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|Discover IT||7:14am on Monday, November 1st, 2010|
|Do not buy - no after warranty repair available I have a DCS-6620G and DCS-5300G. The finished product almost makes up for the price tag. This device has been out for a while, and a lot of the reviews pointed at a shaky start. But,... Rock Solid Camera Have had this camera for over two years and it has functioned rock solid.|
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|The manual could have been better. It does not give good description or enough examples.|
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|Excellent Wireless Camera Camera is now in operation for two months. Setup was easy (wireless).|
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10x Optical Zoom Internet Camera
D-Link, a leading provider of wired and wireless IP Cameras, introduces a new member of the SECURICAM Network family of Internet Cameras: the DCS-6620G 10x Optical Zoom Internet Camera. Featuring dual codec support, a 10x optical zoom lens, 802.11g wireless connectivity, built-in microphone, and low-light sensitivity, the DCS-6620G is the ultimate remote monitoring solution for your security needs. The DCS-6620G features motorized pan, tilt, and optical/digital zoom, giving you greater remote viewing options. With a 10x optical zoom auto focus/auto iris lens, get greater clarity from your recordings than digital zoom alone. The 10x optical zoom lens delivers the level of detail necessary to identify people, license plate numbers, and other important details that are difcult to clearly view with digital zoom. With support for both Motion JPEG and MPEG-4 recording, the DCS-6620G is well suited for various recording scenarios. Motion JPEG delivers greater le integrity, making it ideal for critical monitoring situations. MPEG-4 video has smaller le sizes, making it more useful for extended recording periods or for use in low bandwidth networks. The DCS-6620G also utilizes D-Links 2-Way Audio feature with its built-in microphone. Attach a speaker to the DCS-6620G and remotely communicate with subjects near the camera. An ideal location to use the 2-Way Audio feature includes point-of-entry areas, where you might want to identify a person before granting access. With the ability to record video in low light settings, the DCS-6620G can provide exceptional nighttime surveillance. Extreme low light sensitivity of.05 Lux enables recording in near total darkness. You can remotely monitor your camera using a web-based interface, or through D-Links IP surveillance software. The web-based interface lets up to 10 simultaneous users to view the live feed from the camera. Using the feature-rich IP surveillance program, monitor and manage up to 16 cameras, set recording schedules, congure motion detection settings, and change settings to multiple cameras. Featuring 802.11g wireless connectivity, the DCS-6620G offers greater installation exibility. Using the freedom of wireless connectivity, install your DCS-6620G in locations without the hassle of running Ethernet cables. The DCS-6620G supports WPA-PSK, TKIP, and WEP for establishing secure connections to your wireless network. Enjoy greater peace of mind with high quality security solutions from the SECURICAM Network series of Internet Cameras. The DCS-6620G offers maximum versatility for all monitoring situations, making it the smart investment for your security needs.
1x - 10x Optical Zoom 2x, 4x, 6x, 8x, 10x Digital Zoom Pan Tilt: 90 45
User-Selectable Compression Codec
Multiple Connectivity Options
802.11g Wireless 10/100 Ethernet
2-Way Audio Support
Built-in Microphone 2.5mm A/V Out
Extreme Low Light Sensitivity
.05 Lux / F1.8 (Low Lux) 1.5 Lux / F1.8 (Typical)
Smooth Video Recording
Up to 30fps at 352x240 Up to 10fps at 704x480
Product Data Sheet
Wireless G Internet Camera Specications Software
Modes of Operation MJPEG MPEG-4 Security 14-Digit Password 20 User Accounts 10 Simultaneous Users Network Protocols TCP/IP 802.3 802.3u DDNS UPnP NTP SMTP FTP HTTP Wireless Security WPA-PSK TKIP 128-bit WEP Encryption
Physical & Environmental
Device Ports 10/100Mbps Fast Ethernet Power External Mic A/V Out Diagnostic LEDs 2 LEDs for POST, Connection, and Heartbeat Power Input External Power Supply 12V DC 1.5A Power Consumption 5.5W (Still) 8.0W (Moving) Dimensions 4.06 (L) x 4.07 (W) x 4.35 (H) Weight 14.4 oz. Temperature Operating: 32 F - 140 F Storage: 22 F - 167 F Humidity (non-condensing) 5% to 95% Emission (EMI) FCC class B CE class B Safety LVD (EN 60950) Warranty 1-Year
Video Resolution Up to 30fps at 352x240 Up to 10fps at 704x480
Maximum wireless signal rate based on IEEE Standard 802.11g specications. Actual data throughput will vary. Network conditions and environmental factors, including volume of network trafc, building materials and construction, and network overhead lower actual data throughput rate.
D-Link Systems, Inc. 17595 Mt Herrmann, Fountain Valley CA, 92708-4160 www.dlink.com 2005 D-Link Corporation/D-Link Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. D-Link, the D-Link logo, and Securicam padlock logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of D-Link Corporation or its subsidiaries in the United States and other countries. Other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. All references to speed are for comparison purposes only. Product specications, size and shape are subject to change without notice, and actual product appearance may differ from that depicted herein. Visit www.dlink.com for more details.
DCS-6620G Users Manual
Table of Contents
Contents of Package....3 Minimum System Requirements...3 Introduction....4 Features and Benets...4 Connections....6 Hardware Installation....9 Installation Wizard....10 Installation Wizard Screen....15 Enabling UPnPTM for Windows XP...18 Installing IP surveillance Software...22 Testing the DCS-6620G....26 Security....27 Using and Conguring the DCS-6620G with a Router.28 Using the DCS-6620G with an Internet Browser...34 Record Snapshots to your FTP server with Motion Detection..65 Using IP surveillance Software...69 Installing IP surveillance Software...69 Launcher....74 Monitor Program...77 Scheduling....102 Playback Program...110 Schedule Video Recording with Motion Detection..125 Appendix....128 Frequently Asked Questions..128 How to PING Your IP Address..131 Reset and Restore...132 External I/O Port...133 Technical Specications..137 Contacting Technical Support...139 Time Zone Table...140 Warranty....142 Registration....145
D-Link Systems, Inc.
D-Link SECURICAM DCS-6620G 802.11g PTZ Internet Camera Remote Control 12V AC Power Adapter A/V Cables 2 Antennas Category 5 Ethernet Cable Camera Stand Quick Installation Guide Installation software and manual on CD If any of the above items are missing, please contact your reseller.
Note: Using a power supply with a different voltage than the one included with the DCS-6620G will cause damage and void the warranty for this product.
Minimum System Requirements
Internet Explorer 6.0 or above CPU: Pentium 4, 2.0GHz plus processor Memory Size: 128MB or above 32MB AGP Video Card
The D-Link SECURICAM Network DCS-6620G 802.11g PTZ (Pan, Tilt, and Zoom) Internet Camera is a full featured surveillance system that connects to an Ethernet, Fast Ethernet wireless or broadband Internet connection to provide remote highquality 2-Way Full Duplex audio, and 10x optical and 10x digital zoom 1 for greater clarity and detail from your recordings. The DCS-6620G is the latest product added to the D-Link SECURICAM Network line. The DCS-6620G 802.11g PTZ Internet Camera differs from a conventional PC Camera because it is a stand-alone system with a built-in CPU and Web server, capable of solving demanding security and home/ofce monitoring needs. The 802.11g PTZ Internet Camera can be accessed remotely, and controlled, from any PC or notebook computer over the Internet from anywhere in the world. Simple installation procedures, along with the built-in Web-based interface offers easy integration to your network environments.
Features and Benets
The SECURICAM Network DCS-6620G 802.11g PTZ Internet Camera is a stand-alone system requiring no special hardware or software such as PC frame grabber cards. For remote viewing, all that is required is a computer with Internet Explorer Web browser (version 6.x or above). Just plug in the camera and monitor the site from your 802.11g PTZ Internet Camera with a valid IP Address.
Motorized Pan and Tilt Operation
The DCS-6620G has a pan and tilt function that can expand your viewing area to cover a wide 270o angle side-to-side and a 90o angle up and down. This can be controlled with a PC from any location or locally using the included infrared remote control.
The DCS-6620G 802.11g PTZ Internet Camera has an internal microphone. However, you have the option of using an external microphone by plugging it into the microphone connector.
Plug the included A/V cable into the A/V out connector to use the DCS-6620G with a television or VCR.
The DCS-6620G provides a terminal block with two pairs of connectors situated on the back panel. One pair is for input and the other is for output. The External I/O Port provides the physical interface to send, and receive, digital signals to a variety of external alarm devices. Please refer to the appendix in this manual for detailed information (page 133).
Socket for stand
Attachment socket for the Camera Stand
Located on the bottom panel of the DCS-6620G, the socket is used to connect the camera stand to the 802.11g PTZ Internet Camera by attaching the screw head on the camera stand to the 802.11g PTZ Internet Camera.
Infrared Remote Control
Included with the DCS-6620G is an infrared remote control. You have the option of controlling the camera via the Pan/Tilt/Zoom Controls using the IP surveillance software, Internet Explorer, or via the infrared remote. To use the remote, make sure that IR Control is enabled on the Camera Control page in the Conguration Menu under Advanced. Please refer to the section titled Using the DCS-6620G with an Internet Browser in this manual for more information.
Arrows Home Zoom In Auto-Pan Auto-Patrol Stop Zoom Out Center
Arrows: Home: Zoom In: Zoom Out: Auto-Patrol: Auto-Pan: Center: Stop:
Use the Up, Down, Left and Right arrows to tilt/navigate the camera lens. Returns the camera lens to the set home position. Zooms in to display a specic area. Zooms out to display a larger area. Enables the Auto-Patrol function. Pans the camera one full cycle. Centers the camera lens. Stops the movement of the camera during pan.
1 Connect the Ethernet Cable
Connect one end of the Ethernet cable to the network cable connector located on the back panel of the DCS-6620G, and attach the other end to a router, switch, or gateway on the network.
If you connect this camera directly to a PC, you will need a cross-over Ethernet cable. If you plug the camera into a hub or router, you will be able to use the cable included with your camera. It is required that an Ethernet cable is used during initial setup. Once your wireless conguration is set, you may disconnect the Ethernet cable and reboot your camera to connect to your wireless network.
Attach the External Power Supply
Attach the external power supply to the DC power input connector located on the backpanel of the DCS-6620G (labeled 12V), and connect it to an AC power outlet. Both the red and green LEDs will ash alternately and only the red LED will remain lit. The green LED will not come on until you have congured your camera.
Primary FTP Passive Mode:
2nd FTP server:
2nd FTP server port: 2nd FTP user name: 2nd FTP password: 2nd FTP remote folder: Secondary FTP Passive Mode:
Invalid settings may cause the DCS-6620G to not respond. Change the conguration settings only if necessary. Consult with your network administrator or your Internet Service Provider (ISP) if you do not have the necessary information. If you cannot connect to the camera, refer to page 132 for camera reset and restore factory settings procedures.
Conguration > Advanced > DDNS & UPnP
Click the DDNS & UPnP button from the Conguration screen to access DDNS & UPnP settings.
Click DDNS & UPnP
Dynamic DNS (DDNS)
Dynamic DNS (Domain Name Service) is a method of keeping a domain name linked to a changing (dynamic) IP address. With most Cable and DSL connections, you are assigned a dynamic IP address and that address is used only for the duration of that specic connection. With the DCS-6620G, you can setup your DDNS service and the DCS-6620G will automatically update your DDNS server every time it receives a different IP address. Depending on the service, this update may take a few hours.
Conguration > Advanced > DDNS & UPnP (continued)
Enable DDNS: Provider: Host name: Username/E-mail: Click to enable the DDNS function. Select your Dynamic DNS provider from the pull down menu. Enter the host name of the DDNS server. Enter your username or e-mail used to connect to the DDNS server. Enter your password or key used to connect to the DDNS server.
UPnP is short for Universal Plug and Play, which is a networking architecture that provides compatibility among networking equipment, software, and peripherals. The DCS-6620G is a UPnP enabled 802.11g PTZ Internet Camera. If your operating system is UPnP enabled, the device will be easier to congure. If you do not want to use the UPnP functionality, it can be disabled by unselecting Enable UPnP.
Conguration > Advanced > Video
Click the Video button from the Conguration screen to access video settings that affect how the video image appears.
Select either for color or monochrome video display Three options exist for the sizes of the video display. You can select between 176x120/176x144, 352x240/352x288, or 704x480/ 401x576. The rst value represents the PAL format of video and the second value represents the NTSC format. In 704x480/401x576 mode, the frame rate will be reduced to 10fps and increased to 30fps automatically when it is switched back to a lower image size. This limits the maximal refresh frame rate, which can be combined with the Video quality control to optimize the bandwidth utilization and video quality. If the User wants to x the bandwidth utilization regardless of the video quality, choose Fix bit rate and select the desired bandwidth. It can be either MJPEG or MPEG4. In MJPEG mode, the video frames are independent. In MPEG4 mode, there are I frames and P frames. To decode a P frame need the information of previous frame. MPEG4 consumes much less network bandwidth than MJPEG.
Maximum frame rate:
Video codec type:
Conguration > Advanced > Video (continued)
Key frame interval: A large Key frame interval value can reduce the bit rate, but if there is a packet loss during transmission, it will cause image corruption. Fix bit rate and Key frame interval are only available in MPEG4 mode. The video quality may be poor due to the sending of maximal frame rate within the limited bandwidth, which is when images are moving rapidly. Consequently, to ensure detailed video quality (quantization rate) regardless of the network, it will utilize more bandwidth to send the maximal frames when images change drastically. To x the bandwidth utilization regardless of the video quality, choose Fix bit rate and select the desired bandwidth. The video quality may be reduced in order to send maximum frames with limited bandwidth, especially when images change drastically. For higher video detail regardless of the bandwidth selection, select Fix quality and select a video quality level. This setting will utilize more bandwidth to send the maximum frames when images change drastically. Vertically rotate the video. Horizontally rotate the video. Check options both if the Network Camera is installed upside down. Check this option to improve efciency in the multi-user environment when running in the low bandwidth environment.
Video quality control:
Flip: Mirror: Improve efciancy in the multi-user environment:
Conguration > Advanced > Audio
Click the Audio/Video button from the Conguration screen to access video settings that affect how the video image appears.
Transmission Mode: Full Duplex (Talk and listen Simultaneously): Half Duplex (Talk or listen, not at the same time): Simplex- Talk only: Simplex- Listen only: Disable:
There are ve options to select. For all the modes, only one client can talk to the server at the same time. In this mode, the User can talk to the server while listening sound from the server simultaneously. In this mode, the User can talk to the server or listen from the server, but not at the same time. In this mode, the User can only talk to the server. In this mode, the User can only listen from the server. In this mode, the audio is disabled in both directions.
Low lux mode: Auto switch to B/W in low lux mode: Enable BLC: BLC sens level: BLC area selection:
Conguration > Advanced > Motion Detection
Click the Motion Detection button from the Conguration screen to access settings that effect how the DCS-6620G PTZ Internet Camera can serve as a security device by recording only when motion is detected.
Click Motion Detection
Conguration > Advanced > Motion Detection (continued)
Enable motion detection: Window Name: Check this option to turn on the motion detection. The text entered here will show at the top of the motion window. Sets the measurable difference between two sequential images that would indicate motion. Sets the amount of motion in the window being monitored that is required to initiate a motion detected alert. If this is set to 100%, this means that motion is detected within the whole window to trigger a snapshot.
Note: Setting a higher sensitivity and a lower percentage will make any motion more easily detected. Click to add a new window. A maximum of three motion New: windows can be opened simultaneously. Use your mouse to drag the window frame to resize or the title bar to move. Clicking on the x at the upper right corner of the window will close the window. Save: Saves the related settings of that window.
To display motion detection, a graphic bar will rise or fall depending on the image variation.
A green bar means the image variation is under the monitoring level, and no motion detection alert is triggered. A red bar means the image variation is over the monitoring level and a motion detected alert is triggered. When the bar goes red, the window that the motion is detected in will also be outlined in red (note: remember that you can have up to 3 windows selected for motion detection). You can return to the DCS-6620G Home Page and the monitored window will not be visible, but the red frame will show on the home page when motion is detected.
Conguration > Advanced > Camera Control
Click the Camera Control button from the Conguration screen to access settings that affect how the DCS-6620G 802.11g PTZ Internet Camera can pan and move to preset locations.
Click Camera Control
Left, Up, Right, Down, & Home: Zoom: Focus:
Iris: Pan Speed: Tilt Speed:
Home aims the camera to the center, where as the other buttons aim the camera accordingly. - controls the zoom widely function, Zoom automatically returns the lens to normal view, + controls the zoom telescopically function. - controls the focus near function, Focus automatically controls the focus normal function, and + controls the focus far function. - sets the aperture smaller, Iris automatically sets the aperture to normal, and + sets the aperture bigger. Select the speed at which the camera will pan for a full cycle from the pull down menu. Select a value between -5 and +5, -5 being the slowest setting. Select the speed at which the camera will tilt for a full cycle from the pull down menu. Select a value between -5 and +5, -5 being the slowest setting. Select the speed at which the camera will zoom for a full cycle from the pull down menu. Select a value between -5 and +5, -5 being the slowest setting. Select the speed at which the camera will pan during auto patrol. Select a value between 1 and 5, 1 being the slowest setting.
Click on the Default button to access the factory setting restoration and camera calibration options from the Tools menu.
Click Apply on the screen to restore factory default settings. This means any changes made will be lost and the system will be reset to the initial status when shipped from the factory. After conrmation, the system will restart and require the Installation Wizard software program to locate the IP address of the DCS-6620G. Click Apply under Calibrate to restore them cameras factory lens position. This means that the camera will be recalibrated to the default center to position to recover from any external forces that may have affected it.
Conguration > Status > Device Info
Click on the Status tab to access Device Info and a Log of DCS-6620G system activity. The Device Info is the default screen when you click on the Status tab.
Click Device Info
The Device Info screen lists the following important settings that are currently set for the DCS-6620G Firmware Version number Mac Address IP Address Subnet Mask Default router address Primary DNS Address Secondary DNS Address
Conguration > Status > Log
Click on the Log button to access a system log of system activity from the Status menu. The content of the log le reveals useful information about the current conguration and connection logged after the DCS-6620G boots up.
Conguration > Help
Click on the Help tab to access descriptions of the particular function you need help with. The help screen is organized in the order of the tabs and then each menu item under that tab.
Record Snapshots to your FTP server with Motion Detection
Administrators can combine options on the application page to perform many useful security tasks. There are two trigger sources available: from an external sensor or with built-in motion detection. There are also two kinds of actions that can respond to these events that include uploading snapshots over the internet and driving attached devices. To upload the snapshots, users can choose either e-mail or FTP according to users needs. Both e-mail and FTP use the network settings on the network page. This section describes how to enable motion detection and record snapshots to an FTP server. If no external sensor is available, administrators can utilize the built-in motion detection to monitor any abnormal movement and then record the snapshots to an FTP or SMTP server. Click the Motion Detection button under the Advanced tab from the Conguration screen to access settings that affect how the DCS-6620G 802.11g PTZ Internet Camera can serve as a security device by recording only when motion is detected.
In this window, follow the steps below to ensure that motion detection is correctly enabled: Check Enable motion detection. Click on New to have a new window to monitor video. Enter in a window name. Adjust the Sensitivity and Percentage levels according to the local environment. The highest sensitivity and lowest percentage provides the most sensitive setting. Percentage refers to the area that is covered by motion before detection is intialized. Click on save to enable the activity display.
Next, click the Mail & FTP button under the Advanced tab to set the FTP server settings for the DCS-6620G.
In this window, enter the settings for the FTP server you wish to record to. Optionally, you can enter settings for a secondary backup FTP server. 1 Local FTP server port: The Default port is 21. To connect to an FTP server, it is recommended that you do not change the port number unless your camera is behind a router. If your camera is behind a router, you can assign any port number to this eld, but you must enable port forwarding on the router. Please refer to your router manual for more information on port forwarding.
2 1st FTP server:
If you are going to upload snapshots to an FTP server, you will need to ll in the Domain name or IP address of your external FTP server such as ftp://dlink.com or ftp://126.96.36.199. (The server name and IP address will vary depending on the user.) The following user settings must be correctly congured for remote access.
3 1st FTP user name: 4 1st FTP password:
Specify the user name to access the external FTP server (ex. John Smith). Specify the password to access the external FTP server (ex. 12345). Specify the destination folder in the external FTP server (ex. snapshot). Passive mode will allow access to an external FTP server if your camera is behind a router protected by a rewall. Specify the Domain name or IP address of your second external FTP server. This eld is optional if you have already lled in the information for the rst FTP server. Specify the user name to access your backup FTP server. Specify the user password to your backup FTP server. Specify the destination folder on your external backup FTP server. Passive mode will allow access to a second external FTP server if your camera is behind a router protected by a rewall.
1st FTP remote folder:
6 Primary FTP passive mode: 2nd FTP server:
2nd FTP user name:
2nd FTP password: 2nd FTP remote folder:
Secondary FTP passive mode:
For detailed information about each setting, please refer to Conguration > Advanced > Network in the section titled Using the DCS-6620G With an Internet Browser (page 34). Click the apply button when nished.
Next, click the Applications button under the Tools tab to set the application settings for the DCS-6620G.
Misc. functions: These include application exit, minimization, full screen monitoring, lock, stop alert, and conguration menu for camera congurations, global settings, scheduler settings and the user information of this application software. The tips about these operations are provided on-line when you move the mouse cursor over them. Channel area This area displays the status of each video channel. The information indicates the status of connection, recording, selection, and alert-event trigger. Video area In this area, you can see the video of the selected channel in the display frame. The number of the display frames in the video area depends on the layout chosen by the user. You can also use convenient controls to alter the video display.
Monitor Program (continued)
Layout area You can change the monitoring layout in this area. There are six kinds of layouts: 1, 4, 6, 9, 13, or 16 video display frames in the video area. Hard disk status In this area, you can get the status of the hard disk in which the video database resides in. The status reminds you to arrange the available storage size of the recorded video database. Common control area This area includes volume control, manual recording, video printing, snapshot, and trash can to remove video from display frames. PTZ control This tool allows you to pan, tilt, optical and digital zoom, auto patrol, and move the camera to a preset position. DI/DO control This tool receives the digital input signal and sends digital output signal to the remote Video Server/ 802.11g PTZ Internet Camera series product associated with the dedicated video channel. Alert Message This tool will display the latest alert messages received by the remote 802.11g PTZ Internet Camera series product associated with the selected video channel.
You need to login the rst time when you start the Launcher. The authentication window is shown below. If you do not have an account, the monitor tool will not execute. You must log in as admin (administrator) to use this application. Enter the password for the administrator.
The Admin Privilege
In the monitor tool system, the admin privilege has the right to access the DCS-6620G 802.11g PTZ Internet Camera through this application software and change the local settings as well. But the admin privilege is not the same as the admin privilege as the 802.11g PTZ Internet Camera. You can change the settings of each selected 802.11g PTZ Internet Camera in the remote site only if you have the admin privilege of the 802.11g PTZ Internet Camera. If you have the admin privilege, you have the right to do the following items:
Run the conguration tool Change the recording schedule Change the local settings
Alert and Recording Settings
Alert Settings: Specic alert actions can be performed by setting the options in this window.
Enable motion detect This will trigger an alert sound that has been specied in the section titled Global Settings \ Alert Sound. Check this option for this video channel to enable audio alert. Enable digital input This function is similar with Enable Motion Detect mentioned above. Once this option has been checked, a digital input device will be able to trigger an alert sound and recording. Digital input alert This application software provides options for you to dene the triggering criteria for the digital input of the DCS-6620G. The alert of the digital input can be dened as high-level triggered or low-level triggered.
Record # secs. before event Once the automatic video recording has been activated, you can apply this setting to regulate the time for recording the triggered event. Recording will start from the limited time before the alert event has been invoked. Record # secs. after event Recording will last for the limited time after the alert event has been invoked. Media Type You can specify which media type you want to record, Video, Audio, or both.
Changing the Camera Order in the List
You can apply drag and drop in the grid area of the camera list to change the sequence of the connected Internet Cameras, which is shown below. This will enable you to rearrange the camera order of your choice. Once the camera is moved to a specied location, the proceeding cameras will then move 1 position up or 1 position down depending on which direction the selected camera was moved. Step 1: Step 2:
Press the left mouse button at the gray index eld.
Move the mouse to your new selected location and release the mouse button. Then Video 1 will be moved (to the 12th row in this example).
Once you click the Save button in the left-bottom corner of this window, the changes for all camera congurations will be saved and will validate immediately in the IP surveillance. NOTE: If you change the remote settings of the Internet cameras in the right webpage of this window, you need to apply the SAVE button in each corresponding page in order to save the settings to the cameras. There are different SAVE buttons for changing the settings of the local IP surveillance system and the remote Video Server/802.11g PTZ Internet Camera series product respectively.
Monitor Program (continued) Global Settings
By choosing About, located in the conguration menu shown below, a dialog box will appear and display the information about the installed version of IP surveillance. The information includes the software name, version, user name, and company.
Full Screen Quit Minimize Stop Alert Sound Conguration Menu
This section will describe some other miscellaneous functions of the icons shown above. These functions are: Quit By clicking this button, IP surveillance will be closed with the latest settings saved. Minimize Minimize the Monitor application.
Full Screen With this function, you can enlarge the selected video channel to a full-screen display. Press the ESC key on the keyboard or double-click the mouse on the screen to return to a regular display.
Stop Alert Sound If an alert is triggered, the alert sound will start to play. After being informed of the situation, you can press this button to stop the alert sound. It will also switch the I\O Control to the Alert Message Receiver, so that the alert messages can be reviewed.
Conguration Menu The menu includes Camera Conguration, Global Settings, Scheduler, and About options.
Common Control Functions
Stop Record Volume Record Print Trash can Snapshot
This section will describe the common control functions, shown above, which are depicted by the small icons. These functions only apply to the currently selected channel. These functions are: Volume Control Click on this button to adjust your volume settings.
Record By clicking on this button, you can record video of the selected channel manually. Stop After video recording has been activated, this button allows you to manually stop recording of the selected video channel.
Snapshot This button will take a snapshot of the selected video channel and save the picture as a bitmap le to the hard disk. You can set the directory for storing these bitmap les at the Conguration menu > Global Settings screen. Please refer to the section titled Global Settings for more details.
Printer Click on the printer icon to print the current image to your default printer.
Trashcan You can drag and drop the video channel to the Trashcan to close the video connection with the DCS-6620G.
Local time Software name
Current login user
The scheduler allows the user to schedule recordings from the selected video channel of the DCS-6620G. Through both the graphic user interface and time period selection options, you will be able to easily regulate a schedule for each video channel. The main features of the scheduler are:
Area Selection Indicator
Display Area Pull Bar Area
Status Area Histogram Area
Playback Program (continued)
When you successfully log in to the playback system, the main window will be shown on the top of the screen and the display resolution will be changed to 1024x768 automatically (see previous page). There are four main areas , i.e. display area, histogram area, control area, and status area. There are also three visualized controls , i.e. area selection indicator, frame selection indicator, and pull bar. These features provide much more convenience while searching recorded video in the IP surveillance database.
Main Areas Display Area
The display area is able to show the surveillance database of each camera by time. You can change the video size through the display adjustment tool and the playback method through the play control tool. Under the normal display mode as shown in the gure below, you can just double click on the frame area to change the frame size to 1:1 or 2.25:1.
Display adjustment tool
The histogram is an interactive control. Not only can you get the events location in time domain and its quantity of the motion percentage, but you can also select a group of events or a period from the event histogram area and show it on the display area.
The control area contains almost all the control selectors and toolboxes you need to browse the database. These control tools include location selector, period selector, playback method selector, jog dial, display adjustment tool, searching range adjustment tool, exporting tool, and system control tool. These tools are discussed in more detail in the section titled Using Tools.
The status area is located at the bottom of the main window. It tells you the program status information including display mode, display size, display speed, exporting le format, and exporting le name.
Indicators Area Selection Indicator
In the main playback window, the display area is surrounded by a blue rectangle. This rectangle is the area selection indicator. This indicator can be set to either display area or histogram area, as long as you move your mouse cursor to the area you intend to select. When you select the display area, the display adjustment tool will appear in the control area. If you select the histogram area, the display adjustment tool will disappear and the searching range adjustment tool will be shown in the same place of the control area.
The pull bar is a fast, exible control for seeking data in the selected time period. It represents the total length of time in that period. You can pull the indicator on the pull bar to the specic time-point you would like to view. The displaying video will halt and then restart, playing the video sequence from the point you selected. If the video sequence has been paused, the display area will show the point you selected without playing. Note that the pull bar will only function under the normal display mode.
When you click on the Full Range button, you will get the same functionality as when you change the playback method selector to Full Range.
System Control Toolbox
The system control toolbox provides some basic operations for the playback program. The gure below shows the three elements of the system control toolbox, i.e. Lock Window, Settings, Minimize, and Exit.
If you are away from your computer, for security reasons, we recommend that you to close the playback program or you can just click on the Lock Window button to lock the main window. Once you click this button, the main window will be hidden and the login dialog will appear. To return to the main window, you need to re-enter the admins password again.
The settings dialog will pop up when you click the Settings button. For more information about setting this program, please refer to the section titled Settings.
Click this button in order to minimize the playback program window.
The playback program will be closed immediately when you click on the Exit button.
Schedule Video Recording with Motion Detection
To schedule video recording with motion detection, you must rst enable motion detection on the 802.11g PTZ Internet Camera. Click the Motion Detection button under the Advanced tab from the Conguration screen to access settings that affect how the DCS-6620G 802.11g PTZ Internet Camera can serve as a security device by recording only when motion is detected. Note: These settings can be congured in your Web browser and while logged into the IP surveillance Program.
In this window, follow the steps below to ensure that motion detection is correctly enabled: Check Enable motion detection. Click on New to have a new window to monitor video. Enter in a window name. Adjust the Sensitivity and Percentage levels according to the local environment. The highest sensitivity and lowest percentage provides the most sensitive setting. After adding the motion window, click on save to enable the activity display. You can add up to 3 motion windows to trigger recording.
For detailed information about each setting, please refer to Conguration > Advanced > Motion Detection in the section titled Using the DCS-6620G With an Internet Browser (page 52). Next, run the IP surveillance program. Click on the Congurations button and select Scheduler.
In the Primary Schedule you can choose either Once (for one time recording) or Every Day (for scheduled recording). For example, if you would like to record events every day during a certain time frame, click on the beginning time and drag your mouse to the ending time. Schedule recording can be congured by minutes, hours, days, weeks, or months. The Secondary Schedule allows you to set a schedule outside the Primary Schedule. The Secondary Schedule provides two options to record without a specied date or time. You can select Event Mode, which will record whenever an event is triggered, or Continuous Mode, which will begin continuously after scheduling settings are saved. You do not need to set the Secondary Schedule with the Primary Schedule. To schedule video recording with motion detection, you can use either the Primary Schedule or Secondary Schedule, or both.
Reset and Restore
There is a button hidden in the pinhole beside the Ethernet socket. It is used to reset the system or restore the factory default settings. Sometimes resetting the DCS-6620G will return the system back to a normal state. If the system still has problems after reset, restore the factory settings and install again: RESET: 1. Lightly insert a paper clip (or a similar sized tool) into the reset hole on the back of the camera, press lightly and then release the button. The LED on the front of the camera will begin blinking red and green. When the LED stops the blinking the reset has completed. Insert the paperclip or other tool and press on the button continuously. Wait for the LED on the front of the camera to blink red and green and hold the button for 10 seconds. Withdraw the tool after the second cycle of the LED blinking and a factory restore has been completed.
2. 3. RESTORE: 1. 2. 3.
Restoring the factory defaults will result in the loss of any previous settings and will require running the Installation Wizard to return the DCS-6620G to a normal state.
External I/O Port Denition for the 802.11g PTZ Internet Camera
The DCS-6620G provides a general I/O terminal block with one digital input and one relay switch for device control. Pin 1 and pin 2 can be connected to an external sensor and the state of voltage will be monitored from the initial state LOW. The relay switch of pin 3 and pin 4 can be used to turn on or off the external device. The I/O connector provides the physical interface for digital output (DO) and digital input (DI) that is used for connecting a diversity of external alarm devices to the 802.11g PTZ Internet Camera such as IR-Sensors and alarm relays.
The digital input is used for connecting external alarm devices and once triggered images will be taken and e-mailed.
I/O Terminal Block:
1 DI+ 2 DI3 SW_COMMON 4 SW_NOPEN
INPUT (Max. 50mA, 12VDC) INPUT (Initial state of DI is low) OUTPUT (open from SW_OPEN at initial state) (close with SW_OPEN when set DO to ON) OUTPUT (Max. 1A, 24VDC or 0.5A, 125VAC)
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