TRENDnet SecurView PoE Dome Internet Camera User Manual
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PREFACE

Thank you for purchasing the TV-IP252SecurView PoE Dome Internet Camera, a standalone system that can be connected directly to an Ethernet or Fast Ethernet network.

The camera features the latest Motion JPEG and MPEG-4image technology, advanced management functionality, and GPIO connectors (e.g. connecting to the door sensors or alarm bells), allowing you to record streaming video (Motion JPEG or MPEG- 4 ), enable motion detection, and setup automated FTP/Email/ Network Storage service for security.

The audio function (connected external microphone and audio-outdevice like the active speaker) of the camera allows you to deliver/receive sound to/from the camera. In addition, the superior lens and hardware design enable the camera to capture high quality images even in thelow-luxcondition.

Compared to the conventional PC Camera, the camera features a built-inCPU andWeb-basedsolutions that can provide a costeffective solution to transmit thereal-timehigh-qualityvideo images and sounds synchronously for monitoring. The camera can be managed remotely, so that you can use a Web browser to access and control it from any desktop/notebook computer over the Intranet or Internet.

The simple and versatile installation allows you to integrate it into your network environment easily. With comprehensive applications supported, the camera is your best solution for demanding surveillance and remote monitoring applications.

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This User Guide provides you with the instructions and illustrations on how to use your camera, which includes:

Chapter 1 Introduction to Your Camera describes the features of the camera. You will also know the components and functions of the camera.

Chapter 2 Hardware Installation helps you install the camera according to your application environment. You can use this camera at home, at work, any where you want.

Chapter 3 Accessing the Camera lets you start using your camera without any problems. The camera can be set up easily and work within your network environment instantly.

Chapter 4 Configuring the Camera guides you through the configuration of the camera using the Web browser on your PC.

Chapter 5 Using SecurView™ shows you the detail instructions on operating SecurView™ software.

Appendix Provides the specification of the camera and some useful information for using your camera.

NOTE The illustrations and configuration values in this guide are for reference only. The actual settings depend on your practical application of the camera.

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Contents

PREFACE .........................................................................

1

CHAPTER 1 .....................................................................

5

INTRODUCTION TO YOUR CAMERA ...............

5

1.1

CHECKING THE PACKAGE CONTENTS ...................................

5

1.2

GETTING TO KNOW YOUR CAMERA .....................................

6

1.3

FEATURES AND BENEFITS .....................................................

9

1.4

SYSTEM REQUIREMENT ......................................................

11

CHAPTER 2 ...................................................................

12

HARDWARE INSTALLATION .............................

12

2.1

APPLICATIONS OF THE CAMERA .........................................

12

2.2

INSTALLING THE CAMERA ..................................................

13

CHAPTER 3

17

ACCESSING THE CAMERA.........................................

17

3.1

USING IPSETUP...................................................................

17

3.2

ACCESSING TO THE CAMERA ..............................................

22

3.3

CONFIGURING THE IP ADDRESS OF THE PC........................

26

CHAPTER 4 ...................................................................

27

CONFIGURING THE CAMERA ...........................

27

4.1

USING THE WEB CONFIGURATION......................................

27

4.2

USING SMART WIZARD.......................................................

28

4.3

BASIC SETUP.......................................................................

31

4.4

NETWORK SETTINGS...........................................................

35

4.5

SETTING UP VIDEO & AUDIO ..............................................

41

4.6

EVENT SERVER CONFIGURATION .......................................

46

4.7

MOTION DETECT.................................................................

51

4.8

EVENT CONFIG ...................................................................

52

4.9

TOOLS .................................................................................

58

4.10

INFORMATION .....................................................................

60

CHAPTER 5 ...................................................................

62

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USING SECURVIEW™

62

5.1

Installation

62

5.2

Using Installation

67

Item Features

68

To Add a Camera

72

To Remove a Camera

75

To Link to the Web Page of the Camera

76

To Record Video

77

To Configure the Recording Settings

82

To Playback the Recorded Video

84

To Set Up Motion Detection Options

85

Account

87

Other

87

Information

88

CHAPTER 6

89

APPENDIX .....................................................................

89

A.1

SPECIFICATION...................................................................

89

A.2 GLOSSARY OF TERMS .........................................................

91

LIMITED WARRANTY

101

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CHAPTER1

INTRODUCTIONTOYOUR

CAMERA

1.1 Checking the Package Contents

Check the items contained in the package carefully. You should have the following:

5TV-IP252P

5Power Adapter (12V DC, 1.5A)

5Mounting Kit

5Cat. 5 Ethernet Cable (1.8m / 6ft.)

5GPIO Adapter

5CD-ROM(Utility & User’s Guide)

5Multi-LanguageQuick Installation Guide

NOTE If there is any item damaged or missing, please contact your local authorized dealer for replacement.

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1.2 Getting to Know Your Camera

Physical Components

Dome cover

Connectors

XY

Z[\ ]

zConnectors

X Power: Connects the power adapter to supply power to the camera.

YGPIO: Connects the external device that features additional controlling function, such as motion detection, event triggering, alarm notification, and a variety of external control functions.

Before connecting the external device for GPIO function, you have to attach the provided external GPIO connectors to the device.

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ZMic In: Connects an external microphone to receive theon-the-spotsound where the camera is installed. (Pink Connector)

[Audio Out: Connects an external audio device (such as the active speaker) to deliver sound via the camera. (Green Connector)

\TV Out: The BNC connector is used to connect the composite video input of external video device.

]LAN: Plugs the provided Ethernet cable to connect to

your local area network (LAN). The LAN port of the camera supports the NWay protocol so that the camera can detect the network speed automatically.

Connecting Cables

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Inside Components

Unscrew the four screws to disassemble the Dome cover.

Lens with the adjustable base

LED indicators

Reset button

Link & Power switches

zReset button: Press the button to restart the camera. Press and hold the button for five seconds, the camera will resume the factory default settings.

zLED indicators

-Power indicates the camera is powered on with the steady amber light.

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-Link indicates the camera’s network connectivity with the flashing green light.

zLink & Power switches:

The two switches allow you to turn off the

LED indicators manually.

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