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Hikvision DS-2TD2166-15-V1, DS-2TD2166-25-V1, DS-2TD2166-35-V1, DS-2TD2166-7-V1, DS-2TD2836-25-V1 User Manual

Thermal & Optical Bi-spectrum Network

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Thermal & Optical Bi-spectrum Network Camera User Manual

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PRODUCTION OF CHEMICAL OR BIOLOGICAL WEAPONS, ANY ACTIVITIES IN THE CONTEXT RELATED TO ANY NUCLEAR EXPLOSIVE OR UNSAFE NUCLEAR FUEL-CYCLE, OR IN SUPPORT OF HUMAN RIGHTS ABUSES.

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Symbol Conventions

The symbols that may be found in this document are defined as follows.

 

Symbol

 

Description

 

 

 

 

 

Danger

 

Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will or could

 

 

result in death or serious injury.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided,

 

Caution

 

could result in equipment damage, data loss, performance

 

 

 

degradation, or unexpected results.

 

 

 

 

 

Note

 

Provides additional information to emphasize or supplement

 

 

important points of the main text.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Safety Instruction

These instructions are intended to ensure that user can use the product correctly to avoid danger or property loss.

Laws and Regulations

● Use of the product must be in strict compliance with the local electrical safety regulations.

Transportation

Keep the device in original or similar packaging while transporting it.

Keep all wrappers after unpacking them for future use. In case of any failure occurred, you need to return the device to the factory with the original wrapper. Transportation without the original wrapper may result in damage on the device and the company shall not take any responsibilities.

Do not drop the product or subject it to physical shock. Keep the device away from magnetic interference.

Power Supply

Please purchase the charger by yourself. Input voltage should meet the Limited Power Source (12 VDC, 24 VAC, or PoE(802.3af)) according to the IEC61010-1 standard. Please refer to technical specifications for detailed information.

Make sure the plug is properly connected to the power socket.

DO NOT connect multiple devices to one power adapter, to avoid over-heating or fire hazards caused by overload.

Battery

Improper use or replacement of the battery may result in explosion hazard. Replace with the same or equivalent type only. Dispose of used batteries in conformance with the instructions provided by the battery manufacturer.

The built-in battery cannot be dismantled. Please contact the manufacture for repair if necessary.

For long-term storage of the battery, make sure it is fully charged every half year to ensure the battery quality. Otherwise, damage may occur.

Maintenance

If the product does not work properly, please contact your dealer or the nearest service center. We shall not assume any responsibility for problems caused by unauthorized repair or maintenance.

A few device components (e.g., electrolytic capacitor) require regular replacement. The average lifespan varies, so periodic checking is recommended. Contact your dealer for details.

Wipe the device gently with a clean cloth and a small quantity of ethanol, if necessary.

If the equipment is used in a manner not specified by the manufacturer, the protection provided by the device may be impaired.

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Using Environment

Make sure the running environment meets the requirement of the device. The operating temperature shall be -40°C to 65°C (-40°F to 149°F), and the operating humidity shall be 95% or less, no condensing.

DO NOT expose the device to high electromagnetic radiation or dusty environments.

DO NOT aim the lens at the sun or any other bright light.

Emergency

If smoke, odor, or noise arises from the device, immediately turn off the power, unplug the power cable, and contact the service center.

Manufacture Address

No.555 Qianmo Road, Binjiang District, Hangzhou 310052, China

Hangzhou Hikvision Digital Technology Co.,Ltd

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Contents

 

Chapter 1 Overview....................................................................................................................

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1.1 Brief Description....................................................................................................................

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1.2 Function .................................................................................................................................

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Chapter 2 Device Activation and Accessing .................................................................................

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2.1 Activate the Device via SADP................................................................................................

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2.2 Activate the Device via Browser...........................................................................................

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2.3 Login.......................................................................................................................................

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2.3.1 Install Plug-in..............................................................................................................

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2.3.2 Illegal Login Lock ........................................................................................................

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Chapter 3 Temperature Measurement........................................................................................

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3.1 Notice.....................................................................................................................................

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3.2 Automatic Thermography.....................................................................................................

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3.2.1 Set Thermography Parameters..................................................................................

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3.2.2 Set Normal Mode .......................................................................................................

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3.2.3 Set Expert Mode.........................................................................................................

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3.2.4 Set Thermography Rule..............................................................................................

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3.2.5 Point Thermography ..................................................................................................

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3.2.6 Line Thermography ....................................................................................................

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3.2.7 Area Thermography .................................................................................................

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3.2.8 Set Shielded Region..................................................................................................

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3.3 Manual Thermography........................................................................................................

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3.4 Measure Body Temperature...............................................................................................

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Chapter 4 Body Thermography .................................................................................................

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4.1 Set Body Thermography Parameters..................................................................................

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4.2 Set Body Thermography......................................................................................................

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4.2.1 Measure Body Temperature in Thermal Channel...................................................

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4.2.1 Measure Face Temperature in Optical Channel......................................................

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Chapter 5 Event and Alarm.......................................................................................................

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5.1 Set Motion Detection..........................................................................................................

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5.1.1 Normal Mode ...........................................................................................................

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5.1.2 Expert Mode .............................................................................................................

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5.2 Set Video Tampering Alarm ................................................................................................

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5.3 Set Alarm Input....................................................................................................................

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5.4 Set Exception Alarm ............................................................................................................

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5.5 Detect Audio Exception.......................................................................................................

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Chapter 6 Arming Schedule and Alarm Linkage .........................................................................

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6.1 Set Arming Schedule ...........................................................................................................

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6.2 Linkage Method Settings.....................................................................................................

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6.2.1 Trigger Alarm Output ...............................................................................................

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6.2.2 FTP/NAS/Memory Card Uploading .........................................................................

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6.2.3 Send Email ................................................................................................................

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6.2.4 Notify Surveillance Center .......................................................................................

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6.2.5 Trigger Recording .....................................................................................................

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6.2.6 Set Audible Alarm Output........................................................................................

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6.2.7 Set Flashing Alarm Light Output ..............................................................................

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Chapter 7 Live View..................................................................................................................

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7.1 Live View Parameters..........................................................................................................

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7.1.1 Window Division ......................................................................................................

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7.1.2 Live View Stream Type.............................................................................................

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7.1.3 Enable and Disable Live View ..................................................................................

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7.1.4 Start Digital Zoom ....................................................................................................

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7.1.5 View Previous/Next Page ........................................................................................

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7.1.6 Full Screen.................................................................................................................

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7.1.7 Light ..........................................................................................................................

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7.1.8 Wiper ........................................................................................................................

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7.1.9 Lens Initialization .....................................................................................................

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7.1.10 Auxiliary Focus........................................................................................................

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7.1.11 Quick Set Live View ................................................................................................

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7.1.12 Lens Parameters Adjustment.................................................................................

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7.2 Set Transmission Parameters..............................................................................................

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Chapter 8 Video and Audio.......................................................................................................

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8.1 Video Settings......................................................................................................................

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8.1.1 Stream Type..............................................................................................................

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8.1.2 Video Type................................................................................................................

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8.1.3 Resolution.................................................................................................................

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8.1.4 Bitrate Type and Max. Bitrate .................................................................................

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8.1.5 Video Quality............................................................................................................

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8.1.6 Frame Rate ...............................................................................................................

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8.1.7 Video Encoding.........................................................................................................

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8.1.8 Smoothing.................................................................................................................

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8.1.9 Display VCA Info .......................................................................................................

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8.1.10 Audio Settings ........................................................................................................

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8.1.11 Two-way Audio.......................................................................................................

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8.1.12 Set ROI ....................................................................................................................

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8.2 Display Settings ...................................................................................................................

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8.2.1 Image Adjustment....................................................................................................

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8.2.2 Image Adjustment (Thermal Channel) ....................................................................

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8.2.3 Exposure Settings .....................................................................................................

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8.2.4 Day/Night Switch .....................................................................................................

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8.2.5 Set Supplement Light ...............................................................................................

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8.2.6 BLC ............................................................................................................................

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8.2.7 WDR ..........................................................................................................................

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8.2.8 White Balance ..........................................................................................................

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8.2.9 DNR ...........................................................................................................................

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8.2.10 Set Palette ..............................................................................................................

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8.2.11 Set Target Color......................................................................................................

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8.2.13 DDE .........................................................................................................................

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8.2.14 Brightness Sudden Change ....................................................................................

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8.2.15 Enhance Regional Image ........................................................................................

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8.2.16 Mirror......................................................................................................................

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8.2.17 Video Standard.......................................................................................................

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8.2.18 Digital Zoom ...........................................................................................................

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8.3 OSD ......................................................................................................................................

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8.4 Set Privacy Mask..................................................................................................................

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8.5 Overlay Picture ....................................................................................................................

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8.6 Set Manual DPC (Defective Pixel Correction).....................................................................

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8.7 Set Picture in Picture...........................................................................................................

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Chapter 9 Video Recording and Picture Capture........................................................................

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9.1 Storage Settings...................................................................................................................

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9.1.1 Set Memory Card......................................................................................................

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9.1.2 Set NAS .....................................................................................................................

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9.1.3 Set FTP ......................................................................................................................

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9.1.4 Set Cloud Storage .....................................................................................................

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9.2 Video Recording ..................................................................................................................

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9.2.1 Record Automatically...............................................................................................

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9.2.2 Record Manually ......................................................................................................

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9.2.3 Playback and Download Video ................................................................................

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9.3 Capture Configuration.........................................................................................................

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9.3.1 Capture Automatically .............................................................................................

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9.3.2 Capture Manually.....................................................................................................

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9.3.3 View and Download Picture ....................................................................................

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Chapter 10 Network Settings....................................................................................................

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10.1 TCP/IP ................................................................................................................................

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10.1.1 Multicast Discovery................................................................................................

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10.2 Port ....................................................................................................................................

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10.3 Port Mapping.....................................................................................................................

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10.3.1 Set Auto Port Mapping ..........................................................................................

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10.3.2 Set Manual Port Mapping......................................................................................

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10.4 Multicast............................................................................................................................

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10.5 SNMP .................................................................................................................................

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10.6 Access to Device via Domain Name..................................................................................

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10.7 Access to Device via PPPoE Dial Up Connection ..............................................................

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10.8 Enable Hik-Connect Service on Camera............................................................................

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10.8.1 Enable Hik-Connect Service via Web Browser ......................................................

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10.8.2 Enable Hik-Connect Service via SADP Software....................................................

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10.8.3 Access Camera via Hik-Connect.............................................................................

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10.9 Set ISUP..............................................................................................................................

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10.10 Set ONVIF.........................................................................................................................

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10.11 Set HTTP Listening...........................................................................................................

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Chapter 11 System and Security ...............................................................................................

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11.1 View Device Information ..................................................................................................

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11.2 Search and Manage Log ....................................................................................................

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11.3 Import and Export Configuration File...............................................................................

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11.4 Export Diagnose Information............................................................................................

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11.5 Reboot ...............................................................................................................................

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11.6 Restore and Default ..........................................................................................................

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11.7 Upgrade .............................................................................................................................

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11.8 View Open Source Software License ................................................................................

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11.9 Time and Date ...................................................................................................................

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11.9.1 Synchronize Time Manually...................................................................................

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11.9.2 Set NTP Server ........................................................................................................

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11.9.3 Set DST....................................................................................................................

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11.10 Set RS-232........................................................................................................................

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11.11 Set RS-485........................................................................................................................

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11.12 Set Same Unit ..................................................................................................................

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11.13 Security ............................................................................................................................

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11.13.1 Authentication .....................................................................................................

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11.13.2 Security Audit Log ................................................................................................

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11.13.3 Set IP Address Filter .............................................................................................

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11.13.4 Set SSH..................................................................................................................

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11.13.5 Set HTTPS..............................................................................................................

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11.13.6 Set QoS .................................................................................................................

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11.13.7 Set IEEE 802.1X .....................................................................................................

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11.14 User and Account ............................................................................................................

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11.14.1 Set User Account and Permission........................................................................

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Chapter 12 Appendix................................................................................................................

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12.1 Common Material Emissivity Reference ..........................................................................

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12.2 Device Command...............................................................................................................

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12.3 Device Communication Matrix .........................................................................................

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Chapter 1 Overview

1.1 Brief Description

Thermal & Optical Bi-spectrum network camera equipped with built-in GPU which supports intelligent behavior analysis algorithm, can realize high-precision VCA detection and real-time alarm. It is applied to perimeter defense and fire-prevention purposes in critical infrastructures such as community, villa, construction site, factory, 4S stores, and so on. The pre-alarm system helps you discover unexpected events immediately and protects your property.

1.2 Function

This section introduces main functions of the device.

Body Thermography

Device can measure the human body temperature or face temperature. The device alarms when temperature exceeds the alarm threshold.

Temperature Measurement

Device can measure the actual temperature of the spot being monitored. The device alarms when temperature exceeds the temperature threshold value.

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Chapter 2 Device Activation and Accessing

To protect the security and privacy of the user account and data, you should set a login password to activate the device when access the device via network.

Note

Refer to the user manual of the software client for the detailed information about the client software activation.

2.1 Activate the Device via SADP

Search and activate the online devices via SADP software.

Before You Start

Access www.hikvision.com to get SADP software to install.

Steps

1.Connect the device to network using the network cable.

2.Run SADP software to search the online devices.

3.Check Device Status from the device list, and select Inactive device.

4.Create and input the new password in the password field, and confirm the password.

Caution

We highly recommend you create a strong password of your own choosing (using a minimum of 8 characters, including upper case letters, lower case letters, numbers, and special characters) in order to increase the security of your product. And we recommend you reset your password regularly, especially in the high security system, resetting the password monthly or weekly can better protect your product.

5.Click OK.

Device Status changes into Active.

6.Optional: Change the network parameters of the device in Modify Network Parameters.

2.2 Activate the Device via Browser

You can access and activate the device via the browser.

Steps

1.Connect the device to the PC using the network cables.

2.Change the IP address of the PC and device to the same segment.

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Note

The default IP address of the device is 192.168.1.64. You can set the IP address of the PC from 192.168.1.2 to 192.168.1.253 (except 192.168.1.64). For example, you can set the IP address of the PC to 192.168.1.100.

3.Input 192.168.1.64 in the browser.

4.Set device activation password.

Caution

We highly recommend you create a strong password of your own choosing (using a minimum of 8 characters, including at least three of the following categories: upper case letters, lower case letters, numbers, and special characters) in order to increase the security of your product. And we recommend you reset your password regularly, especially in the high security system, resetting the password monthly or weekly can better protect your product.

5.Click OK.

6.Input the activation password to log in to the device.

7.Optional: Go to Configuration Network Basic TCP/IP to change the IP address of the device to the same segment of your network.

2.3 Login

Log in to the device via Web browser.

2.3.1 Install Plug-in

You can access the device by installing plug-in.

Steps

1.Input IP address of the device in web browser and the login window will pop up.

2.Install the plug-in according to the prompt.

3.Open the web browser again and input IP address of the device.

4.Input user name and password, and click Login.

Help

Get online help document of the device.

Logout

You can exit safely.

2.3.2 Illegal Login Lock

It helps to improve the security when accessing the device via Internet.

The admin user can set the login attempts with the wrong password. When your login attempts

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with the wrong password reach the set times, the device is locked.

Go to Configuration System Security Security Service, and enable Enable Illegal Login Lock, and set the illegal login attempts.

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Chapter 3 Temperature Measurement

When you enable this function, the device measures the actual temperature of the scene. It alarms when temperature exceeds the temperature threshold value.

3.1 Notice

This part introduces the notices of configuring temperature measurement function.

The target surface should be as vertical to the optical axis as possible. It is recommended that the angle of oblique image plane should be less than 45°.

The target image pixels should be more than 5 × 5.

If multiple presets will be taken for temperature measurement, it is recommended to set the patrol time above 20 s.

Please select line thermography or area thermography for a certain area temperature measurement. The point thermography is not recommended in case of deviation occurred during device movement to affect the accuracy of temperature measurement.

3.2 Automatic Thermography

Configure the temperature measurement parameters and temperature measurement rules. The device can measure the actual temperature and output alarms when temperature exceeds the alarm threshold value.

3.2.1 Set Thermography Parameters

Configure the parameters of temperature measurement.

Before You Start

Go to Configuration System Maintenance VCA Resource Type, select Temperature Measurement.

Steps

1. Go to Configuration Local, enable Display Temperature Info. .

Display Temperature Info.

Select Yes to display temperature information on live view.

Enable Rules to display the rules information on live view.

2.Click Save.

3.Go to Configuration Temperature Measurement Basic Settings to configure parameters.

Enable Temperature Measurement

Check to enable temperature measurement function.

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Enable Color-Temperature

Check to display Temperature-Color Ruler in live view.

Display Temperature Info. on Stream

Check to display temperature information on the stream.

Display Temperature in Optical Channel

Check to display thermal channel temperature information in the optical channel.

Display Max./Min./Average Temperature

Check to display maximum/minimum/average temperature information on liveview when the temperature measurement rule is line or area.

Position of Thermometry Info

Select the position of temperature information showed on the live view.

Near Target: display the information beside the temperature measurement rule.

Top Left: display the information on the top left of screen.

Add Original Data on Capture

Check to add data on alarm triggered capture of thermal channel.

Add Original Data on Stream

Check to add original data on thermal view.

Data Refresh Interval

It means the refresh interval of temperature information.

Unit

Display temperature with Degree Celsius (°C)/Degree Fahrenheit (°F)/Degree Kelvin (K).

Temperature Range

Select the temperature measurement range.

Version

View the version of current algorithm.

4. Click Save.

3.2.2 Set Normal Mode

This function is used to measure the temperature of the whole scene and alarm.

Steps

1.Go to Configuration Temperature Measurement Basic Settings, and check Enable Temperature Measurement.

2.Refer to Set Thermography Parameters to set the parameters.

3.Go to Configuration Temperature Measurement Advanced Settings, and select Normal.

4.Configure the parameters of normal mode.

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Emissivity

Set the emissivity of your target. The emissivity of each object is different.

Distance

The distance between the target and the device.

Pre-Alarm Threshold

When the temperature of target exceeds the pre-alarm threshold, and this status keeps more than Filtering Time, it triggers pre-alarm.

Alarm Threshold

When the temperature of target exceeds the alarm threshold, and this status keeps more than Filtering Time, it triggers alarm.

Pre-Alarm Output and Alarm Output

Check Pre-Alarm Output and Alarm Output to link the pre-alarm or alarm with the connected alarm device.

5.Refer to Set Arming Schedule for setting scheduled time. Refer to Linkage Method Settings for setting linkage method.

6.Click Save.

The maximum and minimum temperature will be displayed on the live view.

Note

Go to Image VCA Rules Display to adjust the fonts size and the temperature colour of normal, alarm and pre-alarm.

3.2.3 Set Expert Mode

Select the temperature measurement rules from Point, Line, or Area and configure parameters, the device alarms if the alarm rules are met.

Steps

1.Go to Configuration Temperature Measurement Basic Settings, check Enable Temperature Measurement.

2.Refer to Set Thermography Parameters to set the parameters.

3.Go to Configuration Temperature Measurement Advanced Settings, select Expert.

4.Select and enable the temperature measurement rules. Please refer to Set Thermography Rule for setting the rule.

5.Optional: Click Area's Temperature Comparison to set the alarm rules and the temperature.

6.Refer to Set Arming Schedule for setting scheduled time. Refer to Linkage Method Settings for setting linkage method.

7.Click Save.

The maximum temperature and thermography rules will be displayed on the liveview.

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Note

Go to Image VCA Rules Display to adjust the fonts size and the temperature colour of normal, alarm and pre-alarm.

3.2.4 Set Thermography Rule

Steps

1.Customize the rule name.

2.Select the rule type to Point, Line, or Area. Then draw a point, line, or area on the interface where the position to be measured.

Point

Please refer to Point Thermographyfor detailed configuration.

Line

Please refer to Line Thermographyfor detailed configuration.

Area

Please refer to Area Thermographyfor detailed configuration.

3. Configure the temperature measurement parameters.

Emissivity

Set the emissivity of the target. The emissivity of the surface of a material is its effectiveness in emitting energy as thermal radiation. Different objects have different emissivity. Refer to

Common Material Emissivity Reference to search for the target emissivity..

Distance

The distance between the target and the device.

Reflective Temperature

If there is any object with high emissivity in the scene, check and set the reflective temperature to correct the temperature. The reflective temperature should be set the same as the temperature of the high emissivity object.

4. Click and set the Alarm Rule.

Alarm Temperature and Pre-Alarm Temperature

Set the alarm temperature and pre-alarm temperature. E.g., select Alarm Rule as Above (Average Temperature), set the Pre-Alarm Temperature to 50 °C, and set the Alarm Temperature to 55 °C. The device pre-alarms when its average temperature is higher than 50 °C and alarms when its average temperature is higher than 55 °C.

Filtering Time

It refers to the duration time after the target temperature reaches or exceeds the pre-alarm temperature/alarm temperature.

Tolerance Temperature

Set the tolerance temperature to prevent the constant temperature change to affect the

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alarm. E.g., set tolerance temperature as 3°C, set alarm temperature as 55°C, and set pre-alarm temperature as 50°C. The device sends pre-alarm when its temperature reaches 50°C and it alarms when its temperature reaches 55°C and only when the device temperature is lower than 52°C will the alarm be cancelled.

Pre-Alarm Output and Alarm Output

When the temperature of target exceeds the pre-alarm or alarm threshold, it triggers the pre-alarm or alarm output of the connected device.

Area's Temperature Comparison

Select two areas and set the comparison rule, and set the temperature difference threshold. The device alarms when the temperature difference meets the setting value.

5.You can shield certain area from being detected. Refer to Set Shielded Region for detailed settings.

6.Click Save.

Click Live View, and select thermal channel to view the temperature and rules information on live view.

3.2.5 Point Thermography

Configure the temperature measurement rule and click any point in live view to monitor the temperature.

Steps

1.Click in the live view and a cross cursor showed on the interface.

2.Drag the cross cursor to desired position.

Go to Live View interface to view the temperature and rule of the point in thermal channel.

3.2.6 Line Thermography

Configure the temperature measurement rule and monitor the maximum temperature of the line.

Steps

1.Click and drag the mouse to draw a line in the live view interface.

2.Click and move the line to adjust the position.

3.Click and drag the ends of the line to adjust the length.

Go to Live View interface to view the maximum temperature and rule of the line in thermal channel.

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3.2.7 Area Thermography

Configure the temperature measurement rule and monitor the maximum temperature of the area.

Steps

1.Click and drag the mouse in the liveview to draw the area and right click to finish drawing.

2.Click and move the area to adjust the position.

3.Drag the corners of the area to adjust the size and shape.

Go to Live View interface to view the maximum temperature and rule of the area in thermal channel.

3.2.8 Set Shielded Region

You can configure areas from being detected.

Steps

1.Check Enable Shield Area.

2.Click .

3.Drag the mouse in the live view to draw the area. You can drag the corners of the red rectangle area to change its shape and size.

4.Right click the mouse to stop drawing.

5.Optional: Select one area and click to delete it.

6.Click Save.

3.3 Manual Thermography

After enable the manual thermography function of the device, you can click any position on the live view to show the real temperature.

Steps

1.Go toConfiguration Local and select Display Temperature Info. as Yes.

2.Go toConfiguration Temperature Measurement Basic Settings.

3.Check Enable Temperature Measurement.

4.Click Save.

5.Go to live view interface and select thermal channel, click . Click any position on the interface to show the real temperature.

3.4 Measure Body Temperature

Steps:

1.Go to Configuration-->Temperature Measurement -->Body Thermography Configuration.

2.Select thermal channel.

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3.Click Draw Area, then click the mouse on the black body in live view and save it.

4.Set the black body parameters.

Emissivity: Set the emissivity of black body.

Note

Refer to the emissivity table for reference in the manual or online.

Distance: The straight-line distance between the black body and the device.

Temperature: Enter the temperature of the black body.

Note

If there is no black body in the scene, skip step 3 and 4 .

5.Set Environmental Temperature Mode. Auto and Manual are selectable. In auto mode, the device detects environment temperature automatically. In manual mode, you should enter environment temperature manually.

6.Set the body temperature compensation parameters if you need to detect human body temperature instead of shell temperature.

i.Enable body temperature compensation function.

ii.Select the compensation type.

iii.In auto mode, the device calculates compensation value automatically. If the detected body temperature is still inaccuracy, you can set Manual Calibration value.

iv.In manual mode, you should enter Manual Calibration value, and corresponding compensation value displays in Compensation Value field.

7.Click Save.

8.Set the arming schedule and linkage methods. For the information about arming schedule settings, see Set Arming Schedule. For the information about linkage methods, see Linkage Method Settings.

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Chapter 4 Body Thermography

Body Thermography function can detect temperature of human face or body in the scene, and output alarm if the temperature is higher than the setting value.

4.1 Set Body Thermography Parameters

Configure the parameters of body temperature measurement.

Before You Start

Go to Configuration System Maintenance VCA Resource Type, select Body Thermography.

Steps

1.Go to Configuration Temperature Measurement Basic Settings to configure parameters.

Enable Temperature Measurement

Check to enable temperature measurement function.

Enable Color-Temperature

Check to display Temperature-Color Ruler in live view.

Display Temperature Info. on Stream

Check to display temperature information on the stream.

Add Original Data on Capture

Check to add data on alarm triggered capture of thermal channel.

Add Original Data on Stream

Check to add original data on thermal view.

Data Refresh Interval

It means the refresh interval of temperature information.

Unit

Display temperature with Degree Celsius (°C)/Degree Fahrenheit (°F)/Degree Kelvin (K).

Temperature Range

Select the temperature measurement range.

Distance:

Set the distance between device and the target.

Emissivity

Set the emissivity of your target.

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Note

Refer to the emissivity table for reference in the manual or online.

Version

View the version of current algorithm.

2. Click Save.

4.2 Set Body Thermography

4.2.1 Measure Body Temperature in Thermal Channel

Steps:

1.Go to Configuration Body Thermography → Body Thermography Configuration.

2.Select thermal channel.

3.Click Draw Area, then click the mouse on the black body in live view and save it.

4.Set the black body parameters.

Emissivity: Set the emissivity of black body.

Note

Refer to the emissivity table for reference in the manual or online.

Distance: The straight-line distance between the black body and the device.

Temperature: Enter the temperature of the black body.

5.Set Environmental Temperature Mode. Auto and Manual are selectable. In auto mode, the device detects environment temperature automatically. In manual mode, you should enter environment temperature manually.

6.Set the body temperature compensation parameters if you need to detect human body temperature instead of shell temperature.

i.Enable body temperature compensation function.

ii.Select the compensation type.

iii.In auto mode, the device calculates compensation value automatically. If the detected body temperature is still inaccuracy, you can set Manual Calibration value.

iv.In manual mode, you should enter Manual Calibration value, and corresponding compensation value displays in Compensation Value field.

7.Click Save.

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8.Set the arming schedule and linkage methods. For the information about arming schedule settings, see Set Arming Schedule. For the information about linkage methods, see Linkage Method Settings.

4.2.1 Measure Face Temperature in Optical Channel

Steps:

1.Go to Configuration Body Thermography → Body Thermography Configuration.

2.Select the optical channel.

3.Check Enable Face Detection to detect human faces, and measure the temperature in the scene.

4.Check Display Temperature to display the highest temperature of each detected face in live view.

5.Check Upload Captured Face Image to capture and upload the face image of the target. If face detection function is also enabled, max. temperature of the face displays on the image.

Note

Refer to face capture section to set the corresponding parameters.

6.Check Display Face Temperature Position to show a cursor on the position of max. temperature.

7.Select Configuration mode. Targeting refers to measure the temperatures for all the targets in the scene, and output alarm if the target temperature is higher than the alarm threshold.

Note

If temperatures of multiple targets are higher than the alarm threshold, then multiple alarms will be triggered.

8.Set the face detection parameters.

Pupil Distance: The pupil distance refers to the square size composed by the area between two pupils, and it is the basic standard for a camera to identify a target. You can enter the pupil distance value or draw pupil distance areas in live view.

Generation Speed: It refers to the target generation speed. The higher the value is, the easier the target can be detected.

Sensitivity: It refers to face detection sensitivity.

Alarm When Temperature is Above: It refers to the temperature alarm threshold. When the target temperature is higher than the setting value, the device outputs alarm.

Pre-Alarm Temperature: When the face temperature is higher than the set value, the device outputs pre-alarm and upload captured face image.

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