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IP Security Camera

Warranty Details
The product is guaranteed to be free from defects in workmanship and parts for a period of 36 months (dependant on product) from the date of purchase. Defects that occur within this warranty period, under normal use and care, will be repaired, replaced or refunded at our discretion.The benefits conferred by this warranty are in addition to all rights and remedies in respect of the product that the consumer has under the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 and similar state and territory laws. Our goods come with guarantees that cannot be excluded under the Australian Consumer Law. You are entitled to a replacement or refund for a major failure and for compensation for any other reasonably foreseeable loss or damage. You are also entitled to have the goods repaired or replaced if the goods fail to be of acceptable quality and the failure does not amount to a major failure.

After Sales Support Telephone:

1800 623 432




Dear Customer, Congratulations on purchasing this high quality MAGINON product. You have chosen a modern security camera with excellent technical features and accessories which are all especially easy to use. Please read all instructions carefully and attentively. Pay special attention to all safety instructions. The device comes with a three year warranty. In the event of a fault in the camera you will need the enclosed warranty card and your proof of purchase. Keep these safely together with these user instructions and be sure to pass the user instructions on to any new user or owner.

1. Contents of box
Unpack the camera carefully and check that all the following items are present and correct: 1. 2. 3. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. MAGINON IP Security Camera IPC-1 AC adaptor Mounting bracket (with assembly kit) WiFi antenna Network cable Alarm transmitter Software CD Instruction Manual Warranty documents




User data on delivery of IP Security Camera Note: t 1MFBTFNBLFTVSFUPBQQMZBQBTTXPSEUPUIFiadmin"VTFSBDDPVOU PO STUVTF of the camera. User name: Password: admin no Password presetted

New Password: _______________________

2. Table of contents
Introduction 1. Contents of box 2. Table of contents 3. Hazard, safety and general warnings 4. Preparations
4.1. Description of parts 4.2. Views of the camera 4.3. Installing the security camera 4.3.1. Fitting stand to camera 4.3.2. Fixing the security camera 4.3.3. Completing the camera installation

1 1 2 4 7
7 8 9 9 9 10

5. Installing the security camera
5.1. System requirements 5.2. Installing the hardware 5.3. Installing the software

11 11 12



5.4. Setting up the security camera 5.5. Internet access

13 15

6. Settings
6.1. Equipment status 6.2. Camera name 6.3. Date and time 6.4. User accounts 6.5. Network settings 6.6. Wireless settings 6.7. UPNP settings 6.8. DDNS settings 6.9. Email settings 6.10. FTP settings 6.11. Alarm settings 6.12. Head settings 6.13. Resetting 6.14. Rebooting

17 18 19 20 20 23 25 26 28 30 32 34 35 35

7. Using the security camera
7.1. Accessing the camera 7.2. Controlling the camera 7.2.1. Moving the camera head 7.2.2. Storing positions 7.2.3. Camera image settings 7.3. Using the camera via mobile devices

36 37 37 38 39 40

8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Conformity Disposal Warranty and Service Technical Specification Glossary

42 43 43 44 45



3. Hazard, safety and general warnings
Improper use or treatment of the camera and accessories poses a risk to you and others, and the camera may be damaged or destroyed. Therefore please read and observe strictly the following hazard, safety and general warnings.

Intended use
This security camera is intended to be used for monitoring indoor areas only. You are responsible for ensuring that the personal rights of third parties are not violated through the use of the security camera. The security camera is designed for private use and is not suitable for business or commercial use.

Hazards for children and persons with limited ability to operate electronic equipment
The camera, accessories and packaging are not toys for children to play with and should therefore be kept away from children. There could be a risk of electrocution, poisoning and suffocation. The camera and accessories may not be used by children or persons with a limited ability of operating equipment. The camera may not be used by persons (including children) with limited physical, sensory or mental capacities or limited experience and/or knowledge. The camera, the receiver and mains adapter may only be used by persons that are physically or mentally able to operate the equipment safely, unless they are supervised by a person responsible for their safety or have been instructed by this person as to how to use the equipment. Children should be supervised to ensure that they are not playing with the equipment.



Hazard of electrocution in case of wet and humid conditions
The camera and any supplied components may not be exposed to dripping or spray water. Containers filled with liquid, such as vases or glasses may also not be placed on or close to the camera Danger of fire and electrocution. Do not use the camera and its components close to water and protect against moisture and humidity. Danger of fire and electrocution. Do not use the camera and its components in areas exposed to high humidity, steam, smoke or dust. Danger of fire and electrocution.

Electrical hazard
Switch off camera or receiver if a foreign body or liquid has entered the camera or receiver. Wait until completely dry, there is danger of fire and electrocution. Switch off if camera or receiver has been dropped or if housing is damaged, there is danger of fire and electrocution. The camera and its components may not be dismantled, modified or repaired, there is danger of fire and electrocution. Use only the power supply provided or a power supply with the same specifications. Connect the power supply only to a power source which complies with the information on the equipment label. Do not use power supply or output cable if damaged. Replace with same type of power supply. Check that all used mains sockets are always accessible so that the power supply can be quickly interrupted when necessary. The device is disconnected from the mains by pulling out the plug from the mains socket. Ensure adequate ventilation and do not cover the power adapter in order to avoid overheating. The USB power supply may not be used during a thunder storm, there is danger of electrocution.



Damage from heat fire hazard
Do not leave camera and receiver in places that are susceptible to considerable increases in temperature (e.g. in a vehicle). The housing and internal parts may be damaged, which in turn could cause a fire. Do not wrap up camera and receiver or place on textiles. This could produce a build up of heat in the camera that could cause deformation of the housing and may represent a fire hazard.

Injuries and material damage
When setting up or mounting the security camera, be sure to leave at least a 10 cm gap to all sides in order to ensure adequate ventilation. Take special care to ensure that no ventilation openings are covered by newspapers, tablecloths or curtains. Never place open sources of fire onto or beside the camera Damage to the electronics, lens or accessory caused by external factors, such as impacts, falls or others are not covered by the warranty and are thus chargeable.

Legal Notices
This IP security camera is exclusively intended for indoor surveillance use. It is your responsibility to ensure that the use of the IP security camera does not violate the personal rights of third parties. The video surveillance of public indoor areas (e.g. underground garage) requires a permit and the premises must be labeled accordingly. In case of uncertainty, please contact the respective local authority.



4. Preparations
4.1. Description of parts


1. 3.


5. 6.
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. MAGINON IP Security Camera IPC-1 Mounting bracket Network cable AC adaptor WiFi antenna 6. Connector for alarm device 7. Assembly kit (not shown) 8. Software CD (not shown) 9. Instruction manual (not shown) 10. Warranty documents (not shown)



4.2. Views of the camera

2. 1.



4. 270

5. 7. 6.


1. 2. 3. 4.

Lens Infrared LED Sensor WiFi antenna

5. 6. 7. 8.

Network socket (LAN) Alarm socket (in/out) Power supply socket (5V DC) Reset button



4.3. Installing the security camera

4.3.1. Fitting stand to camera
Hold the backplate of the foot against the surface of the chosen installation location and use a pencil to mark the surface with the location of the two drill holes. To bore the corresponding holes you will need a 6 mm masonry drill for stone or concrete surfaces or a 3 mm drill if mounting on wood. After drilling, insert the wall plugs (supplied) in the holes so they site flush with the surface. Then screw on the foot using the screws supplied in the assembly kit.

4.3.2. Fixing the security camera
Place the camera's threaded tripod bolt onto the mounting plate of the foot and screw the camera tight using the tripod bolt, then tilt the camera on the tripod bolt into the required position.

Note: t 1MFBTFCFTVSFUPPQFSBUFUIFDBNFSBXJUIUIF8J'JBOUFOOBBUUBDIFEBUBMMUJNFT even if the WiFi connection is not being used, as the camera may otherwise become damaged.



4.3.3. Completing the camera installation
Screw the antenna plug onto the antenna socket on the rear side of the camera. Connect UIFDBNFSBUPUIFQPXFSTVQQMZBOE OBMMZ QMVHUIFQPXFSTVQQMZJOUPBOFMFDUSJDBMQPXFS socket.



5. Installing the security camera
5.1. System requirements
Operating system: the software contained on the CD supplied is only suitable for Windows systems. However, browser access may be used to set up and control the IP security camera via Mac OS, Linux or other operating systems also. Operating systems: Processor: RAM memory: Network card: Graphics card: Internetbrowser: Display resolution: Windows 2000 (SP 4), Windows XP (SP 2), Vista, 7 2.0 GHz or higher 512 MByte or higher 10M or higher 512 MByte or higher Internet Explorer (from version 7), Firefox (from version 3), Google Chrome, Safari, Opera (newest version) 1024x768 or higher

5.2. Installing the hardware
The IP security camera is connected to an existing computer network via a router (not supplied). A router is generally a device which connects your computer or local area network to the Internet. *OPSEFSUPVOEFSUBLFUIFCBTJDTFUUJOHTUPUIFTFDVSJUZDBNFSB JUNVTU STUCFDPOOFDUFE directly to a router using the network cable supplied.



5.3. Installing the software
Insert the software CD supplied into your computer's CD/DVD drive. The selection menu shown below should then appear. In the event that the menu does not launch automatically, go to the drive overview on your computer and click on the CD/DVD drive icon. To launch, double click on the CDMenu/CDMenu.exe program.




5.4. Setting up the security camera
Make sure that the security camera is connected to both the router and the power source. Then open the program supra IPCam Config. Within the program, go to "Start search" to display a list of available security cameras.

From the list, select the camera you want to set up or select. Use the "Address" function to display the chosen camera's network data.



The camera is installed automatically on the network providing the "Use DCHP" option is activated and the router being used also supports DHCP (and this is activated). However you DBOBMTPTQFDJGZUIFOFUXPSLEBUBNBOVBMMZJG TBZ BVUPNBUJDDPO HVSBUJPOEPFTOPUXPSL If the port being used by the security camera has to be changed, specify the new port number. Note: t 5IFEFGBVMUQPSUTFUUJOHTIPVMEPOMZCFDIBOHFEJOFYDFQUJPOBMDJSDVNTUBODFT

5PTQFDJGZUIFOFUXPSLEBUBNBOVBMMZ STUEFBDUJWBUF"Use DHCP". This activates the input FMETGPSTUBUJDDPO HVSBUJPO Under Static configuration FOUFSUIFTFDVSJUZDBNFSBTOFUXPSLEBUB:PVXJMMHFOFSBMMZ OE this information via your computer's or router's network settings. Further information on network setup can also be found in Section 6.5, "Network Settings". Click "Apply" to accept the amended settings. You will then be asked to enter the BENJOJTUSBUPSTVTFSOBNFBOEQBTTXPSE"UTIJQNFOU UIFVTFSBDDPVOUJTTFUUPiBENJOwOP password). To access a camera from the IPCam Config camera list in your browser, click the "Browser" menu item. The camera's log on page will then be displayed in your standard browser window (see Chapter 7), and you can either call up the camera picture or specify further settings for the camera. Click "Manual" to open these user instructions on the screen. 5IFiVersionwNFOVJUFNTDBOCFVTFEUPBDDFTTJOGPSNBUJPOPOUIFTFMFDUFEDBNFSBBOEUIF software.



5.5. Internet access
:PVIBWFGPVSEJ FSFOUXBZTPG OEJOHPVUUIFSFMFWBOU IP address. If a separate Internet address (domain) has been registered for the camera (see Section 6.8., DDNS Settings), this can be used to access the camera. You can have the public IP address sent to you by email. To do this, follow the instructions in Section 6.9., Email Settings. Use your browser to go to the page and the local network's IP address will then be displayed (to do this you must use a computer on the same network to which the camera is connected). The public IP address can generally only be used to access the security camera from outside the local network. To access the camera directly from the internal network, use the camera's local network address. Access the camera via your browser using the address found. Accessing correctly will cause the log on window in the camera software to open. The camera is shipped with the user BDDPVOUTFUUPiBENJOwOPQBTTXPSESFRVJSFE
Should an error occur while accessing via the Internet, this is probably due to your DPNQVUFST SFXBMMQSFWFOUJOHDPNNVOJDBUJPOXJUIUIFTFDVSJUZDBNFSB*GUIJTJTUIFDBTF you will have to change the router settings in such a way as to allow the camera to be accessed over the Internet. The following example shows which settings have to be made to a router in order to be able to connect to the security camera over the Internet. As router settings menus can vary widely, it is not possible here to offer a detailed description of how to solve the problem in BMMDBTFToQMFBTFSFGFSUPZPVSSPVUFSTEPDVNFOUBUJPOBOEMPPLGPSIPXUPFOBCMFTQFDJ D devices to communicate with the router. Essentially, to do this the security camera has to be allocated a new input port within the router via which access is permitted. This newly allocated input port is then forwarded to the camera.



Start by opening your router's port forwarding menu.

In the example shown, two security cameras are connected to the router, one called IPCamera1 under local network address and one called IPCamera2 under local network address &YUFSOBMQPSUJTOPXTQFDJ FEBTUIFBDDFTTQPJOUGPSIPCamera1. TCP and UDP are both permitted protocols, however the only one required is TCP. This camera is then accessed from the Internet under the address (where is the Internet address of the router). &YUFSOBMQPSUJTTQFDJ FEBTUIFBDDFTTQPJOUGPSIPCamera2. This allows the camera to be accessed from the Internet using the address Please note that this example assumes internal port 80 for both cameras. If the internal port for a camera is changed, this needs to be taken into account here. Do also take care to ensure that no external port is allocated twice over.



6. Settings
The following sections will give you an overview of all possible settings for your IP security camera. Should problems arise, or settings need to be altered, during installation or use, you XJMM OEBEWJDFIFSFPOUIFSFMFWBOUPQUJPOTBWBJMBCMFUPZPV Bring up the camera on your Internet browser (see Section 7.1.) and log on via a user account with administrator's permissions. The camera has been shipped with the user BDDPVOUiBENJOwOPQBTTXPSESFRVJSFE

6.1. Equipment status
The equipment status gives you details of current data and settings that apply to the camera.



6.2. Camera name
You can give the camera a name, for example in order to locate it more easily on the network PSBTBVOJRVFJEFOUJ FSXIFSFNPSFUIBOPOFDBNFSBJTCFJOHVTFE

&OUFSUIFDBNFSBTDIPTFOOBNFJOUIFUFYU FME UIFODMJDL"Save". The camera name may consist of any characters and may be up to 20 characters long. The new camera name is accepted without the need to reboot the camera.



6.3. Date and time
Specify here which time zone the camera is in and whether the date and time are to be updated automatically via a so called NTP server (time server).

Current date and time: this shows the date and time as stored in the camera. This information is synched with the local system when the date and time settings are saved. 8IFSFUIFPQUJPOi4ZODISPOJ[FXJUI/51TFSWFSwJTOPUTFMFDUFE UIJTNFUIPENBZCFVTFE to set the date and time. Time zone: from the list, select the time zone in which the camera is located. Synchronize with NTP server: where date and time are to be kept up to date automatically via an NTP server, tick this box. NTP server: from this list displayed, choose the NTP server to be used to update date and time. You may also specify an NTP server not on the list by entering its name or IP address. Click "Save" to accept the amended settings. The changes will be accepted without having to reboot the camera.



6.4. User accounts
Up to 8 user accounts may be set up for the security camera. These user accounts are then used to access the security camera. 5IFTFDVSJUZDBNFSBJTTIJQQFEXJUIUIFVTFSBDDPVOUiBENJOwOPQBTTXPSESFRVJSFE
5IJT account can neither be deleted nor have its administrator rights changed. It can merely be given a password. $MJDLi"EEwUPDSFBUFBOFXVTFS account. Enter the user name and (optionally) a password for the new account. User name and password may each be up to 12 characters long, and any characters may be used. The password may also be left blank. To delete a user account, click i%FMFUFwBUUIFFOEPGUIFMJOF*GB user account has been deleted unintentionally but the changes IBWFOPUZFUCFFODPO SNFECZ DMJDLJOHi4BWFw ZPVDBOSFTFUCBDL to the previous status by bringing VQUIFi6TFSBDDPVOUTwPODFNPSF A user account may have any of the following permissions: Visitor: the user may access the camera picture only, but may not change any settings. Operator: the user may see the came picture and alter the position of the security camera. No changes may be made to the settings. Administrator: the user may make changes to any of the settings. Click "Save" to accept the amended settings. You will have to reboot the security camera in order to apply the changes to the user accounts.



6.5. Network settings
To connect the security camera to an existing network or router, the network settings must be made.

Use DHCP: if your network allows a new device (client) to be connected automatically, tick this box. All necessary data will then be drawn directly from the server or router. Web interface port: connections within a network are handled via so called ports allowing the server and each device (client) attached to it to work via different ports sharing a common network address. The default value for the security camera is set to 80. If required, this value may be changed within the range of 1-65535. $IBOHJOHUIFQPSUNBZCFOFDFTTBSZ GPSFYBNQMF JGUIFSPVUFST SFXBMMEPFTOPUTVQQPSU different internal and external ports.



In the event that automatic connection of new devices is not supported, please untick the i3FNPWF%)$1wCPY 5IJTXJMMPQFOVQTFWFSBMOFXJOQVU FMETJOUP which you should enter your network's access data directly. The data required here can generally be obtained by looking at the network properties on your computer or by asking your network administrator

IP address: FOUFSBTQFDJ DOFUXPSLBEESFTTGPSUIFTFDVSJUZDBNFSB8IFSF GPSFYBNQMF UIFDPNQVUFSTOFUXPSLTFUUJOHTIBWFUIFBEESFTTBTUIFiEFGBVMUHBUFXBZw (standard gateway), the camera's address must be 192.168.1.x (where x can be any value between 2 and 254 not yet being used by the network). Example: Subnet mask: the value should be entered here as standard. Default gateway: connection to the Internet is made via the default gateway. This is generally the network address of the router. DNS server: the address of the so called DNS or name server can be found under your computer's network settings. This is generally the network address of the router. Click "Save" to accept the new settings. You will have to reboot the security camera in order to apply the changes in the network settings.



6.6. Wireless settings
In the event that the security camera is to be connected to a network via a wireless LAN (WiFi) you can enter the relevant settings here.

Use WiFi: tick this box if you wish to connect wirelessly to the network. All subsequent required data regarding the wireless network is contained within the router or access point being used to control this network. Bring up the router's or access point's settings on screen and open up the settings for the wireless network. For further information on accessing this data, please refer to your router's manual or ask your system administrator. Network name (SSID): enter the name of the wireless network (also referred to as SSID).



Encryption: on wireless networks data is mainly encrypted in order to prevent access by third parties. Specify here which type of encryption is used by your wireless network. The setting "Non encrypted" means that data will be transmitted without encryption. If one of the "WEP", "WPA" or "WPA2" encryption methods is used, you will have to enter additional information on the encryption. Be sure to use exactly the same settings as you see displayed on the router or access point. Note: t 5IFXJSFMFTTOFUXPSLTFUUJOHTTIPVMECFVTFEXJUIPVUBOZBMUFSBUJPO0OMZCZTP doing can the security camera be connected properly. t 5IFCBTJDTFUUJOHTPGUIFSPVUFSPSBDDFTTQPJOU UPP TIPVMESFNBJOVODIBOHFE unless necessity dictates otherwise. Otherwise this may result in problems with other WiFi devices on the network.

The "Search" function may be used to start an automatic search for available wireless OFUXPSLT5IFOTFMFDUUIFEFTJSFEOFUXPSLGSPNUIFMJTUCZNBSLJOHJUVOEFSi4FMFDUJPOwBOE DMJDLJOHiUse". Where encryption data is needed for the selected network, these must still be entered. Click "Save" to accept the changed settings. You will have to reboot the security camera in order to apply the new wireless settings.



6.7. UPNP settings
Universal Plug & Play (UPnP) allows different manufacturers' devices to be addressed over an IPbased network. Where UPnP is supported by the router and activated, the required SFXBMMTFUUJOHTBSFNBEFBVUPNBUJDBMMZCZJU

Mark "Use UPNP" where UPNP is to be used for connecting to the security camera. By EFGBVMU i6TF61/1wJTBDUJWBUFE Click "Save" to accept the changed settings. These are accepted without rebooting the camera.



6.8. DDNS settings
The security camera can be contacted via the IP address used by the router or server to connect to the Internet. Because, in many instance, the IP address of the Internet connection QPJOUJTDPOTUBOUMZDIBOHJOH JUJTCFOF DJBMGPSUIFDBNFSBUPCFBCMFUPCFSFBDIFEBUUIF same address all the time. To this end, you can avail yourself of a DDNS server (DDNS = DynaNJD%PNBJO/BNF4FSWFS


Begin by entering a user name. This may consist only of upper and lower case letters, numbers or a hyphen. The user name is used for the Internet address of the security camera. 'PSFYBNQMF JGZPVFOUFSiJQDBNFSBwBTUIFVTFSOBNF PODFZPVWFSFHJTUFSFEPVSDBNFSBJU can be reached via the address as soon as it is connected to the Internet.



Once the camera has been registered successfully, switch to the DDNS settings.

For "User name" and "Password", enter the same data you entered when registering on the DDNS server. *OUIFi%PNBJOOBNFwUFYU FME FOUFSUIFOBNFZPVTQFDJ FEVQPOSFHJTUSBUJPO*OUIFDBTF of one camera only, this is generally the user name, and in the case of more than one registered camera you should use the name you received upon registration. Click "Save" to accept the changed settings. You must reboot the security camera in order for the changed DDNS settings to be applied.



6.9. Email settings
In response to given events, the security camera can send an alarm message by email. This requires details to be entered on an email account from which emails can be sent. You can use a private email address or set up a separate email address specially for the security camera.

Activate "Use SMTP" if an email should be sent in the event of an alarm. Please note that, for this to happen, the alarm must be activated under Alarm settings. The following required data on the email account to be used can be obtained from the email QSPWJEFS*OUIFDBTFPGZPVSQSJWBUFFNBJMBDDPVOU ZPVXJMMBMTP OEUIJTJOGPSNBUJPOJOZPVS email program such as Outlook or Thunderbird. Server: enter the address of the SMTP server for the email account. Port: enter the port of the SMTP server. The standard value here is 25.



Encryption: specify whether (and which type of ) encryption is used by the SMTP server. Requires authorisation: specify whether the SMTP server requires authorisation. If yes, tick this option and then enter the user name and password for the email account. Sender: enter the email address via which the alarm messages are to be sent. Recipient 1-4: enter up to 4 email addresses to which the alarm messages are to be sent. In the event that you wish to receive notification at the email address from which the alarm messages are to be sent, you should also include this address as a recipient. Send IP address: you can use this option to specify whether an email containing the security camera's current IP address should be sent to the listed email addresses as soon as the camera's IP address changes. &OUSJFTNVTUBMXBZTCFNBEFJOUIFi4FSWFSw i1PSUw i4FOEFSwBOEi3FDJQJFOUw FMET Click "Test" if you wish to test the email settings. A test email is then sent to each of the email BEESFTTFTTQFDJ FE Click "Save" to accept the changed settings. These are accepted without rebooting the camera.



6.10. FTP settings
The security camera offers you the opportunity to upload images to an FTP server, on either a one time or a regular basis. Enter here the required access data for an FTP server to be used for this purpose.

Activate "Use FTP" if images from the security camera are to be uploaded to an FTP server. Server: enter the address of the FTP server. Port: enter the port via which the FTP server is to be accessed. The standard value is 21. User name: enter the name of a user account which has read and write permissions on the FTP server. Password: enter the user account's password.



Path: enter the path under which the images should be stored on the FTP server. Transfer mode: choose whether an active or passive FTP connection should be requested when transmitting. Upload at intervals: tick this option if you would like images from the security camera to be uploaded to the FTP server at regular intervals. Interval (seconds): specify here the intervals at which images should be captured and transferred. Specify file name: tick this option if you wish to specify a file name. If this option is not ticked, a preset file name will be used for storing images. File name: enter your own file name here. When images are stored, this name will be used together with sequential number suffixes. Specify maximum number: this option may be used in order to limit the number of files stored on the FTP server. Number of files: specify the maximum number of files to be stored on the FTP server. When this number is reached, each additional image will be stored by deleting the oldest image held at that moment. To test the FTP settings, click "Test" below. This will then save a single image to the FTP server. Click "Save" to accept the changed settings. The changes to the FTP settings are accepted without rebooting the camera.



6.11. Alarm settings
The security camera can issue alarm messages in a variety of situations. Specify here the conditions under which the camera is to issue an alarm message and what should be undertaken in the event of an alarm.

Motion detection: tick this option to activate movement detection. Sensitivity: specify a level of sensitivity (0 to 9) for movement detection. Compensation for changes in light: this option may be selected to prevent movement detection being impaired by changing light conditions. Detect at digital input: when this option is activated, an alarm message given by the alarm transmitter can be accepted by the security camera.



Alarm level: specifies whether an alarm is triggered when there is no voltage at the alarm input (low setting) or when there is voltage (high setting). Report at digital output: where this option is activated, an alarm message is forwarded via the digital output as soon as it is in existence within the security camera. Alarm level: specify whether the alarm is to be sounded at the digital output as a result of voltage (high setting) or when the voltage disappears (low setting). Report to email: activate this option if notification by email should occur in the event of an alarm. Report at FTP: activate this option if images should be stored on the FTP server in the event of an alarm. Interval: specify at which intervals (number of seconds) images should be saved to the FTP server. Report at HTTP: activate this option if an HTTP address should be accessed in the event of an alarm. URL: specify here which HTTP address should be accessed in the event of an alarm. Click "Save" to accept the changed settings. The new alarm settings are accepted without rebooting the camera.



6.12. Head settings
This category can be used to make settings affecting the positioning of the camera head.

Use Infrarot LEDs in darkness: if this option is activated, the infrared LEDs will be cut in as an additional light source in darkness. Fixed position on switching on: activate this option if the camera head should adopt a certain position when the security camera is switched on. Position on switching on: specify which position the camera head should adopt when switched on. Select Centre if the camera head should be centred or select one of the positions stored in the camera view (see Section 7.2.2). Manual speed: specify how fast the camera head should move when controlled manually. 5IFIJHIFSUIF HVSFIFSFJT UIFNPSFTMPXMZUIFIFBEXJMMNPWF



Automatic speeds: specify, separately for up/down/left/right, how fast the camera head should move when being controlled automatically. Click "Save" to accept the changed settings. The new head settings are accepted without rebooting the camera

6.13. Resetting
To reset the security camera to factory settings, click "Reset now". Resetting takes approximately 1 minute. Please wait until the log on is displayed in the browser window. Note: t %PJOHUIJTXJMMDBVTFBMMQSFWJPVTMZNBEFTFUUJOHTUPCFMPTU t *GUIFOFUXPSLTFUUJOHTXFSFBMUFSFEJUJTQPTTJCMFUIBUUIFDBNFSBDBOOPMPOHFS be contacted at the current address. The camera can be located once more using UIFDPO HVSBUJPOQSPHSBN t 5IFDBNFSBDBOBMTPCFSFTFUVTJOHUIF3&4&5CVUUPOPOUIFVOEFSTJEFPGUIF camera. To do this, keep the RESET button depressed for about 5 seconds.

6.14. Rebooting
To reboot the security camera, click "Reboot now". This applies all settings made to date. Rebooting takes about 30 seconds. Please wait until the log on is displayed again in the browser window




7. Using the security camera
7.1. Accessing the camera
Begin by opening your browser program (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Opera, Google Chrome, Safari or similar). In the address line, enter the IP address of the security camera. If you wish to access the camera from a computer on the same local network, you may also enter the local network address. Log on by entering a user name and, where relevant, the associated password. Then click "Login"8IFOVTJOHUIFDBNFSBGPSUIF STUUJNF QMFBTFFOUFSiBENJOwBTUIFVTFS BOEMFBWFUIFQBTTXPSE FMECMBOL The camera's operation and settings program will then open.



7.2. Controlling the camera
The security camera is controlled by a variety of buttons and options. Below the camera JNBHFZPVXJMM OECVUUPOTGPSFYFSDJTJOHEJSFDUDPOUSPMPWFSUIFEJSFDUJPOPGUIFDBNFSB head as well as some fundamental camera settings. Which buttons are available and which settings may be changed depend on the permissions granted to the user account. As Administrator you have access to all buttons and settings. As Operator you can control the direction of the camera head and set the camera image, but not make any settings. As User you can only access the camera image, but not use any of the controls or undertake any settings.

7.2.1. Moving the camera head
Patrol horizontally Patrol vertically

Direction buttons Centre

Stop patrolling Dig. output off Dig. output on

The direction buttons may be used to move the camera head in the various directions. If you hold the mouse over one of the direction buttons and keep the mouse button depressed, the camera will keep moving in the chosen direction until either you release the mouse button or the camera reaches its limit of travel in that direction. The centre (red) button may be used to move the camera to the centre. For further information on the camera head's speed of movement, please refer to Section 6.12.



#ZQSFTTJOHUIFi1BUSPMIPSJ[POUBMMZwPSi1BUSPMWFSUJDBMMZwCVUUPOTZPVXJMMDBVTFUIFDBNFSB to pan automatically in a vertical or horizontal direction. This movement can be terminated again using the relevant button. In addition, the digital alarm control output can be enabled and disabled here.

7.2.2. Storing positions

Click the buttons pertaining to 1, 2 or 3 in order to store the current camera position to this number. This deletes the last position stored under this number. buttons pertaining to 1, 2 or 3 in order to move the camera head to the positiClick the on stored under this number.



7.2.3. Camera image settings
Use this view to specify the settings pertaining to the came image (picture).

Resolution: here you can choose whether the security camera image is displayed in resolution of 640 x 480 pixels or 320 x 240 pixels. Light frequency: if the camera is being used in a space illuminated by fluorescent light, set the mains frequency of the local power circuit here (50 Hz or 60 Hz). If the camera is being used outdoors, select the Outdoors setting. Brightness: specify a brightness level between 0 and 6 (inclusive). The higher this figure, the brighter the camera image will be. Contrast: specify a contrast level between 0 and 6 (inclusive). The higher this figure, the more contrasted the camera image will be. Flip horizontally: select this option if the camera image should be mirror imaged horizontally. Flip vertically: select this option if the camera image should be mirror imaged vertically Horizontal and vertical mirror imaging of the camera picture may for example be used where the security camera is mounted on a ceiling.



7.3. Using the camera via mobile devices
The security camera image may also be accessed using mobile devices such as smartphones or tablet PCs. Use the mobile device's browser to go to the camera's homepage and use the NPCJMFEFWJDFBDDFTTQPJOUCFMPXUIFMPHPO FMET

Enter your user name and password (where relevant) and log onto the camera.



The camera image will then appear complete with control buttons for moving the camera head.

Further camera settings are not possible via mobile devices but may only be made using a PC based browser.



8. Confirmity
This device has been tested in accordance with Part 15 of FCC Regulations, and it has been confirmed that the limits applicable to Class B digital devices have been met. These limits are intended to offer reasonable protection against harmful sources of interference when installed in residential premises. Where this equipment is not installed in accordance with the instructions, televisions, radios and radio controlled devices may suffer interference. The device can be operated provided the following conditions are met: (1) This device may not cause any harmful interference. (2) This device must cope with the effect of interference. This includes interference that can impair the function or cause malfunctioning. In the event of the device causing radio or television interference this can be easily determined by switching the device on and off users should try to remedy the fault using the following measures: t 5VSOUIFSFDFJWJOHBFSJBMJOUPBOPUIFSEJSFDUJPOPSJOTUBMMJUJOBOPUIFSQPTJUJPO t *ODSFBTFEJTUBODFCFUXFFOUIFEFWJDFBOEUIFSFDFJWFS t $POUBDUZPVSEFBMFSPSBOFYQFSJFODFESBEJPUFMFWJTJPOUFDIOJDJBO The manufacturer hereby declares that the CE marking was affixed to this device in accordance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of the following EU directives: Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC EMC Directive 2004/108/EC RTTE Directive 1999/5/EC The EC declaration of conformity can be requested from the address stated on the warranty card.



9. Disposal
%JTQPTFPGUIJTQBDLBHJOHJOUIFQSPQFSNBOOFSCF UUJOHUIFSFMFWBOUmaterials, and in an environmentally responsible manner, at the collection points provided. Batteries and rechargeable batteries may not be disposed of with household rubblish/garbage. The consumer is under a legal obligation to return batteries after use to local authority collection points or to battery retail outlets. For this reason, batteries and rechargeable batteries carry the sign shown opposite. Disposing of this product correctly: The sign shown opposite indicates that electrical and electronic equipment is not permitted to be disposed of together with normal domestic rubbish/garbage. Please use the return and collection points in your local authority district or consult the retailer from whom the product was bought. This will prevent potential detrimental effects on the environment and on health arising from improper disposal. For more information please consult your local authority district office.

10. Warranty and Service
In the event that the equipment develop operating problems we will be happy to help with any issues and queries via our service address. The device comes with a 3 year manufacturer's warranty. For details please refer to the separate warranty card (enclosed). Before sending in your defective equipment, please contact our hotline.

Service address:
Schenker Australia Pty Ltd MAGINON Service P.O. Box 329 Villawood, NSW 2163 Australia

Manufacturer's address:
supra Foto-Elektronik-Vertriebs-GmbH Denisstr. 28A 67663 Kaiserslautern Germany

Tel.: 1800 623 432



11. Technical Specification
Model Image sensor Lens Infrared light Night vision Minimum illumination Image angle Supported protocols WiFi standards LAN connection Movement angle Power supply Connections Permitted ambient temperature Ambient humidity Dimensions (HxWxD) Weight IPC-1 1/5" megapixel CMOS sensor, 640x480 pixels F=2.4, f=3.6 mm, infrared lens 9 infrared LEDs 15m 0.5 Lux (excl. LEDs) 60 HTTP, FTP, TCP/IP, SMTP, DHCP, DDNS, UPnP IEEE 802.11 b/g 10/100 Mbps RJ-45 270 horizontally, 90 vertically Input: 100 - 240V~, 50/60 Hz; Output: 5 V , 2.0A LAN, alarm input/output -10C to +60C 20 - 85% 95 mm (H) x 100 mm (W) x 120 mm (D) 285 grams (approx.)




12. Glossary A
AC adaptor 7 Access camera 36 Accessories 1, 7 Administrator 20 Alarm connection 8 Alarm settings 32 Alarm transmitter 7, 32

Email settings 28 Encryption 24

Firewall 15 FTP settings 30 FTP server 30

Brightness 39

Hardware installation 11 Hazard warnings4ff Head settings 34

Camera views 8 Camera image 39 Camera head 34, 37 Camera name 18 Connecting the power supply 8, 10, 44 $PO HVSBUJPO Conformance 33 Contrast 39 Control 37 Creating a domain 26

Infrared LEDs 8, 44 Installation 9 Internet access 15 Image angle 44 IP address 22, 29, 36

LAN cable 7, 11 Lens 8 Light frequency 39 Log in 36

Date 19 DDNS 26 Device status 17 DHCP 14, 21 Digital input/output 7, 32 ff, 37 Direction 37 Direction buttons 37 Disposal 32 DNS server 22

Minimum illumination 44 Mirror imaging 39 Mobile devices 40ff Mounting bracket 7 Movement detection 32



Network connection 8 Network data 13 Network set up 14, 21ff Network cable 7, 11 Network name 23 NTP server 19

Tablet PC 40 5FDIOJDBM4QFDJ DBUJPO Time 19 Time zone 19

Uploading images 30 UPnP 25 User accounts 20

Operator 20

Patrolling 37 Port 14, 15ff, 21 Power supply 7

Visitor 20

Warnings 4ff Warranty 32 WiFi antenna 7, 8, 10 WiFi settings 23 Wireless settings 23

Rebooting 35 Reset button 8, 35 Resetting 35 Resolution 39 Router 11, 15ff

Safety instructions 4ff Sensor 44 Service 32 Smartphones 40 SMTP server 28 Software installation 12 Speed of head movement 34 Standard gateway 22 Store position 38 Subnet mask 22 System requirements 11



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