Panasonic KX-HCM110A user manual

User manual for the device Panasonic KX-HCM110A

Device: Panasonic KX-HCM110A
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Date of adding : 2014-04-22 15:27:48
Number of pages: 9
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Camera Integration Note
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Model Number(s): BB-HCM311A, BB-HCM331A, KX-HCM110A
OneHome Versions: 3.0 (all builds), 4.0 (all builds)
Comments: Network Camera (EasyConfig.exe version 1.0.21)
Document Revision Date: 9/6/2006
Installing the Panasonic camera can be broken down into the following steps:
1. Install cameras at desired locations, and pull power and Cat5 cabling as needed. Refer to

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STARTING THE PANASONIC CAMERA SOFTWARE 1. Insert the CD from the camera into your PC: once it starts up, click Camera Setup. Or, if you have copied the files from the CD to your computer, locate and start EasyConfig.exe. 2. Wait a moment to allow the software to find the camera: the following screen appears. 3. Select the desired camera, then click Execute to bring up the camera dialog shown below: 4. Click Automatic Setup: after a short delay you will see a new browser window with the

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6. You will be prompted to enter your user name and password again, as shown in the image below. Type in the user name and password you just set, and click OK. 7. After a short delay, you should see a new browser window, similar to that shown under Camera Settings below. 8. If the Automatic Setup dialog is still present, click its Cancel button. If the Easy Setup window is still open on your desktop, close that window now as well. 3 of 9

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CAMERA SETTINGS 1. After typing in your user name and password, you will be shown the standard browser interface to the camera. 2. The system will attempt to install an ActiveX control to show the camera image in the browser window. This control is not needed for proper OneHome operation, but is needed if you wish to see the camera image on that computer. If any dialogs appear, close them or accept the ActiveX control as appropriate for your situation. 3. On Windows computers with popup

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5. Click UPnP on the left, then click Disable in the both parts of the screen, as shown below. Click Save to store your settings. 6. Under Accounts to the left, click Administrator to bring up the screen below. Click Permit access from guest users, as shown below. Re-enter your password in the boxes, then click Save to store your changes. 5 of 9

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7. Under Accounts to the left, click General User to bring up the screen shown below. 8. Click Guest in the list, then click Modify. This brings up the Access Level options. Select Unlimited in the drop down, as shown below, and then check (turn on) all the options, as shown below. Click Save to save your settings. 6 of 9

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9. Click Network(IPv4) to bring up the network settings screen shown below. 10. Click Static in the Connection Mode to bring up the screen below. 11. Set the IP address to the desired value: we suggest setting the first camera to, the second to, and so forth. Check that the other settings match the screen below, then click Save to save the settings. 7 of 9

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12. If prompted, click to Restart to restart the camera. Note that the camera is now at a different IP address, so the browser window won’t show the camera. 13. Go to the address line in the browser, and put in the new IP address as shown below: 14. This brings up the camera’s home page shown below: 15. The camera is now at the correct IP address with the correct settings. 16. Close the browser. 8 of 9

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HOMELOGIC CONFIGURATION DETAILS The following table provides settings used in the HomeLogic Configurator. Please refer to the Configurator Reference Guide for more details. In the table below: o “”, etc. Type in the desired name for the item. ONEHOME SOFTWARE VERSION 3.0 Devices Variable Name Setting Comments Communication Device N/A (See Note 1) N/A (See Note 1) Video Cameras Name (Default: Panasonic KX/BL/BB Series) Device Type Panasonic KX/BL/BB Series L

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