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Alarm — Position at alarm Section ................26 Checking the Preset Position Settings Table of Contents — Preset position table Section ......................26 Programming the Tour — Tour setting Section ...................................26 Overview Checking the Tour Settings — Tour table Section ......................................27 How to Use This User’s Guide .............................. 6 Activating the Tour— Tour selection Section ...27 Precautions ...........................
Setting the Activity Detection Area ................. 40 Showing the Pop-up — Pop-up setting Page ........................................ 41 Others Using the Supplied Setup Program .................... 42 Assigning the IP Address Using the Setup Program ..........................................................42 Changing the Communication Bandwidth ....... 43 Setting the Date and Time ................................ 43 Rebooting the Camera ...................................... 44 Assigning
Overview Overview Precautions This Sony product has been designed with safety in mind. However, if not used properly electrical products can cause fires which may lead to serious body injury. How to Use This User’s To avoid such accidents, be sure to heed the following. Guide Heed the safety precautions This User’s Guide explains how to operate the SNC- Be sure to follow the general safety precautions and the RZ30N/RZ30P Network Camera from a computer. “Operating Precautions.” The User’s Gui
Operating the Camera Note Operating the Camera To operate the welcome page correctly, set the security level of the Internet Explorer to Medium or lower, as follows: The Operating the Camera section explains how to monitor the image from the camera using the Web 1 Select Tool from the menu bar of Internet Explorer, browser. For setting the camera, see “Administrating the then select Internet Options and Security tab in Camera” on page 15. sequence. 2 Click the Internet icon (when using th
Operating the Camera The welcome page is changed to that for If you are using Internet Explorer Administrator. Select Tool from the menu bar of Internet Explorer, then select Internet Option and the Advanced tab in sequence, and check JIT compiler for virtual machine enabled (requires restart). Then restart Internet Explorer. If you are going to install Netscape Install Java in the process of Netscape installation, following the instructions of the installer. After installing, select Edit
Operating the Camera Tip Every page of this software is optimized as display Configuration of Main character size Medium for Internet Explorer, or 100% for Netscape. Viewer Page When you select the viewer, the main viewer page is displayed. This section briefly explains the functions of the parts and controls on the main viewer page. For a detailed explanation on each part or control, see the specified pages. Main viewer page Image control section Monitor image Menu section Menu Section
Operating the Camera See “Operating the Camera” on page 11. Trigger control parts Trigger Displays the trigger control parts on the image control These parts are displayed when you click Trigger on the section. menu section. You can output a trigger using these parts. By clicking the trigger button, you can control various See “Controlling the Application Manually” on page 13. applications manually. (See “Controlling the Application Manually” on page 13.) User access right Level 3 or Leve
Operating the Camera Controlling the Monitor Operating the Camera Image You can operate the camera from the image control section on the main viewer page. You can control the monitor image from the image For this function, user access right Level 2 to Level 4 is control section on the main viewer page. required (see page 23). Image control section Click Control on the menu section to display the camera control parts. Image control section (camera control parts) Selecting the frame rate Clic
Operating the Camera Hold down the arrow button to move the direction of the camera continuously. Click to return the camera to the factory-preset When the Zoom mode menu on the Camera setting page default position. is set to Optical only, clicking this button operates the electronic ×2 zoom. The button name changes to DZOOM x 1. Note If the Exclusive control mode menu on the System setting page is set to On (see page 17), the remaining operation time is displayed instead of . When the Zoo
Operating the Camera control section. The three buttons appear and the FOCUS button name changes to PRESET. Controlling the Application Manually Moving the Camera to the Preset You can send an image or output a trigger to control the Position alarm output, using the image control section on the main viewer page. For this function, user access right Level 3 or Level 4 is required (see page 23). When you click this button, the PRESET list box appears. Click Trigger on the menu section to
Operating the Camera Note Capturing a Monitor If the camera is installed on a desk top, the sent still image is upside down. Image If you click the Capture button on the menu section, Recording a Still Image on an ATA the current still image is captured and displayed on the monitor image section. Memory Card or the Built-in Memory of the Camera If you select Memory save and click , the current still image is captured and stored in the memory specified on the Image memory setting page. T
Administrating the Camera Network Administrating the Camera Displays the Network (Ethernet) setting page. See “Configuring the Network — Network (Ethernet) setting Page” on page 22. The Administrating the Camera section explains how to set the functions of the camera by the Administrator. User For monitoring the camera image, see “Operating the Displays the User setting page. Camera” on page 7. See “Setting the User — User setting Page” on page 23. Security Displays the Security setting page.
Administrating the Camera Serial Displays the Serial setting page. Configuring the System See “Communicating Data via Serial Port — Serial setting Page” on page 39. — System setting Page Schedule When you click System on the Administrator menu, the Displays the Schedule setting page. System setting page appears. See “Setting the Schedule — Schedule setting Page” on Use this page to perform the principal settings of the page 40. software. Activity detection System setting Section Displays the
Administrating the Camera The selectable frame rates are the following: A-slot (advr)/B-slot (bdrv) SNC-RZ30N: Displays the type of the PC card inserted into the PC 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10, 15, 20, 25, Fastest card slot and its free card space. The PC card slot located SNC-RZ30P: on the lens side is “A-slot,” and that on the camera 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 12, 16, 20, Fastest bottom side is “B-slot.” The numbers indicate “FPS” (the number of frames transmitted per second). Exclusive control mod
Administrating the Camera Click Factory default, and “All configuration Note information will be initialized as factory setting. Are When you purchased the camera, be sure to check the you sure?” appears. Click OK to reset to the factory date and time of the camera and set them if necessary. settings. System (PC) current date time Displays the date and time set on your computer. Click Apply to transfer the computer’s date and time to the camera. The set date and time are shown on Current d
Administrating the Camera Tip The following table shows the relation between the data Setting the Camera size of a 24-bit image (8 bits for each R, G and B), and the compression rate for each Level setting. — Camera setting Page (in case of 640 × 480 image) When you click Camera on the Administrator menu, Level Data size (approx.) Compression rate the Camera setting page appears. (approx.) Use this page to set the functions of the camera. 1 15 KB 1/60 Note 2 18 KB 1/50 3 22.5 KB 1/40 To upd
Administrating the Camera 4 Click on the still image to specify the trimming White balance mode portion. Select the white balance mode. A red frame that appears when you clicked You can select from among Auto, Indoor, Outdoor, indicates the trimming portion. One push WB, ATW and Manual. The trimming portion is determined as shown If you select One push WB, the ONE PUSH below: TRIGGER button is displayed. Click the button to adjust the white balance instantly. Point rotated by 180° around
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