Asante Technologies Voyager II user manual

User manual for the device Asante Technologies Voyager II

Device: Asante Technologies Voyager II
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Date of adding : 2013-08-12 14:12:25
Number of pages: 74
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Voyager II
Megapixel Pan/Tilt IP Camera



User’s Manual
Version 1.0





Content
Content ........................................................................................................................... 1
Packaging Contents ........................................................................................................ 3
System requirements ...................................................................................................... 4
Introduct

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Camera Setting from a Router ..................................................................................... 12 Change the Internet Explorer Setting ........................................................................... 13 Enter the Main Page ..................................................................................................... 14 Camera Main Page ....................................................................................................... 16 System settin

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Packaging Contents The Asante Voyager-II PT IP Camera is provided with the following accessories. Please contact your dealer if any one of the following is missing. 1. Megapixel PT IP Camera 2. 12V DC power cable 3. Tripod 4. Audio cable 5. Quick guide 6. CD

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System requirements ASANTE VOYAGER II PT IP Camera Internet Environment LAN 10/100M Ethernet Wireless LAN 802.11b or 802.11g Monitor System Requirements OS support Windows 2000 Professional SP4, XP Home SP2 Browser support Internet Explorer 6.x or later Hardware CPU: Pentium 4 2.4 GHz or later Memory: 256 MB (512 MB recommended) VGA card resolution: 800 x 600 or higher 4

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Introduction The Voyager II PT IP Camera is a multi-functional stand-alone PT Internet Camera that can connect to Ethernet, LAN, or any broad-band networks. Unlike traditional CCTV cameras, the Voyager II PT IP Camera has a built-in CPU and webpage server to provide users with a mechanism for home security or remote office monitoring applications. The Voyager II PT IP Camera supports 3GPP real-time video streams that allow you to control the home or office environment using a 3G mobil

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System Instructions 1. DC power cable: The DC input connector has a socket to connect the product to a power source. 2. Ethernet connector: A RJ-45 connector is provided for connection to the 10Base-T Ethernet cable or 100 Base-T High Speed Ethernet cable. This port can automatically detect or coordinate the transmission rate of the network. 3. Use a video/audio output cable for external video/audio transmission if required. Wiring of the product DC Power Plug the power cable in t

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Note: The horizontal angle is important when you hang the product from the ceiling. Excessive inclination may bring about abnormal rotation of the camera lens. Fixed on a wall (Fig. 1) Fixed on a ceiling (Fig. 2) MIC in/Audio Out Plug the Audio cable to the back of the camera. The Red connector is for Microphone input. The Green connector is for Speaker out for connection to a sound amplifier or an amplified speaker. LAN Socket Insert y

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External alert bus (DI/DO) For more information about DI/DO, refer to Attachment A. Reset to factory settings After turning on the machine, press in this hole for 5 seconds using a sharp object to reset to factory settings. Built-in microphone The product is provided with built-in microphone pickup function. Don't block this hole if you want to use this function to acquire the best audio response. Link LED and Event LED 1. Link LED: The green LED lights up when you transmit images aft

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Hardware Installation You can install the product on your desk or use the attached tripod to hang it from the wall or ceiling. (The product is provided with image flip function. Refer to the “Control Panel” for more information.) Confirm the position for installation of the camera 1. Connect to the LAN cable Plug one end of your LAN cable in the LAN socket on the back of the camera and connect the other end to the network that you want to access to. Pluck in LAN socket 2. Connec

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Camera Setting After the hardware has been installed, insert the attached CD in the computer and execute IP FINDER.EX following the steps below to search and change the IP address of the camera. 1. Start the machine. Execute the IP Finder.exe from the attached CD. 2. Search the camera (Search) Search the product from your LAN. The factory IP setting 192.168.0.20 appears on the screen. 1. Click Search to find the IPCAM on the LAN. 3. Changing the IP address and related settings

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3. Click Submit to validate new settings. 5. Confirmation When all changes have been confirmed, click Exit to quit. 4. When all changes have been confirmed, click Exit to quit. Notes: 1. The IP FINDER can only find the IP addresses of the cameras that share the same hub on the LAN. For information about finding IP addresses on the Internet, refer to the “DDNS Setting”, or “UpnP Setting”. 2. All Asante camera/network server products can be found and changed using the IP

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Camera Setting from a Router You can use DHCP when you want to use the camera on the Intranet (LAN). However, the IP must be set to fixed when you want to use the camera on a WAN. For this application, it is required to set up the function of the virtual server on the ADSL router. Follow the steps below to complete the setting: 1. Enter the camera setting page to set a fixed IP. (Refer to the “Network Setting”.) Ex.: 192.168.0.49 2. Enter the ADSL router main setting page. Ex.: Zonet ADS

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Change the Internet Explorer Setting The product uses ActiveX Control to play image and sound on your PC and the ActiveX Control application software will be downloaded to your PC when you connect it to the Internet. To ensure successful download of the software, the Internet Explorer "security settings" must be changed accordingly. Make sure that the security level is set to Level II, the commonly used default security level. Steps: Open the IE browser  Tools  Internet Options  Sec

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Enter the Main Page 1. Open the IE browser and key in the IP address of the product. Key in the IP address of the camera When the login screen appears, key in "root" in the User Name and Password fields. Click OK. Camera login screen 2. Key in the default “username” and “password”. User Name: root Password: root You can access the camera as an administrator by default and set up for other users or privileges from the “Basic Settings” -> “User”. 3. Installation of Inter

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Click “Install ActiveX Control”. Setup prompt screen 4. The security warning screen appears. Click "Install". The ActiveX Control is named "UIC ActiveX Control". This software is owned by UIC and well certified. You can use it without any doubts about its validity. Click “Install”. 5. When ActiveX Control is installed successfully, you can see the camera image and interface. Camera main page and image 15

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Camera Main Page Descriptions: Source: Information bar 1. Format: resolution of the current video stream 2. FPS: FPS of the current video stream 3. BitRate: bandwidth per second of the current video stream Brand Logo – Click to access the latest information from our website. Product name Image area Attention: Please change the streaming setting to HTTP if nothing appears in the image area. 16

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Control panel 1. Camera direction: controls the direction of the camera (up, down, left, right, home position). Direction control. 2. Camera speed: controls the rotation speed of the camera from “1” (lowest) to “7” (highest). Rotation speed. Speed 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Angle/Sec. 3 20 40 60 80 100 120 17

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3. Preset: presets the rotation points for the camera (16 points) 1. Click Set to enter the Preset Setting screen. 2. Enter the name of the 3. Control the camera direction. location. 4. Click Update to exit. 5. Select the number you need and click Go. The camera moves to the area automatically as set up by the selected number. 18

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4. Tour: enables/disables the tour mode of the camera. The rotation points of the camera must be set up in advance. 1. Click Set to enter the Tour Setting screen. 2. Name the tour. You can set up 5 tour groups at maximum. 3. Dwelling time (sec.) at each tour point. 5. Click Update to Exit. 4. Select a preset location for the camera. 6. Click Enable to activate the tour function. 19

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5. Pan: start/stop Camera panning. You can click “Start” button to make the camera move back and forth horizontally. Click “Stop” button to stop panning. 6. Alert: displays alert trigger This indicator flashes to warn you when a movement or alert is detected. Click to stop the flash. Alert trigger display ato Pan function Enable/ disable the alert message display Alert message display area 7. Alert Message: enables/disables the alert message display. Alert Message: dis


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