Vivotek VS2402 Specifications

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Summary of Contents

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- 7 - BNC video inputs “IN” & outputs “OUT” Video Server allows up to four cameras attached at the same time. To ensure video m

Page 3 - Before You Use

- 8 - Rear Panel Ethernet 10/100 socket Connect to an Ethernet network with a UTP category 5 cable of length shorter than 100 met

Page 4 - Table of Contents

- 9 - No. Pin description Regulation 1 DC power output(-) Max. 500mA at 12V DC 2 DC power output(+) Max. 500mA at 12V DC 3 R

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- 10 - device is too far to allow accurate function, an external power source may be used to amplify the RS485 signal. Digital I/O

Page 6 - Package Contents

- 11 - Installation To easily fit into various environments, the Video Server automatically detects the attached interfaces and con

Page 7 - Features and Benefits

- 12 - Ethernet Environment Hardware installation Before installing multiple Video Server’s at the well-chosen locations, the admin

Page 8 - ☆ Remote system upgrade

- 13 - Initial Access to the Video Server The Video Server can be connected either before or immediately after software installatio

Page 9 - Physical Description

- 14 - Modem Environment Hardware installation Though Video Server is designed to serve real-time images in Ethernet, it also supp

Page 10 - DIP switches “1” to “4”

- 15 - Shut down the peripheral devices prior to connection and keep the power adaptor unplugged until other cables are firmly con

Page 11 - Rear Panel

- 16 - Software installation Via Ethernet Enter the COM2 configuration Web page and select the driver type as modem. Well configure

Page 12 - RS485 interface

- 1 - Product name: Video Server (VS2402) Release Date: 2005/10/28 Manual Revision: 2.00 Web site: www.vivotek.c

Page 13 - Power adapter

- 17 - 4. Choose the serial port that the included null modem cable is attached to and click on . The null modem is now ready for u

Page 14 - Installation

- 18 - Setup a new connection 1. After the 33600 bps modem is installed, open the dialup network folder in Windows to build a new c

Page 15 - Ethernet Environment

- 19 - 5. Right-click on the newly setup connection icon for entering properties. 6. In the first General page, clear "Us

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- 20 - Now the connection is ready to use for null modem. Double click the newly setup connection. A dialing information window wil

Page 17 - Modem Environment

- 21 - First access to Video Server in null modem mode Through direct connection by null modem cable, administrators can connect t

Page 18 - Power on

- 22 - First access to Video Server in modem mode If the dial-out is not prohibited and the attached modem is recognized, Video Ser

Page 19 - Software installation

- 23 - How to Use Open your familiar web browser and connect to Video Server just like a general web site and the video will presen

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- 24 - Installing Plug-in If it is initial access to Video Server via the Web browser supporting server push, the motioned pictures

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- 25 - Main Page Basic functions are displayed in main entrance page of Video Server. The first figure below is graphic mode that h

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- 26 - Video input selection Switch the video source among up to four cameras connected to Video Server. When clicking on the quad

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- 2 - Before You Use It is important to carefully examine the contents with the Chapter Package Contents after opening the package.

Page 24 - Complete network settings

- 27 - can click on to short “Common” and “Normal Open” pins of the digital output or click on to short “Common” and “Normal Cl

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- 28 - System Configuration Introduction The system configuration can be easily done remotely on Internet Explorer through the Web

Page 26 - How to Use

- 29 - Setup Wizard The setup wizard will guide administrator to enter necessary information including system name, current date an

Page 27 - Installing Plug-in

- 30 - Definitions of Configuration System parameters Change host name The “host name” is used for the homepage title of main page

Page 28 - Main Page

- 31 - Security privilege Change root password To change the administrator’s password, type the new password in both text boxes ide

Page 29 - System configuration

- 32 - Network settings Fix the IP address To eliminate incautious mistakes during installation, Video Server will stay in installa

Page 30 - Custom camera commands

- 33 - “SMTP account name 2” The account login name for the second SMTP server. “SMTP password 2” The password is for the second SM

Page 31 - System Configuration

- 34 - Any change made to this page will make the system restart to validate. Make sure every field is correctly typed before click

Page 32 - Application Wizard

- 35 - Maximum frame rate This limits the maximal refresh frame rate. Bandwidth utilization limit Each Video Server can be limited

Page 33 - Definitions of Configuration

- 36 - affected by florescent light flashing, shadow shifting, and so on. Set video modulation There are basically two types of v

Page 34 - Security privilege

- 3 - Table of Contents Before You Use...2 Package Contents...

Page 35 - Network settings

- 37 - COM1 port configuration Choose serial interface There are two types of serial interfaces supported by COM1 but only one inte

Page 36 - FTP settings

- 38 - COM2 port configuration and modem Choose device driver There are three types of device drivers that can be attached to COM2.

Page 37 - Adjust image settings

- 39 - is mailed or uploaded when dial-up connection is successful. Setting the value to zero will make Video Server always keep th

Page 38 - Configure motion detection

- 40 - Application constitution Administrators can use combinations of options on the application page to perform many useful secur

Page 39 - Select default video source

- 41 - “Delay second(s) after event” option to drive some device attached to the digital outputs several seconds after the event ha

Page 40 - COM1 port configuration

- 42 - Demonstration account To setup Video Server for demonstration to the public, administrators need to choose the service(s) to

Page 41 - ISP information setup

- 43 - View log file There is some useful information in the system log including current system configuration and activity history

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- 44 - Advanced Functions Capture Up-to-date Still Images Get snapshot via URL Administrator and users can use the specific URL to

Page 43 - Application constitution

- 45 - Get Continuous Images Select video source and quality and size /cgi-bin/video.jpg[?<param>=<value>]

Page 44 - View snapshots

- 46 - Video Embedded in Customers’ Homepage In additional to the URL, some scripts should be added to download a plug-in for motio

Page 45 - Homepage layout

- 4 - URL for External Device Control ...53 URL of System Maintenance ...

Page 46 - Factory default

- 47 - Download Event-triggered Snapshots There are twelve video image files for four video channels of three stages: pre-alarm, th

Page 47 - Advanced Functions

- 48 - Uploading Snapshots Periodically Upload snapshots to external FTP server In sequential mode, Video Server will send out snap

Page 48 - Get Continuous Images

- 49 - Customize Graphics in Homepage While in text mode, there is a small icon named BTN_TEXT.GIF preceding with each link that ca

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- 50 - Command Script for Complex Applications Besides the application wizard, Video Server provides a more professional command sc

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- 51 - “Digital input state”: H (high), L (low), / (low to high), \ (high to low) “M”: motion detection event. “Channel Num

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- 52 - Practical examples The script file is limited to maximum 500 characters. The actual performance will depend on the complex

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- 53 - URL for External Device Control Query status of digital inputs /cgi-bin/getdi.cgi Video Server will return status of four di

Page 53 - Parameter explanation

- 54 - Transparent Remote Serial Driver Video Server provides a highly customized control support to third-party serial interface d

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- 55 - URL of System Maintenance Download System Log via FTP Besides viewing the system log from the web page, administrators can d

Page 55 - Practical examples

- 56 - Configure System via FTP Administrators can use FTP to configure Video Server much quicker than Web page especially for mult

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- 5 - Package Contents If any of the following items are missing, please contact your reseller. Video Server Power adap

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- 57 - (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19) (20) <user password> (0)0002D1040011 string of maxim

Page 58 - URL of System Maintenance

- 58 - http:// URL of logo type 2, maximum 80 characters <background source> http:// URL of logo type 2, maxim

Page 59 - Configure System via FTP

- 59 - <ftp port> 21 or 1024 ~ 65535 <ftp username> string of maximum 16 characters <ftp password&

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- 60 - <colored video> (0)YES or NO for monochrome (1)YES or NO for monochrome (2)YES or NO for monochro

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- 61 - (4) string of maximum 80 characters <custom ccd commands> HOME string of maximum 80 characters UP

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- 62 - string of maximum 80 characters [ALERT] <script file enabled> NO or YES to activate external script

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- 63 - (0)NO or YES (1)NO or YES (2)NO or YES (3)NO or YES [SYSTEM ADDON] <NTP Update Interval&

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- 64 - Telnet Commands Video Server has a Telnet daemon for only administrators to access some seldom used functions. Using any gen

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- 65 - Set digital outputs To set digital output 1 to connect NO with COMMON, type "DO1=O". To set digital output 1 to co

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- 66 - Appendix A. Troubleshooting A.1 Power-On-Self-Test After the power has been turned on, Video Server will perform a self-diag

Page 67 - Telnet Commands

- 1 - Features and Benefits Video Server is a high-performance networking video multiplexer. With powerful VLIW DSP core and full

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- 67 - A.2 System recovery Video Server provides two auxiliary buttons located on the center of the front panel for system recovery

Page 69 - Appendix

- 68 - B. Frequently Asked Questions Q Why can’t I see the Video Server in the installer after reboot? A The installer is only used

Page 70 - A.2 System recovery

- 69 - Q How can I use a name instead of the IP address to connect Video Server? A To allow users to connect to Video Server throug

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- 70 - 2. bandwidth share, 3. number of users, 4. number of video inputs are accessed at one time, 5. the complicated objects in vi

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- 71 - A If user has defined the snapshot interval, Video Server will capture images of four video inputs periodically as pre-alarm

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- 72 - C. Upgrade System Firmware Customers can frequently check the appropriate product folder on our web site to download the lat

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- 73 - D. URL Commands of Video Server For some customers who already have their own web site or web control application, Video Ser

Page 75 - C. Upgrade System Firmware

- 74 - System resource URL There are some images used on the homepage when the homepage layout is in image mode. Administrators may

Page 76 - Page URL

- 75 - General format of command URL Every configuration can be set through URL with POST method by administrators only. <genera

Page 77 - System resource URL

- 76 - v2allowed <not required> allow user to view video2 v3allowed <not required> allow user to view video3 v4allo

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- 5 - reliable to fit into your environment. With this built-in facility, you can easily setup a security system in your home or of

Page 79 - Network configuration URL

- 77 - ftppass1 <text string shorter than 15 characters> password for primary FTP server ftpfolder1 <text string shorter

Page 80 - Video configuration URL

- 78 - Image quality configuration URL URL: /cgi-bin/image.cgi NAME VALUE DESCRIPTION cam <1 ~ 4> Video channel number t

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- 79 - COM 1 configuration URL URL: /cgi-bin/serial1.cgi NAME VALUE DESCRIPTION RS232 switch COM1 to RS232 interface <other t

Page 82 - COM 1 configuration URL

- 80 - COM 2 configuration URL URL: /cgi-bin/serial2.cgi NAME VALUE DESCRIPTION generic accept generic CGI commands modem use m

Page 83 - COM 2 configuration URL

- 81 - Camera custom command configuration URL URL: /cgi-bin/cuscom.cgi NAME VALUE DESCRIPTION str11 <text string shorter tha

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- 82 - characters> com24 <text string shorter than 80 characters> custom command 4 of COM2 com25 <text string shorter

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- 83 - Custom camera configuration URL URL: /cgi-bin/custom.cgi NAME VALUE DESCRIPTION baud1 <integer> set baud rate of C

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- 84 - characters> home2 <text string shorter than 80 characters> home command string of COM2 tele2 <text string shor

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- 85 - delay <integer> delay time of DO after event do1 High, Low or Disable DO1 action do2 High, Low or Disable DO2 ac

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- 86 - Motion detection configuration URL URL: /cgi-bin/motion.cgi NAME VALUE DESCRIPTION cam <1 ~ 4> Video channel numbe

Page 89 - Demo configuration URL

- 6 - Physical Description Front Panel Status LED’s Each time Video Server starts up, it will perform power-on-self-test, abbrev

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- 87 - Homepage layout configuration URL URL: /cgi-bin/layout.cgi NAME VALUE DESCRIPTION blank hide logo def use default logo c

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- 88 - E. Settings of Supported PTZ Cameras Since the COM port settings can be adjusted to other than the default settings, check t

Page 92 - F. Camera Control Cable

- 89 - F. Camera Control Cable The included cable can be used to control motorized cameras of desktop types from Sony and Canon. Th

Page 93 - G. Time Zone Table

- 90 - G. Time Zone Table While setting the time zone in automatic date/time synchronization, find the hour offset in the following

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- 91 - (GMT+01:00) West Central Africa (GMT+02:00) Athens, Istanbul, Minsk (GMT+02:00) Bucharest (GMT+02:00) Cairo (GMT+02:00) Ha

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- 92 - (GMT+10:00) Hobart (GMT+10:00) Vladivostok (GMT+11:00) Magadan, Solomon Is., New Caledonia (GMT+12:00) Auckland, Wellington

Page 96 - H. Technical Specifications

- 93 - H. Technical Specifications System CPU: Trimedia PNX1300 RAM: 16MB SDRAM ROM: 2MB FLASH ROM Network

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