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GV-IP Camera

GV-ABL / TBL Series GV-ADR / TDR Series GV-AVD / TVD Series GV-BLFC5800 GV-EBD Series GV-EBFC5800 GV-FER5702 GV-PTZ5810-IR GV-TFD Series

Quick Start Guide

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Contents

Note for Connecting to GV-VMS / DVR / NVR ............................................................................... iii

Note for Installing Camera Outdoor ............................................................................................. iii

Note for Powering the Camera ...................................................................................................... iii

Note for Face Detection ................................................................................................................. iv

Note for People Counting ............................................................................................................... v

1. GV-EBD Series and GV-EBFC5800 .......................................................................................... 1

1.1 Packing List .......................................................................................................................... 2

1.2 Overview ............................................................................................................................... 3

1.2.1 GV-EBD2702 / 2704 / 4700 / 4701 / 4704 / 8700 / 8800 and GV-EBFC5800 ..................................... 3

1.2.2 GV-EBD4711 / 4712 / 4813 / 8711 / 8813 ................................................................................................. 4

1.3 Installation ............................................................................................................................ 5

1.3.1 GV-EBD2702 / 2704 / 4700 / 4701 / 4704 / 8700 / 8800 and GV-EBFC5800 Installation ................. 5

1.3.2 GV-EBD4711 / 4712 / 4813 / 8711 / 8813 Installation ............................................................................. 8

2. GV-ABL / TBL Series & GV-BLFC5800 .................................................................................. 11

2.1 Packing List ........................................................................................................................ 12

2.2 Overview ............................................................................................................................. 13

2.2.1 GV-ABL2701 / 2703 / 4701 / 4703 & TBL2703 / 2705 / 4703 / 4705 / 8804 ...................................... 13

2.2.2 GV-ABL2702 / 4711 / 4712 / 8712, TBL4700 / 4710 / 4711 / 4810 / 8710 / 8810, and BLFC5800 15

2.3 Installation .......................................................................................................................... 16

3. GV-ADR / TDR Series ............................................................................................................. 20

3.1 Packing List ........................................................................................................................ 21

3.2 Overview ............................................................................................................................. 22

3.3 Installation .......................................................................................................................... 23

4. GV-AVD / TVD Series .............................................................................................................. 26

4.1 Packing List ........................................................................................................................ 27

4.1.1 GV-TVD4711 ............................................................................................................................................... 27

4.1.2 GV-AVD / TVD Series ................................................................................................................................ 28

4.2 Overview ............................................................................................................................. 29

4.2.1 GV-AVD2700 / 4710 / 8710, GV-TVD4700 / 4710 / 4810 / 8710 / 8810 ............................................ 29

4.2.2 GV-TVD4711 ............................................................................................................................................... 30

4.3 Installation .......................................................................................................................... 31

4.3.1 GV-AVD2700 / 4710 / 8710, GV-TVD4700 / 4710 / 4810 / 8710 / 8810 ............................................ 31

4.3.2 GV-TVD4711 ............................................................................................................................................... 33

5. GV-TFD Series ........................................................................................................................ 35

5.1 Packing List ........................................................................................................................ 35

5.1.1 GV-TFD4700 / 4800 ................................................................................................................................... 35

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5.2 Overview ............................................................................................................................. 36

5.2.1 GV-TFD4700 / 4800 ................................................................................................................................... 36

5.3 Installation .......................................................................................................................... 37

5.3.1 GV-TFD4700 / 4800 ................................................................................................................................... 37

6. GV-FER5702 ............................................................................................................................ 38

6.1 Packing List ........................................................................................................................ 38

6.1.1 GV-FER5702 ............................................................................................................................................... 38

6.2 Overview ............................................................................................................................. 39

6.2.1 GV-FER5702 ............................................................................................................................................... 39

6.3 Installation .......................................................................................................................... 40

7. GV-PTZ5810-IR ....................................................................................................................... 42

7.1 Packing List ........................................................................................................................ 42

7.1.1 GV-PTZ5810-IR .......................................................................................................................................... 42

7.2 Overview ............................................................................................................................. 43

7.2.1 GV-PTZ5810-IR .......................................................................................................................................... 43

7.3 Installation .......................................................................................................................... 44

8. Waterproofing the Cable ........................................................................................................ 46

9. Accessing the Camera ........................................................................................................... 48

9.1 System Requirements ......................................................................................................... 48

9.2 Looking Up the Dynamic IP Address ................................................................................... 49

9.3 Configuring the IP Address ................................................................................................. 50

10. The Web Interface ................................................................................................................ 51

11. Upgrading System Firmware ............................................................................................... 53

12. Restoring to Factory Default ............................................................................................... 54

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Note for Connecting to GV-VMS / DVR / NVR

The GV-IPCAM is designed to work with and record on GV-VMS / DVR / NVR, a video management

system.

Once the camera is connected to the GV-VMS / DVR / NVR, the resolution set on the GV-VMS /

DVR / NVR will override the resolution set on the cameras Web interface. You can only change

the resolution settings through the Web interface when the connection to the GV-VMS / DVR /

NVR is interrupted.

The login password of the camera cannot contain the character & or any whitespace when

connecting to GV-VMS.

The Video Analytic features under Intelligent (See 3.5 Intelligent in the Users Manual) cannot be

integrated with GV-VMS / DVR / NVR

Note for Installing Camera Outdoor

When installing the camera outdoor, be sure that:

1. The camera is set up above the junction box to prevent water from entering the camera along

the cables.

2. Any PoE, power, audio and I/O cables are waterproofed using waterproof silicon rubber or the

like.

3. The screws are tightened and the cover is in place after opening the camera cover.

Note for Powering the Camera

The camera is powered by PoE. If you want to power the camera using the power

connector, an optional power adapter is required.

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Note for Face Detection

To use the cameras built-in face detection feature (see 3.5.1.7 Face Detection in the Users Manual),

which is only supported by certain models, it is recommended to install the camera according to the

criteria listed below

Surveillance Condition

The camera shall be installed at a site with uniform, sufficient lighting, where the face(s) to be

detected are fully illuminated.

Example of Recommended Scene Example of Non-recommended Scene

Camera Position

The camera shall be mounted at a recommended height of 2.5 ~ 3 m (8.2 ~ 9.84 ft).

The camera shall be mounted with a recommended depression angle of around 10.

The camera shall be positioned so that the face(s) to be detected are directly aligned with the

lens of the camera, with a horizontal deviation of no greater than 30, a vertical deviation of no

greater than 15 and a face size of at least 120 pixels.

Surveillance

area width Horizontal line

Depression angle

Optical axis of

the camera

Pedestrian walking direction

(straight along the center of

the ground)

Horizontal surveillance distance

D e

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n ti n

g h

e ig

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Note for People Counting

To use the cameras built-in people counting feature (see 3.5.1.8 People Counting in the Users

Manual), which is only supported by certain models, it is recommended to install the camera

according to the criteria listed below:

Surveillance Condition

The camera shall be installed at a site with uniform, sufficient lighting, where the person(s) to be

counted are fully illuminated.

The camera shall be installed at an entrance or exit with an ideal width of 1 ~ 4 m (3.28 ~ 13.12 ft),

where the persons(s) to be counted move toward the lens of the camera in single file.

Example of Recommended Scene Example of Non-recommended Scene

Camera Position

The camera shall be mounted at a recommended height of 3 ~ 5 m (9.84 ~ 16.4 ft).

The camera shall be mounted with a recommended depression angle of 70 ~ 80.

The camera shall be positioned so that the person(s) to be counted face toward the lens of the

camera and are displayed on the image with a shoulder size of between 120 ~ 160 pixels.

Surveillance

area width Horizontal line

Depression angle

Optical axis of

the camera

Pedestrian walking direction

(straight along the center of

the ground)

Horizontal surveillance distance

D e

v ic

e m

o u

n ti n

g h

e ig

h t

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1. GV-EBD Series and GV-EBFC5800

Camera Type Model No.

Eyeball IP Dome

GV-EBD2702 (IP67)

GV-EBD2704 (IP67)

GV-EBD4700 (IP67)

GV-EBD4701 (IP67)

GV-EBD4704 (IP67)

GV-EBD4711 (IP67)

GV-EBD4712 (IP67)

GV-EBD4813 (IP67)

GV-EBD8700 (IP67)

GV-EBD8711 (IP67)

GV-EBD8800 (IP67)

GV-EBD8813 (IP67)

GV-EBFC5800 (IP67)

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1.1 Packing List

H.265 Target Eyeball Dome

Screw Kit

Drill Template Paster

Waterproof Rubber Set

Download Guide

GV-EBD Series

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1.2 Overview

1.2.1 GV-EBD2702 / 2704 / 4700 / 4701 / 4704 / 8700 / 8800 and

GV-EBFC5800

No. Description

1 Bottom ring

2 Housing

3 Lens

4 Infrared indicator / Warm LEDs (GV-EBFC5800 only)

5 Power connector (DC 12 V)

6 Ethernet connector / PoE

7 Micro SD card slot (GV-EBD2704 / 4701 / 4704 / 8800 and GV-EBFC5800 only)

8 Microphone (GV-EBD2704 / 4701 / 4704 / 8800 and GV-EBFC5800 only)

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1.2.2 GV-EBD4711 / 4712 / 4813 / 8711 / 8813

No. Description

1 Bottom ring

2 Housing

3 Microphone

4 Lens

5 Power connector (DC 12 V)

6 Ethernet connector / PoE

7 Micro SD card slot and default button compartment

8 Default button

9 Micro SD card slot

Note: If the default button doesnt respond after pressing for 15 seconds, reboot the

camera and try again within 10 minutes of rebooting.

GV-EBD Series

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1.3 Installation

The Target Eyeball Dome is designed for outdoors. With the standard package, you

can install the camera on the ceiling. Or you can purchase optional mounting

accessories to mount the dome on a wall.

Below are the instructions for Ceiling Mount. There are two kinds of Ceiling Mount:

Concealed Installation and Open Installation. In Concealed Installation, the cables

are hidden in the ceiling. In Open Installation, the cables are led out from the open slot

on the bottom ring.

1.3.1 GV-EBD2702 / 2704 / 4700 / 4701 / 4704 / 8700 / 8800 and

GV-EBFC5800 Installation

For Concealed Installation

1. Stick the drill template paster to the ceiling and drill three holes according to the

drill template.

Drill Template Paster

2. Insert the screw anchors.

Drill a hole to lead cables out of the ceiling

Knock in screw anchors

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3. Remove the bottom ring by turning it anticlockwise.

Bottom Ring

4. Connect the cables and secure the camera.

Connect the cables and protect

them with waterproof tape

Attach the camera to ceiling

with screws

5. Adjust the monitoring direction.

The camera can rotate

360 degrees horizontally

The lens can rotate 80

degrees vertically

GV-EBD Series

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6. Mount the bottom ring.

Push the bottom ring back up and turn

it clockwise to lock into position

For Open Installation

Lead the cables out from the open slot on the bottom ring before screwing the camera

to the ceiling as shown in step 4 of Conceal Installation.

Open slot on the bottom ring

Lock

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1.3.2 GV-EBD4711 / 4712 / 4813 / 8711 / 8813 Installation

For Concealed Installation

1. Stick the drill template paster to the ceiling and drill three holes according to the

drill template.

Drill Template Paster

2. Insert the screw anchors.

Drill a hole to lead the cables out of the ceiling

Knock in screw anchors

GV-EBD Series

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3. Loosen the fixing screw and remove the housing by turning it to the position as

shown.

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4. Secure the bottom ring to the ceiling with 3 supplied screws and connect the

cable.

Connect cable and protect it with waterproof tape

Attach bottom ring to ceiling with taping screws

(Optional) insert a micro SD card

5. Mount the housing by adjusting to the position as shown and press and turn to

anywhere but .

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6. Adjust the monitoring direction. Then tighten the screw.

For Open Installation

Lead the cables out from the open slot on the bottom ring before screwing the camera

to the ceiling as shown in step 5 of Concealed Installation.

Open slot on the bottom ring

Note: You can optionally purchase GV-Mount211 or GV-Mount212 for Wall Bracket

Mount. For details, see its Users Manual.

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Camera Type Model No.

Bullet IP Camera

GV-ABL2701 Series (IP66)

GV-ABL2702 (IP67 + IK10)

GV-ABL2703 Series (IP67)

GV-ABL4701 Series (IP66)

GV-ABL4703 (IP67)

GV-ABL4711 (IP67 + IK10)

GV-ABL4712 (IP67)

GV-ABL8712 (IP67 + IK10)

GV-TBL2703 Series (IP67)

GV-TBL2705 (IP67)

GV-TBL4700 (IP67 + IK10)

GV-TBL4703 (IP67)

GV-TBL4705 (IP67)

GV-TBL4710 (IP67 + IK10)

GV-TBL4711 (IP67 + IK10)

GV-TBL4810 (IP67 + IK10)

GV-TBL8710 (IP67 + IK10)

GV-TBL8804 (IP67 + IK10)

GV-TBL8810 (IP67 + IK10)

GV-BLFC5800 (IP67 + IK10)

2. GV-ABL / TBL Series & GV-BLFC5800

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2.1 Packing List

Bullet IP Camera

Waterproof Rubber Set

Screw Kit

Drill Template Paster

Download Guide

GV-ABL Series

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2.2 Overview

2.2.1 GV-ABL2701 / 2703 / 4701 / 4703 & TBL2703 / 2705 /

4703 / 4705 / 8804

No. Description

1 Power connector (DC 12 V)

2 Ethernet connector / PoE

Load Default Button (for GV-ABL2703 / 4703 & GV-TBL2703 / 4703 / 8804

only)

No. Description No. Description

1 Load default button 6 Warm LED Light x 2 (GV-TBL8804)

2 Grounding screw (GV-TBL8804) 7 IR Light x 1 (GV-TBL8804)

3 Load default button / SD card slot (GV-TBL8804)

SD card slot (GV-TBL2705 / 4705 / 8804) 8 Built-in microphone (GV-TBL2705 / 4705)

4 Built-in speaker (GV-TBL8804) 9 IR Light x 2 (GV-TBL2705 / 4705)

5Built-in microphone (GV-TBL8804)

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Note:

1. For safety precautions, it is recommended to connect a grounding wire to the

grounding screw, and do not loosen or remove the grounding screw under any

circumstances.

2. If the default button doesnt respond after pressing for 15 seconds, reboot the

camera and try again within 10 minutes of rebooting.

GV-ABL Series

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2

2.2.2 GV-ABL2702 / 4711 / 4712 / 8712, TBL4700 / 4710 / 4711 /

4810 / 8710 / 8810, and BLFC5800

1

2 3 4 5

No. Description

1 Power connector (DC 12 V)

2 Audio input / Audio output / GND

3 Alarm input (IN, GND) / Alarm output (N, P)

4 Ethernet connector / PoE

5 Video Output (GV-ABL8712 / TBL8710 Only)

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2.3 Installation

The Bullet IP Camera is designed for outdoors. With the standard package, you can

install the camera on the wall or ceiling. Or, you can purchase optional mounting

accessories to mount your camera on a wall.

Below are the instructions for Wall Mount. There are two kinds of Wall Mount:

Concealed Installation and Open Installation. In Concealed Installation, the cables

are hidden in the wall. In Open Installation, the cables are led out from the open slot

on the base.

For Concealed Installation

1. For GV-ABL2702 / 4711 / 4712 / 8712, TBL2705 / 4700 / 4705 / 4710 / 4711 /

4810 / 8710 / 8804 / 8810, and BLFC5800 optionally loosen the two screws at

the bottom of the camera to insert a SD card.

A B

2. Stick the drill template paster to the wall and align the cross center to the hole in

the wall.

GV-ABL Series

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3. Lead the cables across the hole on the wall.

GV-ABL2702 / 4711 / 4712 / 8712 GV-TBL2705 / 4705 / 8804

TBL4700 / 4710 / 4810 / 4711 / 8710 / 8810

BLFC5800

4. Drill the holes according to the drill template.

GV-ABL2702 / 4711 / 4712 / 8712 GV-TBL2705 / 4705 / 8804

TBL4700 / 4710 / 4711 / 4810 / 8710 / 8810

BLFC5800

5. Insert the screw anchors.

GV-ABL2702 / 4711 / 4712 / 8712 GV-TBL2705 / 4705 / 8804

TBL4700 / 4710 / 4711 / 4810 / 8710 / 8810

BLFC5800

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6. Screw the locknut and loosen the universal joint before attaching the camera to

the wall.

Locknut

7. Secure the camera to the wall and connect all cables.

8. To adjust the monitoring direction:

GV-ABL2702 / 4711 / 4712 / 8712, TBL4700 / 4710 / 4711 / 4810 / 8710 / 8804 /

8810, and BLFC5800

GV-ABL Series

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2

GV- TBL2705 / 4705 / 8804

For Open Installation

Lead the cables out from the open slot on the base before screwing the camera to the

wall as shown in step 6 in For Concealed Installation.

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3. GV-ADR / TDR Series

Camera Type Model No.

Mini Fixed Rugged IP Dome

GV-ADR2701 (IP66)

GV-ADR2702 (IP67 + IK10)

GV-ADR4701 (IP66 + IK10)

GV-ADR4702 (IP67 + IK10)

GV-TDR2700 Series (IP67 + IK10)

GV-TDR2702 (IP67 + IK10)

GV-TDR2704 Series (IP67 + IK10)

GV-TDR4700 Series (IP67 + IK10)

GV-TDR4702 (IP67 + IK10)

GV-TDR4703 (IP67 + IK10)

GV-TDR4704 (IP67 + IK10)

GV-TDR4803 (IP67 + IK10)

GV-TDR8805 (IP67 + IK10)

GV-ADR / TDR Series

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3.1 Packing List

IR Mini Fixed Rugged IP Dome

Waterproof Rubber Set

Screw Kit

Drill Template Paster

Download Guide

Torx wrench (comes with some models)

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3.2 Overview

1

3

2

3

5

4

No. Description

1 Ethernet connector / PoE

2 Power connector (DC 12 V)

3 Transparent Dome Cover

4 Micro SD card slot

5 For GV-TDR2700 / 4700 / 4703 series / GV-TDR8805 only, see the table below.

Wire Definition

GV-TDR2700 series / 4700 series GV-TDR4703 series / 4803 series /

GV-TDR8805

Wire Definition Wire Definition

Green Audio In Gray Audio Out

Blue GND Purple GND

Yellow Alarm Out Green Audio In

White Alarm Out Brown GND

Orange Alarm Input Orange Alarm Input

Blue GND Blue GND

Brown Audio In Yellow Alarm Output

Blue GND White Alarm Output

Gray Audio Out

Purple GND

GV-ADR / TDR Series

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3.3 Installation

The IR Mini Fixed Rugged IP Dome is designed for outdoors. With the standard

package, you can install the camera on the ceiling.

Below are the instructions for Ceiling Mount. There are two kinds of Ceiling Mount:

Concealed Installation and Open Installation. In Concealed Installation, the cables

are hidden in the ceiling. In Open Installation, the cables are led out from the open slot

on the camera base.

For Concealed Installation

1. Stick the drill template paster to the ceiling and drill 30-mm deep holes according

to the drill template.

2. Insert the screw anchors.

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3. Unscrew the transparent dome cover with the supplied torx wrench.

4. Connect the cables and secure the camera.

5. Adjust the monitoring direction and tighten the screws after vertically adjusting the lens.

GV-ADR / TDR Series

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6. Secure the transparent dome cover with the supplied torx wrench.

Note: Before securing the transparent dome cover, make sure the waterproof rubber

strip is tightly held by the six retainers on the bottom ring.

For Open Installation

Lead the cables out from the open slot on the camera base before screwing the

camera to the ceiling as shown in step 4 in For Concealed Installation.

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4. GV-AVD / TVD Series

Camera Name Model No.

Vandal Proof IP Dome

GV-AVD2700 (IP67 + IK10)

GV-AVD4710 (IP67 + IK10)

GV-AVD8710 (IP67 + IK10)

GV-TVD4700 (IP67 + IK10)

GV-TVD4710 (IP67 + IK10)

GV-TVD4711 (IP66 + IK10)

GV-TVD4810 (IP67 + IK10)

GV-TVD8710 (IP67 + IK10)

GV-TVD8810 (IP67 + IK10)

GV-AVD / TVD Series

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4.1 Packing List

4.1.1 GV-TVD4711

IR Vandal Proof IP Dome

Screw Kit

Drill Template Paster

Torx Wrench

Spare Waterproof Rubber Plug

Cable Protection Connector

2-Pin Power Terminal Block

Download Guide

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4.1.2 GV-AVD / TVD Series

IR Vandal Proof IP Dome Waterproof Rubber Set

Screw Kit

Drill Template Paster

Torx Wrench

Download Guide

GV-AVD / TVD Series

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4.2 Overview

4.2.1 GV-AVD2700 / 4710 / 8710, GV-TVD4700 / 4710 / 4810 /

8710 / 8810

1

2

3 4

5

6

7

8

9

No. Description No. Description

1 Power connector (DC 12 V) 6 Default button

2 Ethernet connector / PoE 7 Micro SD card slot

3 Video output

(Not applicable to GV-TVD4700 / 8810) 8 Default button (For GV-TVD8810)

4 Audio input / Audio output / GND (Not applicable to GV-TVD4700)

9 Micro SD card slot (For GV-TVD8810)

5 Alarm input (IN, GND) / Alarm output (N, P) (Not applicable to GV-TVD4700)

10 Built-in microphone (For GV-TVD8810)

Note: If the default button doesnt respond after pressing for 15 seconds, reboot the camera

and try again within 10 minutes of rebooting.

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4.2.2 GV-TVD4711

1

2

3

4

6 7 9 105 8 11 12

No. Description No. Description

1 Ethernet port 7 GND

2 Power port (2-Pin terminal block) 8 Digital Input

3 Micro SD card slot 9 GND

4 Default button 10 Audio In

5 Digital Output (N) 11 GND

6 Digital Output (P) 12 Audio Out

Note: There are two ways to supply power to the camera:

Use a Power over Ethernet (PoE) adapter to connect the camera to the

network, and the power will be provided at the same time.

Plug the power adapter to the supplied 2-pin terminal block by inserting the

striped wire to the right pin (-) and the black wire to the left pin (+), then insert

the 2-pin terminal block to Power Connector, No. 2.

GV-AVD / TVD Series

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4.3 Installation

The Target Vandal Proof Dome is designed for outdoors. With the standard package,

you can install the camera on the ceiling. Alternatively, you can purchase optional

mounting accessories to mount the camera on a wall.

Below are the instructions for Ceiling Mount. There are two kinds of Ceiling Mount:

Concealed Installation and Open Installation. In Concealed Installation, the cables

are hidden in the ceiling. In Open Installation, the cables are led out from the open slot

on the camera base.

4.3.1 GV-AVD2700 / 4710 / 8710, GV-TVD4700 / 4710 / 4810 /

8710 / 8810

For Concealed Installation

1. Stick the drill template paster to the ceiling, and then drill three holes according to

the drill template.

Drill Template Paster

2. Insert the screw anchors.

Drill a hole to lead the cables out of the ceiling

Knock in screw anchors

3. Unscrew the transparent dome cover with the supplied torx wrench.

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4. Connect the camera cables and secure the camera.

5. Insert a SD card into the slot.

6. Adjust the monitoring direction and tighten the screws after vertically adjusting the

lens.

7. Secure the transparent dome cover with the supplied torx wrench.

For Open Installation

Lead the cables out from the open slot on the camera base before screwing the

camera to the ceiling as shown in Step 4.

GV-AVD / TVD Series

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4.3.2 GV-TVD4711

1. Follow steps 1 to 3 in 4.3.1 GV-AVD2700 / 4710 / 8710, GV-TVD4700 / 4710 /

4810 / 8710.

To install an Ethernet / PoE cable:

2. Remove the large waterproof rubber plug from the base of the camera.

3. Cut a small opening on the tip of the large waterproof rubber plug.

4. Attach the cable protection connector to the Ethernet cable head and push the

Ethernet cable through the opening.

5. Remove the cable protection connector. Thread the Ethernet cable through the

large hole to connect to the camera and press to embed the waterproof rubber

plug.

To install optional power and I/O wires:

6. Repeat steps 2 to 3 for the small waterproof rubber plug at the base of the

camera.

7. Push the power and I/O wires through the opening on the small waterproof plug.

8. Thread the wires through the small hole and press to embed the waterproof

rubber plug.

9. Attach the supplied 2-pin terminal block to the power wires.

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10. Connect the 2-pin terminal block and I/O wires to the camera.

Tip: When connecting the I/O wires to the camera, thread the I/O wires through the

protruded loop.

To finish the installation:

11. Secure the camera and insert a micro SD card to the slot.

12. Secure the transparent dome cover with the supplied torx wrench.

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5. GV-TFD Series

Camera Type Model No.

Mini Fixed IP Dome

GV-TFD4700

GV-TFD4800

5.1 Packing List

5.1.1 GV-TFD4700 / 4800

IR Mini Fixed IP Dome

Screw Kit

2-Pin Power Terminal Block (for GV-TFD4700

only)

Torx Wrench

Drill Template Paster

Download Guide

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5.2 Overview

5.2.1 GV-TFD4700 / 4800

6 7 9 105 8 11 12

No. Description No. Description

1 Power port (2-Pin terminal block) 7 Audio In

2 Ethernet port 8 GND

3 Default button 9 Alarm Input

4 Micro SD card slot 10 GND

5 Audio Out 11 Alarm Output P

6 GND 12 Alarm Output N

Note: There are two ways to supply power to the camera:

Use a Power over Ethernet (PoE) adapter to connect the camera to the

network, and the power will be provided at the same time.

Plug the power adapter to the supplied 2-pin terminal block by inserting the

striped wire to the right pin (-) and the black wire to the left pin (+), and then

insert the 2-pin terminal block to Power Connector, No. 1.

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5.3 Installation

The IR Mini Fixed IP Dome is designed for indoors. With the standard package, you

can install the camera on the ceiling.

Below are the instructions for Ceiling Mount. There are two kinds of Ceiling Mount:

Concealed Installation and Open Installation. In Concealed Installation, the cables

are hidden in the ceiling. In Open Installation, the cables are led out from the open slot

on the camera base.

5.3.1 GV-TFD4700 / 4800

For Concealed Installation

1. Follow steps 1 to 3 in 3.3 Installation.

2. Insert a micro SD card.

3. Connect the Ethernet cable, I/O wires, and power terminal block to the camera

through the opening on the camera base, and secure the camera to the ceiling.

Tip: When connecting the I/O wires to the camera, thread the I/O wires through the

protruded loop as shown in Step 10, 4.3.2 GV-TVD4711.

4. Loosen the fastening screws and rotate the lens vertically toward the camera

base on the side with the UP indicator.

Note: Make sure to adjust the lens as stated in Step 4 for any type of installation, in

order for the lens to rotate smoothly upon powering up. For installation on the wall,

also make sure the UP indicator is facing up towards the ceiling.

5. Secure the transparent dome cover with the supplied torx wrench.

For Open Installation

Lead the cables out from the opening on the camera base before screwing the

camera to the ceiling in Step 3.

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6. GV-FER5702

Camera Type Model No.

IR Fisheye Rugged IP CameraGV-FER5702

6.1 Packing List

6.1.1 GV-FER5702

IR Fisheye Rugged IP Camera (GV-FER5702)

Drill Template Paster

Waterproof Rubber Set

Screw Kit

Download Guide

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6.2 Overview

6.2.1 GV-FER5702

No. Description No. Description

1 Power connector (DC 12V) 3 Green wire-Alarm output -

2 Ethernet connector / PoE 4 Yellow wire-Audio output

3 Brown wire-Alarm input 4 White wire-GND

3 Blue wire-GND 4 Purple wire-Audio input

3 Orange wire-Alarm output +

Load Default Button

No. Description No. Description

1 Load default button 2 SD card slot

GV-FER5702

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Note: If the default button doesnt respond after pressing for 15 seconds, reboot the

camera and try again within 10 minutes of rebooting.

6.3 Installation

The IR Fisheye Rugged IP Camera is designed for outdoors. With the standard

package, you can install the camera on the wall or ceiling. Or, you can purchase

optional mounting accessories to mount your camera on a wall.

Below are the instructions for Ceiling Mount.

1. Stick the drill template paster to the ceiling and drill holes on the ceiling according

to the drill template.

2. Insert the screw anchors.

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3. Remove the housing by turning it anticlockwise.

4. Secure the camera base onto the ceiling with 3 screws supplied and lock up the

housing by turning it clockwise.

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7. GV-PTZ5810-IR

Camera Type Model No.

IR IP Mini PTZ CameraGV-PTZ5810-IR

7.1 Packing List

7.1.1 GV-PTZ5810-IR

IR IP Mini PTZ Camera (GV-PTZ5810-IR)

Screw Kit

Download Guide

Drill Template Paster

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7.2 Overview

7.2.1 GV-PTZ5810-IR

No. Description No. Description

1 Power connector (DC 12V) 4 Orange / white wire-Alarm output_P

2 Ethernet connector / PoE 4 Orange wire-Alarm output_N

3 Yellow / black wire-RS485_A 5 Built-in microphone

3 Yellow wire-RS485_B 6 IR LED

4 Purple wire-Alarm input 7 Built-in speaker

4 Black wire-GND 8 Ready LED

Load Default Button

No. Description No. Description

1 Load default button 2 SD card slot

GV-PTZ5810-IR

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Note: If the default button doesnt respond after pressing for 15 seconds, reboot the

camera and try again within 10 minutes of rebooting.

7.3 Installation

The IR IP Mini PTZ Camera is designed for indoors. With the standard package, you

can install the camera on the wall or ceiling. Or, you can purchase optional mounting

accessories to mount your camera on a wall.

Below are the instructions for Ceiling Mount.

1. Hold the camera and rotate the adapter plate counterclockwise to detach it from

the camera.

Rotate counterclockwise

OPEN LOCK

2. Stick the drill template paster to the ceiling and drill holes on the ceiling according

to the drill template.

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3. Fix the adapter plate to the ceiling with screws.

4. Secure the camera to the adapter plate and rotate the camera counterclockwise

until its fastened.

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8. Waterproofing the Cable

Waterproof the Ethernet cable by using the supplied waterproof rubber set.

1. Attach the seal ring to the RJ-45 plug.

Seal ring

2. Insert the waterproof components through the Ethernet cable as shown below.

3 2 1

Insert in order

1

3. Insert the cylindrical waterproof ring into waterproof bolt.

Cylindrical waterproof ring

Waterproof bolt

4. Insert the cable into the RJ-45 plug and screw the waterproof bolt in.

Waterproofing the Cable

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5. Screw in the waterproof bolt lid.

Bolt lid

6. Finish the waterproof installation.

7. If the camera has a DC cable and is not in use, you can waterproof it by inserting the

supplied plug into the DC interface.

DC interface

Plug

IMPORTANT: After installing the camera, it is required to use waterproof tapes to

cover and protect any of the tail cables and connection points that are exposed, see

Note for Installing Camera Outdoor at the beginning of the quick start guide.

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9. Accessing the Camera

9.1 System Requirements

Once installed, your camera is accessible over the network. Make sure your PC has

good network connection and meet the following requirements:

CPU Intel Core i5-4670, 3.40 GHz

Memory DDR3 8 GB RAM

On Board Graphics Intel HD Graphics 4600 (Versions of driver from year 2014 or

later required)

Web Browsers Internet Explorer 11.0 or above

Google Chrome

Microsoft Edge

Mozilla Firefox

Safari

Note:

1. Some functions are not available on non-IE browsers, e.g., Local Parameters

(see 3.1.2 Local Parameters in the Users Manual) is not supported by Google

Chrome.

2. Only H.264 codec is supported for live view on non-IE browsers.

Accessing the Camera

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9.2 Looking Up the Dynamic IP Address

By default, when the camera is connected to LAN a with DHCP server, it is

automatically assigned with a dynamic IP address. Follow the steps below to look up

its IP address.

Note:

1. The computer you use to configure the IP address must be under the same LAN

as your camera.

2. By default, the Administrators username is admin and cannot be modified.

1. Download and install the GV-IP Device Utility program from the company

website.

2. On the GV-IP Utility window, click the button to search for the IP devices

connected in the same LAN. Click the Name or Mac Address column to sort.

3. Find the camera with its Mac Address, click on its IP address.

4. For the first-time users, you will be requested to set up a password.

5. Type a new password and click OK.

6. Type your username and password on the login page and click Login.

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9.3 Configuring the IP Address

If the camera is connected to a LAN without DHCP server, the default IP address will

be 192.168.0.10. Follow the steps below to modify the IP address to avoid IP conflict

with other GV-IP devices on the same LAN.

1. Open your Web browser, and type the default IP address 192.168.0.10.

2. Type your username and password. Click Login.

3. Click Setup, select Common in the left menu and select Ethernet.

4. Select Static IP from the Obtain IP Address drop-down list.

5. Enter the IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway address. Make sure that

the IP address of the camera is unique in the network.

6. Click Save.

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10. The Web Interface

Once you log in the Web interface, you will see the live view as shown below.

1 2

4

16

15

5

7

3

6 7 8 9

10 11 12 13 14 15

No. Name Function

1 Proportional

Set the display ratio of the image.

Scale: display images by 16:9.

Stretch: display images by window size.

Original: display images in its original size.

2 Live Stream Select a live video stream: main stream, sub stream or third

stream (when enabled).

3 Image Open the image setting page. See 3.4.1 Image in the Users

Manual.

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4 Zoom +/- Only for models with motorized varifocal lens, increase

or decrease the cameras optical zoom.

5 Focus +/- Only for models with motorized varifocal lens, increase

or decrease the camera focus.

6 Play/Stop Play or stop live video.

7 Video Volume Only for audio-supporting models, adjust the audio output

volume on the PC.

8 Microphone Only for audio-supporting models, enable or disable

microphone.

9 Microphone Volume

Only for audio-supporting models, adjust the microphone

volume on the PC during audio communication between the PC

and the camera.

10 Snapshot Take a snapshot of the current image displayed on the PC.

11 Local Recording Start or stop local recording.

12 Two-way Audio Only for two-way-audio-supporting models, start or stop

two-way audio.

13 Digital Zoom Enable or disable digital zoom. See 2.2.1.1 Digital

Zoom in the Users Manual.

14 Full Screen Display in full screen mode.

15 Control Panel Only for models with motorized varifocal lens, hide or show the

cameras optical zoom and focus functions.

16 Reset the packet loss rate to zero.

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Click to always display packet loss rate and bit rate information at

the bottom. Click again to restore to only displaying the information

for 3 seconds when the mouse cursor is moved onto the live view.

Note:

1. The paths for saving snapshots and local recordings are set in Local Settings. See 3.1.2

Local Settings in the Users Manual.

2. The No. 16 and 17 buttons will appear on the floating toolbar when you move the mouse

cursor onto the live view.

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11. Upgrading System Firmware

GeoVision periodically releases updated firmware on the company website. To load

the new firmware into the camera, follow the instructions below.

1. At the top of the Web interface, click Setup.

2. In the left menu, select System and select Maintenance. This page appears.

3. Click Browse under Software Upgrade to locate the firmware file (.zip) saved at your

local computer.

4. Click Upgrade to process the upgrade.

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12. Restoring to Factory Default

If for any reason the camera is not responding correctly, you can restore the camera

back to its factory default settings using the Web interface or the Default Button.

Note:

1. Only GV-ABL2703 series / 4703, GV-AVD2700 / 4710 / 8710, GV-EBD4711 /

4712 / 4813 / 8711 / 8813, GV-FER5702, GV-PTZ5810-IR, GV-TBL2703 series /

4703 / 8804, GV-TFD4700 / 4800, and GV-TVD4700 / 4710 / 4711 / 4810 / 8710 /

8810 support a default button. For where the button is on the camera, see the

Overview section in their respective chapters.

2. If the default button doesnt work after pressing for 15 seconds, reboot the

camera and try again within 10 minutes of rebooting.

1. In the Web interface, click Setup.

2. In the left menu, select System and select Maintenance.

3. Under the Config Management section, click Default.

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