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User's Manual

GV-IP Camera

UBN-UM-Z

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

2022 GeoVision, Inc. All rights reserved.

Under the copyright laws, this manual may not be copied, in whole or in part,

without the written consent of GeoVision.

Every effort has been made to ensure that the information in this manual is

accurate. GeoVision, Inc. makes no expressed or implied warranty of any kind

and assumes no responsibility for errors or omissions. No liability is assumed

for incidental or consequential damages arising from the use of the information

or products contained herein. Features and specifications are subject to

change without notice.

GeoVision, Inc.

9F, No. 246, Sec. 1, Neihu Rd.,

Neihu District, Taipei, Taiwan

Tel: +886-2-8797-8377

Fax: +886-2-8797-8335

http://www.geovision.com.tw

Trademarks used in this manual: GeoVision, the GeoVision logo and GV

series products are trademarks of GeoVision, Inc. Windows is the registered

trademark of Microsoft Corporation.

May 2022

Scan the following QR codes for product warranty and technical support

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Preface

Welcome to the GV-IP Camera Users Manual.

The features described in the manual vary among camera models and versions. Some

features may not be available in your camera.

This Manual is designed for the following models:

Model Model Number

IR Eyeball Dome

GV-EBD2702 / 2704

GV-EBD4700 / 4701 / 4704 / 4711 / 4712 / 4813

GV-EBD8700 / 8711 / 8800 / 8813

GV-EBFC5800

Bullet IP Camera

GV-ABL2701 Series / 2702 / 2703 Series

GV-ABL4701 Series / 4703 / 4711 / 4712

GV-ABL8712

GV-TBL2703 Series / 2705 / 4700 / 4703 / 4705 / 4710 / 4711 / 4810

GV-TBL8710 / 8804 / 8810

GV-BLFC5800

Mini Fixed IP Dome GV-TFD4700 / 4800

Mini Fixed Rugged IP Dome

GV-ADR2701 / 2702

GV-ADR4701 / 4702

GV-TDR2700 / 2702 / 2704

GV-TDR4700 Series / 4702 Series / 4703 Series / 4704 Series / 4803 Series

GV-TDR8805

Vandal Proof IP Dome

GV-AVD2700

GV-AVD4710

GV-AVD8710

GV-TVD4700 / 4710 / 4711 / 4810

GV-TVD8710 / 8810

IR Fisheye Rugged IP Camera

GV-FER5702

IR Mini PTZ Camera GV-PTZ5810-IR

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Contents Naming Definition ....................................................................vi

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

Note for Installing Camera Outdoor .....................................vii

Note for Powering the Camera ..............................................vii

Chapter 1 Introduction ..........................................................1

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

1.1.1 Packing List................................................................................................ 2

1.1.2 Optional Accessories ................................................................................. 2

1.1.3 Overview .................................................................................................... 4

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

GV-ENFC5800 ...................................................................................................... 4

1.1.3.2 GV-EBD4711 / 4712 / 4813 / 8711 / 8813 ............................................... 5

1.1.4 Installation .................................................................................................. 6

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

GV-EBFC5800 Standard Installation ........................................................... 6

1.1.4.2 GV-EBD4711 / 4712 / 4813 / 8711 / 8813 Standard Installation ... 9

1.1.5 Optional Installation ...................................................................................12

1.1.5.1 GV-Mount211P ............................................................................12

1.1.5.2 GV-Mount212P ............................................................................17

1.1.5.3 GV-Mount420 + GV-Mount211P ..................................................21

1.1.5.4 GV-Mount212P + GV-Mount107 ..................................................24

1.2 GV-ABL / TBL Series & GV-BLFC5800 .................................................................26

1.2.1 Packing List...............................................................................................27

1.2.2 Optional Accessories ................................................................................27

1.2.3 Overview ...................................................................................................29

1.2.3.1 GV-ABL2701 / 2703 / 4701 / 4703 & TBL2703 / 2705 / 4703 .......29

1.2.3.2 GV-ABL2702 / 4711 / 4712 / 8712, TBL4700 / 4705 / 4710 / 4711 /

8710 / 8804 / 8810, and BLFC5800 ..........................................................30

1.2.4 Installation .................................................................................................31

1.2.5 Optional Installation ...................................................................................34

1.2.5.1 GV-Mount502 ..............................................................................36

1.2.5.2 GV-Mount503 ..............................................................................38

1.2.5.3 GV-Mount420 + GV-Mount503 ....................................................40

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1.2.5.4 GV-Mount504 ..............................................................................42

1.3 GV-ADR / TDR Series ..........................................................................................44

1.3.1 Packing List...............................................................................................46

1.3.2 Optional Accessories ................................................................................46

1.3.3 Overview ...................................................................................................49

1.3.4 Installation .................................................................................................50

1.3.5 Optional Installation ...........................................................................................53

1.3.5.1 GV-Mount211P ......................................................................................53

1.4 GV-AVD / TVD Series ...........................................................................................57

1.4.1 Packing List...............................................................................................58

1.4.1.1 GV-TVD4711 ...............................................................................58

1.4.1.2 GV-AVD / TVD Series ..................................................................59

1.4.2 Optional Accessories ................................................................................60

1.4.3 Overview ...................................................................................................62

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

8810...........................................................................................................62

1.4.3.2 GV-TVD4711 ...............................................................................63

1.4.4 Installation .................................................................................................64

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

8810...........................................................................................................64

1.4.4.2 GV-TVD4711 ...............................................................................66

1.4.5 Optional Installation ...................................................................................67

1.4.5.1 GV-Mount211-2 ...........................................................................68

1.4.5.2 GV-Mount212-2 ...........................................................................70

1.4.5.3 GV-Mount420 + GV-Mount211-2 .................................................73

1.4.5.4 GV-Mount606 ..............................................................................74

1.5 GV-TFD Series .....................................................................................................76

1.5.1 Packing List...............................................................................................76

1.5.2 Optional Accessories ................................................................................77

1.5.3 Overview ...................................................................................................78

1.5.3.1 GV-TFD4700 / 4800 ....................................................................78

1.5.4 Installation .................................................................................................79

1.5.4.1 GV-TFD4700 / 4800 ....................................................................79

1.5.5 Optional Installation ...................................................................................80

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1.6 GV-FER5702 ........................................................................................................81

1.6.1 Packing List ................................................................................................81

1.6.2 Optional Accessories ..................................................................................82

1.6.3 Overview .....................................................................................................83

1.6.3.1 GV-FER5702 ........................................................................................83

1.6.4 Installation .................................................................................................84

1.6.5 Optional Installation ....................................................................................86

1.7 GV-PTZ5810-IR ....................................................................................................87

1.7.1 Packing List ................................................................................................87

1.7.2 Optional Accessories ..................................................................................88

1.7.3 Overview .....................................................................................................89

1.7.3.1 GV-PTZ5810-IR ...................................................................................89

1.7.4 Installation .................................................................................................90

1.7.5 Optional Installation ....................................................................................92

1.8 System Requirements ...........................................................................................93

1.9 Waterproofing the Cable .......................................................................................94

Chapter 2 Accessing the Camera .......................................96

2.1 Installing on a Network ..........................................................................................96

2.1.1 Looking up the Dynamic IP Address and Logging In .................................97

2.1.2 Configuring the IP Address .......................................................................98

2.2 Accessing Live View .............................................................................................99

2.2.1 Digital Zoom ............................................................................................ 101

2.2.2 Start Recording ....................................................................................... 101

2.3 PTZ Control Panel .............................................................................................. 102

2.3.1 Accessing the PTZ Control Panel ............................................................ 102

2.3.2 Setting Presets ........................................................................................ 104

2.3.3 Setting a Patrol ....................................................................................... 105

2.4 Playing Back Recorded Videos ........................................................................... 109

2.4.1 Recording Download ............................................................................... 110

Chapter 3 Administrator Mode .........................................111

3.1 Common ............................................................................................................. 114

3.1.1 Basic Info ................................................................................................ 114

3.1.2 Local Parameters .................................................................................... 115

3.2 Network .............................................................................................................. 117

3.2.1 Network ................................................................................................... 117

3.2.2 DNS ........................................................................................................ 118

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3.2.3 Port ......................................................................................................... 119

3.2.4 DDNS ...................................................................................................... 120

3.2.5 E-mail ...................................................................................................... 122

3.2.6 SNMP ..................................................................................................... 123

3.2.7 802.1x ..................................................................................................... 124

3.2.8 QoS ........................................................................................................ 125

3.3 Video & Audio ..................................................................................................... 126

3.3.1 Video....................................................................................................... 126

3.3.2 Snapshot ................................................................................................. 128

3.3.3 Audio....................................................................................................... 130

3.3.4 ROI ......................................................................................................... 131

3.3.5 Media Stream .......................................................................................... 132

3.4 PTZ ..................................................................................................................... 134

3.4.1 Basic Settings ......................................................................................... 134

3.4.2 Home Position ......................................................................................... 135

3.4.3 Limit ........................................................................................................ 135

3.4.4 Remote Control ....................................................................................... 136

3.4.5 Patrol ...................................................................................................... 137

3.4.6 Orientation .............................................................................................. 138

3.5 Image ................................................................................................................. 139

3.5.1 Image ...................................................................................................... 139

3.5.2 OSD ........................................................................................................ 144

3.5.3 Privacy Mask ........................................................................................... 146

3.6 Intelligent ............................................................................................................ 147

3.6.1 Smart Settings ........................................................................................ 147

3.6.1.1 Cross Line ................................................................................. 149

3.6.1.2 Intrusion .................................................................................... 152

3.6.1.3 Object Removed ........................................................................ 155

3.6.1.4 Object Left Behind ..................................................................... 156

3.6.1.5 Defocus ..................................................................................... 157

3.6.1.6 Scene Change ........................................................................... 158

3.6.1.7 Face Detection .......................................................................... 159

3.6.1.8 People Counting ........................................................................ 162

3.6.1.9 Human Body Detection .............................................................. 164

3.6.2.10 Enter Area / Leave Area .......................................................... 165

3.6.2.11 Crowd Density Monitoring ........................................................ 167

3.6.2 Advanced Settings .................................................................................. 168

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3.7 Events ................................................................................................................ 169

3.7.1 Motion Detection ..................................................................................... 169

3.7.2 Tampering Alarm .................................................................................... 171

3.7.3 Audio Detection ....................................................................................... 172

3.7.4 Alarm Input.............................................................................................. 173

3.7.5 Alarm Output ........................................................................................... 174

3.7.6 One-Key Shielding Linkage ..................................................................... 175

3.8 Storage ............................................................................................................... 176

3.8.1 Formatting Storage ................................................................................. 176

3.8.2 FTP ......................................................................................................... 179

3.8.3 Backing Up Storage ................................................................................ 181

3.9 Security ............................................................................................................... 182

3.9.1 User ........................................................................................................ 182

3.9.2 Network Security ..................................................................................... 183

3.10 System .............................................................................................................. 186

3.10.1 Time ...................................................................................................... 186

3.10.2 Server ................................................................................................... 188

3.10.3 Maintenance ......................................................................................... 188

3.10.4 Network Diagnosis ................................................................................ 190

3.10.5 Log ........................................................................................................ 190

3.10.6 Ports and Devices ................................................................................. 191

Chapter 4 Advanced Applications ...................................192

4.1 Upgrading System Firmware ............................................................................... 192

4.1.1 Using the Web Interface .......................................................................... 193

4.1.2 Using GV-IP Device Utility ....................................................................... 194

4.2 Restoring to Factory Default Settings .................................................................. 195

Chapter 5 DVR / NVR / VMS ..............................................196

5.1 Setting Up IP Cameras on GV-DVR / NVR ......................................................... 197

5.2 Setting Up IP Cameras on GV-VMS ................................................................... 200

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Appendix ...............................................................................202

A. RTSP Multicast Protocol Support ......................................................................... 202

B. RTSP Protocol Support ........................................................................................ 202

C. HTTP Protocol Support ........................................................................................ 202

D. Compatible Versions of GV-VMS / DVR / NVR ..................................................... 203

E. GV-Mount Dimensions ......................................................................................... 206

F. GV-Mount300-2 / 310-2 ........................................................................................ 209

G. Screw Position Chart ............................................................................................ 211

H. Note for Fisheye Camera with IR LED .................................................................. 212

I. Retrieve Cameras Password ............................................................................... 212

J. Installation Guidelines for Perimeter Protection ..................................................... 213

K. Installation Guidelines for People Flow Counting .................................................. 215

L. Installation Guidelines for Crowd Density Monitoring ............................................ 217

M. Installation Guidelines for People Flow Counting ................................................. 218

O. Installation Guidelines for Face Detection (Non-AI) .............................................. 221

P. Installation Guidelines for People Counting (Non-AI) ............................................ 222

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Naming Definition

GV-DVR / NVR GeoVision Analog and Digital Video Recording Software. The GV- DVR also refers to GV-Multicam System or GV-Hybrid DVR.

GV-VMS GeoVision Video Management System for IP cameras.

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Note for Connecting to GV-VMS / DVR / NVR

The GV-IPCAM in this Manual 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) 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.

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Note for Powering the Camera

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

the power connector, an optional power adapter is required.

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Chapter 1 Introduction

1.1 GV-EBD Series and GV-EBFC5800

The H.265 Eyeball Dome is an outdoor, network camera equipped with an automatic IR-cut

filter and IR LEDs for day and night surveillance. For GV-EBFC5800, its equipped with full

color smart warm LEDs for accurate day and night surveillance. The camera adheres to IP67

standards for dust / water protection and supports H.265 video codec to achieve better

compression ratio while maintaining high quality image at reduced network bandwidths. With

its WDR Pro (WDR for GV-EBD2702), it can process scenes with contrasting intensity of

lights and produce clear image.

For GV-EBD4711 / 4712 / 4813 / 8711 / 8813, with their motorized lenses, the user can

zoom and focus the camera from the Web interface. Certain camera models also provide

built-in micro-SD card slot for local storage.

Model No. Specifications Description

GV-EBD2702

Fixed lens

Fixed Iris, f: 2.8 mm, F/1.8, M12 Lens Mount

2 MP, H.265, Low Lux, WDR

GV-EBD2704 Fixed Iris, f: 2.8 mm, F/2.0, M12 Lens Mount

2 MP, H.265, Low Lux, WDR Pro

GV-EBD4700 Fixed Iris, f: 2.8 mm, F/1.8, M12 Lens Mount

4 MP, H.265, Super Low Lux, WDR Pro

GV-EBD4701 Fixed Iris, f: 2.8 mm, F/2.0, M12 Lens Mount

GV-EBD4704 Fixed Iris, f: 2.8 mm, F/1.6, M12 Lens Mount

GV-EBD8700 Fixed Iris, f: 2.8 mm, F/2.0, M12 Lens Mount

8 MP, H.265, Low Lux, WDR Pro GV-EBD8800

GV-EBD4711

Motorized varifocal lens

Fixed Iris, f: 2.7 ~ 12 mm, F/1.4, 12 mm Lens Mount

4 MP, H.265, Super Low Lux, WDR Pro

GV-EBD4712 Fixed Iris, f: 2.8 ~ 12 mm, F/1.6, 12 mm Lens Mount

GV-EBD4813 Fixed Iris, f: 2.7 ~ 13.5 mm, F/1.2, 12 mm Lens Mount

GV-EBD8711 Fixed Iris, f: 2.8 ~ 12 mm F/1.5, 12 mm Lens Mount 8 MP, H.265, Super Low

Lux, WDR Pro GV-EBD8813

Fixed Iris, f: 2.8 ~ 12 mm, F/1.6, 12 mm Lens Mount

GV-EBFC5800 Fixed lens Fixed Iris, f: 2.8 mm, F/1.0, M12 Lens Mount

5 MP, H.265, Super Low Lux, WDR Pro, Warm LED

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1.1.1 Packing List

H.265 Target Eyeball Dome

Screw Kit

Drill Template Paster

Waterproof Rubber Set

Download Guide

1.1.2 Optional Accessories

Optional accessories can expand the capabilities and versatility of your camera. Contact your

dealer for more information.

Model Number Name Details

GV-Mount107 (must be used with GV-Mount212P)

Pendant Bracket

Dimensions: 120 x 334 mm ( 4.72 x 13.15) Weight: 0.74 kg (1.63 lb)

GV-Mount211P Wall Mount and Junction Box

Dimensions: 233 x 125 x 125 mm (9.2 x 4.9 x 4.9) Weight: 1 kg (2.2 lb)

GV-Mount212P Wall Box Mount

Dimensions: 126 x 36 mm ( 5.0 x 1.4) Weight: 0.22 kg (0.48 lb)

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GV-Mount300-2 Convex Corner Mount

Dimensions: 137 x 233 x 160 mm (5.4 x 9.17 x 6.3)

Weight: 1.65 kg (3.64 lb)

GV-Mount310-2 Concave Corner Mount

Dimensions: 111.2 x 369.9 x 210 mm (2.6 x 11.4 x 6.6)

Weight: 1.65 kg (3.64 lb)

GV-Mount420 (must be used with GV-Mount211P)

Pole Mount Bracket

Dimensions: 120 x 120 x 53.4 mm ( 4.7 x 4.7 x 2.1) Weight: 0.45 kg (0.99 lb)

Steel Strap Diameter: 67 ~ 127 mm ( 2.6 ~ 5)

GV-Mount704 (must be used with GV-Mount107)

Extension Tube

Dimensions: 3.5 x 10 or 20 or 30 or 50 cm ( 1.38 x 3.9 or 7.9 or 11.8 or 19.7) Weight: 225 g or 360 g or 500 g or 780 g (0.5 lb or 0.79 lb or 1.1 lb or 1.72 lb)

GV-PA191 Power over Ethernet (PoE) Adapter

GV-PA191 is a Power over Ethernet (PoE) adapter designed to provide power to the IP device through a single Ethernet cable.

GV-POE Switch GV-POE Switch is designed to provide power along with network connection for IP devices. GV-POE Switch is available in various models with different numbers and types of ports.

Power Adapter Contact our sales representatives for the countries and areas supported.

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1.1.3 Overview

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

EBFC5800

Figure 1-1

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

Figure 1-2

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.

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1.1.4 Installation

The Target Eyeball 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 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.

1.1.4.1 GV-EBD2702 / 2704 / 4700 / 4701 / 8700 / 8800 and GV-

EBFC5800 Standard 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

Figure 1-3

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2. Insert the screw anchors.

Drill a hole to lead the cables out of the ceiling

Knock in screw anchors

Figure 1-4

3. Remove the bottom ring by turning it anticlockwise.

Bottom Ring

Figure 1-5

4. Connect the cables and secure the camera.

Connect the cables and protect

them with waterproof tape

Attach the camera to ceiling

with screws

Figure 1-6

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5. Adjust the monitoring direction.

The camera can rotate

360 degrees horizontally

The lens can rotate 80

degrees vertically

Figure 1-7

6. Mount the bottom ring.

Push the bottom ring back up and turn

it clockwise to lock into position

Figure 1-8

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 Figure 1-6.

Open slot on the bottom ring

Lock

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Figure 1-9

1.1.4.2 GV-EBD4711 / 4712 / 4813 / 8711 / 8813 Standard 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

Figure 1-10

2. Insert the screw anchors.

Drill a hole to lead the cables out of the ceiling

Knock in screw anchors

Figure 1-11

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

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Figure 1-12

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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

Figure 1-13

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

but .

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Figure 1-14

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

Figure 1-15

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WARNING: Make sure the housing is not dismounted from the bottom ring when adjusting

the monitoring direction. Unintentional removal of the housing may result in circumstantial

damages.

For Open Installation

Lead the cables out from the open slot on the bottom ring before mounting the housing as

shown in Figure 1-14.

Open slot on the bottom ring

Figure 1-16

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1.1.5 Optional Installation

You can optionally purchase the following accessories to fit your mounting environment:

GV-Mount211P / GV-Mount212P for Wall Box Mount: see section 1.1.5.1 and 1.1.5.2.

GV-Mount420 + GV-Mount211P for Pole Box Mount: see section 1.1.5.3.

GV-Mount212P + GV-Mount107 for Pendant Tube Mount: see section 1.1.5.4.

GV-Mount300-2 / 310-2 for Corner Mount: see Appendix F. GV-Mount300-2 / 310-2.

1.1.5.1 GV-Mount211P

GV-Mount211

GV-Mount211P

Figure 1-17

GV-Mount211P Packing List

GV-Mount211P

Long Screw x 5

Short Screw x 4

Screw Anchor x 5

Plastic PG21 Conduit Connector

Drill Template Paster

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1. Unscrew the bracket.

Figure 1-18

2. Loosen the indicated area by turning it anticlockwise.

Power Box

Figure 1-19

3. Stick the drill template paster to the wall with the arrow pointing up.

4. Drill 4 holes according to the sticker and insert the 4 screw anchors to the 4 holes.

5. Secure the power box to the wall with 4 long screws

Figure 1-20

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6. Remove the bottom ring by turning it anticlockwise.

Bottom Ring

Figure 1-21

7. Secure the camera to the wall mount bracket with the provided short screws according

to the screw position for each model:

GV-EBD4700 / 4701 / 4704 / 4711 / 4712 / 4813 / 8700 / 8711 / 8800 / 8813 and GV-EBFC5800

Figure 1-22

GV-EBD2702 / 2704

Figure 1-23

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GV-ADR2701 / 4701

Figure 1-24

GV-ADR2702 / ADR4702 / TDR2700 / TDR2702 / TDR2704 / TDR4700 / TDR4702 / TDR4703 / TDR4704 / TDR4803 / TDR8805

Figure 1-25

8. Thread the Ethernet cable through the PG21 conduit connector and the power box as

shown in No. 8, Figure 1-26. Then connect the cable to the camera. To waterproof the

cable, see 1.8 Waterproofing the Cable.

9. Rotate the plastic ring to secure the conduit connector to the power box. Screw in the

cap as shown in No. 9, Figure 1-26.

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10. Screw the wall mount bracket to the power box as shown in No. 10, Figure 1-26.

Plastic Ring

Cap

8

9

10

Figure 1-26

11. Mount the bottom ring.

Figure 1-27

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1.1.5.2 GV-Mount212P

GV-Mount212P

Figure 1-28

GV-Mount212P Packing List

GV-Mount212P

Long Screw x 3

Short Screw x 3

Screw Anchor x 3

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Standard Installation

1 Attach the wall box to the wall and use a marker to mark the location for the center

socket and the screws. Make sure the knob points down.

This knob points down

Long Screw

Figure 1-29

2 Drill 3 holes according to the screw location. Then, drill a bigger hole at the center

socket location for the Ethernet cable.

3 Insert 3 screw anchors to the screw location and secure the wall box to the wall with 3

long screws.

4. Remove the bottom ring by turning it anticlockwise.

Bottom Ring

Figure 1-30

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5. Thread the Ethernet cable through the center socket and waterproof the Ethernet cable.

For details, see 1.8 Waterproofing the Cable.

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Figure 1-31

6. Fit the cable into the wall box.

7. Secure the camera by locking the provided short screws to the screw position for each

model:

GV-EBD2702 / 2704

Figure 1-32

GV-EBD4700 / 4701 / 4704 / 4711 / 4712 / 4813 / 8700 / 8711 / 8800 / 8813 and GV-EBFC5800

Figure 1-33

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8. Mount the bottom ring.

Note: In addition to the Standard Installation, you can also choose to run the Ethernet

cable through a corrugated tube. To do this, you will have to purchase your own conduit

connector and corrugated tube. 3/4 NPS is the recommended type of connector. After you

secure the wall box to the desired location, remove the knob at the bottom and connect the

conduit connector with a self-prepared corrugated tube to the wall box. Then, thread the

Ethernet cable through the corrugated tube and waterproof the cable.

NPS

Conduit Connector

Corrugated

Tube

Figure 1-34

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1.1.5.3 GV-Mount420 + GV-Mount211P

GV-Mount211P

GV-Mount420

Figure 1-35

GV-Mount420 Packing List

GV-Mount420

M4 Screw x 4

Additional Screw Kit

- M6 Screw x 4

- M6 Nut x 4

- M6 Plain Washer x 4

- M6 Split Washer x 4

Note: For GV-ADR / TDR / EBD Series, GV-Mount420 can only be used in conjunction

with GV-Mount211P.

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1. Unscrew the bracket.

Figure 1-36

2. Loosen the indicated area by turning it anticlockwise.

Power Box

Figure 1-37

3. Align and attach the power box to the back plate using the 4 supplied M4 screws as

indicated.

Figure 1-38

Note: Make sure the direction of the up indicator on the back plate match that of the

power box.

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4. Thread the 3 steel straps onto the back plate.

Figure 1-39

5. Follow Step 6 ~ 12 in 1.1.5.1 GV-Mount211P.

6. Secure the camera onto the desired pole by tightening the steel straps.

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1.1.5.4 GV-Mount212P + GV-Mount107

GV- Mount107

GV-Mount212P

Figure 1-40

GV-Mount107 Packing List

Pendant Bracket

Pendant Tube

Tube Connector

Torx Wrench

Note: Before installing GV-Mount107, note the following.

Install your GV-EBD Series camera on a GV-Mount212P by cutting a hole in the

center of the mount and thread the camera wires through.

Prepare 3 long screws for securing the Pendant Bracket to the ceiling.

GV-Mount107 optionally extends with GV-Mount704.

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1. Place GV-Mount107 on the ceiling and mark the location for the center socket and the 3

screws.

2. Drill the marks and secure the Pendant Bracket onto the ceiling.

Figure 1-41

3. Attach one end of the Pendant Tube to the Pendant Bracket, and the other end to the

Tube Connector.

4. Thread the necessary wires from the ceiling through the Pendant Tube and connect to

the camera wires.

Figure 1-42

5. Push and arrange the connected wires inside Mount212P.

6. Secure the camera onto the Tube Connector.

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1.2 GV-ABL / TBL Series & GV-BLFC5800

The Bullet IP Camera is an outdoor, fixed, network camera equipped with an automatic IR-

cut filter and an IR LED for day and night surveillance. For GV-BLFC5800, its equipped with

full color smart warm LEDs for accurate day and night surveillance. The camera supports

H.265 video codec to achieve better compression ratio while maintaining high quality image

at reduced network bandwidths. The camera adheres to IP66 / IP67 standards and can be

powered through PoE.

Model No. Specifications Description

GV-ABL2701-0F

Fixed lens

Fixed Iris, f: 4.0 mm, F/1.8, M12 Lens Mount 2 MP, H.265,

Low Lux, WDR GV-ABL2701-1F

Fixed Iris: f: 6.0 mm, F/1.8, M12 Lens Mount

GV-ABL2702 Varifocal Lens Fixed Iris, f: 2.8~12 mm, F/1.4, 14 mm Lens Mount

2 MP, H.265, Low Lux, WDR Pro

GV-ABL2703-0F

Fixed lens

Fixed Iris, f: 4.0 mm, F/2.0, M12 Lens Mount 2 MP, H.265,

Low Lux, WDR GV-ABL2703-1F

Fixed Iris: f: 6.0 mm, F/2.0, M12 Lens Mount

GV-ABL4701-0F Fixed Iris, f: 4.0 mm, F/1.8, M12 Lens Mount

4 MP, H.265, Super Low Lux, WDR

GV-ABL4701-1F Fixed Iris, f: 6.0 mm, F/1.8, M12 Lens Mount

GV-ABL4703 Fixed Iris, f: 4.0 mm, F/2.0, M12 Lens Mount

GV-ABL4711 Motorized varifocal lens

Fixed Iris, f: 2.8 ~ 12 mm, F/1.6, 14 mm Lens Mount

4 MP, H.265, Super Low Lux, WDR Pro

GV-ABL4712 Motorized varifocal lens

Fixed Iris, f: 2.8~12 mm, F/1.4, 14 mm Lens Mount

4 MP, H.265, Super Low Lux, WDR Pro

GV-ABL8712 8 MP, H.265 Super Low Lux, WDR Pro

GV-TBL2703-0F

Fixed lens

Fixed Iris, f: 4.0 mm, F/2.0, M12 Lens Mount

2 MP, H.265 Low Lux, WDR

GV-TBL2703-1F Fixed Iris, f: 6.0 mm, F/2.0, M12 Lens Mount

2 MP, H.265 Low Lux, WDR

GV-TBL2705 Fixed lens Fixed Iris, f: 4.0 mm, F/2.0, M12 Lens Mount

2 MP, H.265 Low Lux, WDR Pro

GV-TBL4700 Varifocal lens Fixed Iris, f: 2.8~12 mm, F/1.6, 14 mm Lens Mount 4 MP, H.265, Super

Low Lux, WDR GV-TBL4703 Fixed lens

Fixed Iris, f:4.0 mm, F/2.0, M12 Lens Mount

GV-TBL4705 Fixed lens Fixed Iris, f:4.0 mm, F/1.6, M12 Lens Mount 4 MP, H.265, Super

Low Lux, WDR Pro GV-TBL4710

Motorized varifocal lens

Fixed Iris, f: 2.8 ~ 12 mm, F/1.4, 14 mm Lens Mount

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GV-TBL4711 Fixed Iris, f: 2.8 ~ 12 mm, F/1.6, 14 mm Lens Mount 4 MP, H.265, Super

Low Lux, WDR Pro GV-TBL4810

Fixed Iris, f: 2.7 ~ 13.5 mm, F/1.2, 14 mm Lens Mount

GV-TBL8710 Fixed Iris, f: 2.8 ~ 12 mm, F/1.5, 14 mm Lens Mount

8 MP, H.265, Super Low Lux, WDR Pro

GV-TBL8804 Fixed lens Fixed Iris, f:4.0 mm, F/2.0, M12 Lens Mount

8 MP, H.265, Super Low Lux, WDR Pro, Warm LED

GV-TBL8810 Motorized varifocal lens

Fixed Iris, f: 2.8 ~ 12 mm, F/1.6, 14 mm Lens Mount

8 MP, H.265, Super Low Lux, WDR Pro

GV-BLFC5800 Fixed lens

Fixed Iris, f: 4 mm, F/1.0, M12 Lens Mount

5 MP, H.265, Super Low Lux, WDR Pro, Warm LED

1.2.1 Packing List

Bullet IP Camera Drill Template Paster

Screw Kit

Download Guide

Waterproof Rubber Set

1.2.2 Optional Accessories

Optional accessories can expand the capabilities and versatility of your camera. Contact your

dealer for more information.

Model Number Name Details

GV-Mount300-2 Convex Corner Mount

Dimensions: 137 x 233 x 160 mm (5.4 x 9.17 x 6.3)

Weight: 1.65 kg (3.64 lb)

GV-Mount310-2 Concave Corner Mount

Dimensions: 111.2 x 369.9 x 210 mm (2.6 x 11.4 x 6.6)

Weight: 1.65 kg (3.64 lb)

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GV-Mount420 (must be used with GV-Mount503)

Pole Mount Bracket

Dimensions: 120 x 120 x 53.4 mm ( 4.7 x 4.7 x 2.1) Weight: 0.45 kg (0.99 lb)

Steel Strap Diameter: 67 ~ 127 mm ( 2.6 ~ 5)

GV-Mount502 (for GV- ABL2701 Series / 2703 Series / 4701 Series / 4703 & TBL2703 Series / 4703)

Wall Mount Bracket

Dimensions: 93 x 93 x 39 mm (3.66 x 3.66 x 1.53) Weight: 0.235 kg (0.52 lb)

GV-Mount503 (for GV- ABL2702 / 4711 / 4712 / 8712, GV-TBL4700 / 4710 / 4711 / 8710 / 8810, GV-BLFC5800)

Wall Mount Bracket

Dimension: 125 x 125 x 55 mm (4.9 x4.9 x2.2)

Weight: 0.74 kg (1.63lb)

GV-Mount504 (for GV- TBL2705 / 4705 / 8804)

Wall Mount Bracket

Dimensions: 104.4 x 54.5 mm ( 4.11 x 2.15)

Weight: 0.36 kg (0.79 lb)

GV-PA191 Power over Ethernet (PoE) Adapter

GV-PA191 is a Power over Ethernet (PoE) adapter designed to provide power to the IP device through a single Ethernet cable.

GV-POE Switch GV-POE Switch is designed to provide power along with network connection for IP devices. GV-POE Switch is available in various models with different numbers and types of ports.

Power Adapter Contact our sales representatives for the countries and areas supported.

Note: All GV-Mount accessories mentioned above are not applicable to GV-TBL2705 / 4705 / 8804, except GV-Mount504.

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1.2.3 Overview

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

4705 / 8804

Figure 1-43

No. Description No. Description

1 Power connector (DC 12 V) 2Ethernet connector / PoE

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

Figure 1-44

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.

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

4810 / 8710 / 8810, and BLFC5800

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2 3 4 5

Figure 1-45

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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1.2.4 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

Figure 1-46

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

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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 / 4711 / 4810 / 8710 / 8810

BLFC5800

Figure 1-47

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

Figure 1-48

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5. Insert the screw anchors.

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

TBL4700 / 4710 / 4711 / 4810 / 8710 / 8810

BLFC5800

Figure 1-49

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

Locknut

Figure 1-50

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

Figure 1-51

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8. To adjust the monitoring direction:

GV-ABL2702 / 4711 / 4712 / 8712, TBL4700 / 4705 / 4710 / 4711 / 4810 / 8710 / 8804 /

8810, and BLFC5800

Figure 1-52-1

GV-TBL2705 / 4705 / 8804

Figure 1-52-2

For Open Installation

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

as shown in Figure 1-51.

1.2.5 Optional Installation

For GV-ABL2701 Series / 2703 Series / 4701 Series / 4703 & TBL2703 Series / 4703, you

can optionally purchase the following accessories to fit your mounting environment:

GV-Mount502 for Wall Box Mount: see section 1.2.5.1.

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For GV-ABL2702 / 4711 / 4712 / 8712, TBL4700 / 4710 / 4711 / 4810 / 8710 / 8810, and

BLFC5800, you can optionally purchase:

GV-Mount503 for Wall Box Mount: see section 1.2.5.2.

GV-Mount420 + GV-Mount503 for Pole Box Mount: see section 1.2.5.3.

GV-Mount300-2 / 310-2 for Corner Mount: see Appendix F. GV-Mount300-2 / 310-2.

GV-Mount503

Figure 1-53 Figure 1-54

GV-Mount503

GV-Mount420

Figure 1-55

For GV-TBL2705 / 4705 / 8804, you can optionally purchase:

GV-Mount504 for Wall Mount: see section 1.2.5.4.

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1.2.5.1 GV-Mount502

GV-Mount502 Packing List

GV-Mount502

M3 25 mm Screw x 4

M3 12 mm Screw x 4

Screw Anchor x 4

Plastic PG21 Conduit Connector

1. Unscrew the box cover.

Figure 1-56

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2. Loosen the knob by turning it anticlockwise.

Loosen the knob

Figure 1-57

3. Attach the box to the wall with the knob pointing down and use a marker to mark 4 dots.

4. Drill 4 holes according to the marks.

5. Insert the 4 screw anchors to the holes and secure the box to the wall with 4 long screws.

6. Secure the camera to the box cover with 4 short screws, as illustrated in No. 6, Figure 1-

58.

7. Thread the Ethernet cable through the PG21 conduit connector and the wall box, as

shown in No. 7, Figure 1-58. Then connect the cable to the camera. To waterproof the

Ethernet cable, see 1.8 Waterproofing the Cable.

8. Rotate the plastic ring to secure the conduit connector to the wall box. Screw in the cap,

as shown in No. 8, Figure 1-58.

9. Screw the box cover to the wall box, as shown in No. 9, Figure 1-58.

6

Plastic Ring Cap

9

7

8

9

7

6

Figure 1-58

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1.2.5.2 GV-Mount503

GV-Mount503 Packing List

GV-Mount503

Long Screw x 4

Short Screw x 4

Screw Anchor x 4

Plastic PG21 Conduit Connector

Waterproof Rubber Plug

1. Unscrew the box cover.

Figure 1-59

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2. Loosen the knobs by turning it anticlockwise.

Loosen the knob

Long Screw

Figure 1-60

3. Attach the box to the wall with the knobs pointing down and use a marker to mark 4 dots.

4. Drill 4 holes according to the marks.

5. Insert 4 screw anchors to the holes and secure the to the wall with 4 long screws.

6. Thread the camera cable through the box cover and secure the camera to the cover with

4 short screws.

7. Reattach the box cover to the power box, as shown in No. 7, Figure 1-61.

8. Thread the Ethernet cable through the PG21 conduit connector and the power box as

shown in No 8, Figure 1-61. Then connect the cable to the camera. To waterproof the

cable, see 1.8 Waterproofing the Cable.

9. Rotate the plastic ring to secure the conduit connector to the power box. Secure in the

cap, as shown in No 9, Figure 1-61

10. Secure the box cover to the power box, as shown in No 10, Figure 1-61.

Cap

10

7 Plastic Ring

13

9

8

Figure 1-61

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Note: Alternatively, you can use the supplied waterproof rubber plug to seal the box cover

by following the steps below.

1. Thread the camera cable through the box cover, and then through the supplied

waterproof rubber plug from the bottom side.

Figure 1-62

2. Align the gap of the waterproof rubber plug to the direction of the up indicator and

press firmly to embed the waterproof plug onto the inside of the box cover.

3. Thread the Ethernet cable through the power box and connect to the camera. Secure

the box cover to the power box.

1.2.5.3 GV-Mount420 + GV-Mount503

GV-Mount420 Packing List

GV-Mount420

M4 Screw x 4

Additional Screw Kit

- M6 Screw x 4

- M6 Nut x 4

- M6 Plain Washer x 4

- M6 Split Washer x 4

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Note: For GV-ABL2702 / 4711 / 4712 / 8712 and GV-TBL4700 / 4710 / 4711 / 4810 / 8710

/ 8810, GV-Mount420 can only be used in conjunction with GV-Mount503.

1. Follow Step 1 & 2 in 1.2.5.2 GV-Mount503.

2. Align and attach the power box to the back plate using the 4 supplied M4 screws as

indicated.

Figure 1-63

Note: Make sure the direction of the up indicator on the back plate matches that of the

power box.

3. Thread the 3 steel straps onto the back plate.

Figure 1-64

4. Follow Step 6 ~ 10 in 1.2.5.2 GV-Mount503.

5. Secure the camera onto the desired pole by tightening the steel straps.

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1.2.5.4 GV-Mount504

GV-Mount504 Packing List

GV-Mount504

Long Screw x 4

Short Screw x 3

Screw Anchor x 4

Drill Template Paster

Waterproof Rubber Plug

Plastic PG21 Conduit Connector

1. Unscrew the box cover.

Figure 1-65

2. Stick the drill template paster to the wall with the arrow pointing up.

3. Drill the 4 mounting holes according to the drill template.

4. Insert the 4 screw anchors to the mounting holes.

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5. Position the power box on the wall with the up indicator pointing up and align the

screw holes indicated below to the 4 mounting holes on the wall.

Figure 1-66

6. Secure the power box to the wall with the supplied long screws.

7. Thread the Ethernet cable through the center hole (proceed to Step 9) or through the

PG21 conduit connector and the power box as shown in No 8, Figure 1-61 (proceed to

Step 8).

8. Rotate the plastic ring to secure the conduit connector to the power box. Secure in the

cap, as shown in No 9, Figure 1-61.

9. Thread the camera cable through the box cover from the top, and then attach the

supplied waterproof rubber plug to the camera cable at around the camera base, as

shown in the figure below.

Figure 1-67

10. Press firmly to embed the waterproof plug onto the box cover.

11. Use the supplied short screws to secure the camera to the box cover at the indicated

holes below.

Figure 1-68

12. Connect the Ethernet cable to the camera cable, align the up indicators on the box

cover and power box, and then secure the box cover to the power box.

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1.3 GV-ADR / TDR Series

The IR Mini Fixed Rugged IP Dome is an outdoor, fixed, network camera equipped with an

automatic IR-cut filter and an IR LED for day and night surveillance. The camera supports

H.265 video codec to achieve better compression ratio while maintaining high quality image

at reduced network bandwidths. The WDR Pro models can produce clear image for scenes

containing contrasting intensity of lights.

Model No. Specifications Description

GV-ADR2701

Fixed lens

Fixed Iris, f: 2.8 mm, F/2.2, M12 Lens Mount

2 MP, H.265, Low Lux, WDR

GV-ADR2702-0F Fixed Iris, f: 2.8 mm, F/2.0, M12 Lens Mount

2 MP, H.265, Low Lux, WDR

GV-ADR2702-1F Fixed Iris, f: 4 mm, F/2.0, M12 Lens Mount

GV-ADR4701 Fixed Iris, f: 2.8 mm, F/1.8, M12 Lens Mount

4 MP, H.265, Super Low Lux, WDR

GV-ADR4702-0F Fixed Iris, f: 2.8 mm, F/2.0, M12 Lens Mount

GV-ADR4702-1F Fixed Iris, f: 4 mm, F/2.0, M12 Lens Mount

GV-TDR2700-0F Fixed Iris, f: 2.8 mm, F/1.6, M12 Lens Mount

2 MP, H.265, Low Lux, WDR Pro

GV-TDR2700-1F Fixed Iris, f: 4 mm, F/1.6, M12 Lens Mount

GV-TDR2702-0F Fixed Iris, f: 2.8 mm, F/2.0, M12 Lens Mount

2 MP, H.265, Low Lux, WDR

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GV-TDR2702-1F

Fixed lens

Fixed Iris, f: 4 mm, F/2.0, M12 Lens Mount

2 MP, H.265, Low Lux, WDR

GV-TDR2704-2F Fixed Iris, f: 2.8 mm, F/2.0, M12 Lens Mount

2 MP, H.265, Low Lux, WDR Pro

GV-TDR2704-4F Fixed Iris, f: 4 mm, F/2.0, M12 Lens Mount

GV-TDR4700-0F Fixed Iris, f: 2.8 mm, F/2.0, M12 Lens Mount

4 MP, H.265, Super Low Lux, WDR Pro

GV-TDR4700-1F Fixed Iris, f: 3.6 mm, F/2.0, M12 Lens Mount

GV-TDR4702-0F Fixed Iris, f: 2.8 mm, F/2.0, M12 Lens Mount

4 MP, H.265, Super Low Lux, WDR

GV-TDR4702-1F Fixed Iris, f: 4 mm, F/2.0, M12 Lens Mount

GV-TDR4703-2F Fixed Iris, f: 2.8 mm, F/2.0, M12 Lens Mount

4 MP, H.265, Super Low Lux, WDR Pro

GV-TDR4703-4F Fixed Iris, f: 4 mm, F/2.0, M12 Lens Mount

GV-TDR4704-2F Fixed Iris, f: 2.8 mm, F/1.6, M12 Lens Mount

GV-TDR4704-4F Fixed Iris, f: 4 mm, F/1.6, M12 Lens Mount

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GV-TDR4803-2F

Fixed lens

Fixed Iris, f: 2.8 mm, F/1.6, M12 Lens Mount

4 MP, H.265, Super Low Lux, WDR Pro

GV-TDR4803-4F Fixed Iris, f: 4 mm, F/1.6, M12 Lens Mount

GV-TDR8805 Fixed lens Fixed Iris, f: 2.8 mm, F/1.6, M12 Lens Mount

5 MP, H.265, Super Low Lux, WDR Pro

1.3.1 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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1.3.2 Optional Accessories

Optional accessories can expand the capabilities and versatility of your camera. Contact your

dealer for more information.

Model Number Name Details

GV-Mount107 (must be used with GV-Mount213)

Pendant Bracket

Dimensions: 120 x 334 mm ( 4.72 x 13.15) Weight: 0.74 kg (1.63 lb)

GV-Mount211P Wall Mount and Junction Box

Dimensions: 233 x 125 x 125 mm (9.2 x 4.9 x 4.9) Weight: 1 kg (2.2 lb)

GV-Mount213 Wall / Ceiling Box Mount

Dimensions: 109 x 39 mm

( 4.3 x 1.5)

Weight: 0.2 kg (0.44 lb)

GV-Mount300-2 (must be used with GV-Mount211P or GV-Mount213 for GV-ADR2701 / 4701)

Convex Corner Mount

Dimensions: 137 x 233 x 160 mm (5.4 x 9.17 x 6.3)

Weight: 1.65 kg (3.64 lb)

GV-Mount310-2 (must be used with GV-Mount211P or GV-Mount213 for GV-ADR2701 / 4701)

Concave Corner Mount

Dimensions: 111.2 x 369.9 x 210 mm (2.6 x 11.4 x 6.6)

Weight: 1.65 kg (3.64 lb)

GV-Mount420 (must be used with GV-Mount211P)

Pole Mount Bracket

Dimensions: 120 x 120 x 53.4 mm ( 4.7 x 4.7 x 2.1) Weight: 0.45 kg (0.99 lb)

Steel Strap Diameter: 67 ~ 127 mm ( 2.6 ~ 5)

GV-Mount704 (must be used with GV-Mount107)

Extension Tube

Dimensions: 3.5 x 10 or 20 or 30 or 50 cm ( 1.38 x 3.9 or 7.9 or 11.8 or 19.7) Weight: 225g or 360g or 500g or 780g (0.5 lb or 0.79 lb or 1.1 lb or 1.72 lb)

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GV-PA191 Power over Ethernet (PoE) Adapter

GV-PA191 is a Power over Ethernet (PoE) adapter designed to provide power to the IP device through a single Ethernet cable.

GV-POE Switch GV-POE Switch is designed to provide power along with network connection for IP devices. GV-POE Switch is available in various models with different numbers and types of ports.

Power Adapter Contact our sales representatives for the countries and areas supported.

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1.3.3 Overview

1

3

2

3

4

Figure 1-69

No. Description

1 Ethernet connector / PoE

2 Power connector (DC 12 V)

3 Transparent Dome Cover

4 For GV-TDR2700 / 4700 / 4703 / 4803 series and 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

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1.3.4 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.

Figure 1-70

2. Insert the screw anchors.

Figure 1-71

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

4. Connect the cables and secure the camera.

Figure 1-72

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

Figure 1-73

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

Figure 1-74

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

tightly held by the six retainers on the bottom ring.

Figure 1-75

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 Figure 1-72.

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1.3.5 Optional Installation

You can optionally purchase the following accessories to fit your mounting environment:

GV-Mount211P for Wall Mount: see section 1.1.5.1.

GV-Mount213 for Wall / Ceiling Box Mount: see section 1.3.5.1

GV-Mount420 + GV-Mount211P for Pole Box Mount:see section 1.1.5.3.

GV-Mount213 + Mount107 for Pendant Bracket Mount: see section 1.1.5.4.

GV-Mount300-2 / 310-2 for Corner Mount: see Appendix F. GV-Mount300-2 / 310-2.

1.3.5.1 GV-Mount213

GV-Mount213

Figure 1-76

GV-Mount213 Packing List

GV-Mount213

Long Screw x 3

Short Screw x 3

Screw Anchor x 3

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1. Attach the GV-Mount213 to the wall / ceiling and use a marker to mark the location for

the center socket and the 3 screws.

Figure 1-77

Note: To prevent rain from getting into GV-ADR2701 / 2702 / 4701 / 4702 & TDR2702 /

2704 / 4702 / 4703 / 4704 / 4803 / 8805,

For ceiling mount installation, turn the indicated hole inwards.

For wall mount installation, make sure the indicated hole points down and towards the

ground.

Figure 1-78

2. Drill 3 holes according to the screw locations. Then, drill a bigger hole at the center

socket location for the Ethernet cable.

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3. Insert 3 screw anchors to the screw locations and secure the GV-Mount213 to the wall /

ceiling with 3 long screws.

4. Thread the Ethernet cable through the center socket and waterproof the Ethernet cable.

For details, see 1.8 Waterproofing the Cable.

Figure 1-79

5. Fit the cable into the GV-Mount213.

6. Remove the camera cover and fasten the camera to the wall box mount as indicated

below using the supplied short screws.

GV-ADR2701 / 4701

Figure 1-80

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GV-ADR2702 / ADR4702 / TDR2700 / TDR2702 / TDR2704 / TDR4700 / TDR4702 / TDR4703 / TDR4704 / TDR4803 / TDR8805

Figure 1-81

7. Secure the camera cover.

Note: In addition to the Standard Installation, you can also choose to run the Ethernet

cable through a corrugated tube. To do this, see Figure 1-34 and its related Note.

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1.4 GV-AVD / TVD Series

The Vandal Proof IP Dome is an outdoor camera designed with IK10 vandal resistance and

IP67 ingress protection. The camera is equipped with an automatic IR-cut filter and IR LEDs

for day and night surveillance. Adjustable in 3 axes (pan, tilt and rotate), it offers an entry-

level surveillance solution with all the essential features and excellent image quality.

Model No. Specifications Description

GV-AVD2700 Varifocal lens Fixed Iris, f: 2.8~12 mm, F/1.4, 14 mm Lens Mount

2MP, H.265, Low Lux, WDR

GV-AVD4710

Motorized varifocal lens

4 MP, H.265, Super Low Lux, WDR Pro

GV-AVD8710 Fixed Iris, f: 2.8~12 mm, F/1.5, 14 mm Lens Mount

8 MP, H.265, Super Low Lux, WDR Pro

GV-TVD4700 Varifocal lens Fixed Iris, f: 2.8~12 mm, F1.6, 14 mm Lens Mount

4 MP, H.265, Super Low Lux, WDR

GV-TVD4710

Motorized varifocal lens

Fixed Iris, f: 2.8~12 mm, F/1.4, 14 mm Lens Mount

4 MP, H.265, Super Low Lux, WDR Pro

GV-TVD4711 Fixed Iris, f: 2.8~12 mm, F/1.6, 14 mm Lens Mount

4 MP, H.265, Super Low Lux, WDR Pro

GV-TVD4810 Fixed Iris, f: 2.7~13.5 mm, F/1.2, 14 mm Lens Mount

4 MP, H.265, Super Low Lux, WDR Pro

GV-TVD8710 Fixed Iris, f: 2.8~12 mm, F/1.5, 14 mm Lens Mount 8 MP, H.265,

Super Low Lux, WDR Pro

GV-TVD8810 Fixed Iris, f: 2.8~12 mm, F/1.6, 14 mm Lens Mount

Note: GV-Mount606 is not supported by GV-TVD4711.

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1.4.1 Packing List

1.4.1.1 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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1.4.1.2 GV-AVD / TVD Series

IR Vandal Proof IP Dome Waterproof Rubber Set

Screw Kit

Drill Template Paster

Torx Wrench

Download Guide

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1.4.2 Optional Accessories

Optional accessories can expand the capabilities and versatility of your camera. Contact your

dealer for more information.

Model Number Name Details

GV-Mount107 (must be used with GV-Mount212P / GV-Mount212-2)

Pendant Bracket

Dimensions: 120 x 334 mm

( 4.72 x 13.15) Weight: 0.74 kg (1.63 lb)

GV-Mount211-2 Wall Mount and Junction Box

Dimensions: 253 x 125 x 125 mm (10 x 4.9 x 4.9)

Weight: 0.92 kg (2.02 lb)

GV-Mount211P

(for GV-TVD4711)

Dimensions: 233 125 x 125 mm ( 9.2 x 4.9 x 4.9)

Weight: 1 kg (2.2 lb)

GV-Mount212-2 Ceiling Box Mount

Dimensions: 145 x 40 mm

( 5.7 x 1.6)

Weight: 0.24 kg (0.5 lb)

GV-Mount212P

(for GV-TVD4711)

Dimensions: 126 x 36 mm

( 5.0 x 1.4)

Weight: 0.22 kg (0.48 lb)

GV-Mount300-2 Convex Corner Mount

Dimensions: 137 x 233 x 160 mm (5.4 x 9.17 x 6.3)

Weight: 1.65 kg (3.64 lb)

GV-Mount310-2 Concave Corner Mount

Dimensions: 111.2 x 369.9 x 210 mm (2.6 x 11.4 x 6.6)

Weight: 1.65 kg (3.64 lb)

GV-Mount420 (must be used with GV-Mount211P / GV-Mount211-2)

Pole Mount Bracket

Dimensions: 120 x 120 x 53.4 mm ( 4.7 x 4.7 x 2.1) Weight: 0.45 kg (0.99 lb)

Steel Strap Diameter: 67 ~ 127 mm ( 2.6 ~ 5)

GV-Mount606 In-Ceiling Mount

Dimensions: 235 x 63 mm ( 9.3 x 2.5)

In-ceiling hole: 195 mm ( 7.67)

Weight: 0.49 kg (1.1 lb)

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GV-Mount704 (must be used with GV-Mount107)

Extension Tube

Dimensions: 3.5 x 10 or 20 or 30 or 50 cm ( 1.38 x 3.9 or 7.9 or 11.8 or 19.7) Weight: 225g or 360g or 500g or 780g (0.5 lb or 0.79 lb or 1.1 lb or 1.72 lb)

GV-Mount921 (for standard US single and double gang boxes only)

Power over Ethernet (PoE) Adapter

Dimensions: 145 x 13 mm

( 5.7 x 0.5)

Weight: 0.13 kg (0.29 lb)

GV-PA191 Power over Ethernet (PoE) Adapter

GV-PA191 is a Power over Ethernet (PoE) adapter designed to provide power to the IP device through a single Ethernet cable.

GV-POE Switch GV-POE Switch is designed to provide power along with network connection for IP devices. GV-POE Switch is available in various models with different numbers and types of ports.

Power Adapter Contact our sales representatives for the countries and areas supported.

Note: GV-Mount606 / Mount921 is not applicable to GV-TVD4711.

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

8810

1

2

3 4

5

6

7

8

9

Figure 1-82

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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1.4.3.2 GV-TVD4711

1

2

3

4

6 7 9 105 8 11 12

Figure 1-83

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.

Figure 1-84

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1.4.4 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.

1.4.4.1 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

Figure 1-85

2. Insert the screw anchors.

Drill a hole to lead the cables out of the ceiling

Knock in screw anchors

Figure 1-86

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

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4. Connect the camera cables and secure the camera.

Figure 1-87

5. Insert a SD card into the slot.

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

Figure 1-88

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 Figure 1-87.

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1.4.4.2 GV-TVD4711

1. Follow steps 1 to 3 in 1.4.4.1 GV-AVD2700 / 4710 / 8710, GV-TVD4700 / 4710 / 4810 /

8710 / 8810.

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.

Figure 1-89

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.

Figure 1-90

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.

1.4.5 Optional Installation

You can optionally purchase the following accessories to fit your mounting environment:

GV-Mount211P / GV-Mount212P for Wall Box Mount: see section 1.1.5.1 and 1.1.5.2.

GV-Mount420 + GV-Mount211P for Pole Box Mount: see section 1.1.5.3.

GV-Mount212P / GV-Mount212-2 + GV-Mount107 for Pendant Tube Mount: see

section 1.1.5.4.

GV-Mount211-2 for Wall Mount: see section 1.4.5.1.

GV-Mount212-2 for Wall / Ceiling Box Mount: see section 1.4.5.2.

GV-Mount420 + GV-Mount211-2 for Pole Box Mount:see section 1.4.5.3.

GV-Mount606 for In-Ceiling Bracket Mount: see section 1.4.5.4.

GV-Mount300-2 / 310-2 for Corner Mount: see Appendix F. GV-Mount300-2 / 310-2.

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1.4.5.1 GV-Mount211-2

GV-Mount211-2

Figure 1-91

GV-Mount211-2 Packing List

GV-Mount211-2

Long Screw x 5

Short Screw x 4

Screw Anchor x 5

Plastic PG21 Conduit Connector

Drill Template Paster

1. To install the power box from the wall mount bracket on the wall, follow steps 1 to 5 in

1.1.5.1 GV-Mount211P.

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

Figure 1-92

3. Optionally insert a SD card into the slot.

4. Thread the camera cables through the bracket.

5. Secure the camera to the wall mount bracket with the provided short screws.

Figure 1-93

6. Thread the Ethernet cable through the PG21 conduit connector and the power box, as

shown in No 6, Figure 1-90. Then connect the cable to the camera.

7. Rotate the plastic ring to secure the conduit connector to the power box. Screw in the cap

shown in No 7, Figure 1-90.

8. Screw the wall mount bracket to the power box, as shown in No. 8, Figure 1-94.

Cap

6

7

Plastic Ring

8

Figure 1-94

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1.4.5.2 GV-Mount212-2

GV-Mount212-2

Figure 1-95

GV-Mount212-2 Packing List

GV-Mount212-2

Long Screw x 3

Short Screw x 3

Screw Anchor x 3

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1. Attach the ceiling box to the ceiling and use a marker to mark the location for the center

socket and the screws. Make sure the knob points inwards.

Screw Location

This knob points down

Figure 1-96

2. Drill 3 holes according to the screw location. Then, drill a bigger hole at the center socket

location for the Ethernet cable.

3. Insert 3 screw anchors to the screw location and secure the ceiling box to the ceiling with

3 long screws.

4. Thread the Ethernet cable through the center socket, connect other wires and fit the

camera cable into the ceiling box. See 1.8 Waterproofing the Cable.

Figure 1-97

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

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6. Secure the camera to the ceiling box.

Figure 1-98

Note: In addition to the Standard Installation, you can also choose to run the Ethernet cable through a corrugated tube. To do this, see Figure 1-34 and its related Note.

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1.4.5.3 GV-Mount420 + GV-Mount211-2

GV-Mount211-2

GV-Mount420

Figure 1-99

GV-Mount420 Packing List

GV-Mount420

M4 Screw x 4

Additional Screw Kit

- M6 Screw x 4

- M6 Nut x 4

- M6 Plain Washer x 4

- M6 Split Washer x 4

Note: For GV-AVD Series, GV-Mount420 can only be used in conjunction with GV- Mount211-2.

1. Follow Step 1 ~ 4 in 1.1.5.3 GV-Mount420 + GV-Mount211P.

2. Follow Step 2 ~ 8 in 1.4.5.1 GV-Mount211-2.

3. Secure the camera onto the desired pole by tightening the steel straps.

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1.4.5.4 GV-Mount606

GV- Mount606

Figure 1-100

GV-Mount606 Packing List

In-Ceiling Mount Bracket

In-Ceiling Cover

In-Ceiling Plate

Drill Template Paster

Screw Kit:

- M4 Screw (8 mm) x 3

- M4 Screw (40 mm) x 2

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1. Paste the drill template to the ceiling and drill the ceiling to the size of the drill template.

2. Place the In-Ceiling Plate behind the ceiling with the flat side facing down.

3. Loosen the knob on the side of the camera and thread the camera wires through.

4. Thread the camera wires through the side of the In-Ceiling Mount Bracket and place the

camera in the Mount Bracket.

Figure 1-101

5. Open the transparent dome cover and insert the 3 M4 Screws (8 mm).

6. Align and secure the camera to the Mount Bracket with 3 M4 Screws (8 mm).

Figure 1-102

7. Connect the camera wires to the necessary wires.

8. Secure the housing cover, flip and hold the camera upside down against the ceiling.

9. Align and secure the Mount Bracket to the In-Ceiling Plate with 2 M4 Screws (40 mm).

Figure 1-103

10. Put on the In-Ceiling Cover to finish installation.

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1.5 GV-TFD Series

The IR Mini Fixed IP Dome is an indoor, fixed, network camera equipped with an automatic

IR-cut filter and an IR LED for day and night surveillance. The camera supports H.265 video

codec to achieve better compression ratio while maintaining high quality image at reduced

network bandwidths.

Model No. Specifications Description

GV-TFD4700 Fixed lens Fixed Iris, f: 2.8 mm, F/2.0, M12 Lens Mount

4 MP, H.265, Super Low Lux, WDR Pro

GV-TFD4800 Fixed lens Fixed Iris, f: 2.8 mm, F/1.6, M12 Lens Mount

4 MP, H.265, Super Low Lux, WDR Pro

1.5.1 Packing List

IR Mini Fixed IP Dome

Screw Kit

2-Pin Power Terminal Block (only for GV-TFD4700)

Torx Wrench

Drill Template Paster

Download Guide

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1.5.2 Optional Accessories

Optional accessories can expand the capabilities and versatility of your camera. Contact your

dealer for more information.

Model Number Name Details

GV-Mount107 (must be used with GV-Mount213)

Pendant Bracket

Dimensions: 120 x 334 mm ( 4.72 x 13.15) Weight: 0.74 kg (1.63 lb)

GV-Mount211P Wall Mount and Junction Box

Dimensions: 233 x 125 x 125 mm (9.2 x 4.9 x 4.9) Weight: 1 kg (2.2 lb)

GV-Mount213 Wall / Ceiling Box Mount

Dimensions: 109 x 39 mm

( 4.3 x 1.5)

Weight: 0.2 kg (0.44 lb)

GV-Mount300-2 Convex Corner Mount

Dimensions: 137 x 233 x 160 mm (5.4 x 9.17 x 6.3)

Weight: 1.65 kg (3.64 lb)

GV-Mount310-2 Concave Corner Mount

Dimensions: 111.2 x 369.9 x 210 mm (2.6 x 11.4 x 6.6)

Weight: 1.65 kg (3.64 lb)

GV-Mount420 (must be used with GV-Mount211P)

Pole Mount Bracket

Dimensions: 120 x 120 x 53.4 mm ( 4.7 x 4.7 x 2.1) Weight: 0.45 kg (0.99 lb)

Steel Strap Diameter: 67 ~ 127 mm ( 2.6 ~ 5)

GV-Mount704 (must be used with GV-Mount107)

Extension Tube

Dimensions: 3.5 x 10 or 20 or 30 or 50 cm ( 1.38 x 3.9 or 7.9 or 11.8 or 19.7) Weight: 225g or 360g or 500g or 780g (0.5 lb or 0.79 lb or 1.1 lb or 1.72 lb)

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GV-PA191 Power over Ethernet (PoE) Adapter

GV-PA191 is a Power over Ethernet (PoE) adapter designed to provide power to the IP device through a single Ethernet cable.

GV-POE Switch GV-POE Switch is designed to provide power along with network connection for IP devices. GV-POE Switch is available in various models with different numbers and types of ports.

Power Adapter Contact our sales representatives for the countries and areas supported.

1.5.3 Overview

1.5.3.1 GV-TFD4700 / 4800

6 7 9 105 8 11 12

Figure 1-104

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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1.5.4 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.

1.5.4.1 GV-TFD4700 / 4800

For Concealed Installation

1. Follow steps 1 to 3 in 1.3.4 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 Figure 1-90.

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

the side with the UP indicator.

Figure 1-105

Figure 1-106

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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.

1.5.5 Optional Installation

For optional installations, refer to 1.3.5 Optional Installation.

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1.6 GV-FER5702

The IR Fisheye Rugged IP Camera is an outdoor, fixed, network camera equipped with an

automatic IR-cut filter and an IR LED for day and night surveillance. The camera supports

H.265 video codec to achieve better compression ratio while maintaining high quality image

at reduced network bandwidths. The camera adheres to IP66 standards for dust / water

protection and IK10 for metal casing and can be powered through PoE. With its WDR Pro, it

can process scenes with contrasting intensity of lights and produce clear image. It is also

equipped with a built-in micro SD card slot for local storage.

Model No. Specifications Description

GV-FER5702 Fixed lens Fixed Iris, f: 4.0 mm, F/1.4, M12 Lens Mount

5 MP, H.265, Super Low Lux, WDR Pro

1.6.1 Packing List

IR Fisheye Rugged IP Camera

(GV-FER5702)

Drill Template Paster

Waterproof Rubber Set

Download Guide

Screw Kit

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1.6.2 Optional Accessories

Model Number Name Details

GV-Mount107 (must be used with GV- Mount212P)

Pendant Bracket

Dimensions: 120 x 334 mm ( 4.72 x 13.15) Weight: 0.74 kg (1.63 lb)

GV-Mount212P Wall Box Mount

Dimensions: 126 x 36 mm ( 5.0 x 1.4) Weight: 0.22 kg (0.48 lb)

GV-Mount300-2 Convex Corner Mount

Dimensions: 137 x 233 x 160 mm (5.4 x 9.17 x 6.3) Weight: 1.65 kg (3.64 lb)

GV-Mount310-2 Concave Corner Mount

Dimensions: 111.2 x 369.9 x 210 mm (2.6 x 11.4 x 6.6) Weight: 1.65 kg (3.64 lb)

GV-Mount704 (must be used with GV- Mount107)

Extension Tube

Dimensions: 3.5 x 10 or 20 or 30 or 50 cm ( 1.38 x 3.9 or 7.9 or 11.8 or 19.7) Weight: 225g or 360g or 500g or 780g (0.5 lb or 0.79 lb or 1.1 lb or 1.72 lb)

GV-PA191 GV-PA191 is a Power over Ethernet (PoE) adapter designed to

provide power to the IP device through a single Ethernet cable.

GV-PoE Switch

GV-PoE Switch is designed to provide power along with network

connection for IP devices. GV-PoE Switch is available in various

models with different numbers and types of ports.

Power Adapter Contact our sales representatives for the countries and areas

supported.

Note:

1. For the restriction on installing GV-FER5702 to the wall, see Appendix I.

2. GV-Mount211P + GV-Mount300-2 and GV-Mount211P + GV-Mount310-2 are only for US markets. Please note that using a pendant or corner mount with the Fisheye camera may cause an IR reflection due to its 360-degree IR.

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1.6.3 Overview

1.6.3.1 GV-FER5702

Figure 1-107

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 +

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Load Default Button

Figure 1-108

No. Description No. Description

1 Load default button 2 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.

1.6.4 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.

Figure 1-109

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2. Insert the screw anchors.

Figure 1-110

3. Remove the housing by turning it anticlockwise.

Figure 1-111

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

housing by turning it clockwise.

Figure 1-112

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You can optionally purchase the following accessories to fit your mounting environment:

GV-Mount212P for Wall Box Mount: see similar installation procedures in section

1.1.5.2.

GV-Mount107 + GV-Mount212P for Pendant Tube Mount: see similar installation

procedures in section 1.1.5.4.

GV-Mount107 + GV-Mount704 + GV-Mount212P: see similar installation procedures in

section 1.1.5.4.

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1.7 GV-PTZ5810-IR

GV-PTZ5810-IR is an indoor network PTZ camera that offers 5x optical zoom, capable of

showing smooth live view with great details. This camera can simultaneously deliver three

video streams in resolutions up to 2880 x 1620 at 30 fps. In low-light environments, night

vision is enhanced with its LEDs, which allow up to 30 m (100 ft) effective IR distance. The

camera can process scenes with contrasting intensity of lights and produce clear image

using the built-in WDR Pro. GV-PTZ5810-IR supports H.265 video codec to achieve better

compression ratio while maintaining high quality pictures at reduced network bandwidths.

Model No. Specifications Description

GV-PTZ5810-IR Motorized lens Fixed Iris, f: 2.7 ~ 13.5 mm, F/1.2

5 MP, H.265, Super Low Lux, WDR Pro

1.7.1 Packing List

IR Mini PTZ IP Camera

(GV-PTZ5810-IR)

Drill Template Paster

Screw Kit

Download Guide

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1.7.2 Optional Accessories

Optional accessories can expand the capabilities and versatility of your camera. Contact your

dealer for more information.

Model Number Name Details

GV-Mount107

(must be used with GV- Mount212P)

Pendant Bracket

Dimensions: 120 x 334 mm ( 4.72" x 13.15")

Weight: 0.74 kg (1.63 lb)

GV-Mount211PWall Mount and Junction Box

Dimensions: 233 x 125 x 125 mm / (9.2" x 4.9" x 4.9")

Weight: 1 kg (2.2 lb)

GV-Mount212P Wall Box Mount

Dimensions: 126 x 36 mm ( 5.0" x 1.4")

Weight: 0.22 kg (0.48 lb)

GV-Mount300-2 Convex Corner Mount

Dimensions: 137 x 233 x 160 mm (5.4" x 9.17" x 6.3")

Weight: 1.65 kg (3.64 lb)

GV-Mount310-2 Concave Corner Mount

Dimensions: 111.2 x 369.9 x 210 mm (2.6" x 11.4" x 6.6")

Weight: 1.65 kg (3.64 lb)

GV-Mount420

(must be used with GV- Mount211P)

Pole Mount Bracket

Dimensions: 120 x 120 x 53.4 mm ( 4.7" x 4.7" x 2.1")

Weight: 0.45 kg (0.99 lb)

Steel Strap Diameter: 67 ~ 127 mm ( 2.6" ~ 5")

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GV-Mount704

(must be used with GV- Mount107)

Extension Tube

Dimensions: 3.5 x 10 or 20 or 30 or 50 cm ( 1.38" x 3.9" or 7.9" or 11.8" or x 19.7")

Weight: 225 g or 360 g or 500 g or 780 g (0.5 lb or 0.79 lb or 1.1 lb or 1.72 lb)

GV-POE Switch GV-POE Switch is designed to provide power along with network connection for IP devices. The GV-POE Switch is available in various models with different numbers and types of ports.

Power Adapter Contact our sales representatives for the countries and areas supported.

1.7.3 Overview

1.7.3.1 GV-PTZ5810-IR

Figure 1-113

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

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Load Default Button

Figure 1-114

No. Description No. Description

1 Load default button 2 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.

1.7.4 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

Figure 1-115

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

drill template.

Figure 1-116

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

Figure 1-117

4. Secure the camera to the adpater plate and rotate the camera counterclockwise until its

fastened.

Figure 1-118

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1.7.5 Optional Installation

You can optionally purchase the following accessories to fit your mounting environment:

GV-Mount107 + GV-Mount212P for Pendant Tube Mount: see similar installation

procedures in section 1.1.5.4.

GV-Mount211P / GV-Mount212P for Wall Box Mount: see section 1.1.5.1 and 1.1.5.2.

GV-Mount300-2 / 310-2 for Corner Mount: see Appendix F. GV-Mount300-2 / 310-2.

GV-Mount420 + GV-Mount211P for Pole Box Mount: see section 1.1.5.3.

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1.8 System 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) and Photo (see 3.7.3 Backing Up Storage) are not supported by Google Chrome.

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

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1.9 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

Figure 1-119

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

3 2 1

Insert in order

1

Figure 1-120

3. Insert the cylindrical waterproof ring into waterproof bolt.

Cylindrical waterproof ring

Waterproof bolt

Figure 1-121

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

Figure 1-122

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5. Screw in the waterproof bolt lid.

Bolt lid

Figure 1-123

6. Finish the waterproof installation.

Figure 1-124

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

Figure 1-125

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 manual.

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Chapter 2 Accessing the Camera

Once installed, the IP camera is accessible on a network. Follow these steps to configure the

network settings and access your surveillance images.

2.1 Installing on a Network

These instructions describe the basic connections to install the camera on the network.

1. Using a standard network cable, connect the camera to your network.

2. Connect to power using one of the following methods:

Use the optional power adapter to connect to power.

Use the Power over Ethernet (PoE) function in which power is supplied over the

network cable.

3. You can now access the Web interface of the camera.

If the camera is installed in a LAN with DHCP server, use GV-IP Device Utility to look

up the cameras dynamic IP address. See 2.1.1 Looking up the Dynamic IP Address

and Logging In.

If the camera is installed in a LAN without DHCP server, the default IP address

192.168.0.10 is applied. To assign a different static IP address, see 2.1.2 Configuring

the IP Address.

Note: You must set your browser to allow ActiveX Control and perform a one-time installation of the ActiveX component onto your computer upon your first login.

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2.1.1 Looking Up the Dynamic IP Address and Logging In

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

assigned with a dynamic IP address. Follow the steps below to look up its IP address and log

in the Web interface.

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

Note:

1. The PC installed with GV-IP Device Utility must be under the same LAN as the camera you wish to configure.

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

2. On the GV-IP Device 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.

Figure 2-1

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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2.1.2 Configuring the IP Address

By default, when the device is connected to LAN without a DHCP server, it is assigned with a

static IP address of 192.168.0.10. Follow the steps below to assign a new IP address to

avoid IP conflict with other GeoVision devices.

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 Network.

Figure 2-2

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.

Note: When you are changing the network segment through the Web interface or GV-IP Device Utility, it is required that you change the default gateway, too, for the change to take effect.

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2.2 Accessing Live View

After logging into the camera, you will see the Home page as shown below:

Figure 2-3

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 3.5.1 Image.

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.

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6 Play/Stop Play or stop live video.

7 Video Volume Only for the 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 Digital

Zoom.

14 Face Snapshot

Only for face-snapshot-supporting models, start or

stop face snapshot.

By activating this function, the camera takes face snapshots, and

displays them on the right of the live view window. Before

activating this function, you must enable Face Detection - See

3.6.1.7 Face Detection.

15 Full Screen Display in full screen mode.

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

cameras optical zoom and focus functions.

17 Reset the packet loss rate to zero.

18

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 Parameters.

2. The No. 17 and 18 buttons will appear on the floating toolbar when you move the

mouse cursor onto the live view.

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2.2.1 Digital Zoom

To use the digital zoom function, follow these steps:

1. Click (No. 13, Figure 2-4) on the toolbar.

2. Click and drag the mouse button in any direction to specify an area.

3. To restore the original image size, right click on the enlarged area.

4. To exit, click (No. 13, Figure 2-4) on the toolbar.

2.2.2 Start Recording

For models with local storage, you can start/stop recording manually or by schedule. At the

top of Home page, select Setup, select Storage in the left menu and select Storage. For

details, see 3.8.1 Formatting Storage.

Figure 2-4

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2.3 PTZ Control Panel

In this section, you will be guided through the various functions of PTZ Control Panel. The

PTZ Control Panel is accessed from the live view interface of the camera.

Note this is only applicable to GV-PTZ5810-IR.

2.3.1 Accessing the PTZ Control Panel

Figure 2-5

No. Item Function

1 Auto Pan Start or stop auto panning of the camera.

2 PTZ Control Panel Control the direction of the camera and release the control.

3 PTZ Speed Adjust the moving speed of the PTZ camera.

4 Zoom Adjust the cameras zoom (optical).

5 Focus Adjust the cameras focus.

6 Screen Lock Lock or unlock the camera direction.

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7 Preset Select a preset and the camera goes to the selected preset.

-- See 2.3.2 Setting Presets.

8 Patrol Select a patrol route. -- See 2.3.3 Setting Patrol.

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2.3.2 Setting Presets

You can create and delete preset points by clicking Preset on the control panel of Live View.

Adding a Preset

1. Select Preset on the control panel, and adjust the camera view to the desired direction,

zoom and focus.

4

Figure 2-6

2. Click the Add button to add it as a preset.

3. Type a number and name for the preset and click OK.

Going to a Preset

On the control panel, click for a preset. The PTZ camera goes to the selected preset.

Figure 2-7

Deleting a Preset

On the control panel, click for a preset and confirm the delete.

Figure 2-8

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2.3.3 Setting Patrol

A patrol route is the track by which the camera follows when moving from a preset to the next.

The length of time that the camera stays at each preset is configurable. Multiple patrol routes

are allowed for the camera.

Patrol actions include going to a preset and staying at the preset for a certain amount of time

before going to the next. You can set the rotation direction, zoom, rotation speed, patrol time,

and stay time. You can also record a route and add it to the action list.

Note: To enable Preset Snapshot, see 3.4.5 Patrol.

To access the Patrol functions, click Patrol on the control panel of Live View.

Adding a Patrol Route

1. On the control panel, click the Add button to add a patrol route.

Figure 2-9

2. On the Add Patrol page, type the desired route ID and name.

3. Click Add to add a patrol action. Use the buttons to adjust the sequence of the actions

and click OK.

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Note: 1. It is recommended that the first action type is Go to Preset. 2. If Keep Rotating is selected, the camera will rotate at the set speed and zoom in the set

direction or position for a certain amount of time.

Starting a Patrol Route

After you have added a patrol route, you can start patrolling by clicking on the control

panel.

Figure 2-10

Editing a Patrol Route

On the control panel, click to modify the ID, name and movement of an existing patrol

route.

Figure 2-11

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Delete a Patrol Route

On the control panel, click for a patrol route and confirm the delete.

Figure 2-12

Making a Patrol Plan

You can set up the camera to perform different patrol routes at different time periods

throughout the week by making a patrol plan.

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1. On the control panel, click the Patrol Plan button to set the correct patrol time and

route.

Figure 2-13

2. Select Enable Patrol Plan.

3. Click OK.

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2.4 Playing Back Recorded Videos

Note this function is only applicable to models with SD card slot for local storage.

To play back recorded videos from the cameras local storage, click Playback at the top of

the Web interface.

Figure 2-14

No. Name Function

1 Date Select the date of the video to playback.

2 Recording

Download

Select to download a recorded video from the cameras local

storage. See 2.3.1 Recording Download for details.

3 Query Click Query to show the list of recorded videos of the date

specified.

4 Playback Play back the recorded video selected.

5 Stop Stop playback of the recorded video selected.

6 Snapshot Take a snapshot of the current playback image displayed.

7 Digital Zoom Enable or disable digital zoom. See 2.2.1 Digital Zoom.

8 Volume Adjust the audio output volume on the PC.

9 Timeline Users can select the desired time to play back the video from

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Note: To store and play back recorded videos to and from the cameras local storage, make

sure to configure the storage settings in Storage. For details, refer to 3.7.1 Formatting

Storage.

2.4.1 Recording Download

To download recorded videos from the local storage, follow the steps below:

1. Click Recording Download (No. 2, Figure 2-14) on the right of the Playback window.

Figure 2-15

2. Search for video within a specified time period. The results are shown in a list.

3. Select your video and click Download to download a video to your local path from the

local storage.

4. Click Open to show the folder in which the downloaded videos are saved.

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Chapter 3 Administrator Mode

The Administrator can access and configure the GV-IP Camera through the network. Click

Setup at the top of the Web interface to access the following configuration tabs: Common,

Network, Video & Audio, Image, Intelligent, Events, Storage, Security and System.

Figure 3-1

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List of Options

See the table below for the settings available on the Web interface. Find the topic of interest

by referring to the section number prefixed to each option.

IMPORTANT: The available functions may vary among camera models and firmware versions.

3.1 Common 3.1.1 Basic Info

3.1.2 Local Parameters

3.2 Network

3.2.1 Network

3.2.2 DNS

3.2.3 Port

3.2.4 DDNS

3.2.5 E-mail

3.2.6 SNMP

3.2.7 802.1x

3.2.8 QoS

3.3 Video & Audio

3.3.1 Video

3.3.2 Snapshot

3.3.3 Audio

3.3.4 ROI

3.3.5 Media Stream

3.4 PTZ

3.4.1 Basic Settings

3.4.2 Home Position

3.4.3 Limit

3.4.4 Remote Control

3.4.5 Patrol

3.4.6 Orientation

3.5 Image

3.5.1 Image

3.5.2 OSD

3.5.3 Privacy Mask

3.6 Intelligent 3.6.1 Smart Settings

3.6.2 Advanced Settings

3.7 Events

3.7.1 Motion Detection

3.7.2 Tampering Alarm

3.7.3 Audio Detection

3.7.4 Alarm Input

3.7.5 Alarm Output

3.7.6 One-Key Shielding Linkage

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3.8 Storage

3.8.1 Formatting Storage

3.8.2 FTP

3.8.3 Backing Up Storage

3.9 Security 3.9.1 User

3.9.2 Network Security

3.10 System

3.10.1 Time

3.10.2 Server

3.10.3 Maintenance

3.10.4 Network Diagnosis

3.10.5 Log

3.10.6 Ports and Devices

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3.1 Common

Under the Common tab, the Administrator can find the general settings of the camera, as

well as shortcuts to the following setting pages.

Network: See 3.2.1 Network for details.

Time: See 3.9.1 Time for details.

OSD: See 3.4.2 OSD for details

User: See 3.8.1 User for details

3.1.1 Basic Info

You can view the current status of your camera. Click Refresh for the latest status

information. Under Common Configuration on the right, you can click on the icons to

quickly access the corresponding configuration pages.

Figure 3-2

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3.1.2 Local Parameters

You can set the local parameters for your PC.

Figure 3-3

[Smart / Intelligent Mark]

Intelligent Mark: Enabled by default to display the detection line or area as defined by

Smart Settings. See details in 3.6.1 Smart Settings.

Untriggered Target: When enabled, an on-screen mark will display on the target and

track it as defined by Smart Settings on Live View. You must set up Smart Settings first

for this function to work, see 3.6.1 Smart Settings (not applicable to GV-BLFC5800 /

EBFC5800).

Note: The Intelligent Mark option is not applicable to GV-ABL2701 series / 2703 series / 4701 series / 4703 / 4711, GV-ADR2701 / 2702 / 4701 / 4702, GV-EBD2704 / 4701 / 4702 / 4704 / 4712, GV-TBL2703 series / 2705 / 4700 / 4703 / 4705 / 4711, GV-TDR2702 series / 2704 series / 4702 series / 4703 series / 4704 series, GV-TFD4700, GV-TVD4700 / 4711, and GV-FER5702.

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[Video]

Processing Mode

Real-Time Priority: Select this if the network is in good condition.

Fluency Priority: Select this if you want short time lag for live video.

Ultra-low Latency: Select this if you want the minimum time lag for live video.

Display Mode: Set the display mode according to the network status, including Min.

Delay, Balanced Delay, and Fluent Delay for low to high delay. Or customize the

display mode parameters by selecting Customize / Custom.

Protocol: Select the protocol used to transmit media streams to be decoded by the PC.

[Audio] This function is only applicable to audio-in-supporting models.

Encoding Format: Select the format used to encode audio.

Note: The Video and Audio functions are not applicable to GV-ABL2701 series / 2703 series / 4701 series / 4703, GV-ADR2701 / 2702 / 4701 / 4702, GV-TBL2703 series / 4700 / 4703, TDR2702 series / 4702 series, and GV-TVD4700. For GV-TDR2704 / 4704, only the Audio function is not applicable.

[Recording and Snapshot]

Recording

Subsection by Time (1~60): Set a maximum time length of each recording file. If

you select 5 minutes, a 30-minute event will be chopped into six 5-minute event files.

Subsection by Size: Set a maximum size limit of each recording file.

When Storage Full

Overwrite Recording: When the assigned storage space on the computer is full, the

camera deletes the oldest existing recording files to make room for the new ones.

Stop Recording: When the assigned storage space on the computer is full,

recording stops automatically.

Total Capacity (1~1024): Set a capacity limit to the assigned storage space on the

computer.

Files Folder: Click Browse to set a folder to store the recorded videos and captured

snapshots at your local computer.

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3.2 Network

The network section allows you to configure the network settings, modify ports, configure

FTP server, and set up e-mail for notification.

3.2.1 Network

Figure 3-4

Obtain IP Address: Select Static IP or DHCP according to your network environment.

Static IP address: Assign a static IP or fixed IP to the camera. Type the cameras IP

address, Subnet Mask and Router/Gateway.

Parameters Default

IP address 192.168.0.10

Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0

Router/Gateway 192.168.0.1

PPPoE: The network environment is xDSL connection. Type the Username and

Password provided by ISP to establish the connection. If you use the xDSL

connection with dynamic IP addresses, first use the DDNS function to obtain a

domain name linking to the cameras changing IP address.

DHCP: The network environment has a DHCP server which will automatically assign

a dynamic IP address to the camera. You can look up the current IP address using

GV-IP Device Utility.

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IPv6: Type the cameras IPv6 Address and Default Gateway. Optionally change the

Prefix Length according to your network settings.

MTU: Type the Maximum Transfer Unit (MTU). The default value is 1500.

Operating Mode: Select a mode to control the bandwidth.

Note:

1. IPv6 is currently unsupported.

2. You can also configure Network under Common for GV-BLFC5800, EBD4700 / 8711, EBFC5800, TBL2705 / 4700 / 4710 / 8804, TDR 2700 / 2704 / 8805, and TFD4800.

3.2.2 DNS

Type the cameras Preferred DNS Server and Alternate DNS Server.

Figure 3-5

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3.2.3 Port

Port

You can modify the default HTTP, HTTPS and RTSP portsif necessary.

Figure 3-6

Port Mapping

This function can automatically forward and open certain ports on your router, allowing

connection to your camera from the Internet.

1. Enable Port Mapping, and select UPnP or Manual for Mapping Type.

If you select UPnP, select between Auto and Manual to have the router

automatically configure the external ports or manually configure the external ports.

If the configured port is occupied, the Status will show inactive.

Figure 3-7

If you select Manual, configure external ports. External IP is applied to the camera

automatically.

2. Click Save.

Note: For this function to work, your router needs to support port forwarding.

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3.2.4 DDNS

DDNS (Dynamic Domain Name System) provides a convenient way of accessing the camera

when using a dynamic IP. DDNS assigns a domain name to the camera, so that the

Administrator does not need to go through the trouble of checking if the IP address assigned

by DHCP Server or ISP (in xDSL connection) has changed.

Figure 3-8

1. Click On to enable DDNS Service.

2. Select the DDNS service provider you have registered with. If you choose DynDNS, skip

to Step 5.

3. Copy the website address http://ns.gvdip.com/register.aspx to a browser to access

Geovision DDNS service.

Figure 3-9

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4. In the Geovision DDNS Server page, type a desired Hostname and Password. Re-type

Password and type the verification letters shown in the image. Click Send.

5. In the Web interface of your camera, type Username. The username is the hostname

registered in DDNS Server.

6. Type Password, and Confirm Password.

7. Click Save.

After the DDNS is successfully configured, a notification bar will be displayed as shown in

Figure 3-10. Next time when you log in the camera, type the domain name like this:

(hostname).gvdip.com; for example, geovision.gvdip.com.

Figure 3-10

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3.2.5 E-mail

After the configuration of E-mail, you will be able to send messages to the specified E-mail

addresses when alarms are triggered.

Figure 3-11

1. Type the Name and Address of the

sender.

2. Type the SMTP Server.

3. Type the SMTP Port number.

4. To send the e-mail through TLS /

SSL encryption, enable TLS/SSL.

5. Enable Attach Image to include 3

instant snapshots as attachment in

the e-mail according to the

Snapshot Interval specified.

6. If the SMTP Server needs

authentication, enable Server

Authentication and type a valid

username and password to log in the

SMTP server.

7. Type the name(s) and e-mail

address(s) of the Recipient(s).

8. Click Save.

Note: To send snapshots to the specified E-mail addresses, make sure to enable the

Snapshot function. For more detailed instructions, refer to 3.3.2 Snapshot.

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3.2.6 SNMP

Users can transfer the configurations of the device through SNMP protocol to communicate

with and/or integrate it into a central server. Note this function is NOT supported by GV-

ABL2701 series / 2703 series / 4703 / 4711, GV-ADR2701 / 2702 / 4702, GV-EBD4701 /

4712, GV-TBL2703 series / 4700 / 4703 / 4711, GV-TDR2702 / 4702 / 4703 series, GV-

TFD4700, and GV-TVD4700 / 4711.

Figure 3-12

SNMP Type: Select the type of SNMP desired, between SNMPv3 and SNMPv2.

Authentication Mode: Define a desired password for authentication between the device

and the central server.

Encryption Mode: Define a desired password for encryption that needs to be matched

by the central server.

Click Save for the changes to take effect.

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3.2.7 802.1x

IEEE 802.1x is an IEEE standard for port-based Network Access Control. It provides an

authentication mechanism to devices wishing to attach to a LAN or WLAN. Note this function

is only applicable to GV-ABL2702 / 4712 / 8712, GV-AVD2700 / 4710 / 8710, GV-BLFC5800,

GV-EBD2702 / 4700 / 4704 / 4711 / 4813 / 8700 / 8711 / 8800 / 8813, GV-EBFC5800, GV-

FER5702, GV-PTZ5810-IR, GV-TBL4705 / 4710 / 4810 / 8710 / 8804 / 8810, GV-TDR2700 /

4700 / 4704 / 4803 / 8805, TFD4800,and GV-TVD4710 / 4810 / 8710 / 8810.

Figure 3-13

1. Enable IEEE 802.1x.

2. Type the Username and Password. Type the password again for confirmation.

3. Click Save.

Note: For this function, your network environment needs to support 802.1x.

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3.2.8 QoS

QoS is the prioritization of network traffic used to ensure resource reservation under

abundant data flow. Note this function is NOT supported by GV-ABL2701 series, GV-

ADR2701, GV-EBD4701 / 4712, GV-TDR4703 series, and GV-TFD4700.

Figure 3-14

Audio & Video: Optionally modify the priority of value of Audio & Video. The higher the

value, the higher the priority.

Alarm Report: Optionally modify the priority of value for Alarm Report. The higher the

value, the higher the priority.

Configuration Management: Optionally modify the priority for Configuration Manager.

The higher the value, the higher the priority.

FTP: Optionally modify the priority of value for FTP. The higher the value, the higher the

priority.

Click Save the apply the QoS settings configured.

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3.3 Video & Audio

This section allows you to configure the three video streams and audio input. The audio

function is only applicable to GV-ABL2702 / 4711 / 4712 / 8712, GV-AVD2700 / 4710 / 8710,

GV-BLFC5800, GV-EBD2702 / 2704 / 4701 / 4704 / 4711 / 4712 / 8711 / 8800 / 8813, GV-

EBFC5800, GV-FER5702, GV-PTZ5810-IR, GV-TBL4705 / 4710 / 4711 / 8710 / 8804 / 8810,

GV-TDR4703 series / 8805, and GV-TFD4700 / 4800, GV-TVD4710 / 4711 / 8810.

3.3.1 Video

You can set video parameters that your camera supports. You may also enable the sub-

stream and third stream as needed. The third stream is disabled by default.

Figure 3-15

Capture Mode: Sets the resolution of Main Stream and the maximum frame rate

allowed.

Note: The Resolution under Main Stream will change according to the resolution selected for Capture Mode.

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The following options are available for the main, sub and third streams.

Video Compression: Set the codec type to H.265, H.264 or MJPEG.

Resolution: Select different resolutions for each stream.

Note:

1. Changing the resolution in this option will not affect the Capture Mode.

2. For GV-ABL4711, GV-EBD4701 / 4712, GV-TBL4700 / 4711, GV-TDR4703 series,

GV-TFD4700, and GV-TVD4700 / 4711, the resolution of the main stream cannot be

modified.

Frame Rate: Select a frame rate for encoding images. The unit is frame per second.

Bit Rate: Set the value between 128~16384.

Bitrate Type:

CBR: The camera transmits data at a constant data rate by varying the quality of the

video stream.

VBR: The quality of the video stream is kept as constant as possible at the cost of a

varying bitrate.

Image Quality: When VBR is selected for the encoding mode, you can move the slider

to adjust the desired quality level the for images. Moving the slider toward Bit Rate

decreases the bit rate and may affect image quality. Moving the slider toward Quality

increases the bit rate and improves image quality.

I Frame Interval: Set the number of frames, from 5 to 250, between each I frame (key

frame). This option is only available when H.265 or H.264 is selected as the codec.

GOP: The GOP is IP by default.

Smoothing: Set the extent of smoothing. Choosing Clear means disabling Smoothing.

Moving the slider toward Smooth increases the level of smoothing but will affect image

quality.

Smart Encoding: Select Basic Mode to enable Smart Encoding.

[BNC Output] Only for GV-AVD2700 / 4710 / 8710, GV-ABL8712 and GV-TBL8710,the

status of the BNC device is shown.

Mode: Set the signal format of the video output to either NTSC or PAL.

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3.3.2 Snapshot

Using the Snapshot function, when an alarm is triggered, the camera will automatically

upload the captured snapshots to the FTP server and/or send snapshots to the specified e-

mail addresses.

Note: If Upload Images is selected in Figure 3-65, 3.8.2 FTP, the captured snapshots will

only be sent to the FTP server.

Figure 3-16

1. Select On to enable Snapshot.

2. Select the Resolution.

3. Specify the maximum size (250~1500 KB) of the snapshot image under Most Large.

4. Specify the length of interval (1~60 sec) between snapshots under Snapshot

Interval(s).

5. Choose the Number (of snapshot) to Snapshot upon alarm trigger.

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6. Select Schedule or Repeat to set up the Snapshot Mode.

If you select Schedule, clickto specify the desired time to take a snapshot.

If you select Repeat, type the interval, from 1 to 86400 seconds, to repeat the

process of taking snapshots and sending them to the FTP server or e-mail.

7. Click Save.

8. For Snapshot Plan, follow Step 7 at the bottom of 3.6.1.1 Cross Line.

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3.3.3 Audio

Note this function is only applicable to audio-supporting models.

You can configure the audio settings of the camera.

Figure 3-17

Audio Input: Select On to enable audio input.

Input Volume: Set the audio signal amplification for sampling. The greater the volume,

the greater amplification.

Audio Compression: Select an audio codec.

Noise Suppression: Select On to reduce the noise of the audio.

Channel 1 / 2: Click Enable to enable audio in through the cameras built-in microphone

and/or Audio In wire(s) depending on the model.

Audio Output: Select the source of audio output.

Output Volume: Set the volume for audio output.

Alarm Audio File: For GV-TBL8804 only, select Browse to locate a custom PCM audio

file (max. 100KB), and click Import.

Note: For GV-TDR2700 / 4700, connection(s) to any software/application must be reestablished when its audio input channel has been alternated for the change to take effect.

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3.3.4 ROI

When Region of Interest (ROI) is enabled, the system ensures image quality for ROI first if

the bit rate is insufficient.

Figure 3-18

1. Click to enable and add ROI.

2. Click and drag on the image to specify an area.

3. To add additional ROI areas, repeat steps 1 and 2.

4. To delete an ROI area, click .

Note: Up to two ROI areas can be specified for GV-ABL2703 series / 4703, GV-ADR2702 / 4702, GV-TBL2703 series / 4703 and GV-TDR2702 series / 4702 series, four for GV- ABL4711, GV-EBD4701 / 4712, GV-TBL4711, GV-TDR4703 series, GV-TFD4700, and GV- TVD4711, and eight for all other models.

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3.3.5 Media Stream

Media Stream

By configuring media stream, you can set the camera to transmit code streams by UDP or

TCP protocol to a specified IP address and port number. The settings can be saved and take

effect after the camera is rebooted.

Figure 3-19

1. Click and select a stream from the Stream Profile drop-down list.

2. Type the Destination IP and Port number of the unicast or multicast group for the

decoding device that receives video streams from the camera.

3. Select a Protocol type for the media stream.

4. If you want the device to automatically establish the media stream that has been

previously configured after the restart, Enable Persistent.

5. To delete a stream, click .

6. Click OK to complete the settings.

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RTSP Multicast Address

After an RTSP multicast address is configured, the third-party player can request for the

RTSP multicast media stream from the camera through RTSP protocol.

Figure 3-20

1. Type the Multicast Address (224.0.1.0 to 239.255.255.255) and Port number (0 to

65535).

2. Click Save.

For RTSP Multicast command, see Appendix A.

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3.4 PTZ

This section allows you to configure basic PTZ settings, home position, remote control,

orientation and more on the PTZ camera. Note this is only applicable to GV-PTZ5810-IR.

3.4.1 Basic Settings

Basic settings allows you to configure basic PTZ settings related to the cameras position

and PTZ control timeout.

Figure 3-21

[Power Off Memory] Select On toenable this function. When restarted, the camera returns

to the position before its powered off.

[Timeout Settings] Select On and set the timeout duration. PTZ control is disabled after the

set timeout duration.

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3.4.2 Home Position

The PTZ camera will return to home position if no operation is made within a specified period.

Home Position allows you to select the desired preset as the home position and set the time.

Figure 3-22

3.4.3 Limit

Users can set PTZ limitations to prevent the camera from hitting obstacles such as walls.

Figure 3-23

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1. Click Start PTZ Limit to enable the function.

2. Adjust the view in such a way that it reaches the PTZ limit you want to set.

3. Click to set the position relative to the current dome view as a limit. For example, click

the at the top to set the upper limit.

4. Repeat Step 2 & 3 to set all limits as needed and click Save.

3.4.4 Remote Control

You can connect a third-party PTZ remote control program to your GV-IR IP Mini PTZ

Camera once this function is enabled.

Figure 3-24

1. Specify the Listener Port to which the third-party PTZ remote control program connects.

2. Assign an individual Address Code (between 0 ~ 255) to each PTZ remote control

program

3. Click Save.

Note: For this function, your router needs to support port forwarding.

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3.4.5 Patrol

You can set the camera to take a snapshot and upload the image to the FTP server when

the camera goes to the preset during the patrol route.

Figure 3-25

1. Enable Preset Snapshot.

2. Type the Resume Patrol(s) interval in seconds to upload snapshots.

3. Click Save.

Note: For this function, make sure to configure the settings in 3.8.2 FTP first.

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3.4.6 Orientation

You can manually set a north direction or home position for the camera.

Figure 3-26

[Orientation]

Set as north: After the camera is positioned to a specific direction, the position will be

set as the north direction.

Go to north: The camera will move to the specified north direction no matter which

direction it points to.

[Home Position]

Orient: Click Orient to set a position as the home position.

Call: Click Call to move the camera to the specified home position no matter which

direction it points to.

Clear: Click Clear to delete the home position.

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3.5 Image

This section introduces the Image Settings, On-screen Display and Privacy Mask.

3.5.1 Image

This page allows you to adjust image settings such as brightness, exposure, IR illumination

and white balance.

[Scene]

Figure 3-27

Current: Indicates the scene that is being used.

Scene Name: When you select a scene, the corresponding image parameters are

displayed. You can adjust the image settings according to actual needs.

Auto Switching: Indicates whether to add a scene to the auto-switching list.

Setup:

Click to set a schedule for illumination.

Click to set a scene as the default scene.

Enable Auto Switching: Allow the camera to switch to the scene automatically when

the condition for switching to a non-default scene is met.

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[Image Enhancement]

Figure 3-28

Brightness: Adjust the degree of brightness of the image.

Saturation: Adjust the amount of hue contained in a color.

Contrast: Set the degree of difference between the blackest pixel and the whitest pixel.

Sharpness: Adjust the sharpness of the image.

2D / 3D Noise Reduction: Reduce the noise of the image.

Image Rotation: Change the rotation of the image by selecting Normal, Flip Vertical,

Flip Horizontal, 180, 90 Clockwise, or 90 Anti-clockwise.

Note: The image rotations of 90 Clockwise and 90 Anti-clockwise (Corridor format) are NOT supported by the following models: GV-ABL2701 series / 2703 series / 4703 / 4711, GV-ADR2701 / 2702 / 4702, GV-EBD4701 / 4712, GV-FER5702, GV-PTZ5810-IR, GV- TBL2703 / 2705 / 4700 / 4703 / 4711, GV-TDR2702 series / 4702 series / 4703 series, and GV-TFD4700, GV-TVD4700 / 4711.

[Exposure]

Figure 3-29

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Exposure Mode: Select the correct exposure mode to achieve the desired exposure

effect. The default setting is Outdoor.

Low Motion Blur: Improve image quality by reducing motion blur in low light

conditions.

Shutter(s): The length of time that allows light to enter into the lens. You can set a

shutter speed when Exposure Mode is set to Manual / Custom.

Note: If Slow Shutter is set to Off, the reciprocal of the shutter speed must be greater than the frame rate.

Gain: Control image signals so that the camera outputs standard video signals

according to the light condition. You can set this parameter only when Exposure Mode

is set to Manual / Custom.

Slow Shutter: Improve image brightness in low light conditions.

Slowest Shutter: Set the slowest shutter speed that the camera can use during

exposure.

Compensation: Adjust the compensation value as required to achieve the desired

effects.You can set this parameter only when Exposure Mode is not set to Manual /

Custom.

Metering Control: Set the way the camera measures the intensity of light. You can only

set this parameter when Exposure Mode is not set to Manual /Custom.

Center-Weighted Average Metering: Measure light mainly in the central part of the

images.

Evaluative Metering (BLC): Measure light in the customized area of the images.

Face Metering: Measure light where facial recognition is established.

Spot Metering: Measure light spot(s) in the specified area of the images.

Day/Night Mode: Select Automatic for automatic switch between day mode and night

mode depending on the amount of light detected. Select Night to produce high-quality

black and white images using the existing light. Select Day to produce high-quality color

images using the existing light. Select Input Boolean to trigger an output device and

switch on night mode upon common alarm / AI event alarm (only applicable to GV-

EBFC5800 / GV-TDR8802).

Day/Night Sensitivity: Set the light threshold for switching between day mode and

night mode. The higher the sensitivity, the more easily the camera is to switch from day

mode to night mode and vice versa.

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Day/Night Switching(s): Set the length of time before the camera switches between

day mode and night mode after the conditions for switching are met.

WDR: Enable WDR to distinguish the bright and dark areas in the same image.

WDR Level: After enabling the WDR function, you can improve the image by adjusting

the WDR level.

Suppress WDR Stripes: Enable Suppress WDR Stripes to automatically adjust shutter

frequency based on the frequency of light measured.

[Smart Illumination]

Figure 3-30

Smart Illumination: Select On to adjust the IR illumination settings.

Illumination Mode:

For regular models: Set to Infrared by default.

For GV-BLFC5800 / EBFC5800: Set to White Light by default.

For GV-TBL8804: Refer to the table below to configure the settings.

Illumination

Mode

Action

Daytime Nighttime

With AI functions disabled

Infrared Day Mode enabled Night Mode and IR light enabled.

White Light Day Mode enabled Day Mode and White LED light

enabled.

With AI functions enabled

Infrared

Day Mode enabled. White LED light flashes for 10 seconds upon an alarm

trigger.

Night Mode and IR light enabled. White LED light flashes for 10

seconds upon an alarm trigger.

White Light Day Mode and White LED light

enabled.

Dual Light

Night Mode and IR light enabled. Switches to Day Mode and White LED light flashes for 10 seconds

upon an alarm trigger.

Note:

1. AI functions refer to the smart settings, including Cross Line, Intrusion, Object Removed, Object Left Behind, Defocus, Scene Change, Enter Area, Leave Area, Face Detection, People Counting, Crowd Density Monitoring, and Human Body Detection. See details in 3.6.1 Smart Settings.

2. White Light refers to Warm Light LED for GV-BLFC5800 / GV-EBFC5800 / GV- TBL8804.

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Control Mode:

Global Mode: Adjust IR illumination and exposure to achieve balanced image effects.

Some areas might be overexposed if you select this option. This option is

recommended if monitored range and image brightness are your first priority.

Overexposure Restrain: Adjust IR illumination and exposure to avoid regional

overexposure. Some areas might be dark if you select this option. This option is

recommended if clarity of the central part of the image and overexposure control are

your first priority.

Manual / Custom Level: Allow you to manually control the intensity of IR illumination.

Illumination Level: When Control Model is set to Manual / Custom Level, you can

set the intensity level of the IR light. The greater the value, the higher the intensity. 0

means that the IR light is turned off.

Near / Far Illumination Level: For GV-TBL8804 only, when Illumination Mode is set

to Dual Light and Control Mode to Manual, you can set the intensity level of the IR

light respectively for wide-angle scene (near illumination level) and telephoto view (far

illumination level).

[White Balance]

Figure 3-31

White Balance: Adjust the red or blue offset of the image.

Auto / Auto 2: Adjust the red and blue offset automatically according to the light

condition (the color tends to be blue). Select Auto 2 if the images remain

unnaturally red or blue.

Outdoor: It is recommended for outdoor scenes with a wide range of color

temperature variation.

Fine Tune: Allow you to adjust the red and blue offset manually.

Sodium Lamp: Adjust the red and blue offset automatically according to the light

condition (the color tends to be red).

Locked: Lock the current color temperature settings without adjustment.

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[Advanced]

Figure 3-32

Defog: Select On to activate the slider for adjusting the defog intensity of the image.

Dewarping: Only for GV-ABL2703 series / 4703, GV-ADR2702 / 4702, GV-EBD8800 /

8813, GV-TBL2703 series / 4703 / 8804 / 8810, GV-TDR2702 series / 4702 series /

8805 and GV-TVD8810, select On to activate the slider for adjusting the Dewarping

Level of the camera image.

3.5.2 OSD

On Screen Display (OSD) is the text displayed on the screen of video images and may

include the date and time and other customized contents. Note GV-ABL2703 series / 4703 /

4711, GV-ADR2702 / 4702, GV-EBD2704 / 4701 / 4704 / 4712 / 4813, GV-TBL2703 series /

2705 / 4700 / 4703 / 4705 / 4711, GV-TDR2702 series / 2704 series / 4702 series / 4703

series / 4704 series, GV-TFD4700, and GV-TVD4700 / 4711 only support up to 4 OSD.

3.4.2.1 For all models except GV-EBD2702

Figure 3-33

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1. Enable a No. to select an area #, and click Overlay OSD Content to select the content to

display on the screen.

2. Adjust the position of the Area 1/2/3 boxes either by dragging them directly on the live

view or by specifying the coordinates under X-Axis / Y-Axis column.

3. Under Display Style, customize the text style and date/time format and use Min. Margin,

to adjust the minimum margin between the OSD and the images border.

3.4.2.2 For GV-EBD2702

Figure 3-34

1. Click Overlay OSD Content to select the content or type a self-defined text to be

displayed on the screen.

2. Click Position and select from Areas 1 to 8 to specify the position of the OSD on the

image. If more than one OSD are specified to one Area #, they are displayed at the same

position in numerical order, as accorded to the number column.

3. Click the arrow buttons or to adjust the order of the OSD displayed.

4. Adjust the position of the Area 1/2/3 boxes either by dragging them directly on the live

view or by specifying the coordinates under X-Axis / Y-Axis column.

5. Under Display Style, customize the text style and date/time format and use Min. Margin,

to adjust the minimum margin between the OSD and the images border.

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After you have set the position and OSD content, the symbol appears in the Status

column, which means that the OSD is set successfully.

Note: You can also configure OSD under Common for GV-ABD1300, ABL2701, ADR1300, BLFC5800, EBD4700 / 8711, EBFC5800, TBL2705 / 4700 / 4701 / 8804, TDR2700 / 2704 / 8805, and TFD4700 / 4800.

3.5.3 Privacy Mask

On certain occasions, you may need to set a mask area to block out parts of the camera

image to protect privacy, for example, the keyboard of an ATM machine. When PTZ changes

its position or zooms, the Privacy Mask will be adjusted accordingly to protect the area all

along.

Figure 3-35

1. Click to place a privacy mask on the live view.

2. Drag the Mask box to the intended position and adjust the size of the box. Alternatively,

you can also use the mouse to draw a box on the area you want to mask.

3. Repeat steps 1 and 2 to add moremasks.

4. To delete a mask, select the desired mask and click .

Note:

1. Up to four mask areas can be defined for GV-ABL2703 series / 4703 / 4711, GV- ADR2702 / 4702, GV-BLFC5800, GV-EBD2704 / 4701 / 4704 / 4712 / 4813 / 8800 / 8813, GV-EBFC5800, GV-TBL2703 series / 2705 / 4700 / 4703 / 4705 / 4711 / 4810 / 8710 / 8804 / 8810, GV-TDR2702 series / 2704 series / 4702 series / 4703 series / 4704 series / 4803 series / 8805, GV-TFD4700 / 4800, GV-TVD4700 / 4711 / 4810 / 8810, and GV-FER5702, twenty-four mask areas for GV-PTZ5810-IR, and up to eight mask areas for all other models.

2. Max. Zoom and Operation are only applicable to GV-PTZ5810-IR.

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3.6 Intelligent

Under Intelligent, users can set the camera to detect for a number of video-analytic events,

which can be used to send FTP and/or e-mail alerts, based on the parameters set. Note this

function is NOT supported by GV-ABL2701 series / 2703 series / 4701 series / 4703, GV-

ADR2701 / 2702 / 4701 / 4702, GV-TBL2703 series / 4703, GV-TDR2702 / 4702, and GV-

FER5702.

3.6.1 Smart Settings

Smart Settings allow alerts to be sent to FTP and/or designated e-mail address(es) upon

Cross Line, Intrusion, Object Removed, Object Left Behind, Defocus, Scene Change,

Enter Area, Leave Area, Face Detection, People Counting, Crowd Density Monitoring

and/or Human Body Detection events.

Note:

1. In order for event alerts to work, you also need to configure the necessary settings of FTP, e-mail server and snapshots, see 3.8.2 FTP, 3.2.5 E-mail and 3.3.2 Snapshot, respectively.

2. For certain models, to display the detection lines and/or areas on the live view, you need to enable Untriggered Target as mentioned in 3.1.2 Local Parameters.

3. GV-ABL4711, GV-EBD4701 / 4712, GV-TBL4700 / 4711, GV-TDR4703 series, GV- TFD4700, and GV-TVD4700 / 4711 only support two smart settings: Intrusion and Human Body Detection.

4. GV-EBD2704 / 4704, GV-TBL2705 / 4705, and GV-TDR2704 series / 4704 series only support two smart settings: Cross Line and Intrusion.

5. GV-BLFC5800, GV-EBD4813 / 8800 / 8813, GV-EBFC5800, GV-TBL4810 / 8804 / 8810, GV-TDR4803 / 8805, GV-TFD4800, GV-TVD4810 / 8810, and GV-PTZ5810-IR support Cross Line, Intrusion, Enter Area, Leave Area, Face Detection, People Counting, and Crowd Density Monitoring.

6. Smart Settings will not work if Image Rotation is set to 90 Clockwise or 90 Anti- clockwise under the Image Enhancement settings in 3.5.1 Image.

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Figure 3-36

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3.6.1.1 Cross Line

Cross line detection generates an alarm when an object moves past the detection threshold

in the direction you defined. Up to 4 detection lines can be added. Note that when adding

multiple detection lines, make sure they do NOT intersect as it may affect the detection

results. Select the checkbox next to Cross Line to enable and click to configure.

For GV-BLFC5800, GV-EBD4813 / 8800 / 8813, GV-EBFC5800, GV-PTZ5810-IR, GV-

TBL4810 / 8804 / 8810, GV-TDR4803 / 8805, GV-TFD4800, and GV-TVD4810 / 8810

Figure 3-37

1. Click to add a detection line. Repeat to add another detection line (maximum of 4).

2. Drag the ends of the detection line to the intended position to mark the detection

boundary.

3. Select the Trigger Direction, which defines the direction to trigger an alarm. For

example, if you choose A -> B, people moving from direction A to B will trigger an alarm.

4. For Sensitivity, drag the slider to adjust the detection sensitivity.

5. For Detection Object, select the type of object you want to take a snapshot of.

6. For Filter Type, select the type of object you want to define and its minimum or

maximum size for detection. Once selected, click Max. Size and/or Min. Size, drag the

nodes of the size area to adjust and the system will detect objects within that size range.

Repeat this step to define the size range for another type of object.

7. For Trigger Actions and Plan, follow Step 6 ~ 7 below.

Note: Motor Vehicle includes cars, trucks, and buses. Non-Motor Vehicle includes bicycles and motorcycles.

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For other models NOT equipped with AI functions

Figure 3-38

1. Based on your installation environment, select the Detection Scene between outdoor

and indoor (see Detection Parameters in 3.6.2 Advanced Settings). By default, Outdoor

is selected.

2. Once enabled, select Rule Settings > click to add a detection line. Repeat to add

another detection line.

3. Drag the ends of the detection line to the intended position to mark the detection

boundary.

4. Select the Trigger Direction, which will define the direction to trigger an alarm. For

example, if you choose A -> B, people moving from direction A to B will trigger an alarm.

5. Move the slider to adjust the detection Sensitivity.

6. Set up Trigger Actions:

Figure 3-39

A. Select Upload to FTP / Send E-mail / Upload Image (Original) under Trigger

Actions to automatically upload snapshots to the specified FTP server and/or send

snapshots to the specified e-mail address upon the video analytic events.

B. Select A -> 1 / Alarm Sound to trigger an output device upon cross line detection.

Depending on your model, select A -> 1 or Alarm Sound to trigger an output device

upon people / vehicle / non-motor vehicle detection.

C. Optionally click next to Alarm Sound to set the desired Day, Start Time, End

Time, Alarm Audio, and Number of Repeat Times. You can set up to four periods

for each time, and the time periods cannot overlap.

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D. Select Recording Edge Storage, Image Edge Storage, or FTP Video Storage.

Snapshots captured or videos recorded will automatically be stored in the selected

storages.

7. Optionally select Enable Plan under Plan to set the start and end times during which the

video analytic monitoring is enabled. You can directly drag the mouse to draw a plan or

click Edit to edit time periods in the table. You can set up to four periods for each day,

and the time periods cannot overlap. The camera reports alarms during the specified

period only.

Figure 3-40

Note:

1. Certain models may only support uploading snapshots to an FTP server and output trigger for Trigger Actions.

2. Alarm Sound is only applicable to GV-PTZ5810-IR / GV-TBL8804 and Alarm Light is only applicable to GV-TBL8804. See details in 3.3.3 Audio for Alarm Sound and 3.5.1 Image (Smart Illumination) for Alarm Light.

Also see Appendix J. Installation Guidelines for Perimeter Protection.

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3.6.1.2 Intrusion

With Intrusion Detection, an alarm is generated when an object enters the boundaries of the

detection area. Up to 4 detection areas can be added. Note that it is recommended NOT to

overlap the detection areas when adding multiple detection areas. Select the checkbox next

to Intrusion to enable and click to configure.

For GV-BLFC5800, GV-EBD4813 / 8800 / 8813, GV-EBFC5800, GV-PTZ5810-IR, GV-

TBL4810 / 8804 / 8810, GV-TDR4803 / 8805, GV-TFD4800, and GV-TVD4810 / 8810

Figure 3-41

1. Click to mark the live view with a detection area. Repeat this step to add another

detection area (maximum of 4).

2. Drag the nodes of the detection area to mark the boundary for detection.

3. You can use the following functions to reduce false alarm.

Time Threshold: The minimum period of time for an object to stay within the

detection area before an alarm is triggered.

Sensitivity: Move the slider to adjust the detection sensitivity.

4. For Detection Object, select the type of object you want to take a snapshot of.

5. For Filter Type, select the type of object you want to define and its minimum or

maximum size for detection. Once selected, click Max. Size and/or Min. Size, drag the

nodes of the size area to adjust and the system will detect objects within that size range.

Repeat this step to define the size range for another type of object.

6. For Trigger Actions and Plan, follow Step 6 ~7 at the bottom of 3.6.1.1 Cross Line.

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Note:

1. Certain models may only support uploading snapshots to an FTP server and output trigger for Trigger Actions.

2. Motor Vehicle includes cars, trucks, and buses. Non-Motor Vehicle includes bicycles and motorcycles.

3. Alarm Sound is only applicable to GV-PTZ5810-IR / GV-TBL8804 and Alarm Light is only applicable to GV-TBL8804. See details in 3.3.3 Audio for Alarm Sound and 3.5.1 Image (Smart Illumination) for Alarm Light.

For other models NOT equipped with AI functions

Figure 3-42

1. Based on your installation environment, select the Detection Scene between outdoor

and indoor (see Detection Parameters in 3.6.2 Advanced Settings). By default, Outdoor

is selected.

2. Once enabled, click to mark the live view with a detection area. Repeat this step to

add another detection area.

3. Drag the nodes of the detection area to mark the boundary for detection.

4. You can use the following functions to reduce false alarm.

Time Threshold: The minimum period of time for an object to stay within the

detection area before an alarm is triggered.

Sensitivity: Move the slider to adjust the detection sensitivity.

Percentage: Type the minimum size of the object compared to the detection area

for the object to be detected.

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5. For Trigger Actions and Plan, follow Step 6 ~ 7 at the bottom of 3.6.1.1 Cross Line.

Note: Under Trigger Actions:

Alarm Output and Storage are not supported by GV-TBL4700 and GV-TVD4700.

Alarm Output is not supported by GV-EBD2704 / 4701 / 4704 / 4712, GV-EBFC5800,

GV-TBL2705 / 4705, and GV-TDR2704 series / 4704 series.

Also see Appendix J. Installation Guidelines for Perimeter Protection.

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3.6.1.3 Object Removed

Object Removed can generate an alarm when an object is removed from the specified area.

Up to 4 detection areas can be added. Note that it is recommended NOT to overlap the

detection areas when adding multiple detection areas. Select the checkbox next to Object

Removed to enable and click to configure.

Figure 3-43

1. Once enabled, click to mark the live view with a detection area. Repeat this step to

add another detection area.

2. Drag the nodes of the detection area to mark the boundary for detection.

3. You can use the following functions to reduce false alarm.

Time Threshold: The minimum period for an object to be absent from the

detection area before an alarm is triggered.

Sensitivity: Move the slider to adjust the detection.

4. For Trigger Actions and Plan, follow Step 6 ~ 7 at the bottom of 3.6.1.1 Cross Line.

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3.6.1.4 Object Left Behind

With Object Left Behind, an alarm can be generated when an object which remained in the

detection area for the specified period of time, leaves the specified region. Up to 4 detection

areas can be added. Note that it is recommended NOT to overlap the detection areas when

adding multiple detection areas. Select the checkbox next to Object Left Behind to enable

and click to configure.

Figure 3-44

1. Once enabled, click to mark the live view with a detection area. Repeat this step to

add another detection area.

2. Drag the nodes of the detection area to mark the boundary for detection.

3. You can use the following functions to reduce false alarm.

Time Threshold: The minimum period of time for an object to stay within the

detection area for an alarm to trigger.

Sensitivity: Move the slider to adjust the detection sensitivity.

4. For Trigger Actions and Plan, follow Step 6 ~ 7 at the bottom of 3.6.1.1 Cross Line.

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3.6.1.5 Defocus

Defocus generates an alarm to be sent through e-mail whenever the cameras image is out

of focus. Select the checkbox next to Defocus to enable and click to configure.

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Figure 3-45

Once enabled, drag the slider to adjust the detection Sensitivity. For Trigger Actions,

follow Step 6 at the bottom of 3.6.1.1 Cross Line.

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3.6.1.6 Scene Change

Scene Change is able to generate an alarm whenever there is a drastic scene change to the

image of the camera. Select the checkbox next to Scene Change to enable and click to

configure.

Figure 3-46

Once enabled, drag the slider to adjust the detection Sensitivity. For Trigger Actions and

Plans, follow Step 6 ~ 7 at the bottom of 3.6.1.1 Cross Line.

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3.6.1.7 Face Detection

The Face function can detect for and capture face(s) in a specified area and send to an FTP

server. Select the checkbox next to Face to enable and click to configure.

For other models NOT equipped with AI functions

Figure 3-47

1. Once enabled, define the detection area, either by drawing a desired area on the image

or select Full Screen next to Specified Area to set the entire image as detection area.

2. Configure the following functions as needed:

Snapshot Sensitivity: Drag the slider to adjust the detection sensitivity. By default,

the value is set to 50. When the sensitivity is increased, the detection rate

increases but so does the false detection rate, and vice versa.

Snapshot Mode: Select Intelligent Recognition to set the maximum of repeated

face snapshots (1~30) for Max. Same Thumbnail Image.

Min. Pupillary Distance (px): Click Draw and draw in the live view window. Set

according to camera resolutions. The min. pupillary distance should be 1/2 of face

pixel.

Face Overlay: Enable to include the cameras text overlay on the snapshot(s)

captured.

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3. Under Trigger Actions, select Upload Image (Original) to upload a snapshot of the

entire image and a snapshot of the face detected upon face detection. Select Upload

Image (Target) to upload only the snapshot of the face detected.

4. For Plan, follow Step 7 at the bottom of 3.6.1.1 Cross Line.

Note: The Counting and Counting Direction features are currently nonfunctional.

For GV-BLFC5800, GV-EBD4813 / 8800 / 8813, GV-EBFC5800, GV-PTZ5810-IR, GV-

TBL4810 / 8804 / 8810, GV-TDR4803 / 8805, GV-TFD4800, and GV-TVD4810 / 8810

Figure 3-48

1. Once enabled, define the detection area, either by selecting Specified Area and drawing

a desired area on the image, or select Full Screen to set the entire image as detection

area.

2. Configure the following functions as needed:

[Face Detection]

Snapshot Sensitivity: Drag the slider to adjust the detection sensitivity.

Snapshot Mode: Select Intelligent Recognition for the camera to detect and take

snapshots of the object automatically.

Min. Pupillary Distance (px): Click Draw and draw in the live view window.

Counting: To count the number of people entering / exiting in the detection area,

enable this function. To display the counting results in the live view window, select

People Counting in OSD settings. Refer to 3.5.2 OSD for details.

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[Face Selection]

Selection Mode: Select Effect Priority for the best image quality of the captured

snapshots, Speed Priority for optimal snapshots from the moment of detection until

the specified timeout is up, and Periodic Selection for a snapshot captured in every

selection period. For example, if Periodic Selection is set to 500 millisecond (ms),

the camera selects a face snapshot every 500 ms.)

Number of Selected Photos: Set 1 ~ 3 selected photos for different selection

modes.

Filter by Angle: Enable this function to set the desired face angle for detection.

3. Under Trigger Actions, select Upload Image (Original) to upload a snapshot of the

entire image and a snapshot of the face detected upon face detection. Select Upload

Image (Target) to upload only the snapshot of the face detected.

4. For Plan, follow Step 7 at the bottom of 3.6.1.1 Cross Line.

Local Snapshot

Click the Start Capture button (see figure below) on the Live View page to start taking local

snapshots.

When enabled, captured faces and people will display in real time on the right side of the

Live View page.

Note: If green detection boxes are displayed but local snapshots are not, re-install the plugin,

disable the firewall on your computer, and disable the protected mode for all the zones in

your IE (Internet options > Security).

Also see Appendix M. Installation Guidelines for Face Detection, and Appendix O.

Installation Guidelines for Face Detection (Non-AI).

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3.6.1.8 People Counting

The People Counting function can count the number of person(s) entering and leaving the

vicinity, which is useful at an entrance/exit setting. Select the checkbox next to People

Counting to enable and click to configure.

For other models NOT equipped with AI functions

Figure 3-49

1. Once enabled, draw a detection area and entrance direction on the image by clicking

Draw Detection Area and Draw Entrance Direction, respectively.

2. Select the desired Counting Type, from Total, People Entered or People Left.

3. Select a Detection Mode, between Indoor and Outdoor, depending on your environment.

4. Under Filter by Object Size, set the Max. and Min. Size of the objects to be counted.

5. Select Reset Counter at to set a time within a day when to reset the counter.

6. Adjust the detection sensitivity by dragging the Sensitivity slider.

7. For Plan, follow Step 7 at the bottom of 3.6.1.1 Cross Line.

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For GV-BLFC5800, GV-EBD4813 / 8800 / 8813, GV-EBFC5800, GV-PTZ5810-IR, GV-

TBL4810 / 8804 / 8810, GV-TDR4803 / 8805, GV-TFD4800, and GV-TVD4810 / 8810

Figure 3-50

1. Once enabled, draw a detection line and define the entrance direction. Select the

entrance direction from the Enter drop-down list.

2. Select the desired Counting Type, from Total, People Entered or People Exited. When

any of the People Present Alarms is enabled, this function will not be available.

3. Under People Present Alarm, set the Minor Alarm, Major Alarm, or Critical Alarm.

When the number of people present reaches a set threshold, an alarm will be triggered.

4. Select Reset Counter at to set a time within a day when to reset the counter.

5. For Trigger Actions, select to edit the desired trigger actions under each alarm. See

Step 6 at the bottom of 3.6.1.1 Cross Line for details.

6. For Plan, follow Step 7 at the bottom of 3.6.1.1 Cross Line.

Also see Appendix K. Installation Guidelines for People Flow Counting, and Appendix P.

Installation Guidelines for People Counting (Non-AI).

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3.6.1.9 Human Body Detection

Human Body Detection is used to generate an alarm whenever a human figure appears in

the specified area. Note this function is only applicable to GV-ABL4711, GV-EBD4701 /

4712, GV-TBL4700 / 4711, GV-TDR4703 series, GV-TFD4700, and GV-TVD4700 / 4711.

Figure 3-51

1. In the Snapshot Area, click to add a new detection area.

2. Click and drag the detection area to a desired location.

3. Adjust the detection sensitivity by dragging the Sensitivity slider.

4. Set up Alarm Parameters.

Suppress alarm: After a detection is triggered, the detection will not be reported

within the set time.

Clear alarm: After a detection is triggered,

If the detection is not triggered within the set time, the detection will be cleared

and the detection can be reported again.

If the detection is triggered within the set time, the detection will not be cleared

until the suppress alarm time expires. Then the detection can be reported

again.

5. Set up Trigger Actions.

Upload to FTP and Trigger E-mail: Automatically upload snapshots captured to

the specified FTP server and/or send snapshots to the specified e-mail address.

Recording Storage and Image Storage: Automatically save videos and/or

snapshots captured to the selected storage(s).

6. For Enable Plan, follow Step 7 at the bottom of 3.6.1.1 Cross Line.

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3.6.1.10 Enter Area / Leave Area

With Enter Area / Leave Area, an alarm is generated when a person or vehicle enters /

leaves the boundaries of the detection area. Note this function is only applicable to GV-

BLFC5800, GV-EBD4813 / 8800 / 8813, GV-EBFC5800, GV-PTZ5810-IR, GV-TBL4810 /

8804 / 8810, GV-TDR4803 / 8805, GV-TFD4800, and GV-TVD4810 / 8810. It is also NOT

recommended to overlap the detection areas when adding multiple detection areas.

Select the checkbox next to Enter Area or Leave Area to enable and click to configure.

Here we use Enter Area as an example.

Figure 3-52

1. Click to mark the live view with a detection area. Repeat this step to add another

detection area (maximum of 4).

2. Drag the nodes of the detection area to mark the boundary for detection.

3. For Sensitivity, drag the slider to adjust the detection sensitivity.

4. For Detection Object, select the type of object to detect when it enters / leaves area.

5. For Filter Type, select the type of object you want to define and its minimum or

maximum size for detection. Once selected, click Max. Size and/or Min. Size, drag the

nodes of the size area to adjust and the system will detect objects within that size range.

Repeat this step to define the size range for another type of object.

6. Under Trigger Actions, select Upload Image (Original) to automatically upload

snapshots to the specified FTP server. Depending on your model, select A -> 1, Alarm

Sound, or Alarm Light to trigger an output device upon people / vehicle / non-motor

vehicle detection.

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Optionally click next to Alarm Sound to set the desired Day, Start Time, End

Time, Alarm Audio, and Number of Repeat Times. You can set up to four periods

for each time, and the time periods cannot overlap.

7. For Plan, follow Step 7 at the bottom of 3.6.1.1 Cross Line.

Note:

1. Certain models may only support uploading snapshots to an FTP server and output trigger for Trigger Actions.

2. Motor Vehicle includes cars, trucks, and buses. Non-Motor Vehicle includes bicycles and motorcycles.

3. Alarm Sound is only applicable to GV-PTZ5810-IR / GV-TBL8804 and Alarm Light is only applicable to GV-TBL8804. See details in 3.3.3 Audio for Alarm Sound and 3.5.1 Image (Smart Illumination) for Alarm Light.

Also see Appendix J. Installation Guidelines for Perimeter Protection.

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3.6.1.11 Crowd Density Monitoring

With Crowd Density Monitoring, an alarm is triggered when the number of people in a

specified area exceeds the defined alarm threshold. Note this function is only applicable to

GV-EBD4813 / 8800 / 8813, GV-BLFC5800, GV-EBFC5800, GV-PTZ5810-IR, GV-TBL4810

/ 8804 / 8810, GV-TDR4803 / 8805, GV-TFD4800, and GV-TVD4810 / 8810.

Select the checkbox next to Crowd Density Monitoring to enable and click to configure.

Figure 3-53

1. Once enabled, define the detection area on the live view.

2. For Report Interval(s), set the time interval (in seconds) for reporting crowd density data.

3. Under Crowd Density Alarm, set the alarm threshold for Minor Alarm, Major Alarm,

and Critical Alarm. The number of people set for Critical Alarm accounts for the

largest and Minor Alarm the smallest. The value ranges from 1 to 40, and each alarm

will be triggered when the number of people reaches the set threshold.

4. Under Trigger Actions, select on the desired alarm. See details in Step 6 at the

bottom of 3.6.1.1 Cross Line.

5. For Plan, follow Step 7 at the bottom of 3.6.1.1 Cross Line.

Also see Appendix L. Installation Guidelines for Crowd Density Monitoring.

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3.6.2 Advanced Settings

This section allows you to configure the clarity of the snapshots captured by face detection

events and choose the detection modes used for all video-analytic events.

Photo Parameters

Figure 3-54

Thumbnail Image Clarity: Drag the slider to adjust the clarity of the snapshots

captured by face detection events.

Note: Photo Parameters is not applicable to GV-EBD4700, GV-TBL2705 / 4705, and GV-

TDR4704.

Detection Parameters

Figure 3-55

Static Object Detection: Select On for the camera to detect both static and moving

targets and Off to detect moving targets only.

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3.7 Events

You can set the camera to generate an alarm upon motion detection, tampering alarm, audio

detection and one-key shielding linkage.

3.7.1 Motion Detection

Motion detection is used to generate an alarm whenever movement occurs in the specified

area.

Figure 3-56

1. In the Detection Area, click to create a new detection area.

2. Click and drag the detection area to a desired location.

3. Alternatively, select Grid as the Detection Mode to define the area for detection.

4. Use the following functions to reduce false alarm.

Sensitivity: Move the slider to adjust the detection sensitivity.

Object Size: When the extent of motion within the detection area exceeds the set

object size, motion detection alarm is triggered.

5. Set up Alarm Parameters.

Suppress alarm (5~3600): After an alarm is triggered, the alarm will not be

reported within the set time.

Clear alarm (1~600): After an alarm is triggered,

If the alarm is not triggered within the set time, the alarm will be cleared and the

alarm can be reported again.

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If the alarm is triggered within the set time, the alarm will not be cleared until the

suppress alarm time expires. Then the alarm can be reported again.

6. For Trigger Actions and Plan, follow Step 6 ~ 7 at the bottom of 3.6.1.1 Cross Line.

Note:

1. GV-ABL2703 series / 4703 / 4711, GV-ADR2702 / 4702, GV-BLFC5800, GV- EBD2704 / 4701 / 4704 / 4712 / 4813 / 8800 / 8813, GV-EBFC5800, GV-PTZ5810-IR, GV-TBL2703 series / 2705 / 4700 / 4703 / 4705 / 4711 / 4810 / 8710 / 8804 / 8810, GV-TDR2702 series / 2704 series / 4702 series / 4703 series / 4704 series / 4803 series / 8805, GV-TFD4700 / 4800, GV-TVD4700 / 4711 / 4810 / 8810, and GV- FER5702 support up to 4 Motion Detection areas while all other models support up to 8.

2. For the Upload to FTP function, make sure to configure the settings in 3.8.2 FTP and 3.3.2 Snapshot first.

3. For the Trigger E-mail function, make sure to configure the settings in 3.2.5 E-mail and 3.3.2 Snapshot first.

4. The Alarm Output option (under Trigger Actions) is not supported by GV-EBD2704 / 4701 / 4704 / 4712 / 8800 / 8813, GV-EBFC5800, GV-TBL2705 / 4700 / 4705 / 8804, GV-TDR2704 series / 4704 series, and GV-TVD4700.

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3.7.2 Tampering Alarm

Note this function is only applicable to GV-ABL2702 / 2703 series / 4703 / 4711 / 4712 /

8712, GV-ADR2700 / 4710 / 8710, GV-AVD2700 / 4710 / 8710, GV-BLFC5800, GV-EBD

series, GV-EBFC5800, GV-PTZ5810-IR, GV-TBL series, GV-TDR series, GV-TFD4700 /

4800, GV-TVD series, and GV-FER5702.

Tampering alarm is used to detect when the camera is being physically tampered with. An

alarm can be generated when the camera is moved, covered up, or out of focus.

Figure 3-57

1. Select On to enable Tampering Alarm.

2. Use the following functions to adjust the alarm settings.

Sensitivity: Move the slider to increase or decrease detection sensitivity.

Duration: Specify the duration of the alarm after which the triggered output device

will be turned off.

3. For Trigger Actions and Plan, follow Step 6 ~ 7 at the bottom of 3.6.1.1 Cross Line.

Note: The Alarm Output option (under Trigger Actions) is NOT supported by GV-

EBD2704 / 4701 / 4704 / 4712 / 8800 / 8813, GV-EBFC5800, GV-TBL2705 / 4700 / 4705 /

8804, GV-TDR2704 series / 4704 series, and GV-TVD4700.

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3.7.3 Audio Detection

Note this function is only applicable to audio-in-supporting models.

Audio detection is used to detect abnormal audio volume. When the rise, fall, or change of

volume exceeds the set limit, or when the input volume reaches the set threshold, an alarm

is generated. Make sure audio input is enabled.

Figure 3-58

1. Select On to activate Audio Detection.

2. Select a Detection Type.

Sudden Rises: An alarm is reported when the rise of volume exceeds the set

Difference.

Sudden Fall: An alarm is reported when the fall of volume exceeds the set

Difference.

Sudden Change: An alarm is reported when the rise or fall of volume exceeds the

set Difference.

Threshold: An alarm is reported when the volume exceeds the set Threshold.

3. Set a Difference or Threshold.

4. For Trigger Actions and Plan, follow Step 6 ~ 7 at the bottom of 3.6.1.1 Cross Line.

Select the actions to be triggered by an audio alarm and set a schedule plan if needed. Refer

to 3.7.1 Motion Detection for detailed instructions.

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3.7.4 Alarm Input

Note this function is only applicable to GV-ABL2701 Series / 2702 / 4701 Series / 4711 /

4712 / 8712, AVD2700 / 4701 / 8710, GV-BLFC5800, GV-TBL4710 / 4711 / 4810 / 8710 /

8810, GV-TDR2700 series / 4700 series / 4703 series / 4803 series / 8805, GV-TFD4700 /

4800, GV-TVD4710 / 4711 / 4810 / 8710 / 8810, and GV-FER5702.

The camera can receive alarm information from an input device.

Figure 3-59

1. Select Alarm Input 1 or Alarm Input 2 from the drop-down list.

2. Type an Alarm Name, and set an Alarm ID.

3. Select Normally Open or Normally Closed according to the type of the alarm input

device.

4. Select Enable next to Alarm Input.

5. For Trigger Actions and Plan, follow Step 6 ~ 7 at the bottom of 3.6.1.1 Cross Line.

6. Click Save.

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3.7.5 Alarm Output

Note this function is only applicable to GV-ABL2701 Series / 2702 / 4701 Series / 4711 /

4712 / 8712, AVD2700 / 4701 / 8710, GV-BLFC5800, GV-PTZ5810-IR, GV-TBL4710 / 4711

/ 4810 / 8710 / 8810, GV-TDR2700 series / 4700 series / 4703 series / 4803 series / 8805,

GV-TFD4700 / 4800, GV-TVD4710 / 4711 / 4810 / 8710 / 8810, and GV-FER5702.

After alarm output is triggered by a motion detection alarm, temperature alarm or input alarm,

the camera can trigger an output device.

Figure 3-60

1. Type the Alarm Name for the output device.

2. Set the status to Normally Open (default setting).

3. Set the alarm duration.

4. Set relay mode to trigger the output device as alarm lights. Select Monostable to trigger

by pulse or Bistable by low or high level.

5. Set a schedule plan in Output Schedule by following Step 7 at the bottom of 3.6.1.1

Cross Line.

6. Click Save.

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3.7.6 One-Key Shielding Linkage

Note this function is only applicable to GV-BLFC5800, GV-EBD4704 / 4813 / 8800 / 8813,

GV-EBFC5800, GV-FER5702, GV-PTZ5810-IR, GV-TBL4705 / 4810 / 8804 / 8810, GV-

TDR4704 / 4803 / 8805, GV-TFD4800, and GV-TVD4810 / 8810.

You can disable input / output alarms or e-mails alerts trigger over appointed period of time.

Figure 3-61

1. Select No Shielding, Periodic Shielding, or One-Time Shielding under the Shielding

Mode. For Period Shielding and One-Time Shielding, set the desired shielding time

period under Shielding Time.

2. Select Alarm Input / output / Send E-mail / Alarm Sound you wish to disable under

Shield.

3. Click Save.

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3.8 Storage

This section allows you to configure storage related settings and set up FTP server.

3.8.1 Formatting Storage

Note this function is only applicable to GV-ABL2702 / 4712 / 8712, GV-AVD2700 / 4710 /

8710, GV-BLFC5800, GV-EBD2704 / 4701 / 4704 / 4711 / 4712 / 4813 / 8711 / 8800 / 8813,

GV-EBFC5800, GV-FER5702, GV-PTZ5810-IR, GV-TBL2705 / 4700 / 4705 / 4710 / 4810 /

8710 / 8804 / 8810, GV-TDR2700 series / 2704 series / 4700 series / 4703 series / 4704

series / 4803 series / 8805, GV-TFD4700 / 4800, and GV-TVD4700 / 4710 / 4810 / 8710 /

8810.

After inserting a memory card, you need to reboot the camera and refresh the Web interface.

You can configure the storage settings on the Storage page.

[Storage]

Figure 3-62

Storage Medium: Click the Format button to format the memory card before you start

recording and Enable the memory card.

[Allocate Capacity]

Figure 3-63

Video: Set the storage capacity used to store recorded videos. The remaining capacity

is used for captured snapshots.

Common Snapshot: The storage capacity used to store captured snapshots.

Face Snapshot: The storage capacity used to store captured face snapshots.

Intelligent Snapshot: The storage capacity used to store captured snapshots of motor

vehicle (cars, trucks, and buses), non-motor vehicle (bicycles and motorcycles), and

people.

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Note:

1. Face Snapshot is only supported by GV-ABL2702 / 4701 / 4712 / 8712, GV-ADR4701, GV-AVD2700 / 4710 / 8710, GV-EBD2702 / 4700 / 4711 / 8700 / 8711, GV-PTZ5810- IR, GV-TBL4710 / 8710, GV-TDR2700 / 4700, GV-TVD4710 / 8710, and GV-SD2722- IR / 3732-IR.

2. Intelligent Snapshot is only supported by GV-BLFC5800, GV-EBD4813 / 8800 / 8813, GV-EBFC5800, GV-PTZ5810-IR, GV-TBL4810 / 8804 / 8810, GV-TDR4803 / 8805, GV-TFD4800, and GV-TVD4810 / 8810.

[Video Storage Info]

Figure 3-64

Storage Policy: Choose the Storage Policy from the three options.

Manual and Alarm Recording: Manually start recording and upon input-triggered

events.

Scheduled and Alarm Recording: Start recording by schedule and upon input-

triggered events.

Alarm Recording Only: Start recording upon input-triggered events.

Note: The file size of more than 500 MB is required to create one recording file.

Note for GV-ABL4711, GV-EBD2704 / 4701 / 4712, GV-TBL2705 / 4700 / 4711, GV-

TDR2704 series / 4703 series, GV-TFD4700, and GV-TVD4700 / 4711, the options for

Storage Policy are as follows:

Manual Storage: Manually start recording.

Planned Storage: Start recording by schedule.

Off: Stop recording.

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Stream: Select the stream you want to use for recording.

When Storage Full:

Overwrite: If there is no free space in the memory card, new data will overwrite the

existing date repeatedly.

Stop: If there is no free space in the memory card, new data will not be saved to the

memory card.

Note: This function is NOT applicable to GV-ABL4711 / TBL4711 / TFD4700 / TVD4711.

Post Record(s): When an alarm is raised, the camera is triggered to record live video

and continues recording for the specified post-record time after the alarm is cleared.

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3.8.2 FTP

After the configuration of FTP, you will be able to upload snapshots from the camera to the

specified FTP server.

General

Figure 3-65

1. Type the Server IP address.

2. Change the Port No. of the FTP server if needed.

3. Type the Username and Password of the upload account.

4. Enable Upload Images.

5. Select Overwrite Storage to overwrite the oldest images when the storage is full. You

can set the maximum number of images allowed in Overwrite At (Image). When the

defined image threshold is reached, the oldest image is overwritten.

6. Save To Root Directory: Select a directory in which to save the images, or select

Custom to name a storage folder on the FTP server.

7. Under File Name, select a Separator and a combination of Naming Element(s) to name

the snapshots captured. A template of the file name is shown.

8. Click Save.

Note:

1. To upload snapshots, make sure to enable the Snapshot function. For more detailed instructions, refer to 3.3.2 Snapshot.

2. If Overwrite Storage is not selected and the storage is full, snapshots can no longer be taken.

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Face (Intelligent)

This function is used to store snapshots taken for smart functions such as face detection.

For GV-BLFC5800, GV-EBD4813 / 8800 / 8813, GV-EBFC5800, GV-PTZ5810-IR, GV-

TBL4810 / 8804 / 8810, GV-TDR4803 series / 8805, GV-TFD4800, and GV-TVD4810 / 8810,

this function is named Intelligent to store captured snapshots of motor vehicle (cars, trucks,

and buses), non-motor vehicle (bicycles and motorcycles), and people.

Figure 3-66

1. Type the Server IP address.

2. Change the Port No. of the FTP server if needed.

3. Type the Username and Password of the upload account.

4. Save To Root Directory: Select a directory in which to save the images, or select

Custom to name a storage folder on the FTP server.

5. Under File Name, select a Separator and a combination of Naming Element(s) to name

the snapshots captured. A template of the file name is shown.

Note: This function is NOT supported by GV-ABL4711, GV-EBD2704 / 4701 / 4704 / 4712, GV-TBL2705 / 4700 / 4705 / 4711, GV-TDR2704 series / 4703 series / 4704 series, GV- TFD4700, GV-TVD4700 / 4711, and GV-FER5702.

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3.8.3 Backing Up Storage

Note this function is only applicable to Internet Explorer browsers.

In the Photo setting, you can back up the existing videos and snapshots to your local PC.

Figure 3-67

1. Select Photo at the top of the Web interface and click Refresh.

2. Click Ascending Order or Descending Order to sort the folders.

3. Click to view more folders and select or deselect the folders to back up.

4. Click Export and select a destination to store the selected folders.

5. Click Delete to delete the selected folders.

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3.9 Security

This section allows you to create user accounts and set the network security settings.

3.9.1 User

There are two types of accounts: Administrator and Common User.

Administrator: Admin has full permission and can manage all users and devices. Only

one admin account is allowed in the system.

Common User: Common User only has permission to play live and recorded video. Up

to 31 common users are allowed in the system.

Figure 3-68

Note:

1. The Username of the Admin account cannot be modified.

2. Changing the username or password of a user while the user is logged in will force the user to log out. The user must use the new username or password to log in.

3. You can also configure User under Common for GV-ABD1300, ABL2701, ADR1300, BLFC5800, EBD4700 / 8711, EBFC5800, TBL2705 / 4700 / 4701 / 8804, TDR2700 / 2704 / 8805, and TFD4700 / 4800.

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3.9.2 Network Security

There are five types of network security settings: HTTPS, Authentication, ARP Protection,

IP Address Filtering and Access Policy.

HTTPS

You can enable the Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS) settings to access the

camera through a secure protocol. Click On to enable, and optionally click Browse to locate

an SSL certificate from your local computer and click Upload.

Figure 3-69

Authentication

RTSP (Real Time Streaming Protocol) and HTTP (Hypertext Transfer Protocol) are different

application layer protocols for transmitting video. Set the Authentication mode for RTSP

streaming or HTTP streaming.

Figure 3-70

For RTSP command, see Appendix B.

For HTTP command, see Appendix C.

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ARP Protection

This function can protect the camera from ARP attacks. When the camera visits an IP of

another network segment via a gateway, it can only communicate with the MAC address

binding to the gateway address in the same segment.

Figure 3-71

1. Select On to enable ARP Protection.

2. Type Gateway MAC Address.

3. Click Save.

IP Address Filtering

Figure 3-72

1. Select On to enable IP Address Filtering.

2. Choose a Filtering Mode: Allowlist or Deny Access.

3. Click to add an IP address.

4. Click to delete an IP address.

5. Click Save.

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Access Policy

Access Policy measures the strength of account passwords upon login.

Figure 3-73

By enabling Illegal Login Lock, the camera will apply a 5-minute account lockout duration

after 5 failed login attempts.

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3.10 System

This section allows you to set the camera time and update the firmware.

3.10.1 Time

You can use the following methods to adjust the system time of your camera.

Time

Figure 3-74

1. Select a Sync Mode.

Sync with System Configuration: Select a Time Zone, manually set a time by

clicking on the System Time, or synchronize with the computer time.

Sync with NTP Server: To synchronize with a network time server, type the IP

address of the network time server next to NTP Server Address and specify the

Update Interval.

Sync with Management Server (ONVIF): The device time is synchronized with

Management Server (ONVIF).

Sync with Latest Server Time: The device time is synchronized with the latest

updated time, either on ONVIF or the Web interface.

2. Select a Time Zone.

3. Next to System Time, manually set the cameras time or click Sync with Computer

Time to synchronize with the time of your PC.

4. Click Save.

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DST

To adjust the cameras time for daylight saving time:

1. Click the DST tab at the top.

Figure 3-75

2. Select On to enable DST.

3. Set a Start Time and End Time for the Daylight Saving Time.

4. Select a time period for DST Bias.

5. Click Save.

Note: You can also configure Time under Common for GV-ABD1300, ABL2701, ADR1300, BLFC5800, EBD4700 / 8711, EBFC5800, TBL2705 / 4700 / 4701 / 8804, TDR2700 / 2704 / 8805, and TFD4700 / 4800.

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3.10.2 Server

Note this function is only applicable to GV-BLFC5800, GV-EBD4813 / 8800 / 8813, GV-

EBFC5800, GV-PTZ5810-IR, GV-TBL4810 / 8804 / 8810, GV-TDR4803 / 8805, GV-

TFD4800, and GV-TVD4810 / 8810.

Server allows you to quickly access the FTP setting page. Click the FTP button to go to the

FTP settings page and complete the storage settings. See 3.8.2 FTP for details.

Figure 3-76

Note: You can also configure Server under Common for GV-BLFC5800, EBD4700 / 8711, EBF5800, TBL4710 / 8804, TDR2700 / 8805, and TFD4800.

3.10.3 Maintenance

This section allows you to upgrade the firmware, restart the camera, and backup/import

camera configurations.

Figure 3-77

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[Software Upgrade]

For detailed instructions, refer to 4.1 Upgrading System Firmware and 4.1.1 Using the Web

Interface.

[Config Management] Export the current configurations of the camera and save them to the

PC or an external storage medium. You can also quickly restore configurations by importing

backup configurations stored on the PC or an external storage medium back to the camera.

[Diagnosis Info] Includes logs and system configurations. Click Browse to select a

destination folder on your PC and then Export to save diagnostic information.

[Power Output] Click On to enable 12V DC power output. Note this is only applicable to GV-

TFD4800 and TVD-4810 / 8810.

[Device Restart] Click Restart to restart the device after you confirm the operation.

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3.10.4 Network Diagnosis

Note this function is only applicable to GV-BLFC5800, GV-EBD4704 / 4813 / 8800 / 8813,

GV-EBFC5800, GV-FER5702, GV-PTZ5810-IR, TBL4705 / 4810 / 8804 / 8810, TDR4704 /

4803 / 8805, and TVD4810 / 8810.

This section allows personnel to examine your network environment.

Figure 3-78

3.10.5 Log

Note this function is only applicable to GV-BLFC5800, GV-EBD4704 / 4813 / 8800 / 8813,

GV-EBFC5800, GV-FER5702, GV-PTZ5810-IR, TBL4705 / 4810 / 8804 / 8810, TDR4704 /

4803 / 8805, GV-TFD4800, and TVD4810 / 8810.

Log allows you to inquire configurations made on the camera and export the information to

the local PC.

Figure 3-79

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3.10.6 Ports and Devices

Note this function is only applicable to GV-PTZ5810-IR.

This section allows you to exchange data with a third-party device with the RS485 serial port.

Note that the serial setting on the camera should match that of the connected third-party

device.

Figure 3-80

[Port Mode]

Transparent Channel: Select Trans-Channel from the drop-down list of Port Mode to

achieve a transparent data transmission with a third-party device.

OSD: Select OSD from the drop-down list of Port Mode to display information from a

third-party device. This mode allows the camera to receive information from the third-

party device through the RS485 serial port, translate the received information, and

display it on the local OSD.

Local PTZ Control: Select Local PTZ Control from the drop-down list of Port Mode.

This mode allows you to control a local PTZ camera through a third-party device without

having to use the local cameras PTZ control panel.

ONVIF Transparent Channel: Select Trans-Channel via ONVIF from the drop-down

list of Port Mode. This mode allows you transmit data through ONVIF transparent

channel between the cameras RS485 port and a third-party device.

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Chapter 4 Advanced Applications

This chapter introduces more advanced applications.

4.1 Upgrading System Firmware

GeoVision periodically releases updated firmware on the company website. The new

firmware can be loaded into the camera using the Web interface or GV-IP Device Utility.

Important Notes before You Start

Before you start updating the firmware, please read these important notes:

1. If you use GV-IP Device Utility for firmware upgrade, the computer used to upgrade

firmware must be under the same network as the camera.

2. Stop monitoring on the camera.

3. Stop the cameras connection to GV-VMS / DVR / NVR and all remote connections.

4. While the firmware is being updated, the power supply must not be interrupted.

5. If firmware upgrade fails, you will need to restore the camera back to its default settings.

For details, see 4.2 Restoring to Factory Default Settings.

WARNING:

1. The interruption of power supply during updating causes not only update failures but

also damages to your camera. In this case, please contact our sales representatives

and send your device back to GeoVision for repair.

2. It is not suggested to downgrade firmware since it may cause unpredictable issues.

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4.1.1 Using the Web Interface

Log into the Web interface and follow the steps below to update the firmware.

1. At the top, click Setup.

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

Figure 4-1

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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4.1.2 Using GV-IP Device Utility

You can upgrade the camera firmware using GV-IP Device Utility. Note the computer used to

upgrade firmware must be under the same network as the camera.

1. Download GV-IP Device Utility from the company website. Thenfollow the onscreen

instructions to install the program.

2. Double-click the GV IP Device Utility icon created on your desktop.

3. Click the camera in the list and select Configure.

Figure 4-2

5. Type the cameras user name and password to log in.

6. Click the Firmware Upgrade tab. This dialog box appears.

Figure 4-3

7. Click Browse to locate the firmware file (.zip) saved at your local computer.

8. Click Upgrade to start upgrading the firmware.

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4.2 Restoring to Factory Default Settings

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-EBD4711 / 4712 / 4813 / 8711 / 8813, GV-ABL2703 series / 4703, GV- AVD2700 / 4710 / 8710, 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 respond 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.

Figure 4-4

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Chapter 5 DVR / NVR / VMS

The GV-VMS / DVR / NVR provides a full range of video management functions and features,

such as video viewing, recording, playback, alert settings, and more. The following is a list of

related integration specifications:

For a list of compatible versions of GV-VMS / DVR / NVR based on your camera model,

see Appendix D.

The following lists the maximum throughput and streams when an IP camera is

connected to other applications:

Model Maximum

throughput

Maximum stream (When the total bitrate is within the maximum

throughput)

When connecting to software only

When connecting to software and Web

interface

When connecting to Web interface

GV-ABL4712 GV-AVD4710 GV-TBL4710 GV-TVD4710

30 Mbps 20 32

GV-TDR2704 GV-EBD2704 GV-TBL2705 GV-TDR4704 GV-TBL4705 GV-EBD4704

40 Mbps 6 32

GV-TFD4800 50 Mbps 20 32

Other models 40 Mbps 20 32

When an IP camera is connected to IE browser or any GeoVision CMS application, it

takes up 1 stream; when it is connected to GV-VMS / DVR / NVR, it takes up 2 streams.

DVR /NVR / VMS

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5.1 Setting Up IP Cameras on GV-DVR / NVR

To set up the camera on GV-DVR / NVR, follow these steps:

1. On the main screen, click the Configure button, select System Configure, select

Camera Install and click IP Camera Install. This dialog box appears.

Figure 5-1

2. To automatically set up the camera, click Scan Camera to detect any camera on the

LAN.

3. Double-click your camera and type the cameras User name and Password.

Figure 5-2

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4. Click OK. This dialog box appears.

Figure 5-3

5. Click OK. The IP camera is added to the connection list.

6. Click the listed camera and select Display position to map the IP camera to a channel

on the GV-DVR / NVR.

Figure 5-4

7. The Statue column should display Connected. Click OK.

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After the camera is connected and assigned with a display position, you can configure the

cameras settings, such as frame rate, codec type and resolution. Right-click the desired

camera to see the following list of options:

Figure 5-5

Network Time Out: When network disconnection exceeds the specified time period, the

camera status displayed as Connection Lost.

On-Demand Display: Enable automatic switching between main stream and sub

stream based on the size of camera image on screen.

Live-view frame rate control (Sub / Main): Set the frame rate of the stream to help

reduce the CPU usage. If the codec is set as MJPEG, select the number of frames to

allow in a second. If the codec is H.265 or H.264, select one of the following options:

Maximum Live-view Frame Rate: View the video at the maximum frame rate

possible.

Live-view Key Frame only: You can choose to view the key frames of the videos

only instead of all frames on the live view. This option is related to the GOP setting

of the IP camera. For example, if the GOP value is set to 30, there is only one key

frame in every 30 frames.

Frames to keep in live view buffer: Specify the number of frames to keep in the live

view buffer.

Recording Codec Format: Select the codec to record in.

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5.2 Setting Up IP Cameras on GV-VMS

Follow the steps below to manually connect your camera to GV-VMS.

1. To access the IP Device Setup page, click Home , select Toolbar , click

Configure and select Camera Install.

Figure 5-6

2. Click Automatic Setup .

3. Double-click the camera and type the User name and Password of the camera.

Figure 5-7

DVR /NVR / VMS

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4. Click OK. This dialog box appears.

Figure 5-8

5. Click OK to add the camera to the list.

6. To connect the added camera, click the box beside the ID column. Upon successful

connection, the Status icon shows green, with the video resolution and bitrate being

displayed in the correspondent columns.

Figure 5-9

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Appendix

A. RTSP Multicast Protocol Support

The camera supports RTSP multicast protocol for both video and audio streaming. Use the

following RTSP multicast command to access the camera images:

Stream 1: rtsp:// /multicast/video1

Stream 2: rtsp:// /multicast/video2

For example, rtsp:// 192.168.4.115/multicast/video1

B. RTSP Protocol Support

The camera can support RTSP protocol for both video and audio streaming. Use the

following RTSP command to access the camera image:

Stream 1: rtsp:// : @ /media/video1

Stream 2: rtsp:// : @ /media/video2

For example, rtsp://admin:admin@192.168.3.111/media/video1

Note:

1. See 3.9.2 Network Security for RTSP related settings on the Web interface.

2. Only VLC and QuickTime players are supported for video streaming via RTSP

protocol.

C. HTTP Protocol Support

The camera supports HTTP protocol for accessing snapshots. To obtain a snapshot of the

live view, type the following HTTP command on your Web browser:

http:// /images/snapshot.jpg

For example, http://192.168.0.10/images/snapshot.jpg

When the Windows Security dialog box appears, type the cameras user name and

password to receive the captured snapshot.

Note: See 3.9.2 Network Security for HTTP related settings on the Web interface.

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D. Compatible Versions of GV-VMS / DVR / NVR

Compatible versions of GV-VMS / DVR / NVR based on camera models listed as follows:

Camera Model Compatible GV-DVR / NVR Compatible GV-VMS

GV-EBD2702 V8.7.4.0 with patch files or later V17.1 with patch files or later

GV-EBD2704 V8.9.1 with patch files or later V17.4.1 with patch files or later

V18.2.1 with patch files or later

GV-EBD4700 V8.7.3.0 with patch files or later V16.11.0.0 with patch files or later

GV-EBD4701 V8.9.0 (no patch files required) V17.4.0 (no patch files required)

V18.1.1 with patch files or later

GV-EBD4704 V8.9.1 with patch files or later V17.4.1 with patch files or later

V18.2.1 with patch files or later

GV-EBD4711 V8.7.4.0 with patch files or later V16.11.0.0 with patch files or later

GV-EBD4712 V8.9.0 (no patch files required) V17.4.0 (no patch files required)

V18.1.1 with patch files or later

GV-EBD4813 V8.9.1 with patch files or later V17.4.2 with patch files or later

V18.2.1 with patch files or later

GV-EBD8700 V8.8.0 with patch files or later V17.1.0.100 with patch files or later

GV-EBD8711 V8.7.4.0 with patch files or later V17.1 with patch files or later

GV-EBD8800 V8.9.1 with patch files or later V17.4.1 with patch files or later

V18.2.1 with patch files or later

GV-EBD8813 V8.9.1 with patch files or later V17.4.1 with patch files or later

V18.2.1 with patch files or later

GV-ABL2701 Series V8.7.4.0 with patch files or later V16.11.0.0 with patch files or later

GV-ABL2702 V8.7.4.0 with patch files or later V17.1 with patch files or later

GV-ABL2703 V8.8.0 with patch files or later V17.2.0 (no patch files required)

GV-ABL4701 Series V8.7.4.0 with patch files or later V16.11.0.0 with patch files or later

GV-ABL4703 V8.8.0 with patch files or later V17.2.0 (no patch files required)

GV-ABL4711 V8.8.0 with patch files or later V17.3.0 with patch files or later

V18.1.1 with patch files or later

GV-ABL4712 V8.7.4.0 with patch files or later V16.11.0.0 with patch files or later

GV-ABL8712 V8.7.4.0 with patch files or later V17.1 with patch files or later

GV-ADR2701 V8.7.4.0 with patch files or later V16.11.0.0 with patch files or later

GV-ADR2702 V8.8.0 (no patch files required) V17.1.0.100 with patch files or later

GV-ADR4701 V8.7.4.0 with patch files or later V16.11.0.0 with patch files or later

GV-ADR4702 V8.8.0 (no patch files required) V17.1.0.100 with patch files or later

GV-AVD2700 V8.7.4.0 with patch files or later V17.1 with patch files or later

GV-AVD4710 V8.7.4.0 with patch files or later V16.11.0.0 with patch files or later

GV-AVD8710 V8.7.4.0 with patch files or later V17.1 with patch files or later

GV-TBL2703 Series V8.8.0 with patch files or later V17.3.0 with patch files or later

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GV-TBL2705 V8.9.1 with patch files or later V17.4.1 with patch files or later

V18.2.1 with patch files or later

GV-TBL4700 V8.8.0 with patch files or later V17.3.0 with patch files or later

V18.1.1 with patch files or later

GV-TBL4703 V8.8.0 with patch files or later V17.3.0 with patch files or later

GV-TBL4705 V8.9.1 with patch files or later V17.4.1 with patch files or later

V18.2.1 with patch files or later

GV-TBL4710 V8.8.0 with patch files or later V17.1.0.100 with patch files or later

GV-TBL4711 V8.8.0 with patch files or later V17.3.0 with patch files or later

V18.1.1 with patch files or later

GV-TBL4810 V8.9.1 with patch files or later V17.4.2 with patch files or later

V18.2.1 with patch files or later

GV-TBL8710 V8.8.0 with patch files or later V17.1.0.100 with patch files or later

GV-TBL8804 V8.9.1 with patch files or later V17.4.1 with patch files or later

V18.2.1 with patch files or later

GV-TBL8810 V8.9.1 with patch files or later V17.4.1 with patch files or later

V18.2.1 with patch files or later

GV-BLFC5800 V8.9.1 with patch files or later V17.4.3 with patch files or later

V18.2.1 with patch files or later

GV-TDR2700 V8.7.6.0 with patch files or later V17.1.0.100 with patch files or later

GV-TDR2702 V8.8.0 with patch files or later V17.3.0 with patch files or later

GV-TDR2704 Series V8.9.1 with patch files or later V17.4.1 with patch files or later

V18.2.1 with patch files or later

GV-TDR4700 Series V8.8.0 with patch files or later V17.1.0.100 with patch files or later

GV-TDR4702 V8.8.0 with patch files or later V17.3.0 with patch files or later

GV-TDR4703 Series V8.9.0 (no patch files required) V17.4.0 (no patch files required)

V18.1.1 with patch files or later

GV-TDR4704 Series V8.9.1 with patch files or later V17.4.1 with patch files or later

V18.2.1 with patch files or later

GV-TDR4803 Series V8.9.1 with patch files or later V17.4.2 with patch files or later

V18.2.1 with patch files or later

GV-TFD4700 V8.9.1 with patch files or later V17.4.1 with patch files or later

V18.2.1 with patch files or later

GV-TVD4700 V8.8.0 with patch files or later V17.3.0 with patch files or later

V18.1.1 with patch files or later

GV-TVD4710 V8.8.0 with patch files or later V17.1.0.100 with patch files or later

GV-TVD4711 V8.8.0 with patch files or later V17.3.0 with patch files or later

V18.1.1 with patch files or later

GV-TVD4810 V8.9.1 with patch files or later V17.4.2 with patch files or later

V18.2.1 with patch files or later

GV-TVD8710 V8.8.0 with patch files or later V17.1.0.100 with patch files or later

GV-TVD8810 V8.9.1 with patch files or later V17.4.1 with patch files or later

V18.2.1 with patch files or later

GV-FER5702 N/A V17.4.3 with patch files or later

V18.2.1 with patch files or later

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GV-PTZ5810-IR V8.9.1 with patch files or later V17.4.3 with patch files or later

V18.2.1 with patch files or later

GV-EBFC5800 V8.9.1 with patch files or later V17.4.4 or later

V18.2.1 with patch files or later

GV-TDR8805 V8.9.1 with patch files or later V17.4.4 or later

V18.2.1 with patch files or later

GV-TFD4800 V8.9.1 with patch files or later V17.4.5 or later

V18.3.0 or later

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E. GV-Mount Dimensions

Dimensions of various GV-Mount are illustrated below:

GV-Mount Models Dimensions

GV-Mount107

87mm

8 7 m

m

120mm

3 4 m

m

1"NPT 8mm

16mm

(3 .4

2 ")

(0.3")

(4.72")

(0.63") (1

.3 4 ")

(3.42")

500mm

2 3 .5

m m

1 "N

P T

300mm

100mm

3 5 m

m

200mm

(3.94")

(0 .9

3 ")

(1 .3

8 ")

2 3 .5

m m

1 "N

P T

3 5 m

m

(0 .9

3 ")

2 3 .5

m m

1 "N

P T

3 5 m

m

(0 .9

3 ")

2 3 .5

m m

1 "N

P T

3 5 m

m

(0 .9

3 ")

(1 .3

8 ")

(1 .3

8 ")

(1 .3

8 ")

(7.87")

(11.8")

(19.7")

4

0 m

m

1 "N

P T

20mm

25mm 15mm

1 9

m m

3 /4

"P F

20mm

M4

(1 .5

7 ")

(0.79")

(0.98") (0.59")

(0 .7

5 ")

(0.79")

GV-Mount211-2

GV-Mount211P

GV-Mount212-2

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GV-Mount212P

GV-Mount213

GV-Mount300-2

233mm

1 3 7 m

m

1 6 0 m

m

1 3 0 m

m

(5 .1

1 ")

(6 .3

")

(9.17")

(5 .4

")

4 0 m

m

160mm

1 6 0 m

m

160mm

20mm

15mm

4 5

m m

4 5

m m

(1 .7

7 ")

(1 .7

7 ")

(6.3")

(1 .5

7 ")

(6.3")

(6 .3

")

(0.79")

(0.59")

90 m

m

15m m

10m m

9m m

4 5 m

m

7.5mm

4 5 m

m (1

.7 7 ")

(1 .7

7 ")

(0.3")

(0 .3

5" )

(0.39")

(0.59")

(3 .5

4" )

1 3 0 m

m (5

.1 1 ")

GV-Mount310-2

4 0

m m

160mm

1 6

0 m

m

160mm

20mm

15mm

4 5 m

m 4 5 m

m (1

.7 7 ")

(1 .7

7 ")

(6.3")

(1 .5

7 ")

(6.3")

(6 .3

")

(0.79")

(0.59")

90 m

m

15m m

10m m

9m m

45mm

7 .5

m m

45mm (1.77") (1.77")

(0 .3

")

(0 .3

5" )

(0.39")

(0.59")

(3 .5

4" )

130mm (5.11")

290mm

6 6 m

m

1 6 0 m

m

1 3 0 m

m

(11.4")

(2 .6

") (5

.1 1 ")

(6 .3

")

GV-Mount502

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GV-Mount503

GV-Mount504

GV-Mount606

GV-Mount704

10 / 20 / 30 / 50 cm

500mm

2 3 .5

m m

1 "N

P T

300mm

100mm

3 5 m

m

200mm

(3.94")

(0 .9

3 ")

(1 .3

8 ")

2 3 .5

m m

1 "N

P T

3 5 m

m

(0 .9

3 ")

2 3 .5

m m

1 "N

P T

3 5 m

m

(0 .9

3 ")

2 3 .5

m m

1 "N

P T

3 5 m

m

(0 .9

3 ")

(1 .3

8 ")

(1 .3

8 ")

(1 .3

8 ")

(7.87")

(11.8")

(19.7")

4 0

m m

1 "N

P T

M4

40mm

(1 .5

7 ")

(1.57")

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F. GV-Mount300-2 / 310-2

GV- Mount310-2GV- Mount300-2

GV-Mount300-2 / 310-2 Packing List

Mounting Bracket

Convex Mounting Plate x 2

(for GV-Mount300-2)

Concave Mounting Plate x 2

(for GV-Mount310-2)

Carriage Bolt x 6

1/4 Plain Washer x 6

1/4 Flange Nut x 6

M4 Screw (25 mm) x 4

M4 Plain Washer x 4

M4 Flange Nut x 4

M3 Screw (15 mm) x 4

M3 Plain Washer x 4

M3 Flange Nut x 4

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To install GV-ABL / TBL Series, GV-ADR2702 / 4702, GV-AVD / TVD Series, GV-

BLFC5800, GV-EBD Series, GV-EBFC5800, GV-PTZ5810-IR, GV-TDR Series, GV-

TFD4700 / 4800, ordirectly on GV-Mount300-2 / 310-2, follow the instructions below.

1. Assemble the GV-Mount300-2 / 310-2, by attaching the two mounting plates onto the

mounting bracket with the supplied carriage bolts, 1/4 plain washers, and 1/4 flange

nuts.

2. Thread the camera wires through the hole in the center of the mounting bracket.

3. Position the base of your camera according to the enclosed Screw Position Chart.

4. Attach the camera onto the mounting bracket.

A. For GV-EBD2702 / 2704 / 4700 / 4701 / 4704 / 8700 / 8800 and GV-EBFC5800

Remove the camera housing and attach the camera base to the mounting bracket

with the supplied M3 screws, washers, and flange nuts. See similar installation in

Step 3 ~ 6, 1.1.4.1 GV-EBD2702 / 2704 / 4700 / 4701 / 4704 / 8700 / 8800 Standard

Installation.

B. For GV-EBD4711 / 4712 / 4813 / 8711 / 8813 & GV-PTZ5810-IR

Remove the camera housing and attach the camera base to the mounting bracket

with the supplied M3 screws, washers, and flange nuts. See similar installation in

Step 3 ~ 6, 1.1.4.2 GV-EBD4711 / 4712 / 4813 / 8711 / 8813 Standard Installation.

C. For GV-ABL / TBL Series & GV-BLFC5800 (Not applicable to GV-TBL2705 / 4705

/ 8804)

Attach the camera to the mounting bracket with the supplied M4 screws, washers,

and flange nuts.

D. For GV-ADR2702 / 4702 / GV-TDR Series / GV-TFD4700 / 4800

Attach the camera to the mounting bracket with the supplied M3 screws, washers,

and flange nuts. Close and secure the camera housing.

E. For GV-AVD / TVD Series

Remove the camera housing and attach the camera base to the mounting bracket

with the supplied M4 screws, washers, and flange nuts. See similar installation in

Step 3 ~ 4, 1.4.4 Installation.

5. Secure the assembled GV-IP Camera and GV-Mount300-2 / 310-2 to the wall with the 4

self-prepared screws with the arrow pointing up.

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To install GV-Mount211P / 211-2 / 212-2 / 212P / 213 / 502 / 503 on GV-Mount300-2 / 310-2

1. Assemble the GV-Mount300-2 / 310-2, by attaching the two mounting plates onto the

mounting bracket with the supplied carriage bolts, 1/4 plain washers, and 1/4 flange

nuts.

2. Position and secureGV-Mount211P / 211-2 / 212-2 / 212P / 213 / 502 / 503 to GV-

Mount300-2 / 310-2 as instructed on the enclosed Screw Position Chart.

3. Secure your GV-IP Camera to the GV-Mount211P / 211-2 / 212-2 / 212P / 213 / 502 /

503 to complete the installation.

Note: For details on attaching your GV-IP Camera to GV-Mount211P / 211-2 / 212-2 /

212P / 213 / 502 / 503, see optional installations in Chapter 1 Introduction.

G. Screw Position Chart

Screws:M4*25

GV-Mount502

GV-TBL2703/4703

GV-ABL2701/4701/2703/4703

Screws:M4*25

GV-Mount503

GV-Mount211P

GV-Mount211-2

Screws:M4*25

GV-Mount212-2

Screws:M4*25

GV-Mount212P

Screws:M4*25

GV-Mount213

Screws:M4*25

GV-ABL2702/4711/4712/8712

GV-TBL4700/4710/4711/4810

/8710/8810

Screws:M3*15

GV-ADR2702/4702

GV-TFD4700

GV-TDR2700/2702/2704/4700/

4702/4703/4704/4803

GV-AVD2700/4710/8710

GV-TVD4700/4710/4711/4810/8710/8810

Screws:M3*15

GV-EBD2702/2704

Screws:M3*15

GV-EBD4700/4701/4704/8700/8800

Screws:M3*15

GV-EBD4711/4712/4813/8711/8813

If you cannot find the desired camera model, please visit our website for more information.

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H. Note for Fisheye Camera with IR LED

When installing Mount107 / 211P / 212P to your GV-FER5702, leave a distance of 1 M (3.28

ft) or more between the camera body and nearby walls to avoid reflected glare by IR LED.

I. Retrieve Cameras Password

You can collect required information and contact our support teams to retrieve your cameras

password. Refer to the instructions here

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J. Installation Guidelines for Perimeter Protection

To use the functions of Cross Line, Intrusion Detection, Enter Area, and Leave Area,

which is only supported by AI-capable cameras, it is recommended to install the camera

according to the criteria listed below:

Lighting Requirements

1. Lighting at the site must be greater than 50 lux.

2. Lighting at the site must be even and stable.

Environmental Requirements

3. Mount height: 3 ~ 6 meters.

4. Monitoring distance: 6 ~ 30 meters.

5. Coverage width: 10 ~ 20 meters with a maximum of 30 meters.

6. Avoid strong backlight or front light in outdoor scenes.

7. Avoid scenes with strobe or flash illuminators in outdoor scenes.

Note: The mount height, monitoring distance and coverage width are all affected by the

object pixel. For motor vehicle/non-motor vehicle/pedestrian, 200 pixels or more is

recommended, and it must not be lower than 100 pixels.

Surveillance Illustration

H: Mount height; L: Capture distance; W: Coverage width

Recommended Scenes

Clear background, even lighting, and installation angle meets the requirement.

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Note Recommended Scenes

Complex perimeter, bad environment; large top view angle, causing objects hard to

recognize; uneven lighting.

Image Configuration

Use the default parameters of Starlight or Common scene.

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K. Installation Guidelines for People Flow Counting

To use the People Flow Counting function, which is only supported by AI-capable cameras, it

is recommended to install the camera according to the criteria listed below:

Installation Considerations

1. It is recommended to install the camera at a height of 4 ~ 9 meters (13.1 ~ 29.5 ft)

when the overhead angle of the camera is 30~60, and the effective monitoring width

is between 1 ~ 8 meters (3.3 ~ 26.2 ft).

2. It is recommended to install the camera at a height of 3 ~ 5 meters (9.8 ~ 16.4 ft) when

the overhead angle of the camera is 60~90, and the effective monitoring width is

between 1 ~ 5 meters (3.3 ~ 16.4 ft).

3. Avoid areas that may affect accuracy as far as possible, such as in the detection area

there are leaf shaking interference, serious shadow shaking, glass floor tile reflective

scenes.

4. If the flow of people in the area is too dense and stagnant, if there is a block on the

head, it will have an impact on the index. Such scenes should be avoided as far as

possible in the detection area.

5. The camera should be well fixed, unable to move or shake.

6. Input image aspect ratio is required to be 16:9.

7. It does not support infrared scenes, strong backlight, dim scenes and night light

changing scenes, etc.

8. The scene with reflection is not supported, which will cause more false detections. It is

recommended to adjust the camera angle to eliminate the reflection.

9. When there is unusual weather such as rain, snow and fog, the scene indicators will be

greatly affected.

10. All functions are not suitable for scenes with more occlusion and interference.

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11. When adjusting the monitoring range and setting business rules, attention should be

paid to the pixel size of pedestrian head and shoulder. When the resolution is 1920 x

1080, the pixel size requirements of head and shoulder are: lower limit: 55 x 55; upper

limit: 180 x 180; best: 65 x 65 ~ 160 x 160, and other dimensions are converted

according to the proportion of single side length of the picture.

Resolution Ratio Recommended Min. Pixel

Recommended Max Coverage (width x depth)

1920 x 1080 65 x 65 12 m x 10 m

2560 x 1440 90 x 90 12 m x 10 m

3840 x 2160 130 x 130 12 m x 10 m

Recommended Scenes

People Flow Counting applicable scenarios: The entrances and exits of shopping malls,

parks, squares, escalators, and other places; passages and gates of railway stations and

subways. The scene is relatively clean, with few people present and no light, leaves shaking,

shadow, or other interference.

Not Recommended Scenes

1. The scene where many people gather in the room and basically stop moving.

2. There are umbrellas in rainy days.

3. The pixels from heads to shoulders of some people occupy too many pixels in

the image, which cannot meet the pixel requirements.

4. The screen is too dark, and the installation height falls short of the required

height.

5. The camera installation location is too far from the horizontal distance of the

escalator, which does not meet the requirement of 0.5 ~ 2 m.

6. The installation position of the camera is tilted, and the detection box is

horizontally tilted, which affects the recognition rate.

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L. Installation Guidelines for Crowd Density Monitoring

To use the Crowd Density Monitoring function, which is only supported by AI-capable

cameras, it is recommended to install the camera according to the criteria listed below:

Installation Considerations

1. The scene should be open, wide, without shielding interference and non-dense crowd.

2. The effective monitoring width is affected by the depression angle of the camera and the

installation height. The higher the installation height, the larger the monitoring range;

The larger the depression angle of the camera, the smaller the monitoring scope.

Recommended Scenes

Crowd Density Monitoring is applicable to squares, open places, shelters and places with

less Interference and non-dense population.

Not Recommended Scenes

1. The camera installation height is low, and the depth of the scene is too deep (that is, the

People Flow Counting scene should not be used for the Crowd Density Monitoring).

2. The distance is too far, the target is too small.

Note: People Flow Counting is applicable to places such as squares and open places.

Crow Density Monitoring is applicable to places such as roads, entrances and exits.

Installation Requirements

1. Installation height: It is recommended between 6 ~ 10m

2. Installation position: it is installed in the place with wide vision to avoid backlighting and

many light interferences.

3. The camera depression angle: Between 30 ~ 80 , the best angle is 45 ~ 75

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4. Monitoring range: It is related to the focal length and installation height of different

lenses. The target size shall meet the requirements of head and shoulder size.

M. Installation Guidelines for Face Detection

To use the Face Detection function, which is only supported by AI-capable cameras, it is

recommended to install the camera according to the criteria listed below:

Lighting Requirements

1. Select a bright scene (with light no less than 100 lux). Scenes with wide dynamic range

and backlight are not recommended.

2. Lighting at the site must be even and stable.

Note: Illuminators are required if the natural lighting in the scene is lower than 100 lux.

Environmental Requirements

1. Mount height: 2.5 ~ 4.5 m.

2. Capture distance: 3 ~ 15 m.

3. Angle: It is recommended to install the camera right in front of the passageway, with

horizontal deflection angle 30, the top view angle 15 (10 is recommended).

4. Surveillance coverage width:

4MP IPC: 4.5m

8MP IPC: 6m

5. In outdoor scenes, avoid installing in an east-west direction (avoid strong backlight or

front light).

6. Install the camera in a bright spot to capture people coming from the dark for

installations at a passageway, entrance or exit, etc.

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Note: The surveillance coverage width of the camera is determined by face pixel. It is

recommended that the minimum face pixel is no less than 80.

Recommended Scenes

Face Detection is applicable to turnstile passageway, indoor passageway, and outdoor

sidewalk.

Not Recommended Scenes

1. Crossroads, turns, and zebra crossings where faces are not captured from the front

2. Tilted mount with an excessively large face deflection angle

3. Dark scenes in which faces are not clear enough

4. Super wide-angle scenes with insufficient face pixel

5. Scenes with LED screens in which lighting is unstable due to the LED screen

Special Scenes

1. Scenes with WDR or strong backlight: Use curtains or a double-glazed door to avoid

WDR or strong backlight.

2. Scenes with strong reflection on the ground: Avoid strong light reflections on the

ground by laying carpets on the floor or setting up screens.

Note: For special scenes, assessment must be done thoroughly during survey to determine

whether solutions can be fully implemented. Scenes that cannot be fully implemented shall

be avoided; otherwise, image quality and capture results may not be satisfactory.

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Image Configuration

1. Scenes

Scenes: Starlight

2. Exposure Parameters

Exposure Mode: Select Custom.

Shutter(s): 1/100-1/200 is recommended for the upper limit. Set appropriately according

to the face movement speed.

Gain: It is recommended to set the upper limit to 40. Set appropriately according to the

brightness of face.

Metering Control: Select Face Metering.

Face Brightness: 50 is recommended. Set appropriately if the captured face is too dark

or overexposed.

Min. Duration(min): 5 is recommended. Set appropriately as required.

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O. Installation Guidelines for Face Detection (Non-AI)

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

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P. Installation Guidelines for People Counting (Non-AI)

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

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