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Module Door Station

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CONNECTION WITH THE USE OF THE PRODUCT, EVEN IF HIKVISION HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES OR LOSS. YOU ACKNOWLEDGE THAT THE NATURE OF INTERNET PROVIDES FOR INHERENT SECURITY RISKS, AND HIKVISION SHALL NOT TAKE ANY RESPONSIBILITIES FOR ABNORMAL OPERATION, PRIVACY LEAKAGE OR OTHER DAMAGES RESULTING FROM CYBER-ATTACK, HACKER ATTACK, VIRUS INSPECTION, OR OTHER INTERNET SECURITY RISKS; HOWEVER, HIKVISION WILL PROVIDE TIMELY TECHNICAL SUPPORT IF REQUIRED. YOU AGREE TO USE THIS PRODUCT IN COMPLIANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE LAWS, AND YOU ARE SOLELY RESPONSIBLE FOR ENSURING THAT YOUR USE CONFORMS TO THE APPLICABLE LAW. ESPECIALLY, YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE, FOR USING THIS PRODUCT IN A MANNER THAT DOES NOT INFRINGE ON THE RIGHTS OF THIRD PARTIES, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, RIGHTS OF PUBLICITY, INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS, OR DATA PROTECTION AND OTHER PRIVACY RIGHTS. YOU SHALL NOT USE THIS PRODUCT FOR ANY PROHIBITED END-USES, INCLUDING THE DEVELOPMENT OR PRODUCTION OF WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION, THE DEVELOPMENT OR PRODUCTION OF CHEMICAL OR BIOLOGICAL WEAPONS, ANY ACTIVITIES IN THE CONTEXT RELATED TO ANY NUCLEAR EXPLOSIVE OR UNSAFE NUCLEAR FUEL-CYCLE, OR IN SUPPORT OF HUMAN RIGHTS ABUSES. IN THE EVENT OF ANY CONFLICTS BETWEEN THIS MANUAL AND THE APPLICABLE LAW, THE LATER PREVAILS.

Data Protection During the use of device, personal data will be collected, stored and processed. To protect data, the development of Hikvision devices incorporates privacy by design principles. For example, for device with facial recognition features, biometrics data is stored in your device with encryption method; for fingerprint device, only fingerprint template will be saved, which is impossible to reconstruct a fingerprint image. As data controller, you are advised to collect, store, process and transfer data in accordance with the applicable data protection laws and regulations, including without limitation, conducting security controls to safeguard personal data, such as, implementing reasonable administrative and physical security controls, conduct periodic reviews and assessments of the effectiveness of your security controls.

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Symbol Conventions

The symbols that may be found in this document are defined as follows.

Symbol Description

Danger Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will or could result in death or serious injury.

Caution Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in equipment damage, data loss, performance degradation, or unexpected results.

Note Provides additional information to emphasize or supplement important points of the main text.

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Regulatory Information

FCC Information Please take attention that changes or modification not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment. FCC compliance: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help FCC Conditions This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: 1. This device may not cause harmful interference. 2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

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EU Conformity Statement

This product and - if applicable - the supplied accessories too are marked with "CE" and comply therefore with the applicable harmonized European standards listed under the EMC Directive 2014/30/EU, the RoHS Directive 2011/65/EU

2012/19/EU (WEEE directive): Products marked with this symbol cannot be disposed of as unsorted municipal waste in the European Union. For proper recycling, return this product to your local supplier upon the purchase of equivalent new equipment, or dispose of it at designated collection points. For more information see: www.recyclethis.info

2006/66/EC (battery directive): This product contains a battery that cannot be disposed of as unsorted municipal waste in the European Union. See the product documentation for specific battery information. The battery is marked with this symbol, which may include lettering to indicate cadmium (Cd), lead (Pb), or mercury (Hg). For proper recycling, return the battery to your supplier or to a designated collection point. For more information see:www.recyclethis.info

Industry Canada ICES-003 Compliance This device meets the CAN ICES-3 (B)/NMB-3(B) standards requirements. This device complies with Industry Canada licence-exempt RSS standard(s). Operation is subject to the following two conditions: 1. this device may not cause interference, and 2. this device must accept any interference, including interference that may

cause undesired operation of the device.

Le prsent appareil est conforme aux CNR d'Industrie Canada applicables aux appareils radioexempts de licence. L'exploitation est autorise aux deux conditions suivantes :

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1. l'appareil ne doit pas produire de brouillage, et 2. l'utilisateur de l'appareil doit accepter tout brouillage radiolectrique

subi, mme si le brouillage est susceptible d'en compromettre le fonctionnement.

Under Industry Canada regulations, this radio transmitter may only operate using an antenna of a type and maximum (or lesser) gain approved for the transmitter by Industry Canada. To reduce potential radio interference to other users, the antenna type and its gain should be so chosen that the equivalent isotropically radiated power (e.i.r.p.) is not more than that necessary for successful communication. Conformment la rglementation d'Industrie Canada, le prsent metteur radio peut fonctionner avec une antenne d'un type et d'un gain maximal (ou infrieur) approuv pour l'metteur par Industrie Canada. Dans le but de rduire les risques de brouillage radiolectrique l'intention des autres utilisateurs, il faut choisir le type d'antenne et son gain de sorte que la puissance isotrope rayonne quivalente (p.i.r.e.) ne dpasse pas l'intensit ncessaire l'tablissement d'une communication satisfaisante. This equipment should be installed and operated with a minimum distance 20cm between the radiator and your body. Cet quipement doit tre install et utilis une distance minimale de 20 cm entre le radiateur et votre corps.

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Contents

1 Appearance ................................................................................................ 1

2 Terminal and Wiring ................................................................................... 9

2.1 Terminal Description ......................................................................................... 9

2.2 Module Door Station Wiring ........................................................................... 13

2.2.1 Door Lock Wiring .................................................................................... 13

2.2.2 Door Contact Wiring ............................................................................... 14

2.2.3 Exit Button Wiring .................................................................................. 14

3 Installation ................................................................................................ 16

3.1 Configure Sub Module Address ....................................................................... 16

3.2 One-Module Installation ................................................................................. 17

3.2.1 One-Module Surface Mounting .............................................................. 17

3.2.2 One-Module Flush Mounting ................................................................. 20

3.3 Two-Module Installation ................................................................................. 25

3.3.1 Two-Module Surface Mounting .............................................................. 25

3.3.2 Two-Module Flush Mounting ................................................................. 29

3.4 Three-Module Installation .............................................................................. 33

3.4.1 Three-Module Surface Installation ......................................................... 33

3.4.2 Three-Module Flush Mounting ............................................................... 37

3.5 More-Than-Three Module Installation ............................................................ 41

3.5.1 More-than-Three Module Surface Mounting ......................................... 41

3.5.2 More-Than-Three Module Flush Mounting ............................................ 47

4 Activation ................................................................................................. 55

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4.1 Activate Device via Client Software ................................................................. 55

4.2 Edit Network Parameters ................................................................................ 55

5 Configuration via Client Software ............................................................. 57

5.1 Device Management ....................................................................................... 57

5.1.1 Add Online Device .................................................................................. 57

5.1.2 Add Device by IP Address ....................................................................... 58

5.1.3 Add Device by IP Segment ...................................................................... 58

5.2 Live View via Door Station .............................................................................. 59

5.3 Remote Configuration ..................................................................................... 59

5.3.1 Device Management .............................................................................. 59

5.3.2 Local Parameters Settings ....................................................................... 61

5.3.3 System Settings ....................................................................................... 62

5.3.4 Network Settings .................................................................................... 65

5.3.5 Video & Audio Settings ........................................................................... 70

5.3.6 Image Settings ........................................................................................ 72

5.3.7 Event Settings ......................................................................................... 75

5.3.8 Schedule Settings .................................................................................... 78

5.3.9 Intercom Settings .................................................................................... 79

5.3.10 Access Control Settings ......................................................................... 83

5.3.11 Theme Settings ..................................................................................... 85

5.4 Video Intercom Settings .................................................................................. 86

5.4.1 Receive Call from Door Station ............................................................... 86

5.4.2 Search Call Logs ...................................................................................... 87

5.4.3 Upload Armed Information .................................................................... 88

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A. Communication Matrix and Device Command ....................................... 89

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1 Appearance

Main Unit

Figure 1-1 Main Unit Appearance

Table 1-1 Appearance Description

No. Description

1 Microphone

2 Low Illumination IR Supplement Light

3 Built-in Camera

4 Loudspeaker

5 Call Button

6 Nametag

7 TAMPER

8 Network Interface

9 Module-Connecting Interface (output)

10 Terminals

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Note Nametag area supports insert customized name card. The suggested card

size is: 58 (L) x 11.7(W) mm. The module connecting interface is used to connect other function

module, such as nametag module, keypad module, card reader module, etc. All these modules are known as sub module.

Two-Wire Main Unit

Figure 1-2 Two-Wire Main Unit

Table 1-2 Appearance Description

No. Description

1 Microphone

2 Low Illumination IR Supplement Light

3 Built-in Camera

4 Loudspeaker

5 Call Button

6 Nametag

7 TAMPER

8 Two-Wire Interface

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No. Description

9 Module-Connecting Interface (output)

10 Terminals

Note Nametag area supports insert customized name card. The suggested card

size is: 58 (L) x 11.7(W) mm. The module connecting interface is used to connect other function

module, such as nametag module, keypad module, card reader module, etc. All these modules are known as sub module.

Nametag Module

Figure 1-3 Nametag Module Appearance

Table 1-3 Appearance Description

No. Description

1 Call Button

2 Nametag

3 Module-Connecting Interface (output)

4 Module-Connecting Interface (input)

5 Debugging Port

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Keypad Module

Figure 1-4 Keypad Module Appearance

Table 1-4 Appearance Description

No. Description

1 Button

2 Module-Connecting Interface (output)

3 Module-Connecting Interface (input)

4 Debugging Port

Indicator Module

Figure 1-5 Indicator Module

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Table 1-5 Appearance Description

No. Description

1 Calling Indicator

2 Two-way Audio Indicator

3 Unlock Indicator

4 Module-connecting Interface (output)

5 Module-connecting Interface(input)

6 Debugging Port

Card Reader Module

Figure 1-6 Card Reader Module

Table 1-6 Appearance Description

No. Description

1 Card Reading Area

2 Module-connecting Interface (output)

3 Module-connecting Interface(input)

4 Debugging Port

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Display Module

Figure 1-7 Display Module

Table 1-7 Description

No. Description No. Description

1 Screen 5 Back Button

2 Up Button 6 Module-connecting Interface (output)

3 Down Button 7 Module-connecting Interface (input)

4 Confirm Button 8 Debug Port

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Information Module

Figure 1-8 Information Module

Table 1-8 Description

No. Description

1 Display Area

2 Module-connecting Interface (output)

3 Module-connecting Interface (input)

4 Debugging Port

Touch-Display Module

Figure 1-9 Touch-Display Module

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Table 1-9 Description

No. Description

1 Touch-Display Area

2 TF Card Slot

3 Module-connecting Interface (output)

4 Module-connecting Interface (input)

5 Video & Audio Terminal

6 Debugging Port

Note

The debugging port is used for debugging only.

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2 Terminal and Wiring

2.1 Terminal Description

Main Unit Terminals

Figure 2-1 Main Unit Terminals

Table 2-1 Descriptions of Terminals and Interfaces

No. Interface Description

A1 NC1 Door Lock Relay Output (NC)

A2 NO1 Door Lock Relay Output (NO)

A3 COM Common Interface

A4 NC2 Door Lock Relay Output (NC)

A5 NO2 Door Lock Relay Output (NO)

A6 GND Grounding

A7 12 VDC Power Input

A8 GND Grounding

B1 AIN2 For the access of Door Magnetic 2

B2 AIN1 For the access of Door Magnetic 1

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No. Interface Description

B3 AIN3 For the access of Exit Button 1

B4 AIN4 For the access of Exit Button 2

B5 485- Module-connecting Interface

B6 485+

B7 12 V OUT

B8 GND

C LAN PoE Network Interface(Supports IEEE 802.3af/at-Compliant Devices)

Two-Wire Main Unit Terminal

Figure 2-2 Two-Wire Main Unit Terminal

Table 2-2 Descriptions of Terminals and Interfaces

No. Interface Description

A1 NC1 Door Lock Relay Output (NC)

A2 NO1 Door Lock Relay Output (NO)

A3 COM Common Interface

A4 NC2 Door Lock Relay Output (NC)

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No. Interface Description

A5 NO2 Door Lock Relay Output (NO)

A6 GND Grounding

A7 12 VDC Reserved

A8 GND Grounding

B1 AIN2 For the access of Door Magnetic 2

B2 AIN1 For the access of Door Magnetic 1

B3 AIN3 For the access of Exit Button 1

B4 AIN4 For the access of Exit Button 2

B5 485- Module-connecting Interface

B6 485+

B7 12 V OUT

B8 GND

C Two-Wire Interface Two-Wire Interface

Sub Module Terminal (Except Touch-Display Module)

Figure 2-3 Sub Module Terminal (Except Touch-Display Module)

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Table 2-3 Description

No. Interface Description

A1 485- Module-Connecting Interface (Input)

A2 485+

A3 12V IN

A4 GND

B1 485- Module-Connecting Interface (Output)

B2 485+

B3 12V OUT

B4 GND

Touch-Display Module

Figure 2-4 Touch-Display Module

Table 2-4 Description

No. Interface Description

A1 485- Module-Connecting Interface (Input)

A2 485+

A3 12V IN

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No. Interface Description

A4 GND

B1 485- Module-Connecting Interface (Output)

B2 485+

B3 12V OUT

B4 GND

C1 GND Grounding Interface

C2 CVSB IN Composite Video Broadcast Signal Input (Reserved)

C3 LINEOUT- Audio Output (Reserved)

C4 LINEOUT+

2.2 Module Door Station Wiring

2.2.1 Door Lock Wiring

Figure 2-5 Door Lock Wiring

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Note

Terminal NC1/COM is set as default for accessing magnetic lock/electric bolt; terminal NO2/COM is set as default for accessing electric strike.

2.2.2 Door Contact Wiring

Figure 2-6 Door Contact Wiring

Note

AIN1 and AIN2 are defaulted to connect door contact. Door contact connected to AIN1 detects status of the lock that connected to NC1/NO1; Door contact connected to AIN2 detects the status of the lock connected to NC2/NO2.

2.2.3 Exit Button Wiring

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Figure 2-7 Exit Button Wiring

Note

AIN3 and AIN4 are set as default for connecting exit button. Exit button connected to AIN3 opens the lock connected to NC1/NO1; Exit button connected to AIN4 controls the lock that connected to NC2/NO2.

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3 Installation

Note Make sure the device in the package is in good condition and all the assembly

parts are included. Sub module must work along with the main unit. Set the sub module address before start the installation steps. Make sure the place for surface mounting is flat. Make sure all the related equipment is power-off during the installation. Tools that you need to prepare for installation:

Drill (6), cross screwdriver (PH1*150 mm), and gradienter.

3.1 Configure Sub Module Address You need to set the sub module address via DIP switch before installation.

Steps 1. Remove the rubber cover on the rear panel of the sub module to expose the DIP

switch.

Figure 3-1 DIP Switch 2. Set the sub module address according to the DIP rules, and install the rubber

cover back.

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Note Bit 1, 2, 3, 4 are used to coding the sub module address. Bit 5, 6, 7 are reserved.

Set Bit 8 as on to enable a resistance (120). Valid sub module address is from 1 to 8. The address should be unique for

connecting to the main unit. The sub module address and its corresponding switch status are displayed as below.

Table 3-1 Description

Sub Module Address

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Bit 1 ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF

Bit 2 OFF ON ON OFF OFF ON ON OFF

Bit 3 OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON ON OFF

Bit 4 OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF ON

3.2 One-Module Installation

3.2.1 One-Module Surface Mounting

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Before You Start

Figure 3-2 Mounting Frame

Note The dimension of one module mounting frame (W H D) is: 117 mm 107 mm

32.7 mm. The dimensions above are for reference only. The actual size can be slightly

different from the theoretical dimension.

Steps 1. Paste the installation Sticker 1 onto the wall. Make sure the sticker is placed

horizontally via measuring with the gradienter. 2. Drill 4 holes according to the screw holes on the sticker.

Note The suggested size of hole is 6 (diameter) 25 (depth) mm. The suggested length of cables left outside is 100 mm.

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Figure 3-3 Drill Screw Holes 3. Remove the stricker and insert the expansion sleeves into the screw holes. 4. Fix the mounting frame onto the wall with 4 expansion bolts.

Figure 3-4 Fix the Mounting Frame

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5. Connect the cables to the corresponding interfaces of the main unit and insert the main unit into the frame.

Figure 3-5 Insert the Main Unit 6. Fix the cover onto the frame.

Figure 3-6 Fix the Cover

3.2.2 One-Module Flush Mounting

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Before You Start

Figure 3-7 Front and Side View of the Gang Box

Figure 3-8 Gang Box

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Note

The dimension of one-module gang box is: 115 (W) 134 (H) 56 (D) mm. The dimension is for reference only.

Steps 1. Drill an installation hole, and pull the cables out.

Note The suggested dimension of installation hole is 118 (W) 108 (H) 45.5 (D)

mm. The suggested length of cables left outside is 100 mm.

Figure 3-9 Drill Installation Hole 2. Remove the plastic sheet of the cable entry. 3. Mark the gang box screw holes on the wall.

1) Route the cables through the gang box hole. 2) Insert the gang box into the installation hole. 3) Mark the gang box screw holes' position with a marker, and take out the gang

box.

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Figure 3-10 Mark the Screw Holes 4. Drill 4 holes according to marks on the wall, and insert the expansion sleeves into

the screw holes.

Note

The suggested size of the hole is 6 (diameter) 45 (depth) mm.

5. Route the cables through the gang box hole. Insert the gang box into the installation hole. Fix the gang box with 4 expansion bolts.

Figure 3-11 Fix the Gang Box 6. Fill the gap between the gang box and the wall with concrete. Remove the 4

mounting ears with tool after concrete is dry.

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Figure 3-12 Remove the Mounting Ears 7. Connect the cables to the corresponding interfaces of the main unit and insert the

unit into the gang box.

Figure 3-13 Insert the Main Unit 8. Fix the cover and the main unit with 2 socket head cap screws by using a hexagon

wrench (supplied).

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Figure 3-14 Fix the Cover

3.3 Two-Module Installation

3.3.1 Two-Module Surface Mounting

Before You Start

Figure 3-15 Mounting Frame

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Note The dimension of two-module mounting frame (W H D) is: 219 mm 107 mm

32.7 mm. The dimensions above are for reference only. The actual size can be slightly

different from the theoretical dimension.

Steps 1. Paste the installation Sticker 1 onto the wall. Make sure the sticker is placed

horizontally via measuring with the gradienter. 2. Drill 4 holes according to the screw holes on the sticker. The suggested size of hole

is 6 (diameter) 25 (depth) mm. The suggested length of cables left outside is 270 mm.

Figure 3-16 Drill Screw Holes 3. Remove the sticker and insert the expansion sleeves into the screw holes. 4. Fix the mounting frame onto the wall with 4 expansion bolts.

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Figure 3-17 Fix the Mounting Frame 5. Thread the module-connecting line across the thread hole of the frame. Pass the

main unit connecting lines across the thread hole to the upper grid.

Figure 3-18 Placement of Lines 6. Connect the cables.

1) Connect the lines and module-connecting line to the corresponding interfaces of the main unit, then place the main unit into the upper grid.

2) Connect the other end of the module-connecting line to the input interface of the sub module.

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3) Organize the cable with cable tie in the package. The suggested cable connection picture as shown below.

Figure 3-19 Line Connection Effect Picture 7. Insert the modules into the frame after wiring. The main unit must be placed in

the top grid.

Figure 3-20 Insert the Modules 8. Use the hexagon wrench in the package to fix the cover onto the frame.

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Figure 3-21 Fix the Cover

3.3.2 Two-Module Flush Mounting

Before You Start

Figure 3-22 Gang Box

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Note

The dimension of two-module gang box is: 237 (W) 134 (H) 56 (D) mm. The dimension is for reference only.

Steps 1. Drill the installation hole, and pull the cable out.

Note The suggested dimension of installation hole is 220 (W) 108 (H) 45.5 (D)

mm. The suggested length of cables left outside is 270 mm.

Figure 3-23 Drill the Installation Hole 2. Select a cable entry and remove the plastic sheet. 3. Mark the gang box screw holes on the hole.

1) Routs the cables through the gang box hole. 2) Insert the gang box into the installation hole. 3) Mark the gang box screw holes' position with a marker, and take out the gang

box.

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Figure 3-24 Mark the Screw Holes 4. Drill 4 holes according to the marks on the wall, and insert the expansion sleeves

into the screw holes. The suggested size of hole is 6 (diameter) 45 (depth) mm. 5. Fix the gang box with 4 expansion bolts.

Figure 3-25 Fix the Gang Box 6. Fill the gap between the gang box and the wall with concrete. Remove the

mounting ears with tool after concrete is dry.

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Figure 3-26 Remove the Mounting Ears 7. Connect cables and insert the modules.

1) Connect Cable 1 and one end of Cable 2 to the corresponding interfaces of the main unit, then insert the main unit into the upper grid.

2) Connect the other end of Cable 2 to the input interface of the sub module. Insert it into the lower grid.

Figure 3-27 Connect Cables and Insert the Modules

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Note

Cable 1 refers to the cables pulled out from the wall that connected to the main unit. Cable 2 refers to the module-connecting line in the accessory package.

8. Fix the cover with 2 socket head cap screws by using a hexagon wrench (supplied).

Figure 3-28 Fix the Cover

3.4 Three-Module Installation

3.4.1 Three-Module Surface Installation

Before You Start

Figure 3-29 Mounting Frame

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Note The dimension of two-module mounting frame (W H D) is: 320.8 mm 107

mm 32.7 mm. The dimensions above are for reference only. The actual size can be slightly

different from the theoretical dimension.

Steps 1. Paste the installation sticker 1 onto the wall. Make sure the sticker is placed

horizontally via measuring with the gradienter. 2. Drill 4 holes according to the screw holes on the sticker.The suggested size of hole

is 6 (diameter) 25 (depth) mm. The suggested length of cables left outside is 270 mm.

Figure 3-30 Drill Screw Holes 3. Remove the sticker and insert the expansion sleeves into the screw holes. 4. Fix the mounting frame onto the wall with 4 expansion bolts.

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Figure 3-31 Fix the Mounting Frame

Note

The mounting frame should be placed exactly as shown below for this step. The tamper plate should be at the low right of the first grid.

Figure 3-32 Mounting Frame

5. Thread the module-connecting line across the thread holes of the frame. Pass the main unit connecting line across the thread hole to the top grid.

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Figure 3-33 Placement of Lines 6. Connect the cables.

1) Connect the lines and module-connecting line 1 to the corresponding interfaces of the main unit, then place the main unit into the upper grid.

2) Connect the other end of the module-connecting line 1 to the input interface of the sub module. Connect two sub modules via module-connecting line 2.

3) Organize the cables with cable tie in the package. The suggested cable connection picture as shown below.

Figure 3-34 Line Connection Effect Picture 7. Insert the modules into the frame after wiring. The main unit must be placed in

the top grid.

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Figure 3-35 Insert the Modules into the Frame 8. Use the hexagon wrench in the package to fix the cover onto the frame.

Figure 3-36 Fix the Cover

3.4.2 Three-Module Flush Mounting

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Before You Start

Figure 3-37 Gang Box

Note The dimension of one-module gang box is: 338.8(W)134(H)56(D) mm. The dimensions above are for reference only. The actual size can be slightly

different from the theoretical dimension.

Steps 1. Cave the installation hole, and pull the cable out.The suggested dimension of

installation hole is 321.8(W)108(H)45.5(D) mm. The suggested length of cables left outside is 270 mm.

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Figure 3-38 Cave the Installation Hole 2. Select a cable entry and remove the plastic sheet. 3. Mark the gang box screw holes on the wall.

1) Route the cables through the gang box hole. 2) Insert the gang box into the installation hole. 3) Mark the gang box screw holes' position with a marker, and take out the gang

box.

Figure 3-39 Mark the Screw Holes 4. Drill 4 holes according to marks on the wall, and insert the expansion sleeves into

the screw holes. The suggested size of hole is 6 (diameter) 45 (depth) mm. 5. Fix the gang box with 4 expansion bolts.

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Figure 3-40 Fix the Gang Box 6. Fill the gap between the gang box and wall with concrete. Remove the mounting

ears with tool after concrete is dry.

Figure 3-41 Remove the Mounting Ears 7. Connect cables and insert the modules.

1) Connect Cable 1 and one end of Cable 2 to the corresponding interfaces of the main unit, then insert the main unit into the upper grid.

2) Connect the other end of Cable 2 to the input interface of Sub Module 1. Connect one end of Cable 3 to the output interface of Sub Module 1 and insert it into the middle grid.

3) Connect the other end of Cable 3 to the input interface of Sub Module 2. Insert it into the bottom grid.

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Figure 3-42 Connect Cables and Insert Modules

Note

Cable 1 refers to the cables pulled out from the wall that connected to the main unit. Cable 2 and Cable 3 refer to the module-connecting line in the accessory package.

8. Fix the cover and the main unit with 2 socket head cap screws by using a hexagon wrench (supplied).

Figure 3-43 Fix the Cover

3.5 More-Than-Three Module Installation

3.5.1 More-than-Three Module Surface Mounting

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Before You Start

Figure 3-44 Mounting Frame

Note It takes two three-module mounting frames. The dimension of three-module

mounting frame (W H D) is: 320.8 mm 107 mm 32.7 mm. The dimensions above are for reference only. The actual size can be slightly

different from the theoretical dimension.

Steps 1. Paste two Sticker 1 onto the wall. Make sure the stickers are placed horizontally

via measuring with the gradienter. 2. Drill 8 holes according to the screw holes on the sticker.

Note The suggested size of hole is 6 (diameter) 25 (depth) mm. The suggested length of cables left outside is 270 mm.

3. Pull out the cable through the cable hole of the left sticker.

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Figure 3-45 Drill Screw Holes 4. Remove the stickers and insert the expansion sleeves into the screw holes. 5. Thread the module-connecting line (400 mm) and grounding line across the

thread hole of both frames.

Figure 3-46 Place the Grounding Line and Module-Connecting Line

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Note There are 6 module-connecting lines in the package: 190 mm 4 and 400 mm

2. Take the 400 mm module-connecting line for this step. The green-yellow line in the package is for grounding.

6. Fix the mounting frame onto the wall with 8 expansion bolts.

Figure 3-47 Fix the Mounting Frame 7. Pass the main unit connecting line across the thread hole to the top grid of the left

frame. Thread the module-connecting line (190 mm) across the thread hole of the frame. The lines should be placed as shown below.

Figure 3-48 Placement of Lines

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8. Connect the cables. 1) Connect the cables from the wall and module-connecting line 1 to the

corresponding interfaces of the main unit, then place the main unit into the upper grid.

2) Connect the other end of the module-connecting line 1 to the input interface of the sub module. Connect all sub modules via module-connecting lines.

3) Organize the cable with cable tie in the package. The suggested cable connection picture as shown below.

Figure 3-49 Line Connection Effect Picture

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9. Insert the modules into the frame after wiring. The main unit must be placed in the top grid on the left.

Figure 3-50 Insert the Modules 10. Pull the grounding line out and fixed its two end to the screw on the cover.

Figure 3-51 Connect the Grounding Line to the Cover 11. Use the hexagon wrench in the package to fix the cover onto the frame.

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Figure 3-52 Fix the Cover

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Before You Start

Figure 3-53 Gang Box

Note

It takes two three-module gang boxes. The dimension of the gang box is: 338.8 (W) 134 (H) 56 (D) mm. The dimension is for reference only.

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Steps 1. Drill the installation hole, and pull the cable out.The suggested dimension of

installation hole is 321.8 (W) 315 (H) 45.5 (D) mm. The suggested length of cables left outside is 270 mm.

Figure 3-54 Cave the Installation Hole 2. Connect two gang boxes as below.

Figure 3-55 Connect Two Gang Boxes 3. Select a cable entry and remove the plastic sheet.

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4. Remove the plastic sheets on the side of the gang boxes (shown as 1 and 2) below:

Figure 3-56 Remove the Plastic Sheets 5. Mark the gang box screw holes on the wall.

1) Route the cables through the gang box hole. 2) Insert the gang box into the installation hole. 3) Mark the gang box screw holes' position with a marker, and take out the gang

box.

Figure 3-57 Mark the Screw Holes

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6. Drill 8 holes according to the marks on the wall, and insert the expansion sleeves into the screw holes. The suggested size of hole is 6 (diameter) 45 (depth) mm.

7. Fix the gang boxes with 8 expansion bolts.

Figure 3-58 Fix the Gang Boxes 8. Fill the gap between the gang box and wall with concrete. Remove the mounting

ears with tool after concrete is dry. Route the grounding line through the cable entries.

Figure 3-59 Remove the Mounting Ears

Note

The green-yellow line in the package is for grounding.

9. Connect cables and insert the modules.

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1) Connect Cable 1 and one end of Cable 2 to the corresponding interfaces of the Main Unit, then place the Main Unit into the upper grid of the left gang box.

2) Connect the other end of Cable 2 to the input interface of Sub Module 1. Connect one end of Cable 3 to the output interface of Sub Module 1 and insert it into the middle grid of the left gang box.

3) Finish the wiring and inserting according to the cable number and the position shown as below.

Figure 3-60 Install Mounting Frame The cables connect to each module shown as below.

Figure 3-61 Cables Connection

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Note Cable 2,3,5 and 6 are the module-connecting lines (190 mm) in the package. Cable 4 is the module-connecting line (400 mm) in the package. Main unit must be put in the top grid.

10. Pull the grounding line out and fixed its two end to the screw on the cover.

Figure 3-62 Connect the Grounding Line to the Cover 11. Fix the cover with 2 socket head cap screws by using a hexagon wrench

(supplied).

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Figure 3-63 Fix the Cover

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4 Activation

4.1 Activate Device via Client Software You can only configure and operate the door station after creating a password for the device activation. Default parameters of door station are as follows: Default IP Address: 192.0.0.65. Default Port No.: 8000. Default User Name: admin.

Steps 1. Run the client software, click Maintenance and Management Device

Management Device to enter the page. 2. Click Online Device. 3. Select an inactivated device and click Activate. 4. Create a password, and confirm the password.

Note

We highly recommend you to create a strong password of your own choosing (using a minimum of 8 characters, including at least three kinds of following categories: upper case letters, lower case letters, numbers, and special characters) in order to increase the security of your product. And we recommend you change your password regularly, especially in the high security system, changing the password monthly or weekly can better protect your product.

5. Click OK to activate the device.

Note When the device is not activated, the basic operation and remote operation of

device cannot be performed. You can hold the Ctrl or Shift key to select multiple devices in the online

devices, and click the Activate button to activate devices in batch.

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To operate and configure the device via LAN (Local Area Network), you need connect the device in the same subnet with your PC. You can edit network parameters via iVMS-4200 client software.

Steps 1. Select an online activated device and click the Modify Netinfo. 2. Edit the device IP address and gateway address to the same subnet with your

computer. 3. Enter the password and click OK to save the network parameters modification.

Note The default port No. is 8000. The default IP address of the door station is 192.0.0.65. After editing the network parameters of device, you should add the devices to

the device list again.

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5 Configuration via Client Software

5.1 Device Management Device management includes device activation, adding device, editing device, and deleting device, and so on. After running the iVMS-4200, video intercom devices should be added to the client software for remote configuration and management.

5.1.1 Add Online Device

Before You Start Make sure the device to be added is in the same subnet with your computer. Otherwise, please edit network parameters first.

Steps 1. Click Online Device to select an active online device. 2. Click Add. 3. Enter corresponding information, and click Add.

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Figure 5-1 Add to the Client

5.1.2 Add Device by IP Address

Steps 1. Click +Add to pop up the adding devices dialog box. 2. Select IP/Domain as Adding Mode. 3. Enter corresponding information. 4. Click Add.

5.1.3 Add Device by IP Segment

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You can add many devices at once whose IP addresses are among the IP segment.

Steps 1. Click +Add to pop up the dialog box. 2. Select IP Segment as Adding Mode. 3. Enter corresponding information, and click Add.

5.2 Live View via Door Station Steps 1. On the main page of the client software, click Main View to enter the Live View

page. 2. In the left list of the window, double-click the device IP or click the play icon to live

view. 3. Optional: On the Live View page, control-click and select Capture to get the

picture of the live view.

5.3 Remote Configuration Click to set the parameters of the device.

Note

Run the browser, click Internet Options Security to disable the Protected Mode.

5.3.1 Device Management

You can manage the linked device on the page. Click Device Management to enter the settings page.

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Figure 5-2 Device Management

Add Device Click Add to add the indoor station or sub door station. Enter the

parameters and click OK to add. Click Import. Enter the information of the device in the template to

import devices in batch.

Export Click Export to export the information to the PC.

Delete Select the device and click Delete to remove the selected device from the list.

Refresh Click Refresh to get the device information.

Optional: Set Device Information. Click to edit device information. Click to delete device information from the list. Select Status and Device Type to search devices.

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5.3.2 Local Parameters Settings

You can configure the parameters of the live view, record files and captured pictures. The record files and captured pictures are the ones you record and capture by using the web browser. You can also set and view the saving paths of the captured pictures and recorded videos on the PC that running the web browser.

Figure 5-3 Local Parameters

Live View Parameters Stream Type

Set the stream type as Main Stream or Sub-stream. Play Performance

Set the live view performance to Shortest Delay, Balanced or Fluent. Auto Start Live View

Check Yes to enable the function. Image Format

Select the image format for picture capture. Click Save to enable the settings.

Record File Parameters Record File Size

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Select the packed size of the manually recorded and downloaded video files to 256M, 512M or 1G. After the selection, the maximum record file size is the value you selected.

Save record files to Set the saving path for the manually recorded video files.

Click Save to enable the settings.

Picture and Clip Settings Save snapshots in live view to

Set the saving path of the manually captured pictures in live view mode.

Note

You can click Browse to change the directory for saving the clips and pictures, and click Open to open the set folder of clips and picture saving.

Click Save to enable the settings.

5.3.3 System Settings

Follow the instructions below to configure the system settings, include System Settings, Maintenance, Security, and User Management, etc. Click System to enter the settings page.

Basic Information Click System Settings Basic Information to enter the settings page. On the page, you can edit Device Name and Device No. Set the Language and System Type according to your needs. Click Save to enable the settings.

Time Settings Click System Settings Time Settings to enter the settings page. Select the Time Zone of your location from the drop-down list.

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Enable NTP, set the Server Address, NTP Port and Interval. Enable Manual Time Sync., set the time manually or check the Sync. with

computer time. Click Save to enable the settings.

DST Click System Settings DST to check Enable DST. Set the parameters according to your needs and click Save to enable the settings.

About Click System Settings About and click Open Source Software Licenses to view the details.

Maintenance Click Maintenance Upgrade & Maintenance to enter the settings page.

Figure 5-4 Maintenance Reboot: Click Reboot to reboot the device. Restore

Click Restore to reset all the parameters, except the IP parameters and user information, to the default settings.

Default Click Default to restore all parameters to default settings.

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Export parameters: 1. Select Device Parameters, and click Export to pop up the dialog box. 2. Set and confirm the encryption password. 3. Click OK to export parameters.

Import Config. File: 1. Click browse icon to select the configuration file. 2. Click Import and enter the encryption password to import.

Upgrade: Click browse icon to select the upgrade file.

Note

The upgrading process will last 1 to 10 minutes, do not power off during the upgrading. The device reboots automatically after upgrading.

Security Service Click Security Security Service to enter the settings page. On the page, you can enable SSH according to your actual needs. Click Save to enable the settings.

User Management Click User Management to enter the settings page. Administrator can edit the permission for the users.

Note

We highly recommend you to create a strong password of your own choosing (using a minimum of 8 characters, including at least three kinds of following categories: upper case letters, lower case letters, numbers, and special characters) in order to increase the security of your product. And we recommend you change your password regularly, especially in the high security system, changing the password monthly or weekly can better protect your product.

Online Users Click User Management Online Users to enter the page.

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Figure 5-5 Online Users

Click Refresh to get the present information.

Arming/Disarming Information Click User Management Arming/Disarming Information to view the information. Click Refresh to get the present information.

5.3.4 Network Settings

TCP/IP Settings

TCP/IP settings must be properly configured before you operate the device over network. The device supports IPv4.

Steps 1. Click Network Basic Settings TCP/IP to enter the settings page.

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Figure 5-6 TCP/IP Settings 2. Configure the network parameters. - Check DHCP, the device will get the parameters automatically. - Set the IPv4 Address, IPv4 Subnet Mask and IPv4 Default Gateway manually.

3. Configure the corresponding DNS server parameters. 4. Click Save to enable the settings.

Port Settings

Steps 1. Click Network Basic Settings Port to enter the settings page.

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Figure 5-7 Port Settings 2. Set the ports of the device.

HTTP Port The default port number is 80, and it can be changed to any port No. which is not occupied.

HTTPS Port The default port number is 443, and it can be changed to any port No. which is not occupied.

RTSP Port The default port number is 554.

Server Port The default server port number is 8000, and it can be changed to any port No. ranges from 2000 to 65535.

3. Click Save to enable the settings.

SIP Setting

Steps 1. Click Network Basic Settings SIP to enter the settings page.

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Figure 5-8 SIP Settings 2. Check Enable VOIP Gateway. 3. Configure the SIP parameters. 4. Click Save to enable the settings.

FTP Settings

Steps 1. Click Network Advanced FTP to enter the settings page.

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Figure 5-9 FTP Settings 2. Check Enable FTP. 3. Select Server Type. 4. Input the Server IP Address and Port. 5. Configure the FTP Settings, and the user name and password are required for the

server login. 6. Set the Directory Structure, Parent Directory and Child Directory. 7. Set the picture naming rules.

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8. Click Save to enable the settings.

5.3.5 Video & Audio Settings

Video Parameters

Steps 1. Click Video/Audio Video to enter the settings page.

Figure 5-10 Video Parameters 2. Select the Stream Type. 3. Configure the video parameters.

Stream Type Select the stream type to main stream or sub stream.

Video Type Select the stream type to video stream, or video & audio composite stream. The audio signal will be recorded only when the Video Type is Video & Audio.

Resolution Select the resolution of the video output.

Bitrate Type Select the bitrate type to constant or variable.

Video Quality

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When bitrate type is selected as Variable, 6 levels of video quality are selectable.

Frame Rate Set the frame rate. The frame rate is to describe the frequency at which the video stream is updated and it is measured by frames per second (fps). A higher frame rate is advantageous when there is movement in the video stream, as it maintains image quality throughout.

Max. Bitrate Set the max. bitrate from 32 to 16384 Kbps. The higher value corresponds to the higher video quality, but the better bandwidth is required.

Video Encoding The device supports H.264.

I Frame Interval Set I Frame Interval from 1 to 400.

4. Click Save to save the settings.

Audio Parameters

Steps 1. Click Video/Audio Audio to enter the settings page.

Figure 5-11 Audio Settings 2. Configure the stream type and the audio encoding type.

Stream Type Select the stream type to main stream or sub stream.

Audio Encoding The device support G.711ulaw and G.711 alaw.

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3. Adjust the Input Volume, Output Volume and Speak Volume.

Note

Available range of volume: 0 to 10.

4. Click Save to save the settings.

5.3.6 Image Settings

Display Settings

Configure the image adjustment, backlight settings and other parameters in display settings.

Steps 1. Click Image Display Settings to enter the display settings page.

Figure 5-12 Display Settings 2. Select the Format. 3. Set the display parameters.

WDR Wide Dynamic Range can be used when there is a high contrast of the bright area and the dark area of the scene.

Brightness Brightness describes bright of the image, which ranges from 1 to 100.

Contrast

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Contrast describes the contrast of the image, which ranges from 1 to 100. Saturation

Saturation describes the colorfulness of the image color, which ranges from 1 to 100.

Sharpness Sharpness describes the edge contrast of the image, which ranges from 1 to 100.

4. Set the Day/Night Mode.

Figure 5-13 Day/Night Mode - Set Day Mode or Night Mode manually. - Set the mode as Auto and edit the sensitivity according to your needs. - Set the mode as Scheduled-Switch. Set the start time and end time.

Note

Daytime is from configured start time to configured time. The rest of the time is set as night by default.

5. Set the backlight parameters.

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Figure 5-14 Backlight 1) Check the checkbox to enable BLC. 2) Select BLC Area.

6. Click Save to enable the settings.

OSD Settings

You can customize the camera name, time/date format, display mode, and OSD size displayed on the live view.

Steps 1. Click Image OSD Settings to enter the settings page. 2. Check the corresponding checkbox to select the display of camera name, date or

week if required. 3. Edit the Camera Name. 4. Select from the drop-down list to set the Time Format and Date Format. 5. Adjust the OSD position. 6. Click Save to enable the settings.

Target Cropping

Steps 1. Click Image Crop to enter the page. 2. Check Enable Target Cropping to enable the function. 3. Click to capture photo.

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4. Click to start recording. 5. Select Cropping Resolution. 6. Click Save.

Note You can select Cropping Resolution as 704*576, 1280*720, or 1920*1080. You can zoom in or zoom out the image by selecting Cropping Resolution after

clicking Save.

5.3.7 Event Settings

Motion Detection

Motion detection detects the moving objects in the configured security area, and a series of actions can be taken when the alarm is triggered.

Steps 1. Click Event Motion to enter the settings page.

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Figure 5-15 Motion Detection 2. Slide Enable Motion Detection to enable the function. 3. Click Draw Area. Click and drag the mouse on the live video to draw a motion

detection area. Click Save to save the settings.

Clear Area Click X to clear all of the areas.

Adjust Sensitivity Move the slider to set the sensitivity of the detection. 4. Click Arming Schedule to edit the arming schedule. 5. Click on the time bar and drag the mouse to select the time period. Click Save to

save the settings.

Delete Schedule Click Delete to delete the current arming schedule. 6. Click Linkage Method to enable the linkages.

Notify Security Center

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Send an exception or alarm signal to the remote management software when an event occurs.

7. Click Save to enable the settings.

Event Linkage

Steps 1. Click Event Basic Event Event Linkage to enter the settings page.

Figure 5-16 Event Linkage 2. Select the Major Type as Device Event or Door Event.

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3. Select the type of the Normal Linkage for the event. 4. Click Save to enable the settings.

5.3.8 Schedule Settings

You can create call schedule, or else the device will call indoor station all day by default.

Steps 1. Click Schedule Video Intercom Call Schedule . 2. Click the next row below Enable Indoor Station All Day by Default. 3. Enter Schedule Name. 4. Select Call Type. 5. Set Weekly Schedule.

1) Click Weekly Schedule.

Figure 5-17 Weekly Schedule 2) Drag mouse to set the schedule according to the actual needs. 3) Optional: Click the copy icon to copy the schedule to other days according to

the actual needs. 4) Click Save.

6. Set Holiday Schedule. 1) Click Holiday Schedule.

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Figure 5-18 Holiday Schedule 2) Click Add. 3) Set Start Time and End Time. 4) Select Call Type. 5) Drag mouse to set the schedule according to the actual needs. 6) Click OK. 7) You can edit or delete the schedule according to the actual needs. 8) Click Save.

Note

The holiday schedule have higher priority than weekly schedule when you set the two schedule at the same time.

5.3.9 Intercom Settings

Device No. Settings

Steps 1. Click Device No. to enter the page.

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Figure 5-19 Villa Door Station No. Settings 2. Select the device type from the drop-down list, and set the corresponding

information including Building No., Floor No., Door Station No., Community No. and Unit No.

Note

When you select Doorphone as Device Type, only Community No., Building No. and Unit No. can be set.

3. Click Save to enable the device number configuration.

Note For main door station (D series or V series), the No. is 0. For sub door station (D series or V series), the No. cannot be 0. The No.of sub

door station ranges from 1 to 99. For each villa or building, at least one main door station (D series or V series)

should be configured, and one sub door stations (D series or V series) can be customized.

For one main door station (D series or V series), up to 8 sub door stations can be configured.

Linked Network Settings

Steps 1. Go to Intercom Session Settings to enter the settings page. 2. Set Register Number and Registration Password.

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3. Set Main Station IP and VideoIntercom Server IP. 4. Enable Protocol 1.0. 5. Click Save to enable the settings.

Time Parameters

Go to Intercom Time Parameters to enter the page. Configure Max. Call Duration, Max. Message Duration, Max. Ring Duration, and click Save.

Note Max. call duration between the module indoor station and client ranges from 90 s

to 120 s. The call will end automatically when the actual calling duration is longer than the configured one.

Max. message duration ranges from 30 s to 60 s. The message will end automatically when the actual message duration is longer than the configured one.

Max. ring duration refers to the maximum duration of the module indoor station when it is called without being accepted. Max. ring duration ranges from 65 s to 255 s.

Ring-Back Tone Settings

Click Intercom Ringbacktone Settings to enter the settings page. Click Add to select the ring tone from PC.

Note

Available Audio Format: WAVAAC, Size: Less than 600 KB, Sample Rate: 8000Hz, Mono.

Press Button to Call

Steps 1. Go to Intercom Press Button to Call to enter the settings page.

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Figure 5-20 Press Button to Call 2. Edit room No. in the button settings and select Link Time Schedule.

Note The number of buttons may vary with different models. Please refer to the

actual product. The schedule settings refers to Schedule Settings for details.

3. Click Save to enable the settings.

Input and Output

Go to Intercom I/O Settings to enter the settings page.

Figure 5-21 IO Input and Output Select I/O Input No., Input, I/O Output No. and Output. Click Save to enable the settings.

Sub Module Configuration

Steps 1. Click Intercom Sub Module Configuration , and you can view the sub module

information, including No., module type, status, and version. 2. Click to edit the sub module.

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Slide to adjust Screen Backlight Brightness. Slide Enable Buzzer to enable the function.

Touch-Display Module Slide to adjust Screen Backlight Brightness. Slide Enable Buzzer to enable the function. Select Address Book Display Mode according to actual needs. Enable Homepage Shortcut Dial, you can tap contact on the main page to call. Click Add to add custom buttons.

Note The module address is used to differentiate the sub modules. See Configure Sub

Module Address for detailed configuration instructions. For the other sub modules (indicator module, keypad module and card reader

module), it prompts Not supported. The room No. for the main unit's call button is 1 by default; and the room No.

for the nametag modules call buttons are 2 to 7 by default.

Number Settings

Link the room No. and SIP numbers. Click Number Settings to enter the page.

Figure 5-22 Number Settings Click Add, set the Room No. and SIP numbers in the pop-up dialog box.

5.3.10 Access Control Settings

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Permission Password

Steps 1. Click Access Control Permission Password to enter the settings page.

Figure 5-23 Permission Password 2. Select the password type. 3. Change the password. 4. Set the number of doorphone. 5. Click Save to enable the settings.

Door Parameters

Steps 1. Click Access Control Door Parameters to enter the settings page.

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Figure 5-24 Door Parameters 2. Select the door and edit the door name. 3. Edit Open Duration. 4. Set door contact status. 5. Click Save to enable the settings.

Card Security

Go to Access Control Card Security to enter the settings page. Slide to enable card encryption parameters and CPU card reading content. Click Save to enable the settings.

5.3.11 Theme Settings

Set the advertisement on the main page of the device.

Steps 1. Click Configuration Theme to enter the settings page. 2. Check to enable screen saving function. 3. Set the advertisement theme.

1) Click + Add Theme. 2) Create a theme name, and select the advertisement body as picture or Video.

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3) Click Save. 4. Click + to select a picture from the local as the material to be played in standby,

and click upload. 5. Set the play schedule.

1) Select a theme and drag the time interval to be played on the timeline. 2) Optional: Click the drawn area to edit the time manually. 3) Click Delete to delete the selected area. Click Delete All to delete all selected

areas. 6. Adjust Slide Show Interval.

Drag the block or enter the number to set the slide show interval. The picture will be changed according to the interval.

7. Optional: Slide to enable show custom content and edit custom content. The custom content displays on the main page of the device.

8. Click Save.

5.4 Video Intercom Settings The Video Intercom Management module provides the function of video intercom, checking call logs and managing notice via the iVMS-4200 Client Software.

Note

For the user with access control module permissions, the user can enter the Access Control module and manage video intercom and search information.

You should add the device to the software and configure the person to link the device in Access Control module before your configuration remotely.

On the main page, click AccessControlInfo Video Intercom Video Intercom on the left bar to enter the Video Intercom page.

5.4.1 Receive Call from Door Station

Steps 1. Select the client software in the page to start calling the client and an incoming

call dialog will pop up in the client software. 2. Click Answer to answer the call. Or click Hang Up to decline the call. 3. After you answer the call, you will enter the In Call page.

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Adjust the Volume of Loudspeaker

Click to adjust the volume of loudspeaker.

Hang Up Click Hang Up to hang up.

Adjust the Volume of Microphone

Click to adjust the volume of microphone.

Unlock Remotely For door station, you can click to open the door remotely.

Note One video intercom device can only connect with one client software. The maximum ring duration can be set from 15s to 60s via the Remote

Configuration of the video intercom device. The maximum speaking duration between indoor station and iVMS-4200 can be

set from 120s to 600s via the Remote Configuration of indoor station. The maximum speaking duration between door station and iVMS-4200 can be

set from 90s to 120s via the Remote Configuration of door station.

5.4.2 Search Call Logs

Steps 1. On the Video Intercom page, click Call Log to enter the page.

Figure 5-25 Search Call Logs

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2. Set the search conditions, including call status, device type, start time and end time. Call Status

Click to unfold the drop-down list and select the call status as Dialed, Received or Missed. Or select All to search logs with all statuses.

Device Type Click to unfold the drop-down list and select the device type as Indoor Station, Door Station, Outer Door Station or Analog Indoor Station. Or select All Devices to search logs with all device types.

Start Time/End Time Click the time icon to specify the start time and end time of a time period to search the logs.

Reset the Settings Click Reset to reset all the configured search conditions. 3. Click Search and all the matched call logs will display on this page. 4. Optional: Check the detailed information of searched call logs, such as call status,

ring/speaking duration, device name, resident organization, etc. 5. Optional: Input keywords in the Search field to filter the desired log. 6. Optional: Click Export to export the call logs to your PC.

5.4.3 Upload Armed Information

Steps 1. On the main page, click upper right Tool DeviceGuard to enter the page. 2. Enable to arm or disarm the device.

Note While device has been added to the client software, the device armed by

default. When the device is armed, the alarm logs upload to the client software

automatically. Click Alarm Application Event Search to search the alarm logs.

3. Optional: Click Arm All or Disarm All to arm or disarm all the device.

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A. Communication Matrix and Device Command

Communication Matrix Scan the following QR code to get the device communication matrix. Note that the matrix contains all communication ports of Hikvision access control and video intercom devices.

Figure A-1 QR Code of Communication Ma

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