HTS VRS SCH-200 Quick Installation Manual

Quick Installation Manual for HTS VRS SCH-200 Security Camera (19 pages)

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  • Category of Device: Security Camera
  • Document: VRS SCH-200, File Type: PDF Quick Installation Manual
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  • VRS SCH-200 Imaging Unit

    2 Megapixel Network Box Camera Series

    Quick Installation Guide

    Version 1.0

    June 2013

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    Table of Contents

    CHAPTER 1 SAFETY AND CERTIFICATIONS .......................................................... 3

    1.1 Safety Instructions ........................................................................................3

    1.2 Disposal of Equipment ..................................................................................4

    1.3 FCC Compliance Statement ..........................................................................5

    1.4 CE Statement ................................................................................................5

    CHAPTER 2 PRODUCT DESCRIPTION .................................................................. 6

    2.1 Overview ......................................................................................................6

    2.2 Specifications ................................................................................................6

    CHAPTER 3 INSTALLATION PREPARATION ......................................................... 8

    3.1 Unpacking the Unit .......................................................................................8

    3.2 Checking for Damage....................................................................................8

    3.3 Wall Mount Bracket .....................................................................................9

    3.4 Pole Mount Adaptor .....................................................................................9

    CHAPTER 4 INSTALLATION ............................................................................... 10

    4.1 Installation Tools ........................................................................................10

    4.2 Mounting the SCH-200 on a Wall ...............................................................10

    4.3 Mounting the SCH-200 on a Pole ...............................................................12

    4.4 Connecting the External Wiring..................................................................13

    4.5 Network Topology ......................................................................................15

    CHAPTER 5 IP CONFIGURATION ....................................................................... 16

    5.1 Default IP Address ......................................................................................16

    5.2 IP Configurator Utility .................................................................................16

    5.2.1 Running IP Configurator from the Lane Controller ................................16

    5.2.2 Running IP Configurator on the Internet ...............................................16

    5.3 Setting a New IP Address ............................................................................17

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    Chapter 1 Safety and Certifications

    NOTICE

    Please read this guide thoroughly and save it for future use before attempting to connect or

    operate this unit.

    1.1 Safety Instructions

    HAZARD: Please follow the safety instructions below. Failure to adhere to the

    instructions could result in personal injury to the user.

    This unit operates at 24VDC. The Camera is operate at 12VDC VIA internal

    P/S Board

    Installation and service should be performed only by qualified and

    experienced technicians and comply with all local codes and rules in order

    to maintain your warranty.

    To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose the product to

    rain or moisture.

    Wipe the imaging unit with a dry soft cloth. For tough stains, apply a small

    quantity of diluted neutral detergent and wipe dry with a soft cloth.

    Do not apply benzene, gasoline, or thinner to the imaging unit, which

    may melt the surface of the unit or cause fogging in the lens.

    Avoid aligning the lens to very bright objects (for example, light fixtures)

    for long periods of time.

    Avoid operating or storing the unit in the following locations:

    o Extremely humid, dusty, or hot/cold environments

    (recommended operating temperature: -20°C to +50°C)

    o Close to sources of powerful radio or TV transmitters

    o Close to fluorescent lamps or objects with reflections

    o Under unstable or flickering light sources

    For eye safety – avoid looking directly to the LED`s illumination beam

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    1.2 Disposal of Equipment

    WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment). Correct disposal of

    this product (applicable in the European Union and other European

    countries with separate collection systems). This product should be

    disposed of, at the end of its useful life, as per applicable local laws,

    regulations, and procedures.

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    1.3 FCC Compliance Statement

    Information to the user: This unit has been tested and found to comply with the

    limits for a Class B digital device pursuant to Part 15B of the FCC Rules. Operation is

    subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful

    interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including

    interference that may cause undesired operation. These limits are designed to

    provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential

    installation. This unit generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if

    not installed and used in accordance with the manual, may cause harmful

    interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that

    interference will not occur in a particular installation.

    If this unit does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which

    can be determined by turning the unit off and on, the user is encouraged to try to

    correct the interference. For example, try reorienting or relocating the receiving

    antenna, increasing the separation between the unit and receiver, or connecting the

    unit to an outlet on a different circuit.

    CAUTION

    Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance

    could void the user’s authority to operate the unit.

    1.4 CE Statement

    Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause

    harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received,

    including interference that may cause undesired operation. The manufacturer

    declares that the unit supplied with this guide is compliant with the essential

    protection requirements of EMC directive and General Product Safety Directive

    (GPSD) conforming to requirements of standards EN55022 for emission, EN 55024 for

    immunity.

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    Chapter 2 Product Description

    2.1 Overview

    The SCH-200 is a state-of-the-art, 2 megapixel imaging unit. It is supplied

    with the following interfaces:

     2 shielded copper pairs:

    One pair for powering

    One pair for synchronizing with an external illumination unit

     An Ethernet interface for transmission of images. The Ethernet

    interface is also used by management software to configure the

    imaging unit.

    2.2 Specifications

    Item

    Specification

    Camera – Basler -BIP2-1600c-dn

    Sensor type

    1/1.8" color CCD

    Shutter type

    Progressive Scan

    Active Pixels

    1600 (H) x 1200 (V)

    Lens

    Standard: 35 mm, Optional: 16/25/50 mm

    Effective Range

    Standard: 5-10 meters, Optional: 5-20

    meters

    Day/Night

    Removable IR-cut filter

    Video Compression

    H.264

    Protocol

    TCP/IP

    Housing -Mechanical / Electrical

    Physical Dimensions

    245(L) x 120(W) x 115(H) mm

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    Weight

    3280 grams (including mounting bracket)

    Casing

    Die-Cast Aluminum Alloy

    Protection Level

    IP66

    Operating Temperature Range

    -10⁰C to +50⁰ C

    Adjustment Angles

    3 (up/down, right/left, rotation)

    Mounting bracket

    Full cable management

    Electrical

    24 VDC, 2 amperes

    Heating

    Contains heater with thermostat control

    Illumination

    Spectrum

    Infra-red (850 nm) or white illumination

    Quantity

    4 LEDs

    Angle

    30⁰, 45⁰

    Intensity

    4 levels (high, medium, low, off)

    Frequency multiplier

    Internally VIA PLL card

    Safety and Certifications

    Emissions

    FCC Part 15 Class B, CE Class B

    Product Safety

    CE: EN/IEC60950-1: 2005

    Eye Safety

    EN60825-1, class-1 LED Product

    Manufacturing quality certification

    ISO 9001-2008

    Table 1: SCH-200 Specifications

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    Chapter 3 Installation Preparation

    3.1 Unpacking the Unit

    Open the SCH-200 package and make sure that the contents match the order

    form and the packing slip. In addition to this guide, items below are included

    in the package.

     One SCH-200 Network Imaging Unit

     One printed Quick Installation Guide (this document)

     1 meter cable and outlet for power input and external illumination

     One Ethernet cable outlet with female to female RJ45 connector

     One mounting Bracket

     3 screws, 3 plastic nuts, and three 8 mm masonry anchors

     One hex key (Allen wrench)

     One BR-20 pole mount adapter kit (Optional)

    NOTE

    Please contact HTS if any of the items listed is missing.

    3.2 Checking for Damage

    When first unpacking, please check if there is any visible damage to the unit

    and its accessories. The protective materials used for the packaging should be

    able to protect the unit from most forms of damage during transportation.

    NOTE

    Please contact HTS if the item or any of its accessories is damaged.

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    3.3 Wall Mount Bracket

    The wall mount bracket supplied with the SCH-200 is depicted in Figure 1

    below.

    Figure 1: Bracket Drawing and Dimensions

    3.4 Pole Mount Adaptor

    The pole mount bracket is not supplied with the SCH-200. It is optional to

    order the adaptor for Pole mounting. The BR-20 pole adaptor is depicted in

    Figure 2 below.

    Figure 2: Pole Mount Adaptor

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    Chapter 4 Installation

    4.1 Installation Tools

    The following tools may be necessary to complete the installation:

     Electric drill

     Screwdrivers

     Wire cutters

     Set of hex keys (Allen wrenches)

    4.2 Mounting the SCH-200 on a Wall

    Mount the imaging unit on a wall or ceiling using the bracket as illustrated in

    Figure 3 below.

    Figure 3: Wall Mount

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    Adjust the position and angle of the imaging unit as shown in Figure 4 below.

    Figure 4: Adjusting the Imaging Unit

    NOTE

    Depending on the mounting surface’s material, different screws and anchors than those

    supplied may be required.

    HAZARD: The imaging unit is heavy and could cause damage or personal

    injury if it falls.

    To prevent the imaging unit from falling, ensure that it is mounted firmly to

    a wall or a pole.

    Make sure that a safety wire connects the housing and the cover to prevent

    damage or injury if the event that the unit detaches from the wall.

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    4.3 Mounting the SCH-200 on a Pole

    1. Attach the pole adapter to the pole using one of the straps. Tighten

    the strap (see Figure 2 above).

    2. Connect the bracket base of SCH-200 to the pole adapter board.

    Use the three screws and nuts provided in the BR-20 pole adapter

    kit. See Figure 5 for guidance in positioning the screws.

    Figure 5: Screw Locations in the Pole Adapter

    3. Mount SCH-200 on the pole as described in the N-Series Imaging

    Unit Quick Installation Guide.

    4. Adjust the imaging unit and secure the screws as shown previously

    in Figure 4. Use the two screws provided.

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    4.4 Connecting the External Wiring

    HAZARD:

    All imaging unit installations should comply with your local electrical safety rules.

    The SCH-200 Imaging Unit is supplied with two 1-meter long cables:

     CAT-6 Ethernet cable with RJ-45 female to female connector

     Cable containing 2 shielded pairs:

    Red/black – 24 VDC, 2 amp power feeder

    Green/white – sends synchronization pulses to an external

    illumination source

    Figure 6: Connecting the External Wires

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     To connect the external wiring:

    1. Connect the powering pair (red/black) to 24 VDC power supply.

    2. If required, connect the synchronization pair (green/white) to the

    external illumination source.

    3. Connect RJ-45 male connector of the imaging unit to the Lane

    Controller by using of female to female RJ-45 network interface

    connector.

    NOTE

    Network connectivity topology is defined in the next paragraph.

    WARNING: To avoid damage to the unit, connect it only to a

    24VDC/30W power supply.

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    4.5 Network Topology

    The SCH-200 Imaging Unit delivers video images in real time over the Internet

    and your Intranet. Using its Ethernet RJ-45 network interface, it connects to

    a Lane Controller (LC-2000 or similar).

     To connect the network wiring:

    Connect (up to 3 imaging units) to a single Lane Controller, either directly

    connected (see Figure 7), or using a switch (see Figure 8).

    Figure 7: Network Topology - Direct Connectivity

    Figure 8: Network Topology – Using a Switch

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    Chapter 5 IP Configuration

    5.1 Default IP Address

    The SCH-200 Imaging Unit is a network-based unit. Its default IP address and

    subnet mask are assigned by the manufacturer:

     IP Address: 192.168.0.30

     Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0

    5.2 IP Configurator Utility

    IP Configurator is a utility program that helps users to locate the imaging unit

    in local area network.

    5.2.1 Running IP Configurator from the Lane Controller

    The IP configurator utility comes installed on the LC-1000 or LC-2000 Lane

    Controllers.

    Double-click on the IP Configurator icon (see Figure 9) to run the utility.

    Figure 9: IP Configurator Icon

    5.2.2 Running IP Configurator on the Internet

    The IP Configurator utility is available on the HTS web site, at:

    http://htsol.com/Support

    Log in to the support portal, and select Download >> Tools and Utilities >> IP

    Configurator Utility.

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    5.3 Setting a New IP Address

     To set a new IP address:

    1. Make sure the Imaging Unit and your Lane Controller are in the

    same subnet.

    2. Connect the SCH-200’s Ethernet connector directly to the Lane

    Controller, or via a switch.

    3. Run the IP configurator as described in Section 5.2. The Login

    Window appears as shown in Figure 10 below.

    Figure 10: Login Window

    NOTE

    Connect only one unit at a time to finalize the IP

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    4. Login to the configurator with the default username and password:

    Username: admin

    Password: 1234

    5. Press the discover button. The window displays a list of units

    currently in operation on the network, as depicted in Figure 11

    below.

    Figure 11: List of Imaging Units in the Network

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    6. Select the unit with the Imaging Unit model SCH-200. The following

    Information appears in the camera configuration window.

    Figure 12: Configuring a New IP Address

    7. Enter the new IP address in the field designated in Figure 12 above.

    Click Save to activate the settings.

    8. Wait a few seconds while the imaging unit reboots with the new IP

    address, and exit the utility.

    NOTE

    In order to recall the imaging unit’s IP address when necessary, stick a label with the IP address

    on the imaging unit.

    END OF DOCUMENT

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