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  Paradox Insight™ HD77 Camera Quick Installation Guide V1.2 HD77-EQ06 07/2015 Printed in Canada Introduction  The Paradox Insight™ HD77 camera (“HD77 camera”) is a state-of-the-art, highly reliable HD video (720p in color) and high quality audio PIR camera. This quick-start guide describes how to install and configure the HD77 camera. Packing contents:  The box for the HD77 camera includes the HD77 camera and quick-start guide. The following chart describes the HD77 installation workflow. Wiring Wire the HD77 camera with either a CAT5e cable for both 4-wire Combus and Ethernet, or with two separate cables, one cable for the 4-wire Combus, the other cable for the Ethernet. Wiring the HD77 Camera with a CAT5e Cable Wire the HD77 camera with a single CAT5e or higher cable including two twisted pairs for the 4-wire Combus and two twisted pairs for the Ethernet lines as displayed below. The maximum CAT5e cable length is 50 meters. Figure 1 – HD77 Camera - CAT5e Cable Wiring The following table displays Cat 5e cable wiring connectivity. Wiring the HD77 Camera with Dual Cables Wire the 4-wire Combus cable (A) to the EVOHD control panel and the Ethernet cable (B) to the Ethernet router or switch as displayed below. Figure 2 – HD77 Camera - Dual Cable Wiring The following table displays dual cable wiring connectivity. Mounting Mount the HD77 camera directly to the wall or on a swivel bracket attached to the wall. Mounting Requirements Mount the HD77 camera on the wall at a height of 2.1m - 2.7m (7ft - 9ft), with a minimum gap of 2cm (~1 in) from the ceiling (to open/close the cover) Warnings ã Do not install the HD77 camera:ãNear objects causing environmental temperature changes such as heaters, refrigerators and ovensãIn the path of air flow from air conditioning / heating vents, fans or windowsãIn the path of reflective surfaces, direct sunlight or infrared lightãWhere exposed to oil vapors or steamãDo not touch the sensor surface or the camera lens as this could result in detector malfunction Mounting the HD77 Camera on Wall or Corner  1.Remove the front cover:a.Open the lock at the bottom of the HD77 camera with a screwdriver.b.Pry the cover apart from the back plate starting from the bottom.2.Insert the cable/s through the wiring slot in the back plate.3.Knock-out the mounting holes in the backplate. Figure 3 – HD77 Camera Back Plate4.Secure the backplate to the wall with a screw through each knock-out hole including through the anti-tamper spacer. Note: Use wall anchors if required.5.Connect the wires to the terminal board on the HD77 camera back plate.6.Attach the front cover to the back plate (do not lock). Note: Record the serial number found on the inner side of the front cover.7.Connect the wires to the EVOHD panel and router (if not already connected).8.Power-up the system. The LED3 indicator flashes blue until the boot-up process is complete (boot-up can take up to 3 minutes).9.Close the lock (The installer diagnostic LEDs switch- off).10.Verify the HD77 camera vision / image / angle positioning and functionality:a.Open the BabyWare application (download, install and program BabyWare before verifying HD77 camera functionality - see Programming the HD77 Camera  below).b.Navigate to the Programming page => Video tab => Play button.Ensure that the HD77 camera vision / image / angle is positioned and functioning. Mounting the HD77 Camera with a Swivel Bracket  The following diagram describes the Swivel Bracket and mounting procedure. Figure 4 – Mounting HD77 Camera with Swivel Brackets The following table describes the swivel bracket mounting components . 1.Run the cable(s) (2) through the wall plate (1). Secure the wall plate to the wall. Note:  The top of the wall plate must be at least 3” (8cm) from the ceiling.2.Run the cable through the bottom of the swivel hinge housing (3), swivel hinge (4), and adapter plate (5). 3.Attach the swivel housing to the swivel hinge - ensure that it clicks closed.4.Secure the swivel housing to the wall plate-snap the bracket assembly to the wall by placing it on top of the wall plate and sliding it down until it locks. 5.Determine the HD77 camera angle of view and secure the angle by attaching the angle bracket (6) to the adaptor plate and inserting a pan head screw #6-32 through the angle bracket and adaptor plate and attaching them to the swivel hinge.6.Mount the HD77 camera back panel (7) to the swivel bracket with a screw through each knock out hole and through the anti-tamper spacer (see figure 3). Note: Use wall anchors if required.7.Execute steps 5-10 of Mounting the HD77 Camera on Wall or Corner  (see above). LED Status Indicators  The following graphic describes the HD77 camera LED light display. Figure 5 – LED ArrangementLEDs 1, 2, 4, and 5 are installer diagnostic indicators that are active when the lock mechanism is open. LED 3 displays various system functionalities.  The following table displays the LEDs and their functionality.  Table4:LEDAssignments Note: For LED 3 :ãThe PIR indicator can be set On/Off by the installerãThe VOD indicator can only be turned-off by the Master User using the Paradox Insight™ application. IMPORTANT : Turning the VOD indicator off may be considered a violation of applicable laws in some countries. Install the HD77 camera according to local laws Programming the HD77 Camera Configure the HD77 camera settings with the Paradox BabyWare application (BabyWare). PIR settings can also be configured from the TM50 Touchpad and supported K641 series and K656 Keypads. Requirements : Fulfill the following requirements before configuring HD77 camera settings.ãInstall Windows 7 and aboveãConnect the PC to the HD77 camera with a 307USB Direct Connect Interface OR  an IP150 Internet module connecting the EVOHD serial port and an Internet connection to the PCãDownload and install BabyWare: Open the Paradox website: www.paradox.com. Login with the name and password supplied by Paradox. Select the Software  field from the menu and click Download. The Download window opens. Click on the Download file. BabyWare downloads to the PCãCreate an account in BabyWare Creating an Account in BabyWare Create an account in BabyWare before configuring HD77 camera settings:1.Open BabyWare and login. The Accounts window opens.  Table 1: Cat 5e Cable Wiring Connectivity Recommended Wiring AssignmentEthernet ConnectorBus LabelWire ColorEthernet Wire AssignmentWire Color RBrown1Green StripedBBlue2GreenGBlue striped3Orange StripedYBrown striped4RX-Orange5RX+Orange striped6Orange TX-Green7 TX+Green striped8    Table 2: Dual Cable Wiring Connectivity Recommended Wiring AssignmentEthernet ConnectorBus LabelWire ColorEthernet Wire AssignmentWire Color RRed1Green StripedBBlack2GreenGGreen3Orange StripedYYellow4RX-Orange5RX+Orange striped6Orange TX-Green7 TX+Green striped8Anti-Tamper SpacerLock Knock-out holes Terminal Board  Table3:Swivel Bracket Components 1Wall Plate5Adaptor Plate2Cable6Angle Bracket3Swivel Hinge Housing7Camera Back Plate4Swivel Hinge LED Functionality LED Display LED 1Digiplex Data TX Flashing green: Data transmissionOff: No data transmissionLED 2Digiplex Data RX Flashing green: Data receptionOff: No data receptionLED 3(with front cover locked or un-locked)ãHD77 camera is powered-up and functioning. There are currently no PIR detections or VOD streaming.ãUnit has no powerOff Firmware upgrade in progress.Flashing purple VOD Blue onPower-up Flashing blue Locate modeFlashing blue General Combus failure, wiring or communication problem Flashing redBus low powerFlashing red PIR detectionRed on for 3 secondsLED 4 Active Web connectionGreen onLED 5 LAN 10/100Mb link LAN 10100Mb data TX or RX Green on: LAN active Off: No connectionFlashing green: Data transferFlashing red: UPnP failure  2.Select the Add  field to add a new account for the HD77 camera and fill the required details in the provided fields.3.Configure IP150 settings:a.In the new account field: Select the Additional Info  box in the Connection window. Figure 6 – Accounts Window The Settings  window opens displaying the Connection tab settings. b.Select the IP/Static radio button and click the IP Locator icon . The Locate   IP Device on Network   window opens, displaying a list of all IP150 devices.c.Select your IP150 device and click OK . The IP Device Configuration  window opens. d.Enter the  IP 150 module password  in the IP Module Password field of the IP/Static pane and click OK . The Setting window closes.4.In the Accounts window: Click Connect  to connect the account. Updating Configuration Parameters Before programming, ensure that the HD77 camera configurations are up-to-date: 1.Stand on the HD77 camera in the Security Module field and right-click. 2.Select the Receive Programming  field from the drop-down menu. If necessary, the configurations are automatically updated. IMPORTANT: Ensure all HD77 camera configurations are updated. Labeling Devices and Locations Label the HD77 camera and define its location: In the Security Modules field of the BabyWare Home  window: Locate each device by its serial number and add a Label (for example front window) and Location (for example motion detector with camera) in the provided fields. Note: Serial numbers are acquired through the module scan and automatically inserted by BabyWare. IMPORTANT :   Assign all HD cameras to the same area. Configuring HD77 Camera Settings with BabyWare Configure HD77 camera settings from the BabyWare Programming window: Open BabyWare> Select the required HD77 camera from the Security Modules field> Double-click > Select Properties> The Programming window opens. This section includes:ãConfiguring Server SettingsãConfiguring PIR Settings Configuring Server Settings Configure Server settings from the Server Parameters pane of the Programming window. Server settings include Installer, Central Monitoring Station (“CMS”), Receiver and TCP/IP settings. Configuring Installer/CMS Settings 1.Enter Installer/CMS details in the following panes respectively:ã Installer   Parameters  fieldã Central Monitoring Station  field2.Check the Reporting Enabled  box to enable the HD77 camera to report events to IPRS7 software. Configuring Receiver Settings Configure   Receiver parameters received from the CMS in the provided fields of the Receiver Parameters  pane. Configuring TCP/IP Settings Configure TCP/IP settings from the TCP/IP  pane of the Programing window.When supported by the router, we recommend enabling UPnP and configuring Dynamic IP settings. This ensures easy and fast network installation. Configure Static IP settings if one of the key parameters needs to be fixed, such as working with a static WAN IP (not using PMH) or if UPnP is not supported (or fails) in the router. Set a Static IP address for the HD77 camera (either with static LAN IP or by binding a MAC address (recommended) that always assigns the same IP address to the HD77 camera: Set Gateway, Subnet mask, Primary and Secondary DNS Server. Configure static port settings to enable port -forwarding, which prevents loss of connection due to port or IP modifications. Configuring Static IP or Dynamic IP for the WAN Dynamic IP for WAN If your ISP assigns a dynamic WAN IP (as in most cases), check the Poll PMH(ParadoxMyHome)  box in the Programming window. Static IP for WAN If you do not use ParadoxMyHome (“PMH”), acquire a static WAN IP from your ISP and uncheck the Poll PMH (ParadoxMyHome) box. Manually key-in the static WAN IP address into the Paradox Insight™ Application and the BabyWare application HD77 camera programming page. Configuring Dynamic IP Settings 1.Configure the Server Parameters  (see Configuring the Server Parameters above).2.Configure DHCP: In the TCP/IP Parameters pane: Check the DHCP Enabled  box .  3.Configure UPnP (UPnP provides automatic port- forwarding functionality): In the  TCP/IP Parameters pane: Check the  UPnP (Universal Plug and Play) box . 4.Configure Auto Detect mode:a.Select the Communication   Settings  tab from the Programming window tool bar. Figure 7 – Communications Tab of the Programming Windowb.Select the Auto Detect  radio button.c.Click Refresh .d.Click OK. 5.Register the HD77 camera to PMH :a.Select the Register  tab from the top menu bar of the Programing window.b.Select Register to PMH (ParadoxMyHome)  from the drop-down menu (see Fig. 8  above).c.Enter your Installer credentials.d.Enter a unique Site ID to identify the system on ParadoxMyHome. Site ID is required for the Paradox Insight Application. e.Click OK  to complete registration. f.Click OK. Dynamic IP   is configured. Note: If your router does not support UPnP configure IP settings statically. Configuring Reserved/Static IP Settings Requirements ãIf the router supports reserved IP addresses, bind the MAC address in the router to a reserved IP address for the LAN ãIf using a reserved IP address the HD77 camera must be DHCP enabled. The reserved IP address must be within the DHCP rangeãIf using a static IP address the camera must be DHCP disabled. The static IP address must be outside the DHCP range Setting Up the Router for Port Forwarding Configure router port- forwarding if UPnP is not supported by the router:1.Ensure that the router is connected according to the router instruction manual.2.Access the router Configuration window:ãRefer to the router manual for the exact configuration procedure (Usually access Configuration window by the entering the router’s IP address in the address bar of the web browser)ãThe router IP address may be indicated in the router instructions or on a sticker on the router3.Verify the router DHCP settings  in the router Configuration  window:ãIf DHCP is enabled, verify that the IP address range leaves at least one IP address available outside the rangeãRecord an address outside the DHCP range to be used for the HD77 camera Example : The range displayed in the following figure leaves addresses 2- 4 and 101 to 254 available (all numbers in an IP address are between 1 and 254). Note: 192.168.1.1 is configured as the IP address as it is a common default router IP address. Figure 8 – DHCP Settings4.Add a service/item  in the Port Forwarding section (also known as Port Mapping or Port Redirection) of the router Configuration   window: a.Set the Port value to >10000.b.Enter the IP address selected in step 3  above.5.Configure the HD77 camera IP Address and IP Port parameters in BabyWare: a.Select the Accounts tab in the Homepage. The Accounts window opens. b.Select the Additional Info  box in the Connection   window (see Fig. 6 above).c.Enter IP Address and IP Port parameters in the provided fields of the IP/Static pane. d.Click OK. The following screen-shot displays configured Port Forwarding settings(screen-shots may differ depending on the type of router). Figure 9 – Port Forwarding Note: If unable to connect to the HD77, verify with the ISP that the selected ports are available and functioning. IMPORTANT : Each camera requires a unique port number. DO NOT  use the same port number more than once. Configuring PIR Settings Configure PIR settings in the PIR Parameters  branch of the Programming window: 1.Check the Show PIR LED  box.2.Set the PIR Sensitivity  level: Select the required PIR sensitivity from the Value  drop-down menu in the PIR Sensitivity field.3.Set the Security  level from the Security drop-down menu in the PIR Security field. The following table displays PIR parameters.  Table5:PIR Parameters Saving BabyWare Configurations Save HD77 camera settings after configuring/modifying: Select the Write  button in the Programming window. The configurations are saved. Figure 10 – Write Button Registering the IP Receiver  Register the IP Receiver after saving BabyWare configurations.1.Select the Register  tab from the top menu bar of the Programing window.2.Select  Register to IP Receiver from the Register drop down menu.3.Click OK . Figure 11 – Communication Drop Down Menu Programming PIR Settings with theTM50 Touchpad Configure PIR parameters for the HD77 camera (see Table 5 above) with the TM50  Touchpad. Requirement: Disconnect BabyWare when programming with the TM50 Touchpad.1.Select the Menu  key.2.Select the Advanced  key.3.Select the Installer Programming  key.4.Enter your Installer Code .5.Select the System Programming  key.6.Key- in [ 4003 ] in the Enter Section field.7.Key-in the Serial Number  in the Serial Number field. 8.Click Next .9.Configure the PIR LED Display : a.Key-in Section [ 001 ]:b. Option 1  is for PIR LED On/Off:ãOn [1] – LED#3 is red when PIR motion is detectedãOff [*] – LED#3 stays off when PIR motion is detected ã Default  is On Note: Do not configure Options 2 - 8 .10.Configure the PIR Sensitivity level: Enter Section [ 002 ].Select PIR sensitivity level: level 0 to level 4. The  Default  is level 2.11.Configure the PIR Security level:   Enter Section [ 003 ]. Select PIR security level, level 0 to level 2. The Default  is level 0. Programming PIR Settings with Keypads Configure PIR parameters for the HD77 camera (see Table 5 above) through any of the K641 series keypads and the K656 keypad. Configure additional parameters with BabyWare. Key-in letters with the following hexadecimal keypads: Figure 12 – Keypad Key-ins Requirement: Disconnect BabyWare when programming with Keypads.1.Press and hold the [ 0 ] key. 2.Enter your Installer Code . The default installer code is 000000.3.Key- in [ 4003 ] in the Enter Section field.4.Key-in the Serial Number  in the Serial Number field. 5.Execute steps 9-11 of the Configuring PIR Settings with the TM50 Touchpad  above. HD77 Camera Specifications HD77 Camera Compatibility  This device is compatible with the Paradox EVOHD control panel. Certifications See our website: www.paradox.com for further information concerning Certifications. WARRANTY  For complete warranty information on this product, please refer to the Limited Warranty Statement found on the website www.paradox.com/terms. The terms and conditions are subject to change without notice, from time to time, at Paradox’s sole discretion. We invite you to visit our website on a regular basis for the latest Limited Warranty Statement. Your use of the Paradox product signifies your acceptance of all warranty terms and conditions. Please ensure that your use of the Paradox product is in compliance with local, national, and international laws. © 2015 Paradox Security Systems Ltd . All rights reserved. Specifications may change without prior notice. US, Canadian and international patents may apply. Paradox Insight™ and Paradox are a trademarks or registered trademarks of Paradox Security Systems (Bahamas) Ltd. or its affiliates in Canada, the United States and/or other countries.   Description Section Setting Setting DetailsExample PIR LED Display [001][*] Off  [1] On PIR LED Off  PIR LEDOn Default (1*******)PIR Sensitivity [002][0] Low (Sensitivity level)(002) 000-005as displayed on the  TM50(002)as displayed on the K641series keypads[1] [2] Default [3][4] High (Sensitivity level)PIR Security Level [003] [0] Normal (Mild environment) Default (003) 000-002as displayed on the  TM50(000) as displayed on the K641series keypads[1] Medium[2] High (Harsh environment) Voltage input Nominal: 12VDC, range 9-16VDC Current consumption Max 200 mA without illumination LEDs330 mA with illumination LEDs lit PIR Type Quad PIR, Auto pulse Weight 166g (5.86 OZ) Dimensions (H x W x D): 15 cm x 7.5 cm x 5 cm (6 in x 3 in x 2 in) Operating temperature -10° C to +55° C (14° F to 131° F) Compliance EN 50131-2-2 Grade 2 Environmental Class IICertification Body: Applica Test and Certification
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