Step 4: Accessing the Camera Siqura IFD820V1IR IP Cameras

Siqura IFD820V1IR IP Cameras
High-Definition Indoor Fixed-Dome Style
Quick Start Guide
Step 1: Product Inventory
Step 2: Hard Wall or Ceiling Installation
Before you proceed, make sure that your IFD820 package contains
IFD820 cameras can be installed directly on a wall or ceiling.
the items listed below.
Make sure that the provided surface has sufficient strength to support the camera.
If you use Power over Ethernet (PoE), check that there is adequate access to an IEEE 802.3AF Power Sourcing Equipment (PSE) enabled network.
Step 1: Remove the camera from the dome housing
Step 2: Mount the dome housing
Use the supplied security TORX to unscrew the:
the supplied screws and screw anchors.
- housing cover
IFD820 camera
Self-tapping screws (x4)
- camera from the housing
1.5A power adapter
(indoor use only)
Plastic screw anchors (x4)
Rubber washers (x6)
Attach the dome housing to the wall or ceiling with
Security TORX
Gently press both sides of the inner cover and
Step 3: Connect the cables
remove it from the dome unit (figure 2 – left).
Thread the power, Ethernet, and possibly audio and
Press the snap-on sides of the camera and
alarm device cables through the side or back conduit
detach it from the dome housing (figure 2 –
entry (figure 3).
Figure 3 Connect the cables and lead
them through the conduit entry
Connect the cables to the IFD820.
Step 4: Insert the snap-on module into the dome housing
Snap the camera back into the dome housing
(figure 4).
Power terminal block
Quick Start Guide
CD (manuals
and search tool)
Figure 2 Remove the inner cover (left) and detach
the camera from the dome housing
Figure 1 IFD820 package contents
Step 3: Powering Up
Figure 4 Reattach the camera to the
dome housing
Step 5: Device Search
Step 4: Accessing the Camera
Use the Device Search application to discover and
The internal settings of the IFD820 can be accessed directly via a
change the IP address of the camera.
DeviceSearch.exe can be found on the supplied CD or at
web interface.
Use only Internet Explorer 6.x or higher.
The IP camera’s default IP address is printed on a label located on This application detects and lists all the
Siqura IP cameras found on the network.
the bottom of the camera.
DC 12V
Connect to the DC/AC power source as
indicated in table 1 and figure 5.
Figure 5 IFD820 Printed Circuit Board (PCB)
To power the IFD820 with AC24V/DC12V
Note that the supplied DC power
adapter is for indoor use only.
AC 24V
are case sensitive.
To access the camera’s internal settings
To explore your network for installed devices
Start the Device Search application.
Click the Device Search button.
If a security alert window displays, click Unblock to continue.
Right-click a device and select Browse to access the internal
settings of the camera via a web interface.
Table 1 Power connector pin
Connect the RJ-45 connector to an appropriate PSE network switch.
Use Cat 5 Ethernet cable that does not exceed 100 meters in length.
Connect to a hub or switch with straight-through cable. Use crossover
cable to connect directly to a PC.
Note that PoE cannot be used with the heater.
Version 1.0 (120105-1)
IFD820v1ir QSG (MW07SP2)
Type the IP address of the camera in the address bar of your web
browser (figure 6).
Figure 6 Entering the IP address of the camera into the address bar of your
To power the IFD820 with PoE
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The default logon user name and password are Admin / 1234. Both
To view the webpages of the camera properly
Install the add-on, Siqura Viewer.
Enable ActiveX controls.
Figure 7 Click Browse to open the webpages of the camera
Step 6: Establishing the Network Property
Step 7: Internal Web Pages
Step 8: Adjusting the Lens
To change the network property of the camera
Across the top of the IFD820 home page are five main menu items:
Adjust the angle of the camera to monitor the desired area (fig. 10)
and zoom and focus the lens as necessary (fig. 11).
Users can monitor a live video stream or double-click the image to
Use the home page of the web interface (Step 7) to check the image quality
view stream details.
as you make changes.
In the Device Search application, rightclick the camera and select Network Setup.
Click to select either the:
DHCP check box, and record the MAC
address of the camera for future
Users can set the host name, system time, root password, and other
network related settings.
Users can set video and audio formats and compression parameters.
Static IP check box, and then enter the
IP address of the camera, the subnet
mask, the default gateway, and the
Users can adjust various camera settings, including exposure, white
balance, brightness, sharpness, contrast, and digital zoom.
DNS server in the appropriate boxes.
Click Apply to confirm the new settings
please note
Figure 10 Adjust the pan (left) and tilt (right) as necessary.
The Logout option signs the user out of the camera’s web pages and
and wait for one minute before searching
for the camera using Device Search.
opens the sign in page.
Figure 8 Assigning a static IP
address through Network Setup
Figure 11 Loosen the zoom ring
screw to adjust the zoom and
the focus ring screw to correct
the focal length
A DHCP server must be installed on the network in order
to apply DHCP network support.
Figure 9 The IFD820 web interface menus
Note: The IR function on IFD820V1IR models can be set via the Camera
menu (Step 7).
Step 10: Connecting Audio
Step 9: Video Rotation
Step 11: Setting the Alarms
Depending on how the IFD820 camera is mounted, you may need to
If microphones and speakers are configured to the network, the
Connecting an alarm device to the IFD820 camera input can trigger
rotate the camera image.
IFD820 camera can be used to provide a two-way audio channel.
an output action to occur based on contact closure settings.
Audio I/O
Audio Out-R
Audio Out-L
Alarm I/O
Table 2 Audio in and out connector
On the Streaming tab, select Video Format from the menu options on
the left.
Step 1: Connect the audio input and output connectors to the back of the
Choose one of the following video rotation types:
camera (figures 5 and 13, and table 2).
Normal video. The camera’s orientation is not modified.
Flip video. The image rotates across the horizontal axis.
Mirror video. The image rotates across the vertical axis.
90 degree clockwise. The image rotates 90° clockwise.
180 degree rotate. The image rotates 180°.
90 degree counterclockwise. The image rotates 90°
Click Save to confirm settings.
Output -
Input +
Input -
Figure 13 Audio in and out
To select a video rotation type
Output +
Table 3 Alarm connector assignments
Figure 12 The IFD820 installation requires rotation
Figure 14 Alarm in and out
Step 2: In the internal web pages, go to Streaming > Audio and select one
Step 1: Connect the alarm relay connectors to the I/O terminal block
of the following options:
(figures 5 and 14, and table 3).
Full-duplex (Talk and listen simultaneously)
Half-duplex (Talk or listen, not at the same time)
Step 2: In the internal web pages, go to the System tab. Using the
Simplex (Talk only)
Application, Motion Detection, and Tampering pages, configure the alarms as
Simplex (Listen only)