1 Tele Eye DT Series Dialup CCTV Transmitter DT-103G DT-103P DT-103D Installation Guide
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3 Table of Contents SECTION 1 INTRODUCTION 1 Features 2 SECTION 2 INSTALLATION OF TeleEye Dialup CCTV A. Removing the Package 3 B. Panel Description 4 GSM version : DT-103G 4 PSTN version : DT-103P 5 ISDN version : DT-103D 6 C. Connecting to TeleEye Dialup CCTV 8 GSM version : DT-103G 8 PSTN version : DT-103P 10 ISDN version : DT-103D 11 D. Audio Connection of TeleEye Dialup CCTV 13 E. Aux Port Connection of TeleEye Dialup CCTV 14 F. TeleEye Dialup CCTV Configuration 16 G. Remote Monitoring with TeleEye Dialup CCTV 17 APPENDIX A Q & A 18 APPENDIX B PHONE JACK PIN ASSIGNMENT 20 SECTION C DT-103G LED STATUS 21 SECTION D SPECIFICATIONS 22
4 TeleEye Dialup CCTV Installation Guide Page 1 SECTION 1 INTRODUCTION TeleEye Dialup CCTV is a series of all-in-one remote video and audio transmitters to allow you looking after your remote premises via PSTN, ISDN or GSM network. With built-in modem and audio design, TeleEye Dialup CCTV is extremely easy to install. By simply hooking up video cameras, microphone and telephone line to the TeleEye Dialup CCTV transmitter, you can monitor your premises anytime you want. Fast image update rate of up to 10fps at 33.6kbps can be achieved. TeleEye Dialup CCTV is ideal for alarm verification. The system can handle and verify alarm events by dialing back to the control center, recording video and alerting security personnel automatically. The remote public addressing allows broadcasting of warning message to deter illegal activity. When deploying the system with TeleEye Central Monitoring Station CMS01, you can manipulate hundreds of remote sites effectively in one central location. With TeleEye Dialup CCTV, you just dial and see what s happening there! Introduction
5 TeleEye Dialup CCTV Installation Guide Page 2 Features Different connection models PSTN, ISDN & GSM 4 video & alarm inputs Built-in modem design Resolution up to 640x480 pixels Remote audio transmission (DT-103P and DT-103D only) Auto dial-up upon alarm event Pre- & post-alarm video recording Remote telemetry control Self diagnostic & recovery Easy installation & configuration Introduction
6 TeleEye Dialup CCTV Installation Guide Page 3 2 INSTALLATION OF TeleEye Dialup CCTV A. Removing the Package After removing the package, make sure you have the following items: 1. TeleEye Dialup CCTV transmitter 2. Software CD 3. AC to DC Power Adapter 4. 4-wire telephone cable (DT-103P and DT-103D only) 5. External antenna adapter cable (DT-103G only) 6. External antenna and SIM removal forceps (DT-103G only) 7. Warranty card 8. Serial number and registration code card 9. Installation Guide SECTION & 8 &
7 TeleEye Dialup CCTV Installation Guide Page 4 B. Panel Descriptions GSM Version : DT-103G Video input connectors - totally 4 input video channels (CH1-CH4) - input video signal is 1Vp-p 2. SIM card slot - Slot for inserting the SIM card with metal contacts upwards 3. Blue indication Light Emitting Diodes (LED) - Power (PWR) LED turns on when power is up 4. Green/Red indication Light Emitting Diodes (LED) - L1, L2, L3 LEDs dedicated for GSM status indication 5. External antenna connector - FME female connector for connecting to external antenna 6. Aux port - RS485 interface for Telemetry control - 4 alarm channels input for alarm notification - 1 pair of switch channel for control 6 7
8 TeleEye Dialup CCTV Installation Guide Page 5 7. Power supply - DC jack for 12V DC, 1A power input PSTN Version : DT-103P Video input connectors - totally 4 input video channels (CH1-CH4) - input video signal is 1Vp-p 2. Indication Light Emitting Diodes (LED) - Power (PWR) LED turns on when power is up - Transmit (TX) LED turns on when data is transmitted 3. PSTN phone jack - RJ45 phone jack for connecting TeleEye Dialup CCTV to PSTN network. See Appendix B for details. 4. Audio connectors - Line in audio source for transmitting audio to TeleEye III+ Reception Software - Line out audio output for speaker - Mic in audio source for transmitting microphone audio to TeleEye III+ Reception Software
9 TeleEye Dialup CCTV Installation Guide Page 6 5. Aux port - RS485 interface for Telemetry control - 4 alarm channels input for alarm notification - 1 pair of switch channel for control 6. Power supply - DC jack for 12V DC, 1A power input ISDN Version : DT-103D Video input connectors - totally 4 input video channels (CH1-CH4) - input video signal is 1Vp-p 2. Indication Light Emitting Diodes (LED) - Power (PWR) LED turns on when power is up - Transmit (TX) LED turns on when data is transmitted 3. ISDN phone jack - RJ45 phone jack for connecting TeleEye Dialup CCTV to ISDN network. See Appendix B for details. 4. Audio connectors - Line in audio source for transmitting audio to TeleEye III+ Reception Software
10 TeleEye Dialup CCTV Installation Guide Page 7 - Line out audio output for speaker - Mic in audio source for transmitting microphone audio to TeleEye III+ Reception Software 5. Aux port - RS485 interface for Telemetry control - 4 alarm channels input for alarm notification - 1 pair of switch channel for control 6. Power supply - DC jack for 12V DC, 1A power input
11 TeleEye Dialup CCTV Installation Guide Page 8 C. Connecting to TeleEye Dialup CCTV To perform remote monitoring, you must connect the TeleEye Dialup CCTV to the network first. For different models of TeleEye Dialup CCTV, you need to connect them to different networks accordingly. GSM Version : DT-103G TeleEye Dialup CCTV GSM version, DT-103G is used to transmit video over the Global System for Mobile communication (GSM) network. For transmitting data over the GSM network, a GSM modem is required for making connection and data transmission. DT-103G have a built-in GSM modem so that you just need to insert a SIM card and an external antenna to setup the transmitter. The built-in GSM modem support High Speed Circuit Switch Data (HSCSD) of slot 2+2, which is capable of transmitting data at a rate of 28.8kbps. The built-in GSM modem support dual band of 900MHz and 1800MHz. What you need: - DT-103G transmitter - SIM card with incoming data service enabled (or mobile data service), see Appendix A on how to check your SIM support incoming data service or not - External antenna - Antenna adapter cable - Power adapter Procedures: 1. Insert the SIM card with incoming data service enabled to the SIM slot on DT-103G. 2. Connect the external antenna to DT-103G with the antenna adapter cable. The SMB connector is used to plug in to the Ext. ANT hole on DT-103G. Insert the SIM to the SIM card slot with metal contacts upwards. The SIM card must enable the incoming data service Connect DT-103G with external antenna with the antenna adapter cable SMB connector FME connector
12 TeleEye Dialup CCTV Installation Guide Page 9 3. Power on DT-103G by insert the power jack. Plug in the power adapter jack with 12VDC supply 4. After power up, the blue PWR LED will blink 6 times and then remains on indicates system boot up. The PWR LED and the status LED L1, L2, L3 will be on/off according to the state of DT-103G. During power up, L1, L2 and L3 will blink/scan according to the operation mode. Please see appendix C for GSM status LED indication System Power up PWR: blue blink 6 times L1, L2, L3 : orange No SIM / SIM error No network Check SIM card Scanning Network PWR: blue L1, L2, L3 : red/green blinking when no SIM PWR: blue L1, L2, L3 : green scanning Check Signal Level PWR: blue L1, L2, L3 : depends on signal strength Standby PWR: blinking depends on signal strength L1, L2 : off L3: green 5. Now the DT-103G is ready for dialing. See section G for access the TeleEye Dialup CCTV from PC for video monitoring. PSTN Version : DT-103P
13 TeleEye Dialup CCTV Installation Guide Page 10 TeleEye Dialup CCTV PSTN version, DT-103P is used to transmit video and audio over the Public Switch Telephone Network (PSTN), or simply analog telephone network. For transmitting data over the PSTN network, modem is required which is used to modulate the digital signals for transmitting over the telephone line, and then demodulate the signal to extract the raw digital data back. DT-103P have a built-in V.90/V.92 analog modem so that you just need to use a 4-wire telephone line to connect DT-103P to the PSTN network directly. What you need: - DT-103P transmitter - 4-wire telephone wire - Power adapter Procedures: 1. Connect the RJ-45 side of the 4-wire telephone cable to DT-103P. 2. Connect RJ-11 side of the 4-wire telephone cable to telephone socket from the telephone company. 3. Power on DT-103P by insert the power jack. Plug in the power adapter jack with 12VDC supply Plug the 4-wire RJ45 jack to the DT-103P PSTN socket PSTN Socket Plug the 4-wire RJ42 jack to the wall PSTN socket
14 TeleEye Dialup CCTV Installation Guide Page After power up, the blue PWR LED will blink 6 times and then remains on indicates system boot up. PWR LED blinks 6 times and then remains on. Now the DT-103P is ready for dialing in 5. Now the DT-103P is ready for dialing. See section G for access the TeleEye Dialup CCTV for video monitoring. ISDN Version : DT-103D TeleEye Dialup CCTV ISDN version, DT-103D is used to transmit video and audio over the Integrated Service Digital Network (ISDN). For transmitting data over the ISDN network, an ISDN TA (or ISDN modem) is required for setting up the connection. DT-103D have a built-in ISDN TA so that you just need to use a 4-wire telephone line to connect DT-103D to the ISDN network directly. The built-in ISDN TA support 1B+D channels which is capable of transmitting data at a rate of 64kbps. The line interface for the built-in ISDN TA is S/T interface, and the default B-channel protocol is V.120. What you need: - DT-103D transmitter - 4-wire telephone wire - Power adapter Procedures: 1. Connect the RJ-45 side of the 4-wire telephone cable to DT-103D. 2. Connect RJ-11 side of the 4-wire telephone cable to telephone socket from the telephone company. 3. Power on DT-103D by insert the power jack.
15 TeleEye Dialup CCTV Installation Guide Page 12 Plug in the power adapter jack with 12VDC supply Plug the 4-wire RJ45 jack to the DT-103D ISDN socket ISDN Socket Plug the 4-wire RJ-11jack to the wall ISDN socket, S/T interface 4. After power up, the blue PWR LED will blink 6 times and then remains on indicates system boot up. PWR LED blinks 6 times and then remains on. Now the DT-103D is ready for dialing in 5. Now the DT-103D is ready for dialing. See section G for access the TeleEye Dialup CCTV from PC for video monitoring.
16 TeleEye Dialup CCTV Installation Guide Page 13 D. Audio Connection of TeleEye Dialup CCTV DT-103P and DT-103P support built-in audio functions. You can use the transmitter for remote audio monitoring or for public addressing purpose. The audio part includes 1 line in connector, 1 line out connector and 1 microphone in connector. The orientation of these connectors is shown in the following diagram. Microphone input Line input from audio source Line output to amplifier/speaker For remote audio monitoring, you should use either the microphone input or the line input as the audio source. The signal assignments for the connectors are show below. Microphone connector signal assignment Mic. signal GND Aux in (RCA) signal assignment Audio signal input (line level) GND For public addressing, you should use the Aux out RCA connector to connect the audio output to a amplifier or a speaker with amplifier. The signal pin assignments are shown in the following diagram. Please read section 9 Audio Control of user manual of TeleEye III+ WRS3-AD for audio monitoring and public addressing. Audio signal output (line level) GND Amplifier or speaker with amplifier
17 TeleEye Dialup CCTV Installation Guide Page 14 E. Aux Port Connection of TeleEye Dialup CCTV All models of DT series have an aux port attached with it. The aux port contains one RS485 interface, four alarm inputs and one pair of switch output. The pin assignment of the aux port is show below. The aux port of TeleEye Dialup CCTV is a 10 pin terminal block Pin no. from Definition Remark left to right 1 RS485- RS485 interface negative terminal 2 RS485+ RS485 interface positive terminal 3 NC Not Connected 4 Alarm 1 Alarm 1 input 5 Alarm 2 Alarm 2 input 6 C Common for all alarm inputs 7 Alarm 3 Alarm 3 input 8 Alarm 4 Alarm 4 input 9 SW_A Switch output terminal 10 SW_B Switch output terminal Before setup the required aux port, you need to prepare copper wires. In order to insert the copper wires firmly into TeleEye Dialup CCTV, the end of copper wire should be cut according to following specifications: Copper wire end inserted into DT aux port DT aux port 6mm 6mm
18 TeleEye Dialup CCTV Installation Guide Page 15 E1. Connecting for telemetry control Connect the RS485+/RS485- terminal of TeleEye Dialup CCTV to the RS485+/RS485- terminal of the speed dome respectively. Category 5 STP or UTP cable is one of the choices for the RS485 cables. TeleEye Dialup CCTV RS485 port E2. Connecting for alarm sensor input TeleEye Dialup CCTV supports 4 alarms, or 3 alarms with 1 arm/disarm input. You can directly connect the alarm sensors to the alarm port as illustrated in the following diagram. Alarm 1 Alarm 2 Alarm 3 Alarm 4 Common Sensor 1 Sensor 2 Sensor 3 Sensor 4 TeleEye Dialup CCTV Alarm port E3. Connecting for switch control The switch output of TeleEye Dialup CCTV can be used to control on/off of some electrical device. However, the maximum rating for the switch output is 24VAC, 1A only. If you want to use the switch to control device with large ratings, you can use the cascade configuration. An example configuration is shown below. 220Vac 24Vac Fluorescent Lamp 24Vac Relay
19 TeleEye Dialup CCTV Installation Guide Page 16 F. Configuration of TeleEye Dialup CCTV Before access the TeleEye Dialup CCTV, you need to do the configurations include video mode and registration checking settings. Follow the steps below: 1. Open the transmitter configure software by click [Start]->[TeleEye III+]- >[Transmitter configuration]. The transmitter configuration software should have version 1.1M or higher. 2. Select the device driver, which is the driver for the modem being connected to your PC for connecting to TeleEye Dialup CCTV. 3. Enter the phone number and key in the administration password of the TeleEye Dialup CCTV you want to configure. 4. Click connect to read the current status of the TeleEye Dialup CCTV. 5. Select [Enable] if you want to enable the registration checking for enhanced security level of accessing TeleEye Dialup CCTV. 6. Select [Speed] for speed mode of video performance and [Quality] for quality mode of video performance. 7. Click [Save and Exit] button to save your setting in TeleEye Dialup CCTV. The TeleEye Dialup CCTV will reset and the settings will take effect immediately.
20 TeleEye Dialup CCTV Installation Guide Page 17 G. Remote monitoring with TeleEye Dialup CCTV After installing TeleEye Dialup CCTV and connect the cameras to the video inputs, you can start remote monitoring by using TeleEye III+ WRS3-AD Reception Software, the steps are listed below: 1. Install TeleEye III+ WRS3-AD software in your computer. 2. Click [Start]->[TeleEye III+]->[TeleEye III+ WRS3-AD] to start the program. 3. Click [Connections]->[Connect] from the main menu to pop up the connect dialog. 4. Enter the Location, Phone number for the TeleEye Dialup CCTV, select the modem driver for the modem attached with your PC, and enter the password. Default password for all TeleEye Dialup CCTV is Click [Connect] button to make connection. 6. Connection will be established within few seconds, and you will see the videos on the screen. You can access the video by change the quality, brightness, etc. Please read section 3 Making Connection of user manual of TeleEye III+ WRS3-AD for detail.
21 TeleEye Dialup CCTV Installation Guide Page What is incoming data service and what is mobile data service? A Q & A Ans. : In this installation guide, the incoming data service and mobile data service are exactly the same, they both mean a dedicated data number for your SIM card for transmitting data on the GSM network. GPRS is another service for transmitting data on GSM network, but it doesn t need a dedicated number. So please specify to your service provider that you are not applying GPRS, but mobile data service. 2. How can I check my SIM card support incoming data service? Ans. : You can take a mobile phone, and then enable the divert data call function. If the divert function failed, then your SIM does not support incoming data service. Also you can check the correctness of the data number by using another phone to dial to the data number, then you will hear the ring tone from the divert destination phone. 3. How can I check the signal strength of DT-103G? Ans. : After DT-103G power up for about 10 seconds, you can read the signal strength from the status LEDs L1, L2 and L3. Also, the PWR LED will blink if the signal strength is below satisfactory, and it will remain on if the signal strength is satisfactory or above. 4. Does DT-103G support High Speed Circuit Switch Data (HSCSD) service? Ans. : DT-103G support HSCSD with maximum upload and download speed of 28.8kbps. 5. Does DT-103G support GPRS? Ans. : No. 6. What protocol does the built-in modem support in DT-103P? Ans. : DT-103P support ITU-T V.90 protocol. 7. What is the line interface of the built-in TA in DT-103D? Ans. : The line interface of DT-103D is S/T interface. APPENDIX Q & A
22 TeleEye Dialup CCTV Installation Guide Page Can I use a U-interface ISDN TA to login to DT-103D? Ans. : Yes, you can connect to DT-103D with a U-interface ISDN TA on PC side as long as the B channel protocols are the same. 9. What B channel protocol(s) DT-103D use? Ans. : DT-103D support V.120 B channel protocol with maximum speed of 64kbps. 10. What should I do if TeleEye Dialup CCTV do not answer call? Ans. : For DT-103P and DT-103D, you should - Check the phone number correctness by using a telephone set - Check the telephone line connection, the RJ-45 and RJ-11 jack should plug into the socket completely - Check the modem driver, use the most updated modem driver for better compatibility For DT-103G, you should - Check whether your SIM being lock or not - Check your SIM have incoming data service enabled or not as mentioned in question 2. - Check the signal strength by using a mobile phone or by notice the LED status 11. What should I do if there is no video transmitted after connected? Ans. : You should check driver settings of the modem on the PC side. The modem should be set with 8 data bits, 1 stop bits, none parity checking with hardware flow control enabled. If the problem still exist, you can set the baud rate to a lower value for more reliable transmission. 12. What is the effect of change the connection speed of transmitter by using TeleEye III+ WRS3-AD Reception Software? Ans. : Change the connection speed of the transmitter will change the baud rate between the transmitter and it s built-in modem which will affect the transmission speed. Also, for DT-103G, set the connection speed to 9600bps or lower will disable the HSCSD setting of the built-in GSM modem, while set the connection speed to 38400bps will enable HSCSD 2+2 setting of the built-in GSM modem, with uplink and downlink speed of 28.8kbps respectively. Q & A
23 TeleEye Dialup CCTV Installation Guide Page 20 B PHONE JACK PIN ASSIGNMENTS A. DT-103P (PSTN version) APPENDIX Pin Number Name 1 Not connected 2 Not connected 3 Not connected 4 Ring 5 Tip 6 Not connected 7 Not connected 8 Not connected B. DT-103D (ISDN version) Pin Number Name 1 Not connected 2 Not connected 3 RCV + 4 XMT + 5 XMT - 6 RCV - 7 Not connected 8 Not connected PHONE JACK PIN ASSIGNMENTS
24 TeleEye Dialup CCTV Installation Guide Page 21 APPENDIX C DT-103G LED STATUS There are four Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) for showing status of DT-103G. The PWR LED is in blue color, while the other three LEDs L1, L2, and L3 are in green/yellow/red color. The following table showing the status of the LEDs from power up to normal operation. PWR L1 L2 L3 Description System power up Off Off Off Off Power off Blue blink Green scan Green scan Green scan Power on, connecting to network Intensity of Field strength Note: Intensity of Field strength are visible during the start-up for approximately 10 seconds before the terminal shifts to normal operation mode. Intensity of Field strength (IoF) function: Blue Red blink Off Off < 105 dbm UNACCEPTABLE Blue Green blink Off Off dbm UNACCEPTABLE Blue Green Off Off dbm WEAK Blue Green Green blink Off dbm WEAK Blue Green Green Off dbm MODERATE Blue Green Green Green blink dbm MODERATE Blue Green Green Green > -80 dbm GOOD Intensity of Field strength in normal operation Blue blink Off Off Ignored UNACCEPTABLE Blue Off Off Ignored ACCEPTABLE Normal operation Blue Off Off Green In service, system standby Blue Off Off Green blink Incoming call Blue blink Off Off Green Answering call once Blue Off Off Green/Red Message received / Voice mail in box blink Blue Off Off Red blink Message arriving and memory is full Special operation Blue Green/Red Green/Red Green/Red Insert SIM card blink blink blink Blue Red blink Red blink Red blink SIM failure, contact mobile service provider Blue Yellow Yellow Yellow Initializing DT-103G LED STATUS
25 TeleEye Dialup CCTV Installation Guide Page 22 Standard D Specifications Model DT-103P DT-103D DT-103G Video Input (P): PAL/CCIR, 625 lines, 50 fields per second (N): NTSC/EIA, 525 lines, 60 fields per second Composite video, 1Vp-p, BNC Channel 4 channels, BNC Resolution Quality Mode: 640x480, 320x240, 160x120 Speed Mode: 512x384, 256x192, 128x96 Connection Network PSTN ISDN GSM 900/1800 Standard Line Type: 2-wire dial-up Network: Standard BRI Modulation Mode: ITU-T S/T interface CSD: Up to 14.4kbps HSCSD: Multi-slot class 6 V.90/V.92 (33.6kbps) Compression: V.44, V.42bis, MNP5 Error Control: V.42 Signaling: Euro-ISDN D- Channel Signaling protocol (CTR3) Rate Adaptation: V.110 (2+2, 2+1), up to 28.8kbps Compression: V.42bis, MNP5 Error Control: V.42, MNP3/4 SMS, USSD (MO, MT) LAPM, MNP2-4 ( 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600 and bps), V.120 (64kbps) AUX Port RS-485, 2-way terminal, asynchronous, simplex, 5-8 data bits, 1-2 stop bits, no/odd/even parity, kbps Event Handling Event Type External alarm, video loss Action Dial back, relay ON/OFF External Input 4 alarm inputs or 3 alarm inputs + 1 arm/disarm, NC/NO Relay Switch Channel 1 channel, latched/momentary Max. Rating 24V AC, 1000mA Audio Input 1 channel, RCA, line level input impedance: 30 kohm, frequency: kHz N/A Output 1 channel, RCA, line level output impedance: 600 ohm, frequency: kHz APPENDIX Power Voltage 12V, DC Max. Rating 1A Operating Environment Ambient Temperature 5 o C - 50 o C Relative Humidity < 85% (no condensation) Mechanical Design Dimension 120mm x 109mm x 42mm Weight 420g 450g N/A SPECIFICATIONS