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Nextiva S5000 IP Cameras v1.

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User Guide

December 2010

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Contents
Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . iv
Read Before Use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .iv

Preface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . v
Audience . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . v
Contacting Verint . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . v
Contacting Service and Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .vi
Related Documentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . vii

Summary of Changes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . viii
Revision 3 - Deceomber 2010 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . viii
Revision 2- September 2010 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . viii
Revision 1- May 2010 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ix
Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ix

Chapter 1: Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Nextiva S5000 Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Hardware Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Nextiva S5000BX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Nextiva S5000FD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Nextiva S5000FDW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Connecting the Camera Digital Input/Digital Output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Resetting and Restoring Factory Defaults . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
SD/SDHC Card Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Understanding the LED Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Frame Rate and Performance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Nextiva S5003 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Nextiva S5020 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8

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. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Installing the Nextiva S5000FD Models . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1x Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Installing the Nextiva S5000BX Models . 60 Customizing the Nextiva S5000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65 Assigning Access Rights for the Nextiva S5000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Configuring Image Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 Configuring the IP Camera in Nextiva Event Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Connecting the Nextiva S5000FDW Models . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 Adjusting the Advanced Properties . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Installing the Nextiva S5000 IP Cameras . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Connecting the Nextiva S5000BX Models . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Contents Chapter 2: Installing the Nextiva S5000 IP Cameras . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Installing the Nextiva S5000FDW Models . . .verint. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 Discovering the S5000 through Nextiva Control Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65 Frame Rate and Performance with Nextiva VMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Enabling IEEE 802. . . . . . . . . . . . 67 ii www. . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Chapter 3: Configuring the Nextiva S5000 IP Cameras . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Package Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 Updating the Firmware . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Accessing the Nextiva S5000 IP Camera Home Page . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61 Adjusting the Image Quality . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 Assigning the IP Camera to a Recording Profile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Configuring Access Rights . . . . . . . . . . 25 Adjusting the Nextiva S5000 Field of View and Focus . . . 26 Completing the Installation . . . . . . . . . . 31 Setting the IP Address . . . . . . . . . . .com/video_solutions . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 Chapter 4: Configuring the Nextiva S5000 with Nextiva VMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 Managing the SD/SDHC Memory Card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58 Defining the Video Profile . . . . . . 50 Obtaining a Digital Certificate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61 Adjusting the Video Setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Setting the Video Standard . . . . . . . 14 Connecting the Nextiva S5000FD Models . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Configuring Sensor Settings . . 50 Selecting an Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP) Method . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 Adding the Nextiva S5000 to Nextiva VMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 Configuring the Nextiva S5020 Video Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75 Creating a Secure Connection Using the Custom Port Values . . . . . . . . . . . 72 Creating a Secure Connection between the EdgeVR and the Nextiva S5000 Camera 74 Creating a Secure Connection Using the Default Port Values . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80 Nextiva S5000FD Technical Specification . . . . . 108 Verint Video Intelligence Solutions iii . . . . . . . . . . . 71 Using the Nextiva S5000 with the Nextiva EdgeVR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92 Installing Mounting Accessories with the Nextiva S5000FD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89 Installing the Nextiva S5000BX in an Outdoor Enclosure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103 Index . . 82 Nextiva S5000FDW Technical Specification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76 Configuring Motion Detection . 88 Accessories for the S5000BX and S5000FDW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84 Appendix B: Installing Mounting Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Contents Chapter 5: Configuring the Nextiva S5000 with the Nextiva EdgeVR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 Appendix A: Technical Specifications . . . . 88 Accessories for the S5000FD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95 Installing Mounting Accessories with the Nextiva S5000FDW . . . . . 79 Nextiva S5000BX Technical Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87 Available Mounting Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

It is the user’s responsibility to ensure that the operation of such devices is legal before installing this unit for its intended use.com/video_solutions . Installation of this equipment by untrained or unqualified personnel may violate the product warranty and may be illegal in some jurisdictions. The Network Camera is not only a high-performance web-ready camera but can also be part of a flexible surveillance system.  Do not insert sharp or tiny objects into the Nextiva S5000 IP cameras. Read Before Use The use of surveillance devices may be prohibited by law in your country.  The operating temperature for the Nextiva S5000BX and Nextiva S5000FD models: 32°F to 122°F (0°C to 50°C). Carefully read and follow the instructions in the Installation chapter to avoid damage due to faulty assembly and installation. This also ensures the product is used properly as intended.  Do not disassemble the Nextiva S5000 IP cameras.  Keep the Nextiva S5000BX and FD models away from water. non-condensing. iv www.  Turn off the Nextiva S5000 IP cameras as soon as smoke or unusual odors are detected. with maximum humidity at 90% relative.  Do not place the Nextiva S5000BX and FD models in a high humidity environment. If they become wet.  The operating temperature for the Nextiva S5000FDW models: -4°F to 122°F (-20°C to 50°C). turn off immediately.  Keep the Nextiva S5000 IP cameras away from direct sunlight.Safety Always observe the following precautions to reduce the risk of injury and equipment damage:  Do not touch the Nextiva S5000 IP cameras during a lighting storm.verint. These devices are only meant to be installed by licensed technical experts in the area of surveillance and network installation.  Only use the recommended power cable for powering the Nextiva S5000 IP cameras.  Do not place the Nextiva S5000 IP cameras near a heat source.  Do not drop the Nextiva S5000 IP cameras. It is important to first verify that all contents received are complete according to the Package Contents.

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3 User Guide Download the documentation and SConfigurator at www.Preface Related Documentation  Nextiva S5000BX Quick Installation Guide  Nextiva S5000FD Quick Installation Guide  Nextiva S5000FDW Quick Installation Guide  Sconfigurator User Guide  Nextiva VMS 6.verint. to our documentation feedback team at documentationfeedback@verint.com/manuals. or any other Nextiva user documentation. Send your questions or comments on the current document.verint. Verint Video Intelligence Solutions vii .com.1 Administration Guide  Vid-Center 4. Download the latest firmware from the extranet: https://ve5.com.

the EPA is cancelling the Energy Star program for external power supplies (EPS).Deceomber 2010  The U.  Appendix B describes the available mounting accessories and how to install them. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced that as a result of major success in moving the external power adapter market towards greater and more sustainable energy efficiency. effective December 31.verint. To conform to the EPA requirements. 2010. Revision 2.September 2010 The following is a list of changes to this document: viii  Added a new section on configuring the video mode from Nextiva VMS.Deceomber 2010 Summary of Changes This section lists technical updates and new material added to the Nextiva S5000 IP Camera User Guide.S.Revision 3 . www. Revision 3 . Verint is now stating the efficiency level for all EPS.com/video_solutions .

Features Nextiva S5000 IP Cameras NEXTIVA S5003BX H.May 2010 This is the first edition of the Nextiva S5000 IP Camera User Guide. MJPEG.Summary of Changes Revision 1. The Nextiva S5000 IP cameras are compatible with Nextiva Video Management software and the Nextiva EdgeVR network video recorder.264. and/or MPEG-4      day/ night         Weather proof Dome Dome   Verint Video Intelligence Solutions ix .264  VGA  2 MP NEXTIVA S5020BX  NEXTIVA S5003FD  NEXTIVA S5020FD    3-axis gimbal NEXTIVA S5003FDW  NEXTIVA S5020FDW         PoE       12V DC       24V AC     Dualstream H.

. . . . . . . . . The following topics are discussed: Nextiva S5000 Overview . . . . . wherever discreet or covert video surveillance is needed. . . . . . . . .2 Understanding the LED Indicators. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Together with multiple streams which transmit individually configured video feeds simultaneously for viewing on different platforms. . . . . . . . . . Nextiva® S5000 IP cameras incorporate advanced H. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Hardware Overview . . . .264 compression technology to deliver crystal clear images. . . . . . . . the Nextiva S5000 are able to meet a diverse set of needs and bandwidth constraints. . . . . . . . . ultra-efficient bandwidth management. . . . .7 Frame Rate and Performance . . . . . . . . and excellent performance in both indoor and outdoor environments. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Chapter Overview The Nextiva S5000 IP cameras are professional series IP cameras featuring superb image quality and exceptional bandwidth efficiency. . . . .

Additionally. secure. Cameras can be configured using a Verint Web browser interface or Nextiva Control Center. included with this camera. and suitable for virtually any application or environment. If you choose to purchase a lens elsewhere. cost-effective.1X tamper trapping. and secure deployment. and support for 12V DC or 24V AC enables these cameras to be readily retrofitted into existing systems to facilitate migration to IP. Available Power over Ethernet reduces wiring and installation costs. ensure it has the following characteristics:  Aspherical  CS mount. and cost-effective installation. They provide excellent video quality in both day and night conditions. Dual streaming and supported video compressions from H. for greater situational awareness and more effective video surveillance. but Verint offers multiple lenses that are available for purchase. and 802. scalable.Chapter 1 Overview Nextiva S5000 Overview These professional IP cameras feature resolutions from VGA to high-definition 2. Hardware Overview The Nextiva S5000 IP cameras are available in three form factors:  Nextiva S5000BX (S5003BX-DN and S5020BX-DN)  Nextiva S5000FD (S5003FD and S5020FD-DN)  Nextiva S5000FDW (S5003FDW-DN and S5020FDW-DN) Nextiva S5000BX The Nextiva S5000BX day/night IP cameras are designed for easy. features such as full-time analog BNC out for installation and setup. All these features make the Nextiva S5000BX day/night IP cameras flexible.0 megapixel to accommodate a wide range of video surveillance requirements. or other events. and support for CS-mount manual or auto-iris lenses. 802. a centralized management portal.264 to MJPEG and MPEG-4 help optimize use of valuable bandwidth and storage.1X tamper trapping promote more flexible. The Nextiva S5000BX day/night cameras also features analog out for a quick installation and setup. time of day. 1/3 inch format  Manual or DC auto iris  Day/Night support  Megapixel rated for Nextiva S5020BX-DN Verint Video Intelligence Solutions 2 . Settings such as compression and frame rate can be defined to change automatically based on alarms. motion. with an IR cut filter that is automatically removed for optimum image clarity in low-light environments or where secondary infrared illumination is used.

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Nextiva S5000FD
The Nextiva S5000FD models are ideal for indoor applications in which discreet and attractive
surface-mounted cameras are needed. An elegant 3-axis gimbal and a wide varifocal lens
facilitate setup at any mounting angle, and an optional recess ceiling adapter to further reduce
obtrusiveness. Available Power over Ethernet reduces wiring and installation costs, and support
for 12V DC enables these cameras to be readily retrofitted into existing systems to facilitate
migration to IP. Additionally, features such as analog out for a quick installation and setup, and
802.1X tamper trapping promote more flexible, cost-effective, and secure deployment.
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Connector

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Nextiva S5000FDW
The Nextiva S5000FDW IP dome outdoor vandal resistant cameras feature resolutions from VGA
to high-definition 2.0 megapixel to accommodate a wide range of video surveillance requirements.
Dual streaming and supported video compressions from H.264 to MJPEG and MPEG-4 help
optimize use of valuable bandwidth and storage. Additionally, features such as analog out BNC
for a quick installation and setup, compression and frame rate settings can be defined to change
automatically based on alarms, motion, time of day, or other events, for greater situational
awareness and more effective video surveillance.
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max. 400mA, isolation 2kV
12VDC ± 10% Output,
max. 0.5A

smoke detectors and alarm systems. Resetting the system can return the camera to normal operation. All settings will be restored to factory default. SD/SDHC Card Support The Nextiva S5000 IP cameras accepts SD/SDHC storage cards up to 8GB. If the system problems remain after reset. Wait for the Network Camera to reboot. Verint Video Intelligence Solutions 6 . Resetting and Restoring Factory Defaults The reset button is used to reset the system or restore the factory default settings.  Restore Press and hold the recessed reset button until the status LED flashes rapidly.Chapter 1 Overview Connecting the Camera Digital Input/Digital Output The Nextiva S5000 IP cameras supports digital input and output for connecting the camera to external devices such as motion and sound detectors. Refer to the following illustration for the connection method. restore the factory settings and install again.  Reset Press and release the recessed reset button with a paper clip or thin object.

Nextiva S5000BX and S5000FD Flashing green (3 sec.com/video_solutions The firmware has started and the device is connected to the network. intervals) The firmware has started. but no video data is transmitted. Nextiva S5000BX and S5000FD Flashing green (1 sec. S5000FD and S5000FDW Steady red The IP camera is powering up. intervals) www. intervals) Nextiva S5000FDW Flashing red (0. The device is undergoing a firmware update or is in backup . intervals) Nextiva S5000FDW Flashing red (3 sec.25 sec.verint. The firmware has started.Understanding the LED Indicators Understanding the LED Indicators The Nextiva S5000BX and S5000FD models have a dual-colored (red-green) LEDs to indicate the current status of the IP camera. intervals) Nextiva S5000FDW Flashing red (1 sec. intervals) Nextiva S5000BX and S5000FD Flashing green/ red/ green/ red (0.25 sec. The Nextiva S5000FDW models have a single LEDs. intervals) Nextiva S5000BX and S5000FD Flashing green (0. Nextiva S5000 IP Camera 7 LED status Description Nextiva S5000BX. but the device is not connected to the network.2 sec.2 sec. the device is connected to the network and video data is transmitted. intervals) Nextiva S5000FDW Flashing red (0.

2000 kbps SVGA (800 x 600).5) FPS. 15(12. 15(12. 2000 kbps VGA. the performance for displaying video on monitors varies depending on the tile layout. video decoding at up to 1600x1200 screen resolution. 5000 kbps Inactive 2 MP (1600 x 1200).Combination with lower frame rates and/or resolutions are supported. 30(25) FPS. 10 FPS. Encoder 1 or 2a Encoder 2 or 1a VGA. The numbers are not represented. 30(25) FPS. 5000 kbps Inactive 720P (1280 x 720). Nextiva S5003 The following settings can be supported simultaneously on the two encoders when streaming in H264 format. The numbers are not represented. screen resolution. 2000 kbps 1. 15(12. 10 FPS. 30 FPS. 2000 kbps VGA.Chapter 1 Overview Frame Rate and Performance The Nextiva S5000 IP cameras support H. 30 FPS.5) FPS. 2000 kbps SVGA (800 x 600). Note that the S5000 series can also stream in MJPEG or MPEG4 format. 30(25) FPS. Do not assume any improvements if those codec are used since the S5000 cameras are optimized to stream H264 as well as MJPEG or MPEG4. compression mode. and bitrate. 2000 kbps a.3 MP (1280 x 960). MJPEG and MPEG-4. 2000kbps VGA. 2000 kbps VGA. 30(25) FPS. 30(25) FPS. Encoder 1 or 2a Encoder 2 or 1a 2 MP (1600 x 1200).264.5) FPS.5) FPS. 2000 kbps VGA. In general. 30 FPS. 2000 kbps VGA. 2000 kbps 720P (1280 x 720). Nextiva S5020 The following settings can be supported simultaneously on the two encoders when streaming in H264 format. 5 FPS. Do not assume any improvements if those codec are used since the S5000 cameras are optimized to stream H264 as well as MJPEG or MPEG4. 15(12. 2000kbps Inactive VGA.Combination with lower frame rates and/or resolutions are supported. Verint Video Intelligence Solutions 8 . 2000kbps a. Note that the S5000 series can also stream in MJPEG or MPEG4 format.

. . . . . . the Nextiva S5000 IP cameras are able to provide a wide field of view with exceptional detail. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25 Adjusting the Nextiva S5000 Field of View and Focus . . . . .26 Completing the Installation . . . . . . . . . . .11 Setting the Video Standard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 Installing the Nextiva S5000 IP Cameras . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Chapter Installing the Nextiva S5000 IP Cameras Featuring either a VGA or 2-megapixel sensor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . The Nextiva S5000 IP cameras are available in three models:  Nextiva S5000BX (S5003BX-DN and S5020BX-DN)  Nextiva S5000FD (S5003FD and S5020FD-DN)  Nextiva S5000FDW (S5003FDW-DN and S5020FDW-DN) The following topics are discussed: Package Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

5mm to BNC analog video cable  Quick Installation Guide Nextiva S5000FD:  One Nextiva S5000FD IP camera (S5003FD or S5020FD-DN)  One alignment sticker for ceiling or wall mount installation  One 3.Chapter 2 Installing the Nextiva S5000 IP Cameras Package Contents Nextiva S5000BX:  One Nextiva S5000BX IP camera (S5003BX-DN or S5020BX-DN)  One allen key for SD Card installation and back focus adjustment  One 3.5mm to BNC analog video cable  One Quick Installation Guide  One screwdriver for removing or installing the dome cover  Two Philips PH drive mounting screws for ceiling or wall mount installation  Two plastic anchors for ceiling or wall mount installation Nextiva S5000FDW:  One Nextiva S5000FDW IP camera (S5003FDW-DN and S5020FDW-DN)  One alignment sticker for ceiling or wall mount installation  One allen key for removing or installing the dome cover  One Quick Installation Guide  Seven Philips PH drive mounting screws for installing the bottom base to the ceiling or wall  Four plastic anchors for ceiling or wall mount installation  5-pin connector plug  4-pin connector plug  RJ45 female to female adapter Verint Video Intelligence Solutions 10 .

verint. Mount the lens by turning it clockwise onto the camera mount until it stops.com/video_solutions . look for a shooting area that best suits your needs. 2. TIP: Before installing the camera. www. Installing the Nextiva S5000BX Models This section explains how to install the Nextiva S5000BX models.Installing the Nextiva S5000 IP Cameras Installing the Nextiva S5000 IP Cameras This section explains how to install the Nextiva S5000 IP Cameras. 11  To mount the lens on to the Nextiva S5000BX models: 1. An outdoor enclosure is also available for the Nextiva S5000BX models. Connect the lens cable plug to the camera DC-Iris Control connector. see “Installing the Nextiva S5000BX in an Outdoor Enclosure” on page 92.

If you use a POE injector.Chapter 2 Installing the Nextiva S5000 IP Cameras Connecting the Nextiva S5000BX Models The Nextiva S5000BX models can use a 12V DC or 24V AC for power and are Power-overEthernet (PoE)-compliant. refer to the PoE kit documentation for more information. The optional PoE kit sold by Verint contains two items: an injector and a power cord. make sure the DATA port of the injector is properly connected to the ethernet switch. Plug the other end of the cable into a POE ethernet switch or to the PWR LAN-OUT port of a POE injector. 2.  To power the Nextiva S5000BX models using a 802. Plug a straight-through ethernet cable into the RJ-45 connector on the back of the IP camera. allowing transmission of power and data via a single Ethernet cable.3af compliant PoE kit: 1. The connection procedure may vary if you use another PoE kit. Verint Video Intelligence Solutions 12 .

verint. www. 2. Connect the wires from the power supply cable to the 24V AC connector. Plug the power supply cable to the power outlet. Connect the power supply cable to the camera.com/video_solutions . 2.Installing the Nextiva S5000 IP Cameras 13  To power the Nextiva S5000BX models using a 12V DC power supply: 1. Plug the power supply cable to the power outlet.  To power the Nextiva S5000BX models using a 24V AC power supply: 1.

Drill two pilot holes through the two circles on the sticker into the surface. Attach the supplied alignment sticker to the surface. Remove the dome cover from the Nextiva S5000FD IP camera using the supplied screwdriver. keep a minimum distance of 7 inches (18 cm) from the wall or ceiling to allow attachment of the cover. 2. Multiple mounting accessories are available for the Nextiva S5000FD models. 7 inches (18 7 inches (18 Ceiling Mount Wall Mount NOTE: When placing the alignment sticker to the surface.Chapter 2 Installing the Nextiva S5000 IP Cameras  To connect the Nextiva S5000BX models to the network: 1.  To install the Nextiva S5000FD models on a surface: 1. see “Installing Mounting Accessories with the Nextiva S5000FD” on page 95. Verint Video Intelligence Solutions 14 . Plug an ethernet cable into the RJ-45 connector on the back of the IP camera. For a list of available accessories and installation procedures. Installing the Nextiva S5000FD Models This section explains how to install the Nextiva S5000FD models. 3.

Insert the supplied two screws through the two holes on each side of the camera base. Wall Mount Ceiling Mount 8. 15 Secure the camera to the surface with a screwdriver.verint. Ceiling Mount Wall Mount 5. Drill a large hole through the middle of the sticker to pass the network and power cables. www. 7. 6. Align the two holes on each side of the camera base with the two plastic anchors on the surface. Hammer the supplied plastic anchors into the holes.Installing the Nextiva S5000 IP Cameras 4.com/video_solutions .

Verint Video Intelligence Solutions 16 .Chapter 2 Installing the Nextiva S5000 IP Cameras Connecting the Nextiva S5000FD Models The Nextiva S5000FD models use 12V DC for power and are Power-over-Ethernet (PoE)compliant. The connection procedure may vary if you use another PoE kit. ensure that the wiring does not get pinched when rotating the gimble. the maximum length of the second cable is 246 feet (75 m).3af compliant PoE kit: NOTE: The combined length of the two Ethernet cables cannot exceed 328 feet (100 metres).  To power the Nextiva S5000FD models using a a 802. The optional PoE kit sold by Verint contains two items: an injector and a power cord. refer to the PoE kit documentation for more information. Plug a straight-through ethernet cable into the RJ-45 connector on the side of the IP camera. if you used an 82 foot (25 m) cable in step1. 1. CAUTION: When assembling the Nextiva S5000FD models. For example. allowing transmission of power and data via a single Ethernet cable.

2. Plug the power supply cable to the power outlet. Connect the power supply cable to the camera.verint. make sure the DATA port of the injector is properly connected to the ethernet switch. If you use a POE injector. www.com/video_solutions . Plug the other end of the cable into a POE ethernet switch or to the PWR LAN-OUT port of a POE injector.Installing the Nextiva S5000 IP Cameras 17 2.  To power the Nextiva S5000FD models using a 12V DC power supply: 1.

Remove dome cover from the Nextiva S5000FDW IP camera using the supplied allen key to loosen the three screws. Plug an ethernet cable into the RJ-45 connector on the side of the IP camera. 4.  To install the Nextiva S5000FDW models on a surface with the bottom base: 1. Verint Video Intelligence Solutions 18 . For a list of available accessories and installation procedures. Hammer the supplied plastic anchors into the holes.Chapter 2 Installing the Nextiva S5000 IP Cameras  To connect the Nextiva S5000FD models to the network: 1. Multiple mounting accessories are available for the Nextiva S5000FDW models. Drill four pilot holes (two on each side) through four circles on the sticker into the surface. Attach the supplied alignment sticker to the surface. Installing the Nextiva S5000FDW Models This section explains how to install the Nextiva S5000FDW models. 2. see “Installing Mounting Accessories with the Nextiva S5000FDW” on page 103. 3.

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Align the four holes on each side of the bottom base with the four plastic anchors on the
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Secure the camera base to the bottom base with the three supplied screws.

Wall Mount
Ceiling Mount

To install the Nextiva S5000FDW models on the ceiling without a bottom base:

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Remove dome cover from the Nextiva S5000FDW IP camera using the supplied allen key to
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Drill three pilot holes through the three circles on the sticker into the ceiling.

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Hammer the supplied plastic anchors into the holes.

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the maximum length of the second cable is 246 feet (75 m). CAUTION: Never use a PoE power connection and a 12V DC power connection at the same time. 3. If you use a POE injector. The optional PoE kit sold by Verint contains two items: an injector and a power cord. 1. Power the device by plugging the power cord between the injector and the outlet. ensure that the cable is connected into the DATA port of the PoE injector. Connect another Ethernet cable (straight-through or crossover) into the J2 DATA port of the injector.Chapter 2 Installing the Nextiva S5000 IP Cameras Connecting the Nextiva S5000FDW Models The Nextiva S5000FDW models use 12V DC or 24V AC for power and are Power-over-Ethernet (PoE)-compliant. 2. For example. and not in the PWR LAN-OUT port.  To power the Nextiva S5000FDW models using a a 802. make sure the DATA port of the injector is properly connected to the ethernet switch. refer to the PoE kit documentation for more information. 4. use a straight-through cable to connect the IP camera to a hub or a switch for integration with the network. Plug the other end of the cable into a POE ethernet switch or to the PWR LAN-OUT port of a POE injector. The crossover cable directly connects the IP camera to a computer.3af compliant PoE kit: NOTE: The combined length of the two Ethernet cables cannot exceed 328 feet (100 metres). Connect the other end of the second cable into an Ethernet equipment. if you used an 82 foot (25 m) cable in step1. allowing transmission of power and data via a single Ethernet cable. The connection procedure may vary if you use another PoE kit. CAUTION: To avoid damaging your Ethernet equipment. Verint Video Intelligence Solutions 22 . This may damage the device.

Connect the power supply cable to the camera.verint. Plug the power supply cable to the power outlet.Installing the Nextiva S5000 IP Cameras 23  To power the Nextiva S5000FDW models using a 12V DC power supply: 1.  To power the Nextiva S5000FDW models using a 24V AC power supply: 1.com/video_solutions . Plug the power supply cable to the power outlet. 2. 2. Connect the wires from the power supply cable to the 24V AC. www.

Verint Video Intelligence Solutions 24 . Connect an ethernet cable with the RJ-45 connector on the harness of the IP camera using the RJ45 female to female adapter.Chapter 2 Installing the Nextiva S5000 IP Cameras  To connect the Nextiva S5000FDW models to the network: 1.

and other Pacific island countries.com/video_solutions Nextiva S5000FDW . much of Western Europe. several South American countries. and some Asian countries.  Phase Alternation by Line (PAL) is the standard in the United Kingdom.  To set the video standard:  Move the DIP switch on the camera to NTSC or PAL. a number of South American countries. The two video standards settings are:  National Television Standards Committee (NTSC) is the standard that is used in most of the Americas. some Middle East and Asian countries. Australia. PAL uses the format of 625 picture lines and a 50Hz lighting frequency.verint.Setting the Video Standard Setting the Video Standard The Nextiva S5000 IP cameras can run in one of two video standards (NTSC or PAL) and you can use different standards when deploying the devices across multiple sites. including Japan. several African countries. NTSC uses the format of 525 picture lines and a 60Hz lighting frequency. Nextiva S5000BX and S5000FD Models 25 www. New Zealand.

You can rotate the lens module 350º.5mm) jack from the Video to BNC cable to the A/V out connector. loosen the pan adjustment screw and then turn the lens module left or right. Connect the BNC connector to a CCTV test monitor. Pan Adjustment Screw Nextiva S5000FD Model Nextiva S5000FDW Model Verint Video Intelligence Solutions 26 . 2. Based on the live image retrieved from the IP camera.Chapter 2 Installing the Nextiva S5000 IP Cameras Adjusting the Nextiva S5000 Field of View and Focus After setting the network configuration. you need to adjust the lens to get a satisfactory image. NOTE: On the Nextiva S5000FD models. While viewing the image on the CCTV test monitor. you can adjust the following:  viewing angle for the Nextiva S5000FD and Nextiva S5000FDW models  zoom factor and focus range  To adjust the viewing angle on the Nextiva S5000FD and Nextiva S5000FDW models: 1. first connect the 1/8in (3.

Adjusting the Nextiva S5000 Field of View and Focus 3. Tighten the pan adjustment screw. 4. Loosen the rotation adjustment screw and then turn the lens to adjust the image orientation. 6. Tilt Adjustment Screw Nextiva S5000FDW Model Nextiva S5000FD Model 5.verint. You can tilt the lens module 95º. 27 Tighten the screw. Loosen the tilt adjustment screws on both sides of the camera and then turn the lens module up and down.com/video_solutions Nextiva S5000FDW Model . Rotate Adjustment Screw Nextiva S5000FD Model 7. Tighten the tilt adjustment screws. www. You can rotate the lens 350º.

Connect the BNC connector to a CCTV test monitor. NOTE: On the Nextiva S5000FD and Nextiva S5000BX models. For the Nextiva S5000FD and Nextiva S5000FDW models. Verint Video Intelligence Solutions 28 . Loosen the focus controller and adjust the focus range. tighten the zoom controller once you have set the zoom level. ∞ N Nextiva S5000BX models Nextiva S5000FD and Nextiva S5000FDW models 5. first connect the 1/8in (3. 2. T W Nextiva S5000FD and Nextiva S5000FDW models Nextiva S5000BX models 3.Chapter 2 Installing the Nextiva S5000 IP Cameras  To adjust the zoom factor and focus range: 1. For the Nextiva S5000FD and Nextiva S5000FDW models. 4. loosen the zoom controller and adjust the zoom factor. While viewing the image on the CCTV test monitor. tighten the focus controller once you have set the focus level.5mm) jack from the Video to BNC cable to the A/V out connector.

verint. Nextiva S5000FD Model Nextiva S5000FDW Model 29 www. you can begin using the IP camera. 2.Completing the Installation Completing the Installation Once you have adjusted the lens. Do not discard the screwdriver in case you need to readjust the lens. NOTE: The supplied screwdriver is exclusively designed to match the dome screws.  To reattach the dome cover on the Nextiva S5000FD and Nextiva S5000FDW models: 1. For the Nextiva S5000BX models. Rotate the black cover inside the dome cover to fit the lens shooting direction.com/video_solutions . you can now reattach the dome covers on the Nextiva S5000FD and Nextiva S5000FDW models. Attach the dome cover to the camera.

For the Nextiva S5000FDW tighten the dome screws with the Finally. make sure all parts of the camera are securely installed. Nextiva S5000FD Model Nextiva S5000FDW Model Verint Video Intelligence Solutions 30 .Chapter 2 Installing the Nextiva S5000 IP Cameras For the Nextiva S5000FD models. tighten the dome screws with the supplied screwdriver.

. . . . . . you first need to obtain the IP address using SConfigurator. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1x Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50 Updating the Firmware . . . . . . . . . . . .47 Enabling IEEE 802. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . The following topics are discussed: Setting the IP Address . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . In order to configure the IP camera. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37 Configuring Image Settings . . . . .36 Configuring Access Rights. . 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32 Accessing the Nextiva S5000 IP Camera Home Page . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42 Managing the SD/SDHC Memory Card . . . . You use SConfigurator to: 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Chapter Configuring the Nextiva S5000 IP Cameras Once you have connected the IP camera to the network. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Using SConfigurator: SConfigurator is a PC-based administration tool that you can use over any TCP/IP network. . you can begin configuring the IP camera to ensure that it can communicate with the attached devices and with a video management software over the network. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40 Configuring Sensor Settings . .53 . . CAUTION: Any changes made using the Nextiva VMS will override the changes made using SConfigurator or the Web Interface. . . . .  Configure Nextiva edge devices  Get information on the devices connected on the network  Connect edge devices together  Update the firmware of the devices Using Nextiva VMS: You can use Nextiva VMS to configure the IP camera. .

254. all Nextiva S5000 IP cameras are DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) enabled. If the DHCP configuration fails. you need to disable the DHCP setting and manually set an IP address for the Nextiva S5000 IP cameras. *. NOTE: If you plan on using the Nextiva S5000 IP cameras with the Nextiva video management software. the IP camera will automatically obtain a valid IP configuration.0. either manually or from a DHCP server. the IP camera assigns itself a temporary IP address based on the APIPA (Automatic Private IP Addressing) addressing format. Extract the executable file (SConfigurator. All Nextiva edge devices use the following temporary APIPA configuration:  IP address: 169.0  Gateway: 169.exe to start SConfigurator. Verint Video Intelligence Solutions 32 .Y (where X and Y are based on the last two octets of the MAC address of the IP camera)  Subnet mask: 255.Chapter 3 Configuring the Nextiva S5000 IP Cameras Setting the IP Address By default. 2. it may not be able to view or be visible by the other devices. The APIPA (Automatic Private IP Addressing) scheme.X. A device in APIPA mode does not reside on the same subnet as the other devices on the IP network. Therefore.255.com/manuals. Download the latest version of SConfigurator from:www. For information on manually setting the IP address. 3.254. If you have a DHCP server. allows a device to assign itself a temporary IP address until it receives a complete network configuration. Double-click SConfigurator. available on the Windows operating systems.exe) to the desktop of the computer. see the procedure “To set the IP address of the Nextiva S5000 IP cameras:” on page 32. *  To set the IP address of the Nextiva S5000 IP cameras: 1.verint.

Setting the IP Address 4. 5. click Reset to Broadcast. the Address column will display an IP address that begins with 169. Select the Units tab. Check Detect All Units on LAN.verint. In the General tab. In the S5000 Authentication section.255.255. In APIPA mode. NOTE: The default username and password for the Nextiva S5000 is admin. click Program Options.com/video_solutions . otherwise. 10. 33 www. type the username and password for the Nextiva S5000. Click OK. then click Discover. 9. the Address column will display the IP address assigned by a DHCP server. Ensure that the Discovery IP Address is 255. Select the IP address of the correct LAN interface from the IP Address of the PC list. 7. 8. 6.254 and the text will be in red. In a DHCP environment.255.

expand the Network node and click IP. 4) In the IP Address box. Verint Video Intelligence Solutions 34 .  If the Nextiva S5000 IP camera is DHCP enabled. type a unique name for the IP camera. click Configure. NOTE: You do not need to use a gateway if the IP camera communicates with other devices on the same subnet. type the address specifying in which subnet the IP address of the device belongs. 5) In the Subnet Mask box. type a unique name for the IP camera. 6) In the Gateway box. type the IP address for the IP camera. 2) In the tree view. 7) In the Host Name box. 1) In the Unit Name box.Chapter 3 Configuring the Nextiva S5000 IP Cameras 11. type the IP address of the server that acts as an access point to another network. Select the Nextiva S5000 IP camera to configure. 3) Uncheck Use DHCP.

2) In the IP Address box. 5) You do not need to use a gateway if the IP camera communicates with other devices on the same subnet. double-click the device. Click OK to close the dialog box. type the IP address of the server that acts as an access point to another network. 3) In the Subnet Mask box. 6) In the Host Name box. type a unique name for the IP camera. 13. type the IP address for the IP camera. type the address specifying in which subnet the IP address of the device belongs. Click Exit to close SConfigurator.verint. 4) In the Gateway box.com/video_solutions .Setting the IP Address  If the Nextiva S5000 IP camera s in APIPA mode. 1) Click Yes in the Reconfigure unit dialog box asking you if you want to set a new network configuration on the unit. 12. 35 www.

Follow the on-screen instructions to install the required plug-in.cab from Verint Systems Inc. You can download Apple QuickTime from http://www. you need to enable the Active X® control. NOTE: The default username and password for the Nextiva S5000 is admin. 2. If you are using Microsoft Internet Explorer. and then press ENTER to view the live video. type the IP address of the Nextiva S5000 in the Address bar. you can launch Microsoft Internet Explorer and connect to the Nextiva S5000 IP camera.  To launch the home page from a web browser: 1.Chapter 3 Configuring the Nextiva S5000 IP Cameras Accessing the Nextiva S5000 IP Camera Home Page Using a web browser such as Microsoft Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox.com/quicktime/download/. you can not only view the streaming media.apple. 4. but you can also configure the user access and SD Card settings. Look for Download signed ActiveX® controls and select Enable or Prompt. the first time you connect to the Nextiva S5000 IP cameras.  To enable ActiveX Controls in Microsoft Internet Explorer: 1. 3. Click OK. Select Tools > Internet Options to display the Internet Options dialog box. Launch Microsoft Internet Explorer. If you are using Mozilla Firefox. Verint Video Intelligence Solutions 36 . 5. In a web browser. Once you have enabled the Active X® control. NOTE: If you are using Microsoft Internet Explorer. Click the Security tab and click Custom Level. the browser will use Apple QuickTime to stream live video. an information bar is displayed requiring you to install the RTSPVAPgDecNew2.

it is highly recommended to change the default password to restrict access to the IP cameras and to create multiple users accounts with a defined set of privileges. To prevent unauthorized access. Users with Operator or Viewer privileges do not have access to the Configuration page. Users with Administrator privileges are allowed access to the Configuration page.com/video_solutions . The Nextiva S5000 has three types of user privileges: Administrator. Operator and Viewer.verint.Configuring Access Rights Configuring Access Rights The default username and password for the Nextiva S5000 is admin. 37 www.

Select the privileges for the Operator or Viewer: Digital Output: Allows a user to use the Digital Output option on the home page to use a device connected to the Nextiva S5000. and then press ENTER. 6. Retype the new password in the Confirm user password box. click Configuration. 3. From the Home page. 4. Click Security to view the Security page. Type a new password in the User Password box. Select Allow anonymouse viewing to allow all users access to the live stream without typing a username and password. Select a user from the Existing user name list. click Configuration. 2. Click Save. 5.  To set the Operator and Viewer privileges: 1. and then press ENTER. Type the username and password. In a web browser. Click Security to view the Security page. 8. type the IP address of the Nextiva S5000 in the Address bar. 5. In a web browser. 4. 2. From the Home page. 3. 6. Verint Video Intelligence Solutions 38 . 7. type the IP address of the Nextiva S5000 in the Address bar. Click Update to update the user account. 7.  PTZ Control: Allows a user to use the PTZ camera controls on the home page.Chapter 3 Configuring the Nextiva S5000 IP Cameras  To update a user account: 1. Select a new user privilege from the Privilege list.

com/video_solutions . 5. Select the user privilege from the Privilege list. 4. 39  To delete a user account: 1. Click Add to create the new user account. 8. Type a user name in the User name box. 2. 3. 3. NOTE: Administrators can add up to 20 user accounts. In a web browser. and then press ENTER. 5. From the Home page. In a web browser. 7. click Configuration. type the IP address of the Nextiva S5000 in the Address bar.verint. Select a user from the Existing user name list. 9. Retype the password in the Confirm user password box. 2. Click Security to view the Security page. click Configuration. Select Add new user from the Existing user name list. Click Delete to delete the user account.Configuring Access Rights  To add a new user account: 1. Click Security to view the Security page. 6. Type a password in the User Password box. www. From the Home page. 4. and then press ENTER. type the IP address of the Nextiva S5000 in the Address bar.

select Auto or Keep current value. Verint Video Intelligence Solutions 40 . and Auto Gain Control (AGC). In a web browser. click Configuration. 2. 5. From the White Balance section. click Image Settings to open the Image Settings page. From the Home page.  To configure the image settings: 1. except for exposure time. Type the username and password. Click Video and Audio to view the Video and audio page. type the IP address of the Nextiva S5000 IP Camera in the Address bar. exposure level. From the Video Settings section.Chapter 3 Configuring the Nextiva S5000 IP Cameras Configuring Image Settings Most video settings can be configured from Nextiva VMS. and then press ENTER. 4. 6. 3.

c. Select Keep current value. b.  Contrast: Changing the contrast level allows you to increase or decrease the difference between the lightest and darkest parts of the image. The values range from -5 to 5. 9. Place a sheet of white paper in front of the lens and allow the IP camera to adjust the white balance. 41 www.verint.  Sharpness: Changing the sharpness level allows you to increase or decrease the fine details of the image.Configuring Image Settings  Auto: (Default value) The Nextiva S5000 IP camera automatically adjusts the color temperature of the light in response to different light source. making them darker or lighter.  Brightness: Changing the brightness level allows you to increase or decrease highlights and shadows. 7. Click Save to enable the settings.com/video_solutions . set the values for the following. a. The values range from -5 to 5. The values range from -5 to 5. d. From the Image Adjustment section. Select Auto and click Save. The values range from -5 to 5.  Saturation: Changing the saturation level allows you to increase or decrease the color intensity in the image. Click Preview to fine-tune the image or click Restore to use the default settings. Click Save. 10. Keep current value: The Nextiva S5000 IP camera uses the value according to the following procedure. 8. Click Close to exit the Image Settings page.

Type the username and password.  To configure the normal sensor settings: 1. From the Home page. except for exposure time. and Auto Gain Control (AGC). 3. type the IP address of the Nextiva S5000 IP Camera in the Address bar. 4. click Configuration. and then press ENTER. exposure level. Click Video and Audio to view the Video and audio page. You can configure two sets of sensor settings: one for normal situations. Verint Video Intelligence Solutions 42 .Chapter 3 Configuring the Nextiva S5000 IP Cameras Configuring Sensor Settings Most video settings can be configured from Nextiva VMS. click Sensor Settings to open the Sensor Settings page. 5. 2. From the Video Settings section. and another for a specific situation. In a web browser.

verint. select a value (2X.Configuring Sensor Settings 6. 4X or 8X) to set the auto gain control level. select a value from 1 to 8 (dark to bright) to manually set the exposure level. Click Preview to fine-tune the image. 43  To configure the second sensor settings: 1. 3. 1/15.com/video_solutions . 7. 4. 12. From the Home page. 1/30. From the Exposure level list. 8. Select from: 1/120. select an exposure time (in seconds) according to the light source of the surrounding area. The default value is 4X. 1/60. The default value is 4. click Configuration. NOTE: Shorter exposure times result in less light. www. to enable back light compensation when an object is too dark or too bright to recognize. or click Restore to recall the original settings without incorporating the changes. type the IP address of the Nextiva S5000 IP Camera in the Address bar. From the Maximum Exposure Time list. From the Max gain list. Click Video and Audio to view the Video and audio page. 11. and then press ENTER. 9. Click Save to enable the settings. It allows the camera to adjust to the best light conditions in any environment and automatically give the necessary light compensation. Type the username and password. and 1/5. In a web browser. Click Close to exit the Sensor Settings page. 2. 10. Select Enable BLC.

Verint Video Intelligence Solutions 44 .Chapter 3 Configuring the Nextiva S5000 IP Cameras 5. From the Video Settings section. click Sensor Settings to open the Sensor Settings page.

Click Profile to open the Sensor Settings page for the second profile.  Day Mode: Select this option if you want to apply the exposure settings during the day.  Schedule Mode: Select this option if you want to apply the exposure settings during specific hours in a day.com/video_solutions . Type the start and end time in hh:mm format. Select Enable this profile.  Night Mode: Select this option if you want to apply the exposure settings during the night. 8. www.verint. 7. Select a mode.Configuring Sensor Settings 45 6.

Click Close to exit the Sensor Settings page. From the Max gain list. to enable back light compensation when an object is too dark or too bright to recognize. 13. select an exposure time (in seconds) according to the light source of the surrounding area. Verint Video Intelligence Solutions 46 . 4X or 8X) to set the auto gain control level. NOTE: Shorter exposure times result in less light. 11. It allows the camera to adjust to the best light conditions in any environment and automatically give the necessary light compensation. 14. From the Exposure level list. Select from: 1/120. 1/15. 10. The default value is 4X. Click Preview to fine-tune the image. and 1/5.Chapter 3 Configuring the Nextiva S5000 IP Cameras 9. Select Enable BLC. select a value (2X. or click Restore to recall the original settings without incorporating the changes. From the Maximum Exposure Time list. 15. 12. 1/60. select a value from 1 to 8 (dark to bright) to manually set the exposure level. 1/30. Click Save to enable the settings. The default value is 4.

type the IP address of the Nextiva S5000 in the Address bar. Click Local storage to view the Local storage page. In a web browser.verint. Expand the SD card status to view storage information about the SD/SDHC memory card. 4. and then press ENTER. In a web browser. From the Home page. and then press ENTER. you can connect. www. click Configuration. format and monitor the status and available recording space of the SD/ SDHC memory card as well as view the recording. 2. 3. Using the Nextiva S5000 home page.  To configure the recording options on the SD/SDHC memory card: 1. 5. 2. click Configuration.com/video_solutions . type the IP address of the Nextiva S5000 in the Address bar.Managing the SD/SDHC Memory Card Managing the SD/SDHC Memory Card The Nextiva S5000 have a built-in slot for SD/SDHC memory cards. From the Home page. Click Format to format the SD/SDHC memory card after inserting it into the Nextiva S5000 IP cameras. SD/SDHC memory cards can store recordings without the need for an external storage device. 47  To format the SD/SDHC memory card: 1.

2. 4. Expand File attributes and select one or more search criteria.  Select Enable cyclic storage if you want to overwrite the oldest file when the maximum storage capacity is reached. (Optional) Expand Trigger time and type the date and time range that you want to search.  To search for recordings on the SD/SDHC memory card: 1. Verint Video Intelligence Solutions 48 . In a web browser.  Select Enable automatic disk cleanup and type the number of days you want to retain the video clips. and then press ENTER. Click Local storage to view the Local storage page. 3. 5. From the Home page. Click Save. Expand the SD card control to select the storage option for the recordings. 4. click Configuration.Chapter 3 Configuring the Nextiva S5000 IP Cameras 3. 5. Click Local storage to view the Local storage page. type the IP address of the Nextiva S5000 in the Address bar.

com/video_solutions . Once the search results are displayed. www.  Select multiple results and click Remove to delete the video clips from the memory card.verint.  Select multiple snapshot results and click JPEGs to AVI to create an AVI file from the selected images. Click Search to display the results in the Search Results window.Managing the SD/SDHC Memory Card 6.  Select multiple results and click Lock/Unlock to prevent the selected items from being deleted from the memory card.  Select a result and click Download to save the video clip on the computer. you can perform the following: 49  Select a result and click View to play the video in a media dialog box.

Verint Video Intelligence Solutions 50 . 2. and then press ENTER. 4. access on that port will be prohibited.1x standard is designed to enhance the security of local area networks. Assuming all certificates are validated. select Creat certificate request and install. If all certificates between client and server are verified. to facilitate communication. A Network Camera requests access to the protected LAN using 802. Type the username and password. which provides authentication to network devices (clients) attached to a network port (wired or wireless). In the Create and install certificate method section. 3. In a web browser. 802. The authentication process for 802.1x. 4. if authentication fails. which uses an algorithm to authenticate the Nextiva S5000 IP camera and returns an acceptance or rejection back to the switch.1x utilizes an existing protocol. 3. type the IP address of the Nextiva S5000 IP Camera in the Address bar. which is then forwarded by the switch to the RADIUS Server. the switch then changes the Nextiva S5000 IP camera’s state to authorized and is allowed access to the protected network via a pre-configured port.1x Support The 802. Click HTTPS to view the HTTPS page. From the Home page. click Configuration. you need a digital certificate from a Certificate Authority which can be validated by a RADIUS server. The Certificate Authority (CA) provides the required signed certificates to the Nextiva S5000 IP camera (the supplicant) and the RADIUS Server (the authentication server). The switch also forwards the RADIUS Server’s certificate to the Nextiva S5000 IP camera.  To create a certificate request: 1. The client offers its identity and client certificate. the Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP). 5. a point-to-point connection will be enabled. Obtaining a Digital Certificate Before connecting a Nextiva S5000 IP Camera to the protected network with 802.1x work as follows: 1.1X via a switch (the authenticator).Chapter 3 Configuring the Nextiva S5000 IP Cameras Enabling IEEE 802. 2.

type the organization name. type the two-letter combination to denote the country where the certificate will be used. 8. Click Save to generate an encoded certificate request. 7.iso. 15. type the number of days to define how long the certificate should be valid.htm. Send the encoded certificate request to a certificate authority. In the Common Name box. 13.com/video_solutions . In the Locality box.verint. In the Validity box. 11. Click Create to open the Create Certificate page. type the organization unit name. 14.Enabling IEEE 802. In the State or province box. type the state or province name. 10. 12. In the Organization box. In the Country box. 51 www.1x Support 6. The letter combination must be according to the ISO 3166 standard. visit http://www. type the IP address or hostname of the Edge device. For more information on ISO 3166. type the locality name. 9.org/iso/country_codes. In the Organization Unit box. who will then issue a digital certificate that you can then upload to the Nextiva S5000 IP Camera.

type the User ID issued by the Certificate Authority.1x. In the IEEE 802. and then press ENTER. 2.  EAP-PEAP: uses TLS only to authenticate the server to the client but not the client to the server.1x section. 4. type the password issued by the Certificate Authority. type the password issued by the Certificate Authority. Click Network to view the Network page. 5. 4) Click Upload. click Browse to select the certificate that you received from the certificate authority. click Browse to select the private key that you received from the certificate authority. 3. If you select EAP-PEAP: 1) In the Identity box. 7) In the Client private key box. 5) In the client certificate box. 8) Click Upload. Connect the Nextiva S5000 IP Camera to an 802. From the Home page. In a web browser. In the EAP method list. click Browse to select the client certificate that you received from the certificate authority. 3) In the CA certificate box. Verint Video Intelligence Solutions 52 . click Browse to select the certificate that you received from the certificate authority. 3) In the CA certificate box.  To enable IEEE 802. type the User ID issued by the Certificate Authority. 6. If you select EAP-TLS: 1) In the Identity box. Type the username and password. select Enable 802. 4) Click Upload.Chapter 3 Configuring the Nextiva S5000 IP Cameras Selecting an Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP) Method The Nextiva S5000 IP Cameras support two types of EAP methods to perform authentication: EAP-PEAP and EAP-TLS. 6) Click Upload. 2) In the Private key password box. only the server is required to have a public key certificate.1x support and select an EAP method: 1.   7. select the EAP method to perform authentication. click Configuration. the client need not have one. This way. type the IP address of the Nextiva S5000 IP Camera in the Address bar.  EAP-TLS: uses the Transport Layer Security (TLS) public key certificate authentication mechanism within EAP to provide mutual authentication of client to server and server to client. 2) In the Password box. Both the client and the server must be assigned a digital certificate signed by a Certificate Authority (CA) that they both trust.1x enabled switch.

The information displayed for the Nextiva S5000 IP cameras will vary depending on whether you are using a static IP address or one assigned by a DHCP server. any problem encountered will not be covered by the product warranty. 6. Double-click SConfigurator. 53  To update the firmware using SConfigurator: 1. Click Next to view the verification screen.Updating the Firmware Updating the Firmware You can use SConfigurator or a video management software to update the firmware of the Nextiva S5000 IP cameras when a new version becomes available.exe to start SConfigurator. 4. 3. Select Using an IP network connection and click Start. 5. Updating the firmware allows you access to new features for the IP cameras while retaining its configuration. 2. click Browse and select the correct firmware file. Select the Units tab. then click Discover. If you perform a downgrade.verint.com/video_solutions . CAUTION: Firmware downgrade is not supported. Visit the Verint extranet to obtain the latest firmware. Click Start to begin the firmware update. In the Firmware File Selection dialog box. www. 7. Select the device.

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .55 Discovering the S5000 through Nextiva Control Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .65 Frame Rate and Performance with Nextiva VMS . . . .59 Assigning the IP Camera to a Recording Profile . . .58 Defining the Video Profile .65 Assigning Access Rights for the Nextiva S5000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .61 Configuring the IP Camera in Nextiva Event Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Chapter Configuring the Nextiva S5000 with Nextiva VMS Adding the Nextiva S5000 to Nextiva VMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .67 . . . . . . . . . . . . .56 Configuring the Nextiva S5020 Video Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .60 Customizing the Nextiva S5000. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1 Administrator Guide. NOTE: Nextiva VMS uses port 80 as the default value. run the System Setup Wizard to discover the camera in Nextiva Control Center. From the Camera list. Type the password for the IP camera in the Password box. Type the username and password for the Nextiva S5000 IP camera under Security. 6. you can add the S5000 cameras to a recorder. 2. 9. 12.1. to add a Nextiva S5000 IP camera. 8. Click Add 7. 10.  To add the Nextiva S5000 IP camera: 1. From the tree view. 55 www. Click Add to add another Nextiva S5000 IP camera or click OK to finish. 4. select the Nextiva S5000 adaptor to view detailed information in the Advanced tab. refer to the Nextiva VMS 6. Once the Nextiva S5000 IP camera is physically connected and the adaptor is configured. Type the port number for the IP camera in the Port box.verint. Type the Username for the IP camera in the Username box. Select Global Settings > Adaptors. 3. Use the following procedure to add the S5000 adaptor to Nextiva VMS. you need to install Nextiva 6. Type the IP address of the IP camera in the IP Address box. Click Apply on the Adaptor page. After adding the adaptor to Nextiva. 5. Launch Nextiva Control Center. click Click to Edit to add the applicable Nextiva S5000 IP cameras to the adaptor.com/video_solutions .1 Rollup 4 that provides the S5000 adaptor to the system.Adding the Nextiva S5000 to Nextiva VMS Adding the Nextiva S5000 to Nextiva VMS To add the S5000 to Nextiva VMS 6. 11. For complete information on using Nextiva Control Center.

Chapter 4 Configuring the Nextiva S5000 with Nextiva VMS Discovering the S5000 through Nextiva Control Center Once the camera is physically connected. Physical Groups organize components. Launch Nextiva Control Center. you need to add it to the S5000 adaptor and assign it to the applicable Physical and Logical Groups endeavor large deployments with more than one recorder. At the same time. then clicking rename and entering a new name.  To discover the Nextiva S5000 IP camera: 1. The logical groups are displayed in Nextiva Review. Verint Video Intelligence Solutions 56 . 2. to a recorder. Select Tools > System Setup Wizard to open the System Setup Wizard and display the Welcome screen. Select the IP camera from the New Components pane and drag it to the applicable group in the Physical Groups View pane. Click Next on the Welcome screen to display the Physical Groups screen. 3. according to their physical location. You can change the name of the camera by selecting the camera. You can assign a camera to as many logical groups as required. you need to run the System Setup Wizard to discover the camera in Nextiva Control Center. 4. Logical Groups organize them into user-defined structures to facilitate management.

you can assign the Recorder Server to assign an ESM server. Then click Back and make any changes or click Finish to complete the discovery.Discovering the S5000 through Nextiva Control Center 5. If you have one or more Enterprise Storage Manager (ESM) servers in your deployment.verint. Select the camera in the Physical Group on the left and drag it to the Logical Group on the right. the Summary screen appears. If there is only one Recorder Server. Click Done on the Finish screen to complete the installation. Select the camera from the Logical View listing on the left and drag it to the Recorder View listing on the right. Otherwise. Click Next. the camera is automatically assigned to that server. 8. 9. Read the Summary screen. 57 www. Click Next to view the Logical Groups screen. The Video Input is displayed with the camera in the following format Video Input #[input number] on [model number] ([IP Address]) 6. Then click Next to assign the camera to a Recorder Server. 7. 10. NOTE: This step is applicable only in a Master Server deployment with more than one Recorder Server.com/video_solutions .

4. Click the Advanced tab.Chapter 4 Configuring the Nextiva S5000 with Nextiva VMS Configuring the Nextiva S5020 Video Mode After adding the S5000 to Nextiva VMS. see “Frame Rate and Performance” on page 8. Select System Components > Devices > Physical View in Nextiva Control Center. Verint Video Intelligence Solutions 58 . 5. Click Apply. 3. The Nextiva S5020 models supports three video modes:  1600 × 1200 Full sensor  800 × 600 Full sensor  1280 × 720 Cropped For more information. Select the Nextiva S5020 from the tree view. Select the video mode from the Video Mode list. 6. 2. Select the video input.  To configure the Video Mode: 1. you need to define the video mode.

59 www.Defining the Video Profile Defining the Video Profile When any new camera is added to the Nextiva system it is automatically assigned to the default recording profile. 5. To handle different recording scenarios. If you require more than ten streams. For more information on streaming.  To add a custom Video Profile: 1. you can create a video profile that uses one of the higher resolutions for the Nextiva S5000 IP camera and add this to a new recording profile. The default High Quality Video Profile is part of this recording profile. Select an existing profile or click the Add button to create a new one. 3. Select the applicable resolution from the Resolution list. refer to the Nextiva VMS 6. Select Global Settings > Profiles > Video Profiles in Nextiva Control Center. For more information the supported resolutions and frame rates. the video profile that you select or create must have the correct resolution and frame rate for the video mode that you set. NOTE: For Nextiva S5020 models. NOTE: The Nextiva S5000 can send up to ten streams from all encoders. resolution and frame rate. 2. NOTE: The Minimum and Maximum quantizer values and the bit rate are set according to the device model. Select the frame rate from the Frame Rate list. you can assign the camera to a different recording profile with a different video profile or create new profiles. The existing Video Profiles are displayed on the top right of the window. Click Apply. 4. refer to “Frame Rate and Performance” on page 8.verint. then Nextiva VMS will provide the additional streams using the recorded video profile. For example.com/video_solutions . You can create as many video profiles and recording profiles as required.1 Network Securities and Technologies Guide.

Select the Assignment tab. Select Recording Profiles. Select the recording profile to which you want to assign the camera. Select the IP camera in the left pane and move it to right by clicking the double arrow. For complete details on Recording Profiles.  To assign the camera to another recording profile. Verint Video Intelligence Solutions 60 . from the tree view on the left. 6.Chapter 4 Configuring the Nextiva S5000 with Nextiva VMS Assigning the IP Camera to a Recording Profile When a new camera is discovered in Nextiva. 4. Cameras are displayed in Logical Groups. 5. refer to the Nextiva VMS 6. Select System Components > Recording and Archiving > Recording Profiles.1 Administrator Guide or online Help. 3. Click Apply. from the browser pane. Use this procedure to assign it to a different recording profile. 1. on the right if they are assigned to the selected recording profile or on the left if they are not. 2. it is automatically assigned to the default recording profile.

verint. Click the Image Quality tab. 3. Select the camera from the tree view.  To define the image quality: 1. 4. Click Apply.Customizing the Nextiva S5000 Customizing the Nextiva S5000 Use the Logical View in System Components to customize devices and fine-tune the default settings assigned through the System Setup Wizard and under the Global Settings. These parameters apply to the camera regardless of whether it is assigned to multiple groups or whether it is moved to another group. For example.1 Administrator Guide. Adjusting the Image Quality Use the Image Quality tab to adjust the video brightness and saturation for the selected camera. all the cameras used for surveilling the back entrance of a building can be assigned to the same logical group. or to the left to decrease it. or to the left to decrease it. Select System Components > Logical View. although they may be connected to different devices and different Nextiva Recorder Servers. www. 2. refer to the Nextiva VMS 6.  Saturation: Move the slider to the right to increase the saturation. Use the sliders to define the brightness and saturation or click Default to reset values: 5. Logical Groups are displayed in the Logical View of the Devices workspace and in the Camera Tree in Nextiva Review. For more details. Logical Groups organize components into logical structures.com/video_solutions . 61  Brightness: Move the slider to the right to increase the brightness.

the type of encoding. Click Apply. 5.  If you unselect Live video quality same as recording: 1) In the Live Video Profiles list. NOTE: You can click Use Preferred Video Compression(s) to set the selected device to the highest mode in your Preferred Video Compression list that is supported by the device. This includes the compression mode.Chapter 4 Configuring the Nextiva S5000 with Nextiva VMS Adjusting the Video Setting The Video tab displays information on the video streams of the selected camera. click a Video Profile for live viewing. 2. Select Live video quality same as recording to use a single encoder for both live and recorded video. Select System Components > Logical View.  To define the video settings: 1. 2) In the Live Video Compression list. and the Video Profile or Profiles for the selected camera. Verint Video Intelligence Solutions 62 . click a compression mode. NOTE: This option is selected by default. Click the Video tab. Select the camera from the tree view. 3. 4.

2.  To view and configure advanced options: 1. Select the camera from the tree view.  Color Image Choose between Color or Monochrome for the image. The default value is disable. The default value is Auto. 4. Expand Video Input and adjust each setting accordingly:  Auto Iris Choose between Automatic or Manual.  CMOS Frequency Choose between 50 or 60.com/video_solutions .Customizing the Nextiva S5000 Adjusting the Advanced Properties The Advanced tab provides further information on the Logical settings of the camera. The default value is 4. 63 www.  Back Light Compensation Enable or disable this option to adjust to the best light conditions in any environment and automatically give the necessary light compensation. When you select a parameter. The default value is color. Most settings are displayed in read-only format.verint.  Flip Image Enable or disable to vertically flip the image.  Exposure Level Type a value to set the exposure level from 1 to 8 (dark to bright). a definition is displayed at the bottom of window. 3. Select System Components > Logical View. Click the Advanced tab.  Auto White Balance Choose between Automatic or Manual to adjust the color temperature of the light. The default value is disable.

The default value is disable.  Schedule Uses a schedule to switch between Day and Night mode.  Day Enables the filter at all times to block infra-red light from reaching the sensor. 5.  Rate Control Choose between Automatic or Manual. Expand Video Profile.  Night Disables the filter at all times to enable infra-red light to reach the sensor.  Switch to B/W Enable or disable black and white mode.Chapter 4 Configuring the Nextiva S5000 with Nextiva VMS  Infra-red Enable or disable the use of infra-red filter.  Iris Mode Choose an iris mode to control the amount of light coming through the lens:  Fixed The iris mode is set to a fixed setting.  Indoor The iris mode is set for indoor use.  DI Disables the filter when a digital input is triggered. Normal or High sensitivity for the light sensor. Verint Video Intelligence Solutions 64 . Automatic will use the pre-defined adaptor bitrate and quantizer settings.  Max Exposure Time Type a value in seconds to set the maximum exposure time to the light source. select one of the following options:  Auto Automatically disables the infra-red filter by determining the ambient light level. Click Apply.  Outdoor The iris mode is set for outdoor use.  Low Light Enable or disable the use of Low Light conditions. Manual will use the video profile bitrate and quantizer settings.  Light Sensor Sensitivity Select Low. 6.  Infra-red Mode With Infra-red enabled.  Mirror Image Enable or disable to mirror the image.

Then ensure that the group has the all required privileges. For details on Nextiva Event Manager. for full details on access rights and privileges.verint. only the Administrators group has access to the camera. such as sending an e-mail or internal notice. all users and CCTV keyboards are assigned to groups. You also need to assign access rights to the group containing the CCTV keyboards that will be used to control the cameras.com/video_solutions .Configuring the IP Camera in Nextiva Event Manager Configuring the IP Camera in Nextiva Event Manager You can create a Nextiva Event Manager to generate an automatic response. This facilitates the management of access rights. or an alarm. Assigning Access Rights for the Nextiva S5000 You need to assign user rights to the Nextiva S5000 IP camera.1 Administrator Guide. such as the following:  Nextiva applications: Nextiva Review and Client SDK  Live Video  Recorded Video Refer to the Nextiva VMS 6. In Nextiva. user rights are assigned by group. In Nextiva Control Center. refer to the Nextiva VMS 6. By default. if a Nextiva S5000 IP camera loses network connection. You need to assign access rights to the Nextiva S5000 IP camera so that they can be controlled by users. 65 www.1 Administrator Guide or Help files.

6. Select Cameras from the list. 2. Select the Nextiva S5000 IP camera that you want the group to access. Select All or Denied.Chapter 4 Configuring the Nextiva S5000 with Nextiva VMS  To assign access rights: 1. 7. 3. Click Apply. 4. Select the Privileges tab. Select the group to which you want to assign rights. Select Global Settings > Groups and Privileges. Launch Nextiva Control Center. The User Groups are listed in the left pane. 8. 5. Verint Video Intelligence Solutions 66 .

Frame Rate and Performance with Nextiva VMS Frame Rate and Performance with Nextiva VMS The following table lists the supported resolution for the Nextiva S5020 models when using the 1600 × 1200 Full sensor option: Nextiva Resolutions 67 Supported Resolutions NTSC PAL Nextiva S5020 QCIF 176 × 128 176 × 144 320 × 240 CIF 352 × 240 352 × 288 320 × 240 2CIF 704 × 240 704 × 288 640 × 480 4CIF 704 × 480 704 × 576 640 × 480 VGA 640 × 480 640 × 576 640 × 480 WVGA 854 × 480 800 × 600 SVGA 800 × 600 800 × 600 WSVGA 1024 × 600 800 × 600 XGA 1024 × 768 800 × 600 HD720 1280 × 720 1280 × 960 WXGA 1280 × 800 1280 × 960 SXGA 1280 × 1024 1280 × 960 WSXGA 1680 × 1050 1600 × 1200 UXGA 1600 × 1200 1600 × 1200 HD1800 1920 × 1080 1600 × 1200 WUXGA 1920 × 1200 1600 × 1200 QXGA 2048 × 1536 1600 × 1200 WQXGA 2560 × 1600 1600 × 1200 QSXGA 2560 × 2048 1600 × 1200 www.com/video_solutions .verint.

Chapter 4 Configuring the Nextiva S5000 with Nextiva VMS The following table lists the supported resolution for the Nextiva S5020 models when using the 800 × 600 Full sensor option: Nextiva Resolutions Supported Resolutions NTSC PAL Nextiva S5020 QCIF 176 × 128 176 × 144 320 × 240 CIF 352 × 240 352 × 288 320 × 240 2CIF 704 × 240 704 × 288 640 × 480 4CIF 704 × 480 704 × 576 640 × 480 VGA 640 × 480 640 × 576 640 × 480 WVGA 854 × 480 800 × 600 SVGA 800 × 600 800 × 600 WSVGA 1024 × 600 800 × 600 XGA 1024 × 768 800 × 600 HD720 1280 × 720 800 × 600 WXGA 1280 × 800 800 × 600 SXGA 1280 × 1024 800 × 600 WSXGA 1680 × 1050 800 × 600 UXGA 1600 × 1200 800 × 600 HD180 1920 × 1080 800 × 600 WUXGA 1920 × 1200 800 × 600 QXGA 2048 × 1536 800 × 600 WQXGA 2560 × 1600 800 × 600 QSXGA 2560 × 2048 800 × 600 Verint Video Intelligence Solutions 68 .

com/video_solutions .verint.Frame Rate and Performance with Nextiva VMS The following table lists the supported resolution for the Nextiva S5020 models when using the 1280 × 720 Cropped option: Nextiva Resolutions 69 Supported Resolutions NTSC PAL Nextiva S5020 QCIF 176 × 128 176 × 144 640 × 360 CIF 352 × 240 352 × 288 640 × 360 2CIF 704 × 240 704 × 288 640 × 360 4CIF 704 × 480 704 × 576 640 × 360 VGA 640 × 480 640 × 576 640 × 360 WVGA 854 × 480 640 × 360 SVGA 800 × 600 640 × 360 WSVGA 1024 × 600 1280 × 720 XGA 1024 × 768 1280 × 720 HD720 1280 × 720 1280 × 720 WXGA 1280 × 800 1280 × 720 SXGA 1280 × 1024 1280 × 720 WSXGA 1680 × 1050 1280 × 720 UXGA 1600 × 1200 1280 × 720 HD180 1920 × 1080 1280 × 720 WUXGA 1920 × 1200 1280 × 720 QXGA 2048 × 1536 1280 × 720 WQXGA 2560 × 1600 1280 × 720 QSXGA 2560 × 2048 1280 × 720 www.

Chapter 4 Configuring the Nextiva S5000 with Nextiva VMS The following table lists the supported VGA resolution for the Nextiva S5003 models: Nextiva Resolutions Supported Resolutions NTSC PAL Nextiva S5003 QCIF 176 × 128 176 × 144 320 × 240 CIF 352 × 240 352 × 288 320 × 240 2CIF 704 × 240 704 × 288 640 × 480 4CIF 704 × 480 704 × 576 640 × 480 VGA 640 × 480 640 × 576 640 × 480 WVGA 854 × 480 640 × 480 SVGA 800 × 600 640 × 480 WSVGA 1024 × 600 640 × 480 XGA 1024 × 768 640 × 480 HD720 1280 × 720 640 × 480 WXGA 1280 × 800 640 × 480 SXGA 1280 × 1024 640 × 480 WSXGA 1680 × 1050 640 × 480 UXGA 1600 × 1200 640 × 480 HD180 1920 × 1080 640 × 480 WUXGA 1920 × 1200 640 × 480 QXGA 2048 × 1536 640 × 480 WQXGA 2560 × 1600 640 × 480 QSXGA 2560 × 2048 640 × 480 Verint Video Intelligence Solutions 70 .

. . . . . . . . . . . . . .77 . . .Chapter Configuring the Nextiva S5000 with the Nextiva EdgeVR The following topics are discussed: Using the Nextiva S5000 with the Nextiva EdgeVR . . . . . . . . . . . . . .74 Configuring Motion Detection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .72 Creating a Secure Connection between the EdgeVR and the Nextiva S5000 Camera . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

NOTE: The following procedure assumes that you have added one or more Nextiva EdgeVR devices to Nextiva Vid-Center using the DVR Manager feature. Because native IP and analog video devices can be integrated on a single platform. Once you have installed and configured the Nextiva S5000 IP camera. then double-click Camera Setup to display the Cameras dialog box. use Vid-Center to associate the IP camera with a Nextiva EdgeVR.  To associate the Nextiva S5000 IP camera with a Nextiva EdgeVR: 1.Chapter 5 Configuring the Nextiva S5000 with the Nextiva EdgeVR Using the Nextiva S5000 with the Nextiva EdgeVR The Nextiva EdgeVR is an IP Recorder with options to integrate existing analog devices. 9. 4. Select Advanced (IP Camera) to expand the Cameras dialog box. 6. Select the Nextiva EdgeVR in the Task Actions pane. Type the Nextiva EdgeVR password in the Enter Password box. 3. 8. Start Vid-Center. From the Task Actions pane. Click Connect to display the Login Password dialog box. thereby avoiding expensive hardware upgrades. 2. For complete information on using Vid-Center. expand the DVR properties. refer to the Vid-Center 4. Click Setup DVRs in the Task Center pane. customers can use the Nextiva EdgeVR to migrate their video infrastructure from analog to IP at their chosen speed. 5. Select Connections in the Task Center pane. 7.3 User Guide. Click OK. Verint Video Intelligence Solutions 72 .

12. Select the model of the Nextiva S5000 IP camera from the Type list. You will also need to update the TCP/IP Settings for the Nextiva S5000 IP Camera to match the port number entered here. The system will take approximately three minutes to reboot.verint. Enter the IP address of the Nextiva S5000 IP camera in the Address:Port box. NOTE: The default port number is automatically set when you select a camera from the Type list. 13. 14.Using the Nextiva S5000 with the Nextiva EdgeVR 10. Select a row to assign to the Nextiva S5000 IP camera.com/video_solutions . enter the port number. If your network is using another port for an unsecure connection. Click OK to save the changes. 11. Repeat step 9 to step 12 for all attached Nextiva S5000 IP cameras. 73 www.

Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS) works in conjunction with Secure Sockets Layer (SSL). Click OK. Verint Video Intelligence Solutions 74 . Launch Vid-Center. to transport the data securely. which encrypts the data between the EdgeVR and the Nextiva S5000 Camera. the admin user must use the same password as the one you set up in the SSL Authentication dialog box Vid-Center. 5. if you want to access the Nextiva S5000 IP Camera web page using a secure connection. From the Task Actions pane. Nextiva S5000 cameras are set to use port 80 for an unsecure connection and port 443 for a secure connection. 2. By default.  To create a secure connection between the Nextiva EdgeVR and the Nextiva S5000: 1. The Nextiva EdgeVR will automatically use the secure connection and port.Chapter 5 Configuring the Nextiva S5000 with the Nextiva EdgeVR Creating a Secure Connection between the EdgeVR and the Nextiva S5000 Camera When a secure connection between the EdgeVR and the Nextiva S5000 is essential. then double-click SSL Passwords to display the SSL Authentication dialog box. Type the Nextiva S5000 password in the Password box and retype the password in the Retype Password box. 6. 7. 4. expand the DVR. Close Vid-Center. Click Setup DVRs in the Task Center pane. NOTE: Once you have set up the secure connection between the Nextiva EdgeVR and the Nextiva S5000 Camera. 3. Select Enable Secure Socket Layer (SSL) Authentication.

8. use the following procedure to set up a secure connection. Select Admin from the Existing user name list. Click Access List to view the Access List page. 12. 5. Retype the password in the Confirm user password box. 2. Click HTTPS to view the HTTPS page. 4. Type the username and password.verint. 13. The current connection with the Nextiva EdgeVR will be closed. 75 www. NOTE: You do not need to change the port number in Vid-Center if the Nextiva S5000 is using the default port value. From the Home page. Select Create self-signed certificate automatically. click Configuration. 3. type the IP address of the Nextiva S5000 in the Address bar. In a web browser. Click Security to view the Security page.  To configure the Nextiva S5000 to use a secure connection: 1. 7. Click Update.com/video_solutions . 9. Select Enable HTTPS secure connection and select HTTPS only. 11. 10. 6. Type the password you set up in the Vid-Center SSL Authentication dialog box in the User Password box.Creating a Secure Connection between the EdgeVR and the Nextiva S5000 Creating a Secure Connection Using the Default Port Values If you are using the defaults port values. and then press ENTER. Click Save.

5. In a web browser. From the Home page. Close the Web browser. and then press ENTER. 3. click Configuration. then you need to set up the Nextiva S5000 with the values used by your network. NOTE: Do not use the same port number for HTTP and HTTPS. 16. 8. type the IP address of the Nextiva S5000 in the Address bar. 15. 4. Click Save. Type the username and password. Type the secure port number in the HTTPS port box. 6. NOTE: Ensure that Vid-Center is configured to use the port values used by your network. Close the Web browser. 7. For more information. Click Network to view the Network page. Creating a Secure Connection Using the Custom Port Values If your network is using port values other than the default values for unsecure and secure connections. Select Always allow the IP address to access this device and type the IP address of the computer that can always access the Nextiva S5000. 2. see “Using the Nextiva S5000 with the Nextiva EdgeVR” on page 72. Click Save. Type the unsecure port number in the HTTP port box. Verint Video Intelligence Solutions 76 .Chapter 5 Configuring the Nextiva S5000 with the Nextiva EdgeVR 14.  Use the following procedure to set the port values used by your network: 1.

On EdgeVR local inputs only. it is marked as having motion. refer to the Nextiva Vid-Center 4. To detect motion. In addition. you can create up to three motion detection areas (also referred to as windows). The Live Video area displays the video from the Nextiva S5000 IP camera. the entire Motion Selected area will be highlighted in green. 77  To set up the motion areas: 1. you can configure storage properties for motion video.Configuring Motion Detection Configuring Motion Detection The motion detection option allows you to configure the EdgeVR to detect motion in video. From the Active Camera area. the complete motion selected area is highlighted green or the words Motion Detected appears. Movement in the areas outside the windows will be ignored.3 User Guide. For more information on configuring motion storage. From the Task Actions pane. then double-click Motion Setup to display the Motion Setup dialog box. With the Nextiva S5000 IP camera. www. Cameras associated with events will only detect motion during an event. resized.verint. 3. if there is a change in the image. or deleted at any time. the device compares every captured video image with the previous one. Select Setup DVRs from the Task Center pane.com/video_solutions . select the Nextiva S5000 IP camera on which to apply motion areas and click Request Video. With analog cameras only the area of motion will be highlighted. These motion detection windows can be moved. The main configuration task for motion detection is to set up motion areas. expand the DVR. 2. NOTE: When using IP cameras.

Verint Video Intelligence Solutions 78 . 7. Click Close. A higher setting will trigger motion detection when there is any time of luminance difference. A higher value means that only very large objects will trigger motion detection. Click Yes to save the properties.  Object Size: Set a value between 0 and 100 to set how large an object must be in the region to trigger motion detection. NOTE: You can create a maximum of three motion detection areas for an Nextiva S5000 IP camera. 5. Select the region.Chapter 5 Configuring the Nextiva S5000 with the Nextiva EdgeVR 4. A green layer is displayed over the selected areas. and for the following two settings. move the slider left or right:  Sensitivity: Set a value between 0 and 100 to set the sensitivity level of the video to trigger motion detection. Click an area then drag the mouse while holding down the mouse button until the desired region is covered to activate the motion detection area. 6.

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and compression type Network Interface Ethernet 10/100 Mbps Base-T Connector RJ-45 Protocols IPv4. NTP.3 lux @ F1. IGMP. SMTP. QoS. 1-30fps 1600 x 1200. DDNS.5mm) line out A/V connector (mono) SD Storage SD/SDHC Card Slot.5mm) jack. DNS. configurable to NTSC or PAL.1 lux @ F1. SNMP and 802.264. HTTP. BNC adapter supplied. TCP/IP. IPv6. GSM/ uncompressed Audio Out 1/8” (3. CoS.2 (shutter speed 1/ 5) 0 lux @ F1. 1-15fps (30fps @ 720p) Video Bandwidth Max Streams 0.1X Security SSL-based authentication I/O Ports Alarm Input 1 dry contact (configurable NO or NC) Alarm Output 1 relay output (12V DC. for local/back-up storage (SD card not included) Verint Video Intelligence Solutions 80 . MJPEG Resolution Scalable from 176 x 128 to 640 x 480 Scalable from 176 x 128 to 1600 x 1200 Frame Rate VGA.Appendix A Technical Specifications Nextiva S5000BX Technical Specifications The following table presents the technical specifications for the Nextiva S5003BX-DN and S5020BX-DN models: Nextiva S5003BX-DN Nextiva S5020BX-DN Imaging Device 1/4” CMOS sensor 1/3” CMOS sensor Picture Elements 640(W) x 480(H) 1600(W) x 1200(H) Day/Night Support Automatic removable IR cut filter Analog Out 1/8” (3. 500mA) Audio In / Mic Built-in Microphone or 1/8” (3. UPnP. PPPoE. with external IR illumination) Compression H. MPEG-4. fps. DHCP. FTP.5mm) jack for external mic. HTTPS.2 (IR cut filter removed. RTSP/RTP/RTCP.6 (shutter speed 1/ 30) 0 lux @ F1. Minimum Illumination 0. with external IR illumination) Configurable 40Kbps to 8Mbps 2 with each stream configurable for resolution.2 (IR cut filter removed.

4 lbs (640g) – does not include the weight of lens Operating Temperature 32°F to 122°F (0°C to 50°C) Humidity 0% to 90% relative.264 fixed body IP camera www.verint.4L x 3. or Internet Explorer 6.com/video_solutions .3af PoE Class 3 Power Consumption 4W (without external load) Physical Dimensions 6L x 2.2H in. non-condensing Lens Mount CS mounts: DC auto-iris.1W x 3. (175L x 90W x 90H mm) — does not include length of lens Management Configuration Nextiva. (153L x 72W x 55H mm) — does not include length of lens Weight 1.264 fixed body IP camera Nextiva S5020BX-DN High-definition H.Nextiva S5000BX Technical Specifications Nextiva S5003BX-DN Serial Nextiva S5020BX-DN 1 RS-485 (2 wires) Power Input Voltage 12V DC.1H in. and manual iris supported Camera Mount 1/4-inch x 20 threaded mounts (top and bottom) Enclosure Will fit in any housing that has internal capacity greater than 6. 24V AC.0 Firmware Upgrade Flash memory for upgrade of application firmware over the network Certification and Regulation USA FCC Part 15 (Subpart B. EN55024) RoHS Compliant Models 81 Nextiva S5003BX-DN H. fixed.8W x 2. Class A) Canada ICES-003/NMB-003 Class A Europe CE marking (EN55022. IEEE 802. SConfigurator.

PPPoE. MJPEG Resolution Scalable from 176 x 128 to 640 x 480 Scalable from 176 x 128 to 1600 x 1200 Frame Rate VGA. IGMP. GSM/ uncompressed Verint Video Intelligence Solutions 82 .2 – 2 MP rated glass 31. UPnP. 1-15fps (30fps @ 720p) Video Bandwidth Max Streams 3-9mm varifocal / auto-iris / F1. MPEG-4. HTTP. with external IR illumination) Configurable 40Kbps to 8Mbps 2 with each stream configurable for resolution. NTP. and compression type Network Interface Ethernet 10/100 Mbps Base-T Connector RJ-45 Protocols IPv4. 500mA) Audio In / Mic Built-in Microphone or 1/8” (3. DNS.8° ~ 77. BNC adapter supplied.3 lux @ F1. IPv6. QoS. CoS.1X Security SSL-based authentication I/O Ports Alarm Input 1 dry contact (configurable NO or NC) Alarm Output 1 relay output (12V DC.264. RTSP/RTP/RTCP. DHCP.2 (IR cut filter removed.0° (horizontal) 23.Appendix A Technical Specifications Nextiva S5000FD Technical Specification The following table presents the technical specifications for the Nextiva S5003FD and S5020FDDN models: Nextiva S5003FD Nextiva S5020FD-DN Imaging Device 1/4” CMOS sensor 1/3” CMOS sensor Picture Elements 640(W) x 480(H) 1600(W) x 1200(H) Day/Night Support Automatic removable IR cut filter (S5020FD-DN only) Lens 3.1° (horizontal) 39.8° ~ 68. SMTP. SNMP and 802.7° ~ 93.5mm) jack.1 lux @ F1.2° ~ 105. HTTPS. FTP.4 53. fps.3-12mm varifocal / auto-iris / F1. 1-30fps 1600 x 1200.5mm) jack for external mic.4° (vertical) 0.4° (vertical) Analog Out 1/8” (3.2 (shutter speed 1/ 5) 0 lux @ F1. TCP/IP. DDNS. Minimum Illumination 0. configurable to NTSC or PAL.6 (shutter speed 1/ 30) Compression H.

Nextiva S5000FD Technical Specification Nextiva S5003FD Nextiva S5020FD-DN Audio Out 1/8” (3. (181L x 116H mm) Weight 1.65 lb (750g) Operating Temperature 32°F to 122°F (0°C to 50°C) Humidity 0% to 90% relative. Class A) Canada ICES-003/NMB-003 Class A Europe CE marking (EN55022. IEEE 802. surface mount (optional recess ceiling mounting kit available) Enclosure Indoor fixed dome enclosure Management Configuration Nextiva. or Internet Explorer 6.264 fixed indoor dome IP camera Accessories IC-S50FD: Indoor recess ceiling mount adapter kit (for use with the S5003FD and S5020FD-DN only) www. SConfigurator. non-condensing Camera Mount Discreet indoor dome.1L x 4.3af PoE Class 3 Power Consumption 5W (without an external load) Physical Dimensions 7.5mm) line out A/V connector (mono) SD Storage SD/SDHC Card Slot. for local/back-up storage (SD card not included) Serial 1 RS-485 (2 wires) Power Input Voltage 12V DC. EN55024) RoHS Compliant Models 83 Nextiva S5003FD H.264 fixed indoor dome IP camera Nextiva S5020FD-DN High-definition H.6H in.com/video_solutions .verint.0 Firmware Upgrade Flash memory for upgrade of application firmware over the network Certification and Regulation USA FCC Part 15 (Subpart B.

HTTP.2 (shutter speed 1/ 5) 0 lux @ F1.264 and 1 x MPEG-4/MJPEG streams (Other options available) Network Interface Ethernet 10/100 Mbps Base-T Connector RJ-45 Protocols TCP/IP. SNMP.1° (horizontal) 39. IGMP. RTSP/RTP/RTCP. with external IR illumination) 1600x1200/15fps (HD720p/ 30fps) 800x600/30fps .all channels Compression H.2° ~ 105.4° (vertical) 0. CoS. SMTP. NTP. UPnP. FPS. UDP/IP. with external IR illumination) Analog Video Output 2 with each stream configurable for resolution. and compression type Performance VGA/30fps . 1-15fps (30fps @ 720p) Video Bandwidth Max Streams 3-9mm varifocal / auto-iris / F1.0° (horizontal) 23.2 – 2 MP rated glass 31.7° ~ 93.8° ~ 68.3 lux @ F1.2 (IR cut filter removed.dual channels Configurable 40Kbps to 8Mbps 2 x H. 1-30fps 1600 x 1200.2 (IR cut filter removed.4 53.3-12mm varifocal / auto-iris / F1. 802. configurable to NTSC or PAL. SSL-based authentication. QoS. HTTPS. DHCP. Minimum Illumination 0. MPEG-4.8° ~ 77. BNC adapter supplied.6 (shutter speed 1/ 30) 0 lux @ F1. IPv6 Security HTTPS.264. password protected. DNS. IPv4.1X Verint Video Intelligence Solutions 84 .5mm) jack.1 lux @ F1.Appendix A Technical Specifications Nextiva S5000FDW Technical Specification The following table presents the technical specifications for the Nextiva S5003FDW-DN and S5020FDW-DN models: Nextiva S5003FDW-DN Nextiva S5020FDW-DN Imaging Device 1/4” CMOS sensor 1/3” CMOS sensor Picture Elements 640(W) x 480(H) 1600(W) x 1200(H) Day/Night Support Automatic removable IR cut filter Lens/Angle of View 3. MJPEG Resolution Scalable from 176 x 128 to 640 x 480 Scalable from 176 x 128 to 1600 x 1200 Frame Rate VGA. FTP.4° (vertical) Analog Out 1/8” (3.

264 IP66 weather proof and vandal-resistant fed dome camera. VGA CMOS sensor.5mm) jack for external mic. 3 to 9mm lens and IR cut filter for true day/night.264 IP66 weather proof and vandal-resistant fixed dome camera. Class A) Canada ICES-003/NMB-003 Class A Europe CE marking (EN55022.verint.8 lb (2200g) Operating Temperature -4°F to 122°F (-20°C to 50°C) Enclosure Camera Mount Vandal dome. 500mA) Audio In / Mic 1/8in (3.7L x 5. 3. IEEE 802.5mm) line out A/V connector (mono) SD Storage SD/SDHC Card Slot. 24V AC. EN55024) RoHS Compliant Models Nextiva S5003FDW-DN H.3af PoE class 3 Power Consumption 4W / 12W under cold temperatures Physical Dimensions 6. surface mount. all-weather IP66. Nextiva S5020FDW-DN High-definition H. 2.0 Firmware Upgrade Flash memory for upgrade of application firmware over the network Certification and Regulation USA FCC Part 15 (Subpart B.3H in. SConfigurator. (170L x 135H mm) Weight 4. GSM/uncompressed Audio Out 1/8” (3. Accessories PS122 85 www.3 to 12mm varifocal lens and automatic IR cut filter for true day/night. optional mounting kits available Management Configuration Nextiva. or Internet Explorer 6.com/video_solutions 12 VDC Efficiency Level V qualified power supply for S5000 Series .0 megapixel CMOS sensor. for local/back-up storage (SD card not included) Serial 1 RS-485 (2 wires) Power Input Voltage 12V DC.Nextiva S5000FDW Technical Specification Nextiva S5003FDW-DN Nextiva S5020FDW-DN I/O Ports Alarm Input 1 dry contact (configurable NO or NC) Alarm Output 1 relay output (12V DC.

Fits with gooseneck bracket. CR-S50FDW Outdoor corner mount adapter for S50xxFDW IP cameras.Appendix A Technical Specifications Nextiva S5003FDW-DN Nextiva S5020FDW-DN PM-S50FDW Pendant mount dome enclosure for outdoor fixed dome S50xxFDW IP cameras PB-S50FDW Pendant mount head junction for outdoor fixed dome S50xxFDW IP cameras PG-S50FDW Pendant gooseneck bracket kit for S50xxFDW IP cameras PP-S50FDW Pendant mount pipes kit for S50xxFDW IP cameras (includes 6 X 9.5mm) pieces) PL-S50FDW Pole mount adapter for S50xxFDW IP cameras. Fits with gooseneck bracket.25in (23. Verint Video Intelligence Solutions 86 .

. . . . . . . . . . . . . The following topcis are discussed: Available Mounting Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .103 . . . . . . . . . . . corner. . . . . . . .95 Installing Mounting Accessories with the Nextiva S5000FDW . . .92 Installing Mounting Accessories with the Nextiva S5000FD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ceiling. . pole and pendant mounting accessories for the Nextiva S5000 IP cameras. . . . . . . . . . . .88 Installing the Nextiva S5000BX in an Outdoor Enclosure .Appendix Installing Mounting Accessories This appendix provides instructions on installing the wall. . . .

Appendix B Installing Mounting Accessories Available Mounting Accessories Verint provides mounting accessories for the different S5000 IP cameras for customized installation based on your requirements. These accessories are available by contacting your Verint Sales representative Accessories for the S5000FD The following table lists the available indoor mounting accessories that are available for the S5000FD models: Camera Model Installation Type Required Accessories S5000FD Wall Mount WM-S50FD Recessed Ceiling Mount IC-S50FD: Indoor recess ceiling mount adapter kit Pendant Mount PM-S50FD Verint Video Intelligence Solutions 88 .

verint.Available Mounting Accessories Accessories for the S5000BX and S5000FDW The following table lists the available Outdoor and Indoor vandal resistant mounting accessories that are available for the S5000BX and S5000FDW models: Camera Model S5000BX S5000FDW 89 Installation Type Enclosure (Outdoor only) Required Accessories HSG1-O-W All All installation types for S5000FDW accessories require the PM-S50FDW Pendant mount dome enclosure Wall Mount (Outdoor and Indoor Vandal Resistant) WM-S50FDW Pendant gooseneck bracket kit www.com/video_solutions .

Appendix B Installing Mounting Accessories Camera Model Installation Type Required Accessories Pendant Mount (Outdoor and Indoor Vandal Resistant) PB-S50FDW Pendant mount head junction PP-S50FDW Pipe Pole Mount (Outdoor and Indoor Vandal Resistant) WM-S50FDW Pendant gooseneck bracket kit PL-S50FDW Pole mount adapter Verint Video Intelligence Solutions 90 .

com/video_solutions .verint.Available Mounting Accessories Camera Model Installation Type Required Accessories Corner Mount (Outdoor and Indoor Vandal Resistant) WM-S50FDW Pendant gooseneck bracket kit CR-S50FDW Outdoor corner mount adapter 91 www.

2.  To install the Nextiva S5000BX models in an outdoor enclosure: 1. Open the outdoor enclosure using the provided allen key. Verint Video Intelligence Solutions 92 .Appendix B Installing Mounting Accessories Installing the Nextiva S5000BX in an Outdoor Enclosure Use the following procedure to install the Nextiva S5000BX in the outdoor enclosure (HSG1-O-W). Remove the plate from the bottom of the enclosure.

56 N-m). Attach the plate to the Nextiva S5000BX with the provided screws using a torque of 5 in-lb (0.Installing the Nextiva S5000BX in an Outdoor Enclosure 93 3. 4.com/video_solutions . Attach the plate to the enclosure www.verint.

Route the cables in the enclosure with the provided grommets. Verint Video Intelligence Solutions 94 .Appendix B Installing Mounting Accessories 5. NOTE: Use silicone to seal all holes to ensure that the outdoor enclosure remains waterproof.

www.com/video_solutions . Remove the dome cover from the Nextiva S5000FD using the supplied screwdriver.Installing Mounting Accessories with the Nextiva S5000FD Installing Mounting Accessories with the Nextiva S5000FD Use the following procedure to install the Nextiva S5000FD with the available mounting accessories.verint. 95  To install the Nextiva S5000FD models pendant with a standard pipe: 1.

Route the cables through the pipe adaptor of the pendant mount kit.Appendix B Installing Mounting Accessories 2. Connect the cables to the camera and install the camera with the supplied screws using a torque of 5 in-lb (0. 3. Attach the dome cover to the camera Verint Video Intelligence Solutions 96 .56 N-m). Install the pendant mount kit to the pipe. 4.

com/video_solutions .Installing Mounting Accessories with the Nextiva S5000FD 97  To install the Nextiva S5000FD on a wall: 1.verint. www. Remove the dome cover from the Nextiva S5000FD using the supplied screwdriver.

5. Install the wall mount kit with the supplied screws and nuts using a torque of 5 in-lb (0. 3. Connect the cables to the Nextiva S5000FD. Attach the assembly to the wall.56 Nm). Attach the dome cover to the camera 6. Verint Video Intelligence Solutions 98 . 4. Route the cables through the opening of the wall mount plate.Appendix B Installing Mounting Accessories 2.

com/video_solutions . Remove the dome cover from the Nextiva S5000FD using the supplied screwdriver. www.verint.Installing Mounting Accessories with the Nextiva S5000FD 99  To install the Nextiva S5000FD on the ceiling using the recess ceiling mount kit: 1.

Hexagonal Standoffs Verint Video Intelligence Solutions 100 . Remove the hexagonal standoffs in the bottom of the recess kit.Appendix B Installing Mounting Accessories 2.

6.verint. Adjustment Screws Tabs 101 5.Installing Mounting Accessories with the Nextiva S5000FD 3. www.com/video_solutions . Feed the cables through the hole and mount the camera to the ceiling. 4. Turn the adjustment screws counter-clockwise to fold the tabs. Attach the supplied ceiling hole template sticker to the ceiling. Attach the recess ceiling mount kit to the Nextiva S5000FD.

8.Appendix B Installing Mounting Accessories 7. Turn the adjustment screws clockwise to secure the tabs to the ceiling. Verint Video Intelligence Solutions 102 . Rotate the black cover inside the dome to fit the lens shooting direction.

Attach the pendant pipes (PL-S50FDW) together to create the desired length. 5. Drill four pilot holes. 7. www. 103  To install the Nextiva S5000FDW on the ceiling using the pendant mount: 1.com/video_solutions .Installing Mounting Accessories with the Nextiva S5000FDW Installing Mounting Accessories with the Nextiva S5000FDW Use the following procedures to install the Nextiva S5000FDW with the available mounting accessories. 6. Route the cables inside the enclosure (PM-S50FDW). Attach the pendant pipes (PL-S50FDW) to the pendant head (PB-S50FDW). 4. 2. 3. Attach the pendant head (PB-S50FDW) to the ceiling and pass the necessary cables through the pendant head (PB-S50FDW). Place the pendant head (PB-S50FDW) in the desired location on the ceiling and mark the holes for the screws.verint. Remove dome cover from the Nextiva S5000FDW IP camera using the supplied torx key to loosen the three screws.

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8.

Connect the wires with the camera.

9.

Roll the harness cable into the dome enclosure (PM-S50FDW).

10. Place the in the dome enclosure (PM-S50FDW) and rotate it until the mounting holes are
aligned.
11. Secure the to the dome enclosure (PM-S50FDW) with a Philips screwdriver using the
provided three screws.
12. Rotate the black cover inside the dome cover to fit the lens shooting direction.
13. Attach the dome enclosure (PM-S50FDW) to the pendant pipe (PL-S50FDW).

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To install the Nextiva S5000FDW with the dome accessories:

1.

Select the type of installation you want to perform:

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Install the Nextiva S5000FDW in a corner using the corner bracket
1)

Place the corner bracket (CR-S50FDW) in the desired location and mark the holes
for the screws.

2)

Drill four pilot holes.

3)

Attach the gooseneck bracket (WM-S50FDW) to the corner bracket (CR-S50FDW).

4)

Attach the kit to the wall and route the cables through the kit.

Install the Nextiva S5000FDW on a pole using the pole mount
1)

Pass the stainless steel belts through the holes in PL-S50FDW Pole mount adapter.

2)

Attach the silicone stoppers to all unused holes on the PL-S50FDW Pole mount
adapter.

3)

Attach the gooseneck bracket (WM-S50FDW) to the pole mount adaptor (PLS50FDW).

4)

Fasten the kit to the pole and tighten the stainless steel belts and route the cables
through the kit.

Install the Nextiva S5000FDW on a wall using the gooseneck bracket
1)

Place the gooseneck bracket (WM-S50FDW) in the desired location on the wall and
mark the holes for the screws.

2)

Drill four pilot holes.

3)

Route the cables through the gooseneck bracket (WM-S50FDW).

4)

Attach the gooseneck bracket (WM-S50FDW) to the wall.

2.

Attach the dome enclosure (PM-S50FDW) to the gooseneck bracket (WM-S50FDW).

3.

Route the cables inside the dome through the accessory.

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4.

Remove dome cover from the Nextiva S5000FDW IP camera using the supplied torx key to
loosen the three screws.

5.

Connect the wires with the camera.

6.

Roll the harness cable into the dome enclosure (PM-S50FDW).

7.

Place the in the dome enclosure (PM-S50FDW) and rotate it until the mounting holes are
aligned.

8.

Secure the to the dome enclosure (PM-S50FDW) with a Philips screwdriver using the
provided three screws.

9.

Rotate the black cover inside the dome cover to fit the lens shooting direction.

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See IP address.1x 50 Digital Input Diagram 6 Digital Output Diagram 6 Discovering IP Cameras 56 Downgrade Of Firmware 53 E EAP Method Selecting 52 Selecting EAP-PEAP 52 Selecting TLS 52 Enabling IEEE 802. Adjusting Field of View 26 Adjusting Focus 26 APIPA 32 IP Address 32 APIPA addressing scheme 32 Assigning Access Rights and Priority 65 Assigning IP Camera to Recording Profile 60 C Configuring Access Rights Access Rights Configuring 37 Adding Users 39 Deleting Users 39 Setting User Privileges 38 UpdatingUsers 38 Configuring Image Settings 40 Configuring IP Camera In Nextiva Event Manager 65 Configuring Recording SD Cards 47 Configuring S5000 Adapter 55 Configuring Sensor Settings 42 Configuring Video Mode 58 Connecting the IP Cameras S5000BX Models 12 S5000FD Models 16 S5000FDW Models 22 Contents of Package 10 D Defining the Video Profile 59 Deleting Users 39 DHCP 32 IP Address 32 Diagram Digital Input 6 Digital Output 6 Digital Certificate Obtaining for IEEE 802. 67 Hardware Reset Verint Video Intelligence Solutions 108 . IP.1x 50 Obtaining Digital Certificate 50 Enabling ActiveX 36 F Field of View Adjusting 26 Firmware Downgrading 53 Updating 53 Using SConfigurator 53 Focus Adjusting 26 Formatting SD Cards 47 Frame Rate Supported 8 Supported with Nextiva 67 H Hardware Overview 2 S5000BX 2 S5000FD 4 S5000FDW 5 Hardware Performance 8.Index A Access Rights Configuring Adding Users 39 Deleting Users 39 Setting User Privileges 38 Updating Users 38 Access Rights and Priority Assigning 65 Accessing Home Page 36 Enabling ActiveX 36 ActiveX Enabling 36 Adding Users 39 address.

1x Support 50 Obtaining IP Address 32 Overview Hardware 2 S5000BX 2 S5000FD 4 S5000FDW 5 P Package Contents 10 Performance Hardware 8.1x Enabling 50 Obtaining Digital Certificate 50 Image Settings Configuring 40 Installing the IP Cameras 11 S5000BX Models 11 S5000FD Models 14 S5000FDW Models 18 IP Address 32 Obtaining 32 IP address APIPA 32 temporary 32 IP Cameras Connecting S5000BX Models 12 S5000FD Models 16 S5000FDW Models 22 Discovering 56 Installing 11 S5000BX Models 11 S5000FD Models 14 S5000FDW Models 18 L LED Indicators Understanding 7 M Managing SD Cards 47 Configuring Recording 47 Formatting 47 Search Recordings 48 Motion Detection Setup 77 109 www.verint.com/video_solutions N Nextiva Control Center Discovering IP Cameras 56 Nextiva Event Manager Configuring IP Camera 65 Nextiva VMS Configuring S5000 Adapter 55 O Obtaining Digital Certificate IEEE 802.Reset Hardware 6 Home Page Accessing 36 Enabling ActiveX 36 I IEEE 802. 67 R Recording Configuring SD Cards 47 Recording Profile Assigning an IP Camera 60 Recordings Search SD Cards 48 S S5000 Adapter Configuring 55 S5000BX Models Connecting 12 Hardware Overview 2 Installing 11 Technical Specifications 80 S5000FD Models Connecting 16 Hardware Overview 4 Installing 14 Technical Specifications 82 S5000FDW Models .

Connecting 22 Hardware Overview 5 Installing 18 Technical Specifications 84 SConfigurator Updating Firmware 53 SD Card Support 6 SD Cards Managing 47 Configuring Recording 47 Formatting 47 Search Recordings Search Recordings SD Cards 48 Selecting EAP Method 52 EAP-PEAP 52 EAP-TLS 52 Sensor Settings Configuring 42 Setting User Privileges 38 Setup Motion Detection 77 Support SD Card 6 Defining 59 W Web Page Accessing 36 Enabling ActiveX 36 T Technical Specifications S5000BX Models 80 S5000FD Models 82 S5000FDW Models 84 U Understanding LED Indicators 7 Updating Firmware 53 Using SConfigurator 53 updating firmware 53 Updating Users 38 User Privileges Setting 38 Users Adding 39 Deleting 39 Updating 38 V Video Mode Configuring 58 Video Profile Verint Video Intelligence Solutions 110 .

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