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How to compare (D/N) day and night version network camera and standard network camera?

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Comparison of IR filter with M7 network cameras, CAM1 and CAM3 snapshots were taken at same time by different cameras.

Day and night version network camera with IR filter:

CAM1 with IR filter for day and night version –

M7 network camera with IR filter 1

M7 network camera with IR filter 2

M7 network camera with IR filter 3

CAM3 without IR filter for standard version –

M7 network camera without IR filter 1

M7 network camera without IR filter 3

M7 network camera without IR filter 3

CAM3 without IR filter for standard version –

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September 26th, 2010 at 4:32 pm

How to adjust lens focus using M7-CX550WS/M7-CX550WS-IR lens base?

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Step 1. Tools and M7-CX550WS /M7-CX550WS-IR network camera

Tools - Jewelry screw drivers

M7-CX550WS/M7-CX550WS-IR network camera

Step 2. To adjust lens base instruction for 3 snapshots.

Release pin hole for adjustment

Release lens base

Tie up lens base

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September 25th, 2010 at 10:04 pm

How to check your DirectX version on your PC?

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How to check your DirectX version is DirectX 9.0 or better?

Go to Start and click on “Run”:
Type “dxdiag”, then click on OK

Run dxdiag

DirectX Diagnostic Tool will pop up in the following snapshot:

DirectX Diagnostic Tool

DirectX End-User Runtimes (June 2010) download link:

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?displaylang=en&FamilyID=3b170b25-abab-4bc3-ae91-50ceb6d8fa8d

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September 22nd, 2010 at 1:01 am

Microphone for Microseven network camera

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Microphone for Microseven network camera:

tested speakers in our lab

microphone tested in our labe

wires connected for microphone and speakers

m7cms GUI

M7IE GUI

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September 20th, 2010 at 1:23 am

No PTZ preset is on M7-RD550PTWS network camera

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No PTZ preset is available on M7-RD550PTWS network camera.

PTZ preset is available on model number:

M7-HSDDNWS-18X
M7-HSDDNWS-26X
M7-PTZDWS-22X
M7-PTZDWS-18X

16 GB SD SDHC memory card is working just fine on M7-RC550WS network camera

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A UK customer had a 4 GB SD memory card to start off upgraded to a 16 GB SD SDHC memory card (Kingston), and all working just fine.

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September 16th, 2010 at 10:22 pm

Where can I download updated firmware?

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Go to http://www.microseven.com, then click on downloads button on the top menu. You need to log in to your account to download updated firmware.

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September 15th, 2010 at 11:17 pm

How to flip image on M7-CX550WS network camera?

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Step 1: setup M7-CX550WS network camera. Use a screw driver to unscrew 2 screws from bracket base on camera end.

snapshot 1 - flip image - M7-CX550WS network camera

snapshot 2 - flip image - M7-CX550WS network camera

Step 2: There are two holes on the camera both sides, up and bottom. You can switch bracket base moving from up to the bottom side of the camera.

snapshot 3 - flip image - M7-CX550WS network camera

snapshot 4 - flip image - M7-CX550WS network camera

snapshot 5 - flip image - M7-CX550WS network camera

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September 14th, 2010 at 2:12 pm

How to flip video image upside down for M7-RD550PTWS?

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Step 1: hold camera shell with your two hands, and pull up the shell from camera base.

Snapshot 1 - M7-RD550PTWS network camera - vertically flip camera lens

Step 2: Pull up camera shell from camera base.

Snapshot 2 - M7-RD550PTWS network camera - vertically flip camera lens

Snapshot 3 - M7-RD550PTWS network camera - vertically flip camera lens

Step 3: untied pins from lens base for both ends.

Snapshot 4 - M7-RD550PTWS network camera - vertically flip camera lens

Snapshot 5 - M7-RD550PTWS network camera - vertically flip camera lens

Step 4: unscrew lens’ board (there are two screws one on the top and another at bottom).

Snapshot 6 - M7-RD550PTWS network camera - vertically flip camera lens

Step 5: Cut plastic cable ties (note: when you install them back, you have to use same size cable ties, Home Depot should have them).

Snapshot 7 - M7-RD550PTWS network camera - vertically flip camera lens

Step 6: Unscrew another screw from lens support. (it is the second screw, there are two screws only, one at the top and another at the bottom).

Snapshot 8 - M7-RD550PTWS network camera - vertically flip camera lens

Step 7: Take lens cover from lens board carefully.

Snapshot 9 - M7-RD550PTWS network camera - vertically flip camera lens

Snapshot 10 - M7-RD550PTWS network camera - vertically flip camera lens

Step 8: After flip lens board upside down, you need to install lens board back to pan and tilt base. Make sure shell with 4 clips and need to match the pins on the camera base.

Snapshot 11 - M7-RD550PTWS network camera - vertically flip camera lens

Snapshot 12 - M7-RD550PTWS network camera - vertically flip camera lens

Snapshot 13 - M7-RD550PTWS network camera - vertically flip camera lens

Snapshot 14 - M7-RD550PTWS network camera - vertically flip camera lens

Step 9: Set it up.

Snapshot 15 - M7-RD550PTWS network camera - vertically flip camera lens

Step 10: DONE

Snapshot 16 - M7-RD550PTWS network camera - vertically flip camera lens

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September 14th, 2010 at 1:35 pm

How to install outdoor enclosure M7-EX12 input power cord 110V/220V?

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Step 1: get a 100 / 240V AC power cord. One end is connected to power 100/240V AC and another end is connected to power supply 12V DC adapter in the enclosure.

M7-EX12 external power 100/240V AC

Step 2: connect power cord the plastic connector with screw driver, and tied them up. It is AC power source, there is not need to distinguish positive and negative.

AC power connect to

AC power connect to

Note: It is very dangers if the power cord is loosen for high-voltage electricity, please it would be better to be well packed by insulation tape.

Connected

Step 3: connect 12V DC power to M7-CX550WS from power adapter in enclosure.

M7-CX550WS network camera

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September 13th, 2010 at 11:56 am

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