To connect over PoE/Network, connect one end of the network cable to one of the eight provided ports on the back of the NVR. Up to eight cameras can be connected using PoE. The NVR will automatically add any 4000 Series SecureCom camera that is connected to one of the eight PoE ports. When using PoE, no power cable is needed.

Contents

For more information about connecting specific cameras to the SecureCom NVR, refer to the appropriate Video Installation Guide.

Camera Configuration

Refer to the following information for the configuration details of specific camera models.

V-4061DB Admin Verification

For the V-4061DB Doorbell, the password is the verification code that is on the doorbell’s label found under the cover below the serial number.

V-4060DB Admin Verification

For the V-4060DB Doorbell, the password is a combination of the word “admin” followed by the verification code that is on the doorbell’s label found under the cover below the serial number. As an example, if the verification code is ILGWQM then the password would be adminILGWQM.

5000 Series Default Passwords

For V-5012B or V-5052D cameras with lower than D3.2.1_20200818_DMP firmware and V-5014B or V-5054D cameras with lower than D4.2.1_20200818_DMP firmware, the default password is scw12345user.

For V-5012B and V-5052D cameras with firmware Version D3.2.1_20200818_DMP and higher or V-5014B and V-5054D cameras with firmware Version D4.2.1_20200818_DMP and higher, the default password is scw plus the last six alphanumeric characters in the camera’s MAC address. As an example, if the MAC address 1A:2B:3C:4D:5E:6F, the default password is scw4D5E6F.

Default Usernames and Passwords

Model Management port Protocol Username Password
V-4022C 8000 Hikvision admin blank
V-4052D 8000 Hikvision admin blank
V-4061DB 8000 Hikvision admin verification code (See above)
V-4060DB 8000 ONVIF admin admin + verification code (See above)
V-4072MD 8000 Hikvision admin blank
V-5012B* 80 ONVIF scwuser scw12345user or scw + [last 6 of MAC uppercase]
V-5014B* 80 ONVIF scwuser scw12345user or scw + [last 6 of MAC uppercase]
V-5052D* 80 ONVIF scwuser scw12345user or scw + [last 6 of MAC uppercase]
V-5054D* 80 ONVIF scwuser scw12345user or scw + [last 6 of MAC uppercase]

*Default password depends on firmware version. Refer to 5000 Series Default Passwords for more information.

4000 Series: Connect a Camera Directly to the NVR

On the NVR monitor, make sure Plug and Play is selected as the adding method for the port that you want the camera to use. No further configuration is required.

5000 Series: Connect a Camera Directly to the NVR

When connecting a 5000 Series camera directly to the NVR, you’ll need to start by configuring the camera with a static IP address before connecting the camera directly to the NVR.

Set Up a Static IP

  1. On the NVR monitor, right-click in the window and select Menu. Enter the username and password that you used during activation.
  2. Select Camera to open the Camera Management window. Find the NVR camera port that you want to connect the camera to and record its IP address.
    Note: This IP address may be in a different address range than other IP addresses used on the network.
  3. Connect the camera to the local network.
  4. Using the camera’s MAC address, determine the IP that the camera is currently using.
  5. Open a web browser and enter the camera’s IP address.
  6. Enter the camera’s default username and password.
  7. Go to Network > Network Settings.
  8. In Network Type, select Static.
  9. In IP setup, enter the IP address the NVR assigned to the port that you want to use.
  10. Change the gateway address to the first address on the NVR’s subnet: 192.168.254.1.
  11. Press Apply. Disconnect the camera from the network, then connect it to the NVR port that you want to use.

Add the Camera to the NVR

  1. On the NVR monitor, right-click in the window and select Menu.
  2. Select Camera to open the Camera Management window.
  3. Select Edit to open the Edit IP Camera window.
  4. Set the Adding Method to Manual.
  5. Use the information from Table 1 to set the Management Port and Protocol, then enter the username and password.
  6. Press OK. The NVR attempts to connect to the camera.

Connect a Camera over Network to the NVR

  1. On the NVR monitor, choose Manual as the method to add a 4000 Series camera, a V-4060DB doorbell, or a 5000 Series camera.
  2. Open a web browser and enter the camera’s IP address.
  3. Enter the camera’s default username and password.
  4. Use the information from Table 1 to set the Management Port and Protocol.
  5. Select the Channel Port and Transfer Protocol, then enter the username and password.
  6. Press OK. The NVR attempts to connect to the camera.

Add an ONVIF Camera in Dealer Admin

  1. Find the customer and select the relevant account number.
  2. In Video, find the NVR and select Edit.
  3. To add the camera, select Add.
  4. Enter the camera’s name and IP port.
  5. Select the type from Camera Type.
  6. Press Save.