Setup Guide

MiCOVID CAM Setup Guide

1. Product Overview

1.1 Product Introduction

MiCOVID CAM AI thermal detector MCC-TD01-G adopts the new AI chipset, large thermal sensor array, and latest algorithm, providing the cutting-edge face recognition and body temperature detection, with ability to detect wearing the mask. MCC-TD01-G can identify a human’s forehead automatically from a distance of 1 – 4 Feet away to get ±0.3℃ high accuracy body temperature within 0.05second.

This quick start guide will cover the common features, device setup, and settings configurations for a basic setup of the MiCOVID CAM.

1.2 Product Functions

  • Proximity wake-up activation: the device is automatically activated when a person approaches.
  • 7-inch touch screen: displays the software interface, operation guidance and face frame. Performs real-time face detection (supports local video preview).
  • 2 million pixel binocular wide angle camera.
  • Anti-fake function for pictures and videos.
  • Facial recognition distance of up to 1 meter, for a height range of 1.4m to 1.9m.
  • Use of deep learning algorithms to support a capacity of 50,000 faces. Fast recognition with a higher recognition rate.
  • Storage of up to 50,000 events.
  • Multiple authentication methods.
  • Facial comparison time ≤ 0.5s/person. Recognition rate ≥99.9%.
  • Support for importing of card and facial data to devices through TCP/IP transmission or USB interfaces.
  • Uploading of data through the internet.
  • Stand-alone operation in offline mode.
  • Local login for managing, searching and configuring device parameters.

1.3 Wiring instructions

The wiring instructions are shown in the table below:

Precautions:

1). Pin 4 (12V out), current limit output 1A, load beyond power, will cause panel machine hardware damage.

2). Pin 2 (LOCK_NONC_12V), current limit output 800mA, beyond the power of the latch access, will cause panel machine hardware damage.

3). Pin 2 (LOCK_NONC_12V) and pin 3 (GND), please do not short-circuit, otherwise it will cause hardware damage to the panel machine.

4). Pin 1 (PUSHOUT) and pin 4 (12V out), please do not short-circuit, otherwise it will cause hardware damage to the terminal.

1.4 Connect the device to PC

Connect the network cable via RJ45(Ethernet Cable) to your PC directly or router.

The default IP address of device is 192.168.1.100, and it supports DHCP as default mode.

  1. If there is a router, you can connect the device to router via RJ45 cable. Then you will get the current IP address on the TFT screen, then search this device via your PC’s ARfacemanger (You PC should be in the same router).
  2. If there is a wireless router. You can only add the 168.1.*** IP segment in Advanced as the following pictures. And connect the device to your PC directly, then search and set it via ARFacemanager.

Open Network and Sharing center on PC:

A new network LAN connection should appear, Click the link for the Local Area Connection # that is assigned to your PC, follow Properties:

 

Select ‘Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)’ and Press Properties

Modify the IP properties below:

 

  1. Turn off firewall on your PC Windows 10 OS). After you configure you PC, you can turn the firewall back on again. This only affects the search of the IP address for the device.

2. ARFaceManager

You can set up and operate your device through client ARFaceManager.exe. This chapter introduces the functions and operating procedures for using basic features of the tool.

Connecting to the Camera

Navigate to the ‘Device Manage’ tab with the ARFaceManager tool.

Select the ‘Add Device’ Button, then select ‘Manual Add’

 

Fill in the IP field with ‘192.168.1.100’, Provide a Custom name and Position then select ‘Confirm’

You should be prompted with a login access, by default the credentials are as follows:

 

Username: admin

Password: admin123456

Once added the device will appear in your list:

 

From here you can begin to manage your device settings:

2.1 Configuration Parameters

2.1.1 IP Settings

Found under “Device Param” Tab

 

  • DHCP mode

Setting is not needed; you can get the IP address directly when you connect the RJ45 cable to router.

The IP address will display at the bottom of Screen of device.

  • Static IP address settings
  1. Check “Directly”. Uncheck “Enable DHCP”.
  2. Configure unified IP address, Subnet Mask and DNS information, you can change the IP address as required. Check “Reboot after setting”.

The default IP address is 192.168.1.100.

  1. Select “Set”. The parameters will be synchronized to the device.

2.1.2 WIFI Setting

Found under “Device Param” Tab

Connecting the Camera to a WIFI network.

  1. Select Network Mode “Wireless Lan”.
  2. Input the WIFI SSID and Password. Then select “Set”. The parameters will be synchronized to the device.

After you disconnect the LAN cable it will display WLAN IP address on the bottom right corner of the screen, otherwise it will alternate displaying the LAN and WLAN IP address.

2.1.3 Common Setting

Found under “Algorithm Snapshot” Tab

  • Temperature Measuring Setting
  • Enable or Disable Temperature Measurements. By Default, this Setting is Enabled.
  • Enable or Disable Show Infrared Image. By Default, this Setting is Enabled. The Infrared Image appears at the Top Left of the Screen.

 

  • Attribute Analysis
  • Enable or Disable Attribute Analysis. By Default, this Setting is Enabled which is required for Temperature and Mask Attribute Analysis.
  • Enable or Disable Temperature Attribute. By Default, this Setting is Enabled which is required for Temperature alerting.
  • Enable or Disable Mask Attribute. By Default, this Setting is Enabled for Face Mask detection alerting.

 

  • Other Setting
  • Enable or Disable FacialAE. By Default, the facial recognition under back-lighting environment is enabled.
  • Enable or Disable Store Attend Log. This setting will allow for the camera to save and facial detected image captures to the PC. By Default, this Setting is Enabled.

2.1.4  Panel Parameters

Found under “Algorithm Snapshot” Tab

·       UI Param

  • Enable or Disable Showing IP Address. By Default, this is Enabled which will show the direct LAN and WLAN IP addresses in the lower right corner of the screen.
  • Enable or Disable Showing MAC Address. By Default, this is Enabled which will show the cameras MAC address in the lower left corner of the screen.
  • Enable or Disable Showing of Temperature. By Default, this is Enabled which will show the Persons forehead temperature on the screen.

·       Temperature Unit

User can select Temperature units in Fahrenheit or Celsius. The Lower and Upper limit temperature value for alarming.

·       Volume

Volume can be adjusted for Audible alerts from 0-100.

3. Storing Images to Local Machine

To enable saving of images to your local PC

  1. Navigate to the “Video Preview” pane in the ARFaceManager.
  2. Select “Live Preview”, Select the Camera of the previously added IP Address. You should then see a live video feed.
  3. Ensure the “Save Snap” is set to “Yes” in the lower left corner of the tool.

  1. Photographs of patrons will be located at the directory where the ARFacetool is located under the cameras IP address à Example:


4. MiCOVID CAM Web Manager

If you have configured your local network adaptor (steps from section 1.4), you can access, manage and configure the MiCOVID CAM with out the need for ARFaceManager tool.

  1. Open Internet Web Browser. Enter the following URL:

http://192.168.1.100:8080

By default the credential is:

Username: admin

Password: admin123456

Many of the same settings from ARFaceManager from section 2.1 can be accessed and adjusted: