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CCTV system admin default login and password

UPDATE AS OF 01.03.2021.

 

 

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1. Introduction
2. EX series EXTENDERS
3. VILUX monitors
4. HC and SG series camera traps
5. CCTV testers
6. ALTO code locks, fingerprint scanners
7. AUTONE recorders and cameras
8. UNIARCH / UNIVIEW recorders and cameras
9. FLEX, GEMINI, GT recorders and cameras
10. POLAR recorders
11. RAPID recorders
12. SMART recorders
13. HN1, HN2, HYBRO recorders and cameras
14. LUMENA and OMEGA series cameras
15. RC recorders
16. APTI cameras and recorders
17. DAHUA cameras and recorders
18. HIKVISION cameras and recorders
19. BCS cameras and recorders 


 

1. Introduction

 

Safety is one of the basic requirements for any visual monitoring system. With the developments in technology and rise in popularity of visual systems and customer expectations, a need to effectively prevent unauthorised access to the system also arises. The network device manufacturers create new user authentication methods utilising the latest IT trends. Quite often, the system admin may lose access as a result of forgotten password. This article is a quick guide for CCTV network admins collecting information about the login methods for recorders and IP cameras and restoring the default settings of devices available in DELTA offer.

 

Before we move on to the practical instructions, let’s begin with an introduction.

 

The descriptions include the default IP addresses, logins and passwords with instructions to restore access, as well as some notes. Before using any network devices and dedicated apps for scanning IP addresses or ports, a subnet must be added to the computer’s network adapter.

 

Before the initial device configuration, it is recommended to assign a specific e-mail address and export the initial settings (where possible). It will allow to quickly restore access to the admin account if the password is lost again.

 

DELTA is not liable for any damage resulting from using the information provided in this article. User is liable for any damage caused by using the methods provided.

 

The guide includes links to the dedicates apps described in the article, also available to download as a ZIP archive (379MB).

 

Apart from the dedicated software, you will also need a free app "ONVIF Device Manager v2.2.250". The app allows to manage, configure and restore the default settings of cameras with ONVIF protocol. The app is also available as an integral part of a multi-function software for CS series CCTV cameras available in DELTA offer.

 

Using the default login and password, "admin", or without logging in (empty login and password field), you can hard reset many camera models without generating any codes or sending the devices to the service centre.
NOTE! The method for restoring the default settings in the app depends on the camera firmware version.

 

Photo 1-2. Restoring the default settings in APTI camera in ONVIF app of CS-H8F-70HQ tester.

 

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Photo 6. Using the hard reset function in "ONVIF Device Manager" to restore the default settings of APTI camera (Windows version).

 

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2. EX series EXTENDERS

 

 

Photo 7. HDMI-EX-120 Ver. 2 Extender interface.

 

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3. VILUX monitors

 

 

Photo 8. Entering the advanced settings in VMT-155M monitor.

 

Photo 9. Restoring the default settings of VILUX monitor.

 

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4. HC and SG series camera traps

 

 

Photo 10. Information required for password reset for HC-MG984G-36M.

 

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5. CCTV testers

 

 

Photo 11. Restoring the default settings of CS-H8F-70H tester.

 

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6. ATLO code locks and fingerprint scanners

 

 

Fig. 1. Using Exit Buton to restore the default settings in ATLO-KRM-512.

 

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7. AUTONE recorders and cameras

 

 

Photo 12. ATE-D04SD-T2 recorder login screen.

 

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8. UNIARCH / UNIVIEW recorders and cameras

 

 

Photo 13. UNIARCH restore default setting screen.

 

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9. FLEX, GEMINI, GT recorders and cameras

 

 

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10. POLAR recorders

 

 

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11. RAPID recorders

 

 

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12. SMART recorders

 

 

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13. HN1, HN2, HYBRO recorders and cameras

 

 

Variant 1

 

Photo 14. Getting the current date in HYRBO recorder.

 

Variant 2

 

Photo 15. Getting the Safe Code in HYRBO recorder.

 

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14. LUMENA and OMEGA series cameras

 

 

Variant A

 

Method 1:The default settings can be restored by installing a dedicated app for searching and configuring cameras IPWizardIII_2.1.1 (2.5MB).

Start device scan (1), select the camera (2), get the verification code (3), contact Service Department at: serwis@delta.poznan.pl. In your request, include the camera model and "Verification Code".

Caution! Do not disconnect the device and do not close the app until the return code is received!

Enter the code into "Authorization code" field (4) and click "Clear password".

 

Photo 16. Getting the Verification Code for OMEGA and LUMENA cameras.

 

Method 2: Use "Onvif Device Manager" and enter the following credentials LOGIN:-empty- PASSWORD:-empty-. In "Maintenance" tab select "Hard reset".

 

Photo 17. Using Onvif Device Manager app for OMEGA and LUMENA cameras.

 

Method 3: Similar procedure can be used in "ONVIF" for CS-xx testers.

Note: After the factory settings are restored without "KEEP IP" item selected, the camera IP address may change to: 192.168.1.100.

 

Photo 18. Restoring the default OMEGA and LUMENA camera settings using CS-H8F-70HQ tester.

 

Variant B

 

Install the dedicated app TestTool_v2.0.3.6906 (2.9MB) and search for your camera.

Make a screenshot or take a picture of the app screen with the camera found. Send a request for password reset including the screenshot/picture to the Service Department serwis@delta.poznan.pl.

Login to the camera using super_admin login and the temporary password. Set a new admin password.

 

Photo 19. Restoring the default settings in cameras with dark login screen.

 

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15. RC recorders

 

 

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16. APTI recorders and cameras

 

 

Method 1 - Variant A: 

Photo 21-24. Exporting and importing the file when restoring the default settings in Search Tool app for APTI devices (cameras and recorders with the latest firmware).

 

Method 1 - Variant B: 

Photo 25-26. Exporting and importing the file when restoring the default APTI recorder settings (example 6 firmware version).

 

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Method 1 - Variant C: 

Photo 28-29. Restoring the admin account password using the dynamic password (example 9 firmware version).

 

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Method 2: 

Photo 32-33. Hard reset using switches on the cable and on the APTI camera module.

 

Photo 34. Example use of RESET/HARD RESET switch on APTI-N6408-4KS3 recorder.

 

Method 3: 

Photo 35. Example use of "ONVIF" app and CS-H8F-70H tester for resetting APTI-350C2-28WP camera.

 

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17. DAHUA recorders and cameras

 

 

Method 1: 

Photo 36-37. Restoring the default settings in DAHUA recorder using DMSS app.

 

(*) Enter the e-mail address you want to receive the admin password reset code to.

 

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Method 2-3:

 

Using a switch and Jumper reset for cameras.

 

Photo 40-41. Using a switch and Jumper reset to restore the default settings in DAHUA cameras.
Detailed photos provided by DAHUA .

 

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(*) Restoring the default settings: press and hold "RESET" for 30 seconds.

 

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Method 2-3:

 

Using the switch and Jumper reset in DAHUA recorders.

 

Photo 53. Restoring the default DAHUA recorder settings using Jumper reset.

 

Photo 54. Restoring the default DAHUA recorder settings using the switch.

 

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18. HIKVISION recorders and cameras

 

 

Variant A – for cameras and recorders

 

Photo 55-56. Restoring the default settings in HIKVISION devices using SADP app (variant A for recorders with firmware versions from 3.1.6, inclusive and cameras with firmware version from 5.3.0, inclusive).

 

Photo 57-58.

 

Variant B – for recorders

 

Photo 59. Restoring the default settings in HIKVISION recorder (variant B for firmware version older than 3.1.6).

 

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Variant B – for IP cameras

 

Photo 63. Restoring the default settings in HIKVISION camera (variant B for firmware version older than 5.3.0).

 

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Photo 65. Hard reset using a switch in HIKVISION camera modules.

 

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19. BCS recorders and cameras

 

 

Method 1: 

Restoring the default settings in cameras and recorders using BCS Line app.

 

Photo 66-67. Using BCS Line app to reset the password.

 

(*) Enter the e-mail address you want to receive the admin password reset code to.

 

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Method 2: 

Switches in BCS camera modules.

 

Photo 73-74. Hard reset using a switch in BCS camera modules.

 

Method 3: 

Using a switch on BCS recorders.

 

Photo 75. Example use of the RESET/HARD RESET switch on BCS-NVR16045ME-P-II recorder.

 

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