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Table of Contents
1
Safety
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1.1
Safety precautions
7
1.2
Important safety instructions
7
1.3
Important Notices
9
1.4
FCC and UL
11
1.5
Bosch notices
12
2
Introduction
13
2.1
Digital video recorder applications
13
2.1.1
Versions
13
2.1.2
Manuals
13
2.1.3
Features
14
2.2
Unpacking
14
2.2.1
Package contents
14
2.3
Installation environment
15
2.3.1
Mounting
15
2.3.2
Ventilation
15
2.3.3
Temperature
15
2.3.4
Power Supply
15
2.3.5
Environment
15
2.4
Associated equipment
15
2.5
Warranty
15
3
Quick install
16
3.1
Connections
16
3.1.1
Primary connections
16
3.1.2
Optional connections
16
3.1.3
Powering up
16
3.2
First-time use
17
3.3
Quick install menu
18
3.3.1
International
18
3.3.2
Continuous Recording
19
3.3.3
Network
20
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Hardware setup
21
4.1
Camera connections
21
4.2
Audio connections
21
4.3
Monitor connections
22
4.3.1
VGA (Monitor A)
22
4.3.2
CVBS
22
4.4
RS-232 COM port connections
23
4.5
Ethernet connection
24
4.6
RS485 port
24
4.7
USB connectors
25
4.8
External alarm I/O connection
25
4.9
Power supply
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Maintenance
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5
Operating instructions
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5.1
Front panel controls
27
5.1.1
Keys
28
5.1.2
Indicators
29
5.2
Mouse Controls
30
5.3
Remote control
31
5.4
Viewing pictures
32
5.4.1
Monitor A
32
5.4.2
Monitor B
32
5.4.3
Viewing
32
5.5
Live and playback
34
5.5.1
Live mode
34
5.5.2
Playback mode
34
5.6
Overview of the menu system
35
5.6.1
Access using the front panel keys
35
5.6.2
Access using the mouse
35
5.6.3
Main menu
36
5.7
Search
37
5.7.1
Date/time search
38
5.7.2
Event search
39
5.7.3
Smart search
40
5.8
Export
41
5.9
System information
42
5.10
Log
43
5.11
Triggers and alarms
44
5.11.1
Alarm inputs
44
5.11.2
Motion events
45
5.11.3
Video loss alarm
45
5.11.4
Multiple alarms
45
6
Configuration menu
46
6.1
Camera
48
6.1.1
Camera
48
6.1.2
Video adjustment
49
6.1.3
PTZ
50
6.1.4
Continuous Recording
51
6.1.5
Input Recording
52
6.1.6
Motion Recording
53
6.1.7
Network Live Streaming
53
6.1.8
Video format
54
6.2
Schedule
55
6.2.1
Schedule
55
6.3
Display
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6.3.1
Language
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6.3.2
Monitor A
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6.3.3
Monitor B
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6.4
Event
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6.4.1
Input
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6.4.2
Motion
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6.4.3
Alarm acknowledge
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6.4.4
System menu
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6.5
Network
61
6.5.1
TCP/IP
61
6.5.2
Streaming to mobile devices
61
6.5.3
Connecting using a smart mobile phone
61
6.5.4
DDNS
63
6.5.5
Notification
63
6.5.6
Mail
64
6.6
System
65
6.6.1
Date/Time
65
6.6.2
NTP
65
6.6.3
Beeper
65
6.6.4
Users
66
6.6.5
Configuration
67
6.6.6
Hard Disk
68
6.6.7
System
69
7
Web Client Software
70
7.1
Getting started
70
7.1.1
System requirements
70
7.1.2
Connecting to the DVR the first time
70
7.2
How to log on
71
7.2.1
Menu structure differences
71
7.3
Introducing the browser window
72
7.3.1
Live mode
72
7.3.2
PTZ camera control
72
7.3.3
Camera views
74
7.3.4
Playback mode
74
7.3.5
Export mode
75
7.3.6
Configuration mode
76
8
Archive Player
77
8.1
Getting started
77
8.1.1
System requirements
77
8.1.2
Installation
77
8.1.3
Starting the Program
77
8.2
Introducing the main window
78
8.2.1
Open button
78
8.3
Camera Views
78
8.4
Viewing Images
79
8.4.1
Assigning Cameos
79
8.5
Using the playback controls
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8.5.1
Capturing a still image
80
8.6
Find image
80
8.7
Video slider bar
80
8.8
Checking authenticity
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Exit button
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Menu default values
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10
Technical specifications
85
10.1
Electrical
85
10.1.1
Mechanical
86
10.1.2
Environmental
86
10.1.3
Electromagnetic and Safety
87
10.2
DVD compatibility
87
10.3
USB memory sticks
87
A
Appendix
88
A.1
Software licenses
88
A.1.1
Bosch software
88
A.1.2
Other licenses — copyright notices
88
A.1.3
Warranties and disclaimer of warranties
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1.1
Safety precautions
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DANGER!
High risk: This symbol indicates an imminently hazardous situation such as "Dangerous
Voltage" inside the product.
If not avoided, this will result in an electrical shock, serious bodily injury, or death.
WARNING!
Medium risk: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation.
If not avoided, this could result in minor or moderate bodily injury.
CAUTION!
Low risk: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation.
if not avoided, this could result in property damage or risk of damage to the unit.
1.2
Important safety instructions
Read, follow, and retain for future reference all of the following safety instructions. Heed all
warnings on the unit and in the operating instructions before operating the unit.
1.
Cleaning - Unplug the unit from the outlet before cleaning. Follow any instructions
provided with the unit. Generally, using a dry cloth for cleaning is sufficient but a moist,
fluff-free cloth or leather shammy may also be used. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol
cleaners.
2.
Heat Sources - Do not install the unit near any heat sources such as radiators, heaters,
stoves, or other equipment (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
3.
Ventilation - Any openings in the unit enclosure are provided for ventilation to prevent
overheating and ensure reliable operation. Do not block or cover these openings. Do not
place the unit in an enclosure unless proper ventilation is provided, or the manufacturer's
instructions have been adhered to.
4.
Water - Do not use this unit near water, for example near a bathtub, washbowl, sink,
laundry basket, in a damp or wet basement, near a swimming pool, in an outdoor
installation, or in any area classified as a wet location. To reduce the risk of fire or
electrical shock, do not expose this unit to rain or moisture.
5.
Object and liquid entry - Never push objects of any kind into this unit through openings
as they may touch dangerous voltage points or short-out parts that could result in a fire
or electrical shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the unit. Do not place objects filled
with liquids, such as vases or cups, on the unit.
6.
Lightning - For added protection during a lightning storm, or when leaving this unit
unattended and unused for long periods, unplug the unit from the wall outlet and
disconnect the cable system. This will prevent damage to the unit from lightning and
power line surges.
7.
Controls adjustment - Adjust only those controls specified in the operating instructions.
Improper adjustment of other controls may cause damage to the unit. Use of controls or
adjustments, or performance of procedures other than those specified, may result in
hazardous radiation exposure.
8.
Overloading - Do not overload outlets and extension cords. This can cause fire or
electrical shock.
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9.
Power supply cord and plug protection - Protect the power supply cord and plug from
foot traffic, being pinched by items placed upon or against them at electrical outlets, and
its exit from the unit. For units intended to operate with 230 VAC, 50 Hz, the power
supply cord must comply with the latest versions of IEC 60227. For units intended to
operate with 120 VAC, 60 Hz, the power supply cord must comply with the latest
versions of UL 62 and CSA 22.2 No.49.
10. Power disconnect - Units have power supplied to the unit whenever the power cord is
inserted into the power source. The power cord plug is the main power disconnect
device for switching off the voltage for the unit.
11. Power sources - Operate the unit only from the type of power source indicated on the
label. Before proceeding, be sure to disconnect the power from the cable to be installed
into the unit.
12. Servicing - Do not attempt to service this unit yourself. Opening or removing covers may
expose you to dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing to qualified service
personnel.
13. Damage requiring service - Unplug the unit from the main AC power source and refer
servicing to qualified service personnel when any damage to the equipment has
occurred, such as:
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the power supply cord or plug is damaged;
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exposure to moisture, water, and/or inclement weather (rain, snow, etc.);
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liquid has been spilled in or on the equipment;
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an object has fallen into the unit;
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unit has been dropped or the unit cabinet is damaged;
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unit exhibits a distinct change in performance;
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unit does not operate normally when the user correctly follows the operating
instructions.
14. Replacement parts - Be sure the service technician uses replacement parts specified by
the manufacturer, or that have the same characteristics as the original parts.
Unauthorized substitutions could void the warranty and cause fire, electrical shock, or
other hazards.
15. Safety check - Safety checks should be performed upon completion of service or repairs
to the unit to ensure proper operating condition.
16. Installation - Install in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions and in
accordance with applicable local codes.
17. Attachments, changes or modifications - Only use attachments/accessories specified by
the manufacturer. Any change or modification of the equipment, not expressly approved
by Bosch, could void the warranty or, in the case of an authorization agreement, authority
to operate the equipment.
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Important Notices
Accessories - Do not place this unit on an unstable stand, tripod, bracket, or mount. The unit
may fall, causing serious injury and/or serious damage to the unit. Use only with the cart,
stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer. When a cart is used, use
caution and care when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over.
Quick stops, excessive force, or uneven surfaces may cause the cart/unit combination to
overturn. Mount the unit per the manufacturer's instructions.
All-pole power switch - Incorporate an all-pole power switch, with a contact separation of at
least 3 mm in each pole, into the electrical installation of the building.If it is needed to open
the housing for servicing and/or other activities, use this all-pole switch as the main
disconnect device for switching off the voltage to the unit.
Battery replacement - For qualified service personnel only - A lithium battery is located
inside the unit enclosure. To avoid danger of explosion, replace the battery as per
instructions. Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the
manufacturer. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
Batteries must not be disposed of in household waste. Dispose of batteries only at suitable
collection points and, in the case of lithium batteries, mask the poles.
CAUTION!
Class I Laser Product
Invisible laser radiation when open. Avoid exposure to beam.
Coax grounding:
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Ground the cable system if connecting an outside cable system to the unit.
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Connect outdoor equipment to the unit's inputs only after this unit has had its grounding
plug connected to a grounded outlet or its ground terminal is properly connected to a
ground source.
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Disconnect the unit's input connectors from outdoor equipment before disconnecting
the grounding plug or grounding terminal.
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Follow proper safety precautions such as grounding for any outdoor device connected to
this unit.
U.S.A. models only - Section 810 of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA No.70, provides
information regarding proper grounding of the mount and supporting structure, grounding of
the coax to a discharge unit, size of grounding conductors, location of discharge unit,
connection to grounding electrodes, and requirements for the grounding electrode.
Disposal - Your Bosch product was developed and manufactured with high-quality material
and components that can be recycled and reused. This symbol means that electronic and
electrical appliances, which have reached the end of their working life, must be collected and
disposed of separately from household waste material. Separate collecting systems are
usually in place for disused electronic and electrical products. Please dispose of these units
at an environmentally compatible recycling facility, per European Directive 2002/96/EC.
Electronic Surveillance - This device is intended for the use in public areas only. U.S. federal
law strictly prohibits surreptitious recording of oral communications.
Electrostatic-sensitive device - Use proper CMOS/MOS-FET handling precautions to avoid
electrostatic discharge. Wear required grounded wrist straps and observe proper ESD safety
precautions when handling the electrostatic-sensitive printed circuit boards.
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Environmental statement - Bosch has a strong commitment towards the environment. This
unit has been designed to respect the environment as much as possible.
Fuse rating - For protection of the device, the branch circuit protection must be secured with
a maximum fuse rating of 16A. This must be in accordance with NEC800 (CEC Section 60).
Grounding and polarization - This unit may be equipped with a polarized alternating current
line plug (a plug with one blade wider than the other blade). This safety feature allows the
plug to fit into the power outlet in only one way. If unable to insert the plug fully into the
outlet, contact a locally certified electrician to replace the obsolete outlet. Do not defeat the
safety purpose of the polarized plug.
Alternately, this unit may be equipped with a 3-pole grounding plug (a plug with a third pin for
earth grounding). This safety feature allows the plug to fit into a grounded power outlet only.
If unable to insert the plug into the outlet, contact a locally certified electrician to replace the
obsolete outlet. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the grounding plug.
Moving - Disconnect the power before moving the unit. Move the unit with care. Excessive
force or shock may damage the unit and the hard disk drives.
Outdoor signals - The installation for outdoor signals, especially regarding clearance from
power and lightning conductors and transient protection, must be in accordance with NEC725
and NEC800 (CEC Rule 16-224 and CEC Section 60).
Permanently connected equipment - Incorporate a readily accessible disconnect device
external to the equipment.
Pluggable equipment - Install the socket outlet near the equipment so it is easily accessible.
Rack-mount
–
Elevated Operating Ambient - If installed in a closed or multi-unit rack assembly, the
operating ambient temperature of the rack environment may be greater than room
ambient. Therefore, consideration should be given to installing the equipment in an
environment compatible with the maximum ambient temperature (Tma) specified by the
manufacturer.
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Reduced Air Flow - Installation of the equipment in a rack should be such that the amount
of air flow required for safe operation of the equipment is not compromised.
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Mechanical loading - Mounting of the equipment in the rack should be such that a
hazardous condition is not achieved due to uneven mechanical loading.
–
Circuit Overloading - Consideration should be given to the connection of the equipment
to the supply circuit and the effect that overloading of the circuits might have on
overcurrent protection and supply wiring. Appropriate consideration of equipment
nameplate ratings should be used when addressing this concern.
–
Reliable Earthing - Reliable earthing of rack-mounted equipment should be maintained.
Particular attention should be given to supply connections other than direct connections
to the branch circuit (e.g. use of power strips).
SELV - All the input/output ports are Safety Extra Low Voltage (SELV) circuits. SELV circuits
should only be connected to other SELV circuits.
Video loss - Video loss is inherent to digital video recording; therefore, Bosch Security
Systems cannot be held liable for any damage that results from missing video information. To
minimize the risk of lost digital information, Bosch Security Systems recommends multiple,
redundant recording systems, and a procedure to back up all analog and digital information.
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FCC and UL
FCC Information
(U.S.A. and Canadian Models Only)
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment
generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If
this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
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reorient or relocate the receiving antenna;
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increase the separation between the equipment and receiver;
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connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
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consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
receiver is connected;
Intentional or unintentional modifications, not expressly approved by the party responsible
for compliance, shall not be made. Any such modifications could void the user's authority to
operate the equipment. If necessary, the user should consult the dealer or an experienced
radio/television technician for corrective action.
The user may find the following booklet, prepared by the Federal Communications
Commission, helpful: How to Identify and Resolve Radio-TV Interference Problems. This booklet
is available from the U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, DC 20402, Stock No. 004000-00345-4.
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Bosch notices
Copyright
This manual is the intellectual property of Bosch Security Systems and is protected by
copyright.
All rights reserved.
Trademarks
All hardware and software product names used in this document are likely to be registered
trademarks and must be treated accordingly.
Note:
This manual has been compiled with great care and the information it contains has been
thoroughly verified. The text was complete and correct at the time of printing. The ongoing
development of the products may mean that the content of the user guide can change without
notice. Bosch Security Systems accepts no liability for damage resulting directly or indirectly
from faults, incompleteness or discrepancies between the user guide and the product
described.
More information
For additional information, please contact the nearest Bosch Security Systems location or
visit our web site at:
www.boschsecurity.com
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Introduction
2.1
Digital video recorder applications
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The Digital Video Recorder 430/451 Series is a video and audio recording system that records
multiple camera and audio signals while simultaneously providing live multiscreen viewing and
playback.
The unit has comprehensive search and playback facilities for viewing stored video. Once
configured, all recording takes place in the background without requiring operator
intervention. Maximum recording rates for CIF resolution of 30 (NTSC) and 25 (PAL) images
per second, per channel, are guaranteed. For 2CIF and 4CIF, recording is possible by
recording at a lower images per second setting. The recording rate and quality are selectable
per camera. One internal hard disk provides various storage capacities for recording.
All models have extensive alarm handling functions and telemetry control. Alarm functions
include motion detection in user-definable areas of the image on any camera input.
The unit can be easily operated and programmed via the front panel control keys, mouse, and
the on-screen display menu system. Two monitor outputs provide full-screen, quad, and
sequenced viewing.
Looping auto-terminating video inputs and outputs, audio inputs and outputs, and alarm
inputs and outputs are on the rear panel. A VGA connector provides output for an A monitor. A
CVBS video output in either NTSC or PAL is also provided for Monitor B. Monitor A displays
full-screen or quad digital pictures that can be frozen and zoomed. Monitor B displays live fullscreen pictures.
Use the Control Center Web application via a network for live viewing, playback, and
configuration. Four simultaneous users can control the DVR. The DVR also includes an
authenticity check for both local and remote playback. A dedicated PC player is provided for
playback of secure video files.
2.1.1
Versions
There are various DVR 430/451 Series models: 4-channel basic and 4-channel advanced. Both
basic and advanced versions operate in exactly the same way. The advanced version has
additional alarm outputs, audio inputs, and a DVD burner.
2.1.2
Manuals
This manual contains information about:
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Quick Installation - a brief overview on how to set up and install the product.
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Hardware Setup - a detailed description for installers on how to install the product.
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Operation - a detailed description for end-users on how to operate the unit.
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Web Control and Archive Player - a detailed description for end-users and administrators
on how to set up and operate the Web Control and Archive Player software.
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Features
The DVR 430/451 Series has the following features:
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4 looped-through, auto-terminating camera inputs
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1 or 4 audio inputs
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Simultaneous recording and playback
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H.264 compression
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10/100Base-T Ethernet port for Ethernet connection and networking
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RS232 and RS485 serial port for serial communication
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VGA monitor output (Monitor A)
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2.2
Full-screen and Quad display capabilities in live and playback modes
CVBS monitor output (Monitor B)
Full-screen in live with sequence
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Audio output (mono)
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Motion detection
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4 switching (alarm) inputs and 1 or 4 alarm outputs
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Video loss detection
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Audible alarm
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Pan, tilt, and zoom camera control via RS485/RS232
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Local archiving via USB
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Local archiving via built-in DVD burner (advanced model)
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Bosch DVR viewer App for live and PTZ control.
Unpacking
Inspect the package for visible damage. If any items appear to have been damaged during
transport, notify the shipping company. Unpack carefully. This is electronic equipment and
should be handled with care to prevent damage to the unit. Do not attempt to use the unit if
any components are damaged. If any items are missing, notify your customer service
representative or Bosch Security Systems sales representative. The shipping carton is the
safest container in which to transport the unit. Save it and all packing materials for future use.
If the unit must be returned, use the original packing materials.
2.2.1
Package contents
Check for the following items:
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Digital Video Recorder (DVR 430/451 Series unit)
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Operation manual (this manual)
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Power supply cords
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USB Mouse
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Terminal blocks for external I/O connectors
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Remote Control with 2 AAA Batteries
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CD-ROM containing the Archive Player and operation manuals in different languages
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Installation environment
2.3.1
Mounting
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The DVR 430/451 Series is supplied as a desktop unit.
2.3.2
Ventilation
Ensure that the location planned for the installation of the unit is well ventilated. Take note of
the locations of the cooling vents in the unit's enclosure and ensure that they are not
obstructed.
2.3.3
Temperature
Observe the unit's ambient temperature specifications when choosing an installation space.
Extremes of heat or cold beyond the specified operating temperature limits may cause the
unit to fail. Do not install the unit on top of hot equipment.
2.3.4
Power Supply
Ensure that the site's AC power supply is stable and within the rated voltage of the unit. If the
site's AC power is likely to have spikes or power dips, use power line conditioning or an
uninterrupted power supply (UPS).
2.3.5
Environment
The unit is designed to operate in a clean office environment. Elevated levels of dust may
cause the unit to fail.
2.4
Associated equipment
A typical system could contain the following components (not included with the unit):
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Primary VGA monitor for multiscreen monitoring (monitor A)
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Second CVBS monitor for spot/alarm monitoring (monitor B)
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Cameras with 1 Vpp composite video outputs
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Amplified microphone(s)
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Audio amplifier with speaker(s)
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Video coaxial cable with BNC connectors for connecting the video signals
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Audio cable with RCA connectors for connecting audio signals.
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AC power supply outlet for the unit that allows for secure isolation (for operational
reasons, the unit has no on/off switch)
2.5
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PC and network for the Control Center and web-based application
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Pan/tilt/zoom control units
Warranty
Failure to follow the Safety Instructions, Installation Instructions, and any other instructions
noted in this manual may result in damage to the unit and void the warranty.
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Quick install
To get the unit quickly operational, make the connections described below and then enter the
relevant data in the Quick install menu. The Quick install menu appears the first time the unit
is started.
3.1
Connections
Figure 3.1 Back panel connections for the Advanced model
Figure 3.2 Back panel connections for the Basic model
3.1.1
Primary connections
1.
Connect the cameras to the VIDEO IN BNC connectors (automatically terminated).
2.
Connect monitor A to the VGA MON A output (supporting 800x600, 1024x768, or
1280x1024).
3.
3.1.2
Connect USB mouse to a USB port.
Optional connections
1.
Connect monitor B to the MON B BNC connector.
2.
Connect up to 4 audio signals to the AUDIO IN RCA (CINCH) inputs.
3.
Connect the AUDIO OUT RCA (CINCH) output to the monitor or an audio amplifier.
4.
Connect up to 4 ALARM IN inputs (via the supplied terminal blocks).
5.
Connect up to 4 ALARM OUT outputs (via the supplied terminal blocks).
6.
Connect a pan/tilt/zoom control unit to the RS-485 port (via the supplied screw terminal
block).
3.1.3
7.
Connect to your network via the RJ-45 Ethernet port.
8.
Connect a “Bosch RS232 to Bi-phase converter” to the RS-232 port if required.
Powering up
Switch on all connected equipment.
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First-time use
The Quick install menu opens the first time the unit is used. Fill in the basic settings in the
three tabs to get the unit operational. The unit begins recording automatically when the Quick
install menu is closed.
To open the Quick install menu at any other time:
1.
Press the menu
key to bring up the System Control Bar.
2.
Press the menu
key again to enter the main menu.
–
The main menu appears on monitor A.
3.
Select System, then the Configuration submenu, and finally Quick install.
Navigating
Use the supplied USB mouse. Alternatively, use the following front panel keys:
–
Use the enter
–
Use the arrow
–
Use the exit
key to select a submenu or item.
keys to move through a menu or list.
key to go back or to switch off the menu.
After bootup, the unit presents the log in screen over a quad display. The default User ID is
ADMINISTRATOR, the default password is 000000 (six zeros).
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Quick install menu
The Quick install menu contains three tabs: International, Continuous Recording, and
Network. Click the Exit button to exit the Quick install menu. Changing Quick install settings
overwrites customized settings.
3.3.1
International
Figure 3.3 Quick install - International
Language
Select the language for the menu from the list.
Time zone
Select a time zone from the list.
Time format
Select either a 12 or a 24 hour clock format.
Time
Fill in the current time.
Date format
Select from three date formats which show either the month (MM),
the day (DD), or the year (YYYY) first.
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Continuous Recording
Figure 3.4 Quick install - Continuous Recording
Set the Continuous Recording Resolution, Quality, Frame rate, Covert, and Audio for each
profile in the table.
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Network
Figure 3.5 Quick install - Network
Fill in the settings that control the behavior of the unit with respect to a network.
DVR name
Enter a unique DVR name to be used in the network.
DHCP
Enable DHCP to have IP address, subnet mask, and default
gateway assigned automatically by the network server.
The actual values are displayed.
IP address, Subnet
Fill in the IP, subnet mask, gateway addresses, and DNS server
mask, and Gateway
addresses when DHCP is not enabled.
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Hardware setup
This chapter contains detailed information about the hardware installation and connection of
external equipment to the unit. The connector types and their pin signals are described. Most
of the connectors are located at the rear panel of the unit. For convenience, one USB port is
located on the front of the unit to connect a mouse or memory device.
All the input/output ports are Safety Extra Low Voltage (SELV) circuits. SELV circuits should
only be connected to other SELV circuits.
4.1
Camera connections
Connect cameras to the VIDEO IN connectors on the back of the unit using 75 ohm video
coaxial cables with BNC connectors. Optionally, this signal can be looped through to other
equipment via the corresponding VIDEO OUT connector. The camera input connectors are
auto-terminating. There is no need to add a terminator to the output connector if no
additional equipment is connected.
If the camera signal is looped through to additional equipment, make sure that the end of the
video connection is terminated with 75 ohm termination.
The DVR automatically configures itself as a PAL or NTSC unit. The unit determines the
standard by detecting the signal format of the VIDEO IN 1 during startup. The unit can also be
manually set to PAL or NTSC in the ‘Camera menu’ under ‘Video format’.
Specifications
Input signal: Composite video 1 Vpp, 75 ohm
Color standard: PAL/NTSC, auto-detect
Gain control: Automatic gain control for each video input
Connector type: BNC looped-through, automatic termination
Figure 4.1 Four video inputs with loop-through outputs
4.2
Audio connections
The DVR supports up to 4 audio inputs and 1 audio output. Connect using audio cable with
RCA (CINCH) compatible connectors.
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4 audio inputs are provided on the Advanced Recorder
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1 audio input is provided on the Basic Recorder
Specifications
Input signal: Mono RCA (CINCH), 1 Vpp, 10k ohm
Output signal: Mono RCA (CINCH), 1 Vpp, 10k ohm
Figure 4.2 Audio output and input connectors for the Advanced Recorder
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Figure 4.3 Audio output and input connectors for the Basic Recorder
4.3
Monitor connections
Up to two monitors can be connected through the VGA and CVBS connections.
4.3.1
VGA (Monitor A)
Connect the unit to one VGA monitor using standard VGA cable. It is advised to use 17”
monitors or larger when using LCD(s).
Specifications
Output signal: VGA
Resolution: 800x600, 1024x768, or 1280x1024
Color: True color (32 bit)
Connector type: DE-15
Figure 4.4 VGA monitor connectors
4.3.2
CVBS
Connect the unit to a CCTV monitor using 75 ohm video coaxial cables with BNC connectors.
The unit provides a 1 Vpp CVBS signal.
If the monitor has a loop-through connection and the loop-through output is available, select
the 75 ohm impedance setting on the monitor. If the monitor's loop-through output is
connected to an additional device, the device's termination is set to 75 ohm and the monitor's
termination is set to high impedance.
Note: This is not necessary on devices with automatic termination.
Specifications
Output signal: Composite video 1Vpp, 75 ohm, Sync. 0.3Vpp ±10%
Resolution: 720x576 PAL, 720x484 NTSC
Connector type: BNC
Figure 4.5 CVBS monitor connector
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RS-232 COM port connections
The RS-232 COM port is used to connect a PC to the unit for service purposes or to connect a
Bosch “RS-232 to Bi-Phase Converter”. For service purposes, use a null-modem cable to
connect the serial port of the PC to the unit. The Baud rate can be selected in the menu
system.
Specifications
Connector type: 9-pole D-type male connector
Maximum input voltage: ±25V
Communicaton protocol: Output signals according EIA/TIA-232-F
Figure 4.6 RS-232 COM port connector
Signal name
DCD_in
RX
TX
N/C
System ground
N/C
RTS
CTS
N/C
Pin number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Description
Carrier detection signal (not used)
RS-232 receive signal
RS-232 transmit signal
No connection
System ground
No connection
RS-232 request to send signal
RS-232 clear to send signal
No connection
Table 4.1 RS232 console port socket
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Ethernet connection
The standard RJ-45 Ethernet socket is used to connect the unit directly to a PC or to a
network. To connect directly to a network hub, use a straight-through network cable. To
connect directly to a PC, use a cross-over network cable. Consult with your local IT personnel
for the specific type of cable needed. The maximum cable length from node to node is limited
to 100 meters (300 feet).
Specifications
Connection: 10/100 BaseT, IEEE 802.3
Differential signal voltage: ± 2.8 V maximum, inputs have transient overvoltage protection
Ethernet port details: EEE 802.3/802.3u — 100Base-TX/10Base-T physical layer
Auto negotiation: 10/100, full/half duplex
Cable length: 100 meters (100 ohm unshielded twisted pair cable or 150 ohm shielded
twisted pair cable, category 5 or higher).
Impedance: built-in compensation for impedance matching
Indicators: ACT, 10/100
Figure 4.7 RJ-45 Ethernet connector
Signal name
LAN_TX +
LAN_TX LAN_RX +
N/C
N/C
LAN_RX N/C
N/C
Table 4.2
4.6
Pin number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Description
Ethernet transmit line plus
Ethernet transmit line minus
Ethernet receive line plus
No connection
No connection
Ethernet receive line minus
No connection
No connection
LAN - RJ-45 Ethernet socket
RS485 port
Connect Bosch or third-party controllable cameras to the unit for pan, tilt, and zoom control.
The Bosch protocol is supported with the following baud settings:
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9600 baud
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8 data bits
–
1 stop bit
–
no parity
–
no flow control
Figure 4.8 RS-485 connector
Signal name
TX TX +
GND
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1
2
3
Description
Data transmission
Data transmission
Shield
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The recommended cable cross section is AWG 28-16 (0.08-1.5 mm2).
4.7
USB connectors
A USB 1.1 connector is located at the rear panel of the unit for use with the mouse. For
convenience, the USB 2.0 port is located on the front of the unit to connect a mouse or USB
memory device.
Figure 4.9 USB mouse port
4.8
External alarm I/O connection
Alarm inputs and outputs are supplied screw down terminal blocks. The screw terminal blocks
are supplied with the unit.
Connecting the inputs
Each (alarm) input line can be switched by a contact from external devices. Wire them as
either Normally Open (N/O) or Normally Closed (N/C). Configure the alarm inputs as N/O or
N/C in the menu system. The default is N/O.
Specifications
Alarm input impedence: Internal pull-up 10 K to +5 V
Input voltage range: -2 VDC minimum to 15 VDC maximum
Input voltage threshold: low voltage 0.5 V maximum, high voltage 2 V minimum
Cable cross section: AWG 26-16 (0.13-1.5 mm2)
Connecting the alarm outputs
The four alarm output relays respond to input alarms and triggers. Configure the alarm
outputs as N/O or N/C in the menu system. The relays are active for the duration of the driving
event. Only connect resistive loads to the alarm output relays. Do not exceed 30 Vac, 40 Vdc,
500 mA (continuous), or 10 VA on an alarm output relay's contacts.
DANGER!
Electrical voltage.
Risk of electric shock and damage to the unit.
The contacts must not be used at AC line voltages.
Specifications
Switching current (resistive): 500 mA maximum
Switching voltage (resistive): 30 VAC/30 VDC maximum
Cable cross section: AWG 26-16 (0.13-1.5 mm2)
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Alarm input connector
Figure 4.11
Alarm output connector for the Advanced Recorder
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Figure 4.12
4.9
Alarm output connector for the Basic Recorder
Power supply
Power is supplied to the unit via the IEC-style socket. For operational reasons, the unit has no
on/off switch . This means that the unit is always powered as long as the power cable from
the unit is connected to a live power socket.
Specifications:
Input Voltage: 120-230 VAC
Current: 0.5 A
AC
Input Frequency: 50/60 Hz
Figure 4.13
Power supply socket
Signal name
LIVE
NEUTRAL
PE
Table 4.4
4.10
Pin
Top
Bottom
Middle
Description
AC live
AC neutral
Protective Earth
Power supply socket
Maintenance
Maintenance of this unit is limited to external cleaning and inspection. Refer all servicing to
qualified service personnel.
DANGER!
Electrical voltage. Risk of electric shock.
Do not open the top cover or attempt to service the unit. No user serviceable parts inside.
Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Opening the top cover will void the warranty!
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Operating instructions
These instructions explain the purpose of the front panel keys. The functions available can be
limited by setting passwords.
Access to the units functions are determined by the user level of the user logged in.
Function
Administrator level
Advanced User level
Normal User level
View live
Yes
Yes
Yes
Sequence
Yes
Yes
Yes
Quad
Yes
Yes
Yes
OSD
Yes
Yes
Yes
Zoom
Yes
Yes
Yes
Pan/Tilt/Zoom (PTZ)
Yes
Yes
Yes
Playback
Yes
Yes
No (configurable)
Search
Yes
Yes
No (configurable)
Export
Yes
Yes
No (configurable)
Acknowledge Alarm
Yes
Yes
No (configurable)
System Menus
Yes
No
No
Covert
Yes
No
No
Table 5.1 User Levels and Permissions
5.1
Front panel controls
REC
400 Series
Figure 5.1 Front panel controls
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Keys
The keys on the front panel control all functions. Symbols on the keys show the functions.
Inactive keys emit an audible beep when pressed.
Arrow keys:
Up,
–
–
Down,
Left,
Right
move around through menu items or values when in menu mode
in PTZ mode, the arrow keys can be used to control the pan or tilt functions of the
selected camera
–
moves the visible area of the selected image in digital zoom mode
Enter key
–
selects a submenu or menu item, or confirms selections made in menus
–
displays the cameo submenu in full screen or quad modes
Menu key
–
opens the system menu
Search key
–
press to open the date/time search menu to look for recorded images
Export key
–
press to open the export menu
PTZ key
–
enables or disables the PTZ mode
Zoom in key
–
PTZ zoom in key
–
Digital zoom in key on active full-screen display
Zoom out key
–
PTZ zoom out key
–
Digital zoom out key
Exit key
–
press to return to previous level or to exit the menu system
Acknowledge key
–
press to acknowledge an alarm event
Camera keys (1-4)
–
press to see a full-screen display of the video input
–
the LED lights when the camera is recording
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the LED flashes during an alarm on the camera
Quad key
–
press to go to quad mode
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in quad mode, press to toggle to full screen
Sequence key
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Digital zoom key
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zooms in on the active full screen camera display
OSD key
–
press to view date/time and camera information, date/time only, or none
Pause key
–
press to freeze the picture
Reverse key
–
in live mode, press to start reverse playback of recordings for the displayed cameras
–
in playback mode, press to start or speed up reverse playback
–
in pause mode, press to step back one frame
Play key
–
in live mode, press to resume playback from the last selected playback position
–
in pause or fast forward/reverse modes, press to resume playback
Fast forward key
–
in live mode, press to start playback from one minute earlier
–
in playback mode, press to speed up the forward playback rate
–
in reverse playback mode, press to start forward playback
–
in pause mode, press to step forward one frame
Stop key
–
5.1.2
while in playback mode, press to return to live mode
Indicators
The indicators on the front panel display light or flash to alert of various operating conditions.
Power - lights green when the unit is powered
Network - lights green when a remote user is connected to the unit
Alarm - flashes red when an alarm is detected
Record - lights red when the unit is recording video
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Mouse Controls
All functions controlled by the front panel can, alternatively, be accessed using the supplied
USB mouse. All main DVR functions are accessible via the System Control Bar. To display the
panel (monitor A only), move the mouse pointer to the bottom left of the screen or press the
menu
key. To close the System Control Bar press the exit
key.
Figure 5.2 System Control Bar
The buttons and indicators of the System Control Bar work the same as the keys and
indicators on the front panel.
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Remote control
All functions controlled by the front panel and USB mouse can, alternatively, be accessed
using the supplied remote control. IR remote control allows control of up to nine units
without interfering with one another.
An ID number must be set on the remote control and in the system. See Section 6.6.7 System
for setting the system.
To set the ID on the remote control:
1.
Press the ID button on the remote control.
2.
Press a number between 1-9.
EXPORT
ACK
ID
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
ZOOM
MENU
ESC
PTZ
SEARCH
OSD
Figure 5.3 Remote control
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Viewing pictures
The unit has two monitor outputs, A and B. The way in which these monitors display pictures
depends on how the system is configured.
5.4.1
Monitor A
Monitor A is the main monitor. It shows full-screen or quad multiscreen live, or playback
camera pictures. Status messages, alarms, motion, and video loss warnings are also displayed
on this monitor. When the menu system is activated, it is displayed on this monitor. Monitor A
is the default monitor for keyboard and mouse commands.
Changing the full-screen display on Monitor A
To control the display on monitor A with mouse control:
1.
5.4.2
Bring up the System Control Bar.
2.
Click the Monitor A
3.
From the pop-up menu, select the display for Monitor A
button.
–
Select 1-4 for the corresponding Camera
–
Select the sequence
key to sequence channels 1-4
Monitor B
Monitor B displays full-screen or a sequence of live pictures. When an alarm or motion input is
detected, the camera picture with the Alarm/Motion indicator can be displayed on monitor B.
When multiple alarms or motion occur, camera pictures are sequenced on monitor B.
Changing the display on Monitor B
To control the display on monitor B:
1.
5.4.3
Bring up the System Control Bar.
2.
Click the Monitor B
3.
From the pop up menu, select the display for Monitor B
button.
–
Select 1-4 for the corresponding Camera
–
Select the sequence
key to sequence channels 1-4
Viewing
The drawing shows all possible views for monitor A.
Single
Quad
1
2
3
4
1
Figure 5.4 DVR supports single and quad screen viewing
Multiscreen
To view quad displays on monitor A:
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Full-screen
To view a full-screen shot of a camera:
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Press a camera key.
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A full-screen shot of the analog camera that was selected appears.
Sequence
To view a sequence of live camera pictures of several cameras:
1.
Press the sequence
–
2.
key.
A sequence of camera pictures appears, each for a pre-programmed dwell time.
Press the sequence
–
key to stop sequencing.
Zooming, pressing the quad
key, or selecting a single camera also stops
sequencing.
Cameo assignment
Assigning cameras to cameos in a quad view:
1.
The cameo with the yellow border is the selected cameo.
2.
Use the arrow keys to select a cameo.
3.
Press the enter
4.
Use the arrow keys to select a camera to put in the cameo and press the enter
5.
Alternatively, right click a cameo with the mouse and choose a video input from the
key to display the Cameo Menu.
key.
Cameo Menu.
This cameo assignment is used in playback mode as well as in live mode.
Freeze image
Freezing a camera shot on monitor A:
1.
Press the pause
key to freeze the picture in the active cameo.
2.
Press the stop
3.
Alternatively, right click and select Freeze or Unfreeze from the context menu using the
key to return to live viewing.
mouse.
If viewing a camera picture in full-screen mode, then this picture is frozen. The zoom function
can be used on a frozen picture.
Zoom
To zoom in on a video image:
1.
Press the zoom
–
key.
The picture is enlarged by a factor of 2.
2.
Use the arrow keys to select the area of the picture to be displayed.
3.
Press the zoom
key again to return to a full picture and leave the zoom mode.
Alternatively, right click and select Zoom or Exit zoom to enable or disable zoom mode with
the mouse. While in zoom mode, click on an area of the screen to zoom in on.
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Live and playback
5.5.1
Live mode
The live mode is the normal operating mode of the unit where live pictures are viewed from
the cameras. From live mode, switch to playback mode or the system menu.
5.5.2
Playback mode
Access to playback functions requires the right user level. Discuss this with your
administrator. To enter playback mode:
1.
To switch the unit from live to playback mode:
–
press the play
key
–
press the forward
key for instant playback, which will cause the unit to enter
playback at 90 seconds before the current time
2.
–
–
perform a search
–
perform an action from the cameo menu.
In playback mode the video control keys operate as follows:
Press the rewind
key to start reverse playback of recordings. Pressing it again and
again increases the display rate to a maximum before returning it back to normal speed
again. Press the rewind
–
Press the pause
–
Press the forward
key in the pause mode to step back one frame at a time.
key to freeze the picture.
key to start playback of recordings. Pressing it again and again
increases the display rate to a maximum before returning it back to normal speed again.
Press the forward
–
Press the play
Press the stop
key in the pause mode to step forward one frame at a time.
key to resume playback.
key to switch back to live viewing. An alarm also switches the unit back to
live viewing.
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Overview of the menu system
The Main menu gives access to several functions to help use the unit. Access to the Main
menu is only possible with a User Account at the Administrator User Level. There are three
ways of accessing the Main menu:
–
via the front panel keys,
–
a USB mouse,
–
via the remote control.
Slight differences in navigation and selection are only due to the differences between the keys
on the unit and the mouse. The menu structure is the same in all cases.
The top menu consists of six menus with drop-down submenus.
Figure 5.5 Main menu
5.6.1
Access using the front panel keys
To open the Main menu, press the menu
key twice.
–
On the first press the System Control Bar appears on monitor A.
–
On the second press the Main menu appears on monitor A.
To move through a menu or list, use the arrow
keys on the front
panel.
To select a submenu or item, use the enter
To go back, use the exit
key.
To exit the menu, press the exit
5.6.2
key.
key.
Access using the mouse
To open the menu, move the pointer to the bottom of the screen.
–
The System Control Bar appears on monitor A.
To open the menu, click the menu
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Main menu
Camera
The Camera menu is used to configure recording settings for the unit. The menu contains
eight submenus:
–
Camera - per camera Enable, Name of the camera, Covert, and Audio
–
Video Adjustment - per camera Brightness, Contrast, and Color
–
PTZ - per camera Port, Address, Protocol, and Baud Rate
–
Continuous Recording - per camera Resolution, Quality, and Frame Rate
–
Input Recording - per camera Resolution, Quality, Frame Rate, Pre-event, and Postevent
–
Motion Recording - per camera Resolution, Quality, Frame Rate, Pre-event, and Postevent
–
–
Network Live Streaming - per camera Enable, Resolution, Quality, and Frame Rate
Video Format - NTSC, PAL, or Auto Detect; VGA Output - select required VGA
resolution
Schedule
The Schedule menu is used to set recording types according to the hour and day of the week
and for exception days.
Display
The Configuration menu contains three submenus:
–
Language - set the language option for the unit
–
Monitor A - show Camera Name and Status, Date and Time, Playback and HDD Status,
and configure Sequence Dwell Times
–
Monitor B - show Camera Name and Status, Date and Time, and configure Sequence
Dwell Times
Event
The Event menu contains four submenus:
–
Input - per input Input Type, Camera, Relay Output, and PTZ preset
–
Motion - per camera Sensitivity, Relay Output, and Area setup
–
Alarm Acknowledge - Toggle between Post-event time and Manual
–
System - enable alarms for Disk fail, Disk full, Fan fail, System/Disk temperature,
Administrator Password change, Video loss, and Power On.
Network
The Network information menu contains four submenus:
–
TCP/IP - enable DHCP, set IP Address, Subnet, Gateway, DNS, HTTP Port, and Bandwidth
–
DDNS - set dynamic DNS for dyndns.org, sitesolutions.com, and tzo.com
–
Notification - send e-mail notification on Input, Motion detect, Disk fail, Disk full, Fan fail,
limit
System/Disk temperature, Administrator Password change, Video loss, Power On
–
Mail - set SMTP server, SSL, User name, Password, To 1-3, From, and Subject.
System
The System information menu contains seven submenus:
–
Date/Time - set Date, Time, Date format, Time format, Time zone, and Daylight Savings
–
NTP - set NTP Time Server and Sync interval
–
Beeper - set unit to beep on Button, Input, Motion, System, or Video loss
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User - set Usernames, Passwords, and User Levels for Users 1-10
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Configuration - Import and Export configuration, reset to Factory defaults, Update
firmware and Quick install
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Hard Disk - set Overwrite, Disk full warning, Event partition, Auto delete, and format the
disk
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5.7
System - set the IR remote control, DVR name, and Auto user logout time
Search
To Search, press the search
key.
To Search using the mouse:
1.
2.
Move the cursor to the bottom of the screen to access the System Control Bar.
Click the search
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icon.
The default search is a Date/time search.
Figure 5.6 Main menu - Search
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Date/time search
Select the start date. Once the start date has been selected, the timeline will update to show
the full 24 hour period.
1.
2.
3.
Use the Zoom In button to magnify the timeline.
Enter the start time:
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Enter the hour and minute.
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With a mouse, click directly on the timeline to set the start time.
Click Play to start playback:
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Playback in all displayed cameos will start.
Figure 5.7 Search menu - Date/Time Search options
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Event search
1.
From a Date/Time search, press the exit
2.
Press the left/right arrow keys to select Event Search.
3.
Press the enter
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key to select the Search Tabs.
key to activate the search.
With the mouse, click the Event Search tab to make it active.
Search criteria
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Under Start and End, fill in date and time values to determine the time span of the
search.
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Under Channel, specify the camera input to search for. The selected input will be shown.
Set Event Type to search for alarm events, motion events, or both. Set to All so that the
search is not restricted by an event type.
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Select Search to start the search.
Search results
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The recording fitting the filter and closest to the selected date and time is shown first.
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If more events than can be shown on the page are found use Page to see more
results.
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Use the up/down arrow keys to move through the list.
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Press the Play button for a full-screen playback of the selected recording.
Figure 5.8 Search menu - Event Search options
Event Search results
The event search results are indicated by a start and stop time of a small period of video.
Within this period of video the event search results can be found.
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Smart search
1.
From a Date/Time search, press the exit
2.
Press the left/right arrow keys to select Smart Search.
3.
Press the enter
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key to select the Search Tabs.
key to activate the search.
With the mouse, click the Smart Search tab to make it active.
Search criteria
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Under Channel, specify the camera input to search for. The selected input will be shown.
Under Start and End, fill in date and time values to determine the time span of the
search.
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Set Sensitivity to determine the threshold for detecting change in the video.
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Set Area to limit the smart search to only the area effected.
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Select Search to start the search.
Search results
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The recording fitting the filter and closest to the selected date and time is shown first.
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If more events than can be shown on the page are found, use Page to see more
results.
Figure 5.9 Search menu - Smart search options
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Use the up/down arrow keys to move through the list.
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Press the Play button for a full-screen playback of the selected recording.
Smart Search results
The smart search results are indicated by a start and stop time of a small period of video.
Within this period of video the smart search results can be found.
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Export
The export menu is accessed by pressing the Export
key on the Front Panel or from the
System Control Bar. It allows writing segments of recorded video and audio to a USB storage
device or recordable DVD.
Figure 5.10
Export menu
1.
Choose to record to either USB or CD/DVD from the Target Device selection box.
2.
Select the Channel to archive.
3.
Fill in a Start time and End time for the video segments to archive.
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Click Export to create the archive.
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To open the CD/DVD burner, click the Eject button.
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To erase a USB drive after it has been inserted, click the Format button.
If the total size of the video segments is greater than the memory device’s free space,
then only the first segments that fit are archived.
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System information
The System information screen is accessed from the System Control Bar by pressing the
System Information
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Model Name
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Serial Number
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Video Format
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MAC Address
icon. The System information menu contains:
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IP Address
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Software Version
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Hard Drive size and usage data
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Log
The Log displays historic system events and is accessed from the System Control Bar by
pressing the Log
icon.
Logbook filter
From the Log display, make a selection of which system events to show.
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The Log shows the date, time, and event type of various system events.
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Log contents are ordered from latest to earliest.
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Triggers and alarms
Various types of events change the way the unit works. These events are:
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an alarm input signal applied to the unit
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motion detection in a camera signal
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a loss of video from one of the cameras
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an internal alert from the unit itself (i.e. disk failure, temperature alarm)
The way the unit reacts to events depends on how it is programmed.
An event can cause either a trigger or an alarm. A trigger changes the way the unit works but
does not require a response from the user. An alarm also changes the way the unit works but,
in addition, usually activates several indicators and requires the user to acknowledge the
alarm situation.
The unit reacts to an event in any one of the following ways:
Alarms
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A beeper sounds.
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A status message is displayed.
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An alarm icon is displayed.
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The border around a cameo changes color to red.
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An alarm
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An output relay is activated.
or video loss
indicator flashes.
Triggers
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A motion
indicator flashes.
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The view modes on the monitors change.
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A controllable camera might be moved to a pre-defined position.
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Recording behavior changes.
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The unit changes the way it operates via pre-defined profiles.
Background events
Triggers and alarms can change background tasks that a user may not notice. Unit responses
that are not visible to the user are, for example, a change in recording speed, the activation of
the output relay, and event logging. The unit can also be configured to record upon the
activation of an alarm input. A trigger may change the way the camera images are displayed on
the monitors without requiring intervention.
5.11.1
Alarm inputs
If an input causes an alarm
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Monitors A and B can switch to a pre-programmed view mode.
Monitor A: The border around the displayed cameos is red. The alarm icon is displayed in
the corresponding cameo. An alarm status message is displayed.
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Monitor B: Full screen or sequenced display of pre-programmed cameras.
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The alarm beeper sounds. The alarm
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Acknowledging an input alarm
Press the acknowledge
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key to acknowledge the alarm.
The beeper is silent.
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The alarm
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The alarm status message disappears.
indicators are no longer lit.
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The last-used view mode is restored.
The alarm icon remains visible as long as the input causing the alarm is active.
If an alarm is not acknowledged, the beeper switches off after the dwell time but the alarm
still needs to be acknowledged.
If auto-acknowledge is enabled, the beeper and the alarm
indicators switch off after the
dwell time.
5.11.2
Motion events
If a motion detection signal causes an event
Monitors A and B can switch to display the motion events.
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The motion icon is displayed in the corresponding cameo. An alarm status message is
displayed.
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5.11.3
The motion
indicator on the front panel flashes.
Video loss alarm
If the loss of a video signal causes an alarm:
Monitor A and B will show the video loss indicator.
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Monitor A can switch to a multiscreen view. The lost camera signal is displayed as a black
cameo with the video loss message. The border around the camera with the video loss is
red. An alarm status message is displayed.
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The alarm beeper sounds.
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The video loss
indicator is displayed until the video signal is restored.
Acknowledging a video loss alarm
Press the acknowledge
key to acknowlede a video loss alarm.
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The beeper is silent.
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The alarm status message disappears.
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The last-used view mode is restored.
If the camera with video loss is visible, the black cameo and the video loss message continue
to be displayed as long as there is no video present.
5.11.4
Multiple alarms
Monitor A can switch to a multiscreen view if more than one alarm occurs. The latest alarm
status message is always shown. Press the acknowledge
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Configuration menu
Access all the parameters that are used to configure the unit via the menu system. The large
number of available parameters gives the opportunity to program extensive functionality.
Administrator rights are required to access the configuration menus.
There are four ways to access the menu system:
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the front panel keys,
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a USB mouse,
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the IR Remote Control,
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remotely via the Web-based Configuration application.
In all cases, the parameters available are the same. Slight differences in navigation and
selection are due only to the differences between the keys on the unit, the mouse, and the
interface of the Web browser. The menu structure is the same in all cases.
This chapter explains how to access the menus locally on the unit. It also documents the
structure of the configuration menu system.
The configuration menu is accessed from the top menu. The settings submenus give access to
all configurable items for the unit.
Figure 6.1 System Configuration menu
The configuration menu has six major menu groups listed across the top. Each of these groups
has a set of drop-down submenus which provide access to a screen where the values and
functions can be selected and changed.
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Submenus
Camera
Video Adjustment
PTZ
Continuous Recording
Input Recording
Motion Recording
Network Live Streaming
Schedule
Video Format
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Display
Exception Days
Language
Monitor A
Event
Monitor B
Input
Motion
Alarm Acknowledge
Network
System
TCP/IP
DDNS
Notification
System
Mail
Date/Time
NTP
Beeper
User
Configuration
Hard Disk
System
Table 6.1 System Configuration menu structure
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Camera
Use the Camera menu to configure the recording set up for each of the three profiles.
1.
2.
6.1.1
Configure the settings for Continuous, Input, and Motion recording.
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Continuous recording - the default recording mode
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Input recording - activated upon an input contact event
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Motion recording - activated upon a motion event
Choose an input channel to configure the settings for an individual video and audio input.
Camera
Figure 6.2 Camera - Camera
Use this menu to enable the video and audio inputs.
Enable
This setting enables or disables the video and corresponding audio inputs.
Name
Enter a name for the selected input. The name can be up to 16 characters long.
Covert
This setting enables or disables the hiding video from unauthorized users. When enabled
Advanced, Normal and unauthenticated Users will be shown only a blank screen, equivalent to
the camera being disabled. Administrator level users are able to view live, playback, and
archive covert video.
Audio
Enable Audio input when an audio source is connected for the specified channel.
Note:
Disabling channels will allow increasing the frame rate or resolution on the remaining enabled
channels.
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Table 6.2 Maximum Frame Rates (PAL/NTSC IPS) by Resolutions for enabled Channels
6.1.2
Video adjustment
Figure 6.3 Camera - Video adjustment
Channel
Select the camera channel for adjustment. The preview will display the channel indicated.
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PTZ
Figure 6.4 Camera - PTZ
Select a COM Port, Control ID, and Protocol for PTZ when a controllable camera is
connected.
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Pan and Tilt can be tested within the menu.
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Continuous Recording
Figure 6.5 Camera - Continuous Recording
Continuous recording mode:
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Resolution - set the video resolution to 4CIF (704x576/480 PAL/NTSC), 2CIF (704x288/
240 PAL/NTSC), or CIF (352x288/240 PAL/NTSC).
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Quality - set the video quality setting to Best, High, Normal, Low, or Lowest.
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Frame rate - set the video frame rate to 25/30, 12.5/15, 6.25/7.5, 5/6, 2.5/3, or 1/1 IPS
(Images Per Second in PAL/NTSC).
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Input Recording
Figure 6.6 Camera - Input Recording
Use the same procedure as in Continuous Recording.
Pre-event
Pre-event recording can be switched off or to a displayed pre-event recording time by input
and motion recording. The pre-event recording time is dependent on video complexity,
resolution, quality, and frame rate settings.
Post-event
Post-event recording duration can be set between 10 seconds and 10 minutes, or set to
Follow the alarm state.
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Motion Recording
Figure 6.7 Camera - Motion Recording
Use the same procedure as in Input Recording.
6.1.7
Network Live Streaming
Figure 6.8 Camera - Network Live Streaming
Use the same procedure as Continuous Recording to set the values for cameras that will be
streamed over the network.
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Network Streaming performance is limited by the total bandwidth between the unit and
the PC running the Web-based control application.
Note:
Disabling channels will allow increasing the frame rate on the remaining enabled channels.
Channels Enabled
4
3
2
1
Table 6.3
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CIF
12.5/15
12.5/15
25/30
25/30
Maximum Frame Rates (PAL/NTSC IPS) by Resolutions for enabled Channels
Video format
Figure 6.9 Camera - Video format
Select the Video format, NTSC, PAL, or Auto detect, that the unit will operate with. When set
to Auto detect, the format during startup of the video on channel 1 will be used to set the DVR
to either PAL or NTSC.
Select the VGA Output to match the best VGA resolution on the used VGA monitor (monitor
A).
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Schedule
Setting the dynamic characteristics
The settings in the Schedule menu provide the opportunity to tap the powerful functionality of
the unit. By spending some time in planning and setting up the schedules, efficient use of
resources is achieved while effectively covering most types of working situations.
Recording is scheduled in a weekly calendar, changing the behavior at a particular date or
time (for example, weekends or nights).
Eight different record modes can be stored. Each record mode changes the quality and frame
rate settings according to the settings in Continuous, Input, and Motion Recording.
Figure 6.10
Schedule - Schedule
The eight record modes are represented by four colors and four striped bands in a graphical
representation of the weekly schedule. The schedule can be changed by selecting a time to
select a recording mode.
6.2.1
Schedule
Configuration:
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The use of a schedule is defined in a calendar that covers one week. This calendar is then
repeated for subsequent weeks.
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A mode is specified at intervals of 1 hour for each day of the week.
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Program exception days to change profiles for special days and holidays.
Edit:
1.
Select the first time to change mode and press the enter
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2.
key to cycle the modes.
Changing the mode sets the mode for all later time to the same mode.
Move to the next chronological mode change and press the enter
key to cycle to the
next mode.
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Use Ch copy to copy the settings of the schedule to another channel.
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When finished, select Exit to save the updated schedule.
Exception days
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Up to 32 exceptions can be set that override the schedule.
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To add an exception, select Add. Choose the date from the Calendar.
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To edit an exception, select List and then select the value to edit.
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To remove an exception, select List and click the Delete button.
6.3
Display
6.3.1
Language
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6.3.2
Select a Language from the list.
Monitor A
Figure 6.11
Display - Monitor A
1.
Select which items are displayed on Monitor A when the OSD is active.
2.
Set the Sequence dwell time for each channel.
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The Sequence dwell time is used during Sequence or if multiple active events trigger the
monitor.
6.3.3
Monitor B
Use the same procedure as Monitor A.
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Event
Use the Event menu to specify the desired behavior for an Input, detected Motion, or System
failures; also define how alarms are acknowledged.
6.4.1
Input
Figure 6.12
Event - Input
Inputs are always active on the unit.
Input Type
The Event behavior can be configured independantly for each channel.
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N.O. - Normally Open causes an alarm to tigger only when the circuit closes
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N.C. - Normally Closed causes an alarm to tigger only when the circuit is opened
Camera
Set the camera between 1 and 4, which is set to an alarm based on the input.
Relay output
Select the relay to trigger in response to the input.
PTZ
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For the camera associated with the input, a PTZ preset can be sent to the camera to
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Enter a pre-position number from 1-255 for each of the PTZ cameras that should be
move to a specified pre-position.
moved.
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Motion
The motion detection feature can be configured by selecting the camera channel for each
individual video input.
Figure 6.13
Event - Motion
1.
Adjust the Sensitivity to set the theshold at which Motion is detected.
2.
Select the Relay Output to trigger in the event of Motion.
3.
To define the motion sensitive area in the Area preview cameo window:
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Draw in the preview cameo and press Enter to select a motion area.
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Use the arrow keys to move around the grid, pressing the enter key to toggle each
grid block from active to inactive.
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Click Clear All to delete the selected area.
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Alarm acknowledge
The alarm acknowledge feature can be configured for automatic or manual operation.
Figure 6.14
Event - Alarm acknowledge
Select the Post-event time to enable the unit to automatically acknowledge alarms when the
post-event time is expired.
Select Manual to require the operator to press the Acknowledge key to acknowledge an
alarm.
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System menu
The relay outputs can be configured to react to system events.
Figure 6.15
Event - System menu
For each system event, select relay number 1 to activate an output relay when an events
occurs, or select None for no activation.
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Network
6.5.1
TCP/IP
Figure 6.16
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Network - TCP/IP
Enable DHCP to have the IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway assigned
automatically by the network server.
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If DHCP is disabled, fill in the IP address, the Subnet mask, the default Gateway,
and the Primary DNS server address. If required, change the default HTTP port no.
(80) to a new value.
2.
Restrict the network Bandwidth limit by entering a value between 256 Kbps and
100 Mbps. If 256 or 512_Kbps is selected, the DVR automatically selects I-frame only
video at 1 IPS for transmission over the low bandwidth network connection.
(A video clip is not attached to an e-mail if 256 or 512_Kbps is selected.)
3.
Enable the RTSP server to stream live video (for example, to a smart phone). If RTSP is
enabled (on), enter a TCP/IP port number (default port 554).
4.
ICMP is set to Off by default (ping is not available). Set ICMP to On if you are using
Control Center software version 3.34 or lower).
6.5.2
Streaming to mobile devices
The Real Time Streaming Protocol (RTSP) feature allows live video streaming over the
network.
Attention:
If you enable this feature (RTSP server to On) and the firewall on a ADSL router is opened,
anybody can view the cameras. There is no log-on user ID or password to protect a camera
live image.
6.5.3
Connecting using a smart mobile phone
Your smart phone should support RTSP network protocol and includes a RTSP capable player
application that can display H.264 video streams. The RTSP transports the remote (network)
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stream or the local recording stream if the remote stream is disabled.Performance depends
on the decoding performance of mobile device. Streaming may fail if the bandwidth of the
internet connection is too low.You can connect to the DVR to view one live-view channel as
follows:
1.
Enable RTSP On in Network-TCP/IP menu for DVR.
2.
Set the DVR IP address in DHCP or enable static IP for DVR.
3.
Input the following on the smart phone.
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4.
rtsp:// xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/cgi-bin/rtspStream/1
If the RTSP port is not the default port (554), use the following on the smart phone.
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rtsp://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:firewall open port/cgi-bin/rtspStream/1
Note:
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx is the DVR IP address; 1 refers to channel 1, 2 refers to channel 2, etc.
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DDNS
Figure 6.17
Network - DDNS
Select a DDNS provider and complete the details with the configuration information assigned
by the provider.
6.5.5
Notification
Figure 6.18
Network - Notification
Select the events that will trigger the unit to send an e-mail.
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Mail
Figure 6.19
1.
Network - Mail
Enable Send Mail to have an e-mail sent out from the system according to the settings in
the Notification Menu.
2.
Use More E-mail Settings to set the From, Subject, and up to three recipients.
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The E-mail Test button will immediately generate an e-mail to help verify that the
unit settings are correct.
SMTP Server
Set to the mail server that processes outgoing e-mail for your network. This can be either an
IP address or a Fully Qualified Domain Name (ex. 10.0.0.1 or smtp.example.com)
SMTP Port Number
This is the port the mail server receives e-mail on. The internet standard for e-mail is port 25,
but some servers use different ports to protect against being used to transmit bulk,
unsolicited e-mail.
SSL
Some mail servers require encryption to transmit e-mail. If required, this option allows SLL
encryption to be used to send e-mail. If not required, do not enable this feature.
User name and Password
If authentication is required, regardless of encryption, enter the User name and Password
provided by your administrator in each field respectively.
More E-mail Settings - From
This is the e-mail address that will appear as the sender of all e-mail originating from the unit.
More E-mail Settings - Subject
This is the subject that will appear in all e-mail sent by the unit.
More E-mail Settings - To
Enter up to three e-mail addresses that outgoing e-mail should be sent to.
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System
6.6.1
Date/Time
Figure 6.20
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System -Date/Time
Enter the actual Date.
2.
Fill in the actual Time.
3.
Select a Date format which shows either the month (MM), the day (DD), or the year
(YYYY) first.
4.
Select either a 12-hour or a 24-hour clock Time format.
5.
Select a Time zone from the list (daylight saving time must be set manually).
6.
Set Daylight Saving to On to enable it. Fill in the day, month, and time of both Start and
End time, and the Offset if it differs from the information associated with your time zone.
6.6.2
NTP
The Time server function synchronizes the time of the unit with the time of a network time
server or another NTP-capable device. Choose either a Public Server to use a calibrated NTP
server on the Internet, or select a Private Server to set your own time source. Fill in the IP
address of the private network time server. Ensure that firewalls do not block NTP traffic via
UDP port 123.
1.
2.
Press NTP Test to start time synchronization.
Set the Synchronization Interval to keep the unit closly matched with the time source.
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6.6.3
Intervals can be as frequent as hourly, or as long as monthly.
Beeper
Select when the unit will Beep:
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On every Button press
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When the unit is triggered by an Input, Motion, System failure, or Video loss.
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Users
Figure 6.21
System -User
General
The system contains a permanent Admin account with Administrator permissions. This user is
logged in by default, e.g. after powering up the unit.
Admin
Enter a Password that can be up to 12 characters. The default Administrator password is
000000 (six zeros).
User 1, 2... 9
Up to nine users can be defined.
1.
Enter a User name up to 16 characters.
2.
Enter a Password up to 12 characters.
3.
Control access to the system by selecting a user Level.
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User Level can be set to Administrator, Advanced or Normal user.
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Configuration
Figure 6.23
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System - Configuration
Import configuration will load previously saved system settings from a USB memory
device.
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Export configuration saves a copy of the system settings to a USB memory device.
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Select Factory defaults to reset the settings in the menu system to their default values.
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Update firmware checks a USB memory device when connected for a new version of the
unit software. Once started, the unit must not be powered off until the update is
completed. See Section 2.1.3 Firmware upgrades.
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Quick install opens the Quick install menu that was first presented when the unit was
powered on when received from the factory.
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Hard Disk
Figure 6.24
System - Hard disk
The Hard Disk menu gives access to settings that affect video retention as well as a means to
format the hard disk.
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Overwrite allows the unit to continuously record, overwriting the oldest unprotected
video on the hard disk with newer video.
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The Disk full warning sets the threshold as which point the unit triggers an alarm
indicating the drive is nearly full. This setting has no effect when Overwrite is in use.
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By default, the disk has only one partition where Continous and Event recordings are
stored. This is the case when Event Partition is set to 0%.
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The disk can be segmented into two partitions by setting the Event Partition to a value
greater than 0%. The first partition then stores video from Continuous Recording; the
second partition the events recording. The Event Partition specifies the percentage of
the hard disk dedicated to preserving video from Inputs and Motion.
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Auto delete sets a time window outside of which all video will be deleted from the unit.
This function is primarily reserved to meet legal requirement in some jurisdictions.
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System
Figure 6.25
System - System
The System menu contains miscellaneous settings for the unit.
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IR remote control allows for up to nine units to recieve commands from a single remote
control without interfering with one another. Once the number has been selected, set the
corresponding ID on the remote control to continue to operate the unit.
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The DVR ID allows setting a unique ID for the unit. This name will be embedded in meta
data included in exported video.
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Auto user logout sets the period of inactivity after which the user will be automatically
logged out from the unit.
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Web Client Software
The Web Client Software gives full remote control of the DVR using a PC. Up to four remote
users can access and control the unit. Remote live viewing, search, playback, and system
configuration are provided. Remote control functions include pan, tilt, and zoom control of
cameras, and video archiving. An on-line status overview of the connected unit is also
provided.
To access a unit, a user must log on using the same User ID and Password used for local
access. The Web Client will follow the permissions of the user account, restricting the
functions available to each remote user; for example, the ability to archive video. See
Section 5 Operating instructions, page 27 chapter for more details on User Levels.
7.1
Getting started
To use the Web Client, the unit and the PC must be able to connect via a TCP/IP network
connection. Follow the instructions in Section 6.5 Network, page 61 to ensure the unit can be
reached on the Network.
7.1.1
System requirements
Operating platform: A PC running Windows XP, Windows Vista, or Windows 7.
For the Configuration Tool, the recommended PC requirements are:
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7.1.2
Processor: Intel Core Duo, 2.0 GHz or comparable
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RAM memory: 2048 MB
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Free hard disk space: 10 MB
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Graphics card: NVIDIA GeForce 8600 or higher
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Network interface: 10/100-BaseT
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Web Browser: Internet Explorer 7, 8 or 9
Connecting to the DVR the first time
The video decoder and playback controller is automatically installed on the PC the first time
the user connects the PC to the DVR:
1.
2.
Open Internet Explorer.
In the address bar, type the address of the unit.
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3.
This can be either the IP address or a DDNS address, if enabled on the unit.
Internet Explorer will prompt to install the OCX software that is used to show live and
playback video.
4.
Once installed, the screen will refresh and prompt for a User ID and Password.
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Once installed on a PC, the Web Client will not need to install the OCX again unless
a new version is released with a new unit firmware.
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How to log on
When establishing a new connection to the unit, the Log on window appears.
Figure 7.1 Web Client - Log on window via a network
1.
Type the User ID and Password.
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The User ID and Password are the same as those used to access the unit locally. The
default User ID is ADMINISTRATOR, the default password is 000000 (six zeros).
2.
Click Log on.
Maximum number of users
If the maximum number of users for the Web Client is exceeded, a window is displayed.
7.2.1
Menu structure differences
The Web Client allows access to and use of unit menu items. These menu items are explained
in Section 6 Configuration menu, page 46. Although the structure is the same, menus and
settings behave differently because of the Web Browser.
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Introducing the browser window
The browser window is built up of three main areas:
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A mode bar across the top, containing buttons for changing between live and playback,
export, system settings, and buttons to toggle video between full screen, quad, or
sequence.
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A vertical side bar that changes based on the context of the Mode Bar.
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The work space, showing video in the Live or Playback context, the export menu in the
Export context, and system menus in the Configuration context.
Figure 7.2 Web Client - Live
7.3.1
Live mode
The live video window is shown by clicking the Live
button. On this screen, the user
can:
7.3.2
–
view live video
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select different multiscreen displays
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assign cameras to cameos
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control ptz cameras
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monitor unit status and alarm conditions
PTZ camera control
Pan and tilt
To control the pan and tilt of PTZ cameras:
1.
Select the cameo of the camera to be controlled.
2.
Click and hold the up and down arrows for tilt.
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Click and hold the left and right arrows to pan.
4.
Release the mouse button to stop camera movement controls.
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Zoom, focus, and iris
To control the zoom, focus, and iris of PTZ cameras:
1.
Select the cameo of the camera to be controlled.
2.
Click and hold the left zoom button
button
3.
4.
for far focus; click and hold the right focus
for near focus.
Click and hold the left iris button
button
5.
to zoom in.
Click and hold the left focus button
button
to zoom out; click and hold the right zoom
to close the iris; click and hold the right iris
to open the iris.
Release the mouse button to stop camera adjustment controls.
Pre-position
To move the active camera to a pre-position:
1.
Enter a pre-position number using the keyboard.
2.
Click Shot (or press enter).
Click buttons one to six for immediate positioning to one of the first six pre-positions.
To store the current position of the camera in a pre-position:
1.
Position the camera.
2.
Enter a pre-position number.
3.
Click Set.
Aux commands
Aux commands are special commands for controlling cameras. To switch on the Aux
command:
1.
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Enter an Aux number.
2.
Click Aux + (or press enter).
3.
To switch off the Aux command, click Aux -.
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Camera views
To switch the display mode, click one of the camera view
buttons to
change the cameo display configuration:
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Single
view, Quad
Full Screen
view, and Sequence
display modes are available.
expands the current display mode to fill the entire screen. Press ESC to
exit Full Screen.
7.3.4
Playback mode
Click the Playback
button to show the playback window. On this screen, the user can:
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jump to a specific date and time to view playback video;
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view a graphical timeline of the day for recording, input, or motion events.
Figure 7.3 Web Client - Playback
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Export mode
Click the Export
button to show the export window. On this screen, the user can:
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export a file remotely to the PC;
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choose the channel, audio, start and end date/times to export.
Figure 7.4 Web Client - Export
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Video Recorder 430/451 Series
Configuration mode
Click the Configuration
button to enter the Configuration menu. This allows set up of all
the configuration settings for the unit.
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Archive Player
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Getting started
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The Divar Archive Player allows viewing archived video recordings on a PC that have been
archived from the DVR or Web Client. It also provides the opportunity to check the
authenticity of the archived video.
8.1.1
System requirements
Operating platform: A PC running Windows XP, Windows Vista, or Windows 7.
For the Configuration Tool, the recommended PC requirements are:
8.1.2
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Processor: Intel Core Duo, 2.0 GHz or comparable
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RAM memory: 2048 MB
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Graphics card: NVIDIA GeForce 8600 or higher
Installation
The Archive Player does not require installation to function. When a video is archived, the
Archive Player is automatically copied to the same directory as the archive file. Separate
installation of the Archive Player is not necessary. When copying the archive file to other
media afterwards, make sure to also copy the ArchivePlayer.exe file as well.
8.1.3
Starting the Program
Double-click the ArchivePlayer.exe file to start the program.
To open a video archive
When starting the program, a list of available archive files are displayed. Archive files are
identified by the .400 extension for the DVR 400 Series.
Figure 8.1 Archive Player - Openning a video archive on startup
1.
Select an archive file to view.
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2.
If the file is not listed, scroll down the list or choose the right location.
Click Open.
To exit the program, click Cancel or the close button.
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Introducing the main window
The main window appears upon selection of an archive file. The window is built up of three
main areas:
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A horizontal top bar containing buttons for screen control.
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A vertical side bar containing buttons for camera selection and playback control.
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A video area displaying the video content and a playback slider bar.
Figure 8.2 Archive Player - main window
8.2.1
Open button
To open an archive, click the Open
button. The Open Video window appears. Select a
different archive file and click Open.
8.3
Camera Views
To switch the display mode:
1.
2.
Click one of the camera view buttons to change the cameo display configuration.
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Single
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Quad
To change the zoom factor, drag the zoom slider.
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When zoom is selected, left click on the cameo to zoom in, right click to zoom out.
Click, hold, and drag inside the cameo to move the image around.
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Viewing Images
8.4.1
Assigning Cameos
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A cameo is a single camera picture in a multiscreen display.
To assign a camera to a cameo:
1.
Click on a Cameo;
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2.
the selected cameo has a yellow border.
Double-click a camera from the list.
To undo a cameo assignment:
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Click the close button on the cameo.
If audio is present on the channel when a cameo is selected, it will be played.
8.5
Using the playback controls
Figure 8.3 Archive Player - playback controls
Play
Click the Play
button to play recorded video forward in the playback window:
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The playback speed depends on the setting of the speed
slider.
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Some frames may be dropped depending on the PC resources, selected playback
speed, or insufficient network bandwidth.
Play Reverse
Click the Play reverse
button to play recorded video in reverse in the playback window:
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The playback speed depends on the setting of the speed
slider.
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Some frames will be dropped in Play Reverse as a result of the compression
process. Additional frames may be dropped as a result of the selected playback
speed or insufficient network bandwidth.
Playback Speed
The slider controls the speed of the continuous forward and reverse play.
Still
Click the Still
–
button to pause playback;
The last image is shown as a still in the playback window.
Step forward
The step function is only enabled in the still mode.
1.
Click the Step forward
button to move the image forward one frame.
2.
Hold it down to continue stepping at a maximum rate of 3 images per second.
Step backward
The step function is only enabled in the still mode.
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Click Step backward
to move the image back one frame.
2.
Hold it down to continue stepping at a maximum rate of 3 images per second.
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Capturing a still image
Capture still images from the full screen display of a camera and save them to the PC hard
disk in a bitmap format.
To save an image from the active cameo to the PC hard disk:
1.
Click the Capture
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2.
button;
The Snapshot pop-up window appears.
To change the default location, browse to the location in the PC file system where the
image file is to be stored.
3.
Type a new name for the file to change the file name.
4.
Click Save.
Authentication information is shown under the image.
8.6
Find image
Figure 8.4 Archive Player - date and time fields and Go button
1.
2.
Fill in a date and time.
Click the Go
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8.7
button;
Playback starts at the specified date and time.
Video slider bar
The video slider bar shows the relative playback time within the video interval and allows its
adjustment.
8.8
Checking authenticity
1. Click the Check
button to verify the authenticity of the archive:
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A progress bar will be displayed if the check takes some time.
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An information window indicates the authenticity of the archive.
Verifying individual frames
For authenticity verification of individual frames, pause playback and then click the
information
button. This opens the Authenticity information window. This window shows
details of the video frame shown in the cameo when it was clicked.
8.9
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Menu default values
The following tables list the items of the menu system of the unit. The Default value column
shows the values that are restored when the factory defaults item of the System settings
menu is selected. An N in the Reset column means that this value is not reset when the
factory defaults are recalled.
Table 9.1
Quick Install menu default values
Navigation
Setting
Default value
Reset
International
Language
English
Y
Time zone
GMT+0
N
Time format
12-hour
N
Time
0:00
N
Date format
YYYY-MM-DD
N
Resolution
CIF
Y
Video quality
Normal
Y
Frame rate
30 (NTSC)/25 (PAL)
Y
Convert
Off
Y
DVR Name
01
Y
DHCP
Enabled
N
IP address
0.0.0.0
N
Subnet mask
0.0.0.0
N
Continuous
Cameras 1-4
Recording
Network
Table 9.2
Setup
Configuration menu default values
Navigation
Camera
Camera
Cameras 1 ~ 4
Video Adjustment Cameras 1 ~ 4
PTZ
Cameras 1 ~ 4
Continuous
Cameras 1 ~ 4
Recording
Input Recording
Cameras 1 ~ 4
Motion Recording Cameras 1 ~ 4
Network Live
Streaming
Video Format
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Setting
Enable
Name
Covert
Audio
Brightness
Contrast
Color
COM Port
Control ID
Protocol
Baud Rate
Resolution
Quality
Frame rate
Resolution
Quality
Frame rate
Resolution
Quality
Frame rate
Enabled
Resolution
Quality
Frame rate
Video Format
Default value
On
Camera 1~4
Off
None
50
50
50
None
00
Bosch
9600
CIF
Normal
30(NTSC)/25(PAL)
CIF
Normal
30(NTSC)/25(PAL)
CIF
Normal
30(NTSC)/25(PAL)
On
CIF
Normal
15(NTSC)/12.5(PAL)
Auto-Detect on Camera
Reset
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
VGA Output
1
800x600
N
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Table 9.2
Configuration menu default values
Navigation
Schedule
Display
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Setting
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Exception Days
Language
Monitor A
Monitor B
Event
Input
Input 1 ~ 4
Motion
Camera 1 ~ 4
Alarm acknowledge
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Disk Full
Fan Fail
System/Disk Temp
Admin Password
Default value
Continous
Continous
Continous
Continous
Continous
Continous
Continous
None
English
On
On
On
On
On
Off
Off
2 sec
2 sec
2 sec
2 sec
On
On
On
Off
2 sec
2 sec
2 sec
2 sec
N.O.
1~4
None
None
01:Name
5
None
All On
Post-Event Time
None
None
None
None
None
Reset
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Changed
Video Loss
Power On
None
None
Y
Y
Language
Camera Name
Camera Status
Date/Time
Playback Date/Time
Playback Status
HDD Status
Event Popup
Camera 1 Dwell Time
Camera 2 Dwell Time
Camera 3 Dwell Time
Camera 4 Dwell Time
Camera Name
Camera Status
Date/Time
Event Popup
Camera 1 Dwell Time
Camera 2 Dwell Time
Camera 3 Dwell Time
Camera 4 Dwell Time
Input Type
Camera
Relay Output
PTZ Preset
Camera
Sensitivity
Relay Output
Area
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Configuration menu default values
Navigation
Network
TCP/IP
DDNS
dyndns.org
tzo.com
sitesolutions.com
Notification
Mail
More Mail Settings
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Setting
DHCP
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Gateway
Primary DNS
Secondary DNS
HTTP Port No.
Bandwidth Limit
RTSP Server
RTSP PORT
ICMP
DDNS Server
Host Name
User Name
Password
Host Name
Email
Key
User Name
Password
Record ID
FQDN
Input
Motion Detect
Disk Fail
Disk Full
Fan Fail
System/Disk Temp
Admin Password
Default value
Enabled
0.0.0.0
0.0.0.0
0.0.0.0
0.0.0.0
0.0.0.0
80
100Mbps
Off
554
Off
Disabled
EMPTY
EMPTY
EMPTY
EMPTY
EMPTY
EMPTY
EMPTY
EMPTY
EMPTY
EMPTY
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Reset
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Change
Video Loss
Power On
Send Mail
SMTP Server
SMTP Port
SSL
User Name
Password
From
Subject
To (1)
To (2)
To (3)
Off
Off
Off
EMPTY
25
Off
EMPTY
EMPTY
EMPTY
EMPTY
EMPTY
EMPTY
EMPTY
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
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Configuration menu default values
Navigation
System
Date/Time
NTP
Beeper
User
ADMINISTRATOR
Configuration
Import Configuration
Export Configuration
Factory Defaults
Update Firmware
Quick Install
Hard Disk
System
Table 9.3
Default value
2010-01-01
12:00:00 AM
YYYY/MM/DD
12 hour
GMT+0
Off
Jan 1st Sun 00
Reset
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Start
Daylight Savings End
NTP
Time Server
Private Time Server
Sync Interval
Button
Input
Motion
System
Video Loss
Level
Password
Jan 1st Sun 00
Off
Public server
0.0.0.0
1 day
Off
Off
Off
On
Off
Administrator
000000
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
N
Overwrite
Disk Full Warning
Event Partition
Auto Delete
Format
IR Remote Control
DVR Name
Auto User Logout
All
90%
20%
Off
All
01
01
Off
Y
Y
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Search menu default values
Navigation
Search
Date/Time
Event
Smart
Table 9.4
Setting
Date
Time
Date Format
Time Format
Time Zone
Daylight Savings
Daylight Savings
Setting
Date
Time
Channel
Start
End
Event Type
Channel
Start
End
Sensitivity
Area
Default value
Current Date
Current Time
1
Start of Video
Current Time
All
1
Start of Video
Current Time
5
Off
Reset
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Setting
Channel
Start Time
End Time
Default value
None
None
None
Reset
Y
Y
Y
Archive menu default values
Navigation
Archive
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Technical specifications
10.1
Electrical
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Voltage and Power
All models
120-230 VAC ± 10%; 1 A, 50/60 Hz
Video
Inputs
Composite video 1 Vpp, 75 ohm, automatic
Outputs
termination
Monitor A - VGA RGB
Video standard
Monitor B - 1 Vpp, 75 ohm, sync 0.3 V ± 10%
SVGA
Resolution
PAL/NTSC auto-detect or menu selectable
SVGA 800 x 600 or 1024 x 768 or 1280 x 1024
AGC
Digital Zoom
Compression
704 x 576 PAL - 720 x 480 NTSC
Automatic adjustment of gain for each video input
2 times
H.264
Audio
Inputs
Outputs
Sample rate
Compression
Mono RCA, 1 Vpp, 10k ohm
Mono RCA, 1 Vpp, 10k ohm
8 kHz per channel
ADPCM
Alarm Handling
Inputs
4 configurable NO/NC
Outputs
max input voltage 15 VDC
4 relay outputs; configurable NO/NC max rated
30 VAC - 30 VDC - 0.5 A continuous
Control
RS232
Output signals according to EIA/TIA-232-F, max
RS485
input voltage ±25 V
Conform RS485
max signal voltage -8 V - +12 V
Connectors
Video inputs
Audio inputs
Ethernet
Monitors
Audio outputs
Alarm connectors
4 looping BNC, auto-terminating
1 or 4 RCA (CINCH)
RJ45, 10/100BaseT according to IEEE802.3
BNC (1), VGA D-sub (1)
1 RCA
Screw terminal inputs, cable cross section
RS232
RS485
AWG 26-16 (0.13-1.5 mm2)
DB9 male
Screw terminal output, cable cross section
USB
AWG 28-16 (0.08-1.5 mm2)
Type A connector (2)
USB 1.1 on rear for mouse
USB 2.0 on front for mouse and USB memory
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Storage
Hard Disks
Record Rate (IPS)
1 SATA hard drive
PAL: 25 total, configurable per camera: 25, 12.5,
6.25, 5, 2.5, 1
NTSC: 30 total, configurable per camera: 30, 15,
7.5, 5, 3, 1
4CIF: 704 x 576 PAL - 704 x 480 NTSC
Record Resolution
2CIF: 704 x 288 PAL - 704 x 240 NTSC
CIF: 352 x 288 PAL - 352 x 240 NTSC
Best
Record Quality
High
Normal
Low
Lowest
Display Modes
Monitor A
Full, full sequence, quad, alarm call-up (live and
Monitor B
playback)
Full, full sequence, alarm call-up (live)
Recording Modes
Linear, continuous
10.1.1
10.1.2
Mechanical
Dimensions (excluding cabling)
357 x 362 x 78 mm (W x D x H)
Weight
14.1 x 14.2 x 3.1 inch (W x D x H)
approx. 4.7 kg / 10.34 lbs
Environmental
Temperature
Operating: 0 °C to +40 °C (+32 °F to +104 °F)
Storage: -40 °C to +70 °C (-40° F to +158 °F)
Relative humidity
Operating: <93% non-condensing
Storage: <95% non-condensing
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Electromagnetic and Safety
EMC requirements
USA
FCC Part 15, Class B
EU
EMC directive2004/108/EC
Immunity
EN50130-4
Emission
EN55022 Class B
Harmonics
EN61000-3-2
Voltage fluctuations
EN61000-3-3
Safety
10.2
USA
UL60950-1
EU
CE, EN60950-1
Canada
CAN/CSA - C22.2 no. 60950-1
DVD compatibility
The following DVD media have been tested on the 400 Series for video export. Other brands/
types might also work but could give problems.
Brand
HP
Memorex
Philips
Sony
TDK
Verbatim
Maxell
Philips
Sony
TDK
Verbatim
Table 10.1
Type
+RW
+RW
+RW
+RW
+RW
+RW
+R
+R
+R
+R
+R
Speed
4X
4X
4X
4X
4X
4X
16X
16X
16X
16X
16X
Size
4.7 GB
4.7 GB
4.7 GB
4.7 GB
4.7 GB
4.7 GB
4.7 GB
4.7 GB
4.7 GB
4.7 GB
4.7 GB
DVD compatibility list
Note:
DVD -R and -RW are not supported.
10.3
USB memory sticks
The following USB memory sticks have been tested on the 400 Series for firmware update and
video export. Other brands/types might also work but could give problems.
Brand/type
Apacer
Corsair Flash Voyager
Kingston DataTraveler II plus MIGO
Table 10.2
Bosch Security Systems
Capacity
2 GB
8 GB, 16 GB
8 GB
Recommended USB memory sticks
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Appendix
A.1
Software licenses
This product contains both software that is proprietary Bosch software licensed under the
Bosch standard license terms, and software licensed on the basis of other licenses.
A.1.1
Bosch software
All Bosch software © Bosch Security Systems.Bosch software is licensed under the terms of
the End User License Agreement (EULA) of Bosch Security Systems B.V. or Bosch Security
Systems Inc, as available together with the physical carrier (CD or DVD). Any use is subject to
agreement and compliance with such EULA, as applicable.
A.1.2
Other licenses — copyright notices
–
GPL v2 copyright notice: This product includes software licensed under the GNU GPLv2
Copyright © 1989, 1991 Free Software Foundation, Inc. 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor,
Boston, MA 02110-1301, USA.
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GPL v3 copyright notice: This product includes software licensed under the GNU GPL v3
Copyright © 2007 Free Software Foundation, Inc. (http://fsf.org/)
–
LGPL v2.1 copyright notice: This product includes software licensed under the GNU
LGPL v2.1 Copyright © 1991, 1999 Free Software Foundation, Inc. 51 Franklin Street,
Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA
–
SSL Copyright notice: This product includes software developed by the OpenSSL Project
for use in the OpenSSL Toolkit (http://www.openssl.org/)
Copyright © 1998-2008 The OpenSSL Project. All rights reserved.
–
CDDL Copyright notices: This product includes software licensed under the CDDL v1.0
At the time of printing this manual, the following other licenses apply to the following
software components included in the DVR 600 Series:
Name software component
uboot, linux kernel, smartmontools, busybox, nbsmtp, rp-pppoe,
License (*)
GNU GPL v2
fdisk, kernel modules, findutil
uclibc
dosfstools
openssl
cdrtools
GNU LGPL v2.1
GNU GPL v3
OpenSSL
CDDL v1.0, GNU GPL v2
(*) Full texts of the appropriate licenses are available at the links below and are also delivered
together with the software on the physical carrier.
–
GNU GPL v2 — http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-2.0.html
–
GNU GPL v3 — http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-3.0.html
–
GNU LGPL v2.1 — http://www.gnu.org/licenses/lgpl-2.1.html
–
OpenSSL — http://www.openssl.org/source/license.html
–
CDDL v1.0 — http://www.openssl.org/source/license.html
Bosch is committed to comply with the relevant terms of any open source license included in
its products. To this effect, Bosch has created a web site (www.boschsecurity.com/oss) to
enable any licensee of open source software to have access to the relevant source code or
other information that such licensee may be entitled to under the terms of a relevant license.
Any software that is licensed under an open source license, under the terms of which the
licensee is entitled to obtain the program or its source code, can be obtained through the
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OSS web site, indicated below, for the relevant period as mentioned in the relevant open
source license.
The relevant open source software can be found at:
www.boschsecurity.com/oss
To obtain the complete Corresponding Source Code in the physical medium such as CD-ROM
by airmail, Bosch may charge for reasonable costs related to producing a physical carrier of
open source software or source code. This offer is valid to anyone in receipt of this
information.
A.1.3
Warranties and disclaimer of warranties
Software provided under other licenses has specific disclaimers of warranties. These are
repeated in the full license texts, and apply in full to the relevant software components.
All software components provided under the other licenses are provided "as is" without any
warranty of any kind, including but not limited to any implied warranty of merchantability or
fitness for a particular purpose, unless stated otherwise in writing. Please see the full text of
the relevant software licenses for further details.The Bosch standard product warranty only
applies to the combination of hardware and software as delivered by Bosch. Without
prejudice to any licensee's right to apply the provisions of a relevant software license, any
modification of any software delivered with or as part of the product may render any warranty
on the whole product or any parts thereof null and void, and Bosch is entitled to charge fees
for any services in relation thereto.
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