Digital Multiplex Recorder
User Manual
Please read this instructions thoroughly before operation and retain it
for future reference.
777 V 1.2
DMR
WARNING
All the safety and operating instructions should be read before operation. The improper operation may cause
permanent damage.
Please use the provided adaptor (Other adaptor is not suitable for this machine).
Please lift and place this equipment gently.
Do not expose this equipment to open sunlight.
Do not use this equipment near water or in contact with water.
Do not spill liquid of any kind on the equipment.
Please power down the unit before unplugging.
Do not switch the Power On & Off within short period of time (within 3 seconds).
Do not attempt to service this equipment by yourself.
Installation should be made by qualified service personnel.
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert
the user to the presence of uninsulated "dangerous voltage" within the product's enclosure that
may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence
of important operating and maintenance-(servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying
the appliance.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
DMR
What do you get ?
FEATURES ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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PACKAGE INCLUDING ------------------------------------------------------------------------
3
Before Operation
INSTALLATION GUIDE ------------------------------------------------------------------------
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FRONT PANEL -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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BACK PANEL -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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Basic Operation
START THIS UNIT --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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OPERATION ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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Detailed Menu Setup
ACCESS MENU ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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MAIN MENU ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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MENU OPTIONS ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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MOTION DETECTION --------------------------------------------------------------------------
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Advanced Operation
OPERATION OPTIONS ------------------------------------------------------------------------
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KEY LOCK ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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RS-232 PROTOCOL ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
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Trouble Shooting ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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Specifications --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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APPENDIX #1 – INSTALLING THE HDD ---------------------------------------------------- 20
APPENDIX #2 – PIN CONFIGURATIONS --------------------------------------------------- 22
APPENDIX #3 – RACK MOUNT ----------------------------------------------------------------
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APPENDIX #4 – RECORDING SPEED -------------------------------------------------------
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What do you
get ?
FEATURES
DMR Features
• Wavelet Compression Format replaces Time-Lapse VCR + Multiplexer
• 4 Audio inputs / 2 Audio outputs
• On Screen Display and RTC (Real time clock) Function
• Support from 4 channel to 7/9/10/13/16 channels video inputs
• Picture-In-Picture (PIP) is available in live and DMR playback modes
• Motion detection function and 4 Level video quality adjustable on each channel
• Alarm Input & Output Function
• Video loss detected on each channel can record 160 events
• Power-loss memory function
• Support 2 Removable HDDs, IDE Type
• Quick Multiple Search by date/time, alarm, full list
• Security password protection
• RS-232, RS-485 communication protocol
PACKAGE INCLUDING
Digital Multiplex Recorder(with HDD cartridge)
Accessories pack
2 Keys for Cartridge
User Manual
Power Adapter and Cord
NOTE : Please check the package to make sure that you receive the complete accessories which includes the
components shown above.
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INSTALLATION GUIDE
Before Operation
1. Connect cameras and monitor with the DMR.
2. Shown below is one example for connecting the DMR to your existing Observation System.
3. Install HDDs (The compatible HDD Brands are listed in the following table.)
Please refer to page.20 Appendix #1 for installation instructions.
The HDDs must be installed before turning on the DMR.
COMPATIBLE HARD DISK BRANDS
Manufacturer
Model
Capacity
Rotation
120GB
HITACHI
HITACHI
HITACHI
Deskstar 180 GXP (120 GB)
Deskstar 7K250, HDS722516VLAT20
Deskstar 7K250, HDS722525VLAT80
160GB
250GB
7200 rpm
7200rpm
7200rpm
IBM
IBM
Maxtor
Deskstar 120GXP (80GB)
Deskstar 120GXP (120GB)
DiamondMax 536DX(60GB) 4W060H4
80GB
120GB
60GB
7200 rpm
7200 rpm
5400rpm
Maxtor
Maxtor
Maxtor
Seagate
Seagate
DiamondMax Plus 9
DiamondMax Plus 9, Model#6Y120L
DiamondMax Plus 9, Model#6Y160L0
Barracuda ATA IV, ST380021A
Barracuda ATA V, ST3120023A
80GB
120GB
160GB
80GB
120GB
7200 rpm
7200 rpm
7200rpm
7200rpm
7200 rpm
Seagate
Barracuda 7200.7 Plus, ST3160023A
Western Digital Caviar WD1200BB-00CAA1
160GB
120GB
7200 rpm
7200rpm
Western Digital Caviar WD2000BB-00DWA0
200GB
7200rpm
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DMR
FRONT PANEL
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4
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Up
16
Left
MENU
SELECT
ENTER
ZOOM
SLOW
HDD
HDD ALARM TIMER PLAY REC
Full
1. REMOVABLE HDD CARTRIDGE
Please refer to page.20 Appendix #1.
2. MENU
Press MENU to enter main menu.
3. ENTER
Press ENTER for confirmation.
4. ZOOM
Press ZOOM to enlarge the picture display.
5.
Press PIP button for Picture in Picture screen.
6. SLOW
To slow down speed of play mode.
7. SELECT
Press the Select to select appointed camera (1~16) to display on full screen mode.
8.
4 channels disp0lay mode
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Right
REC
POWER
Down
9.
7, 9, 10, 13 channels display mode
10.
16 channels display mode
11. LED LIGHT
The LED Light is ON under following condition.
HDD : HDD is activated
HDD Full : HDD is full
ALARM : If you want to turn off the ALARM LED light, please refer to page.14 and set the
Camera / ALARM item as OFF. (all of the cameras should be set as OFF.)
TIMER : When Timer is set as Enabled
PLAY : On Play mode
REC : On Recording mode
12. CAMERA (1-16)
Press the Camera Select (1-16) to select specified camera.
13. REC
Press REC to start recording.
14. REW / LEFT
REW : Under DMR play mode, it can play video backward at different speeds. (Press REW again to adjust
speed as 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32 times)
Left : Under setup mode, it works as Left button.
15. PLAY
Press PLAY to play recorded video.
16. STOP / DOWN
STOP : Under DMR Record / Play mode, it can stop the moment action.
DOWN : Under setup mode, it works as Down button.
17. PAUSE / UP
Pause : Under DMR play mode, it can pause the action.
UP : Under setup mode, it works as Up button.
18. FF / Right
FF : It can play video forward at high speed, and press FF again to adjust speed from 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32 times.
Right : Under setup mode, it can work as Right button.
19. POWER
Press Power to turn ON / OFF the DMR.
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DMR
BACK PANEL
MONITOR
LOOP
AUDIO
IN
AUDIO
OUT
INPUT
CALL
POWER
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
EXTERNAL I/O
WARNING : TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK).
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED
SERVICE PERSONNEL.
1. P0WER
Please use the provided adaptor to connect power cord (Other adaptor is not suitable for this machine).
2. EXTERNAL I/O
Controlled remotely by an external device or control system.
Alarm input, external I / O explanation.
3. 75Ω / HI
When using Loop function, please switch to HI. If you don’t use Loop function or disconnect the video
input, please set it as 75Ω.
4. VIDEO INPUT (1-16)
Connect to video source, such as camera.
5. LOOP (1-16)
Connect video signal between Input port and Loop port to make a loop.
6. AUDIO IN (1-4)
Connect to audio source, such as microphone.
IPS should be set to 25A (for NTSC) or 18A (for PAL)
✻ 4 audio inputs, but only can select 1 during recording.
7. AUDIO OUT (R/L)
Connect to monitor or speaker.
IPS should be set to 25A (for NTSC) or 18A (for PAL)
✻ with 2 mono audio outputs from the same source.
8. MONITOR
Connect to Main monitor
9. CALL
Connect to CALL monitor. Show the Switch Display. When alarm trigger happens, the call monitor will show
the triggered channel for a period of time.
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Basic Operation
START THIS UNIT
Before using the DMR, please have the HDDs installed ready. (refer to Appendix #1 for installation or removal of HDDs).
1. Connect the AC Power Cord with Power Adapter and plug into an electrical outlet. The Red LED indicator light will be
ON and the DMR is in Standby mode.
2. Press the Power button. The POWER LED will turn from red to orange, and other red LED indicators will turn ON. It
takes approximately 5 to 15 seconds to boot the system with the message : “ HDD Detecting ”. Once connected, the
POWER LED will change to green color, and the Alarm LED will be ON.
3. Before operating the DMR, please set up the system time first. (for setting system time, please refer to page.11).
NOTE : When “HDD not found” message shows up, please refer to appendix # 1. As the HDD is likely not
installed correctly.
OPERATION
RECORDING
The DMR offers a variety of recording modes, such as record continuously, at scheduled time, and by events. You can set
up recording speed and resolution. You can set these options by selecting MENU / RECORD before recording, please refer
to page.14. Under the recording status, if power is off accidentally, recorded video will still store in the HDDs. DMR will
return to original recording situation after power returns again.
On the screen, you will find the date, time, HDD recording type, the amount of available GB left in the HDDs memory and
the letter “M” represents the method of recording that is occurring.
2002 – JAN –01 01:02:03
(OW : HDD Overwrite)
M● 032GB
080GB
NOTE : 1. When the HDDs are full under O/W Recording mode, previous recorded
files may be overwritten without further warning notices.
2. XXGB at the left side means the left space in the Master HDD and at the right side means
the left space in the Slave HDD.
3. If the HDDs’ capacity is only 5 GB left, it will buzz for 3 seconds; so as in 4GB, 3GB, 2GB and
1GB. If the O/W Recording mode(NOTE 1) is on, it won’t have the warning buzzer.
There are 4 recording modes in which Recording can occur : Alarm, Timer and Manual Record.
1. ALARM RECORD
DMR is triggered by an alarm input. Indicated by the letter “A” and show
diagram on the triggered channel.
2. TIMER RECORD
Recording is scheduled by a Timer. Indicated by the letter “T”.
3. MANUAL RECORD
Recording is initiated by manually pressing the REC button. Indicated by the letter “M”.
4. MOTION TRIGGER RECORD
Recording is triggered by motion detection. Indicated by the letter “D” and show
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diagram on the triggered channel.
PLAY
Press “ PLAY ” button, the DMR will show the last recording.
1. FAST FORWARD (F.F. ) & FAST REWIND (F.R.)
You can increase the speeds of Fast Forward and Rewind on the DMR.
In the Play mode, press ” ►► ” once to get 2X speed forward and press twice to get 4X speed,… and the maximum
speed can reach 32X.
Press ”◄◄ ” once to get 1X speed rewind and press twice to get 2X speed, … and the maximum speed can reach
32X.
2. SLOW FORWARD (S.F.) & SLOW REWIND (S.R.)
You can also slow down the speeds of Forward and Rewind on the DMR.
In the Play mode, press the SLOW button and you will enter Slow mode.
Press ” ►► ” once to get 1/2X speed forward and press twice to get 1/4X speed,… and the slowest speed can reach
1/32X.
Press ”◄◄ ” once to get 1/2X speed rewind and press twice to get 1/4X speed, … and the slowest speed can reach
1/32X.
3. PAUSE
It will let you pause the current image displayed on the screen.
4. STOP
Press “ STOP ” under any circumstance, it will return DMR to live monitoring mode.
5. IMAGE JOG DIAL
It will allow you to manually view video frame-by-frame, one image at a time.
While in PLAY mode, press “ PAUSE ”, it will pause the screen.
Press “ ►► ” button to advance the frozen screen one image forward.
Press “ ◄◄ ” button to move back one image.
CAMERA SELECT (1--16)
Press Camera Select (1-16) to select appointed camera to display on full screen mode.
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Detailed Menu
Setup
ACCESS MENU
The Menu allows you to configure your DMR settings. Please follow below
steps to access the Menu :
Password: 0000
Press the Menu button. The password screen will appear:
NOTE : The default Password is 0000. Simply press the Enter button to access the Menu.
To key-in the Password, press the “Right” and “Left” buttons to move between numbers, and use the “Up”
and “Down” buttons to input the number.
Press the ENTER button once the correct Password is entered. The MENU options screen will appear.
Note: If you get a message “Password Error”, you have entered an incorrect password.
MAIN MENU
There are 6 options available in the Main Menu:
(MENU)
► SEARCH
TIMER
RECORD
CAMERA
SYSTEM
EVENT
SEARCH -------- Find recorded list
TIMER ---------- Scheduling Record
RECORD ------- Record Mode Setup
CAMERA ------- Camera Channel Setup
SYSTEM -------- System Setup
EVENT ---------- Event List
Outlined below are the buttons used for Menu setting :
“Up” and “Down” : Scroll up and down or change values when an option is selected and is blinking
“Left” and “Right” : Scroll sideways within a menu option that has been selected
ENTER : Selects a submenu / an option under a submenu for browsing / modification
MENU : Completes modification of a menu option; exits a menu
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DMR
MENU OPTIONS
SYSTEM
1. AUDIO INPUT
To choose one of 4 channels to record. (only can select 1 during operation for recording)
2. INT AUDIBLE ALARM
To set the INTERNAL AUDIBLE ALARM. It will be trigged by event occurrence when
the setting is ON.
3. EXT AUDIBLE ALARM
(MENU)
SEARCH
TIMER
RECORD
CAMERA
►SYSTEM
EVENT
To set the EXTERNAL AUDIBLE ALARM. It will be trigged by event occurrence when
the setting is ON.
4. MOTION AUDIBLE ALARM
To set the MOTION AUDIBLE ALARM. It will be trigged by
motion detection occurrence when the setting is ON.
(SYSTEM)
► AUDIO INPUT : 1
INT AUDIBLE ALARM : ON
5. ALARM DURATION
Set the reaction time which was determined by how long the
alarm mode responded to a buzzer. Default setting is 10 sec.
Options are 10 SEC, 15 SEC, 20 SEC, 30 SEC, 1MIN, 2MIN,
3 MIN, 5 MIN, 10 MIN, 15 MIN, 30 MIN, ALWAYS.
EXT AUDIBLE ALARM : ON
MOTION AUDIBLE ALARM : ON
ALARM DURATION : 10 SEC
DWELL TIME : 02 SEC
MESSAGE LATCH : NO
6. DWELL TIME
TITLE DISPLAY :ON
DWELL TIME is the time period that each channel sequentially
shown on call monitor.
TIME DISPLAY : Y/M/D
2003-JAN-02(THU) 17:37:09
NEW PASSWORD : XXXX
7. MESSAGE LATCH
To select whether the DMR messages will disappear after 10
sec or remain on screen. NO is the default setting which the
messages will go away after 10 sec.
NOTE : Video loss, Alarm and Motion messages will be shown
the same as Alarm Duration time.
8. TITLE DISPLAY
To set the title shown on monitor or not.
9. TIME DISPLAY
To set the time format on the DMR.
10. TIME
To set the correct time on the DMR.
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CLEAR HDD : MASTER
SYSTEM RESET : NO
REMOTE MODE : RS-232
BAUD RATE : 9600
REMOTE ID : 000
11. NEW PASSWORD : XXXX (Default password : 0000)
To set the new password.
12. CLEAR HDD
Delete all the contents of your HDD. When you choose “YES” on this option, you will be prompted with the
question shown : Press “►” to clear HDD or press ”◄” to confirm not to clear HDD.
13. SYSTEM RESET
ALL DATA IN HDD
WILL BE CLEARED
ARE YOU SURE?
Reset all system settings to book to factory default settings.
(◄ : NO ► : YES )
14. REMOTE MODE
Set the remote mode for connection with computer via RS-232 or RS-485. (Please refer to page.18 for RS-232
Remote Protocol)
15. BAUD RATE
Set the remote protocol transmitting baud rate. Available Baud Rate are 115200, 57600, 19200, 9600, 4800,
3600, 2400 and 1200.
16. REMOTE PROTOCOL ID SETUP
To control different DMR by setting RS232 remote protocol. ID number can be set from 000 to 255.
SEARCH
Press ”ENTER” to confirm SEARCH setup, and the screen will show following options.
1. LAST RECORD
Play the last recorded piece of video.
2. FULL LIST
Show a listing of all recorded video on the HDD which sorted by time.
D : Motion Record
M : Manual Record time
A : Alarm Record time
T : Timer Record time
M-HDD : Storage in Master HDD
S-HDD : Storage in Slave HDD
3. ALARM LIST
Show a listing of all recorded video triggered by an Alarm.
NOTE : If there are no Alarm in the record, the screen will
display “EMPTY”.
4. MOTION LIST
Show a listing of all motion detection triggered.
5. TIME SEARCH
Find video recorded on a specific date that is entered.
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(MENU)
► SEARCH
TIMER
RECORD
CAMERA
SYSTEM
EVENT
►M 2002-JAN-01 01:02:03 M-HDD
M 2002-JAN-01 01:02:03 M-HDD
A 2002-JAN-01 01:02:03 M-HDD
T 2002-JAN-01 01:02:03 M-HDD
D 2002-JAN-01 01:02:03 S-HDD
M 2002-JAN-01 01:02:03 S-HDD
◄: PAGE UP►: PAGE DOWN
►LAST RECORD
FULL LIST
ALARM LIST
MOTION LIST
TIME SEARCH
TIMER
1. DAY
Select the day, or days of the week (Mon–Fri / Sat-Sun / Daily) that you wish to schedule
the DMR to automatically record.
NOTE : 1.Special Date could be changed by “Enter”, “Up” and “Down” buttons.
2. If you have selected the specific date and recording timer set from that specific day to a new day,
then the Recording Timer Schedule will be set as whole week. For specific date of Recording Timer
Schedule, it is not recommended to set End Time over 23:59. For Example:If you set Timer Schedule
Day as Sunday, and START from 11:30, but End on 00:20, then Recording Timer Schedule is set as
from every Sunday's 11:30 to next Sunday's 00:20. If you only want to set Recording Timer Schedule
from every Sunday 11:30 to Monday 00:20, then you should set Recording Timer Schedule as Sunday
from 11:30 to 23:59, and Monday from 00:00 to 00:20.
2. START
Select the starting time for the recording.
3. END
Select the finishing time for the recording.
4. QUALITY
(MENU)
SEARCH
► TIMER
RECORD
CAMERA
SYSTEM
EVENT
Select the image quality for the recording. There are four Quality settings :
BEST, HIGH, NORMAL and BASIC.
5. IPS
Stand for Images Per Second and it could let you see Record submenu
for more details.
NTSC-25A、15、8、4、2、1
PAL-18A、12、6、3、2、1
NOTE : “A” means “ Record with Audio”.
6. TIMER ENABLE
Enables / disables Timer recording function
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(TIMER)
DAY START END QUALITY
DAILY 00:00 00:00 BEST
DAILY 00:00 00:00 BEST
DAILY 00:00 00:00 BEST
DAILY 00:00 00:00 BEST
DAILY 00:00 00:00 BEST
DAILY 00:00 00:00 BEST
DAILY 00:00 00:00 BEST
DAILY 00:00 00:00 BEST
TIMER ENABLE : NO
IPS
25A
25A
25A
25A
25A
25A
25A
25A
RECORD
1. HDD OVERWRITE
Select “YES” to overwrite previous recording video in HDD.
NOTE : When the HDD is full under O/W Recording mode, previous recorded files
may be overwritten without further warning notices.
(MENU)
SEARCH
TIMER
► RECORD
CAMERA
SYSTEM
EVENT
2. RECORD IPS
Select the images per second of recording. The options are
as following :
NTSC-25A、15、8、4、2、1
PAL-18A、12、6、3、2、1
NOTE : “A” means “Record with Audio ”.
3. RECORD QUALITY
(RECORD)
► HDD OVERWRITE: NO
RECORD IPS: 25A
RECORD QUALITY : NORMAL
ALARM REC IPS: 25A
ALARM REC QUALITY : HIGH
MOTION TRIGGER RECORD: ON
There are four quality settings : BEST, HIGH, NORMAL and BASIC.
NOTE : The relationship of Record time, IPS and record quality, please refer to page.25 Recording Speed.
4. ALARM REC IPS
Select the images per second of recording during an Alarm. The options are as following :
NTSC-25A、15、8、4、2、1
PAL-18A、12、6、3、2、1
NOTE : “A” means “ Record with Audio”.
5. ALARM REC QUALITY
There are four quality settings during an Alarm : BEST, HIGH, NORMAL and BASIC.
NOTE : The relationship of Record time, IPS and record quality, please refer to page.25 Recording Speed.
6. MOTION TRIGGER RECORD
When you set up the MOTION DETECTION function (Please refer to Page.14 for MOTION DETECTION SETUP),
1. Select “ON” to set up the motion trigger record: It can automatically switch from stand-by mode to Record Mode. The
motion detection will change the scanning sequence and shows and “D” on the monitor.
NOTE: The trigger recording time will depend on ALARM DURATION mode setting (Please refer to page.11 for ALARM DURATION) and it will
record from the last trigger time. For example, when the alarm duration setting is 1 min, the time recording time is from 9:00:00 to 9:01:00.
If the motion detection trigged again at 9:00:40, the trigged recording time will from 9:00:00 to 9:00:40 and 9:00:40 to 9:01:40. The total
recording time is 00:01:40.
2. Select ”OFF”: The screen shows
“M”on the monitor.
, the motion detection will change the scanning sequence while in record mode and shows
CAMERA
1. TITLE
Assign a title to each camera input. Initially each title is the camera’s number.
2. DWELL
Select “ON” to set up the channel auto switching on the call monitor.
3.
(Brightness) /
(Contrast) /
(MENU)
SEARCH
TIMER
RECORD
► CAMERA
SYSTEM
EVENT
(Color)
Have a video adjustment (Brightness / Contrast / Color) of each channel. The level is from 0 to 9.
4. ALARM
Select LOW / OFF / HIGH for alarm polarity. The default value is LOW.
5. RECORD
Set up which channel you want to record during alarm trigger. The DMR record methods are as below :
EVENT : when alarm input is triggered, DMR will record alarming channel more frequently.
For example : when CH01 is triggered, the record method will become 1-2-1-3-1-4….
NORMAL : when alarm input is triggered, DMR will record normally as set up.
OFF : when alarm input is triggered, DMR will not record.
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MOTION DETECTION
DMR
MOTION DETECTION SETUP
1. Press “ MENU “ to enter the menu set up, then “ Down ” to CAMERA setup.
2. Press “ENTER” twice to enter the
Motion Detection Setup.
3. Each screen displays the current camera picture overlaid with the motion targets (as Figure 1).
You can push the button “ Left ” or “ Right ”, ” Up ” or “ Down ” to adjust motion detection in ON or OFF.
4. The targets on each motion setup can be turned to ON or OFF individually. To set up targets, using the
front panel buttons:
ÆPress “ENTER” to confirm the channel
ÆPress “ENTER” to enter motion mode
▲ Up -- moves the target cursor up one row at a time.
▼ Down -- moves the target cursor down one row at a time.
◄ Left -- moves the target cursor left one column at a time.
► Right -- moves the target cursor right one column at a time.
ÆPress “ENTER” to turn the target cursor ON and press “ENTER” again to turn the target cursor OFF. (Figure 1-1)
Zoom – turns all targets in the current row ON or OFF. (Figure 1-2)
PIP – turns all targets on the screen ON or OFF. (Figure 1-3)
5. Press “ SLOW “ button to setup the Sensitivity list up to 255 and “ REC “ button to setup the Sensitivity list down to 000.
The default value is set on 32.
NOTE : Sensitivity value is related to motion and brightness change. Low value (as 001) means higher sensitivity
on motion and brightness change. High value (as 255) means lower sensitivity on motion and brightness
change. User can choose the suitable sensitivity value in different locations.
NOTE : When motion trigger record setting is ON, it can automatically switch from stand-by mode to record mode.The motion
detection will change the scanning sequence and shows on the monitor. There will be an action as following:
For example : If the motion is detected on Camera #1, its recording & scanning sequence will be more frequently. The
sequence will be as 1st, 2nd, 1st, 3rd, 1st, … 16th. And channel 1 will show on the screen. If 2nd camera and 3rd camera
both motion detection are activated, they will be scanning as 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 2nd, 2nd, 3rd, 3rd, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 2nd, 3rd … and
vice versa. And CH2 & CH3 will show for a period of time which is same as Alarm Duration time.
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Figure 1-1 MOTION DETECTION SETUP — 1~15
Figure 1 MOTION DETECTION SETUP
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EVENT
There are only 16 recorded events will be shown on a single page and please press “◄ ” or “► ” to change the
pages or press ▲ + ▼ to CLEAR the EVENT record.
M-HDD WARNING: Master HDD might be failed.
M-HDD LOSS: Master HDD does not exist. Now user can use the other HDD.
M-HDD ERROR: Master HDD might be error
S-HDD WARNING: Slave HDD might be failed
S-HDD LOSS: Slave HDD does not exist. Now user can use the other HDD.
S-HDD ERROR: Slave HDD might be error
HDD FULL: HDD is full
SYSTEM ERROR: System might be failed
----02 VLOSS: Channel: 2 Video loss
----03 ALARM: Channel: 3 External I/O Alarm have triggered
POWER RESTORE : Power restore
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(MENU)
SEARCH
TIMER
RECORD
CAMERA
SYSTEM
► EVENT
M–HDD WARNING 2002-JAN-01 03:00:00
M–HDD LOSS
2002-JAN-01 03:00:00
M–HDD ERROR 2002-JAN-01 03:00:00
S–HDD WARNING 2002-JAN-01 03:00:00
HDD FULL
2002-JAN-01 03:00:00
SYSTEM ERROR 2002-JAN-01 03:00:00
----02 VLOSS
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----03 ALARM
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OPERATION OPTIONS
SELECT
Advanced
Operation
This device allows user to get the ideal view size.
ÆPress
,
,
button to make different view size.
ÆPress “ Select ” then “ Left ” or “ Right ” button to locate the desired position.
ÆPress “ Camera Select (1-16) “ to select the appointed camera.
ÆPress “ Menu “ to exit.
PICTURE IN PICTURE (PIP)
Press PIP
button to enter PIP display screen. The PIP format displays a full screen “background” picture
with a 1 / 16 size screen “insert”.
ÆPress
button to move the insert screen.
ÆPress “Select” button to confirm the camera selection.
ÆPress “Left” or “Right” to choose background or insert screen.
ÆPress camera select (1-16) to select appointed camera into screen.
ÆPress “Menu“ to exit.
ZOOM
Press ZOOM button to enlarge the display of main picture. It displays zoomed picture on main picture and a
small window inserted. The inserted window contains a movable 1/4 view size of the appointed camera.
ÆPress the appointed “Camera Select (1-16)“.
ÆPress “Zoom“ button to select zoom mode.
ÆPress the “Zoom” button again to move the zoom pointer.
ÆPress “Menu“ to exit.
VIDEO LOSS
Screen will display
if the video input is not connected properly.
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DMR
KEY LOCK
For further security, you can “Lock” all buttons on your DMR. Locking disables the buttons and prevents other people from
using the system.
Press ENTER and MENU at the same time to enable Key Lock.
Press ENTER and MENU at the same time and key in password (Default : 0000), then press “ENTER“ to disable Key Lock.
RS232 REMOTE PROTOCOL
You can use the PC keyboard to simulate DMR keypad.
DATA: REMOTE PROTOCOL using 8 bit data、1 start bit、1stop bit
FUNCTION CODE ASCII FUNCTION CODE ASCII
KEY_MENU
KEY_SELECT
KEY_ENTER
KEY_4CUT
KEY_ZOOM
KEY_9CUT
KEY_PIP
KEY_16CUT
KEY_SLOW
KEY_REC
KEY_LEFT
KEY_UP
KEY_PLAY
KEY_DOWN
KEY_RIGHT
KEY_POWER
KEY_KEY_LOCK
0x4D
0x73
0x0D
0x61
0x5A
0x62
0x70
0x63
0x53
0x72
0x4C
0x55
0x50
0x4E
0x52
0x57
0x4B
M
s
ENTER
a
Z
b
p
c
S
r
L
U
P
N
R
W
K
KEY_CH1
KEY_CH2
KEY_CH3
KEY_CH4
KEY_CH5
KEY_CH6
KEY_CH7
KEY_CH8
KEY_CH9
KEY_CH10
KEY_CH11
KEY_CH12
KEY_CH13
KEY_CH14
KEY_CH15
KEY_CH16
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0x31
0x32
0x33
0x34
0x35
0x36
0x37
0x38
0x39
0x41
0x42
0x43
0x44
0x45
0x46
0x47
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
DMR
TROUBLE SHOOTING
When malfunction occurs with DMR, it may be not serious and can be corrected easily. The table below describes some
typical problems and their solutions. Please check them before calling your DMR dealer.
PROBLEM
HDD Not Found
z
SOLUTION
Please Insert HDD
z
Please use the Key to lock the HDD Cartridge
And press any key
No power
z
Check power cord connections.
z
Confirm that there is power at the outlet.
z
z
Check if it is under Key Lock mode.
Press "MENU" & "ENTER" to exist Key Lock mode.
No recorded video
z
Check if the HDD is installed properly.
Timer Record enable
does not working
No live video
z
Check if the Record Enable is set to YES
z
Check camera video cable and connections.
z
Check monitor video cable and connections.
z
Confirm that the camera has power.
z
Check camera lens setting.
Not working when
press any button
SPECIFICATIONS
Video format
Hard disk storage
Record mode
Camera Input Signal
Camera Loop Back
Main Monitor Output
Call Monitor Output
Audio input
Audio output
Motion Detect Area
Motion Detect Sensitivity
Video Loss Detection
Refresh Rate
Recording Rate
Dwell Time
Picture in Picture
Key Lock
Picture Zoom
Camera Title
Video Adjustable
Alarm Input
Alarm Output
Remote Control
Time Display Format
Power Source
Power Consumption
Operation Temperature
RS-232C / RS-485 (bps)
Dimension (mm)
NTSC/EIA or PAL/CCIR
IDE type, UDMA 66, supported over 200GB HDD
Manual / Alarm / Timer / Motion
Composite video signal 1 Vp-p 75Ω BNC, 16 channels
Composite video signal 1 Vp-p 75Ω BNC, 16 channels
Composite video signal 1 Vp-p 75Ω BNC
Composite video signal 1 Vp-p 75Ω BNC
4 audio inputs, (RCA) *
2 audio outputs, (RCA) **
15 * 12 targets per camera (NTSC) / 15 * 14 targets per camera (PAL)
256 Levels
Yes
Up to 72 images/sec. for NTSC / 60 images/sec. for PAL
Up to 25 images/sec. for NTSC / 18 images/sec. for PAL
Programmable (1~10 Sec)
Yes (Movable)
Yes
2*2 (Movable)
6 letters
Color/ Contrast/ Brightness Adjustable
TTL input, Hi (5V), Low (GND)
COM,/N.O
RS-232 or RS-485
YY/MM/DD, DD/MM/YY, MM/DD/YY, OFF
AC100~240V + 10% switching adaptor
<45W
10 ~ 40 ℃
115200 、 57600 、 19200 、 9600 、 4800 、 3600 、 2400 、 1200
432(W) x 110(H) x 325(D)
5.7 k gs
Net Weight
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
✻ 4 audio inputs, but only can select 1 during operation for recording
✻ ✻ with 2 mono audio outputs from the same source.
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APPENDIX #1 – INSTALLING the HDD
Please follow the next steps carefully in order to ensure correct installation.
The compartment located on the front panel of the DMR is the removable Cartridge Casing in which you insert the HDD. The
various parts of the Cartridge Casing are labeled for your reference.
1.Remove the Cartridge Casing from the DMR
Keyhole
Cartridge Casing
LED indicator lights
Handle
2. Remove the Cover from the Cartridge Casing
Æ Unclip the release latch with the word “OPEN” printed beside it by gently pushing on the latch.
Æ Slide the cover off the Cartridge Casing.
3. Connect the HDD into the Cartridge Casing
Please take the Hard Disk Drive and Connect the two cables from the back of the Cartridge Casing to the HDD.
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4. Secure the HDD in the Casing (optional)
Use the supplied screws and tighten them, positioning the HDD into place.
5. Slide the top Cover over the Cartridge Casing
Slide the Cover forward over the Cartridge Case. Ensure it is secured in place over the release latch.
6.Reinsert the Cartridge Casing into the DMR
Fully insert the Cartridge Case into the DMR.
7. Lock the Cabinet
Lock the cabinet by turning the key clockwise.
A
(locked)
B
(unlocked)
Note : If you do not lock the cabinet, the DMR system will not function properly.
1. If two HDDs are set up, one should be selected as “ Master “ and another should be selected as
“ Slave”.
2. This product does not support hot swap. Please power off the unit before removing HDD.
3. Approved models and manufactures of HDD listed in page.4 have been tested and proven
compatible with this appliance.
4. Please remove hard disk drive ONLY after power was shut off for more than 60 seconds.
This would protect and extend the operating life of the hard disk drive.
5. Master or Slave HDD should be set up by selecting HDD Jumper.
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APPENDIX #2 – PIN CONFIGURATIONS
25 pin com port
DMR
9 pin com port
DMR
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PIN 1. GND
GROUND
PIN 2. — PIN 9. ALARM INPUT
To connect wire from ALARM INPUT ( PIN 2 -- 9 ) to GND ( PIN 1 ) connector, DMR will start recording and
buzzer will be on.
When Menu/ Camera/ Alarm is set up to “Low” : When alarm input signal is “ Low ”, the unit starts to record
and buzzer.
When Menu/ Camera/ Alarm is set up to “High” : When alarm input signal is “ High ”, the unit starts to record
and buzzer.
PIN 10. PIN OFF
PIN 11. RS232-TX
DMR can be controlled remotely by an external device or control system, such as a control keyboard, using
RS-232 serial communications signals.
PIN 12. RS485-A
DMR can be controlled remotely by an external device or control system, such as a control keyboard, using
RS485 serial communications signals.
PIN 13. EXTERNAL ALARM NO
Under normal operation COM disconnect with NO. But when Alarm triggered, COM connect with NO.
PIN 14. PIN OFF
PIN 15. — PIN 22. ALARM INPUT
To connect wire from ALARM INPUT ( PIN 15 -- 22 ) to GND ( PIN 1 ) connector, DMR will start recording
and buzzer will be on.
When Menu/ Camera/ Alarm is set up to “Low” : When alarm input signal is “ Low ”, the unit starts to record
and buzzer.
When Menu/ Camera/ Alarm is set up to “High” : When alarm input signal is “ High ”, the unit starts to record
and buzzer.
PIN 23. RS232-RX
DMR can be controlled remotely by an external device or control system, such as a control keyboard, using
RS-232 serial communications signals.
PIN 24. RS485-B
DMR can be controlled remotely by an external device or control system, such as a control keyboard, using
RS485 serial communications signals.
PIN 25. EXTERNAL ALARM COM
Under normal operation COM disconnect with NO. But when alarm triggered, COM connect with NO.
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APPENDIX #3 – RACK MOUNT
Screws and brackets for rack mounting applications can be purchased as an optional accessory.
Front Angle with Rock Mount
Side View with Rack Mount
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APPENDIX #4 – RECORDING SPEED
The Record Time is different based on Record Speed and Record Quality. Please refer to following table.
NTSC SYSTEM
PAL SYSTEM
Note: Above data is from actual test data obtained from recording normal TV program.
(Reference only)
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