Channel Master CM-5016 User manual

Networked DVR
16CH/9CH/4CH
NW-STA-5016/5009/5004
NW-STA-5016/5009/5004
USER MANUAL
Networked DVR
Product Feature
1 16/9/4 CH Multiple camera Input
2 Embedded XP O/S of DOM(Disk On Memory)
solution Mounted
3 Pentapllex Multi tasking for Monitoring
And recording and searching and networking
4 Able to record the CIF size(320*240) video
Image at the speed of 120/240/480 fps
(frame for second)
5 Large quantity HDD backup function by using
IEEE1394 and USB2.0 Memory and CD/DVD
6 MPEG4 H/W Compression with high compression rate 1~3K
7 Intelligent camera move away detection
8 Central Integration with CAMS Checker
For Real time Health Check
9 Two Way audio communication and broadcastIng by CMS,CM Server
User Manual
Contents
Chapter 1 Service Requirement
3
Chapter 2
Product Information
4
Chapter 3
Basic Product Operation
6
Chapter 4
System Setup
24
Chapter 5
Firmware Upgrade
49
Chapter 6
Warranty
52
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Chapter 1
Service Requirement
Limitation of warranty
We warrant that DVR series will be free from defects in materials and workmanship
under normal use and service for all parts excluding hard drives for a period of one year after
the date that the customer purchased the product.
If such a defect occurs, you should contact where you purchased and return the product to us
accompanied with the proof of purchase, we will either repair or replace the product through
our inspection. It is your exclusive remedy for breach of this warranty. However this warranty
shall not apply on repairs or replacements necessitated by any cause as listed below.
1) improper installation
2) acts of nature
3) accident
4) lack of proper maintenance
5) voltage fluctuations
6) unauthorized repair or modifications.
For more details on the limitation of warranty, refer to entire limited warranty as appendix at
the end of this manual.
Service Information
•
To avoid additional defects, do not attempt to repair this unit by yourself. Please contact
a local dealer/distributor/certified installer to get service from authorized
technician. Unauthorized repairs will void the warrantee, may result in fire, electronic
shock or other hazards.
•
All shipment for repair should be prepaid and properly packed with a note outlining the
defect.
•
Send the product with purchase number or other related documents obtaining from Fore
Tech or its agent as proof purchasing the product.
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Chapter 2
Product Information
z Features
‹ Enable integrated video monitoring and system management by networking with maximum
1000DVRs systems through CAMS(Central Automated Monitoring System) interface.
‹ High quality video display and system stability through embedded operating system with
hardware MPEG4 video compression chip.
‹ Support the max D1(720*480) quality resolution video display and 120FPS recording.
‹ 4/9/16 CH video input and 4 CH audio input.
‹ X-Triplex multitasking for video recording, playback, transmission and backup.
‹ Easy operation using remote-controller, full-page panel, GUI support.
‹ Network transmission of 30 different types of system error management information per
system.
‹ High-speed transmitted video monitoring of ST DVRs up to 64 channels through CMS
software network.
‹ High-speed network video monitoring by internet explorer through WEB CMS server within
the system.
z System Design
‹ Watchdog function for hardware & software error
‹ Robust design for physical impact and temperature
‹ Generating 30 different types of network massages for system errors.
‹ Application of low power and low heat features for industrial environment
z General Specifications
‹ Advanced hardware MPEG 4
‹ Embedded O/S ROM
‹ 4/9/16 Camera input
‹ Auto-sequence screen division and PIP/POP function.
‹ Real time display
‹ Recording : 120fps-NTSC (PAL 100fps)
‹ 4 CH audio recording and two way audio communication.
‹ CD, DVD RW, USB external saving devices
‹ Ethernet 10/100Mbps, RS-232C network support
‹ Maximum 16 ports sensor input and 4 port alarm output
‹ X-plex multitasking, recording, playback, backup and network.
‹ STATIC, DHCP, PPPOE support
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‹ Firmware upgrade using network and USB port.
‹ Remote upgrade using CMS
‹ Free alarm (max 30secs), port alarm (max 120secs) recording
‹ Watermarking
‹ Private backup viewer
‹ E-Map’s layout mapping
‹ able to install maximum 4 HDD to save 2.5T
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Chapter 3
General product operation
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FRONT
FRONT CASE
CASE Button
Button Description
Description
IV-STA-5016 (16ch)
SEQ. button
Function button
Division rotating surveillance button
Setup Status, Audio, Backup, P/T/Z, SEQ, Log list
SPOT button
Menu button
Shows the menu, moves to upper menus and complete setup
Setup SPOT monitor
LED Indicator
PTZ. button
Indicate present system status information
Move button
Operates Pan/Tilt camera
Moves to setup and menu. Operates PTZ camera
Rec. button
Records images
Search button
Searches saved data
Numeric buttons
division button
Applies setup details and select
channel
USB Port: 2 PORT
1ch,4ch,9ch,16ch division button
USB port for use the USB
memory backup and USB
update
Play forward button
Max. x 128 play forward.
Frame by frame play forward on playback
CD-ROM
Stop button
Stops playback and converts to surveillance mode
Pause button
Pause and playback the image
Play backward button
Max. x 128 play backward .
frame by frame play backward on data playback
REAR
REAR PANEL
PANEL I/O
I/O Description
Description
IV-STA-5016 (16ch)
1) VIDEO IN : BNC 16PORT
3) AUDIO IN : 4 PORT
4) ALARM/SENSOR/RS-485
Connect Port for Sensor (16Port), Alarm (4Port)
COM(1Port), RS-485 (2Port), GND(1Port)
2) LOOP OUT(75Ω ON/OFF)
5) SPOT OUT
12) RS-232
Sequence video display
through AV monitor
Connect Port for Program Debug.
13) POWER
System Power On/Off
11) VGA
6) VIDEO OUT
Output Video to a Computer
Monitor by Connected
Output video
through AV Monitor
7) S-VIDEO
Output video through
S-VIDEO comport
8) AUDIO OUT
Out put audio
by 1 port
10) USB
USB port for use the USB memory backup
and USB update.
9) ETHERNET:
Port for Cross cable.
( Possible to Remote Surveillance.)
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FRONT
FRONT CASE
CASE Button
Button Description
Description
IV-STA-5009 (9ch)
SEQ. button
Function button
Division rotating surveillance button
Setup Status, Audio, Backup, P/T/Z, SEQ, Log list
SPOT button
Menu button
Shows the menu, moves to upper menus and complete setup
Setup SPOT monitor
LED Indicator
PTZ. button
Indicate present system status information
Move button
Operates Pan/Tilt camera
Moves to setup and menu. Operates PTZ camera
Rec. button
Records images
Search button
Searches saved data
Numeric buttons
USB Port: 2 PORT
division button
Applies setup details and select
channel
USB port for use the
USB memory backup
and USB update
1ch,4ch,9ch division button
Play forward button
Max. x 128 play forward.
Frame by frame play forward on playback
CD-ROM
Stop button
Stops playback and converts to surveillance mode
Pause button
Pause and playback the image
Play backward button
Max. x 128 play backward .
frame by frame play backward on data playback
REAR
REAR PANEL
PANEL I/O
I/O Description
Description
IV-STA-5009 (9ch)
1) VIDEO IN : BNC 9PORT
4) ALARM/SENSOR/RS-485
3) AUDIO IN : 4 PORT
2) LOOP OUT:
Connect Port for Sensor (9Port), Alarm (4Port)
Output video by BNC
COM(1Port), RS-485 (2Port), GND(1Port)
9Port (75Ω AUTO)
5) SPOT OUT
12) RS-232
Sequence video display
through AV monitor
Connect Port for Program Debug.
13) POWER
System Power On/Off
11) VGA
6) VIDEO OUT
Output Video to a Computer
Monitor by Connected
Output video
through AV Monitor
7) S-VIDEO
Output video through
S-VIDEO comport
10) USB
USB port for use the USB memory backup
and USB update.
8) AUDIO OUT
Out put audio
by 1 port
9) ETHERNET:
Port for Cross cable.
( Possible to Remote Surveillance.)
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FRONT
FRONT CASE
CASE Button
Button Description
Description
IV-STA-5004 (4ch)
Numeric buttons
Applies setup details and select channel
Rec. button
Records images
PTZ. button
LED Indicator
Operates Pan/Tilt camera
Indicate present system status information
division button
1ch,4ch division button
Move button
Moves to setup and menu. Operates PTZ camera
USB Port: 2 PORT
Play forward button
CD-ROM
Max. x 128 play forward.
USB port for use the
Frame by frame play forward on playback USB memory backup
and USB update
Play backward button
Max. x 128 play backward .
Frame by frame play backward on data playback
Search button
Searches saved data
Stop button
Menu button
Shows the menu, moves to upper menus and
complete setup
Stops playback and converts to surveillance mode
Pause button
Function button
Setup Status, Audio, Backup, P/T/Z, SEQ, Log list
Pause and playback the image
REAR
REAR PANEL
PANEL I/O
I/O Description
Description
IV-STA-5004 (4ch)
6) AUDIO IN
Input audio
by 4 Port
4) AUDIO OUT
Output audio
by 1 Port
8) RS-232
Connect Port for
Program Debug.
3) VIDEO OUT
1) VIDEO IN
Input video by
BNC 4PORT
2) LOOP OUT
Output video
by IV-STA-5004 :
BNC 4Port
(75Ω AUTO)
Output video
through AV
Monitor
10) ALARM/SENSOR/RS-485
Connect Port for Sensor (4Port), Alarm (4Port)
COM(1Port), RS-485 (2Port), GND(1Port)
5) S-VIDEO
Output video
through S-VIDEO
comport
12) DC POWER Input
Power Supply by
DC12V Adaptor
7) ETHERNET:
Port for Cross cable
( Possible to Remote
Surveillance.)
8) RS-232
11) POWER
System Power On/Off
Connect Port for
Program Debug.
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Power on/off
zPower on
Press the power button at the back to be ‘ON’ to turn it on after connecting the power
cable.
zPower off
① press ‘Menu’ button [menu Æ system Æ shutdown]
② select ‘Shutdown’ and press ‘Enter’ button.
③ select ‘OK’ button after the message “ system will shutdown”. Press ‘Enter’ button.
④ press the power switch at the back to be ‘Off’.
System Login
zInput password
Input the password using number buttons at the password box.
☞ The default value is ‘0000’.
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Screen display
[ Channel status ]
Channel number
Camera name
: Recording
: Motion detection in process
: Sensor detection in process
: Channel sequence indication
: PTZ indication
[ Playback status ]
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
Playback in progress
Pause
Playback per frame
: Play backward per frame
Speed playback
: Speed play backward
Double speed playback
Double speed play backward
Triple speed playback
Triple speed play backward
[ Slide bar ]
: CMS connection status
: USB device connection status
Date & time
Remote controller status
[ HDD status ]
HDD indication
A : master hard
B : slave hard
C : master hard
D : slave hard
* color icon indications
blue : HDD installed.
yellow : recording in progress
orange : Hard disk is full
red : Hard disk error
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Screen setup
z Full screen mode
-
press this button.
-
shifts to next channel each time you press this button.
z Quad screen mode
-
press this button.
-
shifts to the next channel each time you press this button.
- If you press a channel number button on remote-controller while
being displayed in the current quad screen, the selected channel turns full screen.
1 CAM01
2 CAM02
3 CAM03
4 CAM04
1 CAM01
1
-If you press another channel number that is not being displayed in the current quad screen, it turns
another quad screen including the channel you selected.
1 CAM01
2 CAM02
3 CAM03
4 CAM04
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6 CAM07
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z9 division screen mode
press this button
z16 division screen mode
press this button
zPOP screen mode *only for 9Ch & 16Ch products
-press ‘POP’ button, it will display a certain channel larger than other channels.
zOSD mode
- press ‘OSD’ button, icons and channel status phrases will appear or disappear.
OSD button
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zPIP screen mode
You can monitor 2 screens at the same time with small screen inside of one screen.
(1) press ‘PIP’ button on the remote controller.
(2) press ‘PIP’ button one more time the display channels will be exchanged.
1
2
‘PIP’
‘PIP’ Button
Button
2
1
(3) If you press a channel number button on the controller, the channel will be displayed in
small screen.
Ex)
1
1
Cam
Cam ‘3’
‘3’ Button
Button
2
3
(4) you can move the small screen using arrow buttons.
z Sequence playback screen mode
- If you press ‘SEQ’ button, full screen or quad screen will be displayed in sequence.
- you can setup duration time at system menu.
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zSPOT screen * only for 9Ch & 16Ch products
able to display real time screen of another screen-mode in different monitor using ‘SPOT OUT’ port
at the back of product.
▶Press ‘Function’ button and select ‘Spot’ to set up ‘SPOT’ screen.
SPOT
SINGLE CHANNEL
SINGLE CHANNEL
SEQ SINGLE
SEQ QUAD
CH1
(1) type
① single channel
▷playback only one selected channel in full screen
mode.
SPOT
SINGLE CHANNEL
CH1
② sequence single
▷playback each channel in full screen mode in sequence.
▷you can setup duration time at system menu.
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
CH5
CH6
CH7
③ sequence quad
▷playback channels in quad screen mode in sequence.
No.
Camera
Quad No.
1
Camera 1 ~ Camera 4
1
Camera 1 ~ Camera 4
2
Camera 5 ~ Camera 8
2
Camera 5 ~ Camera 8
3
Camera 6 ~ Camera 9
3
Camera 9 ~ Camera 12
4
Camera 13~ Camera 16
[IV-STA-5009]
Camera
[IV-STA-5016]
▷you can setup duration time at system menu.
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Digital zoom
z press
Z/F (ZOOM) button in full screen mode to active digital zoom.
z zoomed area moves as you press arrow buttons.
z size of zoomed area gets bigger and smaller as you press Z/F (ZOOM ) button one more time.
z press ‘Enter’ button, it shows the selected area bigger like the images below.
Recording
z press ‘REC’ button to start recording.
Check before recording !!
(1) Check if hard disk is formatted.
(2) Check the camera output.
(3) Check if each channel names are correct.
(4) Set each channel’s recording quality.
(5) Set each channel’s recording frames.
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Search
z press ‘SEARCH’ button. Then you can see the ‘Search’ menu like below.
SEARCH
SEARCH BY TIME
SEARCH BY CALENDAR
SEARCH BY EVENT
GO TO FIRST
GO TO LAST
z Search by time
(1) input the date and time to search. Press ‘Enter’ button.
z Search by calendar
(1) you can see ‘calendar’ menu like below if you select ‘Search by calendar’.
(2) select the date and time using arrow keys. Press ‘Enter’ button.
(3) lastly, select ‘OK’ and press ‘Enter button’.
SEARCH BY CALENDER
2008/ 2
SU MO TU WE TH FR SA
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1011 12 13 14 15 16
1718 19 20 21 22 23
24 25 26 27 28 29
0
0
5
10
2008/02/16
10
20
15
30
13:00
20
40
OK
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z Search by event
(1) you can see the menu like below if you select ‘Search by event’.
(2) input the beginning date/time and ending date/time to search.
(3) select channels to search.
(4) select events to search.
(5) lastly, select search and press ‘Enter’ button.
SEARCH BY EVENT
2
2
START TIME
END TIME
CAMERA
4
4
EVENT
3
ALL
CH1
CH5
CH9
CH13
CH2
CH6
CH10
CH14
MOTION
CH3
CH7
CH11
CH15
SENSOR
SEARCH
3
CH4
CH8
CH12
CH16
VLOSS
CLOSE
z Go to first
playback from the beginning part of recording.
z Go to last
playback from the recent part of recording.
Playback
z press ‘Playback’ button to start playback from the recent part of recording.
z you can choose various playback screen modes by screen mode buttons.
Rewind
Frame playback
- Rewind during playback.
- Playback by frame during pause.
▶
Playback
Playback the recorded screen.
∥
Pause
Pause the screen.
Fast forward
Frame playback
-Fast forward during playback.
-Playback by frame during pause.
stop
Stop the playback.
◀◀
▶▶
■
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Backup
z backup data using USB device.
(1) Connect ‘USB’ device to the DVR’s USB port.
(2) Press ‘Function’ button and select ‘Backup’
(3) Select options from menu.
BACKUP
DEVICE
FORMAT
MEDIA TYPE
CHANNEL
ALL
CH1
CH5
CH9
CH13
CH2
CH6
CH10
CH14
CH3
CH7
CH11
CH15
CH4
CH8
CH12
CH16
FROM
TO
BACKUP
CLOSE
9DEVICE – select the device to backup.
9MEDIA TYPE– select media ‘CD’,’DVD’ etc to backup.
9FORMAT – format the media before backup.
9CHANNEL – select channels to backup.
9FROM – input the date/time to start backup.
9TO – input the date/time to finish backup.
(4) Select ‘BACKUP’ and press ‘Enter’ button.
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z Backup viewer
6
6
1
1
5
5
2
3
2
3
4
4
(1) open file : Load the backup data.
(2) save : save the playback images as bmp file.
(3) playback : playback the backup data. (playback, pause, speed playback, playback by
frame)
(4) division : 1 division, 4 division, 9 division, 16 division
(5) watermark : check if there is any modification of data.
(6) status box : display the status of backup viewer.
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z Open file
(1) Click ‘Open file’ button from the main screen.
(2) Select files to playback.
(3) After loading backup file is completed, you can playback backup data and save it as bmp files.
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z Audio playback
(1) Load files with audio data.
(2) Select and playback the channel, which audio is saved, it playbacks audio data at the same time.
z Save
(1) Save backup data.
(2) Select screen division.
(3) Click ‘save’ button.
(4) Name the ‘Bmp’ file and save.
Image of saved bmp file as 9 division screen
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z Watermark
(1) Load files to check watermarking
(2) Click ‘watermark check’ button.
(3) Click playback or speed playback button.
(4) It shows the image with error message if there is any modification of data. It shows ‘Ok’ in
the status box if there is no modification of data.
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PTZ
zPTZ operation
press
button to display in full screen and you can operate PTZ cameras.
PTZ
press ‘Enter’ button in PTZ mode, you will see ‘PTZ-ADVANC’ menu.
zPTZ general movement
(1) moves pan/tilt camera from up/ down and right/ left using arrow keys.
(2) enlarge or reduce the screen size by ◀◀ / ▶▶buttons while using zoom camera.
(3) can move to other channels by number button on remote controller.
PTZ-CH1
Z-
Z+
zPTZ ADVANCE
(1) adjust focus
① + : Focus in
② - : Focus out
③ AUTO : Auto focus mode
PTZ ADVANCE
FOCUS
AUTO
IRIS
AUTO
-
(2) Iris control
① + : Open iris
② - : Close iris
③ AUTO : Auto iris mode
-
SPEED
9
+
+
+
PRESET
SCAN
GO
(3) operating speed
① + : increase the speed.
② - : decrease the speed.
(4) preset
① scanning
② shortcut
NOTE:
NOTE: you
you can
can set
set ‘Preset’
‘Preset’ at
at System
System menu.
menu.
[Menu camera
[Menu camera setup preset]
setup preset]
you
you can
can set
set ‘Scan
‘Scan list’
list’ at
at System
System menu.
menu.
[Menu camera
setup scan
[Menu camera setup scan point]
point]
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Audio
z Turn on/ off audio.
z you can playback the audio in full screen mode.
AUDIO
Audio On : Turn on audio
Mute : Turn off audio
AUDIO ON
Log search
z search every event happened during product operation.
LOG VIEW
EVENT TYPE
ALL
SYSTEM
RECORD
PROCESS
HDD
DB
NETWORK
FROM
2007/08/29 00:00:00
TO
2007/08/29 00:00:00
SEARCH
CLOSE
9 event type – select types of event to search
9 from – input date/time to start searching
9 to – input date/time to finish searching
z select ‘Search’ and press ‘Enter’ button to start log search.
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Remote –controller ID
z Remote-controller ID
(1) can use to operate several DVRs at one site with one remote-controller.
(2) can operate a certain DVR according to the registered ID value.
1
1
2007 9/3 20:00
R:01
A B 1%
① DVR ID
z It will turn yellow if remote controller’s ID matches with DVR ID. Then you can operate the DVR.
z It will turn red if remote controller’s ID does not match with DVR ID. Then you cannot operate
the DVR.
z you can set the DVR IDs at System menu.
[menu system miscellaneous ]
z setting up remote-controller ID
(1) press ‘DVR-ID’ button on the remote-controller.
(2) it will beep. Then you can input ‘Remote-controller ID’.
(3) press the DVR ID to operate using number buttons.
R:01
Not working
Remote-controller ID : 02
R:02
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System setup
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Before setting up system
z Starting system menu
(1) press ‘Menu’ button.
(2) input administrator’s password on the password box.
NOTE:
NOTE:default
default value:
value: 0000
0000
z Menu format
DISPLAY
CAMERA
OSD
OSD
LIVE-SEQ(FULL)
LIVE-SEQ(FULL)
LIVE-SEQ(QUAD)
LIVE-SEQ(QUAD)
SPOT-SEQ(FULL)
SPOT-SEQ(FULL)
SPOT-SEQ(QUAD)
SPOT-SEQ(QUAD)
MISC
MISC
GENERAL
GENERAL
PTZ
PTZ
PRESET
PRESET
SCAN
SCANPOINT
POINT
COLOR
COLOR
POSITION
POSITION
RECORD
PROPERTY
PROPERTY
SCHEDULE
SCHEDULE
MISC
MISC
EVENT
MOTION
MOTION
SENSOR
SENSOR
ALARM
ALARM
STORAGE
NETWORK
SYSTEM
HDD
HDDFORMAT
FORMAT
BACKUP
BACKUP
AUTO-BACKUP
AUTO-BACKUP
SETUP
SETUP
DDNS
DDNS
CLIENT
CLIENT
ACCESSLIST
ACCESSLIST
USER
USER
SERVER
SERVER
CONFIG
CONFIG
TIME
TIME
PASSWORD
PASSWORD
SOFTWARE
SOFTWARE
LOG
LOGVIEW
VIEW
MISC
MISC
SHUTDOWN
SHUTDOWN
z How to use Menu
9 you can move menu cursor using arrow buttons.
9 press ‘Enter’ button to activate the selected menu or to go to sub menu.
9 press ‘Menu’ button to close system setup or go to the previous menu.
OSD
OSD
LIVE-SEQ(FULL)
LIVE-SEQ(FULL)
LIVE-SEQ(QUAD)
LIVE-SEQ(QUAD)
SPOT-SEQ(FULL)
SPOT-SEQ(FULL)
SPOT-SEQ(QUAD)
SPOT-SEQ(QUAD)
MISC
MISC
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z Saving/Canceling menu setup
¾ saving menu setup : select ‘OK’ and press ‘Enter’ button.
¾ canceling menu setup : select ‘Cancel’ and press ‘Enter’ or ‘Menu’ buttons.
OK
CANCEL
z Text input box
(1) select letters/symbols using arrow buttons.
(2) press ‘Enter’ button to select the letter/symbol.
(3) the selected letters/symbols will show on the top text box.
TEXT INPUT
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
.
,
_
+
-
*
/
8
9
@ #
7
?
A
B
C
D
E F
G H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O P
Q R
S
T
U
V W
X
Y
Z
CAP INS Å Æ BS DELCLS OK CANCEL
TEXT input box
z Moving to the next menu page
Ex)
CAMERA - PTZ
CH
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1-8
Press
ID
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
PROTOCOL
PELCO_D
PELCO_D
PELCO_D
PELCO_D
PELCO_D
PELCO_D
PELCO_D
PELCO_D
9-16
1~8
BAUD
4800
4800
4800
4800
4800
4800
4800
4800
OK
or
9 ~ 16
CANCEL
button to move to the next menu page.
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Setting up screen display
zScreen display setup – On Screen Display
DISPLAY - OSD
STATUS BAR
CAMERA TITLE
CAMERA BORDER
LANGUAGE
LEFT MARGIN
RIGHT MARGIN
TOP MARGIN
BOTTOM MARGIN
OK
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9 Status bar – indicate the status bar on the bottom of screen.
9 Camera title – indicate the name of each channel.
9Camera boarder – indicate the boarder-line of each channel.
9Language – select menu language.
9Left margin – adjust the left margin of OSD.
9Right margin – adjust the right margin of OSD.
9Top margin – adjust the top margin of OSD.
9Bottom margin - adjust the bottom margin of OSD.
Top margin
Left margin
Right margin
Bottom margin
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zScreen display setup – live sequence scanning (full screen)
Setup duration time for live sequence scanning in full screen.
NOTE
NOTE :: can
can input
input maximum
maximum 99
99 second.
second.
DISPLAY - LIVE-SEQ(FULL)
TIME
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
CH
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
TIME
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
CH
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
OK
CANCEL
zScreen display setup – live sequence scanning (quad screen)
Setup duration time for live sequence scanning in quad screen.
NOTE
NOTE :: can
can input
input maximum
maximum 99
99 second.
second.
DISPLAY - LIVE-SEQ(QUAD)
QUAD
1
2
3
4
TIME
03
03
03
03
OK
CANCEL
Quad screen
number
camera
Quad screen
number
camera
1
Camera 1 ~ Camera 4
1
Camera 1 ~ Camera 4
2
Camera 5 ~ Camera 8
2
Camera 5 ~ Camera 8
3
Camera 6 ~ Camera 9
3
Camera 9 ~ Camera 12
4
Camera 13~ Camera 16
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zScreen display setup – spot sequence scanning (full screen)
Setup duration time for spot sequence scanning in full screen.
NOTE
NOTE :: can
can input
input maximum
maximum 99
99 second.
second.
DISPLAY - SPOT-SEQ(FULL)
CH
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
TIME
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
TIME
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
CH
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
OK
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zScreen display setup – spot sequence scanning (quad screen)
Setup duration time for spot sequence scanning in quad screen.
NOTE
NOTE :: can
can input
input maximum
maximum 99
99 second.
second.
DISPLAY - SPOT-SEQ(QUAD)
QUAD
1
2
3
4
TIME
03
03
03
03
OK
CANCEL
Quad screen
number
camera
Quad screen
number
1
Camera 1 ~ Camera 4
1
Camera 1 ~ Camera 4
2
Camera 5 ~ Camera 8
2
Camera 5 ~ Camera 8
3
Camera 6 ~ Camera 9
3
Camera 9 ~ Camera 12
4
Camera 13~ Camera 16
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z Screen display setup – miscellaneous
DISPLAY - MISC
DEINTERLACE
EVENT POPUP
ON
OFF
VGA FREQ
VIDEO DETECT
60Hz
AUTO DETECT
OK
CANCEL
z Deinterlace
prevent screen twittering during playback of image which is recorded in low frame
rate and 720X480 or 720X576 resolution.
z Event popup
if any motion/ sensor activity is detected, detected channel will show in full screen.
Event
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zVGA frequency
setup the frequency of connected VGA monitor.
zAuto setup
AUTO DETECT : automatically detects video signals.
NOTE
NOTE :: ititoperates
operates during
during system
system booting.
booting. ItIt is
is booted
booted as
as PAL
PALor
or NTSC
NTSC type
type according
accordingto
to the
the video
video
signal
of
channel
1.
signal of channel 1.
VIDEO DETECT AUTO DETECT
AUTODETECT
AUTODETECT
SWITCH
SWITCH
NTSC
NTSC
PAL
PAL
9SWITCH : detect video signals according to main-board jumper within the product.
9NTSC : set video signal as NTSC.
9PAL : set video signal as PAL.
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Camera Setup
zCamera setup – general
¾ title – input channel names.
¾ show– show or hide channels.
¾ audio – select connected audio channels.
CAMERA - GENERAL
CH
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1–8
TITLE
CAM01
CAM02
CAM03
CAM04
CAM05
CAM06
CAM07
CAM08
AUDIO
CH-01
CH-02
CH-03
CH-04
<NONE>
<NONE>
<NONE>
<NONE>
SHOW
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OK
9 – 16
CANCEL
zCamera setup – PTZ
¾ ID – input camera IDs.
¾ protocol – select the registered protocol.
¾ baud – select the registered baud.
CAMERA - PTZ
CH
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1-8
ID
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
PROTOCOL
PELCO_D
PELCO_D
PELCO_D
PELCO_D
PELCO_D
PELCO_D
PELCO_D
PELCO_D
9-16
BAUD
4800
4800
4800
4800
4800
4800
4800
4800
OK
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zCamera setup – preset
NOTE
NOTE :: system
systemwill
will record
record according
accordingto
to preset
preset positions
positions of
of camera.
camera.
check
if
camera
supports
preset
function
before
setting
check if camera supports preset function before settingup.
up.
can
can setup
setup 64
64 preset
presetpositions
positions for
for each
each channel.
channel.
CAMERA - PRESET
CAMERA
1
# NAME
1 PTZ01 SET
2 PTZ02 SET
3 PTZ03 SET
4 PTZ04 SET
5 PTZ05 SET
6 PTZ06 SET
7 PTZ07 SET
8 PTZ08 SET
CLE
CLE
CLE
CLE
CLE
CLE
CLE
CLE
PAGE
# NAME
9 PTZ09
10 PTZ10
11 PTZ11
12 PTZ12
13 PTZ13
14 PTZ14
15 PTZ15
16 PTZ16
CLEAR ALL
OK
1
SET
SET
SET
SET
SET
SET
SET
SET
CLE
CLE
CLE
CLE
CLE
CLE
CLE
CLE
CANCEL
9 camera – select cameras to setup preset positions.
9 page – move to the next page.
9 clear all – clear all the setup values.
(1) Select camera.
(2) Select ‘Set’ button.
(3) Then the channel turns PTZ mode.
(4) Move the camera to get the position you want.
(5) Press ‘Enter’ button to save the preset.
PTZ-CH1
Z-
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zScreen display setup – scan point
NOTE
NOTE :: you
you can
can move
move camera
camera to
to follow
followthe
the path
path by
bysaved
saved preset
preset positions
positions for
for each
each channel.
channel. You
You can
can set
set 44
scan
point
list
for
each
channel.
scan point list for each channel.
¾ camera – select a camera to set scan point.
¾ list – select a list to save scan point.
NOTE
NOTE :: you
you can
can setup
setup total
total 44lists.
lists.
one
one scan
scan list
list isis consist
consist of
of total
total 16
16 preset
preset position.
position.
¾ preset – select preset position you want.
¾ clear all – clear all setup values.
CAMERA – SCAN POINT
CAMERA
1
LIST
#
PRESET
SEC
#
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
PTZ01
PTZ09
PTZ04
PTZ25
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
CLEAR ALL
OK
1
PRESET
SEC
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
CANCEL
Ex)
Camera 1 will move following the path as below.
PTZ01 Æ 3secÆ PTZ09 Æ 3secÆ PTZ04 Æ 3secÆ PTZ25 Æ 3secÆ PTZ01 Æ……..
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zCamera setup – adjusting color
¾ camera – select a camera.
¾ bright – adjust color brightness.
¾ contrast – adjust color contrast.
¾ color – adjust camera color
¾ default value – set it as default value.
CAMERA - COLOR
CAMERA
CH1
BRIGHT
0
CONTRAST
0
COLOR
0
DEFAULT
OK
CANCEL
zCamera setup – adjusting position
¾ camera – select a camera
¾ right/left – move the camera to right and left.
¾ default value – set it as default value.
CAMERA - POSITION
CAMERA
CH1
LEFT/RIGHT
0
DEFAULT
OK
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Record setup
zRecord setup – recording quality
RECORD - PROPERTY
CH
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
ALL
1-8
RESOLUTION
360X240
360X240
360X240
360X240
360X240
360X240
360X240
360X240
360X240
9-16
QUALITY
NORMAL
NORMAL
NORMAL
NORMAL
NORMAL
NORMAL
NORMAL
NORMAL
FRAMERATE
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
NORMAL
TOTAL: 120/120
8
OK
CANCEL
¾ resolution – set recording resolution for each channel.
NTSC
PAL
720 x 480
720 x 576
720 x 240
720 x 288
352 x 240
352 x 288
¾quality – set recording quality for each channel.
Recording quality
Display quality
HDD capacity
needed
Basic
Low
Small
Normal
Normal
Medium
High
Good
Large
best
Very good
Very large
¾Frame rate
set frame rate for each channel.
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zRecord setup – schedule
¾ system records according to set schedule.
¾ see below to see how to set up schedule.
C
Continuous recording
E
Recording when even occurred
(Blank)
Not recording
(1) Select a channel to set up schedule.
(2) Select day/time to record and press ‘Enter’ button.
(3) it shifts to different type as you press ‘Enter’ button.
RECORD - SCHEDULE
ALL 0
5
10
15
20
SU C C C C C
MO
TU
WE
E E E E
TH
FR
SA
C: Continuous
CHANNEL
ALL
OK
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zRecord setup – miscellaneous
¾ overwrite – erase previous video data and record over it when HDD is full.
¾ auto delete – automatically delete data after set date.
¾ continuous record – you cannot stop recording while it is in process as it continuously records.
¾ watermark – activate watermarking function.
RECORD
- MISC
OVERWRITE
AUTO-DELETE
CONTINUE REC
WATER-MARK
ON
00
DAYS (0-99)
OFF
ON
OK
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Event setup
NOTE
NOTE :: you
you have
have to
to set
set itit as
as ‘Even
‘Even recording’
recording’ at
at ‘Schedule
‘Schedule record
record setup’
setup’ to
to use
use this
thisfunction.
function.
zMotion
EVENT - MOTION
CH
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MOTION-AREA
ALL
ALL
OFF
OFF
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
1-8
SENSITIVITY
5
5
0
0
5
5
5
5
9-16
OK
ALARM-OUT
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
CANCEL
¾Motion area – select area to detect motion.
(1) all – set the whole screen as motion area.
(2) part – set motion area by block unit.
EVENT - MOTION
Motion
detection area
SET ALL
CLEAR ALL
OK
CANCEL
(3) off – do not detect motion.
¾sensitivity – select level of motion sensitivity.
level of sensitivity : 0 < 1 < 2 < ….. <9
¾Alarm out – set to activate alarm system when any motion is detected.
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zEvent setup - sensor
¾ record – selected channel will be recorded when the sensor is detected.
¾ type – set the type of connected sensor.
¾ alarm out – alarm is activated when the sensor is detected.
EVENT - SENSOR
SENSOR
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1-8
RECORD
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
TYPE
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
9-16
ALARM-OUT
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
OK
CANCEL
zEvent setup – alarm out
¾ pre-recording time – set recording time before event occurs.
¾ post-recording time – set recording time after event occurs.
¾ buzzer out – activate buzzer when the event occurs.
¾ alarm out time – set duration time to operate alarm system.
EVENT - ALARM
PRE-REC TIME
04
SEC (0-30)
POST-REC TIME
04
SEC (0-120)
BUZZER
ON
OUT TIME
005
SEC (0-120)
OK
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Storage
zStorage – format
¾You must format HDD when you install HDD.
(1) select installed HDD and format.
(2) system will reboot after formatting is completed.
STORAGE – HDD FORMAT
HDD1
698GB (ST3750640A)
FORMAT
HDD2
465GB (ST3500641A)
FORMAT
HDD3
NONE
FORMAT
HDD4
NONE
FORMAT
OK
CANCEL
zStorage – AUTO-BACKUP
¾ AUTO-BACKUP –idview.com provides external USB TYPE storage. You can backup data
using.
TYPE : set operation types of AUTO-BACKUP.
(1) OFF: turn off AUTO-BACKUP function.
(2) EXTEND: when local hard is full, it will copy old data to USB hard to extend data save time.
(3) MIRROR: saves the same data saved in local hard to USB hard at the same time.
USB1~4 : select HDD of connected USB type.
FORMAT: format HDD of connected USB type.
SHOW: show saved file info of HDD of connected USB type.
STORAGE – HDD FORMAT
TYPE
OFF
USB-1
/dev/sda
▼
FORMAT
SHOW
USB-2
/dev/sdb
▼
FORMAT
SHOW
USB-3
NONE
▼
FORMAT
SHOW
USB-4
NONE
▼
FORMAT
SHOW
OK
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Network
zNetwork – setup
¾ static – input static IP address and gateway, net mask.
NETWORK - SETUP
TYPE
IP ADDRESS
STATIC
192.168.000.138
GATEWAY
192.168.000.001
NET MASK
255.255.255.000
MAC ADDRESS
00:0E:00:00:00:00
PPPOR ID
PASSWORD
****
OK
CANCEL
¾ DHCP – system automatically recognizes IP address.
NETWORK - SETUP
TYPE
IP ADDRESS
DHCP
192.168.000.138
GATEWAY
192.168.000.001
NET MASK
255.255.255.000
MAC ADDRESS
00:0E:00:00:00:00
PPPOR ID
PASSWORD
****
OK
CANCEL
¾PPPOE – ADSL only, input registered ID and password.
NETWORK - SETUP
TYPE
IP ADDRESS
ADSL(PPPOE)
192.168.000.138
GATEWAY
192.168.000.001
NET MASK
255.255.255.000
MAC ADDRESS
00:0E:00:00:00:00
PPPOR ID
PASSWORD
****
OK
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zNetwork - DDNS
NOTE
NOTE :: system
system supports
supports free
free DDNS
DDNS sites
sites such
such as
as dyndns.com,
dyndns.com, ipupdater.com.
ipupdater.com.
¾ server – select registered server.
¾ server-URL – indicate registered server URL
¾ user ID – input ID registered to server.
¾ password – input password registered to server.
¾ group ID – input group ID registered to server.
¾ status – indicate operation status of DDNS.
¾ test – try to connect with ID and password registered to server.
NETWORK - DDNS
SERVER
SERVER-URL
DYNDNS.ORG
www.dyndns.org
USER ID
PASSWORD
GROUP ID
STATUS
DDNS OFF
OK
TEST
CANCEL
zClient
¾ password - input password to connect to CMS S/W
(same as CMS Administrator’s passwoard.)
¾ client port – select port to connect.
¾ web port – select web port to connect to web browser.
¾ bandwidth - limit transmitting data capacity through the network.
¾DVR-ID - input DVR name to connect CMS S/W.
NETWORK - CLIENT
PASSWORD
CLIENT PORT
WEB-PORT
BANDWIDTH
DVR-ID
****
7620 - 7624
0080
UNLIMITED
135
OK
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z Access list
¾System can limit remote-PC, accessing network.
¾Able to register Static IP and only remote-PC with registered IP can access system.
NETWORK – ACCESS LIST
Client 1 000.000.000.000 Client 6 000.000.000.000
Client 2 000.000.000.000 Client 7 000.000.000.000
Client 3 000.000.000.000 Client 8 000.000.000.000
Client 4 000.000.000.000 Client 9 000.000.000.000
Client 5 000.000.000.000 Client 10 000.000.000.000
OK
CANCEL
NOTE
NOTE :: the
the system
system restricts
restricts all
all the
the other
other IPs,
IPs, those
those are
are not
not registered
registered ifif you
you once
once register
register an
an IP.
IP. IfIf you
you want
want
to
access
with
all
IP
addresses,
do
not
register
any
IP.
to access with all IP addresses, do not register any IP.
z User
¾ you can add user’s ID and password for network connection.
NETWORK – ACCESS LIST
USER-ID
PASSWORD
NET-ID 1
****
NET-ID 2
****
NET-ID 3
****
NET-ID 4
****
OK
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z Server
¾CC IP – input connection info of CAMS CC.
¾PORT – input connection port of CAMS CC. (default value: 6500)
¾CMM IP – input connection info of CAMS CMM.
¾PORT – input connection port of CAMS CMM. (default value:7600)
NETWORK – SERVER
CC IP
PORT
CMM IP
PORT
192.168.000.131
6500
192.168.000.131
7600
OK
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zSystem – Configuration info
NOTE
NOTE :: you
you can
can save
save the
the set
set values
values for
formenu
menu to
to USB
USB storage.
storage.
¾Load configuration – loads saved configuration information.
SYSTEM - CONFIG
LOAD CONFIG
LOAD CONFIG
SAVE CONFIG
Device
/dev/ sda
DEFAULT
File List
OK
config_16_00.cfg
OK
CANCEL
CANCEL
¾Save configuration – save the values set in the current menu.
SYSTEM - CONFIG
SAVE CONFIG
LOAD CONFIG
SAVE CONFIG
Device
/dev/ sda
DEFAULT
FILE NAME
OK
CANCEL
config_16_00.cfg
OK
CANCEL
¾Default value – set it as default value.
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zSystem – Time management
SYSTEM - TIME
CURRENT TIME 2008/03/03 13:39:01
DATE FORMAT
TIME FORMAT
YY/MM/DD
24HOUR
TIME ZONE +09: 00 Seoul
DAY LIGHT SAVING OFF
START 01/00 00:00
END 01/00 00:00
TIME SYNC
SERVER IP
OFF
TEST
OK
CHANGE TIME
CANCEL
¾Current time – indicates current time of system.
¾Date format – select date format to display.
classification
display
YY/MM/DD
2008/03/03
MM/DD/YY
03/03/2008
DD/MM/YY
03/03/2008
¾Time format – select time format to display.
classification
display
AM/PM
01:39:01 PM
24 HOURS
13:39:01
¾Time zone – select the time different from standard time of time-server.
¾Summer time
set summer time period.
(1) starting time : input starting date/time of summer time.
(2) ending time : input ending date/time of summer time.
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¾Time synchronization
System automatically connects to internet time-server to check current time.
¾Server IP – input time-server IP address.
Omit ‘www’.
Select ‘OK’ and check if time-server works.
example) time.kriss.re.kr correct input
www.time.kriss.re.kr wrong input
¾Change time – change system time.
NOTE
NOTE :: be
be cautious
cautious when
when you
you change
change system
system time.
time. Because
Because ifif you
you set
set the
the system
system time
time earlier
earlierthan
than the
the time
time
originally
originallyset,
set, the
the saved
saved data
data after
after changed
changed system
system time
time will
will be
be deleted.
deleted.
zSystem – Password management
SYSTEM - PASSWORD
ADIN PASSWORD
USER PASSWORD
SETUP CHECK
LOGIN CHECK
RECORD CHECK
SEARCH CHECK
BACKUP CHECK
****
****
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OK
CANCEL
9 administrator password – change administrator password.
9 user password – change user password.
9 setup check – set whether to input user password or not before accessing system menu.
9 login check – set whether to input user password or not after system booting.
9 record check – set whether to input user password or not when it starts/ends recording.
9 search check – set whether to input user password or not when searching record.
9 backup check – set whether to input user password or not when backup.
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zSystem – Software
¾Show current software version.
¾Upgrade firmware software.
SYSTEM - SOFTWARE
ENC. FIRMWARE XXXXXXXX
DEC. FIRMWARE XXXXXXXX
BOOTLOADER XXXXXXXX
KERNEL XXXXXXXX
APP. VERSION XXXXXXXX
UI XXXXXXXX
DB XXXXXXXX
RECORDER XXXXXXXX
PLAYER XXXXXXXX
NETWORK XXXXXXXX
UPGRADE
OK
CANCEL
OK
CANCEL
zSystem – Miscellaneous
SYSTEM - MISC
SYSTEM – ID
KEYBOARD
KEY-TONE
AUDIO
01
NONE
ON
MUTE
9 Remote-controller ID – input remote controller ID.
9 KEYBOARD – control the system using keyboard contoller.
9 Key-tone – set buzzer sound on/off for pressing button.
9 Audio – set audio output on/off.
zSystem – System shutdown
¾Select ‘’System shutdown’. If you see the message “system will shutdown”,
you can shutdown system.
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Firmware Upgrade
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NOTE
NOTE :: There
There are
are two
two ways
ways to
to upgrade
upgrade firmsare.
firmsare.
(1)
USB
upgrade
–
upgrade
(1) USB upgrade – upgrade system
system using
using USB
USB memory
memory stick.
stick.
(2)
(2) NETWORK
NETWORK upgrade
upgrade –– upgrade
upgrade system
system by
by internet
internet connection.
connection.
USB upgrade
(1) Copy the provided firmware file to USB memory stick.
NOTE
NOTE :: firmware
firmware file
file should
should be
be saved
saved in
in rout
rout directory.
directory.
(2) Connect USB memory stick to system USB port.
(3) Press ‘Menu’ button and move to the next software.
[menu system software]
(4) You will see a new box if you select ‘Upgrade’
(5) You will see menu like below if you select ‘USB upgrade’.
USB UPGRADE
Device
/dev/sda
File List
flash-gui16-ft_16-080
OK
CANCEL
(6) Device – select USB device with firmware file.
(7) File list – select the right firmware file.
(8) Select ‘OK’. System automatically upgrades. System will reboot after upgrade is completed.
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Network upgrade
z Network upgrade
(1) Press ‘Menu’ button and move to the next software.
[Menu system software]
(2) You will see a new box if you select ‘Upgrade’.
(3) Select ‘Network upgrade’.
NETWORK UPGRADE
SERVER IP
dvr-update.com
FILE NAME
flash-16.tar.gz
OK
CANCEL
(4) Select ‘Server IP’ with firmware file and file name. then select ‘OK’.
(5) You can manually input server IP and file name if the system appointed server IP and file name
is different.
(6) System will automatically reboot after upgrade is completed.
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Chapter 6
Warranty
WARRANTY
We warrant that DVR series(Product) will be free from defects in materials and
workmanship for a period of one year from the date the customer acquires the Product. If such a
defect occurs, return the Product to us and we will, at our opinion, either repair or replace Product.
This remedy is your exclusive remedy for breach of this warranty. The proof of purchase is
required for the warranty. This warranty shall not apply to repairs or replacements necessitated by
any cause beyond the control of idview.com, including, but not limited to,
1) improper installation
2) acts of nature
3) Accident
4) misuse,
5) lack of proper maintenance
6) voltage fluctuations
7) unauthorized repairs or modifications.
This warranty gives the customer certain legal rights. Other rights, which vary from state to state or
province to province, may be available to the customer.
LIMITATION OF WARRANTIES AND LIABILITY :
Except for the expressed warranty above, the Product is provided on an as is basis without an
other warranties or conditions express or implied, including but not limited to warranties of
1) Merchantable quality
2) Merchant ability or fitness for a particular purpose
3) Those arising by law, statue, usage of trade or course of dealing.
The entire risk as to the results and performances of the Product is assumed by you. Neither we
nor our dealers or suppliers shall have any liability to you or any other person or entity for any
indirect, incidental, special or consequential damages whatsoever, including but nor limited to, loss
of revenue or profit, or other commercial or economic loss, even if we have been advised of the
possibility of such damages or they are foreseeable: or for claims by a third party. Our maximum
aggregate liability to you, and that of our dealers and suppliers, shall not exceed the amount paid
by you for the product. The limitations in this section shall apply whether of not the alleged breach
or default is a breach of a fundamental condition or term, or a fundamental breach. Some
states/countries do not allow the exclusion or limitation of liability for consequential or incidental
damages so the above limitation may not apply to you.
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Standalone DVR/GUI
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12000 Ford Rd, Suite 110, Dallas, TX 75234
Tel: 972-247-1203 Fax: 972-247-1291
www.idview.com
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