Mitsubishi DX-TL5000U series User`s manual

DIGITAL RECORDER
USER’S MANUAL
MODEL
DX-TL5000U
THIS INSTRUCTION MANUAL IS IMPORTANT TO YOU. PLEASE READ IT BEFORE USING YOUR DIGITAL RECORDER.
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WARNING
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
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.
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.
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.
WARNING:
TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR
MOISTURE.
CAUTION:
TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT USE THIS (POLARIZED) PLUG WITH AN
EXTENSION CORD, RECEPTACLE OR OTHER OUTLET UNLESS THE BLADES CAN BE
FULLY INSERTED TO PREVENT BLADE EXPOSURE.
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AVERTISSEMENT
DANGER D’ÉLECTROCUTION
NE PAS OUVRIR
AVERTISSEMENT: POUR ÉLIMINER TOUT RISQUE D’ÉLECTROCUTION, NE PAS OUVRIR LE COUVERCLE
(OU LA PARTIE ARRIÈRE). AUCUNE PIECE
RÉPARABLE PAR L’UTILISATEUR NE SE
TROUVE À L’INTÉRIEUR.
POUR TOUTE INTERVENTION D’ENTRETIEN
OU DE RÉPARATION SE CONFIER AUX TECHNICIENS QUALIFIÉS.
La flèche symbolisant l’éclair dans un triangle équilateral
a pour objet de tirer l’attention de l’utilisateur sur le fait,
qu’il y a des “tensions dangereuses” non-isolées à
l’intérieur de l’enceinte du produit qui peuvent être
suffisamment importantes pour conduire au risque
d’électrocution.
Le point d’exclamation au sein d’un triangle équilateral a
pour objet de tirer l’attention de l’utilisateur sur le fait qu’il
y a des instructions de mise en service et d’entretien (de
réparation) dans les fiches descriptives de l’appareil qui
doivent obligatoirement être respectées.
AVERTISSEMENT:
AFIN D’ÉVITER TOUT RISQUE D’INCENDIE OU D’ÉLECTROCUTION, NE PAS EXPOSER CET
APPAREIL À LA PLUIE NI À L’HUMIDITÉ.
ATTENTION:
POUR PRÉVENIR LES CHOCS ÉLECTRIQUES NE PAS UTILISER CETTE FICHE POLARISÉE
AVEC UN PROLONGATEUR, UNE PRISE DE COURANT OU UNE AUTRE SORTIE DE
COURANT, SAUF SI LES LAMES PEUVENT ÊTRE INSÉRÉES À FOND SANS EN LAISSER
AUCUNE PARTIE À DÉCOUVERT.
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Important safeguards
PLEASE READ ALL THESE INSTRUCTIONS REGARDING YOUR RECORDER AND RETAIN FOR FUTURE
REFERENCE. FOLLOW ALL WARNINGS AND INSTRUCTIONS MARKED ON THE RECORDER.
1. Read Instructions
All the safety and operating instructions should be
read before the appliance is operated.
2. Retain Instructions
The safety and operating instructions should be retained for future reference.
3. Heed Warnings
All warnings on the appliance and in the operating
instructions should be adhered to.
4. Follow Instructions
All operating and use instructions should be followed.
5. Cleaning
Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners. Use a
damp cloth for cleaning.
6. Attachments
Do not use attachments not recommended by the
product manufacturer as they may cause
hazards.
7. Water and Moisture
Do not use this product near water – for example,
near a bath tub, wash bowl, kitchen sink, or laundry
tub, in a wet basement, or near a swimming pool,
and the like.
8. Accessories
Do not place the product on an unstable cart, stand,
tripod, bracket, or table. The product may fall, causing serious injury. Any mounting of the appliance
should follow the manufacturer’s instructions, and
should use a mounting accessory recommended by
the manufacturer.
An appliance and cart combination should be moved
with care. Quick stops, excessive force, and uneven
surfaces may cause the appliance and cart combination to overturn.
9. Ventilation
Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided for
ventilation and to ensure reliable operation of the
product and to protect it from overheating, and these
openings must not be blocked or covered. This product should never be placed near or over a radiator or
heat register. This product should not be placed in
a built-in installation such as a bookcase or rack unless proper ventilation is provided or the manufacturer’s instructions have been adhered to.
10.Power Sources
This product should be operated only from the type
of power source indicated on the marking label. For
products intended to operate from battery power,
other sources, refer to the operating instructions.
11. Grounding or Polarization
This product is equipped with a 3-wire groundingtype plug, a plug having a third (grounding) pin. This
plug will only fit into a grounding-type power outlet.
This is a safety feature. If you are unable to insert
the plug into the outlet, contact your electrician to
replace your obsolete outlet. Do not defeat the safety
purpose of the grounding-type plug.
12.Power-Cord Protection
Power-supply cords should be routed so that they
are not likely to be walked on or pinched by items
placed upon or against them, paying particular attention to cord at plugs, convenience receptacles,
and the point where they exit from the appliance.
13.Lightning
For added protection for this product receiver during
a lightning storm, or when it is left unattended and
unused for long periods of time, unplug it from the
wall outlet. This will prevent damage to the product
due to lightning and power-line surges.
14.Overloading
Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords as
this can result in a risk of fire or electric shock.
15.Object and Liquid Entry
Never spill liquid of any kind on the product.
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16.Servicing
Do not attempt to service this product yourself as
opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing
to qualified service personnel.
17.Damage requiring Service
Unplug this product from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the following conditions:
(a) When the power-supply cord or plug is damaged.
(b) If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen
into the product.
(c) If the product has been exposed to rain or water.
(d) If the product does not operate normally by following the operating instructions. Adjust only
those controls that are covered by the operating
instructions as an improper adjustment of other
controls may result in damage and will often require extensive work by a qualified technician to
restore the product to its normal operation.
(e) If the product has been dropped or the cabinet
has been damaged.
(f) When the product exhibits a distinct change in
performance, this indicates a need for service.
18.Replacement Parts
When replacement parts are required, be sure the
service technician has used replacement parts
specified by the manufacturer or have the same
characteristics as the original part. Unauthorized
substitutions may result in fire, electric shock or other
hazards.
19.Safety Check
Upon completion of any service or repairs to this
product, ask the service technician to perform safety
checks to determine that the product is in safe operating conditions.
20.Heat
The product should be situated away from heat
sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves,
or other products (including amplifiers) that product
heat.
NOTE
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant
to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates,
uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a
residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the
interference at his own expense. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
NOTE
THIS CLASS A DIGITAL APPARATUS COMPLIES WITH CANADIAN ICES-003.
CET APPAREIL NUMÉRIQUE DE LA CLASSE A EST CONFORME À LA NORME NMB-003 DU CANADA.
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Caution and care
HEAVY OBJECTS SHOULD NEVER BE PLACED ON THE UNIT (E.G., MONITOR)
NEVER TOUCH OR INSERT ANY OBJECT INSIDE THE UNIT
Touching the inside of the cabinet or inserting foreign objects of any kind through the disc loading slot or ventilation holes not
only creates a safety hazard but can also cause extensive damage.
PROTECT THE POWER CORD
Damage to the power cord may cause fire or shock hazard. If the power cord is damaged, turn OFF the MAIN switch and
carefully unplug the cord by holding the main plug.
If this unit is moved with the power on status, the built-in HDD may be damaged. Confirm that more than one minute have
passed since the power cord and the connecting cords were disconnected, then move this unit. Make sure to take the disc out
and close the disc loading slot.
UNPLUG THE POWER CORD DURING A LONG ABSENCE
Turn off the power and unplug the power cord during a long absence.
MAINTAIN GOOD VENTILATION
Do not obstruct the many ventilation holes on the unit. For maximum ventilation, leave some space around the unit and place
the unit on a hard level surface only, and ensure it is not covered during use. Heavy objects should never be placed on the unit.
WHEN NOT IN USE
When not in use, always eject the disc and turn OFF the MAIN switch.
CABINET CARE
Never use petroleum-based cleaners. Clean with a soft cloth moistened with soap and water and wipe dry.
PVC cables or leads should not be left in contact with the cabinet surface for long periods.
INSTALLATION LOCATION
For excellent performance and lasting reliability install in a location that is:1. Well ventilated, out of direct sunlight and away from direct heat.
2. A solid vibration-free surface.
3. Free from high humidity, excessive dust and away from magnetic fields.
4. Please ensure that the ventilation fan located on the unit’s back panel is not blocked.
UNSUITABLE LOCATIONS
Placing the unit in the following places might shorten the product life:
• Extremely cold places, such as refrigerated warehouses and ice houses
• Places where excessive hydrogen sulfide is likely to be generated, such as hot-springs areas
• Places or locations with salt air environment.
NO OBJECTS FILLED WITH LIQUIDS, SUCH AS VASES, SHALL BE PLACED ON THE APPARATUS.
DO NOT PLACE HEAVY OBJECT ON THIS UNIT.
DO NOT STEP ONTO THIS UNIT.
DO NOT PLACE ANY OBJECTS IN FRONT OF THE DISC LOADING SLOT.
The unit may drop or fall by losing its balance. It may cause injury or failure of the unit.
WARNING:
TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPARATUS TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
THIS APPARATUS MUST BE GROUNDED.
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WARNING:
The supplied power cord is used for 120 V only. Never connect to any outlet or power supply having a
different voltage or frequency.
Notice about construction of the surveillance system using this unit
• This unit can be controlled by the external devices via RS-232C terminal or LAN terminal. This unit can also be used to
control external devices via external terminal, RS-422/485, or RS-232C terminal. Owning to these functions, this unit
flexibly applies to the high grade security system, but the whole surveillance system may be affected by the malfunction
of this unit or the external devices depending on the setting contents of this unit, or the connection or combination
between the external devices.
• When configuring a surveillance system using this unit, it is recommended to confirm first that this unit operates normally
with the other devices connected.
• It is recommended to copy or back up the important recorded contents.
• Damages rising out of any operational error of the surveillance system or loss of the recorded data or any other damages
because of any user malfunction of this unit are not covered.
There may be cases when the unit’s built-in MOTION DETECTION function does not operate properly due to external
condition or video input signal or other factors.
The user will not be indemnified for problems (e.g., recording failure or playback failure) that occur with either the unit or a
connected device during operation. It is recommended that backups of important recordings are made regularly as a
precaution against possible breakdowns and accidents.
Recordable time and product warranty
Continuous recordable time and the estimated time displayed on the menu screen is the continuous recordable time when
operating this unit and is not the product warranty period. Furthermore, it is not the period that guarantees life time at the
unit.
• This unit uses a built-in hard disk, which is a precision device. Please handle this unit with sufficient care.
• Do not subject this unit to vibrations or shocks. This may cause trouble specially when the power of the unit is turned on
or when the hard disk is being accessed, and sufficient care is required.
• Do not disconnect the power plug while the power of the unit is turned on or while recording or playing.
• For early detection of faults, we recommend that you request inspection once a year.
The hard disk and cooling fan are not permanent items and will need replacing with time. When operated in an ambient
temperature of 25 °C, it is recommended that both of the hard disk and fan are replaced every 30,000 hours.
(This figure is only a guide, and should not be taken as a guaranteed lifespan of the products. Use the <Elapsed Operating
Time> (System Menu Service Info) as a guide to perform checkups.)
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Caution and care (continued)
DISCLAIMER
In any event, Mitsubishi assumes no responsibility or reliability for the following:
1. Disassembly, repair, or alteration of this unit by user or installer.
2. Failure or breakdown in or damage to this unit resulting from misuse or careless handling by user or installer.
3. Inconvenience or damages arising out of inability to display or record images due to any reason or cause other than
breakdown or failure in this unit.
4. Failure in this unit due to combination with other equipment manufactured by a third party or inconvenience or damages
resulting from such failure.
5. Inconvenience, damages, or claims arising out of breakdown in this unit or loss of recorded video data due to replacement of the built-in HDD by user or installer.
6. Inconvenience or damages arising out of breakdown in this unit or inability to display or record images due to natural
disaster including earthquake and storm.
7. Inconvenience, damages, or claims arising out of breakdown in this unit or loss of recorded video data due to impact or
vibration to the built-in HDD or an environmental factor such as temperature at the installation site.
8. Demand for damages or other claim of infringement of privacy if the images monitored or recorded by user become
public or are used for any purpose other than surveillance for whatever reason.
INSTALLATION LOCATION AND HANDLING
• Place this unit horizontally and in a stable place. If this unit is not placed correctly and used in an unstable place, the unit
may be damaged such as removal of the DVD/CD disc.
• Do not place this unit close to other electronic or magnetic equipment. This will avoid video and audio distortion.
• When a monitor and this unit are placed vertically, the pictures may be distorted or DVD/CD disc may not be ejected.
• Do not let stick your hands into the disc loading slot. You may get your hand caught in the slot and may got injured. If you get
your hand caught, do not get out of the slot by force. Contact your dealer after turning off the power and disconnecting the
plug.
DVD/CD DISC
• Do not use the disc cracked, deformed or repaired with adhesive. The disc may fly into pieces and cause injury.
• Do not touch the playback surface when holding the disc.
• When dew condensation occurs on the disc, wipe the surface off before use.
• Dirt such as fingerprints or dust causes the deterioration of the picture quality and audio quality. Gently wipe the DVD/CD
disc from the center to the outside with a soft cloth.
• When the disc is very dirty, soak a soft cloth with water and screw water of it, wipe off the dirt lightly, then wipe with a dry
cloth.
• Do not use solvent such as benzine and thinner, a record cleaner, and static-stopper. They may damage the disc.
• Do not use the disc described below. They may damage the disk itself or this unit.
Discs on which a piece of paper or sticker is put, or a disk damaged.
Discs which the label is peeled or a disk with oozing.
Discs cracked, deformed, or repaired with adhesive.
• Store the disc in the specified casing, avoiding the following places.
Places where it will be subjected to direct sunlight.
Places with excessive dust.
Places where it will be subjected to high temperatures or high humidity.
• DVD movie (cinema) or personal recorded picture cannot be played back on this unit. Only the pictures recorded on this unit
can be played back.
MAINTENANCE OF THE LENS FOR RECORDING/PLAYBACK (LASER PICKUP)
• When any dust adheres on the lens for recording/playback, the image may be distorted or the audio may skip. Also normal
recording or playback may not work. Ask your dealer how to correct this problem.
Be careful, do not use the commercial lens cleaning disk, they may damage the lens.
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Contents
Important safeguards .................................................... i-iv
Caution and care ............................................................ 2-4
Contents ............................................................................. 5
Note .................................................................................... 6
Software License Agreement ........................................... 7
How to set the menus .................................................. 8-11
Setting the menus ............................................... 8-10
Setting the menu using a mouse ....................... 8
Setting the menu using the front panel buttons . 8
Displaying a menu screen .................................. 9
Closing a menu screen ...................................... 9
Selecting an item ............................................... 9
Inputting numbers ............................................ 10
Setting parameters ........................................... 10
Symbols in the menus ............................................ 11
Setting the time and date ............................................... 12
Time/Date Setting (Setup Menu System Time/Date
Setting) .................................................................. 12
Using the basic multiplexer functions .......................... 13
Basic multiplexer functions .................................... 13
Multiplexer buttons ........................................... 13
Communications by Web Browser ........................... 24-31
Communications by Web Browser ......................... 24
The personal computer product requirements . 24
Connections ..................................................... 24
Login ................................................................. 24,25
Main Menu ........................................................ 25-31
Live Monitoring ................................................. 26
Playback ........................................................... 27
Configuration Menu ..................................... 28-30
User Registration ................................... 28,29
Recorder Title & Camera Titles ................... 29
E-mail Setup ........................................... 29,30
NAS Setup .................................................. 30
Clock Setup ................................................. 30
Logout .............................................................. 31
Change Login User .......................................... 31
Troubleshooting ......................................................... 32,33
Warnings and CALL OUT output .............................. 34,35
Warnings and their appropriate countermeasures
.......................................................................... 34,35
Using the cascade function ........................................... 14
Cascade ................................................................. 14
Controlling the camera ................................................... 15
PTZ control using the menu (User Menu PTZ
Control) .................................................................. 15
PTZ control using the front panel buttons .............. 15
Recording the picture manually .................................... 16
Basic manual recording ......................................... 16
Setting the recording rate and picture grade for
normal recording .............................................. 16
Playing back the recorded data ..................................... 17
Basic playback ....................................................... 17
Searching the desired picture .................................. 18,19
Basic search ..................................................... 18,19
Search by Time and Date ................................ 18
Search by Alarm List ........................................ 19
Copying the recorded data ........................................ 20-23
Copy (User Menu Copy) ................................. 20,21
Copy Data to Copy 1 Drive/Set Copy 1 Drive .. 20
Copy Data to Copy 2 Drive/Set Copy 2 Drive
.................................................................... 20,21
Copying the data of this unit to a video cassette ... 21
Playback software ............................................. 22,23
System requirements ....................................... 22
Starting up the application software ................. 22
Operational panel ............................................. 22
File menu ......................................................... 22
Search menu .................................................... 23
Operation menu ............................................... 23
Bookmark menu ............................................... 23
View menu ....................................................... 23
Grouping menu ................................................ 23
Menus apperaing with right button clicking ...... 23
How to read this manual
• Viewing displays
(Refer to this information when operating):
Reference information concerning operation
(Caution required):
Cautionary items concerning operation
• Finding desired information
There is a “Contents” at the beginning of this manual.
• Troubleshooting
Read Troubleshooting (pages 32, 33) for possible
remedies to the problem.
Microsoft is either registered trademarks or trademarks
of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or
other countries.
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Note
Thank you for purchasing Mitsubishi digital recorder DX-TL5000U (hereinafter referred to as “Product”). Before using this
Product, please be sure to read the following Software License Agreement with regard to the software contained in this
Product (hereinafter referred to as “Licensed Software”). By using this Product, you are agreeing to be bound by the
terms and conditions of the following Software License Agreement.
This Product contains software programs that are covered by GNU General Public License or GNU Lesser General Public
License. Such software programs are excluded from Licensed Software and not covered by the following Software License
Agreement. For the terms and conditions for use of the software programs covered by GNU General Public License or GNU
Lesser General Public License, please see “Notice about software to which GNU GPL/LGPL is applied”*.
In addition, this Product contains “Apache” and “OpenSSL (including “Original SSLeay” library).” These software programs
are also excluded from Licensed Software and not covered by the following Software License Agreement. For the terms and
conditions for use of these software programs, please see “Notice about Apache software”* and “Notice about OpenSSL
software”*.
Each of “Berkeley Database,” “agetty,” “expat,” and “zlib” contained in this Product is other open source software. These
software programs are excluded from Licensed Software and not covered by the following Software License Agreement. For
the terms and conditions for use of these software programs, please see “Notice about other open source software”*.
*
The documents of “Notice about software to which GNU GPL/LGPL is applied,” “Notice about Apache software,” “Notice about
OpenSSL software,” and “Notice about other open source software” are contained (in the format of electronic files as
notice_GPL_LGPL_ja.pdf, notice_Apache_ja.pdf, notice_OpenSSL_ja.pdf, and notice_other_ja.pdf) in the “OpenSoft_License”
folder in the accessory CD supplied with this Product.
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Software License Agreement
This Software License Agreement (“Agreement”) is an agreement between you (“User”) and Mitsubishi Electric Corporation
(“Licensor”) with regard to the license to use Licensed Software.
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Licensor hereby grants to User a nonexclusive, nontransferable license to use Licensed Software.
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on this Product. User is hereby allowed to refer to the descriptions and instructions related to Licensed Software
contained in the user’s guide of this Product to the extent necessary for use of such Licensed Software.
2. User shall not reproduce, copy, or modify, in whole or in part, or make addition or alteration to Licensed Software and
pertinent documents.
3. User shall use Licensed Software in accordance with the operating instructions described in the user’s guide.
Article 3 (License conditions)
1. User shall not transfer to any third party the license stipulated in the preceding article.
2. User shall not disassemble, decompile, or otherwise analyze the source code of Licensed Software.
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referred to as “Original Right Holder”). User shall not own any rights other than the license granted hereunder with
regard to Licensed Software and pertinent documents.
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no liability for any damages suffered by User or any third party arising out of User’s execution of the license granted
hereunder, except in cases where any applicable laws are extended.
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Any issues related to intellectual property rights, including but not limited to rights of privacy, copyright, and patent,
involving any third party arising out of User’s use of Licensed Software shall be settled by User on its own responsibility, and Licensor shall have no responsibilities for such issues.
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User shall keep secret the details of Licensed Software and pertinent documents provided hereunder and the
contents of this Agreement that are unknown publicly and shall not disclose or leak such details and contents to any
third party without consent of Licensor.
Article 8 (Termination)
In case of either of the following events, Licensor may terminate this Agreement immediately and may claim against
User for resulting damages it suffers.
(1) User’s violation of any provision of this Agreement.
(2) Occurrence of filing against User for seizure, provisional seizure, provisional injunction, or other forcible
execution.
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documents, and any copies thereof in its possession within two weeks after termination hereof and shall provide
Licensor with a written certification of such disposal.
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additional separate terms and conditions for using the updated version of such Licensed Software.
Article 11 (Miscellaneous)
1. If any provision of this Agreement is determined to be invalid by law, the remaining provisions hereof shall remain
valid and enforceable.
2. If any doubt arises in relation to matters not defined herein or interpretation hereof, Licensor and User shall discuss
such doubt and attain a solution in a faithful manner.
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How to set the menus
Setting the menus
The operations of this unit can be set via a menu displayed on OUTPUT A monitor. You can select and set the operational
conditions by using the buttons on the front panel or using a USB mouse connected to the unit. When using the front
panel buttons, the numbers 1-16 (camera number buttons) and letters A to E (SPLIT screen buttons) represent the GUI
button of the menu screen.
• The menu can only be displayed through OUTPUT A monitor. The menu cannot be displayed through OUTPUT B
monitor.
Setting the menu using a mouse
• Setting a mouse
step1.
Attach the supplied ferrite core to the cable of the
mouse as illustrated to the left.
step1.
Use the left and right mouse buttons to set the menu.
• Setting a menu with a mouse
Wheel
Left button
•
•
Right button
•
Click the left button to open the menu or select
a needed item, etc.
Click the right button to select the active area
for motion detection function.
The wheel on a mouse does not work with this
unit.
Mouse
Setting the menu using the front panel buttons
step1.
Use the SET UP button, camera number buttons,
and the SPLIT screen buttons (A to E) to set the
menu.
•
•
M-DET
DOT ON/OFF
Press the SET UP button to display the menu
screen.
Press the camera number buttons (1 to 16) and
the SPLIT screen buttons (A to E) to open each
menu or select the needed item.
M-DET
AREA SET UP
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Displaying a menu screen
step1.
Press the SET UP button or click the left button on
the mouse to display a menu.
•
•
The <User Menu> appears.
To open other menu, press the D button or leftclick on “Next .”
• When you use a mouse, click the following area to
operate.
E
Exit
Click this area
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1
Search
2
Copy
3
Information
D
Next
4
Audio
5
Protect Data
6
PTZ Control
E
Exit
Closing a menu screen
step1.
Press the E button or left-click on the “Exit” to close
the menu.
• You cannot close the menu by pressing the SET UP
button on the unit.
Setup Menu
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Recording
2
Timer
3
Motion Det
D
Next
4
System
5
Menu Data
6
Option
E
Exit
Selecting an item
step1.
Press the front panel button of the needed item or
left click on the needed item.
•
•
The item menu opens.
Select an item and press the number or click
on the menu to open the item.
M-DET
DOT ON/OFF
M DET
E
Exit
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Reset to Factory Setting
7
Audio Setting
6
On Screen Display Setting
5
Multiplexer Setting
4
Password Setting
Rear Terminal Setting
3
Setup Menu
Menu Language Selection
2
1 Recording
Timer
2
Time/Date Setting
1
4
System
5
Menu Data
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Motion Det
D
6
Option
E
Next
Exit
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How to set the menus (continued)
Inputting numbers
Number input area
Time Date Setting
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Time Date Setting
0 1 - 0 1 - 2 0 0 4
step2.
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Using the front buttons of the unit:
step1. The number displayed in red can be changed.
Pressing the camera number buttons (0 to 9) will
input and use that number.
To move to the next input area, press the 16 button.
To go back to the previous area, press the 14 button.
16
Using a mouse:
step1. Left-click on the number in red until the needed
number appears.
Set time and date.
Day Light Saving Setting
A
Auto
D
Set >
To change another area, left-click on the needed
area or left-click or .
Return
E
Setting parameters
Time Date Setting
Press the A button or left-click on the parameter box
until the item to be set appears.
step2.
For some items, more detailed setting is required.
In this case, an item such as “D(Set >)” is displayed.
If necessary, press the D button or left-click on the
“Set >” to set more details.
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Time Date Setting
0 1 - 0 1 - 2 0 0 4
step1.
•
When you close the menu, press the E button or left
click on “Return” or “Exit.”
•
You cannot close the menu by pressing the SET UP
button on the unit.
0 0 : 0 0 : 0 0
14
16
A
Auto
Set time and date.
Day Light Saving Setting
D
E
Set >
Return
Setting or selecting area
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Symbols in the menus
Up button
Motion Search (Main - Normal)
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A
11
1
Search Start Position
15
Oldest
13
0 1 - 0 1 - 2 0 0 4
0 0 : 0 0 : 0 0
14
16
?
Menu address
Help button
Down button
Left button
Right button
Setup date search starts from.
Motion Detection Settings
B
Next >
Same as Recording Setting
C
Motion A
D
Search
E
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Return
Some symbols appear in the menu screens. The meanings are as follows.
?
(Help)
When you press the HELP button or click this symbol, the detailed information on the menu appears.
(Left)
When you press the 14 button or click this symbol, the item to be set shifts to left.
(Right)
When you press the 16 button or click this symbol, the item to be set shifts to right.
(Up)
When you press the 11 button or click this symbol, the value of selected item increases.
(Down)
When you press the 15 button or click this symbol, the value of selected item decreases.
Menu address
A unique number for each menu page. You can go directly to each menu page by inputting the menu
address number using the front buttons of the unit.
For example, when opening the <Motion Search> menu, press the SET UP button and then press the
camera number button in the order of 1, 6.
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Setting the time and date
Time/Date Setting (Setup Menu
Date Setting)
System
Time/
This item is used to set the present date, time, and auto
daylight saving. Auto daylight saving function is used to
automatically gain the clock of the unit an hour for the
specified time period.
Start/end time of the auto daylight savings can be checked
and if needed, changed.
• Before you start recording, accurately set the present
date and time.
• The recording and playback are not performed
correctly when the clock of this unit does not run.
Check that the clock of this unit is running before
operation.
Setup Menu
4 System
steps
1, 2
1 Time/Date Setting
step
3
D Day Light Saving Setting
step1.
Set the present month, date, year, hour, minute, and
second.
step2.
Select the desired setting for daylight saving.
Auto: Automatically adjust forward or back an hour
for the time period set in the <Day Light Saving
Setting>.
Off: Auto daylight saving function is not used.
step3.
Date and time of Auto Day Light Saving Setting can
be adjusted as needed.
• The time is indicated using the 24-hour system.
• This unit uses 4 digits to display the year. The
available display range is 37 years between 1/1/2001
to 31/12/2037. The unit is also equipped with a
function to automatically calculate leap years. The
year returns to 2001 after 31/12/2037.
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Using the basic multiplexer functions
Basic multiplexer functions
This function is used to activate multiplexer functions using
the buttons on the front panel.
DIGITAL ZOOM button
Camera number buttons
• The sequential display is cancelled when a different
type of split screen or single screen is selected.
• Pressing the OUTPUT A/B button on the front panel
switches the multiplexer video output. When OUTPUT
A is selected, the button light indicator is off. When
OUTPUT B is selected, the button light indicator is
on, and camera number buttons, SPLIT screen
buttons, and SEQUENCE button are operated for the
monitor screen connected to the OUTPUT B
connector. Pressing the OUTPUT A/B button again
switches the multiplexer output to OUTPUT A.
4. DIGITAL ZOOM button
Pressing this button in single screen mode displays the
screen at 100%. At this time, the magnification center
point (X) appears. Pressing the button again switches
the magnification to 200%, and then 400%. By pressing
the MOVE buttons, the center point moves vertically or
horizontally.
SPLIT screen buttons
SEQUENCE button
OUTPUT A/B button
When the DIGITAL ZOOM button is pressed, camera
number buttons 11, 14, 15, and 16 move the “X” in the
screen.
Move buttons
Multiplexer buttons
1. Camera number buttons (1 to 16)
Displays the picture supplied from the cameras
connected to CAMERA IN terminals 1 to 16 on the rear
panel in the single screen display.
• Pictures can be displayed even if the camera is not
set to record.
2. SPLIT screen buttons
Displays the split screen in the following order.
SPLIT4 ( ) button : SPLIT 4a SPLIT 4b
SPLIT 4c SPLIT 4d SPLIT 4a
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SPLIT9 ( ) button : SPLIT 9a SPLIT 9b
SPLIT 9a • • •
SPLIT10 ( ) button : SPLIT 10a SPLIT 10b
SPLIT 10a • • •
SPLIT13 ( ) button : SPLIT 13a SPLIT 13b
SPLIT 13a • • •
SPLIT16 ( ) button : SPLIT 16 screen
3. SEQUENCE button
Displays the sequential screen in the split screen or the
single screen display. Make the detailed settings of this
display in the <Multiplexer Setting> (Setup Menu
System Multiplexer Setting). Sequential display does
not appear during playback.
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Using the cascade function
Cascade
This unit supports cascade connection where up to 16 DXTL5000U can be connected together. Control of recorder’s
down the chain is possible from the master recorder. View
of picture from cameras connected to slave recorders can
be done from the master recorder monitor.
• Before using the cascade function, check the
following:
• The recorders are connected via the RS-485
terminal. Cascade connection for audio and video
is made.
• During cascade mode, the picture from the slave
recorder is displayed on the monitor connected to
VIDEO CASCADE OUT connector of the master
recorder.
• You can operate the multiple recorders also using the
optional keyboard DX-KB5UE. For the connection and
operation, refer to the installer’s manual of this unit or
the installation and operation manual of the keyboard.
• The ID number of the master recorder is set to
“Master ID : 01” and that of the slave recorders are
set to any number from “Slave ID : 01 to 16.”
step1.
Press the PTZ button for more than 2 seconds.
• The unit switches to the cascade mode.
• On the slave recorder, the status of the cascade
mode is shown on the LCD display.
During cascade mode (during connecting):
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CASCADE ON
During cascade standby mode:
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CASCADE MODE
step2.
Press the camera number button corresponding to
the ID number of the slave recorder to be controlled.
• Press the camera number button within 3 seconds
of switching the unit to the cascade mode.
• The picture from the selected recorder is
displayed on the monitor connected to the VIDEO
CASCADE OUT terminal of the master recorder.
By using the buttons of the master recorder, the
multiplexer function of the slave recorder can be
operated. And also by operating PTZ of the
master recorder, the camera connected to the
slave recorder can be controlled.
• The ID number of the slave recorder controlled
appears on the LCD display on the front panel of
the master recorder.
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CASCADE ID02
It is also displayed on the monitor screen.
step3.
To control the other recorder, repeat steps 1 and 2
above.
• Press the PTZ button for more than 2 seconds to
cancel the operation of the slave recorder and
displays the picture supplied from the camera
connected to the master recorder again.
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Controlling the camera
This function is used to control the cameras connected via
RS-232C or RS-422/485 terminal.
PTZ control using the front panel buttons
step1.
Press the camera number button of the PTZ camera
number to be controlled and display the picture in
the single screen display.
step2.
Press the PTZ button.
PTZ control using the menu (User
Menu PTZ Control)
• The unit switches to PTZ mode and the button
lights up. “PTZ” appears on the LCD display on
the front panel during PTZ mode.
User Menu
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PTZ
6 PTZ Control
step
1
• The camera number to be controlled appears on
the LCD display on the front panel.
1 Go to PTZ Control
step
2
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PTZ CAM1
Zoom, iris, focus adjustment,Auto pan
step
3
step3.
Add Preset
step
4
2 Select PTZ Camera
step1.
Pan or tilt the PTZ camera connected.
• Click the gray area by using the mouse to adjust
the camera angle.
adjusts the camera angle
in the upward direction
adjusts the
camera angle
in the rightward
direction
adjusts the
camera angle
in the leftward
direction
adjusts the camera angle
in the downward direction
step2.
step3.
Adjust zoom, iris, and focus. And activate auto pan.
Control the camera.
Tilt: Press the TILT button to tilt the camera in
the upward direction. Press the TILT button to
tilt the camera in the downward direction.
Pan: Turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right to pan
the camera in the rightward direction. Turn the
SHUTTLE ring to the left to pan the camera in
the leftward direction.
Camera zoom: Press the CAMERA ZOOM
button and then turn the JOG dial to the left (wide)
or right (tele) to adjust the camera zoom.
Focus: Press the FOCUS button and then turn
the JOG dial to the left (far) or right (near) to
adjust the focus of a camera.
Iris: Press the IRIS button and then turn the JOG
dial to the left (close) or right (open) to adjust the
iris of a camera.
Preset: Press the PRESET button and then
press the camera number buttons within 3
seconds to preset the watching points. Up to 16
points can be set.
Auto pan: Press the AUTO PAN button to
activate the auto pan function of the camera.
Preset the watching points 1 to 16.
• The preset points are registered to the PTZ
camera for auto pan function.
step4.
Switch the camera number to be controlled.
• The camera number to be controlled appears on
the LCD display on the front panel.
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PTZ CAM1
• <PTZ Control> can be set using the mouse only. You
cannot set it using front panel buttons.
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Recording the picture manually
Basic manual recording
This function is to setup the recording parameters of
recording setting pattern A to start recording manually.
Ensure all the cameras are connected and time and date
has been set correctly. Before you start recording, check
the repeat recording settings in the <Data Management
Setting for Main Memory> (System Menu Memory Data
Management Setting for Main Memory) first, and then make
the recording settings.
• Make the manual recording settings on the <Set
Recording Pattern A (Normal/Timer)> (Setup Menu
Recording Set Recording Pattern A (Normal/
Timer)).
• <Set Recording Pattern A (Normal/Timer)> can be
used for manual or timer recording. <Set Recording
Pattern B (Timer)> to <Set Recording Pattern D
(Timer)> are used for timer recording only.
Setting the recording rate and picture grade for
normal recording
step1.
• The unit automatically detects the cameras with
video signal at their input when you select
“Execute.” The detected cameras will be used in
the Auto and Easy settings calculation in step 2.
• After executing the camera check, the recording
settings are made only for the camera numbers with
the video signal input when using auto or easy setting.
step2.
Setup Menu
1 Recording
1 Set Recording Pattern A (Normal/Timer)
1
1 Camera Check
step
2 Normal Recording Menu
2 + D Recording Setting A-Normal (Auto)
D Recording Setting A-Normal
2 + D Recording Setting A-Normal (Easy)
D Recording Setting A-Normal
2 + D Recording Setting A-Normal (Manual)
D Recording Setting A-Normal
Set the normal recording menu.
Auto: Automatically sets the picture grade and the
recording rate by setting the recording cycle and
the recording hour per day. Set the desired settings
and then select “Execute.”
• The preview screen appears automatically when
the auto setting is executed.
Easy: Sets the frame or field recording, recording
rate, and picture grade for normal recording to the
same settings for all the cameras. When the
recording rate is set to “– – –” for all the camera
numbers, normal recording does not perform. Set
the desired settings and then select “Execute.”
• The preview screen appears automatically when
the easy setting is executed.
Manual: Sets per camera, the frame or field
recording, recording rate, and picture grade for
normal recording. When you set “– – –” for the
recording rate, the recording does not perform for
that camera number.
• Select “View” to display the preview screen and
check your settings.
• Settings here are for manual recording only. For timer
recording, settings must be made on the <Timer>
menu (Setup Menu Timer).
step
Execute camera check.
2
• When you set frame recording, the recording rate
display in the preview screen turns green.
• The recording rate display in the preview screen turns
red when the value exceeds 240 pps in total.
<Estimated Recording Time>
• The estimated continuous recordable time is displayed
on the bottom of the preview screen which is dependent
on the picture grade and the recording rate settings for
normal recording. (The time does not change or reflect
alarm recording settings.)
• When the main device is partitioned, <Estimated
Recording Time> shows the estimated recordable time
for normal recording.
step3.
Press the REC/STOP button.
• The REC/STOP button lights up and recording
starts.
step4.
To stop recording, press the REC/STOP button for
more than 2 seconds.
• Recording stops and the light turns off.
REC/STOP
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Playing back the recorded data
step4.
Basic playback
This function is used to playback recorded data. This unit
allows recorded data to be played back using various
methods. The basic playback described below is the most
common method for playback.
step1.
Press the PLAY button inside of the front door.
• Playback starts.
• After turning the power on, the oldest recording
data is played back first. Otherwise, playback
resumes at the stopped position of the previous
playback spot.
STOP
PAUSE REV. PLAY PLAY
JUMP TO END
SPEED
• When the “Playback Device Repeat Setting” (System
Menu Memory Recording Data Readout Setting)
is set to “Repeat Off,” playback stops when reaching
the physical end of the HDD or end point of the recording
section. When the “Playback Device Repeat Setting”
is set to “Repeat On,” recorded data is played back
repeatedly.
To stop playback, press the STOP button.
• When executing playback again, the playback
starts from the stopped position of the previous
playback.
• Pressing the OUTPUT A/B button on the front panel
switches the multiplexer video output. When OUTPUT
A is selected, the button light indicator is off. When
OUTPUT B is selected, the button light indicator is
on, and the buttons related to playback function are
operated for the monitor screen connected to the
OUTPUT B connector. Pressing the OUTPUT A/B
button again switches the multiplexer output to
OUTPUT A.
• The playback of each camera may vary in speed
depending on the recorded condition.
• During the split screen display, the playback speed
may be slower than the speed used for recording.
• When playing back on both OUTPUT A and B, the
playback speed may be affected and become slower.
(To change the playback device:)
step2-1. Select the playback device and playback area in the
<Select Source Device> (User Menu
Search Select Source Device).
Main: Plays back the contents from the main HDD
device.
Normal: Normal recording area
Alarm: Alarm recording area
LPA: Long pre-alarm recording area
Copy 1: Plays back the recorded contents of the
copy 1 device.
“SerialBus,” “NAS,” “SCSI,” “DVD/CD,”
“USBMemory”
Copy 2: Plays back the recorded contents of the
copy 2 device.
“SerialBus,” “NAS,” “SCSI,” “DVD/CD”
• “Alarm” appears when “Alarm Recording Area”
(System Menu Memory Data Management Setting
for Main Memory Change Partition Setting) is set to
other than “0 %.”
• “LPA” appears when “Long Pre-Alarm Area” (System
Menu Memory Data Management Setting for Main
Memory Change Partition Setting) is set to other than
“0 %.”
step2-2.
Press the PLAY button.
• Playback of the selected device starts.
• When you press the PAUSE/JUMP TO END button
during the playback is stopped, the still frame playback
picture around the end point of the latest recording is
displayed.
step3.
To pause playback, press the PAUSE button.
• To resume playback, press the PAUSE button
again or press the PLAY button.
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Searching the desired picture
Basic search
This function is used to search the start point of needed
picture. This unit is equipped with 5 search functions
(Search by Time and Date, Search by Alarm List, Find
data storage location, Search by Book Mark, and Search
by Motion). In this section, the common search methods,
search by time and date and search by alarm list, are
described.
• When you change the display from single to split or
from split to single during still frame playback, the
recording picture may not be existed at that point or
picture may not be displayed depending on the
selected camera number or timing of displaying the
still frame playback picture.
Search by Time and Date
This item is used to search recording picture by specifying
date, hour, minute, second, and camera number. The
search result is displayed in still frame playback. When
searching for 1 camera number, the search result is
displayed in the single screen display. When searching
for 2 or more camera numbers, it is displayed in SPLIT16
screen.
User Menu
1 Search
2 Search by Time and Date
step1.
To input the time and date to be searched manually,
select “Manual” and then set the month, date, year,
hour, minute, and second.
• To input the start and end points of recording,
select “Start” and “End” respectively.
step2.
Set the camera numbers to be searched.
step3.
Select “Search.”
step4.
To playback the searched picture, press either the
PLAY button or the PAUSE button.
step5.
To stop playback or still frame playback, press the
STOP button.
• To change the source device to be searched, set the
desired device in the <Select Source Device> (User
Menu Search Select Source Device).
• To display the single screen display of the desired
camera number when the search result is displayed
in the SPLIT16 screen, press the desired camera
number button.
• When there is no recording of the set time, the picture
of the closest time and date for the set camera
number is displayed in still frame.
• When the multiple recorded data of the same date
and time are existed, execute search by time and
date more than once until the desired picture is
searched.
• Depending on the recording condition, search by time
and date function may not operate correctly.
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Search by Alarm List
This unit stores the start time of alarm recording and
emergency recording in the alarm list when such recording
begins. This item is used to search the desired picture using
the list of alarm recording (emergency recording). The
search result displays in still frame playback of the single
screen display.
User Menu
1 Search
steps
1, 2
3 Search by Alarm List
step
3
D Alarm List
step1.
Set the month, date, year, hour, minute, second, and
sensor number to be searched.
• In the alarm list, items with the ALARM IN terminal
grounded are indicated in orange, items that were
detected with motion are indicated in white, items with
the EMERGENCY terminal grounded are indicated
in magenta, and items that were input with alarm
signal via communication are indicated in green.
• To clear the alarm list, erase the HDD data of which
the alarm recording is recorded (System Menu Data
Clear). Beware that executing it erases all the data of
the HDD contained the picture data.
• Alarm list search is not performed if there are no index
signals.
• When alarm recording (emergency recording) is
started while displaying the <Alarm List>, you must
first exit the <Alarm List> and then display it again.
The new item will be added to the list. In this case,
specifying the date and time to be searched again
may be necessary.
Latest: Displays the date and time of the latest
recording.
step2.
Select “Alarm List.”
• The alarm list may take longer to display completely
when there are many items in the list or when a HDD
has been added.
• The displayed alarm list shows the list of alarm
recordings which has been started before and closest
to the specified time.
step3.
Select the alarm list you want to display.
• To change the source device to be searched, set the
desired device in the <Select Source Device> (User
Menu Search Select Source Device).
To execute alarm list search while the “Alarm area”
and “Long pre-alarm area” are set, set the playback
area to “Alarm” and “LPA” respectively.
• “Sensor” display indicates the sensor number of which
the alarm signal is input.
• When the repeat recording setting for “Normal
Recording Area” or “Alarm Recording Area” (System
Menu Memory Data Management Setting for Main
Memory) is set to “Repeat Off” and there is an alarm
recording (emergency recording) at the end of the
HDD, that recording may not be stored in the alarm
list and that item may be missed.
• When the data of the camera number which is not
corresponded to the alarm sensor number is copied
to the external media, the alarm list of that data is not
exactly similar to that of listed in the digital recorder.
• When the detection of the motion or the ground of
the ALARM IN terminal occurs numerously at the
same time, not all the start times of the alarm recording
may be registered in the alarm list. In this case, the
sensor of the lowest number is registered in the list.
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Copying the recorded data
Copy (User Menu Copy)
This item is used to copy data from the main device to a
copy device.
Copy Data to Copy 1 Drive/Set Copy 1 Drive
• When copying the data to DVD and setting “Overwrite”
to “On,” the unit clears the existing data on the disk
before overwriting with new data. Note that clearing
the data takes about 30 to 40 minutes.
step3.
This item is used to copy data to Copy 1 device by specifying
the start and end points. The points are specified by the
date and time or the book mark. This function is useful for
copying the data of the short period of time.
Set the start, start/end, or end point of copy by
specifying the date and time or the book mark
number.
Start: Sets only the start point of copy.
Start/End: Sets the start and end points of copy.
End: Sets only the end point of copy.
• To set the book mark point, select “Bookmark”
and then select the desired book mark number.
• To copy from the oldest recording time, select
“Copy Start Time.” To copy to the latest recording
time, select “Copy End Time.”
• Before executing the copy, make sure that the Copy
1 device is connected and set in the <Add/Remove
HDD Device> and <Add/Remove DVD/CD Drive>
(System Menu Memory) correctly.
step4.
Select “Calculate” to calculate the capacity of data
to be copied.
User Menu
2 Copy
steps
4, 5
step
3
steps
1, 2
1 Copy Data to Copy 1 Drive
1 + 2 Range of Copy
3 Set Copy 1 Drive
step1.
Set the camera number to be copied.
• The button function changes between “All Off”
and “All On” each time you select this button.
You can switch on and off for all the cameras
easily by using this button.
• The picture is not copied when there is no
recorded picture of the set camera number or
time.
step2.
Select “Other settings” and then set the detailed
settings.
From Main: Sets the area which contains the data
to be copied. The available setting items are
“Normal,” “Alarm,” and “LPA.”
To Copy 1: Sets the group name to where the data
is copied. The available setting items are
“SerialBus,” “NAS,” “SCSI,” “DVD/CD,” and
“USBMemory.”
Copy Data: Sets the data area to be copied. The
available setting items are “Alarm” and “All.”
Overwrite: Selects whether or not to overwrite the
existed data.
Auto Eject: Selects whether to eject media (CD/
DVD) automatically when the copy is over.
• When using “End,” the copy cannot be executed
unless the calculation of the capacity of data to be
copied is completed.
• When using “Start” or “Start/End” and executing copy
without calculating the capacity of data to be copied,
the progress or the time of the copy may not be
displayed correctly because the unit cannot specify
the capacity of data to be copied.
step5.
Select “Execute.”
• The copy starts.
• To stop copy manually, select “Cancel” in the
progress screen. The data which has been copied
before cancelling is copied.
Copy Data to Copy 2 Drive/Set Copy 2 Drive
This item is used to copy the data to Copy 2 device by
specifying only the start point. The point is specified by the
date and time or the bookmark. The copy continues until
the end point of the recording data reaches or the media to
be copied becomes full unless the copy is stopped manually
(when “FIFO Overwrite” is set to “Off”). This function is
useful for making backup of the recording data.
• Before executing the copy, make sure that the Copy
2 device is connected and set in the <Add/Remove
HDD Device> and <Add/Remove DVD/CD Drive>
(System Menu Memory) correctly.
User Menu
2 Copy
step
4
step
3
steps
1, 2
2 Copy Data to Copy 2 Drive
• “Alarm” appears for “From Main” when “Alarm
Recording Area” (System Menu Memory Data
Management Setting for Main Memory Change
Partition Setting) is set to other than “0 %.”
• “LPA” appears for “From Main” when “Long Pre-Alarm
Area” (System Menu Memory Data Management
Setting for Main Memory Change Partition Setting)
is set to other than “0 %.”
1 + 2 Range of Copy
4 Set Copy 2 Drive
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step1.
Set the camera number to be copied.
• The button function changes between “All Off”
and “All On” each time you select this button.
You can switch on and off for all the cameras
easily by using this button.
• The picture is not copied when there is no
recorded picture of the set camera number or
time.
step2.
Select “Other settings” and then set the detailed
settings.
From Main: Sets the area which contains the data
to be copied. The available setting items are
“Normal,” “Alarm,” and “LPA.”
To Copy 2: Sets the group name to where the data
is copied. The available setting items are
“SerialBus,” “NAS,” “SCSI,” and “DVD/CD.”
Copy Data: Sets the data area to be copied. The
available setting items are “Alarm” and “All.”
Overwrite: Selects whether or not to overwrite the
existed data.
Auto Eject: Selects whether to eject media (CD/
DVD) automatically when the copy is over.
FIFO Overwrite: Selects whether to repeat
copying from the start point of the media by
overwriting the existed data, or to stop copying
when the capacity of the media becomes full during
copying. This setting is available only when the
copy destination is HDD or NAS.
• “Alarm” appears for “From Main” when “Alarm
Recording Area” (System Menu Memory
Data
Management Setting for Main Memory
Change
Partition Setting) is set to other than “0 %.”
• “LPA” appears for “From Main” when “Long Pre-Alarm
Area” (System Menu Memory Data Management
Setting for Main Memory Change Partition Setting)
is set to other than “0 %.”
• When copying the data to DVD and setting
“Overwrite” to “On,” the unit clears the existed data
of the disk before overwriting with new data. Note
that clearing the data takes about 30 to 40 minutes.
step3.
• When the copy is performed during recording, the
picture of the recording start and end points may not
be recorded.
• When the recording data of the main device which is
being copied is overwritten or about to be overwritten,
copy is stopped. Be careful for the copy which requires
long time such as overwriting copy of DVD.
• The progress bar of copy is not displayed for copy 2.
• The picture data is processed in 2 MB unit. Therefore
the data is copied in 2 MB unit from the start point of
the designated range when copying.
Copying the data of this unit to a video
cassette
This function is used to copy the data of this unit to a video
cassette using an analogue video cassette recorder. Data
can be copied even when the unit is in recording mode.
For the recording operation, see the instruction manual for
the analogue video cassette recorder used.
step1.
[Analogue video cassette recorder] Prepare the VCR
for recording.
• Set the input source of the VCR to the external
input.
step2.
[This unit] Display the picture in its format (single/
split) that you want to record.
step3.
[This unit] If needed, use the search function to
display the start position of copy.
step4.
[Analogue video cassette recorder] Start recording.
step5.
[This unit] Press the PLAY button to start playback.
step6.
To stop copying, press the STOP button on this unit
first. And then, stop the recording on the analogue
video cassette recorder.
• Only the picture displayed on the monitor screen can
be copied to the video cassette.
Set the start time of copy.
Start: Sets the start point of copy.
Continue: Starts copying from the end point of the
previous copy.
• To set the start point using the book mark, select
“Bookmark” and then select the desired book
mark number.
• To copy from the oldest recording time, select
“Copy Start Time.”
step4.
Select “Execute.”
• The copy starts.
• To stop copy manually, select “Cancel” in the
screen of <Copy Data to Copy 2 Drive>. The
data which has been copied before cancelling is
copied.
• The warning is displayed when the copied range
exceeds the available capacity of the device to be
copied when “FIFO Overwrite” is set to “Off” and copy
destination is HDD. In this case, set the copy setting
again with narrower copy range or use a copy device
with larger capacity.
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Copying the recorded data (continued)
Playback software
When copying the data to CD/DVD or USB memory, the
needed PC playback software is automatically copied on to
the disc. Refer to the following for using the software.
Playback
Click to playback the picture in
the forward direction.
Forward Search
Click to playback the picture in
the forward direction with a
higher speed than normal
playback. The speed changes
from X1 to X2, X4, X8 and back
to X1 at every press of this
button during playback.
System requirements
• OS: Microsoft Windows 2000 or Windows XP.
• CPU: IBM PC/AT compatible with an Intel Pentium
series processor of at least 500 MHz.
• RAM: 256 MB or more.
• Hard disk drive: System drive with unused space of at
least 200 MB.
• Display device: XGA (1024 pixels X 768 pixels) or
higher.
to
Camera
Starting up the application software
step1.
Load the CD/DVD/USB memory to the personal
computer which has been used for copy.
step2.
Double-click the icon of the disc to open.
step3.
Start up the application software.
Double-click the “FSM Player Lite.exe.” The application software starts up and the operation panel
appears.
When the picture cannot be loaded, use the [Folder]
command in the [File] menu to select the picture
folder to be played back.
Refresh Speed
Menu
Operational
Panel
Function
Rewind
Click to jump to the head of the
recording data.
Reverse Search
Click to playback the picture in
the reverse direction with a
higher speed than normal
playback. The speed changes
from X1 to X2, X4, X8 and back
to X1 at every press of this
button during reverse playback.
Reverse Playback Click to playback the picture in
the reverse direction.
Field Reverse
Click to display a still picture one
field before.
Stop
Click to stop playback. Audio, if
recorded, will be played back
after the stop when the audio
command has been enabled.
Field Advance
Click to display a still picture one
field after.
(This slider is displayed when
button located on the
the
lower right of the Camera button
is pressed.) Drag with the
mouse to adjust the playback
speed. When setting to “Fast,” it
may disrupt the operation
depending on the performance
of the personal computer used.
Use this setting with the proper
picture playback speed suitable
to the personal computer used.
The playback speed slider may
not be changed at a constant
interval when the data which is
additionally copied is played
back.
Operational panel
Button Command
(These buttons are displayed
when the
button located on
the lower right of the Forward
Search button is pressed.) Click
to display the picture of the
camera corresponding to the
number of the button. The
indicator turns green for the
camera number which is being
displayed, and it turns black for
the camera number which is not
being displayed. The picture is
not displayed even when the
indicator turns green if the data
has not been copied for that
camera number.
File menu
Command
Function
Convert
When clicking during the playback is stopped,
[Convert] screen appears. Specify the range
to be converted and the camera number, and
then press the [JPEG] or [AVI] button to
convert and save the picture data collectively.
Collective conversion requires adequate free
space in the physical memory and the hard
disk for temporary files (the system partition
and save drive). The limitations of available
memory space and hard disk space vary
depending on your operating conditions.
Perform conversion starting from a small file
that requires only several seconds to be
converted while checking the state of the
memory and the hard disk.
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Search menu
Grouping menu
Command
Function
Command
Function
Search
When clicking, the [Time Search] screen
appears. Specify the date and time to be
searched, and then click the [Search] button.
The picture of the specified time or around
such time appears. The search may not be
performed when the date and time information
of the recorded contents is not chronological
such as the data which is added to the
existing data.
Grouping Pattern
Operation menu
Command
Menus appearing with right button clicking
Function
For Playback, Stop, Reverse Playback, Forward Search,
Reverse Search, Field Advance, Field Reverse, or Rewind,
refer to the section of the “Operation panel.”
Audio
When clicking, the [Grouping
Pattern] screen appears. When
you click the [4 Multi], [6 Multi],
[9 Multi], [10 Multi], [13 Multi], or
[16 Multi], the split screen of the
selected pattern appears. Click
“Setting” to display the setting
screen to set the position of the
camera to be displayed in each
screen.
Select among channel 1 to 4 and put a check
mark to output audio while a medium containing recorded audio is played back. When
playback of such medium with audio is
stopped, the audio both prior to and subsequent to the frame at the stop position of
playback can be monitored. The audio is
played back for about 10 seconds. (The
playback time may vary depending on the
recording condition.)
Bookmark menu
• To use the following functions, click the right button
of the mouse on the screen to be operated. The
following functions are performed only for the clicked
screen.
During playback
Command
Function
Picture Size Refer to the section of the “View menu.”
Decode Level Refer to the section of the “View menu.”
During stopping playback
Command
Function
Copy
Click to copy the picture being displayed onto
the clipboard.
When clicking, the [Save As] screen appears.
You can save the picture being displayed as
either a Windows bitmap file (.bmp) or a
JPEG file (.jpg).
Command
Function
Save As
A-, B-
Click to register the current
playback position as Point A or
Point B to repeat playback
between those positions.
Picture Size Refer to the section of the “View menu.”
Repeat between A and B
Put a check mark to repeat
playback between Point A and
Point B you specified.
View menu
Command
Function
Decode Level Refer to the section of the “View menu.”
Print
When clicking, the [Print] screen appears.
After setting the [Margins], [Printer Settings...]
and other options, click [Print] button to print
the picture being displayed.
Picture Size When clicking, the options of [100%], [75%],
[50%], and [25%] appear. Pictures are
zoomed in or out according to the selected
magnification.
Decode Level When clicking, the options of [Fine], [Middle],
and [Rough] appear. When setting the decode
level to rough, the picture becomes rough and
the playback update speed becomes faster.
Title Bar
When clicking, the options of [Date Time],
[Alarm], and [Title] appear. Put a check mark
to the item to be displayed on the screen.
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Communications by Web Browser
Communications by Web Browser
The Web browser on the personal computer can capture
the pictures that have been recorded and live pictures from
the camera that is connected to this recorder. Also, some
of the recorder settings can be made via the personal computer.
Login
Start up the Microsoft Internet Explorer and log in.
1.
Start up the Microsoft Internet Explorer and enter the
address.
• The “[Login]” screen appears.
The personal computer product requirements
• OS: Microsoft Windows 98SE, Windows 2000,
Windows Me or Windows XP.
• CPU: IBM PC/AT compatible with an Intel Pentium series processor of at least 500 MHz.
• RAM: 256 MB or more.
• Hard disk drive: System drive with unused space of at
least 200 MB.
• Web Browser Soft: Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5 or later.
• Display device: XGA (1024 pixels x 768 pixels) or higher.
• Microsoft and Windows are registered trademarks of
the Microsoft Corporation in the US and other regions.
(The official name of Windows is Microsoft Windows
Operating System.)
All other company and product names appearing
herein are the property of their respective owners.
• Windows 98SE is an abbreviation of Microsoft
Windows 98 Second Edition.
• Windows 2000 is an abbreviation of Microsoft
Windows 2000 Professional.
• Windows Me is an abbreviation of Microsoft
Windows Millennium Edition.
• Windows XP is an abbreviation of Microsoft
Windows XP Home Edition/Professional.
2-1. (When logging in • • • )
First, enter the “User ID” and the “Password.” When
shipped from the factory, the user ID for the full-rights
user is “root,” and the password is “admin000,” the
user ID for the live user is “guest” and the password
is “guest.”
• More than one user can log in simultaneously using
the same user ID and password.
• However, there are restrictions depending on
authorization. The maximum number of users that can
be connected at the same time is 10.
2-2. Select “login” and then left-click or press ENTER.
• The “[Main Menu]” screen appears.
• The product requirement described above cannot
guarantee operations in all environments.
• Lack of compatibility between Web functions and the
PC peripheral driver may, in rare instances, result in
abnormal operation. If this happens, upgrade to the
newest version of Internet Explorer and try again.
Connections
• When making a direct connection between this unit and
a personal computer (hereinafter PC), use a cross cable, and when making a connection through a HUB, use
a straight cable.
• Refer to the PC instruction manual for instructions on
how to set the Web settings on the PC.
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3-1. (If you make an error in entering the user ID or
password • • • )
• The “[Caution]” screen appears.
3-2. Select “Login” and either left-click or press ENTER.
• The “[Login]” screen appears.
3-3. Follow the steps in step 2-1 and enter the correct “User
ID” and “Password.”
4-1. (If you do not log in • • • )
Select “If you won’t log in, please go to Logout.” and
left-click.
4-2. The message “Session ID removed from recorder &
browser. Please close the browser.” will be displayed.
Close the Web Browser at this point.
5-1. (To change password • • • )
The password can be changed in the “[Login]” screen
only by the user who has the authorization to change
a password. Follow the instructions in the menu and
enter the current “User ID” and “Password.”
5-2. Enter the new password in “New password” and again
in “New password (Confirmation).”
• The number of characters that can be used in
registering a password is 16. Both alphabet letters
and numbers can be used with a distinction made
between upper and lower case. You cannot use
spaces.
Main Menu
This is the screen for selecting, from “Main menu,” “Live
Monitoring” with which live pictures will be retrieved and
displayed, “Playback” with which pictures that have already
been recorded will be retrieved and displayed,
“Configuration Menu” which allows changes to the settings
of the recorder, “Logout” for ending a job, or “Change Login
User” for making a change in the logged-in user.
• Depending on the user’s authorization, there are
certain menus that cannot be selected.
• The transfer rate at communication changes
depending on the communication environment or
unit’s status. For stable communication, use this unit
with the proper picture transfer speed suitable to the
conditions of the communication line.
• The user’s session ID (connection data) will be lost
in 5 minutes from the final operation that includes
picture retrievals. If no operations are made within
that 5 minutes, no other operations can be made after
that so close the browser and then log in again.
• If the unit’s MAIN switch is “OFF,” live and recorded
pictures cannot be retrieved.
1.
Select the desired menu from “Main Menu” and leftclick.
5-3. To change to a new password, select “change” and
left-click or press ENTER. To cancel the change, select
“clear” and left-click or press ENTER.
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Communications by Web Browser (continued)
Live Monitoring
Retrieves live pictures and displays the pictures on the PC
screen.
1.
<Function description>
STOP
: Stops the retrieval of an picture.
GO
: Starts (or restarts) the retrieval of an
picture.
Display
: For selecting either the display or
non-display of a camera number.
Layout
: For selecting from the 12 types of
display patterns.
(default: 4(1-4) screen)
Camera
: Selects the camera number that you
want to display and check.
Transfer Rate
: Selects one of 5 stages from “Lo” to
“Hi” for picture retrieval speed.
(default: middle)
Save Layout
: The layout of the screen display is
registered to “Local PC.”
Main Menu
: Returns to the “Main Menu.”
Logout
: For logging out.
Select “Live Monitoring” and left-click.
• The “[Live]” screen appears.
• When picture acquisition is tried for the first time with
the Web browser of a personal computer, a message
as shown below will be displayed. Please click “Yes.”
• The sequence in which camera numbers have been
selected is displayed from the top left.
• When the unit is recording at the full rate (240 pps),
the picture supplied from the camera which is not used
for recording at that time is not updated.
• Setting “Transfer Rate” too far on “Hi” may present a
problem to the PC operations. This could be due to
the PC’s hardware/software performance you are
using. Please adjust the image transfer rate that best
meets your machine.
• Depending on the network capacity and the load
conditions, the transfer rate may be affected.
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Playback
Retrieves, plays back and searches for pictures that have
been recorded by the recorder.
1.
Select “Playback” and left-click.
• The “[Playback]” screen appears.
• The function of searching for recorded picture data is
effective only when the single-screen display has been
selected in the “Playback” menu. The function cannot
operate during picture data playback so to make a
search of any type first stop the playback.
• Time Search
Select the date and time and click “Search.”
• Alarm List Search
Click “Alarm List” and the “Alarm List Search” screen will
appear in the sub-screen.
2.
Press the
button to start playback.
<Function description>
: Press to start playback.
: Press to start speed search in the forward
direction at speeds of x2, x4, x8 and x16.
: Press to frame-by frame playback in the forward
direction.
: Press to start reverse playback.
: Press to start speed searches in the reverse direction at speeds of x2, x4, x8 and x16.
: Press to frame-by-frame playback in the reverse
direction.
: During playback or searching, press to stop
playback for still frame.
Device : Selects the HDD for playback and search.
(default: Normal)
1.
Set the desired date/time and number of alarm list
items to be acquired, and then click “Refresh” to
acquire the alarm list.
• The alarm list cannot be acquired without clicking
“Refresh.”
• Enter the needed number of alarm list items to be
acquired in “Alarm Cnt.” If number entered is too
large, it may take a long time to acquire the list or
the desired number of list items may not be acquired
depending on the recording condition.
2. Select the “No.” desired, and then click “Search.”
• The date, time, and the camera number for the picture
acquired are displayed in “Image Information.”
Clicking “Save Image” stores the picture that is freezeframe displayed in the PC in bit map format.
• The following searches can be selected in singlescreen display.
• Click “Prev(number)” for a search in the reverse
direction and click “Next(number)” for a search in
the forward direction.
Click “Refresh” again to re-acquire the “Alarm List,”
and click “Close” to hide the “Alarm List Search” menu.
Sensor : Check the desired sensor number to acquire
the alarm list items.
• Image Search
Click
to display the picture of the next alarm list item.
Click
to display the picture of the previous alarm list item.
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Communications by Web Browser (continued)
Configuration Menu
This is the screen for making some of the recorder settings.
1.
Select “Configuration Menu” in the “Main Menu”
screen.
• The “[Configuration Menu]” screen appears.
• Certain items cannot be selected depending on what
the user authorization is.
• “Configuration” authorization can be used by only one
user. From the time that a user logs in until that user
logs out and gives up authorization, any other user
that logs in is regarded as a user who does not have
“Configuration” authority.
• “Playback” authorization can only be used by one user.
From the time that a user logs in until that user logs
out and gives up authorization, any other user that
logs in is regarded as a user who does not have
“Playback” authority.
2-2. (To change settings • • • )
Select “change” and left-click. The “[Change
Confirmation]” screen will appear.
2-3. If you want to make the change, left-click “change.” If
you want to cancel a change, left-click “cancel.”
2.
Select the desired “Configuration Menu” and left-click.
• User Registration
This is the screen for changing the settings for registered
user authorization, and for deleting a registration. It can
also be used for registering new users.
1.
Select “User Registration” and left-click.
• The “[User Registration]” screen appears.
2-4. (When you have selected “change” • • • )
The “[Completed]” screen will appear, so then left-click
“User Registration.”
• The “[User Registration]” screen reappears.
2-5. (When you have selected “cancel” • • • )
• The “[User Registration]” screen reappears.
3-1. (To delete a registered user • • • )
Left-click on “remove” in the user ID that you want to
delete in “Change authorities of users.”
• The “[Remove Confirmation]” screen appears.
3-2. If you want to delete it, left-click “remove.” If you don’t
want to delete it, left-click “cancel.”
3-3. (If you have selected “remove” • • • )
The “[Completed]” screen will appear, so left-click
“User Registration.”
• The “[User Registration]” screen reappears.
3-4. (If you have selected “cancel” • • • )
• The “[User Registration]” screen reappears.
4-1. (To register a new user • • • )
2-1. (To change registered user settings • • • )
Select the user ID for changing the settings in the
“Change authorities of users” settings.
• Select the items that you want to change.
Enter the new user ID and new password in “Add New
User.”
4-2. Refer to step 2-1, select the “Authority” desired and
put a check mark.
<Authority>
Live Monitoring
: Allows viewing of live pictures. It is
a mandatory rank to be registered.
Playback
: Allows viewing of recorded pictures.
All Cameras
: Allows viewing of pictures from all
the cameras. (The picture of the
cameras set to “Off” in the covert
camera setting can be displayed.)
• A user ID with the same name cannot be registered.
The maximum number of characters that can be used
in registering a password is 16. Both alphabet letters
and numbers can be used with a distinction made
between upper and lower case. You cannot use
spaces.
Change Passwords : Allows changing of user’s password.
Configuration
: Allows viewing and editing of user
registration information.
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4-3. If you want to make a new registration, left-click
“register.” If you want to cancel a new registration, leftclick “clear.”
4-4. (If you have selected “register” • • • )
• Recorder Title & Camera Titles
This is the screen for setting or changing the recorder and
the camera titles.
1.
Select “Recorder Title & Camera Titles” and left-click.
• The “[Recorder Title & Camera Titles]” screen
appears.
It will be added to “Change authorities of users.”
4-5. (If you have selected “clear” • • • )
Clears the specified contents.
5-1. (To change the access method settings • • • )
Select the item to be changed in the “Access Mode
Setup.”
• Use SSL for Web Access:
Sets the level of the encoding function (SSL).
“No SSL”: Does not use the encoding function.
“Menus only”: Uses the encoding function for the
menus only.
“Menus + Pictures”: Uses the encoding function for
the menus and pictures.
• SSL Port Settings:
Sets the port number used for SSL communication.
• Band-Width Limit:
Controls the band width of the communication. The
available setting items are “No Limit,” “30Mbps,”
“20Mbps,” “10Mbps,” “7.5Mbps,” “5Mbps,” “3Mbps,”
“2Mbps,” “1Mbps,” “750kbps,” “500kbps,”
“300kbps,” “200kbps,” “100kbps.”
• When you use SSL, the following message appears.
Select “Yes” and then continue the operation.
2.
Enter the desired recorder or camera title to “New Text.”
• The recorder and the camera titles currently set are
shown in the “Current Text.”
3.
Select “change” and left-click.
• E-mail Setup
This is the screen for setting the information related to the
e-mail server or sender, and for setting the e-mail address
of the receiver.
1.
Select “E-mail Setup” and left-click.
• The “[E-mail Setup]” screen appears.
• Even if the “Use SSL for Web Access” is set to “Menus
+ Pictures,” the following message may appear when
displaying live or playback picture. It appears because
the communication without encoding is used to
download the ActiveX Control for displaying the
picture.
This message appears every time live or playback
picture is displayed. Select “Yes” when displaying the
live or playback picture.
In this case, the key-shaped icon which shows the
encode communication of the browser is not
displayed, however, communications of both of the
menu and picture are carried out with encoded.
5-2. Set the desired setting in “New Settings” and then
select “change” and left-click.
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Communications by Web Browser (continued)
2.
(When making the settings to send the e-mail • • •)
• Clock Setup
Input the desired settings for “SMTP Server (Host
Name or IP),” “POP Server (Host Name or IP),” “POP
User ID,” “POP User Password,” “DNS Server 1
Address,” “DNS Server 2 Address,” “From:,” and
“Recorder ID.”
This is the screen for setting the clock of the recorder via
PC.
1.
Select “Clock Setup” and left-click.
• The “[Clock Setup]” screen appears.
• The settings currently set are shown in the “Current
Settings.”
3.
To send the test e-mail, select “From Address Test
(send test mail)” and left-click.
4-1. (When setting the receiver’s address • • •)
Enter the desired e-mail address to “New Address.”
4-2. Set the contents to be transmitted from the recorder
to the PC.
• “Remain,” “Temp/Fan,” “Reboot,” “Record,” “Alarm,”
and “Sensor” settings can be set.
4-3. Select whether to activate or inactivate the e-mail
address you have set.
• When a check mark is put to “Active” column, the
selected email address becomes active.
4-4. Select “set” and left-click.
2-1. (When setting the clock using “Clock Setup” • • •)
4-5. Select “send” to send the test e-mail.
Set “Month,” “Date,” “Year,” “Hour,” “Min.,” “Sec.,” “Time
Zone” to the desired time.
• NAS Setup
This is the screen for making the settings to connect to the
NAS server, and for mounting or removing the NAS server.
1.
2-2. Select “set” and left-click.
3.
Select “NAS Setup” and left-click.
(When setting the clock using “Synchronize with PC’s
clock” • • •)
When you want the clock of the recorder to be
synchronized with the PC clock, select “Synchronize
with PC’s clock” and left-click.
• The “[NAS Setup]” screen appears.
• The clock of the recorder is set to the same time as
the PC clock.
• When using this function on the timing that the year,
month, day, hour, or minute is changed, check the
clock after synchronizing with the PC clock.
4.
(When setting the daylight saving time function • • •)
Select “No” when you do not want to use the daylight
saving time function.
Select “Auto” to use the daylight saving function.
• When selecting “Auto,” set the desired time period
for activating the daylight saving time function and
then select “set.”
2.
Input the desired settings for “IP Address” and
“Directory.”
3.
Select “set” and left-click.
4.
(When removing the NAS server • • •)
Select “remove” and left-click.
5.
(When execute the mount test • • •)
Select “test” and left-click.
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Logout
Change Login User
In this screen, assign “Logout” settings to end the job.
This screen is for changing the logged in user.
1.
1.
Select “Logout” and left-click.
•
2.
The “[Logout]” screen appears.
Select “Change Login User” and left-click.
• The “[Login]” screen appears.
Close the Web Browser.
2-1. (To change the logged in user • • • )
• If the browser is closed incorrectly (not logging out
correctly), the user’s session ID will be saved for 5
minutes. If the Log in is made with the same user ID
within that 5 minutes, operation limits may take effect.
In the “Login (or change login user)” settings, execute
step 2-1 and 2-2 in “ Login” and change the logged
in user.
• The logged in user is changed and the “Main Menu”
screen appears.
2-2. (To log in without changing the user • • • )
Select “Return” button on the browser and left-click.
2-3. (To log out • • • )
Select “If you won’t log in, please go to Logout.” and
left-click.
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Troubleshooting
INSTALLATION
If problems with the unit persist even after you’ve followed the suggestions below, please disconnect the power cord and
contact the retailer from whom you purchased the unit.
Description of problem
Please consult the following
The unit does not be
turned on.
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Power is on, but the unit
does not operate.
Pictures are not appearing
on the monitor.
The quality of the monitor
picture is poor.
The unit does not start
recording.
RECORDING
The unit does not stop
recording.
The unit does not repeat
the recording.
The unit does not perform
timer recording.
The unit does not perform
alarm recording.
Is the power cord properly plugged in?
Is the LOCK indicator light on?
Is the TIMER indicator light on?
Is the MAIN switch on the rear of the unit set to “OFF” ?
Is the LOCK indicator light on?
Is the POWER indicator flashing? (The unit cannot be operated
while the POWER indicator is flashing.)
• The safety features may be in operation.
Reset the unit by pressing the RESET button on the rear panel
using a ballpoint pen or similar object, and then turn the power
on again.
• Are the monitor and camera(s) connected correctly?
• Is the unit receiving an input signal from the selected camera?
Check this by displaying the SPLIT16 screen.
• Is the connecting cord connected correctly?
• Is the camera’s focus adjusted correctly?
• Is the repeat recording setting for "Normal Recording Area," "Alarm
Recording Area," or "LPA Recording Area" (System Menu Memory
Data Management Setting for Main Memory) set to "Repeat Off" ?
• The recording starts after the time set for recording rate is
passed.
Was the unit stopped during that time?
• Is the LOCK indicator light on?
• During normal recording, alarm recording, and emergency
recording, press the REC/STOP button for more than 2 seconds.
• Is timer recording in progress?
To stop timer recording, press the TIMER button for more than 2
seconds.
• Is the repeat recording setting for "Normal Recording Area," "Alarm
Recording Area," or "LPA Recording Area" (System Menu Memory
Data Management Setting for Main Memory) set to "Repeat On" ?
• Are the date and current time set accurately?
• Are the recording start-/end-times and the recording rate set
correctly?
• Is the repeat recording setting for "Normal Recording Area," "Alarm
Recording Area," or "LPA Recording Area" (System Menu Memory
Data Management Setting for Main Memory) set to "Repeat Off" ?
• Is the recording rate for alarm recording set to “– – –”?
• Is the recordable capacity for alarm recording area full?
• Is the unit in timer recording stand-by mode?
(Is the TIMER indicator light on?)
• Are the peripheral switches, etc., connected correctly?
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PERIPHERAL RECORDING DEVICE PLAYBACK
Description of problem
Please consult the following
The unit does not perform
playback.
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The copy device does not
respond.
The camera cannot be
controlled via this unit.
The unit does not perform
the motion detection
function.
OTHERS
The unit cannot be
controlled via the personal
computer.
There is a camera number
with a blue screen during
split screen display.
Button operation is not
working.
Cameras cannot be
switched with the
camera number buttons.
Menus cannot be set.
Is the LOCK indicator light on?
Has the data been erased?
Is the correct playback device selected?
Has the recording medium been inserted correctly into the unit?
Is the unit currently in the middle of loading the recording
medium?
• Is the correct playback device selected?
• Has the recording medium's write-protect been removed?
• Is the power supply of peripheral recording device set ON?
• Is the termination set correctly? (SCSI device only.)
• Is the copy device registered in the <Add/Remove HDD Device>
and <Add/Remove DVD/CD Drive> (System Menu Memory)?
• Is the camera to be controlled connected correctly?
• Is the <PTZ Setting> menu set correctly?
• Is trigger for alarm recording of the camera number for which the
motion detection function to be executed set to “External” ?
• Is the alarm recording rate of the camera number for which the
motion detection function is executed set to “– – –”?
• Is the value set in “Motion Threshold” of the <Motion Det> menu
larger than that of “Motion Mask Settings” ?
• Is the detection area set correctly?
• Is the <COM/LAN> menu set correctly ?
• Are the unit and the personal computer connected correctly ?
• Is there a defect in the connecting cable ?
• Is the proper connecting cable being used ?
• The screen of camera number with no video signal input
appears blue even when setting for operation.
• Is the POWER indicator flashing?
(The unit cannot be operated when the POWER indicator is
flashing.)
• Is the LOCK indicator light on?
• Is the menu screen being displayed?
Camera number buttons cannot be used when the menu screen
is displayed.
• When OUTPUT B is selected, the cursor of the mouse is
displayed, however, the menu screen is not displayed and
cannot be set. The menus can be set only when the OUTPUT A
is selected.
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Warnings and CALL OUT output
Warnings and their appropriate countermeasures
#1 Options in the CALL OUT output column:
• Selectable: Selects to output CALL OUT signal or not on the menu screen.
• Fixed: Outputs CALL OUT signal from the CALL OUT terminal regardless of the menu setting.
• None: Does not output CALL OUT signal, but displays a warning on the screen.
• The warning display appears when the HELP button is pressed during “ALERT” is displayed on the screen. The
contents of last 16 warnings are stored and can be displayed. The contents older than those are cleared and output
of CALL OUT is cancelled. CALL OUT signal output can be stopped by pressing the E button or clicking “Clear
Warning” while displaying the warning display.
Warning Display
The remaining capacity of Normal Area
in Main device has become less than **%.#2
The remaining capacity of Alarm Area
in Main device has become less than **%.#2
The remaining capacity of LPA Area
in Main device has become less than **%.#2
The remaining capacity of Copy 2 disk
has become less than **%.#2
The remaining capacity of Normal Area
in Main device has become 0%.
The remaining capacity of Alarm Area
in Main device has become 0%.
The remaining capacity of LPA Area
in Main device has become 0%.
The remaining capacity of disc in Copy 1
drive has become 0%.
The remaining capacity of disc in Copy 2
drive has become 0%.
Copy data size error.
Check the range of copy data or the disk
space of copy media.
Copy media error.
Cannot copy the data.
Check the copy device.
No disk.
The drive has no disk or wrong type of disk.
Put a proper disk into the drive.
The remaining capacity of disc in Copy 1
drive has become 0%.
Put a new disc into the drive.
The remaining capacity of disc in Copy 2
drive has become 0%.
Put a new disc into the drive.
#2 : The value depends on the setting.
#3 : Log number for Recording
#4 : Log number for Restore
#5 : Log number for COPY 1
#6 : Log number for COPY 2
Countermeasure
• Copy data as necessary.
Cancelling Log number CALL OUT
output
the warning
#1
Click "Clear
Warning" or
press the E
button.
LOG1200
Selectable
LOG1201
LOG1202
LOG7200
• When the warning is
cancelled, the unit will start
over-writing the oldest data
remaining in the hard disk
drive.
• Copy data as necessary.
• Replace media if necessary.
• Set the copy/restore range
again.
• Replace with new media.
Click "Clear
Warning" or
press the E
button.
LOG1100#3
LOG4100#4
LOG1101#3
LOG4101#4
LOG1102
Selectable
None
Selectable
None
Selectable
Click "Clear
Warning" or
press the E
button.
Click "Clear
Warning" or
press the E
button.
Click "Clear
Warning" or
press the E
button.
LOG3100
None
LOG7100
Selectable
• Check media in recording
device. (Insert the media if
there is none.)
• Check whether it is writeprotect by media. Cancel
protection if it is protected.
• After peripheral recording
device and the unit power off a
power supply, reboot in order
of peripheral recording device
and the unit.
• After peripheral recording
device and the unit power
off a power supply, check a
cable and termination
(for SCSI device only).
• Insert the disc.
Click "Clear
Warning" or
press the E
button.
• Replace the disc.
Click "Clear
Warning" or
press the E
button.
LOG3701#5 None
LOG7701#6
LOG4701#4
LOG3702#5 None
LOG7702#6
LOG4702#4
LOG3703#5 None
LOG7703#6
LOG4703#4
LOG3704#5 None
LOG7704#6
#7 : (The following numbers are in
)
01 : CH 1 02 : CH 2 03: CH 3
04 : CH 4 05 : CH 5 06 : CH 6
07 : CH 7 08 : CH 8 09 : CH 9 10 : CH 10 11 : CH 11 12 : CH 12
13 : CH 13 14 : CH 14 15 : CH 15 16 : CH 16
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Countermeasure
Warning Display
No Camera Signal
Camera signal is lost or distorted.
Please check the camera and cable
connection.
• Check whether the unit
and camera are properly
connected, and that electri
-city is on.
• Check whether the video
signal is being properly
outputted.
• Check to see if there is a
camera set for operation
with no video signal input.
Cancelling Log number CALL OUT
output
the warning
#1
Stop recording. LOG54
Output video
signals.
Click "Clear
Warning" or
press the E
button.
It can use as it is though a slight error
occurred.
• Continue the operation
when there is no abnormality.
• When the error occurs
continuously, check the
HDD/media, cable and
termination and restart the unit.
System suspended due to unstable
• Restart the unit.
Click "Clear
processing. Recording will be resumed.
Warning" or
HDD
was disconnected.
press the E
System suspended due to unstable processing.
button.
Start operation again.
The alteration part is found in the data.
Recorder detected technical problems
on the device.
The recorder has been rebooted. The problem
is not critical, but check the recorder.
• Check the unit.
Internal temperature is getting too high,
check the ventilation of the recorder.
• Turn off the power and
change the installation
condition.
Internal temperature is getting too high,
stop the operation of the recorder
immediately.
• Turn off the power and
change the installation
condition.
The fan of the recorder needs to be checked.
• Turn off the power and
stop using.
Copying data stopped because of new record
overwrites the old data.
• Stop HDD recording to
continue copy/archive.
New record will soon overwrite the old data
in copying.
Stop the recording, if you want to continue the
copying.
(none)
• Stop HDD recording to
continue copy/archive.
• Stop copy/archive to
continue HDD recording.
• Restarts by watchdog
operation.
#8 : 14
: Recording 24
: Playback
34
: Copy 1
44
: Restore
74
: Copy 2
(The following numbers are in
)
00 : A (Internal) 01 : B (Internal) 02 : C (Internal)
03 : D (Internal) 10 to 26 : USB (External)
30 to 35 : SCSI (External) 40 to 47 : NAS (External)
#7 Fixed
Click "Clear
Warning" or
press the E
button.
Click "Clear
Warning" or
press the E
button.
Click "Clear
Warning" or
press the E
button.
Click "Clear
Warning" or
press the E
button.
Click "Clear
Warning" or
press the E
button.
Lower the
temperature.
Click "Clear
Warning" or
press the E
button.
Rotate the fan.
Click "Clear
Warning" or
press the E
button.
Click "Clear
Warning or
press the E
button.
LOG13
LOG23
LOG33
LOG43
LOG73
#8 None
#8
#8
#8
#8
LOG14
#8 Fixed
LOG24
LOG34
LOG44
LOG74
LOG55
#8 None
#8
#8
#8
#7 None
LOG6200
Fixed
LOG5100
Fixed
LOG5200
Fixed
LOG5201
Fixed
LOG5300
Fixed
LOG3500#3 None
LOG7500#4
LOG3600#3 None
LOG7600#4
LOG5101
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Regarding LOG1400: Displays during recording. The system shuts down once and then
resumes recording. (The error HDD is automatically deleted from the registration for the
recording device. The recording is continued until all the registered HDDs are used up.)
Regarding LOG24 to 74: Displays during copying or playback. The playback or copy
stops because the system shuts down. Carry out playback or copy again.
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