Mitsubishi Electric DX-TL5000E Setup guide

QUICK START GUIDE
DX-TL4509E
DX-TL4516E
.
DX-TL5000E
Quick SETUP GUIDE FOR DX-TL5000E
Contents
Introduction................................................................................................................................................. 2
DX-TL5000E Front View: .................................................................................................................... 2
DX-TL5000E Back View:..................................................................................................................... 2
Jog/Shuttle Control:............................................................................................................................. 2
Before Powering the Unit ON: .................................................................................................................... 3
Various Recording Functions ..................................................................................................................... 4
st
1 Time Power Up & SETUP Wizard: ................................................................................................. 6
SETUP WIZARD Screens ................................................................................................................... 6
Start Recording......................................................................................................................................... 11
Menu structure .................................................................................................................................. 11
MOTION ALARM RECORDING ............................................................................................................... 12
Changing Motion Area....................................................................................................................... 13
Operation Example Motion Detection ....................................................................................................... 15
Programming Motion Detection ................................................................................................................ 15
Testing Programming............................................................................................................................ 20
Operation Example Timer Recording ....................................................................................................... 22
Pattern B Recording .......................................................................................................................... 24
Motion B Settings .............................................................................................................................. 26
TIMER Programming......................................................................................................................... 27
Connecting 2 DX-TL5000 together (CASCADE) ...................................................................................... 31
Programming Cascade Contention ....................................................................................................... 31
Network Configuration LAN B................................................................................................................... 33
Default IP settings ............................................................................................................................. 33
Remote connections and Network Bandwidth limits.......................................................................... 35
PTZ CAMERAS ........................................................................................................................................ 36
EXTERNAL Storage Features.................................................................................................................. 38
Password Settings.................................................................................................................................... 39
Disk management password................................................................................................................. 41
Multiplex Setting Overview ....................................................................................................................... 43
Multiplexer Setting ................................................................................................................................ 44
Alarm Display Setting ........................................................................................................................ 44
Covert Camera Setting...................................................................................................................... 45
Menu Data (Saving Settings).................................................................................................................... 46
Save Settings .................................................................................................................................... 46
Load Settings .................................................................................................................................... 47
Firmware Upgrade.................................................................................................................................... 48
DX-TL5000E Optional Parts ..................................................................................................................... 49
1
Introduction
The following procedure will allow you to quickly configure the DX-TL5000E. Please read this
document before you turn the unit on or make any changes. Additional information is found in
the Installer’s Manual
DX-TL5000E Front View:
1. Power Indicator
Indicator
4. Com Indicator
Indicator
7. Lock Indicator
Ind.
10. Copy Ind.
13. SPLIT Screen
16. Output A/B Button
19. Shuttle Ring
11. Copy 2 Ind.
14. Sequence Button
17. Disk Loading Slot
20. Jog Dial Ring
22.
25.
28.
31.
23. Analogue Out
26. SETUP Button
29. LOCK Button
32. DIGITAL ZOOM
Power Button
Help Button
TIMER
BOOKMARK
2.
Remote Jack
3. Access
5.
Alarm Indicator
6. Timer
8.
Motion Det. Ind.
9. Pre-Alarm
12. REC/STOP
15. PTZ Button
18. LCD Display
21. Camera 1-16
24.
27.
30.
33.
USB Port
SEARCH
TRIPLEX
OPERATIONS
DX-TL5000E Back View:
1. Main Power Switch 2. AC Power Socket
3.Camera Inputs
4. Video Output
5. Video CASCADE In/Out Connectors
6. USB Ports
7. LAN Port A (NAS device), Port B for
PC
8. Audio Inputs
9. Keyhole for antitheft Lock
10. Option Slot
11.GRN Terminals
12.RS-232 Port
13. Alarm In/Out Term.14. Reset Button
15.I/O Terminals
16. RS-485 In/Out
17.RS-422/RS23
Jog/Shuttle Control:
Playback Speed Control Only – Turning the Shuttle (outside ring) Clock Wise
or Counter Clock Wise (CW/CCW) will change the playback speed. When in
Pause mode, the Shuttle is also used to set the desired playback speed. From
Pause turn the Shuttle to the desired Playback speed and press Pause to hold
the speed. Play to exit
2
Before Powering the Unit ON:
Before you turn on the DVR and begin SETUP, ensure that all cameras and peripheral devices
are connected and turned on. This will ensure that all connected cameras and hard disk space
is available and recognized in the setup calculations.
Please Note:
This Quick Setup Guide has been written around the DX-TL5000E DVR.
It can be used for the DX-TL4516 and DX-TL4509, but some of the listed features are
not supported.
The DX-TL4516/09 does not support the following functions;
Cascade connections
Optional SCSI interface, XGA output and Audio card.
NAS support.
The Recording Rate for the system is 100pps.
3
Various Recording Functions
4
5
st
1 Time Power Up & SETUP Wizard:
When the DVR is Turned On for the first time a SETUP WIZARD is made available to help you quickly setup
required areas like current time, hard disk configuration, recording requirements and checking for connected
cameras. Once done, you can start recording. All settings can be modified after you exit the wizard enabling
you to fine tune the DVR. When the SETUP WIZARD is displayed, select “GO” if you want to go through the
process, if you do not want to use it select “QUIT”. Also, if you choose to use the WIZARD, you must
complete the process before you can exit its settings.
Following are the steps that the WIZARD takes you though
SETUP WIZARD Screens
Start Screen.
Language Selection.
(900 000 000) Select D on front panel or use a USB
Mouse and click on Go >
(901 000 000) Select Language
Press D Next
6
1 Date and Time.
2 Daylight Saving.
(902 000 000) Set Time and Date
Use Cam buttons 14 & 16 to navigate and camera
Numbers to change the values.
(902 000 000) Press A Auto
Press C Set
3 Daylight Saving Date and Times.
4 Hard Disk Drives Connection.
(902 C00 000) Confirm Details are correct for your region. (903 000 000) Normally Internal if you are
Press E Return
using just the internal HDD.
Press 2 Settings
5 Hard Disk Drives Connection.
6 Internal HDD settings.
(903 200 000)
(903 210 000) Normally settings Main: **
** is the HDD number.
Press 1 Settings
This screen also displays the size of the HDD
the above example is 1.25TB
7
INTENTIONALLY BLANK
8
7
8
Press E Return
Press E Return
9 HDD Connection
10 HDD Configuration.
(903 000 000) Press D Next
(904 000 000) Set to Normal if not using Alarm
Press D Next
Partition
11 Camera Check.
12 Camera Detection.
(905 000 000)
Press D Next
(906 000 000)
Press C Execute
This will display the connected cameras
Press D Next
9
13 Recording Cycle.
14
(907 000 000) Set the Recording Cycle
Example Press 1 to 14 Days, & Quality
Press 2 to 24 Hours
Press C Execute
15 Camera recording settings.
16 Camera recording settings overview.
(908 000 000) Calculated Recoding Rate
Press 5 View
(908 500 000) The settings are calculated
based on the Recording Cycle values.
Press E Return
18
17
(908 000 000) Press D Next
Note: If required please change Recording Rate
and Picture Grade etc.
(909 000 000)
10
Press D Finish
Start Recording
Press the REC/STOP button.
• The REC/STOP button lights up and recording starts.
To stop recording, press the REC/STOP button for more than 2 seconds.
• Recording stops and the light turns off.
Menu structure
•
To ACTIVATE the MENU simply press the SETUP button on the DVR or if a mouse is being used (connected
to a USB port) left click the mouse and the DVR menu screen will be displayed. The User Menu screen will be
displayed first. To go to the next screen press the letter “D” on the front panel or with the mouse click on “NEXT”.
User Menu
Setup Menu
(100 000 000)
(200 000 000)
System Menu
(300 000 000)
11
MOTION ALARM RECORDING
The Instructions for the SETUP Wizard have configured the DX TL5000E to record continuous; below
we will now cover how to program Motion Alarm Recording.
SETTING MOTION DETECTION AREA:
Two patterns independent from each other are available.
Pattern A and Pattern B.
Motion A Configuration
Setup Menu
(200 000 000) Select 3 Motion Det
Select 1 Set Motion Detection Pattern A
Motion A Configuration
11
Camera Select – Selects camera to be
configured for motion.
A
Motion Mask Settings – Select and SET
settings:
Set to Default (as above)
Enable All
Disable All
Manual
(231 000 000)
B
Sensitivity – Select Sensitivity to change
is needed to activate motion (for any of the set areas if multiple areas have been activated).
C
Motion Threshold – Select number of squares which
D
Reference Interval Time – Select time of how often the area set to motion will be sampled
13
Test Mode – Select Test Mode to test the set area. The colour of the dot detecting motion
changes.
14
Copy Motion B – This copies Motion B settings into the current Motion A settings.
12
Changing Motion Area
Red area is active and Blue area is inactive.
(When setting by the mouse:)
• To set the area one by one, left-click the desired
area. The area switches between active and
inactive each time you click the mouse.
• To set the multiple areas at a time, right-click the
start point of the active area (to cancel to set the
start point, left-click on the start point), and then
right-click again on the end point. The frame of
the designated area displays in yellow and the
areas being set become colour less. The area
switches between active and inactive each time
you left-click the mouse in the selected area. The
setting is completed with right-clicking on the area
outside of the designated areas after determining
active/inactive.
(When setting by the front panel buttons:)
• To set the area one by one, press M-DET AREA SET
UP (camera number 13) button and select the desired area using
buttons, and then press the M-
DET DOT ON/OFF (camera number 9) button.
The area switches between active and inactive each time you press the button.
• To set the multiple areas at a time, press M-DET
AREA SET UP button and select the start point Using
buttons, and then press M-DET
AREA SET UP button again. To select the end point, use
buttons and then press M-DET
AREA SET UP button. The frame of the designated area displays in yellow and the area switches between
active and inactive each time you press the M-DET DOT ON/OFF button.
The setting is completed by pressing the M-DET AREA SET UP button again after determining active/
inactive.
The motion detection of this unit works by detecting the changes of brightness. So, the malfunction
due to the change of the lightning or sunlight may occur, or motion detection does not function on
the conditions such as the colours of the background and the clothes are the same.
Be sure to test Motion Detection function sufficiently.
13
Note: When change is detected continuously, some functions such as setting change are not available
because alarm recording is also continuously performed. In this case, motion detection function can be
forcibly stopped for five minutes by setting the
“Alarm Input” option 6 in the Recording Setting menu to “Off.”
You can change the settings by stopping recording during this time.
This stopping is automatically released five minutes after the operation, and registered in the system log list.
(211 000 000)
To cancel the prohibition of alarm input manually, set option 6 to “On.”
Please refer to Page 59 of the DX-TL5000E for more information.
14
Operation Example Motion Detection
Background Recording all cameras Recording Super Resolution @ 0.125pps 24hrs X 7days.
Motion Recording Super Resolution @ 6.25pps 24hrs X 7days.
Pre Alarm time 2 seconds, Post Alarm time 5 seconds.
Note: Changes to Recording Settings can not be changed while the DX-TL5000E is Recording.
1st STOP RECORDING
To stop recording, press the REC/STOP button for more than 2 seconds.
• Recording stops and the light turns off
Press SET UP or left click USB mouse button connected to front of the unit.
Programming Motion Detection
1 Setup Menu
(200 000 000) Select 1 Recording
3 Recording Setting A (Normal/Timer)
2. Recording Settings
Select 1 Set Recording Pattern A (Normal/Timer)
(211 000 000) Select 2 to Manual
15
4 Recording Setting A (Normal/Timer)
5 Recording Setting A (Manual)
(211 000 000) Select D Set
(211 2MD 000) Set Recording Rate 0.125
for all cameras
Select D View
6 Recording Setting A-Normal
7 Recording Setting A-Normal (Manual)
(211 2MD D00) Confirm settings are correct
Select E Return
(211 2MD 000)
8 Recording Setting A (Normal/Timer)
9 Recording Setting A- Alarm
(211 000 000) Select 3 Alarm Recording Menu
Select E Return
Select 1 to Manual
16
INTENTIONALLY BLANK
17
10 Recording Setting A- Alarm
11 Recording Setting A- Alarm (Manual)
(211 300 000) Select D Set
Change settings
12 Recording Setting A- Alarm (Manual)
13 Recording Setting A- Alarm
(211 3MD 000)
(211 3MDD00)
1 Camera numbers
3 Recording Rate 6.25
4 Picture Grade Super
Select D View
Check Settings
Select E Return
14 Recording Setting A- Alarm (Manual)
15 Recording Setting A- Alarm
(211 3MD 000) Select E Return
(211 300 000)
Select 3 change to Alarm Plus, E Return
18
16 Recording Setting A- Alarm
17
(211 300 000) Select 4 Pre-Alarm time to 2 sec
(211 300 000) Select E Return
18 Recording Setting A (Normal/Timer)
19 Alarm Trigger Setting A
(211 000 000) Select 5 Alarm Trigger In/Out
(211 500 000) Select 2 Change to MD-A for all
cameras
Select 1 to change sensor number
Select D View
NOTE: When MD-A is turned ON the DVR
will start Recording, turn Alarm Input 6 to Off
so you can continue to change settings.
20 Alarm Trigger Setting A
21
(211 5D0 000)
(211 500 000)
Select E Return
19
Select E Return
22
To Start Recording
Press the REC/STOP button.
• The REC/STOP button lights up and recording starts.
.
Turn Alarm Input 6 to On, then Press E Return
.
Press E Exit
Press E Exit FINISHED PROGRAMING
Testing Programming.
It is Highly Recommended that the cameras programmed for Motion Recoding, are walk
tested to activate the Motion detection.
Confirm that your setting have recorded what is required.
Use playback to check recording pps and image quality settings.
20
NOTES
21
Operation Example Timer Recording
• Set Recording Pattern A (Normal/Timer)
from 08:00 to 18:00 on Monday to Friday.
• Set Recording Pattern B (Timer) from
18:00 to 08:00 (alarm recording
operation : motion detection B) on
Monday to Friday.
• Set Recording Pattern B (Timer) Saturday and Sunday.
Recording settings Pattern A 2.5 pps Super
Pattern B Motion 4.167 pps Super
RECORDING Over view:
This feature is the hart of the DVR and it’s very flexible.
Record Pattern A to D
The DVR can be set to REC in one of two modes:
Pattern A – Normal or Regular REC. method.
Once the various parameters have been set, pressing the
RECORD button will place the DVR in REC. mode.
Pattern B-D – These REC. patterns are used when the unit is programmed to REC. in TIMER (scheduled)
mode only.
Enter System Menu
(100 000 000) Press Set up then D Next
(200 000 000) Press 1 Recording
Press 1 Set Recording Pattern A
Press 2 Easy Press D Set
NOTE: Turn Recording OFF so you can
change settings, if Alarm Recording via
Motion you will have to turn the Alarm Input to
OFF then stop recording.
22
5 Rec Setting A-Normal (Easy)
6
(211 2ED 000) Set 2 to 2.5pps
Set 3 to Super
Press D Execute
7
8
(211 2ED D00) Press E Return
Note: All cameras are enabled go back to
option 2 Manual D Set, to recording rate of
cameras to --- (not recoding).
9
10
(211 000 000) Press D View
23
11 Recording Setting A-Normal
Confirm settings for connected cameras
Pattern A Set to 2.5pps Super
Press E Return X 3 times
Pattern B Recording
2 Recording Setting B (Timer)
1
Press 2 Set Rec Pattern B
(212 000 000) Press 2 Easy Press D Set
3 Recording Setting B-Normal (Easy)
4
(212 2ED 000) Press 2 to --- no recording
Press D Execute
Press E Return twice
24
5 Recording Setting B (Timer)
6 Recording Setting B-Alarm (Easy)
(212 000 000) Press Alarm Rec 3 Setting
Press 2 set to 4.167, Press 3 Super
7
8
Press D Execute
Press E Return X 3
9
10 Alarm Trigger Setting B
Press 5 Alarm Trigger Setting
Change 2 Trigger to MD-B for all cameras
Press D View
25
11 Alarm Trigger Setting B
Check settings,
Press E Return X 3
Motion B Settings
SETTING MOTION DETECTION AREA:
Two patterns independent from each other are available.
Pattern A and Pattern B.
Motion B Configuration
Setup Menu
(200 000 000) Select 3 Motion Det
Select 2 Set Motion Detection Pattern B
Motion B Configuration
See Page 12 for more details on Motion Configuration
26
TIMER Programming
Setup Menu
(200 000 000) Press 2 Timer
Press 2 Configure Timer Program 1
Set the timer programming as follows
Program Line 1
Press 13 to Everyday
Enter times 00:00 – 00:00
Press A Program mode Record B
Press B Motion Detection Active
Press C Special Day Monday
Press D Special Day Friday
Press 11 Program Line 2
Press 13 to Special
Enter times 08:00 – 18:00
Press A Program mode Record A
Press B Motion Detection Inactive
Special Day Monday to
Special Day Friday
Press E Return
27
Press 1 Program Selection and Program Overview
(221 000 000)
Press 2 Overview
Confirm time and dates are correct for
Rec A, Rec B profiles
Record A Monday to Friday 08:00 – 18:00
Record B Monday to Friday 18:00 – 08:00
Record B Saturday and Sunday
Press E Return X 4 times to exit the Menu
Activate the Timer; press the TIMER button on the front panel of the unit.
• The TIMER indicator lights up.
• The power turns off and the unit switches to the timer recording stand-by mode. If the present
time is within the programmed time period, for the timer recording. The timer recording starts.
• Timer recording and timer recording stand-by mode can be cancelled by pressing the TIMER
button again for more than 2 seconds.
28
If Recording does not start, there could be an error in the settings. To prevent such errors for timer recording,
this unit notifies errors using methods shown below. If there is an error in the settings, please take the
necessary procedures shown below.
The referred page numbers are from the DX-TL5000E install manual.
Notes on Timer Programming
1. Up to 8 program lines can be set in one program number.
2. When the recording period of 2 or more programs are overlapped, the higher-numbered program is
given priority.
3. When the alarm trigger is set to “External,” the motion detection recording is not available in the
timer recording even if the motion detection is set to “Active” in timer setting.
4. When the trigger for alarm recording is set to “External & MD-A” or “External & MD-B,” and the
motion detection for timer setting is set to “Inactive,” the recording is not started even when the
ALARM IN terminal is grounded.
29
NOTES
30
Connecting 2 DX-TL5000 together (CASCADE)
Up to 16 DX-TL5000’s can be connected together to create a 256 camera system (see diagram page 32)
Programming Cascade Contention
Enter the System Menu:
Press the SET UP Button on the front of the DVR
From the User Menu screen (000 000 000), press the D
NEXT button twice to display the
SYSTEM MENU (300 000 000).
(300 000 000) Press 1 COM/LAN
RS485 Cascade Connection Settings
Press 2 RS-485 Cascade Setting.
(312 000 000) Press 1 to Cascade
Standalone: Does not perform the cascade function.
Cascade: Performs the cascade function.
CASCADE Settings – This feature is used to control more
than one DVR from a Master DVR.
Up to 16 DVR’s can be cascaded together.
From the master DVR you can view video and control any
DVR down the chain.
ٛ
ٛ
Press E Return, then E Exit twice to exit SET UP.
31
1.
Select the CASCADE connection mode
2.
Select the DVR address, Slaves are from
ID:01 to 16.
Note: Last DVR
must have the
RS485 bus
terminated.
32
Network Configuration LAN B
Rear Network connections of DX-TL5000
The LAN B connection is used to network the
DVR for remote access via the inbuilt Web Server
or PC55 and PC200 software from a remote PC.
Default IP settings
IP address
192.168.000.100
Sub Net Mask
255.255.255.000
To change the settings enter the System Menu:
Press the SET UP Button on the front of the DVR
From the User Menu screen (000 000 000), press the D
NEXT button twice to display the
SYSTEMS MENU (300 000 000).
(300 000 000) Press 1 COM/LAN
Press 3 LAN B (Communication) Setting
LAN B Settings
LAN B Settings – This is the setting used to setup the
communication protocol between the DVR and your network.
ٛ
1.
Enter the STATIC IP Address, Sub Net Mask
and Gateway of the DVR. Work with the IT
Administrator, in charge of the network to get
this information.
ٛ
ٛ
2.
Service Ports – Leave at factory settings
unless IT person wants to make changes to
default settings.
3.
E-Mail Address (Up to 5) Information – Use
the application software PC55 or PC200 to
make needed changes.
4.
IP Alarm Notification Information – Same as
above.
ٛ
(313 000 000)
ٛ
33
LAN B Settings
(313 000 000) Press 1 Settings
(313 100 000) The settings are Grey as they cant be
changed while the DVR is Recording.
STOP Recocrding
To stop recording, press the REC/STOP button for more than 2 seconds.
• Recording stops and the light turns off
Options;
A
IP Address
B
Sub Net Mask
C
Gateway
Can now be changed.
NOTE: When you Exit this Menu the DX-TL5000E Reboots to implement the
changes.
START Recording
Press the REC/STOP button.
• The REC/STOP button lights up and recording starts.
34
Remote connections and Network Bandwidth limits.
35
PTZ CAMERAS
Enter the System Menu:
Press the SET UP Button on the front of the DVR
From the User Menu screen (000 000 000),
press the D NEXT button twice to display the
SYSTEM MENU (300 000 000)
(300 000 000) Press 2 PTZ Setting
Press 1 PTZ Camera Configuration
PTZ Configuration
A variety of PTZ protocols are supported. Connect the
camera’s wires to the appropriate port on the back of the
DVR. Match the camera protocol, baud rate and address
settings with the DVR PTZ Configuration settings.
13. Camera Select – Choose camera number
where the PTZ is connected
A. PTZ Camera Config Device – Match protocol
and baud rate of DVR and camera.
B. Camera ID – Select camera address
C and D – Select Pan and Tilt Reverse if needed.
Press E Return
36
PTZ Configuration Overview
Press 2 Configuration Check List
(322 000 000) Check the settings
Press E Return
Press E Exit twice to exit the SET UP menu.
PTZ Rear Connectors
Test (Front Panel Buttons) – Press the PTZ button and press pan and tilt
buttons to move the camera.
See Page 50 of the DX-TL5000E installation manual.
If it does not respond confirm the settings of both DVR and camera.
Note: Pelco protocol is normally numbered 0 offset, camera numbering starts
from “0”. Camera 2 would have an address of 1.
37
EXTERNAL Storage Features
Now 500GB HDD, 2TB internal
38
Password Settings
To change the settings enter the System Menu:
Press the SET UP Button on the front of the DVR
From the User Menu screen (000 000 000), press the D
NEXT button to display the Setup Menu
(200 000 000)
Press 4 System
Press 4 Password Setting
This unit is equipped with 2 lock functions:
SIMPLE LOCK: Does not require entering a password
when unlocking.
PASSWORD LOCK: Requires entering a password
when unlocking.
• When the password for unlocking is not set, lock
function executes in SIMPLE LOCK.
• When the password for unlocking is set, lock
function executes in PASSWORD LOCK.
(244 000 000)
SIMPLE LOCK
When SIMPLE LOCK is turned on, all the operations become inoperable and the unit is locked in the
current mode.
• Activating the simple lock
Press the LOCK button once while the MAIN switch is set to ON.
The lock turns on and the LOCK indicator lights up.
• Releasing the simple lock
Press the LOCK button for more than 2 seconds.
The lock is released and the LOCK indicator turns off.
39
PASSWORD LOCK
There are 2 types of PASSWORD LOCK, “Operation control” and “Disk management.”
“Operation control” has 3 levels of lock (level 1 to 3).
“Disk management” locks the settings of <Data Clear> for main device (System Menu Data Clear).
• Using “Operation control” of PASSWORD LOCK (level 1 to 3)
1) Input the PASSWORD of levels 1 to 3.
2) Press the LOCK button once to activate the PASSWORD LOCK.
• The PASSWORD LOCK of level 1 turns ON. Level 1 turns ON; all the operations are locked except
password lock release and help.
• The PASSWORD LOCK of level 2 turns ON. Level 2 locks the following Buttons and menu
other than mentioned below can be operated.
• On the front of the unit: POWER, REC/STOP, and TIMER buttons
• On the remote controller: REC/STOP and TIMER ON/OFF buttons
• Menu operations of Setup Menu and System Menu
Releasing the PASSWORD LOCK (for the levels 1 and 2)
Press the LOCK button for more than 2 seconds to display the unlock password screen.
Input the password of the desired level by pressing the number buttons.
Press E Unlock
The PASSWORD LOCK is released and the normal screen appears.
Releasing the PASSWORD LOCK (for the level 3)
• Unlock Level 1 and 2 Passwords Press E Unlock
• Select Setup to display the User Menu Press D Next
40
• The Unlock Password Level 3 appears,
Press A enter the password.
Press E Unlock
Disk management password
This feature adds a password to Memory Clear
function (Deleting of recordings).
• In the System menu
(300 000 000), Press 6 Data Clear
Press 1 Main Storage Memory
(361 000 000) Press 1 Clear.
Press D Execute
• The Unlock Password Disk Management screen appears
Input the PASSWORD of disk management
• Enter the password by pressing the number buttons.
41
Press D Unlock
• You can now Select D Execute to Delete the
stored recording.
WARNING – clearing the MAIN
STORAGE MEMORY will erase all
recorded data.
Note: Data cannot be deleted while accessing to the HDD such as playback / recording /
copying / restoring.
42
Multiplex Setting Overview
43
Multiplexer Setting
The multiplexer function of this unit can display the connected cameras on 2 Monitor outputs.
Monitor A and Monitor B using split screens.
It is also possible to change the position of the camera number to be displayed in the SPLIT modes.
To change the settings enter the System Menu:
Press the SET UP Button on the front of the DVR
From the User Menu screen (000 000 000), press the D
NEXT button to display the Setup Menu
(200 000 000) Press 4 System
Press 5 Multiplexer Settings
Alarm Display Setting
This item is used to display the picture input with
alarm signal in the single screen display or split
screen display which has been pre-set.
When another alarm signal is input during alarm
recording, the picture with the latest alarm signal
appears in the single screen display or split screen
display.
The screen returns to the previous display when the
alarm recording is completed.
The alarm display setting is available for either output
A or B. Select the desired output for alarm display.
You cannot use alarm display on both output A
and B at the same time.
(245 000 000) Press 4 Alarm Display Setting
44
Alarm Display Setting
A Select output A or output B.
Off: Does not perform alarm display.
Select the desired single screen display or split screen
display which is set in the <Multiplexer Setting> to be
displayed when the alarm signal present.
(245 400 000) Press 2 Multi 4b
Covert Camera Setting
• Covert Camera It is possible to hide pictures of selected cameras that are installed in sensitive areas
and should only be viewed by authorized person.
(245 000 000) Press 5 Settings
These settings allow Authorised Personnel to
turn the Covert Camera settings ON and OFF.
45
Menu Data (Saving Settings)
This menu is used to update and save the menu settings of this unit.
Save Settings
This is done by loading the menu settings which is copied from another DX-TL5000E
via the external media such as USB memory, the DVD disc, or CD.
• During loading or saving the menu data, other operations are not accepted.
NOTE: IF THE DX-TL5000E HAS THE HDD PARTIONED FOR ALARM RECORDING manually copy
these settings as they have to be set manually on the DXTL5000 when you use LOAD Settings.
Press the SET UP Button on the front of the DVR
From the User Menu screen (000 000 000), press the D NEXT button to display the Setup Menu
(200 000 000) Press 5 Menu Data
Press 2 Save Menu Data
(252 000 000) Press 1 Select the device
For USB press 2
Press E Return
NOTE: YOU HAVE TO STOP RECORDING BEFORE YOU CAN EXECUTE
Press D Execute
The settings will be saved.
Press E Return and E Exit twice to Exit Set Up
46
Load Settings
This item is used to update the menu settings of the DX-TL5000E via settings copied to external media.
NOTE: To load or change the menu settings stored on the external media, set the HDD settings
(partition setting) of this unit to the same settings as the recorder which has been used for copying
the menu settings.
When these settings are different between this unit and the recorder which has been used for copying,
the menu settings cannot be updated.
When loading settings with different Network A and B settings or a different language the POWER
TURNS OFF AUTOMATICALLY and the DX-TL5000E Reboots.
Press the SET UP Button on the front of the DVR
From the User Menu screen (000 000 000), press the D NEXT button to display the Setup Menu
(200 000 000) Press 5 Menu Data
Press 1 Load Menu Data
(251 000 000) Press 1 Select the device
For USB press 2
(251 000 000)
NOTE: YOU HAVE TO STOP RECORDING BEFORE
YOU CAN EXECUTE
Press D Execute
Menu Setting Data is loaded should be
displayed
47
Press E Return
Press E Return and E Exit twice to Exit Set Up
Firmware Upgrade
The Firmware File extension is DAM, the current firmware version is DAM11178
Contact Mitsubishi Electric Australia for the latest version.
To Upgrade the firmware follow the instructions below;
1. Power down the unit.
2. Turn the power off completely, using the switch on the back.
3. On the front of the unit, press and hold the REC/STOP button.
4. Keep the button pressed, and turn on the unit using the switch at the back.
5. Keep holding the REC/STOP button until all the buttons on the front of the unit
light up.
6. Release the REC/STOP button.
7. Eject the CD drive, and insert the CDROM containing the new firmware.
The firmware must be located in the root directory of the CD, and cannot be
renamed to a different file name.
8. Close the drive, and press the REC button to start the upload process.
9. The firmware update file will upload, and takes approx 10mins.
Once it is complete, the unit will automatically restart.
The Firmware can also be loaded from a USB memory device have the file saved in the root directory, the file
cannot be renamed to a different file name.
If the DVR can not detect a CD or DVD it will use the USB port on the front of the DX-TL5000E.
The firmware update will take about 3mins and the unit will automatically restart.
10. Press the POWER button to start the DX-TL5000E
11.
START Recording
Press the REC/STOP button.
• The REC/STOP button lights up and recording starts.
48
DX-TL5000E Optional Parts
49
INTENTIONALLY BLANK
348 Victoria Rd Rydalmere, NSW 2116 Phone: (02) 9684 7777 Fax: (02) 9684 7208
www.MitsubishiElectric.com.au