Samsung SRM-872 User manual

NETWORK VIDEO RECORDER
User Manual
SRM-872
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Network Video Recorder
User Manual
Copyright
ⓒ2013 Samsung Techwin Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
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Restriction
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shall be reproduced, distributed or changed, partially or wholly, without formal authorization of Samsung Techwin.
Disclaimer
Samsung Techwin makes the best to verify the integrity and correctness of the contents in this document, but no
formal guarantee shall be provided. Use of this document and the subsequent results shall be entirely on the
user’s own responsibility. Samsung Techwin reserves the right to change the contents of this document without
prior notice.
 Design and specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
 The initial administrator ID is “admin” and the password should be set when logging in for the first time.
Set password for your wireless network if you use the product with a wireless router. Being not protected with
password or using the default wireless router password may expose your video data to potential threat.
Please change your password every three months to safely protect personal information and to prevent the
damage of the information theft.
Please, take note that it’s a user’s responsibility for the security and any other problems caused by mismanaging
a password
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Overview
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Read these operating instructions carefully before using the unit. Follow all the safety instructions listed below.
Keep these operating instructions handy for future reference.
1) Read these instructions.
2) Keep these instructions.
3) Heed all warnings.
4) Follow all instructions.
5) Do not use this apparatus near water.
6) Clean only with dry cloth.
7) Do not block any ventilation openings, Install in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions.
8) Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including
amplifiers) that produce heat.
9) Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding- type plug. A polarized plug has two blades
with one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide
blade or the third prong are provided for your safety. if the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult
an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
10) Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs,
convenience receptacles,
and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
11) Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
12) Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the
manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when
moving the cart/ apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over.
13) Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods
of time.
14) Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been
damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have
fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or
has been dropped.
STANDARD APPROVALS
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with 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..
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BEFORE START
This manual provides operational information necessary for using the product and contains a description about
each component part and its function as well as menu or network settings.
You have to keep in mind the following notices :
• SAMSUNG retains the copyright on this manual.
• This manual cannot be copied without SAMSUNG's prior written approval.
• We are not liable for any or all losses to the product incurred by your use of non-standard product or violation of
instructions mentioned in this manual.
• Prior to opening the case, please consult a qualified technician first. Whenever this is needed power must be
removed from the unit.
• Before adding a hard disk drive or external storage (USB memory, USB HDD, etc), check if it is compliant with
this product. For the compatibility list, contact the retailer.
• Use industrial use ‘Micro SD’(not included). It saves data on SD in lower temperature and changes to HDD
when HDD reaches operational temperature.
• Place GPS Antenna evenly out of vehicle toward sky. If antenna installation is wrong, it receives unstable data.
Normal GPS error distance is 16m in stop, 30m in moving.
WARNING
Caution
• Power off before installation to extend power cord, use AWG(American Wire Gauge) 18 or thicker.
• When Install GPS antenna, attach it on flat place outside of vehicle with accessories. GPS antenna must head
to the air. Wrong installation causes unstable data receiving. GPS error range is 16m when stops, 30m when
moving. When install GPS antenna in the vehicle, purchase and use ‘Active Antenna(2.85V)’.
• Must use vehicle use batteries. Fuse may be broken when you connect to ‘always on’ power supply.
• Battery lifecycle can be shorten if battery status not good. Use good status batteries.
• Risk of Explosion if Battery is replaced by an Incorrect Type. Dispose of Used Batteries According to the
Instructions.
System Shutdown
Turning off the power while the product is in operation, or undertaking improper actions may cause damage or
malfunction to the hard drive or the product.
To safely cut off power, unplug the power cable.
You may want to install a UPS system for safe operation in order to prevent damage caused by an unexpected
power stoppage. (Any questions concerning UPS, consult your UPS retailer.)
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Operating Temperature
The guaranteed operating temperature range of this product is -25°C ~ 50°C (-13°F ~ 122°F).
This product may not work properly if you run right after a long period of storage at a temperature below the
guaranteed one.
Prior to using a device that has been stored for a long period in low temperatures, allow the product to stand at
room temperature for a period.
Especially for the built-in HDD in the product, its guaranteed temperature range is 0°C ~ 60°C (32°F ~ 140°F).
Likewise, the hard drive may not work at a temperature below the guaranteed one.
Ethernet Port
This equipment is indoor use and all the communication wirings are limited to inside of the building.
Security Precautions
The initial administrator ID is “admin” and the password should be set when logging in for the first time. Set
password for your wireless network if you use the product with a wireless router. Being not protected with
password or using the default wireless router password may expose your video data to potential threat. Please
change your password every three months to safely protect personal information and to prevent the
damage of the information theft.
Please, take note that it’s a user’s responsibility for the security and any other problems caused by
Mis-managing a password.
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Contents
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Overview
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Product Features
Package Contents
Front & rear view and details
IO Box
Control Box
Installation
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Disassemble Brackets
Mount product
Install IO & Control box
Vehicle installation
Surveillance
Start / END system
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Log in
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Shutdown system
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Live monitoring screen
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OSD icons
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Contextual Menu on Live
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Live screen division
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Single Channel Live view
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Backup
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Live Monitoring
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Recording Status
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Emergency Recording
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Move to Search mode
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Enter Setup Menu
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System Setup
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System Information
User Setup
Device
Profile SETUP
Audio
Alarm
Display
Record Setup
Network
Event
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Playback(Search)
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Backup
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Web Client Access
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Smartviewer Auto v1.0
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Smartviewer AUTO v1.0 Setup
Callback
Mobile viewer iPolisAuto
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Appendix
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System Specification
Default Configurations
IO BOX Installation
Connector Pin Map
FAQ
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Product Features
• Provide Ultimate reliability with embedded linux System
• Dedicated Database structure for more stability.
• CMS(Central Monitoring System) support
• Use same UI on NVR, CMS and web viewer.
• Web monitoring, Searching and setup available.
• Built in Media Player for backup playback
• USB support for Mouse and external storage.
• HDD/SSD and Micro SD support
• Mobile device support (IPhone and Android)
• Digital zoom
• Compact size for vehicle installation
• Backup storage support such as USB memory stick
• Built in GPS – E-Map support
• Industrial standard in Enduring Temperature limit
• Built in power support (PoE).
• Apply military product level test in vibration and shock test.
• I/O Box (Sensor, Alarm, G-Sensor, Status LED)
• Event detection through G-sensor in I/O Box
• Control Box (IR input, Emergency Button, Status LED, Audio-Out)
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Package Contents
The following components are included in product box

NVR Main unit
IO BOX
Control Box
Power cable(1ea)
RS232 connect cable(2ea)
RJ45 UTP cable (2ea)
GPS Antenna
Remote Control & Battery
CD (User manual)
Quick Guide
HDD fixscrew andKey
Rear cover
Part color and design may differ due to the manufacture
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Front & rear view and details
Front
⑩
①
②
③
⑤ ⑥ ⑦ ⑧ ⑨
④
Name
Description
1
WiFi / 3G USB
Connect USB module when use WiFi or 3G
communication(optional)
2
USB port
Use for mouse connection or external storage.
3
Audio output
Sound output as line output
4
Video output
Connect VGA monitor to view display
5
HDMI output
Connect HDMI monitor
6
RESET switch
Use when restart system
7
Micro SD Slot
Insert Micro SD for recording
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IR sensor
Receives signals from remote controller
9
LED
Display NVR status
10
Lock Key
Lock HDD device. This must be locked to start system.
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Rear
③
④
⑥
⑤
②
①
Name
Description
1
Poe Camera
Connect IP cameras. System supports power over Ethernet when
use PoE IP camera
2
NETWORK
Connect network cable for CMS and Web view
3
CONTROL BOX
Connect to control box
4
IO BOX 1
Connect to IO box
5
PWR
Connect power supply from vehicle
6
GPS
Connect GPS Antenna (SMA type)
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IO Box
Front
②
name
①
Description
1
LED Display
Display following status.
-Link : Shows connection status of IO BOX
2
Dip Switch
Set moving direction of vehicle.
*For more details, see page 62 ‘IO BOX Installation’.
Rear
②
①
④
③
name
1
GND
2
IO BOX 1
3
ALARM
4
SENSOR
Description
Ground connection. Connect to vehicle body
Connect to main unit’s port.
Connect to speed pulse of the vehicle. This port can be used for
RS232/485.
Connect Alarm output to External devices. Additional power
required. (Open-collector type)
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CONTROL BOX
Front
③
②
name
1
①
Description
Emergency
Start Emergency Recording with this button.
POWER
Display power on status of control box
Light on when storage(HDD, SD) storage is available
Light on when storage (HDD, SD) is not available.
2
LED lights
Light on GPS position fixed after receiving data
Light on when ‘Shutdown delay’ is processing.
Light on when alarm output is working
3
IR receiving ports
Receives IR signals from remote controller
Rear
①
②
name
Description
1
Audio out
Audio Line out
2
Control box
Connect to main unit’s control port
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Installation
Disassemble Brackets
1. Open box and take out product.
Then separate bottom bracket
with screw(1) in picture.
2. Place ‘bottom bracket’ on even
place and assemble main unit
and bracket with screw(2) in
picture.
3. Assemble rear cover and main
unit with screw(3) in picture.
The cables must be passed
through rear cover hole as
following picture.
4. Tied up installed cables firmly.
Mount product
Use 6 screws as following picture and mount brackets on installation place.
(ST : 15kgf ~)

ST = screw tightening power

Tighten screw with recommended torque
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Install IO & Control box
* Connect IO box and Control box with provided cable as above picture.

ST = screw tightening power
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Tighten screw with recommended torque
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Vehicle Installations
When install on the bottom, fix the brackets on main unit to the bracket which installed on bottom
with 6 screws.
Caution: When installed on bottom, it may cause HDD shock issues. For the torque of screws, see
the pictures on previous page. * ST = torque of screws.
Each tool has differ torque, you should follow guided torque when installation.
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Surveillance
Start/End system
Before install on vehicle, user should set system first. Connect VGA or HDMI monitor If monitor
doesn’t display because of resolution, press and hold ‘zoom’ key on remote controller for 5seconds. It
adjust system resolution automatically.
Log in
1. Connect power on system.
2. System displays initial screen and start initializing.
3. It shows login screen.
4. To log in, select ‘admin’ and press ‘OK’. No password is
configured at initial time.
*if there’s configured password, click password field and
use virtual keyboard.(see picture)
5. System logs in as ‘Administrator’.
Note : password can be set up to 8 numbers with combination of
number 0 to 9. Special character (& # < > ` ~) are not allowed. To
enter new password, go to ‘Menu->System->User’ page.
Shutdown system
1. Press ‘Menu’ and select ‘Shutdown’ system
Only allowed user can shut down system.
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Live Monitoring screen
Monitoring system with VGA or HDMI output on control box after installation on Vehicle.
①
②
③
Name
④
⑤
Description
1
Menu
Open NVR menu.
2
HDD status
Display HDD used status with percentage.
Turn on when archiving data
Turn on when sequencing mode works
Turned on when HDD is set as overwrite mode
3
Status
Icons
Turned on system receiving GPS data
Turned on network connected
Turned on when alarm is activating
Turned on with G-Sensor detects events
Turned on Emergency Recording is on.
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Time & date info.
Display time & date information
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Remote controller
Turned on when IR remote controller is activating. Remote
controller can control system regardless of system id If system ID
is set ‘0’,
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OSD Icons
Following status icons displayed on each channels.
name
Description
name
No Recording(greed)
Pre Event Rec.(blue)
Recording (Red)
Motion Detection
Emergency Recording
Sensor Detection
Event Recording (red)
IP Camera event
Detection
High Resolution
Playback*

Description
Displays when it’s over than following recorded size and it shows 1fps speed. (4
division 1280x720 60fps, 9 division : 1280x720 30fps)
Contextual Menu on Live
Press right mouse button to see Contextual menu. Frequently used features are in this menu box.
Right click mouse button on live screen
name
Description
1
Camera
Select camera and display
2
Layout
Select screen mode.
3
Live Monitoring
Display IP camera images
4
Record Monitoring
Display real time recording status
5
OSD
OSD display options.
6
Sequence
Sequence live channels
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Zoom
Run Digital zoom. Only available on single channel mode.
8
PIP
Run PIP feature. Only available on single channel mode
9
Freeze
Freeze current screen.
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Audio
Select audio channel
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Backup
Playback recorded data
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Playback
Move to search playback mode.
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Emergency Rec.
Start emergency recording.
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Log
Display current system log
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Setup
Open setup menu
* The Audio sound output in live mode is based on the channel configuration in ‘Menu-Audio’. It
has not same as current selected channel.
Live Screen division
Display live screen as 9 division (3x3), 4division (2x2), and single screen mode.
3x3 (9 Division)
2x2 (4 Division)
Single screen mode
To change layout, click right mouse button on live mode and select
camera or ‘Lay out’ menu.
Single Channel Live view
Enlarge selected channel as single full screen.
1. Move mouse to desired channel and double click left mouse button and it display single
channel view of selected channel
2. Press desired channel number on remote controller and it display single channel view of
selected channel
3. Click right mouse button on live view and select ‘Camera’ then select desired channel.
4. Double click again back to previous mode.
Backup
1.
2.
3.
4.
Click ‘backup’ button on remote controller
Click right mouse button and open contextual menu.
Select ‘Backup’ on menu and set storage and duration to archive
Press ‘start’ to backup.
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Live Monitoring
Select ‘Live Monitoring’ on live view. It displays Live
status of connected camera and transmitting status.
Recording status
Select ‘Record Monitoring’ on live view. It displays
recording status of connected camera and
transmitting status.
Emergency Recording
Record immediately on live mode
1. Press ‘Emergency Rec’ button on control box. It turns red.
2. Press ‘E.REC’ button on remote controller.
3. Or use contextual menu (click right mouse button) and select ‘Emergency Rec’.
Move to Search mode
1. Click Right mouse button on live mode and open contextual menu.
2. Select ‘Playback’ mode.
Enter Setup menu
1. Click ‘Menu’ button on remote controller.
2. Click ‘Menu’ button and enter setup mode
3. Or use contextual menu and select ‘Setup Menu’.
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SYSTEM SETUP
System information
General information setup
1. Press menu and move to SYSTEM->Information.
2. Enter NVR name. (Easy to recognize in multiple
device access)
3. Set ID on ‘Remote Controller’. User can control
multi NVRs with single remote controller with
changing IDs.
4. User can export / Import and set default system
setup. (To export/import, USB memory is
required.)
5. Back to default with ‘Default’ button
* Date&Time, User info., Display Resolution, Language, Network Setup(IP address, DDNS)
will not be initialized.
6. Press ‘OK’ to save changes.
Enter Vehicle information
1. Press Menu and move to ‘SYSTEM>Information’.
2. Enter necessary information.
3. Shutdown delay: After ignition off, system waits
for a configured time and safely shuts down
system.
4. Press ‘OK’ to save changes.
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System Upgrade
Upgrade system firmware with new version.
1. Press Menu and move to ‘SYSTEM->Information’
system page.
2. Insert USB memory which contains update file.
3. Press ‘Update’ button and select file.
4. Start upgrade with selected file.
5. System restarts automatically when update
completed.
Note: Do not remove USB or power during updating.
Set Date and time
1. Press menu move to ‘System-> Date&time’.
2. Set time zone and choose option ‘daylight saving
time’.
* Configure Beginning and End day.
3. Set date and time with display format selection.
4. Press ‘OK’ to save changes.
NTP setting
1. Select ‘NTP’ tab menu on Date &Time setup
menu.
2. Tick ‘Use NTP’ option
3. Press
to enter time server.
4. Enter time server name with virtual keyboard.
5. Set update interval and press update button.
*Internet access required
Note: NTP is not essential for NVR operation. Time
Sync. may not be completed due to heavy traffic or
delays from time sync. server.
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Holiday setup
Set specific day or days as holiday and apply different recording schedule.
1. Move to Holiday tab menu on Date & time setup.
2. Press
button and set date.
3. Press ‘OK’ to apply setup.
Note: Holiday may not same date every year. User
may have to update every year.
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User setup
User can define new user and group permissions.
Add new User
1. Press menu and move to ‘SYSTEM-User’.
2. Press
button and add new user.
3. Enter user name with virtual keyboard and
select user group.
4. Set password for new user.
*Auto Login: Log in automatically with selected user.
*Auto Logout: Log out when there is no action during
configured time.
Add new group and set permission.
Administrator can define authority on each group. (not per user)
1. Go to ‘System-User’ menu and select ‘Group’.
2. Press
button.
3. Enter new group name.
4. Set permission on new group. Set camera
channels on each authority (if necessary)
5. Click ‘OK’ and save changes.
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System Log
All system log can be searched in this page.
1. Press Menu and move to SYSTEM->SYSTEM
Log.
2. To view latest log, press ‘Reload’ button and
update logs. Use
button to move next
pages.
To Export Log file.
1. Prepare USB memory.
2. Insert & connect USB on system and move to ‘System Log’ page.
3. Press ‘Export’ button.
4. Set file name and press ‘OK’ button.
Note: log file exports as csv file format.
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DEVICE
In this menu, Set configuration of camera, audio, alarm.
Change Camera Title
1. Press Menu and move to ‘DEVICE->Camera’
page.
2. Select camera and press
to change title.
3. Use virtual key and set new camera name.
IP camera setup
Enter IP camera information and authorize it to check its working status.
1. Press ‘IP Address’ on camera menu.
2. Enter IP, ports and ID/Password of desired IP
camera.
3. Check ‘Authentication’ and press ‘Connect’ to
check IP camera connection status.
4. Once ‘Log in’ success message means it
connects normally. If it fails, check information
again.
5. Press ‘OK’ to save information.
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Live Profile
1. Move to ‘Device->Camera->Live profile’ page.
2. It shows profiles of connected camera. User
can select profiles on each cameras and
adjust codec & resolutions only available
camera.





Profile: Shows available profile on
connected cameras.
Codec: type of Image compressing algorithm.
Resolution: image size for live monitoring.
Fps: number of frames for live monitoring.
Kbps: image data size for live monitoring.
3. Press ‘Edit’ button to edit profiles.
4. Press ‘OK’ to save changes.
Covert (Hidden) camera
Covert (Hide) camera on live view according to logged in user.
1. Press Menu and move to ‘DEVICE->Camera’
page.
2. Move to ‘Covert’ tab menu.
3. Set schedule on ‘From~To’ field.
4. Select covert mode.
-Low mode: No display but OSD.
-High mode: No display at all.
5. Press ‘OK’ to save changes.
Note: Not effect on recording data. This applies on monitoring only.
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PROFILE SETUP
Network camera generally provides single or multiple profiles and user can select details such as
live, recording and network transmit profiles.
System shares added profiles. Once you edit profile on live, record or Network, it updates other
profiles.



Live Profile : ‘Menu->Device->Camera->Live profile’
Record Profile : ‘Menu->Recording->Recording->Record profile’
Network Profile : ‘Menu->Network->Transmission->Network profile’
Add profiles
1.
Select one of profiles from Live, Recording and
Network and move to that menu.
2.
Press ‘Edit’ button on right and it shows current
profile details.
3.
To add new profile, press ‘+’ button below and
set profile name, codec, resolution, fps and
Kbps information.

4.
May differ available profiles by camera
Press ‘OK’ to save changes.
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Audio
Audio Connect
NVR records sounds on each channels.
1. Press Menu and move to ‘DEVICE->Audio’
page.
2. Select audio channel and change title as desired
name.
3. Press ‘OK’ to save changes
Note: Audio input is only available with camera.
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Alarm
Set alarm type and schedule.
Set Alarm type and duration
1. Press Menu and move to ‘Device-Alarm’ page.
2. Set duration of alarm activation.(5sec to 10min)
3. Select alarm channel and change title as
desired name.
4. Choose type of alarm
-NO: Normal Open.
-NC : Normal Close
5. Press ‘OK’ to save changes
Set Alarm Schedule
1. Move to Schedule tab.
2. Select Day and time for alarm activation.
3. Select mode. (Event, On, Off)
4. Select alarm output number and buzzer options.
5. Press ‘OK’ to save changes
* If schedule is overlapped, the latest one will have
priority.
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Display
Set monitor display and display language
1. Press Menu and move to Display page.
2. Set your language and other display options.
3. To change display resolution, select ‘Resolution’
menu and select desired one.
4. Press ‘OK’ to save changes
Channel popup by Event
Display (popup) event triggered channel for a configured time.
1. Press Menu and move to ‘Display-Monitoring’
page.
2. Set ‘Sequence interval’ time
3. Check ‘Event popup’ option.
4. Select camera number to be displayed when
event occurred.
5. Press ‘OK’ to save changes
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PIP (Picture In Picture) Setup
1. Press Menu and move to ‘Display-PIP’ page.
2. Set ‘Size’ and ‘Position’.
3. Press ‘OK’ to save changes.
Note: PIP is only available on single live display.
Resolution setup
1. Press Menu and move to ‘Display-resolution’
page.
2. Set resolution
3. Press ‘Ok’ to save changes.
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Record Setup
Set storage and recording options.
Set Storage
1. Press Menu and move to ‘Record->Storage’.
2. System displays installed HDD(s) on list.
3. To use HDD as storage, select one of HDD and
press ‘Format’ button below.
4. Press ‘close’ once format process is end.
Note: ‘Record’ shows data stored period and HDD
usage.
Recording Setup
1. Press Menu and move to ‘Record->Record’.
2. Check ‘Overwrite’ option. *If not selected, system only
records data until the current HDD is full.
 Time Record is continuous recording
 Event record is record only when event triggered.
 Emergency Record: Activated by Emergency Rec.
signal from outside
3. Press ‘Ok’ to save changes
Recording profile
Select profiles for recording. See details on ‘Profile Setup’ section before ‘Audio’.
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Event recording setup
1. Move to Event page
2. Set ‘Pre-Event’ Duration ‘On’ and set time.
System will record previous data from event
triggered.
3. Set time for Emergency Record. ‘No Limit’ setup
record until off Emergency Rec.
4. Event record duration is for general event
recording duration.
5. Press ‘OK’ to save changes.
Set Recording schedule
1. Press Menu and move to ‘Record->Record’
Schedule tab.
2. Set day option on day field.
*One selected day option on each line.
3. Set time to record on ‘From~To’ field.
4. Select recording mode
5. Select cameras to be applied.
 To delete schedule, press
button on right.
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Network
Set IP address
1. Press Menu and move to ‘Network->Address>WAN’ page.
2. Set one of IP address type.
*No IP address setup required in ‘DHCP’ option.
3. In 'Static IP’ option, you need to enter ‘IP
address, Subnet mask and Gateway’.
4. Press ‘OK’ to save changes.
* To change communication port, move to ‘PORT’
page in this menu.
PoE Setup (Power Over Ethernet)
1.
Press Menu and move to ‘Network->Address>PoE’ page
2. Set IP address and Subnet mask
3. Check ‘DHCP server’ option. When use this
system as DHCP server, must set IP ranges
which will assigned to connected IP cameras.
* connected camera should be set on DHCP
option.
4. Press ‘Ok’ to save changes.
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Set Port
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Press Menu and move to ‘Network->Address>Port’ page.
Set port for ‘Remote monitoring, Playback and
setup. Default is ‘10101’.
* Set Live port and other port sets automatically.
Set port for Web viewer. Default is ‘80’.
Set RTSP port. Default is ‘554’.
Use UPnP: This feature enables auto port
forwarding on router.
DDNS setup
For remote access, use DDNS service with DDNS server setup.
1. Press Menu and move to ‘Network-DDNS’.
2. Check ‘Use DDNS’ option.
3. Enter ‘Product ID’ and press ‘Update’ to check it
access DDNS server normally.
4. Press ‘Ok’ to save changes.
* To use DDNS, system should be connected to
Internet.
* For more details about DDNS setup, see the
manual of your router.
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Notify event through network
Use provided feature and send message to specified IP and E-mail.
Callback Setup
1. Press Menu and move to ‘Network->Notification
-> Callback’ page.
2. Set callback interval.
* The triggered event between intervals would
not be delivered. It only delivers new event as
callback message after interval.
3. Enter IP address that would receive callback
messages.
4. Press ‘Ok’ to save changes.
 Callback utility is installed when you install
Remote client software.
Email setup
1. Press Menu and move to ‘Network>Notification->Email’ page.
2. Set E-mail interval.
*not send event between interval time.
3. Check image option to attach on email.
4. Enter e-mail address of receiving side.
5. Press SMTP button and enter information
6. Press ‘Ok’ to save changes.
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Network Transmission
Adjust network data streaming option and optimize it.
1. Press Menu and move to ‘Network>Transmission->Transmission page.
2. Set network bandwidth according to you network
speed.
3. Press ‘Ok’ to save changes.
Network profile
Select profile for live monitoring. See details for profile section before Audio.
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EVENT
Set event related options such as Sensor, Motion, Video Loss, System, G-sensor and IP camera.
About Event activation and activate Recording, Alarm and Notification
Each triggered event can be activated following actions.
1. Record: start recording on selected multiple channels.
2. Alarm: start alarming or buzzer on selected multiple channels.
3. Notification: send message to remote pc with ‘Callback’ or ‘E-mail.’
Example1) Sensor setup
Once sensor 1 is triggered, record channel 1 & 2, alarming 1, 2, 4 and send Notification
1. Press Menu and move to ‘Event->Sensor’ page
2. Tick ‘Sensor1’ and set type (NO or NC)
3. Click ‘Record’ tab and click sensor1 ‘Record’ field
and select channel 1, 2.
4. Click ‘Alarm’ tab and click sensor1 ‘Alarm’ field
and select channel 1, 2, 4.
5. Click ‘Notification’ tab and click sensor1
‘Notification’ tab and select ‘Callback’ IPs and ‘Email’ on list.
* To register Callback IP and E-mail address go to ‘Network->Notification’ page.
Motion Event, Video Loss event setup is same as Sensor event setup.
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System Notification
Notify system status through alarm and Callback.
1. Set level of Storage full. System start notification
when storage reaches this level.
2. Set temperature level you desired to get
notification on S.M.A.R.T. Threshold.
3. Set alarm and Notification.(see examples above)
G-Sensor Notification
Detect movements such as sudden acceleration, stop and suspected as accident.
1. Press Menu and move to ‘Event->G-Sensor’
page.
2. Check ‘Use G-sensor’.
3. Press ‘Record’ field and select channels to be
recorded when event triggered.
4. Press ‘Alarm’ field and select channels for alarm
activation.
5. In ‘Notification’ field, select Client IP address
and e-mail that will receive event notification.
6. Set sensitivity of each x, y, and z axis.
* If G-sensor included IO box DIP switch configuration is wrong, it would generate
unnecessary alarms. Please check DIP switch configuration when installation.
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Playback (Search)
Time search (Go to Time)
1. Click right mouse button on live mode and select
‘Playback’
2. Select storage that has recorded data.
3. System enters ‘Playback(Search)’ mode
4. Click right mouse button again and select ‘Go to’.
5. Select ‘Go to time’ of options.
6. Set date and time and press ‘OK’ to playback.
About Search options
- Go to time: set time and move to specific time.
- Go to Beginning: move to the first recorded data.
- Go to End: move to the end of data.
- Go to **sec: move to previous recorded data. (** data before)
* When playback recorded data, it displays single channel image which is close to search
condition.
Calendar Search
1~3. Same as ‘Time Search’.
4. Click right mouse button again and select
‘Calendar’
5. Select date and time and press ‘Go To’.
6. Displays selected data on screen. Use playback
control button below.
7. To exit playback mode, click right mouse button and select ‘Exit Playback’.
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Event Search
Provides easy search by recorded event list
1~3. Same as ‘Time Search’.
4. Click right mouse button again and select ‘Event
Search’
5. Select the date and type of event to find specific
data.
* Events are searched by 1,000ea and press >>
button to see next 1,000 events.
*You can search event on ‘Log’ menu event page.
*System writes event log when it is set as Event recording
Backup data playback
1.
2.
3.
4.
Click right mouse button on live mode.
Select ‘Backup data’
Select Device and files
System displays playback screen. Use playback
control button below.
* Backup playback is only available if there’s backup
file.
Playback control
R.Play: Reverse Playback (1x->2x->..64x -> 1x)
Step Backward: Go to the previous image
Pause: Freeze or Stop current image
Step Forward: Go to the next image
Play: Play the data at normal speed (1x->2x->..64x -> 1x)
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BACKUP
Backup Recorded Data
1. Click right mouse button on live mode
2. Select Backup and choose type.(backup or AVI
maker)
3. Insert USB memory on system USB slot.
4. Select Device for backup data(generally USB
memory is used)
5. Set backup data period and camera.
6. Select ‘EXE’ option and ‘Password Option.
7. Press ‘Start’ button.
* ‘Backup’ data saved as ‘strg, exe’ format and requires exclusive player for multi channel
playback.
* For Single channel backup, use AVI backup.
* Do not remove backup media while data backup is being processed
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Web client access
Access System with using web browser.
1. Run web browser and enter IP address of NVR
or DDNS address.
2. Enter ID and Password in log in page.
3. Press buttons (Live, playback) and move to new windows.
4. Use following buttons to do data search
Button
Description
Button
Description
Select camera
Event search
Remote setup
FW/Rev Playback
Entire scren
2~64x playback
Change layout
Move 1 frame
Select calendar
Move to first/last
Pause
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5. Detail usage is same as remote client software. See ‘Smart viewer’ part on next page.
If no ‘Active X’ installed, run explorer with ‘Run as Administrator’ option.

To upload file on IE(internet Explorer), set options on ‘Tools->Internet option->Security>Customer level’. *supported on IE7.0 or higher.
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Smartviewer AUTO v1.0
Monitoring live view, search and other features on remote place through network.
Start Remote software(S.W should be installed on your PC)
1. Double click remote s.w and run it.
2. It displays main screen.
Minimum resolution: 1024x620.
Recommended resolution: 1280x1024
3. To log in, select user and enter password.
* No initial password is set. Change password for
your security.
Connect NVR from remote software
1. Press Connect icon
to display connection list.
2. Press ‘Add’ and NVR information that desired to connect.






Name : Enter NVR name
Address : Enter NVR’s IP address
Port: Default is 10101. If changed, enter changed port.
Description (Optional): enter comment.
User : select NVR user account
Password: enter password for NVR user.
3. Click ‘OK’ to save information and complete the
registration.
4. Press double click NVR list on connection list and ‘Connection’ button.
Note: Auto Detection requires specific service. To use this service, install ‘Apple® Bonjour®’
service on remote PC
Note : Set NVR name when you use multiple systems.
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Favorite setup
Manage multiple site. Up to 64 different cameras and sites can be monitored.
1. Start Remote software
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Press
button and select ‘Favorite’ tab.
Press ‘Add’ button.
Enter group name and description.
Select ‘Layout’ and choose layout.
Click ‘site’ field and select one of site and
camera.
*Only Registered site can be displayed.
NVR status
Click buttons on right side to display to display NVR status. It shows NVR status as follows.
Reload: Refresh the latest NVR status info.
Reset Alarms: Turn off activated Alarms on the NVR.
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GPS
Displays NVR tracking under playback mode. GPS data is
recorded with images using built in GPS on Mobile NVR. This
data will be displayed on Google Map under playback mode.
You can check latitude, longitude, speed, direction angle etc.
Remote Playback (Search)
1. Press search button
and connect
NVR with connect
button.
2. Select date on calendar and time on
screen.
3. Playback image with control buttons.
Button
Description
Move to the first
Reverse playback (1~64x)
1 frame move to backward
Pause
1 frame move to forward
Forward playback (1~64x)
Move to the end
* In search mode, it displays a channel image of the closest time.
* Audio playback is only available on single channel playback.
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Go to Time
1. Click
icon and enter time.
2. Click
icon to refresh and update calendar information.
3. Playback image with control buttons.
Event Search
1. Press event search icon
mode.
in playback
2. Select the date, event type and camera.
3. Then select one of event desired to playback.
Saves recorded data
1. Move to Playback mode.
2. Click
icon and select ‘Backup(.strg) or (.exe)’..
3. Specify file name, duration and camera.
* ‘.strg’ requires remote s.w to playback.
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Playback backup data
1.
2.
3.
4.
Run remote software.
Press ‘connect’
button.
Click ‘Backup’ tab and select backup file.
Click ‘Connect’ button to playback.
Playback HDD data on PC
1.
2.
3.
4.
Connect HDD with USB cables.
Remote s.w should be installed on PC.
Run Remote s.w on PC (*run as administrator)
Click
button and move to ‘Storage’ tab to
display HDD data.
* Click ‘Reload’ button to refresh data.
5. Double click one of list and click ‘Connection’
button
* Run Smartviewer AUTO v1.0 as ‘Run as
administrator’ to display recorded data list on
‘Storage tab’.(In Higher version than Widows
Vista)
* To supply enough power, use cables as below picture. Double USB port required to supply
enough power to HDD.
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Smartviewer AUTO v1.0 Setup
Remote Software setup
Click
and ‘Setup’ to enter Remote software setup menu.
System
 Product: Displays general information of
the S/W
 Software Version: Displays current S/W
version
 Secondary Monitor: Select the secondary
monitor when using multi monitors on PC
 Event Pop-up Duration: Set the time
duration for a camera display when it is
displayed in full screen mode in case of
event.
 Reconnect Automatically: Set auto
reconnection on Live if the connections is
ended by any chances.
 Load: Load saved data for settings for remote software
 Save as: Save current settings of remote software
 Default: Set default settings of remote software
 Log..: Displays logs
Display
 Maintain Aspect Ratio (4:3): Keep 4:3
ratio on display screen
 Use Alpha-Blending: Enables alphablending effect to S/W UI
 Video Acceleration: Enhances natural live
image display.
*Do not select this option if live display is
wrong. Some PC graphic card does not
support nor compatible this option
 Language: Select language option for the
remote software. This follows OS language.

Date/Time Format: Select Date/Time
Format for the remote software
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Sequence
Set sequence mode and sites from registered sites
1. Move to ‘Sequence’ tab on Setup.
2. Select the site on the list left side.
3. Click
>
button and add to sequence list.
4. To move all sites, click
>>
button.
5. Set sequence duration.(interval time)
* Only selected sites can be sequenced on live
monitoring
User setup
1. Move to ‘User’ tab on setup.
2. Press ‘Add’ button to add user.
3. Enter user name and set password.
4. Check necessary permissions on list.
5. Press ‘OK’
6. Select newly added user and his authority is correct..
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REMOTE setup connected Devices
1. Connect NVR first.
* if not connected, press connect button and
connect device first.
2. Click
button on top of right and select
‘Remote Setup’.
3. Display connected device’s setup screen as
same as local device.
*Setup menu and usage is same as local device.
4. To exit setup, press ‘menu->exit’.
Remote upgrade
1. Prepare upgrade file from your provider.
2. Go to ‘Remote Setup’ and move to ‘System>Information’ page.
3. Press ‘Upgrade’ button and select upgrade file.
4. Proceed upgrade.
* Do not close or power off system until the upgrade process is over.
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Call Back
‘Callback’ installed together with remote software. Callback receives event list from NVRs through
network.
1. Go to ‘Start->Program->Nemon2’ and run ‘Nemon Callback2’.
2. Callback Icon displayed on windows task bar.
3. Click Callback icon to display Callback window.
4. To connect NVR, select a log and click live or playback icon below.
 Clear : clear all logs on callback window
 Log: Open log search window. (up to 100,000 logs
can be saved. 1,000 logs display per search. To see
more, click ‘More’ button. To export, press export
and save logs (txt or csv format)
 Setup: Set port for call back.
* UDP port needs to be set (open) to transmit Callback if Firewall is being used
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MobileViewer iPolisAuto
User can do live view, Search playback and setup configuration on mobile device. (Android / iOS)
How to use
1. Search with the key word ‘iPolisAuto’ in ‘App Store’ or ‘Play Store’.
Android
Description
Press android’s menu button
to see the detail menu. User
can add, Edit and delete
NVR Site .
Select site
and
connection
mode.
iPhone
In iOS, use
buttons
to add , edit and delete site
list.
Displayed lists are the
registered NVR site and
‘Auto’ button will display the
NVRs which are searched on
network.
Select connection mode on
below.’Live / Playback / Setup
2. Live mode
Android
Description
Camera
displays current camera list and select desired channel to
see live view.
Event
Display NVR’s live events
Alarm
Display alarm control list.
Default live display is single division and 4divisions can be displayed in one live pane.
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iPhone
3. Search
Android
Description
iPhone
In Search mode, there are Event, Time information displays.
Click date and it displays event lists on selected date. To do
time search, press and hold time line for 3 seconds, it displays
time on selected position.
Adjust desired event or time to load recorded data and you can
control playback with control buttons.
Max. 4 channels can be playback in same time and 1~32x
speed control available.
In Event search playback, use
button and select option to
playback desired event and camera.
4. Setup configuration
Android
Description
iPhone
Same Setup UI provided on mobile device like local NVRsetup. * Not available these features. ‘Configuration
Export / Import, System upgrade, Log export)
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Appendix
System Specification
Video
N/W Camera
Installation
Performance
OS
Recording
Event
Network
Storage
Backup
Search
Interface
Video
Audio
Alarm
Others
Inputs
Resolution
Protocols
Camera Setup
Viewer
Multi Screen
Monitor display
Compression
Rec. bit rate
Record Rate
Record Mode
Overwrite modes
Pre-alarm
Post-Alarm
Source
Ethernet
Transmission
speed
Max. Remote
users
Protocol support
Monitoring
SRM-872
Up to 8CH
CIF, VGA, 4CIF, 1.3M, 2M, 3M
ONVIF
Resolution, Frame rate, bit rate setup.
Built-in Webviewer
1/4/9
Embedded Linux
H.264, MJPEG
64Mbps
Up to 240fps @1280 x 720 (1.3M)
Emergency, Schedule (Time/Event)
Continuous, Auto Deletion w/ Retention duration
Up to 30 sec.
Up to 6 hour.
Sensor, MD, V-Loss, G-Sensor, IP camera event
Gigabit Ethernet x 1, FE x8 w/PSE
Up to 1Gbps.
Live (10)/ Search(3)/ Setup (1)
TCP/IP, DHCP, SMTP, NTP, HTTP, DDNS, RTP, RTSP
CMS, Webviewer, Smart-phone Viewer.
Connection Mode
Internal HDD
Removable
USB
File Format
Backup Viewer
Function
Static/DHCP
1 HDD(2.5”) or 1 SSD
Micro SD(Industrial, Max 32GB)
2 USB Ports (use 2 ports below)
STRG(NVR Player), EXE(Include Player), AVI
Search Playback on Google Map
8ch Search/Playback, GPS information, G-Sensor
Inputs
Output
Inputs
Compression
Ext. Audio Output
Inputs
Outputs
Ethernet
USB
GPS
8 RJ-45 (PoE Support)
1 HDMI, 1 VGA, Up to 1080p
Network Camera audio input, up to 8CH
G.711, G.726
1 Phone Jack (main unit), 1 RCA Connector(Control BOX)
Terminal 8 inputs, NO/NC
Terminal 8 outputs, NO/NC
1 RJ45 (10/100/1000 Base-T Ethernet)
3 USB(2.0 High Speed)
1 SMA
Functions
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Power
Management
General
Electrical
Shutdown Delay
Input Voltage
Power
consumption
Camera Power
Output
Operating
Environmental
Temp./Humidity
1 Min. ~ 30 Min. (User selectable)
12V ~ 24V DC
Max. 30 W
Max. 8 W per channel, Total 64W(PoE, IEEE 802.3af )
-25°C to +50°C (-13°F to +122°F) / 20% to 85% RH
ㆍ SYSTEM : 225.5(W)x 59(H) x 312.2(D) mm
Mechanical
Dimension
(W x H x D)
ㆍ I/O Box : 155(W) X 44(H) X 70(D) mm
ㆍ Control Box : 121(W) X 32(H) X 75(D) mm
ㆍ SYSTEM : 2.17 Kg
Approvals
Weight
(With Out HDD)
ㆍ I/O Box : 0.35Kg
EMC/Safety
Shock, Vibration
ㆍ Control Box : 0.18Kg
CE, FCC, cUL, e-Mark, KCC, EN50155
MIL STD-810F method 514.5, EN61373
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Default Configurations
Classification
Details
System
Information
Vehicle
System
Date & Time
Date & Time
NTP
NVR Name
Remote controller ID
Company
Manufacture
Model
Registration No.
License No.
Driver
System shut down
Delay
Time zone
Daylight saving
Date
Time
Use NTP
NTP Server
(NTP) Interval
Holiday
user
user
Group
Camera
Camera
Covert
Device
Audio
Alarm
Alarm
Schedule
Display
Display
Displays
Monitoring
PIP
Resolution
Record
Record
Record
Auto Login
Auto Logout
User
Group
Title
Protocol
ID
Password
Day
From ~ to
Mode
Camera
Select Audio
Name
Alarm Duration
Title
Type
Day
From ~ to
Mode
Alarm
Language
Hide Status Bar
Sequence Interval
Event popup
Size
Position
Resolution
Overwrite
User Emergency Rec.
Auto deletion
Time Record
Event Record
Emergency Record
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Value
None
0
None
None
None
None
None
None
5
GMT
OFF
YY-MM-DD
12hours
OFF
None
1day
None
OFF
OFF
admin, guest
Administrator, Guest
CAM1~CAM8
ONVIF
admin
4321
All
00:00~24:00
OFF
1~8
None
AUDIO1~AUDIO8
10 sec.
ALARM1~ALARM8
NO
All
00:00~24:00
Event
1~8, Buzzer
English
Off
10 sec.
OFF
Small
Right bottom
1280x720
ON
ON
OFF
Full frame
Full frame
Full frame
Event
Schedule
WAN
Address
PoE
Network
Port
DDNS
Call back
Notification
Transmission
Sensor
Motion
Video loss
Email
Transmission
Sensor
Motion
Record
System
Event
System
Alarm
G-Sensor
IP Camera
Pre event duration
Emergency Record
Duration
Post Event Duration
Day
From ~ to
mode
Camera
Setting
Type
IP Address
Subnet mask
Gateway
DDNS server address
automatically
DNS server
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Use DHCP Server
IP Range Start
IP Range End
Network port
Web port
RTSP port
Use UPnP
Use DDNS
DDNS server
Product ID
Call Back Interval
Email interval
Add capture image on
email
Limit bandwidth(Kbps)
Select Sensor
Select Camera
Select record
Storage full
S.M.A.R.T. Threshold
Storage bad
Storage full
S.M.A.R.T.
No Record storage
Emergency recording
Use G-Sensor
Select IP Camera
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OFF
No Limite
1 min.
All
00:00~24:00
Time & event
1~8
Full frame
Static IP
192.168.1.200
255.255.255.0
192.168.1.1
OFF
8.8.8.8
10.0.0.1
255.255.255.0
ON
10.0.0.2
10.0.0.254
10101
80
554
OFF
OFF
smsungipolis.com
None
1 min
1 min
OFF
OFF
None
None
None
100 %
65℃ / 149℉
Buzzer, Alarm
Buzzer, Alarm
Buzzer, Alarm
Buzzer, Alarm
None
OFF
None
IO BOX Installation
1. Cautions on Installation
Inside IO Box G-Sensor included. Mind following installation guide when install.
-
No matter where you install, maintain level with your vehicle.
-
Install parallelize with vehicle moving direction and X, Y, Z axis on product case.
-
Check moving direction and axis and set DIP switch on front properly.
Ex) If installed following picture
Rear
Front
Set DIP switch as ‘Y-‘ as following picture.
2. Cautions.
Maintaining Level and Dip switch setup should be done before power input to device because IO
box calibrates G-sensor when system initialized. If not maintained level nor wrong dip switch setup,
system may fail to G-Sensor calibration. If failed to calibrate, G-Sensor output value would not be
adjusted again and it send sensor output data from IO box to main unit.
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Connector Pin Map
1. Power connector
-
VCC/ACC input range is 12Vdc ~ 24Vdc.
-
VCC power pin should be connected to battery on vehicle and connect ACC power pin to
accessory power on vehicle.
-
ACC. Power means the power on when turn key at ‘ACC’ mode..
-
2. IP camera input connection pin map

No.
PoE Power out / Data in
1
2
TX+, DC+
TX-, DC+
3
4
5
6
RX+, DCNot use
Not use
RX- DC-
7
8
Not use
Not use
When connect IP camera, it’s recommended to use ‘FTP’ or higher level of cable to
minimize noises from outside.
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3. UTP Cable Pin Map (IO Box 1/2, Ctrl Box)
-
RJ-45 Connector Pin map
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
-
IO Box1
Not use
Not use
IO Box TXD
VCC 12V
VCC 12V
IO Box RXD
GND
Detect Pin
IO Box2
Not use
Not use
Not use
Not use
Not use
Not use
Not use
Not use
Ctrl Box
Not use
GND
Analog Audio
VCC 12V
Ctrl Box TXD
GND
Ctrl Box RXD
Detect Pin
UTP Cable
Use Straight type UTP Cable.
4. Installation (IO Box, Control Box)
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5. IO Box D-SUB15 Pin Map
No.
1
Alarm / Sensor
Signal 1
No
9
Alarm/Sensor
Signal 5
2
GND
10
GND
3
Signal 2
11
Signal 6
4
GND
12
GND
5
Signal 3
13
Signal 7
6
GND
14
GND
7
Signal 4
15
Signal 8
8
GND

Sensor input connection
Connect one of sensor signal line to ‘Signal’ port and the other to ‘GND port.

Alarm output connection
It may causes malfunction of system when use alarm devices with excessive voltage or
electric current with ‘Open Collector’ type. Contact installer before use this type.
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FAQ
Problem
Action
The system does not turn on
and the LED indicator on the
front panel does not work at all.
 Check if the power supply system is properly connected.
 Check the system for the input voltage from the power source.
Video input is connected, but
some channels do not
display corresponding videos
 Check the video output connecting the camera's webviewer.
 Check if the network port is properly connected and the network setting
is set correctly
 Go to ‘Menu>Device>Camera>Setup’ and enter ID/PW for camera
again.
Only display logo continuously.
 Mainboard or software may defected. Call your service provider.
No screen displays on monitor
even it is connected.
 Press ‘zoom’ button on remote controller for 5 seconds. It adjusts
display resolution automatically.
Can’t release triggered alarm
 Change the ‘hour’ option on ‘menu>device>alarm>Schedule’ as ‘off’ or
‘Event’ mode.
Can’t access from PC to system




Check network cable is connected.
Check IP address configuration on PC.
Do network Ping Test.
Check if there’s another device which uses same IP address on
network.
System displays ‘NO HDD’ icon
and error message popup.
 Check HDD connection status. If there’s no problem in connection
status, call your service provider and ask them to check HDD..
System doesn’t’ do recording.
 Check live image first. If there’s no image on live, it won’t record.
 Check recording configuration is correct. If not configured correctly, it
won’t record.
Recorded image quality is not
good.
 Change ‘resolution’ and ‘bit rate’ option on ‘Menu>record>Record
profile’.
Recording frame rate is different
to configured frame on Camera
 If a camera connect and use multi profiles, it would services less
frames than configured frame rate.. Set camera as same profile with
single stream as much as you can. In other words, make them same
as ‘Record , live and network profile’.
Can’t receive GPS signal.
 Check GPS antenna connection status.
 Place GPS Antenna evenly out of vehicle toward sky. If antenna
installation is wrong, it receives unstable data with magnetic bottom
pad
G-Sensor event triggered on
Stop status.
 Remove the cable on IO Box and set dip switch properly according to
the vehicle’s moving direction and connect cable again.
Beep sound when power on
system.
 Beep sound would be generated by event configuration setup. See
event setup.
 When don’t use ‘Micro SD’, it would make beep sound until the HDD is
‘ready to use’ status. In case using Micro SD, data will be stored on it
until system temperature reaches to HDD writable point and it
switched to HDD when it reached to that temperature.
System still ‘on’ status after
ignition off.
 Check ‘Shutdown Delay’ option on ‘Menu->System Information’.
System hold power on status during configured time.
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OPEN SOURCE LICENSE REPORT ON THE PRODUCT
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


GPL Software : linux kernel, u-boot, busybox, parted, ntfs-3g
LGPL Software : glibc, ffmpeg
OpenSSL License : OpenSSL
Apache License : mDNSResponder
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