Multiplex Technology 4CH H.264 User manual

Multiplex 4CH/8CH/16CH
H.264
Network DVR
Support 3G/3.5G mobile
phone/PDA
(Symbian/Windows Mobile/iPhone/iPad/Blackberry/Android)
Support Mouse
User Manual
V1.0
INDEX
1
STARTING ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 6
1.1
PRODUCT SPECIFICATION ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6
1.2
WHAT ARE INSIDE THIS DVR PACKAGE? ----------------------------------------------------------- 8
1.3
STARTING THIS DVR --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 8
1.3.1 Before Turning On The DVR -------------------------------------------------------------------- 8
1.3.2 DVR local Setup----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 8
1.3.3 DVR Network Setup and Web Browser--------------------------------------------------------- 9
1.3.4 DVR information after Setup and others------------------------------------------------------- 9
1.3.5 CD content inside the package ------------------------------------------------------------------ 9
1.4
MENU TREE ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10
2
HARDWARE INTRODUCE--------------------------------------------------------------------------11
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
3
FRONT PANEL --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 11
REMOTE CONTROLLER ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 13
REAL PANEL ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 14
BASIC INPUT AND VGA/TV OUTPUT SWITCH--------------------------------------------------- 15
HDD INSTALL -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 16
PTZ CONTROL (RS-485) -------------------------------------------------------------------------- 17
LOGIN AND POP-UP MENU ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 18
3.1
LOGIN DVR ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 18
3.2
POP-UP MENU --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 18
3.2.1 『Multi-Screen』Display---------------------------------------------------------------------- 19
3.2.2 『Next Screen』Function---------------------------------------------------------------------- 19
3.2.3 『PTZ』Control Function--------------------------------------------------------------------- 20
3.2.4 『Information』Function --------------------------------------------------------------------- 21
3.2.5 『Playback』Function------------------------------------------------------------------------- 24
3.2.6 『Backup』Function--------------------------------------------------------------------------- 26
3.2.7 『Logout/Shutdown』Function--------------------------------------------------------------- 26
4
DVR SYSTEM CONFIGURE ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 27
4.1
SYSTEM TAB -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 27
4.1.1 『Common Setting』 --------------------------------------------------------------------------- 27
4.1.2 『Advance Setting』 --------------------------------------------------------------------------- 28
4.1.3 『Maintenance』 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 30
4.2
CHANNEL TAB ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 31
4.2.1 『Display』Setting ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 31
4.2.2 『Video Setting』 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 31
4.2.3 『PTZ』Setting --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 34
4.3
LIVE TAB ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 35
4.3.1 『Video Setting』 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 35
4.3.2 『Audio Setting』 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 36
4.4
RECORD TAB -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 37
4.4.1 『Record Schedule』Setting ------------------------------------------------------------------ 37
4.4.2 『Record Quality』Setting -------------------------------------------------------------------- 38
4.5
ALARM TAB --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 40
1
4.5.1 『Alarm In』Setting---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 40
4.6
NETWORK TAB ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 41
4.6.1 『IP Setting』 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 41
4.6.2 『Port Setting』 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 42
4.6.3 『Advance Setting』 --------------------------------------------------------------------------- 43
5
DVR NETWORK SURVEILLANCE WITH WEB BROWSER ----------------------------- 45
5.1
ENABLE DOWNLOAD UN-SIGNED ACTIVE CONTROL IF NECESSARY -------------------------- 45
5.2
TURN OFF UAC FOR WINDOWS 7 AND VISTA --------------------------------------------------- 45
5.3
MICROSOFT INTERNET EXPLORER (IE)----------------------------------------------------------- 46
IE Main Screen ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 46
5.4
OPERATION – FULL SCREEN/MULTI WINDOW --------------------------------------------------- 47
5.5
DVR REMOTE CONFIGURE ------------------------------------------------------------------------ 47
5.5.1 『DEVICE PARAMETER』TAB-------------------------------------------------------------- 48
5.5.2 『CHANNEL SETTING』TAB---------------------------------------------------------------- 49
5.5.3 『CHANNEL PARAMETER』TAB----------------------------------------------------------- 50
5.5.4 『ALARM SETTING』TAB ------------------------------------------------------------------- 51
5.5.5 『NETWORK MANAGMENT』TAB--------------------------------------------------------- 51
5.6
IE REMOTE PLAYBACK ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 53
5.6.1 Playback Window ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 53
5.6.2 Playback Operation ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 53
5.7
PTZ CONTROL -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 54
5.8
DEVICE INFOMATION ------------------------------------------------------------------------- 55
5.8.1 『SYSTEM INFO.』TAB ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 55
5.8.2 『CHANNEL STATUS』TAB ----------------------------------------------------------------- 55
5.8.3 『ALARM STATUS』TAB --------------------------------------------------------------------- 56
5.8.4 『NETWORK INFO.』TAB ------------------------------------------------------------------- 57
5.8.5 『LOG INQUIRY』TAB ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 57
5.9
BACKUP ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 58
6
MOBILE PHONE SURVEILLANCE ------------------------------------------------------------- 59
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
WINDOWS MOBILE --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 59
NOKIA/LG/SAMSUNG SYMBIAN S60 3RD AND 5TH MOBILE ------------------------------------ 60
LIST OF SYMBIAN SUPPORTED MOBILE PHONES ------------------------------------------------ 63
APPLE IPHONE AND IPAD -------------------------------------------------------------------------- 64
BLACKBERRY MOBILE ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 66
ANDROID (GOOGLE PHONE)----------------------------------------------------------------------- 72
7
TROUBLESHOOTING------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 75
8
APPENDIX ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 77
8.1
8.2
8.3
APPENDIX A-HDD CAPACITY/RECORDING TIME ESTIMATE ---------------------------------- 77
APPENDIX B– COMPATIBLE HDD LIST ---------------------------------------------------------- 77
APPENDIX C– COMPATIBLE USB PORTABLE DVD BURNER LIST ---------------------------- 78
2
CAUTION
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER.
NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
PLEASE REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
WARNING
TO PREVENT FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS
APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
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 users will be required to correct the
interference at their own expense.
FCC Caution: To assure continued compliance, use only shielded interface cables
when connecting to computer or peripheral devices. Any changes or
modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance
could void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.
This Class A digital apparatus meets all the requirements of the Canadian
Interference Causing Equipment Regulations.
3
LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
This users’ manual is supplied ‘as is’, with no warranties, be it expressed or implied,
including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability, suitability for any
exact purpose, or non-infringement of any third party’s rights.
This publication may include technical inaccuracies or typos. The manufacturer holds
the right to introduce any changes to the information contained herein, for any purpose,
including but not limited to, improvements of the publications and/or related to the
product, at any time, without prior notice.
DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTY
The supplier shall not be liable to any party or any person, except for replacement or
reasonable maintenance of this product, for the cases, included but not limited to the
following:
Any damage or loss, including but not limited to: direct/indirect, consequential,
special, exemplary use arising out of or related to the product;
Inappropriate use or negligence of the user in operation of the product, resulting in
personal injury or any damage;
Unauthorized disassembly, repair or modification of the product by the user;
Any problems or consequential inconvenience, loss or damage, caused by
connecting this product to devices of the third parties;
Any claim or action for damages, brought by any photogenic subject, be it a person
or organization, due to violation of privacy whereby the surveillance picture and/or
saved data becomes public or is used for the purpose other than surveillance.
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Read these instructions and keep them in a safe place for future reference.
Please refer all work related to the installation of this product to qualified service personnel or
system installers.
Do not operate the appliance beyond its specified temperature, humidity or power source
ratings.
Place the unit on a flat surface not prone to vibration or impact.
Use the appliance at temperatures between 0oC ~ +45oC (32oF ~ 113oF) and humidity below
85%.
The input power source for this appliance is between 90 ~ 264 VAC, 47 ~ 63 Hz.
Install the unit away from heat sources such as radiators, heat registers and stoves. Installation
of the unit near consumer electronics devices, such as stereo receiver/amplifiers and televisions,
is permitted as long as the air surrounding the terminal does not exceed the above mentioned
temperature range.
Handle hard disk drives with care.
It is possible to damage hard drives if they are moved while their motors are still running. To
4
allow the hard drive to spin down and park its heads, wait at least 10 seconds after
disconnecting power before moving the unit.
To avoid shock and vibration damage to the internal hard drive, do not move the unit while it is
plugged in.
Protect hard disk drives from static electricity.
Do not stack hard disk drives or keep them upright.
Do not use an electric or magnetic screwdriver to fix hard disk drives.
Do not place the unit in an enclosed area where the cooling vents are blocked or impede the
flow of air through the ventilation openings.
Protect the power cord from being stepped on or pinched particularly at plugs and the points
where they exit from the apparatus.
Do not drop metallic parts through slots. This could permanently damage the appliance. Turn
the power off immediately and contact qualified service personnel for service.
Handle the appliance with care. Do not drop or shake, as this may damage the device.
Do not expose the appliance to water or moisture, nor try to operate it in wet areas. Do not
install the unit in an area where condensation occurs. Do not operate with wet hands. Take
immediate action if the appliance becomes wet. Turn the power off and refer servicing to
qualified service personnel. Moisture may damage the appliance and also cause electric shock.
Do not use strong or abrasive detergents when cleaning the appliance body. When the dirt is
hard to remove, use a mild detergent and wipe gently.
Do not overload outlets and extension cords as this may result in a risk of fire or electric shock.
Please make a note of your settings and save them. This will help when you are required to
change the system configuration, or when an unexpected failure or trouble occurs.
Distributing, copying, disassembling, reverse compiling, reverse engineering, and also
exporting in violation of export laws of the software provided with this product, is expressly
prohibited.
CARING FOR THE ENVIRONMENT BY RECYCLING
When you see this symbol on a product, do not dispose of the product with
residential or commercial waste.
Recycling your Electrical Equipment
Please do not dispose of this product with your residential or commercial waste.
Some countries or regions, such as the European Union, have set up systems to
collect and recycle electrical and electronic waste items. Contact your local
authorities for information about practices established for your region
COPYRIGHT STATEMENT
All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form or by any means,
transcribed, translated into any language or computer language, transformed in any other way,
stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical,
recording, photocopying or otherwise, without the prior written permission of the owner.
5
1 Starting
1.1 Product Specification
Channel
4CH_DVR
8CH_DVR
16CH_DVR
Video Input
4 Channel
BNC_1Vp-p_75Ω
8 Channel
BNC_1Vp-p_75Ω
16 Channel
BNC_1Vp-p_75Ω
Audio Input
4 Channel
BNC_2Vp-p_600Ω
8 Channel
BNC_2Vp-p_600Ω
16 Channel
BNC_2Vp-p_600Ω
VGA Output
Composite/TV
Output
Interface
1 x D-SUB-15 Connector Max. Resolution: 1024x768@75Hz
Support 4:3 and 16:9 display ratio
1 x BNC Connector 1Vp-p_75Ω, One Call out only for 16CH_DVR
(VGA and Composite/TV output cannot output concurrently for 4CH)
Audio Out
1 x BNC_2Vp-p_600Ω
USB ports
2 x USB port at real panel
RS485/PTZ
1 x RS485
Network
Alarm In
Alarm Out
Power
HDD Disk
Function
RJ45 10/100Mbps AUTO MDI
4 pairs
16 pairs
1 Relay Output
4 Relay Output
DC12V/3.5A or DC12V/5A(optional for 2 HDD)
2 x SATA Ports
DC12V/6A or AC
90~264V, 200W(optional
for 4 HDD)
4 x SATA Ports
User Interface
Multi-Language Support, Mouse Operation, Easy Graphic User Interface,
On-Screen Display of Recording, HDD Access and Alarm Status.
Record
Normal Record、Motion Detection Record、Alarm Trigger Record.
Record Quality (Bit Rate) and Resolution can configure by each individual channel
When HDD Storage is Full, DVR Gradually Overwrite Oldest Video Automatically
Playback
Time-line Display of 24 Hours footage in Each Day, Easy Drag & Drop Control of
Fast Forward and Rewind. Support 4ch/8ch audio/video playback at the same time.
Video Backup
Support USB Pen Drive/Flash Disk, Portable HDD, USB CD/DVD Burner, only for
AVI format
Network
Support PPPOE client, DHCP client, Dynamic DNS.
Internet Explorer Client Support Live Monitor, Remote Playback, Remote Upgrade
Remove DVR Configure and DVR Status.
Support Dual Steaming for Local Recording and Network Transmit.
6
Record
Function
Mobile
Surveillance
Support Nokia Symbian, iPhone 3G/3GS, Windows Mobile
PTZ Control
Support Pelco-P、Pelco-D,Samsung , Panasonic Protocol
Alarm
Support 4/16 pairs of input connector, 1/4 relay output.
Support Multi-Region Video Motion Detection.
Both Event Can Trigger Video Record, PTZ Preset Point, E-Mail Notify and Alarm
Output Enable.
Event Log
Automatic keep track of DVR operation and DVR Alarm History.
Configure
System Setting, Live Display Setting, Record and Schedule Setting.
Account
Support Multi-User Account. Configurable Operate Authority For Normal User
Account. 【Admin 】Super Account With Fully Access Authority and cannot
modify.
Compression
H.264
Video System
NTSC / PAL
Record
Resolution
PAL: 352X288 (CIF) ,704X576 (D1)
NTSC: 352X240 (CIF),704X480 (D1)
Frame Rate
CIF: 25fps_PAL / 30fps_NTSC per channel
D1: 6fps_PAL / 7fps_NTSC per channel
Encode Bit Rete
Live Resolution
Playback
Resolution
Playback
Function
256 ~ 2048kbps
PAL: 704x576 (D1)
PAL: 352x288 (CIF) 704x576 (D1)
4CH Audio/video
playback at the same time,
16x ~ /16 Fast Forward
and Single Step Forward.
8CH Audio/video
playback at the same time,
16x ~ /16 Fast Forward
and Single Step Forward.
Audio
Audio
Horizontal:450 Vertical:450
ADPCM
Sample Rate
8KHz
Audio Channel
Mono
Sample
16 Bits
SATA HDD
16CH Audio/video
playback at the same time,
16x ~ /16 Fast Forward
and Single Step Forward.
Maximum 2TB or 4TB(optional)
Maximum 4TB or
8TB(optional)
Storage
Backup Device
Portable USB HDD, USB DVD/CD Burner, USB Flash Disk
7
1.2 What are inside this DVR package?
When unpack the DVR retail box, you may find the following:
• This DVR device
• This hard copy user manual(for reference only, please refer to soft copy inside the
CD for more details)
• Change Notice inserts or file inside the CD root if any change on the DVR
operations.
• CD(Manuals, mobile software), please refer to Appendix D for details
• Remote control with battery(option)
• Power adaptor with power cord
• Installation precautions, grounding wire and 4 screws for HDD
• USB Mouse (optional, depends on the model)
• Hard disk drive (optional, the installer may have set up for you), if you would like to
install Hard disk drive, please see Appendix B for the list of compatible HDDs)
1.3 Starting this DVR
1.3.1 Before Turning On The DVR
Please install SATA HDD in the Hard Disk Tray. (Chapter 2.5 and Appendix B)
Please refer to Chapter 2.4 for all connections.
To use the remote controller (Chapter 2.2)
If want to use web browser or 3G/3.5G mobile phones from internet, you have
to apply the Internet connection service, please contact your mobile service provider
for details.
1.3.2 DVR local Setup
Please wait for about 45 ~ 60 seconds for the system to start up.
VGA port and TV(Composite) can not display at the same for 4CH DVR, if
can not see the display, please press and Hold
,
over 5 Seconds
and release will switch VGA or TV (CVBS) Output
Please login the system (Chapter 3.1), and then physically format the HDDs
(Chapter 4.1.3). (Please note that the HDD cannot be used for recording if
they are not formatted by this DVR yet.)
Please refer to Chapter 1.4 for all basic operations path in the Menu Tee
Please refer to Chapter 4.1.1 to setup the system correctly, esp. for NTSC/PAL,
VGA Resolution, Time & Language.
Please refer to Chapter 4.3.1 for Preview Cruise(Rotation Display) and screen
adjustment.
Please refer to Chapter 4.4 for recording setting.
Please refer to Chapter 3.2.5, Chapter 3.2.6 to search, playback, and backup the
recorded video/audio.
Please refer to Chapter 4.2.2 for motion Detection, Privacy Mask, Video Lost, and
Chapter 4.5 for Alarm setting; and Even Handle as well
Please refer to Chapter 2.6 for PTZ camera connection, Chapter 4.2.3 and Chapter
3.2.3 to set up and control the PTZ cameras correctly.
Please refer to Chapter 4.6 for Network Setting including DHCP/Static IP/PPPoE,
8
ports no., DDNS and E-mail Server
1.3.3 DVR Network Setup and Web Browser
Please refer to Chapter 5 for remote access(live view, playback, backup and set up)
via internet or intranet from PC/Laptop
Please refer to Chapter 6 for remote access via internet or intranet from 3G/3.5G
mobile phones(Windows Mobile, Nokia Symbian S60 3rd/ and 5th Edition OS,
Google Android, Black Berry OS 4.x and Apple iPhone/iPad.)
1.3.4 DVR information after Setup and others
Please refer to Chapter 7 for trouble shooting if any problems
Please refer to Chapter 3.2.4(local) or Chapter 5.8(Network) for DVR Device
information such as System Info., Channel Status, Alarm Status, Network Info., and
LOG
Please refer to Appendix A for the estimated recording time.
Please refer to Appendix B and Appendix C for the compatible HDD/USB portable
DVD Burner List
1.3.5 CD content inside the package
* Multiplex H264 DVR Utility V1.0
1.
DVR User Manual or Change Notice file(if any change) in the root
2.
WebOcxClean.dat in the root- to delete the old Active X components from the PC
web client if this DVR upgraded by new software or conflicted with other DVR,
please close IE before run it
3.
Windows mobile software for 5.0/6.0/6.1 Windows PDA: “amplayersetup.CAB” in
the /Mobile Phone software/Windows Mobile
4.
Symbian S60 3rd mobile software: “QQeye_3rd_240x320.sisx”, or
“QQeye_3rd_320x240.sisx” in the /Mobile Phone software/Symbian S60 3rd
5.
Symbian S60 5th mobile software: “QQeye_5th.sisx” in the /Mobile Phone
software/Symbian S60 5th
6.
BlackBerry software “QQEye.alx/QQEye.cod” in the /Mobile Phone
software/BlackBerry
7.
Android software “QQeye_ceshi.apk” in the /Mobile Phone software/Android,
please change your Android phone language to be “English” before install
9
1.4 Menu Tree
10
2 Hardware Introduce
2.1 Front panel
1. CHANNEL 1 ~ 4 / or 1~8/ or 1 ~16,
,
Using these buttons you can choose to output video on your monitor either as a full-screen
view of each of the cameras individually (Channels 1 through 4/*8 depending on the model),
or from all Channels simultaneously (Quad).
Press and Hold over 5 Seconds and release will switch VGA or TV (Composite) Output
2. MENU
Displays the main menu
3. ESC
Use this button to exit any active windows
4. REC
Start or Stop manual recording
11
5. Backup
Opens video search and backup menu
6. Play /Pause (
)
Open video search and playback menu. When the playback mode is activated press this
button to play/pause playback
7. PTZ
(Pan-Tilt-Zoom) High Speed Dome camera functionality
8.
、
、
、
、 Enter
Use arrow buttons to move among the menu items. Press
press
,
,
to move to selection boxes,
to select submenu parameters. Press Enter to confirm your choice
9. Record LED
LED lights indicating DVR recording video.
10. Power LED
LED lights indicating your connection to the power supply
12
2.2 Remote Controller
No.
Name
1
Alarm reset
2
REC
3
Numeric
buttons
Description
Clears the alarm input or alarm output
status.
Manual recording. Has the same
function as the
button on the
device’s front panel.
Input numbers or select to change
relevant channels.
Enter the main menu.
Switch from the single window view
mode to multiple split view mode
4
Functional
Buttons
Return to upper menu, same as the
button on the front panel
Enable PTZ control, same as the
button on the front panel
Play in slow mode / rewind
Play/Pause
5
Stop
Playback
Control
Fast forward
Go to next frame
FN
6
7
8
Picture
Adjustment
Parameters
Arrow
Buttons
DEL
Function, access to auxiliary settings.
Buttons for adjusting brightness
Buttons for adjusting contrast
Similar to the functions of arrow
buttons on the front panel
DELETE button
13
2.3 Real Panel
(4-8CH_DVR Real Panel View)
(16CH_DVR Real Panel View)
1.
USB connectors
Use these USB ports to connect the backup devices (flash drive, DVD recorder).
2.
3.
USB Mouse Connector
Audio Output Connector
1 channel audio output, RCA (2Vp-p, 600Ω)
(8ch/16ch will use D-SUB cable for audio input/output)
4.
Audio Input Connectors (AUDIO IN 1-4/1-8/1-16)
4 channel audio input, RCA (2Vp-p, 600Ω)
(8ch/16ch will use D-SUB cable for audio input/ouput)
5.
Video Input Connectors (1-4/1-8/1-16)
4 channel video input, BNC (1Vp-p, 75Ω)
6.
Video Output Connector(CVBS)
Video output to display monitor, BNC (1Vp-p, 75Ω)
7.
Ethernet Connector
14
RJ-45 10/100 Base-T Ethernet network
8.
VGA Connector
For connecting VGA/LCD monitor
9.
Alarm Input Connectors (ALARM IN 1-4, 5-6 Ground)
For connecting to external sensor device (for 16ch:Alarm in1-8,10-17; 9,18Gronud)
Alarm Output Connectors (ALARM OUT 7-8)
For connecting to external alarm device (for 16ch: alarm out:1+-,2+-,3+-,4+-)
RS-422 / RS-485 Connector
For connecting PTZ camera control ( RS485 :TX+, TX-)
10. Power Switch
11. Power Input Socket (12V DC)
12. Cooling fan/CALL OUT(only for 16CH)
13. Audio Input/output Connector (Only for 8Channel)
Connect with attached DB9PIN to RCA cable adapter for audio input/output.
TV(Composite) and VGA output can not be at the same time for 4CH, please press
for more than 5 seconds and release to switch
,
2.4 Basic Input and VGA/TV Output Switch
Cameras
Connect each of the cameras’ outputs to the video input socket in the rear panel of
the DVR using appropriate cables. The video input interface is a standard BNC
connector, 1Vp-p, 75 Ω. Please keep the video signal cable away from strong
electromagnetic and electric interference.
Audio Connection
The audio input interface is a standard RCA socket, 2Vp-p, 600 Ω.
Please keep the audio signal cable away from strong electromagnetic and electric
interference.
Remark: for audio input, please consider “ACTIVE MICROPHONE” to
increase input voice level for better audio record quality.
Monitor
Connect the main output connector to a monitor or a TV screen. Use the
BNC-to-RCA connector to work with the Audio/Video RCA cable.
Power
Please use the 12V DC adapter supplied for connecting your DVR device with the
power source.
Alarm Input/output
Connect Alarm In 1-4 to N.O. (Normally Open) or N.C. (Normally Closed) alarm
connectors and one Ground connection. Connect Alarm Out to the corresponding
connections and Ground accordingly.
4/8 channel
16channel
15
For detailed description please see Chapter 4.5.1 Alarm In Setting
Ethernet
For remote access to the video images from your cameras via LAN or the Internet,
please connect the standard RJ-45 twisted-pair Ethernet cable to the Ethernet
connector.
USB
For connecting the mouse, USB flash drive, USB portable HDD, USB portable DVD
Recorder (for the list of compatible HDDs see Appendix 3, for the list of compatible
DVD Recorders see Appendix 4).
2.5 HDD Install
Before you can record onto your HDD it should be formatted by the DVR
system, because standard PC formatting is not compatible. It can be done
in the Maintenance Tab of the Tool Bar Main Menu. Please refer to
Section 7.5.3 HDD Manage for the detailed description of this process.
Depending on the size of your HDD, the format process can take several
minutes.
Your HDD should be installed inside the DVR. Please connect the HDD in the standard
16
way. All necessary cables are delivered with the DVR. Use instructions that came
together with the hard drive for exact wiring. Please connect the power cable to the
appropriate socket, and the data cables to their corresponding connectors.
For the list of HDD drives tested for compatibility please see Appendix 3.
2.6 PTZ Control (RS-485)
Connect the PTZ control jacks to the corresponding RS422/RS485 TX+ and TXinterfaces on the rear panel.
(4/8 channel DVR)
(16 Channel DVR)
For detailed description of PTZ protocols, baud rates and IDs, please refer to the
setup section in the PTZ manual.
17
3 Login and Pop-up Menu
3.1 Login DVR
Switch on your DVR and wait for the system program to load. If you have not yet installed
any hard disk drive into the device, a buzzer will sound and the “No Hard Disk” message
will appear on the screen, for HDD install and format, please refer to Chapter 2.5 and 4.1.3
When you enter the system you will be asked to log in. Select user name and input
password in order to operate the device. Move mouse and click text box to show on-screen
keyboard for input text and number. Click “Caps” to capitalize text and click “12@#” to
input number. Press OK to confirm or Cancel to clear the field and enter another value.
Default password for Admin User is “888888”
Press “Play /Pause (
)” on the front panel and release until Beep sound
will get back to this default password if forget
3.2
Pop-up Menu
After enter DVR live screen, please click mouse right button to open Pop-up Menu:
18
3.2.1 『Multi-Screen』Display
Click 『Multi-Screen』,it will show more display options:
(PS : 4CH only support single channel or four channel display, 8CH only support
Single/Four/Six/Eight channel display.. Other options cannot work)
3.2.2 『Next Screen』Function
4CH DVR:Switch to 『Single Channel』mode, click 『Next Screen』,DVR will
switch to next single channel windows in sequence.
8CH DVR:
Switch to 『Single Channel』mode, click 『Next Screen』,DVR will
switch to next single channel windows in sequence.
Switch to『Four Channel』mode, click『Next Screen』,DVR will switch
from 1 /2 /3 /4 screen to 5 /6 /7 /8 screen.
19
Switch to 『Six Channel』mode, click 『Next Screen』,DVR will switch
from 1 /2 /3 /4 /5 /6 screen to 3/ 4/ 5 /6 /7 /8 screen.
16CH DVR:
Switch to 『Single Channel』mode, click 『Next Screen』,DVR will
switch to next single channel windows in sequence.
Switch to『Four Channel』mode, click『Next Screen』,DVR will switch
from 1 /2 /3 /4 screen to 5 /6 /7 /8 screen.
Switch to 『Six Channel』mode, click 『Next Screen』,DVR will switch
from 1 /2 /3 /4 /5 /6 screen to 3/ 4/ 5 /6 /7 /8 screen.
Switch to 『Eight Channel』mode, click 『Next Screen』,DVR will
switch from 1 /2 /3 /4 /5 /6 /7 /8 screen to 9/ 10/ 11/ 12/ 13/ 14/ 15/ 16
Switch to 『Nine Channel』mode, click 『Next Screen』,DVR will
switch from 1 /2 /3 /4 /5 /6 /7 /8 /9 screen to 8/ 9/ 10/ 11/ 12/ 13/ 14/ 15/
16
Switch to 『Sixteen Channel』mode, click 『Next Screen』,DVR will
switch from 1 /2 /3 /4 /5 /6 /7 /8 /9 /10/ 11/ 12/ 13/ 14/ 15/ 16 screen
3.2.3 『PTZ』Control Function
There are two modes for 『PTZ』camera control:
A. Switch to 『Single Channel』mode,right click mouse to show the Pop-up
menu then click 『PTZ』. There is a message bar will show up as picture 3.2.3.
In the meantime, moving mouse cursor to control PTZ camera direction.
Use mouse wheel to adjust Zoom in / Zoom out function.
B. In multi-screen mode, move mouse and left click to select one channel. Right
click to show Pop-up menu and click 『PTZ』. DVR will automatic switch to
single channel with PTZ control function.
(Remark_1: There is no direction icon for PTZ control in this model. Mouse operate only)
(Remark_2 : Please configure PTZ protocol in order to control PTZ camera)
Under PTZ model, right click mouse can open『Preset』,『Path』and『Cruise』
menu as Picture 3.2.3.1. User can call pre-define PTZ camera position by Preset
point. In addition, user can combine multi preset point as Path and Cruise.
20
For setting preset point, path and Cruise please refer to PTZ configure chapter.
The icons
from left to right are 『Small Iris』, 『Big
Iris』, 『Near Focus』, 『Far Focus』, 『Zoom In』 and 『Zoom Out』
3.2.4 『Information』Function
It will shows DVR software/hardware and operating information.
A. System Info
•
•
•
•
Current Software Version
Current Hardware Version
Language Amount (how many language options for this DVR)
Hard Disk Info:
a. Available Free Disk Space /HDD Total Space
b. How Many Hours Remain for Record
21
B. Channel
It will show record parameter for each channel:
• No(Channel No.).: 1 ~ 4 or 1 ~ 8 CH or 1 ~ 16CH
• Status(Recording):
• Type(Recording): Manual, Motion or Alarm.
• Rates: Recording bit Rate
• FPS : Recording Frame Rate:
• Size: Resolution (D1, Half D1 or CIF)
• Motion: Indicate whether motion detected
(PS. Click Column name can sort by the content, user can use mouse to move Column
borders to see wording clearly in case of being hidden )
C. Alarm In
•
•
No. - Channel Number, Display 1 ~ 4 or 1 ~ 8 CH or 1 ~ 16CH
Type : Normal Open(NO) or Normal Close (NC)
Status:Display equipment status in normal or alarm triggered.
22
D. Network Info
•
•
•
•
MAC Address : Each DVR must have unique MAC address
IP Address: Current DVR IP address
Gateway: Network gateway IP address
PPPoE Dial-up:
◦ State:it will show if 『Connected』f PPPoE dial-up successful, in
contrast it will show 『Not Connect』.
◦ IP Address: it will show current IP address after PPPoE connected.
• DDNS:
◦ State:when DDNS function was enable in DVR it will show 『Open
』. In contrast, it shows 『Close』.
◦ Domain name:show current domain name setting.
E. LOG View
•
•
•
Adjust year by click ◄ ► icon
Adjust month by click ◄ ► icon
Decide target query date by mouse left click in calendar window
23
•
•
Choose 『Journal Type』from following options『All, Operation, Abnormal
and Event』
Click 『Query』, DVR start search data and list in right window
Click column header can sort journal list
After Query, it will show the page list, you can click 『Previous』/『Next
』 or input page no., and click『Goto』to find the page
(User can use mouse to move Column borders to see wording clearly in case of being hidden )
3.2.5 『Playback』Function
It will show the screen as below; the dates being recorded will have lighter
color(brown one).
Pick up a date and click 『Play』as below:
24
24 Hours scale
Start playback point
Recorded time interval
Shift playback point
One Hour
Shift playback point
, from left to right they are 『Play』, 『Pause
』, 『Fast backward』, 『Fast forward』, 『Step』 and 『Exit』
Move the 『Start playback point』 to the 『Recorded time interval 』 and
『Play』, it will show all the channels as below:
Please note you can not choose individual channel for playback.
Click the information
on the left down corner, to see on the OSD bottom
as below to show 4 channels recording status (BLUE) at one time
25
Use
to see other channels recording status for 8CH/16CH DVR, it
will show 4 channels at one time
3.2.6 『Backup』Function
Before doing this, please put the USB device like Pen Drive, portable USB
HDD/DVD Writer into the DVR USB port, otherwise it will show “Not found
USB device”.
.
Select the『Date』, 『Channel』,『Recording Type』(All, Schedule, Motion, and
Alarm), and 『Backup Device』, click 『Query』 to find the necessary files, to be
listed on the right window, click the □ to choose the files and 『Backup』to start.
It will show the Usable Capacity(MB) of the『Backup Device』, and will show “no
more space to backup” if files capacity selected over Usable Capacity, and
“Backup Completed!” if finished.
The backup format is only AVI with head, can be played in any players like WMP,
VLC and Quick time, H264 codec, which can be download from below link:
http://kmplayer.kde.org/, http://codecguide.com/, http://mpc-hc.sourceforge.net/
3.2.7 『Logout/Shutdown』Function
It will show the screen as below, you can choose 『Logout』, 『Shutdown』
(shutdown the system) or『Cancel』(back to system):
26
4 DVR System Configure
4.1
SYSTEM Tab
4.1.1 『Common Setting』
•
•
•
Device Name:Use On-Screen to input DVR name
Language:Click ▼ icon to select language of screen text
Time:Display current Date and Time. Left click to modify value.
•
• Video Standard:Click ▼ icon to select NTSC or PAL system.
• VGA Resolution:Click ▼ icon to select VGA output resolution
only 1024 x 768 available now
(Remark_1: Make sure your Monitor support target resolution before apply setting)
(Remark_ 2: Adjust resolution setting only under VGA output mode)
(Remark_ 3: VGA output and TV output cannot output at the same time)
27
4.1.2 『Advance Setting』
•
•
Time Format:Click ▼ icon to select different format
DST settings:Click 『Set Up』to open sub setup window as below
•
Set up the DST(Saving Time) Start Time and Stop time so that
system time will be adjusted automatically when matched.
User Management:Click 『Set Up』to open sub setup window
it also shows user operation authority
28
(User can use mouse to move Column borders to see wording clearly in case of being hidden )
◦ Click 『Add』button to add new user account as follow window
Click text box to open On-screen keyboard for input text and number.
Admin user cannot modify user account’s password after create
account. Only login user can modify its own password.
◦ 『Delete』:Select user account from list to delete.
(Remark: Admin account cannot be deleted)
『Authority』:Configure user authority for follow DVR operations
29
Click □ icon to enable or disable authority operation of certain user
『Password』:Only login user can modify its own password.
Press “Play /Pause (
)” on the front panel and release until Beep sound
will get back to Admin default password if forget
•
HDD Overwrite:if set「Enable」then DVR will automatic overwrite oldest
data when HDD storage is full. If set「Disable」then DVR will stop record
when HDD storage is full.
4.1.3 『Maintenance』
• HD Management: Click『Set Up』to open sub window and format HDD in
DVR proprietary file system format.
Prior to recording video and audio feeds your HDD must be
formatted by the DVR device. You must be logged in as
Administrator to format HDD.
• Software Upgrade: Click『Set Up』can open sub windows to upgrade DVR
30
firmware by USB flash disk.
• Factory Default : get back to factory default setting
• Export Configuration : output this DVR setting to external USB device like
pen drive for other DVR set up use
• Import Configuration : input other DVR setting from external USB device
like pen drive, to save time for set up
4.2
CHANNEL Tab
4.2.1 『Display』Setting
Channel: Click ▼ icon to select channel number to apply setting or
select 「ALL」to apply setting to every channel.
Channel Name: Click text box to open On-Screen keyboard and input
channel name or description.
4.2.2 『Video Setting』
31
•
•
•
Channel: Click ▼ icon to select channel number to apply setting or select,
「ALL」to apply setting to every channel.
Motion Sensitivity: Click ▼ icon to selects from [Low, Middle, High, and
Highest] from the list or choice [Disable] to switch off
motion detection function.
Motion Area: Click『Set Up』to open sub window and configure motion
area block by block. Left Click to change state, blue color means enable
motion detection. Transparent color mean disable.
Right click mouse to exit and save setting. DVR will pop-up message box to
confirm the setting.
•
Event Handle:Click『Set Up』to open sub window and configure action.
◦ Trigger record: when certain channel has motion triggered,
DVR can record multiple channels(1 ~4/8/16)
◦ Trigger alarm out: Enable or disable alarm output when motion
triggered.
◦ Trigger buzzer: Enable or disable buzzer output when motion
triggered.
Trigger email: Enable or disable email sending when motion triggered
◦ Trigger Zoom out: Select the channel for zoom out when motion
32
•
•
trigger
Primary Mask: Click『Set Up』to open sub window and configure privacy
protection area most to 4 blocks by left click mouse, and being recorded;
blue color means enable, right click mouse to disable it; move mouse to
undefined areas and right click mouse back to the menu.
Video Lost:Click『Set Up』to open sub window and configure action.
◦ Trigger record: when certain channel has motion triggered,
DVR can record multiple channels(1 ~4/8/16)
◦ Trigger alarm out: Enable or disable alarm output when motion
triggered.
◦ Trigger buzzer: Enable or disable buzzer output when motion
triggered.
Trigger email: Enable or disable email sending when motion triggered
33
4.2.3 『PTZ』Setting
•
•
•
•
•
•
Video: Click ▼ icon to select channel number to apply setting.
Protocol: Click ▼ icon to select PTZ protocol from 『SAMSUNG、
PelcoD 、PelcoP、Panasonic』.
Baud Rate: Click ▼ icon to select PTZ baud rate from 1200 /2400
/4800/9600bps
PTZ Speed: Click ▼ icon to select camera speed from 01~16.
Bigger value mean camera move fast.
Address:PTZ camera ID address. Please check ID address from camera.
Preset and Trace: Click『Set Up』to open sub window
◦ Preset: Move camera position by mouse and adjust zoom ratio by
scroll mouse wheel. Choose number and click [Set.] to save preset
point.
Move camera to different position and click [Call] to test
setting.
◦ Path: Click [Rec.] at the beginning. Move camera to different position
34
•
or adjust zoom in/out ratio by mouse. DVR will save camera moving
path accordingly. Click [Stop] to save setting.
Cruise Path: Click『Set Up』to open sub window
◦ There are totally 8 preset point can add to cruise path. Each preset
point can assign how many seconds to hold before move to next point.
(Remark: 8 preset point can duplicate , ex.
4.3
01 → 02 → 03 → 05 → 01 → 08)
LIVE Tab
4.3.1 『Video Setting』
•
Video Setting:Select main video output interface from CVBS(TV
Composite Signal) or VGA.
(Remark: CVBS and VGA cannot output at the same time for 4CH )
(Remark: Configure VGA output resolution for your monitor before apply setting)
35
Press and Hold
•
•
•
,
over 5 Seconds and release will switch VGA or TV (CVBS) Output
Preview cruise time:Select the rotation display interval (5 sec., 10
sec……60sec.) or Close
Preview cruise way:Select the rotation display way, there are Single
Channel, Four Channel, Nine Channel
Screen Adjustment :Adjust the display screen if not right, select
Display Port(CVBS/VGA), and click the
adjust
,
,
,
to
4.3.2 『Audio Setting』
•
Audio Channel: Since only one audio channel can play in one time, click
▼ icon to select default audio channel when in LIVE screen. 01 ~ 04 or 01 ~
08 or 01 ~ 16
(Remark: This default audio channel will play only in multiple screen model, ex
4/6/8/9/16 screen. When DVR switch to single screen by double click mouse,
audio will also switch to curtain audio channel accordingly.)
36
4.4
RECORD Tab
4.4.1 『Record Schedule』Setting
•
•
•
Channel: Click ▼ icon to select channel to apply setting.
Record Audio: Select record type [Video & Audio] or [Video].
Record Schedule::Click『Set Up』to open sub window
◦ Each block represents 『1 Hour』in a day. Click left mouse to change
state in sequence of each block. Drag mouse on curtain block and copy
state to other block. Each color’s define were described in the
window(white means no record)
• 『Copy Parameter』: Copy schedule settings to other channel.
Click ▼ icon to select from 『ALL』 or
『01 ~ 04 or 01 ~ 08 or 01 ~16』
37
4.4.2 『Record Quality』Setting
•
•
Channel: Click ▼ icon to select channel number to apply setting.
Bit Rate: Click ▼ icon to select record quality from 8 different bit rate →
256K/384K /512K /640K /768K /1M /1.5M /2M bps
(Remark: High bit rate have better video quality but consume more storage space)
•
Frame Rate: Click ▼ icon to select record quality from 6 different frame
rate → 1 /3 /6 /12 /25 /30 FPS
(Remark: Higher frame rate mean more smooth movement in video
and consume more storage space)
•
Resolution: Click ▼ icon to select record resolution from 3 different size
→ CIF /Half D1 /D1
(Remark_1 Higher resolution have more clear video and consume more storage
space.)
(Remark_2: 4CH DVR total frame rate is 30fps at D1 solution and 60fps in Half D1
resolution; 8CH DVR total frame rate is 60fps at D1 resolution and 120fps in Half D1
resolution. 16CH DVR total frame rate is 120fps at D1 resolution and 240fps in Half
D1 resolution.If total frame rate exceed system maximum limit then system will show
sub window for user to adjust frame rate and resolution channel by channel.)
38
Click 『OK』to open sub window
Choose Size(Resolution) and Frame Rate channel by channel.
System will calculate total frame rate automatic for reference
39
4.5
ALARM Tab
4.5.1 『Alarm In』Setting
•
•
Alarm Input Channel: Click ▼ icon to select alarm input channel number
to apply setting.
Type: Click ▼ icon to select alarm input type → N.O. or N.C.
Deploy Schedule: Click『Set Up』to open sub window
•
◦ Each block represents 『1 Hour』in a day. Click left mouse to change
state of each block. Drag mouse on curtain block can copy state to
other block. Red color mean enable alarm input and gray color mean
disable.
Event Handle:Click『Set Up』to open sub window and configure action
•
40
4.6
◦ Trigger record: when certain channel has alarm input triggered, DVR
can record multiple channels.
◦ Trigger alarm out: Enable or disable alarm output when alarm
triggered.
◦ Trigger buzzer: Enable or disable buzzer output when alarm triggered.
Trigger email: Enable or disable email sending when alarm triggered
◦ Trigger Zoom out: Select the channel for zoom out when alarm trigger
NETWORK Tab
4.6.1 『IP Setting』
•
IP Setting:
Your DVR supports several methods of being viewed online. No
matter which method is used, your DVR must first acquire an IP
address, which it does via 2 different methods.
- Automatic acquisition of the IP address by the DHCP client model.
- Manual indication of the IP address by the Static IP model.
Thus, this field offers two options: Static IP and DHCP. Toggling these
will either make the three following fields changeable (in manual
mode) or not (in auto mode); these fields are: IP Address, Subnet Mask
and Gateway.
For exact data on your network and explanation of network settings,
41
•
please contact your network administrator or Internet service provider.
IP Address/Subnet Mask/Gateway/DNS Address:Display current one.
If choose Static IP mode, click text box to input them by On-screen
keyboard.
4.6.2 『Port Setting』
•
•
•
•
HTTP Port: Default port number is 80 for any web browser.
Click text box can modify port number.
Command Port: DVR use port number: 6001 transmit control signal.
Click text box can modify port number.
Media Port: DVR use port number: 6002 transmit media data.
Click text box can modify port number.
Mobile Port: DVR use port number: 6003 transmit data to mobile phone.
Click text box can modify port number.
(Remark: mobile surveillance software need to configure the same port number as above setting)
If DVR installed behind a Router to share a single public IP address. Be sure to
configure the “Port Forwarding” or “Virtual Server” for those three network
port and Mobile surveillance Port:6003; you may surf http://portforward.com
for more information.
Http port:80, Command port:6001, Media port:6002 and mobile surveillance
port:6003 must open/allow to upload to WAN interface if DVR installed behind
a Firewall server; for port no. available, please refer to
http://www.iana.org/assignments/port-numbers for more information
42
4.6.3 『Advance Setting』
•
PPPoE Setting: Click『Set Up』to open sub window
If enable PPPoE dial up service for internet connection, you must input the
ADSL user account name and password. You can get this data from your Internet
Service Provider.
•
DDNS Setting:Click『Set Up』to open sub window
If your DVR connect to internet via floating IP address environment, In
order to connect your DVR via network, you may choose to use the
services of a Dynamic DNS service.
43
Your DVR comes with several DDNS server names built-in. To be able to use
these servers, you need to go to the associated website to register for an
account. Once registered, you input the DDNS account, password and
choose the name of the DDNS Server from the list by pressing the arrow
buttons located at both ends of the corresponding field. Afterward, it should
automatically connect.
• Email Setting: Click『Set Up 』to open sub window
•
◦ From: Sender’s email address
◦ To: Receiver’s email address, you can separate multiple Receivers by
space
◦ Email Server (SMTP): Input IP address of your e-mail server.
◦ Port: Port number of your e-mail server, by default is 25.
◦ SSL/TLS: Please check e-mail server administrator whether use
◦ Email password: Sender’s email account password.
Bandwidth auto-fit: Enable DVR automatic adjusts video quality lower
in order to transmit smooth video while network
bandwidth insufficient special for mobile view.
44
5 DVR Network Surveillance with Web Browser
5.1
Enable Download Un-signed Active Control if necessary
User’s computer need download ActiveX components for web access at the first time
connect to DVR. If user’s Internet explorer prohibits the download action(the DVR
software is unsigned) then please manually enable the download of un-signed ActiveX in
IE.
Download unsigned ActiveX controls Enable or Prompt
Initialized and script ActiveX controls not marked as safe
5.2
Enable or Prompt
Turn off UAC for Windows 7 and Vista
To prevent unexpected troubles by ruing IE or CMS, we strongly suggest to disable
UAC(User Account Control) for Windows 7 and Vista. To perform the following
procedure, you must be able to log on with or provide the credentials of a member of the
local Administrators group.
Important
Turning off UAC reduces the security of your computer and may expose you to increased risk from
malicious software. We do not recommend leaving UAC disabled.
To turn off UAC
1. Click Start, and then click Control Panel.
2. In Control Panel, click User Accounts.
3. In the User Accounts window, click User Accounts.
4. In the User Accounts tasks window, click Turn User Account Control on or off.
5. If UAC is currently configured in Admin Approval Mode, the User Account Control
message appears. Click Continue.
6. Clear the Use User Account Control (UAC) to help protect your computer check
box, and then click OK.
45
7. Click Restart Now to apply the change right away, or click Restart Later and close
the User Accounts tasks window
Source info: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc709691.aspx
5.3
Microsoft Internet Explorer (IE)
Open Microsoft Internet Explorer (IE) and input DVR’s IP address. Following is the main
login screen when IE connected to DVR.
The default password of Admin account is 888888
If has upgraded this DVR for new version software or conflict with other
DVR components, you may use the batch command file “WebOcxClean.dat”
inside the CD to clean old components from client PC before use(Appendix D)
IE Main Screen
Following is the DVR main window after login successfully.
46
•
•
•
•
(1)Display current DVR IP address on the top
(2)Display current login user account name on the top
(3)Camera screen , it can display 4ch or 9ch or 16ch multi channels screen.
(4)Function Toolbar
Click to capture single picture of video, the path can be setup
in 5.3.1 『DEVICE PARAMETER』
•
Exit Web client(IE)
Others are described details following
(5)Channel list and live monitor switch
Move mouse to certain camera screen(Green) and click channel no. enable
to start display live video there, it would allow you to allocate each
cameras display on different position of the screen, same rule applied to
SINGLE/QUAD/8 SPLIT/9SPLIT/16SPLIT screen.
5.4 Operation – Full Screen/Multi Window
Click this icon to put IE browser window to full screen and click again
back to normal screen
(Remark: when switch to full screen mode, the Toolbar will automatic re-arrange
position upon monitor display ration 4:3 or 16:9)
Click follow icon can switch to different multi window mode.
5.5 DVR Remote Configure
Click this icon to open DVR setting window.
47
5.5.1 『DEVICE PARAMETER』TAB
•
•
•
DEVICE NAME & VIDEO FORMAT: give this DVR a name and Video
format(NTSC or PAL)
•
ADD ACCOUNT: Click to create new user account.
USER NAME: Input new user account name
INPUT PASSWORD: password
CONFIRM PASSWORD: confirm password again
(Remark: Only user account can modify its own password after create
that user account and password by admin)
AUTHORITY SETUP: Click □ icon to enable or disable authority operation
of certain user
DELETE ACCONT: Delete curtain user account
SYNCHORONIZE: Synchronize remote DVR system time with local PC
time.
48
•
•
FIRMWARE UPGRADE: DVR firmware can upgrade via network. Click
“BROWSE” to fine the firmware in PC, click “START UPGRADE” to
upload new firmware to remote DVR. PROGRESS will show the upgrade
status.
RESET TO DEFAULT/HDD OVERWRITE: same as DVR OSD Set up
•
CAPTURE PATH: set up the folder to save snap shot
5.5.2 『CHANNEL SETTING』TAB
CHANNEL NO: Click ▼ icon to select channel number to apply setting.
CHANNEL NAME: Input name or description of camera..
PTZ SETUP:
Baud Rate: Click ▼ icon to select PTZ baud rate from 1200 /2400
/4800/9600bps
Protocol: Click ▼ icon to select PTZ protocol from 『SAMSUNG、
PelcoD 、PelcoP、Panasonic』.
PTZ Speed: Click ▼ icon to select camera speed from 01~16.
Bigger value mean camera move fast.
PTZ ID:PTZ camera ID address. Please check ID address from camera.
MOTION DETECT: Click □ to enable or disable function.
Mean motion detection enabled.
SENSITIVITY: Click ▼ icon to selects from [Low, Middle, High, and
49
Highest]
AREA SET: Click『Set Up』to open sub window and configure motion area
block by block. Left Click to change state, blue color means enable motion
detection. Transparent color mean disable.
EVENT HANDLE:
◦ TRIGGER RECORD: when curtain channel has motion triggered,
DVR can record multiple channels.
◦ TRIGGER ALARM OUTPUT: Enable or disable alarm output when
motion triggered.
◦ SOUND ALARM: Enable buzzer output when motion triggered.
Email NOTIFY: Enable or disable email sending when motion
triggered
5.5.3 『CHANNEL PARAMETER』TAB
CHANNEL NO: Click ▼ icon to select channel number to apply setting.
VIDEO QUALITY SETUP:
◦ STREAM TYPE: Click to select only video steaming or
video + audio streaming (MULTI STREAM)
◦ RESOLUTION: Click to select CIF /Half D1 /D1.
◦ VIDEO BITRATE: Click to select from 8 different bitrate → 256K
/384K /512K /640K/768K /1M /1.5M /2M bps。
◦ FRAME RATE: Click to select from 6 different frame rate→ 1 /3 /6
/12/25 /30 FPS
◦ RECORD SCHEDULE:
Each block represents 『1 Hour』in a day. Click left mouse to change
state in sequence of each block. Drag mouse on curtain block and copy
state to other block. Each color’s define were described in the window.
50
5.5.4 『ALARM SETTING』TAB
ALARM INPUT: Click ▼ icon to select channel number to apply
setting.
ALARM TYPE: Device type (Normal Open or Normal Close)
TRIGGER RECORD: Click □ to enable channel for recording.
TRIGGER ALARM: Click □ to enable alarm relay output.
SOUND ALARM: Click □ to enable alarm buzzer.
◦ Email NOTIFY: Click □ to enable e-mail notification.
ALARM SCHEDULE
Each block represents 『1 Hour』in a day. Click left mouse to change state
of each block. Drag mouse on curtain block can copy state to other block.
Red color mean enable alarm input and white color mean disable.
5.5.5 『NETWORK MANAGMENT』TAB
IP Address: Current IP address information
Port Number: Current HTTP/COMMAND/MEDIA/MOBILE port number
of network control and data transmission, you may change
them
DDNS URL: Click □ to enable DDNS function.
DOMAIN NAME:
DEVICE NAME:
USER NAME:
PASSWORD
51
E-Mail: Configure E-mail server IP address , Sender’s e-mail address,
Receipt’s e-mail address and account name and password of e-mail server,
you can input multiple Receipts’ e-mail address, and separated by space.
SSL/TLS: Support SSL encryption for e-mail sending.
AUTO BANDWIDTH FIT: Enable DVR automatic adjusts video quality
lower in order to transmit smooth video while network
bandwidth insufficient.
52
5.6 IE Remote Playback
Click PLAYBACK icon to open IE playback window.
5.6.1 Playback Window
You may see QUAD/9 SPLIT or 16SPLIT play window according to 4CH/8CH/16CH
DVR when get in
5.6.2 Playback Operation
Click this icon to put IE browser window to full screen and click again
back to normal screen
(Remark: when switch to full screen mode, the Toolbar will automatic re-arrange position upon
monitor display ration 4:3 or 16:9)
Click follow icon can switch to different multi window mode.
Click to stop playback and switch live preview model.
Click to capture single picture of playback video, the path can be setup in
53
5.3.1 『DEVICE PARAMETER』
Click to pause playback.
Playback by Date: Click ▼ icon to open calendar and select target date for
playback, then click channel list.
Click to time bar to start playback, the grey area on the time bar indicate recording
intervals for playback
5.7 PTZ Control
Click
icon to open PTZ control panel.
1
2
3
4
5
7
6
•
•
1 → Control PTZ camera moving direction.
2 → Configure PTZ camera moving speed. ( Increase green box to speed up)
54
•
•
•
•
•
3 → Control PTZ camera Zoom In and Zoom Out
4 → Adjust PTZ camera IRIS
5 → Adjust PTZ camera FOCUS (Video Clarity)
6 → Configure 1~128 number of Preset point. Click
7 → Click
open TRACK setting window. Click
save and
to call.
to call.
5.8 DEVICE INFOMATION
Click
to open DEVICE INFO window.
5.8.1 『SYSTEM INFO.』TAB
DEVICE MESSAGE:
it display channel number, alarm input number, and alarm output number
and HDD number of remote DVR.
VERSION:
it displays firmware and hardware version information of remote DVR.
HDD STATUS:
A. HDD CAPACITY: HDD total space.
B. HDD SPACE: HDD remain free space.
C. STATUS: Current HDD action
D. CAN RECORD TIME: Estimate record hours of free space.
5.8.2 『CHANNEL STATUS』TAB
CHANNEL NO: 1~4 or 1~8.
RECORD STATUS: Current channel status.
RECORD TYPE: Normal, Schedule, Motion or Alarm record.
55
BITRATE:Current record bitrate.
FRAME RATE:Current record frame rate
SIZE: Current record resolution. D1 / Half D1 / CIF
5.8.3 『ALARM STATUS』TAB
CHANNEL NO: 1~4 or 1~8.
DEVICE TYPE: Alarm device type, Normal Open or Normal Close.
DEVICE STATUS: Alarm device in trigger model or not.
56
5.8.4 『NETWORK INFO.』TAB
NETWORK INFO.
Current IP address , MAC address and gateway IP address.
DIAL UP:
If DVR use PPPoE Dial up connection then it will show “ACTION” and
display current IP address that assigned by network service provider.
DDNS:
If DVR enable DDNS client then if will display “ACTION” and display
current domain name.
5.8.5 『LOG INQUIRY』TAB
Query remote DVR event by type(All/Operation/Abnormal/Event) and target
date.
57
5.9 BACKUP
Click
to open BACKUP window as below:
Select the『TIME』, 『CHANNEL』,『Type』(All, Schedule, Motion, and Alarm),
click 『QUERY』 to find the necessary files, to be listed in the window, click the □
to choose the files and 『BACKUP』to start.
The backup format is only with AVI head, can be played in any players like WMP,
VLC and Quick time with H264 codec, which can be download from below link:
http://kmplayer.kde.org/,
http://codecguide.com/,
58
http://mpc-hc.sourceforge.net/
6 Mobile Phone Surveillance
Another state-of-the-art feature of this DVR device is transmitting live feed from the CCTV
cameras to your mobile phone, so that you can have an ‘on the go’ access to your
surveillance system from virtually anywhere in the world. Currently this feature is supported
only for phones with the Windows Mobile, Nokia Symbian S60 3rd/ and 5th Edition OS,
Google Android, Black Berry OS 4.x and Apple iPhone/iPad.
Before connect DVR via mobile, please enable the DVR『Bandwidth auto-fit』of Chapter
4.6.3 『 Advance Setting 』 in the 『 NETWORK Tab 』 , DVR must be internet
connected(Chapter 4 『NETWORK Tab』), and set up the mobile port(Chapter 4.6.2 『Port
Setting』), default is 6003)
Note: Prior to using this feature, you should apply for the
Internet connection service for your mobile phone, such as 3G or
3.5G. Please contact your mobile service provider for details.
You can only watch one live feed channel at a time with your
mobile phone. Split mode and playback of recorded files is not
available at the moment.
6.1 Windows Mobile
From the installation CD, install file “xxx.cab” onto your Windows Mobile phone. See
your phone user manual for more details on application install.
Find and execute program QQEYE and click the Setting button to setup the IP address
for your DVR.
In the ensuing screen, input the user name (Admin), password, and IP address(or DDNS)
59
of your DVR (Server); input the value for the Port: default 6003 and choose the channel
for streaming data from the dropdown menu.
Click OK to save the settings.
The main window of the Mobile Phone application offers the choice of channels,
Connect and Settings buttons.
To connect to the system and start watching the live feed from your CCTV cameras, click
on the Connect button.
To choose the camera, use the Channel dropdown menu.
To modify settings, press the Setting button.
On-screen data will provide information about current time (in the YYYY-MM-DD
HH:MM:SS format), Channel number, bit rate
(Kbps), frame rate (fps), resolution, and status of
the camera.
The menu bar contains the following controls.
Directional buttons for
controlling the direction of the PTZ camera view
Zoom in / out
Iris
Focus
Snapshot
6.2 Nokia/LG/Samsung Symbian S60 3rd and 5th Mobile
Open accessory CD and find the “QQeye_3rd_240x320.sisx”, or
“QQeye_3rd_320x240.sisx” and “QQeye_5th.sisx” mobile surveillance software
according to Symbian OS S60 3rd (Depends upon resolution) or 5th. Please refer to user
manual of mobile phone to install the software into mobile phone.
While install the software, must set “software installation -ALL”, and “Online
Certificate check - off”, ex. Main menu --> Applications --> App. mgr. (application
management) --> Options --> settings --> software installation ,set ALL --> Online
Certificate check , set off
60
After installation is complete, please locate the QQEye
applications on your mobile phone.
icon in the list of
Execute QQEye and the program window will appear on the screen.
IP address line
Camera view
Status information line
Control buttons
Functional buttons
Play/Stop
Snap
Full Mode
Exit
Setting
In order to navigate between the buttons, please use the directional keys of your Symbian
mobile phone.
Explanation of the menu buttons and program interface:
Status information line. The first status tag indicates the name for the selected
functional button in the below control bar (in the illustration, it is “Stop”). The second tag
word denotes the current status of the program (in the illustration, it is “Playing”).
Control buttons:
Selection of channels. If your system supports 8 or 16 channels, to switch
between channel buttons 1-4, 5-8, 9-12, and 13 -16, please use functional button
(see below)
PTZ camera direction controls PTZ camera Zoom, Focus and Iris
controls
Functional buttons:
When highlighting these buttons, the name of the corresponding function will be
displayed in the status information line (the first tag name).
/
Play / Stop button
Full Mode. Displays the camera feed in the full-screen mode. All menus and
61
buttons will be hidden.
Snap. Allows you to take a snapshot of the camera view.
Setting. Brings up the connectivity setup screen.
Next Group. Toggling between other available 4-channel views: 1-4 and 5-8 or
9-12, 13-16
Exit QQEye
In order to start working with the CCTV feed on your Symbian mobile phone, you will
have to configure the program by entering the preferred network access point, IP
address(or DDNS) of the DVR, mobile phone port, username, and password.
Click the
icon to enter the setup window.
In the Setting screen, enter the following data:
Default Access Point: Network through which
you connect to the internet. The options are:
“None”, “WAP over GPRS”, and mobile service
providers operating in your country. If you
choose “None”, then after pressing the
button you will be offered a list of available
networks to choose from.
Server Address: DVR IP address or DDNS
Server Port:
Mobile Port [6003 by default]
UserName:
Login User Name〖Admin〗
Pass Word:
Password [888888 by default]
Save and return to the main window by pressing
Done, press Cancel to discard the changes.
Press the
button to connect to the DVR. After
your device successfully logs in to the DVR, you
can watch the remote video feed on your Symbian
mobile phone.
62
6.3 List of Symbian Supported Mobile Phones
Please review the list of Symbian mobile phones tested for compatibility with the remote
access to DVR.
LG-KT610
S60 3rd_FP1
10-Feb-08
LG KS10
S60 3rd_FP1
09-Oct-06
LG-KT615
S60 3rd_FP1
30-Oct-08
Nokia 3250
S60 3rd_INIT
13-Sep-05
Nokia 5320 XpressMusic
S60 3rd_FP2
22-Apr-08
Nokia 5500 Sport
S60 3rd_INIT
09-May-06
Nokia 5630 XpressMusic
S60 3rd_FP2
10-Feb-09
Nokia 5700
S60 3rd_FP1
29-Mar-07
Nokia 5730 XpressMusic
S60 3rd_FP2
11-Mar-09
Nokia 6110 Navigator
S60 3rd_FP1
08-Feb-07
Nokia 6120
S60 3rd_FP1
17-Apr-07
Nokia 6121
S60 3rd_FP1
18-Jun-07
Nokia 6210 Navigator
S60 3rd_FP2
11-Feb-08
Nokia 6220
S60 3rd_FP2
11-Feb-08
Nokia 6290
S60 3rd_FP1
28-Nov-06
Nokia 6710 Navigator
S60 3rd_FP2
16-Feb-09
Nokia 6720 Classic
S60 3rd_FP2
16-Feb-09
Nokia E51
S60 3rd_FP1
18-Sep-07
Nokia E55
S60 3rd_FP2
16-Feb-09
Nokia E60
S60 3rd_INIT
09-Oct-05
Nokia E61
S60 3rd_INIT
09-Oct-05
Nokia E61i
S60 3rd_INIT
10-Feb-07
Nokia E62
S60 3rd_INIT
09-Sep-06
Nokia E63
S60 3rd_FP1
12-Nov-08
Nokia E65
S60 3rd_INIT
09-Feb-07
Nokia E66
S60 3rd_FP1
16-Jun-08
Nokia E70
S60 3rd_INIT
09-Oct-05
Nokia E71
S60 3rd_FP1
16-Jun-08
Nokia E75
S60 3rd_FP2
16-Feb-09
Nokia E90
S60 3rd_FP1
11-Feb-07
Nokia N71
S60 3rd_INIT
09-Nov-05
Nokia N73
S60 3rd_INIT
09-Apr-06
63
Nokia N75
S60 3rd_INIT
27-Sep-06
Nokia N76
S60 3rd_FP1
08-Jan-07
Nokia N77
S60 3rd_INIT
12-Feb-07
Nokia N78
S60 3rd_FP2
11-Feb-08
Nokia N79
S60 3rd_FP2
21-Aug-08
Nokia N80
S60 3rd_INIT
09-Nov-05
Nokia N81
S60 3rd_FP1
29-Aug-07
Nokia N81 8GB
S60 3rd_FP1
29-Aug-07
Nokia N82
S60 3rd_FP1
14-Nov-07
Nokia N85
S60 3rd_FP2
21-Aug-08
Nokia N86 8MP
S60 3rd_FP2
17-Feb-09
Nokia N91
S60 3rd_INIT
14-Apr-05
Nokia N92
S60 3rd_INIT
09-Nov-05
Nokia N93
S60 3rd_INIT
09-Apr-06
Nokia N93i
S60 3rd_INIT
08-Jan-07
Nokia N95
S60 3rd_FP1
26-Sep-06
Nokia N95 8GB
S60 3rd_FP1
29-Aug-07
Nokia N96
S60 3rd_FP2
11-Feb-08
Samsung I7110
S60 3rd_FP2
20-Oct-08
Samsung INNOV8
S60 3rd_FP2
25-Jul-08
Samsung SGH-G810
S60 3rd_FP1
11-Feb-08
Samsung SGH-i400
S60 3rd_FP1
26-Apr-07
Samsung SGH-i450
S60 3rd_FP1
14-Oct-07
Samsung SGH-i520
S60 3rd_FP1
09-Oct-06
Samsung SGH-i550
S60 3rd_FP1
15-Oct-07
Samsung SGH-i560
S60 3rd_FP1
16-Oct-07
Samsung SGH-L870
S60 3rd_FP2
28-May-08
Symbian OS S60 5
and x6
th
Mobile Phone – Nokia 5800XM, N97, 5230, 5802XM, 5530XM
6.4 Apple iPhone and iPad
Please use 2nd generation iPhone or iPad , this Apple application, like all iPhone/iPad
application, needs to be downloaded directly from the iPhone/iPad AppStore.
1) Open Apple iTunes
2) Search for “aplayer” from our third party supplier. It will be a free application.
3) Download and install onto iPhone as per iPhone installation procedures.
64
4) Please locate the icon
and click on it to open the application.
5) You will see following screen.
6) To set up the connection to the DVR, please first click
menu as below right screenshot:
icon to enter settings
Server IP: DVR IP address or DDNS
Port:
Mobile Port [6003 by default]
User ID: Login User Name〖Admin〗by default
Password: Password [888888 by default]
Save and press Back to main windows
Click
icon to connect DVR immediately, after login DVR successfully, user can
watch the remote video from mobile phone; the other icons function are as follows:
switch channel,click
show another 4 channel list
Control PTZ camera direction, Zoom, Focus, Iris.
Picture Snapshot.
Full Screen
65
6.5 Blackberry Mobile
1) Program installation
1. Copy the setup software “QQEye.cod” and “QQEye.alx” to your PC.
2. In order to be able to install applications and themes via BlackBerry Desktop Manager,
firstly the PC should install Blackberry Desktop Manager. BlackBerry Desktop Manager
; otherwise the phone cannot establish the connection with
will be known as “DM.”
the PC.
3. Connect your BlackBerry mobile phone to your computer via the USB cable that came
with it, or any USB cable that fits. Start the DM.
4. Before the installation, open the BlackBerry Desktop Manager. Shown as the red sign
on the following pictures, Fig1 means the phone isn’t connected to the PC, Fig2 means
the phone has been connected to the PC.
Fig1
Fig2
66
5. Click on “Application Loader” to enter into its interface. In this screen you have two
options to select from. Select “Add/Remove Applications” (shown as follows).
6. You should now see something like what you see below. From this screen, click
“Browse” (shown as follows).
7. Once you click “Browse” you will see a file search screen like the one below. Go to
and locate where you saved the application files. Make sure you saved both the “.alx” file
and “.cod” file in the same folder. After finding the “QQEye.alx” file for the application,
highlight it and click “open”.
67
8. You will now return to the Application Loader screen. From here you should see
“QQEye” now listed with Install under the Action column (shown as follows) if the
installation is successful.
9. You can remove the program “QQEye” as the following method. To enter into
Application Loader screen, on “Device application selection” you can select the
application that you want to clear from your device. When the option “Action” is
“Remove”, it means the program will be clear from your device.
68
10.
Click “Next” and the screen will show as follows. Click “Finish” to confirm and
the application “QQEye” can be removed from your device.
2) System explanations
QQEye phone port has the following capabilities and functions: live video surveillance,
channel switch, full screen display, PTZ control, including zoon/focus/iris, image capture,
save as favorite and exit function.
① System main interface
After the installation, press “QQEye” icon in the application, see the below picture.
69
② System configure interface
The Main page
If this is your first time setting BlackBerry remote view, or should you want to set the
parameters, click [Configure] to access the configure page
The Configure page
Record lists: Select a record that you have set up before to link (Record Name)
User Name: Login User Name〖Admin〗by default
Password: Password [888888 by default]
Address: DVR public IP address or DDNS
Port: Mobile Port [6003 by default]
Save: Save the settings
Cancel: Cancel all the operations
Record name: Input this setting name, which will be saved in the Record lists
③ System Live interface
The Live page
After the setting, go back to the main page, click [Live] to access the live page for live
view
70
Choose Channel:Switch the channel.
: Move the PTZ upward, downward, leftward and rightward.
:Set the zoom, focus and iris of the channel.
: Switch to full screen mode, re-click this to go back to normal.
:Snap shot
④ Connect to DVR
To connect to the server, press the menu button on your mobile phone it will bring up
menu , move the icon to [Connect] and it will be highlighted. Press the enter button on
your mobile to connect to the server, you can perform channel switching,
full screen
display, PTZ control, focus, image capture and video display
⑤System Help interface
After the setting, back to the main interface and press [Help] button to enter into the help
interface.
⑥System Exit interface
To exit, go back to the menu interface and press [Exit] button. You will be prompted “Do
you want to exit?” Press “yes” to exit the program, or press “no” to return to the Menu
interface, please see the below picture:
71
6.6 Android (Google Phone)
1. Software Installation
1.1
Please change your Android phone language to be “English” before install.
1.2
Please connect USB cable to Android mobile phone by PC, open “USB”, copy the
setup software QQeye_ceshi.apk to SD card of Android mobile phone.
1.3
Close “USB”, go to [setting] —> [ASTRO] —> [QQeye_ceshi], and then the user
can find the setup file: where the [ASTRO] is the folder for the setup file located
1.4
Click the set up file, and choose the [ Open App Manager]
72
1.5
Click the [ Install] to finish the installation.
2. Software Operation
2.1
After the installation, click the “QQEye” icon in the application, see the below
left picture; after running this software, it will show the main display as below right
picture:
73
2.2
System Setting:
For the first time running this software or want to modify the parameters, click [setting]
button to access to the parameters setting as below:
Favorite: This setting record which is
saved can be found in the “Favorite”.
User name: Login User Name〖Admin
〗by default
Password: Password [888888 by default]
Server: DVR public IP address or DDNS
Port: Mobile Port [6003 by default].
Channel quantity: Set the quantity of
the channels for the DVR linked
Default channel: Set the default channel
no. which will be shown for the
beginning entry
Name of record: Make the name of this
setting record, which will be shown
in the Favorite folder.
After the setting, click [SAVE], then it will save to the favorite folder.
you may find it there and click to run
After the setting press [Setting] and back to the main display screen
Next time
2.3
The main display screen:
After the setting, press “connect” button on the main display screen, it will connect the
server. Where you can switch the channel, PTZ control, focus, snapshot and full screen
display.
74
Function detailed description:
Connecting the DVR server
Open the “Setting” as 2.2 System
Setting
Operate the zoom, focus and iris for
PTZ cameras.
Control the PTZ camera move up,
down, left and right
Snapshot
Channel Switch
Toggle switch between full and normal screen
7 Troubleshooting
This basic troubleshooting guide will help you identify general malfunctions and offer
steps for quick resolution of such.
If the failure or malfunction can't be solved by following these steps, please contact a
qualified technician.
Problem
The host device fails
to start after being
connected to the
power supply
The device restarts
repeatedly
Solution
- Make sure the power switch on the device is turned on, and
that there is sufficient power.
- Check that the start-up procedure is working.
- First check the power supply of the device to ensure it has
sufficient power for all the hard disks
- Please disconnect all connections, such as cameras and
network connections, and see if the DVR will start. If this
doesn't solve the problem, carefully remove the cover and take
out the hard drive. A corrupted or damaged hard drive may
cause repeated reboots.
75
The machine crashed
during recording or
watching the
recorded information
- Check to see if there are any problems with the hard disk. If
one of your hard disks has failed or malfunctioned, replace it
and try again.
Updating operation
fails
- Updating may fail if the DVR is not able to recognize the
USB storage device. Test more than one USB storage device to
ensure compatibility.
- Updating may also fail if the USB port doesn't work well due
to voltage fluctuation. Please contact qualified technician.
The mouse doesn’t
work
The mouse of a different brand may not work with your DVR.
Please use the one delivered with your device. If you use other
brands, try various ones to make sure which one works.
Currently, wireless mice cannot work with your DVR.
The recording
function does not
work properly
The image on the
monitor appears in
black and white
rather than color
There is nothing
displayed on the
monitor
The image isn't clear
The color quality is
low in both real-time
and recorded images
The image distorts,
flickers and has color
casts when viewed on
the computer display
There is a mosaic on
the PC monitor
during playback
The displayed date
and time in the
lower-left corner are
not correct
- Make sure HDD connections are performed properly
- Make sure that the HDD has been formatted prior to using it
- Review settings in the appropriate menus
Check to make sure the video input, DVR, and monitor systems
are compatible, i.e. all NTSC or PAL. Alternatively, at night
time, most video appears black/white. If you find some
incompatibility or inconsistency, please set the monitor system
option to the automatic identification state.
- Check whether the monitor power supply is on, and whether
the monitor’s brightness is at its lowest condition.
- Check whether the video cable is properly connected, and
whether there is anything wrong in the circuit.
- The image may appear unclear due to some kind of
interference.
- Check the video cable to make sure it isn't broken and that the
connections are good.
- Check also the condition of the camera, the monitor and the
circuit for any signs of damage or deterioration.
- Check proper adjustment of the output/input video parameters
on the DVR menu.
- Check the condition of the connecting lines to ensure good
connectivity.
-Ensure that the VGA connecting line is properly grounded.
-Be aware that a high working ambient temperature or radiation
from the host computer may cause interference with the normal
operation of the VGA display.
- If the recording parameters are set too low, the recording
quality may decline, resulting in occasional mosaics. Adjust
your settings.
- Also note that damaged sections on the hard disks can also
cause mosaics during playback.
Please login as Administrator and adjust Date and Time settings
in the System Tab of the Main Menu.
76
8 Appendix
8.1 Appendix A-HDD Capacity/Recording Time Estimate
Record Quality
(Bit rate)
Frame Rate
(PAL/NTSC)
HDD Capacity
Best(768Kbps)
Recording Time(days)
4CH
8CH
16CH
15.8
7.9
3.9
19.0
9.5
4.8
23.7
11.9
5.9
Low(384Kbps)
31.6
15.8
7.9
Best(768Kbps)
23.7
11.9
5.9
28.4
14.2
7.1
35.6
17.8
8.9
47.4
23.7
11.8
31.6
15.8
7.9
37.9
19.0
9.5
47.4
23.7
11.9
Low(384Kbps)
63.2
31.6
15.8
Best(768Kbps)
63.2
31.6
15.8
75.9
38.0
19.0
94.8
47.4
23.8
126.4
63.2
31.6
High(640Kbps)
500GB
Middle(512Kbps)
High(640Kbps)
Middle(512Kbps)
Low(384Kbps)
Best(768Kbps)
High(640Kbps)
Middle(512Kbps)
750GB
Full Frame
Rate(30 or 25
CIF = 15 or
12.5 Half D1 =
7.5 or 6 D1)
1000GB
High(640Kbps)
2000GB
Middle(512Kbps)
Low(384Kbps)
8.2 Appendix B– Compatible HDD List
The other brand or model, please test by yourselves
Item
Model Number
Size(GB)
Drive
WD
WD5000AADS, WD5000AAKS/P
500
SATA
WD
WD5000AVVS, WD5000AVDS
500
SATA
WD
WD7500AACS
750
SATA
WD
WD10EADS, WD10EVDS, WD10EALS
1000
SATA
WD
WD15EADS
1500
SATA
WD
WD20EVDS, WD20EADS
2000
SATA
HITACHI
HDT725032VLA380
320
SATA
HITACHI
HDS721050CLA362
500
SATA
77
HITACHI
HDS721075KLA330
750
SATA
HITACHI
HDT721010SLA360,
HDS721010CLA332
1000
SATA
HITACHI
HDS722020AL330
2000
SATA
Seagate
ST3250310SV
250
SATA
Seagate
ST3500320SV, ST3500320AS,
ST3500418AS
500
SATA
Seagate
ST31000528AS, ST31000520AS
1000
SATA
Seagate
ST31500341AS
1500
SATA
Seagate
ST32000542AS, ST32000641AS
2000
SATA
8.3 Appendix C– Compatible USB portable DVD Burner List
The other brand or model, please test by yourselves
* Sony DRX-S70U-R
* LG GE20LU10
* Lite On eSAU108
* Buffalo DVSM-P58U2/B
Only DVD+R, or DVD+RW diskette compatible
78