Seagate ST3250310SV - 250GB 7200RPM Sata Surveillanc Instruction manual

INSTRUCTION MANUAL (HD_Ver. 1.0_2012416)
H.264 Video Compression
High Definition Digital Video Recorder
About this user guide
Before installing and using this unit, please read this user guide carefully.
Be sure to keep it handy for later reference.
Safety Precautions
Explanation of Graphical Symbols
This symbol indicates the presence of important operating and
maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the
product.
This symbol indicates the presence of uninsulated ”dangerous voltage”
within the product’s enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to
constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.
WARNING
To reduce a risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this product to rain or moisture.
CAUTION
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer may void the user’s authority to
operate this equipment.
CAUTION
Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced.
Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer.
Discard used batteries according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
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These precautions must be followed for safety reasons.
Warning

Do not use if the unit emits smoke, strange sounds are heard or odor is emitted.
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Continued use may cause electrocution and/or fire. Immediately remove the power plug from
the outlet. Once the unit stops emitting smoke, consult the dealership where this unit was
purchased or factory shop for repairs.

Do not attempt repairs on your own.
Make sure the power cable is not damaged.
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Always use the power cable supplied with the unit.
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Do not place heavy objects on the power cable or place the power cable near heating
equipment. Also, do not bend the power cable forcefully, work upon or staple it. A damaged
power cable may result in fire and/or electrocution.
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Should the power cable become damaged it must be replaced by the dealership where this unit
was purchased or factory shop.
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Make sure there is no dust accumulation on the power plug or the outlet.
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Dust accumulation may result in a short-circuit and heat generation and cause fire.
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Be especially careful when using an outlet situated in a room exposed to high humidity,
condensation and/or dust, or in a kitchen.
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Periodically remove the power plug from the outlet and clean any dust and dirt between the plug
and the outlet.
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Caution when connecting the power cable
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Connect the power plug directly with the outlet. Faulty connection may result in heat generation
and cause fire.
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Do not use the power cable while it is tied in a bundle. This may result in heat generation and
cause fire.
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When using the extension cord supplied, make sure the power consumption of the connected
unit does not exceed the electrical rating of the extension cord. Higher power consumption may
result in heat generation and cause fire.

Disassembly prohibited
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Do not place your hand inside this unit as this may cause fire and/or electrocution.
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Consult the dealership where this unit was purchased or factory shop for diagnostics,
adjustments, and repairs.
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Do not place any foreign objects inside the unit.
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Do not insert or push in any metal or combustible object through openings such as air ducts.
This may cause fire and/or electrocution.
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In the event that a foreign object is inside the unit, turn off and unplug the unit. Consult the
dealership where this unit was purchased or factory shop. Continued use may result in fire
and/or electrocution.

Do not place a container holding water or other liquids above the unit when it is connected to
power.
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In the event that water gets inside the unit, turn off and unplug the unit. Consult the dealership
where this unit was purchased or factory shop. Continued use may result in a fire or
electrocution.
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Do not allow the unit to get wet.
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This unit is not waterproof. Do not expose the unit to water. This may cause fire and/or
electrocution. Do not use in a bath or shower room.
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In the event that the internal components have been exposed to water, turn the power off and
remove the power plug from the outlet. Consult the dealership where this unit was purchased or
factory shop. Continued use may cause electrocution and/or fire.

Do not use during thunder/thunder storms.
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Do not use during thunder/thunder storms. Never touch the connection cable during
thunder/thunder storms. This may cause electrocution.
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Do not place in an unstable position.
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Doing so may cause accidents and/or breakdowns through falling or toppling.
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In the event that the unit has been dropped or the casing has been damaged, turn the power off
and remove the power plug from the outlet. Consult the dealership where this unit was
purchased or factory shop. Continued use may cause electrocution and fire.

Do not expose to shock or vibration.
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Stored data may be damaged or lost through hard-disk breakdowns caused by shock/vibration.
Do not use this unit in areas where it is exposed to the possibility of explosion.
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Do not use this unit in areas where explosive and/or flammable gases are present. This may
cause fire and/or explosion.

For pluggable equipment, the socket-outlet shell be installed near the equipment and shall be
easily accessible.
Caution

Do not pull on the power cable when removing the power plug from the outlet.
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Hold the power plug when disconnecting the power cable from the outlet. Pulling on the power
cable from the outlet. Pulling on the power cable may damage the cord. This may cause fire
and/or electrocution.
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Do not touch the power plug with wet hands.
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Doing so may result in electrocution.
Do not sit on.
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Doing so may cause the unit to fall, be damaged and/or result in injury.
Make sure the cables are connected properly.
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Connect and install the power cable and connection cable very carefully. Tripping over the cable
may result in the unit capsizing or falling and cause injury.
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Do not place heavy objects on connected units.
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Doing so may affect the stability of the unit and cause it to fall which may result in injury. Doing
so may also damage the unit depending on the weight of the object.
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Shipment and portability
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Never move this unit while the power is turned on.
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When shipping, remove the power plug from the outlet, confirm that the connection cable has
been removed, and store in original packaging. Ship using a method that causes the least
amount of shock and/or damage to this unit. Also, do not drop this unit.
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Maintenance when the unit is going to remain unused for long periods of time
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Remove the power plug from the outlet when the unit is going to remain unused for long periods
of time.
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Cleaning the internal components
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Consult the dealership where this unit was purchased or factory shop for cleaning internal
components. Leaving the unit unused for long periods of time may attract duct to the internal
components, which in turn may cause fire and/or breakdowns.
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Do not block the cooling fans or air ducts.
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This unit it equipped with air ducts and cooling fans in order to assist the ventilation of hot air
produced by the hard disk drive. Placing covers, placing in a case, or placing inside bookcases
may cause heat build up, and may result in fire and/or electrocution.
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When the unit is set up in a rack, leave open space on all sides.
. Leave 5 cm or more of space above and below.
. Leave 10 cm or more of space on both sides and on the rear.
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Do not expose to extreme temperatures or humidity changes.
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Do not place in areas where the unit will be exposed to extreme temperatures (±10 degrees C
per hour) or humidity changes.
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Points on unit positioning
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This unit is constructed using precision electronic parts. Avoid placing it in areas described
below as this may cause faulty operation and/or breakdowns.
. In direct sunlight
. In places exposed to water
. In the vicinity of cooling and heating units or humidifiers
. Near the air conditioner where the unit is exposed to cool air
. Dusty areas
. Areas that contain fire hazards
. In the vicinity of volatile substances
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. Areas where the unit will be exposed to constant vibration (in trains, cars, etc.)
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Cautionary points on condensation
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Droplets may form on the outside when very cold water is poured into a cup. In the same way,
droplets may form around the internal components of his unit. This is called condensation.
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Do not use this unit if condensation has formed. Using this unit while condensation is formed
may cause breakdowns. In the event of sudden sharp temperature changes, turn off the power
and do not use this unit until the temperature of the room where it is positioned stabilizes (about
2 hours). Condensation will not occur while the power is turned on.
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When condensation is likely to occur… Use the unit after turning the power off and leaving it for
1~2 hours.
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Back up battery
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This unit has got a built-in lithium battery used to back up the clock function. The battery
continues to operate the clock even when there is a power disruption.
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The life expectancy of the battery is approximately 2 years. If the battery runs out or leaks, the
clock resets when the power is turned off.
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Battery fluid leaks
. In the event that the battery fluid has leaked rinse hands/clothes thoroughly with water.
. Loss of eyesight may result if battery fluid enters the eyes. Do not rub the eyes. Immediately
rinse with clean water and consult a physician.
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When disposing of this unit
. Consult the dealership where this unit was purchased for information concerning the disposal
of the lithium battery.
Warning
Installation and servicing should be performed only by qualified and experienced personnel.
Turn off the power of the DVR when connecting cameras, audio or sensor cables.
The manufacturer is not responsible for any damage caused by improper use of the product or failure to
follow instructions for the product.
The manufacturer is not responsible for any problems caused by or resulting from the user physically
opening the DVR for examination or attempting to fix the unit. The manufacturer may not be held liable for
any issues with the unit if the warranty seal is removed.
Warranty for Critical Parts
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HDD, Battery and ATX Power: 2 years (25℃ environment)
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Cooling Fan: 3 years (25℃ environment)
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Product Components
The package contains the main unit and its components as specified below. When you purchase the unit,
Please check to ensure the components specified below are included.
DVR Set
Mouse
Client Software CD /
Remote Control /
/
Quick Guide
HDD
mounting
bracket & Screw
DVDRW
/
Battery
HDD
mounting
bracket & Screw
/
mounting
HDD data power
bracket & Screw
cable
HDD & DVDRW fixing
Audio Cable (for
screw
16ch)
Adaptor(DC 12V 5A)
& Power Cable
DVDRW (Option)
(Power Cable only for
XHR-204P, XHR-216)
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HDD INSTALLATION GUIDE
1. Remove the unit’s cover.
2. Fix the supplied rubber pads to the
supplied HDD mounting bracket. Then fix
the hard disk to the mounting bracket
using the supplied screws (A).
3. Connect the unit’s power cable (B) and the supplied S-ATA cable (C) to the hard disk. Then
fix the hard disk to the unit using the supplied HDD fixing screws (D).
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would be better when installing the first HDD to HDD1 port because the system recognizes the first HDD as a
master HDD. For a system stability, it would be better to keep the position and a number of HDD at the first
installation. The system has to be power off to add or remove some HDD in use, unavoidable.
Compatible HDD Models
Seagate
ST32000641AS (Barracuda XT)
2 TB
7200 RPM
64 MB
Seagate
ST1000DM003
1 TB
7200 RPM
64 MB
Seagate
ST31000524AS (Barracuda 7200.12)
1 TB
7200 RPM
32 MB
Seagate
ST31000526SV (Surveillance)
1 TB
7200 RPM
32 MB
Seagate
ST31000524AS (Barracuda)
1 TB
7200 RPM
32 MB
Seagate
ST31000340SV (Surveillance)
1 TB
7200 RPM
32 MB
Seagate
ST31000528AS (Barracuda)
1 TB
7200 RPM
32 MB
Seagate
ST500DM002 (Barracuda)
500 GB
7200 RPM
16 MB
Seagate
ST3500411SV (Surveillance)
500 GB
7200 RPM
16 MB
Seagate
ST3500413AS (Barracuda)
500 GB
7200 RPM
16 MB
Seagate
ST3500830SCE
500 GB
7200 RPM
8 MB
Seagate
ST3500418AS (Barracuda)
500 GB
7200 RPM
16 MB
Seagate
ST3500410AS (Barracuda)
500 GB
7200 RPM
16 MB
Seagate
ST250DM000 (Barracuda)
250 GB
7200 RPM
16 MB
Seagate
ST3250410AS (Barracuda)
250 GB
7200 RPM
16 MB
Seagate
ST3250310SV (Surveillance)
250 GB
7200 RPM
8 MB
Seagate
ST3250318AS (Barracuda)
250 GB
7200 RPM
8 MB
Seagate
ST3160815AS (Barracuda)
160 GB
7200 RPM
8 MB
HITACHI
HDS723020BLA642
2 TB
7200 RPM
64 MB
HITACHI
HDS722020ALA330
2 TB
7200 RPM
32 MB
HITACHI
HDS721010KLA330
1 TB
7200 RPM
32 MB
HITACHI
HDT721010SLA360
1 TB
7200 RPM
16 MB
HITACHI
HDS721010CLA332
1 TB
7200 RPM
32 MB
HITACHI
HDS721050CLA362
500 GB
7200 RPM
16 MB
HITACHI
HDP725050GLA360
500 GB
7200 RPM
16 MB
HITACHI
HDS721032CLA362
320 GB
7200 RPM
16 MB
HITACHI
HDS721025CLA382
250 GB
7200 RPM
8 MB
HITACHI
HDT721025SLA380
250 GB
7200 RPM
8 MB
HITACHI
HDP725025GLA380
250 GB
7200 RPM
8 MB
Western Digital
WD10EALX (009BA0)
1 TB
7200 RPM
32 MB
Western Digital
WD5000AAKX (001CA0)
500 GB
7200 RPM
16 MB
Western Digital
WD2500AAKX
250 GB
7200 RPM
16 MB
Western Digital
WD2500AAKS
250 GB
7200 RPM
16 MB
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<NOTICE> The brands and models of all HDD should be the same. If the brands and models of the HDD are different,
the DVR may not recognize HDD or malfunction. Please don’t use a HDD under 7200 RPM for a HD Series.
Storage Estimation
Super
High
Standard
Economy
Hour(s)
Hour(s)
Hour(s)
Hour(s)
250GB
23 Hours
1 Days 5 Hours
2 Days 10 Hours
4 Days 20 Hours
500GB
2 Days
2 Days 13 Hours
5 Days 1 Hours
10 Days 2 Hours
1TB
4 Days 3 Hours
5 Days 4 Hours
10Days 8 Hours
20 Days 16 Hours
2TB
8 Days 9 Hours
10 Days 11 Hours
20 Days 21 Hours
41 Days 19 Hours
HDD
Capacity
Recording Condition: 4CH * 1280X720* 30fps * Continuous
Booting the DVR and Basic Time Setting
1. During the first start up, the following message will be displayed.
Setting Daylight Saving Time
If the DVR is to be set Day Light Saving Time and be synchronized NTP (Network Time Protocol), Take next steps.
1. Enter the SETUP mode. The default Password is “1111”.
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2. Go to SETUP>SYSTEM>SET DATE & TIME
3. Select DAYLIGHT SAVING.
Setting NTP (Network Time Protocol)
1. When the DVR is connected with internet and the DVR need to be syncronized with NTP (Network Time
Protocol), set SETUP>SYSTEM>NTP ON.
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2. Select proper TIME ZONE time.
NOTE: If you want the unit to automatically synchronize the local time, the Time Zone must be
properly set according to your local Time Zone.
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Specification
ITEM
XHR204
Input
Video
4/8/16CH HD-SDI (1080p25/30, 1080i50/60, 720p25/30/50/60
Input Level
Auto Detection)
HDMI
1 HDMI (Max 1920x1080p60 and Various Resolution)
VGA
1 VGA (Max 1920x1080p60 and Various Resolution)
Input
4/8/16CH RCA
Output
1 RCA, 1 HDMI
Audio Codec
G.711
Sensor Input
4/8/16ch (NC/NO Selectable)
Alarm Output
1/2/4ch Alarm out by Sensor, Motion and Video Loss
Compression
H.264
Multi-operation
QUADPLEX (Playback/Record/Network/Backup)
Audio
Resolution
Record
Display
NTSC/PAL
1080p
20fps
40fps
80fps
720p
48fps
96fps
192fps
640x360
60fps
120fps
240fps
Recording quality grade
LEVEL 1 (Low), 2, 3, 4, 5 (High)
Recording Mode
Continuous / Schedule / Motion/ Sensor/ Manual
Pre & Post Recording
Yes
Frame Rate ( /Sec)
NTSC: 30fps/ch, 60 fields / PAL: 25fps/ch, 50 fields
Multi-Decoding
1, 4
Single
Playback
XHR216
Channel,
Output
Alarm
XHR208
Playback
channel
Speed
Multichannels
1, 4, 8
x 1/4, 1/2, 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64
Up to x32
Up to x16
Capacity of 1
HDD
No.
1 (2: w/o DVDRW)
2 (4: w/o DVDRW)
1&2
2&2
(Front 1, Rear 1)
(Front 1, Rear 1)
E-SATA Port & USB Port
Storage
USB Flash
Video & Still Image
drive
Backup
Up to x8
2TB
HDD
Internal HDD
1, 4, 8, 16
Huge Backup
Yes (up to 24 hours)
Build-in DVD-
Video & Still Image
RW
Network
Video & Still Image
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User I/F
Serial port
Network
Input Method
Front button, Remote control, Mouse, Keyboard controller
Console
1 RS-232C
PTZ & Keyboard control
1 RS-485
Termination
Yes
Dynamic DNS
Yes (Free DDNS)
Dual Encoding for
640x360 60fps (HD TBD)
Network
Network
Access
Features
Power
2 RS-485
Web viewer (1:1)
UMS Single (1:1)
Live, Search, Backup, PTZF Cam Control, Remote Setup,
Remote Upgrade
UMS Multi (1:n)
Useful Features
DLS & NTP & S.M.A.R.T & Digital Zoom
Internal Beep
By Alarm, Motion, Video Loss, HDD error
Multi-Language
Yes (more than 20 languages)
3G Mobile
Yes (Exclusive Viewer)
Power Supply Voltage
Allowable operation temperature
During operation
DC 12V 5A
5°C - 40°C, During storage: -10°C - +50°C
Unit Weight
Weight
4.1Kgs (6.2Kgs)
(Gross weight)
Unit Dimension
Dimension
280W SMPS
6.8Kgs (9.0Kgs)
432mm x 340mm x 98mm
(W x H x D)
<Please note that specifications and unit exterior design are subject to change without notification>
Specification
ITEM
Input
Video
Output
XHR-204P
Channel Input Level
4CH HD-SDI (720p25/30/50/60, 1080p25/30, 1080i50/60)
Main Monitor
HDMI (Max. 1920x1080)
Sub Monitor
VGA (Max. 1920x1080)
HD-SDI Monitor
SDI (1920x1080 60i)
CVBS
SPOT
Input
4CH Line Input
Output
1CH Line and HDMI Output
Audio Codec
G.711
Sensor Input
4CH, NC/NO Selectable
Alarm Out
1CH out by Sensor, Motion and Video Loss
Operation
PentaPlex
Live/Record/Playback/Backup/Network
Live
Digital Zoom
Zoom-in of specific area
Audio
Alarm
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Channel Sequence
3 ~ 60 seconds Auto
Compression
H.264
Resolution
Up to 1920x1080
Recoding Quality Grade
5 Levels
Recording Mode
Continuous, Schedule, Motion, Sensor, Manual
Motion Detection
Setup by Grid
Pre Recording
Min. 15 seconds and Max. 20 minutes
Post Recording
10 ~ 60 seconds
Digital Zoom
Zoom-in of specific area
Recording
Playback
Speed
Serial
Network
x2, x4, x8, x16 and x32
File Format
JPEG/Proprietary Format
Media
USB/External HDD/DVD/Network
Built-in Viewer
Yes
Dual Streaming for Live
1280x720/640x360 120/100fps
Playback
H.264 HD 120/100fps
Streaming
RTP/RTSP/RTCP
Protocols
HTTP, DDNS, NTP, SMTP
HDD
Interface
FR
Timeline, Event, Archive, Log, Specific Time
Network
User
x1/4, x1/2, x2, x4, x8, x16 and x32
Search Mode
Backup
Storage
FF
Interface
SATA, e-SATA
Max. Capacity of HDD
2TB
Max. Internal HDDs
4EA
External Storage
2 e-SATA for RAID
File system
Self-developed, Reliable and Stable Filesystem
S.M.A.R.T
HDD Error Check and Reporting
Menu Display
Graphic User Interface
Input Method
Front Buttons, IR Remote control, Mouse, Keyboard
controller
POS
1 RS-232C
PTZ & Controller
2 RS-485, HD-SDI
Ethernet
RJ-45, 10/100/1000Base-T, Auto MDI/MDIX
Live, Search/Playback, Backup, PTZF, Remote
Web Viewer
Network
Access
Setup/Upgrade
Live, Search/Playback, Backup, PTZF, Remote
Single-site monitoring software
Setup/Upgrade
Live, Search/Playback, Backup, PTZF, Remote
Multi-sites monitoring software
Setup/Upgrade
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Features
General
DST (Daylight Saving Time)
Yes
Internal Beep
By Video Loss, HDD Error
Multi Language
Yes (more than 20 languages)
Software Upgrade
By USB, Network Remote Upgrade
NTP
Yes
Watermarking
Yes
3G Mobile
iPhone, Android, Blackberry
Operation Condition
0~40C, Humidity 20~80%
Power
AC 100~120V/200~240V, 50/60Hz, 280W
Net Weight (Gross Weight)
6.6 kg (8.8 kg) / 14.6 lbs (19.4 lbs)
Unit Dimension (W x D x H)
432mm x 340mm x 98mm
Basic function of the MOUSE
① : Left button: SELECT function
② : Wheel: MOVEMENT function on a drop-down menu
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Table of Contents
1.
Name, Function and Connection........................................................................................ 19
1-1. Front Panel................................................................................................................................... 19
1-2. Rear Panel ................................................................................................................................... 21
1-3. Remote control ............................................................................................................................. 22
2.
Setting up the DVR ............................................................................................................ 23
2-1. Setup – Main Screen .................................................................................................................... 23
2-2. Setup – Display Mode .................................................................................................................. 26
2-3. Setup – Recording Mode .............................................................................................................. 27
2-3-1. Recording Schedules ................................................................................................................ 29
2-4. Setup – Device Mode ................................................................................................................... 30
2-4-1. ALARM-OUT ............................................................................................................................. 32
2-4-2 Controller & PTZ Setup .............................................................................................................. 32
2-4-3. Motion Zone Setup .................................................................................................................... 33
2-5. Setup – Storage Mode .................................................................................................................. 34
2-6. Setup – System Mode .................................................................................................................. 36
2-7. Setup – SECURITY Mode ............................................................................................................ 41
2-8. Setup – Network Mode ................................................................................................................. 42
2-8-1. Port, Network Audio Port and Web Port..................................................................................... 44
2-8-2. Network Types .......................................................................................................................... 44
2-8-2-1. DHCP..................................................................................................................................... 44
2-8-2-2.STATIC.................................................................................................................................... 44
2-8-3. DDNS ........................................................................................................................................ 45
2-8-4. NETWORK STREAM ................................................................................................................ 46
2-9. Setup - CONFIG Mode ................................................................................................................. 47
2-10. Quick Setup ................................................................................................................................ 48
3.
Saving Setup ..................................................................................................................... 48
4.
Live, Search, and Playback ............................................................................................... 49
4-1. Live Viewing Screen ..................................................................................................................... 49
4-2. SEARCH Screen .......................................................................................................................... 51
4-2-1. TIME-LINE Search .................................................................................................................... 51
4-2-2. Event Search............................................................................................................................. 52
4-2-3. Go To First Time ........................................................................................................................ 53
4-2-4. Go To Last Time ........................................................................................................................ 53
4-2-5. Go To Specific Time................................................................................................................... 53
4-2-6. Archive Search .......................................................................................................................... 54
4-2-7. Log Search ................................................................................................................................ 54
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4-3. Play mode .................................................................................................................................... 55
5. PTZ Control .......................................................................................................................... 56
6. Back up ................................................................................................................................ 57
6-1. Video or still image backup onto USB flash memory..................................................................... 57
6-2. Transferring still images or video from the ARCHIVE list .............................................................. 58
6-3. Playback of Backup Video ............................................................................................................ 59
7. Upgrading Firmware ............................................................................................................. 60
8. Network access using the Exclusive network viewer, UMS single ......................................... 66
8-1. PC requirements .......................................................................................................................... 66
8-2. Installing the network viewer......................................................................................................... 66
8-3. Live monitoring mode and functions. ............................................................................................ 67
8-4. Bi directional audio ....................................................................................................................... 69
8-5. Remote search mode and functions ............................................................................................. 69
8-6. PC System configuration .............................................................................................................. 72
9. Network access using the Exclusive network viewer, UMS multi........................................... 75
9-1. Overview ...................................................................................................................................... 75
9-2. Minimum PC requirements ........................................................................................................... 75
9-3. Installing the program ................................................................................................................... 75
9-4. Live Window ................................................................................................................................. 76
9-4-1. Main user interface ........................................................................................... 77
9-4-2. Control buttons ................................................................................................. 77
9-5. Search and Playback Window ...................................................................................................... 78
9-5-1. Main user interface ........................................................................................... 78
9-5-2. Main control panel ............................................................................................ 79
9-6. Setup of UMS Multi Client............................................................................................................. 81
9-6-1. General ............................................................................................................ 81
9-6-2. Event................................................................................................................ 82
9-6-3. Record ............................................................................................................. 83
9-6-4. OSD ................................................................................................................. 84
9-6-5. Language ......................................................................................................... 84
9-6-6. About................................................................................................................ 85
9-7. Remote Setup .............................................................................................................................. 85
9-8. Operation ..................................................................................................................................... 90
9-8-1. Addition, Delete, and modify of DVR sites ........................................................ 90
9-8-2. Connect and Disconnect .................................................................................. 92
9-8-3. Still-image capture during Live ......................................................................... 94
9-8-4. Recording video on local PC during Live .......................................................... 95
9-8-5. Local Playback and Remote Playback.............................................................. 96
9-8-6. AVI Backup during playback ............................................................................. 98
10. Network – By an web-browser viewer ............................................................................... 100
APPENDIX: How to connect network...................................................................................... 103
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Name, Function and Connection
1-1. Front Panel
The following information will help you to operate the front panel controls.
Figure 1.1.1. Front panel
Table1.1.1. Indication lamps
NO.
Name
A
HDD
B
RECORD
C
ALARM
D
E
Description
Indicating that the system is accessing the hard disk.
Indicating that the system is recording video data.
Indicating that when sensor(s) is/are triggered or motion is detected.
NETWORK Indicating that when Network client connects through the network.
BACKUP
Indicating that USB or CDRW storage device is stored images or video.
Table 1.1.2. Front panel buttons
NO
Name
1
POWER
2
NUMBER
Description
POWER ON/ OFF
Channel keys. For channel 10, press the 0 key. For channel 11, press
the +10 and 1 key. For channel 16, press the +10 and 6 key.
3
SEQ
Enable/disable the automatic sequence of display of channels in full
screen, quad, 9-split display mode.
4
PTZ
5
SETUP
6
BACKUP
7
REW
8
AUDIO
Press to control Pan/Tilt/Zoom operations.
Press to enter SETUP menu.
Press to capture video in jpeg format in live or playback mode.
Press to rewind the footage in playback mode.
Press to select audio mode such as SINGLE, MIX and MUTE.
MUTE- All of 4 channels.
SINGLE- Highlighted channel only.
MIX- All of 4 channels.
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8
F/REW
Jump/Step backward. In playback mode, the playback position moves
60 seconds backward.
9
ALARM
9
F/ADV
Press to enable/disable ALARM operation.
Jump/Step forward. In playback mode, the playback position moves
60 seconds forward.
10
FF
11
REC
12
SEARCH
PLAY/PAUSE
13
UP
Press to fast forward the footage in playback mode.
Press to start or stop manual recording.
Press to go to SEARCH menu in live display mode.
Press to play and pause the footage in playback mode.
Press to move up the menu in Setup mode.
It is also used as the number 1 when entering password.
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RIGHT
Press to move right or to change the values in Setup mode.
It is also used as the number 2 when entering password.
15
DOWN
Press to move down the menu in Setup mode.
It is also used as the number 3 when entering password.
16
LEFT
Press to move left or to change the values in Setup mode.
It is also used as the number 4 when entering password.
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SEL
Press to select desired menu item or to store the setup value.
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ESC
Press for temporary storage of the changed value or to return to the
previous menu screen.
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USB Port
To archive still-image or video into a USB memory and USB CDW or
upgrade firmware with USB memory stick.
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1-2. Rear Panel
Figure 2.2.1. Rear Panel
Table 2.2.1. Rear panel connections
NO
Connection
Purpose
1
VIDEO IN
HD-SDI connectors for video input.
2
AUDIO IN
4/8/16 connectors for audio input.
In case of 16ch, an audio cable is needed from ch 5 to ch 16.
AUDIO OUT
3
HDMI OUT
4
VGA
5
RS-232C
1 connector for audio output.
HDMI connectors for main video output.
Connector for VGA monitor.
For engineering use only, the function be used by a gender through the
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VGA output
6
E-SATA
7
ETHERNET
8
USB Port
9
SENSOR IN
10
RS-485
11
ALARM OUT
External SATA terminal
RJ-45 connector for network function
Connector for Mouse or Backup
4/8/16 Connectors for Sensor device connection
RS-485 control terminal (D+, D-)
1/2/4 connectors for alarm device.
Provide simple on/off switching by using relay (A, B)
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POWER
DV12V for 4/8ch. 280W SMPS for 16ch
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HD Out
HD SDI Out for HD SDI Monitor
1-3. Remote control
RECORD
DISPLAY
4/8ch
16ch
Manual recording
Display of Full, Quad, 9 or 16 split
screen
F/REW
Jump 60 seconds backward
PLAY/PAUSE
Play/Pause
F/ADV
Jump 60 seconds forward
REW
Rewind
BACKUP
Backup still or video data
FF
Fast Forward
ALARM
Disable alarm operation
SETUP
Setup menu screen
ID
DVR ID (ID Button + DVR ID number)
AUDIO
Mute, Single(1CH)
LOCK
Lock all of key functions
SEQ
Sequence of Full or Quad view
PTZ
PTZ menu screen
SEARCH
Search menu screen
DIRECTION KEY
Direction key
SELECT
Select or display of split screen
ESC
Esc
NUMBER 1~9,0
Channel 1 to 9 / 10CH->press 0
Channel 11 to16
+10
11CH->press +10 and number 1
16CH->press +10 and number 6
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1. Setting up the DVR
The following sections detail the initial setup of a DVR.
2-1. Setup – Main Screen
To enter the setup menu, select MENU and SETUP on the screen using the mouse or press the SETUP
button on the front panel. Then select a user type. User can select one of user types (ADMIN, USER1,
USER2, USER3) using the control button (◀ ▲ ▶ ▼) on the front panel and press SEL button.
Input the password by front key panel, mouse or remote controller.
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Use the Virtual Keyboard when you use front key and mouse. The factory default password is 1111.
It is highly recommended to assign a new password to protect the system. User can assign a new
password in SECURITY setup menu.
CONTROL BAR AUTO HIDE: Set to hide automatically or display continuously a control bar on the bottom
side in a Live mode.
CHANNEL INFORMATION: Display a channel number, channel name, resolution, frame rate, quality and
recording type of each channel.
SYSTEM INFORMATION: Display a software version, storage size, network type, IP address, MAC
address, DDNS status, DVR ID and remote controller ID of the system.
SYSTEM LOCK: To lock the system, user input a password. To unlock the system, please press ESC
button for 5 seconds on a front panel or a remote control. You can also unlock the system when pressing
LOCK icon on the screen using a mouse control. Then, the system will ask a password.
Table 2.1.1. Setup menu tree

DISPLAY
–
OSD
–
SEQUENCE
–
SEQUENCE-DWELL TIME
–
CHANNEL
–

NAME
-
COVERT
VIDEO OPTION (HDMI/VGA)
RECORD
–

-
CHANNEL
-
RECORDING MODE
-
RESOLUTION
-
FRAME RATE
-
QUALITY
-
RECORDING
-
SENSOR RECORDING
-
PRE RECORD
-
POST EVENT RECORD
-
AUDIO
-
SCHEDULE
DEVICE
–
ALARM OUT
–
CONTROLLER & PTZ
–
CHANNEL
–
-
MOTION ZONE
-
MOTION SENSITIVITY
KEY TONE
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–
REMOTE CONTROL ID
–
SENSOR
-

STORAGE
–
OVERWRITE
–
DISK FORMAT
–
DISK INFO
–
RECORDING LIMIT
-
–





TYPE
RECORDING LIMIT DAYS
S.M.A.R.T
SYSTEM
–
DVR-ID
–
DESCRIPTION
–
LANGUAGE
–
DATE FORMAT
–
SET DATE & TIME
–
CLIENT ACCESS
–
NTP
–
SEND EMAIL
SECURITY
–
USER AUTHENTICATION
–
USER PASSOWRD
–
AUTHORITY OF PLAYBACK
NETWORK
–
PORT
–
NETWORK AUDIO PORT
–
WEB PORT
–
NETWORK TYPE (DHCP, STATIC)
–
DDNS
–
NETWORK STREAM
CONFIG
–
SAVE SETUP TO A USB
–
LOAD SETUP FROM A USB
–
LOAD DEFAULT
–
LOAD FACTORY DEFAULT
–
SOFTWARE UPGRADE
QUICK SETUP
–
USE QUICK SETUP
–
CUSTOMER SETTINGS
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2-2. Setup – Display Mode
Press the SETUP button and enter the password. The setup menu is displayed as picture below. Select
DISPLAY icon and press SEL button to enter the setup menu item. Navigate through the menu items using
the control button (◀ ▲ ▶ ▼) and change the value of the menu item using the control button
(◀ ▲ ▶ ▼). To return to setup menu screen, press the ESC button.
Figure 2.2.1. Display mode setup screen
Table 2.2.1. Menu items in DISPLAY mode setup
Item
OSD
Description
Enable/disable on-screen-display.
Select ON: show it on the screen, Select OFF: Disappear on the screen.
SEQUENCE
Enable/disable sequential display of video in full screen mode.
SEQ-DWELL
Set the dwell time of each, single channel display in sequential display mode
TIME
(3~60seconds)
CHANNEL
Select a channel for applying the following settings using the control button (◀ ▲ ▶
▼). Press SEL button to change the channel.
NAME
Set the channel name. Press SEL button and set the channel name and select OK using
the control button (◀ ▲ ▶ ▼).
COVERT Enable/disable display of the video channel in live display mode.
VIDEO
Select a video output type for HDMI/VGA. Default value is 1280x720p. If the monitor
OUTPUT
doesn’t support some output type, it would be returned to the previous value.
(HDMI/VGA)
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2-3. Setup – Recording Mode
Press the SETUP button and enter the password. The setup menu is displayed as picture below. Select
RECORD icon and press SEL button to enter the setup menu item. Navigate through the menu items using
the control button (◀ ▲ ▶ ▼) and change the value of the menu item using the control button (◀ ▲ ▶
▼). To return to setup menu screen, press the ESC button.
Figure 2.3.1. Recording mode setup screen
Table 2.3.1. Menu items in Recording mode setup
Menu item
CHANNEL
Description
Select a channel for applying the following settings using the control button (◀ ▲ ▶
▼). Press SEL button to change the setting value of all channels at once. Once you
select an item, then press SEL to set value for all channels.
Use virtual keyboard for all setting on one screen as you want as bellow picture.
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RECORD This compact DVR has a record mode. Maximum recording frame rate per channel is
MODE
different by the record mode as follows.
Record
Input
Resolution
mode
720 mode
720/1080
(1280x720)
1080 mode
720
(1920x1080)
1080
Maximum Recording Framerate per ch
4ch
8ch
16ch
1280x720
12fps
12fps
12fps
640x360
15fps
15fps
15fps
1280x720
10fps
10fps
7fps
640x360
15fps
15fps
7fps
1920x1080
5fps
5fps
5fps
1920x540
10fps
10fps
7fps
1280x720
10fps
10fps
7fps
640x360
15fps
15fps
7fps
Each record mode is applied from ch1 to ch 4, from ch 5 to ch 8, from ch 9 to ch 12 and
from ch 13 to ch 16, as follows.
RESOLUTION Set the resolution for the specified channel: 1920x1080, 1920x540, 1280x720 and
640x360.
FRAME RATE
Set the frame rate for the specified channel. The sum of the frame rate values from
each channel cannot exceed the maximum frame rates for a specific recording
resolution by the specific recode mode.
* It is possible to use 1080p camera and 720p camera at the same time. Please
note that the system has to be booted after connecting all cameras on the
system.
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QUALITY Select the recording quality for the specified channel. Options are: Level 1 (Low), 2, 3, 4
and 5 (High)
RECORDING
Assign the recording mode for each channel. Options are: Continuous, By Motion, By
Sensor, By Schedule or Disable.
SENSOR Enable setting up to 4 sensors for the specified channel using the control button (◀ ▲
RECORDING
▶ ▼).
PRE RECORD Enable/disable pre-event recording. Pre-event recording time is 15 seconds to 20
minutes(Selectable)
POST EVENT
Set the post event recording time duration for the specified channel. (10-60 seconds)
RECORD
AUDIO
SCHEDULE
Enable/disable audio recording for the specified channel.
Set the recording schedule. Press SEL to go to schedule setup screen.
2-3-1. Recording Schedules
To setup a recording schedule, select SCHEDULE in the RECORD menu. Navigate through the items using
the control button (◀ ▲ ▶ ▼).
Once the channel 1 is selected, SCHEDULE-CH1 screen is displayed. Select ALL or each day using the
control button (◀ ▲ ▶ ▼) and set the recording mode using the SEL button repeatedly
.
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Figure 2.3.2. Schedule recording setup screen
C: CONTINUOUS recording, when you select the color will change to Blue Color
M: MOTION recording, when you select the color will change to Yellow Color
S: SENSOR recording, when you select the color will change to Red Color
-: Does not record
[ALL]: Move the cursor to ALL and select a recording mode C,M or S using the SEL button to set the same
setting for every day.
[SUN to SAT]: Move the cursor to SUN to SAT and select a recording mode C,M or S using the SEL button
to set the same setting for the whole day.
[Vertical Bar “ | “]: Move the cursor to ALL and move the cursor to the specific time using the control button
(◀ ▲ ▶ ▼). And select a recording mode C,M or S using the SEL button to set the same setting.
[SEL]: The recording mode can be selected by pressing repeatedly the SEL button.
[COPY FROM] [COPY TO]: Set the channel 1 schedule and select COPY TO using the control button (◀
▲ ▶ ▼), select CH2 using the control button (◀ ▲ ▶ ▼) and press the SEL button. Then the CH1
schedule is copied to CH2.
To return to setup menu screen, press the ESC button.
The setting of the schedule recording is determined by the admin only.
2-4. Setup – Device Mode
Press the SETUP button and enter the password. The setup menu is displayed as picture below. Select
DEVICE icon and press SEL button to enter the setup menu item. Navigate through the menu items using
the control button (◀ ▲ ▶ ▼) and change the value of the menu item using the control button (◀ ▲ ▶
▼).To return to setup menu screen, press the ESC button.
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Figure 2.4.1. Device mode setup screen
Table 2.4.1. Menu items in Device Setup screen
Item
Description
ALARM OUT
Set the sensor, motion, and video loss for each alarm.
CONTROLLER & PTZ
Set the Controller and PTZ camera speed, number, type and
ID.
CHANNEL
Select specified channel for motion zone setup.
MOTION ZONE Select either Full Zone or Partial Zone for motion sensing.
MOTION SENSITIVITY Set the motion sensitivity for the specified channel.
Control the motion sensitivity from 1 to 9.
KEY TONE
Enable/disable key tone.
REMOTE CONTROL ID
Select an ID of remote control.
1. Select ID.
2. Press the same number as ID set in DVR on a remote
control.
3. Then icon will be displayed on Live screen of DVR that
respond to the remote control.
The options are from 00 to 99
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SENSOR
Select sensor NO from 1 to 4
TYPE Set the type of sensor for the specified channel. Options are:
OFF, N/O (normal open), and N/C (normal closed).
2-4-1. ALARM-OUT
Figure 2.4.2. ALARM-OUT setup screen
Table 2.4.2. Menu item in ALARM-OUT Setup screen
Item
ALARM OUT
Description
Select an alarm out number.
Available NO: 4ch (1), 8ch (2), 16ch (4)
SENSOR IN Enable Alarm Out by Sensor up to 4/8/16 Inputs.
MOTION ON Enable Alarm Out by Camera Motion up to 4 cameras.
VIDEO LOSS ON Enable Alarm Out by Video Loss up to 4 cameras.
ALARM DURATION Set the alarm dwell time from 5 to 60 seconds.
ERROR ALARM
Set the error type for the alarm activation. The options are
OFF, ALL, HDD ERROR and VIDEO LOSS.
2-4-2 Controller & PTZ Setup
To control the controller and PTZ functions of the camera, connect a controller to the RS-485 port.
① Connect the RS-485 cables of Controller and PTZ camera to the RS-485 port on the rear panel.
② Press SEL button or double click to enter the menu. Then Controller and PTZ menu screen is
displayed.
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Figure 2.4.3. Controller and PTZ Control Setup Screen
Note: For speed dome cameras that support RS-485, connect them directly to the RS-485 port. If the
camera is controlled with RS-232C, use an RS-485 to RS-232C signal converter.
On the Controller and PTZ control setup screen, you can select or set the protocol type of the camera that
is the same as the one installed on the site. If the camera has a specific camera ID, select the camera ID
using the control button (◀ ▲ ▶ ▼).
The following options are available on the Controller and PTZ setup screen.
CHANNEL (channel number that the Controller and PTZ is connected to)
NAME (protocol type)
SPEED (19200, 14400, 9600, 4800, 2400)
ID (0-63)
2-4-3. Motion Zone Setup
Select MOTION ZONE using the control button (◀ ▲ ▶ ▼) and select either PARTIAL ZONE or FULL
ZONE using the control button (◀ ▲ ▶ ▼). And press the SEL button.
If FULL ZONE is selected, the motion setting screen is not displayed. Only set the level of sensitivity for
MOTION SENSITIVITY.
FULL ZONE: The motion sensor is active on the whole screen.
PARTIAL ZONE: The motion sensor is active in the set detection frame.
Select the sensor detection position using the control button (◀ ▲ ▶ ▼) and press the SEL button.
Then the color of the position which is selected will be changed. Press ESC button to return to the DEVICE
setup menu.
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Figure 2.4.4. Motion Zone selection screen
2-5. Setup – Storage Mode
Press the SETUP button and enter the password. The setup menu is displayed as picture below. Select
STORAGE icon and press SEL button to enter the setup menu item. Navigate through the menu items
using the control button (◀ ▲ ▶ ▼) and change the value of the menu item using the control button (◀
▲ ▶ ▼). To return to setup menu screen, press the ESC button.
Figure 2.5.1. STORAGE setup screen
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Table 2.5.1. Menu items in STORAGE Setup screen
Item
OVERWRITE
Description
When enabled, the DVR will continue recording and overwrite the oldest existing
recorded data once the hard drive is full. When disabled, recording will stop once the
hard drive is full.
DISK FORMAT
You will have an option YES or NO for the hard drive format.
Caution:
We recommend that you archive any data that you may need in the future before you
format the hard drive.
DISK INFO
Hard drive information
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RECORDING
Enable/disable recording limit.
LIMIT
RECORDING Set the recording limit days.(1- 90 days)
LIMIT DAYS The data will remove by the hour.
S.M.A.R.T.
Set the alarm and buzzer by setting HDD temperature limit.
2-6. Setup – System Mode
Press the SETUP button and enter the password. The setup menu is displayed as picture below. Select
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SYSTEM icon and press SEL button to enter the menu item. Navigate through the menu items using the
control button (◀ ▲ ▶ ▼) and change the value of the menu item using the control button (◀ ▲ ▶ ▼).
To return to setup menu screen, press the ESC button.
Figure 2.6.1. SYSTEM Setup Screen
Table 2.6.1. Menu items in SYSTEM Setup screen
Item
DVR ID
Description
Press the SEL button and select DVR ID using the control button (◀ ▲ ▶ ▼),
and press SEL button. Press OK to apply the selected DVR ID.
SPACE / Caps Lock(Select either Capital or Lower letter)
BS(Back space: Erase previous character) / Clear(Erase all characters)
DESCRIPTION
Press SEL button to view system information.
(Software version, Storage size, IP address and MAC address.)
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LANGUAGE
Select the display language using the control button (◀ ▲ ▶ ▼).
Once a
language is selected, the display language changes.
DATE FORMAT
Select the date display format using the control button (◀ ▲ ▶ ▼). Options
are: YYYY/MM/DD, MM/DD/YYYY, DD/MM/YYYY, YYYY-MM-DD, MM-DD-YYYY,
DD-MM-YYYY
SET DATE&TIME
Select the display date and time using the mouse or the control button (◀ ▲ ▶
▼) on the remote control and press OK button to set the present date and time.
DAY LIGHT SAVING
Select DAYLIGHT SAVING using the mouse and the control button (◀ ▲ ▶ ▼)
on the remote control and select the appropriate daylight saving time zone.
If choosing EU or OTHERS, set the applicable conditions.
The options are:
OFF
USA
EU
OTHERS
1. OFF: Daylight saving is not set.
2. USA: Applies the USA daylight saving time.
3. EU: Applies the EU daylight saving time.
- Select the GMT AREA using the control button (◀ ▲ ▶ ▼).
- Set the time difference with the standard time using the control button
(◀ ▲ ▶ ▼).
4. OTHERS: If the time zone is neither USA nor E, set the start and end date
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of the daylight saving period.
-
Select BEGIN or END using the control button (◀ ▲ ▶ ▼) and
press the SEL button.
-
Select the item using the control button (◀ ▲ ▶ ▼), select the
setting value using the control button (◀ ▲ ▶ ▼) and press the
ESC button to return to SET DATE & TIME setup menu.
CAUTION:
- Do not set the start time to 23:00 for DLS.
- DLS can’t be applied if the date of BEGIN and END is the same.
CLIENT ACCESS
Enable/Disable remote access through network client software.
NTP
NTP is an abbreviation for Network Time Protocol, which is for synchronizing the
clocks of computer systems over variable-latency data networks.
PRIMARY SNTP SERVER: Input the address of the primary NTP time
server.
SECONDARY SNTP SERVER: Input the address of the secondary
NTP time server.
TIME ZONE: Greenwich Mean Time(GMT) is a term originally referring to
mean solar time at the Royal Observatory, Greenwich in
London. Because NTP synchronizes with Greenwich Mean
Time(GMT) regardless of geography, users must set their
own time difference. (Ex.KOREA GMT+09:00)
CONNECTON MODE: Select NTP time server connection mode.
INTERVAL: Synchronize the clock by hours which is set on the
connection period menu.
TIME: Synchronize the clock at the time daily which is set on the
connection period menu.
CONNECTION PERIOD: 1~24
SEND EMAIL
Enable/disable the send e-mail function.(ON/OFF)
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TRANSMISSION MODE: Sending an image only of the channel that triggered the
alarm when an alarm event is triggered.
IP NOTIFICATION: Enable/disable sending e-mail when the IP address of your
DVR is changed.
EVENT ALARM: Enable/disable sending e-mail reports on the channel that
triggered the alarm when an alarm event is triggered.
MAIL BY S.M.A.R.T: Enable/disable sending e-mail when the temperature of
S.M.A.R.T. of HDD is over.
MAIL BY STATUS: Enable/disable sending the system information by monthly,
weekly or timely.
MAIL PORT: To set a mail port; SSL(465) or TLS(587)
SECURE OPTION: To set a secure option; SSL(465) or TLS(587)
MAIL TO: Enter the appropriate email address to enable sending e-mail reports
using a virtual keyboard.
MAIL SERVER: Enter the appropriate mail server information to enable sending
daily e-mail reports using a virtual keyboard.
ID: To set the connection user ID for the mail server using a virtual keyboard.
(ex.ID@yahoo.com)
PASSWORD: To set the connection password for the mail server using a virtual
keyboard.
MAIL FROM: To set the mail address sent to the destination host using a virtual
keyboard.
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2-7. Setup – SECURITY Mode
Press the SETUP button and enter the password. The setup menu is displayed as picture below. Select
SECURITY icon and press SEL button to enter the setup menu item. Navigate through the menu items
using the control button (◀ ▲ ▶ ▼) and change the value of the menu item using the control button (◀
▲ ▶ ▼). To return to setup menu screen, press the ESC button
Figure 2.7.1. SECURITY setup screen
Table 2.7.1. Menu Items in SECURITY Setup Screen
Item
Description
USER
PASSWORD CHECK:
AUTHENTICATION
Check either V or blank for the functions such as
Setup, Playback(PB), PTZ, Record OFF(R/OFF), and Network.
V: Ask for a password when the given function is selected for all users.
Blank: Does not ask for a password when the given function is selected for all users.
USER PASSWORD
ADMIN, NETWORK, USER1, USER2, USER3:
Options are ADMIN, USER1, USER2 and USER3.
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Select USER PASSWORD using control button (◀ ▲ ▶ ▼)
and press SEL
button. Select user type using the control button (◀ ▲ ▶ ▼) and SEL button.
Enter the current password and select OK. Enter the new password and select OK.
Enter the same password again to confirm and select OK. Then the message
“PASSWORD CHANGED” is displayed.
The factory default password is 1111.
AUTHORITY OF
Enable/disable a covert function in playback mode by channel.
PLAYBACK
V: No covert.
Blank: Covert
2-8. Setup – Network Mode
Press the SETUP button and enter the password. The setup menu is displayed as picture below. Select
NETWORK icon and press SEL button to enter the setup menu item. Navigate through the menu items
using the control button (◀ ▲ ▶ ▼) and change the value of the menu item using the control button (◀
▲ ▶ ▼). To return to setup menu screen, press the ESC button
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Figure 2.8.1. NETWORK setup screen
Table 2.8.1. Menu items in Network Setup screen
Item
Description
PORT
Port number (Default: 5445)
NETWORK AUDIO
Port number (Default: 5446)
PORT
WEB PORT
Web Sever Port number (Default: 80)
NETWORK TYPE
Select a type of network connection. Options are:
DHCP and STATIC
Note. Other parts of the network setup screen change depending
on what network type you select.
DHCP DVR automatically get IP varying from time to time from network
and does not therefore need to be set.
STATIC Assigned to an Internet service provider (ISP) to be its permanent
address on the Internet.
DNS (PRIMARY) The address for the primary DNS server
DNS (SECONDARY) The address for the secondary DNS server
DDNS
OFF – Disable DDNS
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“SERVER 1” : Using free DDNS server
“SERVER 2” : Using Customers own DDNS server
“SERVER 3” : Using free Auto DDNS server
CAUTION:
Do not change this sever name. If this is changed, the DDNS
service cannot be available.
DDNS INTERVAL: Set the connection interval (5-60minutes)
NETWORK STREAM
Set the value for network streaming.
2-8-1. Port, Network Audio Port and Web Port
When you connect one or more DVRs to a network through an IP sharing device, each device must have a
unique TCP port number for access to each unit from outside the LAN. Also, the IP sharing device must be
configured for port forwarding so when each port is accessed on the IP sharing device, it will forward to the
appropriate DVR.
Note: This port number is listed next to the Port menu option in the Network Setup screen. If you plan to
access the DVR units only from within the same LAN, the TCP port does not have to be changed.
Network access beyond a router
In order to access the DVR remotely beyond a router (firewall), the user must open TCP port for
command level, live/storage channels. User need to open port number 5445 and 5445.
If the DVR supports remote setup and upgrade function over the network, user need to open additional
port number 80.
Web viewer Network access beyond Router
In order to access beyond Router (Firewall), user must open 1 TCP port that is set on NETWORK >
WEB PORT. If this port is not open properly, user can not access DVR using direct Web viewer
(Example: When NETWORK > WEB PORT is set as 80, 80 TCP port of IP address of DVR must be
open.)
2-8-2. Network Types
2-8-2-1. DHCP
An IP address is automatically assigned by the DHCP server, which automatically assigns IP address and
other parameters to new devices.
When ADSL or other network being used adopts variable IP method, not fixed IP.
way to automatically get IP address.
2-8-2-2.STATIC
1. For the use of fixed IP.
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This option is used as a
(See your network administrator if you do not have this information.)
2. When DVR is installed in IP sharer that is connected with ADSL, a user can assign fixed IP to DVR
from IP sharer itself using “DMZ” function out of such sharer.
Input IP set in DMZ on “IP” field and Gateway of ADSL modem on “Gateway” field. Similarly, for Subnet
Mask, DNS address, input relevant values in IP sharer.
Table 2.8.2. LAN
Item
Description
IP
The fixed IP address of the DVR unit.
SUBNET MASK
The subnet mask for the LAN
GATEWAY
The IP address of the Gateway
DNS (PRIMARY)
The address for the DNS server
DNS (SECONDARY)
The address for the DNS server
2-8-3. DDNS
① SERVER1
Select Server 1 to setup a DDNS using okddns.com server. oknnds.com is a free service. Go to okddns.com and click on DDNS
REGISTRATION. Enter your DVR's MAC address (found in the System Info tab). Enter a desired Domain Name and click on Validate
Duplication. If the Domain Name you have selected is available, click Register to complete the registration. Once you are done with
configuration in the okddns.com website, select Server1 in the DDNS drop down list, and select okddns.com in the Server1 DDNS
Server Name. Set the DDNS interval from 5~ 60 minutes. This sets how often the DVR will test if the DHCP IP Address has changed.
Figure 2.8.2. Network setup screen – DDNS Server 1
② SERVER2
dyndns.com. You can use this option if you wish to setup a Domain Name using the dyndns.com server. Note: This service requires
subscription and payment.
Figure 2.8.3. Network setup screen – DDNS Server 2
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③ SERVER3
Auto DDNS. This is an easy auto DDNS setup feature. If selected, the DVR will automatically register itself with okddns.com. This
feature will setup DDNS automatically for you. In addition, unlike in Server1 option, this option will provide you with DVR health
checking and additional features such as UPnP, at no cost to you.
Figure 2.8.4. Network setup screen – DDNS Server 3
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How to use Server 3
1. You can input your hostname what you want and select ‘OK’ in order to register and checking the success status as below picture.
If you failed auto register then status will show a ‘Not Registered MAC’ message.
2. If you don’t want to put the hostname, select ‘AUTO’ and ‘OK’. MAC address appear when you selected ‘AUTO’ and this MAC address be a host
name.
3. If you want to change the host name, input the hostname and ‘OK’
2-8-4. NETWORK STREAM
User can set the Resolution, the frame rate and the quality for a network stream classified by channel.
It is recommended that user should adjust each item to proper level to get the network service smoothly.
Figure 2.8.4. Network setup screen – Network Stream
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2-9. Setup - CONFIG Mode
Press the SETUP button and enter the password. The setup menu is displayed as picture below. Select
CONFIG icon and press SEL button to enter the setup menu item. Navigate through the menu items using
the control button (◀ ▲ ▶ ▼) and change the value of the menu item using the control button (◀ ▲ ▶
▼). To return to setup menu screen, press the ESC button
Figure 2.9.1. Config setup screen
Table 2.9.1. Config setup
Item
Description
SAVE SETUP
User can save the current configuration (Setting values) of DVR to the
TO A USB
USB memory stick. Put the USB stick on the front panel and press SEL to
start the saving process.
LOAD SETUP
User can upload the configuration of DVR to another DVR using the USB
FROM A USB
Memory stick. Put the USB stick on the front panel and press SEL to start
the loading process.
LOAD
Select ON to reset the system to the default settings.
DEFAULT
(The follow setting such as Language, DVR ID, Security User
Authentication, Security User P/W, Date format, DLS setting, Network
setting, HDD serial number and HDD error time will not be included.)
LOAD
Select ON to reset the system to the factory default settings.
FACTORY
DEFAULT
SOFTWARE
User can upgrade the latest firmware to this menu. Please refer to 7.
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UPGRADE
Upgrading Firmware.
2-10. Quick Setup
In the MENU, select the QUICK SETUP tab. Then, the QUICK SETUP menu is displayed as pictured below.
Navigate through the menu items using the mouse or the control button (◀ ▲ ▶ ▼) on the remote
control and change the value of the menu item.
Figure 2.10.1. Quick Setup Screen
The QUICK SETUP has high priority than other setting values on RECORDING and NETWORK menu. The
QUICK SETUP also cannot set to classified according to channel.
Table 2.10.1. Quick Setup
Item
Description
USE QUICK
Select the Checkbox to use the Quick Setup.
SETUP
When user inputs the DESIRED DAYS to record, the system displays a
recommended record mode, resolution, frame rate, quality and recording
type after calculating the capacity of the installed HDD. At that time, the
priority is followed by the order of the items; record mode, resolution, frame
rate, quality and recording type.
CUSTOMER
User can change the setting value such as record mode, resolution, frame
SETTINGS
rate, quality and recording type. By the setting value, the DAYS TO
RECORD will change.
2. Saving Setup
To preserve the setup values that you have changed, select YES.
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3. Live, Search, and Playback
4-1. Live Viewing Screen
In the Live screen, video inputs from the cameras are displayed as they are configured in the Display Setup
screen. Various on-screen display (OSD) symbols, which indicate the status of the DVR, are described in
Table 4.1.1.
Figure 4.1.1. Live Viewing Screen
Table 4.1.1. Status Indicator Icons in Live Viewing Screen
Icon
Description
Click the power icon when you want to shut it off by mouse
Click the LOCK icon when you want to lock and unlock the DVR by a
mouse
Click the SETUP icon on the screen using the mouse to see menu items.
Select menu item (SETUP, SEARCH, RECORD, PTZ, SEQUENCE,
AUDIO or ALARM-OUT) using the mouse to enable/disable its functions
Click the AUDIO icon when you want to activate the audio using a mouse
Click this SEARCH icon when you want to play back and search from the
recorded data using a mouse
Click this PTZ icon when you want to control the PTZ cams using a
mouse
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Click this SEQUENCE icon when you want to activate the sequential
screen
Click this MANUAL RECORD icon when you want to manually record
Click this ALARM OUT icon when you want to activate alarm out
Click the split screen icon to change the current split screen mode using
the mouse or SEL button.
Displays the current date and time
Remote control ID display. If no remote ID is set the message “ALL” is
displayed.
Displays the amount of recording on the hard disk from 0-100%.
Indicates that HDD is recycled.
Continuous recording in progress.
Manual recording in progress. To set the Manual recording mode, press
the Record button on the front panel.
Motion alarm recording in progress.
Sensor recording in progress.
Indicates that lock activated, this icon will be back to black color when
unlock.
Audio mute. To set audio mute, press the Audio button on the front panel.
Single audio display. To set audio single for highlighted channel only,
press the Audio button on the front panel.
Indicates that alarm is set. To set the alarm function, press the Alarm
button on the front panel.
Indicates that alarm output is activated.
Event indicator. When there is an event (motion recording, video loss,
HDD fail, S.M.A.R.T), this icon will be highlighted bright.
Indicates that a network client is connected to the DVR.
Indicates that sequencing mode is enabled.
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4-2. SEARCH Screen
To enter the search screen, select SEARCH menu on the screen using the mouse or press SEARCH icon
on live screen.
Figure 4.2.1. Search Screen
There are 7 ways of search menu such as TIMELINE, EVENT, GO TO FIRST TIME, GO TO LAST TIME,
GO TO SPECIFIC TIME, ARCHIVE and LOG on the screen.
4-2-1. TIME-LINE Search
The TIME-LINE search window is used to find the stored video by using the time line bar.
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When it clicks a Timeline menu, user can see a calendar which has recording data. Select a specific date
and time. Use a drag-and-drop function of the mouse control. User can select a specific minutes using a
button in the above red box. Press a PLAY button after setting a specific time. Press the PREV to return to
the SEARCH window.
4-2-2. Event Search
The Event Search window is used to find stored video.
Figure 4.2.2. Event Search screen
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When it clicks an Event menu, user can see a calendar which has recording data. Select a specific date
and then user can see all data. Press a PLAY button to playback the data or a SAVE button to save the
data at once after selecting a specific data. User can find a data of the specific channel and event using a
button in the above red box. Press the PREV to return to the SEARCH window.
4-2-3. Go To First Time
You can access from the oldest recorded data on the DVR hard drive by selecting GO TO FIRST TIME
on the SEARCH window. Press the PREV to return to the SEARCH window.
4-2-4. Go To Last Time
You can access from the last minute recorded data on the DVR hard drive by selecting GO TO LAST
TME on the SEARCH window. Press the PREV to return to the SEARCH window.
4-2-5. Go To Specific Time
Figure 4.2.3. Go To Specific Time
User can search for video data from a specific instance by setting the date and time in the Go To
Specific Time menu. Use the mouse or the control button (◀ ▲ ▶ ▼) on the remote control to change
the date and time value and press the PLAY button after setting. If there are no the video data in the set
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date and time, the DVR will play the latest video data.
4-2-6. Archive Search
The ARCHIVE Search window is used to find previously stored video or images.
Figure 4.2.4. Archive Search Screen
When it clicks an Archive menu, user can see a calendar which has recording data. Select a specific date
and then user can see all data. When it presses a Display button, the still image or the first frame of the
selected video is opened and user can save the data.
4-2-7. Log Search
You can access the LOG list search screen by selecting LOG on the SEARCH window.
Figure 4.2.5. Log Search Screen
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When it clicks a Log menu, user can see a calendar which has recording data. Select a specific date and
press NEXT button. Then user can see all log data. Press SAVE button to save the data and then the data
is saved to text file format.
4-3. Play mode
During playback of a recorded event, the mode changes from SEARCH to PLAY. While in PLAY mode, you
may return to the SEARCH screen by pressing the X button on the status bar or the ESC button of a
remote control.
Figure 4.3.1. PLAY Mode Screen
The following status bar hides automatically and appears again when putting a mouse pointer to the bar.
Table 4.3.1. Button functions in PLAY Mode
Button
Description
Return to the previous menu screen, search window, or exit from the
Menu
Press to rewind the footage at 1x, 2x and 4x speeds. Reverse playback
◀◀
speed is shown as -1x(normal), -2x (2 times normal) and -4x (4 times
normal) at the bottom right of the screen.
--◀
Jump/Step backward.
The playback position moves 60 seconds backward.
▶/ II
Press to play or pause recorded video.
▶--
Jump/Step forward. Playback position moves 60 seconds forward.
Press to fast forward the footage at 1x, 2x and 4x speeds. Playback
▶▶
speed is indicated as +1x, +2x and +4x for normal, twice and 4 times of
the regular speed at the bottom right of the screen.
Press to backup the video.
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5. PTZ Control
To control the PTZ functions of the camera, select PTZ menu on the screen using the mouse. Select the
item you wish to control the PTZ camera and control them using the mouse or the control button (◀ ▲
▶ ▼) on the remote control. Please refer to the table 5.1. for the control.
Figure 5.1. PTZ
Control Screen
Table 5.1. Button Functions in PTZ Control
Item
Description
INITIALIZE
Initialize the PTZ settings of the selected camera.
PAN / TILT
Select PAN/TILT using the mouse or the control button
(◀ ▲ ▶ ▼) and press SEL button on the remote
control.
Adjust the tilt(UP/DOWN) / pan(LEFT/RIGHT) position
using the mouse or the control button (◀ ▲ ▶ ▼) on
the remote control.
ZOOM /
Select ZOOM/FOCUS using the mouse or the control
FOCUS
button (◀ ▲ ▶ ▼) and press SEL button on the
remote control.
Adjust the zoom(Mouse Wheel Down or Up/Down button
of the remote control)/focus(Mouse Wheel Up or
Left/Right button of the remote control)position.
OSD
Select the OSD to enter the menu. Control keys are
Right, Left, UP, Down, Select, Far (REW KEY), and Near
(FF KEY). Press the ESC button to return to the main
menu. Press the PTZ button to escape from the OSD
menu.
AUTOSCAN
Press the right key (▶) on the control button to start
auto scan
Press the left key (◀) on the control button to stop auto
scan.
PRESET
Select the PRESET and press the left key (◀) on the
control button. Then, number input window will appear.
Set the number (3 digits) using the number key and
press the SEL to set the preset number for the current
position.
Press the right key (▶) on the control button and set the
number (3 digits) to go to the preset number.
TOUR
Select the TOUR and press the right key (▶) on the
control button. Then, number input window will appear.
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Set the number (1 digit) using the number key and press
SEL to make the group number work.
Press the left key (◀) on the control button to stop tour.
User can set the preset number in the tour group of the
OSD menu.
NUMBER
Avail ble only on the TOUR and PRESET menu.
Press the ESC button to return to the main menu.
 Preset/ Tour/ OSD/ Autoscan function are available on the specific model AP8777 and
PMA-200. (Select it in the NAME of PTZ setup menu)
6. Back up
6-1. Video or still image backup onto USB flash memory
Video or still image can be captured and archived onto the USB stick or hard drive while playing back
recorded video.
<NOTICE
For a backup using a USB stick, a format of the USB stick has to be set to FAT32.>
In playback mode, press the BACKUP button to launch the archiving function.
1. When you press BACKUP button, the DVR will ask whether to archive a Still Image or Video clip.
2. If the user selects VIDEO, the DVR will ask for the media. To use the huge backup, the external
USB HDD has to be mounted.
3. After selecting the media, the DVR will ask for the channel and the setting of the archiving duration.
If the huge Backup is selected, the duration is from 1 hour to 24 hours.
4. After selecting the channel and setting of the duration, the system will start to archive the data to
the selected media.
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Figure 6.1.1. Video Archiving and Backup Screen
6-2. Transferring still images or video from the ARCHIVE list
The stored data onto hard drive will be found in the ARCHIVE list in SEARCH window.
User can back up still images or video into the storage device from the ARCHIVE list.
1. Select the date to begin searching and navigate through the days using the mouse or the control button
(◀ ▲ ▶ ▼) on the remote control.
2. Once you have selected the date, press NEXT button to open the list of stored data.
3. Use the mouse or the control button (◀ ▲ ▶ ▼) on the remote control to scroll through the on-screen
listings.
4. Select a list of stored events that happened previous to or after the current selection.
5. Once the desired event has been selected, press NEXT button to view the still image or the first frame
of the selected video.
6. Press the BACKUP button to launch the archiving function in playback mode.
7. Press CLOSE button to return to the SEARCH window.
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Figure 6.2.1. Archive Search Screen
6-3. Playback of Backup Video
 NSF format: NSF format video can be played back by the player (the HD player) that the DVR
copies on USB thumb drive with video.
Two folders are copied on USB thumb drive
- BACKUP DATA: NSF format video file and INDEX file for a title file of date and time
- HD PLAYER: Exclusive video viewer.
 AVI format: It can be played back by Window Media Player™ or other media player that is
compatible with AVI format video.
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7. Upgrading Firmware
In order to upgrade, the firmware upgrade file must first be downloaded and copied into the USB memory
stick. Create a new folder in the USB memory stick and name it “upgrade”. Copy the firmware upgrade file
“xxxxxx.bin” into the “upgrade” folder.
NOTICE
A format of the USB stick has to be set to FAT32.
The folder on the USB memory stick must be named “upgrade”.
After the firmware upgrade file is copied into the USB memory stick, connect the USB memory
stick to the USB port on the front or rear panel and do the followings:
1. Go to Config menu of Setup.
2. You can see the following message when pressing the software upgrade menu after putting the
USB memory stick on the system.
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3. You can see the following message when pressing the scan button. Please check the current
firmware version and the firmware version which you want to upgrade.
4. You can see the following progressive message when pressing the upgrade button.
5. You can see the following message when finishing the upgrade. After upgrading, the system
should be restarted. At that time, the USB memory stick has to be pulled out.
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6. You could see the following warning message if you don’t pull out the USB memory stick.
Remote Firmware Upgrade
User can upgrade the firmware via Network as follows.
1. Go to the Remote Setup menu on the UMS Multi or Web Viewer.
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2. Press the password for admin. Just admin is possible to connect to the remote setup menu.
3. Go to the Remote Upgrade menu. Then, you can see the current F/W version as follows. To upgrade a
new F/W, insert the F/W in your PC and press the UPGRADE button.
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4. Then, you can see the following progress bar and it would be taken around 150 seconds to upgrade.
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5. When finishing the upgrade, the network streaming would be connected again automatically and you can
see the following screen. Please check the current F/W version if the upgrade is succeeded.
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8. Network access using the Exclusive network viewer, UMS single
The DVR provides a live remote monitoring feature. Remote monitoring requires installation of the network
viewer on your PC.
NOTICE
In a high bandwidth network, a maximum of four users can access one DVR simultaneously.
In a low bandwidth network it is recommended that only one user access the DVR at a time.
8-1. PC requirements

CPU: Intel Pentium Ⅳ 1.4Ghz or higher

Memory: 512MB (1GB or higher is recommended.)

VGA memory: 16MB (64MB or higher is recommended.)

Resolution: 1024x768

O/S: Windows 2000, XP Professional, XP home

Direct X: DirectX 8.1 or higher
8-2. Installing the network viewer
1. Insert the provided CD in the CD drive and double-click “UMSClient(XXXX).exe”
2. Select a destination folder and click “Next”. 3. Select the type and click “Next”.
4. Select the program folder and click 5. The setup status screen is displayed.
“Next”.
After the installation is completed, “UMS Client”
icon is displayed on the desktop.
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8-3. Live monitoring mode and functions.
Button
Function
Description
DATE & TIME
Displays the current date and time.
CONNECT/DISCONNECT Connect/disconnect network connection.
SEARCH
Switches the live mode to search mode.
DISPLAY MODE
Select a channel and screen display
mode.
PAN/TILT/ZOOM/ FOCUS
Control
the
PAN/TILT/ZOOM/FOCUS
features on the remote camera.
CAPTURE
Capture a still image from live screen.
PLAY/PAUSE
Play/pause live video.
ALARM
The ON/OFF button of the alarm output
of the DVR. When an alarm of the DVR
is output, this button becomes Red.
SETUP
Display the setup screen of the network
viewer.
HDD USAGE
DVR HDD storage Indicator.
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NETWORK BANDWIDTH
Shows the
transferred
frames and
network bandwidth.
AUDIO
Adjust the volume. The audio can be
turned on or off by clicking the audio
icon.
LOG WINDOW
Operations of the display mode of the main screen
 Single channel display - Click the one of channel button or double-click the channel screen.
 QUAD/-screen display - Click the QUAD button to switch to quad-screen display
 Full screen display - Click the maximize button to display only screen and hidden the operation panel.
Image capture of live screen
Still-image of live screen can be captured and saved as BMP or JPEG file.
1. Click the channel to be captured. Then the channel screen is surrounded with a red line.
2. Click the CAPTURE button. Then the IMAGE CAPTURE dialog is displayed.
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3. Set the conditions and click OK button. Then still-image is saved.
8-4. Bi directional audio
The UMS Client allows for bi directional audio between the client and a dvr unit. On the PC, to use bi
directional audio, you will need a sound card of handling a microphone and speakers. On the dvr side, you
will need to connect a microphone to the audio in connection, and a pair of amplified speakers to the audio
out connection.
8-5. Remote search mode and functions
Button
Function
Description
DATE & TIME
Displays the recording time of the data
selected on the time bar at the bottom of the
main user interface.
DISCONNECT
Disconnect network connection..
LIVE
Switches the search mode to live mode.
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CAPTURE
Capture a still image from live screen.
MARK IN
Set the start time for video backup.
MARK OUT
Set the ending time for video backup.
BACKUP
Backup the selected recorded video as AVI
format.
SEARCH
The calendar shows dates with recorded
CALENDAR
video in a light blue and the selected date in
dark blue.
TIMELINE BAR
The timeline shows recorded data in dark
blue on the bar.
PLAYBACK
The playback buttons.
BUTTON
DISPLAY MODE
Select a channel and screen display mode.
Searching and playing video in the remote DVR
Video recorded in the remote DVR or Video recorded on the PC can be searched and played back.
1. Connect the network to the remote DVR and press SEARCH button. Then the mode is changed
from the live mode to the search mode.

Searching the video recorded in the remote DVR: Connect the network to the DVR..

Searching the video recorded in the PC: Do not connect the network to the DVR.
2. Select the date to search the video.
3. Drag the slid on the time scale and drop it between 0 to 24.
4. Press the PLAY button. Then the video recorded in the remote DVR is played back.
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Backup of video in the remote DVR
Video recorded in the remote DVR cab be backed up on the PC HDD as AVI format.
1. Connect the network to the remote DVR and play the video recorded in the remote DVR.
2. Drag the slid on the time scale and drop to the start time for video backup and press the MARK IN
button.
3. Drag the slid on the time scale and drop to the end time for video backup and press the MARK OUT
button. Then the marked time is displayed in dark green.
4. AVI Backup dialog is displayed. Click the OK button. Then the marked video is backed up.

Start time / Stop time: Backup time can be changed.
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
File path: Shows the folder that the backup file is recorded.

Channel: Shows backup channel.
8-6. PC System configuration
Click the SETUP button. Then the Setup dialog is displayed.
Setting General
Set the Security Option, Save Path, and Miscellaneous.
 Security Option: Set a password for security options. When you access any of the selected
functions, you will need to enter the password.
 Save Path: Specify the location to record for backup and still image capture.
 Automatic reconnection: If a user selects this function, the client S/W will automatically try to
connect to the previously connected IP address if the network connection is lost.
 Display network statistics: If a user selects this function, the client S/W will display network status,
Bit rate and Frame rate.
 Time Format: Change the mode the Client software displays the time.
Setting Site
The remote DVRs can be added, modified, and removed.
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Setting Event
Set the record path and the size of local disk space for the log files.

LOG – Select to save event log into ‘log file’.

ICON – Select to display the event on live video.

EVENT LIST – Select to show the event in the ‘Event List” window of live mode.
Search and check the recorded log data.
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Setting Record
Set the recording conditions and select channels to record.
Select the local disk to use and the amount of disk space you want to allow the program to use for
recording.
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9. Network access using the Exclusive network viewer, UMS multi
9-1. Overview
The UMS Multi-Client is a multiple site monitoring client software with; video, audio, and alarm signals from
the DVRs over networks. The UMS Multi-Client does not limit the number of DVR units to register.
The program displays to up 256 live videos on one display and even playback videos window on the same
or another display monitor.
On the program, user may control PTZF cameras on the DVRs. By attaching a microphone and speaker
system to devices on site, user may make bi-directional audio communication over the network.
9-2. Minimum PC requirements
CPU
Intel PentiumⅣ
2Ghz
Memory
512MB or Higher is recommended.
VGA
128MB or Higher is recommended.
Resolution
1024x768
Disk space
1GB
OS
Windows 2000, XP Professional, XP Home, Vista (Some versions of Vista has
problem in installation. Please contact your vendor for more information.)
Network
10/100Base T
Others
Direct X 8.1 or Higher
Before installing the program, check the PC specifications. The DVR remote software may not perform
correctly if the PC does not meet the minimum requirements.
9-3. Installing the program
1. Insert the provided CD in the CD drive and double-click “UMSMultiClient (XXXX).exe”
2. Select a destination folder and click “Next”.
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3. Select the program folder and click “Next”.
4. The setup status screen is displayed.
5. After the installation is completed, “UMS Multi Client” icon displays on the desktop screen.
9-4. Live Window
When installation is completed, double click the “UMS Multi Client” icon on your desktop to start the
program.
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9-4-1. Main user interface
9-4-2. Control buttons
Button
Description
Click this icon to run a playback window to search and play
LOCAL PLAYBACK
videos that are recorded in local PC.
Click this icon to run a playback window to search and play
REMOTE PLAYBACK
videos that are recorded in remote DVR.
THUMBNAIL REFRESH: Click this icon to refresh and
renew thumbnail image of every connected site.
SITE ADDITION: Click this icon to open ‘Site Addition’
window.
SITE DELETE: Click this icon to delete site from the index
window, after disconnect a site.
NET FINDER: Select the site from the index window and
SITE MANAGEMENT
CONNECT
DISCONNECT
SETUP
CAPTURE
click this icon to modify the information of specific site.
Click this icon to connect the selected site/sites.
Click this icon to disconnect the selected site/sites.
Click this icon to setup configuration of UMS MULTI CLIENT.
Click this icon to capture a still image
EVENT LIST
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Click this icon to play/pause live video.
PAUSE
ALARM ON
Enable or disable recording of live video to local disk which has
RECORD ON
set in setup menu.
AUDIO
Use the volume control bar to set the audio level.
Use the micro phone volume control bar to set the micro phone
MIC
level.
User can control PAN/TILT & ZOON/FOCUS.
PAN left /right
ZOOM in/out
TILT up/down
FOCUS in/out
To select the numbers of display channel/channels (Single,
CHANNEL SPLIT
quad, 9 channels, and 16 channels) of highlighted site.
To select the numbers of DVR/DVRs (1 DVR, 4 DVRs, 9 DVRs,
DVR SITE SPLIT
16 DVRs) on main display screen.
9-5. Search and Playback Window
9-5-1. Main user interface
You can access to search window by clicking the search icon (Local Playback / Remote Playback) on the
upper left of Live Window.
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9-5-2. Main control panel
Button
Description
Click this icon to run a playback window to search and play
LOCAL PLAYBACK
videos that are recorded in local PC.
Click this icon to run a playback window to search and play
REMOTE PLAYBACK
videos that are recorded in remote DVR.
Directory window shows site/sites that are pre-registered.
CONNECT
DISCONNECT
Click this icon to connect the selected site/sites.
Click this icon to disconnect the selected site/sites.
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Click this icon to setup configuration of UMS MULTI CLIENT.
SETUP
Click this icon to capture a still image.
CAPTURE
EVENT LIST
Click this icon to set the beginning time for backup of the
MARK IN
recorded video in AVI format.
Click this icon to set the ending time for backup of the recorded
MARK OUT
video in AVI format.
Click this icon to backup the recorded video in AVI format.
BACKUP
AUDIO
Use the volume control bar to set the audio level.
To select the numbers of DVR/DVRs (1 DVR, 4 DVRs, 9 DVRs,
DVR SITE SPLIT
16 DVRs) on main display screen.
To select the numbers of display channel/channels (Single,
CHANNEL SPLIT
quad, 9 channels, and 16 channels) of highlighted site.
To select the channel to playback.
The calendar shows dates with recorded video in color.
To display the recorded data of selected channel or all
channels on a time line scale.
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To change a time line scale from 24 hours to 60 minutes or vise
versa.
The timeline shows recorded data in color on the bar. You can
adjust the time line scale and move it to the time you wish to
playback. Then click the play icon to display the recorded
video.
Playback buttons.
9-6. Setup of UMS Multi Client
Click the setup icon
to setup the configuration of UMS Multi Client software. The Setup window
displays.
9-6-1. General
9-6-1-1. Security Option: Set a password for security options.
Select security options and set a password.
Then when you access any of selected functions, you need to enter the password.
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You can also set the save path for capturing and backup.
9-6-1-2. Save Path: Specify the location to save captured still image for Capture and Backup data.
9-6-1-3. Miscellaneous
Automatic reconnection: If a user selects this function, client S/W will automatically try to connect the
finally connected IP address, after the network is disconnected.
Always On Top: If a user selects this function, client S/W will display continuously at the very front than other software
on the PC.
Time Format: Change the way the Client software displays the time.
9-6-2. Event
Event log can be archived and searched.
9-6-2-1. Archiving Event Log: Specify the location to save event logs and select event to archive.
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9-6-2-2. Archiving Event Log: Event log can be searched from selected time.
9-6-3. Record
9-6-3-1. Record setup: You can set the recording conditions for Always, Event, or Auto record. And you
can also select target DVR/DVRs and channel/channels.
When you set the recording condition to event, you can set event for motion or alarm with duration.
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9-6-3-2. Record local storage setup: You can select the local disk to use and the amount of disk space
you want to allow the program to use for recording. You can also select the option to overwrite data or stop
recording when the maximum amount of disk space is full.
9-6-4. OSD
You can select the OSD to be display
9-6-5. Language
You can select a language to be display.
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9-6-6. About
“About” provides network client version information.
9-7. Remote Setup
The menu settings for the DVR unit can be set from a PC, via network.
Put the cursor of the mouse on the channel which is connected to the site and press the right. Then the
following window is displayed. Select the Remote Setup.
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Then the setup window is displayed as follows to check the password for admin. Just admin is possible to
connect to the remote setup menu. The specified menu screen is displayed on the upper side of the screen.
Setting is basically the same as with the DVR menu setting.
9-7-1. Display
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User can set the value on this remote setup page. After setting the value, please press the APPLY button.
Then the value would be applied to the system without the system rebooting. RELOAD button is used when
user want to bring the value in the system.
9-7-2. RECORD
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9-7-3. DEVICE
9-7-4. STORAGE
9-7-5. SYSTEM
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9-7-6. NETWORK
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9-7-7. UPGRADE
Please refer to page 54 for the Remote Upgrade.
9-8. Operation
9-8-1. Addition, Delete, and modify of DVR sites
9-8-1-1. Addition of sites
1. Click
SITE ADDITION button. And then the following window displays.
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Model: User has to select surely a suitable type.
SDVR series, H series DVR
N series DVR, HD DVR
IP Camera
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Site Name: Input a name that properly describes a site.
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o
IP Address: Input IP address (Public IP address of a router that DVR is connected.) or Domain
name that is registered at www.okddns.com (for Korea), www.ddnscenter.com (for USA) or
www.bestddns.com (for other area including EU)
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Port No.: Input port number of DVR.
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ID: Input ID of DVR.
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Password: Input network password of DVR.
2. Click OK button. And then the registered site is added on the directory window.
9-8-1-2. Delete of sites
1. Select the site/sites to delete from the directory window.
2. Click
SITE DELETE button. And then the selected site/sites is/are deleted.
9-8-1-3. Modify of sites
1. Select the site/sites to modify from the directory window.
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2. Click
NET FINDER button. And then the following window displays.
3. Click MODIFY button. And then the modified information is applied.
9-8-2. Connect and Disconnect
9-8-2-1. Connect
1. Select site/sites to connect from the directory window.
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2. Click
CONNECT button, and then site/sites displays/display as connected.
9-8-2-2. Disconnect
1. Select site/sites to disconnect from the directory window.
2. Click
DISCONNECT button, and then selected site/sites disconnected.
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9-8-3. Still-image capture during Live
1. Double-click a channel to capture from the display screen. (Otherwise all channels will be captured.).
2. Click
CAPTURE button. And then a Capture window displays.
3. Set Save path, File Name, and File Format. And then click OK button.
4. Still image is saved as set in Capture window.
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9-8-4. Recording video on local PC during Live
1. Click
SETUP button. And then a setup window display.
2. Select Record and set the values.
3. Select Disk and set the values.
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4. Click
RECORD ON button. And the color of button is changed.
5. Live video data is recorded as set in Record and Disk setup. These video data can be searched and
play-backed with Local Playback.
9-8-5. Local Playback and Remote Playback
9-8-5-1. Playback of recorded video on local PC
1. Click
LOCAL PLAYBACK button. And then Playback Window display over Live Window.
2. Select site/sites to connect from the directory window.
3. Click
CONNECT button. And then Green bar displays on Search calendar and slide window.
4. Move scroll bar on where there is video data and Play button.
5. Video data that is recorded on local PC will be play-backed.
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9-8-5-2. Playback of recorded video on remote DVR
1. Click
REMOTE PLAYBACK button. And then Playback Window display over Live Window.
2. Select site to connect from the directory window.
3. Click
CONNECT button. And then Green bar displays on Search calendar and slide window.
4. Move scroll bar on where there is video data and Play button.
5. Video data that is recorded on a remote DVR is play-backed.
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9-8-6. AVI Backup during playback
You can back up the recorded videos in AVI format during playback.
1. Double-click the target channel to backup.
2. Select the beginning time by using the search calendar and slide bar.
3. Click
MARK IN button, when the scale of the timeline is located on the target time as the
beginning time of backup.
4. Set the ending time on the blue timeline by dragging the scale on the target time as the ending time of
backup and clicking
MARK OUT button. Then, color of the timeline between the beginning time
and ending time will be changed into dark Green.
5. Click
BACKUP. And then the window appears as below.
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6. You can also set the beginning time and ending time on this window. After selecting a channel for backup,
click the OK button. The backup will begin.
7. AVI video data is recorded as set in AVI Backup window. AVI format video can be played back by Window
Media Player™ or other media player that is compatible with AVI format video.
Notice
When it does a backup with NSF format, user can do a playback using the DVR player. The
DVR player is installed with the S/W in user’s PC.
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10. Network – By an web-browser viewer
The DVR provides a live remote monitoring feature by web-browser viewer.
1. Check the IP address of the DVR from SETUP>SYSTEM>DESCRIPTION>IP ADDRESS.
2. Input the IP address or Domain name address that you pre-registered on www.bestddns.com on the
address field and press “Go”. Please pre-register on www.okddns.com in Korea and on
www.ddnscenter.com in USA.
3. Click this bar. Then the dialog box is displayed.
4. Click “Install” to download ActiveX control.
5. Web Browser Viewer is displayed as bellow.
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6. Click CONNECT button on the Left upper corner of web-viewer. Then “Connect” dialog is displayed.
Enter IP address (or Domain name address that you pre-registered on www.bestddns.com,
www.okddns.com or www.ddnscenter.com, Port number and Password and click “Connect”
 Server address: Input IP address of the DVR from SETUP>SYSTEM>DESCRIPTION>IP
ADDRESS or Domain name address that you pre-registered on www.bestddns.com,
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www.okddns.com or www.ddnscenter.com,
 Port: Input Port number (The number is set on SETUP>NETWORK>PORT.)
 ID: Input ID of DVR.
 Password: Input network password of DVR.
(The number is set on SETUP>SYSTEM>NETWORK PASSWORD.)
7. Then the cameras connected to the DVR are displayed on the screen.
9. SETUP: The menu settings for the DVR unit can be set from a PC, via network. Refer to the detail of
Remote Setup description of UMS Multi Client. Please check the detail to the page 77, Remote Setup.
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APPENDIX: How to connect network
A. How to set IP address of the DVR and open TCP port of the router?
The port forwarding is dependent on the brand and model of the router. The port forwarding is required to
allow access to the DVR beyond a router.
Connect network cable between DVR and Router or ADSL modem.
1. Default network setting on DVR are
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Port: 5445
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WEB Port : 80
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Network : DHCP
2. From PC connected in the same Router, find IP address, Gateway, and Subnet mask by
IPCONFIG command in command prompt.
3. But if IP is something else like 192.168.x.xxx., you should change IP address, Subnet, Gateway on
the DVR. Go to SETUP>NETWORK>LAN of the DVR and change the IP settings to be like IP:
192.168.XXX.XXX and Gateway: 192.168.XXX.XXX. (Refer to the user’s manual of Router.)
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Open your web browser. Enter the router IP address in the address bar (The router IP address are different
with the brand and model.), click GO.
4. Enter the user name and password (admin is default) and press the OK button.
5. Select the Port Range Forwarding tab.
6. Enter the each field.
i.
Application: Enter a description of the DVR (Example: store1)
ii.
Start: Enter the first number of the port you need to port forward (Example: 5445)
iii.
End: Enter the last number of the port you need to port forward (Example: 5445)
iv.
Protocol: Select Both.
v.
IP address: Enter the IP address of the DVR on SETUP>NETWORK>LAN>IP ADDRESS.
vi.
Enable: Check the enable box.
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7. Select the Save settings button located on the bottom of the window. Then Port forwarding is
finished.
Network access beyond a router
In order to access the DVR remotely beyond a router (firewall), the user must open TCP port for
command level, live channels and storage channels. User need to open 2ports numbers on the router;
the DVR port number 5445 and the WEB port number 80.
If this port is not opened properly, user can not access DVR beyond a router.
You can learn how to port forward many kinds of Routers from the bellow site.
http://www.portforward.com/english/routers/port_forwarding/routerindex.htm
B. How to access DVR from Remote PC?
LAN Connection – Using a switching hub
Connect to the system, using a hub (Switching hub) and an Ethernet cable (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX CAT 5
LAN cable)
1. Run the pre-install the network client software on the supplied CD. (Refer to Chapter 6. Network
access using the Exclusive network viewer)
2. Check the IP address from SETUP>SYSTEM>DESCRIPTION of DVR.
3. Run network client software and click
button.
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4. Input Site Name, Site Address(IP address), Port No., and Password on the connect window. And
click OK. Then, press
button after checking the left check box.
Internet (ADSL) Connection using DDNS
Connect to the system, using an Router or ADSL modem and an Ethernet cable (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX
CAT 5 LAN cable)
1. Go to SETUP>NETWORK. Set NETWORK TYPE as DHCP and DDNS SERVER as ON. And
select one type among bestddns.com, okddns.com and ddnscenter.com after setting to DDNS1.
2. Go to Setup menu of Router and open TCP port 5445 and 80 using Port Forwarding. (Refer to A.
How to set IP address of the DVR and open TCP port of the router?)
3. Confirm the Mac address and Serial No. from the label of the rear panel of the DVR.
4. Open the web browser and log on http://www.bestddns.com. Please log on http://www.okddns.com
in Korea and http://www.ddnscenter.com in USA.
 MAC Address: Input the Mac address (EX. 0002690XXXXX) without any space.
 Serial Number: Input the Serial No. (EX. HD0410SA1100XXX.) without any space.
5. Domain Name: Input Domain Name for your DVR system
6. Click the DUPLICATION CHECK button to see if the domain name is available.
7. If you see the screen “You can use the Domain name you entered” then click RETURN and click
REGISTER button to complete the registration.
8. Run the pre-install the network client software on the supplied CD. (Refer to Chapter 8. Network
access using the Exclusive network viewer)
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9. Click
button and add the DVR as necessary.
 Model: Select one type surely among SDVR series, H DVR series DVR / N series DVR, HD
DVR / IP Camera.
 Site Name: Input the name of the DVR.
 Site Address: Input the Domain Name that is registered on http://www.bestddns.com. Please
log on http://www.okddns.com in Korea and http://www.ddnscenter.com in USA.
(EX. XXXXX.bestddns.com)
 Port Number: Input the DVR port number.
 Password: Input the network password.
10. Press
button after checking the left check box of the site that you will access.
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