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User Manual
Introduction
Thank you for choosing Samsung DVR products.
This is the user manual for SVR-3200, SVR-1680, SVR-1660, SVR-1645, SVR-960, SVR-945.
Before installing or operating this product, please familiarize yourself with this user manual and
other manuals referenced by this manual.
This user manual and the software and hardware described here are protected by the copyright
law. Therefore, with the exception of copying for general use within the copyright law, copying
and reprinting the user manual, either partially or in its entirety, or translating it into another
language without the consent of Samsung Techwin, Inc. is prohibited.
This specification may be changed without prior notice for improvement of product performance.
Product warranty and limits of responsibility
The manufacturer does not assume any other responsibility concerning the sale of this product
and does not delegate any right to a third party to take any responsibility on its behalf. Product
warranty does not cover cases of accidents, negligence, alteration, misuse or abuse. In addition,
no warranty is offered for any attachments or parts not supplied by the manufacturer.
The warranty period for this product will be for 2 years from the date of purchase. The following
cases are not covered by the warranty and payment is required for repairs.
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Malfunction due to negligence in handling by the user
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Deliberate disassembly and replacement by the user
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Connection of an improper power supply
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Malfunction caused by natural disasters (fire, flood, etc.)
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Replacement of expendable parts (HDD, FAN, etc.)
※ Warranty period of HDD and Fan is one year after purchase.
Warranty only refers to the warranty covering products that have been paid for.
After expiration of the warranty period (2 years), examination and repair will be provided for a
fee. Even during the warranty period, repair and examination of items outside the preceding
warranty scope will require a payment.
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This product is not for exclusive use of crime prevention but for assistance unit such as
a fire or theft. Therefore, we never take any responsibility for the damage from any
incident.
Various experience and technical is needed for installation of this product and an amateur
installation might cause fire, electric shock, and defect. All installation operations should be
performed by the agency you purchased this product from.
This manual is authored SVR-1680, SVR-1660 according to firmware version 1.0.8, SVR-1645,
SVR-960, SVR-945 according to firmware version 1.1.4
Content of this manual can differ by Firmware or Software upgrade, and standard and
appearance of product is changeable partly without prior notice to users.
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Contents
Chapter 1. Safety Cautions ............................................................ 7
1.1
Explaining the Symbols ................................................................................................ 7
Chapter 2. Summary..................................................................... 10
2.1
Features ..................................................................................................................... 10
Chapter 3. Product Description................................................... 13
3.1
Front part.................................................................................................................... 14
3.2
Rear Part .................................................................................................................... 16
3.3
OSD MENU structure ................................................................................................. 17
3.4
Function Menu............................................................................................................ 18
3.5
Factory setting ............................................................................................................ 18
Chapter 4. Monitoring................................................................... 24
4.1
Main Screen ............................................................................................................... 24
4.2
Single image in full screen.......................................................................................... 24
4.3
Multi Screen ............................................................................................................... 24
4.4
User Sequence........................................................................................................... 24
4.4.1
Basic System Mode............................................................................................. 25
4.4.2
User Sequence Mode.......................................................................................... 25
4.5
Event Screen.............................................................................................................. 26
4.6
Screen Zoom.............................................................................................................. 27
4.7
Pause Live screen ...................................................................................................... 27
4.8
PTZ Control ................................................................................................................ 27
4.8.1
Pan/Tilt ................................................................................................................ 28
4.8.2
Zoom/Focus ........................................................................................................ 28
4.8.3
Load Preset ......................................................................................................... 29
4.8.4
Save Preset......................................................................................................... 29
4.8.5
Auxiliary On ......................................................................................................... 29
4.8.6
Auxiliary Off ......................................................................................................... 29
4.9 Screen Lock .................................................................................................................... 29
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Chapter 5. Playback...................................................................... 30
5.1
Playback..................................................................................................................... 30
5.1.1
Playback with Main Screen (16/9 division screen)............................................... 30
5.1.2
Playback Functions ............................................................................................. 30
5.2 Search............................................................................................................................. 31
5.2.1
Time Search ........................................................................................................ 31
5.2.2
Calendar Search ................................................................................................. 32
5.2.3
Event Search....................................................................................................... 33
5.2.4
Thumbnail Search ............................................................................................... 33
5.3 Copy................................................................................................................................ 34
5.3.1
CD/DVD .............................................................................................................. 34
5.3.2
RE4 ..................................................................................................................... 36
5.3.3
AVI....................................................................................................................... 37
Chapter 6. Configuration.............................................................. 39
6.1 Record Setup .................................................................................................................. 39
6.2 System Time Setup ......................................................................................................... 39
6.2.1
Configuring System Time .................................................................................... 40
6.3 Camera Setup ................................................................................................................. 41
6.3.1
Configuring Camera Setup .................................................................................. 42
6.4 Quick Recording Setup (Quick Setup)............................................................................. 43
6.4.1
Configuring Quick Recording Setup .................................................................... 44
6.5 Recording Schedule Setup.............................................................................................. 44
6.5.1
All Channels ........................................................................................................ 45
6.5.2
Individual Channels ............................................................................................. 45
6.6 Configuring Event Recording........................................................................................... 46
6.6.1
Event Source Setup............................................................................................. 46
6.6.2 Configuring Event Recording for All Channels .......................................................... 47
6.6.3 Manual Recording Setup .......................................................................................... 49
6.7 Audio & Misc. Setup ........................................................................................................ 50
6.7.1 Audio......................................................................................................................... 50
6.7.2 Audio Mix .................................................................................................................. 51
6.7.3 Record No Video ...................................................................................................... 51
6.8 Monitor Setup.................................................................................................................. 51
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6.9 Event Setup..................................................................................................................... 53
6.9.1 Event ........................................................................................................................ 53
6.9.2 Text ........................................................................................................................... 55
6.9.3 D-I/O ......................................................................................................................... 56
6.9.4 Event Action.............................................................................................................. 57
6.9.5 Network .................................................................................................................... 58
6.9.6 xDSL......................................................................................................................... 59
6.9.7 DDNS ....................................................................................................................... 60
6.9.8 NTP .......................................................................................................................... 64
6.9.9 Serial ........................................................................................................................ 65
6.10 System Setup................................................................................................................ 66
6.10.1 Setup ...................................................................................................................... 66
6.10.2 Disk Setup .............................................................................................................. 68
6.10.3 Security................................................................................................................... 70
6.10.4 Time Schedule ........................................................................................................ 72
6.10.5 Special Time ........................................................................................................... 73
6.11 Exit ................................................................................................................................ 74
Chapter 7. Web Viewer ................................................................. 76
7.1 System Requirements ..................................................................................................... 76
7.2 LOGIN............................................................................................................................. 76
7.3 Connection User setup.................................................................................................... 77
7.4 Supported Browser.......................................................................................................... 78
7.5 Monitor ............................................................................................................................ 78
7.5.1
Screen Partition & Image Movement ................................................................... 78
7.5.2
Moving Playback ................................................................................................. 79
7.5.3
Channel On/Off ................................................................................................... 79
7.5.4
Sensor indication................................................................................................. 80
7.5.5
Relay operation ................................................................................................... 80
7.5.6
Microphone use................................................................................................... 80
7.5.7
Event Data........................................................................................................... 81
7.5.8
Video Recording & Video Storage ....................................................................... 81
7.5.9
PTZ Use .............................................................................................................. 82
7.5.10
Audio Use............................................................................................................ 83
7.5.11
Image Channel Close .......................................................................................... 83
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7.6 Playback ......................................................................................................................... 83
7.6.1
Screen Division & Channel Change .................................................................... 84
7.6.2
Image Recording ................................................................................................. 84
7.6.3
Print..................................................................................................................... 84
7.6.4
Move to Web Monitor .......................................................................................... 84
7.6.5
Channel On/Off ................................................................................................... 85
7.6.6
Recording Duration & Recording Size Check ...................................................... 85
7.6.7
Calendar Search ................................................................................................. 85
7.6.8
Playback Toolbar ................................................................................................. 85
Trouble Shooting .......................................................................... 87
Compatible HDD List .................................................................... 89
Compatible Media List.................................................................. 89
Specification ................................................................................. 89
Dimensions ................................................................................... 93
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Chapter 1. Safety Cautions
1.1 Explaining the Symbols
Warning
Refers to information users need to know in order to prevent serious injury or
death.
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Before installation
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Verify the supplied voltage (AC100V~AC240V) before connecting to the power
supply.
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Make sure the power supply is off before installation.
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Do not install in a very humid environment. Doing so may cause an electric shock or
fire.
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Make sure ground line is connected to reduce electric shock risk.
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During operation
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Do not open the product cover except by qualified personnel or system installer.
Opening the product cover may cause an electric shock.
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Do not plug multiple appliances into a single power outlet. Doing so may cause fire.
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Do not place dishes holding water or heavy objects on the product. Doing so may
cause a malfunction.
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Do not use in areas where inflammable substances such as propane gas or
gasoline or high amount of dust is present. Doing so may cause an explosion or fire.
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Do not touch the power line with a wet hand. Doing so may cause an electric shock.
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Do not insert a hand into the opening of the DVD. Doing so may cause an injury.
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Make sure conductive materials do not enter the cooling ventilator opening.
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Do not apply excessive force when pulling on the power cord. Damaging the cord
may cause an electric shock or fire.
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Improper replacement of the built-in battery by other types of batteries may cause
explosion. The batter must be replaced by the same battery type. Also, expired
batteries may cause pollution and must be disposed of with care.
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Do not place the battery in fire or in extreme heat. Also, do not dissect or
disassemble the battery.
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Recharge the batteries for the remote controller.
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Dismantling and cleaning
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Do not dismantle, repair or modify the product deliberately. Doing so may cause a
damage, an electric shock or an injury.
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Do not use water, paint thinner or organic solvent for cleaning the product exterior.
Doing so may cause a malfunction or an electric shock. Use a dry cloth to clean the
exterior.
Caution
Provides information users need to know in order to prevent minor
injury or product damage.
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During installation
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For adequate ventilation, install the product with at least 15cm of space between the
cooler and the wall surface.
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To prevent falling, install the product on a flat area . Dropping the product may
cause an injury or a malfunction.
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Avoid areas exposed to direct exposure to sun light or excessive heat since they
may cause deformation or a malfunction.
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If a camera is installed while the DVR is being recorded, image in another channel
may be disrupted. Starting the storage after the camera has been installed is
recommended.
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During use
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Make sure the product is not exposed to concussions or shaking during usage or
movement.
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Do not move, throw or expose to excessive physical concussion during usage.
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Installing additional unapproved hard disk drives may result in abnormal operation.
Inquire at the agency of purchase before installing additional hard disk drives.
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Product warranty will not cover malfunctions due to additional installation of
unapproved hard disk drives.
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This product is a supplementary rather than primary means for preventing fire and
theft. Our company is not responsible for accidents or damage that may occur.
Samsung Techwin cares for the environment at all product
manufacturing stages to preserve the environment, and is taking a
number of steps to provide customers with more environmentfriendly products. The Eco mark represents Samsung Techwin s will
to create environment-friendly products, and indicates that the
product satisfies the EU RoHS Directive.
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FCC Compliance Statement
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital
device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial
environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to
radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful
interference in which cause the user will be required to correct the interference at his own
expense.
Correct Disposal of This Product
(Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment)
(Applicable in the European Union and other European countries with separate
collection systems.) This marking shown on the product or its literature, indicates that it
should not be disposed with other household wastes at the end of its working life. To
prevent possible harm to the environment or human health from uncontrolled waste
disposal, please separate this from other types of wastes and recycle it responsibly to promote the
sustainable reuse of material resources. Household users should contact either the retailer where
they purchased this product, or their local government office, for details of where and how they can
take this item for environmentally safe recycling. Business users should contact their supplier and
check the terms and conditions of the purchase contract. This product should not be mixed with
other commercial wastes for disposal.
Correct Disposal of Batteries in this Product
(Applicable in the European Union and other European countries with
separate battery return systems.)
This marking on the battery, manual or packaging indicates that the batteries in this
product should not be disposed of with other household waste at the end of their
working life. Where marked, the chemical symbols Hg, Cd or Pb indicate that the
battery contains mercury, cadmium or lead above the reference levels in EC
Directive 2006/66. If batteries are not properly disposed of, these substances can cause harm to
human health or the environment. To protect natural resources and to promote material reuse,
please separate batteries from other types of waste and recycle them through your local, free battery
return system. The rechargeable battery incorporated in this product is not user replaceable.
For information on its replacement, please contact your service provider.
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Chapter 2. Summary
This unit is a digital video recording and playback device to record image and video input
from 32/16/9 channels to its built-in hard disk. The buttons on the front of the unit as well
as the mouse and GUI allow easy setup and operation.
The Samsung SVR series of digital video recorders (DVRs) provide additional safety and
security to banks, apartment buildings and complexes, government offices as well as
other public, private and commercial facilities. Recorded high-quality video and images
are stored on hard disk for later retrieval or playback. Real time functionality delivers
users with the ability to simultaneously record multiple channels, playback video, and
copy video. A few of the more advanced user-conveniences include motion detection,
Pan/Tilt/Zoom controls (PTZ), password protection, real time audio recording, event lists,
and log files.
2.1
Features
Monitoring Screen
The monitoring screen supports vivid, high-definition live visual feed from each channel and
provides multiple screens.
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Real-time MPEG-4 visual output (480 frames)
Multiple split-screen monitoring modes
SVR-3200/1680/1660/1645: Single, 4, 9, 10, 16
SVR-960/945: Single, 4, 9
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Automatic Screen Switching (AUTO)
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Supports various monitor output modes
SVR-3200 : 4 Composite , 2 VGA
SVR-3200/1680 : 4 Composite, 1 VA
SVR-1660/1645/960/945 : 2 Composite, 1 VGA
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Pan/Tilt, Digital Zoom, PIP (Picture-In-Picture)
The PIP function will be available with a firmware upgrade in the future.
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Audio Recording
This feature supports real-time audio input and recording.
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Simultaneous recording of 16/9 channels audio input in real time
SVR-3200/1680/1600/1645 : Input - 16 channels (4 RCA in rear, 12 D-SUB)
Output - 1 in rear
SVR-960/945 : 9 channels (4 RCA in rear, 5 D-SUB), Output - 1 in rear
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Supports simultaneous recording and playback
Video Recording
The product is capable of storing visual image data as high resolution MPEG-4 files with up
to 480 frames per second, as well as pre-emptively initiating recording sequence up to five
seconds prior to an event. Also, the COVERT feature (concealment of visual data) is
implemented to protect the user's privacy.
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High quality real-time MPEG-4 recording
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Three screen resolution levels for improved control over data size
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Multi-recording function for manual and schedule events
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Simultaneous recording/playback/backup/networking operation capacity
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Easily accessible options for channel-specific resolution and motion detection
ranges
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Per-second frame rates (up to 30 frames per channel) are user customizable
SVR-3200 : Half D1 (704x240) 960fps
SVR-1680 : D1 (704x480) 480fps
SVR-1660/1645 : CIF (352x240) 480fps
SVR-960/945 : CIF (352x240) 270fps
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Manual and schedule recording function
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Video loss detection function
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Event (Sensor, D-I/O, Video loss, Motion detection, Text) log
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Each channels can support pre-emptive recording sequences up to 5 seconds
prior to an actual event
Search/Playback
Various search and playback options are offered for the user’s convenience.
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Playback by time, date and channel
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Mouse interface increases data searchability
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Forward/backward search functions in pause
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Playback by event (Sensor, Video loss, Motion detection and Text) log
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Remote controller and Jog/Shuttle function further improve searching
(The SVR-960/945 models do not support Jog/Shuttle.).
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Full-frame playback (available in SVR-3200/1680/1660 only)
Data Storage
A hard disk is included in the product for the purpose of data storage. If the user desires, the
recorded data can be stored to DVD-R, CD-R or USB.
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A built-in hard disk has been provided as a basic supply item
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Multiple portable data storage media are supported: DVD-R, CD-R and USB
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Refer to the appendix on the back of the manual regarding the type of
compatible media.
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Hard disk expansion device(External recording device) : SVS-5E (Option as
exclusive device) External hard disk expansion is supported with SVS-5E
(Available for purchase)
Networking
The product supports LAN, xDSL and such networking capabilities. Combined with the PC
interface client, the core features of the device can be easily controlled from a distance.
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E-mails can be sent via TCP/IP or DHCP upon an event trigger
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Remote live visual feed (Single or 4 Partition)
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PC playback, storage, search and DVR control functions via Network Viewer
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Remote recording, search and playback scheduling functions
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Support 10/100Mbps Ethernet/xDSL
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Multiple DVR connection
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User-friendly GUI and mouse interface
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Simplified firmware upgrades with USB
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Visual data recording and backup to USB
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Supports PTZ control (SPEED DOME) and PRESET function
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Multilingual support : Korean, English, Italian, Spanish, Japanese, etc.
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Single remote controller to control 16 DVRs
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Chapter 3. Product Description
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3.1
No.
Front part
Classification
Function
For copying recorded video and images to DVD/CD
1
DVD-Multi for copying
optical media. (Exception: The SVR-945 uses an
external copy device.)
2
Channel LED
Shows the data input and event operation status
Jog can adjust setting values, control the STEP
3
JOG/SHUTTLE
function, navigate through the menu, and adjust the
playback speed and direction. Shuttle controls PTZ.
(The SVR-960/945 does not support Jog/Shuttle.)
REC lamp
Lit when recording.
HDD lamp
Lit when HDD is working.
NETWORK lamp
Lit when network is connected.
EVENT lamp
Lit when an event is detected.
COPY lamp
Indicates copying operation.
PLAY lamp
Lit when copying..
5
Power button
Turns on or off the device.
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REC button
Starts or stops manual recording
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Channel button
Selects channel in live feed or playback
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MULTI
Changes split-screen sections for live video feeds or
4
playback.
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AUTO
Starts or stops user defined sequences.
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PTZ
Starts or ends PTZ function.
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MONITOR
SVR-3200/1680 : Cycles through from Monitor 1 to 4.
SVR-1660/1645/960/945 : Switches from main and sub
monitor
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MENU
Navigates into the Menu.
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SEARCH
Starts Search mode.
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COPY
Starts Copy mode.
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FUNC
Starts Function mode.
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ESC button
The Escape button navigates up the menu tree and
closes dialog windows.
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PLAY/ENTER
Start playback or select an item on the menu.
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◀/REW
Navigates or selects in the menu, or for playback,
changes the reverse playback speed.
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▶/FFW
Navigates or selects in the menu, or for playback,
changes the forward playback speed.
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▲/PAUSE
Navigates or selects in the menu, or for playback,
pauses live or recorded video.
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▼/STOP
Navigates or selects in the menu, or for playback, stops
playback.
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USB1, USB2
USB ports for external devices (mouse, USB memory
stick).
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3.2
No.
Rear Part
Input/Output terminal
Function
name
1
POWER IN
Socket for AC 100V ~ AC 240V power cord.
2
CH1 ~ 32 (16/9)
Connection terminal for camera BNC input.
SVR-3200: 32 ea., SVR-960/945: 9 ea.
3
LOOP OUT
Connection terminal for camera BNC output (loop).
4
MONITOR 1 ~ 4
Connection terminal for monitor BNC output.
SVR-1660/1645/960/945: 1 ~ 2 ea.
5
AUDIO IN(RCA)
RCA audio jack for RCA input.
6
AUDIO OUT
Audio jack for speaker output.
7
GROUND
Ground terminal between DVR and external device.
8
ETHERNET
Ethernet port for network connections (RJ-45).
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STORAGE
External storage connection port (Function not supported in
the current version). Only available in the SVR3200/1680/1660 models.
10
eSATA
Connection terminal for external eSATA HDD or HDD for
backups.
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12
VGA OUTPUT
Output port for PC monitor.
Serial Port (Terminal Block) Connection terminal for expanded controller, speed dome
RS-232C/485/422
camera, etc.
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No.
Input/Output terminal
Function
name
13
Serial Port (Terminal Block) RS-232C D-SUB connector.
14
RELAY OUT
Connection terminal for relay output.
15
SENSOR IN
Connection terminal for sensor input.
16
AUDIO IN(D-SUB)
Connection terminal for audio output D-SUB.
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D-I/O
Connection terminal for DIGITAL IN/OUT.
Refer to detailed description for installation & use from “Install Manual”.
3.3
OSD MENU structure
The menu structure is as shown below. For detailed instructions for configuration, please refer to
Chapter 4, 5 and 6.
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3.4
Function Menu
The function menu allows the users to access any and all functions and operations of the product with the
mouse. To execute a particular function, left-click the icon. Also, all functions listed in the function menu
can be executed in full-screen mode. The function menu structure is as shown below.
3.5
Factory setting
To restore factory setting, go to System -> System -> Restore Factory Setting. A pop-up window saying
"Warning : The system will be reset. Continue with restoring factory default?" will appear. Select "Yes" and
press Enter to restore factory default.
Factory Default
Quick Setup
Schedule
No Rec.
Recording
Speed
1 fps
Quality
Q1
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Resolution
CIF
Time
UTC 00:00 Dublin
Off
MM/DD/YYYY
Current Time
Language
English
Channel Number
Ch 1
Title
Cam 1
Activity
On
Color
Color
AGC
Enabled
Brightness
0
Contrast
0
Screen Setup
Screen
PTZ
Monitor
PTZ Home
Off
PTZ Idle Time
5
PTZ Port
None
Address
0
Monitor Number
Main Monitor (Monitor 1)
Switch to Event
Off
Screen
Covert Channel
All Uncheck
User Sequence
All Not Set
SEQ. Dwell Time
5 sec.
Multi Mode
4E
Ch 1,3,5,7
VGA Mode
800x600@56Hz
Info Level
Uncheck remote controller ID
Audio Channel
Ch 1
Recording
Off
Gain
0
Record Setup
Record
Sync
Video
Ch 1
Channel
Manual
Audio Mix
Mix On
Record No Video
Off
Channel Number
All
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Schedule
Event
Macro
Disabled
Speed
1 fps
Quality
Q1
Resolution
CIF
Pre Event
1
Post Event
1
Channel Number
All
Schedule
Full Time
Macro
No Rec.
Speed
1/0.75 fps
Quality
Q1
Resolution
CIF
Special Time
No Rec.
Event Recording
Off
Channel Number
Type
Sensor
Off
MD
Off
Text
Off
Macro
Standard
Speed
8 fps
Quality
Q3
Resolution
CIF
Pre-Event
1
Post-Event
5
Sensor
All N.O
MD
All
Event Setup
Event
Text
Sensitivity
1
Area
Set All
Recording
Off
Sync Text With
Ch 1
Device
Manual
Seek Header
Off
Header 1
Header1
Header 2
Header2
Delimiter
0D0A
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D-I/O
Event Action
Timeout (ms)
1000
Lines
20
Select D-I/O
Output
Output Type
Sensor
Select Action
R1
Action Duration
10
Action Source
Full Time, Uncheck All
Event
Acton
in
Full Time, Disable
Special Time
Preset
System Event
Channel Number
Ch 1
Preset
Sensor1,
System
Not Set
Event
Uncheck All
Event
Uncheck All
Source
System
Method
Communication
Network
Type
Ethernet
DHCP
Off
IP addr
Current IP
Net Mask
Current NM
Gateway
Current GW
DNS1
0.0.0.0
Additional DNS
0.0.0.0
Port
4000
Band Width
0.0
Limit(Mbps)
xDSL
DDNS
NTP
User ID
guest
Password
*****
Status
Disconnected
Interval
Off
Server
www.samsungipolis.com
ID
None
Password
None
Status
Not registered
Sync With NTP
Off
NTP Mode
Client
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NTP Server Loc.
Public
NTP Local Server
0.0.0.0
IP
Serial
Interval
1 (Hour)
Serial Number
Com1
Device
None
Interface
RS232
Baud Rate
9600
Parity Bit
None
Stop Bit
1
Data Bit
8
Remote
Off
System Setup
System
Controller ID
DVR ID
1
DVR Alias
DVR0
Playback
On
Deinterlace
Language
English
Firmware Update
>>
Load/Save
>>
Configuration
Disk
Default
>>
System Log
>>
Repeat
On
Record
Mode
Security
Warning Lever
45(%)
Block Playback
No Block
Disk Manager
>>
Disk Status
>>
User Password
Off
Password
****
Re-Enter
****
Admin Password
Off
Password
****
Re-Enter
****
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Time Schedule
Special Time
Remote Setup
Enable
Remote Relay
Enable
Weekday Start
Mon
Weekday End
Fri
Day Start
09:00
Day End
18:00
Zone 1
00:00 – 00:00
Zone 2
00:00 – 00:00
Zone 3
00:00 – 00:00
Zone 4
00:00 – 00:00
Exception Days
>>
Save
>>
Do not save
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Chapter 4. Monitoring
When turned on, the DVR will display visual data from all analog channels on the screen in its
monitoring mode. This chapter explains how to use all monitoring modes offered by the DVR.
4.1
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Main Screen
The DVR will turn on when connected with an
adequate power source.
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All LEDs will turn on and off during the bootup
process.
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After bootup, the screen will be displayed in the
16 partition mode. (SVR-960/945 : 9 partition)
※ If passworded, a login window will appear.
4.2
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Single image in full screen
Press the desired channel button or left-click
the desired channel partition.
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Press [MULTI] button or left-click again to return
to the partition screen.
4.3
Multi Screen
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To see several channels simultaneously, press [MULTI] button or left-click Division Mode
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in the function menu and select the desired partition mode.
Pressing [MULTI] will cycle the partition mode (4A, 4B, 4C, 4E, 9A, 9B, 10A, 16). SVR960/945 support 4A, 4B, 4C, 4E, 9A and 9B partition modes.
4.4
User Sequence
Once all slots in the user sequence option has been filled or the desires channels have been
selected, press [AUTO] button on the front side or click
in the function menu. To end user
sequence, press [AUTO] button on the front side or click
in the function menu again.
If the user sequence has not been set up, pressing [AUTO] button will not
initiate a user sequence.
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4.4.1 Basic System Mode
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Pressing the [AUTO] button or clicking
cycle through the set channels.
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in the function menu to set up sequence period.
Press [MENU] button or click
Go to “Screen Setup” from OSD menu.
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Go to “Monitor” under “Screen Setup”, and press [ENTER] button or left-click.
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Select “SEQ. Dwell Time” and assign the desired value ranging from 1 to 60. When set to
in the function menu will cause the DVR to
Off, user sequence view function will not operate.
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User sequence mode can be accessed by pressing [AUTO] button from every partition
mode.
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Press [AUTO] button once again to exit from user sequence mode.
4.4.2 User Sequence Mode
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Press [AUTO] button or click
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To activate user sequence, set “Monitor” to User Sequence in the OSD menu.
from the function menu.
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1. User sequence can define up to 16 channels.
2. The example shown above has defined 6 sequences in the following order:
Single (1) Æ Full (16DIV) Æ 4 Partition (4A) Æ Single (5) Æ
Single (6) Æ 9 Partition (9A). SVR-960/945 support only up to 9 partition.
4.5
Event Screen
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A screen may be set to pop up automatically in case of an event trigger.
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The pop-up screen's frequency setting may be set in "Switch to Event Screen" under
"Monitor".
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In cases of multiple event triggers in multiple channels, the partition mode determined by
the number of such channels will be used to display them. For example, if events were
triggered in three separate channels, they will be displayed in the 4 partition mode. To
return to original partition mode, click one of the event screens.
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1. If Switch to Event Screen is set to Off, the Event pop-up function will not
operate.
2. If Switch to Event Screen is set to Keep, the pop-up screen will be displayed
until a button press. To return to the previous screen, press any button.
4.6
Screen Zoom
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In single full-screen mode, press [FUNC] button, click
, click + and press Enter or left-
click to zoom in on the visual.
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When
is clicked, the screen will zoom in on the center. The zoom area can move
from left to right in 18 steps and from up to bottom in 12 steps.
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Use direction keys to move the zoom area.
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To return to the previous screen, press Enter or left-click the background.
4.7
Pause Live screen
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Both live visual feed and data playback can be paused momentarily.
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Press [PAUSE] to pause visual feed. Press [PAUSE] button again to return to visual
feed.
4.8
PTZ Control
If a PTZ controller has been connected to the DVR and the necessary
protocols have been set in "Serial" menu, real-time manipulation of
PTZ becomes enabled.
To access PTZ functions, press [PTZ] button on the front side of the
console or press [FUNC] button to cycle through available functions.
The following PTZ controllers are supported:
PTZ, Keyboard Compatible List
모델명
제조사
SDZ160/330, Samsung SPD
SAMSUNG TECHWIN
Keyboard SCC3000, Samsung SRX-100B
BOSCH AutoDome, TC8560X-4
BOSCH
PELCO(P), PELCO(D)
PELCO
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Honeywell 755/655, HRX-2000, ScanDome2
HONEYWELL
Sony EVI-D3x
SONY
VT VPT-4x
VT
AD SpeedDome
AD
SungJin SJ372R1’
SUNGJIN
Samsung SCC641
SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS
Panasonic WV-CS850
PANASONIC
LG GAC-PT2
LG
Keyboard KBD300A, WGI SPD1800/2600
WEBGATE Inc.
Merit-Lilin FastDome
MERIT
Elmo PTC200C
ELMO
Canon VC-C4
CANON
HTC-230S
D-MAX
RVision
RVISION
Elbex
ELBEX
VIDO
VIDO
VICON
VICON
Hunt
HUNT
ORX-1000
SYSMANIA
Fine CRR-1600
LIVEI
Tokina
TOKINA
Kodicom KRE
KODICOM
Nuvico
NUVICO
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Go to the channel that needs to be manipulated.
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Press [PTZ] button or click
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PTZ menu (Pan/Tilt, Zoom/Focus, Load Preset, Save Preset) will appear
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Select the menu option to be edited and press [ENTER] or left-click.
in the function with the mouse.
4.8.1 Pan/Tilt
Used to utilize panning and tilting simultaneously with real-time feed.
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Select Pan/Tilt from PTZ mode.
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Use the left/right direction buttons on the front side of the console or click left/right on the
screen to pan. Use the up/down direction buttons or click up/down on the screen to tilt.
4.8.2 Zoom/Focus
Used to utilize zooming and focusing simultaneously with real-time feed.
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Select Zoom/Focus from PTZ mode.
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Use the direction buttons on the front side of the console or the mouse wheel to zoom and
focus.
4.8.3 Load Preset
Used to switch to a preset position from real-time monitoring mode.
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Select the desired Preset setting using the up/down buttons or the mouse wheel.
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Once a preset mode has been selected, select Load and press [ENTER] or left-click to
load.
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4.8.4 Save Preset
Used to set a new preset position from real-time monitoring mode.
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Move the camera to the desired position using the ‘Pan/Tilt’ and ‘Zoom/Focus’ menu.
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Select the desired Preset setting slot using the up/down buttons or the mouse wheel.
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Once selected, select Save and press [ENTER] or left-click to save.
4.8.5 Auxiliary On
Used to activate special PTZ device functions from real-time monitoring mode
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Select the desired Aux option using the up/down direction buttons or the mouse wheel.
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Select On and press [ENTER] or left-click to activate.
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(Total 16 Aux functions are available.)
4.8.6 Auxiliary Off
Used to deactivate special PTZ device functions from real-time monitoring mode.
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Select the desired Aux option using the up/down direction buttons or the mouse wheel.
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Select Off and press [ENTER] or left-click to deactivate.
4.8.7 Menu
Use when entering console menu of connected PTZ device., With front direction
button(UP/Down/Left/Right) and Enter button , user can configure and after the configuration,
push ESC button or “PTZ” button of the front to be out of menu(But, it can be available only with
Samsung SPD protocol)
4.9 Screen Lock
This function is implemented to prevent unauthorized users from manipulating the settings.
To use this function, the user password must be set. (To create a user password, an
administrator password is required.) If the [ESC] button is held for three seconds, a message
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saying "Screen Locked" will appear and lock the screen. If the user password is set to "Off",
then a message saying "Enable user passwords first" will appear instead.
Screen Lock will block all button inputs; it must be disabled first to activate other functions.
Pressing any button in Screen Lock mode will prompt a user password screen. The
corresponding passwords will deactivate Screen Lock.
Chapter 5. Playback
5.1
Playback
5.1.1 Playback with Main Screen (16/9 division screen)
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Press [PLAY] button or click
in the function menu with the mouse from the monitoring
mode.
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Pressing [PLAY] or [FWD] will play the recorded data at 1x speed (default value).
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Pressing [REW] will play the recorded data in the reverse direction at 1x speed (default
value).
Playing visual data in nine channels will limit the frame rate to 2 fps. Therefore,
the total frame rate of the nine channels will add up to 18 fps. With a single
channel, the frame rate will be limited to 30 fps.
Pressing [PLAY] from a monitor partition mode will play the data from 16 or 9
channels.
5.1.2 Playback Functions
PLAY
: Plays the data at 1x speed. Press [PLAY] or click
in the function
menu.
Pressing [PLAY] from the monitoring mode will always prompt multi
playback mode. Also, pressing [PLAY] to play the recording from the
last time a playback has been viewed.
PAUSE
: Pauses the playback. Press [PAUSE] or click
in the function
menu.
STOP
: Stops the playback. Press [STOP] or click
FWD
: Press [FWD] to modify playback speed (x2, x4, x8, x16, x32, x64,
in the function menu.
x1/2, x1, x2, x4, …). Pressing [FWD] during a live visual feed will
play the recording from 1 minute ago. Clicking
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menu will also work.
REW
: Press [REW] to modify playback speed in the reverse direction. (x2,
x4, x8, x16, x32, x64, x1/2, x1, x2, x4, …)
Pressing [REW] during a live visual feed will play the recording
beginning from that moment in the reverse direction. Clicking
in the function menu will also work.
: Pressing [PAUSE] and [FWD] during a playback will display the
STEP FORWARD
frame next to the current screen. To return to regular playback
mode, press [PLAY].
STEP REWIND
: Pressing [PAUSE] and [REW] during a playback will display the frame
before the current screen. To return to regular playback mode, press
[PLAY].
1/2 REWIND
: Click
in the function menu to play data at x1/2 speed in the
forward direction.
1/2 FORWARD
: Click
in the function menu to play data at x1/2 speed in the
backward direction.
5.2 Search
This menu is used to search data by time or event log and play them.
Four options are provided in the Search menu: Time, Calendar, Event and Thumbnail.
Press [SEARCH] button on the front side of the console or click
in the function menu to
enter Search mode.
5.2.1 Time Search
Input the data and time to search by and select Search to move the visual data to the specified
moment.
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Start-REC Time
: Displays the beginning of the recording.
End-REC Time
: Displays the ending of the recording.
Search Time
: Input the date and time to be searched.
Search
: Executes the search function.
5.2.2 Calendar Search
Use the calendar to simplify the searching process.
<SVR-1680/1660/1645>
<SVR-960/945>
SVR-3200 will display the storage status of the first 16 channels on Monitor1 and the
remaining 16 in Monitor2.
Year
: Select the year to be searched from with the mouse wheel.
Month
: Select the month to be searched from with the mouse wheel.
Selecting Date
: From the calendar, select the day to be searched from and press
[ENTER]. When using mouse, the time range can be selected with
the mouse wheel.
Selecting Time
: Select the recorded time range and press [ENTER] to play the
recording. When using mouse, the recording will play once the time
range has been set.
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5.2.3 Event Search
Once a time range has been set, various search parameters (All Channels, Channel, All Events,
Motion Detection, Sensor) can be used to specify search. Press the directional buttons on the
front side of the console to select the date and time. When using mouse, click the parameter to
be adjusted and use the mouse wheel. Search results will be displayed as a separate list in the
Event Search window. Select the desired data from the list and press [ENTER] or use the
mouse wheel to move to a specific time range and play the data.
Start-REC Time
: Displays the beginning of the recording.
End-REC Time
: Displays the ending of the recording.
Search
: Input the starting date and time to search from. Use the directional
Start Time
buttons to move to the parameter to adjust and press up/down. When
using mouse, click the parameter and use the wheel to adjust date and
time.
Search End Time
: Input the ending date and time to search from. Use the directional
buttons to move to the parameter to adjust and press up/down. When
using mouse, click the parameter and use the wheel to adjust date and
time.
Event Channel
: Select the channels to search from.
SVR-3200 : ch1 - ch32
SVR-1680/1660/1645 : Ch1 - Ch16
SVR-960/945 : ch1 - ch9
Event Type
: Select the event types to be searched from.
The available options are: All, MD, Sensor and V-Loss
5.2.4 Thumbnail Search
Select a thumbnail from a specific time frame with the up/down buttons on the front side of the
console or the mouse wheel. The search result will display in the thumbnail format. Clicking a
thumbnail will play the recording from the date and time associated with it.
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Channel
: Select the channel to be searched from. Once selected, use the
up/down buttons or the mouse wheel to adjust.
Start Time
: Input the starting date and time to search from. Once selected, use
the left/right buttons to adjust and press [ENTER]. Use the up/down
buttons or the mouse wheel to change the values.
Interval
: Select the time interval to divide and create thumbnails by. Use the
up/down buttons or the mouse wheel to change the value.
Image view
: Selecting “Search” will produce 16 thumbnails starting from the
starting date and time according to the interval period. To return to
the previous screen, press [FUNC] on the front side of the console
or use the mouse wheel.
Image Selection
: Clicking a search result thumbnail play the data with date and time
associated with it. Press [ENTER] or left-click to start playback.
5.3 Copy
Use this menu to copy recorded data. There are three options for copying: CD/DVD, RE4 and
AVI.
To enter the copy menu, press [COPY] on the front side of the console or click
function menu.
5.3.1 CD/DVD
This function copies CDs and DVDs and also automatically searches the media.
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Since SVR-945 does not have a built-in DVD-R, please connect an external
backup device. Connect the device to a USB or eSATA port, enter the copy menu
and select the CD/DVD. A CD/DVD with a [Ext] tag will appear in the media list.
Select the device and proceed just as other devices.
Type
: Select the CD/DVD device using the up/down buttons on the front
side of the console or the mouse wheel.
Channel
: Select one or all 16 channels. Once the entry has been selected, use
the up/down buttons or the mouse wheel to adjust.
From
: Input the beginning date and time of the recording. Use the up/down
buttons on the front side of the console or the mouse wheel to
adjust.
To
: Input the ending date and time of the recording. Use the up/down
buttons on the front side of the console or the mouse wheel to
adjust.
Selecting Disk
: Select the medium to copy. Press [ENTER] on Select Disk to select
the medium.
Start
: Start copying. Press [ENTER] or left-click to start.
FAT32 Format
: Format USB disks and HDDs as FAT32.
This function does not apply to CDs or DVDs. To use formattable
media before usage, select FAT32 Format by pressing [ENTER] or
left-clicking the button.
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The supported media for the copying function is as below.
DVD-R
Manufacturer
Manufacturer
Imation(Exhortation 16X)
Imation(Exhortation 16X)
CD-R
Sony(Exhortation 16X)
Sony(Exhortation 16X)
Mitsubishi(Exhortation 16X)
Mitsubishi(Exhortation 16X)
TDK(Exhortation 16X)
TDK(Exhortation 16X)
5.3.2 RE4
The recorded data can be copied to HDDs and USB memory sticks. The copied data can be
accessed with Mini-Players and Network Mangers. Select the channel and press [ENTER] or
left-click to prompt a channel list as shown below.
[SVR-960/945]
[SVR-1680/1660/1645]
[SVR-3200]
Type
: Select the RE4 using the up/down buttons or the mouse wheel.
Channel List
: To pop up the channel list, press [ENTER] on or left-click the window
background.
Selecting
Channel
From
: Select one or all 16 channels. Once the entry has been selected, use
the up/down buttons or the mouse wheel to adjust.
: Input the beginning date and time of the recording. Use the up/down
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buttons on the front side of the console or the mouse wheel to
adjust.
: Input the ending date and time of the recording. Use the up/down
To
buttons on the front side of the console or the mouse wheel to
adjust.
Select Disk
: Select the medium to copy.
Press [ENTER] on Select Disk to select
the medium.
Start
: Start copying. Press [ENTER] or left-click to start copying.
FAT32 Format
: Format unformatted USB memory devices and HDDs as FAT32.
Press [ENTER] or left-click to start formatting.
Incompletely copied data may fail to play correctly on PC.
5.3.3 AVI
This function copies a section of a channel and uses USB memories and HDDs.
Type
: Select “AVI” using the up/down buttons or the mouse wheel.
Channel
: Select the channel to be copied using the up/down buttons or the
mouse wheel.
From
: Input the beginning date and time of the recording. Use the left/right
buttons to move between parameters. Use the up/down buttons or
the mouse wheel to adjust date and time.
Duration
: Input the duration of the copied data. A section of data with the
duration beginning from the date and time specified by From will be
copied. Use the up/down buttons or the mouse wheel to adjust file
duration.
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Select Disk
: Select the medium to copy. Press [ENTER] on Select Disk to select
the medium.
Start
: Start copying. Press [ENTER] or left-click to start copying.
FAT32 Format
: Format unformatted USB memory devices and HDDs as FAT32.
Press [ENTER] or left-click to start formatting.
If the PC fails to play the file, please install the latest integrated codec pack
and try again.
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Chapter 6. Configuration
6.1 Record Setup
The DVR offers four recording modes and their setting structure can be seen in the diagram
shown below. Refer to their individual entries for detailed explanation.
6.2 System Time Setup
Before recording, the system time must be set up.
It is critical that the system time is synchronized with the local time, as it may affect data
preservation. It is not recommended to change the system time during a recording operation.
The default time zone for the product is "UTC 00:00 Dublin".
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6.2.1 Configuring System Time
Changing the system time after files have been recorded and saved will
affect the time data of the recordings. Therefore, it is recommended that
important visual data are copied before any changes to the system time.
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Press [MENU] on the front side of the console or click
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Go to “Quick Setup”.
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Select “System Time” of “Quick Setup” with [ENTER] or left-click.
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If the instructions have been followed correctly, a window similar to the sample used in 6.2
in the function menu.
System Time Setup will appear.
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To move to lower level entries, use the directional buttons or the mouse to select them
and press [ENTER] or left-click.
Time Zone
Select time zone using the directional buttons on the front side of the console or the mouse
wheel. The menu will cycle through the time zones. (To return to the previous menu, press
[ESC] on the front side of the console or right-click. This method will apply the same throughout
the OSD menus.)
Daylight Saving Time
The system time zone will determine this menu. In other words, this option will only be enabled
if the selected time zone uses DST. The product has been programmed to synchronize DST
settings with Microsoft Windows. This menu is offered to allow the user to disable DST.
For detailed information on NTP, please refer to "NTP" under Network Setup.
Date Format
Select the time presentation format. Choose the desired format among “MM/DD/YYYY”,
“YYYY/MM/DD” and “DD/MM/YYYY” using the directional buttons or the mouse wheel.
Date/Time
Use the left/right buttons to move between Year, Month, Date and Time. Use the up/down
buttons or the mouse wheel to adjust.
Apply Date/Time
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dialogue window as shown below.
All setups beside Date and Time will automatically be applied once the menu
window is closed. However, as changes in Date and Time may cause critical
damages to the HDD file storage system, changes in this menu will not be
automatically applied. To apply the changes, Apply button must be selected.
6.3 Camera Setup
This menu is used to configure the cameras connected to the product. With the Camera Setup
menu, [Name], [Status], [Color/BW], [Auto Control], [Brightness], [Contrast] and [Partial PTZ]
settings can be configured. For detailed information on each of the settings, please refer to the
items below.
The product is not able to use both NTSC and PAL at once. For example, it is
not possible to use NTSC cameras for channels 1 to 5 and PAL cameras for
channels 6 to 16. Also, when switching from NTSC to PAL, the product must be
rebooted for it to recognize the new cameras correctly.
The configured values will also apply to Monitoring and Search as well.
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6.3.1 Configuring Camera Setup
After pressing [MENU], use the directional buttons or the mouse wheel to go to "Channel" menu
under "Screen" menu and select the channel to be configured.
6.3.1.1 Title
The camera’s name can be configured.
Pressing [ENTER] or left-clicking will pop up the text input window.
The text input window may differ from menu to menu; however, the configuration method is
same throughout.
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Use the directional buttons to navigate through the characters.
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When using mouse, left-click the characters.
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Select the desired character with the directional buttons.
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Once selected, press [ENTER] to input the character.
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To delete an input character, press [Í] to move back.
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Press [Î] to place a space between characters.
6.3.1.2 Channel Usage
Camera usage may be set to either On or Off.
After pressing [ENTER], use the left/right buttons or the mouse wheel to choose between On
and Off.
To improve recording and network monitoring speed, set unused channels to Off.
6.3.1.3 Color
After pressing [ENTER], use the left/right buttons or the mouse wheel to choose between
"Color" and "BW".
6.3.1.4 AGC (Auto Gain Control)
The AGC is a function which automatically adjusts the input range of video signals from the
cameras.
It sets “Enable/Disable” using left/right button or mouse wheel after pressing [ENTER].
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6.3.1.5 Brightness / Contrast
It can control Brightness & Contrast of image.
After pressing [ENTER], press the left/right buttons or the mouse wheel to choose between "On"
and "Off".
6.3.1.6 PTZ
This option configures settings regarding the PTZ device, including PTZ Home, Idle Time, Port
and Address.
6.3.1.6.1
PTZ Home / PTZ Idle Time
This menu is only relevant for cameras supporting the PTZ (Pan/Tilt/Zoom) feature. When
enabled, the camera will return to its preset home position after a period of PTZ idle time.
After pressing [ENTER], use the left/right buttons or the mouse wheel to select the home preset
position and idle time duration.
6.3.1.6.2
PTZ Port
This menu is only relevant for cameras supporting the PTZ (Pan/Tilt/Zoom) feature.
After pressing [ENTER], use the left/right buttons or the mouse wheel to select the PTZ port of
the channel.
6.3.1.6.3
Address
This menu is only relevant for cameras supporting the PTZ (Pan/Tilt/Zoom) feature. After
pressing [ENTER], use the up/down buttons or the mouse wheel to configure the base address
of the PTZ device.
For detailed information on PTZ cameras supported by the product and their
advanced configuration settings, please refer to the relevant list under "7.4.9 PTZ
Usage".
6.4 Quick Recording Setup (Quick Setup)
The Quick Setup menu configures all analog channels with equal settings, abbreviating the
setup process.
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6.4.1 Configuring Quick Recording Setup
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Select ‘Quick Setup’.
Recording Schedule
There are five options for this entry. The default value is "No Rec." and therefore will not record
on schedule without configuration.
No Rec. / Low / Standard / High / Custom
Except for "Custom", all options have preset fps, screen quality and resolution associated with
them.
Resolution
There are 3 options total. (CIF/ HALF/ D1)
This option can only be configured if Recording Schedule is set to Custom.
How to Check for Recording Operation
Once the schedule event has been successfully configured, the REC LED on the
front side of the console will light up. Also, the save status will be tagged with
[S], displaying that all channels are being recorded normally.
6.5 Recording Schedule Setup
This menu is used to configure recording operations per channel or for all channels. Also, it is
also used to configure recording schedules as well. After the user has configured Quick Setup,
modifying parameters in this menu will cause the values set in Quick Setup to be overwritten.
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6.5.1 All Channels
This menu resembles Quick Setup in that changes in this menu apply to all analog channels.
Set Channel to "All", set Schedule to "All" and set Macro to Low, Standard or High.
6.5.2 Individual Channels
Individual channels may be assigned different recording schedules and macros. For example,
channels 1 through 8 may be set to record during weekday afternoon while channels 9 through
16 are set to record at all times at "High".
Macro
There are five levels under this option: No Rec./Low/Standard/High/Custom.
"Custom" setting can be assigned with user-defined speed, quality and resolution.
Resolution
There are 3 options total: CIF/HALF/D1
The resolution value assigned in this menu is applied to both manual recording and event
recording operations.
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CIF : 352x240
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HALF (HALF D1) : 704x240
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D1 : 704x480
Timed Recording
This menu is used to assign different recording conditions depending on the time period. In
other words, using this option, if the user defines a specific time period during the day, the
recording conditions will adjust accordingly automatically. The time period can be defined in the
System menu.
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There are 5 options total: No Rec./Low/Standard/High/As Above
Event Recording
Press [ENTER] and use the left/right buttons or the mouse wheel to choose "Yes" or "No".
Advanced event recording conditions can be set in the Event Recording menu.
In this menu, only whether or not the function will be enabled can be configured.
6.6 Configuring Event Recording
This menu is used to configure event-triggered recording operations.
There are four types of event recording: Sensor, Motion Detection, Text and Digital Input. To
execute event recording, the relevant settings must be enabled under the Record Setup menu.
Once the recording conditions have been set, "Event Recording" under Record Setup must be
set to "On". Also, before configuring event recording, "Event Source" must be configured.
However, Digital Input event recording differs from the others in that it requires Macro to be set
to above "Low" also to activate.
6.6.1 Event Source Setup
The following explains how to configure sensor, motion detection and text for the purpose of
event recording.
6.6.1.1 Sensor Setup
This menu is used to configure sensor activity and sensor type.
Two types of sensors are supported: Normal Open (N.O.) and Normal Close (N.C.)
Configure the settings according to the type of sensor used.
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6.6.1.2 Motion Detection Setup
This menu is used to configure motion detection for the purpose of event recording for each
channel.
Motion Detection
There are 12 levels of motion detection sensitivity: Min., 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, Max.
6.6.1.3 Text Setup
This menu is used to configure text events for the purpose of event recording and the text must
set up in "Event Setup" under the OSD menu.
Recording
Text event recording events may be set to "On" or "Off".
6.6.2 Configuring Event Recording for All Channels
It is possible to apply the same settings for all analog channels throughout.
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Sensor/MD/Text
Assign sensor/motion detection/text events for each channel.
Assignment means a one-to-one pairing between a channel and an event.
6.6.2.1 Setup by Channel
Event Source
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There are 16 event sources for sensor event (9 for SVR-960/945), 1 for motion detection
and 1 for text.
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Check the corresponding box to enable sensor event sources.
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Check the box to enable the motion detection and text event sources.
Macro
There are 5 options total: (No Rec/Low/Standard/High/Custom).
All options aside “Custom” have preset “Speed” and “Quality” assigned to them.
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Pre-Event (sec)
Up to 5 seconds
Post-Event (sec)
Up to 60 seconds
6.6.3 Manual Recording Setup
This menu is used to configure recording sequences initiated by pressing [REC] on the front
side of the console. Starting a manual recording will ignore the regular settings and follow by
values set in "Manual" under Recording Setup. The recording duration will be defined by PreEvent and Post-Event under 'Manual'. Pre-Event determines how far back the recording will
begin at the moment of button input and Post-Event determines for how long the recording will
continue.
Recording Camera Num
It can select recording channels with relevant setup, and all & each channel selection are
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There are 5 options total: (No Rec/Low/Standard/High/Custom). All options aside “Custom”
have preset “Speed” and “Quality” assigned to them.
Pre-Event (sec)
Determines the length of time the recording begins from prior to the user actually pressing
[REC]. Up to 5 seconds.
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Post-Event (sec)
Determines the length of time the recording will continue after the user presses [REC].
Up to 60 seconds.
6.7 Audio & Misc. Setup
This menu is used to configure audio and v-loss storage setups.
6.7.1 Audio
Options such as Audio Channel, Recording, Gain and Sync Video Channel can be adjusted in
this menu.
Audio Channel
Select channel with audio.
Recording
Enable audio recording and storage. When set to "No", only the live visual feed will be
accompanied by audio input. When set to "Yes", the playback data will also be accompanied by
audio input.
Gain
Adjust the volume with + and -.
Sync Video Channel
This option determines to which channel the audio recording will be synchronized with. This is
only relevant for recordings; audio output with live visual feed will be discussed in Audio Mix. If
audio input from Channel 1 is synchronized with visual input from Channel 5, the audio data
from Channel 1 will be played simultaneously with Channel 5.
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6.7.2 Audio Mix
Select the audio input to be used with live visual feed. If set to "All", all audio data will play
simultaneously regardless of which channel is being viewed. If set to a particular channel, the
audio data assigned to that channel will play regardless of which channel is being viewed.
6.7.3 Record No Video
This menu configures whether or not a video recording with errors or that has been tempered
with will be saved. For example, if set to "Off", the data from a channel without visual input will
not be saved.
6.8 Monitor Setup
To display visual data on the monitor, it must be set up beforehand.
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Monitor1 & Monitor2, Monitor3 & Monitor4 (SVR-3200/1680)
Monitor1 supports all functions supported by the DVR. Monitor2, 3 and 4 support all functions
except for playback and search.
Monitor1 & Monitor2 (SVR-1660/1645/960/945)
Monitor1 supports all functions supported by the DVR. Monitor2 supports Event Pop-up, User
Sequence and Screen Partition.
Switch to Event Screen (sec)
The screen containing an event trigger can be configured pop up automatically with this option.
The pop-up screen may be set to remain from 2 to 10 seconds or "Keep". If set to "Keep", the
pop-up screen will remain on the monitor for an indefinite time. To disable Keep mode, press
any channel button.
If Ch.1 pops up due to an event trigger and Ch.2 pops up as well before Ch.1 pop-up
expires, both channels will be displayed in a 4 partition screen mode. This will also
reset the hold timer of all pop-up screens.
Covert Channel
A channel can be concealed from live visual feed with the Covert Channel option. This menu will
display a list of all channels on the product. Select the desired channel by pressing [ENTER] or
left-clicking. Recordings from such selected channels will not be played in playback mode or
provide data in live visual feed mode.
Auto User Sequence
Auto user sequence can be configured to utilize 16 display modes and sequential interval of
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from 1 to 60 seconds in this menu.
Multi Screen Definition
This menu defines the screen compositions 4E, 9B and 10A in advance. For SVR-960/945, only
4E is defined. To define a screen composition, select the composition to be defined, select the
window to its right and press [ENTER] or use the mouse wheel to open the window.
Then, select the desired channel and press [ENTER] or left-click to define the composition with
the channel. Once defined, press [ESC] or right-click to exit.
VGA Mode
Three resolution modes are available for VGA monitors: 800x600, 1024x768 and 1280x1024
Info Level
Information level determines the level of information to be displayed on visual feed. For a live
visual feed, the available options are; Time, Channel Name, Event, Recording Status, HDD, RC
ID and Text. For playback, the available options are: Time, Command, Channel Name, Event,
Text Display and Covert Level.
6.9 Event Setup
The Event menu contains the following seven sub-menus: Event, Text, D-I/O, Event
Synchronization, Preset and System Event.
6.9.1 Event
Sensor
There are sixteen sensors available. If set to "All", all channels will be set to N.O. and N.C. Each
channel may be individually set to N.O., N.C. or Off.
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MD
Motion detection is used to detect changes in motion in all or individual channels and to
trigger events.
- Channel
Channel can be set to All or as follows:
SVR-3200 : 1 - 32CH
SVR-1680/1660/1645 : 1 - 16CH
SVR-960/945 : 1 - 9CH
- Sensitivity
There are 12 levels of detection sensitivity: Min, 1 - 10, Max.
- Area
Area defines a section on the screen where changes in motion will be detected. If Channel is
set to All, the available options are Apply to All and Disengage All. If Channel is set to individual
channels, the available options are Apply to All, Disengage All and Custom.
- Select Area
Select Area is used to define the section where motion detection function will focus on for
individual channels. The screen is divided into 22x15 in NTSC and 22x18 in PAL. The MD
area must contain more than one square.
The default value for this option is "Select All". Select "Define Area" to prompt the MD Area
Definition window.
The MD area can be drawn directly on the screen by the user.
A selection grid of 22x15 partitions for NTSC and 22x18 partitions for PAL will appear.
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Partitions which have been set to detect changes in motion will be grayed out. Use the
directional buttons to select the desired partitions and press [ENTER] or left-click. Once the area
has been defined, press [ESC] or right-click to return to the previous screen.
6.9.2 Text
Recording
This option can be set to either On or Off.
Sync Text With
This menu is used to set the channel to synchronize text with.
Seek Header
Many external devices (such as Access Control, POS, ATM, etc.) export data in various formats.
Some of these formats, like Star Finger 007, follow protocols supported by the product and
therefore their headers do not need to be checked for. However, for protocols not natively
supported by the DVR, the header of the text data must be checked to recognize the data. This
parameter seeks the beginning and the ending points of digital information; Header, placed in
the beginning, contains the information regarding the nature of the piece of data. By recognizing
headers, the DVR is able to recognize that a new piece of information has been acquired. The
reason this parameter is allowed to set to seek 2 headers is because an external device may
export multiple pieces of data at once.
Delimiter
The required delimiter value varies from device to device, so it is recommended that the user
refers to the appropriate instructions.
Timeout (ms)
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The Lines option below determines the number of text lines a single piece of information may
use. However, despite the standardizations, some pieces of information may be shorter or
longer than the others. For example, a customer may only use their first and last name when
the ATM provdies three lines for first, middle and last names. Compared to other customers who
use all three lines, that customer will have one less line in their relevant data packet. The DVR
is unable to automatically detect such omissions; thus, this function is required to check for the
timeout intervals resulting from such line count discrepancies.
Lines
This option defines the maximum number of lines a piece of information may contain.
Differences in external devices may prevent the correct number of lines from
being recognized; please consult their respective agencies before installation.
6.9.3 D-I/O
D-I/O is the port capable of simultaneous digital input and output operations and support up to
12 parallel operations.
D-I/O Channel & Input/Output
This option can be set to one of the D-I/O operation channels. When an input signal is picked up
while this option is configured to input for any of the channels, an emergency recording
operation will be executed. When set to output, the operation will begin once a sensor has
received an input. If one of the twelve D-I/O channels are set to "Input" and the input type to
"Emergency", an emergency recording operation will begin the moment the particular D-I/O is turned on
(the recording macro will follow the macro set by Event Recording). The recording operation will last for the
amount of time defined in Post-Event under Event Recording.
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6.9.4 Event Action
Event Action coordinates consequent actions triggered by events.
Select Action
Event Action may be set to Relay1 through 4, Buzzer or E-Mail.
Action Duration
Action Duration determines the length of time the specified action will be maintained for Relays
and Buzzer. For E-Mail, this parameter determines the interval the e-mails will be sent.
Action Source
Action Source may be set to Sensor, Motion Detection or Text. This configuration may be
applied to all events.
- E-Mail Address
When an e-mail is sent by an event trigger, this is the address the message is mailed to. Input
the e-mail address of the person receiving the messages. The address format must be
xxx@xxx.xxx. Only alphanumerical characters are accepted.
- Sender Address
This address is only necessary the E-Mail option is used. The format must be xxx@xxx.xxx.
The address is not absolutely necessary; however, using different e-mail addresses for each
DVR may be useful for distinction purposes.
Timed Event Action
This option configures whether or not the action trigger is timed.
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6.9.5 Network
This menu is used to configure the networking options of the DVR.
Type
This option configures the type of network connection (Ethernet/xDSL) the DVR is connected
to. If the DVR's connection is leased, cable or LAN, this option must be set to "Ethernet". If
the DVR is connected to a PPPoE type xDSL connection, the option must be set to "xDSL".
However, if the connection is xDSL but not PPPoE, this option must be set to "Ethernet".
DHCP
DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) is a system used to manage host address in a
network. Using protocols such as DHCP, all hosts connected to the LAN may share public IPs
when connected to the Internet. In other words, all hosts connected to LAN receives temporary
public IPs from the DHCP servers. If the LAN system possesses a DHCP server and an
active DHCP menu, the DHCP will allot public IPs on the DVRs.
"DHCP" is only available for LAN environments with an active DHCP server. Usually, medium to
large LANs have active DHCP servers. For small LANs, it is standard to use the HUB's NAT
(Network Address Translation) instead.
IP Addr
For the DVR to communicate with Network Manager and Web viewer, an IP address for the
DVR is required. However, this option is available only when Net Mask and Gateway have been
set up.
Net Mask
Net Mask defines the range of area of possible IP addresses. It also allows IP addresses of the
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same range to communicate with each other. Net Mask must be assigned by the network
administrator.
Gateway
To communicate through an IP address, Gateway must be assigned by the network
administrator and configured.
DNS1
DNS1 is required to register the DVR to SWR. Consult the network user to configure this option.
Additional DNS
Additional DNS is used when the primary DNS is unreachable or unstable.
Port
Port is used to register to SWR and to connect with Network Manager and Web viwer.
The default port setting is 4000. When using a PPPoE modem or a HUB, this
setting may need to be reconfigured.
Bandwidth Limit (Mbps)
This option sets the uploading speed limit (data exportation capability in other words). Usually,
no changes are required for this option. Consult the network administrator when adjusting this
option.
6.9.6 xDSL
If the DVR is connected to a PPPoE xDSL line, the user ID and password must be assigned.
Use the user ID and password provided by the ISP.
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User ID/Password
If the DVR is connected to an xDSL line, the user ID and password need to be configured.
Status
Displays the connection status of the DVR.
6.9.7 DDNS
If the DVR is connected to a cable modem or an xDSL modem, a new IP address will be
assigned each time the device connects to the ISP. In such a case, the user may not be able to
find out the DVR's IP address. By registering a DVR with a dynamic IP address to a DDNS
server, the DVR's IP may be identified by connecting to the DDNS server.
To register a dynamic IP address to a DDNS, follow the instructions shown below.
DDNS Registration procedure
1) Sign up at iPOLiS homepage.
- The homepage URL is [www.samsungipolis.com]
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- iPOLiS Home page
- Accept the terms and conditions
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- SIGN UP page: check ID availability
2) Register the product after sign up.
- Log on to iPOLiS website
- Product List (If you didn’t register products, there are no list)
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- Product Registration (Check ID availability)
- Information regarding the registered products may be reviewed from the list
3) Configure the product for DDNS
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From the DVR's Network Setup menu, configure the settings as shown below. Select Menu and
Network to prompt a screen similar to the illustration shown below. Set DDNS to "On" and input
the
DDNS
address
in
'DDNS
SERVER
DOMAIN
NAME'.
(The
default
value
is
www.samsungipolis.com.) For ID and PW, use the user ID (domain) and password used in
iPOLiS product registration process.
This concludes the necessary configurations to the DVR for DDNS connection.
4) The connection status of product can be checked on the product list.
- The Product list will display status 'On' for the connected device
[VIEW]: See the log-in page of selected product
[Edit]/ [Delete]: Edit/Delete the selected product—will prompt password confirmation
dialogue
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Once the product has been registered, its ID (domain) may not be changed. When the
product’s ID needs to be changed, the product’s registration must be reset. Register the
product again with the new ID.
To register a fixed IP address to a DDNS, follow the instructions shown below.
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Interval
To maintain continuous registration status, a registration cycle must be assigned from "Interval".
A dynamic IP address will renew the relevant data from the DDNS per each interval. If the user
sets the registration interval to "Disabled" or the DVR does not upload any information over two
days, information regarding the DVR will be removed from the DDNS database.
Server
This menu is used to configure the server address to be registered. The address of the SWR is
www.samsungipolis.com.
ID
Use the ID for the DDNS login.
Password
Use the password for the DDNS login.
Status
The DVR's registration status is indicated. "Not Registered" means that the DVR is not
registered to the DDNS. "Date/Time & OK" means that the DVR has been registered to the
DDNS.
6.9.8 NTP
NTP (Network Time Protocol) is used to synchronize the system times across the devices
connected to a network. It consists of two parts: a server defining the standard time within a
network and a client receiving the standard time information and synchronizing the devices.
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Sync with NTP
The NTP function may be set to "On" or "Off".
NTP Mode
The DVR's NTP mode may be set to Client, Server or Both.
NTP Server Loc.
If the NTP Mode is set to "Client", NTP Server Location will be set to "Enable". It determines the
presences of the NTP server within the local or public network.
NTP Local Server IP
If the NTP Service Location is set to "Local", NTP Local Server IP will be set to "Enable". It
determines the IP of the NTP server. In a local network, the IP of the NTP server or the DVR
acting as the server is used.
Interval (min)
Sets the interval period between synchronization.
If NTP Mode is set to “Client”, Sync with NTP must be set to “On”.
6.9.9 Serial
The DVR may use up to 4 serial ports total. 2 are RS-232C; the other 2 are RS-485.
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Serial port
Select the port used to control an external device.
Device
Select the device connected to the DVR.
Interface
This menu is used to configure the type of interface to be used.COM1 and COM3 are fixed to
RS-232C, COM2 is fixed to RS-422/485 and COM4 is fixed to RS-485.
Baud rate/Parity/Stop (bit)/Data (bit)
Synchronize with the configuration values of the external device connected to the DVR.
6.10 System Setup
6.10.1 Setup
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Remote Controller ID
-
Up to 16 RC IDs may be configured. Up to 16 DVR consoles may be controlled by a single
remote controller. To register a remote controller, follow the instructions shown below. Point
the remote controller at the DVR. Press the ID button corresponding with the RC ID.
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If the RC's ID and the DVR's ID match, the DVR will buzz.
-
Once the ID has been configured, the remote controller may be used.
DVR ID
This menu is used to configure a remote controller to access all of the DVR's functions. The
default value is "1". If multiple DVRs are connected to a single keyboard, there may be clashes
between channels. To avoid such clashes, assign different IDs for the devices.
DVR Alias
This menu is used to configure the DVR's name.
Playback Deinterlace
Playback deinterlacing may be set to "On" or "Off". Recording resolution must be set to Full D1
for this option to be activated. If set to "On", image instabilities in paused Full D1 images will
decrease.
Language
OSD menus support multiple languages. Select the desired device language.
Firmware Update
Save the firmware updater for USB in a USB device and connect it to the DVR. Select Firmware
Update from the System menu and press [ENTER]. When a confirmation dialogue window pops
up, select "Yes" and press [ENTER]. The product will reboot after a buzz. Firmware updaters for
USB are provided in the .dat format.
*.dat” file is provided as update firmware for USB.
To update the firmware of the DVRs through network connection, execute the updater
application and left-click the DVR to be updated from the prompted list. Once the selected
DVR's IP, MAC address and Port appear, input password assigned in SNM-128S (default value:
11111111) in the "Admin's Password" entry. Select "Starting Upgrade" to begin updating. After
upgrading, a dialogue window will pop up. Select "Yes" to reboot the product and finish the
updating process.
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Load Configuration
This menu is used to load the configuration values from a USB device and apply them to the
DVR.
Save Configuration
This menu is used to save the current configuration values in the USB device.
Default
This menu is used to restore factory default. To do so, select "Default".
System Log
The system log may be reviewed to examine HDD, power and system alarm behaviors.
6.10.2 Disk Setup
The following instructions explain how to install internal or external hard disks and how to
remove or format them as well.
Repeat Record Mode
When there is no more space within the HDD to store data, the DVR will automatically rewrite
over the oldest data in the HDD.
Warning Level
When the total disk availability of all media storage devices connected to the DVR falls below
the Warning Level, a warning message regarding the space shortage will be prompted.
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Block Playback
This function is used to play small sections of visual data recorded on the hard disk space. For
example, out of 10 days of recording, only two days of video may be played with Block Playback.
Disk Manager
Disk Manager is used to manage both internal and external HDDs connected to the DVR. It
manages the HDDs' status, bad sectors, size, disk usage, etc.
Disk Status
Use Disk Status to view the HDD's temperature and status.
Type
: Displays the location and type of the disk.
Int A (Internal A HDD), Int B (Internal B HDD), Ext (External
HDD)
Model
: Displays the HDD’s model name
Bad Sector
: Displays the presence of bad sectors of the HDD. When no bad
sector is detected, this option will be set to 0. Bad sectors in
unused HDDs are not checked for.
Size(MB)
: Displays the size of the HDD in MB.
Enabled
: Displays the HDD usage.
Yes: Used / No: Unused
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To change HDD usage to Yes
- Selecting "No" and pressing [ENTER] or using the mouse wheel will prompt the following
notice:
- “Warning: This disk can be used without formatting. Would you like to format this disk?”
- Select "No" to preserve the data and enable the HDD usage.
- Select "Yes" to delete all data and enable the HDD usage.
To change HDD usage to No
- Selecting "Yes" and pressing [ENTER] or using the mouse wheel will prompt the following
notice:
- “Warning: The disk will be disabled.”
- Select "Yes" to disable the HDD. A status message saying "Disk has been disabled" will
appear to the bottom of the screen.
- The HDD has been disabled.
- Select “No” at the warning message to continue HDD usage.
6.10.3 Security
There are two types of DVR users such as administrator and user and there is no limit to use
the DVR for the administrator. Maximum 10 users can use this device and authorization is
needed to use it.
Authority
The user can use the entire functions without limitation when all the configuration of
examinations at authority section are “X”.
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On the contrary, the user can use limited functions when the confirmations at authority are “O”.
If the user1 configure the unit as above, the user1 can use upto relay Off, power On, N/mic
function while the user2 can use the mic function only. Same method is applied upto user10.
Admin Password
Default administrator password is “11111111” and it is changeable. 8digits are required.
User Password
Default password for user1 is “11111111” and “22222222” for user2. Default password for the
user10 is “00000000”. In case of 16channel DVR, button10 is used as there is no relevant
number button for 0.
Changing password
When the user wants to change the password, click the password changing button as below
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Password input window pops up. Type the password and click on “change”button.
Y/N window pops up and click on”Y” to continue changing. Changing Password is
completed.
Using authority
Password is identified and usable. When the function to use is executed, password window
pops up. Select the user and type the relevant password. Now the user has the authority to use
the function.
6.10.4 Time Schedule
This menu is used to define weekday day, weekday night, weekend day and weekend night by
configuring the date and time.
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Weekday Start/End
Select the first and the last days of the week. Days outside the range are considered to be
weekend.
Day Start/End
Use the up/down buttons to define the beginning and ending of the daytime. Hours outside the
range are considered to be night.
6.10.5 Special Time
Up to four special times may be configured. Also, each time range (Weekday day, weekday
night, weekend day, weekend nigth) may contain own special times. For example, the special
time function may be used to specify lunch breaks and meetings and assign special events for
them.
Use this function to define regular special time ranges.
Exception Days
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This function is used to define irregular special time ranges. Up to 30 exception days may be
configured and each may be specified to Start Date & Hour, Duration and Profile.
Start Date & Time
: Displays the starting date and time of the exceptions.
Duration
: Configures the duration of the exception starting from the start
date and time.
Profile
: Profile allows the exception recordings to save as regular
recordings. It may be set to Weekday Day, Weekday Night,
Weekend Day and Weekend Night.
No Rec : No Recording
WDD : Recording as Weekday Day
WDN : Recording as Weekday Night
WED : Recording as Weekend Day
WEN : Recording as Weekend Night
6.11 Exit
This menu is used to exit the configuration menus with or without saving the changes.
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Save
Select this to save the changes to the DVR configuration and exit the menu. When a dialogue
window appears, select "Yes" to save the changes and exit and select "No" to exit without
saving.
Do not Save
Select this to exit the menu without saving any changes.
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Chapter 7. Web Viewer
Web Viewer is a web application provided as a complement for the DVR, capable of receiving
visual live feeds and playing recorded data from a distance over the Internet. Web Viewer's
structure consists of the log-in page, monitoring monitor and playback monitor. Detailed
descriptions of the components are as follow.
7.1 System Requirements
Minimum
Recommended
CPU
Intel Pentium 4 / 3.0GHz
Core2duo E6750 or higher
Main Memory
1GB
2GB or higher
Video Memory
128MB
512MB or higher
Display Resolution
1280 x 1024 (with 32bit color) or higher
HDD
1GB or higher
OS
Windows XP Professional / Window Vista Business
Others
DirectX 9.0 or higher
7.2 LOGIN
Use the IP address and port assigned to the product to access the Web Viewer Log-in page.
The URL to access the page will be similar to http://192.168.1.100:4000. If the port value has
been changed from the default value of 4000, use the changed value instead after the colons.
Use the ID and password from SNM-128S and click "Login". The default ID and password are
[admin] and [11111111] (eight ones). The password may be changed, but the ID may not.
To change the DVR's administrator password or issue new user ID and password,
refer to "7.3 Connection User Setup".
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7.3 Connection User setup
To log into Web Viewer, the user ID and password must be entered to Network Manager's
Configuration Tool.
Up to 1 administrator and 10 regular user IDs and passwords may be issued. For security
purposes, the administrator and regular passwords must be distinct. Uncheck the usage box of
unused user accounts as well.
The illustration above displays Network Manager Configuration Tool after user IDs and
passwords have been changed.
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After the accounts have been configured, assign authority levels for each account. To allow
playback access, check "Hard" under the user's account in Configuration Tool. Also, to allow
accesses to "Microphone", "PTZ", "Relay", etc., check the relevant boxes and apply the
changes. To allow access to Ch.1 only, uncheck all boxes aside Ch.1.
7.4 Supported Browser
Web Viewer is optimized to Windows Internet Explorer 6.0 and higher.
Web viewer Installer
The installation program necessary to use Web Viewer is provided at the login page. For
computers without ActiveX, Web Viewer will install ActiveX to allow Web Viewer's functions to
work as intended.
Please close all programs related to Network Manager before installing Web
Viewer. Failure to do so may result in malfunction.
7.5 Monitor
Once provided with the correct ID and password combination, Web Viewer will automatically
move to the monitoring page. The monitoring page is used to watch live visual feed or to
perform other functions allowed with the account's authority level.
Detailed explanation and description of the features of the monitoring page is as follow.
7.5.1 Screen Partition & Image Movement
The monitoring page will display a partition mode according to the model.
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Using the buttons shown above, the partition mode may shift from Single, 4, 9, 13 and 16
partitions. Clicking the monitoring area will change the partition mode to Single.
Double-click the channel to expand into Single partition mode.
The screen will expand into Single partition. To return to the partition screen, double-click the
monitoring area once again. In a partition mode, the placement of screens may be moved
around. To move Ch.3 to where Ch.6 currently is, drag and drop the partition corresponding to
Ch.3 over Ch.6 to switch their places.
7.5.2 Moving Playback
Click the "Playback" button shown above to move to the playback page.
7.5.3 Channel On/Off
Channel On/Off buttons are located to the left of the page. Click the channels to toggle between
On and Off. The default value for all channels is On.
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The above illustration displays the result of toggling Ch.8 and 9 off. When turned off, buttons
will change color and the corresponding screen will fade to black. Deactivated buttons are
channels not supported by the DVR model.
7.5.4 Sensor indication
This icon indicates that a sensor has been triggered.
When triggered, its corresponding icon will turn red and the sensor ID number will be displayed
on the video. Sensors that have not been triggered will remain blue.
Deactivated sensor icons are sensors not supported by the DVR model.
7.5.5 Relay operation
The product's Relay can be set to On or Off. Clicking a relay button will set the corresponding
relay to On and change the button's color from blue to orange.
Deactivated relay buttons are relays not supported by the DVR model. Relay actions require a
specific authority level. Consult the manual on how to configure relay authority level.
7.5.6 Microphone use
Microphone usage may be set to On or Off. The default value is Off. Clicking the button will
depress the button and toggle the usage status.
Deactivated Mic. button means that the model does not support this function.
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7.5.7 Event Data
A real-time log of event information is displayed below the monitoring page. Items found
in this log are as shown below. (Table Event Icon)
Button
Function
Change setup
Motion detection
Sensor
,
Relay On
V-loss
Text Input
User Login
7.5.8 Video Recording & Video Storage
7.5.8.1
Video Recording
To record the visual data from the monitoring mode, select the channel, right-click and select
"Rec Start". Up to 10 minutes of video may be recorded in this manner. If a Quick Recording
operation is executed, the duration of the recording will be displayed on the
visual.
Selecting "Rec Stop" while recording will conclude the recording operation. A dialogue window
regarding the file location will be prompted and the user may save the file in any desired
directory. The recording will save as a .re4 file, which can be played in NETWORK MANAGER
Playback Program or a Mini-Player.
7.5.8.2
Save Image
The visual image may be saved as a .jpg, .bmp or .eye file and will save the frame currently
displayed on the monitoring screen. To save an image, right-click the channel to save image
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from and select "Save As". To confirm the saving operation, go to the directory the image is
saved to and double-click the image.
7.5.9 PTZ Use
While monitoring, right-clicking on a channel supporting PTZ and selecting "PTZ" will allow the
user to manipulate the camera position.
Pan, Tilt Control
To control PTZ, right-click the channel to manipulate and select "PTZ". A white cross will appear
at the center of the screen. Click on the screen to manipulate camera position. Clicking left or
right of the cross will pan the camera and above or below will tilt it. Clicking further from the
camera will cause the camera to change its position faster.
Zoom, Focus Control
Placing the cursor at the left and right sides of the screen will reveal the zoom and focus slide
bars. A camera unit supporting Area Zoom In will also support the Zoom Zero button. Use the
slide bar to the left to zoom in and out and the right slide bar to control focus.
PTZ Home
If a preset position is configured, right-click during PTZ mode and select the desired preset
position from "Goto Preset". The camera will move to the preset position. Preset positions must
have been configured beforehand.
Auxiliary Operation
If a preset position has been configured, the pop-up menu will also contain "Auxiliary". Selecting
the item will perform the assigned action.
For detailed explanation of the PTZ function and the list of supported cameras,
please refer to "4.8 Manipulating PTZ".
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7.5.10 Audio Use
If a channel is paired with an audio channel, right-clicking the visual and selecting "Listen" from
the pop-up menu will activate audio input. Also, to listen to the audio signal, Mute also needs to
be unchecked.
7.5.11 Image Channel Close
Clicking the channel buttons to the left of the screen will disconnect the visual connection and
fade to black. To reconnect the channel, click the off channel button again.
7.6 Playback
Recorded data can be reviewed in the playback mode. Only users with HDD access may use
this mode. The playback mode uses 16 Partition screens and supports searches by time,
calendar and cycle. Also, paused streams may be printed or saved as .bmp image files.
Detailed explanation and description of the features of the playback page is as follow.
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7.6.1 Screen Division & Channel Change
Playback supports 1, 4, 9 and 16 Partition modes. Use the menu (shown above) at the top of
the page to choose a partition mode. When the monitoring screen is displaying Channel 1
through 4 in 4 Partition mode, clicking ">>" button will display the next four channels. To return
to the previous four channels, click "<<".
7.6.2 Image Recording
A frame from a playback can be saved as a .bmp image file. Click the channel to capture and
click "Save".
A Save Image dialogue window will pop up. A brief memo on the image can be saved with it.
Click "OK" to prompt save location window.
7.6.3 Print
Printing a channel is similar to capturing a frame. Click the channel to print and click "Print".
Type the relevant memo and click "OK" to print the image. The print will contain the printing
date, channel name, recording date, event and memo.
7.6.4 Move to Web Monitor
To move to Web Monitor, click "Monitor" at the top left of the page.
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7.6.5 Channel On/Off
This function is identical to the Web Monitor counterpart. The Channel On/Off buttons are at
the right side of the page and clicking them will turn the channels on and off. The default value
is On. Deactivated channel buttons are not supported by the DVR model.
7.6.6 Recording Duration & Recording Size Check
This menu displays used and remaining spaces in the HDD. It also displays the total recording
duration. HDD usage is expressed as a percentage.
7.6.7 Calendar Search
Days with recordings are activated as black buttons and days without recordings are gray and
deactivated. To review the recording, select the date and time of the recording and click to play
the recording from the specified timeframe.
Clicking "Go To (
)" will display the timeframe of 24 hours beginning from the date and
time specified above at the bottom left. Click "24h" to adjust the timeframe.
7.6.8 Playback Toolbar
① Displays the recording duration.
② Shifts through the time frame by an interval set by (5).
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forward 1 frame"
④ Sets the standard video speed. Click the button and choose from 0.5x, 1x, 2x, 4x, 16x,
32x, 64x and All.
⑤ Sets the shift interval. Click the button and choose from 10 min, 30 min, 1 hour, 3 hour,
6 hour, 12 hour and 24 hour.
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⑥ Toggles DirectX usage. If enabled, the video will be drawn with DirectDraw and
improve the quality depending on the PC's specification.
⑦ Controls the volume
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Trouble Shooting
1. DVR is not booting up
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Check the power supply
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Check the power cord
2. Monitor won’t display anything
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Check the monitor’s power supply
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Check the connection between the DVR and the monitor
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Check the monitor’s cable port
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Check whether DVR is turned on
z
If the images are in black and white, check the camera type (NTSC/PAL) and
reboot
3. Some channels are dead
z
Check the camera’s power supply
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Check the camera’s input status
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Check the DVR’s input port
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Check the Activity setting under the Screen menu
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Check the Covert setting under the Monitor menu
4. The video won’t record
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Check for the HDD connection status from Disk Manager
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Check the Recording settings
5. The recordings won’t play
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Check the Recording settings
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Check the button activity
6. Images are too dark or bright
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Check the camera’s configuration
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Separate the visual input cable from power supplies
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Check the Brightness and Contrast settings under the Screen menu
7. The remote won’t work
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Check the batteries
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Check the remote’s ID
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Check the remote’s specification
8. The buttons aren’t working
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Check the DVR’s power supply
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Check the Screen Lock setting
9. The DVR won’t connect to the network
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Check whether the network cable is connected properly
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Check the DVR’s IP
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Check the PC’s IP
z
Ping Test
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Check the PC’s specification if Web Viewer will not run properly
10. Cases to contact purchasing agency
If the following cases occur, immediately cease the product operation, shut off the power
supply and take the console to the purchasing agency for repair.
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The product malfunctions during operation (Ex.: Strange noise, smell, smoke, etc.)
z
The power cable or the connector has been damaged.
z
The product has been flooded.
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The product has been spilled on.
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The product will not function as stated in this document.
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The product was severely damaged due to physical shock.
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A stark change in performances has been noticed.
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Compatible HDD List
Seagate Technology
Western Digital
Capacity
Model
Capacity
Model
1000GB
ST31000340SV
1000GB
WD10EVCS
750GB
ST3750840SCE
750GB
WD7500AVCS
500GB
ST3500830SCE
500GB
WD5000AVJS
250GB
ST3250820SCE
250GB
WD2500AVJS
Compatible Media List
DVD-R manufacture
CD-R manufacture
Mitsubishi(Exhortation 16X)
Mitsubishi(Exhortation 16X)
TDK(Exhortation 16X)
TDK(Exhortation 16X)
Imation(Exhortation 16X)
Imation(Exhortation 16X)
Sony(Exhortation 16X)
Sony(Exhortation 16X)
Specification
Item
Description
Display
SVR-3200 : 32 composite video 0.5–2 Vpp, 75 ohm
automatic termination
Video
Inputs
SVR-1680/1660/1645 : 16 composite video 0.5–2
Vpp, 75 ohm automatic termination
SVR-960/945 : 9 composite video 0.5–2 Vpp, 75
ohm automatic termination
Resolution
704x480 NTSC
SVR-3200 : 960fps
Live
Frame rate
SVR-1680/1660/1645 : 480fps
SVR-960/945 : 270fps
Resolution
Multi Screen
704x480 NTSC, 704x576 PAL
SVR-3200/1680/1660/1645 : 1/4/9/10/16
SVR-960/945 : 1/4/9
Performance
Recording
Compression
MPEG-4
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Record Rate/NTSC
SVR-3200 : 480fps@704x480, 960fps@704x240,
960fps@352x240
SVR-1680 : 480fps@704x480, 480fps@704x240,
480fps@352 x 240
SVR-1660/1645 : 120fps@704x480,
240fps@704x240, 480fps@352x240
SVR-960/945 : 120fps@704x480,
240fps@704x240, 270fps@352x240
SVR-3200 : 400fps@704x576, 960fps@704x288,
960fps@352x288
SVR-1680 : 400fps@704x576, 400fps@704x288,
Record Rate/PAL
400fps@352x288
SVR-1660/1645 : 100fps@704x576,
200fps@704x288, 400fps@352x288
SVR-960/945 : 100fps@704x576,
200fps@704x288, 225fps@352x288
Search &
Playback
Mode
Manual, Schedule, Event, Emergency
Overwrite modes
Continuous
Pre-Event
Up to 5 sec.
Post-Event
Up to 60 sec.
Search mode
Frame rate
Playback function
Network
Transmission speed
Text(Exclusive viewer)
480 fps D1 NTSC, 400 fps D1 PAL
REW, FWD, Frame advance (control keys and jog
shuttle)
SVR-3200/1680 : 16 Mbps
SVR-1660/1645/960/945 : 9 Mbps
Bandwidth control
Automatic
Multi Stream
MPEG-4(Dual Streams)/JPEG
Remote Users
Up to 10 simultaneous users
Protocol support
Storage
Date/time, Event, Calendar, Thumbnail, Bookmark
TCP/IP, DHCP, DNS, DDNS, HTTP, ARP, ICMP
and NTP
Monitoring
CMS Software(SNM-128S/P), Built-in web server
Maximum Capacity
SVR-3200/1680/1660 : 16 TB
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SVR-1645/960/945 : 8 TB
Internal HDD
External HDD
SVR-1645/960/945 : 2 HDD
SVR-3200/1680/1660 : External eSATA 2 port
SVR-1645/960/945 : External eSATA 1 port
DVD Writer (Back-up)
DVD-R / CD-R
USB (Back-up)
2 External USB Ports(USB 2.0)
File Format (Back-up)
Security
SVR-3200/1680/1660 : 4 HDD
BMP, AVI, Proprietary format / JPG(Exclusive
viewer)
Password Protection
10 User Level
Data Authentication
Watermark
Interface
Monitors
VGA
Main Composite
Analog RGB 800x600, 1024x768, 1280x1024
resolution
BNC, 1 Vp-p, 75 ohm, Multi-screen, Menu, Playback
Monitor2~4 : SVR-3200/1680(Menu, Event Pop-up,
Sub Composite
Covert, Display Switching)
Sport : SVR-1660/1645/960/945(event Pop-up,
Display switching), 1 Vp-p, 75 ohm
SVR-3200 : None
Loop Outputs
SVR-1680/1660/1645 : 16 Output, 1 Vpp, 75 ohm
SVR-960/945 : 9 Output, 1 Vpp, 75 ohm
Audio
Alarm
Connections
Inputs
SVR-3200/1680/1660/1645 : 16 input, 30k ohm
SVR-960/945 : 9 input
Output
1 line, 100k ohm
Compression
ADPCM
Sampling rate
16 kHz
Inputs
SVR-3200/1680/1660/1645 : 16 Input, NO/NC
SVR-960/945 : 9 Input
Outputs
Screw terminal 4 relay outputs, NO/NC
Remote notification
Notification via e-mail
Ethernet
RJ45 10/100 Base-T
Serial interface
RS232
PTZ control interface
PTZ Keyboard
SVR-3200/1680/1660 : RS485/RS422
SVR-1645/960/945 : None, RS422, RS485 2 ea
RS485, max. signal voltage ±12 V
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USB
eSATA
Application Support
Dome
Protocols
Supported PTZ cameras
2 USB 2.0 ports
SVR-3200/1680/1660 : External eSATA 2 port
SVR-1645/960/945 : External eSATA 1 port
ATM/POS, Mouse, Remote Controller
Samsung Techwin, Pelco D, Pelco P, Panasonic,
Bosch, SEC
General
Electrical
Input Voltage
Power consumption
100 to 240 VAC ±10%; 50/60 Hz, Auto-ranging
Max. 65 W (with 1x HDD)
Max. 88 W (with 2x HDD)
Max. 90 W (with 4x HDD)
Environmental Operating Temperature
Operating Humidity
+5°C to +40°C (+32°F to +104°F)
0% RH to 60% RH
445 x 88 x 388 mm (17.5 x 3.5 x 15.3 in)
Mechanical
Dimensions (W x H x D)
SVR-945 : 300 x 88 x 302 mm(118.11 x 34.65 x
130.7 in)
Weight (1x hard disks)
Rack mount kit
Language
Approx. 10 kg (22.1 lb), SVR-945 : 5 kg (11 Ib)
For mounting one unit in an EIA 19-inch rack
(SVR-945 Stand type)
English, Korean
firmware version.
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Dimensions
SVR-3200, SVR-1680, SVR-1660, SVR-1645
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SVR-960
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