SHR-5040
SHR-5042
English
Real Time DVR user manual
Real Time DVR
user manual
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.
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Thank you for purchasing this Samsung product.
To receive more complete service, please
register your product at
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key features of your DVR
Your purchased digital video recorder (DVR) compresses a 4-channel camera input into an MPEG4 video; also, it provides the
functions that record to the HDD in real-time and play the content by compressing the 4-channel audio input with ADPCM.
Also through the network, it transmits video and audio to an external device in real-time and allows monitoring the video and
audio through a PC from a remote location.
4-Channel Composite Input Connectors
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NTSC/PAL Video Source Compatible
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The CIF size (NTSC : 352X240 / PAL : 352X288) of video can be saved at a speed of 120ips(NTSC)/100ips(PAL) (Image Per
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Second).
4-Channel Loop Through Video Connectors
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Supports the overwrite mode of HDD.
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Large capacity HDD backup by using the USB 2.0 interface
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Backup by using the USB 2.0 memory and CD-RW
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Record, play, and simultaneous video and audio transmissions to the Windows Network Viewer (Net I).
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Possible to record and play the 4-channel audio
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Various saving modes (Continuous, Motion, Alarm In and Schedule)
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Alarm interface (input: 4, output: 2)
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Remote monitoring function by using the Windows Network Viewer (Net I)
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WHAT’S INCLUDED WITH YOUR DVR
When you have purchased this product, please take off the packing and place this device on a flat floor or put it down on the
place desired for use. And then, check whether all the following components are included in the box. If a component is found
to be missing, please contact the place that you have purchased this product.
Remote control unit (RCU)
1 power cable
Software CD
(including the PDF manual)
Adaptor
2 EA of AAA batteries
User’s Manual
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safety regulations
Please be sure to keep the following in mind for the right use of the product to prevent proprietary risk or damage.
Do not use multiple plugs at once.
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This may cause abnormal heat generation or fire
Do not put a vase, flowerpot, cup, cosmetics, medicine, or vessel with water around you.
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This may cause fire.
Do not bend the power cord forcibly nor put a heavy material on it.
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This may cause fire.
Do not touch the power plug with wet hands.
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This may cause electric shock.
Insert the power plug firmly enough not to shake.
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This imperfect connection may cause fire.
Keep the product off humidity, dust, or soot.
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This may cause fire or electric shock.
Do not put metals (coin, hair pin, metal piece, etc.) or inflammable materials (match, paper, etc.) in the
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ventilation hole.
This may cause fire.
Keep the surrounding temperature between 0°C to 40°C and keep the product off humidity.
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This may cause breakdown.
Secure sufficient ventilation.
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This may cause abnormal operation due to high temperature.
Keep the product off direct ray of light or heat from the heating device.
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This may cause fire.
Do not disassemble, repair, or remodel the product.
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This may cause fire, electric shock, or injury due to abnormal operation.
Do not pull out the power cord.
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This may destroy the power cord, eventually, cause fire or electric shock.
Plug out in the event of thunder or lightning.
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This may cause fire.
Keep your children off the battery after you take it out of the product. They tend
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to swallow it unconsciously.
If your children swallow it, please see the doctor immediately.
Install the product at a safe place or attach the product to the wall or ceiling with a stand firmly enough
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not to fall to the ground.
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before start
This user’s manual provides Information for using DVR such as brief introduction, part names, functions,
connection to other equipment, menu setup, and the like.
You have to keep in mind the following notices:
SEC retains the copyright on this manual.
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This manual cannot be copied without SEC’s prior written approval.
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We are not liable for any or all losses to the product incurred by your use of non-standard product or violation of
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instructions mentioned in this manual.
If you want to open the case of your system for checking problems, please consult the expert from the shop
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where you bought the product.
You may download open source codes from the following website: http://www.samsung.com.
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Before installing any external device such as external memory or HDD, please check the compatibility of the
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device with Samsung DVR. The list of the compatible devices with Samsung DVR can be obtained from your
vendor.
WARNING
Battery
Exchanging a wrong battery in your product may cause an explosion. Therefore you must use the same type of
battery as the one being used in the product.
The following are the specifications of the battery you are using now.
Normal voltage: 3V
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Normal capacity: 220mAh
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Continuous standard load: 0.2mA
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Operating temperature: -30 to +60°C
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CALIFORNIA USA ONLY
This Perchlorate warning applies only to primary CR (Manganese Dioxide)
Lithium coin cells in the product sold or distributed ONLY in California USA.
“Perchlorate Material - special handling may apply,
See www.dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/perchlorate.”
System Shutdown
Turning off the power while the product is in operation, or taking not permitted actions may cause damage to the
hard drive or the product. Also it can cause a dysfunction to the hard disk while using the product. Please turn off
the power using the Power ( /I)button on the front of your DVR. After selecting “OK” in the pop-up menu, you
can pull off the power cord.
You may want to install a UPS system for safe operation in order to prevent damage caused by an unexpected
power stoppage. (Any questions concerning UPS, consult your USP retailer.)
To disconnect the apparatus from the mains, the plug must be pulled out from the mains socket, therefore the
mains plug shall be readily operable.
This apparatus shall always be connected to a mains socket outlet with a protective earthing connection.
Operating Temperature
The guaranteed operating temperature range of this product is 0°C to 45°C (32°F to 113 °F).
This product may not work properly if you run right after a long period of storage at a temperature below
the guaranteed one.
When using the device after a long period of storage at low temperature, place the product at room
temperature for a while and run it.
Especially for the built-in HDD in the product, its guaranteed temperature range is 5°C to 55°C
(41°F to 113 °F). Likewise, the hard drive may not work at a temperature below the guaranteed one.
STANDARDS APPROVALS
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant
to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment.
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used
in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user
will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
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contents
introducing your real time DVR
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Controls on the DVR
Real panel jacks
Remote control
installation
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Checking installation environment
connecting with other devices
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Connecting video, audio, and monitor
Connecting the network
Connecting the alarm input
Connecting the alarm output
Connecting the RS-485 device
Connecting the USB
live
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Operating the system
Live screen mode
Setting the audio on/off
Freezing and zooming
Event monitoring
Spot-out monitoring
menu setup
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Before use
User login
System
Camera
Monitoring
Record mode
Event record
Record schedule
Backup
Network
PTZ camera control
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PTZ camera control mode
Basic operation of pan, tilt & zoom
PTZ device menu setup
Preset setup
Preset name settings
Camera menu setup
recording
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Rec(normal recording)
Record schedule
Event recording
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search and play
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User login
Search screen
Search date & time selection
Search channel selection & recording graph
Playback
appendix
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Net I
Resource
Recording
Event
Network
System
Sdb viewer
SFX player
WebDVR
Pop-up menu
Specifications
Outline drawings
Troubleshootings(FAQ)
Open source license report on the product
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Controls on the DVR
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No.
Name
Function
User authentication will be requested if the power button is pressed when
you try to terminate the system operation.
It is used when you turn on/off the DVR system power.
1
Power Button
2
USB Port
3
Channel Button
It is used when the channel selected on the Display mode is switched over
to the full screen.
It is used as a numeric input button from the numeral input mode.
4
PTZ Button
Perform the TELE, WIDE, or VIEW function when selecting the PTZ button.
5
ZOOM (TELE)
Button
Provide the function of enlarging the digital image twice as big.
Press the Enter( ) button after designating the area to be enlarged.
(Perform the TELE function when selecting the PTZ button.)
6
FREEZE
(WIDE) Button
Perform the FREEZE function on the Display mode.
(Perform the WIDE function when selecting the PTZ button.)
7
SEARCH
(VIEW) Button
This is the function that switches over to the Search mode.
(Perform the VIEW function when selecting the PTZ button.)
8
MENU Button
This is the function that switches the system over to the Setup mode.
It is used when you move from a lower menu to the upper menu or escape
from the system setup mode.
This is the port used for connecting a USB type of device.
It is used when you upgrade the system software.
It is used as a USB mouse connection port.
When moving to a menu, they are used as direction
buttons. (They are used as the direction buttons for the PTZ
operation.)


9
Direction
Button
When setting the details of a menu, they are used for
changing a value or direction. (They are used as the direction
buttons for the PTZ operation.)


Enter(
)
When setting up a menu, it is used as the Enter button.
Press the Enter button when changing the setup value of a
menu.
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No.
Name
ALARM LED
10
If an event (like a motion or alarm) occurs, the ALARM LED is lighted on.
HDD LED
This LED indicates whether the HDD is normally accessed. When accessing
the HDD, this LED repeatedly blinks.
NETWORK
LED
This LED indicates the status of network connection and data transmission.
REC LED
EJECT Button
This LED indicates the status of backup operation.
This LED indicates the recording status.
It performs the open/close function of CD-RW.
Fast/Step
Reverse
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Search Button
Fast Reverse: This function is used when you perform a
fast search in the reverse direction while in play.
Step Reverse: This function is used when you search scene
by scene in the reverse direction at a Pause state.
Stop
This function is used when you terminate a search while in
play.
Play/
Pause
This function operates by toggling this button for the Play/
Pause operation while in play.
Fast/Step
Forward
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BACKUP LED
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Function
Fast Forward: This function is used when you perform a
fast search in the forward direction while in play.
Step Forward: This function is used when you search scene
by scene in the forward direction at a Pause state.
This is the function that records all the camera channels regardless of the
recording schedule.
13
REC Button
14
ALARM Button
When an alarm occurs, it cancels the alarm.
15
AUDIO Setup
Button
Set up the audio On/Off function.
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No.
Name
Function
Display the 4-split screens.
Split Screen/
Selection
Button
Live Mode
Search Mode/
Selection
Button
Search
Mode
Screen Switchover: It will be switched over
to the single channel screen according to
the time set from the system setup.
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Remote
Control Signals
Receiver
Display the Picture in Picture (PIP) screen.
Display the 4-split screens.
Display the 9-split screens.
This is the part that receives the signals of remote controller.
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Real panel jacks
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5
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3
1
AUDIO OUT
This is the port (RCA Jack) for an audio signal output.
(When outputting an audio signal, please use the speaker with a built-in audio amplifier.)
2
ALARM
ALARM IN 1~4: This is the port for an alarm input.
ALARM OUT 1~2: This is the port for an alarm output.
RS485: This is the port for connecting PTZ.
3
DC-IN
This is the connector for a 12V power socket.
4
NETWORK
This is the port for connecting to a network.
5
USB
This is the port for connecting a USB type of device.
It is used when you backup a video data or upgrade the system software.
6
RS-232C
This is port for engineering use (no DVR functionality).
7
SPOT OUT
This is the port (BNC-type) for the SPOT OUT output.
8
S-VIDEO
This is the port for the S-Video signal output.
9
VGA
This is the port for the VGA signal output.
10
VIDEO OUT
This is the port (BNC-type) for a composite audio signal output.
11
AUDIO IN
This is the port (RCA Jack) for an audio signal input.
12
THROUGH
The THROUGH port can be used to send a video signal to another video device.
13
VIDEO-IN
This port is the port (BNC-type) for a composite video signal input.
It supports both the NTSC and PAL video signals.
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Press the 0(10+) button, release, and press the 1 (or 2, 3, 4, 5, 6) button again within 3 seconds.
CHANNEL 11–16
FR (fast rewind)
FR (fast reverse): Used for quick
backward search while in play.
(-x2, -x4, -x8, -x16, -x32)
AUDIO
Toggles Audio On and Off.
REC LOCK
This button is not used for the
SHR-5040/5042.
0~9
Selects a single channel while
in live mode. Used for inputting
numeric values.
FF (fast forward)
Used for quick forward search
while in play. (x2, x4, x8, x16,
x32)
MODE
Select a split screen.
ALARM
Cancels sending alarms.
BACKUP
This button is not used for the
SHR-5040/5042.
OPEN/CLOSE
Used to open and close the
CD-RW tray.
Press the 0(10+) button, release, and press the 0 button again within 3 seconds.Or press the 0(10+) button, release, and wait 3
seconds.
CHANNEL 10
RECORD
Starts or ends the recording.
Press the 1 to 9 button respectively.
CHANNEL 1–9
Using the NUMERIC Buttons
Remote control
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When the product is initially shipped, the remote controller ID is set to ‘00’.
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When changing the remote controller ID, press the SYS ID button and enter the “Remote ID” set to the DVR.
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WIDE
Performs the WIDE function in
PTZ mode.
TELE
Performs the TELE function in
PTZ mode.
PTZ
Toggles PTZ mode On and
Off.
UPDOWN
LEFTRIGHT
Used for changing settings or
for moving the cursor up/
down/left/right.
MENU
Goes to the system menu
screen or moves to the upper
menu.
ZOOM
Implements the digital zoom
(x2).
STOP
Ends playing.
(-x2, -x4, -x8, -x16, -x32)
VIEW
Performs the VIEW function in
PTZ mode.
PRESET
This button is not used for the
SHR-5040/5042.
SYS ID
Use for inputting or confirming
system or remote control ID.
ENTER
Shows the cursor for channel
selection in live mode or used
as the selection button for
menu configuration.
SEARCH
Goes to the search select
screen.
FREEZE
Performs the FREEZE function
in live mode.
Play/Pause
Pauses or resumes
playing.
x32)
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installation
You should pay attention to the following before you use
the product.
Do not use it outdoor.
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Do not place water or liquid near the connection part
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or the product.
Do not impose excessive shock or force.
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Do not pull out the power cord unreasonably.
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Do not disassemble the product on your own.
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Do not exceed the rated input or output voltage range.
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Use the certified power cord only.
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For the product with an input ground, use a power
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plug with a ground pin.
Checking installation
environment
Samsung Digital Video Recorder (hereinafter referred to
“DVR”) is a high-tech security equipment that contains
a high-capacity HDD and top-notch circuits. High
temperature inside or outside of the product may reduce
the product life, deteriorate performance (see the Figure
1 below; it explains the correlation between temperature
and product life), and lead to a malfunction.
Figure 2
Please keep the following instructions for rack-mounting
the Samsung DVRs to proceed with the installation.
Temperature
Unit: ºC
One Year: 24HR X 365 DAY =8,760 HR
1. The rack on which the DVR is mounted should not
be sealed off.
2. And it also can allow air circulation through the vent.
3. As shown in the Figure 2, we recommend you to
heap the product with other DVRs or use rackmount devices at a certain space, or install a vent
system to accommodate airflow.
Life (Unit: HOURS)
Figure 1
4. For forming a natural convection, the air intake
hole should be positioned at the bottom and the
emission at the top.
5. We recommend you to install each of the air intake
and emission holes with fan motors for sufficient
airflow. (The air intake fan should be equipped with
a filter to prevent possible inflow of dust and other
impurities.)
6. As shown in the Figure 1, the temperature inside the
rack and around the DVR should maintain between
5 and 45°C.
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connecting with other devices
Connecting video, audio, and monitor
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Audio input
Video in
Video through out
Caution
Audio output
Since it may have a risk of an electric shock on the video cable connected to the camera according to the
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grounding state of the power cable, please connect the video cable when the system power is turned off.
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Connecting the network
Connecting to Internet through Ethernet (10/100BaseT)
RJ45 Ethernet Cable
(Direct Cable)
INTERNET
Back Bone
Hub/Switcher
Hub/Switcher
Windows
Smart Viewer
Connecting to Internet through ADSL
RJ45 Ethernet Cable
(Direct Cable)
ADSL MODEM
INTERNET
Phone(ADSL) Line
Hub/Switcher
Windows
Smart Viewer
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Connecting the alarm input
03 connecting with other devices
Connect one wire of the signal cable (2 wires) of various sensors (such as IR sensor, hot-wire detector and magnetic sensor) to
the GROUND port and connect the remaining signal wire to the desired ALARM input port number.
Please use the power ADAPTER suitable to the power specifications of various sensors.
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Caution
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Connecting the alarm output
Such as siren-lamp, amplified siren and external relay
External Power
Connect one wire of the signal cable (2 wires) of an external device (such as siren-lamp, amplified siren and external relay) to the
GROUND port and connect the remaining signal wire to the desired ALARM output port number.
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Connecting the RS-485 device
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Port for connecting the RS-485 signal wire
(connect to the RX-Receiver)
Caution
Please check that the RS-485 device is supported by the SHR-5040/5042 product. And, a caution shall be
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made when connecting to the RS-485 jack since it has the polarity (+ and –).
Connecting the USB
1. It has a total of 2 USB connection ports on the front and rear sides of SHR-5040/5042.
2. Connect the USB HDD, USB memory through the front/rear ports of SHR-5040/5042.
3. Only one USB device can be connected to each USB port.
4. It provides the hot-plugging function that allows connecting/disconnecting a USB device while operating the system.
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live
Operating the system
Turn on the power and the following Samsung logo
appears.
Live screen mode
Live screen icons
The live screen icon indicates the setup and function
status of each screen.
Perform the initialization job to operate the system after
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the logo screen has appeared.
The live video appears if the initialization process is
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normally completed.
It may take about 40 to 60 seconds until the live video
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appears.
When the live video appears, the system setup
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environment set previously will be maintained; and
if the system has been re-started, the live video will
appear and you can start recording.
When installing a new HDD, it may require much

more time until the live video appears due to the
HDD initialization time.
If the live video does not appear, please check

whether the internal and external connections
are normal. If the problem persists, please
contact the place where you have purchased
this product.
CAM_01
V.Loss
CAM_01
: Recording Icon
It indicates the states of REC recording / Event (motion +
alarm) / Continuous recording.
: Recording Video Size Icon
It shows the respective recording sizes of Large/Normal/
CIF.
Large: Full D1 - (NTSC) 704X480
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(PAL) 704X576
Normal: Half D1 – (NTSC) 704X240
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(PAL) 704X288
CIF: CIF - (NTSC) 352X240
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(PAL) 352X288
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: Record Lock Icon
It indicates that the record lock is activated.
This icon appears when you are recording video images
while the record lock is set. To cancel the recording,
enter
the preset password.
After taking 4 live video inputs, images are displayed in
the following 3 modes.
CAM_01
CAM_02
CAM_03
CAM_04
< 4 Split >
CAM_01
CAM_02
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: PTZ Icon
The channel that the PTZ function has been set shows
the PTZ icon. It is changed to yellow when the PTZ
function is now active.
Live screen modes
< PIP >
: Audio Icon
This icon indicates the Audio On/Off state and if it is
turned on, the icon is changed to yellow.
This icon does not appear when the Video or Audio is
disabled.
: Alarm In Icon
It appears when an event from the Alarm In is detected.
: Motion Icon
It appears when a motion event occurs.
: Zoom Icon
It appears when the zooming function is active and
disappears when it is cancelled.
: Freeze Icon
It appears when the Freeze function is active and
disappears when it is cancelled.
: Insufficient HDD Space Icon
It appears when the HDD writing space is not enough.
: Screen Switching Icon
< Auto Sequence >
4 Split Mode:
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It shows 4 video channels on the respective split
screens. Any channel that is shown on the split screen
can be arbitrarily selected.
PIP (Picture in Picture):
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The 1/4-sized small screen appears on the full screen.
The channels for both full and small screens can be
arbitrarily selected.
The location of PIP screen can be set to any of 5
locations within the full screen by using the  or 
button.
Auto Sequence Mode:
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Multiple channels are sequentially displayed on the full
screen at the preset interval.
It appears when it is in the screen switching mode.
V.Loss / V.Off : Video Input Status
If no video inputs are detected even when the Video
Setup is set to On, the [V.Loss] icon appears on the
corresponding channel; and the channel that the Video
Setup is set to Off shows the [V.Off] icon.
Caution
OSD Position Control Function
It is possible to control OSD position of
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CH1, CH3 and CH4 on live screen by
Up/ Down/Left/Right buttons when in
quad division mode.
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Selecting live screen mode
Each mode can be selected by using the MODE button
and CH1 to CH4 buttons.
The following figure shows the diagram of changing
modes.
4 Split
Audio On/Off setting in 4-split
mode
If you press the Enter( ) button in the 4 split mode, the
selection cursor appears as shown in the figure below
and the corresponding channel is selected.
If the AUDIO button is pressed after selecting a
channel, you can set the Audio On/Off function of the
corresponding channel. At this time, the audio icon is
changed to yellow or white on the corresponding channel
according to the Audio On/Off state.
MODE button
Auto
Sequence
CAM_01
CAM_02
CAM_03
CAM_04
PIP
The starting mode is the 4 split screen mode.

Modes except for the full screen can be sequentially

selected by using the MODE button.
Whenever pressing the MODE button, the mode is

switched in the following sequence: [4 Split]  [PIP] 
[Auto Sequence]  [4 Split].
You can see the full screen for each channel by

selecting the respective buttons of CH1~CH4.
When switching to the full screen from the split screen

mode, you can return to the previous split mode
screen by pressing the MODE button.
Setting the audio on/off
From the split mode except for the auto sequence mode,
any channel displayed on each split mode can be
arbitrarily selected. Also, in live mode, you can activate or
deactivate the channels with Audio On settings.
Audio On/Off setting in the full
screen mode
Channel Seletion & Audio On/Off
Setting in PIP mode
If you press the Enter( ) button in the 4 split mode, the
selection cursor appears and the corresponding channel
is selected.
After selecting a channel, you can enter the channel using
the CH1 to CH4 buttons and can set the Audio On/Off
function as in the 4 split mode by using the AUDIO
button. At this time, the Audio icon is changed to yellow
or white on the corresponding channel according to the
Audio On/Off state.
Freezing and zooming
Freeze function
The Freeze function, temporarily stops the video on the
current live screen but it is active only in the live mode.
You can set the Freeze On/Off function by using the
FREEZE button.
In the full screen mode, the audio function of the selected
channel is automatically turned on and you can set the
Audio On/Off function by toggling the AUDIO button.
The Audio icon is changed to yellow or white on the
corresponding channel according to the Audio On/Off
state.
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Zoom function
When events occur from the channels 1 and 3 within 30
seconds after an event has occurred in the channel 2 (as
shown in the figure). Then, the channels 1, 2 and 3 are
switched to the full screen.
If no new event occurs within the event display duration,
it will return to the previous live mode. If you press the
ALARM button before the event display time exceeds,
the event monitoring stops. If an event occurs, the
ALARM LED lights and the ALARM LED is turned off if
you press the ALARM button while the LED lights.
The alarm setting is initialized when the ALARM button
is pressed. In this case, the Event icon disappears. The
monitoring function can be cancelled while in event
monitoring. The event recording with pre-event time and
post-event time resumes after a new alarm occur.
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The Zoom function doubles the size of the selected area
but it is active only in the full screen mode.
The zoom setup area appears when the ZOOM button
is pressed in the full screen mode. You can adjust the
location of the zoom setup area by using the Direction
() buttons. If you press the Enter( ) button
after selecting a setup area, the selected area is shown
twice as big as the previous size. The image location can
be adjusted by using the Direction () buttons
even after enlarging the size. If the Enter( ) button is
pressed again under the enlarged state, it will return to
the zoom setup area and you can perform the Zoom Off
function by using the ZOOM button.
Spot-out monitoring
The Spot-out monitoring is the function that monitors
the entire screen of a specific channel with the output
different from the live screen output. If a monitoring item is
selected from the menu screen, you can select a specific
channel as the Spot-out channel among the channels
1 to 4 and you can also monitor all the channels at an
interval of auto sequence time. The live screen icons do
not appear for Spot-out monitoring.
At this time, the auto sequence time internal is identical
to the auto sequence time of the live mode.
Event monitoring
If the Spot-out event monitoring is active, the channel
where an event occurs can be regarded as the Spotout output. If events occur simultaneously from several
channels, the channel with the lowest number has priority
and is output to the Spot-out.
The event monitoring function displays the channel
linked to the event when a specific event (sensor/motion)
occurs. The event monitoring On/Off and event Duration
functions can be set by using the command “MENU” 
”Monitoring”  ”Live Mode”.
When the event monitoring time has been set to 30
seconds, for example, the channel-2 appears for 30
seconds in the full screen mode if an event initially occurs
in the channel-2 as shown in the figure below. If another
event occurs within 30 seconds, it is also displayed
together with the existing event.
Event Monitor Start
25 sec
55 sec
CAM_01 Event
CAM_03 Event
Event Monitoring Stop
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menu setup
Before use
User login
Selection

The yellow cursor shows the current selection window.
As for the directional operation, move the cursor on the
menu that you want to change by using the direction
() buttons on the front panel of the system.
It enters the sub window if you press the Enter( )
button when the cursor is located on the desired menu.
To select an item from the menu, press the Enter
( ) button. On a drop-down menu, use the  or 
button to move the cursor on your desired item.
Press the MENU button in order to enter the menu
screen.
“OK” and “Cancel” in Each Setup Window

Once any changes are made in a setup
window, they can be applied by selecting “OK”.
When “Cancel” is selected, the changed settings are
not applied and it returns to the upper menu.
MENU and SEARCH Buttons

The MENU or SEARCH button, if pressed first,
acts as an entrance button. After an entrance menu
appears, if the button is pressed, the screen changes
to the previous page.
Symbol() Next to the Title

It displays the drop-down menu when selected.
User Login
Menu Login
User ID
ADMIN
Password
OK
Move/Control
Select
Cancel
Exit
In order to use various DVR functions such as the system
environment setup and search, you need to log on to the
system with the proper user privilege. You can log on to
the system by entering the user ID and password.
The default password was not designated. Use it when
changing the password.
System
The details of the system menu are as follows:
Virtual Keyboard

Inputting characters is enabled by (
) or ( ).
For entering a character, move the cursor on a desired
character key and press the Enter( ) button.
SHR-5042/5040 MENU
System
►
Time/Date/Language Setup
Camera
►
Monitoring
►
User Manager
- Password
- User Add/Del
- Group Authority
Record Mode
Event Record
Profile
►
Record Schedule
System Information & Setup
HDD Setup
Backup
Network
Move/Control
System Log
►
System Shutdown
Select
Exit
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Time/Date/Language Setup
Date/Time/Language Setup
Time Setup
2007-04-03
Date Type
YYYY - mm - dd
05:12:46
Time Type
24
Language
English
OK
Select
Date Type

It supports a total of 9 formats (such as Year-MonthDay / Day-Month-Year / Month-Day-Year).
Exit
Time Setup

The following screen appears if the Enter(
is pressed.
) button
(GMT) Greenwich Mean Time : D
Year
2007
Month
4
6
DST
Month Week Weekly Hour
OFF
1
1st
Hour
Day
3
SUN
0
Sec
10
Language

After selecting a language, OSD is displayed in the
selected language. The available languages are
displayed in the list.
Month Week Weekday Hour
~
1
2st
OK
Move/Control
Min
5
Time Type

It supports two formats of 24 hours / 12 hours (AM/
PM).
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Move/Control
Cancel
DST (Daylight Saving Time)

DST sets the clock one hour ahead the local standard
time. This setting enables the system to display the
time adjusted for DST. If the date set for DST comes,
the system time runs one hour faster.
If the DST is set to “OFF”, it will not be applied. It is
impossible to enter the date menu on the right. When
you set the DST to “ON”, designate the start time on
the left and the end time on the right while basing on
the “~” mark.
Select
SUN
0
Cancel
Password
Exit
User Manager - Password
Select the standard time zone suitable to the
corresponding region.
To change the date and time, move the cursor to the
corresponding item and press the Enter( ) button.
Then, change the day/month/year or second/minute/
hour using the  or  buttons. Escape from the
change mode by pressing the Enter( ) button again.
When the time is changed, the date and time will be
halted until “OK” or “Cancel” is pressed.
Caution
If the date and time are changed to

earlier values, the data written prior
to the change may be deleted. For
example when the 8 o’clock in the
morning is changed to the 7 o’clock in
the morning, the data written between 7
and 8 in the morning will be deleted.
Old Password
****
New Password
****
Confirm Password
****
Record Lock
OK
Move/Control
Select
Cancel
Exit
Old Password

When this product is shipped, the password of
‘ADMIN’ user account will be set to ‘4321’.
New Password

A virtual keyboard will appear if the Enter( ) button
is pressed. You can input characters one by one up to
16 characters.
Confirm Password

This is the menu for confirming a newly changed
password. You need to enter “New Password” first.
If you enter the “Confirm Password” first without
entering the “New Password”, no response is made
on the entry.
Record Lock

If the Record Lock is set to On, a pop-up window,
asking for the password appears while disabling the
recording.
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User Add/Del
Group Authority
User Manager - User Add/Del
User Manager - Group Authority
Group
User ID
user1
Password
****
Group
Group 1
Add
Clear
Group 1
User ID
Group1
user1
Group1
user2
Group1
user3
Group2
user4
Group 2
Group 3
Menu
Delete
Delete All
OK
Cancel
System
Camera
Monitoring
Normal Record
Event Record
Record Schedule
Backup
Network
Search
Playback
OK
User Add

You may enter “User ID” and “Password”.
As for the group that the user can belong to, select
one from “Group1”, “Group2” and “Group3”.
After granting user rights by each group, designate a
user to that group.
If you press “Add”, the entry is registered to the list on
the right.
If you press “Clear”, the User ID and Password on the
left are deleted.
User Delete

After moving the cursor on the User ID to be deleted
from the list on the right, select it by pressing the
Enter( ) button.
If you press “Delete”, only the selected User ID is
deleted from the list.
If you press “Delete All”, all the User IDs registered to
the list are deleted.
Cancel
Group

User group is divided into 3 groups of Group1, Group2
and Group3.
Press the Enter( ) button after moving the cursor on
the group that a user right is to be granted.
Menu

You can grant the system setup and monitoring rights
to the group partially or entirely.
As for the right granting setup, you can set/cancel it by
pressing the Enter( ) button after moving the cursor
on the corresponding item.
The “System” item allows granting the rights for
‘Time/Date/Language Setup’, ‘User Manager’,
‘Profile’, ‘System Log’, ‘System Information & Setup’,
‘HDD Setup’ and ‘System Shutdown’.
The “Camera” item allows granting the rights for
‘Camera Configuration’, ‘PTZ Device’ and ‘Screen
Setup’.
The “Monitoring” item allows granting the rights for
‘Live Mode’ and ‘Spot Mode’.
The “Record Mode” item allows granting the setup
rights for ‘Quality’, ‘Frame’ and ‘Video Size’.
The “Event Record” item allows granting the rights for
‘Event Record Setup’, ‘Alarm Detection Setup’,
‘Motion Detection Setup’ and ‘Video Loss Detection
Setup’.
The “Record Schedule” item allows granting the
recording schedule setup right.
The “Backup” item allows granting the backup setup
right.
The “Network” item allows granting the rights for
‘IP Setup’, ‘IP Test’, ‘DDNS Setup’, ‘NTP Setup’,
‘Callback Setup’ and ‘Transfer Picture Setup’.
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System Log
Search

The “Playback” item allows granting the search right.
System Log
Profile
04-02 06:08:09 C3 C REC Stop
REC
System
04-02 06:08:09 C3 M REC Start C3
Profile
OK
Profile Export
OK
Profile Import
OK
Failure
04-02 06:08:47 C1 M REC Stop
Search
04-02 06:08:50 C4 M REC Stop
Network
04-02 06:08:50 C3 M REC Stop
Backup
2007-04-02 05:39:53 ž 2007-04-03 05:39:53
OK
Progress
trying.. 0%
OK
Move/Control
Select
Exit
Load Factory Default

This function is used when you reset all menu setting
values to the factory default values.
If you press “OK”, the restart message window
appears. You can select “Yes”. The recorded data will
not be deleted.
Profile Export

This function is used when you export the profile
currently set to the system to the storage device
connected to a USB port. The profile file will be copied
to the USB memory if you press “OK”. (Filename:
SetupData.tar)
Profile Import

This function is used when you import the system
profile file stored in a USB memory and apply to the
current system. The profile file will be copied to the
current system if you press “OK”. Then, the restart
message window appears. You can select “Yes”.
Progress

This function will show the progress status of the job
that the system is currently executing.
Caution
Please do not remove the USB memory

when you run the profile export/import
function. The system profile file may
not be copied properly or may not be
applied to the system.
When the system profile file that is included

the value for network setup applies for
another DVR, an IP address conflict may
occur due to the same address. If so,
please reset the network configuration
to avoid an IP address conflict.
This function shows a series of logged tasks made in
operating the DVR system and when the system runs
abnormally, it allows finding the error easily so that the
problem can be fixed.
Press the Enter( ) button after moving the cursor on
the desired log item.
( ): Move to the previous page.
( ): Move to the next page.
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Load Factory Default
04-02 06:08:47 C2 M REC Stop
Scope Designation

If the ( ) icon is pressed, the following screen
appears.
Start Time
Year
2007
2007 - 04 - 02
Month
4
End Time
Year
2007
Day
2
2007 - 04 - 03
Month
4
Day
3
05 : 39 : 53
Hour
5
Min
39
Sec
53
16 : 35 : 44
Hour
16
Min
35
Sec
44
OK
For the log data, set the “Start Time” and “End Time
” to be searched. To change the date and time, move
the cursor to the corresponding item and press the
Enter( ) button. Then, change the day/month/year
or second/minute/hour using the  or  buttons.
Escape from the change mode by pressing the Enter
( ) button again.
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REC

Displays the recording information according to the
recording event and schedule.
Search

Displays the time information between the entry and
exit of the search mode.
System

Displays the system start/stop, system access user
and setup change information.
Network

Displays the time and IP address for the connected
system through the remote software.
Failure

Displays the error information that occurs due to the
hardware failure.
Backup

Displays the backup information.
System Log List
Log Type
REC
System
Failure
Log Details
Description
C(Channel) C REC START/STOP
Continuous Recording Start/Stop
C(Channel) A REC START/STOP
Alarm In Recording Start/End
C(Channel) M REC START/STOP
Motion Recording Start/End
SYSTEM START/STOP
System Power ON/OFF
SYSTEM NET TIMESET
System Time Change
SYSTEM SHUTDOWN
System Termination
SYSTEM REBOOT
System Restart
SETUP START/END
Menu Mode Login/Logout
WEAK SIGNAL START CH
Weak Video Output Signal
WEAK SIGNAL STOP CH
Video Output Signal Restoration
HDD Format M
HDD(Master) Format
HDD Format S
HDD(Slave) Format
VIDEO LOSS START/STOP
Video Loss/Recovery
FAN FAILURE/RECOVERY
Fan Failure/Recovery
SMART ERROR HDD-M
HDD(Master) Smart Check Failure
SMART ERROR HDD-S
HDD(Slave) Smart Search Failure
HDD ERR COUNT M
HDD(Master) Write Error Count
HDD ERR COUNT S
HDD(Slave) Write Error Count
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Log Type
Search
Network
Description
SEARCH IN/OUT
Login/Logout with the Search Mode
NETWORK CONNECTED
Remote Software Connection
NETWORK DISCONNECTED
Disconnecting the Remote Software Connection
BACKUP AVI-OK/FAILED
AVI Backup Success/Failure
BACKUP SDB-OK/FAILED
SDB Backup Success/Failure
BACKUP SFX-OK/FAILED
SFX Backup Success/Failure
BAKCUP BMP-OK/FAILED
BMP Backup Success/Failure
BACKUP JPEG-OK/FAILED
JPEG Backup Success/Failure
USB PROBLEM DETECTED
Removing the Media While Backing up to a USB
Storage
CD-ROM WRITE FAIL
CD Write Failure
CD Media Size Full
No CD Space Remained
CD Media Not Exist
No CD Media
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BACKUP
Log Details
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System Information & Setup
Caution
System Information/Setup
Mac Address
00:C:8C:FF:00:A9
Software Version
V1.000A10
Package Search
Find package in USB
Upgrade Version
None
Remocon ID
00
Upgrade
OK
Move/Control
Select
Cancel
Exit
Mac Address

Displays the unique number of the network hardware
device attached to the system.
Software Version

Displays the current software version.
Package Search

After connecting the USB device (holding the DVR
software) to a USB port, press the ( ) icon and the
DVR software will be automatically searched. If the
DVR software does not exist in the USB device, the
upgrade version will not be displayed.
Upgrade Version

The software version to be upgraded will be shown. If
you press the “Upgrade”, the restart message window
appears. You can select “Yes” to proceed with the
upgrade.
Remocon ID

In order to control the DVR with a remote commander,
set the DVR and the remocon ID.
For the DVR to recognize the update file

the file should be inserted into a folder
named “update”. So this folder should
be created on a USB memory and then
the upgrade file copied inside the folder.
When upgrading the software, you must

neither turn off the power nor remove
the USB device. The system may run
abnormally.
When using a USB memory, please

use the USB device that can support
Linux 2.6.0 or higher. The system
cannot support the device that does not
support Linux.
The file system for the USB device must

be either FAT16 or FAT32. The system
does not support NTFS or other file
systems.
Since some USB devices either have no

power supply or have a low voltage, a
separate power supply may be needed
to recognize them.
When shipping this product, the remote

controller ID is set to ‘00’.
When changing the remote control ID, press

“Remocon ID” and enter the DVR ID.
HDD Setup
HDD Setup
ATA
1
Info
PRIMARY
Format
149GB
2
HDD END
Setup
Recording
Overwrite
Off
Format
OK
Cancel
HDD Info

Shows the installed HDD information and the capacity.
The first installed HDD is displayed as the Primary and
the second HDD is shown as the Secondary.
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HDD Format

When initializing the HDD, move the cursor to the
corresponding HDD and press the Enter( ) button.
Then, the (Format) icon is activated.
If you press “Format”, the HDD format window
appears. You can select “OK” to initialize the HDD.
HDD END ALARM ( )

On: If the HDD becomes full while in recording, it gives
an alarm.
Off: If the HDD becomes full while in recording, it does
not give any alarm.
If the HDD space is not enough, the Disk_Full

(
) icon appears.
Caution
Caution
Because all data will be deleted when

the HDD formatting is executed, please
proceed with the initialization after
backing up important data to other
place.
If the repeated HDD recording is set to “

OverWrite” and the data to be backed
up are overwritten, either the backup
start time can be changed or the
backup is cancelled.
Checking HDD Data
Please, pay attention to Following
information to minimize the chance of
losing HDD data.
Remember that you should protect HDD

from any impact or misuse as this may
cause damaged.
The Manufacturer is not responsible for

missing data or defects caused by the
user’s mishandling.
Note: Adding Extra HDD.
Check in advance that the HDD is
compatible with the manufacturer’s DVR.
System Shutdown
Sure to shutdown?
OK
Move/Control
Select
Cancel
Exit
This function is used when either terminating the running
jobs safely or turning off the power.
If you see the system shutdown message after pressing
“OK” on the confirmation window, turn off the power.
Caution
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HDD END

Stop: Recording stops when the HDD becomes full
while in recording.
OverWrite: If the HDD becomes full while in recording,
the data recorded at the earliest time will be deleted
and new data will be written.
System Shutdown
If the system is turned off without

terminating it using the system shutdown
menu, it may cause a problem such as
data loss and disk failure. When turning
off the power, please terminate the
system first using the system shutdown
menu.
Camera
The details of the camera menu are as follows:
SHR-5042/5040 MENU
System
►
Camera
►
Camera Configuration
Monitoring
►
PTZ Device
Screen Setup
Record Mode
Event Record
►
Remote Control Device
Record Schedule
Backup
Network
Move/Control
►
Select
Exit
Examples that can cause loss of data or
damage HDD.
Any outside Impact on the case which

could happen whilst disassembling or
setting up the DVR.
Power cut or incorrect shutdown whilst

the DVR is operating. (Refer to page 27:
how to turn off DVR)
Moving or causing any impact on the

DVR during operation.
Please, back up events as soon as
possible to minimize disappointment
should HDD data be lost.
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Camera Configuration
PTZ Device
Camera Configuration
PTZ Device
Video
Auto Seq
Protocol
Baudrate
On
5 SEC
CAM 01
0
Samsung
9600
On
5 SEC
CAM 02
1
Pel-D
9600
On
5 SEC
CAM 03
2
AD
19200
On
5 SEC
CAM 04
3
Tech
2400
Title
OK
Move/Control
Select
ID
Cancel
Exit
Video

On: It shows the video of the selected channel.
Off: It does not show the video of the selected
channel.
Covert: It shows the remaining information except for
the video information of the selected channel.
The functions such as audio/camera name/auto
sequence are not available for the Off channel.
Auto Seq

You can set the auto sequencing interval for each
channel. The setting applies in the live mode. The
channel set with “Off” or “Covert” is not shown in the
auto sequence mode.
Title

The camera name of the selected channel can be set.
A virtual keyboard appears if you press the Enter( )
button.
Characters can be input one by moving the cursor.
You can input up to 10 characters. If you press “Shift”,
you can input the uppercase letters and numeric keys.
Move/Control
Select
Cancel
Exit
ID

Select the PTZ ID(0~99).
Protocol

In order to set the PTZ function, move the cursor to
the desired channel and press the Enter( ) button.
Then, select PTZ by using the  or  button.
Escape from the change mode by pressing the Enter
( ) button again. This product supports the protocols
of Samsung, Vic., Pan., AD, Phi., Pel-D, Pel-P, Ern,
Vcl., Dia., Kal., and Tech.
Baudrate

Select the PTZ Speed.
(2400/4800/9600/19200/38400)
The above items should be matched with the

settings of PTZ device. For more details, please
refer to the manual provided by the PTZ device
manufacturer.
Only the Half Duplex method is supported for

transmission.
Screen Setup
Keyboard Dialog
Camera Name
OK
CAM 01
Screen Setup
128
128
Back
Shift
OK
128
Cancel
Default
Apply All
OK
Cancel
This is the screen that sets the Brightness/Contrast/Color
values for the camera image of each channel.
Place the cursor on the the desired channel for
adjustment and select it to set the Brightness/Contrast/
Color values.
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The selected channel appears within the PIP zone on the
right.
The adjustment can be made from ‘0’ to ‘255’ using the
 or  button.
If you press “Apply All”, the values for the last updated
channel are copied to entire channels.
If you press “Default”, the values for the current channel
are reset with ‘128’.
Monitoring
The details of the monitoring menu are as follows:
SHR-5042/5040 MENU
System
►
Camera
►
Monitoring
►
Remote Control Device
Live Mode
Spot Mode
Record Mode
Event Record
►
Record Schedule
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Backup
Network
Remote Control Device
Move/Control
0
ID
Baudrate
►
Select
Exit
9600
Live Mode
OK
Move/Control
Select
Cancel
Exit
Monitoring
Event Monitoring
Duration
This window allows you to control the functions of DVR
by using the system controller keyboard (SSC-2000).
ID

Selects the ID of the system controller keyboard.
Baudrate

Selects the transmission speed of the system controller
(1200/2400/4800/9600/19200/38400).
Available System Controller Keyboard
NO
1
Manufacturer
SAMSUNG
Model Name
SSC-2000
The items above should match the settings

of the system controller keyboard. For further
information, refer to the manual provided by the
manufacturer of the system controller keyboard.
This device supports only half duplex as a

transmission method.
OFF
OSD
Date
ON
Title
ON
Time
ON
State
ON
1Ch DVR
Support
OFF
OK
Cancel
Event Monitoring Duration

It can be set to any of Off, 30 seconds, and
CONTINUE.
OFF: The event monitoring that switches to the event
screen does not operate.
30 Seconds: It sets the display duration of the current
channel until the next channel is displayed.
CONTINUE: The event monitoring screen will be
maintained until it is cancelled by pressing the ALARM
button on the front panel.
OSD

Date: When it is On, the date will be displayed on the
screen. When it is Off, the date will not be displayed on
the screen.
Time: When it is On, the time will be displayed on the
screen. When it is Off, the time will not be displayed on
the screen.
Title: When it is On, the camera name will be displayed
on the screen. When it is Off, the camera name will not
be displayed on the screen.
State: When it is On, the Audio/PTZ will be displayed
on the screen. When it is Off, the Audio/PTZ will not be
displayed on the screen.
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1Ch DVR

The 1-channel DVR is supported. If the 1-channel
support is set to On, it becomes the 1-channel DVR;
and if the 1-channel support is set to Off, it becomes
the 4-channel DVR. If the 1-channel support is On, the
system will be restarted and it becomes the 1-channel
DVR.
Spot Mode
Spot Out
Monitoring Type
Duration
Event
OFF
Normal
3 SEC
Camera
Caution
If the 1-channel support is enabled, the

functions such as Event Monitoring,
Spot Out Channel and Spot Out Event
Monitoring are not available. As for the
resolution of 1-channel support, Full D1,
Half D1 and CIF are supported.
If the 1-channel support is Off and

the Full D1 is set, the resolution in the
4-channel mode becomes CIF.
When setting up the 1-channel mode,

the system setup values will be
initialized.
Displays 640x480(60Hz) VGA output on

NTSC and PAL.
Some noise on vertical lines or oversized

image can occur on LCD monitor if
640x480 mode is not available.
Mode
OK
Move/Control
Select
Cancel
Exit
When you have two monitors, the Spot Out channel can
be used for monitoring a specific channel on a dedicated
monitor.
Event Duration

Sets whether or not to run the Event Monitoring
function for the Spot-out channel. It can be set to any
of Off, 30 seconds, and CONTINUE.
OFF: The Event Monitoring function is not available on
the Spot Out channel.
CONTINUE: The Event Monitoring screen will be
maintained until it is cancelled by pressing the ALARM
button on the front panel.
Normal Duration

1~60 Seconds: It sets the display duration of the
current channel until the next channel is displayed.
Camera

Sets the desired channel for use with the Spot Out
function.
Mode

(
): This is the mode that outputs the Spot Out
channel with a 4 split screen.
( ): This is the mode that switches the Spot Out
channel screen in the full screen mode.
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Record mode
Event record
The details of the record menu are as follows:
The details of the event recording are as follows:
Record Mode
Quality
SHR-5042/5040 MENU
Frame
Standard
25
System
►
Standard
25
Camera
►
Standard
25
Monitoring
►
Standard
25
Auto Detection
ON
CIF
Default
99
OK
Event Record
►
Motion Detection Setup
Backup
Cancel
Event Record Setup
Alarm Detection Setup
Record Schedule
Network
►
Video Loss Detection Setup
Move/Control
Set the recording mode values to be applied when
pressing the REC button on the front panel.
Quality

Sets the recording video quality.
Set to any of Very High, High, Standard and Low.
Video
Source
NTSC
PAL
Select
Event Record Setup
Quality
Frame
Standard
25
Standard
25
Standard
25
25
Standard
Pre Event
Post Event
3 sec
10 sec
Default
Full D1
Half D1
CIF
704 X 480
704 X 576
704 X 240
704 X 288
352 X 240
352 X 288
Auto Detection

You can select any of OFF and ON by pressing “OFF.”
If “ON” is selected, the date for search is limited.
The date can be limited to 1 to 99 days. If “OFF” is
selected, the cursor cannot be moved to the date
selection area and the date for search is not limited.
If you press “Default”, it returns the initial values.
The Normal Recording frame rate should be set less or
equal to the event recording frame rate.
Exit
Event Record Setup
Frame

Sets the number of frames for recording. The number
of frames refers to the number of screens recorded per
second.
Video Size

Set the screen size for recording.
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Video Size
Record Mode
Video Size
CIF
OK
Cancel
Set the recording mode values to be applied when an
event occurs.
Quality

Sets the recording video quality for any event.
Frame

Sets the number of frames for recording. The number
of frames indicates the number of screens recorded
per second.
Pre Event

Pre-Event Section
Time that an event has occurred
Record the pre-conditions from the point that an event
has occurred.
3~5 Seconds: Set the recording time prior to the
event occurrence.
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Post Event

Camera

Sets the camera linked to the current Alarm In. The
default value is set to the current Alarm In number.
At least one link between Alarm In and camera has to
be established. Multiple selections are possible.
The following screen will appear if the Enter( )
button is pressed by moving the cursor from the
camera item.
Post-Event Section
Time that an event has occurred
Record the post-conditions from the point that an
event has occurred.
5 Seconds~5 Minutes: Set the recording time after
the event occurrence.
Video Size

Screen setup size displayed on record mode.
Video
Source
NTSC
PAL
Full D1
Half D1
CIF
704 X 480
704 X 576
704 X 240
704 X 288
352 X 240
352 X 288
If the 1-channel DVR support is set to On in the

monitoring menu, the resolution is changed to
Full D1.
Alarm Detection Setup
Alarm Detection Setup
Alarm In
Camera
Alarm-Out
Alarm In 1
N.O
State
1
None
10 SEC
Alarm In 2
N.O
2
None
10 SEC
Alarm In 3
N.O
3
None
10 SEC
Alarm In 4
N.O
4
None
10 SEC
OK
Move/Control
Select
Duration
Camera 1
Camera 2
Camera 4
All
OK
Camera 3
Cancel
Alarm Out

Sets an alarm-out method when an event has
occurred from the Alarm In.
Currently, this system supports 2 Alarm Out functions
and 1 built-in speaker (beep) output.
The following screen will appear if the Enter( )
button is pressed by moving the cursor from the Alarm
Out item.
1
2
Beep
All
OK
Cancel
Cancel
Exit
State

The Alarm In type can be set to “N.O” or “N.C”.
N.O (Normally Open): Sensor remains open. But if it
gets closed, an alarm is issued.
N.C (Normally Closed): Sensor remains closed. But
if it gets open, an alarm is issued.
Duration

Sets the duration for Alarm Out. The alarm sound will
be maintained with the value set.
CONTINUE: The alarm output sound will be
maintained until it is cancelled by pressing the ALARM
button manually on the front panel.
10~300 Seconds: You can set the duration for the
alarm output.
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Motion Detection Setup
Video Loss Detection Setup
Motion Detection Setup
Video Loss Detection Setup
Alarm-Out
Alarm-Out
None
Duration
All Camera
Sensitivity
High
Duration
None
10 SEC
None
10 SEC
None
10 SEC
None
10 SEC
Area Set
OK
Cancel
Set the motion detection area, sensitivity and alarm for
each camera video.
Press the Enter( ) button after moving the cursor on
the camera to be set.
Alarm Out

It sets the alarm output when a motion is detected.
Currently the system supports 2 Alarm Out functions
and 1 built-in speaker output.
Duration

Sets the duration for Alarm Out. The alarm sound is
sustained for the preset period.
CONTINUE: The alarm output sound will be
maintained until it is cancelled by pressing the ALARM
button manually on the front panel.
10~300 Seconds: Sets the duration for alarm output.
Sensitivity

It relates to configuration for motion detection and
sensitivity.
The sensitivity can be set to Very High, High, Medium,
Low or Very Low.
Area Set

If you press the Enter( ) button after moving the
cursor to the video display area on the right, the motion
area can be set/cancelled.
( ): Sets the whole part as the motion area.
( ): Cancels the whole motion area.
If you press “Default”, the motion setup is reset to the
initial values.
Move/Control
Select
Cancel
Exit
If a video loss occurs from each channel, it can be set to
generate an alarm output sound.
Alarm Out

Sets an alarm-out method when an event has occurred
from the Alarm In.
Currently, this system supports 2 Alarm Out functions
and 1 built-in speaker (beep) output.
The following screen appears when you press the
Enter( ) button after moving the cursor to the Alarm
Out item.
1
2
Beep
All
OK
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Default
OK
Cancel
Duration

Sets the duration for Alarm Out. The alarm sound is
sustained for the preset period.
CONTINUE: The alarm output sound is maintained
until it is cancelled by pressing the ALARM button
manually on the front panel.
10~300 Seconds: Sets the duration for alarm output.
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Record schedule
The details of the record schedule menu are as follows:
Recording Schedule
00 02 04 06 08 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24
Continuous
Motion
Alarm In
REC Option
00-01
M:C
00-24
M:C
Apply All
OK
You can set the system to automatically record images
by setting the desired time frames.
Press the Enter( ) button after moving the cursor on
the camera to be set.
Time Selection

In order to select the recording time slot hourly, move
the cursor to the part shown as in the figure below and
press the Enter( ) button. And, select the recording
time slot while using the  or  button. You can exit
from the change mode by pressing the Enter( )
button again.
Setup
Recording Type Recording Support Screen
Symbol
No Recording
NONE
Continuous
C
Recording
Motion Recording
M
Alarm In Recording A
C: Continuous Continuous & Motion
C:M
M: Motion
Recording
Continuous & Alarm
A: Alarm In
C:A
In Recording
Motion & Alarm In
M:A
Recording
Continuous & Motion
C:M:A
& Alarm In Recording
Backup
The details of the backup menu are as follows:
Backup
Backup Mode
Video (SFX)
Start Time
2007-04-03 07:41:20
End Time
2007-04-03 07:43:20
Backup Device
USB
Camera
OK
Move/Control
Select
Cancel
Exit
00-01
REC Option

Sets the recording method. Please see the following
table for the types of recording methods.
You can apply the preset recording method for the
selected time slot if the  or  button is used after
pressing the Enter( ) button.
“00-24”: The recording method can be identically set
to a range between zero hour and 24 hours.
If you press “Apply All”, the values for the current
channel are copied to entire channels.
This is to back up the video data stored on the HDD to a
backup device.
Backup Mode

Selects which mode is to be used for backup. The
backup mode supports three types in total such as
SDB, SFX, and AVI.
Press the Enter( ) button and select the backup
mode by using the  or  button. You can exit from
the change mode by pressing the Enter( ) button
again.
Samsung Database (SDB): This is a proprietary data
type of Samsung. Once data is backed up in SDB, the
backup data are automatically copied into the SDB
Viewer as well as the SDB. Typically, the SDB is used
to back up mass storage data.
SFX: This mode runs a backup job together with
the auto-executable video player. If the backup file is
executed, the player will be automatically launched to
play the video. The SFX backup data is saved with an
executable file extension (.EXE).
AVI: This mode saves in the video format that can be
played from the Windows Media Player.
Start Time & End Time

Sets the date and time for backup.
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Backup Device

Sets the storage device for backup. The backup
device supports the USB storage device and CD.
Press the Enter( ) button and select the backup
device by using the  or  button. Escape from the
change mode by pressing the Enter( ) button again.
Camera

Sets the camera channel for backup.
Network
The details of the network menu are as follows:
SHR-5042/5040 MENU
System
►
Camera
►
Monitoring
►
Caution
Please do not remove the storage device

during backup or do not turn off the
system power. The system may run
abnormally.
The system speed may be slowed down

during backup.
When backing up the data to CD,

the recorded data may be damaged
according to the conditions of disk
recording surface.
►
Record Schedule
DDNS Setup
NTP Setup
Backup
Network
Network Status
05 menu setup
The backup file can be played on PC, but can

not be played from a DVR.
In case of the AVI backup, you may need a DivX

codec to play the saved file. You can obtain the
DivX codec from the website www.divx.com.
It is recommended to use K-lite codec standard.

A warning message appears if no backup

device exists.
For a watermark, insert a mark that only the

manufacturer knows into the video data lest
a person should identify the mark with naked
eyes. If the saved video data are forged or
altered, "Tampered" will be displayed on the
screen of the SDB Viewer or SFX Player.
If not, "Approved" will be displayed.
Event Record
IP Setup
Web Viewer Port Setting
Record Mode
Call Back Setup
►
Transfer Picture Setup
Move/Control
Select
Exit
IP Setup
IP Setup
Connection Mode
NOT USE
ID/Password
USER
Site IP
000.000.000.000
Subnet Mask
255.255.255.000
Gateway
000.000.000.000
Port (TCP)
554
BandWidth
10Mbps
OK
Cancel
Connection Mode

Sets the network type for the main system.
Press the Enter( ) button and select the network by
using the  or  button.
NOT USE: Select it when you do not use a network.
STATIC-IP: Select it when the main system is
connected to the network that is using the fixed IP.
DHCP: Select it when the main system is connected
to the network whose IP address is dynamically
assigned by DHCP.
ADSL(PPPoE): Select it when the main system is
connected to the ADSL network using PPPoE.
ID/Password

You can manually enter the ID/PASSWORD when
ADSL is selected.
When the main system is connected to the ADSL
network, you need to enter the user ID and password
provided by the ADSL carrier. The user ID and
password may be entered by using the virtual
keyboard.
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Web Viewer Port Settings
Keyboard Dialog
User ID
USER
Password
****
Web Viewer Port Setting
Port
Shift
80
Back
OK
Cancel
OK
Move/Control
Site IP

Sets the IP address for the main system to be
connected to the network. If the connection mode
is set to STATIC-IP, the user needs to enter the IP
address directly.
If the connection mode is either DHCP or ADSL, the IP
address provided by the DHCP server or ADSL carrier
will be automatically displayed. If a DHCP or ADSL
connection attempt fails, 000.000.000.000 will be
displayed. In this case, turn off the power of the main
system and wait for a while. And then, turn on the
power and retry the connection.
Subnet Mask

Sets the subnet mask address for the main system.
Gateway

Sets the gateway address for the main system.
Port(TCP)

The port number is selectable from 554 to 2048.
Bandwidth

Set the maximum speed of transferring video data over
a network.
Select
Cancel
Exit
Set the number of a port where Web Viewer will be
used on the Web browser. The port number is set to
80 by default.
Port

Set the number of a port where Web Viewer will be
used on the Web browser. You can set the port
number to 80 to 60080. (The port number is set to 80
by default.)
If the port for Web Viewer in the DVR is closed

by the firewall or sharing equipment, Web
Viewer cannot run on the Web browser.
In this case, contact the network administrator.
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Network Status
DDNS Setup
Network Status
Assigned IP
DDNS Setup
222.112.139.76
Connection Status
0%
DDNS Site
DYNAMIC DDNS
Host Name
SAMSUNG
User ID
SHR
Password
****
OK
Select
Exit
Assigned IP

Displays the IP address assigned to the current
system.
Connection Status

Displays in colors whether the system is currently
connected to the network in a normal state or in an
abnormal state.
If “OK” is displayed, it means that the IP can be
connected. If “Failed” is displayed, it means that the
IP cannot be connected.
Color
Green
Yellow
Red
Ping Response Speed
Less than 500 ms
500~2000 ms
Greater than 2000 ms
Move/Control
Cancel
Select
Exit
DDNS Setup function allows you to use the dynamic
IP address connected to the system as if it is a fixed IP
address.
05 menu setup
Move/Control
OK
DDNS Site

The DDNS site is selectable among SAMSUNG,
DYNAMIC DDNS, NO IP and CHANGE IP.
When SAMSUNG is selected, The IP will be registered
to the DDNS being operated by Samsung Electronics.
DYNAMIC DDNS, NO IP and CHANGE IP are the
public DDNS websites that allow registering a dynamic
IP and assigning a URL free of charge. Set the host
name, user ID and password after joining in the
corresponding website and registering the URL.
Host Name

Sets the host name of the DDNS site.
User ID

Sets the user ID entered when joining in the DDNS site.
Password

Sets the password entered when joining in the DDNS
site.
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If you have set a public DDNS (dyndns.com, no
ip.com or changeip.com), it may take 30 to 60
seconds until the IP address of the host name
(URL) can be updated in the DNS.
When using the network by connecting an IP

router to the main system, the network port
has to be designated from the setup menu of
the IP router. The main system uses 1494ports
(554-2048) for the TCP communication. When
using it by assigning IP addresses dynamically
to the main system while using the DHCP
function supported by the IP router, the port
number for the IP address dynamically assigned
from the setup menu of the IP router needs to
be designated. When using an IP router, it is
recommended to designate the IP address and
port number to be assigned to the main system
from the setup menu of the IP router, to set a
fixed IP address for the connection mode of
the main system, and to enter the IP address
designated to the IP router. Please refer to the
IP router manual or contact the manufacturer for
the IP router setup method.
NTP Setup
NTP Setup
Primary Address
pool.ntp.org
Secondary Address
asia.pool.ntp.org
Connection Status
Test
NTP Enable
trying.. 0%
OK
Move/Control
Select
Cancel
Exit
Primary Address & Secondary Address

Sets the NTP server address.
Connection Status

You can check the connection status with the NTP
server by pressing “Test” after entering the NTP server
address.
If the message “Success” is displayed, the NTP
server is in the state possible to communicate; if the
message “Failed” is displayed, it is not possible to
communicate.
NTP Enable

When using the NTP function, please check the “NTP
Enable” box.
When the DVR system time prior to operating

the NTP setup function is set faster than the
NTP standard time (in other words, the DVR
system time is set to a past time through the
NTP setup), the recording function will not
operate for the protection of previously recorded
data. The recording function will operate
normally from the point that the newly set time
exceeds the original time value.
When the NTP function is in use, a time change

can not be made from the time setup menu and
it only allows setting the standard time zone.
The synchronization between NTP server and

DVR system will be performed every hour.
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NTP(Network Time Protocol) Server List
NTP Server Address
pool.ntp.org
Asia.pool.ntp.org
Europe.pool.ntp.org
North-america.pool.ntp.org
Oceania.pool.ntp.org
South-america.pool.ntp.org
at.pool.ntp.org
au.pool.ntp.org
be.pool.ntp.org
ca.pool.ntp.org
ch.pool.ntp.org
cl.pool.ntp.org
de.pool.ntp.org
dk.pool.ntp.org
es.pool.ntp.org
fi.pool.ntp.org
fr.pool.ntp.org
gt.pool.ntp.org
ie.pool.ntp.org
it.pool.ntp.org
jp.pool.ntp.org
mx.pool.ntp.org
my.pool.ntp.org
nl.pool.ntp.org
no.pool.ntp.org
nz.pool.ntp.org
ph.pool.ntp.org
pl.pool.ntp.org
pt.pool.ntp.org
ru.pool.ntp.org
se.pool.ntp.org
us.pool.ntp.org
Callback Settings
Alarm In
Alarm 1
Alarm 2
Alarm 3
Alarm 4
Transmission Setup
From
abcdef@samsung.com
To
hijklmn@samsung.com
SMTP Server
mail.samsung.com
OK
Cancel
If an event occurs in ALARM IN where a callback alarm
is set, callback messages as well as the camera images
that inter-work with alarm input will be delivered to the
e-mail address. Information on the sender, recipient, and
STMP Server should be set to send a callback message
to the e-mail address.
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ISO
Area
Worldwide
Asia
Europe
North America
Oceania
South America
AT Austria
AU Australia
BE Belgium
CA Canada
CH Switzerland
CL Chile
DE Germany
DK Denmark
ES Spain
FI Finland
FR France
GT Guatemala
IE Ireland
IT Italy
JP Japan
MX Mexico
MY Malaysia
NL Netherlands
NO Norway
NZ New Zealand
PH Philippines
PL Poland
PT Portugal
RU Russia
SE Sweden
US USA
Callback Settings
ALARM IN

Select the alarm input number where the callback
function will be enabled.
From(Sender)

Enter the account of the e-mail sender.
Press the Enter( ) button. Then, the text box will
appear as shown in the figure below:
keyboard Dialog
abcdef@samsung.com
Back
Shift
OK
Cancel
To(Recipient)

Enter the account of the user who will receive e-mails.
Press the Enter( ) button.
Then, the window below will appear.
Press “New”. Once a virtual keyboard window
appears, enter the recipient address.
Select an account from the Usable Addreess Book and
press the button to register the recipient address
into the selection list.
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Transfer Picture Setup
Usable Addreess Book
Selected List
abcdef01@samsung.com
abcdef@samsung.com
abcdef02@samsung.com
hijklmn@samsung.com
abcdef03@samsung.com
mail.samsung.com
Transfer Picture Setup
Quality
abcdef04@samsung.com
abcdef05@samsung.com
New
Delete
Delete
OK
Cancel
Frame
Bit Rate
Standard
25
CBR
Standard
25
CBR
Standard
25
CBR
Standard
25
CBR
Video Size
CIF
Default
SMTP Server:

Enter the information on STMP Server. Press the Enter
( ) button. Then, the window below will appear:
mail.samsung.com
User ID
hijklmn
Password
****
25
Port
Cancel
Set the video information to be sent over the network.
Quality

Sets the image quality to be transmitted.
Sets to any of Very High, High, Standard, Low.
Usable Addreess Book
SMTP Server
OK
Frame

Sets the number of frames for recording. The number
of frames indicates the number of screens recorded
per second.
Authentication methods CRAM-MD5
OK
Cancel
STMP Server:

Enter the address of the server to which you will send
e-mails.
User ID:

Enter the user account of the mail server (SMTP).
Password:

Enter the password for the user account in the mail
server.
Port:

Enter the port number for the mail server (SMTP).
You can set the port number to 1 to 65535.
Authentication Method:

Perform security authentication to enable logging
into the mail server (SMTP). This option allows you to
encrypt and authenticate IDs and passwords while
sending or receiving e-mails. This option is mainly used
to be registered into the services of Internet Service
Providers (ISPs)/Internet content providers.
Bit Rate

When transmitting a video over the network, select
an appropriate bit rate according to the network
bandwidth.
Constant Bit Rate (CBR): The transmission speed
will be constantly maintained because the frame size
will be fixed regardless of the changed volume of
the video. However, the image quality may not be
guaranteed.
Variable Bit Rate (VBR): Although it guarantees the
image quality by appropriately distributing the bit rate
regardless of the changed volume of the video, the
network speed can slow down due to an increase in
the frame size.
Video Size

Sets the screen size for recording.
Video
Source
NTSC
PAL
Full D1
Half D1
CIF
704 X 480
704 X 576
704 X 240
704 X 288
352 X 240
352 X 288
If you press “Default”, the property values return the
initial values.
Authentication Method
CRAM-MD5/CRAM-SHA1 Authentication:

Enables decipher when IDs or passwords are
sent or received.
PLAIN Authentication: Uses the text format to

send or receive IDs or passwords.
LOGIN Authentication: Encrypts IDs and

passwords under Base64 in order to prevent
packet sniffing.
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PTZ camera control
PTZ camera control
mode
In order to enter into the PTZ device control mode, the
PTZ device setup values must be properly set.
Protocol
Baudrate
0
Samsung
9600
1
Pel-D
9600
2
AD
19200
3
Tech
4800
ID
OK
Move/Control
Select
Cancel
Exit
If PTZ has been set from the menu, the PTZ icon (
)
is displayed on the corresponding channel of the screen.
A blue bar appears on the monitor screen if you press the
Enter( ) button in the live mode screen. Move to the
channel with the PTZ icon by moving this bar using the
direction buttons and enter the PTZ device control mode
by pressing the PTZ button. If you enter the PTZ control
mode, the PTZ icon of the live screen will be changed
from the white color to the yellow color. Only the basic
operations of Pan, Tile and Zoom can be performed in
the PTZ device control mode of the split screen.
If no PTZ control is used by the DVR for as long

as 5 minutes, the PTZ mode is automatically
cancelled. It is intended to have the PTZ control
from a remote viewer during the time of no PTZ
control.
06 PTZ camera control
PTZ Device
From the single screen, you can control the basic Pan,
Tilt or Zoom operations, preset, camera menu and other
functions. From the menu, first select the channel set
with PTZ by pressing the CH1 to CH4 buttons on the
front panel and press the PTZ button. If you enter the
single screen PTZ device control mode, the PTZ icon of
the screen is changed from the white color to the yellow
color.
Press the PTZ button in the live mode to cancel the PTZ
device control mode.
If it is cancelled, the PTZ icon (
) is changed from the
yellow color to the white color.
Basic operation of pan,
tilt & zoom
PAN

The PTZ camera can be controlled in the horizontal
direction by using the direction ( or ) buttons on
the front panel within the PTZ device control mode.
TILT

The PTZ camera can be controlled in the vertical
direction by using the direction ( or ) buttons on
the front panel in the PTZ device control mode.
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ZOOM

The PTZ camera can perform the enlargement/
reduction function by using the TELE/WIDE button on
the front panel in the PTZ device control mode.
P/T SPEED

You can set the Pan/Tilt speed of the PTZ camera in
step-by-step fashion. After moving the cursor to the
P/T SPEED, press the Enter( ) button and set the
speed using the  or  button. Escape from the
change mode by pressing the Enter( ) button again.
ZOOM SPEED

You can set the zoom speed of the PTZ camera in
step-by-step fashion. After moving the cursor to the
ZOOM SPEED, press the Enter( ) button and set
the speed using the  or  button. Escape from the
change mode by pressing the Enter( ) button again.
PTZ device menu setup
In order to enter the PTZ device menu setup mode, first
select the channel set with PTZ by pressing the CH1
to CH4 buttons on the front panel and press the PTZ
button. If you enter the single screen PTZ device control
mode, the PTZ icon of the screen is changed from the
white color to the yellow color. At this time, the PTZ
menu setup window appears if the Search( )button is
pressed.
PTZ MODEL
Samsung
Auto
Pan
Pattern
Delete
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
Setup
ZOOM SPEED
Run
MODE SELECT
Cursor Mode
Preset setup
This is the function that saves a desired position of the
PTZ camera.
It allows storing up to 20 PTZ camera positions.
If the Search( )button is pressed from the single screen
PTZ device control mode, the PTZ menu setup window
appears.
P/T SPEED
PRESET
MODE SELECT

It is used when designating a certain position of the
PTZ camera to the PRESET ID or controlling the
position of the PTZ camera. By toggling the button, it
is switched to “Cursor Mode”  “P/T Mode”, “P/T
Mode”  “Cursor Mode”.
Cursor Mode: This shows the state that can move
between menus.
P/T Mode: This shows the state that can control the
Pan, Tilt and Zoom function of the PTZ camera.
List
OK
PTZ MODEL

Displays the currently set PTZ model.
The function menus shown by the PTZ model are
displayed. Each menu allows you to set various PTZ
functions.
Auto: This traverses a designated location sequentially
from the PRESET 1 to 20.
Pan: If you press “Pan” after setting the positions of
two points ‘Start’ and ‘End’ from the internal menu of
the PTZ camera, this function makes it to come and go
repeatedly between two points. The Pan function can
be cancelled by pressing “Pan” again.
Setup: Select it either to designate an arbitrary location
to the PRESET number or to enter the internal menu
screen of the PTZ camera.
Pattern: This function remembers manual operations
such as PAN, TILT, ZOOM, and FOCUS and plays
back as it remembers.
Delete: This function allows you to delete information
on the location of PTZ, which is set to PRESET No.
1 to PRESET No. 20 once you press “Delete” while
pressing “Setup”.
PTZ MODEL
Samsung
Menu
Pan
Pattern
Delete
Setup
P/T SPEED
ZOOM SPEED
PRESET
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
Run
MODE SELECT
Cursor Mode
List
OK
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Press the Enter( ) button to set the PRESET after
moving the cursor on the “Setup”.
If the mode is changed to the “P/T Mode” by pressing
the “Cursor Mode”, it will be switched into the PTZ
position manipulation mode.
Move the PTZ camera to a desired position by using the
direction () buttons and TELE/WIDE button on
the front panel.
keyboard Dialog
PRESET 1
Back
Shift
OK
Cancel
You can escape from the PTZ position manipulation
mode if you switch to the “Cursor Mode” by pressing “
P/T Mode”.
Enter a PRESET number to remember the current
location of PTZ into the PRESET number. Then, press
the Enter( ) button. (PRESET numbers can be set to
1 to 20.)
You can escape from the PRESET setup mode by
pressing the “Setup” again.
Camera menu setup
If you press the SEARCH( ) button in the single screen
PTZ device control mode, the PTZ menu setup window
appears.
If you press “Menu” after pressing the “Setup”, the
menu screen provided by the PTZ camera is displayed.
Through this menu, you can set various functions of the
PTZ camera.
Preset Name Settings
** MAIN MENU V2.0 **
CAMERA...
VIDEO SET...
PRESET...
AUTO SET...
OTHER SET...
Preset Name
Preset
Name
Preset
1
PRESET 1
2
PRESET 2
3
PRESET 3
4
PRESET 4
5
PRESET 5
6
PRESET 6
7
PRESET 7
8
PRESET 8
9
PRESET 9
10
PRESET 10
Prev
Next
Name
OK
Cancel
You can set the name of each PRESET.
Press the Enter( ) button. Then, a virtual keyboard will
appear. Move the cursor to select letters. You can enter
up to 10 letters. Press “Shift” to change lowercase and
numbers to uppercase and special keys respectively.
06 PTZ camera control
Press “Prev” to display from PRESET 1 to PRESET
10 and press “Next” to display from PRESET 11 to
PRESET 20.
You can move to the built-in PTZ menu or set the value
by using the direction () buttons on the front
panel.
Press the MENU button on the front panel to exit from
the built-in camera menu.
PTZ MODEL
Samsung
Menu
Pan
Pattern
Delete
Setup
P/T SPEED
ZOOM SPEED
PRESET
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
Run
MODE SELECT
Cursor Mode
List
OK
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recording
Rec(normal recording)
All video image from the channels never recorded will
be recorded by pressing the REC button. At this time,
the REC LED lights and the record icon appears on the
screen. The HDD LED on the front panel blinks while
data are saved on the HDD.
If the job (such as time change, file deletion,

HDD format, or HDD connect/release) needing
to stop recording is executed, the current
recording job is halted.
Record schedule
The scheduled recording job will be automatically
executed while the “Recording Schedule” function
is selected from the recording schedule menu. If the
recording schedule function is not set, recording will not
be done during the time. The recording icon appears
during the scheduled recording time. The HDD LED on
the front panel blinks while data are saved on the HDD.
The event recording function is performed only

if the event recording function is set from the
recording schedule setup menu. If the job (such
as time change, file deletion, HDD format, or
HDD connect/release) needing to stop recording
is executed, the current recording job is halted.
Event recording
Alarm Detection

The Alarm In (sensor) operation mode has to be set to
N.O (Normally Open) or N.C (Normally Close) from the
alarm section of the event recording menu.
Motion Detection

The motion detection region of the event recording
menu has to be set.
Event Record

It sets the form saved when an event has occurred.
If the job (such as time change, file deletion,

HDD format, or HDD connect/release) needing
to stop recording is executed, the current
recording job is halted.
Recording Schedule
00 02 04 06 08 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24
Continuous
Motion
Alarm In
REC Option
00-01
M:A
00-24
M:A
Apply All
OK
When an event occurs during the time that an event
recording is set, the automatic recording function is
performed. In this case, the event recording setup of the
corresponding channel will be saved within the event
recording mode setup sub-item (Quality, Frame, Pre
Event, Post Event, Video Size) of the event recording
menu item.
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search and play
User login
Press the SEARCH button in order to enter the search
screen.
You can move to the recorded date by using the
calendar.
If you press the ( ) icon to select the desired date for
search, the calendar window appears.
Search Login
User ID
ADMIN
Date
Password
Date
OK
Move/Control
Cancel
Select
Exit
In order to perform a search, the user with a relevant
search right has to be logged on. You may log on as a
relevant user by entering the user ID and password.
(When this product is shipped, the password of the
‘ADMIN’ user account will be set to ‘4321’.)
Search screen
The details of the search screen are as follows:
Search
Date
2007-03-26 14:08:03
00 02 04 06 08 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24
1 CAM 01
2 CAM 02
3 CAM 03
4 CAM 04
Continuous
Motion
Play
2007-03-21 14:08:03
2007-03-21
Alarm In
Live
Hour
14
Min
8
Sec
3
OK
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User Login
Search date & time
selection
Cancel
( ): Moves to the previous month.
( ): Moves to the following month.
When setting the search time, move the cursor to the
Hour, Min and Sec items and press the Enter( )
button. Then, change the hour/minute/second by using
the  or  button. Escape from the change mode by
pressing the Enter( ) button again.
The date recorded with a video data is shown in orange.
If you press the Enter( ) button after moving the
cursor on the date to be searched, the search date is
selected.
If you press “OK” after selecting a search date, the
screen returns the previous screen.
Date Color
Orange
Blue
Green
Red
Description
Date that a video data was recorded
Date that a video data was not
recorded
Date that a search date was selected
Date for the holidays
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Search channel
selection & recording
graph
Playback
If you press “Play” after selecting the channel and date
to be searched, the video is played.
Search
2007-03-26 14:08:03
Date
00 02 04 06 08 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24
1 CAM 01
2 CAM 02
3 CAM 03
4 CAM 04
Continuous
Motion
Play
Alarm In
Live
Channel Selection

You can select the channel to be searched. After
pressing the CH1 to CH4 buttons on the front panel or
moving the cursor to the channel to be searched, the
channel can be selected by pressing the Enter( )
button.
Recording Graph

The recording amount of each channel is shown on the
Timeline graph.
The search time can be set by moving the timeline bar
to the left or right.
(
): Moves the timeline bar to the left.
(
): Moves the timeline bar to the right.
Graph Color
Green
Orange
Blue
Description
Continuous Recording
Motion Recording
Alarm In Recording
During Live mode instant playback can be started by
pressing the Play/Pause (
)button. Once pressed
the DVR will instantly playback recorded data 2 minutes
prior to the button activation.
In order to stop playing, press the Stop button(
And if the data position reaches to the end, the play
stops and it becomes the pause state.
).
In order to return to the search screen while playing a
video, press the SEARCH button.
Because the system does not play a video

in the menu state even after the Play/Pause
button (
) is pressed, you need to exit
from the menu first to play the video.
Fast Play

If you press the left or right button (
/
)
while in playing, you can see the screen in the reverse
or forward direction with the 2-times speed, 4-times
speed, 8-times speed, 16-times speed or 32-times
speed.
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Viewing One Scene at a Time

If you press the left or right button(
/
)
while the screen is paused, you can see still images
forwardly or reversely. During reverse search, the
interval between cuts may vary depending on the
recording specification.
Audio On/Off

You can turn On/Off the play channel audio by
pressing the AUDIO button from the play screen.
Play Screen Mode

Playback Area
Live Area
08 search and play
9 Split Screen:
If the MODE button is pressed from the 4 split screen,
the 9 split screen appears. The 4 channels being
played are displayed on the upper right end of the
screen and the live 4 channels are displayed on the
lower left end of the screen.
4 Split Screen:
If you select two or more channels from the search
screen, the 4 split screen appears.
Single Screen:
Only single screen can be selected when a single
channel is chosen in the search menu.
If multiple channels are selected in the search menu
than the use select between channels in single screen
mode using to CH1 ~ CH4 buttons.
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appendix
Net I
When the address type is Static IP

Net I Setup tool
When the address type is URL

The Setup Tool screen consists of four separate areas:
1. MENU area:
You can see and perform the Setup-related functions.
2. TOOLBAR area:
You can directly perform any of Live Viewer and Search
Viewer applications by clicking the icon. Click the icon
with the PLUS sign to add a new device. To delete an
existing device, click the icon with the MINUS sign.
3. VIEW TREE area:
You can see and configure the view trees such as
Logical View Tree, Physical View Tree, and System
View Tree.
4. CONFIGURATION area:
You can define the name, description, and the related
settings of each entity, and see the settings.
When the address type is Samsung DDNS

To manually register a device
1. Select Action > Create > Device > Add Device, or
right-click in the VIEW TREE area and select Create >
Device. You can also use the Add
) in the TOOLBAR area and select
Device button (
Device(Manual).
2. Set the values for vendor name, model name, and
address type.
3. According to the model name or address type value,
the displayed items are different.
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When the address type is S1 DDNS

When the configuration completes, the registered device
is displayed on the physical view tree.
If any registration problem occurs, it is displayed on
the reply message box. The possible errors are like the
following:
Reply message
Unused Device
Parameter Error
Network Error
Wrong Address
When a DVR is selected

Wrong User ID
Wrong Password
Log-In Fail
Access Conflicted
Exceed the Fixed
Number of People
Authority Error
Can’t Receive Device’s
Response
MAC Address
Conflicted
IP Address Conflicted
Unknown Error
4. Input the values for each address type.
09 appendix
Disconnected
Not Connected
Comments
It is a unknown device.
The registered parameters
are wrong.
The device is disconnected.
The device is not listed on
the network.
The network is not in good
status.
The device has a wrong
address.
The input user ID is wrong.
The input password is
wrong.
The log-on operation has
failed.
Access conflict has
happened.
Accessed users are out of
limit.
User authorization has
failed.
The system cannot receive
responses from the device.
Duplicate MAC addresses
exist.
Duplicate IPs exist.
A unknown error has
occurred.
5. Enter the user ID and password and click Register.
If Cancel is selected, the values return to the

original settings.
When the MAC address needs to be input

depending on the firmware version, the MAC
address is required to be input.
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It is set on the phygical view tree. You can see and
modify the registered device.
Viewing the device-related settings
The device-related settings can be accessed by selecting
Show Device Page after right-clicking on a device in
the VIEW TREE area.
The device-related settings that have been configured
in each device site are displayed here. For furthermore
information, refer to each device manual.
To modify the registered device
1. Select View > Physical, or click the second icon tab
on the VIEW TREE area.
2. Select the device you want to modify and click
Modify.
3. Modify the values for items and click Modify. (Vendor
Name, Model Name and MAC Address are not
available to modify).
Net I Live Viewer
If Cancel is selected, the values return to the

previous settings.
The Live Viewer screen consists of six separate areas:
1. MENU area:
You can see and perform the functions in various
menus.
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2. TOOLBAR area:
You can directly execute several functions or
applications.
When listed from left to right, the tools are Connect/
Disconnect, Search Viewer, Setup Tool, Save
Snapshot, Print Snapshot, Add a Bookmark, Remove
the Selected Tile, Start Recording on All Tiles, Stop
Recording on All Tiles, and Alarm Indicator.
Using layouts
09 appendix
3. CAMERA TREE area:
You can see the logical view tree, which displays the
assigned cameras, layouts, and sites.
4. CAMERA CONTROLS area:
Using the controls, you can handle the videos
displayed in the VIEWING area.
5. VIEWING area:
Through the tiles in a layout, you can monitor images
from multiple cameras. A layout can permit up to 16
cameras simultaneously in this area. With a dualscreen
configuration, you can view maximum 32 cameras.
The screen aspect ratio of each tile follows the ratio of
the original source.
6. MESSAGE area:
Events received from remote devices and system log
messages are displayed in this areas.
The CAMERA TREE area displays the logical view tree,
which contains the cameras, layouts, and sites that have
been created through the Setup Tool application.
Each displayed entity shows a number next to the
entity name. The number is used to separate tiles in the
VIEWING area. When a tile is active, it is displayed in
orange.
But you can also enable or disable the display of
four areas (CAMERA TREE, CAMERA CONTROLS,
MESSAGE, TOOLBAR areas) using the options on View
menu.
For instance, once the Camera Tree Window is
unchecked, the CAMERA TREE area will disappear.
Using the Full Screen function, you can expand the
application window size to full screen.
To place multiple layouts in the VIEWING area,
doubleclick each layout in the CAMERA TREE area. Or
you can drag the wanted layout in the CAMERA TREE
area and drop it in the VIEWING area.
The created layouts have no predefined patterns.
You have to assign patterns to each layout according to
the assigned number of cameras and maps. The default
layout pattern is given a 2 x 2 pattern.
Audio may become unstable depending on the

bandwidth usage when transferring audio data
over a network in Net I.
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For furthermore information, refer to Net I

manual.
Device Firmware Update
To update device firmware
Net I Search Viewer
The Search Viewer screen consists of five separate
areas:
1. MENU area:
You can see and perform the functions in various
menus.
2. TOOLBAR area:
You can directly execute several functions or tools.
When listed from left to right, the tools are Connect,
Live Viewer, Setup Tool, Pattern, Digital Zoom, and
Remove Selected.
1. Select Action > Device Firmware Update,
or right-click in the VIEW TREE area and select Device
Firmware Update.
2. Device is displayed when you select the Vendor
Name and the Model Name you want to update.
3. Check the select box for updating the device.
4. Click FindFile (
) button and select Firmware file.
5. To update the device, Click Update.
When more than two devices is selected for

updating, the update is executed in sequence.
After the update is done, Status displays OK.
While updating, the other functions are not

available.
3. QUERY GENERATOR area:
You can set the condition for query. It includes four
different tabs such as Camera Search and Event
Search.
4. VIEWING area:
You can monitor the videos recorded by multiple
cameras. A layout can permit up to 16 cameras
simultaneously in this area.
5. QUERY RESULT LIST and SYSTEM LOG area:
Queried results and system log are displayed here.
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Before use
Setup menu buttons
09 appendix
By pressing buttons, you can select between each

menu.
The main categories : Resource, Recording, Event,

Network, System
Storage/Cancel of Changed Information
RESOURCE
Camera
You can set up brightness, contrast, hue, about each
cameras. How you choose camera number select
camera number in left side of server view.
OK: Close the windows and saves, any changed

information.
Cancel: Close the windows and not saving changed

information.
Apply: Dose not close the windows and saves the

changed information.
Virtual Keyboard
Click
to operate Virtual Keyboard.

Click buttons by mouse to input in information.

1. Camera :
Select channel to setup camera.
Language Setting
2. Enable:
setting camera enable or not.
3. Covert Channel:
It is a function of camera picture hide. It is useful for
user to conceal camera recording .
Click Language Setting to change language applied

to the system.
Select language which you want to change, and then

Click OK.
When you watch a screen in remote area. A

user who is authorized ‘Covert Channel’ can
see a screen.
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4. Name:
Input the name of site which camera is installed.
Recording
5. Brightness/Contrast/Hue :
Change the setting for the brightness, contrast, hue.
Recording setup
Recording information (Recording Frame rate, Quality,
Resolution, Event Record Frame rate) can be set up by
time and by recording type.
6. Default:
Make initial setting of brightness, contrast, hue.
7. Apply to:
To selected channel setting value can be applied to all
or just selected channels.
8. Picture:
It shows picture which you select.
Please check adjustment of camera and

monitor because Brightness/Contrast/Hue can
not use for change a picture.
PTZ
You can control PTZ or Speed dome which is connected
DVR system or external device. To use this device, install
RS485 to external device, then set up this device.
1. Frame:
It can adjust frame number of normal recording.
2. Quality:
It can adjust recording quality.
3. Resolution:
It can adjust recording display size.
4. Event Record Frame:
It can adjust the number of record frame when “Alarm
In” or “Motion” happen.
The normal record if frame rate should be set

less or equal to the event recording frame rate.
1. Camera:
Displays the setup camera channel.
2. Model:
Displays the setup PTZ or the model of the speed
dome.
3. BPS:
Displays the setup PTZ transferring speed.
4. Address:
Displays the PTZ address.
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Event
Recording Schedule
This function allows you to setup a recording schedule
for the DVR by each camera per hour.
Motion Detection
This Motion Detection uses connected with recording,
alarm, emergency when motion is detected.
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1. Schedule Timeline:
You can set a variety of recording mode on time of
each cameras. After you select recording mode,
designate scope by dragging mouse.
2. Recording Mode:
It shows a variety of recording type. Select recording
type and drag it to schedule line.
Continuous: Records continuously.
Motion: Recording only when motion is detected on
screen.
Alarm In: Recording only when Alarm In is activated.
1. Camera:
Select channel to setup camera.
2. Motion Detection Area:
Designate scope of motion detection area to see
movement of picture in camera. It will be marked green
color.
Motion detection scope designation: Click mouse
left button to designate the area of motion detection
Motion detection scope cancellation: Click mouse
right button to cancel the area of motion detection .
3. Sensitivity:
it can set up detection level about motion detection
area.
4. Use Beep:
It makes beef when movement is found in motion
detection area .
5. Linked Camera:
Select camera which will connect with motion detection
type camera. If motion detection type camera detect
any movement, it will record with selected camera.
6. Linked Alarm Out:
Select alarm out to connect with camera which is set
up motion detection.
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Alarm In
Alarm In recognize emergency in outer area and use with
recording, alarm, PTZ control.
1. Obtain an IP Address Automatically (DHCP):
Dynamic address assignment is a type of receiving
address from DHCP. DVR which receive address
automatically from DHCP server displays network
address in system.
2. Obtain DNS Server Address Automatically:
Displays IP address to main DNS server and assistant
DNS server.
Please contact network administer or internet

service provider if you don’t know ip address or
network structure.
Stream Control
Set the network stream control for all cameras by frame
rate, resolution and quality.
1. Alarm In:
Select channel to setup Alarm In.
2. Linked camera:
Select camera which is linked with Alarm In. It records
connected camera together when event occurs.
3. Linked Alarm Out:
You can set up emergency sound make when alarm in
make event.
Network
Connection
This DVR displays the network component informations
to provide video streaming function and remote control in
network.
1. Camera:
It shows each camera number.
2. Frame:
Control the frame rate which is transferred by each
camera across the network.
3. Resolution:
Set the resolution size to be transferred by each
camera across the network.
4. Quality:
Set the quality of picture to be transferred by each
camera across the network.
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System
SDB Viewer
Date/Time
Displays the current date and time of the DVR system.
Select Date/time set up and save current date and time
by NTP server.
Running SDB Viewer
Save the backup media in the format of SDB on the PC
where the Viewer application will run.
Double-click the ‘SDBViewer’ folder.
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1. Date/Time Setup:
You can set up current date and time by use of .
Date/Time:
You can select current time by hands or get current
time from NTP server.
And you can adjust current time which received from
NTP server to system.
Click
button to receive current
time, and click
button to adjust system.
Double-click ‘viewer.exe’ to run the Viewer application.
Time Zone: After you select current time, click
button.
2. Time Server:
Input address of server “NTP (Network Time Server)
” At first. Input NPT server address and click
button, then NTP server will be added. If you want to
delete NTP address, select NTP server will be deleted,
then click
button.
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Main Window of SDB Viewer
6
9
10
14
3
2
16
4
14
1
15
5
12
1
Scrolling Camera Buttons:
This function allows you to scroll up or down
the button for the camera to be searched.
2
Camera:
Select the number of the camera to be
searched.
Once you click the number, the colors of
the button and camera number will change.
3
Zooming out Time Display and Graphs:
Displays the time of the data storage.
Click the time to check the graphs in detail
by zooming out the hour interval in three
steps.
4
Display of Storage Amount:
This function enables recording types and
storage amount by hour to be displayed in
graphs.
If data are saved in continuous recording,
graphs will be displayed in maroon.
If data are saved in motion recording,
graphs will be displayed in blue.
If data are saved in sensor recording,
graphs will be displayed in orange. If data
are saved in a pre-alarm, graphs will be
displayed in green. If not, any graph will not
be displayed.
13
7
8
11
17
5
Search Bar:
This function enables the time zone of the
data being searched to be displayed.
Move the search bar to the left or right to
search the saved data in the desired time
zone.
6
Split Window Setup:
If you click
, the Split button will be
displayed. The split mode of the search
window automatically changes and
the 4/9/16 split window is played back
depending on the number of selected
cameras.
7
SKIP:
The searched images are displayed on the
monitor as many as the setting.
The setting value is not the number of
images shown on the window but an
internal differential value of the SDB Viewer
program.
8
SPEED:
This is a time delayed to display a searched
image on the monitor.
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9
Zoom ( ):
This function enables saved images to be
zoomed out or in. It supports zooming out
images in five steps.
Digital Zoom:
Click the Digital Zoom button sequentially to
switch to [Zoom out/Zoom in/Transfer].
10
Zoom in( ):
Right-click a part of the zoomed-out image
to zoom in the image step by step centering
on the part.
Click
button in search mode.
Then, the “Audio Playback” window will
appear as shown in the figure below.
Unselect the ‘Enable’ checkbox from the
‘Audio Playback’ option to disable audio
playback. Select the ‘Enable’ checkbox to
enable audio playback.
Drag the volume slider upward to turn
up the audio, or drag the volume slider
downward to turn down the audio.
Move( ):
Right-click and drag a part of the zoomedout image to view another part of the
zoomed-out image.
11
Playing back Search Window:
Set the camera number and time and date
to be searched before playing back the
search window.
Adjust search speed by using the values of
SKIP and DELAY to play back the search
window efficiently.
15
Improving the Image Quality of the
Search Window:
You can improve the quality of a selected
image during search.
16
Search Sheet:
Click the
button to search the backup
data. Then, the window will appear as
shown in the figure below:
Select the name of the backup model. Then,
select the backup data you want to search
from the list and click the ‘Search’ button.
17
Exit:
This button allows you to exit the dedicated
viewer program.
:M
oves to the first data on the selected date.
: Plays back each window in the reverse direction.
: Plays back in the reverse direction
: Stops
: Plays back in the forward direction.
: Plays back each window in the forward direction.
: Moves to the last data on the selected date.
12
Backup( ):
Select and zoom out the desired image
while searching saved data from the search
window and click . Then, the ‘Backup’
window will appear.
13
Print( ):
Click button to print out the searched
image. Printing cannot be performed until
one window is zoomed out during search.
14
Voice Playback Setting:
Zoom out and select an image of the
camera where audio is saved in search
mode to play back voice as well as images.
(Voice is not played back on the multichannel search mode window.)
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Zoom Out( ):
Right-click a part of the image to zoom out
the image step by step centering on the
part. This function supports zooming out
images in 13 steps.
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SFX player
WEB VIEWER
SFX Player Execution
INTRODUCING Web Viewer
This feature moves SFX backup files to the designated
SFX storage folder after the system is connected to
your PC. The SFX format files are named with the ‘.exe’
extension as shown below.
WHAT IS Web Viewer?
Web Viewer allows remote access to your DVRs. You
have access to live video, archived video, PTZ control (if
configured), etc.
Double-click an execution file (.exe file) and the video
player plays back the backup data.
PRODUCT FEATURES
Remote access from a standard browser

Supports PTZ camera controls

Supports 1, 4, 8, 16 camera viewing formats

(maximum of 16 cameras in the list).
Gets JPEG format images to print and save to “

Print or Save JPEG format images”.
Record
video in AVI format—compatible with

popular media players. (needed the Divx codec)
If you use the SFX Player, a backup data file and

a video player are saved in the same execution
file. When the execution files are used, you
don’t need additional video player for playback.
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SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
The following lists the minimum suggested
hardware and operating system requirements
needed to run the Web Viewer.
Web
Browser
Internet Explorer 6.0.2900.2180 or
higher
CPU
Intel Pentium 4 with 2 GHz
processor
MEMORY
1. O
pen your web browser and type the IP
address or URL of DVR into the URL address
box.
The basic URL of the DVR is as following in
case of MAC address :
 If the MAC address is 00-0c-8c-ab-cdef, domain will be shown as “habcdef.
websamsung.net”. The "abcdef" of the
domain indicates last 6 digits of the
MAC address and the “h” is a code for
identifying the DVR(SHR-5042/5040).
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OS
Windows XP Professional
Windows 2000
Windows Vista Home Basic /
Premium
CONNECTING WEB VIEWER
512 MB
Monitor
High Color 16-bit
1024 x 768
HDD
50 MB(Installation space required)
* Additional HDD space required
for recording. Recorded file size will
vary depending on recording quality
settings.
2. F
or Administrator, type “ADMIN”, and then
type the password that DVR is set up to.
Non admin users have to add the User ID and
the Password at “System → User Manager”
menu.
• It allows simultaneous access to DVR by up
to 4 users, including Admin privilege user and
user privilege users.
• The factory default password for Administrator
privileges is “4321.”
•Y
ou can change the password and permissions
for Administrator and User privileges in “System
→ User Manager“ menu.
SAMSUNG DVR
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3. Click “Install ActiveX Control…”
7. Installation is complete. Now you can see the
main screen of Live Viewer.
4. Click “Install”.
5. Click “Install”.
6. Y ou may have “Windows Security Alert”
that attempts to block this with the Windows
Firewall. In that case, click “Unblock” to start
Web Viewer.
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USING Live Viewer
2
1
3
4
5
7
9
09 appendix
6
8
The Live Viewer screen consists of following :
1 This displays the IP address and the model
name of the connected DVR.
2 T hese menus consist of LIVE, SEARCH,
SETUP, ABOUT.
3 These buttons are used for the screen split
and full screen mode.
4 This displays the IP address and the status
of the connecting DVR.
5 These buttons are used for sequence and
changing the screen channel.
6 These buttons are used for capture, print,
and save the image.
7 These buttons display the current channel.
8 T hese buttons are used for PTZ related
functions.
9 T his displays the screen for connected
camera with DVR.
• The resolution is at 1024 x 768 pixels.
• The initial screen split mode is according to the
channel numbers of the connected DVR. You
can change the screen split mode by clicking
buttons for splitting screen.
• Non-admin users do not have access to
SEARCH and SETUP menu.
• If you use Net I and Web Viewer simultaneously
in Windows Vista, Web Viewer will be shut
down abnormally. Select “Run as administrator”
when running Internet Explorer.
OSD INFORMATION DISPLAY
2
1
REC
3
4
5
6
1 T
he channel number, video size, and IP
address of the connected DVR are displayed.
2 If the video data of the current channel is
being recorded on your PC, “REC” appears
on the screen.
3 T
he current date and time of the DVR are
displayed.
4 A
larm icon appears when alarm is issued.
It disappears when pressed the ALRAM
button of the DVR.
5 M
otion icon appears when motion is
detected. It disappears when pressed the
ALRAM button of the DVR.
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6 It displays whether the PTZ controls are
active.
If you have set PTZ cameras for the DVR, “PTZ”
is displayed on the screen. Select a PTZ camera
channel and use the PTZ button for camera
control.
SPLIT-SCREEN
QUAD MODE
• Click
NINE MODE
button.
button.
The screen displays the selected camera
connected to the DVR in “QUAD MODE”.
• Click
button.
The screen displays the selected camera
connected to the DVR in “FULL SCREEN
MODE”. To back to the previous mode, press
the ESC key.
This displays the IP address and the status of the
connecting DVR.
SIXTEEN MODE
The screen displays the selected camera
connected to the DVR in “SINGLE MODE”.
• Click
• Click
CONNECTED DVR
You can change the split mode by clicking each number
icon.
SINGLE MODE
FULL SCREEN MODE
button.
• Connection failure message
No Response : Appears when the DVR does
not respond.
Wrong ID : Appears when the input ID is
wrong.
Wrong Password : Appears when the input
password is wrong.
Wrong Port Number : Appears when the port
number is wrong.
Collision : Appears when Admin mode is already
in use or simultaneous access to the same DVR
from the PC.
User Full : Appears when the maximum number
of users is exceeded.
• The numbers of simultaneous connection are
3 which includes the users for SmartViewer.
The screen displays the selected camera
connected to the DVR in “NINE MODE”.
• Click
button.
The screen displays the selected camera
connected to the DVR in “SIXTEEN MODE”.
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CHANGING THE LIVE SCREEN
MODE
• If 16-channel DVR is connected, clicking
“NEXT” in QUAD MODE is to change the
screen as shown in the picture.
(CH1 to CH4)
(CH5 to CH8)
(CH9 to CH12)
(CH13 to CH16)
SAVING THE LIVE SCREEN ON
THE PC
09 appendix
16-channel DVR
•C
APTURE: Captures the current picture on the screen
and saves it as a jpg or bmp image file.
• SE
QUENCE: When this button is clicked, screens are
switched at a preset interval.
In SINGLE MODE, the channel numbers are
sequentially switched from 1 to 16.
In QUAD MODE, the screens are changed like 1st
4 channels (1~4)  2nd 4 channels(5~8)  3rd 4
channels(9~12)  4th 4 channels (13~16).
In NINE MODE, the screens are changed from 9
channels (1~9) to 7 channels (10~16).
In SIXTEEN MODE, the screen refreshes at the preset
interval
Preset interval (10 seconds)
• PREVIOUS: When this button is clicked, previous
screen follows.
In SINGLE MODE, the channel numbers are switched
in reverse order.
In QUAD MODE, the screens are changed like 1st
4 channels (1~4)  2nd 4 channels (13~16)  3rd
4 channels (9~12)  4th 4 channels (5~8).
In NINE MODE, the screens are changed from 9
channels (1~9) to 7 channels (10~16).
In SIXTEEN MODE, the screen is refreshed.
• The default saving path is “C:\Program Files\
Samsung\Dvr Web Viewer\SnapShot\Live”. To
change the saving path, click “SAVE PATH”
button(
) and then select the path you
want. For Windows Vista, the saving path is “C:\
users\(user ID)\AppData\LocalLow\Samsung\
DVR Web Viewer\Snapshot\” and it cannot be
modified.
• The file is automatically named as following:
“IP address_Port number_YYMMDD_camera
number_index” Ex) 192.168.130.12_554_200
70615_101530_01_00
• PRINT
: Prints the live screen that is now being
displayed.It also prints IP address, time, camera
number, and current event state.
• NEXT: When this button is clicked, next screen follows.
In SINGLE MODE, the channel numbers are
sequentially switched from 1 to 16.
In QUAD MODE, the screens are changed like 1st
4 channels (1~4)  2nd 4 channels (5~8)  3rd 4
channels (9~12)  4th 4 channels (13~16).
In NINE MODE, the screens are changed from 9
channels (1~9) to 7 channels (10~16).
In SIXTEEN MODE, the screen is refreshed.
• RE
CORD: Saves the current image on the screen and
saves it as a avi video file.
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USING PTZ CAMERA
• To record it, it is required at least 1GB of available space.
• The default saving path is “C:\Program Files\
Samsung\Dvr Web Viewer\VideoClip\Live”. To
change the saving path, click “SAVE PATH”
button(
) and then select the path you
want. For Windows Vista, the saving path is
“C:\users\(user ID)\AppData\LocalLow\Samsung\DVR Web Viewer\VideoClip\” and it cannot be modified.
• The file is automatically named as following:
“IP address_Port number_YYMMDD_camera
number_index” Ex) 192.168.130.12_554_200
70615_101530_01_00
• For AVI Save, you need the DivX codec for
playing saved files. You can download the free
version of the Divx codec at
http://sourceforge.net/projects/ffdshow/.
CHANGING THE LIVE SCREEN
CHANNEL
Each number indicates the screen positions in Web
Viewer.
• Blue numbers : Indicates that the current channel is
connected to a camera.
• Gray numbers : Indicates that the current channel is not
connected to any camera.
Click the direction buttons to control the camera.
Click the + or - buttons to zoom in or out the image
displayed.
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MENU: Appears the camera menu screen.
PRESET: Moves the lens direction to a preset direction.
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• When a DVR is using the PTZ camera controls,
Web Viewer cannot control the PTZ camera.
• The PTZ camera controls can be used by the
admin user.
• The Camera Menu Setup function is available
only supported cameras.
• All function of PTZ is same as one of DVR.
• Power pan/tilt function operates only with
supported cameras. (Example: Samsung
SCC-6475)
• Drag down to zoom in or drag up to zoom out
by power pan/tilt function.
1. If you click PRESET, the camera moves to the preset
position.
2. You can delete the selected preset or all presets.
3. You can save the new preset number and name.
You can save the preset up to 20.
AUTOPAN: Moves the camera lens direction between 2
points set for the camera.
SCAN: Moves the camera lens direction between 2
preset points of the camera.
PATTERN: You can set camera various movement
patterns such as zoom, move, etc. so that a camera
automatically moves according to the pattern.
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USING Search Viewer
2
1
3
4
5
6
9
7
8
The Search Viewer screen consists of following:
1 This displays the IP address and the model
name of the connected DVR.
• SEQUENCE, PREVIOUS, NEXT buttons
are not available in SEARCH menu.
• Non-admin users do not have access to
SEARCH and SETUP menu.
2 T hese menus consist of LIVE, SEARCH,
SETUP, ABOUT.
3 These buttons are used for the screen split
and full screen mode.
4 This displays the IP address and the status
of the connected DVR.
5 These buttons are used for capture, print,
and save the image.
SPLIT-SCREEN
You can change the split mode by clicking each number
icon.
6 This displays a calendar at which you can
search the recorded video.
7 T his displays a timeline at which you can
search the recorded video by the time.
SINGLE MODE
QUAD MODE
8 T hese buttons are used for controlling
playback.
9 T his displays the screen for playback of
recorded video.
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• Connection failure message
No Response : Appears when the DVR does
not respond.
Wrong ID : Appears when the input ID is
wrong.
Wrong Password : Appears when the input
password is wrong.
Wrong Port Number : Appears when the port
number is wrong.
Collision : Appears when Admin mode is
already in use or simultaneous access to the
same DVR from the PC.
User Full : Appears when the maximum number
of users is exceeded.
• The numbers of simultaneous connection are
3 which includes the users for SmartViewer.
SAVING THE LIVE SCREEN ON
THE PC
• CAPTURE: Captures the current picture on the screen
• Click
button.
and saves it as a jpg or bmp image file.
The screen displays the selected camera
connected to the DVR in “SINGLE MODE”.
• Click
button.
The screen displays the selected camera
connected to the DVR in “QUAD MODE”.
• Only SINGLE and QUAD MODE are available
in SEARCH menu.
• When 16-channel DVR is connected, you can
select the channels ranging from 1 to 16.
CONNECTED DVR
This displays the IP address and the status of the
connecting DVR.
• The default saving path is “C:\Program Files\
Samsung\Dvr Web Viewer\SnapShot\Search”.
To change the saving path, click “SAVE PATH”
button(
) and then select the path you
want. For Windows Vista, the saving path is
“C:\users\(user ID)\AppData\LocalLow\Samsung\DVR Web Viewer\Snapshot\” and it
cannot be modified.
• The file is automatically named as following:
“IP address_Port number_YYMMDD_camera
number_index” Ex) 192.168.130.12_554_200
70615_101453_01_00
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• PRINT: Prints the playback screen that is now being
displayed. It also prints IP address, time, camera
number, and current event state.
SEARCHING THE RECORDED
VIDEO IN THE CALENDAR
• RECORD: If you select a channel and click this button
during playback (only play), the video data is saved in
a DVR file. (It is saved in the designated folder on your
PC.) To stop recording, click this button again.
• To record it, it is required at least 1GB of available space.
• The default saving path is “C:\Program Files\
Samsung\Dvr Web Viewer\VideoClip\Search”.
To change the saving path, click “SAVE PATH”
button(
) and then select the path you
want. For Windows Vista, the saving path is
“C:\users\(user ID)\AppData\LocalLow\Samsung\DVR Web Viewer\VideoClip\” and it cannot be modified.
• The file is automatically named as following:
“IP address_Port number_YYMMDD_camera
number_index” Ex) 192.168.130.12_554_200
70615_101530_01_00
• For AVI save, you need the DivX codec for
playing saved files. You can download the free
version of the Divx codec at
http://sourceforge.net/projects/ffdshow/.
If the video data has been recorded on a date,
the date is distinguished in green. If you click the
date, the recorded video information is displayed
in the time line.
When you click “TODAY”, it is changed to today’s
date.
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SEARCHING THE RECORDED
VIDEO IN THE TIMELINE
CONTROLLING PLAYBACK
09 appendix
1
It displays the recorded video data status on the
DVR after a date is selected. The normal mode
displays the time ranging from 0 to 24 Hours
while the extension mode displays the time every
2 hours.
[Normal Mode]
5
2
6
3
7
4
8
9
1 Fast Backward: Reverse-plays faster(2x).
• If you click
button, it changes to the
extension mode.
2 Reverse Play: Performs Reverse Play.
• Each time line represents 1 hour.
3 Play: Performs playback.
[Extension Mode]
• If you click
mode.
button, it changes to the normal
• Each time line represents 5 minutes.
• The channels are ranging from CH01 to CH16.
4 Fast Forward: Plays faster(2x).
5 G
o to First: Moves the beginning time of
recorded video in the time line.
6 S
tep Backward: Performs one step reverseplay by one frame.
7 Stop: Stops playing.
8 S
tep Forward: Performs one step forward by
one frame.
9 G
o to Last: Moves the last time of recorded
video in the time line.
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Pop-up menu
Pop-up Menu
You can use this menu by pressing mouse-right button.
Items shown on the pop-up menu are identical with buttons at system’s front panel. The benefit of this menu is that user can
operate DVR system by simply using mouse.
1
8
No.
2
9
3
10
11
4
5
6
12
13
Names
7
14
15
16
Features
1
Search button
It starts search mode.
2
Menu button
It switches system to setup mode.
Users can use this menu to move from lower level menu to upper level menu
or when they exit from system setup mode.
Split Screen
Select button
Live Mode
Search Mode
Select button
Search Mode
4
Audio Setup
button
It sets Audio On/Off.
5
Alarm button
It releases Alarm when Alarm occurs.
6
Search/Return
button
It switches to initial search screen during playing video images.
7
Zoom button
It magnifies digital image up to 200%.
8
PTZ button
Perform the TELE, WIDE, PRESET or VIEW function when selecting the PTZ
button.
9
ZOOM TLLE
It provides Zoom-In feature at PTZ mode.
10
ZOOM WIDE
It provides Zoom-Out feature at PTZ mode.
11
PTZ Setup
menu
It displays PTZ Setup screen at PTZ mode.
12
REC button
It records video images from all the camera channels regardless of recording
schedule.
3
13
It displays four small screens, PIP screen, and Screen
Switch screens.
It displays four or nine small screens.
Backup Cancel
It cancels backup process.
button
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No.
Names
Features
This button controls PTZ directions at PTZ mode.
If user press Enter button, the pop-up menu will disappear.
14
Direction button
15
FREEZE button It executes Freeze feature at Live screen.
Fast Reverse: It performs a search in reverse direction quickly while playing
the video.
Step Reverse: It performs frame-by-frame search in reverse direction while
video is paused.
Fast/Step
Forward
Fast Forward: It performs a search in forward direction quickly while playing
the video.
Step Forward: It performs frame-by-frame search in forward direction while
video is paused.
Play/Pause
It toggles between Play and Pause operation while playing a video.
Stop
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16
Fast/Step
Reverse
It terminates Search operation while playing the video.
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Specifications
Category
SHR-5040
OS
Embedded Linux (Version : 2.6.0)
Compression
Method
Video
Video
MPEG-4 ASP
Audio
ADPCM
Input
Composite 4 channel(1Vp-p, 750hm)
Output
Audio
Display
CVBS 1 Port, VGA 1 Port, S-VIDEO, SPOT 1 Port, Loop Through Out 4 channel
4 Channel Recording/1channel Output
Standard
NTSC(120fps)/PAL(100fps)
Resolution
NTSC : 704x480, 352x240/PAL : 704x576, 352x288
Live
Recording
SHR-5042
Single, 4 Split, PIP, Sequence, Freeze, 2x Zoom
Playback
Single, 4 Split, 9 Split(Live/Playback)
Standard
NTSC(Max 120fps)/PAL(Max 100fps)
Resolution
NTSC : 704x480, 704x240, 352x240
PAL : 704x576, 704x288, 352x288
Type
Alarm In/Alarm Out
REC Mode, Event, Schedule(Countinuous, Motion, Alarm In)
4 Ports/2 Ports
PTZ
RS-485
HDD
HDD x 2
HDD x 1
None
Supported (Samsung TS-H292c)
2 Ports
2 Ports
CD-RW
USB (Version : 2. 0)
USB Mouse
Supported
Remote S/W
Supported
Network
Backup
Dimension
Static IP, DHCP, ADSL(PPPoE)
Media
USB
Type
SDB, SFX, AVI
CD-RW, USB
215(W) x 352(D) x 88(H)
Weight
4.0 Kg
Power
AC 100-240V, 50/60Hz, 59W (Model : ADP-5412VE)
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Outline drawings
21.5
10.5
10.5
8.5
35.2
1.2
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21.5
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Troubleshootings(FAQ)
PROBLEM
SOLUTION
Can’t turn ON the power of system
Check if the computer’s power cables are all connected properly.

Check the input voltage.

If you can’t find any wrong connection, but you still can’t turn on the

power, you have to consult service center or technisions.
Power is turned ON, but all you can see is a
blue screen.
Check if the monitor’s power cables are all connected properly.

Check if the monitor’s power button is pressed ON.

Check if the output data cable of SHR-5040/5042 system is properly

connected to the monitor.
Disconnect the power cable and connect it.

If you choose VGA mode for video output, you have to wait about

1 minute before you can see surveillance screen on your monitor.
Camera numbers are displayed on the
screen, but can’t see any visual transferred
from camera.
Check if the output data cable from cameras are properly connected

to SHR-5040/5042 system.
Check if the cameras’ power cables are all connected properly.

Check the cable connections between camera and SHR-5040/5042.

If video signals are sent to multiple systems, sometimes video splitter

generates weak video signal, so monitor displays nothing. In this
case, connect the camera directly to the center system to avoid this
problem.
Turn OFF and ON the SHR-5040/5042 system.

Video images are displayed, but I can’t
record these.
Check if you have set Recording Method at Record Setting. If it is
set to ‘NONE’, you have to set it correctly.
Turn OFF/ON the SHR-5040/5042 system.
Can’t find recorded images.
Check graphs to see if video images were recorded at the time zone
you want to find video images.
If no video images were recorded at the time zone, check the setup
screen to find if recording method is properly set.
Can’t hear audio outputs.
Check if the cameras’ Audio Save Option is set properly.
Check if Audio Play Option is selected already at Search Screen.
Check if microphone and speaker are properly connected the rear
side of SHR-5040/5042 system.
Check if the connected microphone input is working properly.
Check if the connected speaker output is working properly.
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SOLUTION
Some cameras show video images in weird
color or in abnormal shape.
Check the cameras connected to the system. Swich the camera
that displays defected images with the other camera that displays
images correctly, and then you can check which camera is not
working properly or whether SHR-5040/5042 system is defected.
You can swich cameras by simply switching camera numbers on the
screen.
Check camera types. Countries around the world use different video
broadcasting standards such as PAL, NTSC, or SECAM. However
each standard is incompatible with the other in terms of video image
transmission method and consequently video image processing
methods. In this case, video images will be displayed, but not
in recognizable shape. Check the video image types sent from
connected cameras and image processing method set in [System
Menu] are identical.
Displayed video signals has a lot of noises.
Check the video outputs from camera. Swich the camera that
displays defected images with the other camera that displays
images correctly, and then you can check which camera is not
working properly or whether SHR-5040/5042 system is defected.
You can swich cameras by simply switching camera numbers on the
screen.
Check the cable connections between camera and SHR-5040/5042.
Check if these cables are shorted, mixed or disconnected.
Check the surroundings of cable connections between camera
and SHR-5040/5042. Check if there is any high-voltage power line
around the cable connections. If there is any high-voltage power line
nearby the cable connections, it might degrade video image quality
or causes noises.
Check the cable connections between camera and SHR-5040/5042.
Check if the cables are right for transferring video signals. If you have
used power cables for video image transmission, it can cause noises
at displayed video images.
Sometimes system is rebooted without any
cause.
If SHR-5040/5042 is not working properly, or there is any
Connected sensors are not working
properly.
Check the sensor types set in Camera Setup menu are identical with
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PROBLEM
malfunction, the embedded self diagnosis feature might cause the
system to reboot.
the sensors actually connected to the system.
Check if the system’s sensors are enabled at [Recording Setup]-
[Recording Schedule] menu.
Check if the connected sensors are correctly connected to power
source.
Check if the connected sensors’ signal lines are correctly connected.
Connected control devices are not working
properly.
Check if the connected control devices are enabled at Camera
Setup menu.
Check if the connected control devices are correctly connected to
power source.
Check if the signal lines of the connected control devices are
correctly connected.
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Open source license report on the product
This product uses software provided under the name of GPL and LGPL. You can receive the following GPL
and LGPL source codes by email request to www.sec.co.kr.
GPL Software

Kernel, Busybox, Sysvinit, dvd+rw-tools, cdrtools, dosfstools
LGPL Software

gLibc, Inetutils
GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE
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Copyright (C) 1989, 1991 Free Software
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51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA
02110-1301, USA
Everyone is permitted to copy and distribute
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By contrast, the GNU General Public License is
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are intended to guarantee your freedom to share
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