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Introduction
Thank you for purchasing the SVR-1660.
This is a user manual for SVR-1660. Before product installation and operation, please become
thoroughly familiar with this user manual and other manuals referenced by this manual.
This user manual and the software and hardware described here are protected by the copyright
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and reprinting the user manual, either partially or in its entirety, or translating it into another
language without the consent of Samsung Techwin, Inc. is prohibited.
This specification may be changed without prior notice for improvement of product performance.
Product warranty and limits of responsibility
The manufacturer does not assume any other responsibility concerning the sale of this product
and does not delegate any right to a third party to take any responsibility on its behalf. Product
warranty does not cover cases of accidents, negligence, alteration, misuse or abuse. In addition,
no warranty is offered for any attachments or parts not supplied by the manufacturer.
The warranty period for this product will be for 2 years from the date of purchase. The following
cases are not covered by the warranty and payment is required for repairs.
Malfunction due to negligence in handling by the user
Deliberate disassembly and replacement by the user
Connection of a power source other than a properly rated power source
Malfunction caused by natural disasters (fire, flood, tidal wave, etc.)
Replacement of expendable parts(HDD, FAN, etc.)
※ Warranty period of HDD and Fan is one year after purchase.
Warranty only refers to the warranty covering products that have been paid for.
After expiration of the warranty period (2 years), examination and repair will be provided for a
fee. Even during the warranty period, repair and examination of items outside the preceding
warranty scope will require a payment.
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This product is not for exclusive use of crime prevention but for assistance unit such as a fire or
theft. Therefore, we never take any responsibility for the damage from any incident.
Various experience and technical is needed for installation of this product and individual
installation might cause fire, electric shock, and defect. Any installation job should be performed
by agency you purchased this product.
This manual is made by firmware version 1.0.0 basis.
Content of this manual can differ by Firmware or Software upgrade, and standard and
appearance of product is changeable partly without prior notice to users.
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Contents
Chapter 1. Safety Cautions ........................................................... 8
1.1 Symbols displayed for each item ......................................................................................... 8
Chapter 2. Summary.....................................................................11
2.1
Features ........................................................................................................................ 11
Chapter 3. Product Description .................................................. 14
3.1
Front part....................................................................................................................... 14
3.2
Rear Part ....................................................................................................................... 15
3.3
OSD MENU structure .................................................................................................... 17
3.4
Function Menu .............................................................................................................. 17
3.5
Factory default setting................................................................................................... 18
Chapter 4. Monitoring.................................................................. 24
4.1
Basic Screen view ....................................................................................................... 24
4.2
Single image view in full screen .................................................................................... 24
4.3
Multi Screen view .......................................................................................................... 24
4.4
User Sequence view ..................................................................................................... 24
4.4.1
Basic System mode ............................................................................................... 25
4.4.2
User Sequence mode ............................................................................................ 25
4.5
Event Screen view ........................................................................................................ 26
4.6
Enlarged Screen view ................................................................................................... 27
4.7
Pause Live screen ........................................................................................................ 27
4.8
PTZ Control ................................................................................................................. 27
4.8.1
Pan/Tilt Control ...................................................................................................... 27
4.8.2
Zoom/Focus Control .............................................................................................. 28
4.8.3
Load Preset application ......................................................................................... 28
4.8.4
Save Preset application ......................................................................................... 28
4.8.5
Auxiliary On application ......................................................................................... 28
4.8.6
Auxiliary Off application ......................................................................................... 28
4.9 Screen Lock Control .......................................................................................................... 28
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4.10 Application of SPOT monitor............................................................................................ 29
Chapter 5. Playback .................................................................... 30
5.1
Various Playback mode ................................................................................................ 30
5.1.1
Basic Screen Playback (9 division screen) ........................................................... 30
5.1.2
Various Playback functions .................................................................................... 30
5.2 SEARCH mode .................................................................................................................. 31
5.2.1
Time Search........................................................................................................... 31
5.2.2
Calendar Search .................................................................................................... 32
5.2.3
Event Search ......................................................................................................... 32
5.2.4
Thumbnail Search.................................................................................................. 33
5.3 Copy................................................................................................................................... 34
5.3.1
CD/DVD Copy........................................................................................................ 34
5.3.2
RE4 ........................................................................................................................ 35
5.3.3
AVI ......................................................................................................................... 37
Chapter 6. Configuration............................................................. 38
6.1 Record Setup ..................................................................................................................... 38
6.2 Time Setup (System Time) ................................................................................................ 38
6.2.1
Method of Time Setup............................................................................................ 39
6.3 Camera Setup .................................................................................................................... 40
6.3.1
Method of Camera Setup ...................................................................................... 41
6.4 Quick Record Setup (Quick Setup) ................................................................................... 42
6.4.1
Method of Quick Record Setup ............................................................................. 43
6.5 Schedule Recording .......................................................................................................... 43
6.5.1
All Setup ................................................................................................................ 43
6.5.2
Setup by Channel .................................................................................................. 44
6.6 Event Recording ................................................................................................................ 45
6.6.1
Event Source Setup ............................................................................................... 45
6.6.2 All Event Record Setup ............................................................................................... 47
6.6.3 Manual Recording Setup ............................................................................................ 48
6.7 Audio & Other Setup (Audio Recording) ............................................................................ 49
6.7.1 Audio Setup ................................................................................................................. 49
6.7.2 Audio Mix ..................................................................................................................... 50
6.7.3 Record No Video ......................................................................................................... 50
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6.8 Monitor Setup .................................................................................................................... 50
6.9 Event Setup ....................................................................................................................... 52
6.9.1 Event ........................................................................................................................... 52
6.9.2 Text .............................................................................................................................. 54
6.9.3 D-I/O ............................................................................................................................ 55
6.9.4 Event Action ................................................................................................................ 56
6.9.5 Network ....................................................................................................................... 57
6.9.6 xDSL............................................................................................................................ 58
6.9.7 DDNS .......................................................................................................................... 59
DDNS Registration .................................................................................................................. 59
DDNS Registration procedure ................................................................................................. 59
6.9.8 NTP ............................................................................................................................. 63
6.9.9 Serial ........................................................................................................................... 64
6.10 System Setup .................................................................................................................. 65
6.10.1 Setup ......................................................................................................................... 65
6.10.2 Disk Setup ................................................................................................................. 67
6.10.3 Security ..................................................................................................................... 69
6.10.4 Time Schedule .......................................................................................................... 69
6.10.5 Special Time .............................................................................................................. 70
6.11 Exit ................................................................................................................................... 71
Chapter 7. Web Viewer ................................................................ 73
7.1 LOGIN ................................................................................................................................ 73
7.2 Connection User setup ...................................................................................................... 74
7.3 Usable Browser ................................................................................................................. 75
7.4 Monitor ............................................................................................................................... 75
7.4.1
Screen division & Image location change ............................................................. 76
7.4.2
Moving Playback.................................................................................................... 76
7.4.3
Channel On/Off ...................................................................................................... 77
7.4.4
Sensor indication ................................................................................................... 77
7.4.5
Relay operation...................................................................................................... 77
7.4.6
Microphone use ..................................................................................................... 78
7.4.7
Event Data ............................................................................................................. 78
7.4.8
Image Recording & Image Storage ....................................................................... 78
7.4.9
PTZ Use ................................................................................................................. 79
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7.4.10
Audio Use .............................................................................................................. 80
7.4.11
Image Channel Close ............................................................................................ 80
7.5 Playback ............................................................................................................................ 81
7.5.1
Screen Division & Channel Change ...................................................................... 81
7.5.2
Image Recording ................................................................................................... 81
7.5.3
Print........................................................................................................................ 82
7.5.4
Web Monitor move ................................................................................................. 82
7.5.5
Channel On/Off ...................................................................................................... 82
7.5.6
Recording period & Recording size check............................................................. 82
7.5.7
Calendar Search .................................................................................................... 83
7.5.8
Function button at image below............................................................................. 83
Compatible HDD List ................................................................... 84
Compatible Media List................................................................. 84
Specification ................................................................................ 84
Trouble Shooting ......................................................................... 86
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Chapter 1. Safety Cautions
1.1 Symbols displayed for each item
Warning
Refers to information users need to know in order to prevent serious injury or
death.
Before installation
Verify the supplied voltage (AC100V~AC240V) before connecting the power supply.
Make sure the power supply is off before installation.
Do not install in a very humid environment. Doing so may cause an electric shock or
fire.
Make sure ground line is connected to reduce electric shock risk.
During operation
Do not open the product cover except qualified personnel or system installer.
Opening the product cover may cause an electric shock.
Do not plug multiple appliances into one power outlet. Doing so may cause fire.
Do not place dishes containing water or heavy objects on the product. Doing so may
cause a malfunction.
Do not use in areas containing inflammable materials like propane gas and gasoline
or in areas that generate dust. Doing so may cause an explosion or fire.
Do not touch the power line with a wet hand. Doing so may cause an electric shock.
Do not insert a hand into the opening of the DVD. Doing so may cause an injury.
Make sure conduction materials do not enter the cooling ventilator opening.
Do not apply excessive force when pulling on the power cord. Damaging the cord
may cause an electric shock or fire.
Random replacement of built-in battery by other types of batteries may cause
explosion.
The battery shall be replaced by the same battery.
The used batteries shall be disposed carefully because they can cause environment
pollutions.
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Dismantling and cleaning
Do not dismantle, repair or modify the product deliberately. Doing so may cause a
damage, an electric shock or an injury.
Do not use water, thinner or organic solvent for cleaning the product exterior. Doing
so may cause a malfunction or an electric shock. Use a dry cloth to clean the
exterior.
Caution
Provides information users need to know in order to prevent minor injury or
product damage.
During installation
To get adequate ventilation, install the product with at least 15cm of space between
the cooling ventilation opening and a wall.
To prevent falling, install the product in a flat area . Dropping the product may cause
an injury or a malfunction.
Avoid areas exposed to sun light or heat since they may cause deformation or a
malfunction.
If a camera is installed while the DVR is recording, image in another channel may be
disrupted. Start the storage after installing the camera is recommended.
During use
Make sure the product is not exposed to shocks or shaking when using the product
or during moving.
Do not move the product while it is in operation, and apply strong shocks to the
product or throw the product.
If hard disk drives other than those recommended are used additionally, abnormal
operation may occur. Inquire at the point of purchase of the product before installing
such a hard disk drive.
Product warranty will not cover deliberate additional use of such hard disk drives.
This product is a supplementary rather than primary means for preventing fire and
theft. Our company is not responsible for incidence of incident or damage that may
occur.
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FCC Compliance Statement
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A
digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a
commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential
area is likely to cause harmful interference in which cause the user will be required to
correct the interference at his own expense.
Correct Disposal of This Product
(Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment)
(Applicable in the European Union and other European countries wi
th 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 recyc
le it responsibly to promote the sustainable reuse of material resour
ces. Household users should contact either the retailer where they purchased this produ
ct, or their local government office, for details of where and how they can take this ite
m for environmentally safe recycling. Business users should contact their supplier and c
heck the terms and conditions of the purchase contract. This product should not be mix
ed with other commercial wastes for disposal.
Samsung Techwin cares for the environment at all product
manufacturing stages to preserve the environment, and is taking
a number of steps to provide customers with more environmentfriendly products. The Eco mark represents Samsung Techwin s
will to create environment-friendly products, and indicates that
the product satisfies the EU RoHS Directive.
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Chapter 2. Summary
This unit is digital recording device that record the digitalized image input from 9channels
to built-in hard disk and can playback.
When it set functions, it can easily setup through operating mouse & button at front.
Samsung SVR-1660 are digital image recording devices used to Bank, Apartment, Public
offices, and are the independent product that system performance & safety are ensured.
Because it saves to Hard disk instead of video tape, it can save high quality image when
recording repeatedly. And it is useful for data searching because it can save and
playback image data to digital file format. Also, as high quality image in real-time, large
capacity recording device and digital product focus on users, these provide various
functions such as Record/Playback/Copy functions simultaneously, Movement Detection,
PTZ(Pan, Tilt, Zoom) control function, Password setup, real-time Audio data recording,
maximum 10,000 event lists & log file saving etc.
2.1
Features
Monitoring Screen
It supports high quality live images and various monitoring screens.
Real time MPEG-4 images( 480 frames )
Various surveillance screen mode : Single, 4, 9, 10, 16divisions
User Sequence(AUTO)
Support various monitor output [2 Composite (including 1 Spot), 1 VGA]
Pan/Tilt, Digital Zoom, PIP(Picture view inside Picture)
Audio Recording
This supports real time audio input and recording function.
Simultaneous recording of 16 channels audio input in real time
Input : 16channels(4 RCA in rear, 12 D-SUB), Output : 1 in rear
Recording and Playback simutaneously
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Video Recording
It can record image high quality MPEG-4 real time image into max. 480 frames per second
and max. 5 seconds at pre-event. Also, it protects privacy through COVERT (Hiding image)
function.
High quality MPEG-4 realtime image recording
4 steps recording resolution setup for the control of recording capacity
Multi recording function for manual event & schedule event
Sumultaneous operation for Recording/Playback/Copy/Network
Each setup for each channel recording resolution & motion detection range
Record setup (352x240 base) till max. 480 frame per a second
Manuel & schedule recording function
Video Loss detection function
Record Event(Sensor, D-I/O, Video loss, Motion detection, Text) list
Max. 5 seconds video recording function at pre event per each channel
Search/Playback
It supports various convenient functions to search and playback.
Playback by Time, Date, Channel
Increase convenient Search using mouse
Forward/Backward Search of Pause screen
Playback by Event(Sensor, Video loss, Motion detectin, Text) list
Ease Search using Remote control/Jog-shuttle
Digital Zoom Playback screen(Digital Zoom)
Recording Device
It provides built-in HDD basically, and DVD-R, CD-R, USB memory can be used for
recording according to users.
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Basic supply item : Built-in Hard disk
Various Copy device support : DVD-R, CD-R, USB memory
Refer to the appendix on the back of the manual regarding the type of
compatible media
Hard disk expansion device(External recording device) : SVS-5E (Option as
exclusive device)
Network
It supports various networks like LAN, xDSL and can operate and manage main functions of
product through exclusive PC viewer remotely.
Transmission E-mail through TCP/IP, DHCP when event occured
Live video monitoring remotely (Selectable whole or 4 divisions screen)
PC Playback, Recording, Search & DVR control functions through
network viewer
Support Record, Search & Playback by time remotely
Support 10/100Mbps Ethernet/xDSL
Multiple DVR connection
Others
GUI structure for the convenience of users and mouse support
Easy firmware upgrading using USB memory
Recorded image copy function through USB terminal
Support PTZ control (SPEED DOME), PRESET function
Multilingual support : Korean, English, Italian, Spanish, Japanese etc.
Controllable 16 DVRs conveniently through 1 Remote control
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Chapter 3. Product Description
3.1
Front part
No.
1
2
Classification
Function
DVD-Multi
It uses when Copy recorded images through DVD/CD
for Copy
media.
Channel LED
It shows the status of image input and event action.
JOG can adjust set value in menu and control STEP
3
JOG/SHUTTLE
function. And moving item between menus, Playback
direction/Speed up & down, PTZ control is possible by
Shuttle.
REC lamp
It indicates whether it records.
HDD lamp
It indicates whether HDD works.
NETWORK lamp
It indicates whether network is connected.
EVENT lamp
It indicates whether event is detected.
COPY lamp
It indicates whether Copy works.
PLAY lamp
It indicates whether status of Play action.
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Power button
It is On/Off power.
6
REC button
It starts or stops manual recording.
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Channel button
Select Channel at Live image and Playback image.
8
MULTI
Change DIVISION from live & playback mode.
9
AUTO
It works and stops User Sequence.
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PTZ
Starts or ends PTZ function.
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MONITOR
Select basic monitor & spot monitor.
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MENU
Enter into Menu.
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SEARCH
Enter into Search mode.
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COPY
Enter into Copy mode.
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FUNC
Enter into Function mode.
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ESC button
Use this when it step out from Menu or close pop-up
window.
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PLAY/ENTER
Enter into Playback mode or select Menu.
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◀/REW
It moves & selects from menu, or changes rewinding
playback speed from Playback mode.
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▶/FFW
Move or select this from menu, or change forwarding
playback speed from Playback mode.
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▲/PAUSE
Move and select from menu, or Pause live image or
playback image.
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▼/STOP
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USB1, USB2
3.2
Rear Part
No.
Stop Playback in Playback mode.
It is connection terminal for external devices (Mouse,
USB memory stick).
Input/Output terminal
Function
name
1
POWER IN
Socket for AC100V~AC240V power code
2
GROUND
Ground terminal between DVR and external device.
3
CH1~16
Connection terminal for BNC input of camera
4
LOOP OUT
Connection terminal for BNC output(Loop) of camera
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No.
Input/Output terminal
Function
name
5
MONITOR
BNC connection terminal for Monitor output
6
SPOT
BNC connection terminal for Spot monitor out
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AUDIO IN(RCA)
RCA connection terminal for Audio input
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AUDIO OUT
Speaker output terminal
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ETHERNET
Network connection terminal (RJ-45)
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eSATA
Connection terminal for external eSATA HDD or HDD
for Copy
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VGA OUTPUT
Output port to connect PC monitor
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RS-232C
RS-232C terminal
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RS-485
Connection terminal for expandable controller,
Speed dome camera
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RELAY OUT
Relay out terminal
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SENSOR IN
External sensor input terminal
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AUDIO IN(D-SUB)
Audio out D-SUB connection terminal
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D-I/O
DIGITAL IN/OUT connection terminal
Refer to detailed description for installation & the use from “Install Manual”.
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3.3
OSD MENU structure
Menu structure is same as below picture and for each configuration method per Menu, please, refer
to the explanation from chapter 4 to chapter 6.
3.4
Function Menu
Function menu lets mouse to control all of the product function and operation.
When using each function, please, click Icon by left button of mouse.
And all functions of Function menu are available in the front function button, either.
Function menu structure is same as following
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3.5
Factory default setting
To make the product factory default setup, execute according to following order.
System configuration->System->configuration.
If pressing “Enter” button after selecting default configuration, system will be initialized.
If window pops up showing the message “Warning, system will be initialized. Factory default”, selects
“Yes” and press Enter button for Factory default.
Factory Default
Quick Setup
Schedule
No Rec.
Recording
Speed
1/0.75fps
Quality
Q1
Resolution
CIF
Time
UTC 00:00 Dublin
Off
MM/DD/YYYY
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Current Time
Language
English
Channel Number
Ch1
Title
Cam 1
Activity
On
Color
Color
AGC
Enable
Brightness
0
Contrast
0
Screen Setup
Screen
PTZ
Monitor
PTZ Home
Off
PTZ Idle Time
5
PTZ Port
None
Address
0
Monitor Number
Monitor
Switch to Event
Off
Screen
Covert Channel
All Uncheck
User Sequence
All Not Set
SEQ. Dwell Time
5Sec
Multi Mode
4E
Ch1,3,5,7
VGA Mode
800x600@56Hz
Info Level
Uncheck remote controller ID
Audio Channel
Ch1
Recording
Off
Gain
0
Record Setup
Record
Sync
Video
Ch1
Channel
Manual
Audio Mix
Mix On
Record No Video
Off
Channel Number
All
Macro
Not Use.
Speed
1/0.75fps
Quality
Q1
Resolution
CIF
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Schedule
Event
Pre Event
1
Post Event
1
Channel Number
All
Schedule
Full Time
Macro
No Rec.
Speed
1/0.75fps
Quality
Q1
Resolution
CIF
Special Time
No Rec.
Event Recording
Off
Channel Number
Type
Sensor
Off
MD
Off
Text
Off
Macro
Standard
Speed
8fps
Quality
Q3
Resolution
CIF
Pre Event
1
Post Event
5
Sensor
All, N.O
MD
All
Event Setup
Event
Text
D-I/O
Sensitivity
1
Area
Set All
Recording
Off
Sync Text With
Ch1
Device
Manual
Seek Header
Off
Header 1
Header1
Header 2
Header2
Delimiter
0D0A
Timeout(ms)
1000
Lines
20
Select D-I/O
Output
Output Type
Sensor
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Event Action
Select Action
R1
Action Duration
10
Action Source
Full Time, Uncheck All
Event
Acton
in
Full Time, Disable
Special Time
Preset
System Event
Channel Number
Ch1
Preset
Sensor1,
System
Not Set
Event
Uncheck All
Event
Uncheck All
Source
System
Method
Communication
Network
Type
Ethernet
DHCP
Off
IP addr
Current IP
Net Mask
Current NM
Gateway
Current GW
DNS1
0.0.0.0
Additional DNS
0.0.0.0
Port
4000
Band
Width
0.0
Limit(Mbps)
xDSL
DDNS
NTP
User ID
guest
Password
*****
Status
xDSL not connected
Interval
Off
Server
www.samsungipolis.com
ID
None
Password
None
Status
Not registered
Sync With NTP
Off
NTP Mode
Client
NTP Server Loc.
Public
NTP Local Server
0.0.0.0
IP
Interval
1(Hour)
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Serial
Serial Number
Com1
Device
None
Interface
RS232
Baud Rate
9600
Parity Bit
None
Stop Bit
1
Data Bit
8
Remote
Off
System Setup
System
Controller ID
DVR ID
1
DVR Alias
DVR0
Playback
On
Deinterlace
Language
English
Firmware Update
>>
Load/Save
>>
Configuration
Disk
Default
>>
System Log
>>
Repeat
On
Record
Mode
Security
Time Schedule
Warning Lever
45(%)
Block Playback
No Block
Disk Manager
>>
Disk Status
>>
User Password
Off
Password
****
Re-Enter
****
Admin Password
Off
Password
****
Re-Enter
****
Remote Setup
Enable
Remote Relay
Enable
Weekday Start
Mon
Weekday End
Fri
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Special Time
Day Start
09:00
Day End
18:00
Zone 1
00:00 – 00:00
Zone 2
00:00 – 00:00
Zone 3
00:00 – 00:00
Zone 4
00:00 – 00:00
Exception Days
>>
Save
>>
Do not save
>>
Save
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Chapter 4. Monitoring
If power on to DVR only, analog image of all channels connected to monitor mode appear on
screen.
This is to utilize all monitoring mode of DVR.
4.1
Basic Screen view
-
If Power connects, DVR is on automatically.
-
All LED is On/Off in order and is booting.
-
After booting, basic 16 divisions monitor screen
appears.
※ If user’s password is set, password input window
appears.
4.2
Single image view in full
screen
-
Press channel button wants to see or click left
mouse.
-
Press [MULTI] button or click left mouse once
again to move to division screen again.
4.3
-
Multi Screen view
To see several channels simultaneously, it press [MULTI] button or click division mode
wants to see by executing Display menu among Function menu.
-
It changes to 4A, 4B, 4C, 4E, 9A, 9B, 10A, 16 division screen modes whenever pressing
[MULTI] button.
4.4
User Sequence view
User Sequence mode is set by pressing [AUTO] button
at front after setup from 1 to 9 from
User Sequence setup or set up channels wants to see partly, or click Auto menu of Function
menu. It stops by pressing [AUTO]
or click Auto menu of Function menu again.
When User Sequence is not set, pressing [AUTO] button does not operate
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Sequence.
4.4.1 Basic System mode
-
If it uses [AUTO] button
, it can setup sequence channels to view automatically.
-
Press [MENU] button
to set up sequence period. When using mouse, press menu
button at Function menu.
-
Move to “Screen Setup” from OSD menu.
-
Move to “Monitor” under “Screen Setup”, and press [ENTER] button or click left mouse.
-
Select “SEQ. Dwell Time” and set wanted value from 1 to 16 seconds. When it sets to
‘Off’, user sequence view does not operate.
-
User Sequence mode is usable by pressing [AUTO] button from every division mode.
-
Press [AUTO] button once again to exit from User Sequence mode.
4.4.2 User Sequence mode
-
Press [AUTO] button. When using mouse, press Auto button
-
User Sequence sets the item of User Sequence Conf. from “Monitor” of OSD menu.
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1. User mode can define maximum 16 users.
2. Above example picture is defined 6 sequences and shows in order to Single
screen (1) All screen(9DIV) 4 division screen(4A) Single screen(5) Single screen (6) 4 division screen (4B).
4.5
Event Screen view
-
In case of Event, it can sets relevant screen to Pop-up automatically.
-
Setup period of relevant Pop-up sets relevant time from “Switch to Event Screen” under
“Monitor” menu.
-
When Event occurred at several channel simultaneously, division channel as many
channels as related appears. For example, if event occurs to 3 channels together, the
images appear to 4 division screen automatically. Press one of any channel button among
pop-up image to return to original screen.
1. If it sets Switch to Event Screen to Off, Event pop-up function does not work.
2. If it sets Switch to Event Screen to Keep, it shows screen popped up until
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Pressing any button and returns to Previous screen by pressing any button.
4.6
Enlarged Screen view
When pressing [FUNC] at single image full screen mode and select [D-ZOOM]
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, it can
view enlarged image by selecting +button and Enter button or click left mouse button.
In case of selecting [D-ZOOM]
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, default of enlarged screen location is the center. It can
move enlarged screen location to 18 steps left/right and 12steps upper/lower.
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Use direction key to move screen.
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Select button and press Enter button, or press left mouse button to return original screen.
4.7
Pause Live screen
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It can pause live screen like Playback.
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Press [PAUSE] for Pause live screen, and press [PAUSE] button again to return to live
screen.
4.8
PTZ Control
It connects PTZ controller to DVR, and it can control PTZ while
viewing image in real time if it sets relevant protocol to “Serial Setup”
menu.
To execute PTZ, press PTZ button from front function button and
select PTZ function through Func button.
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Move to the channel wants to control.
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Press PTZ button
or click PTZ button from Function menu
using mouse.
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PTZ menu (Pan/Tilt, Zoom/Focus, Load Preset, Save Preset)
appears
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After selecting wanted menu among them, click [ENTER] using mouse.
4.8.1 Pan/Tilt Control
This menu is used when it utilize Pan & Tilt from real time monitoring mode.
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Select Pan/Tilt from PTZ mode.
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It can utilize Pan using left/right direction key at front part and click left/right on screen, Tilt
using Up/down direction key or click up/down on screen.
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4.8.2 Zoom/Focus Control
This menu used to utilize Zoom & Focus functions from real time monitoring mode.
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Select Zoom/Focus from PTZ mode.
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It utilizes for Zoom & Focus functions through direction key at front part or mouse wheel.
4.8.3 Load Preset application
This menu is used when it moves to Preset location from real time monitoring mode.
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Select Preset number using up/down button or mouse wheel.
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If Preset is set, select Load and press Enter button or click mouse.
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4.8.4 Save Preset application
This menu used when it sets Preset location from real time monitoring mode.
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Control camera location using ‘Pan/Tilt’ and ‘Zoom/Focus’ menu.
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Select Preset number using up/down button or mouse wheel.
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If Preset is set, select Save and press Enter button or mouse click.
4.8.5 Auxiliary On application
This menu used when it uses special function of PTZ device from real time monitoring mode.
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Set Aux number using up/down direction key or mouse wheel.
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Select On, and press Enter button or mouse click
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(Total 16 Aux functions are available.)
4.8.6 Auxiliary Off application
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Set Aux number using up/down direction key or mouse wheel.
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Select Off, and press Enter button or mouse click
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This menu used when it stops working special function of PTZ device.
4.9 Screen Lock Control
This function is to prevent control or setup from any user who has no right.
To use this function, it needs to set “User Password” first. (It needs to set Admin Password to set
User Password)
If it press [ESC] button more than 3 seconds, “Screen Locked” message is loaded at lower
screen and Lock mode works. When “User Password” sets to Off, “Enable user password first”
message is loaded on screen.
In case of Lock mode, any button does not work. And it must be released to operate any
function button.
Whatever any button is pressed at Lock mode, it loads window asking User Password. And
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Load mode is released through input of relevant Password.
4.10 Application of SPOT monitor
Basic monitor is used for all functions of DVR like Menu setup, Live images (16 divisions) and
Playback, and Spot monitor can be used for two functions of Single channel live image and
Event pop-up image.
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Chapter 5. Playback
5.1
Various Playback mode
5.1.1 Basic Screen Playback (9 division screen)
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Press [PLAY] button from monitoring mode or click Play button
from Function menu
using mouse.
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If it press [PLAY, >] button and [FWD] button for changing speed, it playback image
forwarding in 1x speed set first.
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If it presses [REW] to change speed, it plays rewinding in a speed set first.
When doing playback by 9 chs, possible playback Frame per second is 2 fps
(displays only I Frame). Therefore, total Frame per second for 9 chs to playback
is 18 fps and for 1 ch, 30 fps as many as its max recording performance.
Press Playback button from Monitor division mode to play back recording image
in 9 divisions.
5.1.2 Various Playback functions
PLAY
: Playback in 1 speed. When using mouse, click Play button
from
Function menu.
It playback multi image always through pressing [PLAY] button from
monitor mode. Also, when Playback by pressing [PLAY] button, it
playback recording image from the time user played recently.
PAUSE
: It pause Playback. When using mouse, press Pause button
from
Function button.
STOP
: Stop Playback. When using mouse, press Stop button
from
Function button.
FWD
: Whenever pressing button, playback speed is changed. (x2, x4, x8,
x16, x32, x64, x2, x4 ~~). At Live, press [FWD] button to Play recorded
images in a minute ago from present live time. It changes Play speed
Function through
REW
button.
: It changes Playback speed in reverse whenever pressing a button.
(x2, x4, x8, x16, x32, x64, x2, x4~~)
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At Live screen, it Reverse Play recording image from the time of last
recorded area by pressing REW button. It also changes the speed by
pressing
at Function menu.
: While Play, it plays forward by a frame of image if it press [FWD]
STEP FORWARD
button at the stage of pressing Pause button. It returns to normal
Playback again by pressing [PLAY] button.
STEP REWIND
: While Play, it play in reverse by a frame if it press [REW] button at the
stage of pressing Pause button. It returns to normal Playback again by
pressing [PLAY] button.
1/2 REWIND
: Play forward in 1/2 speed by pressing
button at Function menu.
: Play reverse in 1/2 speed by pressing
button at Function menu.
1/2 FORWARD
5.2 SEARCH mode
This is menu to playback data in specific time through searching Time or Log.
There are Time, Calendar, Event and Thumbnail in Search mode.
Press Search button in Front part or click
button in Function menu to enter into Search
mode.
5.2.1 Time Search
Input Data & Time to search, and playback image moves to searched date & time by selecting
Search.
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Start-REC Time
: It indicates Date & Time starts recording first.
End-REC Time
: It indicates Date & Time of recording the most recent.
Search Time
: Select Date & Time wants to search from starting time to present time
of Recording.
Search Button
: Search the image of time input.
5.2.2 Calendar Search
It can use more easily search the wanted point using calendar.
Year
: It selects the year to search. It can change the year using wheel of
mouse.
Month
: It can select the month to search and change the month using wheel
of mouse.
Selecting Date
: Press Enter button by moving to the date for searching through the
calendar. When using mouse, it can select date and search time base
using wheel.
Selecting Time
: Among the time period that image recorded, it starts Play through
Enter button after selecting the time period wants.
5.2.3 Event Search
It can appoint specific period and divide to all channels, some channels, All, MD, Sensor to
search. When using button at front, it can change Date/Time using up/down button. And when
using mouse, it can set the part wants to change through rolling wheel. Selected result is shown
to Event Search window in separate list. It can playback relevant date, Time by pressing Enter
button after selecting searched list or rolling wheel.
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Start-REC Time
: It indicates Date & Time starts recording first.
End-REC Time
: It indicates Date & Time of recording the most recent.
Search
: Input starting date & time to search. Move the parts to setup using
Start Time
direction button and press Enter to change the value. When using
mouse, click the part to change and change the value using the wheel.
Search End Time
: Input ending date & time to search. Move the parts to setup using
direction button and press Enter to change the value using up/down
button. When using mouse, click the part wants to change and change
the value using the wheel.
Event Channel
: Select channel wants to search.
It can select All, Ch1 ~ Ch 9
Event Type
: Select Event type wants to search.
It can select All, MD, Sensor, V-Loss, Text
5.2.4 Thumbnail Search
It appoints specific time through up/down button at front or mouse wheel and searches specific
channel in regular interval. Searched result is shown in thumbnail type. It selects searched
thumbnail to move relevant date, time and play it.
Channel
: It selects the channel wants to search. After selecting, it can change
the value using up/down key or change it through mouse wheel.
Start Time
: Input the starting date & time wants to search. After moving to the
location to change using left/right key and press Enter, it can change
the value through up/down key or mouse wheel.
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Interval
: It divides into regular base for searching and indicates result. It can
change through up/down button or mouse wheel.
Image view
: If user pushes “Search” button, 16 images per second will be
displayed based on the start time.
If user wants to return to search mode, please use “Func” button or
mouse wheel.
Image Selection
: Click searched image through Thumbnail search and start Play from
the time selects. It can Play relevant image through Enter button or
mouse click.
5.3 Copy
This menu is to Copy recorded image. There are DVD, RE4, and AVI in Copy type.
The way to execute copy menu is to push the [copy] button on the front and click
menu.
5.3.1 CD/DVD Copy
Using CD & DVD, it can detect CD & DVD for Copy and calculation Copy capacity automatically.
Type
: Select DVD using up/down key or mouse wheel. After pressing Enter,
it can change using up/down key or mouse wheel.
Channel
: Among 16 channels, it can select a part or all channels. Select the
location of Channel and select it using Enter button or mouse wheel.
From
: It appoints starting date & time wants to. It can set up using up/down
button at front or mouse wheel.
To
: It appoints the last date & time wants to Copy. It can set up using
up/down button at front or mouse wheel.
Selecting Disk
: Select media wants to Copy. Press Enter at Select Disk part and
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select disk.
: Start COPY. Press Start button through Enter button or click left
Start
mouse button.
FAT32 Format
: Format USB disk or HDD to FAT32.
When DVD Copy, it does not use. When using media, it executes
format first to use by selecting FAT32 Format button and press Enter
button or left mouse click.
Media available when using CD/DVD copy is as below.
DVD-R
Manufacture
Manufacture
Imation(Exhortation 16X)
Imation(Exhortation 16X)
Sony(Exhortation 16X)
CD-R
Sony(Exhortation 16X)
Mitsubishi(Exhortation 16X)
Mitsubishi(Exhortation 16X)
TDK(Exhortation 16X)
TDK(Exhortation 16X)
5.3.2 RE4
It can Copy using HDD, USB memory. It can playback using MiniPlayer, Network Manager.
Select channel location and open the channel list as following using Enter button or mouse
wheel.
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Type
: Select RE4 using up/down button or mouse wheel.
Channel List
: Press Enter from Channel part to pop-up channel selection window or
pop up Channel List using mouse wheel.
Selecting
: Among 16 channels, it can select a part or all channels. Select the
channel from Channel list and press Enter button or click left mouse
Channel
button.
: Appoint starting date & time wants to Copy. After selecting the part
From
wants to change, it can setup using up/down key or mouse wheel.
: It appoints the last date & time wants to Copy. It can set up using
To
up/down button at front or mouse wheel. Set up as same as above,
From.
Select Disk
: Select the media wants to Copy. Press Enter from Select Disk or use
mouse to select.
Start
: It starts COPY using Enter button or mouse click.
FAT32 Format
: In case of unformatted USB memory or HDD, format to FAT32 using
Enter button or mouse click and Copy.
It cannot playback Copy file that is not copied 100% from PC normally.
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5.3.3 AVI
It is to Copy a part of one channel selected to USB memory or HDD.
Type
: Select AVI using up/down button or mouse wheel.
Channel
: Select the channel wants to Copy using up/down button or mouse
wheel.
: Appoint starting date & time wants to Copy. Move to time, year etc
From
using left/right button and change Date/Time using up/down button.
When using mouse, left mouse click to the location wants to change
and change it using wheel.
Duration
: Appoint Copy time. Copy from starting time to time appoints. It sets
using up/down key or mouse wheel.
Select Disk
: Select media want to Copy. Select media from Select Disk through
Enter button or mouse click.
Start
: It starts COPY. It starts using Enter button or mouse click.
FAT32 Format
: In case of unformatted USB memory or HDD, format to FAT32 using
Enter button or mouse click and Copy.
If copy file doesn’t playback in PC, please install an Integration codec.
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Chapter 6. Configuration
6.1 Record Setup
There are 4 different modes to DVR recording, and it can see Setup relation like the following
structure of picture. It explains Recording type briefly.
Refer to each item below for the detailed setup relate to Recording.
6.2 Time Setup (System Time)
Time setup of production is required before Record Setup.
It is very important to setup to local time for recording data protection of product. It does not
recommend changing the time during recording. Factory set to Time zone setup is “UTC 00:00
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Dublin”.
6.2.1 Method of Time Setup
When it changes the time during the condition of recording already, it
recommends Copy for important data before the time change because it
changes the time of image recorded.
at Function.
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Press [MENU] at front or Menu button
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Move to “Quick Setup” menu.
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Select “System Time” of “Quick Setup” using Enter button or wheel.
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When pressing button in normal order, following 6.2 Time setting screen is appeared.
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When moving to inferior menu of each, click [Enter] or mouse after selecting through
direction key or mouse.
Time Zone
Select time zone using front direction key or mouse wheel. It changes time zone whenever
pressing direction button. (To move to previous menu click right mouse or press [Enter] at front
this is all the same at OSD menu.)
Daylight Saving (Summer Time application)
This menu synchronizes with Time some setup menu. Namely, this menu is activated when
summer time zone is selected to the area applies at Time zone setup menu. Summer Time zone
is programmed to synchronize the same with time zone of existing Microsoft Windows. Here
sets top whether it sets relevant summer time to product installed in Summer time application
area.
Refer to “NTP” of Network Setup for the detailed explanation relate to NTP
Date Format
Set the method of Time indication. Setup the indication wants among “MM/DD/YYYY”,
“YYYY/MM/DD”, “DD/MM/YYYY” using direction key or mouse wheel
Date/Time
It moves to Year, Month, Date and Time in order through left, right direction key. And each menu
setup is available using up/down key or mouse wheel.
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Apply Date/Time
To apply Date/Time set value must press “Apply Date/Time” button. It indicates dialog box as
follows by pressing business.
Except “Date/Time” setup, other setups are saved automatically when it is
closed completely, but “Date/Time” setup does not saved automatically because
it can affect to
HDD recording file system critically. When it applies the content
changed, it must press [Apply Date/Time] button to apply.
6.3 Camera Setup
This menu is to setup the condition for each camera connects to the product. It can set [Name],
[Status], [Color/BW], [Auto control], [Brightness], [Contrast], [PTZ part setup] of cameras
connect through Camera setup menu. Refer to following item for each explanation of each
menu.
It cannot use NTSC & PAL cameras to the product together. For example, if it
connects NTSC cameras to 1CH~5CH, it cannot connect PAL cameras to
6CH~16CH. Also in case of the change NTSC camera to PAL Camera, it must
reboot product after connecting camera for normal work.
Set value is applied to Monitoring and Search identically.
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6.3.1 Method of Camera Setup
It moves to “Cam#1 ~ Cam#9” under “Camera” of Screen Setup using direction key or mouse
wheel after pressing [MENU] button..
6.3.1.1 Title
Set up Camera Name.
Relevant character setup menu appears if it press [ENTER] or mouse click.
Character input window appears when it inputs characters.
According to menu, Character input window can be different but same setup.
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Character input uses direction button.
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Press relevant character when using mouse.
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Select character wants by pressing up/down, left/right button.
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After selecting input character, press [Enter Button] button to input.
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When delete input character, move back using [] button
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Press [] for a space between characters.
6.3.1.2 Activity
It can On or Off camera status.
It sets up On/Off using left/right button or mouse wheel after pressing [ENTER] button.
To increase frame rate when recording or network monitoring sets Off the unused channel.
6.3.1.3 Color
After pressing [ENTER], it sets “Color / B/W” using left/right button or mouse wheel.
6.3.1.4 AGC (Auto Gain Control)
AGC is to control video signal input range of camera connects.
It sets “Enable/Disable” using left/right button or mouse wheel after pressing [ENTER].
6.3.1.5 Brightness / Contrast
It can control Brightness & Contrast of image.
After pressing [ENTER], it can set the value wants among the each from “–9” to “+9” using
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left/right button or mouse wheel.
6.3.1.6 PTZ
It sets PTZ Home, Idle Time, Port, Address relate to PTZ device.
6.3.1.6.1 PTZ Home / PTZ Idle Time
This is menu to setup camera supports PTZ (Pan/Tilt/Zoom), and it moves to PTZ assigned
when there is no movement during specified time.
It sets Preset number & Time using left/right button or mouse after pressing [ENTER].
6.3.1.6.2 PTZ Port
This is menu to setup camera supports PTZ (Pan/Tilt/Zoom).
It sets PTZ port connects to relevant channel using left/right button or mouse wheel after
pressing [ENTER].
6.3.1.6.3 Address
It is setup menu for the connected camera that can support PTZ (Pan/Tilt/Zoom).
It can setup base address of PTZ device using up/down button or mouse wheel after pressing
[ENTER] button.
Refer to “7.4.9 PTZ use” for the PTZ camera list can setup and method of
detailed setup.
6.4 Quick Record Setup (Quick Setup)
Quick Setup is to setup recording simply in same condition of all analog channels.
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6.4.1 Method of Quick Record Setup
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Select ‘Quick Setup’.
Recording Speed/Quality
There are all 5 setup conditions. Default set value is ‘No Rec.’ that means does not record.
No Rec. / Low / Standard / High / Custom
Except “Custom”, setup condition sets to synchronies ‘Speed (fps)’, ‘Quality’, ‘Resolution’
automatically.
Resolution
There are total 3 conditions. (CIF/ HALF/ D1)
Resolution setup is changeable when ‘Recording Speed/Quality’ is set to Custom.
Method of Record check
If Record Setup is completed normally, ‘REC LED’ at front part blinks.
It indicates recording relevant channel presently to [R] by channel.
6.5 Schedule Recording
This menu can setup Record by channel or all and can setup recording condition by time
schedule. After user sets ‘Quick Setup’, this menu changes existing setup value to new setup
value.
6.5.1 All Setup
It is similar to recording setup of Quick Setup, and set all analog channels in same condition. It
sets channel to All and sets Macro among Low, Standard and High after setup schedule to Fulltime.
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6.5.2 Setup by Channel
It can set Time Schedule, Macro differently by each channel.
It sets 1~8CH to Weekday day, Low, and can set 9~16 to Full Time, High
Recording Speed/Quality
There are total 5 setup conditions. (No Rec./Low/Standard/High/Custom).
“Custom” can set the status of Speed, Quality and Resolution to user wants.
Resolution
There are total 3 setup conditions. (CIF/HALF/D1)
Resolution value set here is applied to user’s recording, Event recording.
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CIF : 360x240 @ NTSC, 360x288 @ PAL
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HALF : 720x240 @ NTSC, 720x288 @ PAL (HALF D1 image)
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D1 : 720x480 @ NTSC, 720x576@ PAL (FULL D1 image)
Special Time Recording
This menu is used when it differ recording condition with setup specific time zone. Namely, if it
sets specific time zone to Weekday Day, it can record differently according to 2 setup conditions.
Specific time zone sets from ‘System’ menu.
There are total 5 setup conditions; No Rec./Low/Standard/High/Same as above (“Recording
apply same value set from Speed/Quality”)
Event Recording
It sets “On/Off” using left/right button or mouse after pressing [ENTER].
Detailed Event recording condition sets from “Event Recording” menu.
According to Event recording setup, it can set here whether it records based on Event recording
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6.6 Event Recording
This menu can set recording by event when Event occurs.
Event recording can record by ‘Sensor’, ‘Motion Detection’ and ‘Text’. To do Event recording
must set All or Setup by Channel from ‘Schedule Recording’ in advance.
After setup recondition condition, it must set “Event Recording” menu from “Schedule
Recording” to “On” for Event Recording setup of product. Also, it must set “Event Source” before
Event Recording.
6.6.1 Event Source Setup
For Event Recording, it looks into the method of Sensor, Motion Detection and Text setup.
6.6.1.1 Sensor Setup
This menu is to set Action & Type of sensor input.
It supports 2 types of Sensor, Normal Open (N.O.) & Normal Close (N.C.).
Configure it according to the sensor type what the user uses.
All
This is to select all sensors identically among Off/N.O./N.C.
Configuration
It can set 9 sensors (S1~S9) separately.
6.6.1.2 Motion Detection Setup
This menu is for the configuration of event storage which was detected by motion detection
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of each channel.
Motion Detection
It sets 12 different sensitivities; low, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, High
6.6.1.3 Text Setup
This menu is for configuring input text information and user set "Event Configuration" value in
OSD menu by Text.
Recording
It can On/Off recording of Text input.
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6.6.2 All Event Record Setup
This is setup all analog channels in identical condition.
Sensor/MD/Text
It sets whether it synchronize with Sensor/MD/Text event.
Pairing means synchronizing 1:1 between channel and Sensor/MD.
6.6.2.1 Setup by Channel
Event Source
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Through Event Source can select 9 Sensors, 1 MD and a Text input.
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Selecting Sensor selects box of relevant number.
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Selecting MD, Text selects box when it needs to use.
Macro
There are total 5 setup conditions. (No Rec/Low/Standard/High/Custom).
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In the condition except “Custom”, “Speed (fps)” and “Quality” are synchronized automatically.
Pre Event (sec)
It can set max. 5 seconds.
Post Event (sec)
It can set max. 60 seconds.
6.6.3 Manual Recording Setup
When user presses [REC] button at front part, this menu can setup recording condition of image.
If manual recording starts, existing recording setup set is ignored and it records image in the
value set from Recording Setup>> ‘Manual’.
It records to the value (sec) set in ‘Pre Event’ & ‘Post Event’ of ‘Manual’ menu. Pre Event means
the time records before user press [Rec] button, and Post Event means the time record after
user press [Rec] button.
Recording Camera Num
It can select recording channels with relevant setup, and all & each channel selection are
possible.
Recording Speed/Quality
There are total 5 setup conditions. (No Rec/Low/Standard/High/Custom). In the condition except
“Custom”, “Speed (fps)” and “Quality” are synchronized automatically.
Pre Event (sec)
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It means the time records before user press [REC] button. It can set max. 5 seconds.
Post Event (sec)
It means the time record after user press [Rec] button. It can set max. 60 seconds.
6.7 Audio & Other Setup (Audio Recording)
Through this menu can set recording of Audio setup & No Video.
6.7.1 Audio Setup
It can set Audio channel, Recording, Gain, and Sync.
Audio Channel
Select channel wants to use Audio.
Recording
It sets whether it records audio using. In case of Off set, audio outputs to live image only and
Playback also when it sets to On.
Gain
When Audio sounds too low, it sets Gain to + direction and sets to – direction when audio is too
loud.
Sync Video Channel
It sets whether it can output audio input when which channel selects. But this function is applied
only when recording. Audio output at Live image explains at Audio Mix. If it sets 1CH audio to
sync with 5CH, then 1CH audio input is out when 5CH is selected. Default is 1CH audio in and
1Ch out.
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6.7.2 Audio Mix
Select Audio to use from Live image. In case of All setup, all input audio is out in mixed. And
when selecting specific audio, it is out bony selected channel unconditionally whatever any
channel is selected.
6.7.3 Record No Video
It sets whether it records the input image that has fault or the channel delete image intentionally
or not. When it sets to On, it records the channel that video does not input also, and it does not
record the channel video is not input when it sets to Off.
6.8 Monitor Setup
It sets relevant item in case of image indication on Monitor.
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Monitor & Spot Monitor
The entire function of DVR is available for monitor and spot monitor can use single channel
monitor and event pop up.
Switch to Event Screen (sec)
In case of Event, it sets to Pop-up relevant screen automatically. Pop-up duration can set from
2~10 seconds and select among Keep. If it sets to “Keep”, it keeps Pop-up screen. At this time,
press any channel button to cancel Keep mode.
If 1CH pops up and 2CH pops up also within pop-up holding time, screen
changes to 4 divisions and show 1 & 2CH. And Hold time is extended
automatically by starting from last pop-up time.
Covert Channel
It can hide channel in live mode through Covert (Hiding Screen) menu.
If enters to Covert menu, all channel list of product is shown and check the channel through
pressing [Enter] button or mouse click. Checked channel does not show images from the time
set at Live/Playback.
Auto User Sequence
It can edit auto Sequence function of User Sequence mode. It can set 16 types of Sequence
mode and Sequence Time is able to set 1~60 seconds.
Multi Screen Definition
It defines 4E (4 channels), 9DIV (9 channels) channels of Multi Screen in advance.
The method of Multi Mode is through [Enter] button after selecting Mode and right window of
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mode, or it can select the channel through [Enter] button or mouse wheel after window open
and the channel select using mouse wheel.
VGA Mode
It can select among 3 resolutions of VGA output, 800 x 600, 1024 x 768 and 1280 x 1024.
Info Level
Display information configures what kind of information will be shown to live image and
playback image.
In case of live image, user can set view configuration such as time, channel, event, recording
status, HDD, remote control ID, and text etc.
In case of playback image, configure time, commend, channel name, event, and text.
6.9 Event Setup
Event Setup includes 7 setups like Event, Text, D-I/O, Event Action, Preset, and System Event.
6.9.1 Event
Sensor
It can set 9 sensors. In case of All setup, all channels are set to N.O, N.C identically. And it can
select each channel and set to N.O, N.C, Off differently.
MD
MD detects movement by each channel or all channels, and use to inform MD to user.
- Channel
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It can set channel to All or 1~9CH.
- Sensitivity
In case of Sensitivity, it can set sensitivity per each channel Off, Lowest, Low, Middle, High,
and Highest.
- Area
Area sets detecting area when MD set.
In case of All set, it can select Set All, Clear All. In case of setup by each channel, it can set
to Set All, Clear All, and Select Area.
- Select Area
Select Area is available setup when it sets by channel, and it sets detecting parts of
movement stressed.
It sets movement detection area of user. There is NTSC in 22x15pcs, PAL in 22x18pcs
partitions and it can set the area move than 1 piece.
First setup value comes to “Select All”. If it presses “Select Area”, MD area setup window
appears.
User can setup MD area directly to screen.
Setup window appears that is divided NTSC into 22x15 partitions and PAL into 22x18
partitions. It indicates MD setup area in grey color. To select Setup area press “Enter” or
mouse click after selecting the area wants through direction key. After setup is completed, press
“ESC” or right mouse click to return previous menu.
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6.9.2 Text
Recording
It can On/Off recording in regard to Text input.
Sync Text With
It selects Text data and synchronization channel.
Seek Header
Various data types come from external device (Access Control, POS, and ATM etc). Like Star
Finger 007, it does not need protocol that is registered already. If not, it requires parameter to
grasp the structure of the data from Text data input continuously.
Namely, all data has the start and the end. Header means the data is inserted always to inform
the start. Hence DVR discover the character defined to Header’s data, and it can find out the
start of a data. And the reason of setup 2 Header is to detect these because a device can send
various information externally.
Delimiter
Because Delimiter’s value can be different with each device wants, refer to relevant manual or
contact seller and then input the value.
Time Out (ms)
The number of line defined below means the text line number that is maximum usable line of a
line. In case of regulated data, there can be long or short information. For example, it has 3 lines
to assign customer’s name from ATM, and some register First Name & Last Name only. These
need a line less than others.
But because DVR cannot detect this automatically, it is considered to last line after some time
from registered time of last line, and it decides whether it records a registered data as complete
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data.
Lines
It defines a data consists of how many line.
In case of External device, it must consult with seller before installation because
it may be not recognized according to feature.
6.9.3 D-I/O
D-I/O is Port able to use digital Input & Output simultaneously. It has 12 Digital Input & Output.
D-I/O Channel & Input/Output
It can set 12channels to Input/Output. When Input sets, it starts Emergency Recording if the
signal in from any one of channel. When Output set, it works if Sensor input.
For urgent recording, please, select one between 1 and 12 of D-I/O in Digital I/O configuration by [input]
and set input type to [Urgent] and then make its D-I/O on. At the same time, recording macro uses the
macro set in Event Recording. Its Recording time is same as the value set in [Recording after Event].
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6.9.4 Event Action
Event Action sets workable Action according to Event Input.
Select Action
Select Action can select R1~4, Buzzer, E-Mail.
Action Duration
Action Duration operates when Relay works and keeps as long as the time set, and also Buzzer
keeps in same way. It works E-Mail Sending in an interval of time set.
Action Source
Action Source can setup Sensor, Motion, and Text separately. Also, all event input can setup
simultaneously.
- E-Mail Address
E-Mail Address sets when Select Action is used to E-Mail.
E-Mail Address input E-Mail Address of receiver for message.
Input is in type of xxxx@xxxxxx.xxx.
But, English and figure are only available.
- Sender Address
Sender Address set when Select Action is used to E-Mail and input is set like
xxxx@xxxxxx.xxx.
The user does not have to specific mail address and input a checkable mailing address to
check if it is sent to specific DVR.
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Event Action in Special Time
It sets whether it operates Event Action in Special Time or not.
6.9.5 Network
When DVR connects to network, this is menu to setup relevant network data.
Type
It sets up network line type (Ethernet/xDSL) connects to DVR. When it is connected Exclusive
line or cable model or LAN of DVR, it sets to ‘Ethernet’.
When DVR is connected to xDSL in PPPoE method, it sets to ‘xDSL’. But even if xDSL line, it
sets to ‘Ethernet’ when it is not PPPoE method.
DHCP
DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) is to control host address on the network. Using
such protocol, all Host connected to LAN can share authorized IP address that its number has
limited when internet connects. Namely, all Host connects to LAN is assigned authorized IP
address from DHCP server temporary. If LAN has DHCP server and activates DHCP menu,
DHCP server assigns authorized IP address to DVR.
‘DHCP’ is used in LAN condition that DHCP server operates. Generally, it operates DHCP by
LAN in case of middle or large size, and small size uses NAT (Network Address Translation)
function of HUB.
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IP Addr
IP Address is used when communicating DVR & CMS and is used to connect from Webviewer
to DVR. But it is available when Net Mask and Gateway are set.
Net Mask
Net Mask assigns the range able to input IP Address and same range of IP make possible to
communicate. Net Mask receives from network administrator and use.
Gateway
Gateway must input so that IP Address communicate, and it receives from network
administrator and input.
DNS1
DNS1 must be input when it registers DVR to SWR and use
DNS Address requests to network user and input.
Additional DNS
Additional DNS input to replace when DNS1 is unstable or has the trouble.
Port
Port is used when it register to SWR or connect through CMS or Webviewer
The basic port is 4000. Watch out of port input when you use PPPoE modem
and IP sharing device.
Band Width Limit (Mbps)
Maximum transmission speed to output data from DVR, namely, it sets capability for transmitting
data. It has no problem to use without additional setup and it recommends administrator sets
6.9.6 xDSL
In case when DVR is connected to xDSL line and use PPPoE, it must set user ID & Password.
ID & Password uses the data given when join to xDSL.
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User ID/Password
If DVR is connected to xDSL, it must set ID & Password.
Status
It indicates the condition of DVR connection.
6.9.7 DDNS
It DVR is connected to cable model or xDSL modem, IP address is changed whenever it tries to
connect to ISP. In this case, user cannot find IP address changed. If DVR that uses fixed IP is
registered to DDNS, it can find IP address changed easily when it is connecting to DVR.
In order to register dynamic IP address in DDNS, please, refer to the below explanation.
DDNS Registration
DDNS Registration procedure
1) Sign up at iPOLiS website.
- The website is [www.samsungipolis.com]
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- Agreement the general terms and conditions
- SIGN UP page: check ID availability
2) The product registration is possible after sign up.
- Sign in at iPOLiS website
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- Product List (If you didn’t register products, there are no list)
- Product Registration (Check ID availability)
- Check the registration at product list
3) Set-up DDNS information.
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SVR-1660 can be set up under the network screen in the order as listed in the menu.
If you press the menu button and select the network, you will see the screen as shown in
the diagram below.
In the below screen, select DDNS as “yes,” and in the ‘DDNS SERVER DOMAIN NAME’
enter DDNS server address. (Default: www.samsungipolis.com)
ID and PW are the same as that created when you registered the product on the iPOLiS
homepage. Please enter the domain ID and PW.
When this process is finished, the DVR frame section has now completed DDNS set up.
3) The connection status of selected product can check on product list.
[VIEW]: See the log-in page of selected product
[Edit]/ [Delete]: Edit/Delete the selected product, password is needed for checking
The product ‘ID (domain)’ can not change at registered status.
When the product needs to change the ID, first of all, delete the desired
product, and register product again.
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To register fixed IP to DDNS refer to following explanation for setup.
Interval
For the continuous registry, it sets register period from ‘WRS Interval’. According to setup value,
fixed IP address renews its data to DDNS server regularly. If user sets register period to ‘0’ or it
does not transmit any data of DVR for 2 days, its data is deleted from DDNS.
Server
This menu sets server address to register. WRS address is 222.121.60.188.
ID
Input ID registered when joins to DDNS server.
Password
Input Password registered when joins to DDNS server.
Status
It indicates registry status of DVR. ‘Not Registered’ indicates unregister, and it indicates registry
if it indicates Date/Time & OK.
6.9.8 NTP
NTP(Network Time Protocol) is synchronizing the time between devices connected to network.
It consists of that Server provides standard time on network and synchronizing Client by
connecting to this server and receiving the time.
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Sync With NTP
It cans NTP function On/Off.
NTP Mode
It sets whether it operates NTP mode of DVR to Client, Server or Both.
NTP Server Loc.
When NTP Mode is set to Client, it is enabling. It sets whether NTP server is on Local Network
or internet (Public).
NTP Local Server IP
When it sets NTP Server Loc. to Local, it is Enabling and sets IP in server. Input IP of DVR that
sets IP in NTP server or NTP Mode to Server at local network.
Interval (min)
Set the period of time to synchronize.
When NTP Mode is Client, Sync with NTP must be set to On.
6.9.9 Serial
DVR is usable total 4 Serial port, 2 RS-232C and 2 RS-485 ports.
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Serial port
Select the port to control by connecting with the unit
Device
Set external device connected.
Interface
This menu is to setup using which interface.
It fixed COM1, COM3 to RS-232C, and COM2 to RS-422/485, COM4 to RS-485.
Baud rate/Parity/Stop (bit)/Data (bit)
Configure the value same as the set value of external unit.
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6.10 System Setup
6.10.1 Setup
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Remote Controller ID
Max. 16 remote controllers ID are selectable, and it can control max. 16 DVR
It can register Remote controller as following order.
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Direct Remote controller to DVR.
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Press ID button that suits to Remote Control ID set.
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If Remote controller ID is identical to DVR ID, DVR buzzers.
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After tune ID, Remote controller is available to use.
DVR ID
This menu is to set relevant keyboard address when it operates all functions of DVR through
keyboard button. First set value is set to “1”. If it connects several DVR to 1 keyboard and use, it
can collide with other channel. At this time, it sets keyboard address to other value.
DVR Alias
This menu is to set DVR name.
Playback Deinterlace
It is On/Off Playback Deinterlace.
It works when Recording resolution sets to Full D1. When it sets to On, screen shaking is less in
Pause of Full D1 image.
Language
It supports multilingual for OSD menu. Select the language wants.
Firmware Update
Save update firmware in USB and connect it to DVR
Select firmware update item in the system menu and press ENTER
When there is question to update or not, peas Y and ENTER. The device reboot with buzzer
sound.
The firmware for USB update is formed in “*.dat” file.
Firmware update via network is perform update file and select the DVR to update and click on it.
When there is IP and MAC address, port for the selected DVR, type the password
“(default:11111111) at Admin’s Password” SNM-128S and press “Starting upgrade”
Rebooting message pops up after upgrade and press “Y”
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Load Configuration
It sets DVR setup value stored in USB memory by transmitting to DVR.
Save Configuration
Save preset setup status of DVR to USB device.
Default
It used when it sets existing set value to first factory value to ship. To create first value press
“Default”.
System Log
It can check the condition of setup change of system or HDD status, HDD condition, Power
condition, System alarm etc happen.
6.10.2 Disk Setup
Next explains the method how internal, external HDD add or delete or format.
Repair Record Mode
When no recording space in HDD, it deletes from first recorded data automatically.
Warning Level
It checks all disk size used that is connected or attached to DVR and inform if it records until the
capacity setup.
Block Playback
This menu is to make visible limitedly the recorded image in HDD as much as the date set. If it
records for 30days and sets Block Playback to 2days, it can play the day before including
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30days among 30days. It can set from 1day till 31days.
Disk Manager
Disk Manager is to manage internal or external HDD using.
It manages the state indication of HDD, Bad Block, Size, Add, Remove etc.
Disk Status
It can view HDD temperature, state of HDD installed in System.
Type
: It indicates location of disk.
Int A (Internal A HDD), Int B (Internal B HDD), Ext (External
HDD)
Model
: It show model name of HDD
Bad Block
: It indicates Bad Block HDD. When no problem, it indicate 0. In
case when HDD is not Enabling, it does not indicate Bad Block.
Size(MB)
: It indicates HDD size into MB unit.
Enabled
: It changes the state of HDD to Use or disuse.
Yes: Use / No: Disuse
In case of the change to HDD YES
- If press [Enter] or roll mouse wheel at Enabled No condition, NOTICE window pops up and
shows next message.
- “This disk can be added without format. Nevertheless, do you want format this disk?”
- If select Yes, it maintains previous data as it is and Enable to use HDD.
- If select No, it deletes previous data and Enable to use HDD.
In case of the change of HDD No
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- It pops up NOTICE window and shows next message using [Enter] button or rolling mouse
wheel at the condition of Enabled Yes.
- “Disk will be removed”
- If select Yes, “Recording disk removed” is appeared and changed to Enabled No.
- HDD is not used.
- If select No at “Disk will be removed”, it keeps previous HDD state as it is.
6.10.3 Security
It limits the range able to use by classifying DVR user to Admin & User.
In case of Admin, they can use all functions of DVR including Setup & Change.
In case of, they cannot access to Setup menu but only Playback.
User Password
If user’s authority is allowed, they are allowed only Monitoring and Playback. Default value set
to “1111”.
Admin Password
If administrator’s authority is allowed, all functions are available and default value set to “9999”
6.10.4 Time Schedule
It sets the date & time period defined to Weekday Day& Night, Weekend Day & Night.
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Weekday Start/End
Among Monday to Sunday, it sets Weekday time period. The other part unset is under Weekend
time period.
Day Start/End
It sets Day time period using up/down direction key. Unset parts means Night time period.
6.10.5 Special Time
Special Time is able to four setups. It can set another specific time period in each time zone
(Weekday (Day), Weekday (Night), Weekend (Day), Weekend (Night)). For example, it can
apply various conditions like setup Lunch time or Conference time separately.
Use when it sets regular exceptional time.
Exception Days
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Use when it sets of irregular exceptional time. It can set max. 30 irregular exceptional times and
set Start Time, Duration, Profile.
Start Date & Time
: It indicates stat date & time of exceptional zone.
Duration
: It sets time apply Profile from exceptional time set.
Profile
: Profile is to set simultaneous recording with Schedule setup of
Schedule Recording, and it can set to No Rec, WDD, WDN,
WED, WEN.
No Rec : No Recording
WDD : Recording to Weekday Day setup
WDN : Recording to Weekday Night setup
WED : Recording to Weekend Day setup
WEN : Recording to Weekend Night setup
6.11 Exit
Exit menu is to exit without recording or recording Menu setup.
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Save
This is menu to save the state of setup at other menu and exit to live screen, it can select into
Set or No Set.
Select “Yes” when it saves the setting and exit, or select “No” when it does not save setting and
exit.
Do not Save
This menu is to exit without saving the status of setting at other setup.
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Chapter 7. Web Viewer
WebViewer is web program loaded into product that can view image recorded or monitoring
image of product in real-time through web browser in PC remotely able to use Internet..
Structure of Web Viewer is divided into Monitor which can monitor image in real-time with Login
page, and Playback which can playback recorded image.
7.1 LOGIN
If user inputs IP address and Port on browser address box,
User can access to Webviewer Login page for example type "http://192.168.1.100:4000.
If default value of the port is not 4000 but another value, input the changed port value in port
input box.
It can connect to WebViewer Login page if it input IP address set to product in Web browser
window.
Enter user ID & Password set in SNM-128S and click 'Login' button and can access. In case of no change
of password in SNM-128S, factory default ID is admin and Password is [11111111](8 digit). But, ID cannot
be changeable.
If user wants to change administrator password or create new user ID & Password, please,
refer to the section '7.2 access user configuration'.
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7.2 Connection User setup
It must input user ID & Password set into Configuration Tool program to log in WebViewer.
It can use ID & Password of an administrator and 10 general users.
It is able to change administrator and user’s ID for security. Cancel by check ‘Use’ of user’s
account disusing.
It is the state changed user’s ID & Password at Configuration Tool.
After the end of account setting, set authority of user’ ID.
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Check ‘Hard’ in user account at authority setup of Configuration Tool to use Playback page.
Also, it checks Check box and apply so that user ID who sets like ‘Microphone’, ‘PTZ’, ‘Relay’
can use.
When it shows 1CH image only, check the rest channel and uncheck the rest channels &
functions.
7.3 Usable Browser
WebViewer is optimized to Windows Internet Explorer 6.0 or higher. For smooth use, Windows
Internet Explorer 6.0 or higher is installed in PC using.
Webviewer Installer
It provides auto installation program to use the function of WebViewer at login page.
It installs ActiveX which is able to use WebViewer function through PC connects at first to
WebViewer.
When install WebViewer Installer, it must close all programs relate to SNM.
Installation may not smooth.
7.4 Monitor
Input User ID와 Password at Login page, and move to Monitor page if it is authorized normally.
At Monitor page, it can monitor real-time camera image connected to product or use PTZ
camera control, Relay and microphone function connected according to user authority.
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Let’s study introduction and functions about each part term of Monitor page.
7.4.1 Screen division & Image location change
It shows to 9 divisions, 16 divisions, or 32 divisions according to channel number of product
when connect to Monitor page.
It can change to 1, 4, 9 ,13, 16 divisions by click number of upper page.
Also it can switch to 1 screen mode by click screen part.
Among Playback image, double click after load mouse to the channel going to convert to any 1
channel temporary.
Switch to 1 screen, and double click screen again to return to previous division screen.
It can change image location at division screen.
To move CH3 image to Ch6 image location drag & drop Ch3 image to CH6 location to change
location using mouse.
7.4.2 Moving Playback
If it clicks following picture in top page, it moves to Playback page.
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7.4.3 Channel On/Off
Channel On/Off button is located on left page. It can On or Off by click the channel wants, and
default is On.
Above picture is Off state about 9~16CH. When Channel is Off, it changes to grey color and
image is not visible and is changed to black.
Inactivated channel button is the case that it does not support at relevant product.
7.4.4 Sensor indication
This is icon indicates sensor activated of product.
If sensor activates, relevant sensor is changed to Red and sensor number is indicated on the
image. It maintains in Blue when sensor inactivates.
Inactivated sensor icon is the case that it does not support at relevant product.
7.4.5 Relay operation
It can Relay On or Off of product. If it clicks the number of button, Relay is On and icon change
from Blue to Orange color.
Inactivated sensor icon is the case that it does not support at relevant product.
Reply work needs user’s authority. Refer to user guide in Product for User Authority Setup.
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7.4.6 Microphone use
It can microphone On or Off and Default is Off. In case of click button, projecting button
changes to Blue and microphone is available.
Inactivated Mic button is the case that it does not support at relevant product.
7.4.7 Event Data
It shows Event data happens in real-time at bottom of monitoring page.
Indicated lists to Event data are as follows.
(Table. Event Icon)
Button
Function
Motion Detect On
,
Sensor Input
,
Relay Output On
,
No Video, Video Detected
Text Input
User Login
7.4.8 Image Recording & Image Storage
7.4.8.1
Image Recording
After selecting channel wants to recording from image monitoring, it selects “Rec Start”
pressing right mouse button. It can record image max. 10 minutes. It indicates recording time
on the image executing Quick Recording.
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Among image recording, if it closes recording by click “Rec Stop” of right mouse again and
open dialog box to record file recording, user saves to temporary directory with naming to the
file.
Recorded file is saved to “*.re4” file, and re4 file is able to playback through CMS Playback
program Mini Player program.
7.4.8.2
Save Image
Image recording can be saved into 3 types of jpg, bmp, eye, and Saving means the function to
save image of channel monitoring at present into 1 Frame.
Select the channel to save image and click right mouse. Select “Save As” among right mouse
menu and appoint saving location and save by pressing Save button. It can check by opening
directory saved and double click the saved image to check saved image.
7.4.9 PTZ Use
Among the image monitoring, it can cancel PTZ if it selects the channel set PTZ and press
right mouse button. PTZ Control can use Pan/Tilt, Zoom/Focus functions.
Pan, Tilt Control
Click right mouse at the image wants to control PTZ and select “PTZ” menu. It shows cross line
at center of image and Pan, Tilt works when mouse click the image. If click left/right direction
from the center, PAN controls, and Tilt controls by click to up/down direction. Far from the center,
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Pan/Tilt works faster.
Zoom, Focus Control
If it move mouse to left, right edges, it shows slide bar for Zoom, Focus. A unit that is possible to
Area Zoom has Zoom Zero work button. Using left side slide bar of image can Zoom In/Out, and
left side slide bar can control Focus.
Preset Move
When Preset is set, it selects Preset works “Go to Preset” pressing right mouse button at PTZ
control condition. It moves to preset position selected. User should set Preset in advance.
Auxiliary operation
When Preset is set, Auxiliary” at Pop-up menu is indicated additionally. And it executes relevant
action if it selects relevant menu registered.
Refer to ‘PTZ Setup’ for PTZ setup method & PTZ camera list available.
7.4.10 Audio Use
When synchronized audio and channel is set, it can execute audio listening by click “Listen”
menu of pop-up menu that comes through right mouse click on the image. And audio listening is
possible through Uncheck of Mute.
7.4.11 Image Channel Close
It can cancel connection of image monitoring by click left side channel button of image. And
Screen comes to black.
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To reconnect the channel disconnected clicks channel button that is turned Off to reconnect
relevant channel.
7.5 Playback
This page is to playback the image recorded, and user who has offered ‘HDD’ authority at
administrator account or use account can use this.
Playback consists of 9 division screen can playback using Search through calendar by
recording period or Move period button. It can Copy recorded image and Print Pause image or
can save to bmp file.
Let’s study about introduction & function and naming of each part.
7.5.1 Screen Division & Channel Change
Playback supports 1, 4, 9 division screen. Using the menu as about picture can select division
screen.
If user forms to 4 divisions channel and shows CH1~CH4, it can change the channel to see
CH5~CH8 using ‘>>’ button click. If press ‘<<’ button, it shows previous channel group,
CH1~CH4.
7.5.2 Image Recording
While Playback, it can record to BMP file.
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Select channel want to record by mouse and click ‘Save’ button.
Save Image dialog box comes, and it can select input message, Name, Date, Event data.
Dialog box asks location to save if press ‘OK’, and it opens dialog box and can save to bmp
format file.
7.5.3 Print
Select the channel wants to print like Image recording and click ‘Print’ button.
The window for input Memo appears. It can print image through printer connected if press OK.
Print material includes ‘Printing Date’, ‘Channel name’, ‘Recording Date’ ‘Event’, ‘Memo’.
7.5.4 Web Monitor move
It can move to Web monitor page by click ‘Monitor’ button at left top of page.
7.5.5 Channel On/Off
The function is same as channel On/Off at Web Monitor.
It is On/Off button positioned on right side of page, and it can On or Off by click channel wants.
Default value is On condition.
Inactivated Channel button is the case that it does not support at relevant product.
7.5.6 Recording period & Recording size check
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It indicates total size recorded to HDD and free size, and it indicates starting date & last date of
recording. Also it shows indication in percentage about HDD capacity.
7.5.7 Calendar Search
Recorded date is activated to Black, and unrecorded date into Grey. If it selects date and time
wants to check the image
recorded and press button, it playback image of
relevant date & time.
When press ‘Go To’ button, it indicates 24hours image recording range from appointed time at
left bottom of page. It can change the range through ‘24h’ button click at above picture.
7.5.8 Function button at image below
① It indicates Playback range of image recorded.
② It can change playback time zone back & forth by
click as time as set at (5).
③ It can ‘1 frame back’, ‘Play backward’, ‘Stop’, ‘Playback’, ‘1 frame forth’ from left button.
④ It is function to set Playback speed. After button click, it can set playback speed
relevant to ‘0.5x, 1x, 2x, 4x, 16x, 32x, 64x, All’.
⑤ It can setup Playback range. After button click, it can select playback range relevant to
‘10min, 30min, 1hour, 3hour, 6hour, 12hour, 24hour’.
⑥ It can select whether uses DirectX or not. If DirectX mode is checked, it playback good
quality image based on graphic card and PC performance because it plays back
image through Direct Draw.
⑦ It is function to control audio playback and volume.
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Compatible HDD List
Seagate Technology
Western Digital
Capacity
Model
Capacity
Model
750GB
ST3750840SCE
750GB
WD7500AVCS
500GB
ST3500830SCE
500GB
WD5000AVJS
250GB
ST3250820SCE
250GB
WD2500AVJS
Compatible Media List
DVD-R manufacture
CD-R manufacture
Mitsubishi(Exhortation 16X)
Mitsubishi(Exhortation 16X)
TDK(Exhortation 16X)
TDK(Exhortation 16X)
Imation(Exhortation 16X)
Imation(Exhortation 16X)
Sony(Exhortation 16X)
Sony(Exhortation 16X)
Specification
Mode
Video Input
Video Output
16 BNC Connectors (NTSC/PAL, Auto detect)
Monitor
2 BNC (1 Main Monitor, 1 Spot Monitor), 1 VGA
Loop Out
16 with Auto-Termination
Video Compression
Display
Recording
MPEG4 (JPEG: SNM-128S Only)
Speed
480/400fps (NTSC/PAL)
Resolution
D1(4CIF), 2CIF(HALF), CIF
Multi Screen
1, 4, 9,10,16
Configuration
Brightness, Contrast, Covert Feature
Speed
480/400fps (NTSC/PAL) at CIF
Resolution
D1(4CIF), 2CIF(HALF), CIF
Mode
Emergency, Manual, Event, Schedule
Recording
5 Levels of Compression Rate / Record Frame Rate
Quality
Adjustment
Pre/Post
5sec / 60sec Recording
Time, Calendar, Event, Thumbnail, Text, Smart(Remote
Search Mode
Playback Mode
Description
Playback Only)
Speed
Forward, Reverse, Pause, 1/2x, 1x, 2x, 4x, 8x, 16x, 32x,
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Multi Screen
1, 4, 10,16
Simultaneous Live Display/Playback/Record,
Multiplex Function
SNM Monitoring/Playback
Camera Title
22 Characters per Channel
Motion Detection
22x15 (NTSC)/ 22x18 (PAL) grid
Automatic E-mail, Internal Buzzer, Relay-out, Pop-up
Event Notification
Screen, Network Event
Internal
250GB basic(4 SATA HDD install possible)
External
2 e-SATA(SVS-5E)
HDD
DVD Writer (CD-R 700MB Media, DVD-R 4.7G Media),
Backup
e-SATA, USB, Network
Sensor Input / Relay Output
16 Input / 4 Output (NO, NC)
D-I/O
Software Controlled 12 IO(D-sub)
Audio
16Ch Input (4 RCA, 12 D-sub) / 1Ch Output
Interface
2 RS485, 2 RS232C
Protocol
Network
Software
Transport
Speed
TCP/IP, ARP, ICMP, DHCP, PPPoE, UDP, SMTP, SNMP,
FTP, SNTP, HTTP
SNM-128S (Supplied Basically), Web-viewer (Monitor,
Search, Playback, Backup, Event Monitor, PTZ)
Max.480fps
Key Buttons, Remote Client, IR Remote(Controllable up to
16 DVRs), Keyboard Controller(Option, SCC-3100A)
System Control
Password : 2 Level (Admin/User)
PTZ Control : RS485/422, RS232C
File System
Intelligent Power Failure Recovery
Watermark
Supported
Operation System
Embedded Linux
Temperature
Humidity
Operation
+5℃ ~ +40℃
Storage
-20℃ ~ +60℃
Operation
30 ~ 80% RH Below
Storage
93% RH Below
Dimensions (mm)
444(W) x 411(D) x 88(H)
Weight
7.3Kg
Power Consumption
AC 100~240V, 50/60Hz, Max. 85W, Typical 60W
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Trouble Shooting
1. No DVR booting
Check Power
Check Power Cord
2. No Image on Monitor
Check monitor power
Check monitor & cable condition of DVR
Check monitor cable port
Check whether DVR power is On
3. No image of some channel
Check Camera power
Check Camera image input
Check DVR input port
Check On/Off Activity setup in Screen setup
Check Covert setup in Monitor setup
4. No Recording
Check whether HDD is installed from Disk Manager
Check Record setup
5. No Playback
Check Record setup
Check button activation
6. Bright or Dark image overly
Check Cam
Camera setup
Separate image cable and close power cable
Check Brightness, Contrast setup in Screen setup
7. No activation of Remote control
Check Remote control battery
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Check Remote control ID
Check specification of Remote control operation
8. No operation of front button
Check DVR power
Check status of Screen Lock
9. No Networking
Check whether network cable is connected properly
Check DVR IP
Check PC IP
Ping Test
10. Case to contact seller
In case of following conditions, stop using product immediately and const to seller for the
service after Power off.
During using, when abnormal work happens to product (ex.: Strange noise, smell
or smoke)
In case of damage to connector of power cable
In case when rain or water enters to product
In case when liquid is spitted or other thing is entered
In case when product does not work as explained in product manual
In case when product fell down and damaged
In case when there is outstanding change to performance
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Dimensions
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