Mitsubishi DX-TL930E Instruction manual

ENGLISH
DEUTSCH
DIGITAL RECORDER
FRANÇAIS
INSTALLATION AND
OPERATION MANUAL
MODEL
CASTELLANO
DX-TL930E
THIS INSTRUCTION MANUAL IS IMPORTANT TO YOU. PLEASE READ IT BEFORE USING YOUR DIGITAL RECORDER.
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Features
Unit with built-in, large-volume hard disk drive
This unit realizes high-resolution playback of over 400 horizontal lines thanks to digital technology using JPEG
compression. There are 5 user-selectable image quality settings. The main device also features a built-in, largevolume 30GB hard disk for both high reliability and high-speed operation. Users can select from 12 recording
intervals ranging from 25 frames-per-second to one frame per 8 seconds, and up to a maximum 2,197,000
frames can be recorded consecutively.
Built-in 9-input multiplexer functions
With the number of operational cameras increasing, the combination of unit and multiplexer has become standard.
In our pursuit of the high-quality image playback characteristic of digital recording and a way to make the recording
operation more ideal, we have included a versatile multiplexer capability in this unit.
• Camera switching and split-screen display
Throughout terminals for non-simultaneous connection of 9 cameras. Split-screen modes of Single screen, SPLIT
4, or SPLIT 9 screens for sequential display.
• Timer Program link function
Registration of 3 kinds of camera recording operation patterns.
User-specifiable alteration, through use of the timer recording program, of the number of operational cameras by
schedule.
• Electronic display enlargement function
Electronic display enlargement of user-selected areas within the currently displayed image. For example, display
enlargement of the cash payment counter using the main unit’s controls.
Non-stop recording capabilities and recording media
To handle applications requiring long-term storage of recorded images, this unit is capable of using supplementary
devices to create backups and copies without interrupting hard disk recording. Used in conjunction with the wide
selection of media, this unit can handle many different kinds of non-stop recording.
• ARCHIVE media
Backup capability using the recording devices available on the market – such as DDS, DVD-RAM, and MO – as its
supplementary peripheral recording device.
• Backup while recording
Backup and copying operations without interrupting the non-stop recording operation.
Convenient maintenance by using the Timer Program to designate the time of simultaneous backup operation; for
example, to create a complete backup on a given day of every week.
• Peripheral hard disk expansion
With 9-camera input capability, up to 3 peripheral hard disk drives (max. 132GB) can be added to supplement the
built-in hard disk when extended recording time is needed.
User-friendly operation
Because of the internal structural differences between standard Unit and time-lapse VCRs, there has been a
weakness in the area of intuitive operability. With consideration to this point, a control panel featuring the same
control key layout of time-lapse VCRs and a JOG /SHUTTLE have been used for this unit.
Versatile functions to support surveillance
• Audio recording function
1-channel PCM audio recording mode included. Along with clear surveillance images, clear audio quality of cash
register operation, customer conversations, etc.
• Image-alteration recognition function
Processing of each image recorded with this unit using a proprietary image-alteration recognition method.
• Versatile high-speed search operation
Easy searching using a proprietary searching algorithm. Options include searches through alarm input-time list,
designated days, skip/index searching, etc.
• Excellent expandability
Standard inclusion of RS-232C interface for remote PC control, and various control terminals. Flexible use even for
high-level security systems.
• Pre-alarm Recording function
Recording of images recorded before the alarm sensor detects disturbances. Enhanced surveillance effect through
the capture of the decisive moment before the alarm.
• 4-character year display
In consideration of the Y2K problem, a time-date generator using four characters for the year display is included.
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Caution and care
HEAVY OBJECTS SHOULD NEVER BE PLACED ON THE UNIT (E.G., TV)
NEVER TOUCH OR INSERT ANY OBJECT INSIDE THE UNIT
Touching the inside of the cabinet or inserting foreign objects of any kind not only creates a safety hazard
but can also cause extensive damage.
PROTECT THE MAINS LEAD
Damage to the mains lead may cause fire or shock hazard. If the mains cord is damaged, switch off the
mains outlet and carefully unplug the cord by holding the mains plug.
UNPLUG THE MAINS LEAD DURING A LONG ABSENCE
Turn off the power and unplug the mains lead during a long absence.
MAINTAIN GOOD VENTILATION
Do not obstruct the many ventilation holes on the unit. For maximum ventilation, leave some space
around the unit and place the unit on a hard level surface only, and ensure it is not covered during use.
Heavy objects should never be placed on the unit.
WHEN NOT IN USE
When you finish operating the unit always turn OFF the unit's POWER.
CABINET CARE
Never use petroleum-based cleaners. Clean with a soft cloth moistened with soap and water and wipe dry.
PVC cables or leads should not be left in contact with the cabinet surface for long periods.
ATTACHING THE FERRITE CORE
The ferrite core is essential to avoid radio interference from the cables connected the unit against peripheral device. Be sure to attach the ferrite core to all cables connected to POWER CORD, ALARM IN terminals (GND terminals) and I/O terminals.
INSTALLATION LOCATION
For excellent performance and lasting reliability install in a location that is:1.
Well ventilated, out of direct sunlight and away from direct heat.
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A solid vibration-free surface.
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Free from high humidity, excessive dust and away from magnetic fields.
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Please ensure that the ventilation fan located on the unit’s back panel is not blocked.
UNSUITABLE LOCATIONS
Placing the unit in the following places might shorten the product life:
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Extremely cold places, such as refrigerated warehouses and ice houses
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Places where excessive hydrogen sulfide is likely to be generated, such as hot-springs areas
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Places or locations with salt air environment.
WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPARATUS TO RAIN OR
MOISTURE. THIS APPARATUS MUST BE EARTHED.
MAINS LEAD CONNECTION
The mains lead on this Unit is fitted with a non-rewireable mains plug, incorporating a 5A fuse. If you need to
replace the fuse, use a 5A fuse approved by BSI or ASTA to BS 1362, ensuring you refit the fuse cover. If the mains
plug is not suitable for the sockets in your home, and you require to remove the plug, remove the fuse, cut off the
plug then dispose of the plug immediately, to avoid a possible electric shock hazard. To refit a new plug, follow
these instructions; Green-and-yellow: Earth, Blue: Neutral and Brown: Live.
As the colours in the mains lead of this Unit may not correspond with the coloured markings identifying the
terminals in your plug, proceed as follows.
•The wire which is coloured green-and-yellow must be connected to the terminal in the plug which is marked by the
letter E or by the safety earth symbol » or coloured green or green-and-yellow.
•The wire which is coloured blue must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter N or coloured
black.
•The wire which is coloured blown must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter L or coloured
red.
This Unit complies with the requirements of the EC Directive 89/336/EEC, “EMC Directive” , as amended
by Directive 93/68/EEC. The requirements for the susceptibility according to EN 55024 and the requirements for interference according to EN 55022 are observed for the operation on residential areas,
business, light industrial premises and in small scale enterprises, inside as well as outside of the
building. All places of operation are characterised by their connection to the public low voltage power
supply system.
This unit is manufactured in accordance with EN 60950.
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Features .................................................................... 2
Caution and care ...................................................... 3
Contents .................................................................... 4
Major operations and their functions ..................... 6
Front View ..................................................................... 6
Rear View ...................................................................... 8
I/O terminals .................................................................. 9
Basic Operations .................................................... 10
How to use JOG dial and SHUTTLE ring .................... 10
Setting the character size ............................................ 10
Exiting the menu .......................................................... 10
Setting the present time ............................................... 11
The daylight saving ...................................................... 11
Present time display ..................................................... 11
Storage space indicator function ................................. 12
Multiplexer functions .................................................... 12
Multiplexer buttons ...................................................... 12
Basic recordings .......................................................... 12
Setting the recording interval ....................................... 13
Changing the recording picture grade ......................... 13
Using the audio recording ........................................... 14
Basic playback ............................................................ 14
Basic searching function ............................................. 14
Time date search ......................................................... 14
Copying the data from HDD
to a copy device or an archive device ......................... 15
Connections ........................................................... 17
Connecting with CCTV camera, monitor, sensor ,the
electric power supply and the ferrite core ....................
Turning ON/OFF this Unit by peripheral source ..........
Attaching the ferrite core .............................................
Alarm Recording Connection ......................................
Connecting with peripheral recording devices .............
Type of peripheral devices to be connected ................
Usable cables ..............................................................
Connection when using 1 peripheral recording device
Connection when using several
peripheral recording devices .......................................
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Initial settings ......................................................... 19
When to install the extra hard disk drive
or change the ID number .............................................
When to remove the hard disk drive
after initializing the system ..........................................
Setting the capacity limit of the hard disk drive ...........
Confirming the connected device ................................
Setting this unit to delay the boot up time ...................
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Menu displays ........................................................ 21
MENU SETTING .........................................................
INFORMATION MENU ................................................
SEARCH SELECTION MENU ....................................
COPY SELECTION MENU .........................................
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How to set up .......................................................... 24
How to display menus ................................................. 24
Various settings ..................................................... 24
Setting Display Mode ..................................................
Setting character size ..................................................
Setting Display Position ...............................................
Setting Multiplexer functions .......................................
Setting Timer program .................................................
Setting recording functions ..........................................
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User set up operation ..................................................
Data Clear Selection ...................................................
Rear Terminal Setting (MODE OUT setting) ................
Capacity remain setting ...............................................
CALL OUT setting .......................................................
Buzzer setting ..............................................................
RS-232C setting ..........................................................
Service menu setting ...................................................
Power Failure list .........................................................
Resetting the Archive Pointer ......................................
Initializing menus .........................................................
Initial set up .................................................................
Clock setting ................................................................
Archive medium overwrite setting ...............................
HDD repeat recording .................................................
HDD repeat playback ..................................................
Auto-eject setting .........................................................
ARCHIVE DATA setting ...............................................
The <INFORMATION> menu ......................................
Showing the recorded period ......................................
Connected SCSI device ..............................................
Elapsed time display ...................................................
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Various recording settings .................................... 33
Various recording settings ...........................................
Recording Interval Setting ...........................................
Audio Recording ..........................................................
Estimated recording time <ESTD TIME> ....................
Recording picture grade setting ..................................
Alarm recording interval, Alarm recording duration
and Alarm recording picture grade setting ...................
Pre-alarm recording setting .........................................
Shot recording field .....................................................
Shot recording interval ...............................................
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Multiplexer functions ............................................. 36
Multiplexer functions .................................................... 36
Multiplexer buttons ...................................................... 36
How to use the ZOOM button ...................................... 36
How to use the camera number buttons ..................... 37
SPLIT/SEQUENCE button .......................................... 37
The functions of the SPLIT/SEQUENCE button, ZOOM
button and camera number buttons ............................ 37
Multiplexer settings ...................................................... 38
Camera usage setting ................................................. 38
Setting of Alarm recording camera .............................. 39
Displaying the title ....................................................... 39
Split screen settings .................................................... 39
SPLIT 9 setting ............................................................ 39
SPLIT 4 setting ............................................................ 40
SEQUENTIAL setting .................................................. 40
Picture grade of sequential display ............................. 41
Operation examples ............................................... 41
Operation example 1:
Simultaneous Backup using the Timer ........................
Operation example 2:
Endless Repeat recording ...........................................
Making copies as needed ............................................
Making backups as needed .........................................
Operation example 3 ...................................................
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Using the Timer ...................................................... 43
Setting the timer .......................................................... 43
Setting SPECIAL DW (special day of the week) ......... 44
Overlapping Timer settings .......................................... 45
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Alarm Recording ..........................................................
Alarm Recording operation ..........................................
Setting Alarm Recording ..............................................
Operations during Alarm Recording ............................
Alarm Recording time indicators .................................
Alarm Recording indicators .........................................
Operation after Alarm Recording .................................
Indexing Alarm Recording time ...................................
Alarm recording cameras ............................................
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Various recordings ................................................. 46
Basic Recordings ........................................................
Pre-alarm Recording ...................................................
Repeat Recording .......................................................
Operation when the hard disk drive becomes full .......
Series Recording .........................................................
Setting the Series Recording (for both units) ..............
Operation during Series Recording .............................
Shot Recording ............................................................
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Various playback .................................................... 49
Playing still frames ......................................................
Shuttle viewing ............................................................
Shuttle hold .................................................................
Direct shuttle viewing ..................................................
Frame-by-frame playback ...........................................
Reverse playback ........................................................
Changing playback intervals .......................................
High-speed fast-forward/high-speed rewind ................
Monitor display settings and playback operation .........
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Various search ........................................................ 50
Time date Search ........................................................
Index Search ...............................................................
How to count index signals ..........................................
Skip Search .................................................................
Alarm List Search ........................................................
Jump to Start point ......................................................
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Using peripheral devices ....................................... 51
SCSI ID number allocation .......................................... 51
Choosing among the devices ...................................... 51
Using the archive device/copy device ................. 51
Auto-eject at the completion of backup ....................... 54
Timer Backup .............................................................. 55
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Alarm Recording .................................................... 45
Other convenient functions .................................. 55
Power failure reset recording ......................................
Power failure time display ...........................................
Power failure compensation circuit ..............................
RESET button ..............................................................
Simple lock function ....................................................
PASSWORD LOCK function .......................................
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RS-232C settings .................................................... 57
RS-232C settings ........................................................ 57
Transmission speed .................................................... 57
Connecting to a personal computer ..................... 57
Connecting with a personal computer .........................
Connection via modem ................................................
Direct connection .........................................................
RS-232C terminal ........................................................
RS-232C cable ............................................................
Setting the communicating mode ................................
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Command codes .................................................... 58
Command code and status ......................................... 58
Example of Command operation ................................. 58
Details of the numbers ................................................ 59
Character Search ................................................... 69
Character Search ........................................................
Character Search commands ......................................
Characters can be used ..............................................
Sample operation ........................................................
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Recording time table .............................................. 71
Audio recording time table ........................................... 71
Without Audio recording .............................................. 71
Audio recording ........................................................... 71
Pre-alarm recording time table .................................... 71
Without Audio recording, recording duration is set to “LONG” .... 71
Without Audio recording, recording duration is set to “MIDDLE” . 71
Without Audio recording, recording duration is set to “SHORT” .. 72
Audio recording, recording duration is set to “LONG” ............ 72
Audio recording, recording duration is set to “MIDDLE” ........ 72
Audio recording, recording duration is set to “SHORT” ......... 72
Copying from the hard disk to the copy device ........... 51
Troubleshooting ..................................................... 73
Making copies ........................................................ 52
Restoring items
onto the hard disk from the copy device ......................
Restoring items from
the archive device to the hard disk ..............................
Manual setting of Copy range ....................................
Automatic settings for Copy range ..............................
Automatic adjustments of Copy range ........................
Procedure for setting “
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Making backups ..................................................... 53
Backup operation ........................................................
Cancelling Copy operation ..........................................
Restrictions during Backup Recording ........................
ARCHIVE button operation .........................................
Cancelling Backup operation .......................................
Individual settings during Backup operation ................
Choosing a backup system .........................................
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Glossary .................................................................. 74
Glossary ...................................................................... 74
Warnings and CALL OUT output .......................... 75
Warnings and their appropriate countermeasures ...... 75
Specifications ......................................................... 76
POWER ON/POWER OFF/ALARM IN/REC/
CLOCK ADJ Input terminal .......................................... 76
ALARM OUT/MODE OUT Output terminal .................. 76
CALL OUT Output terminal ......................................... 76
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Major operations and their functions
■ Front View
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JOG
DIGITAL RECORDER DX-TL930E
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SPLIT/SEQUENCE
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TIMER REC
REC
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REC
SHUTTLE
CLEAR/
REW
ENTER/
FF
ARCHIVE
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TIMER REC
ALARM REC
INFO
PRE ALARM REC
SET UP
COPY
SEARCH
ACCESS
LOCK
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1. POWER button
Press to turn the power on, press again to turn the
power off. This button lights/goes off when the power
is on/off. It flashes when switching between functions such as during setup. While the POWER button is flashing, all button related functions will not
work.
2. TIMER REC button
This button is pressed when a timer recording is to
be made. Press again to cancel a timer recording.
3. Recording indicators
TIMER REC indicator
Illuminates during timer recording and timer recording stand-by mode. The POWER button will not work
while the TIMER REC indicator is illuminating. To
turn on the power while the TIMER REC indicator is
illuminating, press the TIMER REC button to cancel
the timer recording stand-by mode and then press
the POWER button.
WARNING
RESET
USER B
SET UP
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STOP
PLAY DEVICE
PAUSE
REV PLAY
PLAY
SHUTTLE
HOLD
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MAIN
MENU
MODE
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ZOOM
Digital Multplex
& Record
POWER
4
EJECT
ARCHIVE
COPY
PLAY MODE
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Camera number button (1 to 9)
Press to display the image of the camera connected
to this unit on the monitor. In addition, this can be
used as the PASSWORD LOCK function key.
SPLIT/SEQUENCE button
Used to switch the display to the single screen, SPLIT
4 or SPLIT 9 screen. Also used to switch the sequence functions. Refer to page 37 for details.
ZOOM button
Pressing this button displays the Zoom in pointer (X)
on the monitor. Pressing 4 button (ZOOM IN) enlarges the selected part, and pressing 5 button
(ZOOM OUT) reduces the image. Pressing 6, 7, 8
or 9 button moves the image to the direction that the
pointer (X) moves. In addition, this can be used as
the PASSWORD LOCK function key.
ZOOM IN button (Camera number button 4)
Pressing this button after pressing the ZOOM button
enlarges the image in 2 steps.
ALARM REC indicator
Flashes during alarm recording and illuminates when
the alarm recording is finished.
ZOOM OUT button (Camera number button 5)
Pressing this button after pressing the ZOOM IN
button reduces the image.
PRE ALARM REC indicator
Illuminates during pre-alarm recording and pre-alarm
recording stand-by modes.
Move buttons (Camera number button 6 to 9)
Press these buttons to move the ZOOM POINTER
to desired position.
4. Multiplexer buttons
These buttons cannot be used with the LOCK function.
5. REC button
Press to begin recording. When pressed during oneshot recording stand-by mode, the one-shot recording will begin.
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Press to begin making backup. If there is no peripheral recording device connected, this button cannot
be used.
7. JOG and SHUTTLE operation
SHUTTLE ring
Used to set various menus and searching functions,
adjusting the playback speed, and rewinding or forwarding the image.
JOG dial
Used to set various menus and searching functions,
forwarding or reverseing the image during playback
(field-by-field).
8. MODE indicators
11. USER SET UP button A,B
One touch operation is available by assigning some
frequently used operations to these buttons.
12. WARNING RESET button
Used to clear a warning displayed on the monitor.
13. PLAY DEVICE button
Used to select a playback device. If there is no peripheral recording device connected, this button cannot be used.
EJECT button
Used to eject the medium of playback devices. Use
this button to eject the medium of peripheral recording devices connected to this unit. If there is no peripheral recording device connected, this button cannot be used.
ACCESS indicator
Flashes during accessing to hard disk drive or peripheral recording devices.
14. PLAY DEVICE indicators
LOCK indicator
Illuminates when the LOCK button is set to “ON”.
15. STOP button
9. LOCK button
Press this button to lock the unit. When pressed with
a ball point pen or similar object, keeps the operation buttons from functioning and locks the unit in
the current mode. Release the lock by pressing the
LOCK button again. This button also can be used
for PASSWARD LOCK function. Refer to page 56
for details.
10. MENU buttons
Press one of the buttons to display each menu.
Press again to exit the menu.
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6. ARCHIVE button
The indicator of the device selected by the PLAY
DEVICE button illuminates.
Press to stop recording or playback. When pressed
during alarm recording, the recording stops.
16. PAUSE button
When pressed during recording, the recording
pauses. Press again to resume recording. When
pressed during playback, a still picture is displayed.
SHUTTLE HOLD button
This button keeps the particular playback or reverse
playback speed depending on the degree to which
the SHUTTLE ring is turned. Refer to the page 49
for operating this button.
17. REV PLAY button
INFO button
Press this button to display the <INFORMATION>
menu.
SET UP button
Press this button to display the <MENU SETTING>
menu.
COPY button
Press this button to display the <COPY SELECTION> menu. This button does not work if the peripheral device is not connected to SCSI ID4 and
SCSI ID5.
Press to begin reverse playback.
18. PLAY MODE buttons
These buttons can be used to switch the playback
interval while in still mode and playback.
19. PLAY button
Press to begin playback.
SEARCH button
Press this button to display the <SEARCH SELECTION> menu.
COPY indicator
The Indicator will start to blink during Copy or Restore operation. Illuminates during copying.
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Major operations and their functions (continued)
■ Rear View
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IN
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MIC
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OUT
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Y/C
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GND
RS-232C
ALARM IN
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CLOCK ADJ
REC
POWER ON
POWER OFF
ALARM OUT
MODE OUT
CALL OUT
CALL OUT GND
GND
GND
DC 5V OUT
MAX 30mA
OUT
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OFF
SCSI
RESET TERMINATION
SCSI
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1. AUDIO connectors
AUDIO IN connector
Input connector for audio signal (RCA pin).
AUDIO OUT connector
Output connector for audio signal (RCA pin).
2. MIC jack
Input connector for microphone (600 ohm impedance).
3. CAMERA IN connectors
Input connector for images of camera (BNC connector).
4. CAMERA OUT connectors
Output connector for images of camera which is inputted into CAMERA IN (BNC connector).
5. VIDEO OUT connectors
Output connector for video signal (BNC connector).
S(Y/C) OUT connector
Output connector for separate Luminance and
Chrominance signal. Available to output the signal
with VIDEO OUT connector at the same time.
6. AC power socket
This socket connects to the power cord. Earth terminal is for safety. Use the 100 - 240V plug with
earth for the power of this unit. (Refer to #1)
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7. RS-232C socket
This terminal is used to connect to host device
with RS-232C terminal. This unit can be controlled by the other device through this terminal.
8. ALARM IN terminals
Input terminal for alarm signal.
GND terminals
Input earth terminal for ALARM IN terminal. Use
only the terminal screw for this unit. It may cause
damage or poor connection.
9. I/O terminals
Refer to the marginal notes on right side.
10. SCSI terminal
This terminal is for connecting this unit to other
peripheral recording devices.
11. RESET button
When pressed, the present time is erased and initialized, then the power is turned off.
SCSI TERMINATION switch
When setting to “ON”, the terminator function
works, and when setting to “OFF”, the function
stops. Set it to “ON” when not connecting the peripheral SCSI device.
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■ I/O terminals
GND terminals
The ground terminals for Input/Output terminals.
CLOCK ADJ terminal
Input terminal to set the present time display. Time display is adjusted to the nearest hour (00 minutes 00 seconds) when this terminal receives the CLOCK ADJ signal.
REC terminal
Input terminal to start recording. Also use for one-shot
recording.
POWER ON terminal
Input terminal to turn on this unit through a peripheral
device.
POWER OFF terminal
Input terminal to turn off this unit through a peripheral
device.
ALARM OUT terminal
Output terminal to indicate that the alarm recording is in
process.
MODE OUT terminal
Output terminal to indicate the unit’s current mode. Select the unit’s condition by MODE OUT setting in the
<REAR TERMINAL> menu.
CALL OUT terminal / CALL OUT GND terminal
This is the ISOLATION output terminal. (Refer to page
76.) Output terminal and its GND terminal to indicate the
information such as “HDD FULL”. Select the information by CALL OUT setting in the <REAR TERMINAL>
menu.
DC 5V OUT terminal
This terminal is for direct current voltage output. The
maximum electric current is 30mA.
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If the power cord has no earth terminal, consult your dealer to replace the code (with
charge). Do not connect the earth terminal
of a plug to gas pipe, water pipe, lightning
rod and so on.
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Basic Operations
■ How to use JOG dial and SHUTTLE ring
This unit is available to set the operating conditions on the
menu display, depending on the purpose. There are some
difference in the setting process between each menu. The
following explains the basic setting process which uses the
JOG dial and the SHUTTLE ring.
1. Make sure that the sub-item of the selected item is not
flashing and changed correctly.
• If the sub-item is flashing, that item is not entered. See
steps 4 on the left and enter the setting.
<TIME DATE DISPLAY>
2
DISPLAY MODE
LARGE
@CHARACTER SIZE
OFF
CLOCK LOCATION
♦ Setting the character size
Example: Setting the CHARACTER SIZE to “LARGE” (the
default setting is “SMALL”).
1. Press the SET UP button on the front of the Unit.
• The <MENU SETTING> menu will appear.
<MENU SETTING>
@TIME DATE DISPLAY
MPX FUNCTIONS
TIMER PROGRAM
2. Make sure that the cursor is set to the TIME DATE DISPLAY
and turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• Turning the SHUTTLE ring to the right displays the next
menu.
SHUTTLE ring
• To set additional settings or to confirm the settings, turning
the SHUTTLE ring once to the left displays the previous menu.
This operation is not available while the sub-item
is flashing.
<MENU SETTING>
@TIME DATE DISPLAY
MPX FUNCTIONS
TIMER PROGRAM
2. Turn the SHUTTLE ring twice to the left .
• The display will return to the present time display.
• Pressing the MENU button which is pressed to display the
MAIN MENU also returns the menu display to the present
time display.
INFO
SET UP
COPY
SEARCH
MENU
3. Turn the JOG dial to select the CHARACTER SIZE.
• Turning the JOG dial to the right moves the cursor downward.
Turning the JOG dial to the left moves the cursor upward.
JOG dial
4. Turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right to flash the sub-item.
INFORMATION
There are 4 different types of MAIN
MENU as shown below:
1) The <MENU SETTING> menu (press the SET
UP button to display the menu).
• The sub-item “SMALL” will start flashing.
<MENU SETTING>
@TIME DATE DISPLAY
MPX FUNCTIONS
TIMER PROGRAM
RECORDING SET UP
USER KEY
DATA CLEAR SELECTION
REAR TERMINAL
SERVICE
INITIAL SET UP
<TIME DATE DISPLAY>
2
DISPLAY MODE
SMALL
@CHARACTER SIZE
OFF
CLOCK LOCATION
While the sub-item is flashing, the menu display
will not disappear when you press the SET UP button.
5. Turn the JOG dial to change the sub-item to “LARGE”.
2) The <SEARCH SELECTION> menu (press the
SEARCH button to display the menu).
• The “LARGE” will start flashing.
<TIME DATE DISPLAY>
2
DISPLAY MODE
LARGE
@CHARACTER SIZE
OFF
CLOCK LOCATION
<SEARCH SELECTION>
@TIME DATE SEARCH
INDEX SEARCH
SKIP SEARCH
ALARM LIST SEARCH
JUMP TO START POINT
6.Turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right to enter the selection.
• The sub-item will stop flashing.
<TIME DATE DISPLAY>
2
DISPLAY MODE
LARGE
@CHARACTER SIZE
OFF
CLOCK LOCATION
3) The <INFORMATION> menu (press the INFO
button to display the menu).
♦ Exiting the menu
<INFORMATION>
@RECORDED PERIOD
CONNECTED SCSI DEVICE
The following explains how to exit the menu after its setting by using JOG dial and the SHUTTLE ring.
Example: Exiting the <TIME DATE DISPLAY> menu after
setting the character size.
<ELAPSED TIME>
MAIN
ARCHIVE
COPY
2H
0H
0H
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<COPY SELECTION>
@COPY DIRECTION HDD}COPY
OVERWRITE
OFF
TRANSFER PERIOD
A/B
FROM:09-06-99 18:43:52
TO:10-06-99 18:43:52
EXECUTE
OFF
Refer to “Menu displays” on pages 21 to 23 for
the construction of the menus.
♦ Setting the present time
The correct time is necessary for all your recordings. Please
follow steps below to set the present time.
Example: Setting the present time to 6:30 p.m., 15 March,
2000.
1. Press the SET UP button.
7. Turn the SHUTTLE ring to the left to enter the setting.
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4) The <COPY SELECTION> menu (press the
COPY button to display the menu).
• The display will return to the <INITIAL SET UP> menu.
♦ The daylight saving
Daylight saving time setting is available. The clock is put
forward one hour by setting the menu. The default setting
for this function is “OUT” . On the <TIME DATE ADJUST >
menu, move the cursor next to DAYLIGHT SAVING and
turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right. Turn the JOG dial to
flash “IN” (the daylight saving function is activating) and
turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right to enter the selection.
♦ Present time display
The following display will appear when this unit is turned
on. (When the DISPLAY MODE is set to “3”.)
Date
Month Year
Day of
the week Alarm recording number
01-01-2000 SAT A0001
00:00:00 25F
50% C1
• The <MENU SETTING > menu will appear.
Time
<MENU SETTING>
@TIME DATE DISPLAY
MPX FUNCTIONS
TIMER PROGRAM
2. Turn the JOG dial to select the INITIAL SET UP, and turn
the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• The <INITIAL SET UP> menu will appear.
<INITIAL SET UP>
@TIME DATE ADJUST
ARCHIVE OVERWRITE
HDD FULL
HDD PB REPEAT
AUTO EJECT
OFF
STOP
STOP
ON
3. Confirm that the cursor is next to the TIME DATE ADJUST,
and turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• The <TIME DATE ADJUST> menu will appear.
4. Turn the JOG dial to select the DATE, and turn the SHUTTLE
ring to the right.
• The sub-item of the DATE will start flashing.
<TIME DATE ADJUST>
DAYLIGHT SAVING
DATE
MONTH
YEAR
OUT
01
01
1999
5. Turn the JOG dial to set the date number to 01, and turn the
SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• The sub-item of the MONTH will start flashing.
<TIME DATE ADJUST>
DAYLIGHT SAVING
DATE
MONTH
YEAR
Camera number
Recorded capacity of the Hard Disk
Recording interval
Non-operation camera mark
Second
Minute
OUT
01
01
2000
6. Set the year, hour, 10 minute digit and minute digit in a
similar fashion.
• Seconds cannot be set.
• The date number will flash again when you turn the SHUTTLE
ring to the right after setting the minute.
Refer to “Setting Display Mode” on page 24 for
detailed settings of the display.
Alarm recording number will be displayed during
alarm recording.
If a picture of the camera which is not set to be
operated is displayed on the screen, Non-operation
Camera mark will be shown on the present time display.
The amount of space used in the HDD is displayed during recording. When recording is stopped,
this figure will not be displayed. (It will stay displayed
during PAUSE.) When recording is started again,
this figure will appear again after a few moments.
INFORMATION
This unit has a four-column year
display. It can display dates from January 1, 1999 to
December 31, 2029. It also has a built-in function to
automatically calculate leap years. After December
31, 2029, the date indicator will return to 1999.
INFORMATION
The on-screen clock can be reset
to the nearest hour, by applying a signal to the
CLOCK ADJ terminal. For example, if the current
time is 11:29:59, it will be reset to 11:00:00, and if
the current time is 11:30:00, it will be reset to
12:00:00.
<TIME DATE ADJUST>
DAYLIGHT SAVING
OUT
DATE
15
MONTH
03
YEAR
2000
TIME
18:30:00
T u r n t h e SHUTTLE RING
< < t o EXECUTE.
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Basic Operations (continued)
♦ Storage space indicator function
This unit is capable of constantly displaying the amount of
data recorded in the recording device designated on-screen
(i.e., the main unit or an archive device Glossary ).
Also, when the designated remaining amount has been
reached, the amount used (%) display will begin flashing.
In the case of the HDD, the percent displayed is the percentage relative to the entire HDD storage capacity as recognized in the MAIN HDD setting. In the case of the backup
device, the percentage is relative to the storage capacity
of the medium. The following settings are necessary to bring
these functions into effect.
1) On the <REAR TERMINAL> menu, use CAPACITY REMAIN to select the device and set the remaining capacity (refer to page 26).
2) On the <TIME DATE DISPLAY> menu, set the
DISPLAY MODE to “3” (refer to page 24).
3) Select one screen using the multiplexer buttons.
When using the multiple screen display, set the CH.
TITLE parameter on the <MPX FUNCTIONS> menu
to NONE (refer to page 39).
■ Multiplexer functions
You can use a part of multiplexer functions by using the
multiplexer buttons placed on front of the unit.
♦ Multiplexer buttons
1.Camera number buttons (1 to 9)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
By pressing the camera number buttons, you can
view the picture from the camera even it is not set
to be recorded.
2. SPLIT/SEQUENCE button
By pressing this button you can switch the display mode
from SPLIT 9 which has been set on the <SPLIT SCREEN
SETTING> menu, SPLIT 4 ( type a, b, or c), Single-screen
sequential and 4 screens sequential.
3. ZOOM button
When this button is pressed, the ZOOM POINTER (X) appears on the screen. By pressing this button, Camera
number buttons 4 to 9 change its function as follows:
4. ZOOM IN button (Camera numbner button 4)
Press this button after pressing ZOOM button, the displayed
picture will be enlarged by 2 steps: twice as large and 4
times as large as the original picture size. The enlarging
ratio will be displayed on the top left-hand corner of the
screen.
5. ZOOM OUT button (Camera numbner button 5)
Press this button anytime after operating ZOOM button and
ZOOM IN button, the picture size will be reduced in 2 steps
from the enlarged picture. The enlagement ratio will be
displayed on the top left-hand corner of the screen.
6. MOVE buttons (Camera numbner buttons 6 to 9)
By pressing these buttons you can move the ZOOM
POINTER (X). The picture will be enlarged/reduced from
this pointer in the centre. After enlarging reducing the size
of the picture, you can also move the whole picture by
pressing these buttons. For more details please refer to
“Multiplexer buttons” on page 36.
■ Basic recordings
SPLIT/SEQUENCE
ZOOM
0
6. MOVE buttons
5. ZOOM OUT button
4. ZOOM IN button
3. ZOOM button
2. SPLIT/SEQUENCE button
You cannot operate the multiplexer buttons when
the menu is displayed on screen. The multiplexer
functions does not work when the unit is accessing
the peripheral recording device or ARCHIVE button, COPY button or PLAY button is flashing.
1. Camera number buttons
By pressing these buttons, the images from cameras connected to CAMERA IN terminals at the rear of the unit will
be displayed on screen. If the images of the camera that is
not set to be operated is selected on the <CAMERA SETTING> menu , the Non-operattion camera mark will be displayed on screen.
The correct settings are necessary for your recordings. For
details of each setting, please refer to the following pages
of this instruction manual:
The <HDD FULL> menu setting: sets the movement of the unit when it runs out of the recording
capacity of HDD during recording. Please refer to
page 30, “HDD repeat recording” setting.
The <CAMERA SETTING> menu setting: sets
the cameras to be operated from all connected cameras for each camera usage. Please refer to page
38, “Camera usage setting”.
The <CAMERA USAGE> menu setting: chooses
and sets the camera usage from A, B or C on the
<CAMERA SETTING> menu. Please refer to page
38, “Camera usage setting”.
After confirming all settings of recording, please proceed
as written on the right.
09-06-2000 FRI
00:00:00 25F
Non-operation camera mark
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Example: Setting the recording interval to “12.5F” (the default setting is “25F”).
1. Turn the unit on after turning the peripheral recording device
on.
If the <DEVICE CHECK> menu appears at this
stage, the setting of the peripheral recording device may have been changed. For details please
refer to “When to install the extra hard disk drive or
change the ID number” on page 19.
2. Press the SET UP button to display the <MENU SETTING>
menu.
3. Turn the JOG dial to move the cursor ( ) to RECORDING
SET UP then turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
2. Turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right to flash the sub-item.
<RECORDING SET UP>
12.5F
REC INTERVAL
HIGH
@REC P.GRADE
OFF
AUDIO RECORDING
18H23M
<ESTD TIME>
3. Turn the JOG dial to display STANDARD then turn the
SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• The “STANDARD” is now selected.
<RECORDING SET UP>
12.5F
REC INTERVAL
STANDARD
@REC P.GRADE
OFF
AUDIO RECORDING
27H16M
<ESTD TIME>
By turning the JOG dial, the recording picture
grade setting will be changed as below:
HIGH
• The <RECORDING SET UP> menu appears.
SUPERIOR
STANDARD
<RECORDING SET UP>
25F
@REC INTERVAL
HIGH
REC P.GRADE
OFF
AUDIO RECORDING
9H11M
<ESTD TIME>
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♦ Setting the recording interval
LOW
BASIC
4. Check the estimated recording time.
4. Check that the cursor is next to the REC INTERVAL and
turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• After setting the recording interval, the <ESTD TIME> will
be displayed. By changing recording settings, <ESTD TIME>
will change its length of time (Alarm recording setting is not
concerned with this).
• The sub-item of REC INTERVAL will start flashing.
<RECORDING SET UP>
12.5F
REC INTERVAL
STANDARD
@REC P.GRADE
OFF
AUDIO RECORDING
27H16M
<ESTD TIME>
<RECORDING SET UP>
25F
@REC INTERVAL
HIGH
REC P.GRADE
OFF
AUDIO RECORDING
9H11M
<ESTD TIME>
The setting you are making here is only for the
normal recording, NOT for the timer recording and
the alarm recording. You need to make the timer recording settings and the alarm recording settings on
the <TIMER PROGRAM> menu. For details please
refer to “Various recording settings” on page 33.
5. Display 12.5F by turning the JOG dial then turn the
SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• The flashing will stop. Now the setting has been completed.
<RECORDING SET UP>
12.5F
@REC INTERVAL
HIGH
REC P.GRADE
OFF
AUDIO RECORDING
18H23M
<ESTD TIME>
The available recording time will be changed depending on the setting of the recording interval and
the recording picture grade. This estimated recording time display will include the additional HDD which
has been built to the Unit. The estimated time may
not show the exact time if the recording interval was
set to long. For available recording time, please refer to “Recording time table” on pages 71 and 72.
5. Press the SET UP button to go back to the present time
display.
• Press the camera number button and confirm if there is a
picture input to the CH you have selected to be recorded.
6. Press the REC button.
• The REC button starts illuminating and the recording starts.
• If you press the PAUSE button during recording, recording
will be in pause mode. To release it, press the pause button
again (this PAUSE button only works when built-in HDD is
selected as a playback device).
By turning the JOG dial, the setting will be changed as below:
25F
SHOT
12.5F
0.13F
8.33F
0.25F
6.25F
0.5F
4.17F
1F
Please refer to “Choosing among the devices”
on page 51 for selecting a playback device.
2.78F
1.56F
2.08F
7. Press the STOP button to stop recording.
• The REC button will stop illuminating.
♦ Changing the recording picture grade
Example: Setting the recording picture grade to “STANDARD” (the default setting is “HIGH”).
1. After step 5 of REC INTERVAL setting procedures above,
turn the JOG dial and move the cursor to “REC P. GRADE”.
This recording time lists recording times for
when the capacity of the built-in HDD is 30.0 GB.
Please note that alterations to the built-in HDD
may contribute to slightly longer recording times
than those listed on this recording time.
<RECORDING SET UP>
12.5F
REC INTERVAL
HIGH
@REC P.GRADE
OFF
AUDIO RECORDING
18H23M
<ESTD TIME>
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Basic Operations (continued)
♦ Using the audio recording
3. Press the PLAY button.
This unit can record an audio with an image. The following explains how to set the AUDIO RECORDING to “ON”
or “OFF”.
Example: Setting the AUDIO RECORDING to “ON” (the
default setting is “OFF”).
1. Press the SET UP button to display the <MENU SETTING>
menu.
2. Turn the JOG dial to select the RECORDING SET UP, and
turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• The <RECORDING SET UP> menu will appear.
<RECORDING SET UP>
@REC INTERVAL
REC P.GRADE
AUDIO RECORDING
25F
HIGH
OFF
3. Turn the JOG dial to select the AUDIO RECORDING, and
turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• The sub-item of the AUDIO RECORDING will start flashing.
<RECORDING SET UP>
25F
REC INTERVAL
HIGH
REC P.GRADE
OFF
@AUDIO RECORDING
9H11M
<ESTD TIME>
• After displaying the pausing image, playback will begin.
• The oldest recording of HDD will be played back when
pressing the PLAY button for the first time after the power is
turned on or the recording is finished. If you want to playback
the newest recorded data, press the REV PLAY button
BEFORE pressing the PLAY button after finishing recording.
4. Press the PAUSE button to pause playback.
• Press the PAUSE button again to resume playback.
The playback will stop automatically at the end of
HDD (if the extra hard disk drive is installed, the hard
disk drive of the biggest ID number) or the end of
the recorded part when the HDD PB REPEAT in the
INITIAL SET UP is set to “OFF”. The recorded data
is played back repeatedly when the HDD PB REPEAT is set to “REPEAT”. Refer to “HDD repeat
playback” on page 30 for details.
5. Press the STOP button to stop playback.
INFORMATION
When recording by using more than
one camera, the playback interval per camera will
be the time that multiplies the recording interval by
the number of the cameras.
■ Basic searching function
4. Turn the JOG dial to change the sub-item to ON, and turn
the SHUTTLE ring to the right to enter the selection.
• After entering the selection, the available recording time
and AUDIO INDICATOR will appear in the <ESTD TIME>.
AUDIO INDICATOR
<RECORDING SET UP>
25F
REC INTERVAL
HIGH
@REC P.GRADE
ON
AUDIO RECORDING
6H58M
<ESTD TIME>
Depending on the setting of the recording picture grade and the recording interval, the audio recording may not be available. If so, the Not audio
recordable mark “ ” will appear next to the <ESTD
TIME> in the <RECORDING SET UP> menu.
5. Turn the SHUTTLE ring to the left, or press the SET UP
button.
This unit has various functions for searching the specific
point of the data. The following explains the basic searching function, time date search. By using this function, you
can search the specified point of the data by setting the
date, hour, and minutes. Refer to pages 49 to 51 for the
other searching functions.
♦ Time date search
Example: To search a recording which was made on 17
May 2000, 9:25:40 p.m..
1. Press the SEARCH button to display the <SEARCH
SELECTION> menu.
2. Make sure that the cursor ( ) is set to the <TIME DATE
SEARCH> menu, and turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• The <TIME DATE SEARCH> menu will appear and the date
number will start flashing.
■ Basic playback
<TIME DATE SEARCH>
The recorded image can be played back in various ways.
In this Basic Operations, the most basic playback function
is explained. Refer to the pages shown below for the other
playback functions.
Please refer to page 49 for Various playback
functions.
1. Turn on the power of the connected peripheral recording
device , then turn this unit on.
2. Select the playback device.
• Press the PLAY DEVICE button on the front panel to select
the playback device. The indicator of the selected device will
illuminate. (The indicator will not switch when a peripheral
recording device is not connected.)
01-01-1999 00:00:00
EXECUTE OFF
To exit the <TIME DATE SEARCH> menu without activating the search, press the SEARCH button on the front of the unit.
3. Turn the JOG dial to set the date number to 17.
• Turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right. The next item will start
flashing.
<TIME DATE SEARCH>
17-01-2000 00:00:00
EXECUTE OFF
PLAY DEVICE
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• The sub-item “OFF” will start flashing.
<TIME DATE SEARCH>
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EXECUTE OFF
5. Turn the JOG dial to select “ON”.
<TIME DATE SEARCH>
■ Copying the data from HDD to a copy device
or an archive device
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4. Set the month, year, hour, 10 minutes digit, minute digit, 10
seconds digit and second digit in a similar fashion.
This unit can copy (all backup) the data which is recorded
on hard disk drive to an archive device media or a copy
device media. The following explains how to copy the data
manually.
Make sure that the peripheral recording device is
connected and set correctly before you start copying.
17-05-2000 21:25:40
EXECUTE ON
Turn the SHUTTLE RING
> > to EXECUTE.
1. Turn on the power of the peripheral recording device
connected to the unit.
2. Turn on the power of the unit.
6. Turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right to execute.
• The time date search will start and pause the playback
display at the specified time point (or the nearest point from
the specified time).
• The searched image will be displayed in SPLIT 9 screen.
1
7
5
8
Glossary
or a copy device
4. Press the COPY button.
• The <COPY SELECTION> menu will appear.
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3. Insert a media of an archive device
Glossary .
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9
If there is no recording or no data which is recorded on the date you have set, the time date
search will not be activated and the year number
will start flashing again.
If there is no data that is recorded on the time
you have set, the image which is recorded on the
nearest time from the time you have set will be displayed on the paused screen.
The time date search function may not work correctly depending on the condition of the recording.
7. To change the search image from SPLIT 9 screen to the
single screen, select the camera number by pressing the
CAMERA NUMBER button on the front of this unit.
5. Make sure that the cursor ( ) is next to the COPY
DIRECTION, and turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• The sub-item will be different depending on the connected
devices.
• Use JOG dial to choose the desired device to copy to and
turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right to enter the selection.
<COPY SELECTION>
@COPY DIRECTION HDD}COPY
OVERWRITE
OFF
TRANSFER PERIOD
A/B
FROM:29-01-01 09:25:24
6. Turn the JOG dial to move the cursor to OVERWRITE and
turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• The default setting is “OFF”. You have to select whether to
overwrite previous recorded data (ON) or copying from the
end of the recording exists on the media (OFF). Turn the JOG
dial to make the desired setting to flash, then turn the SHUTTLE
ring to the right to enter the selection.
<COPY SELECTION>
COPY DIRECTION HDD}COPY
@OVERWRITE
OFF
TRANSFER PERIOD
A/B
FROM:29-01-01 09:25:24
• The selected image will be shown on the Single screen mode.
17-05-2000 21:25:40
C1
<COPY SELECTION>
COPY DIRECTION HDD}COPY
@OVERWRITE
ON
TRANSFER PERIOD
A/B
FROM:29-01-01 09:25:24
INFORMATION
8. To play back the searched image.
• Press either the PLAY button or the PAUSE button.
Refer to page 49 for details on Various playback.
The following sub-items can be set
for the overwrite copying:
• If you set to “ON”, the copy will start from the very
beginning of the media.
• If you set to “OFF”, the copy will start from the end
of the recorded part of the media.
INFORMATION
Press the SEARCH button to clear
the <TIME DATE SEARCH> menu.
9. Press the STOP button to stop plasyback and still frame
mode.
• Press the SEARCH button, the display will revert to its
original state.
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Basic Operations (continued)
7. Set the TRANSFER PERIOD.
• Turn the JOG dial to move the cursor next to the “TRANSFER
PERIOD” then turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right. The subitem of “MAN” (manual) will start flashing.
<COPY SELECTION>
COPY DIRECTION HDD}COPY
OVERWRITE
OFF
@TRANSFER PERIOD
MAN
FROM:29-01-01 09:25:24
The following sub-item can be set
for the “TRANSFER PERIOD” of copying.
By turning the JOG dial, the sub-item will be changed
as below:
MAN
A/B
S/E
“MAN”: Set the start time and end time of copying
manually.
“A/B”: Copy data which is selected by USER KEY
(refer to “User set up operation” on page 25).
“S/E”: Copy all data from the device which is recognised as a device to copy from.
8. Turn the JOG dial to move the cursor to the start time, and
set the date, month, year, hour, minute and second of the data
to copy from.
• Turn the JOG dial to set the start time.
• Turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right to enter the selection.
@TRANSFER PERIOD
MAN
FROM:29-01-01 09:25:24
TO:29-01-01 09:25:24
EXECUTE
OFF
9. Turn the JOG dial to move the cursor to the stop time, and
set the date, month, year, hour, minutes and second of the
data to copy to.
• Turn the JOG dial to set the stop time.
• Turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right to enter the selection.
TRANSFER PERIOD
MAN
FROM:29-03-01 00:25:24
TO:29-03-01 01:25:24
EXECUTE
OFF
@
10. Set the cursor to EXCUTE and turn the SHUTTLE ring to
the right.
• The sub-item “OFF” will start flashing.
11. Turn the JOG dial to select “ON”.
TRANSFER PERIOD
MAN
FROM:29-03-01 00:25:24
TO:29-03-01 01:25:24
@EXECUTE
ON
T u r n t h e SHUTTLE RING
> > t o EXECUTE.
12. Turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right to start copying.
• Press the WARNING RESET button to stop copying.
INFORMATION
You can copy the data even during
recording.
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Connections
ENGLISH
■ Connecting with CCTV camera, monitor, sensor ,the electric power supply and the ferrite core
MONITOR
To S(Y/C) IN
terminal
To peripheral loudspeaker or monitor
through AUDIO IN terminal
CAMERA #1
One of either codes should
be connected.
Up to 9 cameras
To CAMERA IN 1
terminal
To
VIDEO OUT
or
S(Y/C) OUT
terminal
• ••
MICROPHONE
To MIC terminal
AUDIO
IN
MIC
1
2
3
4
CAMERA IN
5
6
7
8
9
VIDEO
OUT
1
2
3
4
CAMERA OUT
5
6
7
8
9
Y/C
OUT
GND
GND
ALARM IN
RS-232C
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
GND
CLOCK ADJ
REC
POWER ON
POWER OFF
ALARM OUT
MODE OUT
CALL OUT
CALL OUT GND
GND
GND
DC 5V OUT
MAX 30mA
To AUDIO OUT terminal
ON
OFF
SCSI
RESET TERMINATION
SCSI
Ferrite core
To GND
terminal
SENSOR #1
•
•
•
To ALARM IN terminal
corresponds to the
CAMERA #.
for U.K
for the Continent
POWER CORD
■ Turning ON/OFF this Unit by peripheral source
■ Attaching the ferrite core
By using POWER ON/POWER OFF terminal on I/O terminals, it is possible to turn on/off this unit externally. Turning
on/off this unit is related to the output of DC 5V OUT terminal
and this information can be transferred externally.
To avoid interference from the cables connected to the unit
against other apparatus, attach the ferrite core to all cables connected to the control terminal cables and ALARM
IN terminals (GND terminals) as indicated and place it as
close to the unit as possible. Use the ferrite core to bundle
together all of the cables connected to each terminal.
The relationship between POWER ON/POWER OFF terminal, DC 5V OUT terminal and turning on/off this unit is shown
in the diagram. Please use suitable peripheral devices to connect with this unit.
Using POWER ON terminal
POWER ON
terminal
Unit's
power
ground
power on
power off
boot power on
up
shut down
DC 5V OUT
(4.5-5.5V
Max.30mA)
DC 5V
0V
Using POWER OFF terminal
To the other apparatus
POWER OFF
terminal
Unit's
power
ground
power on
power off
shut down
DC 5V OUT
(4.5-5.5V
Max.30mA)
DC 5V
0V
Tie cables at the band
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Connections (continued)
■ Alarm Recording Connection
Example: When using the alarm switch corresponding to camera number 1.
GND
GND
CLOCK ADJ
REC
POWER ON
POWER OFF
ALARM OUT
MODE OUT
CALL OUT
CALL OUT GND
GND
GND
DC 5V OUT
MAX 30mA
peripheral alarm lamp
or buzzer
GND
ALARM IN
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Warning concerning connections
A terminator is necessary to maintain proper electrical
connections to the peripheral devices. Please make
sure that the terminator is always attached to the last
peripheral device. (Depending on the device, the terminator may be built into the device. In this case, please
set the built-in terminator correctly.) Please use an active terminator for SCSI.
♦ Connection when using several peripheral
recording devices
AUDIO
IN
MIC
1
alarm switch
1
2
2
CAMERA IN
5
3
4
3
CAMERA OUT
4
5
6
7
8
6
7
8
9
VIDEO
OUT
9
Y/C
GND
GND
ALARM IN
■ Connecting with peripheral recording devices
RS-232C
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
GND
CLOCK ADJ
REC
POWER ON
POWER OFF
ALARM OUT
MODE OUT
CALL OUT
CALL OUT GND
GND
GND
DC 5V OUT
MAX 30mA
OUT
By connecting peripheral recording devices to the main unit
through its SCSI interface (SCSI-II half-pitch 50-pin), storage
space can be increased and archive and copying functions
can be performed. Please consult with your retailer for information regarding which peripheral recording devices can be
used.
Make sure to turn off this Unit when connecting with
peripheral recording devices.
♦ Type of peripheral devices to be connected
Peripheral devices that can be connected to this unit include
hard disk drives (HDD), DDS drives (DDS-2, DDS-3), magneto-optical disks (640MB MO, overwriteable), etc. When the
unit is connected to peripheral devices, its PLAY DEVICE button can be used to eject media from a designated device. Response may be slow depending on the type of peripheral device used. In this case, the indicator light on the designating
playback device will begin flashing; other operations cannot
be performed when in this condition. Resume operation only
after the playback device’s indicator light illuminate. Please
use the unit’s PLAY DEVICE button even if the peripheral device is equipped with its own eject button.
When using a DDS Drive, use DDS-1, DDS-2 or
DDS-3 cartridge. Please do not use any other medium
of recording such as DAT cassette for music, etc.
♦ Usable cables
Connections between the unit and its peripherals are made
using SCSI cables available on the market. As SCSI cables
differ with each connecting device, please check for the appropriate pin arrangement before use. Please consult with your
retailer with regard to the length of usable cables.
♦ Connection when using 1 peripheral recording
device
AUDIO
IN
3
4
CAMERA IN
5
6
7
8
3
4
CAMERA OUT
5
6
7
8
MIC
1
2
1
2
9
VIDEO
OUT
9
Y/C
ALARM IN
RS-232C
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
GND
CLOCK ADJ
REC
POWER ON
POWER OFF
ALARM OUT
MODE OUT
CALL OUT
CALL OUT GND
GND
GND
DC 5V OUT
MAX 30mA
GND
ON
SCSI
Peripheral
recording
SCSI cable device
Terminator
SCSI cable
Please set the SCSI ID number to suit the use/purpose of the peripheral recording device. Refer to the
operation manual of each peripheral recording device
for setting the SCSI ID Number.
Connected
device
Purpose
0
Built-in HDD
Recording
1
HDD
2
HDD
3
HDD
4
DDS/RDD
Archive
Will be recognized as an archive device.
5
DDS/RDD
Copy
Will be recognized as a copy device.
SCSI ID
Number
Notes
HDD expansion/ Maximum recording capacity is 34GB
HDD recording per unit.
* RDD: Abbreviation of removable disk drive.
Select a disk drive which can eject the recording medium.
* HDD: Abbreviation of hard disk drives.
Please use those which include self-defect capabilities.
* DDS: Abbreviation of digital data storage.
Select a recording medium which uses tape.
* When hard disk drives are connected to ID1, ID2, or ID3, the displayed estimates
of recording time will include the expanded memory. When storage capacity is
expanded to its maximum, however, there will be instances where the times set
for long recording intervals are not displayed correctly.
INFORMATION
Please use the devices we have recommended for this unit’s peripheral recording devices.
Please consult with your retailer for details.
INFORMATION
OUT
GND
OFF
SCSI
RESET TERMINATION
SCSI
terminal
ON
Storage capacity is indicated in
gigabytes (GB). (1GB = 1000 x 1000 x 1000 bytes.)
OFF
SCSI
RESET TERMINATION
SCSI
Terminator
SCSI
terminal
SCSI cable
Peripheral
recording
device
For details of functions of the archive device and
the copy device, please refer to “Glossary” on page
74.
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■ When to install the extra hard disk drive or
change the ID number
■ When to remove the hard disk drive after
initializing the system
Example: When to install the 9GB hard disk drive to ID1.
1. Press the POWER button.
When the power of the unit is turned on , the unit
will automatically detect peripheral recording devices
connected to its SCSI terminal Glossary . The system
must be initialized each time hard disks are added or
erased, connections are made, ID numbers are altered,
etc.
1. Press the POWER button.
• If the change is recognized, the screen below will appear.
<DEVICE CHECK>
SCSI ID0:HDD(30GB)
ID1:HDD( 9GB)
ID2:NONE
ID3:NONE
ID4:NONE
ID5:NONE
@PWR-OFF
INITIALIZE
BOOT UP DELAY
00
ENGLISH
Initial settings
• The screen below will appear. It will not appear when you
remove the DDS or RDD which is connected to ID4 or ID 5.
ID5:RDD
@PWR-OFF
CONFIG.
BOOT UP DELAY
00
2. Make sure that the connected device is recognized correctly.
3. Turn the JOG dial to select “CONFIG.”, and turn the
SHUTTLE ring to the right twice.
When CONFIG. is selected, the unit will save the
data recorded on the connected peripheral recording
device (which has not been removed) as well as the
data recorded on the built-in HDD. Data recorded on a
removed peripheral recording device is not affected.
4. The unit will start setting up.
■ Setting the capacity limit of the hard disk drive
2. Make sure that the connected device is recognized correctly.
• If the connected device is not displayed correctly, make
sure that the cursor is set to POWER OFF and turn the
SHUTTLE ring twice to the right. The power of this unit will
be turned off. Make sure that the connection of the external
device and the setting of the SCSI ID number is correct.
<DEVICE CHECK>
SCSI ID0:HDD(30GB)
ID1:HDD( 9GB)
ID2:NONE
ID3:NONE
ID4:NONE
ID5:NONE
@PWR-OFF
INITIALIZE
BOOT UP DELAY
00
You cannot make a backup of all the recorded data at one
time if the recorded capacity of the hard disk drive is larger
than the capacity of the archive device medium. You can
set the limitation of the recorded capacity of the hard disk
drive in order to make a backup of all the recorded data at
one time.
Example: Setting the limitation of the hard disk drive capacity to 4GB.
1. Press the POWER button while pressing the REC button to
turn the power on.
• The <DEVICE CHECK> menu will appear.
3. Turn the JOG dial to select INITIALIZE.
ID5:NONE
PWR-OFF
@INITIALIZE
BOOT UP DELAY
00
<DEVICE CHECK>
SCSI ID0:HDD(30GB)
ID1:HDD( 9GB)
ID2:NONE
ID3:NONE
ID4:NONE
ID5:NONE
@LIMIT
OFF
INITIALIZE
BOOT UP DELAY
00
4. Turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• Turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right when the “Turn the
SHUTTLE RING >> to EXECUTE.” is displayed.
The unit will initialize its system when data is erased
from either its built-in hard disk or hard disks connected
to ID0 through ID3. Data is not erased from hard disks
connected to ID4 and ID5.
If the screen below appears after performing Step
1, it is possible that there is either a poor connection,
overlapping SCSI ID numbers, or an error in SCSI ID
number settings. In this case, turn the SHUTTLE ring
twice in the clockwise direction. Main power to the unit
will turn off; please then check the connection and SCSI
ID settings.
ID4:RDD
ID5:DDS
@PWR-OFF
BOOT UP DELAY
00
2.Turn the JOG dial to select LIMIT, and turn the SHUTTLE
ring to the right.
ID5:RDD
@LIMIT OFF
INITIALIZE
BOOT UP DELAY
00
3. Turn the JOG dial to select the desired capacity, and turn
the SHUTTLE ring to the right to enter the selection.
The sub-items of the capacity limit are as follows:
“OFF”: The hard disk drive capacity will not be limited.
“2GB”, “4GB”, “12GB”, “25GB”: Limit recorded capacity of HDD(hard disk drive) to 2GB, 4GB, 12GB, 25GB.
The CALL OUT signal will be emitted when the recorded
capacity reaches the preset amount.
You can set the capacity limit to “32GB” when you install the extra hard disk drive.
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Initial settings (continued)
4. Turn the JOG dial to move the cursor to INITIALIZE, and
turn the SHUTTLE ring twice to the right .
ID5:RDD
LIMIT 4GB
@INITIALIZE
BOOT UP DELAY
00
Turn the SHUTTLE RING
> > to EXECUTE.
The unit will initialize its system when data is erased
from either its built-in hard disk or hard disks connected
to ID0 through ID3. Data is not erased from hard disks
connected to ID4 and ID5. Press the Power button when
you wish to exit this screen without initializing data.
Settings, however, will not be altered.
When you wish to reset storage capacity limits, first
turn off the main power, then, keeping the REC button
pressed, turn on the main power again. The <DEVICE
CHECK> menu will appear, and settings can then be
altered.
5. The unit will start setting up.
■ Confirming the connected device
1. Press the INFO button.
• The <INFORMATION> menu will appear.
2. Turn the JOG dial to select CONNECTED SCSI DEVICE.
<INFORMATION>
RECORDED PERIOD
@CONNECTED SCSI DEVICE
2. Turn the JOG dial to select BOOT UP DELAY, and turn the
SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• The sub-item of the BOOT UP DELAY will start flashing.
ID5:RDD
LIMIT OFF
INITIALIZE
@BOOT UP DELAY
00
3. Turn the JOG dial to set the delay time, and turn the
SHUTTLE ring to the right to enter the selection.
• You can set up to 99 seconds.
ID5:RDD
LIMIT OFF
INITIALIZE
@BOOT UP DELAY
10
When BOOT UP DELAY is set and timer recording
is performed, the unit will begin recording later than
the time set as the recording time.
4. Press the POWER button.
• The power of this unit will be turned off.
5. Press the POWER button again.
• This unit will start setting up after the preset delayed time
has passed.
If a different peripheral recording device was connected from the last time the unit was booted up, the
<DEVICE CHECK> menu will appear.
3. Turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• The <CONNECTED SCSI DEVICE> menu will appear.
<CONNECTED SCSI DEVICE>
SCSI ID0:HDD(30GB)
ID1:HDD( 9GB)
ID2:NONE
ID3:NONE
ID4:NONE
ID5:NONE
LIMIT
4GB
Parameters for ID4 and ID5 will display “NONE”
when no archive or copying devices are connected to
the unit.
■ Setting this unit to delay the boot up time
Because the unit searches for connected devices when power
is turned on, peripheral devices must be turned on before power
is turned on to the digital recorder. To handle peripherals which
take a long time to start up, the unit can be preset to delay the
timing of its search for these devices.
1. Press the POWER button while pressing the REC button to
turn the power on.
• The <DEVICE CHECK> menu will appear.
<DEVICE CHECK>
SCSI ID0:HDD(30GB)
ID1:HDD( 9GB)
ID2:NONE
ID3:NONE
ID4:NONE
ID5:NONE
@LIMIT
OFF
INITIALIZE
BOOT UP DELAY
00
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Menu displays
ENGLISH
■ MENU SETTING
You can set the basic settings for using this unit in the MENU SETTING. Refer to pages shown below for details.
During playback, recording, pre-alarm recording stand-by mode and accessing peripheral recording device,
you cannot change setting of some MENUs.
SUB MENU (1)
SUB MENU (2)
<TIME DATE DISPLAY>
@DISPLAY MODE
2
CHARACTER SIZE
SMALL
CLOCK LOCATION
OFF
ex.<MODE 2>
01-01-1999 FRI
00:00:00 25F
♦ TIME DATE DISPLAY page 24
MAIN MENU
SET UP
<MENU SETTING>
@TIME DATE DISPLAY
MPX FUNCTIONS
TIMER PROGRAM
RECORDING SET UP
USER KEY
DATA CLEAR SELECTION
REAR TERMINAL
SERVICE
INITIAL SET UP
<MPX FUNCTIONS>
@CAMERA USAGE
A
CAMERA SETTING
SPLIT SCREEN SETTING
SPLIT P.GRADE
SHARP
SEQUENTIAL
ALARM REC CH.
SEP.
CH.TITLE
CH.NO
<CAMERA SETTING>
CH ABC TITLE
@1 &&& . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 &&- . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 &&- . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 &&- . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 &-- . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 &-- . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 &-- . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 &-- . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 &-- . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ♦ CAMERA SETTING page 38-39
<SPLIT SCREEN SETTING>
@SPLIT9
123
456
789
SPLIT4a
12
34
♦ MPX FUNCTIONS page 12,36
<TIMER PROGRAM>
@SELECTED PATTERN
SETTING P1
SETTING P2
SETTING P3
P1
♦ TIMER PROGRAM page 43
<RECORDING SET UP>
@REC INTERVAL
REC P.GRADE
AUDIO RECORDING
<ESTD TIME>
A-REC INTERVAL
A-REC DURATION
A-REC P.GRADE
PRE A-REC
ONESHOT•FIELD
ONESHOT•INTERVAL
25F
HIGH
OFF
9H11M
25F
1M
HIGH
OFF
1
SHOT
♦ RECORDING SET UP page 12-14
page 33-35
SPLIT4b
SPLIT4c
56
78
12
39
♦ SPLIT SCREEN SETTING page 39-40
<SEQUENTIAL>
CH.@ 1
SEQ. 1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
SPLIT4
abc
TIME 1S
1S
1S
1S
1S
1S
1S
1S
1S
1S
♦ SEQUENTIAL page 40
<TIMER PROGRAM>
DW
START
END
MODE
@ ––– ––:–– ––:–– ––––––
2 ––– ––:–– ––:–– ––––––
3 ––– ––:–– ––:–– ––––––
4 ––– ––:–– ––:–– ––––––
5 ––– ––:–– ––:–– ––––––
6 ––– ––:–– ––:–– ––––––
7 ––– ––:–– ––:–– ––––––
8 ––– ––:–– ––:–– ––––––
SPECIAL DW:SUN–SAT
♦ TIMER PROGRAM page 43
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21
Menu displays (continued)
SUB MENU (1)
<USER KEY>
@SELECTED PATTERN 1
A
B
1 COPY-A
COPY-B
2 CLEAR OSD PRE A-REC
3 CLEAR OSD NONE
4 NONE
PRE A-REC
5 NONE
NONE
♦ USER KEY page 25
SUB MENU (2)
<DATA CLEAR SELECTION>
@COPY DATA CLEAR
OFF
ARCHIVE DATA CLEAR
OFF
HDD DATA CLEAR
OFF
<CALL OUT>
HDD(ID:0-3)
@ARCHIVE(ID:4)
♦ DATA CLEAR SELECTION
page 26
♦ CALL OUT
FULL
NONE
MAIN MENU
SET UP
<MENU SETTING>
TIME DATE DISPLAY
MPX FUNCTIONS
TIMER PROGRAM
RECORDING SET UP
@USER KEY
DATA CLEAR SELECTION
REAR TERMINAL
SERVICE
INITIAL SET UP
<REAR TERMINAL>
@MODE OUT
REC
CAPACITY REMAIN HDD-10%
CALL OUT
BUZZER
KEY
RS-232C SETTING
♦ REAR TERMINAL
page 26
<SERVICE>
@POWER FAILURE
ARCHIVE POINT RESET
MENU INITIALIZE
♦ SERVICE
OFF
OFF
page 28
<INITIAL SET UP>
@TIME DATE ADJUST
ARCHIVE OVERWRITE
HDD FULL
HDD PB REPEAT
AUTO EJECT ARCHIVE DATA
♦ INITIAL SET UP
OFF
STOP
STOP
ON
ALL
page 11
page 27
<RS-232C SETTING>
@TRANSMISSION RATE
DATA BIT LENGTH
PARITY BIT
STOP BIT LENGTH
DELIMITER
♦ RS-232C SETTING
1200Ł
8BIT
NONE
1BIT
CR
page 57
<POWER FAILURE>
No.
DATE
TIME
INFO.
02
24-01-99 12:00 PW-LOS
01
23-01-99 20:00 PW-LOS
♦ POWER FAILURE
page 28
<TIME DATE ADJUST>
OUT
@DAYLIGHT SAVING
01
DATE 01
MONTH
1999
YEAR
00:00:00
TIME
T u r n t h e SHUTTLE RING
<< t o EXECUTE.
♦ TIME DATE ADJUST
page 11
■ INFORMATION MENU
SUB MENU (1)
<RECORDED PERIOD>
MAIN DEVICE:
FROM 05-03-99 12:00:00
TO 14-03-99 12:30:00
ARCHIVE DEVICE:
- : : FROM
TO
- : :
COPY DEVICE:
FROM FF-FF-FF FF:FF:FF
TO FF-FF-FF FF:FF:FF
MAIN MENU
INFO
<INFORMATION>
@RECORDED PERIOD
CONNECTED SCSI DEVICE
<ELAPSED TIME>
MAIN
ARCHIVE
COPY
♦ INFORMATION
♦ ELAPSED TIME
**
** **
** **
** **
** **
** **
**
♦ RECORDED PERIOD page 31
0H
0H
0H
page 31
page 32
<CONNECTED SCSI DEVICE>
SCSI ID0:HDD(30GB)
ID1:NONE
ID2:NONE
ID3:NONE
ID4:NONE
ID5:NONE
LIMIT
OFF
♦ CONNECTED SCSI DEVICE page 32
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SUB MENU (1)
SUB MENU (2)
<TIME DATE SEARCH>
09-06-1999 04:10:20
SEARCHING...
<TIME DATE SEARCH>
09-06-1999 04:10:20
EXECUTE
T u r n t h e SHUTTLE RING
> > t o EXECUTE.
♦ TIME DATE SEARCH
SEARCH
page 14
<INDEX SEARCH> 01 I n p u t INDEX DATA.
T u r n t h e SHUTTLE RING
<< o r >> t o SEARCH.
MAIN MENU
<SEARCH SELECTION>
@TIME DATE SEARCH
INDEX SEARCH
SKIP SEARCH
ALARM LIST SEARCH
JUMP TO START POINT
♦ INDEX SEARCH
<INDEX SEARCH>01
SEARCHING...
page 50
<SKIP SEARCH>
T u r n t h e SHUTTLE RING
<< o r >> t o SEARCH.
♦ SKIP SEARCH
ENGLISH
■ SEARCH SELECTION MENU
<SKIP SEARCH>
SEARCHING...
page 50
<ALARM LIST SEARCH>
@No.
DATE
TIME
C
0001
13-12-99 19:11:00 1
♦ ALARM LIST SEARCH
page 50-51
<JUMP TO START POINT>
T u r n t h e SHUTTLE RING
>> t o EXECUTE.
♦ JUMP TO START POINT page 51
■ COPY SELECTION MENU
MAIN MENU
COPY
SUB MENU(1)
<COPY SELECTION>
@COPY DIRECTION HDD}COPY
OVERWRITE
OFF
TRANSFER PERIOD
MAN
FROM:29-01-01 00:25:24
TO:28-02-01 13:25:29
EXECUTE
OFF
♦ COPY DIRECTION
♦ OVERWRITE
♦ TRANSFER PERIOD
<COPY SELECTION>
COPY DIRECTION HDD}COPY
OVERWRITE
OFF
@TRANSFER PERIOD
S/E
FROM:29-01-01 00:25:24
TO:28-02-01 13:25:29
EXECUTE
OFF
GET S/E information.
Turn the SHUTTLE RING
> > to EXECUTE.
page 51-52
page 51-52
page 52
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How
to set up
Various
settings
How to set up / Various settings
■ How to display menus
■ Setting Display Mode
As shown in the menu displayed on pages 21 to 23, the
menus are divided into several layers. The following steps
show how to display the desired the menu on the screen.
Type and setting of display.
When any of the menu displays are shown on the
screen, the SPLIT/SEQUENCE button, the Camera
number button and the ZOOM button do not work.
1. Find the menu you want to view from the menu overview on
pages 21 to 23.
2. When the menu you want to view is under:
Display Mode
1
2
Date, Day of the week, Present time,
Recording interval, Camera number
display
3
Date, Day of the week, Present time,
Recording interval, Camera number
display, Recording capacity of HDD
will be displayed.
4
No indication (When alarm signal is input,
Date, Day of the week, Present time,
Recording interval will be displayed.)
5
No indication (When warning signal
is input, warning indicator will be
displayed.)
6
No indication
• The <MENU SETTING> menu, press the SET UP button on
the front panel of this unit.
▲
<MENU SETTING>
TIME DATE DISPLAY
MPX FUNCTIONS
TIMER PROGRAM
RECORDING SET UP
USER KEY
DATA CLEAR SELECTION
REAR TERMINAL
SERVICE
INITIAL SET UP
SET UP
• The <SEARCH SELECTION> menu, press the SEARCH
button on the front panel of this unit.
Display
Date, Present time,Camera number
display
Sample
09-06-1999 11:39:10 C1
09-06-1999 WED
11:39:10 12.5F
C1
09-06-1999 WED
11:39:10 12.5F 99% C1
Display mode 2 to 5 are only available when single screen is displayed or
"CH. TITLE" is set to "NONE" on the <MPX DISPLAY> menu.
Example: Selecting “Display Mode 3” (the default setting
is “Display Mode 2”).
1. Display the <MENU SETTING> menu on the screen. Check
the cursor is next to TIME DATE DISPLAY and turn the
SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• The <TIME DATE DISPLAY> menu appears.
<SEARCH SELECTION>
TIME DATE SEARCH
INDEX SEARCH
SKIP SEARCH
ALARM LIST SEARCH
JUMP TO START POINT
▲
SEARCH
2. Check that the cursor is next to “DISPLAY MODE” and turn
the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• The sub-item will start flashing.
3. Turn the JOG dial until “3” flashes and turn the SHUTTLE
ring to the right.
• The <INFORMATION> menu, press the INFO button on the
front panel of this unit.
▲
<INFORMATION>
RECORDED PERIOD
CONNECTED SCSI DEVICE
<ELAPSED TIME>
MAIN
10000H
ARCHIVE
10000H
COPY
10000H
INFO
• The <COPY SELECTION> menu, press the COPY button on
the front panel of this unit.
<TIME DATE DISPLAY>
@DISPLAY MODE
2
CHARACTER SIZE
SMALL
<TIME DATE DISPLAY>
@DISPLAY MODE
3
CHARACTER SIZE
SMALL
4. Turn the SHUTTLE ring to the left or press the SET UP
button.
♦ Setting character size
Refer to page 10 “Basic Operations” for the setting of character size.
♦ Setting Display Position
▲
<COPY SELECTION>
COPY DIRECTION
HDD}COPY
OVERWRITE
OFF
TRANSFER PERIOD
MAN
FROM:09-06-99
02:59:12
TO:09-06-99
03:59:12
EXECUTE
OFF
COPY
1. Display the <TIME DATE DISPLAY > menu as described in
STEPS 1 and 2 written on the left.
2. Turn the JOG dial until the cursor is next to “CLOCK
LOCATION” and turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• The sub-item will start flashing.
Then, the main menu of each category will be shown on
the screen.
3. Turn the JOG dial until the cursor ( ) is next to the desired
item and turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right to show its setting.
• Please refer to the relevant section of this manual for the
detailed setting of each menu.
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• The monitor display switches to the display position setting
menu.
<TIME DATE DISPLAY>
DISPLAY MODE
2
CHARACTER SIZE
SMALL
@CLOCK LOCATION
OFF
<TIME DATE DISPLAY>
DISPLAY MODE
2
CHARACTER SIZE
SMALL
@CLOCK LOCATION
ON
4. Turn the JOG dial until the present time display moves to
the desired position.
• The present time display moves to the right when turning
the JOG dial to the right. When the time display reaches the
right edge of the screen, it goes down to the next line.
• The time display moves to the left when turning the JOG
dial to the left. When the time display reaches the left edge
of the screen, it goes up to the next line.
1)
Turn the JOG dial to
the right to move the
display to the right.
- : :
2)
- : :
3)
By continuing to turn the
JOG dial, the screen will
scroll to its rightmost border.
After the screen has been
moved to its rightmost
border, it will move down
one level.
-
5. When the time display reaches the desired position, turn
the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
The display position can be changed when the
setting of “CH. TITLE” in the <MPX FUNCTIONS>
menu is as follows:
• When set to “NONE”, the display position can be
changed on single-screen, SPLIT 4 and SPLIT 9
screen.
• When set to “CH.NO” the display position can be
changed on single screen only.
If “TITLE” is selected, the display position cannot
be changed.
■ Setting Multiplexer functions
Refer to page 12, “Multiplexer functions” for details.
■ Setting Timer program
Pattern USER KEY A USER KEY B
Settings
Set the start point of copy by USER
KEY A and end point by USER KEY B.
1
COPY START COPY END
2
OSD CLEAR
3
OSD CLEAR
(NONE)
4
(NONE)
PRE-ALARM
RECORDING
Turn OSD (On Screen Displays) ON/OFF
by USER KEY A. Turn pre-alarm recording
ON/OFF by USER KEY B.
Turn OSD (On Screen Displays) ON/OFF
by USER KEY A.
Turn pre-alarm recording
ON/OFF by USER KEY B.
5
(NONE)
(NONE)
No setting for USER KEYs.
PRE-ALARM
RECORDING
ENGLISH
3. Turn the JOG dial until “ON” flashes and turn the SHUTTLE
ring to the right.
During playback, press button A at the point you
want to start copying. Likewise, press button B at
the point you want to end copying. After this setting, the display as shown below appears on the
screen. To avoid an error on copy setting, make sure
to set the start point to copy before setting the end
point.
09-06-1999 WED
16:33:21 25F
25% C1
}A:28-05-1999 16:33:21
B:28-05-1999 16:40:21
INFORMATION
OSD indicates characters shown
on the screen. If you choose “SELECTED PATTERN
2” and press button A, the present time display and
camera number will be cleared from the screen.
Press button A or any other button once to show the
display back to the screen. You can turn pre-alarm
on/off by pressing button B, if you set PRE A-REC
to other than “OFF”. By pressing button B, the prealarm is set to on and the pre-alarm rec indicator
illuminates.
Example: Setting USER KEY to “3” (the default setting is
“1”).
1. Display the <MENU SETTING> menu and turn the JOG
dial until the cursor is at “USER KEY”.
RECORDING SET UP
@USER KEY
DATA CLEAR SELECTION
2. Turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right to show the <USER
KEY> menu.
3. Check that the cursor is next to SELECTED PATTERN then
turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• The sub-item will start flashing.
Refer to page 43, “Using the Timer” for details.
■ Setting recording functions
Refer to page 33, “Various recording settings” for details.
■ User set up operation
The following functions can be operated to USER SET
UP keys, A and B. Use of these buttons enables you to
operate functions shown below by pressing one of those.
Select 1 of 5 patterns shown right.
<USER KEY>
@SELECTED PATTERN 1
A
B
1 COPY-A
COPY-B
2 CLEAR OSD PRE A-REC
3 CLEAR OSD NONE
4 NONE
PRE A-REC
4. Turn the JOG dial to show “3” and turn the SHUTTLE ring to
the right.
5. Turn the SHUTTLE ring to the left or press the SET UP
button.
• The <USER KEY> menu will disappear.
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Various settings (continued)
■ Data Clear Selection
This unit provides a menu which you can select the data
you want to erase.
3. Check the cursor is next to “MODE OUT”, then turn the
SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• The sub-item will start flashing.
<REAR TERMINAL>
@MODE OUT
REC
CAPACITY REMAIN HDD-10%
Example: Clearing the data recorded on main HDD.
1. Display the <MENU SETTING> menu and turn the JOG
dial until the cursor( ) is next to “DATA CLEAR SELECTION”.
USER KEY
@DATA CLEAR SELECTION
REAR TERMINAL
4. Turn the JOG dial until “PLAY” flashes and turn the SHUTTLE
ring to the right.
• The sub-item stops flashing.
<REAR TERMINAL>
@MODE OUT
PLAY
CAPACITY REMAIN HDD-10%
2. Turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right to show the <DATA
CLEAR SELECTION> menu.
<DATA CLEAR SELECTION>
COPY DATA CLEAR
OFF
ARCHIVE DATA CLEAR OFF
@HDD DATA CLEAR
OFF
By turning JOG dial, to select the medium of the
data clear.
3. Turn the JOG dial until the cursor is next to “HDD DATA
CLEAR” and turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right. Turn the
JOG dial until “ON” flashes.
• The message, “Turn the SHUTTLE ring >> to EXECUTE.”
appears on the screen.
<DATA CLEAR SELECTION>
COPY DATA CLEAR
OFF
ARCHIVE DATA CLEAR OFF
@HDD DATA CLEAR
ON
“COPY DATA CLEAR” or “ARCHIVE DATA
CLEAR” appears on the screen when copy device
or archive device is connected.
4. Turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right to clear the data.
• If not executing, turn the JOG dial until “OFF” flashes and
turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
Please note that you cannot exit from the menu
when clearing the data and “ON” is flashing on the
screen.
5. Turn the SHUTTLE ring to the left or press the SET UP
button.
■ Rear Terminal Setting (MODE OUT setting)
With this setting, a signal can be output to send the status
of this unit.
Example: Setting MODE OUT to “PLAY” (the default setting is “REC”).
1. Display the <MENU SETTING> menu and turn the JOG
dial until the cursor is next to “REAR TERMINAL”.
USER KEY
DATA CLEAR SELECTION
@REAR TERMINAL
SERVICE
2. Turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right to show the <REAR
TERMINAL> menu.
<REAR TERMINAL>
@MODE OUT
REC
CAPACITY REMAIN HDD-10%
By turning the JOG dial, the item
of MODE OUT shown on the screen switches as
shown below:
REC
PLAY
POWER
REMAIN
“REC”: The signal is output during recording.
“PLAY”: The signal is output during playback.
“POWER”: The signal is output when the unit’s power
switch is on.
“REMAIN”: The signal is output when the remaining
storage capacity of main HDD, archive device
reaches the rate which is set in CAPACITY REMAIN.
5. Turn the SHUTTLE ring to the left or press the SET UP
button.
♦ Capacity remain setting
When MODE OUT is set to “REMAIN” and the remaining
storage capacity of main HDD or archive device is running
out, this unit gives warning. The following shows how to
set the device and its remaining capacity ratio to give warning.
When the remaining storage capacity decreases
during recording:
• The display of the recorded storage capacity
flashes when “DISPLAY MODE 3” is selected.
• The buzzer sounds when BUZZER in the <REAR
TERMINAL> menu is set to “REMAIN”.
Example: Setting CAPACITY REMAIN to “HDD-50%” (the
default setting is “HDD-10%”).
1. Display the <MENU SETTING> menu and turn the JOG
dial until the cursor is next to “REAR TERMINAL”.
USER KEY
DATA CLEAR SELECTION
@REAR TERMINAL
SERVICE
2. Turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right to show the <REAR
TERMINAL> menu.
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• The sub-item of the device will start flashing first. Choose
the device you want to set by using the JOG dial and SHUTTLE
ring. Then sub-item of the remain will start flashing.
2.Turn the JOG dial to move the cursor to REAR TERMINAL
then turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• The <REAR TERMINAL> menu will appear.
<REAR TERMINAL>
@MODE OUT
REMAIN
CAPACITY REMAIN HDD-10%
CALL OUT
<REAR TERMINAL>
MODE OUT
PLAY
CAPACITY REMAIN HDD-10%
4. Turn SHUTTLE ring and JOG dial to show “HDD-50%” and
turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right to complete setting.
3. Turn the JOG dial until the cursor is next to “CALL OUT”
and turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right to show the <CALL
OUT> menu.
<CALL OUT>
@HDD(ID:0~3)
ARCHIVE(ID:4)
By turning the JOG dial, the subitem of CAPACITY REMAIN shown on the menu will
be changed as follows:
HDD
ARC
10%
8%
15%
6%
20%
4%
30%
2%
FULL
NONE
4. Confirm that the cursor is next to “HDD” and turn the
SHUTTLE ring to the right to flash the sub-item.
NONE
<CALL OUT>
@HDD(ID:0~3)
ARCHIVE(ID:4)
By turning the JOG dial, the subitem of CAPACITY REMAIN shown on the menu will
be changed as follows:
ENGLISH
3. Turn the JOG dial until the cursor is next to “CAPACITY
REMAIN” and turn the SHUTTLE ring to flash the sub-item.
FULL
NONE
5. Turn the JOG dial to flash “10%” and turn the SHUTTLE
ring to the right to complete setting.
<CALL OUT>
@HDD(ID:0~3)
ARCHIVE(ID:4)
40%
10%
NONE
50%
5. Turn the SHUTTLE ring to the left or press the SET UP
button.
♦ CALL OUT setting
With this setting, the signal from CALL OUT terminal can
be emitted externally to indicate the warning given from
this unit. The signal is emitted from the CALL OUT terminal when the remaining storage capacity of main HDD
reaches the preset amount. Likewise, the remaining storage capacity of archive medium can be set. The CALL OUT
signal is also emitted when HDD FULL in the <INITIAL SET
UP> menu is set to “STOP”.
INFORMATION
For more on the relation between
Warning Display and CALL OUT emission, please
refer to page 75. When the emission parameter in
CALL OUT is set to “Yes”, the warning display will
appear unconditionally; when the parameter is set
to “Selectable”, the unit can be made to emit a CALL
OUT signal through additional settings. For example, when the BUZZER setting on the <REAR TERMINAL> menu is set to “KEY”, the unit will sound a
buzzer when the remaining amount on the hard disk
has reached the figure specified on the <CALL OUT>
menu.
By turning the JOG dial, the item
of CALL OUT shown on the screen switches as
shown below:
FULL
NONE
2%
50%
4%
6%
40%
30%
8%
10%
20%
15%
“NONE”: No signal is emitted from the CALL OUT
terminal.
6. Turn the JOG dial until the cursor is next to “ARCHIVE” and
turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• The sub-item will start flashing.
<CALL OUT>
HDD(ID:0~3)
@ARCHIVE(ID:4)
FULL
NONE
7. Turn the JOG dial to flash “20%” and turn the SHUTTLE
ring to the right.
• The sub-item stops flashing.
<CALL OUT>
HDD(ID:0~3)
@ARCHIVE(ID:4)
10%
20%
8. Turn the SHUTTLE ring to the left or press the SET UP
button.
Example: Setting CALL OUT of main HDD to “10%” (the
default setting is “FULL”) and CALL OUT of archive medium to “20%” (the default is “NONE”).
1. Press the SET UP button to display the <MENU SETTING>
menu.
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Various settings (continued)
♦ Buzzer setting
You can set to sound the buzzer when the remaining storage capacity of the Hard Disk Drive reaches the amount
set in CAPACITY REMAIN setting on the <REAR TERMINAL> menu. In addition to the above setting of CALL OUT
setting section, it is also possible to sound the buzzer when
other errors occur.
To sound the buzzer when the remaining storage capacity
reaches the preset amount.
1) Select “REMAIN” of BUZZER in the <REAR TERMINAL > menu.
2) Set the device and its remaining storage capacity of CAPACITY REMAIN in the <REAR TERMINAL> menu.
To sound the buzzer when the remaining storage capacity
reaches the preset amount or other error occurs.
1) Select “WRNG” of BUZZER in the <REAR TERMINAL> menu.
2) Set the device and its remaining storage capacity of CAPACITY REMAIN in the <REAR TERMINAL> menu.
Example: Setting BUZZER to “REMAIN” (the default setting is “KEY”).
1. Display the <MENU SETTING> menu and turn the JOG
dial until the cursor is next to REAR TERMINAL. Then turn
the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• The <REAR TERMINAL> menu appears.
<REAR TERMINAL>
@MODE OUT
REMAIN
CAPACITY REMAIN HDD-10%
CALL OUT
2. Turn the JOG dial until the cursor is next to BUZZER and
turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right to flash the sub-item.
CALL OUT
@BUZZER
RS-232C SETTING
♦ RS-232C setting
This unit can be connected with a personal computer via
the RS-232C terminal to operate from the remote place
and it is possible to add information on the recorded data
such as sound and date. Refer to page 57 for details.
It is possible to record characters with images.
■ Service menu setting
In the <SERVICE> menu, you can see the power failure
time, reset the Archive Pointer and initialize menus.
♦ Power Failure list
The list of time when the power failure occurred is available.
Example: Displaying POWER FAILURE list.
Up to 50 power failure start times are shown on
the list. If more than 50 times, the last 50 start times
are shown.
1. Display the <MENU SETTING > menu and turn the JOG
dial until the cursor is next to SERVICE. Turn the SHUTTLE
ring to the right.
• The <SERVICE> menu appears.
<SERVICE>
@POWER FAILURE
ARCHIVE POINT RESET OFF
MENU INITIALIZE
OFF
2. Check that the cursor is next to POWER FAILURE and turn
the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• The <POWER FAILURE> list appears on the screen.
• The number of times, the date and the time when the power
failure occurred are given on the list.
REMAIN
By turning the JOG dial, the item of BUZZER
shown on the screen switches as shown below.
WRNG
4. Turn the SHUTTLE ring to the left or press the SET UP
button.
<POWER FAILURE>
No.
DATE
TIME
INFO.
02 23-01-99 12:02 PW-LOS
01 25-01-99 12:35 PW-LOS
• The sub-item stops flashing.
KEY
“OFF”: The buzzer does not sound.
KEY
3. Turn the JOG dial to show “REMAIN” and turn the SHUTTLE
ring to the right to complete setting.
CALL OUT
@BUZZER
RS-232C SETTING
“REMAIN”: The buzzer sounds when the remaining
storage capacity of main HDD and ARCHIVE reaches
the preset amount selected in CAPACITY REMAIN.
Press WARNING RESET button to stop the buzzer.
REMAIN
OFF
To reset the power failure start time, press the
WARNING RESET button when the <POWER FAILURE> list is shown on the screen.
3. Turn the SHUTTLE ring to the left or press the SET UP
button.
♦ Resetting the Archive Pointer
“KEY”: The buzzer sounds when any button is
pressed, or JOG dial or SHUTTLE ring is turned.
“WRNG”: The buzzer sounds when a warning occurs. Refer to page 75, “Warnings and CALL OUT
output”, for details.
This unit writes down the Archive Pointer Glossary where
the archive stops. In the next archive, it starts from the
point where the Archive Pointer is placed. If you want to
reset this Archive Pointer, follow the steps shown below.
1. Press the SET UP button to display the <MENU SETTING>
menu.
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• The <SERVICE> menu appears.
<SERVICE>
@POWER FAILURE
ARCHIVE POINT RESET OFF
MENU INITIALIZE
OFF
3. Turn the JOG dial until the cursor is next to ARCHIVE POINT
RESET and turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• If not executing, change the sub-item to “OFF” and turn the
SHUTTLE ring to the right.
ENGLISH
2. Move the cursor next to SERVICE then turn the SHUTTLE
ring to the right.
5. SPLIT 9 screen will be shown on the monitor and all menus
are initialized.
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4
5
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• The sub-item will start flashing.
4. Turn the JOG dial until “ON” flashes.
<SERVICE>
POWER FAILURE
@ARCHIVE POINT RESET ON
MENU INITIALIZE
OFF
5. When the message, “Turn the SHUTTLE RING >> to
EXECUTE.” is shown on the screen, turn the SHUTTLE ring
to the right.
• The Archive Pointer is now reset.
• If not executing, turn the JOG dial until “OFF” is shown.
<SERVICE>
POWER FAILURE
@ARCHIVE POINT RESET
ON
MENU INITIALIZE
OFF
Turn the SHUTTLE RING
> > to EXECUTE.
6. Turn the SHUTTLE ring to the left or press the SET UP
button.
♦ Initializing menus
Selecting “ON” of MENU INITIALIZE in the <SERVICE>
menu initializes the setting ,except for the built-in HDD and
the peripheral recording device.
Example: Setting MENU INITIALIZE to “ON” (the default is
“OFF”).
1. Press the SET UP button to display the <MENU SETTING>
menu.
2. Move the cursot next to SERVICE then turn the SHUTTLE
ring to the right.
• The <SERVICE> menu appears.
<SERVICE>
@POWER FAILURE
ARCHIVE POINT RESET OFF
MENU INITIALIZE
OFF
3. Turn the JOG dial until the cursor is next to MENU INITIALIZE
and turn the SHUTTLE ring to the left to show “ON”.
<SERVICE>
POWER FAILURE
ARCHIVE POINT RESET OFF
@MENU INITIALIZE
ON
4. When “Push WARNING RESET key Then all munu will be
INITIALIZED.” appears on the screen, press the WARNING
RESET button.
<SERVICE>
POWER FAILURE
ARCHIVE POINT RESET OFF
@MENU INITIALIZE
ON
Push WARNING RESET key
Then all menu
will be INITIALIZED.
• Please note that time date display, timer programme setting,
the title of all cameras set in CAMERA SETTING of the <MPX
FUNCTIONS> menu are not initialized.
• The SELECTED PATTERN setting will be initialized to P1 of
TIMER PROGRAM on the <MENU SETTING> menu. Please
refer to the Menu displays on page 22.
■ Initial set up
In the <INITIAL SET UP> menu, it is possible to set several items such as the present day and time, a motion of
this unit when the storage capacity of HDD runs out and
during playback.
♦ Clock setting
Refer to page 11, “Setting the present time” for details.
♦ Archive medium overwrite setting
Setting whether to overwrite on archive medium when making a new archive can be selected on the menu.
Example: Setting ARCHIVE OVERWRITE to “ON” (the
default setting is “OFF”).
When ARCHIVE OVERWRITE is set to “ON”, all
data on the archive medium will be erased along
with the archive. Make sure to confirm the content
in the archive medium before starting to make the
backup.
1. Display the <MENU SETTING> menu on the screen. Turn
the JOG dial until the cursor is next to “INITIAL SET UP” and
turn SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• The <INITIAL SET UP> menu is shown on the screen.
DATE CLEAR SELECTION
REAR TERMINAL
SERVICE
@INITIAL SET UP
2. Move the cursor to ARCHIVE OVERWRITE and turn the
SHUTTLE ring to the right until the sub-item flashes.
<INITIAL SET UP>
TIME DATE ADJUST
@ARCHIVE OVERWRITE
HDD FULL
HDD PB REPEAT
AUTO EJECT
ARCHIVE DATA
OFF
STOP
STOP
ON
ALL
3. Turn the JOG dial until “ON” flashes and turn the SHUTTLE
ring to the right.
• The sub-item stops flashing.
<INITIAL SET UP>
TIME DATE ADJUST
@ARCHIVE OVERWRITE
HDD FULL
ON
STOP
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Various settings (continued)
The Archive Pointer Glossary is recorded when
backup is either temporarily stopped or finished.
Using this, the uint will begin the next backup at the
end point of the previous backup.
4. Turn the SHUTTLE ring to the left or press the SET UP
button.
<INITIAL SET UP>
TIME DATE ADJUST
@ARCHIVE OVERWRITE
HDD FULL
ON
STOP
♦ HDD repeat recording
This function is used to set the motion of this unit when the
storage capacity of HDD is running out.
Example: Setting HDD FULL to “REC•STANDBY” (the default setting is “STOP”).
1. Press the SET UP button to display the <MENU SETTING>
menu.
2. Turn the JOG dial to move the cursor next to INITIAL SET
UP and turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
STOP
REC•STANDBY
ALARM•PROT
5. Turn the SHUTTLE ring to the left or press the SET UP
button.
♦ HDD repeat playback
It is a function which repeats playback of the recording on
main HDD.
Example: Setting HDD PB REPEAT to “REPEAT” (the default is “STOP”).
1. Display the <MENU SETTING> menu on the screen and
turn the JOG dial until the cursor is next to INITIAL SET UP
and turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• The <INITIAL SET UP> menu appears.
<INITIAL SET UP>
@TIME DATE ADJUST
ARCHIVE OVERWRITE
HDD FULL
HDD PB REPEAT
AUTO EJECT
ARCHIVE DATA
• The <INITIAL SET UP> menu will appear.
<INITIAL SET UP>
@TIME DATE ADJUST
ARCHIVE OVERWRITE
HDD FULL
HDD PB REPEAT
AUTO EJECT
OFF
STOP
STOP
ON
3. Turn the JOG dial until the cursor is next to HDD FULL and
turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• The sub-item flashes.
<INITIAL SET UP>
TIME DATE ADJUST
ARCHIVE OVERWRITE
@HDD FULL
OFF
STOP
4. Turn the JOG dial to show “REC•STANDBY” and turn the
SHUTTLE ring to the right.
REPEAT
OFF
STOP
STOP
ON
ALL
2. Turn the JOG dial until the cursor is next to HDD PB REPEAT
and turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• The sub-item will start flashing.
<INITIAL SET UP>
TIME DATE ADJUST
ARCHIVE OVERWRITE
HDD FULL
@HDD PB REPEAT
AUTO EJECT
ARCHIVE DATA
OFF
STOP
STOP
ON
ALL
3. Turn the JOG dial until “REPEAT” flashes and turn the
SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• The sub-item stops flashing.
• The sub-item stops flashing.
<INITIAL SET UP>
TIME DATE ADJUST
ARCHIVE OVERWRITE
OFF
@HDD FULL
REC•STANDBY
By turning the JOG dial, the subitem of HDD FULL will be changed as follows:
“STOP”: When the disk reaches its end during recording, the recording stops and “HDD FULL” is
shown on the screen.To start recording again, press
the WARNING RESET button to clear the warning
message and press the REC button.
“REC•STANDBY”: If the storage capacity of HDD
runs out, the recording stops and the unit stays on
the stand-by mode (power on). Then, once REC terminal is grounded, it starts recording again.
“REPEAT”: When the disk reaches its end during
recording, the recording starts again from the beginning of the disk.
“ALARM•PROT”: If there is an alarm recording to
finish setting, the action of this unit is the same as
when set to “STOP”. If there is no alarm recording
during recording, this unit starts recording again from
the beginning of the disk.
<INITIAL SET UP>
TIME DATE ADJUST
ARCHIVE OVERWRITE
OFF
HDD FULL
STOP
@HDD PB REPEAT
REPEAT
AUTO EJECT
ON
ARCHIVE DATA
ALL
Another setting of HDD PB REPEAT:
“STOP”: The unit stops playback at the end of HDD.
4. Turn the SHUTTLE ring to the left or press the SET UP
button.
♦ Auto-eject setting
This setting is for ejecting the medium of archive device
automatically. If you set to “ON” and make the back up
timer program, the archive medium is ejected automatically at the end of the programmed time. If you set to “OFF”,
the archive medium will not be ejected.
Example: Setting AUTO EJECT to “OFF” (the default is
“ON”).
1. Display the <INITIAL SET UP> menu as written on the left.
<INITIAL SET UP>
@TIME DATE ADJUST
ARCHIVE OVERWRITE
HDD FULL
HDD PB REPEAT
AUTO EJECT
ARCHIVE DATA
OFF
STOP
STOP
ON
ALL
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• When the sub-item is flashing, turn the JOG dial until “OFF”
starts flashing.
HDD FULL
HDD PB REPEAT
@AUTO EJECT
ARCHIVE DATA
STOP
STOP
OFF
ALL
3. Check “OFF” is flashing and turn the SHUTTLE ring to the
right.
HDD FULL
HDD PB REPEAT
@AUTO EJECT
ARCHIVE DATA
STOP
STOP
OFF
ALL
4. Turn the SHUTTLE ring to the left or press the SET UP
button.
Archive medium is also ejected when the archive
in progress is cancelled. Refer to page 54, “Autoeject at the completion of backup” for details.
When backing up records onto backup media, it is possible to select and back up only the “ALARM” part of the
records by setting ARCHIVE DATA to “ALARM”.
Example: Setting backup operation selection to “ALARM”
(the default is “ALL”).
1. Press the SET UP button to display the <MENU SETTING>
menu.
2. Move the cursor to INITIAL SET UP and turn the SHUTTLE
ring to the right.
• The <INITIAL SET UP> menu will be displayed.
OFF
STOP
STOP
ON
ALL
3. Turn the JOG dial move the cursor to ARCHIVE DATA. Turn
the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• Turn the JOG dial to make the selection options flash.
HDD FULL
HDD PB REPEAT
AUTO EJECT
@ARCHIVE DATA
STOP
STOP
STOP
ALL
4. Turn the JOG dial to make the “ALARM” option flash.Turn
the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• The operation that has been or press the SET UP button.
HDD FULL
HDD PB REPEAT
AUTO EJECT
@ARCHIVE DATA
“ALARM”: Of all the data blocks recorded on the
main HDD(1 MB units), this will back up only the
data blocks that contain the alarm record. Some data
either side of the alarm record may be included when
backing up a small alarm record.
1). Backing up a data block containing the alarm record.
Normal recording
Main
HDD
Alarm recording
1MB
Archive
media
1MB
Backup recording
2). Backing up a small alarm record.
♦ ARCHIVE DATA setting
<INITIAL SET UP>
@TIME DATE ADJUST
ARCHIVE OVERWRITE
HDD FULL
HDD PB REPEAT
AUTO EJECT
ARCHIVE DATA
“ALL”: This back up all the data recorded on the main
HDD after the ARCHIVE POINTER. Alternatively, all
data will be backed up.
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2. Turn the JOG dial until the cursor is next to AUTO EJECT
and turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
STOP
STOP
STOP
ALARM
5. Turn the SHUTTLE ring to the left or press the SET UP
button.
Normal recording
Alarm recording
Main
HDD
Normal recording
1MB
1MB
Archive
media
Backup recording
■ The <INFORMATION> menu
This unit has functions which allow you to check information such as the recorded period and SCSI ID number of
the main HDD and peripheral devices.
♦ Showing the recorded period
The recorded period of the main HDD, the archive device
and the copy device is shown on the screen.
1. Press the INFO button.
• The <INFORMATION> menu appears.
2. Check that the cursor is next to RECORDED PERIOD and
turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
3. The message, “GET S/E information. Turn the SHUTTLE
ring >> to EXECUTE.” is shown on the screen and then turn
the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• The <RECORDED PERIOD> menu is shown.
<RECORDED PERIOD>
MAIN DEVICE:
FROM 05-03-99 06:19:56
TO 15-03-99 09:02:52
ARCHIVE DEVICE:
FROM 05-03-99 06:19:56
TO 15-03-99 09:02:52
COPY DEVICE:
FROM 05-03-99 06:19:56
TO 15-03-99 09:02:52
4. Turn the SHUTTLE ring to the left or press the INFO button.
By turning JOG dial, the sub-item
of ARCHIVE DATA shown on the menu will be
changed as follows:
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Various settings (continued)
♦ Connected SCSI device
1. Press the INFO button.
The SCSI ID number of connected devices can be confirmed on the screen.
1. Press the INFO button.
• The <INFORMATION> menu appears.
2. Turn the JOG dial until the cursor is next to “CONNECTED
SCSI DEVICE” and turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• SCSI ID numbers are shown on the screen.
<CONNECTED SCSI DEVICE>
SCSI ID0:HDD(30GB)
ID1:HDD( 9GB)
ID2:NONE
ID3:NONE
ID4:DDS
ID5:NONE
• The elapsed time is shown on the lower part of the screen.
2. After confirming the elapsed time, turn the SHUTTLE ring
to the left.
• To exit the menu, press the INFO button again.
• The elapsed time of archive device or copy device will not
be reset even though those devices are disconnected.
• The elapsed time of archive device includes the time when
the ARCHIVE button is pressed (when pressed, the ARCHIVE
button illuminates) even in the case where there is no data
on the main HDD such as an alarm stand-by mode.
• The elapsed time shown on this menu may not be consistent
with the regulation guaranteed period of the stock of wearing
parts subject to wear or the guaranteed life span.
LIMIT
OFF
INFORMATION
The elapsed time is shown up to
999999 hours at the maximum.
3. Turn the SHUTTLE ring to the left or press the INFO button.
■ Elapsed time display
The elapsed time of main HDD, archive device and copy
device are shown on the screen. ELAPSED TIME for ARCHIVE or COPY will not be displayed unless an ARCHIVE
device or COPY device has been connected to the unit.
The elapsed time of main HDD is counted while
the unit’s power is turned on.
The elapsed time of the peripheral device (ID4) is
counted as shown below:
1) While the ARCHIVE button illuminates or flashes.
<ELAPSED TIME>
MAIN
ARCHIVE
COPY
1500H
200H
120H
2) While the PLAY or REV PLAY button illuminates
or flashes when the archive device is selected as a
playback device using the PLAY DEVICE button.
Refer to page 14,” Basic playback” for details.
3) While the ARCHIVE indicator illuminates or
flashes when restoring the data from main HDD to
archive device.
The elapsed time of the peripheral device (ID5)
is counted as shown below.
1) While the PLAY or REV PLAY button illuminates
or flashes when the copy device is selected as a
playback device using the PLAY DEVICE button. Refer to page 14, ” Basic playback” for details.
2) While the COPY indicator illuminates or flashes
when copying the data from main HDD to the copy
device.
3) While the COPY indicator illuminates or flashes
when restoring the data from main HDD to the copy
device.
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Various recording settings
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■ Various recording settings
This Unit has many settings for various recordings. You have to make settings on different pages for normal recording
and timer recording. Please refer to the table below for details. If the channel which is to be operated on <CAMERA
SETTING> is not set, the warning will appear.
Recording
Setting
Recording by setting manually
Normal recording
REC P.GRADE in
<RECORDING SET UP>
Recording
picture grade
<RECORDING SET UP>
REC INTERVAL
REC P.GRADE
AUDIO RECORDING
A-REC DURATION
A-REC P.GRADE
PRE A-REC
ONESHOT•FIELD
25F
HIGH
OFF
page
13
A-REC INTERVAL in
<RECORDING SET UP>
A-REC INTERVAL
A-REC DURATION
A-REC P.GRADE
PRE A-REC
This
page
25F
1M
HIGH
OFF
A-REC INTERVAL
A-REC DURATION
A-REC P.GRADE
PRE A-REC
Selected CAMERA USAGE
pattern on
<MPX FUNCTIONS>
<MPX FUNCTIONS>
CAMERA USAGE
CAMERA SETTING
SPLIT SCREEN SETTING
A
<RECORDING SET UP>
REC INTERVAL
REC P.GRADE
AUDIO RECORDING
Alarm recording
page
13
25F
HIGH
OFF
This
page
25F
1M
HIGH
OFF
<MPX FUNCTIONS>
A
CAMERA USAGE
CAMERA SETTING
SPLIT SCREEN SETTING
SHARP
SPLIT P.GRADE
SEQUENTIAL
SEP.
ALARM REC CH.
CH.NO
CH. TITLE
♦ Recording Interval Setting
For details please refer to “Setting the recording interval”
on page 13.
♦ Audio Recording
For details please refer to “Using the audio recording” on
page 14.
♦ Estimated recording time <ESTD TIME>
For details please refer to “Changing the recording picture
grade” on page 13.
Page
A-REC P.GRADE in
<RECORDING SET UP>
A-REC DURATION
A-REC P.GRADE
PRE A-REC
ONESHOT•FIELD
MODE setting in
<TIMER PROGRAM>
<TIMER PROGRAM>
DW START END
MODE
WED 09:30 10:00 A-25F
2 --- --:-- --:-- ------
page
43
A-REC INTERVAL in
<RECORDING SET UP>
A-REC INTERVAL
A-REC DURATION
A-REC P.GRADE
PRE A-REC
25F
1M
HIGH
OFF
START and END time in
<TIMER PROGRAM>
<TIMER PROGRAM>
DW START END
MODE
WED 09:30 10:00 A-25F
2 --- --:-- --:-- ------
A-REC DURATION in
<RECORDING SET UP>
page
43
Selected CAMERA USAGE
pattern on MODE setting
of <TIMER PROGRAM>
<TIMER PROGRAM>
DW START END
MODE
WED 09:30 10:00 A-25FŁ
2 --- --:-- --:-- ------
This
page
A-REC INTERVAL
A-REC DURATION
A-REC P.GRADE
PRE A-REC
25F
1M
HIGH
OFF
page
39
This
page
1M
HIGH
OFF
1
Selected ALARM REC CH.
setting on
<MPX FUNCTIONS>
page
38
Page
A-REC DURATION in
<RECORDING SET UP>
Recording
duration
Recording
camera channel
(CH)
This
page
1M
HIGH
OFF
1
REC INTERVAL in
<RECORDING SET UP>
<RECORDING SET UP>
REC INTERVAL
REC P.GRADE
AUDIO RECORDING
Normal recording
REC P.GRADE in
<RECORDING SET UP>
Recording
interval
Page
A-REC P.GRADE in
<RECORDING SET UP>
page
13
25F
HIGH
OFF
Timer recording
Alarm recording
Page
This
page
Selected ALARM REC CH.
setting on
<MPX FUNCTIONS>
page
43
<MPX FUNCTIONS>
A
CAMERA USAGE
CAMERA SETTING
SPLIT SCREEN SETTING
SHARP
SPLIT P.GRADE
SEQUENTIAL
ALL
ALARM REC CH.
CH.NO
CH. TITLE
page
39
Example: Setting the A-REC INTERVAL to “12.5F” (the default setting is “25F”). Set the A-REC DURATION to “15S”
(the default setting is “1M”). Set the A-REC P.GRADE to
“STANDARD” (the default setting is “HIGH”).
1. Display the <MENU SETTING> menu. Turn the JOG dial to
RECORDING SET UP then turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• The <RECORDING SET UP> menu will appear.
<RECORDING SET UP>
25F
@REC INTERVAL
HIGH
REC P.GRADE
OFF
AUDIO RECORDING
9H11M
<ESTD TIME>
♦ Recording picture grade setting
For details please refer to “Changing the recording picture
grade” on page 13.
♦ Alarm recording interval, Alarm recording
duration and Alarm recording picture grade
setting
When the ALARM IN terminal is triggered by an alarm sensor, the uint will switch to its preset recording intervals, and
can record at both the regular recording intervals and another recording interval. In addition, settings can be made
for the recording intervals and image quality used when
the ALARM IN terminal is triggered.
2. Turn the JOG dial to move the cursor to A-REC INTERVAL
and turn the SUTTLE ring to the right.
• The sub-item will start flashing.
A-REC INTERVAL
A-REC DURATION
A-REC P.GRADE
25F
1M
HIGH
3. Turn the JOG dial to flash “12.5F” and turn the SHUTTLE
ring to the right.
• The sub-item stops flashing. Check that the A-REC
INTERVAL is defined correctly.
A-REC INTERVAL
A-REC DURATION
A-REC P.GRADE
12.5F
1M
HIGH
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Various recording settings (continued)
4. Turn the JOG dial to move the cursor to A-REC DURATION
and turn the SHTTLE ring to the right.
• The sub-item will start flashing.
5. Turn the JOG dial to display “15S” and turn the SHUTTLE
ring to the right to define the setting.
• The sub-item will stop flashing. Check that the A-REC
DURATION is entered correctly.
@A-REC DURATION
A-REC P.GRADE
PRE A-REC
1M
HIGH
OFF
♦ Pre-alarm recording setting
During alarm recording, it is possible to record the picture
several seconds before the signal is input in to the ALARM
IN terminal.
The USER KEY can be used to set the pre-alarm
recording on/off. Refer to page 25 for details.
Example: Set the PRE A-REC to “LONG” (the default setting is “OFF”).
1. Make settings for A-REC P.GRADE, A-REC INTERVAL and
A-REC DURATION as shown on page 33 and this page.
@A-REC DURATION
A-REC P.GRADE
PRE A-REC
By turning the JOG dial, the subitem of the A-REC DURATION shown on the menu
will be changed as follows:
1M
45S
2M
5M
30S
A-REC DURATION
15S
@A-REC P.GRADE STANDARD
PRE A-REC
OFF
15S
HIGH
OFF
2. Turn the JOG dial to move the cursor to PRE A-REC and
turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right to flash the sub-item.
A-REC DURATION
15S
A-REC P.GRADE STANDARD
@PRE A-REC
OFF
10M
15S
MAN
6. Turn the JOG dial to move the cursor to A-REC P.GRADE
and turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
A-REC DURATION
@A-REC P.GRADE
PRE A-REC
3. Turn the JOG dial to flash LONG, and turn the SHUTTLE
ring to the right. The unit will be in stand-by mode for the
Pre-alarm recording.
• PRE ALARM REC indicator on the front of the unit will start
illuminating.
15S
HIGH
OFF
The recording interval settings for normal recording have to be set on the same menu. For details of
settings for recordings, please refer to page 33.
A-REC DURATION
15S
A-REC P.GRADE STANDARD
@PRE A-REC
LONG
By turning the JOG dial, the sub-item of PRE AREC will be changed as follows:
OFF
7. Turn the JOG dial to flash “STANDARD” and turn the
SHUTTLE ring to the right to enter the setting.
• The sub-item will stop flashing. Check that the A-REC
P.GRADE is entered correctly.
A-REC DURATION
15S
@A-REC P.GRADE STANDARD
PRE A-REC
OFF
By turning the JOG dial, the subitem of the A-REC P.GRADE shown on the menu
will be changed as follows:
HIGH
SUPERIOR
STANDARD
LOW
BASIC
8. Turn the SHUTTLE ring to the left or press the SET UP
button.
Please refer to “Setting of Alarm recording camera” on page 39 for details of the cameras to be
activated when alarm recording is activated.
LONG
SHORT
MIDDLE
4. Ground the ALARM IN terminal.
• The unit will start alarm recording.
The duration of recording before the ALARM IN
terminal is triggered depends on the A-REC INTERVAL, A-REC P.GRADE, and PRE A-REC settings.
Please refer to “Pre-alarm Recording” on page 46
for details.
INFORMATION
To activate pre-alarm recording on
Timer programmes, please refer to “Pre-alarm Recording” on page 46.
Following the end of Pre-alarm recording, the regular value
of the Alarm Recording settings returns to the value set in
the A-REC P.GRADE, A-REC INTERVAL, and A-REC DURATION settings.
Alarm input
(ALARM IN signal)
INFORMATION
Please refer to “Alarm Recording
operation” on page 45 for details of the alarm recording.
Recording
Mode
Effective
recording
setting
Pre-alarm
recording
Alarm
recording
LONG/MIDDLE/SHORT of
PRE A-REC
A-REC P.GRADE/
A-REC INTERVAL
A-REC P.GRADE/
A-REC INTERVAL/
A-REC DURATION
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The following explains the setting for ONESHOT•FIELD
when REC INTERVAL is set to “SHOT”(refer to page 13).
When ONESHOT•FIELD is set to “1”, the unit performs a
shot recording of all the cameras set in the CAMERA SETTING parameter on the MPX FUNCTIONS screen.
Example: ONESHOT•FIELD is set to “10”. (The default setting is “1”.)
2. Turn the JOG dial until the cursor is next to ONESHOT•INTERVAL and turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
ENGLISH
♦ Shot recording field
• The sub-item flashes.
PRE A-REC
ONESHOT•FIELD
@ONESHOT•INTERVAL
OFF
1
SHOT
3. Turn the JOG dial until “15S” flashes and turn the SHUTTLE
ring to the right.
• The sub-item stops flashing.
This example covers instances where 9 cameras have been
set in the CAMERA SETTING parameter. In this case, 90
shots (9 cameras x 10 shots) are input.
1. Show the <MENU SETTING> menu on the screen and turn
the JOG dial until the cursor is next to RECORDING SET UP
and turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• The <RECORDING SET UP> menu will appear.
<RECORDING SET UP>
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@REC INTERVAL
HIGH
REC P.GRADE
OFF
AUDIO RECORDING
9H11M
<ESTD TIME>
2. Turn the JOG dial until the cursor is next to ONESHOT•FIELD
and turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• The sub-item will start flashing.
PRE A-REC
@ONESHOT•FIELD
ONESHOT•INTERVAL
OFF
1
SHOT
PRE A-REC
ONESHOT•FIELD
@ONESHOT•INTERVAL
OFF
1
15S
By turning the JOG dial, the subitem of ONESHOT•INTERVAL will be changed as
follows:
SHOT
5M
15S
3M
30S
2M
45S
1M
4. Turn the SHUTTLE ring to the left or press the SET UP
button.
5. Press the REC button or ground the REC terminal on the
rear of this unit.
• The shot recording will start.
3. Turn the JOG dial until “10” flashes and turn the SHUTTLE
ring to the right.
• The sub-item stops flashing.
PRE A-REC
@ONESHOT•FIELD
ONESHOT•INTERVAL
OFF
10
SHOT
By turning the JOG dial , the sub
-item of ONESHOT•FIELD shown on the screen
switches as shown below:
1
2
3
4
30
20
10
5
4. Turn the SHUTTLE ring to the left or press the SET UP
button.
5. Press the REC button or ground the REC terminal on the
rear of this unit.
• The shot recording will start.
♦ Shot recording interval
When REC INTERVAL (refer to page 13) is set to “SHOT”,
the shot recording interval should be set as follows.
Example: Setting ONESHOT•INTERVAL to “15S” (the default is “SHOT”).
1. Repeat STEP 1 as stated above.
• The <RECORDING SET UP> menu appears.
<RECORDING SET UP>
25F
@REC INTERVAL
HIGH
REC P.GRADE
OFF
AUDIO RECORDING
9H11M
<ESTD TIME>
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Multiplexer functions
■ Multiplexer functions
♦ How to use the ZOOM button
Please refer to “Multiplexer functions” on Basic Operation
page 12 for details about the functions.
1. Display the ZOOM POINTER (X) by pressing the ZOOM
button.
■ Multiplexer buttons
The use of SPLIT/SEQUENTIAL button
By pressing the SPLIT/SEQUENTIAL button, you
can switch the display mode as follows:
X
SPLIT 9
SPLIT 4a
SPLIT 4 • Sequential
SPLIT 4b
SPLIT 4c
Single screen • sequential
The refresh cycle of camera images becomes
longer as the number of cameras increases.
Smoother images can be viewed when cameras
which are not needed are removed from the cameras designated in the CAMERA SETTING parameter on the <MPX FUNCTIONS> menu.
2. Move the pointer to the desired position by pressing the
camera number buttons 6 to 9.
Images are displayed in real time during single
screen display.
For details of the Camera number buttons and
SPLIT/SEQUENTIAL button, please refer to “The
functions of the SPLIT/SEQUENTIAL button, ZOOM
button and camera number buttons” on next page.
X
3. Pressing the number 4 button (ZOOM IN)will enlarge the
picture twice (X2) and four times (X4) as large as the actual
display size.
INFORMATION
You can arrange the layout of all
SPLIT DISPLAY settings on SPLIT SCREEN SETTING in the <MPX FUNCTIONS> menu. For details
please refer to pages 39, “Split screen settings”.
X2
X4
It is also possible settings of
SPLIT DISPLAY during playback by pressing the
SPLIT/SEQUENTIAL button:
SPLIT 9
SPLIT 4a
SPLIT 4c
SPLIT 4b
When Non-operation camera was set in SPLIT
4 setting on the <SPLIT SCREEN SETTING> menu,
“ - ” appears where the camera number is supposed
to be displayed.
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3
–
9
You can view any picture in actual screen size
by pressing the camera number button during SPLIT/
SEQUENCE button is used. You can go back to the
previous SPLIT DISPLAY by pressing the SPLIT/
SEQUENCE button again.
Pressing the camera number 5 button (ZOOM
OUT button) will change the size of the display picture to actual display size. During enlarged display
viewing, cannot display the menu.
The ZOOM POINTER’S position does not change
when the display screen changes or when power is
turned off. This is convenient for situations where
the desired viewing areas, such as the counter or
cash register, are determined in advance. In addition, the ZOOM POINTER can be used during playback of recorded images.
When playing back images from multiple cameras on single screen, if the enlarging control is used
during the pause mode there is a possibility that a
black screen will be displayed. In this case, the desired enlarged image can be obtained by moving
through frames using the JOG dial.
INFORMATION
• As the enlarge display function involves electronic enlargement, details of the image
will appear pixelized when enlarged.
• Enlarged display is cancelled if the ALARM IN terminal is triggered during enlarged display viewing.
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ENGLISH
♦ How to use the camera number buttons
By pressing each camera number button, you can view the camera’s picture which is connected to the CAMERA INPUT
on the rear of this unit. If the picture of the camera which is not set to operate on CAMERA SETTING of the <MPX
FUNCTIONS> menu, the Not-operated camera mark ( ) will appear next to the time display. You can also view the
picture of the camera when watching SPLIT or SEQUENCE screen by pressing the camera number button.
■ SPLIT/SEQUENCE button
By pressing the SPLIT/SEQUENCE button, the SPLIT picture modes will be switched as follows:
SPLIT 9
SPLIT 4a
SPLIT 4 sequential
SPLIT 4b
SPLIT 4c
Single screen sequential
■ The functions of the SPLIT/SEQUENCE button, ZOOM button and camera number buttons
The present time display is changed to be DISPLAY MODE 1, when in SPLIT or SEQUENCE
screen mode. You cannot arrange the place of the present time display. If the camera picture
without the picture input signal is displayed, the screen will be shown as a blue screen.
When in SPLIT or SEQUENCE screen mode, Not-operated camera's picture will be shown as
a black screen.
Display
SPLIT 9
SPLIT/
SEQUENTIAL
ZOOM
button
SPLIT/SEQUENCE
ZOOM
OFF
OFF
SPLIT/SEQUENCE
ZOOM
OFF
OFF
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Flashing/illuminating
Of Camera number buttons
Page
The pictures of operated camera will be displayed in SPLIT
9 mode.The pictures of cameras will be shown in order.
Set the order on CAMERA SETTING of the
<MPX FUNCTIONS> menu.
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The camera number which is selected for SPLIT 4a, b or
c and also the numbers which are selected to record on
CAMERA SETTING will be illuminating.
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Display the picture of the camera for the time which is set
on SEQUENTIAL of the <MPX FUNCTIONS> menu.
Camera number button which has now displayed is
illuminating.
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SPLIT 4 display (abc or ab) which is set on
SEQUENTIAL of the <MPX FUNCTIONS> menu will be
displayed for set up time. Camera number button which is set
to be operated on CAMERA SETTING of
the <MPX FUNCTIONS> menu will only illuminates.
If Non-operated camera's picture is displayed, camera
number will be changed as " - ".
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Camera number button which has now displayed is
illuminating.
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Camera buttons which has been enlarged as
DISPLAY-1, X2 or X4 will be illuminated.
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Regardless of SPLIT 9, SPLIT 4 or DISPLAY-1 mode,
camera number buttons which are now making Alarm
recording and Pre-alarm recording flash.
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SPLIT 4 MODE a (4a)
SPLIT 4 MODE b (4b)
SPLIT 4 MODE c (4c)
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Single screen Seqential
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Illuminating
ZOOM
OFF
SPLIT 4 Sequential
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2
5
6
SPLIT/SEQUENCE
Illuminating
SPLIT/SEQUENCE
ZOOM
OFF
ZOOM
Not
enlarged
OFF
Single
screen
SPLIT/SEQUENCE
OFF
ZOOM
Enlarged
OFF
During Alarm recording
and Pre-alarm recording
*If the Alarm signal
is input during
SPLIT/SEQUENTIAL
mode.
Illuminating
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Multiplexer functions (continued)
■ Multiplexer settings
There are 3 types of camera settings: A, B and C. You can
set the cameras to be operated at each setting. It is useful
to make titles with the setting on the same menu.
Example: Set Camera CH (channel) 5 as an operated
channel on CAMERA USAGE B. The title will be “EXIT”
(the default setting is to operate camera CH 1 to 4).
1. Press the SET UP button to display the <MENU SETTING>
menu.
2. Move the cursor ( ) to MPX FUNCTIONS then turn the
SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• The <MPX FUNCTIONS> menu will appear.
<MPX FUNCTIONS>
A
@CAMERA USAGE
CAMERA SETTING
SPLIT SCREEN SETTING
SHARP
SPLIT P.GRADE
3. Turn the JOG dial to move the cursor to CAMERA SETTING
and turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• The <CAMERA SETTING> menu will appear. The “ ” will
appear next to the CH number of the camera if it is set to be
operated. The default setting is to operate CAMERA CH 1
to 9 for CAMERA USAGE A, 1 to 4 for CAMERA USAGE B
and 1 for CAMERA USAGE C.
Precautions related to settings
With CAMERA SETTING, at least one camera
channel must be activated for each camera operation A, B and C. (Active channels are indicated by “ ” .) Please note that the settings
menu cannot be exited until this is done.
Set all cameras to be activated for Alarm recording to be operated on the <CAMERA SETTING> menu.
CAMERA CAMERA
NUMBER USAGE
PATTERN
CAMERA TITLE
<CAMERA SETTING>
CH ABC TITLE
@1 &&& ................
2 &&- ................
3 &&- ................
4 &&- ................
5 &-- ................
6 &-- ................
7 &-- ................
8 &-- ................
9 &-- ................
4. Turn the JOG dial to the right to move the cursor next to
CH 5 and turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right to until “ - ”
flashes.
4 &&- ................
@5 &-- ................
6 &-- ................
5. Turn the JOG dial to display “
ring to the right.
” and turn the SHUTTLE
• The flashing will move to the next line.
4 &&- ................
@5 &&- ................
6 &-- ................
INFORMATION
Complex operation settings are
possible when settings for CAMERA SETTING B
and CAMERA SETTING C are made at the same
time. For example, by pre-programming the operation, the unit can be made to switch and execute an
operation to match the situation through the CAMERA USAGE setting in the <MPX FUNCTIONS>
menu. In addition, an easy-to-understand surveillance system can be constructed by adding titles to
the camera settings.
6. Turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right to flash the first column
of the TITLE setting.
4 &&- ................
@5 &&- ................
6 &-- ................
7. Turn the JOG dial to display “E” and turn the SHUTTLE ring
to the right to move the flashing to next column.
4 &&- ................
@5 &-- E...............
6 &-- ................
4 &&- ................
@5 &&- EXIT............
6 &-- ................
8. Repeat Steps 6 and 7 to input “EXIT” .
• Turning the SHUTTLE ring to the left while inputting will
erase the character. To exit the TITLE column, move the
flashing to the right end, then turn the SHUTTLE ring to the
right to fix title setting.
• To continue title setting, turn the JOG dial to move the cursor
to desired camera CH.
4 &&- ................
@5 &&- EXIT............
6 &-- ................
4 &&- ................
@5 &&- EXIT............
6 &-- ................
9. To finish setting, turn the SHUTTLE ring to the left or press
the SET UP button.
• You cannot exit the menu till you fix title setting (if one of
the columns of the TITLE is flashing). To fix the setting please
refer to step 8 above.
INFORMATION
A warning appears when the unit
records while there is no input signal in the designated camera channel. (Please refer to “Warnings
and CALL OUT output” on page 75 for more details.) In addition, please select “invalid” in the <CAMERA SETTING> menu for those cameras with no
input. If the unit is operated without this “invalid” setting, there are rare occasions during split-screen
viewing when image from another screen appear in
a channel without an input signal.
♦ Camera usage setting
This setting is to choose the camera setting on the <CAMERA SETTING> menu. You can make good use of this
unit by making timer recordings using the Camera usage
setting. For details of the combination of Multiplexer functions and Timer recording, please refer to pages 41 and 42
for operation examples.
Example: Choose CAMERA USAGE B (the default setting
is “A”).
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5. Turn the SHUTTLE ring to the left or press the SET UP
button.
2. Turn the JOG dial to move the cursor to MPX FUNCTIONS
and turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
♦ Displaying the title
• The <MPX FUNCTIONS> menu will appear.
3. Check that the cursor is next to CAMERA USAGE then
turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• The sub-item will start flashing.
<MPX FUNCTIONS>
@CAMERA USAGE
CAMERA SETTING
SPLIT SCREEN SETTING
A
4. Turn the JOG dial to flash “B” and turn the SHUTTLE ring
to the right to fix setting.
• The sub-item will stop flashing.
<MPX FUNCTIONS>
@CAMERA USAGE
CAMERA SETTING
SPLIT SCREEN SETTING
B
♦ Setting of Alarm recording camera
This is the setting for the camera to start shooting when
ALARM IN terminal is grounded (alarm recording signal is
input). This setting is only effective during alarm recording.
After alarm recording, operations return to their prior settings.
Example: Setting the ALARM REC CH. to “ALL” (the default setting is “SEP.”).
1. Press the SET UP button to display the <MENU SETTING>
menu.
2. Turn the JOG dial to move the cursor to MPX FUNCTIONS
then turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• The <MPX FUNCTIONS> menu will appear.
3. Turn the JOG dial to move the cursor to ALARM REC CH.
then turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right to fix setting.
• The sub-item will start flashing.
4. Turn the JOG dial to display “ALL”, and turn the SHUTTLE
ring to the right to fix setting.
• The sub-item will stop flashing.
Example: Display TITLE on screen (the default setting is
“CH.NO”).
1. Press the SET UP button to display the <MENU SETTING>
menu.
2. Turn the JOG dial to move the cursor to MPX FUNCTIONS
then turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• The <MPX FUNCTIONS> menu will appear.
• The sub-item will start flashing.
SEQUENTIAL
ALARM REC CH.
@CH.TITLE
SEP.
CH.NO
4. Check that the “CH.NO” is flashing. Turn the SHUTTLE
ring to the right to finish setting.
SEQUENTIAL
ALARM REC CH.
@CH.TITLE
SEP.
TITLE
By turning the JOG dial, the subitem of CH. TITLE will be changed as follows:
CH.NO
NONE
TITLE
5. Turn the SHUTTLE ring to the left or press the SET UP
button.
♦ Split screen settings
By using the Multiplexer functions of this unit, you can view
camera pictures in SPLIT 4 and SPLIT 9 on your monitor. You
can also arrange the order of camera pictures as you want.
♦ SPLIT 9 setting
Example: Displaying desired camera pictures with desired
layout in SPLIT 9.
ALL
CH.NO
By turning the JOG dial, the sub
-item of ALARM REC CH. will be changed as follows:
SEP.
You chose whether to display the channel title (TITLE on
the <CAMERA SETTING > menu) or CH number on screen.
3. Turn the JOG dial to move the cursor to CH.TITLE then
turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
5. Turn the SHUTTLE ring to the left or press the SET UP
button.
SEQUENTIAL
@ALARM REC CH.
CH.TITLE
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1. Display the < MENU SETTING> menu by pressing the
SET UP button.
ALL
1. Press the SET UP button to display the <MENU SETTING>
menu.
2. Turn the JOG dial to move the cursor to MPX FUNCTIONS
and turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• The <MPX FUNCTIONS> menu will appear.
3. Turn the JOG dial to move the cursor to SPLIT SCREEN
SETTING then turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• The <SPLIT SCREEN SETTING> menu will appear.
“SEP.”: The alarm recording will start only with the
camera which received the alarm signal. If several
cameras received alarm input at once, all of those
cameras will start alarm recording.
“ALL”: The alarm recording will start with all cameras set to be operated on the <CAMERA SETTING> menu when ALARM IN terminal is grounded.
CAMERA SETTING
@SPLIT SCREEN SETTING
SPLIT P.GRADE
SHARP
4. Make sure that the cursor is next to “SPLIT 9”. Turn the
SHUTTLE ring to the right.
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Multiplexer functions (continued)
5. Check that the top left number (default setting is set to 1)
is flashing. Turn the JOG dial to display the desired camera
number then turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right to fix setting.
• The flashing will move to the next camera number.
6. Press the SET UP button.
• The <SPLIT SCREEN SETTING> menu will disappear.
♦ SEQUENTIAL setting
6. Set all camera numbers according to the steps written on
the previous page.
The sequential setting is designed to automatically switch
the on-screen image in the order in which the connected
cameras are displayed. The switching time can be set as
well. It is also possible to automatically switch between the
three display patterns available in SPLIT 4 of the SPLIT
SCREEN SETTING. The same camera can also be registered repeatedly.
7. Check that all camera numbers are set .Turn the SHUTTLE
ring to the right to fix setting.
1. Press the SET UP button to display the <MENU SETTING>
menu.
<SPLIT SCREEN SETTING>
@SPLIT9
123
456
789
• The flashing will stop.
• Settings cannot be made when the same camera number is
in SPLIT 9 setting mode. When the same camera has been
selected, the blinking light will return to its original state even
if all the camera numbers have been input. Check to see if
the same camera number has been entered; if the same
number has been entered, please change the settings.
<SPLIT SCREEN SETTING>
@SPLIT9
123
456
789
• The <MPX FUNCTIONS> menu will appear.
3. Move the cursor to SEQUENTIAL then turn the SHUTTLE
ring to the right.
• The <SEQUENTIAL> menu will appear.
4. Turn the JOG dial to select the desired camera number,
then turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• The channel number will start flashing.
8. Press the SET UP button.
• The <SPLIT SCREEN SETTING> menu will disappear.
You cannot exit the menu if you set same camera numbers at different positions. In this case,
please change settings.
♦ SPLIT 4 setting
SPLIT 4 setting mode, you can choose between a to c of
SPLIT 4 display mode. Before you choose the setting, arrange the camera position as you like in this section.
1. Press the SET UP button to display the <MENU SETTING>
menu.
2. Turn the JOG dial to move the cursor to MPX FUNCTIONS
and turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• The <MPX FUNCTIONS> menu will appear.
3. Turn the JOG dial to move the cursor to SPLIT SCREEN
SETTING then turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• The <SPLIT SCREEN SETTING> menu will appear.
CAMERA SETTING
@SPLIT SCREEN SETTING
SPLIT P.GRADE
SHARP
4. Make sure that the cursor is next to “SPLIT4a”. Turn the
SHUTTLE ring to the right.
@SPLIT4a SPLIT4b SPLIT4c
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2. Turn the JOG dial to move the cursor to MPX FUNCTIONS
then turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
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5. Repeat steps 5 to 7 of SPLIT 9 setting on this page to set
the rest of the position.
• You cannot set the same number in SPLIT 4 setting. If the
flashing goes back to the original position, you have to
change settings to make sure the same camera numbers are
not set at different positions.
<SEQUENTIAL>
SEQ. 1
CH.@ 1
2
2
3
3
4
4
TIME 1S
1S
1S
1S
5. Turn the JOG dial till desired channel number appears and
turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right to enter the selection.
• The flashing will move to “TIME”.
<SEQUENTIAL>
SEQ. 1
CH.@ 1
2
2
3
3
4
4
TIME 1S
1S
1S
1S
6. Turn the JOG dial to display desired length of time then turn
the SHUTTLE ring to the right to fix setting.
• Maximum of 30 seconds can be set.
<SEQUENTIAL>
SEQ. 1
CH.@ 1
2
2
3
3
4
4
TIME10S
1S
1S
1S
7. Repeat steps 4,5 and 6 above to fix settings for other
cameras.
8. (If you wish to display SPLIT 4 between a to c) Turn the
JOG dial to move the cursor to SPLIT 4 and turn the SHUTTLE
ring to the right to choose pattern from abc or ab.
• The selected pattern will start flashing.
6
7
8
9
SPLIT4
2
1
1
3
@abc
10S
10S
10S
15S
1S
SPLIT 4 pictures to be displayed and changed
automatically are pictures set on SPLIT SCREEN
SETTING on the <MPX FUNCTIONS> menu.
Please refer to SPLIT 4 setting on page the left.
Vertical resolution decreases when split screen
image quality(SPLIT P.GRADE) is set to “SOFT”.
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Operation examples
It is possible to set the image quality for split-screen display mode. Fine details are visible when image quality is
set to “SHARP”, and screen flicker is reduced when set to
“SOFT”.
Example: Setting the sequential picture quality to “SOFT”
(the default setting is “SHARP”).
1. Press the SET UP button to display the <MENU SETTING>
menu.
2. Turn the JOG dial to move the cursor to MPX FUNCTIONS
then turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
Settings
1) Camera settings are made as follows.
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♦ Picture grade of sequential display
• Make the settings for the 9 cameras listed under column A
in the <CAMERA SETTING> menu.
Operational cameras #1 through #9.
<CAMERA SETTING>
CH ABC TITLE
@1 &&& ENTRANCE........
2 &&- ATM1............
3 &&- ATM2............
4 &&- COUNTER1........
5 &&- COUNTER2........
6 &-- COUNTER3........
7 &-- VAULT...........
8 &-- EXIT............
9 &-- PARKING.........
• The <MPX FUNCTIONS> will appear.
3. Turn the JOG dial to move the cursor to SPLIT P.GARDE
then turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right to flash the sub-item.
CAMERA SETTING
SPLIT SCREEN SETTING
@SPLIT P.GRADE
SHARP
The number of cameras used in each of the operational modes A, B, C can be adjusted. Refer to page
38 for details.
The sequential display of the picture will get slower
when more cameras are connected.
4. Turn the JOG dial to choose “SOFT” and turn the SHUTTLE
ring to the right to fix setting.
2) Recording settings are made as follows.
• Set REC INTERVAL to “1F”.
• The sub-item will stop flashing.
<RECORDING SET UP>
1F
@REC INTERVAL
BASIC
REC P.GRADE
OFF
AUDIO RECORDING
451H56M
<ESTD TIME>
25F
A-REC INTERVAL
SHOT
A-REC DURATION
CAMERA SETTING
SPLIT SCREEN SETTING
@SPLIT P.GRADE
SOFT
5. Turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right or press the SET UP
button to finish setting.
■ Operation example 1: Simultaneous
Backup using the Timer
The Timer can be used for making weekly data backups
when the unit is running in continuous recording mode. The
unit will automatically eject the storage medium upon completion of the backup, and a new one may then be inserted
into the machine.
System configuration
Example of a system using the following peripherals:
• 9 connected video cameras
• Archive device connected to ID4
• Monitor
ID4: archive device
Images inputted by each of the connected cameras
are recorded 24 hours a day, and the unit will make
a backup of one week’s volume of image data while
it continues to record current images. The unit
records one frame per second when REC P.GRADE
is set to “BASIC”, a recording rate of one frame per
9 seconds for each camera.
00 : 00
From Monday
to Sunday
00 : 00
Sunday
• Set REC P.GRADE to “BASIC”.
• Set AUDIO RECORDING to “OFF”.
• Set HDD FULL to “REPEAT”.
<INITIAL SET UP>
TIME DATE ADJUST
ARCHIVE OVERWRITE
OFF
@HDD FULL
REPEAT
HDD PB REPEAT
OFF
• Set AUTO EJECT to “ON”.
• • • (Up to 9 cameras)
Monitor
The capability to record continuously over a oneweek period is dependent on the settings for recording interval and recording picture grade. For details
on the relationship between intervals and image
quality, refer to “Audio recording time table” on pages
71.
24 : 00
HDD FULL
HDD PB REPEAT
@AUTO EJECT
ARCHIVE DATA STOP
STOP
ON
ALL
3) Enter the following settings under P1 on the TIMER PROGRAM menu:
• In Timer programming number 2, set the action to BACKUP
for Sunday’s start time of 00:00 to end time of 05:00.
• Set the action to “A– 1F” for the daily start time of 00:00 to
the next day’s end time of 00:00. (This setting activates, for
all of the cameras in operational mode A, a recording rate of
one frame per second.)
<TIMER PROGRAM>
DW
START
END
@ DAY 00:00•00:00
2 SUN 00:00 05:00
3 ––– ––:–– ––:––
4 ––– ––:–– ––:––
P1
MODE
A–
1F
ARC
––––––
––––––
24-hours recording
05 : 00
Archive
Archive media auto eject
The symbol “ ” will appear between the starttime and end-time columns. This symbol indicates
that recording will continue until the following day.
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Operation examples (continued)
■ Operation example 3
INFORMATION
Non-regular recording mode can
be set using the P2 operational mode in the <TIMER
PROGRAM> menu. Once these settings are entered, the system can be switched between regular
and non-regular operational modes as desired.
4) Set the Timer Program’s operational mode to P1.
Upon completing the above settings, press the TIMER REC
button. The unit will be in timer recording stand-by mode.
■ Operation example 2: Endless Repeat
recording
Copies and backups of up to 3 days’ volume of recorded
data can be made when the unit is running in continuous
recording mode. (Refer to page 52 for details on copying.)
System configuration
Example of a system using the following peripherals:
• 9 connected video cameras
• Archive device connected to ID4 or copying device
connected to ID5
• Monitor
• • • (Up to 9 cameras)
Monitor
The number of video cameras can differ between operational modes A and B, and you may specify which set of
cameras goes into effect at what time and/or on which
day(s). Recording intervals can be reduced when the
number of operational cameras is large, and recording intervals can be increased when using fewer cameras.
System configuration
Settings are entered so that the backups are created every
Monday morning between 00:00 and 05:00. To facilitate
the exchange of the storage medium after the backup has
been completed, AUTO EJECT is set to “ON”. Refer to
“Audio-eject setting” on page 30 for details.
Cameras in CAMERA USAGE A are set to operate from
08:00 to 15:00 on Monday through Friday. Cameras in
CAMERA USAGE B are set to operate from 15:00 to 20:00
on these same days.
Cameras in CAMERA USAGE B are set to operate from
08:00 to 17:00 on Saturday and Sunday. The overall schedule is as shown in the following chart.
00 : 00
Monday
05 : 00
Archive
replace archive medium
08 : 00
ID4: archive device
ID5: copy device
Images input by each of the connected cameras are recorded 24 hours a day.
• Set REC INTERVAL to “1.56F”.
• Set REC P.GRADE to “STANDARD”.
• Set AUDIO RECORDING to “ON”.
<RECORDING SET UP>
1.56F
@REC INTERVAL
STANDARD
REC P.GRADE
ON
AUDIO RECORDING
167H27M
<ESTD TIME>
• Set HDD FULL to “REPEAT”.
<INITIAL SET UP>
TIME DATE ADJUST
ARCHIVE OVERWRITE
OFF
@HDD FULL
REPEAT
HDD PB REPEAT
OFF
Upon completing the above settings, press the unit’s REC
button to initiate continuous recording operation.
♦ Making copies as needed
To copy segments of recorded data while the unit is running in continuous recording mode, make the following
adjustments:
• Change the automatic copy range setting to MANUAL,
and enter the desired start-time and end-time of the data
to be copied. (Refer to page 52.)
15 : 00
CAMERA USAGE A
20 : 00
Monday to Friday
08 : 00
Saturday and Sunday
CAMERA USAGE B
17 : 00
CAMERA USAGE B
Settings
1) Camera settings are made as follows. (Refer to page 38
for details on the “Camera usage setting” screen.)
• Set cameras #1 through #9 to operational mode A.
• Set cameras #1, #2, #3, #8, and #9 to operational mode B.
2) Recording picture grade (REC P.GRADE) is set to
“STANDARD”.
3) Settings for TIMER PROGRAM are made as follows.
• Designate Monday to Friday as the days of operation
(SPECIAL DW). Then, in Program #1, set the action (MODE)
to “A– 1F” for 08:00 to 15:00 on the designated days(SPL).
• In Program #2, set the action to “B– 1F” for 15:00 to 20:00
on the designated days.
• In Program #3, set the action to “B– 1F” for 08:00 to 17:00
on Saturday.
• In Program #4, set the action to “B– 1F” for 08:00 to 17:00
on Sunday.
• In Program #5, set the action to BACKUP for Sunday’s starttime of 00:00 to end-time of 05:00.
Upon completing the above settings, press the unit’s TIMER
REC button to initiate Timer operation.
♦ Making backups as needed
To make backups, while the unit is running in continuous
recording mode, of portions of the total data stored in the
unit’s hard disk, load the appropriate medium into the archive device and press the ARCHIVE button.
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Using the Timer
Using the Timer
When using the Timer to initiate operation, the SETTING
P1 – P3 screens can be used to set different patterns of
operation as desired. Recording patterns will then conveniently change according to the settings you have entered.
Reset the date and current time before recording.
Refer to page 11 for details on how to set date and time.
Example: Using Program #1 in SETTING P2, mode A cameras
will record at intervals of 25F from 12:00 to 15:00 each day.
1. Press the SET UP button to display the <MENU SETTING> menu.
2. Turn the JOG dial to move the cursor to TIMER PROGRAM
then turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• The <TIMER PROGRAM> menu will appear.
3. Check that the cursor is next to SELECTED PATTERN,
then turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right to fix setting.
<TIMER PROGRAM>
@SELECTED PATTERN
SETTING
P1
SETTING
P2
SETTING
P3
P1
4. Turn the JOG dial to the right to flash P2, then turn the
SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• Timer program pattern 2 is selected now.
5.Turn the JOG dial to move the cursor to SETTING P2 and
turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• The <TIMER PROGRAM> P2 will appear.
<TIMER PROGRAM>
P2
DW
START
END
MODE
@ ––– ––:–– ––:–– ––––––
2 ––– ––:–– ––:–– ––––––
3 ––– ––:–– ––:–– ––––––
TIMER SETTING screen
1) Program Number
2) Day of the Week Display
3) Recording Start Time
4) Next Day Indicator
5) Recording End Time
6) Recording Mode
<TIMER PROGRAM>
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
DW
–––
–––
–––
–––
–––
–––
–––
–––
START
––:––
––:––
––:––
––:––
––:––
––:––
––:––
––:––
END
––:––
––:––
––:––
––:––
––:––
––:––
––:––
––:––
P1
MODE
––––––
––––––
––––––
––––––
––––––
––––––
––––––
––––––
SPECIAL DW:SUN–SAT
7) Special Day of the Week setting
1) Settings for up to 8 programs can be made per screen.
2) Settings for the DW column include:
• The days of the week from Monday to Sunday (SUN-SAT).
• DAY (to record at the same time every day).
• SPL (to record on the days displayed at the bottom of the screen).
3) Time is displayed in 24-hour format. When settings for
recording times overlap, the unit will give priority to the
higher-numbered Program.
4) This symbol indicates that recording time overlaps into
the following day. Continuous recording is programmed by
selecting “DAY” in the DW column and entering the same
time in both the start-time and end-time settings.
5) Display of the program’s end-time.
6) Display of the selected setting for recording interval.
7) Display of the user-specified days for a program. When
“SPL” is selected in the DW column, the unit will initiate the
program on the days specified.
ENGLISH
■ Setting the timer
5. Check to see that the cursor is on Program #1, then turn the
SHUTTLE ring to the right to select the DW column.
<TIMER PROGRAM>
P2
DW
START
END
MODE
@ ––– ––:–– ––:–– ––––––
2 ––– ––:–– ––:–– ––––––
3 ––– ––:–– ––:–– ––––––
6. Turn the JOG dial until “DAY” is displayed on-screen, then
turn the SHUTTLE ring clockwise to complete this setting.
• The cursor will move to the start-time column.
<TIMER PROGRAM>
P2
DW
START
END
MODE
@ DAY ––:–– ––:–– ––––––
2 ––– ––:–– ––:–– ––––––
3 ––– ––:–– ––:–– ––––––
If the wrong day has been selected, turn the
SHUTTLE ring counterclockwise to return to the Day
of the week(DW) column. Use the JOG dial to correct the entry, then once again turn the SHUTTLE
ring clockwise to complete this setting.
7. Use the JOG dial to select “12” in the hour column, then
turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right to complete this setting.
• The cursor will move to the left half of the minutes column.
<TIMER PROGRAM>
P2
DW
START
END
MODE
@ DAY 12:–– ––:–– ––––––
2 ––– ––:–– ––:–– ––––––
3 ––– ––:–– ––:–– ––––––
8. Use the JOG dial to select “00” in the minutes column, then
turn the SHUTTLE ring clockwise to complete this setting.
• The cursor will move to the right half of the minutes column.
Using this same process, complete the setting for the
program’s end-time.
<TIMER PROGRAM>
P2
DW
START
END
MODE
@ DAY 12:00 ––:–– ––––––
2 ––– ––:–– ––:–– ––––––
3 ––– ––:–– ––:–– ––––––
9. Set the MODE column.
• The first field is for selecting the cameras. Use the JOG dial
to select “A–”, and turn the SHUTTLE ring clockwise to
complete this setting.
• The next field is for setting the recording interval. Use the
JOG dial to select the desired interval, then turn the SHUTTLE
ring clockwise to complete this setting.
<TIMER PROGRAM>
P2
DW
START
END
MODE
@ DAY 12:00 15:00 A- 25F
2 ––– ––:–– ––:–– ––––––
3 ––– ––:–– ––:–– ––––––
For effective multiplication, various settings for
operational cameras and recording intervals can be
selected in the Action fields. Refer to page 38 for
details on CAMERA SETTING.
If entries for one or more fields in a program are
left empty, the cursor will return to the DW column.
complete the program setting.
10. To set other programs, repeat steps #5 through #9.
• Up to 8 programs can be set per screen.
• To erase a program entry, press the “WARNING RESET”
button during the programming procedure.
11. Turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right or press the SET UP button.
• Turning the SHUTTLE ring to the left moves the cursor to
the previous entry. Pressing the SET UP button closes the
<TIMER PROGRAM> menu.
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Using the Timer (continued)
12. Press the TIMER REC button.
• The TIMER REC indicator illminates.
• If the current time is covered by a program, the unit will
begin recording immediately.
• If the current time is not covered by a program, the unit will
turn the power off and go into stand-by mode.
• Operation can be shut down completely by pressing the
TIMER REC button once more.
Example: MON - FRI are designated as the days used in
SETTING P1.
The settings for the start-day and the end-day
cannot be identical.
1. Press the SET UP button to display the <MENU SETTING>
menu.Turn the JOG dial to move the cursor to TIMER
PROGRAM then turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• The <TIMER PROGRAM> menu will appear.
“SKIP”: The SKIP setting can be used to temporarily shut down the recording. Recording will stop for
the specified time frame, and the unit’s main power
will automatically turn off.
“POWER”: Used when alarm recording is set with
the Timer, this setting keeps the unit idle, but with
the power on, during the specified time frame.
“ARCHIVE”: This setting is used for making backups of data stored in the unit’s hard disk drive.
Estimating the possible recording during
when using the Timer
Please note when using the Timer that there may be
instances where, because of recording interval, image quality, and audio recording settings, there is insufficient recording space on the uint’s hard disk drive
to complete the Timer recording as programmed.
Please note that when the recording interval setting differs on the RECORDING SET UP screen and
TIMER PROGRAM screen, the possible recording
duration will differ from the duration displayed in ESTD
TIME on the RECORDING SETTING screen.
2. Turn the JOG dial to move the cursor to SETTING P1 then
turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right to display the <TIMER
PROGRAM> menu of P1.
<TIMER PROGRAM>
SELECTED PATTERN
@SETTING
P1
SETTING
P2
SETTING
P3
P1
3. Turn the JOG dial to move the cursor to select “SPECIAL
DW”, then turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
7 SPL 12:00 13:00 A- 25F
8 DAY 13:00 14:25 B-12.5F
@SPECIAL DW:TUE–FRI
4. Turn the JOG dial to select “MON” then turn the SHUTTLE
ring to the right.
7 SPL 12:00 13:00 A- 25F
8 DAY 13:00 14:25 B-12.5F
@SPECIAL DW:MON–FRI
5. Turn the JOG dial to select “FRI” then turn the SHUTTLE
ring to the right.
• The flashing will stop.
7 SPL 12:00 13:00 A- 25F
8 DAY 13:00 14:25 B-12.5F
@SPECIAL DW:MON–FRI
6. Press the TIMER REC button.
When setting the Timer for multiple programs, please
refer to the Recording time table on page 71 to confirm the amount of hard disk space the recording duration will take up under different setting conditions.
<TIMER PROGRAM>
P2
DW START END
MODE
1 DAY 12:00 15:00 A– 25F
@ DAY 13:00 22:00 A–12.5F
3 ––– ––:–– ––:–– –––––––
Using the Timer setting of as an example of estimating possible recording duration, the chart below shows
that everything is recorded on the first day, and on the
second day only remain 16.7% of Program 1 content
is recorded on the hard disk drive. (Conditions ; recording picture grade is set to “HIGH”, Audio Recording is set to “OFF”, built-in 30GB hard disk drive, Storage Limit set to “OFF”.)
Program
Recording time
for one day (A)
Possible duration for
HDD recording
Consecutive Recording (B) space (A/B)
1
3 hour ( 180 minutes)
9 hour (540 minutes)
33.3%
2
9 hour ( 540 minutes)
18 hour (1080 minutes)
50.0%
♦ Setting SPECIAL DW (special day of the week)
By entering a program’s start-day and end-day, the unit can
be set to record during a specific time frame over any number
of days in the week. The unit will record on the days entered
into the program which displays “SPL” in its DW column.
• The TIMER REC indicator will illuminate.
• If the current time is covered by a program, the unit will
begin recording immediately.
• If the current time is not covered by a program, the unit will
turn the power off and go into stand-by mode.
• Operation can be shut down completely by pressing the
TIMER REC button once more.
The unit will not record if there is an error in Timer settings.
The following provides a list of measures for dealing with
errors in Timer settings.
Symptom 1)
The TIMER REC indicator is flashing. The buzzer sounds
if the BUZZER setting is set to WRNG.
Content of this Error
1) The present time or the Timer is not set.
2) The timer program has been made on <TIMER PROGRAM> page, but the correct SELECTED PATTERN is not
selected on the <TIMER PROGRAM> menu.
3) Menu setting is not yet completed.
Countermeasure
1) Set the correct present time (page 11).
2) Select the correct SELECTED PATTERN (page 43).
3) Complete the menu setting.
Symptom 2)
The Timer recording would not start even when the time is
ready for timer recording.
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Using the Timer (continued) / Alarm Recording
Countermeasure
1) Set the HDD FULL to other settings except “STOP” (page 30).
Symptom 3)
The Timer backup would not start even when the time is
ready for timer backup.
Content of this Error
1) The medium of the peripheral connected recording device.
Countermeasure
1) Insert the new medium and press the WARNING RESET
button to erase warning on screen. Press the TIMER REC button to release the timer, then press the TIMER REC button again.
♦ Overlapping Timer settings
When Timer settings overlap, the unit will give priority to
the higher-numbered program.
Example #1
• Program #1 is set for 14:00 to 17:00 with a recording
interval of 0.13F.
• Program #2 is set for 15:00 to 16:00 with recording interval of 0.5F.
Under this condition, the unit will give priority to Program #2
for the duration of the overlapping period, from 15:00 to 16:00.
The unit will operate as shown in the chart below.
Example 1)
14:00
15:00
16:00
■ Alarm Recording
ENGLISH
Content of this Error
1) HDD FULL setting on the <INITIAL SET UP> menu is
set to “STOP”.
When an alarm sensor connected to the ALARM IN terminal is triggered, the unit will switch to the interval setting
established for Alarm Recording and make detailed recordings of the situation.
When running in Alarm Recording mode, the unit
will continue to record for the entire Alarm Recording duration even if the end-time specified in a Timer
Program has been exceeded. Refer to page 33.
♦ Alarm Recording operation
When the ALARM IN terminal is triggered during normal
operation, the unit will respond as shown in the illustration
below.
Example: The unit is programmed for 0.5F recording intervals, and Alarm Recording is set at intervals of 4.17F and
for a duration of 2 minutes.
ALARM SET IN
recording at 0.13F
recording at 4.17F
recording at 0.13F
normal recording
alarm recording
normal recording
2 minutes
♦ Setting Alarm Recording
For details of the setting please refer to “Alarm recording
settings” on page 33.
♦ Operations during Alarm Recording
1) An index signal will automatically be stored in memory
when Alarm Recording begins.
17:00
Alarm recording number
In Program #1, recording is set for every
0.13F, from 14:00 to 17:00.
0.13F
In Program #2, recording is set for
every 0.5F, from 15:00 to 16:00.
0.5F
01-01-2000 SAT A0001
00:00:00 25F
50% C1
In this situation, the unit gives priority to the higher-numbered Program #2.
14:00
Actual recording will occur as follows.
15:00
16:00
0.5F
0.13F
17:00
0.13F
Setting for the prioritized Program #2.
Example #2
• Program #1 is set for 14:00 to 17:00 with a recording
interval of 0.13F.
• Program #2 is set for 15:00 to 16:00 with the SKIP setting.
Again, the unit will give priority to Program #2 for the duration
of the overlapping period. As shown in the illustration below,
the unit will activate the Skip setting from 15:00 to 16:00.
Example 2)
14:00
15:00
16:00
In Program #1, recording is set for
every 0.13F, from 14:00 to 17:00.
0.13F
In Program #2, the SKIP setting is
entered for 15:00 to 16:00.
SKIP
17:00
In this situation, the unit gives priority to the higher-numbered Program #2.
14:00
Actual recording
15:00
0.13F
16:00
NO
RECORDING!
17:00
0.13F
2) If the unit receives a new alarm signal while running in
Alarm Recording mode, the unit will complete the Alarm
Recording session initiated by the new signal.
3) If the unit receives an alarm signal while settings are
being made on the on-screen menus, the unit will exit the
menu screen and begin Alarm Recording.
♦ Alarm Recording time indicators
When Alarm Recording is started, the unit will store a userconfirmable data entry of the time it receives the alarm signal. To access this data entry, press the SEARCH button
to call-up the <SEARCH SELECTION> menu and select
ALARM LIST SEARCH. Use the JOG dial to move the cursor to the desired entry, and turn the SHUTTLE ring to retrieve the entry. (Refer to page 50 for details on “Alarm List
Search”.)
1) Up to 500 entries for Alarm Recording start time can be
displayed. After 500 entries, entry #1 will be erased and
#501 will be added to the list, and so on.
2) As an index signal is also automatically stored at the
beginning of Alarm Recording, the Alarm Recording starttime can also be retrieved using INDEX SEARCH. (Refer
to page 50 for details on “Index Search”.)
Setting for the prioritized Program #2.
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Alarm Recording (continued) / Various recordings
♦ Alarm Recording indicators
1) If the DISPLAY MODE is set for values other than 5 or 6,
an Alarm Recordings count will automatically appear onscreen while the unit is running in Alarm Recording mode.
(Refer to page 24 for details on DISPLAY MODE.)
2) The Alarm Recording indicator will flash on and off during Alarm Recording, and will stay on at the completion of
Alarm Recording.
If the Alarm recording was made even once, the
ALARM REC indicator would keep illuminating.
3) The Alarm Recording counter has a maximum of 9999.
When this figure is exceeded, the count will return to 0001.
INFORMATION
Recording and playback cannot be
done when the pre-alarm indicator light is on. In this
case, press the User button to cancel this condition.
The Pre-alarm Recording function can also be used with
Timer operation.
1. Set the action in TIMER PROGRAM to POWER.
2. Follow the procedure described in Pre-Alarm recording on
page 34 to make necessary settings for pre-alarm recording.
3. Press the TIMER REC button.
• Pre-alarm stand-by mode will start when time is ready.
4. Activate the ALARM IN terminal.
♦ Operation after Alarm Recording
1) At the end of Alarm Recording, the unit will return to the
same recording intervals which were in effect before the
activation of Alarm Recording.
♦ Indexing Alarm Recording time
When the ALARM REC CH. on the <MPX FUNCTIONS>
menu is set to” SEP.”, the index signal will be included at
the top of the entry for the designated camera with the
smallest channel number.
♦ Alarm recording cameras
Please refer to “Setting of Alarm recording camera” on page
39 for details.
■ Basic recordings
Please refer to “Basic recordings” on page 12 for details.
■ Pre-alarm Recording
When the Alarm Recording is in effect, the unit is also able
to make recordings of images taken a few seconds before
a signal is received by the ALARM IN terminal.
disturbance
Alarm input
Time
Camera input
Recording process
Records data on HDD before alarm is input.
• Images captured prior to the ALARM IN terminal being
triggered will be recorded.
The duration of the Pre-alarm Recording will vary
according to the content of the Pre-alarm Recording. The duration of the recording may be lengthened depending on such factors as the recording
content and the timing of alarm signal reception.
• When Pre-Alarm Recording has been set, all the cameras designated under CAMERA SETTING in the <MPX
FUNCTIONS> menu will execute this function. After the
alarm is triggered, only the channels using cameras selected in the ALARM REC CH. setting will be recorded.
Because of this, when the ALARM REC CH. is set to “SEP.”,
the number of recording cameras used in pre-alarm and
post-alarm recording will differ, and the recording intervals
between the two stages will also differ during playback.
• Pre-alarm Recording will start automatically.
■ Repeat Recording
When HDD FULL is selected in the <INITIAL SET UP>
menu, it is possible to specify what the unit will do when its
memory becomes full. By selecting “REPEAT” in the HDD
FULL setting, the unit will continue to record by automatically over-writing the data on its hard disk.
Example: “REPEAT” is selected in the HDD FULL setting.
1. Press the SET UP button to display the <MENU SETTING>
menu.
2. Turn the JOG dial to move the cursor (
UP.
) to INITIAL SET
REAR TERMINAL
SERVICE
@INITIAL SET UP
3. Turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right to display the <INITIAL
SET UP > menu.
<INITIAL SET UP>
@TIME DATE ADJUST
ARCHIVE OVERWRITE
HDD FULL
HDD PB REPEAT
AUTO EJECT
ARCHIVE DATA
OFF
STOP
STOP
ON
ALL
4. Turn the JOG dial to move the cursor to HDD FULL, then
turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right to flash the sub- item.
<INITIAL SET UP>
TIME DATE ADJUST
ARCHIVE OVERWRITE
@HDD FULL
HDD PB REPEAT
AUTO EJECT
ARCHIVE DATA
OFF
STOP
STOP
ON
ALL
5. Turn the JOG dial till REPEAT appears. Turn the SHUTTLE
ring to the right to fix setting.
• The sub-item will stop flashing.
<INITIAL SET UP>
TIME DATE ADJUST
ARCHIVE OVERWRITE
OFF
@HDD FULL
REPEAT
HDD PB REPEAT
STOP
AUTO EJECT
ON
ARCHIVE DATA
ALL
6. Turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right or press the SET UP
button.
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♦ Setting the Series Recording (for both units)
“REC•STANDBY”(Recording standby): The unit stops recording at the moment its hard disk becomes full. The unit
will begin recording by over-writing its hard disk when the
unit receives an alarm signal or a REC terminal signal, or
when the REC button is pushed.
1. Press the SET UP button to display the <MENU SETTING>
menu.
“ALARM•PROT”(Alarm protection): If there is even one instance of Alarm Recording to finish setting, the unit will
stop recording the moment its hard disk becomes full and
will display the HDD FULL message on the monitor. When
WRNG is entered as the BUZZER value (found in the
<REAR TERMINAL> menu), the buzzer will also be activated. When the CALL OUT value (found in the <REAR
TERMINAL> menu) is ON, a CALL OUT signal will be emitted from the CALL OUT terminal. If there are no instances
of Alarm Recording during recording, the unit will continue
recording by automatically over-writing its hard disk.
“STOP”: The unit will stop recording at the moment the
hard disk becomes full, and will display the HDD FULL message on the monitor. When WRNG is entered as the
BUZZER value (found in the <REAR TERMINAL> menu),
the buzzer will also be activated. The unit will stop recording when there is no more storage space in memory. When
the CALL OUT value (found in the <REAR TERMINAL>
menu) is ON, a CALL OUT signal will be emitted from the
CALL OUT terminal. To restart over-writing on the hard disk,
first press the WARNING RESET button to cancel HDD
FULL, and then press the REC button.
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♦ Operation when the hard disk drive becomes full
2. Turn the JOG dial to move the cursor to the REAR TERMINAL
then turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
<REAR TERMINAL>
@MODE OUT
REC
CAPACITY REMAIN HDD-10%
3. Turn the JOG dial to move the cursor to CAPACITY REMAIN
then turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• The sub-item will start flashing.
<REAR TERMINAL>
MODE OUT
REC
@CAPACITY REMAIN HDD-10%
4. Check that the “HDD” is flashing. Turn the SHUTTLE ring to
the right.
• Choose the HDD so that the second unit begins recording
when the first unit’s hard disk approaches its storage limit.
• The flashing will move to capacity setting.
<REAR TERMINAL>
MODE OUT
REC
@CAPACITY REMAIN HDD-10%
5. Turn the JOG dial till desired capacity remain appears and
then turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• The sub-item will stop flashing.
<REAR TERMINAL>
MODE OUT
REC
@CAPACITY REMAIN HDD-10%
■ Series Recording
By connecting multiple units as show in the chart below
and selecting REC•STANDBY in the HDD Repeat Recording setting, this unit can perform Series Recording. In Series Recording, when the first unit’s hard disk has become
full, the second unit automatically begins recording.
System configuration (using two units)
First Unit
REC
POWER ON
POWER OFF
ALARM-OUT
MODE-OUT
CALL OUT
CALL OUT GND
GND
GND
DC 5V OUT
MAX 30mA
GND
CLOCK ADJUST
REC
POWER ON
POWER OFF
ALARM OUT
MODE OUT
CALL OUT
CALL OUT GND
GND
GND
Second Unit
6. Turn the JOG dial to move the cursor to MODE OUT and
turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• The sub-item will start flashing.
<REAR TERMINAL>
@MODE OUT
REC
CAPACITY REMAIN HDD-10%
7. Turn the JOG dial to flash “REMAIN”and turn the SHUTTLE
ring to the right.
• The sub-item will stop flashing.
<REAR TERMINAL>
@MODE OUT
REMAIN
CAPACITY REMAIN HDD-10%
8. Display the <INITIAL SET UP> menu.
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INFORMATION
In this example, when the first unit’s
hard disk reaches its maximum storage capacity, the
second unit will begin recording; when the second
unit’s hard disk reaches its maximum storage capacity, the first unit will begin recording by over-writing its hard disk. If you do not want the first unit to
begin the over-writing process, then configure the
system as illustrated in the graph (see 1 above).
The Series Recording function can also be put into
effect by connecting the CALL OUT terminal in place
of the MODE OUT terminal, and the disk storage
capacity setting is made in the <CALL OUT> menu.
When the CALL OUT terminal is used, if the first
unit experiences malfunction or cannot otherwise
continue recording, the second unit will initiate its
recording process.
• Press the SET UP button to display the <MENU SETTING>
menu. Move the cursor to INITIAL SET UP and turn the
SHUTTLE ring to the right.
<INITIAL SET UP>
@TIME DATE ADJUST
ARCHIVE OVERWRITE
HDD FULL
HDD PB REPEAT
AUTO EJECT
ARCHIVE DATA
OFF
STOP
STOP
ON
ALL
9. Turn the JOG dial to move the cursor to HDD FULL and
turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• The sub-item will start flashing.
<INITIAL SET UP>
TIME DATE ADJUST
ARCHIVE OVERWRITE
@HDD FULL
HDD PB REPEAT
AUTO EJECT
ARCHIVE DATA
OFF
STOP
STOP
ON
ALL
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Various recordings (continued)
10. Turn the JOG dial to display REC•STANDBY and turn the
SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• The sub-item will stop flashing.
<INITIAL SET UP>
TIME DATE ADJUST
ARCHIVE OVERWRITE
OFF
@HDD FULL
REC•STANDBY
HDD PB REPEAT
STOP
AUTO EJECT
ON
ARCHIVE DATA
ALL
OFF
1
SHOT
6. Turn the JOG dial to flash “SHOT”, and turn the SHUTTLE
ring to the right to finish setting.
• The sub-item will stop flashing.
11. Turn the SHUTTLE ring to the left or press the SET UP
button.
♦ Operation during Series Recording
When the storage capacity of the first unit’s memory
reaches a pre-specified level, the second unit will begin
recording. Conversely, when the second unit’s memory
capacity reaches a pre-specified level, the first unit will
begin recording. Through this exchange, recording will
continue uninterrupted.
Overlapping period
PRE A-REC
ONESHOT•FIELD
@ONESHOT•INTERVAL
PRE A-REC
ONESHOT•FIELD
@ONESHOT•INTERVAL
OFF
1
SHOT
Shot Recording will automatically begin at the
specified time frame when settings other than the
“SHOT” settings of 15 sec., 30 sec., 45 sec., 1 min.,
2 min., 3 min., 5 min. is entered. In this case, recording will begin even if the REC button has not
been pressed (or the REC terminal has not been
grounded).
Overlapping period
7. Turn the JOG dial to move the cursor to ONESHOT•FIELD
and turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
Operation of
unit #1
Recording
Recording
Operation of
unit #2
Recording
• The sub-item will start flashing.
PRE A-REC
@ONESHOT•FIELD
ONESHOT•INTERVAL
OFF
1
SHOT
■ Shot Recording
By selecting “SHOT” in the REC INTERVAL setting, a userspecified number of frames will be recorded every time
the REC button is pressed (or every time the REC terminal is activated). It is also possible to establish a specific
time frame for putting this function into effect, so that the
unit will automatically record a certain number of frames
without the REC button being pressed (or the REC terminal being grounded).
1. Press the SET UP button to display the <MENU SETTING>
menu.
2. Turn the JOG dial to move the cursor to RECORDING SET
UP and turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• The <RECORDING SET UP> menu will appear.
<RECORDING SET UP>
@REC INTERVAL
REC P.GRADE
AUDIO RECORDING
25F
HIGH
OFF
3. Turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right again to flash the subitem of REC INTERVAL.
<RECORDING SET UP>
@REC INTERVAL
REC P.GRADE
AUDIO RECORDING
25F
HIGH
OFF
4. Turn the JOG dial to flash “SHOT”. Turn the SHUTTLE ring
to the right to set the sub-item.
• The sub-item will stop flashing.
<RECORDING SET UP>
@REC INTERVAL
REC P.GRADE
AUDIO RECORDING
8. Turn the JOG dial to flash “ 1” and turn the SHUTTLE ring to
the right to finish setting.
• The sub-item will stop flashing.
PRE A-REC
@ONESHOT•FIELD
ONESHOT•INTERVAL
OFF
1
SHOT
The number of frames to be recorded is set each
time the REC button is pressed (or the REC terminal is grounded). The desired number of frames can
be selected from among the following: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,
10, 20, 30.
9. Turn the JOG dial to the left or press the SET UP button.
10. Press the REC button or ground the REC terminal.
• After recording the number of frames specified in the Shot
Recording setting, the unit will go into Shot Recording
standby mode.
11. Press the REC button to ground the REC terminal again if
necessary.
• A pre-specified number of frames will be recorded each time
this operation is executed.
During Shot Recording, please leave an interval
of at least 0.5 seconds between each activation of
the REC terminal (or each press of the REC button).
12. Press the STOP button to stop recording.
SHOT
HIGH
OFF
5. Turn the JOG dial to move the cursor to ONESHOT•INTERVAL and turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• The sub-item will start flashing.
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Various playback
1. Press the PAUSE button during playback.
• The unit will shift into still frame mode. By pressing the PAUSE
button once again, the unit will return to its previous mode.
• By pressing the Camera number button while the still frame
is displayed, the unit will conduct a forward search of that
channel’s images and immediately display them on-screen.
■ Shuttle viewing
The SHUTTLE ring can be used to adjust playback speed
to varying rates. Playback speed will vary according to how
far the SHUTTLE ring is turned.
The unit will shift to still frame playback mode when
the SHUTTLE ring is returned to its former position.
1. Press the PAUSE button during playback, and then turn
the SHUTTLE ring.
3
4
5
2
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
6
7
Reverse speed search (1MB units)
Reverse speed search (5X speed)
Reverse speed search (3X speed)
Still frame playback
Forward speed search (3X speed)
Forward speed search (5X speed)
Forward speed search (1MB units)
■ Shuttle hold
By pressing the PAUSE button during playback (or reverse
playback), the unit will shift into still frame mode. Rotate the
SHUTTLE ring in the desired direction and to the desired search
speed, then press the PAUSE button while holding the SHUTTLE ring to position. Search speed will be maintained even
when the SHUTTLE ring is returned to its original position.
■ Direct shuttle viewing
Direct shuttle playback can be activated by turning the
SHUTTLE ring during playback or reverse playback.
The unit will shift to regular playback mode when
the SHUTTLE ring is returned to its former position.
1. Turn the SHUTTLE ring during playback.
Please refer to the above diagram for the playback speed.
cause the unit is simultaneously engaged in searching for
images in the displayed channel.
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■ Playing still frames
■ Reverse playback
1. Press the REV PLAY button when the unit is not in operation.
• The unit will begin reverse playback.
On the first reverse playback after the power
switch is turned on or after recording, the unit will
start by displaying the last recorded image.
■ Changing playback intervals
When the PLAY or REV PLAY button is pressed while the
unit is not in operation, playback will occur at the same intervals as the recording intervals. Playback intervals can be
changed, however, when the PLAY or REV PLAY button is
pressed while the unit is in playback or reverse playback
operation. (The unit will emit a sound to indicate that playback interval has been changed.)
Playback intervals can be confirmed on-screen
by using the single-screen display mode and entering “2” or “3” in the DISPLAY MODE setting of the
<TIME DATE DISPLAY> menu.
The audio recording cannot be played when playback interval has been altered, even if the playback
interval is returned to its original rate. To play back the
audio recording, stop playback once and restart it at
the original rate.
• Playback or reverse playback intervals are speed up when the
PLAY button is pressed, and playback or reverse playback intervals are slowed down when the REV PLAY button is pressed.
INFORMATION
This is a convenient function for slow
viewing of recordings with fast movement as well as fast
playback of images captured at long recording intervals.
■ High-speed fast-forward/high-speed rewind
When the SHUTTLE ring is turned clockwise or counter
clockwise for over one second during STOP mode, the unit
will shift into high-speed fast-forward or high-speed rewind
mode, and an indicator will appear at the bottom left of the
monitor. “S” denotes the start point of the data stored in the
hard disk, and “E” denotes the end point. The vertical line
marks the current position.
01-01-1999 FRI A0001
00:00:00 25F
30%
INFORMATION
When playback images recorded
at different recording intervals, there may be rare
occasions when playback speed differs from the
original recording rate.
■ Frame-by-frame playback
1. Turn the JOG dial in either direction during still frame playback.
• Turn the JOG dial to the right to move forward one frame
and to the left to move back one frame. Continue turning the
JOG dial to the right for forward playback of consecutive
frames and to the left for reverse playback of consecutive
frames. Stop turning the dial for still frame viewing.
• During frame-by-frame playback in single-screen display
mode, playback will lag behind rapid JOG dial rotation be-
S
E
■ Monitor display settings and playback operation
• Single screen: The screen will change frame by frame at
a rate equal to the recording interval multiplied by the
number of cameras used in the recording.
• SPLIT 4: Each mini-screen will change frame by frame at a rate
equal to the recording interval multiplied by the number of cameras used in the recording. The screen display shift to still frame
mode during playback from a camera which is not indicated.
• SPLIT 9: Each mini-screen will change frame by frame at
the recorded rate.
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Various search
■ Time date search
Please refer to page 14 for detailed operation.
■ Index Search
During Alarm Recording, an index signal will automatically
be written onto the hard disk. Index Search is a process of
retrieving still frames using their associated index signal.
The index count can be set, as desired, up to 99.
Example: Enter 10 for the index count, then start a search.
1. Press the SEARCH button to display the <SEARCH
SELECTION> menu.
2. Turn the JOG dial to move the cursor to INDEX SEARCH
and turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• The <INDEX SEARCH> menu will appear.
<SEARCH SELECTION>
TIME DATE SEARCH
@INDEX SEARCH
SKIP SEARCH
ALARM LIST SEARCH
JUMP TO START POINT
3. Turn the JOG dial to display the desired index count, then
turn the SHUTTLE ring to the desired search direction. (Turn
right to move forward, turn left to move in reverse.)
When using DDS tape, index searches can be
performed in the forward direction only.
• Index Search will begin, and images of the desired index
count will appear on SPLIT 9 screen as still frames.
• The index count will begin blinking if the index signal has not
been recorded, i.e., the Index Search will not be executed. Press
the SEARCH button when the unit returns to normal playback mode.
<INDEX SEARCH>
10
I n p u t INDEX DATA.
T u r n t h e SHUTTLE RING
<< or >> t o SEARCH.
4. To change the search image from SPLIT 9 screen to the
single screen, select the camera number by pressing the
CAMERA NUMBER button on the front of this unit.
• First press the SEARCH button, then delete the <SEARCH
SELECTION> menu.
• The selected image will be shown on the Single screen mode.
Cannot change the display, during the search
selection menu will appear.
5. To play back search results.
Present position
A•REC: Alarm Recording
-15
A•REC
-2
-1
A•REC
A•REC
+1
+2
+15
A•REC A•REC
Beginning of playback device
A•REC
End of playback device
■ Skip Search
Skip Search is a process where the unit automatically
searches for an index signal, then retrieves the visuals
associated with that index and plays back the images for 5
seconds each.
To play back search results, press the PLAY button for the desired image.
1. Press the SEARCH button to display the <SEARCH
SELECTION> menu.
2. Turn the JOG dial to move the cursor to SKIP SEARCH
then turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• The <SKIP SEARCH> menu will appear.
<SKIP SEARCH>
Turn the SHUTTLE RING
<< or >> to SEARCH.
3. Turn the SHUTTLE ring to desired direction (Forward search
to the right and reverse to the left).
• The unit begins the Index Search, and plays back the images
associated to the index for five seconds each on SPLIT 9 screen.
Depending on the recording condition of the index signal, there might be occasions when Skip
Search cannot be performed.
The unit cannot be selected to single screen display mode during Skip Search.
4. Press the STOP button to stop searching.
■ Alarm List Search
When Alarm Recording is initiated (refer to page 45), the
Alarm Recording start time will be added to the Alarm List.
Alarm List Search is a process which uses the associated
Alarm Recording start time to retrieve a desired image for
still frame playback.
Alarm Recording start-times can be registered
up to 500 times. After the 500th time, the first starttime will be erased and the 501st start-time will be
added to the list.
• Press either the PLAY button or the PAUSE button.
Refer to page 49 for details on Various playback.
1. Press the SEARCH button to display the <SEARCH
SELECTION> menu.
To exit the <INDEX SEARCH> menu without activating the search, press the SEARCH button on
the front of the unit.
2. Turn the JOG dial to move the cursor to ALARM LIST
SEARCH then turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right to display
the <ALARM LIST SEARCH> menu.
6. Press the STOP button to stop playback and still frame mode.
• Press the SEARCH button, the display will revert to its
original state.
♦ How to count index signals
Present time in the diagram below represents the point of
playing back or stopped playing back. To search index
with “+”, turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right to search forward. To search index with “-”, turn the SHUTTLE ring to
the left to search backward.
<SEARCH SELECTION>
TIME DATE SEARCH
INDEX SEARCH
SKIP SEARCH
@ALARM LIST SEARCH
JUMP TO START POINT
3. Turn the JOG dial till the cursor goes to desired alarm list
number, then turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• The unit begins the ALARM LIST SEARCH, and retrieves the
image associated with the selected time (or the time closest to
the selected time) for still frame playback on SPLIT 9 screen.
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Using the backup device/copy device
Using peripheral devices / Using the archive device/copy device
C
2
4
1
The JOG dial can be used to move the cursor
line-by-line through the list. When the cursor
reaches either the top or the bottom of the list, the
<ALARM LIST SEARCH> menu will scroll to the
next page. To move through the pages, place the
cursor over “No.”, and turn the SHUTTLE ring.
When over-writing data stored on the hard disk
drive, the start-time for a given Alarm Recording
will be automatically erased from the Alarm List
when the image data recorded at the start of that
Alarm Recording is over-written.
4. Repeat steps 4 to 6 of Index search on page 50 to display
the single screen, to play back and to stop the search results.
■ Jump to Start point
A process for finding the start point of oldest recorded data,
and delivering that start-point on-screen as a still frame.
1. Press the SEARCH button to display the <SEARCH
SELECTION> menu.
2. Turn the JOG dial to move the cursor to JUMP TO START
POINT and turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
<SEARCH SELECTION>
TIME DATE SEARCH
INDEX SEARCH
SKIP SEARCH
ALARM LIST SEARCH
@JUMP TO START POINT
3. Turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right when the <JUMP TO
START POINT> menu appears.
• The unit begins the first search and displays the still frames
of the opening part of the recording on a SPLIT 9 screen.
For full-screen viewing of a particular frame, press the button
of that image’s camera number.
<JUMP TO START POINT>
T u r n t h e SHUTTLE RING
> > t o EXECUTE.
To play back search results, press either the
PLAY button or the PAUSE button.
4. Press the STOP button to stop searching.
• The display will revert to its original state.
During playback of the archive device or copy
device media, playback can be made using an interval that differs from the recording interval by pressing the PLAY button or the REV PLAY button. Visual
quality will depend on the device’s transmission
speed.
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<ALARM LIST SEARCH>
No. DATE
TIME
0003 26-01-2001 18:54:25
0002 26-01-2001 18:34:40
@0001 25-01-2001 18:20:00
3. Select the device to be played by pressing the PLAY DEVICE
button on the front of this unit. The selected device’s indicator
light will turn on.
PLAY DEVICE
Check whether the connected device’s access
lamp is on.
4. Press the PLAY button.
• The device will start playing after a still picture has been
displayed.
Various play and search options using the SHUTTLE ring are possible during playback of the copy
device, although there will be some delay before
images are displayed.
INFORMATION
When the DDS device is used as a
peripheral, there will be a few minutes delay in playback and eject, depending on the condition of the
recording.
■ Copying from the hard disk to the copy
device
This unit features the capability to use a designated copy
device to copy data recorded on its hard disk. In addition,
the Copy range can be specified.
The copy device must be connected to ID5 when
copying recorded material. Refer to page 18 for more
details on ID numbers.
• Set the COPY DIRECTION on the <COPY SELECTION>
menu to “HDD –> COPY”.
• Set the OVERWRITE on the <COPY SELECTION> menu
to “OFF”. Refer to page 15 for details on the <COPY SELECTION> menu settings.
When “ON” is selected, previously recorded data
will be erased and the designated Copy range will
be copied. When “OFF” is specified, copying will
begin at a point after the previously recorded data.
■ SCSI ID number allocation
ID0 to ID3 are allocated to the main hard disk drive. ID4 is
allocated to the archive device, and ID5 is allocated to the
copy device.
■ Choosing among the devices
The device to be played can be chosen using the PLAY
DEVICE button located on the main unit’s front face. Check
to see that the selected device’s PLAY DEVICE indicator
is on.
1. Press the POWER button.
2. Insert the medium of archive device or copy device.
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Making copies
■ Restoring items onto the hard disk from
the copy device
This unit features the capability to restore recorded data
to the hard disk from a copy device. In addition, the restore range can be specified.
• Set the COPY DIRECTION on the <COPY SELECTION> menu to “COPY –> HDD”.
• “ON” is the only setting available for the
OVERWRITE on the <COPY SELECTION> menu.
■ Restoring items from the archive device to
the hard disk
This unit features the capability to restore recorded data
to the hard disk from an archive device. In addition, the
Restore range can be specified. “ON” is the only available
setting for the Restore function.
The archive device must be connected to ID4
when making backups of recorded material. Refer
to page 18 for more details on ID numbers.
♦ Manual setting of Copy range
1. Press the COPY button.
• The <COPY SELECTION> menu will appear.
• Use the JOG dial and SHUTTLE ring to designate the copy
destination.
2. Use the JOG dial to move the cursor to “TRANSFER
PERIOD”, then turn the SHUTTLE ring clockwise to select
“MAN”.
<COPY SELECTION>
COPY DIRECTION HDD}COPY
OVERWRITE
OFF
@TRANSFER PERIOD
MAN
FROM:01-01-99 00:00:00
3. Turn the SHUTTLE ring clockwise to enter the MAN setting,
then use the JOG dial to move the cursor to the start-time
field and turn SHUTTLE ring clockwise.
• The Date column will start blinking.
<COPY SELECTION>
COPY DIRECTION HDD}COPY
OVERWRITE
OFF
TRANSFER PERIOD
MAN
@ FROM:01-01-99 00:00:00
If the Copy range exceeds the amount of available storage space in the copy medium, the unit will
issue a size error warning during copy operation. In
this case, either reset the Copy range or replace the
copy medium. Refer to page 75 for more details on
warning indicators. In addition, if the COPY button
is pressed when the Copy range is set to “ALL”, the
unit will automatically input the Copy range. This
does not mean, however, that the Copy function has
been started.
INFORMATION
The unit is capable of recording
onto its hard disk while executing the Copy function. The unit generates a OVERTAKE warning during copying when hard disk over-writing is being approached. When it is exceeded, a CALL OUT signal
will be emitted from the CALL OUT terminal, and
the Copy function will be halted.
♦ Automatic settings for Copy range
By setting “TRANSFER PERIOD” to “ALL” or “A/B”, the
process of setting copy range becomes greatly simplified.
Refer to steps 1 to 3 on the left for the setting procedure.
• When “ALL” is selected, the start- and end-times of the
data recorded in the hard disk are displayed. Select “ALL”
in step 2 of the procedure outlined on the left, then complete steps 5 and 6 to complete this setting. (There will be
instances where it takes time for the peripheral device to
collect the copy start- and end-times from the main unit,
after “ALL” has been selected.)
• When “A/B” is selected, the start- and end-times selected
using the USER SETUP button will be displayed. Refer to
page 25 for details on User button settings. Select “A/B” in
step 2 of the procedure outlined on the left, then complete
steps 5 and 6 to complete this setting.
Limits to the copy range can be established by first using
the automatic setting procedure described above to set
start-time and end-time, then performing the manual settings on the copy range described on the left.
♦ Automatic adjustments of Copy range
4. Use the JOG dial and SHUTTLE ring to set the desired
start-time and end-time.
• To establish the start-time and end-time settings, use the
SHUTTLE ring to move the flashing area to the far right, then
turn the SHUTTLE ring clockwise.
<COPY SELECTION>
COPY DIRECTION HDD}COPY
OVERWRITE
OFF
TRANSFER PERIOD
MAN
FROM:28-05-99 12:23:42
@
TO:28-05-99 12:25:42
5. Use the JOG dial to move the cursor to EXECUTE, then
turn the SHUTTLE ring clockwise to select “ON”.
FROM:28-05-99 12:23:42
TO:28-05-99 12:25:42
@EXECUTE
ON
T u r n t h e SHUTTLE RING
> > t o EXECUTE.
This copying method automatically adjusts copy size to the
copy medium’s available storage space, using one limit of
the Copy range as a fixed point.
a) Designating start-time
Copy start-time is set manually, then end-time is adjusted
automatically according to the copy medium’s available
storage space.
• Designate start-time.
• Set end-time in the (
field.
** - ** - ** ** : ** : **)
When the copy end-point is automatically adjusted, the actual recording proceeds as shown in
the following chart.
6. Turn the SHUTTLE ring clockwise to initiate the Copy or
Restore functions.
• When Copy range is set manually, the unit will execute the
Copy function at a range slightly larger than the setting.
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Making backups
Start point
End point
2. Turn the SHUTTLE ring clockwise to select the “Year” field
of the Copy start/end-time display, and use the JOG dial to
select “
”.
**
ENGLISH
1) When the amount of data in the copy source is
larger than the amount of data in the copy destination.
TRANSFER PERIOD
MAN
@ FROM:28-05-99 12:25:34
:
:
TO:
EXECUTE
OFF
** ** ** ** ** **
** (Auto)
Copy source
TRANSFER PERIOD
FROM:
@
TO:
EXECUTE
MAN
** ** ** **::**::**
** ** ** ** **OFF
**
Copy destination
2) When the amount of data in the copy source is
smaller than the amount of data in the copy destination.
End Point
Start Point
Copy source
** (Auto)
**
• When the start point of a) is specified, “
” is displayed
at the Date position of the end-point. When copying using
method b), “
” is displayed at the Year position of the
start-point. When the Year position of the start point is set to
display “
” , the end-time display is automatically set to
display “
”.
**
**
**
3. Use steps 5 and 6 from “Manual settings for Copy range ” to
initiate the Copy function.
■ Backup operation
The unit can be made to record unsaved hard disk data in
its archive device each time the ARCHIVE button is pressed.
This backup process is conducted as follows:
Copy destination
b) Copying the newest copyable data from the hard disk
Copy range is automatically adjusted to the copy medium’s available storage space using the end-point of recording on the hard disk.
• Set start-time and end-time in the (
:
:
) field.
** ** **
** - ** - **
Recording
on HDD
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Previous backup
range
Archive Pointer
When the unit is set to copy the newest copyable
data from the hard disk, the actual recording proceeds as shown in the following chart.
During Backup operation, backups are created
starting with the oldest data stored on the hard disk
drive.
1) When the amount of data in the copy source is
larger than the amount of data in the copy destination.
The position of the Archive Pointer Glossary will
not be erased when the unit’s main power switch is
turned off. To cancel the position of the pointer, use
the “ARCHIVE POINT RESET” setting in the <INITIAL SET UP> menu. Refer to page 28 for more
details.
Start Point
** (Auto)
End Point
Copy source
Copy destination
2) When the amount of data in the copy source is
smaller than the amount of data in the copy destination.
Start Point
**
(Auto)
End Point
When the ARCHIVE button is pressed, the unit will use its
archive device to make backups of data recorded after the
point indicated by the Archive Pointer.
This backup process can also be conducted during recording operation, but please note that the following restrictions apply.
♦ Cancelling Copy operation
The COPY process can be stopped by pressing the WARNING RESET button while the recorder is operating in COPY
mode.
Copy source
Copy destination
♦ Procedure for setting “
** ”
1. Use steps 1 to 3 from “Manual settings for Copy range ”
written on the previous page.
TRANSFER PERIOD
MAN
@ FROM:29-01-01 09:25:24
TO:05-02-01 10:22:53
EXECUTE
OFF
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Making backups (continued)
• Restrictions during Backup Recording
1. Selectable recording intervals for simultaneous backup
Recording interval for simultaneous backup of recorded
data is determined by the data-writing speed of the connected device. For reference, the following chart provides
a list of interval modes which can be selected when the
unit is used in conjunction with a Hewlett-Packard C1556A
drive (DDS3). (The same modes apply when the main hard
disk drive has been expanded.)
Field/sec.
REC P.GRADE
25F
12.5F
8.33F
■ Individual settings during Backup
operation
Select either “ON” or “OFF” for the ARCHIVE OVERWRITE
setting on the <INITIAL SET UP> menu.The default setting is “OFF”. Use the JOG dial and SHUTTLE ring to check
that settings are as desired. (Refer to page 29.)
:Simultaneous backup is possible without audio
:Simultaneous backup is possible with audio
2. Precautions when designating Timer simultaneous
backup
The Backup Program, which can be designated as an individual operation, can also be designated with the RECORD
and POWER Programs. The following items apply when
designating these multiple program modes.
1) There may be restrictions imposed by the other recording devices, it is recommended that adequate program
checks are run before actual operation.
*) Precautions when connecting devices requiring time to
halt startup (e.g., archive devices, tape recording devices
etc.)
• Using the Backup setting’s designated time plus 5 minutes (the halt startup time of the peripheral recording devices) as a gauge, set the unit so that modes do not change.
(Refer to illustration 1.)
• Even when only designating the backup mode, add one
minute or more to the backup operation time, and set other
programs to start and stop. ( Refer to Illustration 2. )
RECORDING A-8.33F
(or POWER setting)
RECORDING A-8.33F
(or POWER setting)
Backup
Backup
Longer than 5 minutes
Press the ARCHIVE button during Backup Recording to
halt operation. The Archive Pointer will be re-positioned to
where operation was stopped, and the next Backup Recording will begin at this point. The unit will halt operation
while the ARCHIVE button is blinking; please wait until the
button’s light stays on.
♦ Choosing a backup system
6.25F
SUPERIOR
HIGH
NonSTANDARD selectable
BASIC
LOW
RECORDING A-8.33F
(or POWER setting)
♦ Cancelling Backup operation
Longer than 1 minutes
Illustration 1:
Correct setting
Longer than 1 minutes
Illustration 2
♦ ARCHIVE button operation
a) “OFF”: Data will be added to the storage medium from
the point where previous Backup Recording was completed.
Archive pointer
Default setting
before backup recording
(Archive media)
capacity
TUE
Archive pointer
After finishing backup
TUE
WED
THU
Additional recording from the Archive pointer
b) “ON”: Data previously recorded on the storage medium
will be over-written and erased.
This data will be erased.
( Archive media)
Default setting
before backup recording
After backup
recording
Capacity
TUE
WED
THU
FRI
Overwriting backup
♦ Auto-eject at the completion of backup
The unit can be set so that the storage medium will be
automatically ejected upon completion of Backup process.
Refer to page 30 for details on the setting procedure.
Besides this setting, the archive medium will be automatically ejected under the following conditions.
• When the archive medium becomes full during One-touch
Backup.
• When the archive medium becomes full during Timer
Backup.
• When the ARCHIVE button is pressed once again, after
operation has been initiated with the ARCHIVE button.
• When a recording malfunction, medium error, or system
error occurs during Backup operation.
The transfer of data, for backup purposes, from the unit’s
HDD to a peripheral recording device is performed in fixed
data amounts each time. Data transfer begins when 30MB
is recorded onto the HDD. Accordingly, even if the ARCHIVE
button is lit, there are times when the operation of archive
devices are stopped in order to reduce fatigue on these devices. To end the backup, please press the ARCHIVE button
one more time as the button remains lit even after the backup
process is finished. The ARCHIVE button will start blinking
when pressed, and will stop blinking when recorded data
has been transferred, thus ending the backup process.
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Making backups (continued) / Other convenient functions
Timer Backup is a method for using the timer to perform
the one-touch backup described on page 53. The timer
can be used to archive data in the main hard disk drive
which has not yet been backed up. The unit can archive
data even if it is currently in the process of Timer Recording. Please check the settings for backup over-writing. (Refer to page 30 for more details.)
Make sure to connect the archive device using
SCSI ID4.
Example: Use Program #5 in the Timer operational mode
P2 to make a backup everyday between 00:00 to 05:00.
(All data is backed up in one session.)
1. Press the SET UP button to display the <MENU SETTING>
menu.
2. Turn the JOG dial to move the cursor to TIMER PROGRAM.
3. Turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right to display the <TIMER
PROGRAM> menu. Check that the cursor is next to
SELECTED PATTERN, turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• The sub-item will start flashing.
8. Turn the SHUTTLE ring to the left or press the SET UP
button.
• The Timer Backup is grouped as shown in the following
illustration.
<TIMER PROGRAM>
DW START END
1 SAT 19:30 22:30
2 TUE 10:00 11:00
3 SPL 10:00 17:00
4 WED 07:00 08:00
@ DAY 00:00 05:00
P2
MODE
A– 25F
B–12.5F
B–
1F
B–
1F
ARC
A recording operation warning is displayed when
hard drive data which has yet to be backed up is
about to be over-written. After that, a recording malfunction message will be displayed when that point
has been exceeded.
INFORMATION
<TIMER PROGRAM>
SELECTED PATTERN
@SETTING
P1
SETTING
P2
SETTING
P3
P1
4. Turn the JOG dial to select “P2” and turn the SHUTTLE ring
to the right.
<TIMER PROGRAM>
SELECTED PATTERN
@SETTING
P1
SETTING
P2
SETTING
P3
P2
5. Turn the JOG dial to move the cursor to SETTING P2, then
turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• The <TIMER PROGRAM> of P2 appears.
<TIMER PROGRAM>
P2
DW START END
MODE
@ SAT 19:30 22:30 A– 25F
2 TUE 10:00 11:00 B–12.5F
3 SPL 10:00 17:00 B–
1F
6. Turn the JOG dial to move the cursor to Program #5, then
turn the SHUTTLE ring clockwise to move the cursor to the
DW column.
• Group the backup program to the largest available program
number.
• Use the JOG dial to select “DW” and turn the SHUTTLE ring
clockwise to complete this setting.
• Repeating the above procedure, use the JOG dial and
SHUTTLE ring to set start time and end time.
<TIMER PROGRAM>
DW START END
1 SAT 19:30 22:30
2 TUE 10:00 11:00
3 SPL 10:00 17:00
4 WED 07:00 08:00
@ ––– ––:–– ––:––
The start point of the backup is at the position of
the Archive Pointer Glossary , and its end point is
where backup is terminated within the designated
time frame. When backup is completed within the
designated time frame, the unit saves the Archive
Pointer at this position, and will start the next backup
at this position.
ENGLISH
■ Timer Backup
The unit can be set so that a CALL
OUT signal is emitted when the archive medium has
run out of storage space. Refer to page 27 for more
details on CALL OUT settings.
■ Power failure reset recording
The unit will restart recording after the event of a power
failure, even if the unit was running in recording mode prior
to the power failure. When running Timer Recording, the
unit will restart recording if the power failure ends before
the user-specified time frame. An “X” will appear on the
right of the monitor’s time display for approximately one
minute after operation resumes following a power failure.
In the case of a power failure during recording,
image quality may be partially degraded and search
functions may not operate normally.
■ Power failure time display
The start-times of power failures are recorded when the
unit is turning on electricity, and can be confirmed later.
(Start times of power failures occurring during backup operation are not recorded.) Refer to page 28 for more details.
P2
MODE
A– 25F
B–12.5F
B–
1F
B–
1F
––––––
7. When MODE column is flashing, select “ARC” then turn the
SHUTTLE ring to the right.
<TIMER PROGRAM>
DW START END
1 SAT 19:30 22:30
2 TUE 10:00 11:00
3 SPL 10:00 17:00
4 WED 07:00 08:00
@ DAY 00:00 05:00
P2
MODE
A– 25F
B–12.5F
B–
1F
B–
1F
––––––
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Connecting
to functions
a personal
RS-232Ccomputer
settings
Other
convenient
Other convenient functions (continued)
■ Power failure compensation circuit
The unit is equipped with an internal power failure compensation circuit, and, after a full recharge of 48 or more
hours, will preserve data and time settings for one month.
Timer settings and menu settings will also be preserved.
Time settings will not be precise, however, if the circuit has
been unplugged for a long period of time. If this situation
continues, it is recommended that current time settings are
confirmed.
A maximum of 50 instances of power outage can
be displayed.
■ RESET button
The following conditions occur when the RESET button
located on the unit’s back panel is pressed (using a ballpoint pen or other object): the current time is erased, the
system is reset, and main power is turned off. Recorded
data and menu settings will not be erased.
<PASSWORD SETTING>
1. - - - -
2. - - - -
PASSWORD ERROR
• The display reading “Turn the SHUTTLE RING >> to ENTER
” appears when the menu is displayed. If the password is
not enter, turning the SHUTTLE ring to the left will result in
an error.
• If a password error occurs, the incorrect password may be
cleared using the WARNING RESET key.
<PASSWORD LOCK>
PASSWORD ERROR
4. Turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• The password is now set, and the normal operating screen
appears.
■ Simple lock function
When the LOCK button is pressed (with a ball-point pen,
for example), the unit’s buttons, JOG dial, and SHUTTLE
ring cannot be used, and the unit will remain fixed in its
current settings. The Multiplexer button (refer to page 6),
however, cannot be used with the LOCK function. Press
the LOCK button to cancel this function. The LOCK indicator light will show when the unit is in Lock mode.
■ PASSWORD LOCK function
Pressing the LOCK button on the front of the unit will enable you to record a password.
Once the password has been entered and the unit has been
locked, the functions other than the camera switch will not
operate unless the correct password is entered.
Example: Turning the PASSWORD LOCK functions on and
off.
“OFF”: The PASSWORD LOCK functions can be disabled
by pressing the LOCK button on the front of the unit and
entering the password.
“ON”: To return to locked status, press the LOCK button
again.
<PASSWORD LOCK>
- - - -
INPUT PASSWORD
Turn the SHUTTLE RING
>> to ENTER
Example: Recording the password for the first time.
1. Hold the LOCK key down for at least 5 seconds.
• The <PASSWORD SETTING> menu will appear.
<PASSWORD SETTING>
@1. - - - -
2. - - - -
INPUT PASSWORD
Turn the SHUTTLE RING
>> to ENTER
2. Enter the password.
• Enter a four-digit password.
<PASSWORD SETTING>
1. - - - -
@2. - - - -
INPUT PASSWORD again.
Turn the SHUTTLE RING
>> to ENTER
• The password may consist of the numbers from 1 to 9 which
are assigned to the camera switch button located on the front
of the unit. 0 is assigned to the ZOOM key. (Refer to page 6.)
3. Re-enter the password.
NOTE: Contact the vendor if you forget your passwrd.
Example: Changing passwords.
1. During unlocking, press the LOCK button for five seconds.
• The <PASSWORD LOCK> menu will appear.
<PASSWORD LOCK>
- - - -
INPUT PASSWORD
Turn the SHUTTLE RING
>> to ENTER
2. Enter the current password.
3. The <PASSWORD SETTING> menu will appear.
• Using the same procedure for setting the original password,
enter and set the new password.
<PASSWORD SETTING>
@1. - - - -
2. - - - -
INPUT PASSWORD
Turn the SHUTTLE RING
>> to ENTER
• “Turn the SHUTTLE RING >> to ENTER” will appear on the
screen.
• If the wrong password is enter , the menu will display the
PASSWORD ERROR, and the all the “
” will be cleared.
Enter the password again.
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RS-232C settings / Connecting to a personal computer
This setting can be used for remote device control and recording supplementary information when the main unit is
connected to a PC.
Personal Computer
1
1
2
2
GND
♦ Transmission speed
ENGLISH
♦ Direct connection
■ RS-232C settings
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
GND
ALARM IN
RS-232C
Example: Transmission speed is set for 48000 bps.
1. Press the SET UP button to display the <MENU SETTING>
menu.
2. Turn the JOG dial to move the cursor to REAR TERMINAL
then turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
RS-232C crossover cable
Please use RS-232C crossover cable (9pin) to
connect a modem with a personal computer. RS 232C Crossover cable differs depending on the personal computer.
<REAR TERMINAL>
@MODE OUT
REC
CAPACITY REMAIN HDD-10%
CALL OUT
BUZZER
KEY
RS-232C SETTING
3. Turn the JOG dial to move the cursor to RS-232C SETTING
and turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right.
• The <RS-232C SETTING> menu will appear.
CALL OUT
BUZZER
@RS-232C SETTING
KEY
4. Check that the cursor is next to TRANSMISSION RATE
and turn the SHUTTLE ring to the right to flash the sub-item.
<RS-232C SETTING>
@TRANSMISSION RATE
DATA BIT LENGTH
PARITY BIT
STOP BIT LENGTH
DELIMITER
1200
8BIT
NONE
1BIT
CR
5. Turn the JOG dial to select “4800” and turn the SHUTTLE
ring to the right to finish setting.
<RS-232C SETTING>
@TRANSMISSION RATE
DATA BIT LENGTH
PARITY BIT
STOP BIT LENGTH
DELIMITER
4800
8BIT
NONE
1BIT
CR
6. Press the SET UP button.
• The <RS-232C SETTING> menu will disappear.
■ Connecting with a personal computer
This setting can be used for remote device control and recording supplementary information when the main unit is
connected to a PC.
Please use RS-232C Straight cable (9pin) to connect a modem with this unit. The setting of CTS
should be set to “HIGH” or “ON”. Please refer to the
instruction manual of a modem for details about connection.
♦ Connection via modem
Personal Comput
phone line
1
1
2
2
GND
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
GND
ALARM IN
RS-232C
Modem
Modem
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
RS-232C straight cable (9 pin)
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Connecting
a personal computer
Commandtocode
Connecting to a personal computer (continued) / Command codes
♦ RS-232C terminal
1 5
3
TXD
Transmition Contents Pin NO. Letters Transmition Contents
Receiving Data
6
DSR Data Set Ready
Transmission Data
7
RTS Transmission
4
DTR
Data Terminal Ready
5
GND
Signal Groung
Pin NO. Letters
2
RS-232C
69
RSD
Requirement
CTS Transmission Clear
8
♦ RS-232C cable
Please use the following RS-232C Crossover cable to connect your personal computer to the Unit.
1) When RS-232C terminal of personal
computer is D-SUB 25 pin
2) When Pesonal cpmputers RS-232C
terminal is D-SUB 9 pin
FRAME
RSD 2
TXD 3
DTR 4
SG 5
DSR 6
RTS 7
CTS 8
1 FG
2 TXD
3 RSD
4 RTS
5 CTS
6 DSR
7 SG
20 DTR
FRAME
RSD 2
TXD 3
DTR 4
SG 5
DSR 6
RTS 7
CTS 8
D-SUB 9 pin (unit)
D-SUB 25 pin(Personal computer)
FRAME
2 RSD
3 TXD
4 DTR
5 SG
6 DSR
7 RTS
8 CTS
D-SUB 9 pin
D-SUB 9 pin
♦ Setting the communicating mode
The settings can be made on RS-232C SETTING of the <REAR TERMINAL> menu. Set the Unit and the modem or a personal
computer with same settings. Please refer to the diagram for possible setting rate.
Synchronization
Asynchronous
Name on Menu
1 Transmission rate at TRANSMISSION 1200/2400/4800/
the data received/
sent
RATE
# Set other functions on the personal
computer as shown below.
9600
2 Data bit length
DATA BIT LENGTH 8 BIT/7 BIT
3 Parity bit setting
PARITY BIT
NONE/ODD/EVEN
1 X control
Not available
4 Stop bit length
STOP BIT
1 BIT/2 BIT
2 S parameter
Not available
5 Line feed setting
DELIMITER
CR/CR•LF
3 CS-RS hamd-shake
Available
Synchronization
Name on Menu
■ Command code and status
Operation and setting of this unit by a personal computer is executed by command codes and error codes.
1) Command : an order from a personal computer to the unit
Command code
Parameter 1
Parameter 2
,
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,
Delimeter
Parameter n
,
••••••••••
(sending) #1
2) Command : a reply from the unit ( indicated on a personal computer)
Status
Parameter 1
••••••••••
Parameter 2
,
Parameter n
,
#1: If you set the CR/CR • LF setting to "CR" on the RS-232C setting menu, input
a Carrige return code (0DH).
If you set the CR/CR • LF setting to "CR • LF" on the RS-232C setting menu, input
code (0AH).
a carrige return code (0DH) and a line
****
#2: If you set the CR/CR • LF setting to "CR" on the RS-232C setting menu, output
a Carrige return code (0DH).
If you set the CR/CR • LF setting to "CR • LF" on the RS-232C setting menu, output
a carrige return code (0DH) and a line
code (0AH).
****
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••••••••••
Make sure to send commands in an interval of 1 second.
Delimeter
(receiving) #2
♦ Example of Command operation
Example 1) Turn the Unit on.( when CR/CR•LF is set to "CR" on the RS-232C setting menu)
Command from
Replied status code from uint
personal computer to a personal computer
PW1
Meaning
Sending a command to turn the Unit on.
CR
RC
CR
The unit received a comand.
EX
CR
The unit received a comand and executed.
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Command codes (continued)
ENGLISH
• Details of the numbers
#1 : When the setting of CR/CR•LF on RS-232C setting display is set to CR, carriage return code (0DH) will be input. If the
setting is CR•LF, carriage return code (0DH) and line feed code (0AH) will be input.
#2 : When the setting of CR/CR•LF on RS-232C setting display is set to CR, carriage return code (0DH) will be output. If the
setting is CR•LF, carriage return code (0DH) and line feed code (0AH) will be output.
: Indicates one number or a character.
Commands
PW
*
Functions
POWER ON/OFF
#1
*
:0~1
Status, when normal execute
0 : OFF
1 : ON
RC
#2
EX
#2
RC
#2
EX
#2
#1
STOP
PB
#1
PLAYBACK
RC
#2
EX
#2
RP
#1
REVERSE PLAYBACK
RC
#2
EX
#2
RC
#1
RECORDING and SHOT RECORDING
RC
#2
EX
#2
PAUSE SETTING/RELEASE
RC
#2
EX
#2
SP
PU
*
#1
*
:0~1
0 : ON
1 : OFF
FA
#1
Forward advance
RC
#2
EX
#2
RA
#1
Reverse advance
RC
#2
EX
#2
Forward Skip search
RC
#2
EX
#2
RC
#2
EX
#2
RC
#2
EX
#2
RC
#2
EX
#2
PF
*
#1
*
: Playback speed(1~ 4)
[Playback] 1 : Skip 3 fields
2,3 : Skip 5 fields
4 : Skip 1 MByte
[STOP]
PR
*
1 ~ 4 : Skip 2 MByte
Reverse Skip search
#1
*
: Playback speed (1 ~ 4)
(Refer above for settings)
RW
*
*
*
*
TR
BASIC FUNCTIONS
*
Rewind DDS cassette
#1
*
*
:0~1
0 : ID4
1 : ID5
Timer REC ON/OFF
#1
:0~1
0 : OFF
1 : ON
(during POWER ON only)
AV
#1
ARCHIVE ON/OFF
LO
#1
LOCK ON/OFF or PASSWORD LOCK ON
*
:0~1
0 : OFF
1 : ON
:0~1
LOCK function
PO?
Acquire information on whether password has been
#1
registered for PASSWORD LOCK function
PO
(1),
(2),
(3),
****
***
MB
(4) #1
#1
PASSWORD LOCK OFF
(1),
(2),
#2
EX
RC
#2
EX
#2
#2
is output if LO0
(3),
* * * *
***
#2
#1
is input while PASSWORD
1 : LOCK ON or PASSWORD LOCK ON LOCK is set to ON.)
Acquire information on status of LOCK or PASSWORD
#1
RC
(ER17
0 : LOCK OFF
LM
*
(4)
RC
*
*
RC
: Password (0 ~ 9)
LM
#2
#2
*
*
#2
0 : OFF
PO
:0~1
RC
Switch over playback interval to
#2
:0~1
1 : ON
#2
0 : No password registered
EX
1 : Password registered
#2
(ER16
#2
RC
#2
EX
: PASSWORD ERROR)
RC
#2
MB
#2
: (001 ~ 013)
001 : 25F
002 : 12.5F
003 : 8.33F
004 : 6.25F
005 : 4.17F
006 : 2.78F
007 : 2.08F
008 : 1.56F
009 : 1F
010 : 0.5F
011 : 0.25F
012 : 0.13F
013 : SHOT
MB?
Acquire information on playback interval
#1
***
***
#2
: (001 ~ 013)
(Same as playback interval shown above)
FD?
PS
Acquire information on time and date recorded on data
#1
(1),
(2) #1
** **
Move date and present time display
RC
(1),
FD
(2),
(3),
(4),
(5),
(6) #2
** ** ** ** ** **
**
**
**
**
**
**
RC
#2
(1)
: Day
(2)
(4)
: Hour
(5)
#2
EX
: Month
(3)
: Year
: Minute
(6)
: Second
#2
(1) : (Horizontal)
(Display mode 1, Character size large : 00 ~ 28)
(Display mode 1, Character size small : 00 ~ 28)
(Display mode 2 or 3, Character size large : 00 ~ 28)
(Display mode 2 or 3, Character size small : 00 ~ 28)
**
(2) : (Vertical)
(Display mode 1, Character size large : 03 ~ 26)
(Display mode 1, Character size small : 03 ~ 26)
(Display mode 2 or 3, Character size large : 01 ~ 26)
(Display mode 2 or 3, Character size small : 01 ~ 26)
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Command codes (continued)
Commands
LC
DP00
ST0
PI
Functions
Status, when normal execute
Acquire information on current position of date and
#1
#1
#1
#1
RC
#2
(1),
LT
present time display
(Same as
Exits MENU display
(1)
RC
#2
EX
#2
Stop the selected item on the menu to flash
RC
#2
EX
#2
Acquire information on currently displayed menu and
RC
#2
ON
(1) : 00
whether the setting is proceeding
(2) #2
** **
** **
and
(1),
(2) of
Move date and present time display)
(2) #2
** *
~ 37
00 : current date and time display
01 : MENU SETTING
02 : DISPLAY
03 : TIMER PROGRAM
04 : RECORDING SET UP
05 : DATA CLEAR SELECTION
06 : REAR TERMINAL
07 : SERVICE
08 : INITIAL SET UP
09 : DEVICE CHECK
10 : POWER FAILURE
11 : ALARM LIST SEARCH
12 : TIME DATE ADJUST
13 : RS-232C SETTING
14 : INFORMATION
15 : REC INTERVAL
16 : COPY SELECTION
17 : SEARCH SELECTION
18 : TIME DATE SEARCH
19 : INDEX SEARCH
20 : SKIP SEARCH
21 : JUMP TO STRAT POINT
22 : MPX FUNCTIONS
23 : CAMERA SETTING
24 : SPLIT SCREEN SETTING
26 : SEQUENTIAL
28 : TIMER PROGRAM P1
29 : TIMER PROGRAM P2
30 : TIMER PROGRAM P3
31 : USER KEY
32 : CALL OUT SETTING
33 : CLOCK LOCATION
36 : PASSWORD SETTING
BASIC FUNCTIONS
**
37 : PASSWORD LOCK
(2)
CP?
#1
Acquire information on the used memory of device
(1)
selected in CAPACITY REMAIN
:0~1
0 : define
*
* ***
*
***
RC
#2
(1),
CP
1 : menu is flashing
(2) #2
: selection of used memory (0 ~ 2)
0 : HDD
(2)
1 : ARCHIVE
2 : OFF
: used memory (001 ~ 100 (%)
(FFF is shown when used memory is less than 1% or
WRNG is set to OFF.)
PA?
#1
Acquire information whether time and date information
recorded in playback picture is alarm recording
PD
*
PD?
DISPLAY MENU
EJ
#1
#1
*
*
#1
DM
DM?
CH
#1
*
FS1
#1
#1
#1
PB DEVICE setting
*
:0~2
0 : HDD
1 : ARCHIVE
Ejecting media out of DEVICE
:1~2
1 : ARCHIVE
PA
*
RC
#2
EX
RC
#2
PD
#2
0 : without alarm
1 : with alarm
#2
*
:0~2
*
#2
0 : HDD
RC
#2
EX
#2
RC
#2
EX
#2
RC
#2
DM
*
1 : ARCHIVE
2 : COPY
2 : COPY
DISPLAY MODE setting
:1~6
Acquire information on DISPLAY MODE setting
Character size setting present time and display
*
*
#2
:0~1
2 : COPY
Acquire information on PB DEVICE setting
*
*
RC
:0~1
0 : SMALL
RC
#2
EX
RC
#2
CZ
#2
#2
1 : LARGE
Acquire information on character size setting for present
time and date display
*
:1~6
*
:0~1
*
#2
0 : SMALL
1 : LARGE
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*
CU?
Functions
*
*
SG?
0:A
*
:0~1
0 : SHARP
(2),
(3),
(4),
(6),
(7),
(8),
(9),
(10) #1
: Pattern selection (0 ~ 2)
~
RC
#2
CU
*
:0~2
RC
#2
EX
RC
#2
SG
(1),
* **
Text data
(2),
0:A
1:B
(1)
*
**
2:C
*
:0~1
#2
0 : SHARP
RC
#2
EX
RC
#2
CS
1 : SOFT
#2
2:C
1 : valid
: Pattern selection (0 ~ 2)
0:A
1:B
2:C
CH. TITLE setting
#1
1:B
#2
(1),
(2),
(3),
(4),
(5),
(6),
(7),
(8),
(9),
**********
(1)
: Pattern selection (0 ~ 2)
(2)
~
*
* *
(10)
0:A
(10) #2
1:B
2:C
: Status of CH1 to CH9 (0 ~ 1)
0 : invalid
CT
#2
0:A
: Status of CH1 to CH9 (0 ~ 1)
Acquire information on CAMERA SETTING
(1)
#2
*
(2)
0 : invalid
(1)? #1
CS
EX
1 : SOFT
(1)
(10)
#2
*
CAMERA SETTING
* * * *
* * * * * *
*
* *
*
*
RC
2:C
Acquire information on SPLIT P.GRADE setting
(1),
(5),
1:B
SPLIT P.GRADE setting
#1
#1
CS
:0~2
Acquire information on CAMERA USAGE setting
#1
SG
Status, when normal execute
CAMERA USAGE setting
#1
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Commands
CU
1 : valid
RC
#2
EX
RC
#2
CT
#2
: Camera CH (1 ~ 9)
(2)
: Text data
(Within 16 characters. Table of available characters are
shown in page 70, “Characters can be used”.)
(1)? #1
CT
Acquire information on CH. TITLE setting
*
*
*****
***** *
*** ** * *
*** **
*
***
*
*
*
(1)
(1),
MPX FUNCTIONS
SL
(6),
(7),
(2),
(3),
(8),
(4),
(9),
Split9
(5),
(10) #1
Split4
(1)
: Camera CH (1 ~ 9)
SPLIT SCREEN SETTING
(1)
*
RC
#2
EX
RC
#2
SL
(3)
(4)
(2)
(3)
(2)
(6)
(7)
(4)
(5)
( When
(1) is
set to 0, input data to
(8)
(9)
(10)
When
(1) is
set to 1, 2 or 3, input data to
(1)? #1
(10)
~
(2)
(2)
~
(5).)
(1)
: Screen setting (0 ~ 3)
(2),
(3),
(4),
(5),
Displayed sequential channel setting
*****
***** *
* *
*
* ** **
** ** ** ** *
** ** **
** **
*
*
(8),
(9),
(10) #1
(1)
(10)
~
SPLIT4
SM
(1),
(4),
(8),
,
(2),
(5),
(9),
(3),
(6),
(10) #1
(1)
(2)
~
(10)
**
: Screen setting (0 ~ 1)
Acquire information on displayed time of sequential
channel setting
*
(10) #2
: Screen setting (0 ~ 3)
(10)
~
: Camera CH position (1 ~ 9)
( When
(1) is
set to 0,
When
(1) is
set to 1, 2 or 3,
RC
#2
EX
#2
RC
#2
EX
#2
RC
#2
SQ
(2)
(10) is
~
output.
* *
* *
(2)
~
(5) is
output.)
(2) only)
Acquire information on displayed sequential channel
(1)
(9),
0 : SPLIT9 1 : SPLIT4a 2 : SPLIT4b 3 : SPLIT4c
(1)
: Screen setting (0 ~ 1)
0 : Single screen 1 : SPLIT4 screen
(1),
(2),
(3),
0 : Single screen
(10)
~
RC
#2
,
(9),
(6),
(7),
(8),
(9),
(10) #2
SM
1 : SPLIT4 screen
: Camera CH order (1 ~ 9, 0) (0 = invalid camera)
(2)
: 0 ~ 1 0 : abc setting 1 : ab setting
(1),
(2),
(3),
(4),
(5),
(6),
(7),
* ** ** ** ** ** ** **
(8)
(10) #2
** **
*
** **
(1)
(5),
: Screen setting (0 ~ 1)
*
* *
*
(2)
(4),
**********
SPLIT4
(1)? #1
(8),
1 : SPLIT4 screen
0 : Single screen 1 : SPLIT4 screen
*
(7),
: Displayed time of each camera (01 ~ 30)
setting
SM
(6),
: 0 ~ 1 0 : abc setting 1 : ab setting
0 : Single screen
(1)
(5),
1 : SPLIT4 screen
(When SPLIT4 screen is selected, set
(1)? #1
(4),
: Screen setting (0 ~ 1)
(2)
SQ
(3),
: Camera CH order (1 ~ 9, 0) (0 = invalid camera)
Displayed time of sequential channel setting
(7)
(2),
: Screen setting (0 ~ 1)
0 : Single screen
(2)
(1),
**********
*
* *
*
*
(2)
(7),
: Text data
(10).
~
* *
* *
0 : SPLIT9 1 : SPLIT4a 2 : SPLIT4b 3 : SPLIT4c
(1),
**
#2
#2
(2)
: Camera CH position (1 ~ 9)
Acquire information on SPLIT SCREEN SETTING
(1)
(6),
data
: Screen setting (0 ~ 3)
(5)
SQ
(2),Text
0 : SPLIT9 1 : SPLIT4a 2 : SPLIT4b 3 : SPLIT4c
(2)
SL
(1),
* **
: Camera CH (1 ~ 9)
: Screen setting (0 ~ 1)
0 : Single screen
(2)
~
(10)
1 : SPLIT4 screen
: Displayed time of each camera (01 ~ 30)
(When SPLIT4 screen is selected, only
**
(2)
is output.)
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Command codes (continued)
Commands
AC
*
AC?
*
CI?
*
0 : ALL
*
: 0~2
**
#2
EX
RC
#2
AC
*
#2
*
: 0~1
RC
#2
EX
RC
#2
CI
#2
0 : ALL
1 : SEP.
#2
0 : TITLE 1 : CH. NO 2 : NONE
*
Multiplexer screen switch setting
#1
RC
1 : SEP.
Acquire information on CH. TITLE setting
#1
**
: 0~1
CH. TITLE setting
#1
SW
Status, when normal execute
Acquire information on ALARM REC CH. setting
#1
CI
MPX FUNCTIONS
Functions
ALARM REC CH. setting
#1
: 0~2
*
#2
0 : TITLE 1 : CH. NO 2 : NONE
RC
#2
EX
#2
RC
#2
SW
**
: 00 ~ 05 , 80 ~ 88
00 : SPLIT9
01 : SPLIT4a
02 : SPLIT4b
03 : SPLIT4c
04 : Single screen sequential 05 : SPLIT4 screen sequential
80 ~ 88 : CH1 ~ CH9 (Single screen display)
SW?
Acquire information on Multiplexer screen switch setting
#1
**
#2
: 00 ~ 05 , 80 ~ 88
00 : SPLIT9
01 : SPLIT4a
02 : SPLIT4b
03 : SPLIT4c
04 : Single screen sequential 05 : SPLIT4 screen sequential
80 ~ 88 : CH1 ~ CH9 (Single screen display)
(1),
PG
(2),
(3),
(4),
Timer program setting
* * * **
** ** ** *
* ***
*
*
(5),
(6),
(8),
(7),
(9) #1
(1)
1 : P1
#2
EX
#2
RC
#2
EX
#2
RC
#2
DW
3 : P3
: Program number(1 ~ 8)
(3)
: Day of the week (0 ~ 8)
0 : SUN
1 : MON
2 : TUE
3 : WED
5 : FRI
6 : SAT
7 : DAY
8 : SPL
(4)
: Rec staring hour (00 ~ 23)
(5)
: Rec starting minute (00 ~ 59)
(6)
: Rec ending hour (00 ~ 23)
(7)
: Rec ending minute (00 ~ 59)
**
**
**
**
*
***
4 : THU
: CAMERA USAGE pattern (0 ~ 2)
0:A
TIMER PROGRAM
2 : P2
(2)
(8)
RC
: SELECTED PATTERN (1 ~ 3)
1:B
(9)
2:C
: Recording interval (001 ~ 013, SKP, PWR, ARC)
001 : 25F
002 : 12.5F
003 : 8.33F
004 : 6.25F
005 : 4.17F
006 : 2.78F
007 : 2.08F
008 : 1.56F
009 : 1F
010 : 0.5F
011 : 0.25F
012 : 0.13F
013 : SHOT
SKP : SKIP
PWR : POWER
ARC : ARCHIVE
(When SKP, PWR or ARC is selected, set
(1),
DW
(2),
* * *
(3) #1
*
#1
(8)
to 0, 1, or 2)
SPECIAL DW setting
*
*
*
*
(1)
: SELECTED PATTERN (1 ~ 3)
1 : P1
DW?
*
2 : P2
3 : P3
(2)
: Start day of the week (0 : SUN ~ 6 : SAT)
(3)
: End day of the week (0 : SUN ~ 6 : SAT)
Acquire information on SPECIAL DW setting
(1)
: SELECTED PATTERN (1 ~ 3)
1 : P1
2 : P2
3 : P3
*
*
*
(1)
(1),
(2),
(3) #2
* * *
: SELECTED PATTERN (1 ~ 3)
1 : P1
2 : P2
3 : P3
(2)
: Start day of the week (0 : SUN ~ 6 : SAT)
(3)
: End day of the week (0 : SUN ~ 6 : SAT)
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(1),
(2) #1
* *
Functions
*
*
*
*
(1),
(2) #1
* *
(2)
2 : P2
RC
#2
EX
#2
3 : P3
2 : P2
MP
(1),
(2),
(3),
4),
(5),
(6),
(7),
* * * ** ** ** ** *
(8),
(9) #2
: SELECTED PATTERN (1 ~ 3)
1 : P1
***
*
*
*
(1)
3 : P3
: SELECTED PATTERN (1 ~ 3)
1 : P1
: Program number(1 ~ 8)
TIMER PROGRAM
(2)
#2
: Program number(1 ~ 8)
Acquire information on timer program setting
(1)
RC
: SELECTED PATTERN (1 ~ 3)
1 : P1
PM
Status, when normal execute
Clearing timer program
(1)
ENGLISH
Commands
CA
2 : P2
3 : P3
(2)
: Program number(1 ~ 8)
(3)
: Day of the week (0 ~ 8, - )
0 : SUN
1 : MON
2 : TUE
3 : WED
5 : FRI
6 : SAT
7 : DAY
8 : SPL
(4)
: Rec staring hour (00 ~ 23, - - )
(5)
: Rec starting minute (00 ~ 59,- - )
(6)
: Rec ending hour (00 ~ 23,- - )
(7)
: Rec ending minute (00 ~ 59,- - )
**
**
**
**
*
***
(8)
4 : THU
: CAMERA USAGE (0 ~ 2,- )
0:A
1:B
(9)
2:C
: Recording interval (001 ~ 013, SKP, PWR, ARC,- - - )
001 : 25F
002 : 12.5F
003 : 8.33F
004 : 6.25F
005 : 4.17F
006 : 2.78F
007 : 2.08F
008 : 1.56F
009 : 1F
010 : 0.5F
011 : 0.25F
012 : 0.13F
013 : SHOT
SKP : SKIP
PWR : POWER
ARC : ARCHIVE
(–, – –, – – – is output on
PP
#1
SELECTED PATTERN setting
PP?
#1
*
*
: 1~3
1 : P1
2 : P2
***
#1
EX
RC
#2
PP
*
REC interval setting
***
#2
#2
(3)
~
(9) when
2 : P2
3 : P3
* ***
no program is set)
3 : P3
Acquire information on SELECTED PATTERN setting
MC
RC
: 1~3
*
RC
#2
EX
RC
#2
MD
#2
1 : P1
#2
: REC MODE (001 ~ 013)
001 : 25F
002 : 12.5F
003 : 8.33F
004 : 6.25F
005 : 4.17F
006 : 2.78F
007 : 2.08F
008 : 1.56F
009 : 1F
010 : 0.5F
011 : 0.25F
012 : 0.13F
013 : SHOT
(During stop)
RECORDING SET UP
MD
Acquire information on REC interval setting
#1
***
***
#2
: REC MODE (001 ~ 013)
001 : 25F
002 : 12.5F
003 : 8.33F
004 : 6.25F
005 : 4.17F
006 : 2.78F
007 : 2.08F
008 : 1.56F
009 : 1F
010 : 0.5F
011 : 0.25F
012 : 0.13F
013 : SHOT
QR
*
QR?
Recording Picture Grade (REC P. GRADE)
#1
*
1 : LOW
2 : BASIC
4 : HIGH
5 : SUPERIOR
#2
EX
RC
#2
QR
*
AM
**
#1
#2
3 : STANDARD
Acquire information on Recording Picture Grade
#1
RC
: 1~5
Alarm REC interval setting
**
: 1~5
*
#2
1 : LOW
2 : BASIC
4 : HIGH
5 : SUPERIOR
RC
#2
EX
3 : STANDARD
#2
: 01 ~ 012
001 : 25F
002 : 12.5F
003 : 8.33F
004 : 6.25F
005 : 4.17F
006 : 2.78F
007 : 2.08F
008 : 1.56F
009 : 1F
010 : 0.5F
011 : 0.25F
012 : 0.13F
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Command codes (continued)
Commands
AS1
Functions
Status, when normal execute
Acquire information on Alarm REC interval setting
#1
RC
#2
**
AD
*
Alarm REC duration setting
#1
*
AS0
1 : MAN
2 : 15S
3 : 30S
4 : 45S
5 : 1M
6 : 2M
7 : 5M
8 : 10M
RECORDING SET UP
*
Alarm Recording Picture Grade (A - REC P. GRADE)
#1
*
QA?
002 : 12.5F
003 : 8.33F
004 : 6.25F
005 : 4.17F
006 : 2.78F
007 : 2.08F
008 : 1.56F
009 : 1F
010 : 0.5F
011 : 0.25F
012 : 0.13F
RC
#2
EX
RC
#2
AP
*
2 : BASIC
4 : HIGH
5 : SUPERIOR
*
*
2 : 15S
3 : 30S
4 : 45S
5 : 1M
6 : 2M
7 : 5M
8 : 10M
RC
#2
EX
RC
#2
QA
#2
: 0~3
0 : OFF 1 : SHORT
2 : MIDDLE
: 1~5
*
1 : LOW
2 : BASIC
4 : HIGH
5 : SUPERIOR
RC
#2
EX
RC
#2
AL
3 : STANDARD
#2
3 : LONG
Acquire information on Pre-Alarm Recording setting
#1
*
: 0~3
*
0 : OFF
OS
**
OI
*
#1
ONE SHOT FIELD setting
**
#1
#1
#2
EX
#2
RC
#2
SD
**
*
AR?
#1
#1
0 : SHOT
1 : 15S
2 : 30S
3 : 45S
4 : 1M
5 : 2M
6 : 3M
7 : 5M
Acquire information on ONE SHOT INTERVAL setting
AUDIO RECORDING setting
*
#1
RC
#2
EX
*
#1
: 0~1
0 : OFF
RC
#2
OI
*
Acquire information on ESTD (estimated) TIME
Initializing data
0 : SHOT
1 : 15S
2 : 30S
3 : 45S
4 : 1M
5 : 2M
6 : 3M
7 : 5M
RC
#2
RC
#2
EX
#2
AR
*
*
**** **
****
**
#2
RC
#2
0 : OFF
(1),
ES
*
#1
1 : ARCHIVE
*
#2
EX
#2
RC
#2
EX
#2
RC
#2
MR
*
(2) #2
(2)
: Minute
2 : COPY
MODE OUT setting
: 0~3
0 : REC
RM
#1
: Hour
RC
1 : ON
:0 ~ 2
0 : HDD
MO
#2
: 0~7
1 : ON
Acquire information on AUDIO RECORDING setting
*
#2
#2
(1)
DI
3 : LONG
: 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 10, 20, 30
: 0~1
ES?
2 : MIDDLE
: 0~7
*
AR
1 : SHORT
RC
**
ONE SHOT INTERVAL setting
*
#2
: 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 10, 20, 30
Acquire information on ONE SHOT FIELD setting
#1
OI?
DATA CLEAR
SELECTION
#2
(1 ~ 3 available in STOP mode)
AL?
OF
REAR TERMINAL
#2
3 : STANDARD
Pre-Alarm Recording setting
#1
: 1~8
1 : MAN
*
AL
#2
: 1~5
1 : LOW
Enquiry about Alarm Recording Picture Grade setting
#1
#2
001 : 25F
*
QA
**
: 01 ~ 012
: 1~8
Acquire information on Alarm REC duration setting
#1
AM
1 : PLAY
2 : POWER
3 : REMAIN
Acquire information on MODE OUT setting
*
: 0~3
0 : REC
#2
1 : PLAY
2 : POWER
3 : REMAIN
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* **
REAR TERMINAL
CL?
*
(2) #1
Functions
Status, when normal execute
CALL OUT setting
(1)
*
**
:0~1
(2)
0 : HDD
01 : FULL
02 : 2%
03 : 4%
04 : 6%
05 : 8%
06 : 10%
07 : 15%
08 : 20%
09 : 30%
10 : 40%
11 : 50%
*
#2
EX
RC
#2
CL
#2
: 00 ~ 11
00 : NONE
(1)
RC
1 : ARCHIVE
Acquire information on CALL OUT setting
#1
:0~1
0 : HDD
(1)
1 : ARCHIVE
*
**
(1),
* **
:0~1
(2)
(2) #1
CAPACITY REMAIN setting
* **
(1)
*
**
:0~2
(2)
(When
RT?
0 : HDD
1 : ARC
00 : NONE
01 : FULL
02 : 2%
03 : 4%
04 : 6%
05 : 8%
06 : 10%
07 : 15%
09 : 30%
10 : 40%
11 : 50%
RC
#2
EX
RC
#2
RT
*
(1) is
set to 2, it is not necessary to input
**
(2))
*
**
*
*
(1)
(2)
1 : WRNG
2 : REMAIN
Acquire current power failure number
#1
*
(1) is
RC
#2
EX
RC
#2
BZ
*
PN
1 : ARC
2 : NONE
: 02, 04, 06, 08, 10, 15, 20, 30, 40, 50
set to 2,
#2
**
(2)
is not output)
3 : OFF
Acquire information on BUZZER setting
#1
(2) #2
0 : HDD
:0~3
0 : KEY
FS2
(1),
* **
:0~2
(When
BUZZER setting
#1
#2
2 : NONE
(1)
BZ
1 : ARCHIVE
: 00 ~ 11
: 02, 04, 06, 08, 10, 15, 20, 30, 40, 50
Acquire information on CAPACITY REMAIN setting
#1
(2) #2
0 : HDD
08 : 20%
(1),
RT
ENGLISH
Commands
CL
(1)
*
#2
:0~3
0 : KEY
1 : WRNG
RC
**
#2
**
PN
2 : REMAIN
3 : OFF
#2
: power failure number (01 ~ 50, 00)
(00 is shown when no power failure occurs)
SERVICE
PT
**
Acquire information on power failure list
#1
**
: power failure number (01 ~ 50)
RC
(1),
(2),
(3),
#2
PT
(1)
: Day
(2)
: Month
(4)
: Hour
(5)
: Minute
(4),
** ** ** ** **
**
**
**
**
**
(ER08
#2
(3)
(5) #2
: Year
is output when no power failure occurs)
PC
#1
Clearing POWER FAILURE list
RC
#2
EX
#2
MI
#1
Initialization of the menu (available in MAIN MENU )
RC
#2
EX
#2
RC
#2
HM
(Refer to “Initializing menus” on page 29 for all
initialized menu. RS-232C setting menu is also initialized
when executed.)
HM?
Acquire information on MAIN HDD ELAPSED TIME
#1
setting
DH?
Acquire information on COPY ELAPSED TIME setting
#1
AM?
Acquire information on ARCHIVE ELAPSED TIME setting
#1
DA
*
Force playback setting
#1
**
**
**
RC
RC
******
******
******
#2
: elapsed time (000000 ~ 999999)
#2
DH
#2
: COPY elapsed time (000000 ~ 999999)
#2
AM
#2
: ARCHIVE elapsed time (000000 ~ 999999)
RC
#2
EX
RC
#2
DA
#2
(The media can be played back when the data is corrupted due to power failure)
DA?
(1),
SD
INITIAL SET UP
*
(2),
(3) #1
** ** **
DT
: 0~1
0 : OFF
1 : ON
Acquire information on force playback setting
#1
*
Current date setting
**
(1)
: Day
**
(2)
: Month
**
(3)
(1),
** **
TM
#1
(2) #1
Current time setting
**
(1)
: Hour
**
(2)
#2
0 : OFF
RC
#2
RC
#2
TD
(1)
: Day
1 : ON
#2
(1),
(2),
(3),
(4) #2
** ** ** *
**
**
**
*
(4)
SC
EX
*
: Year (99,00 ~ 29)
Acquire information on current date setting
#1
: 0~1
(2)
: Day of the week (0 ~ 6)
RC
#2
RC
#2
EX
(3)
: Month
: Year (99,00 ~ 29)
0 : SUN ~ 6 : SAT
#2
: Minute
Acquire information on current time setting
TI
(1),
(2),
** ** **
**
**
(1)
: Hour
(2)
(3) #2
: Minute
(3)
**
: Second
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Command codes (continued)
Commands
DF
*
FS0
#1
Functions
HDD FULL setting
*
#1
Status, when normal execute
RC
#2
EX
RC
#2
TE
#2
:0~3
0 : STOP
1 : REC•STANDBY
2 : REPEAT
3 : ALARM•PROT
Acquire information on HDD FULL setting
*
(1)
*
#2
:0~3
INITIAL SET UP
0 : STOP
1 : REC•STANDBY
2 : REPEAT
DE
*
DE?
RD
*
RD?
HP
*
HP?
AW
*
AW?
#1
AUTO EJECT setting
#1
Acquire information on AUTO EJECT setting
#1
#1
*
:0~1
0 : ON
:1~2
1 : ALL
#1
Acquire information on HDD PB REPEAT setting
ARCHIVE OVERWRITE setting
#1
Acquire information on ARCHIVE OVERWRITE setting
:0~1
0 : OFF
#2
DE
*
: 0~1
RC
#2
EX
#2
RC
#2
RD
*
:1~2
RC
#2
EX
#1
1 : OFF
RC
#2
HP
#2
1 : ALL
2 : ALARM
#2
*
:0~1
*
RC
#2
EX
RC
#2
AW
#2
0 : STOP
1 : REPEAT
#2
1 : ON
*
** ** ** ** ** **
** ** ** ** **
**
**
**
**
**
**
**
**
#2
: 0~1
HE?
#2
0 : ON
1 : REPEAT
#1
*
RC
*
HDD PB REPEAT setting
0 : STOP
#2
2 : ALARM
#1
:0~1
EX
*
Acquire information on ARCHIVE DATA setting
*
#2
1 : OFF
ARCHIVE DATA setting
*
3 : ALARM•PROT
RC
Acquire information on RECORDED PERIOD of HDD
*
**
**
**
**
**
RC
0 : OFF
(7),
1 : ON
(1),
HE
#2
(2),
(8),
(9),
Acquire information on RECORDED PERIOD of COPY
DEVICE
RC
: Start Hour
(5)
: Start Minute
(7)
: End Day
(8)
: End Month
(9)
: End Year
(11)
: End Minute
(12)
: End Second
: End Hour
**
**
**
**
**
(7)
INFORMATION
(9),
ARCHIVE DEVICE
DEVICE
RC
: Start Year
: End Day
(8)
: End Month
(9)
: End Year
(11)
: End Minute
(12)
: End Second
: End Hour
#2
(6)
: Start Second
AE FF, FF, FF, FF, FF, FF, FF,
#2
(1),
RJ
(2),
(3),
(4),
(5),
** ** ** ** ** **
** ** ** ** **
**
**
**
**
**
**
**
**
(7),
(8),
(9),
(10),
(2)
(11),
(6),
(12) #2
(1)
: Start Day
(4)
: Start Hour
(5)
: Start Minute
(7)
: End Day
(8)
: End Month
(9)
: End Year
(11)
: End Minute
(12)
: End Second
: End Hour
FF, FF, FF, FF, FF
Acquire information on ID number of CONNECTED SCSI
(3)
: Start Month
#2
: Start Year
(6)
: Start Second
RJ FF, FF, FF, FF, FF, FF, FF,
#2
(1),
DV
(3)
: Start Month
When no recording : RC
#1
(6),
: Start Minute
(10)
DV?
(5),
(12) #2
: Start Hour
#2
**
**
**
**
**
(4),
(11),
(5)
FF, FF, FF, FF, FF
RC
(3),
(10),
(2)
: Start Day
(10)
Acquire information on RECORDED PERIOD of
: Start Second
HE FF, FF, FF, FF, FF, FF, FF,
(2),
(8),
When no recording : RC
#1
#2
: Start Year
(6)
** ** ** ** ** **
** ** ** ** **
**
**
**
**
**
**
**
**
(7),
(4)
(3)
: Start Month
#2
(1),
AE
#2
(1)
RJ?
(6),
: Start Day
FF, FF, FF, FF, FF
#1
(5),
(12) #2
(4)
(10)
(2)
(4),
(11),
(1)
When no recording : RC
AE?
(3),
(10),
(2),
(3),
(4),
(5),
(6),
(7),
* ** * ** * ** * **
* ** * **
*
**
*
**
*
**
*
**
*
**
*
**
* * * * * *
** ** ** ** ** **
#2
(9),
(10),
(11),
ID0
(1)
: Type of DEVICE
(2)
: Capacity
ID1
(3)
: Type of DEVICE
(4)
: Capacity
ID2
(5)
: Type of DEVICE
(6)
: Capacity
ID3
(7)
: Type of DEVICE
(8)
: Capacity
ID4
(9)
: Type of DEVICE
(10)
: Capacity
ID5
(11)
(12)
: Capacity
(1),
(3),
0 : NONE
(2),
: Type of DEVICE
(5),
(7),
1 : HDD
(4),
(6),
(8),
(12) #2
(9),
(11)
:0~3
2 : RDD
(8),
3 : DDS
(10),
(12)
: 00 ~ 34 (GB)
(Capacity shown next to unused ID number, and Capacity
of archive device and copy device is output as FF.)
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COPY SELECTION
(2),
Setting and executing COPY/RESTORE
* ** **
** ** ** *
** ** **
** ** **
**
**
**
**
**
(4),
(5),
(6),
(7),
(8),
(9),
(10),
(11),
Status, when normal execute
Functions
(3),
(12),
(13) #1
(1)
RC
#2
EX
RC
#2
EX2
ENGLISH
Commands
DB
#2
:0~3
0 : HDD
COPY (COPY, OVERWRITE)
1 : HDD
COPY (COPY, ADD)
2 : ARC
HDD (RESTORE, OVERWRITE)
3 : COPY
HDD (RESTORE, OVERWRITE)
(2)
: Start Day
(5)
: Start Hour
(8)
: End Day
(11)
: End Hour
(3)
**
**
**
**
: Start Month
(6)
(4)
**
**
**
**
: Start Year
: Start Minute
(7)
(9)
: End Month
(10)
: End Year
(12)
: End Minute
(13)
: End Second
: Start Second
<Copy up to the maximum capacity of media>
31, 12, 99, 10, 10, 10 (Start time)
FF, FF, FF, FF, FF, FF (End time)
<Copy new data to media up to its maximum capacity>
FF, FF, FF, FF, FF, F1 (Start time)
FF, FF, FF, FF, FF, F1 (End time)
(1),
TF
(2),
** ** **
** ** **
***
***
SEARCH SELECTION
(4),
(5),
(3),
(6) #1
TIME DATE SEARCH setting
(1)
: Day
(4)
: Hour
: Month
(5)
: Minute
: Year
(6)
: Second
#2
(given when search is completed)
SF
#1
SKIP SEARCH (forward)
RC
#2
EX
#2
SR
#1
SKIP SEARCH (reverse)
RC
#2
EX
#2
AN
#1
Acquire a current alarm recording number
RC
#2
#1
IR
#1
**
**
(3)
**
**
***
***
IF
**
**
(2)
INDEX SEARCH (forward) setting
RC
#2
EX1
#2
(given when search is completed)
: 001 ~ 099
INDEX SEARCH (reverse) setting
RC
#2
EX1
#2
(given when search is completed)
: 001 ~ 099
AN
****
****
** ** ** ** ** ** *
**
**
** **
**
**
*
***
***
****
****
#2
: 0001 ~ 9999
AT
***
AQ?
Acquire information on selected alarm recording
#1
:
*** ***
th alarm information on alarm list (001 ~ 500)
Acquire a current alarm recording registration number
#1
RC
(1),
#2
AT
(1)
: Day
(5)
: Minute
RC
#2
AQ
RC
#2
AO
(2),
(3),
(2)
: Month
(6)
: Second
(4),
(3)
(7)
(5),
: Year
(6),
(7) #2
(4) : Hour
: Camera number (1 ~ 9)
#2
: 001 ~ 500
AO?
***
AB
***
JS
#1
WN
#1
#1
#1
Acquire alarm number that selected alarm recording
***
#2
: 0001 ~ 9999
registration number
: 001 ~ 500
Searching alarm list that selected alarm recording
RC
#2
EX5
#2
Jump to start-point
RC
Acquire warning status
RC
#2
EX6
#2
#2
WN
registration number
***
: 1 ~ 500
,
,......,
** ** **
#2
CA0
#1
Clearing warning
: 00 ~ 11
00 : NONE
01 : HDD FULL
02 : HDD NEAR END
03 : NO SIGNAL
04 : COPY CHECK MEDIA/BACKUP CHECK MEDIA/
RESTORE CHECK MEDIA
05 : COPY SIZE ERROR/BACKUP SIZE ERROR/
RESTORE SIZE ERROR
06 : ARCHIVE FULL
07 : ARCHIVE NEAR END
08 : COPY OVERTAKE ERROR/BACKUP OVERTAKE ERROR
09 : COPY NEAR OVERTAKE/BACKUP NEAR OVERTAKE
10 : REC SYSTEM ERROR/COPY SYSTEM ERROR/
BACKUP SYSTEM ERROR/RESTORE SYSTEM ERROR/
SYSTEM ERROR
11 : COPY R/W ERROR/BACKUP R/W ERROR/
RESTORE R/W ERROR
RC #2 EX #2
VS?
#1
Acquire information on status of video input
RC
OTHERS
**
(during recording)
VN?
#1
Acquire information on CH without video signal
(during recording)
DC
#1
Operation on DEVICE CHECK menu
*
:0~1
0 : PWR-OFF
*
*
#2
VS
:0~1
RC
#2
*
* * * * * * * * *
VN
#2
0 : with Video Signal
(1),
(2),
(3),
(4),
(5),
1 : without Video Signal
(6),
(7),
(8),
(9) #2
: CH without Video Signal (maximum of 9CH)
RC
#2
EX
#2
1 : CONFIG/INITIALIZE
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Command codes (continued)
Commands
BT
**
BT?
SS
#1
#1
**
Acquire information on boot-up delay setting
OTHERS
(MAIN DEVICE•HDD)
SS1?
#1
(ARCHIVE DEVICE)
RC
#2
EX
RC
#2
BT
: Second (00 ~ 99)
#2
: Second (00 ~ 99)
Acquire the current status
#1
Status, when normal execute
Functions
Boot-up delay setting
Acquire the current status
**
#2
RC
**
#2
ST00
#2
Power off
RC
#2
ST01
#2
during set up
RC
#2
ST02
#2
Power on/standby mode
RC
#2
ST03
#2
PB•Reverse speed search mode
RC
#2
ST04
#2
PB•Forward speed search mode
RC
#2
ST05
#2
PB•Playback mode
RC
#2
ST06
#2
PB•Pause mode
RC
#2
ST09
#2
RPB•Playback mode
RC
#2
ST10
#2
RPB•Pause mode
RC
#2
ST11
#2
REC•Recording mode
RC
#2
ST12
#2
REC•Pause mode
RC
#2
ST13
#2
A-REC (during standby)•Recording mode
RC
#2
ST15
#2
A-REC (during recording)•Recording mode
RC
#2
ST17
#2
Time date search
RC
#2
ST19
#2
Index search (FF)
RC
#2
ST20
#2
Index search (REW)
RC
#2
ST21
#2
Skip search (FF)
RC
#2
ST22
#2
Skip search (REW)
RC
#2
ST25
#2
Character search (FF)
RC
#2
ST26
#2
Character search (REW)
RC
#2
ST27
#2
Alarm list search
RC
#2
ST29
#2
Timer REC
RC
#2
ST30
#2
Reserve of Timer REC
RC
#2
ST31
#2
Timer reserve error
RC
#2
ST33
#2
Clearing device
RC
#2
ST36
#2
Restoring
RC
#2
ST47
#2
RC
#2
SS1,00
#2
Power off
RC
#2
SS1,01
#2
during set up
RC
#2
SS1,02
#2
Power on/standby mode
RC
#2
SS1,03
#2
PB•Reverse speed search mode (RDD only)
RC
#2
SS1,04
#2
PB•Forward speed search mode (RDD only)
RC
#2
SS1,05
#2
PB•Playback mode
RC
#2
SS1,06
#2
PB•Pause mode
RC
#2
SS1,09
#2
RPB•Playback mode
RC
#2
SS1,10
#2
RPB•Pause mode
RC
#2
SS1,17
#2
Time date search
RC
#2
SS1,19
#2
Index search (FF)
RC
#2
SS1,20
#2
Index search (REW)
RC
#2
SS1,21
#2
Skip search (FF) (RDD only)
RC
#2
SS1,22
#2
Skip search (REW) (RDD only)
RC
#2
SS1,25
#2
Character search (FF)
RC
#2
SS1,26
#2
Character search (REW)
RC
#2
SS1,27
#2
Alarm list search
RC
#2
SS1,29
#2
Timer REC
RC
#2
SS1,30
#2
Reserve of Timer REC
RC
#2
SS1,31
#2
Timer reserve error
RC
#2
SS1,33
#2
Initializing device
RC
#2
SS1,34
#2
Archiving
RC
#2
SS1,36
#2
Restoring
RC
#2
SS1,46
#2
Rewinding (DDS only)
PRE-ALARM Recording•Standby mode
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Command codes (continued) / Character Search
Status, when normal execute
Functions
Acquire the current status
#1
OTHERS
(Copy device)
Table of Error Code
Error code
RC
#2
SS2,00
#2
Power off
RC
#2
SS2,01
#2
during set up
RC
#2
SS2,02
#2
Power on/standby mode
RC
#2
SS2,03
#2
PB•Reverse speed search mode (RDD only)
RC
#2
SS2,04
#2
PB•Forward speed search mode (RDD only)
RC
#2
SS2,05
#2
PB•Playback mode
RC
#2
SS2,06
#2
PB•Pause mode
RC
#2
SS2,09
#2
RPB•Playback mode
RC
#2
SS2,10
#2
RPB•Pause mode
RC
#2
SS2,17
#2
Time date search
RC
#2
SS2,19
#2
Index search (FF)
RC
#2
SS2,20
#2
Index search (REW)
RC
#2
SS2,21
#2
Skip search (FF) (RDD only)
RC
#2
SS2,22
#2
Skip search (REW) (RDD only)
RC
#2
SS2,25
#2
Character search (FF)
RC
#2
SS2,26
#2
Character search (REW)
RC
#2
SS2,27
#2
Alarm search
RC
#2
SS2,29
#2
Timer REC
RC
#2
SS2,30
#2
Reserve of Timer REC
RC
#2
SS2,31
#2
Timer reserve error
RC
#2
SS2,33
#2
Initializing media of device
RC
#2
SS2,34
#2
copying
RC
#2
SS2,36
#2
Restoring
RC
#2
SS2,46
#2
Rewinding (DDS only)
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Commands
SS2?
Table of Status Code
Meaning of error
Status code
Meaning of status
ER00
#2
No power supply
ER01
#2
–
ER02
#2
–
**
ER03
#2
–
03 : Copy/archive/restore R/W error
ER04
#2
–
ER05
#2
Malfunction occurred
ER06
#2
Present time or Timer program has not been set
ER07
#2
Alarm recording underway
*
ER08
#2
Unfeasible (NAK)
1 : Select PWR-OFF, INITIALIZE
ER09
#2
–
2 : Only PWR-OFF
ER10
#2
Incorrect command
ER11
#2
Incorrect parameter
ER12
#2
Overflow on receiver
ER13
#2
Data was not received
ER14
#2
–
ER15
#2
Data clearing underway (Command not accepted)
ER16
#2
PASSWORD ERROR
ER17
#2
PASSWORD LOCK is set
CE
**
#2
given when error occurred during copy/restore
: Error code (02 ~ 04)
02 : Copy/restore media error
04 : Copy/restore size error
DC
*
#2
given when DEVICE CHECK menu appears
:0~2
0 : Select PWR-OFF, CONFIG
■ Character Search
Characters can be added to both visuals and audio using a PC when the unit is connected to a PC via the RS-232C interface.
These characters will appear on screen during playback. (There is also the possibility that the characters will not be displayed.)
In addition, searches of images incorporating these characters, a process called Character Search, can also be performed.
Searches are carried out by designating the characters associated with a particular image.
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Character Search (continued)
• Character Search commands
• Character Search commands
Commands
Functions
Status,when normal execute
CR0 #1
Do not display characters on-screen (Playback only)
RC #2 EX #2
CR1 #1
Display characters on-screen (Playback only)
RC #2 EX #2
CR? #1
Acquire information on character display settings
RC #2 CR
CM? #1
Acquire information on recalled display settings (Playback only)
RC #2 CM
,Text data #2
: Character count (01-48)
(Text data up to 48 characters)
CC #1
Clear character display
RC #2 EX #2
CW
, Text data
(Up to 48 characters) #1
Create sets of written characters
(1)
: Character count (01-48)
**
RC #2 EX #2
CM #1
Record character sets
RC #2 EX #2
LF
, Text data
(Up to 48 characters) #1
Forward character search (During stop, pause, playback)
: Character count (01-48)
RC #2 EX4 #2
(Reply at the completion of search)
LR
, Text data
(Up to 48 characters) #1
Reverse character search (During stop, pause, playback)
: Character count (01-48)
(Reply at the completion of search)
**
**
**
**
**
**
* *
**
#2 (
: 0-1) 0 : OFF 1 : ON
RC #2 EX4 #2
• Characters can be used
Alphabet
A B C D E F G H
ASCII code
65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90
#1
Character
• Sample operation
% (
) -
.
/
I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
: <
>
ASCII code
32 37 40 41 45 46 47 58 60 62
Number
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
ASCII code
48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57
#1: a space
1) Record characters “ABCDEF” and images simultaneously. (On the RS-232C settings screen, set CR/CR•LF to “CR”.)
The following are the two steps required for recording characters:
1 Set the character (or characters string) to be recorded;
2 Record the selected character(s).
By using the CM command, characters which have been set once can be recorded any number of times. To record a different
character set, use the CW command.
Command from personal computer
CW06,ABCDEF
Replied status code from unit
to a personal computer
CR
Sending a command for setting "ABCDEF" .
RC CR EX CR
The unit received a command and executed.
Sending a command to record set characters
(it is able to execute while recording).
CM CR
RC CR EX CR
CR
Meaning
The unit executed a command.
means a carriage return code (0DH).
• Set the CH. TITLE setting to “NONE” to display characters during segmented display mode.
2) Search for the scene associated with the recorded character set “ABCDEF”. (On the RS-232C settings screen, set CR/
CR•LF to “CR”.)
Command from personal computer
Replied status code from unit
to a personal computer
Display characters on-screen (Playback only).
CR1 CR
RC CR EX CR
The unit received a command and executed.
Sending a command for serching "ABCDEF" by character
search in a direction of the time being.
LF06,ABCDEF CR
RC CR EX4 CR
CR
Meaning
The unit received a command and executed.
means a carriage return code (0DH).
• Character searches can only be performed during stop, pause, and playback modes.
• The unit will fast forward or rewind until it finds the character string, then shift into still frame mode.
• If the unit does not find the character string, it will stop automatically.
• When there are multiple instances of the same character string, repeat character search if the retrieved image is not
the desired image.
• Character searches may be time-consuming as the process involves searching through all the data.
• Forward searching is the only option available when using a DDS device for playback.
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Recording time table
Audio recording possible. (12.8kHz sampling)
Audio recording possible, but with diminished quality. (8kHz sampling)
Audio recording not possible.
■ Audio recording time table
Approximate recording time (if recording is made internal 30 GB HDD)
♦ Without Audio recording
25F
12.5F
8.33F
6.25F
4.17F
2.78F
2.08F
1.56F
1F
0.5F
0.25F
0.13F
NUMBER OF
RECORDING
FIELD
SUPERIOR
6h
12h
19h
25h
38h
57h
76h
101h
158h
317h
634h
1268h
570,000
HIGH
9h
18h
27h
36h
55h
82h
110h
147h
229h
459h
919h
1839h
827,000
STANDARD
13h
27h
40h
54h
81h
122h
163h
218h
340h
681h
1363h
2727h
1,227,000
BASIC
18h
36h
54h
72h
108h
162h
216h
289h
451h
903h
1807h
3615h
1,627,000
LOW
24h
48h
73h
97h
146h
219h
293h
390h
610h
1221h
2442h
4884h
2,197,000
25F
12.5F
8.33F
6.25F
4.17F
2.78F
2.08F
1.56F
1F
0.5F
0.25F
0.13F
NUMBER OF
RECORDING
FIELD
SUPERIOR
5h
10h
15h
20h
30h
45h
60h
81h
126h
253h
507h
1014h
456,000
HIGH
6h50min
13h
20h
27h
41h
62h
83h
111h
174h
348h
697h
1395h
627,000
STANDARD
10h
20h
31h
41h
62h
94h
125h
167h
261h
523h
1046h
2093h
941,000
BASIC
13h
27h
41h
55h
83h
125h
167h
223h
348h
697h
1395h
2790h 1,255,000
LOW
18h
37h
56h
74h
112h
168h
224h
299h
467h
935h
1871h
3742h 1,684,000
Field/sec.
REC P.GRADE
♦ Audio recording
Field/sec.
REC P.GRADE
This recording time table lists recording times for when the capacity of the built-in HDD is 30.0 GB.
Please note that alterations to the built-in HDD may contribute to slightly longer recording times than
those listed on this recording time table.
■ Pre-alarm recording time table
♦ Without Audio recording, recording duration is set to “LONG”.
Field/sec.
25F
12.5F
8.33F
6.25F
4.17F
2.78F
2.08F
1.56F
SUPERIOR
3.2s
6.4s
10s
12s
19s
28s
38s
58s
HIGH
4.6s
9.3s
13s
18s
27s
41s
55s
STANDARD
6.9s
13s
20s
27s
41s
1min1s 1min22s 2min10s 2min52s 5min44s 11min28s 22min56s
BASIC
9.1s
18s
27s
36s
54s
1min22s 1min49s 2min51s 3min48s 7min36s 15min12s 30min24s
LOW
12s
24s
36s
49s
REC P.GRADE
1F
0.5F
0.25F
0.13F
1min20s 2min40s 5min20s 10min40s
1min32s 1min56s 3min52s 7min44s 15min28s
1min13s 1min50s 2min27s 3min35s 5min8s
10min
20min
41min
0.5F
0.25F
0.13F
♦ Without Audio recording, recording duration is set to “MIDDLE”.
Field/sec.
25F
12.5F
8.33F
6.25F
4.17F
2.78F
2.08F
1.56F
1F
SUPERIOR
1.6s
3.2s
4.8s
6.4s
9.6s
14s
19s
25s
40s
1min20s 2min40s 5min20s
HIGH
2.3s
4.6s
7.0s
9.3s
13s
20s
27s
37s
58s
1min56s 3min52s 7min44s
STANDARD
3.4s
6.9s
10s
13s
20s
30s
41s
55s
BASIC
4.6s
9.1s
13s
18s
27s
41s
54s
LOW
6.2s
12s
18s
24s
36s
55s
REC P.GRADE
1min26s 2min52s 5min44s
11min
1min12s 1min54s 3min48s 7min36s
15min
1min13s 1min38s 2min34s 5min8s
10min
20min
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Recording time table (continued)
Audio recording possible. (12.8kHz sampling)
Audio recording possible, but with diminished quality. (8kHz sampling)
Audio recording not possible.
♦ Without Audio recording, recording duration is set to “SHORT”.
Field/sec.
25F
12.5F
8.33F
6.25F
4.17F
2.78F
2.08F
1.56F
1F
0.5F
SUPERIOR
0.8s
1.6s
2.4s
3.2s
4.8s
7.2s
9.6s
12s
20s
40s
1min20s 2min40s
HIGH
1.2s
2.3s
3.5s
4.6s
7.0s
10s
13s
18s
29s
58s
1min56s 3min52s
STANDARD
1.7s
3.4s
5.2s
6.9s
10s
15s
20s
27s
43s
1min26s 2min52s 5min44s
BASIC
2.3s
4.6s
6.8s
9.1s
13s
20s
27s
36s
57s
1min54s 3min48s 7min36s
LOW
3.1s
6.2s
9.2s
12s
18s
27s
36s
49s
REC P.GRADE
0.25F
1min17s 2min34s 5min8s
0.13F
10min
♦ Audio recording, recording duration is set to “LONG”.
Field/sec.
25F
12.5F
8.33F
6.25F
4.17F
2.78F
2.08F
1.56F
1F
SUPERIOR
2.6s
5.1s
7.7s
10s
15s
23s
30s
40s
1min4s
HIGH
3.5s
7.0s
11s
14s
21s
31s
42s
56s
1min28s 2min56s 5min52s 11min
STANDARD
5.3s
11s
16s
21s
31s
47s
BASIC
7.0s
14s
21s
28s
42s
1min3s 1min24s 1min52s 2min56s 5min52s
11min
23min
LOW
9.4s
19s
28s
37s
56s
1min24s 1min53s 2min31s 3min56s 7min52s
15min
31min
0.25F
0.13F
REC P.GRADE
0.5F
0.25F
0.13F
2min8s 4min16s 8min32s
1min3s 1min24s 2min12s 4min24s 8min48s 17min
♦ Audio recording, recording duration is set to “MIDDLE”.
Field/sec.
25F
12.5F
8.33F
6.25F
4.17F
2.78F
2.08F
1.56F
1F
0.5F
SUPERIOR
1.3s
2.6s
3.8s
5.1s
7.7s
11s
15s
20s
32s
1min4s
HIGH
1.8s
3.5s
5.3s
7.1s
11s
15s
21s
28s
44s
1min28s 2min56s 5min52s
STANDARD
2.6s
5.3s
7.9s
11s
15s
23s
31s
42s
1min6s 2min12s 4min24s 8min48s
BASIC
3.5s
7.0s
11s
14s
21s
31s
42s
56s
1min28s 2min56s 5min52s
11min
LOW
4.7s
9.4s
14s
18s
28s
42s
56s
1min15s 1min58s 3min56s 7min52s
15min
REC P.GRADE
2min8s 4min16s
♦ Audio recording, recording duration is set to “SHORT”.
Field/sec.
25F
12.5F
8.33F
6.25F
4.17F
2.78F
2.08F
1.56F
1F
0.5F
0.25F
0.13F
SUPERIOR
0.6s
1.3s
1.9s
2.6s
3.8s
5.8s
7.7s
10s
16s
32s
1min4s
2min8s
HIGH
0.9s
1.8s
2.6s
3.5s
5.3s
7.9s
10s
14s
22s
44s
1min28s 2min56s
STANDARD
1.3s
2.6s
4.0s
5.3s
7.9s
11s
15s
21s
33s
1min6s 2min12s 4min24s
BASIC
1.8s
3.5s
5.3s
7.0s
10s
15s
21s
28s
44s
1min28s 2min56s 5min52s
LOW
2.4s
4.7s
7.1s
9.4s
14s
21s
28s
37s
59s
1min58s 3min56s 7min52s
REC P.GRADE
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Troubleshooting
Description of problem
Please consult the following
PERIPHERAL RECORDING DEVICE PLAYBACK
RECORDING
INSTALLATION
The unit will not turn on.
Page
Is the power cord properly plugged in?
Is the LOCK indicator light on?
Is the TIMER REC indicator light on?
Power is on, but the unit will not Is the LOCK indicator light on?
operate.
Is the POWER button blinking? (The unit cannot be operated
when the POWER button is blinking and it's the same when
the other buttons and indicator are blinking.)
It is possible that the safety features are in operation.
Restart the unit by pressing the RESET button located at the
back of the unit using a ballpoint pen or similar object.
Images are not appearing on
Are the monitor and camera(s) connected correctly?
the monitor.
Is the unit receiving an input signal from the selected camera?
Check this by setting the unit to SPLIT 9.
The quality of the monitor
Is the connecting cord connected correctly?
picture is poor.
Is the camera’s focus adjusted correctly?
The unit will not start recording. Is there any recording space left on the disk?
The unit begins recording only after the specified recording
time. Was the unit stopped during the specified recording time?
Is the PRE ALARM REC indicator light on?
The unit will not stop recording. Is the LOCK indicator light on?
Is the unit running in Timer Recording mode? If so, cancel the
Timer Recording and press the TIMER REC button once again.
The unit will not perform Repeat Is the unit running in Repeat Recording mode?
Recording.
The unit will not perform Timer
Are the date and current time set accurately?
Recording.
Are the Recording Start-/End-times and the recording
interval set correctly?
If the recording interval has been set correctly, then has the
recording medium been placed in the unit? Has the
recording medium’s write-protect been removed?
Is the HDD Repeat Recording setting set on REC•STANDBY?
The unit will not perform Alarm Is the unit in stand-by mode?
Recording.
Are the peripheral switches, etc., connected correctly?
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The unit will not perform
playback.
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The copying device/archive
device does not respond.
Power is on, but I cannot get
past the "NOW SET UP ..."
display.
The unit will not backup all of
the data on the hard disk.
Is the LOCK indicator light on?
Has the image data been erased?
Has the playback device been selected correctly?
Is the PRE ALARM REC indicator light on?
Has the recording medium been inserted correctly into the unit?
Is the unit currently in the middle of loading the recording medium?
Has the playback device been selected correctly?
Has the peripheral recording device been selected correctly?
Is the peripheral recording device’s SCSI ID number set
correctly?
Is the SCSI terminator switch off?
Have limits been placed on the hard disk’s storage capacity?
Inspect the recording medium.
Check the amount of available recording space.
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If problems with the unit persist even after you’ve followed the suggestions below, please disconnect the power cord
and contact the retailer from whom you purchased the unit.
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Troubleshooting (continued) / Glossary
Description of problem
The unit will not respond to PC
control.
OTHERS
The DEVICE CHECK menu
does appear when power is
turned on.
The unit is not detecting its
peripheral recording device(s).
Black screens are being
displayed during multi-screen
display.
Button operation is not working.
Button operation of camera
numbers is not working.
Please consult the following
Page
Is the RS-232C setting set correctly?
Are the unit and computer connected correctly?
Is there a defect in the connecting cable?
Is the proper connecting cable being used?
Is peripheral device’s SCSI ID setting set correctly?
Inspect the connecting cable.
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Is the SCSI terminator switch on?
Have the peripheral devices been disconnected?
Are the recommended peripheral devices being used?
Operations settings have not been made, in the Camera
Operation Setting parameter of the MPX FUNCTIONS
screen. Input from cameras not displaying the “•” symbol
will appear black on the monitor.
Is the playback device indicator light blinking? Wait until the
light stays on, then start operation once more. If the light
does not stop blinking for a long period, use the RESET
button located at the back of the unit.
Is the LOCK function or the PASSWORD LOCK function in
effect? If so, please cancel the function(s).
Is the Menu screen being displayed? (Camera number
buttons cannot be used when the Menu screen is displayed.)
Is the unit currently accessing a peripheral recording device?
Check the ACCESS indicator.
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■ Glossary
Simultaneous Backup (Copying) method
SCSI Interface
In Simultaneous Backup (Copying), images input from the cameras
are recorded once on the unit’s hard disk and simultaneously copied
from the hard disk onto a removable archive/copying medium. Because images are first recorded onto the hard disk, the unit performs
well for Alarm Recording and high-quality images needs, and can use
“blank time” to backup/copy onto the separate medium. In addition,
the unit marks the end of backup recording time through the use of
the Archive Pointer.
The SCSI interface is the connection used expressly for transferring
image data between the unit and its peripheral devices. Each peripheral is connected to the unit in a daisy-chain configuration, and is
given a unique ID number for detection/identification by the unit.
Archive Pointer
The Archive Pointer is used to mark, on the archive medium, the completion of a backup process. For example, 100 hours of data recorded
on the unit’s hard disk is to be transferred to a medium with only 80
hours of available recording space. When the backup process is completed, the Archive Pointer will memorize the hard disk’s 80-hour mark.
When the next backup process is initiated, backup will begin at this
point.
Relation of recording operation to the number of
cameras and recording interval settings
The recording pattern of this unit is as illustrated in the diagram below. Image data input from all the connected cameras is recorded
sequentially at a rate of [number of cameras x recording interval].
(Recording interval for each camera is 25F.)
For example, when four cameras are recording at intervals of 1 second, the unit takes four seconds to receive one cycle of image data
from the cameras. When this data is played back on a single-screen,
the display is refreshed once every four seconds.
Copying Device
The copying device is the peripheral device assigned to SCSI ID5. By
using the unit’s COPY button, this device can be made to copy (restore) image data recorded over a designated time frame.
Circuit recording interval per camera
[ recording interval x # of cameras ]
1 second x 4 cameras = 4 seconds
Archive Device
The archive device is the peripheral device assigned to SCSI ID4,
and performs the following: backup specification using the ARCHIVE
button or Timer Program, and backing up of image data using the
Restore function in the Copy settings.
4 seconds
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4 seconds
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Restore
Restore is the process in which image data transferred to the peripheral recording device is restored on the unit’s hard disk. During the
Restore process, image data currently stored on the unit’s hard disk
is completely over-written.
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Examples of time displayed
during playback.
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Warnings and CALL OUT output
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■ Warnings and their appropriate countermeasures
Options in the CALL OUT options column:
• Selectable: CALL OUT output can be selected/de-selected on the menu.
• Yes: a CALL OUT signal is emitted without prior selection of this function using the menu.
• None: no CALL OUT signal is emitted, but a warning indicator will appear on screen.
Warning
Status
Countermeasure
Canceling
the warning
CALL OUT
Reference
output
The internal hard disk drive • When the warning is canceled, the unit
is full when either “STOP” or will start over-writing the oldest data
remaining in the hard disk drive.
“REC•STANDBY” has been
selected in “HDD REPEAT”. • Archive or copy data as necessary.
Press the
WARNING
RESET button.
Selectable
HDD NEAR END
The storage capacity of the
hard disk drive is approach• Archive or copy data as necessary.
ing the value entered into
the HDD capacity setting.
Press the
WARNING
RESET button.
Selectable
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ARCHIVE FULL
The storage medium in the
backup recording device is
full.
• Replace the medium in the backup
recording device.
Selectable
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ARCHIVE NEAR END
The limit of the archive
medium's storage capacity
is being reached.
• Replace the medium in the backup
recording device.
Press the
WARNING
RESET button.
Press the
WARNING
RESET button.
Selectable
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COPY OVERTAKE
ERROR
ARCHIVE OVERTAKE
ERROR
Non-backed up data was
over-written while the HDD
was in Repeat mode.
• If you do not wish to have the data overwritten, stop recording.
• Change the settings for recording interval and image quality. (More specifically,
Press the
WARNING
RESET button.
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HDD FULL
COPY NEAR
OVERTAKE
ARCHIVE NEAR
OVERTAKE
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lengthen intervals and lowre image quality.)
The HDD is in Repeat mode,
• If you do not wish to have the data overand data which has not been
written, stop recording.
backed up will be over-written.
(The amount of time remaining • Change the settings for recording interbefore the unit begins overval and image quality. (More specifically,
writing is approx. 5% of the
lengthen intervals and lowre image quality.)
time indicated as the possible
recording duration.)
When using the copy or
restore functions, either the
COPY SIZE ERROR amount of data to be
• Reset the range of backup or copying.
ARCHIVE SIZE ERROR transferred exceeds the
• Replace the archive/copy medium.
limits
of
the
storage
medium,
RESTORE SIZE ERROR
Press the
WARNING
RESET button.
Press the
WARNING
RESET button.
or there is no data to be
copied.
COPY CHECK MEDIA An error has occurred in
ARCHIVE CHECK MEDIA either the RDD device or
RESTORE CHECK MEDIA the DDS device.
NO SIGNAL
Visual signal was absent
(1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9)
for over 5 seconds during
[The warning will
recording.
indicate the number
of the non-functioning
camera.]
SYSTEM ERROR
REC SYSTEM ERROR
SCSI connection error or
COPY SYSTEM ERROR
ARCHIVE SYSTEM ERROR system malfunction.
RESTORE SYSTEM ERROR
• Check the storage medium in the RDD
or DDS device. (Insert medium if there
is none. If medium is present and you
with to use it, undo the write-protection.
If medium is present and you do not
wish to use it, replace the medium.)
Press the
WARNING
RESET button.
• Check whether the unit and camera are
properly connected, and that electricity
is on.
• Check whether the visual signal is
being properly outputted.
• Check whether the unit’s camera
setting is set to an empty channel.
• Either turn off
recording or, if the
visual signal has
been restored,
cancel the warning
• Press the
WARNING RESET
button.
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• Confirm that the SCSI cable is properly
connected.
• Restart operation.
• Inspect the HDD/archive/copy device.
Press the
WARNING
RESET button.
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Press the
WARNING
RESET button.
None
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COPY R/W ERROR A data-writing error occurred
• Inspect the archive/copy device.
ARCHIVE R/W ERROR during backup or copying.
RESTORE R/W ERROR
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Specifications
Rated Power Supply:
Rated Input:
Color System:
AC 100-240V 50/60Hz
1.00-0.50A (100-240V)
PAL-type color system.
Operating Temperature:
Relative Humidity:
Altitude:
Dimensions:
Weight:
Recording System
Sampling
Data Compression
Compression Unit
Audio Recording System
Resolution
Recording Device
41°F-104°F (5°C to 40°C).
Max.80(%)
Max.3000(m)
425(Width) x 380(Depth) x 113(Height)(mm).
7.1kg
Digital recording system with JPEG compression method.
13.5MHz
JPEG
Field
PCM
684 x 288
30GB HDD
Video Input:
Monitor Output:
9 Input BNC-Connector:
S-Connector:
Throughout Output:
Audio Input:
Audio Output:
Microphone Input:
1.0 V(p-p), 75 ohms.
Y-Signal: 1.0 V(p-p), 75 ohms.
C-Signal: 0.286 V(p-p), 75 ohms.
BNC-Connector:
1.0 V(p-p), 75 ohms.
9 Output BNC-Connector: 1.0 V(p-p), 75 ohms.
-8 dBs, 50 kohms.
-8 dBs, 1 kohms.
-67 dBs, 600 ohms.
Timer Program:
Memory Backup:
8programs-Daily start and stop time for one week x3set.
Lasts for more than 1 month.
CONNECTORS
POWER ON Input:
POWER OFF Input:
ALARM IN(1-9) Input:
CLOCK ADJ Input:
REC Input:
GND:
ALARM OUT Output:
MODE OUT Output:
DC 5V OUT Output:
CALL OUT/CALL OUT GND:
Terminal for power ON. LOW: POWER OFF / HIGH: POWER ON
Terminal for power OFF. LOW: POWER OFF
Terminal for starting alarm recording.
Terminal for adjusting clock.
Terminal for starting.
Terminal for ground.
Terminal for output while alarm recording is under way.
Terminal for indication of recording selected mode.
Terminal for DC 5V OUT.
Terminal for external warning device.
Rating:
ALARM OUT /
MODE OUT
ALARM IN / CLOCK ADJ /
REC
CALL OUT /
CALL OUT GND
Active:
Non active:
Active:
Non active:
Active:
Non active:
RS-232C
SCSI
RS-232C (D-SUB 9pin) terminal for connection with personal computer.
SCSI2 (Half pitch 50pin) terminal.
Accessories
AC power cord (for U.K / for the Continent)
Ferrite core
Cable tie
Accessory software
Cable (for the extra install hard disk drive)
Screw (for the extra install hard disk drive)
Stopper (for the extra install hard disk drive)
“Low” Level.
Max. Drive current 7mA DC.
Open.
Max. Voltage +24V DC.
When terminals are short-circuited or “Low” Level voltage is applied.
Open.
ON.
Max. Drive current 7mA DC.
Open.
Max. Voltage +24V DC.
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Weight and dimensions shown are approximate.
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
POWER ON/POWER OFF/
ALARM IN/REC/CLOCK ADJ
Input terminal
5V
• Input Circuit
10kΩ
Input
terminal
22kΩ
0.047µF
ALARM OUT/MODE OUT Output terminal
• Output Circuit
CALL OUT output terminal
• Output Circuit
5V
CALL OUT terminal
Output terminal
GND terminal
CALL OUT GND terminal
GND
<Interface circuit inside the unit>
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