Samsung SHR-6160 User`s manual

SHR-6080/6082/6160/6162/6163/6164
8 Channel/16 Channel DVR
User’s Manual
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FEATURES
This DVR (Digital Video Recorder) employs MPEG-4 video encoding for 8 or 16 channels of camera input and G.723
audio encoding for 4 channels, and supports simultaneous hard disc recording and playback.
And also it supports network connectivity, providing remote monitoring from a remote PC by transferring video and
audio data.
• Provides convenient User Interface
• 8/16 CH Composite Input Connectors
• Supports CIF(S)/Half D1(M)/Full D1(L) recording formats
• With the network specific codec, network transfer enabled regardless of the recording conditions
• De-interlacing processor for better picture quality
• Display of HDD information and status by using HDD SMART
• CIF(S) Size (NTSC: 352*240, PAL: 352*288) Recording in 240 (NTSC)/200 (PAL) IPS speed (SHR-6163/6164)
• CIF(S) Size (NTSC: 352*240, PAL: 352*288) Recording in 120 (NTSC)/100 (PAL) IPS speed (SHR-6080/6082/
6160/6162)
• 8/16-channel Loop Through Video port connection
• Hard Disk overwrite function
• Mass storage hard disk backup through high-speed USB 2.0
• Backup function using USB 2.0 flash memory and external CD/DVD writer
(Internal DVD writer is not available for SHR-6080/6160/6163)
• Simultaneous Record and Playback of 8/16-channel video data
• Various Search Modes (Search By Time, Event, Backup, POS and Motion Detection)
• Various Recording Modes (Time Lapse, Event, Scheduled Recording)
• Extended Hard Disk Connection (USB 2.0)
• Alarm Interface (Input: 8/16, Output: 4, Reset: 1)
• Remote Monitoring function by Windows Network Viewer (NET-i Pro/Web viewer)
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Read these operating instructions carefully before using the unit.
Follow all the safety instructions listed below.
Keep these operating instructions handy for future reference.
1) Read these instructions.
2) Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
4)
Follow all instructions.
5)
Do not use this apparatus near water.
6)
Clean only with dry cloth.
7)
Do not block any ventilation openings, Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s
instructions.
8)
Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other
apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
9)
Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding- type plug. A polarized plug has
two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two blades and a third
grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong are provided for your safety. if the provided
plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
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3)
10) Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience
receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
11) Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
12) Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the
manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used, use
caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from
tip-over.
13) Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long
periods of time.
14) Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has
been damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been
spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or
moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.
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BEFORE START
This user’s manual provides Information for using DVR such as brief introduction, part names, functions, connection
to other equipment, menu setup, and the like.
You have to keep in mind the following notices:
• SEC retains the copyright on this manual.
• This manual cannot be copied without SEC’s prior written approval.
• We are not liable for any or all losses to the product incurred by your use of non-standard product or violation of
instructions mentioned in this manual.
• If you want to open the case of your system for checking problems, please consult the expert from the shop
where you bought the product.
• You may download open source codes from the following website: www.samsungsecurity.com.
• Before installing an additional HDD or connecting an external storage device (USB memory or USB HDD) to this
DVR, check the compatibility. Consult your provider for the compatibility list.
Warning
❖ Battery
Exchanging a wrong battery in your product may cause an explosion. Therefore you must use the same type
of battery as the one being used in the product.
The following are the specifications of the battery you are using now.
• Normal voltage: 3V
• Normal capacity: 170mAh
• Continuous standard load: 0.2mA
• Operating temperature: -20°C ~ +85°C (-4°F ~ +185°F)
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 Connect the power cord into a grounded oulet.
 The Mains plug is used as a disconnect device and shall stay readily operable at any time.
 Batteries shall not be exposed to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or the like.
❖ System Shutdown
Turning off the power while the product is in operation, or taking not permitted actions may cause damage to
the hard drive or the product. Also it can cause a dysfunction to the hard disk while using the product.
Please turn off the power using the Power button on the front of your DVR.
After selecting <OK> in the pop-up menu, you can pull off the power cord.
You may want to install a UPS system for safe operation in order to prevent damage caused by an
unexpected power stoppage. (Any questions concerning UPS, consult your UPS retailer.)
❖ Operating Temperature
The guaranteed operating temperature range of this product is 0°C ~ 40°C (32°F ~ 104°F).
This product may not work properly if you run right after a long period of storage at a temperature below the
guaranteed one.
When using the device after a long period of storage at low temperature, place the product at room
temperature for a while and run it.
Especially for the built-in HDD in the product, its guaranteed temperature range is 5°C ~ 55°C (41°F ~ 131°F).
Likewise, the hard drive may not work at a temperature below the guaranteed one.
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Package Contents
Please unwrap the product, and place the product on a flat place or in the place to be installed.
Please check the following contents are included in addition to the main unit.
Mouse
Power Cable
NET-i Pro Software / User’s Manual CD
User’s Manual
RS-485 connector port
Remote Control Battery (AAA)
Bracket Rack
SATA Cable
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Remote Control
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CONTENTS
OVERVIEW
2
INSTALLATION
14
CONNECTING WITH OTHER DEVICE
19
LIVE
23
USING THE DVR
34
SEARCH & PLAY
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Features
Important Safety Instructions
Before Start
Contents
Part Names and Functions (Front)
Part Names and Functions (Rear)
Remote Control
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15
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Checking the Installation Environment
Rack Installation
HDD Addition
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Connecting the Video, Audio, and Monitor
Connecting the Network
Connecting the USB
Connecting POS Device
Connecting the Alarm Input/Output
Connecting the RS-485 Device
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Getting Started
Live Screen Configuration
Live Mode
Spot Out
Zoom
Audio On/Off
Freeze
Event Monitoring
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System Setup
Setting the Device
Setting the Recording
Setting the Event
Backup
Network Configuration
Controlling a PTZ Device
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Search
Playback
Introducing Web Viewer
Connecting Web Viewer
Using Live Viewer
Using Search Viewer
Viewer Setup
About
BACKUP VIEWER
94
SEC Backup Viewer
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Product Specification
Product Overview
Default Setting
Troubleshooting
Open Source License Report on the Product
 OVERVIEW
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WEB VIEWER
94
APPENDIX
96
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PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS (FRONT)
1
6080
10
8
10
8
9
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6
2
7
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6162/6164
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6082
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6160/6163
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Part Names
Functions
ALARM : Lights on when an event occurs.
HDD : Displays the normal access to HDD.
Upon access to HDD, LED repeats on and off.
LED Indicator
NETWORK : Displays both network connection and data transfer status.
BACKUP : Displays when Backup is in progress.
REC : Lights on when recording is in progress.
 OVERVIEW
PTZ : Sets PTZ Mode ON/OFF.
ZOOM(TELE) : Sets the screen to the x2 digital zoom.
Runs the TELE function in the PTZ Mode.
Camera Control
FREEZE(WIDE) : Runs the FREEZE function in the Live Mode.
Runs the WIDE function in the PTZ Mode.
BACKUP(VIEW) : Runs the BACKUP function.
Runs the Preset View function in the PTZ Mode.
SEARCH(PRESET) : Goes to the search screen.
Runs the Preset Setup function in the PTZ Mode.
REC
Starts or ends the recording.
/
Step Rewind ( ) : Used for backward frame-by-frame search while in PAUSE.
Fast Rewind () : Used for quick backward search while in Play.
(-x2,-x4,-x8,-x16,-x32,-x64)
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STOP : Used to stop the playback.
►/
PLAY/PAUSE : Used to pause or resume the screen.
/
Fast Forward () : Used for quick forward playback. (x2, x4, x8, x16, x32, x64)
Step Forward ( ) : Used for forward frame-by-frame search while in PAUSE.
Direction &
Select Button
Used to change a value or move the cursor up/down/left/right (▲▼◄ ►).
Selects a menu item or executes the selected menu.
USB Port 1 & 2
Connects the USB devices.
MODE
Each button press in the Live Mode switches the screen to 16-, 9-, 4-, 6-, 8-, 13- split screen,
PIP, and auto sequence mode in order.
In play mode, each press of the button will switch the screen mode to 13-, 1-, 4-, 9-, and 16split in order. (1 live channel + (N-1) live channel)
AUDIO
Sets Audio ON/OFF.
ALARM
Cancels the ALARM LED and the audible alarm when the alarm is going off, and to remove the
icon.
MENU/RETURN
Either goes to the system menu screen or moves to the upper menu from the lower menu.
Channel
Used to select channel numbers directly in the Live Mode, or numbers in the numeric input
mode.
Jog shuttle
When a scroll bar appears in each menu, acts as a scrolling.
In Play mode, - Jog : Pauses the playback and steps backward or forward.
- Shuttle : Fast playback forward or backward.
OPEN/CLOSE
Used to open and close the DVR-RW disc tray. (available for SHR-6082/6162/6164 only)
Power
Power LED : Displays the power ON/OFF status.
Power Button : Used to turn the DVR ON/OFF.
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PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS (REAR)
6080/6082
1 2 3 4
5 6 7
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9
10 11
12
6160/6162/6163/6164
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Part Names
Functions
Composite Video Signal Output Port (BNC type connector).
AUDIO OUT
Audio Signal Output Port (RCA jack).
VGA
VGA Video Signal Output Port.
AUDIO IN
Audio input signal port (RCA Jack).
USB
USB connector port.
SPOT
A live screen output port, separate from the VIDEO OUT.
Supports Single, 4-, 9-, 16-split, and Auto Sequence modes
NETWORK
NETWORK connector port.
RS-485
Used for RS-485 communication. (TX+, TX-, RX+, RX-)
ALARM
 OVERVIEW
VIDEO OUT
- ALARM IN 1~16(SHR-6160/6162/6163/6164): Alarm Input port.
- ALARM IN 1~8(SHR-6080/6082): Alarm Input port.
- ALARM RESET IN: Alarm Reset port.
- ALARM OUT 1–4: Alarm Output port.
LOOP OUT
Used to transfer a video signal to other video devices.
VIDEO IN
Composite Video Signal Input Port (BNC type connector).
AC 100-240V~ IN
AC 100 ~ 230V (PAL)
AC 110 ~ 220V (NTSC)
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REMOTE CONTROL
DVR
Available after switching to DVR mode by pressing the [DVR] button on the remote control.
SEARCH
Displays the search menu.
BACKUP
Displays the Backup Menu.
OPEN/CLOSE
MODE
Changes the screen mode.
POWER
Opens or closes the CD tray.
DVR
Activates the DVR function.
Displays the Exit pop up screen.
NUMBER [0~+10]
Used as the numeric input keys, or displays a single
channel.
ID
Skip Backward (by unit time),
Slow Rewind, Slow Forward,
Skip Forward (by unit time)
Sets the ID of the system.
Select 2 digits from 0 ~ 9 while pressing the ID Key.
Move Frame
While paused, moves to the previous/next frame.
FR, STOP, PLAY/PAUSE, FF
T/W
Zooms in or out.
PTZ
Displays or ends PTZ.
SCROLL ,.
Moves the menu scroll.
MENU
Goes to the system menu screen.
RETURN
Returns to the previous screen.
Up/Down/Left/Right(▲▼◄ ►)/ENTER
Moves the cursor up/down/left/right, and runs the
Select Menu.
FREEZE
Freezes the screen temporarily.
ZOOM
AUDIO
Turns Audio on/off.
ALARM
Cancels the Alarm.
Runs the digital zoom (x2) function.
REC
Starts or ends the live recording.
VIEW
Runs the View function in the PTZ mode.
REC LOCK
Selects the recording lock function.
PRESET
Displays the Preset Setup.
Using the numeric buttons
CHANNEL 1–9
Press each button between 1 to 9.
CHANNEL 10
Press the [+10] button first, then press the 0 button again within 3 seconds.
CHANNEL 11–16
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Press the [+10] button first, then press any number between 1 to 6 within 3 seconds.
MONITOR
Available after switching to Monitor mode by pressing the [MONITOR] button on the remote control.
AUTO
Selects the screen status automatically.
ID RESET
Initializes the ID value to 01.
P.MODE
Selects the screen mode.
MONITOR
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POWER
Turns the monitor power on/off.
Activates the monitor function.
NUMBER [0~9]
Changes the system ID.
ID
Sets the ID.
Select 2 digits from 0 ~ 9 while pressing the ID Key.
+/Adjusts the audio volume.
MUTE
Mutes the audio out.
MENU
Displays the Setup Menu.
Up/Down/Left/Right(▲▼◄ ►)/ENTER
Moves the cursor up/down/left/right, and runs the
Select Menu.
FREEZE
Screen Freeze.
SOURCE
Selects the input signal source.
UNDER SCAN
Displays the video screen within a screen.
PIP
Selects or deselects the PIP function.
Using the Numeric buttons
CHANNEL 1–9
Press any button among 1 to 9.
Changing the Remote Control ID
1. Press the ID button of the remote control and check the ID displayed on the DVR screen.
The factory default ID of the remote control is 00.
2. Enter 2 digits of your selection in order, while pressing the system [ID] button.
3. When ID input is done, press the system [ID] button again to check the setting.
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 If you want to change the remote control ID to 08: Press 0 and 8 in order while the system [ID] button is pressed.
Remote control's ID and DVR’s ID should be matched for proper operation. Refer to “Remote Devices”. (Page 46)
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Please be noticed with the followings before you use the product.
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Do not use the product outdoor.
Do not spill water or liquid in the connection part of the product.
Do not impose the system to excessive shock or force.
Do not pull out the power plug forcefully.
Do not disassemble the product on your own.
Do not exceed the rated input/output range.
Use a certified power cord only.
For the product with an input ground, use a grounded power plug.
CHECKING THE INSTALLATION ENVIRONMENT
• Samsung Digital Video Recorder (“DVR” hereinafter) is a
state-of-art security device, and contains mass storage
hard disk(s) and critical circuits inside.
• When the temperature rises inside the product, the product
may breakdown and the product life be shortened. Please
pay attention to the following recommendations before
installation.
Temperature
Unit: ºC
One Year: 24HR X 365 DAY =8,760 HR
Life (Unit: HOURS)
[Figure 1]
The followings are the recommendations when Samsung DVR is installed on a rack.
1. Please ensure that the rack inside is not sealed.
2. Please ensure the air is circulated through the inlet/outlet as shown in the picture.
3. If the DVR or other devices on a rack is to be stacked as in the picture, provide a
suitable space or install a ventilating opening for air circulation.
4. For natural air convection, place the inlet at the bottom of the rack and the outlet on
top.
5. It is strongly recommended that a fan motor is installed at the inlet and the outlet for
air circulation. (Please fit a filter at the inlet to screen dust or foreign substances.)
6. Please maintain the temperature inside the rack or surrounding areas between 0°C
~ 40°C (32°F ~ 104°F) as shown in the figure 1.
[Figure 2]
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RACK INSTALLATION
Loosen the screws on both sides (4 screws on each side) and install
the Bracket-Rack as shown in the figure, and then fasten the screws
on both sides (4 screws on each side).
 Fix the screws not to be loosened by vibrations.
You can install additional HDDs.
Make sure to unplug the power cord from the wall outlet to prevent possible electric shock, injury or product
damage.
Please consult your provider for further information on HDD installation since improper installation or settings may
damage the product.
 Number of HDDs supported : SHR-6082/6162/6164: Default 1 HDD + Up to 4 HDDs added
SHR-6080/6160/6163: Default 1 HDD + Up to 5 HDDs added
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 Cautions for data loss (HDD care)
Please pay attention so that the data inside the HDD is not damaged.
Before adding a HDD, please check the compatibility with this DVR product.
HDD is vulnerable to malfunction due to its sensitive nature against externalities or shocks during operation. Please
ensure that the HDD is free from such shock or externalities.
We are not liable for any damage to the HDD incurred by user’s carelessness or externalities.
 Cases might cause damage to HDD or recorded data
To minimize the risk of data loss from a damaged HDD, please backup data as often as possible.
Data may be lost due to external impacts during disassembly or installation of the DVR.
HDD may be damaged if the DVR is suddenly stopped by a power cut or power off during operation.
HDD or files stored inside may be damaged if the main body is moved or impacted during the HDD operation.
Cautions when adding a HDD
1. When adding a HDD, pay attention so that the cable does not get caught between unsuitable spaces or
the cable’s insulation does not come off.
2. Pay attention so as not to lose the disassembly screws or accessories.
 If the screws or accessories are not put together, the product may breakdown or not operate properly.
3. Please check the HDD compatibility before adding a HDD.
 Please contact your nearest dealer to obtain the list of compatible devices.
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HDD ADDITION
installation
Adding a HDD
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 Make sure to unplug the power cord from the wall outlet before proceeding with the installation.
 Number of HDDs to install : SHR-6082/6162/6164 : Default 1 HDD + Up to 4 HDDs added
SHR-6080/6160/6163 : Default 1 HDD + Up to 5 HDDs added
 By factory default, the unit is equipped with one HDD.
The following instructions are when you have installed the maximum number of HDDs on the master unit.
1. First, loosen the screws in the left and right sides
and remove the cover.
Cover
1) If adding HDDs to SHR-6080, 6160& 6163
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 For SHR-6082/6162/6164 models, see the following page.
2. Loosen the screws (x4) in the left/right and upper
sides and remove the upper and lower brackets.
Upper Bracket
Lower
Bracket
3. Install HDDs (x3) on the lower bracket and fix them
with screws.
 The screw (UNC 6-32) to use in the installation comes with
the HDD.
Upper Bracket
Add
Add
Lower Bracket
 Firmly secure the screw so that it can not get loose from
such as vibration.
Add
4. Install HDDs (x2) on the upper bracket and fix them
with screws.
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Add
Installed by
default
5. When the installation of additional HDDs is done,
insert the lower and upper brackets into the DVR
and fix them with the provided screws.
Upper Bracket
Lower
Bracket
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6. When the installation of additional HDDs is done,
connect the power cable and connect the HDD
signal cables (SATA Cable) to connectors ~ on
the main board.
 You can check the HDD map directly on the DVR.
Refer to “Storage Device > HDD Map”. (Page 44)
 Note that the order of the HDD data cable is nothing to do
with the operation. Just make arrangements of the
connectors considering the length of each connector.
 SHR-6080, 6160 & 6163 do not support DVD media.
2) If adding HDDs to SHR-6082, 6162 & 6164
2. Loosen the screws (x4) in the left/right and upper
sides to remove the upper bracket and loosen the
lower screws (x2) to remove the lower bracket.
Upper Bracket
Lower Bracket
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3. Install a HDD (x1) on the lower bracket and fix it with
screws.
4. Install HDDs (x3) on the upper bracket and fix them
with screws.
Upper Bracket
Add
Add
Add
Lower Bracket
Installed by default
Add
5. When the installation of additional HDDs is done,
insert the lower and upper brackets into the DVR
and fix them with the provided screws.
Upper Bracket
Lower
Bracket
6. When the installation of additional HDDs is done,
connect the power cable and connect the HDD
data cables (SATA Cable) to connectors ~ on
the main board.
 Note that the number of a HDD data calbe is nothing to do
with operation of the HDD. Just make arrangements of the
connectors considering the length of each connector.
7. Check if the connectors are properly connected and
there is no problem with wiring, and close the cover
and fix it with screws.
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Cover
connecting with other device
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 The following figures are based on Model SHR-6164.
CONNECTING THE VIDEO, AUDIO, AND MONITOR
LOOP OUT
SPOT
AC 100-240V~IN
USB 2.0
AUDIO OUT
CONSOLE
NETWORK
RS-232
VIDEO OUT
(composite)
RS-485 / ALARM
VIDEO OUT
(VGA)
CONNECTING THE NETWORK
Connecting to Internet through Ethernet (10/100/1000BaseT)
RJ-45 Ethernet Cable
(Direct Cable)
Back Bone
Hub/Switcher
Hub/Switcher
Windows
NET-i Pro
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AUDIO IN
VIDEO IN
connecting with other device
Connecting to Internet through ADSL
RJ-45 Ethernet Cable
(Direct Cable)
Phone(ADSL) Line
ADSL MODEM
Hub/Switcher
Windows
NET-i Pro
CONNECTING THE USB
1. There are two USB ports at the front and one at the back of the product.
2. You can connect a USB HDD, USB CD/DVD player, USB memory or mouse to the USB port.
3. If a USB HDD is connected to the system, recognition and settings are available in “Menu > Setting the Device >
Storage Device”. (Page 44)
4. This product supports hot-plugging, which connects/removes the USB device during the system operation.
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 The USB type HDD must be set as Master.
 If you use the USB device for Backup purposes, format it with FAT32 on PC if it is not formatted on the DVR.
CONNECTING POS DEVICE
1. You can connect a POS device to the RS-232C port on the product’s rear side when you connect it directly with
a RS-232C cable.
2. Connection setup for the RS-232C port is available in “Menu > Device > POS Devices”, press the
<POS Device Setup> button and set <Baud rate, Parity, Data, Stop bit and Transfer Type>. (Page 46)
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CONNECTING THE ALARM INPUT/OUTPUT
The Alarm In/Out port at the back is composed of the following.
1. Alarm In/Out Port on 6080/6082
• ALARM IN 1 ~ 8 (SHR-6080/6082) : Alarm Input Port
• ALARM IN 1 ~ 16 (SHR-6160/6162/6163/6164) : Alarm Input Port
• ALARM RESET : On receiving an Alarm Reset signal, the system cancels the current Alarm Input and resumes
sensing.
• ALARM OUT 1 ~ 4 : Alarm Output Port
ALARM OUT
ALARM IN
ALARM IN
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2. Alarm In/Out Port on 6160/6162/6163/6164
connecting with other device
CONNECTING THE RS-485 DEVICE
Connect the RS-485 device through the back port.
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 For example, you can connect and control the PTZ
camera which supports the RS-485
communication.
PTZ device
• Transfer Type : You may select either Half Duplex or Full
Duplex as the data transfer type.
• Baud Rate : Supported Baud rates are 600/1200/2400/
4800/9600/19200/38400.
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Rear
Half Duplex Type
Data (–)
Data (+)
 Check if the RS-485 device is compatible with the
Tx(–)
Tx(+)
product first.
 Pay attention not to change the polarity (+/-) of the
Full Duplex Type
RS-485 device when connecting it.
 Depending on camera’s type, connection polarity can be
different.
For further information, refer to the respective PTZ
Camera’s documentation.
 Ex : DVR(TX+/-) ↔ SCC-C6433,35(RX+/-)
DVR(TX+/-) ↔ SCC-C6403,07(TX+/-)
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Rx(+)
Rx(–)
Rx(–)
Tx(–)
Tx(+)
Rx(+)
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GETTING STARTED
Starting the system
 LIVE
1. Connect the power cable of the DVR to the wall outlet.
2. Press the Power button on the front panel.
3. You will see the initialization screen.
The initialization process will last about 1 minute in the
order of icons appeared.
If a new HDD is installed, the initialization process may take
a longer time.
4. The live screen appears with a beep.
Shutting Down the System
You can shut down the system only if you have logged in to the DVR.
You should have the <Shutdown> permission to shut down the system if you are not an admin.
1. Press the [POWER] button on the remote control or the
front panel, or right-click to display the context sensitive
menu and select <Shutdown>.
2. The “Shutdown” confirmation window appears.
3. Use the arrow keys on the remote control or the front panel
to move to <OK> and press the [ENTER] button or click
<OK>.
The system will shut down.
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Shutdown
Are you sure to shutdown?
OK
Cancel
 For the permission management, refer to “Permission
Management > Setting Permissions”. (Page 38)
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live
Login
To access a DVR or restricted menu, you should have logged in to the DVR.
1. In live mode, right-click any area of the screen.
You will see the context sensitive menu as in the right
figure.
Scene Mode
Audio Off
Freeze
Stop Alarm
Record
Play
Search
Backup
Main Menu
Shutdown
Hide Launcher
Login
2. Click <Login>.
The login dialog appears.
You can also see the login dialog to access a desired menu
by pressing the [MENU] button on the remote control or
the front panel.
 The login dialog will also appear if you press a menu button on
the remote control or the front panel of the DVR when the
corresponding menu requires logging in.
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Login
ID
admin
Password
OK
Cancel
 For the restricted permission, refer to “Permission
Management > Setting Permissions”. (Page 38)
Locking All Buttons
This will restrict access to all buttons available in the DVR.
1. In Live mode, press buttons in the order of [STOP]
[FREEZE] [STOP] [FREEZE] [MENU].
All buttons will be locked.
2. In the lock condition, press any button to display a dialog
where you are prompted to enter the password for
unlocking the buttons.
The button lock will be released if you enter the admin
password.
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Key Lock Password
ID
admin
Password
OK
Cancel
LIVE SCREEN CONFIGURATION
Icons on the Live Screen
You can check the status or operation of the DVR with the icons on the live screen.
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Name
Current Date, Time
Login Information
Description
Displays the current time and date.
When you are logged in, the “LOG ON” icon will be displayed.
Displayed if the zoom function is activated.
Displayed if you press the Pause button.
Screen Mode
Displayed in Auto Sequence mode where all channels are switched at the
specific time interval.
Displayed if the recording is in process.
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Displayed if there is a problem with the cooling fan.
Displayed if the HDD is full and the DVR has an insufficient space to record.
System Operation
Displayed if no HDD is installed or the existing HDD should be replaced.
Displayed if the HDD needs a technical examination.
Displayed if a new firmware is found from the network.
Video Input Status
Camera Name/ Channel
Displayed if no input is entered in the condition that the camera is set to <ON>.
Nothing will be displayed on the screen if the camera is set to <OFF>.
Displays the camera name and the changed channel, if any.
Displays the resolution of the recording screen. (Page 52)
Displayed in PTZ setting, and highlighted yellow if PTZ is in operation.
Camera Operation
Displays AUDIO ON/MUTE.
Not displayed in video mode if deactivated.
If the sensor is set to <ON>, the input signal will be displayed on the screen of
the connected channel.
Displayed if a motion detected in the condition that the motion detection is set to
<ON>.
Displays the current record mode from Record/Event/Schedule.
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Error Information
• If you turn on the system in the condition that the internal HDD is not connected or an error occurs, the
) will be displayed on the top left corner. In this case, make sure you contact the
“HDD FAIL” icon (
service center for assistance as this may cause a failure of recording, playback or backup.
• If the cooling fan does not work properly or has a problem, the <Fan Information> window will appear and
the fan error icon ( ) will be displayed on the top left corner. In this case, check the internal fan for
operations.
As a fan error can shorten the product life, make sure you contact the service center for assistance.
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 If you see the fan error icon or No HDD, HDD FAIL icons on the screen, contact the service center for more details.
Live Screen Menu
In addition to the buttons on the front panel or the remote control, you can access a desired menu by rightclicking any area in live mode.
The context sensitive menu appearing by right-clicking the screen differs, depending on the login/logout,
screen split mode and DVD operation mode.
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 Menu items of Search, Record, Backup, Shutdown and PTZ can be deactivated, depending on the user permission.
Scene Mode
Scene Mode
PTZ Control
Audio Off
ZOOM
Freeze
Audio
Stop Alarm
Freeze
Record
Stop Alarm
Play
Record
Search
Play
Backup
Search
Main Menu
Backup
Shutdown
Main Menu
Hide Launcher
Shutdown
Hide Launcher
Login
Login
PTZ
< Single Mode Menu >
< Split Mode Menu >
Split Mode Menu
The context sensitive menu in split mode differs, depending on the login/logout status.
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Scene Mode
Spot Out
Audio Off
Freeze
Stop Alarm
Record
Play
Search
Backup
Main Menu
Shutdown
Hide Launcher
Logout
Alarm
Freeze
Menu
Description
Refer to “Live Mode”. (Page 29)
Spot Out
Refer to “Spot Out”. (Page 31)
Audio On/Off
Refer to “Audio ON/OFF”. (Page 32)
Freeze
Refer to “Freeze”. (Page 32)
Stop Alarm
Stops the alarm output and the event monitoring. Refer to “Event Monitoring”.
(Page 33)
Record/Stop
Starts/stops the standard recording.
Play
Plays the search result (data). Refer to “Search & Play > Play”. (Page 69)
Search
Refer to “Search & Play > Search”. (Page 66)
Backup
Refer to “Using the DVR> Setting the Backup”. (Page 56)
Main Menu
Accesses the main menu. Refer to the Using the DVR section. (Page 34)
Shutdown
Turns down the DVR.
Show/Hide Launcher
Shows or hides the launcher. Refer to “View the Launcher Menu”. (Page 28)
Login/Logout
You can log in or out.
Single Mode Menu
The single mode menu is available only in the Single mode.
The context sensitive menu of the One Channel mode in Split mode is different from that of the Single mode.
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Full Screen
Spot Out
3
2
PTZ Control
ZOOM
Audio
Freeze
Stop Alarm
Record
Play
Shutdown
Hide Launcher
Logout
PTZ
Alarm
Freeze
Full Screen
Select and click a desired channel in Split mode to switch to the full screen of the selected
channel.
PTZ Control
Accesses the PTZ Control menu. The PTZ menu is activated only in One-Channel Live
mode. (Page 64)
ZOOM
Enlarges the selected image. (Page 32)
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View the Launcher Menu
You can use the Launcher menu appearing on the bottom of
the live screen to access it.
1. In Live mode, right-click to display the context menu and
select <Show Launcher >.
2. Move the cursor to the bottom and click a desired item in
the Launcher menu.
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 If no input is entered for 10 seconds, the menu will disappear.
 The Launcher menu can be accessed only using the mouse.
 SHR-6080/6082 do not support the 16-split screen mode.
PTZ
Menu
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Alarm
Freeze
Description
Date/Time
Displays the current time and date.
The indication of AM/PM is displayed if you set 12 hours for the time format in
“System>Date/Time/Language>Time”. (Page 34)
Screen Mode
Displays in the sequence of 16-, 9-, 4-, 6-, 8-, 13-split, PIP and Auto Sequence.
The current mode is highlighted in white.
Menu Expansion Button
Click to display the hidden menu to the right.
Audio
Turns ON/OFF the sound of the selected channel.
Zoom
Enlarges the selected area. This is available only in Single Live mode.
PTZ
Runs the PTZ Control launcher. This is available only in Single Live mode.
Alarm
Stops the alarm if it's activated.
Freeze
Freezes the Live screen temporarily.
Play
Enters Play mode if a file to play exist, and if not, enters Search mode.
Record
Start/End recording the Live screen.
LIVE MODE
SHR-6160/6162/6163/6164 display Live images from 16 channels in a total of 8 layout of split screens.
Switching the screen mode
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CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
CH5
CH6
CH7
CH8
CH9
CH10
CH11
CH12
CH13
CH14
CH15
CH16
16-split mode
CH1
CH6
CH3
CH2
CH7
CH4
CH5
CH6
CH7
CH8
CH9
CH2
CH3
CH6
CH4
CH8
CH8
CH10
8-split mode
CH2
CH1
CH3
CH4
4-split mode
CH3
CH3
CH1
9-split mode
CH2
CH5
CH2
CH1
CH4
CH4
CH5
CH6
6-split mode
CH5
CH7
CH11
CH1
CH9
CH12
CH13
13-split mode
CH2
CH1
PIP
CH1
Auto Sequence
Switching the split mode
SHR-6160/6162/6163/6164 display 16 Live images in the sequence of Single, 4-split and 9-split modes.
Auto Sequence
CH1
CH1
CH1
CH1
CH1
CH1
CH1
CH1
CH1
CH1
CH1
CH1
CH1
CH1
CH1
CH1
CH1
Single mode
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CH2
CH1
16
CH2
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH2
CH1
CH3
CH4
CH3
CH3
CH1
13-16
9-12
5-8
1-4
CH4
CH4
CH4
4-split mode
CH1
CH2
CH2
CH4
CH4
CH5
CH5
CH7
CH7
CH3
CH3
CH6
CH6
CH8
CH8
CH9
CH9
10-16
1-9
9-split mode
 In Single mode, If you have set <SEQ-Dwell Time> in “Setting the Device>Camera”, Auto Sequence will be
conducted at the set interval. (Page 42)
 In a split mode, If you have set <Multi CH SEQ Time> in “Setting the Device>Monitor”, Auto Sequence will be
conducted at the set interval. (Page 47)
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To switch the split mode, select a screen mode in the launcher menu, or right-click to select a screen mode in
the context menu.
Press the [MODE] button on the front panel or the remote control to switch the mode in the sequence of the
launcher menu items.
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Manual Switching
Press the left/right button on the front panel or the remote control, or click the arrow <◄/►> key to move to
the next split mode.
• If pressing the right [►] button in 9-split mode:
9-split (CH 1~9) mode 9-split (CH 10~16) mode
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
CH5
CH6
CH7
CH8
CH9
CH10
CH11
CH13
Auto Sequence
CH12
CH14
CH1
CH15
CH1
CH2
CH2
CH4
CH4
CH5
CH5
CH7
CH16
CH7
• If pressing the right [►] button in 4-split mode:
Channel (CH 1~4) Channel (CH 5~8) Channel (CH 9~12)
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
CH5
CH6
CH7
CH8
CH3
CH3
CH6
CH6
CH8
CH8
CH9
CH9
10-16
1-9
Channel (CH 13~16)
CH9
CH10
CH11
CH12
Auto Sequence
CH13
CH14
CH15
CH16
CH1
CH2
CH1
CH2
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH2
CH1
CH4
CH3
CH3
CH4
CH4
13-16
9-12
5-8
1-4
CH4
CH3
Channel Setting
You can display the channel in a desired area of a split screen.
1. Place the cursor over the camera name of each channel to display the <▼> key to the right on the screen.
2. Click a camera name to display a channel list where you can select a different channel.
3. Select a desired channel and click it.
The current channel will be switched to the selected one.
 Ex : if switching CH 1 to CH 7
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
CH5
CH6
CH7
CH8
CH9
CH10
CH11
CH13
CH14
CH15
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CH2
CH3
CH4
CH5
CH6
CH1
CH8
CH12
CH9
CH10
CH11
CH12
CH16
CH13
CH14
CH15
CH16
Switching to Single Mode
In a split mode, select and double-click a desired channel to switch to its Single mode.
Press the number corresponding to a desired channel on the front panel or the remote control to switch to its
Single mode.
Refer to “Remote Control>Using the numeric buttons”. (Page 12)
 Ex : If double-clicking CH 3 or pressing the number “3” on the remote control or the front panel.
CH2
CH3
CH4
CH5
CH6
CH7
CH8
CH9
CH10
CH11
CH12
CH13
CH14
CH15
CH16
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CH1
CH3
SPOT OUT
The Spot Out monitoring is independent of the Live mode, which monitors a specific channel through the Spot Out
port.
Selecting a Spot Out mode
If an event occurs such as sensor, motion or alarm from the Spot Out port in connection with a monitor, you
can select a output screen mode.
1. In Live mode, right-click any area on the screen.
The Live menu appears.
2. Click Spot Out.
The split screen appears according to the Spot Out source.
(Page 48)
 Spot Out 1 : Supports 16-, 9-, 4-split, Auto Sequence and Single
modes.
Scene Mode
Spot Out
Spot Out 1
16-split
Audio Off
9-split
Freeze
4-split
Stop Alarm
Auto Sequence
Record
Single
Play
Search
Backup
Main Menu
Shutdown
Hide Launcher
Logout
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
CH5
CH6
CH7
CH8
CH9
CH10
CH11
CH12
CH13
CH14
CH15
CH16
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ZOOM
This is available only in Single Live mode. In Single mode, select a desired area and use the Zoom function to
enlarge it twice.
1. Select <ZOOM> in the right-click menu.
Press the [ZOOM] button on the front panel or the remote control, or simply click <
menu. The zoom box appears.
> in the launcher
2. Use the direction keys, or drag and drop to specify an area to enlarge.
3. Press the [ENTER] button, or double-click the selected area to enlarge it twice.
 In the enlarged image, use the direction buttons (▲▼◄ ►) on the remote control or the front panel to move the
enlarged area.
4. Press the [ZOOM] button on the front panel or the remote control, or simply click <
menu to release the zoom.
> in the launcher
AUDIO ON/OFF
You can turn the sound on/off corresponding to the channel in Live mode.
AUDIO ON/OFF in Single mode
Click the audio icon (
to turn it on/off.
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) on the screen, or press the [AUDIO] button on the front panel or the remote control
 Only the channel where <AUDIO> is set to <ON> in “Device>Camera” displays the audio icon (
) in Live mode
that you can use to turn the sound on/off.
FREEZE
This is available only in Live mode that stops playing the Live image temporarily.
1. Press the [FREEZE] button on the front panel or the remote control, or click <
menu.
The playback of the image is stopped temporarily.
2. Press the [FREEZE] button again, or click <
This will release the freeze.
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Freeze
>.
Freeze
> in the launcher
EVENT MONITORING
This will display the channel in sync with a specific event (Sensor/Motion/Video Loss) if it occurs.
In “Monitor>Event Display”, set the event monitoring to ON/OFF and specify the event display time.
(Page 47)
• If multiple events occur simultaneously, the screen will switch to a split mode.
- 2~4 events: 4-split mode
- 5~9 events: 9-split mode
- 10~16 events: 16-split mode
Event occurrence
5 seconds
Stop alarm
CH1
 Ex : If you set <Event Display> to 5 seconds, and the second event occurs in CH 2 within the set time after the first event
occurred in CH 1.
Event occurrence
4 seconds
9 seconds
Stop alarm
CH1
CH2
CH1
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 Press the [ALARM] button to reset the alarm settings and to release the event mode.
 If an alarm activates in the condition you have set the event record, and pre/post alarm times, the event record will
be performed.
 This will also apply to the Spot Out monitor.
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• If the second event occurs within the set time of <Event Display>, the first event will last until the second
one is terminated. (Page 47)
 Ex : If you set <Event Display> to 5 seconds, and only one event occurs in CH 1.
using the DVR
You can setup the system properties, devices, and options for recording, event,
backup and network.
SYSTEM SETUP
You can setup Date/Time/Language, Permission, System Properties and Log.
Date/Time/Language
You can check and setup the current Date/Time and time related properties, as well as the language used for
the interface on the screen.
Setting the Date/Time/Language
Set the Date/Time/Language
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
1. Press the [MENU] button on the remote control or on the
front panel.
 If not logged in, it prompts with login window.
Refer to “Login”. (Page 24.)
2. Use the left/right buttons (◄ ►) to select the <System>.
System property setup menu is selected.
3. Use the up/down buttons (▲▼) to select <Date/Time/
Language> and press the [ENTER] button.
Logout
System
4. Select <Date/Time/Language>.
A dialog to setup Date, Time and Language.
Date/Time/Language
Permission Management
System Management
5. Use direction buttons (▲▼◄ ►) to select an item to set
and make your changes.
• Date : Sets the date appears on the screen.
You can select the date format.
• Time : Sets the time and its format appear on the screen.
Select either one from <24 Hours, 12 Hours (AM/PM)>.
• Time Zone : Sets the time zone of your area based on the
Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).
 GMT (Greenwich Mean Time) is standard World Time and the
basis of world time zone.
Log Information
Date/Time/Language
Date/Time/Language
Date
YYYY-MM-DD
Time
08:14:24
24 Hours
Time Zone
GMT+08:00
Time Sync.
DST
Language
Setup
Dec First (Sun) 0
Dec First (Sun) 0
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• Time Sync. : You can set the DVR’s current time
synchronized to a selected <Time Server> regularly if you
select to use <Time Server>.
In this case, <Date/Time/Language> setup does not allow time adjustment.
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OK
Cancel
Exit
- Time Server: Enter an IP or URL address of the time
Date/Time/Language
server.
Date/Time/Language
Holiday
- Last Sync Time: Displays the most recent synchronization
Time Synchronization Setup
time from the selected time server.
- Activate as Server: Set to <Use> to allow the DVR to act
as a Time Server for other DVRs.
• DST : Set up Daylight Saving Time with its period to make
the time earlier than the GMT of its time zone by 1 hour
during the set period.
• Language : Select your language. Sets the language for the
interface.
English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Chinese, Russian, Korean, Polish, Japanese, Dutch, Portuguese,
Turkish, Czech, Danish, and Swedish are available.
Date
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YYYY-MM-DD
Synchronization
Use
Time
08:14:24
24 Hours
Time Server
203.248.240.103
Time Zone
GMT+08:00
Last Sync Time
Fail
Setup
Not Used
Time Sync.
Activate as Server
Use
Dec First (Sun) 0H
Dec First (Sun) 0H
DST
Language
OK
Cancel
OK
Cancel
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 You can also use numeric buttons on the remote control or front panel to enter values for Date, Time and other
numeric fields.
Setting Holiday
You can set specific dates to Holidays according to your preferences.
Holidays are applied to <Recording Schedule> and <Alarm Schedule> too.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
3. Use the up/down buttons (▲▼) in <Date/Time/Language> window to select <Date/Time/Language>, and
press the [ENTER] button.
4. Select <Holiday>.
Date/Time/Language
A calendar for Holiday setup appears.
Holiday
Date/Time/Language
5. Use the left/right <
> buttons to select year or month,
2009
Jan
and press the [ENTER] button.
Sun Mon Tue
Wed Thu
Fri
Sat
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
16
11
12
13
14
15
18
19
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24
25
26
27
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OK
6. Use direction buttons (▲▼◄ ►) to select a desired date,
and press the [ENTER] button.
You will see the “Setting Holiday” screen.
 Ex: Select January 12th and check on <1/12> only to make every
January 12th a holiday. Check both on <1/12> and <Jan 2nd
Mon> to make every January 12th and 2nd Monday of January
holidays.
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Date/Time/Language
Holiday
Date/Time/Language
2009
Jan
Setting
Sun Holiday
Mon Tue
4
5
1 / 12
6
Wed
Thu
1
Fri
2
7
8
9
10
15
16
17
23
24
30
31
Jan 2nd Mon
11
12
13
14
18
19
OK
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7. When the Holiday setup is done, press <OK>.
OK
Cancel
Using the Calendar
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
① Select year and month.
Select the left/right <
> key on the left/right side of year/month and press [ENTER] button to
adjust by 1 year/month.
② Use direction buttons to select a date and press [ENTER] button.
 A date with recorded data to be searched will be appeared in yellow in the System Log, Event Log, Time Search
and Event Search.
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6. When the Date/Time/Language setup is done, press <OK>.
using the DVR
Permission Management
You can set permissions of each user over the DVR's specific function and settings.
Setting the Administrator
You can set and change Administrator’s ID and password.
The administrator can use and set all menu items and functions.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
3. Use the up/down buttons (▲▼) in <System> window to
move to <Permission Management>, and press
[ENTER] button.
Permission Management
Admin
Group
ID
4. Select <Admin>. A dialog for Admin ID and Password
input appears.
User
Setup
admin
Password
********
Confirm P/W
********
(Number only)
5. Use direction buttons (▲▼◄ ►) to move to a desired
item, and set the ID and password.
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 By default, initial ID and password are set to “admin”, and
OK
Cancel
“4321”.
6. When the administrator setup is done, press <OK>.
Using Virtual Keyboard
① For alphanumeric inputs, the virtual keyboard window
appears.
② Use direction buttons (▲▼◄ ►) to move to a desired
character, and press the [ENTER] button.
③ The selected character appears in the input field above the
virtual keyboard layout.
Press <OK> to enter the selected input.
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For upper case letters, use <Caps Lock> button.
For special characters, use <Shift> button.
Using the virtual keyboard is the same to a normal keyboard use in your region.
Admin ID only allows lower case alphabets, numbers. Password only allows numbers.
You can use number buttons on the remote control or front panel.
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Shift
Ctrl
Cancel
Del
Caps Lock
Setting the Group
You can create a user group, and setup permissions of a user group.
You can register a user for each group in <User>.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
3. Use the up/down buttons (▲▼) in <System> window to
move to <Permission Management>, and press
[ENTER] button.
Permission Management
Group
Admin
Group
Add
Setup
Delete
Rename
Group Authority
Backup
Record Lock
PTZ
Shutdown
Search
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4. Select <Group>.
A window for <Add>, <Delete>, <Rename>, and
<Group Authority> setup appears.
User
ABC
5. Use direction buttons (▲▼◄ ►) to move to a desired
item, and set the value.
OK
• Add, Delete, Rename : You can add, delete, rename a
group or modify the permissions given to the group.
The virtual keyboard appears when <Add> or <Rename> was selected.
You can add up to 10 groups.
Cancel
 Refer to “Using Virtual Keyboard”. (Page 36)
• Group Authority : Sets permissions to access menu items of each group.
Users of a group can access checked functions.
6. When the group setup is done, press <OK>.
Setting the User
Users can be added only if a group was created in <Group> menu.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
3. Use the up/down buttons (▲▼) in <System> window to
move to <Permission Management>, and press
[ENTER] button.
4. Select <User>.
A window for Add User appears.
Permission Management
Admin
Group
Group
 Refer to “CONNECTING WEB VIEWER”. (Page 71)
 For more information about use of NET-i Pro, refer to the NET-i
Pro's user guide. (Page 5)
ID
Viewer
Delete
Previous/Next Page
OK
Cancel
Permission Management
Admin
Group
Group
User
Group
Setup
Add
User
All Group
Name
Add
Kim
Name
ID
ID
ksh
Viewer
Not Used
Select Group
ABC
Password
Viewer
Delete
********
Confirm
To change the user property, use “Edit User”.
The “Edit User” window appears when you select a
desired item to be changed in the <User> window.
Setup
Add
Name
5. Use direction buttons (▲▼◄ ►) to select <Add> from the
window.
A window for “Add User” appears.
You can set the name, ID, viewer, group and password of
the user.
Result of the user setup appears in the <User> window.
• Viewer : If you select <Use>, you will be given access to the
Web Viewer and NET-i Pro.
User
Group
All Group
********
OK
Cancel
Previous/Next Page
OK
Cancel
6. When the user setup is done, press <OK>.
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Setting Permissions
You can set restricted access for all general users.
Items with restrictions will require logging in for use.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
3. Use the up/down buttons (▲▼) in <System> window to
move to <Permission Management>, and press
[ENTER] button.
Permission Management
Admin
Backup
4. Select <Setup>.
A window for Restricted Access and Auto Log out
appears.
Group
Setup
User
Restricted Access
Record Lock
Search
PTZ
Shutdown
All
Auto Log out
OFF
5. Use direction buttons (▲▼◄ ►) to move to a desired
item, and set the value.
OK
• Restricted Access : All menu items allowed for a user can
be set with restricted access.
- Checked (
Cancel
) : Restricted
- Not checked (
) : Accessible
 If it is not checked (
) in <Restricted Access>, any user can access the item no matter what the <Group Authority>
setting.
 If it is checked (
) in <Restricted Access>, a user can access the item only if the user has permission in <Group
Authority> setting.
• Auto Log out : A user will be automatically logged out if there is no operation on DVR for over set period of
time.
6. When the permission setup is done, press <OK>.
System Management
You can check the system version, update to a newer version, as well as data backup and initialization.
Checking the System Information
You can check the current system version, broadcasting system, MAC address. You can update the system.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
3. Use the up/down buttons (▲▼) in <System> window to
move to <System Management>, and press [ENTER]
button.
System Management
System Information
Software Version
4. Check the Version, Broadcast Format, and MAC Address.
• System Information : Shows the current system’s
information.
The values can not be changed by a user.
• S/W Upgrade : Updates the DVR’s software up to date.
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Settings
System Information
v1.03_090227182931
Broadcast Format
NTSC
MAC Address
00:00:F0:54:FF:FF
S/W Upgrade
Upgrade
Device
Network
Version
No S/W Data
Previous
• Updating the Software
1. Connect a device storing the software to be updated.
(It may take about 10 seconds to recognize the device.)
 Upgradeable devices include USB memory, CD/DVD and
network device.
 To update the network, the current DVR should have been
Settings
System Information
Software Version
System
Broadcast
Format
v1.03_090227182931
Upgrade
NTSC
MAC Address
Current Version 00:00:F0:54:FF:FF
v1.03_090227182931
New Version
v1.03_090305365217
S/W Upgrade
Do you want to upgrade?
Device
USB2FlashStorage
OK
Cancel
Version
v0.02_080826225303
Upgrade
Previous
2. Select <System Management> from <System> window.
3. Select <System Information>.
4. When the recognized device appears, select <Upgrade>.
 The <Upgrade> button will be activated only if the current <Software version> of the <System information> is same
to or older than that of <S/W Upgrade>.
5. Press <OK> in the “System Upgrade” window.
 While updating, it shows the progress.
• Updating progresses with 3 steps as shown in the figure.
System Management
System Information
Settings
System Information
Software Version
v1.03_090227182931
Broadcast Format
NTSC
S/W Upgrade
MAC Address
00:00:F0:54:FF:FF
Software upgrading...
S/W Upgrade
Device
USB2FlashStorage
Version
v0.02_080826225303
Upgrade
Previous
System Management
System Information
Settings
System Information
Software Version
v1.03_090227182931
Broadcast Format
NTSC
S/W Upgrade
MAC Address
00:00:F0:54:FF:FF
Software upgrading...
Software upgrading...
S/W Upgrade
Device
Version
Do not turn off during the upgrade.
Upgrade
USB2FlashStorage
v0.02_080826225303
Previous
6. When the updating is done, it automatically restarts.
Do not turn the power off until it finishes restarting.
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 If “Upgrade Failed” appears, retry from the step 4.
When you experience continued failure, consult the service
center for assistance.
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connected to the network.
Upgrade via the proxy server may not be enabled due to the
restricted access.
System Management
System Information
using the DVR
Settings
You can copy and import the DVR settings by using a storage media.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
3. Use the up/down buttons (▲▼) in <System> window to
move to <System Management>, and press [ENTER]
button.
System Management
Settings
System Information
Storage Device
4. Select <Settings>.
A window of storage device and load factory default
appears.
DVR USB
0 MB (Remained Capacity)
Export
38010100
Import
USB DVR
Include Network Settings
Load Factory Default
Default
5. Use direction buttons (▲▼◄ ►) to move to a desired
item, and export or import settings data to a storage
device.
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• Storage Device : Shows the connected storage device.
• Export : Exports DVR settings to the connected storage device.
• Import : Imports DVR settings from the storage device and applies to the DVR.
 If <Include Network Settings> is checked, the network settings will be imported too.
• Load Factory Default : If <Default> is selected, a
confirmation dialog for “Load Factory Default” prompts.
Press <OK> to initialize the system to the factory default.
System Management
Settings
System Information
Storage Device
6. To move to the previous menu, press <Previous>.
Load
DVR USB
0 MB (Remained Capacity)
Factory
Default
38010100
Export
Import
USB DVR
to Default
Setting?
IncludeSure
Network
Settings
OK
Default
Load Factory Default
Cancel
Previous
Log Information
You can browse logs on the system and events.
System Log
System Log shows log and timestamp on every system start up, system shutdown, and changes on system
settings.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
3. Use the up/down buttons (▲▼) in <System> window to
move to <Log Information>, and press [ENTER] button.
4. Select <System Log>.
Search Day
 Refer to “Using the Calendar”. (Page 35)
Click on the calendar <
Log Information
System Log
First Page
No.
Event Log
2009-01-01
Backup Log
Search
Last Page
Type
Log List
> to display the calendar window.
• Type : When there are too many logs, you can display logs of
the desired format by selecting the type.
5. Use direction buttons (▲▼◄ ►) to move to a desired item,
and press <Search>.
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View all
Date/Time
Previous/Next Page
Previous
Event Log
Event log shows recorded events on alarms, motion detections and video loss.
It also shows the log and its timestamp.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
3. Use the up/down buttons (▲▼) in <System> window to
move to <Log Information>, and press [ENTER] button.
4. Select <Event Log>.
Log Information
System Log
Search Day
First Page
6. Set Search Day, Channel and Type and the press
<Search>.
Last Page
CH
All CHs
Type
View all
No.
Log List
Date/Time
7
Motion Detection [CH 7]
2009-01-01 00:02:18
6
Motion Detection [CH 6]
2009-01-01 00:02:18
5
Motion Detection [CH 5]
2009-01-01 00:02:18
4
Motion Detection [CH 4]
2009-01-01 00:02:18
3
Motion Detection [CH 3]
2009-01-01 00:02:18
2
Motion Detection [CH 2]
2009-01-01 00:02:18
1
Motion Detection [CH 1]
2009-01-01 00:02:18
Previous/Next Page
 Refer to “Using the Calendar”. (Page 35)
Click on the calendar <
Backup Log
Search
2009-01-01
Previous
> to display the calendar window.
Backup Log
You can find out who backed up and the details (backup time, channel, device to use, file format, etc.).
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
3. In the <System> window, press the up/down (▲▼)
button to move to <Log Information> and press the
[ENTER] button.
Log Information
System Log
Search Day
First Page
4. Select <Backup Log>.
No.
Backup Log
Event Log
2009-01-01
~
Last Page
Search
2009-01-02
Previous/Next Page
User
Date/Time
5. Use the four direction buttons (▲▼◄ ►) to move to a
desired item.
6. Specify a search term and select <Search> in the right
corner.
Backup details for the search term will be listed.
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5. Use direction buttons (▲▼◄ ►) to move to the desired
item.
Event Log
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SETTING THE DEVICE
You can setup Camera, Storage Device, Remote Device, POS Device and Monitor.
Camera
Setting the Camera
You can set Video, Audio, Channel Name and Dwell Time of a Camera.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
1. Press the [MENU] button on the remote control or front
panel.
Logout
2. Use the left/right button (◄ ►) to select <Device>.
Device setting menu is selected.
Exit
Device
3. Use the up/down buttons (▲▼) to move to <Camera>,
and press [ENTER] button.
Camera
Storage Device
Remote Device
POS Device
Monitor
4. Select <Camera>.
A window for setting Video, Audio, Channel Name and
Dwell Time of a Camera appears.
5. Use direction buttons (▲▼◄ ►) to move to a desired
item, and set the value.
• Video
- <ON/OFF> : You can turn ON/OFF the selected
channel’s camera.
Camera
Camera
CH
PTZ
Video
Audio
1
ON
OFF
CAM 01
5 sec
2
ON
OFF
CH Name
CAM 02
SEQ-Dwell Time
5 sec
3
ON
OFF
CAM 03
5 sec
4
ON
OFF
CAM 04
5 sec
5
ON
OFF
CAM 05
5 sec
6
ON
OFF
CAM 06
5 sec
7
ON
OFF
CAM 07
8
ON
OFF
CAM 08
5 sec
5 sec
Previous/Next Page
Screen Setup
OK
Cancel
- <Covert1> : Shows information other than the video of
the selected channel.
 For privacy protection, it does not display the video while the recording continues.
- <Covert2> : Shows nothing but an empty screen while the recording continues.
• Audio
- If set to <ON>, you can turn the audio of the channel ON/OFF on the Live screen.
- If set to <OFF>, the channel’s audio is off on the Live screen and not recorded.
 The audio input is available for CH 1, 2, 3, and 4 only while output allows only one channel.
• CH Name : Up to 15 characters including blanks are allowed.
 Refer to “Using Virtual Keyboard”. (Page 36)
• SEQ-Dwell Time: You can set the dwell time between channels for the Live screen and Spot Out.
 If set to <OFF>, the channel is not listed in the Auto Sequence mode.
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• Screen Setup : The video appeared on the screen may vary
depending on the channel’s camera, configure the DVR
display to your preferences.
Select a channel and adjust the < (Brightness)>,
< (Contrast)>, and < (Color)> of the selected channel.
• Press the <Init> to initialize settings back to the default 50.
6. When the camera setup is done, press <OK>.
Screen Setup
CH1
50
50
Init
50
OK
Apply to All CH
Cancel
To use Camera’s PTZ functions, ID and protocols of each camera and DVR should be matched.
For other settings, refer to the “Remote Devices” settings. (Page 46)
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
3. Use the up/down buttons (▲▼) in <Device> window to
move to <Camera>, and press [ENTER] button.
4. Select <PTZ>.
A window of PTZ settings appears.
5. Use direction buttons (▲▼◄ ►) to move to a desired
item, and select it.
Camera
Camera
PTZ
CH
ID
1
0
>
None
2
1
>
None
3
2
>
None
4
3
>
None
5
4
>
None
6
5
>
None
7
6
>
8
7
>
• ID : Set the ID of the connected camera of each channel.
You can easily setup by using the numeric buttons on the
remote control or front panel.
Protocol
None
None
Previous/Next Page
OK
Cancel
• Protocol : Set the protocol of the connected camera of each channel.
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 You can check the camera’s ID and protocol if you turn the camera off and on after connecting it to the DVR.
(Page 65)
6. When the PTZ setup is done, press <OK>.
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Setting the PTZ
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Storage Device
You can check information on storage devices.
Confirming Devices
You can check storage devices and their free space, usage as well as status.
Devices available are HDD, and USB devices (memory, HDD, CD/DVD).
Refer to “Product Specifications > Backup”. (Page 98)
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
3. Use the up/down buttons (▲▼) in <Device> window to
move to <Storage Device>, and press [ENTER] button.
4. Select <Device>.
Storage Device
Device
Format
HDD Alarm
Device
No.
Used/Total
Usage
Status/Management
HDD
1
12.28G/499.37G
Internal
Normal
• No. : Shows the assigned number of the internal HDD.
 To see the detailed positioning of the HDD according to the
number, refer to <HDD Map>.
• Used/Total: Shows the used/total capacity of the storage
device.
• Usage: Sets the storage device’s usage.
- USB memory is used only for backups.
HDD Map
OK
Cancel
 External USB HDD are used for extension and backup.
• Status/Management : Shows the current status of the HDD, as in Normal/Check/Replace.
- Normal : Available to use
- Check : Available to use but recommended to replace
- Replace : Requires immediate replacement.
• HDD Map : Shows the internal HDD’s locations according to
assigned numbers.
HDD Map
 Refer to this for servicing or additional HDD installation.
5. To move to the previous menu, press <OK>.
OK
Formatting
You can format a storage device.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
3. Use the up/down buttons (▲▼) in <Device> window to
move to <Storage Device>, and press [ENTER] button.
4. Select <Format>.
A window for selection of device for formatting appears.
Storage Device
Device
Format
HDD Alarm
Device
Select
Used/Total
Usage
HDD
1
12.28G/499.37G
Internal
5. Use direction buttons (▲▼◄ ►) to select a device to be
formatted.
Format
OK
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Cancel
6. Select <Format> on the bottom of the screen.
Press <OK> on the “Manage” confirmation window will
start formatting the selected device.
Storage Device
Format
Device
Device
Used/Total
Usage
1
12.28G/499.37G
Internal
HDD
7. When the formatting is done, press <OK>.
HDD Alarm
Select
Manage
Formatting deletes all recordings.
Proceed formatting?
OK
Cancel
Format
OK
Cancel
You can set alarm settings for HDD defects such as Check Alarm Output Port, Replace Alarm Output Port,
and its duration.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
3. Use the up/down buttons (▲▼) in <Device> window to
move to <Storage Device>, and press [ENTER] button.
4. Select <HDD Alarm>.
A window for setting HDD check and replace output ports
and their durations appears.
Storage Device
Device
Duration
Replace Alarm Output Port
5. Use direction buttons (▲▼◄ ►) to move to the desired
item.
Duration
• Alarm
HDD Alarm
Format
Check Alarm Output Port
1
2
3
4
BEEP
All
1
2
3
4
BEEP
All
OFF
OFF
OK
Cancel
- Alarm signal will output through the alarm out port on the
rear side when selected <1>, <2>, <3>, and <4>.
- If <BEEP> was selected, a beep will sound.
- If <All> was selected, both beep sound and alarm signal through rear side ports will output.
• Check Alarm Output Port : If HDD generates check alarm, the alarm signal will output to the specified alarm
output port.
• Replace Alarm Output Port : If HDD generates replace alarm, the alarm signal will output to the specified
alarm output port.
• Duration: Sets the alarm duration for the alarm signal and beep sound.
- Check Alarm, Replace Alarm signals will output through the selected alarm out ports (1, 2, 3, and 4).
- If <BEEP> was selected, a beep will sound.
- If <All> was selected, both beep sound and alarm signal through rear side ports will output.
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 <Check> status means that the HDD is operating but it has problems that require technical examination.
(
) appears on the Live screen.
 <Replace> status means that the HDD has defect and requires immediate replacement.
(
) appears on the Live screen.
6. When the HDD Alarm setup is done, press <OK>.
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HDD Alarm
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Remote Devices
You can set the RS-485 communication for use of PTZ Camera and system keyboard with the DVR.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
3. Use the up/down buttons (▲▼) in <Device> window to
move to <Remote Device>, and press [ENTER] button.
4. Use direction buttons (▲▼◄ ►) to move to the desired
item, and press [ENTER] button.
5. Set the values of each communication setup of the remote
device.
Remote Device
Baudrate
Parity
Data
Stop bit
Transfer type
9600
None
8
1
Half Duplex
System Keyboard
OFF
ID
00
Remote Control
ON
ID
00
• Baud rate : Baud rate settings of the DVR, PTZ camera and
system keyboard should be matched for proper operations.
OK
Cancel
6. Make sure to match IDs of the DVR, System Keyboard
and Remote Control, and press <OK>.
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 For changing the remote control’s ID, refer to “Changing the Remote Control ID”. (Page 13)
POS Devices
You can set properties of POS devices connected to the DVR.
A POS device connection requires channel, preset, and port/Ethernet settings.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
3. Use the up/down buttons (▲▼) in <Device> window to
move to <POS Device>, and press [ENTER] button.
POS Device
POS USE
POS Device Setup
4. Use direction buttons (▲▼◄ ►) to move to a desired
item, and set the value.
• POS USE : When selected <POS USE>, DVR and POS will
be connected.
POS
CH
1
None
No preset
Preset
Port/Ethernet
None
2
None
No preset
None
3
None
No preset
None
4
None
No preset
None
5
None
No preset
None
6
None
No preset
None
7
None
No preset
8
None
No preset
None
None
Previous/Next Page
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 If you change settings for the device and press <OK> while
OK
Cancel
the <POS USE> is not checked, the changes for POS device
will not be saved.
• POS Device Setup : Sets the communication setups for the
POS device and DVR.
 It is independent to the Remote Device setup.
POS Device
POS USE
POS Device Setup
POS
CH
1
None
Preset
2
NoneSetup
POS
Device
3
4
5
Baudrate
9600
None
None
None
6
None
7
None
8
None
Port/Ethernet
No preset
Parity
None
None
No preset
No preset
Data
No preset
8
No preset
No preset Cancel
OK
No preset
No preset
None
Stop bit
1
None
Transfer type
None
Half Duplex
None
None
None
None
Previous/Next Page
OK
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Cancel
• CH : Select the camera to be synchronized to the POS
device.
 If selected a channel input field, “Sync Channel Setup” window
appears.
 One POS device and be synchronized up to 16 cameras
(channels), and a channel can not be synchronized to multiple POS
devices.
POS Device
POS USE
POS Device Setup
POS
CH
1
None
Preset
2
None Setup
Sync
Channel
3
None
4
CH
None
5
None
6
None
7
None
8
None
Port/Ethernet
No preset
1
2
9
10
None
No preset
None
No preset
3
4
No preset
11
12
No preset
5
6
13
14
No preset Cancel
OK
No preset
None
name, start string, and end string.
• Port / Ethernet : Sets the port number for the DVR and POS
device connection.
OK
Cancel
POS Device
POS USE
Preset
Setup
POS
1
No.
2
3
POS Device Setup
CH
Name
None
Name
None
Port/Ethernet Add
Preset
Add Preset
None
Start
No preset
End
No preset
None
Input char. Set
None
No preset
None
4
None
Start Keyword
No preset
None
5
None
End Keyword
None
No preset
None
6
No preset
None
7
None
8
None
OKNo preset Cancel
No preset
 COM1 : For RS-232C connections
OK
Cancel
OK
Cancel
Del
None
None
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 7001~7016 : For Ethernet connections
5. When the POS Device setup is done, press <OK>.
Monitor
You can configure information to be displayed and its format for Spot Out monitor.
Setting the Monitor
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
3. Use the up/down buttons (▲▼) in <Device> window to
move to <Monitor>, and press [ENTER] button.
4. Select <Monitor>.
Monitor
Monitor
Spot Out
Event Display
Mode
OFF
Display
Date
Time
CH Name
Icon
5. Use direction buttons (▲▼◄ ►) to move to a desired
item, and set the value.
• Event Display : Sets the dwell time of the event channel
display on the monitor when an event occurs.
If selected <Continuous>, it displays the channel until you
press [ALARM] button to release it.
• Display : Displays only checked items on the monitor
screen.
• Multi CH SEQ Time : Sets the interval between automatic display switching in 4-split and 9-split mode of
the Live screen.
• VGA : Select a screen output resolution.
If the output setting of <VGA> does not match to the monitor, video may not be produced.
Multi CH SEQ Time
VGA
5 sec
800x600
Display Position Setup
OK
Cancel
6. When the monitor setup is done, press <OK>.
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 Use <Add> button to display “Add Preset” window, and set its
None
Previous/Next Page
“Event” in “Main Menu > Setting the Recording > Recording
Schedule”. (Page 50)
 Preset name should be unique.
8
16
None
No preset
 Channels to be synchronized to a POS device should be set to
• Preset : Sets the name, start and end strings of the receipt
for the preset.
None
7
None
15
None
using the DVR
Screen Setup
Some monitors many not display information (camera name, icon, time information, etc.) about the DVR,
depending on the condition. Then, you can change the display position of the data.
3. In the <Device> window, press the up/down (▲▼) button
to move to <Monitor> and press the [ENTER] button.
4. Select the <Monitor> item.
Display Position Setup
5. Select <Display Position Setup> in the bottom.
You will move to the <Display Position Setup> window.
30
30
30
30
6. Use the four direction buttons or the number buttons on
the front panel or the remote control to adjust the data
position.
OK
Cancel
Setting the Spot Out
You can set the DVR to output information / video apart from the monitor out.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
3. Use the up/down buttons (▲▼) in <Device> window to
move to <Monitor>, and press [ENTER] button.
4. Select <Spot Out>.
Monitor
Spot Out
Monitor
Spot Out 1
Mode
Set Mode
16-split
ALL
Set Mode
5. Use direction buttons (▲▼◄ ►) to move to a desired
item, and set the value.
Set Mode
Set Mode
Event Display
OFF
OK
• Spot Out1 : You can select between 16-, 9-, 4-split, Auto
Sequence, and Single.
• Set Mode : A window for “Set Spot Out” appears and you
can set the channel for it.
You can set the dwell time between the screen switching in
“Setting the Device > Camera> SEQ-Dwell Time”.
(Page 42)
• Event Display : Sets the duration for the Spot Out on an
event.
If selected <OFF>, an event will not output to the Spot Out.
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 You can setup using the mouse right button in Live screen.
Refer to “Spot Out”. (Page 31)
6. When the Spot Out is done, press <OK>.
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Monitor
Spot Out
Monitor
Spot Out 1
Mode
16-split
Set Spot Out
1
2
5
6
9
Event Display
13
OFF
Set Mode
ALL CH
Set Mode
CH 5,6,7,8
Set Mode
3
Set7 Mode
CH 9,10,11,12
4
CH 813,14,15,16
10
11
12
14
15
16
OK
OK
Cancel
Setting the Screen Mode
You can configure the Live screen and Split Screens.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
3. Use the up/down buttons (▲▼) in <Device> window to
move to <Monitor>, and press [ENTER] button.
4. Select <Mode>.
• Live Screen : Select split modes for the Live screen.
16-, 9-, and 4-split screens are included by default.
• Play Screen : Select split modes for the playback screen.
Only the 13-split screen is optional.
Black shows the playback while white shows the Live
screen.
Monitor
Mode
Spot Out
Live Screen
Play Screen
Live
OK
Play
Cancel
6. When the screen mode setup is done, press <OK>.
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5. Use direction buttons (▲▼◄ ►) to move to a desired
item, and set the value.
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SETTING THE RECORDING
You can setup scheduled recording, event recording and other recording related settings.
Recording Schedule
Make your reservation on a date and time to schedule the recording on specified time.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
1. Press the [MENU] button on the remote control or front
panel.
Logout
2. Use the left/right button (◄ ►) to select <Record>.
Record menu is selected.
Exit
Record
3. Use the up/down buttons (▲▼) to move to <Recording
Schedule>, and press [ENTER] button.
Recording Schedule
Event Record Duration
REC Quality & Resolution
Record Option
4. Select <Recording Schedule>.
A window of scheduled recording setup appears.
Recording Schedule
CH1
5. Use direction buttons (▲▼◄ ►) to move to a desired
item, and set the value.
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5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23
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Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
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No Recording
Continuous
Event
OK
• Apply to All CH : If selected <Apply to All CH>, “Apply to
All CH” window appears.
Press <OK> to apply the setup to all channels.
Both(Cont&Evnt)
Apply to All CH
Cancel
Recording Schedule
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5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23
Sun
6. When the recording schedule setup is done, press <OK>.
Mon
Apply to All CH
Tue
Wed
Thu
Apply recording schedule to all channels?
Fri
OK
Sat
Cancel
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No Recording
Continuous
Event
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Both(Cont&Evnt)
Cancel
Apply to All CH
Recording Color Tags
Color
Function
White
No Recording
Orange
Continuous
Blue
Event
Green
Both(Cont&Evnt)
Description
No schedule / event recording
Scheduled recording only
Event recording only
Both scheduled / event recordings
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Each press of a selected cell will cycle through <No Recording>-<Continuous>-<Event><Both(Cont&Evnt)>.
Event Record Duration
You can set the beginning and ending point of a recording on an event.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
3. Use the up/down buttons (▲▼) in <Record> window to
move to <Event Record Duration>, and press [ENTER]
button.
Event Record Duration
CH
Pre Event
POST Event
1
OFF
1 min
2
OFF
1 min
3
OFF
1 min
4
OFF
1 min
5
OFF
1 min
6
OFF
1 min
7
OFF
8
OFF
4. Use direction buttons (▲▼◄ ►) to move to a desired
item, and set the value.
• Pre Event : The recording will be kept from the point of set
pre-event time earlier than the actual occurrence of an
event.
If it is set to 5 seconds, the recording begins from 5
seconds before the event.
• Post Event : The recording will be kept to the point of set
post-event time after than the actual end of an event.
If it is set to 5 seconds, the recording ends in 5 seconds after an event.
1 min
1 min
Previous/Next Page
OK
Cancel
5. When the event recording duration setup is done, press <OK>.
Quality / Resolution
You can set resolution, IPS, and quality of recordings by channel, and by recording type of standard / event.
Setting Standard Recording Properties
You can set each channel’s resolution, quality and IPS for normal recordings.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
3. Use the up/down buttons (▲▼) in <Record> window to
move to <REC Quality & Resolution>, and press
[ENTER] button.
4. Select <Standard>.
REC Quality & Resolution
Standard
CH
Record Rate
Record Quality
1
CIF(S)
3.8ips
2
CIF(S)
3.8ips
Level4
3
CIF(S)
3.8ips
Level4
4
5. When the recording setup is done, press <OK>.
Event
Resolution
CIF(S)
3.8ips
Level4
Level4
5
CIF(S)
3.8ips
Level4
6
CIF(S)
3.8ips
Level4
7
CIF(S)
3.8ips
8
CIF(S)
3.8ips
Level4
Level4
Previous/Next Page
OK
Cancel
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Setting Event Recording Properties
You can set each channel’s resolution, quality and IPS for event recordings.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
3. Use the up/down buttons (▲▼) in <Record> window to
move to <REC Quality & Resolution>, and press
[ENTER] button.
REC Quality & Resolution
Event
Standard
CH
4. Select <Event>.
Event recording setup window appears.
Record Rate
Record Quality
1
Full D1(L)
3.8ips
2
Full D1(L)
3.8ips
Level4
3
Full D1(L)
3.8ips
Level4
4
5. Use direction buttons (▲▼◄ ►) to move to a desired
item, and select it.
Resolution
Full D1(L)
Level4
3.8ips
Level4
5
Full D1(L)
3.8ips
Level4
6
Full D1(L)
3.8ips
Level4
7
Full D1(L)
3.8ips
Level4
8
Full D1(L)
3.8ips
Level4
Previous/Next Page
• Resolution : Sets the resolution of the recorded screen.
OK
Cancel
Resolution
Name
Resolution
Description
CIF(S)
NTSC: 352 X 240, PAL: 352 X 288
Samples each half of horizontal and
vertical screen.
Half D1(M)
NTSC: 704 X 240, PAL: 704 X 288
Samples half of the horizontal screen.
Full D1(L)
NTSC: 704 X 480, PAL: 704 X 576
Samples original screen size.
• Record Rate : Image Per Second, means the frames recorded per a second.
• Record Quality : Sets the recording quality.
6. When the Event recording setup is done, press <OK>.
Record Option
You can set the recording to stop or overwrite when the HDD is full.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
3. Use the up/down buttons (▲▼) in <Record> window to
move to <Record Option>, and press [ENTER] button.
4. Use direction buttons (▲▼◄ ►) to move to a desired
item, and set the value.
Record Option
Disk End Mode
Overwrite
Disk End Beep
Auto Delete
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Cancel
• Disk End Mode : If selected <Overwrite>, recording will continue despite the HDD full while overwriting the
oldest.
If selected <Stop>, the recording will stop when the HDD is full.
• Disk End Beep : If selected <Stop>, the button is activated.
If you check it, the beep will sound on the disk full and the recording stops.
• Auto Delete : If you check it, Record Period setup is activated.
If you setup the auto delete, recorded data only in the configured period are searchable.
5. When the recording option setup is done, press <OK>.
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SETTING THE EVENT
You can set recording options for sensor, motion, and video loss event.
Sensor Detection
You can set the sensor’s operating condition and connected camera, as well as alarm output and its
duration.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
1. Press the [MENU] button on the remote control or front
panel.
Logout
2. Use the left/right button (◄ ►) to select <Event>.
Event setting menu is selected.
Exit
Event
Sensor Detection
Motion Detection
Video Loss Detection
Alarm Schedule
3. Use the up/down buttons (▲▼) to move to <Sensor
Detection>, and press [ENTER] button.
A window of sensor detection setup appears.
4. Use direction buttons (▲▼◄ ►) to move to a desired
item, and set the value.
• Sensor Operation : Sets the operation mode of sensors.
- <OFF> : Sensor does not operate.
- <N.O (Normal Open)> : Sensor is opened.
If the sensor is closed, it generates alarm.
- <N.C (Normal Close)> : Sensor is closed.
If the sensor is open by interruption, it generates alarm.
• Cam : Select a channel to be connected to the sensor.
If selected camera, “Cam Preset Setup” window appears.
Select a channel and setup the preset.
 Preset setup can be done in PTZ mode.
Sensor Detection
Sensor
Sensor Operation
Cam
1
OFF
1
None
10Sec
2
OFF
2
Alarm
None
Duration
10Sec
3
OFF
3
None
10Sec
4
OFF
4
None
10Sec
5
OFF
5
None
10Sec
6
OFF
6
None
10Sec
7
OFF
7
None
8
OFF
8
None
10Sec
10Sec
Previous/Next Page
OK
Cancel
Sensor Detection
Sensor
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Cam
Preset setup
Sensor Operation
OFF
CH
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
Preset
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
Cam
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
None
Alarm
CH
None
None
9
None
10
None
11
None
12
None
13
None
14
None
15
16
OK
Cancel
OK
Cancel
Duration
OFF
Preset
OFF
None
OFF
None
OFF
None
OFF
None
OFF
None
OFF
None
OFF
None
Previous/Next
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• Alarm : Sets the alarm output method.
 For further information on alarm output, refer to “HDD Alarm >
Alarm”. (Page 45)
• Duration : Sets the duration of alarm signal and alarm
sound.
5. When the sensor detection setup is done, press <OK>.
Sensor Detection
Sensor
Sensor Operation
Cam
1
OFF
1
None
OFF
2
OFF
2
None
OFF
3
None
4
None
3
Alarm
OFF Setup
Alarm
Duration
4
OFF
5
OFF
1
5
2
6
OFF
4
6
BEEP None
7
OFF
7
8
OFF
None
Cancel
None
OK
8
None
OFF
OFF
3
OFF
All
OFF
OFF
OFF
Previous/Next Page
OK
Cancel
Motion Detection
You can set target detection region and motion, as well as the alarm signal output.
When the motion detection region is set, it detects motion within the area.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
3. Use the up/down buttons (▲▼) in <Event> window to
move to <Motion Detection>, and press [ENTER] button.
A window of motion detection area setup appears.
4. Use direction buttons (▲▼◄ ►) to move to a desired
item, and set the value.
• Mode : Sets whether to activate motion detection.
• Sensitivity : Sets the sensitivity level of the motion detection.
• Alarm : Sets the alarm output method.
 For further information on alarm output, refer to “HDD Alarm >
Alarm”. (Page 45)
• Alarm Duration : Sets the duration of alarm signal and alarm
sound.
Motion Detection
CH
Mode
Sensitivity
1
OFF
Very High
None
OFF
2
OFF
Very High
Alarm
None
Alarm Duration
OFF
3
OFF
Very High
None
OFF
4
OFF
Very High
None
OFF
5
OFF
Very High
None
OFF
6
OFF
Very High
None
OFF
7
OFF
Very High
None
OFF
8
OFF
Very High
None
OFF
Previous/Next Page
Motion Region
OK
Cancel
5. When the motion detection setup is done, press <OK>.
Setting the Motion Detection Area
① Select <Motion Region>.
② When “Motion Region” window appears, select a
channel for detection and set the area of motion
detection.
• To set the area in “Motion Region” window
In the “Motion Region” window, select desired region
from <
>.
Motion Region
1 CH
• To set the area using <individual> selection
In the “Motion Region” window, you can select cells
individually by using <individual>.
When selected <individual>, “Motion Region” window disappears and you can select cells one by one.
When the motion area setup is done, press the <Menu> on the screen or the [MENU] button on the
remote control or front panel to display the “Motion Region” window again.
- Select : Selected cell is set to be a part of motion detection area.
Select
- Unselect : Selected cell is removed from the motion detection area.
Unselect
- Inverse : Unselected cells are set to be the motion detection area.
Inverse
- Menu : After selecting individual motion areas, move to the “Motion Region” window.
Menu
 If selected <Apply to All CH>, selected motion area is applied to all channels.
③ When the motion detection setup is done, press <OK>.
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Cancel
Apply to All CH
Video Loss Detection
You can set the alarm to be generated on a camera disconnection, which causes a video loss.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
3. Use the up/down buttons (▲▼) in <Event> window to
move to <Video Loss Detection>, and press [ENTER]
button.
A window of video loss detection area setup appears.
Video Loss Detection
Video Loss State
1
OFF
1,2,3,4
OFF
2
OFF
1,2,3,4
OFF
3
OFF
1,2,3,4
OFF
4
OFF
1,2,3,4
OFF
5
OFF
1,2,3,4
OFF
6
OFF
1,2,3,4
OFF
7
OFF
1,2,3,4
8
OFF
1,2,3,4
4. Use direction buttons (▲▼◄ ►) to move to a desired
item, and set the value.
Alarm
• Video Loss State : Sets whether to activate video loss
detection.
• Alarm : Sets the alarm output method.
Alarm Duration
OFF
OFF
Previous/Next Page
OK
Cancel
 For further information on alarm output, refer to “HDD Alarm >
Alarm”. (Page 45)
• Alarm Duration : Sets the duration of alarm signal and alarm sound.
5. When the video loss detection setup is done, press <OK>.
Alarm Schedule
You can set the conditions and operating hours for scheduled alarms.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
3. Use the up/down buttons (▲▼) in <Event> window to
move to <Alarm Schedule>, and press [ENTER] button.
Alarm Schedule
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4. A window of <Alarm Schedule> settings appears.
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5. Alarm : Sets the alarm output method.
 For further information on alarm output, refer to “HDD Alarm >
Alarm”. (Page 45)
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Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
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• <ON> : Marked in orange, and always generates alarm on
scheduled time.
• <OFF> : Marked in white, no alarm is generated even if an
event occurs.
• Event Sync : Marked in Blue, generates alarm only when an event occurs.
• Apply to All Alarm : Applies the configured schedule to all
Alarm Schedule
alarms.
OFF
ON
Apply to All Alarm
Event Sync
OK
Cancel
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 When the alarm is generated on the scheduled time, you can
stop the alarm by canceling the schedule.
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Sun
Mon
0 1 2 3 4
Tue
Wed
Apply the alarm scheduling to all?
Thu
6. When the Alarm Schedule setup is done, press <OK>.
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Apply to All Alarm
Fri
OK
Sat
Cancel
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OFF
ON
Apply to All Alarm
Event Sync
OK
Cancel
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BACKUP
You can check the backup device and set the backup schedule by channel or by time.
The product only supports external HDD of USB memory/DVD and USB type. (Page 98)
Setting the Backup
You can backup the desired data to a connected device.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
1. Press the [MENU] button on the remote control or front
panel.
Logout
2. Use the left/right button (◄ ►) to select <Backup>.
Backup menu is selected.
Exit
Backup
Backup
3. Press the [ENTER] button.
A backup window appears.
You can directly access it from the “Live screen menu”.
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Backup
Start
2009-01-01 00:01:06
Overlap
CH
ALL
End
2009-01-01 08:25:45
~
List0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
4. Use direction buttons (▲▼◄ ►) to move to a desired
item, and set the value.
• Backup Range : Sets the <Start> and <End> time for the
backup.
• Channel : Sets the channel to backup.
You can select multiple channels.
• Device : Select a backup device from the recognized devices.
If the built-in internal CD/DVD or external USB CD/DVD is used for the backup, you can select the format of
recording between AVI and SEC.
Device
None
Type
AVI
Folder
\20090101\
Filename
0001
Change
Backup
Used
Free
Check capacity
OK
Cancel
 Since SHR-6080/6160/6163 models do not have built-in internal DVD Writer, internal CD/DVD backup is not available.
• Type : Sets the backup data format.
- AVI : Saves the CODEC information provided by the DVR with the recording data, and saved data can be
played back by using external viewers (such as Windows Media Player) on a PC.
- DVR : Saved data can be played back only by the DVR.
- SEC : Saves data in the Samsung’s proprietary format with built-in viewer, which supports immediate
playback on a PC.
• Filename : You can set the back file name.
 Refer to “Using Virtual Keyboard”. (Page 36)
• Check capacity : Shows the size of the selected backup data, used and available capacity of the selected
backup device.
• Overlap : Shows a list of overlapping data on a same time according to the number of data.
It appears when one channel has multiple data on a certain time point due to changing of time or time zone
settings, etc.
 Refer to time and time zone of “Setting the Date/Time/Language”. (Page 34)
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5. When the backup setup is done, press <OK>.
 If no available device is recognized for backup, <OK> button is not activated.
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 The application may slow down during the backup.
 You can switch to the menu screen during the backup in operation, but playback of data is not available.
 When a CD/DVD or memory device is used for backup, it is not available to use the full capacity of the media since
the system consumes a part of its capacity.
will fail. In this case, replace the CD/DVD media and try again.
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 Pressing the <Exit> during the backup will return to the previous menu, while the backup progresses.
NETWORK CONFIGURATION
It provides networked monitoring of Live screen from a remote place, and supports mail forwarding function with
events. You can configure the network environment which enables such functions.
Connection Mode
You can set the network connection route and protocol.
Setting the Connection
Sets the protocol and environment of the network.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
1. Press the [MENU] button on the remote control or front
panel.
Logout
2. Use the left/right button (◄ ►) to select <Network>.
Network menu is selected.
Exit
Network
3. Use the up/down buttons (▲▼) to move to <Connection
Mode>, and press [ENTER] button.
Connection Mode
DDNS
Live Transfer
Mailing Service
4. Select <Connection>.
A window of connection mode setup appears.
5. Use direction buttons (▲▼◄ ►) to move to a desired
item, and set the value.
• Connection Mode : Sets the network connection mode.
• Bandwidth : Sets the maximum data flow to be transferred.
(Upload speed)
Options will vary depending on the selected connection
mode.
- For <Static IP>, <Dynamic IP> : Select one from 128
kbps ~ 2Mbps, and Unlimited.
- For <ADSL>, select one from 128 kbps ~ 600 kbps.
Connection Mode
Connection
Protocol
Connection Mode
Static IP
Bandwidth
2Mbps
IP
192.168. 1.200
Gateway
192.168. 1.
Subnet Mask
255.255.255. 0
DNS
Manual
1
168.126. 63. 1
OK
Cancel
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 If a CD or DVD media causes errors, the disc tray opens and closes a several times, and eventually backup process
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• IP, Gateway, Subnet Mask, and DNS
- For <Static IP> : You can directly input IP address,
Gateway, Subnet Mask and DNS.
- For <Dynamic IP> : IP address, Gateway, and Subnet
Mask are set automatically.
- For <ADSL> : IP address, Gateway, and Subnet Mask
are set automatically.
• User ID, Password : In case you selected ADSL, provide the
“User ID” and its “Password”.
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Connection Mode
Connection
Protocol
Connection Mode
ADSL
Bandwidth
600kbps
IP
192.168. 1.200
Gateway
192.168. 1.
Subnet Mask
255.255.255. 0
DNS
Manual
User ID
ID
Password
********
1
168.126. 63. 1
OK
Cancel
 DNS server for <Dynamic IP> and <ADSL> can be set by user only if you selected <Manual>.
6. When the connection setup is done, press <OK>.
Setting the Protocol
3. Use the up/down buttons (▲▼) in <Network> window to
move to <Connection Mode>, and press [ENTER]
button.
Connection Mode
Connection
Protocol Type
4. Select <Protocol>.
5. Use direction buttons (▲▼◄ ►) to move to a desired
item, and set the value.
Protocol
TCP
Port(TCP)
554 ~ 557
Port(UDP)
8000 ~ 8159
Unicast/Multicast
Unicast
Multicast IP
224.126. 63. 1
TTL
Webviewer Port
• Protocol Type : Select the protocol type between TCP and
UDP.
5
80
OK
Cancel
 If selected UDP, selections of Port (TCP), Port (UDP), and Unicast/
Multicast are activated.
• Port (TCP) : Initially, <554~557> is set. It increases / decreases by 4.
- TCP: It has better stability and lower speed when compared to UDP, and recommended for internet
environments.
• Port (UDP) : Initially, <8000~8159> is set. It increases / decreases by 160.
- UDP : It has less stability and faster speed when compared to TCP, and recommended for local area
network (LAN) environments.
• Unicast, Multicast : Select one between Unicast and Multicast.
If selected Multicast, Multicast IP and TTL are activated.
- Unicast : Transfers data (UDP, TCP) individually to each connecting client.
- Multicast : Multiple client can receive the data (only in UDP) without putting additional traffic load to the
network.
• Multicast IP : User can directly input.
• TTL : Select from 0 ~ 255. Initial value for the TTL is set to <5>.
• Webviewer Port : Enter the port number for the Web Viewer. Initially, it is set to <80>.
6. When the protocol setup is done, press <OK>.
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DDNS
You can set the DDNS site for a remote user’s network connection.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
3. Use the up/down buttons (▲▼) in <Network> window to
move to <DDNS>, and press [ENTER] button.
4. Use virtual keyboard to enter user inputs.
 Refer to “Using Virtual Keyboard”. (Page 36)
DDNS
DDNS Site
OFF
Host Name
User Name
User Password
********
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 If selected <OFF> or <Samsung DDNS>, input fields are
deactivated.
5. When the DDNS setup is done, press <OK>.
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Cancel
 Refer to <DDNS Setting>. (Page 61)
Connecting and Setting the Network
Networking may differ from the connection method, check your environment before setting the connection
mode.
When no router is used
• Static IP mode
- Internet connection : Static IP ADSL, leased line, and LAN environments allows connection between the
DVR and remote user.
- DVR Network Settings : Set the <Connection Mode> in
<Connection> menu of the connected DVR to <Static IP>.
 Consult your network manager for IP, Gateway and Subnet Mask.
Connection Mode
Connection
Protocol
Connection Mode
Static IP
Bandwidth
2Mbps
IP
192.168. 1.200
Gateway
192.168. 1.
Subnet Mask
255.255.255. 0
DNS
Manual
1
168.126. 63. 1
OK
Cancel
• Dynamic IP (DHCP) mode
- Internet connection : Connect the DVR directly to a cable modem, DHCP ADSL modem or FTTH network.
- DVR Network Settings : Set the <Connection Mode> in <Connection> menu of the connected DVR to
<Dynamic IP>.
• ADSL (PPPoE: ID and password certification)
- Internet connection : An ADSL modem is directly connected to the DVR, where the ADSL connection
requires user ID and password.
- DVR Network Settings : Set the <Connection Mode> in
<Connection> menu of the connected DVR to <ADSL>.
 ADSL <User ID> and <Password> should be the same to the
ADSL user information.
If you don’t know the ID and password, consult your ADSL service
provider.
Connection Mode
Connection
Protocol
Connection Mode
ADSL
Bandwidth
600kbps
IP
192.168. 1.200
Gateway
192.168. 1.
Subnet Mask
255.255.255. 0
DNS
Manual
User ID
ID
Password
********
1
168.126. 63. 1
OK
Cancel
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When a router is used
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 To avoid IP address conflict with the DVR's static IP, check followings:
• Setting the DVR with a static IP
- Internet connection : You can connect the DVR to a router which is connected to an ADSL/Cable modem or
a router in a Local Area Network (LAN) environment.
• Setting the DVR Network
1. Set the <Connection Mode> in <Connection> menu of the connected DVR to <Static IP>.
2. Check whether the set IP address is in the static IP range provided by the IP router.
IP, Gateway, and Subnet Mask : Consult your network manager.
 Check whether the set IP address is in the static IP range provided by the IP router.
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 If a DHCP server is configured with starting address (192.168.0.100) and end address (192.168.0.200), you should
set the IP address out of the configured DHCP range (192.168.0.2 ~ 192.168.0.99 and 192.168.0.201 ~
192.168.0.254).
3. Check the Gateway address and subnet mask are equal to those set in the IP router.
• Setting the DHCP IP Address of the IP router
1. To access the IP router’s configurations, open a web browser on the local PC that is connected to the IP
router and enter the router’s address (ex: http://192.168.1.1).
2. At this stage, make the local PC's windows network configurations to the below example:
Ex) IP : 192.168.1.2
Subnet mask : 255.255.255.0
Gateway : 192.168.1.1
- Once connected to the IP router, it prompts with password. While entering nothing to the User Name field,
enter “admin” into the password field and press <OK> to access the router configurations.
- Access the router’s DHCP configuration menu and set its DHCP server activation, and provide the start and
end address.
Set the start address (192.168.0.100) and end address (192.168.0.200).
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 Above steps may differ from the router devices depending on the manufacturer.
• Setting Router’s Port Forwarding
1. Set the protocol to <TCP>.
2. External Port Range : Enter the TCP Port set in the
<Port (TCP)> in <Protocol> menu of the connected DVR.
If more than one DVRs are connected to the router, the
TCP port can be different.
3. Internal PC IP Address : Enter the IP address set to the
<IP> in <Connection> menu of the connected DVR.
Connection Mode
Connection
Protocol Type
TCP
Port(TCP)
554 ~ 557
Port(UDP)
8000 ~ 8159
Unicast/Multicast
Unicast
Multicast IP
224.126. 63. 1
TTL
Webviewer Port
4. Internal Port Range : Set the same to the “External Port
Range”.
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Protocol
5
80
OK
Cancel
 Above steps may differ from the router devices depending on the manufacturer.
Port forwarding is required when you want to access the DVR connected to the router from outside of the router’s
network.
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DDNS Setting
DDNS is a short form of Dynamic Domain Naming System.
DNS (Domain Name System) is a service that routes a domain name consisting of user friendly characters
(ex: www.google.com) to an IP address consisting of numbers (64.233.189.104).
DDNS (Dynamic DNS) is a service that registers a domain name and the floating IP address with the DDNS
server so that the domain name can be routed to the IP address even if the IP is changed in a dynamic IP
system.
● USING THE DVR
• Setting DDNS in the DVR
Set <Protocol Type> in the <Protocol> menu of the connected DVR to the following:
Ex) Protocol Type : TCP
Port (TCP) : 0554,0555,0556,0557
DDNS Site : Samsung DDNS
• DDNS Settings of the Router
Select the corresponding menu for the network transfer protocol of the router.
Live Transfer
Sets the quality of the image that is transferred from the DVR to the network.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
3. In the <Network> setting window, press the up/down
(▲▼) button to move to <Live Transfer> and press the
[ENTER] button.
The Live Transfer window appears.
Live Transfer
Resolution
CIF(S)
Quality
Low
4. Use the direction buttons (▲▼◄ ►) to move to a desired
item and set the value.
5. When the live transfer is done, press <OK>.
 For the resolution of the live transfer, refer to “Resolution”.
(Page 52)
OK
Cancel
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Mailing Service
You can send an e-mail to a DVR-registered user at a specific time interval, or if an event occurs.
SMTP Setting
Sets the SMTP mail server.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
3. In the <Network> setting window, press the up/down
(▲▼) button to move to <Mailing Service> and press the
[ENTER] button.
4. Select <SMTP>.
You will see the SMTP setting window.
Mailing Service
SMTP
ServerType
Event
Group
Recipient
SMTP mail Server
Server
Port
25
Use Authentication
User
5. Use direction buttons (▲▼◄ ►) to move to a desired item
and set the value.
Password
********
Secure Transfer
Never
•
•
•
•
TEST
•
•
•
•
Sender
ex. user@example.net
Server Type : Displays the connected server type.
Server : Enter a server to connect to.
Port : Sets the communication port.
Use Authentication : Check this if the SMTP server uses user authentication.
The account input box will be activated.
User : Enter a user to use authentication when connecting to the SMTP server.
Password : Enter the password of the SMTP server user.
Secure Transfer : Select one from <Never> and <TLS (if available)>.
Sender : Use the virtual keyboard to enter the sender’s e-mail address.
OK
Cancel
 Refer to “Using Virtual Keyboard”. (Page 36)
• Test : Conducts the test on the server settings.
6. When the SMTP setting is done, press <OK>.
Event Setting
You can set the interval and type of the event that will be sent to the user.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
3. In the <Network> setting window, press the up/down
(▲▼) button to move to <Mailing Service> and press the
[ENTER] button.
4. Select <Event>.
5. Use direction buttons (▲▼◄ ►) to move to a desired item
and set the value.
Mailing Service
SMTP
Event Interval
Event
Group
Recipient
10 min
Use Event Transfer
Sensor
Motion
Change P/W
HDD Info
Power On/Off
Manual Record
Video Loss
• Event Interval : Set the event interval.
 If a series of events occurs, the e-mail will be sent at the specified
OK
Cancel
interval, not on each event.
• Use Event Transfer : Select an event type to send if an event occurs.
If the selected event occurs, the e-mail will be sent to the group that has the recipient authority.
6. When the event setting is done, press <OK>.
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Group Setting
You can set the group to whom the e-mail is sent, and specify the permission for each group.
You can add recipients for each group in the <Recipient> menu item.
The recipient is set separately from the DVR user group.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
3. In the <Network> setting window, press the up/down
(▲▼) button to move to <Mailing Service> and press the
[ENTER] button.
5. Use direction buttons (▲▼◄ ►) to move to a desired item
and set the value.
SMTP
Group
Event
Add
Group
Recipient
Delete
Rename
Recipient Permission
Sensor
Motion
Change P/W
HDD Info
Power On/Off
Manual Record
• Add : Select <Add> and use the virtual keyboard to add a
group.
OK
Video Loss
Cancel
 Refer to “Using Virtual Keyboard”. (Page 36)
• Delete : Deletes the selected group.
• Rename : You can reset the recipient permission of an existing group.
• Recipient Permission : Set the permission of the recipient group.
6. When the group setting is done, press <OK>.
Recipient Setting
You can add a user to the group or delete him/her from the group, or change the group.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
3. In the <Network> setting window, press the up/down
(▲▼) button to move to <Mailing Service> and press the
[ENTER] button.
Mailing Service
SMTP
Event
Group
4. Select <Recipient>.
Recipient
Group
All Group
Group
Add
Name
e-Mail Address
Delete
5. Use direction buttons (▲▼◄ ►) to move to a desired item
and set the value.
Previous/Next Page
OK
• Add : You can select a recipient name, e-mail address or
group.
You should have created a group in the <Group> menu
item before you can add a user to the group.
 Refer to “Using Virtual Keyboard” for input of the user name and
the e-mail address. (Page 36)
Cancel
Mailing Service
SMTP
Group
Event
Recipient
Group
ABC
Group
Add
Add recipient
Name
e-Mail Address
Delete
Name
Email
Select Group
ABC
OK
Cancel
6. When the recipient setting is done, press <OK>.
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OK
Cancel
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4. Select <Group>.
Mailing Service
using the DVR
CONTROLLING A PTZ DEVICE
The DVR enables you to adjust the settings of a PTZ camera as well as an ordinary one to your preference.
PTZ Device
The PTZ device can be activated only if a channel in connection with the PTZ camera is selected.
Getting started with PTZ
The PTZ camera is available, only if a channel is selected, in the following way:
 Using the button on the remote control or the front panel
Scene Mode
Select the [PTZ] button on the remote control or the front panel.
Spot Out
PTZ Control
 Using the launcher menu
Click PTZ <
PTZ
ZOOM
Audio
Freeze
> to display the live launcher.
Stop Alarm
Record
 Using the right-click menu in Live mode
Play
Search
Backup
Right-click any area on the screen to display the context menu, and
select <PTZ Control>.
Main Menu
Shutdown
Hide Launcher
Logout
PTZ
Alarm
Freeze
 Using icons on the live screen
Click the PTZ <
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> icon on the live screen.
 The PTZ function is available only if the PTZ camera is
connected so that the PTZ icon is displayed on the screen.
Using the PTZ camera
You can use one camera to perform all functions of PAN, TILT and ZOOM for monitoring multiple places and
set the preset to your preference in a desired mode.
1. Launch the <PTZ Control> menu.
> icon on the bottom right corner turns
As the PTZ <
yellow, you access the “PTZ Control” mode to display the
“PTZ Control” menu.
2. Use direction keys in the launcher menu or use direction
buttons (▲▼◄ ►) on the remote control or the front panel
PTZ Control CAM01
to move the target area to record.
• Zoom : You can use the Zoom function of the PTZ camera.
• Auto Pan : The camera automatically runs between the two
points that you selected.
• Scan : The camera moves to the preset points in the
specified sequence.
If multiple presets are specified, the PTZ camera will automatically move to all of the preset points one at a
time.
• Pattern : Makes the PTZ camera remember and follow the past route.
 The functions of Auto Pan, Scan and Pattern are supported in the protocols of Samsung, Panasonic and Pelco, and are
different in terms of the name and setting, depending on the protocols of Samsung, Panasonic and Pelco.
(Panasonic : Auto Pan, Sequence, Sort / Pelco : Auto Pan, Frame Scan, Pattern)
Auto Pan
Select Preset
Pattern
Save/Add
Rename
Delete
Delete All
Cam. Setup
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Preset
Scan
 Before entering the PTZ device control mode, set the values of the PTZ device in the <Setting the PTZ> menu.
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Preset Setting
A preset is a set of specific target points of a PTZ camera, and up to 20 presets per a camera can be stored.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
1. In PTZ Control mode, use the direction buttons to adjust the camera in a desired direction.
2. Select the <Save/Add> key.
The virtual keyboard for inputting the preset will appear.
 Refer to “Using Virtual Keyboard”. (Page 36)
Save/Add : You can add and save the preset.
Rename : You can change the settings of the existing presets.
Delete : Deletes the selected preset.
Delete All : Deletes all existing presets.
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 If you replace the camera of the channel that stores the preset list with a new one, you should reset the preset
accordingly.
3. Press <OK>.
The preset will be saved as a name that you entered.
Camera Setting
A PTZ camera has its own menu system. Optimize the PTZ camera according to the DVR.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
1. Connect the PTZ camera to the DVR and run the PTZ
camera again to display the camera’s protocol setting
window.
2. Check the protocol ID of the camera.
 In “Device > Setting the PTZ”, enter the PTZ camera ID in the ID
input box of the channel that is connected to the PTZ camera.
(Page 43)
SAMSUNG PROTOCOL
ADDR
TYPE
BAUD
LENS
TILT
PAN
3. Select <Cam. Setup> in the PTZ Control menu.
The camera-specific menu appears.
** MAIN MENU **
 You can configure the settings of only those cameras that support the
protocols of Samsung and Panasonic.
 If you are setting Auto Pan or Pattern in the camera menu, press and
hold the appropriate button for a certain time so that the button
operation can be different from that in normal PTZ setting.
0
RS-485,HALF
9600
OK!
OK!
OK!
Camera Setup
Exit
CAMERA SET ...
VIDEO SET...
PRESET...
ZONE SET...
AUTO SET...
ALARM SET...
OTHER SET...
CLOCK SET...
SYSTEM INFO...
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•
•
•
•
search & play
SEARCH
You can perform the search for recorded data by the time or by the
search criteria such as an event.
You can access the <Search> menu directly in Live mode.
Scene Mode
Spot Out
Audio Off
Freeze
Stop Alarm
1. In Live mode, right-click any area of the screen.
The Live menu appears.
Record
Play
Search
Backup
2. Select <Search>.
Or, press the [SEARCH] button on the remote control or
the front panel.
Main Menu
Shutdown
Hide Launcher
Logout
3. The Search menu appears.
 If you have not checked “POS USE” in the “Main Menu > Device
> POS Device” menu, the Search menu does not include the
“POS Search” item. (Page 46)
Return
Time Search
Event Search
4. The search can be restricted by the Auto Delete function.
Refer to “Setting the Recording > Record Option”.
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Backup Search
POS Search
Motion Search
 Overlapped data : It only appears if there exists overlapped
data on a certain time, produced due to the change of DVR’s
time setup. The latest data comes first, from <List0>.
It does not appear in <Backup Search>.
Time Search
You can search for recorded data of a desired time.
As the time to display may be different depending on the time zone and the DST standard time, the time of
data recorded in the same time can be displayed differently depending on time zone and DST settings.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
4. Select <Time Search> in the <Search> menu.
5. Select a date to search.
Time Search
Go to First
2009-01-01
 Refer to “Using the Calendar”. (Page 35)
Go to Last
Overlapped Data List0
Zoom In
Zoom Out
00:01:17
All
Data
CAM01
6. The record data on the specific date will be listed.
The display bar is different according to the data type.
So check the data type for the color in the left pane.
7. Use direction buttons (▲▼◄ ►) to set the search criteria
and press the [ENTER] button.
CAM02
CAM03
2009/01/01 00:01:17
Standard
Schedule
Motion
Sensor
V.Loss
Etc
CAM04
CAM05
CAM06
CAM07
Previous/Next Page
Play
Return
• Go to First : Moves to the earliest date.
• Go to Last : Moves to the most recent date.
• Time : Enter a time to perform the search or use the up/down button <>> to select one.
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• Zoom Out : The map enlarges in detail.
It will switch in the sequence of 24 hours-4 hours -1 hour -5
minutes.
• Zoom In : The map will switch in the reverse order of the
detailed mode above.
It will switch in the sequence of 5 minutes-1 hour -4 hours 24 hours.
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Time Search
Go to First
2009-01-01
Go to Last
Overlapped Data List0
Zoom In
Zoom Out
00:01:17
All
Data
CAM01
CAM02
CAM03
2009/01/01 00:01:17
CAM04
CAM05
Standard
Schedule
Motion
Sensor
V.Loss
Etc
CAM06
CAM07
 Double-click a desired time to zoom it in/out.
Previous/Next Page
Play
Return
● SEARCH & PLAY
• Preview : Click <Channel> and select (click, drag) a time in
<Duration> to display a still image for the portion.
- If the selected channel does not contain any recorded data, it will be marked black.
8. Select a data item and click <Play>.
The screen switches to the data playback mode.
Event Search
You can search for events by the channel and play them.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
4. Select <Event Search> in the <Search> menu.
5. Use direction buttons (▲▼◄ ►) to set the search criteria
and press the [ENTER] button.
 All record events on a specific date will be found. (Normal/
Event Search
CAM 01
2009-01-01
Overlapped Data
Go to First
List0
Date/Time Preview
3
02:47:54 ~ 02:48:59
Motion
2
00:39:06 ~ 00:40:30
Motion
1
00:01:22 ~ 00:02:28
Motion
Schedule recording included)
• Date/Time Preview : If you select a data item in the list, the
still image of the selected data will be displayed in the left
preview pane.
• Event : Displays the type of the event that occurred.
Go to Last
No.
Event
2009/01/01 00:01:22
Previous/Next Page
Play
Return
6. Select a data item and click <Play>.
The screen switches to the event data playback mode.
Backup Search
Searches for backup data in the connected backup device.
Only data in the format of DVR is included in the search.
Refer to <Format> in “Backup>Setting the Backup”. (Page 56)
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
4. Select <Backup Search> in the <Search> menu.
5. Use direction buttons (▲▼◄ ►) to set the search criteria
and press the [ENTER] button.
• Record Period : Displays the record period.
• Channel : Displays the recorded channel.
• Play Start Time : Select a time that you start playing.
6. Select a data item and click <Play>.
The screen switches to the backup data playback mode.
Backup Search
USB:USB2FlashStorage
No.
Folder Name
File Name
1
20090101
16190000
Previous/Next Page
File Name
16190000
Channel
Record Period
2009-01-01 01:01:01 - 2009-01-01 01:01:10
Play Start Time
2009-01-01
Play
1
16:30:52
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POS Search
You can search for data in the POS device that is connected to the DVR.
You can use the mouse to select the related items.
4. Select <POS Search> in the <Search> menu.
5. Use direction buttons (▲▼◄ ►) to set the search criteria
and press the [ENTER] button.
 You can enter specific text to refine your search.
• Keyword : Use the virtual keyboard to enter a keyword.
• Search Criteria :
- <Case Sensitive>: If selected, search will be performed
case-sensitively.
POS Search
Date/Time
2007-12-25 03:41:18
2009-01-01 03:41:18
Keyword
Case Sensitive
Overlapped Data
List0
Go to First
Search
Whole Word
Go to Last
POS
CH
Start Date/Time
1
1
2009-01-01 03:41:15
CHANGE _
1
1
2009-01-01 03:41:15
CASH _
Keyword
1
1
2009-01-01 03:41:10
CASH _
2009/01/01 03:41:15
CHANGE
5.95
Previous/Next Page
Play
Return
- <Whole Word>: If selected, only the exact matches with
the keyword will be found.
• Preview : Select a data item in the list to display the preview image.
Information about the image will be displayed on the bottom of the screen.
•
: You can use these buttons to accelerate your search if you have a huge list of search results.
6. Select a data item and click <Play>.
The screen switches to the POS data playback mode.
Motion Search
If a motion is detected in each channel, you can set a desired area to perform the search.
You can use the mouse to select the related items.
4. Select <Motion Search> in the <Search> menu.
5. Use direction buttons (▲▼◄ ►) to set the search criteria
and press the [ENTER] button.
 If you set the motion area to <Manual Area>, the <Setup>
Motion Search
Channel
CAM 01
Date/Time
2009-01-01 03:41:18
Overlapped Data
Motion Region
Go to First
List0
No.
Start Time
7
01:01:30
6
01:01:25
5
01:01:20
4
01:01:15
3
01:01:10
2
01:01:05
1
01:01:01
button will be activated.
• Motion Region : Select an area to perform the search.
Setup
All Area
2009-01-01 05:11:44
2009/01/01 01:01:30
- All Area : Searches for all areas of the selected channel.
Search
Go to Last
Previous/Next Page
- Current Area : Searches for the motion area for each
channel specified in “Motion Detection >
Setting the Motion Detection Area”. (Page 54)
Play
Return
- Manual Area : You can set the motion area manually.
• Setup : The Setup button will be activated only if you have
set the motion area to Manual. Press this button to display
the area setting window.
• Date/Time : The Date/Time will be automatically set by the
hour, and the end time will be automatically set to one hour
later than the start time if it is set.
• Preview : Select a data item in the list to display the still
image of the item.
6. Select a data item and click <Play>.
The screen switches to the motion data playback mode.
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Motion Region
1 CH
Individual
OK
Cancel
Apply to All CH
PLAYBACK
Play
You can play data stored in the HDD and backup a desired portion of the data.
Using the mouse may help easy setup.
1. In Live mode, click <Play> in the right-click menu or
<
> in the launcher menu, or press the Play button on
the remote control or the front panel.
Scene Mode
Spot Out
Freeze
Stop Alarm
2. Use the up/down button (▲▼) to select a menu.
Record
Play
 For data search, refer to <Search>. (Page 66)
Search
Backup
Main Menu
Shutdown
Hide Launcher
Logout
PTZ
Alarm
Freeze
3. Select a data item and click <Play> in the Search menu.
The selected data is played and the play launcher appears
on the screen.
 If there is an existing data, <Play> will start immediately without
performing the search.
•
: You can play up to 4 channels in real time.
- In a split mode, the real time playback may not be
supported, depending on the record quality, resolution
and number of channels. And some frame rates may be
supported.
REC
• Playback Information : Displays the date and time of the current data in the top corner.
• Mode Switch : Select a desired play mode or press the [MODE] button to switch the mode in the sequence
of 1-split, 4-split, 9-split, 16-split and 13-split.
 The grey area in the center of the 13-split mode plays the Live channel.
The default channel of the Live mode is CH1, which can be changed later.
•
: Switches to Live mode.
REC : Records all channels in Live mode.
•
• Play Time : Displays the time and date of the current video.
• Play Bar : Displays the time of recorded data in the selected channel for the past 24 hours; the red gridline
indicates the current play time.
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 Speed : Supports various speed options of x1, x2(-2), x4(-4), x8(-8), x16(-16), x32(-32) and x64(-64).
 Slow : Supports slow speed options of x1/2(-1/2), x1/4(-1/4) and x1/8(-1/8).
• Backup : Click <
> to set the current time to the start
time of backup; you can specify a backup area using the
mouse (yellow triangle).
Click <
> again to set the current time to the end time of
the backup and the “Backup Range” window appears.
- Type: Supports formats of DVR, AVI and SEC.
Refer to a list of formats in “Setting the Backup”.
(Page 56)
- Device: Select a backup device.
- Check Capacity : Enables you to check the capacity of the
selected storage device.
4. If you want to return to the Live screen in Play mode, click <
[] button on the remote control or the front panel.
Backup Range
Start
End
2009-01-01 00:01:06
2009-01-01 08:25:45
Device
None
Type
Folder
\20090101\
Filename 0001
DVR
Change
Backup
Used
Free
Check capacity
Backup
Cancel
> in the launcher menu or press the
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Audio Off
web viewer
INTRODUCING WEB VIEWER
What is Web Viewer?
Web Viewer allows remote access to your DVRs. You have
access to live video, archived video, PTZ control (if configured),
etc.
PRODUCT FEATURES
• Remote access from a standard browser
• Supports PTZ camera controls
• Supports 1, 4, 8, 16 camera viewing formats (maximum of
16 cameras in the list).
• Gets JPEG format images to print and save to “Print or Save
JPEG format images”.
• Record video in AVI format—compatible with popular media players. (needed the Xvid codec)
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
The following lists the minimum suggested hardware and operating system requirements needed to run the
Web Viewer.
OS
Web Browser
CPU
Internet Explorer 6.0.2900.2180 or higher
Intel Pentium 4.2 GHz
MEMORY
512 MB
Monitor
High Color 16-bit 1024 x 768
HDD
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Windows XP Professional
Windows 2000
Windows Vista Home Basic /Premium
50 MB(Installation space required)
* Additional HDD space required for recording.
Recorded file size will vary depending on recording quality settings.
CONNECTING WEB VIEWER
1. Open your web browser and type the IP address or URL
of DVR into the URL address box.
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The basic URL of the DVR is as following in case of MAC
address:
 00-00-F0-ab-cd-ef : nabcdef.websamsung.net
 WEB VIEWER
 00-16-6c-ab-cd-ef : mabcdef.websamsung.net
 00-68-36-ab-cd-ef : pabcdef.websamsung.net
 You can also use registered URL which setups up in the Setup menu of your DVR.
2. Set the Admin ID and password same to those of the DVR
Admin.
For general users, enter the DVR user ID and password.
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 It allows up to 10 simultaneous access including the Admin
and general users.
 It does not allow multiple login of the Admin user.
 Initial password of the Admin user is set to “4321”.
 Password of the Admin and general users can be changed in <Permission Management> menu of the DVR.
 Normal users should have set <Viewer> under <Permission Management> to “Use” before connecting to the
Web Viewer. (Page 37)
 All settings are applied by the DVR’s settings.
3. Click <Install ActiveX Control…>.
4. Click <Install>.
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5. Click <Install>.
6. You may have “Windows Security Alert” that attempts to
block this with the Windows Firewall. In that case, click
<Unblock> to start Web Viewer.
7. Installation is complete.
Now you can see the main screen of Live Viewer.
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USING LIVE VIEWER
 WEB VIEWER
The Live Viewer screen consists of following :
This displays the IP address and the model name of the connected DVR.
These menus consist of <LIVE>, <SEARCH>, <SETUP>, <ABOUT>.
These buttons are used for the screen split and full screen mode.
Shows the IP address and model name of the connected DVR.
These buttons are used for sequence and changing the screen channel.
These buttons are used for capture, print, and save the image.
Shows the channel of the connected DVR.
These buttons are used for PTZ related functions.
This displays the screen for connected camera with DVR.
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 The resolution is set to 1024X768 pixels.
 The initial split-screen mode is set according to the number of channels connected to DVR. You can change the
split-screen mode by clicking buttons for split-screen modes.
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OSD INFORMATION DISPLAY
The channel number, video size, and IP address of the connected
DVR are displayed.
The current date and time of the DVR are displayed.
Alarm icon appears when alarm is issued.
It disappears when pressed the [ALARM] button of the DVR.
Motion icon appears when motion is detected.
It disappears when pressed the [ALARM] button of the DVR.
It displays whether the PTZ controls are active.
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 If you have set PTZ cameras for the DVR, “PTZ” is displayed on the
screen. Select a PTZ camera channel and use the [PTZ] button for
camera control.
SPLIT-SCREEN
You can change the split mode by clicking each number icon.
SINGLE MODE
QUAD MODE
NINE MODE
• Click <
> button.
The screen displays the selected camera connected to the DVR in
“SINGLE MODE”.
> button.
• Click <
The screen displays the selected camera connected to the DVR in
“QUAD MODE”.
> button.
• Click <
The screen displays the selected camera connected to the DVR in
“NINE MODE”.
> button.
• Click <
The screen displays the selected camera connected to the DVR in
“SIXTEEN MODE”.
> button.
• Click <
The screen displays the selected camera connected to the DVR in
“FULL SCREEN MODE”.
Double clicking on the screen or pressing any button of the keyboard
returns to the previous mode.
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SIXTEEN MODE
CONNECTED DVR
This displays the IP address and the status of the connecting DVR.
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 Connection failure message
 WEB VIEWER
No Response : Appears when the DVR does not respond.
Collision : Appears when Admin mode is already in use or simultaneous
access to the same DVR from another PC.
Access Denied : Appears when the maximum number of users is exceeded.
 The number of simultaneous connections are limited to 10.
CHANGING THE LIVE SCREEN MODE
 16-split mode does not support “SEQUENCE”, “PREVIOUS” and “NEXT”.
• SEQUENCE: When this button is clicked, screens are switched at a
preset interval. In SINGLE MODE, the channel numbers are sequentially
switched from 1 to 16. In QUAD MODE, the screens are changed like 1st
4 channels (1~4)
2nd 4 channels(5~8)
3rd 4 channels(9~12)
4th
4 channels (13~16). In NINE MODE, the screens are changed from
9 channels (1~9) to 7 channels (10~16). In SIXTEEN MODE, the screen
refreshes at the preset interval
 Preset interval (10 seconds)
• PREVIOUS: When this button is clicked, the previous screen appears.
In SINGLE MODE, the channel numbers are switched in reverse order.
In QUAD MODE, the screens are changed like 1st 4 channels (1~4)
2nd 4 channels (13~16)
3rd 4 channels (9~12)
4th 4 channels (5~8).
In NINE MODE, the screens are changed from 9 channels (1~9) to
7 channels (10~16). In SIXTEEN MODE, the screen is refreshed.
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• NEXT: When this button is clicked, the next screen appears.
In SINGLE MODE, the channel numbers are sequentially switched from 1 to 16.
In QUAD MODE, the screens are changed like 1st 4 channels (1~4) 2nd 4 channels (5~8) 3rd
4 channels (9~12) 4th 4 channels (13~16). In NINE MODE, the screens are changed from 9 channels
(1~9) to 7 channels (10~16). In SIXTEEN MODE, the screen is refreshed.
 If 16-channel DVR is connected, clicking “NEXT” in QUAD MODE is to change the screen as shown in the picture.
(CH1 to CH4)
(CH5 to CH8)
(CH9 to CH12)
16-channel DVR
SAVING THE LIVE SCREEN ON THE PC
• CAPTURE: Saves the current screen into a BMP or JPEG
file.
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 The default saving path is “C:\Program Files\Samsung\Dvr
Web Viewer\SnapShot\Live”. To change the saving path, click
)> button and then select the path you
<SAVE PATH (
want. For Windows Vista, the saving path is “C:\users\(user
ID)\AppData\LocalLow\Samsung\DVR Web Viewer\
Snapshot\” and it cannot be modified.
 The file is automatically named as following: “IP address_
Port number_YYMMDD_camera number_index”
Ex) 192.168.130.12_554_20070615_101530_01_00
• PRINT: Prints out the selected screen out of the currently
displayed live screens. It also prints the IP address, time,
camera number and the current event status together.
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(CH13 to CH16)
• RECORD: Saves the current image on the screen and
saves it as a avi video file.
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 To record it, it is required at least 1GB of available space.
 The default saving path is “C:\Program Files\Samsung\Dvr
CHANGING THE LIVE SCREEN CHANNEL
• Blue numbers : Indicates that the current channel is
connected to a camera.
• Gray numbers : Indicates that the current channel is not
connected to any camera.
USING PTZ CAMERA
Click the direction buttons to control the camera.
Click the + or - buttons to zoom in or out the image displayed.
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 WEB VIEWER
Web Viewer\VideoClip\Live”. To change the saving path, click
)> button and then select the path you
<SAVE PATH (
want. For Windows Vista, the saving path is “C:\users\(user
ID)\AppData\Local-Low\Samsung\DVR Web Viewer\VideoClip\”
and it cannot be modified.
 The file is automatically named as following: “IP address_Port number_YYMMDD_camera number_index”
Ex) 192.168.130.12_554_20070615_101530_01_00
 For AVI Save, you need the Xvid codec for playing saved files.
 HDD Minimum Free Size : During the recording, if there is no more capacity available in the HDD than set free space
will prompt with a popup message: “Cannot record due to insufficient disc space in the HDD”.
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• MENU: Appears the camera menu screen.
• PRESET: Moves the lens direction to a preset direction.
1. If you click a preset, the camera moves to the selected
preset's position.
2. You can delete the selected preset or all presets.
3. You can save a new preset number and name.
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 You can save presets up to 20.
• AUTOPAN: Moves the camera lens direction between 2
points set for the camera.
• SCAN: Moves the camera lens direction between 2 preset
points of the camera.
• PATTERN: You can set camera various movement patterns
such as zoom, move, etc. so that a camera automatically
moves according to the pattern.
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 While the DVR controls a PTZ camera, Web Viewer cannot
control the camera.
 Camera menu setup is only available for camera supporting
the function.
 Each function of PTZ is same to that of the DVR.
 Pan/Tilt of the Smart dome camera is manipulated
automatically to center the camera to the mouse clicked
point.
 If you drag the mouse using the left button on a certain point,
Pan/Tilt of the Smart dome camera is manipulated
automatically to center the camera to the middle point between the dragging start and end position.
Upward dragging will zoom out, while downward dragging will zoom in.
 Tilt of Power PTZ operates properly within 45°.
 Power and Pan Tilt functions are only available for camera supporting the functions.
Ex: Samsung SCC-C6475
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USING SEARCH VIEWER
 WEB VIEWER
The Search Viewer screen consists of following:
This displays the IP address and the model name of the connected DVR.
These menus consist of <LIVE>, <SEARCH>, <SETUP>, <ABOUT>.
These buttons are used for the screen split and full screen mode.
Shows the IP address and model name of the connected DVR.
These buttons are used for capture, print, and save the image.
This displays a calendar at which you can search the recorded video.
This displays a timeline at which you can search the recorded video by the time.
These buttons are used for controlling playback.
This displays the screen for playback of recorded video.
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 <SEQUENCE>, <PREVIOUS>, <NEXT> buttons are not available in SEARCH menu.
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SPLIT-SCREEN
You can change the split mode by clicking each number icon.
SINGLE MODE
QUAD MODE
• Click <
> button.
The screen displays the selected camera connected to the DVR in
“SINGLE MODE”.
> button.
• Click <
The screen displays the selected camera connected to the DVR in
“QUAD MODE”.
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 Only SINGLE and QUAD MODE are available in SEARCH menu.
 If 16 channel DVR is connected, you can select a mode from SINGLE to
SIXTEEN MODE.
CONNECTED DVR
This displays the IP address and the status of the connecting DVR.
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 Connection failure message
No Response : Appears when the DVR does not respond.
Collision : Appears when Admin mode is already in use or simultaneous
access to the same DVR from the PC.
Access Denied : Appears when the maximum number of users is exceeded.
 The number of simultaneous connections are limited to 5.
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SAVING THE LIVE SCREEN ON THE PC
• CAPTURE: Saves the current screen into a BMP or JPEG
file.
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 The default saving path is “C:\Program Files\Samsung\Dvr
• PRINT: Prints the playback screen that is now being
displayed. It also prints IP address, time, camera number,
and current event state.
• RECORD: If you select a channel and click this button
during playback (only play), the video data is saved in a DVR
file. (It is saved in the designated folder on your PC.) To stop
recording, click this button again.
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 To record it, it is required at least 1GB of available space.
 The default saving path is “C:\Program Files\Samsung\Dvr
Web Viewer\VideoClip\Search”. To change the saving path,
click <SAVE PATH (
)> button and then select the path you want. For Windows Vista, the saving path is
“C:\users\(user ID)\AppData\LocalLow\Samsung\DVR Web Viewer\Video-Clip\” and it cannot be modified.
 The file is automatically named as following: “IP address_Port number_YYMMDD_camera number_index”
Ex) 192.168.130.12_554_20070615_101530_01_00
 For AVI save, you need the Xvid codec for playing saved files.
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 WEB VIEWER
Web Viewer\SnapShot\Search”. To change the saving path,
click <SAVE PATH (
)> button and then select the path
you want. For Windows Vista, the saving path is “C:\users\
(user ID)\AppData\LocalLow\Samsung\DVR Web Viewer\
Snapshot\”and it cannot be modified.
 The file is automatically named as following: “IP address_Port number_YYMMDD_camera number_index”
Ex) 192.168.130.12_554_20070615_101453_01_00
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SEARCHING THE RECORDED VIDEO IN THE CALENDAR
If the video data has been recorded on a date, the date is
distinguished in green. If you click the date, the recorded
video information is displayed in the time line. When you click
<Today>, it is changed to today’s date.
SEARCHING THE RECORDED VIDEO IN THE TIMELINE
It displays the recorded video data status on the DVR after a date is
selected. The normal mode displays the time ranging from 0 to 24 Hours
while the extension mode displays the time every 2 hours.
[Normal Mode]
• If you click < > button, it changes to the extension mode.
• Each time line represents 1 hour.
[Extension Mode]
• If you click < > button, it changes to the normal mode.
• Each time line represents 5 minutes.
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 The channels are ranging from CH01 to CH16.
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CONTROLLING PLAYBACK
 WEB VIEWER
Fast Backward: Reverse-plays faster(2x).
Reverse Play: Performs Reverse Play.
Play: Performs playback.
Fast Forward: Plays faster(2x).
Go to First: Moves the beginning time of recorded video in the time line.
Step Backward: Performs one step reverseplay by one frame.
Stop: Stops playing.
Step Forward: Performs one step forward by one frame.
Go to Last: Moves the last time of recorded video in the time line.
VIEWER SETUP
You can configure the DVR settings remotely on the network.
To configure the DVR settings, click <Setup>.
System
You can configure the various settings of the DVR system.
Date/Time/Language
For more information, refer to <Date/Time/Language> in the <System Setup> menu. (Page 34)
1. Select <Date/Time/Language> in the System menu.
2. Configure the DVR settings according to your system
environment.
• Date/Time
Set the date and time.
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• Time Synchronization Setup
Set the time synchronization.
• Display
Date Format : Set the date type.
Time : Select a time format to display on the screen.
• DST (Daylight Saving Time)
DST is displayed an hour ahead of the standard time of the
time zone.
• Language
Select a preferred language for the DVR.
Holiday
You can set specific dates to Holidays according to your
preferences.
For more information, refer to <Setting Holiday> in the
<System Setup> menu. (Page 35)
Permission Management
For more information, refer to <Permission Management> in the <System Setup> menu. (Page 36)
• Administrator
You can change the admin ID or the password.
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• Group
Users are classified into groups and the permission can be
set according to the group.
 First of all, add a group.
 WEB VIEWER
• User
You can add, change or remove a user or users.
• Setup
You can set the user permission.
System Management
For more information, refer to <System Management> in the <System Setup> menu. (Page 38)
• System Information
You can see information of the current system.
Check the software version, broadcast format and
MAC address.
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Device
You can check a list of devices that are connected to the DVR and configure the necessary settings.
Click <Device> in the menu screen.
For more information, refer to “SETTING THE DEVICE”. (Page 42)
Camera
• Camera
You can configure the settings of the camera that is
connected to the DVR.
• PTZ
You can configure the settings of the PTZ camera that is
connected to the DVR.
Set the ID and protocol.
Storage Device
You can check and change the settings of the storage device.
• Device
You will see a list of storage devices that are connected to the
DVR.
You can check the type, used/total, usage and status of the
device.
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• HDD Alarm
You can set the alarm output channel and the alarm duration
for an error.
 WEB VIEWER
Remote Device
You can see a list of remote devices including PTZ cameras
and system keyboards that are connected to the RS-485 port
of the DVR and configure the necessary settings.
POS Device
You can set the channel, preset and communication port of
the POS device that is connected to the DVR.
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 You cannot set to use the POS device remotely.
Monitor
• Monitor
You can configure the monitoring screen settings and set the
output system.
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• Spot Out
The registered user can view the event screen for the duration
set in <Event Display Time> if an event occurs from the
appropriate channel.
• Mode
You can switch between live mode and play mode.
Record
For more information, refer to <Setting the Recording>. (Page 50)
Recording Schedule
If you set a recording schedule for a specific date and time,
the recording will start at that specific time.
- Apply to All CH : Click <Apply to All CH> to display the
confirmation window.
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Event Record Duration
You can set the start and end times of recording that will be
activated if an event occurs.
 WEB VIEWER
REC Quality & Resolution
• Standard/Event
You can set the resolution, frame rate and recording quality
for each channel.
Record Option
You can set the Disk End Mode.
Event
For more information, refer to <Setting the Event>. (Page 53)
Sensor Detection
You can set the sensor operation mode and the synchronized
camera as well as the alarm output type and the duration.
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Motion Detection
You can set the motion detection mode and the sensitivity
as well as the alarm output type and the duration.
• Motion Area
Set the target motion detection area
Video Loss Detection
You can set the alarm output time if a video loss occurs.
Alarm Schedule
You can schedule the alarm output according to the day of
the week and the time.
The default setting is Event Sync, which activates the alarm
only if an event occurs.
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Network
For more information, refer to <Network Configuration>. (Page 57)
Connection
A remote user can access the DVR via the network to check
the current mode and the IP address.
• Connection
 WEB VIEWER
You can set the network connection route.
• Protocol
You can configure the protocol related settings.
DDNS
You can check the DDNS settings.
Live Transfer
A remote user can set the images of the DVR.
• Live Transfer
A remote user can set the image resolution of the transferred
data.
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Mailing Service
You can specify the SMTP server that sends a mail if an event occurs and set the recipient group and users.
• SMTP
You can set the server that sends mails and specify if you use
the authentication process.
• Event
You can set the event interval and specify which events the
server sends mails for.
• Group
You can add a group to receive the mail if an event occurs
and set the permission to receive the event mail for each
group.
• Recipient
You can add a user or users who will receive the mail.
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ABOUT
Click <ABOUT>.
Displays the model name of connected DVR and the version
of Web Viewer.
 WEB VIEWER
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SEC BACKUP VIEWER
You can play a file that is backed up in the format of SEC.
Backup in the format of SEC will involve in generating two files: one for the backup data and one for the viewer.
If you run the backup file viewer, the backup data file will be automatically played.
Recommended System Requirements
PCs with a lower specification than the recommended below may not fully support forward/backward and
high-speed playback.
•
•
•
•
OS : Windows XP professional, Windows Vista
CPU : Intel Core2-Duo 2.4GHz or higher
RAM : DDR PC-3200 1G or more
VGA : Geforce 6200 or higher
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Name
Description
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A toggle button. Each time you press this button, the audio output will toggle
between activated and deactivated.
Audio
You can adjust the volume level from 0 to 100.
Screen Printout
Prints out the current screen. You should have installed the appropriate
printer driver before you can print out the screen.
File Tamper
Detection
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A toggle button. Each time you press this button, it will toggle between
activated and deactivated. The closed lock icon indicates activation of the file
tamper detection, which will blink the screen three times and stop playing if
an unauthorized manipulation of a data file is detected.
 A message of "The file is forged” will display in the menu bar.
Collapses the time range that is displayed on the range bar of the storage
time. You can collapse the range bar until the overall range is shortened to 24
hours.
Zoom In/Out
Enlarges the time range that is displayed on the range bar of the storage
time. You can enlarge the range bar until the overall range is extended to 1
minute.
Display of storage time range
Displays the time range of a stored video file.
You can move the gridline of the range bar to select a time point to play.
A toggle button; each time you press this button, the "Slow Playback " icon
changes its color to display it’s activated/deactivated. If it is activated, you
can use the play speed control to adjust the play speed up to x1/32 forward
and backward respectively, whereas if deactivated, you can adjust up to x32
forward and backward.
Speed
A toggle button; each time you press this button, the "Lock Speed" icon
changes its color to display it’s activated/deactivated.
If activated, the adjusted speed will be kept even if you release the mouse on
the speed bar. If deactivated, the adjusted speed will be applied only while
you use the mouse to hold the adjusted speed, and if you release the mouse,
the speed will restore to x1.
You can adjust the play speed up to x32 forward and backward respectively,
which varies according to the frame rate per second of the source.
If the frame rate per second is between 20 and 30, the maximum speed is
limited to x4, if the FPS is between 11 and 19, it is limited to x16, and if the
FPS is 6 or less, it supports up to x32.
Displays the next frame. This is available only if the playback is stopped.
Play
A toggle button. Press it once to start playing the video and switch the button
mode to 'Pause', and press it again to switch the button mode to Play and
stop playing temporarily.
Displays the previous frame. This is available only if the playback is stopped.
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 BACKUP VIEWER
Saves the current screen as an image file. Supported file formats include
BMP and JPEG.
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PRODUCT SPECIFICATION
Item
Details
Operating System
Embedded OS
Broadcast Format
NTSC/PAL System
Input Voltage
AC 100~240V
Power Consumption
SHR-6xxx : 55W
Video In
Video
Composite 16(8) Channel
- 1.0Vp-p
- 75Ω Hi Z Termination
BNC Type
Loop Through Out 16(8) Channel
- Auto Termination
Video Out
Composite 2 Channel
- Normal Video Output 1 Channel
- Spot Output
- BNC Type
VGA 1 Channel
Audio In
Mono 4 Channel
4 Channel : RCA Type
- 5dBm, 600Ω
Audio Out
Mono 1 Channel
- 6dBm
RCA Type
Note
Audio
Resolution & Frame
Rate
Live Screen
Display Mode
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NTSC
PAL
Resolution
704x480
704x576
Frame Rate
480ips(16Ch)/
240ips(8Ch)
400ips(16Ch)/
200ips(8Ch)
Single
Split Modes:
16CH : 4-,6-,8-,9-,13-,16- splits
8CH : 4-,6-,8-,9-,13- splits
PIP
Mode sequence
Freeze
2 X Zoom
Item
Video : MPEG4
Audio : G.723
Resolution & Quality
Resolution
CIF(S)
352X240(NTSC)
/352X288(PAL)
Half D1(M)
704x240(NTSC)
/704x288(PAL)
Full D1(L)
704x480(NTSC)
/704x576(PAL)
Spec. (Quality)
240(120)ips(NTSC)/
200(100)ips(PAL)
Level8 (high)
~ Level1 (low)
120(60)ips(NTSC)/
100(50)ips(PAL)
Level8 (high)
~ Level1 (low)
60(30)ips(NTSC)/
50(25)ips(PAL)
Record Mode
Frame Rate
NTSC : 0.9, 1.9, 3.8, 7.5, 15, 30ips
PAL : 0.8, 1.6, 3.1, 6.2, 12.5, 25ips
Search Mode
Play
SHR-6082/6162/6164 : SATA HDDx5(MAX)
MAX HDD size : 500G x 5
SHR-6080/6160/6163 : SATA HDDx6(MAX)
MAX HDD size : 500G x 6
SHR-6163/4
(SHR-6160/2,
6080/2)
SHR-6163/4
(SHR-6160/2,
6080/2)
SHR-6163/4
(SHR-6160/2,
6080/2)
If you want
to add an
internal
HDD, please
refer to
“HDD
ADDITION”.
(Page 15)
Calendar Search
Event Search
- Alarm,Motion,Video Loss
Time/Date Search
Go to First
Go to Last
Backup Search
Text Search(for POS)
Motion Search
Preview
Resolution
Resolution &
Specification
Max Recording Rate
Level8 (high)
~ Level1 (low)
Normal Recording REC button
Scheduled Recording Schedule Table
Event Recording
- Alarm Detection
- Motion Detection
- Video Loss
- Pre & Post Recording
Internal
Note
CIF(S)
352X240(NTSC)
/352X288(PAL)
Half D1(M)
704x240(NTSC)
/704x288(PAL)
Full D1(L)
704x480(NTSC)
/704x576(PAL)
Specification
240(120)ips(NTSC)/
200(100)ips(PAL)
120(60)ips(NTSC)/
100(50)ips(PAL)
60(30)ips(NTSC)/
50(25)ips(PAL)
SHR-6163/4
(SHR-6160/2,
6080/2)
SHR-6163/4
(SHR-6160/2,
6080/2)
SHR-6163/4
(SHR-6160/2,
6080/2)
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Compression
Method
Record
Storage
Details
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Item
Details
Note
Single /4-/9-/13-/16-splits
SHR-616X
Single /4-/9-/13-splits
SHR-608X
Display Mode
Play
Play Mode
Play,Pause,Stop,2xDigital Zoom
Fast Forward/Fast Reverse
- 2x, 4x, 8x,16x, 32x, 64x
Backup
USB External HDD
USB CD/DVD Writer, Internal DVD(SHR-6082,6162,6164 only)
USB Memory
USB HDD-MAX 1(USB hub not supported)
Network
Ethernet : 10/100/1000 BaseT,ADSL(PPPoE),DHCP
Serial Communication
RS-485 PTZ Device Control
Remote Control Device
RS-232C POS
Alarm
Input : SHR-616x : 16 channels
SHR-608x : 8 channels
Remote Viewer
PC Requirements
CPU : Intel Core 2 Quad 2.5GHz or higher
RAM : 2G
VGA : 32M RAM(64M or more)
Direct 8.1
Operating
Systems
Windows XP(Pro),
Windows-2000(Pro)
Windows Vista(Home Basic/Premium)
Features
Live Image Monitoring Mode
Local File Search & Play Back Mode
Remote File Search & Play Back Mode
Temperature (Operation)
0°C ~ 40°C (32°F ~ 104°F)
Temperature (Storage)
-20°C ~ 60°C (-4°F ~ 140°F)
Humidity (Operation)
20% to 85% RH
Humidity (Storage)
20% to 85% RH
Dimension (W x H x D)
440 x 88 x 430mm (17.32 x 3.46 x 16.92 inch)
Weight
SHR-6162/6164 : ~7.55Kg(16.64lb)
SHR-6082 : ~7.42Kg(16.35lb)
SHR-6160/6163 : ~6.70kg(14.77lb)
SHR-6080 : ~6.57Kg(14.48lb)
It needs extra H/W to support ATM/POS function. So please contact your vendor to obtain H/W.
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• SHR-6164
 APPENDIX
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DEFAULT SETTING
This returns the factory default settings.
The settings are made as follows;
• Use System/Load Factory Default in MENU
• In Live mode, press and hold down [MODE] and then [PTZ] on the front panel for 6 seconds to reset the settings.
 The default settings are based on SHR-6164.
Category
Details
Date/Time/Language
Date/Time/Language
System Settings
Admin
Permission
Management
Setting
System Management
System Information
Camera
Camera
PTZ
Screen Setup
Device
Storage Device
Remote Device
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HDD Alarm
Factory Default
Date
YYYY-MM-DD
Time Format
24 hours
Time Zone
GMT
Time Synchronize
OFF
DST
OFF
Language
English
ID
admin
New Password
4321
Restricted Access
All
Auto Logout
3 Min
Broadcast Format
NTSC/PAL
Video
ON
Audio
OFF
CH Name
CAM 01 ~ CAM 16
SEQ-Dwell Time
5sec
ID
Camera No.
Protocol
None
Brightness
50
Contrast
50
Color
50
Check Alarm Output Port
OFF
Duration
OFF
Replace Alarm Output Port
OFF
Duration
OFF
Baudrate
9600
Parity
None
Data
8
Stop bit
1
Transfer Type
Half Duplex
System Keyboard
OFF
Remote Control
ON(00)
Category
Details
Factory Default
POS Device
OFF
Monitor
Device
Spot Out
Mode
All
5 sec
VGA
800x600
Display position setup
30
Spot Out 1
CH1 ~ CH4
Event Display
OFF
Live Mode
ALL
Play Mode
ALL
Recording Schedule
Channel 1
Event Record
Duration
PRE Event
OFF
POST Event
1 min
Normal Recording
Quality/Resolution
Event
Record Option
Disk End Mode
Event
Resolution
CIF(S)
Frame Rate
3.8 ips
Record Quality
Level 4
Resolution
Full D1(L)
Frame Rate
3.8 ips
Record Quality
Level 4
Setup
Overwrite
Disk End Beep
OFF
Auto Delete
Recording
Sensor Detection
Event
Motion Detection
OFF
Sensor Operation
OFF
Camera
Camera No.
Alarm
None
Duration
10 sec
Mode
OFF
Sensitivity
Very High
Alarm
None
Duration
10 sec
Motion Region
Video Loss Detection
All Area
Video Loss State
OFF
Alarm
None
Duration
10 sec
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Monitor
Display
Switch to Split Screen
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Category
Details
Connection
Connection Mode
Protocol
Network
DDNS
Live Transfer
Factory Default
Connection Mode
Static IP
Bandwidth
2Mbps
IP
192.168.1.200
Gateway
192.168.1.1
Subnet Mask
255.255.255.0
DNS
168.126.63.1
Protocol Type
TCP
Port (TCP)
554~557
Webviewer Port
80
DDNS Site
OFF
Resolution
CIF(S)
Quality
Low
Server
SMTP
Mailing Service
Group
Event
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OFF
Port
25
Use Authentication
OFF
Secure Transfer
Never
Group
OFF
Recipient Permission
OFF
Event Interval
10 min
Use Event Transfer
OFF
TROUBLESHOOTING
Symptom
Countermeasures
x Check if the power supply system is properly connected.
x Check the system for the input voltage from the power source.
x If the problem persists even after you have taken the above actions,
check the power supplier and replace it with a new one if neccessary.
Some channels display just a black screen even if
they receive video sources.
x Check if the camera connected to the system properly displays the
image. Sometimes, this problem may occur on a camera that is not
properly connected to the video source.
x Check if the camera is properly supplied with power.
x Sometimes, this problem may occur on a channel with weak video
signal from a video distributor that is connected to multiple systems. In
this case, input the video source of the camera directly into the DVR.
This may find the cause and solve the problem.
If I press the [REC] button on the front panel, the
REC indicator does not flash, nor the player start
recording.
x Check if there is a free space on the HDD for the recording.
x Check if the record mode is set to ON in the record mode setting.
The screen displays the logo image repeatedly.
x This may occur from a problem with the main board, or the related
software is corrupt.
Contact the nearest service center for more information.
The Channel button does not work on the Live
screen.
x The Channel button does not work if the current screen is in the event
monitoring mode.
In the event monitoring screen, press the [ALARM] button to exit the
screen and select a channel.
The cursor will not move to the Start button when I
start the calendar search.
x Check if the channel and the date that you want to play are marked with
the V symbol.
Both channel and date should be checked before you can start playing
with the Start button.
When the alarm sounds, I press the [ALARM] button
on the front panel to release the alarm but it does
not work. The alarm persists and I could not set it off
in any way.
x Press the [MENU] button on the front panel to release the alarm in the
following way:
1) To release the event monitoring mode : Monitoring Mode – set the
duration of the event monitoring to Off.
2) To release the alarm sound : Event Record Mode - Alarm (Motion
Detection/Video Loss) – deactivate the alarm sound.
3) To release the event : Event Record Mode - Alarm (Motion Detection/
Video Loss) – set the mode to Off.
No response is made even if I press the [PTZ] button
on the Live screen.
x Menu Camera Check if the current protocols and other settings in
the PTZ device are properly configured according to the PTZ camera.
I've found that the DVR does not recognize as many
disks as installed when I have connected multiple
external HDDs to the DVR.
x It takes time for the DVR to recognize multiple external HDDs. Try again
in a moment and if the problem (of failure to recognize as many HDDs
as connected) persists, it may occur due to a mechanical error of the
HDD installed. Try again with a different HDD.
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The system does not turn on and the indicator on the
front panel does not work at all.
appendix
Symptom
Countermeasures
A message of “Need to reset date/time.” Is displayed
on the screen.
This message is displayed if there occurs a problem with the time
setting of the internal clock or an error in the clock itself. Contact the
retailer or the service center for more information.
The time bar is not displayed in Search mode.
The timeline can switch between normal and extension mode.
In extension mode, the time bar may not be displayed in the current
timeline. Switch to normal mode or use the left or right button to
navigate through the time bar.
The “NO HDD” icon and an error message are
displayed.
Check the HDD for connection. If the problem persists in a normal
condition, contact the nearest service center to have the HDD checked
by the service personnel.
I have installed an additional HDD on the DVR but it
does not recognize the HDD.
See the compatibilty list to check if the additional HDD is supported by
the DVR. For the compatibility list, contact the retailer where you
purchased the DVR.
I have connected an external storage device (external
SATA HDD) to the DVR but the DVR seems not to
recognize it.
See the compatibility list of external storage devices to check if the
connected device is supported by the DVR.
For the compatibility list, contact the retailer where you purchased the
DVR.
If I press the ESC key in full screen mode of the
WebViewer, the system does not switch to a normal
split mode.
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Press the ALT+TAB keys to select ‘ACTIVE MOVIE’ and press the ESC
key again. The system will switch to a normal split mode.
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This product uses software provided under the name of GPL and LGPL. You can receive the following GPL
and LGPL source codes by email request to www.sec.co.kr.
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smartctl, uboot, minicom, openssl, bash, lm_sensors
LGPL Software : glibc, vmstat, inetutils
OpenSSL License : OpenSSL
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Everyone is permitted to copy and distribute
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Copyright (C) 1989, 1991 Free Software
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51 Franklin S
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The “Program”, below, refers to any such
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How to Apply These Terms to Your
New Programs
If you develop a new program, and you want it to be
of the greatest possible use to the public, the best
way to achieve this is to make it free software which
everyone can redistribute and change under these
terms.
To do so, attach the following notices to the
program. It is safest to attach them to the start
of each source file to most effectively convey the
exclusion of warranty; and each file should have at
least the “copyright” line and a pointer to where the
full notice is found.
one line to give the program’s name and an idea of
what it does.
Copyright (C) yyyy name of author
This program is free software; you can redistribute
it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU
General Public License as published by the Free
Software Foundation; either version 2 of the
License, or (at your option) any later version.
This program is distributed in the hope that it will
be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without
even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
GNU General Public License for more details.
You should have received a copy of the GNU
General Public License along with this program;
if not, write to the Free Software Foundation,
Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA
02110-1301, USA.
Also add information on how to contact you by
electronic and paper mail.
If the program is interactive, make it output a short
notice like this when it starts in an interactive mode:
Gnomovision version 69, Copyright (C) year name
of author Gnomovision comes with ABSOLUTELY
NO WARRANTY; for details type ‘show w’. This is
free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it
under certain conditions; type ‘show c’ for details.
The hypothetical commands ‘show w’ and ‘show
c’ should show the appropriate parts of the General
Public License. Of course, the commands you use
may be called something other than ‘show w’ and
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‘show c’; they could even be mouse-clicks or menu
items--whatever suits your program.
You should also get your employer (if you work
as a programmer) or your school, if any, to sign a
“copyright disclaimer” for the program, if necessary.
Here is a sample; alter the names:
Yoyodyne, Inc., hereby disclaims all copyright
interest in the program ‘Gnomovision’ (which makes
passes at compilers) written by James Hacker.
signature of Ty Coon, 1 April 1989
Ty Coon, President of Vice
This General Public License does not permit
incorporating your program into proprietary
programs. If your program is a subroutine library,
you may consider it more useful to permit linking
proprietary applications with the library. If this is
what you want to do, use the GNU Lesser General
Public License instead of this License.
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Copyright © 2007 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
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Everyone is permitted to copy and distribute
verbatim copies of this license document, but
changing it is not allowed.
Preamble
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The licenses for most software and other practical
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To protect your rights, we need to prevent others
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For example, if you distribute copies of such a
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