25.5” QUICK SETUP GUIDE 2.2 Dynamic IP Address 8. The window to input Host Name will pop up, and select the dyndns.org or the dvrdns.org on the pop-up window. 9. To complete, click the Add Host button on the bottom. 10. After registration, go to the DDNS menu on the DVR. The IP is automatically allocated via router. Therefore the IP address, Subnet mask, and Gateway address will be automatically allocated. 3. How to Setup Networking 3.1 Router Fig. 11 Type an IP Address 4. How to set Screen Resolution and Color Quality It has to be set as a virtual server (or port forwarding) in order to utilize Internet Explorer and Mobile Phones. Please read the manufacturer’s manual thoroughly before setting. Do not use the public port numbers. 11” CONTENTS: Fig. 9 Port Forwarding 3.1.1 Port Forwarding Forward port 80 (HTTP), 34567 (TCP) and 37778 (UDP) as shown in Fig. 9. Example You should type the protocol (http://), the IP address or the Host name and the port number in the IP address box as follows. - Click Start, point to Control Panel and then click on it. - Double-click Display icon. - In Display Properties Window, select Settings. - Set Colors as True color (32 bit) and Screen area as 1024 by 768 pixels. 3.2 Setup on DVR 3.2.1 IP Setup 5. Connecting the DVR System 5.1 By Internet Explorer - Click the DHCP box ① in the Network menu as shown in Fig. 8, and then the box will be turned from black to white color. - In the IP address box of Internet Explorer, type an IP address or the Host name and the Port number of the DVR system as shown in Fig.11. Example 1: if the http port number is 80, http://192.168.1.121 Example 2: if the http port number is not 80, http://188.8.131.52:2005, or http://joseph.dyndns.org:2005. STEP 1: Identify all of the following pieces STEP 4: Networking STEP 2: Getting Connected 1. 2. 2.1 2.2 STEP 3: Setup & Operation 1. 2. 3. 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 4. Login System Set Time & Date Recording Schedule (Timer) Recording Manual (Continuous) Recording Motion Recording Other Recording Search (Playback) Connect Ethernet Cable Setup IP on the System (DVR) Static IP address Dynamic IP address 3. How to Setup Networking 3.1 Router 3.1.1 Port Forwarding 3.2 Setup on DVR 3.2.1 IP Setup 3.2.2 DDNS Setup 3.2.3 Registration to Dyndns.org 4. How to set Screen Resolution and Color Quality 5. Connecting the DVR System 5.1 By Internet Explorer 5.2 By Mobile Phones 5.2.1 Apple iPhone 5.2.2 Other Mobile Phones - Click GO or press Enter key, then the Web Server window as shown in Fig. 12 will show up. - Click the Save at the bottom line of Network Setting. Please retain the IP information for the next step. 3.2.2 DDNS Setup - After registration, enter the Domain Name (e.g.: joseph.dyndns.org), User Name and Password. DDNS (Dynamic Domain Name System) is a method of keeping a domain name linked to a changing IP address. This is a useful feature since many computers do not use a static IP address. - Click the Enable box and the OK in Fig. 10. - Click the Save at the bottom line of Network Menu. Fig. 12 Web Server - Connect to the App Store on iPhone or iTunes on your computer. - Search “VS500”. - Download the VS500 and install it on your iPhone. We recommend using WIFI for downloading and installing the App. Please see Apple iPhone on page 97 in the manual for more information. - Enter the User Name and Password in Fig. 12. The factory default User Name is Admin (case is sensitive) and Password is “888888”. - Click the Login, then the Web Server as shown in Fig. 13 will be displayed. 3.2.3 Registration to the DDNS server (Example) - Scroll up/down the mouse to search DDNS in the ADVANCED SETTING ② as shown in Fig.8. Visit at www.dyndns.org to register. - Double-click on the DDNS, and then the DDNS menu will show up as shown in Fig. 10. Registration to DYNDNS.ORG 1. Visit at www.dyndns.com. 2. Sign up for a new user name and a password: Click the Create Account on the upper right hand corner. 3. After signup new user, check your e-mail and confirm an e-mail from dyndns.com. 4. Go back to www.dyndns.com and log in with the ID and the Password. 5. After log in on dyndns.com front page, click on my services. 6. Click on the Add Host Service (Next to Host Level Service). 7. Click the Add Dynamic DNS Host on the Dynamic DNS. Fig. 10 DDNS Menu - Select one of DDNS among ORAY DDNS, COOL DDNS, CN99DDNS and DYNDNS DDNS. - Visit to the relevant website to register for an account (See section 3.2.3). STEP 1: Identify all of the following pieces STEP 2: Getting Connected Connect Cameras to the DVR - Connect the first camera to CH1 input located on the back of the DVR using the provided BNC to BNC cable. 1. Model # PAC0420 5.2.2 Other Mobile Phones 2 This DVR is compatible with most of mobile phones such as Windows Mobile, Symbian Phone, Android Mobile and Blackberry Mobile. Please see section 7.1 through 7.4 on page 86 through 91. 1 Please read the instruction manual thoroughly for more information. Fig.13 Web Server - Click the Open All (Main) ① in Fig. 13 to display all the images (4Ch) or each cameras (CAM1, CAM2, CAM3 and CAM4) ②. 5.2 By Mobile Phones 5.2.1 Apple iPhone For technical support call 1-877-799-8500 - Connect the remaining cameras to CH2 through CH4 inputs accordingly. 1 - 4Ch Standalone DVR 4 - Indoor/Outdoor Cameras built-in CDS Sensor & Mounting Bracket 4 - 60’ BNC to BNC Cables 1 - AC Power Supply for DVR (DC 12V 3A) 1 - AC Power Supply for 4 cameras (4 DC outputs, DC 12V 3A) 1 - Software for Mobile Viewers 1 - Instruction Manual 1 - Quick Setup Guide 1 - Warranty registration card 1 - Remote Controller 2 - Batteries 1 - USB Mouse 1 - RJ-45 Cable Connect the Mouse Connect the included mouse to the USB Port located on the back of the DVR. QUICK SETUP GUIDE Connect the AC Power Supply Connect the DC plug to the DC Jack on the back of DVR and the AC socket to a wall outlet. STEP 3: Setup and Operation 3.1 Schedule (Timer) Recording 1. Login System The DVR comes with a number of presets. Presets allow users to record without extensive setups. Therefore immediate recording is possible by connecting the DC plug to the DC jack on the back of DVR and the Red HDD LED on the front panel will come on to indicate that recording has begun. This is a factory default setting recording mode. - Right-click anywhere on the screen in the Live mode to display SYSTEM MENU. Connection Completed 11” DVR is now ready to operate. Screen will display all connected cameras. 3 - Click the MAIN MENU in the SYSTEM MENU, then the SYSTEM LOGIN window will appear as shown Fig. 1. - Select User Name in the SYSTEM LOGIN window by using the Down button. - Click the box for Password to enter the Password by using the numeric keypad. - Access the MAIN MENU by clicking the OK button after entering the Password. - The Default Password for Admin is “888888”. - Right-click anywhere on the screen in the live mode to enter the SYSTEM MENU. - Click the MAIN MENU in the SYSTEM MENU. - Select the Record on TAP menu, and then click the Schedule icon. - Select the Schedule among Schedule, Manual and Stop in the Schedule window as shown in Fig. 3 by clicking the mouse. - Click the Save button at the bottom line of Schedule window. 5 - Click the Save button at the bottom line of Motion Detection window. Fig.3 Schedule Window 3.2 Manual (Continuous) Recording - Right-click anywhere on the screen in the Live mode to enter the SYSTEM MENU. - Click the MAIN MENU in the SYSTEM MENU. - Select the Setting on TAP menu, and then select General icon. - Select the values of the System Time (month/date/year/hour/minute/second and AM or PM) in the General Setting as shown in Fig. 2 by clicking the mouse, and then change the values by using the numeric keypad. - Click the Save button at the bottom line of General Setting. - To exit, right-click until you can back to the Live mode. - Select ALL or Channel(s) on the Manual REC Mode in the Record Control window as shown in Fig. 4, then click OK to start the Manual (Continuous) Recording. 4 Fig. 2 General Setting Fig. 4 Record Control 3. Recording This system provides Watchdog function. When power goes off during recording and the power turns on, the system will automatically start recording. Recording icon ( ) is displayed in the bottom left corner of the respective channel screen. 3.3 Motion Recording The Motion Recording Mode represents the recording only when a motion is detected. - Click MAIN MENU in the SYSTEM MENU. - Select the Record on TAP menu, and then click the Schedule icon. 6 - To exit, right-click until you can back to the Live mode. 3.4 Other Recording Mode Refer to the manual. - In order to record continuously, press the REC button on the front panel in the live mode, then the Record Control window will appear. 4. Search (Playback) - Select the Channel, Schedule and MD in the Schedule window as shown in Fig. 5 by clicking the mouse. STEP 4: Networking 1. Connect Ethernet Cable - Select the Alarm on Tap menu, and then Motion Detection icon - Select the Channel, Enable, Sensitivity, Region and Record CHN as shown in Fig. 6 by clicking the mouse. 7 Connect the Ethernet cable (RJ-45) to back of the DVR and the other end to one of your router’s LAN Ports (not included). 2. Setup IP on the system (DVR) - Right-click anywhere on the screen in the live mode to enter the SYSTEM MENU. - Click the MAIN MENU in the SYSTEM MENU. - Select the Setting on TAP menu, and then click the Network icon. 5 6 Fig. 7 Search Menu - Select Channel(s) by clicking the Select all ① or Channel number(s) ②. - Set the Start Time/Date ③ you would like to search. - Click the Search ④, then the recording file lists ⑤ will be displayed. - To playback, press the ( ) button on the front panel or click the Search icon in the Record menu or click “Record Playback” in the SYSTEM MENU, then the Search menu as shown in Fig. 7 will be displayed. When the system uses the same IP address every time it connects to the network, it is known as a Static IP address. If the system’s IP address changes frequently, it is called a Dynamic IP address. Check with your Internet Service Provider (ISP) to determine which IP address was given. Fig. 5 Motion Setting 4 3 Fig. 6 Motion Detection Fig. 1 System Login It is important to set the time and date before commencing any operation of the Digital Video Recorder. To setup Time & Date, you must be in the Live mode. 1 - To exit, right-click until you can back to the live mode. - Set the Recording Start Time and End Time in military time (24-hour clock) in the Schedule 1 as shown Fig.3 by using the numeric keypad. 2. Set Time and Date 2 - Double-click one of the lists ⑥. 1 8 2 Fig. 8 Network Menu 2.1 Static IP Address Contact your ISP (Internet Service Provider) to obtain Static IP Address information. - Do not click the DHCP box ① at this time and enter Static IP Address, Subnet Mask, Gateway and DNS in the Network Menu shown in Fig. 8. - Click the Save at the bottom line of Network Setting.