About This Document
This document contains instructions for DVR configuration and operation.
Package Contents
The package contains the following:
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Digital Video Recorder
Power Adaptor and Power Cord
Quick User Guide (This Document)
Software CD (User’s Manual included)
USB Mouse
Notice
Specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
The information contained herein is to be considered for reference only.
The software included in this product contains some Open Sources. You may obtain the complete corresponding
source code from us. See the Open Source Guide on the software CD (OpenSourceGuide\OpenSourceGuide.pdf).
Warning
WARNING
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK).
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user
to the presence of uninsulated "dangerous voltage" within the product’s enclosure that may be of
sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of
important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.
Symbol
Publication
IEC60417, No.5032
Description
Alternating current
IEC60417, No.5031
Direct current
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Important Safeguards
1. Read Instructions
All the safety and operating instructions should be read before the appliance is operated.
2. Retain Instructions
The safety and operating instructions should be retained for future reference.
3. Cleaning
Unplug this equipment from the wall outlet before cleaning it. Do not use liquid aerosol cleaners. Use a damp
soft cloth for cleaning.
4. Attachments
Never add any attachments and/or equipment without the approval of the manufacturer as such additions may
result in the risk of fire, electric shock or other personal injury.
5. Water and/or Moisture
Do not use this equipment near water or in contact with water.
6. Placement and Accessories
Do not place this equipment on an unstable cart, stand or table. The equipment may fall, causing serious injury
to a child or adult, and serious damage to the equipment.
This equipment and cart combination should be moved with care. Quick stops, excessive force, and uneven
surfaces may cause the equipment and cart combination to overturn.
Do not place this equipment on a closed space. Sufficient amount of ventilation air is necessary to avoid increase
of ambient temperature which can cause improper operation or the risk of fire.
7. Power Sources
This equipment should be operated only from the type of power source indicated on the marking label. If you
are not sure of the type of power, please consult your equipment dealer or local power company.
You may want to install a UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply) system for safe operation in order to prevent
damage caused by an unexpected power stoppage. Any questions concerning UPS, consult your UPS retailer.
This equipment should be remain readily operable.
8. Power Cords
Operator or installer must remove power and TNT connections before handling the equipment.
9. Lightning
For added protection for this equipment during a lightning storm, or when it is left unattended and unused for
long periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet and disconnect the antenna or cable system. This will prevent
damage to the equipment due to lightning and power-line surges.
10. Overloading
Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords as this can result in the risk of fire or electric shock.
11. Objects and Liquids
Never push objects of any kind through openings of this equipment as they may touch dangerous voltage points
or short out parts that could result in a fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the equipment.
12. Servicing
Do not attempt to service this equipment yourself. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
13. Damage requiring Service
Unplug this equipment from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the following
conditions:
A. When the power-supply cord or the plug has been damaged.
B. If liquid is spilled, or objects have fallen into the equipment.
C. If the equipment has been exposed to rain or water.
D. If the equipment does not operate normally by following the operating instructions, adjust only those controls
that are covered by the operating instructions as an improper adjustment of other controls may result in damage
and will often require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the equipment to its normal operation.
E. If the equipment has been dropped, or the cabinet damaged.
F. When the equipment exhibits a distinct change in performance ─ this indicates a need for service.
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14. Replacement Parts
When replacement parts are required, be sure the service technician has used replacement parts specified by the
manufacturer or that have the same characteristics as the original part. Unauthorized substitutions may result
in fire, electric shock or other hazards.
15. Safety Check
Upon completion of any service or repairs to this equipment, ask the service technician to perform safety checks
to determine that the equipment is in proper operating condition.
16. Field Installation
This installation should be made by a qualified service person and should conform to all local codes.
17. Correct Batteries
Warning: Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect type.
Replace only with the same or equivalent type.
Dispose of used batteries according to the instructions.
The battery shall not be exposed to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or the like.
18. Tmra
A manufacturer’s maximum recommended ambient temperature (Tmra) for the equipment must be specified
so that the customer and installer may determine a suitable maximum operating environment for the equipment.
Disposal
WEEE (Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment)
Correct Disposal of This Product
(Applicable in the European Union and other European countries with separate collection systems)
This marking shown on the product or its literature, indicates that it should not be disposed with other household wastes at the
end of its working life. To prevent possible harm to the environment or human health from uncontrolled waste disposal, please
separate this from other types of wastes and recycle it responsibly to promote the sustainable reuse of material resources.
Household users should contact either the retailer where they purchased this product, or their local government office, for details
of where and how they can take this item for environmentally safe recycling.
Business users should contact their supplier and check the terms and conditions of the purchase contract. This product should
not be mixed with other commercial wastes for disposal.
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Specifications
Video
Signal Format
Video Input
Monitor Outputs
Video Resolution
Record Speed
Playback Speed
NTSC or PAL (Auto Detect)
Composite or HD-TVI: 4 inputs, 1 Vp-p, auto-terminating, 75 Ohms
HDMI: 1 HDMI
VGA: 1
HDMI: 1920x1080, 1440x900, 1280x1024
VGA: 1920x1080, 1440x900, 1280x1024
120 ips @ Full HD (Real-time)
60 ips @ Full HD (Full Duplex)
Inputs/Outputs
Alarm Input
Alarm Output
Internal Buzzer
Network Connectivity
Audio Input
Audio Output
Text Input
4 terminal, programmable as NC or NO, 2.4V (NC) or 0.3V (NO) threshold,
5VDC
1 relay output, terminal blocks, 2A@125VAC, 1A@30VDC (NO)
78dB at 10cm
10/100Mbps Ethernet (RJ-45)
RCA Input: 4 Line In
RCA Output: 1, Line Out
POS Interface, ATM Interface
Connectors
Video Input
Monitor Output
Audio In
Audio Out
Alarm Input/Output
Ethernet Port
RS232 Serial Port
RS485 Serial Port
IR Port
USB Port
Composite or HD-TVI: 4 BNC
HDMI: 1 HDMI
VGA: 1 VGA
4 RCA connector
1 RCA connector
Terminal Blocks
RJ-45
Two-connector terminal block
Two-connector terminal block
1 Remote Control
2 (USB 2.0)
Storage
Primary Storage
Secondary Storage
SATA hard disk drive
USB hard disk drive or flash drive
General
Dimensions
Unit Weight*
Shipping Weight*
Shipping Dimensions
Operating Temperature
Operating Humidity
Power
Power Consumption*
Approvals
11.8" (W) x 2.4" (H) x 9.1" (D) (300mm x 62mm x 232mm)
6.39 lbs. (2.9kg) with 2TB 2HDDs
9.48 lbs. (4.3kg)
15.4" (W) x 4.4" (H) x 14.2" (D) (390mm x 113mm x 360mm)
32°F to 104°F (0°C to 40°C)
0% to 90%
Adaptor: input – 100-240V~, 50/60Hz, 1.5A, output – 12V , 5A
12V , 1.3A, 15.6W (6TB 2HDDs)
FCC, CE
* When two hard disk drives of 2TB are installed, the value was measured.
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Table of Contents
Installation ............................................................................................................................................7
Video Input .......................................................................................................................................7
Audio In/Out ......................................................................................................................................7
Alarm Input/Output ...........................................................................................................................7
Factory Reset Switch .......................................................................................................................8
Video Out ..........................................................................................................................................8
Network Port .....................................................................................................................................8
RS232 Port .......................................................................................................................................8
RS485 Port .......................................................................................................................................9
Power Cord Connector.....................................................................................................................9
Configuration ........................................................................................................................................9
Front Panel Buttons and LEDs ........................................................................................................9
IR Remote Control..........................................................................................................................11
Turning on the Power .....................................................................................................................12
Shutting down the System .............................................................................................................12
Initial Unit Setup .............................................................................................................................13
Setup Wizard ..................................................................................................................................14
Operation ............................................................................................................................................17
Live Monitoring ...............................................................................................................................17
Searching Video .............................................................................................................................18
Remote Program ................................................................................................................................20
WebGuard ......................................................................................................................................20
iRAS ................................................................................................................................................21
RAS Mobile .....................................................................................................................................21
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Installation
No special tools are required to install the DVR. Refer to the installation manuals for the other items that make
up part of your system.
Your DVR can be used with either NTSC or PAL equipment.
NOTE:
You cannot mix NTSC and PAL equipment. For example you cannot use a PAL camera and an
NTSC monitor.
< DVR rear panel >
Video Input
Video Out
RS232 Port
Audio In/Out
Network Port
RS485 Port
Factory Reset Switch
Alarm Input/Output
Power Cord Connector
Video Input
Your DVR can record audio from up to four sources. Connect the audio sources to Audio In
1, Audio In 2, Audio In 3 and Audio In 4 as needed using RCA jacks. Connect Audio
Out to your amplifier.
Connect the coaxial cables from the video sources to the BNC Video In connectors.
Audio In/Out
Your DVR can record audio from up to four sources. Connect the audio sources to
Audio In 1, Audio In 2, Audio In 3 and Audio In 4 as needed using RCA jacks.
Connect Audio Out to your amplifier.
NOTE:
It is the user’s responsibility to determine if local laws and regulations permit recording audio.
The DVR does not have amplified audio output, so you will need a speaker with an amplifier. The
DVR does not have a pre-amplifier for audio input, so the audio input should be from an amplified
source, not directly from a microphone.
Alarm Input/Output
NOTE: To make connections on the Alarm Connector Strip, press and hold the button and
insert the wire in the hole below the button. After releasing the button, tug gently on the
wire to make certain it is connected. To disconnect a wire, press and hold the button above
the wire and pull out the wire.
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AI 1 to 4 (Alarm-In): You can use external devices to signal the DVR to react to events. Mechanical or electrical
switches can be wired to the AI (Alarm-In) and GND (Ground) connectors. The threshold voltage of electrical
switches for NC (Normally Closed) is above 2.4V and for NO (Normally Open) is below 0.3V, and should be
stable at least 0.5 seconds to be detected. The voltage range of alarm input is from 0V to 5V.
GND (Ground): Connect the ground side of the Alarm input and/or alarm output to the GND connector.
NOTE:
All the connectors marked GND are common.
NO (Normally Open): Connect the device to the COM and NO (Normally Open) connector. NO is a relay
output which sinks 2A@125VAC and 1A@30VDC.
Factory Reset Switch
The DVR has a Factory Reset switch to the left of the HDMI connector on the rear panel.
This switch will only be used on the rare occasions that you want to return all the settings to
the original factory settings.
CAUTION: When using the Factory Reset, you will lose any settings you have saved.
To reset the unit, you will need a straightened paperclip:
1. Turn the DVR off.
2. Turn it on again.
3. While the DVR is initializing, the front panel LEDs will blink. When the front panel LEDs blink, poke
the straightened paperclip into the unlabeled hole to the left of the HDMI connector.
4. Hold the switch until the DVR’s internal buzzer sounds twice.
5. Release the reset switch. All of the DVR’s settings are now at the original settings it had when it left the factory.
Video Out
NOTE: Connect the monitor before the DVR boots so that video can be displayed on
the monitor with the resolution you have set during system setup. If you want to use
both the HDMI and VGA Monitor connectors, one of the monitors should be
connected before the DVR boots, and the other monitor should be connected after
the DVR boots.
An HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) connector is provided so that you can use an HDMI monitor
as your main monitor.
A VGA connector is provided so that you can use a standard, multi-sync computer monitor as your main monitor.
Use the cable supplied with your monitor to connect it to the DVR.
Network Port
The DVR can be networked using the 10Mb/100Mb/1Gb Ethernet connector. Connect a Cat5e
cable with an RJ-45 jack to the DVR connector. The DVR can be networked with a computer for
remote monitoring, searching, configuration and software upgrades.
CAUTION:
The network connector is not designed to be connected directly with cable or
wire intended for outdoor use.
RS232 Port
An RS232 port is provided to connect remote control devices such as a control keyboard. PTZ
cameras or text-in devices can also be connected to the RS232 port.
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RS485 Port
The DVR can be controlled remotely by an external device or control system, such as a control
keyboard, using RS485 half-duplex serial communications signals. The RS485 connector can also
be used to control PTZ (pan, tilt, zoom) cameras. Connect RX+/TX+ and RX-/TX- of the control
system to the + and – (respectively) of the DVR.
Power Cord Connector
Connect the connector of the adaptor to the DVR, and connect the AC power cord to the adaptor
and then to the wall outlet.
WARNING: ROUTE POWER CORDS SO THAT THEY ARE NOT A TRIPPING HAZARD.
MAKE CERTAIN THE POWER CORD WILL NOT BE PINCHED OR ABRADED BY
FURNITURE. DO NOT INSTALL POWER CORDS UNDER RUGS OR CARPET.
THE POWER CORD HAS A GROUNDING PIN. IF YOUR POWER OUTLET DOES
NOT HAVE A GROUNDING PIN RECEPTACLE, DO NOT MODIFY THE PLUG.
DO NOT OVERLOAD THE CIRCUIT BY PLUGGING TOO MANY DEVICES IN TO
ONE CIRCUIT.
Configuration
Front Panel Buttons and LEDs
< DVR front panel >
Camera Buttons
Arrow Buttons
PTZ/Zoom Button
Display Button
NOTE:
HDD LED
Play/Pause Button
Group/Sequence Button
Panic Button
Alarm LED
Menu Button
Search Button
USB Connector
A separate Alarm button on the front panel is not provided. Pressing any button on the front panel
resets alarm output including the internal buzzer when the alarm is activated. However, when you
are in the menu or PTZ mode, you have to exit the menu or PTZ mode first to reset alarm output.
The infrared sensor on the DVR is just to the right of the arrow buttons. Make certain that nothing
blocks the sensor, or the remote control will not function properly.
When you use wireless communication devices (such as Wi-Fi or Bluetooth) near the DVR, the
remote control might not function properly.
You can also use a USB mouse (not supplied) to navigate through the screens and menus much
like you would on a computer.
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Camera Buttons
Pressing the individual camera buttons will cause the selected camera to display full
screen.
In the PTZ mode, pressing the button 1 zooms in the screen and the button 2 zooms out
the screen, pressing the button 3 focuses near and button 4 focuses far.
HDD LED
The HDD LED flickers when the DVR is recording or searching video on the hard disk
drive.
Alarm LED
The Alarm LED is lit when alarm output or internal buzzer is activated.
Arrow Buttons
These buttons are used to navigate through menus and GUI. You can also use them to
change numbers by highlighting a number in the menu and using the Up and Down arrow
buttons to increase or decrease the number’s value.
These buttons are also used to control Pan and Tilt when in the PTZ mode. When in
the PIP display format, pressing the Up and Down arrow buttons moves the position
of the small screen counter-clockwise and clockwise, and pressing the Left and Right
buttons changes the PIP screen size.
In the playback mode, pressing the
button plays video backward at high speed.
Pressing the button again toggles the playback speed from ,
and
(X16,
button plays video forward at high speed.
X32, X64, X128, X256). Pressing the
Pressing the button again toggles the playback speed from ,
and
(X16,
X32, X64, X128, X256). When in the pause mode, pressing the button moves to the
next image and pressing the button moves to the previous image.
Play/Pause Button
In the live monitoring mode, pressing the
button freezes the current screen and
the screen displays icon. When in the playback mode, pressing the
button plays
back images at regular speed or pauses playing video.
Pressing the
button selects a highlighted item or completes an entry that you
have made during system setup.
The LED around the
button is lit when the unit is On.
Menu Button
In the Live Monitoring mode and Search mode, pressing the MENU button displays the
menu icons on the right edge of the screen. Pressing the button again hides the menu icons.
During menu setup, pressing the button closes the current menu or setup dialog box.
Pressing and holding the button for three seconds or longer enters the cameo mode and
allows you to change the screen layout.
PTZ/Zoom Button
Pressing the PTZ/ZOOM button zooms in the current image in double on the screen. You
can use the arrow buttons to move the rectangle to another area. Pressing the
button zooms in the image in rectangle.
Pressing and holding the button for three seconds or longer enters the PTZ (Pan/Tilt/Zoom)
mode and the PTZ icon flickers. Pressing the button again exits the PTZ mode. Pressing the
arrow buttons or MENU button allows you to control properly configured cameras.
Group/Sequence
Button
When in the live mode, pressing the GROUP/SEQUENCE button changes the screen from the
current camera group to the next camera group, and the screen displays the page number.
Pressing and holding the button for three seconds or longer displays live channels
sequentially.
Search Button
Pressing the SEARCH button enters the search mode, and pressing the button again exits
the search mode. When entering the search mode, video is paused. Pressing the
button plays back video at regular speed.
In the Search mode, pressing and holding the button for three seconds or longer allows
you to copy video clips.
When in one of the multi-view formats, pressing this button enters the Triplex mode.
The DVR supports the Triplex function: monitoring, recording and playing back at the
same time.
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Display Button
Pressing the DISPLAY button toggles between different display formats. The available
formats are: PIP and 2x2.
Panic Button
Pressing the PANIC button starts panic recoding of all camera channels, and displays on
the screen. Pressing the button again will stop panic recording.
IR Remote Control
ID Button
Camera Buttons
Sequence Button
Freeze Button
Arrow Buttons
Menu Button
Playback Buttons
Panic Button
Layout Button
Zoom Button
PTZ Button
Enter Button
Alarm Button
PTZ Control Buttons
Back Up Button
Calendar Button
ID Button
If a DVR System ID is set to 0, the infrared remote control will control that DVR without
any additional operations. If the system ID is 1 to 16, you must to press the ID button
and then press the number button (1 to 16 (+10 & 6)) in order to control that DVR. If
the System ID of two or more DVRs is set to 0, those DVRs will react to the infrared
remote control at the same time.
Camera Buttons
Pressing the individual camera buttons will cause the selected camera to display full
screen. Buttons are also used to enter passwords.
Sequence Button
When in the Live Monitoring mode, pressing the SEQUENCE button displays live channels
sequentially.
Freeze Button
Pressing the FREEZE button freezes the current live screen.
Arrow Buttons
These buttons are used to navigate through menus and GUI. You can also use them to
change numbers by highlighting a number in the menu and using the Up and Down arrow
buttons to increase or decrease the number’s value. These buttons are also used to control
Pan and Tilt when in the PTZ mode.
When in the PIP display format, pressing the Up and Down arrow buttons moves the
position of the small screen counter-clockwise and clockwise.
Pressing the Left and Right buttons moves through screen pages in the Live Monitoring
mode and Search mode.
Menu Button
In the Live Monitoring mode and Search mode, pressing the MENU button displays the
menu icons on the right edge of the screen. Pressing the button again hides the menu
icons. During menu setup, pressing the button closes the current menu or setup dialog box.
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Playback Buttons
Rewind: Pressing the
button plays video backward at high speed. Pressing the button
again toggles the playback speed from
,
and
(X16, X32, X64, X128,
X256).
Play/Pause: Pressing the
button plays back video at regular speed and pressing
the button again pauses video.
Fast Forward: Pressing the
button plays video forward at high speed. Pressing the
button again toggles the playback speed from ,
and
(X16, X32, X64,
X128, X256).
Stop: Pressing the
button stops playback and enters the Live Monitoring mode.
Backward: When in the pause mode, pressing the
button moves to the previous image.
Forward: When in the pause mode, pressing the
button moves to the next image.
In the Live Monitoring mode, pressing any playback button enters to the Search mode.
Panic Button
Pressing the PANIC button starts panic recoding of all camera channels, and displays on
the screen. Pressing the button again will stop panic recording.
Layout Button
Pressing the LAYOUT button toggles between different display formats. The available
formats are: PIP and 2x2.
Zoom Button
Pressing the ZOOM button zooms the current image on the screen. A PIP with a rectangle
temporarily displays showing what area of the screen has been enlarged. You can use
the arrow buttons to move the rectangle to another area.
PTZ Button
Pressing the PTZ button enters the PTZ (Pan/Tilt/Zoom) mode which allows you to control
properly configured cameras.
Enter Button
The button selects a highlighted item or completes an entry that you have made during
system setup.
Alarm Button
Pressing the ALARM button resets the DVR’s outputs including the internal buzzer during
an alarm.
PTZ Control
Buttons
While in the PTZ mode, the PRESET buttons are used to save Presets and load a Preset
View, the ZOOM buttons are used to Zoom In and Zoom Out, and the FOCUS buttons
are used for Near Focus and Far Focus.
Back Up Button
Pressing the BACK UP button allows you to copy video clips.
Calendar Button
In the search mode, pressing the CALENDAR button displays the Calendar Search screen.
Turning on the Power
Connecting the power cord to the DVR turns on the unit. The unit takes approximately 50 seconds to initialize.
Shutting down the System
Select the System menu → General → System Shutdown and press the
button. The Shutdown
screen displays asking you to confirm whether or not you want to shut the system down. After selecting
Shutdown in the screen and pressing the
button, a screen will appear telling you when it is safe to
disconnect power.
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Initial Unit Setup
Before using your DVR for the first time, you will want to establish the initial settings. This includes items
such as time and date, display language, camera, remote control, record mode, network and password. Your
DVR can be set up using various screens and dialog boxes.
Press the MENU button or move the mouse pointer on the right edge of the screen and then select
the Live Monitoring menu to enter the setup screens. The Login screen appears.
(Login) in
Select a User and enter the password by pressing the appropriate
combination of Camera number buttons and then the
button. There is no default password when logging in the admin
user for the first time. If you do not know the password, click the
button for guidance.
Press the MENU button or move the mouse pointer on the right edge of the screen and then select
the Live Monitoring menu.
System Setup
Record Setup
(Setup) in
System
Device
Record
Network
Event
Notification
Camera
Display
Event Setup
Camera Setup
General
General
Motion
General
Date/Time
Schedule
Alarm-In
PTZ
User
Pre-Event
Video Loss
Storage
Video Blind
System Event
Text-In
Device Setup
Network Setup
Notification Setup
Display Setup
Audio
Alarm-Out
General
LAN
Callback
Mail
OSD
Main Monitor
FEN
SNS
Remote Control
RTSP
FTP
WebGuard
Schedule
VNC
NetFS
NOTE:
For detailed descriptions of the system setup, refer to the User’s Manual on the software CD.
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Setup Wizard
Select the System menu → General → Wizard and press the
button. The Wizard setup screen appears.
The Wizard setup guides you through configuring the system for basic operation.
Select either Quick wizard or Network wizard and
select the Next button to start the selected setup
wizard.
If you selected the Quick wizard, selecting the
Next button starts the Quick Setup Wizard.
Date/Time Setup
 Date: Set the system date and select the date
format.
 Time: Set the system time and select the time
format.
 Time Zone: Select your time zone. The Time
Zone can be selected on the map.
 Use Daylight Saving Time: Selecting the box
sets the system to use daylight saving time.
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Record Method Setup
 Select the desired recording mode from:
– Motion Event Record (Recommended)
– Continuous & Motion Event Record
– Continuous Record
Record Video Quality Setup
 Select the desired video quality profile from:
– Higher Video Quality Priority Profile
– Standard Recording Profile
– Longer Recording Time Priority Profile
Select the Finish button to finish the Quick Setup
Wizard and select the Go to Network Setup button
to start the Network Setup.
If you selected the Go to Network Setup, select
the Next button to start the Network Setup Wizard.
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Internet Connection
Select whether or not your DVR is connected to the
Internet.
LAN Setup
Select between Auto Configuration and Manual
Configuration for network configuration, and
then select the Test button to test the network
configuration you selected.
FEN Setup
 FEN Name: Enter the DVR name to be
registered on the FEN server. The FEN Name
you entered should be checked by selecting
Test, otherwise the FEN changes will not be
saved.
Select the Finish button to finish the Setup Wizard.
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Operation
Live Monitoring
While in the live monitoring mode, pressing the MENU button displays the following Live Monitoring menu on
the right edge of the screen. Pressing the MENU button again hides the menu. You can navigate through menus
and items by pressing the arrow buttons.
Login/Logout
Display
Previous Group
Next Group
Freeze
Alarm
Panic
Sequence
Camera Menu
Search
Setup
Status
Login/Logout
Display
Previous/Next
Group
Freeze
Alarm
Panic
Sequence
Selecting accesses the Login screen, and you will be asked to select a User and enter
the password to log into the system. Selecting displays the Logout screen asking you
to confirm whether or not you want to log out the current user.
Selecting displays the Display Menu.
 Full Screen: Selecting
and choosing the camera number button displays the selected
camera full screen.
 PIP, 2x2: Selecting
or
displays the cameras in the selected multiview
screen mode.
 Camera/Status OSD: Selecting Camera OSD or Status OSD toggles Camera
OSD or Status OSD On and Off.
Selecting
or
moves to the previous or next page.
Selecting
will freeze the current image on the screen until you select again.
Selecting resets the DVR’s outputs including the internal buzzer during an alarm.
Selecting
starts panic recording of all cameras, and selecting
again stops panic
recording.
Selecting
causes the cameras to display sequentially, and selecting again exits
the Sequence mode.
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Camera Menu
Search
Setup
Status
Selecting displays the Camera Menu.
 PTZ: Selecting PTZ and choosing the camera number allows you to control the selected
camera as long as it has Pan, Tilt and Zoom capabilities.
 Zoom: Selecting Zoom and choosing the camera number zooms the current image
of the selected camera on the screen.
 Audio: Selecting Audio toggles audio output On and Off.
 Color Control: Selecting Color Control and choosing the camera number allows
you to control brightness, contrast, hue and saturation for each camera for the selected
camera.
 Edit Group: Selecting Edit Group enters to the Active Cameo mode.
Selecting displays the Search Menu.
 All Channels: Selecting All Channels exits the live monitoring mode and enters the
search mode.
 Triplex: Selecting Triplex enters the Triplex mode.
Selecting
enters the Main Setup screen.
Selecting
will allow you to check the status of the DVR’s system, inputs and storage.
Searching Video
While in the search mode, pressing the MENU button displays the following Search menu on the right edge of
the screen. Pressing the MENU button again hides the menu. You can navigate through menus and items by
pressing the arrow buttons.
Search
Go To
Bookmark
Display
Previous Group
Next Group
Alarm
Panic
Camera Menu
Export
Status
Data Source
Exit
Search
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Selecting displays the Search menu.
 Event Log Search: Selecting Event Log Search selects video from the event log.
 Record Table Search: Selecting Record Table Search selects using a recording table.
 Motion Search: Selecting Motion Search selects motion events.
 Text-In Search: Selecting Text-In Search selects text input strings.
Go To
Bookmark
Display
Previous/Next
Group
Alarm
Panic
Camera Menu
Export
Status
Data Source
Exit
Selecting displays the Go to menu.
 Go to the First: Selecting Go to the First displays the first recorded image.
 Go to the Last: Selecting Go to the Last displays the last recorded image.
 Go to the Date/Time: Selecting Go to the Date/Time allows you to set the date
and time you want to search for video.
Selecting
adds the current playback point to the bookmark list.
Selecting displays the Display Menu.
 Full Screen: Selecting
and choosing the camera number button displays the selected
camera full screen.
 Camera/Status OSD: Selecting Camera OSD or Status OSD toggles Camera
OSD or Status OSD On and Off.
Selecting
or
moves to the previous or next page.
Selecting resets the DVR’s outputs including the internal buzzer during an alarm.
Selecting
starts panic recording of all cameras, and selecting
again stops panic
recording.
Selecting displays the Camera Menu.
 Zoom: Selecting Zoom and choosing the camera number zooms the current playback
image of the selected camera on the screen.
 Audio: Selecting Audio toggles audio playback On and Off.
 Show/Hide Text-In: Selecting Show Text-In or Hide Text-In shows or hides the
text-in data on the screen if the video was recorded with text-in data.
 Edit Group: Selecting Edit Group enters to the Active Cameo mode.
Selecting displays the Export menu.
 A–B Clip-Copy: Selecting A–B Clip-Copy will set the starting point of the video to
be clip copied, and the icon displays at the bottom-left corner of the screen. Selecting
A–B Clip-Copy again will set the ending point of the video to be clip copied and
displays the Clip-Copy screen.
 Clip-Copy: Select Clip-Copy, and the Clip-Copy screen appears to allow clip copy
setup.
 Print: Selecting Print allows you to print a selected image.
Selecting
will allow you to check the status of the DVR’s system, inputs and storage.
Selecting allows you to select the data source to be searched.
Selecting
exits the search mode and enters the live monitoring mode.
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Remote Program
WebGuard
WebGuard allows you to access a remote DVR, monitor live video images and search recorded video using
Internet Explorer web browser anytime from virtually anywhere.
Start Internet Explorer on your local PC. You can run the WebGuard program by entering the following
information in the address field.
– “http://IP address:port number” (The DVR IP address and the WebGuard port number (default: 12088) set
in the Network setup screen (WebGuard tab))
– Or, “http://FEN server address/FEN name” (The FEN server address and the FEN name registered on the
FEN server)
– Or, “http://www.dvronline.net” (Entering the DVR IP address or the FEN name will be required when logging in)
Select between the WEBWATCH (Web monitoring) and WEBSEARCH
(Web search) modes. Entering ID and PASSWORD and clicking the [LOGIN]
button logs in using the selected mode.
You will need to enter the DVR IP address in the DVR ADDRESS field when
running the WebGuard program by entering http://www.dvronline.net. Selecting
the Use DVRNS option allows you to enter the FEN name registered on the
FEN server instead of the IP address. You must enter the FEN server
address and port number in the SETUP setting when selecting the Use
DVRNS option.
Web Monitoring
NOTE:
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Web Search
For detailed instructions on operating the WebGuard program, refer to the User’s Manual on the
software CD.
iRAS
iRAS program, which is designed to be used with remote digital video recorder, is an integrated software program
that controls system management, video monitoring, video recording and image playback of multiple remote sites.
CAUTION: If an older version of iRAS software is installed on your computer, a screen appears
asking you to upgrade the software. In this case, you are required to upgrade the
software according to the instructions in the screen.
Insert the installation CD and install the iRAS software following the instructions.
After installing the iRAS software, run the iRAS program as follows: Go to the Start menu on the PC → Click
iRAS → Enter login information.
NOTE:
For detailed instructions on operating the iRAS program, refer to the User’s Manual on the software
CD.
RAS Mobile
RAS Mobile allows you to access remote sites and monitor live video using mobile devices anytime from virtually
anywhere.
CAUTION: This program uses large amounts of data and you are responsible for all data
charges. Please contact your service provider’s customer service to confirm or
add an unlimited data plan.
Android-based mobile devices
1. Open the Play Store (Google Play)
on your Android device.
2. In Play Store (Google Play), enter RAS Mobile in the search field.
3. Install RAS Mobile and open it.
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NOTE:
To uninstall RAS Mobile, go to Settings → Applications → Manage applications. Select RAS Mobile
and press Uninstall.
4. Press the Menu button on your mobile device. The following start-up screen will appear.
 New site: Registers device.
 Delete site: Deletes device. Only displayed when a registered device exists.
5. Register the device by pressing New Site and entering the device information.
 General: Enter a name of the device to be used in RAS Mobile.
 Connection Info: Configure FEN, remote address, and remote port settings.
NOTE: Deselect the checkbox if FEN is not enabled on the device. If using a separate
FEN server, tap
(Settings) to configure FEN server settings. For more details,
contact your FEN server administrator.
NOTE: If FEN feature is not enabled on the device, deselect Use FEN checkbox
and enter the device's IP address under Address. Default value is recommended
for the Port setting.
 Accounts: Enter the User ID and Password used to login to the device.
iOS-based mobile devices
1. Open App Store on your device.
2. In App Store, enter RAS Mobile I in the search field.
3. Install RAS Mobile I and open it.
NOTE:
To remove the RAS Mobile I program, press and hold the program icon for 2 seconds and then
press the  button.
4. Press the
(New Registration) button on the title bar at the top. The following menu will appear.
 General: Enter a name of the device to be used in RAS
Mobile I.
 Connection Info: Configure FEN, remote address, and
remote port settings.
NOTE: Deselect the checkbox if FEN is not enabled on
the device. If using a separate FEN server, tap (Settings)
to configure FEN server settings. For more details, contact
your FEN server administrator.
NOTE: If FEN feature is not enabled on the device, deselect
Use FEN checkbox and enter the device's IP address under
Address. Default value is recommended for the Port setting.
 Accounts: Enter the User ID and Password used to login
to the device.
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