Digital Disk Recorder
Installation Guide
WJ-RT416 Series
Model No.
HDD
SEQUENCE
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ERROR
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2
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ALARM
MULTI
SCREEN
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TIMER
COPY
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OPERAT
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ALARM
RESET
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SEARCH
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SETUP
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10/0
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REV
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PLAY
PAUSE
REC REC
STOP
FWD
SKIP
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13
STOP
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ESC
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SET
Digital Di
sk Reco
rder WJ-R
T416
WJ-RT416 is shown above.
This manual covers the models: WJ-RT416K, WJ-RT416V, WJ-RT416VK, WJ-RT416/G, WJ-RT416K/G, WJ-RT416V/G
and WJ-RT416K/G.
Before attempting to connect or operate this product,
please read these instructions carefully and save this manual for future use.
The model number is abbreviated in some descriptions in this manual.
We declare under our sole responsibility that the product to which this
declaration relates is in conformity with the standards or other normative
documents following the provisions of Directives 2006/95/EC and
2004/108/EC.
Wij verklaren als enige aansprakelijke, dat het product waarop deze
verklaring betrekking heeft, voldoet aan de volgende normen of andere
normatieve documenten, overeenkomstig de bepalingen van Richtlijnen
2006/95/EC en 2004/108/EC.
Wir erklären in alleiniger Verantwortung, daß das Produkt, auf das sich
diese Erklärung bezieht, mit der folgenden Normen oder normativen
Dokumenten übereinstimmt. Gemäß den Bestimmungen der Richtlinie
2006/95/EC und 2004/108/EC.
Vi erklærer os eneansvarlige for, at dette produkt, som denne
deklaration omhandler, er i overensstemmelse med standarder eller
andre normative dokumenter i følge bestemmelserne i direktivene
2006/95/EC og 2004/108/EC.
Nous déclarons sous note seule responsabilité que le produit auquel se
réfère la présente déclaration est conforme aux normes ou autres
documents normatifs conformément aux dispositions des directives
2006/95/CE et 2004/108/CE.
Vi deklarerar härmed värt fulla ansvar för att den produkt till vilken
denna
deklaration
hänvisar
är
i
överensstämmelse
med
standarddokument, eller andra normativa dokument som framställs i
direktiv nr. 2006/95/EC och 2004/108/EC.
Nosotros declaramos bajo nuestra única responsabilidad que el
producto a que hace referencia esta declaración está conforme con las
normas u otros documentos normativos siguiendo las estipulaciones de
las directivas 2006/95/CE y 2004/108/CE.
Ilmoitamme yksinomaisella vastuullamme, että tuote, jota tämä ilmoitus
koskee, noudattaa seuraavia standardeja tai muita ohjeellisia asiakirjoja,
jotka noudattavat direktiivien 2006/95/EC ja 2004/108/EC säädöksiä.
Noi dichiariamo sotto nostra esclusiva responsabilità che il prodotto a
cui si riferisce la presente dichiarazione risulta conforme ai seguenti
standard o altri documenti normativi conformi alle disposizioni delle
direttive 2006/95/CE e 2004/108/CE.
WARNING:
• This apparatus must be earthed.
• Apparatus shall be connected to a mains socket outlet with a
protective earthing connection.
• The mains plug or an appliance coupler shall remain readily
operable.
• To prevent fire or electric shock hazard, do not expose this
apparatus to rain or moisture.
• The apparatus should not be exposed to dripping or splashing
and that no objects filled with liquids, such as vases, should be
placed on the apparatus.
• All work related to the installation of this product should be
made by qualified service personnel or system installers.
• The connections should comply with local electrical code.
Vi erklærer oss alene ansvarlige for at produktet som denne erklæringen
gjelder for, er i overensstemmelse med følgende normer eller andre
normgivende dokumenter som følger bestemmelsene i direktivene
2006/95/EC og 2004/108/EC.
Power disconnection. Unit with or without ON-OFF switches
have power supplied to the unit whenever the power cord is
inserted into the power source; however, the unit is operational
only when the ON-OFF switch is in the ON position. Unplug the
power cord to disconnect the main power for all units.
For U.K.
FOR YOUR SAFETY PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING TEXT CAREFULLY.
This appliance is supplied with a moulded three pin mains plug for your
safety and convenience.
A 5 amp fuse is fitted in this plug.
Should the fuse need to be replaced please ensure that the replacement
fuse has a rating of 5 amp and that it is approved by ASTA or BSI to
BS1362.
or the BSI mark
on the body of the
Check for the ASTA mark
fuse.
If the plug contains a removable fuse cover you must ensure that it is
refitted when the fuse is replaced.
If you lose the fuse cover the plug must not be used until a replacement
cover is obtained.
A replacement fuse cover can be purchased from your local Panasonic
Dealer.
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CAUTION:
Before attempting to connect or operate this product, please
read the label on the bottom.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: 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 to
persons.
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.
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IF THE FITTED MOULDED PLUG IS UNSUITABLE FOR THE SOCKET OUTLET IN YOUR HOME THEN THE FUSE SHOULD BE
REMOVED AND THE PLUG CUT OFF AND DISPOSED OF SAFELY.
THERE IS A DANGER OF SEVERE ELECTRICAL SHOCK IF THE
CUT OFF PLUG IS INSERTED INTO ANY 13 AMP SOCKET.
If a new plug is to be fitted please observe the wiring code as shown
below.
If in any doubt please consult a qualified electrician.
WARNING: This apparatus must be earthed.
IMPORTANT
The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code.
Green-and-yellow:
Earth
Blue:
Neutral
Brown:
Live
As the colours of the wire in the mains lead of this appliance may not
correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in your
plug, proceed as follows.
The wire which is coloured green-and-yellow must be connected to
the terminal in the plug which is marked with the letter E or by the earth
symbol I or coloured green or green-and-yellow.
The wire which is coloured blue must be connected to the terminal in
the plug which is marked with the letter N or coloured black.
The wire which is coloured brown must be connected to the terminal
in the plug which is marked with the letter L or coloured red.
How to replace the fuse
Open the fuse compartment with
a screwdriver and replace the fuse
and fuse cover.
FUSE
The serial number of this product may be found on the surface of the unit.
You should note the serial number of this unit in the space
provided and retain this book as a permanent record of your
purchase to aid identification in the event of theft.
Model No.
Serial No.
For Canada
This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian
ICES-003.
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
For U.S.A
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to
Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference
when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate
radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to
cause harmful interference in which case the user will be
required to correct the interference at his own expense.
FCC Caution: To assure continued compliance, (example use only shielded interface cables when connecting to computer or peripheral devices). Any changes or modifications
not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.
Important Notice: (for U.S. fileds only)
This product contains a CR Coin Cell Lithium Battery
which contains Perchlorate Material - special handling
may apply.
See www.dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/perchlorate.
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Limitation of liability
THIS PUBLICATION IS PROVIDED "AS IS" WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED,
INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE, OR NON-INFRINGEMENT OF THE
THIRD PARTY’S RIGHT.
THIS PUBLICATION COULD INCLUDE TECHNICAL INACCURACIES OR TYPOGRAPHICAL ERRORS. CHANGES
ARE ADDED TO THE INFORMATION HEREIN, AT ANY
TIME, FOR THE IMPROVEMENTS OF THIS PUBLICATION
AND/OR THE CORRESPONDING PRODUCT (S).
Disclaimer of warranty
IN NO EVENT SHALL Panasonic Corporation BE LIABLE
TO ANY PARTY OR ANY PERSON, EXCEPT FOR
REPLACEMENT OR REASONABLE MAINTENANCE OF
THE PRODUCT, FOR THE CASES, INCLUDING BUT NOT
LIMITED TO BELOW:
(1) ANY DAMAGE AND LOSS, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, DIRECT OR INDIRECT, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR EXEMPLARY, ARISING OUT OF OR
RELATING TO THE PRODUCT;
(2) PERSONAL INJURY OR ANY DAMAGE CAUSED BY
INAPPROPRIATE USE OR NEGLIGENT OPERATION
OF THE USER;
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(3) UNAUTHORIZED DISASSEMBLE, REPAIR OR MODIFICATION OF THE PRODUCT BY THE USER;
(4) ANY PROBLEM, CONSEQUENTIAL INCONVENIENCE,
OR LOSS OR DAMAGE, ARISING OUT OF THE SYSTEM COMBINED BY THE DEVICES OF THIRD PARTY;
(5) ANY CLAIM OR ACTION FOR DAMAGES, BROUGHT
BY ANY PERSON OR ORGANIZATION BEING A PHOTOGENIC SUBJECT, DUE TO VIOLATION OF PRIVACY
WITH THE RESULT OF THAT SURVEILLANCE-CAMERA’S PICTURE, INCLUDING SAVED DATA, FOR SOME
REASON, BECOMES PUBLIC OR IS USED FOR THE
PURPOSE OTHER THAN SURVEILLANCE.
Important safety instructions
1) Read these instructions.
2) Keep these instructions.
3) 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.
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.
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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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CONTENTS
Limitation of liability ........................................................... 4
Disclaimer of warranty ...................................................... 4
Important safety instructions ............................................. 5
Precautions ....................................................................... 7
Preface ............................................................................. 9
Features ............................................................................ 9
About these operating instructions ................................... 10
Trademarks and registered trademarks ............................ 10
Major operating controls and their functions ..................... 11
■ Front View ................................................................... 11
■ Rear View ................................................................... 13
Image display ................................................................. 15
Startup .............................................................................. 16
Adjustment of the clock of the recorder ............................ 17
Shutdown of the recorder ................................................. 18
Monitor live images from the cameras .............................. 19
Display images on a 1-screen ........................................ 19
Display images from cameras on a multi-screen ............ 19
Display images from the cameras sequentially
(sequential display) ......................................................... 20
Recording ......................................................................... 21
Manual recording ............................................................ 21
Timer recording .............................................................. 21
Alarm recording .............................................................. 21
Playback ........................................................................... 22
Search and play ................................................................ 25
Start playback on a 1-screen by designating the desired
time and date of recorded images to be played ..............25
Search with multiple search filters and play images
on a 1-screen .................................................................. 26
Alarm function ................................................................... 28
Action at an event occurrence (alarm action) ................. 28
Cancel the alarm action .................................................. 29
Copying (Duplicate) .......................................................... 30
Log in as a different user .................................................. 32
Log out ............................................................................ 32
Log in .............................................................................. 33
Disk management ............................................................. 34
Check HDD information .................................................. 34
........................................................................................ 35
Format the HDD ............................................................. 36
Operate the recorder using a PC ...................................... 39
Functions and their descriptions ..................................... 39
System requirements for a PC ....................................... 39
Installation ......................................................................... 41
HDD safety mode ........................................................... 41
Operating the recorder for the first time .......................... 41
Installation ...................................................................... 41
HDD replacement ............................................................. 42
HDD addition .................................................................. 42
Installing the Hard Disk ................................................... 42
Rack mounting .................................................................. 44
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Connection ........................................................................ 45
Basic connection ............................................................ 45
Connection with RS485 cameras ................................... 46
Connection with PS·Data systems ................................. 47
Connection with a PC ..................................................... 49
RS485 (CAMERA) port ................................................... 52
AUDIO IN/ALARM OUT terminal .................................... 52
ALARM IN/CONTROL terminal ....................................... 53
Setup menu ...................................................................... 54
Setup menu chart ........................................................... 54
Basic operation of the setup menu ................................. 55
Configure the system settings [System Setup] ............... 56
Configure the recording settings [Recording Setup] ....... 58
Configure the alarm action settings [Event Setup] ......... 61
Configure the display settings [Display Setup] ............... 64
Configure the settings relating to the camera control
[Camera Control Setup] .................................................. 65
Configure the settings relating to communications
with other devices [Communication Setup] .................... 66
Configure the settings relating to user information
[User Management] ........................................................ 69
Maintenance functions [Maintenance] ............................ 71
Operation using the system controller .............................. 76
Troubleshooting ................................................................ 78
Specifications .................................................................... 81
Standard accessories ....................................................... 82
Recording time length ....................................................... 82
Precautions
Use this product for indoor use only.
Refer all work related to the installation of this product
to qualified service personnel or system installers.
When the model in use is the NTSC model, connect the
unit to a 120 V AC power source.
When the model in use is the PAL model, connect the
unit to a 220 - 240 V AC power source.
Do not connect this unit to an outlet to which appliances
with high power consumption such as an air conditioning or
a copy machine is already being connected.
Do not operate the unit beyond its specified temperature, humidity, or power source ratings.
Use the unit at temperatures between 5 °C - 45 °C {41 °F 113 °F} and where the humidity is between 5 % - 90 %.
Performance and lifetime of hard disk drives are easily
affected by heat (used at high temperature) characteristically. It is recommended to use this unit at temperatures
between 20 °C - 30 °C {68 °F - 86 °F}.
POWER button
The POWER button is
POWER button
located on the rear of the
unit. Even though the
POWER button is set to
"OFF", the power supply
will not be cut. To cut the
power supply, unplug the
power plug of the unit from
the AC outlet. When using
the power supply control
unit, turn off the power of the power supply control unit.
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POWER
ON
OFF
2
SIGNAL GND
1
AC IN
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Built-in backup battery
The built-in battery life is approximately 5 years as an indication of replacement. (This is just an indication of replacement. We are not providing any guarantee of the built-in
battery lifetime. Replacement cost of the built-in battery is
not covered by the warranty even if it needs to be done
within the warranty period.) When reaching the end of its
lifetime, the time and date setting will not be saved after the
power of the unit is turned off. Ask the shop where you purchased the unit when replacement of the battery is
required.
Built-in hard disk drives
Hard disk drives are vulnerable to vibration. Handle them
with care.
It is possible to damage them if they are moved while their
motors are still running. Do not move them just after turning
their power on or off (for around 30 seconds).
A lifetime of hard disk drives is limited by use.
It is recommended to replace them after around 18 000
hours of operation to prevent data loss from disk failures.
Write error may occur frequently after around 20 000 hours
of operation and the head and motor deterioration may
occur and will reach their lifetime after 30 000 hours of
operation when they have been used at the recommended
ambient temperature (approx. 25 °C {77 °F}).
When hard disk drive trouble occurs, replace it immediately. Consult your dealer for servicing.
When replacing the hard disk drives, take notice of the following.
• Protect the hard disk drives from static electricity.
• Do not stack them, or keep them upright.
• Do not use an electric screwdriver to fix them.
(Tightening torque: Approx. 0.49 N·m {5 kgf·cm})
• Avoid rapid changes of the temperature/humidity to
prevent condensation.
(Acceptable change: within 15 °C/h {59 °F/h})
• Recorded images on the hard disk drives may contain
personal information. Please be forewarned that we
don’t recover and dispose of the hard disk drives.
• Please be forewarned that any loss of information on
the hard disk drives is not guaranteed for any reason
when information on the hard disk drives, such as
images, is lost under any circumstances.
Avoid the following locations for installation.
• Places exposed to direct water, moisture, or sunlight
directly
• Places subject to having strong vibration or impact
• Near magnetic field sources such as a television or
speakers, magnet, etc.
• Steamy and oily places such as kitchens
• Places which are not level
• Place where condensation forms easily, where temperature changes greatly
Place the recorder horizontally on a level surface.
Do not place the recorder in an upright position. When
stacking multiple recorders, clear a space of more than 5
cm from both sides, the top, the bottom and the rear of the
recorders.
Heat dissipation
Refer to the following to prevent fire and malfunction of the
recorder.
• Do not block the ventilation openings in the cover to
prevent the recorder from overheating. Maintain the
recorder periodically to prevent dust from blocking
openings.
• A lifetime of the cooling fan is limited by use. Contact
your dealer for servicing.
Avoid placing the recorder near noise sources
If the recorder is placed near noise sources such as fluorescent lamps, noises may be produced. In this case,
rewire avoiding the noise sources, or move the recorder to
the place far from them.
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Grounding
Confirm that the wire is connected from the SIGNAL GND
terminal to earth ground.
A grounding connection must be made before connecting
the power plug of the recorder to the main power supply.
When disconnecting the grounding wire, make sure that the
power plug of the recorder is disconnected from the main
power supply.
Prevent condensation from forming on the surface of
the hard disk.
If this happens, do not turn on the power of the recorder
and leave the recorder for around 2 hours.
Wait until the dew evaporates in any of the following cases:
• The recorder is placed in an extremely humid place.
• The recorder is placed in a room where a heater has
just been turned on.
• The recorder is moved from an air-conditioned room to
a humid and high-temperature room.
When the unit has not been used for a certain period, turn
on the power of the unit (approximately once a week), and
perform recording/playback to prevent interferences with
functions.
Avoid placing receptacles that contain liquids such as
water near the unit.
If liquid spills onto the unit, it may cause fire or an electric
shock.
Cleaning
Turn the power off when cleaning the unit. Otherwise it may
cause injuries.
Do not use strong or abrasive detergents when cleaning
the unit body.
Use a dry cloth to clean the unit when it is dirty.
When the dirt is hard to remove, use a mild detergent and
wipe gently.
When using a chemical cloth for cleaning, read the caution
provided with the chemical cloth product.
Product disposal/transfer
Images saved on the hard disk drives may lead to personal
information leakage. When it is necessary to dispose or
give this product to someone, even when for repair, make
sure that there is no data on the hard disk drives.
Indication label
Refer to the indication label placed on the surface of the
unit as to the indications of equipment classification and
power source, etc.
Just in case, make a note of your settings and save them.
They are helpful when you are required to change the system configuration, or when unexpected trouble or failure
occurs.
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Distributing, copying, disassembling, reverse compiling,
reverse engineering, and also exporting in violation of
export laws of the software provided with this product, is
expressly prohibited.
MPEG-4 Visual patent portfolio license
This product is licensed under the MPEG-4 Visual patent
portfolio license for the personal and non-commercial use
of a consumer for (i) encoding video in compliance with the
MPEG-4 Visual Standard ("MPEG-4 Video") and/or (ii)
decoding MPEG-4 Video that was encoded by a consumer
engaged in a personal and non-commercial activity and/or
was obtained from a video provider licensed by MPEG LA
to provide MPEG-4 Video. No license is granted or shall be
implied for any other use. Additional information including
that relating to promotional, internal and commercial uses
and licensing may be obtained from MPEG LA, LLC.
See http://www.mpegla.com.
Preface
The Digital Disk Recorder WJ-RT416 is designed for use within a surveillance system. The digital disk recorder is a recording
device using a hard disk drive to record pictures of surveillance cameras instead of using videotapes so that pictures recorded by repeated overwriting will not experience deterioration of the recorded picture quality.
Up to 16 cameras can be connected directly with this unit and it is possible to record images from them. It is also possible to
display images from multiple cameras (multi-screen), to display images from a camera to camera sequentially (sequential display), and to operate the connected cameras using the recorder.
The following models are described as "WJ-RT416" in these operating instructions.
• WJ-RT416K: No built-in HDD is provided
• WJ-RT416: Built-in HDD x1
• WJ-RT416VK: Built-in DVD drive x1, no built-in HDD is provided
• WJ-RT416V: Built-in DVD drive x1, Built-in HDD x1
Features
Various Recording Functions
Real time recording
Images from all connected cameras (up to 16) can be recorded at 30 ips.
Timer recording
It is possible to perform recording automatically at a scheduled time on a designated day of the week.
Terminal recording
Recording will start automatically when an event occurs such as when a signal is input from a sensor, etc.
Video motion detection function (VMD)
Recording will start automatically when motion is detected in the area set in advance.
Remote operation via a network
It is possible to perform the settings or operate the unit using a PC via a network such as a LAN (local area network). It is also
possible to monitor images from the cameras connected to this unit.
Alarm notification function
Notification can be provided to a PC when an event occurs.
Security Function and Reliability
User authentication function (registration of user name and password) allows users access to predetermined selection of the
available functions.
Internal CD/DVD drive (Only for the WJ-RT416V)
Images recorded on the internal hard disk drive can be copied onto a CD or a DVD. (It is impossible to play CD/DVD with this
internal CD/DVD drive.)
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About these operating instructions
There are 2 sets of operating instructions for the WJ-RT416 as follows.
• Installation Guide (this book)
• Network Operating Instructions (PDF)
The "Installation Guide" contains descriptions of how to install/connect this unit, and descriptions of how to operate this unit
with the buttons on the front panel.
Refer to the "Network Operating Instructions (PDF)" on the provided CD-ROM for descriptions of how to operate this unit using
a PC via a network (operating a web browser or the monitoring software).
Adobe® Reader® is required to read the "Network Operating Instruction (PDF)" of the monitoring software on the provided CDROM. When the Adobe® Reader® is not installed on the PC, download the latest Adobe® Reader® from the Adobe web site
and install it.
The illustrations of the setup menus in this installation guide are of the NTSC model.
Trademarks and registered trademarks
• Microsoft, Windows, Internet Explorer, Windows Media, Windows Media Player ActiveX and DirectX are either registered
trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
• Adobe and Reader are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States
and/or other countries.
• Other names of companies and products contained in these operating instructions may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.
• DVD is trademark of DVD Format/Logo Licensing Corporation.
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Major operating controls and their functions
■ Front View
y
HDD
SEQUENCE
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e
!1
!2 !3
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
!6
!7
STOP
SEARCH
1
ERROR
PLAY
!8
PAUSE
REC
@2
REC STOP
COPY2
SETUP
COPY
2
ALARM
MULTI
SCREEN
3
REV
FWD
TIMER
SKIP
–
4
9
5
r
!0
OPERATE
10/0
11
ESC
ALARM
RESET
6
+
12
SET
13
14
15
16
Digital Disk Recorder WJ-RT416
Inside the cover
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u i
o
!4
q Error indicator (ERROR)
Blinks orange when an error that may interfere with the
unit’s operation occurs. (e.g. thermal error, cooling fan
malfunction, etc.)
w Alarm Indicator (ALARM)
Blinks red when an alarm occurs. The indicator will stop
blinking and light red steadily when the alarm is reset.
The blinking or lighting indicator will go off when the
[ALARM RESET] button is pressed.
e Timer Indicator (TIMER)
Lights orange when the timer recording is set.
Blinks while the timer recording is being performed.
r Operate Indicator (OPERATE)
Lights green when the power is turned on.
t HDD Access Indicators (HDD1/HDD2/HDD3/HDD4/
HDD5/HDD6)
Blinks green when the hard disk is accessed respectively.
When an error is detected, the indicator will light red.
* The HDD6 indicator is not provided for the
WJ-RT416V.
y Sequence button (SEQUENCE)
Images from the connected cameras will be displayed
sequentially (sequential display) when this button is
pressed. To stop the sequential display, press this button again.
u Multi-screen button (MULTI SCREEN)
Images from the connected cameras will be displayed
on a multi-screen (4/6/9/16) when this button is
pressed. Each time this button is pressed, the multiscreen will change as follows.
!5
!9
@0
@1
@3
16 (CAM1 - CAM16) → 4A (CAM1 - CAM4) →
4B (CAM5 - CAM8) → 4C (CAM9 - CAM12) →
4D (CAM13 - CAM16) → 6A (CAM1 - CAM6) →
6B (CAM7 - CAM12) → 9 (CAM1 - CAM9) →
16 (CAM1 - CAM16)
i Alarm reset button (ALARM RESET)
The unit will be released from the alarm status when this
button is pressed.
o Camera selection buttons
Images from the camera selected using these buttons
will be displayed.
The button will light orange to indicate the camera
channel of which images are currently being recorded.
The camera selection buttons (1 - 10/0) can be used to
enter numbers when operating the setup menu.
!0 Setup button (SETUP)
Press this button to display the setup menu.
!1 Search button (SEARCH)
Press this button to display the time & date search window or the list search window. Refer to pages 25 and
26 for further information about the time & date search
window and the list search window.
!2 Copy button (COPY)
Press this button to display the copy window.
Refer to page 30 for further information about the copy
window.
!3 Arrows button (CDAB)
Use this button for the following.
• To move the cursor to select an area (camera channel) when displaying images on a multi-screen.
• To move the cursor when operating the setup
menu.
When a user is currently logged in the recorder, the
indicator on the button will light blue.
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!4 Escape button (ESC)
Press this button to mute audio when displaying
live/recorded images. When operating the setup menu,
press this button to cancel the settings currently being
edited and go back to the previous page.
!5 Set button (SET)
Press this button to determine the settings when operating the setup menu.
!6 Stop button (STOP)
Press this button to stop playback.
!7 Play/Pause button (PLAY/PAUSE)
Press this button to start playback of the latest recorded
image from the currently selected camera channel.
When this button is pressed during playback, playback
will be paused. Press this button again to release pausing and resume playback. This button lights green during playback and blinks green during pausing.
!8 Record/Record stop button (REC)
Press this button to manually start recording images
from all camera channels (manual recording). When
this button is held down for 2 seconds or more, the
manual recording will stop.
This button lights orange during recording.
!9 Fast reverse playback button (REV)
Press this button to start fast reverse playback.
Playback speed can be changed in 6 steps. (☞ page
24) When this button is pressed during pausing, the
previous frame is displayed.
@0 Fast forward playback button (FWD)
Press this button to start fast forward playback.
Playback speed can be changed in 7 steps. (☞ page
24) When this button is pressed during pausing, the
frame by frame playback will start.
@1 Skip buttons (SKIP)
Press these buttons to skip to the previous/next recorded images. When operating the setup menu, pressing
this button moves the cursor between the setup items
or change the settings.
@2 Copy 2 port (COPY2)
When an external recording device is connected to this
port, images recorded on the built-in HDD can be
copied onto it.
@3 Internal CD/DVD drive (Only for the WJ-RT416V)
Images recorded on the internal hard disk drive can be
copied onto a CD or a DVD. (It is impossible to play
CD/DVD with this internal CD/DVD drive.)
Open the cover and press the button on the front side
of the drive to open the disk tray.
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■ Rear View
e r ty
!0
ui o
!1
!2
RS485(CAMERA)
w
!3
5
!4
3
!6
1
POWER
ON
OFF
AUX IN
SERIAL
!5
AUDIO IN/ALARM OUT
q
AUDIO OUT MONITOR1
IN
16
15
6
1 2
MONITOR2
DATA
14
13
12
14
13
12
MODE 10/100BASE-T
11
10
ALARM IN/CONTOROL
COPY1
9
4
AUDIO IN
2
SIGNAL GND
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
AC IN
OUT
16
15
11
10
9
VIDEO
!8
q Audio out connector (AUDIO OUT)
Audio will be output from this connector. Audio being
input to the AUDIO IN/ALARM OUT terminal or to the
AUDIO IN connectors will be output. When playing
recorded images, audio recorded with the images will
be output.
w Aux in connector (AUX IN)
Use for audio communication between the recorder and
the PC (remote talk). Audio from the microphone connected to this connector will be input.
e Monitor 1 connector (BNC) (MONITOR1)
Images from the cameras connected to the VIDEO IN
connectors will be output.
r Serial terminal (D-SUB, 9-pin) (SERIAL)
This terminal is unavailable.
t Monitor 2 terminal (D-SUB, 15-pin) (MONITOR2)
Connect a video monitor to this connector.
y RS485 port (RS485 (CAMERA))
Connect an RS485 combination camera to this port.
u Data port (DATA)
Connect a PS·Data compatible device to this port.
i Mode switch (MODE)
Use to determine the operational mode of this recorder.
(☞ page 51)
o Network port (10/100BASE-T)
Connect a LAN cable between this port and the network port of a PC. When the recorder is connected with
a network correctly, the link indicator beside the port
will light orange. When data flows through the network
port, the access indicator beside the port will blink
green.
!7
!0 Copy 1 port (COPY1)
When an external recording device is connected to this
port, images recorded on the built-in HDD can be
copied onto it.
!1 Audio in/Alarm out terminal (D-SUB, 25-pin) (AUDIO
IN/ALARM OUT)
Connect an alarming device such as a buzzer or an
alarm lamp to this terminal. When a device such as a
microphone amplifier is connected, audio from it will be
input. Audio being input to this terminal will be output
from the AUDIO OUT connector of the unit and the connected PC.
!2 Alarm in/Control terminal (D-SUB, 25-pin) (ALARM
IN/CONTROL)
Connect an alarming device such as a sensor or a door
switch to this terminal.
!3 Audio in connectors (RCA) (AUDIO IN, 1 - 6)
This connector is the line-in connector. Connect a
device such as a microphone amplifier to input audio
from it. Audio being input to this terminal will be output
from the AUDIO OUT connector of the unit and the connected PC.
!4 Signal ground terminal (SIGNAL GND)
Connect a grounding wire between this terminal and
the signal ground terminal of the other device in the
system.
Otherwise, it may cause oscillation or noise.
!5 Power button (POWER ON/OFF)
When this button is pressed and the power is turned on,
the unit starts operation.
When this button is pressed again and the power is
turned off, operation stops.
!6 Cooling fan
When the temperature inside the unit becomes high,
this fan starts automatically.
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!7 Power cord inlet (AC IN)
Connect the provided power cord to this inlet.
!8 Video in connectors (BNC) (VIDEO IN 1 - 16)/
Video out connectors (BNC) (VIDEO OUT 1 - 16)
Images (video signals) from the cameras connected to
the VIDEO IN connectors will be looped through to the
VIDEO OUT connectors.
Connect system cameras or combination cameras to
the VIDEO IN connectors. The VIDEO IN 1 - 4 connectors are compatible with coaxial cable. When connecting a combination camera, connect it either to the
VIDEO IN 1 - 4 connectors.
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Image display
When displaying images on a 16-split screen
Sep-04-2006
04:00:00PM
1
2
3
4
Currently
selected camera 5
channel
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Time and date
Mute icon
Camera title
When displaying on a 16-screen, numbers 1-16 will
be displayed as shown in the illustration except
when "Name" is selected for "Status Display" of
"Display setup" ( page 64)
Example: When displaying images from camera channel 1
Information of the recorded images currently being played
Cam1 MANUAL NQ PLAY
Sep-03-2006 03:00:00PM
Playback status
Time and date
of recording
VMD recording
Terminal recording
Live icon
(indicates that
live image
transmission to a
PC is in progress)
Recording
icon (indicates
that recording
is in progress)
PLAYBACK
Playback
Timer recording
Sequential display
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Startup
Start up the recorder as follows.
16
z
Connect the power cord to a 120 V AC 60 Hz outlet when the model in use is the NTSC model.
When the model in use is the PAL model, connect the power cord to a 220 - 240 V AC 50 Hz outlet.
x
Press the power button to turn on the power of the recorder.
• The OPERATE indicator will light and the system check will start. In the process of the system check, the startup window will be displayed on a monitor.
• When the system check is completed, live images from the connected cameras will be displayed.
Adjustment of the clock of the recorder
Adjust the clock of the recorder as follows. Check the clock periodically and correct it in the following way if it displays wrong
time. It is also necessary to correct the clock after replacing the built-in backup battery.
Screenshot 1
Display the setup menu by pressing the SETUP button.
Step 1
Move the cursor onto "System Setup", and then press the
[SET] button.
Setup Menu
System Setup
Recording Setup
Event Setup
Display Setup
Camera Control Setup
Communication Setup
User Management
Maintenance
Screenshot 2
The "System Setup" window will be displayed.
Step 2
Set the time and date using the camera selection buttons
(1 - 10/0).
System Setup
Month-Day-Year
Time & Date
10-22-2006 11:30:30
(Time Zone)
GMT-5:00
Set
Language
English
Auto Login User
Manager
Auto Logout Time
600 Sec
Error Buzz
002 Sec
Advanced Setup
Set→
OK
Cancel
Step 3
Move the cursor to "Time Zone", and then select a time
zone using the skip buttons (s d).
Step 4
When completing the adjustment, move the cursor onto
"SET" and press the [OK] button.
→ The adjusted time and date will be applied.
Important:
When the clock is adjusted during recording, some of
the recorded images cannot be searched.
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Shutdown of the recorder
To shut down the recorder, do the following.
z
When the manual recording is currently being performed, stop recording.
• Hold down the [REC] button for 2 seconds or more. The lit camera selection button indicating the current recording
camera channel will go off and all recordings will stop.
Refer to page 21 for how to stop the timer recording or the alarm recording.
When playing recorded images, stop playback.
• Press the [STOP] button.
x
Press the power button on the rear panel after confirming that all the HDD access indicators are off.
• When the power supply is cut, the OPERATE indicator will go off.
Important:
• Unplug when unused for long period of time.
• When the recorder has not been used for a certain period, turn on the power of the recorder (approximately once a week)
to prevent interferences with functions.
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Monitor live images from the cameras
It is possible to display live images on a 1-screen or a multi-screen on the monitor.
It is also possible to display live images sequentially (sequential display).
Display images on a 1-screen
z
Select a camera channel by pressing the camera selection buttons (1 - 16).
• Live images from the selected camera channel will be displayed on a 1-screen.
Available functions when displaying live images
Mute
When the [ESC] button is pressed, audio will be muted. When audio is muted, the
To cancel the audio mute, press the [ESC] button again.
icon (mute icon) will be displayed.
Important:
The audio mute will be applied to all camera channels. Audio will be recorded with images even when muted during
recording. It is impossible to mute only a specified camera channel.
Display images from cameras on a multi-screen
Images can be displayed on the following multi-screens.
• 4-split screen
• 6-split screen
• 9-split screen
• 16-split screen
Each time the [MULTI SCREEN] button is pressed, the multi-screen will change as follows.
16 (CAM1- CAM16) → 4A (CAM1 - CAM4) → 4B (CAM5 - CAM8) → 4C (CAM9 - CAM12) → 4D (CAM13 - CAM16) →
6A (CAM1 - CAM6) → 6B (CAM7 - CAM12) → 9 (CAM1 - CAM9) → 16 (CAM1 - CAM16)
For 4A - 4D, 6A, 6B and 9, the camera channels can be assigned to specific areas of the multi-screen respectively on the
setup menu. Refer to page 64 for further information.
When playing images on a 4-screen, 4-screen will change as follows.
4A → 4B → 4C → 4D → 4A...
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Display images from the cameras sequentially (sequential display)
It is possible to sequentially display images from cameras automatically. Images from the cameras will be displayed sequentially according to the settings configured in advance.
The sequential display can be carried out on a 1-screen or a 4-split screen.
Sequential display on a 1-screen
z
Make sure that images are displayed not on a 4-split screen, and then press the [SEQUENCE] button.
• The sequential display will start and the
icon (sequential display icon) will be displayed.
• To stop the sequential display, press the [SEQUENCE] button again.
Sequential display on a 4-split screen
z
Make sure that images are displayed on a 4-split screen, and then press the [SEQUENCE] button.
• The sequential display will start and the
icon (sequential display icon) will be displayed.
• To stop the sequential display, press the [SEQUENCE] button again.
Notes:
• The dwell time (interval of switching from a camera channel to the next camera channel) can be configured on the setup
menu ("Display Setup" – "Sequence Dwell") (☞ page 64).
• It Is impossible to carry out the sequential display during playback.
• The sequence step that is unavailable to display (such as when no video signal) will be skipped.
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Recording
Manual recording
Start/stop recording manually.
z
Press the [REC] button.
x
To stop recording, hold down the [REC] button for 2 seconds or more.
• Recording of images from all the camera channels except channels which supply no video input signal will start. The
[REC] button and the camera channel selection buttons respective to the channels used for the current recording will
light.
• When recording starts, the
icon (recording icon) will be displayed in the area on which images from the camera
channels used for the current recording are displayed.
• To configure the image quality and the recording rate for camera channels independently, configure them on the
setup menu ("Recording Setup" – "Manual Rec. Setup") (☞ page 60).
• The lit camera selection button and the [REC] button will go off and recording will stop. When recording stops, the
icon (recording icon) will also disappear.
Timer recording
It is possible to start and stop recording according to a recording schedule set in advance.
Recording schedule can be set on the setup menu ("Recording Setup" – "Timer Rec. Setup") (☞ page 60).
Important:
The timer recording cannot be stopped by holding down the [REC] button for 2 seconds or more. To stop the timer recording, select "Off" for each day of the week and for "DAILY" on the setup menu ("Recording Setup" – "Timer Rec. Setup")
(☞ page 60).
Alarm recording
It is possible to start recording at an alarm occurrence (according to the settings configured in advance). Refer to page 28 for
further information about the events.
The setting for the alarm recording can be configured on the setup menu ("Event Setup" – "Alarm Rec. Setup") (☞ page 62).
The alarm recording will stop when the [ALARM RESET] button is pressed or when the set alarm recording duration has
passed.
Important:
• The alarm recording cannot be stopped by holding down the [REC] button for 2 seconds or more.
• The order of recording priority is as follows: (1) Alarm recording, (2) Timer recording, (3) Manual recording
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Playback
Recorded images can be played as follows. Recorded images will be played on a 1-screen or a 4-screen.
Playing images on a 1-screen
To play recorded images on a 1-screen, do the following.
z
Select the desired camera channel by pressing the camera channel selection buttons (1 - 16) or by moving the
cursor onto the area respective to the desired camera channel using the arrows button (CDAB) when displaying images on a multi-screen (except 4-screen).
x
Click the [PLAY] button.
• Recorded images will be displayed on a 1-screen. When playback starts, the
icon (playback icon) will be displayed and the [PLAY] button will light.
• When selecting a multi-screen display during playback, recorded images will be displayed in the area of camera
channel 1. Live images will be displayed in the other areas.
Important:
• Playback of the latest recorded image using the selected camera channel will start.
It is impossible to play images currently being recorded.
• When the recording duration of recorded images to be played is too short or the background is too dark, it may be impossible to play the recorded images.
• When recorded images are played on this recorder, the recorded images currently being played cannot be played using a
PC via a network. Likewise, when recorded images are played using a PC via a network, the recorded images currently
being played cannot be played using the recorder.
Note:
When playing recorded images whose image quality and recording rate are low, audio may not be heard properly.
c
To stop playback, press the [STOP] button. When displaying recorded images on a multi-screen, press the
[STOP] button after selecting the area of camera channel 1.
• When the lit [PLAY] button goes off and the playback stops, the
icon (playback icon) will also disappear.
Live images
Playback time and date display
1-screen
[PLAY] button
PLAYBACK
Playback on a 1-screen
6-screen
[PLAY] button
9-screen
16-screen
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Playback images
Playback images
[MULTI SCREEN] button
Live images
16-screen
Playing images on a 4-screen
To play recorded images on a 4-screen, do the following.
1 Press the [PLAY] button when displaying images on a 4-screen.
z
Recorded images will be displayed on a 4-screen.
• When playback starts, the
icon (playback icon) will be displayed and the [PLAY] button will light.
• When pressing the [MULTI SCREEN] button during playback, 4-screen will change as follows.
4A → 4B → 4C → 4D → 4A...
Important:
• Playback of the latest recorded images using the selected camera channels will start.
• When the recording duration of recorded images to be played is too short or the background is too dark, it may be impossible to play the recorded images.
• When recorded images are played on this recorder, the recorded images currently being played cannot be played using a
PC via a network. Likewise, when recorded images are played using a PC via a network, the recorded images currently
being played cannot be played using the recorder.
• Playback on a 4-screen may be performed approximately between 1.5 and 2.5 times slower than on a 1-screen.
• Images from each camera channel will be played without timeline synchronization.
Notes:
• Audio will not be heard when playing images on a 4-screen.
• Switching of playback image is unavailable for around 5 seconds just after switching playback images.
• When there exists no image to be played for the selected camera channel, a black screen will be displayed.
• It is possible to select the desired camera channel and enlarge images of the selected camera channel by displaying
on a 1-screen. Press the camera channel selection buttons (1 - 16) to be displayed on a 1-screen.
To return to the 4-screen display, press the [MULTI SCREEN] button. Images including the camera channel selected
to play images on a 1-screen will be played on a 4-screen.
x
To stop playback, press the [STOP] button.
• When the lit [PLAY] button goes off and the playback stops, the
[PLAY] button
4-screen
Playback time and
date display
Playback time and
date display
Playback time and
date display
Playback time and
date display
MULTI-PLAY
Playback on a 4-screen (4A)
icon (playback icon) will also disappear.
[MULTI SCREEN] button
Playback time and
date display
Playback time and
date display
Playback time and
date display
Playback time and
date display
MULTI-PLAY
Playback on a 4-screen (4B)
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Fast forward playback/Fast reverse playback
When the [FWD] button is pressed during playback, fast forward playback will start.
When the [REV] button is pressed during playback, fast reverse playback will start.
Each time the [FWD] button is pressed, playback speed will change as follows.
SLOW/1FF/2FF/3FF/4FF/5FF/6FF
Each time the [REV] button is pressed, playback speed will change as follows.
1REW/2REW/3REW/4REW/5REW/6REW
When the [PLAY] button is pressed during fast forward playback/fast reverse playback, playback speed will return to the normal playback speed.
Playback speed will change as follows.
The current playback speed will be displayed at the top middle of the screen.
Playback speed
1FF, 1REW
2FF, 2REW
3FF, 3REW
4FF, 4REW
5FF, 5REW
6FF, 6REW
Refresh Interval
Approx. 10 seconds
Approx. 20 seconds
Approx. 40 seconds
Approx. 1 minute
Approx. 2 minutes
Approx. 4 minutes
* Refresh interval may become shorter/longer around 1-2 seconds depending on the setting configured on the setup menu
("Recording Setup" - "Common Setup" - "Advanced Setup" - "I Frame Interval").
Skip playback
When the [SKIP s] button is pressed during playback, playback will be skipped to the recorded image of the previous
recorded images. When the [SKIP d] button is pressed during playback, playback will be skipped to the recorded image of
the next recorded images.
Pausing
Playback will be paused when the [PLAY] button is pressed during playback. Playback will be resumed when the [PLAY] button is pressed again.
Frame by frame forward playback
When the [FWD] button is pressed during pausing, frame by frame forward playback will start.
Frame by frame reverse playback
When the [REV] button is pressed during pausing, frame by frame reverse playback will start.
Interval of the frame by frame reverse playback will be determined by the "I Frame Interval" setting ("Recording Setup" –
"Common Setup" – "Advanced Setup" – "I Frame Interval" (☞ page 59).
The following values are only as indications.
I Frame Interval=4: 4 seconds interval
I Frame Interval=3: 3 seconds interval
I Frame Interval=2: 2 seconds interval
I Frame Interval=1: 1 seconds interval
Switch playback images
It is possible to display playback images of the desired camera channel by pressing the camera channel selection buttons (116) during playback.
Important:
Fast forward playback/fast reverse playback/frame by frame playback/frame by frame reverse playback on a 4-screen may
be performed approximately between 1.5 and 2.5 times slower than on a 1-screen.
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Search and play
It is possible to search the desired recorded images and play them. The search and play can be carried out when displaying
images on a 1-screen.
The following is available as the search filter for the search and play.
• Time and date when images had been recorded
• Recording type (Manual recording/Timer recording/Alarm recording)
• Type of the alarm recording (Terminal alarm recording/VMD alarm recording/Command alarm recording)
Start playback on a 1-screen by designating the desired time and date of
recorded images to be played
It is possible to start playback by designating the desired camera channel and the start time and date of recording (except
when displaying on a 4-screen).
Screenshot 1
Display the Time and Date Search window by pressing the
[SEARCH] button. (except when displaying on a 4-screen)
Time & Date Search
Camera No.
05
Month-Day-Year
10-22-2006 11:30:30
Start
[SEARCH]:List Search
OK
Cancel
Step 1
Move the cursor onto each setup item and set the search
filter.
Camera No.
Enter the camera channel number to be played using the
camera selection buttons (1 - 10/0).
Start
Enter the start time and date of recording to be played
using the camera selection buttons (1 - 10/0).
Time and date that is specified minutes ago from the current time will automatically be displayed. The difference
between the displayed time and the current time varies
according to the value selected for "Default Search Time"
(☞ page 57).
Step 2
When finishing entering, move the cursor onto "OK" and
press the [SET] button.
→ Playback of searched recorded images will start.
Refer to page 22 for further information about playback
operations.
Note:
When no recorded image found, playback of the next
recorded image will automatically start from the beginning.
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Search with multiple search filters and play images on a 1-screen
The following search filters are available for search and play.
• Camera CH: Only recorded images of the selected camera channels will be searched.
• Start/End:
Images recorded in the period designated by entering the start time and end time will be searched.
• Filtering:
Images recorded by the designated recording type (Manual recording/Timer recording/Alarm recording) and
the alarm recording type (Terminal alarm recording/VMD alarm recording/command alarm recording) will be
searched.
Screenshot 1
Display the search window by pressing the [SEARCH] button twice (except when displaying on a 4-screen).
Step 1
Move the cursor onto each setup item and set the search
filter.
List Search
Camera No.
01
Start
Month-Day-Year
10-21-2006 11:30:30
End
Month-Day-Year
10-22-2006 11:30:30
Filtering
Off
[SEARCH]:Time & Date Search
OK
Cancel
Camera No.
Enter the camera channel number to be searched using the
camera selection buttons (1 - 10/0).
Start/End
Designate the time period to be searched by entering the
start and end time and date using the camera selection
buttons (1 - 10/0).
Filtering
Select the recording type and the alarm recording type to
be searched using the skip buttons (s d).
Off: Searches without filtering
Manual: Searches for only images recorded manually
Timer: Searches for only images recorded by the timer
recording
Alarm: Searches for only images recorded by the alarm
recording (Terminal alarm recording/VMD alarm recording/command alarm recording)
Terminal: Searches for only images recorded by the terminal alarm recording
VMD: Searches for only images recorded by the VMD
alarm recording
Com: Searches for only images recorded by the alarm
recording triggered by a command alarm reception
Step 2
When determining the filter settings, move the cursor onto
"OK" and press the [SET] button.
Note:
When "00" is entered for "Camera No.", all of the camera
channels will be searched.
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Screenshot 2
The search result window will be displayed.
Step 3
Search List
Cam Quality
08
07
06
05
04
03
02
01
SF
FQ
SF
NQ
EX
SF
FQ
SF
Start
01-24-2006
01-24-2006
01-24-2006
01-24-2006
01-24-2006
01-24-2006
01-24-2006
01-24-2006
End
10:43:22
10:43:22
10:43:22
10:43:22
10:43:22
10:43:22
10:43:22
10:43:22
01-24-2006
01-24-2006
01-24-2006
01-24-2006
01-24-2006
01-24-2006
01-24-2006
01-24-2006
10:53:22
10:53:22
10:53:22
10:53:22
10:53:22
10:53:22
10:53:22
10:53:22
Page 001/002
Prev
Next
Return
Move the cursor to the desired recorded images to play.
Prev: The previous page will be displayed.
Next: The next page will be displayed.
Return: The search window will be displayed again.
Step 4
Press the [SET] button after selecting the desired recorded
images.
→ Playback of the selected recorded images will start.
Refer to page 22 for further information about playback
operations.
Note:
The latest 5 000 recorded images will be displayed in
the list form.
Start playback on a 4-screen by designating the desired time and date of recorded images to be
played
It is possible to start playback on a 4-screen by designating the start time and date of recording.
Screenshot 1
Step 1
Display the Time and Date Search window by pressing the
[SEARCH] button when displaying on a 4-screen.
Time & Date Search
Month-Day-Year
10-22-2006 11:30:30
Start
OK
Cancel
Enter the start time and date of recording to be played
using the camera channel selection buttons (1 - 10/0).
Time and date that is specified minutes ago from the
current time will be displayed. The difference between
the displayed time and the current time varies according to the value selected for "Default Search Time"
(☞ page 57).
Step 2
When finishing entering, move the cursor onto "OK" and
press the [SET] button.
→ Playback of searched recorded images will start.
Refer to page 24 for further information about playback
operations.
Note:
When no recorded image using any of 4 camera channels currently displayed on a 4-screen found, playback
of the next recorded image will automatically start from
the beginning.
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Alarm function
The recorder will take the alarm action according to the settings when the following events occur.
• Terminal alarm: When a signal is supplied from an external device such as a door sensor to the ALARM IN/CONTROL terminal, this is stated as an event of a terminal alarm.
• VMD (Video motion detection) alarm: When motion is detected by the VMD function, this is stated as an event of a VMD
alarm.
• Command alarm reception: When a command alarm is supplied from the DATA port and the RS485 port, this is stated as
an event of a command alarm reception.
Notes:
• VMD (Video motion detection) function
When motion (luminance change) is detected in the set VMD area, it will be regarded as a VMD alarm occurrence. It is
possible to configure to record images from the camera to which a VMD alarm has occurred.
Action at an event occurrence (alarm action)
The recorder will take the following alarm action according to the settings at an alarm occurrence.
• The ALARM indicator on the front of the recorder blinks red
ALARM indicator
HDD
SEQUENCE
1
1
2
5
6
9
10/0
13
14
ERROR
2
ALARM
MULTI
SCREEN
3
TIMER
4
5
OPERATE
6
ALARM
RESET
• Sounds the buzzer
Refer to page 61 for how to set the buzzer to sound at an event occurrence.
• Provides notification to the connected system device at an event occurrence (Alarm output)
Outputs an alarm signal from the ALARM IN/CONTROL terminal on the rear of the recorder in order to activate an alarming
device (when installed).
Refer to page 63 for how to configure the alarm output port settings.
• Displays images from the camera to which an event has occurred on a 1-screen (Alarm spot)
Refer to page 61 for how to configure the alarm spot settings.
Notes:
• The alarm spot action will not be taken when the setup menu or a dialogue box (message window) is displayed or in the
process of copying.
• When an event occurred during playback, playback will automatically stop and the alarm spot action will be taken.
• Moves a camera to the preset position
The camera will move to the preset position registered in advance at an event occurrence.
Refer to page 63 for how to configure the settings.
Refer to the operating instructions of the connected camera for the descriptions of how to register the preset position.
• Transmits alarm information to a PC via a network
Refer to the operating instructions (PDF) of the monitoring software on the provided CD-ROM for further information.
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• Records alarm logs
Time and date or description of the event will be recorded as an alarm log at an event occurrence. Refer to page 71 for further information about the alarm log.
• Starts recording automatically (Alarm recording)
Recording images from the camera to which an event occurred will start automatically at an event occurrence. Refer to
pages 62 and 63 for how to configure the settings for recording at an event occurrence (terminal/command alarm recording/VMD alarm recording).
Depending on the event type, a different icon will be displayed as follows.
Terminal alarm input/Command alarm reception:
VMD (video motion detection):
• Starts recording of images before an event occurs (pre-alarm recording)
It is possible to start recording images several seconds before an event occurred automatically. Refer to page 61 for how
to configure the pre-event recording settings.
• Notification mail of an event occurrence
Notification mail of an event occurrence can be sent to the registered mail addresses. Refer to the operating instructions of
the monitoring software (PDF) on the provided CD-ROM for how to configure the settings.
• Provide notification of an event occurrence to the PC according to the setting of Panasonic alarm protocol
Notification of an event/error occurrence (time and date, event/error type) can be automatically provided to the PC according to the settings of Panasonic alarm protocol.
Refer to the operating instructions of the monitoring software (PDF) on the provided CD-ROM for how to configure the settings.
Note:
Even when an event occurred, the alarm action (including the alarm recording) will not be taken when "AL-M" or "AD-M" is
not selected for "Alarm Duration" of "Terminal" and "VMD". When "AD-M" is selected, the following alarm action will be taken.
• Move a Camera to the Preset Position
• Alarm recording
• Pre-alarm recording
• Archive the alarm log
Cancel the alarm action
The recorder will take the alarm action according to the settings when an event is detected. To cancel the alarm action, press
the [ALARM RESET] button.
Note:
When the setup menu is displayed or when being logging out, the alarm action will not be canceled even when the
[ALARM RESET] button is pressed.
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Copying (Duplicate)
It is possible to copy recorded images onto an external recording device (HDD, DVD-R, CD-R, USB memory, etc.) connected
to the recorder. It is recommended to make back-up copies on a regular basis for unexpected situations such as malfunction
of the HDD.
Important:
• Do not disconnect the cable connecting between the external recording device and the recorder in the process of copying. Otherwise, it may damage both the recorder and the external recording device.
• When copying recorded images using the WJ-RT416V with the internal CD/DVD drive, the disk drive to be used for copying will be determined in the following priority.
1. External recording device connected to the COPY2 port (Front)
2. External recording device connected to the COPY1 port (Rear)
3. Internal CD/DVD drive
(When external recording devices are connected to both the COPY1 port (rear) and the COPY2 port (front), recorded
images will be copied only onto the external recording device connected to the COPY2 port.)
• When using an external HDD or a USB memory, format it in FAT32 system in advance.
Screenshot 1
Display the Copy window by pressing the COPY button.
Copy
Camera No.
05
Start
Month-Day-Year
10-21-2006 11:30:30
End
Month-Day-Year
10-22-2006 11:30:30
Filtering
OK
Step 1
Search for recorded images to be copied by setting each
search filter on the "Copy" window.
Off
Cancel
Camera No.
Enter the camera channel number to be searched using the
camera selection buttons (1 - 10/0).
Start/End
Designate the time period to be searched by entering the
start and end time and date.
Filtering
Select the recording type and the alarm recording type to
be searched using the skip buttons (s d).
Off: Searches without filtering
Manual: Searches for only images recorded manually
Timer: Searches for only images recorded by the timer
recording
Alarm: Searches for only images recorded by the alarm
recording (Terminal alarm recording/VMD alarm recording/command alarm recording)
Terminal: Searches for only images recorded by the terminal alarm recording
VMD: Searches for only images recorded by the VMD
alarm recording
Com: Searches for only images recorded by the alarm
recording triggered by a command alarm reception
Step 2
When determining the filter settings, move the cursor onto
"OK" and press the [SET] button.
Note:
When "00" is entered for "Camera No.", all of the camera
channels will be searched.
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Screenshot 2
The "Copy List" window will be displayed.
Step 3
Copy List
Cam Quality
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07
06
05
04
03
02
01
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NQ
EX
SF
FQ
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Start
01-24-2006
01-24-2006
01-24-2006
01-24-2006
01-24-2006
01-24-2006
01-24-2006
01-24-2006
Total:20
Copy A:Data Only
Prev
Next
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End
01-24-2006
01-24-2006
01-24-2006
01-24-2006
01-24-2006
01-24-2006
01-24-2006
01-24-2006
Size:12.08GB
Copy B:Copy with Viewer
Copy A
Copy B
10:53:22
10:53:22
10:53:22
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10:53:22
10:53:22
10:53:22
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Notes:
• The latest 5 000 recorded images will be displayed in
the list form.
• When copying is started, all recorded images displayed
in the "Copy List" window will be copied. It is impossible
to copy a specified recorded image.
• Configure the filtering settings and set the start/end
time and date in order to make the size of data to be
copied smaller than the available capacity of the external recording device (copying destination).
Important:
Copying time varies depending on the operating conditions of the recorder. Copying speed becomes lower if
the recorder is used for recording, playing, monitoring
live images on the PC, or other operations at the same
time.
Move the cursor to the desired recorded images to be
copied.
Prev: The previous page will be displayed.
Next: The next page will be displayed.
Return: The copy window will be displayed again.
Step 4
Press the [SET] button after moving the cursor onto "Copy
A" or "Copy B".
When "Copy A" is selected, only recorded images will be
copied.
When "Copy B" is selected, the viewer (image player) will
be copied together with recorded images.
→ Copying will start.
When copying is completed, the copy completion message window will be displayed.
When the [SET] button is pressed in the process of
copying, the dialog box asking you whether you wish to
cancel the copying or not will be displayed.
When clicking the [OK] button on the dialog box, copying will be canceled.
When the [OK] button is clicked to cancel copying
recorded images onto a CD-R/DVD-R, the disk being
used to copy recorded images cannot be used again.
Refer to the operating instructions of the monitoring software for how to operate the viewer.
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Log in as a different user
To log in as a different user, log out first and log in again.
When logged out, the buttons on the front panel will be locked and the password entry window will be displayed when any of
the buttons is pressed. Enter the user password.
Important:
According to your needs, select "Disable" for "Auto Login User" on the setup menu ("System Setup" – "Auto Login User")
(☞ page 56). When "Disable" is not selected, a user who logged out will automatically logged in as the registered auto
login user when no operation had been made for around 1 minute after logout.
Log out
Screenshot 1
Display the setup menu by pressing the SETUP button.
Setup Menu
Step 1
Move the cursor onto "User Management", and then press
the [SET] button.
System Setup
Recording Setup
Event Setup
Display Setup
Camera Control Setup
Communication Setup
User Management
Maintenance
Screenshot 2
The "User Management" window will be displayed.
User Management
User Level Setup
Password
Logout
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Step 2
Move the cursor onto "Logout", and then press the [SET]
button.
→ The confirmation window will be displayed. Move the
cursor onto "OK", and then press the [SET] button.
Log in
Screenshot 1
When logged out once and press any of the buttons on the
front panel, the password entry window will be displayed.
Step 1
Enter the user password and press the [SET] button.
→ When logged in, the indicator on the arrows button will
light. When failed to log in, the error message window
will be displayed.
Input Password
Important:
To enhance the security, change the password before
running the recorder. It is recommended to change the
password periodically. Refer to page 70 for how to
change the password.
Note:
The default password is different according to the user
level as follows.
Manager1: 12345678
Operator1: 123456
Viewer1:
1234
Operation restriction differences between the user levels
Logout
Viewer
Operator
Manager
*1
*1
*1
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Camera channel selection/
Multi-screen selection
–
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9
9
Camera channel selection using the
cursor
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9
9
9
Sequential display control
Mute control
–
9
9
9
Manual recording control
–
–
9
9
Alarm reset
–
–
9
9
Playback recorded images/Playback
control (Search/Copying)
–
*1
*1
9
Setup menu
–
*2
*2
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Live image display
*1 The settings can be edited on the setup menu ("User Management" – "User Level Setup"). (☞ page 69)
When being logged out, the user level of "Viewer" will be applied.
*2 Depending on the user level, the available operations of the setup menu varies as follows.
Operator: Logout, alarm log reference, error log reference, system information reference, current recording setting display
Viewer:
Logout only
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Disk management
It is possible to format the built-in HDDs and restore HDD management information (list information of recorded images).
Check HDD information
HDD information (total disk size, used disk size, hour meter) and time and date of the latest/oldest data on the HDD can be
checked as follows.
Screenshot 1
Display the setup menu by pressing the SETUP button.
Step 1
Move the cursor onto "Maintenance", and then press the
[SET] button.
Setup Menu
System Setup
Recording Setup
Event Setup
Display Setup
Camera Control Setup
Communication Setup
User Management
Maintenance
Screenshot 2
The "Maintenance" window will be displayed.
Step 2
Move the cursor onto "Disk Management", and then press
the [SET] button.
Maintenance
Alarm Log
Error Log
System Information
Current Recording Setting
Disk Management
Online User Information
Factory Default
Reboot System
Advanced Information
Screenshot 3
The "Disk Management" window will be displayed.
Disk Management
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Capacity
232.884GB
232.250GB
232.250GB
232.884GB
138.034GB
232.884GB
000.008GB
232.884GB
No Disk Detected
No Disk Detected
[REC]:Start Format
All Format
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Used
Step 3
The status of the active built-in HDD will be displayed.
Hour Meter
400h
389h
153h
400h
No.
The position where the HDD is installed will be displayed.
1
3
5
2
4
6
[STOP]:Change HDD
Information
Return
Anterior view
Capacity
The total size of the HDD will be displayed.
Used
The used size of the HDD will be displayed.
Hour Meter
The hour meter of the HDD will be displayed.
Notes:
• The used disk space will not be displayed as "0 GB"
even when no data is saved on the disk since the system uses some of the disk space.
• HDD6 is not provided for the WJ-RT416V.
• When a HDD is in the faulty state, the indication will displayed on the "Disk Management" window as follows.
No Disk Detected: Indicates that no HDD is connected.
Disk Unformatted: Indicates that the HDD is not formatted with this recorder.
Disk Access Error: Indicates that a HDD access error
occurred.
Data Error: Indicates that the directory structure of the
HDD is broken.
Disk Unacknowledged: Indicates that the recorder
failed to mount the HDD for a reason such as data
number limitation, even though the HDD is in the
normal state.
Disk Type Unfitting: Indicates that the model number
and the disk size of the newly mounted HDD is different from the replaced HDD.
Screenshot 4
Step 4
The "Disk Information" window will be displayed.
Move the cursor onto "Information", and then press the
[SET] button.
Disk Information
Oldest
Latest
HDD1:01-01-2006 10:00:00
01-31-2006 09:45:00
HDD2:01-31-2006 10:00:00
02-28-2006 09:45:00
HDD3:02-28-2006 10:00:00
03-31-2006 09:45:00
HDD4:03-31-2006 10:00:00
04-30-2006 09:45:00
HDD5:
No Data
HDD6:
No Data
Step 5
Check time and date of the oldest data and the latest data,
and then press the [SET] button.
Close
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Format the HDD
There are two ways of how to format the HDD as follows.
• Format only the selected HDD
• Format all the HDDs simultaneously
Format only the selected HDD
Screenshot 1
Display the "Disk Management" window (☞ page 34).
Disk Management
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Capacity
Used
232.884GB
232.250GB
232.250GB
232.884GB
138.034GB
232.884GB
000.008GB
232.884GB
No Disk Detected
No Disk Detected
[REC]:Start Format
All Format
Hour Meter
400h
389h
153h
400h
[STOP]:Change HDD
Information
Step 1
Move the cursor onto the HDD to be formatted, and then
press the [REC] button.
→ The confirmation window will be displayed. Move the
cursor onto "OK", and then press the [SET] button.
Important:
• When the correctly mounted HDD is currently being
used for recording, it is impossible to format it.
• When the selected HDD is in the "Disk Type Unfitting"
state, it is impossible to format it.
Return
Format all the HDDs
Screenshot 1
Display the "Disk Management" window (☞ page 34).
Disk Management
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Capacity
232.884GB
232.250GB
232.250GB
232.884GB
138.034GB
232.884GB
000.008GB
232.884GB
No Disk Detected
No Disk Detected
[REC]:Start Format
All Format
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Used
Hour Meter
400h
389h
153h
400h
[STOP]:Change HDD
Information
Return
Step 1
Move the cursor onto "All Format", and then press the [SET]
button.
→ The confirmation window will be displayed. Move the
cursor onto "OK", and then press the [SET] button.
Stop power supply to the HDD
When replacing the HDD, it is necessary to stop power supply to the HDD in advance.
Contact your dealer when it is necessary to replace the HDD.
Screenshot 1
Display the "Disk Management" window (☞ page 34).
Disk Management
No.
Capacity
1
2
3
4
5
6
Used
Hour Meter
232.884GB
232.250GB
232.250GB
232.884GB
Disk Access Error
000.008GB
232.884GB
No Disk Detected
No Disk Detected
[REC]:Start Format
All Format
400h
389h
400h
Step 1
Move the cursor onto any of No.1 - 6, and then press the
[STOP] button.
→ The confirmation window will be displayed. Move the
cursor onto "OK", and then press the [SET] button.
Power supply to the HDD corresponding to the indication "Disk Access Error", "Data Error", "Disk Type
Unfitting" or "Disk Unacknowledged" will be cut.
[STOP]:Change HDD
Information
Return
Screenshot 2
The following message window will be displayed after
around 30 seconds.
Step 2
Replace the HDD. Contact your dealer when it is necessary
to replace the HDD.
Replace HDD
HDD1
HDD3
HDD5
HDD2
HDD4
HDD6
Step 3
When completing the HDD replacement, press the [SET]
button.
The power supply of the HDD have been
turned off. Replace the HDD and
press [SET] button to turn on again.
OK
Screenshot 3
The "Disk Management" window will be displayed again.
Disk Management
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Capacity
232.884GB
232.250GB
232.250GB
232.884GB
Disk Unformatted
000.008GB
232.884GB
No Disk Detected
No Disk Detected
[REC]:Start Format
All Format
Used
Step 4
Since the replace HDD is unformatted yet, format the HDD
(☞ page 36).
Hour Meter
400h
389h
400h
[STOP]:Change HDD
Information
Return
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Restore HDD management information
When information of recorded images on the HDD and HDD management information (list information) do not match, restore
the HDD management information.
Restore of HDD management information sometimes resolves problems such as a playback failure.
Screenshot 1
Display the "Disk Management" window (☞ page 34).
Disk Management
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Capacity
232.884GB
232.250GB
232.250GB
232.884GB
138.034GB
232.884GB
000.008GB
232.884GB
No Disk Detected
No Disk Detected
[REC]:Start Format
All Format
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Used
Hour Meter
400h
389h
153h
400h
[STOP]:Change HDD
Information
Return
Step 1
Move the cursor onto the HDD whose management information is to be restored, and then press the [PLAY] button.
→ The HDD management information check will start.
When there is nothing wrong with the HDD management information, the confirmation window will be displayed.
Press the [SET] button the "Disk Management" window
will be displayed again.
When there is something wrong with the HDD management information, the message window asking whether
or not to restore the HDD management information will
be displayed.
To restore the HDD management information, press the
[SET] button after moving the cursor onto "OK".
Operate the recorder using a PC
It is possible to configure the settings and operate the recorder on a network using the monitoring software when it is installed
on the PC from the provided CD-ROM.
The following are some functions and their features of the monitoring software, and the system requirements for a PC on which
the software can be installed.
Refer to the operating instructions (PDF) of the monitoring software on the provided CD-ROM for further information about each
function and for how to operate the software.
Functions and their descriptions
The operable functions using the monitoring software are as follows.
Monitoring images from the cameras
Images from the cameras can be monitored on the PC.
Playback of recorded images
Recorded images on the recorder can be played and monitored on the PC.
Configuration of the settings of the recorder
The settings of the recorder such as the system setup and
the recording setup can be configured on the PC.
event/error type) can be provided to the PC.
Download of recorded images
Recorded images monitored on the PC can be downloaded
(saved) onto the PC.
When an event occurs, it is possible to transmit images
from the camera to which an event occurred.
Audio communication
Audio can be transmitted/received between the recorder
and the PC.
Notification of an event occurrence and its information
Notification of an event/error occurrence (time and date,
System requirements for a PC
It is recommended to operate the this recorder using a PC that meets the following system requirements. If using a PC that
does not meet the following system requirements, it may cause problems such as slow imaging or the monitoring software
becomes inoperable.
OS
Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional SP2*
Microsoft® Windows® XP Home Edition SP2*
*: Tested and confirmed full compatibility with the English edition. Full compatibility with other language
editions cannot be guaranteed.
Computer
IBM PC/AT Compatible
CPU
Pentium® 4 3.0 GHz or faster
Memory
512 MB or more
Graphic memory
256 MB or more (independent)
Display driver
Overlay compatible
Monitor
1 024 x 768 pixels or more, 24-bit True color or better
Network Interface
10/100 Mbps Network interface card must be installed
Web browser
Microsoft® Internet Explorer® 6.0 SP2
Plug-in
Microsoft® Windows MediaTM Player 9 Series or later
Others
DirectX® 8.0a or later
CD-ROM Drive: It is necessary to read the operating instructions and use the software on the provided
CD-ROM.
Adobe® Reader®: It is necessary to read the operating instructions on the provided CD-ROM.
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Notes:
• When the graphic memory is less than 32 MB, the monitoring software can access only four camera channels concurrently.
(When the graphic memory is less than 64 MB, the monitoring software can access only six camera channels concurrently.)
• When the overlay control is not enabled for the display driver, the monitoring software may not start.
• The monitoring software may not start depending on the version of the display driver. In this case, upgrade the display driver to the latest version.
Important:
It is necessary to install the plug-in software to operate this recorder using a web browser. The plug-in software will automatically be downloaded and installed when accessing to this recorder using a web browser.
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Installation
HDD safety mode
When installing the recorder in the rack without turning the power of the recorder off, activate the HDD safety mode.
When the HDD safety mode is activated, the power of the all HDDs will be off. (Recording and playback will be forcibly canceled.)
At the default, the recorder will start up in the HDD safety mode to protect the HDDs from shock, vibration, etc. during installation.
Operating the recorder for the first time
When turning on the power of the recorder, the following message will be displayed.
"ALL HDD MOTORS STOPPED. PRESS [SET] BUTTON TO RESTART."
Press the [SET] button to start up the recorder.
Installation
When installing/uninstalling the recorder (into/from the rack) after starting operation of the recorder in the system, do the following.
z
Restart the recorder using the setup menu ("Maintenance" – "Reboot System"). (☞ page 73)
x
The message "SYSTEM SETTING..." will be displayed (for around 3 seconds) in the process of startup.
c
When completing the installation, press the [SET] button.
Press the [STOP] button while the message "SYSTEM SETTING..." is being displayed.
→ The following message will be displayed.
"ALL HDD MOTORS STOPPED. PRESS [SET] BUTTON TO RESTART."
• The recorder will start up.
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HDD replacement
When the indication "Disk Access Error", "Data Error", "Disk Unacknowledged" or "Disk Type Unfitting" is displayed, it is possible to replace the HDD without stopping the operation of the recorder. (A new HDD must be the same model as of the HDD to
be replaced with.)
It is necessary to stop the power supply to the HDD before starting the HDD replacement. Refer to page 37 for how to stop the
power supply to the HDD, Contact your dealer when it is necessary to replace the HDD.
HDD addition
When the indication "No Disk Detected" is displayed in the "Disk Management" window, an HDD can be added to the recorder.
(It is necessary to turn off the power of the recorder before adding a new HDD.) The recorder is operable with up to six built-in
HDDs (When the recorder in use is the WJ-RT416V, the recorder is operable with up to five HDDs.).
Installing the Hard Disk
This installation should be made by qualified service personnel or system installers.
z
Turn the power of the recorder off.
x
Open the cover of the copy 2 port (COPY2) on
the front panel, and then remove the fixing
screw.
After removing the fixing screw, detach the front
panel by sliding the front panel to the left.
(It is possible to hang the front panel on the
chassis of the recorder.)
* It is unnecessary to turn the power of the recorder off when replacing a faulty hard disk. (☞ page 37)
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Mount a hard disk onto the detached hard disk
mount bracket using four each of dampers,
sleeves and screws.
Note:
Do not use a powered screwdriver to tighten the screws
to prevent damage of a hard disk due to impact/vibration.
Each damper should be fit between the hard disk
mount bracket and sleeve without being bent or distorted.
The hard disk mount bracket cannot be mounted onto
the recorder when the insertion direction is wrong.
Make sure the insertion direction is correct before
mounting it.
Hard disk mount bracket
Damper
Hard disk
fixing screw
Sleeve
b
Insert the hard disk with the hard disk mount
bracket into the recorder, and fix it using the
removed hard disk mount bracket fixing screws.
Note:
When inserting the hard disk, do not force it in to prevent damage.
Insert it quietly and handle with care.
Hard disk mount
bracket fixing screw
n
Attach the front panel onto the recorder and fix
the removed screw inside the cover of the copy
2 port (COPY2).
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When completing the hard disk installation, start
formatting the installed hard disk.
(Refer to page 36 for how to format the hard
disk.)
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Rack mounting
Use an EIA-standard 19" rack (depth: 550 mm or more).
Note:
It is necessary to procure four optional rack mount screws (W2-MSS/5008 or M5 x12).
z
Remove the five rubber feet from the bottom of
the recorder using a flathead screwdriver.
Remove the rubber feet.
x
Place the provided rack mounting brackets on
both sides of the recorder and tighten with the
eight provided screws.
Rack mount bracket fixing screw (provided)
Rack mount bracket (provided)
c
Install the recorder with the rack mounting
brackets in the rack by using four rack mounting
screws.
Rack mounting screw: M5 x12 (locally procured)
Important:
• Keep the temperature in the rack below +45 °C {113 °F}.
• Install the recorder in the rack as low as possible, and make a space of 1 unit (44 mm, 1.73") between the recorder and the
other mounted appliances.
• Do not block the front side of the rack such as by attaching a door panel, etc.
• It is recommended to install cooling fans or equivalent equipment to keep the temperature in the rack below +30 °C {86 °F}.
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Connection
Basic connection
System cameras (VIDEO IN 5 - 16)
Combination cameras (VIDEO IN 1 - 4)
Microphones
Amplifier
Video monitor
Connect the cables from
the microphone amplifier to
the AUDIO IN connectors.
HDD
SEQUENCE
1
STOP
SEARCH
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10/0
11
12
13
14
15
16
ERROR
SETUP
PLAY
PAUSE
REC
REC STOP
COPY
2
ALARM
MULTI
SCREEN
3
REV
TIMER
FWD
SKIP
–
4
5
ESC
ALARM
RESET
OPERATE
6
+
SET
Digital Disk Recorder WJ-RT416
Connect the video
monitor to the
monitor 1 connector.
External recording device
connected to the COPY1
(rear) or COPY2 port (front)
Important:
• When connecting an external recording device, use an optional USB cable to connect it to the COPY1 port on the rear or to
the COPY2 port on the front of the recorder.
• Transmission loss of video signals from the cameras connected to the VIDEO IN 1-8 connectors (VIDEO IN 5-8 connectors
are available only when an optional board is installed) can be compensated by selecting a proper value for the cable compensation setting (Comp.).
S: Suitable when the total cable length between the camera and the recorder is shorter than 500 m
M: Suitable when the total cable length between the camera and the recorder is 500 – 900 m
L: Suitable when the total cable length between the camera and the recorder is 900 – 1 200 m
• Use 5C-2V cable to connect between the recorder and the camera.
• Select a proper value for the cable compensation setting (Comp.) according to the actual length of the cable in use.
Otherwise, images from the camera will not be displayed/recorded correctly.
• Audio signal from a microphone should be supplied to the recorder after amplifying to line level (–10 dBv, 51 kΩ) by an
amplifier.
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Connection with RS485 cameras
RS485(CAMERA)
5
3
1
6
4
AUDIO IN
2
POWER
ON
OFF
AUX IN
SERIAL
RS485 cable
(WV-CA48/50)
AUDIO OUT MONITOR1
IN
16
15
AUDIO IN/ALARM OUT
1 2
MONITOR2
DATA
14
13
12
14
13
12
MODE 10/100BASE-T
11
10
ALARM IN/CONTOROL
COPY1
9
SIGNAL GND
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
AC IN
OUT
16
15
11
10
9
VIDEO
Combination cameras
Unit number: 12
Unit number: 11
Unit number: 10
Unit number: 9
Termination: ON
Termination: OFF Termination: OFF
Termination: OFF (coaxial communication compatible)
2/4-wire connection 2/4-wire connection 2/4-wire connection 2/4-wire connection
Combination cameras (RS485 compatible)
Note:
The default setting of RS485 port is "4-wire connection".
To change to "2-wire connection", open the top cover of the recorder and set SW4 on the main board to the "2-wire connection" position.
SW4
2-wire connection
4-wire connection
HDD
HDD
HDD
Front
Important:
The maximum length of the cable to be used to connect between a RS485 camera and the recorder is 1 200 m.
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Connection with PS·Data systems
This is an example of connection when the unit is used together with the PS·Data devices.
If a connected system controller is PS·Data compatible, it is possible to operate this unit or connected devices using the system controller.
Use the RS485 cable provided with the system controller.
Important:
• Terminate both devices on both ends of the connection. Refer to the respective operating instructions for the descriptions
of how to terminate. Termination of this unit can be set with the mode selection DIP switch on the rear panel. (See page
51.)
• When connecting a PS·Data compatible device, it is necessary to set each item of "PS.Data Setup" of "Communication
Setup" according to the system configuration.
• The following are available PS·Data compatible devices.
• System controller: WV-CU650 (Ver 2.10 or later)
• Data multiplex unit: WJ-MP204
• Matrix switcher: WJ-SX650 (Ver. 3.00 or later)
(Any other PS·Data compatible devices are not to be connected.)
• Unit addresses to be assigned to the recorder and PS·Data compatible devices should not be the same.
When connecting a single unit with a controller
Controller
Termination: ON
Unit Address: 1
A
SYSTEM CONTROLLER
1
4
7
2
B
RS485 cable
(provided with the controller)
3
5
6
8
9
ON
Mode selection
DIP switches
0
1
2
RS485(CAMERA)
5
3
1
6
4
AUDIO IN
2
POWER
ON
OFF
AUX IN
SERIAL
AUDIO OUT MONITOR1
IN
16
15
AUDIO IN/ALARM OUT
1 2
MONITOR2
14
13
MODE 10/100BASE-T
12
11
10
14
13
12
DATA
ALARM IN/CONTOROL
COPY1
9
SIGNAL GND
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
AC IN
OUT
16
15
11
10
9
VIDEO
This unit
"PS.Data Setup" of "Communication Setup"
on the Setup Menu
• Unit Address (System):
1
• Unit Address (Controller): 2
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When installing this unit between a controller and a system device
A
UNIT
9 0 1
7 8
2 3
POWER
ALARM
RESET
45 6
ON
OFF
1
2
SUSPEND
SET UP
SET
ESC
3
ALARM
B
SYSTEM CONTROLLER
RS485 cable
ALARM
SUSPEND
4
1
2
3
4
5
6
8
9
7
Data Multiplex Unit WJ-MP204
0
Controller
Termination: ON
Unit Address: 1
Coaxial communication unit
Termination: ON
Unit Address : 2
ON
Mode selection
DIP switches
RS485 cable
1
2
RS485(CAMERA)
5
3
1
POWER
ON
OFF
AUX IN
SERIAL
AUDIO OUT MONITOR1
IN
16
15
AUDIO IN/ALARM OUT
6
1 2
MONITOR2
DATA
14
13
12
14
13
12
MODE 10/100BASE-T
11
10
ALARM IN/CONTOROL
COPY1
9
4
AUDIO IN
2
SIGNAL GND
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
AC IN
OUT
16
15
11
10
9
VIDEO
"PS.Data Setup" of "Communication Setup" on the Setup Menu
• Unit Address (System):
1
• Unit Address (Controller): 2
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Connection with a PC
Required devices and cables vary depending on how to connect them. Before starting the connections, check the required
devices and cables for your environment. The IP addresses of the recorders in the following connection examples are the
default settings.
Connect the recorder and a PC directly
Important:
When connecting the recorder and a PC directly without using a hub or a router, use a cross LAN cable to connect them.
LAN cable
(10BASE-T/100BASE-Tx, category 5, cross)
HDD
SEQUENCE
1
STOP
SEARCH
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
SETUP
ERROR
PLAY
PAUSE
REC
REC STOP
COPY
2
ALARM
MULTI
SCREEN
3
REV
FWD
TIMER
SKIP
–
4
5
9
10/0
11
12
13
14
15
16
ESC
ALARM
RESET
OPERATE
6
+
SET
Digital Disk Recorder WJ-RT416
PC
IP address: 192.168.0.250
Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
IP address: 192.168.0.x (except 0, 250 and 255)
Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
Add the recorder to the existing network
Install a hub or a router between the recorder and a PC. Use a LAN cable to connect between the recorder and the hub.
HDD
SEQUENCE
1
STOP
SEARCH
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
ERROR
SETUP
PLAY
PAUSE
REC
REC STOP
COPY
2
ALARM
MULT
SCREEN
3
REV
TIMER
FWD
SKIP
–
4
5
9
10/0
11
12
13
14
15
16
ESC
ALARM
RESET
OPERATE
6
+
SET
Digital Disk Recorder WJ-RT416
IP address: 192.168.0.250
Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
Gateway address: 192.168.0.1
LAN cable
(10BASE-T/100BASE-Tx, category 5, straight)
Hub/router
IP address: 192.168.0.1
Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
LAN
PC
IP address: 192.168.0.x (except 0, 1, 250 and 255)
Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
Gateway address: 192.168.0.1
PC
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Add the recorder to a broadband WAN (Wide Area Network)
Broadband router A (WAN → WJ-RT416)
TCP/UDP port: 2000 (configured on the WJ-RT416)
HDD
SEQUENCE
1
STOP
SEARCH
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10/0
11
12
13
14
15
16
ERROR
SETUP
PLAY
PAUSE
REC
REC STOP
COPY
2
ALARM
MULTI
SCREEN
3
REV
TIMER
FWD
SKIP
–
4
5
6
+
ESC
ALARM
RESET
OPERATE
SET
Digital Disk Recorder WJ-RT416
Server port: 2000 (editable)
WAN
Broadband router B (WAN → PC)
UDP port: 999 (fixed)
PC
Important:
• When the recorder is in a WAN, maximum accessible number will become as follows.
Operation
Accessible number*
Monitoring of live images
Total of 16 areas
Playback of recorded images
Total of 4 areas
Frame display
4 PCs (4 users)
Download of recorded images
4 PCs (4 users)
Audio transmission/reception
1 PC (1 user)
* "Accessible number" is the number of the camera channels that can be displayed in the display area of the monitoring
software or a web browser.
• It is necessary to log in first to play/download recorded images and transmit/receive audio.
• If live images are transmitted using Multicast, the chart above is not applicable.
• Only "Manager1" is capable of voice call. (☞ page 70)
• When displaying images from 5 or more camera channels, or when displaying recorded images in an area on a multiscreen, only I-frame* will be displayed in all areas on a multi-screen and audio may not be heard.
*: Short for intra frame. I-frame is an image that is to be inserted in the intra refresh period of MPEG images.
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DIP Switch Setting
When the unit is used together with the PS·Data devices, use the RS485 cable provided with the system controller.
In this case, it is necessary to terminate both devices on both ends of the connection if they are connected with the RS485
cable.
Termination of this unit can be set with the DIP termination switch on the rear panel, and the setting of the mode selection DIP
switch varies whether to use this unit as a receiver or a system controller.
When connecting to the system controller and this unit is connected as the end of the PS·Data connection, set mode selection
DIP switch 2 to "ON".
When connecting to the system device and this unit is connected as the end of the PS·Data connection, set mode selection
DIP switch 1 to "ON".
Mode selection DIP switch:
1
2
The dip switch positions are defined by the attribute of the unit connected to the system’s DATA terminal.
Machine connected to the DATA port
DIP switch 1
DIP switch 2
Controller
OFF
ON
System Device
ON
OFF
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RS485 (CAMERA) port
When connecting an RS485 camera, connect it to the RS485 (CAMERA) port on the rear of the recorder.
RS485(CAMERA)
Block diagram
RA
RB
Signal TA TB
GND
OUT
TA
RA RB Signal
GND
TB
IN
AUDIO IN/ALARM OUT terminal
!3
q
Internal block diagram
Control circuit
Normally close
output
AUDIO IN/ALARM OUT
@5
52
Common output
!4
Normally open
output
Signal
Pin No.
In normal
state
Operation
Remark
q
Audio input CH7
Audio input (CH7)
–10 dBv 51 kΩ, unbalanced
w
Audio input CH8
Audio input (CH8)
–10 dBv 51 kΩ, unbalanced
e
Audio input CH9
Audio input (CH9)
–10 dBv 51 kΩ, unbalanced
r
Audio input CH10
Audio input (CH10)
–10 dBv 51 kΩ, unbalanced
t
Audio input CH11
Audio input (CH11)
–10 dBv 51 kΩ, unbalanced
y
Audio input CH12
Audio input (CH12)
–10 dBv 51 kΩ, unbalanced
u
Audio input CH13
Audio input (CH13)
–10 dBv 51 kΩ, unbalanced
i
Audio input CH14
Audio input (CH14)
–10 dBv 51 kΩ, unbalanced
o
Audio input CH15
Audio input (CH15)
–10 dBv 51 kΩ, unbalanced
!0
Audio input CH16
Audio input (CH16)
–10 dBv 51 kΩ, unbalanced
!1
(Signal GND)
!2
Alarm 1 Output (COMMON)
Common output 1
1 A, 30 V DC max.
!3
Alarm 1 Output (NO)
Output 1, Normally open-collector
1 A, 30 V DC max.
!4
Alarm 1 Output (NC)
Output 1, Normally closed-collector
1 A, 30 V DC max.
!5
Alarm 2 Output (COMMON)
Common output 2
1 A, 30 V DC max.
!6
Alarm 2 Output (NO)
Output 2, Normally open-collector
1 A, 30 V DC max.
!7
Alarm 2 Output (NC)
Output 2, Normally closed-collector
1 A, 30 V DC max.
!8
Alarm 3 Output (COMMON)
Common output 3
1 A, 30 V DC max.
!9
Alarm 3 Output (NO)
Output 3, Normally open-collector
1 A, 30 V DC max.
@0
Alarm 3 Output (NC)
Output 3, Normally closed-collector
1 A, 30 V DC max.
@1
Alarm 4 Output (COMMON)
Common output 4
1 A, 30 V DC max.
@2
Alarm 4 Output (NO)
Output 4, Normally open-collector
1 A, 30 V DC max.
@3
Alarm 4 Output (NC)
Output 4, Normally closed-collector
1 A, 30 V DC max.
@4
(Signal GND)
@5
+12 V
+12 V output
800 mA max.
At an alarm
occurrence
ALARM IN/CONTROL terminal
!3
q
ALARM IN/CONTOROL
@5
Pin No.
Signal
!4
Operation
Remark
An event action will be taken according
to the setting.
An event action will be taken according
to the setting.
An event action will be taken according
to the setting.
An event action will be taken according
to the setting.
An event action will be taken according
to the setting.
An event action will be taken according
to the setting.
An event action will be taken according
to the setting.
An event action will be taken according
to the setting.
An event action will be taken according
to the setting.
An event action will be taken according
to the setting.
An event action will be taken according
to the setting.
An event action will be taken according
to the setting.
An event action will be taken according
to the setting.
An event action will be taken according
to the setting.
An event action will be taken according
to the setting.
An event action will be taken according
to the setting.
Non-voltage make contact input, pulse
width: 100 ms or more
Non-voltage make contact input, pulse
width: 100 ms or more
Non-voltage make contact input, pulse
width: 100 ms or more
Non-voltage make contact input, pulse
width: 100 ms or more
Non-voltage make contact input, pulse
width: 100 ms or more
Non-voltage make contact input, pulse
width: 100 ms or more
Non-voltage make contact input, pulse
width: 100 ms or more
Non-voltage make contact input, pulse
width: 100 ms or more
Non-voltage make contact input, pulse
width: 100 ms or more
Non-voltage make contact input, pulse
width: 100 ms or more
Non-voltage make contact input, pulse
width: 100 ms or more
Non-voltage make contact input, pulse
width: 100 ms or more
Non-voltage make contact input, pulse
width: 100 ms or more
Non-voltage make contact input, pulse
width: 100 ms or more
Non-voltage make contact input, pulse
width: 100 ms or more
Non-voltage make contact input, pulse
width: 100 ms or more
Non-voltage make contact input, pulse
width: 100 ms or more
q
Alarm input CH1
w
Alarm input CH2
e
Alarm input CH3
r
Alarm input CH4
t
Alarm input CH5
y
Alarm input CH6
u
Alarm input CH7
i
Alarm input CH8
o
Alarm input CH9
!0
Alarm input CH10
!1
Alarm input CH11
!2
Alarm input CH12
!3
Alarm input CH13
!4
Alarm input CH14
!5
Alarm input CH15
!6
Alarm input CH16
!7
Time adjust input
The clock of the recorder will be set to
00 (min) by signal input. (Time correction range: ±15 minutes)
!8
Error output
Signal output upon an error detection
(Thermal error (47 °C {117 °F} or higher), fan error, video loss, password
entry failure (3 times straight incorrect
password entry), no HDD detection)
Open collector output, 100 mA or less,
24 V DC max.
!9
HDD error output
Signal output upon a HDD error detection
Open collector output, 100 mA or less,
24 V DC max.
@0 - @4
@5
(Signal GND)
(N.C.)
Not available
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Setup menu
It is necessary to configure the settings on the setup menu in advance to operate the recorder.
Display the setup menu on the monitor and configure the settings.
Setup menu chart
Setup item
Description
Page
System Setup
Configure the settings relating to the system such as the clock adjustment, language setting, auto login user, etc.
56
Common Setup
Configure the basic settings to be applied regardless of the recording
type (manual recording, timer recording, alarm recording).
58
Manual Rec. Setup
Configure the image quality and the recording rate for the manual
recording.
60
Timer Rec. Setup
Configure the schedule settings of the timer recording.
60
Common Setup
Configure the basic settings relating to the event action to be applied
regardless of the event type.
61
Alarm Rec. Setup
Configure the settings for the alarm recording.
62
Display Setup
Configure the settings relating to image display.
64
Camera Control Setup
Configure the communication type for the camera control and the
cable compensation setting for each channel.
65
Network Setup
Configure the basic settings relating to the network connection.
66
RS485 Setup
Configure the RS485 settings.
67
PS.Data Setup
Configure the PS·Data settings.
67
User Level Setup
Configure the operational level of "operator" and "viewer" for each
channel.
69
Password
Set the password for each user level.
70
Logout
Log out the recorder.
70
Alarm Log
Log of event occurrences can be checked.
71
Error Log
Log of error occurrences can be checked.
71
System Information
System information such as the firmware version, MAC address, etc.
can be checked.
72
Current Recording Settings
The current recording settings for each camera channel such as the
recording rate can be checked.
72
Disk Management
Format of the built-in HDDs and restore of HDD management information (list information of recorded images) are available.
72
Online User Information
Information and operational status (user name, etc.) of the users who
is currently accessing the recorder can be checked.
73
Factory Default
Reset the current settings to the default.
73
Reboot System
Reboot of the recorder is available.
73
Advanced Information
Log of operations and accesses can be checked.
Firmware upgrade is also available.
74
Recording Setup
Event Setup
Communication Setup
User Management
Maintenance
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Basic operation of the setup menu
Screenshot 1
Display the setup menu by pressing the SETUP button.
Step 1
Press the [SET] button after selecting the desired setup
item using the arrows button (C or D).
Setup Menu
System Setup
Recording Setup
Event Setup
Display Setup
Camera Control Setup
Communication Setup
User Management
Maintenance
Screenshot 2
The submenu of the selected setup item will be displayed.
(Example: When "Recording Setup" is selected)
Step 2
Press the [SET] button after selecting the desired submenu
using the arrows button (C or D).
Recording Setup
Common Setup
Manual Rec. Setup
Timer Rec. Setup
Screenshot 3
The setup window of the selected submenu will be displayed.
(Example: When "Common Setup" is selected)
Common Setup
Power On Manual Rec.
Off
Overwrite
On
Audio Select
Set
Advanced Setup
Set→
OK
Cancel
Step 3
Configure each setting on the setup window.
To select the setup item: Move the cursor onto the
desired setup item using the arrows button (CDAB).
To change the parameter, to move the cursor on the
setup window: Press the [SKIP s] or [SKIP d] button.
To enter a number: Press the camera selection buttons.
To go back to the previous page: Press the [ESC] button.
Step 4
To save the settings, move the cursor onto "OK" and press
the [SET] button.
To cancel the edited settings, move the cursor onto
"Cancel" and press the [SET] button.
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Configure the system settings [System Setup]
Configure the settings relating to the system such as the clock adjustment, language setting, auto login user, etc.
System Setup
Month-Day-Year
Time & Date
10-22-2006 11:30:30
(Time Zone)
GMT-5:00
Set
Language
English
Auto Login User
Manager
Auto Logout Time
600 Sec
Error Buzz
002 Sec
Advanced Setup
Set→
OK
Cancel
■ Time & Date Setup (Time Zone)
Adjust the clock of the recorder. Select the time zone
according to the location where the recorder is.
Refer to page 17 for how to adjust the clock.
Default: GMT –5:00 (NTSC model)
GMT +0:00 (PAL model)
■ Error Buzz
Set the sounding duration of the buzzer that starts sounding
at an error occurrence.
000 - 180 (sec)
When "000" is selected, the buzzer will not sound.
Default: 002 (sec)
Note:
In the following cases, set "Summer Time (DST)" to
"OFF".
• When setting the clock of the recorder to the time
that is 1 hour before the set start date and time of
summertime (time set for "IN" of "Summer Time
(DST) Table")
• When setting the clock of the recorder to the time
that is 1 hour after the set end date and time of
summertime (time set for "OUT" of "Summer Time
(DST) Table")
■ System Setup(Advanced)
The following window will be displayed when the [Set ] button is pressed after moving the cursor onto "Set→".
■ Language
Select the display language from the following.
English/Japanese/Chinese/Custom
When selecting "Custom", display characters can be
changed according to your needs. Refer to the operating
instructions of the monitoring software (PDF) on the provided CD-ROM for further information.
Default: English
■ Auto Login User
Configure the auto login user setting.
Disable: No user can log in automatically.
Viewer/Operator/Manager: Log in the recorder with its own
user level.
Default: Manager
■ Auto Logout Time
When no operation has been made for a period specified in
advance by a currently logged user (who is not an auto
login user), this user will forcibly be logged out.
005 - 999 (Sec)
Default: 600 (Sec)
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System Setup (Advanced)
Date Format
mmm-dd-yyyy
Time Format
12h
Auto Adjust Time
off
Summer Time (DST)
off
Summer Time (DST) Table
Set
Auto Data Delete
000 Days
Default Search Time
15 Min Before
OK
Cancel
Date Format
Select a time format from the following.
(Example: October 5, 2006)
yyyy-mm-dd: 2006-10-05
mmm-dd-yyyy: Oct-05-2006
mm-dd-yyyy: 10-05-2006
dd-mm-yyyy: 05-10-2006
dd-mmm-yyyy: 05-Oct-2006
Default: mmm-dd-yyyy (NTSC model)
dd-mm-yyyy (PAL model)
Note:
Display of month will be "mm (numeric)" except when
displaying images (☞ page 15) and "Highest
Temperature" of "System Information" (☞ page 72).
(Month will not be displayed in alphabet (mmm).)
Time Format
Select a time format to be displayed when displaying
live/recorded images from the following.
(Example for 3 o’clock in the afternoon)
12h: 3:00:00 PM
24h: 15:00:00
Default: 12h (NTSC model)
24h (PAL model)
Auto Data Delete
Configure the settings to delete recorded images automatically when the set days have passed from the day the
images were recorded.
000 - 200 (Days)
When "000" is selected, images will not be deleted automatically.
Default: 000 (Days)
Auto Adjust Time
When signal is input to the time adjust input terminal on the
rear of the recorder (☞ page 53), the clock of the recorder
will be set to "00" minute. The clock will be set to "00" minute
only when signal is input at the following time.
• Between 00 minutes 00 seconds and 14 minutes 59
seconds, every hour
• Between 45 minutes 00 seconds and 59 minutes 59
seconds, every hour
The clock will be set to "00 minutes 00 seconds" of the closest hour.
Default Search Time
It is possible to automatically set the start time (of time
ranged to be searched) that is specified minutes ago from
the current time when displaying the search window such
as the "Time & Date Search" window.
For example, when "15 (Min Before)" is selected and the
search window is displayed at 10:00, "9:45" will automatically be entered for the start time on the search window.
00 - 60 (Min Before)
Default: 15 (Min Before)
Example:
When "15:00" is set for "Time"
Signal is supplied at 14:50:00 (hour:minute:second) →
Set at 15:00:00
Signal is supplied at 15:14:45 → Set at 15:00:00
Signal is supplied at 15:20:00 → Time will not be
adjusted.
On: Adjust the clock automatically.
Off: Do not adjust the clock automatically.
Default: Off
Summer Time (DST)
Select "Auto" or "Off" to determine whether or not to apply
summer time.
Auto: Apply summer time automatically in accordance with
the settings for switching to summer time.
Off: Do not apply summer time.
Default: Off
Summer Time (DST) Table
Set the start/end date and time for summer time. The following window will be displayed when the [SET] button is
pressed after moving the cursor onto "Set".
Summer Time (DST) Table
IN
Month-Day-Year Time
OUT
Month-Day-Year Time
1
03-25-2007 02 :00
10-28-2007 02 :00
2
03-30-2008 02 :00
10-26-2008 02 :00
3
03-29-2009 02 :00
10-25-2009 02 :00
4
03-28-2010 02 :00
10-31-2010 02 :00
5
03-27-2011 02 :00
10-30-2011 02 :00
OK
Cancel
Default: As shown in the illustration above.
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Configure the recording settings [Recording Setup]
Configure the settings for recording (manual recording, timer recording, alarm recording).
Recording Setup
q
Common Setup
Manual Rec. Setup
Timer Rec. Setup
e
w
q Configure the common recording settings [Common Setup]
Configure the basic settings to be applied regardless of the recording type (manual recording, timer recording, alarm recording).
Common Setup
Power On Manual Rec.
Off
Overwrite
On
Audio Select
Set
Advanced Setup
Set→
OK
Cancel
■ Power On Manual Rec.
Select "On" or "Off" to determine whether or not to automatically start manual recording when the power of the recorder
is turned on.
On: Start recording automatically.
Off: Do not start recording automatically.
Default: Off
■ Overwrite
Select "On" or "Off" to determine whether or not to overwrite
recorded images when the available disk space is running
out.
On: Overwrite recorded images.
Off: Do not overwrite recorded images.
Default: On
■ Audio Select
Select "On" or "Off" for each camera channel to determine
whether or not to record images with audio.
The following window will be displayed when the [SET] button is pressed after moving the cursor onto "Set".
Audio Select
Cam1
Off
Cam2
Off
Cam3
Off
Cam4
Off
Cam5
Off
Cam6
Off
Cam7
Off
Cam8
Off
Cam9
Off
Cam10 Off
Cam11 Off
Cam12 Off
Cam13 Off
Cam14 Off
Cam15 Off
Cam16 Off
OK
Cancel
On: Record audio together with images.
Off: Record only images.
Default: Off
Note:
When "Off" is selected, no audio will be heard through
this software.
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■ Advanced Setup
The following window will be displayed when the [SET] button is pressed after moving the cursor onto "Set→".
Common Setup (Advanced)
Time Per File
15
I Frame Interval
4
Resolution
Set
Min
Cancel
OK
Time Per File
Determine the recording time length of the recorded
images to be saved as a file. Recorded images will be
divided into files and the recording time length of each file
will be the selected time length.
05 - 60 (Min)
Default: 15 (Min)
I Frame Interval
Determine the I-Frame insertion interval.
1 - 4 (Sec)
Default: 4 (Sec)
Resolution
Determine the resolution of recorded images. The following
window will be displayed when the [SET] button is pressed
after moving the cursor onto "Set".
Resolution
Cam1
Field
Cam2
Field
Cam3
Field
Cam4
Field
Cam5
Field
Cam6
Field
Cam7
Field
Cam8
Field
Cam9
Field
Cam10
Field
Cam11
Field
Cam12
Field
Cam13
Field
Cam14
Field
Cam15
Field
Cam16
Field
OK
Cancel
Select a resolution for each camera channel from the following.
Field: Standard (NTSC model: 704 x 240, PAL model: 704 x
288)
SIF: Low (NTSC model: 352 x 240, PAL model: 352 x 288)
---: No recording and image transmission is carried out.
Default: Field
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w Configure the manual recording settings [Manual Rec. Setup]
Configure the settings for manual recording that starts recording when the [REC] button is pressed.
Manual Rec. Setup
Camera No.
01▲
Rec. Quality
SP Fine
Rec. Frame Rate
Full
Cancel
OK
All
■ Camera No.
Select a camera channel to be used for manual recording.
Note:
The camera selection buttons (1 - 10/0) are available for
the camera channel selection.
■ Rec. Quality
Select an image quality for recorded images from the following.
SP Fine: Highest quality
Fine: High quality
Normal: Standard quality
Extended: Low quality
Default: SP Fine
■ Rec. Frame Rate
Select a recording frame rate from the following.
Full, 1/2F, 1/4F, 1/8F, 1/16F
(When "Full" is selected, recording frame rate will be 30
frames/sec for NTSC model and 25 frames/sec for PAL
model.)
Default: Full
Note:
When the [SET] button is pressed after moving the cursor onto "All", the same settings for "Rec. Quality" and
"Rec. Frame Rate" will be applied to all of the camera
channels.
e Configure the timer recording settings [Timer Rec. Setup]
Designate a day of the week and time when the timer recording is to be started (timer recording schedule).
Timer Rec. Setup
01
Camera No.
SP Fine
Full
SUN
00: 00
24: 00
Off
00: 00
24: 00
Off
MON
00: 00
24: 00
Off
00: 00
24: 00
Off
TUE
00: 00
24: 00
Off
00: 00
24: 00
Off
WED
00: 00
24: 00
Off
00: 00
24: 00
Off
THU
00: 00
24: 00
Off
00: 00
24: 00
Off
FRI
00: 00
24: 00
Off
00: 00
24: 00
Off
SAT
00: 00
24: 00
Off
00: 00
24: 00
Off
00: 00
24: 00
Off
00: 00
24: 00
Off
DAILY
All
OK
Cancel
■ Camera No., Rec. Quality, Rec. Frame Rate
These settings can be configured in the same manner as
for "Manual Rec. Setup". Refer to the "Manual Rec. Setup"
section.
■ Recording time range
Set the start time and end time for the desired day of the
week, and then select "On".
Up to 2 time ranges can be set as the timer recording
schedule.
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To set the same time range for every day of the week, enter
the start and end time for "DAILY".
When "On" and "Off" of 2 different schedules are set in the
same time range, the timer recording will be carried out
according to the schedule for which "On" is selected.
Note:
When the [SET] button is pressed after moving the cursor onto "All", the same settings for "Rec. Quality", "Rec.
Frame Rate" and "Recording time range" will be applied
to all of the camera channels.
Configure the alarm action settings [Event Setup]
Configure the settings relating to the alarm action that is to be taken at an event occurrence.
Refer to page 28 for further information about the event type and the alarm action.
Event Setup
q
Common Setup
Alarm Rec. Setup
w
q Configure the common settings for the alarm recording [Common Setup]
Configure the common settings relating to the alarm action that is to be taken when an event (terminal alarm, VMD alarm, command alarm) occurred.
Common Setup
Alarm Buzz
On
Alarm Spot
On
Pre Alarm Recording
Off
OK
Cancel
■ Alarm Buzz
Select "On" or "Off" to determine whether or not to sound the
buzzer at an event occurrence. The selected duration for
"Alarm Duration" of "Alarm Rec. Setup" (☞ page 63) will be
applied as the sounding duration of the buzzer.
On: Sound the buzzer
Off: Do not sound the buzzer
Default: On
■ Alarm Spot
Select "On" or "Off" to determine whether or not to display
images from the camera that is selected for "Alarm Spot
Camera No." of "Alarm Rec. Setup (Advance)" (☞ page 63)
on a 1-screen at an event occurrence.
On: Display images from the selected camera.
Off: Do not display images from the selected camera.
Default: On
■ Pre Alarm Recording
Select "On" or "Off" to determine whether or not to start
recording from the specified seconds before an event
occurrence (pre-alarm recording).
On: Start the pre-alarm recording.
Off: Do not start the pre-alarm recording.
Default: Off
Notes:
• Maximum recording duration of the pre-alarm recording
is approximately 5 seconds. Recording duration of the
pre-alarm recording varies depending on the "I Frame
Interval" setting and timing of an event occurrence.
• Audio is not recorded during pre-alarm recording.
Note:
The screen that was displayed immediately before an
event resumes after the event is finished.
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w Configure the alarm recording settings [Alarm Rec. Setup]
Configure the settings relating to the alarm recording that starts upon an event occurrence.
Alarm Rec. Setup
01
Alarm No.
00:00
Term
24:00
Off
00:00
24:00
Off
00:00
00:00
Rec. Channel
01
Sensitivity
10
Area Setup
Set
AL-M
24:00
Off
Set→
Advanced Setup
All
Full
24:00
01
Rec. Channel
VMD
SP Fine
OK
Cancel
■ Alarm No.
"Alarm No." indicates the following according to the event
type.
Terminal input: Terminal used for the terminal alarm
recording.
VMD: Camera channel
Command alarm reception: Camera channel
■ Term (Rec. Channel)
Set the camera channel to be used for the alarm recording
upon a terminal input or a command alarm reception.
00 - 16
When "00" is selected, images from all of the camera
channel will be recorded.
Default: (Same value set for "Alarm No.")
Note:
The camera selection buttons (1 - 10/0) are available for
the camera channel selection.
■ VMD (Alarm Duration)
Determine the alarm action to be taken and the time range
when the alarm action is to be taken upon a VMD alarm.
The alarm action to be taken can be determined from the
following.
AL-M, AD-M, Off
Default: 00:00 - 24:00, Off (for both Alarm Duration 1 and
2)
■ Rec. Quality
■ Rec. Frame Rate
These settings can be configured in the same manner as
for "Manual Rec. Setup". Refer to page 60 for further information.
■ Term (Alarm Duration)
Determine the alarm action to be taken and the time range
when the alarm action is to be taken upon a terminal input
or a command alarm reception. The alarm action to be
taken can be determined from the following.
AL-M: All the set alarm actions will be taken upon a terminal input.
AD-M: Some of the alarm action will be taken upon a terminal input.
(Refer to the "Action at an event occurrence (alarm
action)" section on page 28.)
Off: No alarm action will be taken.
Default: Alarm Duration 1: 00:00 - 24:00, Off
Alarm Duration 2: 00:00 - 24:00, AL-M
Note:
When "AL-M" and "AD-M" of 2 different alarm durations
are set in the same time range, the alarm action will be
taken according to the setting for the alarm duration
with "AL-M".
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■ VMD (Rec. Channel)
The camera channel used for the alarm recording upon a
VMD alarm will be displayed.
The displayed camera channel is the same camera channel
number as "Alarm No." (camera channel number from
which the VMD alarm is detected). Editing is unavailable.
■ VMD (Sensitivity)
Set the sensitivity level of the VMD function.
01 (high) - 99 (low)
Default: 10
■ VMD (Area Setup)
Set the VMD area.
The following window will be displayed when the [SET] button is pressed after moving the cursor onto "Set".
Clear (colorless)
areas (not set as
the VMD areas)
Cursor (red)
Green areas
(set as the
VMD areas)
Rec. Duration
Set the alarm recording duration.
000, 030 - 999 (sec)
When "000" is selected, recording will not stop until the
alarm is reset.
Default: 030 (sec)
Alarm Duration
Set the active duration of the alarm action (LED blinking,
buzzer sounding, alarm output from the terminal on the rear
of the recorder).
001 - 999 (Sec)
Default: 030 (Sec)
Alarm Output Port
Select a port from which an alarm signal is output.
0-4
When "0" is selected, no alarm signal will be output.
Default: 0
Green area: Set as the VMD area.
Clear area: Not set as the VMD area.
Red area: Cursor
Light blue area: Set as the VMD area, and currently motion
is being detected.
The VMD area can be set using the following buttons.
Arrows button: Select an area.
[SKIP d]/[SKIP s] buttons: Determine whether or not to
set the selected area as the VMD area (green: set as the
VMD area, clear: not set as the VMD area).
When completing the VMD area setting, press the [ESC]
button.
The "Alarm Rec. Setup" window will be displayed.
Move the cursor onto "OK" and press the [SET] button to
apply the settings.
Default: All areas are set as the VMD area.
Notes:
• The colors of the VMD areas may look not exactly as
described depending on the brightness or contrast of
the images displayed in the areas.
• The VMD area cannot be set for "Alarm No." to which no
video signal is supplied.
■ Advanced Setup
The following window will be displayed when the [SET] button is pressed after moving the cursor onto "Set→".
Configure the following settings on the setup window of
each "Alarm No." (☞ page 62).
Alarm Spot Camera No.
Select a camera channel from which images are to be displayed on a 1-screen at an event occurrence.
1 - 16
Default: (Same value set for "Alarm No.")
Preset Camera No.
Select a camera channel that the connected camera is to
be moved to the preset position at an alarm occurrence.
1 - 16
Default: (Same value set for "Alarm No.")
Preset Position
Set the preset position to which the camera moves at an
event occurrence.
000 - 256
When "000" is selected, the camera will not move at an
event occurrence.
Default: 000
[All] button
When the [SET] button is pressed after moving the cursor
onto "All", the same settings will be applied to the following
for all of the "Alarm No.".
• Rec. Quality
• Rec. Frame Rate
• Time range of each schedule
• Sensitivity
• Rec. Duration (Advanced Setup)
• Alarm Duration (Advanced Setup)
• Alarm Output Port (Advanced Setup)
No.01 Alarm Rec. Setup(Advanced)
Rec. Duration
060
Sec
Alarm Duration
030
Sec
Alarm Output Port
0
Alarm Spot Camera No.
01
Preset Camera No.
01
Preset Position
000
OK
Cancel
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Configure the display settings [Display Setup]
Display Setup
Status Display
All
Sequence Dwell
05
Camera Allocation Setup
Set
OK
Sec
Cancel
■ Status Display
Determine which information is to be displayed.
All: All information will be displayed.
Status: The status icons and time and date will be displayed.
Name: The camera title and time and date will be displayed.
Play: Time and date of the recorded images currently
being played will be displayed.
Off: No information will be displayed.
Default: All
■ Camera Allocation Setup
Allocate the camera channels to the areas of multi-screen
(4/6/9). Move the cursor to the desired area of multi-screen
and determine the camera channel to be allocated to the
selected area using the camera selection buttons (1-10/0).
Camera Allocation Setup
4-screen A
4-screen B
01
02
05
03
04
07
6-screen A
Note:
Error information will be displayed regardless of the setting.
■ Sequence Dwell
Set the dwell time of the sequential display (interval of
switching from a camera channel to the next camera channel).
5 - 30 (sec)
Default: 5 (sec)
4-screen C
06
09
10
08
11
12
6-screen B
02
01
13
14
15
16
9-screen
08
01
02
03
09
04
05
06
12
07
08
09
07
03
04
4-screen D
05
06
OK
10
11
Cancel
Default: As shown in the illustration above.
Important:
• The area allocated for camera channel 1 is impossible
to change.
• The same camera channel cannot be allocated to two
or more areas of the same multi-screen.
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Configure the settings relating to the camera control [Camera Control
Setup]
Configure the communication type for the camera control and the cable compensation setting for each channel.
Camera Control Setup
Camera Control Setup
Type
Protocol
Compensation
Type
Cam 1
Coax
Panasonic
S
Protocol
Cam 9
PSD
Panasonic
Cam 2
Coax
Panasonic
Cam 3
Coax
Panasonic
S
Cam 10
PSD
Panasonic
S
Cam 11
PSD
Cam 4
Coax
Panasonic
Panasonic
S
Cam 12
PSD
Cam 5
Panasonic
PSD
Panasonic
S
Cam 13
PSD
Panasonic
Cam 6
PSD
Panasonic
S
Cam 14
PSD
Panasonic
Cam 7
PSD
Panasonic
S
Cam 15
PSD
Panasonic
Cam 8
PSD
Panasonic
S
Cam 16
PSD
Panasonic
9 - 16
OK
Cancel
1 - 8
OK
Cancel
■ Type
Select a camera control method from the following.
Coax: Control the camera using the coaxial communication. (Cam 1 - 8 are available (Cam 5-8 are available
only when an optional board is installed).)
RS485: Control the cameras using the RS485 communication.
Off: Do not control the cameras.
Default: Coax (Cam 1 - 4), PSD (Cam 5 - 16)
■ Protocol
Select "Panasonic" when "RS485" is selected for "Type".
Default: Panasonic
■ Compensation
Select the cable length when "Coax." is selected for "Type".
(Cam 1 - 8 are available (Cam 5-8 are available only when
an optional board is installed).)
It is necessary to configure to control the camera using the
coaxial communication.
S: Suitable when the total cable length between the camera
and the recorder is shorter than 500 m
M: Suitable when the total cable length between the camera and the recorder is 500 - 900 m
L: Suitable when the total cable length between the camera
and the recorder is 900 - 1 200 m
Default: S
Notes:
• To display the "Camera Control Setup" page for camera
channels 9-16, click the [9-16] button.
• The setting of compensation (cable loss) will be ignored
when receiving any alarm from cameras during communication setup.
Important:
Stop recording before changing the settings relating to
the camera control. Otherwise, the cable compensation
setting (Comp.) may not be saved.
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Configure the settings relating to communications with other devices
[Communication Setup]
It is necessary to conform the setting such as the communication protocol and the line speed when connecting an external
device such as a system controller to the DATA port or the RS485 port.
It is also necessary to configure the network settings such as the IP address and the gateway address to operate the recorder
using a PC via a network.
The following is the required setting to communicate with external devices.
Communication Setup
q
Network Setup
RS485 Setup
PS.Data Setup
e
w
q Configure the network settings [Network Setup]
To operate the recorder using a PC via a network, configure the basic network settings.
Network Setup
Off
DHCP
IP Address
192.168.000.250
Subnet Mask
255.255.255.000
Gateway
192.168.000.001
Line Speed
Auto
Advanced Setup
Set→
OK
Cancel
■ DHCP
Select "On" or "Off" to determine whether or not to use the
DHCP server.
Select "On" when obtaining values for "IP Address", "Subnet
Mask" and "Gateway" from the DHCP server.
Select "Off" when entering values for "IP Address", "Subnet
Mask" and "Gateway" manually.
On: Use the DHCP server
Off: Not use the DHCP server
Default: Off
■ IP Address
Enter an IP address. For this recorder, enter 4 units from
the decimal numbers (0-255).
Default: 192.168.0.250
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■ Subnet Mask
Enter a subnet mask according to the network configuration.
Default: 255.255.255.000
■ Gateway
Enter a gateway address according to the network configuration.
Default: 192.168.0.1
■ Line Speed
The following is available for the line speed.
Auto: Line speed will be applied automatically.
100M-Half: 100 Mbps half duplex
10M-Half: 10 Mbps half duplex
100M-Full: 100 Mbps full duplex
10M-Full: 10 Mbps full duplex
Default: Auto
■ Advanced Setup
The following window will be displayed when the [SET] button is pressed after moving the cursor onto "Set→".
Network Setup (Advanced)
Off
DNS
IP Address (Primary)
---.---.---.---
IP Address (Secondary) ---.---.---.--Server Port
02000
HTTP Port
00080
OK
Cancel
■ DNS
Select "Manual" or "Auto" to enable IP address searching by
the host name using the DNS.
Select "Off" when not using the DNS.
Selecting "Auto" is available only when "On" is selected for
"DHCP" (using the DHCP server).
When "Manual" is selected for the DNS, enter the DNS server addresses in "IP Address (Primary)" and "IP Address
(Secondary)".
Enter 4 units from the decimal numbers (0-255) according
to the network configuration.
Default: Off
Server Port
Set the server port number of the recorder (required to use
the monitoring software).
1 - 65535
Default: 2000
■ HTTP Port
Set the HTTP port number of the recorder (required to use a
web browser).
1-65535
Default: 80
w Configure the RS485 settings [RS485 Setup]
Configure the RS485 settings.
e Configure the PS·Data settings [PS.Data
Setup]
Configure the PS·Data settings.
RS485 Setup
Baud Rate
19200
Data Bit
8
Parity
Stop Bit
OK
None
1
Cancel
PS.Data Setup
Unit Address(System)
001
Unit Address(Controller)
002
Baud Rate
Data Bit
Parity
Stop Bit
Retry Timing
■ Baud Rate
Select a line speed for data communication with the connected device from the following.
2 400/4 800/9 600/19 200/38 400 (bps)
Default: 19 200 (bps)
■ Data Bit
The data bit will be displayed. It is impossible to change
the value.
■ Parity
A method of checking for errors in communication functioning will be displayed. It is impossible to change the value.
■ Stop Bit
The stop bit type will be displayed. It is impossible to
change the value.
Alarm Data
Camera Number Setup
OK
9600
8
None
1
Off
1s
Set
Cancel
■ Unit Address (System)
A unit address (Sys) is a unique number assigning to
PS·Data devices. The addresses must be unique to
identify system devices when connecting multiple
devices compatible with PS·Data.
Numbers, "001"-"099", are to be assigned as the unit
addresses to the system devices.
Default: 001
■ Unit Address (Controller)
A unit address (Ctrl) is a unit address assigning to control PS·Data devices. Numbers, "002"-"099", are to be
assigned as the unit addresses to the system controller.
Default: 002
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■ Baud Rate
Select the communication speed for data transmission
with a connected device from the following.
2 400/4 800/9 600/19 200/38 400 bps
Default: 9 600
■ Data Bit
The data bit will be displayed. It is impossible to
change the value for this setting.
8 (bit)
■ Parity
Select a method to check a transmission error at communication from the following.
None: No parity check
Even: Even parity
Odd: Odd parity
Default: None
■ Stop Bit
Select a stop bit from the following.
1 bit/2 bit
Default: 1 (bit)
■ Retry Timing
Select a retransmission interval for when data reception
is not confirmed from the following.
Off/100 ms/200 ms/400 ms/1 000 ms
Default: Off
■ Alarm Data
Select a method to inform the connected controller of
an event occurrence from the following.
Off: Does not function.
0s: Informs the controller every time an event is detected.
1s/5s: Informs the controller when a specified time has
passed after detecting an event.
Default: 1 s
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■ Camera Number Setup
It is possible to assign a number to each camera channel to operate cameras using the controller compatible
with PS·Data.
Do the following to assign numbers to the camera channels.
(1) Move the cursor onto "Set" next to "Channel No."
and press the [SET] button.
The "Channel No." menu will be displayed.
Camera Number Setup
Port
Cam
Port
Cam
1
001
2
002
3
003
4
004
5
005
6
006
7
007
8
008
9
009
10
010
11
011
12
012
13
013
14
014
15
015
16
016
OK
Cancel
(2) Assign a camera number (to be operated using the
controller) for each camera port using the camera
selection buttons.
(3) After completing the camera number assignment,
move the cursor onto [OK] and press the [SET] button.
Configure the settings relating to user information [User Management]
User information such as the user level, password, etc. can be managed (registration, editing, deletion).
User Management
q
User Level Setup
Password
Logout
e
w
q Restrict the operable functions [User Level Setup]
Configure the operational level of "operator" and "viewer" for each channel.
User Level Setup
Camera No.
01
Operator Live View
Yes
Operator Playback
Yes
Viewer Live View
Yes
Viewer Playback
Yes
All
OK
Cancel
Step 1
Select a camera channel to which this setting is to be
applied. (Camera No.)
→ When a camera channel is selected, the current user
level information of the selected camera channel will be
displayed.
Note:
The camera selection buttons (1 - 10/0) are available for
the camera channel selection.
Step 2
Configure the operational level of "operator" and "viewer" for
the selected camera channel. To allow operation, select
"Yes". To forbid operation, select "No".
Live View: Monitoring of live images
Playback: Playback of recorded images
[All] button
When the [SET] button is pressed after moving the cursor
onto "All", the same settings will be applied to all of the
camera channels.
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w Set the password [Password]
Set the password for each user level. Password entry will be required to log in the recorder.
Password
Password
(Confirm)
Manager 1
********
********
******
Viewer 1
****
Viewer 2
****
Manager 2
********
********
******
Viewer 3
****
Viewer 4
****
Manager 3
********
********
******
Viewer 5
****
Viewer 6
****
Manager 4
********
******
********
Viewer 7
****
Viewer 8
****
Viewer 9
****
Viewer 10
****
Viewer 11
****
Viewer 12
****
Viewer 13
****
Viewer 14
****
Operator
Viewer
OK
Cancel
Password
(Confirm)
Operator 1
******
******
Viewer 15
****
Viewer 16
****
Operator 2
******
******
Viewer 17
****
Viewer 18
****
Operator 3
******
******
Viewer 19
****
Viewer 20
****
Operator 4
******
******
Operator 5
******
******
Operator 6
******
******
Operator 7
******
******
Operator 8
******
******
Manager
Manager
Viewer
OK
Operator
OK
Cancel
Cancel
Enter the password for each user level. Enter the same password in the "Confirm" box to set the password for "Manager" or
"Operator". Character number for the password is as follows. Enter the password using the camera selection buttons (0 - 9).
Manager: Up to 8 characters
Operator: Up to 6 characters
Viewer: Up to 4 characters
Display the desired password setup window using the [Operator], [Viewer] and [Manager] buttons on the bottom of the window.
Important:
Set a unique password, not something that would be easily guessed by a third person. The password also should be memorable.
e Logout of the recorder [Logout]
Refer to page 32 for how to log out of the recorder.
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Maintenance functions [Maintenance]
Configuration of the settings relating to the HDDs, the system information check, log check, and initialization of the settings are
available.
Maintenance
Alarm Log
Error Log
System Information
Current Recording Setting
Disk Management
Online User Information
Factory Default
Reboot System
Advanced Information
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q Check the alarm log [Alarm Log]
The alarm logs (time and date of the event occurrence and event) will be displayed in the list form.
Refer to page 28 for further information about the events.
Up to 9 990 alarm logs can be kept and the older logs will be overwritten by the newer logs.
The following is the descriptions of the alarm log.
Port=n Terminal input: Terminal input
Cam=n VMD: VMD alarm
Cam=n Command alarm reception: Command alarm
* n: Alarm No.
w Check the Error Log [Error Log]
The error logs (time and date of the error occurrence and event) will be displayed in the list form.
Up to 500 error logs can be kept and the older logs will be overwritten by the newer logs.
The following is the descriptions of the error log.
Thermal Error
Fan=a Error
HDD Full
Full Records (Reached the maximum number of files possible to keep.)
HDD=n Access Error
HDD=n SMART Warning
Cam=m Loss Signal
Cam=m Get Signal
Password Error (Incorrect password has been entered three times in a row.)
No Disk
HDD=n Write Error
* a: Fan number (1 - 5)
* n: HDD number (1 - 6)
* m: Camera No. (1 - 16)
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e Check the system information [System Information]
System information such as the firmware version, MAC address, etc. can be checked.
System Information
Firmware Version
*.**
MAC Address
AA:BB:CC:DD:EE:FF
Video Format
NTSC
Optional Board
Coax1
Current Temperature
28 degC/82 degF
Highest Temperature
37 degC/98 degF
10-05-2006 10:00:00
***
Web Data
Return
The following can be checked.
Firmware Version
MAC Address
Video Format
Optional Board
Information about the coaxial communication board (optional) will be displayed.
Coax1, Coax2: 2 of the coaxial communication board are installed.
Coax1: A single coaxial communication board is installed.
--: No coaxial communication board is installed.
Current Temperature
Highest Temperature
The current temperature inside the recorder, the highest temperature ever recorded and its time and date will be displayed.
Web Data
Version of web data will be displayed.
r Check the current recording settings [Current Recording Settings]
The current recording settings such as the image quality and the frame rate for each recording type (manual recording/timer
recording/alarm recording) for each channel, etc. can be checked.
Current Recording Settings
No.
Title
Manual
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Cam1
Cam2
Cam3
Cam4
Cam5
Cam6
Cam7
Cam8
NQ/Full
NQ/Full
NQ/Full
NQ/Full
NQ/Full
NQ/Full
NQ/Full
NQ/Full
Timer
Alarm
NQ/Full
NQ/Full
NQ/Full
NQ/Full
NQ/Full
NQ/Full
NQ/Full
NQ/Full
NQ/Full
NQ/Full
NQ/Full
NQ/Full
NQ/Full
NQ/Full
NQ/Full
NQ/Full
p 1 / 2
Prev
Next
Return
The "Title" setting can be configured with the monitoring software. Refer to the operating instructions of the monitoring software
(PDF) on the provided CD-ROM for further information.
t Manage the HDDs [Disk Management]
Format of the built-in HDDs and restore of HDD management information (list information of recorded images) are available.
Refer to pages 34 - 38 for further information.
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y Check the user information of the current login user [Online User Information]
By using the monitoring software, it is possible to check user information of the online users such as user name, operational
status and IP address.
Online User Information
No.
1
2
3
4
5
User Name
Type
IP Address
Manager 1
Operator 1
Viewer 1
Manager 1
Control
Monitor
Monitor
Playback
No Online
192.168.0.10
192.168.0.12
192.168.0.11
192.168.0.10
User
[STOP]:Disconnect Online User
Prev
Next
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The following information will be displayed for "Type".
Monitor:
Displayed live images from the cameras using the monitoring software
Control:
Logged in the recorder using the monitoring software
Backup:
Downloaded recorded images using the monitoring software
Talk:
Communicated with audio using the monitoring software
Frame:
Displayed I-Frame* using the monitoring software
Playback: Played recorded images using the monitoring software
To force the user to logout, do the following.
Step 1
Select a user to be logged out, and then press the [STOP] button.
→ The confirmation window will be displayed.
Step 2
Move the cursor onto "OK", and then press the [SET] button.
→ The selected user will be forcibly logged out.
u Reset the current settings to the default [Factory Default]
It is possible to reset the settings to the default except the time and date setting.
When the [SET] button is pressed after selecting "Factory Default", the confirmation window will be displayed.
The settings except the time and date setting will be reset to the default when the [SET] button is pressed after selecting "OK" .
Important:
When the unit has been operated with the edited server port before resetting to the default, enter the previously used server port again after resetting to the default.
i Reboot the recorder [Reboot System]
When the [SET] button is pressed after selecting "Reboot System", the confirmation window will be displayed. The recorder will
reboot when the [SET] button is pressed after selecting "OK".
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o Check the detailed information [Advanced Information]
Operation log and access log can be checked and the firmware can be upgraded.
The following window will be displayed when the [SET] button is pressed after moving the cursor onto "Set".
Advanced Information
Operation Log
Access Log
Firmware Update
■ Operation Log
Operation log of the recorder (time and date of operations and event) will be displayed in the list form.
Up to 500 operation logs can be kept and the older logs will be overwritten by the newer logs.
The following is the descriptions of the operation log.
System Startup:
[L] System Updated:
[R] System Updated:
[L] Reboot System:
[R] Reboot System:
[L] Update Settings:
[R] Update Settings:
Modify Timer Rec.:
Modify Alarm Rec.:
Modify Network:
Modify Auto Delete:
[&_%] Modify Password:
[L] TC YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS:
[R] TC YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS:
Restore Default Settings:
HDD=n Format:
HDD=n Repair Directory:
HDD=n Replace:
User Allow Overwrite:
[&_%] Disconnect User:
HDD Safety Mode:
[&_%] Data Copy:
Backup via Network:
* [L]: Operation using the buttons on the recorder
* [R]: Operation using a PC via a network
* n: HDD No.
* &: User name (M: Manager, O: Operator, V: Viewer)
* %: User number (1 – 20, A: Auto Login User)
■ Access Log
Access log (time and date, event) will be displayed in the list form.
Up to 100 access logs can be kept and the older logs will be overwritten by the newer logs.
The following is the descriptions of the access log.
[L] Manager#
[(IP address)] Manager#
[L] Operator#
[(IP address)] Operator#
[L] Viewer#
[(IP address)] Viewer#
Manager Auto Login
Operator Auto Login
Viewer Auto Login
* #: User number (1 - 20)
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■ Firmware Update
Upgrade the firmware as follows. Contact your dealer for the firmware upgrade.
Step 1
Save the firmware onto the following directory of an external recording device, and then connect the external recording device
to the recorder.
[Drive](Copy Data):\Panasonic\RT\Firmware\rt4flash.img
Step 2
Move the cursor onto "Firmware Update", and then press the [SET] button.
→ Versions of the current firmware and the new firmware will be displayed.
Step 3
Move the cursor onto "OK", and then press the [SET] button.
→ When the firmware upgrade is completed, the recorder will reboot on its own.
Notes:
• Before starting the firmware upgrade, stop recording, playback and the monitoring software operation.
• The firmware will be overwritten and never can be downgrade when upgraded once.
• When using an external HDD or a USB memory stick, format it to FAT32 using a PC in advance.
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Operation using the system controller
The following are descriptions of how to operate the unit using the system controller WV-CU650.
To operate the unit using the system controller WV-CU650, configure the settings required to use a PS·Data compatible system
controller in advance.
■ Operation using the WV-CU650
Operation
WJ-RT416
SETUP
(Open)
Open/close the "Setup Menu"
ESC
(Close)
WV-CU650
Note
After displaying the "System
Setup (301)" submenu of the
WV-CU650
F1
Open the "SETUP
MENU"
F2
At the default setting of the WV-CU650, it is possible to
display the "System Setup (301)" submenu by pressing
the [F1]
button while holding the [SHIFT]
button down.
F1
SHIFT
Close the "SETUP
MENU"
Select an item
SKIP
Change the set parameter
–
Enter a value
+
Camera selection buttons
1 - 10/0
1 , 2 , ...
SKIP
Change the cursor position
–
Press the button to go to the
next menu
or
,
+
or
,
SET
or
CAM
(SET)
ESC
Return to the previous menu
Display the time and date
search window
Display the list search window
MON
(ESC)
SEARCH
SEARCH
T & D SEARCH
SEARCH
SEARCH
T & D SEARCH
ESC
Close the search window
MON
(ESC)
SHIFT
Suspend alarm
ALARM
–
ALM SUSPEND
Alarm reset
ALARM
RESET
Same action as when "AD-M" is selected for
"Alarm Duration" of "Terminal" and "VMD" will
be taken during the alarm suspension.
ALM RESET
ALM ALL RESET
REC REC STOP
REC
REC STOP
REC REC STOP
REC
REC STOP
Manual recording
Stop recording
Available only during recording
Press for 2 seconds
or more
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Press for 2 seconds
or more
Operation
WJ-RT416
PLAY/
WV-CU650
PAUSE
PLAY/PAUSE
Play
STOP
Stop playback
Fast forward/slow playback/
fast rewind
REV
PLAY/
Note
STOP
FWD
PAUSE
PLAY/PAUSE
Available only during playback
Pause playback
Skip to the next frame
Skip to the next/previous
record
Select a camera
Select a multi-screen
REV
FWD
Available only during pause
SKIP
–
+
Camera selection buttons
1 - 16
Camera
number
5
MULTI
SCREEN
MULTISCREEN
8 0 1
Select a camera channel
CAM
(SET)
SHIFT
CAM FUNC
Available only when displaying on a multiscreen
SYS FUNC
801: CH1, 802: CH2, ..... 816: CH16
5
8 1 6
It is possible to stop the sequential display by pressing
the [SEQ PAUSE/SEQ STOP]
button while holding
the [SHIFT]
button down.
TOUR SEQ
Sequential display ON
SEQUENCE
SEQ PAUSE
SEQ STOP
SHIFT
GROUP SEQ
COPY
Display the copy window
When the search window is
being displayed
F4
Available only when the search window is
being displayed
ESC
Close the copy window
MON
(ESC)
ESC
Mute ON/OFF
SHIFT
8 0 0
CAM FUNC
5
SYS FUNC
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Troubleshooting
Before asking for repairs, check the symptoms with the following table.
Contact your dealer if a problem cannot be solved even after checking and trying the solution or a problem is not described
below, and when having a problem with installations.
Symptom
Cannot turn on the power of the
recorder.
No live image is displayed.
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Cause/solution
Reference
pages
• Is the power cord connected to an AC outlet firmly?
Confirm that the cord is firmly connected.
–
• Is the provided power cord connected to the recorder
firmly?
Confirm that the cord is firmly connected.
–
• Is the lens cap detached from the camera?
Confirm that the lens cap is detached from the camera.
–
• Are the power of the camera and the connected devices
on?
Confirm that the power of the cameras and the connected
devices are on.
–
• Are the cables connected correctly and firmly?
Confirm that the cables are connected correctly and firmly.
–
• Are the brightness and contrast settings of the monitor
adjusted correctly?
Check the settings.
–
• Is the user level of the current login user set to allow monitoring of live images?
Confirm that the user level of the current login user.
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Displayed images do not fit in
the screen.
• It may be due to the effective pixels of the monitor in use.
This is not malfunction.
–
Blurred images are displayed.
• Is there dust or dirt on the lens?
Check the lens.
–
Cannot select the setup item on
the setup menu.
• Some of the setup items on the setup menu cannot be
selected/configured depending on the user level settings.
Confirm that the user level of the current login user.
33, 69
Noise appears when playing
recorded images, and sometimes distorted.
• Sometimes this may occur due to the performance of the
recorder. This is not malfunction.
–
Symptom
The recorder starts up in the
HDD safety mode when turning
on the power.
Cause/solution
• The recorder always starts up in the HDD safety mode
when the power is turned on. This is not malfunction.
• Check if the HDD has any available disk space.
Reference
pages
41
34, 35
Cannot start recording.
Cannot play recorded images.
Cannot operate the camera.
• Check the schedule settings.
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• Is this user allowed to play recorded images?
Check the user level setting of the user who is currently
logged in.
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• Check the connection of the camera to be operated.
Coaxial communication control is available for the cameras
connected to the VIDEO IN 1 to 4 connectors.
46
• Check if the camera to be controlled is a combination camera.
–
• Check the camera control settings.
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• Check if alarm output signals are properly input to the
AUDIO IN/ALARM OUT or ALARM IN/CONTROL terminal
on the rear of the recorder.
13, 52, 53
No alarm action is taken.
• Check the settings for "Event Setup".
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No notification mail is sent.
• When alarms occurred sequentially for a long period, notification mail of a new alarm occurrence may not be sent.
–
The clock does not keep correct time.
• Check if the built-in backup battery has been worn out.
The lifetime of the battery is approx. 5 years. (The lifetime
of the battery differs depending on the condition of the
environment.) Contact your dealer for replacement of the
built-in backup battery.
–
It takes some time to start playback after the search.
• The hard disk in which the images to be played are stored
may be in the stand-by mode. It may take some time for
the hard disk to resume from the stand-by mode and start
playback. This is not malfunction.
–
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Inspect the power cord, power plug and connectors periodically.
Symptom
Cause/solution
Cannot copy recorded images
onto a disk using the internal
CD/DVD drive. (Only when
using the WJ-RT416V.)
• Isn't the inserted disk incompatible with the internal
CD/DVD drive?
• Is a disk placed on the disk tray correctly?
• Isn't any external recording device connected to the
COPY1 or COPY2 port?
–
Cannot control the recorder
using the system controller.
• PS·Data communication may become unstable during
download of images.
Try to operate the system controller to control the recorder
after completing the download.
–
The recorder needs much time
to start up.
• Increased image data volume in the hard disk prolongs the
time for startup and search.
–
Overwrite recording is performed even though there
exists available disk space.
• Approximately 1 670 000 recorded images can be managed with this recorder. When recording is performed
when there exists approx. 1 670 000 recorded images,
existing recorded images will be overwritten even though
there exists available disk space. To use the available disk
space effectively, set the larger value for "Time Per File".
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The camera selection button
respective to the camera channel that is being used for the
current recording goes off for
several seconds and the
recording icon sometimes disappears.
• The recorder records images and the recorded images will
be divided into files according to the determined recording
time length. The lit camera selection button will go off and
the recording icon will disappear temporarily when the
determined recording time length has passed. Even when
this occurs, recording is still being performed.
–
Playback is sometimes paused
for several seconds when performing playback during recording.
• When the load to be processed becomes large, playback
may be paused temporarily to decrease the load to be
processed. This is not a malfunction.
–
The power cord insulation is
damaged.
The power cord, plug and connectors get hot during use.
The power cord gets hot when
bent or stretched.
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• The power cord, plug and connectors are worn out.
This may result in electric shock or a fire.
Unplug the power plug from the AC outlet immediately, and refer to qualified
service personnel.
Specifications
General
Power source
120 V AC, 60 Hz (NTSC model), 220 - 240 V AC, 50 Hz (PAL model)
Power consumption
WJ-RT416, WJ-RT416K:
110 W
WJ-RT416V, WJ-RT416VK: 120 W
Ambient operating temperature 5 °C - 45 °C {41 °F - 113 °F}
Ambient operating humidity
WJ-RT416, WJ-RT416K:
5 % - 90 % (non condensing)
WJ-RT416V, WJ-RT416VK: 10 % - 80 % (non condensing)
Dimensions
430 mm (W) x 88 mm (H) x 459 mm (D) {16-15/16" (W) x 3-7/16" (H) x 18-1/16"(D)}
(excluding rubber feet and projections)
Weight
WJ-RT416K, WJ-RT416VK: 11 kg {24.28 lbs.}
WJ-RT416, WJ-RT416V:
12 kg {26.49 lbs.}
Input/Output
Video
VIDEO IN connectors
Composite video input signal 1 V[P-P]/75 Ω, x16 input
(BNC) Control-signal multiplex x4 input (CH1–CH4)
*CH5 - CH8 (when an optional board is installed)
MONITOR1 connector
Composite video output signal 1 V[P-P]/75 Ω, x1 output
(BNC)
VIDEO OUT connectors
Active-through output 1V[P-P]/75 Ω x4 output (CH1 - CH4)
Loop-through output (auto termination) 1V[P-P]/75 Ω x12
output (CH5 - CH16) (BNC)
* When an optional board is installed
Active-through output 1V[P-P]/75 Ω x8 output (CH1 - CH8)
Loop-through output (auto termination) 1V[P-P]/75 Ω x8
output (CH9 - CH16)
RGB output x1 (D-SUB, 15-pin), 1024 x 768 resolution
MONITOR2 terminal
Audio
Alarm
AUDIO IN connectors
–10 dBv 51 kΩ, unbalanced, x16 (CH1 - 6: RCA, CH7 - 16, D-SUB
25-pin)
External AUDIO IN connector
–52dBv 2.2 kΩ, unbalanced, x1 input (RCA)
AUDIO OUT connector
–10 dBv 1 kΩ, unbalanced, x 1 output (RCA)
ALARM IN
Non-voltage make contact, pulse width 100 ms or more,
x16 input (D-SUB, 25-pin)
ALARM OUT
Normally open/Normally closed/Common, 1A 30 V DC max.,
4 each output (D-SUB, 25-pin)
Network (10/100BASE-T) port
10BASE-T/100BASE-TX x1 (RJ-45)
RS485 (CAMERA) port
RS485 x1 (RJ-11)
Data port (DATA)
RS485 x1 (RJ-11)
COPY port
WJ-RT416, WJ-RT416K:
SERIAL interface x2
WJ-RT416V, WJ-RT416VK: SERIAL interface x2, internal CD/DVD drive x1 (CD-R, DVD-R
compatible)
Function
Image compression method
MPEG-4
Resolution
NTSC model: Field (704 x 240), SIF (352 x 240)
PAL model: Field (704 x 288), SIF (352 x 288)
Rec. Frame Rate
NTSC model: Max. 30 ips (for each channel)
PAL model: Max. 25 ips (for each channel)
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Standard accessories
CD-ROM* ..............................................................................................................1 pc.
Installation Guide (this book) ............................................................................... 1 pc.
Warranty (only for NTSC model) ........................................................................... 1 set
* The following are included on the CD-ROM.
• Network Operating Instructions (PDF)
• Monitoring software (RT4Client)
• Batch file to delete ActiveX (RT4WebClear)
The following is for installation.
Power cable for NTSC model ............................................................................... 1 pc.
Power cable for PAL model ................................................................................ 2 pcs.
HDD mounting screw, sleeve, damper for the WJ-RT416K .................... 24 pcs. each
HDD mounting screw, sleeve, damper for the WJ-RT416 ...................... 20 pcs. each
HDD mounting screw, sleeve, damper for the WJ-RT416VK .................. 20 pcs. each
HDD mounting screw, sleeve, damper for the WJ-RT416V .................... 16 pcs. each
Rack mounting brackets .................................................................................... 2 pcs.
Fixing screw for rack mounting brackets ........................................................... 8 pcs.
Recording time length
Approximate possible recording time length (days) is as follows.
Possible recording time length varies depending on object of shooting.
• Camera channel: 16 channels
• Audio: Off
• I Frame Interval: 4 (Default)
• Resolution: Field
Rec. Frame Rate
Rec. Duration: 10 hours/day
Rec. Duration: 24 hours/day
HDD capacity
HDD capacity
Rec. Quality
500 GB*1
Full
500 GB*1
1000 GB*2 1500 GB*3
SP Fine
3.0
6.0
9.0
1.2
2.5
3.7
Fine
3.7
7.3
11
1.5
3.1
4.6
Normal
4.7
9.4
14
2.0
3.9
5.9
Extended
6.6
13
19
2.7
5.5
8.2
*1 Consisted of two 250 GB HDDs
*2 Consisted of four 250 GB HDDs
*3 Consisted of six 250 GB HDDs
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1000 GB*2 1500 GB*3
Information for Users on Collection and Disposal of Old Equipment and used Batteries
These symbols on the products, packaging, and/or accompanying documents mean that used electrical and electronic products
and batteries should not be mixed with general household waste.
For proper treatment, recovery and recycling of old products and used batteries, please take them to applicable collection
points, in accordance with your national legislation and the Directives 2002/96/EC and 2006/66/EC.
By disposing of these products and batteries correctly, you will help to save valuable resources and prevent any potential
negative effects on human health and the environment which could otherwise arise from inappropriate waste handling.
For more information about collection and recycling of old products and batteries, please contact your local municipality, your
waste disposal service or the point of sale where you purchased the items.
Penalties may be applicable for incorrect disposal of this waste, in accordance with national legislation.
For business users in the European Union
If you wish to discard electrical and electronic equipment, please contact your dealer or supplier for further information.
[Information on Disposal in other Countries outside the European Union]
These symbols are only valid in the European Union. If you wish to discard these items, please contact your local authorities or
dealer and ask for the correct method of disposal.
Cd
Note for the battery symbol (bottom two symbol examples):
This symbol might be used in combination with a chemical symbol. In this case it complies with the requirement set by the
Directive for the chemical involved.
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For U.S. and Canadian fields:
For European and other fields:
Panasonic System Networks Company of America,
Unit of Panasonic Corporation of North America
http://panasonic.net
www.panasonic.com/business/
For customer support, call 1.800.528.6747
Three Panasonic Way, Secaucus, New Jersey 07094 U.S.A.
Importer's name and address to follow EU rules:
Panasonic Canada Inc.
Panasonic Testing Centre
Panasonic Marketing Europe GmbH
Winsbergring 15, 22525 Hamburg F.R.Germany
5770 Ambler Drive, Mississauga, Ontario, L4W 2T3 Canada
(905)624-5010
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