Focus 4K Embedded
Network Video Recorder
HEN081*4
HEN161*4
HEN321*4
HEN162*4
HEN322*4
HEN642*4
HEN163*4
HEN323*4
HEN643*4
(* = Storage in TB)
User Guide
Document 800-22743 – Rev A – 02/2017
User Guide
Revisions
Issue
Date
Revisions
A
02/2017
New document based on 800-21090V3.
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Cautions and Warnings
Installation and servicing should be performed only by qualified and experienced technicians to conform to all local
codes and to maintain your warranty.
WARNING Use only with the supplied power converters. The Ethernet
connection is not intended to be connected to an exposed (outside plant) network.
CAUTION
There is a risk of explosion if the battery is replaced by an incorrect type.
Dispose of used batteries in accordance to local laws.
CAUTION
Installation and servicing should be performed only by qualified and
experienced technicians to conform to all local codes and to maintain your warranty.
Regulatory Statements
FCC Compliance Statement
Information to the User: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation.
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If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning
the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
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Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Note
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la Classe B est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
Manufacturer’s Declaration of Conformance
North America
The equipment supplied with this guide conforms to UL 60950-1 and CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1.
Europe
The manufacturer declares that the equipment supplied is compliant with the essential protection requirements of the
EMC directive 2004/108/EC and the Low Voltage Directive (LVD) 2006/95/EC, conforming to the requirements of
standards EN 55022 for emissions, EN 50130-4 for immunity, and EN 60950 for electrical equipment safety.
Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE)
Correct Disposal of this Product (applicable in the European Union and other
European countries with separate collection systems).
This product should be disposed of, at the end of its useful life, as per applicable
local laws, regulations, and procedures.
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Safety Instructions
BEFORE OPERATING OR INSTALLING THE UNIT, READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS.
AFTER INSTALLATION, retain the safety and operating instructions for future reference
1.
HEED WARNINGS - Adhere to all warnings on the unit and in the operating instructions.
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INSTALLATION
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Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
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Installation and servicing should be performed only by qualified and experienced technicians to conform to
all local codes and to maintain your warranty.
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Do not install the unit in an extremely hot or humid location, or in a place subject to dust or mechanical
vibration. The unit is not designed to be waterproof. Exposure to rain or water may damage the unit.
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Any wall or ceiling mounting of the product should follow the manufacturer’s instructions and use a
mounting kit approved or recommended by the manufacturer.
3.
POWER SOURCES - This product should be operated only from the type of power source indicated on the
marking label. If you are not sure of the type of power supplied to your facility, consult your product dealer or
local power company.
4.
HEAT - Situate away from items that produce heat or are heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves,
or other products (including amplifiers).
5.
WATER AND MOISTURE - Do not use this unit near water or in an unprotected outdoor installation, or any area
classified as a wet location.
6.
MOUNTING SYSTEM - Use only with a mounting system recommended by the manufacturer, or sold with the
product.
7.
ATTACHMENTS - Do not use attachments not recommended by the product manufacturer as they may result in
the risk of fire, electric shock, or injury to persons.
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ACCESSORIES - Only use accessories specified by the manufacturer.
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CLEANING - Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning.
10. SERVICING - Do not attempt to service this unit yourself as opening or removing covers may expose you to
dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
11. REPLACEMENT PARTS - When replacement parts are required, be sure the service technician has used
replacement parts specified by the manufacturer or have the same characteristics as the original part.
Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire, electric shock or other hazards.
Warranty and Service
Subject to the terms and conditions listed on the Product warranty, during the warranty period Honeywell will repair or
replace, at its sole option, free of charge, any defective products returned prepaid.
In the event you have a problem with any Honeywell product, please call Customer Service at 1.800.323.4576 for
assistance or to request a Return Merchandise Authorization (RMA) number.
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Be sure to have the model number, serial number, and the nature of the problem available for the technical service
representative.
Prior authorization must be obtained for all returns, exchanges, or credits. Items shipped to Honeywell without a
clearly identified Return Merchandise Authorization (RMA) number may be refused.
List of Symbols
The following is a list of symbols that might appear on the NVR.
Table 1-1
Symbol
List of Symbols
Explanation
The WEEE symbol.
This symbol indicates that when the end-user wishes to
discard this product, it must be sent to separate collection
facilities for recovery and recycling. By separating this product
from other household-type waste, the volume of waste sent to
incinerators or landfills will be reduced, and thus natural
resources will be conserved.
The UL compliance logo.
This logo indicates that the product has been tested and is
listed by the Underwriters Laboratories.
The FCC compliance logo.
This logo indicates that the product conforms to Federal
Communication’s Commission compliance standards.
The direct current symbol.
This symbol indicates that the power input/output for the
product is direct current.
The alternating current symbol.
This symbol indicates that the power input/output for the
product is alternating current.
The LDPE symbol.
This symbol indicates that this product is made of
Low-Density Polyethylene (LDPE).
The Direct Current symbol.
This symbol indicates that the product operates from a 12 V
direct current.
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Table 1-1
Symbol
List of Symbols
Explanation
The Lead-free symbol.
This symbol indicates that the product does not contain lead
(Pb).
The CCC compliance logo.
This logo indicates that the product conforms with the China
Compulsory Certification guidelines.
The Environment Friendly Use-period symbol.
This symbol indicates the length of time that this electronic
product can used without harming the environment.
The RCM Compliance symbol.
This symbol indicates that the product conforms with the
Australian RCM guidelines.
The TVU Lab symbol.
This symbol indicates that the product has been safety tested
by the TUV Lab.
The Direct Current symbol.
This Direct Current symbol indicates that the product operates
direct current.
This symbol indicates that the product is to be used indoors.
The CE Compliance logo.
This logo indicates that the product conforms to the relevant
guidelines/standards for the European Union harmonization
legislation.
The Protective Earth symbol.
This symbol indicates that the marked terminal is intended for
connection to the protective earth/grounding conductor.
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Table 1-1
Symbol
List of Symbols
Explanation
This symbol is used to direct attention to important
information.
This symbol warns that the corresponding action could result
in an electric shock.
This symbol indicates On/Standby functionality of the
corresponding control/button/switch.
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Contents
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About This Document . . . . . .
Overview of Contents. . . .
Related Documents . . . .
Typographical Conventions
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Overview of the Network Video Recorder . . . . . . . . . . . .
Features of the Network Video Recorder . . . . . . . . . . . .
Network Video Recorder Components. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mouse Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the On-screen Keyboard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Getting Started . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Unpacking the NVR. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting External Devices. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Typical NVR Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Starting and Shutting Down the NVR . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Starting the NVR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Shutting Down the NVR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting Up the NVR with the Startup Wizard . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting Up Bi-Directional Communication Connection . . . . .
Audio Output Device to a PC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PC to an Audio Input Device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Viewing Live Video . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
About Live View. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring Live View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the Screen Layout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Controlling PTZ Cameras . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Working with the PTZ Control Panel . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring PTZ Connection Settings. . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring PTZ Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Calling Presets, Tours, and Patterns . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring Auxiliary Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Manual Recording Settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Automatic Recording Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring the General Recording Settings . . . . . . . .
Configuring the Video Recording Schedule. . . . . . . . .
Configuring the Snapshot Recording Schedule . . . . . .
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Playing Back Video . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Searching For and Playing Back Video . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
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Smart Search . . . . . . . .
Smart Player Playback . . . . . .
Playing Back Snapshots . . . . .
Backing Up Video and Snapshots
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Configuring Camera Settings. . . .
Adding a Camera . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring Camera Image Settings .
Configuring Encoding Settings. . . .
Configuring Snapshot Settings. . . .
Configuring the Text Overlay . . . . .
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Configuring Network Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring TCP/IP and Port Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring TCP/IP Settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring Port Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring Wireless Connection Settings. . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring Advanced Network Settings . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring PPPoE Settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring DDNS Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring IP Filter Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring Email Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring FTP Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring UPnP Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring SNMP Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring Multicast Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring Registration Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring Alarm Center Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring Switch Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring P2P Settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Configuring Event Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring Motion Detection Settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring Video Loss Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring Video Tampering Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring System Abnormality Event Settings . . . . . . . .
Configuring HDD Event Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring Network Event Settings . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring Alarm Input Settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring IPC External Alarms . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring IPC Offline Alarm Events . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring Local Alarm Inputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring Network Alarm Inputs . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring Remote Alarm Inputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring Face Detection Settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring Audio Detection Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring Alarm Outputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Configuring the Snapshot Recording Schedule . . . . . .
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Configuring HDD Advanced Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Configuring System Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring General System Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring Device Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring Date and Time Settings . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring Holiday Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring Display Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring Display Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring Tour Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring Custom Split Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring RS232 Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring Pan/Tilt/Zoom Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring Point of Sales Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring Broadcast Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring Voice Prompt Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Managing Voice Prompt Files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring Voice Prompt Schedules . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring Account Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Managing User Accounts and Groups . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring Account Security Questions . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring Automatic Maintenance Settings . . . . . . . . . .
Exporting and Importing System Configurations . . . . . . . .
Restoring Default Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Upgrading the NVR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Viewing System Information . . . . . .
Viewing Hard Disk Information . .
Viewing Recording Information . .
Viewing Data Stream Information .
Viewing Version Information. . . .
Viewing Event Information . . . . . . .
Viewing Network Information . . . . . .
Viewing Online Users . . . . . . .
Viewing Network Load Information
Viewing Network Test Information.
Viewing Log Information . . . . . . . .
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Before Connecting Alarm Inputs and Outputs . . . . . .
Alarm Input and Output Rear Panel Connections. . . . .
Guidelines for Connecting Local Alarm Input Ports. . . .
Guidelines for Connecting Alarm Output Ports . . . . . .
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Appendix B Installing Hard Drives . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Hard Disk Drive Recommendations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installing Hard Drives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installing a HDD on HEN081*4/HEN161*4/HEN321*4 . . .
Installing a HDD on HEN162*4/HEN322*4/HEN642*4 . . .
Installing a HDD on HEN163*4/HEN323*4/HEN643*4 . . .
Installing an Additional HDD. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
List of Compatible SATA HDDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
List of Compatible Portable HDDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Appendix C MAXPRO® Cloud . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 169
Configuring for MAXPRO Cloud Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 169
Appendix D Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 171
800-22743 - A - 02/2017
14 | Focus 4K Embedded Network Video Recorder User Guide
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About This Document
This document introduces the Honeywell Focus 4K Embedded Network Video Recorder. It
explains how to install and operate the Focus 4K Embedded Network Video Recorder.
This document is intended for installers and users.
Overview of Contents
This document contains the following chapters and appendixes:
•
Chapter 1, Introduction, describes the front and rear panel layout of the NVR, and mouse
and remote control functions.
•
Chapter 2, Getting Started, describes how to connect the NVR and log on to its user
interface.
•
Chapter 3, Viewing Live Video, describes the NVR’s real-time monitoring mode and
associated NVR operations, including controlling a PTZ camera (if connected).
•
Chapter 4, Recording Video, describes how to manually record a video clip and how to set
up automatic recording.
•
Chapter 5, Playing Back Video, describes how to search for and play back recorded video
and snapshots, and how to save recorded files to an external storage device.
•
Chapter 6, Configuring Camera Settings, describes how to configure camera image
settings, encoder settings, snapshot settings, privacy mask settings, camera name
settings, and channel type settings.
•
Chapter 7, Configuring Network Settings, describes how to configure the NVR’s network
settings, including connection settings, email settings, FTP settings, registration settings,
and alarm center settings.
•
Chapter 8, Configuring Event Settings, describes how to configure the NVR’s alarm
settings, including settings for motion detection, video loss, camera tampering, and
system events.
•
Chapter 9, Configuring Storage Settings, describes how to configure the NVR’s storage
settings, including recording settings and HDD management settings.
800-22743 - A - 02/2017
16 | Focus 4K Embedded Network Video Recorder User Guide
•
Chapter 10, Configuring System Settings, describes how to configure NVR system
settings, display settings, and user accounts; export and import configuration settings to
and from other NVRs; restore default settings; and upgrade the system firmware.
•
Chapter 11, Viewing Information, describes how to view system, event, network, and log
information.
•
Chapter 12, Troubleshooting, lists troubleshooting steps for resolving errors that you may
encounter when operating the NVR.
•
Appendix A, Connecting Alarm Input/Outputs, provides guidelines for connecting alarm
inputs and outputs.
•
Appendix B, Installing Hard Drives, lists the manufacturers and models of compatible
HDDs, including SATA HDDs and portable HDDs, and provides instructions for installing
an additional HDD.
•
Appendix C, MAXPRO® Cloud, explains how to switch the NVR for MAXPRO Cloud mode.
•
Appendix D, Specifications, lists the NVRs’ specifications.
Related Documents
This document is a necessary prerequisite for understanding the Focus 4K Embedded Network
Video Recorder. For more information, please refer to the following documents:
Document title
Part number
Description
Embedded NVR Quick Installation
Guide
800-21088
Visually describes how to connect and start up an
Network Video Recorder.
Embedded NVR Quick Networking
Guide
800-21089
Visually describes how to configure network
connections, including the mobile application.
HED8PR1 4K True Day/Night IR Ball
IP Camera Quick Installation Guide
800-22752
Describes the physical setup of a HED8PR1 ball
camera.
HBD8PR1 4K True Day/Night IR
Bullet IP Camera Quick Installation
Guide
800-22751
Describes the physical setup of a HBD8PR1 bullet
camera.
H4D8PR1 4K True Day/Night IR
Minidome IP Camera Quick
Installation Guide
800-22749
Describes the physical setup of a H4D8PR1 bullet
camera.
Performance Series 4K IP Cameras
User Guide
800-22748
Describes the Performance Series IP Cameras, how to
install them, how to configure them, and how to operate
them.
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| 17
Typographical Conventions
This document uses the following typographical conventions:
Font
What it represents
Example
Helvetica
Keys on the keyboard
Press Ctrl+C
Lucida
Values of editable fields that are mentioned in the
The Time from field can be set to
body text of the document for reference purposes,
Hours:Minute:Seconds.
but do not need to be entered as part of a procedure
Text strings displayed on the screen
Syntax
The message Unauthorized
displays.
(object) entered
Swiss721 BT Bold Words or characters that you must type. The word
“enter” is used if you must type text and then press
the Enter or Return key.
Italic
Enter the password.
Menu titles and other items you select
Double-click Open from the File menu.
Buttons you click to perform actions
Click Exit to close the program.
Placeholders: words that vary depending on the
situation
Enter your user name.
Cross-reference to external source
Refer to the Embedded NVR Quick
Installation Guide.
Cross-reference within document
See Chapter 7, Configuring Network
Settings.
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1
Introduction
1
This chapter covers:
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An overview of the Network Video Recorder on page 19
•
The features of the Network Video Recorder on page 20
•
The components of the NVR on page 21
•
An overview of the USB mouse and its operation on page 25.
•
An overview of remote control operation page 26.
Overview of the Network Video Recorder
The Focus 4K Embedded Network Video Recorder is a high-performance network video
recorder. It supports:
•
Local preview
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Multiple-window display
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Local recorded file storage
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Remote control and mouse shortcut menu operation
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Remote management
•
Control
The Focus 4K Embedded Network Video Recorder also features multiple storage options:
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Central storage: 3rd party storage, such as network storage
•
Front-end storage: The NVR’s HDD storage
•
Client-end storage: Storage on the client’s computer
Because of the flexibility of its design, the Focus 4K Embedded Network Video Recorder can be
used in a variety of applications, such as public security, water conservancy, transportation, and
education.
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Features of the Network Video Recorder
Table 1-1
Network Video Recorder Features
Category
Features
User Management
•
•
Storage
•
•
•
Alarm
•
•
Network Monitor
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Different user rights for each group; each user belongs to
a specific group.
User rights cannot exceed Group rights.
Supports central server backup that follows your
configuration and setup in Alarm or Schedule settings.
Supports recording through the Internet. The recorded
files are stored on the client’s PC.
Supports network storage, such as FTP.
Responds to external alarms almost instantly (within 200
milliseconds), based on your pre-defined relay setup. You
can also configure a visual and/or noise prompt (if
supported by a pre-recorded noise) upon alarm
detection.
Supports central alarm server setup, so that alarm
information can automatically and remotely notify users.
The alarm input can be derived from various connected
peripheral devices.
The NVR supports the transmission of audio/video data
that is compressed by an IP camera, which is then
decoded for display. The delay time is less than 500 ms
(sufficient network bandwidth support is required).
Supports a maximum of 10 connections.
Compatible to broadcast audio/video with the following
transmission protocols: HTTP, TCP, UDP, MULTICAST,
RTP/RTCP.
Transmits some alarm data or alarm information through
SMTP.
Supports Internet access through the WAN.
Window Split
•
Video compression plus a digital process allows the NVR
to split the monitor screen to show four video channels at
the same time.
Recording
•
Supports a schedule for recording. The recorded files can
be saved in the HDD, on the client’s PC, or on a network
storage server. You can search and view the recorded
video that is stored locally or through the Internet
connection.
Backup
•
Supports backing up video, through the network, to a
USB 2.0 device. The recorded files can be saved on the
network storage server, on a peripheral USB 2.0 device,
or to a burner, for example.
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Table 1-1
Network Video Recorder Features (cont’d)
Category
Features
Network Management
•
•
Peripheral Equipment
Management
•
•
Auxiliary
•
•
•
•
•
•
Supports NVR configuration and management through
the Ethernet.
Supports device management through the Internet.
Supports peripheral equipment management such as
protocol setup and port connection.
Supports transparent data transmission such as RS232
(RS-422) and RS485 (RS-485).
Supports switching between NTSC and PAL.
Supports viewing real-time system resources information
and running statistics display.
Supports log file.
Supports local GUI output and shortcut menu operation
with a computer mouse.
Supports IR control using shortcut menu operation with a
computer mouse.
Supports IP camera remote video preview and control.
Network Video Recorder Components
For NVR specifications, please see Appendix D on page 171.
Figure 1-1
Note
NVR Front Panel
HEN163*4 / HEN323*4 / HEN643*4 NVR front panel is shown here.
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Table 1-2
Component Name
NVR Front Panel Components
Icon
Function
Power Button
Power button. Press this button for three seconds
to boot up or shut down the NVR.
IR Receiver
Receives the signal from the remote control.
Shift
() SHIFT
•
•
Assistant
Fn
•
•
•
•
•
•
When the cursor is in a textbox, click this
button to switch between numbers and letters
(lower case/upper case).
Enable/disable a tour.
Single window monitor mode: Click this
button to display the Assistant function; to start
PTZ control (not supported); and to configure
the image color.
Backspace function: When entering letters or
numbers, press and hold for 1.5 seconds to
delete the last-entered character.
Motion detection: Use in conjunction with the
direction keys.
Text mode: When entering characters, click to
switch between numbers and letters
(uppercase/lowercase).
HDD management: Click to switch the HDD
recording information and other information.
(Menu prompt.)
Other special functions.
Play Previous
I
In playback mode, play the previous video.
Play Next
I
In playback mode, play the next video.
Slow Play
Click to adjust the playback speed. Various slow
playback speeds are available.
Fast Play

Click to adjust the playback speed. Various fast
playback speeds are available.
Reverse/Pause
II
•
•
Normal playback: Click to reverse playback.
Reverse playback: Click to pause playback.
Play/Pause
II
•
Reverse playback or pause mode: Click to
return to normal playback mode.
Normal playback: Click to pause playback.
Pause mode: Click to resume playback.
Real-time monitor mode: Click to enter the
Search interface.
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•
•
ESC
ESC
•
•
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Rec
•
Go to the previous menu or cancel the current
operation.
Playback: Click to go back to the real-time
monitor mode.
Click to start/stop manual recording.
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Table 1-2
NVR Front Panel Components
Component Name
Icon
Function
Up/Down

•
•
•
Left/Right

•
•
Enter
ENTER
USB 2.0 Port
•
•
•
Activate the current control, modify setup, and
then move up and/or down.
Increase or decrease the current number.
Assistant function such as the PTZ menu (not
supported).
Shift the currently active control, then move left
or right.
Playback mode: Click to control the playback
bar.
Confirm the current operation.
Go to the Default button.
Go to the Menu.
Connect to a USB 2.0 storage device, USB 2.0
mouse or CD/DVD burner.
HDD Abnormal
Indication Light
HDD
Lights BLUE to indicate an HDD error or when the
HDD capacity is below the specified threshold.
Network Abnormal
Indication Light
Net
Lights BLUE to indicate that a network error has
occurred or that there is no network connection.
Figure 1-2
NVR Back Panel
HEN081*4 NVR
HEN161*4 / HEN321*4 NVR
HEN162*4 / HEN322*4 / HEN642*4 / HEN163*4 / HEN323*4 / HEN643*4 NVR
Note * = storage in TB.
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Table 1-3
Icon/Marker
NVR Back Panel Components
Port/Component
Name
Connection Function
USB 2.0 Port
Connect a USB 2.0 mouse.
Network Port
10 M / 100 M / 1000 Mbps self-adaptive Ethernet
port. Connect to a network cable.
RS232 (RS-422)
232 Debug COM
For general COM debugging, to configure the IP
address or to transfer transparent COM data.
HDMI
High Definition
Media Interface
High definition audio and video signal output port.
It transmits uncompressed high-definition video
and multiple-channel data to the display device’s
HDMI port.
VGA
VGA Video Output
Port
1-4
Alarm Input Port
VGA
VGA video output port. Outputs the analog video
signal. It can connect to the monitor for viewing
analog video.
•
•
Alarm Input Port
Ground End
NO1 to NO2
C1 to C2
Alarm input ground end.
2 channel Alarm
Output Port
Receives the signals from the external alarm
sources. Two types: NO (normally open), NC
(normally closed).
When your alarm input device is using external
power, please make sure the device and the
NVR have the same ground.
•
I/O Port
•
•
Two groups of alarm output ports. (Group 1:
port NO1 ~ C1; Group 2: port NO2 ~ C2).
Output alarm signal to the alarm device. Please
make sure there is power to the external alarm
device.
NO: Normally open alarm output port.
C: Alarm output public end.
Power Button
Power On/Off button.
PoE Ports
The built-in switch supports PoE function. It also
supports up to 48 V / 50 W.
VIDEO OUT
Video Output Port
CVBS output.
MIC IN
Audio Input Port
Bi-directional communication input port. It receives
the analog audio signal output from devices such
as a microphone pickup.
MIC OUT
Audio Output Port
Audio output port. It outputs the analog audio
signal to devices such as an alarm.
• Bi-directional communication output.
• Audio output on a 1-window video monitor.
• Audio output on a 1-window video playback.
eSATA
External eSATA
External storage devices.
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Mouse Operation
Your Network Video Recorder is optimized for mouse navigation. Use the supplied mouse to set
up the DVR.
Figure 1-3
Mouse
3
1
1
Button
Action
Left
•
•
2
•
•
•
2
Right
•
•
•
3
Wheel
•
Click to select a menu option.
Click in a text field to display the on-screen
keyboard.
Click on the on-screen keyboard to input
letters/numbers.
In multi-screen view, double-click to view the
channel full screen. Double-click again to exit the
full-screen mode.
Double-click video filename to play video.
Click to close the menu window without saving the
changes.
Click to exit the main menu to return to the live view
screen.
Click to open the shortcut menu from the live view
screen.
Scroll up/down.
Using the On-screen Keyboard
1.
To display the on-screen keyboard, click in a text box. The keyboard appears directly
below the text box.
Figure 1-4
2.
3.
On-screen Keyboard
Click the key corresponding to the letter/number/special character that you want to input
in the text box.
•
To switch between lowercase and uppercase letters, click Shift.
•
To delete the previous character, click the
•
To insert a space, click the
key.
key.
Click Enter to close the on-screen keyboard.
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Remote Control Operation
It is strongly recommended to use a mouse to operate the NVR. However, you can also use the
supplied IR remote control. The following table describes basic remote control operations.
Figure 1-5
Remote Control Functions:
Button
Action
1
Power
Turn the NVR on/off.
2
Add (Address)
Enter the number of the device that you want to control.
3
Forward
Increase the forward playback speed.
4
Slow Play
Decrease the forward playback speed.
5
Next Record
Select the next video for playback.
6
Previous Record
Select the previous video for playback.
7
Play/Pause
Pause/resume forward playback.
In the live view mode, enter the video search mode.
8
Reverse/Pause
Pause/resume reverse playback.
9
Esc
Return to the previous menu or cancel the current operation.
10
Rec
Manually start/stop recording.
While in the recording interface, use the direction buttons to
select the recording channel. Press and hold the record
button to enter the manual recording interface.
11
Direction Keys
Use the left/right keys to switch the currently activated
control.
While in playback mode, use the up/down buttons to
change the playback channel.
12
Enter
Go to the default. Go to the menu.
13
Mult
Switch between the multi-channel view and the
single-channel view.
14
Fn
In the single-monitor mode, use the popup assistant
function, control PTZ cameras or adjust video color.
In PTZ control mode, switch the PTZ control menu.
In text mode, press and hold the button to delete the last
character.
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Alphanumeric
Keys
Enter passwords or switch channels. Press Shift to switch
the input method.
2
Getting Started
2
This chapter includes the following sections:
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Unpacking the NVR, page 27
•
Connecting External Devices, page 28
•
Starting and Shutting Down the NVR, page 30
•
Setting Up the NVR with the Startup Wizard, page 31
•
Setting Up Bi-Directional Communication Connection on page 34
Unpacking the NVR
Before you set up the NVR, make sure that you have received the following items:
•
•
•
•
•
Quick Installation Guide (800-22745)
Quick Networking Guide (800-22746)
Software CD
Power adapter and cable
Mouse
•
•
•
•
•
Remote control
CAT5e network cable
Terminal block connectors (×2)
Screws (×10)
Serial ATA (SATA) cable*
If any of the items listed above are missing or damaged, contact your Honeywell dealer
immediately.
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Connecting External Devices
Step 1: Connect the cameras
Connect the coaxial cables from the cameras to the VIDEO IN connectors (1 Vp-p, 75 ohm).
Step 2: Connect the monitor
Connect a VGA cable (not supplied) to the VGA interface and/or an HDMI cable (not supplied)
to the HDMI interface. Connect the other end to a monitor (do not use a TV). Simultaneous VGA
and HDMI output is supported.
Step 3: Connect the mouse
Connect the supplied USB mouse to the USB 2.0 interface.
Step 4: Connect the Ethernet cable
Connect the supplied CAT5e Ethernet cable to the network port. Connect the other end to a
router on your network.
Step 5: Connect audio devices (if applicable)
To record audio, connect the audio sources to the AUDIO IN connectors. To play audio, connect
an audio output device (low-impedance headphones, speaker, or amplifier) to the AUDIO OUT
connector (200 mV / 1 kilohm).
Step 6: Connect alarm devices (if applicable)
Connect alarm devices to the alarm in/out interface. If the alarm inputs use external power, the
device must have the same ground as the NVR. See Appendix A, Connecting Alarm
Input/Outputs for additional information.
Step 7: Connect a PTZ camera (if applicable)
Your embedded NVR communicates with PTZ cameras through the Network. Ensure that you
camera is correctly connected to the Network.
Step 8: Connect the power cable
Connect the supplied 12 V DC power adapter to the power input. Use of an uninterruptible
power supply (UPS) is strongly recommended.
Typical NVR Installation
The following diagram shows a typical NVR installation:
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Figure 2-1
HEN081*4
1
Typical NVR Installation
Note:
* = storage in TB.
2
Power
3
IP Cameras
Router/Switch
(Not included)
4
Monitor
(Not included)
*Please see
note on page 2
5
Mouse
5
Router/Switch
(Not included)
ON
HEN161*4 / HEN321*4
1
2
Power
Note:
* = storage in TB.
3
IP Cameras
4
Monitor
(Not included)
*Please see
note on page 2
Mouse
ON
HEN162*4 / HEN322*4 / HEN642*4 / HEN163*4 / HEN323*4 / HEN643*4
Note:
* = storage in TB.
1
Power
2
IP Cameras
3
Router/Switch
(Not included)
4
Mouse
5
Monitor
(Not included)
*Please see
note on page 2
eSATA
ON
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Starting and Shutting Down the NVR
Starting the NVR
1.
Verify that the NVR is connected to an appropriate power source.
2.
Turn on the power switch on the rear panel to start the NVR.
Note
The beep at startup is normal.
Shutting Down the NVR
Note
To shut down the NVR, you must be logged in as the admin user or have shutdown
privileges assigned to you. See Configuring Account Settings on page 130.
To prevent damage to the hard drive, follow these steps to shut down the NVR:
1.
In live view mode, click anywhere on the screen to display the shortcut menu, and then
click Main Menu.
2.
In the Main Menu window, click Shutdown.
3.
In the Shutdown window, click Shutdown or Reboot.
4.
Enter the admin password (the default password is 1234), and then click OK.
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Setting Up the NVR with the Startup Wizard
The Startup Wizard opens by default when you turn on the NVR.
Figure 2-2
Startup Wizard
Using the wizard, you can:
•
Configure general settings (device name, number, language, video standard)
•
Set the date and time
•
Configure video encoding settings
•
Set up a recording schedule
•
Configure recording settings
•
Configure network settings
Note
If you want to bypass the wizard and go directly to live view, click Cancel.
To prevent Startup Wizard from opening the next time you start the NVR,
de-select the Startup check box.
Using the Startup Wizard
1.
Click Next Step to go to the SYSTEM LOGIN window.
Figure 2-3
System Login
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2.
Click inside the Password box to display the on-screen keyboard, click the numbers 1, 2,
3, and 4 on the on-screen keyboard (1234 is the default admin password), and then click
Enter. You will be asked to change the default password to a more complex password.
3.
Click OK to go to the GENERAL window.
Figure 2-4
Startup Wizard - GENERAL
For more information about configuring settings in the GENERAL window, see
Configuring General System Settings on page 117.
4.
Click Next Step to go to the TCP/IP window.
Figure 2-5
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For more information about configuring settings in the TCP/IP window, see Configuring
TCP/IP and Port Settings on page 73.
5.
Click Next Step to go to the Camera Registration window.
Figure 2-6
Startup Wizard - Camera Registration Window
For more information about configuring settings in the Camera Registration window, see
Adding a Camera on page 63.
6.
Click Next Step to go to the SCHEDULE window.
Figure 2-7
Setup Wizard - SCHEDULE Window
For more information about configuring settings in the SCHEDULE window, see
Configuring the Video Recording Schedule on page 51 or Configuring Storage Settings
on page 109.
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7.
Click Finished. The message "Wizard is Finished" appears.
Figure 2-8
8.
Setup Wizard Finished
Click OK to close the wizard.
Setting Up Bi-Directional Communication Connection
Audio Output Device to a PC
Connect:
1.
Connect a microphone or pickup to the first audio input port on the NVR’s rear panel.
2.
Connect the earphone or the sound box to the audio output port on your PC.
3.
Open the web client and log in.
4.
Enable the desired channel in the web client’s live view monitor.
Figure 2-9
Enabling Bi-Directional Communication
Configuring to Hear Audio From the NVR
At the NVR end, speak through the microphone or the pickup. Then you can get the audio from
the speaker or earphone from the PC end.
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Figure 2-10
Configuring to Hear Audio from the NVR
PC to an Audio Input Device
Connect:
1.
Connect the microphone or the pickup to the audio input port in the PC.
2.
Connect the earphone or the sound box to the audio output port on your PC.
3.
Open web client and log in.
4.
Enable the desired channel in the web client’s live view monitor.
5.
See Figure 2-9 for enabling bi-directional communication.
Configuring to Hear Audio from the PC
At the PC end, speak through the microphone or the pickup. Then you can get the audio from
the speaker or earphone from the NVR.
Figure 2-11
Configuring to Hear Audio from the PC
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Viewing Live Video
3
This chapter includes the following sections:
•
About Live View, page 37
•
Configuring Live View, page 40
•
Controlling PTZ Cameras, page 41
About Live View
Live view is the NVR’s default mode. When you start the NVR, live video from the connected
cameras is displayed on the screen in a multi-channel layout (the number of channels displayed
depends on whether you are using a 4-channel, 8-channel, or 16-channel NVR).
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Figure 3-1
Live View
Channel
System date and time
Camera name,
status, channel
number
Camera Status
Camera status icons appear at the bottom of the channel window.
Video is being recorded
No video signal
Motion detected in scene
Camera locked
Camera Toolbar
A camera toolbar is located at the top of each channel window. To display the toolbar, move the
mouse pointer to the top of the channel window.
Figure 3-2
Live View - Camera Toolbar
Table 3-1
Live View - Camera Toolbar
Digital
Zoom/Enlarge
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Enlarge a specific area of the image. Click the button to
enable digital zoom and then drag the mouse in the channel
window to select the area that you want to enlarge.
Right-click to undo digital zoom.
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Realtime Backup
Save a clip to a USB storage device. Click the button to start
recording. Click again to stop recording. The clip is
automatically saved to the connected USB storage device.
Snapshot
Save a screen capture to the hard drive or to a connected
USB storage device. To view the captured image, go to Main
Menu > Operation > Search and click the File List button.
Talk
Click to enable or disable bi-directional communication with
an IP camera that is equipped with both a microphone and
speaker.
Note The bi-directional communication button only works
in single-channel view.
Remote Device
Add and configure a remote device (ie camera).
Switch Stream
Switch the camera stream between the main and sub
streams.
Live View Toolbar
If enabled, the live view toolbar appears along the bottom of the live view screen.
Figure 3-3
Live View Toolbar
The toolbar is disabled by default. To enable it, right-click and go to Main Menu > SETTING >
SYSTEM > GENERAL > General and select the Navigation check box. Right-click twice to
return to the live view screen. Click anywhere on the screen to display the toolbar.
Table 3-2
Live View Toolbar
Main Menu
Open Main Menu.
Screen Layout
Select screen layout format.
Tour Control
Enables a tour (automatically cycles through channel
views). See Configuring Tour Settings on page 123.
Pan/Tilt/Zoom
Open the PTZ control panel. See Controlling PTZ
Cameras on page 41.
Image
Open the Image setting window. See Adding a Camera
on page 63.
Search
Open the playback interface. See Playing Back Video on
page 55.
Multicast
Open the Voice Broadcast interface. See Configuring
Broadcast Settings on page 127.
Event
Open the Event information window.
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Channel Info
Open the Channel Info window.
Remote Device
Add and configure a remote device (camera). See either
Using the Startup Wizard on page 31 or Adding a Camera
on page 63.
Network
Open the Network window. See Configuring TCP/IP and
Port Settings on page 73.
HDD Manage
Open the HDD Manage window. See Configuring HDD
Management Settings on page 112.
USB Manage
Open the USB Manage window.
Shortcut Menu
The shortcut menu is displayed by right-clicking anywhere on the screen in live view mode.
Figure 3-4
Shortcut Menu
Note Shortcut menu for a 32-channel NVR
shown.
Configuring Live View
Setting the Screen Layout
The live view interface is configurable as a single-channel or multi-channel display.
To change the screen display format using the shortcut menu
1.
Right-click anywhere on the screen to display the shortcut menu.
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2.
Point to the View you want (View 1 is a single-channel layout, the others are multi-channel
layouts), and then click the channel(s) that you want to display.
To change the screen display format using the live view toolbar
•
Click a screen layout button on the live view toolbar.
To change the screen display format using the mouse
•
Rotate the mouse wheel button.
To move a channel to a different location in the multi-channel grid
•
Drag the channel to a new location in the multi-channel grid.
For example, to move channel 2 to the top left position occupied by channel 1, click
channel 2, drag it to channel 1’s position, then release the mouse button.
Controlling PTZ Cameras
This section describes how to do the following:
•
Access the PTZ control panel
•
Configure PTZ connection settings
•
Configure and call PTZ presets, tours, and patterns
Working with the PTZ Control Panel
You can control a PTZ camera connected to the NVR through a network connection using the
on-screen PTZ control panel.
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Basic PTZ Control Panel
Figure 3-5
PTZ Control Panel
1
2
3
4
Table 3-3
5
PTZ Controls
#
Name
Function
1
Direction keys
Direct camera movement.
2
Speed
Adjust the camera speed. Select a value between 1 and 8.
3
Expand Arrow
Expand the control panel to display additional options.
4
PTZ Trace
Direct camera movement by dragging the mouse. Zoom in and out
by rotating the wheel button.
5
Zoom, Focus, Iris
Adjust the camera’s zoom, focus, and iris settings:
• Decrease zoom (–), increase zoom (+)
• Focus near (–), focus far (+)
• Iris close (–), iris open (+)
Expanded PTZ Control Panel
Figure 3-6
Expanded PTZ Control Panel
1
2
3
4
5
6
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8
9
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Table 3-4
Expanded PTZ Control Panel
#
Name
Function
1
Preset, Tour, Pattern
Configure/call PTZ functions.
2
No.
Enter number of PTZ function to call.
3
Aux
Call auxiliary functions.
4
Enter Menu
Enable up-the-coax OSD menu configuration for non-PTZ camera.
5
AutoScan
Cause camera to continually pan between two points that you have
defined.
6
AutoPan
Cause camera to continually rotate 360 degrees.
7
Flip
Cause camera image to flip 180 degrees.
8
Reset
Restore default settings.
9
Aux Config
Configure auxiliary functions.
To display the PTZ control panel
1.
Right-click anywhere on the screen to display the shortcut menu.
2.
Click Pan/Tilt/Zoom. The PTZ control panel opens.
3.
To expand the PTZ control panel, click the arrow at the right side of the panel.
Configuring PTZ Connection Settings
Before you can control a PTZ camera with the NVR, you must configure the PTZ connection
settings.
To configure the PTZ connection settings
1.
Go to Main Menu > SETTING > SYSTEM.
2.
In the left navigation pane, click PAN/TILT/ZOOM.
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Figure 3-7
3.
4.
System Setting - PTZ
Configure the following settings:
•
Channel
Select the channel (camera) for which you want to configure PTZ
settings.
•
PTZ Type
Select Remote for the PTZ type. A remotely connected IP camera is
connected through the network.
Click Apply, and then click OK to save your settings and exit.
Configuring PTZ Functions
You can configure presets, tours, patterns, and borders using the PTZ control panel.
Configuring PTZ Presets
You can program preset positions for the PTZ camera. For example, you can point the camera
at a specific location, such as a doorway, when an alarm event occurs.
1.
On the expanded PTZ control panel, click the PTZ Setting button.
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The Pan/Tilt/Zoom window opens.
2.
Use the direction arrows to point the camera where you want to set as the preset.
3.
In the Preset box, enter a number for the preset, and then click Set to save your settings.
•
To program additional presets, repeat steps 1 through 3.
•
To delete a preset, enter the number of the preset that you want to delete in the Preset
box, and then click Del Preset.
Note
Some protocols do not support the Del Preset function.
Configuring PTZ Tours
You can set up the PTZ camera to go from preset to preset in a specific order, or tour.
1.
On the expanded PTZ control panel, click the PTZ Setting button.
2.
Select the Tour tab for Tour setting options.
3.
In the Preset box, enter the number of the first preset that you want to add to the tour.
4.
In the Patrol No. box, enter a number for the tour.
5.
Click Add Preset to add the preset to the tour.
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6.
Repeat steps 1 through 5 to add additional presets to the tour.
•
To delete a preset, enter the number of the preset that you want to delete in the
Preset box, and then click Del Preset.
•
To delete a tour, enter the number of the tour that you want to delete in the Patrol No.
box, and then click Del Tour.
Note
Some protocols do not support the Del Preset function.
Configuring PTZ Patterns
You can record a series of PTZ movements as a pattern. When you call the pattern in live view
mode, the PTZ camera automatically moves along the path you have defined.
1.
On the expanded PTZ control panel, click the PTZ Setting button.
2.
Select the Pattern tab for Pattern setting options.
3.
In the Pattern box, enter a number for the pattern.
4.
Click Start, and then use the direction arrows to direct the camera.
5.
When you have finished directing the camera pattern, click End.
Configuring PTZ Borders
You can define the left and right borders of the PTZ camera’s pan movement, or scan.
1.
On the expanded PTZ control panel, click the PTZ Setting button.
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2.
Select the Border tab for Border setting options.
3.
Use the direction arrows to move to the auto scan’s leftmost limit, then click Left.
4.
Use the direction arrows to move to the auto scan’s rightmost limit, then click Right.
Calling Presets, Tours, and Patterns
To call a preset
1.
On the expanded PTZ control panel, in the No. box, enter the number of the preset that
you want to call, and then click the Preset button.
2.
Click the Preset button again to stop calling the preset.
To call a tour
1.
On the expanded PTZ control panel, in the No. box, enter the number of the tour that you
want to call, and then click the Tour button.
2.
Click the Tour button again to stop calling the tour.
To call a pattern
1.
On the expanded PTZ control panel, in the No. box, enter the number of the pattern that
you want to call, and then click the Pattern button.
2.
Click the Pattern button again to stop calling the pattern.
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Configuring Auxiliary Settings
Refer to the user guide of your PTZ camera for details on configuring auxiliary settings.
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Recording Video
4
This chapter contains the following sections:
•
Manual Recording Settings, page 49
•
Automatic Recording Settings, page 50
Manual Recording Settings
In live view mode, you can manually record a clip directly to a connected USB storage device.
Note
To back up recorded video to a connected USB storage device, please see
Backing Up Video and Snapshots on page 59.
To record a video clip in live view mode
1.
Connect a USB storage device (such as a USB flash drive) to one of the USB ports on the
NVR.
The Find USB device dialog box opens automatically.
2.
Right-click to close the window.
3.
In live view mode, move the mouse pointer to the top of the channel window to display the
camera toolbar (see Camera Toolbar on page 38).
4.
On the camera toolbar, click the Realtime Backup button
button changes to green while the NVR is recording.
5.
Click the Realtime Backup button again to stop recording.
to start recording. The
The video clip is saved automatically to the connected USB storage device. The file name
uses the following format: [NVR name]_[channel]_[video stream]_[recording start
time]_[recording end time]).dav.
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Automatic Recording Settings
The NVR supports independent real-time recording of each channel, even while searching and
playing recorded video.
To set the NVR to automatically record, you must do two things:
1.
Configure the General Recording Settings to enable automatic or scheduled recording.
2.
Configure the Video Recording Schedule.
Configuring the General Recording Settings
In the RECORD configuration interface, you can do the following:
•
Select Auto/Schedule recording for the main and extra streams
•
Select Manual recording for the main and extra streams
•
Enable and disable the Snapshot function
To configure the general recording settings
1.
In the SETTING field in the Main Menu, go to STORAGE > RECORD.
Figure 4-1
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2.
On the Record page, select the recording type (Auto, Manual, Stop) that you want to
enable on each channel, for both the main stream and secondary stream.
3.
Under Snapshot, enable snapshot recording on the desired channels.
4.
Click Apply, and then click Save.
Configuring the Video Recording Schedule
To configure the video recording schedule
1.
In the SETTING field in the Main Menu, go to STORAGE > SCHEDULE > Rec.
Figure 4-2
Storage Schedule Settings
2.
On the Record tab, in the Channel box, select the channel (camera) for which you want to
configure a recording schedule.
3.
In the PreRecord box, enter a time between 0 and 30 seconds. The default setting is 4
seconds. The pre-record time sets how long the NVR records before the scheduled
recording start time.
4.
If the NVR has two HDDs, select the Redundancy check box to enable redundant
recording on the second HDD. This HDD must first be configured on the HDD Manage
page (see Configuring HDD Management Settings on page 112).
5.
At the top of the scheduling table, select the check box(es) of the recording type(s) that
you want to schedule:
•
•
•
•
•
Regular
Motion
Alarm
MD&Alarm
Analytics
The regular recording schedule is indicated by a green bar.
The motion detection recording schedule is indicated by a yellow bar.
The alarm recording schedule is indicated by a red bar.
The motion detection and alarm schedule is indicated by a blue bar.
The video analytics schedule is indicated by an orange bar.
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6.
At the left of the scheduling table, select the day(s) of the week for which you want to
configure a recording schedule. To configure the same recording schedule for all of the
days at the same time, select All.
7.
Click or drag the mouse in the scheduling table to set the recording period. To erase a
recording period, click the eraser icon (
) at the right of the table. Alternatively, for the
day of the week that you want to configure, click the gear icon at the right of the table. In
the Period window, set up to six recording periods. To copy the settings to additional
days, select the appropriate check box(es) under Copy, and then click OK.
8.
Click Apply to save your settings.
9.
To copy the recording schedule settings to additional channels, click Copy, select the
channels to which you want to copy the settings, and then click OK.
Configuring the Snapshot Recording Schedule
Follow these steps to configure the snapshot recording function. When enabled, the NVR can
take snapshots when a motion detection, video loss, video tampering, or other alarm event
occurs. See Chapter 8, Configuring Event Settings for detailed instructions.
To configure the snapshot recording schedule
1.
In the SETTING field in the Main Menu, go to STORAGE > SCHEDULE > Snapshot.
Figure 4-3
Snapshot Schedule Settings
2.
On the Snapshot tab, in the Channel box, select the channel (camera) for which you want
to configure a snapshot schedule.
3.
At the top of the scheduling table, select the check box(es) of the recording type(s) that
you want to schedule:
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Motion
The regular recording schedule is indicated by a green bar.
The motion detection recording schedule is indicated by a yellow bar.
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•
•
•
Alarm
MD&Alarm
Analytics
The alarm recording schedule is indicated by a red bar.
The motion detection and alarm schedule is indicated by a blue bar.
The video analytics schedule is indicated by an orange bar.
4.
At the left of the scheduling table, select the day(s) of the week for which you want to
configure a recording schedule. To configure the same recording schedule for all of the
days at the same time, select All.
5.
Click or drag the mouse in the scheduling table to set the recording period. To erase a
recording period, click the eraser icon at the right of the table. Alternatively, for the day of
the week that you want to configure, click the gear icon at the right of the table. In the
Period window, set up to six recording periods. To copy the settings to additional days,
select the appropriate check box(es) under Copy, and then click OK to copy the settings
and exit.
6.
Click Apply to save your settings.
7.
If you want to save your settings and exit the SETTING menu, click OK.
8.
To copy the record schedule settings to additional channels, click Copy, select the
channels to which you want to copy the settings, and then click OK.
To configure snapshot recording settings
1.
In the SETTING field in the Main Menu, go to CAMERA > Encode > Snapshot.
Figure 4-4
2.
Camera Snapshot Settings
On the Snapshot tab, configure the following settings:
•
•
•
Manual Snap
Channel
Mode
Select the number of snapshots to take at a time.
Select the channel for which you want to configure the settings.
Select Timing to take snapshots according to a schedule.
Select Trigger to take snapshots when a motion detection, video
loss, video tampering, or alarm event occurs.
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Image Size
•
•
Image Quality
Interval
The size is automatically selected, based on the resolution of
the camera.
Select a value between 1 and 6, with 6 being the highest quality.
Select a value between 1 SPL (second per picture) and 7 SPL or
click Customized to enter your own setting.
3.
Click Apply to save your settings.
4.
To copy the settings to additional channels, click Copy, select the channels to which you
want to copy the settings, and then click Save.
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The NVR assigns event-activated snapshots a higher priority than
schedule-activated snapshots. If you have enabled both of these types of
snapshots, then the system activates an activation snapshot when an alarm
occurs. If there is no alarm, then the NVR takes snapshots according to the
schedule setup.
5
Playing Back Video
5
This chapter includes the following sections:
•
Playing Back Video, page 55
•
Playing Back Snapshots, page 58
•
Backing Up Video and Snapshots, page 59
Playing Back Video
Searching For and Playing Back Video
1.
In the Operation field in the Main Menu, go to Search. The playback interface opens (see
Figure 5-1).
2.
On the right panel of the playback interface, in the calendar area, click the date(s) that you
want to search. Dates with recorded video are solid orange.
3.
Below the calendar, select the screen layout that you want to use, and then select the
channel(s) that you want to search.
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Figure 5-1
Search Playback Interface
File list
button
4.
At the bottom of the screen, select the recording type(s) that you want to search (Regular,
Alarm, Motion, Analytics) or select All to search all recording types.
5.
Click the File List button to display the list of search results.
6.
From the list of search results, double-click the recorded video file that you want to play
back. The video begins playing in the playback window.
7.
Use the playback controls at the bottom of the screen to control playback. Playback
modes include slow play, fast play, reverse play, and frame-by-frame playback.
8.
To jump forward or backward in the video, click the time bar at the desired time. To zoom
in or out on the time bar, click one of the options in the lower right corner of the screen:
24 h, 12 h, 1 h, or 30 min.
Smart Search
Note
IP cameras support Smart Search through a private protocol.
Note
You must do the following in the IP camera before you can do a Smart
Search with your NVR:
• Enable the VMD (Video Motion Detection) function in your IP camera.
• Configure the VMD region for your IP camera. See Configuring Motion
Detection Settings on page 89 for more about VMD settings.
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To quickly locate activity using Smart Search
1.
During video playback, click the Smart Search button. A grid is superimposed over the
playback window.
2.
Drag the mouse over the area that you want to search for activity.
3.
Click the Smart Search button again. Playback jumps to all the parts of the video where
there is activity in that area.
4.
To exit Smart Search, click the Smart Search button again. The message "Are you
sure to exit smart search now?" appears. Click OK.
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Smart Player Playback
The Smart Player can be used to search for video related to analytics type events, such as face
detection.
1.
In the Operation field in the Main Menu, go to SMART PLAY. The Smart Player interface
opens (see Figure 5-2).
Figure 5-2
Smart Player Options Screen
2.
Select the type of event to search through in the Smart Player in the event drop-down list.
In the example here, face detection is selected.
3.
Select the Channel to search through in the Channel drop-down list.
4.
Enter the Start Time and End Time for the Smart Player to include and click Historic
Analysis.
5.
The Smart Player screen will open with a list of the event types that have occurred on the
selected channel and within the time frame. Select one of the event instances to call up the
video from the event.
Playing Back Snapshots
1.
In the Operation field in the Main Menu, go to Search. The playback interface opens (see
Figure 5-1).
2.
On the right panel, below the search type box at the top of the panel, select PIC.
3.
In the Interval box, enter the playback interval in seconds. Enter a time between 1 and 60
seconds. The default setting is 1 second.
4.
In the calendar area, click the date(s) that you want to search. Dates with saved snapshots
are solid orange.
5.
Below the calendar, select the screen layout that you want to use, and then select the
channel(s) that you want to search.
6.
Click the File List button to display the list of search results.
7.
In the list of search results, double-click the snapshot file that you want to play back. The
snapshot appears in the playback window.
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8.
Playback cycles through all of the snapshot files in the file list at the interval you specified
in the Interval box. To pause playback, click the Pause button in the control panel below
the playback window. To go to the next snapshot, click the Next Frame button. To go to
the previous snapshot, click the Prev Frame button.
Note
The green time bar in the snapshot playback interface only shows approximately
when snapshots were taken. Click File List to do an accurate search.
Backing Up Video and Snapshots
To back up from inside the playback interface
1.
Insert a USB storage device (such as a USB flash drive) into one of the USB ports on the
NVR.
2.
Search for the recorded video or snapshot file(s) that you want to back up (see Playing
Back Video on page 55 and Playing Back Snapshots on page 58).
3.
Click the File List button to display the list of search results.
4.
In the list of search results, select the check box(es) of the file(s) that you want to back up.
Figure 5-3
Search Results
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Alternatively, during video playback, in the video clip time field, enter the desired start time
and end time, and then click the Save button.
Figure 5-4
Playback Save/Backup Button
Save button
5.
The Backup window opens, displaying the selected video file/clip.
6.
In the Backup window, click Backup.
Figure 5-5
Backup Window
The Browse window of the USB storage device opens (see Figure 5-6).
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Figure 5-6
7.
Backup - Browse USB Storage Window
Click Start to back up the file(s). If the backup is successful, the message "Backup
finished" appears.
To back up from outside of the playback interface
1.
Insert a USB storage device (such as a USB flash drive) into one of the USB ports on the
NVR. The Find USB device dialog box opens.
Figure 5-7
2.
Find USB Storage Device Window
In the Find USB device dialog box, click File Backup.
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Figure 5-8
3.
File Back to USB Device Window
In the Backup window, configure the following settings:
•
Type
Select the file type for which you want to search.
Note To search for snapshots, select PIC, as All means all
video files (excluding snapshots).
4.
•
Start Time
Enter the start time of the search.
•
End Time
Enter the end time of the search.
•
Record CH
Select a specific channel to search or select All to search all
channels.
•
File Format
Select DAV or ASF as the video file format.
Click Add to display the search results in the file list.
Note
If there are too many files in the selected time, only the first 1024 files in the
search period will be displayed. Refine the Start Time and End Time to find the
desired files for backup.
5.
Select the check box(es) of the file(s) that you want to back up, and then click Backup.
The Browse window of the USB storage device opens.
6.
Click OK to back up the file(s).
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Configuring Camera Settings
6
This chapter contains the following sections:
•
Adding a Camera, page 63
•
Configuring Camera Image Settings, page 65
•
Configuring Encoding Settings, page 67
•
Configuring Snapshot Settings, page 68
•
Configuring the Text Overlay, page 69
•
Changing a Camera Name, page 71
Adding a Camera
1.
In the SETTING field in the Main Menu, go to CAMERA > Registration.
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Figure 6-1
Adding a Camera Device
Found
Devices list
2.
Either click Device Search to automatically find IP cameras.
a.
Click to select the found camera.
b.
Click Add to add the found device to the Added Device list.
Note
If the NVR fails to display the model name of a found device, click Device Search
to rediscover the online devices. The model name should appear in the Found
Devices list.
OR
Click Manual Add.
a.
Manually configure the following settings:
•
Channel
Select from the drop-down menu of options.
•
Manufacturer
Select the manufacturer that applies to your camera from the list.
•
IP Address
Enter the IP address for the camera.
•
TCP Port
Enter the TCP port for the camera. (Optional)
•
Username
Enter a username.
•
Password
Enter a password.
•
Decode Buffer
Select a decode buffer, from Default, Real Time, or Fluent.
•
Remote Channel Select a video stream, or multiple video streams, from a device.
Number
b.
Click Save. The newly added camera appears in the Added Device list.
3.
Click Apply to save your settings.
4.
If you want to save your settings and exit the SETTING menu, click OK.
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Configuring Camera Image Settings
Note
1.
You can configure camera settings only if you have connected your IP cameras
via a Private Protocol. If you have connected via a Private Protocol, then the
Camera settings will be available. If you have connected your IP cameras via
other protocols, then the Camera settings will not be available.
In the SETTING field in the Main Menu, go to CAMERA > Image.
Figure 6-2
2.
Camera Image Settings Tab
Configure the following settings:
•
Channel
Select a channel from the drop-down list.
•
Saturation
Adjusts monitor color saturation. Choosing a higher value
increases the color saturation/strength. This value has no effect on
the general brightness of the video. Select from 0 to 100. The
recommended range is between 40 and 60. The default value is 50.
•
Hue
Adjusts the monitor color hue from 0 to 100. The recommended
range is between 40 and 60. The default value is 50.
•
Brightness
Adjusts monitor brightness. Choosing a higher value increases the
video brightness. Adjustments to this value affects the brightness of
the video. Select from 0 to 100. The recommended range is
between 40 and 60. The default value is 50.
Note If this value is too high, then the video can become hazy.
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Contrast
Adjusts monitor contrast. Choosing a higher value increases the
contrast. Select from 0 to 100. The recommended range is between
40 and 60. The default value is 50.
Note If this value is too low, then the video can become hazy. If
this value is too high, then the dark parts of the video could
lose details, and the bright parts of the video could become
overexposed.
•
Iris
Iris controls the aperture and automatically controls the amount of
light that is let into the camera. Iris is set to Enable by default.
•
Mirror
Reverses the video image, so that they left side becomes the right
side, and the right side becomes the left. Disabled by default.
•
Flip
The default setting is Normal. Choose from 180°, which flips the
video 180°; 90°, which rotates the video by 90°; and 270°, which
rotates the video by 270°.
•
Day & Light
Sets the camera color and the B/W mode switch.
Day&Light Modes:
Colorful: The camera outputs video in color.
Auto: The camera switches from Color to Black & White according
to the conditions, such as if the scene is generally bright, or if IR
illumination is required.
B/W: The camera outputs black and white video.
•
BLC Mode
Sets the camera backlight compensation mode.
BLC Modes:
Close: BLC function is disabled. This is the default setting.
BLC Mode: The camera auto exposures according to the
environment so that the darkest area of video is clear.
WDR: The camera lowers the brightest areas and enhances the
darkest areas so both areas can be clearly viewed at the same time.
Set the WDR value from 1 to 100.
HLC: The camera lowers the brightness of the brightest area
according to the HLC control level (from 1 to 100).
•
Config File
•
Scene Mode
This is the white balance. You can select different scene modes
(White Balance) such as Auto, Outdoor, Natural, Street Lamp or Manual, to
achieve the best quality video.
Select from Config1, Config2, and Config3.
Scene Modes:
Auto: Auto white balance is on. The system automatically adjusts
the color temperature to ensure that the video color is correct.
Outdoor: The white balance threshold is set to outdoor mode.
Natural: The white balance threshold is set to natural mode.
Street Lamp: The white balance threshold is set to street lamp
mode.
Manual: You can manually set the gain for the red/blue channel.
The value ranges from 0 to 100.
3.
Click Apply to save your settings.
4.
If you want to save your settings and exit the SETTING menu, click OK.
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Configuring Encoding Settings
1.
In the SETTING field in the Main Menu, go to CAMERA > Encode > Encode.
Figure 6-3
2.
On the Encode tab, in the Channel box, select the camera that you want to configure.
Note
3.
Camera Encoding Settings Tab
If the NVR fails to retrieve the configuration information for your selected
camera/channel, then you should navigate to a different window (such as
Snapshot or Overlay), then navigate back to the Encode window.
Configure the following settings for the primary stream and secondary stream:
•
Code Stream
Type
Set the primary stream type as Continuous, MD (Motion
Detection), or Alarm. The sub stream(s) type is not configurable.
•
Compression
This setting is not configurable.
•
Smart Codec
Set the Smart Codec as either Close (default) or Enable.
•
Resolution
Set the primary stream resolution to one of the following options in
the drop-down list. Set the sub stream(s) resolution to one of the
available resolutions.
Note The resolution options available depend on the camera that
is connected.
•
Frame Rate(FPS) Select a value between 1 and 30 (NTSC) or 1 and 25 (PAL).
•
Bit Rate Type
Set to CBR (constant bit rate) or VBR (variable bit rate).
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Quality
If the bit rate type is set to VBR, select a value between 1 and 6.
Note If your device is connected to the NVR through ONVIF, then
you can not select VBR. If your device is connected to the
NVR through a private protocol, then you can select either
CBR or VBR.
•
Bit Rate
Set to a value within the Reference Bit Rate range. To enter a bit
rate that does not appear on the list, click Customized.
•
Audio/Video
Select or clear the check boxes to enable or disable audio and/or
video.
•
Audio Encode
Select the Audio Encode mode for the main and sub streams from
either G.711A or G.711Mu. G.711A is the default setting.
The Encode Mode setting applies to both the audio output and
bidirectional talk modes.
•
Sampling Rate
Select the Sampling Rate for the camera from 8K or 16K.
4.
Click Apply to save your settings.
5.
To copy the settings to one or more additional cameras, follow these steps:
6.
a.
Click Copy.
b.
Click the specific camera(s) to which you want to copy the settings, or click All to
select all the cameras, and then click OK.
If you want to save your settings and exit the SETTING menu, click OK.
Configuring Snapshot Settings
1.
In the SETTING field in the Main Menu, go to CAMERA > Encode > Snapshot.
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Figure 6-4
2.
Camera Snapshot Settings Tab
In the Channel box, select the camera that you want to configure.
•
Manual Snap
Select the maximum number of snapshots that can be taken at a
time.
•
Channel
Select a channel from the drop-down list.
•
Mode
There are two modes: Timing and Trigger. If you set Timing mode,
then you need to set the snapshot Interval. If you set Trigger mode,
then you need to enable snapshots in Event Settings. Please see
To set up motion detection event actions on page 92, for example.
•
Image Size
Select a snapshot size.
•
Image Quality
Select a snapshot quality. Select from 1 to 6, with 6 being the
highest quality setting.
•
Interval
Set how frequently the snapshot is taken.
3.
Click Apply to save your settings.
4.
If you want to save your settings and exit the SETTING menu, click OK.
Configuring the Text Overlay
1.
In the SETTING field in the Main Menu, go to CAMERA > Encode > Overlay.
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Figure 6-5
Camera Text Overlay Setting Tab
2.
In the Channel box, select the camera that you want to configure.
3.
To set the time display, next to Time Display, select the Monitor check box, and then click
Set. Drag the time display to the desired position on the screen. Right-click to save the
position and return to the Overlay screen.
4.
To set the channel display, next to Channel Display, select the Monitor check box, and
then click Set. Drag the channel display to the desired position on the screen. Right-click
to save the position and return to the Overlay screen.
5.
To set a privacy zone, next to Cover-area, select the Monitor check box, select one of
four zones to configure, and then click Set. Drag and resize the privacy zone so it covers
the sensitive area on the screen. Right-click to save the position and return to the Overlay
screen. Configure other privacy zones, as necessary.
6.
To set the customized title display, enter the customized title text in the lines that apply,
next to Customized Title, select the Monitor check box, and then click Set. Drag the title
text to the desired position on the screen. Right-click to save the position and return to the
Overlay screen.
7.
Click Apply to save your settings.
8.
To copy the settings to one or more additional cameras, follow these steps:
9.
a.
Click Copy.
b.
Click the specific camera(s) to which you want to copy the settings, or click All to
select all the cameras, and then click OK.
If you want to save your settings and exit the SETTING menu, click OK.
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Changing a Camera Name
By default, the cameras are named "CAM 1", "CAM 2," "CAM 3," and so on. You can assign each
camera a descriptive name specific to your application (for example, "Front Entrance").
1.
In the SETTING field in the Main Menu, go to CAMERA > Cam Name.
Figure 6-6
Camera Name Settings Window
2.
Click the text box of the camera that you want to rename and enter the new camera name.
3.
Click Apply to save your settings.
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Configuring Network Settings
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This chapter contains the following sections:
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Configuring TCP/IP and Port Settings, page 73
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Configuring Wireless Connection Settings, page 75
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Configuring Advanced Network Settings, page 78, including:
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Configuring PPPoE Settings on page 78
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Configuring DDNS Settings on page 78
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Configuring IP Filter Settings on page 79
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Configuring Email Settings on page 81
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Configuring FTP Settings on page 82
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Configuring UPnP Settings on page 83
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Configuring Alarm Center Settings, page 86
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Configuring Switch Settings, page 86
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Configuring P2P Settings, page 87
Configuring TCP/IP and Port Settings
Configuring TCP/IP Settings
1.
In the SETTING field in the Main Menu, go to NETWORK > TCP/IP.
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Figure 7-1
Network TCP/IP Settings Window
2.
On the TCP/IP page, use the default MTU (maximum transmission unit) value.
3.
In the IP Version box, select IPv4 or IPv6, depending on the Internet protocol that you
want to use.
4.
Select DHCP to assign the NVR with a dynamic IP address. Click to deselect DHCP to
assign the NVR a static IP address.
5.
If you selected Static, manually enter the IP Address, Subnet Mask, and Gateway
information. (The IP address, subnet mask, and gateway are not configurable when DHCP
is enabled).
6.
If you want, enter Preferred DNS and Alternate DNS addresses.
7.
To enable faster downloading over the local area network (LAN), select the LAN
Download check box.
8.
Click Apply to save your settings.
9.
If you want to save your settings and exit the SETTING menu, click OK.
Configuring Port Settings
1.
In the SETTING field in the Main Menu, go to NETWORK > Port.
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Figure 7-2
2.
Network Port Settings Window
On the Connection page, you can configure the following settings:
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Max
Connection
TCP Port
HTTP Port
HTTPS Port
RTSP Port
POS Port
Select a value between 1 and 128. The default setting is 20.
Select a value between 1025 and 65535. The default setting is 37777.
Select a value between 1 and 65535. The default setting is 80.
Select a value between 1 and 65535. The default setting is 443.
Select a value between 1 and 65535. The default setting is 554.
Select a value between 1 and 65535. The default setting is 38800.
3.
Click Apply to save your settings.
4.
If you want to save your settings and exit the SETTING menu, click OK.
Note
You must restart the NVR to apply any changes to the NVR’s port settings.
Ensure that the port settings do not conflict with each other.
Configuring Wireless Connection Settings
To manage Wi-Fi connections
1.
In the SETTING field in the Main Menu, go to NETWORK > WIFI.
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Figure 7-3
2.
Network WIFI Settings Window
On the WIFI setting page, you can do one or more of the following:
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To enable automatic connections to Wi-Fi hotspots, select the Enable check box.
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To disable automatic connections to Wi-Fi hotspots, clear the Enable check box.
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To search for Wi-Fi hotspots, click Refresh.
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To manually connect to a Wi-Fi hotspot, click Connect.
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To disconnect from a Wi-Fi hotspot, click Disconnect.
If a Wi-Fi connection is successfully established, the Wi-Fi hotspot name and connection
details are displayed in the WIFI Working Info area.
3.
Click Apply to save your settings.
4.
If you want to save your settings and exit the SETTING menu, click OK.
Note
The system does not support WPA and WPA 2 verification types.
To configure 3G wireless connections
1.
In the SETTING field in the Main Menu, go to NETWORK > 3G.
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Figure 7-4
2.
Network 3G Window
On the 3G page, you can configure the following settings:
Enable
3G Network
Network Type
APN
AUTH
Dial No.
User Name
User Password
Pulse Interval
Dial
Select or clear the check box to enable or disable 3G wireless
connection using the selected wireless network adapter.
Select the wireless network adapter name.
Select the network type that meets your requirements.
Select the wireless connection server that you want to use to
access the wireless network.
Select the authentication mode that you want to use to access
the wireless network: PAP or CHAP.
Enter the 3G network dial-up number that you received from your
Internet service provider.
Enter a user name for logging on to the 3G network.
Enter a password for logging on to the 3G network.
Enter the time, in seconds, of the 3G connection when the extra
stream is disabled. For example, if you enter 5 seconds, the 3G
connection lasts for 5 seconds and then the device automatically
disconnects. If there is no extra stream, there is no restriction on
the connection time.
Click Dial to manually enable or disable the 3G network
connection.
3.
Click Apply to save your settings.
4.
If you want to save your settings and exit the SETTING menu, click OK.
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Configuring Advanced Network Settings
This section describes how to configure PPPoE, DDNS, SMTP, FTP, UPnP, SNMP, and
multicast settings.
Configuring PPPoE Settings
1.
In the SETTING field in the Main Menu, go to NETWORK > PPPoE.
Figure 7-5
Network PPPoE Settings Window
2.
On the PPPOE page, select the Enable check box to enable a PPPoE network
connection.
3.
In the Username and Password boxes, enter the user name and password provided by
your Internet service provider for PPPoE access.
4.
Click Apply to save your settings.
5.
If you want to save your settings and exit the SETTING menu, click OK.
6.
Restart the NVR for the new network connection settings to take effect.
The NVR’s new IP address appears on the PPPoE page. Use this address when
accessing the NVR remotely.
Configuring DDNS Settings
To enable a Dynamic DNS (DDNS) network connection
1.
In the SETTING field in the Main Menu, go to NETWORK > DDNS.
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Figure 7-6
Network DDNS Settings Window
2.
On the DDNS page, select the Enable check box to enable a DDNS network connection.
3.
In the DDNS Type box, select the DDNS service that you want to use.
4.
Depending on the DDNS Type you select, you may need to enter the following details:
Host IP
The address appears automatically unless DDNS Type is set to
Private DDNS. In that case, enter the server IP address of your
DDNS service provider.
Domain Mode
If DDNS Type is set to Honeywell DDNS, click Default Domain to
use the default domain name or click Custom Domain Name to
create your own domain name.
Domain Name
Enter a domain name (if you are not using a default domain name).
You can obtain this from your DDNS service provider.
User Name
If applicable, enter a user name to access your DDNS service.
5.
Click Apply to save your settings.
6.
If you want to save your settings and exit the SETTING menu, click OK.
7.
Restart the NVR for the new network connection settings to take effect.
8.
To test the settings, on the DDNS page, click Test.
Configuring IP Filter Settings
To allow specific sites to access the NVR
1.
In the SETTING field in the Main Menu, go to NETWORK > IP Filter.
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Figure 7-7
Network IP Filter Settings Window
2.
On the IP Filter page, select the Enable check box to enable IP filtering.
3.
Next to the Enable check box, click Trusted Sites.
4.
Click Add.
5.
To add a single IP address, select IP Address from the drop-down list and enter the IP
address of the site that you want to allow and click OK.
To add a range of IP addresses, select IP Section from the drop-down list and enter the
starting address in the upper IP address field and the ending address in the lower field,
and then click OK. Both IPv4 and IPv6 address are supported.
To add a specific machine, select MAC Address from drop-down list and enter the MAC
address of the machine you want to allow and click OK.
6.
Click Apply to save your settings.
7.
If you want to save your settings and exit the SETTING menu, click OK.
To block specific sites from accessing the NVR
1.
In the SETTING field in the Main Menu, go to NETWORK > IP Filter.
2.
On the IP Filter page, select the Enable check box to enable IP filtering.
3.
Next to the Enable check box, click Blocked Sites.
4.
Click Add.
5.
To add a single IP address, select IP Address from the drop-down list and enter the IP
address of the site that you want to block and click OK.
To add a range of IP addresses, select IP Section from the drop-down list and enter the
starting address in the upper IP address field and the ending address in the lower field,
and then click OK. Both IPv4 and IPv6 address are supported.
6.
Click Apply to save your settings.
7.
If you want to save your settings and exit the SETTING menu, click OK.
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Configuring Email Settings
1.
In the SETTING field in the Main Menu, go to NETWORK > Email.
Figure 7-8
Network Email Settings Window
2.
On the EMAIL page, select the Enable check box to enable email notifications for alarm
events.
3.
Configure the following settings:
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SMTP Server
Port
Anonymous
Username
Password
Receiver
Enter the SMTP server address of the sender’s email account.
The default TCP/IP port used for SMTP is 25.
Select the check box to hide the sender’s address in sent emails.
Enter the user name of the sender’s email account.
Enter the password of the sender’s email account.
Enter the email address where you want to send the notification.
You can enter up to three email addresses.
Sender
Enter the sender’s email address.
Subject
Enter the email subject line.
Attachment
Select the check box to enable sending an image attachment with
the email.
Encryption Type Select an encryption type: None, SSL, or TLS.
Interval
This is the interval for sending emails. Enter a time between 0 and
3600 seconds. 0 means that there is no interval.
Health Enable
Select the check box to enable a health check. The system sends
a test email to check the connection.
Health Interval
This is the interval the NVR waits between sending out health email
checks. Enter a time between 30 and 1440 minutes. 30 is the
default interval.
4.
Click Apply to save your settings. To test the email settings, click Test.
5.
If you want to save your settings and exit the SETTING menu, click OK.
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Configuring FTP Settings
You can configure an FTP connection to upload image files at regular intervals to an FTP server.
1.
In the SETTING field in the Main Menu, go to NETWORK > FTP.
Figure 7-9
Network FTP Window
2.
On the FTP page, click the Enable check box to enable uploading images to an FTP server.
3.
Configure the following settings:
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Host IP
Port
Username
Password
Anonymous
Enter the address of the FTP server.
Enter the port of the FTP server.
Enter the user name for logging on to the FTP server.
Enter the password for logging on to the FTP server.
Select the check box to hide user name when logged on to the FTP
server.
Remote Directory Enter a name for the remote directory. If this is left blank, the NVR will
automatically create folder names.
File Length
This is the maximum size for image files being uploaded to the FTP
server. Enter a value between 0 and 65535 MB.
Image Upload
This is the interval for uploading images to the FTP server. Enter a time
Interval
between 1 and 600 seconds.
Channel
Select a channel to upload images from, or select All to select all
channels.
Weekday
Select a day of the week to upload images on, or select All to upload
images every day.
Time Periods
You can configure up to two time periods for uploading images. For
each period, select either Alarm&Analytics, Motion, or Regular
images.
4.
Click Apply to save your settings. To test the FTP connection, click Test.
5.
If you want to save your settings and exit the SETTING menu, click OK.
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Configuring UPnP Settings
The Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) protocol is used to map the relationship between the LAN
and the WAN.
1.
In the SETTING field in the Main Menu, go to NETWORK > UPnP.
Figure 7-10
2.
Network UPnP Settings Window
On the UPnP page, configure the following settings:
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PAT
UPNP VAV
Reporting
Status
LAN IP
WAN IP
Click to enable or disable PAT.
Click to enable UPnP VAV reporting. When you enable this feature
you will be asked to enter a password.
Displays the status of the UPnP connection.
Enter the NVR’s IP address from the TCP/IP page.
Enter the router IP address.
3.
If you want, you can edit a mapping relationship from the Port Mapping List. Double-click
the mapping relationship that you want to edit, and then, in the Port Info dialog box, edit
the Service Name, Protocol, Internal Port, and/or External Port details, and then click
OK. Avoid using ports 1 to 255 or 256 to 1023.
4.
Click Apply to save your settings.
5.
If you want to save your settings and exit the SETTING menu, click OK.
Configuring SNMP Settings
You can use Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) to receive information from the
NVR remotely. You will need to install SNMP software on a PC to receive information from the
NVR via SNMP.
1.
In the SETTING field in the Main Menu, go to NETWORK > SNMP.
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Figure 7-11
Network SNMP Settings Window
2.
On the SNMP page, select the Enable check box to enable SNMP.
3.
Configure the following settings:
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4.
Version
SNMP Port
Read Community
Write Community
Trap Access
Trap Port
Select the check boxes of the SNMP version that you are using.
The default setting is 161.
The default setting is public.
The default setting is private.
Enter the IP address of the computer running SNMP software.
The default setting is 162.
If SNMP Version V3 is selected, the following settings are also configurable:
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ReadOnly User
Read/Write User
Authorize Type
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Password
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Encryption Type
•
Password
The default setting is public.
The default setting is private.
Select the authorization type, MD5 or SHA, for both the
ReadOnly and Read/Write users. The default setting is MD5.
Enter the authorization passwords for both the ReadOnly and
Read/Write users.
Select the encryption type for both the ReadOnly and Read/Write
users. The default setting is CBC-DES and is currently the only
encryption option.
Enter the encryption passwords for both the ReadOnly and
Read/Write users.
5.
Click Apply to save your settings.
6.
If you want to save your settings and exit the SETTING menu, click OK.
Configuring Multicast Settings
Multicast allows for simultaneous real-time monitoring of live video from the NVR at multiple
remote locations over the network.
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1.
In the SETTING field in the Main Menu, go to NETWORK > Multicast.
Figure 7-12
Network Multicast Settings Window
2.
On the Multicast page, select the Enable check box to enable multicast.
3.
In the IP Address box, enter a multicast IP address. The address must be valid for
multicasting and should be in the range 224.0.0.0 to 239.255.255.255 for IPv4 or have the
prefix ff00::/8. An address in the range 239.252.0.0 to 239.255.255.255 is recommended.
4.
In the Port box, enter a multicast port number or use the default setting (36666).
5.
Click Apply to save your settings.
6.
If you want to save your settings and exit the SETTING menu, click OK.
Configuring Registration Settings
Automatic Registration allows the device to automatically register to the proxy you have
specified. This allows you to use the client-end to access the NVR through the proxy, where the
proxy has a switch function. In the network service, the device supports the server address of
the IPv4.
1.
In the SETTING field in the Main Menu, go to NETWORK > Register.
1.
Configure the proxy Host IP address, port, and sub-device ID at the device end.
Note
2.
The proxy server generates a serial number for the sub-device ID.
Enable the auto register function in the NVR.
The NVR should now be able to automatically register to the proxy server.
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Configuring Alarm Center Settings
1.
In the SETTING field in the Main Menu, go to NETWORK > Alarm Center.
Figure 7-13
Network Alarm Center Settings Window
2.
On the Alarm Center page, select the Enable check box to enable the alarm center
function.
3.
Configure the following settings:
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Protocol Type
Host IP
Port
Select Private.
Enter the host address of your alarm platform.
Enter the port of your alarm platform.
4.
Set the Self-report Time (everyday or a specific day of the week at a specific time, or
never).
5.
Click Apply to save your settings.
6.
If you want to save your settings and exit the SETTING menu, click OK.
Configuring Switch Settings
You can change the IP Address, Subnet Mask, and Default Gateway for setting the PoE switch
settings.
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1.
In the SETTING field in the Main Menu, go to NETWORK > Switch.
Figure 7-14
2.
Network Switch Settings Window
Configure the following settings:
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IP Address
Subnet Mask
Default Gateway
Enter a new IP address.
Enter a new subnet mask.
Enter a new default gateway.
3.
Click Apply to save your settings.
4.
If you want to save your settings and exit the SETTING menu, click OK.
Configuring P2P Settings
You can easily connect to the unit using a mobile device with the HonView Touch app using the
P2P screen. To use this option you will need the HonView Touch app downloaded, installed,
and have registered/created an account. When the app is setup, select to add a device and use
the camera to view the QR code on the P2P screen (as shown in Figure 7-15). The device’s
information and connection will automatically be downloaded to the HonView Touch app and
you can now connect to the NVR using your mobile device.
1.
In the SETTING field in the Main Menu, go to NETWORK > P2P.
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Figure 7-15
Network P2P Settings Window
2.
Check the Enable check box.
3.
Using a mobile device running the HonView Touch app, select to add a device.
4.
Use the mobile device’s camera to view the QR code on the P2P screen.
5.
The HonView Touch app will automatically download the NVR information and establish a
connection.
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Configuring Event Settings
8
This chapter contains the following sections:
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Configuring Motion Detection Settings, page 89
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Configuring Video Loss Settings, page 94
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Configuring Video Tampering Settings, page 95
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Configuring System Abnormality Event Settings, page 95
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Configuring Alarm Input Settings, page 98
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Configuring Face Detection Settings, page 104
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Configuring Audio Detection Settings, page 106
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Configuring Alarm Outputs, page 108
Configuring Motion Detection Settings
To set up motion detection regions
1.
Go to Main Menu > SETTING > EVENT > VIDEO DETECTION > Motion Detection.
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Figure 8-1
Motion Detection Settings Tab
2.
On the Motion Detection tab, in the Channel box, select the channel (camera) to
configure for motion detection.
3.
Select the Enable check box to enable motion detection for the selected channel.
4.
Next to Region, click Set to define the motion detection region. A grid appears over the
live view screen and the motion detection region dialog box (Figure 8-2) appears.
Figure 8-2
Motion Detection - Region Configuration Window
Select the region
to configure
5.
Set the Sensitivity level (0–100) and Threshold level (0–100) for the region(s) you want to
configure. Select from region 1-4 with the icons at the top of the dialog.
Sensitivity refers to the amount of change (as a percentage) in the image pixels between
frames. Moving the Sensitivity slider to the left decreases the sensitivity of the motion
detection and therefore more movement is required to trigger a motion detection event.
Threshold is the amount of motion required to trigger an event notification.
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Note
6.
The best way to configure motion detection is to experiment with the sensitivity
and threshold settings while someone is walking in front of the camera.
By default, motion detection Region1 covers the whole screen.
•
To disable motion detection in part of the image, drag the mouse over the area of the
image that you want to exclude. The areas not covered by red boxes are not sensitive
to motion.
•
To change the threshold level in part of the image, select a different motion detection
region (Region2, Region3, or Region4), set the Threshold level for that region, and
then drag the mouse to define the region.
•
Each region is represented by a different color. Red=Region1, Yellow=Region2,
Blue=Region3, Green=Region4. If the grid is clear of color, then no motion detection
is set for that area. Test the motion detection areas to make sure motion is not
triggered too much when not needed, such as by wind and background movement.
•
To change the name of a region, enter a new name for it in the Zone Name field.
7.
Right-click to return to the SETTING menu.
8.
Click Apply to save your settings.
9.
If you want to save your settings and exit the SETTING menu, click OK.
To set up motion detection periods
1.
On the Motion Detection tab, next to Period, click Set. The Set window opens.
Figure 8-3
Motion Detection Schedule Configuration Window
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2.
By default, when motion detection is enabled, it is active all the time. To modify the periods
when motion detection is active for the selected channel, on each day’s timeline, click the
half-hour blocks when you want motion detection to be disabled.
3.
Alternatively, for the day of the week that you want to configure, click Set. The Period
window opens (see Figure 8-4).
Figure 8-4
4.
Motion Detection Period Configuration Window
a.
Set up to six periods in the day when you want the motion detection settings for the
selected channel to be active.
b.
Select the check box next to each configured period to enable it.
c.
To copy the settings to additional days, select the appropriate check box(es) under
Copy.
d.
Click OK to return to the previous window.
After you have finished setting up the motion detection periods, click OK.
To set up motion detection event actions
1.
Go to Main Menu > SETTING > EVENT > VIDEO DETECTION > Motion Detection.
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Figure 8-5
2.
On the Motion Detection tab, select the actions that you want the system to initiate when
a motion detection event occurs:
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3.
Motion Detection Configuration Tab
Alarm Out
Select the alarm output(s) (1 or 2) to activate when motion is detected.
In the Latch box, specify the amount of time (0–300 s) to delay the alarm
output signal after a motion detection event is triggered.
Show Message Select the check box to enable a pop-up message on your local host PC.
Send Email
Select the check box to enable the system to send an email notification.
If the Snapshot function is enabled, an image can be attached to the
email. Email settings must be configured to use this option (see
Configuring Email Settings on page 81).
Record Channel Select the channel(s) that you want to record when motion is detected.
In the Delay box, specify the amount of time (10–300 s) to delay
recording after a motion detection event is triggered.
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PTZ Activation
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Tour
Snapshot
Log
Voice Prompts
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Buzzer
Note You also need to set the motion detection recording period.
Go to Storage > Schedule > Rec to configure the current
channel for motion recording. See Configuring the Video
Recording Schedule on page 51.
Select the check box to activate PTZ functions, and then click Set. In the
PTZ Activation window, for each PTZ camera, select the preset, tour, or
pattern that you want to be called when a motion detection event occurs,
and then click OK.
Select the check box to enable a tour of the selected channels.
Select the check box to take a snaphot of selected channels.
Select the check box to enable logging of motion detected events.
Select the check box to enable the playing of a voice prompt audio file
when motion is detected. Use the File Name drop-down arrow to select
the audio file to play when motion is detected.
Select the check box to activate a buzzer noise at the NVR.
Click Apply to save your settings.
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4.
To copy the motion detection settings to additional channels, click Copy, select the
channels to which you want to copy the settings, and then click OK.
Configuring Video Loss Settings
1.
Go to Main Menu > SETTING > EVENT > VIDEO DETECTION > Video Loss.
Figure 8-6
Video Loss Configuration Tab
2.
On the Video Loss tab, in the Channel box, select the channel (camera) for which you
want to configure video loss detection settings.
3.
Select the Enable check box to enable video loss detection for the selected channel.
4.
To set the periods when video loss detection is active, next to Period, click Set, and then
follow the steps listed in To set up motion detection periods on page 91.
5.
To set the actions that you want the system to initiate when a video loss event occurs,
follow the steps listed in To set up motion detection event actions on page 92.
6.
Click Apply to save your settings.
7.
To copy the settings to additional channels, click Copy, select the channels to which you
want to copy the settings, and then click OK.
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Configuring Video Tampering Settings
1.
Go to Main Menu > SETTING > EVENT > VIDEO DETECTION > Tampering.
Figure 8-7
Video Tampering Configuration Tab
2.
On the Tampering tab, in the Channel box, select the channel (camera) for which you
want to configure video tampering detection settings.
3.
Select the Enable check box to enable video tampering detection for the selected
channel.
4.
To set the periods when video tampering detection is active, next to Period, click Set, and
then follow the steps listed in To set up motion detection periods on page 91.
5.
To set the actions that you want the system to initiate when a video tampering event
occurs, follow the steps listed in To set up motion detection event actions on page 92.
6.
Click Apply to save your settings.
7.
To copy the settings to additional channels, click Copy, select the channels to which you
want to copy the settings, and then click OK.
Configuring System Abnormality Event Settings
There are two types of system events: HDD errors (no HDD, HDD error, no space) and network
errors (disconnect, IP conflict, MAC conflict).
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Configuring HDD Event Settings
1.
Go to Main Menu > SETTING > EVENT > ABNORMALITY > HDD.
Figure 8-8
HDD Abnormality Configuration Tab
2.
On the HDD tab, in the Event Type box, select the event type that you want to configure
settings for: No HDD, HDD Error, No Space. If you select the No Space event, you can
specify how low the HDD space will get before triggering the event in the Less Than field.
3.
Select the Enable check box to enable HDD event detection for the event type selected.
4.
Select the actions that you want the system to initiate when the selected event occurs:
5.
•
Alarm Out
Select the alarm output(s) (1 or 2) that you want to activate. In the Latch
box, specify the amount of time (0–300 s) to delay the alarm output
signal after the HDD event is triggered.
•
Show Message
Select the check box to enable a pop-up message on your local host PC.
•
Alarm Upload
Select the check box to enable the system to upload an alarm signal to
the network (including to an alarm center and/or web client).
•
Send Email
Select the check box to enable the system to send an email notification.
To set up Email settings, see Configuring Email Settings on page 81.
•
Voice Prompts
Select the check box to enable the playing of a voice prompt audio file
when an HDD event is triggered. Use the File Name drop-down arrow
to select the audio file to play for HDD events.
•
Buzzer
Select the check box to activate a buzzer noise at the NVR.
•
Log
Select the check box to enable logging of HDD events.
Click Apply to save your settings.
Configuring Network Event Settings
1.
Go to Main Menu > SETTING > EVENT > ABNORMALITY > Network.
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Figure 8-9
Network Abnormality Configuration Tab
2.
On the Network tab, in the Event Type box, select the event type for which you want to
configure settings: Disconnect, IP Conflict, MAC Conflict.
3.
Select the Enable check box to enable network error detection for the selected event type.
4.
Select the actions that you want the system to initiate when the selected event occurs:
5.
•
Alarm Out
Select the check box to activate the selected alarm output(s) (1 or 2). In
the Latch box, specify the amount of time (0–300 s) to delay the alarm
output signal after the network event is triggered.
•
Show Message
Select the check box to enable a pop-up message on your local host PC.
•
Send Email
Select the check box to enable the system to send an email notification.
To set up Email settings, see Configuring Email Settings on page 81.
•
Voice Prompts
Select the check box to enable the playing of a voice prompt audio file
when a network event is triggered. Use the File Name drop-down arrow
to select the audio file to play for network events.
•
Buzzer
Select the check box to activate a buzzer noise at the NVR.
•
Log
Select the check box to enable logging of network events.
Click Apply to save your settings.
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Configuring Alarm Input Settings
Configuring IPC External Alarms
To configure IPC external alarms
1.
Go to Main Menu > SETTING > EVENT > ALARM > IPC Ext.
Figure 8-10
IPC External Alarm Configuration Tab
2.
On the IPC Ext tab, select the channel to configure the external alarm settings from the
drop-down menu.
3.
Select the Enable check box to enable alarm detection of the selected alarm input.
4.
In the Type box, select the alarm input type: NC (Normal Close) or NO (Normal Open).
5.
Enter a name for the alarm in the Alarm Name field.
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To set up alarm input detection periods
1.
On the Alarm tab, next to Period, click Set. The Set window opens.
2.
By default, when alarm detection is enabled, it is active all the time. To modify the periods
when alarm detection is active, on each day’s timeline, click the half-hour blocks when you
want alarm detection for the selected alarm input to be disabled.
3.
Alternatively, for the day of the week that you want to configure, click Set. The Period
window opens.
4.
a.
Set up to six periods in the day when you want alarm detection for the selected alarm
input to be active.
b.
Select the check box next to each configured period to enable it.
c.
To copy the settings to additional days, select the appropriate check box(es) under
Copy.
d.
Click OK to return to the previous window.
After you have finished setting up the alarm detection periods, click OK.
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To set up alarm input event actions
1.
On the Alarm tab, select the actions that you want the system to initiate when an alarm
input trigger occurs:
•
Alarm Out
Select the check box to activate the selected alarm output(s) (1 or 2). In
the Latch box, specify the amount of time (0–300 s) to delay the alarm
output signal after an alarm event is triggered.
•
Show Message
Select the check box to enable a pop-up message on your local host PC.
•
Send Email
Select the check box to enable the system to send an email notification.
If the Snapshot function is enabled, an image can be attached to the
email. To set up Email, see Configuring Email Settings on page 81.
•
Record Channel Select the channel(s) that you want to record when the alarm is
triggered. In the Delay box, specify the amount of time (10–300 s) to
delay recording after an alarm event is triggered.
Note You also need to set the alarm recording period. Go to
Storage > Schedule to configure the current channel for
scheduled alarm recording. See Configuring the Video
Recording Schedule on page 51.
•
PTZ Activation
Select the check box to activate PTZ functions, and then click Set. In the
PTZ Activation window, for each PTZ camera, select the preset, tour, or
pattern that you want to be called when the alarm event occurs, and then
click OK.
•
Tour
Select the check box to enable a tour of the selected channels.
•
Snapshot
Select the check box to take a snapshot of selected channels.
•
Log
Select the check box to enable logging of the alarm input event.
•
Voice Prompts
Select the check box to enable the playing of a voice prompt audio file
when an alarm input event is triggered. Use the File Name drop-down
arrow to select the audio file to play for the alarm events.
•
Buzzer
Select the check box to activate a buzzer noise at the NVR.
2.
Click Apply to save your settings.
3.
To copy the alarm event settings to additional channels, click Copy, select the channels to
which you want to copy the settings, and then click OK.
Configuring IPC Offline Alarm Events
Go to Main Menu > SETTING > EVENT > ALARM > IPC Offline.
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Figure 8-11
IPC Offline Alarm Configuration Tab
To configure for alarms for no IP camera signal, select the channel (camera) to set an alarm if
the camera signal goes offline and follow the same steps as for configuring IPC External Alarm
inputs event actions, on page 100.
Configuring Local Alarm Inputs
A local alarm is an alarm signal from a local device connected to the NVR.
Go to Main Menu > SETTING > EVENT > ALARM > Local.
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Figure 8-12
Local Alarm Configuration Tab
To configure local alarm inputs, follow the same steps as for configuring IPC External Alarm
inputs, on page 98.
Configuring Network Alarm Inputs
Network alarms are alarm signals from the network.
Go to Main Menu > SETTING > EVENT > ALARM > Net.
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Figure 8-13
Net Alarm Configuration Tab
A network alarm is an alarm signal originating from the TCP/IP network connection. You can use
NET SDK protocol to activate the network alarm.
To configure network alarm input actions, follow the same steps as for configuring IPC External
Alarm inputs event actions, on page 100.
Configuring Remote Alarm Inputs
A remote alarm is an alarm signal from a remote site connected to the NVR.
Go to Main Menu > SETTING > EVENT > ALARM > Remote Alarm.
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Figure 8-14
Remote Alarm Configuration Tab
To configure remote alarm input actions, follow the same steps as for configuring IPC External
Alarm inputs event actions, on page 100.
Configuring Face Detection Settings
The face detection feature analyzes the video to detect if there are any human faces appearing
in the video. If a face appears it will capture the face with either snapshots, recordings, or alarms
so it can be processed or analyzed further.
1.
Go to Main Menu > SETTING > EVENT > Face Detection.
2.
Select the Channel to configure for face detection from the drop-down menu and check
the Enable check box.
3.
Check the Face ROI (region of interest) check box if you want a region of interest showing
the detected face to be displayed when an event occurs.
4.
Click RULE to open a video image to set the Min Size and Max Size of a face that will
trigger face detection. Use the mouse to drag and resize the Min and Max size boxes in
the video image.
5.
To set the periods when face detection is active, next to Period, click Set, and then follow
the steps listed in To set up motion detection periods on page 91.
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Figure 8-15
6.
Face Detection Configuration Screen
Select the action(s) that you want the system to initiate when a face detection event
occurs:
•
Alarm Out
Select the check box to activate the selected alarm output(s) (1 or 2). In
the Latch box, specify the amount of time (0–300 s) to delay the alarm
output signal after a face detection event is triggered.
•
Send Email
Select the check box to enable the system to send an email notification.
If the Snapshot function is enabled, an image can be attached to the
email. To set up Email, see Configuring Email Settings on page 81.
•
Record Channel Select the channel(s) that you want to record when the alarm is
triggered. In the Delay box, specify the amount of time (10–300 s) to
delay recording after a face detection event is triggered.
Note You also need to set the alarm recording period. Go to
Storage > Schedule to configure the current channel for
scheduled alarm recording. See Configuring the Video
Recording Schedule on page 51.
7.
•
PTZ Activation
Select the check box to activate PTZ functions, and then click Set. In the
PTZ Activation window, for each PTZ camera, select the preset, tour, or
pattern that you want to be called when the face detection event occurs,
and then click OK.
•
Tour
Select the check box to enable a tour of the selected channels.
•
Snapshot
Select the check box to take a snapshot of selected channels.
•
Log
Select the check box to enable logging of the face detection event.
•
Voice Prompts
Select the check box to enable the playing of a voice prompt audio file
when a face detection event is triggered. Use the File Name drop-down
arrow to select the audio file to play for the events.
•
Buzzer
Select the check box to activate a buzzer noise at the NVR.
Click Apply to save your settings. To return to the main menu, click OK.
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Configuring Audio Detection Settings
The audio detection feature detects audio changes in the camera scene that can generate
events and corresponding actions.
1.
Go to Main Menu > SETTING > EVENT > Audio Detection.
2.
Select the Channel to configure for audio detection from the drop-down menu and check
one or both of the Input Abnormal and Intensity Change check boxes.
3.
•
Input Abnormal: Detects if the audio input changes from the "normal" audio that is
typically generated at the site.
•
Intensity Change: Detects if the audio intensity changes, meaning the volume level
becomes stronger than the typical levels.
Set the Sensitivity level (1–100) and Threshold level (1–100) for the audio detection.
Sensitivity refers to the audio recognition sensitivity (as a percentage). Moving the
Sensitivity slider to a higher sensitivity setting increases the audio detection sensitivity
which will detect more events.
Threshold is the intensity change threshold, or the amount of audio required to trigger an
event notification. The smaller the Threshold value, the more events will be detected.
Note
4.
The best way to configure audio detection is to experiment with the sensitivity
and threshold settings while someone is generating sound in front of the camera.
To set the periods when audio detection is active, next to Period, click Set, and then
follow the steps listed in To set up motion detection periods on page 91.
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Figure 8-16
5.
Audio Detection Configuration Screen
Select the action(s) that you want the system to initiate when an audio detection event
occurs:
•
Alarm Out
Select the check box to activate the selected alarm output(s) (1 or 2). In
the Latch box, specify the amount of time (0–300 s) to delay the alarm
output signal after an audio detection event is triggered.
•
Send Email
Select the check box to enable the system to send an email notification.
If the Snapshot function is enabled, an image can be attached to the
email. To set up Email, see Configuring Email Settings on page 81.
•
Record Channel Select the channel(s) that you want to record when the alarm is
triggered. In the Delay box, specify the amount of time (10–300 s) to
delay recording after an audio detection event is triggered.
Note You also need to set the alarm recording period. Go to
Storage > Schedule to configure the current channel for
scheduled alarm recording. See Configuring the Video
Recording Schedule on page 51.
6.
•
PTZ Activation
Select the check box to activate PTZ functions, and then click Set. In the
PTZ Activation window, for each PTZ camera, select the preset, tour, or
pattern that you want to be called when the audio detection event
occurs, and then click OK.
•
Tour
Select the check box to enable a tour of the selected channels.
•
Snapshot
Select the check box to take a snapshot of selected channels.
•
Log
Select the check box to enable logging of the audio detection event.
•
Voice Prompts
Select the check box to enable the playing of a voice prompt audio file
when an audio detection event is triggered. Use the File Name
drop-down arrow to select the audio file to play for the events.
•
Buzzer
Select the check box to activate a buzzer noise at the NVR.
Click Apply to save your settings. To return to the main menu, click OK.
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Configuring Alarm Outputs
1.
Go to Main Menu > SETTING > EVENT > Alarm Out.
Figure 8-17
2.
Alarm Output Configuration Screen
On the Alarm Output page, set the alarm type for each alarm output:
•
Auto
Select the alarm output(s) that you want to apply the recording
schedule settings to. For more details, see Configuring the Video
Recording Schedule on page 51 and Configuring the Snapshot
Recording Schedule on page 52.
•
Manual
Select the alarm output(s) that you want to enable for all channels.
•
Stop
Select the alarm output(s) that you want to disable for all channels.
3.
To turn off triggered alarm outputs, next to Alarm Release, click OK.
4.
Click Apply to save your changes, and then click OK.
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Configuring Storage Settings
9
This chapter contains the following sections:
•
Configuring the Recording Schedule, page 109
•
Configuring HDD Management Settings, page 112
•
Configuring HDD Advanced Settings, page 113
•
Configuring Record Settings, page 114
•
Configuring HDD Detect Settings, page 115
Configuring the Recording Schedule
Configuring the Video Recording Schedule
1.
Go to Main Menu > SETTING > STORAGE > SCHEDULE > Rec.
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Figure 9-1
Recording Schedule Configuration Tab
2.
On the Rec tab, in the Channel box, select the channel (camera) for which you want to
configure a recording schedule.
3.
In the PreRecord box, enter a time between 0 and 30 seconds. The default setting is 4
seconds. The pre-record time sets how long the NVR records before the scheduled
recording start time. For example, if the NVR is scheduled to start recording at 12:00 and
the pre-record time is set to 4 seconds, the NVR will start recording at 11:59:56.
4.
If the NVR has two HDDs, select the Redundancy check box to enable redundant
recording on the second HDD. This HDD must first be configured as redundant on the
HDD Manage page (see Configuring HDD Management Settings on page 112).
5.
At the top of the scheduling table, select the check box(es) of the recording type(s) that
you want to schedule:
•
•
•
•
•
Regular
Motion
Alarm
MD&Alarm
Analytics
The regular recording schedule is indicated by a green bar.
The motion detection recording schedule is indicated by a yellow bar.
The alarm recording schedule is indicated by a red bar.
The motion detection and alarm schedule is indicated by a blue bar.
The video analytics schedule is indicated by an orange bar.
6.
At the left of the scheduling table, select the day(s) of the week for which you want to
configure a recording schedule. To configure the same recording schedule for all of the
days at the same time, select All.
7.
Click or drag the mouse in the scheduling table to set the recording period. To erase a
recording period, click the eraser icon (
) at the right of the table. Alternatively, for the
day of the week that you want to configure, click the gear icon at the right of the table. In
the Period window, set up to six recording periods. To copy the settings to additional
days, select the appropriate check box(es) under Copy, and then click Save.
8.
Click Apply to save your settings.
9.
To copy the settings to additional channels, click Copy, select the channels to which you
want to copy the settings, and then click OK.
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Configuring the Snapshot Recording Schedule
Follow these steps to configure the snapshot recording function. When enabled, the NVR can
take snapshots when a motion detection, video loss, video tampering, or other alarm event
occurs. See Chapter 8, Configuring Event Settings for detailed instructions.
1.
Go to Main Menu > SETTING > STORAGE > SCHEDULE > Snapshot.
Figure 9-2
Snapshot Schedule Settings
2.
On the Snapshot tab, in the Channel box, select the channel (camera) for which you want
to configure a snapshot schedule.
3.
At the top of the scheduling table, select the check box(es) of the recording type(s) that
you want to schedule:
•
•
•
•
•
Regular
Motion
Alarm
MD&Alarm
Analytics
The regular recording schedule is indicated by a green bar.
The motion detection recording schedule is indicated by a yellow bar.
The alarm recording schedule is indicated by a red bar.
The motion detection and alarm schedule is indicated by a blue bar.
The video analytics schedule is indicated by an orange bar.
4.
At the left of the scheduling table, select the day(s) of the week for which you want to
configure a snapshot schedule. To configure the same schedule for all of the days at the
same time, select All.
5.
Click or drag the mouse in the scheduling table to set the recording period. To erase a
recording period, click the eraser icon at the right of the table. Alternatively, for the day of
the week that you want to configure, click the gear icon at the right of the table. In the
Period window, set up to six snapshot recording periods. To copy the settings to
additional days, select the appropriate check box(es) under Copy, and then click Save.
6.
Click Apply to save your settings.
7.
To copy the settings to additional channels, click Copy, select the channels to which you
want to copy the settings, and then click OK.
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Configuring HDD Management Settings
1.
Go to Main Menu > SETTING > STORAGE > HDD MANAGE.
Figure 9-3
2.
Name
The HDD name.
Physical
Position
Indicates which hard drive slot the HDD currently occupies.
Type
The HDD type (read-write or read-only).
HDD Group
The HDD group that the hard drive belongs to.
Status
The current operating status of the HDD.
Free Space/
Total Space
The amount of free space remaining on the HDD/
The total capacity of the HDD.
The HDD is configured as read-write by default. To change the HDD type to read-only, in
the Type column, select Read-only HDD.
Note
3.
HDD Management Window
The NVR restarts to apply the new setting.
To erase all the data from a HDD, select it and click Format. A confirmation message
appears: "Confirm format on the selected device?" Click OK to continue.
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Configuring HDD Advanced Settings
Configuring Main Stream Settings
Here, you can assign the main stream to a particular HDD group.
1.
Go to Main Menu > SETTING > STORAGE > Advanced > Main Stream.
Figure 9-4
2.
3.
Main Stream Storage Configuration Tab
You can set the HDD group for all channels or set each channel individually:
•
Select a HDD group from the drop-down Set All Channels menu. Click All to apply
the parameter settings to all channels.
•
Select an HDD group from the drop-down menu for each channel, as required.
Click Apply to save your settings.
Configuring Sub Stream Settings
Configuring the sub stream channel settings is the same as for the main stream (see Configuring
Main Stream Settings on page 113).
Configuring Snapshot Storage Settings
1.
Go to Main Menu > SETTING > STORAGE > Advanced > Snapshot.
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Figure 9-5
2.
3.
Snapshot Storage Configuration Tab
You can set the HDD group for all channels or set each channel individually:
•
Select a HDD group from the drop-down Set All Channels menu. Click All to apply
the parameter settings to all channels.
•
Select an HDD group from the drop-down menu for each channel, as required.
Click Apply to save your settings.
Configuring Record Settings
1.
Go to Main Menu > SETTING > STORAGE > RECORD.
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Figure 9-6
Recording Storage Configuration Window
2.
On the Record window, select the record types (Auto, Manual, Off) that you want to
enable on each channel for both the main stream and secondary streams.
3.
Under Snapshot, enable or disable snapshot recording on each channel.
4.
Click Apply to save your settings.
Configuring HDD Detect Settings
HDD Manual Detection
Hard Disk Drives can be detected and scanned for total space and errors with a Quick Detect
or Global Detect function.
1.
Go to Main Menu > SETTING > STORAGE > HDD Detect > Manual Detect.
2.
Select the hard drive to use the detection on from the HDD drop-down list.
3.
Select the Type of detection to use, either Global Detect or Quick Detect and click Start
Detect.
4.
Click Stop Detect at any time to stop the detection process.
Once complete, the hard drive detection results will display in the table below, indicating
hard drive details such as good, bad and blocked sectors, and total space.
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Figure 9-7
HDD Manual Detection Screen
HDD Detection Reporting
Hard Disk Drives detection results are compiled on the detect report screen for easy reference.
1.
Go to Main Menu > SETTING > STORAGE > HDD Detect > Detect Report.
Figure 9-8
2.
HDD Detection Report Screen
Use the Detect Report tab to view hard drive detection reports from previous detections.
Click on a report row in the table to view the detection report details.
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Configuring System Settings
10
This chapter contains the following sections:
•
Configuring General System Settings, page 117
•
Configuring Display Settings, page 121
•
Configuring RS232 Settings, page 125
•
Configuring Pan/Tilt/Zoom Settings, page 125
•
Configuring Account Settings, page 130
•
Configuring Automatic Maintenance Settings, page 134
•
Exporting and Importing System Configurations, page 135
•
Restoring Default Settings, page 137
•
Upgrading the NVR, page 138
Configuring General System Settings
Configuring Device Settings
1.
Go to Main Menu > SETTING > SYSTEM > GENERAL > General.
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Figure 10-1
2.
General Configuration Tab
On the General tab, configure the following settings:
•
Device Name
Enter a device name for the NVR.
•
Device No.
Enter a device number for the NVR.
•
Language
Set the language of the user interface.
•
HDD Full
Set to Overwrite to continue recording over old data when the HDD
is full. Set to Stop Record to stop recording when the HDD is full. The
default setting is Overwrite.
•
Pack Duration
Set the recording duration. Specify a time between 1 and 120
minutes. The default setting is 60 min.
•
Instant Replay
Set the length of time to play back video using the instant replay
playback function in live view mode. Specify a time between 5 and
60 minutes. The default setting is 5 min.
•
Auto Logout
Set the length of time the NVR waits before logging out an inactive
user. Specify a time between 0 and 60 minutes. The default setting
is 10 min.
•
IPC Time Sync
Select the check box to have the NVR sync time with connected IP
cameras at a set interval. Set the interval from 1 to 1440 minutes. The
default setting is 5 minutes.
•
Navigation Bar
Select the check box to display the live view toolbar on the live view
screen. Clear the check box to hide the live view toolbar.
•
Startup Wizard
Select the check box to display the Startup Wizard at startup. Clear
the check box to bypass the Startup Wizard at startup.
•
Mouse
Sensitivity
Set the desired mouse speed using the slider.
3.
Click Apply to save your settings.
4.
If you want to save your settings and exit the SETTING menu, click Save.
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Configuring Date and Time Settings
To configure the system time settings
1.
Go to Main Menu > SETTING > SYSTEM > GENERAL > Date&Time.
Figure 10-2
2.
Date and Time Configuration Tab
On the Date&Time tab, configure the following settings:
•
Date Format
Select the date format that you want to use for the system time:
YYYY MM DD, MM DD YYYY, or DD MM YYYY.
•
Time Format
Select the time format that you want to use for the system time:
24-Hour or 12-Hour.
•
Date Separator
Select the separator that you want to use for the system time:
period (.), hyphen (-), or forward slash (/).
•
System Time
Enter the system time and time zone, and then click Save.
3.
Click Apply to save your settings.
4.
If you want to save your settings and exit the SETTING menu, click OK.
To configure the Daylight Saving Time (DST) settings
1.
Go to Main Menu > SETTING > SYSTEM > GENERAL > Date&Time.
2.
On the Date&Time tab, click to select the DST check box.
3.
Specify when Daylight Saving Time begins and ends. Select DST Type as either Date
(DST applies to specific dates) or Week (specify which week and time of each year to
apply to DST).
For example:
a.
Since the specific dates change every year, select Week as the DST Type.
b.
Set the Start Time as Mar 2nd Su 02:00 (the second Sunday in March at 2:00 a.m.).
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c.
Set the End Time as Nov 1st Su 02:00 (the first Sunday in November at 2:00 a.m.).
4.
Click Apply to save your settings.
5.
If you want to save your settings and exit the SETTING menu, click OK.
To synchronize the system time with the Network Time Protocol (NTP)
1.
Ensure that the NVR is connected to the Internet.
2.
Go to Main Menu > SETTING > SYSTEM > GENERAL > Date&Time.
3.
On the Date&Time tab, click to select the NTP check box.
4.
In the Server box, enter the IP address of the NTP server that you want to use (for
example, time.nist.gov).
5.
Ensure that Port is set to 123.
6.
To change the frequency with which the system time synchronizes with the NTP server,
enter a new time in the Interval box. The default setting is 60 min.
7.
Click Manual Update to manually synchronize your system time with the NTP server.
8.
Click Apply to save your settings.
9.
If you want to save your settings and exit the SETTING menu, click OK.
Configuring Holiday Settings
1.
Go to Main Menu > SETTING > SYSTEM > GENERAL > Holiday.
Figure 10-3
2.
Holiday Tab
On the Holiday tab, click Add Holidays. The Add Holidays window appears.
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Figure 10-4
Add Holidays Window
3.
In the Holiday Name box, enter the name of the holiday that you want to add.
4.
Set Repeat Mode to Once or Always.
Note
5.
If you want the NVR to recognize a particular day of the week as a holiday
year-round (for example, every Friday), set Repeat Mode to Always.
Set Holiday Range to Date or Week depending on whether you want to designate a
single day or one or more weeks as a holiday.
•
If Date is selected, enter the year, month, and day in the Start Time and End Time
boxes.
•
If Week is selected, enter the year, month, week of the month (1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th,
Last), and day.
6.
If you want to add more holidays, select the Add More check box.
7.
Click Add to add the holiday.
8.
After you have added the new holidays, on the Holiday tab, set the Status of each
holiday. Select Open to enable the holiday or select Stop to disable it.
Configuring Display Settings
Configuring Display Settings
1.
Go to Main Menu > SETTING > SYSTEM > DISPLAY > Display.
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Figure 10-5
2.
Display Configuration Tab
On the Display tab, configure the following settings:
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Transparency Set the transparency of the graphical user interface (GUI) to a value
between 0 and 100, with 0 being totally opaque and 100 being totally
transparent.
•
Time Display To display the current time in each channel window in live view mode,
select the check box. To hide the time, clear the check box.
•
Channel
Display
To display the camera name, status, and channel number in each
channel window, select the check box. To hide the camera name,
status, and channel number, clear the check box.
•
Image
Enhance
To enhance the display image, select the check box. To keep the
default settings, clear the check box.
•
Analytics
Rule
To display the active analytics rule in each channel window in live view
mode, select the check box. To hide the analytics rule info, clear the
check box.
•
Original
Scale
Click Set to select the channel(s) to display in the original aspect ratio,
then click OK. Select All to display all the channels in the original
aspect ration. Unselected channels display in full screen.
•
Screen Mode Select the type of display monitor used, HDMI or VGA.
•
Screen
Enable
Check this box to have the local monitor output screen enabled. Clear
this box to disable the local monitor output.
•
Screen NO
Select the screen to set the resolution for. If multiple monitors
•
Resolution
Set the resolution of your display select in the Screen NO field.
Note You must restart the NVR for new display resolution settings to
take effect.
•
Preview
Mode
Select the Preview Mode from the drop-down list from Regular or
Show Face List.
•
POS Info
To display the point of sales text in each channel window in live view
mode, select the check box. To hide the POS info, clear the check box.
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3.
Click Apply to save your settings.
4.
If you want to save your settings and exit the SETTING menu, click OK.
Configuring Tour Settings
In a tour, the NVR cycles through different channel views. You can specify which views and
cameras you want to appear in the tour.
1.
Go to Main Menu > SETTING > SYSTEM > DISPLAY > Tour.
Figure 10-6
Tour Configuration Tab
2.
Select the monitor to display the tour with the Screen NO drop-down list.
3.
If you want, you can add or delete cameras from the Channel Group list. You can only add
cameras that do not already appear in the list.
Note
On some NVR models you can change the Video Detection tour and Alarm tour
from View 1 (single-channel view) to View 8 (eight-channel view).
4.
Select the Enable Tour check box to enable the tour function or clear the check box to disable
the tour function.
5.
In the Interval box, enter the amount of time in seconds (from 5-120) that you want each view
to appear on the screen before displaying the next view in the tour. The default setting is 5
seconds.
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Do one of the following:
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To cycle through all of the cameras in all of the available views, keep the default settings.
•
To create a custom tour, for each view in the Window Split list (View 1, View 4, and so
on), clear the check box on the top row of the Channel Group list to deselect all of the
cameras for that view, then select the cameras for each view that you want to appear in
the custom tour.
For example, to create a tour showing only cameras 2, 3, and 5 in single-channel view,
set Window Split to View 1 and then select cameras 2, 3, and 5. There should be no
other cameras selected in View 1 or in any of the other views.
7.
Click Apply to save your settings.
8.
If you want to save your settings and exit the SETTING menu, click OK.
Configuring Custom Split Settings
Use the Custom Split tab to configure a customized split screen display.
1.
Go to Main Menu > SETTING > SYSTEM > DISPLAY > Custom Split.
Figure 10-7
Custom Split Configuration Tab
2.
On the Custom Split tab, click + to add the selected split view to the list.
3.
Use the mouse to click and drag the display grid to configure it, as needed. You can combine
small squares into a larger display area, or split them up to view more channels at once.
4.
Click Apply to save your settings.
5.
If you want to save your settings and exit the SETTING menu, click OK.
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Configuring RS232 Settings
1.
Go to Main Menu > SETTING > SYSTEM > RS232.
Figure 10-8
2.
RS232 Configuration Window
Configure the following settings:
•
Function
Select Console or Adapter, depending on the type of RS232
device that you have connected to the NVR.
•
Baud Rate
Select a value between 1200 and 115200. The default setting is
115200.
•
Data Bit
Select a value between 5 and 8. The default setting is 8.
•
Stop Bit
Select 1, 1.5, or 2. The default setting is 1.
•
Parity
Select None, Odd, Even, Mark, or Space. The default setting is
None.
3.
Click Apply to save your settings.
4.
If you want to save your settings and exit the SETTING menu, click OK.
Configuring Pan/Tilt/Zoom Settings
See Configuring PTZ Connection Settings on page 43 for more information.
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Configuring Point of Sales Settings
Use the POS settings screen to setup a connection to a point of sales device, such as a cash
register, to enable POS info to be synchronized with video data.
1.
Go to Main Menu > SETTING > SYSTEM > POS.
Figure 10-9
2.
POS Configuration Window
Click Add to add a new POS device.
Figure 10-10 Add POS Device Screen
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3.
Configure the following settings:
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Enable
Check this box to enable the POS function. Clear the box to
disable POS.
•
Name
Enter a name for the POS device being added.
•
Connect Type
Select the type of connection to the POS device. Network is the
default option. Click Setup to enter the connection details for
Source IP and Port, and Destination IP and Port. Click OK to
confirm.
•
Protocol Type
Select the communication protocol for the POS device. The
default setting is POS.
•
Transaction
Start/End
Select the transaction start and end times. This field cannot be
modified when POS is the selected protocol.
•
Line Delimiter
Enter one or more characters to use as a line delimiter between
text entries from the POS device. This field cannot be modified
when POS is the selected protocol.
•
Ignore String
Enter string types from the POS device that should be ignored
and not displayed or recorded, such as a password string. This
field cannot be modified when POS is the selected protocol.
•
Case Sensitive
Check this box if you want the strings specified in the Ignore
String field to be case sensitive.
•
NetWork Overtime Enter the network overtime value in seconds.
•
Time Display
Enter the amount of time in between time display instances.
•
Channel Set
Click CHANNEL SET to select the channels to be associated
with the POS device.
4.
Click Apply to save your settings.
5.
If you want to save your settings and exit the SETTING menu, click OK.
Configuring Broadcast Settings
Use the Broadcast screen to setup a group of channels that be broadcast with bi-directional
audio. This enables system users to output an audio message to several camera with audio
outputs at the same time.
1.
Go to Main Menu > SETTING > SYSTEM > Broadcast.
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Figure 10-11 Broadcast Configuration Window
2.
Click Add Group to add a new broadcast group. Enter a Group Name and select the
channels to be part of the group.
3.
Click Save to save the group.
Configuring Voice Prompt Settings
Voice prompt files can be used to as alarm audio and can be set as actions when events are
triggered.
Managing Voice Prompt Files
Use the Voice Prompt File Manage screen to manage the voice prompt sound files and set the
volume.
1.
Go to Main Menu > SETTING > SYSTEM > Voice Prompt > File Manage.
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Figure 10-12 Voice Prompt File Configuration Window
2.
Click Add to add a new audio file for Voice Prompts. You must have a connected USB
device with audio files saved to it.
3.
Double-click on folders to navigate to the new voice prompt file, select the check box for
the file(s) you want to add and click Import. Click OK to return to the previous page. The
file will populate in the File Manage table.
You can Play, Rename, or Delete the file using the table controls. Use the Volume slider
to set the volume level.
Configuring Voice Prompt Schedules
Use the Voice Prompt Schedules screen to set the voice prompt schedule and timing. With the
schedules, different voice prompt audio files can be enabled for different times of the day/week.
For example, an after hours audio message can be played on weekends and nights.
1.
Go to Main Menu > SETTING > SYSTEM > Voice Prompt > Schedule.
2.
You can configure up to 6 scheduling periods to repeat on each day.
3.
For each voice prompt schedule:
a.
Set the time range in the Period field.
b.
Select the voice prompt file to be played from the File Name drop-down list.
c.
Enter the number of times the voice prompt should repeat in the Repeat field and set
the interval between repetitions in minutes in the Interval field.
d.
Select the audio device to play the voice prompt from the Output drop-down list.
e.
Place a check in the check box for each period that you configure.
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Figure 10-13 Voice Prompt Schedule Configuration Window
4.
Click Apply to save your settings.
5.
If you want to save your settings and exit the SETTING menu, click OK.
Configuring Account Settings
You can add, edit, or delete user accounts. By default, the NVR has an admin user account and
a default user account. The admin user account has permission to perform all the operation and
configuration functions of the NVR. The default user account only has permission to monitor live
video.
Managing User Accounts and Groups
To add a user account
1.
Go to Main Menu > SETTING > SYSTEM > ACCOUNT > User.
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Figure 10-14 User Account Configuration Tab
2.
On the User tab, click Add User. The Add User page opens (see Figure 10-15).
Figure 10-15 Add User Window
3.
On the Add User page, configure the following settings for the new user:
•
Username
Enter a user name for the account.
•
Password
Enter a password for the account.
•
Confirm Password Re-enter the password.
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Memo
Optionally, enter a brief description of the account.
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Group
Assign the user to a group (admin, user, or another group that you
have defined).
•
Authority
Assign privileges by selecting or clearing check boxes on the three
tabs in the Authority section.
Note By default, the user group is set up to allow a new user to
monitor live video from all cameras, play back recorded
video from all cameras, control PTZ cameras, view
information, manually control the NVR, back up files, and
adjust color settings. To assign additional privileges,
change the user settings on the Group tab.
4.
Click Save to save your settings.
To edit a user account
1.
Go to Main Menu > SETTING > SYSTEM > ACCOUNT > User.
2.
On the User tab, click the Modify icon
Modify User page opens.
3.
On the Modify User page, you can change any of the following settings:
4.
•
Username
•
Password
•
User Group
•
Memo
•
Authority Tabs
for the user account that you want to edit. The
When you have finished making changes, click Save to save your settings.
To delete a user account
1.
Go to Main Menu > SETTING > SYSTEM > ACCOUNT > User.
2.
On the User tab, click the Delete icon
3.
The message "Are you sure that you want to delete now?" appears. Click OK
to delete the account.
Note
for the user account that you want to delete.
You can only delete an account that you have created. You cannot delete the
admin and default user accounts.
To add a user group
1.
Go to Main Menu > SETTING > SYSTEM > ACCOUNT > Group.
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Figure 10-16 Group Configuration Tab
2.
On the Group tab, click Add Group.
3.
On the Add Group page, enter a name for the group in the Group Name box, enter a
description of the group in the Memo box, and then assign user permissions on the
Authority tabs.
4.
Click Save to save your settings.
To edit a user group
1.
Go to Main Menu > SETTING > SYSTEM > ACCOUNT > Group.
2.
On the Group tab, click the Modify icon
Modify Group page opens.
3.
On the Modify Group page, you can change any of the following settings:
4.
•
Group
•
Group Name
•
Memo
•
Authority Tabs
of the user group that you want to edit. The
When you have finished making changes, click Save to save your settings.
To delete a user group
1.
Go to Main Menu > SETTING > SYSTEM > ACCOUNT > Group.
2.
On the Group tab, click the Delete icon
3.
The message "Are you sure that you want to delete now?" appears. Click OK
to delete the group.
of the user group that you want to delete.
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Configuring Account Security Questions
In case that the admin password is lost or forgotten, you can setup security questions for the
admin account that can be answered if the password is ever forgotten.
1.
Go to Main Menu > SETTING > SYSTEM > ACCOUNT > Secure Question.
Figure 10-17 Secure Question Configuration Tab
2.
Select a security question from both the Question 1 and Question 2 drop-down lists. If
the default questions are not suitable, select Customized to enter your own question text
in the field.
3.
Enter the answer to each question in the corresponding Answer field.
4.
Click Set to save your settings.
Configuring Automatic Maintenance Settings
You can set up the NVR to automatically restart and/or to automatically delete old files.
To configure the auto-reboot function
1.
Go to Main Menu > SETTING > SYSTEM > AUTO MAINTAIN.
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Figure 10-18
Auto Maintenance Configuration Window
2.
Under Auto Reboot, select one of the following options: Never, Everyday, Sunday,
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, or Saturday, and select a time of day
to auto reboot from the drop-down menu.
3.
Click Apply to save your settings.
4.
If you want to save your settings and exit the SETTING menu, click OK.
To configure to automatically delete old files
1.
Go to Main Menu > SETTING > SYSTEM > AUTO MAINTAIN.
2.
Under Auto Delete Old Files, select Never or Customized.
3.
If Customized is selected, in the Days Ago box, enter the amount of time to elapse before
the files are automatically deleted.
4.
Click Apply to save your settings.
5.
If you want to save your settings and exit the SETTING menu, click OK.
Exporting and Importing System Configurations
You can export and/or import NVR system configurations if you are installing several NVRs
requiring the same setup.
To export a system configuration
1.
Go to Main Menu > SETTING > SYSTEM > IMP/EXP.
2.
Insert a USB storage device (such as a USB flash drive) into one of the USB ports on the
NVR. The Find USB device dialog box opens.
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Figure 10-19
Find USB Device Window
3.
In the Find USB device dialog box, click Config Backup.
4.
On the IMP/EXP page, click Refresh. The page populates with the details of the storage
device.
Figure 10-20
5.
Configuration Backup Window
Click EXPORT. A message appears confirming that the export was successful and the
system configuration file (named Config_[YYYYMMDDhhmmss]) is added to the file list.
To import a system configuration
1.
Insert a USB storage device containing a system configuration file (exported from another
NVR) into one of the USB ports on the NVR. The Find USB device dialog box opens.
2.
In the Find USB device dialog box, click CONFIG BACKUP.
3.
On the IMP/EXP page, click Refresh to show the contents of the USB device. Select the
configuration file that you want to import (named Config_[YYYYMMDDhhmmss]), and then
click Import.
4.
Restart the NVR to apply the new settings.
To format an external USB storage device
1.
Go to Main Menu > SETTING > SYSTEM > IMP/EXP.
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2.
Insert a USB storage device (such as a USB flash drive) into one of the USB ports on the
NVR. The Find USB device dialog box opens.
3.
In the Find USB device dialog box, click CONFIG BACKUP.
4.
On the IMP/EXP page, click Refresh. The page populates with the details of the storage
device.
5.
Click Format.
6.
The message "Confirm format on the selected device?" appears. Click OK to
format the storage device.
Restoring Default Settings
You can restore camera, network, event, storage, and system default settings.
Note
1.
Restoring the default settings will cause all changes to the system menu color,
language, time display mode, video format, IP address, and user accounts to be
lost.
Go to Main Menu > SETTING > SYSTEM > DEFAULT.
Figure 10-21
2.
Default Configuration Window
Select the check boxes of the items that you want to restore to their default settings, or
select All to restore all of them to their default settings.
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3.
Click Apply to save your settings.
4.
If you want to save your settings and exit the SETTING menu, click OK.
Note
To return the NVR to its factory default settings, click Factory Reset.
Upgrading the NVR
You can upgrade the system firmware locally at the NVR.
1.
Go to Main Menu > SETTING > SYSTEM > UPGRADE.
Figure 10-22
Upgrade Window
2.
Insert a USB storage device (such as a USB flash drive) containing the new firmware into
one of the USB ports on the NVR. The Find USB device dialog box opens.
3.
In the Find USB device dialog box, click System Upgrade.
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4.
On the Upgrade page, click Upgrade. The Upgrade window opens.
5.
Select the firmware file from the file list, and then click Start.
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Viewing Information
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This chapter contains the following sections:
•
Viewing System Information, page 141
•
Viewing Event Information, page 144
•
Viewing Network Information, page 145
•
Viewing Log Information, page 148
Viewing System Information
In the system information interface you can view the following:
•
Hard Disk information
•
Recording information
•
Bit stream statistics
•
Version details
Viewing Hard Disk Information
1.
Go to Main Menu > INFO > SYSTEM > HDD.
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Figure 11-1
2.
3.
View HDD Information Window
Refer to the following table to interpret the HDD information:
SATA
o indicates the current HDD is normal.
x indicates there is an error.
- indicates that there is no HDD.
? indicates that a HDD is damaged.
Device Name
Shows the name you have given the device.
Physical
Position
Describes the hard drive bay where the hard drive is installed.
Type
Indicates the HDD type (for example, Read/Write).
Free Space
Indicates the amount of free space remaining on the HDD.
Total Space
Indicates the total capacity of the HDD.
Status
Indicates the operating status of the HDD.
S.M.A.R.T.
Indicates S.M.A.R.T (Self-Monitoring, Analysis, and Reporting
Technology) status.
In the list of HDDs, double-click a HDD to view more details (see Figure 11-2).
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Figure 11-2
4.
S.M.A.R.T. Information Window
Right-click to return to the previous screen.
Viewing Recording Information
•
Go to Main Menu > INFO > SYSTEM > RECORD.
Figure 11-3
Recording Information Window
On the Record Info page, you can view the device name as well as the start and end
times for recorded video.
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Viewing Data Stream Information
•
Go to Main Menu > INFO > SYSTEM > BPS.
Figure 11-4
BPS Information Window
On the BPS page, you can view the current video data stream rates and resolutions for
each channel.
Viewing Version Information
•
Go to Main Menu > INFO > SYSTEM > VERSION.
Figure 11-5
Version Information Window
On the VERSION page, you can view the number of channels, number of alarm inputs and
outputs, system version number, build date, web and ONVIF versions, and serial number.
Viewing Event Information
Navigate to the INFO > EVENT > Event field in the Main Menu.
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Figure 11-6
Event Information Window
On the Event page, you can view event information at the device level and at the channel level.
The NVR automatically refreshes this information.
Viewing Network Information
In the network information interface you can view and/or block online users, view network data
transmission details, and perform network tests.
Viewing Online Users
You can view the user name, IP address, and login time of all online users. You can also block
an online user for a specified period of time.
To view online users
Go to Main Menu > INFO > NETWORK > ONLINE USERS.
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Figure 11-7
Note
Viewing Online Users
Every five seconds, the NVR system detects newly added or dropped users, and
updates the list of online users.
To block an online user
1.
In the INFO > NETWORK field in the Main Menu, go to ONLINE USERS (see
Figure 11-7).
2.
Click the Block for icon in the user list, and then, in the Block for box at the bottom of the
screen, enter the time in seconds that you want to block the user for. You can enter up to
65535 seconds (18.2 hours).
Viewing Network Load Information
•
Go to Main Menu > INFO > NETWORK > Load.
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Figure 11-8
Viewing Network Load
On the Load page, you can view the network device name, MAC address, status
(Succeed or Failed), device IP address, network type, the maximum transmission unit
(MTU), send speed, and receive speed.
Viewing Network Test Information
1.
Go to Main Menu > INFO > NETWORK > Test.
Figure 11-9
2.
Testing the Network
On the Test page, under TEST, enter a valid IPv4 address or domain name in the
Destination IP box, and then click Test.
The test result displays the average delay and packet loss rate. It also indicates if the
network status is OK, Bad, or No Connection.
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To back up network packet data to an external USB storage device
1.
Insert a USB storage device (such as a USB flash drive) into one of the USB ports on the
NVR.
2.
On the Test page, under Network Sniffer Packet Backup, click Refresh. The connected
USB storage device should appear in the Device Name box.
3.
If you want, click Browse to set the saving path.
4.
In the network devices list, in the Sniffer Packet Backup column, click the green arrow
button to start capturing the data. Click the button again to stop capturing the data.
Viewing Log Information
To view log information
1.
Go to Main Menu > INFO > LOG.
Figure 11-10
Viewing Log Information
2.
In the Start Time and End Time boxes, enter the time period to search the log.
3.
In the Type box, select a specific log type to view (System, Config, Storage, Alarm,
Record, Account, Clear, Playback, Connection) or select All to view all logs, and then
click Search.
The search results are displayed in an ordered list. The NVR can save up to 1024 log files.
4.
To view more details about a log entry, click the Details button for that row.
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To back up log information to an external USB storage device
1.
Insert a USB storage device (such as a USB flash drive) into one of the USB ports on the
NVR. The Find USB device dialog box opens.
Figure 11-11 Find USB Device Window
2.
In the Find USB device dialog box, click Log Backup.
3.
On the Log page, click Backup. The log file (FileLog.txt) is located in a folder named
Log_[YYYYMMDDhhmmss] on your storage device.
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Troubleshooting
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The following section describes possible problems and solutions. Refer to these
troubleshooting steps before calling Technical Support. If you still require assistance, call
Honeywell Technical Support at 1-800-323-4576 (North America only) or send an e-mail to
https://www.honeywellsystems.com/ss/techsupp/index.html. International contact information is
listed on the back cover.
Problem: The NVR does not turn on.
•
Check that the input voltage is correct.
•
Check that the power cable is connected correctly to the NVR.
•
Check that the power switch is in the ON position.
•
Check that there is power at the outlet. Try connecting the NVR to another outlet or test the
outlet with another device.
•
Remove the housing and check that the hard drive cables are firmly connected.
Problem: The NVR automatically shuts down or stops running.
•
Check that the NVR is receiving power and that the input voltage is correct and stable.
•
Make sure that the working environment is within the specified temperature range and is
free of dust. See Appendix D, Specifications.
•
Remove the housing and check that the hard drive cables are firmly connected.
Problem: The NVR cannot detect the hard drive.
•
Remove the housing and check that the hard drive cables are firmly connected.
•
Inspect the hard drive and ribbon for damage. Replace if damaged.
•
Inspect the main board SATA port for damage. Replace if damaged.
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Problem: There is no picture on the monitor.
•
Check that the correct input (VGA) is selected on the monitor.
•
Turn off the monitor and NVR. Turn on the monitor, and then turn on the NVR.
•
Check that the video cable is connected correctly to the NVR.
•
Make sure that the camera’s brightness setting is configured correctly.
See Configuring Camera Image Settings on page 65.
•
Make sure that a privacy mask is not blocking the video.
See Configuring the Text Overlay on page 69.
Problem: Color of live video is distorted.
•
Make sure that the camera image settings are configured correctly.
See Configuring Camera Image Settings on page 65.
•
Make sure that the NVR is configured to use the correct video standard (NTSC or PAL).
See Configuring General System Settings on page 117.
Problem: Cannot search local records.
•
Check that recording is enabled. See Configuring the General Recording Settings on page
50.
Problem: There is no audio when viewing live video.
•
Check the audio input and output connections on the NVR.
•
Increase the volume on the headphones/speakers.
Problem: There is no audio when playing back video.
•
Make sure that the audio is enabled in the playback interface and the volume is turned up.
Problem: The time display is incorrect.
•
Make sure that the date and time settings are configured correctly.
See Configuring Date and Time Settings on page 119.
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Replace the battery on the main board.
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Problem: The NVR cannot control PTZ functions.
•
Check that the PTZ camera is connected correctly to the network.
•
Make sure that the NVR is configured correctly for PTZ operation. The protocol and
address settings of the NVR must match the protocol and address settings of the PTZ
camera. See Adding a Camera on page 63 for the camera settings. See Configuring
TCP/IP and Port Settings on page 73 for NVR settings.
Problem: Motion detection does not work.
•
Increase the motion detection sensitivity. It may be set too low.
To set the motion detection sensitivity, see Configuring Motion Detection Settings on page
89.
•
Make sure that the motion detection schedule is configured correctly.
To setup up the Motion detection schedule, see To set up motion detection periods on
page 91.
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Make sure that the motion detection zone setup is configured correctly.
To set up motion detection zone, see Configuring Motion Detection Settings on page 89.
Problem: The network connection is unstable.
•
Check that there is no IP address or MAC address conflict.
Problem: There is a USB backup error.
•
Check that the USB storage device has sufficient space available.
Problem: Alarm signal cannot be disarmed.
•
Make sure that the alarm settings are correctly configured.
•
Check the alarm cable connections.
•
Make sure that the NVR is running the latest firmware.
Problem: Alarm function is null.
•
Make sure that the alarm settings are correctly configured.
•
Check the alarm cable connections.
•
Check that you have not connected two loops to one alarm device.
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Problem: Cannot play a downloaded file.
•
Use the player included on the software CD.
•
Make sure that you have DirectX8.1 or greater installed on your computer.
•
If you are using Windows XP, download the plug-ins DivX503Bundle.exe and
ffdshow-20041012.exe.
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Connecting Alarm Input/Outputs
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This appendix contains the following sections:
•
Before Connecting Alarm Inputs and Outputs, page 155
•
Alarm Input and Output Rear Panel Connections, page 155
•
Guidelines for Connecting Local Alarm Input Ports, page 156
•
Guidelines for Connecting Alarm Output Ports, page 156
Before Connecting Alarm Inputs and Outputs
•
Ensure that the alarm input mode is set to ground.
•
Ensure that the signal is grounded.
•
Know that the alarm inputs require low-level voltage signals.
•
Ensure that the alarm input mode is set to either NC (normally closed) or NO (normally
open).
•
Use a relay if you are connecting two NVRs, or a NVR plus another device, to separate them.
•
Do NOT directly connect the alarm output port to a high-power load. The load should be
less than 1 A to avoid damage.
•
Use the contactor to make the connection between the alarm output port and the load.
Alarm Input and Output Rear Panel Connections
The connections for the alarm input and output channels are described below:
Input/Output
Description
1 to 4
Alarms inputs 1 to 4. The inputs becomes active with low voltage.
NO1 C1, NO2 C2
Normally open activation outputs (on/off)
Ground
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Guidelines for Connecting Local Alarm Input Ports
•
Ground alarm inputs. Choose from normally open (NO) or normally closed (NC).
•
Connect the COM end and GND end of the alarm detector in parallel. Supply external
power to the alarm detector.
•
Connect the ground of the NVR and the ground of the alarm detector in parallel.
•
Connect the NO/NC port of the alarm sensor to the NVR alarm input.
•
Use the same ground as the NVR if you are supplying external power to the alarm device.
Guidelines for Connecting Alarm Output Ports
•
Provide external power to external alarm device.
•
To prevent overloading, carefully review the following relay specifications:
Material
Rating (Resistance
Load)
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Rated switch capacity
30 V DC 1A; 125 V AC 0.5A
Maximum switch power
62.5 V AC, 30 W
Maximum switch voltage
125 V AC; 60 V DC
B
Installing Hard Drives
B
The appendix contains the following sections:
•
Installing Hard Drives, page 158
•
List of Compatible SATA HDDs, page 165
•
List of Compatible Portable HDDs, page 168
Note
Field retrofitting of the HDD storage with an incompatible HDD could invalidate
the NVR warranty.
Hard Disk Drive Recommendations
•
See List of Compatible SATA HDDs on page 165 for a list of recommended Hard Disk Drive
(HDD) brands and models.
•
Please use a HDD of 7200 rpm or higher.
•
Do not use a PC HDD.
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Installing Hard Drives
Note
Field retrofitting of the HDD storage with an incompatible HDD could invalidate
the NVR warranty.
On some recorder models, you can install an additional hard disk drive (HDD). For a list of
compatible HDDs, see the List of Compatible SATA HDDs on page 165. A 7200 rpm or higher
HDD is recommended.
CAUTION
Risk of electric shock. Disconnect the power before
removing the cover.
Note
The procedure for installing a hard drive is different depending on what NVR unit
you have. Check the model number of your NVR and make sure that you refer to
the section that applies to your NVR unit:
• Installing a HDD on HEN081*4/HEN161*4/HEN321*4 on page 158.
• Installing a HDD on HEN162*4/HEN322*4/HEN642*4 on page 160.
• Installing a HDD on HEN163*4/HEN323*4/HEN643*4 on page 162.
Installing a HDD on HEN081*4/HEN161*4/HEN321*4
1.
Loosen the screws on the upper cover and side panel of the NVR, remove the cover, and
set it aside.
Figure B-1
2.
Removing the NVR Cover
Loosen four screws on the HDD.
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Figure B-2
3.
Align the HDD with the four holes in the bottom of the NVR housing.
Figure B-3
4.
Placing the HDD
Turn the NVR upside down, and then turn the screws to firmly attach the HDD to the NVR
housing.
Figure B-4
5.
Loosening the Four Screws in the HDD Housing
Securing the HDD to the NVR Housing
Connect the HDD cable and power cable.
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Figure B-5
6.
Replace the NVR cover.
Figure B-6
7.
Connecting the HDD and the Power Cable
Replacing the NVR Cover
Secure the NVR cover in place by turning the screws in the rear and side panels.
Figure B-7
Securing the NVR Cover
Installing a HDD on HEN162*4/HEN322*4/HEN642*4
1.
Loosen the screws on the rear panel of the NVR, remove the front cover, and set it aside.
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Figure B-8
2.
Loosen four screws on the HDD.
Figure B-9
3.
Removing the NVR Cover
Loosening the Four Screws in the HDD Housing
Put the HDD on the HDD bracket in the chassis and then align the HDD with the four holes
in the bracket.
Figure B-10 Placing the HDD
4.
Fasten the screws to firmly attach the HDD to the NVR housing.
5.
Connect the HDD data cable to the main board and the HDD port respectively.
6.
Loosen the power cable from the chassis and connect another end of the power cable to
the HDD port.
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Figure B-11 Connecting the HDD and the Power Cable
7.
Replace the NVR cover.
Figure B-12 Replacing the NVR Cover
8.
Secure the NVR cover in place by fixing the screws in the rear panel.
Installing a HDD on HEN163*4/HEN323*4/HEN643*4
1.
Loosen the screws on the rear panel of the NVR, remove the front cover, and set it aside.
Figure B-13 Removing the NVR Cover
2.
Loosen four screws on the HDD.
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Figure B-14 Loosening the Four Screws in the HDD Housing
3.
Put the HDD on the HDD bracket in the chassis and then align the HDD with the four holes
in the bracket.
Figure B-15 Placing the HDD
4.
Fasten the screws to firmly attach the HDD to the NVR housing.
5.
Connect the HDD data cable to the main board and the HDD port respectively.
6.
Loosen the power cable from the chassis and connect another end of the power cable to
the HDD port.
Figure B-16 Connecting the HDD and the Power Cable
7.
Replace the NVR cover.
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Figure B-17 Replacing the NVR Cover
8.
Secure the NVR cover in place by fixing the screws in the rear panel.
Installing an Additional HDD
Note
The procedure for installing an additional hard drive is similar to the installing
hard drive sections above, but different depending on what NVR unit you have.
Check the model number of your NVR and make sure that you refer to the steps
in the section that applies to your NVR unit when installing an additional HDD:
• Installing a HDD on HEN081*4/HEN161*4/HEN321*4 on page 158.
• Installing a HDD on HEN162*4/HEN322*4/HEN642*4 on page 160.
• Installing a HDD on HEN163*4/HEN323*4/HEN643*4 on page 162.
1.
If the NVR is connected to a power source, disconnect it before continuing.
2.
Remove the top cover from the NVR housing as described in the Installing HDD section for
your unit. Refer to the corresponding section:
•
HEN081*4/HEN161*4/HEN321*4 on page 158,
•
HEN162*4/HEN322*4/HEN642*4 on page 160,
•
HEN163*4/HEN323*4/HEN643*4 on page 162.
3.
Connect the SATA and power cables to the new HDD.
4.
Position the new HDD over the four open screw holes in the base of the housing or HDD
bracket (depending on your NVR model), adjacent to the existing HDD.
5.
Secure the new HDD to the housing using the four supplied HDD mounting screws.
6.
Replace the NVR top cover on the NVR housing and secure it with the screws removed in
step 2.
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List of Compatible SATA HDDs
Note
Upgrade the NVR firmware to the latest version to ensure the accuracy of the
table below.
Manufacturer
Series
Model
Capacity
Seagate
Seagate SV35.3
ST31000340SV
1 TB
Seagate
Seagate SV35.5
ST31000525SV
1 TB
Seagate
Seagate SV35.5
ST31000526SV
1 TB
Seagate
Seagate SV35.5
ST1000VX003
1 TB
Seagate
Seagate SV35.5
ST2000VX003
2 TB
Seagate
Seagate SV35.5
ST2000VX002
2 TB
Seagate
Seagate SV35.5
ST2000VX000
2 TB
Seagate
Seagate SV35.5
ST3000VX000
3 TB
Seagate
Seagate Pipeline HD2
ST31000424CS
1 TB
Seagate
Seagate Pipeline HD2
ST31000322CS
1 TB
Seagate
Seagate Pipeline HD2
ST1000VM002
1 TB
Seagate
Seagate Pipeline HD2
ST1500VM002
1 TB
Seagate
Seagate Pipeline HD2
ST2000VM002
2 TB
Seagate
Seagate Pipeline HD2
ST2000VM003
2 TB
Seagate
Seagate Constellation ES
ST31000524NS
1 TB
Seagate
Seagate Constellation ES
ST32000644NS
2 TB
Seagate
Seagate Constellation ES
ST2000NM0011
2 TB
Seagate
Seagate Constellation ES
ST1000MN0011
1 TB
Seagate
Seagate Constellation ES
ST2000NM0031
2 TB
Seagate
Seagate Constellation ES
ST1000NM0031
1 TB
Seagate
Seagate Constellation ES
ST2000NM0051
2 TB
Seagate
Seagate Constellation ES
ST1000NM0051
1 TB
Seagate
Seagate Constellation ES2
ST33000650NS
3 TB
Seagate
Seagate Constellation ES2
ST32000645NS
2 TB
Seagate
Seagate Constellation ES2
ST33000651NS
3 TB
Seagate
Seagate Constellation ES2
ST32000646NS
2 TB
Seagate
Seagate Constellation ES2
ST33000652NS
3 TB
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Manufacturer
Series
Model
Capacity
Seagate
Seagate Constellation ES2
ST32000647NS
2 TB
Seagate
Surveillance HDD
ST1000VX001
1 TB
Seagate
Surveillance HDD
ST2000VX003
2 TB
Seagate
Surveillance HDD
ST3000VX006
3 TB
Seagate
Surveillance HDD
ST4000VX000
4 TB
Seagate
Surveillance HDD
ST5000VX001
5 TB
Seagate
Surveillance HDD
ST6000VX0001
6 TB
Seagate
Surveillance HDD
ST8000VX0002
4 TB
Seagate
Surveillance HDD
ST1000VX003
1 TB
Seagate
Surveillance HDD
ST2000VX005
2 TB
Seagate
Surveillance HDD
ST3000VX005
3 TB
Seagate
Surveillance HDD
ST4000VX002
4 TB
Seagate
Surveillance HDD
ST5000VX0011
5 TB
Seagate
Surveillance HDD
ST6000VX0011
6 TB
Seagate
SV35
ST1000VX000
1 TB
Seagate
SV35
ST2000VX000
2 TB
Seagate
SV35
ST3000VX000
3 TB
Seagate
SV35
ST1000VX002
1 TB
Seagate
SV35
ST2000VX004
2 TB
Seagate
SV35
ST3000VX004
3 TB
Seagate
video 3.5
ST1000VM002
1 TB
Seagate
video 3.5
ST2000VM003
2 TB
Seagate
video 3.5
ST3000VM002
3 TB
Seagate
video 3.5
ST4000VM000
4 TB
Toshiba
Mars
DT01ABA100V
1 TB
Toshiba
Mars
DT01ABA200V
2 TB
Toshiba
Mars
DT01ABA300V
3 TB
Toshiba
Sonance
MD03ACA200V
2 TB
Toshiba
Sonance
MD03ACA300V
3 TB
Toshiba
Sonance
MD03ACA400V
4 TB
Toshiba
Sonance
MD04ABA400V
4 TB
Toshiba
Sonance
MD04ABA500V
5 TB
Western Digital
WDAV-GP–EVCS
WD10EVCS-63ZLB0
1 TB
Western Digital
WDAV-GP–EVCS
WD20EVCS-63ZLB0
2 TB
Western Digital
WDAV-GP–EVVS
WD10EVVS-63E1B1
1 TB
Western Digital
WDAV-GP–EVDS
WD10EVDS-63N5B1
1 TB
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Manufacturer
Series
Model
Capacity
Western Digital
WDAV-GP–EVDS
WD15EVDS-63V9B0
1.5 TB
Western Digital
WDAV-GP–EVDS
WD20EVDS-63T3B0
2 TB
Western Digital
WD AV-GP
WD30EURS
3 TB
Western Digital
WD AV-GP
WD25EURS
2.5 TB
Western Digital
WD AV-GP
WD20EURS
2 TB
Western Digital
WD AV-GP
WD15EURS
1.5 TB
Western Digital
WD AV-GP
WD10EURS
1 TB
Western Digital
WD AV-GP
WD10EURX
1 TB
Western Digital
WD AV-GP
WD10EUCX
1 TB
Western Digital
WC Caviar Green
WD10EURX (EOL)
1 TB
Western Digital
WC Caviar Green
WD20EURX (EOL)
2 TB
Western Digital
WC Caviar Green
WD30EURX (EOL)
3 TB
Western Digital
WC Caviar Green
WD40EURX (EOL)
4 TB
Western Digital
WC Caviar Purple
WD10PURX
1 TB
Western Digital
WC Caviar Purple
WD20PURX
2 TB
Western Digital
WC Caviar Purple
WD30PURX
3 TB
Western Digital
WC Caviar Purple
WD40PURX
4 TB
Western Digital
WC Caviar Purple
WD50PURX
5 TB
Western Digital
WC Caviar Purple
WD4NPURX
6 TB
Western Digital
WC Caviar Purple
WD6nPURX
4 TB
Western Digital
WC Caviar Purple
WD60OURX
6 TB
Samsung
Samsung–HA
HA101UJ/CE
1 TB
Samsung
Samsung–HD
HD103SI/CEC
1 TB
Samsung
Samsung–HD
HD154UI/CE
1.5 TB
Hitachi
HitachiCinemaStar™
7K1000.B
HCT721010SLA360
1 TB
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Model
Capacity
YDStar
YDStar HDD box
40 GB
Netac
Netac
80 GB
Iomega
Iomega RPHD-CG" RNAJ50U287
250 GB
WD Elements
WCAVY1205901
1.5 TB
Newsmy
Liangjian
320 GB
WD Elements
WDBAAR5000ABK-00
500 GB
WD Elements
WDBAAU0015HBK-00
1.5 TB
Seagate
FreeAgent Go (ST905003F)
500 GB
Aigo
H8169
500 GB
C
MAXPRO ® Cloud
C
This appendix contains the following section:
•
Configuring for MAXPRO Cloud Mode on page 169
Configuring for MAXPRO Cloud Mode
These cloud-ready devices can be standalone devices or can easily be connected to
Honeywell's MAXPRO Cloud platform to create a fully integrated managed cloud solution. When
used in MAXPRO Cloud mode, this device becomes a MAXPRO Cloud appliance that creates a
secure connection to the cloud, and has the ability to stream high quality video while managing
bandwidth. Critical events can be captured locally at higher resolution and frame rates, and then
also stored in the cloud for safe and secure backup.
The MAXPRO Cloud solution provides the following additional added value for customers and
dealers:
•
Access on the go. View live or recorded video anytime anywhere on your PC, MAC,
laptop, or mobile device.
•
Ease of remote management, configuration and changes, f/w updates, and increase
managed services from a single login.
•
Real-time informative notifications with clip links and alerts for health, status, and critical
events.
•
Verification of site alarms, and reduction of false alarm costs and call outs.
•
Adding cloud storage on the go.
Note
A MAXPRO Cloud service subscription is required. Please contact Honeywell
Customer Service for details. See the back cover for contact information.
To switch to MAXPRO Cloud mode:
1.
Go to Main Menu > OPERATION, then click MAXPRO CLOUD.
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Figure C-1
Selecting MAXPRO CLOUD
A confirmation message appears.
Figure C-2
2.
MAXPRO Cloud Configuration Confirmation Message
Click OK to confirm that you want to switch to MAXPRO Cloud mode.
The NVR restarts and opens in MAXPRO Cloud mode.
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D
Specifications
Table D-1
D
Specifications
System
Main Processor
Quad-core embedded processor
Operating System
Embedded LINUX
Video
IP Camera Inputs
8-channel NVRs: 8
16-channel NVRs: 16
32-channel NVRs: 32
64-channel NVRs: 64
Two-way Talking
1 channel input; 1 channel output; RCA
Display
Interface
2 HDMI (1 HDMI up to 3840x2160), 1 VGA
HEN081*4/HEN161*4/HEN321*4: 1 HDMI, 1 VGA
Resolution
3840 x 2160; 1920 x 1080; 1280 x 1024; 1280 x 720; 1024 x 768
Display Split
8-channel NVRs: 1/4/8/9
16-channel NVRs: 1/4/8/9/16
32-channel NVRs: 1/4/8/9/16/25/36
64-channel NVRs: 1/4/8/9/16/25/36
OSD
Camera title; Time; Video loss; Camera lock; Motion detection;
Recording
Recording
Compression
H.265 / H.264 / MJPEG / MPEG4
Resolution
12MP/8MP/6MP/5MP/4MP/3MP/1080p/720p/D1/CIF
Recording Rate
320 Mbps per channel
Bit Rate
16 kbps to 20 Mbps, per channel
Recording Mode
Manual; Schedule (Regular[Continuous]; MD; Alarm); Stop
Recording Interval
1 to 120 minutes (default: 60 minutes); Pre-recording: 1 to 30
seconds; Post-recording: 10 to 300 seconds
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Specifications
Video Detection and Alarms
Trigger Events
Recording; PTZ; Tour; Alarm; Video Push; Email; FTP; Snapshot;
Buzzer; Screen Tips
Video Detection
Motion Detection; Motion Detection Zones (396: 22 x 18); Video Loss
and Camera Blank
Alarm Input
16 channels
HEN081*4/HEN161*4/HEN321*4: 4 channels
Relay Output
6 channels
HEN081*4/HEN161*4/HEN321*4: 2 channels
Playback and Backup
Sync Playback
HEN081*4/HEN162*4/HEN163*4: 1/4/8
HEN161*4 and 32/64-channel NVRs: 1/4/9/16
Search Mode
Time/Date; Alarm; Motion Detection; Exact Search (accurate to a
second); Smart Search
Playback Function
Play; Pause; Stop; Rewind; Fast play; Slow Play; Next File; Previous
File; Next Camera; Previous Camera; Full Screen; Repeat; Shuffle;
Backup Selection; Digital Zoom
Backup Mode
Compatibility
USB Device; Network; Internal SATA Burner; eSATA Device
Network
Ethernet
1 RJ-45 port (10/100/1000Mbps)
PoE
HEN081*4/HEN161*4/HEN321*4: 8 ports (IEEE802.3at/af)
Other NVRs: 16 ports (IEEE802.3at/af)
Network Function
HTTP, TCP/IP, IPv4/IPv6, UPnP, RTSP, UDP, SMTP, NTP, DHCP,
DNS, IP Filter, PPPoE, DDNS, FTP, Alarm Server, IP Search; P2P
Maximum number of
users
128 users
Smart Phone
compatibility
iPhone; iPad; Android
Storage
Internal Storage
HEN081*4/HEN161*4/HEN321*4: 2 SATA ports (up to 12 TB)
HEN162*4/HEN322*4/HEN642*4: 4 SATA ports (up to 24 TB)
HEN163*4/HEN323*4/HEN643*4: 8 SATA ports (up to 48 TB)
External HDD
HEN162*4/HEN322*4/HEN642*4: 1 eSATA port
HEN163*4/HEN323*4/HEN643*4: 1 eSATA port
HDD Mode
HEN163*4/HEN323*4/HEN643*4: RAID 0/1/5/6/10
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Specifications
Auxiliary Interface
USB
HEN081*4/HEN161*4/HEN321*4: 2 ports (1 rear USB 3.0, 1 front
USB 2.0)
HEN162*4/HEN322*4/HEN642*4: 3 ports (2 rear USB 3.0, 1 front
USB 2.0)
HEN163*4/HEN323*4/HEN643*4: 4 ports (2 rear USB 3.0, 2 front
USB 2.0)
RS232
1 port, for PC communication and keyboard
Electrical
Power Supply
100~240 V AC; 50/60 Hz
Power Consumption
HEN081*4/HEN161*4/HEN321*4: 15.2 W without HDD
HEN162*4/HEN322*4/HEN642*4: 17.5 W without HDD
HEN163*4/HEN323*4/HEN643*4: 17.5 W without HDD
PoE
HEN081*4/HEN161*4/HEN321*4: 8 ports (IEEE802.3at/af) total
load not to exceed 130 W, maximum load on any single port 25.5 W
HEN162*4/HEN322*4/HEN642*4: 16 ports (IEEE802.3at/af) total
load not to exceed 150 W, maximum load on any single port 25.5 W
HEN163*4/HEN323*4/HEN643*4: 16 ports (IEEE802.3at/af) total
load not to exceed 150 W, maximum load on any single port 25.5 W
Environmental
Operating
Temperature
14° F to 131°F (-10°C to 55°C)
Humidity
10% to 90% relative humidity
Physical
Dimensions
HEN081*4/HEN161*4/HEN321*4: 14.8 x 12.9 x 2.1 inches (375 x
327 x 53 mm)
HEN162*4/HEN322*4/HEN642*4: 17.3 x 16.3 x 3.0 inches (440 x
413 x 75 mm)
HEN163*4/HEN323*4/HEN643*4: 17.3 x 17.9 x 3.7 inches (440 x
454 x 95 mm)
Weight (without HDD)
HEN081*4/HEN161*4/HEN321*4: 5.73 pounds (2.6 kg)
HEN162*4/HEN322*4/HEN642*4: 10.25 pounds (4.65 kg)
HEN163*4/HEN323*4/HEN643*4: 15.43 pounds (7.0 kg)
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Miami, FL 33178, USA
www.honeywell.com/security/clar
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Immeuble Lavoisier
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92160 Antony, France
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Milan, Italy
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Post Office Box 232362
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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C.T. Coslada
28821 Coslada, Madrid, Spain
www.honeywell.com/security/es
 +34 902 667 800
www.honeywell.com/security
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