VT-TR5HA Series
Transcendent Series 4, 8, or 16 Channel
5.0 MegaPixel 5-In-1 HD-TVI / AHD / CVI
/ CVBS / IP Digital Video Recorders
QUICK START GUIDE
FEATURES:
● 4, 8, or 16 Channel HD-TVI / AHD / CVI / CVBS BNC Inputs Supporting up to 5 MegaPixel + IP Camera Support
with ability to substitute up to 8 (VT-TR5HA820/VT-TR5HA1620) 4 (VT-TR5HA410) HDA inputs for IP cameras
● 1-Channel IP Camera Support up to 3 MegaPixel (VT-TR5HA410) / 4-Channel IP Camera Support up to 4
MegaPixel (VT-TR5HA820 / VT-TR5HA1620)
● Live View: TVI/AHD: 5MP @ 20fps; 4MP, 3MP, 1080P, 720P, WD1 @ 30fps / CVI: 1080P, 720P @ 30fps
● Recording: 5MP: 10fps / 4MP/3MP: 15fps / 4MP lite/1080P/720P/WD1: 30fps
● HDMI (2560×1440,1920×1080,1280×1024), VGA (1080p), and BNC Spot Video Output (VT-TR5HA410 /
VT-TR5HA820) / HDMI (4K - 3840×2160, 1920x1080, 1280×1024), VGA (1080p) / BNC Spot Video Output
(VT-TR5HA1620)
● Simple plug and play, point-to-point connection from camera to DVR
● H.264 Compression
● 2-Way Audio
● PTZ Control over RS-485 / Control over Coax (CoC)
● 4 Alarm inputs / 1 Alarm Output
● Pentaplex: Live Display / Record / Playback / Backup / Remote Access
● 1 Internal SATA2/SATA3 HDD Slot supporting up to 8TB (1 x 8TB HDD) (VT-TR5HA410) / 2 Internal
SATA2/SATA3 HDD Slot supporting up to 16TB (2 x 8TB HDD) (VT-TR5HA820 / VT-TR5HA1620)
● Applications for iOS & Android
● Remote Viewing over the Internet via Web Browser or LAN
● Mac OS® Client & CMS Central Management Software Included
● Supports both Dynamic and Static IP Addresses
● Control locally via USB Mouse or IR Remote control
PLEASE NOTE:
Complete manual can be found on
included USB flash drive and at:
www.vitekcctv.com
SETUP & CONFIGURATION:
1. Notes
● Please read this instruction carefully for correct use of the product and preserve it for reference purposes.
● This manual is suitable for 4/8/16 CH HD TVI Hybrid DVR. All the examples and pictures used here are for
reference only.
● There may be technically incorrect places or printing errors in this manual. The updates will be added into the
future versions of this manual. The contents of this manual are subject to change without notice.
● To prevent electric shocks and risk of fire hazards, do NOT use other than specified power source.
2. Check Package Contents
Please confirm that the device and all accessories are included in the package. If there is any damage, shortages
or defects, please contact your dealer immediately.
1) Transcendent Series DVR
2) IR Remote Control
3) Quick Start Guide
4) Power Supply
5) Rack Ears (8 & 16 Channel Models)
6) HDD Screws
7) SATA Cables
8) USB Mouse
3. Rear Panel Connections
VT-TR5HA410 Rear Panel Connections
VT-TR5HA820 Rear Panel Connections
VT-TR5HA1620 Rear Panel Connections
4. Startup & Shutdown
● Startup:
1 Connect a monitor and the power.
2 The device will boot up and the power indicator will display blue.
3 A wizard window will pop up.
● Shutdown:
Go to “Main Menu” and then select “Shutdown” icon. This will bring up a shutdown window. The device will shut down
by clicking “OK” button. Then disconnect the power.
5. Login
You must configure the wizard when you start the DVR for the
first time. You can skip the settings of wizard next time. The
default username is admin and the password is set by you
when you configure the wizard for the first time. Click “Start”
and select “Login”. This will take you to a login box. The
default username is admin; the default password is 123456.
Enter username and password and click “Login” button to go
to the main menu setup.
6. Analog Camera Connection
First connect the camera to the DVR. Then go to Start →
Settings → Camera → Manage Camera → Signal Access Set
to checkmark the video mode. The actual signals input shall
correspond to the video mode. Please refer to User Manual
for details.
Login
Username
admin
Password
Enter Password
Display Password
Edit Security Question
Log In Automatically
Login
Cancel
7. Network Configuration & Adding IP Cameras
After you finish adding IP cameras, you can see the live images through the monitor of the DVR. The following will
mainly introduce how to add the IP cameras via LAN/WAN.
►LAN
1 Set the network of the DVR. Go to Start → Settings → Network →TCP/IPv4. Input IP address, subnet mask,
gateway, etc. If using DHCP, please enable DHCP in both the DVR and the router.
2 Go to Start → Settings → Network → Port. Input HTTP port (the default value is 80), server port (the default port is
6036).
TCP/IPv4
3 Click “Apply” to save the settings.
Port
UPnP
E-mail
DDNS
NAT
Network Status
IP Address Settings
Et h ern et Po r t 1 ( O n lin e )
Obtain an IP address automatically
IP Address
192 . 168 .
Subnet Mask
0
Gateway
.
0
1 .
2
.
0 .
0
192 . 168 .
1 .
1
Obatin DNS server address automatically
Preferred DNS
192 . 168 .
Alternate DNS
0
.
0
.
1 .
1
0 .
0
4 Go to Start → Settings → Camera → Add Camera. The DVR will automatically refresh the cameras searched. The
IPC which supports the Onvif protocol may be added manually. If the IPC searched is not in the same local
network as the DVR, you should select the device and click to modify the IP address.
Edit IP
Ad d Cam er a
Quickly A d d
M anually A d d
No.
IP Address
Port
1
192.168.2.45
80
Subnet Mask
Edit
255.255.255.0
Protocol
Model
Version
XXX
XXX
4.0.0.1.beta1
Selected: 1/1
Mac Address
CE :98 :23 :75 :35 :22
IP Address
192 .168 . 1 . 45
Subnet Mask
255 . 255 . 255 . 0
Gateway
192 .168 . 1 . 1
Username
admin
Password
Rem ain Ban d w id t h : 10 / 10 M b
Default Password
Add
Cancel
OK
Cancel
5 Checkmark the device you want to add and then click “Add” button. The DVR will automatically refresh the cameras
and return to “Edit Camera” interface. “Online” status means connecting the device successfully and you will see
the live image. You may select the added device and click to modify channel, IP address, ect.
Edit Camera
Edit Camera
Signal Access Set
Edit Camera Group
Search Camera
No.
Camera Name
1
IP Camera 1
2
[A01]Camera1
3
[A02]Camera2
4
[A03]Camera3
5
[A04]Camera4
IP Address
192.168.1.45
Port
Status
Protocol
Model
80
Online
XXX
XXX
Preview
Edit
Delete
Camera Name
IP Camera 1
IP Address
192 .168 . 1 . 58
Port
80
Protocol
XXX
Model
XXX
Username
admin
Password
Display Password
Test
OK
Cancel
►WAN
1 Set the network of the DVR. Go to Start → Settings → Network → TCP/IPv4. Input static IP address or enable
PPPoE and then input the user name and password received from your ISP.
2 Go to Start → Settings → Camera. Click “Add Camera” or behind the column of the search camera and select
“Manually Add” to add IP cameras. Input IP address, server port, username and password of the IP camera. The
IP camera must be connected over WAN. And here the IP address of the IP camera must be a WAN IP address.
8. UPnP
You can use the UPnP function to enable a fast connection of the device to
WAN via a router without port mapping.
1 Go to Start → Settings → Network → UPnP, and enable UPnP and then
click “Apply” button to save.
2 Enable the UPnP function in the router.
3 Click “Refresh” button to refresh the UPnP status. If the UPnP status were
still “Invalid UPnP” after refreshing it for several times, the port would be
wrong. Please change the mapping type to “Manual” and then click to
modify the port until the UPnP status turns to “valid UPnP”.
TCP/ IPv4
Port
DDNS
E-mail
UPnP
NAT
Network Status
UPnP
Enable
Map Type
Port Type
Auto
External Port
External Address
80
183.17.254.19
Server Port
6036
183.17.254.19
RTSP Port
554
HTTP Port
Port
UPnP Status
80
Valid UPnP
6036
Valid UPnP
554
Invalid UPnP
Refresh
Edit
Apply
9. NAT
► NAT Settings
1 Make sure the DVR is powered and connected to a network.
2 Go to Start → Settings → Network → TCP/IPv4. You can obtain the
IP address, subnet mask and gateway automatically. You can also
manually enter them according to the actual network situation.
Please make sure the network segment is the same as that of the
network which is used.
TCP/ IPv4
Port
DDNS
E-mail
UPnP
NAT
Network Status
NAT
Enable
NAT Server
nat.autonat.com
Apply
3 Set the preferred or alternative DNS Server. Click “Apply” to save
the parameters.
4 Go to Start → Settings → Network → NAT tab. Enable NAT and
select the NAT Server (The default NAT Server is nat.autonat.com). Click “Apply” to save the parameters.
► NAT Access
After finishing the NAT settings, you can input www.autonat.com in
the IE address bar and then press enter to go to the following interface. If this is the first time accessing the NAT, you need to download
and install the ActiveX according to the popup tips. After installing
ActiveX successfully, it will display the login box.
Device Serial Number: Click on the menu bar at the bottom of the
live interface to check the serial number or go to Start → Settings →
Network → Network Status to check the serial number of the DVR).
Username: The username of the DVR. (Default: admin)
Password: The password of the DVR. (Default: 123456)
Enter device serial number
Enter Username
Enter Password
Login
10. Manual Recording
Before recording, please install and format a HDD. In the live interface you can see the menu toolbar. Click
recording. Click it again to stop recording. You can also click
to check the status of the recording.
to start
11. Playback
►Instant playback
Click “Instant Playback” in the right-click menu of the camera’s
preview window to select.
►General playback
Click on the tool bar at the bottom of the live preview interface or click Start → Playback to go to the playback interface
as shown below. You can also add the playback cameras
manually. Click in the playback window to pop up the “Add
Camera” window. Check the cameras in the window and then
click “Add” to add playback camera. The record files of the
added playback camera will be played in the playback interface.
28492 CONSTELLATION ROAD VALENCIA, CA 91355
WWW.VITEKCCTV.COM
Version 1.0
January 2018
Download PDF
Similar pages