NVR1400 / NVR2400 - LILIN Technical Support

NVR1400 / NVR2400
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Introduction
LILIN’s latest NVR 1400/2400 is a 16-Channel standalone network video recorder
solution for managing IP cameras and systems. The embedded HDMI (VGA) engine
supports adaptive motion refinement technology, which provides a maximum
resolution of 1080p. The NVR can be easily installed in all environments through the
TCP/IP network, and the support of IPScan utility and Web Services Dynamic
Discovery (WS-Discovery) protocol allows for locating all the cameras on the network
and can generate a preview thumbnail of each channel.
NVR 1400/2400 supports RAID, which can effectively improve recording efficiency and
safety of recorded data. RAID safeguards your data, preventing them from missing
because of hard drive failure. With network redundancy, you can rest assured that the
recorded data will remain intact. NVR 1400/2400 can be connected to 16 IP cameras,
providing up to 48Mbps network bandwidth and 3M-resolution recording. Moreover,
the timeline and event search functions allow you to find the record history you are
looking for.
The built-in hard drives for NVR 1400/2400 support up to 24TB (48TB for NVR 2400),
and you can connect one eSATA device (two for NVR 2400) to maximize the recording
time. The NVR can be controlled with multiple methods; remote control, touchscreen
monitor, or USB mouse. When connected to a touchscreen monitor, gestures such as
“pinch-to-zoom” can be used to navigate the system.
Files recorded by the NVR can be exported to DVD and USB flash drive, or the files
can be downloaded online via Backup Manager or Remote Player. Mobile support for
iPhone, iPad, and Android allows for remote viewing of connected cameras at high
frame rates. Browser-based live monitoring and video playback features are also
supported.
Features
16-channel IP camera input
Supports dual Ethernet card for network redundancy
Supports up to 3MP, 1080p, and 60 FPS IP cameras
Supports up to 48 Mbps network throughput; full HD 1920*1080p HDMI and VGA
output
Compatible with iOS and Android devices
Compatible with single 6TB drive
Supports RAID 0/1/5
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Supports one eSATA storage device (two for NVR 2400), capacity up to 16TB
(32TB for NVR 2400)
Supports IPScan utility and LILIN Navigator
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Caution
Do not drop or strike the equipment
Do not install the equipment near naked flames or heat sources
Do not expose this unit to rain, moisture, smoke or dusty environments
Do not cover the opening of the cabinet with cloth or plastic or install this unit in a
ventilated place. Allow 10cm between this unit and its surroundings
Do not continue to operate the unit under abnormal conditions such as detection of
smoke, strange smell or no display on screen whilst power is turned on
Do not touch the power connection with wet hands
Do not damage the power cord or leave it under pressure
To avoid unnecessary magnetic interference, do not operate this unit near
magnets, speaker system, etc.
All connection cables must be grounded properly
CAUTION
RISK OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS REPLACED BY AN INCORRECT TYPE.
DISPOSE OF USED
BATTERIES ACCORDING TO THE INSTRUCTIONS
Product
Overview
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Front View
NVR 1400
1. Power LED (Yellow)
4. Alarm LED (Red, blinking)
NVR power on/off indicator
Indicator of triggered alarms
2. LAN LED (Green)
5. USB 2.0 port
LAN activity indicator
USB flash drive/DVD recorder
3. HDD LED (Green, blinking)
6. HDD failure indicator
HDD activity indicator
NVR 2400
1. Power LED (Yellow)
4. Alarm LED (Red, blinking)
NVR power on/off indicator
Indicator of triggered alarms
2. LAN LED (Green)
5. USB 2.0 port
LAN activity indicator
USB flash drive/DVD recorder
3. HDD LED (Green, blinking)
6. HDD failure indicator
HDD activity indicator
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Rear View
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8. Secondary power plug
2. VGA connector
9. Keyboard in
3. Audio connector
10. DI/DO terminal
4. HDMI connector
11. eSATA (external HDD)
5. RJ-45 connector (100 Mbps)
12. Power cord hanger
6. USB port
13. Power switch
7. Primary power plug
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1. RJ-45 connector (1000 Mbps)
8. Secondary power plug
2. VGA connector
9. Keyboard in
3. Audio connector
10. DI/DO terminal
4. HDMI connector
11. Power switch
5. RJ-45 connector (100 Mbps)
12. eSATA1 (external HDD)
6. USB port
13. eSATA2 (external HDD)
7. Primary power plug
Note: When using two power inputs, a one-minute pause is recommended after two
consecutive power switching because of the physical properties of the transformer.
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NVR14 Installation Instruction
Hard Drive Installation
Remove the upper casing and loosen the screws on the both sides of the hard drive
bracket to remove it. Install hard drives and tighten the hard drive screws as instructed
by the image below.
Screws loosened
Screws tightened
Secure the bracket and the hard drives, and the hard drive cables are, from right to left,
H1, H2, H3, and H4, respectively (as shown in the image below).
Wiring
Properly connect the SATA cables and power cables to the connectors following the
instruction:
H1 , H2 , H1&H2 power cables J74; H3 , H4 , H3&H4 power
cables J76
Finally, complete the hard drive installation by closing the upper casing and tightening
the screws.
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NVR2400 Installation Instruction
Hard Drive Installation
Remove the upper casing and loosen the screws on the both sides of the hard drive
bracket to remove it. Install hard drives and tighten the hard drive screws as instructed
by the image below.
Screws loosened
Screws tightened
Use the included screws to secure the hard drive bracket attached with shock
absorbers. The hard drive cables are, from right to left, H5, H6, H7, and H8,
respectively (as shown in the image below).
Wiring
Properly connect the SATA cables and power cables to the connectors following the
instruction:
H5 H5, H6 H6, H5&H6 power cables CN4; H7 H7H8 H8, H7&H8 power
cables CN5
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Secure the other hard drive bracket, and the hard drive cables are, from right to left,
H1, H2, H3, and H4, respectively (as shown in the image below).
Properly connect the SATA cables and power cables to the connectors following the
instruction:
H1 H1, H2 H2, H1&H2 power cables CN2; H3 H3, H4 H4, H3&H4 power
cables CN3
Use cable clips to organize the wires (as shown in the image below).
Finally, complete the hard drive installation by tightening the screws.
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Remote control
Keys and functions of the remote control are described as followed
Key
Function
Power switch
REC
Start/stop recording
MENU
Setup menu
ESC
Escape/exit/stop
PIP (SHIFT)
Switch between split and full screen
ZOOM
Digital video zoom
FREEZE
Freeze video
Pause
Playback
Stop
Fast forward
Rewind
Next channel
Previous channel
4 split screens
8 split screens
9 split screens
13 split screens
16 split screens
AUDIO
Audio on/off
BACKUP
Video backup
DVR/NVR
Addressable NVR control
LANGUAGE
Language selection
BACKSPACE
Delete character
Auto Pan
Perform auto pan feature
Move up/tilt up
Zoom in
Zoom in
Move down/tilt down
Zoom out
Zoom out
Move left/pan left
Preset
Call preset
Move right/pan right
0 to 9
Numerical keys
Enter/set
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Touchscreen
Pinch to Zoom
Swipe to Navigate
Pinch to zoom
Put your thumb and index finger together and put them on your touchscreen. Glide
them apart to zoom in, and glide them toward each other to zoom out.
Swipe to Navigate
Swipe the screen left and right to navigate through the menus.
Single Tap
Tap icons to select.
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First Time Using LILIN NVR
If you use LILIN NVR through VGA or HDMI connection, you will see the following
screen once you start the NVR:
The information shown on the top of the screen is described as followed:
Schedule/Manual
Shows whether the current recording mode is Schedule or Manual. You can change
this setting later.
0.00 / 1000 (100) Mbps:
To the left of the slash is the combined transmission rate of all channels, and to the
right your network speed.
HDD 1 (2)
Shows the current number of hard drive being used for recording and the storage
capacity used.
Move your cursor slightly to display the NVR controls (as shown in the image below):
At the bottom of the screen is the number of split-screens (as shown in the image
below).
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From the left to the right the number of split-screens increases. The default number is
16 split-screens when you turn on the NVR, and you are allowed to change the settings
later. At the upper-left corner of the screen is the NVR controls, which are, from left to
right, NVR Settings
Click
, Pause
, Alarm Event
, Playback/Backup
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to enter the following screen:
Click the gear icon at the upper-right of the screen to change the NVR display
language.
Click
to pause the real-time video, and the icon will be highlighted
. Click
to enter the following screen:
Motion / Sensor Event
If the motion detection function is enabled for your camera, any motion alarms triggered
will be recorded in motion event history, and the sensor alarms triggered in the sensor
event history (as shown in the images below).
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Press the drop-down menu at the top to sort the alarm events by date or channel (as
shown in the image below).
Double-click an event of your choosing, or choose an event before clicking Playback at
the upper-right corner of the screen to playback or backup the selected video clip. Click
any event before choosing USB or E-mail to export the video to a storage device or
send notification email to a pre-determined email address.
Manual Event
When the recording mode is switched from Schedule to Manual, the action will leave a
record here (as shown in the image below).
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to enter the following screen:
Playback
You can find video clips by year, month, day, hour, and minute. From the upper timeline
drag and select the time period you want to play recorded video or alarm video to enter
the following screen:
Details of the controls at the bottom of the screen are described as followed:
: Indicates Step Backward, Rewind, Play, Fast Forward,
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Step Forward, and Pause. Click Rewind and Fast Forward multiple times to adjust
the speed of respective actions (up to 64x).
: Click to return to the Playback / Backup screen.
: Click to return to live video.
: Click to export the recorded video to a USB device.
: Click to turn on/off sound.
: Choose the number of split-screens according to
your need.
Backup
If you need to backup recorded files, drag from the timeline at the bottom of the screen
to select the backup range. Press Channels to enter the below screen, where you can
choose the channel(s) to backup and file format:
Choose Estimate to enter the below screen:
Choose Backup to enter the below screen:
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You may determine to backup the video to DVD, USB storage device, or the temporary
space of the NVR.
NVR System Settings
After you are familiar with the preliminary control of the LILIN NVR, we would like to
introduce you to the system settings. First, click System
in the left pane,
where you are allowed to adjust the configurations of the NVR. The details of the tabs
are described as followed:
General
Device ID:
Assign an ID for the NVR to be controlled by the remote controller.
Audio Volume
Adjust the volume of the NVR.
Live OSD
Switch on/off the OSD.
System Lock
Switch on/off the system lock.
Sound On Button Press
Switch on/off the sound when pressing remote control buttons.
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Last Boot Time
The last time the system is rebooted.
Time
Date/Time
Set the date/time of the NVR.
Date Format
Modify the date format.
Time OSD
Switch on/off the time to be displayed on the screen.
Time Zone
Change the time zone of the location where the NVR is installed.
Time Sync Mode
Choose how you would like the time to be synced (Keyboard, NTP, or GPS).
NTP Server
Enter the NTP server you want to use.
Time Sync Interval
Choose the interval for the time to be synced (1, 4, or 24 hours).
NTP Status
The status of the selected NTP server will appear here.
Note: click Apply for the changes to take effect.
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User
LILIN NVR supports up to 15 sets of individual user settings (including administrator,
operator, and guest), to which you can assign different access rights.
User
Enter the name of the user (this field of administrator, operator, and guest cannot be
changed).
Old Password, New Password, and Confirm Password
If you would like to change the password, enter your previous password and enter the
new password and confirm the password. Press Show to reveal the password. The
default passwords for administrator, operator, and guest are 1111, 2222, and 3333,
respectively.
User Permission
Set the access rights of the user to administrator, operator, or guest.
Load Default
Restore to the factory default settings.
Note: click Apply for the changes to take effect.
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Storage
HDD INFO.
In HDD INFO., you will see the information of the NVR’s built-in RAID including the
record start time, record end time, and HDD usage, etc. You can create or delete any
RAID or adjust the settings of your eSATA devices. Also, you are allowed to format or
defrag any of the devices. If you want to create a RAID storage, choose a RAID type in
the drop-down menu at the upper-right corner and choose Submit.
If you would like to delete an established RAID or an eSATA device, click the device
and click Submit. Check the device you want to format of defrag, and click Format or
File System Defrag.
REGULAR CHECK
Set the interval between file system checks.
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USB INFO.
Connect a USB device (flash drive or hard drive) to the NVR, and then check the one
you want to format under this page, then click Format.
Event
SYSTEM
The search field in this page allows you to search for specific event reports at different
time and of different content. Press Download to export the event report.
OPERATING
You can examine the operating status of different users under this page. Press
Download to export the event report.
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Maintenance
Firmware Update
Choose a firmware file and click Update to proceed firmware update.
Export Settings
Click Export to save system settings as a configuration file (in XML format).
Import Settings
Insert a configuration fil (in XML format) to a USB flash drive, then press Import to
update the settings.
Factory Reset
Click Reset to restore the system to factory default settings.
Soft Reboot
Soft reboot the system.
Watchdog Test
Watchdog is a hardware device that sends a reboot signal to the system if errors occur.
Click to test the watchdog function. This may reboot the NVR.
Kernel Version
The kernel version of the system.
Network Setup
After you completed setting up the system configurations, you will have to connect the
NVR to a network before you can view video streams. Click Network
left pane.
in the
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General
Enter the required information in the fields:
IP Mode
Select the connection type of the NVR from Static, DHCP, and PPPoE.
IP Address
Enter the IP address you want to use, and press IP Test if necessary.
Subnet Mask
Enter the desired subnet mask.
Default Gateway
Enter the desired default gateway.
Primary DNS
Enter the first priority DNS server.
Secondary DNS
Enter the secondary DNS server in case if the primary DNS is not available.
Video Port
Specify the desired video port.
HTTP Port
Specify the desired HTTP port.
FTP Port
Specify the desired FTP port.
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MAC
This is the MAC address of your NVR.
PPPoE Account/Password
If you choose to connect through PPPoE, enter the account name and password
provided by your ISP here.
PPPoE IP
The dynamic or static IP assigned to the NVR by the ISP will be displayed here.
Hotspot IP
The IP assigned by the hotspot (Wi-Fi or your smartphone) will be displayed here.
Advance
LILIN NVR supports three sets of virtual IP addresses. When TCP/IP is switched to On,
the NVR can access the camera or another NVR using the specific IP.
E-Mail
When an alarm is triggered, LILIN NVR can automatically send e-mail notifications to
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the recipients you designated. The setting options are described below:
Send E-Mail
Check the box to enable sending e-mail notifications when an alarms is triggered.
E-Mail List
The list shows all saved e-mail addresses.
Edit Contact
Enter the email address you want to save as contacts and click Modify.
Authorization
Check if your e-mail account requires login authorization.
SSL
Check if you want to send/receive e-mail over SSL.
E-Mail Account
Enter the account name of your e-mail.
E-Mail Password
Enter the password of your e-mail.
Sender
Enter the name you would like to display in the e-mail.
E-Mail Host
Enter the IP address of your e-mail server.
Port
Enter the port of your e-mail server.
JPEG File
Check to also send JPEG photos when an alarm is triggered.
Motion, Sensor, and S.M.A.R.T. Err/HDD Err
Check to send e-mail notifications if any one of these occasions occurs.
Video Loss
Choose how many seconds the NVR would wait before sending out e-mail notifications.
Candidate
Choose an email address and press Down or Up arrows to add contacts as recipients.
Receiver
The list of recipient(s).
Annotation
Content of the email notification.
Note: Click Send to send out the notification and click Apply for the changes to take
effect.
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FTP
When an alarm is triggered, LILIN NVR can automatically send snapshots to the FTP
server you designated. The setting options are described below:
FTP Server
Enter the IP address of the FTP server.
Port
Enter the port of the FTP server.
Account
Enter the account name of the FTP server.
Password
Enter the password of the FTP server
Prefix & Postfix
The prefix and postfix of the FTP server.
File Name Format
Change the file name format to suit your need.
Continuously Send
Check to enable this function.
Continuously Send Dwell
Set the frequency of sent notification.
Alarm FTP Send
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Check to send alarm notification to the designated FTP address.
Alarm FTP Send Dwell
Set the frequency of alarm notification sent to the FTP.
Camera
Check the cameras that you want to send notifications to the FTP when an alarm is
triggered, and specify the folder name where the images are saved.
DDNS
With DDNS, you can access an NVR connected to the Internet through the DDNS URL,
whatever the actual IP is. The setting options are described below:
Server
Choose the DDNS server you want to use.
Hostname
Enter the hostname of the DDNS server.
User
Enter the username to log in the DDNS server.
Password
Enter the password to log in the DDNS server.
WAN IP
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Enter you WAN IP.
Check Interval
Choose the time interval you want the system to check DDNS connection.
Note: The DDNS feature requires Internet connection.
Other
LILIN NVR also supports other protocols such as UPnP and SDDP, and related
configurations can be modified in the OTHER tab. The setting options are described
below:
UPnP Device Name
Your device name shown on the UPnP network.
UPnP Service
Switch on/off the UPnP service.
SDDP Device Name
Your device name shown on the SDDP network.
SDDP Service
Switch on/off the SDDP service.
Network Places
Switch on/off Network Places to display shortcuts to shared devices.
Workgroup
Your workgroup name displayed in Network Places.
Device Name
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Your device name displayed in Network Places.
IE Default Live View
Choose the default streaming type (H.264 or MJPEG) when streaming using Internet
Explorer.
Reset on Ethernet Error
Reset the network card when an Ethernet error is detected, and leave a record entry in
the event table.
JEPG Mode
Choose Single JPEG to attach JPEG snapshots.
Max Connections
Set the maximum number of simultaneous connections when streaming using Internet
Explorer.
Browser Auto Logout (30 Minutes)
Check to log out after 30 minutes of inactivity.
Disable HTTP Auth.
Check to disable the required authorization when accessing the NVR through the
HTTP.
Connecting to Cameras
After you complete setting up System and Network, now you should connect to the
cameras. Press Camera
in the left pane to enter the camera setup page.
The setting options are described below.
General
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Camera Name
Enter the camera name to be displayed on Live and Play screens.
Camera Source
Select the video source of the channel.
IP Address
Enter the IP address of the camera you want to connect to, and press Dev. Info. to
check ONVIF capability.
HTTP/RTSP Port
Enter the HTTP/RTSP port to access the camera (the number must match the port as
set in the camera setting).
User
Enter the username required for camera authorization.
Password
Enter the password required for camera authorization.
Stream Type
Choose whether to stream only SD video or dual (SD & HD) video.
Primary Stream
Select the FPS and GOP for the primary stream.
Primary Stream Bitrate
Select the bitrate for the primary stream.
Secondary Stream
Select the FPS and GOP for the secondary stream (available only if you choose Dual
Stream in Stream Type).
Sec. Stream Bitrate
Select the bitrate for the secondary stream.
Decode Ref.
Select the number of reference frame for the decoder, and choose Immediate for realtime streaming (the video may delay or be fractured) or Smooth for stable streaming.
Camera Disable
Disable the video (live and playback) of the selected camera.
Sync Time with NVR
Turn On for the camera to sync time with the NVR.
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WS Discovery
Click WS Discovery to scan for connected devices on the network. Click Cancel to stop
scanning.
Auto Adjust
Automatically assign IP for detected cameras.
Snap
Show snapshot thumbnails for all the cameras.
Set IP
Assign camera IP.
Video
In this page, you can adjust several camera parameters including contrast, brightness,
saturation, and sharpness.
Click Load Default to restore the NVR to its default settings. Click Refresh Image to
update to the latest video..
Note: click Apply for the changes to take effect.
Live View, Playback, and Backup
Once the network configurations are completed and cameras connected, you can view
the live streams of cameras, in addition to access other functions such as playing
recorded video and backing up video files.
To access camera live view, go to Stream
in the left pane.
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Live
The LIVE tab displays the streams of all connected cameras. With the control buttons
and joystick you can control the movement of the selected camera. The settings
options are as followed:
Camera
The number of the selected camera.
Preset Point
Choose a preset point.
Dwell
Determine the dwell time of the preset point.
Speed
Determine the moving speed to the next preset points.
Clear All Presets
Clear all configured preset points.
Save Preset
Click to save the preset point after you complete setting the camera position, well time,
and moving speed.
: Choose the number of split screens.
: Zoom in, zoom out, auto, or pan.
: Increase/decrease aperture value, auto aperture, or flip 180°.
: Adjust focus or auto focus.
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Play
In this tab, you can choose a specific camera and select the date/time information to
play the recorded video. You can also display different playback contents by selecting
Day List, Motion Event, Sensor Event, and Manual Event.
Backup
Here you are allowed to backup the recorded videos by choosing the time, channel,
and format of the backup. Click Backup to start the backup process.
Recording and Scheduling
To adjust recording settings or schedule recording, click Record
pane. The setting options are described below:
in the left
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General
Record Mode
Switch on/off scheduled recording.
Audio
Switch on/off audio recording.
Post-alarm Record
Enable to start recording after an event takes place. Set the time period (second) for
the NVR to continue recording after the alarm is triggered.
Weighted Record (only available if Always is selected in Schedule)
When turned on, the recording frame rate will be adjusted to the pre-determined rate
when an alarm is triggered (which can be set in your camera setup interface; refer to
the user manual of your camera). Otherwise, the camera will record at a lower frame
rate to save storage (approximately 4–5 FPS).
Schedule
To modify the recording schedule, check the recording type from Always (continuous
recording), Alarm (record only when an alarm is triggered), or No Record (disable
recording), and highlight the desired date and time accordingly. Click Apply All to apply
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your selection of recording type to all dates and time.
Note: click Apply for the changes to take effect.
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System Recording Mode
Choose between Manual or Schedule recording. The Manual mode will continue
recording regardless of the schedule, while the Schedule mode performs continuous,
alarm, and no recording at the designated time period.
Overwritten
Switch on to overwrite old data when the storage is full.
Pre-alarm Record
Switch On to start recording for a period before an alarm occurs.
Limited Recording
Set the number of days of recorded data to be preserved. When the designated days
are reached, the NVR will continue recording and delete the earliest video to maintain
the amount of recorded data according to your selection.
Protected Recording (only available if Always is selected in Schedule)
Set the number of days of recorded data to be preserved. When the designated days
are reached, the NVR will stop recording.
Alarm Configurations
To change the alarm settings, click Alarm
are described below:
General
in the left pane. The setting options
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Alarm Input Type
Set the alarm sensor to Normally Open (NO), Normally Closed (NC), or IP Camera.
The last selection will trigger the alarm only when receiving the signal from IP cameras.
Alarm Time (DO/Event)
Set the time period to activate the relay circuit when an alarm is triggered.
Buzzer Retain Timer
Set the time period to activate the NVR’s built-in buzzer when an alarm is triggered.
Motion Enable
Switch on/off motion detection recording. Remember also to set the motion detection
area in the tab Motion Area.
Motion Sensitivity
Adjust the sensitivity of motion detection. Higher sensitivity indicates that the alarm can
be more easily triggered.
Motion Area
Click or drag your mouse across any areas to highlight the motion detection areas.
Click Apply All Channels to apply the areas to all camera channels.
Advance
Manual DO Control
Turn On to enable DO control. After a DI/DO-enabled device is connected to the NVR,
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control keys will appear at the bottom-right corner on the Live screen.
Alarm LED (Front Panel)
When set to On, the LED on the front panel of the NVR will start blinking when an
alarm is triggered.
Alarm On S.M.A.R.T. Error
Turn On to trigger the alarm when an HDD S.M.A.R.T. error is detected.
Buzzer
Switch On to activate the buzzer when an alarm is triggered.
Note: click Apply for the changes to take effect.
Display Configurations
Display
provides several adjustable NVR parameters such as resolution,
number of split screens, and contrast. The details of these settings are described
followed:
General
Backlight Saving
Adjust the level of screen brightness reduction once the Monitor Standby Time is
reached.
Monitor Standby Time
Set the time of inactivity for the monitor to enter the standby mode.
Default Video Division
Select the number of split screens you see when the NVR is turned on.
HDMI Mode
Switch the output mode between DVI or HDMI.
HDMI Resolution
Select a screen resolution that fits your screen.
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Advance
In this page, you can adjust the NVR’s output of brightness, contrast, saturation, and
gain. Click Load Default to restore to the factory default settings.
Sequence
You are allowed to view videos of multiple cameras in sequence. Check the cameras
you want to monitor and choose the number of split screens in the drop-down menu in
Sequence Mode. Specify the time interval for the NVR to switch to the next camera for
monitoring.
Note: click Apply for the changes to take effect.
PTZ Camera Configurations
Select PTZ
in the left pane to enter the setting page for PTZ cameras.
General
Transfer Mode
Choose a communication method according to the type of your camera.
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Control ID
Choose a corresponding device ID to control the camera.
Click Preset and the below controls will appear at the bottom of the screen:
HTTP or ONVIF is selected as the Transfer Mode
Dwell
Determine the dwell time of the preset point.
Speed
Determine the moving speed to the next preset points.
Clear All Presets
Clear all configured preset points.
Save Preset
Click to save the preset point after you complete setting the camera position, well time,
and moving speed.
OSD On / Off
Turn on/off the OSD.
Iris
Click + to increase aperture value, – to decrease it.
Auto Iris
Click to adjust the aperture value automatically.
Auto Pan
Pan the camera automatically along the preset points.
Focus
Click + or – to adjust the focus.
Auto Focus
Click to focus automatically.
Zoom
Click + to zoom in, – to zoom out.
ESC
Click to return to the previous page.
Preset Point
Use to drop-down menu to configure up to 255 preset points. Press the preset button to
access the first four frequently used preset points.
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Fish Eye is selected as the Transfer Mode
Dwell
Determine the dwell time of the preset point.
Speed
Determine the moving speed to the next preset points.
Clear All Presets
Clear all configured preset points.
Save Preset
Click to save the preset point after you complete setting the camera position, well time,
and moving speed.
Auto Pan
Pan the camera automatically along the preset points.
Zoom
Click + to zoom in, – to zoom out.
Home
Return to the previous page.
In the live view of fisheye cameras, you will see the two icons below:
Click the upper icon to collapse the menu at the bottom of the screen; click
again to expand. Click the lower icon to show a drop-down menu, where you
can choose one of the camera installation types. Choose Ceil (ceiling) or Wall
to reveal more options:
The arrows and magnifying
Select a layout and choose
glass icons allow you to
the camera views you want
move around and zoom in
to show on the screen.
and out the view of the
fisheye camera.
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NVR Cascade
This tab allows you to cascade multiple NVRs or adjust relevant settings. If you own a
931-D keyboard, you can use it for controlling the NVR cascade. If you have to NVR
systems, which are assigned with two different IP addresses, you should enter the IP
address of the second system to the fourth column in the cascade table. Remember to
set the keyboard ID to 4 to control the second NVR. For detailed instructions on how to
use the NVR cascade function, visit our official website, enter Support > SDK, and
download the document named DVR/NVR IR/keyboard serial commands over
HTTP. The settings listed in this tab are described in details as followed:
Show/Hide
Reveal or hide the password.
Modify
Apply the changes you’ve made.
Default
Restore to factory settings.
Search
Find all NVR/DVR on your LAN and display them in the cascade list.
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Export
Export the settings to any USB device you connect to the NVR.
Import
Load the settings from the USB device connected to the NVR.
Metadata
General
LILIN NVR supports various external devices such as GPS or POS, and in this page
you are allowed the change the settings for these devices. The setting options are
described as followed:
Serial Input
Select the USB port to which your external device is connected.
Metadata Service
Turn On to enable using external devices.
Serial Device Server
Enter the server IP for your serial device.
Server Data Port
Enter the port of your serial device.
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Server Command Port
Enter the command port of the device.
Emulated Mode
Choose an emulation type from the drop-down menu (see image below).
Encoding Mode
Choose between ASCII and UTF-8.
Baud Rate
Select an option suitable for your device.
Data Size
Select an option suitable for your device.
Parity
Select an option suitable for your device.
Stop Bit
Select an option suitable for your device.
Flow Control
Select an option suitable for your device.
OSD Font Color
Choose a color from the spectrum for use of metadata font (see image below).
OSD Font Size
Determine the metadata font size to be displayed in Live view..
OSD Rows Displayed
Determine the number of rows for the metadata.
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Event
This tab displays a history of detected events. You are allowed to search for events
based on time, channel, or content.
Other
Smartphone
This tab provides settings for sending alarm notifications to your smartphone that is
paired with the NVR. You can download LILINViewer on Apple App Store or Google
Play for your iPhone, iPad, and other Android devices.
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IVS
LILIN NVR supports IVS-enabled cameras. Connect an IVS-enabled IP camera to the
NVR and turn on the IVS function (refer to the user manual of your camera). When an
object enters and leaves a designated area in the camera view, the NVR will record the
time of entrance/exit and the number of entrance/exit in the database. For this function
to work properly, you must first enable Motion Detection in the NVR or the alert
function in your IP camera. Any movement will not trigger the Motion Detection
function of the NVR, but will leave a record in the IVS history table.
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