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Installation and Operation Manual
Models covered
CCT774 – 4 Channel DVR
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INSTALLATION & SAFEGUARDS
INSTALLATION & SAFEGUARDS
All the safety and operating instructions should be read before the unit is operated.
Environment Condition for Installation
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To prevent electric shock or other hazard, do not expose this unit to rain, moisture or dust.
This unit should be located in an area with low humidity and a low dust level.
Place this unit in a well-ventilated place and do not place heat-generating objects on this unit.
This unit should not be located in an area where it is likely to be subjected to vibration.
Before You Start
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Ensure the power switch is in the OFF position prior to starting.
Do not attempt to service this unit yourself as opening or removing covers may expose you to
dangerous voltage or other hazards.
Installation should be performed by qualified service personnel only.
This unit should be operated only from the type of power source indicated on the manufacturer’
s label
and with the power supply included with the unit.
Notice
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Before initial configuration or operation you must first set the TIME/DATE, followed by setting the unit to
the FACTORY DEFAULT settings, lastly clearing the HDD. Please follow these steps in order.
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Before installing a second HDD, ensure that the drive conforms to the specifications listed on the
specifications page at the end of this manual. When installing a second HDD, set the drive to SLAVE.
After installation, first reset the TIME/DATE, followed by resetting the unit to the FACTORY DEFAULT
settings, lastly clearing the new HDD.
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Pull the unit out of record mode prior to cutting off power to the unit. Do this by entering the setup
menu, followed by switching the unit off. Powering off the unit while writing to the disks can cause
critical malfunctions. (Ex: Recording Error, Playback Error, System Error).
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When you set the record type, you have to set the Record Configuration and also Schedule Setup. This
unit records as per the Record type & Schedule setup.
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The [REC] button on the front panel is for emergency record using highest image quality.
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user of this
equipment that there are dangerous voltages within the enclosure, which may be of sufficient magnitude to
constitute a risk of electric shock.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important
operating and maintenance (Servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.
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Features & Package Contents
1-1.
Features
1-2.
Package Contents
Chap. 2
Function of Each Button
2-1.
2-2.
Chap. 3
Front
Rear
Installation
3-1.
Installation Configuration
3-2.
Detailed Installation
1)
Rack Mount
2)
HDD(Hard Disk Drive)
3)
Camera
4)
Monitor
5)
Power
6)
VCR, Video Printer
7)
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Other External Device
Operation
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Start-up DVR
4-1.
4-2.
System Log-in
Factory Default
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View in Sequence
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4) Freeze View
5) Zoom View
4-5. Record
4-6. Playback
4-7.
Search
4-8.
PTZ Camera Operation
4-9.
Data Back-Up
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Audio Operation
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Set Up
5-1.
Entering the Menu
5-2.
Display Setup
1)
Screen Display
2) Monitor Setup
5-3.
1.
Configuration
HDD Management
2.
TIME/DATE Setup
3.
Camera Setup
4.
Interval Setup
5.
Alarm Setup
6.
Event Popup
7.
Buzzer Setup
8.
Password Setup
9.
5-4.
Record Setup
1.
Record Configuration
2.
Schedule Setup
3.
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5-6.
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Holiday Setup
Back-Up
External Device
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Audio Setup
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Remote Viewer Software
6-3.
Back-Up CD Player
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Programmer Reference
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Specifications
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Channel Record Timetable
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Language Setup
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CHAP. 1 Features & Package Contents
1-1. Features
Live View
Real time display per camera
Auto Sequence
PIP (Picture in picture)
Event Popup
Digital Zoom
Display Freeze
Simple Playback mode
Simple PTZ camera control
Record
Variable Record resolution (For higher picture quality or higher recording speed)
Efficient Image Quality setup in 5 steps
Schedule Record / Holiday Record
Event Record (Alarm / Motion)
Emergency Record
Network
View Live and Playback images across IP network
Copy images across the network
Playback
Search & Playback by Date/Time, Event and Camera
Outstanding picture quality by JPEG 2000 compression algorithm (No mosaic effect)
Suitable for recording not only images but also text
Forward Playback Speeds (X1/16, X1/8, X1/4, X1/2, X2, X4, X16, X32, X64)
Backward Playback Speeds (X1/16, X1/8, X1/4, X1/2, X2, X4, X16, X32, X64)
Easy and convenient search by Jog Shuttle & Remote Controller
Data Back-Up
Simple Back-Up using built-in DVD Writer (Back-up DVD Player included in the package)
Network Back-Up using Remote Viewer program(Remote Viewer included in the package)
Supports larger capacity of HDD (500GB or larger)
Others
Multi-Language (English, Spanish, Portuguese, German, French, Italian, Japanese, Russian, Dutch & Polish)
VGA support both TFT LCD monitor and CRT monitor (option)
Lock the system by Password
JOG / SHUTTLE
PAL/NTSC Auto detection
Control the unit by using Remote Controller
Audio recording: IN – 4 channels, OUT – 1 channel (mono)
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1-2. Package Contents
1. DVR Main Unit
2. Remote Controller
3. Power Cable
4. Power Adapter
5. User’
s Manual
6. Software CD
7. Battery for remote
8. Bolts & Foam Mount washers
Package Contents
Description
1. DVR Main Unit
STAND-ALONE DIGITAL VIDEO RECORDER
2. Remote Controller
DVR control
3. Power Cable
AC power supply to adapters for 12 V DC power
4. Power Adapter
12 V DC power supply to DVR main board
5. User’
s Manual
User’
s Manual
6. Software CD
Remote Viewer Software & Back up DVD player
7. Battery
Battery for remote controller
8. Bolts & Foam
Mount Washers
For attaching Hard Disk Drive into DVR
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2-1 FRONT
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Lamps
2. USB
Device
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IR
4.1 Camera
selection
4.2 PTZ
camera
control
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Name
1. LED
2
Function
Shows status of operation
Used to upgrade Firmware only via USB port
IR receiver
4.1. Pressing these buttons will display a full screen image of that camera
4.2. Control PTZ camera (Each button is assigned for each PTZ command)
•ON: LIGHT ON
•WIDE : ZOOM IN
•OFF : LIGHT OFF
•TELE : ZOOM OUT
•OPEN : IRIS OPEN
•SET: SET PRESET
•CLOSE: IRIS CLOSE
•CLEAR : CLEAR PRESET
•NEAR : FOCUS NEAR
•GOTO : GOTO PRESET
•FAR : FOCUS FAR
•AUTO : AUTO SCAN
5. SHIFT
THIS KEY IS PRESSED TO SELECT ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS ON A KEY
6. E-REC
Emergency Record at continuous, 60ips, SUPER FINE size
(Press & hold for 3 seconds to return to Schedule Record)
7. PLAY
Playback of recorded data on HDD
8. SHIFT &
Search recorded data on HDD
PLAY
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MENU
Set up for SYSTEM MENU or Use to exit the menu
PRESS MENU BUTTON BEFORE POWERING OFF UNIT
10. ENTER
Selects each menu option
11. NEXT
Move to next step
12.
Navigate in the menu
13. + -
Reduce or increase the option value in the menu
(USE SHIFT KEY)
14. PTZ
15. SEQ
On/Off for PAN/TILT/ZOOM control mode
Press this button first to control PTZ camera connected to DVR unit via
RS-485
Auto sequencing in full screen mode
16. PIP
Picture in Picture mode
17. AUDIO
Select audio channel
18. ZOOM
Zoom control
19. FRZ
Freezes an image
20. K.LOCK
Lock key function
21. MODE
Switches from full screen display to 9 split screen
22. Q.PLAY
QUICK PLAY – Play images recorded 2 minutes ago in forward
direction (only if recording in continuous mode)
23. JOG SHUTTLE
Pressing Jog Shuttle button (Ready for use Jog/Shuttle): In playback mode,
pressing J. SHUTTLE button freezes images.
RUN LED on: While you operate Jog or Shuttle
ACTIVE LED on: When J. SHUTTLE button is pressed
SEARCH FACILITY : Press J. Shuttle button, and images in playback pause,
and Jog and Shuttle makes it very easy and convenient to search forward or
backward, fast and slow, as user wants. Note that Jog Shuttle can only be
activated when ACTIVE LED is ON.
24. DVD-RW
Data Back-up using built-in DVD writer
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2-2 REAR
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4 Channel
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Name
Functions
RS485
Connection with PTZ Camera or other external device using RS 485 interface
(Pin 1: D- / Pin 2: D+)
RELAY Output
Relay out terminal
SENSOR Input
Sensor input terminal
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VGA
3
ETHERNET
4
RS-232C
5
CAMERA Input
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LOOP Output
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MONITOR
Output
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SPOT
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DC Power
Connection to VGA Monitor (CRT type or TFT LCD monitor)
Connection to ETHERNET device
Connection to external device as PC using RS-232C to control the
DVR. NOTE: This facility is not supported.
Connection with camera
Camera loop out
Connection with Composite Video Monitor
Connection with additional Composite Video Monitor
DC power input (DC12V, 6.67A adapter)
Power ON/OFF.
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POWER
SWITCH
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NOTE: To avoid deletion of HDD data, make sure you press MENU
button and enter into menu setup before powering down. This safely
takes unit out of record mode.
Audio Input
Microphone input (4 channels)
Audio Output
Speaker Output (1 channel)
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CHAP.3 Installation
3-1. Installation Configuration
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3-2. Detailed Installation
1)
2)
Rack mount
1.
Remove 4 bolts on each side to install rack mount brackets
2.
Attach rack mount bracket
3.
Attach DVR brackets to 19”rack.
HDD
1. Connect Main Board and HDD1 using IDE cable and HDD power cable.
2. The jumper setting of HDD1 should be the Master if you install only one HDD.
3. The jumper setting of HDD1 should be the Master and HDD2 should be the Slave if you
install two HDDs.(Refer to the above figure)
4. Stick the HDD absorber (included in package) on the bottom of case and then install the
HDD on top of them by using the bolts (included in package).
5. Screws must be inserted from outside of the case bottom.
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3) Camera
Connect cameras to the camera input on rear panel of DVR marked CAMERA IN.
4) Monitor
Connect the video output marked MONITOR to Video In of Main monitor.
5) Power
Connect one 12V DC 6.67A adaptor to
the DC12V input connector on rear of
unit.
NOTE: Before you turn on power switch,
ensure that power adaptor, cameras and
monitor are connected properly.
ALSO TO AVOID DELETION OF HDD
DATA, ENSURE YOU PRESS MENU
AND ENTER BEFORE POWERING
DOWN. THIS TAKES UNIT OUT OF
RECORD MODE.
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6) VCR, VIDEO PRINTER
RS-232C : Control DVR through RS-232C port by using PC (N.B Not supported.)
RS-485 : Control external device like PTZ Camera
RELAY Output : Relay Output (Pin 4 ~6 at Terminal Block).
SENSOR Input : SENSOR Input (Alarm connection)
ETHERNET: Connection to LAN, WAN, Internet.
VGA: Connection to VGA monitor(CRT,TFT LCD).
Select VGA in DISPLAY SETUP menu before connection to VGA monitor
Resolution set by manufacturer is 800x600 60Hz. This can be altered by
entering Monitor Setup/ VGA Setup / VGA resolution
Use VGA option board for both CRT type PC monitor or TFT LCD monitor.
AUDIO INPUT: Microphone Input (IN1~IN4)
AUDIO OUTPUT: Speaker Output (OUT)
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CHAP.4 Operation
4-0. Starting up system
Before turning on the DVR be sure that everything is firmly connected. Turn on the DVR and
go the Menu using the relevant Login Password and you will then see the System Setup
Screen. You may proceed by referring to the related chapters describing the various
functions.
4-1. System Log-In
1)
To enter into the setup menu, press the [MENU] button.
2)
Enter password with channel number button from No.1
to No.10 on the front of the DVR unit. (Maximum of 8
digits are available)
3)
After inputting the password, press the [ENTER] button.
Administrator:
If the password entered matches previously set password, “LOGIN ADMIN”message appears and you
can enter into SYSTEM SETUP. If the password entered does not match previously set password, the DVR unit
goes back to live display mode.
Factory default password is blank. For log-in, just press [MENU] button, followed by the [ENTER] button.
-Factory default password
ADMIN: (Blank)
MANAGER: ‘1 ’
USER 1~USER 8: ‘2 ’~ ’9 ’
We recommend configuring a unique password as per the procedure in SYSTEM MENU - CONFIGURATION PASSWORD SETUP.
For security reasons, be sure to make note of your own password.
4-2. Factory Default
Before initial configuring or operation you must first set the Time/Date, followed by setting the unit to the FACTORY
DEFAULT settings, lastly clearing the HDD. Please follow these steps in order. Improper operation may result if
this action is not taken. Starting without FACTORY DEFAULT & HDD clear will cause malfunctions.
1. FACTORY DEFAULT (page 31)
DISPLAY SETUP
CONFIGURATION
RECORD SETUP
BACK-UP
EXTERNAL DEVICE
FACTORY DEFAUT
LANGUAGE
2. HDD CLEAR (page 22)
DISPLAY SETUP
CONFIGURATION
RECORD SETUP
BACK-UP
EXTERNAL DEVICE
FACTORY DEFAUT
LANGUAGE
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TIME/DATE SETUP
CAMERA SETUP
INTERVAL SETUP
ALARM SETUP
BUZZER SETUP
PASSWORD SETUP
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4-3. Display Configuration
4-4. Live View Setup
1) Full / Multiple View
Switch to multi-screen display by pressing [MODE]. For full image display, just press the channel button you want or
[MODE] button again. When you playback images that are recorded in 360x240 (360x288) or 360x120 (360x144)
resolution, only 4 way split screen is displayed.
Full Screen
FULL
SCREEN
FULL
SCREEN
MODE
MODE or CHANNEL BUTTON
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2) View In Sequence
Press [SEQ] button. It automatically displays full screen images in sequence. To stop the sequence press the
[SEQ] button.
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3) Picture in Picture (PIP View)
When it is in full screen display mode, you can see another camera in a small
window by pressing [PIP]. This camera window rotates in sequence to next
camera and you can set the rotating time interval as per the procedure in
SYSTEM MENU-CONFIGURATION- INTERVAL SETUP.
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4) Freeze View
Full display mode:
If you press the [FRZ] button, the FRZ icon will be activated on screen and the “F”character will
be shown beside camera title, and the live image will be frozen.
Split display mode: If you press the [FRZ] button, the FRZ icon will be activated on screen . Then press the
channel button you want to freeze.
To release frozen image, press channel number of frozen image again and press [FRZ]
button to exit FRZ mode.
5) Zoom View
In full screen, press the [ZOOM] button and move the Selection Frame using Jog Shuttle or direction keys to the area
which you want to enlarge. Then press the [ENTER] button for 2-times enlarged picture. To exit Zoom mode, just
press [ZOOM] button again.
Horizontal Movement: Jog Shuttle
Vertical Movement:
Hold [UP or DOWN] button and turn Jog Shuttle
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4-5. Record
The recording mode set before delivery by manufacturer (Default recording mode) is Schedule Recording. In this
default recording mode, it records 24 hours/day continuously during weekdays and the weekend.
If you press the [E-REC] button whilst you are in live view mode, the record type is changed to Emergency Record
mode.
EMERGENCY RECORD: at full resolution/best quality
Record type : CONTINUOUS, SUPER FINE quality,
60 (50) ips at 720X240 (720x288)
Emergency Record [RED]
Schedule Record [GREEN]
SCHEDULE RECORD:
Record and stop as set (time interval and record type) in
RECORD-SCHEDULE SETUP menu.
Stop Record [WHITE]
STOP RECORD:
Recording stopped as set in
RECORD-SCHEDULE SETUP menu.
On the screen
-Emergency Record
: Red Record Icon LED is lit
- Schedule Record
: Green Record Icon LED is lit
- Record Stop
: White Icon Record LED is off
- Motion Record, Alarm Record, Alarm+Motion Record
: Record standby LED blinks
: Record LED is lit
While in Emergency Record mode, press [PLAY], [MENU],
or [SEARCH] button to exit from Emergency Recording mode
and return to Schedule Record mode or press E-REC button
for three seconds.
Further details, refer to the SYSTEM MENU – RECORD SETUP.
This DVR unit does not record in the following conditions:
While entered in the menu
No camera connected
HDD is full and Overwriting is off in the Record Setup menu.
4-6. Playback
In record mode or stop mode, press [PLAY] button to play the recorded data in 1x speed. Press [LEFT] for backward playback
or press [RIGHT] button for forward playback. Use Jog Shuttle to pause and control playback speed. To stop playback, press
the [PLAY] button again.
Using Jog/Shuttle
When the [ACTIVE] LED is on the [JOG SHUTTLE] is ready for use. The [RUN]] LED will blink whenever you operate the Jog
Shuttle. For forward playback, turn the Shuttle right and turn Shuttle left for backward playback. Turn the inner Jog using your
index figure to see picture by picture in forward or backward direction. Operation of Shuttle is as follows.
If you want to keep
the playback speed
you have selected
using Shuttle, just
hold the shuttle at that
location for a few
seconds, and
playback in speed you
selected continues
until you rotate Shuttle
again.
1/4 x : 4 times slower than normal playback speed
1/2 x : 2 times slower than normal playback speed
1 x : Normal playback speed
2 x : 2 times faster than normal playback speed
4 x : 4 times faster than normal playback speed
16 x : 16 times faster than normal playback speed
64 x : 64 times faster than normal playback speed
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4-7. Search
Press [PLAY] & [SHIFT] buttons, and 3 different methods for searching recorded data are available as
shown in following SEARCH window. For selecting searching method, use direction key or Jog Shuttle.
After selecting each search method, press [ENTER] button for playback. To exit press [MENU].
1) SEARCH BAR
Search by percentage of total recorded data, using the arrow keys or the jog shuttle. It starts from
image corresponding to set % of data on the search bar.
2) TIME/DATE
Search by time & date. Playback starts from the time & date selected.
3) EVENT LIST
Search by event list (Motion, Alarm, Video Loss).
SEARCH page
SEARCH BAR page
EVENT LIST page
TIME/DATE page
4-8. PAN/TILT/ZOOM Camera Operation
Press [PTZ] button first for PTZ control mode. Numeric buttons from 1 to 16 and direction buttons are assigned for
each PTZ command, and user can control PTZ camera connected to DVR unit by pressing any one of those 20
buttons, one after the other, as needed, and it is similar to controlling by a separate PTZ controller.
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Button
1/ON
2/OFF
3/OPEN
4/CLOSE
5/NEAR
6/FAR
7/WIDE
8/TELE
PTZ command
LIGHT ON
LIGHT OFF
IRIS OPEN
IRIS CLOSE
FOCUS NEAR
FOCUS FAR
ZOOM OUT
ZOOM IN
Button
9/SET
10/CLEAR
11/GOTO
12/AUTO
UP BUTTON
DOWN BUTTON
LEFT BUTTON
RIGHT BUTTON
PTZ command
PRESET SET
PRESET CLEAR
PRESET GOTO
AUTO SCAN
TILT UP
TILT DOWN
PAN LEFT
PAN RIGHT
4-9. Data Back-Up
Enter into SYSTEM MENU-BACKUP-CDR SETUP.
1) Insert empty CD-R or DVD-R media into DVD writer and select the start time & date from which you want to
back up. The START & END time / date in HDD sub-menu only shows start and end of recording. This is not
selectable and editable.
(700MB on CD-R sub-menu represents size of CD-R media and 4480MB on DVD-R media inserted.)
2) To set start time of back-up and back-up data size, press the [ENTER] button first on [START] or [SIZE] submenu and adjust using [+] or [-] button and move using [LEFT] and [RIGHT] button for next change. After setting
the time & date and back-up data size, press the [ENTER] button again to exit.
End of back-up time will be calculated automatically as per start time & date and the back-up data size you set.
User can select the back-up data size (size of back-up data from start of back-up) on [SIZE] item but END of
back-up time is automatically determined by DVR system.
3) Press [ENTER] button on BURN sub-menu. DVR system starts burning CD or DVD.
4) When burning is completed, CD-R or DVD-R media will eject automatically. If you wish to continue backup
of more data, the next CD/DVD back-up, set the start time of the next backup as the end time of previous
back-up. If you need another backup, repeat the above procedure. To stop backup, press the [MENU] button.
During the backup burning process it’
s impossible to cancel burning.
User can verify the back-up media on a PC. On insertion the media will auto run.
4)
CHAP. 5 Set Up
NOTE: SIZE = 4480MB WITH DVD-R MEDIA
4.10. Audio Operation
Press [AUDIO] button to select audio channel … . CH1, CH2, CH3, CH4 or SILENCE in sequence.
Sound of the selected audio channel can be heard in LIVE mode display. Recorded sound is
heard in Playback.
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CHAP. 5 Set Up
5-1. Entering into the Menu
Enter into SYSTEM MENU by pressing [MENU] button.
BUTTON
FUNCTION
MENU
Enter into SYSTEM MENU, Move to previous menu, ESC
ENTER
Selection key, Move to sub-menu, change status (ON or OFF)
NEXT
UP
DOWN
Move to next page
Move Up
Move down
LEFT
Move left
RIGHT
Move right
MINUS [-]
Decrease the option value
[SHIFT] + [
PLUS [+]
Increase the option value
[SHIFT] + [ ] key
Jog
Shuttle
] key
Jog Left turning: Move backward to next image / Decrease value
Jog Right turning: Move forward to next image / Increase value
Shuttle left turning: Reduce playback speed / Decrease value
Shuttle right turning: Increase playback speed / Increase value
TCP/IP SETUP
RS-232C SETUP
PAN/TILT SETUP
SPOT MONITOR SETUP
AUDIO SETUP
SYSTEM MENU
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5-2. DISPLAY SETUP
Setting up parameters for monitor and display on screen.
Enter into SYSTEM MENU-DISPLAY SETUP.
1) SCREEN DISPLAY
Setting up the screen display in LIVE mode and PLAYBACK mode.
Select the sub-menu, that you would
like to set using direction buttons and
then change ON/OFF with [ENTER]
button.
1. TIME/DATE: Display time & date
2. DVR STATUS: Display system setting status
3. ICON DISPLAY: Display function setting status
4. REC/PLAY BAR: Display record / playback status
5. CAMERA TITLE: Display camera title
2) MONITOR SETUP
VGA SETUP: The VGA card enables you to connect a TFT LCD monitor or CRT type PC monitor to this unit.
You will have to select one of the resolution settings below using the [+] [-] button. After setting the
option below, press [ENTER] button then the DVR unit will set VGA mode automatically.
1024x768 / 60Hz
1024x768 / 75Hz
or 800x600 / 60Hz
or 800x600 / 75Hz
or 640x480 / 60Hz
or 640x480 / 75Hz
The resolution reflects pixels per inch. The higher the pixel rate the better the quality.
Best quality is therefore 1024x768 / 75Hz but must match TFT LCD or CRT PC monitor
CHAP. 5 Set Up
COLOUR BAR TEST: Necessary to adjust colour tone of monitor. (Not available with
3
VGA option)
NOTICE: When this DVR unit is operated for the first time, it will take a few seconds to boot up for initialisation of VGA
mode.
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5-3. CONFIGURATION
Various system parameters can be set in the CONFIGURATION menu.
Enter the SYSTEM MENU-CONFIGURATION and press the [ENTER] button.
1) HDD MANAGEMENT
Enter SYSTEM MENU-CONFIGURATION-HDD MANAGEMENT and press the [ENTER] button.
(1) HDD SETUP
This page includes information about start and end of recording, location of recorded data, or location of last
playback on HDD. In addition, users can delete all the data on HDD.
On the [HDD CLEAR] sub-menu, press the [ENTER]
button to delete all image data on HDD.
The system will ask you the password for verification. After
you clear all data on the HDD, the status of HDD CLEAR
changes from IN USE to EMPTY.
When you clear HDD, the event list is deleted, too.
If you selected OVERWRITE in Record Setup, the HDD
STATUS above will display OVERWRITE.
CHAP. 5 Set Up
(2) HDD INFORMATION
This menu will show the physical state of the HDD in the DVR.
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2) TIME/DATE SETUP
Set the time and date of the DVR system. It is very important
for searching an event with time and date that this is accurately
set. Note that the time and date set by manufacturer may be
different from the local time and user must set the date and
time before recordings start. The time and date can be set by
using the direction buttons [+] [-] or the Jog Shuttle. There is
an option for selecting date, time and month formats.
3) CAMERA SETUP
(1) TITLE: Input Title of each camera. Move to a channel you want to edit using [LEFT] or [RIGHT] direction button and
then change the title-using [-] [+] button. When modification is finished, press the [ENTER] button. To exit to
previous menu, press the [MENU] button.
(2) COLOUR: Adjust image colour
Move to each setting using
[UP][DOWN] button and adjust
using [-] [+] button or Jog shuttle.
CHANNEL: Select camera
BRIGHTNESS: Adjust image brightness (-32~ 31)
CONTRAST: Adjust colour contrast ( -32 ~ 31)
SATURATION: Adjust colour saturation ( -32 ~ 31)
HUE: Adjust colour hue ( -32 ~ 31)
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NUMBER OF CELLS TO DETECT
02
(3) CAMERA ACTIVE SETUP: With direction button, move to option to be changed, and press [ENTER] button
to select [ON/OFF]. If it is set at LIVE [OFF] and REC [ON], DVR system records, but does not show live
image of set channel.
STATUS: Shows if image from a specific channel is set for live display and recording. In normal camera
condition, it is ACTIVE, but LOSS is displayed when the cable is disconnected or camera is not working.
LIVE: Decides whether to show LIVE screen image or not.
REC: Decides whether to record relevant channel or not.
(4) MOTION SETUP: You can set sensitivity of motion detection in 4 steps, motion detection area and others in
relation to motion recording in this menu.
(4)-1. MOTION SETUP
SENSITIVITY GRADE: Adjusts motion detection sensitivity. 1(LOW) 2(MEDIUM) 3(HIGH) 4(VERY HIGH)
MOTION DISPLAY TYPE: Showing cells with motion detected differently from cells with no motion.
RECORD DURATION: Whenever motion is detected and it is set in Motion Recording mode, DVR system
records for RECORD DURATION from time motion is detected. (1sec. ~ 99 sec.) (Default duration: 5sec.)
4)-2. MOTION MASK SETUP
Set motion detection area. Direction button is for moving, [ENTER] button is for selection and MODE
button is for changing mode of MASK SETUP.
CELL: Move to the location that you want to detect and then press the [ENTER] button.
Highlighted cell area means motion detection area.
ALL ON: Set all cells as detection area. Use [ENTER] button to set.
ALL OFF: Set all cells as no-detection area. Use [ENTER] button to set
BLOCK ON: Select detection area by block. Use [MODE] button and press [ENTER] button to set ON.
BLOCK OFF: Select un-detection area by block. Use [MODE] button & press [ENTER] button to set ON.
Highlighted Area
(Motion Detection Area)
BLOCK ON [ 1 ]
Non-highlighted Area
(No Motion Detection Area)
[1/2/3/4] CHANGE CHANNEL
[
] MOVE CURSOR
[MODE] CHANGE EDIT
MODE [ENTER] EDIT, [MENU]
EXIT
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4) INTERVAL SETUP
Set the switching time interval for SEQ or PIP
function.(1sec. ~ 99 sec.)
SWITCHING INTERVAL
FULL SCREEN: set the sequencing switch time interval in
live full screen.
PIP SCREEN: set the sequencing switch time interval of
PIP window.
EVENT UPDATE TIME: Set the minimum time interval of
event to be listed in EVENT LIST. If EVENT
UPDATE TIME is set at 20 seconds, only
following an event that lasted longer than 20
seconds will it be added to the EVENT LIST.
5) ALARM SETUP
Set type of alarm sensors connected to DVR unit.
N.O represents Normal Open type and N.C Normal Close type.
ALARM INPUT: Select type of alarm sensor connected to DVR
Unit (N.O or N.C). Use direction buttons [+] or [to set.
DISABLE disables alarm sensor connected to
DVR.
DURATION:
Set the duration of alarm when an alarm is
Activated. (0 seconds ~ 300 seconds)
6) EVENT POPUP SETUP
When event is activated, a full screen image will popup.
CHANNEL: Select a channel that uses an event (motion or alarm)
POPUP ON/OFF: Set a popup function to ON or OFF
EVENT: Set the type of event mode that this popup is applied to.
A: ALARM event or M: Motion event.
DURATION: Set the duration to how long the popup image is
displayed. (0 seconds ~ 60 seconds)
NOTE: If two or more channels popup at the same time, the lowest
channel number will only be displayed.
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7)) BUZZER SETUP
Set parameters for buzzer (On or Off).
Use direction button and [ENTER] button.
KEY BEEP: buzz when button is pressed.
VIDEO LOSS: buzz when video signal is lost.
ALARM ACTIVE: buzz when alarm is activated.
MOTION DETECT: buzz when motion is detected.
User can set all buzzers at On/Off at once by
set ALL at ON/OFF.
8) PASSWORD SETUP
Set user ID and password.
-Use [UP] and [DOWN] button to move to option and [LEFT]
and [RIGHT] button to set user ID.
The password must consist of a 1 to 8 digit number.
Just use numbers button from 1 to 10 on the front panel of
DVR unit. Note that 10 = 0
-To change password, user must input current password and
then input the new password. Then input again the new
password to confirm.
- Default value
ADMIN: ‘
‘(NULL)
MANAGER: ‘
1’
USER 1: ‘
2’
:
:
USER 8: ‘
9’
Change the user PASSWORD in the first operation is recommended.
Ensure that you record the new password.
9) SYSTEM INFORMATION
CHAP. 5 Set Up
DVR system information including model number,
firmware version, hardware version, etc.
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5-4. RECORD SETUP
This is the most important configuration of the DVR.
Enter SYSTEM MENU-RECORD SETUP and press the
[ENTER] button.
1) RECORD CONFIGURATION
Use direction button to move and [-] [+] button to set value.
(1) OVERWRITE: Set overwrite or stop recording when
the HDD is full.
(2) MULTIPLEX: Set DUPLEX or TRIPLEX
- DUPLEX: Playback & Ethernet
- TRIPLEX: Recording, Playback & Ethernet
NOTE: Using triplex decreases frame rate by 50%.
Duplex does not record during a search.
3) QUALITY: Set record quality. This affects disk space.
BASIC / NORMAL / ENHANCED / FINE / SUPER FINE
In Emergency record, quality is SUPER FINE.
To send more images via IP network and longer recording
times, set QUALITY to Normal or Enhanced and record at
360x288 PAL.
(4) RESOLUTION: Set recording resolution in PAL mode.
- 50 ips at 720x288 PAL 60 ips at 720x240 NTSC
- 100 ips at 360x288 PAL 120 ips at 360x240 NTSC
- 200 ips at 360x144 PAL 240 ips at 360x120 NTSC
Images recorded in 360x288 It is not possible to see those
images in full screen mode in playback. Recording in half
or quad resolution is recommended for higher recording
speed.
(5) RECORD IN ALARM: <Set record speed (skip rate) > in ALARM record mode.
(6) RECORD IN MOTION: <Set record speed (skip rate) > in MOTION record mode.
(7) CONTINUOUS RECORD: <Set record speed (skip rate) > in CONTINUOUS record mode.
Set record speed (skip rate): Set record speed (skip rate) in alarm/ motion/ continuous mode
- 1/1x, 1/2x, … … … … … … … … .. 1/999x record speed
example:
example:
example:
1/2x ) R->S->R->S…
1/3x ) R->S->S->R->S->S->R…
1/4x ) R->S->S->S->R->S->S… ( R : RECORD
example:
If record resolution is set at 360x288, 1/1x = 100ips, 1/2x = 50ips, 1/3x = 33ips etc.
S : SKIP )
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2) SCHEDULE SETUP
Unless you selected another recording mode, DVR system records in Schedule Recording mode. In
SCHEDULE REC SETUP, you set type of recording for every time interval of 2 hours in each day of the
week. Schedule Recording set by manufacturer is recording continuously at its full recording speed, and it
means DVR system records continuously at 50 ips overall at 720x288 resolution.
To set Schedule Recording parameters, enter into SYSTEM MENU-RECORD SETUP-SCHEDULE SETUP
and press the [ENTER] button.
(1) SCHEDULE SETUP
Set recording type for each recording time interval for a day of the week (2 hours interval).
Use [MODE] button to select edit type and move to
the time interval of a day of the week you want to
change. Press [ENTER] button to select and use [+]
or [-] button, to change the record type. To go to the
next page, use the [NEXT] button.
MODE (Edit type)
TIME CELL: Set each time interval of a day
WEEK: Set a day of the week at once
TIMEZONE: Set a time slot at once
ALL: Set page by page at once
CLEAR ALL: Clear page by page
Except when EMERGENCY record is enabled, the
DVR system records according to the SCHEDULE
Record Setup. The DEFAULT record mode set by the
manufacturer is ‘
C’which is CONTINUOUS recording
mode.
RECORD TYPE
After power on ------ Schedule record
Exit from menu ------ Schedule record
Press and HOLD [E-REC] Emergency Record ------ Schedule record
End of search or playback -------- Schedule record
After pressing [E-REC] Emergency record -------- Emergency record (Continuous recording in best
performance 50 ips at 720x288)
3) HOLIDAY SETUP
Users can set national holiday or holidays on calendar to record
just as the setting for Sunday in SCHEDULE REC SETUP.
Use [MODE] button to select a month and direction button to
move to a day, and press [ENTER] button to set a holiday. The
colour of the date is then changed to red, as per Sunday.
The maximum number of holidays that can be set is 100 days.
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5-5. BACK-UP
User can back up the recorded data to CD or DVD using DVD writer installed in DVR.
Refer to [START] and [END] of data on HDD and set copy from time, [START], and size of data copied,
[SIZE], and move to BURN and press [ENTER] button to start copy.
System Status Messages:
- CD-RW DOOR CLOSE. CHECKING CD-R: Blank CD check
- INPUT BLANK CD: CD writer has no blank CD/DVD.
- CD-RW DOOR OPEN: Open CD-RW and insert blank CD–R or DVD-R media into drive.
- CD-R MEDIA IS DETECTED: Blank media has been inserted and detected. DVR system will display size
of blank CD-R or DVD-R.
After you set [START] time and [SIZE] in CD-R sub-menu and then select BURN, DVR system starts
copying images to CD/DVD and displays following message.
CD-RW
CD-RW
CD-RW
CD-RW
CD-RW
BURNING: START
BURNING: LEAD-IN
BURNING: IMAGE DATA
BURNING: CLOSE TRACK
DOOR: OPEN
When burning is complete, CD-R/DVD-R media will eject automatically.
To copy more images, repeat above process. In next process, [START] time in CD-R sub-menu shall be
[END] time in previous back-up, and you can copy images in series to many CDs/DVDs, as many as you
want.
5-6. EXTERNAL DEVICE
Set parameters of external devices connected to DVR, like Ethernet, PTZ camera, RS-232C, etc. Use
direction button to move to sub-menu and Press [ENTER] button to set.
1) TCP/IP SETUP
The TCP/IP function enables users to view live and recorded images
via the Internet or network.
(1) IP CONFIG SETUP:
This shows the network information assigned to the DVR unit. If the
DHCP setup is AUTOMATIC, the user can set the IP port only and if
the DHCP setup status is MANUAL, user must set all parameters.
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(2) CONNECTION SETUP:
TIMEOUT: Adjust TIMEOUT value to successfully access the DVR unit via the Internet. If data transfer
rate is high enough leave the TIMEOUT value as set by manufacturer at 200 msec but increase it if
transfer rate is slow. If you use your PC DOS prompt and enter tracert <IP address> you can add up
the minimum access time to reach your DVR.
RETRY COUNT: Set the number of retry times for network connection.
2) RS-232C SETUP
User can control the DVR via RS-232C port. Connect DVR to PC
via RS-232C port and user can control DVR using keyboard of
PC. This function is mainly for programmer who wants to control
DVR as part of many devices connected to a PC system.
NOTE: THIS IS NOT CURRENTLY SUPPORTED.
3) PAN/TILT SETUP
This is used to set parameters for PTZ camera/s connected to
the DVR unit. DVR unit includes many well known protocols like PELCO-D and user must select MODEL and set other
parameters to control their PTZ cameras. PTZ cameras can be controlled using the PTZ operation buttons on the front
panel of the DVR. If PTZ camera protocol is not incorporated into this DVR unit, user can input or upgrade protocol
using the USB device port.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
CHANNEL: Select channel
MODEL: Select Protocol
PTZ ID: PTZ Address
BAUDRATE: Select Baud Rate
CMD DELAY: Select command delay time
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4) SPOT MONITOR SETUP
1) SWITCHING INTERVAL
Channel switching time (1 sec. ~ 99 secs.)
2) ALARM POP-UP
Set ON to show screen pop-up on Alarm
3) MOTION POP-UP
Set ON to show screen pop-up on Motion
4) EVENT POP-UP DURATION
Set DURATION time of Alarm or Motion
Event (1 sec ~ 99 secs.)
5)
AUDIO SETUP
Use direction button to move to channel and press [ENTER] button to set (ON/OFF).
1) REC
a) ON: Record with AUDIO
b) OFF: Record without AUDIO
2) PLAY
a) ON: Audio on playback
b) OFF: No Audio on playback
5-7. FACTORY DEFAULT
ALL
SCREEN DISPLAY
Reset all system parameters as per
manufacturer’
s settings. Use this option when
adding a new HDD or following problems with
changes made to system. Use direction button to
move and Press [ENTER] button to change
parameters. Then select RUN, Press [ENTER]
button for actual Factory Default setting.
CAMERA SETTING
MOTION SETUP
PAN TILT SETUP
SCHEDULE SETUP
CONFIGURATION
RUN
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5-8. LANGUAGE SETUP
The menu can be displayed in a number of languages. Press [ENTER] button to select language.
CHAP. 6 Network Setup
6-1. DVR Network Configuration
Please call your Internet provider to identify what type of service they are providing for you. You will need to know the
following;
Upload speed – For your own knowledge for expected frame rates
Download speed – For your own knowledge for expected frame rates
Addressing – For determining the addressing method you will need to make
Router On Site – For connecting to the outside world
NOTE: For remote viewing we recommend using a Broadband ADSL connection with an external I.P address (supplied
by your Internet provider). You will probably need to install a modem/router for Internet connection sharing and remote
access.
PLEASE verify Internet access after installing any new equipment (routers, switches, modems, etc.). If possible, use a
PC on the network to verify that an Internet connection can be made and that all current configurations on any
equipment are up and working properly. Do this before doing ANY configurations with the DVR. We are assuming that
your current equipment is configured properly for Internet access.
PC’s TCP/IP Setting
Before configuring the DVR, please fill out the information below if applicable;
Choose any PC on your network and determine its TCP/IP settings;
IP Address: ________________________________________ (ex.192.168.1.5)
Subnet Mask: _______________________________________ (ex. 255.255.255.0)
Default Gateway: ____________________________________ (ex.192.168.1.1)
The following pages containing several network scenarios will clarify the network setup of the DVR; follow
the instructions for configuring and accessing your DVR via TCP/IP.
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1) Static I.P Address from an Internet Service Provider
Configure the DVR to operate with a modem router.
Configure the DVR as follows:
a. It is assumed you have a PC working on Broadband Internet.
b. Check IP address in P.C and record IP Address, Subnet Mask & Gateway Address.
Example: IP Address 192.168.1.100 Subnet: 255.255.255.000 Gateway: 192.168.1.1
c. Connect LAN cable from router to DVR.
d. Assign DVR a private IP address Example : 192.168.001.105
You need to assign the DVR an IP address similar to PC. The IP address you assign must be unique
but the first three levels must match your local network. When configuring the DVR’
s IP address
information, the version of firmware within the units may display the IP addresses differently. For
simplicity 192.168.1.105 may have to be configured as 192.168.001.105
1. Enter the DVR Menu – Go to EXTERNAL DEVICE - Go to TCP/IP SETUP
2. Enter IP CONFIG SETUP
3. SET IP ADDRESS (see above), IP PORT: 50000, GATEWAY 192.168.1.1(example)
(Router base address), SUBNET MASK: 255.255.255.000 (example) - Assign the DVR the
same exact subnet mask as your PC.
4. Please DO NOT configure MAC ADDRESS but set DHCP SETUP to MANUAL.
5. EXIT MENU.
6. Now turn Router off and on. This will take about one minute to reset.
7. Your DVR is now ready for access via the local PC using the Remote Viewer Software. Refer
to your modem/router manual for instructions on how to configure it to allow incoming Internet
access.
8. If you fail to access DVR check all steps again.
9. If access speed is too slow and connection fails after access then:Go into MENU – EXTERNAL DEVICE – TCP/IP SETUP – CONNECTION SETUP
Increase TIMEOUT value if Internet line too slow. You can estimate minimum speed by going
into your PC DOS Command Mode and executing TRACERT on the DVR IP address. Now add
together all msec values displayed and use this as a base level.
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Dynamic IP Address from an Internet Service Provider
Customers using a dynamic I.P address on their Broadband connection are advised to source a
modem/router supporting “Dynamic DNS”within its firmware and to refer to the instructions provided
with that router in order to configure that service.
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Accessing the DVR using the Remote Software
Locally:
To access the DVR locally, that is from your local network on site from where the DVR is installed. Open the
remote viewing software and click on the “Settings”button. As far as TCP/IP connectivity is concerned only 4
entries need to be made:
1.
2.
3.
4.
IP address: Input the IP address that you assigned the DVR. As in the above example input
the private IP address of 192.168.001.105
Port: 50000(this has to match what is configured in the router and in the DVR)
User ID: (always leave the default “admin “)
Password: this must match what is configured in the DVR
4,8,16 channel default: null (NO PASSWORD)
Remotely:
To access the DVR remotely, that is from outside your local network, follow the above directions for accessing
locally, except for the IP address. Taking into consideration you have received a static IP from your Internet
Service provider, that static IP address is what you must enter into the software for connectivity to take place
(NOT the IP of the DVR). Please consult your router manual for information on port forwarding.
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6-2
Remote
Viewer
Software
1
Power button: Press the Power switch to exit the program.
2
Status window: Display the present time and date.
3
Screen Division button: Single, 4-split, 9-split or 16-split. When you select any of them, screen division button
is highlighted.
4
Setting, Playback and Sequence buttons:
a. Sequence: When in single channel view, click the sequence button to switch all active
5
channels to the speed specified in the Settings menu.
b. Setting:
Enables software configuration.
c. Live:
Exit to display mode.
d. Playback:
Enables remote playback.
Channel number button : Select the channel that you want to view in single channel view.
6
PTZ control : You can control a PTZ camera via the software with these controls.
a. First, you must input or configure the specific PTZ protocol into the software in order to
communicate with the PTZ device. This includes protocol, address and baud rate.
b. When you press any of the controls for the PTZ, please press and hold the button for 1-2 seconds to
compensate for the data transmission rate. If you do not and instead simply click the PTZ buttons, you
may get undesired results (having the requested operation transmitted repeatedly.)
c. The plus and minus buttons send the PTZ commands to the corresponding PTZ camera ID.
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Time selection: Select the time of the start of the recording by moving the cursor using the mouse.
8
Calendar: Use the calendar to select the date of the search. The grey filled square indicates the
earliest date found on the hard drive/s. The outlined square indicates the latest date on
the hard drive. Select the date to play back. If you select a non-recorded date, the unit will
start at the earliest file on the hard drive/s.
9
Command buttons
SAVE: Press STOP PLAYBACK [C9] then click SAVE to save the currently viewed image
in jpg format.
PRINT: Press STOP PLAYBACK [C9] then click PRINT to print the currently viewed image.
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EVENT: Search events on DVR unit (Motion/Alarm/Video Loss)
RECORD: Press RECORD to download playback images from the DVR to your PC. Saved
images can be viewed using Windows Media Player.
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CONTROL BUTTONS
C1
C2
C3
C4
C5
C6
C7
C8
C9
C1 PLAY FAST BACKWARDS
C2 PLAY BACKWARDS (1X)
C3 PLAY FORWARDS (1X)
C4 PLAY FAST FORWARDS
C5 STOP PLAYBACK
C6 MOVE TO START OF RECORDING
C7 MOVE TO PREVIOUS HOUR
C8 MOVE TO NEXT HOUR
C9 MOVE TO END OF RECORDING
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CONNECT BUTTON
Press Connect button to view in live view mode. The delay time depends upon your Internet
connection.
DISCONNECT BUTTON
Press the Disconnect button to disconnect the DVR unit. You can then power off the software.
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NETWORK SPEED (optional facility)
(+) Increase the network speed which lowers the picture quality.
(-) Decrease the network speed which improves the picture quality.
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IP / PORT Setting Screen
SMART2
192.168.1.160
50000
admin
SMART2
192.168.1.160
50000
IP LIST
SELECT
SAVE
DELETE
MANUAL
Input IP address and PORT manually
DDNS
Receive IP address and PORT from DDNS Server
DVR NAME
Name allocated to IP Address
IP ADDRESS
The IP address to be used on this DVR
USER ID
Always enter admin
PORT
Enter the Port Number assigned to the DVR. Recommend PORT 50000
PASSWORD
This must match the password on the DVR. Recommend just using numbers.
IP LIST
List of IP address/es set
SELECT
Select NAME, IP and PORT in the IP LIST
SAVE
Save IP and PORT in the IP LIST
DELETE
Delete IP and PORT in the IP LIST
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DDNS Setting
Member ID
Name
memberid
Save
name
Load
admin
Connect
Member ID
Input member ID which is registered at DDNS server
Name
Input DVR name which is registered at DDNS server
Save
Save Member ID and Name
Load
Load Member ID and Name which is saved in Remote Viewer Software
User ID
ID set in DVR. Default is admin.
Password
DVR password
Connect
Download DVR IP address and PORT from DDNS server.
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PTZ/SAVE Setting Screen
Circular Monitoring Interval
64X
Circular Monitoring Interval: This determines the speed at which the channels sequence, when
the SEQUENCE button is used from the main interface.
Scan Rate: Set playback speed
PTZ TYPE: If using PTZ device or camera, select the protocol your PTZ camera is using from the list of pre
configured protocols.
PTZ Baud rate: Setup PTZ camera baud rate.
Set Path to Save Recorded Images:
Determines the location and folder on your PC where the saved video clips are stored.
Run in full screen mode: When checked, this will enable the program to re-adjust the interface to
completely fill your computer screen.
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6.3 Backup CD Player
The DVR units have a built-in CD-RW and users can backup copies of images to a CD. Using the
Back-up CD Player you can see view images on backup CD and the function of the buttons are
explained below:
1
2
Time: Current time.
Status Window: Start & End of time & date, Status of operating button. When user plays forwards or
backwards, the recorded time will appear.
3
Screen division: Select Full / 4 / 9 / 16 split screen.
4
Channel button: Select channel to see pictures in full screen.
5
Audio Playback: When you open a file, the audio OSD menu initiates automatically.
Audio ON: Check box to output recorded sound then select audio channel.
Skip: Set the number of images to skip forward.
CH 01 ~ 04: Select the audio channel to play 01, 02, 03 or 04.
During playback, only one channel is displayed. Multi or Full screen mode cannot be changed.
6
Function buttons: These consist of :- OPEN, EDIT, AVI SAVE and EXIT.
OPEN: Open the backup CD Player.
EDIT: User can edit, save and print recorded images. The edit option only works when one camera is
selected. Note during playback only 9a, d, e and g are controlled.
AVI SAVE: Saves backup file as an AVI file.
EXIT: Exit from Back-up CD Player.
7
Slide Bar: Use the cursor to move to a selected time
8
Speed: User can adjust play speed by clicking on up/down arrow keys.
Speed (1/4X, 1/2X, 1X, 2X, 4X, 8X, 16X)
Delay: (1,2,4,8,16,32)
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Operation buttons: User can search recorded data using these buttons.
Move the slide bar to start position
Play fast backward in preset speed
Play backward at 1x speed
Pause
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
Play forward at 1x speed
Move the slide bar to end position
Play fast forward in preset speed
Image EDIT
1
3
2
4
5
EDIT BUTTON: User can adjust colour picture quality using this button.
1
Contrast
1a)
2
lowers contrast
increases brightness
2b)
reduces brightness
increases sharpness
3b)
reduces sharpness
SHARPNESS
3a)
4
1b)
BRIGHTNESS
2a)
3
increases contrast
SAVE: 4a) User can save an image in JPEG format. It is saved in CD Player
Backup
5
PRINT: 5b) User can print current image selected.
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1 2 3 4
5
7. Programmer reference
6 7 8 9
1)
Connector Pin Assignment
No
RS-232C
Description
No
Description
1
DCD
Data Carrier Detect
6
DSR
Data Set Ready
2
RxD
Receive Data
7
RTS
RS232C:Rx/Tx data
3
TxD
Transmit Data
8
4
DTR
Data Terminal Data
9
5
GND
Signal Ground
2)
RS232 ASCII-CODE
The information regarding ASCII codes for programmers is only supplied as reference material
and is not supported. We regret we cannot offer any assistance about issues concerning these
commands nor can we guarantee the integrity of the information supplied.
The following table is based on the 16 channel DVR and all ASCII code is 1 Byte.
PANIC
‘
R’ DOWN
‘
J’
PTZ
‘
T’
KLOCK
‘
C’
CH5
‘
5’
CH12
‘
@’
STOP
‘
S’
LEFT
‘
H’
ZOOM
‘
Z’
ULOCK
‘
O’
CH6
‘
6’
CH13
‘
#’
PLAY
‘
P’
RIGHT
‘
K’
FRZ
‘
F’
QPLAY
‘
Y’
CH7
‘
7’
CH14
‘
$’
PAUSE
‘
A’
NEXT
‘
N’
MODE
‘
D’
CH1
‘
1’
CH8
‘
8’
CH15
‘
%’
Search
‘
E’ ENTER
0x0d
PIP
‘
I’
CH2
‘
2’
CH9
‘
9’
CH16
‘
^’
MENU
‘
M’
-
‘
<’
SEQ
‘
Q’
CH3
‘
3’
CH10
‘
0’
UP
‘
U’
+
‘
>’
J.SHU
‘
L’
CH4
‘
4’
CH11
‘
!’
Jog / Shuttle
When [ACTIVE] LED is on, Jog/Shuttle is ready to activated by the commands below.
Shuttle 0 degree
Shuttle Right 10 degree
Shuttle Right 20 degree
Shuttle Right 30 degree
Shuttle Right 40 degree
Shuttle Right 50 degree
Shuttle Right 60 degree
Shuttle Right 70 degree
Jog Minus
“&>0”[enter]
“&>1”[enter]
Shuttle Left 10 degree
Shuttle Left 10 degree
“&<1”[enter]
“&<2”[enter]
“&>2”[enter]
“&>3”[enter]
“&>4”[enter]
“&>5”[enter]
“&>6”[enter]
“&>7”[enter]
Shuttle Left 10 degree
Shuttle Left 10 degree
Shuttle Left 10 degree
Shuttle Left 10 degree
Shuttle Left 10 degree
Shuttle Left 10 degree
“&-”[enter]
Jog Plus
“&<3”[enter]
“&<4”[enter]
“&<5”[enter]
“&<6”[enter]
“&<7”[enter]
“&<8”[enter]
“&+”[enter]
Shuttle: After inputting a command once, it will keep performing the command until next
command received.
Jog: This is a one time operation command like a press button.
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Key Release for PTZ function
power on , light on
“1”
power off , light off
“2”
iris open
“3”
iris close
“4”
focus near
“5”
focus far
“6”
zoom in
“7”
zoom out
“8”
set preset
“9”
clear preset
“0”
goto preset
“!”
auto scan
“@”
tilt up
“u”
tilt down
“j”
pan left
“h”
pan right
“k”
“&Z”
To stop transmitting the code to DVR via RS232.
1) Set preset
“T”
“U”, “J”, “H”, “K” (To move to required position)
“&Z”
“&+”,”&-“ (To set other preset point)
“9”(set preset)
2) Clear preset
“T”
“0”
“&Z”
“&+”,”&-“ (To choose preset to delete)
“enter”
“!”
“&Z”
“&+”,”&-“ (To go to preset required)
“enter”
3) Goto preset
“T”
Reference
1. Functions where the OSD [xx] to the right of the function are not seen, pressing “1”or “2”will bring
it up.
2. Operations such as ‘
clear preset’take effect after pressing the ‘
0’key causing the last preset to be
deleted even though it may not be the desired action. Instead use the next key ‘
N’until ‘
clear
preset’is up then choose the preset to be deleted followed by enter.
3. For units lacking a front panel jog shuttle the ‘
15/F3’and 16/F4’ASCII front panel equivalent can be
used.
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CHAP. 7 Specifications
CHAP. 8 Specifications
•The best picture quality in Playback (JPEG-2000)
•Real time live display on all channels
•4 channel video 240(200) ips recording capability •Triplex
(Recording/Playback/Ethernet)
•Multi-language menu
•Remote monitoring and download through network
•Convenient search function with Jog-shuttle
•USB (Device) port for firmware upgrade
•Easy PTZ camera control by pre-assigned buttons
•Password Protection
•Remote Controller
Multiplex function
Storage
Internal
Capacity
Video
Inputs
Outputs
HDD
CD-R/DVD-R
Triplex (Playback/Recording/Ethernet)
Up to 2 HDDs with no capacity limitation
For backup
Composite
Composite
VGA
Loop-through
Compression
Comp. Rates
(Image size
fixed)
4Ch
2Ch (Monitor/Spot Monitor)
1Ch (Supporting TFT LCD Monitor/Option)
4Ch
JPEG-2000
Basic
Normal
Enhanced
Fine
Super Fine
Display Speed
Real Time Display
Record/Search Record Mode
Schedule (Time, Motion, Alarm), Emergency
Search Mode
Event Search,Date/Time,Search Bar(Jog/Shuttle)
Record Speed (NTSC/PAL)
Full (120/100), Dual(240/200), Quad(480/400)
Record Resolution (PAL)
Full (720/288), Dual(360x288), Quad(360x144)
Multi-language
English,Spanish,German,French,Italian,Russian,Dutch,Polish,Portuguese.
Switching Interval
1 ~ 99 seconds selectable
Line Division Screen
1 / 4 split
Digital Zoom, Freeze, PIP, SEQ, Event Popup
Alarm
Inputs
4 Alarms (NO/NC selectable in SETUP menu)
Outputs
1 (NO/NC)
Post Alarm
Duration of Alarm Output: 1 ~ 300 secs
Motion Detection
Area division: 16 x 12 / Detection 32 x 24
Network
Ethernet(TCP/IP), Remote Viewer provided
Backup
VCR,CD-R, DVD-R, Download via TCP/IP
PTZ Control
RS485, Key Control
Firmware Upgrade
USB port for firmware upgrade, CD-R/DVD-R
Serial Interface
RS485
For PTZ camera control
RS232C
For operation using PC keyboard- not supported
Audio
Input
4Ch Microphone Input
Output
1Ch Speaker Output
Power Requirements
DC 12v 6.67A adaptor
Weight
8.5Kg
Dimensions (Wide x Height x Depth)
436 x 396 x 88
Packing
600 x 520 x 180
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4 Channel Record time table.
Basic
14K
Normal
19K
PAL
Enhanced
24K
Fine
29K
Super Fine
32K
80
33 Hr
25 Hr
19 Hr
16 Hr
15 Hr
160
67 Hr
49 Hr
39 Hr
32 Hr
29 Hr
250
104 Hr
77 Hr
61 Hr
50 Hr
46 Hr
300
125 Hr
92 Hr
73 Hr
60 Hr
55 Hr
400
166 Hr
123 Hr
97 Hr
80 Hr
73 Hr
500
208 Hr
154 Hr
121 Hr
100 Hr
91 Hr
600
250 Hr
184 Hr
146 Hr
120 Hr
109 Hr
800
333 Hr
246 Hr
194 Hr
160 Hr
146 Hr
1000
416 Hr
307 Hr
243 Hr
200 Hr
182 Hr
Basic
14K
Normal
19K
PAL
Enhanced
24K
Fine
29K
Super Fine
32K
80
17 Hr
12 Hr
10 Hr
8 Hr
7 Hr
160
33 Hr
25 Hr
19 Hr
16 Hr
15 Hr
250
52 Hr
38 Hr
30 Hr
25 Hr
23 Hr
300
62 Hr
46 Hr
36 Hr
30 Hr
27 Hr
400
83 Hr
61 Hr
49 Hr
40 Hr
36 Hr
500
104 Hr
77 Hr
61 Hr
50 Hr
46 Hr
600
125 Hr
92 Hr
73 Hr
60 Hr
55 Hr
800
166 Hr
123 Hr
97 Hr
80 Hr
73 Hr
1000
208 Hr
154 Hr
121 Hr
100 Hr
91 Hr
HDD Capacity
(GB)
8/16 Channel Record time table.
HDD Capacity
(GB)
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