Cubitech Premium series User`s manual

Premium Series H.264 DVR
User’s Manual
▪ H.264 Stand-Alone DVR
▪ Superior Video Quality
▪ S-ATA Hard Disc Drive
▪ USB Mouse & Backup
▪ Advanced Network Features
Preface
We welcome you as a new user of the world's best digital video recorder (DVR), and the leading
Digital Video Surveillance System. For effective usage, please read this manual carefully. For
future reference, please keep this manual close to hand.
Copyright/Authentication/Trademark/Limited Warranty
Copyright
This manual is produced under copyright law. None of its contents may be copied or duplicated
without prior approval.
Copyright 2009~
Authentication
CE, FCC, KCC
Trademark
Ethernet(TM) is the trademark of Xerox Corporation.
Microsoft(TM), MS-DOS(TM), Windows(TM logo), Windows(TM) and Windows NT(TM) are the
trademarks of Microsoft Corporation, used in the United States and elsewhere.
Limited Warranty
• The manufacturer, importer and agent shall not be responsible for accidental damage (including
injury) and other damage caused by inappropriate use or operation of this product.
• The information in this manual is prepared based on the current specifications for the product.
The manufacturer is currently adding new functions and will continue to upgrade the product
with new technology. All specifications may be changed without notice to individual users.
Cautions
We strongly recommend that users read all safety cautions carefully before operating the product,
to operate the product appropriately.
Since the indicated cautions contain critical safety information, they must be fully complied with.
The cautions are categorized into Danger, Warning, Caution and Important.
Risk of death or serious injury.
This is the highest priority danger warning.
Risk of serious or lesser degree of injury.
May also cause damage to the product or to property.
Risk of minor injury or damage.
Requirements or limitations regarding operation. Users are
recommended to read the relevant details carefully so as to
operate the product properly and without harm.
The above cautions indicate the degree of damage that may occur due to inappropriate use of
the system.
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Risk of death or serious injury.
This is the highest priority danger warning.
• RISK OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS REPLACED BY INCORRECT TYPE. DISPOSE OF USED
BATTERY ACCORDING TO THE INSTRCTIONS.
• THIS EQUIPMENT IS INDOOR USE AND ALL THE COMMUNICATION WIRINGS ARE LIMITED TO
INSIDE OF THE BUILDING.
• Please connect the power cord only to the type of AC outlet indicated in the manual or product
specification. If connected to other types of power outlet, fire and electric shock may result.
• Do not expose the product to moisture and dampness. Doing so may result in fire and electric
shock.
• Do not place heavy objects on top of the power cord. Damage to the power cord may result in
fire and electric shock.
• Do not place containers with liquid or small metal objects on top of the product. Liquid or small
metal objects getting into the unit may lead to fire and electric shock.
• Do not score, bend, twist, pull or heat the power cord. Damage to the power cord may lead to
fire and electric shock.
• Do not remove the top casing of the product. Doing so may result in electric shock. If internal
examination and maintenance are deemed necessary, contact the authorized system vendors
or installers.
• Do not modify the product in any way. Doing so may lead to fire and electric shock.
• In case of lightning, immediately turn off the power switch and remove the power cord from
the power outlet. Failure to do so may result in fire and electric shock.
• Please use only the power cord supplied with the product. Use of other power cords may result
in fire and electric shock.
• In case of smoke, smell or noise, immediately turn off the power switch and remove the power
cord from the power outlet. Continued operation of the product may result in fire and electric
shock. Request a maintenance service from the authorized system vendors or installers.
• If the product is dropped or damaged, turn off the power switch and remove the power cord
from the power outlet. Continued operation of the product may result in fire and electric shock.
Users should request a maintenance service from the authorized system vendors or installers.
• Do not touch the product with wet hands. Doing so may result in electric shock.
Risk of serious or lesser degree of injury.
May also cause damage to the product or to property.
• Do not leave the power cord or other cables in passageways. Passers-by may trip and fall.
• Avoid contact with water or beverages. Contact with water or beverages may result in damage
that cannot be repaired.
• In case of lightning, immediately turn off the power switch and remove the power cord from
the power outlet. The product may otherwise be damaged.
• Excessive current from the product and the camera may result in an electric shock. Connect the
power cord to an external device only when the products themselves are disconnected from
their power supply.
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Risk of minor injury or damage.
• If a foreign substance is stuck to the product, remove it using a soft cloth or tissue. Do not use
chemical agents (thinner, solvent, etc.) to remove the substance.
• Do not operate or store the product in the following places.
- An area that is either too cold or too hot
- An area of high humidity, or in front of an air-conditioner, or in places subject to sudden
temperature changes
- An area where there is excessive dust
- Areas where heat from the product cannot be emitted through both of the product's side
ventilation openings
• Do not place credit cards/telephone cards/bank account books/tickets and other objects with
magnetic properties near the product.
• Static electricity may cause damage to the internal parts of the product. Please remove static
electricity from your body before touching the rear panel and internal electronic parts of the
product.
• If this product is damaged beyond repair or reaches its maximum service life, dispose of it in
compliance with local laws and regulations regarding the disposal of lead and plastic waste.
Requirements or limitations regarding operation. Users are
recommended to read the relevant details carefully so as to
operate the product properly and without harm.
• The product may not work properly if the power source is unstable or and if electric shock
occurs. Make sure the correct rated power is available.
• The product is designed to be proof against electric power failures; however, damage may
occur as a result of power failure. Current data may be damaged or data might not be
recorded. Make sure to use an Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS).
• Since the product is designed to record video data on the hard disk, an error in the hard disk or
other miscellaneous errors might prevent the product from recording properly. Periodic
maintenance is required for proper operation of the product.
• The product is designed for users to configure their own interface. However a user
configuration error could lead to operation malfunction. This product should be set up by
certified installers only.
• Since the product is connected - and tightly coupled - to exterior accessories (camera, sensor,
LAN, Hard Disk, etc.), there is a risk of malfunction from external causes. Ensure periodic
maintenance by the certified installers.
• Use the rack mounting handle provided with the product for installation.
• In this product, 1 Kbyte equals 1,024 bytes, 1 Mbyte equals 1,024,000 bytes and 1 Gbyte
equals 1,024,000,000 bytes.
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Contents
Preface ............................................................................................... 1
Copyright/Authentication/Trademark/Limited Warranty ................................................ 1
Cautions ................................................................................................................... 1
Contents............................................................................................. 4
Chapter 1. Introduction ..................................................................... 6
1. The System ......................................................................................................... 6
2. General Features ................................................................................................ 6
3. Specification ....................................................................................................... 7
Chapter 2. System Installation .......................................................... 9
1. Package Contents ............................................................................................... 9
2. Connecting Devices .......................................................................................... 10
2-1. 4 Channel Premium DVR................................................................................... 10
2-2. 8/16 Channel Premium DVR .............................................................................. 12
3. Cautions ........................................................................................................... 14
Chapter 3. Using DVR....................................................................... 15
1. Basic Operation ................................................................................................ 15
1-1. Front Panel & IR Remote Controller ................................................................... 15
Description....................................................................................................... 15
1-2. Turning on the System...................................................................................... 16
1-3. Menu Bar......................................................................................................... 16
1-4. Display Icons ................................................................................................... 17
1-5. User or Admin Login ......................................................................................... 18
1-6. The Main Menu ................................................................................................ 18
1-7. Contextual Menu .............................................................................................. 20
2. DVR Configuration............................................................................................ 21
2-1. SYSTEM........................................................................................................... 21
2-1-1.MENU>SYSTEM>Information ................................................................... 21
2-1-2. MENU > SYSTEM > Date & Time............................................................. 22
2-1-3. MENU > SYSTEM > User......................................................................... 22
2-1-4. MENU > SYSTEM > Quick Setup.............................................................. 23
2-1-5. MENU > SYSTEM > System Log .............................................................. 23
2-2. DEVICE............................................................................................................ 24
2-2-1. MENU > DEVICE > Camera..................................................................... 24
2-2-2. MENU > DEVICE > Audio........................................................................ 25
2-2-3. MENU > DEVICE > Alarm........................................................................ 25
2-2-4. MENU > DEVICE > Keyboard .................................................................. 26
2-2-5. MENU > DEVICE > RS232 & RS485 ......................................................... 26
2-3. DISPLAY .......................................................................................................... 27
2-3-1. MENU > DISPLAY > Display .................................................................... 27
2-3-2. MENU > DISPLAY > Monitoring ............................................................... 28
2-4. RECORD .......................................................................................................... 28
2-4-1. MENU > RECORD > Storage ................................................................... 28
2-4-2. MENU > RECORD > Record..................................................................... 29
2-4-3. MENU > RECORD > Record Tools ............................................................ 30
2-5. NETWORK ....................................................................................................... 31
2-5-1. MENU > NETWORK > Address ................................................................ 31
2-5-2. MENU > NETWORK > DDNS ................................................................... 31
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2-5-3. MENU > NETWORK > Notification ........................................................... 32
2-5-4. MENU > NETWORK > Transmission ......................................................... 32
2-6. EVENT ............................................................................................................. 33
2-6-1. MENU > EVENT > Sensor ....................................................................... 33
2-6-2. MENU > EVENT > Motion ....................................................................... 34
2-6-3. MENU > EVENT > Video Loss.................................................................. 35
2-6-4. MENU > EVENT > Text-In ....................................................................... 36
2-6-5. MENU > EVENT > System....................................................................... 37
3. Playback ........................................................................................................... 38
3-1. Go to Time....................................................................................................... 38
3-2. Calendar Search ............................................................................................... 38
3-3. Event Search.................................................................................................... 39
3-4. Text-In Search.................................................................................................. 39
3-5. Backup Data Playback ...................................................................................... 40
3-6. Playback Control .............................................................................................. 40
4. Backup.............................................................................................................. 41
4-1. Backup ............................................................................................................ 41
4-2. Instant Backup................................................................................................. 41
4-3. Clip Maker........................................................................................................ 42
Chapter 4. Remote Software NEMON .............................................. 43
1. NEMON Installation .......................................................................................... 43
2. Using NEMON ................................................................................................... 45
2-1. Starting the Software........................................................................................ 45
2-2. Site Set Up ...................................................................................................... 46
2-3. Favorite Set Up ................................................................................................ 48
2-4. Play Backup Data ............................................................................................. 49
2-5. Play Independent HDD Data on PC.................................................................... 49
3. Remote Playback .............................................................................................. 50
3-1. Calendar Search ............................................................................................... 50
3-2. Event Search.................................................................................................... 51
3-3. Saving the recorded data .................................................................................. 51
4. Setup ................................................................................................................ 53
4-1. Nemon Setup ................................................................................................... 53
4-2. Remote Setup .................................................................................................. 55
4-3. Remote Upgrade .............................................................................................. 55
5. Nemon Callback................................................................................................ 56
Appendix A. Remote Access Using I.E. ............................................ 58
COMPLIANCE NOTICE OF FCC: ............................................................................. 59
WEEE (Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment)................................................. 59
ROHS Compliance................................................................................................. 59
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Chapter 1. Introduction
1. The System
This product is the one that you are looking for quite long time. Eventually, The DVR which is
high performance real time DVR based on H.264, you can enjoy the full benefit of latest
compression H.264 and be free from headache because of stability of the DVR.
This product can distinguish the recorded data clearly compare to MPEG4 due to the motion
artifact and will find the tremendous difference. It's your turn to enjoy the true solution for Digital
Video Recorder with brand new product.
2. General Features
• True H.264 Standard Video Compression
• Embedded Linux System to give you the Ultimate Reliability
• Dedicated DB Structure for Stability
• Various Recording Resolution D1/Half D1/CIF
• CMS (Central Monitoring System)
• Easy Setup same like DVR GUI in CMS
• Web Monitoring, Searching and Setup
• Own Media Player for Backup Playback
• Four USB Port for Mouse operation, Multi USB Hub and Backup (Two USB Port in 4Ch.DVR)
• Up to Four SATA HDD and No Limitation of Capacity (Up to Two SATA HDD in 4Ch.DVR)
• Two- Way Audio
• Multiple DVRs can be operated with One Keyboard Controller
• Text-In & Relay Output Support
• Real Time Recording and Multi Ch. Playback
• 8/16 Audio Input (4 Mic Input) support (4 Line-In in 4Ch.DVR)
• Archiving Function to Secure the High Stability for Recorded Data
• 4 Spot Output with Event Pop up Function (1 Spot Output in 4Ch.DVR)
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3. Specification
Model
4 Channel Premium DVR
In
4 BNC
Out
1VGA,& 1 BNC Main, 1 Spot Output
In
4 RCA (Line-In)
Out
1 RCA (Line-Out)
Sensor In
4 TTL
Video
Audio
Device
Display
Alarm Out
2 Relay + 2 TTL
I/O Interface
RS232, RS485, USB2.0 x 1, USB1.1 x 1 for Mouse
Speed
Real Time
Resolution
720 x 480 (NTSC), 720 x 576 (PAL)
Split Screen
1, 4, PIP, Digital Zoom
Compression
H.264 Codec
120fps@CIF(NTSC)
100fps@CIF(PAL)
Recording
Speed /
60fps@Half D1(NTSC)
Resolution
50fps@Half D1(PAL)
30fps@D1(NTSC)
25fps@D1(PAL)
Playback
Picture Quality
Very High, High, Standard, Low
Mode
Time-lapse, Event, Time & Event, Emergency (Panic)
Display
1, 4, Digital Zoom
Search Mode
Calendar Search, Event Search, Text-In Search, Go to Time
Playback Mode
Network
Multi Channel Normal & Reverse Play,
RW & FF ( x2, x4, x8, x16, x32), Frame to Frame, Pause
Interface
Ethernet (10/100 Base)
Protocol
TCP/IP, HTTP, DHCP
Application
Live, Playback, Setup, Notification (Callback, E-Mail)
Web Browse
Internet Explorer 7 or higher
Storage
1xSATA HDD & 1xSATA ODD (or max. 2 SATA HDD w/o ODD)
Backup
CD & DVD-RW, External HDD(USB), External USB Memory
Control
Front Panel Button, USB Mouse,
IR Remote Controller, Joystick Controller
OSD
Graphic User Interface (Multilingual)
Approval
FCC, CE, KCC
ROHS
ROHS Compliance
Power Consumption
DC12V, 3.33A (40W)
Operating Temperature
5°C ~ 40°C / 41°F~104°F
Operating Humidity
0%~80% / non-condensing
Dimension
340(W)x67(H)x265(D)mm / 13.39(W)x2.64(H)x10.43(D)inch
Weight
2Kg
/ 4.4lb (without ODD, HDD)
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Model
8 Channel Premium DVR
In
Video
Out
In
Audio
Device
Display
8 BNC
16 BNC
1VGA,& 1 BNC Main, 4 Spot Output
8 RCA (4 Mic in, 4 Line in)
Out
Sensor In
Alarm Out
8 TTL
16 TTL
4 Relay + 4 TTL
4 Relay + 12 TTL
I/O Interface
RS232, RS485, USB2.0 x 3, USB1.1 x 1 for Mouse
Speed
Real Time
Resolution
720 x 480 (NTSC), 720 x 576 (PAL)
Split Screen
1,4,9,PIP,Digital Zoom
400fps@CIF(PAL)
Speed /
120fps@Half D1(NTSC)
240fps@Half D1(NTSC)
Resolution
100fps@Half D1(PAL)
200fps@Half D1(PAL)
60fps@D1(NTSC)
120fps@D1(NTSC)
50fps@D1(PAL)
100fps@D1(PAL)
Picture Quality
Very High, High, Standard, Low
Mode
Time-lapse, Event, Time & Event, Emergency (Panic)
Search Mode
Playback Mode
1, 4, 9, Digital Zoom
1,4,9,13,16,Digital Zoom
Calendar Search, Event Search, Text-In Search, Go to Time
Multi Channel Normal & Reverse Play,
RW & FF ( x2, x4, x8, x16, x32), Frame to Frame, Pause
Interface
Ethernet (10/100 Base)
Protocol
TCP/IP, HTTP, DHCP
Application
Live, Playback, Setup, Notification (Callback, E-Mail)
Web Browse
Internet Explorer 7 or higher
Storage
3xSATA HDD & 1xSATA ODD (or max. 4 SATA HDD w/o ODD)
Backup
CD & DVD-RW, External HDD(USB), External USB Memory
Control
Front Panel Button, USB Mouse,
IR Remote Controller, Joystick Controller
OSD
Graphic User Interface (Multilingual)
Approval
FCC, CE, KCC
ROHS
ROHS Compliance
Power Consumption
DC12V, 6.67A (80W)
Operating Temperature
5°C ~ 40°C / 41°F~104°F
Operating Humidity
0%~80% / non-condensing
Dimension
430(W)x88(H)x428(D)mm / 16.93(W)x3.5(H)x16.85(D)inch
Weight
8
480fps@CIF(NTSC)
200fps@CIF(PAL)
Display
Network
1,4,9,13,16,PIP,Digital Zoom
H.264 Codec
240fps@CIF(NTSC)
Playback
16 RCA(4 Mic in,12 Line in)
1 RCA (Line Out)
Compression
Recording
16 Channel Premium DVR
6Kg
/ 13lb (without HDD)
Chapter 2. System Installation
1. Package Contents
The following components are included in the product:
DVR Unit
DC Adaptor
Power Cord
CD
(User's Manual
& Network S/W)
Remote Controller
Quick Guide
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2. Connecting Devices
2-1. 4 Channel Premium DVR
The rear panel of the 4 channel premium DVR comprises the following:
• Front USB: Two USB ports are provided to connect external devices like HDD, ODD, Flash
memory for Backup, System upgrade or USB mouse on the front panel. A USB mouse can be
connected only front panel USB port dedicated only for mouse.
Video Input
Connect the coaxial cables from the cameras to the BNC video connectors.
Loop-Through Video
Connect the coaxial cables from the Loop BNC connector to another device.
Audio Input
The DVR can record audio up to 4 sources. Connect the audio sources
to the Audio-In RCA connectors. All channels need external preamplifiers.
It is the user's responsibility to determine if local laws and regulations
permit recording audio.
Audio Out
The DVR does not have amplified audio output, so you will need a speaker with and amplifier.
Video Output
Connect the main monitor to either the Video Out (CVBS) or VGA
out connector. Connect the spot monitors to the SPOT OUT
connectors as needed.
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ETC
• RS-232C: An RS-232C connector is provided to connect an ATM or POS machine for Text-In
function. Use a cable with a DB9 (female) connector to connect to the DVR.
• Network: Connect a Cat5 cable with an RJ-45 connector to the DVR connector for remote
monitoring, remote playback, remote setup. See Chapter 3-2. DVR Configuration for
configuring the Network connections.
• Reset: The DVR has a Reset switch that will only be used to return all the settings to the
original factory settings. To reset the unit, turn the DVR off first. Turn it on again while poking
the straightened paperclip in the reset hole. Hold the switch until the DVR is initializing.
• Power Connector: Connect adapter cable to the power connector on the rear panel. (DC12V,
3.33A) Input AC power to the adapter. (free voltage from 100V to 240V, 50/60Hz)
RS485/ALARM/SENSOR
The RS485 connector can be used to control PTZ cameras. The
DVR can also be controlled remotely by a control keyboard.
4 alarm output connectors are provided to connect external
alarms such as sirens or lights. 2 alarm output connectors have
internal relays and the others are TTL signals.
4 sensor input connectors are provided to connect external devices. You can use sensors to signal
the DVR with event. To make connections on the terminal block, press and hold the button and
insert the wire in the hole below the button.
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2-2. 8/16 Channel Premium DVR
The rear panels of the 6/18 channel premium DVR comprise the following:
[8 Channel Premium Model]
[16 Channel Premium Model]
Video Input
Connect the coaxial cables from the cameras to the BNC video connectors.
Loop-Through Video
Connect the coaxial cables from the Loop BNC connector to another device.
Audio Input
The DVR can record audio up to 16(8) sources. Connect the audio sources to the Audio-In RCA
connectors. 1~4 Channel connectors have internal pre-amplifiers for directly connecting
microphones and other channels need external pre-amplifiers.
It is the user's responsibility to determine if local laws and regulations permit recording audio.
Video Output
Connect the main monitor to either the Video Out (CVBS) or VGA out connector. Connect the spot
monitors to the SPOT1~4 connectors as needed. (Premium model only)
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ETC
• Audio Out: The DVR does not have amplified audio output, so you will need a speaker with
and amplifier.
• RS-232C: An RS-232C connector is provided to connect an ATM or POS machine for Text-In
function. Use a cable with a DB9 (female) connector to connect to the DVR.
• Network: Connect a Cat5 cable with an RJ-45 connector to the DVR connector for remote
monitoring, remote playback, remote setup. See Chapter 3-2. DVR Configuration for
configuring the Network connections.
• USB: Four USB ports are provided to connect external devices like HDD, ODD, Flash memory
for Backup, System upgrade or USB mouse. Two USB ports is located on the rear panel and the
other two are on the front panel. A USB mouse can be connected only front panel USB port
dedicated only for mouse.
• Reset: The DVR has a Reset switch that will only be used to return all the settings to the
original factory settings. To reset the unit, turn the DVR off first. Turn it on again while poking
the straightened paperclip in the reset hole. Hold the switch until the DVR is initializing.
• Power Connector: Connect adapter cable to the power connector on the rear panel. (DC12V,
6.67A) Input AC power to the adapter. (free voltage from 100V to 240V, 50/60Hz)
Sensor Input
16(8) sensor input connectors are provided to connect external
devices. You can use sensors to signal the DVR with event. To
make connections on the terminal block, press and hold the
button and insert the wire in the hole below the button.
Alarm Output & RS485
16(8) alarm output connectors are provided to connect
external alarms such as sirens or lights. 4 alarm output
connectors have internal relays (Premium model only)
and the others are TTL signals.
The RS485 connector can be used to control PTZ
cameras. The DVR can also be controlled remotely by a
control keyboard.
• Front USB: Two USB ports are provided to connect external devices like HDD, ODD, Flash
memory for Backup, System upgrade or USB mouse on the front panel. A USB mouse can be
connected only front panel USB port dedicated only for mouse.
Note: This manual covers the 4-channel, 8-channel and 16-channel DVRs. The DVRs are
identical except for the number of cameras, audio inputs and alarms. The illustrations and
descriptions in this manual refer to the 16 channel model.
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3. Cautions
• Avoid installing the product where there are direct rays or it is hot by locating near from heat
generator. (May cause fire)
• Do not put vase, flowerpot, cup, cosmetics, drug, and anything the contain water on product.
(May cause fire or electric shock, and it may injure people by falling)
• Do not insert or drop any metal object (coin, hair pin) or flammable object (match, paper) into
air hole. (May cause fire or electric shock)
• Do not put any heavy object on it. (May injure people by being fell or destroyed.)
• Put power plug surely not to be moved. (If not, this may cause fire.)
• Unplug power plug and antenna when there are thunders and lightening. (May cause fire.)
• For cleaning the product, wipe surface with dry towel. Using chemical agent or cleaner may
change the color and unpeel paint.
• Do not put several plugs at same time. (May cause electric shock.) If there is smoke or strange
smell, stop operation. In this case, turn the power off and unplug it, and then contact our
service center. (If you keep using it, this may cause fire or electric shock.)
• Do not unplug by pulling cord. (If cord is damaged, it may cause fire or electric shock.)
• Do not plug or unplug with wet hands. (May cause electric shock.)
• Keep the power cord untwisted. (May cause fire or electric shock.)
• Use proper adapter. (Using too much electric power may cause fire or electric shock.)
• Do not install it at where exposed to rain and wind and water drop. (May cause fire, electric
shock and transformation.)
• Keep away from fire. (May cause fire.)
• Do not disassemble or remodel on your own. (May cause malfunction or electric shock.)
• Do not put next to flammable materials like flammable spray. (May cause fire.)
• Do not install it at a place with too much dirt. (May cause fire.)
• Do not install it on unstable places like shaking table and inclined place or shaking place. (May
injure users by falling down or being upside down.)
• Do not put an heavy object on power cord or avoid it from being pressed by the device. (May
cause fire or electric shock.)
• In case of using extension cord, do not use several devices at same time. (May cause fire with
abnormal heating of extension.)
• When there are dirt on power plug pin or power outlet, clean it nicely. (May cause fire.)
• Do not damage on power cord or plug, and bend or twist or pull too much, and put it between
other objects or heat. If power outlet insertion part is not tight, do not use it. (May cause fire
or electric shock.)
• Do not drop or give a shock to the product. (May injure people or cause malfunction.)
• Do not touch power adaptor or signal controller. (May cause electric shock.)
• Do not put any object too close to block cooling fan. (May cause fire.)
• In case of exchanging batteries with improper type, there might be danger of explosion.
• For used batteries, throw away separately from other garbage.
• When you take out batteries, avoid children from eating them by mistake. Keep them away
from children. (If a child ate them, contact a doctor right away.)
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Chapter 3. Using DVR
1. Basic Operation
1-1. Front Panel & IR Remote Controller
The DVR should be correctly installed before proceeding. The location and the shape of the
buttons may vary depending on the DVR model. (In 4-channel DVR, Only some of main buttons
most commonly used can be found on the front panel.)
Control
Description
Two USB ports are located on the front panel. A USB mouse
USB Port
can be connected USB port dedicated only for mouse as
picture directed.
Pressing camera buttons and Enter button will cause the
Camera Buttons (1~0)
selected camera to display full screen. Buttons are used to
enter passwords.
Enters the Setup Menu. User will need to enter the authorized
MENU / EXIT Button
password to assess Setup. In Playback mode, MENU button
displays the Playback Menu.
DISPLAY Button
SEQUENCE Button
Changes the screen display mode in the current screen or
playback screen.
Displays live channels sequentially.
Up, Down, Left, Right
These are used to change settings for the product in MENU
Arrow, ENTER Buttons
mode or used in PTZ control mode. (pan, tilt)
BACKUP Button
Copies recorded data to an external storage device.
PLAYBACK Button
Changes to the playback mode from the live mode.
Under playback mode, the button can be used to pause the
PAUSE Button
playback screen.
- Display menu to save PTZ preset under PTZ mode.
Plays the video forward. Press the button repeatedly to
increase play speed up to max 32 times (1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32
PLAY Button
times) faster. Use this button to move right when setting the
menu.
- Focus on far distance under PTZ mode.
Plays the video backward. Press the button repeatedly to
increase play speed up to max 32 times (1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32
R.PLAY Button
times) faster. Use this button to move right when setting the
menu.
- Zoom Out under PTZ mode.
Move forward by one frame under Pause. Use this button to
STEP FORWARD Button
move up when setting the menu.
- Focus on near distance under PTZ mode.
STEP BACKWARD Button
Move backward by one frame under Pause. Use this button to
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move down when setting the menu.
- Zoom In under PTZ mode.
EJECT Button
PTZ Button
ZOOM Button
PIP Button
It will open or close the backup drive such as CD-RW or DVD
- Display menu to load PTZ presets under PTZ mode.
Changes to the PTZ control mode from the live mode.
Zooms the current image on the screen.
Changes to PIP screen mode from live screen.
FREEZE Button
Freeze the current screen.
AUDIO Button
Selects a camera for live & playback audio output.
SPOT Button
Assigns the SPOT output channel.
OSD Button
Turns on/off the OSD display.
LOG Button
Checks the system’s log information.
ID Button
Selects the DVR system ID. (Remote controller only)
Pressing the E.REC button stars Emergency Recording Mode of
E.REC Button
all camera channels, and displays "!" on the screen. Pressing
the button again will stop E.REC mode.
Status LED
Power, HDD, Network, Alarm
1-2. Turning on the System
Connecting the power cord will turn on the power of DVR. It will take approximately 10 to 30
seconds for the system to be initialized. Once the system is initialized, it will display live screen,
and begin to record video automatically.
Note: To turn off the system, select SHUTDOWN under main menu (MENU > SHUTDOWN) and
unplug the power cord when the shutdown message appears.
Note: When installing the HDD for the first time, the HDD should be formatted first.
“MENU > RECORD > Storage > HDD format”
1-3. Menu Bar
The menu bar will appear on the bottom of the screen as shown below.
Pressing the Menu will bring up the main menu list.
Shows the % of HDD being used.
Turns on when the HDD is set to be overwritten.
Sequence display mode.
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Turns on when the system is connected to the network.
Turns on when the Alarm is being activated.
Archiving mode
E.REC (Emergency Recording) Mode.
Displays date & time.
IR Remote Controller
1-4. Display Icons
No Recording
Recording (Red)
E.REC (Emergency Recording)
Event Recording (Red)
Pre Event Recording (Blue)
Motion Detection
Sensor Detection
Text In
PTZ Camera
Instant Backup
Clip Maker (Blue)
Backup (Red)
Video Loss
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1-5. User or Admin Login
Press MENU to enter main menu screen. Login in screen appears to enter ID (Administrator or
User) and Password. Password can be set up to 8 numbers by the combination of numbers from
0 to 9. The factory default password is ‘none’ so press OK to log in to the system for a first time
log in. Password can be set under password set up option (MENU > SYSTEM > User). System will
be automatically log out if it is not in-use for sometime. This "Auto Logout Time" can be set
under password set up option (MENU > SYSTEM > User).
1-6. The Main Menu
The Main Menu of DVR consists of SYSTEM, DEVICE, DISPLAY, RECORD, NETWORK and EVENT.
And each menu consists of various sub menus that allow detail set up of the system. Use Mouse,
Remote Controller or Front Buttons to access to each menu.
Note: Please make sure the system log out is done when the system setting or operation
completed to prevent any unauthorized changes of system settings or operations.
MAIN MENU
Information
Date & Time
SYSTEM
User
Quick Setup
System Log
Camera
Audio
DEVICE
Alarm
Keyboard
RS232 & RS485
DISPLAY
Display
Monitoring
Storage
RECORD
Record
Record Tools
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Address
NETWORK
DDNS
Notification
Transmission
Sensor
Motion
EVENT
Video Loss
Text-In
System
LOGOUT
SHUTDOWN
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1-7. Contextual Menu
Additional Contextual Menu screen appears by pressing right button on the Mouse. Layout option
allows changing Camera on the monitor. Select preferred camera display option on the monitor.
Camera
: Select camera no.
Layout
: Select display mode (8/16 ch. DVR Only)
OSD
: Select OSD display option
Text-In OSD: On/Off Text-In OSD.
Freeze
: Pause current image display
Sequence : Begin sequence display
Zoom
: Zoom in image by X2
PIP
: Select PIP mode and camera
Spot
: Select each spot monitors’ display
Audio
: Select Audio outs
PTZ
: Select PTZ options
Backup
: Select backup options
Playback : Playback recorded data
E. Record : Start Emergency Recording
Log
: Select System/Event log
Eject
: Eject installed ODD
Setup Menu: Enter Main setup menu
For more information on Contextual Menu please refer to 2. DVR Configuration.
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2. DVR Configuration
2-1. SYSTEM
Under SYSTEM menu, System configuration options for general Information, Date &Time, User,
Quick Setup and System Log can be selected.
2-1-1.MENU>SYSTEM>Information
In the Information screen, DVR Name, System Version, Upgrade, Mac Address and Configuration
options can be selected. Highlight and press DVR Name
to enter or change DVR name. Name
the DVR by using the virtual keyboard.
To Upgrade the system, save the upgrade file to USB Flash Memory and connect it to DVR. Once
the Device is connected, press Upgrade button to execute system upgrade.
Upgrade will take approximately 5 minutes. DVR will reboot automatically when the upgrade is
completed.
Note: DO NOT remove USB Flash Memory or turn off the system during the upgrade. Removing
USB Flash Memory or Turning off the system during the upgrade may cause system
malfunctioning.
Remote Control ID
Enter Remote Control ID to control multiple DVRs individually. If Remote Control ID remains as 0,
Remote ID does not have to be selected when using remote controller. It will work as general ID
for any remote controls and a remote control will communicate with any DVRs with ID 0.
Video Type
The system automatically detects camera signal types as NTSC/PAL. But the system also offers
manual selection options for different signal types.
Configuration
System settings can be saved and loaded using Configuration option
Export: Save settings to USB Flash Memory
Import: Load saved settings from USB Flash Memory
Default: Load factory default settings
Note: Configuration Import does not affect or changes system and network settings.
Network settings will also not be changed when selecting Default option.
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2-1-2. MENU > SYSTEM > Date & Time
In the Date & Time, Time Zone, Date, Time,
NTP Server, Holiday options can be selected.
Highlight and press Time Zone
to select
right Time Zone.
Select ‘Use Daylight Saving Time’ if it is
applicable. Enter start and end date/time for
local ‘Daylight Saving Time’.
Press
button to set up Date and Time. Press
Format
button to select a date & time display
format.
Select ‘Use NTP’ to enter Time Servers to be
synchronized with DVR. Highlight and press
to enter Time Server using the virtual keyboard.
Press ‘Update’ to synchronize the DVR time
with the registered time server.
Note: NTP is not essential for DVR operation.
Any type of Standard Time Server can be used
(e.g. time.windows.com). Time Synch might
not be completed due to heavy traffic or delays
from the Time Synch server.
Press Holiday to set specific dates for Holiday
button.
setup. Set specific date by pressing
Change and delete dates using
and
buttons.
Note: There are some Holidays fall on different
days. Therefore, they have to be updated every
year.
2-1-3. MENU > SYSTEM > User
Press User Tab to enter/add a new user.
Auto Logout: Turn On or Off Auto Logout option.
Press
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to add a new user. To remove an existing user, press
next to it.
User Name: Enter a user name
Group: Select a Group which a new user will belong to
Password: Set a new password or change a password.
Note : DO NOT have to enter Current password when setting password for the first time as there
is no default password for Admin/User.
Set user registration and access rights for the system. Press Group tap to add and set group.
Press
to add a new group. Enter a group name and select access rights for a group. To
remove an existing Group, press
next to it.
2-1-4. MENU > SYSTEM > Quick Setup
Quick Setup Menu allows easy and basic setup for main system settings.
2-1-5. MENU > SYSTEM > System Log
In the System Log, full list of system logs can
be searched.
Press
Reload
button to refresh log list. USE
button to search log list page by page.
Log list can be export in txt format.
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2-2. DEVICE
Under Device menu, Device configuration options for Camera, Audio, Alarm, Keyboard and RS232
& RS485 (POS/PTZ) can be selected.
2-2-1. MENU > DEVICE > Camera
Set Camera display option. Camera display (video loss display) can be disabled by unmarking the
box next to it if there is no camera connected. Press
to change Camera title. Press
button
under Type to select Monitoring option.
Normal: Normal camera display
Covert Low: No display of video image on screen but OSD still remains on screen.
Covert High: Neither of video image or OSD will be displayed on screen.
Note: Any Covert options will not affect recording data as it only changes monitoring conditions.
Press Setup button under Color to adjust video color. Click or drag a control box to adjust each
color level.
PTZ Control
Select channel connected with PTZ camera.
Select PTZ from the contextual menu appears
by pressing right mouse button.
Note: PTZ can only be controlled in single
screen mode.
Use icons on screen to control PTZ. By using a
mouse, click arrows to move around PTZ and
click icons for each functions of PTZ camera.
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Zoom Out
Zoom In
Focus on near distance
Focus on far distance
Save Presets
Load Presets
2-2-2. MENU > DEVICE > Audio
Select Audio for Audio recording. Gain Control Menu is available for Mic-In inputs only. (8/16 ch.
DVR Only) Control Gain value using
button.
2-2-3. MENU > DEVICE > Alarm
Alarm duration: Set Alarm activation time from 5 seconds to 10 minutes.
Select Schedule tap to schedule Alarm operation. Alarm can be set by day, time, mode and inputs
(camera).
Press
to choose Alarms and set Buzzer with
Alarm activation.
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2-2-4. MENU > DEVICE > Keyboard
Press
to find and select keyboard from the
list.
2-2-5. MENU > DEVICE > RS232 & RS485
Press
to select a device for each ports.
RS232: Supports Text In (POS) device. PTZ
and Keyboard
RS485: Supports Text In (POS) device ,PTZ
and Keyboard.
Note: Text In devices (e.g. Cash Register)
needs to use ASCI code for Text In info on DVR
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2-3. DISPLAY
Under Display menu, Display configuration options for OSD and Monitor can be selected.
2-3-1. MENU > DISPLAY > Display
Language: Select system language. Press
to find available language options.
Hide Status Bar: Select On/Off and time to
hide Status Bar when system is not in use.
OSD margin: Set OSD margin (position) using
.
Freeze: Display an image in either Field or
Frame format when it is in still (freeze) mode.
Layout: Allows to change or reallocate video
inputs’ (cameras) displays.
Various resolution options are available for
different types of monitors. Please select
monitor resolution under VGA tap menu.
PIP (Picture In Picture) size and its display
positions can be selected under PIP menu.
Please select desired size and positions of PIP
display.
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2-3-2. MENU > DISPLAY > Monitoring
Event Pop-up: Pops up the camera image in
full screen when pre-set event occurs.
Sequence Interval: Set time interval between
cameras under sequence mode.
Event Pop-up: Pops up the camera image in full screen on spot monitors when pre-set event
occurs.
Sequence Interval: Set time interval between cameras on spot monitors for sequencing.
Select camera display option on spot monitors. Spot outs support full and sequential camera
displays. Press
button to set single or multi cameras for sequential display on spot monitors.
2-4. RECORD
Under Record menu, Record configuration options for Storage, Record and Record Tools can be
selected.
2-4-1. MENU > RECORD > Storage
In Storage, it displays the installed/connected
storage status such as Capacity, Type, Usage
and Status.
Format: Press Format to format selected HDD.
Record: Displays the recording period and data
stored on HDD.
In S.M.A.R.T, HDD status are being displayed
including its temeprature. Click Update to get
the latest status.
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2-4-2. MENU > RECORD > Record
In Record, general recording options can be selected including overwrite, resolution, speed,
recording quality and etc.
Overwrite: Select Overwrite to overwrite recorded HDD data when it is full.
Audio Record: Select Audio Record to record audio with video image.
Resolution: Select recording resolution. The setting can be done by a group of 4 cameras (1-4,
5-8, 9-12 and 13-16)
Auto Deletion(days): Turn on Auto Deletion to delete any data older than the defined days
automatically.
Time Record: Set ips/quality for continuous recording
Event Record: Set ips/quality for event recording
Emergency Record: Set ips/quality for emergency recording mode.
In Event, pre and post recording options for
Event can be set.
Pre-Event Duration: Video Images occurred
right before an Event can be recorded by
setting Pre-Event under Event Mode. Duration
Pre-Event recording can be set using PreEvent(sec) upto 30 seconds.
Emergency Record Duration: Time duration
can be set for Emergency recording from 5 seconds to 30 minute or continuously by selecting No
Limit option.
Event REC Duration: Set recording duration for events up to 30 minutes.
In Schedule, fully detailed and specified recording schedules can be set by day, time, modes,
cameras and recording options.
Press
to add a new schedule. To remove an existing schedule, press
next to it. Press
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Setting to set recording options.
Use Default Setting: Check Use Default Setting to follow main recording setting under Record
menu.
2-4-3. MENU > RECORD > Record Tools
In Record Tools, estimated HDD usage and recording period can be calculated. Press Calculate
once resolutions, ips, number of cameras and quality are set. The recording period is calculated
based the size of HDD installed.
The GB size shows the HDD size requires for a day recording. Day and Hours shows the period
can be recorded based on the installed HDD size.
Note: Changes Ips manually. It does not change Ips according to the change of resolution.
Note: approximate size for each resolution – CIF: 360X240, Half D1: 720x240, D1: 720x480
In Recording Status, current recording options
and status are displayed.
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2-5. NETWORK
Under Network menu, Network configuration options for network Address, DDNS, Remote
Notification and Transmission can be set up.
2-5-1. MENU > NETWORK > Address
In Address, Information such as Type, IP address, Subnet Mask, Gateway Port and DNS can be
set for network connections.
Type: Select network type of Static or DHCP.
button.
ID Address: Enter IP address using
Subnet Mask: Enter Subnet Mask using
Gateway: Enter Gateway using
button.
button.
DNS: Set up the IP address of the DNS server. If you set up the DNS Server, the domain name of
the DVRNS server instead of the IP address can be used during the DVRNS Server setup.
In Port, Select appropriate port number for external access to the system
The port list shows necessary ports to be opened for each operations.
Note: Default TCP port is 10101 but it can be set from 8000 to 12000 if it is necessary.
2-5-2. MENU > NETWORK > DDNS
In the DDNS, network options for DDNS can be
selected.
DDNS: Dynamic Domain Name Server allows
dynamic network connections.
Note: “www.dyndns.org” offers free
registrations or trial for DDNS service.
“www.dyndns.org” is recommended if other
DDNS is not available. Please refer to the
appendix for DDNS set up page.
Host Name: Name the DVR or site where it is located using the virtual keyboard by pressing
.
ID/Password: ID and Password are required for Authentication.
Note: Use ID/Password registered in DDNS.
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2-5-3. MENU > NETWORK > Notification
In Callback, set up IP addresses of client sites
so that Events detected in local system can be
notified to multi remote client sites
simultaneously. Enter IP addresses of client
sites to receive events notifications on remote
sites. Press
to pop up the virtual keyboard.
Callback Interval: Select Callback Interval to
set time interval between consequential events
being sent to remote site.
Note: Any events occur between the pre-set interval time will not be sent to remote site. e.g. If
the interval is set as 30 seconds, only the events occur every 30 seconds since the first event will
be sent to remote site.
In Email, Events can be notified to personal email addresses by text message.
E-Mail Interval: Select E-Mail Interval to set time interval between consequential events being
sent to remote site via email.
Recipient: Enter the email address of a recipient. Up to 5 recipients can be entered.
Note: Any events occur between the pre-set interval time will not be sent to remote site. e.g. If
the interval is set as 30 seconds, only the events occur every 30 seconds since the first event will
be sent to remote site via email.
SMTP Server: Enter SMTP server using the virtual keyboard. SMTP server information can be
obtained from a system administrator.
Sender: Enter the address/name where the email is being sent from.
SSL/TLS: Check SSL/TLS to enter ID and Password for the authentications.
2-5-4. MENU > NETWORK > Transmission
In Transmission, Network transmission can be
controlled with ips and bandwidth.
Note: Max. ips on Network transmission is
120ips.
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2-6. EVENT
Under Event menu, events can be set in synchronization with Sensor, Motion, Video Loss, Text-In,
System,
2-6-1. MENU > EVENT > Sensor
In Sensor, each sensor can be selected for
activation and its type. Select Sensor Type
using
button.
NC: Normally Closed
NO: Normally Opened
In Record, each sensor can be synchronized with single and multi cameras. Press
to select
cameras to be synchronized with sensors.
In Alarm, each sensor can be synchronized with single and multi alarms. Press
to select
alarms to be synchronized with sensors.
In Notification, each sensor can be synchronized with single and multi callback or emailing sites.
Press
to enter callback or email address to be synchronized with sensors.
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2-6-2. MENU > EVENT > Motion
In Motion, system provides Motion Detection function. Set Motion Detection using Sensitivity,
View and Area options.
Sensitivity: Select motion sensitivity from Very Low to Very High.
View: On or Off the appearance of motion zones on screen when motions is detected.
Area: Define the area for motion detection.
Press Setup under Area to define motions detection areas. The blocks indicate the area where is
defined for motion detection
Select Block: Use arrow keys to move around a box. Select individual blocks to set motion
zones. Use number keys to select and unselect blocks (When using a mouse, use a left button).
Clear Block: Unselect all blocks inside a box
Select All: Select blocks on entire screen.
Clear All: Unselect blocks on entire screen.
In Record, each camera can be synchronized
with single and multi motion detections from
other cameras. Press
to select cameras to
be synchronized with motions detections.
In Alarm, each camera with motion can be
synchronized with single and multi alarms.
Press
to select alarms to be synchronized
with cameras for motion events.
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In Notification, each camera with motion can
be synchronized with single and multi callback
or emailing sites. Press
to enter callback or
email address to be synchronized with cameras
for motion events.
2-6-3. MENU > EVENT > Video Loss
In Video Loss, single or multi cameras can be
synchronized for event recording when there is
a video loss. Press
to select single or multi
cameras to be synchronized with cameras for
video loss.
In Alarm, each camera with video loss can be
synchronized with single and multi alarms.
Press
to select alarms to be synchronized
with cameras for video loss.
In Notification, each camera with video loss can
be synchronized with single and multi callback
or emailing sites. Press
to enter callback or
email address to be synchronized with cameras
for video loss.
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2-6-4. MENU > EVENT > Text-In
The system allows Text In from POS/ATM
machines.
Note: For use of POS/ATM, the system must
support general ASCI code.
Text-In Model: Select Text-In model from the list
Transaction Begin: Enter a word which the transaction info to be displayed on screen as a start.
Any Character: Check Any Character to start display a text with any character as a start.
Transaction End: Enter a word of last line where the transaction info to be displayed on screen
as the end. If you want additional lines to be displayed after the transaction end, select more line
options.
Line Delimiter: Enter a symbol or a word to distinguish the end of lines.
Ignore String: Enter a word to ignore strings includes selected word.
Case Sensitive: Select Case Sensitive option if distinguish a word with case sensitivity.
In Text In, text event can be synchronized with single or multi alarms. Press
to select
camera(s) to be synchronized with text event.
In Alarm, text event can be synchronized with single or multi alarms. Press
to select alarms
to be synchronized with text event. If B is selected, system will buzz on alarm detections.
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In Notification, text event can be synchronized with single and multi callback or emailing sites.
Press
to enter callback or email address to be synchronized with text event.
2-6-5. MENU > EVENT > System
In System, S.M.A.R.T function monitors storage
conditions such as Temperature, Conditions and
Recording. S.M.A.R.T Threshold allows to pre
set tolerable temperature level of storage. If
HDD temperature increases over pre set
temperature, it will notify a user in various ways
according to following settings.
In Alarm, each system event can be synchronized with single and multi alarms. Press
to
select alarms to be synchronized with each event. If Alert is selected, system will pop up a
warning message on screen.
In Notification, each system events can be synchronized with single and multi callback or
emailing sites. Press
to enter callback or email address to be synchronized with system
events.
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3. Playback
The system provides various playback menu to search recorded data. Please press right mouse
button on mouse or press playback button on the front panel.
3-1. Go to Time
Select Go to Time to search recorded data by
time/date. Set time/date using
button. Go
to Beginning and End options are selectable to
search the very first and last data recorded.
Once desired settings are completed, press OK
to begin playback.
Go to Beginning : Move to the very first
recorded data.
Go to End : Move to the latest recorded data.
3-2. Calendar Search
Calendar Search provides easy graphical search by displaying numbers (dates). Dates with
recorded data will be highlighted. Once you select the date, it will display record time table below.
The numbers on the top of the table shows the time frame in 24hours format, and titles on the
left indicate cameras numbers. The color bar shows the full information of recorded data on the
selected date. Move the indicator (line) to select specific recorded time of the selected date. For a
detail display of recorded data please press Detail.
Once desired settings are completed, press Go To to begin playback.
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3-3. Event Search
Event Search provides easy search by event list recorded. Select the date and type of event to
find specific data. Press Event: All section on the tope of the list to display event search options.
All: System displays every event
Motion: System displays every events related to Motion
Sensor: System displays every events related to Sensor
Video Loss: System displays every events related to Video Loss
Text-In: System displays every events related to Text In
Emergency: System displays every events related to Emergency Recording
Once find specific list of event, move up and down button to highlight the log and press it to
playback the event data.
3-4. Text-In Search
Text In Search provides easy search by transactions. Search for Time and Transaction information.
Press Search for detail information.
Text In Model: Select a model type for Text In
From: Set beginning time to start search or select First for search from the first data.
To: Set end time to end search or select Last for search to the last data.
Search Text: Enter any words to search text data include the words.
Once entering all the search information, press OK to start Text In search.
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3-5. Backup Data Playback
Backup files on backup medias can be played on DVR. Insert the media with backup files and
select a file to playback it on DVR.
3-6. Playback Control
R.Play: Reverse Playback
Step Backward: Go to the previous image
Pause: Freeze or Stop current image
Step Forward: Go to the next image
Play: Play the data at normal speed
To control the backward and forward playback speed, press on ◀ or ▶ repeatedly. Playback
speed can increase up to x32.
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4. Backup
4-1. Backup
In the BACKUP, the recorded data can be selected for backup to USB devices.
Press USB Device
to select the type of USB Device connected to the system.
Select date & time period of data to be backup using
button.
Select Camera number to be backup or All to backup all the data recorded during the selected
period. To back up recorded Audio with video data together select Audio.
Status shows capacity of the device being prepared for backup, and it will show backup progress
during backup.
The files saved (backup) in DVDMediaPlayer (.exe) format allows multi camera backup and the
files would not require any specific codec for playback on PC. To open and play a file saved in
DVDMediaPlayer (.exe), double click the file and it will automatically be played on Internet
Explore window.
Note: The backup process could be slowdown if the system is being monitored/playback on the
remote using the client program during the backup process.
Note: “DO NOT remove the back up media while the data backup is being processed.
It may cause critical damage to either the media or system if the backup media is
removed during the backup process."
4-2. Instant Backup
Press backup button to start Instant Backup during the playback. Instant Backup window will
appear when press backup button during the normal playback mode. Select Device, File Name,
Audio and press Start to continue the playback and backup. The Backup Icon will appear on the
screen during the Instant Playback. Press backup button one more time to stop and complete
Instant Backup.
Note: “DO NOT remove the back up media while the data backup is being processed.
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It may cause critical damage to either the media or system if the backup media is
removed during the backup process."
Note: Playback speed will be slower than usual while instant back up is processing.
4-3. Clip Maker
Clip Maker allows to create single channel backup file which can be played on PC. Select Clip
Maker option on the pop up menu during the live or pause mode on the playback.
Select the backup option for Clip Maker. Press
Start
button to create Clip Maker. Use Quick
Time player to play the file created using Clip Maker
Note: The Clip Maker file can not be played on other programs such as Window Media Player.
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Chapter 4. Remote Software NEMON
1. NEMON Installation
Find Software CD contains ‘Nemon’ in the box and Insert CD into PC.
Double click on NemonSetup.exe file to start installation procedure. When the following dialog
box appears, click
Next
After selecting program folder and desired option, click
Next
• Everyone : Allow all PC users to get access to Nemon software.
• Just me : Allow only private PC user
access to Nemon sotfware.
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When the following dialog box appears, click
Click
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Close
Next
to complete installation procedure.
2. Using NEMON
2-1. Starting the Software
Double click on ‘Nemon’ icon on PC to run the software.
Main screen of the remote software appears as shown below.
Close
Live
Playback
Display Mode
The location of icons and buttons may vary
depending on the product model or software versions.
Change Display Page
Connect
Disconnect Setup
Save to Image
Playback Control
Audio Volume
Save to AVI
Voice
Transmission
Save to Backup
Live: Click the image to enter the live mode
Playback: Click the image to enter the playback mode
Display Mode: Select display modes (single screen, 4, 9, 16, 25, 36, 49, 64 and full screen)
Save to Image: Save the recorded data in Image file format.
Save to AVI: Save the recorded data in AVI file format.
Save to Backup: Backup the recorded data.
Connect / Disconnect: Click button for site setup and connect
Setup: Click button for remote software setup
Playback Control: Use buttons to control playback images (Stop, Move by Image, Play,
Rewind/Forward, and Move to First/End)
Change Display Page: Change Display Mode to Previous or Next page in camera order.
Audio Volume: Click Audio icon to select audio volume and mute options.
Select a camera to receive Audio of the selected camera (highlighted in orange lines).
Voice Transmission: Click button to transmit remote voice to the local DVR.
Close: Click the image to close the software
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2-2. Site Set Up
Click
Click
button to display registered remote locations or add new locations.
Add
button to add remote location and required information.
Name: Enter Site Name
Address: Enter IP address or domain name of the site
Port: Enter port number if there is a specific port to be set for the software
Description: Enter the description of the site
Auto Login: If do not want the Log In window to be popped up every time starting the remote
S/W, check Auto Login to skip User/Password authentication process
User: Select the type of user from the list
Password: Enter the password of DVR
Layout: Select desired display layout for the site when it is connected
Note: Layout can be changed after begin connected using the display option on the menu.
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Click
OK
to save information and complete the registration.
Double click the location or Highlight it and click
Connect
button to get connected to the site.
The DVR and Client program on PC start searching each other once they are on the same local
network. The Auto Detect menu shows the DVRS detected on the same local network.
Note: This function is only available on local networks. No settings are required if both DVR and
PC use DHCP. But if the Static IPs are used, DVR and PC need to have same subnet info and with
different static IP addresses.
Note: Auto Detect finds DVRs on the local network automatically. To use this function, Apple®
Bonjour® needs to be installed in PC. Please refer to http://www.apple.com/bonjour for more
details and download.
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2-3. Favorite Set Up
Favorite function allows multi site management. Up to 64 different cameras and sites can be
monitored and managed on one screen.
button and select
Click
Click
Add
Favorite
tap.
button to group multiple sties as one favorite group.
Enter the group name and description. Up to 64 different cameras or sites can be grouped and
displayed together. Select sites and cameras from the drop down list by clicking
Note: Sites should be registered under ‘Site’ menu before setting the favorite.
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button.
2-4. Play Backup Data
Backed up data from the local site can be played on the remote site.
Select the location where the data is saved. Select the file and click
Connect
to play the video.
Note: Recorded Audio can be played on single screen only.
2-5. Play Independent HDD Data on PC
Independent HDD (removed from a DVR) data can be played on PC using Nemon S/W. Have the
HDD connected to PC using a SATA to USB connector cable. Make sure the HDD is connected to
PC properly
Open Nemon S/W and Click
Click
Storage
button.
tap to display HDD information (if HDD is not shown please click
button to refresh the list). Double click the list or highlight and click
Connect
Reload
button.
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3. Remote Playback
3-1. Calendar Search
• Click on
• Click
icon on the menu screen to bring up search menu.
for Calendar search. Dates with recorded data will be displayed in bold letter.
Select the date and use time table to select specific time. Click
Play
button to start playback.
Playback Control Button
Rewind
Reverse Play
Beginning
Step Backward
Stop
Step Forward
End
Play
Fast Forward
Go To Time
• Click on
• Click on
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icon to display time search window. Enter specific time to search the data
icon refresh and update the calendar info.
3-2. Event Search
• Click
tap to display menu for Event search
• Click
to enter event query option.
Select an event from the list for playback. Search trough the list using
buttons.
Select the date of event search for from the Date list. Select All or specific camera numbers for
related event search. Type of events can be selected from the list for detail and effective search.
3-3. Saving the recorded data
Save to Image
Pause the playback and press
button to save the recorded data in Image file format. ‘Save
As’ dialogue will appear.
• Enter file name and file type.
• The Image can be saved in JPEG, BMP and PNG format.
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Save to AVI
• Pause the playback and press
button to save the recorded data in AVI file format. ‘Save AVI’
dialogue will appear.
• Enter file name and select Location.
• Select appropriate Codec.
• Select the time period.
• Select Camera number and Audio. Press Start to create AVI file.
Save to Backup
• Pause the playback and press
button to backup the recorded data. ‘Backup’ dialogue will
appear.
• Enter file name and select Location.
• Select the time period.
• Select Camera number and Audio. Press Start to create Backup file.
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4. Setup
4-1. Nemon Setup
Click on
to enter local setup menu.
Product Name: Displays general information of the S/W
Software Version: Displays current S/W version
Load: Load saved data for settings for remote software
Save as: Save current settings of remote software
Default: Set default settings of remote software
Click on display tap to enter remote display setup menu.
Use Alpha-Blending: Enables alpha-blending effect to S/W UI
Video Acceleration: Video Acceleration option enhances natural live image display on the client
S/W. Please do not select this option as it may cause improper live image display. Some PC
graphic card does not support and comparable with Video Acceleration option.
Note: There are some graphic cards do not support such functions. In this case, unselect the
option as it might result in abnormal system operation
Language: Select language option for the remote software
Date/Time Format: Select Date/Time Format for the remote software
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Click on Callback tab to enter Callback setup menu.
Please set network ports (8000~12000, default: 10110) for Callback function.
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4-2. Remote Setup
Click
to enter remote set up menu.
Single connection (single site): please get a site connected for monitoring first, and click
Button.
Favorite connection (multi sites): please click camera or site on the monitoring screen, and
click
button.
Note: The remote software provides interactive setup system that allows easy local DVR settings
from remote sites. It gets exactly same menu and options as the local system. Therefore please
refer to “Chapter 3-2. DVR Configuration” and following chapters for the detail information.
4-3. Remote Upgrade
The system upgrade can be done through Nemon program on PC.
• Select and connect a site for system upgrade
button to pop up the setup menu and select Information under System.
• Click
• Click
Upgrade
next to S/W version to find a file for upgrade
• Select the file location and the file to upgrade the system.
Note: Please do not close down Nemon S/W or power off a computer until the system upgrade is
completed.
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5. Nemon Callback
Start-> Program -> Network Monitoring Software -> Nemon Callback
Nemon Callback icon will be displayed on the bottom right of Window once the program starts.
Callback message will be displayed/notified as shown above.
Click Nemon Callback icon to display main window of Callback as shown below.
Select a log from the list and click Live or Playback icon image to connect related DVR.
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Clear: Clear all the logs listed on Nemon Callback window
Log: Click Log button to display log search window as shown below.
Up to 100,000 log can be saved. 1,000 log lists will be displayed per search. Click More button to
display next 1,000 logs. Click Export button to save searched logs in either txt or csv format.
Setup: Click Setup button to set a port for Callback. Check Run Callback at Startup of the System
box to start Callback program automatically with Window
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Appendix A. Remote Access Using I.E.
DVR can be accessed remotely using Internet Explore. Execute internet explore program and
enter DVR address (e.g. IP) to get connected.
Remote Log In page appears once connected to DVR. Enter ID, PW and Port information, and
select Live or Playback mode to display desired remote control option. Please install Active X
when Internet Explore displays Active X installation message.
Remote Monitoring
Remote Playback
Please refer to the remote program ‘Nemon’ manual if further instructions on the control option
are needed.
Note: Web is supported only on Internet Explorer 7.0 or above.
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