D-Link DNR-2060-08P Installation guide

Building Networks for People
Quick Installation Guide
6-Bay Network Video Recorder
This document will guide you through the
basic installation process for your new
D-Link Network Video Recorder.
DNR-2060-08P
Documentation also available on
CD and via the D-Link Website
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About This Guide
Hardware Overview
This guide provides step by step instructions
for setting up your D-Link DNR-2060-08P 6-Bay
Network Video Recorder. Please note that the
model you have purchased may appear slightly
different from those shown in the illustrations.
Front Panel - DNR-2060-08P
Front panel LEDs
The DNR-2060-08P is a reliable network camera
surveillance recorder for home and business.
The DNR-2060-08P provides a range of display,
storage, and management functions for users to
easily manage their surveillance system.
POWER
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DNR-2060-08P 6-Bay Network Video Recorder
Six SATA Cables
Remote Control
Power Cord
Mounting Kit
Software CD
Quick Installation Guide
Two Batteries for Remote Control
-- 24 Screws
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2
DOME
3
4
SEQ
5
FREEZE
PLAY
STOP
MODE
6
7
8
MODE
SEARCH
MENU
PLAY/STEP
REW
ESC
C: Alarm A: Network
ENTER
B: REC
Figure 1. DNR-2060-08P Front Panel
Package content
Inspect the packaging carton, then make sure
the DNR-2060-08P has been properly delivered.
Remove all items from the box and make sure the
box contains the following items.
COPY
REC
1
Item
LED
Indicative
Color Status
Description
A
Network
LED
Red
Solid Light
NVR is connected to
a network.
Blinking
Data is being
transferred.
Off
No connection to a
network.
Blinking
The LED blinks while
the NVR is recording
Off
No recording.
Solid Light
Alarm is being
triggered.
Off
No alarm triggered.
B
REC LED
Red
C
Alarm LED Red
Table 1. Front Panel LED Descriptions
FF
2
1
3
2
3
5
1
4
78
6
4
Figure 2. DNR-2060-08P Front Panel
The USB 2.0 ports allow users to
connect an external USB device to
the unit, such as a USB ThumbDrive®
or a USB mouse.
1
USB connector
2
Power
Press this switch to power on the
NVR. The LED will light up.
Copy
This button is also used for marking
time in quick video export function.
Dome
Press this button to enter Dome
Camera Control mode.
Seq
Freeze
3
Press once to start the playback of
recorded video. Press again to exit.
Mode
Press this button to view in full-screen
or multiple window modes.
Menu
4
5
Press this button to freeze the current
viewing screen.
Press this button to search recorded
video by date/time or event.
In Live and Playback modes, press
any button to view the corresponding
video in fullscreen.
Direction Button
1. In Zoom mode, these buttons
function as normal direction
buttons.
2. In the OSD setup menu, the
direction buttons are used to move
the cursor to previous or next fields.
To change the value in the selected
field, press UP/DOWN buttons.
6
Shuttle/Jog
This is used to control playback
operations.
7
Esc Button
Press this button to cancel or exit from
a control mode.
Enter Button
1. In OSD menu or selection interface,
press this button to make the
selection or save settings.
2. In live full-screen viewing mode,
press this button to view 2× zoom;
press it again to return to normal.
8
Table 2. Front Panel Descriptions
8 9 10
LED
Indication
2
PoE Ports
The optional PoE ports offer direct
connections to four IP cameras. The
IP cameras can be “plug and play”
if the function is enabled in the OSD
menu.
3
Power Jack
Connect the power supply cord
shipped with the NVR. The use of
other power supply cords may cause
overloading.
4
Main Monitor
Audio Out
A RCA connector is provided to
output audio associated with the main
monitor.
5
Main Monitor
(Digital
Output)
A digital output connector is provided
for connection to a displaying device
that transfers data digitally to show
the best video quality.
6
Main Monitor
(VGA)
A VGA output connector is offered for
connecting to a VGA monitor.
7
Alarm I/O &
RS-485
8
LAN
10/100/1000M
(RJ-45)
9
e-SATA Port
Users can connect an e-SATA storage
device via this port.
10
USB 2.0 Port
The USB 2.0 port located on the rear
panel is for users to connect external
USB devices to the unit, such as
ThumbDrive® or a USB mouse.
1
Press this button to enter the OSD
setup menu.
Channel Select
Button: 1-8
7
Each IP camera has two
corresponding LEDs:
1. The lit orange LED signifies that the
IP camera is connected and power
is supplied via PoE. When the LED
is off, either the power is separately
connected or the IP camera is not
connected.
2. The blinking green LEDs represent
data being transmitted from the IP
cameras to the NVR. When the
LED is not on, that means the IP
camera is not connected.
Press this button to start automatic
sequence display of cameras.
Play
Search
5 6
Figure 3. DNR-2060-08P Rear Panel
The NVR provides alarm I/O and
RS-485 ports that offer users the
flexibility required to connect the
unit to other devices.
The NVR is capable of networking
and it allows videos to be viewed
over the LAN network or the Internet
by using Internet Explorer.
Table 3. Rear Panel Descriptions
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Rear panel I/O
Front panel I/O
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Installation and Connection
Operation
Hard Drive Installation
Power On
1. Use a screwdriver to remove the screws from
the sides and top of the NVR, then gently lift
the cover.
Connect the power adapter. Switch the NVR on
and ensure the power LED on the front of the unit
is lit.
Getting Started
2. There are two 3-bay hard drive racks inside.
Choose which rack you would like to install
your hard drive in, then slide the hard drive
into the rack bay.
1. Make sure the NVR is connected to a network
via a router or a switch, or directly connected
to a PC. Please plug the cameras into the
NVR`s PoE ports.
2. The NVR will boot up, then start to record
automatically.when the NVR starts recording
automatically, the blue REC LED located on
the front panel will begin flashing continuously.
3. The NVR Search Tool is located on the
Software CD provided inside the box. After
finished with the installation of NVR Search
Tool on your machine, this tool can be used to
search the cameras connected with the NVR.
4. The NVR search tool can help you look for the
NVR and get related information. For more
detailed configuration instructions, please refer
to the user manual on the CD-ROM.
3. Install a HDD in the NVR by connecting via the
included SATA cable.
Figure 4. DNR-2060-08P NVR Search Utility
4. Secure the hard drive in place by installing the
screws in the two round holes along the center
of the sides.
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