Bosch DVR4C Series Installation manual

DVR4C
Installation manual
EN
Digital Video Recorder
DVR4C | Installation Manual | Table of Contents
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ..............................................................................................................................5
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
INTRODUCTION .........................................................................................................................................................................7
1.1
DIGITAL VIDEO RECORDER FOR SECURITY APPLICATIONS ......................................................7
1.2
FEATURES ........................................................................................................................................................7
1.3
UNPACKING ....................................................................................................................................................7
1.3.1 Package contents ...............................................................................................................................7
INSTALLATION ............................................................................................................................................................................8
2.1
CONNECTIONS ..............................................................................................................................................8
2.2
FIRST-TIME USE .............................................................................................................................................9
2.2.1 Quick Install Menu ..............................................................................................................................9
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ........................................................................................................................................... 11
3.1
FRONT PANEL CONTROLS .................................................................................................................... 11
3.2
VIEWING PICTURES .................................................................................................................................. 12
3.2.1 Quad screen ..................................................................................................................................... 12
3.2.2 Full screen ......................................................................................................................................... 12
3.2.3 Sequence ........................................................................................................................................... 12
3.2.4 Image freeze ...................................................................................................................................... 12
3.2.5 Zoom ................................................................................................................................................... 12
3.3
LIVE, PLAYBACK, COPY AND SEARCH MODES ............................................................................. 13
3.3.1 Live mode ........................................................................................................................................... 13
3.3.2 Playback mode ................................................................................................................................. 13
3.3.3 Copy mode ........................................................................................................................................ 13
3.3.4 Search mode ..................................................................................................................................... 13
MENU SYSTEM ........................................................................................................................................................................ 14
4.1
OVERVIEW OF THE MENU SYSTEM .................................................................................................... 14
4.1.1 Accessing the menu from the unit ............................................................................................... 14
4.2
QUICK INSTALL > ....................................................................................................................................... 14
4.3
CAMERA SETUP > ..................................................................................................................................... 14
4.4
RECORDING > ............................................................................................................................................ 15
4.5
EVENT SETUP > .......................................................................................................................................... 15
4.6
SYSTEM SETTINGS > ............................................................................................................................... 16
4.7
PROFILES > .................................................................................................................................................. 20
4.8
DISK MANAGER > ...................................................................................................................................... 21
USING THE CONFIGURATION TOOL .......................................................................................................................... 22
5.1
GETTING STARTED .................................................................................................................................... 22
5.1.1 System requirements ...................................................................................................................... 22
5.2
INSTALLING THE CONFIGURATION TOOL ....................................................................................... 22
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6.
5.3
STARTING THE CONFIGURATION TOOL .......................................................................................... 22
5.4
HOW TO LOG IN ........................................................................................................................................ 22
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ........................................................................................................................................ 24
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DVR4C | Installation Manual |
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Danger
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol,
within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert
the user to the presence of an uninsulated
“dangerous voltage” within the product's
enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to
constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.
Warning
The exclamation mark 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.
Caution
To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not
remove cover (or back). No user-serviceable
parts inside. Refer servicing to qualified service
personnel.
Important Safeguards
1. Read these instructions.
2. Keep these instructions.
3. Heed all warnings.
4. Follow all instructions.
5. Do not use this apparatus near water.
6. Clean only with a dry cloth.
7. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in
accordance with the manufacturer's instructions.
8. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat
registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers)
that produce heat.
9. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or
grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with
one wider that the other. A grounding-type plug has two
blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or third
prong are provided for your safety. If the provided plug does
not fit into the outlet, consult an electrician for replacement
of the obsolete outlet.
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10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched
particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point
where they exit from the apparatus.
11. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the
manufacturer.
12. Use only with the cart, stand, tripod,
bracket, or table specified by the
manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus.
When a cart is used, use caution when
moving the cart/apparatus combination to
avoid injury from tip-over.
13. Unplug this unit during lightning storms or when unused
for long periods of time.
14. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged
in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged,
liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the
apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or
moistue, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.
15. Moving - Disconnect the power before moving the unit.
The unit should be moved with care. Excessive force or
shock may result in damage to the unit and the hard disk
drives.
16. Power Sources - This unit should be operated only from
the type of power source indicated on the marking label. If
you are not sure of the type of power supply you plan to use,
consult your appliance dealer or local power company.
17. Overloading - Do not overload outlets and extension
cords as this can result in a risk of fire or electric shock.
18. Object and Liquid Entry - Never push objects of any
kind into this unit through openings, as they may touch
dangerous voltage points or short out parts that could result
in a fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on
the unit.
19. Replacement Parts - When replacement parts are
required, be sure the service technician has used
replacement parts specified by the manufacturer or have the
same characteristics as the original part. Unauthorized
substitutions may result in fire, electric shock, or other
hazards.
20. Safety Check - Upon completion of any service or
repairs to this unit, ask the service technician to perform
safety checks to determine that the unit is in proper
operating condition.
21. Coax Grounding - If an outside cable system is
connected to the unit, be sure the cable system is grounded.
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U.S.A. models only--Section 810 of the National Electrical
Code, ANSI/NFPA No.70-1981, provides information with
respect to proper grounding of the mount and supporting
structure, grounding of the coax to a discharge unit, size of
grounding conductors, location of discharge unit,
connection to grounding electrodes, and requirements for
the grounding electrode.
22. To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, this apparatus
should not be exposed to rain or moisture and objects filled
with liquids, such as vases, should not be placed on this
apparatus.
23. Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. A
lithium battery is located inside the enclosure of this
recorder. Replace only with the same or equivalent type.
Dispose of the replaced battery in an environmentally
friendly way.
Cleaning
You can clean the unit with a moist fluff-free cloth or
shammy leather cloth.
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FCC INFORMATION
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with
the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of
the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and
can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and
used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful
interference to radio or television reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more
of the following measures:
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•
•
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and
receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit
different from that to which the receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/ TV
technician for help.
Remark
Bosch has a strong commitment towards the environment.
This unit has been designed to respect the environment as
much as possible.
•
Warning
This device is intended for use in public areas only.
Surreptitious recording of oral communications is strictly
prohibited by U.S. Federal law.
Icons shown on the screen
Note
Any change or modification not expressly approved by
Bosch of the equipment authorization could void the user's
authority to operate the equipment. For additional
information or to speak to a representative, please contact
the Bosch Security Systems location nearest you or visit our
web site at www.boschsecuritysystems.com
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DVR4C | Installation Manual | Introduction
1
Introduction
1.1
Digital video recorder for security
applications
The DVR4C is a video recording system that can record up
to four camera signals with associated audio signals while
simultaneously providing live multiscreen viewing and
playback. The unit has comprehensive search and playback
facilities for viewing stored video. Once set up, all recording
takes place in the background without requiring operator
intervention. The maximum recording rate is 120 (NTSC)
and 100 (PAL) images per second in total.
The unit also has extensive alarm handling functions,
including motion detection in user-definable areas of the
image on any camera input. Input alarms and videoloss are
also treated as alarm signals.
The unit can be easily operated and programmed via the
front panel control keys and on-screen display menu system.
A monitor output provides full-screen and quad screen
viewing. USB supports easy archiving of video.
Via a network, PC-based applications can be used for live
viewing, playback and configuration. The DVR4C includes
an archive player for stand-alone PC playback. Authenticity
can be checked with the remote PC software.
Looping video inputs with termination switches, a video
output, alarm inputs and outputs, and an Ethernet connector
are on the rear panel. The monitor output provides a CVBS
video signal in either NTSC or PAL.
1.2
Features
The DVR4C has the following features:
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Small file sizes using MPEG-4-based compression.
Four video and four audio inputs.
Simultaneous recording and playback.
Real-time recording on all channels.
Easy archiving of video with USB.
Remote access and control via LAN, WAN, PSTN or
DSL.
Full-screen and quad display capabilities in live and
playback modes.
Motion detection.
Four switching (alarm) inputs and four alarm outputs.
Video loss and fan failure detection.
Audible alarm.
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1.3
Unpacking
Check the package for visible damage. If any items appear
to have been damaged in shipment, notify the shipping
company. Unpack carefully. This is electronic equipment
and should be handled with care to prevent damage to the
unit. Do not attempt to use the unit if any components are
damaged. If any items are missing, notify your Customer
Service Representative or Bosch Sales Representative.
The shipping carton is the safest container in which to
transport the unit. Save it and all packing materials for
future use. If the unit must be returned, use the original
packing materials.
1.3.1
Package contents
Check for the following items:
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Digital Video Recorder
Remote Viewer and Archive Player user manual
Installation manual (this manual)
Power supply cord
Network cross-over cable
A CD-ROM with the software and the manuals.
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Installation
6. Connect up to four alarm output relays via the terminal
connector.
> Relay 1 responds to an input alarm, Relay 2 responds to a
To install the DVR make the connections described below
and then enter the relevant data in the quick install menu.
system failure and the other relays are assigned to the
remote software. Configure the alarm outputs as N/O or
2.1
Connections
N/C in the menu system.
7. Connect to your network via the Ethernet port.
Primary connections
> The DVR4C is delivered with the DHCP function switched
on, so IP addresses are assigned automatically if the
1. Connect the cameras to the BNC camera input
connectors. (Set impedence to Hi-Z only when the video
loop-through outputs are used.)
network server uses DHCP. (Refer to the System
settings/Connectivity/Network setup menu.)
> The DVR4C automatically configures itself as a PAL or
8. Use the RS232 connector to connect to a PSTN line.
NTSC unit by detecting the signal format of the first
> The serial RS232 console port connector is used to
connected camera (lowest camera input number).
connect a PSTN modem or a text device to the unit. Use a
2. Connect a monitor to the BNC output MON Out.
null-modem cable to connect the serial port of the external
equipment to the unit. The Baud rate can be selected in
> Connect the unit to the monitor using 75-ohm video
the menu system.
coaxial cables with BNC connectors.
Optional connections
Powering up
3. Connect up to four audio inputs via the RCA connectors.
4. Connect an audio output device via the RCA connector.
5. Connect up to four (alarm) inputs via the terminal
connector.
9. Switch on all connected equipment.
10. Connect the power cord to the unit and switch on.
> Each input line can be switched by a relay contact from
devices such as pressure pads, passive infra-red
detectors, smoke detectors and similar devices. You can
configure the alarm inputs as N/O or N/C in the menu
system. The default is N/O.
Camera
inputs
Audio
inputs
Power
switch
Alarm
input
Network
connector
Monitor
output
Relay
output
RS232
connector
PC
Audio
output
100-240 Vac
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2.2 First-time use
To open the quick install menu, press the MENU key on the
front panel and select the Quick install submenu. Fill
in the basic settings to get the unit operational. The unit
begins recording automatically. Press the ESC key to close
the menu.
>>> DAYLIGHT SAVING
• Select if DST is used (On) or not (Off).
>>> DATE FORMAT
• Select from three date formats which show either the
month (MM), the day (DD) or the year (YYYY) first.
>>> TIME FORMAT
• Select between 24 Hour and 12 Hour (AM/PM)
format.
Pause (Up)
>>> CURRENT TIME
• Fill in the current time.
Fast Forward
(Right)
Reverse
(Left)
Esc
(escape/exit)
Stop (Down)
Play (Select)
Navigating
• Use the Reverse (left), Fast forward (right), Pause (up)
and Stop (down) keys to move through a menu.
• The Play key selects a submenu or menu item, or saves
selections made in menus.
• Use the ESC key to go back or to exit the menu.
Changing Settings
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Use the Play (select) key to start editing a value.
Use the Pause (up) and Stop (down) keys to change the
value or text.
Use the Play (select) key to confirm the change, or
Use the Esc (escape/exit) key to cancel the change.
2.2.1
>>> CURRENT DATE
• Fill in the current date.
>>> APPLY
• Select this item to save your current time and date
settings.
Changing time settings
All recorded video is time stamped for authentication. A
linear timescale, with no gaps or overlaps, is used for
searching and archiving. If you change the time, there is a
mismatch between the time stamp and the linear timescale.
This offset is displayed during playback on the right of the
time stamp.
To prevent mismatches, we recommend that you archive
any important video and reformat the hard disk when you
change the time.
>> RECORDING
Quick Install Menu
>> DATE/TIME
>>> TIME ZONE
• Select the correct time zone from a list. The default
time zone is GMT 00:00.
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>>> CONFIGURATION STATUS
• This shows the current setting of the DVR. When the
DVR is still configured in the same way as it was
during the last quick install, the configuration status
displays Original setup. Otherwise it shows Custom
setup.
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>>> SPEED (IPS)
• Select the recording speed to be used for all cameras.
• The Images Per Second (IPS) rates available for PAL
range from 0, 0.75 (one image every 1.3 seconds), up
to 25 IPS.
• The IPS rates available for NTSC range from 0, 1
(one image every second), up to 30 IPS.
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>>> AUDIO RECORDING
• Select On or Off to record Audio or not to record
Audio.
>>> APPLY
• Select this item to save your settings.
Refer to the table below for recording time capacity.
>>> QUALITY
• Select either Low, Standard, Medium, High or
Superior for the image quality level.
Recording time capacity
Quality
Superior
Superior
Superior
Superior
Superior
Superior
High
High
High
High
High
High
Medium
Medium
Medium
Medium
Medium
Medium
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Low
Low
Low
Low
Low
Low
IPS
Rate
PAL/
NTSC
0.75/1
1.5/2
3/3.5
6/7.5
12.5/15
25/30
0.75/1
1.5/2
3/3.5
6/7.5
12.5/15
25/30
0.75/1
1.5/2
3/3.5
6/7.5
12.5/15
25/30
0.75/1
1.5/2
3/3.5
6/7.5
12.5/15
25/30
0.75/1
1.5/2
3/3.5
6/7.5
12.5/15
25/30
80GB
Audio
off
13.2
9.8
6.5
3.9
2.5
1.2
19.6
14.7
9.8
5.9
3.7
1.8
26.2
19.6
13.0
7.8
4.9
2.4
39.2
29.3
19.5
11.7
7.3
3.6
78.0
58.3
38.7
23.1
14.4
7.2
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160GB
320GB
600GB
Audio
Audio
Audio
Audio
Audio
Audio
on
off
on
off
on
off
10.7
26.3
21.4
52.6
42.9
98.7
8.4
19.7
16.8
39.4
33.6
73.8
5.9
13.1
11.8
26.2
23.5
49.1
3.7
7.9
7.4
15.7
14.7
29.5
2.4
4.9
4.7
9.8
9.4
18.4
1.2
2.5
2.4
4.9
4.8
9.2
14.6
39.3
29.3
78.5
58.6
147.3
11.7
29.4
23.4
58.8
46.9
110.3
8.4
19.6
16.7
39.2
33.5
73.5
5.3
11.7
10.7
23.5
21.3
44.0
3.4
7.3
6.9
14.7
13.8
27.5
1.8
3.7
3.6
7.3
7.1
13.7
18.0
52.3
36.0
104.6
72.0
196.2
14.6
39.2
29.2
78.4
58.5
147.0
10.6
26.1
21.3
52.2
42.5
97.8
6.9
15.6
13.8
31.3
27.5
58.6
4.5
9.8
9.0
19.5
18.0
36.6
2.3
4.9
4.7
9.8
9.4
18.3
23.3
78.4
46.7
156.7
93.3
293.9
19.4
58.7
38.9
117.3
77.8
220.0
14.6
39.0
29.2
78.0
58.3
146.3
9.7
23.4
19.4
46.7
38.9
87.6
6.5
14.6
12.9
29.1
25.9
54.6
3.4
7.3
6.9
14.6
13.7
27.3
33.1
156.0
66.3
312.0
132.6
585.0
29.0
116.6
58.0
233.1
115.9
437.1
23.2
77.4
46.3
154.8
92.6
290.2
16.5
46.3
33.0
92.6
66.0
173.5
11.5
28.8
23.0
57.6
46.1
107.9
6.4
14.4
12.8
28.8
25.6
54.0
Audio
on
80.3
63.1
44.1
27.6
17.6
9.0
109.8
87.9
62.8
40.0
25.9
13.3
135.0
109.7
79.8
51.6
33.7
17.5
175.0
145.8
109.3
72.9
48.5
25.7
248.6
217.4
173.6
123.8
86.4
48.0
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Operating instructions
In zoom mode, press to move the zoomed area to the
left.
The purpose of the front panel keys is explained here. The
functions available can be limited by setting passwords. An
administrator has access to many more functions in the
menu. Refer to Menu System for a full list of available
menu items.
3.1
8
Pause key:
In live mode, press to freeze a camera picture.
In playback mode press to pause playback.
In menu mode, press to move the current selected
position upwards.
In zoom mode, press to move the zoomed area
upwards.
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Fast forward:
In full screen live mode, press to start playback from 1
minute earlier.
In playback mode, press to speed up the playback rate.
In pause mode, press to step forward one frame.
In menu mode, press to move the current selected
position to the right.
In zoom mode, press to move the zoomed area to the
right.
Front panel controls
1
Keys 1 to 4: Press to select a camera for full screen
display in live or playback mode. The indicators light in
green when a camera is selected in full screen mode or
quad mode. They light in red when there is an alarm or
video loss for that input or camera.
2
The power indicator lights to indicate that power is
being supplied to the unit.
3
NET: The indicator lights when the unit is accessed via
the network.
4
REC: The recording indicator lights when the unit is
recording video.
5
PLAY: The playback indicator lights when playback is
active.
6
SEARCH: Press to enter the search menu.
7
Reverse key:
In the full screen live mode, press to start reverse
playback from the current position.
In playback mode, press to play backward and to speed
up reverse play.
In pause mode, press to step back one image.
In menu mode, press to move the current selected
position to the left.
1
10 OSD/Help
By default the On-Screen Display (OSD) shows all
information during live and playback mode. If a text
device is connected, text data is shown only in the full
screen mode. Event information is shown only in live
mode.
Press the OSD button to show only the channel number,
the time and the date.
Press twice to disable the OSD.
In the menu mode, press to see an explanation of the
selected item.
11 ESC: Escape from the current menu level. If in Edit
mode, changes are not saved.
2 3 4 5
NET
1
2
3
4
QUAD
ZOOM
SEQ
20
19
18
REC
6
7
8
PLAY
9 10
OSD/HELP
Digital Video Recorder
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USB
COPY
16
15
ESC
14 13 12
11
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In playback mode, press to stop playback and to go
back to live mode.
In pause mode, press to go back to live mode.
If the beeper sounds, press ESC to silence it.
12 Stop key:
In playback mode, press to stop playback and to go
back to live mode.
In pause mode, press to go back to live mode.
In menu mode, press to move the current selected
position downwards.
In zoom mode, press to move the zoomed area
downwards.
13 Play key:
In live mode, press to start playback from the previous
playback point or, if no point exists, from one minute
earlier than the current position.
In menu mode, selects a submenu or menu item or
saves selections made in menus.
In pause mode, press to resume playback mode.
14 MENU: Press to activate the setup menu for
configuration of the DVR on the local monitor (in live
mode only).
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3.2 Viewing pictures
The unit has one monitor output. The monitor picture
display depends on how the system has been set up. It shows
full screen or quad live or playback camera pictures.
Alarms, motion, and video loss warnings are also displayed
on the monitor. When the menu system is activated, it is
displayed on the monitor.
3.2.1
Quad screen
To view a Quad screen display on the monitor, press the
QUAD key.
3.2.2
Full screen
To view a full screen shot of a camera, press a camera key.
The camera key of the selected camera lights (green).
3.2.3
Sequence
To view a sequence of live camera pictures in full screen,
press the SEQ key. The sequence icon is displayed on the
monitor. A sequence of camera pictures appears, each for a
pre-programmed dwell time. Pressing the sequence key
again or selecting a single camera stops sequencing.
15 COPY: Press to open the copy menu for copying video
to a USB stick in playback mode.
16 USB slot: Insert a USB stick into this slot.
17 The USB indicator lights for 10 seconds when the USB
stick is inserted into the USB port or when the USB
stick is being accessed for Read/Write in playback
mode.
3.2.4
Image freeze
To freeze a camera shot on the monitor, press the pause key.
To return to live viewing, press the ESC key. This function
can be activated in full screen mode only. The zoom
function can also be used on a frozen picture. If you change
viewing mode, any frozen pictures are released.
18 SEQ: View cameras in sequence on full screen.
3.2.5
19 ZOOM: Zooms in on the active camera display.
To zoom in on a camera picture:
20 QUAD: Press to display a quad screen in live or
1. Press the ZOOM key.
playback mode.
Zoom
> The zoom icon is displayed on the monitor.
> The picture is enlarged by a factor of 2.
2. Use the Up, Down, Left and Right keys to select the area
of the picture you want to see.
3. Press the ZOOM key again to return to a full picture and
leave the zoom mode.
> The zoom icon disappears on the monitor.
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3.3 Live, playback, copy and search
modes
3.3.1
Live mode
The live mode is the normal operating mode of the unit
where you watch live pictures from the cameras. From the
live mode you can switch to the search mode, the playback
mode or to the system menu. Access to system menu, search
and playback functions may require a password. Discuss
this with your administrator. To switch back to live viewing
from another mode, close the activated mode by pressing
the ESC key.
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4. If you selected the .dv4 format, you can now select the
channel to copy. (For AVI or JPEG the active playback
channel is automatically selected.)
5. If you have more than one memory stick connected,
select disk. The available free space and the approximate
space required are shown.
6. If you do not have enough space on your memory stick,
reformat it using the format button.
> Reformatting deletes all data on the memory stick.
7. Select Start to start copying.
8. Press the ESC key to return to the playback mode.
3.3.4
3.3.2
Playback mode
To enter the playback mode, press the play key. Use the
Reverse, Pause, Fast Forward and Stop keys to change the
direction and speed of the recording being played.
> Audio video synchronization is typically <0.5 second offset.
3.3.3
Copy mode
When in playback mode, press the copy key to open the
copy menu when a USB memory stick is inserted. Please
see the Bosch Security Systems website for a list of
recommended USB memory devices. (Ensure that the USB
memory stick is formatted according to the FAT system.)
1. Select the copy file format either dv4, AVI or JPEG.
> The dv4 format is the proprietary file format of BOSCH
and can only be played back with the supplied viewer
software (Archive Player). The Archive Player is copied
automatically when the recorded images are copied to the
USB stick.
> To play the Bosch AVI format you can use a normal
Windows compatible MPEG-4 player such as Media
Player but you must ensure that an XVID codec is
installed. (Check the internet for this codec.)
> Still images are copied in JPEG format. By default, the
single image displayed on the monitor is copied to the
USB stick. Change the Start date/time to copy another
single image. The copied image does not contain date/
time or channel number information.
2. Fill in the start time.
3. Fill in the duration of the copy (maximum 59 minutes
and 59 seconds).
> Archive size must be below 2 GB to ensure proper
playback.
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Search mode
Press the SEARCH key to open the search menu. Use the
search menu to search for stored video recordings.
>> SEARCH CRITERIA
• Fill in a time and date from where to start the search.
• Fill in the end time and date for the search.
• To search for a specifc type of event, select a filter
option: Input Alarm, Motion, Text or All.
• Select Start Search to start the search.
• A full screen playback starts and the search results are
displayed from the selected time and date.
• Press the ESC key to exit the search mode and return to
the playback mode.
>> EVENT LIST
• Use the up/down arrow keys to select an event in the list
of search results.
• Press the play key for a full screen playback of selected
event.
• Press the ESC key to close the search menu and return to
the playback mode at the selected time and date or at the
selected event.
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4
Menu system
You access all the parameters used to set up the unit via the
menu system using the keys on the front of the unit itself.
The PC-based Configuration Tool application allows you to
access the menu system from a remote computer.
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4.3 Camera Setup >
Use the Camera Setup menu to access the submenus for
setting the camera names, for locking cameras and for
controlling cameras.
Overview of the menu system
The main menu gives access to seven major menu groups.
Each of these groups has a submenu tree where the values
and functions can be selected. The seven menu groups are:
Quick Install. The Quick Install is the easiest way to set-up
the unit, activating all cameras to record with the same
settings and conditions.
Camera Setup. The Camera Setup menu is used to program
the individual cameras.
Recording. The Recording menu is used to configure
dynamic recording conditions such as image quality and
recording rate.
Event Setup. The Event Setup menu is to configure the
alarm inputs and motion detection.
System Settings. The System Settings menu is used to
configure various system parameters.
Profiles. The Profiles menu is for setting the time frame for
the four available profiles.
Disk Manager. This menu is used for the storage system
including internal hard disk settings.
4.1.1
Accessing the menu from the unit
To open the menu (in live mode only):
1. Press the MENU key.
2. The main menu appears on the monitor.
If the administrator password is enabled, the DVR asks for a
password when the main menu is activated.
4.2 Quick Install >
The quick install menu provides easy setup of recording and
time. For recording, all four cameras are configured to
record with the same settings and conditions. If the current
time or date is changed and applied, the time of the
previously recorded images is shifted so that no images are
lost.
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>> NAME
• To select a character, press up and down scroll keys.
Press the right scroll key to move to the next position.
>> STATUS
• Each camera can be toggled On (default) and Off.
>> TYPE
• PAL or NTSC. The TV format is auto-detected. Mixing
of PAL and NTSC cameras is not supported.
>> COLOR
• Color mode of each camera is selectable B/W, Color or
Auto (default). If Auto is selected, the DVR itself
determines if black and white or color cameras are
connected.
>> AGC, BRIGHTNESS AND CONTRAST
• AGC (automatic gain control) is toggled On or Off.
• Brightness and Contrast is controllable in 19 levels
(from -9 to +9) with a slider. Default is 0.
>> DETECT VIDEOLOSS
• Videoloss detection can be toggled On (default) and Off
for each camera.
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4.4 Recording >
4.5 Event Setup >
The overall schedule consists of 4 periods: Weekday Day,
Weekday Night, Weekend Day and Weekend Night. The
start and end time of each period is set in the Profiles
menu. Recording conditions can be configured for each of
the four periods.
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>> RECORDING
• Set the normal recording rate and quality to be used for
all cameras.
• Set the recording rate and quality that are used when an
input alarm is triggered. All cameras then record at these
values when an input alarm is triggered.
• For each camera separately, set the conditions for
recording:
• Always - camera is always recorded at the set
recording rate and quality.
• Motion only - camera is recorded at the normal rate
and quality only when motion is detected (no images
are recorded when there is no motion).
• Motion + auto snapshot - camera is recorded at the
normal rate and quality when motion is detected. The
rest of the time a snapshot of the camera picture is
recorded (I-frame images only).
• Event Recording time can be configured to a maximum
of 120 seconds or to follow the event duration.
• Pre-event recording time can be configured to a
maximum of 30 seconds. Pre-event recording takes
place:
a. on an alarm input if the normal recording rate is 0
IPS,
b. on a motion event (if a motion mode is selected).
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The sensitivity of the motion detection has three levels,
Low, Medium and High or set to Off for no detection.
To setup the motion detect area for the whole screen,
select Select All.
To clear the existing motion detect area setting, select
Clear All.
To edit the motion area, select Custom Area. A 16x12
grid is displayed on the monitor. With the scroll keys,
move around the grid. Press the play key to select a
specific area. A blue square indicates a selected area. To
unselect a selected area, move on to it and press the play
key. When area selection is completed, press ESC to
close the area selection mode. When motion is detected
in a selected square, it turns red.
Four different alarm inputs (Input 1, Input 2, Input 3,
Input 4) can be connected. Each alarm input can be
configured On (default) or Off. An activated input alarm
starts alarm recording on all cameras.
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4.6 System Settings >
Use the System Settings menu to get access to those items
that are used to configure the system.
>> LANGUAGE
• A language is selectable from the list with the up/down
scroll keys. Press the play key to confirm.
>> AUDIO
• An audio input can be set to record with its
corresponding video input. Audio 1 is mapped to video
1, audio 2 to video 2, audio 3 to video 3 and audio 4 to
video 4.
• For a Quad screen display in live mode, the 4 audio
channels are mixed. For a Quad screen display in
playback mode, no audio is played back. Audio is only
played back in forward, real-time and full screen
playback.
• Audio monitoring, recording and gain can be configured
per profile for each channel in the table.
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>>> MONITORING
• Set On to display live text data on a monitor. Text is
overlayed on the live image.
>>> SYNC TEXT WITH
• Select All to display (and record) text data on all
channels (in a quad screen display, text appears in the
upper-left channel.) Text can also be displayed (and
recorded) with a specific channel only.
>>> SEEK HEADER
• If the text device sends a header, set to On.
• If a header is sent, select a single or a double line
header.
>>> DELIMITER
• If the text device sends an end-of-line delimiter, enter
its value.
>>> TIMEOUT
• If the text device does not send a delimiter, the text is
recorded as a single block. Enter the time (in
milliseconds) that must expire after the last received
character to separate text blocks.
>>> LINES
• If the text device does not send a delimiter or use a
timeout, enter the number of lines to be used for a
single block of text.
>> CONNECTIVITY
>> TEXT
• The DVR can record and display ASCII data on the
monitor. The external device can be a text input device.
>>> RECORDING
• Set On to record text data on the hard disk of the
DVR. Text is recorded separately from images, but is
synchronized based on time information.
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The Connectivity menu gives access to settings that control
the behavior of the unit with respect to all external devices
or a network.
>>> NETWORK
• Select the type of connection; Ethernet or xDSL.
• Set DHCP to On to have IP address, subnet mask and
default gateway assigned automatically by the
network DHCP server.
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Fill in the IP, subnet mask and default gateway
addresses when DHCP is set to Off.
Fill in the DNS in order to use an e-mail address. At
least one DNS should be specified.
Set Auto-Detect to On to allow the Remote viewer
software to automatically detect the DVR in a
network.
> Auto-Detect may not work when a firewall is between the
DVR and the PC.
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Select the number of images to be sent attached to
the e-mail (3 JPEG images by default). The DVR
attaches 1 image per second. With a videoloss the
images just before the videoloss are attached. No
images are attached when a system failure occurs.
>> INPUTS AND OUTPUTS
Inputs and outputs can be configured in this menu as
Normally Closed (NC) or Normally Open (NO).
Set the Bandwidth limit throttle to restrict the
network bandwidth used.
>>> XDSL
• Specify the Username and Password for an xDSL
connection if required.
• When connected, the status shows Connected.
>>> HTTP PORT
• The DVR provides flexible network communication
port configuration. If the DVR is on a special
network, the HTTP port can be changed to the
appropriate number. For network communication
port information, ask your network administrator.
• The default is 80.
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>>> COM PORT
• Configure the single RS-232 serial port for use with
either a text device or a PSTN modem.
• Select Device with the up/down keys.
• If a modem is selected, an initialisation command
can be entered.
• Select appropriate values for serial communication
for Baud rate, Parity, Stop bits and Data bits.
>>> PSTN DIAL-IN
• Remote users who have a PSTN connection via a
modem can access the DVR.
• If you select Use default IP, the DVR automatically
provides a pre-defined IP address (10.0.0.10) for the
client PC and 10.0.0.9 as its own.
• Select Custom to specify exact IP addresses for both
the DVR itself and the client PC.
>>> E-MAIL SETUP
The DVR can send an e-mail on a specified event.
• If Status is set to On, an e-mail is sent to the specified
address on an input alarm, videoloss or system
failure.
• Specify a recipient address and an e-mail sending
server (SMTP) address.
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Select either NC or NO with the up/down scroll keys.
Press the play key to confirm.
Outputs have the following fixed purpose:
Item
Purpose
Remote access
Output 1
Activated only on
Input Alarm
Not allowed
Output 2
Activated only on
System failures
Not allowed
Output 3
Not assigned for local
control
Allowed
Output 4
Not assigned for local
control
Allowed
Select Relay Dwell time ranging from 0 to 60 seconds
on the selection slider with Left/Right scroll keys and
press the play key to confirm. When Follows is selected,
the output relay is active until the event causing it ceases
to be active.
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>> MONITOR SETUP
>>> DISPLAY CAMERA WITH MOTION
• Select if the DVR switches automatically to a full
screen image of the camera when motion is detected
on that camera.
• With multiple motion detections shortly after each
other, the last camera where motion was detected is
used for display.
>>> DISPLAY CAMERA WITH INPUT ALARM
• Select if the DVR switches automatically to a full
screen image of the camera when an input alarm
becomes active for that camera.
• In case of multiple input alarms shortly after each
other, the last input alarm is used for display.
>>> DISPLAY DWELL TIME
• Specify the dwell time for displaying the camera
with an input alarm or motion. The interval can be
configured with a slider from 5 to 10 seconds.
• If Follows is selected, the camera of the channel in
alarm or with motion is shown for as long as the
alarm is present or motion is detected.
>>> SEQUENCE DWELL TIME
• Specify the sequence dwell time that is used when
the SEQ key is pressed.
• The interval can be configured with a slider from Off
(disable) to 60 seconds (default 10 seconds).
>>> EXIT PLAYBACK ON EVENT
• When set to On, the DVR exits playback to display a
live event.
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>> SECURITY
>>> LOCAL PASSWORDS
• Set a local user password to allow a user limited
access rights only for monitoring, monitoring control
(Auto Seq., digital zoom), copy and playback
control. Configuration is not allowed.
• A password consists of 4 digits (0-9), entered by
using the up and down keys.
• To confirm the input, the user has to enter the same
password again.
• The configured password is only valid for local
users. The password is shown in the menu using *
characters.
• If a password is set, a user without the correct
password can only view live video and switch
between full screen or quad views.
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Set a local administrator password. An administrator
is allowed to enter all menus and configure all
settings.
A password consists of 4 digits (0-9), entered by
using the up and down keys.
To confirm the input, the administrator has to enter
the same password again.
The configured password is only valid for the local
administrator. The password is shown in the menu
using * characters.
To lock the keys on the front of the DVR, set keylock
to On and enter a four-digit password. (To unlock all
the keys on the front panel, use Keys 1 to 4 to enter
the password.)
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>>> REMOTE USERS
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Login names and passwords for the remote users (4)
and administrator can be specified here.
The administrator login name is always "admin" and
cannot be changed.
The remote user login name can be upto 16
characters long. The remote user password can be up
to 12 characters long.
Access to playback (PB) and relay control (RL) is set
for each remote user by placing a Y (allowed) or a N
(not allowed).
Even if remote relay is enabled, relays 1 and 2 cannot
be controlled via the remote software as they are
already used for input alarms, motion and system
failures.
Set Remote Setup to Enable (default) or Disable.
When set to Disable, configuration is possible only
via the front panel. PC users cannot configure the
DVR with the remote configuration software. When
set to Enable, both local and remote users can
configure the DVR.
Set IP Filtering to On to restrict access to the IP
address list set up by the Configuration Tool
application.
>> TIME SYNC
This setting is used for time synchronization over the
network. DVRs can be synchronized by setting them up as a
client for an SNTP server. The DVR can also be set up to act
as a local time server, when it is configured in SNTP server
mode.
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>>> NETWORK TIME SERVER
• Select On to allow the DVR to synchronize time
either as a client or as a master.
>>> SERVICE MODE
• Select Client to allow the DVR time setting to be
synchronized by a network time server.
• Select Master to allow the DVR to act as a network
time server and send its time to other DVRs to
synchronize them.
>>> SERVER IP ADDRESS
• Enter the IP address of the network time server.
• This network time server can be either a different
DVR, a computer or a server in the network. The
time is checked and synchronized with the network
time server once every hour.
>>> SYNCHRONIZE
• When this button is pressed, the time is synchronized
with the network time server and other DVRs
immediately.
>> BEEPER
Select whether the beeper should sound when videoloss is
detected or an input alarm is activated. Select On (default)
or Off. When an input alarm or videoloss occurs, it sounds
for as long as the specified relay dwell time.
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>> MISCELLANEOUS
>>> CURRENT PROFILE
• Shows the profile (Weekday - Day, Weekday - Night,
Weekend - Day, Weekend - Night) that is currently
active.
The DVR firmware version is shown here. Select Factory
defaults to set all parameters, except IP address, subnet
mask, default gateway and disk setup, to their default
values.
>>> WEEK START AND WEEK END
• Any day from Monday to Sunday can be used as a
start date or end date of a week.
>>> DAY START AND DAY END
• Any time from 00:00 to 23:59 can be used as a start
time or end time of a day.
• If the begin time is later than the end time, then the
profile is active from the end time until the begin
time on the next day.
>> EXCEPTION DAYS
>>> SAVE SETTINGS
• Select Save Settings to save the current settings to a
USB memory stick.
>>> LOAD SETTINGS
• Select Load Settings to load previously saved
settings from a USB memory stick into the DVR.
>>> UPDATE FIRMWARE
• For authorized personnel only!
Select Update Firmware to load new firmware from a
USB memory stick into the DVR. The new firmware
overwrites the current firmware.
Exception days can be set, apart from the four standard
periods, e.g. Christmas. Start time and date, and duration of
the Exception days can be configured.
4.7 Profiles >
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The recording schedule is divided by weekday day,
weekday night, weekend day and weekend night. Users can
configure start and end time of each schedule.
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>> PROFILES
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Up to 30 exception days can be set that override the
calendar list.
Use the up/down keys to move to an exception entry and
press the select key to start editing.
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4.8 Disk Manager >
The Disk Manager menu gives access to information on the
internal hard disk(s). The status of the recorded video and
associated data is also accessed via this menu.
>> HISTORY
• All system events are listed on a History log which
cannot be deleted or changed.
• Select a time frame to search by entering the start and
end time.
• To search for a specifc type of event, select a filter
option: All, Input Alarm, Motion, Text, Error or Status.
• Select Start to start the search.
• The history log includes remote login/logout, record
start/stop, time/date change, hard disk format, Videoloss,
Fan fail, Disk full, Disk fail, Power On/Off.
>> RECORDING SETUP
>>> RECORDING MODE
• When set to Continuous (default), the DVR
overwrites older images when the hard disk is full.
• When set to Linear, the DVR stops recording when
the hard disk is full and the administrator has to
delete video manually.
>>> DISK FULL ALARM WARNING
• A warning message is generated when the used disk
space exceeds the disk full warning percentage set.
• Select from 1 to 100% (default 95%).
>> BLOCK PLAYBACK
• Block playback of video that is older than a certain time.
• Select from "No block" (default), "24 hours", "2 days",
"3 days", "4 days", "5 days", "6 days", "7 days", "14
days", "21 days", "28 days" or "31 days".
>> DELETE
• Data can be deleted from a designated time frame. This
can be set from the beginning of the recorded data
(fixed) to a user defined time.
• Select the date and time up to which the recorded data is
to be deleted and then select Delete.
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>> STORAGE SETUP
• The storage setup menu provides a way to enable or
disable internal hard disks and to view the status of
connected hard disks.
• Disk shows the internal disk that has been detected.
• Size indicates the disk size of each disk in GB.
• Set Enabled to either Yes and No to enable or disable a
disk. If a disk is disabled, a message warns you that
disabling a disk causes data loss. A new hard disk can be
formatted if Enabled is set to Yes.
• Status indicates the status of the disk. OK indicates that
the disk is operating correctly and can be used for
recording; Fail indicates a problem.
>> STATUS OVERVIEW
• The status overview menu provides information on the
status of the connected hard disks.
• Earliest/Latest Recording indicates the times of the
earliest and latest recordings on the disk.
• Disk capacity indicates the total hard disk size in GB.
• Used space indicates the hard disk space that has been
used by recordings.
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Using the Configuration
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program via the Start button on the task bar and the
Programs menu item. Follow the login procedure.
Tool
5.4 How to Log in
The Configuration Tool is a software application that makes
the installation and configuration of a unit faster and easier.
The Configuration Tool runs on a PC that is connected to
the DVR via an Ethernet network connection. Although all
settings can also be configured with the on-screen display
menu of the DVR itself, the Configuration Tool offers a
very user-friendly alternative. Refer to the Remote Viewer
user manual for more information on the PC software.
5.1
When you start the Configuration Tool as a stand-alone
application via a network, the Login window appears. (Click
Exit to discontinue login and exit the application.)
Getting Started
To use the Configuration Tool to change settings, the unit
must be physically connected to a PC via a network
connection. The Configuration Tool application must be
installed on the PC.
5.1.1
System requirements
Operating platform: A PC or compatible running Windows
2000 or Windows XP.
For the Configuration Tool application, the minimum PC
requirements are:
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Processor: 600 MHz Pentium III
Memory: 128 MB
Hard disk space: 10 MB free
Video system: 16 MB video memory; 1024x768
resolution
Connectivity: 10/100-BaseT network interface
When the Configuration Tool application is started for the
first time, the DVR list is usually empty. You must first add
a DVR to the list. To add a DVR to the list, click Add in the
left bottom corner of the program. The Add New DVR
window appears.
5.2 Installing the Configuration Tool
The Configuration Tool is automatically installed on the PC
when you install the DVR4C Manager application. To
install Configuration Tool:
1. Insert the CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive on your PC.
> The installation program starts automatically.
2. If installation does not start automatically, locate the
Setup.exe file on the CD and double click it.
3. Follow the instructions on the screen and select to install
the Configuration Tool when asked to complete the
installation.
5.3 Starting the Configuration Tool
To start the Configuration Tool, double click the
Configuration Tool icon on your desktop window to start
the program. Alternatively, select the Configuration Tool
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To add a DVR to the list via Ethernet:
1. Select Ethernet, fill in the name and IP address of the
new DVR manually and click OK.
> The IP address to be filled-in is set in the System settings/
Connectivity/Network setup menu of the DVR.
2. Alternatively, select Ethernet and click Auto-detect.
> All DVRs on the local network are automatically displayed.
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3. Select a DVR and click OK.
To add DVR to the list via PSTN:
1. Select Dial-in and fill in the name and phone number of
the new DVR manually and click OK.
> The phone number to be filled-in is set in the System
settings/Connectivity/Network setup menu of the DVR.
To control a particular DVR (only administrators can log
in):
1. Select the DVR you want to control.
2. Type your user name and password.
> The user name is always admin.
> The password to be filled-in is set in the System settings/
Connectivity/Network access menu of the DVR4C itself.
3. Click Login.
To modify the DVR list:
1. Right-click the mouse on the DVR you want to modify.
2. Select Delete or Rename from the drop-down menu.
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Technical specifications
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Recording resolution: 352 x 288 (PAL) / 352 x 240 (NTSC)
Display modes
Rated Voltage and Power
Monitor:
Full, full sequence, quad, alarm call-up
100-240 VAC; 0.7-0.3A, 50/60Hz
Recording Modes
Video
Video standard:
Live resolution:
Digital Zoom:
Compression:
Inputs:
Outputs:
Linear, Continuous
PAL/NTSC auto-detect
720x576 (PAL) / 720x484 (NTSC)
2 times
MPEG4-based
Composite video 0.5-2 Vpp, 75 Ohm
1 Vpp, 75 Ohm
Audio recording
Compression:
Quality:
Audio Video
Synchronization:
Audio
Inputs:
Output:
Mono RCA, 1 Vpp, 10 kOhm
Mono RCA, 1 Vpp, 10 kOhm
USB
4 inputs configurable NO/NC, max.
input voltage 40 Vdc
4 relay outputs, configurable NO/NC,
max. rated 30 Vac - 40 Vac - 0.5A
Mechanical
Alarm Handling
Inputs:
Outputs:
Control
RS232:
RS232:
USB:
Alarm I/O:
4 looping BNC, manual termination
1 BNC
4 Cinch
1 Cinch
RJ45S modular jack 8 pins shielded:
10/100 BaseT according IEEE 802.3
DB9 Male
Type A connector
Screw terminal
Storage
Hard disks:
80 - 160 - 320 - 600 GB
Bitrates (at 25/30 IPS)
Low:
Standard:
Medium:
High:
Superior:
Dimensions:
Weight approx.:
Best effort, typically <0.5 second
offset.
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USB Memory Stick
369x270x83 mm (14.5x10.6x3.3 inch)
with 1 HDD 4.5kg (9.9 lbs)
with 2 HDDs 5kg (11 lbs)
Environmental
Output signals according EIA/TIA232-F, max. input voltage ±25V
Connectors
Video inputs:
Monitor:
Audio inputs:
Audio output:
Ethernet:
USB version:
Supported Media:
ADPCM
32 Kbps, 9 KHz sampling
250 kbps
500 kbps
750 kbps
1 Mbps
1.5 Mbps
Temperature
- Operating:
- Storage:
Humidity
- Operating:
- Storage:
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<93% non-condensing
<95% non-condensing
Electromagnetic Compatibility
EMC requirements
- USA:
FCC Part 15, Class B
- EU:
EMC directive 89/336/EEC
Immunity: EN50130-4
Emission: EN55022 Class B
Harmonics: EN61000-3-2
Voltage fluctuations: EN61000-3-3
Safety
- USA:
UL60950 3nd edition
- EU:
CE, EN60950 2000 3nd edition
- Can.:
CAN/CSA-E60065-00
PC requirements
Remote software
Operating System
Processor
Video Recording
Recording Rate (IPS)
NTSC:
120 total, configurable:
30, 15, 7.5, 4, 2, 1, 0
PAL:
100 total, configurable:
25, 12.5, 6, 3, 1.5, 0.75, 0
+5°C to +40°C (+41°F to +104°F )
-25°C to +70°C (-13°F to +158°F )
RAM memory
Free disk space
Video system
Connection
Windows 2000 Professional, XP
PIII 600MHz (PIV 2GHz
recommended)
128MB (256MB recommended)
10MB
16MB Memory, 1024x768 resolution
(64MB Memory recommended)
10/100 Base-T network interface
Bosch Sicherheitssysteme GmbH
Bosch Security Systems B.V.
Robert-Koch-Straße 100
P.O. Box 80002
D-85521 Ottobrunn
5600 JB Eindhoven
Germany
The Netherlands
www.bosch-sicherheitssysteme.de
www.boschsecuritysystems.com
3122 165 22981
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