Bosch DVR1EP32A Operating instructions

DVR1 Series
Single Channel, Color
Digital Video Recorder
Applicable Models: DVR1EP08, DVR1EP16, DVR1EP32, and DVR1EP32A
Installation Instructions
Eng
Philips
Communication,
Security & Imaging
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
1. Read Instructions - All the safety and operating instructions should be read
before the unit is operated.
2. Retain Instructions - The safety and operating instructions should be
retained for future reference.
3. Heed Warnings - All warnings on the unit and in the operating instructions
should be adhered to.
4. Follow Instructions - All operating and use instructions should be followed.
5. Cleaning - Unplug the unit from the outlet before cleaning. Do not use
liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning.
6. Attachments - Do not use attachments not recommended by the product
manufacturer as they may cause hazards.
7. Water and Moisture - Do not use this unit near water - for example, near a
bath tub, wash bowl, kitchen sink, or laundry tub; in a wet basement; near
a swimming pool; in an unprotected outdoor installation; or any area which
is classified as a wet location.
8. Accessories - Do not place this unit on an unstable stand, tripod, bracket,
or mount. The unit may fall, causing serious injury to a person and serious
damage to the unit. Use only with a stand, tripod, bracket, or mount
recommended by the manufacturer or sold with the product. Any
mounting of the unit should follow the manufacturer’s instructions and
should use a mounting accessory recommended by the
manufacturer.
An appliance and cart combination should be moved with care.
Quick stops, excessive force, and uneven surfaces may cause the appliance
and cart combination to overturn.
9. Ventilation - Openings in the enclosure, if any, are provided for ventilation,
to ensure reliable operation of the unit, and to protect it from overheating.
These openings must not be blocked or covered. This unit should not be
placed in a built-in installation unless proper ventilation is provided or the
manufacturer’s instructions have been adhered to.
10. 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. For units intended to operate from battery power or other
sources, refer to the operating instructions.
11. Grounding or Polarization - This unit may be equipped with a polarized
alternating-current line plug (a plug having one blade wider than the other).
This plug will fit into the power outlet only one way. This is a safety
feature. If you are unable to insert the plug fully into the outlet, try
reversing the plug. If the plug should still fail to fit, contact your electrician
to replace your obsolete outlet. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the
polarized plug.
Alternately, this unit may be equipped with a 3-wire grounding-type plug, a
plug having a third (grounding) pin. This plug will only fit into a
grounding-type power outlet. This is a safety feature. If you are unable to
insert the plug into the outlet, contact your electrician to replace your
obsolete outlet. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the grounding-type
plug.
12. Power Cord Protection - Power supply cords should be routed so that they are
not likely to be walked on or pinched by items placed upon or against them,
paying particular attention to cords and plugs, convenience receptacles, and
the point where they exit from the appliance.
13. Power Lines - An outdoor system should not be located in the vicinity of
overhead power lines or other electric light or power circuits or where it can
fall into such power lines or circuits. When installing an outdoor system,
extreme care should be taken to keep from touching such power lines or
circuits as contact with them might be fatal. U.S.A. models only - refer to
the National Electrical Code Article 820 regarding installation of CATV
systems.
14. Overloading - Do not overload outlets and extension cords as this can result
in a risk of fire or electric shock.
15. 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.
16. Servicing - Do not attempt to service this unit yourself as opening or
removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltage or other hazards.
Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
17. Damage Requiring Service - Unplug the unit from the outlet and
refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the following conditions:
a. When the power supply cord or plug is damaged.
b. If liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the unit.
c. If the unit has been exposed to rain or water.
d. If the unit does not operate normally by following the operating
instructions. Adjust only those controls that are covered by the
operating instructions, as an improper adjustment of other controls
may result in damage and will often require extensive work by a
qualified technician to restore the unit to its normal operation.
e. If the unit has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged.
f. When the unit exhibits a distinct change in performance--this indicates
a need for service.
18. 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.
19. 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.
20. Coax Grounding - If an outside cable system is connected to the unit, be
sure the cable system is grounded. 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.
21. Lightning - For added protection of this unit during a lightning storm, or
when it is left unattended and unused for long periods of time, unplug it
from the wall outlet and disconnect the cable system. This will prevent
damage to the unit due to lightning and power line surges.
FCC & ICES INFORMATION
(U.S.A. and Canadian Models Only)
WARNING - This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the
limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules and
ICES-003 of Industry Canada. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a
commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and radiates radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful
interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at
his own expense. Intentional or unintentional changes or modifications not
expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance shall not be made.
Any such changes or modifications could void the user’s authority to operate the
equipment.
If necessary, the user should consult the dealer or an experienced radio/television
technician for corrective action. The user may find the following booklet
prepared by the Federal Communications Commission helpful: "How to
Identify and Resolve Radio-TV Interference Problems." This booklet is
available from the U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, DC 20402,
Stock No.004-000-00345-4.
Warning: This is a Class A product. In a domestic
environment, this product may cause radio interference in
which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
For additional information or to speak to a representative,
please contact the Bosch Security Systems, Inc. location nearest
you:
The Americas: 1 800 326 3270
Europe & Middle East: 31 40 278 1222
Asia Pacific Region: 65 350 1859
or visit our Web site at www.philipscsi.com.
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
SECURITE
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF
ELECTRICAL SHOCK, DO NOT OPEN
COVERS. NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS
INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED
SERVICE PERSONNEL.
DANGER: POUR ÉVITER TOUT RISQUE
D’ÉLECTROCUTION, NE PAS OUVRIR LE BOÎTIER.
IL N’Y A PAS DE PIÈCES REMPLAÇABLES À
L’INTÉRIEUR. POUR TOUTE RÉVISION,
S’ADRESSER À UN TECHNICIEN SPÉCIALISÉ.
The lightning flash with an arrowhead symbol within
an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to
the presence of uninsulated "dangerous voltage" within
the product’s enclosure that may be of sufficient
magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to
persons.
L’éclair fléché dans un triangle équilatéral, avertit
l’utilisateur de la présence d’une "tension dangereuse"
non isolée à l’intérieur de l’appareil et d’une valeur
suffisante pour constituer un risque d’électrocution.
Le point d’exclamation contenu dans un triangle
équilatéral, avertit l’utilisateur de la présence, dans la
documentation qui accompagne l’appareil, de consignes
d’utilisation et de maintenance importantes.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is
intended to alert the user to presence of important
operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in
the literature accompanying the appliance.
ATTENTION
POUR ÉVITER LE RISQUE D’ÉLECTROCUTION OU
D’INCENDIE, NE PAS EXPOSER À LA PLUIE OU À
L’HUMIDITÉ UN APPAREIL NON CONÇU POUR
UNE UTILISATION EXTÉRIEURE.
WARNING
TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO
NOT EXPOSE UNITS NOT SPECIFICALLY
DESIGNED FOR OUTDOOR USE TO RAIN OR
MOISTURE.
Attention: L’installation doit être effectuée uniquement
par du personnel de service qualifié conformément à la
réglementation du Code Electrique National ou à la
réglementation locale.
Attention: Installation should be performed by
qualified service personnel only in accordance with the
National Electrical Code or applicable local codes.
Disjonction de l’alimentation. Les appareils avec ou
sans commutateurs ON-OFF sont alimentés à chaque
fois que le cordon d’alimentation est branché à la
source d’alimentation; toutefois, les appareils disposant
de commutateurs ON-OFF ne fonctionnnent que
lorsque le commutateur ON-OFF est sur la position
ON. Le cordon d’alimentation est la disjonction
d’alimentation principale pour tous les appareils.
Power Disconnect. Units with or without ON-OFF
switches have power supplied to the unit whenever the
power cord is inserted into the power source; however,
the unit is operational only when the ON-OFF switch
is in the ON position. The power cord is the main
power disconnect for all units.
WARNING: Electrostaticsensitive device. Use proper
CMOS/MOSFET handling
precautions to avoid
electrostatic discharge.
NOTE: Grounded wrist straps
must be worn and proper ESD
safety precautions observed
when handling the electrostaticsensitive printed circuit boards.
CAUTION: Lithium Battery
Danger of explosion if battery is
incorrectly replaced. Replace only with
the same or equivalent type
recommended by the manufacturer.
A T T E N T IO N
O B S E R V E
F O R
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SICHERHEITSVORKEHRUNGEN
PRECAUCIONES DE SEGURIDAD
PRECAUCION: PARA REDUCIR EL RIESGO DE
CHOQUE ELÉCTRICO, FAVOR NO ABRIR LA
CUBIERTA. ESTE EQUIPO NO CONSTA DE
PIEZAS O PARTES QUE REQUIEREN SERVICIO O
MANTENIMIENTO. PARA REPARACIONES
FAVOR REFERIRSE A UN TÉCNICO CALIFICADO.
VORSICHT: UM EINEN ELEKTRISCHEN
SCHLAG ZU VERMEIDEN, ABDECKUNG
NICHT ENTFERNEN. WARTUNGEN ALLER
ART QUALIFIZIERTEM PERSONAL BRLASSEN.
Das Blitzsymbol im gleichseitigen Dreieck soll den
Benutzer auf nicht isolierte “Hochspannung” im
Gehäuse aufmerksam machen, die eventuell stark genug
ist, um einen elektrischen Schlag zu verursachen.
El símbolo representado por un relámpago con punta
de flecha dentro de un triángulo equilátero, se muestra
con el objetivo de alertar al usuario que existen "voltages
peligrosos" sin aislamiento, dentro de la cubierta de la
unidad. Dichos voltages pueden ser de tal magnitud que
constituyen un riesgo de choque eléctrico a personas.
Das Ausrufezeichen im gleichseitigen Dreieck soll den
Benutzer auf wichtige Bedienungs- und
Wartungsanleitungen in der dem Gerät beigefügten
Literatur aufmerksam machen.
El símbolo de exclamación dentro de un triángulo
equilátero, se muestra con el objetivo de alertar al
ususario de que instrucciones de operación y
mantenimiento importantes acompañan al equipo.
WARNUNG
UM FEUER ODER ELEKTRISCHE SCHLÄGE
ZU VERMEIDEN, SETZEN SIE DAS GERÄT
NIEMALS REGEN ODER FEUCHTIGKEIT AUS.
PELIGRO
PARA EVITAR EL PELIGRO DE INCENDIO Ó
CHOQUE ELÉCTRICO, NO EXPONGA A LA
LLUVIA Ó HUMEDAD, EQUIPOS QUE NO HAN
SIDO DISEÑADOS PARA USO EXTERIOR.
Achtung! Die Installation sollte nur von qualifiziertem
Kundendienstpersonal gemäß jeweilig zutreffender
Elektrovorschriften ausgeführt werden.
Netzanschluß. Geräte mit oder ohne Netzschalter haben
Spannung am Gerät anliegen, sobald der Netzstecker in
die Steckdose gesteckt wird. Das Gerät ist jedoch nur
betriebsbereit, wenn der Netzschalter (EIN/AUS) auf
EIN steht. Wenn man das Netzkabel aus der Steckdose
zieht, dann ist die Spannungszuführung zum Gerät
vollkommen unterbrochen.
Atención: La instalación de este equipo debe ser
realizada por personal capacitado, solo en acuerdo, y en
cumplimiento de normas del "National Electric Code"
(Código Eléctrico Nacional) ó las normas del Gobierno
Nacional Local.
Para Desconectar la Alimentación: Unidades no
equipadas con interruptores ON/OFF, son alimentadas
cuando el cable de alimentación es conectado a la
corriente eléctrica. Las unidades equipadas con
interruptores son alimentadas de igual forma, pero
adicionalmente requieren que el interruptor esté
posicionado en ON. El cable de alimentación es el
medio principal de desconexión del equipo.
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VEILIGHEIDSMAATREGELEN
SICUREZZA
VOORZICHTIG
ATTENZIONE
GEVAAR VOOR ELEKTRISCHE SCHOK.
NIET OPENEN!
PERICOLO DI SCOSSA ELETTRICA.
NON APRIRE.
GEVAAR: OPEN DEZE BEHUIZING NIET,
TENEINDE HET RISICO VAN ELEKTRISCHE
SCHOKKEN TE VOORKOMEN. BINNENIN
BEVINDEN ZICH GEEN DOOR DE
GEBRUIKER TE REPAREREN ONDERDELEN.
RAADPLEEG VOOR REPARATIE
GEKWALIFICEERD SERVICEPERSONEEL.
ATTENZIONE: PER RIDURRE IL PERICOLO DI
SCOSSA ELETTRICA, NON APRIRE LE
COPERTURE. L’INTERNO NON CONTIENE
COMPONENTI CHE L’UTENTE PUÒ
RIPARARE PERSONALMENTE. RIVOLGERSI AL
PERSONALE DI ASSISTENZA QUALIFICATO
PER QUALSIASI INTERVENTO DI RIPARAZIONE.
Het symbool van een bliksem met pijlpunt in een
gelijkzijdige driehoek is bedoeld om de gebruiker te
waarschuwen voor de aanwezigheid van een niet
geïsoleerde ‘gevaarlijke spanning’ binnen in de
behuizing van het product, die voldoende sterk kan
zijn om personen het risico van een elektrische schok te
geven.
Il simbolo triangolare di un fulmine con la punta a
freccia intende mettere in allerta l’utente riguardo alla
presenza di tensioni pericolose non isolate all’interno
del guscio dell’unità, che potrebbero essere di intensità
sufficiente per costituire pericolo di elettrocuzione.
Il punto esclamativo racchiuso in un triangolo
equilatero intende avvisare l’utente in merito alla
presenza di importanti istruzioni operative e di
manutenzione nella documentazione di
accompagnamento all’unità.
Het symbool van een uitroepteken in een gelijkzijdige
driehoek is bedoeld om de gebruiker te waarschuwen
voor de aanwezigheid van belangrijke bedienings- en
onderhouds- (service-) instructies in de documentatie
die met het product zijn meegeleverd.
AVVERTENZA
PER IMPEDIRE INCENDI O SCOSSA
ELETTRICA, NON ESPORRE L’UNITÀ ALLA
PIOGGIA O ALL’UMIDITÀ.
WAARSCHUWING: OM HET GEVAAR VAN
BRAND OF ELEKTRISCHE SCHOKKEN TE
VOORKOMEN, DIENT U APPARATEN DIE
NIET SPECIFIEK ONTWIKKELD ZIJN VOOR
BUITENGEBRUIK NIET BLOOT TE STELLEN
AAN REGEN OF VOCHT.
Precauzione: affidare l’installazione al solo personale
qualificato e nel rispetto del Codice elettrico
nazionale (USA) o dei codici locali pertinenti.
Scollegamento dell’alimentazione. Gli apparecchi con
o senza commutatori ON-OFF ricevono corrente tutte
le volte che il cavo di alimentazione è inserito nella
presa di forza; tuttavia, gli apparecchi muniti di
commutatore ON-OFF funzionano solo se quest’ultimo
è in posizione ON. Il cavo di alimentazione serve a
scollegare dalla corrente tutti gli apparecchi.
Attentie: De installatie dient alleen te worden
uitgevoerd door gekwalificeerd servicepersoneel en in
overeenstemming met de plaatselijk geldende
installatievoorschriften.
Onderbreken van de spanning. Units met of zonder
AAN/UIT-schakelaar, staan onder spanning zolang het
netsnoer is verbonden met de wandcontactdoos. De
unit is echter alleen bedrijfsklaar als de AAN/UITschakelaar in de AAN-stand staat. Losnemen van het
netsnoer is voor alle units de belangrijkste manier om
de spanning te onderbreken.
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ZASADY BEZPIECZEŃSTWA
MEDIDAS DE SEGURANÇA
CUIDADO
UWAGA
RISCO DE CHOQUE ELÉCTRICO.
NÃO ABRIR!
NIEBEZPIECZEŃSTWO PORAŻENIA PRĄDEM
ELEKTRYCZNYM. NIE OTWIERAĆ!
CUIDADO: PARA REDUZIR O RISCO DE
CHOQUE ELÉCTRICO, NÃO ABRA AS
TAMPAS. O INTERIOR NÃO CONTÉM PEÇAS
QUE NECESSITEM DE MANUTENÇÃO.
A MANUTENÇÃO DEVE SER EFECTUADA
POR PESSOAL DE ASSISTÊNCIA TÉCNICA
QUALIFICADO.
O símbolo do raio com a cabeça de uma seta dentro
de um triângulo equilátero serve para alertar o utilizar
para a presença de "corrente eléctrica perigosa" não
isolada no interior da caixa do produto que pode ser
suficiente para dar origem a choques eléctricos.
O ponto de exclamação dentro de um triângulo equilátero
serve para alertar o utilizador para a presença de instruções
de funcionamento e manutenção importantes na
documentação fornecida com o aparelho.
AVISO
PARA EVITAR INCÊNDIOS OU CHOQUES
ELÉCTRICOS, NÃO EXPONHA À CHUVA OU
HUMIDADE UNIDADES NÃO
ESPECIFICAMENTE CRIADAS PARA
UTILIZAÇÃO NO EXTERIOR.
Atenção: A instalação deve ser efectuada por pessoal de
assistência técnica qualificado, de acordo com o
National Electrical Code (Normas de Electricidade
Nacionais) ou a legislação local aplicável.
Desconexão da electricidade. Unidades com ou sem
interruptores ON-OFF são activadas sempre que o
cabo eléctrico for ligado a uma fonte de alimentação.
No entanto, a unidade fica operacional apenas quando
o interruptor ON-OFF se encontrar na posição ON.
Para desligar a electricidade em qualquer uma das
unidades deve ser utilizado o cabo eléctrico.
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UWAGA: ZE WZGLĘDU NA
NIEBEZPIECZEŃSTWO PORAŻENIA PRĄDEM
NIE WOLNO OTWIERAĆ POKRYWY. W
ŚRODKU NIE MA ŻADNYCH ELEMENTÓW,
KTÓRE MOGĄ BYĆ NAPRAWIANE PRZEZ
UŻYTKOWNIKA. NAPRAWĘ NALEŻY
POWIERZYĆ AUTORYZOWANEMU
PUNKTOWI SERWISOWEMU.
Błyskawica ze strzałką wewnątrz trójkąta
równobocznego ma za zadanie zwrócić uwagę
użytkownika na obecność nieizolowanego
"niebezpiecznego napięcia" wewnątrz obudowy
urządzenia, o wielkości stwarzającej niebezpieczeństwo
porażenia prądem.
Wykrzyknik wewnątrz trójkąta równobocznego ma za
zadanie zwrócić uwagę użytkownika na ważne
czynności, związane z obsługą i konserwacją
urządzenia, zamieszczone w Instrukcji obsługi.
OSTRZEŻENIE
ABY UNIKNĄĆ POŻARU LUB PORAŻENIA
PRĄDEM NIE WOLNO WYSTAWIAĆ NA
DZIAŁANIE DESZCZU LUB WILGOCI
URZĄDZEŃ, KTÓRE NIE ZOSTAŁY
SPECJALNIE ZAPROJEKTOWANE DO
UŻYWANIA NA OTWARTYM POWIETRZU.
Uwaga: Instalację urządzenia powinien wykonać tylko
wykwalifikowany personel, zgodnie z przepisami NEC
lub odpowiednimi przepisami miejscowymi.
Odłączanie zasilania. Urządzenia zarówno nie
posiadające, jak i posiadające wyłączniki ON-OFF
znajdują się pod napięciem, jeżeli tylko przewód
zasilający jest połączony ze źródłem zasilania. Jednakże
urządzenie działa tylko wtedy, gdy wyłącznik znajduje
się w położeniu ON. Przewód zasilający jest głównym
odłącznikiem zasilania dla wszystkich rodzajów
urządzeń.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SECTION 1: INTRODUCTION TO THE DVR1 SERIES DIGITAL VIDEO RECORDERS
1.1
1.2
1.3
9
Guide to This Manual ..............................................................................................................9
Unpacking ................................................................................................................................9
Understanding the DVR1 Series ................................................................................................9
SECTION 2: INSTALLING THE DVR1 ......................................................................................10
2.1 Mounting ................................................................................................................................10
2.2 Connecting the DVR1 ............................................................................................................10
SECTION 3: GUIDE TO THE DVR1 CONTROLS ..................................................................13
3.1 DVR1 Front Panel Controls ....................................................................................................13
3.2 DVR1 Front Panel Display ......................................................................................................13
3.3 Navigating with the DVR1 Controls ......................................................................................14
SECTION 4: DVR1 MAIN MENU PROGRAMMING ..............................................................15
4.1 Overview of the DVR1 Main Menu ........................................................................................15
4.2 Setting the Time/Date ............................................................................................................15
4.3 Configuring Alarms ................................................................................................................15
4.4 Configuring Scheduled Recordings ..........................................................................................16
4.5 Configuring the Recording Parameters ....................................................................................16
4.6 Configuring On-screen Display Options ................................................................................17
4.7 Managing Archive Storage ......................................................................................................17
4.8 Accessing the Advanced Menu ................................................................................................19
4.9 About DSR ............................................................................................................................19
SECTION 5: DVR1 ADVANCED MENU PROGRAMMING ....................................................20
5.1 Overview of the DVR1 Advanced Menu ................................................................................20
5.2 DVR1 Passwords ....................................................................................................................20
5.3 Overwriting the Hard Disk ....................................................................................................21
5.4 Erasing, Deleting, and Recovering Hard Disk Data ................................................................21
5.5 Invoking Audio Recording ......................................................................................................21
5.6 Using the Auto Delete Feature ................................................................................................21
5.7 Configuring Communications ................................................................................................22
5.8 Configuring the Multiplexer Format ......................................................................................22
5.9 Adjusting Picture Qualities ......................................................................................................22
5.10 Locking Out the Front Panel ..................................................................................................22
5.11 Restoring Factory Defaults ......................................................................................................23
5.12 Changing the Password ..........................................................................................................23
SECTION 6: OPERATING THE DVR1 SERIES ........................................................................24
6.1 Initial Startup ..........................................................................................................................24
6.2 Recording ................................................................................................................................24
6.3 Playback ..................................................................................................................................25
6.4 The Search Interface ................................................................................................................26
SECTION 7: ARCHIVING ..........................................................................................................27
7.1 Archiving Applications Explained ..........................................................................................27
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7.1.1
Extended Archiving Applications ..........................................................................................................27
7.1.2
Backup Archiving Applications ............................................................................................................27
7.1.3
Selective/Manual Archiving Applications ..............................................................................................27
7.2
Using CD-Writers ..................................................................................................................27
7.2.1
Minimuum Requirements ....................................................................................................................27
7.2.2
Connecting the CD Recorder ................................................................................................................27
7.3
7.4
Creating a CD-ROM with Video Files ....................................................................................28
Limitations on CD Operations ................................................................................................28
SECTION 8: SERVICE AND RETURNS ....................................................................................29
8.1 Maintenance ............................................................................................................................29
8.2 Factory Service ........................................................................................................................29
APPENDIX A: FACTORY DEFAULT SETTINGS ......................................................................30
APPENDIX B: TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ........................................................................31
APPENDIX C: REO QUICK INSTALL GUIDE ..........................................................................33
1.1 Introduction ............................................................................................................................33
1.2 Required Software Version ......................................................................................................33
1.3 Installation ..............................................................................................................................33
1.3.1
Connection of Audio/Video Cable (A/V cable) ......................................................................................33
1.3.2
Connection of Alarm Contact ..............................................................................................................33
1.4
1.5
1.6
Programming the REO System Monitor ................................................................................34
Programming the DVR1 ........................................................................................................34
Remote Viewing Considerations ..............................................................................................34
APPENDIX D: INSTALLATION GUIDE FOR THE COMBINED PHILIPS MULTIPLEXER,
INTUIKEY KEYBOARD & DVR1 SERIES SYSTEM ........................................35
1.1 Overview ................................................................................................................................35
1.2 Required Software Version ......................................................................................................35
1.3 Installation ..............................................................................................................................35
1.4 DVR1 Keyboard Menus ..........................................................................................................36
1.4.1
DVR1 Controls Menu ..........................................................................................................................36
1.4.2
DVR1 Playback Controls Menu ............................................................................................................37
APPENDIX E: RS-232 REMOTE PROTOCOL ..........................................................................38
1.1 Supported Command Sequences ............................................................................................38
1.2 Setting the Clock ....................................................................................................................38
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SECTION 1: INTRODUCTION TO THE
DVR1 SERIES DIGITAL VIDEO RECORDERS
1.1 Guide to This Manual
This manual contains all of the information necessary to safely install, program, and operate Philips’ DVR1 Series
Digital Video Recorders. Step-by-step procedures and sample menus guide you through each phase of the DVR1’s
setup and programming.
The DVR1 package includes the Remote Viewer software, which allows remote access to a DVR1 through a network
interface. Complete installation and operation instructions for the Remote Viewer program are included in this
manual.
1.2 Unpacking
Unpack carefully. This is electronic equipment and should be handled with care to prevent damage to the unit.
Check for the following items:
✔ Digital Video Recorder unit
✔ Installation Instructions (this manual)
✔ Accessories PCB (printed circuit board)
✔ One (1) 12-volt power supply with two (2) power cables
✔ Rack mount kit
✔ Wave Reader software (CD)
✔ Wave Reader Manual
✔ Wave Watch Manual
If any items appear to have been damaged in shipment, replace the item(s) properly in the shipping carton and notify
the shipping company. If any items are missing, notify your nearest Bosch Security Systems, Inc. Sales Representative
or Customer Service Representative:
The Americas: 1 800 326 3270
Europe & Middle East: 31 40 278 1222
Asia Pacific Region: 65 350 1859
NOTE: The shipping carton and all packing materials should be retained, in case transporting the unit is necessary.
This will ensure safe transport of all components.
1.3 Understanding the DVR1 Series
The DVR1 Series of Digital Video Recorders provide a digital alternative to traditional time-lapse VCRs. Digital
video recording allows continuous recording on a hard disk, eliminating the need to replace or rewind videotapes. The
DVR1 Series provide menu-based search capabilities for recorded events, as well as access to live or recorded data via
the Ethernet.
Additionally, the DVR1 Series offer the following operating features:
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•
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Single-channel composite or S-video input/output connections.
Ample hard disk storage: 80GB for DVR1EP08; 160GB for DVR1EP16; 320GB for DVR1EP32 &
DVR1EP32A.
Accepts a single camera or multiplexed inputs from most popular multiplexers.
Multiple recording rates from 0.1 up to 60 pictures per second (pps; also referred to as images per second, or IPS).
Two hard disk recording modes: continuous recording (overwrite mode) or no overwrite.
Two recording quality modes: S-video or VHS.
Compatibility with many archiving devices (see Section 4.7).
Remote Viewer software allows remote viewing of live or recorded images on a PC, as well as many other features
(see Wave Reader Manual [part # 3935 890 44511] & Wave Watch Manual [part # 3935 890 44711]).
NOTE: Refer to the Bosch Web site, www.philipscsi.com, for a listing of the latest approved external archiving devices.
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SECTION 2: INSTALLING THE DVR1
PHILIPS
PHILIPS
Audio
(Optional)
PHILIPS
PHILIPS
PHILIPS
Microphone
(Optional)
CONSOLE
KEYBD
SVHS IN
SVHS OUT
VCR
IN
VCR
OUT
MON B
MON A
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
ALARM
SDA
Multiplexer
RS- 232
ACCESSORIES
1
ETHERNET
10/100
1 ALARM IN
2 ALARM OUT
3 RECORD START IN
4 ALARM RECORD RESET
5 VEXT PULSE OUT
6 ERROR OUT
7 GROUND
8 VIDEOLOSS OUT
9 DISK END OUT
AUDIO IN
S-video IN
VIDEO IN
5
6
9
12VDC
SCSI
AUDIO OUT S-video OUT VIDEO OUT
DVR1
CD-writer
SCSI
Keyboard
Ethernet
Network
Figure 2A – Sample DVR1 System Installation
Figure 2A provides an illustration of a typical DVR1 system installation. Consider the peripheral devices necessary for
your system application, and perform the system connections according to the following installation instructions.
2.1 Mounting
The DVR1 is supplied as a desktop unit. If desired, your unit may be rack mounted using the rack mount kit
(included with the unit). Ensure that the mounting/installation location provides adequate ventilation and protection
from moisture. Do not obstruct the ventilation holes at the sides of the unit.
2.2
Connecting the DVR1
Rear Panel Connections
1. Refer to Figure 2B for details on the input/output connections supplied by the DVR1.
3
5
ACCESSORIES
1
ETHERNET
10/100
1 ALARM IN
2 ALARM OUT
3 RECORD START IN
4 ALARM RECORD RESET
5 VEXT PULSE OUT
6 ERROR OUT
7 GROUND
8 VIDEOLOSS OUT
9 DISK END OUT
RS-232
6
8
10
AUDIO IN
S-video IN
VIDEO IN
5
6
9
12V DC
SCSI
2
4
AUDIO OUT
1
7
S-video OUT
9
VIDEO OUT
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1. Ethernet Port: For viewing Live or Recorded Images on a PC via the Ethernet (network).
2. Power Connector: Connect 12 Volt AC external power supply (provided).
NOTE: Ensure that the site's AC Power is stable and within the rated voltage of the external power supply. If the site's
AC power is likely to have spikes or power dips, use power line conditioning or an Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS).
3. Accessory I/O Port: Used to connect peripheral devices such as alarm devices, alarm relays, or the VEXT (Video External Pulse)
connection (see additional pertinent information, including pinout details, in this section).
4. SCSI Port: For connecting a SCSI compatible archive device.
5. RS-232 Serial Port: Serial port for Flash Upgrading of software. Also used for external control of unit.
NOTE: The RS-232 port does NOT work with a modem. Use a Null Modem type cable (Philips S1385 cable) to connect to this port.
6. Audio In (specified version only): Unbalanced, RCA style jack.
7. Audio Out (specified version only): Unbalanced, RCA style jack.
8. S-video In: Y/C video input with 4-pin mini-DIN style connector.
9. S-video Out: Y/C video output with 4-pin mini-DIN style connector.
10. Video In: Composite video input with BNC style connector.
11. Video Out: Composite video output with BNC style connector.
Figure 2B – DVR1 Rear Panel Connections
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2. Connect all peripherals (e.g. cameras, monitors, etc.) to the corresponding inputs/outputs on the DVR1 rear
panel.
CAUTION: DO NOT connect both S-video and Composite inputs at the same time. A hardware conflict will
occur, which could damage the unit.
3. When all connections have been completed, apply power to the system.
S-Video
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Cable must be purchased separately.
Pin Signal
3
4
1.
2.
3.
4.
GND (Y)
GND (C)
Y-signal IN or OUT
C-signal IN or OUT
1
2
Ethernet Port
Ethernet port uses standard pinout configuration.
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For a DVR1 that connects directly to a Hub, use a straight-through connection.
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For a DVR1 that connects directly to a PC, use a crossover connection.
Accessories Port Connections
ACCESSORIES
The rear panel of the DVR1 is equipped with an Accessories Port (DB-9 style
connector). Connect the Accessories PCB (supplied with the unit) to the
Accessories Port, then wire all accessories to the Accessories PCB.
If the Accessories PCB is lost or missing, contact Bosch Customer Service for a
replacement (Part Number 0900-0127a).
1
5
6
9
DB-9 Connector on
Rear Panel
Pin 5:
Pin 10:
9
5 GND
8
Error Out
Ground
Videoloss Out
Disk End Out
4
6:
7:
8:
9:
7
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
3
Alarm In
Alarm Out
Record Start In
Alarm Record Reset
(future feature)
VEXT Pulse Out
2
1:
2:
3:
4:
6
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
1
As an alternative to using the PCB connector, you may purchase a female
DB-9 connector and perform wiring and connections as detailed in the
following pin-out.
Ground
NOTE: Refer to the multiplexer and other peripheral device manuals for
pertinent connection and synchronization information.
Accessories PCB
Functional descriptions of the connections provided by the DVR1 Accessories Port follow:
Alarm In: An alarm condition can be activated by an Active Low TTL
input, or by relay contact devices such as pressure pads, passive infrareds,
door switches, or similar devices
Input: Active Low TTL with pull-ups
or Normally Open Relay.
High: 5 V (12 V tolerant)
Low: Ground
Minimum Duration: 0.5 Seconds
Normally Open Relay Alarm Connection
Pin 1
Alarm Input
Normally Open
(Closes During Alarm)
Ground
Pin 7 or 10
Typical Alarm Device
Accessories PCB
Refer to each alarm device's
manual for specific wiring details.
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Alarm Out: The Alarm Output is activated when a teletext alarm is read, or while the
Alarm Input is active. The Alarm output is only active for the duration of the alarm
event.
Input: Active Low
High: 12 V
Low: Ground
Current Out: 50 mA Max
Short Circuit Protected.
Low for duration of alarm
Record Start In: When activated, this connection places the unit in record mode.
Compatible with the Disk End Out signal from a second unit.
Input: Active Low TTL with pull-ups
or Normally Open Relay.
High: 5 V (12 V tolerant)
Low: Ground
Minimum Duration: 0.5 Seconds
Alarm Record Reset: This feature is for future development and has not yet been
implemented.
VEXT Pulse Out: The Video External Pulse Connection (VEXT) simplifies
multiplexer operation by automatically synchronizing the multiplexer with the DVR1.
The DVR1 sends a VEXT pulse to the multiplexer, indicating that it is ready to
record the next image. The multiplexer responds by sending the next image to the
Video Input on the DVR1.
Output: Active Low
High: 5 V
Low: Ground (0.8 V Max)
Current Out: 50 mA Max
Short Circuit Protected.
The VEXT connection is especially beneficial for units configured with dual record
speeds (Normal and Alarm).
NOTE: Use of the VEXT connection is highly recommended when connecting
the unit to a multiplexer.
Error Out: The Error Out signal is activated when the unit experiences any
operational or internal error.
Videoloss Out: The Videoloss Out signal is activated when the unit experiences
loss of video on the selected video input (Composite or S-video).
In the event of loss of video, VIDEOLOSS will be indicated near the upper
left-hand corner of the primary monitor.
Disk End Out: The Disk End Out is activated when there are 5 minutes of
recording space left on the hard disk.
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Output: Open Collector
High: Transistor Off
Low: Transistor On
Active When On.
Current Out: 10 mA Max
Minimum Duration: 0.5 Seconds
SECTION 3: GUIDE TO THE DVR1 CONTROLS
Before attempting DVR1 programming, you should become familiar with the function of the DVR1 controls. This
section provides a summary of the front panel controls and indicators, as well as hints for navigating the DVR1
menus and entering values via the front panel controls.
3.1 DVR1 Front Panel Controls
Figure 3A provides an illustration of the DVR1 front panel controls and their functionality. Figure 3B shows the
components of the Front Panel LCD display.
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10
11
14 16
17
PWR LOSS
MENU
REC SPD
Digital Video Recorder
REC
1
2
PLAY REV
STOP
4
3
PLAY FWD
5
PAUSE
SEARCH
6
7
9
12
13 15
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1. Power On Indicator: Indicates power is ON when LED is lit.
2. Record Button: Press RECORD to begin recording.
3. Play Reverse Button: Press PLAY to play back video in reverse at the normal record speed.
4. Stop Button: Press STOP to stop recording or playback.
5. Play Forward Button: Press PLAY FORWARD to play back video at the normal record speed.
6. Pause Button: Press PAUSE to pause playback.
7. LCD: Displays the time, date, mode, and record or playback speed in pictures per second (pps).
(Refer to Figure 3B for details.)
8. Increase Record Speed Button: Press this button to increase the record or playback speed.
9. Decrease Record Speed Button: Press this button to decrease the record or playback speed.
10. Alarm Indicator: Indicates an alarm condition when this LED is lit.
11. Power Loss Indicator: Indicates power loss when this LED is lit.
12. Search Button: Press SEARCH to enter the search filters menu or to activate certain commands.
13. Rewind Button: Press REWIND to perform high-speed reverse playback.
NOTE: Rewind is also used to navigate the menus and may be referred to in this manual as the left arrow button.
14. Single Frame Advance Button: Press this button to perform a single frame advance while in Pause mode.
NOTE: Single Frame Advance is also used to navigate the menus and may be referred to in this manual as
the up arrow button.
15. Single Frame Rewind Button: Press this button to perform a single frame rewind while in Pause mode.
NOTE: Single Frame Rewind is also used to navigate the menus and may be referred to in this manual as
the down arrow button.
16. Fast Forward Button: Press FAST FORWARD to perform high-speed playback.
NOTE: Fast Forward is also used to navigate the menus and may be referred to in this manual as the right arrow button.
17. Menu Button: Press MENU to enter the menu system. Also used to EXIT without saving while in the menu system.
18. Enter Button and LED Indicator: Press ENTER to make or confirm a selection. When lit, this LED indicates
that the menu system is active.
Figure 3A – DVR1 Front Panel Controls
3.2
DVR1 Front Panel Display
1
2
10:55:45A
05/19/00
STOP
60p
3
4
1. Time: Displays the current time in record and stop modes. Displays the time the
event was recorded in play and pause modes.
NOTE: If the letter A follows the time (#1 in the above diagram), the unit is configured
to record or play back audio.
2. Date or Capacity: In record and stop modes, this field displays the current date;
in play and pause modes, it displays the date in which the event was recorded. Or,
depending on the programmed display setting, this field may show the remaining storage
capacity of the hard drive instead (this display is shown in time remaining).
3. Mode: Displays the current mode that the unit is in.
4. Record Speed: Displays the normal record or playback speed in pictures per second (pps).
Figure 3B – DVR1 LCD Display
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3.3 Navigating with the DVR1 Controls
Navigating and entering parameter values with the DVR1 controls are designed to be easy and intuitive. Most menus
use the same navigation for programming operations.
Pull-down Menus
Pull-down menus are the top-level menus, and are accessed by pressing MENU. For example, the following DVR1
Main Menu is a pull-down menu.
TIME/DATE
ALARMS
TIMER SETTINGS
RECORD SETTINGS
DISPLAY SETTINGS
ARCHIVE SETUP
ADVANCED MENU
ABOUT DSR
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Use the Left/Right Arrows to scroll through the items or fields shown in a menu. When the desired item is
highlighted, press ENTER to select that item.
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Choosing an item from a pull-down menu typically leads to a sub-menu (i.e., a pop-up menu). Changes to
operating parameters are usually made in pop-up menus.
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To exit the program menu or menu level (after all parameter changes have been made), press MENU.
Pop-up Menus
Pop-up menus usually have a parameter(s) from which you can select or change the value. A sample pop-up menu is
shown below.
DATE FORMAT SETUP
SELECT FORMAT
MM/DD/YY
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Use the Left/Right Arrows to move between fields in the menu.
•
Press ENTER to select any item.
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Use the Up/Down Arrows to scroll through the values of that particular parameter.
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To save changes and exit the pop-up menu: select [OK] and/or press ENTER.
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To exit the menu without making changes: press MENU or select [CANCEL], and press ENTER.
Programming Notations in this Manual
Throughout the programming sections in this manual, programming instructions appear in special subheadings, as in
the following example:
Main Menu ➝ Record Settings ➝ Normal Record Speed
Meaning: At the Main Menu, select RECORD SETTINGS, then ENTER. This opens another menu. In this
menu, select NORMAL RECORD SPEED, then press ENTER. A pop-up menu will appear.
On-screen Representations
On-screen representations are shown in this manual as follows (note the distinction between items that appear
highlighted on-screen and those that do not):
Not highlighted:
Highlighted:
TIME/DATE
TIME/DATE
TIME/DATE
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SECTION 4: DVR1 MAIN MENU PROGRAMMING
4.1 Overview of the DVR1 Main Menu
The DVR1 Series Main Menu allows quick and easy programming of vital system data and operating parameters.
The following table provides a summary of user actions that are accessible via the DVR1 Main Menu.
User Action
Set Time/Date
Configure Alarms
Configure Scheduled Recordings
Configure Recording Parameters
Configure On-screen Display Options
Manage Archive Storage
Access the Advanced Menu
View Important Device Information
Corresponding Menu Item/Sub-menu
TIME/DATE
ALARMS
TIMER SETTINGS
RECORD SETTINGS
DISPLAY SETTINGS
ARCHIVE SETUP
ADVANCED MENU
ABOUT DSR
NOTE: Upon initial power up, the DVR1 will be set to the factory default parameters (see Appendix A for a
complete listing of the Factory Default Settings).
To access the DVR1 Main Menu, press MENU. The menu below will appear on the system’s primary monitor.
TIME/DATE
ALARMS
TIMER SETTINGS
RECORD SETTINGS
DISPLAY SETTINGS
ARCHIVE SETUP
ADVANCED MENU
ABOUT DSR
4.2 Setting the Time/Date
Main Menu ➝ Time/Date
Use this menu to specify the following:
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The time format: 12 or 24 hours.
•
The date format: MM/DD/YY, DD/MM/YY, or YY/MM/DD.
•
The time: HH/MM/SS.
•
The date: MM/DD/YY/DAY.
SET TIME FORMAT
SET DATE FORMAT
SET TIME
SET DATE
4.3 Configuring Alarms
Main Menu ➝ Alarms
Use this menu to specify the following:
•
Whether the DVR1 will activate an alarm condition when the unit
detects a signal on the Alarm In connection of the Accessories PCB.
(Parameter: HARDWIRE ALARM – ENABLE/DISABLE.)
•
Whether the DVR1 will activate an alarm condition corresponding to the
teletext alarm signal of a multiplexer or other device.
(Parameter: TELETEXT ALARM – ENABLE/DISABLE.)
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Whether the DVR1 will sound its internal buzzer during an alarm condition.
(Parameter: ALARM BUZZER – ENABLE/DISABLE.)
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HARDWIRE ALARM ENABLE
TELETEXT ALARM DISABLE
ALARM BUZZER ENABLE
[CANCEL] [OK]
4.4 Configuring Scheduled Recordings
Main Menu ➝ Timer Settings
This menu allows the scheduling of a timed-recorded event. A sample menu is shown here.
DAY
31
SAT
MON-FRI
SAT-SUN
MON-SUN
--
EDIT MODE
START
STOP
SPD (pps)
QUALITY
ON/OFF
16:45
7:55
9:56
14:23
2:23
--:--
17:05
8:10
11:05
14:50
3:34
--:--
20
10
60
60
20
--
VHS
SVHS
VHS
SVHS
VHS
--
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
--
[OK]
HIT "ENTER" TO TOGGLE EDIT MODE
The fields to be programmed in the above menu are as follows:
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Day: The date or day(s) on which the recording will occur. Choose from the following:
1 through 31 (any period of calendar days named)
Monday–Sunday (any individual day)
Monday–Friday (weekdays)
Saturday–Sunday (weekends)
Monday through Sunday (all week long)
•
Start: Hours/Minutes of the starting time for the scheduled recording (24-hour clock time). Note that hours and
minutes are edited separately.
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Stop: Hours/Minutes of the ending time for the scheduled recording (24-hour clock time). Note that hours and
minutes are edited separately.
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Spd (pps): Capture rate for the scheduled, normal recording in pictures per second. Choose from the following:
60, 30, 20, 10, 5, 3, 2, 1, 0.5, 0.2, 0.1, 0.0*
*NOTE: 0.0 corresponds to Alarm Only recording.
•
Quality: Choose from either SVHS (highest picture quality) or VHS (standard picture quality, with a longer
recording time).
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On/Off: Choose from one of three parameters:
On (recording starts as scheduled)
Off (recording does not start)
Delete (all recording schedule parameters are deleted)
NOTE: The fields in the Timer Settings menu can be edited easily using the Left/Right Arrows to move between
fields and Up/Down Arrows to scroll through the various options at each parameter. When you finish setting the
parameters, press ENTER. Use the Left/Right Arrows to navigate, then highlight [OK], and press ENTER.
4.5 Configuring the Recording Parameters
Main Menu ➝ Record Settings
This menu allows you to set the recording speed and quality for both normal and
alarm conditions. Use this menu to specify the following:
• Record input (composite video or S-video) on the DVR1 rear panel.
• Record speed (in pictures per second) for normal recording.
• Record speed (in pictures per second) for an alarm condition.
• Video quality (i.e. compression ratio/image quality) for recorded images (SVHS or
VHS). Note that higher compression (VHS) corresponds to standard quality images,
with a longer recording time.
RECORD INPUT
NORMAL RECORD SPEED
ALARM RECORD SPEED
VIDEO QUALITY
NOTE: If a single camera input is connected to the unit, select NONE. See Section 5.8 for details on Multiplexer
applications.
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4.6 Configuring On-screen Display Options
Main Menu ➝ Display Settings
Use this menu to specify the status information to be displayed on the primary
monitor (usually shown in the upper right or upper left corner of the screen).
CURRENT TIME / DATE
RECORD CAPACITY
Each of the following parameters may be set ON or OFF for the on-screen
ARCHIVE STATUS
display:
LAST ALARM
• Current time and date.
• Remaining amount of time before the hard disk runs out of record capacity
RECORD/PLAYBACK SPEED
(automatically counts down from days/hours to hours/minutes to
PLAYBACK TIME / DATE
minutes/seconds).
NOTE: Record capacity will only display if:
The unit is recording and
The hard disk overwrite mode is set to no overwrite or overwrite once mode (see Section 5.3).
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•
•
•
NOTE: Turning this parameter ON will also show the record capacity on the front panel LCD display,
replacing the date field.
Status of a system archive device connected (i.e. ready/not ready for recording).
Time and date of the last alarm. Note that the system displays NONE if no previous record(s) of alarm(s) exist.
Record and Playback Speed are displayed
During Playback, the time/date in which the recording was made.
4.7 Managing Archive Storage
NOTE: For more information regarding archiving, refer to the Archiving.
Due to the complexity of the Archive Setup process, detailed instructions follow.
Main Menu ➝ Archive Setup
Use this menu to accomplish the following:
• Select data to be archived and begin the archiving process.
• Restore data from the archive device.
• Turn Background Archiving On or Off.
• Set Archive Overwrite mode.
• Erase Disk Array.
SELECTIVE ARCHIVE
RESTORE FROM ARCHIVE
BACKGROUND ARCHIVE
ARCHIVE OVERWRITE MODE
ERASE ARCHIVE MEDIUM
Main Menu ➝ Archive Setup ➝ Selective Archive
The Selective Archive feature allows archiving of recorded data from the hard disk of the DVR1 to an archive device.
If the archive device is a CD-writer, you must play back the archived video from a PC’s CD-ROM drive using the
Remote Viewer software (included with the DVR1 package).
The Archive Search Filters Menu allows you to search the hard disk for recorded events (e.g., an alarm condition or a
previous recording session), then select those events to be archived for later viewing (note that each activation of
Record mode is considered to be a separate recording session).
Use this sub-menu to specify:
• Start and stop date of the search.
• Start and stop time of the search.
• Which camera(s) to search.
• A search for recorded alarms.
NOTE: The default settings for Selective
Archive are set to show a list of all of the
files that are on the hard drive. It may be
necessary to limit the size of an archive file
so that it will fit on the archive medium.
The file size for archiving (time span) can be
customized by designating start/stop time
and date within the archive search filters
window. File size can be further reduced by
specifying only the cameras of interest.
ARCHIVE SEARCH FILTERS
START
DATE: 12/25/00
(MM/DD/YY)
START
TIME: 11:11:21
STOP
01/01/01 [ ]
(MM/DD/YY)
[]
STOP
12:34:34 [ ]
[]
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
CAMERA: [ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ]
ALARM: [ ]
[CANCEL]
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[START SEARCH]
When all required search criteria has been entered, highlight [START SEARCH], then press ENTER. The Archive
Search Results window will appear.
ARCHIVE SEARCH RESULTS
000
001
002
003
START DATE
START TIME
11/28/00
11/29/00
11/29/00
11/29/00
17:52:14
9:35:20
10:00:04
10:03:25
SIZE (MB)
26842
[]
2062 [ ]
278 [X]
66 [X]
SELECTED [ 383 ](MB)
AVAILABLE ON TARGET MEDIUM [ 652 ](MB)
"ENTER" TO PLAY
"SEARCH" TO ARCHIVE
Use the Left/Right Arrows to navigate the Search Results menu, highlighting the recorded event you wish to select.
Use the Up/Down Arrows to select a recorded event by placing [X] in the check box.
ARCHIVING...
To begin archiving the selected event(s), press SEARCH. The Archiving progress
bar will appear. Press ENTER to cancel archiving at any time.
[CANCEL]
MESSAGE
When the unit has finished archiving, the Archiving Completed message will appear.
Press ENTER to acknowledge the message and complete the archiving process.
ARCHIVING COMPLETED
[OK]
Main Menu ➝ Archive Setup ➝ Restore From Archive
This menu is used to either play back
archived video from a disk array archive, or
restore the video to the DVR1’s hard drive.
NOTE: If video was archived on a
CD-ROM, you must play back video from a
PC using the Remote Viewer software (no
audio capabilities are present in this archive
format).
The Restore Search Filters menu functions
similar to the Archive Search Filters menu
(as described previously). When the search
completes, a Restore Search Results menu
appears.
RESTORE SEARCH FILTERS
START
DATE: 12/25/00
(MM/DD/YY)
START
TIME: 11:11:21
STOP
01/01/01 [ ]
(MM/DD/YY)
[]
STOP
12:34:34 [ ]
[]
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
CAMERA: [ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ]
ALARM: [ ]
[CANCEL]
[START SEARCH]
Main Menu ➝ Archive Setup ➝ Background Archive
This archive feature enables automatic and continuous archiving in the background while other system operations
continue (i.e., all information going to the DVR1 hard drive is continuously sent to the DVAA Series Disk Array). If
this mode is enabled, the archive device must provide the required data transfer and storage capacity.
NOTE: Background Archiving should never be used with CD-writer archive devices or with the unit recording at
the 60 ips recording rate.
Main Menu ➝ Archive Setup ➝ Archive Overwrite Mode
This setting determines what happens when the archive device is full. The three options are: Write once, No
overwrite, and Continuous.
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Write Once: When the archive device is full, archiving stops. Archiving will resume after the user acknowledges
that the archive device is full and that archiving should resume.
•
No Overwrite: When the archive device is full, archiving stops. Archiving will resume only after a user enters the
advanced menu, manually erases the media, and resumes archiving.
•
Continuous: When the archive device is full, archiving will continue, writing over the oldest video first.
Main Menu ➝ Archive Setup ➝ Erase Archive Medium
The Erase Archive Medium feature is used to erase the archive media.
ERASING MEDIA . . .
NOTE: Before starting the erasing process, the DVR1 must be set to Selective
Archive, and Background Archive must be set to OFF.
[CANCEL]
To erase the archived data, press ENTER. The Erasing Media progress bar appears. Press ENTER to cancel.
When the unit is finished erasing the pointers to the data, the message box at right appears. Press ENTER to
acknowledge the message.
4.8 Accessing the Advanced Menu
For information on accessing the Advanced Programming menu, please refer to
Section 5 in this manual. Note that the Advanced Menu is password protected.
MESSAGE
ARCHIVE MEDIUM ERASED
[OK]
4.9 About DSR
Main Menu ➝ About DSR
This screen allows the user to view important device information at a single glance.
SERIAL NUMBER:
SOFTWARE VERSION:
SOFTWARE DATE:
SOFTWARE CHECKSUM:
BOOT CODE VER. :
DISK SIZE:
V2E1-F92-290001
2.00
SEP 17 2002 15:20:06
1BB200CE
1.01
327.86 GB
ETHERNET ENABLE:
ETHERNET ADDRESS:
HARDWARE ADDRESS:
DISABLED
3.18.173.10
00-B0-19-FF-03-AE
[OK]
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SECTION 5: DVR1 ADVANCED MENU PROGRAMMING
5.1 Overview of the DVR1 Advanced Menu
Enhanced DVR1 operating features are programmed via the Advanced Menu. The following table provides a
summary of these actions that are accessed via the DVR1 Advanced Menu.
User Action
Overwrite the Hard Disk
Erase, Delete, and Recover Hard Disk Data
Invoke Audio Recording
Use the Auto Delete Feature
Configure Communications
Configure Multiplexer Format
Adjust Picture Qualities
Lock Out the Front Panel
Restore Factory Defaults
Change the Password
Corresponding Menu Item/Sub-menu
DISK OVERWRITE MODE
DISK MAINTENANCE
AUDIO RECORD SETTING
AUTO DELETE MODE
COMMUNICATIONS
MULTIPLEXER FORMAT
ADJUST PICTURE
FRONT PANEL LOCK
FACTORY SETTINGS
CHANGE PASSWORD
Press MENU to enter the DVR1 Main Menu. Use the Left/Right Arrows to highlight the ADVANCED MENU
title and press ENTER. The Advanced Menu (shown below) appears.
DISK OVERWRITE MODE
DISK MAINTENANCE
AUDIO RECORD SETTING
AUTO DELETE MODE
COMMUNICATIONS
MULTIPLEXER FORMAT
ADJUST PICTURE
FRONT PANEL LOCK
FACTORY SETTINGS
CHANGE PASSWORD
IMPORTANT NOTE: Please review the information in Section 3 regarding navigation through the DVR1
menus. Advanced Menu programming should be designated to qualified systems personnel only.
5.2 DVR1 Passwords
The DVR1 Series is equipped with two (2) passwords.
The first password provides access to the DVR1’s Advanced Menu. This password can be changed by the System
Administrator to prevent unauthorized access to the Advanced Menu functions. Store the password in a secure location.
The default password for the Advanced Menu is 0000, as stated in Section 5.11. The second password is used to set
the DVR1 to its original factory default settings. This password cannot be altered and is set (permanently) at 0000.
Accessing the Advanced Menu Using the Password
1. Select ADVANCED MENU from the Main Menu, then press
ENTER. The Password Box appears.
2. Enter the Advanced Menu password. Use the Up/Down
Arrows to select a character, then press ENTER to move to the
next character.
PASSWORD BOX
PLEASE ENTER THE PASSWORD!
––––
3. Pressing ENTER on the last character completes password entry. If the password was correctly entered, the
Advanced Menu is displayed.
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5.3 Overwriting the Hard Disk
Advanced Menu ➝ Disk Overwrite Mode
Use this menu to specify how disk overwrite issues are handled
once the hard disk becomes full. Select one of three options:
•
DISK OVERWRITE MODE
SELECT MODE
No Overwrite (i.e., recording stops when the disk is full). An
on-screen message indicates when the disk is full and the unit
has stopped recording. You must acknowledge the message by
pressing ENTER. Note that recording will not continue until
the data is either erased or deleted.
CONTINUOUS OVERWRITE
•
Overwrite Once. Recording always starts at the end of the last recording. The unit overwrites all previously
recorded data, then stops before it overwrites any newly recorded data (from the current record session). When the
end of the disk is reached, the unit displays an on-screen message stating that the disk is full. You must
acknowledge the message by pressing ENTER. Note that recording will not continue until RECORD is pressed.
•
Continuous Overwrite. Recording always starts at the end of the last recording. When the disk is full, recording
continues by overwriting the oldest video first. In this mode, the unit never stops recording (note that the LCD
display does not count down the remaining time till the hard disk is full).
5.4 Erasing, Deleting, and Recovering Hard Disk Data
Advanced Menu ➝ Disk Maintenance
Three options are provided for disk maintenance:
•
Delete Video: Once video has been deleted, it may be restored with the
Undelete option if the video has not been overwritten.
•
Undelete Video: Restores video if it has not yet been overwritten.
•
Erase Video: Video is removed with no possibility of restoration.
DELETE
UNDELETE
ERASE DISK
5.5 Invoking Audio Recording
Advanced Menu ➝ Audio Record Setting
Use this menu to accomplish the following:
•
Select OFF to disable the audio recording capability.
•
Select G.711 to enable the audio recording capability.
OFF
G.711 (64kb/s)
5.6 Using the Auto Delete Feature
Advanced Menu ➝ Auto Delete Mode
Configuring the unit with the Auto Delete mode ON prevents the unit from displaying or archiving any
data that is more than 30 days old. This feature may be required by law in some jurisdictions; please
consult your local authority. Choose from 7 to 99 days, or OFF (30 Days is the default setting).
ADM SETTING
MESSAGE
[99]
DAYS
ADM WILL CHANGE. ARE YOU SURE?
[YES]
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OFF
ON
5.7 Configuring Communications
Advanced Menu ➝ Communications
BAUD RATE
ETHERNET SETTINGS
MODEM SETTINGS
Use this menu to specify the following (select one only):
•
Data transfer rate for the RS-232 serial port (select 1200 to 57,600 baud).
•
Enable or disable Ethernet connection (network address) settings for the unit.
IP address, Subnet Mask, and Gateway. Contact your IT
ETHERNET SETTINGS
department for details regarding basic network configuration.
•
POTS Setup (Plain old telephone system): The default modem
string (shown below) is for use with Hayes Accura 56k, Diamond
Supra Express 56k, and 5686 US Robotics modems in their default
conditions. Consult the modem manual before making any
changes. It is strongly recommended that the modem initialization
string only be modified by a qualified technician.
ETHERNET
:
DISABLE
IP ADDRESS
:
10. 90.253.000
SUBNET MASK :
255.255. 0. 0
GATEWAY
10. 90. 0. 1
:
[CANCEL}
[OK]
POTS SETUP
MODEM INIT STRING : AT&F1&K3M0E1Q0V1S0=0&R2&C1&D0&H1
[DEFAULT MODEM STRING]
[C ANCEL]
[OK]
@ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ [ \ ] ^
5.8 Configuring the Multiplexer Format
Advanced Menu ➝ Multiplexer Format
The DVR1 Series recorders are compatible with several brands of multiplexers. Use this menu
to specify the type of multiplexer connected to the DVR1. Making the correct selection for
your system configuration ensures proper playback.
NOTE: If a single camera input is connected to the unit, select NONE.
NOTE: The list of compatible multiplexers continues to expand. Please see the Bosch Web
site at www.philipscsi.com for the most current listing.
5.9 Adjusting Picture Qualities
Advanced Menu ➝ Adjust Picture
Use this menu to specify the Brightness, Contrast, and Saturation of the video input.
Adjustments made to the video input affect images being recorded, as well as the current display.
For each of these parameters, use the Left/Right Arrows to navigate the fields in the
sub-menu. Use the Up/Down Arrows to increase/decrease the setting.
NONE
KALATEL
ROBOT
DM
PHILIPS
PELCO
SANYO
PHILIP’S REO
NAVCO
ATV
ATV QSP
VISTA VLM
QSI
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
SATURATION
5.10 Locking Out the Front Panel
Advanced Menu ➝ Front Panel Lock
This menu option locks or unlocks the front panel. Exception: the Main Menu will still
display when MENU is pressed.
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UNLOCK KEYBOARD
LOCK KEYBOARD
5.11 Restoring Factory Defaults
Advanced Menu ➝ Factory Settings
Use this menu to restore the DVR1 to the factory defaults.
PASSWORD BOX
NOTE: When the factory settings are restored, all programmed
settings and volume partitions for archive retrieval are erased.
PLEASE ENTER THE FACTORY PASSWORD
O–––
The factory password is fixed at 0000. Therefore, you can
repeatedly press ENTER, and press ENTER to complete entry
and restore the unit to its factory default settings.
5.12 Changing the Password
Advanced Menu ➝ Change Password
PASSWORD BOX
ENTER A NEW PASSWORD
Use this menu to change the Advanced Menu Password. It is
recommended that the System Administrator change this
password to prevent unauthorized access to the menu.
O–––
Use the Up/Down Arrows to select a character, then press ENTER
and move to the next character.
Pressing ENTER on the last character opens the Confirmation Box.
CONFIRMATION BOX
PLEASE RE-ENTER THE PASSWORD
Reenter the New password.
Pressing ENTER on the last character completes the password
selection.
If the password in the Confirmation Box matches the
password from the Password Box, the message at right will
appear.
O–––
MESSAGE
THE NEW PASSWORD HAS BEEN ACCEPTED
Press ENTER to select [OK] and exit the menu.
[OK]
If the password in the Confirmation Box does not match the
password from the Password Box, the message at right will
appear.
MESSAGE
THE PASSWORD WAS NOT CHANGED!
[OK]
Press ENTER to select [OK] and exit the menu.
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SECTION 6: OPERATING THE DVR1 SERIES
Operating the DVR1 requires general knowledge in three areas:
• Recording
• Playback
• Searching
Certain operating parameters must be set/programmed as part of initial startup of the DVR1. These activities are
outlined in the following section.
6.1 Initial Startup
On initial power-up of the DVR1, the following settings must be programmed:
• Time/Date
• Alarms
• Password
Please refer to Main Menu Programming, Section 4 for detailed information regarding these functions.
6.2 Recording
To begin recording, press REC. The message, RECORD appears briefly in the upper lefthand corner of the primary monitor. The unit always starts recording at the end of the
previously recorded data.
REC
Recording continues until one or more of the following occurs:
Record Button
• Another mode is selected.
• The disk is full (No Overwrite and Overwrite Once modes). See Section 5.3 for details regarding Disk
Overwrite modes.
• Video loss is detected. In the event of video loss, VIDEOLOSS will be indicated in the upper left-hand corner of
the primary monitor.
1
2
10:55:45A
11/17/00
1. Current Time
2. Current Date
REC
0.2p
3
4
3. Record Mode Indicated
4. Normal Record Speed in
Pictures per Second
Figure 6A - LCD in Record Mode
Normal Recording
The unit records at the normal record speed until an alarm condition is detected. The normal record
speed is indicated on the LCD and can be altered using Up/Down Record Speed, or in the menu
system.
REC SPD
For information about altering the normal record speed from the menu system, see Section 4.5.
The normal record speed can be altered while the unit is recording. The unit continues recording
while the menu system is active.
Alarm Recording
When an alarm condition is detected, the unit automatically switches to the alarm record speed.
The alarm condition is indicated in several ways:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Record Speed
Buttons
The word ALARM is displayed on the primary monitor, in the upper left-hand corner of the screen.
The red LED Alarm Indicator on the front panel of the unit is lit.
The internal buzzer sounds, if activated via the menu. For information about activating the internal
buzzer during alarms, see Section 4.3.
Alarm
By an external device connected to the alarm output of the unit (if the unit is configured with an
Indicator
alarm output).
The alarm record speed cannot be changed using Up/Down Record Speed on the front panel; it must be changed
via the menu system. See Section 4.5 for details.
The front panel LCD displays the record speed during an alarm condition. The unit returns to the normal record
speed once the alarm condition ends.
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Disk Full Notification
This message will appear on the primary monitor to indicate
that the unit has stopped recording because the disk is full.
MESSAGE
DISK FULL. RECORDING HAS STOPPED.
In No Overwrite mode, the unit will not record over
previously recorded data. To continue recording, the user
must acknowledge the disk full message by pressing
ENTER, then ERASE (or DELETE).
[OK]
In Overwrite Once mode: The user must acknowledge the on-screen message by pressing ENTER.
The unit will resume recording when the user presses RECORD.
6.3
Playback
1
2
12:34:45A
12/17/00
PLAY
0.2p
1. Time the Data was Recorded
2. Date the Data was Recorded
(If the letter A precedes the
record rate, the unit is configured to
record or play back audio).
3
4
3. Play Forward Mode Indicated
4. Normal Record Speed in
Pictures per Second
Figure 6B - LCD during Playback
Play Forward
To begin normal playback in the forward direction, press Play Forward.
Playback is indicated via the following:
•
•
PLAY FWD
PLAY appears briefly in the upper left-hand corner of the primary monitor.
PLAY> appears on the LCD.
Play Forward
Button
Reverse Play
To begin reverse playback, press Play Reverse. Reverse playback is indicated via the following:
•
•
REVERSE PLAY appears briefly in the upper left-hand corner of the primary monitor.
PLAY< appears on the LCD.
If there is only one recording session on the hard disk, the unit will indicate START OF DATA on
the primary monitor.
PLAY REV
Play Reverse
Button
Playback Speed
The unit plays back the data at the rate at which it was recorded. The user can alter the playback
speed using Up/Down Record Speed.
REC SPD
Altering the playback speed overrides the speed of any incoming alarms. To clear the override, press
STOP, then PLAY to resume playback at the speed that the data was recorded.
NOTE: For clear audio, playback should be at the same speed at which it was recorded.
Fast Forward
Record Speed
Buttons
During playback, pressing Fast Forward allows viewing of data at a faster than normal rate.
Fast Forward is indicated via the following:
•
•
FAST FORWARD appears briefly in the upper left-hand corner of the primary monitor.
FFWD appears on the LCD.
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Fast Forward
Button
Rewind
During playback, press REWIND to view the data (in reverse) at a faster than normal rate.
Rewind is indicated via the following:
• REWIND appears briefly in the upper left-hand corner of the primary monitor
• REW appears on the LCD.
Rewind Button
Pause
During playback, press PAUSE to pause playback and display a single frame on-screen.
Pause is indicated via the following:
• PAUSE appears briefly in the upper left-hand corner of the primary monitor.
• PAUSE appears on the LCD.
PAUSE
Pause Button
Single Frame Advance & Single Frame Rewind
During Pause mode, press Single Frame Advance or Single Frame Rewind
to view the frame directly before or after the frame displayed on-screen.
Single Frame
Advance Button
Single Frame
Rewind Button
Start of Data & End of Data
If the start or end of data is encountered during playback, START OF DATA or END OF DATA is indicated in the
upper left-hand corner of the primary monitor.
6.4 The Search Interface
The Search Interface feature allows the user to search the hard disk for recorded events, such as an
alarm condition or a previous recording session.
SEARCH
NOTE: Each time the Record mode is activated, it is considered to be a separate recording session.
To enter the Search Filters menu, press SEARCH. The Search Filters menu is displayed on the
primary monitor.
SEARCH FILTERS
Use this screen to specify the following:
• Start and stop date of the search.
• Start and stop time of the search.
• Which cameras to search exclusively.
• Which recorded alarms are to be searched.
START
DATE: 12/25/00 [ ]
(MM/DD/YY)
Use the Left/Right Arrows to navigate between the
various fields in the menu. Use the Up/Down
Arrows to scroll through and change the available
parameters for each field. When all search criteria has
been specified, press ENTER to exit the Edit mode,
then highlight [START SEARCH] and press
ENTER.
TIME:
STOP
01/01/01 [ ]
(MM/DD/YY)
START
11:11:21 [ ]
STOP
12:34:34 [ ]
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
CAMERA: [ ] [ ] [ ] [ ] [ ] [ ] [ ] [ ]
ALARM: [ ]
[CANCEL]
The Search Results menu will
appear.
Use the Up/Down Arrows to select a
recorded event. Press ENTER to
select the event, or press MENU to
exit the Search Results menu.
Search Button
[START SEARCH]
SEARCH RESULTS
000
001
002
003
START DATE
01/01/20
01/01/20
02/12/20
02/12/20
START TIME
00:07:14
23:35:20
23:43:30
00:17:23
"ENTER" TO PLAY EVENT
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DAYS HH MM SS
0 00:00:36
0 00:08:11
0 00:33:49
0 01:38:18
SECTION 7: ARCHIVING
7.1 Archiving Applications Explained
The following sections explain the usage of the Extended Archiving, Backup Archiving, and Selective/Manual
Archiving applications for the DVR1 Series Digital Video Recorders.
7.1.1
Extended Archiving Applications
• Explained: In this application, the DVR is in a Background Archiving Mode. Hence, all recorded video is sent
to the archive device in a continuous fashion.
• Typical Usage: All video recorded on the DVR’s hard drive is automatically sent to the archive device. This
process continues until the archiving period is met.
7.1.2
Backup Archiving Applications
• Explained: This is basically another Background Archiving Mode, where all video is sent to the archive device.
However, in this case, archiving is used simply to Back up the DVR’s hard drive.
• Typical Usage: In this application, interaction with the archiving device should be minimal. Therefore, when
full, the unit prepares for overwriting (oldest data first) and begins the recording cycle all over again.
7.1.3
Selective/Manual Archiving Applications
• Explained: If the DVR’s internal hard drive provides sufficient storage to accommodate your requirements, then
all that is needed is a way to extract specific video events. The following devices can be used for selective
archiving.
Device
CD-writer
PC Software
Advantages
Low cost medium, must be played back at the PC; graphical disk analysis feature of the
remote viewer software can be utilized.
No cost for archive Device. Use the remote viewer software to retrieve video from the
DVR’s hard drive to a PC’s hard drive (No Disk Analysis feature is available).
• Typical Usage: After an incident is identified, the video segment is isolated and then stored on a PC. The file can
then be stored on a network or some other storage medium.
7.2
Using CD-Writers
NOTE: It is strongly recommended to use only approved archiving devices, as listed at the Bosch Web site;
www.philipscsi.com.
NOTE: For complete instructions on how to use your CD-writer, please refer to the manufacturer's instruction
manual.
7.2.1
Minimum Requirements
The following lists the minimum requirements when using a CD-writer.
• Minimum Write Speed: 4X.
• Minimum Read Speed: 16X.
• Interface: SCSI-2.
• Medium: CD-R, CD-RW.
7.2.2
Connecting the CD Recorder
1.
Connect an appropriate SCSI cable from the CD-writer to the SCSI port of the digital recorder (digital
video recorders require a standard 50-pin high density male SCSI-2 connector).
2.
Set the CD-writer’s SCSI address to zero (0).
CAUTION: The SCSI device address MUST be set to zero (0) or the device will not be recognized. Consult
the device’s manual for instructions on setting the address. Units are not always shipped with the address set to
zero.
3.
Ensure the SCSI cable is properly terminated at 110 Ohms. If the CD-writer does not have a built-in
termination, then a terminator will be needed.
CAUTION: The SCSI bus must be terminated properly, otherwise the system will not operate properly.
Units are not always packaged with the cables and terminators.
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4.
Using the DVR’s (DVR1 or DMX) menu system, set the unit for Selective archiving.
5.
Remove power from the DVR unit.
6.
Apply power to the CD-writer and allow it to initialize.
7.
Apply power to the DVR unit.
8.
Be sure that the CD-writer is recognized by the DVR unit. This may take a few minutes (to view the archive
status, enable the Archive Status display via the menus of the DVR unit).
9.
Before archiving, make sure the CD is properly inserted into the unit. Otherwise, an
ARCHIVE NOT READY error message will appear.
7.3 Creating a CD-ROM with Video Files
1. Set the digital video recorder for Selective Archive operation.
2. Open the search menu of the DVR and select the file(s) for archiving.
• Be aware that a CD can hold only about 550 MB (including housekeeping restrictions, while there are several
Gigabytes in the digital recorder).
• If the search shows a file that is larger than this, it will be necessary to filter the search (place tighter restrictions on
it) until the search results return a file size that can be archived.
• When multiple small files are selected for archive, the total available space on the CD must be less than 550 MB.
• CD archiving supports multiple sequential recording sessions. This allows the recording of a video clip, ejecting
the CD, inserting the same CD at a later time for the recording of sequential video clip(s).
3. Initiate Archiving.
• While the CD-writer is recording, the DVR unit indicates the progress of the CD-write operation.
• While the CD-RW is still in the CD-writer, multiple files can be recorded onto the CD-RW medium.
7.4 Limitations on CD Operations
• Restoring (copying a wavelet file with a .60d extension from the CD to the digital recorder hard disk drive) is not
supported.
• Erasing a wavelet file with a .60d extension on CD is not supported.
• Playback of .60d extension files stored on a CD from a digital recorder is not supported. These files are to be
played back from a PC running the remote viewer software.
• Background archiving to CD disk is not supported.
• While archiving a CD, the unit can not record to hard disk.
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SECTION 8: SERVICE AND RETURNS
8.1 Maintenance
Programmer maintenance of this unit is limited to external cleaning and inspection.
8.2 Factory Service
Ensure that the cooling vents are not blocked and that the unit is installed in a well ventilated location. In addition,
do not place the unit on top of other equipment, which may increase the operating temperature of the unit.
WARNING!
DO NOT OPEN THE TOP COVER OR
ATTEMPT TO SERVICE THE UNIT AS THIS
MAY EXPOSE YOU TO DANGEROUS
VOLTAGES AND OTHER HAZARDS.
DOING SO WILL VOID THE WARRANTY!
Refer all servicing to qualified personnel.
Contact the local Bosch Representative for Services.
Service Centers
U.S.A.: Phone: 800-366-2283 or 408-956-3895
fax:
800-366-1329 or 408-956-3896
e-mail: NationalServiceCenter@ca.slr.com
Canada:
514-738-2434
Europe, Middle East & Asia Pacific Region:
32-1-440-0711
For additional information, see www.philipscsi.com.
*All of our products now
come with a 3 year warranty.
*recorder heads, monitor tubes, and
TC model pan/tilts are the only exceptions
and carry a one year warranty.
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APPENDIX A: FACTORY DEFAULT SETTINGS
FUNCTION
SETTING
Time Format
24 Hour
Date Format
MM / DD / YY
Normal Record Speed
60 pictures per seconds (NTSC) or 50 pps (PAL)
Alarm Record Speed
60 pictures per seconds (NTSC) or 50 pps (PAL)
Record Quality
SVHS
Disk Overwrite Mode
Continuous Overwrite
Archive Overwrite Mode
Continuous Overwrite
Auto Delete Mode
30 Days
Background Archive Mode
Off
Input
Composite
Front Panel Locked
Off
Brightness
50%
Contrast
50%
Saturation
50%
Display Current Time and Date
Off
Display Record Capacity
Off
Display Archive Status
Off
Display Last Alarm
Off
Record/Playback Speed
Off
Display Playback Time and Date
Off
Baud Rate
9600
Hardwire Alarm
Enabled
Teletext Alarm
Enabled
Alarm Buzzer
Disabled
Multiplexer
None
Audio
Off
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APPENDIX B: TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
GENERAL
Power Supply
90 V-264 VAC/DC
Input Voltage
12 Volt DC
Power Consumption
For One (1) Disk Unit, 35 Watts Max;
For Two (2) Disk Units, 55 Watts Max
Operating Temperature Range
Operating: 0 to 40 ºC Storage: –20 to 60 ºC
Relative Humidity Range (Noncondensing)
Operating: 10% to 80% Storage: 10% to 95%
Dimensions
Inches: 17.5 x 14 x 1.75 mm: 444 x 356 x 44
Weight
DVR1 & DVR1EP = (5.2 kg) 11.46 lb
All Other Models = (5.98 kg) 13.8 lb
CONNECTIONS
Ethernet Port
RJ-45 10/100BaseT compatible
Power Connector
2.1 mm Barrel Connector, Center Positive
Accessory I/O Port
DB-9 Connector
SCSI-2 Port
50-pin male high density, SCSI-2 connector
RS-232 Serial Port
DB-9 Connector
S-Video In
4-pin mini-DIN connector (see caution below)
S-Video Out
4-pin mini-DIN connector
Composite Video In
BNC connector (see caution below)
Composite Video Out
BNC connector
CAUTION: Do not connect both video inputs at the same time.
AUDIO/VIDEO
Video Signal Input
0.7 to 1.4 Volts peak-to-peak, with Automatic Gain Control
Video Signal Output
1 Volt peak-to-peak into 75 ohm
Termination
75 ohm
Colors
Y:U:V 4:4:2, 16.8 Million Colors
Gray Scale
256 Levels
Horizontal Resolution
720 Pixels (NTSC & PAL)
Vertical Resolution
484 Lines (NTSC) 586 Lines (PAL)
Compression Standard
Video = Wavelets Audio = G.711
Audio In
RCA jack, 315 mV, 40 kΩ, unbalanced
Audio Out
RCA jack, 315 mV, 600 Ω, unbalanced
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ON-SCREEN VIDEO INDICATORS
Archive Status
Pause
Rewind
End of Data
Play
Start of Data
Fast Forward
Record Capacity
Time and Date
Last Alarm
Reverse Play
Video Loss
PART NUMBERS
Power Supply
For DVR1(All Models): Leader N60-120500
For DVAA Disk Arrays (All Models): TOP-250SSA (4010-0019)
Accessories PCB
0900-0127a
Rack Mount Kit
0110-R301. Fits 1U, 19-inch rack unit.
Installation Instructions (this manual)
3935 890 3681#, where # is incremented with each revision cycle.
Wave Reader Manual
3935 890 4451#, where # is incremented with each revision cycle.
Wave Watch Manual
3935 890 4471#, where # is incremented with each revision cycle.
Wave Reader Software CD
0151-0003
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APPENDIX C: REO QUICK INSTALL GUIDE
1.1 Introduction
This guide provides the steps necessary to install the DVR1 in combination with a REO Multiplexer or REO Switcher Monitor. If you
are not familiar with the operations of the DVR1 and the REO Monitor, refer to the corresponding instruction manuals.
1.2 Required Software Version
Ensure that the DVR1 and REO monitor’s software version is equal to or higher than noted below.
Product
DVR1 (all models)
REO Multiplexer Monitor
REO Switcher Monitor
1.3
Software Version
1.14 or higher (available at www.philipscsi.com)
2.01c or higher
1.00 or higher
Installation
1.3.1
Connection of Audio/Video Cable (A/V Cable)
To record camera images, the REO VCR In/Output allows connection of the DVR1. Connect the Mini Din plug to the VCR
connector of the REO System Monitor.
1. Connect the BNC connectors to the VIDEO IN and VIDEO OUT of the DVR1.
ATTENTION:
VIDEO IN of the A/V cable must be connected to VIDEO OUT of the DVR1.
VIDEO OUT of the A/V cable must be connected to VIDEO IN of the DVR1.
2. Connect the black VEXT cable (located in the A/V cable) to the VEXT-pulse output of the DVR1 (Pin 5 of Accessories port) for
proper synchronization between the System Monitor and DVR1.
3. If the DVR1 also has audio recording capabilities, connect the RCA connectors to AUDIO IN and AUDIO OUT of the DVR1.
ATTENTION:
AUDIO IN of the A/V cable must be connected to AUDIO OUT of the DVR1.
AUDIO OUT of the A/V cable must be connected to AUDIO IN of the DVR1.
1.3.2
Connection of Alarm Contact
In case of an alarm, the output relay contact of the REO System Monitor can change the recording speed from Normal recording to
Alarm recording until the alarm is acknowledged by the user or automatically resets after the programmed alarm time has expired.
Camera 1–8
VCR (Playback Only)
VIDEO OUT
AUDIO OUT
TV/Monitor
VIDEO IN
AUDIO IN
VIDEO
IN
AUDIO
IN
Not Used
VIDEO
OUT
AUDIO
OUT
To Slave Monitor
VIDEO
IN
VIDEO
OUT
AUDIO
IN
AUDIO
OUT
Alarm Relay
1
2
3
4
Alarm IN
1 6
Connect
Accessories
PCB to
Accessories
Port of DVR1
3 8
4 9
5 GND
VIDEO
IN
To VIDEO OUT of DVR1
VIDEO
OUT
To VIDEO IN of DVR1
To Pin 5 of Accessories
PCB of DVR1 (VEXT)*
2 7
VEXT
Time-lapse VCR
VIDEO OUT
VIDEO IN
VEXT
AUDIO OUT
AUDIO IN
AUDIO
IN
To AUDIO OUT of DVR1
AUDIO
OUT
To AUDIO IN of DVR1
*Not required by REO Switcher
GND
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1.4 Programming the REO System monitor
No special programming is required for the REO Switcher. If using the REO Multiplexer, ensure that the Record mode is set to
Multiplexing (verify this via the REO Main Menu > Settings > VCR).
1.5 Programming the DVR1
To view the DVR1’s menu screen using the REO System Monitor:
•
On the REO System Monitor, press MENU > SWITCH TO PLAYBACK VIEW
•
On the DVR1:
Select MENU > ADVANCED MENU, then press ENTER
Enter the correct password (default is 0000) and ENTER
Press ENTER to access the Advanced Menu
Select MULTIPLEXER FORMAT, then ENTER
Select PHILIPS REO, then ENTER
Press MENU twice to exit.
1.6 Remote Viewing Considerations
The following pertains to the Remote Viewer Software (included with the DVR1; allows Remote Viewing of video via a PC with this
software loaded).
The Ethernet port connection depends on the network configuration:
•
For a DVR1 connected directly to a Hub, use a Straight Through cable.
•
For a DVR1 connected directly to a PC, use a Crossover cable.
•
For a DVR1 connected via standard phone line (POTS) using LAN modems, refer to the Bosch Security Systems, Inc. Web site.*
A PSTN-LAN* modem can be used for remote access to one of the Bosch digital products through a POTS line.
•
For a DVR1 connected via standard phone line (POTS) using standard modems, see Section 5.7 for modem models.
A standard DB9 Female to DB25 Male modem cable will also be required for modem communications.
Refer to our Web site at www.philipscsi.com under Tech Tips, #12 Applications Notes, 3COM OfficeConnect 56K LAN Modem.
*
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APPENDIX D: INSTALLATION GUIDE FOR THE COMBINED PHILIPS
MULTIPLEXER, INTUIKEY KEYBOARD & DVR1 SERIES SYSTEM
1.1 Overview
The latest software for the Philips System4® Multiplexers, IntuiKey Keyboard, and DVR1 greatly improves the functionality of the
system. This new software simplifies retrieval of the DVR1’s recorded video via the IntuiKey keyboard.
1.2 Required Software Version
Ensure that the keyboard, DVR1, and Philips Multiplexer software versions are equal to or higher than those noted below. Software for
these products is available at www.philipscsi.com.
Product
System4 Multiplexer
IntuiKey Keyboard (all models)
DVR1 (all models)
Software Version
3.05 or higher
1.03 or higher
1.14 or higher
1.3 Installation
1. Connect an RS-232 null modem cable (Philips model #S1385) from the Multiplexer’s Console port to the DVR1’s RS-232 port.
2. Connect the IntuiKey keyboard to the Multiplexer’s KYBD port using a standard keyboard cable.
3. Connect a Vext Cable from the Multiplexer to the DVR1 for proper video synchronization between the Multiplexer and DVR1, as
follows:
• Vext Pulse Out: DVR1 Pin 5 to Multiplexer Pin 21.
• Ground: DVR1 Pin 7 to Multiplexer Pin 25.
MULTIPLEXER
DVR1
4. Multiplexer Setup (refer to the Multiplexer’s Instruction Manual for further details):
• Connect the Monitor to MON A output of the Multiplexer.
• Execute the following Multiplexer Advanced Menu commands:
ADVANCED SETUP → VCR SETUP → RECORD SETUP VCR OUT → VEXT INPUT “ON”
ADVANCED SETUP → VCR SETUP → RECORD SETUP VCR OUT → SELECT VCR “DVR1”
ADVANCED SETUP → PC/PRINTER → CONNECT TO VCR “SERIAL PORT 96,N,8,1”
5. DVR1 Setup (refer to the DVR1 Instruction Manual for further details):
• Connect the Monitor to VCR output of the DVR1.
• Execute the following DVR1 Advanced Menu commands:
ADVANCED MENU → MULTIPLEXER FORMAT "PHILIPS"
ADVANCED MENU → COMMUNICATIONS → BAUD RATE "9600"
6. Connect the DVR1’s VCR OUTPUT to the Multiplexer’s VCR INPUT. Also connect the Multiplexer’s MON A output to the
Monitor.
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1.4 DVR1 Keyboard Menus
There are two new keyboard menus that provide direct access to the DVR1 menus and its recorded video (refer to the keyboard’s
instruction manual for further information on keyboard menus).
DVR1 Playback Controls
DVR1 Controls
1.4.1
DVR1 Controls Menu
To view the DVR1 CONTROLS menu, at the Keyboard’s MULTIPLEXER MAIN MENU, select RECORDER CONTROLS, then
DVR1 CONTROLS. The multiplexer will enter the VCR View mode.
When this screen is selected, the DVR1 output signal switches to MON A of the multiplexer (the multiplexer Playback mode remains
unchanged).
Below is a list of the new Keyboard Softkey buttons for the DVR1 Controls menu along with an explanation of the functions they
perform.
Softkey
Exit*
Playback Controls
Search
Up, Down, Left, Right
Enter
Menu
Functions
• Presents the previous keyboard menu (RECORDER CONTROLS).
• Output signal of the Multiplexer is switched to MON A.
• Presents the DVR1 PLAYBACK CONTROLS menu (see Section 2.4.2).
• The Multiplexer is forced into Playback mode to decode playback video from the DVR1.
• Presents the DVR1’s Search screen.
• Video selected directly from this menu is not decoded unless the Multiplexer is in Play mode.
Press PLAYBACK CONTROLS on the DVR1 to properly view decoded video.
Navigate the DVR1’s menu screens
Equivalent to the DVR1’s Enter command.
Equivalent to the DVR1’s Menu button.
To stop playback and resume recording, EXIT the DVR1 CONTROLS and RECORDER CONTROLS menus,
then press PLAY on the Multiplexer’s Main menu.
*
NOTES:
1. The front panel buttons of the Multiplexer and AllPlex keyboard do not provide direct access to the DVR1’s Search menus.
2. When the IntuiKey keyboard is in the DVR1 CONTROLS menu, all MON A display keys from the front panel and Allplex
keyboard are blocked except the following:
• ALARM ACK
• ACTION ACK
• ALT, MON B
• Display keys for MON B are not blocked (except for Freeze).
3. If connection has been broken while the Multiplexer is in DVR1 CONTROLS mode (via the IntuiKey keyboard), the
Multiplexer MON A display becomes locked in this mode. To force the Multiplexer out of DVR1 CONTROLS mode, execute
the following command via the Multiplexer front panel: ALT, 1, VCR, SEQ.
4. If the Multiplexer was placed in Menu mode via front panel buttons, and the IntuiKey keyboard goes into DVR1 CONTROLS,
the Multiplexer remains in Multiplexer Menu mode. However, the DVR1 CONTROLS keys on the IntuiKey keyboard will still
control the DVR1. To display the DVR1 menus, first leave the Multiplexer menus (from the front panel), then leave and reenter
DVR1 CONTROLS on the IntuiKey keyboard.
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1.4.2
DVR1 Playback Controls Menu
Below is a list of the new Keyboard Softkey buttons for the DVR1 Playback Controls menu along with an explanation of the functions
they perform.
Softkey
Exit
Full, Quad, Multi
Pause, Play Forward, Play Reverse,
Frame Advance, Frame Reverse,
Fast Reverse, Fast Forward,
Increase Speed, Decrease Speed
Functions
• Presents the previous keyboard menu (DVR1 CONTROLS).
• Output signal of the DVR1 is switched to MON A.
Presents the various viewing options of the multiplexer.
Equivalent to the DVR1’s front panel buttons.
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APPENDIX E: RS-232 REMOTE PROTOCOL
1.1 Supported Command Sequences
The DVR1 supports the following command sequences, entered via PC once communication has been established between the PC and
the DVR1. The Baud Rate should be set at 9600 Baud, with 1 Stop Bit, 8 Data Bits, and Parity at None.
All byte values entered at the PC must be in hexadecimal values. Each command string begins with an STX (02) character and ends with
an ETX (03) character.
COMMAND
Play Forward
Record
Stop
Pause
Fast Forward
Rewind
Frame Advance
Reverse Frame
Advance
Play Reverse
Set Clock
Increase Speed
Decrease Speed
Search
Arrow Up
Arrow Down
Arrow Left
Arrow Right
Menu
Enter
START
1
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
CHARACTERS
FPL
REC
STO
PAU
FWD
REW
FAD
RAD
RPL
2
46
52
53
50
46
52
46
3
50
45
54
41
57
45
41
END
5
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
4
4C
43
4F
55
44
57
44
02
52
41
44
02
52
50
4C
See instructions for setting clock in the following section.
02
49
53
50
02
44
53
50
02
53
45
41
02
41
52
55
02
41
52
44
02
41
52
4C
02
41
52
52
02
4D
45
4E
02
45
4E
54
ISP
DSP
SEA
ARU
ARD
ARL
ARR
MEN
ENT
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
03
Example:
To Play Forward, enter the following command at the PC keyboard, using the starting and ending characters and hexadecimal
equivalent of the FPL from the above chart: 02 46 50 4C 03 <Enter>
1.2 Setting the Clock
The following table shows the command sequence for setting the clock.
COMMAND
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
VALUE
02
43
4C
4B
20
y1
y2
2D
m1
m2
2D
d1
d2
2C
h1
h2
3A
f1
f2
03
The gray cells in the Value row of the table indicate the correct positions for each byte of data in the command string.
Place the hexadecimal value of the desired ASCII character into the command string, entering two digit values for Year, Month, Day,
Hour, and Minute into the command string. The year is a 2-digit number, and the time is military time (24-hour clock).
See the example to follow.
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SET CLOCK Example:
In this example, 14:39 on December 25, 2000 is used to demonstrate the Set Clock Command String.
Notation Used in
Value Column
y1
y2
m1
m2
d1
d2
h1
h2
f1
f2
Year Character #1
Year Character #2
Month Character #1
Month Character #2
Day Character #1
Day Character #2
Hour Character #1
Hour Character #2
Minute Character #1
Minute Character #2
ASCII Character of
Desired Value
0
0
1
2
2
5
1
4
3
9
Hex Value Entered
into Command String
30
30
31
32
32
35
31
34
33
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The final Set Clock Command String for 14:39 on December 25, 2000 is as follows:
COMMAND
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
VALUE
02
43
4C
4B
20
30
30
2D
31
32
2D
32
35
2C
31
34
3A
33
39
03
OR:
02 43 4C 4B 20 30 30 2D 31 32 2D 32 35 2C 31 34 3A 33 39 03 <Enter>
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