Planet NVR-1620 Installation guide

4/8/16/32-Ch Network Video Recorder
NVR Series
Quick Installation Guide
Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Introduction..................................................................................... 3
1.1 Before Installation................................................................................ 3
Chapter 2. Physical Description and Installation................................................... 4
2.1 4-Ch Network Video Recorder................................................................ 4
2.1.1 NVR-420 Package Contents.......................................................... 4
2.1.2 NVR-420 Physical Details............................................................. 4
2.1.3 NVR-420 HDD Installation............................................................ 5
2.2 8/16-Ch Network Video Recorder..........................................................10
2.2.1 NVR-810 / NVR-1610 Package Contents.......................................10
2.2.2 NVR-810 / NVR-1610 Physical Details..........................................11
2.2.3 NVR-810 / NVR-1610 HDD Installation.........................................13
2.2.4 NVR-820 / NVR-1620 Package Contents.......................................15
2.2.5 NVR-820 / NVR-1620 Physical Details..........................................15
2.2.6 NVR-820 / NVR-1620 HDD Installation.........................................17
2.3 32-Ch Network Video Recorder.............................................................19
2.3.1 NVR-3210 Package Contents.......................................................19
2.3.2 NVR-3210 Physical Details...........................................................19
2.3.3 NVR-3210 HDD Installation.........................................................21
2.3.4 NVR-3250 Package Contents.......................................................22
2.3.5 NVR-3250 Physical Details...........................................................23
2.3.6 NVR-3250 HDD Installation.........................................................24
2.4 Web Management................................................................................27
Chapter 1. Introduction
Thank you for purchasing PLANET 4/8/16/32-Ch Network Video Recorder. The
Network Video Recorder is designed for use within a surveillance system, and
performs recordings and playbacks pictures from network cameras in the system.
It is a recording device using a hard disk drive to record camera pictures instead
of using video tapes so that pictures recorded by repeated overwriting will not
experience deterioration of the recorded picture quality. Up to 4 (for NVR-420), 8
(for NVR-810 and NVR-820), 16 (for NVR-1610 and NVR-1620) and 32 (for NVR3210 and NVR-3250) cameras can be connected via a network and it is possible
to record their camera pictures. It is possible to perform the settings or operate
the NVR using a web browser installed on a PC connected to a network, or remote
controller. Recorded video can be played back from remote site by a PC. Up to 4
PCs (web browsers) can access this unit concurrently and it is possible to perform
the settings and operate this unit. The NVR is compatible with most major brand
cameras and its ability to automatically search and find the available cameras on
the network can greatly reduce the user effort when expanding the system.
1.1 Before Installation
Before installation, please be sure to read this quick installation guide and user’s
manual (CD) carefully to complete machine installation. This guide shows how to
quickly set up the NVR.
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Chapter 2. Physical Description and Installation
2.1 4-Ch Network Video Recorder
2.1.1 NVR-420 Package Contents
1 x NVR
1 x Power Cord
1 x Power Adapter
1 x RJ-45 Cable
1 x CD-ROM
8 x HDD Screw
1 x Remote Controller
1 x Quick Installation Guide
2.1.2 NVR-420 Physical Details
Power LED
HDD1 LED
HDD2 LED
System Fan
Channel LED
USB Connector
Reset Button
Remote Control
IR Receiver
Composite
Audio
HDMI Connector
Composite
Video
Ethernet
USB Connector
LEDs
Power
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Power Connector
Color
Description
Green
When NVR-420 is fully started
Red
When NVR-420 is off, but power cord remains plugged in
Amber
Blinking during system initialization, reboot, and
firmware upgrade
Off
When NVR-420 is off and the power cord is not plugged
in
HDD1/2
Channel 1~4
Green
Disk is online
Red
Disk error
Amber
Solid amber when NVR-420 is recording
Blinking amber when the disk is recycling
Off
No disk or disk is offline
Green
Solid green when NVR-420 is online
Blinking during event triggered
Off
Disconnect or no camera is configured
Connector
Description
USB
Connect your USB flash disk for firmware upgrade and backup
Reset
Press and hold reset button for 30 seconds to factory default
HDMI
HDMI output
Ethernet
10/100Mbps network
2.1.3 NVR-420 HDD Installation
1.Locate the screws highlighted below on the back of the NVR.
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2.Use a Philips screw driver to release the screws.
3.Slide open the case as shown below.
4.One side of the housing can be detached as shown below.
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5.Install the HDD by sliding its bottom first into the tray diagonally to avoid the
tray separator.
6.Once the HDD is placed into the tray, you should see a gap between the HDD
and the SATA connector.
7.Attach the HDD to the SATA connector by sliding it towards the connector.
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8.Make sure the screw holes on the HDD are aligned with the ones on the tray.
9.Secure the HDD with the screws provided in the accessory box with a Philips
screw driver. There are four for each HDD; two for each side of the tray.
10. Install the top HDD by attaching it to the corresponding SATA cable first.
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11. Make sure the HDD is securely attached.
12. Place the HDD to the tray and make sure the screw holes on the HDD are
aligned with the ones on the tray.
13. Secure the HDD with the screws provided in the accessory box with a Philips
screw driver. There are four for each HDD; two for each side of the tray.
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14. Slide the side housing back to the unit.
15. Secure the housing with the screws highlighted below.
2.2 8/16-Ch Network Video Recorder
2.2.1 NVR-810 / NVR-1610 Package Contents
1 x NVR
1 x Power Cord
1 x RJ-45 Cable
1 x CD-ROM
2 x HDD Screw
1 x Quick Installation Guide
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2.2.2 NVR-810 / NVR-1610 Physical Details
Front Panel
NVR-1610
Network Video Recorder
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
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HDD2
Alarm
Power
NVR-1610
Reset
Power
Status Network HDD1
IP Camera
Status LED
NVR Status LEDs
Buzzer
Reset Power Buzzer
Button Button Button
USB Port
NVR-810
Network Video Recorder
1
2
3
4
Power
NVR-810
Reset
Power
Reset Power
Button Button
LEDs
Power
HDD1/2
5
6
Status Network HDD1
7
8
HDD2
Alarm
IP Camera
Status LED
NVR Status LEDs
Buzzer
Buzzer
Button
Color
USB Port
Description
Green
Normal operation
Red
System off (power adapter remains plugged in)
Amber
Blinking amber indicates device is initializing
Green
Solid green when the hard disk is mounted and being accessed
Red
Solid red for disk fail
Amber
Solid amber when disk is recording
Blinking when recycling
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Network
Status
Alarm
Camera
Amber
Solid amber for activity on a 1Gbps network
Green
Solid green for activity on a 10/100Mbps network
Amber
Blinking during firmware upgrade
Green
Shows solid green for normal operation
Blinking green when firmware upgrade is done
Red
Flashes red for failed firmware upgrade
Red
Blinking when an alarm occurs
None
When alarm is reset
Green
Solid green, live connected with no event or recording activity
Amber
Blinking amber, manual or event recording is being performed
Amber
Solid amber, schedule or continuous recording is being
performed
Red
Recording is set but no video from camera
Button
Description
Reset
Press once to reset this device.
Press over 10 seconds to reset to default settings.
Power
Press to start or shut down.
Buzzer
Press to on/off buzzer.
Connector
USB
Rear panel
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Description
Connect your USB flash disk for firmware upgrade and backup.
Connector
Description
AC
Connect the power cord to AC 100~240V power source.
Ethernet
Supports 10/100/1000Base-T interface.
RS-232
Connect to UPS.
I/O
2.2.3 NVR-810 / NVR-1610 HDD Installation
1.Remove the screws on the side.
2.Push the top housing forward and then lift it up.
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3.Remove the screws on the left and right side of the HDD tray.
HDD
Tray
4.Insert the HDD in the HDD tray. Please push the HDD until the SATA connection
is connected properly, and lock the HDD screw on the left and right side.
HDD
5.If there is a second HDD, please repeat step 4 to install it.
Note
1. The NVR supports SATA I or SATA II hard disks
2. The NVR supports max. 3TB per hard disk and it supports total
of 2 hard disks (6TB)
6.Place the top housing back and secure it with the bottom housing.
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7.Connect the bundled power adapter to the power connector on rear panel.
8.Press power button to power on your NVR.
2.2.4 NVR-820 / NVR-1620 Package Contents
1 x NVR
1 x Power Cord
1 x RJ-45 Cable
1 x CD-ROM
6 x HDD Screw
1 x Quick Installation Guide
1 x Mouse
2.2.5 NVR-820 / NVR-1620 Physical Details
Front Panel
NVR-1620
USB Port
Status LED
Alarm LED
HDD LED
Buzzer Stop Button
Reset Button
Network LED
IR Receiver
Power Button
NVR-820
USB Port
Status LED
Alarm LED
HDD LED
Buzzer Stop Button
Reset Button
Network LED
IR Receiver
Power Button
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Rear Panel
LEDs
HDD x 2
Network
Status
Power
Status
Green
Solid green when the HDD is mounted
Red
Solid red for disk fail
Amber
Solid amber when recording is in process
Blinking when recycling
Green
Solid green for activity on a 10/100Mbps network
Amber
Solid amber for activity on a 1Gbps network
Green
Solid green for normal operation
Blinking green when firmware upgrade is done
Red
Blinking red for failed firmware upgrade through USB disk
Amber
Blinking amber during firmware upgrade
Green
Solid green - Normal operation
Blinking in green after pressing and holding the reset
button for 5 seconds indicating the device will enter the
restore default process. Other LEDs remain unchanged
during this state.
Red
System off (power cord remains plugged in)
Amber
Fast blinking - During system initializing/starting.
Continuous blinking - When system is unable to start
properly (All other LEDs should be off when this LED is
blinking in amber)
Slow blinking - The system is shutting down. Other LEDs
go off according to the stages of the process.
Red
Blinking in red when a system/camera event occurs.
Blinking should last 10 seconds for each event
None
Goes off if reaches the 10-second duration, or when
buzzer stop button is pressed (if buzzer is triggered)
Alarm
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Definitions
Buttons
Power
Reset
Buzzer
Stop
Buzzer
Beep
Status
Definitions
ON
Press and hold for 2 seconds
OFF
Press and hold for 2 seconds
Restore
default
Press and hold for 5 seconds
Restart
Press and hold for 2 seconds
STOP
Press and release to stop buzzer right away
Status
Definitions
Complete
start
Beep once (indicating the system is fully started)
Initiating
restart
Beep once (Indicating the restart process has begun)
Initiating
shutdown
Beep once (Indicating users to release the Power button
as the shutdown process has begun)
2.2.6 NVR-820 / NVR-1620 HDD Installation
1.Remove the screws on both sides (1 on each side) and remove the top case by
pulling it toward you.
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2.Place the HDD in the tray on the left. Slide it in until it is securely connected
with the SATA connector.
3.Secure the HDD with the tool-less screw on the right side and the other screw
on the left side, which can be found in the accessory box.
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4.Place the top case and secure it with the screws on both sides.
2.3 32-Ch Network Video Recorder
2.3.1 NVR-3210 Package Contents
1 x NVR
1 x Power Cord
1 x RJ-45 Cable
1 x CD-ROM
12 x HDD Screw
1 x Quick Installation Guide
4 x HDD Tray Key
2.3.2 NVR-3210 Physical Details
Front Panel
Reset/Restart button
Power LED
Power Button
System LED
USB
Event LED
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LEDs
Color
Description
System
Amber
Firmware upgrade: blinking
System failure (AP fail): off
System normal: solid
Event
Amber
Event recording: solid
No event: off
Power
Blue
Power on/Restart/Reset to default/OS fail: stays solid
Button
Description
Reset/Restart
Press and release for restart.
Press over 3 seconds to reset to default settings. Don't release
the button until the system LED blinks.
Power
Press to start or shut down.
Rear Panel
Audio
E-SATA
Ethernet
VGA
USB
Connector
Description
USB
Connect your USB flash disk for firmware upgrade and backup.
VGA
VGA output
E-SATA
External E-SATA HDD
Ethernet
10/100/1000Mbps network.
Audio
Line in/Line out/Mic
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2.3.3 NVR-3210 HDD Installation
1.Release the HDD tray by pulling the lock to the right.
2.Pull the HDD tray out of the case.
3.Place the HDD in the tray and the bottom of the tray.
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4.Put the HDD tray back to the case.
5.Push the tray door back to the case to secure it.
2.3.4 NVR-3250 Package Contents
1 x NVR
1 x Power Cord
1 x RJ-45 Cable
1 x CD-ROM
16 x HDD Screw
2 x Angle bar
4 x Angle Screw
4 x Handle Screw
2 x Handle kit
1 x Quick Installation Guide
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2.3.5 NVR-3250 Physical Details
Front Panel
System
LED
USB1
HDD 1
LEDs
HDD 2
USB2
Event
LED
HDD 3
Color
Reset
Button
Power
LED
Power
Button
HDD 4
Description
Power
Blue
During power on / restart / reset to default / OS fail:
Stays solid
System
Amber
During firmware upgrade: Blinking
System failure (AP failure): Off
System Normal: Solid
Event
Amber
During event recording: Solid
No event: Off
Rear Panel
AC Power
Power
Supply
Fan
System
Fan
VGA
Output
Gigabit
Ethernet
USB x 2
System
Fan
Line in/out/Mic.
e-SATA
DI x 8, DO x 4
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Connector
Description
VGA
VGA output
Ethernet
10/100/1000Mbps network
USB
Connect your USB flash disk for firmware upgrade and backup
E-SATA
External E-SATA HDD
Audio
Line in/Line out/Mic
I/O
DI x 8 / DO x 4
2.3.6 NVR-3250 HDD Installation
1.Start by removing the front plate.
2.To remove the front plate, turn the tool-less screws on both sides counter-clock
wise to loose it from the unit. Please note the screws will still be attached to the
front plate even after the screws are completely loosened from the unit.
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3.Simply pull to remove the front plate once the screws are loosened from the
unit.
4.Remove the HDD tray by pulling the latch.
5.Push the tray door back to the case to secure it.
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6.Once the tray is removed from the unit, notice there are four holes, which are
used to secure the HDD.
7.Once the HDD is placed in the tray, flip it over and secure the HDD with the
screws.
8.Push the tray back into the unit and push it all the way in.
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9.Secure the tray by pushing in the latch, which locks the tray with the unit.
2.4 Web Management
Install “Device Search” utility from the CD
1.Please go to Start  Programs  NVR  Search NVR to run the search tool.
Then you will see the utility start search the network.
2.The NVR should be located and its IP address should be displayed: Double-click
on it and the program should automatically access the NVR’s web administration
page from your default browser.
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3.Login the Homepage
The Web management allows you to access and manage the Network Video
Recorder easily. Launch the Web browser and then enter the IP address. The
default IP address is 192.168.0.20. And, fill up the User Name and Password
to login the Web management. The default User Name / Password is admin /
admin.
Further configurations and information can be found in the user’s manual CD.
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