DR-S0426 / DRE-S0426P
4 Channel Stand-alone
Digital Video Recorder
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
To obtain the best performance and ensure device function correctly, please read this instruction manual
carefully and completely.
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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.
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WARNINGS, CAUTIONS & COPYRIGHT
WARINGS
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO RAIN
OR MISTURE.
DO NOT INSERT ANY METALLIC OBJECT THROUGH VENTILATION GRILLS.
CAUTION
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK.
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK).
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE
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The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to
alert the user to the presence of insinuated "dangerous voltage" within the products
enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to
persons.
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presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instruction in the literature
accompanying the product.
USERS OF THE SYSTEM ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR CHECKING AND COMPLYING WITH ALL
FEDERAL, STATE, AND LOCAL LAWS AND STATUTES COIPCERNING THE MONITORING AND
RECORDING OF VIDEO AND AUDIO SIGNALS. ULTRAK SHALL NOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE
FOR THE USE OF THIS SYSTEM IN VIOLATION OF CURRENT LAWS AND STATUTES.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
INDEX - TABLE OF CONTENTS------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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SETUP MENU LIST-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION / FEATURE--------------------------------------------------------------------------
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CHAPTER 2 HARDWARE OVERVIEW ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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CHAPTER 3 SETUP PROCEDURES ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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0. LIVE VIEWING------ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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1. MAIN MENU SETUP -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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2. SYSTEM SETUP ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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3. CAMERA SETUP ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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4. RECORD SETUP ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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5. ALARM SETUP------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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6. SCHDULED RECORD --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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7. EVENT LIST ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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8. HDD MANAGEMENT ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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9. LOAD DEFAULT ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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10. EXIT ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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CHARPTER 4 OPERATION PROCEDURES -----------------------------------------------------------------------
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1. GETTING STARTED WITH YOUR MACHINE --------------------------------------------------------
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2. RECORDING --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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3. PLAYBACK -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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4. HARD DISK AND CF CARD RECOMMEND ----------------------------------------------------------
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5. VCR --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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6. ALARM CONTROL -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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7. EXTERNAL ALARM CONNECTOR ----------------------------------------------------------------------
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8. VGA OUTPUT -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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9. RS-485 CONTROL PROTOCOL-------------------------------------------------------------------------
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CHAPTER 5 SPECIFICATIONS ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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CHAPTER 6 RECORDING TIME LENGTH -------------------------------------------------------------------------
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CHAPTER 7 HARD DRIVE INSTALLATION PROCEDURES --------------------------------------------------
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SETUP MENU List
SETUP MENU
SYSTEM SETUP
SYSTEM SETUP
CAMERA SETUP
RECORD SETUP
ALARM SETUP
SCHEDULE RECORD
EVENT LIST
HDD MANAGEMENT
DEAFULT SETUP
EXIT
DVR ID NUMBER
SET TIME/DATE
TIME DISPLAY MODE
TIME DISPLAY
LANGUAGE SELECT
KEY LOCK
MENU SETUP PROTECTION
CHANGE PASSWORD
SYSTEM SELECT
EXIT
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YY/MM/DD
ON
ENGLISH
OFF
OFF
NTSC
CAMERA SETUP
CAMERA SELECT
CAMERA RECORD
MOTION SENTSITIVITY
MOTION AREA SETUP
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
HUB
CAMERA TITLE EDIT
EXIT
EVENT LIST
HARD DRIVER: MASTER
START TIME: 2005/MAY/16 12:07:00
END TIME: 2005/MAY/16 12:07:30
> 01 RECORD 2005/MAY/16 12:07:00
02 MOT CH1 2005/MAY/16 12:06:00
03 MOT CH2 2005/MAY/16 12:05:00
04 MOT CH3 2005/MAY/16 12:04:00
05 ALM CH1 2005/MAY/16 12:03:00
06 ALM CH2 2005/MAY/16 12:02:00
07 ALM CH3 2005/MAY/16 12:01:00
RECORD MODE
NORMAL RECORD FPS
ALARM RECORD FPS
ALARM RECORD DWELL
RECORD QUALITY
MOTION MIGRATION
EXIT
YES
10%
76GB
73GB 97%
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
MUX
30P
30P
10SEC
HIGH
ON
ALARM SETUP
DEAFULT SETUP
SET FOR ALL
SYSTEM SETUP
CAMERA SETUP
RECORD SETUP
ALARM SETUP
EXIT
STANDARD
STANDARD
STANDARD
RECORD SETUP
HDD MANAGEMENT
OVERWRITE ENABLE
HDD FULL WARNING
MASTER HDD CAPACITY
MASTER HDD LEFT RATIO
MASTER HDD FORMAT
SLAVE HDD CAPACITY
SLAVE HDD LEFT RATIO
SLAVE HDD FORMAT
EXIT
[CAM1]
ON
1[MIN]
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
[BUZZER]
BUZZER DWELL
VIDEO LOSS ALARM
MOTION ALARM
EXTERNAL ALARM
5SEC
ON
OFF
ON
[RELAY]
VIDEO LOSS ALARM
MOTION ALARM
EXTERNAL ALARM
ON
ON
ON
EXTERNAL SENOR SETUP
ALARM DISPLAY MODE OFF
EXIT
SCHEDULE SETUP
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CHAPTER 1
INTRODUCTION
This product is 4 cameras input appliance with multiple function which will bring you
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Device can be performed as VHS system with live display, play back and video
recording.
Device operates in hardware base with no OS (operating system) necessary for
more reliability and stability.
Digitize data storage with M-JPEG compression technology will give you
organized video data management without using mess huge traditional video
tape.
Support various type of camera with real, live mode display.
Multi-speed recording selection on normal recording mode or alarm recording
mode, the highest speed of recording is 30/25 (NTSC/PAL) fields on both mode.
Title, contrast, hue and brightness are adjustable for each camera individually.
Support up to 2 hard disks (HDD) from 40GB to 400GB compatible & status
indicator on screen.
When external alarm is triggered, corresponding cameras number will show up
on the monitor with texts.
Selectable recording qualities (best/high/medium/low).
Recording can operate manually or gets activated automatically when alarm is
triggered.
Motion detection function available, user can easily adjust sensitive & area of
motion detection.
Playback record can be searched by time or by event list.
Play back mode could not be easier then ever for you to review the video that
gets recorded on reverse (x16) and fast forwarding (×4, ×8, and ×16).
Play back mode with pause (field by field) for forward.
Easy operation, setting can be easily modified OSD (on screen display) menu.
Device will overwrite data and notice operator on monitor when the HDD is
going full.
HDD capacity status can be show on the screen for better storage
management.
System will restore the previous setting and continue camera activity after
restart.
Provide 2 Monitor output & optional VGA output function.
Alarm notification could be sent via email when motion or external alarms are
triggered.
Optional audio function.
Date type selectable.
Support DVR ID setting for joystick control panel.
NTSC/PAL switching by OSD menu.
External Alarm NO/NC Selection & Individual Relay On/Off Selection.
Advanced buzzer control.
Force recording under schedule recording in no record mode.
Password & key lock protect even power lose.
*New function in boldface
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CHAPTER 2
Hardware Overview
Front Panel Layout Overview
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Copy
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POWER
REC
PLAY
Quad
H.D.D
MENU
Rec
Digital Video Recorder
Rew
Search
Stop
Pause
F.Fwd
Search
ENTER
Play
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Buttons Function List
1. DVR ESSENTIAL OPERATION
Part
Label
1
POWER
2
REC
Recording status LED.
3
PLAY
Playback status LED.
4
H.D.D
H.D.D LED
5
6
7
8
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10
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12
13
REC
Function
Power status LED.
Press REC to start recording.
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1.
2.
This View button controls FULL SCREEN display from camera 1.
A password can be setup by the view control button for number 1.
2
1.
2.
This View button controls FULL SCREEN display from camera 2.
A password can be setup by the view control button for number 2.
3
1.
2.
This View button controls FULL SCREEN display from camera 3.
A password can be setup by the view control button for number 3.
4
1.
2.
This View button controls FULL SCREEN display from camera 4.
A password can be setup by the view control button for number 4.
Quad
COPY
Rew Search
STOP
Quad screen: All cameras are displayed.
CF or CDRW Backup button.
16 times speed fast rewind mode.
Press Stop to stop playback or recording.
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15
16
Pause
F.Fwd Search
PLAY
Press Pause to pause (field by field) for forward.
Press F. Fwd to play video forward at high speed. Press the button
again the speed will be change circulative from ×2,×4, to the
highest ×8.
Press the Play button to into time search and play video forward.
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▲
1. Move the cursor upward or decrease the number.
2. When it's not under recording mode, you can use the button to
adjust position of date & time display which appears on OSD.
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▼
1. Move the cursor downward or increase the number.
2. When it's not under recording mode, you can use the button to
adjust position of date & time display which appears on OSD
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MENU
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◄ ( ENTER)
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► ( ENTER)
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CF Card
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HDD/CDRW
Press MENU to go into or exit menu.
1. Press ENTER button to choose or confirm in MENU system.
2. You can use ENTER key to indicates H.D.D status when system is
not under Menu mode.
3. Make any changes in the selected option or decrease/increase
the number.
Slot for compact flash (CF) card. (Option)
Removable HDD or CDRW. (Option)
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Back Panel Layout Overview
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2. Back Panel Components Function List
Part
Label
Function
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ETHERNET
Reserved
25
LED
Reserved
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COM PORT
COM port for RS-485 interfaces which upon to request.
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RS-485 header
4 pin Terminal. For external control of unit.
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CAMERA OUT
Camera 1-4 video output with BNC connector.
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CAMERA IN
Camera 1-4 video input with BNC connector.
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MONITOR OUT
Composite video output with 2 BNC connectors.
31
VGA SETUP DIP
Setting Resolution & Frequency. (Option)
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VGA D-SUB OUT
Connect to CRT or LCD monitor. (Option)
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Audio IN / OUT
Audio input / output RCA connectors. (Option)
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ALARM IN / Relay
8-Pin Alarm input and Relay output connector.
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POWER / POWER SW
AC100V~AC240V, Frequency 47-63Hz input.
Power ON/OFF switcher.
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CHAPTER 3
SETUP PROCEDURES
0. LIVE VIEWING
REC 30P 2005/MAY/16 10:20:30 MON
Å---- STATUS BAR
MOT [CAM1]O O[CAM2]
[CAM3]O O[CAM4]
[M] 231GB/239GB 97% [S]
N/A
Å---- INFORMATION BAR
STATUS BAR
Press ▲ button move from top or downgrade a line, and how many recording FPS will show on the left
upper corner.
INFORMATION BAR
Press ▼ button move from bottom or upgrade a line, by ◄ or ► button to change information
between HARD DISK STSTUS, RECORDING MODE and AUDIO RECORDING STATUS.
While MENU mode without press any key would go back to live viewing mode
after 2 minutes. And during live viewing for 5 seconds would go back to
recording mode automatically, if full time or alarm record set before.
1. MAIN SETUP MENU
SETUP MENU
SYSTEM SETUP
CAMERA SETUP
RECORD SETUP
ALARM SETUP
SCHEDULE RECORD
EVENT LIST
HDD MANAGEMENT
DEAFULT SETUP
EXIT
Press the MENU button to go into the main
menu.
Use the ▲ or ▼ button to select items.
Press the ◄ or ► button to confirm the selection.
Press MENU to escape to exit the set up mode.
6. EVENT LIST
1. SYSTEM SETUP
Recording event list
System set up.
7. HDD MANAGEMENT
2. CAMERA SETUP
Hard disk management
Camera set up.
8. DEAFULT SETUP
3. RECORD SETUP
Return to factory setting
Recording set up.
9. EXIT
4. ALARM SETUP
Escape from the setup menu.
Alarm set up.
5. SCHEDULE RECORD
Schedule Recording set up.
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2. SYSTEM SETUP
SYSTEM SETUP
DVR ID NUMBER
SET TIME/DATE
TIME DISPLAY MODE
TIME DISPLAY
LANGUAGE SELECT
KEY LOCK
MENU SETUP PROTECTION
CHANGE PASSWORD
SYSTEM SELECT
EXIT
Press ▲ or ▼ key on "SYSTEM SETUP" & ◄ or ►
1
to enter:
YY/MM/DD
ON
ENGLISH
OFF
OFF
Use the ▲ or ▼ button to select items.
Press the ◄ or ► button to confirm the selection.
Press MENU back to SETUP MENU.
NTSC
1. DVR ID NUMBER
1~32
Use W or X button to set up DVR ID for extension keyboard. Range from 1 to 32.
2. SET TIME/DATE
Use W or X button to move, ▲ or ▼ button to set up date & time, by MENU key back
to menu.
3. TIME DISPLAY MODE
Use W or X button to change YY/MM/DD, MM/DD/YY or DD/MM/YY.
4. TIME DISPLAY
ON/OFF
Use W or X button to change ON or OFF.
5. LANGUAGE SELECT
ENGLISH
Use W or X button to change language.
6. KEY LOCK
ON/OFF
Use W or X button to change ON or OFF.
7. MENU SETUP PROTECT
ON/OFF
Use W or X button to change ON or OFF.
8. CHANGE PASSWORD
Key in password with following sequence CURREBT PASSWORD -> NEW PASSWORD
-> CONFIRM PASSWORD. Initial number is 1111. Use the view control button on the
front panel to input the number.
9. SYSTEM SELECT
is "1" ,
is "2" ,
NTSC/PAL
Use W or X button to change NTSC or PAL video system.
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is "3" ,
is "4"
3. CAMERA SETUP
CAMERA SETUP
CAMERA SELECT
CAMERA RECORD
MOTION SENTSITIVITY
MOTION AREA SETUP
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
HUB
CAMERA TITLE EDIT
EXIT
Press ▲ or ▼ key on "CAMERA SETUP" & ◄ or
[CAM1]
ON
1[MIN]
► to enter:
STANDARD
STANDARD
STANDARD
Press the ◄ or ► button to confirm the
1. CAMERA SELECT
Use the ▲ or ▼ button to select items.
selection.
Press MENU back to SETUP MENU.
CAM1/CAM2/CAM3/CAM4
Use ◄ or ► button to select the camera from CH1 – CH4 to be adjusted.
2. CAMERA RECORD
ON/OFF
Use ◄ or ► button to select recording function ON or OFF.
3. MOTION SENTSITIVITY
OFF / 1[MIN] / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5[MAX]
Use ◄ or ► button to adjust the sensitivity of the selected camera. From 0 (off) to 5
(MAX).
4. MOTION AREA SETUP
Use ◄ or ► button to enter motion area setup, here provide 2 areas for setting.
[PLAY] to change the position or area mode.
[▲ ▼ ◄ ►] to moving position or change area size.
[CH1] for default minimum size.
[CH2] for default size.
[CH3] for default maximum.
[QUAD] for help information on screen.
[MENU] back to pervious menu.
5. BRIGHTNESS
1 / 2 / 3 / 4 /STANDARD/ 6 / 7 / 8 / 9 /10
Use ◄ or ► button to adjust the brightness of the selected camera. Initial number is 5
(STANDARD).
6. CONTRAST
1 / 2 / 3 / 4 /STANDARD/ 6 / 7 / 8 / 9 /10
Use ◄ or ► button to adjust the contrast of the selected camera. Initial number is 5
(STANDARD).
7. HUB
1 / 2 / 3 / 4 /STANDARD/ 6 / 7 / 8 / 9 /10
Use ◄ or ► button to adjust the hue of the selected camera. Initial number is 5
(STANDARD).
8. CAMERA TITLE EDIT
Use ◄ or ► button to enter camera title edit mode, support up to 7 character each.
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4. RECORD SETUP
RECORD SETUP
RECORD MODE
NORMAL RECORD FPS
ALARM RECORD FPS
ALARM RECORD DWELL
RECORD QUALITY
MOTION MIGRATION
EXIT
Press ▲ or ▼ key on "RECORD SETUP" & ◄ or
MUX
30P
30P
10SEC
HIGH
ON
► to enter:
Use the ▲ or ▼ button to select items.
Press the ◄ or ► button to confirm the
selection.
Press MENU back to SETUP MENU.
1.
RECORD MODE
MUX/QUAD
Use ◄ or ► button to select MUX (multiplexer) or OD (QUAD) recording.
NORMAL RECORD FPS
1/2/3/4/5/7/10/15 & 30P
Use ◄ or ► button to select recording speed. 15P means 15 fields per second, 30P
is the highest speed, and 1P is the lowest. There are 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 7 / 10 / 15 &
30 you can choose, NTSC default 15P, PAL at 12P.
2.
ALARM RECORD FPS
1/2/3/4/5/7/10/15 & 30P
Use ◄ or ► button to select alarm recording speed when external alarm or motion
detection is triggered. There are 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 7 / 10 / 15 & 30 you can choose,
NTSC default 30P, PAL at 25P.
3.
ALARM RECORD DWELL
1~30SEC
Use ◄ or ► button to set the dwell time for alarm recording when external alarm or
motion detection is triggered. There are a total of 30 speeds you can choose from 1
to 30. When external alarm is triggered and within the dwell period: the screen will
be switched into quad mode. The corresponding camera will be marked ID "EXT" or
"ALM", default 10 seconds..
4.
RECORD QUALIT
BEST/HIGH/MEDIUM/LOW
Use ◄ or ► button to select the BEST, HIGH, MEDIUM or LOW setting so there is a
total of four levels of recording quality that can be chosen from. Higher quality &
higher the amount of storage will be consumed. Thus, this setting should be
carefully chosen as it will affect the usage of hard disk storage. A table at cheap 6
for relationship between quality, recording speed and hard disks is attached for
reference.
5.
MOTION MIGRATION
ON
Use ◄ or ► button to select add detected motion into event list or not, and the
default setting is on
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5. ALARM SETUP
ALARM SETUP
[BUZZER]
BUZZER DWELL
VIDEO LOSS ALARM
MOTION ALARM
EXTERNAL ALARM
5SEC
ON
OFF
ON
[RELAY]
VIDEO LOSS ALARM
MOTION ALARM
EXTERNAL ALARM
ON
ON
ON
Press ▲ or ▼ key on "ALARM SETUP" & ◄ or ►
to enter:
Use the ▲ or ▼ button to select items.
Press the ◄ or ► button to confirm the
selection.
Press MENU to go back to SETUP MENU.
EXTERNAL SENOR SETUP
ALARM DISPLAY MODE
OFF
EXIT
[BUZZER]
1.
BUZZER DWELL
1/2/3 to 30 SEC & CONT
Use ◄ or ► button to set the dwell time for buzzer issue occur. There are a total of
31 periods you can choose from 1 to 30 seconds or "CONT" for constantly.
2.
VIDEO LOSS ALARM
ON/OFF
Use ◄ or ► button to select video loss alarm function on or off.
3.
MOTION ALARM
ON/OFF
Use ◄ or ► button to switch function on or off when motion occur.
4.
EXTERNAL ALARM
ON/OFF
Use ◄ or ► button to switch function on or off when external alarm occurs.
[RELAY]
1.
VIDEO LOSS ALARM
ON/OFF
Use ◄ or ► button to switch video loss alarm function form relay box.
2.
MOTION ALARM
ON/OFF
Use ◄ or ► button to switch motion alarm function form relay box.
3.
EXTERNAL ALARM
ON/OFF
Use ◄ or ► button to switch external alarm function form relay box.
EXTERNAL SENOR SETUP
Use the ▲ or ▼ button to select channel.
EXTERNAL SENSOR SETUP
CHANNEL-1
CHANNEL-2
CHANNEL-3
CHANNEL-4
EXIT
Press the ◄ or ► button to change alarm
OFF
NORMAL-OPEN
NORMAL-CLOSE
OFF
type.
Press MENU to go back pervious menu.
Each channel with 3 types for selection:
1.
OFF
2.
NORMAL-OPEN (DEFAULT)
3.
NORMAL-CLOSE
ALARM DISPLAY MODE
ON/FF
During recording & full channel mode, if ALARM DISPLAY MODE is ON, system
would switch to the ALARM or MOTION channel and the period depend on ALARM
RECORD DWELL.
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6. SCHEDULE RECORD
Press ▲ or ▼ key on "SCHEDULE RECORD" & ◄
SCHEDULE SETUP
0
3
6
9
12
15
18
or ► to enter:
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Use the ◄ or ► button to select items.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to confirm the
[RIGHT,LEFT] TO MOVE [MENU TO EXIT]
[UP,DOWN] TO SELECT
selection.
Press MENU to go back to SETUP MENU.
There are 24 circles in the schedule table, which represent 24 hours.
Every circle has 3 options to select:
O : represents "fully record"
X : represents "no record"
A : represents "alarm record"
Use the ◄ or ►button to select hours.
Press ▲ or ▼ button to select the O / X / A (Fully / No / Alarm Record).
QUICK KEY:
Play
Key to switch between O / X / A (Fully / No / Alarm Record) in all hours.
7. EVENT LIST
EVENT LIST
HDD1: MASTER
START TIME: 2005/MAY/16 12:07:00
END TIME: 2005/MAY/16 12:07:30
>01 RECORD 2005/MAY/16 12:07:00
02 MOT CH1 2005/MAY/16 12:06:00
03 MOT CH2 2005/MAY/16 12:05:00
04 POWER 2005/MAY/16 12:04:00
05 ALM CH1 2005/MAY/16 12:03:00
06 ALM CH2 2005/MAY/16 12:02:00
07 ALM CH3 2005/MAY/16 12:01:00
Press ▲ or ▼ key on "EVENT LIST" & ◄ or ►
to enter:
Use the ◄ or ► button to select items.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to confirm the
selection.
Press MENU back to SETUP MENU.
Use "▲ or ▼" key to select event which needs to be played,location of " > " symbol
will move up and down for indicating current event which been selected.
Press "◄ or ►" key to select events storage from master hard drive or slave hard drive.
When once selection has been made and than press ►PLAY key to start playback.
There are totally 4 different type's event will be recorded:
1. RECORD:Event starts recording by press "REC" key.
2. POWER:When power off or loss, system would add this issue, and "POWER
ERROR DETECTED" would show on screen while boot.
3. ALM CH1:When external alarm was triggered, event up with alarm number.
4. MOT CH1:When motion detection was triggered, event up with alarm number.
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Record setup "MOTION EVENT MIGRATION" must at ON.
In the period of alarm record triggered constantly that the a single EVENT LIST item will be
extend while lapsed, thus ENET LIST would show the first triggered channel number on the
list and the recording seconds will be extended .
8. HDD MANAGEMENT
HDD MANAGEMENT
OVERWRITE ENABLE
YES
HDD FULL WARNING
10%
MASTER HDD CAPACITY 76GB
MASTER HDD LEFT RATIO 73GB 97%
MASTER HDD FORMAT
N/A
SLAVE
HDD CAPACITY N/A
SLAVE
HDD LEFT RATIO
N/A
SLAVE
HDD FORMAT N/A
EXIT
1. OVERWRITE MODE
Press ▲ or ▼ key on "NETWORK SETUP" & ◄ or ► to
enter:
Use the ◄ or ► button to select items.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to confirm the selection.
Press MENU back to SETUP MENU.
YES (YES/NO)
Use "◄ or ►" button to enable or disable overwriting when HDD is full. When HDD
overwrite is enabled, the oldest partition on HDD will automatically be reused, and
the oldest images will be overwritten the current images. When overwrite mode is
disabled, the HDD Full Warning percentage selection will be appeared and need to
be configured.
2. HDD FULL WARNING
10% (5% / 10% / 15% / 20%)
Use "◄ or ►" button to select one of the four settings (5% / 10% / 15% / 20%).
The default is 10%. The buzzer will turn on when free space left in the HDD go
below the set value and alarm again when the total free space left going down each
5%.
3. MASTER HDD CAPACITY
76GB
The master HDD capacity will be indicated on the screen, it can't be revised.
4. MASTER HDD LEFT RATIO
73GB 97%
The master HDD left ratio sign will be indicated on the screen, it can't be revised.
5. MASTER HDD FORMAT
Use "◄ or ►" button to enter the MASTER HDD FORMAT menu.
PASSWORD INPUT : _ _ _ _
Use the view control button on the front panel to input the number.
is "1" ,
is "2" ,
is "3" ,
is "4"
When you key in the correct password, the screen will be displayed the following
message:
PASSWORD CORRECT!
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HARD DISK FORMATTED
Otherwise, the following error message will be displayed on the screen:
PASSWORD INCORRECT!
CHANGE PASSWORD:
Please refer to page 2 SYSTEM SETUP ->CHANGE PASSWORD.
6. SLAVE HDD CAPACITY
N/A
The slave HDD capacity sign will be indicated on the screen, it can't be revised. HDD
N/A is with no HDD.
7. SLAVE HDD LEFT RATIO
N/A
The slave HDD left ratio sign will be indicated on the screen, it can't be revised.
HDD N/A is with no HDD.
8. SLAVE HDD FORMAT
Same with MASTER HDD FORMAT.
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9. LOAD DEFAULT
DEAFULT SETUP
SET FOR ALL
SYSTEM SETUP
CAMERA SETUP
RECORD SETUP
ALARM SETUP
EXIT
Press ▲ or ▼ key on "DEAFULT SETUP" & ◄ or ► to
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
1. SET FOR ALL
enter:
Use the ◄ or ► button to select items.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to confirm the selection.
Press MENU back to SETUP MENU.
ON/OFF
Use W or X button to change all item in ON , OFF or "---" by individual
2. SYSTEM SETUP
ON/OFF
Use W or X button to ON for restore to default setting or OFF.
3. CAMERA SETUP
ON/OFF
Use W or X button to ON for restore to default setting or OFF.
4. RECORD SETUP
ON/OFF
Use W or X button to ON for restore to default setting or OFF.
5. ALARM SETUP
ON/OFF
Use W or X button to ON for restore to default setting or OFF.
6. CONFIRM AND EXIT
After setting above items and pressW or X button back to default setup, otherwise
by MENU key back to main menu.
While changed setting & exit DEFALUT, a dialog would show up and ask to
confirm the setting.
ARE YOU SURE...
>NO
YES
10. EXIT
Exit from the SETUP MENU.
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CHAPTER 4
OPERATION PROCEDURES
1
Getting Started with your machine
Please assure the following instructions before you switch on the machine:
1.1 Voltage check: Before power cable is connected, please check the voltage of this
appliance against the supply.
Input voltage range 100~240V, frequency range 47-63Hz.
CAUTION - Damage would be caused if incorrect power voltage applied.
1.2 Hard Disk connection: Make sure the 40-Pin Hard Disk Data cable and the 4-Pin
power connectors are properly connected.
2
Recording
2.1
Press the
REC key to enter the Recording Mode. And press the STOP key to
stop recording.
2.2
On information bar the "MUX" or "QUAD sign will be indicated on the screen, it
means you select MUX or QUAD recording.
2.3
"15P" sign will be indicated in top right corner on the screen, it mean the
recording speed you selected. 15P means 15 fields per second.
2.4
O" sign will be indicated in center corner on the screen, it means the marked
channel is recorded.
2.5
For more information on Setting up Recording Mode, refer to Chapter 3 Record
Setup
2.6
In Recording Mode, if there is a power failure or power lost for any reasons that
cause a shut down of this machine, it will be back to the Recording Mode
automatically when power restored.
3
Playback
Press the ►PLAY button to
into playback mode, There
PLAYBACK TYPE SELECT
are two ways for searching
for video records, use "▲"
>TIME SEARCH
EVENT LIST
EXIT
or "▼" key to select a way
for searching, there are two
selections "TIME SEARCH"
PRESS [UP,DOWN] TO MOVE
[MENU] TO EXIT
[RIGHT,LEFT] TO SELECT
and "EVENT LIST". Arrow
mark ">" indicates current
selection, press "◄" or "►"
key to start the search.
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3.1
Time Search:
TIME SEARCH
HDD1: MASTER
START TIME: 2005/MAY/04 08:00:00
^
HARD DRIVE: MASTER
START TIME:2005/MAY/03 08:12:03
END TIME:2005/MAY/04 10:10:55
HARD DRIVE: SLAVE
START TIME:N/A
END TIME:N/A
[RIGHT/LEFT] TO MOVE [UP/DOWN] TO CHANGE
[PLAY] TO PLAY [QUAD] CHANGE HDD [MENU] EXIT
When entered "TIME SEARCH" mode, by QUAD key change hard disk, screen will
indicates the earliest record on corresponding hard drive with title "START TIME"
and "END TIME". Use "◄" or "►" keys to setup condition for time search, an arrow
mark "^" will show up on corresponding location for adjustment. Use "▲ "or "▼
"keys to increases or decrease value for search condition on time or date. Press
►PLAY key to start playing back.
3.2
Event List:
EVENT LIST
HDD1: MASTER
START TIME: 2005/MAY/16 12:07:00
END TIME: 2005/MAY/16 12:07:30
>01 RECORD 2005/MAY/16 12:07:00
02 MOT CH1 2005/MAY/16 12:06:00
03 MOT CH2 2005/MAY/16 12:05:00
04 MOT CH3 2005/MAY/16 12:04:00
05 ALM CH1 2005/MAY/16 12:03:00
06 ALM CH2 2005/MAY/16 12:02:00
07 ALM CH3 2005/MAY/16 12:01:00
PRESS [UP/DOWN] TO MOVE
[QUAD] TO CHANG HDD
[PLAY] TO PLAY
[MENU] TO EXIT
When entered "EVENT LIST" mode, we needs to choose a hard drive to start search
for recorded data. Use QUAD key to choose a hard drive to start. Screen will
indicates the event list on corresponding hard drive with the event type, start date
& time. Use "▲"or "▼" keys to setup condition for time search, an arrow mark ">"
will show up on corresponding location for adjustment. Use "▲ "or "▼"keys to
select the event item, and press ►PLAY key to start playing back.
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3.3
Several ways to perform playback:
3.3.1 Press ►PLAY button to play video forward.
3.3.2 "PLAY" sign will be indicated in top left corner on the screen.
"MUX or QUAD" sign will be indicated in top right corner on the
screen, it means the recording mode you selected.
3.3.3 When playback reaches the vary end of record and "END"will appear.
Press
Rew Search button to play video reverse at 16 times speed fast
rewind mode.
F.Fwd Search button to play video forward at high speed. Press
3.3.4 Press
the button again speed will be change circulative from ×4, ×8, to the
highest ×16.
3.3.5 "REW" or "FF* 4 / 8 / 16" sign will be indicated in top left corner on the
screen.
3.3.6 Press
Pause button to pause (field by field) for forward. This function
can be used in full screen and quad mode.
(If you choose QUAD in recording mode than it can't playback in full
single channel screen).
3.3.7 "PAUSE" sign will be indicated in top left corner on the screen.
Press the STOP button to leave playback mode and resume to Live Mode.
When overwrite mode is enabled with 2 hard drives, drive which is overwriting will
cause recording time being divided to 2 periods as picture below:
TIME SEARCH
HDD1: MASTER
START TIME: 2005/MAY/04 08:00:00
^
HARD DRIVE: MASTER
START TIME:2005/MAY/05 08:12:03
END TIME:2005/MAY/05 10:10:55
HARD DRIVE: SLAVE
START TIME:2005/MAY/03 08:12:03
END TIME:2005/MAY/04 10:10:55
[RIGHT/LEFT] TO MOVE [UP/DOWN] TO CHANGE
[PLAY] TO PLAY [QUAD] CHANGE HDD [MENU] EXIT
There will be 2 periods of time as RECORD SEGMENT 1 and RECORD SEGMENT 2 in
master drive which means the oldest data and newest data both existing on the
same hard drive. Above rules will also apply to slave hard drive.
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4 Hard disk
Maximum 2 pieces and at lease one hard disk should be connected, the capacity of
hard disk from 40GB to 400GB for each.
When you restart the power of this appliance after install or replace new hard disk it
will format automatically, we tested the following model for your reference:
Brand
Model
Capacity
Speed (rpm)
Seagate
Seagate
Seagate
Seagate
Maxtor
Maxtor
Maxtor
Maxtor
ST380011A
ST3120023A
ST3160023A
ST3400832A
6Y120L0
6Y080L0
6Y160P0
7Y250P0-A
80GB
120GB
160GB
400GB
120GB
80GB
160GB
250GB
7200
7200
7200
7200
7200
7200
7200
7200
rpm
rpm
rpm
rpm
rpm
rpm
rpm
rpm
We DO NOT suggest Samsung \ Western Digital \ Maxtor DiamondMax 10 series hard drive
base on technical examination.
5 VCR
1. VCR Backup
The DVR Provides composite signal output for back-up use. You can keep the Image
data, and simply just connected BNC connector, at the Back Panel of, with MONITOR
OUT Connector. Press VCR REC button, after decided what recording data need to keep,
during Play-Back Mode.
6 Alarm control
There are three types of alarms that the system can be configured to handle. They are
1.External Alarm, 2.Video Lost Alarm and alarm of 3.Motion Detection.
When alarm are triggered, it changes recording speed to the alarm recording speed.
Video Lost alarm is enabled as default and cannot be changed. The buzzer will action
and "V.LOSS" sign will be indicated on the screen.
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7 External alarm connector
External alarm functions only when DVR has been set under recording mode. 4 input
ports to receive signals from external alarm and GND port for termination. When
external alarm is triggered, currents will be grounded through GND port to activate the
external alarm.
a. Texts "ALM" will be displayed on OSD corresponding channel.
b. Relay action.
c. Recording speed will be switch from normal mode to alarm mode (refer to chapter
4 about recording setting).
d. If setting "A" has been set in schedule recording, will only perform recording when
alarm is triggered during schedule "A" period.
Terminal connector:
Pin 1-4
----- ALARM1-ALARM4,Camera alarm input.
GND
----- GND
N.C
----- Relay N.C,Alarm output N.C
COM
----- Relay COM
N.O
----- Relay N.O,Alarm output N.O
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8 VGA Output
VGA output is optional, please ensure that you have proper DVR model for VGA out put
installation. By D-SUB connecter to CRT or LCD monitor, DIP switch definition &
suggestion table as below:
DIP1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Resolution
640×480
800×600
1024×768
1280×1024
DIP1
0
0
1
1
DIP2
0
1
0
1
Frequency
56Hz
60Hz
70Hz
75Hz
DIP3
0
0
1
1
DIP4
0
1
0
1
Resolution
Frequency
DIP2
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
DIP3
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
DIP4
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
60
640×480
800×600
72
75
56
60
72
75
Monitor
15 inch or
below
15 inch or
below
60
1024×768
1280×1024
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70
75
60
15~17 inch
17 inch or
above
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RS-485 control protocol
Data format
Data: 1 Byte / Parity: None / Start bit: 1 / Baud: 9600
Totally 3 bytes in data frame:
1. Byte=0x10
:Broadcasting DVR
Byte=0x80+ID Number
2. Byte=Refer to below table
:Remote Control DVR (ID number range: 5~21)
:Command for each key string
3. Byte=First byte plus Second byte :Command for confirm checksum
Part
Label
Command
5
REC
0x21
6
CH1
0x11
7
CH2
0x12
8
CH3
0x13
9
CH4
0x14
10
CHALL
0x15
11
COPY
NONE
12
RFAST
0x3A
13
STOP
0x51
14
PAUSE
0x3D
15
FFAST
0x3E
16
PLAY
0x52
17
UPRT
0x31
18
DNLT
0x32
19
MENU
0x20
20
LEFT
0x33
21
SELECT (ENTER)
0x35
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CHAPTER 5
SPECIFICATIONS
Image System
Resolution
NTSC
PAL
Display
720×480
720×576
Record
640×224
640×272
Video Input
BNC × 4
Video Looping output
BNC × 4
Video Output
BNC × 2
Audio Input (option)
RCA × 1
Audio Output (option)
RCA × 1
Display Frame
Recording Frame Rate (QUAD)
Recording Frame Rate (MUX)
4 × 30 fields/sec
4 × 25 fields/sec
Max 30 fps
Max 25 fps
Max 30 / 4 fps
Max 25 / 4 fps
Storage Media
Max 2 IDE Hard Disks / 1 Hard Disk & 1 CDRW
Image Format
M-JPEG
Compress Rate
Low:8K bytes/field
High:15K bytes/field
Medium:10K bytes/field
Best:20K bytes/field
Recording Mode
Manual / Alarm / Schedule
Playback Speed
Fast Forward ×4 ×8 ×16 / Fast Reverse ×16
Frame by Frame Forward Playback
On Screen Display & Setup
Time/Date/Setup Menu
Alarm Input
×4
Relay Output
NO or NC Programmable Contact ×1
Password Control
One for HDD format
Event List
Max. 63 records/H.D.D
Motion Detection
Yes
Buzzer
Yes
Video loss
Yes
Key Lock
Yes
Backup
Optional CF Card / CDRW (Network Function)
VGA out put
Optional
Power Input
AC 100-240 V Input ( 47-64 Hz )
Voltage
Dimensions
110V 180ma / 220V 95ma
55mm (H) × 432mm (W) × 321mm (D)
Weight kg
4.5kg (w/o H.D)
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CHAPTER 6
RECORDING TIME LENGTH
Recording time length is related to recording speed and recording quality. Tables below are
offered for your reference.
Record Mode=MUX
Record Mode=QUAD
Recording length under quad mode will shorter than multiplex mode and PAL will shorter
than NTSC.
80GB H.D.D Record Mode=MUX
NTSC Field/Sec
30/FS 15/FS 10/FS
maximum 38 hr
high
Recording
Quality medium
low
NTSC Field/Sec
low
PAL Field/Sec
maximum
high
Recording
Quality medium
low
5/FS
4/FS
3/FS
2/FS
1/FS
76 hr
114 hr
160hr
228hr
285hr
380 hr 570 hr 1140hr
57 hr
114Hr
171hr
240hr
342hr
428hr
570 hr 855 hr 1710hr
71 hr
142hr
213hr
298hr
426hr
532hr
710 hr 1065hr 2130hr
100hr
200hr
300hr
420hr
600hr
750hr 1000hr 1500hr 3000hr
80GB H.D.D Record Mode=QUAD
30/FS 15/FS 10/FS 7/FS 5/FS 4/FS
maximum 19 hr
high
Recording
Quality medium
7/FS
3/FS
2/FS
1/FS
38 hr
57 hr
80 hr
114hr
142hr
190hr
285hr 570 hr
29 hr
57 Hr
87 hr
120hr
171hr
214hr
285hr
426hr
35 hr
70 hr
105 hr
148hr
213hr
266hr
350hr
532hr 1050hr
100 hr 150 hr
208hr
300hr
375hr
500hr
750hr 1500hr
50 hr
80GB H.D.D Record Mode=MUX
25/FS 12/FS
8/FS
6/FS
4/FS
870 hr
3/FS
2/FS
1/FS
35 hr
72 hr
110 hr
145 hr
218 hr
291 hr
437 hr
875 hr
46 hr
95 hr
144 hr
190 hr
287 hr
383 hr
575 hr
1150 hr
67 hr
139 hr
209 hr
278 hr
418 hr
558 hr
837 hr
1675 hr
98 hr
204 hr
306 hr
408 hr
612 hr
816 hr
1225hr
2450hr
80GB H.D.D Record Mode=QUAD
PAL Field/Sec
maximum
high
Recording
Quality medium
low
25/FS
12/FS
8/FS
6/FS
4/FS
3/FS
2/FS
1/FS
12 hr
25 hr
37 hr
50 hr
75 hr
100 hr
150 hr
300 hr
16 hr
33 hr
50 hr
66 hr
100 hr
133 hr
200 hr
400 hr
23 hr
48 hr
72 hr
95 hr
143 hr
191 hr
287 hr
575 hr
34 hr
70 hr
106 hr
141 hr
212 hr
283 hr
425 hr
850 hr
CF Card Backup time
Capacity=128M
Single Image file size
40K
50K
60K
Single picture JPEG file
3100 fields
2500 fields
2000 fields
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Video clip AVI file
25 minute
20 minute
16 minute
CHAPTER 7
HARD DRIVE INSTALLATION PROCEDURES
1. Hard drive jumpers need to be set properly in order to make DVR function correctly.
2. Instructions below are for second hard drive installation. If you prefer to have only one
drive, please ignore instruction below. Remove DVR top cover by taking out screws
from location shown below:
①
.
②
④
③
⑤
⑥
3. Below picture indicates DVR which one without a H.D.D installed.
4. Please refer to the instruction from hard drive manufactory for correct jumper setting
on (master /slave) mode of the hard drive, mounting the hard drive over DVR base by
facing IDE interface to DVR main board. Match screw holes from bottom to bottom of
hard drive and the DVR. Turn over the DVR from top to bottom side and then mounting
up the hard drive by using screws from attached accessory pack as picture below:
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5. Hooking up IDE cable and power cable to the hard drive as picture below, please take a
note on that the red line on IDE cable must be next to power cable in order to have
correct instillation.
6. This DVR supports maxima 2 hard drives, please take a note on cable length that you
use to hook up with the hard drive.
7. Restore top cover then hook up with power and monitor a hard drive status message
will appear if it's been installed successful.
8. Up with power and monitor a hard drive status message will appear if it's been
installed successful.
Attentions:
1. Hard drive master and slave mode must be set correctly.
2. Primary hard drive must be set as master and slave for secondary.
3. Make sure power cable is unplugged before hard drive installation starts.
4. IDE cable and power cable must be hooking up correctly.
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