快速安裝指南

快速安裝指南
SMR Rackmount Series
QUICK INSTALLATION GUIDE
Installation
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Rackmounting Kit Content
Warning!
Description
Quantity
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Mounting bracket assembly, L-shape, left-side
Mounting bracket assembly, L-shape, right-side
Inner glides
Truss head screws M5 x 9.0mm
Flathead screws #6-32 x 10mm
Flathead screws #6-32 L6
M5 cage nuts
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User Provided Components
Tools Required
LAN Cable
● USB Keyboard and Mouse
● VGA Monitor
● 3.5" SATA Hard Drive
Flat blade
Screwdriver
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5. Attach the inner glides (03) to the left and
right side of the enclosure using #6-32 L6
flathead screws (06). Make sure the
protruding end (indicated by the black
arrow) is bent inward as shown in the
illustration.
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Only qualified service personnel should install and service this product in order to avoid risk of injury from
electrical shock and energy hazard.
Observe all ESD (Electro-static Discharge) procedures during installation to avoid damage to the recorder
and its components.
Installing Slide Rail (Optional)
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6. It is strongly recommended that two people
perform this procedure together! To mount
the enclosure onto the rail and into the rack,
place the enclosure on the installed rails and
slide it into the rack until the front ears of the
enclosure meets the front rack posts.
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Philips
Screwdriver
Accessories
Quantity
Item
Tray Box*
Item
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• HDD trays
• AC power cord
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System Package
Accessory Box
• Product CD
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• System chassis
• Quick Installation Guide
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• Pre-installed modules include:
• China RoHS Compliance Sheet
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• Screws for securing 3.5" HDDs on trays
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• Screws for securing 2.5" HDDs on trays
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• Screws for mounting system chassis:
M6 x (4) / M5 x (4) / #10-32 x (4) / #6-32 x (4)
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• Flange filler plates
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Quantity
Power Cord Box
- Power supply module
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Slide Rail Installation Procedure
Front Rack Post
1. Installing the cage nuts (07) provided to
be mounted onto the posts (if your rack
post do not have threaded holes) for cross
recess truss head screws M5 x 9.0mm (04)
to secure the enclosure. Please refer to the
illustration on the right that matches your enclosure
dimensions.
7. Secure the enclosure by using two 32x
10mm flathead screws (05) at the rear and four
M5 x30mm screws on the forearm handles
(forearm handles can also be secured using
M6 / 10-32 screws from the system accessory
box).
Rear Rack Post
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M5/M6/
10-32
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M5/M6/
10-32
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Hardware Overview
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2. Adjusting the slide rail assembly to its
appropriate lengths, make sure the L-shape
rail (01) bend faces inwards, loosen the four
screws to adjust its length .
Front View
Installing Hard Drives
Hard Drive Installation Prerequisites
Purchase hard drives having the same capacity and using same interface with the pre-installed ones.
Inserting Hard Drive into Drive Tray
1. Remove the tray from the enclosure, press the release
button and gently pull out the tray.
3. Secure the front end of the L-shape rail below
the top cage nut (use for securing the enclosure).
Extend the rail to the appropriate length where it
meets the rear post and secure the front and rear
using M5x0.9mm screws (04). Slide runner
(indicated by the blue arrow ) and catch latch
(indicated by the black arrow) is to meet with
the inner glides.
1 LED Indicators
2 Hard Drive Slots
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2. Place the hard drive into the drive tray. Make sure
the hard drive's interface connector is facing the
open side of the drive tray and its label side facing
up. Align the drive and the mounting holes on the
tray.
Rear View
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4. Attach the filler plates behind the enclosure
ears using two 32x10mm flathead screws (05) on
each side (filler plates come with the system).
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1 Power Socket
3. With the tray bezel open, insert the installed hard
drive and tray into the enclosure. Once inserted,
close the tray bezel.
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4 Power Switch
7 LAN2
2 Power Supply
5 Restore Button
8 LAN1 (for single LAN mode, use LAN1)
3 USB Port
6 VGA Port (for network setting only)
4. Use a small flathead screwdriver to rotate the tray
bezel lock from the unlock position to the lock
position.
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SMR9500U Console:
Version: version of the product
eth0 IP Address: IP Address of LAN1
eth1 IP Address: IP Address of LAN2
System Config login: admin (Once typed in “admin”, the password option will appear.)
Password: admin
System Connections
IP Camera(s)
Remote VMS Client
Management Center
Analog Camera(s)
Internet
IP Encoder
4-2. Fixed IP
1) Select “2: Fixed IP” from the menu below.
By default, the IP address can be obtained via DHCP.
If the IP address can not be received via DHCP, the default DHCP IP addresses are 192.168.0.100 for LAN1 and
192.168.0.101 for LAN2.
2. After logged in, a menu (main setting page) will show up.
2) The following menu will show up. Input your IP address.
Consult your MIS for the fixed IP address.
Ethernet Connection
Video/Monitor Connection
USB Connection
Connect cables to the rear panel ports as follows:
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Insert mouse, keyboard to the USB ports for operating VMS.
Insert the network cable to the LAN1 Port for a local network where your IP Camera reside.
(Connection to analog cameras is also available via an IP encoder).
Select “1: Network setting” and press enter to configure the network.
Note: Whichever page you are on, press “ESC” on your keyboard will bring you back to
the previous setting page.
Note: Use the LAN port on the right (LAN1) for single LAN mode.
3. Once the “1: Network setting” is selected, a setup menu will show up.
3) Select “2: Subnet Mask” to set your subnet mask.
Consult your MIS for the subnet mask configuration.
5 Powering up S MR
1. Attach the power cable to the power socket (blue rectangles).
2. Press the power switch (blue circle).
4) Press “ESC” on your keyboard to exit and be directed to the previous setting page.
5) The LAN1/2 IP address should have changed to the newly set fixed IP.
3. When turned on, the service LED
should remain off while the rest
of the status LEDs on the front
panel should light up green to
indicate normal operation.
4. Select LAN1/2 settings to see the following menu and set the IP address.
5. Select “3:Default Gateway” to set the gateway.
Consult your MIS for the gateway configuration.
Service LED: Off
Power LED: Green
Cooling fan LED: Green
Thermal LED: Green
System fault LED: Green
6 Network Settings
1. Connect an external monitor to the VGA port on the SMR9500U for the network setup.
The startup page will be displayed on the monitor as the image shown below.
4-1. DHCP
1) Select “1: DHCP”, the system will ask you to confirm “Set Network interface to DHCP, Confirm? (Y/N)”.
6. Select “4: DNS Server” to set the DNS.
Consult your MIS for the DNS server configuration.
Type “Y” to confirm and proceed. The system will assign DHCP information for you.
Press any key to exit and be directed to the previous setting page.
The LAN1/2 IP Address should have changed to the newly obtained IP address.
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14 Time Settings
7 Upgrade
Click Setup page > Server entry > General Tasks > General Server Settings in the VMS Console.
Select the “Time Settings” tab, set the Date/Time and Time Zone for SMR9500U.
1. From the main setting page, select “2: Upgrade” to upgrade firmware for your SMR9500U.
2. Collect the upgrading firmware in your USB drive and connect it to the SMR9500U USB port.
After that type “y” to confirm and the system will start upgrading.
2. Select “1: Clear SCC Data” to clear the SCC domain data.
When the VMS remote client is down, you can use this functionality locally.
This act can be also done in the VMS. Go to VMS Console > Domain Server > Tasks > Clear SCC Data.
3. Select “2: Debug Log Dump” to export the Linux system log for the technician to exanimate,
once the system is down. Insert your USB drive to the USB port on the SMR9500U and press “Enter”
to start exporting log onto your USB drive.
8 Restart
12 Logging into SMR
1. From the main setting page, select “3: Restart” to activate your network settings.
Install the VMS supplied in the product CD in your computer.
To start the software, click on the VMS icon.
Note: Date/Time should be set correctly before recording.
15 Storage Management - Create RAID
1. Click Setup page > Sever entry > General Tasks > Storage in the VMS Console.
2. Highlight the target drive first and then click “Setting” for RAID creation.
3. In “Advanced Settings” window, “General” tab, choose the RAID level and then click
“Create Logical Drive” for RAID configuration.
Note: After the network setting, the monitor should be disconnected from SMR9500U.
For a smooth and effective operation, it is required to access VMS and log in
SMR remotely.
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9 Shutdown
1. Select “4: Shutdown” on the main setting page to turn off your SMR9500U.
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Access Method: Directly Access or Internet Port Forward.
Type: Choose VMS.
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VMS/NVR: The default IP address for the SMR Server. You can click Search button to obtain it.
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Username: The username of the domain, which is always admin.
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Password: The password of the domain. Default password is admin.
Note: If you need to connect remote PC(s) to the SMR server within a private LAN, please
refer to Port Forwarding and Start the VMS Client section in SMR user manual for more
details.
13 Add SMR
SMR needs to be added via Auto Scan or Manually input the IP Address of the SMR9500U.
1. Auto Scan: select the Setup page and right click on the Domain Server entry to see Tasks and then
select Auto Scan NVR. The VMS will start auto scan for the SMR9500U. Select the SMR and click OK
to save the setting.
10 Factory Restore
1. Select “5: Factory Restore” to have all the settings configured to default settings.
2. Add NVR: select the Setup page and right click on the Domain Server entry to see Tasks and then
select Add NVR to add SMR9500U manually by inputting IP Address of the SMR9500U. Click OK to
save the setting.
16 Add Cameras to the Server
Add cameras to the sever via Auto Scan or Manually input the IP Address of the cameras.
Click Setup page > SMR9500U entry > Common Tasks > Common Camera Tasks in the
VMS Console.
1. Scan For Cameras (Auto Scan): select this option, all the available cameras will be shown
on the list. Check the camera you’d like to add and click OK to save the setting.
2. Add Camera (Manually): select this option, and then input the IP Address of the camera to
add cameras to the server manually. Click OK to save the setting.
11 Configuration Management
1. Select “6: Configuration Management” on the main setting page to clear SCC data
or export Debug Log Dump.
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17 Alarm Rule Settings
VMS Client provides robust alarm handling features. To access these features, right click the
Server entry or go to the Setup page to find the Alarm Rule Settings option. Alarm triggering
Conditions can be combined with Action such as event notification, video recording, video popup,
alarm monitor and so on.
1. Rule: A short description, for example, east-fence intrusion detection or front entrance
access control.
2. Condition: Specifies the triggering Conditions such as Motion, Video Loss , Sensor Input,
Disk Error and so on.
3. Action: Specifies the Actions to take when the set alarm is triggered.
4. Schedule: Allows users to set the schedule for the application of specific alarm rules.
This is especially useful for non-office hours.
Adding an Alarm Rule
1. Click the New button.
2. Enter a Rule Name.
3. Specify Conditions and Actions.
4. Select cameras to apply
5. Click ...... button in the schedule to set schedules for the alarm rules.
Set schedules by using a paint to mark Enable / Disable periods.
6. Click Save to confirm and save the settings.
18 Setting up Live View
The default view setting is 3x3. Use the buttons on top of the screen to set the viewing numbers from
one full screen to 6x6.
19 Event Log
You can find Event Log on the bottom of the Live View Page, showing all the information of the
triggered events. Use the upper right button to extend the Event Log to a full screen.
1. Mark*: double click this item to further define the color bar shown on the Event Log.
2. NVR: the IP Address of the NVR.
3. Camera Name: the camera being alarm-triggered.
4. Date/Time: when the triggered event was taken place.
5. Log Type: alarm type.
6. Link: click the link can be directed to the playback to see the triggered moment.
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