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CCTV Qvis DVR series User`s manual
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1 Welcome ...................................................................................... 5
2 Open-package check and cable connections....................................6
2.1 Initial check
............................................................6
2.2 Hard disk installation ...........................................................6
2.3 Front panel .........................................................................7
2.4 Rear panel ..........................................................................9
2.5 Audio and video input and output connections........................10
2.5.1 Video input connections ..................................................10
2.5.2 Video output connections and options...............................10
2.5.3 Audio signal input ........................................................10
2.5.4 Audio signal output .......................................................11
2.6 Alarm Input & output connections ......................................11
2.6.1 Alarm input port specifications .......................................12
2.6.2 Alarm output port specifications
...............................12
2.6.3 Alarm output port relay perameters .................................13
2.7 Speed dome connections ....................................................13
3 Basic operation............................................................................14
3.1 Turn on ............................................................................14
3.2 Turn off ............................................................................14
3.3 System Login ....................................................................14
3.4 Preview ............................................................................15
3.5 Desktop shortcut menu ......................................................15
3.5.1 Main menu ..................................................................16
3.5.2 Playback
.....................................................................17
3.5.3 Record Mode ...............................................................19
3.5.4 Alarm output ................................................................20
3.5.5 PTZ control ..................................................................20
3.5.6 Color setting .................................................................24
3.5.7 Output adjust ................................................................25
3.5.8 Logout
.........................................................................25
3.5.9 Window switch .............................................................25
4 Main menu.................................................................................26
4.1 Main menu navigation ........................................................26
4.2 Record .............................................................................27
4.2.1 Record Config ..............................................................27 4.2.2 Snapshot storeage .........................................................28
4.2.3 Playback
......................................................................29
4.2.4 Backup
........................................................................29
4.3 Alarm ...............................................................................30
4.3.1 Motion Detect ..............................................................30
4.3.2 Video Blind ...................................................................32
4.3.3 Video Loss ....................................................................32
4.3.4 Alarm input....................................................................33
4.3.5 Alarm output ...............................................................33
4.3.6 Abnormal
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4.4 System .............................................................................34
4.4.1 General
........................................................................34
4.4.2 Encode
.........................................................................35
4.4.3 Network
......................................................................36
4.4.4 NetSevice...................................................................36
4.4.5 GUI Display .................................................................42
4.4.6 PTZ
.............................................................................43
4.4.7 Tour
............................................................................43
4.4.8 Tour setup .....................................................................44
4.5 Advanced ..........................................................................44
4.5.1 HDD Manage ...............................................................44
4.5.2 Account
.......................................................................45
4.5.3 Online user ...................................................................47
4.5.4 TV adjustment ..............................................................47
4.5.5 Auto maintain ..............................................................47
4.5.6 Restore
.......................................................................47
4.5.7 Upgrade
......................................................................48
4.5.8 Device Info ...................................................................48
4.6 Info ..................................................................................48
4.6.1 HDD info ....................................................................48
4.6.2 BPS
............................................................................49
4.6.3 Log
.............................................................................49
4.6.4 Version
........................................................................50
4.7 Shut down system .............................................................50
5 FAQ and maintenance..................................................................51
5.1 FAQ .................................................................................51
5.2 Maintenance .....................................................................55
Appendix 1.Remote controller operation .............................................56
Appendix 2.Mouse operation ............................................................56
Appendix 3.Technique parameters ......................................................57
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1. Welcome
Thank you for purchasing our DVR!
This manual is designed to be a reference tool for the installation and operation
of your Qvis DVR series DVR system.
You will find information about this Qvis DVRseries DVR's features and functions,
as well as a detailed menu tree.
Before you begin installation and operation please read the following safeguards
and warnings carefully!
Important Safeguards and Warnings
Do not place heavy objects on the DVR.
Please ensure no solid or liquid fall into or infiltrate the DVR.
Please brush printed circuit boards, connectors, fans, machine box and so on
regularly.
Before cleaning however, please switch off the power supply and unplug it from
the mains.
Do not attempt to disassemble or repair the DVR by yourself. Do not attempt to
replace any components by yourself.
Environment
Please position and use the DVR in a dry environment between 0o and 40o.
Do not position or use in direct sunlight or near a heat source..
Do not install the DVR in damp, smoky or dusty environment.
Avoid shocks or physical damage to the DVR.
Please insure the DVR is level and in a stable workplace.
Please install in a well ventilated environment. Keep the vents clean.
Use within the rating input and output scope.
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2 Initial check and cable connections
2.1 Initial check
When you first receive your DVR, please check the following:
1. Please check whether there is any visible damage to the package appearance. The protective materials used for the package of the DVR can
protect the DVR against most accidental damage during transportation.
2. Please open the box and get rid off the plastic protective materials. Check whether there is any visible damage to the DVR itself.
3. Please open the machine crust and check the data wire in the front panel, power wire and the connection between the fan power and the main board.
Front and rear panel
l The key functions on the front panel and the interface specification for the real panel are in the specification.
l Please check the product type described on the front panel whether is the product type you ordered.
The label on the real panel is very important for after sales service. Please
protect it carefully. If you have to contact us for after sales service, please
provide the product type and serial number from this label.
2.2 Hard disk installation
Before you first use the DVR, please install the hard disk as follows:-
1). Undo the side screws 2). Lift off the cover
3). Screw on the hard disk
4). Screw on the hard disk
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5). Connect SATA data wire
6). Connect the power wire
7). Put the top back on
8). Screw on the cover
2.3 Front panel (may vary on some models)
(1) IR remoter receiver (2) Power indicator light
(4) HDD indicator light (5) Record indicator light
(7) Status indicator lighter (8) Running indicator lights
(10) PTZ control
(11)Playback
(13) Next File
(14)Record
(16) Backwards Pause (17) Stop (19)Direction&Enter
(20)USB
(22)ESC
(23) Power Switch
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(3) Alarm indicator light
(6) Network indicator light
(9) Back to main course
(12) Previous File
(15) Slow Play
(18) Fast Play (21) Play Pause
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Front panel function table
Serial NO
Key
Mark
Function
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Switch
Function
SHIFT
Under the state of the user input,can completed switch
function between numeric keys, character keys and other
function keys
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Arrow

Move the cursor
Edit box, press the key you can increase or decrease the digital
Optional drop-down menu, change the settings
Monitor screen, enter the channel 1 or channel 4, singlescreen monitor
Enter to the text box, press the SHIFT key, press this key to
enter the number 1 or 4


Pop-up menu or submenu, press the left and right arrow keys
move the cursor
Video playback state, press the left and right arrow keys to
move the focus on the function keys
Monitor screen, enter the channel 2 or channel 3 singlescreen monitor
Enter to the text box, press the SHIFT key, press the button,
enter the number 2 or 3
Enter
ENTER
Enter
Cancel
ESC
Go back to the previous menu or the function menu to cancel
the operation
Enter into the Mainmenu
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In the Video playback state, to return to the real-time
monitoring
12
Power
switch
13
Play the
previous
record
I
In the state of Video playback, play previous record of the
current playback video ;
In the text box to enter number 1
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Play the
next record
I
In the state of Video playback, Play next record of the current
video; In the text box to enter number 2
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Slow Play
I
When playback of video files, a variety of slow-motion speed
and normal playback;
In the text box to enter number 8
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Fast Play

When playback of video files, a variety of fast-forward speed
and normal playback; In the text box to enter number 7
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Playback/
Pause
II
When playback of video files,play back the video file;
In the text box to enter number 6
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Play/Pause
II
When playback of video files, Play/Pause;
In the text box to enter number 5
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Record
REC
Manually start / stop recording, in the video control menu,
used in conjunction with the arrow keys, select the desired
video channel
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2.4 Rear panel
Note: This is the interface for a 4 channel rear panel of a DVR. See Appendix 3
on page 57 for more details for specific models.
(1) Video input
(2) Video output
(3) Audio output
(4)USB
(5)Network
(6)Audio input
(7)VGA
(8)Power
(9)Switch
Installation sketch map
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2.5 Audio and video input and output connections
2.5.1 Video input connections
The video input port is a BNC connector plug. The type of input signal is PAL/
NTSC BNC(1.0VP-P,75Ω).
The video signal must be of the correct standard and have a high signal to noise
ratio, low aberration and low interference. The image must be clear and have
natural color and brightness in the environment in which it is to operate.
Insure the vidicon signal is stable and credible
The vidicon should be installed in a suitable location where is away from
backlighting and low illumination or uses backlighting and low illumination
compensation.
The earth and power supply of the vidicon and the DVR should be shared and
stable.
Insure the transmission line is stable
The video transmission line should be a high quality coaxial pair which is suitable
for the transmission distance. If the transmission distance is too great, you should
use shielded twisted pair, video compensation equipment or transmit by fiber
optics to insure the signal quality.
The video signal line should be away from all electro magnetic Interference and
other signal line equipment. High voltage current should be especially avoided.
Insure the connection is stable
The signal and shield lines should be connected with a tight connection which
will help avoid false signals, joint welding and oxidation.
2.5.2 Video output connections and options
The video output is divided into PAL/NTSC BNC(1.0VP-P,75Ω) and VGA output
(selective configuration).
If you replace your Qvis monitor with a computer display, there are some issues
to take note of.
1). Do not leave the display turned on for a long time.
2). To ensure normal working demagnetize regularly.
3). Keep the display away from electro magnetic Interference.
A TV is not a suitable replacement for a video output. It can only be used for a
short period of time and is particuarly suseptabler to nearby interferance. The TV
can also damage other equipment.
2.5.3 Audio signal input
The audio port is a BNC connection.
As the input impedance is high, the tone arm must be active.
The audio signal line should be strong and away from any electro magnetic
Interference and with a credible connection which should avoid false signals and
joint welding and oxidation. High voltage current should be especially avoided.
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2.5.4 Audio signal output
Commonly the output parameter of a DVR audio signal is greater than 200mv
1KΩ(BNC) which can connect a low impedance earphone and active sound box
or other audio output equipments through a power amplifier. If the sound box and
the tone arm can not be isolated, a howling phenomena is often experienced.
Here are some methods to deal with this phenomena.
1).Adopt a better directional tone arm.
2).Adjust the sound box volume to below the threshold that produces the howling phenomena.
3).Use fitment materials that absorb the sound to reduce the reflection of the sound.
4). Adjust the layout of the sound box and the tone arm.
2.6 Alarm input and output connections
1.
Alarm input
A. Alarm input is grounding alarm input.
B. Alarm input demand is the grounding voltage signal.
C. When the alarm is connected with two DVRs or connected with DVR and other equipments, it should be isolated by relay.
2. Alarm output
Alarm output can not be connected with high-power load(no more than 1A).
When forming the output loop it must prevent the big current from relay damage.
Use the contact isolator when there is a high-power load
3. PTZ decoder connections
A. The earth for the PTZ decoder and DVR must be shared otherwise
the common-mode voltage will lead to the PTZ control failure. Shielded twisted pair is recommended.
B. Avoid high voltage. Take precaution against the thunder and lightning.
C. At the outlying end connect a parallel 120Ω resistance to ensure the signal quality.
D. The 485 AB lines of the DVR can not connected with other 485 output equipment in parallel.
E. The voltage between the AB lines of the decoder must be less than 5V.
4. Front equipment grounding note
Bad earthing can lead to burnout of the chip.
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5. Alarm input type unlimited
The DVR alarm output port is constant opening type.
(1) alarm input (2) grounding
(3) RS232 (4) alarm output (5) RS485
Parameter
Meaning
G
grounding (earth)
C1, NO1
Alarm output interface(constant open type)
T, R
RS232 port
A, B
485communication interface which is connected with the recording
control equipments such as the decoder
2.6.1 Alarm input port specification
8 channels alarm input. Alarm input type unlimited.
The earth and the com port of the alarm sensor are parallel (The alarm sensor
has an external power supply) .
The earth of the alarm and the DVR should be shared.
The NC port of the alarm sensor must be connected with the DVR alarm input
port.
The earth of the power supply and the alarm sensor must be shared when used
in external power supply.
2.6.2 Alarm output port specification
2 channels alarm output. There is an external power supply when using the
external alarm equipment.
Please refer to the relevant relay parameters to avoid overloading that damages
the DVR.
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2.6.3 Alarm output port relay parameters
Type: JRC-27F
Interface material
Silver
Rating
(resistance load)
Rating switch capacity
30VDC 2A, 125VAC 1A
Maximal switch power
125VA 160W
Maximal switch voltage
250VAC, 220VDC
Maximal switch current
1A
Homo-polarity interface
1000VAC 1minute
Inhomo-polarity interface
1000VAC 1 minute
isolation
Interface and winding
1000VAC 1 minute
Surge voltage
Homo-polarity
1500VAC (10×160us)
Turn-on time
3ms max
Turn-off time
3ms max
longevity
Mechanical
50×106 MIN (3Hz)
Electric
Environment temperature
200×103 MIN (0.5Hz)
-40~+70oC
2.7 Speed dome connections
1. Connect the 485 lines of the speed dome with the DVR 485 interface.
R485
2. Connect the video line with the DVR video input.
3. Connect the speed dome to a power supply.
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3 Basic operation
Note: The button in gray display indicates nonsupport.
3.1 Turn on
Plug in and turn on the power supply switch. If the Power supply indicator light
lights up then the video recorder has turned on. After startup you will hear a
beep. The default setting of the video output is a multiple-window output
mode. If the startup time is within a set video recording time, the timing video
recording function will start up automatically. Then the video indicator light of the
corresponding channel will light up to let you know the DVR is working normally.
Note:
1).Make sure that the input voltage corresponds with the switch of the DVR
power supply.
2).Power supply demands: 220V±10% /50Hz.
We suggest using UPS to protect the power supply under allowable conditions.
3.2 Turn off
There are two methods to turn off the DVR. Entering [main menu] and choosing
[turn off] in the [turn off the system] option is called soft switch. Pressing the
power supply switch is called hard switch.
Illumination:
1).Auto resume after power failure
If the DVR is shut down abnormally, it can automatically backup video and
resume the previous working status after a power failure.
2).Replace the hard disk
Before replacing the hard disk, the power supply switch in the rear panel must
be turned off.
3).Replace the battery
Before replacing the battery, the setting information must be saved and the power
supply switch in the rear panel must be turned off. The DVR uses a button
battery. The system time must be checked regularly. If the time is not correct you
must replace the battery, we recommend replacing the battery every year and
using the same battery type.
Note: The setting information must be saved before replacing the battery
otherwise information will be lost.
3.3 System Login
When the DVR boots up, the user must login and the system provides the
corresponding functions in the user preview. There are three user settings. The
names are admin, guest and default and these names have no password. Admin
is the super user preview; guest and default’s permissions are preview and video
playback.
User admin and guest’s password can be revised, while their permissions can’t
be revised; user default is the default login user whose permission can be revised
but not its password.
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Picture 3.1 System Login
Password protection: If the password is entered continuously wrong for three
times, the alarm will start. If the password is continuously wrong five times, the
account will be locked. (Through a reboot or after half an hour, the account can
be unlocked automatically).
For your system security, please modify your password after first login.
3.4 Preview
You can right click mouse to choose the switch between the windows.
The system date, time and channel name are shown in each viewing window.
The surveillance video and the alarm status are shown in each window.
1
Recording status
3
Video loss
2
Motion detect
4
Camera lock
Table 3.1 Preview icon
3.5 Desktop shortcut menu
In preview mode you can right click your mouse to get a desktop shortcut
menu. The menu includes: main menu, record mode, playback, PTZ control,
High Speed PTZ, Alarm Output, Color Setting, Output adjust, Logout, View
1/4/8/9/16 screens.
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Picture 3.2 Shortcut Menu
3.5.1 Main menu
When you login, the system main menu is shown as below.
Picture 3.3 Main Menu
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3.5.2 Playback
There are two methods for you to play the video files in the hard disk.
1).In the desktop shortcut menu.
2).Main menu>Record->Playback
Note: The hard disk that saves the video files must be set as read-write or readonly state.(4.5.1)
Picture 3.4 video playback
1).Listed files
2).File information 3).File searching
4). File backup 5).Operation hint 6).Playback control
(Listed files) Look up the listed files that accord with the searching criteria.
(File information) Look up the found file information.
(File backup) Backup the chosen file. Click the button and operate as followed.
Note: The storage must be installed before the file backup. If the backup is
terminated, the files already backedup can playback individually.
Picture 3.5 detect the storage
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Detect: Detect the storage connected with the DVR such as hard disk or universal disk.
Erasure: Choose the file to delete and click erasure to delete the file.
Stop: Stop the backup.
Backup: Click backup button and the dialog box is popped up. You can choose
the backup file according to the type, channel and time.
Picture 3.6 recording backup
Remove: Clear the file information.
Add: Show the file information satisfying the set file attributes.
Start/Pause: Click the play button to start the backup and click the pause button
to stop the backup.
Cancel: During backup you can exit the page layout to carry out other functions.
(File searching) Search the file according to the searching parameter.
Picture 3.7 file searching
File type: Set the searching file type.
Channel: Set the searching channel.
Start Time: Set the searching time scan.
(Playback control) Refer to the following sheet for more information.
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Button
Function
/
Play/pause
Button
Backward
Function
Stop
Slow play
Fast play
Previous frame
Next frame
Previous file
Next file
Circulation
Full screen
Table 3.2 Playback control key
Note: Frame by frame playback is only performed in the pause playback state.
(Operation hint) Display the function of the cursor place.
Special functions:
Accurate playback: Input time (h/m/s) in the time column and then click play
button. The system can operate accurate playback according to the searching
time.
Local zoom: When the system is in single-window full-screen playback mode,
you can drag your mouse in the screen to select a section and then left click your
mouse to view this in local zoom. You can right click your mouse to exit.
3.5.3 Record Mode
Please check the current channel status: “” means it is not in recording mode,
“l” means it is in recording mode.
You can use the desktop shortcut menu or click [main menu]> [recording
function]> [recording set] to enter the recording control interface.
Picture 3.8 Record Mode
Schedule: Record according to the configuration.
Manual: Click the all button and the according channel is recording no matter the
channel in any state.
Stop: Click the stop button and the according channel stops recording no matter
the channel in any state.
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3.5.4 Alarm output
Please check current channel status: “o” means it is not in alarming status, “•”
means it is in alarming status.
You can use desktop shortcut menu or click [main menu]> [alarm function]>
[alarm output] to enter the alarm output interface.
Picture 3.9 alarm output
(Configuration) Alarm is on according to the configuration.
(Manual) Click the all button and the according channel is alarming no matter
the channel in any state.
(Stop) Click the stop button and the according channel stops alarming no matter
the channel in any state.
3.5.5 PTZ control
The PTZ Operation interface is as followed. The functions include: PTZ direction
control, step, zoom, focus, iris, setup operation, patrol between spots, trail patrol,
boundary scan, assistant switch, light switch, level rotation and so on.
Note:
1).Decoder A(B) line connects with the DVR A (B) line. The connection is right.
2).Click [main menu] >[system configuration] >[PTZ setup] to set the PTZ parameters.
3).The PTZ functions are decided by the PTZ protocols.
Picture 3.10 PTZ setup
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Speed: Set the PTZ rotation range. Default range: 1 ~ 8.
Zoom: Click / button to adjust the zoom multiple of the camera.
Focus: Click / button to adjust the focus of the camera .
Iris: Click / button to adjust the iris of the camera.
Direction control: Control the PTZ rotation. 8 directions control is supportive.
(4 directions in Front panel is supported )
High speed PTZ: Full-screen shows channel image. Left mouse click to control
the PTZ rotation and orientation. Left click mouse and then rotate the mouse to
adjust the zoom multiple of the camera.
Set: Enters the function operation menu.
Page switch: Switchs between different pages.
Special functions:
1). Preset
To set a preset location, call up the preset points and the PTZ will automatically
turn to the setting position
1). Preset option
To set a location for the preset, the procedure is as follows:
Step 1: In Picture 3.10, use the direction button to turn the PTZ to the preset position, click the Settings button to enter Picture 3.11.
Step 2: Click on the preset button and then enter the preset point number in the preset box (shows 0 in box below),
Step 3: Click the Set button to return to Picture 3.10 to complete the setup, check that the preset points and preset position corresponds.
Clear Preset: Input preset points, click Remove button to remove a preset.
Picture 3.11 Preset Settings
2). To go to a Preset Point
In Picture 3.10, click Page Switch button, enter PTZ control interface as shown in
Picture 3.12. In the input No, type the preset point, then click the preset button,
the PTZ will turn to the corresponding preset point.
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Picture 3.12 PTZ Control
2: Cruise between Points
A PTZ camera can be set to cruise between a series of preset points. This is called
a cruise. To set the PTZ up to do this is as follows:
1). Cruise Between Points Settings
A cruise line is a set up of multiple preset connected points, the setup procedure
is as follows:
Step 1: In Picture 3.10, use the Direction key to turn the PTZ to a designated location, click the settings button to enter Picture 3.13,
Step 2: Click the Tour button, enter the tour number into the Patrol Number box if it isn't already showing and then click Add preset. The number of presets in the tour will show in the Preset box.
Step 3: repeat steps 1 and 2, until you have set out all the preset designated cruise positions
Remove Preset: Please input the preset value in the blank, click Remove Preset
button, then remove the preset points.
Remove Cruise Line: Input the number of cruise line, click Remove Cruise Lines
button, then remove the cruise lines set.
Picture 3.13 Cruise Between Points Settings
2). To view Cruise between Points
In Picture 3.10, click the Page Shift button to enter the PTZ control menu as
shown in Picture 3.12. Please input the patrol number of the cruise in the value
blank, then click the Cruise between Points button. The PTZ will cruise from point
to point on the cruise line. Click the Stop button to stop the cruise.
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3: Scan
The PTZ can also work on the preset scan line repeatedly.
1). Scan setup
Step 1: In Picture 3.10, click the Setup button, which takes you to Picture 3.14;
Step 2: Click the Pattern button and input a patrol value in the pattern value blank;
Step 3: Click the begin button and enter Picture 3.10, here you can set the following items: Zoom, Focus, Aperture, Direction and so on. Click Set button to go back Picture 3.14;
Step 4: Click the End button to complete the setup, Click the right button of the mouse to exit.
Picture 3.14 Scan Setup
2). Scan Calls
In Picture 3.10, click the Page Shift button to enter the PTZ control menu as
shown in Picture 3.12.
Please input the number of the scan in the value blank , then click the AutoScan
button, the PTZ will begin to work on the scan line . Click the stop button to stop.
4: Boundary Scan
1). Boundary Scan setup
Step 1: In Picture 3.10, click the multi arrow direction button to turn the PTZ to a left hand boundary position, then click Set button to enter Picture 3.15, select the left boundary, return to Picture 3.10;
Step 2: Please click the multi arrow direction button to adjust the PTZ to the right boundary, click Set button to enter Picture 3.15, then select the right boundary, return to Picture 3.10;
Step 3: Complete setup, the position of left and right boundary are now set. right button click to exit.
Picture 3.15 Boundary Scan Setup
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2). Boundary Scan Calls
In Picture 3.10, click the Page Shift button to enter the PTZ control menu as
shown in Picture 3.12.
Please input the number of the scan in the value blank , then click the AutoScan
button, the PTZ will begin to work on the scan line . Click the stop button to stop.
5: Rotating the Horizontal
Click the Horizontally Rotating button and the PTZ will begin to rotate horizontally
(relative to the original position of the camera). Click the Stop button to stop.
6: Rotate
Click on the horizontal rotating button and the PTZ will turn around.
7: Reset
The PTZ will restart and clear all the data back to 0.
8: Page Shift
In Picture 3.12, click the Page-Switch button to go to Picture 3.16 (setting the auxiliary function). Set the auxiliary number corresponding to auxiliary switch on
the decoder.
Picture 3.16 Auxiliary Function Control
(Intuitive Auxiliary Operation) choose auxiliary equipment, select Open or Close
button as the switch control.
(Auxiliary Number) The operation of the corresponding auxiliary switch according
to the PTZ agreement.
(Page Shift) In Picture 3.16 click Page Switch button to enter Picture 3.17 PTZ
Main Menu, the menu itself can be control by the menu control buttons
3.5.6 Color setting
Set the selective image parameters (the current channel for the single window
display and cursor placed for the multi-window display). You can use the desktop
shortcut menu to enter the interface. The image parameters include: tonality,
brightness, contrast, saturation. You can set different parameters at different time
sections.
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Picture 3.18 Color Setting
3.5.7 Output Adjust
Adjust TV output area parameters. You can use the desktop shortcut menu or
enter [main menu]> [management tools]> [Output adjust].
Picture 3.19 Output Adjust
3.5.8 Logout
To logout, shut down the system or reboot the system. You can use the desktop
shortcut menu or enter [main menu].
Picture 3.20 Logout/Reboot the system
(Logout) Quit the menu. Use to switch user.
(Shut down) Quit the system. Turns off the power supply. When you press the
shut down button, there is schedule hint. After three seconds, the system shuts
down. This cannot be cancelled once the shut down button is pressed.
(Reboot) Quit or Reboot the system.
3.5.9 Window switch
Preview in a single window/four windows/eight windows/nine windows/sixteen
windows according to your choice.
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4 Main menu
4.1 Main menu navigation
Main menu
Sub menu
Function
Record
Config
Set the recording configuration, recording type, recording
time section
Playback
Set recording look-up, recording play, video file storage
Backup
Detect or format backup equipment, back the selective files
Motion detection
Set motion detect alarm channel, sensitivity, area,
linkage parameters: defending time section, alarm
output, screen hint, recording, PTZ, patrol
Video blind
Set camera mask alarm channel, sensitivity, linkage
parameters: defending time section, alarm output, screen
hint, recording, PTZ, patrol
Video loss
Set video loss alarm channel, linkage parameters:
defending time section, alarm output, screen hint,
recording, PTZ, patrol
Alarm input
Set the alarm input channel, equipment type, linkage
parameters: defending time section, alarm output, screen
hint, recording, PTZ, patrol
Alarm output
Set alarm mode: configuration, manual, shut down
General
configuration
Set system time, data format, language, hard disk full
time operation, machine number, video format, output
mode, summertime, stay time
Encode
configuration
Set main (assistant) coding parameter: code mode,
resolving ability, frame rate, code stream control, image
quality type, code stream value, frame between value,
video/audio enable
Network
configuration
Set basic network parameters, DHCP and DNS parameters, network high speed download
NetService
PPPOE, NTP, Email, IP purview, DDNS parameter
GUI display
Set channel name, preview hint icon state, transparency,
cover area, time title, channel time fold
PTZ configuration
Set channel, PTZ protocol, address, baud rate, date bit,
stop bit, check
Serial port Configuration
(RS232)
Set serial port function, baud rate, date bit, stop bit,
check
Tour
Set patrol mode and interval time
Hard disk
management
Set appointed hard disk as read-write disc, read-only disc
or redundant disc, clear data, resume date and so on
User management
Modify user, team or password. Add user or team. Delete
user or team.
Online user
Break the connection with the already login user. Lock
the account after break until booting up again.
TV adjust
Adjust TV upside, downside, nearside, starboard distance
Automatic
maintenance
Set automatic reboot system and automatic deleting files.
Restore
Resume setup state: common setup, code setup, recording setup, alarm setup, network setup, network service,
preview playback, serial port setup, user management
Alarm
System
Configuration
Management
tools
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Main menu
Sub menu
Function
System
information
Hard disk information
Display hard disk capability and recording time
Code stream statistics
Display code stream information
Log information
Clear all log information according to the log video and
time
Edition information
Display edition information
Shut down
Logout or reboot
4.2 Record
4.2.1 Record Configuration
To set the recording parameters in the surveillance channel. The system is set
up for 24 hours consecutive recording in the first startup. You can enter [main
menu]> [recording function]> [recording setup] to set.
Note:There must be at least one read-write hard disk.(refer to chapter 4.5.1)
Picture 4.1 Record Config
(Channel) Choose the corresponding channel number to set the channel. Choose
the all option to set every channel to the same.
(Redundancy) Choose the redundancy function option to implement the file
double backup function. Double backup is writing the video files to two hard
disks. When you do the double backup, make sure that there are two hard disks
installed. One is read-write disk and the other is redundant disk. (refer to 4.5.1)
(Length) Set the time length of each video file. 60 minutes is the default value.
(PreRecord) Record 1-30 seconds before the action. (time length is decided by
the code stream)
(Record mode) Set the video state: schedule, manual or stop.
Schedule: Record according to the set video type (common, detection and alarm)
and time section.
Manual: Click the button and the relevant channel will start recording no matter
what else the channel has been set to do.
Stop: Click the stop button and the relevant channel stops recording no matter
what else the channel has been set to do.
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(Period) Set the time section for common recording, The recording will start only
within the set range.
(Record type) Set recording type: regular, detection or alarm.
Regular: Perform regular recording in the set time section. The video file type is “R”.
Detect: Trigger the “motion detect”, “camera mask” or “video loss” signal. When
the above alarm is set as the opening recording, the “detection recording” state
is on. The video file type is “M”.
Alarm: This triggers the external alarm signal in the set time section. When the
above alarm is set as the opening recording, the “detection recording” state is set
to on. The video file type is “A”.
Note: Refer to chapter 4.3 to set corresponding alarm function.
4.2.2 Snapshot Storage
Setup snapshot parameters for different channels.At first time it's set for 24hours
snapshot continuously, pls go to Main Menu->Record->Snapshot Storage for
appropriate settings.
Note:If normal snapshot storage,pls setup Snap at Main Menu->Advanced>Snapshot(pls refer to chapter 4.5.1 HDD Manage)
Picture 4.2
(Channel) Select the related channel to set,click "all" to set all channels.
(Presnap) Setup presnap picture quantity before recording,default is 5 pieces.
(Record) Set record status,"Schedule","Manual" and "Stop"
Schedule:Realise snapshot according to record type(regular,detect and alarm)
and period.
Manual:No matter what the present channel is in a state,once choose "manual"
button,it will have snapshot at related channels.
Stop:No matter what the present channel is in a state,once choose "stop" button,it
will stop snapshot at related channels.
(Period) Set normal record period,it only startup Snapshot Storage at set period.
(Type) Three types:regular,detect and alarm
(Record type) Three types:regular,detect and alarm
Regular: snapshot at set period
Detect:snapshot at set period when motion detect,video blind and video loss
which are preset for snapshot enable.
Alarm:snapshot at set period when alarm in which is preset for snapshot enable.
Note:for related alarm function,pls refer to chapter 4.3.
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4.2.3 Playback
Refer to chapter 3.5.2.
4.2.4 Backup
You can backup the video files to external storage through setup.
Note: The storage must be installed before the file backup. If the backup is
terminated, the files already backed up can be played back individually.
Picture 4.3 Backup
(Detect) Detects the storage connected with the DVR such as hard disk or
universal disk.
(Erase) Choose the file to delete and click erasure to delete the file.
(Stop) Stop the backup.
(Backup) Click backup button and the dialog box pops up. You can choose the
backup file according to type, channel and time recorded.
Picture 4.4 File Backup
Remove: Clear the file information.
Add: Show the file information to satisfy the set file attributes.
Start/pause: Click the play button to start the backup and click the pause button
to stop the backup.
Cancel: During backup you can exit the page layout to carry out other functions.
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4.3 Alarm Function
Alarm functions include: motion detect, video blind, video loss, alarm input and
alarm output.
4.3.1 Motion Detect
When the system detects a motion signal that reaches the set level of sensitivity,
the motion detect alarm is switched on and the linkage function is turned on.
Picture 4.4 Motion Detect
(Channel) Choose the set motion detect channel.
(Enable)  means that the motion detect function is on.
(Sensitivity) Choose in the six options according to the sensitivity.
(Region) Click setup and enter the set area. The area is divided into PAL 8x8.
Green block means the current cursor area. Yellow block means the dynamic
detect defensive area. Black block means the unfenced area. You can set the area
as followed, Drag the mouse and draw the area.
Picture 4.5 Region
(Period) Trigger the motion detect signal in the set time section. You can set
according to week or set uniformly. Each day is divided into four time sections.
 means the setup is valid.
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Picture 4.6 set the time section
(Interval) Only one alarm signal is turned on even if there are several motion
detection signals in the set interval.
(Alarm output) Starts the external equipment of the linked alarm when the motion
detect alarm is turned on.
(Delay) Delay a few moments and stop when the alarm state is turned off. The
range is 10~300 seconds.
(Record channel) Choose the recording channel (multiple options are supported).
Trigger the video signal when the alarm is turned on.
Note: Set in the [recording setup] and perform the linked recording. Start detecting
video files in the corresponding time section.
(Tour)  means that the selected channel is a single window alternate patrol
preview. The interval is set in the [MainMenu]>[System] > [Tour].
(Snapshot) Choose record channels, when the alarm activates, the system
triggers the related channels for a snapshot signal.
Note: For snapshot activation, please go to set period, detect and alarm enable at
MainMenu->Record->Record config,
(PTZ Activation) Set the PTZ activation when the alarm is turned on.
Note: PTZ activation is set in the [shortcut menu] >[ PTZ control]. Set the patrol
between spots, trail patrol and so on.
Picture 4.8 PTZ Activation
(Delay) When alarm is over, recording will last a few seconds(10~300sec),then
stop.
(Show message) Pops the alarm information dialog box into the local host
computer screen.
(Send EMAIL) means sending an email to the user when the alarm is turned on.
Note: Set in the [NetService] and send email.
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4.3.2 Video Blind
When the video image is influenced by environmental factors such as excessive
brightness or reaching the set sensitivy parameter, the camera mask function and
the linkage function are turned on.
Picture 4.9 Video Blind
Set method: refer to chapter 4.3.1. Motion detect
Note: "Advanced" button is the same as right-click.
4.3.3 Video Loss
When the equipment can not obtain the channel video signal, the video loss
alarm is turned on and the linkage function is turned on.
Picture 4.10 Video loss
Set method: refer to chapter 4.3.1. Motion detect
Note: "Advanced" button is the same as rightclick.
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4.3.4 Alarm input
When the system gets an external alarm signal, the alarm function is turned on.
Picture 4.11 Alarm input
Set method: refer to chapter 4.3.1. Motion detect
Note:"Advanced" button is the same as rightclick.
4.3.5 Alarm output
Refer to chapter 3.5.4.
4.3.4 Abnormal
Analysing and inspecting current software and hardware of the device: When
some abnormal events happen, the device will make a relative answer such as
show message and buzzer.
Picture 4.12 Abnormal
(Event Type) Selecting the abnormity you want to inspect
(Enable) Select it to make sure the abnormal function works
(Show message) Automatically an alarm cue dialog box comes up on the main
screen
(Buzzer) The device will have a “di di” noise when the alarm is sounding
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4.4 System setup
Set the system parameters such as General, Encode, NetWork, NetService,
GUI Display, PTZ Config, RS232 and Tour Setup.
4.4.1 General
Picture 4.13 General setup
(System time) Set the system data and time.
(Date format) Choose the data format: YMD, MDY, DMY.
(Date Separator) Choose list separator of the data format.
(Time Format) Choose time format: 24-hour or 12-hour.
(Language) Arabic, Czech, English, Finnish, Greek, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese,
Portuguese, Russian, Thai, T-Chinese, S-Chinese, Turkish, Brazilian, Bulgarian,
Farsi, French, German, Hebrew, Hungarian, Polish, Romanian, Spanish, Swedish,
Vietnamese
(HDD full) Choose stop record: Stop recording when the hard disk is full Choose
overwrite: Cover the earliest recording files and continue recording when the
hard disk is full.
(DVR No.) Only when the address button in the remote controller and the
corresponding DVR number is matched, the remote operation is valid.
(Video Standard) PAL or NTSC.
(Auto Logout) Set the latency time in 0-60. 0 means no latency time.
(DST) Choose the summer time option and pop the dialog box as followed.
Picture 4.14 DST (week)
Picture 4.15 DST (date)
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4.4.2 Encode setup
Set the video/audio code parameters: video file, remote monitoring and so on.
Set every independent channel’s coding parameter in the left part, and set the
combine encode parameter in the right part.
Note: Combine encode introduces video compression technique which combines
and compresses multi-channel’s video to a special channel. Applying for multichannel playback simultaneously, Dial-up multi-channel real-time monitor,
mobile monitor and so on.
Picture 4.16 Encode setup
(Channel) Choose the channel number.
(Compression) Standard H.264 main profile.
(Resolution) Resolution type:D1/ HD1/CIF / QCIF.
(Frame Rate) P:1 frame/s~25 frame/s; N: 1 frame/s~30 frame/s
(Bit Rate Type) You can choose limited code stream or variable code stream.
When you choose the variable code stream there are six image quality options.
(Bit Rate) Set the code stream value to modify the image quality. The larger code
stream value the better image quality.
D1(1000~1500kbps) ,CIF(384~1500kbps) , QCIF(64~512kbps)
(Video/Audio) When the icons are all displayed in reverse, the video file is video
and audio multiplex stream.
Combine Enable
(Combine Enable) When the icons are all in reverse displayed, opening
combination coding functions.
(Mode) multi-channel playback is used in all channels to playback simultaneously,
and the narrowband transmission is used in multi-channel real-time remote
monitoring simultaneously at narrowband state, especially used with a mobile
screen.
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4.4.3 Network setup
Picture4.17 Network
(Net Card) You can choose cable network card or wireless network card.
(DHCP Enable) Obtain IP address automatically (not suggested)
Note: DHCP server is preinstalled.
(IP address) Set the IP address. Default: 192.168.1.10.
(Subnet mask) Set the subnet mask code. Default: 255.255.255.0.
(Gateway) Set the default gateway. Default: 192.168.1.1.
(DNS setup) Domain Name Server. It translates the domain name into IP address.
The IP address is offered by network provider. The address must be set and
reboot then it works.
(TCP port) Default: 34567.
(HTTP port) Default: 80.
(HS Download)
(Transfer Policy) There are three strategies: self-adaption, image quality
precedence and fluency precedence. The code stream will adjust according to the
setup. Self-adaption is the tradeoff between the image quality precedence and
fluency precedence. Fluency precedence and self-adaption are valid only when
the assistant code stream is turned on. Otherwise the image quality precedence
is valid.
4.4.4 NetService
Choose the network service option and click the set button to configure the
advanced network functions or double click the service button to configure the
parameters.
Picture 4.18 NetService
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(PPPoE setup)
Picture 4.19 PPPOE
Input the user name and password that the ISP (Internet service provider)
provides. After saving it reboot your system. Then the DVR will build a network
connection based on PPPoE. The IP address will change into a dynamic IP
address after the above operation is done.
Operation: After PPPoE dialing is successfully look up the IP address in the [IP
address] and obtain the current IP address. Then use this IP address to visit the
DVR through user port.
(NTP setup)
Picture 4.20 NTP
The NTP server must be installed in the PC.
Host computer IP: Input the IP address installed NTP server.
Port:Default: 123. You can set the port according to NTP server.
Time zone: London GMT+0, Berlin GMT +1, Cairo GMT +2, Moscow GMT +3,
New Delhi GMT +5, Bangkok GMT +7, Hongkong Beijing GMT +8, Tokyo GMT
+9, Sydney GMT +10, Hawaii GMT-10, Alaska GMT-9, Pacific time GMT-8,
American mountain time GMT-7, American mid time GMT-6, American eastern
time GMT-5, Atlantic time GMT-4, Brazil GMT-3, Atlantic mid time GMT-2.
Update Period:The same with the NTP server check interval. Default: 10minutes.
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(EMAIL setup)
If the alarm is turned on or the alarm linkage photos are taken, the system can
send an email of the alarm information and the photos to an appointed address.
Picture 4.21 EMAIL
SMTP server: Email server address. This could be an IP address or a domain
name. A domain name can only be used if it has the correct DNS configuration.
Port: Email server port number.
SSL: Decide whether to use Secure Socket Layer protocol to login.
User Name: Apply the email server user name.
Password: Input the user password.
Sender: Set the senders email address.
Receiver: Send the email to the appointed receiver(s) when the alarm is turned
on. You can set up to three receivers.
Title: You can set this as you wish.
(IP Filter setup)
When choosing from the white list, only those IP addresses listed can connect to
the DVR. Up to 64 IP addresses are supported in this white list.
When choosing from the black list, only these listed IP addresses cannot connect
to the DVR. Up to 64 IP addresses are supported in this black list.
You can delete the set IP address by √ in the options.
Note: When the same IP address is in the white and black list at the same time,
the black list takes precedence.
Picture 4.22 IP IP FILTER
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(DDNS) (dynamic domain name server).
Local domain name: Insert the domain name registered by the DDNS.
User name: Insert the user name.
Password: Insert the password.
When the DDNS is successfully configured and started, you can connect the
domain name in the IE address column to visit.
Note: The DNS setup must be configured correctly in the network setup.
Picture 4.23 DDNS setup
(FTP setup) FTP is available only when an alarm happens, or an alarm activates a
record and takes a snapshot, it will then upload the related records and snapshot
pictures to the FTP server.
Picture 4.24 FTP setup
(Enable) Click Enable, to activate all settings
(Server IP) The IP address for the FTP server
(Port) Domain Port of FTP, the default is 21
(User Name) User name of the FTP
(Password) Password of user
(Max File Length) Max length for upload files at every packed, default 128M
(DirName) Directory of uploading files
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(ARSP)
Startup DDNS server to add devices and manage it in the DDNS server
Type: choose "DNS"
Enable:  means it is chosen
Sever IP: IP address of DDNS server
Port: (Wireless Config) ADSL through 3G net card,use CMS to visit and config the
device
Picture 4.25 Wireless Config
(Enable) Choose Enable to make all settings available
(Type) Dial type,default AUTO
(Wireless AP) 3G access point
(Dial Number) 3G Dial Number
(User Name) User name of 3G
(Password) Password of dial user
(IP Address) IP address,got from dial
(Mobile Monitor Setup)
To visit the device by mobile,pls make a router mapping of this port and use
CMS to monitor and operate it by protocol.
Picture 4.26 Mobile Monitor Setup
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(Enable) Select this to make sure the abnormal function is working
(Port) This is the port to enable mobile monitoring. You will need to make a router
map of it if you want to view everything by mobile
(UPNP) UPNP protocol can set auto port forwarding on the router, make sure
UPNP is running on the router before useing it.
Picture 4.27
(Enable) Choose Enable to make sure all UPNP settings available
(HTTP) Route will automatically distribute HTTP port for the device,when IE
viewing,it need this port(eg. 60.12.9.26:66)
(TCP) Router will automatically distribute TCP port for the device,when monitoring
via CMS,it need this port.
(MobilePort) Router will automatically distribute Mobile Port for the device,when
mobile monitor,it need this port.
(WIFI) Through wireless network to connect with the DVR.
(Search) search SSID of wireless LAN
(Enable) Select it to enable the function
(SSID) SSID name
(Password) password of WIFI
(IP Address) IP address of WIFI
(Subnet Mask) Subnet mask of WIFI
(Gateway) Gateway of WIFI
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4.4.5 GUI Display
Configure the video output parameters including the front output mode and code
output mode.
Front output: In the local preview mode and includes: channel title, time display,
record status, alarm status, bitrate info, transparency and region cover.
Code output:In the network surveillance and video file mode include: channel
title, time display, record status, alarm status, bitrate info, transparency and
region cover.
Picture 4.28 GUI Display
(Channel Title) Click the channel name modify button and enter the channel
name menu. Modify the channel name as required.
(Time Display) means the selected state. This displays the system data and time
in the surveillance window.
(Channel Title) means the selected state. This displays the system channel
number in the surveillance window.
(Record Status) means the selected state. This displays the system recording
status in the surveillance window.
(Alarm Status) means the selected state. This displays the system alarm status
in the surveillance window.
(Bitrate info) means the selected state. The ninth window displays the code
stream information in the nine-window preview status.
(Transparency) Choose the background image level of transparency. The range
is 128~255.
(Resolution) set the display resolution.
(Channel) Choose the set code for the output channel number.
(Region Cover) means the selected state. Click the cover area button and enter
the corresponding channel window. You can cover arbitarily using the mouse.
(the black region is for output)
(Time display)
(Channel Title)
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4.4.6 PTZ setup
Picture 4.29 PTZ setup
(Channel) Choose the dome camera input channel.
(Protocol) Choose the corresponding dome protocol. (PELCOD as an example)
(Address) Set as the corresponding dome address. Default: 1.
(Note: The address must be consistent with the dome address.)
(Baud rate) Choose the corresponding dome baud rate length. You can control
the PTZ and vidicon. Default: 115200.
(Data bits) Include 5-8 options. Default: 8.
(Stop bits) Include 2 options. Default: 1.
(Parity) Include odd check, even check, sign check, blank check. Default: void.
4.4.7 RS232 setup
Picture 4.30 RS232 setup
(Serial Port Function) Common serial port is used to debug and update program
or set up specific serial port.
(Baud rate) Choose the corresponding baud rate length.
(Data bits) Include 5-8 options.
(Stop bits) Include 2 options.
(Parity) Include odd, even, mark, space.
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4.4.8 Tour setup
Set the patrol display.  means that the tour mode is turned on. You can choose
the single window, four windows, nine windows, sixteen windows patrol display
or single display.
Picture 4.31 tour setup
(Interval) Set the patrol switch interval. The set range is 5-120 seconds.
Note: / means turn off/on the patrol.
4.5 Advanced
4.5.1 HDD Manage
Configure and manage the hard disk. The menu displays current hard disk
information: hard disk number, input port, type, status and overall capability. The
operation include: setup the write-read disk, read-only disk, redundant disk, hard
disk format, resume default. Choose the hard disk and click the right function
button to execute.
Note: Read/Write Disk:The equipment can write or read data.
Read-only Disk:The equipment can read data but can not write data.
Redundant Disk:Double backup the video files in the write-read disk.
Picture 4.32 HDD Manage
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4.5.2 Account
Manage the user purview.
Note: 1.
2.
3.
The maximum character length is 8 bytes for the following user and user team name. A blank ahead of or behind a character string is
invalid. A middle blank in the character string is valid. Legal characters include: letters, numbers, underline, subtraction sign, dot.
There is no limit to the number of users or user groups. You can add or delete a user group according to the user definition. The factory setup includes: user\admin. You can set the team as you wish. The user can appoint the purview in the group.
User management includes: group/ user. The group and user name can not be the same. Each user only belongs to one group.
Picture 4.33 Account
(Modify User) Modify the existed user attribute.
(Modify Group) Modify the existed team attribute.
(Modify Password) Modify a user password. You can set 1-6 bit passwords. A
blank at the beginning or end of the attribute is invalid. A blank in the middle of
the attribute is valid.
Note:The user who possesses the user control authority can modify his/her own
or other users passwords.
Picture 4.34 Modify Password
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(Add user) To add a user to the team and set the user authority. Enter the menu
interface and input the user name and password. Choose the team and choose
whether cover using is to be activated. Cover using means that the account can be
used by multiple users at the same time.
Once you choose the team, the user authority is in the subclass of that team.
We recommend that the common user’s authority is lower than the advanced user.
Picture 4.35 add user
(Add Group) To add a new user team and set their authority. There are 36
different authorities: shut down the equipment, real time surveillance, playback,
recording setup, video file backup and so on.
Picture 4.36 Add Group
(Delete User) Delete the current user. Choose the user and click delete user
button.
(Delete Group) Delete the current group. Choose the group and click delete group
button.
Picture 4.37 Delete Group
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4.5.3 Online User
Look up the network user information in the local DVR. You can choose the
network user and cut the connection. Then the user is locked until next bootstrap.
Picture 4.38 Online User
4.5.4 TV adjust
Refer to chapter 3.5.7.
4.5.5 Auto Maintain
The user can set the auto reboot time and auto file deleting time limit.
Picture 4.39 Auto maintain
4.5.6 Restore
The system is restored to the default setup. You can choose the items according
to the menu.
Picture 4.40 Restore
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4.5.7 Upgrade
Picture 4.41 Upgrade
(Upgrade) choose USB interface.
(Upgrade file) choose the file which needs upgraded.
4.5.8 Device Info
Provide device interface info like audio in,alarm in/out to be conveniently used
for user.
Picture 4.42 Device Info.
4.6 Info
4.6.1 HDD info
Display the hard disk state: hard disk type, overall capability, residual capability,
the recording time and so on.
Picture 4.43 HDD Info
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Clue:  means that the hard disk is normal.
X means that the hard disk is not working.
- means that there is no hard disk.
If the user needs to change the damaged hard disk then you must shut down the
DVR and remove all the damaged hard disks before installing a new one.
* behind serial number means the current working disk such as 1*. If the
corresponding disk is damaged, the information will show as “?”.
4.6.2 BPS
Displays the code stream (Kb/S) and hard disk capability (MB/H) in real time. It
displays as a wave sketch map.
Picture 4.44 BPS
4.6.3 LOG
Look up the system log according to the set mode.
Log information includes: the system operation, the configuration operation,
data management, alarm affairs, recording operations, user management, file
management and so on. Set the time section to look up and then click the look
up button. The log information will display as a list. (one page is 128 items) Press
Page up or Page down button to look up and press delete button to clear all the
log information.
Picture 4.45 LOG
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4.6.4 Version
Display the basic information such as hardware information, software edition,
issue data and so on.
Picture 4.46 Version
4.7 Shut down system
Refer to chapter 3.5.8.
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5 FAQ and maintenance
5.1 FAQ
If your problems is not listed, please contact your local installer for service.
1). The DVR can not boot up normally.
Possible reasons are as followed:
1 The power supply is not correct.
2 Switch power supply line is not in good connection.
3 Switch power supply is damaged.
4 The program updating is wrong.
5 The hard disk is damaged or the hard disk lines are broken.
6 The front panel is damaged.
7 The main board of the DVR is damaged.
2). The DVR reboots automatically or stops working after boot up a few minutes.
Possible reasons are as followed:
1 The input voltage is not stable or too low.
2 The hard disk is damaged or the hard disk lines are broken.
3 The power of the switch power supply is low.
4 Frontal video signal is not stable.
5 Bad heat radiator or too much dust or bad running circumstance for the DVR.
6 The hardware of the DVR is damaged.
3). System can not detect hard disk.
Possible reasons are as followed:
1 The hard disk power supply line is not connected.
2 The cables of the hard disk are damaged.
3 The hard disk is damaged.
4 The SATA port of main board is damaged.
4). There are no video outputs in single channel, multiple channels and all channels.
Possible reasons are as followed:
1 The program is not matched. Please update the program.
2 The image brightness is all 0. Please restore the default setup.
3 There is no video input signal or the signal is too weak.
4 The channel protection or the screen protection is set.
5 The hardware of the DVR is damaged.
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5). Real-time image problems such as the image color or the brightness distortion.
Possible reasons are as followed:
1 When using the BNC output, the option between the N mode or PAL mode is wrong and the image becomes black and white.
2 The DVR is not matched the monitor impedance.
3 The video transmission distance is too far or the loss of the video trans
mission line is too large.
4 The color and brightness setting of the DVR is wrong.
6). I can not find the video files in local playback mode.
Possible reasons are as followed:
1 The data line of the hard disk is damaged.
2 The hard disk is damaged.
3 Update the different program with the origin program files.
4 The video files to look up are covered.
5 The recording is not on.
7).
1
2
3
4
5
The local video is not clear.
Possible reasons are as followed:
The image quality is too bad.
The reading program is wrong. Reboot up the DVR.
The data line of the hard disk is damaged.
The hard disk is damaged.
The hardware of the DVR is damaged.
8). There is no audio signal in the surveillance window.
Possible reasons are as followed:
1 It is not an active tone arm.
2 It is not an active sound box.
3 The audio lines are damaged.
4 The hardware of the DVR is damaged.
9). There is audio signal in the surveillance window but no audio signal in the playback state.
Possible reasons are as followed:
1 Setting issues: the audio option is not chosen.
2 The according channel is not connected with the video.
10).
The time is wrong.
Possible reasons are as followed:
1 Setting is wrong..
2 The battery is in bad connection or the voltage is too low.
3 The oscillation is damaged.
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11).
The DVR can not control the PTZ.
Possible reasons are as followed:
1 There is something wrong with the frontal PTZ.
2 The setting, connection or the installation of the PTZ decoder is not correct.
3 The connections are not correct.
4 The PTZ setting of the DVR is not correct.
5 The protocols of the PTZ decoder and the DVR are not matched.
6 The address of the PTZ decoder and the DVR are not matched.
7 When multiple decoders are connected, the far port of the PTZ decoder line A(B) must connect a 120 Ω resistance to reduce the reflection
otherwise the PTZ control is not stable.
8 The distance is too far.
12).
The motion detect is not working.
Possible reasons are as followed:
1 The time range set is not correct.
2 The motion detect area set is not correct.
3 The sensitivity is too low.
4 Limited by some hardware edition.
13).
I can not login via web or CMS.
Possible reasons are as followed:
1 The system is windows 98 or win me. We recommend updating to win
dows 2000sp4 or higher Version or installing the software for low edition.
2 ActiveX is hold back.
3 The version is not exceeded dx8.1. Update the display card driver.
4 Network connection failure.
5 Network setting issues.
6 Invalid password or user name.
7 The CMS is not matched the DVR program version.
14).
The image is not clear or there is no image in network preview state or video file playback state.
Possible reasons are as followed:
1 Network is not stable.
2 The user machine is resource limited.
3 Choose the play-in-team mode in the network setup of DVR.
4 The region shelter or channel protection is set.
5 The user has no surveillance purview.
6 The real-time image of the hard disk recording machine itself is not clear.
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15).
Network connection is not stable.
Possible reasons are as followed:
1 Network is not stable.
2 IP address is conflicted.
3 MAC address is conflicted.
4 The net card of the DVR is bad.
16).
There is something wrong with the USB backup or writing a CD.
Possible reasons are as followed:
1 The rewritable machine and the hard disk are shared the same data lines.
2 The data is too much. Please stop recording and backup.
3 The data exceeds the backup storage.
4 The backup equipment is not compatible.
5 The backup equipment is damaged.
17).
1
2
3
4
The keyboard can not control the DVR.
Possible reasons are as followed:
The serial port of the DVR is not set correctly.
The address is not correct.
When multiple transformers are connected, the power supply is not large enough. Please give each transformer individual power supply.
The distance is too far.
18).
Alarm can not be recessional.
Possible reasons are as followed:
1 The setting of the alarm is not correct.
2 The alarm output is turned on manually.
3 The input machine is damaged or the connections are not correct.
4 There are some problems for specific program edition, Please update the program.
19).
Alarm is not working.
Possible reasons are as followed:
1 The setting of the alarm is not correct.
2 The connection of the alarm is not correct.
3 The alarm input signal is not correct.
4 A alarm is connected with two loops synchronously.
20).
The remote controller is not working.
Possible reasons are as followed:
1 The remote control address is not correct.
2 The remote control distance is too far or the angle is too large.
3 The battery is used up.
4 The remote controller or the front panel of the recording machine is damaged.
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21).
The storage time is not enough.
Possible reasons are as followed:
1 Front vidicon quality is bad. The lens is too dirty. The vidicon is in back
lighting installation.
2 The hard disk capability is not enough.
3 The hard disk is damaged.
22).
1
2
3
4
23).
The downloading files can not play.
Possible reasons are as followed:
There is no media player.
There is no DX8.1 software or higher edition.
There is no DivX503Bundle.exe file to play AVI video files.
The DivX503Bundle.exe and ffdshow-2004 1012 .exe files must be installed in the windows xp system.
I can not remember the advanced code or network code in the local menu operation.
Please contact the local service or call the HQ service. We will offer the service according the machine type and the program edition.
5.2 Maintenance
1 Please brush the printed circuit boards, connectors, fans, machine box and associated parts regularly.
2 Please keep the earth well conected to prevent the video or audio signal from interfering with the DVR and from static or inductive electricity.
3 Do not pull out the video signal line or RS-232 port or RS-485 port with the power on.
4 Do not use a TV in the local video output port(VOUT) of the DVR. It will easily damage the video output circuit.
5 Do not turn off the power directly. Please use the turn-off function in the menu or press the turn-off button in the panel (3 seconds or longer) to protect the hard disk.
6 Please keep the DVR away from any heat resource.
7 Please keep the DVR well ventilated for better heat radiation.
8 Please check the system and maintain regularly.
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Appendix 1.Remote controller operation
(6)(1) (5)
(8)(7)
(4)
(3)
Serial Number
Name
Function
(2)
1
Multi-window button
Same function as Multi-window button in the front panel
2
Numeric button
Code input/number input/channel switch
3
(Esc)
Same function as (Esc) button in the front panel
4
Direction button
Same function as direction button in the front panel
5
Record control
Control the record
6
Record mode
Same function as “Record mode”
7
ADD
Input the number of DVR to control it
8
FN
Assistant function
Appendix 2.Mouse operation
*Take right hand as an example
The mouse in USB connection is supported.
Operation
Function
Double left click
Double click one item in the file list to playback the video
Double click the playback video to zoom in or out the screen
Double click the channel to make it full screen display
double click again to resume the multi-window display
Left click
Choose the according function in the menu
Right click
Pop desktop shortcut menu in preview state
Current shortcut menu in the menu
Press middle
button
Add or subtract number in the number setting
Switch the items in the combo box
Page up or down in the list
Move mouse
Choose the widget or move the item in the widget
Drag mouse
Set the motion detect area
Set the cover area
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Appendix 3.Technique parameters
Type
System
Interface
8ch
Operation system
Embedded LINUX operation system
System resource
synchronous multi-channel recording, synchronous multichannel sub-code stream, synchronous multi-channel
playback, synchronous network operation
Operation interface
16 bit true color graphical menu interface, mouse operation
supportive
1/4image display
1/4/8/9 image
display
Video standard
PAL 625line,50 f/s;NTSC 525 line,60 f/s
PAL, D1(704x576);NTSC, D1(704x480)
Playback image
quality
PAL,D1(704×576);NTSC, D1(704*480)
Video compression
H.264 mp
Video control
Motion detect
Record
And
Playback
Storage
And
backup
1/4/8/9/16 image
display
Surveillance image
quality
Recording speed
Audio
16ch
High performance embedded microprocessor
display
Video
4ch
Main processor
6 options
100/120fps (D1)
200/240fps(CIF),
50/60fps D1
400/480fps CIF,
100/120fps D1
64(8×8) detection areas, multiple sensitivity
Audio compression
G711A
Bidrectional Talk
Support
Recording mode
manual >alarm>motion detect>timing
Playback
Any channels playback, multiple channels playback
Search mode
Time searching, calendar searching, affair searching, channel
searching, information searching
Space Occupation
Audio28.8MB/H/1ch Video: CIF: 4-5G/24hours/1ch
Video:D1:16-20G/24hours/1ch
Recording storage
Hard disk, network
Backup mode
Network, USB flash, USB movable HDD
Port
Video input
4 BNC
8 BNC
16 BNC
Video output
2 BNC, 1 VGA, 1 HDMI(optional)
Audio input
4 RCA
Audio output
1 RCA
Alarm input
8ch
Alarm output
1 channel
Network port
RJ45 10M/100M
RJ45 10M/
100M/1000M
PTZ control port
1 RS485
RS232
1 RS232
USB port
2* USB2.0 ports
Hard disk port
2 SATA port
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Type
Other
4ch
8ch
16ch
Power supply
12V/2A external power supply
Power consumption
<15W (without hard disk)
Working
temperature
0ºC~+55ºC
Working humidity
10%–90%
Air pressure
86kpa–106kpa
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Size
350*290*45MM
Weight
3.5kg (without hard disk)
Installation
Desktop
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