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Samsung GT-B7300 (Extended Usage Guide) User manual
SEC-DVR404
SEC-DVR408
Digital Video Recorder
USER MANUAL
Chapter 1. Features ............................................................................................................................................................. 5
Chapter 2. Panel .................................................................................................................................................................. 6
2.1. Front Panel ............................................................................................................................................................... 6
2.1.1. 4-CH Front Panel SEC-DVR404 ............................................................................................................................ 6
2.1.2. 8-CH Front Panel SEC-DVR408 ............................................................................................................................ 7
2.2. Rear Panel................................................................................................................................................................. 8
2.3. Remote Control......................................................................................................................................................... 9
3.1. Installation(Hard Drive) ............................................................................................................................................10
3.2. Camera and Monitor Connection .............................................................................................................................12
3.3. Power Supply Connection ........................................................................................................................................12
3.4. Connection Diagram: ...............................................................................................................................................12
Chapter 4. OSD Display .......................................................................................................................................................13
4.1. Structure of OSD Display SEC-DVR404 ......................................................................................................................13
4.1.1. Structure of OSD Display SEC-DVR408................................................................................................................14
4.2. The Symbol of Main Screen (Recording Alarm) .........................................................................................................15
4.3. Pop-out menu options .............................................................................................................................................16
4.3.1. Menu Lock ........................................................................................................................................................16
4.3.2. Split Windows (For 8 CH Only)...........................................................................................................................17
4.3.3. PTZ Control .......................................................................................................................................................17
4.3.3.1. Cruise(PTZ).................................................................................................................................................19
4.3.4. PIP Mode ..........................................................................................................................................................19
4.3.5. Search...............................................................................................................................................................20
4.3.6. Record (Manual) ...............................................................................................................................................20
4.3.7. Start Rotate(SEQ/CHANNEL AUTO SWITCHING) .................................................................................................21
4.3.8. GUI output selection .........................................................................................................................................21
4.4. Main Menu Setup (Display) ......................................................................................................................................22
4.5. Main Menu Setup (Record) ......................................................................................................................................23
4.6. Main Menu Setup (Network)....................................................................................................................................26
4.7.1. Main Menu Setup (Search/Log/Export) .............................................................................................................30
4.8. Main Menu Setup (Device Management) .................................................................................................................33
4.8.1. H.D.D & ALARM Setup.......................................................................................................................................33
4.8.2. Email Alarm Notification....................................................................................................................................37
4.9. PTZ & Mobile Setup .................................................................................................................................................42
4.10. Motion Detection Setup.........................................................................................................................................45
4.11. Main Menu Setup ..................................................................................................................................................47
Chapter 5. Network Access(Remote)...................................................................................................................................56
5.1. IE Setup ...................................................................................................................................................................56
5.2. Web Log-in(IE Browser)............................................................................................................................................56
5.3 Control Panel(Live view)............................................................................................................................................57
5.4. Setup(Remote Setting) .............................................................................................................................................59
5.4.1. Structure of Remote Setting ..............................................................................................................................59
5.4.2. Display Setup ....................................................................................................................................................60
5.4.3. Record Schedule:...............................................................................................................................................61
5.4.4. Alarm Setup......................................................................................................................................................63
5.4.5. Network............................................................................................................................................................63
5.4.5.1. Static IP......................................................................................................................................................64
5.4.5.2. DHCP..........................................................................................................................................................64
5.4.5.3. PPPoE.........................................................................................................................................................65
5.4.5.4. DDNS .........................................................................................................................................................65
5.4.5.5. Email Setup................................................................................................................................................66
5.4.6. Device (H.D.D/PTZ/Mobile/Motion)...................................................................................................................67
5.4.7. System setup(Password/DST) ............................................................................................................................69
5.4.7.1. System setup..............................................................................................................................................69
5.4.7.2. Authority(Password management) .............................................................................................................69
5.4.7.3. DST SETUP..................................................................................................................................................70
5.4.7.4. System information ................................................................................................................................... 71
5.5. Local Setting ........................................................................................................................................................... 71
5.6. Playback (IE Browser):..............................................................................................................................................72
5.6.1. Logout ..............................................................................................................................................................74
5.7. Mobile Phones Access..............................................................................................................................................74
5.7.1. Mobile Setup ....................................................................................................................................................74
5.8. Install & Operate (Windows® Mobile Phones) ...........................................................................................................76
5.9. Install & Operate (Symbian® Phones) ........................................................................................................................80
5.10. Install & Operate (iPhone®).....................................................................................................................................84
5.11. Installation & Operation (Blackberry Mobile)..........................................................................................................91
5.11.1. Installation......................................................................................................................................................91
5.11.2. Setup & Operation ..........................................................................................................................................93
5.12. Android Mobile......................................................................................................................................................98
5.13. Forwarding the port of Router for Mobile phone ..................................................................................................103
Chapter 6. Specifications ..................................................................................................................................................106
Appendix A – Time Zone Table......................................................................................................................................107
Appendix B – Play Back Utility.......................................................................................................................................109
Installation (Utility Software/Applications ) ...............................................................................................................109
Playback Player.........................................................................................................................................................112
Play & Review Backup File ........................................................................................................................................113
Appendix C – Sustainable Record Time List....................................................................................................................114
Appendix D – Applying free DDNS from internet ...........................................................................................................114
Appendix E – The Structure Diagram Of OSD Display .....................................................................................................120
Appendix F – FAQ Troubleshooting................................................................................................................................121
Appendix G – Email Server Check List............................................................................................................................122
Appendix H – USB Device Support List...........................................................................................................................122
Appendix I – 3G Mobile Phone Local Service Center......................................................................................................123
Appendix J – Mobile Phone support list ........................................................................................................................123
Appendix K – H.D.D support list ....................................................................................................................................126
Chapter 1. Features
Chapter 2. Panel
2.1. Front Panel
2.1.1. 4-CH Front Panel SEC-DVR404
1
2
3
4
5
7
6
8
Marks
9
10
12
11
13
15
14 16 17
18 19
20
No.
Key/Indicator
Functions
1
CH1
Display Channel 1 into full screen
2
CH2
Display Channel 2 into full screen
3
CH3
Display Channel 3 into full screen
4
CH4
Display Channel 4 into full screen
5
QUAD
For Quad display
6
REC
Start manual recording
7
REW
7
Move leftward / Rewind(it also can be used for switching OSD
control panel)
8
PAUSE
;
Pause / play frame by frame
9
PLAY
4
Enter into playback mode / Play button
10
FWD
8
Move rightward / Play forward
11
STOP
<
Stop Playback / stop manual recording
12
LEFT
3
Enter into main menu or exit menu
13
UP
5
Move Up
14
DOWN
6
Move Down
15
RIGHT
4
Move rightward / Play forward
16
SEL/PTZ
SEL/PTZ
Enter system pop-up (short cut) menu bar/ edit button / enter
PTZ mode
17
MENU/ESC
MENU/ESC
Enter/exit system menu
18
HDD indicator
HDD
H.D.D indicator
19
Power indicator
PWR
power supply indicator
20
IR Receiver
To receive signal from remote controller
2.1.2. 8-CH Front Panel SEC-DVR408
1
2
3
4
5
7
6
8
Marks
9
10
12 13 15
11
18 19
14 16 17
20
No.
Key/Indicator
Functions
1
SEARCH
Enter system pop-up (short cut) menu bar
2
CH-
Switch to previous channel
3
CH+
Switch to next channel
4
ALL CH
Switch to 4/8 pictures display
5
MUTE
Audio mute key
6
REC
Start manual recording
7
REW
7
Move leftward / Rewind(it also can be used for switching OSD
control panel)
8
PAUSE
;
Pause / play frame by frame
9
PLAY
4
Enter into playback mode / Play button
10
FWD
8
Move rightward / Play forward
11
STOP
<
Stop Playback / stop manual recording
12
LEFT
3
Move leftward / Rewind
13
UP
5
Enter into main menu or exit menu
14
Down
6
Move down
15
RIGHT
4
Move rightward / Play forward
16
SEL/PTZ
SEL/PTZ
Enter system pop-up menu bar / edit button / enter PTZ mode
17
MENU/ESC
MENU/ESC
Enter/exit system menu
18
HDD indicator
HDD
Continuous flicker indicates HDD is being accessed
19
Power indicator
PWR
Green light indicates power supply status
20
IR Receiver
To receive signal from remote controller
2.2. Rear Panel
SEC-DVR404
SEC-DVR408
No.
Connector
Video input
Functions
4CH:Connect CH1-4 video input device(BNC)
1.
8CH:Connect CH1-8 video input device(BNC)
2.
Video output
Audio Input
Connect monitor output (BNC)
4CH DVR: 4CH audio input (RCA)
3.
8CH DVR: 4CH audio input (RCA)
Audio Output
4CH DVR: 2CH output(RCA)
8CH DVR: 2CH output(RCA)
5.
Ethernet
Connect LAN, Ethernet (RJ45)
6.
VGA output
Connect to VGA monitor
7.
USB Mouse
Connect USB mouse
8.
USB device
Connect USB device (Flash Drive, Hard Drive and Recorder etc)
9.
RS-485
RS485 interface
10.
Power
Connect power supply - DC12V 3A
4.
2.3. Remote Control
1
1-8
2
9、0
3
ALL
4
Menu
Channel Select 1-8 ; Numeric key
Numeric Key
(The numeric key ”0” can be used for switching
OSD control panel)
Display all Channel
Enter/Exit Main Menu
5
Up Key
6
Down Key
7
Left / Right Key
8
SEL
Select Key/ Edit Key
9
Rewind key
10
Play Key, Enter to recording search menu
11
Forward Key
12
●
Manual Recording
13
Pause / Frame Play
14
Stop manual recording; Stop Playback
15
Audio
Undefined
16
Mute
Undefined
Mouse Operation
You can use a mouse instead of front panel keys or remote control to navigate the operation of your DVR
Left click
Right click
In OSD menu, click left button to select & edit
In live display mode, clicking right key will display pop-up menu bar
In Main menu or sub menu mode, clicking right key will exit current menu.
Double-click Left button
of Mouse
double-click the live image of any channel for full screen display; by double-clicking
again, the display will return to display all cameras
Use mouse to drag a line
On motion mode, this function will select motion area; On [Color Setup] menu
mode, it will adjust color control bar and volume control bar.
Virtual Keyboard (Mouse)
When using the mouse, you can input certain values using the onscreen virtual keyboard. You will need to use the
Virtual Keyboard when entering your User ID and Password. to use the Virtual Keyboard:
1. Click on an option or field, such as the User ID and Password fields.
2. Click 0~9 to key-in the desired digit.
3. Click
to switch between numerals, upper and lowercase letters,
and other characters (only for certain options)
4. Click
to Backspace/Delete.
NOTE: The buttons will turn from orange to white when you select the
button with the mouse cursor.
5. Click
to enter/confirm and close the Virtual Keyboard.
Virtual Keyboard (Remote Control)
*Press “SEL” button to enter the column.
*Press “SEL” button again to call out the virtual keyboard.
Chapter 3. Installation
3.1. Installation(Hard Drive)
DO NOT install or remove hard drive while DVR is running!
Step 1. Loosen the screws in the left and right sides.
Step 2.
Remove the cover by pushing back and lift it up, slightly.
Step 3.
Connect SATA to H.D.D. (data cord and power cable).
Step 4.
Install HDD on the bracket, fixed with screws firmly.
Step 5.
Check if the connectors are properly connected and there is no loosen cables, and then install
cover as well as screws .
3.2. Camera and Monitor Connection
Connect camera cable to video input of DVR, and from video output of DVR to Monitor via BNC
connector or if the camera is a PTZ speed dome, you could connect RS485 connector.
3.3. Power Supply Connection
Please only use the power adapter supplied with the DVR.
3.4. Connection Diagram:
Chapter 4. OSD Display
4.1. Structure of OSD Display SEC-DVR404
4.1.1. Structure of OSD Display SEC-DVR408
4.2. The Symbol of Main Screen (Recording Alarm)
The symbol will display in main screen:
Symbol/icon
Video Loss
Functions
Motion
HDD loss, HDD space full
The video is recording
Video Loss
When DVR is in recording mode, [ ] icon or [ ] icon will appear on the screen. But when there is [ ] icons on the
screen it indicates a motion alarm was triggered. When [ ] icon appears on the screen, that mean a hard drive
alarm has occurred.
4.3. Pop-out menu options
4.3.1. Menu Lock
For your system security, the system has a special function to protect your OSD operation.
Step 1.
Enable Password and key-in password/user name from system.
Step2.
Click” Lock” button, and then the OSD was locked.
4.3.2. Split Windows (For 8 CH Only)
There are 3 modes of split windows:
1. CH 1-4
2. CH 5-8
3. CH 1-8
4.3.3. PTZ Control
All Functions
Pointer
Auto Pan
To select the direction of PTZ.
The middle circle is for auto pan of PTZ.
Zoom in/zoom out
Focus
Iris
Speed
Channel select
EXIT
GOTO PRESET
POINT
SET
For selecting the channels of PTZ camera.
To back to previous page or exit.
Allow you to go to a specific preset point.
Allow you set a set of specific preset points of a PTZ camera.
Also it can Adjust the camera in a fix point.
Note: Up to 255 preset bits for the DVR can be stored. However, actual preset quantity differs depending on PTZ
performance.
CLEAR
SAVE
Total
Allow you to delete the selected preset.
Save the changed and the preset point.
Set up pre-set bit quantity
Pre
It indicates the starting point cruised. System default point is 01.
STP
Sets the stop time at each point
If you would like to use the function of PTZ herein , you have to set the parameter of PTZ first.
For more information of PTZ , please refer to section 4.9.
4.3.3.1. Cruise(PTZ)
This function allows to start cruise of PTZ camera.
4.3.4. PIP Mode
4.3.5. Search
You could enter into [Record Search] menu from Pop-up menu conveniently and quickly and search/playback the record
histories.
For more information of record search , please refer to section 4.7.
4.3.6. Record (Manual)
START MANUAL RECORD
STOP MANUAL RECORD
4.3.7. Start Rotate(SEQ/CHANNEL AUTO SWITCHING)
This function allows you to switch channels, automatically.
4.3.8. GUI output selection
This function allows you to select the GUI output between 2 monitors (VGA or BNC).
4.4. Main Menu Setup (Display)
You can set up whether each channel can be previewed or not under Live display and/or record mode, enable live time
or not under live screen and set up record time or not on the record history.
Also, you can key-in the title for each channel.
You can adjust image brightness, saturation, contrast and hue parameters of each channel after entering into [Color]
menu.
Step 1. Click the video screen or Press “Menu” button on the front panel, the main menu will display.
Click
Press , , ƒ,
keys on front panel to move the cursor, then press “SEL” key to
enter selected item.
Or left click mouse to select and enter menu.
Press “ESC” key or right click mouse, to return to previous window.
4.5. Main Menu Setup (Record)
All Functions
Record setup
Allows you set up record status (Enable/Disable) of each channel.
Quality
Included 3 options – Best, Good and Normal.
Frame rate setup
Included 2 options – Fixed and Manual.
Click on 【Manual】 option and then click [Frame rate setup] button, you are able
to set the frame rate for each channel.
Audio
Allows you turn audio on/off.
Mode
Allow you select record modes, including Always and Scheduled.
To record 24 hours a day set the [Mode] to Always. To record on motion or a set
schedule, select the [Schedule] option.
Pack time
The time for recorded video which was packed in 1 video file.
(15, 30, 45 and 60 min)
Copy
Copy the setting to all channels or one specified channel.
RECORD SCHEDULE SETUP
To select channels.
Use mouse to click the time & date which you would like to set,
there’s 3 types of recording :
Alarm record: Red / Normal Record: green /No record: clear
Copy the setting to all channels or one specified channel.
Click ”Apply” button to save changed.
Frame rate setup
In this option, you can set the recording frame rate, if the frame rate which you set over system
limitation, the system will inform you that your frame rate can’t be accepted.
Copy the setting to all channels or one specified channel.
The information as below:
4.6. Main Menu Setup (Network)
Internet Type
Port for DVR connection
Http port
Description:
Because of DVR can support viewing the video via network remotely, hence you can control the DVR
remotely, including, monitoring, recording, playing back or making backup.
There are 4 types of network setup in DVR:
All Functions
DHCP
The Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) is an auto configuration
protocol used on IP networks.
PPPoE
The Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet (PPPoE) is a network protocol for
encapsulating Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP) frames inside Ethernet frames.
Static IP
It was defined as “permanent IP address” which remains in a single computer
over an extended period of time.
DDNS(Dynamic DNS) Dynamic DNS is a method, protocol, or network service that provides the
capability for a networked device, such as a router or computer system using the
Internet Protocol Suite, to notify a domain name server to change, in real time,
the active DNS configuration of its configured hostnames, addresses or other
information stored in DNS.
4.7. Main Menu Setup (Search/Playback)
*Click “Search” button first.
*Double click the specified date & time
which you need to playback
and then click ”playback” button.
*Click”Detail Files”
*Playback image
*Choose the type of
video and then
check the file
which you would like to
backup.
*Insert U.S.B device
and then
click ”Backup” button.
4.7.1. Main Menu Setup (Search/Log/Export)
*You can export the video information from log (by text).
*Click on ”log”
button to search the
video information.
*Click on “search”
button and specified the
log type in order to
search the video
information.
*Click on
“Export” button
to export video
information.
*Before performing
Export, please insert
U.S.B Device.
All Functions
Channel
Allows you select the channel(s) you would like to search.
Time Search
In the Video Search screen, user can search for a specific date and time for a
recording and view it in Playback mode. This is useful for hunting a specific
recording of an incident if you know the date and time it occurred.
Date Search
In the Video Search screen, user can search for all the recordings in a specific date.
To execute a video search, highlight and select the date numeric field,and then
click a detailed time quantum of the specific date, system will start the playback
from the first recoding of the time quantum.
Playback Mode
You can use the Playback Control bar to operate the Fast Forward (X2, X4 and X8),
Slow play (1/2, 1/4 and 1/8 speed), Play, Pause/Frame, Rewind(X2, X4 and X8). When
ending playback, DVR will return back to previous menu.
File List
Click “File list” button to enter into the “File List” screen, the video recordings for
the time quantum will appear in the screen.
And you also can filter the recordings you want to view by the Channel or recording
mode based on date/time search.
LAST (Last page)
Click on “Last page” button, to go to the Last page.
ALL (Select All)
Allows you to select all the events on the current page.
INVERSE (Select Invert)
Allows you to select other events on the current page except those you have
currently selected.
Backup
In the ”File List” mode, if you wish to backup records, please check the ”Select”
check-boxes which corresponds to the recording and click “Backup” button to
enter into the window.
1. Backup file will be saved as H264 format; you can playback the recorded files using the Player program
that comes with the DVR or through the IE Browser.
2. Please make sure you have connected backup device well, such as USB and DVD, before backup.
First
Click on “First” button, back to first page.
PREV (Previous page)
Click on ”Previous page” button will back to previous page(except the first page).
NEXT (Next page)
Click on “Next page” button will take you to the page after the one you are
currently viewing (except the last page).
Log Search
In the Record Search screen, Click “Log Search” to pop up
the Log search screen.
Click on “Search” button on the bottom of the
interface to search all the logs you need.
Export
User can export all the logs which have been searched to U.S.B device and save it as *.TXT format.
Before exporting the logs, please make sure you have connected the U.S.B device well.
After Log export success, please click “OK” button.
4.8. Main Menu Setup (Device Management)
4.8.1. H.D.D & ALARM Setup
HDD Management
When DVR is connected to a HDD, the system will detect H.D.D automatically, when the new H.D.D
was installed , system will ask for H.D.D formatting.
The functions of” H.D.D Setup”
NO:The number of HDD
TOTAL SPACE:
The capacity of Hard Drive or free space on the Hard Drive.
TIME: Based on current image detail/quality and frame rate, system will display the record time that
you have left on the Hard Drive.
OVERWRITE:
Select “on” the system will automatically overwrite the oldest recordings once the hard drive is full.
select “off”, recording will stop once the hard drive is full.
HDD FORMAT: You use this option to format the hard drive, you can not record files to the hard
drive until it has been formatted. Click
button to start formatting.
USB FORMAT: Use this option to format USB devices.
Note: It is an important first step when configuring your DVR to make sure that the hard drive (HDD)
options are correctly set. So, it is strongly recommended that you do format the HDD before start
the first record
Alarm Setup
The functions of” Alarm Setup”
Channel: the option allows you select one channel you want.
HDD Loss:
When the “Buzzer” is in the “ON” position and the system can’t find the HDD or HDD is not be
formatted, the symbol “ ” will appear on the screen with buzzer sounded.
HDD Space:
When the “Buzzer” is in the “ON” position and the HDD out of storage space, the buzzer will be
activated.
If the Buzzer is set to “OFF” position, the buzzer will not be activated.
Video Loss: When setting [Buzzer] to ON and when a camera has been disconnected. “Video Loss”
symbol will also appear on the screen with buzzer sound. Set to OFF, you will only see the “Video Loss”
appear but no sound.
Alarm Manage:
Alarm Output: you can set how long the external sensor alarm will last when motion is detected (off,
10s, 20s, 40s, 60s);
Buzzer time: you can set how long the buzzer will sound when motion is detected (0s, 10s, 20, 40s, 60s);
Alarm duration time: you can set how long alarm record will last when alarm ends (0s, 30s, 1minute,
2minute,5minute);
Pre-record time: you can set how long record will last before alarm occurs (Off, on).
Full screen Alarm: The function is defaulted in “OFF" position. When the motion detection or external
alarm is triggered, the corresponding channel will be displayed on the full screen mode.
Email:The option allows you set the alarm images to send txt message to a specified email.
You could freely select buzzer alarm or not and alarm output time for all the alarm types, and for the
MD alarm and I/O status alarm you could set email and full screen reminder.
Alarm Type
Video Loss
Motion
Detection
HDD loss
HDD space
Function
Sends alarm when DVR can’t receive video signal (such as camera damage, cable
broken or damaged or power supply malfunction).
When an object moves into motion detection area, alarm will be triggered. You can
adjust sensitivity level to suit the needs of your actual application environment.
When Hard Drive is not detected (HDD damage, power supply malfunction), or HDD
auto-overwrite is off, and free space is not enough, an alarm will be triggered.
When the HDD is full, the alarm will be triggered.
4.8.2. Email Alarm Notification
Because of the type and the ISP service company is variety worldwide, Hence, we only provide 1-2
company for an example, if you have any question of E-mail, please contact your local ISP service. Please
make sure your DVR already connected to internet:
E-mail must enable.
If your E-mail have SSL
encryption, you have to
enable it.
The port for sending
E-mail.
The information of
sender and receiver.
Email
SSL
Enable: Open
Enable:Open
Functions
Disable: Close
Disable: Close
SSL is a security link transport protocol. You can encrypt your communication info (including
your email) using SSL to prevent hackers from monitoring your email or communication info and
even your password. Please confirm with your email service provider if your email server support
SSL or not.
SMTP Port
The Specified sender port of SMTP server(forwarding server/Host)
Generally the SMTP port value is 25 ,but for SMTP port of G-mail server is 465.
*if your E-mail needs to be verified by SSL, the port is going to be 465(default value), and port
25(default value) is the Email without SSL verification.
SMTP server
Sender
Sender PWD
Receiver
Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) is an Internet standard for electronic mail
(e-mail) transmission across Internet Protocol (IP) networks.
The original sender (forwarding server/Host).
Password of original sender
The target receiver of alarm notification (target).
*Press Test button to check if your email operating normal.
Setting Procedures:
Step 1. Right click of the mouse, the main menu will pop-out.
Step 2. Click “Main Menu” option.
Step 3. Click ”Device” icon, alarm icon will pop-out.
Step 4. Click ”Alarm” icon.
Step 5. Check the “EMAIL” block, and then click ”EMAIL SETUP” button.
Step 6. Select ”Enable” for SSL, if your E-mail server needs the SSL verification.
Step 7.
Select ”Disable” for SSL, if your E-mail server doesn’t need the SSL verification。
Key-in the “SMTP Port” for the sender.
*For example: the default value of Gmail SMTP Port is 465, and the others is 25.
If you use Gmail, you can key-in 465.
*In the email setting, we all take the Gmail for example.
Step 8. Key-in the “SMTP Server” of your Email which to be the sending server/host.
Step 9. Key-in the Email address in “Sender” column which to be the sending server/host.
Step 10. Key in the password in ”Sender PWD” column for the server Email.
Step 11. Key-in receiver E-mail in ”Receiver” column.
Step 12. Click ”Apply” button.
After finished setup of Email, you have to enable the function of motion detection.
Step 13. Click “Motion” icon, and make sure motion detection is enabled.
Motion Area
*Before setting Gmail , please setup the motion area. Red: enable, blank: disable
*If you don’t use Gmail, please skip this step.
Step 14.
Login Gmail and go to “Settingsàforwarding and POP/IMAPàEnable IMAP”.
This step is for Gmail only.
Step 15. Now, check your e-mail and see if you receive an e-mail (along with attached Photo) from DVR.
4.9. PTZ & Mobile Setup
PTZ Setup
The functions of” PTZ Setup”
PTZ protocol (Pelco-D or Pelco-P)
Baud Rate (1200, 2400, 4800, 9600),
Data bit (8, 7, 6, 5),
Stop bit (1, 2),
Parity (None, Odd, Even, Mark, Space),
Address Code
Cruise
*PTZ device can be activated only when a channel in connection with the PTZ camera is selected.
Mobile Setup
The functions of” Mobile Setup”
User Name: indicate user name of DVR.
User password: indicate user password of DVR
Server port: Mobile monitoring port. Setting range is between 1024 and 65535.
Explanation: Please connect DVR to Internet before setting DVR port number and the server port number is
not equal to network menus.
The user name and password you enter can not be empty.
You should forward the server port number to router
*for global service center of mobile phone, please refer to appendix J.
*if you have any question of mobile phone, please go to website and contact the local service center .
4.10. Motion Detection Setup
Motion Detection Setup
The [Motion detection] Menu has three sections, including Channel Status, Sensitivity and Motion area.
The functions of” Motion Detection Setup”
Channel : This option allow you enable motion detection on any channel.
SENSITIVITY: This option allows you to set sensitivity level of motion detection from higher to low with 8 being
the most sensitive.
MD AREA: This option allows you select the area you want to be sensitive to motion.
The channel is separated into a 15X10 area. When
any object moves into the motion detection area, the
alarm will be triggered.
4.11. Main Menu Setup
【System/Privacy Zone/Time/Password/Video/Language/Maintain】
The “System” Menu includes:
Time Setup, User Password, Audio/Video Setting, Language select, System Info. , Privacy zone and System
Maintenance.
After entering into the “System” menu, you can configure the relative parameters to meet your needs.
*The OSD switching between VGA and BNC is in the section of Audio/video setting.
*There are 6 types of system settings, as below:
TIME/DATE
NTP UPDATE BUTTON
DST SETUP BUTTON
DST SETUP BY WEEK/DATE
You can modify the system date, time, date/time format, and time zone, DST (day time saving)
status and NTP.
There are 2 types of DST which you can setup.
1. Setup by week
2. Setup by date
Click ”Apply” button to save the settings.
Password
This option allows you set the device ID for the DVR and set the system password and authority.
The new passwords will be available after clicking “APPLY” button.
When you set Password Enabled to “ON”, you can setup a user password and administrator
password respectively. The password must be 6 characters or over.
Buttons
Functions
For enabling or disabling the password.
For administrator to set the permission for other users.
1. Click ”Password” icon to enter the setup page of password (image 1)
2. Select the user which you would like to enable the authority (image 2)
*for administrator, you don’t need to setup permission.
3. Click ”Permission” button to set the authority for user (image 2)
4. Click “Apply” button to confirm the settings (image 2)
5. Click ”Edit” button to enable the password (image 3)
6. Enable password (image 4)
7. key-in password (image 4)
8. Click ”Apply” to enable the password (image 4)
Video/Audio Setup
Video System: allow you set Camera system (PAL, NTSC).
VGA Resolution: include 4 options - 1280×1024、1024×768、800×600 and 1440×900.
Rotate time:allow you select sequence time between from 5s and 300s.
OSD Output: Allow you to select the video output between VGA /BNC/AUTO.
The default main menu options is on VGA output.
If you have trouble of finding the option of main menu, please use the following solutions:
Margin Setup
Click the [Volume] and/or [Margin] options on the right-bottom corner of the Video/Audio screen to adjust the
volume and/or margin respectively.
Privacy Zone
*The total area of privacy zone is 4 areas.
Step 6. Click the area which you need.
Step 1. Right Click ”Main menu” option.
(image 4)
Step 2. Click on”system” icon.
Step 7. Click on ”Setup” to set the area.
(image 1)
(image 4)
Step 3. Click on”Video” icon.
Step 8. Drag the area zones into position
(image 2)
Step 9. Right mouse click and click on apply
Step 4. Click on”Privacy Zone”.
(image 3)
Step 5. Select the channel
(image 4)
Language
Enter into [Language] menu to select the language you want to use on the DVR and then click [APPLY]
button. The selection will be available after system Auto restarts.
System Information
Enter into [System Information] menu to view system info, including Device type, Software (firmware)
version, IE version and MAC address etc.
When connecting multiple DVR to the same local area network environment, you need to change MAC
address for each DVR respectively; otherwise, you may not connect these DVR to network.
Maintain
This option allows you recover the DVR settings to factory default settings, update system software
(firmware), and set system auto-maintenance.
*There are 4 functions:
:
*After enabling ”Auto Maintain” function , the system will perform regular maintenance depend on
your need. Please note the [Auto Maintain] function will be available only when DVR is on the Main
interface and have no user online.
*After completed “Auto Reboot “setup, the system will auto reboot according to the setting.
:
Copy the file named with “dvrupgrade” to USB flash drive; and insert USB flash drive into USB port of
DVR, and then click ”Update” button to update system.
:
Click the [Reboot] button to restart the device manually.
:
The button allows to shut down the system from OSD.
Do NOT Turn off the power and unplug USB Device during update.
if you have any information of DVR upgrading please contact your local dealer or sale person.
Load Default from the function of MAINTAIN
:
After entering into this system , you can select the item which you need to reset to factory default.
Chapter 5. Network Access(Remote)
There are 2 methods to remote access the DVR via network:
Internet Explorer Browser (IE),and Mobile phones.
5.1. IE Setup
5.2. Web Log-in(IE Browser)
4-CH DVR allow you have 5 users on-line simultaneously.。
8-CH DVR allow you have 3 users on-line simultaneously.。
* The default username is “Admin”.
* Default password is empty.
5.3 Control Panel(Live view)
The Control panel
Live video connect/disconnect
(ON/OFF)
Snapshot:
Picture Format: *.bmp
Record:
To record live video remotely
Channel display mode:
1 ch/4 ch/8ch/16ch/full screen
Volume button
Click the [
Click the [
] icon of one channel to display the image of specified channel.
] icon to start manual record.
PTZ Control
Direction Pointer
To move the PTZ to any direction
Zoom
Focus
Iris
Zoom in/zoomout;focus adjunstment and Iris control
Pan & Tilt Pos
Indicates that you can choose the cruise starting point ,as your desire.
SET
To set the preset point.
Clear
To delete the preset point.
To load the last
preset point
GoTo
Key-in the preset point and click it to load the last preset point which you
set.
To Go to the preset point.
Save
To save the changed or the preset point.
Cruise
Allows you to enable/disable the “Cruise” function.
5.4. Setup(Remote Setting)
5.4.1. Structure of Remote Setting
After completed each setup, you have to click”
” to confirm the setting.
5.4.2. Display Setup
You can setup Channel title/the title position/enable or disable live view/live view time display and record time
display.
when you see ”
”button, you can copy the setting to the channel
which you would like to copy.
4 CH
8 CH
5.4.3. Record Schedule:
This function allows you to setup the record schedule from remote site.
Step 1. Select ”Enable” button from “Record” inside the “Record Schedule Setup”.
Step 2. Select “Schedule” from “Record Mode”.
Step 3. Click
button to setup the record mode.
Step 4. Check the record mode which you would like to setup.
There are 3 types of record mode:
*【Red color: Alarm Record】【Green color: Normal record】【transparent/white: No record.】
Step 5. Click
button to save the setting.
5.4.4. Alarm Setup
You enable or disable the buzzer/motion alarm/HDD Loss alarm/Not enough HDD space alarm/Video
Loss alarm/Post recording/Pre-record
5.4.5. Network
There are 4 modes of Network setup
Static IP/
DHCP
PPPoE
DDNS
Email Setup
For setting static IP & DHCP.
For setting PPPoE.
For setting specified DDNS.
To send E-mail for some special event.
For all setting, please refer to the information below.
5.4.5.1. Static IP
Step 1. Click ”STATIC & DHCP” option.
Step 2. Choose Typeà”Static IP & DHCP”, and key in all information, including, IP Address/Media
Port/Web Port/Gateway/ Netmask / DNS Server.
*Normally, the DVR will have the same information with internet.
Step 3. Click
button to save settings.
5.4.5.2. DHCP
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP).
It also provides a central database for keeping track of computers that have been connected to the network.
it can prevent two computers from accidentally being configured with the same IP address.
Step 1. Choose ”DHCP” from type. Key-in the gateway which was provided by your local ISP service.
Step 2. Click ”
” button to confirm the setting.
If you have any question of internet, please contact your local ISP (Internet Service Provider).
5.4.5.3. PPPoE
Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet (PPPoE) is a network protocol for encapsulating Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP)
frames inside Ethernet frames.
By using PPPoE, users can virtually "dial" from one machine to another over an Ethernet network, establish a point to
point connection between them and then securely transport data packets over the connection.
If you have any question of internet, please contact your local ISP (Internet Service Provider).
Step 1. Click ”PPPoE” option.
Step 2. Enable PPPOE.
Step 3. key-in the username and password which was provided by local ISP service.
Step 4. Click
to confirm the saving.
5.4.5.4. DDNS
Dynamic DNS is a method, protocol, or network service that provides the capability for a networked
device.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Click ” DDNS ” option.
Set DDNS to “ Enable”
Choose the server for DDNS
Key-in the information which was provided by ISP service company.
5. Click”
“button to confirm settings.
*For free DDNS , Please refer to ”Appendix D”
5.4.5.5. Email Setup
If you have any question of E-mail Setting, Please refer to section 4.8.2.(E-mail setup).
1. Click ”Email Setup” Option.
2. Email to “Enable”
3. IF your Email with Email Encryption, you have to set ”SSL” to enable”.
4. key-in SMTP server.
5. key-in the Email address of sender.
6. key-in the Email address of receiver.
7. Set the sending interval for Email
8. Key-in the SMTP port.
9. key-in the password of sender.
*The port for Gmail is 465, other SMTP is 25.
5.4.6. Device (H.D.D/PTZ/Mobile/Motion)
In this option, you can view the information of H.D.D. as well as setup PTZ/Mobile/Motion
detection.
H.D.D. information
PTZ Setup
Mobile
Motion:
Please follow the step , below:
Step 1.
Step 2.
Enable Motion detection:
Click “
”button.
Step 3.
The motion detection setup block will pop-out and you can click the area which you don’t
want to setup.
5.4.7. System setup(Password/DST)
There are 4 options:
System Setup
User setup
DST
Information
5.4.7.1. System setup
5.4.7.2. Authority(Password management)
You can set 6 users in this setting, if you would like to set the authority for each user, you have to log
in the account of Admin.
1. Click ”User” Option.
2. Choose the user which you would like to provide authority (6 users).
3. Set Active to ”Enable”.
4. Set password to ”Enable”.
5. key-in username which you would like to set.
6. key-in password which you would like to set.
7. Reconfirm password.
8. Check the item which you allow other user to use.
5.4.7.3. DST SETUP
Step 1.
Click ”DST” option.
Step 2.
Enable “DST”.
Step 3.
Choose the offset time .
Step 4.
Choose “Daylight Saving Time Mode”.
There are 2 types of DST:
1.Choose by week
2.Choose by date
5.4.7.4. System information
5.5. Local Setting
This option allows you set “Record Save Path”, “Snapshot Save Path” and “File Save Path”.
5.6. Playback (IE Browser):
Step 1. Click ”Playback” option.
Step 2. Click the date which you would like to playback.
Step 3. Also, you can click
button to search the video file again, or use file list to choose
which channel you would like to playback, and then click on
*The video file list will be displayed.
button.
Step 4.
Step 5.
Click specified video file which you would like to playback, remotely.
The video will be displayed.
When the video file is playing, the system won’t allow you to download video files.
Close the playing video and then click
button to download video file.
Step 6. When the video file was downloaded, the dialogue box will display.
*And you can check the file path, as below.
*Remote manual recording file will be saved to [Record save path]
*Local recording file will be saved to [File save path]
*Double-click any file listed or highlight any file and click [Play] button to play the selected recording file.
*Click [Download] button to download and save selected recording file to specified saving path.
*You can set [Save Path] option on the [Local Setting] option.
*The “Play control option” is located at the bottom of the display, include [Play], [Pause], [Stop], [Slow
Play], [Fast Play], [Next Frame] and [Volume adjust] option.
5.6.1. Logout
Click [Logout] option to return back Log-in page.
5.7. Mobile Phones Access
The DVR is currently compatible with mobile phones running Windows Mobile, Symbian, iPhone, Blackberry and
Android operating system.
*Due to the model of mobile phone is variety, so we only provide 1 model for your reference, if you have
any question of your mobile phone ,please refer to appendix J.
When your DVR is connecting internet through router, you need to forward the port at the virtual server option of your
router. For more information, please refer to Appendix (mobile) in this section.
5.7.1. Mobile Setup
Before viewing the live image of DVR from mobile phones, you need to set the settings first. Also make
sure that your DVR has connected to Internet.
USER NAME
USER PASSWORD
SERVER PORT
All Functions
The login user name of DVR
The login Password of DVR
Mobile monitoring port. Setting range is between 1024 and 65535. Please
note that the server port of DVR must with the same port of mobile .
You also need to forward this port at the virtual server option of your router.
5.8. Install & Operate (Windows® Mobile Phones)
Step 1. Install the webcam program that is included on the supplied CD by
Step 2. Click the type of mobile which you need from 5 icons.
Step 3. Copying the “Aseesetup.CAB” file into mobile phone.
Step 4. Click “ASeesetup” and choose an installation location ,after the initialization.
Step 5.
Click “Install” button to start the installation processing.
click
icon.
Step 6.
After completed installation, click “ASee” icon to run the program.
Step 7.
Key-in the information of DVR and Check
box.
All Functions
User’s Name
Indicate that the user name which have been set on DVR-[Mobile Set] menu.
Password
Indicate that the password which has been set on DVR-[Mobile set] menu.
Server address
Indicate that public IP address connected to DVR or dynamic domain name used
by DVR
Web port
Indicate the server port which has been set to your DVR.
Channel
Select one channel you want to monitor
Click【ok】to confirm the above setting , and system will return back the previous
menu.
Auto-connect
When tick-selecting [Auto-Connect] option, the mobile phone will be
auto-connected to the DVR.
Because of the model of mobile is variety, so we just provide 1 model for your reference.
For more information please go to website:
http://www.htc.com/us/#/?slide=1
Step 8.
Now, you can check the list of your connecting information.
Step 9. Press
button, to enter the main screen and to view the video.
Picture
Function key
Description
【Items】
【Channel option】
Click
button, to select the channel which
you would like to view.
【Connect/Disconnect】
Click the button to enter into the live image of
the channel you selected
Function buttons in the bottom from Left to right for PTZ
PTZ Direction
Area Selection(ZOOM+、
ZOOM-)
Focus(focus +, focus-)
Iris(I +,I -)
Snapshot
Please make sure that your PTZ setup of DVR is correct (Section 4.8.), then you could control PTZ
camera through your mobile phone.
The captured images will be saved to the defaulted path
(ExploreràProgram FilesàMoveeyeàPhoto file).
5.9. Install & Operate (Symbian® Phones)
Step 1. Install the program that is included on the supplied CD by copying the file to the mobile phone.
“ASee_AL_3rd _0723.sisx”(3RD EDITION) or “See_AL_5th_0723.sisx”(5TH EDITION)
*Click “Mobile” and then choose the software which you need.
You can use the connecting cable which was included by mobile company ,and then connect the
mobile phone to a computer and copying the file from the CD to the phone.
“ASee_AL_3rd_0723.sisx” apply to S60 - The 3rd edition operate system Mobile, and “ASee_AL_5th_0723.sisx”
apply to S60 - The 5th edition operate system Mobile.
Step 2.
Click the program “ASee_AL_3rd _0723.sisx” to start the installation.
Step 3. Choose Mobile card or SD card as an installation location.
Step 4. Click “Continue” button to make sure the application program you installed may visit network or dial phone
when popping-up the dialog box.
Step 5. After successful installation system will prompt you “Installation Complete”.
Step 6. If the program is installed into SD card, please enter into ”Application” menu to find “Mobile Viewer” icon.
Step 7.
Click [Mobile Monitor] icon to run the program, and then you will enter into the interface
(Function buttons in the bottom in turn are:)
Play & Pause
1
CH 1;CH 2
7
2
CH3;CH 4
8
3
PTZ Direction :left, right,
9
Snapshot
4
PTZ Direction: up, down
10
Setup
5
ZOOM+
focus +
I+
11
Next CHs Group
6
ZOOM-
focus-
I-
12
Quit
Full/Normal Screen
The snapshot images will be saved to the defaulted path-“File manager\Images”.
Step 8.
For first time using or Need some change on the Parameters, click the [Setup] button,
you will enter into the window. Click [Play] button to enter into live display.
Ø
Default Access point:Allow you select network type based on your mobile net environment.
Ø
Ø
Server address: herein indicate public IP address connected to DVR or dynamic domain name used by DVR.
Web port: indicate the server port which has been set to your DVR.
Ø
User Name:herein input the user name which has been set on DVR-[Mobile Set] menu.
Ø
Ø
Password: herein input the password which has been set on DVR-[Mobile Set] menu.
Channel: Select the channel from the DVR you want to monitor.
Step 9.
Click[Done] to confirm the above setting , and system will return back the previous menu.
5.10. Install & Operate (iPhone®)
(A) Download iTunes
Step 1.
Visit Apple website http://www.apple.com/itunes/ to download & install the iTunes.
Step 2.
After download the file of iTunes , click ”
Step 3. After finished installation of iTunes, click ”
” icon to install it.
”icon or system will enter the login
page ,automatically.
Step 4.
Follow the setup procedures , and then click ”Finish” button , to enter the iTunes store.
if you already sign in the membership, please proceed to the step 14.
Step 5.
The login page will display.
Click ”STOREàiTunes Store” option.
Step 6. Click on “StoreàCreate Account” to create your own account.
Step 7. Click ”Continue” button to proceed next step.
Step 8. Check the term and conditions, and then click ”Continue” button.
Step 9. Create your personal account and fill out all information which was requested by system.
After fill-out all information .
Click ”Continue” button to proceed next step.
Step 10. Fill in your personal info & click “Continue” button.
The options of Payment Method are different from different regions, please select another payment
method.
“Asee” is free software & you don’t need to pay for it.
*If you have any question of payment, please contact the local supplier of i-Phone .
Step 11. Finished the register, and go to your email box to verify your account.
Step 12. Click the link included in the email message.
It will connect to the iTunes store and turn to iTunes interface.
Step13.
Sign in your account.
The register of your iTunes store account has been done.
Step 14. Click
and then Key-in the characters “ASee” in the”
search” column .
For connecting cable, please contact your local i-Phone service.
Or go to i-phone website for support : http://www.apple.com/support/iphone/
Step 15. Download and install the “ASee” program to your mobile by connecting cable.
Step 16. After finishing installation, “
Step 17.
Click , “
ASee” icon will be displayed to mobile phone interface.
ASee” icon to enter the main screen, as below:
Functions
1
2
Channels select.
PTZ Lens control (Area Selection(ZOOM+、ZOOM-), Aperture(I+,I -), Focus(focus +, focus-))
3
PTZ Direction ( left, right, up, down)
4
Function buttons from left to right in turn are: Pause, Full-screen, Snapshot, setup, help and Access setup.
We have introduced Monitor point setting in the previous Symbian and Windows system setting. The setting
method for iPhone is same as the Symbian and Windows system. Please refer to the previous section.
Step18.
Setting the connecting information of DVR.
Step 19. Click “
” button, to back to main screen.
Step 20. Click “Play & Pause
” button, to view videos, remotely .
5.11. Installation & Operation (Blackberry Mobile)
5.11.1. Installation
Step 1. Download and Install the Blackberry Desktop Manager on the computer.
Step 2. Connect your Mobile to your PC via USB cable.
Step 3. Open the Desktop Manager.
Step 4. Choose ‘Application Loader’ from the Main Menu.
Step 5.
Click “Start” Button on the ”Add/Remove application” menu.
Step 6. Click “Browse” button and check the “ASee.alx” file.
Step 7. Click “Finish” button to finish the installation.
5.11.2. Setup & Operation
Step 1. The Blackberry viewer will be installed to the “Downloads” directory.
Step 2.
Enter into the “Downloads” directory, and then click the “ASee’ icon.
Step 3.
Enter into the below interface.
1 ---Connect/disconnect
2 ---Full screen
3 ---Snapshot
4 ---Setup
5 ---Help
6 ---Next page
7 ---PTZ Control
Step 4.
Click
icon to setup the information of DVR
Step 5. Select the Network Type supported by Blackberry phone.
Step 6.
Click “
Step 7. Click
to display.
” button to save the setting.
Next Page’ icon to search “Channel” option, and then choose the channel which you would like
Step 8. Click
play icon to view video.
Step 9. Click “Full screen” icon to enter into full screen display mode, again click the “Trackball” button of mobile
to quit the full screen mode.
Step 10. Click
Next page” button to find the “PTZ Control” icon and enter into the mode. Now you could
freely control your PTZ camera through your Mobile phone.
Step 11. Click “Close” button to exit the program .
For further information just click “Help” button to view the software’s Help instruction.
if your mobile had connect to other DVR, you can delete it , as below.
Step 1.
Click the “
Step 2.
Highlight one record and click “Enter” button to enter into pop up menu.
When selecting “Open” option, system will directly be connected to the DVR
and defaulted to display the CH1.
” button to enter into the History List.
Step 3. When selecting “Edit” option, system will allow you edit the history record.
Step 4. When selecting “Delete” option, the history record will be deleted.
5.12. Android Mobile
*Please make sure that the software is compatible with your Android Mobile.
Step 1. Make sure your mobile have been connected to network and could download the software.
Step 2.
Enter into “Program” option and highlight “E-market” icon .
Step 3.
Enter into the “E-market” interface .
Step 4.
Click
icon on the upper right corner and key-in“Apkinstaller” to search the Apkinstaller program.
Step 5.
Highlight and install the program which was searched by system.
Step 6. Proceeding to the next step for installation.
Step 7.
Enter into “Program” file and click “
ApkInstaller” icon.
Step 8. Find the “ASee.apk” file you would like to install.
Step 9.
Click the software to install to your phone.
Step 10. Enter into “Program” option to click “
ASee” icon .
Step 11. Enter into “ASee” main screen.
1
PTZ Direction
2
Zoom+ -
3
Aperture
4
Focus+ -
5
CH Selection
6
Play & Pause
7
Full/Normal Screen
8
Snapshot
9
Setup
10
CH change
11
Help
Step 12. Click “Setup” button(9), to set the “Device info”.
All Functions
Address
Key-in the IP address of the DVR
Port
Key-in the Mobile Port Number of the DVR
Device Name
Key-in DVR name (Customize)
User ID
Key-in the User’s Name
Password
Key-in the User’s Password
Step 13. Click “
” button, to back to previous page.
Step 14. Click “Play & Pause
” button, to view videos , remotely.
When your DVR is connecting internet through router, you need to forward the port at the virtual server option of
your router.
For more information, please refer to Appendix (mobile) in this section, as below:
5.13. Forwarding the port of Router for Mobile phone
Step 1. Setup the IP address and port of DHCP(3),and the click on ”Apply” to confirm settings.
*The DHCP setting is for your reference only, there are 2 types of different internetà
PPPoE & Static IP.
Step 2. Click “Device” icon and then click “Mobile” icon.
Step 3. key-in the user name and password as well as server port.
*The port the mobile must the same as server port.
Step 4. Click ”Apply” button.
Chapter 6. Specifications
Model
Video Compression
Video System
Operation System
Video Input /
Output
Audio Input / Output
Audio Compression
Display Frame Rate
Playback Resolution
Recording Frame Rate
Recording Mode
Recording Pack Time
HDD Interface
Network Interface
Network Protocol
Network Function
USB 2.0
Playback
Playback Search
Playback Mode
Backup
PTZ Control
Alarm Mode
Power Supply
(power adaptor included)
SEC-DVR404
BNC 4-channels /
VGA 1-channel ;
BNC 2-channels
4-channels /
2-channels
BNC 8-channels /
VGA 1-channel ;
BNC 2-channels
4-channels /
2-channels
8kHz*16bit ADPCM
PAL: 100 fps
PAL: 120fps
NTSC: 120 fps
NTSC: 240fps
NTSC: CIF(352x240),
NTSC: CIF(352x240),
HD1(704x240), D1(704x480)
HD1(704x240), D1(704x480)
PAL:
PAL:
CIF(352x288),HD1(704x288), D1(704x576) CIF(352x288),HD1(704x288), D1(704x576)
NTSC:
NTSC:
60fps@D1,120fps@HD1/CIF
60fps@D1,120fps@HD1,240fps@CIF
PAL:
PAL:
50fps@D1,100fps@HD1/CIF
50fps@D1,100fps@HD1,200fps@CIF
Continue / schedule: motion detection
15/30/45/60mins file time selectable
One fixed HDD rack,
supports up to 2TB SATA HDD
RJ45, 10M/100M
Supports TCP/IP, DHCP,DDNS, PPPoE
Supports live view with IE (Internet Explorer)
USB mouse, USB disk (backup, upgrade)
Local:
Local:
Playback 4 channels at the same time Playback 8 channels at the same time
Date/time, file list
PLAY / FWD/ Fast/Rewind/ Frame by Frame
Backup via USB flash disk, USB HDD disk, USB CD/DVD-RW & Network
RS485 built-in, supports PELCO-P & PELCO-D
Motion Detection, Video loss, HDD loss, HDD full
DC 12V/3A
50°F to 104°F (10 to 40 )
Working Temperature
Dimension (WxDxH)
Weight
(with package)
SEC-DVR408
H.264
NTSC / PAL
Linux
300*224*55mm
2.85 kg
2.9 kg
Chapter 7 Appendix
Appendix A – Time Zone Table
Time Zone
Offset
Samoa
GMT – 11:00
Hawaii
GMT – 10:00
Alaska
GMT – 09:00
Pacific Time (US & Canada)
GMT – 08:00
Arizona, US Mountain
GMT – 07:00
Chihuahua, La Paz, Mazatlan
Start
End
ˇ
Mar, 2nd Sun, 2:00
Nov, 1st Sun, 2:00
ˇ
Mar, 2nd Sun, 2:00
Nov, 1st Sun, 2:00
GMT – 07:00
ˇ
May, 1st Sun, 2:00
Sep, last Sun, 2:00
Mountain Time (US & Canada)
GMT – 07:00
ˇ
Mar, 2nd Sun, 2:00
Nov, 1st Sun, 2:00
Central America, Saskatchewan
GMT – 06:00
Central Time (US & Canada)
GMT – 06:00
ˇ
Mar, 2nd Sun, 2:00
Nov, 1st Sun, 2:00
GMT – 06:00
ˇ
May, 1st Sun, 2:00
Sep, last Sun, 2:00
Guadalajara,
Mexico
City,
DST
Monterrey
Bogota, Lima, Quito, Indiana (East)
GMT – 05:00
Eastern Time (US & Canada)
GMT – 05:00
ˇ
Mar, 2nd Sun, 2:00
Nov, 1st Sun, 2:00
Atlantic Time (Canada)
GMT – 04:00
ˇ
Mar, 2nd Sun, 2:00
Nov, 1st Sun, 2:00
Caracas, La Paz
GMT – 04:00
Santiago
GMT – 04:00
ˇ
Oct, 2nd Sun, 0:00
Mar, 2nd Sun, 0:00
Newfoundland
GMT – 03:30
ˇ
Apr, 1st Sun, 2:00
Oct, last Sun, 2:00
Brasilia
GMT – 03:00
ˇ
Oct, 3rd Sun, 2:00
Feb, 3rd Sun, 2:00
Buenos Aires, Georgetown
GMT – 03:00
ˇ
Oct, 3rd Sun, 2:00
Feb, 2nd Sun, 2:00
Greenland
GMT – 03:00
ˇ
Mar, last Sun, 1:00
Oct, last Sun, 1:00
Mid-Atlantic
GMT – 02:00
ˇ
Mar, last Sun, 2:00
Sep, last Sun, 2:00
Azores
GMT – 01:00
ˇ
Mar, last Sun, 2:00
Oct, last Sun, 3:00
Cape Verde
GMT – 01:00
Casablanca, Monrovia
GMT + 00:00
Dublin, London
GMT + 00:00
ˇ
Mar, last Sun, 1:00
Oct, last Sun, 2:00
Western Europe, Central Europe
GMT + 01:00
ˇ
Mar, last Sun, 2:00
Oct, last Sun, 3:00
West Central Africa
GMT + 01:00
Eastern Europe
GMT + 02:00
ˇ
Mar, last Sun, 0:00
Oct, last Sun, 1:00
Cairo
GMT + 02:00
ˇ
Apr, last Fri, 2:00
Sep, last Fri, 2:00
Harare, Pretoria
GMT + 02:00
Helsinki, Kyiv, Riga, Sofia, Tallinn
GMT + 02:00
ˇ
Mar, last Sun, 2:00
Oct, last Sun, 3:00
Jerusalem
GMT + 02:00
ˇ
Apr 1, 2:00
Oct, 2nd Sun, 2:00
Baghdad
GMT + 03:00
ˇ
Apr 1, 3:00
Oct 1, 4:00
Kuwait, Riyadh, Nairobi
GMT + 03:00
Moscow, St. Petersburg, Volgograd
GMT + 03:00
ˇ
Mar, last Sun, 2:00
Oct, last Sun, 3:00
Tehran
GMT + 03:30
ˇ
Mar, 4th Tue, 2:00
Sep, 4th Thu, 2:00
Abu Dhabi, Muscat
GMT + 04:00
Baku, Tbilisi, Yerevan
GMT + 04:00
ˇ
Mar, last Sun, 2:00
Oct, last Sun, 3:00
Kabul
GMT + 04:30
Ekaterinburg
GMT + 05:00
Islamabad, Karachi, Tashkent
GMT + 05:00
Chennai, Mumbai, New Delhi
GMT + 05:30
Kathmandu
GMT + 05:45
Almaty, Novosibirsk
GMT + 06:00
Astana, Dhaka, Sri Lanka
GMT + 06:00
Rangoon
GMT + 06:30
Bangkok, Hanoi, Jakarta
GMT + 07:00
Krasnoyarsk
ˇ
Mar, last Sun, 2:00
Oct, last Sun, 3:00
ˇ
Mar, last Sun, 2:00
Oct, last Sun, 3:00
GMT + 07:00
ˇ
Mar, last Sun, 2:00
Oct, last Sun, 3:00
Irkutsk, Ulaan Bataar
GMT + 08:00
ˇ
Mar, last Sun, 2:00
Oct, last Sun, 3:00
Beijing, Chingqing, H. K., Urumqi
GMT + 08:00
Kuala Lumpur, Perth, Singapore
GMT + 08:00
Taipei
GMT + 08:00
Osaka, Seoul, Tokyo
GMT + 09:00
Yakutsk
GMT + 09:00
ˇ
Mar, last Sun, 2:00
Oct, last Sun, 3:00
Adelaide
GMT + 09:30
ˇ
Oct, last Sun, 2:00
Mar, last Sun, 3:00
Darwin
GMT + 09:30
Brisbane, Guam, Port Moresby
GMT + 10:00
Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney
GMT + 10:00
ˇ
Oct, last Sun, 2:00
Mar, last Sun, 3:00
Hobart
GMT + 10:00
ˇ
Oct, 1st Sun, 2:00
Mar, last Sun, 3:00
Vladivostok
GMT + 10:00
ˇ
Mar, last Sun, 2:00
Oct, last Sun, 3:00
Magadan, Solomon Is.
GMT + 11:00
Auckland, Wellington
GMT + 12:00
ˇ
Oct, 1st Sun, 2:00
Mar, 3rd Sun, 2:00
Fiji
GMT + 12:00
Kamchatka
GMT + 12:00
ˇ
Mar, last Sun, 2:00
Oct, last Sun, 3:00
Anadyr
GMT + 13:00
ˇ
Mar, last Sun, 2:00
Oct, last Sun, 3:00
Nuku’alofa
GMT + 13:00
Appendix B – Play Back Utility
Installation (Utility Software/Applications )
Step1.
Insert the Installation CD into the CD-ROM.
Step2.
Execute ‘’Autorun.exe’’. and then click on ‘’Utility’’ button.
*If your computer can’t execute the CD automatically, please click”
,finally click on “
” icon to execute it.
”(MY computer) and then click
Step 3. Click
Step 4.
icon to install playback file.
The system will display the following setup procedure:
Step 5. Click
button to proceed to install playback software.
” button to proceed to the installation process.
Step 6. Click”
Or you can click
Step 7.
button to change to file folder.
After completed installation, Check ”
” box, and then click
button.
*The Playback main screen will display.
Playback Player
Select the playback file you desired from the files.
Please select the file with *.264 format or *.nvr.
The record file backed-up by U.S.B Device or removable disk is with *.264 format, and DVD Recorder with *.nvr
format.
Play & Review Backup File
Double click the record event at the right side of screen to start record file playback.
The button functions from left to right in turn are as follows:
All Functions
Button
Functions
Start playing record file
Play
Pause the record file playback
Pause
Stop the record file playback
Stop
Rewind
Rewind playing the record file at X2, X4, X8 and X16
speeds.
Forward
Forward playing the record file at X2, X4, X8 and X16
speeds.
Frame by Frame
Snapshot
Add
Delete
Delete all
Play the record file frame by frame.
Click the button to capture the record image and save
the image to a specified position.
Click the button to add one record file.
Click the button to delete one record file.
Click the button to delete all the record files in the
event list.
Appendix C – Sustainable Record Time List
According to Resolution, Video Output, Video Input, Image parameter as well as audio input, the sustainable record time
will be different.
Hence, we provide a formula for your reference:
Calculation formula:
A = The capacity of HDD
B = The total space was used by HDD per hour.
Appendix D – Applying free DDNS from internet
Step 1.
Please go to http://www.dyndns.com and Click “Get a free Domain name” button.
Step 2. Click “Sign up free” icon.
Step3.
Choose free sign up
Step 4.
Click ” Renew Services” option, in order to create new account.
Step 5.
Create your own username, password, E-mail and enter the image numbers to create an account
Step 6.
After you created your account, the company will sent an e-mail to verify your e-mail account
Step 7.
Check your e-mail and see if you have received an e-mail from DynDNS.
Click on the link in the e-mail to complete the verification.
Step 8.
Now, go to http://www.dyndns.com and log in your username and password.
Step 9.
Click ”MY Account”à “My Hosts” option.
Step 10.
key-in your hostname, IP address and then click “Add To Cart”.
Step 11.
Click “Next” button.
Step 12.
Click “Activate Services”
Step 13.
When activation is successful, the webpage will display the message:
Step 14.
Click on ”Network” icon.
Step 15. Enable the DDNS
Step 16.
Choose the DDNS Server Type
Step 17.
Fill out the Hostname(you just applied)
Step 18.
Fill out the Username(you just applied)
Step 19.
Fill out the Password(you just applied)
Step 20.
Click “Apply” button to Confirm the settings.
Appendix E – The Structure Diagram Of OSD Display
Camera Title
Color setup
Display
Privacy Setup
Autoseq Setup
Record Quality
Record Resolution
Record
Audio Record
Record Mode
Record Schedule
Record File Size
Network
Main Menu
DDNS Setup
Search
Search
Playback
File List
Backup
HDD Management
Alarm Setting
Devices
E-mail Setup
PTZ Setting
Mobile Phone Setup
Motion
Area Setup
Time Setting
User Password
VGA Solution
Video Setting
System
TV System
Language Selection
System Information
System Maintenance
Firmware Upgrade
Appendix F – FAQ Troubleshooting
1. Q: What can I do if the system does not detect the HDD?
A: Check the data and power cables and make sure they are securely connected.
B: For new H.D.D, you have to format it first.
C: Make sure that the power of adaptor is correct, 12V/3A.
2. Q: We have changed the password but do not remember the new password, how can we access
the system?
A: If you forget system password, enter 519070 into the password field to reset the password.
3. Q: We are not getting any video signal on the DVR, what is wrong?
A: Check to make sure the cables are securely connected to the BNC ports on the DVR. You can also
try another cable to make sure there is not a problem with the cable. Make sure you have selected
the correct video format for your country (NTSC or PAL), is the USA we use NTSC.
4. Q: Can the DVR have problems if it gets too hot, how can I prevent this?
A: Please place the DVR in a place where there is good air circulation and away from high
temperatures to increase stability and life of the DVR.
5. Q: My remote control does not work when the DVR is in Live mode but the front panel buttons are
working, what is wrong?
A: Make sure nothing is blocking in front of LED on the remote or the receiver on the DVR, if both
are ok, check the batteries.
6. Q: Can I use the hard drive from my PC in the DVR?
A: You can if the hard drive is the same type and the size is supported by the DVR. If you install it in
the DVR it will be formatted for use in the DVR and the PC will not be able to read it.
7. Q: Do I have to stop recording to playback files on the DVR?
A: No you do not have to stop recording, the DVR will support both functions at the same time.
8. Q: Can I erase files from the hard drive of the DVR?
A: You can not erase individual file, you would need to format the hard drive which will erase all of
the files
9. Q: We have attached a PTZ camera but can not control it, what is wrong?
A: Verify that the Protocol, baud rate, address, and other settings on the PTZ camera match the
settings you have put into the DVR. Make sure the data cables are attached firmly to the RS485 port
on the DVR.
10. Q: Why does the Buzzer keep sounding?
A: Please check to see if motion detection is on and the system has detected motion, make sure
the hard drive is being detected and has sufficient space available and that none of your cameras
have lost video. You can turn off the buzzer in the Alarm setup option.
11. I can connect to IE Browser, but how can my IE interface is a little bit difference?
A: The reason is the OCX of IE Browser which memorized other version IE interface, so your IE
browser was conflict with other version. There’s the solution:
1. Insert included CD into CD-ROM, and then click on” Remove OCX Tool” icon, and you will find
the file ”RM_SHA_OCX”. Then close the IE browser and click it.
Appendix G – Email Server Check List
(The information below is for your reference only)
(Web site)
www.yahoo.com
www.google.com
Email address
@yahoo.com.tw
Sender
server(25)
smtp.mail.yahoo.com.tw
Receiver
server(110)
pop.mail.yahoo.com.tw
@yahoo.com
smtp.mail.yahoo.com
pop.mail.yahoo.com
@gmail.com
smtp.gmail.com(465/587)
pop.gmail.com(995)
Appendix H – USB Device Support List
Brand
Sandisk
Kingston
Kingston(DT Mini
Slim)
Transend
Kingmax
UNIS
USB 2.0 Device Support Suggestion
Capacity
4G
4G
8G
16G
4G
4G
2G
8G
4G
Appendix I – 3G Mobile Phone Local Service Center
Brand
3G Cell phone Support Suggestion
Service Center(Web site)
Blackberry
http://na.blackberry.com/eng/support/
http://uk.blackberry.com/support/
http://fr.blackberry.com/support/
http://sa.blackberry.com/support/
Nokia
http://europe.nokia.com/support
http://www.nokia.ca/get-support-and-software
http://www.nokiausa.com/get-support-and-software/product-support
Sony Ericsson
http://www.sony.net/
http://www.sonyericsson.com/cws/cws/home?cc=ar&lc=es
http://www.sonyericsson.com/cws/cws/home?cc=ca&lc=en
http://www.htc.com/us/#/?slide=1
http://www.htc.com/la/
http://www.apple.com/support/iphone/
http://www.apple.com/support/country/
HTC
Apple
Appendix J – Mobile Phone support list
Brand
Mobile(OS)
Model
8900/Apache/AT&T Pure/HD Diamond/P3600 Trinity/P3600i
Trinity/P3650Cruise/P3651Touch Cruise/P4350/P4351/P4500 TyTN/P4550
Windows
HTC
Mobile
TyTN 3G/T3333 Touch 2/T4242 Touch Cruise09/T5353Touch Diamond
2/T7377 AT&TTilt 2/T8282 Touch HD/T8285 Touch HD/T8290 Max Touch
4G/Touch/Diamond/Touch Dual/Touch Pro/Touch Pro
2/X7500Advantage/X7510
Advantage/XV6975 Imagio
Aria/ Desire/Dream/ Droid Eris/ Evo 4G/Hero/Incredible
Android
LG
Windows
Mobile
Android
ACER
Windows
Mobile
/Legend/ Magic/Tattoo/Wildfire
CT810 Incite /GM730 Eigen /GM750 /GT810H /GW550
/GW820 eXpo/KS20 /VS750 Fathom
GT540 Swift / GW620 Eve / KH5200 Andro-1 / LU2300
Optimus Q / VS740 Ally
DX650 / DX900 / E100 beTouch / E101 beTouch / M900 /
neoTouch / X960
E110 beTouch / E400 beTouch / Liquid
Android
3250/5230/5233/5235 Comes With Music/5320 XpressMusic/5500 Sport/5530
XpressMusic/5630 Xpress Music/5700XpressMusic/5730 XpressMusic/5800
NOKIA
XpressMusic/6110
Symbian
Navigator/6120 classic 6121 classic 6122c/6124 classic/6210
Navigator/6220 Classic 6290/6650 Fold 6720 Classic 6730 classic 6788/6790Mako/
C5/ C6/ E50/ E51/ E52/ E55/ E60/ E61/ E62/E63/ E65/ E66/ E70/ E71/E72/ E73
Mode/E75/E90/N71/N73/N75/N76/N77/N78/N79/N80/N81/N82 N85/N86/N91/
N92/N93/ N95/ N96/ N97/ N97 Mini/ X6
Symbian
GT i7110 / GT i8510 Innov8 / GT i8910 Omnia / SGH G810
/ SGH i450 / SGH i550 / SGH i560 / SGH L870
GT B7300 OmniaLITE/GT B7320 OmniaPRO/GT B7330 OmniaPRO/GT B7610
SAMSUNG
OmniaPRO/GT B7620 Giorgio Armani/GT C6620/GT C6625 Valencia/GT i8000
Windows
Mobile
Omnia II/SCH i220 Code/SCH i760 /SCH i770 Saga/SCH i910 Omnia/SCH i920
Omnia II/SGH i300 /SGH i600/SGH i607 Blackjack/SGH i617 Blackjack2/SGH I627
Propel Pro/SGH i637, SGH i710/SGH i718/SGH i740/SGH i780 /SGH i900/SGH i908
Omnia/SPH i325 Ace/SPH i350 intrepid/SPH
IP830/SPH M7350 OZ Omnia
SONY
ERICSSON
Symbian
(S60 v5)
U1 Satio / U5 Vivaz / U8 Kanna
Windows
M1 Aspen / X1 Xperia / X2 Xperia
Mobile(V.6)
Windows
Motorola
A3000 / A3100 / Q / Q9
Mobile
A555 Devour/A955 Droid II/Droid/Droid X/i1/ MB200 Cliq/
Android
MB300/ MB501 Cliq XT/ MB511 Flipout/ Moto XT800/ MT710
ZHILING/ Quench XT3/ XT701 XT720 Motoroi
M10 Nuvifone/ M20 Nuvifone/ P320/ P505/ P525/ P526/ P527/P550/ P552/ P750/
ASUS
Windows
P835
Mobile
E72 / P51
BENQ
DELL
GIGABYTE
Windows
Mobile
Windows
Mobile
Android
Windows
Mobile
Axim X50
Mini 3iX / Streak / Thunder
g-Smart i120
Android
HP
i-MATE
Kyocera
Lenovo
Windows
GSmart G1305 Boston
iPAQ 510 Mobile Messenger / iPAQ HW6500 / iPAQ K3 Glisten
Mobile
Windows
i9502 Ultimate / i-mate Jamin / i-mate JAQ / i-mate JAQ3/ imate JASJAM / i-mate
JASJAR / i-mate K-JAM
Mobile
Windows
Mobile
Android
Windows
E-4000 Solo
M6000 Zio
ET980 / i921
Mobile
Palm
Windows
Mobile
Windows
PANTECH
Treo 700 / Treo 750 / Treo 800 / Treo 850 Pro
C810 Duo / C820 Matrix Pro
Mobile
Android
IMA600S Sirius
SHARP
Android
TOSHIBA
Windows
VODAFONE
Windows
GARMIN
GOOGLE
BlackBerry
Android
Garminfone
Android
Nexus One
IS01
G710 / G900 / TG01
Mobile
1231 / VPA Compact IV / VPA III
Mobile
BlackBerry 8900/ BlackBerry 9000 Bold/ BlackBerry 9100 Pearl
BlackBerry
(9105 Pearl) /BlackBerry 9630 Tour /BlackBerry 9650 Tour2
/BlackBerry 9700 Onyx (Bold,
9020)/8900/8910/8980/9000/9630/9650/9700/9780/9800
i-Phone
SIEMENS
i-Phone
Windows
Mobile
Apple iPhone 3G/3GS (OS 3.0 or later)
Apple iPhone 4 / iPod touch, iPad
SX66
Appendix K – H.D.D support list
H.D.D Support list
Model
Pipeline HD
ST3250312CS
250GB
8M
ST3320310CS
320GB
8M
ST3500312CS
500GB
8M
ST31000322CS
1TB
8M
ST3250318AS
250GB
8M
ST3500418AS
500GB
16M
ST31000528AS
1TB
32M
ST3250310AS
250GB
8M
ST3320620AS
320GB
16M
Barracuda LP
ST32000542AS
2TB
32M
SV35.3
ST3250310SV
250GB
8M
ST3500320SV
500GB
32M
ST3750330SV
750GB
32M
ST31000340SV
1TB
32M
SV35.4
ST3320410SV
320GB
16M
SV35.5
ST3250311SV
250GB
8M
ST3500410SV
500GB
16M
ST31000525SV
1TB
32M
Barracuda 7200.12
Barracuda 7200.10
Brand(WD)
WD-AV
WD AV-GP
WD Caviar Blue
WD Caviar Green
Model
Capacity(GB)
Cache(M)
Brand(Seagate)
Capacity(GB)
Cache(M)
WD2500AVJS
250GB
8M
WD3200AVJS
320GB
8M
WD2500AVVS
250GB
8M
WD3200AVVS
320GB
8M
WD5000AVDS
500GB
32M
WD5000AVVS
500GB
8M
WD10EVVS
1TB
8M
WD10EVDS
1TB
32M
WD15EVDS
1.5TB
32M
WD20EVDS
2TB
32M
WD2500AAJB
250GB
8M
WD2500AAJS
250GB
8M
WD3200AAJB
320GB
8M
WD3200AAJS
320GB
8M
WD5000AADS
500GB
32M
1TB
32M
WD10EADS
WD RE4-GP
WD2002FYPS
Brand(Hitachi)
Model
2TB
Capacity(GB)
64M
Cache(M)
HDT721032SLA360
320GB
16M
HDT725032VLA380
320GB
8M
HDS721010KLA330
1TB
32M
CinemaSta
HCT721075SLA380
750GB
8M
Brand(SAMSUNG)
Model
Capacity(GB)
Cache(M)
HD502HI
500GB
16M
HD103SI
1TB
32M
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