DS2 Setup Guide Software No 04.4(013) M2IP-03.1 (09.2)

DS2 Setup Guide Software No 04.4(013) M2IP-03.1 (09.2)
Software No 04.4(013) M2IP-03.1 (09.2)
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Setup Guide
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Contents
Introduction..................................................................................3
Important Safeguards................................................................10
Installing the Unit.......................................................................12
Simple Installation......................................................................14
Quick Connection.......................................................................18
Connecting external devices......................................................20
Configuring the unit....................................................................28
Time, Date & Language.............................................................31
Camera Viewing.........................................................................32
Schedule....................................................................................33
Standard Recording Schedule...................................................36
Camera Profile Selector.............................................................40
Network Options........................................................................43
Alarm Options............................................................................49
Activity Options..........................................................................61
Display Options..........................................................................63
Passwords.................................................................................65
System Options..........................................................................66
Record Options..........................................................................70
Camera Setup............................................................................77
Alarms and Presets....................................................................80
Activity Camera Setup...............................................................82
Text Insertion Setup...................................................................88
From software Issue No 04.5(025) M2IP-03.1 (09.2)
Whilst every attempt is made to ensure these manuals are accurate and current, Dedicated Micros reserve the right to alter or
modify the specification of the machine described herein without prejudice.
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Introduction
What is the Digital Sprite 2 ?
The New Digital Sprite 2 provides true flexibility for professional CCTV security solutions. An intuitive
interface allows easy local user operation whilst IP connectivity provides remote monitoring and
system configuration via Dedicated Micros ‘NetVu Connected’ software.
High quality recordings are accessible locally to the user at the touch of a button or via powerful
GOTO and event recall facilities.
Remote operators can utilise the latest MPEG-4 compression technology to view images via NetVu
ObserVer or embedded DVIP Decoders.
The DS2 includes built-in co-axial & twisted pair telemetry to enhance the range of DS2 applications.
Variable alarm configuration allows remote notification of alarms from any single DS2 through a
variety of communication channels.
Pre-event alarm recording ensures images are captured before the incident occurs whilst on-site
communication can be maintained through high quality bi-directional audio.
A built in DVD-R writer provides a quick and easy way of copying key events to DVD or CD on-site
while FTP archiving allows evidence transfer over the network, automatically or on demand.
The DS2 provides a self-contained local security solution whilst ensuring that the requirements of
remote 24 hour surveillance are met through Dedicated Micros professional ‘NetVu Connected’
solution deployed over new or existing IP enabled networks.
A video multiplexer
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Designed with security in mind.
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Easy to use.
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Operates like a traditional multiplexer, not a PC.
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All the features you would expect from a Dedicated Micros multiplexer:
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Main and Spot monitor with non interlaced monitor support.
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Multiscreen displays.
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Activity detection.
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Alarm handling.
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Schedules for day, night and weekend.
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User defined record rates.
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485-bus networking.
Network Transmission
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Web configuration in conjunction with on screen menus.
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View live and playback images across the network.
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Remote reporting for centralised monitoring.
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FTP, SMTP support for remote download of images.
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SMS support for transmission of text messages on alarm.
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Enhanced network features including on-board Firewall, Webcam functionality.
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No extra software to buy, Viewing software for Windows™ provided or viewing and control
via a standard internet browser.
Features
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Instant access to high quality recordings
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Built-in internal DVD-R (DVD Writer)
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Simultaneous MPEG-4 transmission and JPEG recording
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Designed for BS-8418 compliance
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Simultaneous record, playback, live viewing, archiving and multiple user network viewing
with no loss of recording performance
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Pre-alarm recording to capture evidence before alarms are triggered
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Instant Remote Alarm monitoring using Ethernet or PPP modem link
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Remote Alarm Reporting and alternative signalling path
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NetVu Connected
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Alarm notification via E-mail and SMS
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Immediate access to any time/date via instant GOTO capability
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IP connectivity and remote monitoring functionality
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Video motion search allows search back through recordings for movement in a specific area
of the image
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Web based configuration allows remote system adjustments negating the need for site visits
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Multiway DuoVu for live and recorded viewing simultaneously
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MultiMode Recording - Dynamically-switchable resolution, record-rate & compression
(MPEG4/JPEG) per camera
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Text Support – capture, record and search text data with relevant CCTV footage
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Real-time alarms can be triggered on suspect POS transactions using keywords
CAMERAS
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6, 9 and 16 camera models available. Auto detection on power up.
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Loop through BNC connectors provided for each camera input.
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Alarm on Camera Fail
HIDDEN CAMERAS
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Option to view all or selected cameras, without affecting cameras recording.
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Hidden cameras can be viewed via the network.
AUDIO
The user has the option to record and play back audio through the unit in real time.
Recorded with images from the linked cameras (1 & 2), audio can be played back directly
from the unit via powered external speakers. The system can also receive audio from a
remote network viewer and play it directly out of the unit for audio challenge or help point
applications. Recorded audio is automatically copied when video is archived to DVD-R/CDR or exported across a network.
MONITOR VIEWING
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Main monitor (S-Video & Composite):
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Full screen, programmable sequence & alarm switching.
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Programmable multi-screens: picture-in-picture, quad, 5+1, 4+3, 9 way, 8+2, 12+1,16 way
x2 electronic zoom, freeze frame.
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Spot monitor: (Composite)
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Full screen, programmable sequence & alarm switching.
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One button touch
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Frame advance/rewind, fast picture search and pause keys
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Event list, including event list filter with unique quadrant preview facility
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GOTO time and date
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Playback in full screen and muliti screen
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Simultaneous live and playback on screen
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SEARCH AND PLAYBACK
MULTIWAY DuoVu
DS2 has traditionally provided playback in full screen, picture in picture and quad display
modes. Now you can choose to playback in any multiway display mode, right up to 16-way.
For ultimate flexibility you can now have any combination of live and recorded segments
on the multiway view, allowing you to review recorded material, while keeping an eye to
ongoing surveillance.
MULTIMODE RECORDING
MultiMode recording gives you the ability to set different record rates, resolutions and
compression algorithms across scheduled, normal and alarm modes. Up to 24 MultiMode
Recording profiles can be set per unit, giving you the flexibility to adjust resolution (QCIF
to 4CIF), record rates and compression settings (MPEG-4/JPEG) dynamically on individual
cameras and across the whole unit.
RECORD RATE
The standard Digital Sprite 2 can record real time on 2 cameras at 50PPS(PAL), 60PPS
(NTSC) and 4 cameras at 100PPS (PAL), 120PPS (NTSC).
Design of the manual
The manual has three parts:
1. Installation
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Giving details of how to install the unit and connect external devices.
2. Setup
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Giving details of the configuration menus of the unit.
3. Operating
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Giving quick reference details on how to control the unit
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Operator Reference
EVENT
COPY
GOTO
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MODE
LIVE
Viewing Single Cameras
Full
Zooming an image
Press the same camera button to toggle zoom on
and off.
Freezing an image
Double tap the camera button or press
freeze frame on or off.
SPOT
RECORD
Viewing Cameras on the Spot Monitor
Pressing a camera button will display a full screen
image of that camera.
When zoom is enabled, use
around the image
PLAY
MENU
to scroll
Press the MODE button to toggle ‘spot’ mode,
indicated on the main monitor and the front panel
LED. Press a camera button to display that camera
on the spot monitor or tap the sequence button to
sequence the cameras.
Playing back images from the disk;
Playback
toggle
Viewing Multiple Cameras
Picture in Picture
Press and hold the PIP button to edit the display, use
to select the segment, press the required
camera button to fill that segment.
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To playback images tap
to rewind to the
desired location and then press . Press
for review mode or press and hold play for
the GOTO option.
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or
to search
When in playback, tap
rewind or fast forward, multiple taps will
increase the search speed.
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Tap to pause the current image. Tapping
or
whilst paused will frame advance
or rewind.
Press MENU to exit.
Press the PIP button to toggle the main and PIP
image.
Quad
Press the QUAD button to switch to quad display.
Press and hold the QUAD button to edit the display,
use
to select the segment, press the
required camera button to fill that segment.
Press MENU to exit.
Multiscreen
Press the Multiscreen button to toggle between a
9-way, 6-Way, 4+3 or 8+2 display.
Press and hold the Multiscreen button to edit the
display, use
to select the segment, press
the required camera button to fill that segment.
Press MENU to exit.
Sequencing Cameras
Sequence
Press the Sequence button to toggle the main monitor
sequence on or off.
Goto Time
Press and hold play (GOTO) to play back from a
specific time or date.
Enter the required time and date, and press .
Tip: Exit Playback
Tap the MODE button to exit playback mode, the Play
LED will go out.
Using the Event Log
Alarms and activity detection are tagged and stored in
the event log for easy retrieval. Each event is labelled
with event type (alarm or activity), its camera title,
time, and date. To view an event from the event log:
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In Live mode with control of the Main
Monitor tap the event button to display the
event log.
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Use and to select the event required,
the selected event is displayed in the
preview window.
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Tap
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Tap MENU to exit the Event log.
Press and hold the Sequence button to edit the
sequence.
Use the camera buttons to include or remove
cameras from the sequence.
The images are updated in the background
automatically when the time and date is
adjusted.
to view the event in full screen.
Press MENU to exit.
Note: The spot monitor sequence can only be
activated or edited in spot mode.
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Time Now
It is possible to filter the search by selecting a
particular function (alarm, activity or system) within
the time and date and on a specific camera. To enter
this option, with the Event Log displayed press the
EVENT button again. This will display the Event
Search Filter menu.
This will set the Filter To value to the current time and
date.
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Event Search Filter
Once the Event Search Filter screen has been
completed press the rewind button to begin the filter,
the following screen will be displayed.
Tip: You can enter this menu by pressing and holding
the EVENT button.
To search for an event:
Press and hold the Event key, the Search Setup
screen will be displayed.
Please wait
Reading Disk
Event Search Filter
Search Type
Event Log
Event Type
All
Filter From
00:00 01/01/2006
Filter To
11:11 16/03/2006
Time Now
Camera Select
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Press Event to cancel
The unit will search the hard disk for the relevant
recorded images as configured. Once it has
generated a list of 20 (PAL units) or 18 (NTSC units)
events the Event Log will be displayed.
Note: Search Type
It is possible to select a search on the Event Log of
the unit or Activity Data.
Event Type
The option here is dependant on the selected option
in Search Type.
Event Log
It is possible to filter the recorded images to find
images associated with the following options:
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Alarm - any external alarms that have
associated recorded images.
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System - any system functions that has
associated video recordings.
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Activity - Activity triggered recorded images.
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All - this will select all of the above options
and find all associated recordings.
Activity Data
It is possible to review recorded video to detect
activity data within a certain area of the video image.
Selecting activity data will allow the Operator to create
a activity zone over the selected camera and then
action the unit to review recorded images looking for
activity data within the selected area.
Select setup to configure the activity grid, the
configuration process is as described in the Activity
Grid Setup..
Filter from
Enter the time and date you wish to search from. The
default is the earliest recorded time of the disk.
The search can be cancelled at any time
by tapping the Event key; any event found
up to that point will only be displayed in the
Event List.
Use the up and down cursor buttons to move the
highlight up or down the list of events. The image in
the bottom left corner will be automatically updated as
the highlight is moved over the events.
From this screen you have access to the following
options:
Play an event back full screen
Highlight the relevant event and press play to play it
back full screen. Tap the Event key to return to the
same event list.
Copy an event to the Archive List
Highlight the event that is to be copied and press the
Copy button on the front panel of the unit. The event
will be copied to the archive list.
Refer to Copy Images to CD for more information.
View more events
To view more than a page of events scroll down
the list to the bottom, the unit will search further
back in time and a new list with earlier events will
be displayed. If there are no more events to be
displayed an ‘end bar’ =================== will
be displayed.
Start a new search
If you wish to start a new search filter, tap the Event
key to exit the Event Log, then re-enter data in the
Event Search Filter menu.
Filter to
Enter the end time and date for the search.
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Copy Images to CD/DVD or FTP Server
2.
You may wish to add more images to the
CDR archive if the CD/DVD is not yet full.
To select more images to add to the list
press ‘rewind’ to return to the ‘Copy images’
screen.
3.
Once all the required images are added to
the archive list, select ‘Archive’ or ‘Archive
& Verify’ (only available if archiving to CD/
DVD). To archive to the internal CD/DVD
drive, press the MODE button to create the
CD/DVD. If the images are to be sent to an
FTP server, ensure the FTP settings have
been correctly configured in the “Record
Options - Archive on Event’ Menu, then use
the MODE button to FTP the images.
4.
Please wait ‘archiving in process’ will be
displayed, it will also show the percentage
complete of the archive process
5.
Press and hold the MODE button to exit the
Disk Archive List page.
Using the Copy Images Menu
1.
Insert a blank CDR/DVD-R into the CD/DVD
drive of the unit.
2.
Press and hold the COPY button to display
the following screen.
3.
Use the cursor buttons to change the time
to copy ‘to and from’.
Copy Images
Copy destination
CD-R CD0:
Copy from time
15:41:00 01/03/2006
Copy to time
15:45:00 01/03/2006
Watermarking
Enabled
Unprotect on Archive
Disabled
Using the Copy option during Playback
Copy destination
This is the name of the internal CD/
DVD drive of the unit or the remote
FTP server.
Copy from time
Select the time you wish to copy
images from.
Copy to time
Select the time you wish to copy
images to.
Copy
Select ‘All cameras’ or individual
cameras to copy using the camera
buttons (filled boxes are selected
cameras, unfilled boxes are not
selected).
Watermarking A unique watermark can be added
to the images as it is copied to it’s
destination.
Unprotect on archive If an image has been manually or
automatically protected it is possible
to remove this protect when the
image is archived, to ensure
archived images will be over-written
This menu displays the disk archive list with a list of
images that are to be copied to the CD/DVD or FTP.
If CD is selected, the ‘CD Use’ bar indicates the how
much space is available on the CD/DVD. Once it
reaches 100%, no more images can be added to the
archive.
Add nextAdd the selected times to the archive list.
Clear listRemoves all entries from the list.
ArchiveThis will start the archive process to the
CD/DVD.
Archive& Verify If you want to verify archiving has been
successful, select this option instead.
To select any of the above options, highlight the
option and tap MODE. To add images:
1.
Select ‘Add next’ and press the MODE
button to add the displayed time to the list.
It is possible to copy playback images to the Disk
Archive List while reviewing the images. This provides
the Operator with a simple process of selecting
images that are of interest to be automatically copied
to the Disk Archive List for burning to a CD/DVD.
1.
Press rew to return to the start of the
recorded files that are to be copied.
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Press play and immediately press the
COPY key, a message will appear to say
the images are being copied.
3. When the end of the recorded images are
reached press the COPY key again to stop
the copy process.
4.
Confirm the files have been added to the
archive list by selecting the Disk Archive List
menu.
Using the Copy option within Event Log
Within the Event Log it is possible to highlight an
event and copy this to the Disk Archive List for
copying to a CD/DVD.
1.
Press the EVENT button to display the
Event Log screen.
2. Using the
be copied.
keys to highlight the event to
3. Press the COPY key, a message will be
displayed to say the event has been copied.
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Confirm the files have been added to the
archive list by selecting the Disk Archive List
menu.
Viewing across a network
The unit can use either a Web interface or network
viewing software to view images across the network.
The network viewing software can be downloaded
directly from the unit onto your local PC using the
network connection, refer to ‘Downloading the Viewer
from the Unit’ for details.
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Pentium IV, 1.8GHz processor.
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256MB RAM.
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8MB of Video RAM.
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16 Bit sound card for audio support
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1024 x 768 x 32bit colour monitor (min).
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10/100Mbit Ethernet half duplex network
interface card.
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Windows 2000, Windows XP.
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Internet Explorer 6 / Netscape Navigator 7
Although the system will operate on lower
specification computers this standard will provide high
performance video quality and update rates. If lower
specification processors are used this will affect the
overall performance of the computer.
Downloading the Viewer from the Unit
Connect to the DVR to download the Viewing
application:
1.
Open your web browser on your PC.
2.
Enter the IP address of the DVR in the
‘Address’ box of your web browser and
press Enter. Remove all preceding 0’s,
i.e. 123.123.123.001 in the DVR should
be entered as 123.123.123.1 in the web
browser.
Note:
The viewer applications can be found in
Start > Programs > NetVu Observer. Details
of using the software can be found in the
relevant ‘User Guide’.
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The recommended PC specification for viewing
images over a network is:
Viewing images using a web browser
It is possible to use Microsoft Internet Explorer
(version 6.X and above), Netscape Navigator (version
7.1 and above) and Mozilla Firefox (version 1.0.7 and
above) to view images.
Follow the previous instructions to display the web
page, but click on the ‘Live’ option instead of the
‘Downloads’ option.
It will be necessary to enter a user name and
password at this point, the default user name and
password is dm and web.
Tip:
The web viewer does not have all the
features of the Viewing application, but it is
useful if it is not possible to download the
software, or if you want to view the images
from an offsite location i.e. via the web.
Viewing images across the network using an
Apple Mac or Linux
There is limited support for viewing images using an
Apple Mac or Linux system based operating system,
contact Technical Support for more information.
The unit needs a valid IP address and Subnet mask
to allow access across the network. This can be
configured in the ‘Network Settings’ menu, described
earlier in the manual.
Note:
3.
If a password has been configured it will
be necessary to enter the Username and
Password information to gain access to the
unit. The default user name and password
are dm and web.
The main web page from the DVR will be
loaded. Click on the ‘Downloads’ option you
will be presented with three options:
Viewer Software
System Manuals
Language Files
4.
The PC will require Java Runtime
Environment to be installed. To install
the JRE and viewer application, select
Viewer Software and press the link for the
appropriate file (jre-x_x_x_x-windows.).
Follow the on-screen instructions.
5.
Go back to the Downloads menu and select
the System Manuals option, download the
NetVu ObserVer User Guide (.pdf).
6.
Go back to the Downloads menu and
select ‘Viewer Software’, select the NetVu
ObserVer windows link (NetVuObserVer_
windows), follow the on-screen instructions
to install the viewer application.
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Important Safeguards
Read Instructions
All the safety and operating instructions should be read before the unit is operated.
Power Sources
This unit should be operated only from the type of power source indicated on the
manufacturer’s label.
Servicing
Do not attempt to service this unit yourself as opening or removing covers may expose
you to dangerous voltage or other hazards.
Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
Ventilation
Ensure unit is properly ventilated to protect from overheating.
All the safety and operating instructions should be read before the unit is operated.
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose this equipment to rain or moisture. The lightning flash
with arrowhead symbol within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user of this equipment
that there are dangerous voltages within the enclosure which may be of sufficient magnitude to
constitute a risk of electric shock.
This is a class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in
which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
Lightning Strike
The unit has some inbuilt protection for lightning strike, however it is recommended that isolation
transformers be fitted to the system in areas where lightning is a common occurs.
Regulatory Notes and FCC and DOC Information
(USA and Canadian Models Only)
Warning: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital
device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial
environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to
radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful
interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at their own expense.
If necessary, the user should consult the dealer or an experienced radio/television technician for
corrective action. The user may find the following booklet prepared by the Federal Communications
Commission helpful: “How to Identify and Resolve Radio-TV Interference Problems”.
This booklet is available from the US Government Printing Office, Washington, DC20402, Stock No.
004-000-00345-4.
This reminder is provided to call the CCTV system installer’s attention to Art. 820-40 of the NEC that
provides guidelines for proper grounding and, in particular, specifies that the cable ground shall be
connected to the grounding system of the building, as close to the point of cable entry as practical.
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CE Mark
If this product is marked with the CE symbol it indicates compliance with all applicable directives.
Directive 89/336/EEC.
A ‘Declaration of Conformity’ is held at Dedicated Micros Ltd.,
1200 Daresbury Park, Daresbury, Cheshire, WA4 4HS
Laser
The unit supports an integrated CD/DVD writer, the following are additional warnings associated with
installing and operating the CD/DVD writer, please pay particular attention to this information.
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Caution - Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those
specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
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To prevent exposure to laser emanations (harmful to the eyes), do not attempt to
disassemble this unit.
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Installing the Unit
Before you start
Check the contents of the box
The following items are included in the box:
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Digital Sprite 2
• IR remote handset
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Mains cable with plug fitted (North America)
• Mains cable with plug fitted (European)
• Mains cable without plug fitted (other regions)
• Rack mount kit (rack mount ears, rear supports, and fixing screws)
• 485-bus cable
• Setup Guide and Operator Guide, note the Networking Guide is stored on the unit and
downloadable from the Web interface
Choosing a location for installation
The unit is designed to be desk mounted. The following precautions must be taken during
installation:
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Openings in the unit’s case are provided for ventilation. To prevent overheating, these
openings should not be blocked or covered.
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Ensure there is a 1” (2.54 cm) gap on either side of the unit.
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When stacking units, ensure there is at least a ½” (1.3 cm) gap between each unit.
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Ensure the unit is not located in an area where it is likely to be subjected to mechanical
shocks.
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The unit should be located in an area with low humidity and a minimum of dust. Avoid
places like damp basements or dusty hallways.
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If the unit is to be installed in a closed assembly, the maximum operating temperature must
not exceed 104°F (40°C).
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Ensure there is reliable earthing of the mains outlet when fitted to supply connections, other
than direct connections, to the branch circuit.
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Any branch circuit supplying the unit must be rated 15Amps.
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It is recommended that an uninteruptable power source be connected to the unit in case of
power failure, to ensure continuous operation of the unit.
A quick overview of digital recording
Digital multiplex recorders work in exactly the same way as analogue multiplexers except that they
use hard disks to store video, instead of VCR tapes. Analogue recording uses time-lapse recording
to extend the length of time recorded onto 2 or 3-hour tape - recording fewer pictures every second.
Adjusting the number of pictures recorded every second also extends the length of time recorded
onto the hard disk of a unit. However, other factors also determine the amount of time that can be
stored on the disk of a digital multiplex recorder:
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The image quality
The record rate
The hard disk capacity
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Digital multiplex recorders store images in a compressed format, allowing images to be recorded
more efficiently. The higher the compression, the smaller the file size, but the image quality will
suffer. The DVR offers a range of compression options and image storage formats to give the end
user the flexibility to balance between image quality and storage capability.
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Image quality
Kilobytes and Gigabytes are units of storage, 1GB = 1000 Megabytes (MB) and 1MB = 1000
Kilobytes (KB), according to modern hard drive specifications. (Now specified under SI units as
one kilobyte (1 kB) = 1000 bytes, whereas one kibibyte (1 KiB) = 1024 bytes to clear the confusion
caused by the term kilobyte simultaneously being used to refer to both 1,000 and 1,024 bytes)
With analogue recording, the image quality is dependent on the type of VCR being used; VHS or
S-VHS. The unit allows the image quality to be altered by adjusting the image size, for example, Low
quality is 14KB, Medium is 18KB, and High is 25KB.
Note:
As for all digital recording, image quality can vary for different scene types, Medium quality
may be 18KB in one scene, but it may be 30KB or more to get the same quality in a scene
with more detail.
Using a larger image size will fill the hard disk faster than a smaller image size, as more space is
required to store it. To achieve the same amount of recording time when a larger image size is used
requires the record rate (PPS) to be reduced.
Standard record rate
The record rate is the amount of pictures recorded to disk in a second, or pictures per second (PPS).
This is a system wide figure and is not effected by how many cameras are connected. The update
rate per camera can be worked out using the record rate:
Update rate
=
No. of cameras/Record rate
Hard disk capacity
Using a larger hard disk will allow image quality, recording rate, or recording time to be increased.
MultiMode Recording
MultiMode recording offers the ability to set different recording rates, resolutions and compression
across scheduled, normal and alarm modes, or to mix a standard setting for many cameras with
individual settings for particular cameras and time of day. By varying the quality (bitrate) of the
recorded image, users can increase recording capability of the unit.
MultiMode recording offers:
Ability to set different recording resolutions including 704x512, 704x256, 352x256 and 176x128.
Ability to set MPEG or JPEG compression recording.
Ability to set PPS recording rates.
Dynamically switchable resolution when switching from Normal to Event Recording.
Dynamically switchable compression between MPEG4/JPEG from Normal to Event Recording.
Calculating recording time
The unit calculates the recording time automatically when the record rate and image quality are
entered. Using the Camera Setup wizard available through the web interface, will allow you to get
the optimum settings for your requirements. These can still be edited later.
Alternatively, an interactive record calculator is available for download from our web site:
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Simple Installation
The unit can be installed in as little as 4 steps, and cameras connected to the unit will be detected
and begin recording automatically.
Rear Panel connections
The illustration shows the rear panel connections.
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SERIAL 1
SERIAL 2
SCSI
SERIAL 4
(BUS B)
SERIAL 3
(BUS A)
OUT
OUT
TERM
485 BUS
R1
R2
AUX RELAYS
AUX ALARMS
DIRECT
-
+
A
B
NET
IN
AUDIO 1
IN
AUDIO 2
MON A
MON
VID 1
VID 2
VID 3
VID 4
VID 5
VID 6
VID 7
VID 8
VID 9
VID 10
VID 11
VID 12
VID 13
VID 14
VID 15
VID 16
Video
VID1 to VID16
MON A
MON B
MON A
75Ω BNC composite camera connections (1V pk-pk) DS2 is
available as a 6, 9 or 16 channel.
Main monitor, 75Ω BNC composite monitor connection
(1V pk-pk).
Spot monitor, 75Ω BNC composite monitor connection (1V pk-pk).
Main monitor, S-video monitor connection.
Audio
AUDIO 1 IN
AUDIO 1 OUT
RCA (phono) socket, 22KHZ sampling, 47 KΩ input impedance.
- records Camera 1
RCA (phono) socket - Live Challenge
AUDIO 2 IN
AUDIO 2 OUT
RCA (phono) socket , 22KHZ sampling, 47 KΩ input impedance.
- records Camera 2
RCA (phono) socket - Control Room Monitor
Data
SCSI
NET
SERIAL 1 & 2
SERIAL 3 & 4 (BUS A & BUS B)
TERM
485 BUS
50-pin HD SCSI-2 connection.
RJ-45 100-baseT Ethernet connection.
9-way (Male) D-type RS-232 serial port
9-way (Male) D-type RS-232, RS-422 and RS-485 serial port.
Termination DIP switches for RS-485.
2x MMJ ports for DM 485-BUS accessories.
Alarms and relays
R1
R2
DIRECT
AUX ALARMS
AUX RELAYS
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Screw terminal, alarm relay dry contact, NO/NC, configurable for
alarm.
Screw terminal, activity relay dry contact, NO/NC, configurable for
VMD.
Screw terminal, direct auxiliary input, NO/NC.
25-way (Female) D-type programmable alarms, NO/NC.
9-way (Female) D-type, configurable for global camera fail and
trigger on alarm.
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Front Panel
EVENT
COPY
GOTO
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
MODE
LIVE
PLAY
SPOT
MENU
RECORD
The main user interface is located on the front panel of the unit. Alternatively it is possible to connect
a suitable remote keyboard and have the same level of control.
Camera control
1 - 16
Camera keys for camera selection.
The number of camera keys will depend on the number of video inputs supported on the
Note:
product.
Monitor control
Sequence
The button under this symbol will initiate a sequence on Main (MON A) or Spot (MON B) Monitor.
Picture in picture
The button under this symbol will show a Picture in Picture display on the Main (MON A) monitor.
Four way
The button under this symbol will show a four way split screen display on the Main (MON A) monitor.
Multiscreen
The button under this symbol will show a multiscreen display on the Main (MON A) monitor.
VCR buttons
Pause
Pause the image in Live and Playback mode.
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Rew
Rewind/Search images in Playback mode.
Play
Playback recorded images and GOTO function.
FFwd
Fast forward / Search images in Playback mode.
LED’s
LIVE
PLAY
SPOT
RECORD
POWER
Unit is in Live mode when lit
Unit is in Playback mode when lit
Spot (MON B) monitor is being controlled
Unit is recording video to the internal hard disk
Infra-Red control is enabled when green. Infra-red control is
disabled if the LED is Amber
Recommended PC Specification
The following is the recommended PC specification to allow configuration and viewing of the unit
using a browser interface and also viewing and control from the NetVu ObserVer application:
Minimum Recommended
Operating System Window 2000 Windows XP Pro
Processor 1GHz Intel Pentium 3 2GHz Intel Pentium 4
or equivalent
or equivalent
System RAM 512MB 1024MB
Screen Resolution 800 x 600* 1024x 768 or higher*
Colour Depth 24bit* 24bit or 32bit*
Browser
Internet Explorer 6
Netscape Navigator 7.1
Firefox 1.5
JRE J2SE Runtime Environment 5.0 Update 4
* Although the system will operate on lower specification computers the above is recommended to
provide high performance video quality and update rates. If lower specification processors are used
this could affect the overall performance of the computer
WARNING: For a web browser to correctly operate with unit, Java Virtual Machine (JVM) which is
contained in the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) must be installed on each PC that will
be used to access unit. The JVM enables Java components in web pages to operate as
intended by Dedicated Micros. A version of Java Runtime Environment may be downloaded
from http://java.sun.com
The Java Virtual Machine is one aspect of Java software used in web interaction. The Java Virtual
Machine is built into the Java software download, and helps the Sun JRE run Java applications.
Administration rights will be required to install JRE onto a Windows 2000 or Windows XP machine.
The JRE can be loaded using one of three methods, Automatic, Manual or Offline.
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Automatic installation will require the machine remains connected to the internet whilst the software
is loaded directly from the web. This method requires no user intervention.
Manual installation downloads a small program from the web, which will fetch the required files from
the web when it is run. It offers more control over the installed options than the Automatic method.
Offline installation will download all the required files onto the computer before commencing
installation. This file can then be run when the computer is not connected to the internet, and copied
onto other machines without internet access, if necessary.
The software on the unit is written for the Sun Java Machine, and the Microsoft Java Machine should
be disabled for optimum reliability.
You can switch between the Sun Java Virtual Machine and the Microsoft VM. The Sun JVM can be
enabled and disabled without having to uninstall it. Switching back and forth between these Virtual
Machines can be done through the Advanced tab in your Windows Internet Options Control Panel,
OR by using the Java Control Panel.
Note: It is good practice to check both locations.
To switch between the Sun JVM and Microsoft VM using Internet Options:
1
Open Control Panel by clicking Start->Settings->Control Panel
2
Open the Internet Options window by double clicking Internet Options
3
Click the Advanced Tab
4
Find the “Java (Sun)” item and check or uncheck the checkbox which says “Use Java 2 v
1.4.x for applet (requires restart)”
5
Check or uncheck the box next to Microsoft VM
6
Save your changes by clicking the OK button
7
Restart the browse
Instructions for switching between the Sun JVM and Microsoft VM using the Java Control
Panel:
1
Open the Windows Control Panel by clicking Start->Settings->Control Panel
2
Open the Java Control Panel by double clicking the icon labeled “Java Plug-in”
3
In the Java Control Panel, click the Browser Tab
4
Under the Browser Tab you will see checkboxes next to installed Web browsers.
5
Check or uncheck the checkbox next to the Web browser you want enable or disable from
using the Sun JVM
6
Click the Apply button to save your settings
7
Restart Internet Explorer
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Quick Connection
Connect Cameras
Connect cameras to the video inputs, starting from input 1.
VID
US
5
34
12
TE
5B
48
VID
RM
VID
VID
VID
VID
A
VID
VID
B
VID
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
ON
M
N
MO
A
Connect Monitors
Connect the video output marked MON A to the Main monitor (digital live, playback and
multiscreens). Connect output marked MON B to the optional Spot monitor (analogue full-screen
images).
Connect the External Devices
If external devices need to be connected to the unit, go to the next section - ‘Connecting external
devices’, before proceeding to Step 4.
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Once the unit is in its final position and any external devices have been fitted and powered, connect
the power to the rear of the unit. The power-up process may take up to one minute. The unit will be
ready to use once it this is complete.
Note:
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Connect Power
The DS2 power supply has a tolerance of 100V to 240V.
VID
VID
VID
VID
VID
VID
16
15
14
13
12
11
0
The unit will now record all cameras in a 24-hour
time-lapse mode without any further programming!
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Connecting external devices
The unit uses 485-Bus networking to interconnect Dedicated Micros products and accessories.
Storage devices can be connected to the SCSI port, and telemetry cameras can be connected to the
serial ports. Devices that can be connected to unit include:
Telemetry cameras
IP Cameras
Storage devices
Ethernet networks
Alarms and Relays
Audio devices
485-Bus devices
Connecting telemetry cameras
The unit supports numerous protocols to control coaxial, serial (RS-232/485) and 485-Bus telemetry.
A remote keyboard can be connected to the unit to gain control of the telemetry function of the
connected camera, refer to Connecting 485 Bus devices.
The telemetry protocol type can be selected within the ‘Camera Setup’ and ‘Serial Telemetry Ports’
menus.
Coaxial Telemetry - Camera Setup Menu.
Serial Telemetry - Serial and Telemetry Ports Menu.
Serial telemetry
The unit currently supports a number of PTZ / dome protocols using serial telemetry, as well as
various RS232 matrix protocols.
Serial telemetry requires a twisted-pair connection from the unit’s serial port to the dome.
Serial telemetry can be either star configured (from the unit serial port to each receiver), or
daisy chained (each receiver is linked (looped) together), or a combination of the two. Therefore
each receiver needs to be addressed according to its camera number - Refer to the receiver
documentation for details.
Note: Daisy chain telemetry configuration works up to 1000m (3200ft). The range using star
configured telemetry is reduced significantly.
Serial telemetry connection
There are four, 9-Way male D-Type serial ports on the unit. Serial 1 and 2 are allocated as full RS232 only, with Serial 3 (BUS A) and 4 (BUS B) able to support RS-232, RS-422 and RS-485.
The 9-Way male D-Type has the following pin connections and RS-232, RS-422, RS-485 pin
allocation:
Note: The serial telemetry connection must be configured for the correct type of dome in the
‘System Options’ menu.
5
1
6
20
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RS232
RS422
RS485
Note: The screen from the cable should be connected to the unit frame.
The RS485 configuration is a bus topology, the maximum distance between the initial piece of
equipment and the last piece is 1200 meters (4000 feet), this distance must not be exceeded. The
bus should be terminated at each end with 120Ω resistor.
Important notice regarding EMC compliance - Use only screened cables when connecting to the
Serial Port(s) of this equipment. The screen should be connected to the chassis of the unit.
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Termination Dip Switches
The termination dip switches ensure the termination on the serial ports is correct. When connecting
485-Bus, RS-422 and RS-485 serial devices to the unit, it is important that the dip switches are set
as follows:
ON
1 2 3 4 5
Switch
1
2
3
4
5
Function
DM485 Bus
Serial 3 RS485 Termination (Tx)
Serial 3 RS422 Termination (Rx)
Serial 4 RS485 Termination (Tx)
Serial 4 RS422 Termination (Rx)
Connecting Storage devices
Images are recorded to the internal hard disk for instant playback and searching by the operator.
The capacity of the internal disk effects the amount of images and time that can be recorded.
For example, a 80GB unit can record for 8 days at default record rates, but a 320GB unit can record
for 31 days at the same record rates.
The internal hard disk is a temporary storage device as the images are constantly being overwritten
after a certain period of time.
If all images need to be kept for longer then external storage is required. The 50-way high density
SCSI-2 port on the rear of the unit is used to connect to external storage devices. The unit can
support multiple external hard disks. To maintain an effective SCSI link, the length of all cabling from
the back of the unit to the last SCSI unit should not exceed 3 metres.
The unit’s operating system will continue to utilise the internal hard disks if the external hard drive
encounters a problem.
There are two types of external storage devices which can be used:
RAID
RAID units contain hard disks which adds to the internal storage, effectively extending the number of
images which can be recorded before being overwritten.
RAID units give protection if a fault occurs. If a disk fails in a RAID the images will continue to record
to another disk in the array. RAID also allows faulty disks to be hot-swapped – replaced whilst the
RAID is powered.
JBOD
JBOD units contain hard disks which adds to the internal storage, effectively extending the number
of images which can be recorded before being overwritten.
Unlike RAID, JBOD units do not offer fault tolerance. Therefore, if a disk fails then the information
held on that disk is lost. The disks in the JBOD are not hot-swapable.
Connecting Multiple external devices
Up to five external storage devices can be daisy chained from the SCSI port on the rear of the unit.
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Each device must have a unique address and the last device on the chain must be terminated.
Check with the device documentation for details of addressing and termination and maximum cable
length.
Connecting to an Ethernet network
The unit includes an enhanced video server allowing remote connectivity across an Ethernet
network. Multiple users can connect simultaneously to the unit to view and control live or recorded
video, download recorded images or review database details.
The unit can be connected to a standard 10/100-baseT Ethernet network and using the viewing
application offers full control of the unit from a remote location.
Network connection
Refer to the Network Options in the Configuration section for full details on how to configure the unit
IP address.
To connect the unit to a network you will need the following items:
•
One RJ-45 network cable (CAT5 or equivalent).
•
A static or DHCP IP address and Subnet mask (if accessed from beyond the LAN, a Default
gateway IP address will also be needed. Consult the network administrator for advice).
Connecting Audio Devices
The unit supports the option to record high quality audio alongside the recorded video images from
cameras 1 & 2. The audio can then be played back in conjunction with the video locally on the
monitor output or via the network connection using the viewing software.
There are two audio channels (Audio 1 and Audio 2) both with Audio IN and Audio OUT connections.
Note: The audio is linked to video inputs. Audio channel 1 records camera one, audio channel 2
records channel 2.
Connecting a pre-amplifier to AUDIO IN
A microphone pre-amplifier will provide a line level 1V pk-pk signal that can be connected to the
RCA socket labelled Audio IN on the unit.
The line level input has the following specification:
Audio IN 47 KΩs input impedance, 1V pk-pk.
Connecting the AUDIO OUT to an amplifier
Connect the RCA socket labelled Audio OUT to an external amplifier or powered loudspeakers (Live
Challenge).
The line level output has the following specification.
Audio OUT
1V pk-pk
Recording audio
Both the Audio in 1 and Audio Out 1 can be enabled for recording.
Once the microphone or pre-amplifier is connected to the unit, enable the option to record audio in
the System Options menu.
It is advised that you test the quality of audio playback as it may be necessary to increase the gain
of the microphone.
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Connecting alarms and relays
The unit supports twenty one alarms and six relays in total. The relays are divided between the 9
Way D-Type (AUX RELAYS) and the screw terminal (R1 / R2). Dry contact alarms can be wired
directly to the alarm connection on the back of the DS2. There are 21 alarm inputs, 20 via the 25
way D connection and one using the Direct Connector (5&6). The Alarm connections are as follows.
Alarm Inputs
Pin
Connection
1 - 20
1 - 20
21 - 25
Ground
13
1
25
14
Terminal
1
2
3
R1
4
5
Alarm Input
6
R2 Direct
-
Direct Connection
5&6
+
All of the relays are configurable within the menus. R4, R5 and R6 can be configured to be triggered
automatically on receipt of any alarm, refer to the Alarm Zone Configuration menu. R1, R2 and R3
can be configured to be automatically triggered; on receipt of an alarm, notification of activity and
notification of camera failure respectively.
Relays
1
2
3
4
5
6
Relay
Pin
Configurable Global Function
R1
1&2
Global Relay
R1
R2 Direct
+
R2
3&4
Global VMD
1
5
Relay
Pin
Configurable Global Function
R3
1&6
Global Camera Fail
R4
2&7
Reserved
R5
3&8
Reserved
R6
4&9
Reserved
-
6
9
Aux Relays
WARNING: The maximum rating of all the relays is 500mA @ 48V, exceeding this load will cause
damage to the relays.
Connecting 485-bus devices
The unit uses the 485-bus networking system to allow multiple units, remote keyboards, alarm
modules, video switchers, and other accessories to be connected together. The total length of the
485-bus network can be up to 1500m (4900ft).
Connecting additional alarm modules
Optional alarm modules (DM/CI01) can be added to the unit to increase the number of alarm inputs.
The unit can support multiple alarm modules connected to the 485-bus.
To add alarms:
1.
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Connect the corresponding alarm contact to the alarm input, i.e. Alarm 2 would be
connected between ground (GND) and A2.
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If multiple alarm modules are required then each will need to be addressed; consult the
alarm module documentation for details.
3.
Connect the 485-bus cable from the alarm module to one of the 485-bus sockets on the
unit.
4.
The polarity of the alarms (normally open/closed) is set in the ‘Alarms and Presets’ menu
page.
The alarm contacts do not have to correspond to the equivalent camera number, for
example alarm 2 could trigger camera 1, 2 and 3 into alarm mode, refer to Alarms and
Presets menu for configuration details.
Note:
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2. An alarm trigger can be programmed to perform any of the following:
Action
Menu page
Close/Open Relay
Alarm Options
Change the record Rate
Alarm Options
Display the alarm camera on Main/Spot Monitor
Alarm Options
Send a camera to a preset position
Alarms & Presets
An example of connecting a remote alarm box to the unit.
Remote
Alarm
Box
Remote
Keyboard
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EVENT
485 bus
COPY
GOTO
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
MODE
LIVE
PLAY
SPOT
MENU
RECORD
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Remote Keyboards
A remote keyboard (DM/KBS3A) can be connected to the unit to provide extra functionality, such as:
•
Remote control from a distance of up to 1500m (490ft).
•
Control of multiple units.
•
Control of on-board telemetry.
•
Jog/Shuttle playback using the joystick.
•
Panic alarm button - activates the system panic alarm zone input on the unit.
The example below shows a remote keyboard connected to a unit:
EVENT
COPY
485 bus
Remote
Keyboard
GOTO
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
MODE
LIVE
PLAY
SPOT
MENU
RECORD
Video Switchers
Video switchers allow multiple units to be controlled from a single pair of monitors. This allows the
flexibility of controlling up to 256 cameras from a single location without having to purchase extra
matrix equipment. The Video Switcher routes the monitors from the unit being controlled to the
operator’s monitors. Up to 16 control positions can have monitor switching.
The example below shows two units controlled from individual control points. The Video Switcher
routes the monitor outputs from the DVR’s to the control points:
Video
Switcher
485 bus
EVENT
COPY
GOTO
485 bus
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
MODE
LIVE
Tip:
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PLAY
SPOT
RECORD
MENU
485 bus
EVENT
COPY
GOTO
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
MODE
LIVE
PLAY
SPOT
MENU
RECORD
Each 485-bus device is supplied with a 2m 485-bus cable. To extend the distance between
devices, two 485-bus junction boxes and 12V-power supply are required. A total distance
for the whole 485-bus network can be up to 1500m (4900ft).
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The DVR supports PPP (Point to Point Protocol) connections via the RS-232 serial port (Serial 1).
This port allows an external modem to be connected to the unit providing a path for outgoing PPP
connections.
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Connecting Dial-up Devices
Remote dial-up
TIP:
To make a dial-up connection in Windows®, Click on Start -> Help, and type in ‘Dial Up’ in
the search window. A description of making a dial-up connection to another PC should be
displayed.
Once the remote computer has been configured to dial-up to the unit, enter the PPP_Link2 IP
address that was allocated to the port on the unit to make a remote dial up connection.
NOTE: The IP address used to dial in to the unit is the IP address used for PPP_Link2.The PPP
IP address used in System Options->Network Settings->PPP Selection is the base PPP IP
Address. The dial in address is one greater than this. Ie if the PPP IP address is defined as
“10.0.0.1”, the PPP IP address required to connect to the unit is “10.0.0.2”.
The unit will request a username and password, as defined in the ‘profiles’ configuration file. The
default settings are ‘username’ and ‘password’.
NOTE: The Username and Password should be changed to maintain security. This is done by
editing the ‘profiles’ configuration file on the unit. For full details on how to do this, see the
Networking Guide, which can be downlaoded from the unit’s web pages (See Operator
Reference section)
Dial out
To make an outgoing PPP connection (to send an email), ensure the unit has been configured to
send an email under specific conditions, that the correct telephone number has been entered in
the profiles file, and that this profile has been configured in the email settings. Email settings are
configured using the embedded web pages and the process is explained in the Networking guide..
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Configuring the unit
Using the Menus
The unit uses an on-screen (OSD) paged menu system to guide users through the installation
process. The integrated web pages allow remote configuration using an internet browser such as
Internet Explorer or Netscape Navigator.
Entering the Menus
There are two types of menu; User and Installer.
User Menu
To enter the User menu tap the Menu key.
Note:
If a password has been set and enabled it will be necessary to enter the User password to
gain access to the menus. This is disabled by default.
The User menu will allows access to the ‘Time, Date & Language’ and ‘Schedule’ menus only.
The user has minimal configuration capabilities, these are to change the time (in minutes only), date
format, language, shutdown the system and set the timezone in the Time, Date and Language menu
and set the schedule options in the Schedule menu
Installer Menu
Navigating the menus
The menus are displayed with options on the left-hand column and settings in the right hand column.
A cursor (highlighted text) can be moved using the cursor keys
on the front panel.
Note:
If a password has been set and enabled it will be necessary to enter the Installer password
to gain access to the menus. This is disabled by default.
Time Date & Language
Time & Date
S 15:38
24/Nov/2005
Date Format
Day, Month
Language
English
System Shutdown
Disabled
Timezone
Greenwich Mean Time GMT +0
To view the next menu
Tap the Menu key to view the next page.
Tip:
Tapping the fwd or rew video keys will allow you to navigate back or forward one page in
the menus.
To exit the menus
Press and hold the Menu key to exit the menus.
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Tapping the Menu key until all the menus have been viewed will also exit.
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1.
Press and hold the Menu key to enter the installer menu. The ‘Time, Date & Language’
page is displayed.
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Example of using the menu to change the time:
Time Date & Language
2.
Time & Date
S 15:38
Date Format
Day, Month
24/Nov/2005
Language
English
System Shutdown
Disabled
Timezone
Greenwich Mean Time GMT +0
The ‘Time & Date’ option will be highlighted use the
button to move to the hours setting.
Time Date & Language
3.
Use the
Time & Date
S 15:38
Date Format
Day, Month
24/Nov/2005
Language
English
System Shutdown
Disabled
Timezone
Greenwich Mean Time GMT +0
button to highlight the minute setting.
Time Date & Language
4.
Time & Date
S 15:38
Date Format
Day, Month
Language
English
System Shutdown
Disabled
Timezone
Greenwich Mean Time GMT +0
Use the
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button to change the settings, in this example 15:45.
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Time Date & Language
5.
Time & Date
S 15:45
Date Format
Day, Month
24/Nov/2005
Language
English
System Shutdown
Disabled
Timezone
Greenwich Mean Time GMT +0
Use the button to return to the left-hand side of the page and select another option. Or
press the Menu key to move to the next menu.
Time Date & Language
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Time & Date
S 15:45
24/Nov/2005
Date Format
Day, Month
Language
English
System Shutdown
Disabled
Timezone
Greenwich Mean Time GMT +0
Note: Navigation is also possible using the optional remote keyboard instead of the cursor keys.
Warning:
Images may be overwritten if the time or date is adjusted whilst recording is in progress.
Tip:
Ensure the timezone is correct before changing the Time.
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Time, Date & Language
Time, Date & Language
Time & Date
15:38 22/11/2005
Date Format
Day, Month
Language
English
System shutdown Disabled
Timezone
Month, Day
See below for full list
Enabled
Greenwich Mean Time GMT +0
Date
As default, the date is entered DD:MM:YYYY, this can be changed using the Date format option
below.
Time
The time should be entered in 24 hour format (HH:MM).
Note:
The Daylight Saving Time setting is indicated by ‘S’ for summertime and ‘W’ for wintertime
Language
The menus on the unit can be displayed in English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Russian,
Czech, Polish, Dutch, Hungarian, Swedish, Croatian, Finnish and Chinese.
System Shutdown
The unit can be shutdown from this menu.
Some menu changes would require the unit to be reset, for example changes within the System
Features menu.
To reset the unit:
key to highlight the ‘System Shutdown’ option.
1.
Use the
2. Select Enable, a prompt will be displayed.
3.
Press and hold the Camera 1 key for 5 seconds. The unit will shutdown, where a prompt will
appear to say you can switch the unit off.
To abort the reset, press the Menu or Mode key.
Note:
Shutting down the unit by any other method will put the integrity of your DVR at risk.
If the unit is shut down in any uncontrolled manor (power off at mains or removing the
power lead) more than 5 times in one hour, it will go into Engineering Bootloader mode for
approximately fifteen minutes and then will reboot in normal mode.
Tip:
The unit can be restarted from the ‘System Shutdown’ option by pressing and holding
Camera 4.
Time Zone
There are numerous time zones supported on the unit, select the zone for where the unit is installed
so the time and date will reflect the local time and will change in conjunction with Daylight Saving
Time.
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Camera Viewing
An option is available to view all cameras or selected cameras. All the cameras are viewed by
default. Cameras removed from viewing do not affect the cameras being recorded.
Camera Viewing
View
All Cameras, Selected Cameras
All Cameras
To change the cameras to be viewed
•
Press the
•
A menu will display the cameras to be viewed.
•
Press the camera button to toggle the camera in or out of the viewed sequence. This
camera will be displayed. A filled box denotes cameras that can be viewed.
Cameras removed from view (covert) are not displayed on the main or spot monitor in live
or playback mode, multiscreen displays will show a blank segment.
Note:
Tip:
cursor button to change the edit field to ‘Selected cameras’.
It is advisable to set a password to stop this setting being altered by unauthorised
personnel.
Camera Viewing
View
Selected Cameras
Use camera keys to edit
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
Note:
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Schedule
A schedule can be used to record selected cameras at different times, change the record rates, and
select whether alarms or activity is enabled.
Schedule
Schedule Type
Timed
Night
On
Weekend
Off
Keyswitch
None
Holiday
Edit
Zone Control, Timed
On Between, 7 Day Timer, Off, On
On Between, Off
Direct, Aux, Module 1-16, None
Schedule type
This determines how the schedule will operate, the options available are:
•
•
Note:
Timed (default) - allows settings to be configured for set times during the day, night and
weekend, and enables or disables the Keyswitch and Holidays options.
Zone Control - This enables or disables Night Zone or Weekend Zone settings.
Enabling Zone Control will override any timed Schedule setting and will switch into Night
or Weekend mode when an alarm is activated. Refer to Zone Configuration for more
information.
Night
The Night option allows times to be configured to determine when the night settings would be
applied.
The options are:
•
On - Night settings would be permanently applied.
•
7 Day Timer - This activates a sub menu where Day and Night times can be allocated, refer
to the 7 Day Timer section.
•
On between - this allows the start and end times to be set when the Night settings will be
applied.
•
Off - When the night option is off the Day settings will be applied at all times (default).
It is possible for a designated remote operator to temporarily override these settings if the unit is
configured to allow this. For more information, refer to Advanced Alarm Settings.
7 day Timer
This sub-menu allows a schedule to be independently set for each day of the week.
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7 Day Timer
Day
Night
Monday
Timed
09:00
18:00
Tuesday
Timed
09:00
18:00
Wednesday
Timed
09:00
18:00
Thursday
Timed
09:00
18:00
Friday
24Hr Day
Saturday
24Hr Night
Sunday
24Hr Day
24 Hr Day
This enables the unit to record using the Day settings at all times.
24Hr Night
This enables the unit to record using the Night settings at all times.
Timed
The schedule will enable the Day settings during a set period and then switch automatically to the
Night settings at a programmed time. The diagram shows that the unit will be active with the Day
settings from 09:00 on Monday until it switches to the Night settings at 18:00. This is repeated each
day until Friday when the settings will be switched to Day then over to Night settings on Saturday
and back to Day on Sunday.
Weekend
The weekend option allows times to be configured to determine when the weekend settings would
be applied.
The options are:
•
On between - this allows the start and end times to be set when the weekend settings will
be applied.
•
Off - When the weekend option is off the weekend setting will never apply.
Keyswitch
The input which activates the keyswitch can be configured for one of the following options:
•
None - There is no keyswitch operation enabled.
•
Direct - The direct input on the rear panel has been allocated as the keyswitch trigger.
•
Aux - The Aux input on the rear panel has been allocated as the keyswitch trigger, select a
contact.
•
Module 01 - Module 16 - select any input on any module to be the keyswitch trigger.
The keyswitch is used to change the unit from one time mode (Day, Night, Weekend) to another
when the input programmed in the settings is activated. If the unit is in Day mode operation, when
the input is received the unit will switch to Night mode. If it is in Night mode the unit will still switch
but it will remain in Night mode. If the unit is in Weekend mode again the unit will switch but remain
Weekend mode.
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•
Day mode - The unit will stay in day mode, and apply day settings.
•
Night mode - The unit will switch to day mode and apply the day mode settings.
•
Note:
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As the keyswitch is switched off. If the unit has been configured for;
Weekend mode - The unit will switch to day mode and apply the day mode settings.
If the Installer has manually configured an individual schedule mode on an alarm zone
different to the rest of the zones or on a camera different to the rest of the cameras
(ignoring 24Hr zones), the option will switch to a read-only field and display Custom.
Holidays
The holiday profile option allows a user to identify alternative schedule settings that will be actioned
on specific dates; this will ensure the system continues to operate during periods when operators
are not present or times where the standard schedule settings are not appropriate, e.g. bank holiday
weekends.
Holidays
Current list
01/02/2006
Profile 1
Delete
New date
01/02/2006
Profile 2
Add
24Hr Day, 24 Hr Night
Profile 1
Timed
Day 09:00
Night 18:00
24Hr Day, 24 Hr Night
Profile 2
Timed
Day 09:00
Night 18:00
24Hr Day, 24 Hr Night
Profile 3
Timed
Day 09:00
Night 18:00
24Hr Day, 24 Hr Night
Profile 10
Timed
Day 09:00
Night 18:00
24Hr Day, 24 Hr Night
Profile
There are ten editable profiles that can be individually configured for activate period and time
settings.
Active Period
The options available are:
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The unit will use the Day settings for the period selected and will
switch to the Night settings at the specified time.
The profile will only use the Day settings for the selected date.
The profile will only use the Night settings for the selected date.
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Standard Recording Schedule
The record rate and the image size determine how long cameras can be recorded for and the
update rate for each camera. Settings can be applied to day, night and weekend schedules.
The maximum record rate for the unit (Standard and Alarm) is 100PPS for PAL standard cameras
and 120PPS for NTSC standard cameras. This rate is spread across all connected cameras.
The screen displayed for the Standard Record settings will depend on whether the Schedule Rate is
enabled and the Schedule function has been enabled for Day, Night and Weekend Operation mode.
With the Schedule Rate function disabled, the record rate is the permanent record rate for the
cameras enabled for recording.
Note:
The standard record rates set for each of the operation modes are the number of pictures
per second across all cameras enabled in standard recording.
Standard Recording Schedule
Units PPS
Record Event Event
rate
rate Active
Day
006
006 Both
Night
006
006 Both
Weekend
006
006 Both
Disabled, Alarms,
Activity, Both
Disabled, Alarms,
Activity, Both
Disabled, Alarms,
Activity, Both
18KB
05-45KB
Image Size
Event
Mode
Unchanged
Unchanged
Unchanged
Medium
Exclusive,
Unchanged, Interleave
Exclusive,
Unchanged, Interleave
Exclusive,
Unchanged, Interleave
Edit
Record Cameras
Edit
No. 5 second events per hour
000
Record Duration
--Days --Hours
Maximum Storage (Protected%)
0000GB(00%)
Earliest unprotected recording
20/Aug/2006 23:55
Units
The settings within this menu can be configured in either the number of Pictures Per Second or
Milliseconds. Using the move the cursor to the PPS option and use to select ms (milliseconds).
Standard and Event PPS
Select a record rate in pictures per second (PPS) to be recorded across all enabled cameras. The
Standard Record rate will be the number of PPS recorded when the unit is in non-alarm mode. The
unit will switch to the Alarm rate when an alarm is triggered.
Note:
The maximum record rate is 25PPS/30PPS (PAL/NTSC) for a single camera.
The default record rate is 6PPS (00167 ms), which is equivalent to a VCR in 24-hour time lapse
mode. For ease of use the following table demonstrates the equivalent record rates of a typical VCR
time-lapse mode.
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Recording Rates
Note:
VCR time-lapse
Digital Sprite
milliseconds
mode (hours)
record rate (pps)
(ms)
3 (2)
25 (30)
40 (33)
12
12
83
24
6
167
48
3
333
72
2
500
168
1
1000
Figures in brackets are for NTSC systems.
To work out the update rate per camera (the number of seconds before the camera is updated)
divide the number of cameras included in the standard record setting by the selected record rate
(PPS). For example, 16 cameras with a standard record setting of 6PPS will be:
Update Rate (seconds) = Number of cameras/PPS =16/6 = 2.67 Secs
To reduce the time between the camera being updated you will need to increase the record rate
(PPS), or switch to milliseconds where you will specify the time between each image. This will
result in an increase in the number of recorded images, however this will reduce the recording time
available on the internal hard drive.
Events Active
Select whether the alarms and activity are On or Off for day, night and weekend schedules.
Note:
If any of the cameras or zones have been changed so the individual settings (day, night,
weekend) are different to the other cameras within the group then the Events Active option
will display ‘Custom’ to show that the settings are different.
The Standard Record menu will change if the Schedule Rates option within the Record Options
menu is disabled. The day, night and weekend settings will be replaced with Rate setting which will
allow permanent fixed rates to be set for the standard record rate and the event record rate.
Note:
This also applies to the Variable Record Schedule.
Event Mode
This allows exclusive or interleave recording to be selected within any of the operating modes (Day,
Night, Weekend) and used to adjust the record sequence when an alarm is received. The options for
event recording are:
Unchanged – This sets the record sequence to remain the same whether an alarm is present or not.
Exclusive – The unit will only record the alarm cameras.
Interleaved – This will set the unit to record the alarm cameras more frequently than non-alarm
cameras, by interleaving the two i.e. if camera 1 is in alarm the interleave recording would
be 1213141516…
By using event interleave, it is possible to keep the record rate constant but effectively
Note:
increase the speed of alarm or activity recording.
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Image Size
The unit supports both JPEG and MPEG-4 compression for high quality recording and image
display. Images recorded using the standard recording settings are stored in JPEG format. The
settings applied to these images are configurable.
The image size has two configurable parameters, File Size and Image Resolution.
The file size setting can be configured between 5 to 45 KB. This determines the size of the images
that will be stored on the hard drive. A larger file size allows more detail to be included in the
recorded video and provides higher picture quality, however this also means that the hard disk will
be filled faster and images will be overwritten sooner.
The image resolution setting has been included to allow the most appropriate image resolution to be
configured in line with the selected file size. The image resolution is the number of pixels captured
in each image. To Edit the JPEG image resolution highlight Edit to display the JPEG Image size
screen.
Note:
When the High, Medium or Low options are highlighted the screen will display information
on where the JPEG image alias is used, i.e. JPEG profiles 1 to 12.
Typical Settings
Image Quality
File Size (KB)
Low
14KB
Med
18KB
High
25KB
Standard Recording
The standard recording resolution can be selected from the high, medium or low options. When
selected this will be reflected on the Standard Record Schedule screen.
Alias
This allows the alias High, Medium and Low settings to be configured in line with the selected
recording resolutions, these are also used for viewing. When the alias is highlighted the screen will
display which of the JPEG profiles the alias is used in and therefore will affect.
Resolution
This identifies the resolution for the alias being configured, the options are: 176x128, 352x256,
704x256 or 704x512.
Size
This is the image size for the alias being configured and can be set from 5KB to 45KB.
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The resolution and size settings should be tested to ensure the most appropriate recordings
are produced which fit the customer and storage requirements for the system.
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JPEG Image Size
High. Medium, Low
Standard recording
High
Alias
Resolution
Size
High
704x512
25KB
Medium
704x256
18KB
Low
352x256
08KB
Record Cameras
Each camera can be individually included or excluded from the standard record settings.
Using the button to highlight the Record cameras option and press
Cameras menu.
to enter the Record
Use the corresponding camera key to select/deselect the camera, a blank box indicates the camera
is not included in the record sequence.
Note:
You can also use this menu to configure which cameras are included in the variable rate
recording, which is covered in a later section of this manual.
No. 5 second events per hour
This parameter enables accurate calculation of recording capacity of the DS2. Enter the expected
number of 5 second events that will be recorded during an hour. The system will use this estimate to
calculate the expected hard disk usage.
Record Duration
This will show an estimate of the number of days and hours before the recorded images on the
hard disc will be overwritten. The maximum record time is read only and will be displayed when the
record or alarm rate (day or night) is highlighted. It will be automatically calculated by the unit when
the standard or alarm record rate is changed, the maximum recording time will not include the audio
if enabled.
Tip:
Reducing the file size (KB) or record rate (PPS) will increase the maximum recording time.
Maximum storage (protected %)
The maximum storage setting is read only. This displays the total video storage, in Gigabytes (GB),
along with the percentage of video storage that is protected from being overwritten.
Note:
The calculations for recording time assume there is no protected video. Video that is
protected will need to be manually unprotected in the ‘Image Protection’ menu before it can
be used for recording again.
Earliest unprotected recording
The earliest unprotected recording displays the date and time of the first image on the disk that has
not been protected.
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Camera Profile Selector
MultiMode recording offers the ability to set different recording rates, resolutions and compression
across scheduled, normal and alarm modes, or to mix a standard setting for many cameras with
individual settings for particular cameras and time of day. By varying the quality (bitrate) of the
recorded image, users can increase recording capability of the unit.
The unit provides a Profile Wizard via the web pages which guides you through the configuration of
MultiMode in simple steps. It can also be configured using the OSD.
Camera Profile Selector
Camera
Camera 01
Day
Night
Weekend
Record Operation
Off
Profile
Standard
Normal Profile
N/A
MPEG05
N/A
N/A, <Profile>
Event Profile
N/A
MPEG04
N/A
N/A, <Profile>
Units
PPS
Pre-trigger rate
00 PPS
Pre-trigger time
000 Secs
Profile Description
2CIF MED
Profile Parameters
704x256
25PPS
Off, Standard, Profile
High 02
Units
The settings within this menu can be configured in either the number of Pictures Per Second or
Milliseconds. Using the move the cursor to the PPS option, use to select ms (milliseconds).
Note:
Use milliseconds to take less than 1 picture per second.
Record Operation
This allows the record, alarm rate and alarm pictures to be determined when variable recording is
enabled. The options available are:
•
Off - Camera not recording.
•
Standard - uses settings applied within the Standard Record menu.
•
Profile - allows an individual profile to be selected for each camera
Normal Profile
Note: This is only active when the Record Operation is set to Profile.
This identifies the recording profile for the unit in non-alarm (normal) mode. Use the
scroll through the available options, these are:
keys to
MPEG01 to MPEG12
JPEG01 to JPEG12
When this option is highlighted additional information will display on the screen and it is also
possible to access the edit profile screen by pressing the PLAY button, see below for more
information.
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If the unit is to be used for alarm recording only you will need to select a JPEG profile in the
normal profile setting and set the pictures per second of that profile to 0PPS. MPEG allows
the PPS to be set between 1 to 25PPS (30PPS NTSC).
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Note: Event Profile
Select the profile recording that is to be applied when the unit switches to event recording mode,
again the options available are:
MPEG01 to MPEG12
JPEG01 to JPEG12
When this option is highlighted additional information will be displayed on the screen and it is
also possible to access the edit profile screen by pressing the PLAY button, see below for more
information.
Pre-trigger rate
This determines the rate the images will be continuously recorded into the pre-alarm memory and
are available for enhanced pre-alarm recording. Select a record rate in PPS (or ms) to be recorded
on the camera being configured.
Pre-trigger time
It is possible to specify the amount of pre-alarm recording that will be captured and added to the
alarm recording to be stored when an alarm is triggered
Profile Description
When a profile is highlighted, its associated description will be displayed.
Profile Parameters
The resolution, PPS and quality setting of the highlighted profile will be displayed.
Editing Recording Profiles
Each of the selectable profiles can be edited to suit the requirements of the particular application.
The standard profiles give a broad range that will suit most applications. To edit a Recording profile,
select the profile name onscreen and press the play button.
JPEG Profile Parameters
Units
The Units option can be set to pictures per second or millisecond.
Profile
This identifies the profile that is being configured and can not be selected.
Description
It is possible to allocate a description to each of the profiles to allow the Operator to easily identify
the selected profile, use information that is relevant to the settings.
Resolution
The resolution can be select from High, Medium or Low. The corresponding resolution settings can
be changed by selecting the Edit option which will display the JPEG Image sizes screen.
Record rate
This identifies the record rate for the selected profile and can be from 00 PPS to 25PPS (PAL) or
30PPS (NTSC) (40ms PAL or 33ms NTSC). For record rates of less than 1PPS use the milliseconds
option which allows settings of 1000ms to 99999ms. Selecting 00PPS will create a dummy profile
that will not record. Use this dummy profile as a Normal Profile for event recording only.
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MPEG Profile Parameters
Profile
This identifies the profile that is being configured and can not be changed.
Description
It is possible to allocate a description to each of the profiles to allow the Operator to easily identify
the selected profile, use information that is relevant to the settings.
Image size
This identifies the pre-configured image size for the MPEG profile being configured and can not be
edited.
MPEG Quality
NOTE: It is recommended that this setting be left at the default Constant Bit Rate. Selecting any
other setting is for specialist configuration and could result in high bit rate throughput which
would require high storage requirements or low quality recorded images and should be
carefully configured and tested. The highest MPEG quality setting is 02, decreasing in steps
to 31, the lowest quality setting. This offers a wide range of quality settings.
Select the MPEG quality that will be associated with this profile, the options are:
Constant Bit Rate (default) High 02 - High 12 Medium 13 - Medium 22 Low 23 - Low 31 Recommended. Sets the recording bit rate to a constant making
the record duration predictable.
High quality settings providing high quality recorded images but
would also produce larger storage requirements.
Medium quality images with average storage requirements.
Lower quality images but reduces the data and therefore the
storage requirements.
MPEG Bitrate
This option is active when Constant Bit Rate is selected in the MPEG Quality option. Set the bit rate
in Kbits/s, this can be from 8Kbits/s to 8192Kbits/s.
Record Rate
This identifies the record rate for the selected profile and can be from 01 PPS to 25PPS (30PPS
NTSC).
I-Frame Interval
MPEG-4 compression uses I and P frames. MPEG recording uses a ‘reference’ frame at a
designated interval, called an I-Frame, and then records the difference between that frame and the
next image. This reduces the amount of space required for storing video. The image can deteriorate
if this interval is too great. The I-frame interval is the period between the ‘reference’ frames.
This option allows the system administrator to determine how often the I-frame will be recorded
within the selected profile.
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Network Options
This option allows you to configure the Network connection on the unit.
Network Options
Disabled, Enabled
DHCP
Disabled
TCP/IP address
172.016.080.007
Subnet mask
255.255.000.000
Default gateway
000.000.000.000
More Network Options
Edit
Remote Reporting
Enabled Edit
Disabled, Enabled
Email Settings
Enabled Edit
Disabled, Enabled
SMS Settings
Enabled Edit
Disabled, Enabled
Web Cam Settings
Enabled Edit
Disabled, Enabled
Firewall
Edit
DHCP
The unit needs a unique IP address and subnet mask to communicate over a network.
The unit can be installed in a DHCP network environment where an IP address, subnet mask and
default gateway will be automatically allocated from the network DHCP Server. This is enabled by
default.
Disabling this option requires a static IP address and subnet mask be manually configured.
NOTE:
A DHCP address is temporary and can change, therefore it is recommended that the unit be
allocated a fixed (permanent) IP address, subnet mask and default gateway. Alternatively
power up with DHCP enabled and once an address has been assigned disable DHCP. The
assigned IP address will then be permanent.
TCP/IP Address, Subnet mask, Default gateway
This allows a permanent IP address, subnet mask and default gateway to be allocated to the unit.
On an existing network this information is often obtained from the network Administrator. A Default
gateway will be required if the unit is to be accessed from a remote location, such as via a WAN or
dial-up using a router.
Note: DHCP must be disabled to configure a static IP address.
More Network Options
This submenu allows advanced network settings to be configured.
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More Network Options
Bandwidth selection
Edit
PPP selection
Edit
Viewing Resolutions
Edit
Secondary web server port
0000
Primary DNS
000.000.000.000
Secondary DNS
000.000.000.000
0000-9999
Bandwidth Selection
It is possible to set maximum limits for the bandwidth utilisation on the Network port of the unit.
Bandwidth Selection
Force 10 BaseT operation
Disabled
Type
LAN
Max Trans Rate
010000 KBits/Sec
Tx Image Buffers
3
Ethernet MTU
1500
Ethernet re-tx t/o
0250ms
Disabled, Enabled
CUSTOM, LAN, WAN, ISDN
000001-100000KBits/S
1-3
576 - 1515
0000 - 5000ms
Force 10 BaseT Operation
The unit supports a 10/100Mbps auto detecting connection, however this option forces the network
port on the unit to be a 10BaseT connection if the local hub/switch requires this.
Type
The unit can be configured for a specific value or it can be set to a default network setting, for
example a WAN connection would automatically set the speed of the network port to 32Kbytes/
second.
This will ensure the speed of the data from the unit does not exceed the speed of the network
connection.
The options available are:
CustomThis will allow the Administrator to select specific values.
ISDN This will set the maximum transmission rate to 64KBits/second for remote network
connection via an ISDN link, it will also automatically alter the transmit image buffers and
Ethernet re-transmit timeout.
WAN
This will set the maximum transmission rate to 256KBits/second, and automatically alter the
transmit image buffers and Ethernet re-transmit timeout.
LAN
This will set the maximum transmission rate to 010000KBits/second for a local network
connection, and automatically alter the transmit image buffers and Ethernet re-transmit
timeout.
Max Transmission Rate
This is a read only setting and shows the maximum transmission speed for the type of network
selected.
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If Custom is selected in the Type option, it is possible to configure this setting between
000000 Kbits/s and 100000 Kbits/s.
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Note:
Transmission Image Buffer
This is a read only setting and shows the buffer size for the network type selected.
Note:
If Custom is selected in the Type option, it is possible to configure this setting to 1, 2 or 3.
Ethernet MTU
The Ethernet MTU (Maximum Transmission Unit) is the largest physical packet size, measured
in bytes, that a network can transmit. Any messages larger than the MTU are divided into smaller
packets before being sent.
Every network has a different MTU, which is set by the Network Administrator. Ideally, the MTU
should be the same as the smallest MTU of all the networks between your machine and the final
destination. If the MTU figure is too large they will be broken up (fragmented), which slows down
transmission speeds, and in some cases cause a ‘Connection to Unit Timed Out’ message when
using DM Network Viewing Software.
MTU sizes can vary for each connection and it may be necessary to use trial and error to find the
optimal MTU. Suggested MTU sizes are as follows; Dedicated Micros recommend you obtain this
information from your Internet Service Provider who will provide you with the optimal figure.
Maximum Transmission Unit
Network Connection
PPP (ISDN/PSTN routers)
Ethernet
MTU Size
576
1500 (default)
PPPoE (PPP over Ethernet, ADSL, Cable)
1458
PPPoA (PPP over ATM, ADSL)
1458
VPN
1350
Warning:
Changing the MTU size can have adverse affects on the transmission speed and operation
over the network. Contact your network administrator for advice on MTU sizes for the
network.
Ethernet Re-transmit Timeout
The Ethernet Re-transmit timeout is the time the unit will wait to re-send a network packet if an
acknowledgement is not received. When making a connection across WAN link, this figure should
match the timeout figure for the router. Your Network Administrator can provide this information.
PPP Selection
The unit supports Point to Point Protocol, this menu allows the PPP settings to be configured.
Note:
It is necessary to edit the ‘profiles.ini’ file for PPP to function. This section will allow basic
configuration of this file. Refer to the Network Guide for more information.
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PPP Selection
Base PPP IP address
010.001.001.241
PPP Link 1 IP address
010.000.000.001
PPP Link 2 IP address
010.000.000.002
PPP idle line timeout
180 Seconds
PPP link down timer
02 Minutes
Disabled, Enabled
000 - 500 Seconds
00 - 60 Minutes
PPP IP
Enter the IP address allocated to the PPP functionality. Use the
the available numbers.
NOTE:
and
buttons to scroll through
The IP address defined here is the base PPP IP address. The IP address used for dial in to
the PPP_Link2 is one greater than this ie if a PPP IP address is defined as “10.0.0.1” in the
PPP Selection menu, the IP address associated with PPP_Link2 is “10.0.0.2”.
PPP Link 1 & 2 IP addresses
These are read only parameters and identify the outgoing (alarm notification) and incoming (remote
viewing) IP address for the PPP function. The Outgoing IP address will automatically take the IP
address set in the Base IP address section. The incoming IP address will be the next consecutive
IP address in the sequence, example 10.0.0.1 base IP address will be the outgoing IP address, the
incoming IP address will be 10.0.0.2.
PPP Idle Line Timeout
This is the time the unit will wait before disconnecting the PPP link if no data is being transmitted or
received.
PPP Link Down Timer
This is the time the unit will wait before dropping the PPP connection should it be lost.
Viewing Resolutions
Network Viewing Resolutions
MPEG
JPEG
Standard recording
High
High Viewing
MPEG 12
704x256 25KB
Medium Viewing
MPEG 05
352x256 18KB
Low Viewing
MPEG 08
352x256 08KB
Description
2CIF MED
Parameters
704x256
0090Kb/s
02PPS
Standard Recording
This shows the system standard recording format as previously configured, this option is read only
and can not be edited.
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Select from the list the MPEG viewing profile when the High option is selected in either the NetVu
ObserVer software or on the Live viewing page. Alongside the profile the associated image
resolution and file size for JPEG viewing will be displayed, these cannot be edited in this menu, this
is changed in the JPEG Profile page.
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High Viewing
Medium Viewing
Select from the list the MPEG viewing profile when the Medium option is selected in either the NetVu
ObserVer software or on the Live viewing page.
Low Viewing
Select from the list the MPEG viewing profile when the Low option is selected in either the NetVu
ObserVer software or on the Live viewing page.
Description
This displays the description of the MPEG profile as previously configured.
Parameters
These are the parameters for the highlighted MPEG profile, the example shows that the image
resolution for MPEG 12.
Secondary Web Server Port
The unit can be configured to send video via a web port. If the standard web port (80) is already
utilised on the network, it is possible to configure a secondary web server port.
To view the device, via a web browser, using the secondary web port, you will need to enter the
following in the internet web address section or the unit viewing software;
http://<IP Address of the unit>:<secondary web port number>
For example of the secondary web address allocated is 8000, with an IP address of 172.16.1.2 then
the entry would be: http://172.16.1.2:8000.
Primary DNS
The unit supports Domain Name Server allowing the unit to reference other devices by their name
rather than the IP address. Enter the IP address of the primary DNS server.
Secondary DNS
The Secondary DNS Server is a back up server in case the primary server fails. Enter the IP
address of the secondary server.
Remote Reporting
The unit supports remote alarm monitoring and can configured to automatically carry out actions to
notify the remote station of events. This menu configures the remote reporting.
Note:
It is recommended that the Remote Reporting feature be configured via the Web interface,
refer to the Networking Guide for full configuration information.
Email Settings
If the unit has been configured to transmit e-mails on alarm, camera fail, etc. It is necessary to
configure the e-mail settings.
Note:
It is recommended that the Email Settings option be configured via the Web interface, refer
to the Networking Guide for full configuration information.
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SMS Settings
The unit can be configured to send SMS messages under specific circumstances; alarm, system
startup, etc.
This menu allows the SMS settings to be configured to allow the messages to be transferred to the
SMS Server.
Note:
It is recommended that the SMS Setting option be configured via the Web interface, refer to
the Networking Guide for full configuration information.
Web Cam Settings
Any of the video inputs on the unit can be made available and transmitted via FTP to a web serving
device. These images can then be incorporated into a web page and accessed via a standard web
browser.
Note:
It is recommended that the Web Cam Settings be configured via the Web interface, refer to
the Networking Guide for full configuration information.
Firewall Options
The unit supports enhanced network features, the firewall option adds security to the system. It
ensures only authorised users gain access to the unit by utilising IP address and port filtering.
Note:
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Alarm Options
The Alarm Options menu provides the ability to configure parameters that are non specific to camera
inputs.
Alarm Options
Set period, Indefinitely
Protect alarm period
Set period
000 days
Main alarm display
Sequence
Alarm
Spot alarm display
last
Both
Alarm buzzer
No
No, Yes
Camera fail buzzer
No
No, Yes
Relays
Edit
Advanced alarms
Enabled
Alarm zone config
Edit
General contacts
Edit
Edit
Protect Alarm Period
It is possible to automatically protect alarm recordings to ensure these images are not overwritten
and remain in the hard drive of the unit. The images can be protected for a set period of time (after
which they will be automatically overwritten) or indefinitely.
NOTE:
Protecting images reduces the amount of space on the hard disk and subsequently affects
the storage capacity allocated to normal recordings. Only keep protected images for as long
as necessary.
Main and Spot Alarm Display
When an event occurs (Alarm, Activity or Both) on the unit it is possible to determine how the alarm
images can be viewed by the Operator. The options available are;
Main alarm display (MON A)
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Last - If a number of alarms are triggered at the same time, the last alarm image will be
displayed on the monitor.
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Sequence - This will display all alarm images in a sequence.
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Multiscreen - If an alarm is triggered the unit will automatically switch to a multiscreen
display to allow all alarmed video inputs to be viewed.
Spot alarm display (MON B)
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Last - If a number of alarms are triggered at the same time, the last alarm image will be
displayed on the monitor.
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Sequence - This will display all alarm images in a sequence.
These settings can be applied for alarm triggers, activity detection, both or alternatively the option
can be disabled by selecting Off.
Alarm Buzzer
The unit has a built in alarm buzzer which can be configured to trigger when an alarm is received on
the unit.
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Camera Fail Buzzer
The unit has a built in buzzer which can be enabled to be automatically triggered if any of the video
inputs no longer detects the 1Volt pk-pk signal.
This buzzer can be enabled or disabled within this menu, by default the option is disabled.
Relays
It is possible to configure any of the on-board relays or the additional modules to automatically
trigger under specific conditions. The ‘Schedule notification’, ‘Primary signal failure’ and ‘Weekend
notification’ relays only become available when Advanced Alarms are enabled.
Relay Setup
Global alarm
Aux
Relay 1
Aux, Module 1, Module 2, None
Global VMD
Aux
Relay 2
Aux, Module 1, Module 2, None
Global camera fail
Aux
Relay 3
Aux, Module 1, Module 2, None
Schedule notification
Aux
Relay 4
Aux, Module 1, Module 2, None
Primary signal failure
Aux
Relay 5
Aux, Module 1, Module 2, None
Weekend notification
Aux
Relay 6
Aux, Module 1, Module 2, None
Relay test
Edit
Global alarm
It is possible to configure any of the AUX alarm contacts or the additional relay modules to be
automatically triggered when a global alarm is identified on the system.
Global VMD
It is possible to configure any of the AUX alarm contacts or the additional relay modules to be
automatically triggered when the system is notified of global VMD.
Global Camera fail
The unit can identify when any of the camera input signals goes below the required 1 Volt peak-topeak. It is possible to configure any of the AUX alarm contacts or the additional relay modules to be
automatically triggered when the system identifies camera fail.
Schedule notification
The unit can identify a switch between operating modes (Day, Night, Weekend). The schedule
notification relay is closed when the unit is switched out of Day operation mode. Any of the AUX
relays or the additional relay modules can be selected.
Primary signal failure
The unit can be configured to transmit alarm notification to a remote monitoring station. This
notification normally will go via the primary route as configured. If for any reason this fails it is
possible to configure the unit to automatically trigger this relay to give notification of this failure. Any
of the AUX relays or the additional relay modules can be selected.
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This option allows the unit to notify the Operator that the unit has been switched into weekend
operation mode by automatically closing the relay output when this occurs. Any of the AUX relays or
the additional relay modules can be selected.
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Relay test
The relay test option provides access to a submenu where any of the relays (on-board and
additional relay module) can be tested, i.e. manually triggered.
Highlight the relay test option and select Edit, this will display the submenu.
Relay Test
Relay Test
1
Module 2
2
3
4
5
Relay 1
6
7
8
Off
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
Move the cursor to the Aux section and press to switch between the Aux and Module option (the
Module option is displayed however if the module is not detected the screen will identify this).
Highlight the relay option and select the relay to be tested by using the or buttons. To test the
relay, highlight the On / Off option and press or to trigger the relay. The corresponding box will
be blank if the relay is off or filled if the relay is on.
NOTE:
If the relay has been configured as the relay for the default functions the menu will identify
this by displaying ‘In Use’ alongside the relay and will not give the option to test the relay.
Advanced Alarms
These advanced alarm features support functions required for detector activated CCTV systems and
ensure that mandatory specifications as outlined in the British Standard BS8418 are available for
remote video installations that require a level one Police response (effectively immediately).
Note:
When one of the relay modules is selected, the number of relays for test will increase to 16.
Note:
This feature is disabled by default. Once enabled, the time parameters for Alarm Entry
Timer, Alarm Exit Timer, Relays and the ability to force the unit into Day, Night or Weekend
modes become available.
Advanced Alarms
Alarm entry timer
030 sec
000 - 999 sec
Alarm exit timer
030 sec
000 - 999 sec
Forced Day
Disabled
Disabled, Enabled
Forced Night
Disabled
Disabled, Enabled
Forced Weekend
Disabled
Disabled, Enabled
Alarm Entry Timer
The alarm entry timer is the time interval between an entry initiator being activated and alarms being
triggered. This timer will allow a key holder to enter the premises and have sufficient time to disable
the alarm system without triggering an alarm. This is set in seconds.
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Alarm Exit Timer
The exit timer is the time allocated to allow the key holder time to leave the premises once the
keyswitch has been activated, if the alarm system detects a presence after the exit timer elapses
then alarms will be triggered.
Forced Day, Night, Weekend
The unit supports three operating modes which by default are set as Day, Night and Weekend. Each
operating mode can be configured with different recording and alarm settings. This option enables
the ‘Force’ buttons on the unit web interface to be active allowing a remote user (with the correct
username and password) to access the unit via the web pages and force the unit into another
operating mode for a set time period
Tip:
For more information on the web interface refer to the unit Networking Guide.
Alarm Zone Config
An alarm zone logically groups alarms and initiates actions when an alarm is activated. Each Alarm
Zone can be individually configured within this menu.
Alarm Zone Configuration
Zone
030 sec
Zone 01 Activation
030 sec
Zone 01 settings
Disabled
Zone 01 actions
Disabled
Primary camera Zone 01
Disabled
Select zone 01 camera
000 - 999 sec
Selected cameras, All cameras
Zone
There are 32 zones that can be individually configured and allocated actions. Use the
buttons to scroll through the zones.
or
Pre-Configured Zones
There are a number of pre-configured zones that have the following functions, however these can
be re-configured if required.
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Zone 1 to 16 - Camera Alarms.
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Zone 30 - Disk Low.
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Zone 31 - Disk Full.
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Zone 32 - Panic Alarm.
Zone Activation
Each zone can be scheduled to be always enabled (24Hr) or individually activated during the day,
night and at weekends.
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Zone Activation
Activation Type
Schedule Activation
Active
Day
Night
24 Hour Activation
Weekend
Schedule Activation
This allows the Operator to configure when an alarm will be active, i.e. active during Day and
Weekend but inactive at Night.
Move the cursor to the required setting and press the
Night or Weekend options.
or
to include or exclude from the Day,
24Hr Activation
This would be the setting for alarms that do not want to change at any time and will remain as
programmed, for example the Panic Alarm.
Note:
Setting this option overrides the Event Active setting determined in the Standard Recording
Schedule.
Zone Settings
Each zone is allocated standard settings which can be modified to suit the requirement of the
system.
Note:
Select the Zone to be configured before entering the Zone Settings menu.
Zone 01 Settings
Title
Zone 01
Pre-Alarm time
002 secs
000 - 999 sec
Alarm Duration
010 secs
000 - 999 sec
Zone Alarm Input
No contact
Zone OR Input
No contact
Zone AND Input
No contact
Zone NOT Input
No contact
Title
A 24 character title can be allocated to each zone, this information is stored within the event
database therefore a name with significance is recommended.
Pre-Alarm Time
This is the period of time, prior to the alarm start that will be included along with the alarm recording
for archive. These images will be protected from being overwritten with the alarm images.
The unit places a ‘marker’ in the regular recording that acts as the start of the pre-alarm recording,
the number of images available will be dependant on the pre-alarm time set.
Note:
If recording is not enabled there may not be any images on the disk. If pre-alarm recording
is required, ensure recording is enabled.
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Alarm Duration
This is the minimum time period in seconds from the start of the alarm that will be protected from
being overwritten. This time will include the alarm trigger, the pulse extension and any post alarm
recording (if applicable). This does not include the pre-alarm images.
Rate
PPS
Alarm
Starts
Alarm
Ends
Event PreAlarm
Regular recording
Enhanced Pre-alarm
Event Recording
Pulse Extension
(protected)
Post Alarm
Recording
Time
Alarm Duration
Event Duration
Zone Alarm Input
Zones are groupings of alarm inputs. The zones allow an installer to arrange the inputs into a logical
order to allow a faster response.
This determines what input or system function will trigger the zone alarm. The options available are:
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No Contact - Default setting.
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Keywords - This allows keywords configured as an event trigger for a camera in the Text
Insertion Setup menu to be used as a zone trigger.
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Presets - When an alarm is triggered and a camera is sent to a preset position. It is possible
to use this to trigger a zone alarm input. This is used in conjunction with the Alarms and
Presets menu.
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VMD - If a camera has been configured for VMD or activity, it is possible to use this to
trigger an alarm zone. This is used in conjunction with ‘Activity Camera Setup’.
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System - There are a number of system features that can be used to trigger an alarm,
these include Panic, Disk low, Disk Full, Disk Low, Disk Fault (a disk failure and can be
configured to use the disk fault notification as a zone trigger), Fault Archive (if the automatic
archive process to either the internal CD/DVD writer or to an FTP server fails, the unit can
be configured to use failure notification as a zone trigger) and Slow Archive (will identify
when the continuous archive process is slow and use an alarm trigger to help ensure that
recorded images are not overwritten before being archived).
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General - These contacts are configured in the General Contacts section.
Zone OR Input
The Zone OR Input identifies an alternative input that can also be used to trigger the zone alarm.
This means an alarm trigger can be received on zone alarm input or the zone OR input for the unit
to initiate the alarm actions. The allocated alarm trigger can be any of these options; Aux, Module 1,
VMD, Presets, System.
Zone AND Input
An alarm trigger must be received on both the zone alarm input and the zone AND input for the unit
to initiate the alarm actions. The allocated alarm trigger can be any of these options; Aux, Module 1,
VMD, Presets, System.
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The unit will only issue the alarm actions if the trigger is received on the zone alarm input and not on
the Zone NOT input. The allocated alarm trigger can be any of these options; Aux, Module 1, VMD,
Presets, System.
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Notes on Zone Alarm Input, OR, AND, NOT Inputs
The following example shows how the unit uses the OR, AND and NOT settings when all three
parameters are configured:
Example
With the functions set to the following alarm inputs:
Base Input (Alarm Input) = Aux contact 1
OR input = Aux contact 2
AND input = Aux contact 3
NOT input = Aux contact 4
Result = [(Alarm1 OR Alarm 2) AND Alarm 3] NOT Alarm 4
The example translates into; an alarm must be received on input 1 AND input 3 but NOT on input 4
OR an alarm must be received on input 2 AND input 3 but NOT on input 4.
Be aware if an alarm is received on input 4 under the above circumstances the event will not be
triggered.
Zone Actions
This identifies the actions that will be allocated to the zone being configured.
Note:
The actions are spread over three pages.
Zone 01 Actions
Zone on entry route
Enabled
Enabled, Disabled
Zone on exit route
Disabled
Enabled, Disabled
Entry initiator
Disabled
Enabled, Disabled
Exit initiator
Disabled
Enabled, Disabled
Text only Alarm
Disabled
Enabled, Disabled
Page
This will scroll through all the available actions, there are three pages of actions. Use the
buttons to scroll through the pages.
or
Zone on Entry Route
This is part of the Advanced Alarm Features and will create deferred alarms while the entry time is
active in compliance with BS8418, the British Standard for remote monitoring stations.
There will be specific alarm areas associated with the entry route, if someone enters the specified
alarm areas during the entry count down process the alarm will not be triggered allowing the
operator to reach the keyswitch to switch the system into an operating mode where the deferred
alarms are disabled. Diverting from the entry route during the count down will result in the alarm
being triggered immediately.
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Zone on Exit Route
This feature is similar to the zone on entry option, but works in the reverse, this allocates an exit
route from the keyswitch to the exit allowing an operator to enable the alarm system for the premises
and allow them to pass through the specified alarm areas without triggering the alarm, in compliance
with BS8418, the British Standard for remote monitoring stations. Diversion from the exit route will
result in an alarm being triggered immediately. This feature is only available when Advanced Alarms
are enabled.
Entry Initiator
This is part of the Advanced Alarm Features and when activated will trigger the entry timer. This is
the count down timer that will automatically start when the entry initiator is triggered (e.g. front door)
and works in conjunction with the entry route to ensure the alarm system is not activated by other
alarm triggers on the entry route for this set time.
Exit Terminator
Once the keyswitch is switched on the alarm system will wait for the exit timer to expire to ensure
everyone has exited the building via the exit routes. This timer can be terminated earlier by
triggering an exit terminator, e.g. closing the front door
Zone 01 Actions
Both, Standard, Variable, None
Change Record Rate
Both
Create Database Entry
Enabled
Enabled, Disabled
Connect on Alarm
Enabled
Enabled, Disabled
Archive Alarms
Enabled
Enabled, Disabled
Protect Alarm Images
Enabled
Enabled, Disabled
Change Record Rate
This allows the record rate to be switched to the alarm rate when the zone is active.
The options available are:
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Standard - switches cameras enabled for standard recording to the alarm record rate.
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Variable - switches cameras enabled for variable recording to the alarm record rate.
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Note:
Both - applies to both the variable and standard recording of the selected camera.
When Both is selected the record rates set in the standard and variable record menus will
be added, i.e. if standard is set to 6PPS for 6 cameras (1PPS per camera) and the variable
is set to 3PPS, then that camera will record at 4PPS.
Create Database Entry
An alarm entry will be added to the event database. The zone title will be used as part of the entry
information.
Connect on Alarm
The unit will automatically connect to the remote alarm monitoring station. This features is useful in
applications where remote monitoring of multiple sites is required.
Note:
The remote reporting settings must be configured and the viewing application must be
enabled to receive remote alarm video, for more details refer to the Networking Guide.
Archive Alarms
This will force the unit to automatically download the alarm images via FTP to a central FTP Server
or directly to a local CD.
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If the recorded alarm images are to be automatically protected (indefinitely or for a set period) then
the ‘Protect Alarm Images’ option must be enabled.
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Zone 01 Actions
Close Relay
No Relay
No relay, Module 1, Aux Relay 1
Record Still Image
Disabled
Disabled, Enabled
Email Image
Enabled
Email Image Res.
Thumbnail
Goto Camera Preset
Disabled
Apply Zone 01 Actions to
Zone 2
Enabled, Disabled
Low Res, Medium Res, High Res
Enabled, Disabled
Zone 02 - 32, All Zones
Close Relay
It is possible to force a relay to close on receipt of an alarm trigger. The options available are:
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Aux - The are six on-board relays any of these can be selected within this option.
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Module 1 - An additional relay module can be connected via the 485 bus, one of the sixteen
relays can be selected within this option.
Record Still Images
This will record a still image of the alarm camera along with the normal recording.
Still images are accessible through the Live page of the web interface.
Email Image
When e-mail on alarm is enabled it is possible to attach an image to the e-mail. An e-mail will be
automatically sent to a recipient when an alarm trigger is received.
Email Image Resolution
This determines the resolution of the attachment within the e-mail. The options available are:
•
Thumbnail.
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High Resolution.
•
Medium Resolution
•
Low Resolution.
It is important to take into account the speed of the remote network link when configuring this option.
Note:
The resolution setting selected is a global resolution and will be common to all zone and
VMD alarms.
Goto Camera Preset
It is possible to action a camera to be sent to a preset position when an alarm zone is triggered.
Highlight the option and press the
button to enable this feature.
When enabled a Preset and Camera option will be displayed. Use the
preset option, press the or to scroll through the preset options.
button to move to the
Use the to move to the Camera, use the or to scroll through the camera numbers. This is the
camera that will be automatically sent to the selected preset position.
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Apply Zone XX actions to
It is possible to apply one configuration to any other zone (there are 32 configurable zones)
individually or apply to all zones. This will save on configuration time when zone action requirements
are the same or similar.
Primary Camera for Zone
Zones can be configured to contain one or more cameras.
A still image from the Primary Camera will be:
Used for ‘E-mailing on Alarm’; Added to the event database; Will be the first to be displayed (if
enabled) on the Operator’s monitor.
Zones that contain more than one camera require this primary camera reference.
Select Zone Cameras
The cameras that are to be switched to event rate by the zone actions can be individually selected,
or all cameras can be switched.
When the selected cameras option is enabled, use the corresponding camera key to include /
exclude that camera from the zone configuration.
General Contacts
It is possible to configure the alarm contacts independently of camera specific alarms for specialist
applications.
General Contacts
General Contacts
1 - 32
1
2
Module
Aux
Aux
Contact
01
01
N/O
N/O
Nuisance count
00
00
00 - 15
Stuck time (mins)
000
000
000 - 999
Pulse extension (secs)
000
000
000 - 999
Enabled
Input Source
Aux, Direct, 01 - 16
01 - 20
N/O, N/C
End of Line
General Contact
The unit has 32 General Contacts that can be accessed and configured within this menu, Use the
button to select the required contact.
Enabled
Each input can be enabled or disabled. Highlight the option and use the
disable the input.
or
buttons to enable or
Module
The on-board (AUX) alarms and the on-board Direct Alarm modules can be selected for
configuration, as well as module 1 through to module 16.
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Input Source
The alarm inputs can be configured as Normally Open (N/O) or Normally Closed (N/C).
End of Line
Note: This option is only visible if Alarm Options->Advanced Alarms are enabled
The End Of Line (EOL) is part of the advanced alarm feature and enables the inputs to detect any
changes in the input electronic resistance, e.g. 0 – 800Ω. A change will result in a Tamper Alarm
(short circuit) being detected and the system switching to alarm mode.
By default the EOL contacts are disabled for each input.
End Of Line Circuitry
The following describes the EOL tamper alarms circuitry needed when EOL has been configured.
There should be two resistive values within the tamper alarm circuitry. These must be located inside
the alarm device (furthest point from the unit).
The alarm state could be Normally Open or Normally closed however the tamper states are the
same for both settings.
Open, the resistive value is 6.8K ohms (1K + 5.6K).
Closed, the resistive value is 1K ohms, as the circuit does not see the 5.6K ohm resistor.
Open Circuit Tamper, the resistive value is infinity as the circuit has been cut and therefore is ‘open’.
Short Circuit Tamper, the resistive value is 0 Ohms.
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Nuisance count
Note: This option is only visible if Alarm Options->Advanced Alarms are enabled
This is a repetitive detector value and is part of the advanced alarm feature. When an alarm is
received on the unit it will store the alarm time and will monitor the number of times the same
detector is triggered within an hour period. If the detector is triggered the number of times that has
been set for the nuisance count then the unit will de-activate this detector from triggering an alarm
on the system for an hour.
The unit will continue to monitor the detector and check how many times it is triggered during
this hour, if it is triggered the same number as the nuisance counter it will remain de-activated for
another hour, this will continue until the trigger value goes below the nuisance count setting.
Stuck time
Note: This option is only visible if Alarm Options->Advanced Alarms are enabled
If any of the alarms/detectors are active for a period longer than specified in the stuck time setting
then these detectors will automatically be omitted.
This is part of the Advanced Alarms function and is set in minutes.
Pulse extension
A pulse extension (000 - 999 seconds) can be added to each alarm input.
A pulse extension extends the trigger period to avoid double alarm triggers from occurring, i.e. If a
second trigger occurs on the same alarm input within the pulse extension time period, the unit will
not create a new event.
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Activity Options
The unit supports Video Motion Detection and Activity Detection functionality, this menu allows the
global parameters of this feature to be configured.
Activity Options
000 days
000 - 999 days, Indefinitely
VMD protect period
Set period
VMD pulse extension
002 secs
000 - 999 secs
VMD pre-alarm time
000 secs
000 - 999 secs
VMD alarm duration
002 secs
000 - 999 secs
Relays
Edit
Cell display
Disabled
VMD buzzer
No
Disabled, Enabled
No, Yes
VMD Protect Period
Any VMD event can be protected from being overwritten. The protection period can be set as a
number of days or indefinitely, ensuring the files are always available. The files will be automatically
overwritten after the configured period has expired.
Note:
Protecting images will reduce the hard disk capacity. This should be taken into account
when specifying hard disk requirements.
VMD Pulse Extension, Pre-Alarm Time and Alarm Duration
The pulse extension extends the trigger period to avoid double triggers of VMD occurring, i.e. If a
second incident of VMD is received, after the first alarm is finished but within this period, the unit will
not create a new event.
Pre-Alarm Time
This is the period of time, prior to the VMD trigger, that will be included along with the VMD recording
for archive and protected. The unit places a ‘marker’ in the regular recording that acts as the start of
the pre-alarm recording. The number of images available will be dependant on the pre-alarm time set.
Note:
If recording is not enabled, there may not be any images on the disk. If pre-alarm recording
is required, ensure recording is enabled.
Alarm Duration
This is the minimum time period in seconds from the start of the VMD trigger that will be protected
from being overwritten. This time will include the VMD recording, the pulse extension and any post
alarm recording (if applicable). This does not include the pre-alarm images.
Relays
The relays on the unit can be configured to automatically trigger under certain conditions.
Cell Display
It is possible to select whether the Activity, VMD or both (VMD and Activity) cells are displayed on
the main monitor (Mon A). The option can also be disabled.
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VMD Buzzer
The on-board buzzer can be enabled to automatically activate when VMD is detected on any of the
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Display Options
Display Options
Top left, Top right, Bottom left, Bottom right
P in P position
Top left
Quad sequence
Segment
Main monitor text
Both
Both, None, Clock only, Title only
Spot monitor text
Both
Both, None, Clock only, Title only
Text background
On
Sequence dwell
05 secs.
Multiscreen interlace
On
On, Off
Multiscreen titles
On
On, Off
Display unit number
On
On, Off
Base camera number
001
Segment, Page
On, Off
01 - 99 secs
000 - 999
Picture in Picture Position
This determines where the PinP will appear on initial selection of feature. The options are top left or
right and bottom left or right.
Quad Sequence
It is possible to decide the sequence format of the Quad display:
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A whole page (all segments) can sequence 1, 2, 3, 4 then 5, 6, 7, 8.
•
A single segment at the bottom right of the screen, e.g. 1, 2, 3, 4 then 1, 2, 3, 5.
Main Monitor Text
It is possible to select the text that will be displayed on the main monitor. The options are:
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None - switch all monitor text off (when used in conjunction with display unit number).
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Clock only - display the time, date and mode of operation (Day, Night, Weekend and Spot).
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Title only - display the camera number, the unit number, camera title and the mode of
operation.
•
Both - display both the clock and title information.
Spot Monitor text
It is possible to select the information that will be displayed on the Spot monitor. The options are:
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None - switch all monitor text off (when used in conjunction with display unit number).
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Clock only - display the time, date and mode of operation (Day, Night, Weekend and Spot).
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Title only - display the camera number, the unit number, camera title and the mode of
operation.
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Both - display both the clock and title information.
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Text Background
A black box appears by default behind the text. However it is possible to switch this box off.
Sequence Dwell
The sequence dwell time can be set from 1 to 99 seconds. The dwell time is the length of time a
camera is displayed before switching to the next camera in the sequence.
Tip:
The cameras on the sequence can be edited by pressing and holding the Sequence button
in Live mode.
Multiscreen interlace
The Multiscreen Interlace parameter can be used to eliminate flicker on a multiscreen display.
Multiscreen titles
Camera titles can be removed when viewing in a multiscreen display.
Display unit number
When multiple units are controlled from a single keyboard (e.g. using a VS16 video switch), the unit
number (in the System Options page) is displayed on screen so the operator knows which unit they
are controlling.
Base camera number
When using multiple units, it may be preferred that the camera numbers are offset, for example,
with two units the first unit would be camera 1 to 16 and the second 17 to 32, etc. This is for display
purposes only.
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Passwords
The unit can be password protected to ensure only authorised personnel can gain access to the
configuration menus of the system.
There are a set of default passwords set at the factory. These should be changed as soon as
practical to ensure the security of the unit. These default passwords are;
Webpage Configuration : Username = dm
password = web
Video FTP : Username = dm
password = ftp
FTP Admin : Username = dmftp
password = ftp
Telnet : Username = dm
password = telnet
Serial : Username = dmconsole1
No password as default
User password
Off
On, Off
Installer password
Off
On, Off
Playback Password
Off
On, Off
User password
This ensures only an authorised user with the correct password can gain access to the User
configuration menus; ‘System Status’, ‘Time, Date, and Language’ and ‘Schedule’.
Note:
All other menus are within the Installer operation.
Installer password
The Installer password allows authorised users to enter, configure and view all of the menu pages
on the unit.
Playback Password
When the Playback password is set to On, a password must be entered before images can be
played back. The Playback password will be the same as was set for the User Password.
Warning:
For security, lost passwords can only be reset by returning the unit to Dedicated Micros.
To set the password:
1.
Set the User / Installer / Playback option to On.
2.
Enter a password, which can be up to 9 digits long.
3.
Re-enter the password. Once set, the password must be correctly entered to access the
menus.
Make a note of your passwords here:
User / Playback password: .................................
Installer password:
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System Options
System Options
Unit number
01
System name
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Factory default
Reset
System Resolution
720x512
IR Receiver
Enabled
Serial & telem ports
Edit
System logs
Edit
Status page
Edit
Registration
On
01 - 16
Enabled, Disabled
Unit number
When multiple units are connected together via the 485-bus, a unit number must be set to identify
each unit.
Note:
Modifying the unit number will disable control via a remote keyboard. The new unit number
should be selected to regain control of the unit.
System Name
Each unit can be allocated a relevant 20 character name to identify the unit to the Operator or
System Administrator. This will display on the LCD display of a connected remote keyboard.
Factory Default
This will switch the majority of the settings back to factory default. However hardware specific
settings such as the IP address, camera termination, etc. will remain unchanged.
System Resolution
This is the fundamental resolution for the system and will be used as the basis of all the configurable
resolution parameters described in this document.
The supported system resolutions are: 640x512, 640x576, 704x512, 704x576, 720x512, 720x576
(PAL) or 640x480, 704x480, 704x544, 720x480, 720x544 (NTSC).
IR Receiver
If multiple units are being controlled from the same IR remote control, it is necessary to disable the
IR reception on all but one unit to allow communication between the handset and the system.The
remote control mimics the front panel control of the unit and allows control of a single or multiple
units (use the unit select option). However the remote control does not allow the configuration of the
menus, or control of telemetry cameras.
When the IR receiver is enabled the IR LED on the unit is solid green, when it is disabled the IR LED
switches to solid amber. The LED flashing green signifies an IR signal being received.
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This allows each serial port (Serial 1, 2, 3 (Bus A) and 4 (Bus B)) to be configured for a specific
function. The unit supports a number of serial protocols, this menu allows the peripheral serial
protocol to be selected.
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Serial & Telemetry Ports
Serial 1, Serial2, Serial 3, Serial 4
Debug, General purpose, PPP,
Telemetry, Text in Image, Off
Port
Serial 1
Port usage
Debug
Baud rate
38400
Parity
None
Data bits
8
8, 7
Stop bits
1
1, 0, 2
Flow control
None
1200 - 115200
None, Odd, Even
None, Hard, Soft
Port
It is possible to configure all serial ports within this menu.
Use the or button to select the port for configuration, the ports are Serial 1, Serial 2 which
support RS232 and Serial 3 (Bus A) and Serial 4 (Bus B) which support RS232 and RS485.
Port Usage
This will define the functionality to be allocated to each of the serial ports, the options available are:
•
Debug - This is the default setting for COM 1 and allows communication between a PC
application (e.g. HyperTerminal™) and the unit.
•
General Purpose - This would be selected in systems where custom applications are used
with the unit.
•
PPP (PPP Link 2) - If the unit is configured for PPP, this option must be selected, this option
is only available on Serial 1 and Serial 2.
•
Telemetry (RS232 or RS485 depending on port) - There are various telemetry serial
protocols available, when this is selected the serial protocols list will be displayed, refer to
Telemetry Type.
•
Text In Image - The unit supports the ability to integrate text information from third party
application with the video recorded on the unit. Selecting this will allow the serial text device
to communicate with the unit.
•
Off - If the serial port is to be disabled.
Baud Rate, Parity, Data Bits, Stop Bits, Flow Control
These settings are displayed for protocols that may require some configuration.
These are the default settings of the selected serial device.
Refer to the relevant manufacturer manual for the peripheral serial device for this information.
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Telemetry Type
When the telemetry option is selected within ‘Port Usage’, the RS232 and RS485 serial protocols
supported on the unit will be displayed.
The unit supports numerous protocols for control of PTZ cameras, Dome cameras and analogue
control equipment. The supported analogue control equipment protocols are:
Option
Manufacturer
DM-Serial
Dedicated Micros
Philips 232
Bosch / Philips
AD-Matrix
American Dynamics
AD168-Matrix
American Dynamics
BBV-Matrix
BBV
VCL-Matrix
VCL/Ademco
The supported PTZ / Dome camera protocols are:
Option
BBV 485
Dennard
Ernitec
JVC
Kalatel
Mark Mercer
Panasonic WV CS600
Panasonic WV CS850
Pelco-P
Philips
Samsung
Sensormatic
Ultrak
Vantage
VCL
Vista PD
Manufacturer
BBV
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ErnitecOrion Series
JVC
Airtech/Kalatel
Mark Mercer
Panasonic
Panasonic
Pelco
Bosch / Philips
Samsung
Sensormatic
Ultrak
Vantage
VCL/Ademco
Vista
Model
All models
2040, 2050, 2055, 2060
TK-C675, TK-676, TKC-C553E
CyberdomeTM
Quick Switch, Meridian
WV CS600
WV-CS850A, WV-C854, WV-CW860
Spectra II, Spectra III (twisted pair only)
G3 series (RS232)
SOC-641
Speeddome IV, V, VI (RS422) & VII (RS422)
UltradomeTM Kd6
Juno Dome
Orbiter MicrospheresTM / RapidDomeTM
Power Dome
System Logs
There are a number of system logs supported on the unit, these logs can be viewed and used for
Administration purpose.
Each log requires enabling to ensure entries are created by the unit, refer to the Networking Guide
for details on how to enable and view the system logs.
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If a log is not enabled, the option to view this log will not be displayed within this menu.
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System Logs
PPP connections
Disabled
Disabled, Enabled, View
Anonymous FTP connections
Disabled
Disabled, Enabled, View
Illegal file access
Disabled
Disabled, Enabled, View
Telnet / FTP users
Disabled
Disabled, Enabled, View
Archive
View
Logfile
View
Email Log
View
Sent message log
View
Status Page
It is possible to switch the status page off on the unit.
The status page will detail any alarms on the system, camera failure, main storage (protected) and
the earliest unprotected recording.
Registration
All necessary configuration and registration is carried out by the manufacturer at the factory. This
page is used for fault diagnosis only and should not be enabled unless advised by Dedicated Micros
Technical Support.
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Record Options
Record Options
0000 - 9999 Days
Timed expiry
0000 Day(s)
Disk configuration
Edit
Image protection
Edit
Automatic Archiving
Disabled
Record mode
Standard loop
Scheduled rates
Enabled
Disabled, Enabled
Local 4CIF Interlace
Disabled
Disabled, Enabled
Record text in images
Disabled
Disabled, Enabled/Edit
Record Audio
Edit
Event database details
View
Disabled, Enabled/Edit
Standard loop, Write once
Timed expiry
Images recorded onto disk can be programmed to expire after a user-defined number of days and
hours. This option has been designed to assist where the installation requirements define that
recorded images must adhere to legislation on retaining images for a maximum record time, for
example 31 days.
Warning:
Once the timed expiry has been set, all images older than the selected time will be no
longer available.
Disk configuration
The Disk configuration option displays the total size of the hard disks, before they are formatted for
use with the unit.
Note:
This menu will allow an operator to disable the C: drive if a raid is being used.
Image protection
It is possible to protect images stored on the unit hard drives. These images will not be overwritten.
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Image Protection
From:
01/11/2005
To:
24/11/2005
Protect images
01 Days
Protect images
Confirm
Unprotect images
List
12:16:00
12:20:00
Confirm
Confirm
05/11/05
14:39:28 - 05/11/05
16:50:33
05/11/05
09:48:01 - 05/11/05
10:24:15
25/11/05
_ _ _ _ _ _ _17:14:54
_ _ _ _ _- _02/11/05
_ _ _ _ _ _ 17:51:04
_____
Press 1, 2 to page up down
From
Enter the date and start time for the period containing the recorded images.
To
Enter the date and end time for the period to be protected.
Protect Images
Select how long, in days, the images will be protected. Press the button to confirm the settings.
You will be prompted to confirm the settings, highlight ‘Confirm’ and press the Menu or Mode key.
The images within the time period will be displayed within the list section.
Protect Images
This allows the settings to be confirmed, press the button to confirm, you will be presented with
a prompt to confirm the settings, highlight ‘Confirm’ and press the Menu or Mode key. The images
within the time period will be displayed within the list section.
Note:
It may take some time to add protected images to the list.
Unprotect Images
It is possible to manually un-protect images that have either been automatically protected or
manually protected. Once the time and date information has been entered highlight the ‘Unprotect
Images’ option and press . You will be presented with a prompt. Highlight ‘Confirm’ and press the
Menu or Mode key. The entries within the list section will be removed.
Note:
It may take some time to remove protected images from the list
List
This shows all images that are protected. It is possible to highlight one of the entries in the list so
that this can be copied to the Archive List. Using the
keys, highlight the relevant entry and
press the COPY button. The file will be saved to the Archive List.
Automatic Archiving
Automatic archiving allows alarms and VMD events to be automatically copied to a remote FTP
server or to a local CD/DVD writer.
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Automatic Archiving
FTP, CD/DVD
Polled, 000 - 999 min, Manual only,
On connection, On full CD/DVD
Event destination
FTP
Download options
Scheduled
Clear video protection
Disabled
Disabled, Enabled
Watermark partition
Enabled
Disabled, Enabled
Download on demand
Start
00:01
Event Destination
This identifies where the images will be sent. The options available are:
•
•
Note:
CD/DVD - This will store the images to a local CD/DVD writer.
FTP - Images will be transmitted to an FTP Server via FTP.
When FTP is selected it will be necessary to configure the FTP settings for the unit. For
further details on configuring Automatic Archiving to an FTP Server refer to the Network
Guide.
FTP Settings - Forced archive
If a system policy is in place it may be necessary to archive any recorded images within a set
time, the forced archive option can be configured to ensure the recordings are archived within this
specified time period.
If a system policy is in place it may be necessary to archive any recorded images within a set
time, the forced archive option can be configured to ensure the
recordings are archived within this specified time period.
FTP Settings - Warn threshold
It is possible to set a threshold on the unit so that if the archive process is slower than the recording
rate the unit can identify when the selected percentage (example is set to 30%) of hard disk space
that is not waiting to be archived remains before the un-archived images will be overwritten. This will
allow the Operator to either slow the record rate down or review the speed of the archive process.
FTP Settings - Start Date
There are two options:
Start at - This allows the time and date to be configured. It is possible to start the archive
process in the future stating all recordings after this date will be archived, or in the past to
ensure previous recorded images plus all new recordings are archived.
No change - This will leave the date as previously configured (or from when the Continuous
Archive option was enabled).
FTP Settings - Archive Date
This is a read only setting and shows the time and date of the last archive session and identifies
what the percentage of recorded images are left to be archived i.e. 100% means the archive process
hasn’t begun and there is still 100% of recorded images to be archived.
This percentage will be used in conjunction with the warn threshold, as the percentage drops (as
files are archived) the unit will monitor and will trigger an event when the percentage drops below
the specified threshold.
Download Options
The download option determines when the download will occur, the available options are:
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Scheduled - It is possible to force the unit to archive images at a scheduled time daily.
•
Polled - This will set the unit to activate archive download at regular intervals. The
parameter, in minutes, is the time between the end of one archive download to the start of
the next.
•
Manual only - The archive action will only commence when the User initiates the action by
pressing the Download on Demand.
•
On Connection - This will automatically start the archive download when the unit detects the
archive destination is present (CD/DVD or network).
•
On Full CD/DVD - This will automatically start the archive process when the Archive List
contains sufficient data that would fill a CD/DVD (CD/DVD only).
A CD/DVD must be inserted in the writer if the archive destination is set to CD/DVD.
Note:
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Clear Video Protection
If the recorded images have been protected, this option will automatically remove the protection
from the images once they have been successfully downloaded. The images on the hard drive can
then be overwritten.
Watermark Partition
This enables a watermark to be generated for each image partition and stored in a text file which will
be downloaded with the video images to the archive destination.
The watermark is logged in the archive log file.
Download on Demand
If a manual download option has been selected, highlighting this option will start the download
process. A screen prompt will warn that the FTP download process will commence when the unit
receives confirmation.
Record Mode
The record mode option allows the unit to be configured to either Standard Loop recording (default)
or Write Once recording.
Loop Record Mode
This is the default setting for the unit and identifies how the unit stores images on the internal hard
drives. The recorded images will be saved on the hard disk in a ‘loop’. Once the hard disk reaches
maximum capacity, the images that were stored at the start of the ‘loop’ will be automatically
overwritten with the latest recordings (unless protected).
Images at the beginning of the record cycle will only be available for a set period of time before they
are overwritten by more recent recordings.
There are a number of parameters within the menu that can be used to identify when the internal
hard disk will reach maximum capacity and images will start to be overwritten. These can be used to
ensure images are archived before the unit returns to the beginning of the ‘loop’.
Write Once Record Mode
When the ‘Write Once’ option is selected, the system creates a marker on the loop recording to mark
the start of the write once record mode.
There are two record operations in the ‘Write Once’ mode; Overwrite and Stop.
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Write Once Overwrite will behave in the same way as the loop record mode but will give a visual
warning to the Operator to remind them that vital information (recorded images) is about to be
overwritten and it is necessary to archive. If the alarm is ignored the unit will continue to record and
the images at the beginning of the loop will be overwritten. A warning will inform the Operator that
important information has been overwritten.
If Write Once Stop is selected the ‘marker’ will be created on the loop recording and the warning will
be displayed to say archiving is required. If this warning is ignored, all recording will stop when the
unit reaches the marker.
This is used in covert operation, where access to the recorded files can only be obtained at certain
times, and ensures vital information is never overwritten.
Write Once
The ‘Write Once’ submenu determines how the unit records images.
Highlight the option and press the
button to access the Write Once Option configuration menu.
Write Once Options
Reset write once rec.
Reset
Allow user reset
Disabled
Minimum low disk
20% 0064GB
On disk full
Overwrite
Write once last reset at
26/May/2005 09:48
Press MENU/MODE when done
Reset Write Once Record
This will reset the earliest ‘Write Once’ record time and date to the current time and date. This is
necessary when archiving has been successful and the process is to restart.
To reset the Write Once record option, hold down the Camera 1 button for 5 seconds.
Allow User Reset
This option will enable an Operator menu which will allow the operator to reset the Write Once
record option. This is can be accessed from the ‘Copy Images’ screen as a submenu.
Minimum Low Disk
This sets the minimum percentage disk space available. If the Write Once storage drops below this
minimum setting, an alarm is triggered (warning will be displayed on the main monitor) which will be
cleared once more disk space becomes available.
Note:
This option is a percentage of the overall hard disk of the unit, the equivalent in Gigabytes
will be automatically calculated and displayed.
On Disk Full
This option determines what action the unit will take when the disks become full. The options are;
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Overwrite - By default, the unit will overwrite the recorded images on the hard disk. A
warning will also be displayed to inform the Operator that the disk is full.
•
Stop Recording - The unit will stop recording. A warning will also be displayed.
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This displays the time and date the Write Once process was last reset.
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Schedule Rates
This option is enabled by default. With ‘Schedule Rates’ enabled, the unit provides the option
to configure record rates for day, night and weekend operating mode in the ‘Standard Record
Schedule’ and ‘Variable Record Schedule’ menu. Disabling this option will switch the scheduled
recording options to a single set of rates to be used in all schedule (day, night, weekend) operation
modes.
Local 4CIF interlace
This can be switched on if the system will be used to record using the 4CIF settings, and will
eliminate the comb effect that may be visible in a high motion recording environment. It is not
required if not using 4CIF, and may not be required if not recording high motion.
Record Text in Images
The record text in image when enabled has an Edit option to display the submenu for record text
configuration.
Display Text
The text displayed can be automatically removed from the screen after a user defined time or
alternatively the text shall remain on the screen indefinitely (default). Select the number of seconds
up to 999 sec maximum.
Keyword Events
When this option is selected to All cameras the unit will add a keyword event trigger to the event
database for every matching word. This can then be accessed via Event Log (press the Event key
on the unit). A Keyword (K) event entry will be displayed as well as the corresponding Zone events,
the K entry will detail the keyword that caused the event.
If this option is set to None then the keyword will still be available as triggers for Zone events.
Record Audio
Selecting Edit next to the Record Options menu entry will open the Audio Configuration menu. Three
channels of audio are recorded on the Digital Sprite 2; there is a choice of two local audio channels
and a single remote channel. This menu will enable or disable audio recording.
The options are:
•
Audio Sampling - Audio can be recorded at 8Hz, 16Hz or 22Hz.
•
Audio in 1 & Audio in 2 - Enable when recording through the audio input. Audio 1 is
associated with Camera 1, Audio 2 is associated with Camera 2.
•
Remote Audio - Enable this to record network audio from NetVu ObserVer
•
Audio Output 1 - Enable this to be able to send audio signals out of the unit via Output 1
(typically used to send audio to a remote speaker).
•
Audio Output 2 - Enable this to output the audio from the camera being viewed, either
Camera 1 or Camera 2, mixed with network audio to a local control room speaker.
•
Audio in Level/AGC- This option allows the Audio in level to be set, between 0 and 15. This
is the base setting from which the Automatic Gain Control (AGC) will operate.
•
Audio out 1 Volume - This unified setting controls the level at which audio is sent via both
Audio Output connections.
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Event Database Details
The unit supports a database that stores events on the unit. This allows the user to configure the
size of this database.
Event Database Details
Last reset time
24/Feb/2006 15:43:01
Current number of entries
0006
Last Reset Time
This read only setting is generated by the unit and shows the date and time of the last database
reset (i.e. when the maximum entry database is changed, the database is reset).
Current Number of Entries
This read only setting identifies the existing number of entries within the event database.
Maximum Number of Entries
This sets the maximum entries within the event database. Changing this will reset the event
database and clear all previously stored events.
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Camera Setup
Camera Setup
Camera 1 - Detected
Title
Camera 1
Input termination
On
Camera type
Colour
Colour adjust
------|------
Contrast adjust
------|------
Camera video input
Connected
Telemetry type
None
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
On, Off
Colour, Mono, IP Camera, Disabled
Connected, Disconnected
None, Serial 1, Bus A
Title
Each camera title can be up to 12 characters long.
Input Termination
Termination can be set On or Off.
Note:
Termination must be ‘Off’ for cameras that are looped through to other devices.
Camera Type
Colour and monochrome cameras are detected automatically, allowing colour/mono switching
cameras to be connected. The camera type can be manually configured as IP Camera, Colour or
Mono if necessary. Selecting IP Camera will show the Edit option. This allows the IP camera details
to be entered. This task is easier using the web interface.
Edit IP Camera Settings
IP Camera Setup
Camera 1
See text
Type
NetVu Server
URL
<none>
PORT
00000
Camera number
00
01 - 64
FPS
00
1 - 99
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00001-65535
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IP Camera Setup
Camera X
This is the input into the back of the unit. Since this video feed will be via the network, select a
channel that does not have a physical connection.
Type
The unit can recognise a range of IP cameras as well as digital video feeds from NetVu Servers.
These include;
NetVu Server Axis 2120
Axis 206
Axis 211 Axis 2140
Axis 211A
AL9710 JVC VN-C20 Axis 214
JVC VN-C655
Axis 233H
JVC VN-C625 Note: Other cameras utilising the same stream/telemetry protocol as those listed above
will also be supported.
URL
Enter the IP address that will send the IP stream
Port
Enter the port number to be used for this stream.
Camera Number
If a NetVu Server is being used, this parameter will specify which camera number from the Server
will be used to provide the stream.
FPS
Enter the frames per second that the camera has been set to deliver.
Colour Adjust
When the colour bar is selected, press
available for IP Cameras.
Note:
to reduce, and
to increase the colour. This option is not
This option is not displayed if the camera is set as monochrome.
Contrast Adjust
When the contrast bar is selected, press
not available for IP Cameras.
to reduce, and
to increase the contrast. This option is
Camera Video Input
This option is only displayed when a camera has failed or is offline. Select disconnect whilst the
camera is offline to prevent the camera fail message and alarm being triggered.
If the video input is not to be monitored for camera failure select Connected - Ignore cam fail.
Tip:
This menu can be entered directly by pressing and holding a camera button.
Telemetry
The unit supports control of coaxial and serial telemetry. This option allows the connected dome/PTZ
camera to be configured.
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Ensure the serial type has been selected in the ‘Serial and Telemetry’ menu. This option then allows
these settings to be allocated to specific video inputs.
The options available are:
•
None - Camera does not have an associated serial device.
•
Coax - Dennard.
•
Coax - Pelco.
•
Coax - BBV.
•
Serial 1 - Selected RS-232 protocol (default disabled).
•
Serial 2 - Selected RS-232 protocol (default disabled).
•
Serial 3 - Selected Bus A RS-485 protocol (default Dennard).
•
Serial 4 - Selected Bus B RS-485 protocol (default Pelco).
Use the or buttons to scroll through the available options.
Note:
The settings shown are an example of the options available.
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Alarms and Presets
Alarms and Presets
Camera 1 - Detected
Pulse extension
000 - 999 secs
005 secs
Module
/Aux
Contact
Input
Source
Preset
>
Aux
--
N/O
000
>
01
01
N/C
001
>
02
02
N/C
002
>
03
04
N/C
003
>
---
--
N/O
000
>
---
--
N/O
000
Zone
Input
Camera XX
The currently selected camera number is displayed, along with its status detected or not detected.
Press a camera button to to configure alarms and presets for that camera.
Pulse Extension
The pulse extension extends the trigger period to avoid double triggers of the same alarms
occurring, i.e. if a second incident of alarm is received after the first alarm is finished, but still within
this period, the unit will not create a new event.
Module / AUX / Direct
Select whether you are using an external alarm module, the Direct connection or the AUX inputs
on the unit. Up to 16 alarm modules can be connected to the 485-bus network. Select Direct, the
relevant module number or Aux (the default setting is the Aux input).
Contact
This setting identifies which contact the Aux or Module selection relates to. Each alarm module has
16 alarm inputs, each input can be used by any camera, or by multiple cameras.
Input Source
Select whether the alarm contact on the alarm device is normally open (N/O) or normally closed
(N/C).
Preset
Camera telemetry presets can be automatically recalled when an alarm is triggered. Enter the preset
number from 000 to 256 for the selected alarm contact
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It is possible for a camera specific alarm to also trigger an alarm zone. If the input is to trigger a zone
as well as send a camera to a preset position enable the corresponding Zone Input box.
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The trigger will appear under ‘Presets’ in the Zone Setup menu.
Note:
If the option is disabled, the alarm will still send a camera to a preset position but no further
action will be taken.
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Activity Camera Setup
Activity detection is used to record more images to disk from cameras that have activity. The
sensitivity of activity can be adjusted and areas can be masked off according to the scene type.
Activity Setup
Camera 1
Off
Detection
On
Schedule Activation
Edit
Sensitivity
Indoor high
Activity grid
Setup
Activity test
Yes
Actions
Edit
Advanced VMD zone
Edit
Indoor Low, Outdoor High,
Outdoor Low, Very Low
Setup
Walk test
Enabled
Camera
Each camera can be individually configured. Select the camera by pressing the corresponding
camera key.
Detection
Select whether activity detection is ‘On’ or ‘Off’ for the selected camera.
Note:
If Detection is disabled, the sensitivity setting will still be used for Event Search.
Schedule Activation
Each camera can be scheduled to be always enabled (24Hr Activation) or individually activated
during the day, night and at weekends.
Schedule Activation
Activation Type
Schedule Activation
Active
Day
Night
24 Hour Activation
Weekend
Sensitivity
There are 5 levels of sensitivity for activity detection to ensure any scene environment can be
covered.
Note:
When setting the sensitivity it is recommended that an Activity test is run to ensure the
correct sensitivity is selected.
Select the sensitivity level to suit the camera location:
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Cameras sited outdoors where there may be a lot of background movement, such as trees
or rain, should be set to Outdoor high, Outdoor low or very low sensitivity.
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Cameras sited indoors where there is very little background movement can be set to Indoor
high or Indoor low sensitivity.
The sensitivity levels are:
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Indoor High (most sensitive setting).
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Indoor Low.
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Outdoor High.
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Outdoor Low.
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Very Low (lowest sensitivity level).
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Activity Grid
A 16 x 16 grid can mask areas where activity detection is enabled. Select ‘Setup’ and follow the onscreen menus to configure the activity grid.
Note:
An NTSC video source will display an activity grid of 16 x 14.
Use direction keys to navigate grid
Use camera 1 key to toggle cells on/off
Use camera 2 key to latch selection
Press MENU/MODE key to start setup
Press MENU/MODE key again to exit grid
When you enter the Activity Grid screen, a 16 x 16 grid will overlay the image. Edit the grid so
that it covers the areas of the image that require monitoring for activity detection and remove the
monitoring from the areas where there may be continuous movement (e.g. trees, bushes) causing
false triggers. Each cell can be individually enabled or disabled with the Camera 1 button.
Alternatively it is possible to latch the cursor and select a group of cells to enable / disable. To latch
the cursor, move it to the required start location and press Camera 2. Use the cursor keys to move
across the cells to be enabled / disabled and then press Camera 1 to toggle all the selected cells on
or off.
Activity Test
Use this option to test and tune the sensitivity and activity grid set up for each camera. When activity
is detected on the camera a yellow box is displayed. Press the MODE button to exit the test.
Actions
Actions to be automatically activated when VMD is identified can be configured within this menu.
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Camera 01 VMD Actions
Page
Next Page
Enabled, Disabled
Create database entry
Enabled
Change record rate
None
Report VMD activity
Disabled
Enabled, Disabled
Create zone input
Disabled
Enabled, Disabled
Record still image
Disabled
Enabled, Disabled
Protect VMD images
Disabled
Enabled, Disabled
Archive event
Disabled
Enabled, Disabled
Email image
Disabled
Enabled, Disabled
Email image res.
Thumbnail
Low, Medium, High, Thumbnail
Apply camera 01 actions to
Camera 02
Camera 02, All cameras
None, Standard, Variable, Both
Page
The actions are separated into two pages. Navigate between them by highlighting ‘Next Page’ and
pressing the or button.
Create Database Entry
Enable this option to log VMD activity in the Event List.
Change Record Rate
This allows the record rate to be switched to the alarm rate when VMD is active. The options
available are:
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Standard - switches cameras enabled for standard recording to the alarm record rate.
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Variable - switches cameras enabled for variable recording to the alarm record rate.
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Both - applies to both the variable and standard recording of the selected camera.
Report VMD Activity
A VMD activity trigger can be reported via an telnet message. If this option is enabled, the ‘Remote
Reporting’ settings must be correctly configured.
Create Zone Input
This turns the VMD camera into an alarm input for use in the Alarm Zones page. Select VMD XX
(where XX is the camera number) instead of an alarm input to trigger the event.
Record Still Image
This will save an additional still image as close to the event as possible alongside the normal video
recordings of the event.
The still image is accessed via the ‘Live’ page of the web viewing interface, where it appears in the
regular sequence of normal recordings.
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It is possible to automatically protect VMD recordings to ensure these images are not overwritten
and remain on the hard drive of the unit. Images can be protected for a set period of time or
indefinitely.
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Archive Event
This will force the unit to automatically download the alarm images via FTP to a central FTP Server,
or directly to a local CD/DVD.
Refer to the Archive on Event in the Record Options menu.
Email image
It is possible to configure the unit to automatically transmit an e-mail, to a pre-configured address,
on identification of motion.
Email Image Resolution
This identifies the resolution of the snapshot that will be attached to the e-mail, the options are:
Thumbnail - Default.
Low Resolution.
Medium Resolution.
Note:
High Resolution.
The resolution selected is a global parameter and will be common to all Zone and VMD
alarms.
Apply actions to
If the actions for cameras are the same or similar, it is possible to apply one set of actions to other
selected cameras. Selecting this option will display a confirmation screen.
Apply configuration of
Camera 1
actions to
Camera 2
Confirm
Cancel
Advanced VMD Zones
This option allows the advanced VMD zones 1 to 16 to be configured for each camera. Enable the
option and select Edit.
Note:
VMD 0 is reserved for activity detection.
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Advanced VMD Zones
Camera 01
VMD zones
Edit
VMD grid
Setup
VMD test
Walktest
VMD Zones
This option allows the VMD Zone configuration options to be accessed.
Camera 01 VMD Zones
01 - 16
Zone
01
Zone 01 Mode
Normal
Zone 01 pixel count
20%
02 - 100%
Zone 01 pixel change
20%
02 - 100%
Normal, Last trigger, Static, Zone disabled
Zone
There are settings that can be configured for each of the 16 advanced VMD zones, each can be
selected for configuration within this option. Use the or buttons to scroll through the zones.
Zone XX Mode
The Zone Mode identifies when the reference image is taken for triggering VMD. The options
available are:
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Normal - the reference image is updated approx. every second to allow small changes in
the scene without triggering.
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Last trigger - the reference image is only updated when the VMD is triggered, and would
be used under controlled lighting conditions to avoid false triggers due to ambient light
changes.
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Static - the reference image is collected on startup and is never updated. This would be
used in a “sterile” area where there are no changes expected.
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Zone disabled - this will disable the zone mode.
Zone XX Pixel Count
This value equates to the percentage of pixels that must change in the selected zone for the VMD
event to be triggered.
Note:
This should be tested after configuration.
Zone XX Pixel Change
This setting is a percentage value of the overall change required in the greyscale to be included in
the pixel count. The percentage change is defined over the complete range of black to white, 100%
pixel change would be a change from black to peak white.
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trigger a VMD event.
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The VMD grid covers 16 default areas of the screen, it is possible to configure the grid to only cover
the areas of interest.
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VMD Grid
Ensure the camera to be configured has been selected prior to highlighting the Setup
option.
When Setup is selected a prompt is displayed. Follow the instructions on screen to configure this
option.
To edit the VMD grid;
1.
Move the ‘*’ to the start point of the zone to be created. Use the 7 or 8 to move between the
default zones.
2.
Press Camera 1 to switch to ‘drawing’ mode and to automatically delete the existing (if
applicable) zone (see on-screen text to check the drawing option is selected).
3.
Use the arrow keys to move to the end point for the zone (this will be diagonally opposite
the start point to create a box).
4.
Press Camera 1 to take the unit out of the drawing mode.
5.
You can press Camera 2 to cycle through the modes available and select the mode that is
to be applied to the created zone. This is the same as setting the VMD Zone mode.
Use direction keys to navigate grid
Use Camera 1 key to set selected zone
Use camera 2 key to cycle through zone modes
Use << and >> to change between zones
Press MENU/MODE key to start setup
Press MENU/MODE key again to exit grid
VMD Test
Once the VMD Camera Settings have been configured, it is possible to test the configuration.
When Walktest is selected, a prompt will be displayed. Follow the on-screen instructions.
If the settings are not satisfactory, adjust the settings and then carry out the walktest again.
Note:
If the Walktest fails consistantly, check that the Nuisance Count and Stuck Time settings
(within General Contacts) are suitable for this operation.
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Text Insertion Setup
Note:
This menu is only displayed if ‘Text in Image’ has been enabled in the ‘Record Options’
menu.
Text Insertion Setup
Camera 01
Off, Network 00000-99999
Raw, Plain text, EPSON, Laserjet, DM
POS recpt, DM POS Journal, TVC-1066
Port Assignment
Off
Text Filter
Plain text
Number of lines
20
00 - 20
Width of lines
50
Text colour
White
01 - 50
Black, White, Yellow,
Magenta, Red, Cyan, Green
Text background
Off
Min text display
Full screen
Event trigger
Keyword
None, Any text, Keyword
Post text event extension
000 secs
000-999
Off, White, Black
2/3, 1/2, 1/3, 1/4 screen, Off
The unit supports the option to include text information, received from a peripheral device, alongside
the recorded video. The images can then be searched on the text data, for review via web page.
Camera
Each camera can be individually configured. Select the relevant camera by pressing the
corresponding camera key.
Port Assignment
It is possible to select any of the serial ports on the unit (ensure these are enabled for Text in Image
in the System - Serial Ports & Telemetry menu) or connect to the network. The Digital Sprite 2 will
then record this text along with associated video. This function is used to assign a ‘port’ on the digital
recorder as a text source. When a Serial port is selected use the key to move to the Serial Ports &
Telemetry menu (refer to Setup Guide).
Text Filter
The text filter is used to remove certain characters or format the text in a specific way. The text filter
options are as follows:
Option RAW Plain text (default) EPSON Laserjet DM POS Receipt
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Action
Minimal filtering, text is displayed as it comes in with the exception
of Carriage Return characters that force a new line.
Like RAW text, but acts upon carriage returns, line feeds, and
converts TAB characters into spaces.
Mimics an EPSON printer.
Mimics a HP Laserjet printer.
Use this option when using Dedicated Micros POS Interface Unit
in receipt mode.
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Use this option when using Dedicated Micros POS Interface Unit
in Journal mode.
Use this option when using TVS TVC-1066 text converter box.
TVC-1066 DS2
DM POS Journal
Number of Lines
This is the number of lines that will be displayed in live and replay using the OSD (On-Screen
Display) on the main monitor, along with the relevant images. The default setting is 20 lines.
Width of Lines
This identifies the length of the lines that will be stored with the image. The default setting is 50
characters, which is generally the full screen.
Text Colour
It is possible to select which colour the text from the peripheral serial device will be displayed within
the image. The options are; Black, White, Yellow, Magenta, Red, Cyan and Green.
Text Background
A background can be applied to the text within the image. This is disabled by default. The options
available are; Black or White.
Min Text Display
This allows the text display on the selected camera to be setup for viewing in full, quad or
multiscreen display. This ensures that if the selected camera is being viewed in any of the selected
screen formats then the text data will be available for viewing, but for smaller segments text will be
disabled for clarity.
Event Trigger
The text on each camera input can be used to generate an event (alarm). This can be generated by
receiving any text characters, or specific keywords that have been entered as seen below. Triggered
text events can be listed in the Event Log as though they are alarms or activity detection. The default
setting is for no event triggering.
The system can have up to 32 user defined keywords, each camera can use any keyword to trigger
an event. Each keyword can have a maximum of 20 characters.
Enable the Event Trigger option and select ‘Keyword’ as the Event Trigger option and select the
‘Edit’ button to the Keyword menu.
Keyword
Page
Page 1
Event
Value
Page 2, Page 3, Page 4
1
2
8
Page - There are 32 programmable ‘slots’ for keywords, arranged over four pages.
It is possible to use wildcards to replace characters in words:
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A question mark (?) will be replaced by any single character when used to search for text. For
example, S?LE will trigger an event for words such as SALE, SILE, SOLE etc.
An asterisk (*) will be replaced with any number of characters multiple characters when used to
search for text. For example, S*LE will trigger and event for words such as SALE, SCALE, SIMPLE
etc. To enable individual keywords, ensure the box at the end of the line is solid green.
NOTE: Keywords that contain spaces, such as NO SALE must use the transparent character rather
than the solid black character to signify the space. Otherwise it will not trigger an event.
Keyword
Event - Enable the Event option if the associated keyword is to trigger an event
Value - Moving the cursor to the Value option will open the Keyword Edit menu.
Keyword Edit
Keyword XX
Keyword 02
Value
SALE
Keyword use
All cameras
01 - 32
XxXxXxXxXxXxXxXxXxXx
Selected Cameras, All cameras
Keyword use - Select either all cameras or individual camera by pressing the corresponding camera
button.
Post Text Event Extension
When the system has been configured for event trigger on receipt of text or a keyword it is possible
to define an extended time frame. This means that the event and any additional activity after the
trigger will be captured and stored.
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Rack mounting kit
A rack mounting kit is supplied with this product. It is important to use this correctly. The kit contains:
(Rack mount screws)
(Rack mount ears)
(Rear supports)
Installation
Before connecting cables to the back of the unit;
1.
Attach the rear supports to the rack.
2.
Using the supplied screws, attach the rack mount ears to each side of the unit.
3.
Position the unit on the rear supports.
4.
Attach the rack mount ears to the front of the rack.
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Important Installation Information
Warning:
The rear supports must be used when rack mounting the unit. Failure to do so may cause
damage to the unit.
The ambient operating temperature must not exceed 40°C (104°F). Special care should be taken if
the unit is being installed in a closed or multi-unit rack assembly.
Ensure the unit is not mounted in a position that could obstruct cooling airflow.
The unit case is ventilated. These openings should not be blocked or covered.
When stacking units, ensure there is at least a ½” (1.5cm) between each unit.
Ensure there is a 1” (3cm) gap on either side of the unit.
If the unit is to be mounted in a rack, ensure all the supports are mounted level with each other to
avoid twisting the case.
Ensure the mains socket outlet is reliably earthed, particularly when using supply connections other
that direct connections to the branch circuit.
Any branch circuit used for the unit must be rated at 15 Amps.
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Contents
24Hr Activation
485-Bus devices
7 day Timer
Actions
Active Period
Activity Camera Setup
Activity Grid
Activity Options
Activity Test
Advanced Alarms
Advanced VMD Zones
Alarm Buzzer
Alarm Duration
Alarm Duration
Alarm Entry Timer
Alarm Exit Timer
Alarm Options
Alarms and Presets
Alarms and Relays
Alarms and relays
Alarm Zone Config
Alias
Allow User Reset
Apply actions to
Apply Zone XX actions to
A quick overview of digital recording
Archive Alarms
Archive Event
Audio
Audio devices
Automatic Archiving
A video multiplexer
Bandwidth Selection
Base camera number
Baud, Parity, Data/Stop Bits, Flow Ctrl
Before you start
Calculating recording time
Camera
Camera
Camera control
Camera Fail Buzzer
Camera Number
Camera Profile Selector
Camera Setup
Camera Type
Camera Video Input
Camera Viewing
Camera X
Camera XX
Cell Display
CE Mark
Change Record Rate
Change Record Rate
Check the contents of the box
Choosing a location for installation
Clear Video Protection
Close Relay
Colour Adjust
Configuring the unit
Connect Cameras
Connecting 485-bus devices
Connecting additional alarm modules
Connecting alarms and relays
Connecting a pre-amplifier to AUDIO IN
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Connecting Dial-up Devices
Connecting external devices
Connecting Multiple external devices
Connecting Storage devices
Connecting telemetry cameras
Connecting the AUDIO OUT to an amp
Connecting to an Ethernet network
Connect Monitors
Connect on Alarm
Connect Power
Connect the External Devices
Contact
Contact
Contrast Adjust
Create Database Entry
Create Database Entry
Create Zone Input
Current Number of Entries
Data
Date
Description
Description
Description
Design of the manual
Detection
DHCP
Dial out
Disk configuration
Display Options
Display unit number
Download on Demand
Download Options
Earliest unprotected recording
Editing Recording Profiles
Edit IP Camera Settings
Email Image
Email image
Email Image Resolution
Email Image Resolution
Email Settings
Enabled
End of Line
Entering the Menus
Entry Initiator
Ethernet MTU
Ethernet networks
Ethernet Re-transmit Timeout
Event Database Details
Event Destination
Event Mode
Event Profile
Events Active
Event Trigger
Example
Exit Terminator
Factory Default
Features
FFwd
Firewall Options
Force 10 BaseT Operation
Forced Day, Night, Weekend
Four way
FPS
From
Front Panel
FTP Settings - Archive Date
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FTP Settings - Start Date
FTP Settings - Warn threshold
General Contact
General Contacts
Global alarm
Global Camera fail
Global VMD
Goto Camera Preset
Hard disk capacity
High Viewing
Holidays
I-Frame Interval
Image protection
Image quality
Image Size
Image size
Important Installation Information
Important Safeguards
Input Source
Input Source
Input Termination
Installation
Installer Menu
Installer password
Installing the Unit
Introduction
IP Cameras
IP Camera Setup
IR Receiver
JBOD
JPEG Profile Parameters
Keyswitch
Keyword
Language
Laser
Last Reset Time
Lightning Strike
List
Local 4CIF interlace
Loop Record Mode
Low Viewing
Main alarm display (MON A)
Main and Spot Alarm Display
Main Monitor Text
Maximum Number of Entries
Maximum storage (protected %)
Max Transmission Rate
Minimum Low Disk
Min Text Display
Module
Module / AUX / Direct
Monitor control
More Network Options
MPEG Bitrate
MPEG Quality
MultiMode Recording
Multiscreen
Multiscreen interlace
Multiscreen titles
Navigating the menus
Network connection
Network Options
Network Transmission
Night
No. 5 second events per hour
Normal Profile
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Remote Keyboards
Remote Reporting
Report VMD Activity
Reset Write Once Record
Resolution
Resolution
Rew
RS232
RS422
RS485
Schedule
Schedule Activation
Schedule Activation
Schedule notification
Schedule Rates
Schedule type
Secondary DNS
Secondary Web Server Port
Select Zone Cameras
Sensitivity
Sequence
Sequence Dwell
Serial & Telemetry Ports
Serial telemetry
Serial telemetry connection
Servicing
Simple Installation
Size
SMS Settings
Spot alarm display (MON B)
Spot Monitor text
Standard and Event PPS
Standard Recording
Standard Recording
Standard Recording Schedule
Standard record rate
Status Page
Storage devices
Stuck time
System Logs
System Name
System Options
System Resolution
System Shutdown
TCP/IP Add, Subnet, Gateway
Telemetry
Telemetry cameras
Telemetry Type
Termination Dip Switches
Text Background
Text Background
Text Colour
Text Filter
Text Insertion Setup
Time
Time, Date & Language
Timed expiry
Time Zone
Title
Title
To
To add alarms:
To change the cameras to be viewed
To edit the VMD grid;
To exit the menus
To view the next menu
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Type
Type
Unit number
Units
Units
Units
Unprotect Images
URL
User Menu
User password
Using the Menus
VCR buttons
Ventilation
Video
Video Switchers
Viewing Resolutions
VMD Buzzer
VMD Grid
VMD Protect Period
VMD Pulse, Pre-Alarm Time & Duration
VMD Test
VMD Zones
Watermark Partition
Web Cam Settings
Weekend
Weekend notification
What is the Digital Sprite 2 ?
Width of Lines
Write Once
Write Once Last Reset
Write Once Record Mode
Zone
Zone
Zone Actions
Zone Activation
Zone Alarm Input
Zone AND Input
Zone Input
Zone NOT Input
Zone on Entry Route
Zone on Exit Route
Zone OR Input
Zone Settings
Zone XX Mode
Zone XX Pixel Change
Zone XX Pixel Count
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Nuisance count
Number of Lines
On Disk Full
Page
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Parameters
Passwords
Pause
Picture in picture
Picture in Picture Position
Play
Playback Password
Port
Port
Port Assignment
Port Usage
Post Text Event Extension
Power Sources
PPP Idle Line Timeout
PPP IP
PPP Link 1 & 2 IP addresses
PPP Link Down Timer
PPP Selection
Pre-Alarm Time
Pre-Alarm Time
Pre-Configured Zones
Pre-trigger rate
Pre-trigger time
Preset
Primary Camera for Zone
Primary DNS
Primary signal failure
Profile
Profile
Profile
Profile Description
Profile Parameters
Protect Alarm Images
Protect Alarm Period
Protect Images
Protect Images
Protect VMD Images
Pulse Extension
Pulse extension
Quad Sequence
Quick Connection
Rack mounting kit
RAID
Read Instructions
Rear Panel connections
Recommended PC Specification
Record Audio
Record Cameras
Record Duration
Recording audio
Record Mode
Record Operation
Record Options
Record Rate
Record rate
Record Still Image
Record Still Images
Record Text in Images
Registration
Reg Notes and FCC and DOC Info
Relays
Relays
Relay test
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Cheshire, WA4 4HS, UK
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41836 Hückelhoven, Germany
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