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Seenergy SVR-632/664 Installation guide
SVR-632/664
Quick Installation Guide
32/64-CH Network Video Recorder with Local Display
Version 1.0.0
2 SVR-­‐632/664 Quick Installation Guide Table of Contents
Preliminary .............................................................................. 3 System Overview ..................................................................... 6 Front View .................................................................................... 6 Rear View ..................................................................................... 6 LED Definition ............................................................................... 7 Installation .............................................................................. 8 HDD Installation ............................................................................. 8 Connect to the NVR ....................................................................... 11 Use SEEnergy Device Search Utility ................................................ 11 Access the NVR with its default IP address....................................... 16 Set up Password .......................................................................... 17 Camera Installation ...................................................................... 18 Add a Camera -- Automatic Search ................................................. 18 Add a camera manually ................................................................ 21 2
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Preliminary
Copyrights & Trademarks
Copyright
2011 SEEnergy Corp All Rights Reserved
Trademarks
SEEnergy SVR-632/664 Network Video Recorder (NVR) is a registered
trademark of SEEnergy Corp.
Microsoft and Windows are registered trademarks of Microsoft
Corporation.
All other trademarks mentioned in this document are trademarks of their
respective owners.
Disclaimer
This document is intended for general information purposes only, and due
care has been taken in its preparation.
Any risk arising from the use of this information rests with the recipient,
and nothing herein should be construed as constituting any kind of
warranty.
SEEnergy reserves the right to make adjustments without prior
notification.
All names of people and organizations used in this document’s examples
are fictitious. Any resemblance to any actual organization or person, living
or dead, is purely coincidental and unintended.
System Requirements
The following are minimum system requirements for the system to
operate Embedded Network Video Recorder (ENVR):
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4 SVR-­‐632/664 Quick Installation Guide Operating System
Microsoft® Windows® 2000 Professional, Windows® XP Professional (32
bit) or Windows® Server 2003 (32 bit) Browser Microsoft Internet
Explorer 7 or above
CPU
Minimum Intel® Pentium® 4 2.4 GHz or higher (Dual Core is
recommended) RAM Minimum 1 GB of RAM, 2GB or above is
recommended
Network
Minimum 10/100 Ethernet (Gigabit Ethernet is recommended)
Graphics Adapter
AGP or PCI-Express, minimum 1024×768, 16 bit colors.
(We highly recommend to work above the 1024 x 768 resolution to get
the full experience of the software)
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Make sure your display DPI setting is set to default at 96DPI
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To set DPI value, right-click on desktop, choose “Settings” tab
>> “Advanced” >> “General”
Package Contents
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Network Video Recorder
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Power cord
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Ethernet cable
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Printed Quick Installation Guide
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Printed Warranty Card
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CD with Adobe Acrobat Reader/Quick Installation Guide/User’s
Manual/NVR Media Player/SEEnergy Device Search Utility/Pi-Vu
Central Basic CMS software
Contents Inside the Installation CD
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Adobe Acrobat Reader
Smart Device Search Utility
Pi-Vu Central Basic CMS software
NVR Media Player
User’s Manual
Quick installation Guide
Datasheet
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Product Description
The NVR is designed for use within a surveillance system, and performs
recordings and playbacks pictures from network cameras in the system. It
is a 32-channel/64-channel network video recorder (NVR) for enterprise
applications. It provides uninterrupted recording also in full frame rate
1.3Mp resolution for up to 32 connected cameras. Up to 64 cameras can
be connected via a network and it is possible to record their camera
pictures. It is possible to perform the settings or operate the NVR using a
web browser installed on a PC connected to a network and live videos can
be viewed on major mobile devices through its web browser. Recorded
video can be played back from remote site by a PC. SVR-632/664 is
compatible with most major brand cameras and its ability to
automatically search and find the available cameras on the network can
greatly reduce the user’s effort when configuring the system.
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Front View
Rear View
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LED Definition
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HDD Installation
Release the HDD tray by pulling the lock to the right.
Pull the HDD tray out of the case.
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Place the HDD in the tray and
case. Secure it with the screws at
the bottom of the tray.
Put the HDD tray back to the
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10 SVR-­‐632/664 Quick Installation Guide Push the tray door back to the case to secure it.
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Connect to the NVR
There are various ways you can connect to the NVR and below are the
suggested methods for different network setup:
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The NVR is placed in a network with a DHCP server: Connect to
the NVR by using “SEEnergy Device Search” Utility
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The NVR is placed in a network without DHCP server (or you are
connecting to it directly): Access the NVR with its default IP
Use SEEnergy Device Search Utility
If the NVR is placed in a corporate network or a local area network
where a DHCP server is already presented, run the “SEEnergy Device
Search” utility from a computer that is on the same network and locate
the NVR with its IP address that is assigned by the top-level DHCP
server.
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12 SVR-­‐632/664 Quick Installation Guide To begin, launch the “SEEnergy Deivce Search” utility from the CD and
proceed with the installation:
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Once the installation is complete, check the “Launch the Search AP”
option and click “Finish”.
The search should start automatically and its status should be displayed.
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14 SVR-­‐632/664 Quick Installation Guide The NVR should be located and its IP address should be displayed.
Double-click on an NVR and the search program should automati- cally
access the NVR’s web administration page from your default browser.
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You should be prompted for the NVR’s username and password. Enter
its default username “admin” and password “admin” and then
click”OK” to enter the system
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The NVR comes with a pre-configured static IP “192.168.101.50”.
However, it is only used when there is no DHCP server presented in
the network. The NVR will turn on its DHCP server function and act as
the DHCP server in the network. To connect to the NVR, use a PC that
is on the same network over a switch or hub, or connect the PC
directly to the NVR using a crossover CAT5 Ethernet cable.
The PC that is connected directly to the NVR (or within the same local
area network) should receive an IP from the NVR. Simply access the
NVR from your web browser with its IP address
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Again, you should be prompted for the username and password. Enter
its default username “admin” and password “admin” and then
click”OK” to enter the system
Set up Password
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18 SVR-­‐632/664 Quick Installation Guide The default login username and password is admin/admin. To change
the password of the admin account, go to “Setup” --> “System Configurations” --> “User Account”, click on the “admin” account in the
account list then press the “edit” button to change its password.
Finally, click “Apply” to save the change.
Camera Installation
Add a Camera -- Automatic Search
Click the “Search” button to perform the camera search.
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You should be prompted to install Active Control component in order
for the search to function properly. Go ahead and click “Install”
After that, the search should begin and its status should be displayed:
Found cameras should be listed and simply select a camera from the
list and press “Configure”
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20 SVR-­‐632/664 Quick Installation Guide Its corresponding information should be displayed in the “Camera
Information” section. Enter its username and password and select the
channel ID and name the camera.
Click on “Detect” to establish connection between the recorder and the
camera. If connection establishes successfully, camera’s detailed
information should be polled and displayed as below.
Adjust its video format, frame rate, resolution or bitrate...etc if you
wish and then click “Add” to finish adding the camera
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Add a camera manually
Simply follow the instruction described above but instead of using the
“Search” function, enter the camera’s IP address and credential in the
“Camera Information” manually.
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