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BRX BRX2008A User guide
BRX2004A/BRX2008A
USER GUIDE
MOBILE DIGITAL VIDEO RECORDER
With Advanced Analytic Software
1st Edition

Thank you for purchasing D-TEG BRX2004A/BRX2008A.
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Please familiarize yourself with the capabilities your new Mobile DVR can
provide by reading this manual carefully.
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Please be careful when using your new device while driving
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Your new device may be upgraded with new functions and features
periodically, please check our website (www.d-teg.com or www.d-teg.us)
or with your sales rep to stay updated and maximize your experience.
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Preface
Notice
Any unauthorized use of this guide or its contents is prohibited.
The contents may be changed without notice.
The contents of this user guide are comprehensively designed to provide adequate
information to set up and operate the purchased device. Please contact D-TEG if you have
any questions or find any omissions.
If you find any missing pages in this users guide, please contact your dealer or D-TEG for
a replacement.
The images and display captures are examples to help you understand this device and
may differ from what you may observe.
Limitation of use
This device is designed and manufactured for commercial use only and is not intended
for use where the failure of the device could lead to death, personal injury, or severe
environmental damage. Please use discretion when using in situations that require
high precision or that may endanger life or damage valuable assets. D-TEG does not
take any responsibility for accidents in such cases.
Software License Agreement
D-TEG and its suppliers grant to the customer a nonexclusive and nontransferable
license to use the PC Viewer software in object code form solely on a single central
processing unit owned or leased by Customer or otherwise embedded in equipment
provided by D-TEG
Customer may make one archival copy of the Software provided Customer affixes to
such copy all copyright, confidentiality, and proprietary notices that appear on the
original.
Except as expressly authorized above, the customer shall not: copy, in whole or in part,
software or documentation; modify the software; reverse compile or reverse assemble
all of any portion of the software; or rent, lease, distribute, sell, or create derivative
works of the software.
Export Restrictions
D-TEG products are controlled under the Korean Export Regulations, please check all
relevant laws and codes and make sure all compliances are met before exporting.
Copyright
The use of recorded data without the expressed authorization of the owner is
prohibited.
Trademark
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Microsoft, Windows Vista, Windows7 are trademarks of Microsoft Corporation,
registered in the US and other countries.
Pentium is a trademark of Intel Corporation, registered in the US and other
countries.
Other company and product names mentioned herein may be trademarks of their
respective companies.
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Table of Contents
Safety Advice ......................................................................................................................................................... 7
1. Contents .............................................................................................................................................................. 9
2. Specifications .................................................................................................................................................... 12
3. BRX2004A Overview ...................................................................................................................................... 14
3-1. Front .......................................................................................................................................................... 14
3-2. Rear ........................................................................................................................................................... 17
4. Cable Diagram Examples ...................................................................................................................... 18
4-1 Option I (Kyoto example)............................................................................................................. 18
4-2 Option II (Nagoya example)....................................................................................................... 19
4-3 Option III (Tokyo example) ........................................................................................................ 20
Main Unit Set Up ............................................................................................................................................... 21
1.
Live Screen.................................................................................................................................................. 21
2.
Information Screen ................................................................................................................................ 22
3.
MAIN MENU ................................................................................................................................................. 23
3-1. Device Setting .................................................................................................................................... 25
3-1-1. Device / Camera ................................................................................................................... 25
3-1-2. Device / Signal ...................................................................................................................... 26
3-1-3. Device / G-sensor ................................................................................................................ 27
3-1-4. Device / Remote Control ................................................................................................. 32
3-1-5. Device/ Display ....................................................................................................................... 32
3-1-6. DEVICE/ EXTERNAL DEVICE .......................................................................................... 33
3-2. Record Settings ................................................................................................................................. 35
3-2-1. Record Settings/ Quality & Resolution ..................................................................... 36
3-2-2. Record Settings / Channel Set Up ............................................................................. 37
3-2-3. Record Settings / Record Option ............................................................................... 38
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3-3.SYSTEM Settings ................................................................................................................................ 38
3-3-1. SYSTEM / DATE/TIME/LANGUAGE ............................................................................ 39
3-3-2. SYSTEM / USER MANAGEMENT .................................................................................. 40
3-3-1. SYSTEM / SERVICE ............................................................................................................. 40
4. Uploading/ Downloading the Setting File................................................................................... 43
4-1. Upload ...................................................................................................................................................... 43
4-2. Download ............................................................................................................................................... 43
PC Viewer Software Instructions ........................................................................................................... 44
1.
System Requirements.......................................................................................................................... 44
1-1. Hardware................................................................................................................................................ 44
1-2. Software ................................................................................................................................................. 44
2.
Installation of PC Viewer Software .............................................................................................. 45
3.
PC Viewer Software Description.................................................................................................... 45
3-1. PC Viewer Main Screen ................................................................................................................. 46
3-1-1. PC Viewer Control Buttons ............................................................................................... 47
3-1-2. Control Buttons and Indicators ..................................................................................... 48
4.
Playing ............................................................................................................................................................ 49
4-1. Connecting HDD (or SSD) .......................................................................................................... 49
4-2. Select HDD (or SSD) ...................................................................................................................... 49
4-3. Select Layout....................................................................................................................................... 52
5.
View Information ..................................................................................................................................... 54
5-1. Sensor Information ......................................................................................................................... 54
5-2. Analyze Driving Info ....................................................................................................................... 56
5-3. Tracking .................................................................................................................................................. 57
5-4. PC Viewer Display ............................................................................................................................ 57
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Search ............................................................................................................................................................ 58
6.
6-1. Calendar Search ................................................................................................................................ 58
6-2. Event Search ....................................................................................................................................... 58
7.
Blur Function .............................................................................................................................................. 60
8.
Data Backup and Printing .................................................................................................................. 62
8-1. Still frame conversion to jpg .................................................................................................... 62
8-1. Video conversion to avi ................................................................................................................ 63
8-3. Print Image ........................................................................................................................................... 63
Backup and Backup list ....................................................................................................................... 65
9.
9-1. Backup ..................................................................................................................................................... 65
9-2. Backup List ........................................................................................................................................... 65
10.
Setting ........................................................................................................................................................ 67
10-1. PC Viewer set up ............................................................................................................................ 67
10-2. DVR Configuration ........................................................................................................................ 69
10-2-1. Device .......................................................................................................................................... 70
10-2-2. Record ......................................................................................................................................... 72
10-2-3. Event ............................................................................................................................................ 75
10-2-5. EMS (Eco Management System) ............................................................................... 84
11.
Remove Data Storage Media....................................................................................................... 85
12.
About ........................................................................................................................................................... 85
12-1. Version Info ....................................................................................................................................... 85
12-2. Hotkeys ................................................................................................................................................ 86
Appendix A) Shortcut Key list.................................................................................................................. 87
Appendix B) Suggested Axis Adjustments by Device Positions ........................................ 89
Appendix C) Recording Time Table ...................................................................................................... 93
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Appendix D) Specifications ........................................................................................................................ 96
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Safety Advice
SAFETY ADVICE
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT REMOVE COVER.
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
Please make sure you follow the safety advice/instructions given in the user guide.
CAUTION
RISK OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS REPLACED BY AN INCORRECT TYPE.
DISPOSE OF USED BATTERIES ACCORDING TO THE INSTRUCTIONS.
Battery for RTC (Real Time Clock) inside.
CAUTION
Connect your vehicle’s power cable to the product after starting the vehicle.
The instant over voltage generated when starting up the vehicle may damage
the product if it is already connected.
CAUTION
Install the product where it does not block driver’s visibility and where there is
no airbag installed. This could cause an accident or might injure the passengers in
case of accident.
CAUTION
Damages due to production malfunction, loss of data, or other damages occurring
while using this product shall not be the responsibility of the manufacturer. Although
the product is a device used for recording videos, the product may not save all videos
in the case of a malfunction. In the case of an accident, the sensor may not recognize
the shock when the impact is light and as a result, it may not begin recording
automatically.
WARNING:
TO PREVENT FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD,
DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
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GPS Reception
1.
Activate the product in an area without large buildings to improve GPS
reception.
The commercial purpose GPS has the average range error of more than 15
meters and the range error could be more than 100 meters due to
environmental conditions like buildings, roadside trees etc.
2.
The temperature range for optimum operation of the GPS receiver in
your car is -10 ~ 50°C.
3.
When using the product for the first time or after a long period (more
than three days), it may take a little longer to recognize your current
location.
It may take between five and thirty minutes to get GPS reception.
Situations where reception may be obstructed.
1. If there is an object at the end of the GPS antenna
2. If your vehicle has metallic elements on the windshields
3. If equipment generating electromagnetic waves that interfere with the GPS
signal is installed in the vehicle, e.g. other GPS devices such as certain
types of wireless activated alarms, MP3, CD players, etc. using GPS.
4. If you are using a receiver connected by cable, electric interference can be
avoided by simply changing the location of the GPS receiver (antenna).
5. On heavily overcast or cloudy days, if the vehicle is in a covered location
such as under a bridge or raised roadway, in a tunnel, an underground
roadway or parking area, inside a building or surrounded by high-rise
buildings.
6. If GPS signal reception is poor, it may take longer to locate your current
position when the vehicle is moving than when it is stationary.
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1. Contents
The following items are included with the BRX2004A or BRX2008A.
No.
Qty
Part Number
Part Name and Description
1
1
BRX2004A or
BRX2008A
BRX2004A/ BRX2008A
- Mobile Digital Video Recorder main
unit
2
1
MSY11030100
Waterproof GPS Module and Case
3
1
MTPMT040040
Double sided tape
- use to fasten GPS Module
4
1
RH400
Removable SSD/HDD case
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Image
No.
Qty
5
1
MPR11020901 &
MPR11021001
Bracket and Back Cable Cover
- use to install BRX unit
6
8
PAN+ 04*08Black
Screws
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2
MKY03
Keys for internal lock
- turns on device and locks HDD/SSD
case in the BRX unit
MKY02
Keys for external lock
- locks main unit’s front cover
BRX-WH040
Camera Cable
- connects 4 cameras each
* BRX2004A comes with one
* BRX2008A comes with two
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9
1
or
2
Part Number
Part Name and Description
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Image
No.
Qty
Part Number
Part Name and Description
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1
BRX-WH062
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1
BRX-WH090
Power in Cable
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1
BRX-WH100
Car Signal Cable
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1
INSTALL-700M
PC Viewer Installation CD (or SD card)
& User Guide
Digital IO & A/V Out
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2. Specifications
Category
Video Inputs (max)
Model
BRX2004A
4
Video Out
Audio Inputs (max)
Audio Out
Video Format
Audio Format
Recording Resolution
Recording FPS
Alarm In
Alarm Out
LED indicators
Removable Storage
External Device
LAN
G-Sensor
Serial Port
Signal Port
Input Interface
Power Out
Application Language
SW
Allowable Temperature
Range
Allowable Humidity
Range
Max Shock Tolerance
Power/Consumption
Weight (approx.)
Dimensions
Remarks
BRX2008A
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1
4
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1
H.264
G.711
NTSC: 704 x 480, 704 x 240, 352 x 240
PAL: 704 x 576, 704 x 288, 352 x 288
NTSC: 60(D1) / 120(Half-D1) / 240(CIF)
PAL: 50(D1) / 100(Half-D1) / 200(CIF)
4(O/C) + 3(Voltage) + 1(RPM)
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Power, Rec, Alarm, LAN
SATA I interface, 2.5”, HDD or SSD
USB Host 1 (Rear), SD Card 1 (Front)
Wire: 10/100 bps
Internal 3 Axis
2+1(GPS) * RS-232C
5: Left, Right, Brake, Reverse, Speed
Front Button:
up,down,left,right,enter,esc,ch,search,fn,
status
DC 12V : 1 (Front) + 1 (Rear)
English, Japanese, Russian, Korean
Chinese Simplified/Traditional,
Portuguese
PC Viewer
-10 ℃ ~ 60 ℃
0 ~ 90 %
3G (SSD), 1G (HDD)
DC 24V/1A
1.08 kg = 970g (main unit) + 110g
(removable Pack)
1 DIN: 178mm(W) x 50mm(H) x
180mm(D)
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NTSC/PAL
selectable
NTSC/PAL
selectable
Interfaces
Removable
HDD/SSD Slot
SD
Video Out
Audio Out
External Power Out
LED
BEEP
Button
IR Receiver
Video Inputs
Audio Input
Car Signal
Alarm In
Alarm Out
Serial Port 1
Serial Port 2
Serial Port 3
USB
LAN
Power In
External Power Out
IO – Front
2.5”, SATA I, Key Lock type
Key Lock (Power on)
Key Unlock (Power off)
FW Upgrade
Configuration File Loading
EMS, Auto back up
RCA type, Main video out
RCA type, Playback audio
DC 12V
Power, Rec, Alarm, LAN
Status, Error
Up,Down,Left,Right, Enter
Channel,Search,Function,Esc,Status
IR Remote Controller(reserve)
IO – Rear
Video (NTSC/PAL) In
Camera Power (DC 12V)
Line in
Left, Right, Brake, Reverse, Speed
Pulse
1~4 : Voltage off/on
5~7: Normal open/close
8: RPM
Digital output
Debug
Tachometer
External GPS
Host A type
FW Upgrade
Configuration File Loading
10/100 Mbps, RJ-45 jack
DC 12V / 24V
DC 12V
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3. BRX2004A Overview
3-1. Front
①
②
④
SD ▼
⑥
⑤
⑧
⑦
⑨
① Cover Lock
② LED Indicator Lights
[POWER]: Illuminated when the BRX is powered (Green LED)
[REC]: Illuminated when recording (Orange LED)
[ALARM]: Illuminated in any fail conditions (Red LED)
[LAN]: Illuminated when connected to the network (Orange LED)
At power on, the POWER LED will illuminate immediately and the BRX will go into
system check. Once device is operational, the REC LED will also illuminate. This
usually takes about a minute but in some cases, the device may need to reboot
in which case it will take about 5 minutes
③ Control Buttons
[SER]: Search data by date using calendar index
[CH]: Select single camera view
[MENU]: Set up
[ESC]: Return to previous screen
[<∧∨>]: Direction keys to move selections during set up
[<]: Change layout of live screening to 9 split screen
[>]: Change layout of live screening to 4 split screen
[∨]: Press down for 3 seconds to stop EMS data recording and safely eject
SD card
Note
While accessing the menu, data may be being recorded on the SD card, please use the
[ESC] key to exit the Set Up mode before ejecting SD Card
[FN]: Function key
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③
[FN] + [∧]: Upload device settings
* Uploading Device set up: Store your device settings onto a SD Card or USB
memory stick using the PC Viewer, plug in the memory media into the device
while in operation, pressing the [FN] + [∧] together will upload and change the
settings.
[FN] + [∨]: Download device settings and log data
* Downloading Device set up: Plug in a SD Card or USB memory and press the
[FN] + [∨] together to download the settings
Note
1. When the device is in Set Up mode, both uploading and downloading the
settings is not possible.
2. When both SD card and USB memory stick are plugged in, even if there
are no recorded settings, only the SD card will be read
[STA]: Selects overview information and display type on monitor
④ Removable HDD(SSD) Cartridge: When the Key lock is on ON, the removable
cartridge cannot be inserted or pulled out
Note
Remove the Removable HDD (or SSD) Cartridge only after Key is unlocked,
and LED lights are out.
⑤ Key
A.


Lock: Locks Removable Cartridge and also turns the power on and off
When using the Key Lock to power up and off
Off → On: Immediately powers up, operational in 40 sec
On → Off: Initiates shut down and will fully power off in 15 sec
B. When using the ACC Signal to power up and off
 Off → On: Powers up in 5 sec, operational in 45 sec (the [REC] LED will
illuminate)
 On → Off: Stops recording immediately, initiates shut down in one
minute, and will fully power off in 1 min and 15 sec
* The delay time for record off and power off time can be modified using the
power board’s dipswitch inside the device. For more information, please
consult with your dealer.
⑥ SD Card Slot: Plug in SD card to upload and download EMS data
* SD cards can be inserted at any time but must be safely ejected by
pressing [∨] for 3 seconds prior to removal. After you hear the double
beep, push in the SD card to unlock and then eject. SD cards can also be
safely removed after power shutdown of the BRX.
A. Downloading the setting and log files
 Insert the SD card, Press the [Fn] and [∨] key simultaneously to
download the setting and log files.
 Two short beeps will sound when download is finished. One short
beep will sound if there is an error.
 Please follow the SD card safe ejection instructions described above
when removing.
 The downloaded data will be stored in the SD card in the folder
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“dvr_config_down”, and in the sub-folder “MAC_Mac Address“ as
files: “dvrid.ini, setting.ini, version.ini, system.log”
B. Uploading the setting files
 Set and store device setting files using the PC Viewer (For
instructions refer to section 10-2)
 Insert the SD card until it locks and press [Fn] and [∧]
simultaneously.
 During the upload, the device will sound three short beeps
continuously
 Two short beeps will sound when upload is finished. One short beep
will sound if there is an error.
⑦ Video Out Port
⑧ Audio Out Port
⑨ DC 12V Power Out
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3-2. Rear
①
②
③
④
⑤
⑥
⑦
⑧
⑨
⑩
① Power Connector
Use the included power cable bundle for this connection, the battery cable
connects to the battery power and the ACC cable connects to the ignition or
main power switch.
② Car Signal Connector
Use the car signal cable bundle for this connection. Connect the appropriate
car signals to the labeled cables.
③ Serial Ports
Port 1: Connect external device usually used for system maintenance
Port 2: Connect external device usually used to connect EMS Alert Unit
Port 3: Connect external device usually allotted for external GPS
④ Main Power Switch
⑤ Power out (DC 12V)
⑥ Digital IO / AV out Connector
Digital Input 1: Allotted for RPM signal
Digital Input 2 ~ 8: Connects to other signal inputs such as panic switch,
horn, door open and close, etc.
Digital Output 1 ~ 2
Audio / Video Out
⑦ AV In (1~4) Connector
Cameras 1 ~ 4: Video, audio, and 12 V power supply
⑧ AV In (5~8) Connector
Cameras 5 ~ 8: Video, audio, and 12 V power supply
⑨ USB connector
Supports firmware up-grade, set up file upload / download, and network
connection
⑩ Ethernet connector
Supports network connection
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4. Cable Diagram Examples
4-1 Option I (Kyoto example)
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4-2 Option II (Nagoya example)
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4-3 Option III (Tokyo example)
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Main Unit Set Up
1. Live Screen
1) The device will become operational in one to two minutes after the power on.
Note
1. When the device is properly set up and powered on, power on and off can be
controlled by either the main power switch or the ignition, depending on your
own connection arrangement.
2. At power on, the unit will automatically self-check. If required, it may re-boot in
which case it will take up to 5 minutes for the device to be operational.
3. The delay power-on settings can be modified with the dipswitches, please consult
with your dealer.
4. If the SSD or HDD is not inserted into the BRX, the [REC] LED will not illuminate.
5. If the [ALARM] LED is illuminated, there may be a problem with the camera
connection or data storage device, please contact your installer.
2) When the device is fully operational, the [POWER] and [REC] LED lights will
illuminate.
3) While operating and if a monitor is connected, the below image will show as
the default display setting.
*the default viewer setting is CAM1 as below. This can be changed by pushing
[CH] for other camera views, [<] to show all camera views, [>] to show four
camera views at a time.
①
⑥
②
③
⑤
④
① Camera name: Default is CAM 1 ~ CAM 8 but can be renamed
② Digital input 1~7, alarm output 1~2, G-sensor indicators, refer to the
“Live Display Indicators” Insert below
③ SSD or HDD record status bar
④ Date and time
⑤ Speed indicator: Current speed / Speed limit
⑥ Recording indicators, refer to the Live Display Indicators Insert below
Live Display Indicators
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Video Loss, No Camera
Detect Alarm in 4
Motion Detection
Detect Alarm in 5
Audio Record
Detect Alarm in 6
Continuous Record (RED)
Detect Alarm in 7
Event Record (YELLOW)
Detect Alarm in 8
Detect Alarm in 1
Activate Alarm out 1
Detect Alarm in 2
Activate Alarm out 2
Detect Alarm in 3
Detect G-sensor variability
2. Information Screen
1) Press [STA] four times to switch to the Information Screen.
① System Version: Displays firmware version
② Micom (chipset) Version
③ Video Standard: Displays video Standard, either NTSC or PAL
④ Mac Address
⑤ GPS: Displays longitude, latitude, and speed
* If there is no GPS value, check your location to see if there is any GPS
signal reception.
⑥ Alarm In/Out: Displays digital input 1 ~ 7 and digital output 1 ~ 2. 0
means no signal, 1 means there is a signal
⑦ Speed Pulse: Displays speed pulse and speed measured by the vehicle’s
speed pulse
* If the speed indicated here varies with the vehicle’s speedometer, please
re-configure the car pulse type by going to [Menu -> Device -> Signal ->
Carpulse Type] and selecting the correct type.
⑧ Car Signal: Displays car signals
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i.
Left turn signal: Left
ii.
Right turn signal: Right
iii.
Brake pedal: Brake
iv.
Reverse gear: Reverse
v.
Emergency: Left & Right
* Multiple signal display is possible
⑨ G-Sensor
* When installing your device, configuring your G-sensor is essential. Refer to
Appendix B for the configuration values and select the correct angle setup for
each axis.
⑩ RPM: Displays engine RPM measured by RPM pulse.
* If the RPM indicated here varies with the RPM gauge, please re-configure
the RPM pulse type by going to [Menu -> Device -> Signal -> RPM Pulse
Type] and selecting the correct type.
Note
The values on the Information Screen refreshes every second, please give ample time
for the device to display before changing the values or settings.
3. MAIN MENU
1) To access Menu, press [MENU] and the default password: [>][<][∨][∧].
The password can be changed, refer to the below Notice box.
2) After typing the password, press [MENU] again and the below screen will
show.
3) Within Menu, there are three directories: Device, Record, and System.
4) Use [>] and [<] to change directories.
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5) Within each directory, there are sub-directories that can be accessed by
pressing [∨][∧] and then [MENU]
6) Press [ESC] to return to previous stage.
Note
The password can be changed by going to [MENU -> SYSTEM -> USER MANAGEMENT ->
PASSWORD]. Press [MENU] to change the password. Use a combination of [>], [<], [∨],
[∧] as a password then press [MENU] to set. If left empty, no password will be set.
Repeat this process to confirm. Press [ESC] to return to previous stage and exit MENU.
Note
1. Not all configurations can be set from the main device, please use the PC Viewer if
you wish to access the full array of configurations.
2. The categories that cannot be changed are shaded in grey.
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3-1. Device Setting



Sub-categories are camera, signal, G-sensor, remote control, display, and
external device.
Press the [∨] and [∧] keys to move between selections. When the
subcategory you wish to set-up is highlighted in yellow, press [MENU] to
enter configuration.
Press [ESC] to return to previous screen.
3-1-1. Device / Camera



Move between the set-up selections using the arrow keys
Channel: Select the channel for configuration using the arrow keys.
Video: Turn the selected channel on/off using the arrow keys.
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Note
1. The channels that are turned off cannot be viewed live nor will it be recorded.
2. When there is a recording failure, the video loss icon will show on the channel’s live
screen and the alarm LED will light up.
3. When a channel is activated without a connected camera, the video loss icon will
show on the channel’s blank screen and the alarm LED will light up. To avoid this,
please turn off all channels that are not being used.




Camera Title: Each camera can be named separately, e.g. use or location,
using a maximum of 10 characters.
Brightness: Adjust using [>] and [<] keys, higher is brighter
Contrast: Adjust using [>] and [<] keys
Use the [ESC] key to return to the “DEVICE” screen.
3-1-2. Device / Signal



Carpulse Type
‐ Check the carpulse type and use the [>] and [<] keys to set the correct kind
among “2/4/8/16/20/25”
Carpulse Standard
‐ Check the carpulse type standard and use the [>] and [<] keys to set the
correct kind among “JIS 4W/JIS 2W,3W/SAE/DIN/BNA”.
- The Carpulse Standard Value will change with the standard chosen.
RPM Pulse Type
‐ Check the carpulse type standard and use the [>] and [<] keys to set the
correct kind among “1~10”.
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3-1-3. Device / G-sensor

Depending on the installation location and slant, set the “(X), (Y), (Z)” axis
angles using the information provided in REF2 below.
Caution!
1. When using an HDD, postion the device in an upright positon only
2. The postions and adjustments in REF2 are ONLY for when using SSDs.



The “X, Y, Z” axis angles can be set at “0/90/180/270”.
Set the “Acceleration(FX), Deceleration(RX), Turn(Y), Vertical(Z)” trigger
levels from “0.1G ~ 1.0G”.
The trigger levels are used as event points when driving data is recorded and
are utilized when searching for excessive G-sensor changes while accelerating,
decelerating, turning, or when in accidents.
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“REF2. Suggested axis adjustments by device positions”
ONLY for when using SSD! HDD users must postion the device upright!
Driving direction
F: Front
B: Bottom
RR: Rear
R: Right-side
T: Top
L: Left side
1) When device is in an upright position
T
F
R
L
T
RR
RR
R
B
B
X:0, Y:0, Z:0
X:0, Y:0, Z:180
T
T
F
L
L
RR
B
B
X:0, Y:0, Z:270
X:0, Y:0, Z:90
Caution!
1. When using an HDD, postion the device in an upright positon only
2. The postions and adjustments in REF2 are ONLY for when using SSDs.
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F
R
2) When device is in an upside-down position
B
F
L
RR
RR
R
T
T
X:180, Y:0, Z:0
X:180, Y:0, Z:180
B
B
F
L
B
R
R
F
RR
T
T
X:180, Y:0, Z:270
X:180, Y:0, Z:90
L
3) When device is in a sideway position with the TOP to the left
R
F
L
T
L
RR
RR
T
L
X:270, Y:0, Z:0
R
X:270, Y:180, Z:0
F
RR
T
R
R
RR
X:270, Y:90, Z:0
T
F
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F
L
4) When device is in a sideways position with the TOP to the right
L
F
R
B
RR
RR
B
F
R
X:90, Y:0, Z:0
L
X:90, Y:180, Z:0
F
RR
R
B
L
B
L
RR
X:90, Y:90, Z:0
R
F
5) When device is in a sideway position with the TOP facing front
L
T
F
R
B
T
R
X:90, Y:0, Z:270
RR
B
L
X:270, Y:0, Z:90
RR
F
T
R
B
T
RR
X:180, Y:90, Z:0
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L
F
B
6) When device is in a sideway position with the TOP facing rear
R
B
F
L
T
B
L
X:270, Y:0, Z:270
RR
T
R
X:90, Y:0, Z:90
RR
F
B
L
T
B
R
F
RR
X:0, Y:90, Z:0
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TOP
CAUTION!
Never install the BRX2000 device with the front facing down. This will lead to SSD
recording malfunctioning and damage to the device.
3-1-4. Device / Remote Control
You can activate and deactivate the remote control using the [>] and [<]
keys.
 When activated, the remote control receiver needs to be chosen between
“Internal” when using the infrared receiver on the device itself and
“External” when using an optional external receiver. When a remote control
is not in use, set to “OFF”.
*The external receiver is an optional accessory and can be purchased separately.
*To utilize an external receiver, connect the receiver to the serial port #2,
marked S2, and in the “EXTERNAL DEVICE” setting section, configure
“SERIAL2 – DEVICE” to “EXTERNAL IR”.

3-1-5. Device/ Display

Default Screen
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
- This sets the initial screen that will be displayed at power on and can be
chosen among these options: “1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / 8 / 2×2‐1 /
2×2‐2 / 3×3”
- “2×2‐1” will show channels 1 ~ 4 split into 4 screens and “2×2‐2” will
show channels 5 ~ 8 split into 4 screens.
EMS Alert Unit
Note
The EMS Alert Unit is an optional accessory and can be purchased separately.
- USE: Select “ON” using the [>] and [<] keys.
‐ ACC/DEC VALUE: The G-sensor Warning Light on the EMS Alarm Display Unit
will illuminate when the G-sensor senses momentum exceeding the set level.
Levels can be adjusted from 0.1G to 1.0G.
- SPEED VALUE: The Speed Warning Light on the EMS Alarm Display Unit will
illuminate when the speed exceeds the set level. The level can be adjusted
from 000 to 999 using the arrow keys.
‐ RPM VALUE: The RPM Warning Light on the EMS Alarm Display Unit will
illuminate when the RPM exceeds the set level. The level can be adjusted
from 0000 to 9999 using the arrow keys.
- IDLING TIME (MIN): The Idling Warning Light on the EMS Alarm Display
Unit will illuminate when the driver idles for more than the set time. The time
is in minutes and can be adjusted from 000 to 999 using the arrow keys.
- BUZZER: When set to “ON”, a buzzer will sound in addition to the
illumination for all alarms.
3-1-6. DEVICE/ EXTERNAL DEVICE
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
Serial Port Usage
* The BRX series has three serial ports: [S1/S2/S3]. S1 (Serial Port 1) is
used solely for debugging and maintenance while S2 (Serial Port 2) and S3
(Serial Port 3) may be used to connect various external devices such as GPS,
External IR receiver, Tachometers and the EMS Alert unit.
- SERIAL2 – DEVICE and SERIAL3 – DEVICE: Use the arrow keys to select
connected external device to activate.
- SERIAL2 – BAUD and SERIAL3 – BAUD: use arrow keys to select baud rate
from the following preset values: “4800/9600/19200/38400/115200”
* The baud rates for D-TEG products including EMS Alert unit, GPS, and
remote control is 9600.
Note
1. To avoid repetitive device settings, the device selected for SERIAL2 – DEVICE will not
be available for selection for SERIAL3 – DEVICE and vice versa.
2. Since there are only two available serial ports, only two external devices can be used
at the same time.
3. Typically the EMS Alarm Display Unit is plugged into S2 and GPS into S3.

TACHO DATA
* The TACHO DATA settings are only accessible if either TACHO DONGSUN or
DT-STD is selected for use.
- GPS, SPEED, RPM, and SIGNAL: Depending on what data is being drawn
from the tachometer, GPS, SPEED, RPM, and SIGNAL can be activated by
using the arrow keys.
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3-2. Record Settings




Sub-categories for record settings are Quality & Resolution, Channel Setup,
and Record Options.
Press the [∨] and [∧] keys to move between selections. When the
subcategory you wish to set-up is highlighted in yellow, press [MENU] to
enter configuration.
Press [ESC] to return to previous screen.
The total recording time depends on the size of the data storage device and
record settings. Please refer to Appendix C for the recording timetable.
Note
1. The times on the recording timetable are approximations. Since The BRX uses the
H.264 standard for video compression, depending on the recorded video, the size of the
data will differ. Therefore, the recording times on the recording timetable may not be
exact. We recommend you verify the times through an on-site trial run.
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3-2-1. Record Settings/ Quality & Resolution




RESOLUTION: Select among “D1 (704*480), HD1 (704*240), CIF (352*240)”
using the arrow keys.
QUALITY: Select among “Super, High, Normal”
PRE REC TIME: Sets the amount of recording time prior to an event is
triggered
- Select between 0 (N/A) to 5 seconds using the arrow keys
- If ”N/A” is selected, there will be no pre-recordings in case of an event
POST REC TIME: Sets the amount of recording time after an event is
triggered
- Select between 0 sec (N/A), 10 sec, 30 sec, 1 min, 5 min, 10 min, 30 min,
and 1 hour using the arrow keys
- If” N/A” is selected, recording will stop immediately after the event has
ended, i.e. there will be no post-recordings in case of an event.
Note
PRE-REC TIME and POST REC TIME is valid only when the recording mode is set to event
recording mode.
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3-2-2. Record Settings / Channel Set Up




Set recording mode, frame rate, and audio per each channel
CHANNEL
- First, select the channel you wish to configure using [<] and [>] keys.
- Second, use the [∨] and [∧] keys to move between “RECORD, FPS, AUDIO”,
the specific settings will only apply to the selected channel.
- Configure all cameras (channels) that are connected to the main unit.
RECORD
- Choose between “OFF/Normal/Event /Normal + Event”
- If set to “OFF”, the channel will not be recorded.
- If set to “Normal”, the channel will be recorded continuously as long as
there is power to the unit.
- If set to “Event”, the channel will only be recorded if there is an event.
* If the times for PRE REC TIME and POST REC TIME are set, the recording
will include these periods.
* Event setting can only be done through the PC Viewer. Please refer to
section 10-2-3.
- If set to “Normal + Event”, in normal conditions, recording will be at 1 (ONE)
frame per second (FPS) but in an event, it will record at the set frames per
second.
FPS (Frames per Second)
- Possible FPS will differ based on the resolution and Video standard (PAL or
NTSC).
- The maximum frames per resolutions are, at D1:60 frames, HD1:120
frames, and CIF:240 frames. The total frames need to be considered when
setting the FPS as the total number of frames per resolution cannot be
exceeded. The total frames divided by the number of cameras used is the
maximum number of possible FPS for each channel, e.g. if using eight
cameras at CIF resolution, the maximum number of frames for each camera
will be 30.
- FPS can be set from 1 to 30 frames.
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Note
1. Since the total number of frames change with resolution, if the resolution is changed
the total number of frames will change and the FPS will need to be re-set. To avoid
redundant operations, please set the resolution before setting the FPS.
3. If the FPS is set before the resolution is set, please go back and re-set the FPS before
use.

Audio
- All channels can record audio.
- To record audio, a camera with an internal microphone should be connected
to the main unit and the audio turned on.
3-2-3. Record Settings / Record Option

If the OVERWRITE option is turned on, the recorded data will be overwritten
after the SSD or HDD is full, if the OVERWRITE option is turned off, the
recorded data will not be overwritten, i.e. recording will stop, after the SSD or
HDD is full.
3-3.SYSTEM Settings
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

Important configurations such as date, language, password, format, default
settings can be set here.
When changing certain configurations, side effects such as data loss, video
loss, or limited access may occur. So please use caution when changing any
system settings.
3-3-1. SYSTEM / DATE/TIME/LANGUAGE






SYSTEM TIME: Configures date and time.
- Press the [MENU]. When the year is highlighted in red use the [∨] and [∧]
keys to change the year.
- After setting the year use the [<] and [>] keys to move and set the month,
day, and time.
- The changed system date and time will be applied immediately but all other
settings will be applied after you exit the menu.
- When a GPS module is connected and the time is set to automatically
synchronize with the GPS time, there is no need to set this component.
DATE FORMAT
- Select between: “YYYY-MM-DD/MM-DD-YYYY/DD-MM-YYYY”.
TIME FORMAT
- Select between “12H/24H”
* At 2:40 PM, if set to 12H, time will be displayed as PM 02:30, if set to 24H,
time will be displayed as 14:30.
TIMEZONE
- The time zone needs to be set accurately if synchronizing automatically to
GPS time.
- If automatic GPS time synchronization is not used this setting is not
required.
DST (Daylight Savings Time)
- Activate if you daylight savings time is in effect
TIMESYNC
- Sets the time when the device should synchronize with the GPS time.
- Select between “OFF/On Booting/0 O’clock~23 O’clock”.
- If set to “OFF”, time will not be synchronized.
- If set to “On Booting”, time will synchronize whenever the device boots. In
addition, if the GPS time cannot be found at time of booting, the device will
automatically synchronize as soon it has reception.
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

- If set for a specific time: “0~23”, time will synchronize at that time. In
addition, if the GPS time cannot be found at that time, the device will
automatically synchronize as soon it has reception.
SPEED UNIT
- This component can only be set using the PC Viewer.
LANGUAGE
- The BRX2000 series offers these language settings “English/ Korean/
Japanese/ Chinese/ Simplified Chinese/ Russian/ Portuguese”
3-3-2. SYSTEM / USER MANAGEMENT



DVR ID
- A maximum of 10 characters (either alphabet or numbers) can be used to
create a DVR ID. For simplicity, some just use the vehicle number but if
multiple devices are used in the same vehicle please use a separate DVR ID.
- The DVR ID is recorded on all data and can be used to identify and
differentiate the source of the data.
USER ID
- The user ID is read from the SD card and can only be set using the EDA
software.
- When the SD card with the user ID is plugged in, the user ID will
automatically be read and displayed.
PASSWORD
- An 8-digit password can be set using the arrow keys.
- The factory set password is the sequence [>], [<], [∨], and [∧].
- Press menu to change the password. The password sequence will be needed
to be typed twice before an OK is displayed and the password is set.
- Leave the password setting space blank if you do not require a password.
Caution!
Keep your passwords in a safe place as if lost, you will not be able to access any the
menu
3-3-1. SYSTEM / SERVICE
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
FORMAT
- Select the data storage medium “HDD (SSD) or SD card” you wish to format
and press [MENU]. There is no SSD selection. If using a SSD, select HDD.
- After selecting, you will be asked, “Are you sure? NO”. Use the [>] or [<] to
select “Are you sure? YES”. Then press [MENU] to start formatting.
- A progress bar will show the status of the format and will close when
complete.
Caution!
1. Please backup all important data before formatting as all data will be lost when the
data storage medium is formatted.
2. Format all new HDD or SSD with the main unit, as explained here, before use.
3. Formatting with your PC and not the main unit, may not work and may even cause
damage.
4. The use of HDD, SSD, or SD Cards other than those supplied by D-TEG will invalidate
the warranty of this device and will constitute a breach of the operating software. D-TEG
will not be responsible for any problems or damages to the device that such use may
cause.

HDD Recovery
- In some cases where the HDD or SSD data has been lost or corrupted, this
function may help recover it. However, please note that not all damages,
including physical damage, can be recovered.
Caution!
1. This device is designed to provide supplementary data for reference in accidents and
cannot guarantee that all data will be recorded in its entirety.
2. All data storage media deteriorate with time. Periodic formats and renewals are
required for best performance.
3. Please remember to back-up your important data on a regular basis.
4. D-TEG does not take any responsibility for data not recorded due to misuse and lack
of maintenance
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UPGRADE
- A firmware upgrade is possible with both a SD Card and USB Memory Stick
- Insert the SD Card (or USB Memory stick) into your PC
- Create a folder “dvr_program” on the SD card in the root (main) directory
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- Copy the new firmware into the “dvr_program” folder.
- Extract the SD card (or USB Memory stick) and insert it into the main unit.
- In the upgrade menu, choose which media “SD card/USB(Rear)”you will use
to upgrade and press [MENU].
- The device will start upgrading immediately and once upgraded, the device
will automatically reboot.
* If both SD card and USB memory stick is inserted, priority usually goes to
the SD card unless it is specifically chosen.
Caution!
Do not disconnect the device while upgrade is in progress as it may damage the product.
If this happens, please contact your dealer.


CONFIGURATION
- Press [MEMU] to reset to factory default.
- Use the arrow keys to select “YES” and press [MEMU] again to confirm.
VIDEO STANDARD
- Select which the video standard for your country “NTSC/PAL”.
Caution!
If the video standard is incorrectly chosen, the recording and live video may be
distorted, please check the standard if this happens.
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4. Uploading/ Downloading the Setting File
4-1. Upload

The device can be configured with more options using the PC Viewer.
- Using the PC Viewer, set up the configurations as needed and then save
the settings to an SD card (or USB memory stick). Refer to Chapter 10 for
instructions.
- Insert the SD card (or USB memory stick) into the main unit and press
both [FN] and [∧] together.
- While uploading, you will see a progress bar and hear a sequence of
three beeps until complete.
- When uploading is complete, you will hear two short beeps and the
progress bar will close automatically.
4-2. Download

The configuration can also be downloaded
- Insert a SD card (or USB memory stick) and press both [Fn] and [∨]
together.
- While downloading, you will hear a sequence of three beeps until
complete.
- When downloading is complete, you will hear two short beeps.
- When ejecting the SD card, press down on the [∨] key for two seconds
until you hear two beeps. Then press the SD card in gently until it unclicks
and let go. When the card pops out partially, pull it out.
- Four files have been downloaded:
“dvrid.ini,setting.ini,version.ini,system.log” and are stored in the
“dvr_config_down” folder under a folder “MAC Address”.
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PC Viewer Software Instructions
This section is about how to install the PC Viewer Software Program and instructions on
how to use the program. The provided PC Viewer must be used to access the recorded
data, including all video and audio data. Once accessed, the video and audio data may
be converted into an AVI file for your use.
1. System Requirements
For the PC Viewer to operate properly, the following system requirements need to be met.
1-1. Hardware
 CPU : Intel Core 2 Duo (2Ghz) or higher
 Main Memory : 1G or larger
 VGA Memory : 256M
 HDD free space : 120 MBytes
1-2. Software
①
OS : Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7
②
Display Resolution : 1024X768
③
Language – English, Japanese, Korean
④
Support Device – Removable HDD (File System:Ext3) Ext2Fsd Driver
Install
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2. Installation of PC Viewer Software




Insert the PC Viewer Software CD and run the [SETUP.EXE] file by double
clicking it.
Choose the language of use and follow the instructions on the screen.
When complete, the [BRX2000A] execution file can be found by going to
[Start], [Programs], and [DVRViewer BRX200A].
If you check the [Create a desktop icon] option during the installation, the
below icon will be created on your desktop.
PC Viewer Execution Icon
3. PC Viewer Software Description
After connecting the BRX’s removable HDD (or SSD) cartridge to your PC and
using a SATA connection cable that can be purchased separately, double click the
PC ViewerExecution Icon.
The below PC Viewer Main Screen will pop up when you double click the PC
Viewer Execution Icon.
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3-1. PC Viewer Main Screen
①
②
③
④
①
②
③
④
Control Bar
Video Playback Screen
Signal and Alarm Display Bar
Playback Control Bar and Interval Selection Bar
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3-1-1. PC Viewer Control Buttons
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3-1-2. Control Buttons and Indicators
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4. Playing
4-1. Connecting HDD (or SSD)


Connect your removable HDD (or SSD) to your PC with the included SATA to
USB adaptor.
Check if the removable disk is properly connected and recognized.
Caution!
1. Only use the SATA to USB adaptor provided with the BRX unit.
2. For some PCs, the HDD (or SSD) may not be recognized and even may casue
damage to the HDD (or SSD) due to a shortage of electrical current, we highly
recommend using an additional 12V/2A power adaptor when accessing data on the HDD
(or SSD).
3. When using the additional power adaptor, please check if the power is set to ON (|)
and not OFF (O).
4-2. Select HDD (or SSD)


After connecting the removable HDD (or SSD), click the
tool bar to see the below screen.
button from the
Select the HDD (or SDD) you wish to access from the options given. The below
[Calendar Search] window will pop up.
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
Select the search options “Normal/ Event/ Other sub-options” from the left
bottom corner. The dates that have recorded video data for that option will be
filtered and are highlighted in blue. Choose the date you wish to check. The
chosen date will be highlighted in yellow.
* Search options
- Normal: Normal recorded data
- Event: Event recorded data
- Motion: Data with activated motion triggers
- Signal: Data with activated signal (turns, brakes, etc.) triggers
- G-sensor: Data with G-sensor (acceleration/ deceleration) values that
exceed pre-set G-sensor limit
- Speed: Data with speeds that exceed the pre-set speed limit
- Video Loss: Data with video loss

When a date is selected, the hours (from 0 ~ 24) with recorded data will be
highlighted in orange, for each camera and when the hour is selected, the
minutes (from 0 ~ 60) with recorded data will be highlighted in orange, for
each camera. Choose the minute you wish to start your search. The selected
hour and minutes will be highlighted in blue.

Click the [Search] button in the right bottom corner to access the recorded
data.
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Control Buttons
Indicator and Time Slide Bar

Playback can be operated using the control buttons. You may also jump to
different times by clicking other time slots that are highlighted in orange and
by sliding the time slide bar on the bottom for more precise changes.
* Refer to section 3-1-2 for more detailed description of the control buttons.

You can change the date by clicking the calendar search button
tool bar. It will take you back to the initial search screen.
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on the
4-3. Select Layout

The BRX2008A (BRX2004A) can be connected to a maximum of 8 (4)
cameras and microphones and all input data can be recorded simultaneously.

Click the “Select Layout”
button and choose with display layout you wish
to use. The screen can be split into “2/3/4/5/5/6/8/9” sections.
<Select Layout Options>

Example. The 5 section layout is as below
<5 Section Layout >

To view a channel in more detail, select a channel and double click. The
screen will change into a single channel view layout with the selected channel
showing. If you double click again, the layout will change back to its original
arrangement.
<4 Section>
<1 Section >
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<4 Section>

You can also switch the channel views around by dragging and dropping to
different locations on the screen.

To access other viewing options, right-click on your mouse to open and set up.
- Display ratio: Choose from “Original/TV(4:3)/Fit to Window”.
- Zoom: Choose from “1x/2x/4x/8x”. The zoom will only be applied to the
view that the arrow cursor was over.
- Mirror Mode: The view will be flipped to reverse left and right.
- Camera: Choose from channels “1∼8”. This will relocate the selected
channel to the location that the arrow cursor was pointing to.
- Mosaic: Choose to enable the pre-set blur function to the current view
and/or back up.
* Refer to chapter 7 for instructions on setting the blur function.
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5. View Information
The BRX records not only the video and audio from the connected cameras but
also GPS location information, speed, time, signals, RPM, G-sensor values, and
alarms. All recorded information can be accessed and analyzed using the PC
viewer.
5-1. Sensor Information

While playing back the selected data, click the View Information button
to view the below Sensor Information screen.

The default setting only displays the G-sensor graphs but other information
may be added by checking the boxes in the upper part of the screen as below.
G-sensor
Pre/post Time
RPM
Speed
Data reference point
- G-sensor (X axis: red, Y axis: green, Z axis: blue, based on the positioning of
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the main unit) is shown with the data reference point zero-point calibrated and
positive shocks as (+) and negative shocks as (-)
- Speed: GPS measured speed is displayed in red while the speed-pulse
measured speed is displayed in grey.
- RPM: Displayed in purple.
- All triggers (signals and alarms) are displayed on the bottom of the screen with
the grey bar meaning the trigger is activated.
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5-2. Analyze Driving Info

While playing back the selected data, click the View Information button
to view the below Analyze Driving Info screen.

From the calendar in the bottom right corner, choose the date you wish to
inspect among the dates highlighted in blue. Dates that are not highlighted in
blue, do not have the relevant data. All data from the selected date will be
automatically chosen from the selection on the right. You can unselect data
that you do not need. Click load for access.
* The time span for the data selected cannot exceed 24 hours.
A summary of information can be found on the top including vehicle ID; user
ID; total duration; total distance; and number of over-accelerations, overdecelerations, sharp turns, over-speeding, over-RPMs that exceeded the preset limit.
The top graph shows the speed (red) and RPM (grey) and right below are
three indicator bars that show driving patterns. The first bar shows driving
(blue) and idling (grey). The second bar shows the speed where white means
within both the permitted speed and eco-speed limit, green means above
eco-speed but within permitted speed limit, and red means above the legal
speed limit. The last bar shows the state of the engine where white means
the engine is off, blue means it is running properly within the pre-set RPM
limit, and red means over acceleration, i.e. exceeding the pre-set RPM limit.
The lower graph shows the G-sensors where the x-axis is in red, y-axis in
blue, and z-axis is green. The indicator bar right below shows jolts in the Gsensor values, i.e. G-sensor values that exceed the pre-set limit. Grey means
normal conditions, red means jolts in the x-axis direction, blue in the y-axis
direction, and green in the z-axis direction.
* Axis' are based on the position of the main unit.
Configurations for this function can be set by clicking the [Setting] button in
the right bottom corner. The limits for g-sensor, permitted speeding,
excessive RPM, and eco-speeding can be set under the tab Analyze, and
ranges for the two graphs can be set under the tab Component.
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

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5-3. Tracking

During the viewing, if you click the tracking button
, the below screen will
pop up showing a map of the region, the route the in pink, and the location of
the vehicle with an orange arrow.
5-4. PC Viewer Display

The BRX PC Viewer is composed of a main screen, sensor information screen,
driving analysis screen, and the tracking screen. These screens can be
displayed independently and their location and size changed to improve use
and management of data.
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6. Search
6-1. Calendar Search

Refer to section 4-2
6-2. Event Search

With the BRX, searching and filtering the data is made easy. Utilizing
supplementary data such as g-sensor, signals, alarms, speed, and RPM, you
can find incidents and events quicker than monitoring the vast amounts of
video and audio recordings.

Click the Event Search button:


Select the search range.
Check the components: G-sensor, signals, alarms, speed, etc., that you wish
to filter and click [Search]. A list of data files that match the filter criteria will
show up as below.
to access the event search screen.
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Double click the data you wish to inspect or select the data and click the
[GotoVideo] button. The data will be accessed and ready to play back.
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7. Blur Function
The BRX can be configured to have blurred areas for each channel which can be
applied to when backing up the data as a JPG or AVI file and also when playing
back on the PC Viewer.
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Put the video on pause and click the [Blur] button:
The Blur set up screen will pop up as below.
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Using the scroll down, select the camera you wish to set up.
On the selected camera view, blur out the area you wish to protect by leftclicking on the sections. You can select multiple areas.
You can also unselect, selected areas by right-clicking the blurred areas.
To select all or clear all, click on the [Select all] or [UnSelect All] buttons on
the bottom, respectively.
The blurred areas will be as shown below.
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<Original Image>
<Blurred Image>
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8. Data Backup and Printing
8-1. Still frame conversion to jpg
This will create a still frame jpg back up file for a certain instance.

After finding the precise time you wish to save, pause the playback and click
the [Save jpg] button:
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and the below screen will pop up.
Choose the camera inputs you wish to save.
Check all the information you wish to include from the options shown. The
selected information will be imprinted on the image itself.
If you check Apply Mosaic, the images will include the blurs.
Choose the folder you wish to save the image to and click Start. Still frames
from all selected cameras at the paused instance will be saved as jpg files in
the folder. The default folder is “My Documents/D-TEG/BRX2000A/JPG” and
the default name is the date and time.
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8-1. Video conversion to AVI file
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Pause the video at where you wish to start saving and click the Save AVI
button:
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.
Check the cameras you wish to convert into an AVI file and if you wish to
include audio, check the [Audio Ch] box and scroll down to the channel you
wish to include.
* Multiple video channels can be converted but only one audio channel can be
recorded and that one audio channel will be included in all AVI conversions.
Program the period you wish to convert.
(The starting time is automatically set to the time that was paused at the
start of this process and cannot be changed)
Select the frame rate (FPS), from 1 to 30, you wish to use.
(For the most natural video stream, use 30 FPS)
Check the supplementary information you wish to include in the video. The
selected the information will show up as text on the video itself.
Choose the folder you wish to save the AVI file and type a file name.
(The default folder is “My Documents/D-TEG/BRX2000A/AVI” and the default
name is the date and time.)
A video of each camera will be made into an AVI file.
If you check the “Apply Mosaic”, the blur effect will be included in the AVI
conversion.
Note!
The maximum amount of time you can convert is one hour.
8-3. Print Image
You can print selected images with accompanying information for reporting
purposes.
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While playing the video press the Print Image button:
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Check all camera images you wish to include in the report.
Type the title of the report and any comments about the situation or other
reminders.
If the Apply Mosaic box is checked, the pre-set blur effect will be applied.
When you click [OK], a preview of the report like the one below, will be pop
up.
After checking all the information, press [Print] to print the report.
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9. Backup and Backup list
You can back up the recorded data on your PC or other data storage medium.
The BRX offers an option to store data by type to ease management of data. You
can also input additional data such as DVR ID, User ID, title, and comments to
help in administration.
9-1. Backup
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Click the Backup button:
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Check all the camera boxes you wish to back up.
Set the time you wish to backup.
(The start time is when the video was paused and cannot be changed once
you start this process)
Input all the information you wish to include in the back up file including DVR
ID, User ID, title, and comments.
Select the folder where you wish to save the backup file.
(The default folder is “My Documents/D-TEG/BRX2000A/BACKUP”)
To ease management of the backup files, choose a category and type in (or
later select from the previously logged types).
Press [Start] to create the backup file.
These backed up files can be access from the Backup List.
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.
Note!
The maximum amount of time you can back up is one hour.
9-2. Backup List
By using the Backup list and setting a type for each file, you can better manage
and ease searching your backup files.
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Click the Backup List button:
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Choose the folder where the backup files are at the bottom of the screen.
(It will automatically show the last folder that was accessed.)
Select the report type by scrolling down the options.
The files are listed showing the “Date/Time, DVR ID, User ID, Title”.
Check the box next to the file you wish to play back click [OK]. The below file
list will pop up. Double click the file and video files will show on the PC Viewer
as below.
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The controls are the same as when playing back from the HDD (or SSD).
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10.
Setting
Using the PC Viewer, you can configure the BRX main unit as well as the program
itself.
10-1. PC Viewer set up
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Click the Setting Button:
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DVR Viewer Password:Click the [Set Password] button to set up a password
for the PC Viewer. You can use any 4-digit number from 1000 to 9999. If you
leave blank, no password will be set.
After setting a password, whenever the PC Viewer is run, it will ask for the
password.
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for the below setting window to pop up.
Caution!
The PC Viewer will not run without the password so once you set a password please keep
a record in a safe place.
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Viewer Setting
- Language: Select from “Japanese/Korean/English”.
- Speed Format: Choose from “km/h” or “mile/h”.
- Time format: Choose from “24H” or “12H AM/PM”.
- Date format: Choose from “YYYY/MM/DD or MM/DD/YYYY or DD/MM/YYYY”.
- Audio gain: Choose from “0.5x~4.0x”. Any value above 1.0x increases the
volume while any value less than 0.5x reduces it.
Caution!
You may experience some noise if the Audio gain is set above 2.0x
- Save Layout: If you wish to save a certain layout of the various windows.
Set up the windows as you wish before entering the setting process. Once the
layout is set up, select default and press Save Layout. This will make the
current layout the default layout. You can reorganize any layout to the default
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layout by clicking the default layout button:
corner of the PC Viewer.
on the right upper hand
- Default Layout: The program will launch with the Default Layout
- Last Layout: The program will launch with the same layout as it was when it
was closed.
- Layout Interlock: If checked the three windows (Main, Map, and Info) will
lock into place and will change as one window.
- Soften Image: If checked, the image will be softened when viewed.
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Maxvalue setting (Information Window)
- The graph scales for the Sensor Information Window will be modified
according to the settings.
- For example if the Speed, G-sensor, and RPM is to 60, 1G, and 2000
respectively, it will look like below.
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DVR Config: Refer to the next section
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10-2. DVR Configuration
You can configure the BRX main unit with the keys on the main unit itself but for
the full range of settings, you will need to use the PC Viewer. Prepare a SD card or
a USB memory stick and connect it to the PC.
* Refer to uploading instructions section 4-1. To upload the settings you configured
with the PC Viewer.
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Click the Settings Button:
and when the settings window pops up. Click
the [NEW] button under DVR Config.
Select the BRX model you have (BRX2008A or BRX2004A) and click [OK].
If you wish to modify a previous setting, plug in the SD card (or USB) that
has the previous settings and click [OPEN]. Select the settings file and double
click. The previous settings will open for your use.
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10-2-1. Device
Configuration for Camera, Car Pulse, G-sensor, and External Devices.
Camera
Default Layout
Apply
Tachometer
Data
Remote
Controller
Car Pulse
RPM
G-Sensor
Check Box
Cam Title
Check all the cameras you wish to use
Use the alphabet and numbers to rename
(max 10 digits) the cameras. The new
names will be displayed on the live screen
and all recordings.
Brightness
Set the brightness from 10 to 100
Contrast
Set the contrast from 10 to 100
* The brightness and contrast may be better set on the main
unit with a monitor as you can adjust while viewing.
‐ Select the camera view layout that you wish to start with
among: “1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / 8 / 2×2‐1 / 2×2‐2 / 3×3”
‐”2×2‐1”is cameras 1~4 split into 4 and “2×2‐2” is cameras
5~8 split into 4
- The BRX is compatible with various Tacho devices
- If using data drawn from a Tacho, check the data here.
- N/A: if remote controller is not used.
- Internal IR: if the reader on the main unit is used
- External IR: if an external reader is connected and used
Type
- Check the vehicle’s car pulse type and
select from “2/4/8/16/20/25”
Standard
- Check the vehicle’s car pulse standard and
select from “JIS 4W/JIS 2W,3W/SAE/DIN/
BNA”
- Check the vehicle’s RPM type and select from “1~10”
Axis X, Y, Z
- Refer to the axis adjustment in Addendum
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B.
Set the appropriate angles from
“0/90/180/270”, according to the position
of the main unit.
- Set the trigger levels in each axis
direction. These levels will be used to
judge over acceleration, over deceleration,
sudden turns, and excessive up-down
vibrations.
- Each trigger level can be set from 0.1G to
1.0G where 0.1G is more sensitive than
1.0G
- The BRX has 3 serial ports of which S1 is
reserved for maintenance and S2 and S3
can be used to connect other devices.
- Depending on what device is connected to
the ports, select from “N/A, GPS, External
IR, EMS Alert Unit, TACHO DONGSUN,
TACHO DTE”. Leave as N/A if not used.
-Check the specification of the device you
are
connecting
and
select
from
“4800/9600/19200/38400/115200”
- All devices by D-TEG are “9600”.
-
Trigger +X, -X, Y,
Z
External
Device
S2, S3
Baud rate
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10-2-2. Record
Recording setting including resolution, FPS, quality, can be configured here.
Start by selecting either the SD EventRecord, Dual Record, or neither, on the
right hand side, as they will influence the range of options for other settings.
Then select the Resolution on the upper right side as this will set the maximum
amount of Frames Per Second (FPS) on the left side.
Note!
The SD EventRecord and Dual Record settings decide what data and at what frequency
the data is saved on the SD card. All data will be recorded on the HDD at the set FPS
regardless of this setting. If SD EventRecord is selected, it will create a copy of the data
on the SD card depending on how it is configured. If Dual Record is selected, it will
automatically make a copy of the date on the SD card at 1 FPS, regardless of the
selected FPS setting.
Recording
FPS
(Frame rate)
- Since the SD card is For each Resolution,
the total number of frames is limited.
D1:60 frames
HD1:120 frames
CIF:240 frames
*If resolution is set as CIF you can record
real-time (30 FPS) for all cameras.
- Each channel can be set from “1 to 30”
FPS.
- FPS used shows the current used frames/
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Type
total frames that can be used depending on
resolution.
The recording type is realted to the SD
EventRecord Type on the right. You need to
set this prior to selecting the Type here. To
set, check the SD EventRecord, select the
type from “NONE or DTEG (RESONANT is a
specific type which should not be used).
After selecting the SD EventRecordType, you
can choose to leave the SD EventRecord on
by leaving the check or off by unchecking.
If SD EventRecord Type is set to NONE, can
select from four options: NoRecord ,
Normal, Event, or Normal + Event
- If NoRecord is selected no video nor audio
data will be saved on the HDD.
- If “Normal” is selected, video and audio
data will be recorded at the set FPS
continuously.
- If “Event” is selected, the device will only
record when the Events, defined in the
Event tab, occurs.
- If “Normal + Event” is selected, normal
recording at 1 FPS will be on the HDD (or
SSD) but when there is an Event, defined in
the Event tab, the recording will switch to
the set FPS.
Audio
VideoType
Resolution
EventRecord
Quality
Pre
Post
If SD EventRecord Type is set to DTEG, can
select from four options: NoRecord or
Normal + Panic.
- If “Normal + Panic” is selected, normal
recording at 1 FPS will be on the HDD (or
SSD) but when there is an Event, defined in
the Event tab, the recording will switch to
the set FPS.
Check if you wish to include audio for this
channel
Select from NTSC or PAL
Select from “D1(704*480), HD1(704*240),
CIF(352*240)”
Select from “Normal, High, Super”.
- Select from ”N/A or 1 sec ~ 5 sec”.
- If ”N/A” is selected, there will be no
recordings before the event.
- Depending on the set seconds: “1 ~ 5 “,
for every event there will the set amount of
pre-recorded data.
- Select from ”N/A or 1 sec ~ 5 sec”.
- If ”N/A” is selected, there will be no
recordings after the event.
- Depending on the set seconds: “1 ~ 5 “,
for every event there will the set amount of
post-recorded data.
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Password
Overwrite
SD
EventRecord
Dual Record
Pre and Post times are only valid in event recording mode.
An additional password can be set for the recorded data using a
4 digit password from 1000 ~ 9999. If a password is set, keep
a record in a safe place. Without the password, you will not be
able to view the data.
If this box is checked, when the HDD or SSD is full, it will start
overwriting from the oldest data. If the box is not checked, the
BRX will stop recording.
Panic Button
When the panic button is pressed, it will
record on the SD card.
G-Sensor
When the g-sensor is triggered, it will
record on the SD card
Overwrite
If this box is checked, when the SD card is
full, it will start overwriting from the oldest
data. If the box is not checked, the BRX will
stop recording.
Max Size (MB)
This is the maximum amount of video data
that can be recorded on the SD card. This is
to ensure there is enough room for EDA
data and other non-video data.
Max Count
This is the maximum number of video data
files that can be recorded on the SD card.
This is to ensure there is enough room for
EDA data and other non-video data.
Pre
This sets the pre-recording time on the SD
card. You can select from “0(N/A) to 15
sec”.
Post
This sets the post-recording time on the SD
card. You can select from “0(N/A) to 15
sec”.
If this box is checked, all video will be recorded on both the
SSD (or HDD) and the SD card (*On the SD card, regardless of
the FPS setting, only 1 FPS will be recorded per channel).
Overwrite
If this box is checked, when the SD card is
full, it will start overwriting from the oldest
data. If the box is not checked, the BRX will
stop recording.
Max Size (MB)
This is the maximum amount of video data
that can be recorded on the SD card. This is
to ensure there is enough room for EDA
data and other non-video data.
Max Count
This is the maximum number of video data
files that can be recorded on the SD card.
This is to ensure there is enough room for
EDA data and other non-video data.
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10-2-3. Event
The BRX can use different signals as triggers such as Motion, Alarms, Signals, Gsensor, and speed and can also control alarm out and video out.
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10-2-3-1. Motion
You can set up the whole camera view or a set region as a motion trigger.
Camera
Sensitivity
Set Grid
Select the cameras you wish to use
Select from “1~5” where 1 is dull and 5 is sensitive.
The default is the whole camera view but a region can be set as
below.
- The region can be set by using the left button on the mouse.
- Multiple regions can be set.
- If you wish to clear a set region, use the right button on the
mouse.
- To select the whole area or to unselect us the appropriate
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Record CH
AlmOut1, 2
LiveoutCH/
Duration
Duration
buttons on the bottom.
- Select the camera(s) that you wish to record when the motion
sensor is triggered.
- For example, you can choose camera 1 and 2 to record when
motion is detected in camera 1.
- The Record CH boxes: “▢▢▢▢▢▢▢▢”are Channels 1 to 8 starting
from the left to the right.
- Only the channels that are checked in the Device Menu can be
selected.
- An output alarm, such as a siren, can be used.
- Select from “N/A (0), 1, 5, 10, 20, 30, 30, 50, 60, and ∞
seconds”.
- If you have a monitor connected, a video output can be used.
- Select how you wish the display layout should be from “1 / 2 /
3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / 8 / 2×2-1 / 2×2-2 / 3×3”
* If multiple motions are detected the BRX will follow the
Liveout Priority setting. Refer to section 10-2-3-5.
Select how long you wish to display from “5, 10,20, 30, 30, 50,
60, and ∞ seconds”
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10-2-3-2. AlarmInput
Seven additional alarm inputs can be given to the BRX. This is the configuration
menu for these inputs.
Input
Channels
Title
Type
Record CH
AlmOut1, 2
LiveoutCH/
Duration
Check the boxes for the alarms that will be used
Use the alphabet and numbers to rename (max 10 digits) the
alarms. The new names will be displayed on the live screen and
all recordings.
Alarms 1~4 are voltage types and can be set to trigger when
“V-Off/V-on”, 5~7 are open-close types and can be set to
trigger when “N-O/N-C”.
*If you wish to connect a panic alarm trigger, you must use
alarm number”7”.
- Select the camera(s) that you wish to record when the motion
sensor is triggered.
- For example, you can choose camera 1 and 2 to record when
motion is detected in camera 1.
- The Record CH boxes: “▢▢▢▢▢▢▢▢”are Channels 1 to 8 starting
from the left to the right.
- Only the channels that are checked in the Device Menu can be
selected.
- An output alarm, such as a siren, can be used.
- Select from “N/A (0), 1, 5, 10, 20, 30, 30, 50, 60, and ∞
seconds”.
- If you have a monitor connected, a video output can be used.
- Select how you wish the display layout should be from “1 / 2 /
3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / 8 / 2×2-1 / 2×2-2 / 3×3”
* If multiple motions are detected the BRX will follow the
Liveout Priority setting. Refer to section 10-2-3-5.
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Duration
Select how long you wish to display from “5, 10,20, 30, 30, 50,
60, and ∞ seconds”
Function
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10-2-3-3. Signal
The BRX can use the car signals as triggers such as turn lights, brake, and
reverse.
Title
Record CH
AlmOut1, 2
LiveoutCH/
Duration
Duration
The default title is set as Left, Right, Brake, and Reverse but
this can be renamed (Max 10 digits) as required.
- Select the cameras that you wish to record when the motion
sensor is triggered.
- For example, you can choose camera 1 and 2 to record when
motion is detected in camera 1.
- The Record CH boxes: “▢▢▢▢▢▢▢▢”are Channels 1 to 8 starting
from the left to the right.
- Only the channels that are checked in the Device Menu can be
selected.
- An output alarm, such as a siren, can be used.
- Select from “N/A (0), 1, 5, 10, 20, 30, 30, 50, 60, and ∞
seconds”.
- If you have a monitor connected, a video output can be used.
- Select how you wish the display layout should be from “1 / 2 /
3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / 8 / 2×2-1 / 2×2-2 / 3×3”
* If multiple motions are detected the BRX will follow the
Liveout Priority setting. Refer to section 10-2-3-5.
Select how long you wish to display from “5, 10,20, 30, 30, 50,
60, and ∞ seconds”
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10-2-3-4. G-Sensor/Speed
Values from the G-sensor, speed, and RPM can be used as triggers.
G-Sensor
GPS speed
Pulse Speed
Video Loss
System
Warning
OSD
Speed
Source
Record CH
AlmOut1, 2
LiveoutCH/
Duration
When the G-sensor exceeds the pre-set values, the
be triggered
When the GPS speed exceeds the value input here,
will be triggered
When the GPS speed exceeds the value input here,
will be triggered
When any camera losses its video, an alarm will go
attention.
event will
the event
the event
off to call
Choose the speed source “GPS or Pulse” to be displayed on the
monitor.
- Select the cameras that you wish to record when the motion
sensor is triggered.
- For example, you can choose camera 1 and 2 to record when
motion is detected in camera 1.
- The Record CH boxes: “▢▢▢▢▢▢▢▢”are Channels 1 to 8 starting
from the left to the right.
- Only the channels that are checked in the Device Menu can be
selected.
- An output alarm, such as a siren, can be used.
- Select from “N/A (0), 1, 5, 10, 20, 30, 30, 50, 60, and ∞
seconds”.
- If you have a monitor connected, a video output can be used.
- Select how you wish the display layout should be from “1 / 2 /
3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / 8 / 2×2-1 / 2×2-2 / 3×3”
* If multiple motions are detected the BRX will follow the
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Duration
Liveout Priority setting. Refer to section 10-2-3-5.
Select how long you wish to display from “5, 10,20, 30, 30, 50,
60, and ∞ seconds”
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10-2-3-5. Liveout Priority
When there are multiple triggers, this ranking will be used to decide which
output will have priority.
Liveout
Priority
This sets the priority for the 11 types of display that the BRX
offers.
- 1 has the highest priority and 11 has the lowest.
- For example, in the above setting, if channel 3 and channel 4
are both triggered at the same time, channel 3 has priority and
the monitor will show channel 3.
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10-2-4. System
Language
Date Format
Time Format
Speed Format
Apply DST
TimeZone
TimeSync(GPS)
DVR ID
Select from English, Korean, Japanese, Chinese, Russian, and
Portuguese
Select from YYYY/MM/DD, MM/DD/YYYY, or DD/MM/YYYY
Select from “24H/12H am/pm”.
Select from “km/h” or “mile/h”.
- Check the box to apply daylight savings time.
- Input the start and end date of DST.
Select the Time Zone using Greenwich Mean Time
If you are using a GPS, you can synchronize your time with the
GPS time by checking this box and selecting when to
synchronize from “Boot On/0~23 O’clock”.
- If “Boot On” is selected the BRX will synchronize its time with
the GPS whenever it boots and if this is not possible, as soon
as the reception of the GPS is recovered after booting.
- If a time is selected, the BRX will synchronize its time with
the GPS at the specified time. If this is not possible, as soon as
the reception of the GPS is recovered, it will synchronize then.
- A 10 digit DVR ID can be created with alphabets and
numbers.
- A DVR ID is useful to differentiate vehicles and data from
those vehicles, especially if multiple SD cards are used or
multiple drivers have access to the vehicles.
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10-2-5. EMS (Eco Management System)
The data that the BRX uses the EDA (Eco Driving Analyzer) in addition to the PC
Viewer to further analyze driving data. It also has an EMS Alert Unit that can be
used to display alarms when driving is not economic or safe.
SD
Record
Type
Overwrite
Max Size (MB)
Max count
EMS
Device
Alarm
The default is set to “DTEG” and should not be changed unless
advised by D-TEG or your supplier.
When checked, if the SD card reaches its maximum EMS data
capacity it will continue to record by overwriting the oldest
data.
The SD card can hold multiple data types and this sets the
maximum storage capacity for EMS data only.
The SD card can hold multiple data types and this sets the
maximum number of EMS data.
Check the box if you are using the EMS Alarm Device
G-Sensor
Overspeed
Over RPM
Idling
Buzzer
- Set the trigger point for g-sensor values.
- If checked the g-sensor light will illuminate when
this alarm is triggered
- Set the trigger point for speeding.
- If checked the speeding light will illuminate when
this alarm is triggered
- Set the trigger point for excessive RPM value.
- If checked the RPM light will illuminate when this
alarm is triggered.
- Set the trigger time for idling.
- If checked the idling light will illuminate when this
alarm is triggered.
If checked, a buzzer will sound with all alarms.
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11. Remove Data Storage Media
To safely remove the removable HDD (or SSD), Click the remove the data
storage media button:
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

instead of the PC remove hardware button.
Click the "remove data storage media" button:
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A list with all SSDs (or HDDs) connected with the PC will pop up.
Select the data storage media you wish to safely remove.
12. About
This shows the PC software version, DVR Firmware version, copyright info and
hotkeys.
12-1. Version Info


Click the “About” button:
to see the below pop up.
You can check the PC Viewer version and DVR version info.
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12-2. Hotkeys
You can utilize the hotkeys to control the Pc Viewer more efficiently.

Click the “About” button:
to see the below pop up.


Scroll down to view all the shortcut keys.
Refer to Appendix A for all default shortcut keys
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Appendix A) Shortcut Key list
Menu
HDD open
[F2]
File open
[F3]
Close
[F4]
Information
[F5]
Calendar Search
[F6]
Event Search
[F7]
Blur settings
[F8]
Still frame conversion
[F9]
Video conversion
[F10]
Print report
[F11]
Settings
[F12]
Playback
Play/ pause
[Space]
Play
[P]
Reverse play
[B]
Playback speed 0.1/0.5/1/2
[1]/[2]/[3]/[4]
Playback speed 4/8/16/32
1 frame backward / forward
[5]/[6]/[7]/[8]
[Left]/[Right]
5 seconds backward / forward
[Alt+Left]/[Alt+Right]
30 seconds backward / forward
[Ctrl+Left]/[Ctrl+Right]
1 minutes backward / forward
[Shift+Left]/[Shift+Right]
Mute
[M]
Audio Channels 1~8
[Alt+1]~[Alt+8]
Volume up/ down
[Up]/[Down]
Capture Screen(Still frame)
[Ctrl+J]
Capture Screen(video) start and pause
[Ctrl+A]
Layout
1 camera
[Ctrl+1]~[Ctrl+8]
Full screen
[Alt+Enter]
Minimize screen
[Shift+ESC]
1+1
[Shift+1]
1+2
2x2
[Shift+2]
[Shift+3]
1+4
[Shift+4]
1+Small 4
[Shift+5]
3x2
[Shift+6]
4x2
[Shift+7]
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[Shift+8]
3x3
88
Appendix B) Suggested Axis Adjustments by Device
Positions
Caution!
ONLY for when using SSD as data storage, HDD users MUST postion the device upright!
Driving direction
F: Front
B: Bottom
RR: Rear
R: Right-side
T: Top
L: Left side
1) When device is in an upright position
T
F
R
L
T
RR
RR
R
B
B
X:0, Y:0, Z:0
X:0, Y:0, Z:180
T
T
F
L
L
RR
B
B
X:0, Y:0, Z:270
X:0, Y:0, Z:90
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F
R
2) When device is in an upside down position
B
F
L
RR
RR
R
T
T
X:180, Y:0, Z:0
X:180, Y:0, Z:180
B
B
F
L
B
R
R
F
RR
T
T
X:180, Y:0, Z:270
X:180, Y:0, Z:90
L
3) When device is in a sideway position with the TOP to the left
R
F
L
T
L
RR
RR
T
L
X:270, Y:0, Z:0
R
X:270, Y:180, Z:0
F
RR
T
R
R
RR
X:270, Y:90, Z:0
T
F
90
F
L
4) When device is in a sideway position with the TOP to the right
L
F
R
B
RR
RR
B
F
R
X:90, Y:0, Z:0
L
X:90, Y:180, Z:0
F
RR
R
B
L
B
L
RR
X:90, Y:90, Z:0
R
F
5) When device is in a sideway position with the TOP facing front
L
T
F
R
B
T
R
X:90, Y:0, Z:270
RR
B
L
X:270, Y:0, Z:90
RR
F
T
R
B
T
RR
X:180, Y:90, Z:0
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L
F
B
6) When device is in a sideway position with the TOP facing rear
R
B
F
L
T
B
L
X:270, Y:0, Z:270
RR
T
R
X:90, Y:0, Z:90
RR
F
B
L
T
B
R
F
RR
X:0, Y:90, Z:0
92
TOP
Appendix C) Recording Time Table
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94
95
Appendix D) Specifications
Function
Video In
Video Out
Audio In
Audio Out
Video Codec
Audio Codec
Recording
Resolution
Recording
Fps
Alarm In
Alarm Out
LED
Removable Storage
External Device
LAN
G-Sensor
Serial Port
GPS Port
Signal
Input Interface
Power Out
Language
SW
Ambient Temp.
Ambient Humidity
Shock Tolerance
Power/Consumption
Weight
Dimensions
Detail specification
8 Channel : power(DC 12V) included, NTSC/PAL,
1 (Front)
8 Channel
1 (Front)
H.264
G.711
NTSC : 704 x 480, 704 x 240, 352 x 240
PAL : 704 x 576, 704 x 288, 352 x 288
NTSC : 60(D1) / 120(Half-D1) / 240(CIF) fps
PAL : 50(D1) / 100(Half-D1) / 200(CIF) fps
7 + 1(RPM)
2
Power, Rec, Alarm, LAN
SATA I interface, 2.5”, HDD or SSD, Key Lock
USB Host 1 (Rear)
SD Card 1 (Front)
Wire : 10/100 bps
Internal 3 Axis
RS-232C 2EA
External GPS 1EA
5 : Left, Right, Brake, Reverse, Speed Pulse
Front Button :
up,down,left,right,enter,esc,ch,search,fn,status
DC 12V : 1 (Front) + 1 (Rear)
English, Japanese, Russian, Korean
Chinese Simplified/Traditional, Portuguese
PC Viewer
-10 ℃ ~ 60 ℃
0 ~ 90 %
3G ( Only SSD )
DC 24V/1A
970g (System) + 110g (Removable Pack) : 1.08Kg
1DIN : 178mm(W) x 50mm(H) x 180mm(D)
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Front/Rear: Interface
Removable
HDD/SSD Slot
SD
Video Out
Audio Out
External Power Out
LED
BEEP
Button
IR Receiver
Video Input
Audio Input
Car Signal
Alarm In
Alarm Out
Serial Port 1
Serial Port 2
Serial Port 3
USB
LAN
Power In
External Power Out
IO – Front
2.5”, SATA I, Key Lock type
Key Lock (Power on)
Key Unlock (Power off)
FW Upgrade
Configuration File Loading
EMS
RCA type, Main video out
RCA type, Playback audio
DC 12V
Power, Rec, Alarm, LAN
Status, Error
Up,Down,Left,Right, Enter
Channel,Search,Function,Esc,Status
IR Remote Controller(reserve)
IO – Rear
Video (NTSC/PAL) In
Camera Power (DC 12V)
Line in
Left, Right, Brake, Reverse, Speed
Pulse
1~4 : Voltage off/on
5~7: Normal open/close
8: RPM
Digital output
Debug
Tachometer
External GPS
Host A type
FW Upgrade
Configuration File Loading
10/100 Mbps, RJ-45 jack
DC 12V / 24V
DC 12V
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