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Preface

Preface    

Thank   you   for   purchasing   the   Samsung   4 ‐ channel   DVR   with   a   built ‐ in   LCD   monitor

.

This   is   a   user   instruction   manual   for   the   SVR ‐ 470.

  The   person   who   installs   and   operates   the   product   shall   be   aware   of   this   manual   and   other   manuals   referenced   by   this   manual   before   installation   and   operation   in   order   to   use   it   properly.

 

This   manual   and   the   software   and   hardware   explained   herein   are   protected   by   copyright   law.

  All   copying,   reprinting   and   translating   to   other   languages   of   part   of   or   all   of   its   contents   without   permission   of  

Samsung   Techwin   Co.,   Ltd.

  are   not   allowed,   except   for   fair   use   within   the   scope   of   copyright   law.

 

The   specifications   of   this   product   are   subject   to   change   and   upgrade   without   prior notice.

 

Product Warranty and Limitations

The   manufacturer   of   this   product   is   not   responsible   for   the   sale   of   the   product,   nor   does   the   manufacturer   delegate   such   responsibility   to   a   third   party.

  The   product   warranty   does   not   cover   accidents,   negligence,   abuse,   or   improper   use   for   the   item   in   whole   or   in   any   part.

  Additionally,   the   manufacturer   does   not   provide   warranty   for   any   additional   part   or   piece   that   was   not   supplied   by   the   manufacturer.

 

The   product   warranty   period   is   for   two   years   from   the   purchase   date.

  However,   the   warranty   does   not   cover   any   of   the   following   problems,   and   a   nominal   service   fee   will   be   charged   if:  

ƒ

Malfunction   due   to   user's   negligence  

ƒ

Dismantling   or   replacement   by   the   user  

ƒ

Product   has   been   connected   to   power   source   that   differs   from   that   specified.

 

ƒ

Malfunction   due   to   natural   disasters   (fire,   flood,   tsunami,   etc.)  

ƒ

Replacement   due   to   wear   and   tear   (HDD,   fan,   LCD   etc.)  

(Warranty   period   for   HDD,   fan   and   LCD   is   one   year.)  

This   warranty   specifically   excludes   product   not   of   Samsung's   manufacture,   which   may   be   included   as   an   adjunctive   product   in   any   Samsung   system.

 

A   service   charge   shall   be   charged   for   non ‐ warranty   products   where   the   2 ‐ year   warranty   has   expired   or   voided   by   customer   misuse   as   described   above.

 

 

This   product   is   a   peripheral   device   for   a   security   system,   and   not   a   whole   security   system   against   fire   and   theft.

  Samsung   shall   not   be   liable,   directly   or   indirectly,   for   any   loss   or   damage   which   is   caused   by,   alleged   to   be   caused   by   or   caused   in   connection   with   the   use   of   this   item.

 

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Preface

This   product   must   be   installed   by   skilled   and   experienced   personnel;   self ‐ installation   by   the   user   is   prohibited.

  Self ‐ installation   by   the   user   may   result   in   fire,   electrocution,   and/or   product   malfunctions.

 

Please   contact   your   sales   agent   for   help   with   safe   assembly   and   installation.

 

This   instruction   manual   is   based   on   the   SVR ‐ 470   installed   with   the   firmware   version   at   1.0.0.

 

The   contents   of   this   manual   may   change   in   order   to   accommodate   updates   in   firmware   and/or   software.

 

Also,   the   specifications   and/or   design   of   this   product   may   change   without   prior   notice   for   product   improvement.

 

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Table of Contents

Table of Contents

CHAPTER 1.

SAFETY WARNINGS ................................................................ 7

1.1.

Warning Symbols.......................................................................................................... 7

CHAPTER 2.

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION ...................................................... 11

2.1.

Package Contents....................................................................................................... 11

2.2.

Front ............................................................................................................................. 12

2.2.1.

Button Operation ................................................................................................. 12

2.2.2.

LED Operation...................................................................................................... 13

2.3.

Back.............................................................................................................................. 13

2.4.

Remote Controller Buttons ........................................................................................ 14

CHAPTER 3.

INSTALLING HARDWARE ..................................................... 17

3.1.

Network Wiring............................................................................................................ 17

3.2.

Detailed Wiring Instructions ...................................................................................... 17

3.2.1.

Camera.................................................................................................................. 17

3.2.2.

Connecting Audio ................................................................................................ 18

3.2.3.

Monitor.................................................................................................................. 18

3.2.4.

Alarm Input & Output .......................................................................................... 20

3.2.5.

External Control Device (RS–485)...................................................................... 21

3.2.6.

Connecting to LAN (Ethernet 10/100 Base–T) .................................................. 21

3.3.

Installing HDD.............................................................................................................. 22

CHAPTER 4.

MENU INTRODUCTION .......................................................... 25

4.1.

Monitoring Screen ...................................................................................................... 25

4.2.

Menus........................................................................................................................... 25

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4.3.

Menu Screen Description........................................................................................... 26

4.4.

Closing Menu .............................................................................................................. 27

CHAPTER 5.

SYSTEM SETUP ..................................................................... 29

5.1.

System ......................................................................................................................... 29

5.2.

HDD .............................................................................................................................. 30

5.3.

Password ..................................................................................................................... 31

5.3.1.

DVR User Permissions........................................................................................ 31

5.4.

Clock ............................................................................................................................ 33

CHAPTER 6.

NETWORK SETUP.................................................................. 35

6.1.

Network ........................................................................................................................ 35

6.2.

DDNS Connection Setup ............................................................................................ 36

6.3.

DDNS ............................................................................................................................ 36

6.3.1.

DDNS Registration............................................................................................... 37

6.4.

Connecting to Client................................................................................................... 40

6.5.

SERIAL ......................................................................................................................... 41

6.6.

E-MAIL.......................................................................................................................... 42

CHAPTER 7.

RECORDING & EVENT SETUP.............................................. 43

7.1.

Record Setup............................................................................................................... 43

7.1.1.

General Setup ...................................................................................................... 43

7.1.2.

Detail Setup .......................................................................................................... 44

7.2.

Event Setup ................................................................................................................. 45

7.2.1.

Event Setup .......................................................................................................... 45

7.2.2.

Motion Detection.................................................................................................. 46

7.2.3.

Text........................................................................................................................ 47

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7.2.4.

Simple POS Manual ............................................................................................. 47

7.2.5.

Relay ..................................................................................................................... 50

CHAPTER 8.

SCREEN SETUP ..................................................................... 51

8.1.

Channel 1 ~ 4............................................................................................................... 51

8.1.1.

Multiple Channel & Split Screen Display........................................................... 51

8.2.

Auto Sequencing ........................................................................................................ 52

8.2.1.

How to Use Auto Sequencing............................................................................. 52

8.3.

Screen Display Status ................................................................................................ 53

8.3.1.

Recording Mode Display..................................................................................... 54

CHAPTER 9.

PTZ SETUP ............................................................................. 55

9.1.

CH1~CH4 Individual Channel Setup ......................................................................... 55

9.2.

Using PTZ .................................................................................................................... 55

9.2.1.

Pan & Tilt Controls .............................................................................................. 56

9.2.2.

Zoom & Focus Controls ...................................................................................... 56

9.2.3.

Initialize................................................................................................................. 56

9.2.4.

Camera OSD Menu .............................................................................................. 56

CHAPTER 10.

SEARCHING RECORDED VIDEOS...................................... 57

10.1.

Searching Events .................................................................................................... 57

10.2.

Time Bar Search ...................................................................................................... 58

10.3.

Time Search ............................................................................................................. 58

10.4.

Play from Beginning ............................................................................................... 58

10.5.

Play from Last.......................................................................................................... 59

10.6.

Searching Log Files ................................................................................................ 59

10.7.

Copying Files........................................................................................................... 59

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10.7.1.

Still Image Copy Instructions ......................................................................... 59

10.7.2.

Video Copy Instructions.................................................................................. 60

10.8.

Playing Recorded Video ......................................................................................... 62

CHAPTER 11.

USING WEB VIEWER ........................................................... 63

11.1.

Connecting to Web Viewer ..................................................................................... 63

11.2.

Web Viewer Login Page.......................................................................................... 64

11.3.

Live Mode ................................................................................................................. 65

11.4.

Search Mode ............................................................................................................ 66

11.5.

Web Viewer Buttons................................................................................................ 68

APPENDIX ....................................................................................................... 71

Appendix A) Troubleshooting .............................................................................................. 71

Appendix B) How to Upgrade Firmware .............................................................................. 73

Appendix C) How to Resolve Time Difference Errors........................................................ 74

Appendix D) Factory Default Values.................................................................................... 75

Appendix E) Compatible PTZ Camera Models.................................................................... 78

Appendix F) Recommended HDD Models ........................................................................... 79

Appendix G) Product Specifications ................................................................................... 80

Appendix H) Product Schematics ........................................................................................ 82

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1.1. Warning Symbols

Chapter

 

1.

Safety

 

Warnings

1.1.

Warning

 

Symbols

 

Warning

Misuse   or   wrongful   operation   of   the   item   may   result   in   death,   injury,   or   bring   about   other   harmful   results.

  It   indicates   absolute   caution   must   be   observed   when   operating   said   item.

 

™

Before   Installation  

9

Please check the power outlet voltage (AC 100V~240V) before you connect the power to the outlet.

9 Make sure that the product is switched off before you install it.

9 To avoid the risk of electric shock and/or fire, do not install the product in a damp area.

9 The product must be grounded to reduce the risk of electric shock.

™

Using   the   Product  

9

Opening or removing the product case will expose you to the risk of electric shock; do not open or remove the case unless you are a qualified technician.

9 To prevent electrical fire, do not connect multiple power cords to a single outlet.

9 Do not place heavy objects or vessels containing water on the unit since it can cause serious malfunctions.

9 Do not use this item in a location containing propane gas, gasoline, or other flammable substances to avoid risk of explosion or fire.

9

To avoid the risk of electric shock, do not touch the power plug with moisture on your hands.

9 Do not insert your hand or finger to the DVD slot; it may cause injury.

9 Make sure that no electrically conductive material enters the cooling vent.

9 Do not pull on the power plug with any force; a damaged plug may cause electric shock or fire.

9

To avoid the risk of an explosion, the internal Lithium battery must be replaced only with an identical, or a fully compatible, product. Obsolete batteries must be properly retired or recycled to protect the environment.

9 Do not expose the battery to heat or place it in fire; short-circuiting or disassembling the battery is also hazardous.

9 Do not recharge the batteries in the remote controller.

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1.1. Warning Symbols

™

Disassembly   and   Cleaning  

9

There is a risk of malfunction, shock, and other dangers. Do not disassemble or attempt to fix or alter the product yourself.

9 Do not clean the product with water, paint thinner, or other organic solvent as doing so may cause product malfunctions and/or electric shock. When cleaning the product, use a dry cloth to wipe the exterior of the device

.

 

Caution

Misuse   or   wrongful   operation   of   the   item   may   result   in   injury   or   damage   to   the   item.

 

It   indicates   caution   should   be   observed   when   operating.

 

 

™

Installing   the   Product  

9 When installing the product, please leave at least 15cm of space between the cooling vent and the wall for proper heat dissipation.

9 To prevent user injury and product damage, please install the product on a level surface with no risk of the product falling.

9 Avoid installation in an environment where the product will be exposed to heat or direct sunlight; product deformation and/or damage may result.

9 Installing a camera while recording is in progress may corrupt the recorded picture in other channel(s). To avoid decreasing video quality, please only record after installation of a new camera is complete.

™

Using   the   Product  

9 Avoid shock and vibration while operating or moving the item.

9 Do not move the product while it is in operation; do not expose the product to strong impact or throw the product.

9 Before adding HDDs from a third party, please contact your sales agent and avoid a possible malfunction.

9 Damage to the product that is consequential to using a non-recommended hard disk voids your product warranty.

9 This product is not an anti-theft or fire-prevention device; the manufacturer is not responsible for any damage to property or personnel that may occur.

9 We recommend the installation of an uninterrupted power supply for all storage devices.

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1.1. Warning Symbols

FCC   Compliance   Statement  

NOTE

:   This   equipment   has   been   tested   and   found   to   comply   with   the   limits   for   a   Class   A   digital   device,   pursuant   to   part   15   of   the   FCC   Rules.

  These   limits   are   designed   to   provide   reasonable   protection   against   harmful   interference   when   the   equipment   is   operated   in   a   commercial   environment.

  This   equipment   generates,   uses,   and   can   radiate   radio   frequency   energy   and,   if   not   installed   and   used   in   accordance   with   the   instruction   manual,   may   cause   harmful   interference   to   radio   communications.

 

Operation   of   this   equipment   in   a   residential   area   is   likely   to   cause   harmful   interference   in   which   cause   the   user   will   be   required   to   correct   the   interference   at   his   own   expense.

 

Correct   Disposal   of   This   Product    

(Waste   Electrical   &   Electronic   Equipment)  

(Applicable   in   the   European   Union   and   other   European   countries   with   separate   collection   systems.)   This   marking   shown   on   the   product   or   its   literature,   indicates   that   it   should   not   be   disposed   with   other   household   wastes   at   the   end   of   its   working   life.

  To   prevent   possible   harm   to   the   environment   or   human   health   from   uncontrolled   waste   disposal,   please   separate   this   from   other   types   of   wastes   and   recycle   it   responsibly   to   promote   the   sustainable   reuse   of   material   resources.

 

Household   users   should   contact   either   the   retailer   where   they   purchased   this   product,   or   their   local   government   office,   for   details   of   where   and   how   they   can   take   this   item   for   environmentally   safe   recycling.

  Business   users   should   contact   their   supplier   and   check   the   terms   and   conditions   of   the   purchase   contract.

  This   product   should   not   be   mixed   with   other   commercial   wastes   for   disposal.

 

Correct   Disposal   of   Batteries   in   this   Product  

(Applicable   in   the   European   Union   and   other   European   countries   with   separate   battery   return   systems.)  

This   marking   on   the   battery,   manual   or   packaging   indicates   that   the   batteries   in   this   product   should   not   be   disposed   of   with   other   household   waste   at   the   end   of   their   working   life.

 

Where   marked,   the   chemical   symbols   Hg,   Cd   or   Pb   indicate   that   the   battery   contains   mercury,   cadmium   or   lead   above   the   reference   levels   in   EC   Directive   2006/66.

  If   batteries   are   not   properly   disposed   of,   these   substances   can   cause   harm   to   human   health   or   the   environment.

  To   protect   natural   resources   and   to   promote   material   reuse,   please   separate   batteries   from   other   types   of   waste   and   recycle   them   through   your   local,   free   battery   return   system.

 

The   rechargeable   battery   incorporated   in   this   product   is   not   user   replaceable.

 

For   information   on   its   replacement,   please   contact   your   service   provider.

 

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1.1. Warning Symbols

Samsung   Techwin   cares   for   the   environment   at   all   product   manufacturing   stages   to   preserve   the   environment,   and   is   taking   a   number   of   steps   to   provide   customers   with   more   environmentally   friendly   products.

 

The   Eco   mark   represents   Samsung   Techwin's   will   to   create   environmentally   friendly   products,   and   indicates   that   the   product   satisfies   the   EU   RoHS   Directive.

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2.1. Package Contents

Chapter

 

2.

Product

 

Description

 

2.1.

Package

 

Contents

 

The   SVR ‐ 470   package   includes   the   DVR   and   following   components.

  Please   make   sure   that   your   package   is   not   missing   any   of   these.

  If   it   is,   please   contact   your   vendor   for   assistance.

 

2.

  User's   Manual   3.

  Remote   Controller   1.

  Network   Viewer   Program   CD  

 

4.

  Remote   Controller   Batteries  

 

5.

  Power   Cord   &   Adapter   6.

  Rack   Mounts   &   Fixture   Screws  

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2.2. Front

2.2.

Front

 

7 8 9 10

2 .2.1.

Button   Operation  

6

5

4 3

2 1

No.

  Button    

1  

2  

3  

4  

5  

6  

7  

8  

9  

10  

21  

Description   No.

Button   Description  

POWER   Turns   the   DVR   on   or   off.

 

‐ 

DIRECTION  

FAST  

Moves   between   menu s,   or   selects a menu.

 

Reverses   the   playback   direction   when   playing   or   searching   a   video.

 

The   playback   is   backwards   when       playing   forward.

 

Changes   the   playback   speed   to  

2x   and   4x   while   playing   and   searching   video.

 

STOP

PLAY/

PA USE

STEP

REC

SEARCH

USB

 

MENU

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

11

12

13  

 

 

PTZ

COPY

 

AUTO  

 

Controls

Backs   up

Activates

 

 

  a   connected still   images the   e.

 

 

  PTZ and   screen

  videos.

  camera.

 

Auto

Used   when   to   sto p   playing   a  

            file.

 

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15  

 

MULTI

ESC  

 

Displays   the   full   screen   or   splits   the   screen;       screens   for   the  

470   model,   and   9   split   screens   for   the   940   model.

 

Exits   the   men u   or   cancels   a   command.

 

Plays   or   pauses   a   video.

 

16  

 

Moves   up   screen.

  in   the   settings   menu  

When   pressed   while   pla ying,   this   button   play s   video   frame ‐ by ‐ frame.

 

Used   to   re cord   and   stop   i   manually.

  (Changes the   recording   mode   from  

 

Normal   to   Manual.)  

17

18  

 

 

 

Moves screen.

Moves screen.

 

 

 

  right   down in

 

  in the

 

  the

Settings

 

  settings menu

  men

Searches

Opens  

  recorded the   Settings

 

  vid eos.

menu.

 

 

19

20  

 

 

ENTER  

Moves   left   in   the   Settings   menu   screen.

 

Switches   between   the   4   split   screen   and   full   screen   mode s   for   the   Live   screen.

 

Also   used   to   select   a   menu   or   save   new   settings.

 

Used   to   upgrade   via   USB   or   to   back   up   still   images   and   videos   to   a   USB   drive.

 

 

 

 

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2.3. Back

2.2.2.

LED   Operation  

No.

 

1  

2  

3  

LED    

POWER  

COPY  

AL ARM  

Description  

Turns   on   when   the   pr oduct   is   powered.

 

No.

6  

Turns   on   while   a   backup   is     progress.

 

Turns   on   when   an   alarm   is   activated.

 

7  

8  

4  

5  

NETW ORK  

Turns   on   when   the   sy stem   is   connected   to   a   network.

 

HDD  

Turns   on   while   recording   or   playing   a   video.

 

2 .3.

Back

 

9  

10  

LED    

REC  

Description  

Turns   on   w hile   recording   video.

 

1  

2  

3  

4  

Turns   on   upon   video   input   or   the   activation   of   an   event.

 

Turns   on   upon   video   input   or   the   activation   of   an   event.

 

Turns   on   upon   video   input   or   the   activation   of   an   event.

 

Turns   on   upon   video   input   or   the   activation   of   an   event.

 

No.

 

1.

 

2.

 

3.

 

4.

 

5.

 

6.

 

7.

 

8.

 

9.

 

10.

 

11.

 

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[SVR-470 Rear Panel]

Terminal

VIDEO   IN:  

AUDIO   IN  

AUDIO   OUT  

VIDEO   OUT:  

VGA  

RS ‐ 232  

LAN  

RS ‐ 485/422  

SENSOR   IN  

ALARM   OUT    

TERM  

Power  

Description  

Camera   Input   Terminal   (NTSC/PAL)  

Audio   Input   Terminal  

Audio   Output   Terminal  

Monitor   Connection   Terminal  

PC   VGA   Monitor   Connection   Terminal  

Development   and   console   pur poses;   cannot   be   used   for   any   other   purposes.

 

RJ ‐ 45   Jack  

PTZ   Camer a   Control   Terminal  

Sensor   Input   Terminal  

Alarm   Output   Terminal  

RS ‐ 485   Termination   ON/OFF   Switch  

Power   Input  

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2.4.

Remote

 

Controller

 

Buttons

 

2.4. Remote Controller Buttons

No.

 

1.

 

6.

 

7.

 

8.

 

9.

 

10.

 

11.

 

4.

 

5.

 

2.

 

3.

 

12  

13  

14  

15  

16  

Terminal  

MENU  

AUTO  

SPOT  

PTZ  

COPY  

RECORD  

STOP  

SEARCH  

STEP  

PL AY/PAUSE  

FAST  

DIR  

ENTER  

MULTI  

ESC  

0~9  

Description  

Opens   the   Settings   menu.

 

Activates   the   Auto   Sequencing   mode.

 

Not   used   for   this   product.

 

Controls   a   connected   PTZ   camera.

 

Backs   up   still   images   and   videos.

 

Used   to   record   and   stop   recording   manually.

  (Changes   the   recording   mode   from   Normal   to   Manual.)  

Used   when   to   stop   playing   a   video   and   to   search   a   new   file.

 

Searches   recorded   videos.

 

When   pressed   while   playing,   this   button   plays   video   frame ‐ by ‐ frame.

 

Plays   or   pauses   a   video.

 

Changes   the   playback   speed   to   2x   and   4x   while   playing   and   searching   video.

 

Reverses   the   playback   dir ection   when   playing   or   searching   a   video.

 

The   playback   is   backwards   when   pressed   while   playing   forward.

 

Switches   between   the   4   split   screen   and   full   screen   modes   for   the   Live   screen.

  Also   used   to   select   a   menu   or   save   new   settings.

 

Activates   4   split   screens.

 

Used   to   record   and   stop   recording   manually.

  (Changes   the   recording   mode   from   Normal   to   Manual.)  

Used   to   set   up   a   remote   control   ID,   password,   and   IP.

  1   to   9   is   available   for   the   remote   control   IDs.

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2.4. Remote Controller Buttons

17  

18  

I D   SET  

POWER  

Press   the   ID   SET   button   and   then   the   number   button.

  The   product   displays  

ID=Number   (1~9)   on   th e   screen   and   starts   responding   to   the   remote   controller's   commands.

 

Turns   the   DVR   on   or   off.

 

 

€

R emote   Controller   Operation   Range  

 

30° 30°

5m

€

Remote   Control   ID   Setup  

To   control   multiple   products   with   one   remote   controller,   remote   control   IDs   are   assigned   to   each   product.

 

[How   to   Set   Up]  

In   the   System   menu   under   System   Setup,   select   an   ID   at   "Remote   Control   ID".

 

(1   to   9   is   a vailable   to   select   using   the   left   and   right   arrow   buttons.)   The   default   value   is   "All"   displayed   with   "ID=ALL".

 

Save   the   new   settings   and   exit   to   the   main   screen.

 

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2.4. Remote Controller Buttons

[How   to   Use]  

To   control   a   product   with   ID   1,   press   the   ID   SET   button   [Pic   1]   and   then   the   number   1.

  The   product   displays   ID=1   on   the   screen   [Pic   2]   and   starts   responding   to   the   remote   controller's   commands.

 

To   control   a   product   with   ID   2,   follow   the   same   instructions   as   above;   press   ID   SET,   and   then   the   number   2.

  The   product   then   displays   ID=2   on   the   screen   and   starts   responding   to   the   remote   controller's   commands.

 

[Pic 1. Remote ID SET Button] [Pic 2. The product displays the ID on the screen.]

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3.1. Network Wiring

Chapter

 

3.

Installing

 

Hardware

 

3.1.

Network

 

Wiring

 

The   following   example   is   a   wiring   diagram   for   the   SVR ‐ 470,   monitors,   CCTVs,   and   external   devices.

 

[Installing the SVR-470]

3.2.

Detailed

 

Wiring

 

Instructions

 

3.2.1.

Camera  

The   SVR ‐ 470   can   be   connected   to   a   maximum   of   4   CCTV   cameras.

 

Connect   the   BNC   terminal   on   a   camera   with   the   CAMERA   IN terminal   on   the   back   of   the   product

.

[The SVR-470 & Camera Connection]

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3.2. Detailed Wiring Instructions

3.2.2.

Connecting   Audio  

This   product   can   record   audio   when   audio   devices   are   connected   to   the   audio   inputs.

 

[The SVR-470 & Audio Device Connection]

€

Audio   Input  

Connect   a   RCA   audio   input   terminal   (mic ‐ equipped   camera)   with   the  

AUDIO IN

terminal   on   the   back   of   the   product.

  (Compatible   with   any   mic   and   speaker   model.

)

Note

€

Audio   Output  

To   activate   audio   input,   turn   [ON]   the   [Recording   Audio]   option   at   the   Settings  

 

Record   Setup  

  Detail   Setup   menu.

 

Connect   an   RCA   audio   output   terminal   (speaker ‐ equipped   monitor,   and   etc.)   with   the  

AUDIO OUT

terminal   on   the   back   of   the   product

.

Audio   may   skip   if   it   is   recorded   in   4CH   and   played   on   4   split   screens.

  If   this   happens,  

Caution change   the   screen   mode   to   Full   Screen.

 

3.2.3.

Monitor  

To   output   video   feed   from   a   camera   to   a   monitor,   connect   the   monitor   to   the   VGA   or   VIDEO   OUTPUT   terminal   on   the   back   of   this   product   using   a   VGA   or   BNC   cable

.

2   monitor   output   terminals   (1   BNC   and   1  

VGA)   are   available   and   they   can   be   used   simultaneously

.

Optionally,   you   can   simply   use   the   3.5"   LCD   monitor   on   the   front   panel   of   this   product   for   video   output.

 

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3.2. Detailed Wiring Instructions

[Connecting Monitor]

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VGA   Monitor   Output  

This   output   connector   is   for   a   VGA   monitor.

 

No.

 

1  

2  

3  

4  

5  

6  

7  

8  

Description  

Red   Signal   (75

,   0.7Vp

‐ p)  

Green   Signal   (75

,   0.7Vp

‐ p)  

Blue   Signal   (75

,   0.7Vp

‐ p)  

N/C   (Not   Connected)  

Grounded  

Grounded  

Grounded  

Grounded  

No.

 

9  

10  

11  

12  

13  

14  

15  

Description  

N/C   (Not   Connected)  

Grounded  

Grounded  

N/C   (Not   Connected)  

HSYNC   (Horizontal  

Synchronization)  

VSYNC   (Vertical   Synchronization)  

N/C   (Not   Connected)  

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3.2. Detailed Wiring Instructions

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LCD   Monitor   Output  

You   can   use   the   3.5"   LCD   monitor   on   this   product   for   visual   monitoring.

  To   set   up   the   LCD   operation,   go   to   the   "System"   mode   under   System   Setup.

  The   LCD   performs   identically   to   a   BNC/VGA   monitor.

 

3.2.4.

Alarm   Input   &   Output

   

These   external   sensor   connection   terminals   are   used   to   receive   information   from   connected   sensors   and   devices

.

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Relay   Output  

This   alarm   output   terminal   is   for   a   contact   relay   that   sends   alarm   to   an   external   device

.

NO   (Normal  

Open)   and   NC   (Normal   Close)   are   available   depending   on   the   contact   types.

Note

You   can   define   the   operation   of   a   relay   output   by   coordinating   Motion   Detection   and   sensors   at   the   Event   settings   in   the   main   menu.

 

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3.2. Detailed Wiring Instructions

3.2.5.

External   Control   Device   (RS

485)

 

This   terminal   is   used   to   connect   an   external   control   device

.

Term   Switch   on   the   back   of   this   product   turns   on   or   off   the   terminating   resistance   of   the   RS ‐ 485   communication   device

.

3.2.6.

Connecting   to   LAN   (Ethernet   10/100   Base

T)  

This   port   is   used   to   connect   to   a   network

.

No.

 

1  

2  

3  

4  

Description  

TX+(Data   Transmission)  

TX ‐ (Data   Transmission)  

RX+(Data   Transmission)  

N/C   (Not   Connected)  

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No.

 

5  

6  

7  

8  

Description  

N/C   (Not   Connected)  

RX ‐ (Data   Reception)  

N/C   (Not   Connected)  

N/C   (Not   Connected)  

3.3. Installing HDD

3.3.

Installing

 

HDD

 

Please   follow   the   instructions   below   to   add   or   replace   an   HDD.

 

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Assembling   HDD  

Attach   the   HDD   brackets   to   an   HDD   using   the   fixture   screws.

  (No.

  1:   Screws,   No.

  2:   HDD   Brackets)  

Attach   the   4   fixing   screws   and   vibration   reducing   washers   to   the   HDD   bracket.

 

The   following   picture   shows   an   HDD   attached   with   4   fixture   screws.

 

 

Once   the   brackets   are   attached   to   the   HDD,   place   the   HDD   on   the   product   hanger.

 

Install   the   HDD   with   the   front   facing   the   product   fan   and   the   cable   connection   terminal   facing   the   board.

 

The   following   picture   shows   an   HDD   being   installed   in   the   product   hanger.

   

When   attaching   the   HDD,   match   the   holes   on   the   HDD   brackets   to   the   protrusions   on   the   hanger.

 

[Installing HDD to Hanger]

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3.3. Installing HDD

 

Once   the   HDD   is   installed,   connect   the   SATA   and   power   cables.

 

As   shown   in   the   picture   below,   connect   the   enclosed   SATA   cable   to   the   HDD,   followed   by   the   HDD  

  power   then   data   cables   to   the   board.

 

[Connecting SATA Cable]

[Connecting Power & Data Cables]

HDD   Data   Cable   Connector   on   the   Board  

HDD   Power   Cable   Connector   on   the   Board  

After   installing   the   HDD,   fasten   the   HDD   brackets   as   shown   in   the   picture   below.

 

Now   the   HDD   is   fully   attached   to   the   product.

 

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3.3. Installing HDD

[HDD Connection Diagram]

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HDD   Connecting   Instructions  

Place   an   HDD   attached   with   the   HDD   brackets   to   the   product   hanger.

 

Attach   the   HDD   to   the   hanger   using   the   enclosed   fixture   screws.

 

Connect   the   enclosed   power/data   cable   to   the   HDD.

 

Connect   the   HDD   data   cable   to   the   main   board.

 

Connect   the   HDD   power   cable   to   the   main   board.

 

The   product   automatically   formats   a   newly   installed   HDD   when   it   powers   up;   you   can   immediately   start   using   new   HDDs   without   formatting.

 

Note

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Detaching   HDD  

Detaching   an   HDD   is   the   same   as   attaching   it,   but   in   reverse   order.

 

Detach   the   HDD   from   the   product   hanger.

 

Unplug   the   SATA   and   power   cables.

 

Loosen   the   HDD   fixture   bracket.

 

Detach   the   HDD.

 

Caution

When   attaching   or   detaching   an   HDD,   make   sure   the   product   turned   off   first.

 

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4.1. Monitoring Screen

Chapter

 

4.

Menu

 

Introduction

 

4.1.

Monitoring

 

Screen

   

When   turning   on   the   product,   the   front   LCD   monitor   or   a   connected   monitor   displays   a   live   screen.

   

Before   turning   on   the   power,   first   connect   a   camera   and   monitor.

 

ƒ Connect   the   power   cable   to   the   power   jack   on   the   back   of   the   DVR,   and   then   press   the   front   power   switch   to   turn   on   the   DVR.

   

ƒ

Upon   turning   on   the   power,   the   DVR   automatically   detects   available   video   input   signals.

   

ƒ It   retains   its   current   settings   even   over   power   outages.

   

4.2.

Menus

 

To   bring   up   the   Settings   menu,   press   the   Function   button   on   the   front   panel   of   the   product,   or   simply   press   MENU   on   the   remote   controller

.

  Available   menus   are   as   shown   below

.

The   product   language   is   set   to   English   as   the   default.

  Change   it   to   your   language   at   the  

"System   Setup"   menu.

 

Note

Available   menus   are   as   shown   below.

  For   more   details,   refer   to   the   "Setup"   instruction   page   for   each   menu

.

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Screen  

Settings

Record  

Settings

Event  

Settings

Network

System  

Settings

4.3. Menu Screen Description

System,   HDD,   Password,   Time,   PTZ

Network,   Client   Access,   Serial,   E ‐ Mail  

Event,   Motion   Detection,   Text,   Relay

Normal   Settings,   Detailed   Settings

Screen,   Auto   Sequencing,   Screen   Display  

4.3.

Menu

 

Screen

 

Description

 

When   pressing   the   MENU   button   on   the   main   frame,   or   on   the   remote   controller,   the   following   menu   screen   appears.

 

Main Menu

Sub Menu

Options

Setup Guidelines

ƒ

Main   Menu:   Main   menus   are   tabbed   by   the   settings   category.

   

ƒ Sub   Menu:   Sub   menus   are   available   under   the   main   menu   of   each   tab.

   

ƒ

Options:   Options   for   sub   menus   are   available   to   change.

   

ƒ Setup   Guidelines:   Help   messages   are   available   to   setup   each   individual   setting.

   

ƒ

The   Record   menus   may   take   a   while   to   apply   new   settings    

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4.4. Closing Menu

ƒ while   others   will   take   effect   immediately   without   delay.

 

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Menu   Operation    

z

Using   the   Main   Frame   Button    

ƒ

Move   between   Menus:   Press   the  

ƒ Change   Settings:   Press   the  

ƒ

Exit   Menu:   Press   ESC.

    z

Using   the   Remote   Controller    

ƒ

Move   between   Menus:   Press   the  

ƒ Change   Settings:   Press   the  

ƒ

Exit   Menu:   Press   ESC.

 

  buttons.

     

  buttons.

 

  buttons.

 

  buttons.

 

4.4.

Closing

 

Menu

 

To   exit   the   menu,   press   ESC.

  When   a   window   appears   asking   your   confirmation,   select   "YES"   to   apply   new   settings.

   

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5.1. System

Chapter

 

5.

System

 

Setup

 

This   chapter   describes   the   general   system   menus   of   the   DVR.

  Press   the   MENU   button,   and   then   select   a   tab   using   the   left   and   right   buttons.

  The   sub   menus   appear   as   shown   in   the   picture   below.

  Press   the  

ENTER   button,   and   select   a   sub   menu   using   the   left   and   right   buttons.

  Press   ENTER   again,   and   then   change   the   settings   of   the   menu   by   pressing   the   left   and   right   buttons.

 

5.1.

System

 

 

LANGUAGE:   Select   a   language   for   the   DVR:   a   total   of   16   languages   including   Korean   and   English   are   available.

 

KEY   BUZZER:   Select   On   to   activate   a   buzzer   when   the   front   button   on   the   DVR   is   pressed.

 

DEFAULT:   Resets   the   current   settings   to   their   factory   defaults.

 

REMOTE   SETUP:   Select   ON   to   change   the   settings   of   the   DVR   from   a   remote   location.

   

When   "ON"   is   selected,   you   can   connect   to   the   DVR   and   change   the   settings   remotely   over   the   network.

 

REMOTE   CONTROLLER   ID:   Activates   the   remote   control   ID   of   connected   devices;   IDs   1   to   9   are   available.

  Remote   controller   IDs   appear   on   the   monitoring   screen   in   the   form   of   ID=1   or   2.

  When   selecting   All,   ID=All   is   displayed   on   the   screen   as   all   DVR   systems   start   responding   to   one   remote   controller.

 

DESCRIPTION:   Displays   the   DVR   information.

  Select   [DISPLAY]   and   press   the   ENT   button   to   check   the   DVR's   system   information:   S/W   version,   HDD   capacity,   IP   address,   MAC   address,   and   UI   Toolkit   version.

 

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5.2. HDD

TEST   MODE:   Select   this   mode   to   upgrade   the   firmware.

   

For   instructions   on   upgrading   the   firmware,   please   refer   to   (

Appendix:   How   to    

Upgrade   Firmware.

)  

LCD:   Select   a   duration   period   to   keep   the   front   3.5"   LCD   on   for   video   display.

 

ƒ

The   default   value   is   10   minutes.

 

ƒ 3   MIN/10   MIN:   If   no   button   is   used   for   3minutes   to   10   minutes,   the   LCD   monitor   automatically   turns   off,   and   then   comes   back   up   when   any   button   is   pressed.

 

ƒ

Always:   Keeps   the   monitor   on   at   all   times.

 

5.2.

HDD

   

HDD   FORMAT:   Deletes   all   records   in   the   HDD.

 

Press   the   ENT   button   to   delete   all   records.

  Once   all   data   is   deleted,   the   DVR   reboots   itself   to   stabilize   the   system.

 

HDD   DESCRIPTION:   Displays   information   including   the   HDD   capacity   and   recording   start   and   end   times.

 

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5.3. Password

5.3.

Password

 

Limit   the   usage   of   menus   by   setting   a   password.

 

The   DVR   provides   1   ADMIN   and   3   USER   accounts.

 

USER   AUTHENTICATION:   Set   up   the   user   permissions   and   password   for   the   menus.

  The   password   must   be   a   4 ‐ digit   number,   and   can   be   selected   with   the   number   keys   (0~9).

 

USER   PASSWORD:   Enter   a   user   password.

 

`The   password   must   be   a   4 ‐ digit   number,   and   can   be   selected   with   the   number   keys   0~9.

 

For   more   detailed   instructions   on   setting   up   a   password,   please   refer   to   DVR   User   Permissions.

 

EVENT   BEEP:   You   may   activate   a   buzzer   when   an   incorrect   password   is   entered   3   or   more   times.

 

5.3.1.

DVR   User   Permissions  

Use   the   USER   PASSWORD   option   to   set   up   user   permissions.

  You   can   give   different   permissions   to   a   total   of   4   USER   accounts   including   ADMIN.

 

A

B

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5.3. Password

Total   6   different   user   permissions   are   available.

 

List   Description  

MENU  

PB  

PTZ  

Permissions   to   use   menus.

 

Permissions   to   the   Search   option.

 

Permissions   to   use   the   PTZ   options.

 

List  

R/OFF  

P/OFF  

P/ON  

Description  

Permissions   to   use   the   Recording   Off   option.

 

Permissions   to   use   the   Power   Off   option.

 

Permissions   to   use   the   Power   On   option.

  z

Pic   A.:   PASSWORD   CHECK   Description  

ƒ

Enables   a   popup   window   that   prompts   for   a   password   each   time   a   menu   is   selected.

 

  PASSWORD   CHECK   =   "X"  

ƒ

When   selecting   X,   everyone   can   access   the   pertinent   menu   without   entering   password.

  When  

PASSWORD   CHECK   for   MENU   is   set   to   "X,"   the   entire   entries   on   the   column   automatically   reset   to   "O"   as   shown   in   Pic   B.

   

To   set   up   different   permissions   for   users,   select   "O"   for   PASSWORD   CHECK,   and   then   read   the   following   instructions.

 

Caution

When   PASSWORD   CHECK   is   set   to   "X,"   everyone   can   access   the   pertinent   menu   without   entering   password.

  This   option   is   recommended   only   if   one   administrator   manages   the   DVR.

 

  PASSWORD   CHECK   =   "O"

 

ƒ Only   users   that   are   set   to   "O"   can   access   the   pertinent   menu.

  Select   O   or   X   per   user   under   each   menu,   then   the   menu   requires   a   password   for   the   access;   users   that   do   not   know   the   password   cannot   use   the   menu.

 

Caution

When   PASSWORD   CHECK   is   set   to   "O,"   only   the   administrator   can   set   up   permissions   for   the   pertinent   menu.

  This   option   is   recommended   if   more   than   one   administrators   and   users   access   the   DVR.

 

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5.4.

Clock

 

Setup   time ‐ related   settings   for   a   DVR   such   as   the   time,   date   display   type   etc.

 

5.4. Clock

CLOCK:   Configure   the   NTP   and   daylight   saving   time   of   the   DVR.

  When   the   time   is   set,   the   system   automatically   reboots   itself   to   save   the   previous   data.

ƒ

DAYLIGHT   SAVING:   Select   "ON"   if   Daylight   Saving   Time   applies   to   your   area.

   

‐  DST   START:   Select   a   date   that   Daylight   Saving   Time   begins.

 

‐  DST   END:   Select   a   date   that   Daylight   Saving   Time   ends.

 

 

‐  DATE   SETUP:   Select   the   current   time   of   your   area.

 

ƒ

NTP   (Network   Time   Protocol):   Select   "ON"   to   enable   this   option.

 

‐  When   enabled,   the   DVR   compares   its   time   with   the   NTP   server   once   every   24   hours.

  If   the   time   difference   between   the   server   and   itself   is   more   than   2   seconds,   it   automatically  

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5.4. Clock resynchronizes   its   time   to   the   server   time.

   

(Approximately   2   seconds   of   time   difference   occurs   on   a   daily   basis.)  

‐  TIME   SERVER:   Enter   the   name   of   a   desired   NTP   Server.

 

(Korean   Example:   Enter   an   internet ‐ based   NTP   server   such   as   time.bora.net.)  

‐  GMT:   Select   your   GMT   time   (adjustable).

 

(Korea   is   GMT   +09:00.)  

DATE   MODE:   You   can   change   the   display   format   of   the   DVR   date.

  6   formats   are   available   as   listed   below:

1  

3  

5  

Type  

‐    YY/MM/DD

‐    MM/DD/YY

‐    DD/MM/YY

2  

4  

6  

Type  

‐  YY ‐ MM ‐ DD

‐  MM ‐ DD ‐ YY

‐  DD ‐ MM ‐ YY

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Chapter

 

6.

Network

 

Setup

 

6.1.

Network

 

6.1. Network

Set   up   information   to   connect   a   system   to   the   network.

 

NETWORK   TYPE   [ADSL,   LAN,   DHCP]:   Select   a   network   type   to   connect   the   system.

 

™ LAN Settings 

ƒ IP   ADDRESS:   Enter   the   [IP   address]   for   a   system   (generally   provided   by   your   ISP).

   

ƒ SUBNET   MASK:   Enter   the   address   of   the   sub  

ƒ net   mask   (generally   provided   by   your   ISP).

   

ƒ GATEWAY:   Enter   the   address   of   the   [gateway]   (generally   provided   by   your   ISP).

 

ƒ DHCP   Settings:   Use   this   option   if   the   DVR   is   assigned   to   a   dynamic   IP   from   a   router.

 

ƒ When   using   DHCP,   the   domain   name   of   the   DVR   registered   to   a   DDNS   server   is   mainly   used   to   connect   to   the   network   instead   of   the   IP.

 

ƒ ADSL:   Select   this   if   you   use   PPPoE.

 

Press   the   ENTER   button   on   the   menu   to   bring   up   the   following   setup   menu.

 

ƒ ID:   Enter   an   ID   to   connect   to   an   ADSL   network.

 

ƒ PW:   Enter   the   password   of   the   ID   entered   above.

 

DDNS   ON/OFF:   When   using   a   dynamic   IP   (DHCP),   the   IP   constantly   changes   and   its   address   becomes   undetectable.

  In   this   case,   you   can   register   the   domain   name   and   IP   address   of   the   DVR,   so   you   can   access   it   via   the   domain   name   when   the   IP   address   changes.

 

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6.2. DDNS Connection Setup

6.2.

DDNS

 

Connection

 

Setup

   

Step   1).

Set   up   the   DDNS   connection   as   follows   at   the   Network   Settings   menu   in   the   SVR ‐ 470   main   frame.

 

Press   the   Menu   button,   and   then   select   the   Network   menu.

  The   following   screen   appears.

 

On   the   following   screen,   change   DDNS   to   "ON,"   and   then   press   "ENTER"  

SERVER   ADDRESS:   Enter   the   address   of   the   DDNS   server.

 

The   default   server   is   www.samsungipolis.com.

   

(

)

  Caution:   Do   not   change   the   server   name   unless   it   is   necessary.)  

ID:   Enter   the   Domain   registered   at   www.samsungipolis.com.

 

PW:   Enter   the   password   registered   at   www.samsungipolis.com.

 

Once   you   finish   the   settings   above,   the   DVR   main   frame   is   ready   to   connect   to   the   DDNS   server.

 

Step   2).

Once   you   finish   the   settings   above,   move   to   the   registered   DDNS   server.

  (Refer   to    

6.3.1

 

DDNS   Registration.)

 

 

6.3.

DDNS

 

If   the   DVR   is   connected   to   a   cable   modem   or   an   xDSL   modem,   a   new   IP   address   will   be   assigned   each   time   the   device   connects   to   the   ISP.

  In   such   a   case,   the   user   may   not   be   able   to   find   out   the   DVR's   IP   address.

  By   registering   a   DVR   with   a   dynamic   IP   address   to   a   DDNS   server,   the   DVR's   IP   may   be   identified   by   connecting   to   the   DDNS   server.

 

 

To   register   a   dynamic   IP   address   to   a   DDNS,   follow   the   instructions   shown   below.

 

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6.3.1.

DDNS   Registration  

Step   1).

Connect   to   the   iPOLiS   website   and   sign   up   for   a   membership.

 

¾

Website   URL:   [www.samsungipolis.com]  

6.3. DDNS

¾

To   sign   up,   click   to   agree   with   the   Terms   of   Service,   check   the   availability   of   your   ID,   and   then   enter   your   personal   information.

 

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Step   2).

Using   your   registered   ID,   log   in   to   the   site.

  You   can   now   register   the   DVR.

 

¾

Log   in   to   the   iPOLiS   website.

 

6.3. DDNS

ƒ

Upon   login,   a   list   of   registered   products   is   displayed.

 

(If   no   product   has   been   registered,   the   list   shows   an   empty   page.)    

¾

To   register   the   DVR,   first   register   its   product   Domain.

  Check   the   availability   of   the   product  

Domain,   and   then   enter   necessary   information   to   finish   the   registration.

   

¾

Product   Domain   cannot   be   modified   once   they   are   registered.

  To   change   a   product  

Domain,   you   must   register   the   product   again.

 

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6.3. DDNS

Step   3).

Set   up   the   DDNS   information   for   the   SVR ‐ 470.

 

At   the   Network   Settings   menu   in   the   SVR ‐ 470   main   frame,   follow   the   instructions   below.

 

Press   the   Menu   button,   and   then   select   the   Network   menu.

  The   following   screen   appears.

 

Select   "ON"   for   DDNS.

  (The   default   address:   www.samsungipolis.com)    

Enter   the   Domain   and   password   used   to   register   the   product   on   the   iPOLiS   website   into   ID   and   PW.

¾

Once   you   finish   the   settings   above,   the   DVR   main   frame   is   ready   to   connect   to   the   DDNS   server.

 

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6.4. Connecting to Client

Step   4).

The   connection   status   of   the   DVR   is   available   to   check   at   the   Product   List   on   the   website.

 

¾

Connected   products   are   displayed   as   "On"   in   the   Product   List.

 

ƒ

[View]:   Moves   to   the   login   page   of   Web   Viewer   of   the   selected   product.

 

ƒ

[Edit]   /   [Delete]:   Edits   the   information   of   the   selected   products,   or   deletes   the   product   from   the   list.

 

6.4.

Connecting

 

to

 

Client

   

PORT:   Change   a   [port]   to   connect   to   a   client.

 

The   SVR ‐ 470   uses   total   3   different   ports.

 

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6.5. SERIAL

DVR   Default   Settings   Port   (3495):   Control  ‐  Connect,   PTZ,   Event,   and   other   control   data  

ƒ

Default   Settings   Port   +1(3496):   Video  

ƒ

Default   Settings   Port   +2(3497):   Audio   i.e.)   If   DVR's   default   settings   port   is:   3495  

ƒ

Video   Settings   Port   is:   3496  

ƒ

Audio   Settings   Port   is:   3497  

CLIENT   ACCESS   Select   ON   to   access   the   DVR   remotely   over   the   network.

 

BANDWIDTH   SAVING:   Select   ON   to   consume   less   bandwidth.

  Selecting   [ON]   transfers   only   the   standard   frames.

  [OFF]   transfers   all   frames.

 

 

6.5.

SERIAL

   

Configure   settings   to   connect   a   POS   device.

 

TYPE:   Select   RS ‐ 232   or   RS ‐ 485.

 

SYSTEM   ID:   Select   the   system   ID.

 

BAUD   RATE:   Select   a   data   transfer   speed   (bits   per   second).

 

DATA   BIT:   Select   a   data   transfer   bit.

   

PARITY   BIT:   Select   a   type   to   check   data   transfer   errors.

   

STOP   BIT:   Select   a   stop   bit   upon   completing   a   data   transfer.

   

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6.6.

E

­

MAIL

 

Set   up   an   email   address   to   receive   captured   event   images   when   events   occur.

 

6.6. E-MAIL

E ‐ MAIL:   Select   to   alert   via   email   upon   the   occurrence   of   events.

  Selecting   [ON]   sends   out   an   email,   and   [OFF]   disables   the   email   alert.

 

MAIL   ADDRESS:   Enter   the   email   address   of   the   recipient.

  Press   ENTER   to   bring   up   a   soft   keyboard   and   enter   an   email   address.

  Use   the   up,   down,   left,   and   right   buttons   to   select   keys   and   enter   an   address.

 

MAIL   SERVER   IP:   Enter   the   IP   address   of   the   outgoing   mail   server.

   

AUTHENTICATION:   Enter   your   ID   and   password   for   the   outgoing   mail   server.

 

ID:   Enter   your   user   ID   for   the   outgoing   mail   server.

 

PW:   Enter   the   password   of   the   ID   entered   above.

 

RETURN   MAIL   ADDRESS:   Enter   the   email   address   to   receive   emails   returned   from   the   recipient   email   address.

 

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7.1. Record Setup

Chapter

 

7.

Recording

 

&

 

Event

 

Setup

 

7.1.

Record

 

Setup

 

Press   the   MENU   button,   and   then   select   a   tab   using   the   left   and   right   buttons.

  The   Record   sub   menus   appear   as   shown   in   the   picture   below.

  Press   the   ENTER   button,   and   select   a   sub   menu   using   the   left   and   right   buttons.

  Press   ENTER   again,   and   then   change   the   settings   of   the   menu   by   pressing   the   left   and   right   buttons.

 

7.1.1.

General   Setup  

IMAGE   SIZE:   Select   a   video   size.

  The   SVR ‐ 470   supports   two   resolutions:   352x240   and   704x480.

 

Selecting   the   largest   size   (704x480)   improves   the   recorded   image   quality,   but   increases   the   file   size   and   decreases   the   frame   rate.

  The   monitoring   screen   can   be   recorded   to   the   HDD.

  The   recordable   capacity   varies   depending   on   the   size   of   the   HDDs.

   

REPEAT   RECORD:   Select   to   repeat   the   recording   operation.

 

‐  [ON]:   The   unit   keeps   repeating   the   recording   operation.

  If   there   is   not   enough   space   in   the   HDD,   it   overwrites   the   oldest   data   with   new   recording   data.

   

‐  [OFF]:   If   there   is   no   longer   enough   space   in   the   HDD,   and   then   aborts   the   operation.

   

WARNING   MESSAGE:   Select   a   minimum   %   of   free   space   left   in   the   HDD   to   display   an   alert   message.

  Available   ranges   are   from   1   to   20%,   with   5   to   10%   being   generally   recommended.

   

WARNING   BEEP:   Select   ON   or   OFF   to   play   an   alert   buzzer   when   the   free   space   in   the   HDD   reaches   the   previously   defined   %.

 

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7.1. Record Setup

7.1.2.

Detail   Setup  

Set   up   detailed   recording   settings.

 

ƒ

CHANNEL:   Select   a   channel   to   apply   the   detailed   settings   to.

   

ƒ MODE:   Select   a   recording   mode   for   the   selected   channel.

   

List   Description  

Normal   Recording   Mode   Commands   the   channel   to   keep   recording   24   hours.

 

Motion   Detection   Recording   Commands   the   channel   to   start   recording   only   if   movement   is   detected.

 

Sensor    

TEXT    

Scheduled   Recording  

Recording   Disabled  

Commands   the   channel   to   start   recording   only   if   a   sensor   is   activated.

 

Commands   the   channel   to   start   recording   only   if   a   text   event   occurs.

 

Commands   the   channel   to   record   as   scheduled.

 

Disables   the   recording   feature.

 

ƒ

SCHEDULE:   Set   the   Recording   Mode   to   "Scheduled   Recording",   and   then   select   this   menu   to   schedule   recording   by   the   time   and   day.

   

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7.2. Event Setup

Scheduled   Recording   can   be   set   up   to   24   hours   per   day.

  Using   the   block,   and   then   press   ENT   to   select   a   recording   mode.

 

„

S : Sensor Recording   

„

‐ : Recording Disabled 

„

„

M : Motion Detectio n Recording   

„

T : Text Recording  buttons,   move   to   an   hour

ƒ

Image   Quality:   Select   High,   Standard,   or   Low   to   adjust   the   image   quality.

 

ƒ Recording   Frames:   Select   the   number   of   images   (frames)   that   can   be   recorded   per   second.

  At   the   704x480   size,   a   maximum   of   30   images   can   be   selected,   and   a   maximum   of   120   images   at   the   352x240   size.

 

ƒ

Pre ‐ Event   Recording:   Select   to   start   recording   prior   to   an   event.

  Selecting   [Yes]   commands   the  

DVR   to   start   recording   3   seconds   prior   to   an   event,   and   [No]   disables   this   option.

 

ƒ Post ‐ Event   Recording   Duration:   Select   a   recording   duration   after   an   event;   from   1   to   20   seconds.

 

ƒ

Audio:   Select   "Yes"   or   "No"   to   record   audio.

 

 

7.2.

Event

 

Setup

 

Set   the   event   menus   of   a   DVR   such   as   Motion   Detection,   Sensor,   and   Alarm.

  Press   the   MENU   button,   and   then   select   a   tab   using   the   left   and   right   buttons.

  The   sub   menus   appear   as   shown   in   the   picture   below.

  Press   the   ENTER   button,   and   select   a   sub   menu   using   the   left   and   right   buttons.

  Press   ENTER   again,   and   then   change   the   settings   of   the   menu   by   pressing   the   left   and   right   buttons.

   

7.2.1.

Event   Setup  

EVENT   BEEP:   Select   ON   or   OFF   to   play   a   beep   when   an   event   occurs.

 

EVENT   AUTO   SEQ:   Select   ON   or   OFF   to   display   event   screens   in   full   screen   mode.

 

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7.2. Event Setup

EVENT   TIME:   Select   a   duration   to   display   events.

  (3   to   5   seconds)  

For   the   duration,   events   that   occur   simultaneously   in   different   channels   are   recorded,   but   their   screens   do   not   display.

  Once   the   duration   is   over,   the   screen   changes   to   the   screen   of   an   event   that   currently   occurs   in   a   different   channel.

 

TEXT   MONITORING:   Select   ON   or   OFF   to   display   text   information   product   name,   price,   quantity   on   the   screen   when   using   a   POS.

 

SENSOR:   Select   a   channel   to   set   up   a   sensor.

 

SENSOR   TYPE:   Select   a   sensor   option   for   a   selected   channel:   N/O   or   N/C.

 

ƒ

N/O:   Normal   Open   sensor  

ƒ

N/C:   Normal   Close   sensor  

ƒ

OFF:   Disabled  

7.2.2.

Motion   Detection  

When   the   recording   mode   is   set   to   Motion   Detection,   set   the   motion   zone   and   sensitivity   for   the   channels.

   

¾

CHANNEL:   Select   a   channel   for   the   MD   recording   mode.

 

MOTION   ZONE:   Available   zones   are   Full   and   Partial.

 

ƒ FULL:   Records   the   entire   screen   when   movement   is   detected.

   

ƒ PARTIAL   ZONE:   Records   only   a   selected   area   on   the   screen   when   movement   is   detected.

 

ƒ

MOTION   SENSITIVITY:   Select   a   level   for   motion   detection   sensitivity.

  1   to   9   levels   are   available,   with   higher   levels   increasing   the   sensitivity   of   the   camera   to   detect   more   subtle   movements.

   

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7.2. Event Setup

7.2.3.

Text  

Allows   you   to   check   the   POS   device   data   on   the   DVR   video   screen.

   

To   synchronize   the   protocol   with   the   input   device,   select   HEADER   1,   2,   DELIMITER,   and   the   number   of   lines   to   display   on   the   screen.

   

SYNC   CHANNEL:   Select   a   channel   to   display   the   POS   text   data.

 

DEVICE  

ƒ

NORMAL:   Select   when   connecting   to   a   barcode   reader   or   other   conventional   POS   device.

 

ƒ FINGER   007:   Select   to   connect   a   fingerprint   recognition   device.

 

CHECK   PROTOCOL   (Standard   Protocol)  

ƒ HEADER1    

ƒ

HEADER2  

ƒ DELIMITER  

LINES:   Select   the   number   of   lines   to   display   on   one   screen.

 

7.2.4.

Simple   POS   Manual  

 

Connect   to   a   POS   device   through   a   serial   communication   port.

 

To   display   text   data   on   the   screen,   at   least   one   channel   must   be   in   the   Text   Event   Recording   mode   and   set   to   display   text.

 

 

Main   Menu  ‐  Most   settings   are   available   at   the   [Event]   menu.

 

 

Text   Display

  at   Setup   >   Event   Setup   >   Event   is   an   option   to   show   text   on   the   live   and   playback   screens.

 

POS   settings   are   available   at   Setup   >   Event   Setup   >   Text.

 

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7.2. Event Setup

ƒ

Output   channel

:   Select   a   channel   to   display   text   data   on   the   screen.POS

  data   displays   only   in   full   screen   not   in   quadruple   screen   mode.

 

ƒ

Device

:   Two   devices   are   supported:   Normal   and   Finger007.

  Normal   does   not   indicate   specific   models   or   brands.

  Finger007   is   a   fingerprint   recognition   device.

 

ƒ

Protocol:   ON/OFF

.

  When   setting   Protocol   to   OFF,   Header   1   and   2   and   Delimiter   are   disabled.

 

ƒ

Header1

:   Analyzes   data   from   a   POS   device;   enter   a   text   that   indicates   the   beginning   of   data.

 

ƒ

Header2

:   Enter   a   text   that   indicates   the   beginning   of   data.

  (2   headers   can   be   entered.)  

ƒ

Delimiter

:   Enter   text   that   indicates   the   end   of   data.

 

ƒ

Line   num

:   Enter   a   number   of   lines   to   show   on   one   screen.

  e.g.)   The   following   strings   are   actual   data   from   a   POS   device.

 

Kalatel Quick-Easy Mart<0D><0A>

3197 Airport Loop Drive<0D><0A>

Costa Mesa, Ca. 92626<0D><0A>

<0D><0A>

Candy Bar $1.49<0D><0A>

Soft Drink 64oz. $2.49<0D><0A>

Chips $0.99<0D><0A>

---------------------------<0D><0A>

TOTAL $ 7.99<0D><0A>

<0D><0A>

When   the   Protocol   is   set   to   OFF,   the   strings   above   do   not   appear   in   the   same   format.

 

 

Without   a   header,   which   indicates   the   beginning   of   data,   set   Delimiter   to   <0D><0A>   and   Line   num   to   10.

   

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7.2. Event Setup

Kalatel Quick-Easy Mart

3197 Airport Loop Drive

Costa Mesa, Ca. 92626

Candy Bar $1.49

Soft Drink 64oz. $2.49

Chips $0.99

---------------------------

TOTAL $ 7.99

Then   the   data   displays   in   the   format   above.

 

 

€

Live   Screen  

Text   data   does   not   appear   in   4   split   screens.

 

The   display   channel   must   be   changed   to   the   full   screen   mode   in   order   to   display   text   data.

 

Text   data   automatically   disappears   in   3   to   4   seconds.

 

 

€

Playback   Screen  

Text   data   does   not   appear   in   4   split   screens.

 

Text   data   appears   only   if   a   channel   contains   text   data   and   is   currently   in   full   screen   mode.

 

 

Up/Down:   Up   displays   text   data   and   Down   hides   it;   they   enable   checking   the   screen   behind   text   data.

 

(Can   be   used   while   playing   and   pausing   video.)  

Left/Right:   The   Right   button   moves   to   the   next   page   of   text   data   that   is   too   long   to   display   on   one   screen.

  The   Left   button   moves   back   to   the   previous   page.

  (Can   be   used   while   a   video   is   paused.)  

After   adding   these   buttons,   the   channel   switch   buttons   are   replaced   with   numbers.

 

‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐ 

Non ‐ POS   Related   Information  

Password:   1   to   8 ‐ digit   passwords   are   supported,   but   only   up   to   4   digits   are   hidden   by   the   mask   symbol:  

*.

  Available   numbers   for   the   password   are   1   to   4   because   no   more   number   inputs   are   available   via   the   remote   controller.

 

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7.2. Event Setup

7.2.5.

Relay  

Select   options   to   activate   a   relay.

 

[The SVR-470 Relay Setup Screen]

ƒ

SENSOR   (CH1,   CH2,   CH3,   CH4)   :   Activate   a   relay   when   the   sensor   of   a   selected   channel   is   activated.

 

ƒ MD:   Activate   a   relay   when   movement   is   detected.

 

ƒ

TEXT:   Activate   a   relay   when   using   POS.

 

ƒ V ‐ LOSS:   Activate   a   relay   when   video   input   signals   are   lost.

 

  V ‐ LOSS:   Available   only   if   the   Recording   Mode   is   set   to   "Motion   Detection"   or   "Sensor,"   and   "Pre ‐ Event  

Recording"   is   selected.

  The   "V ‐ LOSS"   recording     saves   the   history   in   a   log   file.

   

Using   the   "V ‐ LOSS"   times   that   are   recorded   in   the   log   file,   you   can   search   the   recording   times   in   the  

"Search   and   Play"   window.

 

ƒ HDD   Error:   Activates   a   relay   when   an   error   occurs   in   the   HDD   for   a   channel.

 

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8.1. Channel 1 ~ 4

Chapter

 

8.

Screen

 

Setup

 

Press   the   MENU   button,   and   then   select   a   tab   using   the   left   and   right   buttons.

  The   Live   Screen  

Monitoring   sub   menus   appear   as   shown   in   the   picture   below.

  Press   the   ENTER   button,   and   select   a   sub   menu   using   the   left   and   right   buttons.

  Press   ENTER   again,   and   then   change   the   settings   of   the   menu   by   pressing   the   left   and   right   buttons.

 

[The SVR-470 Screen Setup]

8.1.

Channel

 

1

 

~

 

4

   

In   the   Screen   Setup   menu,   you   can   select   various   options   for   channels   such   as   the   name,   and   the   screen   brightness.

 

‐  TITLE:  

Enter   a   name   for   a   channel.

  To   enter   a   name,   select   a   channel   name,   and   then   press   the  

ENTER   button.

  The   following   soft   keyboard   appears.

  To   move   between   characters,   use   the  

  keys.

  To   change   characters,   use   the     keys.

 

‐  To   change   characters,   press   the   Up   or   Down   key   on   a   character.

   

‐  To   save   a   channel   name,   move   the   cursor   to   the   ENTER   key,   and   then   press   it.

 

‐  To   exit   the   menu,   press   ESC.

 

(When   pressing   ESC,   a   selected   channel   name   is   not   saved.)  

‐  When   naming   a   channel,  

← on   the   soft   keyboard   deletes   a   character   and  

  skips   a   character.

ƒ

.

  BRIGHTNESS:   Adjust   the   screen   brightness.

   

ƒ

.

  CONTRAST:   Adjust   the   screen   contrast.

   

8.1.1.

Multiple   Channel   &   Split   Screen   Display    

When   pressing   a   number   key   1   to   4   on   the   DVR   main   frame,   the   corresponding   channel   displays   in   full   screen.

   

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8.2. Auto Sequencing

 

P ressing   ENTER   displays   4   channels   in   4   split   screens.

   

8.2.

Auto

 

Sequencing

 

The   Live   Screen   displays   the   video   of   cha nnels   in   sequence,   Channel   1   >   Channel   2   >   Channel   3   >  

Channel   4,   at   defined   intervals.

  In   the   [Auto   Sequence]   menu,   you   can   select   a   channel ‐ sequencin g   interval   from   1   to   10   seconds.

 

ƒ

INTERVAL:   Select   a   screen ‐ sequencing   interval   from   1   to   10   seconds.

 

ƒ V ‐ LOSS   SKIP:   Selecting   On   in   the   V ‐ LOSS   SKIP   option   skips   channels   wit h   no   video   input   signals,   and   displays   only   ones   that   transmit   video   input   signals.

   

8 .2.1.

How   to   Use   Auto   Sequencing  

Pressing   the   AUTO   button   on   each   channel   commands   the   screen   to   display   a   sequence   of   videos   from   the   channel   at   intervals   that   are   selected   at   the   [Screen   Setup]   [Auto   Sequence]   menu.

 

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To   cancel   the   sequencing   mode,   press   the   AUTO   button   again.

   

8.3.

Screen

 

Display

 

Status

 

Select   the   type   of   information   to   show   on   the   Live   Video   screen.

 

8.3. Screen Display Status

ƒ

ALL:   Select   [ON]   to   display   all   status   information   on   the   screen.

 

ƒ CLOCK   DISPLAY:   Select   [ON]   to   display   the   current   time   on   the   screen.

   

ƒ

HDD   FREE   SPACE:   Select   [ON]   to   display   remaining   free   space   of   the   HDD.

   

ƒ RECORD   STATUS:   Select   [ON]   to   display   the   Recording   icon   on   a   corner   of   the   screen   of   a   channel   in   the   Recording   mode.

 

ƒ

TITLE   DISPLAY:   Select   [ON]   to   display   the   name   of   Channel   1   to   4   on   the   live   screen.

  Channel   names   are   available   to   set   at   the   Channel   Name   sub   menu.

   

ƒ EVENT   DISPLAY:   Select   [ON]   to   display   events   on   the   screen.

 

ƒ

OSD   CONTRAST:   Adjusts   the   depth   of   menu   and   window   colors;   selecting   a   higher   %   increases   the   depth.

  20%   to   100%   are   available   to   select.

 

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8.3. Screen Display Status

8.3.1.

Recordi ng   Mode   Display  

1) Manual Recording 

Pressing   the   REC   button   starts   recording   manually   as   "R   (Manual   Recording)"   displays   on   the   upper   right   side   of   the   monitoring   screen.

  Pressing   the   REC   button   again   activates   the   Recording   mode   of   each   channel.

  Each   channel   screen   displays   a   Recording   Mode   initia l   as   listed   below:  

„

C: In Normal Recording mode ( CONTINUOUS RECORDING) 

„

S: In Sensor Recording mode   

„

M: In Motion Detection Rec ording mode   

„

T: In Text Recordi ng mode   

„

‐: No Video Input 

„

0: Recording Disabled 

2) Scheduled Recording 

If   [Scheduled   Recording]   is   selected   at   the   [Record   Settings]   >   [CH1~CH4]   >   [Detailed   Settings],   the   DVR   auto matically   starts   i g   at   the   scheduled   date   and   time.

 

„

S : Sensor Recording   

„

‐ : Recording Disabled 

„

C : Continuous (Normal) Recordi ng 

„

M : Motion Detectio n Recording 

„

T : Text Recording 

The   Recording   icon   on   the   screen   varies   depending   on   the   recording   mode   of   each   channel.

  No   icon   appears   if   a   channel   is   not   recording   a   video.

Note

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9.1. CH1~CH4 Individual Channel Setup

Chapter

 

9.

PTZ

 

Setup

 

Press   the   MENU   button,   and   then   select   a   tab   using   the   left   and   right   buttons.

  The   PTZ   sub   menus   appear   as   shown   in   the   picture   below.

  Press   the   ENTER   button,   and   select   a   sub   menu   using   the   left   and   right   buttons.

  Press   ENTER   again,   and   then   change   the   settings   of   the   menu   by   pressing   the   left   and   right   buttons.

 

9.1.

CH1~CH4

 

Individual

 

Channel

 

Setup

 

Setup   the   ID   and   model   of   a   camera   by   channel.

 

ƒ CHANNEL:   Select   a   channel.

 

ƒ

PTZ   CAMERA   ID:   Select   a   camera   ID   from   0   to   255.

 

ƒ MODEL:   Select   the   model   of   the   connected   camera.

  The   camera   input   signal   varies   depending   on   the   manufacturer;   please   enter   the   correct   model   for   the   camera.

 

For   compatible   camera   models,   please   refer   to   the   appendix   of   this   manual.

 

9.2.

Using

 

PTZ

 

Select   a   live   screen   in   full   screen   mode,   and   then   press   the   PTZ   button   to   adjust   the   Pan,   Tilt,   and   Zoom   operations   of   the   camera.

  For   the   PTZ   operation,   the   Function   button   on   the   main   frame   or   remote   controller   can   be   used.

 

Pressing   the   PTZ   button   on   the   front   panel   displays   the   following   screen.

 

This   PTZ   option   activates   only   while   a   PTZ   camera   is   connected   to   the   RS ‐ 485   port.

 

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9.2. Using PTZ

9.2.1.

Pan   &   Tilt   Controls  

Press   the   ENTER   button   at   the   PAN/TILT   menu.

 

‐  Tilt:   Press   the     button   to   move   the   camera   lens   upward.

  Press   the   move   the   camera   lens   downward.

 

 

button   to  

‐  Pan:   Press   the     button   to   move   the   camera   lens   right.

  Press   the     button   to   move   the   camera   lens   left.

   

9.2.2.

Zoom   &   Focus   Controls    

‐  Zoom:   Press   the     button   to   zoom   in.

  Press   the     button   to   zoom   out.

 

‐  Focus:   Press   the     button   to   focus   on   an   object   at   a   short   distance,   and     to   focus   on   an   object   at   a   long   distance.

 

9.2.3.

Initialize  

Resets   the   PTZ   camera.

 

PTZ   Operation:   Press   the   up,   down,   left,   and   right   buttons   once   to   start   operation,   and   then   press   the   buttons   again   to   cancel   operation.

 

Note

The   PTZ   mode   is   available   in   the   live   screen   mode.

 

9.2.4.

Camera   OSD   Menu  

To   control   the   camera   device,   press   the   up,   down,   left,   right,   Enter   and   ESC   buttons.

   

Note

This   mode   is   available   when   the   DVR   and   camera   are   connected   by   RS ‐ 485.

 

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10.1. Searching Events

Chapter

 

10.

Searching

 

Recorded

 

Videos

 

Pressing   the   SEARCH   button   brings   up   the   following   Search   menu.

  You   can   search   recorded   videos   by   the   time,   event,   and   date,   and   also   view   the   list   of   log   and   backup   files.

 

10.1.

Searching

 

Events

 

You   can   search   events   of   each   channel   by   the   recording   mode:   Motion   Detection,   Sensor,   Text,   Normal,   and   Manual   Recording   modes.

  When   pressing   ENTER   at   the   Event   Search   menu,   the   following   screen   appears.

   

Days   with   recorded   videos   are   displayed   in   a   highly   visible   color.

 

Using   the   ENTER   button,   select   a   desired   date,   channel,   and   event   type.

  Press   the   ENTER   button   again   to   start   playing   a   video.

 

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10.2. Time Bar Search

10.2.

Time

 

Bar

 

Search

 

For   convenient   searches,   use   the   time   search   bar   to   select   a   search   timeline.

 

When   pressing   the   ENTER   button   on   a   timeline,   a   calendar   displays.

  Select   a   date   on   the   calendar,   and   then   press   ENTER.

  The   following   screen   appears.

 

Hours   with   recorded   videos   are   highlighted   with   a   color   bar.

 

ƒ

V1~V4:   A   green   bar   displays   the   hours   of   saved   video.

 

ƒ A1~A4:   Displays   if   a   channel   has   recorded   audio.

  (To   record   audio,   select   [ON]   at   the   Audio   option   under   the   Record   Settings   menu.)  

 

10.3.

Time

 

Search

 

You   can   manually   enter   a   timeline   to   search   videos.

 

Press   ENTER   on   the   Time   Search   menu.

  The   following   screen   appears.

 

Enter   a   timeline,   and   then   press   the   ENTER   button   to   play   a   video.

  For   the   unit   of   seconds,   15,   30,   and  

45   are   available   for   selection.

 

10.4.

Play

 

from

 

Beginning

 

 

 

Press   ENTER   at   the   Play   from   Beginning   menu   to   play   videos   from   the   first   one.

 

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10.5. Play from Last

10.5.

Play

 

from

 

Last

 

Press   ENTER   at   the   Play   from   Last   menu   to   play   videos   from   the   very   last   one.

 

The   product   may   play   an   earlier   video   recorded   maximum   1   minute   prior   to   a   last   video   depending   on   the   characteristics   of   video   file   formats.

 

10.6.

Searching

 

Log

 

Files

 

Pressing   ENTER   at   the   Log   menu   displays   a   calendar.

  When   selecting   a   date   on   the   calendar,   the   log   files   of   the   DVR   list   as   shown   in   the   picture   below.

  To   exit   the   screen,   press   ESC.

 

10.7.

Copying

 

Files

 

You   can   copy   both   still   images   and   videos.

 

For   videos,   a   maximum   of   1,800   seconds   of   a   video   can   be   copied.

 

10.7.1.

Still   Image   Copy   Instructions  

While   monitoring   the   screen,   press   the   COPY   button   at   a   frame   that   you   want   to   copy   as   a   still   image.

  Then   a   window   will   appear   as   shown   in   Pic   1   below.

  In   the   window,   select   [YES]   to   save   the   frame   to   the   internal   file   list   of   the   DVR.

  Another   window   will   appear   asking   to   save   it   to   a   backup   device.

)

 

In   the   window,   select   "YES"   to   save   the   frame   to   a   USB   memory   stick.

 

To   view   the   internal   file   list   of   the   DVR,   press   SEARCH   to   bring   up   the   Search   menu.

  Selecting   the  

Copy   option   in   the   menu   displays   a   calendar   that   contains   a   list   of   copied   files.

  Select   a   date,   and   then   press   ENTER.

  A   list   of   copied   files   on   the   date   displays   as   shown   in   Pic   3   below.

In   the   copy   list,   select   a   list   to   back   up.

  When   the   screen   pauses,   insert   a   memory   stick   to   the   USB   port   on   the   front   panel   of   the   DVR.

  Then   press   COPY   on   the   front   panel   and   select   "YES".

  Once   the   screen   displays   "SAVED!"   as   shown   in   Pic   4   below,   the   frame   is   successfully   saved   in   the   USB   memory   stick.

 

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10.7. Copying Files

                        Pic   1.

  [Select   COPY  ‐ >   "YES"]                                                             Pic   2.[Image   Successfully   Saved   in   USB   Memory   Stick]

                    Pic   3.[Select   SEARCH  ‐ >   Copy   List]                                                         Pic   4.[Image   Successfully   Saved   in   USB   Memory   Stick]                  

10.7.2.

Video   Copy   Instructions    

Videos   can   be   copied   only   while   being   played   from   the   Search   menu.

 

While   playing   a   saved   video,   press   PAUSE   at   a   frame   that   you   want   to   start   copying   from.

  Then   press   COPY.

 

I.

The   video   is   firstly   saved   to   the   internal   file   list   of   the   DVR.

  When   the   COPY   window   appears,   select   "STILL"   or   "VIDEO".

  [Pic   1]  

II.

Enter   a   duration   time   to   save   the   video.

  (Maximum   1,800   seconds.)   [Pic   2]  

III.

Select   "AVI"   or   "DVR   (the   DVR's   unique   file   format)".

  Then   the   COPY   window   will   ask   if   you   want   to   save   the   video   to   a   connected   storage   device.

  Select   "YES"   to   save.

  [Pic   3]  

To   view   the   internal   file   list   of   the   DVR,   press   SEARCH   to   bring   up   the   Search   menu.

  Selecting   the  

Copy   option   in   the   menu   displays   a   calendar   that   contains   a   list   of   copied   files.

  Select   a   date,   and   then   press   ENTER.

  A   list   of   copied   files   on   the   date   displays   as   shown   in   Pic   2   below.

In   the   copy   list,   select   a   list   to   back   up.

  When   the   screen   pauses,   insert   a   memory   stick   to   the   USB   port   on   the   front   panel   of   the   DVR.

  Press   COPY   on   the   front   panel   and   select   "AVI"   or   "DVR   (the  

DVR's   unique   file   format)".

  Then   the   SAVE   window   will   appear   asking   you   to   confirm   to   save   the   video   to   the   USB   memory   stick,   as   shown   in   the   picture   below.

  Pressing   [YES]   saves   it   to   the  

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10.7. Copying Files selected   device.

  Once   the   screen   displays   "SAVED!",   the   video   is   successfully   saved   in   the   device.

 

                Pic   1[Select   VIDEO]                                                                                 Pic   2.[Select   Video   Copy   Duration]  

                  Pic   3.[Select   Copy   Format]                                                               Pic   4.[Select   YES   to   Save   to   USB   Memory   Stick]  

Pic   5.[Copy   List]  

AVI:   When   saved   in   AVI   format,   files   can   be   played   in   Windows   Media   Player   or   other   video   players.

 

DVR:   When   saved   in   the   DVR   format,   files   cannot   be   played   on   popular   media   players   but   only   on   an   exclusive   player   that   is   automatically   created   inside   the   USB   storage   device   along   with   a   video   file.

 

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10.8. Playing Recorded Video

10.8.

Playing

 

Recorded

 

Video

 

Caution

Button Function  

Manual   recording   button.

 

Searches   a   video   by   one   second.

 

Plays   or   pauses   a   video.

 

Stops   a   video.

 

Increases   the   playback   speed   of   a   video   for   searching.

 

Changes   the   playback   direction   of   a   video   for   searching.

   

(Play   forward/backward)  

Certain   videos   may   skip   a   few   frames   during   playback,   but   this   does   not   indicate   a   problem   in   the   product.

 

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11.1. Connecting to Web Viewer

Chapter

 

11.

Using

 

Web

 

Viewer

 

11.1.

Connecting

 

to

 

Web

 

Viewer

 

The   SVR ‐ 470   provides   a   self ‐ contained   Web   Viewer.

  You   can   monitor   and   play   video   using   the   viewer   without   installing   an   extra   browser.

  For   instructions   on   the   network   configuration   and   DDNS   registration,   please   refer   to   Chapter   6.

  Both   a   network   and   DDNS   registration   are   required   in   order   to   connect   to   the   Web   Viewer.

 

[How   to   Connect]  

In   the   Internet   Explorer   address   bar,   enter   the   product   IP   address   or   domain   name   that   is   registered   to  

 

DDNS   ( www.samsungipolis.com

)  

[Images such as Internet Explorer address bar: In case that Domain is apple]

On   the   Login   page,   enter   "IP   Address,"   "Port,"   "Password,"   and   other   required   information   to   connect   to   the   product   over   the   network.

 

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11.2. Web Viewer Login Page

11.2.

Web

 

Viewer

 

Login

 

Page

 

Enter   an   address   in   the   address   bar,   and   then   press   "Enter".

  The   following   Web   Viewer   Login   page   appears.

 

Category

IP   ADDRESS

PORT

USER   ID  

PASSWORD

 

Description  

Enter   a   product   IP   address   or   domain   name   that   is   registered   to   DDNS  

(www.samsungipolis.com)  

Enter   the   "port"   of   the   product.

  (Default   Port:   3495)  

Enter   your   USER   ID.

  (Default   ID   : ADMIN,   USER1,   USER2,   USER3)  

Set  ‐ >   product's   MENU   >   SYSTEM   SETUP   >   USER   ID  

Enter   your   USER   ID.

  (Default   ID   : ADMIN,   USER1,   USER2,   USER3)  

Set  ‐ >   product's   MENU   >   SYSTEM   SETUP   >   PASSWORD  

Click   this   Login   button   to   connect   to   a   product   that   matches   the   entered   IP   address   or   domain   name.

 

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11.3. Live Mode

11.3.

Live

 

Mode

€

Live   Screen   Buttons  

Button   Description  

Splits   the   screen   for   multi ‐ channel   monitoring;   the   SVR ‐ 470   supports   1   and  

4   split   screens.

 

Displays   a   selected   channel   in   the   Full   Screen.

 

Pauses   a   live   video.

  (Used   to   capture   a   still   image.)  

Clicking   this   button   again   replays   the   video.

 

Captures   still   images   of   a   screen.

 

Camera   Pan   &   Tilt   control   button.

 

Controls   the   Pan   and   Tilt   operations   of   a   connected   PTZ   dome   camera.

 

This   button   is   available   only   for   users   with   the   PTZ   permissions   that   are   set   to   "0"   at   the   System   Setup   >   Password   >   User   Authentication   menu.

 

Camera   Zoom   and   Focus   control   button.

 

Controls   the   Zoom   and   Focus   operations   of   a   connected   camera.

 

This   button   is   available   only   for   users   with   the   PTZ   permissions   that   are   set   to   "0"   at   the   System   Setup   >   Password   >   User   Authentication   menu.

 

Turns   on   the   audio   of   a   connected   product.

  (The   product   must   be   connected   or   equipped   with   an   audio   device   such   as   mic.)  

Displays  

Device   Time

.

 

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11.4.

Search

 

Mode

 

11.4. Search Mode

Button   Description  

Switches   to   Search   mode.

 

Search   and   play   the   video   of   a   channel   that   is   selected   in   Search   mode.

 

Displays   days   with   saved   videos;   clicking   on   a   date   displays   a   timeline   with   saved   videos   per   channel.

 

Select   a   search   time   to   play   a   video   immediately.

 

Turns   on   the   audio   for   playing   video.

 

Captures   still   images   of   a   screen.

 

Use   this   option   to   save   video   while   playing.

 

Select   a   backup   duration,   and   then   press   OK   to   save   the   video   data   to   a   selected   folder.

 

Plays   backward   at   a   fast   speed:   (1x,   2x,   4x,   and   8x.)  

Pauses   or   replays   a   video.

 

Stops   searching.

 

Plays   forward   at   a   fast   speed:   (1x,   2x,   4x,   and   8x.)  

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Select   an   hour   to   play   a   saved   video.

 

11.4. Search Mode

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11.5. Web Viewer Buttons

11.5.

Web

 

Viewer

 

Buttons

   

1) Live Mode 

1   Channel/4   Channels   supported.

 

Pause  

Camera   Pan/Tilt   Control  

Button  

Camera   Zoom/Focus   Control  

Button  

Not   used   for   this   product.

Displays   a   channel   in   full   screen   mode.

 

Captures   still   images   of   a   screen.

 

When   selecting  

ZF

.

   

 

Audio   Button  

Buttons Related to Camera OSD Controls: "Zoom/Focus"

Button   Description   Button

Commands   the   camera   to   zoom   in.

 

Commands   the   camera   to   zoom   out.

 

Description  

Commands   the   camera   to   focus   on   a   short ‐ distance   object.

 

Commands   the   camera   to   focus   on   a   long ‐ distance   object.

 

 

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11.5. Web Viewer Buttons

2) Search Mode

Switch   to   Live   Mode  

Search   Time   Selection   Icon  

Audio   Button  

Saved   Data   Play   Button

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Saved   Data   Display   Calendar

Captures   still   images   of   a   screen.

 

Video   Copy   Button  

Appendix A) Troubleshooting

Appendix

   

Appendix

 

A)

 

Troubleshooting

 

1.

  Cannot   turn   on   DVR  

‐  Check   power  

‐  Check   the   power   cord  

2.

  Monitor   displays   black   screen  

‐  Check   the   monitor   power  

‐  Check   the   connection   between   the   monitor   and   DVR  

‐  Check   the   monitor   cable   port  

‐  Check   the   DVR   power  

If   the   screen   displays   in   only   black   and   white,   check   the   camera   type   (NTSC/PAL)   and   then   reboot  

3.

  Some   channels   fail   to   display   video  

‐  Check   the   camera   power  

‐  Check   the   camera   video   input  

‐  Check   the   DVR   input   port  

‐  Check   ON/OFF   on   Activity   under   Screen   Setup  

‐  Check   the   Convert   menu   under   Monitor   Setup  

4.

  Video   is   not   stored  

‐  Use   Disk   Manager   to   check   if   the   HDD   is   mounted  

‐  Check   Record   Setup  

5.

  Cannot   play   video  

‐  Check   Record   Setup  

‐  Check   the   Play   button  

6.

  Video   is   too   bright   or   too   dark  

‐  Check   the   camera   settings  

‐  Detach   a   power   cable   adjacent   to   the   video   cable  

‐  Check   Brightness   and   Contrast   under   Screen   Setup  

7.

  Remote   controller   does   not   work  

‐  Check   the   battery  

‐  Check   remote   controller   IDs  

‐  Check   the   remote   controller   operation   range  

8.

  Front   panel   buttons   do   not   work  

‐  Check   the   DVR   power  

‐  Check   the   Screen   Lock   status  

9.

  Network   does   not   function  

‐  Check   the   network   cable   connection  

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Appendix A) Troubleshooting

‐  Check   the   DVR   IP  

‐  Check   the   PC   IP  

‐  Run   a   ping   test  

‐  If   Web   Viewer   fails   to   show   video   on   a   PC,   check   the   PC's   technical   specifications  

10.

  LCD   shows   black   screen  

‐  Check   the   power   adapter  

‐  If   the   power   adapter   functions   properly,   check   the   Video   Output   signal   on   the   back   of   the   product  

‐  If   the   Video   Output   signal   functions   properly,   check   the   internal   cable   connection  

‐  If   the   problem   persists,   contact   your   vender   for   assistance  

11.

  Contact   Your   Vender   if:  

If   you   are   experiencing   any   of   the   following   issues,   you   must   stop   using   the   product   and   turn   the   power   off   immediately,   then   contact   your   vendor   for   assistance:  

‐  Product   is   behaving   strangely   (ex:   unusual   noises,   smells,   or   smoke   is   coming   from   the   product).

 

‐  The   power   cable   connector   has   been   damaged.

 

‐  Rain   or   other   liquid   has   entered   the   product.

 

‐  You   have   spilled   liquid   into   the   product,   or   foreign   material   has   entered   the   product.

 

‐  The   product   does   not   work   as   specified   in   this   instruction   manual.

 

‐  The   product   has   been   dropped   and   severely   damaged.

 

‐  There   is   a   noticeable   degradation   in   the   performance   of   the   product.

 

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Appendix B) How to Upgrade Firmware

Appendix

 

B)

 

How

 

to

 

Upgrade

 

Firmware

 

To   improve   the   product   performance   in   the   software   aspect,   you   may   upgrade   the   firmware.

 

To   upgrade   the   firmware,   prepare   a   USB   memory   stick   and   follow   the   instructions   below.

   

At   the   System   menu   under   System   Setup,   select   "TEST   MODE,"   and   then   press   ENTER.

The   DVR   reboots   itself,   and   then   enters   the   DVR   DIAGNOSTICS   MENU   automatically,   displaying   the   screen   below.

 

Plug   USB   device   into   the   USB   port,   create   an   "UPGRADE"   folder   in   the   USB   memory   stick,   and   then   copy   and   paste   the   new   firmware   to   the   folder.

  Make   sure   to   name   the   firmware   folder  

"UPGRADE".

  Otherwise,   the   DVR   will   not   download   the   firmware   from   the   memory   stick.

At   the   DVR   DIAGNOSTICS   MENU,   select   USB   UPGRADE.

  The   following   screen   displays   as   the   firmware   is   automatically   upgraded.

   

Once   the   upgrade   is   finished,   the   DVR   automatically   reboots   itself.

  After   a   reboot,   the   DVR   enters   the   DVR   DIAGNOSTICS   MENU   again.

  Select   BOOT   APPLICATION   in   the   DVR   DIAGNOSTICS   MENU.

 

The   DVR   once   again   reboots   itself,   and   then   enters   the   normal   monitoring   screen;   this   indicates   the   firmware   upgrade   is   successfully   finished.

   

Others:   The   product   does   not   support   the   firmware   upgrade   over   the   network   because   it   carries   risks   of   causing   critical   errors   to   the   product,   in   case   it   is   disconnected   from   the   network,   due   to   things   such   as   connection   errors,   while   upgrading.

 

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Appendix C) How to Resolve Time Difference Errors

Appendix

 

C)

 

How

 

to

 

Resolve

 

Time

 

Difference

 

Errors

 

When   the   DVR   time   is   changed   or   a   time   difference   occurs,   the   following   message   may   appear.

  It   appears   if   the   time   of   the   DVR   is   set   to   older   than   the   recorded   time   of   videos   in   the   HDD.

  To   resolve   this   error,   set   up   the   DVR   time   correctly.

 

When   the   message   appears,   unplug   the   power   cable.

  While   holding   down   the   ESC   button,   turn   on   the   DVR   by   plugging   the   power   cable   back.

  (Hold   down   ESC   until   the   screen   displays.)   A   window   will   appear   asking   if   you   want   to   enter   the   Test   Mode.

   

Select   "Yes"   to   enter   the   Test   Mode.

  If   a   password   is   set   up,   the   Password   Input   window   appears;   then   enter   the   correct   password.

 

Move   the   cursor   over   RTC   Configuration,   and   then   press   ENT.

  The   following   screen   appears.

 

Select   YEAR,   MONTH,   DATE,   HOUR,   MIN,   and   SEC   in   the   screen   above,   and   then   press   ENT.

 

Make   sure   to   set   up   the   time   correctly.

  If   the   new   time   overlaps   with   a   recorded   time   of   video   in  

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Appendix D) Factory Default Values

 

  the   HDD,   overlapped   data   may   be   deleted.

  Be   cautious   when   setting   up   the   date   and   time.

 

Once   the   time   is   set   up,   move   the   cursor   over   BOOT   APPLICATION,   and   then   press   ENT.

  The   DVR   reboots   and   enters   normal   monitoring   mode.

 

Caution

ƒ

ƒ

ƒ

When   upgrading   the   firmware,   the   DVR   may   not   be   able   to   detect   a   USB   stick   depending   on   the   manufacturer.

  If   that   happens,   please   use   one   of   the   recommended   USB   devices   as   listed   below.

San   Disk,   Pretec,   LG,   Innotech   C&C,   or   Transcend.

 

Modes   "TEST   MODE,"   "FACTORY   DEFAULT,"   and   "MAC   CONFIGURATION"   other   than   those   described   above   are   reserved   exclusively   for   the   manufacturers   use;   do   not   operate   them.

 

Appendix

 

D)

 

Factory

 

Default

 

Values

 

The   SVR ‐ 470   is   released   from   the   factory   with   default   setting   values   as   listed   below.

If   you   wish   to   reset   the   product   to   the   factory   release   mode   while   using   the   product,   select  

[

Yes

]

  at   the  

[

System   Setup

]

>

[

Miscellaneous

] > [

Default

]

.

Upon   resetting   the   product,   the   settings   are   changed   back   to   the   default   values

.

[Note]   The   following   settings   do   not   change   even   if   the   DVR   is   reset   to   the   factory   default   values.

 

Network   Menu:   Network,   Client   Access,   E ‐ Mail  

System   Setup   Menu:   "NTP"   value   for   "System   Time"   under   the   "Time"   menu  

Except   for   the   settings   listed   above,   all   settings   values   are   reset   to   the   factory   default.

 

„

Screen   Setup

Main   Menu   Sub   Menu   Default   Value/State  

Channel   1~4  

Title  

Brightness  

Contrast  

CH1   ~   4    

40  

50  

Auto  

Sequencing  

Sequencing   Intervals  

V ‐ LOSS   Skip  

Screen   Display  

Display   All  

Clock  

HDD   Free   Space  

Record   Mode  

Channel   Title  

Event  

Menu   Contrast  

1   sec  

Off  

On  

On  

On  

On  

On  

On  

100%  

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„

Record   Setup

Main   Menu  

General   Setup  

Detail   Setup  

Sub   Menu  

Resolution  

Repeat   Record  

HDD   Warning   Message  

HDD   Warning   Beep  

Channel  

Record   Mode  

Schedule  

Image   Quality  

Frame   Rate  

Pre   Event   Duration  

Post   Event   Duration  

Audio  

 

„

Event   Setup

Main   Menu  

Event  

Motion  

TEXT  

Relays  

Sub   Menu  

Event   Beep  

Event   Screen   Mode  

Event   Duration  

Text  

Sensor  

Sensor   Type  

 

Channel  

Motion   Zone  

Motion   Sensitivity  

Sync   Channel  

Device  

Check   Protocol  

HEADER1  

HEADER2  

DELIMITER  

Lines  

(CH1,CH2,CH3,CH4) ‐ SVR470  

„

Network

Main   Menu   Sub   Menu  

Network  

Client   Access  

Network   Type  

IP   Address  

Subnet   Mask  

Gateway  

DNS  

DDNS  

Port  

Client   Access  

Bandwidth   Saving  

Serial  

Type  

System   ID  

Baud   Rate  

Data   Bit  

Parity   Bit  

Stop   Bit  

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Appendix D) Factory Default Values

Default   Value/State  

352x240  

On  

1%  

Off  

Channel   1  

Continuous  

>>  

High  

15f/s  

3   sec  

5   sec  

Off  

Default   Value/State  

Off  

Off  

5   sec.

 

Off  

Channel   1  

N/O  

Channel   1  

Full  

7  

Channel   1  

Normal  

Off  

>>  

>>  

>>  

1  

MD,   TEXT,   V ‐ LOSS,   HDD   Error  

Default   Value/State  

LAN  

0.0.0.0

 

0.0.0.0

 

0.0.0.0

 

0.0.0.0

 

Off  

3495  

On  

Off  

RS ‐ 232  

0  

9600  

8  

None  

1  

 

Main   Menu   Sub   Menu  

E ‐ Mail  

E ‐ Mail  

Mail   Address  

Mail   Server   IP  

Authentication  

ID  

PW  

Return   Mail   Address  

 

„

System   Setup

Main   Menu  

System  

Language  

Key   Buzzer  

Default  

Remote   Setup  

Remote   Controller   ID  

Description  

Test   Mode  

LCD  

Sub   Menu  

HDD  

HDD   Format  

HDD   Description  

Password  

User   Authentication  

User   Password  

Event   Beep  

Clock  

PTZ  

Clock  

Date   Format  

 

Channel  

Camera   ID  

Camera   Model  

Appendix D) Factory Default Values

Default   Value/State  

Off  

Settings  

Settings  

Settings  

>>  

>>  

>>  

Default   Value/State  

English  

Off  

>>  

On  

0  

  Display  

>>  

10   minutes  

Apply  

Display  

>>  

>>  

Off  

>>  

YY/MM/DD  

Channel   1  

0  

NONE  

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Appendix E) Compatible PTZ Camera Models

Appendix

 

E)

 

Compatible

 

PTZ

 

Camera

 

Models

 

Company  

SAMSUNG   TECHWIN  

PELCO  

DONGYANG  

VICON  

CANON  

ELMO  

PANASONIC  

CNB  

SONY  

Samsung   Electronics  

HONEYWELL  

AD  

WON   WOO  

DYNACOLOR  

COSTAR  

KALATEL  

SENSORMATIC  

WOOJU  

KOCOM  

VIDO  

LG  

NIKO  

NEWBORN  

SUNGJIN  

ERNA  

ETC  

 

Samsung   SPD  

Samsung   SRX ‐ 100B  

PELCO(P),   PELCO(D),   CM6700  

Model  

DSC ‐ 230S/230M/240,   DCP ‐ 100,   DRX ‐ 500/502A,   DY ‐ 255  

VPS1300,   V2311RB3,   422R  

Canon   VC ‐ C4  

PTC ‐ 200  

WV ‐ CS850  

PTZ102N  

EVI ‐ D30,   VC ‐ C50I  

MRX ‐ 1000,   MPT230,   SCC641  

HRX ‐ 700  

AD   Speed   Dome  

WON   WOO  

DSCP  

COSTAR   2500  

KTD ‐ 312  

SENSORMATIC   PTZ  

DRX ‐ 502A  

KCC ‐ PT400  

VIDO   B ‐ 01  

LPT ‐ A100L  

NK ‐ 97  

NEWBORN   DOME  

SJ ‐ 100  

ERNA  

TSC,   PIH ‐ 302,   DS ‐ 120  

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Appendix F) Recommended HDD Models

Appendix

 

F)

 

Recommended

 

HDD

 

Models

 

Company   Model   Size   RPM   BUFFER

Reconi ‐ tion  

Seagate  

ST310003405V  

(Surveillance)  

ST3250410AS  

(Barracuda)  

ST3250310SV  

(Surveillance)  

ST3160815AS  

(Barracuda)  

1TB   7200RPM

500GB 7200RPM

250GB 7200RPM

160GB 7200RPM

16MB  

8MB  

16MB  

8MB  

OK  

OK  

OK  

OK  

Record   Playback

OK  

OK  

OK  

OK  

OK  

OK  

OK  

OK  

HDS721010KLA330   1TB   7200RPM 32MB   OK   OK   OK  

HITACHI  

HDP725050GLA360   500GB 7200RPM 16MB   OK   OK   OK  

Western  

Digital  

WD5000AVVS  

WD2500AVJS  

500GB 7200RPM

250GB 7200RPM

16MB  

8MB  

OK  

OK  

OK  

OK  

OK  

OK  

WD3200AVVS ‐ 63L2B0   320GB 7200RPM 8MB   OK   OK   OK  

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Appendix G) Product Specifications

Appendix

 

G)

 

Product

 

Specifications

 

Category

Display  

Video  

Live  

Inputs    

Resolution  

Frame   rate  

Resolution  

Multi   Screen   display  

SVR-470

4   composite   video   0.5

2   Vpp,   75   ohm   automatic   termination  

704x480   NTSC,   704x576   PAL  

120fps   NTSC,   100fps   PAL  

704x480   NTSC,   704x576   PAL  

1/4  

Performance  

Recording  

Search   &   Playback  

Network  

Storage  

Security  

Compression

Record

Record  

 

   

Rate/NTSC

Rate/PAL  

Mode  

Overwrite   modes    

Pre ‐ alarm  

Post ‐ Alarm  

Search   mode    

Frame   rate  

 

H.264

 

Up   to   30fps   @   704x480  

Up   to   120fps   @   352x240  

Up   to   25fps   @   704x576  

Up   to   100fps   @   352x288  

Manual,   Schedule,   Event  

Continuous  

Up   to   3   sec.

 

Up   to   20   sec.

 

Date/time,   Event(Motion,   Sensor,   Text)  

120fps   CIF   NTSC,   100fps   CIF   PAL  

Playback   function    

Transmission   speed    

Bandwidth   control    

Multi   Stream  

REW,   FWD,   Frame   advance   (control   keys)  

Up   to   16Mbps  

N/A  

N/A  

Remote   Users   Maximum   2   simultaneously  

Protocol   support   TCP/IP,   DHCP,   SMTP,   DNS,   DDNS   and   PPPoE  

Monitoring  

Maximum   Capacity  

CMS

Up  

  to

Software(SVM

  1TB  

‐ S1),   Built ‐ in   web   server  

Internal   HDD    

External   HDD  

DVD   Writer   (Back ‐ up)  

Up   to   1   SATA   HDD  

N/A  

N/A  

USB   (Back ‐ up)  

File   Format     (Back ‐ up)  

Password   Protection  

Data   Authentication  

1   External   USB   Port  

AVI,   JPEG,   Proprietary   format  

4   User   Level  

N/A  

Interface  

Monitors  

Audio  

LCD  

VGA    

Main   Composite  

Spot   Composite  

Loop   Outputs    

Inputs    

Output    

Compression    

Sampling   rate    

8.89cm

  (3.5"),   QVGA(320x240)  

Analog   RGB   800x600   resolution  

1BNC,   1   Vp ‐ p,   75   ohm,   Multi ‐ screen,   Menu,   Playback  

N/A  

N/A  

4   line   in,   30k   ohm  

1   line,   100k   ohm  

PCM  

16KHz  

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Appendix G) Product Specifications

Alarm  

Connections  

Inputs    

Outputs    

Remote   notification    

Ethernet    

Serial   interface    

PTZ   control   interface    

PTZ   Keyboard    

USB     eSATA  

Application   Support  

Terminal   4   inputs,   NO/NC  

Terminal   1   outputs  

Notification   via   e ‐ mail  

RJ45   10/100   Base ‐ T  

RS232C  

RS485  

RS485,   Max.

  signal   voltage   +/ ‐ 12V  

1   USB   2.0

  port  

N/A  

ATM/POS,   Remote   Controller  

Communication  

Protocols  

General  

Supported   PTZ   cameras   Samsung   Techwin,   Pelco   D,   Pelco   P,   Panasonic,   Bosch,   SEC,   AD  

Electrical  

Environmental  

Mechanical  

Input   Voltage   12V   DC   Adapter  

Power   consumption     Max.

  23   W   (with   1x   HDD)  

Operating   Temperature     +5

°

C   to   +40

°

C   (+32

°

F   to   +104

°

F)  

Humidity

Weight

Rack  

Language  

 

 

Dimensions

(1x   mount

 

 

(W kit

  hard x

   

 

  H   x   D) disks)  

 

0%RH   to   60%RH  

430   x   88.8

  x   362   mm   (16.93

  x   3.5

  x   14.25

)  

Approx.

  7.65kg

  (16.87

  Ib)  

For   mounting   one   unit   in   an   EIA   19 ‐ inch   rack  

English,   Spanish,   French,   German,   Italian,   Polish,   Portuguese,  

Russian,   Turkish,   Japanese,   Czech,   Serbian,   Swedish,   Rumanian,  

Danish,   Korean    

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Appendix

 

H)

 

Product

 

Schematics

 

Appendix H) Product Schematics

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Appendix H) Product Schematics

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