Vonnic | VVRHHD1002D | User guide | Vonnic VVRHHD1002D User guide

Ver. 1.1.2
H.264 Video Compression
Digital Video Recorder
User Guide
About This User Guide
Before operating the unit, please read this user guide thoroughly and retain it for future
reference.
Warning
Cautions
1. Read User Guide – After unpacking this product, please read the user guide carefully, and
follow all the operating and other instructions.
2. Power Sources – This product should be operated only from the type of power source indicated
on the label. If not sure of the type of power supply, consult with the product dealer.
3. Ventilation – Slots and openings on the unit are for ventilation and to ensure reliable operating
of the product and to protect it from overheating, and these openings must not be blocked or
covered. The product is recommended to be placed in a well ventilated area.
4. Heat – The product should be placed away from heat sources such as radiators, stoves, and
other products that produce heat.
5. Water and Moisture – Do not use this product near water. Do not exceed the humidity
specifications for the product as detailed in the user guide.
6. Cleaning – Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners
or aerosol cleaners. Use only compressed air to clean the product.
7. Power Cord Protection – Power-supply cords should not be routed so that they are likely to be
walked on or pinched by items placed against them.
8. Overloading – DO not overload wall outlets; extension cords, or uninterruptible power supply.
9. Lighting – For added protection for this product during a storm, or when it is left unattended
and unused for long periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet. This will prevent damage to
the product due to lighting and power line surges.
10. Object and Liquid – Never insert foreign objects into the DVR, as it may touch dangerous
voltage points or short-out parts that could result in a fire or electrical shock. Never spill liquid
of any kind on the product.
11. Accessories – Do not place this product on an unstable cart; stand, tripod, bracket, or table. The
product may fall, causing serious personal injury and serious damage to the product.
12. Disc Tray – Keep fingers well clear of the disc tray as it is closing. Neglecting to do so may
cause serious personal injury and serious damage to the product.
13. Burden – No not place any heavy objects on the product.
14. Disc – Do not use a cracked, deformed, or repaired disc. These discs can be easily broken and
may cause serious personal injury and cause product malfunction.
15. Replaceable Batteries – CAUTION: Risk of Explosion if the battery is replaced by an
incorrect type. Dispose used batteries according to the instructions.
16. Servicing – Do not attempt to service this product. Opening or removing covers may expose the
user to dangerous voltage or other hazards. Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire electric
shock or other hazards. Serving should be performed only by a qualified and experienced
personnel.
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Notes
Handling

Please retain the original shipping carton and/or packing materials supplied with this
product. To ensure the integrity of this product when shipping or moving, repackage the
unit as it was originally received. Do not use liquids, such as aerosol spray, near this
product. Do not leave rubber or plastic objects in contact with this product for long
periods of time. The product may become warm after long periods of use.
Locating

Place the unit on a level surface. Do not place the unit on a shaky or unstable surface
such as a wobbling table or an inclined stand. If the unit is placed next to a TV, radio, or
VCR, the playback picture may become poor and the sound may be distorted. If this
happens, place the unit away from the TV, radio, or VCR.
Maintenance

This DVR is designed to last for long periods of time. To keep the DVR always
operational, we recommend regular inspection maintenance (Cleaning or replacement).
For details, contact the nearest dealer.
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Contents
1. Product Components.............................................................................................................................. 8
2. Features .................................................................................................................................................. 9
3. Specifications........................................................................................................................................ 10
3-1. VVR4004SEFD, VVR4008SE, VVR4016SE ....................................................................................... 10
3-2. VVR4004HMFD, VVR4008HM, VVR4016HM................................................................................. 11
3-3. VVR4008HFD, VVR4016HFD .......................................................................................................... 13
3-4. VVR4016HSFD ............................................................................................................................... 14
3-5. VVRHD0405M, VVRHD0805M, VVRHD1620M.............................................................................. 16
3-6. VVRHHD1002D .............................................................................................................................. 18
4. Front Panel Controls ............................................................................................................................. 20
4-1. VVR4004SEFD, VVR4008SE, VVR4016SE ....................................................................................... 20
4-2. VVR4004HMFD, VVR4008HM, VVR4016HM, VVR4008HFD, VVR4016HFD .................................. 20
4-3. VVR4016HSFD, VVRHD1620M, VVRHHD1002D ............................................................................ 21
5. Rear Panel Connectors ......................................................................................................................... 22
5-1. VVR4004SEFD, VVR4008SE, VVR4016SE ....................................................................................... 22
5-2. VVR4004HMFD, VVR4008HM, VVR4016HM, VVR4008HFD, VVR4016HFD .................................. 23
5-3. VVR4016HSFD ............................................................................................................................... 23
5-4. VVRHD0405M, VVRHD0805M, VVRHD1620M.............................................................................. 24
6. Remote Control .................................................................................................................................... 26
7. Connection Guide ................................................................................................................................. 27
7-1. Connecting the Monitor ................................................................................................................ 27
7-2. Video Inputs .................................................................................................................................. 27
7-3. Connecting to a Network .............................................................................................................. 27
7-4. Connecting Audio .......................................................................................................................... 27
7-5. Connecting a PTZ Camera ............................................................................................................. 27
7-6. Turning on the DVR ....................................................................................................................... 27
7-7. Using the Power Button ................................................................................................................ 27
7-8. Setting the Remote Controller ID .................................................................................................. 28
7-9. First Time Booting ......................................................................................................................... 28
7-10. Basic Mouse Functions ................................................................................................................ 28
8. SETUP MENU ........................................................................................................................................ 29
8-1. DISPLAY Setup ............................................................................................................................... 30
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8-2. RECORD Setup ............................................................................................................................... 31
8-3. DEVICE Setup ................................................................................................................................. 33
8-5. STORAGE Setup ............................................................................................................................. 35
8-6. SYSTEM Setup................................................................................................................................ 38
8-7. SECURITY Setup ............................................................................................................................. 41
8-8. NETWORK Setup............................................................................................................................ 43
8-9. CONFIG Setup ................................................................................................................................ 45
9. OPERATION........................................................................................................................................... 47
9-1. Live Display Mode ......................................................................................................................... 47
9-2. Icons .............................................................................................................................................. 47
9-3. Search ............................................................................................................................................ 48
9-4. Playback ........................................................................................................................................ 52
9-5.Backup ............................................................................................................................................ 53
9-6.Backup data playback..................................................................................................................... 54
9-6-1. AVI Format – Media Player .................................................................................................... 54
9-6-2. NSF Format - HD Player ......................................................................................................... 55
9-7.PTZ Control ..................................................................................................................................... 56
10. Remote Setup ..................................................................................................................................... 57
10-1. DISPLAY ....................................................................................................................................... 58
10-2. RECORD ....................................................................................................................................... 58
10-3. DEVICE ......................................................................................................................................... 59
10-4. STORAGE ..................................................................................................................................... 60
10-5. SYSTEM ........................................................................................................................................ 61
10-6. NETWORK .................................................................................................................................... 62
10-7. REMOTE UPGRADE ...................................................................................................................... 63
10-8. INFORMATION............................................................................................................................. 63
11. DDNS Registration .............................................................................................................................. 64
12. NETWORK VIEWER ............................................................................................................................. 66
12-1. PC System Requirement .............................................................................................................. 66
12-2. Installation................................................................................................................................... 66
12-3. Live Mode .................................................................................................................................... 67
12-4. Search Mode ............................................................................................................................... 69
12-5. Operation .................................................................................................................................... 70
12-5-1. Digital Zoom ......................................................................................................................... 70
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12-5-2. Full Screen Display ............................................................................................................... 70
12-5-3. Playback Buttons.................................................................................................................. 71
12-5-4. Timeline Bar ......................................................................................................................... 71
12-5-5. Backup.................................................................................................................................. 72
12-6. Local Setup .................................................................................................................................. 73
12-6-1. General................................................................................................................................. 73
12-6-2.Site ........................................................................................................................................ 74
12-6-3. Event .................................................................................................................................... 76
12-6-4. Event Search ........................................................................................................................ 77
12-6-5. Record .................................................................................................................................. 77
12-6-6. Disk ....................................................................................................................................... 78
12-6-7.Display ................................................................................................................................... 79
13. CMS..................................................................................................................................................... 80
13-1. PC System Requirement .............................................................................................................. 80
13-2. Installation................................................................................................................................... 80
13-2. Live Mode .................................................................................................................................... 81
13-3. Operations................................................................................................................................... 82
13-3-1. Group Management............................................................................................................. 82
13-3-2. Connection ........................................................................................................................... 83
13-3-3. Playback ............................................................................................................................... 84
13-3-4. Setup .................................................................................................................................... 85
14. Web Client .......................................................................................................................................... 86
14-1. PC System Requirement .............................................................................................................. 86
14-2. Installation.................................................................................................................................. 86
14-3. Live Mode .................................................................................................................................... 87
14-4. Search Mode ............................................................................................................................... 89
14-5. Operations................................................................................................................................... 91
14-5-1. Digital Zoom ......................................................................................................................... 91
14-5-2. Playback Buttons.................................................................................................................. 91
14-5-3. Web Client Backup ............................................................................................................... 92
15. Smartphone Viewer App .................................................................................................................... 92
15-1. Viewer for iPhone ....................................................................................................................... 92
15-1-1. Live ....................................................................................................................................... 93
15-1-2.PTZ Control............................................................................................................................ 93
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15-1-3. Playback ............................................................................................................................... 94
15-2. Viewer for Android Phone........................................................................................................... 95
15-2-1. Live/Playback ....................................................................................................................... 95
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1. Product Components
Please make sure the following components are included as specified below.
DVR Set
Client Software CD, User Guide
Remote Control , Battery1.5V
Mouse
HDD Mounting Bracket & Screw*
SATA Cable, SATA Power Cable
HDD & DVD-RW Mounting Screw
HDD & DVD-RW Mounting Bracket
Power Cable & Power Adapter
Power Cable (110V or 220V) (1 EA)*
(1 EA)
*For VVR4016HSFD, VVRHD1620M, and VVRHHD1002D only
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2. Features
•
H.264 video compression
•
QUADPLEX: Simultaneous live or playback while recording, network transfer, and
backup
•
USB 2.0 port for backup, firmware upgrade, configuration export/import, or USB
mouse
•
Individual channel operation such as FPS, quality, recording mode, & detection zone
•
Various network access: Network client SW, web-viewer, smart phone APP, and CMS
•
Remote setup and remote upgrade
•
Remote access via PC, MAC®, or smart phones
•
Recording by schedule, continuous, alarm, motion, or continuous
•
Free DDNS server
•
Bandwidth control
•
E-mail event notification
•
NTP (Network Time Protocol)
•
Watermark
•
Synchronized audio
•
Bi-directional audio
•
Time stamp over backup data
•
Easy and various data backup via DVD, USB flash drive, USB external HDD, and network
•
HDD S.M.A.R.T status check and alert via e-mail or internal beep
•
USB mouse, IR remote control
•
Multi OSD languages
•
Made in Korea
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3. Specifications
Please note that specifications and unit exterior design are subject to change without notification
3-1. VVR4004SEFD, VVR4008SE, VVR4016SE
Model
VVR4004SEFD
VVR4008SE
VVR4016SE
Recording Performance
D1 * 120FPS
CIF * 240FPS
CIF * 480FPS
4 channels
8 channels
16 channels
Channel
Input
Input Level
Composite, 1.0Vp-p, 75ohm
VGA
1 VGA (Max. 1280x1024)
HDMI
-
HD-SDI
-
LOOP
-
BNC
1 (Switchable to SPOT)
Video
Output
SPOT
Input & Output
1 Line input & 1 Line output
Audio Codec
G.711 (ADPCM)
Sensor Input
-
Alarm Output
-
Compression
H.264
Multi-operation
QUADPLEX (Playback/Record/Network/Backup)
Audio
Alarm
D1
120fps
-
120fps
Half D1
120fps
-
240fps
CIF
120fps
240fps
480fps
1280X720
-
-
-
1920X1080
-
-
-
Analog
Resolution
Record
HD
Resolution
Recording quality grade
5 Grades
Recording Mode
Continuous/Schedule/Motion/Sensor/Manual
Motion Detection
Motion detection setup by Grid
Recording by channel’s
Resolution
Yes
Display
Pre Recording
Up to 10 sec
Min. 15 seconds and Max. 20 minutes
Post Recording
Up to 30 sec
Min. 10 seconds and Max. 60 seconds
Frame Rate
Playback
Real time
Multi-Decoding
1, 4
1, 4, 8
1, 4, 8, 16
Playback Speed
x1/4 ~ x16
x1/4 ~ x16
x1/4 ~ x8
Search Mode
HDD
Storage
Timeline, Event, Archive, Log
Interface Type
Serial ATA I
Capacity of 1 HDD
2TB
Internal HDD Number
1EA
ESATA
Backup
-
USB Flash drive
Video & Still Image
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USB External HDD
Video & Still Image
Network
Video & Still Image
USB Port
2 (Front 1, Rear 1)
Menu Display
GUI
Input Method
Mouse, Remote control
PTZ control
-
Termination
-
Console (RS-232C)
-
Dynamic DNS
Yes
Network Interface
10/100 base-TX Ethernet (RJ-45)
User I/F
Serial
Network
Network Streaming
Network
Access
CIF @ 60fps
CIF @ 120fps
Web viewer (1:1)
Live, Search, Backup, PTZF, Remote Setup, Remote Upgrade,
Two Way Audio
3G Mobile Viewer (1:1)
Live, Search, PTZF, Two Way Audio
MAC viewer (1:1)
Live, Search, PTZF, Remote Setup, Remote Upgrade
Multi-sites Monitoring SW (1:n)
Live, Search, Backup, PTZF, Remote Setup, Remote Upgrade,
Two Way Audio
DLS (Day Light Saving)
Yes
Internal Beep
By Alarm, Motion, Video Loss, HDD error
S/W Upgrade
USB Flash drive, Remote Network
NTP
Yes
Features
Power
Power Supply Voltage
DC 12V 2.5A
DC 12V 5A
Allowable operation temperature
5°C - 40°C
Allowable operation humidity
0 - 90 %
Weight
Unit Weight (Gross weight)
2.8 Lbs (4.4 Lbs)
3 Lbs (4.6 Lbs)
3.4 Lbs (6.6 Lbs)
Dimension
Unit Dimension (W x H x D)
10.6" x 7.5" x 1.8"
10.6" x 7.5" x 1.8"
13.3" x 10.2" x 2.5"
3-2. VVR4004HMFD, VVR4008HM, VVR4016HM
Model
VVR4004HMFD
VVR4008HM
VVR4016HM
Recording Performance
D1 * 120FPS
Half D1 * 240FPS
CIF * 480FPS
4 channels
8 channels
16 channels
Input
Channel
Input Level
Composite, 1.0Vp-p, 75ohm
VGA
1 VGA (Max. 1080p)
HDMI
1 HDMI (Max. 1080p)
HD-SDI
-
LOOP
-
BNC
1 channel
SPOT
1 channel
Video
Output
Input & Output
4 Line input & 1 Line output
Audio Codec
G.711 (ADPCM)
Audio
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Alarm
Sensor Input
4ch (NC/NO Selectable)
Alarm Output
1 Alarm out
Compression
H.264
Multi-operation
QUADPLEX (Playback/Record/Network/Backup)
D1
120fps
120fps
120fps
Half D1
120fps
240fps
240fps
CIF
120fps
240fps
480fps
1280X720
-
-
-
1920X1080
-
-
-
Analog
Resolution
Record
HD
Resolution
Recording quality grade
5 Grades
Recording Mode
Continuous/Schedule/Motion/Sensor/Manual
Motion Detection
Motion detection setup by Grid
Recording by channel’s
Resolution
Yes
Pre Recording
Min. 15 seconds and Max. 20 minutes
Post Recording
Min. 10 seconds and Max. 60 seconds
Frame Rate
Real time
Display
Playback
Multi-Decoding
1, 4
1, 4, 8
1, 4, 8, 16
Playback Speed
x1/4 ~ x32
x1/4 ~ x16
x1/4 ~ x8
Search Mode
HDD
Timeline, Event, Archive, Log
Interface Type
Serial ATA I
Capacity of 1 HDD
2TB
Internal HDD Number
1EA (2EA without DVD-RW)
ESATA
Storage
Backup
User I/F
Serial
Network
USB Flash drive
Video & Still Image
USB External HDD
Video & Still Image
Network
Video & Still Image
USB Port
2 (Front 1, Rear 1)
Menu Display
GUI
Input Method
Mouse, Front Buttons, Remote control, Key Board
PTZ control
1 RS-485
Termination
-
Console (RS-232C)
1 (for Development use only, Reserved for POS)
Dynamic DNS
Yes
Network Interface
10/100 base-TX Ethernet (RJ-45)
Network Streaming
Network
Access
1
CIF @ 60fps
CIF @ 120fps
CIF @ 240fps
Web viewer (1:1)
Live, Search, Backup, PTZF, Remote Setup, Remote Upgrade,
Two Way Audio
3G Mobile Viewer (1:1)
Live, Search, PTZF, Two Way Audio
MAC viewer (1:1)
Live, Search, Backup, PTZF, Remote Setup, Remote Upgrade
Multi-sites Monitoring SW (1:n)
Live, Search, Backup, PTZF, Remote Setup, Remote Upgrade,
Two Way Audio
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DLS (Day Light Saving)
Yes
Internal Beep
By Alarm, Motion, Video Loss, HDD error
S/W Upgrade
USB Flash drive, Remote Network
NTP
Yes
Power Supply Voltage
DC 12V 5A
Features
Power
Allowable operation temperature
5°C - 40°C
Allowable operation humidity
0 - 90 %
Weight
Unit Weight (Gross weight)
3 Lbs (4.6 Lbs)
Dimension
Unit Dimension (W x H x D)
14.96" x 13.38" x 2.83"
3-3. VVR4008HFD, VVR4016HFD
Model
VVR4008HFD
VVR4016HFD
Recording Performance
D1 * 240FPS
D1 * 480FPS
8 channels
16 channels
Channel
Input
Video
Input Level
Composite, 1.0Vp-p, 75ohm
VGA
1 VGA (Max. 1080p)
HDMI
1 HDMI (Max. 1080p)
HD-SDI
-
LOOP
-
BNC
1 channel
SPOT
1 channel
Output
Audio
Alarm
Input & Output
4 Line input & 1 Line output
Audio Codec
G.711 (ADPCM)
Sensor Input
4ch (NC/NO Selectable)
Alarm Output
1 Alarm out
Compression
H.264
Multi-operation
QUADPLEX (Playback/Record/Network/Backup)
Analog
Resolution
Record
HD
Resolution
D1
240fps
480fps
Half D1
240fps
480fps
CIF
240fps
480fps
1280X720
-
-
1920X1080
-
-
Recording quality grade
5 Grades
Recording Mode
Continuous/Schedule/Motion/Sensor/Manual
Motion Detection
Motion detection setup by Grid
Recording by channel’s
Resolution
Yes
Pre Recording
Min. 15 seconds and Max. 20 minutes
Post Recording
Min. 10 seconds and Max. 60 seconds
Display
Frame Rate
Real time
Playback
Multi-Decoding
1, 4, 8
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1, 4, 8, 16
HDD
Playback Speed
x1/4 ~ x64
Search Mode
Timeline, Event, Archive, Log
Interface Type
Serial ATA I
Capacity of 1 HDD
3TB
Internal HDD Number
2EA (3EA without DVD-RW)
ESATA
Storage
Backup
USB Flash drive
Video & Still Image
USB External HDD
Video & Still Image
Network
Video & Still Image
USB Port
2 (Front 1, Rear 1)
Menu Display
GUI
Input Method
Mouse, Front Buttons, Remote control, Key Board
PTZ control
1 RS-485
Termination
-
Console (RS-232C)
1 (for Development use only, Reserved for POS)
Dynamic DNS
Yes
Network Interface
10/100/1000 base-TX Ethernet (RJ-45)
User I/F
Serial
Network
Network Streaming
Network
Access
1
D1/CIF @ 240fps
D1/CIF @ 480fps
Web viewer (1:1)
Live, Search, Backup, PTZF, Remote Setup, Remote Upgrade,
Two Way Audio
3G Mobile Viewer (1:1)
Live, Search, PTZF, Two Way Audio
MAC viewer (1:1)
Live, Search, Backup, PTZF, Remote Setup, Remote Upgrade
Multi-sites Monitoring SW (1:n)
Live, Search, Backup, PTZF, Remote Setup, Remote Upgrade,
Two Way Audio
DLS (Day Light Saving)
Yes
Internal Beep
By Alarm, Motion, Video Loss, HDD error
S/W Upgrade
USB Flash drive, Remote Network
NTP
Yes
Power Supply Voltage
DC 12V 5A
Features
Power
Allowable operation temperature
5°C - 40°C
Allowable operation humidity
0 - 90 %
Weight
Unit Weight (Gross weight)
9 Lbs (13.6 Lbs)
Dimension
Unit Dimension (W x H x D)
14.96" x 13.38" x 2.83"
3-4. VVR4016HSFD
Model
VVR4016HSFD
Recording Performance
D1 * 480FPS
Input
Video
Output
Channel
16 channels
Input Level
Composite, 1.0Vp-p, 75ohm
VGA
1 VGA (Max. 1080p)
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Audio
HDMI
1 HDMI (Max. 1080p)
HD-SDI
-
LOOP
16 channels
BNC
1 channel
SPOT
4 channel
Input & Output
16 Line input & 1 Line output
Audio Codec
G.711 (ADPCM)
Sensor Input
16ch (NC/NO Selectable)
Alarm Output
4 Alarm out
Compression
H.264
Multi-operation
QUADPLEX (Playback/Record/Network/Backup)
Alarm
D1
480fps
Half D1
480fps
CIF
480fps
1280X720
-
1920X1080
-
Analog
Resolution
Record
HD
Resolution
Recording quality grade
5 Grades
Recording Mode
Continuous/Schedule/Motion/Sensor/Manual
Motion Detection
Motion detection setup by Grid
Recording by channel’s
Resolution
Yes
Pre Recording
Min. 15 seconds and Max. 20 minutes
Post Recording
Min. 10 seconds and Max. 60 seconds
Frame Rate
Real time
Multi-Decoding
1, 4, 8, 16
Playback Speed
x1/4 ~ x32
Search Mode
Timeline, Event, Archive, Log
Display
Playback
HDD
Interface Type
Serial ATA I
Capacity of 1 HDD
2TB
Internal HDD Number
2EA (4EA without DVD-RW)
ESATA
1
Storage
Backup
User I/F
Serial
Network
USB Flash drive
Video & Still Image
USB External HDD
Video & Still Image
Network
Video & Still Image
USB Port
2 (Front 1, Rear 1)
Menu Display
GUI
Input Method
Mouse, Front Buttons, Remote control, Key Board
PTZ control
2 RS-485
Termination
2
Console (RS-232C)
1 (for Development use only, Reserved for POS)
Dynamic DNS
Yes
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Network
Access
Network Interface
10/100/1000 base-TX Ethernet (RJ-45)
Network Streaming
CIF/D1 @ 480fps
Web viewer (1:1)
Live, Search, Backup, PTZF, Remote Setup, Remote Upgrade,
Two Way Audio
3G Mobile Viewer (1:1)
Live, Search, PTZF, Two Way Audio
MAC viewer (1:1)
Live, Search, Backup, PTZF, Remote Setup, Remote Upgrade
Multi-sites Monitoring SW (1:n)
Live, Search, Backup, PTZF, Remote Setup, Remote Upgrade,
Two Way Audio
DLS (Day Light Saving)
Yes
Internal Beep
By Alarm, Motion, Video Loss, HDD error
S/W Upgrade
USB Flash drive, Remote Network
NTP
Yes
Power Supply Voltage
AC 100~120V/200~240V, 50/60Hz, 280W
Features
Power
Allowable operation temperature
5°C - 40°C
Allowable operation humidity
0 - 90 %
Weight
Unit Weight (Gross weight)
15.0 Lbs (19.8 Lbs)
Dimension
Unit Dimension (W x H x D)
17.00" x 16.92" x 3.86"
3-5. VVRHD0405M, VVRHD0805M, VVRHD1620M
Model
VVRHD0405M
VVRHD0805M
VVRHD1620M
Recording Performance
720p * 48FPS /
1080P * 20FPS
720p * 120FPS /
1080P * 40FPS
720p * 192FPS /
1080P * 80FPS
4 channels
8 channels
16 channels
Channel
Input
Video
Input Level
HDcctv/HD-SDI
VGA
1 VGA (Max. 1080p)
HDMI
1 HDMI (Max. 1080p)
HD-SDI
-
-
1 channel
Output
LOOP
BNC
SPOT
Input & Output
Audio
4 Line input & 1
Line output
Audio Codec
Alarm
Record
8 Line input & 1
Line output
16 Line input & 1 Line
output
G.711 (ADPCM)
Sensor Input
4ch (NC/NO
Selectable)
8ch (NC/NO
Selectable)
16ch (NC/NO
Selectable)
Alarm Output
1 Alarm out
2 Alarm out
4 Alarm out
Compression
H.264
Multi-operation
QUADPLEX (Playback/Record/Network/Backup)
Analog
Resolution
HD
D1
-
-
-
Half D1
-
-
-
CIF
-
-
-
1280X720
48fps
96fps
192fps
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Resolution
1920X1080
20fps
40fps
80fps
Recording quality grade
5 Grades
Recording Mode
Continuous/Schedule/Motion/Sensor/Manual
Motion Detection
Motion detection setup by Grid
Recording by channel’s
Resolution
Yes
Pre Recording
Min. 15 seconds and Max. 20 minutes
Post Recording
Min. 10 seconds and Max. 60 seconds
Frame Rate
Real time
Display
Playback
Multi-Decoding
1, 4
1, 4, 8
1, 4, 8, 16
Playback Speed
x1/4 ~ x32
x1/4 ~ x16
x1/4 ~ x8
Search Mode
HDD
Timeline, Event, Archive, Log
Interface Type
Serial ATA I
Capacity of 1 HDD
2TB
Internal HDD
Number
1EA (2EA without DVD-RW)
ESATA
Storage
Backup
2EA (4EA without
DVD-RW)
1
USB Flash drive
Video & Still Image
USB External HDD
Video & Still Image
Network
Video & Still Image
USB Port
2 (Front 1, Rear 1)
Menu Display
GUI
Input Method
Mouse, Front Buttons, Remote control, Key Board
User I/F
Serial
Network
PTZ control
1 RS-485
2 RS-485
Termination
1
2
Console (RS-232C)
1 (for Development use only)
Dynamic DNS
Yes
Network Interface
10/100/1000 base-TX Ethernet (RJ-45)
Network Streaming
Network
Access
640x360 / 320x180
@ 120fps
640x360 / 320x180
@ 240fps
1280x720 / 640x360
@ 240fps
Web viewer (1:1)
Live, Search, Backup, PTZF, Remote Setup, Remote Upgrade,
Two Way Audio
3G Mobile Viewer (1:1)
Live, Search, PTZF, Two Way Audio
MAC viewer (1:1)
Live, Search, Backup, PTZF, Remote Setup, Remote Upgrade
Multi-sites Monitoring SW
(1:n)
Live, Search, Backup, PTZF, Remote Setup, Remote Upgrade,
Two Way Audio
DLS (Day Light Saving)
Yes
Internal Beep
By Alarm, Motion, Video Loss, HDD error
S/W Upgrade
USB Flash drive, Remote Network
NTP
Yes
Features
Power
Power Supply Voltage
Allowable operation temperature
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DC 12V 5A
AC
100~120V/200~240V,
50/60Hz, 280W
5°C - 40°C
5°C - 40°C
Allowable operation humidity
0 - 90 %
0 - 90 %
Weight
Unit Weight (Gross weight)
9 Lbs (13.6 Lbs)
15.0 Lbs (19.8 Lbs)
Dimension
Unit Dimension (W x H x D)
14.96" x 13.38" x 2.83"
17.00" x 16.92" x
3.86"
3-6. VVRHHD1002D
Model
VVRHHD1002D
Recording Performance
Analog: D1 Real time
HD: 720P * 60FPS / 1080P * 30FPS
Channel
10 channels
Input Level
8 CH Composite, 1.0Vp-p, 75ohm &
2 CH HDcctv/HD-SDI
VGA
1 VGA (Max. 1080p)
HDMI
1 HDMI (Max. 1080p)
HD-SDI
-
LOOP
Analog 8 channels
BNC
1 channel
SPOT
4 channel
Input
Video
Output
Audio
Input & Output
10 Line input & 1 Line output
Audio Codec
G.711 (ADPCM)
Sensor Input
10ch (NC/NO Selectable)
Alarm Output
4 Alarm out
Compression
H.264
Multi-operation
QUADPLEX (Playback/Record/Network/Backup)
Alarm
Analog
Resolution
Record
HD
Resolution
240fps
Half D1
240fps
CIF
240fps
1280X720
60fps
1920X1080
30fps
Recording quality grade
5 Grades
Recording Mode
Continuous/Schedule/Motion/Sensor/Manual
Motion Detection
Motion detection setup by Grid
Recording by channel’s
Resolution
Yes
Pre Recording
Min. 15 seconds and Max. 20 minutes
Post Recording
Min. 10 seconds and Max. 60 seconds
Frame Rate
Real time
Multi-Decoding
1, 4
Playback Speed
x1/4 ~ x32
Search Mode
Timeline, Event, Archive, Log
Display
Playback
Storage
D1
HDD
Interface Type
Serial ATA I
Capacity of 1 HDD
2TB
Internal HDD Number
2EA (4EA without DVD-RW)
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ESATA
Backup
User I/F
Serial
Network
Network
Access
Features
Power
1
USB Flash drive
Video & Still Image
USB External HDD
Video & Still Image
Network
Video & Still Image
USB Port
2 (Front 1, Rear 1)
Menu Display
GUI
Input Method
Mouse, IR Remote control, Key Board Control
PTZ control
2 RS-485
Termination
2
Console (RS-232C)
1 (for Development use only)
Dynamic DNS
Yes
Network Interface
10/100/1000 base-TX Ethernet (RJ-45)
Network Streaming
640*360 / 1280*720 @ 120fps
Web viewer (1:1)
Live, Search, Backup, PTZF, Remote Setup, Remote Upgrade,
Two Way Audio
3G Mobile Viewer (1:1)
Live, Search, PTZF, Two Way Audio
MAC viewer (1:1)
Live, Search, Backup, PTZF, Remote Setup, Remote Upgrade
Multi-sites Monitoring SW (1:n)
Live, Search, Backup, PTZF, Remote Setup, Remote Upgrade,
Two Way Audio
DLS (Day Light Saving)
Yes
Internal Beep
By Alarm, Motion, Video Loss, HDD error
S/W Upgrade
USB Flash drive, Remote Network
NTP
Yes
Power Supply Voltage
AC 100~120V/200~240V, 50/60Hz, 280W
Allowable operation temperature
5°C - 40°C
Allowable operation humidity
0 - 90 %
Weight
Unit Weight (Gross weight)
15.0 Lbs (19.8 Lbs)
Dimension
Unit Dimension (W x H x D)
17.00" x 16.92" x 3.86"
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4. Front Panel Controls
4-1. VVR4004SEFD, VVR4008SE, VVR4016SE
VVR4004SEFD, VVR4008SE
VVR4016SE
1
2
3
Recording Indicator
Indicator LED when a specific CHANNEL is recording.
Power Indicator
Indicator LED when DVR is powered ON.
USB Port
Allows the user to connect a USB mouse or USB flash drive for BACK UP.
4-2. VVR4004HMFD, VVR4008HM, VVR4016HM,
VVR4008HFD, VVR4016HFD
1
2
3
Optical Drive Door
Camera Selection
Allows the user to select specific channels for single channel view.
Playback Buttons
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4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
Allows the user to change playback settings, set manual RECORDING, and enter
PLAYBACK mode.
Escape (ESC)
Exit from current menu or stop playback.
Eject
Ejects optical drive disc tray.
Recording Indicator
Indicator LED when a specific CHANNEL is recording.
Setup
Allows the user to enter the SETUP menu.
Sequence
Allows the user to Enable/Disable Sequence in LIVE MODE.
PTZ
Allows the user to enter the PTZ menu.
Backup
Allows the user to capture a snapshot during LIVE MODE.
Indicator LED
Indicator LED blinks for HDD, ALARM, NETWORK, BACK UP, and POWER.
USB Port
Allows the user to connect a USB mouse or USB flash drive for BACK UP.
Control Buttons
Control Buttons for selecting CHANNELS and navigating through the SETUP MENU.
4-3. VVR4016HSFD, VVRHD1620M, VVRHHD1002D
1
2
3
4
5
Power Button
USB Port
Allows the user to connect a USB mouse or USB flash drive for BACK UP.
Optical Drive Door
Playback Buttons
Allows the user to change playback settings, set manual RECORDING, and enter
PLAYBACK mode.
Recording Indicator
Indicator LED when a specific CHANNEL is recording.
Camera Selection
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6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
Allows the user to select specific channels for single channel view.
Playback Buttons
Allows the user to change playback settings, set manual RECORDING, and enter
PLAYBACK mode.
Sequence
Allows the user to Enable/Disable Sequence in LIVE MODE.
PTZ
Allows the user to enter the PTZ menu.
Setup
Allows the user to enter the SETUP menu.
Backup
Allows the user to capture a snapshot during LIVE MODE.
Indicator LED
Indicator LED blinks for HDD, ALARM, NETWORK, BACK UP, and POWER.
Escape (ESC)
Exit from current menu or stop playback.
Control Buttons
Control Buttons for selecting CHANNELS and navigating through the SETUP MENU.
5. Rear Panel Connectors
5-1. VVR4004SEFD, VVR4008SE, VVR4016SE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Video Input
CVBS Video Output
VGA Output
Audio Input
Audio Output
Network RS-45 Ethernet Port
USB Port
DC12V Power Input
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5-2. VVR4004HMFD, VVR4008HM, VVR4016HM,
VVR4008HFD, VVR4016HFD
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Cooling Fan
Video Input & Video Output
Audio Input
HDMI Video Output
RS 232 Terminal (For testing purposes)
VGA Output
eSATA Port
Network RS-45 Ethernet Port
USB Port
RS-485 PTZ Camera control terminal
DC12V Power Input
5-3. VVR4016HSFD
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Video Input & Loop Out
Video Output
Audio Input
RS-485 PTZ Camera control terminal & Sensor In terminal
VGA Output
HDMI Output
USB Port
RS 232 Terminal (For testing purposes)
Network RS-45 Ethernet Port
eSATA Port
RS-485 Termination
DC12V Power Input
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5-4. VVRHD0405M, VVRHD0805M, VVRHD1620M
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Cooling Fan
HD-SDI Video Input
Audio Input
HDMI Video Output
RS 232 Terminal (For testing purposes)
VGA Output
eSATA Port
Network RS-45 Ethernet Port
USB Port
RS-485 PTZ Camera control terminal
DC12V Power Input
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
HD-SDI Video Input
Audio Input
RS 232 Terminal (For testing purposes)
VGA Output
HDMI Video Output RS 232 Terminal (For testing purposes)
USB Port
RS-485 PTZ Camera control terminal
RS-485 Termination
Network RS-45 Ethernet Port
eSATA Port RS-485
DC12V Power Input
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
Video Input & Loop Out
Video Output
Audio Input
RS 232 Terminal (For testing purposes)
VGA Output
HDMI Output
USB Port
RS-485 PTZ Camera control terminal
Network RS-45 Ethernet Port
eSATA Port
RS-485 Termination
Sensor In terminal
DC12V Power Input
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6. Remote Control
RECORD
Manual recording
DISPLAY
Display of Full, Quad,9 or 16 split screen
F/REW
Jump 60 seconds backward
PLAY/PAUSE
Play/Pause
F/ADV
Jump 60 seconds forward
REW
Rewind
BACKUP
Backup still or video data
FF
Fast Forward
ALARM
Disable alarm operation
SETUP
Setup menu screen
ID
DVR ID (ID Button + DVR ID number)
AUDIO
Mute, Single, MIX
LOCK
Lock all of key functions
SEQ
Sequence of Full or Quad view
PTZ
PTZ menu screen
SEARCH
Search menu screen
DIRECTION KEY
Direction key
SELECT
Select or display of split screen
ESC
Esc
NUMBER 1~9,0
Channel 1 to 9 / 10 CH->press 0
+10
Channel 11 to 16
11CH->press +10 and number 1
16CH->press +10 and number 6
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7. Connection Guide
7-1. Connecting the Monitor
There are three available monitor outputs on the DVR.
High-Definition Multimedia Interface – HDMI (Not for VVR4004SEFD, VVR4008SE, VVR4016SE)
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Video Graphics Array – VGA Mini-Sub D15
Composite Monitor Output – BNC
HD-SDI Monitor Output – BNC (For VVRHD1620M only)
7-2. Video Inputs
The DVR comes with 4/8/16 BNC video inputs on the rear of its chassis. The HD DVR only
accepts HD-SDI Cameras.
7-3. Connecting to a Network
Use the RJ45 Ethernet port on the rear of the DVR When connecting to a network.
7-4. Connecting Audio
To record audio on the DVR, connect the audio source to the connections on the audio ports
on the back of the DVR. To listen to live or recorded audio, connect the Audio Out Port to an
amplified speaker system.
7-5. Connecting a PTZ Camera
The RS485 connector can be used to control Pan / Tilt / Zoom (PTZ) cameras. Refer to the PTZ
camera manufacture’s manual for configuring the RS485 connection. (Not for VVR4004SEFD,
VVR4008SE, & VVR4016SE)
7-6. Turning on the DVR
1. Connect camera cables.
2. Connect a network cable and a monitor cable.
3. Connect the power cable to the DVR and wait until the main screen is displayed on the
connected monitor; this process will take approximately three minutes.
7-7. Using the Power Button
To start the DVR:
Press the Power button on the front panel of the DVR.
NOTE: Only authorized users can shut down the DVR.
NOTE: Do not hold the power button when turning on the DVR.
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7-8. Setting the Remote Controller ID
When more than one HD DVR is installed in the same location, it is possible to use one remote
controller to control multiple DVRs – up to 99 DVRs. To control multiple DVRs, the remote
controller ID and the DVR remote control ID must match.
To change the remote controller ID:
1. Press ID.
2. Input the ID number.
To change the DVR remote controller ID:
1. Enter SETUP.
2. Select DEVICE.
3. Highlight REMOTE CONTROL ID and use the arrow keys to change the ID.
7-9. First Time Booting
During the first start booting, the following message will be displayed.
Select the preferred LANGUAGE and SET DATE & TIME to complete the INITIALIZATION.
7-10. Basic Mouse Functions


LEFT CLICK – SELECT Function or Change Screen Mode
RIGHT CLICK – Open Sub Menu or Cancel
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8. SETUP MENU
Use the setup menu to configure all of the DVR settings, schedule recording, and networking.
To enter SETUP, press the SETUP button on the front of the DVR or remote control or by using
the mouse. RIGHT CLICK to open the SUB MENU. LEFT CLICK SETUP and enter the USER
PASSWORD using the VIRTUAL KEYBOARD.
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8-1. DISPLAY Setup
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OSD – Channel Name, Video Loss, Status Bad (Allows the user to Turn ON/OFF the
selected On Screen Displays)
OSD CONTRAST – 50 ~ 100 (Allows the user to Set the transparency of the setup
window)
SEQUENCE – ON/OFF (Allows the user to Turn ON/OFF the main monitor Sequence)
SEQUENCE-DWELL TIME – 3 ~ 60 SECONDS (Allows the user to Set the SEQUENCEDWELL TIME)
CHANNEL – CH 1 ~ CH 16 (Allows the user to Select the channel to make adjustments)
o NAME – Allows the user to change the default CHANNEL NAME.
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NOTE: Recording will stop for a few seconds after applying the CHANNEL NAME change.
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o NAME – Press CONFIRM on the WARNING prompt window to enter the
VIRTUAL KEYBOARD. Using the VIRTUAL KEYBOARD, enter the desired
CHANNEL NAME and press OK to apply the changes.
o COVERT – ON/OFF (Allows the user to turn ON/OFF COVERT for the highlighted
CHANNEL)
VIDEO OUTPUT (HDMI/VGA) – 720p 50Hz/60Hz, 1080i 50Hz/60Hz, 1080p 50Hz/60Hz
(Allows user to set monitor output resolution)
8-2. RECORD Setup

CHANNEL – CH 1 ~ CH 16 (Allows the user to select CHANNEL to make adjustments)
o RESOLUTION – 640 x 360, 1280 x 720, 1920 x 1080 (Allows the user to change
the recording RESOLUTION of the selected CHANNEL)
o FRAME RATE – # ~ # (Allows the user to change the recording FRAME RATE of
the selected CHANNEL)
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o QUALITY – LEVEL 1 ~ LEVEL 5 (Allows the user to change the recording QUALITY
of the selected CHANNEL)
o RECORDING – CONTINUOUS, MOTION, SENSOR, SCHEDULE, DISABLE (Allows
the user to change the RECORDING type of the selected CHANNEL)
o SENSOR RECORDING – Allows the user to set up to 4 sensors for selected
CHANNEL.
o PRE RECORD – OFF, 15 SECONDS, 30 SECONDS, 1 MINUTE, 3 MINUTES, 20
MINUTES (Allows the user to set PRE RECORDING for selected CHANNEL)
o POST EVENT RECORD – 10 SECONDS ~ 30 SECONDS, 60 SECONDS (Allows the
user to set POST EVENT RECORDING for selected CHANNEL)
o AUDIO – ON/OFF (Allows the user to turn ON/OFF AUDIO recording for
selected channel)
Select the
icon to open the RECORD menu. This menu allows the user to change
multiple RECORDING settings simultaneously. The following settings are available;
RESOLUTION, FPS, QUALITY, RECORD, PRE RECORD, POST RECORD, and AUDIO.

SCHEDULE – Allows the user to set recording SCHEDULE.
Select the
icon to open the SCHEDULE menu.
The following recording options are available;
-
Continuous Recording (Green)
-
Motion Recording (Yellow)
-
Sensor Recording (Red)
COPY – To copy a schedule, LEFT CLICK the checkbox for the target CHANNEL
and LEFT CLICK the COPY button on the right to apply the changes to the
selected CHANNELS.
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8-3. DEVICE Setup

ALARM-OUT – SENSOR, MOTION, VIDEO LOSS, HDD ERROR (Allow the user to set
ALARM-OUT relay)
o
o
o
o
ALARM-OUT – Allows the user to select a specific alarm output terminal
SENSOR IN – Allows the user to set ALARM-OUT when SENSOR-IN is triggered.
MOTION ON – Allows the user to set ALARM-OUT when MOTION is triggered.
VIDEO LOSS ON – Allows the user to set ALARM-OUT when VIDEO LOSS is
detected.
o ALARM DURATION – 1 SECOND ~ 60 SECONDS (Allows the user to set ALARMOUT DURATION)
o ERROR ALARM – OFF, ALL, HDD ERROR, VIDEO LOSS (Allows the user to set
ERROR ALARM for SPECIFIC ERROR)
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
ALL – ALARM-OUT enabled when HDD ERROR or VIDEO LOSS is
detected.
- HDD ERROR – ALARM-OUT enabled when HDD ERROR is detected.
- VIDEO LOSS – ALARM-OUT enabled when VIDEO LOSS is detected.
CONTROLLER & PTZ – Allows the user to setup CONTROLLER & PTZ

o CONTROLLER – Allows the user to select CONTROLLER protocol
o SPEED – Allows the user to select CONTROLLER SPEED
o ID – Allows the user to select CONTROLLER SPEED
o CAMERA PTZ – Allows the user to select PTZ CAMERA CHANNEL
o NAME – Allows the user to select PTZ protocol
o SPEED – Allows the user to set PTZ SPEED
o ID – Allows the user to select PTZ ID
CHANNEL – CH 1 ~ 16 (Allows the user to select CHANNEL for MOTION setting)
o MOTION ZONE – FULL ZONE, PARTIAL ZONE (Allows the user to select
MOTION ZONE)
LEFT CLICK on to highlight the motion zone grid. Highlighted area indicates partial motion
detection zone displayed in blue. RIGHT CLICK on the mouse to return to the previous screen.
o MOTION SENSITIVITY – 1 ~ 9 (Allows the user to set MOTION SENSITIVITY)
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NOTE: Camera noise will be detected as MOTION depending on MOTION SENSITIVITY.
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KEY TONE – OFF, ON (Allows the user to turn KEY TONE OFF or ON)
REMOTE CONTROL ID – 00 ~ 99 (Allows the user to set REMOTE CONTROL ID)
SENSOR – 1 ~ 4 (Allows the user to select SENSOR Number)
o TYPE – OFF, NORMAL OPEN, NORMAL CLOSE (Allows the user to set SENSOR
TYPE)
8-5. STORAGE Setup

OVERWRITE – ON, OFF (Allows the user to set OVERWRITE of the HDD ON or OFF)
NOTE: Enabling OVERWRITE will allow the DVR to write over previously recorded data,
starting with the oldest date, when the HDD is FULL. If OVERWRITE is OFF, the DVR will not
record any new data once the HDD becomes full.

DISK FORMAT – YES, NO (Allows the user to FORMAT the HDD)
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NOTE: The user will not be able to recover the RECORDED DATA from a formatted HDD.
FORMAT- Select the HDD to format and select YES to FORMAT the HDD.

DISK INFO – Displays HDD info (Displays the following info; HDD SIZE, REMAIN, START
TIME, LAST TIME, HDD #, HDD MODEL NAME, HDD TEMPERATURE, HDD POWER, HDD
HEALTH)
DISK INFO DETAIL – Displays HDD INFO DETAIL (Displays the following info; HDD #,
REALLOCATED SECTORS, CURRENT PENDING SECOTRS, UNCORRECTABLE SECTORS, SPIN
RETRY SECTORS)
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HELP – Displays S.M.A.R.T HELP information.
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RECORDING LIMIT – OFF, ON (Allows the user to set the RECORDING LIMIT)
o RECORDING LIMIT DAYS – 1 DAY ~ 90 DAYS (Allows the user to set RECORDING
LIMIT DAYS)
S.M.A.R.T – ON, OFF (Allows the user to set S.M.A.R.T feature ON or OFF)
o TEMPERATURE LIMIT – 20 ~ 55 (Allows the user to set the HDD TEMPERATURE
LIMIT to trigger ALARM and BUZZER)
o ALARM – ON, OFF (Allows the user to set ALARM ON or OFF)
o BUZZER – ON, OFF (Allows the user to set BUZZER ON or OFF)
NOTE: The recommended operating temperature for the HDD is between 40C to 50C (104F
to 122F)
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8-6. SYSTEM Setup
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DVR ID – Allows user to change the DVR ID
DESCRIPTION – Displays the following system information; HARDWARE VERSION,
SOFTWARE VERSION, STORAGE SIZE, IP ADDRESS, MAC ADDRESS, DDNS STATUS
LANGUAGE – ENGLISH, FRENCH, GERMAN, JAPANESE, CHINESE (Allows the user to
change the LANGUAGE setting)
DATE FORMAT – Allows the user to change the DATE FORMAT display from the
following; YYYY/MM/DD, MM/DD/YYYY, DD/MM/YYYY, YYYY-MM-DD, MM-DD-YYYY,
DD-MM-YYYY.
SET DATE & TIME – Allows the user to change the DAYLIGHT SAVING, DATE, and TIME.
DAYLIGHT SAVING – USA, EU, OTHERS, OFF (Allows the user to set the DAYLIGHT
SAVING)
SET DATE & TIME – Double LEFT CLICK on the DATE & TIME to make changes. Select
YES or NO when prompted to SET DATE & TIME to APPLY the changes.
CLIENT ACCESS – ON, OFF (Allows the user to set CLIENT ACCESS ON or OFF)
NTP – OFF, ON (Allows the user to set NTP OFF or ON)
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NTP – Allows the user to set the following options; PRIMARY SNTP SERVER, SECONDARY SNTP
SERVER, TIME ZONE, CONNECTION MODE (TIME, INTERVAL), CONNECTION PERIOD

o PRIMARY SNTP SERVER – PRIMARY SNTP (Simple Network Time Protocol) SERVER
o SECONDARY SNTP SERVER – SECONDARY SNTP (Simple Network Time Protocol)
SERVER
o TIME ZONE – Allows the user to set the TIME ZONE
o CONNECTION MODE – INTERVAL, TIME, ONCE (Allows the user to select the SNTP
CONNECTION MODE)
- INTERVAL – Synchronize SNTP EVER 1 HOUR ~ 24 HOURS
- TIME – Synchronize SNTP at the set TIME
- ONCE – Synchronize SNTP ONCE
o CONNECTION PERIOD – Allows the user to set the SNTP Synchronize
CONNECTION PERIOD when setting the CONNECTION MODE to INTERVAL or
TIME
SEND EMAIL – OFF, ON (Allows the user to set SEND EMAIL OFF or ON)
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SEND EMAIL – Allows the users to set the following options; TRANSMISSION MODE, IP
NOTIFICATION, EVENT ALARM, S.M.A.R.T, MAIL PORT, SECURE OPTION, MAIL TO, MAIL
SERVER, ID, PASSWORD, MAIL FROM.
o TRASMISSION MODE – IMAGE (Transmits an IMAGE of the triggered ALARM-OUT
CHANNEL) or Text
o IP NOTIFICATION – OFF, ON (Allows the user to set IP NOFICIATION ON or OFF)
- OFF – Disable IP NOTIFICATION when the DVR IP ADDRESS is changed.
- ON – Enable IP NOTIFICATION when the DVR IP ADDRESS is changed.
o MAIL BY MOTION – Enable Email Notification when the camera detects motion.
o MAIL BY VIDEO LOSS – Enable Email Notification when the camera signal is lost.
o S.M.A.R.T – OFF, ON (Allows the user to set S.M.A.R.T NOTIFICATION ON or OFF)
- OFF – Disable E-MAIL NOTIFICATION when S.M.A.R.T is triggered.
- ON – Enable E-MAIL NOTIFICATION when S.M.A.R.T is triggered.
o STATUS– OFF, ON (Allows the user to set MAIL STATUS periodically)
-
DAILY or WEELY or MONTHLY
o SERVER TYPE– Select Email account from Gmail, Hotmail, AOL, Yahoo, or manual
configuration.
o MAIL PORT – 1 ~ 99 (Allows the user to set E-MAIL PORT)
o SECURE OPTION – NONE, SSL, TLS (Allows the user to select E-MAIL SECURE
OPTION)
o MAIL TO – Recipient’s email address.
o MAIL SERVER – Outgoing mail server address.
o ID – Outgoing mail address.
o PASSWORD – Outgoing mail password.
o MAIL FROM – Sender’s name.
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8-7. SECURITY Setup
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USER AUTHENTICATION – Allows the specific users to access a function.

- SETUP – Allow or Deny specific user to enter SETUP.
- PB – Allow or Deny specific user for PLAYBACK.
- PTZ – Allow or Deny specific user for PTZ Control.
- R/OFF – Allow or Deny specific user to change RECORD settings.
- NET – Allow or Deny specific user for NETWORK access.
USER PASSWORD – Allows the user to change the password.
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o USER PASSWORD – Enter the following information to change the USER
PASSWORD; USER, CURRENT, NEW, CONFIRM.
PLAYBACK AUTHORITY – Allows specific users AUTHORITY OF PLAYBACK per CHANNEL.
NETWORK LIVE AUTHORITY– Allows specific users to view selected channels or block
the view of selected channels.
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8-8. NETWORK Setup
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PORT – NETWORK PORT (Allows the user to change the DVR PORT)
NETWORK AUDIO PORT - Set the port for the audio data. Default is 5446 and it has to be
the next number of the DVR port.
NOTE: The DEFAULT PORT is used as a primary port to create remote connections.
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WEB PORT – WEB PORT (Allows the user to change the WEB PORT)
NETWORK TYPE – DHCP, LAN (Allows the user to select between DHCP and LAN
NETWORK TYPE)
o DHCP – DHCP will automatically obtain the following settings; IP, SUBNET MASK,
GATEWAY, DNS (PRIMARY), DNS (SECONDARY)
o LAN – User must input the following settings; IP, SUBNET MASK, GATEWAY,
DNS (PRIMARY), DNS (SECONDARY)
DDNS – OFF, SERVER1, SERVER 2 (Allows the user to turn DDNS OFF or select DDNS
server type)
o OFF – Disable DDNS.
o SERVER 1 – Allows the user to use the “microcamddns.com” DDNS Server.
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o SERVER 2 – Allows the user to user a specific DDNS Server.
o DDNS SERVER NAME – Allows the user to enter the specific DDNS Server NAME.
o DDNS ID – Allows the user to enter specific DDNS ID.
o DDNS PASSWORD – Allows the user to enter specific DDNS PASSWORD.
o DDNS INTERVAL – 5 MINUTES ~ 60 MINUTES (Allows the user to set DDNS
INTERVAL)
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NETWORK STREAM – Allows the user to set the following NETWORK STREAM settings;
RESOLUTION, FRAME RATE, QUALITY per CHANNEL.
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8-9. CONFIG Setup
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SAVE SETUP TO A USB – Allows the user to SAVE SETUP TO A USB.
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LOAD SETUP FROM A USB – Allows the user to LOAD SETUP FROM A USB.
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LOAD DEFAULT – Allows the user to LOAD DEFAULT settings.
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LOAD FACTORY DEFAULT – Allows the user to LOAD FACTORY DEFAULT settings.
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9. OPERATION
9-1. Live Display Mode
A live image can be selected by pressing the corresponding number key on the DVR front
panel or remote control or mouse.
Depending on the model of the DVR, the LIVE DISPLAY MODE will be different.
Double LEFT CLICK the video image to change views.
9-2. Icons
In Live Display Mode, icons on the screen indicate the system mode or status. All icons appear
on the bottom of the screen.
NOTE: The control bar will auto-hide over time. Control Bar auto-hide can be turned ON and
OFF in the submenu.
Displays the current Time and DATE.
REMOTE CONTROL ID #
Displays the recorded HDD Capacity %
Indicates the HDD is recycled.
Indicates CONTINUOUS RECORDING is in progress.
Indicates MANUAL RECORDING is in progress.
Indicates MOTION RECORDING is in progress.
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Indicates SENSOR RECORDING is in progress.
Indicates DVR is LOCKED or UNLOCKED.
Indicates AUDIO is RECORDING OR MUTED.
Indicates ALARM-OUT is set.
Indicates the ALARM-OUT is activated.
Indicates the EVENT has been trigged.
Indicates that a network client is connected to the DVR.
Indicates SEQUENCE is ON OR OFF.
NOTE: MANUAL RECORDING will overwrite any recording settings and will RECORD
CONTINOUSLY.
NOTE: If no REMOTE CONTROL ID is set, R:A will be displayed (REMOTE:ALL)
9-3. Search
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TIMELINE – Allows the user to playback using the TIMELINE BAR.
NOTE: DATES with RECORDED DATA are displayed in blue.
TIMELINE BAR – Allows the user to find the specific hour and minutes for PLAYBACK. To
change the TIMELINE BAR from HOURS to MINUTES, LEFT CLICK the
upper right hand corner.
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icon on the
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EVENT – Allows the user to PLAYBACK from a triggered EVENT.
Select the CHANNEL and TYPE of EVENT triggered to open the EVENT LOG.
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M – MOTION
S – SENSOR
R – MANUAL RECORDING
C – CONTINOUS
Left Click on an EVENT list to PLAYBACK the triggered EVENT.
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GO TO FIRST TIME – Allows user to PLAYBACK the FIRST RECORDED DATA.
GO TO LAST TIME – Allows user to PLAYBACK the LAST RECORDED DATA.
GO TO SPECIFIC TIME – Allows user to PLAYBACK from a SPECIFIC TIME.
GO TO SPECIFIC TIME – Select the YEAR/MONTH/DAY and HOUR/MINUTE(s)/SECOND(s) and
Left Click OK to PLAYBACK from the SPECIFIC TIME.
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ARCHIVE – Allows the user to View ARCHIVED BACKUPS.
ARCHIVE – Left Click a DATE to display the ARCHIVE LOG.
From the ARCHIVE LOG, SELECT the ARCHIVE BACKUP EVENT to open the BACKUP WINDOW.
In the BACKUP WINDOW, Select the BACKUP DEVICE (USB STICK, DVD-RW) and Left Click
BACKUP to start the BACKUP PROCESS.
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LOG – Allows the user to view the EVENT LOG.
LOG – Left Click a DATE to open the LOG LIST window.
The LOG LIST will display LOG(s) RECORDED from any triggered EVENTS.
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9-4. Playback
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1 CH SPLIT – Allows the user to switch to 1 CH Full screen.
4 CH SPLIT – Allows the user to switch to 4 CH SPLIT.
8 CH SPLIT – Allows the user to switch to 8 CH SPLIT.
16 CH SPLIT – Allows the user to switch to 16 CH SPLIT.
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REW – x1, x2, x4, x8, x16, x32 (Allows user to REWIND during PLAYBACK)
F/REW – 1 MINUTE, 1 SECOND (Allows user to REWIND 1 MINUTE during
PLAYBACK and 1 SECOND when PAUSED)
▶/ II
PLAY/PAUSE – Allows user to PLAY or PAUSE during PLAYBACK.
▶--
F/ADV – 1 MINUTE, 1 SECOND (Allows user to FAST FORWARD 1 MINUTE during
PLAYBACK and 1 SECOND when PAUSED)
FF – x1, x2, x4, x8, x16, x32 (Allows user to FAST FORWARD during PLAYBACK)
SLOW – ¼, ½ (Allows user to PLAYBACK ¼ or ½ SPEEDS)
BACKUP – STILL IMAGE, NSF, AVI (Allows user to BACKUP a STILL IMAGE or VIDEO
BACKUP)
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9-5.Backup
LEFT CLICK the
BACKUP icon to open the BACKUP Window during PLAYBACK.
1. ARCHIVE – Still Image, ASF, AVI (Allows user to select BACKUP type)
o STILL IMAGE – BACKUP STILL IMAGE.
o NSF – BACKUP in NSF FORMAT.
o AVI – BACKUP in AVI FORMAT.
2. SELECT MEDIA TYPE – USB STICK, USE DVD-RW, USE HDD (HUGE BACKUP)
o USB DRIVE – BACKUP to a USB STICK.
o USE HDD (HUGE BACKUP) – BACKUP to an EXTERNAL HDD.
o USE DVD-R – BACKUP to a DVD-R.
3. SELECT the appropriate MEDIA TYPE and Left Click YES to open the CHANNEL BACKUP
Window.
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4. In the CHANNEL BACKUP Window, select the appropriate CHANNELS and SET the
DURATION and Left Click YES to start the BACKUP process.
NOTE: USB STICK and DVD-R MEDIA TYPE will only be available to BACKUP in MINUTES. USE
HDD BACKUP will only be available to BACKUP in HOURS.
o CHANNEL – Allows the user to select SPECIFIC CHANNELS for BACKUP.
o DURATION – Allows the user to set the DURATION of BACKUP.
9-6.Backup data playback
9-6-1. AVI Format – Media Player
AVI format: AVI format video can be played back by Window Media Player™ or other media player that
is compatible with AVI format video.
1. Please install the “UMSDecoderFilter” that the DVR copies “DvrPlayer” folder on USB flash drive
with the video.
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2. Otherwise, the video and time stamp over video can’t be properly playback and displayed on
Window Media Player™.
9-6-2. NSF Format - HD Player
NSF format: NSF format video can be played back using the
HDplayer that the DVR copies to
“DvrPlayer” folder on USB flash drive with video. Use the mouse scroll to use digital zoom in and out
feature.
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9-7.PTZ Control
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INITIALIZE – Initialize the PTZ setting on the selected CHANNEL.
PAN / TILT – PAN / TILT the selected CHANNEL PTZ.
ZOOM / FOCUS – ZOOM / FOCUS the selected CHANNEL PTZ.
OSD – Select OSD to enter the PTZ menu.
AUTOSCAN – Allows the user to ENABLE / DISABLE AUTOSCAN.
PRESET – Allows the user to select PTZ PRESET.
TOUR – Allows the user to select PTZ TOUR.
NUMBER – Allows the user to select PTZ TOUR or PTZ PRESET NUMBER.
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10. Remote Setup
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Remote Setup Access from CMS: Select REMOTE SETUP button.
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Remote Setup Access from WEB VIEWER: Select SETUP button.
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Remote Setup Access from Single Client VIEWER: RIGHT-Click over live display and select
REMOTE SETUP button.
Then the setup window is displayed. The specified menu screen is displayed on the upper left of the
screen. Setting is the same as with the DVR menu setting. Refer to the corresponding pages for details
on the setting items. Enter the password of the DVR when prompted. (NOTE: The default password is
1111)
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10-1. DISPLAY
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OSD – ON/OFF (Turn ON/OFF the On Screen Displays)
OSD CONSTRAST – 50 ~ 100 (Set the transparency of the setup window)
SEQUENCE – ON/OFF (Turn ON/OFF the Sequence)
SEQUENCE-DWELL TIME – 3 ~ 60 SECONDS (Set the SEQUENCE-DWELL TIME)
CHANNEL – CH 1 ~ CH 16 (Select the channel to make adjustments)
o NAME – Allows the user to change the default CHANNEL NAME.
o COVERT – ON/OFF (Allows the user to turn ON/OFF COVERT for the highlighted
CHANNEL)
10-2. RECORD
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CHANNEL – CH 1 ~ CH 16 (Allows the user to select CHANNEL to make adjustments)
o RESOLUTION – 640 x 360, 1280 x 720, 1920 x 1080 (Allows the user to change
the recording RESOLUTION of the selected CHANNEL)
o FRAME RATE – # ~ # (Allows the user to change the recording FRAME RATE of
the selected CHANNEL)
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o QUALITY – LEVEL 1 ~ LEVEL 5 (Allows the user to change the recording QUALITY
of the selected CHANNEL)
o RECORDING – CONTINUOUS, MOTION, SENSOR, SCHEDULE, DISABLE (Allows
the user to change the RECORDING type of the selected CHANNEL)
o SENSOR RECORDING – Allows the user to set up to 4 sensors for selected
CHANNEL.
o PRE RECORD – OFF, 15 SECONDS, 30 SECONDS, 1 MINUTE, 3 MINUTES, 20
MINUTES (Allows the user to set PRE RECORDING for selected CHANNEL)
o POST EVENT RECORD – 10 SECONDS ~ 30 SECONDS, 60 SECONDS (Allows the
user to set POST EVEN RECORDING for selected CHANNEL)
o AUDIO – ON/OFF (Allows the user to turn ON/OFF AUDIO recording for
selected channel)
10-3. DEVICE
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ALARM-OUT – 1 ~ 4 (Allows the user to select a specific alarm output terminal)
o SENSOR IN – Allows the user to set ALARM-OUT when SENSOR-IN is triggered.
o MOTION ON – Allows the user to set ALARM-OUT when MOTION is triggered.
o VIDEO LOSS ON – Allows the user to set ALARM-OUT when VIDEO LOSS is
detected.
o ALARM DURATION – 1 SECOND ~ 60 SECONDS (Allows the user to set ALARMOUT DURATION)
o ERROR ALARM – OFF, ALL, HDD ERROR, VIDEO LOSS (Allows the user to set
ERROR ALARM for SPECIFIC ERROR)
CONTROLLER – Allows the user to select CONTROLLER protocol
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o SPEED – Allows the user to select CONTROLLER SPEED
o ID – Allows the user to select CONTROLLER SPEED
 CAMERA PTZ – Allows the user to select PTZ CAMERA CHANNEL
o NAME – Allows the user to select PTZ protocol
o SPEED – Allows the user to set PTZ SPEED
o ID – Allows the user to select PTZ ID
MOTION
o CHANNEL – CH 1 ~ 16 (Allows the user to select CHANNEL for MOTION setting)
o MOTION ZONE – FULL ZONE, PARTIAL ZONE (Allows the user to select MOTION
ZONE)
o MOTION SENSITIVITY – 1 ~ 9 (Allows the user to set MOTION SENSITIVITY)
KEY TONE – OFF, ON (Allows the user to turn KEY TONE OFF or ON)
REMOTE CONTROLLER ID – 00 ~ 99 (Allows the user to set REMOTE CONTROL ID)
SENSOR – 1 ~ 4 (Allows the user to select SENSOR Number)
o TYPE – OFF, NORMAL OPEN, NORMAL CLOSE (Allows the user to set SENSOR
TYPE)
10-4. STORAGE
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OVERWRITE – ON, OFF (Allows the user to set OVERWRITE of the HDD ON or OFF)
NOTE: Enabling OVERWRITE will allow the DVR to write over previously recorded
data, starting with the oldest date, when the HDD is FULL. If OVERWRITE is OFF, the
DVR will not record any new data once the HDD becomes full.
RECORDING LIMIT – OFF, ON (Allows the user to set the RECORDING LIMIT)
o RECORDING LIMIT DAYS – 1 DAY ~ 90 DAYS (Allows the user to set RECORDING
LIMIT DAYS)
S.M.A.R.T – Allows the user to set S.M.A.R.T feature.
o TEMPERATURE LIMIT – 20 ~ 55 (Allows the user to set the HDD TEMPERATURE
LIMIT to trigger ALARM and BUZZER)
NOTE: The recommended operating temperature for HDD is between 40C to 50C (104F to 122F)
o ALARM – ON, OFF (Allows the user to set ALARM ON or OFF)
o BUZZER – ON, OFF (Allows the user to set BUZZER ON or OFF)
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10-5. SYSTEM
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DVR-ID – Allows the user to change the DVR ID
DATE FORMAT – Allows the user to change the DATE FORMAT display from the
following; YYYY/MM/DD, MM/DD/YYYY, DD/MM/YYYY, YYYY-MM-DD, MM-DD-YYYY,
DD-MM-YYYY.
NTP – OFF, ON (Allows the user to set NTP OFF or ON)
o PRIMARY SNTP SERVER – PRIMARY SNTP (Simple Network Time Protocol)
SERVER
o SECONDARY SNTP SERVER – SECONDARY SNTP (Simple Network Time Protocol)
SERVER
o TIME ZONE – Allows the user to set the TIME ZONE
o CONNECTION MODE – INTERVAL, TIME, ONCE (Allows user to select the SNTP
CONNECTION MODE)
 CONNECTION PERIOD – Allows the user to set the SNTP Synchronize
CONNECTION PERIOD when setting the CONNECTION MODE to
INTERVAL or TIME
SEND EMAIL – OFF, ON (Allows the user to set SEND EMAIL OFF or ON)
o TRANSMISSION MODE – IMAGE (Transmits an IMAGE of the triggered ALARMOUT CHANNEL)
o IP NOTIFICATION – OFF, ON (Allows the user to set IP NOFICIATION ON or OFF)
o EVENT ALARM – OFF, ON (Allows the user to set EVENT ALARM ON or OFF)
o MAIL BY S.M.A.R.T – OFF, ON (Allows the user to set S.M.A.R.T NOTIFICATION
ON or OFF)
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o MAIL PORT – 1 ~ 99 (Allows the user to set E-MAIL PORT)
o SECURE OPTION – NONE, SSL, TLS (Allows the user to select E-MAIL SECURE
OPTION)
o MAIL TO – Recipient’s email address.
o MAIL SERVER – Outgoing mail server address.
o ID – Outgoing mail address.
o PASSWORD – Outgoing mail password.
o MAIL FROM – Sender’s name.
10-6. NETWORK
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PORT – NETWORK PORT (Allows the user to change the DVR PORT)
NOTE: The DEFAULT PORT is used as a primary port to create remote connections.
WEBPORT – WEB PORT (Allows the user to change the WEB PORT)
NETWORK TYPE – DHCP, LAN (Allows the user to select between DHCP and LAN
NETWORK TYPE)
o IP – Enter IP address if NETWORK TYPE is set to LAN.
o SUBNET MASK – Enter SUBNET MASK address if NETWORK TYPE is set to LAN.
o GATEWAY – Enter GATEWAY address if NETWORK TYPE is set to LAN.
o 1ST DNS – Enter Primary DNS server address if NETWORK TYPE is set to LAN.
o 2ND DNS – Enter Secondary DNS server address if NETWORK TYPE is set to LAN.
DDNS – OFF, ON (Allows the user to turn DDNS OFF OR ON)
o DDNS SERVER 1 NAME – Allows user to use the “microcamdns.com”.
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o DDNS SERVER 2 NAME – Allows the user to user a specific DDNS SERVER.
o DDNS SERVER 2 ID – Allows the user to enter specific DDNS ID.
o DDNS SERVER 2 PASSWORD – Allows the user to enter specific DDNS
PASSWORD.
o DDNS SERVER 2 INTERVAL – 5 MINUTES ~ 60 MINUTES (Allows the user to set
DDNS INTERVAL)
NETWORK STREAM – Allows the user to set the following NETWORK STREAM settings;
RESOLUTION, FRAME RATE, QUALITY per CHANNEL.
o RESOLUTION – Allows the user to set for NETWORK STREAMING RESOLUTION
o FRAME RATE – Allows the user to set the FRAME RATE
o QUALITY – Allows the user to set the image QUALITY from 1 ~ 5 for NETWORK
QUALITY
NOTE: NETWORK STREAM settings do not affect the DVR’s recording settings.
10-7. REMOTE UPGRADE
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BROWSE – Browse within the PC to look up a firmware upgrade file.
UPGRADE – Allows the user to upgrade firmware with selected file.
10-8. INFORMATION
Shows the system information.
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11. DDNS Registration
DDNS (Dynamic Domain Name System) allows a domain name to be constantly synchronized with a
dynamic IP address. It allows using a dynamic IP address to be associated with a static domain name.
Once the setting is completed, the DDNS address will be:
http://hostname.microcamddns.com
For example, if you enter the host name as “vvr4004xxxx”, then the address will be:
http://vvr4004xxxx.microcamddns.com
1. Right-click a mouse over the live screen to open Sub Menu.
2. Select SETUP and enter Password (Default password: 1111) to login Setup
menu.
3. Go to NETWORK Setup.
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4. Set DDNS as SERVER1 and click
button. Then EASY DDNS menu will
display.
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Automatic Host name registration
i. Click AUTO button. Then the MAC Address of DVR will be
registered automatically as a host name on DDNS.
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Manual Host name registration
i. Click
button. Then the keyboard window will display.
5. After an exit from SETUP menu, the bellow DDNS NOTIFY window will display.
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6. In order to check the DDNS connection status, Right-click of mouse over the
live screen and select SYSTEM INFORMATION.
12. NETWORK VIEWER
12-1. PC System Requirement
Minimum System Requirements
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Windows XP, Windows 7 Operating System
Intel Dual Core 2.0 Ghz Processor
2GB RAM
256 MB+ nVidia or ATi Video Card
DirectX 9.0C or Higher
Disk Space 1 GB
Mbps Download / 768 Kbps Upload Network Connection
1280x1024 Resolution Monitor
Recommended System Requirements
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Windows XP, Windows 7 Operating System
Intel Quad Core 2.0 Ghz Processor
4GB RAM
512 MB+ nVidia or ATi Video Card
DirectX 9.0C or Higher
Disk Space 10 GB
7.1 Mbps Download / 1.0 Mbps Upload Network Connection
1920x1080 Resolution Monitor
12-2. Installation
1. Insert the provided Software CD in the CD Drive and Double Click “Microcam Single
Client.exe”
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2. Select a destination folder and click “NEXT”
3. Select the Program Folder and click “NEXT”
4. The installation Process will begin.
5. After the installation is completed, “Microcam Single Client” icon will be displayed on
the desktop.
12-3. Live Mode
1. Right click on live streaming image and select either Main Streaming or Sub Streaming.
Main Streaming option streams the actual recording quality video, and Sub streaming
option streams at “Dual streaming” quality in Network menu.
* Please note Main Streaming requires a fast network uploading speed.
Button
Function
Description
DATE & TIME
Displays the current DATE & TIME
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CONNECT/DISCONN
ECT
SEARCH
Connect or Disconnect network
connection
Switches to SEARCH MODE
DISPLAY MODE
Allows the user to select a
CHANNEL or change the DISPLAY
MODE
Allows the user to control the PTZ
camera
PTZ
SCAN
Allows the user to scan the PTZ
camera
TOUR
Allows the user to tour the PTZ
camera
MENU
Allows the user to open the PTZ
menu
CAPTURE
Capture a still image from LIVE
MODE
PAUSE
Pause the frame during LIVE
MODE
BACKUP
Backup video from LIVE MODE
PRESET
Allows user to change the PTZ
Preset
SETUP
Opens the SETUP MENU
ALARM
Turn ON/OFF the ALARM-OUT
HDD USAGE
Displays the current HDD Usage
Status
Displays real time FPS and Bit
Rate
Allows the user to ADJUST the
AUDIO volume
NETWORK
BANDWIDTH
AUDIO
LOG
Displays the EVENT LOG, DATE
and TIME
NOTE: DIGITAL ZOOM is only available in SINGLE CHANNEL viewing.
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12-4. Search Mode
Button
Function
Description
DATE & TIME
Displays the recording time of the
data selected
Connect or Disconnect network
connection
Switches to LIVE MODE
CONNECT/DISCONNECT
LIVE MODE
CAPTURE
Capture a still image in SEARCH
MODE
MARK IN
Allows the user to set the starting
time for video BACKUP
MARK OUT
Allows the user to set the ending
time for video BACKUP
BACKUP
Allows the user to BACKUP the
selected data
SEARCH CALENDAR
The calendar displays recorded
data in blue
TIMELINE BAR
TIMELINE BAR of recorded data is
displayed in blue
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PLAYBACK BUTTONS
Playback buttons
DISPLAY MODE
Allows the user to select a
CHANNEL or change the DISPLAY
MODE
NOTE: DIGITAL ZOOM is only available in SINGLE CHANNEL viewing.
12-5. Operation
12-5-1. Digital Zoom
Digital Zoom allows the user to digitally zoom into any area during single channel viewing.
Use the mouse scroll to digitally zoom in and zoom out. Digital zoom is available in both LIVE
MODE and SEARCH MODE.
NOTE: DIGITAL ZOOM is only available in SINGLE CHANNEL viewing.
12-5-2. Full Screen Display
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A single CHANNEL can be displayed in FULL SCREEN by selected FULL SCREEN in the SUB
MENU. The SUB MENU can be opened by right clicking on a specific CHANNEL.
NOTE: DIGITAL ZOOM is only available in SINGLE CHANNEL viewing.
12-5-3. Playback Buttons
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REW – x1, x2, x4, x8, x16, x32 (Allows the user to REWIND during PLAYBACK)
F/MIN – 1 MINUTE, 1 SECOND (Allows the user to REWIND 1 MINUTE during
PLAYBACK and 1 SECOND when PAUSED)
F/REW – FRAME REWIND (Allows the user to REWIND 1 FRAME during PLAYBACK)
PLAY/PAUSE – Allows user to PLAY or PAUSE during PLAYBACK.
F/MIN – 1 MINUTE, 1 SECOND (Allows the user to FAST FORWARD 1 MINUTE
during PLAYBACK and 1 SECOND when PAUSED)
F/ADV – FRAME FORWARD (Allows the user to FORWARD 1 FRAME during
PLAYBACK)
FF – x1, x2, x4, x8, x16, x32 (Allows the user to FAST FORWARD during PLAYBACK)
12-5-4. Timeline Bar
TIMELINE BAR allows the user to select a specific PLAYBACK time.
TIMELINE HOURS – Allows the user to DISPLAY the TIMELINE BAR in HOURS.
TIMELINE MINUTES – Allows the user to DISPLAY the TIMLEINE BAR in MINUTES.
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12-5-5. Backup
1
CAPTURE – Allows the user to CAPTURE a still image.
2
MARK IN – Allows the user to set the starting time for video BACKUP.
3
MARK OUT – Allows the user to set the ending time for video BACKUP.
4
BACKUP – Allows the user to BACKUP the selected data.
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12-6. Local Setup
12-6-1. General
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SECURITY OPTION
o STARTUP – Allows the user to enter a password during UMS STARTUP.
o SHUTDOWN – Allows the user to enter a password during UMS SHUTDOWN.
o SEARCH – Allows the user to enter a password during SEARCH.
o LIVE MONITORING – Allows the user to enter a password during LIVE
MONITORING.
o SETUP – Allows the user to enter a password during SETUP.
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SAVE PATH
o CAPTURE – Allows the user to change the CAPTURE SAVE PATH.
o BACKUP – Allows the user to change the BACKUP SAVE PATH.
MISCELLANEOUS
o DISPLAY NETWORK STATISTICS – Allows the user Enable or Disable DISPLAY
NETWORK STATISTICS.
o AUTOMATIC RECONNECTION – Allows the user to Enable or Disable
AUTOMATIC RECONNECTION.
o TIME FORMAT – Allows the user to change the DATE FORMAT display from the
following; YYYY/MM/DD, MM/DD/YYYY, DD/MM/YYYY, YYYY-MM-DD, MM-DDYYYY, DD-MM-YYYY.
12-6-2.Site
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SITE ADDITION – Allows the user to ADD a new SITE.
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o
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SITE NAME – Allows the user to enter the specific SITE NAME.
IP ADDRESS – Allows the user to enter the specific IP ADDRESS.
PORT NO. – Allows the user to enter the specific PORT NO.
ID – Allows the user to enter the specific ID.
PASSWORD – Allows the user to enter the specific PASSWORD.
CHANNELS – Allows the user to select the DVR CHANNELS.
o DISPLAY DEVEICE CHANNEL NAME – Allows the user to Enable or Disable
the DISPLAY DEVICE CHANNEL NAME.
SITE MODIFY – Allows the user to MODIFY an existing SITE.
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12-6-3. Event
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PATH – Allows the user to change the LOG SAVE PATH.
SIZE – Allows the user to set the LOG SIZE.
EVENT – Allows the user to set the EVENT LOG, ICON, EVENT LIST.
o LOG – Allows the user to ENABLE or DISABLE LOG for the following options;
STARUP, SHUTDOWN, SETUP CHANGE, SENESOR IN, ALARM OUT, MOTION,
CAMERA LOSS, NETWORK LOSS, RECORD
o ICON – Allows the user to ENABLE or DISABLE ICON DISPLAY in the LOG
WINDOW for the following options; STARUP, SHUTDOWN, SETUP CHANGE,
SENESOR IN, ALARM OUT, MOTION, CAMERA LOSS, NETWORK LOSS, RECORD
o EVENT LIST – Allows the user to ENABLE or DISABLE EVENT LOG for the
following options; STARUP, SHUTDOWN, SETUP CHANGE, SENESOR IN, ALARM
OUT, MOTION, CAMERA LOSS, NETWORK LOSS, RECORD
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12-6-4. Event Search
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FROM – Allows the user to set the FIRST DATE and TIME for EVENT SEARCH.
TO – Allows the user to set the LAST DATE and TIME for EVENT SEARCH.
FIND – Allows the user to FIND the EVENT SEARCH for the selected DATE and TIME.
PATH – Allows the user to change the EVENT SEARCH LOG path.
SAVE – Allows the user to SAVE the EVENT SEARCH LOG.
12-6-5. Record
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RECORD CONDITION – ALWAYS, EVENT, AUTO RECORD (Allows the user to set the
RECORD CONDITION)
o ALWAYS – Allows the user to ALWAYS RECORD when CONNECTED to a SITE.
o EVENT – Allows the user to RECORD when an EVENT is TRIGGERED.
o AUTO RECORD –
EVENT – Allows the user to set the EVENT RECORD CONDITION.
o MOTION – Enable or Disable MOTION EVENT for RECORD CONDITION.
o ALARM – Enable or Disable ALARM EVENT for RECORD CONDITION.
o DURATION – 1 ~ 3000 (Allows the user to set the EVENT DURATION in
SECONDS)
CHANNELS – CH 1 ~ CH 16 (Allows the user to select specific CHANNELS for RECORD
CONDITION)
12-6-6. Disk
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DISK SPACE – 1MB ~ 100GB (Allows the user to set the RECORDING PATH and SIZE
LIMIT)
DISK INFO – Displays the current DISK INFO.
o TOTAL SPACE – Displays the TOTAL SPACE of the DISK.
o FREE SPACE – Displays the remaining FREE SPACE of the DISK.
DISK FULL – Allows the user to set the action when the DISK is FULL.
o REPLACE OLDEST FILES – Allows the user to Enable or Disable OVERWRITE
when the DISK is FULL.
o STOP RECORDING – Allows the user to Enable or Disable STOP RECORDING
when the DISK is FULL.
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12-6-7.Display
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SECONDARY MONITOR IMAGE CORRECTION – Allows the user to ENABLE or DISABLE
SECONDARY MONITOR IMAGE CORRECTION when using a secondary monitor.
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13. CMS
13-1. PC System Requirement
Minimum System Requirements
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Windows XP, Windows 7 Operating System
Intel Dual Core 2.0 Ghz Processor
2GB RAM
256 MB+ nVidia or ATi Video Card
DirectX 9.0C or Higher
Disk Space 1 GB
Mbps Download / 768 Kbps Upload Network Connection
1280x1024 Resolution Monitor
Recommended System Requirements
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Windows XP, Windows 7 Operating System
Intel Quad Core 2.0 Ghz Processor
4GB RAM
512 MB+ nVidia or ATi Video Card
DirectX 9.0C or Higher
Disk Space 10 GB
Mbps Download / 1.0 Mbps Upload Network Connection
1920x1080 Resolution Monitor
13-2. Installation
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Insert the provided Software CD in the CD Drive and Double Click “Microcam CMS.exe”
Select a destination folder and click “NEXT”
Select the Program Folder and click “NEXT”
The installation Process will begin.
After the installation is completed, “Microcam CMS” icon will be displayed on the
desktop.
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13-2. Live Mode
Button
Function
Description
GROUP
Allows the user to select and manage a
group.
CONNECT to selected SITES
DISCONNECT from selected SITES
Playback recorded data on remote DVR
LIVE
SEARCH
DEVICE
Allows the user to access remote DVR for
remote setting.
SCREEN MODE
Allows user to switch selected SCREEN SPLIT
MODE
Enable/Disable SEQUENCE on selected SITE
SEQUENCE
VIEW
GROUP
ON/OFF GROUP window display
ON/OFF LOG window display
ON/OFF CAMERA CONTROL window display
Shows GROUP information
LOG
Shows LOG information
CAMERA
CONTROL
Shows CAMERA CONTROL OSD
STATUS BAR
Shows STATUS BAR
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13-3. Operations
13-3-1. Group Management
1. Click
2. Click
button. Then MANAGEMENT window will display.
button to add new site.
3. Input the proper site information.
4. Click button. Then “Group-1” will be generated.
5.
Click the site on SAVED SITES and the group on GROUPS. And click
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6. Click
7. Click
to add the site to the group.
button to apply.
13-3-2. Connection
1. Click
button.
2. Group window will show the connection process status. The icon color of connected site
and channel
will changed in to Green
.
3. Click and hold the connected site or channel and drag over live display window.
4. The selected site will be connected.
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13-3-3. Playback
1. Select the site from GROUP window
2. Click
button. Then Remote Search Widow will display.
3. Select the target date and time. And click button to playback.
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13-3-4. Setup
1. Select the site from GROUP window
2. Click
button. Then Remote Setup Login Widow will display.
3. Enter the password. Then the setup menu will display. (NOTE: The default password is 1111)
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14. Web Client
14-1. PC System Requirement
Minimum System Requirements
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Windows XP, Windows 7 Operating System
Intel Dual Core 2.0 Ghz Processor
2GB RAM
256 MB+ nVidia or ATi Video Card
DirectX 9.0C or Higher
Disk Space 1 GB
Mbps Download / 768 Kbps Upload Network Connection
1280x1024 Resolution Monitor
Recommended System Requirements
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
Windows XP, Windows 7 Operating System
Intel Quad Core 2.0 Ghz Processor
4GB RAM
512 MB+ nVidia or ATi Video Card
DirectX 9.0C or Higher
Disk Space 10 GB
Mbps Download / 1.0 Mbps Upload Network Connection
1920x1080 Resolution Monitor
14-2. Installation
1. Open Internet Explorer and enter the IP address or the domain name of the DVR to
open the Web Client.
2. Install the ActiveX when prompted.
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14-3. Live Mode
Button
Function
Description
DATE & TIME
Displays the current DATE &
TIME
CONNECT/DISCONNE Connect or Disconnect network
CT
connection
SEARCH
Switches to SEARCH MODE
DISPLAY MODE
PTZ
Allows the user to select a
CHANNEL or change the
DISPLAY MODE
Allows the user to control the
PTZ camera
SCAN
Allows the user to scan the PTZ
camera
TOUR
Allows the user to tour the PTZ
camera
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MENU
Allows the user to open the
PTZ menu
CAPTURE
Capture a still image from LIVE
MODE
PAUSE
Pause the frame during LIVE
MODE
PRESET
Allows the user to change the
PTZ Preset
SETUP
Opens the SETUP MENU
HDD USAGE
Displays the current HDD
Usage Status
Displays real time FPS and
BitRate
Allows the user to ADJUST the
AUDIO volume
NETWORK
BANDWIDTH
AUDIO
LOG
Displays the EVENT LOG, DATE
and TIME
DIGITAL ZOOM
Allows the user to DIGITAL
ZOOM during LIVE MODE and
SEARCH MODE
NOTE: DIGITAL ZOOM is only available in SINGLE CHANNEL viewing.
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14-4. Search Mode
Button
Function
Description
DATE & TIME
Displays the recording time of the
data selected
Connect or Disconnect network
connection
Switches to LIVE MODE
CONNECT/DISCONNECT
LIVE MODE
CAPTURE
Capture a still image in SEARCH
MODE
MARK IN
Allows the user to set the starting
time for video BACKUP
MARK OUT
Allows the user to set the ending
time for video BACKUP
BACKUP
Allows the user to BACKUP the
selected data
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SEARCH CALENDAR
The calendar displays recorded
data in blue
TIMELINE BAR
TIMELINE BAR of recorded data is
displayed in blue
Playback the buttons
PLAYBACK BUTTONS
DISPLAY MODE
DIGITAL ZOOM
Allows the user to select a
CHANNEL or change the DISPLAY
MODE
Allows the user to DIGITAL ZOOM
during LIVE MODE and SEARCH
MODE
NOTE: DIGITAL ZOOM is only available in SINGLE CHANNEL viewing.
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14-5. Operations
14-5-1. Digital Zoom
Digital Zoom allows the user to digitally zoom into any area during single channel viewing.
Use the mouse scroll to digitally zoom in and zoom out. Digital zoom is available in both LIVE
MODE and SEARCH MODE.
NOTE: DIGITAL ZOOM is only available in SINGLE CHANNEL viewing.
14-5-2. Playback Buttons
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▶/ II
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|▶
▶▶
REW – x1, x2, x4, x8, x16, x32 (Allows the user to REWIND during PLAYBACK)
F/MIN – 1 MINUTE, 1 SECOND (Allows the user to REWIND 1 MINUTE during
PLAYBACK and 1 SECOND when PAUSED)
F/REW – FRAME REWIND (Allows the user to REWIND 1 FRAME during PLAYBACK)
PLAY/PAUSE – Allows the user to PLAY or PAUSE during PLAYBACK.
F/MIN – 1 MINUTE, 1 SECOND (Allows the user to FAST FORWARD 1 MINUTE during
PLAYBACK and 1 SECOND when PAUSED)
F/ADV – FRAME FORWARD (Allows the user to FORWARD 1 FRAME during
PLAYBACK)
FF – x1, x2, x4, x8, x16, x32 (Allows the user to FAST FORWARD during PLAYBACK)
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14-5-3. Web Client Backup
1.
CAPTURE – Allows the user to CAPTURE a still image.
2.
MARK IN – Allows the user to set the starting time for video BACKUP.
3.
MARK OUT – Allows the user to set the ending time for video BACKUP.
4.
BACKUP – Allows the user to BACKUP the selected data.
15. Smartphone Viewer App
15-1. Viewer for iPhone
1. Enter the Apple App Store.
2. Search “Microcam” in the App Store.
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15-1-1. Live
1. Open the “Microcam” App has been installed, select the “+” to add a device.
2. Select the registered device and select “Live” or Playback” and select “Connect”
.
3. The app will display all channels when connected to the device. Double tap the screen to
switch to a 1 channel display or vice versa to return to the previous display mode.
15-1-2.PTZ Control
To control the PTZ functions of the camera, tap the menu button. Then PTZ menu icons will display.
Using the PTZ icon on the screen, control PTZF control.
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15-1-3. Playback
1. Select the registered device and select the channels up to 4 channels to search and playback.
Select Mode as ‘Playback’
display.
and click ‘Connect’
. Then the search window will
2. Select the date, hour, minute, AM/PM and click ‘Connect & Play’
3. The app will display the selected channel(s).
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.
4. Tap the menu button. Then Playback menu icons will display.
15-2. Viewer for Android Phone
1. Enter the Android Google Play Store.
2. Search “Microcam” in the Android Market and install the app.
15-2-1. Live/Playback
1. Open the installed “Microcam” App and select the “Live View / Playback”. Then click the menu
button of the phone to add a remote device.
2. Select the registered device and select the channels to monitor up to 4 channels. Then press
SELECT button.
3. The app will display the selected channel(s).
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4. To control the PTZ function of the camera, tap the channel screen, then the channel name will
be highlighted in Yellow. Using the PTZ menu icons on the screen, control PTZF control.
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