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8ch NVR User’s Manual
V 1.4.1
Table of Contents
1
Features and Specifications ...............................................................................................................1
1.1
Overview ........................................................................................................................................1
1.2
Features .........................................................................................................................................1
1.3
Specifications ................................................................................................................................2
1.3.1
NVR100/100-P Series ..........................................................................................................2
1.3.2
NVR11/11-P Series ...............................................................................................................4
1.3.3
NVR11H/11H-P Series .........................................................................................................7
1.3.4
NVR41/41-P/41-8P Series ...................................................................................................9
1.3.5
NVR41H/41H-P/41H-8P Series......................................................................................... 11
1.3.6
NVR-ELM-8 Series .............................................................................................................12
1.3.7
NVR44/44-8P/44-16P Series .............................................................................................14
1.3.8
NVR48/48-16P Series ........................................................................................................16
1.3.9
NVR72/72-8P Series...........................................................................................................18
1.3.10 NVR74/74-8P/74-16P Series .............................................................................................20
1.3.11 NVR78/78-16P/78-RH Series ............................................................................................21
1.3.12 NVR70/70-R Series.............................................................................................................23
2 Front Panel and Rear Panel .............................................................................................................26
2.1
Front Panel ..................................................................................................................................26
2.1.1
NVR11/11-P/41/41-P Series ..............................................................................................26
2.1.2
NVR11H/11H-P/41H/41H-P/41H-8P Series ....................................................................26
2.1.3
NVR41-8P Series ................................................................................................................27
2.1.4
NVR-ELM-8 Series ..............................................................................................................27
2.1.5
NVR44/44-8P/44-16P/74/74-8P/74-16P Series ..............................................................29
2.1.6
NVR48/48-16P/78/78-16P Series .....................................................................................31
2.1.7
NVR78-RH Series ...............................................................................................................33
2.1.8
NVR70/70-R Series.............................................................................................................35
2.2
Rear Panel ..................................................................................................................................37
2.2.1
NVR100/100-P Series ........................................................................................................37
2.2.2
NVR11/11-P Series..............................................................................................................38
2.2.3
NVR41/41-P/41-8P Series .................................................................................................39
2.2.4
NVR11H/11H-P/41H/41H-P/41H-8P Series ....................................................................41
2.2.5
NVR-ELM-8 Series .............................................................................................................42
2.2.6
NVR44/44-8P/44-16P Series .............................................................................................44
2.2.7
NVR48/44-16P Series ........................................................................................................46
2.2.8
NVR72 Series ......................................................................................................................48
2.2.9
NVR72-8P Series ................................................................................................................49
2.2.10 NVR74 Series ......................................................................................................................51
2.2.11 NVR74-8P/74-16P Series ..................................................................................................53
2.2.12 NVR78 Series ......................................................................................................................55
2.2.13 NVR78-16P Series ..............................................................................................................57
2.2.14 NVR78-RH Series ...............................................................................................................59
2.2.15 NVR70 Series ......................................................................................................................60
2.2.16 NVR70-R Series ..................................................................................................................62
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2.3
Alarm Connection .......................................................................................................................64
2.3.1
Alarm Port .............................................................................................................................64
2.3.2
Alarm input port ...................................................................................................................65
2.3.3
Alarm input and output port................................................................................................66
2.3.4
Alarm relay specifications ..................................................................................................66
2.4
Bidirectional talk .........................................................................................................................67
2.4.1
Device-end to PC-end ........................................................................................................67
2.4.2
PC-end to the device-end ..................................................................................................67
2.5
Mouse Operation ........................................................................................................................68
3 Device Installation ..............................................................................................................................70
3.1
Check Unpacked NVR ...............................................................................................................70
3.2
About Front Panel and Rear Panel..........................................................................................70
3.3
HDD Installation..........................................................................................................................70
3.3.1
NVR100/100-P Series ........................................................................................................70
3.3.2
NVR11/11-P/41/41-P/41-8P Series ..................................................................................71
3.3.3
NVR11H/11H-P/41H/41H-P/41H-8P Series ....................................................................72
3.3.4
NVR-ELM-8 Series ..............................................................................................................72
3.3.5
NVR44/44-8P/44-16P/74/74-8P/74-16P/ Series ............................................................73
3.3.6
NVR48/48-16P/NVR78/78-16P Series.............................................................................74
3.3.7
NVR78-RH Series ...............................................................................................................75
3.3.8
NVR70/70-R Series.............................................................................................................76
3.4
CD-ROM Installation ..................................................................................................................77
3.5
Connection Sample....................................................................................................................78
3.5.1
NVR100/NVR100-P Series ................................................................................................78
3.5.2
NVR11/11-P/41/41-P/41-8P Series ..................................................................................79
3.5.3
NVR11H/11H-P/41H/41H-P/41H-8P Series ....................................................................80
3.5.4
NVR-ELM-8 Series .............................................................................................................81
3.5.5
NVR44/44-8P/44-16P Series .............................................................................................82
3.5.6
NVR48/48-16P Series ........................................................................................................83
3.5.7
NVR72 Series ......................................................................................................................84
3.5.8
NVR72-8P Series ................................................................................................................84
3.5.9
NVR74 Series ......................................................................................................................85
3.5.10 NVR74-8P/74-16P Series ..................................................................................................86
3.5.11 NVR78 Series ......................................................................................................................87
3.5.12 NVR78-16P Series ..............................................................................................................88
3.5.13 NVR78-RH Series ...............................................................................................................89
3.5.14 NVR70 Series ......................................................................................................................90
3.5.15 NVR70-R Series ..................................................................................................................91
4 Local Basic Operation .......................................................................................................................93
4.1
Boot up and Shutdown ..............................................................................................................93
4.1.1
Boot up ..................................................................................................................................93
4.1.2
Shutdown ..............................................................................................................................93
4.2
Startup Wizard ............................................................................................................................93
4.3
Navigation Bar ............................................................................................................................97
4.3.1
Main Menu ............................................................................................................................97
4.3.2
Dual-screen operation ........................................................................................................97
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4.3.3
Output Screen ......................................................................................................................98
4.3.4
Tour ........................................................................................................................................98
4.3.5
PTZ ........................................................................................................................................98
4.3.6
Color ......................................................................................................................................98
4.3.7
Search ...................................................................................................................................98
4.3.8
Alarm Status .........................................................................................................................98
4.3.9
Channel Info .........................................................................................................................98
4.3.10 Remote Device ....................................................................................................................99
4.3.11 Network .................................................................................................................................99
4.3.12 HDD Manager ......................................................................................................................99
4.3.13 USB Manager.......................................................................................................................99
4.4
Remote Device ...........................................................................................................................99
4.4.1
Remote Device Connection ...............................................................................................99
4.4.2
Short-Cut Menu .................................................................................................................100
4.4.3
Image ..................................................................................................................................101
4.4.4
Channel Name ...................................................................................................................102
4.4.5
Upgrade ..............................................................................................................................103
4.4.6
UPNP ..................................................................................................................................104
4.4.7
Built-in Switch Setup .........................................................................................................104
4.5
Preview ......................................................................................................................................104
4.5.1
Preview ...............................................................................................................................105
4.5.2
Preview control interface ..................................................................................................105
4.5.3
Right Click Menu ...............................................................................................................107
4.5.4
Preview Display Effect Setup ..........................................................................................107
4.5.4.1
Video Color ................................................................................................................108
4.5.4.2
Display .......................................................................................................................109
4.5.4.3
TV adjust .................................................................................................................... 110
4.5.5
Preview Tour Parameters ................................................................................................ 110
4.6
PTZ ............................................................................................................................................. 111
4.6.1
PTZ Settings....................................................................................................................... 111
4.6.2
PTZ Control ........................................................................................................................ 113
4.6.2.1
PTZ Function Setup ................................................................................................. 115
4.6.2.2
Call PTZ Function ..................................................................................................... 117
4.7
Record and Snapshot .............................................................................................................. 118
4.7.1
Encode ................................................................................................................................ 118
4.7.1.1
Encode ....................................................................................................................... 118
4.7.1.2
Overlay....................................................................................................................... 119
4.7.1.3
Snapshot ....................................................................................................................120
4.7.2
Schedule .............................................................................................................................121
4.7.2.1
Schedule Record ......................................................................................................121
4.7.2.2
Schedule Snapshot ..................................................................................................124
4.7.3
Motion detect record/snapshot ........................................................................................126
4.7.3.1
Motion detect record ................................................................................................126
4.7.3.2
Motion Detect Snapshot ..........................................................................................128
4.7.4
Alarm Record/Snapshot ...................................................................................................129
4.7.4.1
Alarm Record ............................................................................................................129
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4.7.4.2
Alarm Snapshot ........................................................................................................130
4.7.5
Manual Record/Snapshot .................................................................................................131
4.7.5.1
Manual Record .........................................................................................................131
4.7.5.2
Manual Snapshot......................................................................................................132
4.7.6
Holiday Record/Snapshot ................................................................................................132
4.7.6.1
Holiday Record .........................................................................................................132
4.7.6.2
Holiday Snapshot .....................................................................................................134
4.7.7
Other Record/Snapshot ....................................................................................................134
4.8
Playback and Search ...............................................................................................................134
4.8.1
Real-time Playback ...........................................................................................................134
4.8.2
Search Interface ................................................................................................................135
4.8.2.1
Smart Search ............................................................................................................139
4.8.2.2
Accurate playback by time ......................................................................................139
4.8.2.3
Mark Playback ..........................................................................................................140
4.8.3
Picture Playback ................................................................................................................141
4.9
Backup .......................................................................................................................................141
4.9.1
File Backup .........................................................................................................................141
4.9.2
Import/Export......................................................................................................................143
4.9.3
Backup Log.........................................................................................................................144
4.9.4
USB Device Auto Pop-up .................................................................................................144
4.10 Alarm ..........................................................................................................................................145
4.10.1 Detect Alarm.......................................................................................................................145
4.10.1.1 Motion Detect ............................................................................................................145
4.10.1.2 Tampering ..................................................................................................................149
4.10.1.3 Video Loss .................................................................................................................150
4.10.2 Alarm output .......................................................................................................................151
4.10.3 Alarm Setup ........................................................................................................................152
4.10.4 Abnormality.........................................................................................................................157
4.11 Network ......................................................................................................................................159
4.11.1 Basic Setup ........................................................................................................................159
4.11.1.1 Connection ................................................................................................................161
4.11.1.2 WIFI ............................................................................................................................162
4.11.1.3 3G ...............................................................................................................................163
4.11.1.4 PPPoE ........................................................................................................................164
4.11.1.5 DDNS Setup ..............................................................................................................165
4.11.1.6 UPnP ..........................................................................................................................167
4.11.1.7 IP Filter .......................................................................................................................168
4.11.1.8 Email...........................................................................................................................170
4.11.1.9 FTP .............................................................................................................................171
4.11.1.10 SNMP.........................................................................................................................173
4.11.1.11 Multicast.....................................................................................................................173
4.11.1.12 Alarm Centre.............................................................................................................175
4.11.1.13 Auto register..............................................................................................................175
4.11.1.14 SWITCH ....................................................................................................................176
4.11.1.15 P2P.............................................................................................................................177
4.11.2 Network Test .......................................................................................................................177
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4.11.2.1 Network Test..............................................................................................................177
4.11.2.2 Network Load ............................................................................................................178
4.12 HDD Setup ................................................................................................................................179
4.12.1 Format .................................................................................................................................179
4.12.2 HDD Information ................................................................................................................180
4.12.3 Advanced ............................................................................................................................182
4.12.4 RAID Manager ...................................................................................................................184
4.12.4.1 RAID Config ..............................................................................................................185
4.12.4.2 Hotspare disks ..........................................................................................................185
4.13 Basic Setups .............................................................................................................................186
4.13.1 Device Setup ......................................................................................................................186
4.13.2 Data and Time ...................................................................................................................187
4.13.3 Holiday ................................................................................................................................188
4.14 Device Maintenance and Manager ........................................................................................189
4.14.1 System Info.........................................................................................................................189
4.14.1.1 Version .......................................................................................................................189
4.14.1.2 BPS ............................................................................................................................190
4.14.1.3 Online User ...............................................................................................................190
4.14.1.4 Remote Device Information ....................................................................................191
4.14.1.5 Remote.......................................................................................................................192
4.14.1.5.1 Device Status...........................................................................................................192
4.14.1.5.2 Firmware .................................................................................................................193
4.14.2 Log .......................................................................................................................................194
4.14.3 Account ...............................................................................................................................195
4.14.3.1 Add/Modify Group ....................................................................................................196
4.14.3.2 Add/Modify User .......................................................................................................197
4.14.4 Update .................................................................................................................................198
4.14.5 Default .................................................................................................................................199
4.14.6 RS232 .................................................................................................................................199
4.14.7 Auto Maintain .....................................................................................................................200
4.14.8 Logout /Shutdown/Restart ................................................................................................201
5 Web Operation..................................................................................................................................202
5.1
General Introduction ................................................................................................................202
5.1.1
Preparation .........................................................................................................................202
5.1.2
Log in ...................................................................................................................................203
5.2
LAN Mode..................................................................................................................................204
5.3
Real-time Monitor .....................................................................................................................206
5.4
PTZ .............................................................................................................................................207
5.5
Image/Alarm-out .......................................................................................................................209
5.5.1
Image ..................................................................................................................................209
5.5.2
Alarm output .......................................................................................................................209
5.6
Zero-channel Encode ..............................................................................................................209
5.7
WAN Login ................................................................................................................................210
5.8
Setup .......................................................................................................................................... 211
5.8.1
Camera ............................................................................................................................... 211
5.8.1.1
Remote Device ......................................................................................................... 211
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5.8.1.2
Image .........................................................................................................................213
5.8.1.3
Encode .......................................................................................................................215
5.8.1.3.1 Encode.......................................................................................................................215
5.8.1.3.2 Snapshot ....................................................................................................................217
5.8.1.3.3 Video Overlay ...........................................................................................................218
5.8.1.3.4 Path ...........................................................................................................................218
5.8.1.4
Channel Name ..........................................................................................................219
5.8.1.5
IPC Upgrade .............................................................................................................219
5.8.2
Network ...............................................................................................................................220
5.8.2.1
TCP/IP ........................................................................................................................220
5.8.2.2
P2P .............................................................................................................................221
5.8.2.3
Connection ................................................................................................................221
5.8.2.4
WIFI ............................................................................................................................222
5.8.2.5
3G ...............................................................................................................................223
5.8.2.5.1 CDMA/GPRS ...........................................................................................................223
5.8.2.5.2 Mobile .......................................................................................................................224
5.8.2.6
PPPoE ........................................................................................................................224
5.8.2.7
DDNS .........................................................................................................................225
5.8.2.8
IP filter ........................................................................................................................226
5.8.2.9
Email...........................................................................................................................227
5.8.2.10 UPnP ..........................................................................................................................228
5.8.2.11 SNMP .........................................................................................................................229
5.8.2.12 Multicast .....................................................................................................................230
5.8.2.13 Auto Register ............................................................................................................230
5.8.2.14 Alarm Centre .............................................................................................................231
5.8.2.15 HTTPS .......................................................................................................................231
5.8.2.15.1 Create Server Certificate .........................................................................................232
5.8.2.15.2 Download root certificate ........................................................................................232
5.8.2.15.3 View and set HTTPS port .......................................................................................235
5.8.2.15.4 Login .......................................................................................................................236
5.8.3
Event ...................................................................................................................................236
5.8.3.1
Video detect ..............................................................................................................236
5.8.3.1.1 Motion Detect ...........................................................................................................236
5.8.3.1.2 Video Loss ................................................................................................................240
5.8.3.1.3 Tampering .................................................................................................................241
5.8.3.2
Alarm ..........................................................................................................................241
5.8.3.2.1 Local Alarm ..............................................................................................................241
5.8.3.2.2 Net Alarm ..................................................................................................................244
5.8.3.2.3 IPC external alarm ....................................................................................................244
5.8.3.2.4 IPC Offline Alarm .....................................................................................................245
5.8.3.3
Abnormality ...............................................................................................................246
5.8.4
Storage ................................................................................................................................248
5.8.4.1
Schedule ....................................................................................................................248
5.8.4.2
HDD Manager ...........................................................................................................250
5.8.4.2.1 Local Storage ............................................................................................................250
5.8.4.2.2 HDD ..........................................................................................................................250
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5.8.4.2.3 FTP ............................................................................................................................250
5.8.4.3
Record Control ..........................................................................................................251
5.8.4.4
RAID Manager ..........................................................................................................252
5.8.4.4.1 RAID Config .............................................................................................................252
5.8.4.4.2 Hotspare disks ...........................................................................................................252
5.8.4.5
Storage .......................................................................................................................253
5.8.4.5.1 Main Stream ..............................................................................................................253
5.8.4.5.2 Sub Stream ................................................................................................................253
5.8.4.5.3 Snapshot ....................................................................................................................254
5.8.5
Setting .................................................................................................................................254
5.8.5.1
General ......................................................................................................................254
5.8.5.1.1 General ......................................................................................................................254
5.8.5.1.2 Date and time ............................................................................................................255
5.8.5.1.3 Holiday Setup............................................................................................................256
5.8.5.2
Account ......................................................................................................................256
5.8.5.2.1 User name .................................................................................................................257
5.8.5.2.2 Group ........................................................................................................................258
5.8.5.3
Display .......................................................................................................................260
5.8.5.3.1 Display ......................................................................................................................260
5.8.5.3.2 Tour ...........................................................................................................................260
5.8.5.4
Alarm Out...................................................................................................................261
5.8.5.5
Default ........................................................................................................................262
5.8.5.6
Import/Export.............................................................................................................262
5.8.5.7
Auto maintain ............................................................................................................263
5.8.5.8
Upgrade .....................................................................................................................263
5.8.5.9
RS232 ........................................................................................................................264
5.8.5.10 PTZ .............................................................................................................................264
5.9
Information ................................................................................................................................266
5.9.1
Version ................................................................................................................................266
5.9.2
Log .......................................................................................................................................266
5.9.3
Online User.........................................................................................................................267
5.10 Playback ....................................................................................................................................267
5.11 Alarm ..........................................................................................................................................271
5.12 Log out .......................................................................................................................................271
5.13 Un-install Web Control .............................................................................................................272
6 Glossary.............................................................................................................................................273
7 Appendix A HDD Capacity Calculation .........................................................................................274
8 Appendix B Compatible Network Camera ....................................................................................275
9 Appendix C Compatible Backup Device List................................................................................279
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Appendix D Compatible CD/DVD ..............................................................................................287
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Appendix E Compatible Displayer List ......................................................................................288
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Appendix F Toxic or Hazardous Materials or Elements ..........................................................289
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Welcome
Thank you for purchasing our network video recorder!
This user’s manual is designed to be a reference tool for your system.
Please open the accessory bag to check the items one by one in accordance with the list below.
Contact your local retailer ASAP if something is missing or damaged in the bag.
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Important Safeguards and Warnings
1.Electrical safety
All installation and operation here should conform to your local electrical safety codes.
The product must be grounded to reduce the risk of electric shock.
We assume no liability or responsibility for all the fires or electric shock caused by improper
handling or installation.
2.Transportation security
Heavy stress, violent vibration or water splash are not allowed during transportation, storage and
installation.
3.Installation
Keep upwards. Handle with care.
Do not apply power to the NVR before completing installation.
Do not place objects on the NVR
4.Qualified engineers needed
All the examination and repair work should be done by the qualified service engineers.
We are not liable for any problems caused by unauthorized modifications or attempted repair.
5.Environment
The NVR should be installed in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight, inflammable, explosive
substances and etc.
This series product shall be transported, storage and used in the specified environments.
Environment which needs to comply with the following conditions:
 The function of the ITE being investigated to IEC 60950-1 is considered not likely to require
connection to an Ethernet network with outside plant routing, including campus environment.
 The installation instructions clearly state that the ITE is to be connected only to PoE networks
without routing to the outside plant.
6. Accessories
Be sure to use all the accessories recommended by manufacturer.
Before installation, please open the package and check all the components are included.
Contact your local retailer ASAP if something is broken in your package.
7. Lithium battery
Improper battery use may result in fire, explosion, or personal injury!
When replace the battery, please make sure you are using the same model!
CAUTION
RISK OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS REPLACED BY AN INCORRECT TYPE.
DISPOSE OF USED BATTERIES ACCORIDNG TO THE INSTRUCTIONS.
Before your operation please read the following instructions carefully.
 Installation environment
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Keep away from extreme hot places and sources;
Avoid direct sunlight;
Keep away from extreme humid places;
Avoid violent vibration;
Do not put other devices on the top of the NVR;
Be installed in well ventilated place; do not block the vent.
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Accessories
Check the following accessories after opening the box:
 Please refer to the packing list in the box *
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1 Features and Specifications
1.1 Overview
This series NVR is a high performance network video recorder. This series product support local preview,
multiple-window display, recorded file local storage, remote control and mouse shortcut menu operation,
and remote management and control function.
This series product supports centre storage, front-end storage and client-end storage. The monitor zone
in the front-end can be set in anywhere. Working with other front-end devices such as IPC, NVS, this
series product can establish a strong surveillance network via the CMS. In the network system, there is
only one network cable from the monitor centre to the monitor zone in the whole network. There is no
audio/video cable from the monitor centre to the monitor zone. The whole project is featuring of simple
connection, low-cost, low maintenance work.
This series NVR can be widely used in many areas such as public security, water conservancy,
transportation and education.
1.2 Features
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Real-time
Surveillance
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Playback
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User
Management
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Storage
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Alarm
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VGA, HDMI port. Connect to monitor to realize real-time surveillance.
Some series support TV/VGA/HDMI output at the same time.
Short-cut menu when preview.
Support popular PTZ decoder control protocols. Support preset, tour
and pattern.
Support each channel real-time record independently, and at the same
time it can support search, forward play, network monitor, record search,
download and etc.
Support various playback modes: slow play, fast play, backward play
and frame by frame play.
Support time title overlay so that you can view event accurate occurred
time
Support specified zone enlargement.
Each group has different management powers that can be edited freely.
Every user belongs to an exclusive group.
Via corresponding setup (such as alarm setup and schedule setup), you
can backup related audio/video data in the network video recorder.
Support Web record and record local video and storage the file in the
client end.
Respond to external alarm simultaneously (within 200MS), based on
user’s pre-defined relay setup, system can process the alarm input
correctly and prompt user by screen and voice (support pre-recorded
audio).
Support central alarm server setup, so that alarm information can
remotely notify user automatically. Alarm input can be derived from
various connected peripheral devices.
Alert you via email/sms.
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Network
Monitor
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Through network, sending audio/video data compressed by IPC or NVS
to client-ends, then the data will be decompressed and display.
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Support max 128 connections at the same time.
Transmit audio/video data by HTTP, TCP,
RTP/RTCP and etc.
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Transmit some alarm data or alarm info by SNMP.
Support WEB access in WAN/LAN.
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Adopt the video compression and digital process to show several
windows in one monitor. Support 1/4/8/9/16/ 25/36-window display when
preview and 1/4/9/16-window display when playback.
Support normal/motion detect/alarm record function. Save the recorded
files in the HDD, USB device, client-end PC, or network storage server.
You can search or playback the saved files at the local-end or via the
Web/USB device.
Support network backup, USB2.0 record backup function, the recorded
files can be saved in network storage server, peripheral USB2.0
device, burner and etc.
Supervise NVR configuration and control power via Ethernet.
Support management via WEB.
Support peripheral equipment management such as protocol setup and
port connection.
Support transparent data transmission such as RS232 (RS-422), RS485
(RS-485).
Support switch between NTSC and PAL.
Support real-time system resources information and running statistics
display.
Support log file.
Local GUI output. Shortcut menu operation via mouse.
IR control function (For some series product only.). Shortcut menu
operation via remote control.
Support IPC or NVS remote video preview and control.
Window Split
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Record
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Backup
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Network
Management
Peripheral
Equipment
Management
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
Auxiliary

UDP, MULTICAST,
1.3 Specifications
1.3.1 NVR100/100-P Series
Model
System
Decode
100 Series
System
Resources
100-P Series
4/8-ch series product support 4/8 HD connection respectively. Total
bandwidth supports 28/56Mbps respectively.
OS
Embedded Linux real-time operation system
Operation
Interface
WEB/Local GUI
Video
H.264/MJPEG
Decode
2
Model
100 Series
100-P Series
Type
Video
Decode
Capability
Max 2-ch 1080P 30fps
or
4-ch 720P 30fps or
Video Input
4/8-ch network compression video input
Video Output
1-channel VGA analog video output
HDMI
1-ch HDMI output. Version number is 1.4
Window Split
1/4/8-window
8-ch D1 30fps
N/A
Audio
Audio Input
N/A
Audio Output
Alarm
Funciton
Port and
Indicator
Audio
Compression
Standard
G.711a
Alarm Input
N/A
Alarm Output
N/A
Storage
1 built-in 2.5-inch SATA port
Multiple-Chann
el Playback
Max 8-channel D1 or 4-channel 720P or 2-channel 1080P playback
RS232 Port
N/A
RS485 Port
N/A
2 peripheral USB2.0 ports.
USB Port
3
Model
100 Series
Network
Connection
PoE
Power Port
Power Button
Power
Button
On-off
IR
Receiver
Window
Clock
General
1 RJ45 10/100Mbps self-adaptive Ethernet port.
N/A
4
1 power socket. Power adapter
power supplying mode. DC 5V
2A power.
1 power socket. Power adapter
power supplying mode. DC 48V
1.25A power.
N/A
N/A
N/A
Built-in clock.
Indicator Light
N/A
Power
Consumption
<10W (Exclude HDD)
Working
Temperature
﹣10℃~﹢55℃
Working
Humidity
10℅~90℅
Air pressure
Dimension
Weight
Installation
Mode
100-P Series
86kPa~106kPa
191.8mm×128.2mm×35.8mm
0.32kg~0.36kg (Exclude HDD)
Desk installation
1.3.2 NVR11/11-P Series
Model
11 Series
11-P Series
4
Model
System
Decode
Video
11 Series
System
Resources
11-P Series
4/8-ch series product support 4/8 HD connection respectively. Total
bandwidth supports 28/56Mbps respectively.
OS
Embedded Linux real-time operation system
Operation
Interface
WEB/Local GUI
Video
Type
H.264/MJPEG
Decode
Decode
Capability
Max 2-ch 1080P 30fps
or
4-ch 720P 30fps or
Video Input
4/8-ch network compression video input
Video Output
1-channel VGA analog video output
HDMI
1-ch HDMI output. Version number is 1.4
Window Split
1/4/8-window
8-ch D1 30fps
1-ch bidirectional talk input
Audio
Audio Input
1-ch bidirectional talk output
Audio Output
Alarm
Funciton
Audio
Compression
Standard
G.711a
Alarm Input
N/A
Alarm Output
N/A
Storage
1 built-in SATA port
5
Model
Port and
Indicator
11 Series
11-P Series
Multiple-Chann
el Playback
Max 8-channel D1 or 4-channel 720P or 2-channel 1080P playback
RS232 Port
N/A
RS485 Port
N/A
2 peripheral USB2.0 ports.
USB Port
Network
Connection
PoE
Power Port
Power Button
Power
Button
On-off
IR
Receiver
Window
Clock
General
1 RJ45 10/100Mbps self-adaptive Ethernet port.
N/A
4
1 power socket. Power adapter
power supplying mode. DC 12V
power.
1 power socket. Power adapter
power supplying mode. DC 48V
power.
N/A
N/A
N/A
Built-in clock.
Indicator Light
One power status indicator light.
One network status indicator light.
One HDD status indicator light.
Power
Consumption
<10W (Exclude HDD)
Working
Temperature
﹣10℃~﹢55℃
Working
Humidity
10℅~90℅
Air pressure
86kPa~106kPa
6
Model
11 Series
Dimension
Weight
11-P Series
205mm×206.75mm×45.2mm
0.5kg~1kg (Exclude HDD)
Installation
Mode
Desk installation
1.3.3 NVR11H/11H-P Series
Model
System
Decode
Video
11H Series
System
Resources
11H-P Series
4/8-ch series product support 4/8 HD connection respectively. Total
bandwidth supports 28/56Mbps respectively.
OS
Embedded Linux real-time operation system
Operation
Interface
WEB/Local GUI
Video
Type
H.264/MJPEG
Decode
Decode
Capability
Max 2-ch 1080P 30fps
or
4-ch 720P 30fps or 8-ch D1 30fps
Video Input
4/8-ch network compression video input
Video Output
1-channel VGA analog video output
HDMI
1-ch HDMI output. Version number is 1.4
Window Split
1/4/8-window
1-ch bidirectional talk input
Audio
Audio Input
1-ch bidirectional talk output
Audio Output
7
Model
Alarm
Funciton
Port and
Indicator
11H Series
11H-P Series
Audio
Compression
Standard
G.711a
Alarm Input
N/A
Alarm Output
N/A
Storage
1 built-in SATA port
Multiple-Chann
el Playback
Max 8-channel D1 or 4-channel 720P or 2-channel 1080P playback
RS232 Port
N/A
RS485 Port
N/A
2 peripheral USB2.0 ports.
USB Port
Network
Connection
PoE
Power Port
Power Button
Power
Button
On-off
IR
Receiver
Window
Clock
1 RJ45 10/100Mbps self-adaptive Ethernet port.
N/A
4
1 power socket. Power adapter
power supplying mode. DC 12V
power.
1 power socket. Power adapter
power supplying mode. DC 48V
power.
N/A
N/A
N/A
Built-in clock.
8
Model
General
11H Series
11H-P Series
Indicator Light
One power status indicator light.
One network status indicator light.
One HDD status indicator light.
Power
Consumption
<10W (Exclude HDD)
Working
Temperature
﹣10℃~﹢55℃
Working
Humidity
10℅~90℅
Air pressure
Dimension
Weight
86kPa~106kPa
325mm×250.58mm×51mm
0.5kg~1kg (Exclude HDD)
Installation
Mode
Desk installation
1.3.4 NVR41/41-P/41-8P Series
Model
System
Decode
Video
41 Series
41-P Series
41-8P Series
System
Resources
4/8/16-ch series product support 4/8/16 HD connection respectively.
Total bandwidth supports 28/56/80Mbps respectively.
OS
Embedded Linux real-time operation system
Operation
Interface
WEB/Local GUI
Video
Type
H.264/MJPEG/MJPEG4
Decode
Decode
Capability
Max 2-ch 5M 25fps
or 8-ch 720P 30fs
or
4-ch 3M 25fps or
Video Input
4/8/16-ch network compression video input
Video Output
1-channel VGA analog video output
HDMI
1-ch HDMI output. Version number is 1.4
Window Split
1/4/8/9/16-window
4-ch 1080P 30fps
9
Model
Audio
Alarm
Funciton
Port and
Indicator
41 Series
41-P Series
Audio Input
1-ch bidirectional talk input
Audio Output
1-ch bidirectional talk output
Audio
Compression
Standard
G.711a
Alarm Input
N/A
Alarm Output
N/A
Storage
1 built-in SATA port
Multiple-Chann
el Playback
Max 4-channel 1080P playback
RS232 Port
N/A
RS485 Port
N/A
USB Port
2 peripheral USB2.0 ports.
41-8P Series
Network
Connection
1 RJ45 10/100Mbps self-adaptive Ethernet port.
PoE Port
N/A
4
Power Port
1 power socket.
Power
adapter
power
supplying
mode.
DC
12V
power.
1 power socket. Power adapter power
supplying mode. DC 48V power.
Power Button
1 button
Power
Button
On-off
N/A
IR
Receiver
Window
N/A
Clock
Built-in clock.
Indicator Light
One power status indicator light.
One network status indicator light.
8
One HDD status indicator light.
General
Power
Consumption
<10W (Exclude HDD)
Working
Temperature
﹣10℃~﹢55℃
Working
Humidity
10℅~90℅
Air pressure
86kPa~106kPa
10
Model
41 Series
41-P Series
Dimension
205mm×206.75mm×45.2mm
Weight
0.5kg~1kg (Exclude HDD)
Installation
Mode
Desk installation
41-8P Series
270mm×204mm×42
mm
1.3.5 NVR41H/41H-P/41H-8P Series
Model
System
Decode
Video
Audio
Alarm
Funciton
Port and
Indicator
41H Series
41H-P Series
41H-8P Series
System
Resources
4/8/16-ch series product support 4/8/16 HD connection respectively.
Total bandwidth supports 28/56/80Mbps respectively.
OS
Embedded Linux real-time operation system
Operation
Interface
WEB/Local GUI
Video
Type
H.264/MJPEG/MJPEG4
Decode
Decode
Capability
Max 2-ch 5M 25fps or
or 8-ch 720P 30fs
4-ch 3M 25fps or
Video Input
4/8/16-ch network compression video input
Video Output
1-channel VGA analog video output
HDMI
1-ch HDMI output. Version number is 1.4
Window Split
1/4/8/9/16-window
Audio Input
1-ch bidirectional talk input
Audio Output
1-ch bidirectional talk output
Audio
Compression
Standard
G.711a
Alarm Input
N/A
Alarm Output
N/A
Storage
1 built-in SATA port
Multiple-Chann
el Playback
Max 4-channel 1080P playback
RS232 Port
N/A
RS485 Port
N/A
4-ch 1080P 30fps
11
Model
41H Series
41H-P Series
41H-8P Series
2 peripheral USB2.0 ports.
USB Port
Network
Connection
1 RJ45 10/100Mbps self-adaptive Ethernet port.
PoE Port
N/A
4
Power Port
1 power socket.
Power
adapter
power
supplying
mode.
DC
12V
power.
1 power socket. Power adapter power
supplying mode. DC 48V power.
Power Button
1 button
Power
Button
On-off
N/A
IR
Receiver
Window
N/A
Clock
Built-in clock.
Indicator Light
One power status indicator light.
One network status indicator light.
8
One HDD status indicator light.
General
Power
Consumption
<10W (Exclude HDD)
Working
Temperature
﹣10℃~﹢55℃
Working
Humidity
10℅~90℅
Air pressure
86kPa~106kPa
Dimension
325mm×250.58mm×51mm
Weight
0.5kg~1kg (Exclude HDD)
Installation
Mode
Desk installation
1.3.6 NVR-ELM-8 Series
Model
System
42-8P Series
System
Resource
s
4/8/16/32-channel series product support 4/8/16/32-channel HD connection
respectively. Main stream bandwidth supports 40/80/160/160Mbps
respectively.
Operation
System
Embedded Linux real-time operation system
12
Decode
Video
Audio
Alarm
Function
Port and
Indicator
Operation
Interface
WEB/Local GUI
Video
Compres
sion
H.264/MJPEG/MPEG4
Decode
Capacity
Max supports 16-channel D1, or 8-channel 720P, or 4-channel 1080P, or
4*3M or 2*5M decode.
Video
Input
4/8/16/32-ch network compression video input
Video
Output
1-channel VGA analog video output.
HDMI
1-ch HDMI output. Version number is 1.4
Window
Split
1/4/8/9/16-window
Audio
Input
1-ch bidirectional talk input
Audio
Output
1-ch bidirectional talk output
Audio
Compres
sion
G.711a
Alarm
Input
4-ch alarm input
Alarm
Output
2-ch alarm output
Storage
2 built-in SATA ports.
Multiple-c
hannel
Playback
Max 8-channel 720P/4-channel 1080P playback at the same time.
RS232
Port
One RS232 port to debug transparent COM data.
RS485
port
One RS485 port to control PTZ. Support various protocols.
USB2.0
Port
Three peripheral USB2.0 ports.
Network
Connecti
on
1 RJ45 10/100/1000Mbps self-adaptive Ethernet port.
Power
Port
One
power
port,
power adapter. Input
DC 12V.
Power
Button
One button. At the rear panel.
Two power ports. Input
DC 12V/DC 48V.
One power ports.
Input 100-240V ,
47~63Hz.
13
General
Power
On-off
Button
One button. At the front-panel.
IR
Receiver
Window
Support IR remote control
Clock
Built-in clock.
Indicator
Light
One power status indicator light.
One network status indicator light.
One HDD status indicator light.
Power
Consump
tion
<30W(Exclude HDD)
Working
Temperat
ure
-10℃~+55℃
Working
Humidity
10℅-90℅
Air
pressure
86kpa-106kpa
Dimensio
n
375mm×287mm×52m
m
Weight
1.5kg~2.5kg(Exclude HDD)
Installatio
n
Desk installation
375mm×287mm×52mm
295mm×275mm×47m
m
1.3.7 NVR44/44-8P/44-16P Series
Model
System
Decode
Video
NVR44 Series
NVR44-8P Series
NVR44-16P Series
System
Resource
s
8/16/32-channel series product support 8/16/32-channel HD connection
respectively. The main stream bandwidth supports 200Mbps.
Operation
System
Embedded Linux real-time operation system
Operation
Interface
WEB/Local GUI
Video
Compres
sion
H.264/MJPEG/MPEG4
Decode
Capacity
Max supports 16-channel D1, or 8-channel 720P, or 4-channel 3M or 2*5M
decode.
Video
Input
8/16/32-ch network compression video input
14
Audio
Alarm
Function
Port and
Indicator
Video
Output
1-channel VGA analog video output.
HDMI
1-ch HDMI output. Version number is 1.4
Window
Split
1/4/8/9/16-window
Audio
Input
1-ch bidirectional talk input
Audio
Output
1-ch bidirectional talk output
Audio
Compres
sion
G.711a
Alarm
Input
16-ch alarm input
Alarm
Output
4-ch alarm output
Storage
4 built-in SATA ports. 1 external eSATA port.
Multiple-c
hannel
Playback
Max 8-channel 720P/4-channel 1080P playback at the same time.
RS232
Port
One RS232 port to debug transparent COM data.
RS485
port
One RS485 port to control PTZ. Support various protocols.
USB2.0
Port
2 peripheral USB2.0 ports. One at the front panel and one at the rear panel.
Network
Connecti
on
One RJ45 10/100/1000Mbps self-adaptive Ethernet port.
Power
Port
One power port. Input 100-240V,50~60Hz.
Power
Button
One button. At the rear panel.
Power
On-off
Button
One button. At the front-panel.
IR
Receiver
Window
Support IR remote control
Clock
Built-in clock.
Relay output. Relay (DC 30V /1A,AC 125V/0.5A(Activation output))
Including one controllable DC +12V output.
15
General
Indicator
Light
One power status indicator light.
One network status indicator light.
One HDD status indicator light.
Power
Consump
tion
<30W(Exclude HDD)
Working
Temperat
ure
-10℃~+55℃
Working
Humidity
10℅-90℅
Air
pressure
86kpa-106kpa
Dimensio
n
1.5U, 440mm × 460mm × 68mm
Weight
5kg~6kg(Exclude HDD)
Installatio
n
Desk installation
1.3.8 NVR48/48-16P Series
Model
System
Decode
Video
Audio
NVR48 Series
NVR48-16P Series
System
Resource
s
8/16/32-channel series product support 8/16/32-channel HD connection
respectively. The main stream bandwidth supports 200Mbps.
Operation
System
Embedded Linux real-time operation system
Operation
Interface
WEB/Local GUI
Video
Compres
sion
H.264/MJPEG/MPEG4
Decode
Capacity
Max supports 16-channel D1, or 8-channel 720P, or 4-channel 3M or 2*5M
decode.
Video
Input
8/16/32-ch network compression video input
Video
Output
1-channel VGA analog video output.
HDMI
1-ch HDMI output. Version number is 1.4
Window
Split
1/4/8/9/16-window
Audio
Input
1-ch bidirectional talk input
16
Alarm
Function
Port and
Indicator
General
Audio
Output
1-ch bidirectional talk output
Audio
Compres
sion
G.711a
Alarm
Input
16-ch alarm input
Alarm
Output
4-ch alarm output
Storage
4 built-in SATA ports. 1 external eSATA port.
Multiple-c
hannel
Playback
Max 8-channel 720P/4-channel 1080P playback at the same time.
RS232
Port
One RS232 port to debug transparent COM data.
RS485
port
One RS485 port to control PTZ. Support various protocols.
USB2.0
Port
3 peripheral USB2.0 ports. Two at the front panel and one at the rear panel.
Network
Connecti
on
One
RJ45
10/100/1000Mbps
self-adaptive Ethernet port.
Power
Port
One power port. Input 100-240V,50~60Hz.
Power
Button
One button. At the rear panel.
Power
On-off
Button
One button. At the front-panel.
IR
Receiver
Window
Support IR remote control
Clock
Built-in clock.
Indicator
Light
One power status indicator light.
One network status indicator light.
One HDD status indicator light.
Power
Consump
tion
<30W(Exclude HDD)
Working
Temperat
ure
-10℃~+55℃
Relay output. Relay (DC 30V /1A,AC 125V/0.5A(Activation output))
Including one controllable DC +12V output.
One
RJ45
10/100/1000Mbps
self-adaptive Ethernet port.
17
Working
Humidity
10℅-90℅
Air
pressure
86kpa-106kpa
Dimensio
n
440mm × 460mm × 89mm
Weight
5.5kg~6.5kg(Exclude HDD)
Installatio
n
Desk installation
1.3.9 NVR72/72-8P Series
Model
System
Decode
Video
Audio
Alarm
NVR72 Series
NVR72-8P Series
System
Resource
s
8/16/32/64-channel series product support 8/16/32/64-channel HD
connection respectively. The main stream bandwidth supports
48/96/192/192Mbps.
Operation
System
Embedded Linux real-time operation system
Operation
Interface
WEB/Local GUI
Video
Compres
sion
H.264/MJPEG
Decode
Capacity
Max supports 32-channel D1, or 16-channel 720P, or 8-channel 1080P
decode.
Video
Input
8/16/32/64-ch network compression video input
Video
Output
1-channel VGA analog video output.
HDMI
1-ch HDMI output. Version number is 1.4
Window
Split
1/4/8/9/16/25/36-window
Audio
Input
1-ch bidirectional talk input
Audio
Output
1-ch bidirectional talk output
Audio
Compres
sion
G.711a
Alarm
Input
8-ch alarm output
Alarm
Output
3-ch alarm output
Relay output. Relay (DC 30V/1A,AC 125V/0.5A(Activation output))
Including one controllable DC +12V output.
18
Function
Port and
Indicator
General
Storage
2 built-in SATA ports.
Multiple-c
hannel
Playback
Max 16-channel 720P/8-channel 1080P playback at the same time.
RS232
Port
One RS232 port to debug transparent COM data.
RS485
port
One RS485 port to control PTZ. Support various protocols.
USB2.0
Port
2 peripheral USB2.0 ports. One at the front panel and one at the rear panel.
Network
Connecti
on
1 RJ45 10/100Mbps self-adaptive Ethernet port.
Power
Port
One power port, power adapter.
Input DC 12V.
Power
Button
One button. At the rear panel.
Power
On-off
Button
One button. At the front-panel.
IR
Receiver
Window
Support IR remote control
Clock
Built-in clock.
Indicator
Light
One power status indicator light.
One network status indicator light.
One HDD status indicator light.
Power
Consump
tion
<30W(Exclude HDD)
Working
Temperat
ure
-10℃~+55℃
Working
Humidity
10℅-90℅
Air
pressure
86kpa-106kpa
Dimensio
n
1U case. 295mm×275mm×47mm
Weight
1.5kg~2.5kg (Exclude HDD)
Installatio
n
Desk installation
One power port. Input 100-240V,
47~63Hz.
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1.3.10 NVR74/74-8P/74-16P Series
Model
System
Decode
Video
Audio
Alarm
Function
Port and
Indicator
NVR74 Series
NVR74-8P Series
NVR74-16P Series
System
Resource
s
8/16/32/64-channel series product support 8/16/32/64-channel HD
connection respectively. The main stream bandwidth supports
48/96/192/192Mbps.
Operation
System
Embedded Linux real-time operation system
Operation
Interface
WEB/Local GUI
Video
Compres
sion
H.264/MJPEG
Decode
Capacity
Max supports 32-channel D1, or 16-channel 720P, or 8-channel 1080P
decode.
Video
Input
8/16/32/64-ch network compression video input
Video
Output
1-channel VGA analog video output.
HDMI
1-ch HDMI output. Version number is 1.4
Window
Split
1/4/8/9/16/25/36-window
Audio
Input
1-ch bidirectional talk input
Audio
Output
1-ch bidirectional talk output
Audio
Compres
sion
G.711a
Alarm
Input
16-ch alarm input
Alarm
Output
6-ch alarm output
Storage
4 built-in SATA ports. 1 external eSATA port.
Multiple-c
hannel
Playback
Max 16-channel 720P/8-channel 1080P playback at the same time.
RS232
Port
One RS232 port to debug transparent COM data.
RS485
port
One RS485 port to control PTZ. Support various protocols.
USB2.0
3 peripheral USB2.0 ports. One at the front panel and two at the rear panel.
Relay output. Relay (DC 30V /1A,AC 125V/0.5A(Activation output))
Including one controllable DC +12V output.
20
Port
General
Network
Connecti
on
Two RJ45 10/100Mbps
self-adaptive Ethernet
ports.
One RJ45 10/100Mbps self-adaptive Ethernet
port.
Power
Port
One power port. Input 100-240V,50~60Hz.
Power
Button
One button. At the rear panel.
Power
On-off
Button
One button. At the front-panel.
IR
Receiver
Window
Support IR remote control
Clock
Built-in clock.
Indicator
Light
One power status indicator light.
One network status indicator light.
One HDD status indicator light.
Power
Consump
tion
<30W(Exclude HDD)
Working
Temperat
ure
-10℃~+55℃
Working
Humidity
10℅-90℅
Air
pressure
86kpa-106kpa
Dimensio
n
1.5U, 440mm × 460mm × 68mm
Weight
5kg~6kg(Exclude HDD)
Installatio
n
Desk installation
1.3.11 NVR78/78-16P/78-RH Series
Model
System
NVR78 Series
NVR78-16P Series
NVR78-RH Series
System
Resource
s
8/16/32/64-channel series product support 8/16/32/64-channel HD
connection respectively. The main stream bandwidth supports
48/96/192/192Mbps.
Operation
System
Embedded Linux real-time operation system
21
Decode
Video
Audio
Alarm
Function
Port and
Indicator
Operation
Interface
WEB/Local GUI
Video
Compres
sion
H.264/MJPEG
Decode
Capacity
Max supports 32-channel D1, or 16-channel 720P, or 8-channel 1080P
decode.
Video
Input
8/16/32/64-ch network compression video input
Video
Output
1-channel VGA analog video output.
HDMI
1-ch HDMI output. Version number is 1.4
Window
Split
1/4/8/9/16/25/36-window
Audio
Input
1-ch bidirectional talk input
Audio
Output
1-ch bidirectional talk output
Audio
Compres
sion
G.711a
Alarm
Input
16-ch alarm input
Alarm
Output
6-ch alarm output
Storage
8 built-in SATA ports.
1 external eSATA port.
Multiple-c
hannel
Playback
Max 16-channel 720P/8-channel 1080P playback at the same time.
RS232
Port
One RS232 port to debug transparent COM data.
RS485
port
One RS485 port to control PTZ. Support various protocols.
USB2.0
Port
4 peripheral USB2.0 ports. Two at the front panel and two at the rear panel.
Network
Connecti
Two RJ45 10/100/1000
Mbps
self-adaptive
2-ch HDMI output
(from different video
sources)
Relay output. Relay (DC 30V/1A,AC 125V/0.5A(Activation output)
)
Including one controllable DC +12V output.
8 built-in SATA ports at
the
front
panel.
Support hot swap,
Raid0, Raid1, Raid5,
Raid6.
1 external eSATA port.
One RJ45 10/100/1000
Mbps
self-adaptive
Two RJ45 10/100/1000
Mbps
self-adaptive
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General
on
Ethernet ports.
Ethernet port.
Ethernet ports.
Power
Port
One power port. Input 100-240V,50~60Hz.
Power
Button
One button. At the rear panel.
Power
On-off
Button
One button. At the front-panel.
IR
Receiver
Window
Support IR remote control
Clock
Built-in clock.
Indicator
Light
One power status indicator light.
One network status indicator light.
One HDD status indicator light.
Power
Consump
tion
<35W(Exclude HDD)
Working
Temperat
ure
-10℃~+55℃
Working
Humidity
10℅-90℅
Air
pressure
86kpa-106kpa
Dimensio
n
440mm×460mm×89mm
444mm×430mm×89m
m
Weight
5.5kg~6.5kg(Exclude HDD)
8.5kg~9.5kg(Exclude
HDD)
Installatio
n
Desk installation
1.3.12 NVR70/70-R Series
Model
System
NVR70 Series
NVR70-R Series
System
Resource
s
8/16/32/64-channel series product support 8/16/32/64-channel HD
connection respectively. The main stream bandwidth supports
48/96/192/192Mbps.
Operation
System
Embedded Linux real-time operation system
Operation
Interface
WEB/Local GUI
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Decode
Video
Audio
Alarm
Function
Port and
Indicator
Video
Compres
sion
H.264/MJPEG
Decode
Capacity
Max supports 32-channel D1, or 16-channel 720P, or 8-channel 1080P
decode.
Video
Input
8/16/32/64-ch network compression video input
Video
Output
1-channel VGA analog video output.
HDMI
1-ch HDMI output.
Window
Split
1/4/8/9/16/25/36-window
Audio
Input
1-ch bidirectional talk input
Audio
Output
1-ch bidirectional talk output
Audio
Compres
sion
G.711a
Alarm
Input
16-ch alarm input
Alarm
Output
6-ch alarm output
Storage
16 built-in SATA ports at the front
panel. Support removable HDD
installation mode.
1 external eSATA port.
Multiple-c
hannel
Playback
Max 16-channel 720P/8-channel 1080P playback at the same time.
RS232
Port
One RS232 port to debug transparent COM data.
RS485
port
One RS485 port to control PTZ. Support various protocols.
USB2.0
Port
4 peripheral USB2.0 ports. Two at the front panel and two at the rear panel.
Network
Connecti
on
Two RJ45 10/100Mbps self-adaptive Ethernet ports.
Power
Port
One power port. Input 100V~240V,50~60Hz.
2-ch HDMI output (from different
video sources)
Relay output. Relay (DC 30V/1A,AC 125V/0.5A(Activation output))
Including one controllable DC +12V output.
16 built-in SATA ports at the front
panel. Support hot swap, Raid0,
Raid1, Raid5, Raid6.
1 external eSATA port.
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General
Power
Button
One button. At the rear panel.
Power
On-off
Button
One button. At the front-panel.
IR
Receiver
Window
Support IR remote control
Clock
Built-in clock.
Indicator
Light
One power status indicator light.
One network status indicator light.
One HDD status indicator light.
Power
Consump
tion
<35W(Exclude HDD)
Working
Temperat
ure
-10℃~+55℃
Working
Humidity
10℅-90℅
Air
pressure
86kpa-106kpa
Dimensio
n
3U
Weight
10.5kg~11.5kg(Exclude HDD)
Installatio
n
Desk installation
case: 448mm×490mm×133.2mm
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2 Front Panel and Rear Panel
2.1 Front Panel
2.1.1 NVR11/11-P/41/41-P Series
The front panel is shown as in Figure 2-1.
Figure 2-1
Please refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
SN
Name
Function
1
HDD status indictor light
The red light becomes on when HDD is abnormal.
2
Power indicator light
The red light becomes on when the power
connection is OK.
3
Network status indicator
light
The red light becomes on when the network
connection is abnormal.
2.1.2 NVR11H/11H-P/41H/41H-P/41H-8P Series
The front panel is shown as in Figure 2-2.
Figure 2-2
Please refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
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Icon
Name
Function
NET
Network
status
indicator light
The red light becomes on when the network
connection is abnormal.
PWR
Power
light
The red light becomes on when the power
connection is OK.
HDD
HDD
status
indictor light
The red light becomes on when HDD is abnormal.
Remote
receiver
It is to receive signal from the remote control.
IR
indicator
control
2.1.3 NVR41-8P Series
The front panel is shown as below. See Figure 2-3.
Figure 2-3
Please refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
SN
Name
Function
1
Network status indicator
light
The red light becomes on when the network
connection is abnormal.
2
Power indicator light
The red light becomes on when the power
connection is OK.
3
HDD status indictor light
The red light becomes on when HDD is abnormal.
4
USB
USB port
2.1.4 NVR-ELM-8 Series
The front panel is shown as below. See Figure 2-4.
Figure 2-4
Please refer to the following sheet for front panel button information.
Name
Power button
Icon
Function
Power button, press this button for three seconds to boot up
or shut down NVR.
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Shift
Up/1
Down/4
In textbox, click this button to switch between numeral,
English(Small/Capitalized),donation and etc.
Shift
Activate current control, modify setup, and then move up and
down.
、
Increase/decrease numeral.
Assistant function such as PTZ menu.
In text mode, input number 1/4 (English character G/H/I)
Shift current activated control,
Left/2
Right/3


When playback, click these buttons to control playback bar.
In text mode, input number 2(English character A/B/C)
/3(English character D/E/F)
.
Go to previous menu, or cancel current operation.
ESC
ESC
When playback, click it to restore real-time monitor mode.
Confirm current operation
Enter
ENTER
Go to default button
Go to menu
Record
REC
Manually stop/start recording, working with direction keys
or numeral keys to select the recording channel.
Multiple slow play speeds or normal playback.
In text mode, input number 8 (English character T/U/V).
Slow play/8
One-window monitor mode, click this button to display
assistant function: PTZ control and image color.
Assistant
Fn
Backspace function: in numeral control or text control, press
it for 1.5seconds to delete the previous character before the
cursor.
In motion detection setup, working with Fn and direction keys
to realize setup.
In text mode, click it to switch between numeral, English
character(small/capitalized) and etc.
Realize other special functions.
Fast play/7

Various fast speeds and normal playback.
In text mode, input number 7 (English character P/Q/R/S).
Play
previous/0
|
In playback mode, playback the previous video
In text mode, input number 0.
Reverse/Pau
se/6
||
In normal playback or pause mode, click this button to
reverse
playback
In reverse playback, click this button to pause playback.
In text mode, input number 6 (English character M/N/O)
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.
Play Next/9
|
Play/Pause /5
||
In playback mode, playback the next video
In menu setup, go to down ward of the dropdown list.
In text mode, input number 9 (English character W/X/Y/Z)
.
In normal playback click this button to pause playback
In pause mode, click this button to resume playback.
In text mode, input number 5(English character J/K/L).
USB port
To connect USB storage device, USB mouse.
Network
abnormal
indication
light
Net
Network error occurs or there is no network connection, the
light becomes red to alert you.
HDD
abnormal
indication
light
HDD
HDD error occurs or HDD capacity is below specified
threshold value, the light becomes red to alert you.
Record light
1-16
System is recording or not. It becomes on when system is
recording.
IR Receiver
IR
It is to receive the signal from the remote control.
2.1.5 NVR44/44-8P/44-16P/74/74-8P/74-16P Series
The front panel is shown as in Figure 2-5.
Figure 2-5
Please refer to the following sheet for front panel button information.
Name
Icon
Power button, press this button for three seconds to boot up
or shut down NVR.
Power button
Shift
Up/1
Down/4
Function
Shift
In textbox, click this button to switch between numeral,
English(Small/Capitalized),donation and etc.
Activate current control, modify setup, and then move up and
down.
、
Increase/decrease numeral.
Assistant function such as PTZ menu.
In text mode, input number 1/4 (English character G/H/I)
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Shift current activated control,
Left/2
Right/3

ESC
ESC

When playback, click these buttons to control playback bar.
In text mode, input number 2(English character A/B/C)
/3(English character D/E/F)
.
Go to previous menu, or cancel current operation.
When playback, click it to restore real-time monitor mode.
Confirm current operation
Enter
ENTER
Go to default button
Go to menu
Record
REC
Manually stop/start recording, working with direction keys
or numeral keys to select the recording channel.
Multiple slow play speeds or normal playback.
In text mode, input number 8 (English character T/U/V).
Slow play/8
One-window monitor mode, click this button to display
assistant function: PTZ control and image color.
Assistant
Fn
Backspace function: in numeral control or text control, press
it for 1.5seconds to delete the previous character before the
cursor.
In motion detection setup, working with Fn and direction keys
to realize setup.
In text mode, click it to switch between numeral, English
character(small/capitalized) and etc.
Realize other special functions.
Fast play/7

Various fast speeds and normal playback.
In text mode, input number 7 (English character P/Q/R/S).
Play
previous/0
|
In playback mode, playback the previous video
In text mode, input number 0.
Reverse/Pau
se/6
||
Play Next/9
►│
Play/Pause /5
►||
In normal playback or pause mode, click this button to
reverse
playback
In reverse playback, click this button to pause playback.
text mode,mode,
input playback
number 6the
(English
character M/N/O)
In playback
next video
.In menu setup, go to down ward of the dropdown list.
In text mode, input number 9 (English character W/X/Y/Z)
.
In normal playback click this button to pause playback
In pause mode, click this button to resume playback.
In text mode, input number 5(English character J/K/L).
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USB port
To connect USB storage device, USB mouse.
Network
abnormal
indication
light
Net
Network error occurs or there is no network connection, the
light becomes red to alert you.
HDD
abnormal
indication
light
HDD
HDD error occurs or HDD capacity is below specified
threshold value, the light becomes red to alert you.
Record light
1-16
System is recording or not. It becomes on when system is
recording.
2.1.6 NVR48/48-16P/78/78-16P Series
The Front panel is shown as follows. See Figure 2-6.
Figure 2-6
Please refer to the following sheet for front panel button information.
Name
Icon
Function
Power button, press this button for three seconds to boot up or
shut down NVR.
Power button
Number button
Input Arabic number
Switch channel
0-9
Input
number
-/-more than 10
Shift
If you want to input a number more than 10, please click this
button and then input.
In textbox, click this button to switch between numeral,
English(Small/Capitalized),donation and etc.

Enable or disable tour.
Up/
Down
、
Activate current control, modify setup, and then move up and
down.
Increase/decrease numeral.
Assistant function such as PTZ menu.
Left/
Right
Shift current activated control, and then move left and right.


When playback, click these buttons to control playback bar.
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Go to previous menu, or cancel current operation.
ESC
ESC
When playback, click it to restore real-time monitor mode.
Confirm current operation
Enter
ENTER
Go to default button
Go to menu
Record
REC
Slow play
Manually stop/start recording, working with direction keys
or numeral keys to select the recording channel.
Multiple slow play speeds or normal playback.
One-window monitor mode, click this button to display assistant
function: PTZ control and image color.
Backspace function: in numeral control or text control, press it for
1.5seconds to delete the previous character before the cursor.
Assistant
Fn
In motion detection setup, working with Fn and direction keys to
realize setup.
In text mode, click it to switch between numeral, English
character(small/capitalized) and etc.
In HDD management interface, you can click it to switch HDD
record information and other information (Menu prompt)
Realize other special functions.
Fast play

Various fast speeds and normal playback.
Play previous
|
In playback mode, playback the previous video
Reverse/Pause

In normal playback or pause mode, click this button to reverse
playback
In reverse playback, click this button to pause playback.
Play Next
|
In playback mode, playback the next video
In menu setup, go to down ward of the dropdown list.
Play/Pause

In normal playback click this button to pause playback
In pause mode, click this button to resume playback.
Window switch
Mult
Click it to switch one-window/multiple-window.
Shuttle(outer
ring)
In real-time monitor mode it works as left/right direction key.
Playback mode, counter clockwise to forward and clock wise to
backward.
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Up/down direction key.
Playback mode, turn the inner dial to realized frame by frame
playback. (Only applies to some special versions.)
Jog(inner dial)
USB port
To connect USB storage device, USB mouse.
Remote control
indication light
ACT
Remote control indication light
Status indication
light
Status
If there is Fn indication light, current status indication light is null.
Power indication
light
PWR
Power indication light
For 4/8/16-channel series product.
Channel indictor
light
1-32
IR Receiver
IR
The corresponding channel light becomes on when system is
recording.
For 32/64-channel series product:
When the light flashes slowly, it means the corresponding
channel of 1-16 channel is recording now (Such as channel 1).
When the light flashes fast, it means the corresponding channel
of 17-32 channel is recording now (Such as channel 17)
When the light becomes on, It means the corresponding 2
channels are recoding now (Such as channel 1 and channel 17.).
The channel indictor light here does not show the status of
It is to receive the signal from the remote control.
the 33-64-channel.
2.1.7 NVR78-RH Series
The front panel is shown as below. See Figure 2-7.
Figure 2-7
Please refer to the following sheet for front panel button information.
Name
Icon
Power button, press this button for three seconds to boot up or
shut down NVR.
Power button
Number button
Function
0-9
Input Arabic number
Switch channel
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Input
number
-/-more than 10
If you want to input a number more than 10, please click this
button and then input.
Shift
In textbox, click this button to switch between numeral,
English(Small/Capitalized),donation and etc.

Enable or disable tour.
Up/
Down
、
Activate current control, modify setup, and then move up and
down.
Increase/decrease numeral.
Assistant function such as PTZ menu.
Shift current activated control, and then move left and right.
Left/
Right

ESC
ESC

When playback, click these buttons to control playback bar.
Go to previous menu, or cancel current operation.
When playback, click it to restore real-time monitor mode.
Confirm current operation
Enter
ENTER
Go to default button
Go to menu
Record
REC
Slow play
Manually stop/start recording, working with direction keys
or numeral keys to select the recording channel.
Multiple slow play speeds or normal playback.
One-window monitor mode, click this button to display assistant
function: PTZ control and image color.
Backspace function: in numeral control or text control, press it for
1.5 seconds to delete the previous character before the cursor.
Assistant
Fn
In motion detection setup, working with Fn and direction keys to
realize setup.
In text mode, click it to switch between numeral, English
character(small/capitalized) and etc.
In HDD management interface, you can click it to switch HDD
record information and other information (Menu prompt)
Realize other special functions.
Fast play

Various fast speeds and normal playback.
Play previous
|
In playback mode, playback the previous video
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Reverse/Pause
||
|
Play Next
In normal playback or pause mode, click this button to reverse
playback
In reverse playback, click this button to pause playback.
In playback mode, playback the next video
In menu setup, go to down ward of the dropdown list.
Play/Pause
||
In normal playback click this button to pause playback
In pause mode, click this button to resume playback.
Window switch
Mult
Click it to switch one-window/multiple-window.
In real-time monitor mode it works as left/right direction key.
Playback mode, counter clockwise to forward and clock wise to
backward.
Shuttle(outer
ring)
Up/down direction key.
Playback mode, turn the inner dial to realized frame by frame
playback. (Only applies to some special versions.)
Jog(inner dial)
USB port
Remote
receiver
To connect USB storage device, USB mouse.
control
IR
It is to receive signal from the remote control.
Remote control
indication light
ACT
Remote control indication light
Status indication
light
Status
The light is on if device operates properly.
Power indication
light
POWER
Power indication light
Record light
1-16
It becomes on when system is recording.
HDD
status
light
abnormal
indictor HDD
It becomes on when there is no HDD, HDD error occurs, or
HDD is full.
2.1.8 NVR70/70-R Series
The front panel is shown as in Figure 2-8.
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Figure 2-8
Please refer to the following sheet for front panel button information.
SN
Name
Icon
Function
1
Power button
Press it once to turn on the device.
Press it for a long time to turn off the device (Usually
we do not recommend).
Press power button for a long time or pull out the
power cable may result in device auto restart.
2
System
HDD
Indication light
The blue light flashes when system is reading or
writing the system HDD.
In the system HDD, there are device important
configuration file, factory default configuration file,
device initial boot up data.
3
Alarm
light
indication
The alarm indication light becomes on once an alarm
occurred. It becomes on via the software detection.
The alarm includes local alarm, no disk and etc.
4
Network indication
light
The network indication light is blue and it flashes
when you connect the device to the network.
5
USB2.0 port
Connect to USB2.0 storage device, mouse, USB
burner and etc.
6
16 HDD slot
-
/
After you remove the front panel, you can see there are 16 HDDs. From the left to the right and from the
top to the bottom, it ranges from 1~4, 5~8, 6~12, 13~16. See Figure 2-9.
You can see there are two indication lights on the HDD bracket.
 The power indication light is at the top. The light is yellow after you connected the device to the
power.
 The read-write indication light is at the bottom. The blue light flashes when system is reading or
writing the data.
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Figure 2-9
2.2 Rear Panel
2.2.1 NVR100/100-P Series
The NVR100 rear panel is shown as below. See Figure 2-10.
Figure 2-10
The NVR100-P rear panel is shown as below. See Figure 2-11.
Figure 2-11
Please refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Port Name
HDMI
Connection
Function
USB2.0 port
USB2.0 port. Connect to mouse, USB storage
device, USB burner and etc.
Network port
10M/100Mbps self-adaptive
Connect to the network cable.
High Definition
Media Interface
High definition audio and video signal output port.
It transmits uncompressed high definition video
and multiple-channel data to the HDMI port of the
display device. HDMI version is 1.4.
Ethernet
port.
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Port Name
Connection
Function
VGA
VGA
video
output port
VGA video output port. Output analog video
signal. It can connect to the monitor to view analog
video.
Power input port
Power socket.
 For NVR100 series, input DC 5V/2A.
 For NVR100-P series, input DC 48V/1.25A.
PoE port
Built-in switch. Support PoE function.
PoE PORT
For PoE series product, you can use this port to
provide power to the network camera.
2.2.2 NVR11/11-P Series
The NVR11 rear panel is shown as below. See Figure 2-12.
Figure 2-12
The NVR11-P rear panel is shown as below. See Figure 2-13.
Figure 2-13
Please refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Port Name
Connection
Function
USB2.0 port
USB2.0 port. Connect to mouse, USB storage
device, USB burner and etc.
Network port
10M/100Mbps self-adaptive
Connect to the network cable.
Ethernet
port.
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Port Name
Connection
Function
HDMI
High Definition
Media Interface
High definition audio and video signal output port.
It transmits uncompressed high definition video
and multiple-channel data to the HDMI port of the
display device. HDMI version is 1.4.
VGA
VGA
video
output port
VGA video output port. Output analog video
signal. It can connect to the monitor to view analog
video.
GND
Ground end
Power input port
Power socket.
 For NVR11 series, input DC 12V/2A.
 For NVR11-P series, input DC 48V/1.25A.
MIC IN
Audio input port
Bidirectional talk input port. It is to receive the
analog audio signal output from the devices such
as mike phone, pickup.
MIC OUT
Audio
port
Audio output port. It is to output the analog audio
signal to the devices such as the sound box.
PoE PORT
output
PoE port

Bidirectional talk output.

Audio output on 1-window video monitor.

Audio output on 1-window video playback.
Built-in switch. Support PoE function.
For PoE series product, you can use this port to
provide power to the network camera.
2.2.3 NVR41/41-P/41-8P Series
The NVR41 rear panel is shown as below. See Figure 2-14.
Figure 2-14
The NVR41-P rear panel is shown as below. See Figure 2-15.
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Figure 2-15
The NVR41-8P rear panel is shown as below. See Figure 2-16.
Figure 2-16
Please refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Port Name
Connection
Function
USB2.0 port
USB2.0 port. Connect to mouse, USB storage
device, USB burner and etc.
Network port
10M/100Mbps self-adaptive
Connect to the network cable.
HDMI
High Definition
Media Interface
High definition audio and video signal output port.
It transmits uncompressed high definition video
and multiple-channel data to the HDMI port of the
display device. HDMI version is 1.4.
VGA
VGA
video
output port
VGA video output port. Output analog video
signal. It can connect to the monitor to view analog
video.
GND
Ground end
Power input port
Power socket.
 For NVR41 series, input DC 12V/2A.
 For NVR41-P series, input DC 48V/1.5A.
 For NVR41-8P series, input DC 48V/2A.
/
MIC IN
Audio input port
Ethernet
port.
Bidirectional talk input port. It is to receive the
analog audio signal output from the devices such
as mike phone, pickup.
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Port Name
Connection
Function
MIC OUT
Audio
port
Audio output port. It is to output the analog audio
signal to the devices such as the sound box.
PoE PORT
output
PoE port

Bidirectional talk output.

Audio output on 1-window video monitor.

Audio output on 1-window video playback.
Built-in switch. Support PoE function.
For PoE series product, you can use this port to
provide power to the network camera.
2.2.4 NVR11H/11H-P/41H/41H-P/41H-8P Series
The NVR11H/41H rear panel is shown as in Figure 2-17.
Figure 2-17
The NVR11H-P/41H-P rear panel is shown as in Figure 2-18.
Figure 2-18
The NVR41H-8P rear panel is shown as in Figure 2-19.
Figure 2-19
Please refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Port Name
Connection
Function
USB2.0 port
USB2.0 port. Connect to mouse, USB storage
device, USB burner and etc.
Network port
10M/100Mbps self-adaptive
Connect to the network cable.
Ethernet
port.
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Port Name
Connection
Function
HDMI
High Definition
Media Interface
High definition audio and video signal output port.
It transmits uncompressed high definition video
and multiple-channel data to the HDMI port of the
display device. HDMI version is 1.4.
VGA
VGA
video
output port
VGA video output port. Output analog video
signal. It can connect to the monitor to view analog
video.
GND
Ground end
/
Power input port
Power socket.
 For NVR41 series, input DC 12V/2A.
 For NVR41H-P series, input DC 48V/1.5A.
 For NVR11H-P series, input DC 48V/1.25A.
 For NVR41H-8P series, input DC 48V/2A.
MIC IN
Audio input port
Bidirectional talk input port. It is to receive the
analog audio signal output from the devices such
as mike phone, pickup.
MIC OUT
Audio
port
Audio output port. It is to output the analog audio
signal to the devices such as the sound box.
PoE PORT
PoE port
output

Bidirectional talk output.

Audio output on 1-window video monitor.

Audio output on 1-window video playback.
Built-in switch. Support PoE function.
For PoE series product, you can use this port to
provide power to the network camera.
2.2.5 NVR-ELM-8 Series
The NVR42 series rear panel is shown as below. See Figure 2-20.
Figure 2-20
The NVR42-P series rear panel is shown as below. See Figure 2-21.
Figure 2-21
The NVR-ELM-8-POE8 series rear panel is shown as below. See Figure 2-22.
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Figure 2-22
Please refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Name
Function
Power
switch
/
Power on/off button.
Power input
socket
/
Input AC 100~240V.
For NVR42-8P series product only.
Power input port
Input DC 12V/5A.
For NVR42 series product only.
Power input port
Switch power port. Input DC 48//1.04A.
For NVR42-P series product only.
MIC IN
Audio input port
Bidirectional talk input port. It is to receive the analog
audio signal output from the devices such as mike
phone, pickup.
MIC OUT
Audio output port
Audio output port. It is to output the analog audio signal
to the devices such as the sound box.

Bidirectional talk output.

Audio output on 1-window video monitor.

Audio output on 1-window video playback.

There are two types; NO (normal open)/NC
(normal close).
When your alarm input device is using external
power, please make sure the device and the NVR
have the same ground.
Alarm input port
1~4

GND
Alarm input ground port.
N1, N2
Alarm output port

C1, C2
1~2
1~4


A
B
RS-485
communication
port
2 groups of alarm output ports. (Group 1:port
NO1~C1,Group 2:port NO2~C2).Output alarm
signal to the alarm device. Please make sure there
is power to the external alarm device.
NO:Normal open alarm output port.
C:Alarm output public end.
RS485_A port. It is the cable A. You can connect to the
control devices such as speed dome PTZ.
RS485_B.It is the cable B. You can connect to the
control devices such as speed dome PTZ.
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Name
Function
Network port
USB2.0
port
RS-232
RS-232
COM.
debug
10M/100M/1000Mbps self-adaptive
Connect to the network cable.
Ethernet
port.
USB2.0 port. Connect to mouse, USB storage device,
USB burner and etc.
It is for general COM debug to configure IP address or
transfer transparent COM data.
HDMI
High Definition
Media Interface
High definition audio and video signal output port. It
transmits uncompressed high definition video and
multiple-channel data to the HDMI port of the display
device. HDMI version is 1.4.
VGA
VGA
video
output port
VGA video output port. Output analog video signal. It
can connect to the monitor to view analog video.
/
Bult-in Switch. Support PoE.
The 4 PoE series product supports total 48V 50W.
The 8 PoE series product supports total 48V 120W.
One PoE port max supports 15W.
PoE
PORTS
2.2.6 NVR44/44-8P/44-16P Series
The NVR44 series rear panel is shown as below. See Figure 2-28.
Figure 2-23
The NVR44-8P series rear panel is shown as below. See Figure 2-28.
Figure 2-24
The NVR44-16P series rear panel is shown as below. See Figure 2-28.
Figure 2-25
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Please refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Name
Function
Power switch
/
Power on-off button
Power
port
/
Input AC 100~240V.
MIC IN
Audio input port
Bidirectional talk input port. It is to receive the
analog audio signal output from the devices such
as mike phone, pickup.
MIC OUT
Audio output port
Audio output port. It is to output the analog audio
signal to the devices such as the sound box.
input

Bidirectional talk output.

Audio output on 1-window video monitor.

Audio output on 1-window video playback.
VIEDEO OUT
Video output port
CVBS output
1~16
Alarm input port
1~16

There are four groups. The first group is from
port 1 to port 4, the second group is from port 5
to port 8, the third group is from 9 to 12, and
the fourth group is from 13 to 16. They are to
receive the signal from the external alarm
source. There are two types; NO (normal
open)/NC (normal close).

When your alarm input device is using external
power, please make sure the device and the
NVR have the same ground.
NO1~NO5
C1~C5
Video output port
CVBS output
Alarm output port
1~5

5 groups of alarm output ports. (Group 1:port
NO1~C1,Group 2:port NO2~C2,Group 3:port
NO3~C3, Group 4:port NO4~C4, Group 5:
port NO5, C5, NC5).Output alarm signal to the
alarm device. Please make sure there is power
to the external alarm device.

NO: Normal open alarm output port.


C: Alarm output public end.
NC: Normal close alarm output port.
NC5
A
B
CTRL 12V
RS-485
communication
port
/
RS485_A port. It is the cable A. You can connect to
the control devices such as speed dome PTZ.
RS485_B.It is the cable B. You can connect to the
control devices such as speed dome PTZ.
Controller 12V power output. It is to control the
on-off alarm relay output. It can be used to control
the device alarm output. At the same time, it can
also be used as the power input source of some
devices such as the alarm detector.
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Name
+12V
eSATA
RS-232
Function
/
+12V power output port. It can provide the power to
some peripheral devices such as the camera or the
alarm device. Please note the supplying power
shall be below 1A.
Network port
10M/100M/1000Mbps self-adaptive Ethernet port.
Connect to the network cable.
eSATA port
External SATA port. It can connect to the device of
the SATA port. Please jump the HDD when there is
peripheral connected HDD.
USB2.0 port
USB2.0 port. Connect to mouse, USB storage
device, USB burner and etc.
RS232
COM.
debug
It is for general COM debug to configure IP address
or transfer transparent COM data.
HDMI
High
Definition
Media Interface
High definition audio and video signal output port. It
transmits uncompressed high definition video and
multiple-channel data to the HDMI port of the
display device. HDMI version is 1.3
VGA
VGA video output
port
VGA video output port. Output analog video signal.
It can connect to the monitor to view analog video.
8 PoE ports
Built-in Switch. Support PoE.
The 8 PoE ports series products supports total 48V
120W power. One PoE port max supports 15W.
16 PoE ports
Built-in Switch. Support PoE. The 16 PoE ports
series products supports total 150W power. One
PoE port max supports 15W.
PoE
PORTS
PoE
PORTS
2.2.7 NVR48/44-16P Series
The NVR48 series rear panel is shown as below. See Figure 2-28.
Figure 2-26
The NVR48-16P series rear panel is shown as below. See Figure 2-28.
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Figure 2-27
Please refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Name
Function
Power switch
/
Power on-off button
Power
port
/
Input AC 100~240V.
MIC IN
Audio input port
Bidirectional talk input port. It is to receive the
analog audio signal output from the devices such
as mike phone, pickup.
MIC OUT
Audio output port
Audio output port. It is to output the analog audio
signal to the devices such as the sound box.
input

Bidirectional talk output.

Audio output on 1-window video monitor.

Audio output on 1-window video playback.
VIEDEO OUT
Video output port
CVBS output.
1~16
Alarm input port
1~16

There are four groups. The first group is from
port 1 to port 4, the second group is from port 5
to port 8, the third group is from 9 to 12, and
the fourth group is from 13 to 16. They are to
receive the signal from the external alarm
source. There are two types; NO (normal
open)/NC (normal close).

When your alarm input device is using external
power, please make sure the device and the
NVR have the same ground.
NO1~NO5
C1~C5
GND
Alarm input ground port.
Alarm output port
1~5

5 groups of alarm output ports. (Group 1:port
NO1~C1,Group 2:port NO2~C2,Group 3:port
NO3~C3, Group 4:port NO4~C4, Group 5:
port NO5, C5, NC5).Output alarm signal to the
alarm device. Please make sure there is power
to the external alarm device.

NO: Normal open alarm output port.


C: Alarm output public end.
NC: Normal close alarm output port.
NC5
A
B
RS-485
communication
port
RS485_A port. It is the cable A. You can connect to
the control devices such as speed dome PTZ.
RS485_B.It is the cable B. You can connect to the control
devices such as speed dome PTZ.
CTRL 12V
/
Controller 12V power output. It is to control the
on-off alarm relay output. It can be used to control
the device alarm output. At the same time, it can
also be used as the power input source of some
devices such as the alarm detector.
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Name
+12V
eSATA
RS-232
Function
/
+12V power output port. It can provide the power to
some peripheral devices such as the camera or the
alarm device. Please note the supplying power
shall be below 1A.
Network port
One 10M/100M/1000Mbps self-adaptive Ethernet
port. Connect to the network cable.
eSATA port
External SATA port. It can connect to the device of
the SATA port. Please jump the HDD when there is
peripheral connected HDD.
USB2.0 port
USB2.0 port. Connect to mouse, USB storage
device, USB burner and etc.
RS-232
COM.
debug
It is for general COM debug to configure IP address
or transfer transparent COM data.
HDMI
High
Definition
Media Interface
High definition audio and video signal output port. It
transmits uncompressed high definition video and
multiple-channel data to the HDMI port of the
display device. HDMI version is 1.3
VGA
VGA video output
port
VGA video output port. Output analog video signal.
It can connect to the monitor to view analog video.
16 PoE ports
Built-in Switch. Support PoE. The 16 PoE ports
series products supports total 150W power. One
PoE port max supports 15W.
PoE
PORTS
2.2.8 NVR72 Series
The NVR72 series rear panel is shown as below. See Figure 2-28.
Figure 2-28
Please refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Name
RS-232
Function
USB2.0 port
USB2.0 port. Connect to mouse, USB storage device,
USB burner and etc.
Network port
10M/100M/1000Mbps self-adaptive
Connect to the network cable.
RS-232
COM.
It is for general COM debug to configure IP address or
transfer transparent COM data.
debug
Ethernet
port.
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Name
Function
HDMI
High Definition
Media Interface
High definition audio and video signal output port. It
transmits uncompressed high definition video and
multiple-channel data to the HDMI port of the display
device. HDMI version is 1.4.
VGA
VGA
video
output port
VGA video output port. Output analog video signal. It
can connect to the monitor to view analog video.
MIC IN
Audio input port
Bidirectional talk input port. It is to receive the analog
audio signal output from the devices such as mike
phone, pickup.
MIC OUT
Audio output port
Audio output port. It is to output the analog audio signal
to the devices such as the sound box.
1~8

Bidirectional talk output.

Audio output on 1-window video monitor.

Audio output on 1-window video playback.

There are two groups. The first group is from port
1 to port 4, the second group is from port 5 to port
8. They are to receive the signal from the external
alarm source. There are two types; NO (normal
open)/NC (normal close).
When your alarm input device is using external
power, please make sure the device and the NVR
have the same ground.
Alarm input port
1~8

GND

NO1~NO3
C1~C3
Alarm input ground port.
Alarm output port
1~3


A
B
Power
switch
RS-485
communication
port
3 groups of alarm output ports. (Group 1:port
NO1 ~ C1,Group 2:port NO2 ~ C2,Group 3:port
NO3 ~ C3) ).Output alarm signal to the alarm
device. Please make sure there is power to the
external alarm device.
NO:Normal open alarm output port.
C:Alarm output public end.
RS485_A port. It is the cable A. You can connect to the
control devices such as speed dome PTZ.
RS485_B.It is the cable B. You can connect to the
control devices such as speed dome PTZ.
Power input port
Input DC 12V/5A.
/
Power on/off button.
2.2.9 NVR72-8P Series
The NVR72-8P series rear panel is shown as below. See Figure 2-29.
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Figure 2-29
Please refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Name
RS-232
Function
USB2.0 port
USB2.0 port. Connect to mouse, USB storage
device, USB burner and etc.
Network port
10M/100M/1000Mbps self-adaptive Ethernet port.
Connect to the network cable.
RS-232
COM.
It is for general COM debug to configure IP
address or transfer transparent COM data.
debug
HDMI
High Definition
Media Interface
High definition audio and video signal output port.
It transmits uncompressed high definition video
and multiple-channel data to the HDMI port of the
display device. HDMI version is 1.4.
VGA
VGA
video
output port
VGA video output port. Output analog video
signal. It can connect to the monitor to view analog
video.

1~8
Alarm input port
1~8

GND
NO1~NO3
C1~C3
A
B
There are two groups. The first group is from
port 1 to port 4; the second group is from port
5 to port 8. They are to receive the signal from
the external alarm source. There are two
types; NO (normal open)/NC (normal close).
When your alarm input device is using
external power, please make sure the device
and the NVR have the same ground.
Alarm input ground port.
3 groups of alarm output ports. (Group 1:port
NO1 ~ C1,Group 2:port NO2 ~ C2,Group
3:port NO3~C3)).Output alarm signal to the
alarm device. Please make sure there is
power to the external alarm device.
 NO:Normal open alarm output port.
 C:Alarm output public end.

Alarm output port
1~3
RS-485
communication
port
RS485_A port. It is the cable A. You can connect
to the control devices such as speed dome PTZ.
RS485_B.It is the cable B. You can connect to the
control devices such as speed dome PTZ.
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Name
Function
Power input port
Input AC 100~240V.
Power switch
/
Power on-off button.
PoE
PORTS
/
Bult-in Switch. Support PoE.
The 8 PoE series product supports total 48V
120W. One PoE port max supports 15W.
MIC IN
Audio input port
Bidirectional talk input port. It is to receive the
analog audio signal output from the devices such
as mike phone, pickup.
MIC OUT
Audio output port
Audio output port. It is to output the analog audio
signal to the devices such as the sound box.

Bidirectional talk output.

Audio output on 1-window video monitor.

Audio output on 1-window video playback.
2.2.10 NVR74 Series
The NVR74 series rear panel is shown as below. See Figure 2-30.
Figure 2-30
Please refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Icon
Name
Function
Power switch
Power on/off button.
Power input port
Input AC 100~240V.
MIC IN
Audio input port
Bidirectional talk input port. It is to receive the
analog audio signal output from the devices such
as mike phone, pickup.
MIC OUT
Audio output port
Audio output port. It is to output the analog audio
signal to the devices such as the sound box.

Bidirectional talk output.

Audio output on 1-window video monitor.

Audio output on 1-window video playback.
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VIEDEO OUT
HDMI
1~16
NO1~NO5
C1~C5
Video output port
CVBS output.
High Definition
Media Interface
High definition audio and video signal output port.
It transmits uncompressed high definition video
and multiple-channel data to the HDMI port of the
display device. HDMI version is 1.3.
Alarm input port
1~16

There are four groups. The first group is from
port 1 to port 4, the second group is from port
5 to port 8, the third group is from 9 to 12,
and the fourth group is from 13 to 16. They
are to receive the signal from the external
alarm source. There are two types; NO
(normal open)/NC (normal close).

When your alarm input device is using
external power, please make sure the device
and the NVR have the same ground.
GND
Alarm input ground port.
Alarm output port
1~5

5 groups of alarm output ports. (Group 1:
port NO1~C1,Group 2:port NO2~C2,Group
3:port NO3~C3, Group 4:port NO4~C4,
Group 5: port NO5, C5, NC5).Output alarm
signal to the alarm device. Please make sure
there is power to the external alarm device.

NO: Normal open alarm output port.

C: Alarm output public end.

NC: Normal close alarm output port.
NC5
RS485_A port. It is the cable A. You can connect
to the control devices such as speed dome PTZ.
B
RS-485
communication
port
CTRL 12V
/
Controller 12V power output. It is to control the
on-off alarm relay output. It can be used to control
the device alarm output. At the same time, it can
also be used as the power input source of some
devices such as the alarm detector.
+12V
/
+12V power output port. It can provide the power
to some peripheral devices such as the camera
or the alarm device. Please note the supplying
power shall be below 1A.
Network port
One 10M/100M/1000Mbps self-adaptive Ethernet
port. Connect to the network cable.
eSATA port
External SATA port. It can connect to the device
of the SATA port. Please jump the HDD when
there is peripheral connected HDD.
USB2.0 port
USB2.0 port. Connect to mouse, USB storage
device, USB burner and etc.
A
eSATA
RS485_B.It is the cable B. You can connect to
the control devices such as speed dome PTZ.
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RS-232
RS-232
COM.
debug
It is for general COM debug to configure IP
address or transfer transparent COM data.
VGA video output port. Output analog video
signal. It can connect to the monitor to view
analog video.
VGA
video
output port
VGA
2.2.11 NVR74-8P/74-16P Series
The NVR74-8P series rear panel is shown as below. See Figure 2-31.
Figure 2-31
The NVR74-16P series rear panel is shown as below. See Figure 2-32.
Figure 2-32
Please refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Port Name
Function
Power switch
/
Power on-off button
Power
port
/
Input AC 100~240V.
MIC IN
Audio input port
Bidirectional talk input port. It is to receive the
analog audio signal output from the devices such
as mike phone, pickup.
MIC OUT
Audio output port
Audio output port. It is to output the analog audio
signal to the devices such as the sound box.
VIEDEO
OUT
input
Video output port

Bidirectional talk output.

Audio output on 1-window video monitor.

Audio output on 1-window video playback.
CVBS output
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Port Name
1~16
NO1~NO5
C1~C5
Function
Alarm input port
1~16

There are four groups. The first group is from
port 1 to port 4, the second group is from port 5
to port 8, the third group is from 9 to 12, and
the fourth group is from 13 to 16. They are to
receive the signal from the external alarm
source. There are two types; NO (normal
open)/NC (normal close).

When your alarm input device is using external
power, please make sure the device and the
NVR have the same ground.
GND
Alarm input ground port.
Alarm output port
1~5

5 groups of alarm output ports. (Group 1:port
NO1~C1,Group 2:port NO2~C2,Group 3:port
NO3~C3, Group 4:port NO4~C4, Group 5:
port NO5, C5, NC5).Output alarm signal to the
alarm device. Please make sure there is power
to the external alarm device.

NO: Normal open alarm output port.

C: Alarm output public end.

NC: Normal close alarm output port.
NC5
A
B
RS-485
communication
port
RS485_A port. It is the cable A. You can connect to
the control devices such as speed dome PTZ.
RS485_B.It is the cable B. You can connect to the
control devices such as speed dome PTZ.
CTRL 12V
/
Controller 12V power output. It is to control the
on-off alarm relay output. It can be used to control
the device alarm output. At the same time, it can
also be used as the power input source of some
devices such as the alarm detector.
+12V
/
+12V power output port. It can provide the power to
some peripheral devices such as the camera or the
alarm device. Please note the supplying power
shall be below 1A.
Network port
10M/100M/1000Mbps self-adaptive Ethernet port.
Connect to the network cable.
eSATA port
External SATA port. It can connect to the device of
the SATA port. Please jump the HDD when there is
peripheral connected HDD.
USB2.0 port
USB2.0 port. Connect to mouse, USB storage
device, USB burner and etc.
eSATA
RS-232
RS232
COM.
debug
It is for general COM debug to configure IP address
or transfer transparent COM data.
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Port Name
Function
HDMI
High
Definition
Media Interface
High definition audio and video signal output port. It
transmits uncompressed high definition video and
multiple-channel data to the HDMI port of the
display device. HDMI version is 1.3
VGA
VGA video output
port
VGA video output port. Output analog video signal.
It can connect to the monitor to view analog video.
8 PoE ports
Built-in Switch. Support PoE.
The 8 PoE ports series products supports total 48V
120W power. One PoE port max supports 15W.
16 PoE ports
Built-in Switch. Support PoE. The 16 PoE ports
series products supports total 150W power. One
PoE port max supports 15W.
PoE
PORTS
PoE
PORTS
2.2.12 NVR78 Series
The NVR78 series rear panel is shown as below. See Figure 2-33.
Figure 2-33
Please refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Port Name
Function
Power switch
/
Power on-off button
Power
port
/
Input AC 100~240V.
MIC IN
Audio input port
Bidirectional talk input port. It is to receive the
analog audio signal output from the devices such
as mike phone, pickup.
MIC OUT
Audio output port
Audio output port. It is to output the analog audio
signal to the devices such as the sound box.
VIEDEO
OUT
input
Video output port

Bidirectional talk output.

Audio output on 1-window video monitor.

Audio output on 1-window video playback.
CVBS output
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Port Name
1~16
NO1~NO5
C1~C5
Function
Alarm input port
1~16

There are four groups. The first group is from
port 1 to port 4, the second group is from port 5
to port 8, the third group is from 9 to 12, and
the fourth group is from 13 to 16. They are to
receive the signal from the external alarm
source. There are two types; NO (normal
open)/NC (normal close).

When your alarm input device is using external
power, please make sure the device and the
NVR have the same ground.
GND
Alarm input ground port.
Alarm output port
1~5

5 groups of alarm output ports. (Group 1:port
NO1~C1,Group 2:port NO2~C2,Group 3:port
NO3~C3, Group 4:port NO4~C4, Group 5:
port NO5, C5, NC5).Output alarm signal to the
alarm device. Please make sure there is power
to the external alarm device.

NO: Normal open alarm output port.

C: Alarm output public end.

NC: Normal close alarm output port.
NC5
A
B
RS-485
communication
port
RS485_A port. It is the cable A. You can connect to
the control devices such as speed dome PTZ.
RS485_B.It is the cable B. You can connect to the
control devices such as speed dome PTZ.
CTRL 12V
/
Controller 12V power output. It is to control the
on-off alarm relay output. It can be used to control
the device alarm output. At the same time, it can
also be used as the power input source of some
devices such as the alarm detector.
+12V
/
+12V power output port. It can provide the power to
some peripheral devices such as the camera or the
alarm device. Please note the supplying power
shall be below 1A.
Network port
10M/100M/1000Mbps self-adaptive Ethernet port.
Connect to the network cable.
eSATA port
External SATA port. It can connect to the device of
the SATA port. Please jump the HDD when there is
peripheral connected HDD.
USB2.0 port
USB2.0 port. Connect to mouse, USB storage
device, USB burner and etc.
eSATA
RS-232
RS-232
COM.
debug
It is for general COM debug to configure IP address
or transfer transparent COM data.
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Port Name
Function
HDMI
High
Definition
Media Interface
High definition audio and video signal output port. It
transmits uncompressed high definition video and
multiple-channel data to the HDMI port of the
display device. HDMI version is 1.3.
VGA
VGA video output
port
VGA video output port. Output analog video signal.
It can connect to the monitor to view analog video.
2.2.13 NVR78-16P Series
The NVR78-16P series rear panel is shown as below. See Figure 2-34.
Figure 2-34
Please refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Port Name
Function
Power switch
/
Power on-off button
Power
port
/
Input AC 100~240V.
MIC IN
Audio input port
Bidirectional talk input port. It is to receive the
analog audio signal output from the devices such
as mike phone, pickup.
MIC OUT
Audio output port
Audio output port. It is to output the analog audio
signal to the devices such as the sound box.
VIEDEO
OUT
1~16
input

Bidirectional talk output.

Audio output on 1-window video monitor.

Audio output on 1-window video playback.
Video output port
CVBS output
Alarm input port
1~16

There are four groups. The first group is from
port 1 to port 4, the second group is from port 5
to port 8, the third group is from 9 to 12, and
the fourth group is from 13 to 16. They are to
receive the signal from the external alarm
source. There are two types; NO (normal
open)/NC (normal close).

When your alarm input device is using external
power, please make sure the device and the
NVR have the same ground.
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Port Name
NO1~NO5
C1~C5
Function
GND
Alarm input ground port.
Alarm output port
1~5

5 groups of alarm output ports. (Group 1:port
NO1~C1,Group 2:port NO2~C2,Group 3:port
NO3~C3, Group 4:port NO4~C4, Group 5:
port NO5, C5, NC5).Output alarm signal to the
alarm device. Please make sure there is power
to the external alarm device.

NO: Normal open alarm output port.

C: Alarm output public end.

NC: Normal close alarm output port.
NC5
A
B
RS-485
communication
port
RS485_A port. It is the cable A. You can connect to
the control devices such as speed dome PTZ.
RS485_B.It is the cable B. You can connect to the
control devices such as speed dome PTZ.
CTRL 12V
/
Controller 12V power output. It is to control the
on-off alarm relay output. It can be used to control
the device alarm output. At the same time, it can
also be used as the power input source of some
devices such as the alarm detector.
+12V
/
+12V power output port. It can provide the power to
some peripheral devices such as the camera or the
alarm device. Please note the supplying power
shall be below 1A.
Network port
10M/100M/1000Mbps self-adaptive Ethernet port.
Connect to the network cable.
eSATA port
External SATA port. It can connect to the device of
the SATA port. Please jump the HDD when there is
peripheral connected HDD.
USB2.0 port
USB2.0 port. Connect to mouse, USB storage
device, USB burner and etc.
eSATA
RS-232
RS232
COM.
debug
It is for general COM debug to configure IP address
or transfer transparent COM data.
HDMI
High
Definition
Media Interface
High definition audio and video signal output port. It
transmits uncompressed high definition video and
multiple-channel data to the HDMI port of the
display device. HDMI version is 1.3
VGA
VGA video output
port
VGA video output port. Output analog video signal.
It can connect to the monitor to view analog video.
16 PoE ports
Built-in Switch. Support PoE. The 16 PoE ports
series products supports total 150W power. One
PoE port max supports 15W.
PoE
PORTS
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2.2.14 NVR78-RH Series
The NVR78-RH series rear panel is shown as below. See Figure 2-35.
Figure 2-35
Please refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Port Name
Function
Power switch
/
Power on-off button
Power
port
/
Input AC 100~240V.
MIC IN
Audio input port
Bidirectional talk input port. It is to receive the
analog audio signal output from the devices such
as mike phone, pickup.
MIC OUT
Audio output port
Audio output port. It is to output the analog audio
signal to the devices such as the sound box.
input
VIEDEO
OUT
1~16
NO1~NO5
C1~C5

Bidirectional talk output.

Audio output on 1-window video monitor.

Audio output on 1-window video playback.
Video output port
CVBS output
Alarm input port
1~16

There are four groups. The first group is from
port 1 to port 4, the second group is from port 5
to port 8, the third group is from 9 to 12, and
the fourth group is from 13 to 16. They are to
receive the signal from the external alarm
source. There are two types; NO (normal
open)/NC (normal close).

When your alarm input device is using external
power, please make sure the device and the
NVR have the same ground.
GND
Alarm input ground port.
Alarm output port
1~5

5 groups of alarm output ports. (Group 1:port
NO1~C1,Group 2:port NO2~C2,Group 3:port
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Port Name
Function
NO3~C3, Group 4:port NO4~C4, Group 5:
port NO5, C5, NC5).Output alarm signal to the
alarm device. Please make sure there is power
to the external alarm device.
NC5
A
B
RS-485
communication
port

NO: Normal open alarm output port.

C: Alarm output public end.

NC: Normal close alarm output port.
RS485_A port. It is the cable A. You can connect to
the control devices such as speed dome PTZ.
RS485_B.It is the cable B. You can connect to the
control devices such as speed dome PTZ.
CTRL 12V
/
Controller 12V power output. It is to control the
on-off alarm relay output. It can be used to control
the device alarm output. At the same time, it can
also be used as the power input source of some
devices such as the alarm detector.
+12V
/
+12V power output port. It can provide the power to
some peripheral devices such as the camera or the
alarm device. Please note the supplying power
shall be below 1A.
Network port
10M/100M/1000Mbps self-adaptive Ethernet port.
Connect to the network cable.
eSATA port
External SATA port. It can connect to the device of
the SATA port. Please jump the HDD when there is
peripheral connected HDD.
USB2.0 port
USB2.0 port. Connect to mouse, USB storage
device, USB burner and etc.
eSATA
RS-232
RS232
COM.
debug
It is for general COM debug to configure IP address
or transfer transparent COM data.
HDMI
High
Definition
Media Interface
High definition audio and video signal output port. It
transmits uncompressed high definition video and
multiple-channel data to the HDMI port of the
display device. HDMI version is 1.3. The two HDMI
ports to output video from different video sources.
VGA
VGA video output
port
VGA video output port. Output analog video signal.
It can connect to the monitor to view analog video.
2.2.15 NVR70 Series
The NVR70 series rear panel is shown as below. See Figure 2-36.
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Figure 2-36
Please refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Port Name
Function
Power switch
/
Power on-off button
Power
port
/
Input AC 100~240V.
MIC IN
Audio input port
Bidirectional talk input port. It is to receive the
analog audio signal output from the devices such
as mike phone, pickup.
MIC OUT
Audio output port
Audio output port. It is to output the analog audio
signal to the devices such as the sound box.
input
VIEDEO
OUT
1~16
NO1~NO5
C1~C5

Bidirectional talk output.

Audio output on 1-window video monitor.

Audio output on 1-window video playback.
Video output port
CVBS output
Alarm input port
1~16

There are four groups. The first group is from
port 1 to port 4, the second group is from port 5
to port 8, the third group is from 9 to 12, and
the fourth group is from 13 to 16. They are to
receive the signal from the external alarm
source. There are two types; NO (normal
open)/NC (normal close).

When your alarm input device is using external
power, please make sure the device and the
NVR have the same ground.
GND
Alarm input ground port.
Alarm output port
1~5

5 groups of alarm output ports. (Group 1:port
NO1~C1,Group 2:port NO2~C2,Group 3:port
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Port Name
Function
NO3~C3, Group 4:port NO4~C4, Group 5:
port NO5, C5, NC5).Output alarm signal to the
alarm device. Please make sure there is power
to the external alarm device.
NC5
A
B
RS-485
communication
port

NO: Normal open alarm output port.

C: Alarm output public end.

NC: Normal close alarm output port.
RS485_A port. It is the cable A. You can connect to
the control devices such as speed dome PTZ.
RS485_B.It is the cable B. You can connect to the
control devices such as speed dome PTZ.
CTRL 12V
/
Controller 12V power output. It is to control the
on-off alarm relay output. It can be used to control
the device alarm output. At the same time, it can
also be used as the power input source of some
devices such as the alarm detector.
+12V
/
+12V power output port. It can provide the power to
some peripheral devices such as the camera or the
alarm device. Please note the supplying power
shall be below 1A.
Network port
10M/100M/1000Mbps self-adaptive Ethernet port.
Connect to the network cable.
eSATA port
External SATA port. It can connect to the device of
the SATA port. Please jump the HDD when there is
peripheral connected HDD.
USB2.0 port
USB2.0 port. Connect to mouse, USB storage
device, USB burner and etc.
eSATA
RS-232
RS232
COM.
debug
It is for general COM debug to configure IP address
or transfer transparent COM data.
HDMI
High
Definition
Media Interface
High definition audio and video signal output port. It
transmits uncompressed high definition video and
multiple-channel data to the HDMI port of the
display device. HDMI version is 1.3
VGA
VGA video output
port
VGA video output port. Output analog video signal.
It can connect to the monitor to view analog video.
2.2.16 NVR70-R Series
The NVR70-R series rear panel is shown as below. See Figure 2-37.
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Figure 2-37
Please refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Port Name
Function
Power switch
/
Power on-off button
Power
port
/
Input AC 100~240V.
MIC IN
Audio input port
Bidirectional talk input port. It is to receive the
analog audio signal output from the devices such
as mike phone, pickup.
MIC OUT
Audio output port
Audio output port. It is to output the analog audio
signal to the devices such as the sound box.
input
VIEDEO
OUT
1~16
NO1~NO5
C1~C5

Bidirectional talk output.

Audio output on 1-window video monitor.

Audio output on 1-window video playback.
Video output port
CVBS output
Alarm input port
1~16

There are four groups. The first group is from
port 1 to port 4, the second group is from port 5
to port 8, the third group is from 9 to 12, and
the fourth group is from 13 to 16. They are to
receive the signal from the external alarm
source. There are two types; NO (normal
open)/NC (normal close).

When your alarm input device is using external
power, please make sure the device and the
NVR have the same ground.
GND
Alarm input ground port.
Alarm output port
1~5

5 groups of alarm output ports. (Group 1:port
NO1~C1,Group 2:port NO2~C2,Group 3:port
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Port Name
Function
NO3~C3, Group 4:port NO4~C4, Group 5:
port NO5, C5, NC5).Output alarm signal to the
alarm device. Please make sure there is power
to the external alarm device.
NC5
A
B
RS-485
communication
port

NO: Normal open alarm output port.

C: Alarm output public end.

NC: Normal close alarm output port.
RS485_A port. It is the cable A. You can connect to
the control devices such as speed dome PTZ.
RS485_B.It is the cable B. You can connect to the
control devices such as speed dome PTZ.
CTRL 12V
/
Controller 12V power output. It is to control the
on-off alarm relay output. It can be used to control
the device alarm output. At the same time, it can
also be used as the power input source of some
devices such as the alarm detector.
+12V
/
+12V power output port. It can provide the power to
some peripheral devices such as the camera or the
alarm device. Please note the supplying power
shall be below 1A.
Network port
10M/100M/1000Mbps self-adaptive Ethernet port.
Connect to the network cable.
eSATA port
External SATA port. It can connect to the device of
the SATA port. Please jump the HDD when there is
peripheral connected HDD.
USB2.0 port
USB2.0 port. Connect to mouse, USB storage
device, USB burner and etc.
eSATA
RS-232
RS232
COM.
debug
It is for general COM debug to configure IP address
or transfer transparent COM data.
HDMI
High
Definition
Media Interface
High definition audio and video signal output port. It
transmits uncompressed high definition video and
multiple-channel data to the HDMI port of the
display device. HDMI version is 1.3. The two HDMI
ports to output video from different video sources.
VGA
VGA video output
port
VGA video output port. Output analog video signal.
It can connect to the monitor to view analog video.
2.3 Alarm Connection
2.3.1 Alarm Port
The alarm port is shown as below. See Figure 2-38. The following figure is based on the 78 series.
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Figure 2-38
Icon
Function
1~16
ALARM1~ALARM16. The alarm becomes activated in the
low level.
NO1 C1,NO2 C2,NO3 C3,NO4 Four NO activation output groups. (On-off button).
C4
NO5 C5 NC5
One NO/NC activation output group. (On-off button).
CTRL 12V
Control power output. Disable power output when alarm is
canceled. Current is 500mA.
+12V
Rated current output. Current is 500mA.
GND
A/B
485 communication port. They are used to control devices
such as PTZ. Please parallel connect 120TΩ between A/B
cables if there are too many PTZ decoders.
Note
 Different models support different alarm input ports. Please refer to the specifications sheet for
detailed information.
 Slight difference may be found on the alarm port layout.
2.3.2 Alarm input port
Connect the positive end (+) of the alarm input device to the alarm input port (ALARM IN 1~16) of the
NVR. Connect the negative end (-) of the alarm input device to the ground end (
) of the NVR.
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Figure 2-39
Note


There are two alarm input types: NO/NC.
When connect the ground port of the alarm device to the NVR, you can use any of the GND ports
(


).
Connect the NC port of the alarm device to the alarm input port (ALARM) of the NVR.
When there is peripheral power supplying for the alarm device, please make sure it is earthed with
the NVR.
2.3.3 Alarm input and output port



There is peripheral power supplying for the external alarm device.
In case overload may result in NVR damage, please refer to the following relay specifications for
detailed information.
A/B cable of the RS485 is for the A/B cable connection of the speed PTZ.
2.3.4 Alarm relay specifications
Model:
JRC-27F
Material of the
touch
Silver
Rating
(Resistance
Load)
Rated switch capacity
30VDC 2A, 125VAC 1A
Maximum switch power
125VA 160W
Maximum switch voltage
250VAC, 220VDC
Maximum switch currency
1A
Between touches with same
polarity
1000VAC 1minute
Insulation
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Surge voltage
Between touches with different
polarity
1000VAC 1minute
Between touch and winding
1000VAC 1minute
Between touches with same
polarity
1500V (10×160us)
Length of open
time
3ms max
Length of close
time
3ms max
Longevity
Mechanical
50×106 MIN (3Hz)
Electrical
200×103 MIN (0.5Hz)
Temperature
-40℃ ~+70℃
2.4 Bidirectional talk
2.4.1 Device-end to PC-end
Device Connection
Please connect the speaker or the pickup to the first audio input port in the device rear panel. Then
connect the earphone or the sound box to the audio output port in the PC.
Login the Web and then enable the corresponding channel real-time monitor.
Please refer to the following interface to enable bidirectional talk. See Figure 2-40.
Figure 2-40
Listening Operation
At the device end, speak via the speaker or the pickup, and then you can get the audio from the earphone
or sound box at the pc-end. See Figure 2-41.
Figure 2-41
2.4.2 PC-end to the device-end
Device Connection
Connect the speaker or the pickup to the audio output port in the PC and then connect the earphone or
the sound box to the first audio input port in the device rear panel.
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Login the Web and then enable the corresponding channel real-time monitor.
Please refer to the above interface (Figure 2-40) to enable bidirectional talk.
Listening Operation
At the PC-end, speak via the speaker or the pickup, and then you can get the audio from the earphone or
sound box at the device-end. See Figure 2-42.
Figure 2-42
2.5 Mouse Operation
Please refer to the following sheet for mouse operation instruction.
Left
click
mouse
When you have selected one menu item, left click mouse to view menu content.
Modify checkbox or motion detection status.
Click combo box to pop up dropdown list
In input box, you can select input methods. Left click the corresponding button
on the panel you can input numeral/English character (small/capitalized). Here
← stands for backspace button. _ stands for space button.
In English input mode: _stands for input a backspace icon and ← stands for
deleting the previous character.
In numeral input mode: _ stands for clear and
previous numeral.
Double left
click mouse
← stands for deleting the
Implement special control operation such as double click one item in the file list
to playback the video.
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In multiple-window mode, double left click one channel to view in full-window.
Double left click current video again to go back to previous multiple-window
mode.
Right click
mouse
In real-time monitor mode, pops up shortcut menu.
Press middle
button
In numeral input box: Increase or decrease numeral value.
Exit current menu without saving the modification.
Switch the items in the check box.
Page up or page down
Move mouse
Select current control or move control
Drag mouse
Select motion detection zone
Select privacy mask zone.
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3 Device Installation
Note: All the installation and operations here should conform to your local electric safety rules.
3.1 Check Unpacked NVR
When you receive the NVR from the forwarding agent, please check whether there is any visible damage.
The protective materials used for the package of the NVR can protect most accidental clashes during
transportation. Then you can open the box to check the accessories.
Please check the items in accordance with the list. Finally you can remove the protective film of the NVR.
3.2 About Front Panel and Rear Panel
The model label in the front panel is very important; please check according to your purchase order.
The label in the rear panel is very important too. Usually we need you to represent the serial number
when we provide the service after sales.
3.3 HDD Installation
Important:
Please turn off the power before you replace the HDD.
The pictures listed below for reference only.
For the first time install, please be aware that whether the HDDs have been installed.
You can refer to the Appendix for HDD space information and recommended HDD brand. Please use
HDD of 7200rpm or higher. Usually we do not recommend the PC HDD.
Please follow the instructions below to install hard disk.
3.3.1 NVR100/100-P Series
Please make sure the metal surface of the HDD is facing up when you are installing!
This series NVR has only one 2.5-inch SATA HDD.
Please follow the instructions below to install HDD.
1 Draw out the HDD bracket
○
2 Make
○
sure the HDD metal
3 Put the HDD into the device.
○
surface is facing up and then put
the
HDD
into
the
bracket
horizontally. After the HDD is in
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the proper position, the columns
on the two sides can lock the
screw holes of the HDD to secure
it.
When you remove the HDD, please refer to the following figure to pull the spring up and then remove the
HDD.
3.3.2 NVR11/11-P/41/41-P/41-8P Series
1. Loosen the screws of the
upper cover and side panel.
4. Turn the device upside down
and then turn the screws in
2. Fix four screws in the HDD
(Turn just three rounds).
5. Fix the HDD firmly.
3. Place the HDD in accordance with
the four holes in the bottom.
6. Connect the HDD cable and
power cable.
firmly.
in the chassis.
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7. Put the cover in accordance
8.
Secure the screws in the
with the clip and then place the
rear panel and the side panel.
upper cover back.
3.3.3 NVR11H/11H-P/41H/41H-P/41H-8P Series
1. Loosen the screws of the
rear panel and side panel.
4. Turn the device upside down
2. Fix four screws in the HDD
(Turn just three rounds).
3. Place the HDD in accordance with
the four holes in the bottom.
5. Fix the HDD firmly.
and then turn the screws in
6. Connect the HDD cable and
power cable.
firmly.
in the chassis.
7. Put the cover in accordance
8.
Secure the screws in the
with the clip and then place the
rear panel and the side panel.
upper cover back.
3.3.4 NVR-ELM-8 Series
The following figures are based on the NVR-ELM-8-POE8 series.
1. Loosen the screws of the
upper cover and side panel.
2. Fix four screws in the HDD
(Turn just three rounds).
3. Place the HDD in accordance with
the four holes in the bottom.
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4. Turn the device upside down
5. Fix the HDD firmly.
and then turn the screws in
6. Connect the HDD cable and
power cable.
firmly.
in the chassis.
7. Put the cover in accordance
8. Secure the screws in the rear
with the clip and then place the
panel and the side panel.
upper cover back.
3.3.5 NVR44/44-8P/44-16P/74/74-8P/74-16P/ Series
The following figures are based on the NVR74 series.
① Use the screwdriver to loose the screws of the rear panel and then remove the front cover.
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② Put the HDD to the HDD bracket in the chassis and then line up the four screws to the four holes in
the HDD. Use the screwdriver to fix the screws firmly to secure HDD on the HDD bracket
③ Connect to the HDD data cable to the main board and the HDD port respectively. Loosen the power
cable of the chassis and connect another end of the power cable to the HDD port.
④ After connect the cable, put the front cover back to the device and then fix screws of the rear panel.
3.3.6 NVR48/48-16P/NVR78/78-16P Series
The following figures are based on the NVR78 series.
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④ Use the screwdriver to loose the screws of the rear panel and then remove the front cover.
⑤ Put the HDD to the HDD bracket in the chassis and then line up the four screws to the four holes in
the HDD. Use the screwdriver to fix the screws firmly to secure HDD on the HDD bracket
⑥ Connect to the HDD data cable to the main board and the HDD port respectively. Loosen the power
cable of the chassis and connect another end of the power cable to the HDD port.
④ After connect the cable, put the front cover back to the device and then fix screws of the rear panel.
3.3.7 NVR78-RH Series
1. Turn the key into the hole in the front
panel.
2. Open the front panel.
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3. Put the HDD to the slot and adjust the
handle to secure it.
4. Put the front panel back and use the
key to fix firmly.
HDD Handle Installation
1. Line up the handle to the HDD side
(without the interface)
2. Use the screwdriver to fix the handle
on the HDD.
3.3.8 NVR70/70-R Series
① Use four screws to secure the HDD.
② Put the HDD to the HDD box at the
front panel of the device. .
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③ Please pull the handle up when you are
④ After put the HDD box to the SATA
inputing the HDD box in case the the
handle collides with the front panel
board, put the handle back..
3.4 CD-ROM Installation
Please follow the steps listed below.
① Open top cover and then remove the
HDD bracket
② Take off the bottom of the HDD bracket and
CD-ROM bracket.
③ Fix the CD-ROM bracket at the HDD
bracket.
④ Install a pair of the CD-ROM bracket. Please make
sure the reverse side is secure too.
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⑤ Install SATA burner. Line up the SATA
burner to the hole positions.
⑦ Put the bracket back. Please adjust the
CD-ROM to the proper position so that
the button of the front panel is directly
facing the pop-up button of the
CD-ROM.
⑥
User screwdriver to fix the screws.
⑧ Connect the SATA cable and power wire.
⑨ Secure the HDD bracket and put the
top cover back.
3.5 Connection Sample
3.5.1 NVR100/NVR100-P Series
Please refer to Figure 3-1 for connection sample.
Here we take NVR100-P as an example.
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Figure 3-1
3.5.2 NVR11/11-P/41/41-P/41-8P Series
Please refer to Figure 3-2 for connection sample.
Here we take NVR41 as an example.
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Figure 3-2
3.5.3 NVR11H/11H-P/41H/41H-P/41H-8P Series
Please refer to Figure 3-3 for connection sample.
Here we take NVR41H as an example.
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Figure 3-3
3.5.4 NVR-ELM-8 Series
Please refer to Figure 3-4 for connection sample.
The following figure is based on our 42-8P series product.
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Figure 3-4
3.5.5 NVR44/44-8P/44-16P Series
Please refer to Figure 3-5 for connection sample.
The following interface is based on the 44-8P series product.
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Figure 3-5
3.5.6 NVR48/48-16P Series
Please refer to Figure 3-6 for connection sample.
The following interface is based on the 48-16P series product.
Figure 3-6
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3.5.7 NVR72 Series
Please refer to Figure 3-7 for connection sample.
Figure 3-7
3.5.8 NVR72-8P Series
Please refer to Figure 3-8 for connection sample.
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Figure 3-8
3.5.9 NVR74 Series
Please refer to Figure 3-9 for connection sample.
The following figure is based on the 74 series product.
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Figure 3-9
3.5.10 NVR74-8P/74-16P Series
Please refer to Figure 3-10 for connection sample.
The following figure is based on the NVR74-8P series product.
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Figure 3-10
3.5.11 NVR78 Series
Please refer to Figure 3-11 for connection sample.
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Figure 3-11
3.5.12 NVR78-16P Series
Please refer to Figure 3-12 for connection sample.
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Figure 3-12
3.5.13 NVR78-RH Series
Please refer to Figure 3-13 for connection sample.
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Figure 3-13
3.5.14 NVR70 Series
Please refer to Figure 3-14 for connection sample.
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Figure 3-14
3.5.15 NVR70-R Series
Please refer to Figure 3-15 for connection sample.
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Figure 3-15
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4 Local Basic Operation
4.1 Boot up and Shutdown
4.1.1 Boot up
Before the boot up, please make sure:
 The rated input voltage matches the device power on-off button. Please make sure the power wire
connection is OK. Then click the power on-off button.
 Always use the stable current, if necessary UPS is a best alternative measure.
Please follow the steps listed below to boot up the device.
 Connect the device to the monitor and then connect a mouse.
 Connect power cable.
 Click the power button at the front or rear panel and then boot up the device. After device booted up,
the system is in multiple-channel display mode by default.
4.1.2 Shutdown
Note
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
When you see corresponding dialogue box “System is shutting down…” Do not click power on-off
button directly.
Do not unplug the power cable or click power on-off button to shutdown device directly when device
is running (especially when it is recording.)
There are three ways for you to log out.
a) Main menu (RECOMMENDED)
From Main Menu->Shutdown, select shutdown from dropdown list.
Click OK button, you can see device shuts down.
b) From power on-off button on the front panel or remote control
Press the power on-off button on the NVR front panel or remote control for more than 3 seconds to
shutdown the device.
c)
From power on-off button on the rear panel.
4.2 Startup Wizard
After device successfully booted up, it goes to startup wizard.
Click Cancel/Next button, you can see system goes to login interface.
Tips
Check the box Startup button here, system goes to startup wizard again when it boots up the next time.
Cancel the Startup button, system goes to the login interface directly when it boots up the next time.
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Figure 4-1
Click Cancel button or Next Step button, system goes to login interface. See Figure 4-2.
System consists of four accounts:
 Username: admin. Password: admin. (administrator, local and network)
 Username: 888888. Password: 888888. (administrator, local only)
 Username: 666666. Password: 666666(Lower authority user who can only monitor, playback,
backup and etc.)
 Username: default. Password: default (hidden user). Hidden user “default” is for system interior use
only and can not be deleted. When there is no login user, hidden user “default” automatically login.
You can set some rights such as monitor for this user so that you can view some channel view
without login.
Figure 4-2
Note:
For security reason, please modify password after you first login.
Within 30 minutes, three times login failure will result in system alarm and five times login failure will result
in account lock!
Click OK button, you can go to General interface. See Figure 4-3.
For detailed information, please refer to chapter 4.13.1.
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Figure 4-3
Click Next button, you can go to network interface. See Figure 4-4
For detailed information, please refer to chapter 4.11.
Figure 4-4
Click Next button, you can go to remote device interface. See Figure 4-5
For detailed information, please refer to chapter 4.4.
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Figure 4-5
Click Next button, you can go to Schedule interface. See Figure 4-6.
For detailed information, please refer to chapter 4.7.2.
Figure 4-6
Click Finish button, system pops up a dialogue box. Click the OK button, the startup wizard is complete.
See Figure 4-7.
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Figure 4-7
4.3 Navigation Bar
You need to go to the Main menu->Setting->System->General to enable navigation bar function;
otherwise you can not see the following interface.
The navigation bar is shown as below. See Figure 4-8.
Figure 4-8
4.3.1 Main Menu
Click button
to go to the main menu interface.
4.3.2 Dual-screen operation
Important
This function is for some series only.
Click
to select screen 2, you can view an interface shown as below. See Figure 4-9. It is a
navigation bar for screen 2.
Figure 4-9
Click any screen split mode; HDMI2 screen can display corresponding screens. Now you can control two
screens. See Figure 4-10.
Figure 4-10
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Note
 Screen 2 funciton is null if tour is in process. Please disable tour funciton first,
 Right now, the screen 2 operation can only be realized on the navigation bard. The operations on the
right-click menu are for screen 1 only.
4.3.3 Output Screen
Select corresponding window-split mode and output channels.
4.3.4 Tour
Click button
to enable tour, the icon becomes
, you can see the tour is in process.
4.3.5 PTZ
Click
, system goes to the PTZ control interface. Please refer to chapter 4.6.2.
4.3.6 Color
Click button
, system goes to the color interface. Please refer to chapter 4.5.4.1.
Please make sure system is in one-channel mode.
4.3.7 Search
Click button
, system goes to search interface. Please refer to chapter 4.8.2
4.3.8 Alarm Status
Click button
, system goes to alarm status interface. It is to view device status and channel status.
Please refer to chapter 4.14.1.4.
4.3.9 Channel Info
Click button
, system goes to the channel information setup interface. It is to view information of the
corresponding channel. See Figure 4-11.
Figure 4-11
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4.3.10 Remote Device
Click
, system goes to the remote device interface. Please refer to chapter 4.4
4.3.11 Network
Click
, system goes to the network interface. It is to set network IP address, default gateway and etc.
Please refer to chapter 4.11.
4.3.12 HDD Manager
Click
, system goes to the HDD manager interface. It is to view and manage HDD information.
Please refer to chapter 4.12.1.
4.3.13 USB Manager
Click
, system goes to the USB Manager interface. It is to view USB information, backup and update.
Please refer to chapter 4.9.1 file backup, chapter 4.9.3 backup log, chapter4.9.2 import/export, and
chapter 4.14.4 upgrade for detailed information.
4.4 Remote Device
4.4.1 Remote Device Connection
From Mani menu->Setting->Remote device or right click mouse on the preview interface and then select
remote device item, you can see the following interface. See Figure 4-12.
Figure 4-12
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Click Device search button, you can view the searched IP addresses at the top pane of the interface.
Double click an IP address or check one IP address and then click Add button, you can add current
device to the bottom pane of the interface. System supports batch add function.
Click Manual Add button, you can add a device directly. Here you can set TCP/UPD/auto connection
mode. The default setup is TCP. See Figure 4-13.
Important
Please note the manual add function is for Dahua, Panasonic, Sony, Dynacolor, Samsung, AXIS, Arecont,
ONVIF and Custom. When the type is the custom, you can just input URL address, user name and
password connect to the network camera without considering network camera manufacture. Please
contact your network camera manufacturer for the URL address.
Figure 4-13
4.4.2 Short-Cut Menu
In the preview interface, for the channel of no IPC connection, you can click the icon “+” in the centre of
the interface to quickly go to the Remote Device interface. See Figure 4-14.
Figure 4-14
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4.4.3 Image
From main menu->setting->camera->image, you can see the image interface is shown as below. See
Figure 4-15.
 Channel: Select a channel from the dropdown list.
 Saturation: It is to adjust monitor window saturation. The value ranges from 0 to 100. The default
value is 50. The larger the number, the strong the color is. This value has no effect on the general
brightness of the whole video. The video color may become too strong if the value is too high. For
the grey part of the video, the distortion may occur if the white balance is not accurate. Please note
the video may not be attractive if the value is too low. The recommended val ue ranges from 40 to 60.
 Brightness: It is to adjust monitor window bright. The value ranges from 0 to 100. The default value is
50. The larger the number is, the bright the video is. When you input the value here, the bright
section and the dark section of the video will be adjusted accordingly. You can use this function
when the whole video is too dark or too bright. Please note the video may become hazy if the value
is too high. The recommended value ranges from 40 to 60.
 Contrast: It is to adjust monitor window contrast. The value ranges from 0 to 100. The default value
is 50. The larger the number is, the higher the contrast is. You can use this function when the whole
video bright is OK but the contrast is not proper. Please note the video may become hazy if the value
is too low. If this value is too high, the dark section may lack brightness while the bright section may
over exposure .The recommended value ranges from 40 to 60.
 Auto Iris: It is for the device of the auto lens. You can check the box before ON to enable this
function. The auto iris may change if the light becomes different. When you disable this function, the
iris is at the max. System does not add the auto iris function in the exposure control. This function is
on by default.
 Mirror: It is to switch video up and bottom limit. This function is disabled by default.
 Flip: It is to switch video left and right limit. This function is disabled by default.
 BLC:It includes several options: BLC/WDR/HLC/OFF.
 BLC: The device auto exposures according to the environments situation so that the darkest area of
the video is cleared
 WDR: For the WDR scene, this function can lower the high bright section and enhance the
brightness of the low bright section. So that you can view these two sections clearl y at the same time.
The value ranges from 1 to 100. When you switch the camera from no-WDR mode to the WDR mode,
system may lose several seconds record video.
 HLC: After you enabled HLC function, the device can lower the brightness of the brightest section
according to the HLC control level. It can reduce the area of the halo and lower the brightness of the
whole video.
 OFF: It is to disable the BLC function. Please note this function is disabled by default.
 Profile: It is to set the white balance mode. It has effect on the general hue of the video. This function
is on by default. You can select the different scene mode such as auto, sunny, cloudy, home, office,
night, disable and etc to adjust the video to the best quality.
 Auto: The auto white balance is on. System can auto compensate the color temperature to make
sure the vide color is proper.
 Sunny: The threshold of the white balance is in the sunny mode.
 Night: The threshold of the white balance is in the night mode.
 Customized: You can set the gain of the red/blue channel. The value reneges from 0 to 100.
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Day/night. It is to set device color and the B/W mode switch. The default setup is auto.
Color: Device outputs the color video.
Auto: Device auto select to output the color or the B/W video according to the device feature (The
general bright of the video or there is IR light or not.)
 B/W: The device outputs the black and white video.
 Sensor: It is to set when there is peripheral connected IR light.
Please note some non-IR series product support sensor input function.
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Figure 4-15
4.4.4 Channel Name
From main menu->Setting->Camera-Channel name, you can see an interface shown as in Figure 4-16.
It is to modify channel name. It max supports 31-character.
Please note you can only modify the channel name of the connected network camera.
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Figure 4-16
4.4.5 Upgrade
It is to update the network camera.
From main menu->setting->camera->remote, the interface is shown as below. See Figure 4-17.
Click Browse button and then select the upgrade file. Then select a channel (or you can select device
type filter to select several devices at the same time.)
Click Begin button to upgrade. You can see the corresponding dialogue once the upgrade is finish.
Figure 4-17
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4.4.6 UPNP
Important
Do not connect the switch to the PoE port, otherwise the connection may fail!
Please connect the IPC to the PoE port of the device rear panel (Figure 4-18), system can auto connect
to the network camera. Please note the following figure is for reference only.
Figure 4-18
4.4.7 Built-in Switch Setup
The built-in switch function is for product of PoE port.
From Main menu->Setting->Network->Switch, you can set switch IP address, subnet mask, gateway and
etc. See Figure 4-19.
Figure 4-19
4.5 Preview
After device booted up, the system is in multiple-channel display mode. See Figure 4-20.Please note the
displayed window amount may vary. The following figure is for reference only. Please refer to chapter 1.3
Specifications for the window-amount your product supported.
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Figure 4-20
4.5.1 Preview
If you want to change system date and time, you can refer to general settings (Main
Menu->Setting->System->General). If you want to modify the channel name, please refer to the
display settings (Main Menu->Camera->CAM name)
Please refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
1
Recording status
3
Video loss
2
Motion detection
4
Camera lock
Tips
 Preview drag: If you want to change position of channel 1 and channel 2 when you are
previewing, you can left click mouse in the channel 1 and then drag to channel 2, release mouse
you can switch channel 1 and channel 2 positions.
 Use mouse middle button to control window split: You can use mouse middle button to switch
window split amount.
4.5.2 Preview control interface
Move you mouse to the top centre of the video of current channel, you can see system pops up the
preview control interface. See Figure 4-21. If your mouse stays in this area for more than 6 seconds
and has no operation, the control bar automatically hides.
1
2
3
4
6
7
Figure 4-21 Digital Channel
1) Realtime playback
It is to playback the previous 5-60 minutes record of current channel.
Please go to the Main menu->Setting->->System->General to set real-time playback time.
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System may pop up a dialogue box if there is no such record in current channel.
2) Digital zoom
It is to zoom in specified zone of current channel. It supports zoom in function of multiple-channel.
Click button
, the button is shown as
.
There are two ways for you to zoom in.
 Drag the mouse to select a zone, you can view an interface show as Figure 4-22.

Figure 4-22
Put the middle button at the centre of the zone you want to zoom in, and move the mouse, you
can view an interface shown as in Figure 4-23.
Figure 4-23
Right click mouse to cancel zoom and go back to the original interface.
3) Manual record function
It is to backup the video of current channel to the USB device. System can not backup the video of
multiple-channel at the same time.
Click button
, system begins recording. Click it again, system stops recoridng. You can find the record
file on the flash disk.
4) Manual Snapshot
Click
to snapshot 1-5 times. The snapshot file is saved on the USB device or HDD. You can go to
the Search interface (chapter 4.8) to view.
5) Bidirectional talk
If the connected front-end device supports bidirectional talk function, you can click this button. Click
button
to start bidirectional talk function the icon now is shown as
. Now the rest
bidirectional talk buttons of digital channel becomes null too.
Click
again, you can cancel bidirectional talk and the bidirectional talk buttons of other digital
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channels become as
.
6) Remote device
Shortcut menu. Click it to go to the remote device interface to add/delete remote device or view its
corresponding information. Please refer to chapter4.4.2 for detailed information.
4.5.3 Right Click Menu
After you logged in the device, right click mouse, you can see the short cut menu. Please see Figure
4-24.
 Window split mode: You can select window amount and then select channels.
 PTZ: Click it to go to PTZ interface.
 Auto focus: It is to set auto focus function. Please make sure the connected network camera
supports this function.
 Color setting: Set video corresponding information.
 Search: Click it to go to Search interface to search and playback a record file.
 Record control: Enable/disable record channel.
 Alarm output: It is to set alarm output mode.
 Remote device: Search and add a remote device.
 Alarm output: Generate alarm output signal manually.
 Main menu: Go to system main menu interface.
Tips:
Right click mouse to go back to the previous interface.
Figure 4-24
4.5.4 Preview Display Effect Setup
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4.5.4.1 Video Color
Here you can set hue, brightness, contrast, saturation, gain, white level, color mode and etc. See
Figure 4-25.
Figure 4-25
Please refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Item
Note
Period
There are two periods in one day. You can set different
sharpness, brightness, and contrast setup for different periods.
Effective Time
Check the box here to enable this function and then set period
time.
Sharpness
Brightness
The value here is to adjust the edge of the video. The value
ranges from 0 to 100. The larger the value is, the clear the edge
is and vice versa. Please note there is noise if the value here is
too high. The default value is 50 and the recommended value
ranges from 40 to 60.
It is to adjust monitor window bright. The value ranges from 0 to
100. The default value is 50.
The larger the number, the bright the video is. When you input
the value here, the bright section and the dark section of the
video will be adjusted accordingly. You can use this function
when the whole video is too dark or too bright. Please note the
video may become hazy if the value is too high. The
recommended value ranges from 40 to 60.
Contrast
It is to adjust monitor window contrast. The value ranges from 0
to 100. The default value is 50.
The larger the number, the higher the contrast is. You can use
this function when the whole video bright is OK but the contrast
is not proper. Please note the video may become hazy if the
value is too low. If this value is too high, the dark section may
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Item
Note
lack brightness while the bright section may over exposure .The
recommended value ranges from 40 to 60.
Saturation
It is to adjust monitor window saturation. The value ranges from
0 to 100. The default value is 50.
The larger the number, the strong the color is. This value has
no effect on the general brightness of the whole video. The
video color may become too strong if the value is too high. For
the grey part of the video, the distortion may occur if the white
balance is not accurate. Please note the video may not be
attractive if the value is too low. The recommended value
ranges from 40 to 60.
Gain
The gain adjust is to set the gain value. The default value may
vary due to different device models. The smaller the value, the
low the noise. But the brightness is also too low in the dark
environments. It can enhance the video brightness if the value
is high. But the video noise may become too clear.
Color mode
It includes several modes such as standard, color, bright,
gentle. Select a color mode, the sharpness, brightness,
contrast and etc can automatically switch to corresponding
setup.
4.5.4.2 Display
From Main Menu->Setting->System->Display, you can go to the following interface. See Figure 4-26.
Here you can set menu and video preview effect. All you operation here does not affect the record file and
playback effect.
Figure 4-26
Now you can set corresponding information.
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Resolution: There are four options: 1280×1024 (Default), 1280×720, 1920×1080, 1024×768. Please
note the system needs to reboot to activate current setup.
 VGA+HDMI2: It is for dual-screen operation. Please select from the dropdown list according to your
actual situation. Click Apply button, system needs to restart to activate new setup. For example,
32+4 means for VGA, system max supports 32-window split and for HDMI2, system max supports
4-window split.
 Transparency: Here is for you to adjust transparency. The value ranges from 128 to 255.
 Channel name: Here is for you to modify channel name. System max support 25-digit (The value
may vary due to different series). Please note all your modification here only applies to NVR local
end. You need to open web or client end to refresh channel name.
 Time display: You can select to display time or not when system is playback.
 Channel display: You can select to channel name or not when system is playback.
 Image enhance: Check the box; you can optimize the margin of the preview video.
 Original scale: Check the box here to restore video original scale.
Click OK button to save current setup.

4.5.4.3 TV adjust
From Main Menu->Setting->System->Display-TV adjust; you can go to the following interface. See Figure
4-26. Here you can set margins and brightness.
Figure 4-27
4.5.5 Preview Tour Parameters
Set preview display mode, channel display sequence and tour setup.
 Set preview display mode: On the preview interface, right click mouse, you can view right-click menu.
Now you can select preview window amount and channel.
 Set channel display mode: On the preview interface, if you want to change channel 1 and channel 16
position, please right click channel 1 video window and then drag to the channel 16 video window,
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release button, you can change channel 1 and channel 16 position.
 Tour setup: Here you can set preview window channel display mode and interval. Please follow the
steps listed below.
From Main menu->Setting->System->Display->Tour, you can see an interface shown as in Figure 4-28.
Here you can set tour parameter.
 Enable tour: Check the box here to enable tour function.
 Interval: Input proper interval value here. The value ranges from 1-120 seconds.
 Monitor tour type: System support 1/8-window tour.
 Alarm tour type: System support 1/8-window tour.
Figure 4-28
Tips
On the navigation bar, click
/
to enable/disable tour.
Click Save button to save current setup.
4.6 PTZ
Note:
Before you control the PTZ, please make sure the PTZ decoder and the NVR network
connection is OK and the corresponding settings are right.
4.6.1 PTZ Settings
Cable Connection
Please follow the procedures below to go on cable connection
 Connect the dome RS485 port to NVR RS485 port.
 Connect dome video output cable to NVR video input port.
 Connect power adapter to the dome.
In the main menu, from Setting->System->PTZ, you can see an interface is shown as in Figure 4-29.
Here you can set the following items:
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
Channel: Select the current camera channel.
PTZ type: There are two types: local/remote. Please select local mode if you are connect RS485
cable to connect to the Speed dome (PTZ). Please select remote mode if yo u are connecting to the
network PTZ camera.
Protocol: Select corresponding PTZ protocol(such as PELCOD)
Address: Default address is 1.
Baud rate: Select corresponding baud rate. Default value is 9600.
Data bit: Select corresponding data bits. Default value is 8.
Stop bit: Select corresponding stop bits. Default value is 1.
Parity: There are three options: odd/even/none. Default setup is none.
Figure 4-29
If you are connecting to network PTZ, the PTZ type shall be remote. See Figure 4-30.
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Figure 4-30
4.6.2 PTZ Control
After completing all the setting please click save button. Right click mouse (click “Fn” Button in the
front panel or click “Fn” key in the remote control). The interface is shown as in Figure 4-31. Please
note you can only go to the PTZ control interface when you are in 1-window display mode.
Figure 4-31
The PTZ setup is shown as in See Figure 4-32.
Please note the commend name is grey once device does not support this function.
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The PTZ operation is only valid in one-window mode.
Here you can control PTZ direction, speed, zoom, focus, iris, preset, tour, scan, pattern aux function, light
and wiper, rotation and etc.
Speed is to control PTZ movement speed. The value ranges from 1 to 8.The speed 8 is faster than speed
1. You can use the remote control to click the small keyboard to set.
You can click
and
of the zoom, focus and iris to zoom in/out, definition and brightness.
The PTZ rotation supports 8 directions. If you are using direction buttons on the front panel, there are only
four directions: up/down/left/right.
Figure 4-32
In the middle of the eight direction arrows, there is a 3D intelligent positioning key. See Figure 4-33.
Please make sure your protocol supports this function and you need to use mouse to control.
Click this key, system goes back to the single screen mode. Drag the mouse in the screen to adjust
section size. The dragged zone supports 4X to 16X speeds. It can realize PTZ automatically. The smaller
zone you dragged, the higher the speed.
Figure 4-33
Name
Function
key
function
Zoom
Near
Focus
Near
Iris
close
In Figure 4-32, click
Shortcut
key
Function
key
function
Far
Shortcut
key

│
Far
►│

Open

to open the menu, you can set preset, tour, pattern, scan and etc. See
Figure 4-34.
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Figure 4-34
Please refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Please note the above interface may vary due to different protocols. The button is grey and can not
be selected once the current function is null.
Right click mouse or click the ESC button at the front panel to go back to the Figure 4-32.
Icon
Function
Icon
Function
Preset
Flip
Tour
Reset
Pattern
Aux
Scan
Aux
on-off
button
Rotate
Go to menu
4.6.2.1 PTZ Function Setup
Click
, you can go to the following interface to set preset, tour, pattern, and scan. See Figure 4-35.
Figure 4-35
Preset Setup
In Figure 4-35, click preset button and use eight direction arrows to adjust camera to the proper position.
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The interface is shown as in Figure 4-36.
Click Set button and then input preset number.
Click Set button to save current preset.
Figure 4-36
Tour Setup
In Figure 4-35, click tour button.
Input tour value and preset No. Click Add preset button to add current preset to the tour. See Figure 4-37.
Tips
Repeat the above steps to add more presets to the tour. Click Del preset button to remove it from the tour.
Please note some protocols do not support delete preset function.
Figure 4-37
Pattern Setup
In Figure 4-35, click Pattern button and input pattern number.
Click Begin button to start direction operation. Or you can go back to Figure 4-32 to operate
zoom/focus/iris/direction operation.
In Figure 4-35, click End button.
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Figure 4-38
Scan Setup
In Figure 4-35, click Scan button.
Use direction buttons to set camera left limit and then click Left button.
Use direction buttons to set camera right limit and then click Right button. Now the scan setup process is
complete.
Figure 4-39
4.6.2.2 Call PTZ Function
Call Preset
In Figure 4-34, input preset value and then click
to call a preset. Click
again to stop call.
Call Pattern
In Figure 4-34, input pattern value and then click
call.
to call a pattern. Click
again to stop
Call Tour
In Figure 4-34, input tour value and then click
to call a tour. Click again
to stop call.
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Call Scan
In Figure 4-34, input Scan value and then click
to call a tour. Click again
to stop call.
Rotate
In Figure 4-34, click
to enable the camera to rotate.
System supports preset, tour, pattern, scan, rotate, light and etc function.
Note:


Preset, tour and pattern all need the value to be the control parameters. You can define it as y ou
require.
You need to refer to your camera user’s manual for Aux definition. In some cases, it can be used for
special process.
Aux
Click
, system goes to the following interface. The options here are defined by the protocol. The aux
number is corresponding to the aux on-off button of the decoder. See Figure 4-40.
Figure 4-40
4.7 Record and Snapshot
The record/snapshot priority is: Alarm->Motion detect->Schedule.
4.7.1 Encode
4.7.1.1 Encode
Encode setting is to set IPC encode mode, resolution, bit stream type and etc
From Main menu->Setting->System->Encode, you can see the following interface. See Figure 4-41.
 Channel: Select the channel you want.
 Type: Please select from the dropdown list. There are three options: regular/motion detect/alarm.
You can set the various encode parameters for different record types.
 Compression: System supports H.264, MPEG4, MJPEG and etc.
 Resolution: The mainstream resolution type is IPC’s encoding config. Generally there is
D1/720P/1080P.
 Frame rate: It ranges from 1f/s to 25f/s in NTSC mode and 1f/s to 30f/s in PAL mode.
 Bit rate type: System supports two types: CBR and VBR. In VBR mode, you can set vi deo quality.
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Quality: There are six levels ranging from 1 to 6. The sixth level has the highest image quality.
Video/audio: You can enable or disable the video/audio. Please note, once you enable audio
function for one channel, system may enable audio function of the rest channels by default.
Copy:After you complete the setup, you can click Copy button to copy current setup to other
channel(s). You can see an interface is shown as in Figure 4-44. You can see current channel
number is grey. Please check the number to select the channel or you can check the box ALL.
Please click the OK button in Figure 4-44 and Figure 4-42 respectively to complete the setup. Please
note, once you check the All box, you set same encode setup for all channels. Audio/video enable
box, overlay button and the copy button is shield.
Please highlight icon
to select the corresponding function.
Figure 4-41
4.7.1.2 Overlay
Click overlay button, you can see an interface is shown in Figure 4-42.
 Cover area: Here is for you to cover area section. You can drag you mouse to set proper section size.
In one channel video, system max supports 4 zones in one channel. You can set with Fn button or
direction buttons.
 Preview/monitor: The cover area has two types. Preview and Monitor. Preview means the privacy
mask zone can not be viewed by user when system is in preview status. Monitor means the privacy
mask zone can not be view by the user when system is in monitor status.
 Time display: You can select system displays time or not when you playback. Please click set button
and then drag the title to the corresponding position in the screen.
 Channel display: You can select system displays channel number or not when you playback. Please
click set button and then drag the title to the corresponding position in the screen.
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Figure 4-42
4.7.1.3 Snapshot
Here you can set snapshot mode, picture size, quality and frequency. See Figure 4-43.
 Snapshot mode: There are two modes: regular and trigger. If you set regular mode, you need to set
snapshot frequency. If you set trigger snapshot, you need to set snapshot activation operation.
 Image size: Here you can set snapshot picture size.
 Image quality: Here you can set snapshot quality. The value ranges from 1 to 6.
 Interval: It is for you to set timing (schedule) snapshot interval.
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Figure 4-43
Figure 4-44
4.7.2 Schedule
The record type priority is: Alarm>Motion detect>Regular.
4.7.2.1 Schedule Record
Set record time, record plan and etc. Please note system is in 24-hour record by default after its first
boot up.
In the main menu, from Main menu->Setting->Storage->Schedule, you can go to schedule menu.
See Figure 4-48. There are total six periods.
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
Channel: Please select the channel number first. You can select “all” if you want to set for the whole
channels.
: Sync connection icon. Select icon

together. Now the icon is shown as







of several dates, all checked items can be edited or
.
: Click it to delete a record type from one period.
Record Type: Please check the box to select corresponding record type. There are four types:
Regular/MD (motion detect)/Alarm/MD&Alarm.
Week day: There are eight options: ranges from Saturday to Sunday and all.
Holiday: It is to set holiday setup. Please note you need to go to the General interface (Main
Menu->Setting->System->General) to add holiday first. Otherwise you can not see this item.
Pre-record: System can pre-record the video before the event occurs into the file. The value ranges
from 1 to 30 seconds depending on the bit stream.
Redundancy: System supports redundancy backup function. It allows you backup recorded file in
two disks. You can highlight Redundancy button to activate this function. Please note, before enable
this function, please set at least one HDD as redundant. (Main menu->Setting->Storage->HDD
Manager). Please note this function is null if there is only one HDD.
ANR: It is to save video to the SD card of the network camera in case the network connection fails.
The value ranges from 0s~43200s. After the network connection resumed, the system can get the
video from the SD card and there is no risk of record loss.
Period setup: Click button
after one date or a holiday, you can see an interface shown as in
Figure 4-49.There are four record types: regular, motion detection (MD), Alarm, MD & alarm.
Please following the steps listed below to draw the period manually.
a) Select a channel you want to set. See Figure 4-45.

Figure 4-45
b)
Set record type. See Figure 4-46.
Figure 4-46
c)
Please draw manually to set record period. There are six periods in one day. See Figure 4-47.
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Figure 4-47
Please check the box
to select the corresponding function. After completing all the setups please
click save button, system goes back to the previous menu.
There are color bars for your reference. Green color stands for regular recording, yellow color stands
for motion detection and red color stands for alarm recording. The white means the MD and alarm
record is valid. Once you have set to record when the MD and alarm occurs, system will not record
neither motion detect occurs nor the alarm occurs.
Figure 4-48
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Figure 4-49
Quick Setup
Copy function allows you to copy one channel setup to another. After setting in channel 1, click Copy
button, you can go to interface Figure 4-50. You can see current channel name is grey such as channel 1.
Now you can select the channel you wan to paste such as channel 5/6/7. If you wan to save current setup
of channel 1 to all channels, you can click the first box “ALL”. Click the OK button to save current copy
setup. Click the OK button in the Encode interface, the copy function succeeded.
Please note, if you select ALL in Figure 4-50, the record setup of all channels are the same and the Copy
button becomes hidden.
Figure 4-50
Click OK button to save current setup.
4.7.2.2 Schedule Snapshot
From Main menu->Setting->Storage->Record or on the preview interface, right click mouse and then
select record item, you can see Figure 4-51.
Select snapshot channel and enable snapshot function. Click Save button.
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Figure 4-51
From Main menu->Setting->Camera->Encode->Snapshot, you can go to snapshot interface. See Figure
4-52.
Select the snapshot channel from the dropdown list and then select snapshot mode as Timing (Schedule)
from the dropdown list and then set picture size, quality and snapshot frequency.
Figure 4-52
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In the main menu, from Main menu->Setting->Storage->Schedule, you can go to schedule menu.
See Figure 4-48. Here you can set snapshot period. There are total six periods in one day. Please refer
to chapter 4.7.2.1 for detailed setup information. The setup steps are general the same.
Figure 4-53
Note


Please note the trigger snapshot has the higher priority than regular snapshot. If you have enabled
these two types at the same time, system can activate the trigger snapshot when an alarm occurs,
and otherwise system just operates the regular snapshot.
Only the trigger snapshot supports this function. The regular snapshot function can not send out
picture via the email. But you can upload the picture to a FTP.
4.7.3 Motion detect record/snapshot
4.7.3.1 Motion detect record
a)
From Main menu->Setting->Event->Detect, you can go to the following interface. See Figure
4-54.
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b)
c)
d)

Figure 4-54
Select motion detect from the event type dropdown list. Select a channel from the dropdown list
and then check the enable button to enable motion detect function.
Click Region Select button to set motion detect zone. There are 396(PAL)/330(NTSC) small
zones. The green zone is current cursor position. Grey zone is the motion detection zone. Black
zone is the disarmed zone. You can click Fn button to switch between the arm mode and disarm
mode. In arm mode, you can click the direction buttons to move the green rectangle to set the
motion detection zone. After you completed the setup, please click ENTER button to exit current
setup. Do remember click save button to save current setup. If you click ESC button to exit the
region setup interface system will not save your zone setup.
Period: Click set button, you can see an interface is shown as in Figure 4-77. Here you can set
motion detect period. System only enables motion detect operation in the specified periods. It is
not for video loss or the tampering. There are two ways for you to set periods. Please note
system only supports 6 periods in one day.
In Figure 4-77, Select icon
the icon is shown as

. Click
In Figure 4-77. Click button
of several dates, all checked items can be edited together. Now
to delete a record type from one period.
after one date or a holiday, you can see an interface shown as in
Figure 4-78. There are four record types: regular, motion detection (MD), Alarm, MD & alarm.
e)
f)
g)
h)
Set sensitivity. Please note the sixth level has the highest sensitivity.
Click Save button to complete motion detect setup.
From Main menu->Setting->Storage->-Schedule. See Figure 4-48
Set motion detect record channel, period and the record type shall be motion detect (MD).
Please refer to chapter 4.7.2.
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i)
j)
Click Copy button to copy current setup to other channel(s).
Click OK button to complete motion detect record setup.
Figure 4-55
Figure 4-56
4.7.3.2 Motion Detect Snapshot
a)
b)
c)
d)
From Main menu->Setting->Camera->Encode->Snapshot, you can go to snapshot interface.
See Figure 4-57.
In Figure 4-57, select trigger snapshot from the dropdown list and then set picture size, quality
and snapshot frequency. Click OK button to save current setup.
From Main menu->Setting->Event->Detect, here you can select motion detect type, motion
detect channel and then check the enable box. Please refer to chapter 4.7.3.1.
Click OK button to complete motion detect setup.
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Figure 4-57
4.7.4 Alarm Record/Snapshot
4.7.4.1 Alarm Record
a)
Before you set alarm setup information, please go to chapter 2.3 to connect alarm input and
alarm output cable (such as light, siren and etc).
b) The record priority is: Alarm>Motion detect>Regular.
In the main menu, from Setting->Event-> Alarm, you can see alarm setup interface. See Figure 4-58.
 Alarm in: Here is for you to select channel number.
 Event type: There are four types. Local input/network input/IPC external/IPC offline alarm.
 Local input alarm: The alarm signal system detects from the alarm input port.
 Network input alarm: It is the alarm signal from the network.
 IPC external alarm: It is the on-off alarm signal from the front-end device and can activate the
local NVR.
 IPC offline alarm: Once you select this item, system can generate an alarm when the front -end
IPC disconnects with the local NVR. The alarm can activate record, PTZ, snapshot and etc. The
alarm can last until the IPC and the NVR connection resumes.
 Enable: Please you need to highlight this button to enable current function.
 Type: normal open or normal close.
c) Click Save button to complete alarm setup interface.
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Figure 4-58
d)
e)
f)
g)
From Mani menu->Setting->Storage->Schedule, you can go to Figure 4-48.
Select alarm channel, period and the record type shall be alarm. Please refer to chapter 4.7.2.
Click Copy button to copy current setup to other channel(s).
Click OK button to save alarm record information.
4.7.4.2 Alarm Snapshot
a)
b)
c)
d)
Please refer to Step a) to step c) of chapter 4.7.3.2 to enable timing snapshot.
From Main menu->Setting->Storage->schedule, you can go to Figure 4-59 to enable snapshot
function.
From Main menu->Setting->Event->Alarm, you can go to Figure 4-58 to set alarm parameter
and enable snapshot function.
Click Save button to save alarm snapshot setup.
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Figure 4-59
4.7.5 Manual Record/Snapshot
You need to have proper rights to implement the following operations. Please make sure the HDD
has been properly installed.
4.7.5.1 Manual Record
a)
Right click mouse and select manual record or in the main menu,
Setting->Storage->Manual Record. Manual record menu is shown as in Figure 4-60.
from
Tips
You can click Rec button on the front panel (if possible) to go to the Manual Record interface.
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Figure 4-60
b)





Check the box here to select manual record channel(s). You can see the corresponding
indicator light on the front panel is on.
Channel: It is to display device all channels.
Manual: It has the highest priority. Enable corresponding channel to record no matter what period
applied in the record setup. Now system is record general file.
Auto: System enables auto record function as you set in chapter 4.7.2 schedule interface
(General/Motion detect/Alarm)
Stop: Stop current channel record/Snapshot no matter what period applied in the record setup.
All: Check the All box to select all channels.
c) Click OK button to complete manual record setup.
4.7.5.2 Manual Snapshot
Click
button at the preview control bar, you can snapshot 1-5 picture(s). From main
menu->Setting->Camera->Encode->Snapshot, you can set snapshot times. You can go to chapter 4.8 to
view snapshot picture.
4.7.6 Holiday Record/Snapshot
It is for you to set holiday record or snapshot plan. Please note the holiday record/snapshot setup has the
higher priority than the ordinary date record/snapshot setup.
4.7.6.1 Holiday Record
a)
From Mani menu->Setting->System->General, you can go to the following interface. See Figure
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4-61.
Figure 4-61
b)
Click Add new holiday button, you can see an interface shown as in Figure 4-62. Here you can
set holiday date name, repeat mode, start time/end time and etc.
Figure 4-62
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c)
d)
Click Add button to complete holiday setup. Now you can enable holiday setup and then click
Apply button.
From Main menu->setting->Storage->schedule, you can go to schedule interface. See Figure
4-63. Now you can set period and record type of holiday time. Please refer to chapter 4.7.2.1 for
detailed setup information.
Figure 4-63
e)
Click OK button to set holiday record setup.
4.7.6.2 Holiday Snapshot
Set Holiday date first. Please refer to step a) to step c) of chapter 4.7.6.1.
From Main menu->Setting->Storage->Schedule, you can go to schedule interface. See Figure 4-63. Click
Holiday item to set snapshot period.
Set holiday snapshot type (Trigger/Regular). Please refer to chapter 4.7.2.2 or chapter 4.7.3.2.
4.7.7 Other Record/Snapshot
Motion detect&Alarm record or snapshot, please refer to chapter 4.7.4.
Video loss or tampering record or snapshot function, please refer to chapter 4.7.3.
4.8 Playback and Search
4.8.1 Real-time Playback
Please refer to chapter 4.5.2 for real-time playback information.
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4.8.2 Search Interface
From Main menu->Search, or on the preview interface right click mouse and then select search item, you
can go to the following interface. See Figure 4-64.
Figure 4-64
Please refer to the following sheet for more information.
SN
1
Name
Display
window


Function
Here is to display the searched picture or file.
Support 1/4/9/16-window playback.
Search
type
 Here you can select to search the picture or the recorded file.
 You can select to play from the read-write HDD, from peripheral device or from
redundancy HDD.
 Before you select to play from the peripheral device, please connect the
corresponding peripheral device. You can view all record files of the root directory
of the peripheral device. Click the Browse button; you can select the file you want to
play.
Important
 Redundancy HDD does not support picture backup function, but it
supports picture playback function. You can select to play from redundancy
HDD if there are pictures on the redundancy HDD.
3
Calendar
 The blue highlighted date means there is picture or file. Otherwise, there is no
picture or file.
 In any play mode, click the date you want to see, you can see the
corresponding record file trace in the time bar.
4
Playback

2
Playback mode:1/4/9/16. (It may vary due to different series.)
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mode
and
channel
selection
pane.
In 1-window playback mode: you can select 1-X channels (X depends on the
product channel amount).
 In 4-window playback mode: you can select 4 channels according to your
requirement.
 In 9-window playback mode, you can switch between 1-8, 9-16 and etc
channels.
 In 16-window playback mode, you can switch between1-16, 17-32 and etc
channels.
 The time bar will change once you modify the playback mode or the channel
option.

The card number search interface is shown as below. Here you can view card
number/field setup bar. You cam implement advanced search. Current series
product supports this function.
5
Card
number
search
6
Click it to go to mark file list interface. You can view all mark information of current
Mark file
channel by time. Please refer to chapter 4.8.2.3 for detailed information.
list button
Please note only the product of this icon supports mark function.
7
File
list
switch
button
 Double click it, you can view the picture/record file list of current day.
 The file list is to display the first channel of the record file.
 The system can display max 128 files in one time. Use the │and │ or the
mouse to view the file. Select one item, and then double click the mouse or click the
ENTER button to playback.
 You can input the period in the following interface to begin accurate search.
 File type:R—regular record; A—external alarm record;M—Motion detect
record.

Lock file. Click the file you want to lock and click the button
to lock. The
file you locked will not be overwritten.

Search locked file: Click the button
to view the locked file.
Play/Pause
Return:
buttonways ,for
system
back
to the calendar and channel setup
ThereClick
are three
you togoes
begin
playback.
interface.
 The play button
►/
Please note:
 Double click the valid period of the time bar.
 Forthe Double
file that click
is writing
the item
or overwriting,
in the file list.
it can not be locked.
In slow play mode, click it to switch between play/pause.

8
Playback
control
pane.
■
Stop

Backward play
In normal play mode, left click the button, the file begins backward play.
Click it again to pause current play.
In backward play mode, click ►/ to restore normal play.
│/
│
In playback mode, click it to play the next or the previous section. You can
click continuously when you are watching the files from the same channel.
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In normal play mode, when you pause current play, you can click │ and
│ to begin frame by frame playback.
In frame by frame playback mode, click ►/ to restore normal playback.
►

Slow play
In playback mode, click it to realize various slow play modes such as slow
play 1, slow play 2, and etc.
Fast forward
In playback mode, click to realize various fast play modes such as fast
play 1,fast play 2 and etc.
Note: The actual play speed has relationship with the software version.
Smart search
The volume of the playback
Click the snapshot button in the full-screen mode, the system can snapshot
1 picture.
System supports custom snap picture saved path. Please connect the
peripheral device first, click snap button on the full-screen mode, you can
select or create path. Click Start button, the snapshot picture can be saved
to the specified path.
9
10
Time bar
Time bar
unit
Mark button.
Please note this function is for some series product only. Please make sure
there is a mark button in the playback control pane.
You can refer to chapter 4.8.2.3 for detailed information.
 It is to display the record type and its period in current search criteria.
 In 4-window playback mode, there are corresponding four time bars. In other
playback mode, there is only one time bar.
 Use the mouse to click one point of the color zone in the time bar, system
begins playback.
 The time bar is beginning with 0 o'clock when you are setting the configuration.
The time bar zooms in the period of the current playback time when you are playing
the file.
 The green color stands for the regular record file. The red color stands for the
external alarm record file. The yellow stands for the motion detect record file.
●The option includes: 24H, 12H, 1H and 30M. The smaller the unit, the larger the
zoom rate. You can accurately set the time in the time bar to playback the record.
 The time bar is beginning with 0 o'clock when you are setting the configuration.
The time bar zooms in the period of the current playback time when you are playing
the file.

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Backup

Select the file(s) you want to backup from the file list. You can check from the
list. Then click the backup button, now you can see the backup menu. System
supports customized path setup. After select or create new folder, click the
Start button to begin the backup operation. The record file(s) will be saved in
the specified folder.
Check the file again you can cancel current selection. System max supports to
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

display 32 files from one channel.
After you clip on record file, click Backup button you can save it.
For one device, if there is a backup in process, you can not start a new backup
operation.
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Clip
 It is to edit the file.
●Please play the file you want to edit and then click this button when you want to
edit. You can see the corresponding slide bars in the time bar of the corresponding
channel. You can adjust the slide bar or input the accurate time to set the file end
time.
 After you set, you can click Clip button again to edit the second period. You can
see the slide bar restore its previous position.
 Click Backup button after clip, you can save current contents in a new file.
 You can clip for one channel or multiple-channel. The multiple-channel click
operation is similar with the one-channel operation.
Please note:
 System max supports 1024 files backup at the same time.
 You can not operate clip operation if there is any file has been checked in
the file list.
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Record
type
In any play mode, the time bar will change once you modify the search type.
Other Functions


14
Smart
search




When system is playing, you can select a zone in the window to begin smart
search. Click the motion detect button to begin play.
Once the motion detect play has begun, click button again will terminate
current motion detect file play.
There is no motion detect zone by default.
If you select to play other file in the file list, system switches to motion detect
play of other file.
During the motion detect play process, you can not implement operations such
as change time bar, begin backward playback or frame by frame playback.
Please refer to chapter 4.8.2.1 Smart Search for detailed operation.
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Other
channel
synchroni
zation
switch to
play
when
playback
When playing the file, click the number button, system can switch to the same
period of the corresponding channel to play.
16
Digital
zoom
When the system is in full-screen playback mode, left click the mouse in the
screen. Drag your mouse in the screen to select a section and then left click
mouse to realize digital zoom. You can right click mouse to exit.
17
Manually
switch
During the file playback process, you can switch to other channel via the
dropdown list or rolling the mouse.
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channel
when
playback
This function is null if there is no record file or system is in smart search process.
Note:
All the operations here (such as playback speed, channel, time and progress) have relationship with
hardware version. Some series NVRs do not support some functions or playback speeds.
4.8.2.1 Smart Search
During the multiple-channel playback mode, double click one channel and then click the
button,
system begins smart search. System supports 396(22*18 PAL) and 330(22*15 NTSC) zones. Please left
click mouse to select smart search zones. See Figure 4-65.
Figure 4-65
Click the
, you can go to the smart search playback. Click it again, system stops smart search
playback.
Important
 System does not support motion detect zone setup during the full-screen mode.
 During the multiple-channel playback, system stops playback of rest channels if you
implement one-channel smart search.
4.8.2.2 Accurate playback by time
Select records from one day, click the list, you can go to the file list interface. You can input time at the top
right corner to search records by time. See image on the left side of the Figure 4-66 For example, input
time 11:00.00 and then click Search button
, you can view all the record files after 11:00.00 (The
records includes current time.). See image on the right side of the Figure 4-66 Double click a file name to
playback.
Note
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


After you searched files, system implement accurate playback once you click Play for the first
time.
System does not support accurate playback for picture.
System supports synchronization playback and non-synchronous playback. The synchronization
playback supports all channels and non-synchronous playback only supports accurately
playback of current select channel.
Figure 4-66
4.8.2.3 Mark Playback
Please make sure your purchased device support this function. You can use this function only if
you can see the mark playback icon on the Search interface (Figure 4-64).
When you are playback record, you can mark the record when there is important information. After
playback, you can use time or the mark key words to search corresponding record and then play. It is very
easy for you to get the important video information.
 Add Mark
When system is playback, click Mark button
, you can go to the following interface. See Figure 4-67.
Figure 4-67

Playback Mark
During 1-window playback mode, click mark file list button
in Figure 4-64, you can go to mark file list
interface. Double click one mark file, you can begin playback from the mark time.
 Play before mark time
Here you can set to begin playback from previous N seconds of the mark time.
Note
Usually, system can playbacks previous N seconds record if there is such kind of record file. Otherwise,
system playbacks from the previous X seconds when there is such as kind of record.
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
Mark Manager
Click the mark manager button
on the Search interface (Figure 4-64); you can go to Mark
Manager interface. See Figure 4-68. System can manage all the record mark information of current
channel by default. You can view all mark information of current channel by time.
Figure 4-68
 Modify
Double click one mark information item, you can see system pops up a dialogue box for you to change
mark information. You can only change mark name here.
 Delete
Here you can check the mark information item you want to delete and then click Delete button, you can
remove one mark item. .
Note
 After you go to the mark management interface, system needs to pause current playback. System
resume playback after you exit mark management interface.
 If the mark file you want to playback has been removed, system begin playbacking from the first file
in the list.
4.8.3 Picture Playback
a)
b)
c)
From Main menu->Search, or on the preview interface right click mouse, you can go to Figure
4-64.
At the top right pane, you can check the box to select picture and then select playback interval.
Please refer to chapter 4.8.2 to select picture you want to view.
4.9 Backup
4.9.1 File Backup
In this interface, you can backup record file to the USB device.
a) Connect USB burner, USB device or portable HDD and etc to the device.
b) From Main menu->Backup, you can go to the Backup interface. See Figure 4-69
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Figure 4-69
c) Select backup device and then set channel, file start time and end time.
d) Click add button, system begins search. All matched files are listed below. System automatically
calculates the capacity needed and remained. See Figure 4-70.
e) System only backup files with a √ before channel name. You can use Fn or cancel button to
delete √ after file serial number.
f) Click backup button, you can backup selected files. There is a process bar for you reference.
g) When the system completes backup, you can see a dialogue box prompting successful backup.
Figure 4-70
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h) Click backup button, system begins burning. At the same time, the backup button becomes stop
button. You can view the remaining time and process bar at the left bottom.
Note
 During backup process, you can click ESC to exit current interface for other operation (For
some series product only). The system will not terminate backup process.
 The file name format usually is: Channel number+Record type+Time. In the file name, the
YDM format is Y+M+D+H+M+S. File extension name is .dav.
4.9.2 Import/Export
This function allows you to copy current system configuration to other devices. It also supports import,
create new folder, and delete folder and etc function.
From Main menu->Setting->System->Import/Export, you can see the configuration file backup interface is
shown as below. See Figure 4-71.
Figure 4-71


Export: Please connect the peripheral device first and then go to the following interface. Click
Export button, you can see there is a corresponding “Config_Time” folder. Double click the folder,
you can view some backup files.
Import: Here you can import the configuration files from the peripheral device to current device. You
need to select a folder first. You can see a dialogue box asking you to select a folder if you are
selecting a file. System pops up a dialogue box if there is no configuration file under current folder.
After successfully import, system needs to reboot to activate new setup.
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Format: Click Format button, system pops up a dialogue box for you to confirm current operation.
System begins format process after you click the OK button.
Note:
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System can not open config backup interface again if there is backup operation in the process.
System refreshes device when you go to the config backup every time and set current directory as
the root directory of the peripheral device.
If you go to the configuration backup interface first and then insert the peripheral device, please click
Refresh button to see the newly added device.
4.9.3 Backup Log
a) From Main menu->Info->Log, the interface is shown as below. See Figure 4-72.
Figure 4-72
b) Select log type and then set start time/end time, click Search button, you can see log time and
event information. Click
to view detailed log information.
c) Select log items you want to save and then click backup button, you can select a folder to save
them. Click Start to backup and you can see the corresponding dialogue box after the process is
finish.
4.9.4 USB Device Auto Pop-up
After you inserted the USB device, system can auto detect it and pop up the following dialogue box. It
allows you to conveniently backup file, log, configuration or update system. See Figure 4-73. Please refer
to chapter 4.9.1 file backup, chapter 4.9.3 backup log, chapter 4.9.2 import/export, and chapter 4.8.2
search for detailed information.
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Figure 4-73
4.10 Alarm
4.10.1 Detect Alarm
In the main menu, from Setting to Detect, you can see motion detect interface. See Figure 4-74.There
are three detection types: motion detection, video loss, tampering.
4.10.1.1 Motion Detect
After analysis video, system can generate a motion detect alarm when the detected moving signal
reached the sensitivity you set here.
Detection menu is shown as below. See Figure 4-74.
 Event type: From the dropdown list you can select motion detection type.
 Channel: Select a channel from the dropdown list to set motion detect function.
 Enable: Check the box here to enable motion detect function.
 Region: Click select button, the interface is shown as in Figure 4-75. Here you can set motion
detection zone. There are four zones for you to set. Please select a zone first and then left drag the
mouse to select a zone. The corresponding color zone displays different detection zone. You can
click Fn button to switch between the arm mode and disarm mode. In arm mode, you can click the
direction buttons to move the green rectangle to set the motion detection zone. After you completed
the setup, please click ENTER button to exit current setup. Do remember click save button to save
current setup. If you click ESC button to exit the region setup interface system will not save your
zone setup.
 Sensitivity: System supports 6 levels. The sixth level has the highest sensitivity.
 Anti-dither: Here you can set anti-dither time. The value ranges from 5 to 600s. The anti-dither time
refers to the alarm signal lasts time. It can be seem as the alarm signal activation stays such as the
buzzer, tour, PTZ activation, snapshot, channel record. The stay time here does not include the latch
time. During the alarm process, the alarm signal can begin an anti -dither time if system detects the
local alarm again. The screen prompt, alarm upload, email and etc will not be activated. For example,
if you set the anti-dither time as 10 second, you can see the each activation may last 10s if the local
alarm is activated. During the process, if system detects another local alarm signal at the fifth
second, the buzzer, tour, PTZ activation, snapshot, record channel will begin another 10s while the
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screen prompt, alarm upload, email will not be activated again. After 10s, if system detects another
alarm signal, it can generate an alarm since the anti-dither time is out.
Period: Click set button, you can see an interface is shown as in Figure 4-77. Here you can set
motion detect period. System only enables motion detect operation in the specified periods. It is not
for video loss or the tampering. There are two ways for you to set periods. Please note system only
supports 6 periods in one day.
In Figure 4-77, Select icon
the icon is shown as
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In Figure 4-77. Click button
of several dates, all checked items can be edited together. Now
to delete a record type from one period.
after one date or a holiday, you can see an interface shown as in
Figure 4-78. There are four record types: regular, motion detection (MD), Alarm, MD & alarm.
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Alarm output: when an alarm occurs, system enables peripheral alarm devices.
Latch: when motion detection complete, system auto delays detecting for a specified time. The value
ranges from 1-300(Unit: second)
Show message: System can pop up a message to alarm you in the local host screen if you enabled
this function.
Alarm upload: System can upload the alarm signal to the network (including alarm centre) if you
enabled current function.
Send email: System can send out email to alert you when an alarm occurs.
Record channel: System auto activates motion detection channel(s) to record once an alarm occurs.
Please make sure you have set MD record in Schedule interface(Main Menu->Setting->Schedule)
and schedule record in manual record interface(Main Menu->Advanced->Manual Record)
PTZ activation: Here you can set PTZ movement when an alarm occurs. Such as go to preset, tour
&pattern when there is an alarm. Click “select” button, you can see an interface is shown as in Figure
4-76 .
Record Delay: System can delay the record for specified time after alarm ended. The value ranges
from 10s to 300s.
Tour: Here you can enable tour function when alarm occurs. System one-window tour.
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Snapshot: You can enable this function to snapshoot image when a motion detect alarm occurs.
Video matrix Check the box here to enable this function. When an alarm occurs, SPOT OUT port
displays device video output. It displays video (1-window tour) from alarm activation channel you
select at the Record channel item.
Buzzer: Highlight the icon to enable this function. The buzzer beeps when alarm occurs.
Please highlight icon
to select the corresponding function. After all the setups please click save
button, system goes back to the previous menu.
Note:
In motion detection mode, you can not use copy/paste to set channel setup since the video in each
channel may not be the same.
In Figure 4-75, you can left click mouse and then drag it to set a region for motion detection. Click Fn to
switch between arm/withdraw motion detection. After setting, click enter button to exit.
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Figure 4-74
Figure 4-75
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Figure 4-76
Figure 4-77
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Figure 4-78
Motion detect here only has relationship with the sensitivity and region setup. It has no relationship
with other setups.
4.10.1.2 Tampering
When someone viciously masks the lens, or the output video is in one-color due to the environments
light change, the system can alert you to guarantee video continuity. Tampering interface is shown as
in Figure 4-79. You can enable “Alarm output “or “Show message” function when tampering alarm
occurs.
 Sensitivity: The value ranges from 1 to 6. It mainly concerns the brightness. The level 6 has the
higher sensitivity than level 1. The default setup is 3.
Tips:
You can enable preset/tour/pattern activation operation when video loss occurs.
Please refer to chapter 4.10.1.1 motion detection for detailed information.
Note:
 In Detect interface, copy/paste function is only valid for the same type, which means you can not
copy a channel setup in video loss mode to tampering mode.
 About Default function. Since detection channel and detection type may not be the same, system
can only restore default setup of current detect type. For example, if you click Default button at
the tampering interface, you can only restore default tampering setup. It is null for other detect
types.
 System only enables tampering function during the period you set here. It is null for motion detect
or video loss type.
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Figure 4-79
4.10.1.3 Video Loss
In Figure 4-74, select video loss from the type list. You can see the interface is shown as in Figure
4-80. This function allows you to be informed when video loss phenomenon occurred. You can
enable alarm output channel and then enable show message function.
You can refer to chapter 4.10.1.1Motion detect for detailed information.
Tips:
You can enable preset/tour/pattern activation operation when video loss occu rs.
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Figure 4-80
4.10.2 Alarm output
From Main menu->Setting->Event->Alarm output, you can see an interface shown as in Figure 4-81.
Here is for you to set proper alarm output (Auto/manual/stop).
Click OK button of the alarm reset, you can clear all alarm output status.
Figure 4-81
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Please highlight icon
to select the corresponding alarm output.
After all the setups please click OK button, system goes back to the previous menu.
4.10.3 Alarm Setup
In the main menu, from Setting->Event->Alarm, you can see alarm setup interface.
 Alarm in: Here is for you to select channel number.
In the main menu, from Setting->Event->Alarm, you can see alarm setup interface. See Figure 4-82.
There are four alarm types. See Figure 4-82 to Figure 4-85.
 Local alarm: The alarm signal system detects from the alarm input port.
 Network alarm: It is the alarm signal from the network.
 IPC external alarm: It is the on-off alarm signal from the front-end device and can activate the local
HNVR.
 IPC offline alarm: Once you select this item, system can generate an alarm when the front-end IPC
disconnects with the local HNVR. The alarm can activate record, PTZ, snap and etc. The alarm can
last until the IPC and the HNVR connection resumes.
Important
 If it is your first time to boot up the device, the disconnection status of the front-end
network camera will not be regarded as offline. After one successfully connection, all
the disconnection events will be regarded as IPC offline event.
 When IPC offline alarm occurs, the record and snapshot function of digital channel is
null.
 Enable: Please you need to highlight this button to enable current function.
 Type: normal open or normal close.
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Period: Click set button, you can see an interface is shown as in Figure 4-87. There are two ways for
you to set periods. There are max 6 periods in one day. There are four record types: regular, motion
detection (MD), Alarm, MD & alarm.
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In Figure 4-87, Select icon
Now the icon is shown as
of several dates, all checked items can be edited together.
. Click
to delete a record type from one period.
In Figure 4-87. Click button
after one date or a holiday, you can see an interface shown as
in Figure 4-88. There are four record types: regular, motion detection (MD), Alarm, MD & alarm.
PTZ activation: When an alarm occurred, system can activate the PTZ operation. The PTZ activation
lasts an anti-dither period. See Figure 4-86.
Anti-dither: Here you can set anti-dither time. The value ranges from 5 to 600s. The anti-dither time
refers to the alarm signal lasts time. It can be seem as the alarm signa l activation stays such as the
buzzer, tour, PTZ activation, snapshot, channel record. The stay time here does not include the latch
time. During the alarm process, the alarm signal can begin an anti -dither time if system detects the
local alarm again. The screen prompt, alarm upload, email and etc will not be activated. For example,
if you set the anti-dither time as 10 second, you can see the each activation may last 10s if the local
alarm is activated. During the process, if system detects another local alarm signal at the fifth
second, the buzzer, tour, PTZ activation, snapshot, record channel will begin another 10s while the
screen prompt, alarm upload, email will not be activated again. After 10s, if system detects another
alarm signal, it can generate an alarm since the anti-dither time is out.
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Alarm output: The number here is the device alarm output port. You can select the corresponding
ports(s) so that system can activate the corresponding alarm device(s) when an alarm occurred.
Latch: When the anti-dither time ended, the channel alarm you select in the alarm output may last
the specified period. The value ranges from 1 to 300 seconds. This function is not for other alarm
activation operations. The latch is still valid even you disable the alarm event function directly.
Show message: System can pop up a message to alarm you in the local host screen if you enabled
this function.
Alarm upload: System can upload the alarm signal to the network (including alarm centre and the
WEB) if you enabled current function. System only uploads the alarm channel status . You can go
to the WEB and then go to the Alarm interface to set alarm event and alarm operation. Please go
to the Network interface to set alarm centre information.
Send email: System can send out the alarm signal via the email to alert you when alarm o ccurs.
Once you enable the snap function, system can also send out an image as the attachment. Please
go to the Main Menu->Setting ->Network->Email interface to set.
Record channel: you can select proper channel to record alarm video (Multiple choices).
 You need to set alarm record mode as Schedule in Record interface (Main
Menu->Advanced->Record). Please note the manual record has the highest priority. System
record all the time no matter there is an alarm or not if you select Manual mode.
 Now you can go to the Schedule interface (Main Menu->Setting->Schedule) to set the record
type, corresponding channel number, week and date. You can select the record
type:Regular/MD/Alarm/MD&Alarm. Please note, you can not select the MD&Alarm and MD(or
Alarm) at the same time.
 Now you can go to the Encode interface to select the alarm record and set the encode
parameter (Main Menu->Setting->Encode).
 Finally, you can set the alarm input as the local alarm and then select the record channel. The
select channel begins alarm record when an alarm occurred. Please note system begins the
alarm record instead of the MD record if the local alarm and MD event occurred at the same
time.
Tour: Here you can enable tour function when an alarm occurs. System supports 1/8-window tour.
Please go to chapter4.5.4.2 Display for tour interval setup. Please note the tour setup here has
higher priority than the tour setup you set in the Display interface. Once there two tours are both
enabled, system can enable the alarm tour as you set here when an alarm occurred. If there is no
alarm, system implements the tour setup in the Display interface.
Snapshot: You can enable this function to snapshoot image when an alarm occurs.
Buzzer: Highlight the icon to enable this function. The buzzer beeps when an alarm occurs.
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Figure 4-84
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Figure 4-88
Please highlight icon
to select the corresponding function. After setting all the setups please
click save button, system goes back to the previous menu.
4.10.4 Abnormality
There are two types: Disk/Network.
 Disk: Disk error, no disk, no space. See Figure 4-89 and Figure 4-90.
 Network: Disconnection, IP conflict, MAC conflict. See Figure 4-91.
 Alarm output: Please select alarm activation output port (multiple choices).
 Less than: System can alarm you when the HDD space is less than the threshold you set here
(For HDD no space type only).
 Latch: Here you can set corresponding delaying time. The value ranges from 1s -300s. System
automatically delays specified seconds in turning off alarm and activated output after external alarm
cancelled.
 Show message: system can pop up the message in the local screen to alert you when alarm
occurs.
 Alarm upload: System can upload the alarm signal to the network (including alarm centre) if you
enabled current function. For disconnection event, IP conflict event and MAC conflict event, this
function is null.
 Send email: System can send out email to alert you when alarm occurs.
 Buzzer: Highlight the icon to enable this function. The buzzer beeps when an alarm occurs.
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Figure 4-89
Figure 4-90
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Figure 4-91
4.11 Network
4.11.1 Basic Setup
The single network adapter interface is shown as in Figure 4-92 and the dual network adapters interface
is shown as in Figure 4-93.
 Network Mode : Includes multiple access, fault tolerance, and load balancing
 Multiple-address mode: eth0 and eth1 operate separately. You can use the services such as
HTTP, RTP service via etho0 or the eth1. Usually you need to set one default card (default setup
is etho) to request the auto network service form the device-end such as DHCP, email, FTP and
etc. In multiple-address mode, system network status is shown as offline once one card is
offline.
 Network fault-tolerance: In this mode, device uses bond0 to communicate with the external
devices. You can focus on one host IP address. At the same time, you need to set one master
card. Usually there is only one running card (master card).System can enable alternate card
when the master card is malfunction. The system is shown as offline once these two cards are
both offline. Please note these two cards shall be in the same LAN.
 Load balance: In this mode, device uses bond0 to communicate with the external device. The
eth0 and eth1 are both working now and bearing the network load. Their network load are
general the same. The system is shown as offline once these two cards are both offline. Please
note these two cards shall be in the same LAN.
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Default Network Card: Please select eth0/eth1/bond0(optional) after enable multiple -access
function
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Main Network Card: Please select eth0/eth1 (optional).after enable multiple access function.
Note: The dual-Ethernet port series support the above three configurations and supports
functions as multiple-access, fault-tolerance and load balancing.
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IP Version: There are two options: IPv4 and IPv6. Right now, system supports these two IP address
format and you can access via them.
 MAC address: The host in the LAN can get a unique MAC address. It is for you to access in the LAN. It is
read-only.
 IP address: Here you can use up/down button () or input the corresponding number to input IP
address. Then you can set the corresponding subnet mask the default gateway.
 Default gateway: Here you can input the default gateway. Please note system needs to check the
validity of all IPv6 addresses. The IP address and the default gateway shall be in the same IP
section. That is to say, the specified length of the subnet prefix shall have the same string.
 DHCP: It is to auto search IP. When enable DHCP function, you can not modify IP/Subnet mask
/Gateway. These values are from DHCP function. If you have not enabled DHCP function, IP/Subnet
mask/Gateway display as zero. You need to disable DHCP function to view current IP information.
Besides, when PPPoE is operating, you can not modify IP/Subnet mask /Gateway.
 MTU: It is to set MTU value of the network adapter. The value ranges from 1280 -7200 bytes. The
default setup is 1500 bytes. Please note MTU modification may result in network adapter reboot and
network becomes off. That is to say, MTU modification can affect current network service. System
may pop up dialog box for you to confirm setup when you want to change MTU setup. Click OK
button to confirm current reboot, or you can click Cancel button to termin ate current modification.
Before the modification, you can check the MTU of the gateway; the MTU of the NVR shall be the
same as or is lower than the MTU of the gateway. In this way, you can reduce packets and enhance
network transmission efficiency.
The following MTU value is for reference only.
 1500: Ethernet information packet max value and it is also the default value. It is the typical
setup when there is no PPPoE or VPN. It is the default setup of some router, switch or the
network adapter.
 1492: Recommend value for PPPoE.
 1468: Recommend value for DHCP.
 Preferred DNS server: DNS server IP address.
 Alternate DNS server: DNS server alternate address.
 Transfer mode: Here you can select the priority between fluency/video qualities.
 LAN download: System can process the downloaded data first if you enable this function. The
download speed is 1.5X or 2.0X of the normal speed.
 LAN download: System can process the downloaded data first if you enable this function. The
download speed is 1.5X or 2.0X of the normal speed.
After completing all the setups please click save button, system goes back to the previous menu.
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Figure 4-92
Figure 4-93
4.11.1.1 Connection
The connection setup interface is shown as in Figure 4-94.
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 Max connection: system support maximal 128 users. 0 means there is no connection limit.
 TCP port: Default value is 37777.
 UDP port: Default value is 37778.
 HTTP port: Default value is 80.
 HTTPS port: Default value is 443.
 RTSP port: Default value is 554.
Important: System needs to reboot after you changed and saved any setup of the above four ports.
Please make sure the port values here do not conflict.
Figure 4-94
4.11.1.2 WIFI
The WIFI interface is shown as below. See Figure 4-95.
 Enable: Check the box here to enable WIFI function.
 Refresh: You can click it to search the hotspot list again. It can automatically add the information
such as the password if you have set it before.
 Disconnect: Here you can click it to turn off the connection.
 Connect: Here you can click it to connect to the hotspot. System needs to turn off current connection
and then connect to a new hotspot if there is connection of you selected one.
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Figure 4-95
 WIFI working status: Here you can view current connection status.
Please note:
 After successful connection, you can see WIFI connection icon at the top right corner of the preview
interface.
 When the hotspot verification type is WEP, system displays as AUTO since the device can not detect
its encryption type.
 System does not support verification type WPA and WPA2. The display may become abnormal for
the verification type and encryption type.
After device successfully connected to the WIFI, you can view the hotspot name, IP address, subnet
mask, default gateway and etc. Right now system support TOTOLINK_N2200UP module.
4.11.1.3 3G
3G setup interface is shown as below. See Figure 4-96.
Please refer to the following contents for the parameter information.
 Pane 1: Display 3G signal intensity after you enabled 3G function.
 Pane 2: Display 3G module configuration information after you enabled 3G function.
 Pane 3: Display 3G module status information after you enabled 3G function.
It is to display current wireless network signal intensity such as EVDO, CDMA1x, WCDMA, WCDMA,
EDGE and etc.
 3G module: It is to display current wireless network adapter name.
 3G Enable/Disable: Check the box here to enable 3G module.
 Network type: There are various network types for different 3G network modules. You can select
according to your requirements.
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APN: It is the wireless connection server. It is to set you access the wireless network via which
method.
AUTH: It is the authentication mode. It supports PAP/CHAP.
Dial number: Please input 3G network dialup number you got from your ISP.
User name: It is the user name for you to login the 3G network.
Password: It is the password for you to login the 3G network.
Pulse interval: You can set dialup duration. Once you disable the extra stream, the connection time
begins. For example, if you input 5 seconds here, then 3G network connection period is 5 seconds.
The device automatically disconnect when time is up. If there is no extra stream, 3G network
connection is valid all the time. If the alive time is 0, then the 3G network connection is valid all
the time.
Dial: Here you can enable or disable 3G network connection/disconnection manually.
3G wireless network: Here is to display wireless network status, SIM card status, dial status. If the 3G
connection is OK, then you can see the device IP address the wireless network automatically
allocates.
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Figure 4-96
4.11.1.4 PPPoE
PPPoE interface is shown as in Figure 4-97.
Input “PPPoE name” and “PPPoE password” you get from your ISP (Internet service provider).
Click save button, you need to restart to activate your configuration.
After rebooting, NVR will connect to internet automatically. The IP in the PPPoE is the NVR dynamic
value. You can access this IP to visit the unit.
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Figure 4-97
4.11.1.5 DDNS Setup
DDNS setup interface is shown as in Figure 4-98.
You need a PC of fixed IP in the internet and there is the DDNS software running in this PC. In other
words, this PC is a DNS (domain name server).
In network DDNS, please select DDNS type and highlight enable item. And them please input your
PPPoE name you get from you IPS and server IP (PC with DDNS). Click save button and then reboot
system.
Click save button, system prompts for rebooting to get all setup activated.
After rebooting, open IE and input as below:
http://(DDNS server IP)/(virtual directory name)/webtest.htm
e.g.: http://10.6.2.85/NVR _DDNS/webtest.htm.)
Now you can open DDNSServer web search page.
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Figure 4-98
Please note NNDS type includes: CN99 DDNS, NO-IP DDNS, Quick DDNS, Dyndns DDNS and sysdns
DDNS. All the DDNS can be valid at the same time, you can select as you requirement.
Private DDNS function shall work with special DDNS server and special Professional Surveillance
Software (PSS).
Quick DDNS and Client-end Introduction
1) Background Introduction
Device IP is not fixed if you use ADSL to login the network. The DDNS function allows you to access the
NVR via the registered domain name. Besides the general DDNS ,the Quick DDNS works with the device
from the manufacturer so that it can add the extension function.
2) Function Introduction
The quick DDNS client has the same function as other DDNS client end. It realizes the bonding of the
domain name and the IP address. Right now, current DDNS server is for our own devices only. You need
to refresh the bonding relationship of the domain and the IP regularly. There is no user name, password
or the ID registration on the server. At the same time, each device has a default domain name (Generated
by MAC address) for your option. You can also use customized valid domain name (has not registered.).
3) Operation
Before you use Quick DDNS, you need to enable this service and set proper server address, port value
and domain name.
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Server address:www.quickddns.com
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Port number:80
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Domain name:There are two modes: Default domain name and customized domain name.
Except default domain name registration, you can also use customized domain name (You can input your
self-defined domain name.) After successful registration, you can use domain name to login installed of
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the device IP.
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User name: It is optional. You can input your commonly used email address.
Important
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Do not register frequently. The interval between two registrations shall be more than 60 seconds. Too
many registration requests may result in server attack.
System may take back the domain name that is idle for one year. You can get a notification email
before the cancel operation if your email address setup is OK.
4.11.1.6 UPnP
The UPNP protocol is to establish a mapping relationship between the LAN and the WAN. Please input
the router IP address in the LAN in Figure 4-92. See Figure 4-99.
 UPNP on/off :Turn on or off the UPNP function of the device.
 Status: When the UPNP is offline, it shows as “Unknown”. When the UPNP works it shows
“Success”
 Router LAN IP: It is the router IP in the LAN.
 WAN IP: It is the router IP in the WAN.
 Port Mapping list: The port mapping list here is the one to one relationship with the router’s port
mapping setting.
 List:
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Service name:Defined by user.
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Protocol: Protocol type
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Internal port:Port that has been mapped in the router.
 External port:Port that has been mapped locally.
 Default: UPNP default port setting is the HTTP, TCP and UDP of the NVR.
 Add to the list: Click it to add the mapping relationship.
 Delete: Click it to remove one mapping item.
Double click one item; you can change the corresponding mapping information. See Figure 4-100.
Important:
When you are setting the router external port, please use 1024~5000 port. Do not use well-known
port 1~255 and the system port 256~1023 to avoid conflict.
For the TCP and UDP, please make sure the internal port and external port are the same to
guarantee the proper data transmission.
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Figure 4-99
Figure 4-100
4.11.1.7 IP Filter
IP filter interface is shown as in Figure 4-101. You can add IP in the following list. The list supports max 64
IP addresses. System supports valid address of IPv4 and IPv6. Please note system needs to check the
validity of all IPv6 addresses and implement optimization.
After you enabled trusted sites function, only the IP listed below can access current NVR.
If you enable blocked sites function, the following listed IP addresses can not access current NVR.
 Enable: Highlight the box here, you can check the trusted site function and blocked sites function.
You can not see these two modes if the Enable button is grey.
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Type: You can select trusted site and blacklist from the dropdown list. You can view the IP address
on the following column.
 Start address/end address: Select one type from the dropdown list, you can input IP address in the
start address and end address. Now you can click Add IP address or Add IP section to add.
a) For the newly added IP address, it is in enable status by default. Remove the √ before the item,
and then current item is not in the list.
b) System max supports 64 items.
c) Address column supports IPv4 or IPv6 format. If it is IPv6 address, system can optimize it. For
example, system can optimize aa:0000: 00: 00aa: 00aa: 00aa: 00aa: 00aa as aa:: aa: aa: aa: aa:
aa: aa.
d) System automatically removes space if there is any space before or after the newly added IP
address.
e) System only checks start address if you add IP address. System check start address and end
address if you add IP section and the end address shall be larger than the start address.
f) System may check newly added IP address exists or not. System does not add if input IP
address does not exist.
 Delete: Click it to remove specified item.
 Edit: Click it to edit start address and end address. See Figure 4-102. System can check the IP
address validity after the edit operation and implement IPv6 optimization.
 Default: Click it to restore default setup. In this case, the trusted sites and blocked sites are both null.
Note:
 If you enabled trusted sites, only the IP in the trusted sites list can access the device.
 If you enabled blocked sites, the IP in the blocked sites can not access the device.
 System supports add MAC address.

Figure 4-101
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Figure 4-102
4.11.1.8 Email
The email interface is shown as below. See Figure 4-103.
 SMTP server: Please input your email SMTP server IP here.
 Port: Please input corresponding port value here.
 User name: Please input the user name to login the sender email box.
 Password: Please input the corresponding password here.
 Sender: Please input sender email box here.
 Title: Please input email subject here. System support English character and Arabic number. Max
32-digit.
 Receiver: Please input receiver email address here. System max supports 3 email boxes. System
automatically filters same addresses if you input one receiver repeatedly.
 SSL enable: System supports SSL encryption box.
 Interval: The send interval ranges from 0 to 3600 seconds. 0 means there is no interval.
 Health email enable: Please check the box here to enable this function. This function allows the
system to send out the test email to check the connection is OK or not.
 Interval: Please check the above box to enable this function and then set the corresponding interval.
System can send out the email regularly as you set here. Click the Test button, you can see the
corresponding dialogue box to see the email connection is OK or not.
Please note system will not send out the email immediately when the alarm occurs. When the alarm,
motion detection or the abnormity event activates the email, system sends out the email according to the
interval you specified here. This function is very useful when there are too many emails activated by the
abnormity events, which may result in heavy load for the email server.
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Figure 4-103
4.11.1.9 FTP
You need to download or buy FTP service tool (such as Ser-U FTP SERVER) to establish FTP service.
Please install Ser-U FTP SERVER first. From “start” -> “program” -> Serv-U FTP Server -> Serv-U
Administator. Now you can set user password and FTP folder. Please note you need to grant write right to
FTP upload user. See Figure 4-104.
Figure 4-104
You can use a PC or FTP login tool to test setup is right or not.
For example, you can login user ZHY to FTP://10.10.7.7
and then test it can modify or delete folder
or not. See Figure 4-105.
H1 40H1 40H1 40HTU
UTH
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Figure 4-105
System also supports upload multiple NVRs to one FTP server. You can create multiple folders under this
FTP.
FTP interface is shown as in Figure 4-106.
Please highlight the icon
in front of Enable to activate FTP function.
Here you can input FTP server address, port and remote directory. When remote directory is null, system
automatically create folders according to the IP, time and channel.
User name and password is the account information for you to login the FTP.
File length is upload file length. When setup is larger than the actual file length, system will upload the
whole file. When setup here is smaller than the actual file length, system only uploads the set length and
auto ignore the left section. When interval value is 0, system uploads all corresponding files.
After completed channel and weekday setup, you can set two periods for one each channel.
Click the Test button, you can see the corresponding dialogue box to see the FTP connection is OK or
not.
Figure 4-106
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4.11.1.10 SNMP
SNMP is an abbreviation of Simple Network Management Protocol. It provides the basic network
management frame of the network management system. The SNMP widely used in many environments.
It is used in many network device, software and system.
You can set in the following interface. See Figure 4-107.
Figure 4-107
Please enable the SNMP function. Use the corresponding software tool (MIB Builder and MG-SOFT MIB
Browser. You still need two MIB file: BASE-SNMP-MIB, NVR-SNMP-MIB) to connect to the device. You
can get the device corresponding configuration information after successfully connection.
Please follow the steps listed below to configure.
 In Figure 4-107, check the box to enable the SNMP function. Input the IP address of the PC than is
running the software in the Trap address. You can use default setup for the rest items.
 Compile the above mentioned two MIB file via the software MIB Builder.
 Run MG-SOFT MIB Browser to load the file from the previous step to the software.
 Input the device IP you want to manage in the MG-SOFT MIB Browser. Please set the corresponding
version for your future reference.
 Open the tree list on the MG-SOFT MIB Browser; you can get the device configuration. Here you can
see the device has how many video channels, audio channels, application version and etc.
Note
Port conflict occurs when SNMP port and Trap port are the same.
4.11.1.11 Multicast
Multicast setup interface is shown as in Figure 4-108.
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Figure 4-108
Here you can set a multiple cast group. Please refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
 IP multiple cast group address
-224.0.0.0-239.255.255.255
-“D” address space
 The higher four-bit of the first byte=”1110”
 Reserved local multiple cast group address
-224.0.0.0-224.0.0.255
-TTL=1 When sending out telegraph
-For example
224.0.0.1 All systems in the sub-net
224.0.0.2 All routers in the sub-net
224.0.0.4 DVMRP router
224.0.0.5 OSPF router
224.0.0.13 PIMv2 router
 Administrative scoped addressees
-239.0.0.0-239.255.255.255
-Private address space
 Like the single broadcast address of RFC1918
 Can not be used in Internet transmission
 Used for multiple cast broadcast in limited space.
Except the above mentioned addresses of special meaning, you can use other addresses. For example:
Multiple cast IP: 235.8.8.36
Multiple cast PORT: 3666.
After you logged in the Web, the Web can automatically get multiple cast address and add it to the
multiple cast groups. You can enable real-time monitor function to view the view.
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Please note multiple cast function applies to special series only.
4.11.1.12 Alarm Centre
This interface is reserved for you to develop. See Figure 4-109.
Figure 4-109
4.11.1.13 Auto register
This function allows the device to auto register to the proxy you specified. In this way, you can use the
client-end to access the NVR and etc via the proxy. Here the proxy has a switch function. In the network
service, device supports the server address of IPv4 or domain.
Please follow the steps listed below to use this function.
Please set proxy server address, port, and sub-device name at the device-end. Please enable the auto
register function, the device can auto register to the proxy server.
1) The setup interface is shown as in Figure 4-110.
Important
Do not input network default port such as TCP port number.
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Figure 4-110
2) The proxy server software developed from the SDK. Please open the software and input the global
setup. Please make sure the auto connection port here is the same as the port you set in the previous
step.
3) Now you can add device. Please do not input default port number such as the TCP port in the mapping
port number. The device ID here shall be the same with the ID you input in Figure 4-110. Click Add button
to complete the setup.
4) Now you can boot up the proxy server. When you see the network status is Y, it means your
registration is OK. You can view the proxy server when the device is online.
Important
The server IP address can also be domain. But you need to register a domain name before you run proxy
device server.
4.11.1.14 SWITCH
It is for you to set IP address, subnet mask, gateway and etc of the Switch. See Figure 4-111.
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Figure 4-111
4.11.1.15 P2P
The P2P interface is shown as in Figure 4-112.
You can visit www.easy4ip.com to scan the QR code to login.
Figure 4-112
4.11.2 Network Test
In this interface, you can see network test and network load information.
4.11.2.1 Network Test
From main menu->Info-Network->Test, the network test interface is shown as in Figure 4-113.
 Destination IP: Please input valid IPV4 address and domain name.
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Test: Click it to test the connection with the destination IP address. The test results can display
average delay and packet loss rate and you can also view the network status as OK, bad, no
connection and etc.
 Network Sniffer backup: Please insert USB2.0 device and click the Refresh button, you can view the
device on the following column. You can use the dropdown list to select peripheral device. Click
Browse button to select the snap path. The steps here are same as preview backup operation.
You can view all connected network adapter names (including Ethernet, PPPoE, WIFI, and 3G), you can

click the button
on the right panel to begin Sniffer. Click the grey stop button to stop. Please note
system can not Sniffer several network adapters at the same time.
After Sniffer began, you can exit to implement corresponding network operation such as login WEB,
monitor. Please go back to Sniffer interface to click
stop Sniffer. System can save the packets to the
specified path. The file is named after “Network adapter name+time”. You can use software such as
Wireshark to open the packets on the PC for the professional engineer to solve complicated problems.
Figure 4-113
4.11.2.2 Network Load
From main menu->Info-Network->Load, network load is shown as in Figure 4-114. Here you can view the
follow statistics of the device network adapter.
Here you can view information of all connected network adapters. The connection status is shown as
offline if connection is disconnected. Click one network adapter, you can view the flow statistics such as
send rate and receive rate at the top panel
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Figure 4-114
4.12 HDD Setup
Here you can view HDD information such as type, status, total capacity, record time and etc. The
operation includes format, resume from error, change HDD property (Read write, Read-only). Here you
can also set alarm and HDD storage position.
4.12.1 Format
a) From Mani-menu->Setting->Storage->HDD Manager, you can go to HDD management interface.
See Figure 4-115.
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Figure 4-115
b) Select a HDD and then select format from the dropdown list. Click Execute button.
c) Click OK button to complete the setup. You can see system needs to restart to activate current setup.
4.12.2 HDD Information
Here is to list hard disk type, total space, free space, and status. See Figure 4-116.
○ means current HDD is normal.. - means there is no HDD.
If disk is damaged, system shows as “?”. Please remove the broken hard disk before you add a new one.
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Figure 4-116
In Figure 4-116, click one HDD item, the S.M.A.R.T interface is shown as in Figure 4-117.
Figure 4-117
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Parameter
Function
SATA
1 here means there is 1 HDD.
For different series product, the max HDD amount may vary,
When HDD is working properly, system is shown as O. . “_” means there is
no HDD.
SN
You can view the HDD amount the device connected to;
﹡ means the second HDD is current working HDD.
Type
The corresponding HDD property.
Total space
The HDD total capacity.
Free space
The HDD free capacity.
Status
HDD can work properly or not.
Bad track
Display there is bad track or not.
Page up
Click it to view previous page.
Page down
Click it to view the next page.
View
recording time
Click it to view HDD record information (file start time and end time).
View
HDD
type
and
capability
Click it to view HDD property, status and etc,
4.12.3 Advanced
It is to set HDD group, and HDD group setup for main stream, sub stream and snapshot operation
Important
HDD group and quota mode can not be valid at the same time. System needs to restart once you
change the mode here.
The HDD group mode is shown as in Figure 4-118.
 HDD: Here you can view the HDD amount the device can support.
 Group: It lists the HDD Group number of current hard disk.
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Figure 4-118
Please select the correspond group from the dropdown list and then click Apply button.
Click main stream/sub stream/snapshot button to set corresponding HDD group information. See Figure
4-119 through Figure 4-121.
Figure 4-119
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Figure 4-120
Figure 4-121
4.12.4 RAID Manager
Important
Please make sure your purchased product support the RAID function, otherwise you can not see
the following interface.
Right now, RAID supports Raid0, Raid1, Raid5, Raid6, and Raid10. Local hotspare supports Raid1,
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Raid5, Raid6, and Raid10.
4.12.4.1 RAID Config
It is for you to manage RAID HDD. It can display RAID name, type, free space, total space, status and etc.
Here you can add/delete RAID HDD.
Click Add button to select RAID type and then select HDDs, click OK button to add. See Figure 4-122.
Figure 4-122
4.12.4.2 Hotspare disks
Click Hotspare disks tab name, you can add the hot spare HDD. See Figure 4-123. The type includes two
options:
 Global: It is global hotspare disk. When any RAID becomes degrading, it can replace and build the
RAID.
 Local: It is local hotspare disk. When the specified RAID becomes degrading, it can replace and build
the RAID.
Select a hot spare device and then click Delete button. Click Apply button to delete.
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Figure 4-123
4.13 Basic Setups
Set NVR basic setup, device setup and other setups.
4.13.1 Device Setup
From Main menu->Setting->System->General, you can go to the general interface. See Figure 4-125.
 Pack duration: Here is for you to specify record duration. The value ranges from 0 to 120 minutes.
Default value is 60 minutes.
 Device ID: Please input a corresponding device name here.
 Device No: When you are using one remote control (not included in the accessory bag) to control
several NVRs, you can give a name to each NVR for your management.
 Language: System supports various languages: Chinese (simplified), Chinese (Traditional) , English,
Italian, Japanese, French, Spanish (All languages listed here are optional. Slight difference maybe
found in various series.)
 Video standard: There are two formats: NTSC and PAL.
 HDD full: Here is for you to select working mode when hard disk is full. There are two options: stop
recording or rewrite. If current working HDD is overwritten or the current HDD is full while the next
HDD is no empty, then system stops recording, If the current HDD is full and then next HDD is not
empty, then system overwrites the previous files.
 Pack duration: Here is for you to specify record duration. The value ranges from 1 to 120 minutes.
Default value is 60 minutes.
 Realtime play: It is to set playback time you can view in the preview interface. The value ranges f rom
5 to 60 minutes.
 Auto logout: Here is for you to set auto logout interval once login user remains inactive for a
specified time. Value ranges from 0 to 60 minutes.
 Navigation bar: Check the box here, system displays the navigation bar on the interface .
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


IPC Time Sync: You can input an interval here to synchronize the NVR time and IPC time.
Startup wizard: Once you check the box here, system will go to the startup wizard directly when the
system restarts the next time. Otherwise, it will go to the logi n interface.
Mouse property: You can set double click speed via dragging the slide bard. You can Click Default
button to restore default setup.
Figure 4-124
4.13.2 Data and Time
From Main menu->Setting->System->General, you can go to the general interface. See Figure 4-125.
 System time: Here is for you to set system time
 Date format: There are three types: YYYYY-MM-DD: MM-DD-YYYYY or DD-MM-YYYY.
 Date separator: There are three denotations to separate date: dot, beeline and solidus.
 DST: Here you can set DST time and date by week or by date. Please enable DST function and then
select setup mode. Please input start time and end time and click Save button.
 Time format: There are two types: 24-hour mode or 12-hour mode.
 NTP: It is to set NTP server, port and interval.
Note:
Since system time is very important, do not modify time casually unless there is a must!
Before your time modification, please stop record operation first!
After completing all the setups please click save button, system goes back to the previous menu.
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Figure 4-125
4.13.3 Holiday
Holiday setup interface is shown as in Figure 4-126. Click Add new holiday button, you can input new
holiday information. See Figure 4-127. Here you can set holiday name, repeat mode and start/end time.
Figure 4-126
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Figure 4-127
4.14 Device Maintenance and Manager
4.14.1 System Info
4.14.1.1 Version
From main menu->Info->System->version, you can go to version interface.
Here is for you to view some version information. See Figure 4-128. Please note the following figure
for reference only.
 Channel
 Alarm in
 Alarm out
 System version
 Build Date
 Web
 Serial number
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Figure 4-128
4.14.1.2 BPS
Here is for you to view current video bit rate (kb/s) and resolution. See Figure 4-129.
Figure 4-129
4.14.1.3 Online User
Here is for you manage online users connected to your NVR. See Figure 4-130.
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You can click button
to disconnect or block one user if you have proper system right.
System detects there is any newly added or deleted user in each five seconds and refresh the list
automatically.
Figure 4-130
4.14.1.4 Remote Device Information
From main menu->info-Event, here you can view the channel status of the remote device, connection log
and etc. See Figure 4-131.
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Figure 4-131
4.14.1.5 Remote
4.14.1.5.1
Device Status
Here you can view the IPC status of the corresponding channel such as motion detect, video loss,
tampering, alarm and etc. See Figure 4-132.

IPC status:
: Front-end does not support.
event from current front-end.
: Front-end supports.

Connection status:
: Connection failed.

Refresh: Click it to get latest front-end channel status.
: Connection succeeded.
: There is alarm
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Figure 4-132
4.14.1.5.2
Firmware
It is to view channel, IP address, manufacturer, type, system version, SN, video input, audio input,
external alarm and etc. See Figure 4-133.
Figure 4-133
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4.14.2 Log
From Main menu->Info->Log, you can go to the following interface. See Figure 4-134.
 Start time/end time: Pleased select start time and end time, then click search button. You can view
the log files in a list. System max displays 100 logs in one page. It can max save 1024 log files.
Please use page up/down button on the interface or the front panel to view more.
Tips
Double click a log item to view its detailed information. See Figure 4-135.
Click PgUp/PgDn to view more logs.
Figure 4-134
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Figure 4-135
4.14.3 Account
Here is for you to implement account management. See Figure 4-136 and Figure 4-137. Here you can:
 Add new user
 Modify user
 Add group
 Modify group
 Modify password.
For account management please note:
 For the user account name and the user group, the string max length is 6-byte. The backspace in
front of or at the back of the string is invalid. There can be backspace in the middle. The string
includes the valid character, letter, number, underline, subtraction sign, and dot.
 The default user amount is 64 and the default group amount is 20. System account adopts two-level
management: group and user. No limit to group or user amount.
 For group or user management, there are two levels: admin and user.
 The user name and group name can consist of eight bytes. One name can only be used once. There
are four default users: admin/888888/666666 and hidden user “default”. Except user 6666, other
users have administrator right.
 Hidden user “default” is for system interior use only and can not be deleted. When there is no login
user, hidden user “default” automatically login. You can set some rights such as monitor for this user
so that you can view some channel view without login.
 One user should belong to one group. User right can not exceed group right.
 About reusable function: this function allows multiple users use the same account to login.
After all the setups please click save button, system goes back to the previous menu.
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Figure 4-136
Figure 4-137
4.14.3.1 Add/Modify Group
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Click add group button, the interface is shown as below. See Figure 4-138.
Here you can input group name and then input some memo information if necessary.
There are many rights such as control panel, shut down, real-time monitor, playback, record, record file
backup, PTZ, user account, system information view, alarm input/output setup, system setup, log view,
clear log, upgrade system, control device and etc.
The modify group interface is similar to the Figure 4-138.
Figure 4-138
4.14.3.2 Add/Modify User
Click add user button, the interface is shown as in Figure 4-139.
Please input the user name, password, select the group it belongs to from the dropdown list.
Then you can check the corresponding rights for current user.
For convenient user management, usually we recommend the general user right is lower than the admin
account.
The modify user interface is similar to Figure 4-139.
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Figure 4-139
4.14.4 Update
From Mani menu->Setting->Info->Update, you can go to the following interface. See Figure 4-140.
a) Insert USB device that contain the upgrade file.
b) Click Start button and then select the .bin file.
c) You can see the corresponding dialogue box after the update process is complete.
Figure 4-140
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4.14.5 Default
You can restore factory default setup to fix some problems when the device is running slowly.
Configuration error occurred.
From Main menu->Setting->System->Default, you can go to the default interface. See Figure 4-141.
Click default icon, system pops up a dialogue box. You can highlight






to restore factory default setup.
All
Camera
Network
Event
Storage
System
Please highlight icon
to select the corresponding function.
After all the setups please click OK button, system goes back to the previous menu.
Warning!
After you use default function, some your customized setup may lose forever! Please think twice before
you begin the operation!
Figure 4-141
4.14.6 RS232
From Main menu->Setting->System->RS232, RS232 interface is shown as below. There are five items.
See Figure 4-142.
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Function: There are various devices for you to select. Console is for you to use the COM or mini-end
software to upgrade or debug the program. The control keyboard is for you to control the device via
the special keyboard. Transparent COM (adapter) is to connect to the PC to transfer data directly.
Protocol COM is for card overlay function. Network keyboard is for you to use the special keyboard
to control the device. PTZ matrix is to connect to the peripheral matrix control.
 Baud rate: You can select proper baud rate.
 Data bit: You can select proper data bit. The value ranges from 5 to 8.
 Stop bit: There are three values: 1/1.5/2.
 Parity: there are five choices: none/odd/even/space mark.
System default setup is:
 Function: Console
 Baud rate:115200
 Data bit:8
 Stop bit:1
 Parity: None
After completing all the setups please click save button, system goes back to the previous menu.

Figure 4-142
4.14.7 Auto Maintain
Here you can set auto-reboot time and auto-delete old files setup. You can set to delete the files for the
specified days. See Figure 4-143.
You can select proper setup from dropdown list.
After all the setups please click save button, system goes back to the previous menu.
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Figure 4-143
4.14.8 Logout /Shutdown/Restart
From Mani menu->Operation->Shutdown, you can see an interface shown as in Figure 4-144.
 Shutdown: System shuts down and turns off power.
 Logout: Log out menu. You need to input password when you login the next time.
 Restart: reboot device.
If you shut down the device, there is a process bar for your reference, system waits for 3 seconds and
then shut down (You can not cancel).
Please note, sometimes you need to input the proper password to shut down the device.
Figure 4-144
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5 Web Operation
5.1 General Introduction
The device web provides channel monitor menu tree, search, alarm setup, system setup, PTZ control and
monitor window and etc.
Important
The following operation is based on 32-channel series device.
5.1.1 Preparation
Before log in, please make sure:
 Network connection is right
 NVR and PC network setup is right. Please refer to network setup(main
 menu->setting->network)
 Use order ping ***.***.***.***(* NVR IP address) to check connection is OK or not. Usually the return
TTL value should be less than 255.
 Open the IE and then input NVR IP address.
 System can automatically download latest web control and the new version can overwrite the
previous one.
 If you want to un-install the web control, please run uninstall webrec2.0.bat. Or you can go to
C:\Program Files\webrec to remove single folder. Please note, before you un-install, please close all
web pages, otherwise the un-installation might result in error.
 Current series product supports various browsers such as Safari, firebox browser, Google browser.
Device only support 1-channel monitor on the Apple PC.
About PoE address setup, operation and allocation.
1) Insert PoE
After you insert PoE, device may try to set a corresponding IP address of the Switch network adapter.
First, system tries to set via arp ping. It then uses DHCP if it finds the DHCP is enabled. After successfully
set IP address, system may use Switch to send out broadcast, system considers the connection is OK
when there is any response. Now system is trying to login the newly found IPC. Now please check the
interface, you can see the corresponding digital channel is active now. You can see a small PoE icon at
the top left corner. You can see the PoE channel, PoE port information and etc from the connection list of
the remote device interface (Chapter 4.4). For the IP search list, you need to click the IP search to display
or refresh.
2) Remove PoE
After you removed PoE, you can see the corresponding digital channel becomes idle (disable). On the
remote device interface, it is removed from the connected list. For the IP search list, you need to click the
IP search to refresh.
3)
After you insert PoE, system follows the principles listed below to map channel.
a) If it is your first time to insert PoE, system can map it to the first idle channel. After map, the
channel can memorize the MAC address of the IPC. It is a <Channel>---<IPC mac> map. If
current channel does not connect to other device, system can memorize current MAC
address, otherwise it can refresh to the newly added device and memorize the <PoE
port>---<Channel>.
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b)
If it is your second time to insert the PoE, system can check the saved MAC address
according to <Channel>---<IPC mac> map to make sure current IPC has connected or not.
If system finds the previous information and the channel is idle, system can map it to the
previously used channel. Otherwise system goes to the next step.
c) Thirdly, according to the <PoE port>---<Channel> map, system can know the previous
mapping channel of current PoE port. System can select current channel if it is free.
Otherwise, it goes to the next step:
d) Fourthly, system goes to find the first idle channel it can get.
Generally speaking, once you insert PoE, system follow the steps listed above to find the channel
available.
4) When you insert PoE, all channels are in use now.
System can pop up a dialogue box for you to select a channel to overwrite. The title of the pop-up
interface is the name of the current operation PoE port. In this interface, All PoE channel become grey
and can not select.
5.1.2 Log in
Open the IE and then input the NVR IP address in the address column.
For example, if your NVR IP address is 192.168.1.108, then please input http:// 192.168.1.108 in IE
address column. See Figure 5-1.
Input
IP
address here.
Figure 5-1
System pops up warning information to ask you whether install webrec.cab control or not. Please click
yes button.
If you can’t download the ActiveX file, please modify your settings as follows. See Figure 5-2.
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Figure 5-2
After installation, the interface is shown as below. See Figure 5-3.
Figure 5-3
Please input your user name and password.
Default factory name is admin and password is admin.
Note: For security reasons, please modify your password after you first login.
5.2 LAN Mode
For the LAN mode, after you logged in, you can see the main window. See Figure 5-9.
This main window can be divided into the following sections.
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Section 1: there are six function buttons: Live(chapter 0), setup (chapter 5.8), info (Chapter 5.9),
playback (chapter 5.10), alarm (chapter 5.11), and logout (chapter 5.12).
 Section 2: There are monitor channels successfully connected to the NVR.
Please refer to Figure 5-4 for main stream and extra stream switch information.


Figure 5-4
Section 3: Open all. Open all button is to enable/disable all-channel real-time monitor. Here you can
select main stream/sub stream too. See Figure 5-5.
Figure 5-5
 Section 4: Start Talk button.
You can click this button to enable audio talk. Click 【▼】 to select bidirectional talk mode. There are four
options: DEFAULT,G711a,G711u and PCM. See Figure 5-6.
After you enable the bidirectional talk, the Start talk button becomes End Talk button and it becomes
yellow. Please note, if audio input port from the device to the client-end is using the first channel audio
input port. During the bidirectional talk process, system will not encode the audio data from the 1-channel.
Figure 5-6

Section 5: Instant record button. Click it, the button becomes yellow and system begins manual
record. See Figure 5-7. Click it again, system restores previous record mode.
Figure 5-7

Section 6: Local play button.
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The Web can playback the saved (Extension name is dav) files in the PC-end.
Click local play button, system pops up the following interface for you to select local play file. See Figure
5-8.
Figure 5-8
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


Section 7:Zero-channel encoding. Please refer to chapter 5.6 for detailed information.
Section 8: PTZ operation panel. Please refer to chapter 5.4 for detailed information.
Section 9: Image setup and alarm setup. Please refer to chapter 5.5 for detailed information.
Section 10: From the left to the right ,you can see video quality/fluency/ full
screen/1-window/4-window/6-window/8-window/9-window/13-window/16-window/20-window/25-win
dow/36-window.. You can set video fluency and real-time feature priority.
Figure 5-9
5.3 Real-time Monitor
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In section 2, left click the channel name you want to view, you can see the corresponding video in current
window.
On the top left corner, you can view device IP(172.11.10.11), channel number(1), network monitor bit
stream(2202Kbps) and stream type(M=main stream, S=sub stream). See Figure 5-10.
1
2
3
4
Figure 5-10
On the top right corner, there are six unction buttons. See Figure 5-11.
1
2
3 4
5
Figure 5-11





1: Digital zoom: Click this button and then left drag the mouse in the zone to zoom in. right click
mouse system restores original status.
2: Local record. When you click local record button, the system begins recording and this button
becomes highlighted. You can go to system folder RecordDownload to view the recorded file.
3: Snapshot picture. You can snapshot important video. All images are memorized in system client
folder PictureDownload (default).
4: Audio :Turn on or off audio.(It has no relationship with system audio setup )
5: Close video.
5.4 PTZ
Before PTZ operation, please make sure you have properly set PTZ protocol. (Please refer to chapter
5.8.5.10).
There are eight direction keys. In the middle of the eight direction keys, there is a 3D intelligent
positioning key.
Click 3D intelligent positioning key, system goes back to the single screen mode. Drag the mouse in the
screen to adjust section size. It can realize PTZ automatically.
Please refer to the following sheet for PTZ setup information.
Parameter
Function
Scan



Select Scan from the dropdown list.
Click Set button, you can set scan left and right limit.
Use direction buttons to move the camera to you desired location
and then click left limit button. Then move the camera again and
then click right limit button to set a right limit.
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Parameter
Function
Preset


Select Preset from the dropdown list.
Turn the camera to the corresponding position and Input the
preset value. Click Add button to add a preset.
Tour


Select Tour from the dropdown list.
Input preset value in the column. Click Add preset button, you
have added one preset in the tour.
Repeat the above procedures you can add more presets in one
tour.
Or you can click delete preset button to remove one preset from
the tour.


Pattern


Select Pattern from the dropdown list.
You can input pattern value and then click Start button to begin
PTZ movement such as zoom, focus, iris, direction and etc. Then
you can click Add button to set one pattern.
Aux


Please input the corresponding aux value here.
You can select one option and then click AUX on or AUX off
button.
Light and
wiper
You can turn on or turn off the light/wiper.
3D Intelligent Positioning
Key
You can click this icon to
display or hide the PTZ
control platform.
Figure 5-12
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5.5 Image/Alarm-out
Select one monitor channel video and then click Image button in section 9, the interface is shown as
Figure 5-13.
5.5.1 Image
Here you can adjust its brightness, contrast, hue and saturation. (Current channel border becomes
green).
Or you can click Reset button to restore system default setup.
Figure 5-13
5.5.2 Alarm output
Here you can enable or disable the alarm signal of the corresponding port. See Figure 5-14.
Figure 5-14
5.6 Zero-channel Encode
Select a window and then click zero-channel encode button, the interface is shown as below. See Figure
5-15.
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Figure 5-15
5.7 WAN Login
In WAN mode, after you logged in, the interface is shown as below. See Figure 5-16.
Figure 5-16
Please refer to the following contents for LAN and WAN login difference.
1) In the WAN mode, system opens the main stream of the first channel to monitor by default. The
open/close button on the left pane is null.
2) You can select different channels and different monitor modes at the bottom of the interface. See
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Figure 5-17.
Figure 5-17
Important
The window display mode and the channel number are by default. For example, for the 16-channel,
the max window split mode is 16.
3) Multiple-channel monitor, system adopts extra stream to monitor by default. Double click one channel,
system switches to single channel and system uses main stream to monitor. You can view there are two
icons at the left top corner of the channel number for you reference. M stands for main stream. S stands
for sub stream (extra stream).
4) If you login via the WAN mode, system does not support alarm activation to open the video function in
the Alarm setup interface.
Important
 For multiple-channel monitor mode, system adopts extra stream to monitor by default. You can not
modify manually. All channels are trying to synchronize. Please note the synchronization effect still
depends on your network environments.
 For bandwidth consideration, system can not support monitor and playback at the same time.
System auto closes monitor or playback interface when you are searching setup in the configuration
interface. It is to enhance search speed.
5.8 Setup
5.8.1 Camera
5.8.1.1 Remote Device
Remote device interface is shown as below. See Figure 5-18.
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Figure 5-18
Figure 5-19
Please refer to the following sheet for log parameter information.
Parameter
Function
Device
search
Click Device search button, you can view the searched device
information on the list. It includes device IP address, port, device
name, manufacturer and type.
Add
Select a device in the list and then click Add button, system can
connect the device automatically and add it to the Added device list.
Or you can double click one item in the list to add a device.
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Parameter
Modify
Function
Click
or any device in the Added device list, you can change the
corresponding channel setup.
Delete
Click
, you can delete the remote connection of the corresponding
channel.
Connection
status
: Connection succeeded.
: Connection failed.
Delete
Select a device in the Added device list and then click Delete button,
system can disconnect the device and remove it from the Added
device list.
Manual
Add
Click it, the interface is shown as in Figure 5-19. Here you can add
network camera manually.
You can select a channel from the dropdown list (Here only shows
disconnection channel.)
Note:
 System supports manufactures such as Panasonic, Sony,
Dynacolor, Samsung, AXIS, Arecont, Dahua and Onvif standard
protocol.
 If you do not input IP address here. System uses default IP
192.168.0.0 and system does not connect to this IP.
 Can not add two devices at the same time. Click OK button here,
system only connect to the corresponding device of current
channel.
5.8.1.2 Image
Here you can view device property information. The setups become valid immediately after you set. See
Figure 5-20.
Figure 5-20
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Please refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Parameter
Function
Channel
Please select a channel from the dropdown list.
Period
It divides one day (24 hours) to two periods. You can set
different hue, brightness, and contrast for different periods.
Hue
It is to adjust monitor video brightness and darkness level. The
default value is 50.
The bigger the value is, the large the contrast between the bright
and dark section is and vice versa.
Brightness
It is to adjust monitor window brightness. The default value is 50.
The larger the number is , the bright the video is. When you
input the value here, the bright section and the dark section of
the video will be adjusted accordingly. You can use this
function when the whole video is too dark or too bright. Please
note the video may become hazy if the value is too high. The
value ranges from 0 to 100.The recommended value ranges
from 40 to 60.
Contrast
It is to adjust monitor window contrast. The value ranges from 0
to 100. The default value is 50.
The larger the number is, the higher the contrast is. You can use
this function when the whole video bright is OK but the contrast
is not proper. Please note the video may become hazy if the
value is too low. If this value is too high, the dark section may
lack brightness while the bright section may over exposure .The
recommended value ranges from 40 to 60.
Saturation
It is to adjust monitor window saturation. The value ranges from
0 to 100. The default value is 50.
The larger the number is, the strong the color is. This value has
no effect on the general brightness of the whole video. The
video color may become too strong if the value is too high. For
the grey part of the video, the distortion may occur if the white
balance is not accurate. Please note the video may not be
attractive if the value is too low. The recommended value ranges
from 40 to 60.
Gain
The gain adjust is to set the gain value. The smaller the value is,
the low the noise is. But the brightness is also too low in the dark
environments. It can enhance the video brightness if the value is
high. But the video noise may become too clear.
White level
It is to enhance video effect.
Color mode
It includes several modes such as standard, color. You can
select corresponding color mode here, you can see hue,
brightness, and contrast and etc will adjust accordingly.
Auto Iris
It is to enable/disable auto iris function.
Flip
It is to switch video up and bottom limit.
This function is disabled by default.
Mirror
It is to switch video left and right limit.
This function is disabled by default.
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BLC
Mode
BLC
The device auto exposures according to the environments
situation so that the darkest area of the video is cleared
WDR
For the WDR scene, this function can lower the high bright
section and enhance the brightness of the low bright section. So
that you can view these two sections clearly at the same time.
The value ranges from 1 to 100. When you switch the camera
from no-WDR mode to the WDR mode, system may lose several
seconds record video.
HLC
After you enabled HLC function, the device can lower the
brightness of the brightest section according to the HLC control
level. It can reduce the area of the halo and lower the brightness
of the whole video.
Off
It is to disable the BLC function. Please note this function is
disabled by default.
Profile
It is to set the white balance mode. It has effect on the general
hue of the video. This function is on by default.
You can select the different scene mode such as auto, sunny,
cloudy, home, office, night, disable and etc to adjust the video to
the best quality.
Day/Night

Auto: The auto white balance is on. System can auto
compensate the color temperature to make sure the vide
color is proper.

Sunny: The threshold of the white balance is in the sunny
mode.

Night: The threshold of the white balance is in the night
mode.

Customized: You can set the gain of the red/blue channel.
The value reneges from 0 to 100.
It is to set device color and the B/W mode switch. The default
setup is auto.

Color: Device outputs the color video.

Auto: Device auto select to output the color or the B/W
video according to the device feature (The general bright of
the video or there is IR light or not.)

B/W: The device outputs the black and white video.

Sensor: It is to set when there is peripheral connected IR
light.
5.8.1.3 Encode
5.8.1.3.1 Encode
The encode interface is shown as below. See Figure 5-21.
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Figure 5-21
Please refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Parameter
Function
Channel
Please select a channel from the dropdown list.
Video enable
Check the box here to enable extra stream video. This item is
enabled by default.
Code stream
type
It includes main stream, motion stream and alarm stream. You
can select different encode frame rates form different recorded
events.
System supports active control frame function (ACF). It allows
you to record in different frame rates.
For example, you can use high frame rate to record important
events, record scheduled event in lower frame rate and it allows
you to set different frame rates for motion detection record and
alarm record.
Compression
The main bit stream supports H.264. The extra stream supports
H.264, MJPG.
Resolution
The resolution here refers to the capability of the network
camera.
Frame Rate
Bit Rate
PAL:1~25f/s;NTSC:1~30f/s.

Main stream: You can set bit rate here to change video
quality. The large the bit rate is, the better the quality is.
Please refer to recommend bit rate for the detailed
information.

Extra stream: In CBR, the bit rate here is the max value.
In dynamic video, system needs to low frame rate or
video quality to guarantee the value. The value is null in
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VBR mode.
Reference bit
rate
Recommended bit rate value according to the resolution and
frame rate you have set.
I Frame
Here you can set the P frame amount between two I frames. The
value ranges from 1 to 150. Default value is 50.
Recommended value is frame rate *2.
Watermark
enable
This function allows you to verify the video is tampered or not.
Here you can select watermark bit stream, watermark mode and
watermark character. Default character is DigitalCCTV. The max
length is 85-digit. The character can only include number,
character and underline.
5.8.1.3.2 Snapshot
The snapshot interface is shown as in Figure 5-22.
Figure 5-22
Please refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Parameter
Function
Snapshot type
There are two modes: Regular (schedule) and Trigger.
 Regular snapshot is valid during the specified period you
set.
 Trigger snapshot only is valid when motion detect alarm,
tampering alarm or local activation alarm occurs.
Image size
It is the same with the resolution of the main stream.
Quality
It is to set the image quality. There are six levels.
Interval
It is to set snapshot frequency. The value ranges from 1s to 7s.
Or you can set customized value. The max setup is
3600s/picture.
Click it; you can copy current channel setup to other channel(s).
Copy
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5.8.1.3.3 Video Overlay
The video overlay interface is shown as in Figure 5-23.
Figure 5-23
Please refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Parameter
Function
Cover-area
Check Preview or Monitor first.
Click Set button, you can privacy mask the specified video in the
preview or monitor video.
System max supports 4 privacy mask zones.
You can enable this function so that system overlays time
information in video window.
You can use the mouse to drag the time title position.
You can view time title on the live video of the WEB or the
playback video.
You can enable this function so that system overlays channel
information in video window.
You can use the mouse to drag the channel title position.
You can view channel title on the live video of the WEB or the
playback video.
Time Title
Channel Title
5.8.1.3.4 Path
The storage path interface is shown as in Figure 5-24.
Here you can set snap image saved path (
(
in the preview interface) and the record storage path
in the preview interface).The default setup is C:\PictureDownload and C:\RecordDownload.
Please click the Save button to save current setup.
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Figure 5-24
5.8.1.4 Channel Name
Here you can set channel name. See Figure 5-25.
Figure 5-25
5.8.1.5 IPC Upgrade
This interface is to upgrade network camera. See Figure 5-26.
Click Browse button to select upgrade file. Or you can use filter to select several network cameras at the
same time.
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Figure 5-26
5.8.2 Network
5.8.2.1 TCP/IP
The TCP/IP interface is shown as in Figure 5-27.
Figure 5-27
Please refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Parameter
Function
Mode
There are two modes: static mode and the DHCP mode.

The IP/submask/gateway are null when you select the
DHCP mode to auto search the IP.

If you select the static mode, you need to set the
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IP/submask/gateway manually.

If you select the DHCP mode, you can view the
IP/submask/gateway from the DHCP.

If you switch from the DHCP mode to the static mode, you
need to reset the IP parameters.

Besides, IP/submask/gateway and DHCP are read-only
when the PPPoE dial is OK.
Mac Address
It is to display host Mac address.
IP Version
It is to select IP version. IPV4 or IPV6.
You can access the IP address of these two versions.
IP Address
Please use the keyboard to input the corresponding number to
modify the IP address and then set the corresponding subnet
mask and the default gateway.
Preferred DNS
DNS IP address.
Alternate DNS
Alternate DNS IP address.
For the IP address of IPv6 version, default gateway, preferred DNS and
alternate DNS, the input value shall be 128-digit. It shall not be left in blank.
LAN load
System can process the downloaded data first if you enable this
function. The download speed is 1.5X or 2.0X of the normal
speed.
5.8.2.2 P2P
The P2P interface is shown as in Figure 5-28.
You can visit www.easy4ip.com to scan the QR code to login.
Figure 5-28
5.8.2.3 Connection
The connection interface is shown as in Figure 5-29.
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Figure 5-29
Please refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Parameter
Function
Max connection
It is the max Web connection for the same device. The value
ranges from 1 to 120. The default setup is 120.
TCP port
The default value is 37777. You can input the actual port
number if necessary.
UDP port
The default value is 37778. You can input the actual port
number if necessary.
HTTP port
The default value is 80. You can input the actual port number if
necessary.
HTTPS
The default value is 443. You can input the actual port number if
necessary.
RTSP port
The default value is 554.
5.8.2.4 WIFI
Please note this function is for the device of WIFI module.
The WIFI interface is shown as in Figure 5-30.
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Figure 5-30
Please check the box to enable WIFI function and then click the Search SSID button. Now you can view
all the wireless network information in the following list. Double click a name to connect to it. Click
Refresh button, you can view latest connection status.
5.8.2.5 3G
5.8.2.5.1 CDMA/GPRS
The CDMA/GPRS interface is shown as in Figure 5-31.
Figure 5-31
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Please refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Parameter
Function
WLAN type
Here you can select 3G network type to distinguish the 3G
module from different ISP. The types include WCDMA,
CDMA1x and etc.
APN/Dial No.
Here is the important parameter of PPP.
Authorization
It includes PAP,CHAP,NO_AUTH.
Pulse interval
It is to set time to end 3G connection after you close extra
stream monitor. For example, if you input 60 here, system ends
3G connection after you close extra stream monitor 60 seconds.
Important

If the pulse interval is 0, then system does not end 3G connection after
you close the extra stream monitor.

Pulse interval here is for extra stream only. This item is null if you are
using main stream to monitor.
5.8.2.5.2 Mobile
The mobile setup interface is shown as in Figure 5-32.
Here you can activate or turn off the 3G connected phone or mobile phone, or the phone you set to get
alarm message.
Figure 5-32
5.8.2.6 PPPoE
The PPPoE interface is shown as in Figure 5-33.
Input the PPPoE user name and password you get from the IPS (internet service provider) and enable
PPPoE function. Please save current setup and then reboot the device to get the setup activated.
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Device connects to the internet via PPPoE after reboot. You can get the IP address in the WAN from the
IP address column.
Please note, you need to use previous IP address in the LAN to login the device. Please go to the
IP address item to via the device current device information. You can access the client-end via
this new address.
Figure 5-33
5.8.2.7 DDNS
The DDNS interface is shown as in Figure 5-34.
The DDNS is to set to connect the various servers so that you can access the system via the server.
Please go to the corresponding service website to apply a domain name and then access the system via
the domain. It works even your IP address has changed.
Please select DDNS from the dropdown list (Multiple choices). Before you use this function, please make
sure your purchased device support current function.
Figure 5-34
Please refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Parameter
Function
Server Type
You can select DDNS protocol from the dropdown list and then
enable DDNS function.
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Parameter
Function
Server IP
DDNS server IP address
Server Port
DDNS server port.
Domain Name
Your self-defined domain name.
User
The user name you input to log in the server.
Password
The password you input to log in the server.
Update period
Device sends out alive signal to the server regularly.
You can set interval value between the device and DDNS server
here.
Quick DDNS and Client-end Introduction
1) Background Introduction
Device IP is not fixed if you use ADSL to login the network. The DDNS function allows you to access the
NVR via the registered domain name. Besides the general DDNS, the quick DDNS works with the device
from the manufacturer so that it can add the extension function.
2) Function Introduction
The quick DDNS client has the same function as other DDNS client end. It realizes the bonding of the
domain name and the IP address. Right now, current DDNS server is for our own devices only. You need
to refresh the bonding relationship of the domain and the IP regularly. There is no user name, password
or the ID registration on the server. At the same time, each device has a default domain name (Generated
by MAC address) for your option. You can also use customized valid domain name (has not registered.).
3) Operation
Before you use Quick DDNS, you need to enable this service and set proper server address, port value
and domain name.

Server address:www.quickddns.com

Port number:80

Domain name:There are two modes: Default domain name and customized domain name.
Except default domain name registration, you can also use customized domain name (You can input your
self-defined domain name.) After successful registration, you can use domain name to login installed of
the device IP.

User name: It is optional. You can input your commonly used email address.
Important
 Do not register frequently. The interval between two registrations shall be more than 60 seconds. Too
many registration requests may result in server attack.
 System may take back the domain name that is idle for one year. You can get a notification email
before the cancel operation if your email address setup is OK.
5.8.2.8 IP filter
The IP filter interface is shown as in Figure 5-35.
After you enabled trusted sites function, only the IP listed below can access current NVR.
If you enable blocked sites function, the following listed IP addresses can not access current NVR.
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Figure 5-35
5.8.2.9 Email
The email interface is shown as in Figure 5-36.
Figure 5-36
Please refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Parameter
Function
Enable
Please check the box here to enable email function.
SMTP Server
Input server address and then enable this function.
Port
Default value is 25. You can modify it if necessary.
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Parameter
Function
Anonymity
For the server supports the anonymity function. You can auto
login anonymously. You do not need to input the user name.
password and the sender information.
User Name
The user name of the sender email account.
Password
The password of sender email account.
Sender
Sender email address.
Authentication
(Encryption
mode)
You can select SSL or none.
Subject
Input email subject here.
Attachment
System can send out the email of the snapshot picture once
you check the box here.
Receiver
Input receiver email address here. Max three addresses.
It supports SSL, TLS email box.
The send interval ranges from 0 to 3600 seconds. 0 means
there is no interval.
Please note system will not send out the email immediately
when the alarm occurs. When the alarm, motion detection or
the abnormity event activates the email, system sends out the
email according to the interval you specified here. This
function is very useful when there are too many emails
activated by the abnormity events, which may result in heavy
load for the email server.
Please check the box here to enable this function.
Interval
Health mail
enable
Update period
(interval)
Email test
This function allows the system to send out the test email to
check the connection is OK or not.
Please check the box to enable this function and then set the
corresponding interval.
System can send out the email regularly as you set here.
The system will automatically sent out a email once to test the
connection is OK or not .Before the email test, please save the
email setup information.
5.8.2.10 UPnP
It allows you to establish the mapping relationship between the LAN and the public network.
Here you can also add, modify or remove UPnP item. See Figure 5-37.
 In the Windows OS, From Start->Control Panel->Add or remove programs. Click the “Add/Remove
Windows Components” and then select the “Network Services” from the Windows Components
Wizard.
 Click the Details button and then check the “Internet Gateway Device Discovery and Control client”
and “UPnP User Interface”. Please click OK to begin installation.
 Enable UPnP from the Web. If your UPnP is enabled in the Windows OS, the NVR can auto detect it
via the “My Network Places”
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Figure 5-37
5.8.2.11 SNMP
The SNMP interface is shown as in Figure 5-38.
The SNMP allows the communication between the network management work station software and the
proxy of the managed device. It is reserved for the 3rd party to develop.
Figure 5-38
Please refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Parameter
Function
SNMP Port
The listening port of the proxy program of the device. It is a
UDP port not a TCP port. The value ranges from 1 to 65535.
The default value is 161
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Parameter
Function
Read Community
It is a string. It is a command between the manage process
and the proxy process. It defined the authentication, access
control and the management relationship between one proxy
and one group of the managers. Please make sure the device
and the proxy are the same.
The read community will read all the objects the SNMP
supported in the specified name. The default setup is public.
It is a string. It is a command between the manage process
and the proxy process. It defined the authentication, access
control and the management relationship between one proxy
and one group of the managers. Please make sure the device
and the proxy are the same.
The read community will read/write/access all the objects the
SNMP supported in the specified name. The default setup is
write.
The destination address of the Trap information from the proxy
program of the device.
The destination port of the Trap information from the proxy
program of the device. It is for the gateway device and the
client-end PC in the LAN to exchange the information. It is a
non-protocol connection port. It has no effect on the network
applications. It is a UDP port not TCP port. The value ranges
from 1 to 165535. The default value is 162.
 Check V1, system only processes the information of V1.
 Check V2, system only processes the information of V2.
Write Community
Trap address
Trap port
SNMP version
5.8.2.12 Multicast
The multicast interface is shown as in Figure 5-39.
Multicast is a transmission mode of data packet. When there is multiple-host to receive the same data
packet, multiple-cast is the best option to reduce the broad width and the CPU load. The source host
can just send out one data to transit. This function also depends on the relationship of the group member
and group of the outer.
Figure 5-39
5.8.2.13 Auto Register
The auto register interface is shown as below. See Figure 5-40.
This function allows the device to auto register to the proxy you specified. In this way, you can use the
client-end to access the NVR and etc via the proxy. Here the proxy has a switch function. In the network
service, device supports the server address of IPv4 or domain.
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Please follow the steps listed below to use this function.
Please set proxy server address, port, and sub-device name at the device-end. Please enable the auto
register function, the device can auto register to the proxy server.
Figure 5-40
5.8.2.14 Alarm Centre
The alarm center interface is shown as below. See Figure 5-41.
This interface is reserved for you to develop. System can upload alarm signal to the alarm center when
local alarm occurs.
Before you use alarm center, please set server IP, port and etc. When an alarm occurs, system can send
out data as the protocol defined, so the client-end can get the data.
Figure 5-41
5.8.2.15 HTTPS
In this interface, you can set to make sure the PC can successfully login via the HTTPS. It is to guarantee
communication data security. The reliable and stable technology can secure the user information security
and device safety. See Figure 5-42.
Note
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

You need to implement server certificate again if you have changed device IP.
You need to download root certificate if it is your first time to use HTTPS on current PC.
Figure 5-42
5.8.2.15.1 Create Server Certificate
If it is your first time to use this function, please follow the steps listed below.
In Figure 5-42, click
button, input country name, state name and etc. Click
Create button. See Figure 5-43.
Note
Please make sure the IP or domain information is the same as your device IP or domain name.
Figure 5-43
You can see the corresponding prompt. See Figure 5-44. Now the server certificate is successfully
created.
Figure 5-44
5.8.2.15.2 Download root certificate
In Figure 5-42, click
button, system pops up a dialogue box. See Figure 5-45.
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Figure 5-45
Click Open button, you can go to the following interface. See Figure 5-46.
Figure 5-46
Click Install certificate button, you can go to certificate wizard. See Figure 5-47.
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Figure 5-47
Click Next button to continue. Now you can select a location for the certificate. See Figure 5-48.
Figure 5-48
Click Next button, you can see the certificate import process is complete. See Figure 5-49.
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Figure 5-49
Click Finish button, you can see system pops up a security warning dialogue box. See Figure 5-50.
Figure 5-50
Click Yes button, system pops up the following dialogue box, you can see the certificate download is
complete. See Figure 5-51.
Figure 5-51
5.8.2.15.3 View and set HTTPS port
From Setup->Network->Connection, you can see the following interface. See Figure 5-52.
You can see HTTPS default value is 443.
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Figure 5-52
5.8.2.15.4 Login
Open the browser and then input https://xx.xx.xx.xx:port.
xx.xx.xx.xx: is your device IP or domain mane.
Port is your HTTPS port. If you are using default HTTPS value 443, you do not need to add port
information here. You can input https://xx.xx.xx.xx to access.
Now you can see the login interface if your setup is right.
5.8.3
Event
5.8.3.1 Video detect
5.8.3.1.1 Motion Detect
After analysis video, system can generate a video loss alarm when the detected moving signal reached
the sensitivity you set here.
The motion detect interface is shown as in Figure 5-53.
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Figure 5-53
Figure 5-54
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Figure 5-55
Figure 5-56
Figure 5-57
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Figure 5-58
Please refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Parameter
Function
Enable
You need to check the box to enable motion detection function.
Please select a channel from the dropdown list.
Period
Motion detection function becomes activated in the specified
periods. See Figure 5-54.
There are six periods in one day. Please draw a circle to enable
corresponding period.
Click OK button, system goes back to motion detection interface,
please click save button to exit.
Anti-dither
System only memorizes one event during the anti-dither period.
The value ranges from 5s to 600s.
Sensitivity
There are six levels. The sixth level has the highest sensitivity.
Region
If you select motion detection type, you can click this button to set
motion detection zone. The interface is shown as in Figure 5-55.
Here you can set motion detection zone. There are four zones for
you to set. Please select a zone first and then left drag the mouse
to select a zone. The corresponding color zone displays different
detection zone. You can click Fn button to switch between the arm
mode and disarm mode. In arm mode, you can click the direction
buttons to move the green rectangle to set the motion detection
zone. After you completed the setup, please click ENTER button to
exit current setup. Do remember click save button to save current
setup. If you click ESC button to exit the region setup interface
system will not save your zone setup.
Record
channel
System auto activates motion detection channel(s) to record once
an alarm occurs. Please note you need to set motion detect record
period and go to Storage-> Schedule to set current channel as
schedule record.
Record Delay
System can delay the record for specified time after alarm ended.
The value ranges from 10s to 300s.
Alarm out
Enable alarm activation function. You need to select alarm output
port so that system can activate corresponding alarm device when
an alarm occurs.
Latch
System can delay the alarm output for specified time after an
alarm ended. The value ranges from 1s to 300s.
Show
System can pop up a message to alarm you in the local host
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Parameter
Function
message
screen if you enabled this function.
Buzzer
Check the box here to enable this function. The buzzer beeps
when an alarm occurs.
Alarm upload
System can upload the alarm signal to the centre (Including alarm
centre.
Message
When 3G network connection is OK, system can send out a
message when motion detect occurs.
Send Email
If you enabled this function, System can send out an email to alert
you when an alarm occurs.
Tour
You need to click setup button to select tour channel. System
begins 1-wiindow or multiple-window tour display among the
channel(s) you set to record when an alarm occurs. See Figure
5-57.
PTZ
Activation
Here you can set PTZ movement when alarm occurs. Such as go
to preset X. See Figure 5-56.
Snapshot
Click setup button to select snapshot channel. See Figure 5-58.
Video Matrix
This function is for motion detect only. Check the box here to
enable video matrix function. Right now system supports
one-channel tour function. System takes “first come and first
serve” principle to deal with the activated tour. System will process
the new tour when a new alarm occurs after previous alarm ended.
Otherwise it restores the previous output status before the alarm
activation.
5.8.3.1.2 Video Loss
The video loss interface is shown as in Figure 5-59.
Please note video loss does not support anti-dither, sensitivity, region setup. For rest setups, please refer
to chapter 5.8.3.1.1 motion detect for detailed information.
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Figure 5-59
5.8.3.1.3 Tampering
The tampering interface is shown as in Figure 5-60.
After analysis video, system can generate a tampering alarm when the detected moving signal reached
the sensitivity you set here.
For detailed setups, please refer to chapter 5.8.3.1.1 motion detect for detailed information.
Figure 5-60
5.8.3.2 Alarm
Before operation, please make sure you have properly connected alarm devices such as buzzer. The
input mode includes local alarm and network alarm.
5.8.3.2.1 Local Alarm
The local alarm interface is shown as in Figure 5-61. It refers to alarm from the local device.
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Figure 5-61
Figure 5-62
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Figure 5-63
Please refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Parameter
Function
Enable
You need to check the box to enable this function.
Please select a channel from the dropdown list.
Period
This function becomes activated in the specified periods.
There are six periods in one day. Please draw a circle to
enable corresponding period.
Select date. If you do not select, current setup applies to
today only. You can select all week column to apply to the
whole week.
Click OK button, system goes back to local alarm
interface, please click save button to exit.
Anti-dither
System only memorizes one event during the anti-dither
period. The value ranges from 5s to 600s.
Sensor type
There are two options: NO/NC.
Record channel
System auto activates motion detection channel(s) to
record once an alarm occurs. Please note you need to set
alarm record period and go to Storage-> Schedule to set
current channel as schedule record.
Record Delay
System can delay the record for specified time after alarm
ended. The value ranges from 10s to 300s.
Alarm out
Enable alarm activation function. You need to select alarm
output port so that system can activate corresponding
alarm device when an alarm occurs.
Latch
System can delay the alarm output for specified time after
an alarm ended. The value ranges from 1s to 300s.
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Parameter
Function
Show message
System can pop up a message to alarm you in the local
host screen if you enabled this function.
Buzzer
Check the box here to enable this function. The buzzer
beeps when an alarm occurs.
Alarm upload
System can upload the alarm signal to the centre
(Including alarm centre).
Send Email
If you enabled this function, System can send out an email
to alert you when an alarm occurs.
Tour
You need to click setup button to select tour channel.
System begins 1-wiindow or multiple-window tour display
among the channel(s) you set to record when an alarm
occurs. See Figure 5-57.
PTZ Activation
Here you can set PTZ movement when alarm occurs.
Such as go to preset X. See Figure 5-63.
Snapshot
Click setup button to select snapshot channel. See Figure
5-58.
5.8.3.2.2 Net Alarm
The network alarm interface is shown as in Figure 5-64.
Network alarm refers to the alarm signal from the network. System does not anti-dither and sensor type
setup. For setup information, please refer to chapter 5.8.3.2.1.
Figure 5-64
5.8.3.2.3 IPC external alarm
The IPC external alarm interface is shown as in Figure 5-65.
Network alarm refers to the alarm signal from the network. System does not anti-dither and sensor type
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setup. For setup information, please refer to chapter 5.8.3.2.1.
Figure 5-65
5.8.3.2.4 IPC Offline Alarm
The IPC offline alarm interface is shown as in Figure 5-66.
System can generate an alarm once the network camera is offline. For setup information, please refer to
chapter 5.8.3.2.1.
Figure 5-66
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5.8.3.3 Abnormality
It includes six types: No disk, disk error, disks no space, disconnect, IP conflict, MAC conflict. See Figure
5-67 through Figure 5-72.
Figure 5-67
Figure 5-68
Figure 5-69
Figure 5-70
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Figure 5-71
Figure 5-72
Please refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Parameter
Function
Event
Type
The abnormal events include: No disk, disk error, disk no space, net
disconnection, IP conflict and MAC conflict.
You can set one or more items here.
Less than: You can set the minimum percentage value here (For disk
not space only). The device can alarm when capacity is not sufficient.
You need to draw a circle to enable this function.
Enable
Check the box here to enable selected function.
Alarm Out
Please select corresponding alarm output channel when an alarm
occurs. You need to check the box to enable this function.
Latch
The alarm output can delay for the specified time after an alarm stops.
The value ranges from 1s to 300s.
Show
message
System can pop up a message to alarm you in the local host screen if
you enabled this function.
Alarm
upload
System can upload the alarm signal to the centre (Including alarm
centre.
Send
Email
If you enabled this function, System can send out an email to alert you
when an alarm occurs.
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Parameter
Function
Buzzer
Check the box here to enable this function. The buzzer beeps when an
alarm occurs.
5.8.4 Storage
5.8.4.1 Schedule
In this interfaces, you can add or remove the schedule record setup. See Figure 5-73.
There are four record modes: general (auto), motion detect, alarm and MD&alarm. There are six periods
in one day.
You can view the current time period setup from the color bar.
 Green color stands for the general record/snapshot.
 Yellow color stands for the motion detect record/snapshot..
 Red color stands for the alarm record/snapshot.
 Blue color stands for MD&alarm record/snapshot.
Figure 5-73
Figure 5-74
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Figure 5-75
Please refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Parameter
Function
Channel
Please select a channel from the dropdown list.
Pre-record
Please input pre-record time here. The value ranges from 0 to 30.
Redundancy
Check the box here to enable redundancy function. Please note this
function is null if there is only one HDD.
Snapshot
Check the box here to enable snapshot function.
Holiday
Check the box here to enable holiday function.
Setup
Click the Setup button, you can set record period. See Figure 5-74.
There are six periods in one day. If you do not check the date at the
bottom of the interface, current setup is for today only.
Please click Save button and then exit.
Copy
Copy function allows you to copy one channel setup to another. After
setting in channel, click Copy button, you can go to interface Figure
5-75. You can see current channel name is grey such as channel 1.
Now you can select the channel you wan to paste such as channel
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Parameter
Function
5/6/7. If you wan to save current setup of channel 1 to all channels, you
can click the first box “ALL”. Click the OK button to save current copy
setup. Click the OK button in the Encode interface, the copy function
succeeded.
5.8.4.2 HDD Manager
5.8.4.2.1 Local Storage
The local interface is shown as in Figure 5-76. Here you can see HDD information. You can also operate
the read-only, read-write, redundancy (if there are more than on HDD) and format operation.
Figure 5-76
5.8.4.2.2
HDD
The HDD interface is to set HDD group. See Figure 5-77.
Figure 5-77
5.8.4.2.3
FTP
The FTP interface is to set FTP information. See Figure 5-78.
Please set the FTP as your remote storage location. System can save record file or snapshot picture to
the FTP once the network is offline or malfunction.
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Figure 5-78
5.8.4.3 Record Control
The interface is shown as in Figure 5-79.
Figure 5-79
Please refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Parameter
Function
Channel
Here you can view channel number.
The number displayed here is the max channel amount of your
device.
Status
There are three statuses: schedule, manual and stop.
Schedule
System enables auto record function as you set in record schedule
setup (general, motion detect and alarm).
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Manual
It has the highest priority.
Enable corresponding channel to record no matter what period
applied in the record setup.
Stop
Stop current channel record no matter what period applied in the
record setup.
Start all/
stop all
Check the corresponding All button, you can enable or disable all
channels record.
5.8.4.4 RAID Manager
Important
Please make sure your purchased product support the RAID function, otherwise you can not see
the following interface.
5.8.4.4.1 RAID Config
It is for you to manage RAID HDD. It can display RAID name, type, free space, total space, status and etc.
Here you can add/delete RAID HDD.
Click Add button to select RAID type and then select HDDs, click OK button to add. See Figure 5-80.
Figure 5-80
5.8.4.4.2 Hotspare disks
In Figure 5-80, click hotspare button, you can add the hot spare HDD. See Figure 5-81. The type includes
two options:
 Global: It is global hotspare disk. When any RAID becomes degrading, it can replace and build the
RAID.
 Local: It is local hotspare disk. When the specified RAID becomes degrading, it can replace and build
the RAID.
Select a hot spare device and then click Delete button. Click Apply button to delete.
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Figure 5-81
5.8.4.5 Storage
5.8.4.5.1 Main Stream
The main stream interface is shown as in Figure 5-82. Here you can set corresponding HDD group to
save main stream.
Figure 5-82
5.8.4.5.2 Sub Stream
The sub stream interface is shown as in Figure 5-83.
Here you can set corresponding HDD group to save sub stream.
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Figure 5-83
5.8.4.5.3 Snapshot
The snapshot interface is shown as in Figure 5-84. Here you can set corresponding HDD group to save
snapshot picture.
Figure 5-84
5.8.5 Setting
5.8.5.1 General
The general interface includes general, date/time and holiday setup.
5.8.5.1.1 General
The general interface is shown as in Figure 5-85.
Figure 5-85
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Please refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Parameter
Function
Device ID
It is to set device name.
Device No.
It is device channel number.
Language
You can select the language from the dropdown list.
Please note the device needs to reboot to get the modification
activated.
Video
Standard
This is to display video standard such as PAL.
HDD full
Here is for you to select working mode when hard disk is full. There
are two options: stop recording or rewrite. If current working HDD is
overwritten or the current HDD is full while the next HDD is no empty,
then system stops recording, If the current HDD is full and then next
HDD is not empty, then system overwrites the previous files.
Here is for you to specify record duration. The value ranges from 1 to
120 minutes. Default value is 60 minutes.
Pack
duration
5.8.5.1.2 Date and time
The date and time interface is shown as in Figure 5-86
Figure 5-86
Please refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Parameter
Function
Date format
Here you can select date format from the dropdown list.
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Time
Format
There are two options: 24-H and 12-H.
Time zone
The time zone of the device.
System
time
It is to set system time. It becomes valid after you set.
Sync PC
You can click this button to save the system time as your PC current
time.
DST
Here you can set day night save time begin time and end time. You
can set according to the date format or according to the week format.
NTP
You can check the box to enable NTP function.
NTP server
You can set the time server address.
Port
It is to set the time server port.
Interval
It is to set the sync periods between the device and the time server.
5.8.5.1.3 Holiday Setup
Holiday setup interface is shown as in Figure 5-87.
Here you can click Add holidays box to add a new holiday and then click Save button to save.
Figure 5-87
5.8.5.2 Account
Note:
 For the character in the following user name or the user group name, system max supports 6-digits.
The space in the front or at the end of the string is null. The valid string includes: character, number,
and underline.
 The user amount default setup is 64 and the group amount default setup is 20. The factory default
setup includes two levels: user and admin. You can set the corresponding group and then set the
rights for the respective user in the specified groups.
 User management adopts group/user modes. The user name and the group name shall be unique.
One user shall be included in only one group.
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5.8.5.2.1 User name
In this interface you can add/remove user and modify user name. See Figure 5-88.
Figure 5-88
Add user: It is to add a name to group and set the user rights. See Figure 5-89.
There are four default users: admin/888888/666666 and hidden user “default”. Except user 6666, other
users have administrator right. The user 666666 can only have the monitor rights,.
Hidden user “default” is for system interior use only and can not be deleted. When there is no login user,
hidden user “default” automatically login. You can set some rights such as monitor for this user so that
you can view some channel view without login.
Here you can input the user name and password and then select one group for current user.
Please note the user rights shall not exceed the group right setup.
For convenient setup, please make sure the general user has the lower rights setup than the admin.
Figure 5-89
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Modify user
It is to modify the user property, belonging group, password and rights. See Figure 5-90.
Modify password
It is to modify the user password. You need to input the old password and then input the new password
twice to confirm the new setup. Please click the OK button to save.
Please note, the password ranges from 1-digit to 6-digit. It shall include the number only. For the user of
the account rights, he can modify the password of other users.
Figure 5-90
5.8.5.2.2 Group
The group management interface can add/remove group, modify group password and etc.
The interface is shown as in Figure 5-91.
Figure 5-91
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Add group: It is to add group and set its corresponding rights. See Figure 5-92.
Please input the group name and then check the box to select the corresponding rights. It includes:
shutdown/reboot device, live view, record control, PTZ control and etc.
Figure 5-92
Modify group
Click the modify group button, you can see an interface is shown as in Figure 5-93.
Here you can modify group information such as remarks and rights.
Figure 5-93
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5.8.5.3 Display
Display interface includes GUI, TV adjust, Tour and zero-channel encoding.
5.8.5.3.1 Display
Here you can set background color and transparency level. See Figure 5-94.
Figure 5-94
Please refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Parameter
Function
Resolution
There
are
four
options:
1920×1080,1280×1024(default),1280×720,1024×768. Please note
the system needs to reboot to activate current setup.
Here is for you to adjust transparency. The value ranges from 128
to 255.
Check the box here, you can view system time and channel
number on the monitor video.
Transparency
Time
title/channel
title
Image
enhance
Check the box; you can optimize the margin of the preview video.
5.8.5.3.2 Tour
The tour interface is shown as in Figure 5-95. Here you can set tour interval, split mode, motion detect
tour and alarm tour mode.
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Figure 5-95
Please refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Parameter
Function
Enable tour
Check the box here to enable tour function.
Interval
Here is for you to adjust transparency. The value ranges from 5 to
120s. The default setup is 5s.
Here you can set window mode and channel group. System can
support 1/4/8/9/16/25/36-window according to device channel
amount.
Here you can set motion detect tour/alarm tour window mode.
System supports 1/8-window now.
Split
Motion
tour/Alarm
tour
5.8.5.4 Alarm Out
The alarm output interface is shown as below. See Figure 5-96
Here you can set alarm output mode: auto/manual/stop.
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Figure 5-96
5.8.5.5 Default
The default setup interface is shown as in Figure 5-97.
Here you can select Network/Event/Storage/Setting/Camera. Or you can check the All box to select all
items.
Figure 5-97
5.8.5.6 Import/Export
The interface is shown as in Figure 5-98. This interface is for you to export or import the configuration
files.
Figure 5-98
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Please refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Parameter
Function
Browse
Click to select import file.
Import
It is to import the local setup files to the system.
Export
It is to export the corresponding WEB setup to your local PC.
5.8.5.7 Auto maintain
The auto maintain interface is shown as in Figure 5-99.
Here you can select auto reboot and auto delete old files interval from the dropdown list.
If you want to use the auto delete old files function, you need to set the file period.
Click Manual reboot button, you can restart device manually.
Figure 5-99
5.8.5.8 Upgrade
The upgrade interface is shown as in Figure 5-100.
Please select the upgrade file and then click the update button to begin update. Please note the file name
shall be as *.bin. During the upgrade process, do not unplug the power cable, network cable, or shutdown
the device.
Important
Improper upgrade program may result in device malfunction! Please make sure the operation is
operated under the supervision of the professional engineer!
Figure 5-100
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5.8.5.9 RS232
The RS232 interface is shown as in Figure 5-101.
Figure 5-101
Please refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Parameter
Function
Protocol
Select the corresponding dome protocol.
Default setup is console.
Select the baud rate.
Default setup is 115200.
Baud Rate
Data Bit
The value ranges from 5 to 8.
Default setup is 8.
Stop bit
There are two options: 1/2.
Default setup is 1.
Parity
There are five options: none/odd/even/space/mark.
Default setup is none.
5.8.5.10 PTZ
The PTZ interface is shown as in Figure 5-102 (Local) and Figure 5-103 (Remote).
Before setup, please check the following connections are right:
 PTZ and decoder connection is right. Decoder address setup is right.
 Decoder A (B) line connects with NVR A (B) line.
Click Save button after you complete setup, you can go back to the monitor interface to control speed
dome.
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Figure 5-102
Figure 5-103
Please refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Parameter
Function
Channel
Select speed dome connected channel.
PTZ Type
There are two options: local/remote.
Please select remote type if you are connecting to the network PTZ.
Protocol
Select the corresponding dome protocol such as PELCOD.
Address
Set corresponding dome address. Default value is 1. Please note
your setup here shall comply with your dome address; otherwise
you can not control the speed dome.
Baud
Rate
Select the dome baud rate. Default setup is 9600.
Data Bit
Default setup is 8. Please set according to the speed dome dial switch
setup.
Stop bit
Default setup is 1. Please set according to the speed dome dial switch
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Parameter
Function
setup.
Parity
5.9
Default setup is none. Please set according to the speed dome dial
switch setup.
Information
5.9.1 Version
The version interface is shown as in Figure 5-104.
Here you can view record channel, alarm input/output information, software version, release date and etc.
Please note the following information is for reference only.
Figure 5-104
5.9.2 Log
Here you can view system log. See Figure 5-105.
Figure 5-105
Please refer to the following sheet for log parameter information.
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Parameter
Function
Type
Log types include: system operation, configuration operation, data
operation, event operation, record operation, user management, log
clear.
Start time
Set the start time of the requested log.
End time
Set the end time of the requested log.
Search
You can select log type from the drop down list and then click search
button to view the list.
You can click the stop button to terminate current search operation.
Detailed
information
You can select one item to view the detailed information.
Clear
You can click this button to delete all displayed log files. Please
note system does not support clear by type.
Backup
You can click this button to backup log files to current PC.
5.9.3 Online User
The online user interface is shown as in Figure 5-106.
Figure 5-106
5.10 Playback
Click Playback button, you can see an interface is shown as in Figure 5-107.
Please set record type, record date, window display mode and channel name.
You can click the date on the right pane to select the date. The green highlighted date is system current
date and the blue highlighted date means it has record files.
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Figure 5-107
Then please click File list button, you can see the corresponding files in the list. See Figure 5-108.
Figure 5-108
Select a file you want to play and then click Play button, system can begin playback. You can select to
playback in full-screen. Please note for one channel, system can not playback and download at the same
time. You can use the playback control bar to implement various operations such as play, pause, stop,
slow play, fast play and etc. See Figure 5-109.
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Figure 5-109
Select the file(s) you want to download and then click download button, you can see an interface shown
as in Figure 5-110. The Download button becomes Stop button and there is a process bar for your
reference. Please go to you default file saved path to view the files.
Figure 5-110
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Load more
Click More button in Figure 5-110, you can see an interface shown as in Figure 5-111. It is for you to
search record or picture. You can select record channel, record type and record time to download.
Figure 5-111
Watermark
Watermark interface is shown as in Figure 5-112. Please select a file and then click Verify button to see
the file has been tampered with or not
Figure 5-112
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5.11 Alarm
Click alarm function, you can see an interface is shown as Figure 5-113.
Here you can set device alarm type and alarm sound setup (Please make sure you have enabled audio
function of corresponding alarm events.).
Figure 5-113
Please refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Type
Parameter
Function
Alarm
Type
Video loss
System alarms when video loss occurs.
Motion detection
System alarms when motion detection alarm
occurs.
Tampering
System alarms when camera is viciously masking.
Disk full
System alarms when disk is full.
Disk error
System alarms when disk error occurs.
External alarm
Alarm input device sends out alarm.
IPC
alarm
external
It refers to the on-off signal from the network
camera. It can activate the NVR local activation
operation.
IPC offline alarm
System can generate an alarm when the network
camera and the NVR are disconnected.
Operation
Prompt
Check the box here, system can automatically pops
up an alarm icon on the Alarm button in the main
interface when there is an alarm.
Alarm
Sound
Play
sound
alarm
Sound path
System sends out alarm sound when an alarm
occurs. You can specify as you wish.
Here you can specify alarm sound file.
5.12 Log out
271
Click log out button, system goes back to log in interface. See Figure 5-114.
You need to input user name and password to login again.
Figure 5-114
5.13 Un-install Web Control
You can use web un-install tool “uninstall web.bat” to un-install web control.
Please note, before you un-installation, please close all web pages, otherwise the un-installation
might result in error.
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6 Glossary

DHCP: DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) is a network protocol. It is one of the TCP/IP
protocol cluster. It is principally used to assign temporary IP addresses to computers on a network.
DDNS: DDNS (Dynamic Domain Name Server) is a service that maps Internet domain names to IP

addresses. This service is useful to anyone who wants to operate a server (web server, mail server,
ftp server and etc) connected to the internet with a dynamic IP or to someone who wants to connect
to an office computer or server from a remote location with software.
eSATA: eSATA(External Serial AT) is an interface that provides fast data transfer for external storage

devices. It is the extension specifications of a SATA interface.
GPS: GPS (Global Positioning System) is a satellite system, protected by the US military, safely

orbiting thousands of kilometers above the earth.





PPPoE: PPPoE (Point to Point Protocol over Ethernet) is a specification for connecting multiple
computer users on an Ethernet local area network to a remote site. Now the popular mode is ADSL
and it adopts PPPoE protocol.
WIFI: Wi-Fi is the name of a popular wireless networking technology that uses radio waves to
provide wireless high-speed Internet and network connections. The standard is for wireless local
area networks (WLANs). It is like a common language that all the devices use to communicate to
each other. It is actually IEEE802.11, a family of standard The IEEE (Institute of Electrical and
Electronics Engineers Inc.)
3G: 3G is the wireless network standard. It is called 3G because it is the third generation of cellular
telecom standards. 3G is a faster network for phone and data transmission and speed Is over several
hundreds kbps. Now there are four standards: CDMA2000, WCDMA, TD-SCDMA and WiMAX.
Dual-stream: The dual-stream technology adopts high-rate bit stream for local HD storage such as
QCIF/CIF/2CIF/DCIF/4CIF encode and one low-rate bit stream for network transmission such as
QCIF/CIF encode. It can balance the local storage and remote network transmission. The
dual-stream can meet the difference band width requirements of the local transmission and the
remote transmission. In this way, the local transmission using high-bit stream can achieve HD
storage and the network transmission adopting low bit stream suitable for the fluency requirements of
the 3G network such as WCDMA, EVDO, TD-SCDMA..
On-off value: It is the non-consecutive signal sampling and output. It includes remote sampling and
remote output. It has two statuses: 1/0.
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7
Appendix A HDD Capacity Calculation
Calculate total capacity needed by each device according to video recording (video recording type and
video file storage time).
Step 1: According to Formula (1) to calculate storage capacity q i that is the capacity of each channel
needed for each hour, unit Mbyte.
qi  d i  8  3600  1024
(1)
In the formula: d i means the bit rate, unit Kbit/s
Step 2: After video time requirement is confirmed, according to Formula (2) to calculate the storage
capacity mi , which is storage of each channel needed unit Mbyte.
m i = q i × hi × D i
(2)
In the formula:
hi means the recording time for each day (hour)
Di means number of days for which the video shall be kept
Step 3: According to Formula (3) to calculate total capacity (accumulation) qT that is needed for all
channels in the device during scheduled video recording.
c
q T   mi
(3)
i 1
In the formula: c means total number of channels in one device
Step 4: According to Formula (4) to calculate total capacity (accumulation) qT that is needed for all
channels in device during alarm video recording (including motion detection).
c
qT   mi ×a%
(4)
i 1
In the formula:a% means alarm occurrence rate
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8
Appendix B Compatible Network Camera
Please note all the models in the following list are for reference only. For those products not included in
the list, please contact your local retailer or technical supporting engineer for detailed information.
Manufact
ure
Model
Version
Video Encode
Audio/Vid
eo
Protocol
AXIS
P1346
5.40.9.2
H264
√
ONVIF, Private
P3344/P3344E
5.40.9.2
H264
√
ONVIF, Private
P5512
-
H264
√
ONVIF, Private
Q1604
5.40.3.2
H264
√
ONVIF, Private
Q1604-E
5.40.9
H264
√
ONVIF, Private
Q6034E
-
H264
√
ONVIF, Private
Q6035
5.40.9
H264
√
ONVIF, Private
Q1755
-
H264
√
ONVIF, Private
M7001
-
H264
√
Private
M3204
5.40.9.2
H264
√
Private
P3367
HEAD LFP4_0
130220
H264
√
ONVIF
P5532-P
HEAD LFP4_0
130220
H264
√
ONVIF
ACM-3511
A1D-220-V3.12
.15-AC
MPEG4
√
Private
ACM-8221
A1D-220-V3.13
.16-AC
MPEG4
√
Private
AV1115
65246
H264
√
Private
AV10005DN
65197
H264
√
Private
AV2115DN
65246
H264
√
Private
AV2515DN
65199
H264
√
Private
AV2815
65197
H264
√
Private
AV5115DN
65246
H264
√
Private
AV8185DN
65197
H264
√
Private
NBN-921-P
-
H264
√
ONVIF
NBC-455-12P
-
H264
√
ONVIF
VG5-825
9500453
H264
√
ONVIF
NBN-832
66500500
H264
√
ONVIF
VEZ-211-IWT
EIVA
-
H264
√
ONVIF
NBC-255-P
15500152
H264
√
ONVIF
VIP-X1XF
-
H264
√
ONVIF
B0100
-
H264
√
ONVIF
D100
-
H264
√
ONVIF
GE-100-CB
-
H264
√
ONVIF
FB-100A
v1.0.3.9
H264
√
ONVIF
FD-100A
v1.0.3.3
H264
√
ONVIF
ACTi
Arecont
Bosch
Brikcom
275
Cannon
VB-M400
-
H264
√
Private
CNB
MPix2.0DIR
XNETM112011
1229
H264
√
ONVIF
VIPBL1.3MIR
VF
XNETM210011
1229
H264
√
ONVIF
IGC-2050F
XNETM210011
1229
H264
√
ONVIF
CP-NC9-K
6.E.2.7776
H264
√
Private, ONVIF
CP-NC9W-K
6.E.2.7776
H264
√
Private
CP-ND10-R
cp20111129AN
S
H264
√
ONVIF
CP-ND20-R
cp20111129AN
S
H264
√
ONVIF
CP-NS12W-C
R
cp20110808NS
H264
√
ONVIF
VS201
cp20111129NS
H264
√
ONVIF
CP-NB20-R
cp20110808BN
S
H264
√
ONVIF
CP-NT20VL3R
cp20110808BN
S
H264
√
ONVIF
CP-NS36W-A
R
cp20110808NS
H264
√
ONVIF
CP-ND20VL2R
cp20110808BN
S
H264
√
ONVIF
CP-RNP-1820
cp20120821NS
A
H264
√
Private
CP-RNC-TP2
0FL3C
cp20120821NS
A
H264
√
Private
CP-RNP-12D
cp20120828AN
S
H264
√
Private
CP-RNC-DV1
0
cp20120821NS
A
H264
√
Private
CP-RNC-DP2
0FL2C
cp20120821NS
A
H264
√
Private
ICS-13
d20120214NS
H264
√
Private, ONVIF
ICS-20W
vt20111123NSA
H264
√
Private, ONVIF
NA222
-
H264
√
ONVIF
MPC-IPVD-03
13
k20111208ANS
H264
√
Private, ONVIF
MPC-IPVD-03
13AF
k20111208BNS
H264
√
Private, ONVIF
HIDC-1100PT
h.2.2.1824
H264
√
ONVIF
HIDC-1100P
h.2.2.1824
H264
√
ONVIF
HIDC-0100P
h.2.2.1824
H264
√
ONVIF
HIDC-1300V
2.0.0.21
H264
√
ONVIF
CP PLUS
Dynacolor
Honeywell
276
LG
Imatek
Panasonic
PELCO
HICC-1300W
2.0.1.7
H264
√
ONVIF
HICC-2300
2.0.0.21
H264
√
ONVIF
HDZ20HDX
H20130114NS
A
H264
√
ONVIF
LW342-FP
-
H264
√
Private
LNB5100
-
H264
√
ONVIF
KNC-B5000
-
H264
√
Private
KNC-B5162
-
H264
√
Private
KNC-B2161
-
H264
√
Private
NP240/CH
-
MPEG4
√
Private
WV-NP502
-
MPEG4
√
Private
WV-SP102H
1.41
H264
√
Private, ONVIF
WV-SP105H
-
H264
√
Private, ONVIF
WV-SP302H
1.41
H264、MPEG4
√
Private, ONVIF
WV-SP306H
1.4
H264、MPEG4
√
Private, ONVIF
WV-SP508H
-
H264、MPEG4
√
Private, ONVIF
WV-SP509H
-
H264、MPEG4
√
Private, ONVIF
WV-SF332H
1.41
H264、MPEG4
√
Private, ONVIF
WV-SW316H
1.41
H264、MPEG4
√
Private, ONVIF
WV-SW355H
1.41
H264、MPEG4
√
Private, ONVIF
WV-SW352H
-
H264、MPEG4
√
Private, ONVIF
WV-SW152E
1.03
H264、MPEG4
√
Private, ONVIF
WV-SW558H
-
H264、MPEG4
√
Private, ONVIF
WV-SW559H
-
H264、MPEG4
√
Private, ONVIF
WV-SP105H
1.03
H264、MPEG4
√
Private, ONVIF
WV-SW155E
1.03
H264、MPEG4
√
Private, ONVIF
WV-SF336H
1.44
H264、MPEG4
√
Private, ONVIF
WV-SF332H
1.41
H264、MPEG4
√
Private, ONVIF
WV-SF132E
1.03
H264、MPEG4
√
Private, ONVIF
WV-SF135E
1.03
H264、MPEG4
√
Private, ONVIF
WV-SF346H
1.41
H264、MPEG4
√
Private, ONVIF
WV-SF342H
1.41
H264、MPEG4
√
Private, ONVIF
WV-SC385H
1.08
H264、MPEG4
√
Private, ONVIF
WV-SC386H
1.08
H264、MPEG4
√
Private, ONVIF
WV-SP539
1.66
H264、MPEG4
√
ONVIF
DG-SC385
1.66
H264、MPEG4
√
ONVIF
IXSOLW
1.8.1-20110912
-1.9082-A1.661
7
H264
√
Private
IDE20DN
1.7.41.9111-O3
.6725
H264
√
Private
D5118
1.7.8.9310-A1.
5288
H264
√
Private
IM10C10
1.6.13.9261-O2
.4657
H264
√
Private
277
Samsung
Sony
SANYO
DD4N-X
01.02.0015
MPEG4
√
Private
DD423-X
01.02.0006
MPEG4
√
Private
D5220
1.8.3-FC2-2012
0614-1.9320-A
1.8035
H264
√
Private
SNB-3000P
2.41
H264、MPEG4
√
Private, ONVIF
SNP-3120
1.22_110120_1
H264、MPEG4
√
Private, ONVIF
SNP-3370
1.21_110318
MPEG4
√
Private
SNB-5000
2.10_111227
H264、MPEG4
√
Private, ONVIF
SND-5080
-
H264、MPEG4
√
Private
SNZ-5200
1.02_110512
H264、MPEG4
√
Private, ONVIF
SNP-5200
1.04_110825
H264、MPEG4
√
Private, ONVIF
SNB-7000
1.10_110819
H264
√
Private, ONVIF
SNB-6004
V1.0.0
H264
√
ONVIF
SNC-DH110
1.50.00
H264
√
Private, ONVIF
SNC-CH120
1.50.00
H264
√
Private, ONVIF
SNC-CH135
1.73.01
H264
√
Private, ONVIF
SNC-CH140
1.50.00
H264
√
Private, ONVIF
SNC-CH210
1.73.00
H264
√
Private, ONVIF
SNC-DH210
1.73.00
H264
√
Private, ONVIF
SNC-DH240
1.50.00
H264
√
Private, ONVIF
SNC-DH240-T
1.73.01
H264
√
Private, ONVIF
SNC-CH260
1.74.01
H264
√
Private, ONVIF
SNC-CH280
1.73.01
H264
√
Private, ONVIF
SNC-RH-124
1.73.00
H264
√
Private, ONVIF
SNC-RS46P
1.73.00
H264
√
Private, ONVIF
SNC-ER550
1.74.01
H264
√
Private, ONVIF
SNC-ER580
1.74.01
H264
√
Private, ONVIF
SNC-ER580
1.78.00
H264
√
ONVIF
SNC-VM631
1.4.0
H264
√
ONVIF
WV-SP306
1.61.00
H264、MPEG4
√
SDK
WV-SP306
1.61.00
H264
√
ONVIF
SNC-VB600
1.5.0
H264
√
Private
SNC-VM600
1.5.0
H264
√
Private
SNC-VB630
1.5.0
H264
√
Private
SNC-VM630
1.5.0
H264
√
Private
VCC-HDN400
0PC
-
H264
√
ONVIF
278
9
Appendix C Compatible Backup Device List
Compatible USB drive list
Manufacturer
Model
Capacity
Sandisk
Cruzer Micro
512M
Sandisk
Cruzer Micro
1G
Sandisk
Cruzer Micro
2G
Sandisk
Cruzer Freedom
256M
Sandisk
Cruzer Freedom
512M
Sandisk
Cruzer Freedom
1G
Sandisk
Cruzer Freedom
2G
Kingston
DataTraveler Ⅱ
1G
Kingston
DataTraveler Ⅱ
2G
Kingston
DataTraveler
1G
Kingston
DataTraveler
2G
Maxell
USB Flash Stick
128M
Maxell
USB Flash Stick
256M
Maxell
USB Flash Stick
512M
Maxell
USB Flash Stick
1G
Maxell
USB Flash Stick
2G
Kingax
Super Stick
128M
Kingax
Super Stick
256M
Kingax
Super Stick
512M
Kingax
Super Stick
1G
Kingax
Super Stick
2G
Netac
U210
128M
Netac
U210
256M
Netac
U210
512M
Netac
U210
1G
Netac
U210
2G
Netac
U208
4G
Teclast
Ti Cool
128M
Teclast
Ti Cool
256M
Teclast
Ti Cool
512M
Teclast
Ti Cool
1G
SanDisk
cruzer mirco
2G
SanDisk
cruzer mirco
8G
SanDisk
Ti Cool
2G
SanDisk
Hongjiao
4G
Lexar
Lexar
256MB
Kingston
Data Traveler
1G
Kingston
Data Traveler
16GB
Kingston
Data Traveler
32GB
Aigo
L8315
16GB
Sandisk
250
16GB
279
Manufacturer
Model
Capacity
Kingston
Data Traveler Locker+
32GB
Netac
U228
8GB
Compatible SD Card List
Please refer to the following sheet for compatible SD card brand.
Brand
Standard
Capacity
Card type
Transcend
SDHC6
16GB
SD
Kingston
SDHC4
4GB
SD
Kingston
SD
2GB
SD
Kingston
SD
1GB
SD
Sandisk
SDHC2
8GB
Micro-SD
Sandisk
SD
1GB
Micro-SD
Compatible Portable HDD List
Please refer to the following sheet for compatible portable HDD brand.
Brand
Model
Capacity
YDStar
YDstar HDD box
40G
Netac
Netac
80G
Iomega
Iomega
RNAJ50U287
WD Elements
WCAVY1205901
1.5TB
Newsmy
Liangjian
320GB
WD Elements
WDBAAR5000ABK-00
500GB
WD Elements
WDBAAU0015HBK-00
1.5TB
Seagate
FreeAgent Go(ST905003F)
500GB
Aigo
H8169
500GB
RPHD-CG"
250GB
Compatible USB DVD Burner List
Manufacturer
Model
Samsung
SE-S084
Benq
TW200D
Compatible SATA DVD Burner List
Manufacturer
Model
LG
GH22NS30
Samsung
TS-H653 Ver.A
Samsung
TS-H653 Ver.F
Samsung
SH-224BB/CHXH
SONY
DRU-V200S
SONY
DRU-845S
280
Manufacturer
Model
SONY
AW-G170S
Pioneer
NVR-217CH
Pioneer
NVR-215CHG
Compatible SATA HDD List
Manufacturer
Series
Model
Capacity
Port
Mode
Seagate
Seagate SV35.1
ST3250824SV
250G
SATA
Seagate
Seagate SV35.1
ST3500641SV
500G
SATA
Seagate
Seagate SV35.2
ST3250820SV
250G
SATA
Seagate
Seagate SV35.2
ST3320620SV
320G
SATA
Seagate
Seagate SV35.2
ST3500630SV
500G
SATA
Seagate
Seagate SV35.2
ST3750640SV
750G
SATA
Seagate
Seagate SV35.3
ST3250310SV
250G
SATA
Seagate
Seagate SV35.3
ST3500320SV
500G
SATA
Seagate
Seagate SV35.3
ST3750330SV
750G
SATA
Seagate
Seagate SV35.3
ST31000340SV
1T
SATA
Seagate
Seagate SV35.4
ST3320410SV
320G
SATA
Seagate
Seagate SV35.4
ST3250311SV
250G
SATA
Seagate
Seagate SV35.5
ST3500410SV
500G
SATA
Seagate
Seagate SV35.5
ST3500411SV
500G
SATA
Seagate
Seagate SV35.5
ST31000525SV
1T
SATA
Seagate
Seagate SV35.5
ST31000526SV
1T
SATA
Seagate
Seagate SV35.5
ST1000VX000
1T
SATA
Seagate
Seagate SV35.5
ST2000VX003
2T
SATA
Seagate
Seagate SV35.5
ST2000VX002
2T
SATA
Seagate
Seagate SV35.5
ST2000VX000
2T
SATA
Seagate
Seagate SV35.5
ST3000VX000
3T
SATA
Seagate
Seagate Pipeline HD
ST3320410CS
320G
SATA
Seagate
Seagate Pipeline HD
ST3320310CS
320G
SATA
Seagate
Seagate Pipeline HD
ST3500422CS
500G
SATA
Seagate
Seagate Pipeline HD
ST3500321CS
500G
SATA
Seagate
Seagate
ST3250412CS
250G
SATA
Pipeline
281
Manufacturer
Series
Model
Capacity
Port
Mode
HD2
Seagate
Seagate
HD2
Pipeline
ST3320311CS
250G
SATA
Seagate
Seagate
HD2
Pipeline
ST3500414CS
500G
SATA
Seagate
Seagate
HD2
Pipeline
ST3500312CS
500G
SATA
Seagate
Seagate
HD2
Pipeline
ST31000424CS
1T
SATA
Seagate
Seagate
HD2
Pipeline
ST31000322CS
1T
SATA
Seagate
Seagate
HD2
Pipeline
ST1000VM002
1T
SATA
Seagate
Seagate
HD2
Pipeline
ST1500VM002
1T
SATA
Seagate
Seagate
HD2
Pipeline
ST2000VM002
2T
SATA
Seagate
Seagate
HD2
Pipeline
ST2000VM003
2T
SATA
Seagate
Seagate
Constellation ES
ST3500514NS
500G
SATA
Seagate
Seagate
Constellation ES
ST31000524NS
1T
SATA
Seagate
Seagate
Constellation ES
ST32000644NS
2T
SATA
Seagate
Seagate
Constellation ES
ST2000NM0011
2T
SATA
Seagate
Seagate
Constellation ES
ST1000NM0011
1T
SATA
Seagate
Seagate
Constellation ES
ST500NM0011
500G
SATA
Seagate
Seagate
Constellation ES
ST2000NM0031
2T
SATA
Seagate
Seagate
Constellation ES
ST1000NM0031
1T
SATA
Seagate
Seagate
ST500NM0031
500G
SATA
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Manufacturer
Series
Model
Capacity
Port
Mode
Constellation ES
Seagate
Seagate
Constellation ES
ST2000NM0051
2T
SATA
Seagate
Seagate
Constellation ES
ST1000NM0051
1T
SATA
Seagate
Seagate
Constellation ES
ST500NM0051
500G
SATA
Seagate
Seagate
Constellation ES.2
ST33000650NS
3T
SATA
Seagate
Seagate
Constellation ES.2
ST32000645NS
2T
SATA
Seagate
Seagate
Constellation ES.2
ST33000651NS
3T
SATA
Seagate
Seagate
Constellation ES.2
ST32000646NS
2T
SATA
Seagate
Seagate
Constellation ES.2
ST33000652NS
3T
SATA
Seagate
Seagate
Constellation ES.2
ST32000647NS
2T
SATA
Westem
Digital
Cariar SE
WD3200JD
320G
SATA
Westem
Digital
Cariar SE
WD3000JD
300G
SATA
Westem
Digital
Cariar SE
WD2500JS
250G
SATA
Westem
Digital
Cariar SE16
WD7500KS
750G
SATA
Westem
Digital
Cariar SE16
WD5000KS
500G
SATA
Westem
Digital
Cariar SE16
WD4000KD
400G
SATA
Westem
Digital
Cariar SE16
WD3200KS
320G
SATA
Westem
Digital
Cariar SE16
WD2500KS
250G
SATA
Westem
WD Caviar SE16
WD2500YS-01SHB0
250G
SATA
283
Series
Model
Capacity
Port
Mode
Westem
Digital
WD Caviar RE16
WD3200YS-01PGB0
320G
SATA
Westem
Digital
WD Caviar RE2
WD5000YS-01MPB0
500G
SATA
Westem
Digital
WD AV—AVJS
WD2500AVJS-63WDA0
500G
SATA
Westem
Digital
WD AV—AVJS
WD3200AVJS-63WDA0
320G
SATA
Westem
Digital
WD AV—AVJS
WD5000AVJS-63YJA0
500G
SATA
Westem
Digital
WDAV-GP—AVCS
WD5000AVCS-63H1B1
500G
SATA
Westem
Digital
WDAV-GP—AVCS
WD7500AVCS-63ZLB0
750G
SATA
Westem
Digital
WDAV-GP—AVCS
WD3200AVCS
320G
SATA
Westem
Digital
WDAV-GP—AVCS
WD2500AVCS
250G
SATA
Westem
Digital
WDAV-GP—EVCS
WD10EVCS-63ZLB0
1T
SATA
Westem
Digital
WDAV-GP—EVCS
WD20EVCS-63ZLB0
2T
SATA
Westem
Digital
WDAV-GP—AVVS
WD3200AVVS-63L2B0
320G
SATA
Westem
Digital
WDAV-GP—AVVS
WD5000AVVS-63ZWB0
500G
SATA
Westem
Digital
WDAV-GP—AVVS
WD7500AVVS-63E1B1
750G
SATA
Westem
Digital
WDAV-GP—AVVS
WD7500AVVS-63E1B1
750G
SATA
Westem
Digital
WDAV-GP—EVVS
WD10EVVS-63E1B1
1T
SATA
Westem
Digital
WDAV-GP—EVDS
WD10EVDS-63N5B1
1T
SATA
Westem
WDAV-GP—EVDS
WD15EVDS-63V9B0
1.5T
SATA
Manufacturer
Digital
284
Series
Model
Capacity
Port
Mode
Westem
Digital
WDAV-GP—EVDS
WD20EVDS-63T3B0
2T
SATA
Westem
Digital
WDAV-GP—AVDS
WD5000AVDS-63U7B0
500G
SATA
Westem
Digital
WD AV-GP
WD30EURS
3T
SATA
Westem
Digital
WD AV-GP
WD25EURS
2.5T
SATA
Westem
Digital
WD AV-GP
WD20EURS
2T
SATA
Westem
Digital
WD AV-GP
WD15EURS
1.5T
SATA
Westem
Digital
WD AV-GP
WD10EURS
1T
SATA
Westem
Digital
WD AV-GP
WD10EURX
1T
SATA
Westem
Digital
WD AV-GP
WD7500AURS
750G
SATA
Westem
Digital
WD AV-GP
WD7500AVDS
500G
SATA
Westem
Digital
WD AV-GP
WD500AVDS
500G
SATA
Westem
Digital
WD AV-GP
WD10EUCX
1T
SATA
Samsung
Samsung—HA
HA500LJ/CE
500G
SATA
Samsung
Samsung—HA
HA751LJ
750G
SATA
Samsung
Samsung—HA
HA101UJ/CE
1T
SATA
Samsung
Samsung—HD
HD502HI/CEC
500G
SATA
Samsung
Samsung—HD
HD103SI/CEC
1T
SATA
Samsung
Samsung—HD
HD154UI/CE
1.5T
SATA
Hitachi
HitachiCinemaStar™
5K500
HCP725050GLA380
500G
SATA
Hitachi
HitachiCinemaStar™
7K1000.B
HCT721050SLA360
500G
SATA
Manufacturer
Digital
285
Manufacturer
Series
Model
Capacity
Port
Mode
Hitachi
HitachiCinemaStar™
7K1000.B
HCT721075SLA360
750G
SATA
Hitachi
HitachiCinemaStar™
7K1000.B
HCT721010SLA360
1T
SATA
Maxtor
DiamondMax 20
STM3320820AS
320G
SATA
Maxtor
DiamondMax 20
STM3250820AS
250G
SATA
Compatible 2.5-inch HDD List
Manufacturer
Series
Model
Capacity
Seagate
ST1000LM024
1T
SATA
Seagate
ST500LM012
500G
SATA
Seagate
ST9320325AS
320G
SATA
Westem Digital
WD10JPVX
1T
SATA
Westem Digital
WD5000LPVX
500G
SATA
Westem Digital
WD3200LPVX
320G
SATA
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10
Appendix D Compatible CD/DVD
Manufacturer
Model
Port Mode
Type
Sony
DRX-S50U
USB
DVD-RW
Sony
DRX-S70U
USB
DVD-RW
Sony
AW-G170S
SATA
DVD-RW
Samsung
TS-H653A
SATA
DVD-RW
Panasonic
SW-9588-C
SATA
DVD-RW
Sony
DRX-S50U
USB
DVD-RW
BenQ
5232WI
USB
DVD-RW
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11 Appendix E Compatible Displayer List
Brand
Model
Dimension (Unit: inch)
BENQ(LCD)
ET-0007-TA
19-inch (wide screen)
DELL(LCD)
E178FPc
17-inch
BENQ(LCD)
Q7T4
17-inch
BENQ(LCD)
Q7T3
17-inch
LENOVO(LCD)
LXB-L17C
17-inch
SANGSUNG(LCD)
225BW
22-inch (wide screen)
LENOVO(CRT)
LXB-FD17069HB
17-inch
LENOVO(CRT)
LXB-HF769A
17-inch
LENOVO(CRT)
LX-GJ556D
17-inch
Samsung (LCD)
2494HS
24-inch
Samsung (LCD)
P2350
23-inch
Samsung (LCD)
P2250
22-inch
Samsung (LCD)
P2370G
23-inch
Samsung (LCD)
2043
20-inch
Samsung (LCD)
2243EW
22-inch
LG(LCD)
W1942SP
19-inch
LG(LCD)
W2243S
22-inch
LG(LCD)
W2343T
23-inch
BENQ(LCD)
G900HD
18.5-inch
BENQ(LCD)
G2220HD
22-inch
PHILIPS(LCD)
230E
23-inch
PHILIPS(LCD)
220CW9
23-inch
PHILIPS(LCD)
220BW9
24-inch
PHILIPS(LCD)
220EW9
25-inch
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12 Appendix F Toxic or Hazardous Materials or Elements
Component
Name
Toxic or Hazardous Materials or Elements
Pb
Hg
Cd
Cr VI
PBB
PBDE
Sheet
Metal(Case)
○
○
○
○
○
○
Plastic Parts
(Panel)
○
○
○
○
○
○
Circuit Board
○
○
○
○
○
○
Fastener
○
○
○
○
○
○
Wire and
Cable/Ac
Adapter
○
○
○
○
○
○
Packing
Material
○
○
○
○
○
○
Accessories
○
○
○
○
○
○
Note
O: Indicates that the concentration of the hazardous substance in all homogeneous materials in the parts
is below the relevant threshold of the SJ/T11363-2006 standard.
X: Indicates that the concentration of the hazardous substance of at least one of all homogeneous
materials in the parts is above the relevant threshold of the SJ/T11363-2006 standard. During the
environmental-friendly use period (EFUP) period, the toxic or hazardous substance or elements
contained in products will not leak or mutate so that the use of these (substances or elements) w ill not
result in any severe environmental pollution, any bodily injury or damage to any assets. The consumer
is not authorized to process such kind of substances or elements, please return to the corresponding
local authorities to process according to your local government statutes.
Note

This manual is for reference only. Slight difference may be found in the user interface.

All the designs and software here are subject to change without prior written notice.

All trademarks and registered trademarks are the properties of their respective owners.

If there is any uncertainty or controversy, please refer to the final explanation of us.

Please visit our website or contact your local service engineer for more information.
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