Recoda 4CH MINI Mobile DVR User manual

User Manual for Mobile DVR
4CH Mobile DVR USER MANUAL
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Contents
1.
System Introduction....................................................................................................................................... 4
1.1.
Features.............................................................................................................................................. 4
1.2.
Appearance ........................................................................................................................................ 5
1.3.
Remote Control ................................................................................................................................. 6
1.4.
Front panel ......................................................................................................................................... 7
1.5.
1.4.1.
LED indicators:...................................................................................................................... 7
1.4.2.
Others .................................................................................................................................... 7
Back panel ......................................................................................................................................... 8
2.
Specifications ................................................................................................................................................ 8
3.
Technique Parameters .................................................................................................................................... 9
4.
GUI .............................................................................................................................................................. 10
5.
4.1.
Login................................................................................................................................................ 10
4.2.
System Main Interface ..................................................................................................................... 11
4.3.
Video Records Playback .................................................................................................................. 11
4.4.
System Settings ............................................................................................................................... 12
4.4.1.
Basic Settings ...................................................................................................................... 13
4.4.2.
Recording Settings ............................................................................................................... 13
4.4.3.
Power Management ............................................................................................................. 16
4.4.4.
Alarm Settings ..................................................................................................................... 17
4.4.5.
Security Settings .................................................................................................................. 20
4.4.6.
Network Settings: ................................................................................................................ 20
4.5.
System Info ...................................................................................................................................... 24
4.6.
Management Tools........................................................................................................................... 24
4.6.1.
Log Management ................................................................................................................. 25
4.6.2.
SD Card Management.......................................................................................................... 26
4.6.3.
Default Settings ................................................................................................................... 27
4.6.4.
Config Management ............................................................................................................ 27
4.6.5.
System Upgrade ................................................................................................................... 28
Installation guideline ................................................................................................................................... 30
5.1.
SYSTEM HTTV 5.0
..................................................................................................... 30
5.1.1.
HTTV 5.0 A .................................................................................................30
5.1.2.
HTTV 5.0 B ................................................................................................................................. 31
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5.2.
6.
7.
5.2.1.
Power Cable ......................................................................................................................... 31
5.2.2.
GPS Antenna........................................................................................................................ 32
5.2.3.
AV input /output cable ......................................................................................................... 32
5.2.4.
Alarm input and output cable .............................................................................................. 33
Device Upgrade Guideline .......................................................................................................................... 34
6.1.
HTTV5.0X-RFS-
(Document system)upgrade .............................................................. 34
6.2.
HTTV5.0X-APP-
(Application program)upgrade ......................................................... 35
6.3.
MCU upgrade .................................................................................................................................. 35
3G User Guideline ....................................................................................................................................... 36
7.1.
Working System Representation...................................................................................................... 36
7.2.
Parameter Settings ........................................................................................................................... 36
7.3.
8.
Cables .............................................................................................................................................. 31
7.2.1.
Network Setting ................................................................................................................... 36
7.2.2.
Wireless setting .................................................................................................................... 38
7.2.3.
Statues check out ................................................................................................................. 38
PC software setting .......................................................................................................................... 38
F.A.Q ........................................................................................................................................................... 39
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1. System Introduction
1.1. Features
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H.264 main profile Video compression format; Support 1 to 4 channels video input.
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Adopt 10bit video decoder processor to ensure picture quality, and each video channel is attached with an
independent video decoder to avoid disturbing from each other.
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Industrial grade design: all electronic components conform to industrial standard through the entire design,
including the special connectors dedicated for mobile DVR.
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Built-in GPS, G sensor (optional).
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Built-in wireless module like 3G (EVDO, HSPA, HSDPA), GPRS, WiFi (optional).
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Support IP call function (optional).
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G.726 audio compression, 4CH audio input, 1CH audio output.
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With the special UPS technology, the DVR will work for another 10 to 15 sec after power failure, which
makes the device shut down normally and keep the file safe
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Real time recording: 100f/s (PAL); 120f/s (NTSC). Recording resolution: CIF/ 2CIF/ D1 optional,
maximum support 2CH of D1 + 2CH of CIF.
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6CH alarm input (Level input), 1CH alarm output (Relay output)
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RS232 interface for remote control; RJ45 10M/100M Ethernet port.
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Video recording mode: Auto, alarm, timed and manual recording.
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The video file format is ASF. The file can be played by general media player VLC or our customized
software which support 1 channel or 4 channels synchronous playback
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Storage: Maximum 1pcs 2.5” hard disk with removable hdd housing plus 1pcs 32 GB SD card. Support
HDD heater funtion, and SD card connector import from Japan
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Quick start-mode: the device will turn to working in 25 sec after power on. Other start- or close- mode
including ACC on, timed turn on/off, manual boot/shutdown the device.
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Voltage supply range is from 8V to 36V, the DVR is compatible with the most of vehicles. Power output is
12V/1.5A.
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Energy- efficient design, the power consumption is less than 5W with normal operating state.
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With anti-vibration and anti-high temperature protection, the quality of video files is always guaranteed
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Operating temperature: -25℃ to +70℃
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All materials and PCB production conform to RoHs standard.
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Elegant and industrial design: Mini size, for easy installation, more concealing.
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Dimensions: 160(W) x200(H) x62(D) mm
Weight: 2200g
1.2. Appearance
Front view:
Back view:
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1.3. Remote Control
KEY
Function
To activate the device
【LOGIN】
To enter system settings.
【0-9】
【0-9】: Under the configuration mode, 0~9 stand for numbers; under
the playback mode, 1, 2, 3 and 4 are for switching between related
single channel, and the number 5 is for 4 channels synchronous
playback
【-】【+】
For data setting
【DEL】
Backspace
【EXIT】
Return to the previous interface
【ENTER】
Enter button
▲,
up, down, left, right
,
,
left and right buttons are use for decreasing or increasing volume
【GOTO】
Select time period for playing video
【INFO】
To display system info under monitoring mode
With the backward playing button, the video files can be played with
2/4/8/16 times speed.
Press ‘play’ button to get a normal speed play.
Play button
With the forward playing button, the video files can be played with
2/4/8/16 times speed forwardly.
Press ‘play’ button to get a normal
speed play.
Record button
Stop button is to stop the normal playing and return back to the playlist
interface
Pause button. Pause the normal playing.
【F1】
For HTTV 5.0 B only. Under monitoring mode,it is user to display the info
of G-sensor, GPS, wireless module, SIM card, dial-up and so on.
【F2】
Single channel monitor, display terrace situation
【F3】
Reserve
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1.4. Front panel
1.4.1. LED indicators:
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【PWR】Power LED:LED light means system has powered on
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【ALM】Alarm LED
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【REC】Record LED: LED Light means device is recording
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【HD】HDD, light on means load successfully. Lights off means load failure. Flicker means video
recording.
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【GPS】GPS signal
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【ERR】Error prompt
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【V-Loss】Video Loss
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【HTR】Heater
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【SD】SD card. Light on means load successfully. Lights off means load failure. Flicker means video
recording.
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【NET】Network
1.4.2. Others
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【IR】Infrared receiving terminal
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【LOCK】HDD Lock, device cannot to start without lock
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【MIC】MIC input
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【EAR】EAT output
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1.5. Back panel
● 【PWR】Power connector
●
[2]
●
【EXTEND I/O】Extend I/O connector
【GPS】GPS antenna connector
● 【RJ45】Network connector
●
【AV IN】AV inpurt connector
● 【AV OUT】AV output connector
●
[2]
●
[2]
【WIFI】WIFI antenna connector
【3G】3G antenna connector
[2]::GPS 、WIFI and 3G antenna use for device M705B
2. Specifications
Function
Item
Description
Channel
1-4 channels
Resolution
Recording
System
Support CIF、HD1、D1 resolution, compatible with 2CH of D1 & 2CH of CIF. fps:
1 to 25f/s/ch adjustable (PAL) or 30f/s/ch (NTSC) .
Video Quality
1-5 levels, 1 is the highest level and 5 is the lowest level.
OSD
Overlays information such as date time and vehicle ID, vehicle number
SD card REC
Recording Mode
Support two SD card recycle recording. Automatically switch to the other one
when the first SD card was full, and the data will be automatically overwritten .
The default setting is auto recording after power on. Timed recording and alarm
recording are supported.
Preview
Support 1 channel and 4 channels preview.
Disk Data
Support SD cards overwritten function.
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overwritten
Playback
System
GUI
Video Search
Playback
Graphical User
Interface
Search video files anytime per day, type(n/a) and target SD card.
Support 1 to 4 channels playback.
Support forward and backword play at the speed of: x 2,x4,x8,x16.
Setup system parameters with the remote control.
Support up to 6 channels alarm input.
Alarm
Input
Record duration after alarm can be set in system
Output
GPS
Support up to 1 channels alarm output, level signal.
GPS module can be built-out device HTTV 5.0 B, the GPS info will be recorded
synchronous;HTTV 5.0 A Support external GPS module
RJ45 Ethernet port. Selectable with innor 3G wireless transfer, WCDMA,
Optional
Function
Pre-record 10 seconds ahead of the alarm.
Network
EVDO, HSPA,TD-CDMA.ETC. (GPRS, EDGE, WiFi for customized),
。
HTTV 5.0 B supports several wireless modules such as 3G and WIFI
G Sensor
Built in G-sensor is available with HTTV 5.0 A and HTTV 5.0 B
System auto power on/off:
Power Settings
Others
1,Vehicle acc on/off---system auto power on after acc on, system power off
according to the delay time (up to 240min, default 5min) after acc off.
2,Preset time---Only according to time preset table.
Power-off
With the power-off protection, all data can be saved safely and the recording can
protection
be closed normally after power failure.
3. Technique Parameters
System
Processor/System
Hisilicon Hi3512
H.264 main profile
Linux(2.6)
Security
Two level password protections for administrators and users
OSD
Character-overlap on record video with date, vehicle ID
Video/Audio& Alarm
Video Input/Output
Input: 4 CVBS, 1.0Vp-p, 75Ω; Output: 1 CVBS, 1.0Vp-p, 75Ω
Video Stream Standard
Standard ISO14496-10
Revi Function
1 channel or 4 channel revi mode
Audio Input/Output
Input: 4 channel
Audio Recording
Synchronized with video
Output: 1 channel
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Audio Compression
G.726 5KB/s
Alarm Input/Output
6 channels input;1 channel output
Video Recording
Recording Resolution
D1/HD1/CIF, MAX:2 channels of D1 and 2 channels of CIF
Record Quality
1-5 levels, 1 is the highest level and 5 is the lowest level.
Record Mode
Default: Auto Record. Other modes: Timed and Alarm Record (Optional)
Record Storage
Maximum support one 32GB SD card and one 2.5 inch hard disk.
Record Search
Record Playback
Search Video Record according to record time, record mode and record storage
device etc.
Max support 4 channels playback synchronous.
Others
Communication Interface
RS232 interface for remote control; RJ45 10M/100M Ethernet port.
Wireless Transfer
Built-in 3G (WEVDO,CDMA200,TD-SCDMA) or optional GPRS,WIFI and EDGE
Module
GPS and G-Sensor built-in
Temperature/Humidity
Normal Temperature: 0℃ ~ +50℃ Heater: -25℃ ~ +50℃ Humidity: 20% to 80%
4. GUI
4.1. Login
LOGIN
DEV ICE NO :00000
USER NAME :user / admin
PASSWORD : ******
LOGIN
CANCEL
Factory Default Username: admin
Factory Default Admin Password: 888888
Factory Default User Password: 111111
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Attention: If the administer closed security setting, you will directly go to the main menu without login.
4.2. System Main Interface
The main interface will be displayed on the screen when you login successfully, it contains
4.3. Video Records Playback
Select ‘Playback’ icon with left/right/up or down key and press ‘enter’ key to get below interface
REC SEARCH
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
REC TYPE:ALL/ALARM
DISK SELECT:SD/HDD
DATE:2009/05/27
START TIME:00:00
END TIME:23:59
SEARCH
Note:
System will highlight the valid recording info in yellow color
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"REC TYPE": press the【Enter】 button to select All or Alarm. The default setting is All.
“DISK SELECT ": press the【Enter】 button to select the SD card: The default setting is SD1.
"DATE": Default is current day. Press digit keys to reset
"START TIME": Press digit keys to setup the start time, default setting is 00:00.
"END TIME": Press digit keys to setup the end time, default setting is 23:59.
"SEARCH": Take curser move to "SEARCH" and press the【Enter】 key to see the result.
SEARCH RESULT
DATE: 2009/05/27
TYPE
RES
START
END
CH
SIZE
Normal
Alarm
Normal
Alarm
D1
D1
CIF
CIF
15:30
15:30
15:30
15:30
16:00
16:00
16:00
16:00
1
2
3
4
154M
53M
100M
98M
UP
DOWN
FIRST
LAST
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Press direction keys to view recording information, press 【Enter】 to play , press【ESC】 to return back;
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Press direction keys to select "FIRST", "UP", "NEXT", "LAST", and press 【ENTER】 to enter the
corresponding page.
4.4. System Settings
SYSTEM SETUP
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4.4.1. Basic Settings
BASIC SETUP
Three type:Y/M/D, D/M/Y, M/D/Y
DATE TYPE:Y/M/D
TIMEZONE:GMT +08(00~+12 / -01~-12 )
DATE:2009/05/27 09:01:30
IDLE TIME: 30(s)(Default 30 senconds)
DEVICE NO :11111 (Default 30 senconds)
COMPANY NAME:Company Name
VEHICLE NO:00000
DRIVER NAME:Driver Name
BUS LINE NO:Line number
SAVE
“DATE TYPE”: year/month/day, day/month/year or month/day/year. Press 【ENTER】 to select.
“TIMEZONE”: Default GM+08, can selectable with 【-】【+】or 【ENTER】
"DATE": Alterable with number button.
"TIME": The same setup as “DATE”.
"OPR TIMEOUT": All system Interface closed time, default time is 30s, range 30s—3600s. Press digit keys to
setup the operating closing time.
"DEV NUM": It refers to the device ID. Press digit keys to setup the ID. While the client uses only one remote
control for multi device, please setting with different device number and password. Device number should
be 5 number, rename please push ’DEL’ to clear up the record, end enter the new device number.
"COMPANY NAME", "VEHICLE NO", "DRIVER NAME",”LINE NUM”: Press 【Enter】 key to get the
keyboard window displayed, and use left/right/up/down/enter key to setup.
Select “SAVE” and press 【ENTER】to save the settings.
4.4.2. Recording Settings
Recording data setting
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RECORD SETUP
SYSTEM:PAL/NTSC
RECORD MODE:AUTO/TIMED/
ALARM/MANUAL
RESOLUTION:D1/HD1/CIF
AUDIO :ON/OFF
TIME SLICE:15/30/45/60 (M)
BITRATE:D1(2048 /2000 /1600 /1400
/1200 /1000 / 800 /600)HD1(1500 /1300 /1100
/900 /800 /700 /600 /500)CIF(1200 /1000 /800
/700/ 600/ 500/ 400 /300)
OVER WRITTEN:ON/OFF
SD FUNCTION:NO REC/MIRR REC/
LOST REC
CHANNEL
CH1(
CH1(1~4)
1~4)
QUALITY
1(1~5)
1~5)
TIME LIST
ALARM DELAY:30(30~1800S)
FRAME RATE
25/30
SUB-STREAM
RECORD
ON/OFF
SAVE
"SYSTEM ":
Press 【ENTER】 key to select PAL or NTSC
"RECORD MODE":
AUTO / Timed / Manual, default AC record, press 【ENTER】 to select.
"RESOLUTIONS":
Press the【ENTER】to select D1, HD1 or CIF, default D1. Please note 4 channels will
be set Synchronously, e.g. if you set “CIF”, the CIF resolution will apply to all channels; However if you set
the resolution as D1, this setting will apply to ch1 and ch2+ CIF will apply to ch3 and ch4. The resolution
doesn’t relate with the below “Channel” “Quality” “Frame Rate””Record” directly. Default 1600KBPS,
alterable with【ENTER】or【-】【+】.
"AUDIO ":
Audio recording On / Off switch, press the【ENTER】to select.
"AUDIO INPUT":
LINE IN / MIC, press the【ENTER】to select.
"TIME SLICE":
There are 4 types of time period for continued recording, they are 15/30/45 and 60
minutes. Press the【ENTER】key to modify this setting.
"CHANNEL", "QUALITY", "FRAME RATE", "RECORD":
Those four keys are for the configuration of
every single channel, press the【ENTER】key to set up.
"OVERWRITTEN":
Overwritten on/off switch. Press the【ENTER】 key to select.
"ALARM DELAY ": Set alarm delay between 30 seconds ~ 1800 seconds, press digit keys to setup
"GOP": I-frame interval. Press digit keys to set
“BITRATE”:
Press digit keys to select. Default 1600kbps, alterable with 【ENTER】or 【-】【+】
"TIME LIST": 2 time periods can be set for a day; the DVR will automatically make video records according to
the setting. This function is available only with the timed recording mode. Press the【ENTER】key to enter
below setting interface.
SD card: cannot recording/ mirror recording/ recording loss, please press 【ENTER】
1) Cannot recording: The device can only recording against HDD, if the HDD is full, the SD card cannot save
the video record.
2) Mirror recording: main stream recording on HDD, sub-stream recording on SD card at the same time
(There are three situations that may lead video record failure:
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1. While HDD do not record, the SD card cannot have video record
2. SD card is not available
3. HDD is not available, SD card cannot record)
3) data loss: HDD error or HDD not available, SD card main stream record.
Attention: HDD priority while both HDD and SD card is available.
Four channel, image quality from level 1 to level 5, the highest is level 1, the lowest is level 5, Frame rate PAL:
1-25 frame, NTSC: 1-30 frame., the frame rate can be choose to open or closed while recording.
RECORD TIME LIST
DATE
EVERYDAY
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
SATURDAY
SUNDAY
TIME 1
TIME 2
00:00-00:00
00:00-00:00
00:00-00:00
00:00-00:00
00:00-00:00
00:00-00:00
00:00-00:00
00:00-00:00
00:00-00:00
00:00-00:00
00:00-00:00
00:00-00:00
00:00-00:00
00:00-00:00
00:00-00:00
00:00-00:00
SAVE
Note: System will auto start recording within the period in “Timed” setup.
Sub-streaming set:
Cursor move to “Sub-streaming” and press【ENTER】key enter to the following interface,
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SUB-STREAM SETUP
RESOLUTION:
RESOLUTION:CIF/QCIF
QUALITY:
QUALITY:Medium/High/Low
SITS RATE: 24/32/48/56/64/80/96/112/128/160/176/200/280
FRAME RATE: 01/01/01/02/02/03/04/05/07/10/13/15/20
SAVE
"Resolution": CIF/ QCIF selectable.
Image quality: Medium/ High/ Low
"Bit Rate": 24/32/48/56/64/80/96/112/128/160/176/200/280 bits. Press 【ENTER】 key to enter
Default is 96 bit, press 【ENTER】 key to enter
"Frame Rate": 01/01/01/02/02/03/04/05/07/10/13/15/20 frame
Default is 10f, press【ENTER】 key to enter.
Click ’SAVE’ to save the configuration.
4.4.3. Power Management
POWER SETUP
POWER MODE:
DELAY POWER OFF:
DELAY TIME:
POWER ON TIME:
POWER OFF TIME:
TIME /ACC
ON/OFF
5(MIN)
HH:MM:SS
HH:MM:SS
SAVE
"Power mode": start up and shut down mode by pressing 【ENTER】 key to select.
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TIME: DVR will auto power on/off according to the preset time table.

ACC: System will auto power on/off according to vehicle acc switch on/off signal.
"DELAY POWER OFF": When this function is on, the DVR will continue making record for a while as per the
configuration. When this function is off, the DVR will shut down when ACC is off. Press ‘enter’ key to select.
“TIME”: off---Shut down system at once.
Press 【ENTER】key to select.
"DELAY TIME": Press digit keys to select. The range is between 3 and 240mins. Use key 【Del】to cancel,
number button to enter in.
"POWER ON TIME":
Press digit keys to select.
"POWER OFF TIME": Press digit keys to select.
4.4.4. Alarm Settings
ALARM SETUP
INPUT
ENABLE
PWL
RECORD
FUNCTION
I /01
ON
HIGH
ON
LEFT/RIGHT
I /02
ON
HIGH
OFF
MIDDLE
I /03
ON
LOW
ON
BRAKE
I /04
OFF
LOW
OFF
FRONT
I /05
OFF
HIGH
ON
POSTERN
I /06
OFF
LOW
OFF
PWL
BACKING
ENABLE
OFF
HIGH
OUTPUT
RELAY OUTPUT
SAVE
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SPEED
G-SENSOR
MOVE DETECT
Alarm input
Support 6ch alarm input.
"ENABLE": switch on/off.
ON---Enable alarm input;
OFF---Disable alarm input. Press the 【ENTER】 key to select on or off to enable or disable
alarm input.
"Level Setting ": Setup input alarm level signal. HIGH---high electrical level input signal will enable alarm.
Press ‘enter’ to set the level. High or low level can be set with input signal; open or close can be set with output
signal.
"RECORD": ON---Enable alarm recording; OFF---Disable alarm recording. Press the【ENTER】to select on or
off to enable or disable recording.
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Alarm output
Support 1ch alarm outputs.
“ENABLE”: On/Off switch.
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ON---Enable alarm output;
OFF---Disable alarm output. Press the 【ENTER】 key to select.
PWL: power level output for alarm. High stands for high power level output and low refers to low power level
output. Select and press “SAVE” to save all setup.
● MOVE SET (Motion Detection)
MOTION DETECTION
CHANNEL
LEVEL
CHI/CH2/CH3/CH4 HIGH/MID/LOW
ENABLE
AREA
OFF/ON
SETUP
SAVE
Channel Number:CH1/CH2/CH3/CH4,press【ENTER】key input
Level: HIGH/MID/LOW. Press【ENTER】input
ENABLE: ON/OFF. Press【ENTER】input
ENABLE ON: start alarm record and records alarm journal when alarm
ENABLE OFF: Don’t start alarm record and don’t records alarm journal when alarm
AREA SET: Press【ENTER】key to setup
Remark: After complete setup, please press “SAVE” to save all settings
● OVER SPEED
Move cursor to “over speed” and press【ENTER】key to enter to over speed alarm interface as below:
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GPS OVER SPEED
THRESHOLD:60(0~999)(km/h)
ENABLE:
ENABLE:ON/OFF
SAVE
THRESHOLD:0~60km/h, input range 0-999. Key 【Del】to cancel.
ENABLE: Press【ENTER】key to set-up
ENABLE ON: To start alarm record and records alarm journal when GPS speed overran threshold
ENABLE OFF: Never to start alarm record and records alarm journal when GPS speed overran threshold
Remark: After complete setup, please press “SAVE” to save all settings
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G SENSOR
GSENSOR setup, Press the 【ENTER】 key to enter below setting interface for G-sensor configuration:
G-SENSOR
ALARM SWITCH: ON/OFF
THRESHOLD VALUES
X: 2.00 g
Y: 2.00 g
Z: 2.00 g
STATUS: X= -0.00
Y= -0.00
ADJUST
Z= -0.00
SAVE
“LIMIT”: Limit value for X/Y/Z, Minimum value is 0.00g and Maximum value is 9.99g, press digit keys to
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setup.
“ALARM”: G-Sensor alarm OPEN/CLOSE setup, press 【ENTER】to set it.

Alarm Open: Open alarm recording and alarm files will be recorded when X/Y/Z value over than “Limit
value” under record statues

Alarm Close: Close alarm recording and alarm files will not be recorded when X/Y/Z value over than
“Limit value” under record statues
“CHECK”: Adjust X/Y/Z current values when user start up device at first time, Press the【ENTER】key to
confirm. After “CHECK”, X/Y/Z value will be “0”
Remark: Please do remember to click “SAVE” to save data after setting.
4.4.5. Security Settings
SECURITY
PASSWORD:
ON/OFF
USER PWD:
******
CONF PWD:
******
INPUT NOT SAME!
ADMIN PWD:
******
CONFIRM :
******
SAVE
NOTICE:PASSWORD IS 6 DIGITAL!
Password setting:
"PASSWORD": ON---Enable password; OFF---Disable password, press the【ENTER】 key to select.
Select and press “SAVE” to save the configuration. Administrator Password should be same as User’s.
Attention: Multi device have AC recording at the same time, please separate name the device and use different
password. The Device ID can be set in the menu of basic setting.
4.4.6. Network Settings:
Network parameters should be set on the device. The system will detect devices without any further setting if
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the configuration is correct
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NETWORK SETUP
LOCAL NETWORK
IP ADDRESS: 192. 168. 000. 192
NETMASK: 255. 255. 255. 000
GATE WAY: 192. 168. 000. 001
MAC:00.44.53.75.55.56
CENTER SETUP
TYPE: IP/DOMAIN
DOMAIN:www.123.cn
SERVER IP:192 . 168 . 001 . 000
CONTROL PORT:5678
MEDIA PORT: 5678
SAVE
3G
DDNS
WIFI
“Local Network”
LAN CONNECT: Set up IP address, net mask, gateway, MAC address etc. and please set the server IP in same
with net mask’s, Please make a reference on the above picture
WAN CONNECT: No need set up network on PC
“CENTER SET”
LAN CONNECT: Server IP must keep same with device’s and the port number is “5678”
WAN CONNECT:
“SERVER IP”: Set up WAN IP
“PORT NUMBER”: If user get online via router, make a port mapping is necessary, the port number is “5678”
“DOMAIN”:If user use dynamics IP, user can apply a DDNS account and then to set up DOMAIN ( for
example: www.123.cn)

3G wireless settings
Press 【ENTER】 key to enter the following interface:
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3G SETUP
3G FN:ON / OFF
TYPE:WCDMA / EVDO / TD
TRIGGER NO.1:
LINK MODE: NORMAL
TRIGGER NO.2:
/TRIGGER
CALL NO.1:
VOICE FN: OFF/ON
CALL NO.2:
CENTER NO: *99#
APN: ctnet
USER NAME: card
PASSWORD: ****
SAVE
“WIRLESS”: ON—enable wireless; OFF—Disable wireless, press the【ENTER】 key to select.
“TYPE”: WCDMA—WCDMA module; EVDO—EVDO module, TD-TD module press the【ENTER】 key to
select.
“APN”: APN CMWAP, Press the【Enter】 key to enable the keyboard window, then use left/right/up/down/
enter key to setup.
“CENTER NUM”: Center number, Press the【Enter】 key to pop out keyboard window, then use
left/right/up/down/ enter key to setup.
“USER NAME”: Press the【Enter】 key to pop up keyboard window, then use left/right/up/down/ enter key to
setup.
“PASSWORD”: Press the【Enter】 key to pop up keyboard window, then use left/right/up/down/ enter key to
setup.
Click
“SAVE” to save all setup.
Link mode: touch off mode., call the device – dial up to get on line, send the SMS – off line. Trigger number
create with digit.
Phonetic function: select on/ off with button 【Enter】. Call No. creates with digit.
● DDNS
"DDNS": Cursor to the " DDNS ", Press the【ENTER】key to enter below interface.
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DDNS SETUP
DDNS: ON / OFF
TYPE: DYNDNS / 3322
USER NAME:
PASSWORD:
DOMIAN:
SAVE
DDNS: Close / Open, with 【Enter】 key to select.
“TYPE”:DYNDNS/3322,with 【Enter】 key to select.
"User Name", "Password": user name and password for setting DDNS, press 【Enter】 key to enter, then enter
to the keyboard interface, move the cursor and input corresponding letter through press 【Enter】 key.
“DOMAIN”: With press 【Enter】 key to input matched domain and enter to key interface, choose the correct
letters by moving cursor and then press 【Enter】 to input them
Click the “SAVE” after complete setup

WIFI SET
Move cursor to “WIFI” and then press【ENTER】to enter to the following interface
WIFI SETUP
WIFI: ON / OFF
ENCRYPT: ON / OFF
TYPE: WEP
IP: 192.168.000.192
GATEWAY: 192.168.000.001
SUBMASK: 255.255.255.000
SSID: WIFI
PASSWORD:
SAVE
WIFI:Choose ON or OFF with【Enter】key
ENCRYP: Choose ON or OFF with【Enter】key
ENCRYTP TYPE:Default WEP. Choose the type NONE/SHARED/WPAPSK/WPA2PSK/WPANON with
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【Enter】key
IP Address:
Gateway:
SUBMASK:
SSID:
PASSWORD:
Remark: After complete setup, please press “SAVE” to save all settings and all above settings must match with
router.
4.5. System Info
SYSTEM INFO
FIRMWARE VER:V000001
HARDWARE VER:V0001
MCU VER:V0001
CAPACITY
NO.
SD
HDD
TOTAL
32000KB
0KB
REMAINING
2000KB
0KB
"FIRMWARE VER": Software version number.
"HARDWARE VER": Hardware version number.
"MCU VER": Single-chip version number.
"SD NUM": Name of SD card.
“Number”:Display SD and HDD。
“Total CAPACITY”:Display SD Card and Hard disk’s capacity
“LEFT CAPACITY”:Display SD Card and Hard disk’s left capacity
4.6. Management Tools
Management tools include log manager, disk manager, system default settings and system upgrade
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SYSTEM INFO
FIRMWARE VER:V000001
HARDWARE VER:V0001
MCU VER:V0001
CAPACITY
NO.
SD
HDD
TOTAL
32000KB
0KB
REMAINING
2000KB
0KB
4.6.1. Log Management
LOG MANAGE
START TIME:2009-05-27 00:00:00
END TIME:2009-05-27 23:59:59
DATE
TIME
SEARCH
EVENT
NAME
09/05/27
15:30:25
alarm in
1
09/05/27
16:10:37
alarm in
2
09/05/27
17:00:35
power on
09/05/27
17:30:56
alarm in
FIRST
UP
DOWN
4
LAST
Log manager will record the alarm info including date, time and name
“START TIME”: press digit keys to set up the start time for an inquiry of a log
"END TIME":
Until what time to search the logo, press digit keys to setup.
"SEARCH": press the enter key to search all log info in this time period. Press the direction keys to select
"FIRST", "UP", "NEXT", "LAST ", and press the【ENTER】 key go to corresponding page.
Select the page with direction button, key 【ENTER】to confirm.
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4.6.2. SD Card Management
DISK MANAGE
SD FORMAT
FORMAT SELECT
SD/HDD
The data will lost against ‘FORMAT’,
otherwise,please press ‘CANCEL’。
FORMAT
CANCEL
Disk management is used to format the SD cards.
"SD SELECT": to select SD1 or HDD by pressing the ‘enter’ key.
"CANCEL": Cancel disk management operations, and return back to the management tool interface.
"FORMAT": Select the format button, and press the enter key to enable below window for formatting SD cards:
Message
Format SD card ?
Yes
No
"Yes": press the【ENTER】key to start formatting.
"No": Cancel formatting and return back to the disk management interface.
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Message
Format HDD ?
Yes
No
"Yes": press the【ENTER】key to start formatting.
"No": Cancel formatting and return back to the disk management interface.
4.6.3. Default Settings
Message
Default all settings?
Yes
No
RESTORE TO FACTORY DEFAULTS
"Yes": Press the【ENTER】key to recover all parameters to the original default settings.
"No": Cancel this operation and return back to the management tool interface.
4.6.4. Config Management
Import and export config file
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CONFIG MANAGE

IMPORT CONFIG FILE:
SD/HDD
IMPORT CFG

EXPORT CURRENT CONFIG FILE:
SD/HDD
EXPORT CFG
Import Configuration: Import the “DVR.CFG” file into device from the SD card or HDD
Export Configuration: Export the “DVR.CFG” file from device to the SD card or HDD
4.6.5.
System Upgrade
SYSTEM UPGRADE
CURRENT VER:
T072101/T072701/V000001/V000001
UPGRADE TYPE: Uboot / Kernel / Rootfs / App
UPGRADE FROM: SD /HDD
UPGRADE
System current version: Select matched version according to upgrade type
Upgrade type: Press【Enter】to choose the type, such as Application program, bootstrap program, kernel
program
Upgrade from: SD card or Hard disk
Remark: Upgrade type should be match with select way
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4.6.6. OSD Setup
OSD SETUP
REAL TIME DISPLAY
TIME: YES \NO
RECORD OVERLAY DISPLAY
RECORD TIME:
VEHICLE NO:
GPS:
YES\
YES\NO
YES\
YES\NO
YES\
YES\NO
SAVE
Record time overlay: Yes/ No, select with button 【ENTER】.
Preview time overlay: Yes/ No, select with button 【ENTER】.
Vehicle Number overlay: Yes/ No, select with button 【ENTER】.
GPS overlay on the record: Yes/ No, select with button 【ENTER】.
PTZ MANAGE
CHANNEL:
CHANNEL:CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
ADDRESS:
ADDRESS:1(0~255) 1(0~255) 1(0~255) 1(0~255)
BAUDRATE:
BAUDRATE:4 CHANNEL(
CHANNEL(600/1200/2400/4800/9600/
19200/38400/57600/115200)
19200/38400/57600/115200)
PROTOCOL:
PROTOCOL:4 CHANNEL ( Pelco_D/Pelco_P )
SAVE
4.6.7. PTZ Manage
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SERIAL MANAGE
CHOICES
SERIAL 1 PTZ / LED SCREEN
SERIAL 2 PTZ / LED SCREEN
SAVE
5. Installation guideline
5.1. HTTV 5.0 A and HTTV 5.0 B Pictures
5.1.1. HTTV 5.0 A
AV IN Connector
Extent connector
HTTV5.0 A device picture
Power connector
AV OUT Connector
(Without removable hard
disk housing)
Signal
transport
board
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5.1.2. HTTV 5.0 B
GPS connector
3G Antenna connector
WIFI Antenna connector
HTTV 5.0 A device
picture
(without
3G Module
removable hard disk
SIM card slot
SD card slot
5.2. Cables
5.2.1. Power Cable
It is power cable picture. The red and black cable should be connect to the power level in vehicle. Pay attention
to the color. The red one connect to anode and the black one connect to the cathode, the yellow cable connect
to ignition cable when switch mode set up in ignition mode
The device will power on when vehicle switch on by key automatically, When vehicle switch off by key the
device will be power off as well.
Remark:
1)Please make sure the power level voltage between 12V—24V
2)Please make sure insulate all cables after complete connect cables
3)Yellow cable must be connected with ignition cable
4)MDVR Can not make ground strap connection, it must get the anode and cathode from power level. The
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diameter of anode and cathode cables must over thanΦ1.5
Cable color
Name
Black
BAT-
It is ground cable
Red
BAT+
It is power cable
Yellow
ACC
It is ACC cable
Explanation
5.2.2. GPS Antenna
5.2.3. AV input /output cable
It is picture for AV input/output cable
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Connector
Name
Video input
VIN1~VIN4
4 video input with BNC connector
AV output
VOUT
1 video output with BNC connector
Audio input
AIN1~AIN4
4 audio input with BNC connector
Power output
DC
Explanation
12 V power output with DC connector
5.2.4. Alarm input and output cable
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6. Device Upgrade Guideline
6.1.
HTTV5.0X-RFS-*******.crc(Document system)upgrade
1. Copy the files to SD card or at Hard disk and please be sure that make the file copied completely
2. Insert SD card or Hard disk when device in disconnect electricity statues
3. Enter to the system, choose management and then select upgrade types, upgrade via SD card or Hard disk ,
and start upgrade after choose
4. The LCD will show that “System is upgrading, please do not make the device power off”
5. When device upgrade complete, it will re-start and go back to monitoring statues
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6.2.
HTTV5.0X-APP-*******.crc
(Application program)upgrade
Upgrade same as 6.1
6.3. MCU upgrade
1. Make the upgraded file to be copied to SD card or at hard disk, then change the file name as Boot_flash.bin.
please be sure that make the file copied completely
2. Insert SD card or Hard disk when device in disconnect electricity statues
3. It will upgrade automatically after device power on.
4. Check out the updated version through press “INFO” key on remote control, or via “System Info” in device
menu to check it.
Remark:
① Please make sure never do any operation during upgrading
② Make sure all the all the upgraded files are in SD card or hard disk. Power must be off before upgrade
③ If user have to upgrade device again, please be noted that the same version cannot be upgraded to it
④ The correct upgrade sequence is file system upgrade, application program upgrade and the last one is MCU
upgrade
⑤ When device re-start during upgrading, it means upgrade has finished automatically.
6.4. Edition number
Press key 【INFO】 on the remote control,
enter in the menu ‘System info’ to check the edition.
6.5. Restore to factory default
Enter in management menu, restore to factory default, the device will restart to the monitor state.
Attention::
①While the device upgrade, please make sure not to have any other operation;
②Make sure the upgrade file is saved in SD card or HDD, also the device should be power off before upgrade;
③The upgrade sequence is: File system, Application system, SCM;
④The device will restart against upgrade finished.
⑤Device had restored to factory default.
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7. 3G User Guideline
7.1. Working System Representation
External Module
G Sensor,GPS
WCDMA
3G/EVDO
HSPA
Wireless network
Remote Control
Remote monitor center
7.2. Parameter Settings
7.2.1. Network Setting
NETWORK SETUP
LOCAL NETWORK
IP ADDRESS: 192. 168. 000. 192
NETMASK: 255. 255. 255. 000
GATE WAY: 192. 168. 000. 001
MAC:00.44.53.75.55.56
CENTER SETUP
TYPE: IP/DOMAIN
DOMAIN:www.123.cn
SERVER IP:192 . 168 . 001 . 000
CONTROL PORT:5678
MEDIA PORT: 5678
SAVE
3G
DDNS
Picture 1
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1) Server IP must be globe IP
2) Default Port is 5678.
3) If the computer which running Fclient in local area network, Port map must be setting in router
(Please make a reference in picture 2)
4) There are two types IP setting: Domain and IP.
5) If customer set it as Domain, the user router must support DDNS. (Please make a reference in picture
3)
Picture 2
Picture 3
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7.2.2. Wireless setting
There are 3 types: WCDMA, EVDO and TD.
When user set it, please make sure the type you select must be match with the type of 3G modules (Please
make a reference in picture 3)
3G SETUP
3G FN:ON / OFF
TYPE:WCDMA / EVDO / TD
TRIGGER NO.1:
LINK MODE: NORMAL
TRIGGER NO.2:
/TRIGGER
CALL NO.1:
VOICE FN: OFF/ON
CALL NO.2:
CENTER NO: *99#
APN: ctnet
USER NAME: card
PASSWORD: ****
SAVE
Picture 4
7.2.3. Statues check out
7) Press F1 key on remote control under preview interface to check out current statues. It will show the
information about 3G modules. Such as whether 3G or SIM card exists or not. Signal and dial-up statues
(Please make a reference in picture 4)
7.3. PC software setting
Make Fclient software running first. When device dial-up successfully, it will connect
automatically with server which set by user. Green color means connecting (Please have a
reference in picture 5)
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Remote ID
Picture 5
8.
F.A.Q
Problem 1: The power indicator not bright after power on.
The following reasons will cause the power indicator not works:
1) Electric voltage isn’t within the range of 8-36 V;
2) The fuse in power cable was burned;
3) ACC setting failure or ignition connects in a wrong way
Problem 2: ERR indicator keep on light.
The following errors will cause the ERR indicator keep on light.
1) Two SD cards didn't be inserted.
2) The system partition under abnormal statues, even the SD card be inserted, it also can cause the
equipments can not be identified;
3) MCU not works;
4) SD card cannot read and write in normal;
Problem 3: Channel indicator not works
The following reasons will cause the Channel indicator not works:
1) No video signal input;
2) Cameras break down;
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3) Indicator is damaged;
4) The system cannot be operated in normal.
Problem 4: SD card indicator not works or keep flicker
The SD card indicator has 3 medium statuses: OFF, ON and Flicker; respectively meaning as
follows:
OFF: This SD card didn't be inserted or can not be identified by the equipments;
ON: This SD card existence, but it isn't the one that is recording image at present;
Flicker: This SD card exists and it is the one that is recording image at present;
Possible reason is as follows:
1) User doesn’t setup record in system;
2) Two SD cards all have already recorded full, but overwritten function was “off” in system
3) Although Overwritten function was “on” in system, all the files in two SD card are alarm record
ones. These files cannot be deleted automatically so SD card can not memory new record files
Problem 5: HDD indicator not works or keep flicker
The HDD indicator has 3 medium statuses: OFF, ON and Flicker; respectively meaning as follows:
OFF: This HDD didn't be inserted or can not be identified by the equipments;
ON: This HDD existence, but it isn't the one that is recording image at present;
Flicker: This HDD exists and it is the one that is recording image at present;
Problem 6: HDD and SD card indicator not works or keep flicker
1) No record task according to system set-up
2) SD card and HDD both record full and overwrite function be set in “OFF” statues
3) The files are alarm record file, even overwrite function be set in “ON” statues, after SD card and
HDD both record full, the device cannot start make the new record
Problem 7: Video Lost in certain channel
Possible reasons are as follows:
1) This channel has no video input.
2) The camera of this channel breaks down or work abnormality;
3) If the camera takes an electricity power from the equipments directly, may be the equipment’s
electric voltage isn't enough to make camera work as usual;
4) The cable that links this channel has problem
Problem 8: Record files have no audio
Probably of the reason is as follows:
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1) Audio function setup in “OFF” mode in system
2) Use wrong input cables
Audio input including two types. One is LINE IN and the other one is MIC IN. It will be showed on
Record setup interface in system. User must select one of them before make a record. The cable
AIN1 and AIN2 match with LINE IN mode, however cable MICIN match with MIC IN mode.
3) Audio output cable didn't connect or connect in a wrong way;
Problem 9: Device cannot make a record successfully.
The following reasons might cause this problem:
1) Recode mode setup in a wrong way
There are 3 kinds of record mode: Auto, Timed and Alarm. Before recording, user must to setup
record mode in system. If it was set in “Alarm” mode but has no alarm right now,” device will not
make a record. If it was set in “Timed” mode but the current time not within timed period, same as
above, device will not make a record as well.
2) Overwritten function was “OFF’ and the capacity of SD card less than 500M, in this situation
device will stop recording.
3) The ERR light of front panel shine. Can pass to look into a system information, If SD card space
shows in “0”please check whether SD card has been formatted before use and inserts or not.
4) Record mode be set to “OFF” in each channel. Please press “Enter” button on remote control to
switch “OFF” to “ON” mode before record, otherwise device will not make any record.
Problem 10: Alarm input invalid.
May be the following reason to cause this problem:
1) Alarm setup in a wrong way in system.
2) Alarm input cable did not connect to the device or cable not works
3) Alarm trigger signal to get an electric shock failure
Problem 11:
Alarm output invalid.
Possible reason is as follows:
1) Cable connection in a wrong way.
2) System setting in a wrong way
Problem 12: GPS signal lost
GPS has no signal, probably of the reason is as follows:
1) Didn’t connect GPS antenna;
2) The GPS antenna put indoors;
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3) The GPS module damages;
Problem 13: G-Sensor data abnormal.
The reason as below:
1) The G-Sensor damage;
2) User did not check the X/Y/Z data in system
Problem 14: Can’t playback files on PC successfully.
Possible reason is as follows:
1) Have never chosen a record file or document path; please choose the path that records file
first before playback.
Problem 15: Remote control not works:
Probably of the reason is as follows:
1) The remote control didn't pack battery;
2) The remote control damages;
3) The equipment breaks down;
Problem 16:
During playback, the map doesn't show.
Possible reason is as follows:
1) Net cable did not connect to PC
2) Net works, but the computer can not get to the Internet;
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