Clickfree iPod Transformer Computer Drive User Manual

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
EXPLANATION OF SYMBOLS
This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of important
operation and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature
accompanying the appliance.
This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of
unprotected “dangerous voltage” within the product’s enclosure that
may be strong enough to cause a risk of electric shock persons.
WARNING
To reduce a risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this product to rain or moisture.
CAUTION
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer may void the user’s authority to
operate this equipment.
CAUTION
Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced.
Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer.
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The bellow safety precautions must be followed.
WARNING
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Do not use if the unit emits smoke, strange sounds is heard, or odor is emitted.
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Make sure the power cable is not damaged.
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Make sure there is no dust accumulation on the power plug or the outlet.
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Disassembly prohibited
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Do not place any foreign objects inside the unit.
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Do not place a container holding water or other liquids above the unit when it is connected to power.
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Do not allow the unit to get wet.
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Do not use during thunder/thunder storms.
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Do not place in an unstable position.
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Do not expose to shock or vibration.
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Do not use this unit in areas where it is exposed to the possibility of explosion.
CAUTION
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Do not pull on the power cable when removing the power plug from the outlet.
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Do not touch the power plug with wet hands.
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Do not sit on.
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Make sure the cables are connected properly.
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Do not place heavy objects on connected units.
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Never move this unit while the power is turned on.
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Do not block the cooling fans or air ducts.
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Do not expose to extreme temperatures or humidity changes.
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Precautions for supplied AC Adaptor
CAUTION
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Never disassemble or modify.
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Never get the adaptor wet.
CAUTION
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Use only the supplied AC adapter.
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Do not connect to other appliances.
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Do not connect this unit with the AC adapter in areas reachable to children or where pets move
freely.
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Never touch the AC adapter with wet hands.
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If the unit emits smoke, strange sounds or smells immediately remove the AC adapter from the outlet.
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Do not use during thunder/thunder storms.
CAUTION
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Make sure the cable is connected properly.
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Preventing damage to a cable
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Main features
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H.264 Video compression
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TRIPLEX operation (recording, playback, and networking)
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Instant and convenient data backup & firmware upgrade using USB flash drive
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Simple user interface
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Individual channel setting and operation
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Motion detection
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System components and Installation
Requirements for installation and safety
This chapter is for the requirements for safe installation and use.
This kit should be installed on a flat table or in a rack.
The location in which the DVR is installed in the room is very important for proper operation of the system.
When the DVR is installed too closely together or the location is poorly ventilated, the DVR may not operate
properly and maintenance of the DVR may be difficult. Make sure that the air should be sufficiently circulated
within the system operating room and the cover of the main system must be tightly fastened to prevent
malfunction.
There are high voltage parts inside. Do not open the cover during operation.
The DVR must be installed in a place that meets the following environmental conditions.
• Operating temperature: 5°C ~ 40°C (41°F ~ 104°F)
• Operating humidity: 30% ~ 90% RH
• Input voltage: DC +12V 5A
• Power usage: About 25Watts
• Frequency: 60Hz/50Hz
Main replacement parts
‫͑ח‬Hard disk (When HDD is factory-installed.): 1 year (25°C environment)
‫͑ח‬Cooling fan: 1 year (25°C environment)
‫͑ח‬Battery: 2 years (25°C environment)
CAUTION
During the operation of this product, the fluctuation of input voltage must be within 10% of the rated voltage
and the external power outlet must be grounded, otherwise, it may cause electric shock or malfunction of the
product.
Do not connect heat-generating appliances to the same power outlet in which the product is plugged,
otherwise it may cause a fire or malfunction of the product.
The use of an Automatic Voltage Regulator (AVR) is highly recommended to ensure that stable power is
supplied.
CAUTION
HDD that is installed in DVR can be changed with a new one. However we guarantee that the new HDD must
be the same brand and model.
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Components of DVR Package
The package contains the main unit and its components as specified below. When you purchase the package,
please check to ensure the components specified below are included.
DVR Set
Remote Control
Battery1.5V (AAA x 2EA)
Adaptor and Power cable
Client Software CD
User Guide
HDD Power & SATA Cable
HDD Screws
Audio Cable (for 16ch)
Mouse (Option)
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Basic function of the MOUSE
¢ : Left button: SELECT function
£ : Right button: ESC function
¢ : Double click: Go to sub menu
Mounting the HARD DISK
1. Unfasten the cover of the unit.
2. Fix the supplied HDD mounting bracket to the hard disk using the supplied mounting bracket screws.
3. Connect the supplied SATA cable and power cable to the hard disk and fix the hard disk to the unit using
the supplied HDD fixing screws.
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SPECIFICATIONS
ITEM
Channel, Input Level
Input
Video
4CH
8CH
16CH
4CH, Composite
8CH, Composite
16CH, Composite
Signal Format
NTSC/PAL
Video Loss Check
Yes
Main Monitor Output
1 CH BNC, 1CH VGA: Selectable
Signal Format
NTSC/PAL & VGA
Output
Input & Output
4 CH Line input & 1 CH Line output
Audio Codec
G.711(ADPCM)
Audio
Sensor Input ((NC/NO Selectable)
4
4
4
Alarm
Alarm Output
1 Alarm out by Alarm, Motion, Video Loss
Compression
H.264
Multi-operation
TRIPLEX (Playback/Record/Network)
NTSC
352x240
352x240
352x240
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704x240
704x240
704x480
704x480
704x480
352x288
352x288
352x288
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704x288
704x288
704x576
704x576
704x576
Resolution
Record
PAL
Recording quality grade
NETWORK, ECONOMY, NORMAL, HIGH, FINE.
Recording Mode
Continuous / Schedule / Motion/ Sensor/ Manual
Motion Detection
Motion detection setup by Grid
Pre Recording
1 fps for 5 seconds before an event
Post Recording
10 seconds to 3 minutes after an event
Frame Rate ( /Sec)
NTSC: 30fps/ch, 60 fields / PAL: 25fps/ch, 50 fields
Display
Multi-Decoding
Playback
1, 4
1, 4, 9
Single channel
× 2, 4, 8
Multi-channels
× 2, 4
1, 4, 9, 16
Playback Speed
Search Mode
HDD
Timeline, Event, Archive, Log
Interface Type
Serial ATA I
Max. Capacity of 1 HDD
1TB
Internal HDD Number
1
1
1
Storage
File system
NaFS
USB Flash drive
Video & Still Image
Network
Video & Still Image
Backup
User I/F
Menu Display
GUI
Input Method
Front buttons, Remote control, Mouse Control
PTZ control & Keyboard DVR control
1 RS-485
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Termination
Yes
Dynamic DNS
Yes (Free DDNS)
Network Interface
10/100 base-TX Ethernet (RJ-45)
Client Software (1:1)
Live, Search, Backup, PTZF Camera Control
Web viewer (1:1)
Live, Search, Backup, PTZF Camera Control
Multi-sites Monitoring System (1:n)
Live, Search, Backup, PTZF Camera Control
DLS (Day Light Saving)
Yes
Internal Beep
By Alarm, Motion, Video Loss, HDD error
Multi-Language
Yes
S/W Upgrade
USB Flash drive
Water - mark
Yes (Exclusive viewer)
Power
Power
DC 12V 3A(for 4CH), DC 12V 5A(for 8,16CH)
Weight
Unit Weight (Gross weight)
1.6 Kgs (3.1 Kgs) / 3.5 Lbs (6.8 Lbs)
Dimension
Unit Dimension (W x H x D)
340 mm x 262 mm x 63 mm / 13.4" x 10.3" x 2.5"
Network
Network
Access
Features
Compatible HDD Models
Seagate
ST31000340SV(Surveillance)
1 TB
7200 RPM
32 MB
Seagate
ST3500830SCE
500 GB
7200 RPM
8 MB
Seagate
ST3250410AS(Barracuda)
250 GB
7200 RPM
16 MB
Seagate
ST3250310SV(Surveillance)
250 GB
7200 RPM
8 MB
Seagate
ST3160815AS(Barracuda)
160 GB
7200 RPM
8 MB
Seagate
ST3500418AS(Barracuda)
500 GB
7200 RPM
16 MB
Seagate
ST3500410AS(Barracuda)
500 GB
7200 RPM
16 MB
Seagate
ST3250318AS(Barracuda)
250 GB
7200 RPM
8 MB
Seagate
ST3100528AS(Barracuda)
1 TB
7200 RPM
32 MB
HITACHI
HDS721010KLA330
1 TB
7200 RPM
32 MB
HITACHI
HDS721050CLA362
500 GB
7200 RPM
16 MB
HITACHI
HDP725050GLA360
500 GB
7200 RPM
16 MB
HITACHI
HDS721032CLA362
320 GB
7200 RPM
16 MB
HITACHI
HDT721025SLA380
250 GB
7200 RPM
8 MB
HITACHI
HDS721025CLA382
250 GB
7200 RPM
8 MB
HITACHI
HDP725025GLA380
250 GB
7200 RPM
8 MB
HITACHI
HDT721010SLA360
1 TB
7200 RPM
16 MB
Western Digital
WD10EACS
1 TB
7200 RPM
16 MB
Western Digital
WD5000AACS
500 GB
7200 RPM
16 MB
Western Digital
WD2500AAKS
250 GB
7200 RPM
16 MB
<NOTICE> The brands and models of all HDD should be the same. If the brands and models of each HDD
are different with others, the DVR may not recognize HDD.
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INDEX
1. NAME & FUNCTION ..................................................................................................... 14
1-1. Front panel ............................................................................................................................................... 14
1-2. Remote control ........................................................................................................................................ 15
1-3. Rear panel and connection..................................................................................................................... 16
1-4. Selecting the type of monitor (TV monitor and VGA monitor)............................................................ 19
2. SETTING UP THE DVR................................................................................................. 20
2-1. Setup – Main Screen ............................................................................................................................... 20
2-2. Setup – Display Mode ............................................................................................................................. 22
2-3. Setup – Recording Mode ........................................................................................................................ 24
2-3-1. Recording Schedules .......................................................................................................................... 26
2-4. Setup – Device Mode............................................................................................................................... 26
2-4-1. ALARM-OUT.......................................................................................................................................... 28
2-4-2 PTZ Setup............................................................................................................................................... 28
2-4-3. Motion Zone Setup ............................................................................................................................... 29
2-5. Setup – Storage Mode............................................................................................................................. 30
2-6. Setup – System Mode ............................................................................................................................. 31
2-7. Setup – SECURITY Mode ........................................................................................................................ 34
2-8. Setup – Network Mode ............................................................................................................................ 36
2-8-1. Ports ...................................................................................................................................................... 37
2-8-2. Network Types ...................................................................................................................................... 38
2-8-2-1. LAN ..................................................................................................................................................... 38
2-8-2-2. DHCP .................................................................................................................................................. 39
2-8-2-3. ADSL (PPPoE) ................................................................................................................................... 39
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2-8-3. Saving Setup of Network setup .......................................................................................................... 39
2-9. Setup - CONFIG Mode ............................................................................................................................. 40
3. SAVING SETUP ............................................................................................................ 42
4. LIVE, SEARCH, AND PLAYBACK................................................................................ 42
4-1. Live Viewing Screen................................................................................................................................ 42
4-2. SEARCH Screen ...................................................................................................................................... 45
4-2-1. TIME-LINE Search ................................................................................................................................ 46
4-2-2. Event Search......................................................................................................................................... 46
4-2-3. Go To First Time ................................................................................................................................... 47
4-2-4. Go To Last Time ................................................................................................................................... 47
4-2-5. Go To Specific Time ............................................................................................................................. 47
4-2-6. Log Search............................................................................................................................................ 48
4-2-7. Archive Search ..................................................................................................................................... 48
4-3. Play mode................................................................................................................................................. 49
5. PTZ CONTROL ............................................................................................................. 50
6. BACK UP ...................................................................................................................... 52
6-1. Still Image backup onto USB flash memory ......................................................................................... 52
6-2. Video backup onto USB flash memory ................................................................................................. 52
6-3. Transferring still images or video from the ARCHIVE list................................................................... 53
6-4. Playback of Backup Video...................................................................................................................... 54
7. UPGRADING FIRMWARE ............................................................................................ 55
8. NETWORK ACCESS USING THE EXCLUSIVE NETWORK VIEWER ........................ 56
8-1. PC requirements...................................................................................................................................... 56
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8-2. Installing the network viewer ................................................................................................................. 56
8-3. Live monitoring mode and functions. ................................................................................................... 57
8-4. Bi directional audio ................................................................................................................................. 59
8-5. Remote search mode and functions ..................................................................................................... 59
8-6. PC System configuration........................................................................................................................ 62
9. NETWORK – BY AN WEB-BROWSER VIEWER ......................................................... 64
10. NETWORK – BY MOBILE PHONE VIEWER.............................................................. 66
APPENDIX: HOW TO CONNECT NETWORK.................................................................. 68
A. How to set IP address of the DVR and open TCP port of the router? .................................................. 68
B. How to access DVR from Remote PC? .................................................................................................... 70
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1. NAME & FUNCTION
1-1. Front panel
ཛ SEQ: To start auto sequencing of the screen in full screen mode. (Toggle)
ཛྷ PTZ: To control PTZ operation
ཝ SETUP: To launch SETUP menu.
ཞ CAPTURE: To start operations of backup in live or playback mode.
ཟ SEARCH: To go to the search menu.
འ REC: To start and stop manual recording.
ཡ PLAY/PAUSE: To play or to pause the footage in playback mode.
ར REW: To rewind the footage at 1x, 2x, 4x, and 8x speed during playback.
ལ F/REW : During playback - To move the playback position 60 seconds backward.
During pause - To move the playback position 1 frame backward.
ཤ F/ADV: During playback - To move the playback position 60 seconds forward.
During pause - To move the playback position moves 1 frame forward.
ཥ FF: To fast forward the footage at 1x, 2x, 4x, and 8x speeds during playback.
ས USB port: To connect USB Thumb drive to backup data.
ཧ HDD: The indicator blinks during recording and playback.
ཨ POWER: The indicator blinks when the AC adaptor is connected.
Direction button
During setting
ཁ To move the cursor Upward.
ག To move the cursor to the Right or to change the setting values.
གྷ To move the cursor Down.
ང To move the cursor to the Left or to change the setting values.
During Live/playback & Entering password
ཁ To select camera 1 or To enter No. 1
ག To select camera 2 or To enter No. 2.
གྷ To select camera 3 or To enter No. 3.
ང To select camera 4 or To enter No. 4.
ཅ To select full screen or quad screen view in live/playback or To select desired menu item or to store the setup value.
ཆ To return to previous menu screen or To exit from playback.
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1-2. Remote control
ཛ ID: When a remote control ID number is set in DVR, press it before number.
ཛྷ REC: To start and stop manual recording.
ཝ Number: To select channel (1, 2, 3, & 4) or to enter DVR ID number.
ཞ F/REW: During playback - To move the playback position 60 seconds backward.
During pause - To move the playback position 1 frame backward.
ཟ F/ADV: During playback - To move the playback position 60 seconds forward.
During pause - To move the playback position moves 1 frame forward.
འ REW: To rewind the footage at 1x, 2x, 4x, and 8x speed during playback.
ཡ PLAY/PAUSE: To play or to pause the footage in playback mode.
ར FF: To fast forward the footage at 1x, 2x, 4x, and 8x speeds during playback.
ལ Control button: Press to move the menu items or select channel.
ཤ SETUP: To launch SETUP menu.
ཥ SEARCH: To go to the search menu.
ས ESC: During setting - To return to previous menu screen.
During playback - To exit from playback.
ཧ BACKUP: To start operations of backup in live or playback mode. (The same function button as CAPTURE on the
front panel of DVR.)
ཨ SEQ: To start auto sequencing of the screen in full screen mode. (Toggle)
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Operation range
30° 30°
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5m
1-3. Rear panel and connection
1-3-1. Basic connections
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Do not power this system on before all the connections are completed.
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Make sure all the connections are properly. Faulty connection may result in the system being damaged.
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The DC plug of the AC adaptor is easy to be unplugged. Please make sure that the plug is removed.
4CH
8CH
16CH
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ཛ Cooling fan
ཛྷ AUDIO IN: Audio input terminal (* Use the audio cable which is provided with the 16ch dvr package)
ཝ AUDIO OUT: Audio output terminal (* Use the audio cable which is provided with the 16ch dvr package)
ཞ VIDEO IN: Video input terminal
ཟ VIDEO OUT: Video output terminal
འ VGA: VGA (Video Graphics Array) output terminal. Connects to the PC VGA monitor.
ཡ ETHERNET: Network terminal
ར SENSOR IN & ALARM OUT: External sensor terminal & External alarm out terminal
ལ RS-485
ཤ TERMINATION ON/OFF: Termination ON/OF switch
CVBS/VGA: System video output format switch
ས POWER: DC12V input terminal
1-3-2. Network connections
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LAN Connection – Using the cross cable, without a switching hub
Connect to the system directly, using a cross type network cable
Cross type cable
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LAN Connection – Using a switching hub
Connect to the system, using a hub (Switching hub) and an Ethernet cable (10BASET/100BASE-TX CAT 5 LAN cable)
IP Router or HUB
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Internet (ADSL) Connection
Connect to the system, using an Router or ADSL modem and an Ethernet cable (10BASET/100BASE-TX CAT 5 LAN cable)
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ADSL Modem
Internet
IP Router or HUB
NOTICE
If you have a IP line with one IP address (whether it is dynamic IP or fixed IP), but you have more than
one internet device (such as PC/PCs and a DVR); to use Router (It is different from a simple Network
Hub); you must set up the Router to work with DVR; and you must use a network capable PC within the
local Router network to do the setup. Whether you are using an existing Router or a new Router, you
must go through the Port Forwarding portion of the setup.
1-3-3. Sensor and alarm connections
SENSOR INPUT: Connect two signal lines of sensor (infrared ray sensor, heat perception sensor, magnetic
sensor) to the desired sensor number.
NOTICE
SENSOR inputs need dried contact only. Do not input any electric signal.
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---: Not operational
N/O: Normally open type sensor. When magnetic sensor is closed, sensor sends a signal.
N/C: Normally closed type sensor. When magnetic sensor is opened, sensor sends a signal.
ALARM OUTPUT: Use Maximum current: 0.5A/125VAC, Maximum voltage: 1A/30VDC. When controlling
lamp and AC operated equipment, control it using separate outside relay. During normal operation the control
output contact is maintained at “Open” status, and during control output the output contact is changed to
Closed(short)” status.
1-4. Selecting the type of monitor (TV monitor and VGA monitor)
1-4-1. CVBS: Select CVBS to connect general TV monitor
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1-4-2. VGA: Select VGA to connect computer VGA monitor
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The general TV monitor terminal and the computer VGA monitor terminal can not be used simultaneously.
2. Setting up the DVR
The following sections detail the initial setup of a DVR.
2-1. Setup – Main Screen
To enter the setup menu, select MENU and SETUP on the screen using the mouse or press the SETUP
button on the front panel. Then select a user type. User can select one of user types (ADMIN, USER1,
USER2, USER3) using the control button (ൖ
Ÿ൘ ź) on the front panel and press SEL button.
Then password input screen will be displayed. User can select a password using the control button
(ൖ
Ÿ൘ ź) and select OK to enter the setup menu. The factory default password is 11111111.
It is highly recommended to assign a new password to protect the system. User can assign a new password
in SECURITY setup menu.
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Table 2.1.1. Setup menu tree
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DISPLAY
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OSD
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SEQUENCE
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SEQ-DWELL TIME
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OSD CONTRAST
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CHANNEL
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NAME
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COVERT
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BRIGHTNESS
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CONTAST
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HUE
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SATURATION
RECORD
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RESOLUTION
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CHANNEL
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FRAME RATE
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QUALITY
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RECORDING
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ELECTRIC LIGH CONTROL
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SENSOR RECORDING
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PRE RECORD
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POST EVENT RECORD
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AUDIO
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SCHEDULE
DEVICE
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ALARM OUT
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PTZ
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CHANNEL
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MOTION ZONE
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MOTION SENSITIVITY
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KEY TONE
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REMOTE CONTROL ID
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SENSOR
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TYPE
STORAGE
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OVERWRITE
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DISK FORMAT
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DISK INFO
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RECORDING LIMIT
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RECORDING LIMIT DAYS
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SYSTEM
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DVR-ID
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DESCRIPTION
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LANGUAGE
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DATE FORMAT
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SET DATE & TIME
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CLIENT ACCESS
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BANDWIDTH SAVING
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SEND EMAIL
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NTP
SECURITY
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USER AUTHENTICATION (ADMIN, NETWORK, USER1, USER2, USER3)
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USER PASSOWRD
NETWORK
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PORT
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WEB PORT
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NETWORK TYPE (LAN, DHCP, ADSL)
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DDNS
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DDNS SERVER NAME
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DDNS INTERVAL
CONFIG
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SAVE SETUP TO A USB
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LOAD SETUP FROM A USB
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LOAD DEFAULT
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LOAD FACTORY DEFAULT
2-2. Setup – Display Mode
Press the SETUP button and enter the password. The setup menu is displayed as picture below. Select
DISPLAY icon and press SEL button to enter the setup menu item. Navigate through the menu items using
the control button (ൖ
(ൖ
Ÿ൘ ź) and change the value of the menu item using the control button
Ÿ൘ ź). To return to setup menu screen, press the ESC button.
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Figure 2.2.1. Display mode setup screen
Table 2.2.1. Menu items in DISPLAY mode setup
Item
OSD
Description
Enable/disable on-screen-display.
Select ON and press SEL button, then user are able to control OSD display
bar up or down using the control button (ൖ
SEQUENCE
SEQ-DWELL TIME
Ÿ൘ ź).
Enable/disable sequential display of video in full screen mode.
Set the dwell time of each, quad or 9 channels display in sequential display
mode.(1-60seconds)
OSD CONTRAST
CHANNEL
Set the visibility level of the On Screen Display (OSD).(20-100)
Select a channel for applying the following settings using the control button
(ൖ
Ÿ൘ ź). Press SEL button to change the setting value of all channels at
once. Once you select an item, then press SEL to set value for all channels.
(DISPLAY, BRIGHTNESS,CONTRAST,HUE,SATURATION)
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Set the channel name. Press SEL button and set the channel name and select
NAME
OK using the control button (ൖ
Ÿ൘ ź).
Enable/disable display of the video channel in live display mode.
COVERT
Change the brightness value of the specified channel.(0-100)
BRIGHTNESS
Change the contrast value of the specified channel. (0-100)
CONTRAST
Change the hue value of the specified channel. (0-100)
HUE
Change the saturation value of the specified channel. (0-100)
SATURATION
2-3. Setup – Recording Mode
Press the SETUP button and enter the password. The setup menu is displayed as picture below. Select
RECORD icon and press SEL button to enter the setup menu item. Navigate through the menu items using
the control button (ൖ
Ÿ൘ ź) and change the value of the menu item using the control button (ൖ Ÿ൘
ź). To return to setup menu screen, press the ESC button.
Figure 2.3.1. Recording mode setup screen
Table 2.3.1. Menu items in Recording mode setup
Menu item
RESOLUTION
Description
Set the resolution to either 704x480, 704x240, or 352x240 for
NTSC. (For PAL: 704*576/ 704*288/ 352*288)
CHANNEL
Select a channel for applying the following settings using the control
button (ൖ
Ÿ൘ ź). Press SEL button to change the setting value of all
channels at once. Once you select an item, then press SEL to set value
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for all channels.
(FRAME RATE, QUALITY, RECORDING, PRE REC, POST EVT REC)
FRAME RATE
Set the frame rate for the specified channel. The sum of the frame rate
values from each channel cannot exceed the maximum frame rates for a
specific recording resolution.
Typical values of the maximum frame rate for video are
120/100 fps version
120/100fps: 352*240(NTSC)/352*288(PAL)
60/50fps: 704*240(NTSC)/704*288(PAL)
30/25 fps: 704*480(NTSC)/704*576(PAL)
QUALITY
Select the recording quality for the specified channel. Options are:
Network, Standard, High, Superior and Ultra.
RECORDING
Assign the recording mode for each channel. Options are: Continuous, By
Motion, By Sensor, By Schedule or Disable.
ELECTRIC LIGHT
Enable/Disable electric light control. When alarm output is connected to an
CONTROL
electric light for the motion detection signal, user needs to set ELECTRIC
LIGHT CONTROL to ON. Then the motion detection signal will not be
activated for 2-3seconds after alarm output is turned off.
SENSOR RECORDING
Enable setting up to 4 sensors of 9 sensors for the specified channel using
the control button (ൖ
PRE RECORD
Ÿ൘ ź).
Enable/disable pre-event recording. Pre-event recording time is 3 seconds
and only intra-frames are recorded for pre-event recording.
POST EVENT RECORD
Set the post event recording time duration for the specified channel. (1030 seconds)
AUDIO
Enable/disable audio recording for the specified channel.
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SCHEDULE
Set the recording schedule. Press SEL to go to schedule setup screen.
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2-3-1. Recording Schedules
To setup a recording schedule, select SCHEDULE in the RECORD menu. Navigate through the items using
the control button (ൖ
Ÿ൘ ź).
Once the channel 1 is selected, SCHEDULE-CH1 screen is displayed. Select ALL or each day using the
control button (ൖ
Ÿ൘ ź) and set the recording mode using the SEL button repeatedly.
C: CONTINUOUS recording
M: MOTION recording
S: SENSOR recording
-: Does not record
[ALL]: Move the cursor to ALL and select a recording mode C, M or S using the SEL button to set the same
setting for every day.
[SUN to SAT]: Move the cursor to SUN to SAT and select a recording mode C, M or S using the SEL button
to set the same setting for the whole day.
[Vertical Bar “ | “]: Move the cursor to ALL and move the cursor to the specific time using the control button
(ൖ
Ÿ൘ ź). And select a recording mode C, M or S using the SEL button to set the same setting.
[SEL]: The recording mode can be selected by pressing repeatedly the SEL button.
[COPY FROM] [COPY TO]: Set the channel 1 schedule and select COPY TO using the control button (ൖ
Ÿ
൘ ź), select CH2 using the control button (ൖ Ÿ ൘ ź) and press the SEL button. Then the CH1
schedule is copied to CH2.
To return to setup menu screen, press the ESC button.
Figure 2.3.2. Schedule recording setup screen
2-4. Setup – Device Mode
Press the SETUP button and enter the password. The setup menu is displayed as picture below. Select
DEVICE icon and press SEL button to enter the setup menu item. Navigate through the menu items using the
control button (ൖ
Ÿ ൘ ź) and change the value of the menu item using the control button (ൖ Ÿ ൘
ź).To return to setup menu screen, press the ESC button.
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Figure 2.4.1. Device mode setup screen
Table 2.4.1. Menu items in Device Setup screen
Item
ALARM OUT
PTZ
CHANNEL
MOTION ZONE
MOTION SENSITIVITY
Description
Set the sensor, motion, and video loss for each alarm.
Set the PTZ camera speed, number, type and ID.
Select specified channel for motion zone setup.
Select either Full Zone or Partial Zone for motion sensing.
Set the motion sensitivity for the specified channel.
Control the motion sensitivity from 1 to 9.
KEY TONE
REMOTE CONTROL ID
Enable/disable key tone.
Select an ID of remote control.
1. Select ID.
2. Press the same number as ID set in DVR on a remote control.
3. Then icon will be displayed on Live screen of DVR that respond to
the remote control.
The options are from 00 to 99
SENSOR
TYPE
Select sensor NO from 1 to 4,9,16.
Set the type of sensor for the specified channel. Options are: OFF,
N/O (normal open), and N/C (normal closed).
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2-4-1. ALARM-OUT
Figure 2.4.2. ALARM-OUT setup screen
Table 2.4.2. Menu item in ALARM-OUT Setup screen
Item
ALARM OUT
Description
Select an alarm out number.
Available NO: 4CH(1), 9CH(1), 16CH(1)
SENSOR IN
Enable setting up to 4 cameras of 4/9/16 cameras for each alarm.
MOTION ON
Enable setting up to 4 cameras of 4/9/16 cameras for each alarm.
VIDEO LOSS ON
Enable setting up to 4 cameras of 4/9/16 cameras for each alarm.
ALARM DURATION
ERROR ALARM
Set the alarm dwell time from 5 to 60 seconds.
Set the error type for the alarm activation. The options are
OFF, ALL, HDD ERROR and VIDEO LOSS.
2-4-2 PTZ Setup
To control the PTZ functions of the camera, connect a controller to the RS-485 port.
ཛ Connect the RS-485 cables of PTZ camera to the RS-485 port on the rear panel.
ཛྷ Press SEL button or double click to enter the menu. Then PTZ menu screen is displayed.
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Figure 2.4.3. PTZ Control Setup Screen
Note: For speed dome cameras that support RS-485, connect them directly to the RS-485 port. If the camera
is controlled with RS-232C, use an RS-485 to RS-232C signal converter.
On the PTZ control setup screen, you can select or set the protocol type of the camera that is the same as
the one installed on the site. If the camera has a specific camera ID, select the camera ID using the control
button (ൖ
Ÿ൘ ź).
The following options are available on the PTZ setup screen.
CHANNEL (channel number that the PTZ is connected to)
NAME (protocol type)
SPEED (19200, 14400, 9600, 4800, 2400)
ID (0-63)
2-4-3. Motion Zone Setup
Select MOTION ZONE using the control button (ൖ
ZONE using the control button (ൖ
Ÿ ൘ ź) and select either PARTIAL ZONE or FULL
Ÿ൘ ź). And press the SEL button.
If FULL ZONE is selected, the motion setting screen is not displayed. Only set the level of sensitivity for
MOTION SENSITIVITY.
FULL ZONE: The motion sensor is active on the whole screen.
PARTIAL ZONE: The motion sensor is active in the set detection frame.
Select the sensor detection position using the control button (ൖ
Ÿ൘ ź) and press the SEL button.
Then the color of the position which is selected will be changed. Press ESC button to return to the DEVICE
setup menu.
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Figure 2.4.4. Motion Zone selection screen
2-5. Setup – Storage Mode
Press the SETUP button and enter the password. The setup menu is displayed as picture below. Select
STORAGE icon and press SEL button to enter the setup menu item. Navigate through the menu items using
the control button (ൖ
Ÿ൘ ź) and change the value of the menu item using the control button (ൖ Ÿ൘
ź). To return to setup menu screen, press the ESC button.
Figure 2.5.1. STORAGE setup screen
Table 2.5.1. Menu items in STORAGE Setup screen
Item
Description
OVERWRITE
When enabled, the DVR will continue recording and overwrite the
oldest existing recorded data once the hard drive is full. When
disabled, recording will stop once the hard drive is full.
DISK FORMAT
You will have an option YES or NO for the hard drive format.
Caution:
We recommend that you archive any data that you may need in
the future before you format the hard drive.
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Hard drive information
DISK INFO
VIDEO BACKUP OPTION
You will have an option REC ON or REC OFF for the recording
during the video backup.
If set it to REC OFF, the backup speed will be faster.
RECORDING LIMIT
RECORDING LIMIT DAYS
Enable/disable recording limit.
Set the recording limit days.(1- 90 days)
2-6. Setup – System Mode
Press the SETUP button and enter the password. The setup menu is displayed as picture below. Select
SYSTEM icon and press SEL button to enter the menu item. Navigate through the menu items using the
control button (ൖ
Ÿ൘ ź) and change the value of the menu item using the control button (ൖ Ÿ൘ ź).
To return to setup menu screen, press the ESC button.
Figure 2.6.1. SYSTEM Setup Screen
Table 2.6.1. Menu items in SYSTEM Setup screen
Item
DVR ID
Description
Press the SEL button and select DVR ID using the control button (ൖ
and press SEL button. Press OK to apply the selected DVR ID.
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Ÿ൘ ź),
SPACE / Caps Lock(Select either Capital or Lower letter)
BS(Back space: Erase previous character) / Clear(Erase all characters)
DESCRIPTION
Press SEL button to view system information.
(Hardware version, Software version, Storage size, IP address and MAC
address.)
LANGUAGE
Select the display language using the control button (ൖ
Ÿ ൘ ź). Once a
language is selected, the display language changes.
DATE FORMAT
Select the date display format using the control button (ൖ
Ÿ൘ ź). Options
are:
YYYY/MM/DD
SET DATE&TIME
MM-DD-YYYY DD-MM-YYYY
Move the cursor to the display date and time using the control button (ൖ
Ÿ൘
ź) and press SEL button to set the present date and time. Press ESC button to
return to SET DATE & TIME setup menu.
DAY LIGHT SAVING
Select DAYLIGHT SAVING using the control button (ൖ
Ÿ൘ ź),
Select the appropriate daylight saving time zone using the control button (ൖ
൘ ź).
If choosing EU or OTHERS, set the applicable conditions.
The options are:
OFF
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Ÿ
USA
EU
OTHERS
1. OFF: Daylight saving is not set.
2. USA: Applies the USA daylight saving time.
3. EU: Applies the EU daylight saving time.
- Select the GMT AREA using the control button (ൖ
Ÿ൘ ź).
- Set the time difference with the standard time using the control button
(ൖ
Ÿ൘ ź).
4. OTHERS: If the time zone is neither USA nor E, set the start and end
date of the daylight saving period.
-
Select BEGIN or END using the control button (ൖ Ÿ൘ ź)
and press the SEL button.
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Select the item using the control button (ൖ Ÿ൘ ź), select
the setting value using the control button (ൖ Ÿ ൘ ź) and
press the ESC button to return to SET DATE & TIME setup
menu.
CAUTION:
- Do not set the start time to 23:00 for DLS.
- DLS can’t be applied, if the date of BEGIN and END is same.
CLIENT ACCESS
BANDWIDTH
SAVING
SEND EMAIL
Enable/Disable remote access through network client software.
Enable/Disable only key frame transmission. “ON” mode is favorable for use of
low network bandwidth. Mostly, set “OFF” for normal use.
Enable/disable the send e-mail function.(ON/OFF)
TRANSMISSION MODE: Enable sending image of the channel that triggered
the alarm when an alarm event is triggered.
IP NOTIFICATION: Enable/disable sending e-mail when the IP address of your
DVR is changed.
EVENT ALARM: Enable/disable sending e-mail reports on the channel that
triggered the alarm when an alarm event is triggered.
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MAIL TO: Enter the appropriate email address to enable sending e-mail reports.
MAIL SERVER: Enter the appropriate mail server information to enable sending
daily e-mail reports.
ID: To set the connection user ID for the mail server.
PASSWORD: To set the connection password for the mail server.
MAIL FROM: To set the mail address sent to the destination host.
NTP
NTP is an abbreviation for Network Time Protocol, which is for synchronizing the
clocks of computer systems over variable-latency data networks.
PRIMARY SNTP SERVER: Input the address of the primary NTP time
server.
SECONDARY SNTP SERVER: Input the address of the secondary
NTP time server.
TIME ZONE: Greenwich Mean Time(GMT) is a term originally referring to mean
solar time at the Royal Observatory, Greenwich in London.
Because NTP synchronizes with Greenwich Mean Time(GMT)
regardless of geography, users must set their own time difference.
(Ex. Los Angeles, CA GMT -08:00 / New York, NY GMT -05:00)
CONNECTON MODE: Select NTP time server connection mode.
INTERVAL: Synchronize the clock by hours which is set on the connection
period menu.
TIME: Synchronize the clock at the time daily which is set on the connection
Period menu.
CONNECTION PERIOD: 1~24
2-7. Setup – SECURITY Mode
Press the SETUP button and enter the password. The setup menu is displayed as picture below. Select
SECURITY icon and press SEL button to enter the setup menu item. Navigate through the menu items using
the control button (ൖ
Ÿ൘ ź) and change the value of the menu item using the control button (ൖ Ÿ൘
ź). To return to setup menu screen, press the ESC button
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Figure 2.7.1. PASSWORD setup screen
Table 2.7.1. Menu Items in PASSWRORD Setup Screen
Item
USER AUTHENTICATION
Description
PASSWORD CHECK:
Select either O or X for the functions such as
Setup, Playback(PB), PTZ, Record OFF(R/OFF), and Network(NET).
O: Ask for a password when the given function is selected for all users.
X: Does not ask for a password when the given function is selected for
all users.
ADMIN, NETOWRK, USER1, USER2, USER3:
O: It means user can access to the function.
X: It means user cannot access to the function.
USER PASSWORD
Options are ADMIN, NETWORK, USER1, USER2 and USER3.
Select USER PASSWORD using control button (ൖ
Ÿ ൘ ź) and
press SEL button. Select user type using the control button (ൖ Ÿ ൘
ź) and SEL button. Enter the current password and select OK. Enter
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the new password and select OK. Enter the same password again to
confirm and select OK. Then the message “PASSWORD CHANGED” is
displayed.
The factory default password is 11111111.
2-8. Setup – Network Mode
Press the SETUP button and enter the password. The setup menu is displayed as picture below. Select
NETWORK icon and press SEL button to enter the setup menu item. Navigate through the menu items using
the control button (ൖ
Ÿ൘ ź) and change the value of the menu item using the control button (ൖ Ÿ൘
ź). To return to setup menu screen, press the ESC button
Figure 2.8.1. NETWORK setup screen
Table 2.8.1. Menu items in Network Setup screen
Item
PORT
WEB PORT
NETWORK TYPE
Description
Port number (Default: 5445)
Web Sever Port number (Default: 80)
Select a type of network connection. Options are:
LAN, DHCP, ADSL
Note. Other parts of the network setup screen change depending on what
network type you select.
DHCP
DVR automatically get IP varying from time to time from network and does
not therefore need to be set.
ADSL (PPPoE)
ID: Registered ID is necessary for ADSL connection.
Password: Registered password is necessary for ADSL connection.
LAN
IP: Register IP address that is assigned for DVR.
Gateway: Register Gateway that is assigned for DVR.
Subnet Mask: Register Subnet Mask that is assigned for DVR.
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DDNS
Enable/disable using domain name address through DDNS server.
“ON” mode, DDNS server name appears for domain registration.
DDNS SERVER NAME: The DDNS sever name is bestddns.com.
CAUTION:
Do not change this sever name. If this is changed, the DDNS service
cannot be available.
DDNS INTERVAL: Set the connection interval (5-60minutes)
2-8-1. Ports
When you connect one or more DVRs to a network through an IP sharing device, each device must have a
unique TCP port number for access to each unit from outside the LAN. Also, the IP sharing device must be
configured for port forwarding so when each port is accessed on the IP sharing device, it will forward to the
appropriate DVR.
Note: This port number is listed next to the Port menu option in the Network Setup screen. If you plan to
access the DVR units only from within the same LAN, the TCP port does not have to be changed.
Figure 2.8.1. Network setup screen – PORT
Network access beyond a router
In order to access the DVR remotely beyond a router (firewall), the user must open TCP port for command level,
live channels and storage channels. User need to open 2ports numbers.
If the DVR port number is set to 5445, open the TCP port 5445 and 5446 on the router.
If this port is not opened properly, user can not access DVR beyond a router.
Web viewer and Mobile-phone web viewer Network access beyond Router
In order to access beyond Router (Firewall), user must open 1 TCP port that is set on NETWORK > WEB PORT.
If this port is not open properly, user can not access DVR using direct Web viewer or Mobile-phone web viewer.
(Example: When NETWORK > WEB PORT is set as 80, 80 TCP port of IP address of DVR must be open.)
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2-8-2. Network Types
2-8-2-1. LAN
1. For the use of fixed IP.
(See your network administrator if you do not have this information.)
2. When DVR is installed in IP sharer that is connected with ADSL, a user can assign fixed IP to DVR
from IP sharer itself using “DMZ” function out of such sharer.
Input IP set in DMZ on “IP” field and Gateway of ADSL modem on “Gateway” field. Similarly, for Subnet
Mask, DNS address, input relevant values in IP sharer.
Figure 2.8.2. Network setup screen - LAN
Table 2.8.2. LAN
Item
IP
SUBNET MASK
GATEWAY
st
1 DNS
nd
2
DNS
Description
The fixed IP address of the DVR unit.
The subnet mask for the LAN
The IP address of the Gateway
The address for the DNS server
The address for the DNS server
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2-8-2-2. DHCP
An IP address is automatically assigned by the DHCP server, which automatically assigns IP address and
other parameters to new devices.
When ADSL or other network being used adopts variable IP method, not fixed IP.
This option is used as a
way to automatically get IP address.
Figure 2.8.3. Network setup screen - DHCP
2-8-2-3. ADSL (PPPoE)
To use this ADSL (PPPoE) function when the network type connected DVR is using PPPoE method.
If ADSL type is not using inputting IP and Password like VDSL or if DVR is installed in IP sharer, a user can
not select this function. In this case, a user should select DHCP or LAN.
Figure 2.8.4. Network setup screen - ADSL
Table 2.8.3. ADSL
Item
ID
PASSWORD
Description
The user ID for the ADSL connection
The password for the ADSL connection
2-8-3. Saving Setup of Network setup
After changing the network configuration, confirmation window will popup. To preserve the setup values that
you have selected, select YES. Then system will reboot.
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Figure 2.8.5. Network setup screen – SAVE SETUP
2-9. Setup - CONFIG Mode
Press the SETUP button and enter the password. The setup menu is displayed as picture below. Select
CONFIG icon and press SEL button to enter the setup menu item. Navigate through the menu items using
the control button (ൖ
Ÿ൘ ź) and change the value of the menu item using the control button (ൖ Ÿ൘
ź). To return to setup menu screen, press the ESC button
Figure 2.9.1. Config setup screen
Table 2.9.1. Config setup
Item
Description
SAVE SETUP
User can save the current configuration (Setting values) of DVR to the USB memory
TO A USB
stick. Put the USB stick on the front panel and press SEL to start the saving process.
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LOAD SETUP
User can upload the configuration of DVR to another DVR using the USB
FROM A USB
Memory stick. Put the USB stick on the front panel and press SEL to start the
loading process.
LOAD
Select ON to reset the system to the default settings.
DEFAULT
(The follow settings such as Language, DVR ID, Security User
Authentication, Security User P/W, Date format, DLS settings, Network
settings, HDD serial number, and HDD ERROR time will not be included.)
LOAD
Select ON to reset the system to the factory default settings.
FACTORY
DEFAULT
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3. Saving Setup
To preserve the setup values that you have changed, select YES.
Figure 3.1.1. SAVE SETUP screen
4. Live, Search, and Playback
4-1. Live Viewing Screen
In the Live screen, video inputs from the cameras are displayed as they are configured in the Display Setup
screen. Various on-screen display (OSD) symbols, which indicate the status of the DVR, are described in
Table 4.1.1.
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Figure 4.1.1. Live Viewing Screen
Table 4.1.1. Status Indicator Icons in Live Viewing Screen
Icon
Description
Click the MENU on the screen using the mouse to see menu items. Select menu
item (SETUP, SEARCH, BACKUP, RECORD, PTZ, SEQUENCE, AUDIO or ALARMOUT) using the mouse to enable/disable its functions.
Click the left/right arrow icon to change the current channel on the split screen using
the mouse or control button (ൖ
Ÿ൘ ź) on the front panel.
Click the split screen icon to change the current split screen mode using the mouse
or SEL button.
Displays the current date and time.
Remote control ID display. If no remote ID is set the message “A(all)” is displayed.
Displays the amount of recording on the hard disk from 0-99%.
Continuous recording in progress.
Manual recording in progress. To set the Manual recording mode, press the Record
button on the front panel.
Motion alarm recording in progress.
Sensor recording in progress.
Audio mute. To set audio mute, press the Audio button on the front panel.
Single audio display. To set audio single for highlighted channel only, press the
Audio button on the front panel.
Mixed audio display
Indicates that alarm is set. To set the alarm function, press the Alarm button on the
front panel.
Indicates that alarm output is activated.
Alarm indicator. When there is an alarm (sensor or motion alarm) in the video
channel, this icon will be highlighted bright red.
Indicates that a network client is connected to the DVR.
Indicates that sequencing mode is enabled.
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Table 4.1.2. Button functions in Live Viewing Screen
Button
Description
Enable/disable the automatic sequential display of channels in full screen, quad, 9split display mode.
Controls Pan/Tilt/Zoom operations.
Launch the SETUP menu.
Press to capture video in jpeg format.
Use the control button (ൖ
Ÿ൘ ź) when you want to move to next or previous
channel.
Switch between full, quad, 9 split and 16 split screen.
Press to select audio mode such as SINGLE, MIX and MUTE.
MUTE- All of 4 channels. SINGLE- Highlighted channel only.
MIX- All of 4 channels.
Enable/disable alarm operation.
Perform continuous or manual recording for all channels.
To enter into the SEARCH menu.
To exit from each menu.
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4-2. SEARCH Screen
To enter the search screen, select MENU and SEARCH on the screen using the mouse or press SEARCH
button on the front panel in live mode.
When you press the SEARCH button, DVR asks for a password as in Figure 4-2-1.
Figure 4.2.1. Search Screen
Enter the password using the control button (ൖ
Ÿ൘ ź).
There are 7 ways of search menu such as TIMELINE, EVENT, GO TO FIRST TIME, GO TO LAST TIME, GO
TO SPECIFIC TIME, LOG, and ARCHIVE on the screen.
How to search data on the time line using the mouse or front key button
¢ 1 hour segment: 1-hour time bar(Mouse)/ F/REW and F/ADV button(Front key)
£
6 minute moving: ൖ 12:00:00
൘(Mouse)/ control button ൖ ൘(Front key)
¤ Play: Double click on each channel number or ALL
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4-2-1. TIME-LINE Search
The TIME-LINE search window is used to find the stored video by using the time line bar.
Figure 4.2.2. Time-line Search
1. Select the date of the video to begin searching and navigate through the days using the
control button (ൖ Ÿ൘ ź).
2. Once you have selected the date, press the SEL button to move to the time line search
window.
3. Use the control button (ൖ Ÿ൘ ź) to select a time zone on the 24 hours time table.
4. Select All or a specific channel to search video clip on the time line bar using the control
button (ൖ Ÿ൘ ź).
5. Once you select the channel, use the control button (ൖ Ÿ൘ ź) to move to the point you
wish to start playing the video clip.
6. Once you have selected the time zone, press the SEL button to playback the recorded video.
7. Press the ESC to return to the SEARCH window.
Note: The recording mode is indicated as color on the time line screen.
V: VIDEO (GREEN)
A:
AUDIO (BLUE)
4-2-2. Event Search
The Event Search window is used to find stored video. Three categories of search filters can be applied:
DATE, CHANNEL and TYPE. Press SEL to select a value and move down to the next category and use
the control button(ൖ
Ÿ ൘ ź) to move up to the categories you have previously entered. The ESC
button will return the user to the previous screen.
Figure 4.2.3. Event Search screen
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1. Select the date of the video to begin searching. Use the control button (ൖ
Ÿ ൘ ź) to navigate
through the days.
2. Once you have selected the date, press SEL to move to the CHANNEL selector.
Ÿ ൘ ź) to change the channel selection from ALL to any of the
3. Use the control button (ൖ
available channels.
4. Once you have selected the channel, press SEL to move to the TYPE selector.
5. Use the control button (ൖ
Ÿ ൘ ź) to change the type of recording to ALL, MOTION, SENSOR,
MANUAL, or CONTINUOUS.
6. Once you have selected the type of recording to search for, press SEL to produce a list of instances
that fit your search criteria.
7. Use the control button (ൖ
Ÿ൘ ź) to scroll through the on-screen listings.
8. Use the control button (ൖ
Ÿ൘ ź) to display a list of events that happened previous to or after the
current selection.
9. Once the desired event has been selected, press SEL to start playing back the selected video.
10. Press the BACKUP button to launch the archiving function in playback mode.
11. Press the ESC to return to the SEARCH window.
4-2-3. Go To First Time
You can access the oldest recorded data on the DVR hard drive by selecting GO TO FIRST TIME on the
SEARCH window. Press the ESC to return to the SEARCH window.
4-2-4. Go To Last Time
You can access the latest recorded data on the DVR hard drive by selecting GO TO LAST TME on the
SEARCH window. Press the ESC to return to the SEARCH window.
4-2-5. Go To Specific Time
Figure 4.2.4. Go To Search Screen
You can search for video data from a specific instance by setting the date and time in the GO TO search
Ÿ ൘ ź) to move through the date and time values in this menu.
Use the control button (ൖ Ÿ൘ ź) to change the date and time value. Move the cursor to OK using
the control button (ൖ Ÿ൘ ź) and press the SEL to playback the recorded video.
window. Use the control button (ൖ
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4-2-6. Log Search
You can access the LOG list search screen by selecting LOG on the SEARCH window.
Select a date using the control button (ൖ
Ÿ൘ ź) and press SEL to open the LOG list from that date.
Figure 4.2.5. Log Search Screen
4-2-7. Archive Search
The ARCHIVE Search window is used to find previously stored video or images.
1. Select the date to begin searching and navigate through the days using the control button (ൖ
Ÿ൘
ź).
2. Once you have selected the date, press SEL to open the list of stored data.
3. Use the control button (ൖ
Ÿ൘ ź) to scroll through the on-screen listings.
4. Use the control button (ൖ
Ÿ൘ ź) to display a list of stored events that happened previous to or
after the current selection.
5. Once the desired event has been selected, press SEL to view the still image or the first frame of the
selected video.
6. Press the BACKUP button to launch the archiving function in playback mode.
7. Press the ESC to return to the SEARCH window
Figure 4.2.6. Archive Search Screen
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4-3. Play mode
During playback of a recorded event, the mode changes from SEARCH to PLAY. While in PLAY mode, you
may return to the SEARCH screen by pressing the ESC button.
Figure 4.3.1. PLAY Mode Screen
Table 4.3.1. Button functions in PLAY Mode
Button
Description
Return to the previous menu screen, search window, or exit from the
menu
Press to rewind the footage at 1x, 2x, 4x, and 8x speeds. Reverse playback
speed is shown as -1x(normal), -2x (2 times normal), -4x (4 times normal),
and -8x (8 times normal) at the bottom right of the screen.
Jump/Step backward.
The playback position moves 60 seconds backward.
Press to play or pause recorded video.
Jump/Step forward. Playback position moves 60 seconds forward.
Press to fast forward the footage at 1x, 2x, 4x, and 8x speeds. Playback
speed is indicated as +1x, +2x, +4x, and +8x for normal, twice, 4 times, and 8
times of the regular speed at the bottom right of the screen.
Press to launch the archiving function.
Press to launch the archiving function using the mouse.
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5. PTZ Control
To control the PTZ functions of the camera, select MENU and PTZ on the screen using the mouse or
press the PTZ button on the front panel.
Select the item you wish to control the PTZ camera and control them using the control button
(ൖ
Ÿ൘ ź). Please refer to the table 5.1.1. for the control.
Figure 5.1.1. PTZ Control Screen
Table 5.1.1. Button Functions in PTZ Control
Item
PAN / TILT
Description
Select PAN/TILT using the control button (ൖ
Ÿ൘ ź) and press SEL button.
Adjust the tilt(UP/DOWN)/pan(LEFT/RIGHT) position using the control button (ൖ
Ÿ
൘ ź).
ZOOM / FOCUS
Select ZOOM/FOCUS using the control button (ൖ
Ÿ൘ ź) and press SEL button.
Adjust the zoom(UP/DOWN)/focus(LEFT/RIGHT)position using the control button(ൖ
Ÿ൘ ź).
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INITIALIZE
PRESET
Initialize the PTZ settings of the selected camera.
Select the PRESET and press the left key (ൖ) on the control button. Then, number
input window will appear. Set the number (3 digits) using the number key and press
the SEL to set the preset number for the current position.
Press the right key (൘) on the control button and set the number (3 digits)
to go to the preset number.
TOUR
Select the TOUR and press the right key (൘) on the control button. Then, number
input window will appear. Set the number (1 digit) using the number key and press
SEL to make the group number work.
Press the left key (ൖ) on the control button to stop tour.
User can set the preset number in the tour group of the OSD menu.
OSD
Select the OSD to enter the menu. Control keys are Right, Left, UP, Down, Select, Far
(REW KEY), and Near (FF KEY). Press the ESC button to return to the main menu.
Press the PTZ button to escape from the OSD menu.
AUTOSCAN
Press the right key (൘) on the control button to start auto scan
Press the left key (ൖ) on the control button to stop auto scan.
PTZ
Press the PTZ button to escape from the OSD menu.
ESC
Press the ESC button to return to the main menu.
NUMBER
Available only on the TOUR and PRESET menu.
Available only on the OSD menu.
: Far /
z
: Near
Preset/ Tour/ OSD/ Autoscan function are available on the specific model AP8777 and
PMA-200. (Select it in the NAME of PTZ setup menu)
Table 5.1.2. Description of RS-485 port
Data +
Data -
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6. Back up
6-1. Still Image backup onto USB flash memory
Still images can be captured and archived onto the USB stick or hard drive in live mode or while playing back
recorded video.
In live mode, press the BACKUP button to launch the archive function or select MENU and BACK UP on the
screen using the mouse.
1. When you press BACKUP button, the archiving screen will display as Figure 6.1.1.
2. And the DVR will ask which media you will take for archiving.
3. Once you select the media, the system will start to archive the data to the selected media.
Figure 6.1.1. Still Image Archiving and Backup Screen
6-2. Video backup onto USB flash memory
Video can be captured and archived onto the USB stick or hard drive while playing back recorded video.
In playback mode, press the BACKUP button to launch the archiving function.
1. When you press BACKUP button, the DVR will ask whether to archive a Still Image or Video clip.
2. If the user selects VIDEO, the DVR will ask which media you will take for archiving.
3. If the user selects VIDEO, the DVR will ask for the setting of the archiving duration.
4. Once you select the media, the system will start to archive the data to the selected media.
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Figure 6.2.1. Video Archiving and Backup Screen
The DVR will convert the corresponding portion of the video into an AVI file.
6-3. Transferring still images or video from the ARCHIVE list
The stored data onto hard drive will be found in the ARCHIVE list in SEARCH window.
User can back up still images or video into the storage device from the ARCHIVE list.
1. Select the date to begin searching and navigate through the days using the control button
(ൖ
Ÿ൘ ź).
2. Once you have selected the date, press SEL to open the list of stored data.
3. Use the control button (ൖ
Ÿ൘ ź) to scroll through the on-screen listings.
4. Select a list of stored events that happened previous to or after the current selection.
5. Once the desired event has been selected, press SEL to view the still image or the first frame of the
selected video.
6. Press the BACKUP button to launch the archiving function in playback mode.
7. Press the ESC to return to the SEARCH window.
Figure 6.3.1. Archive Search Screen
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6-4. Playback of Backup Video
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AVI format: AVI format video can be played back by Window Media Player™ or other media player
that is compatible with AVI format video. If the video cannot be played with standard video software,
install FFDShow (Codec)from the supplied CD-ROM.
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NSF format: NSF format video can be played back by the player (the DVR player) that the DVR
copies on USB thumb drive with video.
Three files are copied on USB thumb drive
- NSF file: NSF format video file.
- SMI file: Title file of date and time.
- PLAYER: Exclusive video viewer.
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7. Upgrading Firmware
In order to upgrade, the firmware upgrade file must first be downloaded and copied into the USB memory
stick. Create a new folder in the USB memory stick and name it “upgrade”. Copy the firmware upgrade file
“apph_xxxxxx.bin” for 16CH DVR, “apph_xxxxxx.bin” for 9CH DVR or“apph_xxxxxx.bin” for 4CH DVR into
the “upgrade” folder.
NOTICE
The folder on the USB memory stick must be named “upgrade”.
After the firmware upgrade file is copied into the USB memory stick, connect the USB memory
stick to the USB port on the front panel and do the followings:
1. Press the SETUP button and enter the admin password.
2. Go to SECURITY setup menu and USER PASSWORD. Press SEL and select ADMIN using the
control button (ൖ
Ÿ൘ ź).
3. Enter the password as “123412341”, and press the SEL button.
4. The TEST MODE screen “Diagnostics Vx.xx” will appear.
5. Select USB Upgrade. Then the upgrading will start automatically.
6. After the upgrade is completed, select Boot Application to reboot DVR.
Figure 7.1.1. Engineering mode screen
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8. Network access using the Exclusive network viewer
The DVR provides a live remote monitoring feature. Remote monitoring requires installation of the network
viewer on your PC.
NOTICE
In a high bandwidth network, a maximum of four users can access one DVR simultaneously. In a low
bandwidth network it is recommended that only one user access the DVR at a time.
8-1. PC requirements
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CPU: Intel Pentium ๋ 1.4Ghz or higher
z
Memory: 512MB (1GB or higher is recommended.)
z
VGA memory: 16MB (64MB or higher is recommended.)
z
Resolution: 1024x768
z
O/S: Windows 2000, XP Professional, XP home
z
Direct X: DirectX 8.1 or higher
8-2. Installing the network viewer
1. Insert the provided CD in the CD drive and double-click “UMSClient(XXXX).exe”
2. Select a destination folder and click “Next”.
3. Select the type and click “Next”.
4. Select the program folder and click “Next”.
5. The setup status screen is displayed.
After the installation is completed, “UMS Client”
icon is displayed on the desktop.
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8-3. Live monitoring mode and functions.
Button
Function
Description
DATE & TIME
Displays the current date and time.
CONNECT/DISCONNECT
Connect/disconnect network connection..
SEARCH
Switches the live mode to search mode.
DISPLAY MODE
Select a channel and screen display mode.
PAN/TILT/ZOOM/ FOCUS
Control
the
PAN/TILT/ZOOM/FOCUS
features on the remote camera.
CAPTURE
Capture a still image from live screen.
PLAY/PAUSE
Play/pause live video.
ALARM
The ON/OFF button of the alarm output of
the DVR. When an alarm of the DVR is
output, this button becomes Red.
Display the setup screen of the network
SETUP
viewer.
HDD USAGE
DVR HDD storage Indicator.
NETWORK BANDWIDTH
Shows the transferred frames and network
bandwidth.
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AUDIO
Adjust the volume. The audio can be turned
on or off by clicking the audio icon.
LOG WINDOW
Operations of the display mode of the main screen
„ Single channel display - Click the one of channel button or double-click the channel screen.
„ QUAD/-screen display - Click the QUAD button to switch to quad-screen display
„ Full screen display - Click the maximize button to display only screen and hidden the operation panel.
Image capture of live screen
Still-image of live screen can be captured and saved as BMP or JPEG file.
1. Click the channel to be captured. Then the channel screen is surrounded with a red line.
2. Click the CAPTURE button. Then the IMAGE CAPTURE dialog is displayed.
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3. Set the conditions and click OK button. Then still-image is saved.
8-4. Bi directional audio
The UMS Client allows for bi directional audio between the client and a dvr unit. On the PC, to use bi
directional audio, you will need a sound card of handling a microphone and speakers. On the dvr side, you
will need to connect a microphone to the audio in connection, and a pair of amplified speakers to the audio
out connection.
8-5. Remote search mode and functions
Button
Function
Description
DATE & TIME
Displays the recording time of the data selected
on the time bar at the bottom of the main user
interface.
DISCONNECT
Disconnect network connection..
LIVE
Switches the search mode to live mode.
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CAPTURE
Capture a still image from live screen.
MARK IN
Set the start time for video backup.
MARK OUT
Set the ending time for video backup.
BACKUP
Backup the selected recorded video as AVI
format.
SEARCH
The calendar shows dates with recorded video in
CALENDAR
a light blue and the selected date in dark blue.
TIMELINE BAR
The timeline shows recorded data in dark blue on
the bar.
The playback buttons.
PLAYBACK
BUTTON
Select a channel and screen display mode.
DISPLAY MODE
Searching and playing video in the remote DVR
Video recorded in the remote DVR or Video recorded on the PC can be searched and played back.
1.
Connect the network to the remote DVR and press SEARCH button. Then the mode is changed
from the live mode to the search mode.
z
Searching the video recorded in the remote DVR: Connect the network to the DVR..
z
Searching the video recorded in the PC: Do not connect the network to the DVR.
2.
Select the date to search the video.
3.
Drag the slid on the time scale and drop it between 0 to 24.
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4.
Press the PLAY button. Then the video recorded in the remote DVR is played back.
Backup of video in the remote DVR
Video recorded in the remote DVR cab be backed up on the PC HDD as AVI format.
1. Connect the network to the remote DVR and play the video recorded in the remote DVR.
2. Drag the slid on the time scale and drop to the start time for video backup and press the MARK IN
button.
3. Drag the slid on the time scale and drop to the end time for video backup and press the MARK OUT
button. Then the marked time is displayed in dark green.
4. AVI Backup dialog is displayed. Click the OK button. Then the marked video is backed up.
z
Start time / Stop time: Backup time can be changed.
z
File path: Shows the folder that the backup file is recorded.
z
Channel: Shows backup channel..
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8-6. PC System configuration
Click the SETUP button. Then the Setup dialog is displayed.
Setting General
Set the Security Option, Save Path, and Miscellaneous.
z Security Option: Set a password for security options. When you access any of the selected
functions, you will need to enter the password.
z Save Path: Specify the location to record for backup and still image capture.
z Automatic reconnection: If a user selects this function, the client S/W will automatically try to
connect to the previously connected IP address if the network connection is lost.
z Display network statistics: If a user selects this function, the client S/W will display network status,
Bit rate and Frame rate.
z Time Format: Change the mode the Client software displays the time.
Setting Site
The remote DVRs can be added, modified, and removed.
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Setting Event
Set the record path and the size of local disk space for the log files.
z
LOG – Select to save event log into ‘log file’.
z
ICON – Select to display the event on live video.
z
EVENT LIST – Select to show the event in the ‘Event List” window of live mode.
Search and check the recorded log data.
Setting Record
Set the recording conditions and select channels to record.
Select the local disk to use and the amount of disk space you want to allow the program to use for recording.
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9. Network – By an web-browser viewer
The DVR provides a live remote monitoring feature by web-browser viewer.
1. Check the IP address of the DVR from SETUP>SYSTEM>DESCRIPTION>IP ADDRESS.
2. Input the IP address or Domain name address that you pre-registered on www.ddnscenter.com on
the address field and press “Go”.
3. Click this bar. Then the dialog box is displayed.
4. Click “Install” to download ActiveX control.
5. Web Browser Viewer is displayed as bellow.
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6. Click CONNECT button on the Left upper corner of web-viewer. Then “Connect” dialog is displayed.
Enter IP address (or Domain name address that you pre-registered on www.ddnscenter.com), Port
number and Password and click “Connect”
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Server address: Input IP address of the DVR from SETUP>SYSTEM>DESCRIPTION>IP
ADDRESS or Domain name address that you pre-registered on www.ddnscenter.com
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Port: Input Port number (The number sets on SETUP>NETWORK>PORT)
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Password: Input Password “11111111” (The number sets on SETUP>SYSTEM>
NETWORK PASSWORD)
7. Then the cameras connected to the DVR are displayed on the screen.
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10. Network – By Mobile phone viewer
User can access the remote DVR over mobile phone (i-Phone). User doesn’t need to install specific
exclusive viewer or specific codec on the mobile devices. User can monitor video in jpeg format on the
browser.
Web viewer and Mobile-phone web viewer Network access beyond Router
In order to access beyond Router (Firewall), user must open 1 TCP port that is set on NETWORK
> WEB PORT. If this port is not open properly, user can not access DVR using direct Web viewer
or Mobile-phone web viewer. (Example: When NETWORK > WEB PORT is set as 80, 80 TCP port
of IP address of DVR must be open.)
1. Enter the IP address on the URL address window of web browser on mobile phone as below.
http://{ip address | domain name}/mview
2. THE INITIAL SCREEN / CHANNEL SELECTION: When the user enters the IP address or domain
name / user will find the initial screen to select channel as following.
3. Select the channel you want to watch.
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4. Select Channel List
to move to another channel
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APPENDIX: How to connect network
A. How to set IP address of the DVR and open TCP port of the router?
The port forwarding is dependent on the brand and model of the router. The port forwarding is required to
allow access to the DVR beyond a router.
1.
Connect network cable between DVR and Router or ADSL modem.
2.
Default network setting on DVR are
-
3.
Port: 5445, WEB Port : 80,
Network : DHCP
From PC connected in the same Router, find IP address, Gateway, and Subnet mask by IPCONFIG
command in command prompt.
4.
But if IP is something else like 192.168.x.xxx., you should change IP address, Subnet, Gateway on
the DVR. Go to SETUP>NETWORK>LAN of the DVR and change the IP settings to be like IP:
192.168.XXX.XXX and Gateway: 192.168.XXX.XXX. (Refer to the user’s manual of Router.)
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5.
Open your web browser. Enter the router IP address in the address bar (The router IP address are
different with the brand and model.), click GO.
6.
Enter the user name and password (admin is default) and press the OK button.
7.
Select the Port Range Forwarding tab.
8.
Enter the each field.
i.
Application: Enter a description of the DVR (Example: store1)
ii.
Start: Enter the first number of the port you need to port forward (Example: 5445)
iii.
End: Enter the last number of the port you need to port forward (Example: 5445)
iv.
Protocol: Select Both.
v.
IP address: Enter the IP address of the DVR on SETUP>NETWORK>LAN>IP ADDRESS.
vi.
Enable: Check the enable box.
9.
Select the Save settings button located on the bottom of the window. Then Port forwarding is
finished.
Network access beyond a router
In order to access the DVR remotely beyond a router (firewall), the user must open TCP port for command
level, live channels and storage channels. User need to open 2ports numbers.
If the DVR port number is set to 5445, open the TCP port 5445 and 5446 on the router.
If this port is not opened properly, user can not access DVR beyond a router.
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Web viewer and Mobile-phone web viewer Network access beyond Router
In order to access beyond Router (Firewall), user must open 1 TCP port that is set on NETWORK > WEB
PORT. If this port is not open properly, user can not access DVR using direct Web viewer or Mobile-phone
web viewer. (Example: When NETWORK > WEB PORT is set as 80, 80 TCP port of IP address of DVR
must be open.)
You can learn how to port forward many kinds of Routers from the bellow site.
http://www.portforward.com/english/routers/port_forwarding/routerindex.htm
B. How to access DVR from Remote PC?
LAN Connection – Using a switching hub
Connect to the system, using a hub (Switching hub) and an Ethernet cable (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX CAT 5
LAN cable)
1.
Run the pre-install the network client software on the supplied CD. (Refer to Chapter 6. Network
access using the Exclusive network viewer)
2.
Check the IP address from SETUP>SYSTEM>DESCRIPTION of DVR.
3.
Run network client software and click CONNECT button.
4.
Input IP address, Port No., and Password on the connect window. And click OK.
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Internet (ADSL) Connection using DDNS
Connect to the system, using an Router or ADSL modem and an Ethernet cable (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX
CAT 5 LAN cable)
1.
Go to SETUP>NETWORK. Set NETWORK TYPE as DHCP and DDNS SERVER as ON. And make
sure that DDNS SERVER NAME is ddnscenter.com
2.
Go to Setup menu of Router and open TCP port 5445 using Port Forwarding. (Refer to A. How to
set IP address of the DVR and open TCP port of the router?)
3.
Confirm the Mac address and Serial No. from the label of the rear panel of the DVR.
4.
Open the web browser and log on http://www.ddnscenter.com
z
MAC Address: Input the Mac address (EX. 0002690XXXXX) without a space.
z
Serial Number: Input the Serial Number (EX. H0410E1000XXX.) without a space.
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5.
Domain Name: Input Domain Name for your DVR system
6.
Click the DUPLICATION CHECK button to see if the domain name is available.
7.
If you see the screen “You can use the Domain name you entered” then click RETURN and click
REGISTER button to complete the registration.
8.
Run the pre-install the network client software on the supplied CD. (Refer to Chapter 6. Network
access using the Exclusive network viewer)
9.
Click
button and add the DVR as necessary.
z
Site Name: Input the name of the DVR.
z
IP Address: Input the Domain Name that is registered on http://www.ddnscenter.com
(EX. XXXXX.ddnscenter.com)
z
Port Number: Input the port number.
z
Protocol: Select TCP.
z
Password: Input the network password.
Click Connect button. Then the Connect window is displayed.
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10. Select the site that you will access and click OK.
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