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INSTRUCTION MANUAL
22” Wide LCD Screen
All in One System Built-in 8Ch DVR
MODEL: LCD2284DVR, LCD2288DVR, TFT2284C, TFT2288C
Ver. 030309, 041309, 042909, 102609
Copyright © 2007 Clover Electronics U.S.A. All Rights Reserved.
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CONTENTS
ABOUT THIS MANUAL....................................................................................................................... 9
UNPACKING...................................................................................................................................... 11
22” WIDE LCD PANEL BUILT-IN 8 CH DIGITAL VIDEO RECORDER ................................................... 12
FEATURES ........................................................................................................................................ 13
WHAT TO DO AT THE TIME OF INSTALLATION............................................................................ 15
SPECIFICATIONS.............................................................................................................................. 17
INSTALLATION ................................................................................................................................ 19
5-1. CONTROLS AND CONNECTORS............................................................................................. 20
5-2. NOTE FOR INSTALLATION ..................................................................................................... 23
5-3. SYSTEM CONNECTION ........................................................................................................ 24
5-4. INSTALLATION ..................................................................................................................... 25
5-4.1. Camera Connection .......................................................................................................................25
5-4.2. Installation of the Monitor...............................................................................................................25
5-4.2.1. Connection of Composite Monitor ..............................................................................................26
5-4.3. Sensor Connection and RELAY IN &OUT.....................................................................................26
5-4.4. RS485 / RS232C Connection ........................................................................................................27
5-4.5 Connection to an Ethernet Network (Optional)...............................................................................27
5-4.6. POWER CABLE CONNECTION ...................................................................................................28
HOW TO OPERATE ......................................................................................................................... 29
6-1. GENERAL INFORMATION ...................................................................................................... 31
6-2. OPERATING INTERFACE ....................................................................................................... 32
6-3. IR REMOTE CONTROLLER ................................................................................................... 33
6-4. POWER ON/OFF ................................................................................................................. 34
6-4.1. POWER ON ...................................................................................................................................34
6-4.2. STAND-BY POWER MODE BUTTON...........................................................................................34
6-4.3 POWER OFF ..................................................................................................................................34
6-4.4 APPEARANCE OR DISAPPEARANCE OF POWER BUTTON ....................................................35
6-5. MENU BAR ON/OFF ............................................................................................................ 36
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6-6. DISPLAY SCREEN................................................................................................................ 37
6-6.1. FULL SCREEN...............................................................................................................................37
6-6.2. SPLIT SCREENS...........................................................................................................................38
6-7. LIVE ................................................................................................................................. 39
6-7.1. FULL SCREEN...............................................................................................................................39
6-7.2. SPLIT SCREEN .............................................................................................................................39
6-7.3. SEQUENCING SCREENS ............................................................................................................40
6-7.4. LIVE AUDIO ...................................................................................................................................41
6-7.4.1. COMMUNICATION BETWEEN MONITOR AND CLIENT COMPUTER VIA INTERNET .....41
6-7.4.2. COMMUNICATION BETWEEN MONITOR AND CAMERAS ................................................41
6-7.5. ZOOM.............................................................................................................................................43
6-7.6. OSD ON / OFF...............................................................................................................................44
6-7.7. PAN / TILT ......................................................................................................................................45
6-7.8. SYSTEM STATUS..........................................................................................................................47
6-7.9. POWER LOSS LISTS....................................................................................................................48
6-8. RECORD ............................................................................................................................ 52
6-8.1. Manual (Continuous) recording .....................................................................................................52
6-8.2. Manual Event Recording................................................................................................................52
6-8.3. Timer Recording.............................................................................................................................53
6-8.4. Timer Event Recording ..................................................................................................................54
6-8.5. Recording Icons .............................................................................................................................55
6-9. REPLAY ........................................................................................................................... 56
6-9.1. QUICK REPLAY.............................................................................................................................56
6-9.2. REPLAY .........................................................................................................................................56
6-9.2.1. Playback Devices....................................................................................................................57
6-9.2.2. Set the Start Time ...................................................................................................................57
6-9.2.3. Replaying ................................................................................................................................59
6-9.2.4. Disappearance of Replay control buttons ..............................................................................61
6-10. COPY ............................................................................................................................. 63
6-10.1. Copying devices...........................................................................................................................63
6-10.2. Set the Copy Start Time (Copying extent) ...................................................................................64
6-10.3. Set the Copy End Time (Copying extent) ....................................................................................66
6-10.4. Copying the recorded data during replaying ...............................................................................67
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SETUP............................................................................................................................................... 70
7-1. SETUP ............................................................................................................................. 73
7-2. SYSTEM .......................................................................................................................... 74
7-2.1. TIME / DATE ..................................................................................................................................75
7-2.2. SYSTEM CONFIG .........................................................................................................................77
7-2.2.1. FACTORY DEFAULT ..............................................................................................................77
7-2.2.2. LOAD CONFIG / BACKUP CONFIG ......................................................................................78
7-2.3. PASSWORD...................................................................................................................................81
7-2.4. IR REMOTE ID...............................................................................................................................82
7-2.6. SYSTEM INFO...............................................................................................................................83
7-3. DISK MANAGER .............................................................................................................. 84
7-3.1. HDD WRITE FAIL ..........................................................................................................................85
7-3.2. HDD OVERWRITE.........................................................................................................................85
7-3.3. Format ............................................................................................................................................85
7-4. CAMERA.......................................................................................................................... 87
7-4.1. Camera ON/OFF............................................................................................................................88
7-4.2. Camera Name (Camera Title)........................................................................................................88
7-4.3. Buzzer ............................................................................................................................................89
7-4.4. Relay ..............................................................................................................................................89
7-4.5. Pan/Tilt Settings .............................................................................................................................90
7-4.6 Display.............................................................................................................................................94
7-4.7 Sequencing dwell time ....................................................................................................................94
7-5. AUDIO.............................................................................................................................. 95
7-5.1. Audio Recording ON/OFF ..............................................................................................................96
7-5.2. Microphone Volume .......................................................................................................................96
7-6. RECORD.......................................................................................................................... 97
7-6.1. Record ICON Display.....................................................................................................................97
7-6.2. All Manual / Timer recording button ...............................................................................................98
7-6.3. All Motion ON / OFF, Sensitivity and Velocity Setting....................................................................99
7-6.4. All Sensors ON / OFF ..................................................................................................................100
7-6.5. Size (Recording Resolution) ........................................................................................................100
7-6.6. Recording Speed..........................................................................................................................101
7-6.7. Recording Quality.........................................................................................................................102
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7-6.8. Recording Mode...........................................................................................................................103
7-6.8.1. Manual Recording.................................................................................................................103
7-6.8.2. Manual Event Recording ......................................................................................................103
7-6.8.3. Timer Recording (Schedule Recording) ...............................................................................103
7-6.8.4. Timer Event Recording .........................................................................................................103
7-6.9. Recording by Motion Detection....................................................................................................104
7-6.10. Recording by Sensor (PIR Sensor) ........................................................................................... 112
7-7. NETWORK......................................................................................................................115
7-7.1. IP Mode ........................................................................................................................................ 115
7-7.2. GATEWAY, SUBNET, IP ADDRESS ............................................................................................ 116
7-7.3. Port ............................................................................................................................................... 117
7-7.3.1 Port Forwarding ..................................................................................................................... 117
7-7.4. MAC ID......................................................................................................................................... 118
7-7.5. MNS (MAC NAME SERVER) ...................................................................................................... 118
7-7.6. DDNS (DYNAMIC DOMAIN NAME SYSTEM)............................................................................120
7-7.7. HOW TO SETUP AND USE THE DDNS.....................................................................................121
7-7.7.1. Router....................................................................................................................................121
7-7.7.2. Registration to the DDNS server ..........................................................................................122
7-8. VIDEO ENHANCE.......................................................................................................... 123
7-8.1. VIDEO ENHANCEMENT ON EACH CAMERA...........................................................................124
7-8.2. VIDEO ENHANCEMENT ON VGA OUTPUT ..............................................................................125
REMOTE HOST PROGRAM ............................................................................................................. 127
8-1. REMOTE PROGRAM OVERVIEW .......................................................................................... 128
8-2. INSTALLING THE PROGRAM TO PC...................................................................................... 129
8-3. INTERNET EXPLORER ........................................................................................................ 130
8-4. REMOTE HOST ................................................................................................................. 132
8-4.1. Setup ............................................................................................................................................133
8-4.2. Connection ...................................................................................................................................135
8-4.3. Switch the Normal Screen to Full Screen....................................................................................136
8-4.4. Speaker / Microphone ..................................................................................................................137
8-4.5. Copy .............................................................................................................................................138
8-5. PLAYER ......................................................................................................................... 140
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HDD INSTALLATION ...................................................................................................................... 147
9-1. HDD (HARD DISK DRIVE) INSTALLATION ........................................................................ 148
APPENDIX ....................................................................................................................................... 153
RECORDING TIME TABLE ........................................................................................................... 154
FACTORY DEFAULT SETTINGS .................................................................................................... 155
FAQ ................................................................................................................................................. 159
I CANNOT LOGIN ...................................................................................................................... 160
LIMITED 1YEAR WARRANTY ......................................................................................................... 161
HOW TO OBTAIN FACTORY SERVICE ........................................................................................... 162
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About this manual
This is the Instruction Manual for 22” Wide TFT-LCD monitor built-in 8Ch DVR system,
Model LCD2284DVR, LCD2288DVR, TFT2284C and TFT2288C.
The last digit of the model numbers (e.g.: 4 and 8) represent the number of cameras
included in the system.
This Manual describes how to install and operate the 22” Wide TFT-LCD monitor built-in
8Ch DVR system and provides specifications and features.
Please read this manual thoroughly and follow the installation process before using the
system (Note: Be sure to correctly follow step 3. What to do at the time of installation).
Contact our distributors or dealers when you have any queries.
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Unpacking
Care should be taken when unpacking to avoid damaging the system.
Please check that the following items are included:
USB Mouse
22” LCD Monitor built-in 8 Ch DVR
AC Power Cable
2-Indoor camera with C-mount lens
Instruction Manual
2-Outdoor camera with mounting bracket
Host Program (ComboViewer) on CD
RJ-45 Cable
2-Mounting bracket for indoor cameras
Warranty registration card
4-6pin Din 60’ cables
Remote Controller
Quick setup guide
2-Batteries
2-Screws & Wall studs
Note: Contact your dealer immediately if any components are missing.
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22” Wide LCD Panel Built-in 8 Ch Digital Video Recorder
LCD2284DVR (LCD2288DVR, TFT2284C or TFT2288C) is the most reliable and functional
embedded DVR system available today. The system displays 8 channels of live images in Real
Time speed, compresses data digitally and records them to the Hard Disk Drive, which can be
replayed and searched easily any time.
The LCD2284DVR (LCD2288DVR, TFT2284C or TFT2288C) supports easy back up via USB
port, external Hard Disk Drive and networking in both static & dynamic IP modes.
User can remotely view live images or search the recorded images.
Under emergency situation, the remote operator can control, turn on and turn off the field
installed alarms, such as a siren or light.
It is a very user- friendly DVR system. User can control the LCD2284DVR (LCD2288DVR,
TFT2284C or TFT2288C) by Mouse or Buttons on the front panel or Remote controller.
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Features
▶ 22” Wide Screen
- High resolution TFT-LCD 1,680 x 1,050, Contrast ratio 1,000:1, Response time 5 msec
▶ Multi Functional Record
- Powerful, multiple Record Modes available: Manual (Continuous), Timer, and Motion
Detection Recording.
▶ User friendly GUI
- A few simple buttons for Easy control.
▶ Automatic System Recovery
- Automatic and Complete System recovery within 10 seconds.
▶ Easy PTZ control via RS port
- No need to use PTZ controller
- PTZ control from remote PC
▶ Networking
- DHCP based automatic network set-up-Easy Network Configuration from Dynamic IP to
Dynamic IP
- Support TCP/IP and Remote Control on all DVR features
- Up to 10 users can remote access the system through ComboViewer (GUI) or Internet
Explorer simultaneously.
- DDNS support
▶ MPEG-4 Algorithm Compression
-The most advanced compression available today.
▶ High Resolution DVR 720 x 480
- Real time display 240 Frames/sec
- Recording speed 240 Frames/sec based on 720x240
- Programmable display resolution and recording speed on each channel
▶ 2 Way Audio
- Communicate between the system and cameras or between the system and client
computer through the internet
▶ Easy Data Playback in any PC
- Back Up data convertible to AVI file format.
▶ Back UP
- External HDD, Stick memory, and through network access.
▶ Desktop or Wall-mountable
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What to do at the time of
Installation
The system should be installed in the following order;
1. Make sure all the required hardware is available.
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22” wide TFT-LCD monitor built-in 8 Ch DVR
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Up to 8 cameras ((Refer to the retail box for the number of camera in the
system).
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CCTV monitor or TV set if necessary
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Network cable if connecting to a PC
2. Connect the cameras to the monitor (Refer to Fig 5-3).
4. Confirm if live video is displayed on the monitor before going to the next step.
5. Select the Setup Menu and set current date and time (Refer to Section 7-2.1).
6. Run the FACTORY DEFAULT setting in the SYSTEM menu.
7. Perform HDD formatting.
8. Escape from Setup Menu.
9. Set values for required options.
10. Network cable should be connected to the monitor before turning the power on.
Refer to Fig 5-7 for the cable specification.
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Specifications
VIDEO SIGNAL
VIDEO FEATURES
AUDIO FEATURES
ITEM
Television System
Refresh Rate
Video Resolution
Video Inputs
Video Input Signal
Video Output
Video Output Signal
Live
Zoom
Sequence
Display Format
Camera Video enhance
LCD Display enhance
G.723
Recording Speed
Recording resolution
DESCRIPTIONS
NTSC
PAL
60 fields/sec
50 fields/sec
720x480
720x576
8- 6pin Din Cameras or 8- BNC Cameras
Composite 1.0 Vp-p 75 Ohms
1- Composite output
Composite 1.0 Vp-p 75 Ohms
240 Frames/sec display
200 Frames/sec display
2 times digital
Sequence display in Full size
1 screen(full), Quad pages split, 9 split pages, 16 split
Brightness, Contrast control on each cameras
Brightness, Contrast, saturation, 4:3 or 16;9 selectable
4ch Input / 1ch Output
240 Frames/sec
200 Frames/sec
720x480,720x240,360x240
(NTSC)
720x576,720x288,360x288 (PAL)
Mpeg4
Timer, Motion, Alarm, Manual individually set
0~30 sec
SATA HDD(Auto overwrite)
/
Codec
Recording
Pre record
Material
Manual, Timer ,Motion, Alarm, Each Fast x128 , Slow, Forward, Reverse, Frame by Frame
SEARCH
Camera, All Camera
External
HDD, USB memory, Each Camera, ALL Cameras, Time range
BACKUP
through Network
Recorded data lock Data protection in overwrite HDD
Time range, Back up
RGB 24bit full color
USER INTERFACE GUI
Operating interface
Mouse, Keypad, IR remote controller, Network
NETWORK
Ethernet 10/100M Auto
TCP/IP, DHCP, MNS server
Alarm, Motion, Record ON/OFF, Replay, HDD Fail, Video
EMAIL
SMTP
Server
loss, Power Loss...etc
NOTIFICATION
Remote viewer
Same as DVR monitor (Mouse or Key button)
PC Program
External HDD, USB memory, Internal HDD (Replay,
PC Player
Convert, Copy, Print)
USB
USB 2.0
for external DVD R/W, CD R/W, HDD, USB memory
SERIAL
RS485
8 camera Pan/Tilt, Remote control
Alarm Inputs
8 Inputs
Alarm Outputs
1 Relay Output(1A max)
ALARM
Alarm Latch up
1~30 sec
Buzzer Out
On/Off
HDD
SATA
Refer to the retail box
Input Voltage
AC 110V/ 220V 50~60Hz (Free voltage)
POWER
Power consumption
Approx. 130W
Video Inputs
8- 6pin DIN & 8 BNC
Video Output
1 RCA for slave monitor
Audio Output
1 RCA for Speaker
Alarm In: 9pin terminal block, Alarm Out: 3pin terminal
CONNECTORS
Alarm In/Out
block
RS485
2pin terminal block
Ethernet
RJ45
Mouse
USB mouse
531(W)x440(H)x79(D),
531(W)x446(H)x230(D):
with
Dimension(m/m)
MECHANICAL
mounting bracket
Weight
Approx. 19 Lbs
RECORD
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ENVIRONMENT
LCD
Operating Temperature
Humidity
Display
Pixel Pitch
Active Display Area
Display Colors
Display Mode
Pixel Arrangement
Luminance of White
Contrast Ratio(Center)
Viewing Angle L/R/T/B
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
0 ~ 60°C
10 ~ 60%
22” TFT LCD active matrix
0.282(H) x 0.282(V) mm
473.76(H) x 296.1(V) mm
16.7M (Hi-FRC)
Normally White
RGB vertical stripe
300 cd/㎡
1000 : 1
80 / 80 / 80 / 80 degrees
0℃ ~ 60℃
-25℃ ~ 60℃
[Fig.4-1 Specifications]
Design and the specifications are subject to change without notice.
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CONTENTS
5-1. CONTROLS AND CONNECTORS ................................................................................20
5-2. NOTE FOR INSTALLATION ..........................................................................................23
5-3. SYSTEM CONNECTION...............................................................................................24
5-4. INSTALLATION .............................................................................................................25
5-4.1. CAMERA CONNECTION .............................................................................................25
5-4.2. INSTALLATION OF THE MONITOR ................................................................................25
5-4.2.1. CONNECTION OF COMPOSITE MONITOR ............................................................26
5-4.3. SENSOR CONNECTION AND RELAY IN &OUT ...........................................................26
5-4.4. RS485 / RS232C CONNECTION ..............................................................................27
5-4.5 CONNECTION TO AN ETHERNET NETWORK (OPTIONAL) ...............................................27
5-4.6. POWER CABLE CONNECTION ...........................................................................28
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5-1. Controls and Connectors
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Front
A
[Fig. 5-1 Front View]
1
-A
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11
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5
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1. Stand-by Power Mode Button
- Turn the LCD Panel (Screen) On or Off
- Even though the LCD Screen is turned off by pressing this button, the system will be
continued to work.
2. REC Key
- Press this key to start recording.
- In order to stop recording, click the REC button on the MENU Bar and the following message
will be appeared. Click the OK button.
3. MENU / ENTER Key
- This key along with (+), (-), and Exit key are used for Video enhancement on VGA output
(See section 7-8.2 for more detailed information).
4. EXIT Key
See section 7-8.2 for information.
5. TALK Key
See section 6-7.4.2 for information.
6. VOLUME / DATA (+) Key
- Used to increase Audio Volume for the system.
- See section 7-8.2 for additional information.
7. VOLUME / DATA (-) Key
- Used to decrease Audio Volume for the system.
- See section 7-8.2 for additional information.
8. BACK UP LED
- The red LED will blink when the system is in the copying mode.
9. PLAY LED
- The green LED will blink when the system is in the playing mode.
10. REC LED
- The red LED will blink when the system is in the recording mode.
11. TIMER LED
- The red LED will blink when the system is in the timer recording mode.
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12. ALARM LED
- The green LED will blink when an alarm is activated or video loss.
13. POWER LED
- The red LED is lit when the Power switch on the rear of the system is ON.
z
Rear
USB PORT
POWER INPUT
POWER SWITCH
[Fig. 5-2 Rear View]
A
-A
COMPOSITE
- VIDEO OUT
- AUDIO OUT
ETHERNET
CAMERA IN (BNC
USB CONNECTOR
ALARM OUT,
RS485 / RS232
ALARM INPUT
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5-2. Note for Installation
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Install the system according to the instructions described in this manual.
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The 22” LCD monitor built-in 8Ch DVR and Indoor Cameras are designed for indoor
use and should not be used outdoors.
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Avoid any area with high humidity or dust which can shorten lifetime of the system.
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Choose a well ventilated area and keep minimum of 10” away from obstructions. Do not
place the system near heat generating devices.
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Avoid any area with movement as this can interfere with the internal Hard Drive.
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Use a compatible input/output signal type of cameras and monitor.
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Contact your dealer if you have any problems in regards to the installation of this system.
The Warranty may be voided in case of unauthorized disassembling, abuse or modification.
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5-3. System Connection
[Fig 5-3 System Connection]
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5-4. Installation
5-4.1. Camera Connection
▫ Connection of 6pin MINI DIN Cameras
Connect the supplied cameras to the Camera Input (6pin mini DIN jack) on the back of the
system as shown in [Fig. 5-2 Rear View].
▫ Connection of BNC Cameras
Connect the BNC cameras (not included) to the Camera Input (BNC connector) on the back
of the system as shown in [Fig. 5-2 Rear View].
5-4.2. Installation of the Monitor
[Fig. 5-3-1 Releasing the Lever]
[Fig. 5-3-2 Locking the Lever]
▫ Desktop
- Pull the Lever to the left as shown in [Fig.5-3-1] and move the panel forward or backward until
getting the proper angle of panel (screen) for viewing.
- Release the Lever and push it to the right as shown in [Fig.5-3-2] for locking the mounting
bracket.
▫ Installation of the system on the wall
- Remove the screw cover on the top of the mounting bracket.
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- Place the system on the flat surface with soft fabric and set the proper angle of panel
(screen) as shown [Fig.5-3-2].
- Attach the mounting bracket to the desired location on the wall. Locate wall studs and
securely fix the mounting bracket with the supplied screws.
Note:
- Pay attention to not make scratches or dents on the surface of panel (screen)
during installation of the system.
- In case of this, the warranty will be voided.
5-4.2.1. Connection of Composite Monitor
If necessary, connect the composite Video Output (yellow RCA) and Audio Output (white
RCA) to Video IN and Audio IN on a composite monitor or TV (RCA cable: not included).
5-4.3. Sensor Connection and RELAY IN &OUT
▫ SENSOR Connection (SENSOR IN)
Connect up to 8 sensors to ALM (SENSOR) IN. The Sensors should be contactor type and
support NO (Normal Open).
[Fig 5-4 SENSOR IN PIN]
▫ ALARM OUT Connection
When necessary, use ALARM OUT. The ALARM OUTPUT is a relay contactor type and
supports NO (Normal Open) and NC (Normal Close). The Output capacity is 220V 1A. A
higher capacity can cause system failure.
RS-485
[Fig 5-5]
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5-4.4. RS485 / RS232C Connection
▫ Connect the cable to the “RS485 / RS232C PORT” on the rear of the system.
Specification of the RS232C connector is standard for “DSUB9”
The Maximum Length of cable is 45 ft. When you want to use a longer distance, use “RS323
to RS422” converter
Refer to [Fig 5-6] for connection of Connector PIN
RS-485
[Fig 5-6]
5-4.5 Connection to an Ethernet Network (Optional)
▫ Connecting the cable to Ethernet.
Our Ethernet connector is a RJ45 type. The maximum cable length is 300 ft. When you want
to use a longer cable, we suggest using repeater.
Refer to [Fig. 5-7] for connector pin configuration.
[Fig 5-7]
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5-4.6. POWER CABLE CONNECTION
Connect the provided AC power cable to the monitor and an AC outlet. AC input voltage is AC
110V to 220V 50/60Hz.
It should not be shared with other electrical equipment on the same line.
Frequent power cuts can cause crucial failures, so if you have an unstable power source we
recommend the use of an Uninterrupted Power Supply or other backup power source.
POWER INPUT &
POWER SWITCH
CAMERA IN
EACH 12VDC. MAX 0.25A. 3W
CH 1
CH 2
CH 3
CH 4
CH 5
SLAVE
CH 6
CH 7
CH 8
V/O
A/O
ETHERNET
USB 1
ALARM IN
ALARM OUT
RS485
RS232
USB 2
CH 13
CH 14
CH 15
CH 16
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 G
-
CH 12
+
CH 11
GND
TX
RX
CH 10
GND
N/O
COM
N/C
CH 9
[Fig.5-8 Power cable connection]
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CONTENTS
6-1. GENERAL INFORMATION............................................................................................... 31
6-2. OPERATING INTERFACE................................................................................................ 32
6-3. IR REMOTE CONTROLLER ............................................................................................ 33
6-4. POWER ON/OFF ............................................................................................................. 34
6-4.1. POWER ON .............................................................................................................. 34
6-4.2. STAND-BY POWER MODE BUTTON ....................................................................... 34
6-4.3 POWER OFF.............................................................................................................. 34
6-4.4 APPEARANCE OR DISAPPEARANCE OF POWER BUTTON................................... 35
6-5. MENU BAR ON/OFF ........................................................................................................ 36
6-6. DISPLAY SCREEN........................................................................................................... 37
6-6.1. FULL SCREEN.......................................................................................................... 37
6-6.2. SPLIT SCREENS ...................................................................................................... 38
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6-7. LIVE ..............................................................................................................................39
6-7.1. FULL SCREEN .....................................................................................................39
6-7.2. SPLIT SCREEN ....................................................................................................39
6-7.3. SEQUENCING SCREENS....................................................................................40
6-7.4. LIVE AUDIO ..........................................................................................................41
6-7.4.1. COMMUNICATION BETWEEN MONITOR AND CLIENT COMPUTER VIA
INTERNET.................................................................................................................41
6-7.4.2. COMMUNICATION BETWEEN MONITOR AND CAMERAS.........................41
6-7.5. ZOOM ...................................................................................................................43
6-7.6. OSD ON / OFF ......................................................................................................44
6-7.7. PAN / TILT .............................................................................................................45
6-7.8. SYSTEM STATUS.................................................................................................47
6-7.9. POWER LOSS LISTS ...........................................................................................48
6-8. RECORD.......................................................................................................................52
6-8.1. MANUAL (CONTINUOUS) RECORDING ........................................................................52
6-8.2. MANUAL EVENT RECORDING ....................................................................................52
6-8.3. TIMER RECORDING ..................................................................................................53
6-8.4. TIMER EVENT RECORDING .......................................................................................54
6-8.5. RECORDING ICONS ..................................................................................................55
6-9. REPLAY ........................................................................................................................56
6-9.1. QUICK REPLAY....................................................................................................56
6-9.2. REPLAY................................................................................................................56
6-9.2.1. PLAYBACK DEVICES.........................................................................................57
6-9.2.2. SET THE START TIME .......................................................................................57
6-9.2.3. REPLAYING .....................................................................................................59
6-9.2.4. DISAPPEARANCE OF REPLAY CONTROL BUTTONS ...............................................61
6-10. COPY ..........................................................................................................................63
6-10.1. COPYING DEVICES .................................................................................................63
6-10.2. SET THE COPY START TIME (COPYING EXTENT) .......................................................64
6-10.3. SET THE COPY END TIME (COPYING EXTENT) ..........................................................66
6-10.4. COPYING THE RECORDED DATA DURING REPLAYING ..................................................67
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6-1. General Information
▫ You can operate all functions of the system by using the supplied remote controller or the
mouse and partly with the keys on the bottom of the system. Additionally, you can remotely
control the system via RS-422C or the Ethernet port located on the back of the system.
▫ System status is indicated by LED lights on the front panel of the system.
▫ The system is protected from any accidental pressing of any operator buttons, but care
should be taken when using the functions of HDD Formatting as this can lead to data loss.
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6-2. Operating Interface
There are 3 ways to operate the system by pressing the buttons on the bottom of the system
or buttons on the remote controller and clicking the mouse. A lot of users mostly prefer to use
a mouse on these kinds of products such as DVRs, computers and computer-aided devices.
Therefore we would like to describe all the instructions in this manual based on using the
mouse.
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6-3. IR Remote Controller
1. POWER / STANDBY
1
2. REC
2, 3, 4, 5
3. STATUS
4. ZOOM
5. FREEZE
7
6
6. No.1~16 Channel (Full Screen)
8
or IR ID Number
9
10
7. Display format (Split)
8. IR ID Set
11, 12, 13, 14, 15
9. MENU
10. ESC
16
17
18
19
11. UP
12. DOWN
13. LEFT
20, 21, 22, 23
14. RIGHT
15. ENTER
16. SEARCH / PLAY
17. STOP
18. FF, REW
19. Movement forward or backward
by 1 Field.
20. QUICK SEARCH
21. PAN / TILT
[Fig.6-1 IR Remote Controller]
22. ZOOM / FOCUS
23. FUNC
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6-4. Power On/Off
6-4.1. POWER ON
On the rear panel:
Turn on the POWER switch on the rear panel (See Fig.5-2). The LED on the front panel is lit
when the POWER switch is ON.
By Stand-by Power Mode Button
Press this button on the front panel (See Fig.5-1) to turn ON the system when the POWER
(MAIN) switch is turned ON and the Stand-by Power Mode Button is turned OFF.
6-4.2. STAND-BY POWER MODE BUTTON
In order to extend the lifetime of the LCD screen and the backlights inside the monitor, press
(less than 1 second) the POWER button located on the front panel (See Fig.5-1) to turn OFF
if you don’t need to observe the system for a long time. The system will continue recording
when it is in the recording mode even though the Stand-by Power Mode Button is turned
OFF.
6-4.3 POWER OFF
By pressing the Stand-by Power Mode Button:
Press the POWER button on the front panel for 3 seconds and then the POWER OFF
message as shown in [Fig.6-2] will be displayed on the screen.
▫ Click the OK button to turn the power OFF.
On the remote controller:
Press the POWER button on the remote controller and then the following message will be
displayed on the screen.
[Fig.6-2Message of POWER off]
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▫ Press the ENTER button to turn the power OFF.
By clicking the mouse:
▫ Click the POWER OFF button on the MENU bar (See Fig.6-3) and then the message (See
Fig.6-2)
will be displayed on the screen.
▫ Click the OK button to turn the power OFF.
[Fig.6-3 POWER button on MENU bar]
6-4.4 APPEARANCE OR DISAPPEARANCE OF POWER BUTTON
The Power On/Off button and the Audio buttons (See section 6-7.4) as shown in [Fig.6-3-1] will
always stay on the MENU bar when the system is not connected through the COMBO
VIEWER (Client Host Program or Internet Explorer). But the Power On/Off button and the
Audio buttons on the MENU bar as shown in [Fig.6-3-1] will be disappeared on the screen of
the system and the client’s computer when the system is connected through the COMBO
VIEWER and the mouse pointer is on the COMBO VIEWER [See Fig. 6-3-2].
We designed this function so that users can not turn the power On/Off or control the audio
functions on the DVR system through internet.
[Fig.6-3-1 Power & Audio buttons]
[Fig.6-3-2 No Power & Audio buttons]
To appear the buttons (See Fig.6-3-1) on the MENU bar: just move the Mousepointer on the screen of the system only, not on the COMBO VIEWER.
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6-5. Menu Bar On/Off
Right-click on the screen in the LIVE or the RECORD mode. The MENU bar will be appeared
and then displayed for 15 seconds. Right-click again, then it will be disappeared.
CLICK
CLICK
[Fig.6-4 LIVE Screen]
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6-6. Display Screen
6-6.1. FULL SCREEN
SEQUENCE ICON
RECORD ICON
CAMERA TITLE
[Fig.6-5 FULL screen]
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6-6.2. SPLIT SCREENS
SEQUENCING SCREEN
FULL SCREEN
[4B] 2nd QUAD SCREEN
[4A] 1st QUAD SCREEN
8 SPLIT SCREEN
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6-7. LIVE
6-7.1. FULL SCREEN
▫ A Full SCREEN is available in the LIVE mode or the RECORD mode.
▫ Click on a certain camera’s screen in the LIVE mode or in the RECORD mode and then a
FULL SCREEN will be displayed.
▫ Click the FULL screen to return to the SPLIT SCREEN.
6-7.2. SPLIT SCREEN
▫ A SPLIT SCREEN is available in the LIVE mode or the RECORD mode.
▫ Click the DISPLAY icon on the MENU bar and then the pop-up screen will be displayed
(See Fig.6-6).
▫ Click one of the SPLIT screens on the pop-up screen.
[Fig.6-6 DISPLAY pop-up screen]
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6-7.3. SEQUENCING SCREENS
▫ Displaying the cameras in SEQUENCE is available in the LIVE
mode or the RECORD mode.
Each of the channels will be displayed in sequence and the dwell
time can be adjusted in the camera set up menu (Refer to section
7-4.7).
▫
This ICON is displayed in the upper left hand corner of the screen while the system is in
the Sequencing Mode.
▫ Click a Full screen to return to the SPLIT screen while the system is sequencing.
[Fig. 6-7 LIVE Menu DISPLAY pop-up window]
[Fig. 6-8 SEQUENCING screen]
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6-7.4. LIVE AUDIO
▫ The basic system (LCD2284DVR) includes two indoor cameras built-in two way audio and
two outdoor cameras built-in one way audio and IR LEDs (Infrared) to view objects in the
darkness. Audio functions up to 4 cameras.
▫ To listen, click the CHANNEL button on the MENU bar as shown below (See Fig.6-9). The
CHANNEL can be changed by clicking the mouse repeatedly.
▫ Turn the AUDIO (speaker) ON by clicking the SPEAKER icon as shown below (See Fig.69).
If the ICON turns in red by clicking, it represents that the AUDIO is turned OFF and if it
turns in yellow, it represents that the AUDIO is turned ON.
▫ Adjust Audio Volume by Clicking the ▲ or the ▼ button when the AUDIO is turned ON.
CHANNEL
AUDIO ON / OFF
VOLUME Control
[Fig. 6-9 Audio buttons]
6-7.4.1. COMMUNICATION BETWEEN MONITOR AND CLIENT COMPUTER VIA INTERNET
▫ This system is normally in listening mode between the LCD monitor and your computer
through the Internet (GUI or Internet Explorer). In order to communicate between the
system and your computer, connect a head phone or a microphone and a speaker to the
computer. Adjust the Speaker and the Microphone volume on the ComboViewer (GUI) or
Internet Explorer by clicking the amount of volume (See section 8-4.4 Speaker /
Microphone).
▫ Don’t forget to turn the AUDIO (speaker) ON by clicking the SPEAKER icon on the MENU
bar (See section 6-7.4 for more information) on the system.
6-7.4.2. COMMUNICATION BETWEEN MONITOR AND CAMERAS
▫ Turn the AUDIO (speaker) ON by clicking the SPEAKER icon on the MENU bar (See 67.4 for more information).
▫ To communicate (two way Audio) with a camera, select one out of two Indoor cameras by
clicking the CHANNEL button on the MENU bar and press the TALK button on the bottom
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of the system.
▫ To listen only (one way Audio), select one out of indoor/outdoor cameras by clicking the
CHANNEL button on the MENU bar.
Note:
- It is impossible to communicate between the system and the cameras as long as
the COMBO VIEWER (GUI) is being executed, even though the Speaker and the
Microphone are turned Off.
- Exit the COMBO VIEWER by clicking the Exit button on the GUI in order to
communicate between the system and the cameras.
- In order to listen to the recorded audio in the playback mode, select the
corresponding channel to make it a full screen.
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6-7.5. ZOOM
The image on the screen will be zoomed up to 2 times when the ZOOM button is clicked in
the LIVE mode (This function is available on the full screen mode only).
▫ Click the ZOOM button on the MENU bar in the LIVE mode.
▫ Move the mouse on the ZOOMED screen, and then the 8-directional arrow marks will be
appeared as shown below [Fig.6-10].
▫ Click the
(EXIT) button to return to the LIVE Mode.
[Fig. 6-10 ZOOMED screen]
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6-7.6. OSD ON / OFF
OSD ON /OFF is possible in the LIVE mode or RECORD mode.
▫ Click the OSD button on the MENU bar to turn the OSD (On Screen Display) ON or OFF.
When the OSD is in OFF position, all the texts on the screen will be disappeared.
CAM 01
CAM 02
CAM 03
CAM 01
CAM 02
CAM 03
CAM 01
CAM 02
2007/05/25 19:30: 41
[Fig.6-11 OSD ON SCREEN]
[Fig.6-12 OSD OFF SCREEN]
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6-7.7. PAN / TILT
▫ Click the PAN/TILT button on the MENU bar in the LIVE mode to access the PAN/TILT
cameras.
▫ Click the
(EXIT) button to return to the LIVE mode.
[Fig.6-13 PAN/TILT button]
[Fig.6-14 PAN/TILT window]
PAN / TILT
PRESET
ZOOM /
CHANNEL
LEFT
RIGHT
[Fig.6-15 PAN/TILT CONTROL
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▫ Channel Selection and Screen Conversion
To change a channel, press the CHANNEL button on the remote controller or click the
CHANNEL button on the [Fig.6-15 PAN /TILT CONTROL window].
It will be converted a full screen.
To return to the LIVE mode, press the SPLIT button on the remote controller or click the
(EXIT) button.
▫ ZOOM / FOCUS
Control the ZOOM and FOCUS of PAN/TILT camera.
Click the ZOOM/FOCUS button on the PAN/TILT CONTROL window [Fig.6-15 PAN / TILT
CONTROL window]
or press the UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT button on the remote controller.
▫ Button of PAN/TILT Control window
Move the PAN/TILT window as shown in Fig.6-15 by clicking the Left or Right button if
necessary.
▫ PAN / TILT
Control the PAN and TILT of PAN/TILT camera.
Click the PAN/TILT Button on the PAN/TILT CONTROL window [Fig.6-15 PAN / TILT CONTROL
window]
or press the UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT button on the remote controller.
▫ PRESET
[Fig.6-15-1 Preset Menu]
It is a function to preset the PTZ camera(s) which you wish to monitor frequently.
Preset Setup
- Select a position of camera you wish to preset and click the SET button in Fig.6-15-1.
- Click the number(s) for the current position of camera.
- To delete the numbers by using ← button.
Preset Execution
Click the number(s) which you preset and click GO button to move the camera.
* If you preset the number again, the previous setup is not available and only current
setup is available.
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6-7.8. SYSTEM STATUS
▫ Click the SYSTEM STATUS button on the MENU bar to see the system status as shown
below [Fig.6-16].
▫ Click the
(EXIT) button to return to the LIVE mode or RECORD mode.
[Fig.6-16 SYSTEM STATUS button]
[Fig.6-17 SYSTEM STATUS window]
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6-7.9. POWER LOSS LISTS
The list indicates the time/date when the system power was turned OFF.
▫ Click the POWER LOSS LISTS button on the SYSTEM STATUS window to view the
POWER LOSS LISTS.
▫ Each of the pages contains 10 lists. You can search the pages by clicking the UP/DOWN
button.
▫ Click the
(EXIT) button to return to the LIVE or RECORD mode.
[Fig.6-18 POWER LOSS LISTS window]
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▫ CLEAR LISTS button
Click the CLEAR LISTS button to clear the lists, you will be prompted to confirm changes.
When you click the OK button, the POWER LOSS LISTS will be deleted.
To cancel, click the CANCEL button
Fig.6-19 POWER LOSS LISTS Message
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6-7.10. VIDEO LOSS LIST
The list indicates the video loss channel and the time/date when the video signal was
disconnected.
▫ Click the VIDEO LOSS LISTS button on the SYSTEM STATUS window to view the VIDEO
LOSS LISTS.
▫ Each of the pages contains 4 lists. You can search the pages by clicking the UP/DOWN
button.
▫ Click the
(EXIT) button to return to the LIVE or RECORD mode.
[Fig.6-20 VIDEO LOSS LISTS window]
[Fig.6-21 VIDEO LOSS window]
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▫ CLEAR LISTS button
Click the CLEAR LISTS button to clear the lists, you will be prompted to confirm changes.
When you click the OK button, the VIDEO LOSS LISTS will be deleted.
To cancel, click the CANCEL button
[Fig.6-22 VIDEO LOSS LISTS Message window]
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6-8. Record
This system provides Watchdog function.
When power goes off during recording and then the power turns on, the system will automatically
start recording.
6-8.1. Manual (Continuous) recording
▫ Click the SETUP icon on the MENU bar in the LIVE mode.
▫ Click the RECORD button in the SETUP menu and the RECORD window will be displayed.
▫ Select the MANUAL RECORDING (
) between the MANUAL RECORDING (
)
and the TIMER RECORDING (
) as shown in [Fig.6-23]. All channels can be set at the
same time by clicking the ALL (
) or each of the channels can be set by clicking
the MANUAL RECORDING (
The MOTION (
) on the CAM 1 through CAM 8.
) and SENSOR (
) as shown in [Fig.6-23] should be turned OFF
in this recording mode.
▫ Press the RECORD button on the remote controller or click the RECORD icon on the
MENU bar.
[Fig.6-23. Manual Recording setup]
6-8.2. Manual Event Recording
▫ Click the SETUP icon on the MENU bar in the LIVE mode.
▫ Click the RECORD button in the SETUP menu and the RECORD window will be displayed.
▫ Select the MANUAL RECORDING (
) between the MANUAL RECORDING (
)
and the TIMER RECORDING (
) as shown in [Fig.6-24]. All channels can be set at the
same time by clicking the ALL (
) or each of the channels can be set by clicking
the MANUAL RECORDING (
) on the CAM 1 through CAM 8.
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The MOTION (
) or SENSOR (
) as shown in [Fig.6-24] should be turned ON in
this recording mode.
▫ Press the RECORD button on the remote controller or click the RECORD icon on the
MENU bar.
[Fig.6-24 Manual Event Recording setup]
6-8.3. Timer Recording
▫ Click the SETUP icon on the MENU bar in the LIVE mode.
▫ Click the RECORD button in the SETUP menu and the RECORD window will be displayed.
▫ Select the TIMER RECORDING (
) between the MANUAL RECORDING (
)
and the TIMER RECORDING (
) as shown in [Fig.6-25]. All channels can be set at the
same time by clicking the ALL (
) or each of the channels can be set by clicking
the TIMER RECORDING (
The MOTION (
) on the CAM 1 through CAM 8.
) and SENSOR (
) as shown in [Fig.6-25] should be turned OFF
in this recording mode.
▫ Choose one among WEEKDAY, SATURDAY and SUNDAY in the TIMER menu by clicking
the mouse on (
) that turns to (
). You can choose the value
or
by repeatedly clicking the mouse.
▫ Select the Starting Time and Ending Time by clicking the mouse, change the values with
the mouse’s wheel and click the mouse again on the changed values to complete as
shown in [Fig.6-27]. The recording time can be set in military hour mode (24hour).
▫ Press the RECORD button on the remote controller or click the RECORD icon on the
MENU bar.
[Fig.6-25 Timer Recording setup]
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6-8.4. Timer Event Recording
▫ Click the SETUP icon on the MENU bar in the LIVE mode.
▫ Click the RECORD button in the SETUP menu and the RECORD window will be displayed.
▫ Select the TIMER RECORDING (
) between the MANUAL RECORDING (
)
and the TIMER RECORDING (
) as shown in [Fig.6-26]. All channels can be set at the
same time by clicking the ALL (
) or each of the channels can be set by clicking
the TIMER RECORDING (
The MOTION (
) on the CAM 1 through CAM 8.
) or SENSOR (
) as shown in [Fig.6-26] should be turned ON in
this recording mode.
▫ Choose one among WEEKDAY, SATURDAY and SUNDAY in the TIMER menu by clicking
the mouse on (
) that turns to (
). You can choose the value
or
by repeatedly clicking the mouse.
▫ Select the Starting Time and Ending Time by clicking the mouse, change the values with
the mouse’s wheel and click the mouse again on the changed values to complete as
shown in [Fig.6-27]. The recording time can be set in military hour mode (24hour).
▫ Press the RECORD button on the remote controller or click the RECORD icon on the
MENU bar.
[Fig.6-26 Timer Event Recording setup]
[Fig.6-27 Example for Timer Recording]
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6-8.5. Recording Icons
The Recording Icons depends on recording modes are displayed in the upper left hand
corner of the screen.
▫ To turn the Recording Icon OFF, click the DISPLAY ON in the RECORD menu and then it
will be turned OFF. You can select the value ON or OFF by repeatedly clicking the mouse.
Manual (Continuous) Recording
Event Recording Ready
MOTION Event Recording
SENSOR Event Recording
[Fig.6-28 Recording Icons]
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6-9. REPLAY
6-9.1. QUICK REPLAY
It is available only by pressing the QICK SEARCH button on the remote controller.
▫ Press the PLAY button, then the recent recorded data will be played.
6-9.2. REPLAY
▫ Click the REPLAY icon on the MENU bar, then the REPLAY window as shown in [Fig.6-29]
will be displayed.
▫ Click the
(EXIT) button to return to the previous mode.
[Fig.6-29 REPLAY window]
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6-9.2.1. Playback Devices
In order to playback, plug the USB devices such as external USB HDD, USB memory or
USB 2.0 DVD-RW (or CD-R/W) to the USB port or insert a recorded media (CD-R/W or
DVD-R/W) into the DVD-R/W drive.
When the devices are ready to playback, the Ready on the corresponding devices will be
displayed in shown in [Fig.6-30].
▫ Click the mouse on a device among HDD, USB, CD-R/W and DVD-R/W that is displaying
the Ready (See Fig.6-30). The corresponding LED will be lit in red when the device is
selected.
HDD
USB
CD-RW
DVD-RW
[Fig.6-30 REPLAY DEVICE button]
6-9.2.2. Set the Start Time
▫ Select the Date (year / month / day) on the calendar by clicking the mouse on the
highlighted character in black that turns to highlighted character in red (See Fig.6-31).
The highlighted character in black indicates the dates and times that contains recorded
data, and the highlighted character in red indicates the selected dates and times.
▫ Select the month (year) by clicking the mouse on the ◄button or ► button.
[Fig.6-31 Calendar window]
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▫ Select the hour on the Start Time Select Window (See Fig.6-32) by clicking the mouse on
the Hour (0 – 23 hour) you wish to start to play.
The green active buttons indicate the HOUR that contains recorded data, and the red
active buttons indicate the selected Start HOUR.
[Fig.6-32 Start Time Select window]
By using the Replay Time set-up buttons:
The time and date can also be set on the Replay Time set-up button window (See Fig.6-33).
▫ Select the values (year/month/date and hour/minute/second) by clicking the mouse,
change the values with the mouse’s wheel and click the mouse again on the changed
values to complete as shown in [Fig.6-33].
[Fig.6-33 Replay time set-up button]
By using the Replay Time set-up bar:
The starting time to play can also be set by clicking the slider on the bar and dragging it or
clicking the bar.
[Fig.6-34 Replay time set-up bar]
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6-9.2.3. Replaying
Replaying start time set-up can be possible within a recording time extent.
▫ Replay buttons (NORMAL / MOTION / SENSOR)
NORMAL PLAY: Click the button to play all the recorded data.
MOTION PLAY: Click the button to play the recorded data by MOTION only.
SENSOR PLAY: Click the button to play the recorded data by SENSOR only.
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▫ How to control while replaying
①
③ ④ ② ④ ③
⑤ ⑥
[Fig.6-35 Replay screen]
① Search Slider
It is possible to playback by clicking the slider on the bar or dragging it.
② PLAY / PAUSE
Click the
button to pause.
Click the
button to replay when in the pause mode.
③ REW/FF
or
During replaying, press the
Keep pressing the
or
button.
button to accelerate the speed up to 128 times.
④ PREV / NEXT
During replaying, press the
the
button to view previous frame in still image and press
button to view the next frame in still image.
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⑤ Speaker ON / OFF
Turn speaker ON or OFF.
⑥ Speaker Volume
Adjust the Audio Volume by clicking the ▲ or the ▼ button when the AUDIO is turned
ON.
6-9.2.4. Disappearance of Replay control buttons
During replaying, the replay control buttons appear on the bottom of the screen.
- To disappear, drag the mouse pointer downward until the replay control buttons disappear.
- To appear, drag the mouse pointer upward until the replay control buttons appear.
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- Click the mouse on one out of channels during replaying to view a full screen.
- Click the mouse on the full screen during replaying to return to the split screen.
[Fig.6-36 SPLIT screen during replaying]
[Fig.6-37 FULL screen during replaying]
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6-10. COPY
▫ Click the COPY icon on the MENU bar, and then the COPY window as shown in [Fig.6-38]
will be displayed.
▫ Click the
(EXIT) button to return to the previous mode.
[Fig.6-38 COPY window]
6-10.1. Copying devices
In order to copy the recorded data, plug the USB devices such as external USB HDD, USB
memory or USB 2.0 DVD-RW (or CD-R/W) to the USB port and insert a blank media (CDR/W or DVD-R/W) into the DVD-R/W drive.
When the device and Media are ready to copy, the Ready on the corresponding device and
Media will be displayed in shown in [Fig.6-38].
We recommend you to format the USB devices prior to copy the recorded data as
follows, but the Medias such as CD-R/W and DVD-R/W don’t need to format.
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▫ Connect the USB devices to the system.
▫ Click the SETUP icon on the MENU bar, and the SETUP menu will be displayed.
▫ Click the DISK MANAGER in the SETUP menu, and the DISK MENAGER will be displayed.
▫ Click the mouse on the USB button in the DISK MANAGER, and you will be asked.
▫ Click the OK, and then the progressive bar will be showing along with FORMATTING
USB….
In regards to blank Medias (CD-R/W and DVD-R/W)
Most Medias can be used with the system, but some of them may be not compatible with the
system. Refer to the included instructions related to Medias or visit the website of DVD/CD
DRIVE unit manufacturer for more information.
6-10.2. Set the Copy Start Time (Copying extent)
▫ Select the Date (year / month / day) on the calendar by clicking the mouse on the
highlighted character in red that turns to highlighted character in black (See Fig.6-39).
The highlighted character in black indicates the dates and times that contains recorded
data, and the highlighted character in red indicates the selected dates and times.
▫ Select the month (year) by clicking the mouse on the ◄button or ► button.
▫ Select the hour on the Copy Start Time and Channel Selection Window (See Fig.6-40) by
clicking the mouse on the Hour (0 – 23 hour) you wish to start to copy.
The green active buttons indicate the HOUR that contains recorded data, and the red
active buttons indicate the selected Start HOUR.
[Fig.6-39 Calendar for Copying]
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① All channels, HOUR selection button
② HOUR selection button
③ channel selection button
[Fig.6-40 Copy Start time and Channel Selection window]
① All channels, HOUR selection button.
Click the arrow button in the upper left corner as shown in [Fig.6-40] to set the full extent of
the recording and all the channels simultaneously.
② HOUR selection button
Select the start time to copy by clicking the mouse on HOUR (0-23: in the military hour).
Thereafter the extent of the copy will be saved on.
③ Channel selection button
Some channels can be selected by clicking the mouse on the corresponding channels.
By using the Copy Start/End set-up buttons:
The time and date can also be set on the Copy Start/End set-up buttons window (See Fig.6-41).
▫ Select the values (year/month/date and hour/minute/second) by clicking the mouse, change
the values with the mouse’s wheel and click the mouse again on the changed values to
complete as shown in [Fig.6-41].
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[Fig.6-41 Copy Start/End setup buttons]
By using the Start/End set-up bar:
The starting time to copy can also be set by clicking the slider on the bar and dragging it or just
click the bar.
[Fig.6-42 Copy Start/End setup bar]
6-10.3. Set the Copy End Time (Copying extent)
Refer to the above explanation (See section 6.10.2.).
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6-10.4. Copying the recorded data during replaying
The system allows users to copy the recorded data during replaying.
▫ Start replaying (See section 6-9).
▫ Right-click on the replaying screen, and then the COPY DATA screen will be displayed
(See Fig.6-43).
▫ To set the starting time and date to copy, select the values (year/month/date window
and hour/minute/second) on the COPY DATA window by clicking the mouse, change the
values with the mouse’s wheel and click the mouse again on the changed values to
complete.
▫ Select each of channels (1 through 8 in red) or “A” in black for all the channels on the
COPY DATA window, and then click on the SELECTED button to save.
[Fig.6-43 Start Copy Time Setup window]
▫ To set the ending time and date to copy, right-click on the replaying screen again, and
the COPY DATA window that contains end time for copying will be displayed (See Fig.6-44).
Set the ending time and date to copy as described above.
▫ To select the COPY MODE, click on the GO TO COPY button (See Fig.6-44), and then the
COPY window (See Fig.6-38) will be displayed. The time and date (starting time and ending
time) to copy can be changed on the COPY window as well (See section 6-10.2).
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[Fig.6-44 End Copy Time Setup window]
▫ Choose one among NETWORK, USB, CD and DVD which are ready to copy (See section
6-10.1).
Select COPY Mode
Only when the device and media are ready to copy, the Ready on the corresponding
device and media will be displayed.
NETWORK COPY
Save the recorded data in PC through the COMBO VIEWER by Network.
Click the Network button on the COMBO VIEWER to start copying. It is available only
on the COMBO VIEWER (not on the system) and the networking should be
connected to the system.
USB COPY
Save the recorded data in USB Device.
Click the USB Device button to start copying.
CD-RW COPY
Save the recorded data on CD-R/W Media.
Click the CD-R/W button to start copying.
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DVD-RW COPY
Save the recorded data on DVD-R/W Media.
Click the DVD-R/W button to start copying.
▫ As soon as one of the above buttons is clicked , copying will start along with displaying the
icon as shown in [Fig.6-45].
The following icon indicates that copying is in process.
[Fig.6-45 Copying Icon]
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CONTENTS
7-1. SETUP..............................................................................................................................73
7-2. SYSTEM ...........................................................................................................................74
7-2.1. TIME / DATE ..............................................................................................................75
7-2.2. SYSTEM CONFIG .....................................................................................................77
7-2.2.1. FACTORY DEFAULT..........................................................................................77
7-2.2.2. LOAD CONFIG / BACKUP CONFIG...................................................................78
7-2.3. PASSWORD ..............................................................................................................81
7-2.4. IR REMOTE ID...........................................................................................................82
7-2.6. SYSTEM INFO...........................................................................................................83
7-3. DISK MANAGER...............................................................................................................84
7-3.1. HDD WRITE FAIL.......................................................................................................85
7-3.2. HDD OVERWRITE.....................................................................................................85
7-3.3. FORMAT ......................................................................................................................85
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7-4. CAMERA ..........................................................................................................................87
7-4.1. CAMERA ON/OFF ........................................................................................................88
7-4.2. CAMERA NAME (CAMERA TITLE) ....................................................................................88
7-4.3. BUZZER .......................................................................................................................89
7-4.4. RELAY .........................................................................................................................89
7-4.5. PAN/TILT SETTINGS ......................................................................................................90
7-4.6 DISPLAY .......................................................................................................................94
7-4.7 SEQUENCING DWELL TIME ..............................................................................................94
7-5. AUDIO ..............................................................................................................................95
7-5.1. AUDIO RECORDING ON/OFF ........................................................................................96
7-5.2. MICROPHONE VOLUME .................................................................................................96
7-6. RECORD ..........................................................................................................................97
7-6.1. RECORD ICON DISPLAY ...............................................................................................97
7-6.2. ALL MANUAL / TIMER RECORDING BUTTON ......................................................................98
7-6.3. ALL MOTION ON / OFF, SENSITIVITY AND VELOCITY SETTING ..........................................99
7-6.4. ALL SENSORS ON / OFF ............................................................................................100
7-6.5. SIZE (RECORDING RESOLUTION) .................................................................................100
7-6.6. RECORDING SPEED ....................................................................................................101
7-6.7. RECORDING QUALITY .................................................................................................102
7-6.8. RECORDING MODE .....................................................................................................103
7-6.8.1. MANUAL RECORDING ..........................................................................................103
7-6.8.2. MANUAL EVENT RECORDING ...............................................................................103
7-6.8.3. TIMER RECORDING (SCHEDULE RECORDING) .......................................................103
7-6.8.4. TIMER EVENT RECORDING ..................................................................................103
7-6.9. RECORDING BY MOTION DETECTION ............................................................................104
7-6.10. RECORDING BY SENSOR (PIR SENSOR)..................................................................... 112
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7-7. NETWORK ..................................................................................................................... 115
7-7.1. IP MODE ................................................................................................................... 115
7-7.2. GATEWAY, SUBNET, IP ADDRESS ......................................................................... 116
7-7.3. PORT ........................................................................................................................ 117
7-7.3.1 PORT FORWARDING............................................................................................. 117
7-7.4. MAC ID .................................................................................................................... 118
7-7.5. MNS (MAC NAME SERVER) ................................................................................... 118
7-7.6. DDNS (DYNAMIC DOMAIN NAME SYSTEM)..........................................................120
7-7.7. HOW TO SETUP AND USE THE DDNS ...................................................................121
7-7.7.1. ROUTER. ...........................................................................................................121
7-7.7.2. REGISTRATION TO THE DDNS SERVER ......................................................................122
7-8. VIDEO ENHANCE ..........................................................................................................123
7-8.1. VIDEO ENHANCEMENT ON EACH CAMERA.........................................................124
7-8.2. VIDEO ENHANCEMENT ON VGA OUTPUT ............................................................125
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7-1. SETUP
[Fig.7-1 Setup Icon on MENU Bar]
It is possible to set up the menus in the LIVE mode and partly in the RECORD mode.
▫ Click the “SETUP” button on the MENU bar and then the SETUP menu will be
displayed.
▫ Click the
“EXIT” button to return to the previous mode.
[Fig.7-2 SETUP menu]
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7-2. SYSTEM
▫ Click the “SYSTEM” button in the SETUP menu, and then the SYSTEM menu shown in
[Fig.7-3]
will be displayed.
▫ Click the
“EXIT” button to return to the SETUP menu.
.
[Fig.7-3 SYSTEM menu]
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7-2.1. TIME / DATE
▫ Click the “TIME/DATE” button in the SYSTEM menu, and then the TIME/DATE menu will
be displayed (See Fig.7-4).
▫ Click the
“EXIT” button to return to the SYSTEM menu.
[Fig.7-4 TIME / DATE menu]
▫ TIME FORMAT
Click the mouse on the TIME FORMAT button to change and then select 24 HOUR or 12
HOUR by clicking the mouse.
[Fig.7-5 Time Format button]
▫ TIME Settings
Select the values (AM or PM and hour/minute/second) by clicking the mouse, change the
values with the mouse’s wheel and click the mouse again on the changed values to
complete.
[Fig.7-6 Time Setting]
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▫ DATE FORMAT
There are three formats to display the time and date as follow.
•
MM / DD / YYYY: For U.S.A.
•
YYYY / MM / DD: For Asian countries.
•
DD / MM / YYYY: For European countries.
Click the mouse on the DATE FORMAT button to change, and then select a DATE
FORMAT among YYYY/MM/DD, DD/MM/YYYY and MM/DD/YYYY.
[Fig. 7-7 Date Format button]
▫ DATE Settings
Select the month, date and year by clicking the mouse, change the values with the
mouse’s wheel and click the mouse again on the changed values to complete.
[Fig.7-8 Date Settings button]
▫ DISPLAY
It enables you to display the time and date on the Live screen.
Click the DISPLAY button to set display on or off.
[Fig. 7-9 Display button]
Note: Setting the new time will cause loss of recording data. After setting the time, HDD
should be formatted prior to start recording.
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7-2.2. SYSTEM CONFIG
▫ Click the “SYSTEM CONFIG” button in the SYSTEM menu, and then the SYSTEM
CONFIG menu will be displayed (See Fig.7-10).
▫ Click the
“EXIT” button to return to the SYSTEM menu.
[Fig.7-10 SYSTEM CONFIG]
7-2.2.1. FACTORY DEFAULT
▫ Click the “FACTORY DEFAULT” button in the SYSTEM CONFIG menu, and you will be
asked as shown in [Fig.7-12].
[Fig.7-11 Factory Default button]
▫ Click the “OK” button in [Fig.7-12] to reset to the Factory Default Values, and then the system
will save the factory default values (settings).
Click the CANCEL button to cancel.
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[Fig.7-12 Confirmation window of Factory Default]
7-2.2.2. LOAD CONFIG / BACKUP CONFIG
You can save up to four different settings in the BACKUP CONFIG and load the files in the
LOAD CONFIG to change the settings to the system.
▫ LOAD CONFIG
This function is to load the changed settings to the system.
- Click the LOAD CONFIG button and then the LOAD CONFIG window will be displayed
(See Fig.7-14).
- Select a backup file among FILE 1, FILE 2, FILE 3 and FILE 4 by clicking the mouse and
click the LOAD button to change the settings (See Fig.7-14).
- Click the CANCEL button to cancel.
[Fig.7-13 LOAD CONFIG button]
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[Fig.7-14 LOAD CONFIG window]
▫ BACKUP CONFIG
This function is to save the current settings to load the settings to the system. Save the
current settings in the BACKUP CONFIG in order to load it to the system in the near future
whenever you change the settings.
- Click the BACKUP CONFIG button and then the BACKUP CONFIG window will be
displayed
(See Fig.7-16).
- Select a blank file among FILE 1, FILE 2, FILE 3 and FILE 4 by clicking the mouse and
click the BACKUP button to save the current setting (See Fig.7-16).
- To delete, click the mouse on the saved file and click the DELETE button.
- Click the CANCEL button to cancel.
[Fig.7-15 BACKUP CONFIG button]
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[Fig.7-16 BACKUP CONFIG window]
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7-2.3. PASSWORD
▫ ON/OFF
Select ON or OFF by clicking the mouse.
If the ON is selected, the password has to be entered to get into the SETUP mode,
RECORD mode, COPY mode, REPLAY mode, and when trying to connect the network
through the COMBO VIEWER.
▫ PASSWORD CHANGE
Click the password “********” button and then the On Screen Keyboard will be displayed as
shown in [Fig.7-17]. The factory default password is “11111111”.
button on the On Screen Keyboard. Enter the
Delete the existing password with the
new password by using the On Screen Keyboard and click the OK button to save.
The password should be 8 digits.
If you executed the factory default setting, the existing password will be changed to
“11111111”.
[Fig.7-17 PASSWORD KEYBOARD window]
Note: Don’t forget the password.
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7-2.4. IR REMOTE ID
Up to 16 DVR systems can be controlled by only one remote controller we provided, but IDs
should be assigned on each of the systems. You don’t have to assign any ID on the single
unit and you can control the system with the provided remote controller without IR REMOTE
ID, which is in the OFF mode (Skip this section).
▫ Click the IR REMOTE ID button and select one among OFF, 1 through 16 to assign an ID
for the system by clicking the mouse.
[Fig.7-18 IR REMOTE ID button]
▫ When an IR Remote ID is assigned In the SYSTEM menu, press the “ID” button and the
same channel button on the remote controller as an assigned ID in the SYSTEM menu to
match the IDs between the system and the remote controller. And then press the “ID”
button one more time for setting an ID.
When the “ID” button and the channel button are pressed on the remote controller,
- if the channel button is identical to the assigned ID, the Detect IR ID as shown in Fig.719 will be displayed along with the IR ID number.
- if not, the IR ID Denied as shown in Fig.7-20 will be displayed along with the denied IR ID
number.
DVR IR ID
NUMBER
Fig.7-19 DETECT IR ID Message
DVR IR ID
NUMBER
Fig.7-20 IR ID DENIED Message
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7-2.5. FIRMWARE UPDATE
There are two ways to update the firmware through USB memory and the COMBO VIEWER
(GUI). We recommend users to update the firmware only in the LIVE mode.
▫ By USB memory
- Format the USB with your computer and save the firmware file on it (not including
folder).
- Plug it on the USB port on the system.
- Click the mouse on the SELECT button in the SYSTEM menu and the FIRMWARE
LISTS will be displayed.
- Click on the list, and then you will be asked, OK or CANCEL.
- Click the OK button to update the firmware and the system will automatically start
rebooting.
- Click the CANCEL button to cancel.
▫
COMBO VIEWER (GUI)
Refer to section 8-4.1 ④ Firmware Update on page134.
7-2.6. SYSTEM INFO
▫ Click the “SYSTEM INFO” button in the SYSTEM menu and then the SYSTEM INFO that
contains the system version and the last updated date will be displayed.
▫ Click the
(EXIT) button to return to the SETUP menu.
[Fig.7-21 SYSTEM INFORMATION window]
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7-3. DISK MANAGER
▫ Click the “DISK MANAGER” button in the SETUP menu and then the DISK MANAGER
window will be displayed (See Fig.7-22).
▫ A DVD R/W(USB) and 1 Hard Disk Drives can be installed, and all information in regards to
the drives will be automatically displayed on the DISK MANAGER window.
▫ Click the
(EXIT) button to return to the SETUP menu.
[Fig. 7-22 DISK MANAGER window]
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7-3.1. HDD WRITE FAIL
If the HDD is in full and the OVERWRITE is turned OFF in the recording mode, the system
will activate the relay output (See section 5-4.3) for a siren or other device.
▫ Click the HDD WRITE FAIL button in the DISK MANAGER window and select “RELAY
OUT” or “DISABLE”.
[Fig. 7-23 HDD Write Fail button]
7-3.2. HDD OVERWRITE
▫ Click the mouse on the OVERWRITE button to select the ON or the OFF. If the ON is
selected, the system continues recording by overwriting start from the first index of the
recorded file even though the space of HDD is in full. If the OFF is selected, the system will
stop recording when the space of HDD is in full.
[Fig.7-24 Overwrite button]
7-3.3. Format
When you install the new Hard Disk Drives (HDD), it should be formatted before recording.
Formatting is possible only when the system is in the LIVE mode.
▫ Click the “HDD or USB” button to format and then the HDD or USB FORMAT message box
will be displayed (See Fig.7-25).
▫ Click the “OK” button, and you can see the formatting process of the HDD.
▫ Click the “CANCEL” button to return to the Disk Manager.
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[Fig.7-25 HDD FORMAT window]
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7-4. CAMERA
▫ Click the “CAMERA” button in the SETUP menu and then the CAMERA menu will be
displayed (See Fig.7-26). To change the settings in the CAMERA menu, stop recording by
clicking the RECORD icon on the MENU BAR.
It is possible only in the LIVE mode.
▫ Click the
(EXIT) button to return to the SETUP menu.
[Fig.7-26 CAMERA menu]
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7-4.1. Camera ON/OFF
▫ Click on each of the channels to select the “O” or “X” in the CAMERA menu. If the “O” is
selected, the corresponding video channels (CAM 01 through CAM 08) will be displayed
on the screen. If the “X” is selected, the corresponding video channels (CAM 01 through
CAM 08) won’t be displayed.
[Fig.7-27 Camera ON/OFF button]
7-4.2. Camera Name (Camera Title)
▫ Click the NAME (Camera Title) button in the CAMERA menu and then the On Screen
Keyboard will be displayed as shown in [Fig.7-28].
▫ Delete the existing NAME (Camera Title) with the
button on the On Screen
Keyboard.
▫ Enter the new NAME up to 8 characters by using the On Screen Keyboard and click on the
OK button to save. Click on the CANCEL button to cancel.
▫ Click the
(EXIT) button to return to the SETUP menu.
[Fig.7-28 Camera Name Setting Keyboard window]
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7-4.3. Buzzer
In order to alert users, the Buzzer will sound at that time video signal lost.
▫ Click on each of the channels you wish to turn the buzzer “ON” or “OFF”. If the “O” is
selected, the buzzer will sound when video signal lost and if the “X” is selected, the buzzer
won’t sound.
[Fig.7-29 Buzzer button]
7-4.4. Relay
The system will automatically activate a siren or other device through the Relay Output on
the rear panel when video signal lost.
▫ Click on each of the channels you wish to select the Relay Output “O” or “X”. If the “O” is
selected, the Relay Output will be turned on to activate a siren or other device when video
signal lost.
[Fig.7-30 Relay button]
[Fig.7-31 Relay button]
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7-4.5. Pan/Tilt Settings
▫ Click the PAN/TILT button on the corresponding channels in the CAMERA menu, then the
PAN/TILT window will be displayed as shown in [Fig.7-33].
▫ Click the
(EXIT) button to return to the CAMERA menu.
[Fig.7-32 PAN/TILT button]
[Fig.7-33 PAN/TILT window]
▫ PTZ ID
- Click the PTZ ID button in the PAN/TILT window, then On Screen Keyboard will show up.
- Delete the current ID with the
button and choose a number among “0” to “255” by
using the On Screen Keyboard, and then click OK button to save it. The ID should be
identical to one PTZ camera has.
- Click the “CANCEL” button to return to the previous value.
Fig. 7-33-1 PTZ ID
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▫ Pan/Tilt Vendor select
Click the “PAN/TILT & REMOTE” button in the PAN/TILT window, then the vendor lists will
show up. Select a vendor on the vendor lists by clicking the mouse.
[Fig.7-34 PAN/TILT & REMOTE ]
[Fig.7-35 PAN/TILT Vendor lists]
▫ Model
Click the “MODEL” button in the PAN/TILT window and select the model on the pop-up lists
by clicking the mouse.
[Fig.7-36 MODEL button]
[Fig.7-37 PAN/TILT Model pop-up window]
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▫ Baud rate
Click the “BAUD RATE” button in the PAN/TILT window and choose a value among
1200bps, 2400bps, 4800bps, 9600bps, 19200bps, 38400bps, 57600bps and 115200bps
on the Baud Rate pop-up window by clicking the mouse.
[Fig.7-38 BAUDRATE button]
[Fig.7-39 Baud Rate pop-up window]
▫ Data Bits
Click the “DATA BITS” button in the PAN/TILT window and choose a value among 5, 6, 7
and 8 on the Data Bits pop-up window by clicking the mouse.
[Fig.7-40 DATA BITS button]
[Fig.7-41 Data Bits pop-up window]
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▫ Stop Bits
Click the “STOP BITS” button in the PAN/TILT window and select 1 or 2 on the Stop Bits
pop-up window by clicking the mouse.
[Fig.7-42 STOP BITS button]
[Fig.7-43 Stop Bits pop-up window]
▫ Parity Bit
Click the “PARITY BITS” button in the PAN/TILT window and choose a value among
NONE, ODD, EVEN, STICK and ZERO on the Parity Bits pop-up window by clicking the
mouse.
[Fig.7-44 PARITY BIT button]
[Fig.7-45 Parity Bit pop-up window]
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7-4.6 Display
▫ Click the DISPLAY button in the CAMERA menu and select the ON or OFF. If the “ON” is
selected, the camera name (camera title) in the LIVE mode will be displayed on the screen.
If the “OFF” is selected, the camera name (camera title) in the LIVE mode won’t be
displayed.
[Fig.7-46 Display ON/OFF button]
7-4.7 Sequencing dwell time
▫ Click the “SEQUENCING DWELL” button in the CAMERA menu and choose a value
among 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5seconds on the dwell time pop-up window by clicking the mouse.
[Fig.7-47 Sequencing Dwell Time button]
[Fig.7-48 Sequencing Dwell Time pop-up window]
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7-5. AUDIO
▫ Click on the AUDIO button in the SETUP menu and then the AUDIO menu will be
displayed on the screen.
▫ Click the
(EXIT) button to return to the SETUP menu.
[Fig.7-49 AUDIO menu]
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7-5.1. Audio Recording ON/OFF
▫ Click the REC (audio recording) button in the AUDIO menu and select the “O” or “X” by
clicking the mouse. If the “O” is selected, the corresponding channel’s audio will be
recording along with video signal. If the “X” is selected, the corresponding channel’s audio
won’t be recording but video signal will be recording continuously.
[Fig.7-50 Record ON/OFF button]
7-5.2. Microphone Volume
▫ Adjust audio volume by clicking the ▲ or ▼ button.
[Fig.7-51 Microphone Volume control button]
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7-6. RECORD
▫ Click the “RECORD” button in the SETUP menu and then the RECORD menu will be
displayed as shown in [Fig.7-52].
▫ Click the
(EXIT) button to return to the SETUP menu.
[Fig.7-52 RECORD menu]
7-6.1. Record ICON Display
▫ The Recording Icons depends on recording modes are displayed in the upper left corner of
the screen.
▫ To turn the Recording Icon OFF, click the DISPLAY ON in the RECORD menu and then it
will be turned OFF. You can select the value ON or OFF by repeatedly clicking the mouse.
[Fig.7-53 Record ICON Display button]
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7-6.2. All Manual / Timer recording button
▫ Click the All Manual / Timer recording button in the RECORD menu, then the All Manual /
Timer recording button will be displayed as shown in [Fig.7-55].
▫ Select the Manual Recording button or Timer Recording button for all the channels by
clicking the mouse in [Fig.7-55].
▫ See section 6-8.1 through 6-8.5 on page 52 through 55 for more information related to
recording.
[Fig.7-54 All Manual / Timer button]
[Fig. 7-55 All Manual / Timer pop-up window]
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7-6.3. All Motion ON / OFF, Sensitivity Setting
▫ Click the
button in the RECORD menu, then the ALL MOTION setup pop-up
window will be displayed as shown in [Fig.7-57].
▫ By clicking the mouse, select the
Fig.7-57)
on the pop-up window (See
to enable the system to start recording by motion detection for all the channels.
on the pop-up window (See
▫ By clicking the mouse, select the
Fig.7-57)
to disable the system to start recording by motion detection for all the channels.
on the pop-up window
▫ By clicking the mouse, select the
(See Fig.7-57) and choose one of the sensitivity among LOW, 1, 2, 3 and HIGH for all the
channels with the mouse’s wheel, and then click it to save.
▫ See section 6-8.1 through 6-8.5 on page 52 through 55 for more information related to
recording.
[Fig.7-56 All Motion Setup button]
[Fig.7-57 All Motion Setup pop-up window]
[Fig.7-58 All Motion Sensitivity setup button]
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7-6.4. All Sensors ON / OFF
▫ Click the
button in the RECORD menu, then the ALL SENSOR setup pop-up
window will be displayed as shown in [Fig.7-60].
▫ By clicking the mouse, select the
60)
on the pop-up window (See Fig.7-
to enable the system to start recording by Sensor (Passive Infrared Sensor) for all the
channels.
▫ By clicking the mouse, select the
Fig.7-60)
on the pop-up window (See
to disable the system to start recording by Sensor (Passive Infrared Sensor) for all
the channels.
[Fig.7-59 All Sensor button]
[Fig.7-60 All Sensor Setup pop-up window]
7-6.5. Size (Recording Resolution)
Select the size of the screen for recording. The larger the size selected, the better display
quality is but the larger the data becomes.
▫ Click the SIZE (Recording Resolution) button on each of the channels in the RECORD
menu, then the SIZE (Recording Resolution) pop-up window will be displayed as shown in
[Fig.7-62].
▫ Select one of the Resolution among D1 (720x480), HALF D1 (720x240) and CIF (360x240)
on the pop-up window by clicking the mouse.
[Fig.7-61 Record Size button]
[Fig.7-62 Record Size pop-up window]
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7-6.6. Recording Speed
▫ Click the F/S (Frames Per Seconds: Recording Speed) button on each of the channels in
the RECORD menu, then the Recording Speed pop-up window will be displayed as shown
in [Fig.7-64].
▫ Select one of the Recording Speed among AUTO, 30, 15, 10, 7, 5, 3, 2, 1 and OFF on the
pop-up window by clicking the mouse.
▫ If the AUTO is selected on all the channels, the Recording Speed on all the channels
should be the same. If the OFF is selected, the corresponding channel won’t be recording.
[Fig.7-63 Record Speed button]
[Fig.7-64 Record Speed pop-up window]
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NTSC
30
25
15
12
10
8
7
6
5
PAL
5
3
3
2
2
1
1
OFF
OFF
[Fig.7-65 Recording Speed for each channel]
7-6.7. Recording Quality
▫ Click the QUALITY button on each of the channels in the RECORD menu, then the
QUALITY pop-up window will be displayed as shown in [Fig.7-67].
▫ Select one of the Recording Quality among LOW, NORMAL, HIGH and BEST on the popup window by clicking the mouse.
[Fig.7-66 Record Quality button]
[Fig.7-67 Record Quality pop-up window]
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7-6.8. Recording Mode
The factory default setting for Recording is the Manual Recording (or called Continuous
Recording), which keeps recording continuously if the OVERWRITE is set ON in the DISK
MANAGE menu. This Manual Recording mode is one of the most popular Recording modes
for users, as well as one of the most convenient Recording modes to use.
Users can select one of the following Recording modes depends on their application.
7-6.8.1. Manual Recording
See section 6-8.1 on page 52.
7-6.8.2. Manual Event Recording
See section 6-8.2 on page 52.
7-6.8.3. Timer Recording (Schedule Recording)
See section 6-8.3 on page 53.
7-6.8.4. Timer Event Recording
See section 6-8.4 on page 54.
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7-6.9. Recording by Motion Detection
When the menu of motion is properly set up (See section 7-6.3 for all the channels and
this section for each of the channels) and detected motion of objects, the system begins
recording automatically. The recording icon on the MENU bar should be selected in this
recording mode. If not, it won’t be recording.
▫ Click the mouse on the
button for each of the channels in the RECORD menu,
then the MOTION menu will be displayed on the screen as shown in [Fig.7-68].
▫ Click the
(EXIT) button to return to the RECORD menu.
[Fig.7-68 MOTION menu]
▫ ON/OFF
The system will start recording when MOTION is detected and the ON is selected in the
MOTION menu by clicking the mouse. If the OFF is selected, the system won’t be
recording.
[Fig.7-69 MOTION ON/OFF button]
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▫ Pre-Alarm Time Setup
Allows you to record a section of video just prior to Motion or Sensor activation. Click the
mouse on the PRE in the MOTION menu and choose one of the values among 0, 1, 2, 3, 4
and 5 seconds with the mouse’s wheel, and then click it to save.
[Fig.7-70 Pre-Record Time setup button]
[Fig.7-71 Pre-Alarm Time Setup pop-up window]
▫ Motion Hold Time Setup
The system continues recording for the MOTION HOLD TIME and finishes the recording.
Click the mouse on the HOLD in the MOTION menu and choose one of the values among
1 through 30 seconds with the mouse’s wheel, and then click it to save.
[Fig. 7-72 Hold-Record Time Setup button]
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▫ Spot Setup
If the “ON” is selected by clicking the mouse on the SPOT button in the MOTION menu, a
full screen will display when a motion is detected. If the “OFF” is selected, the full screen
won’t be displayed even though motion of objects is detected.
[Fig.7-73 Spot Setup button]
▫ Region
The Motion Detection Area displays in blue on the screen, and it turns to yellow color when
the motion is detected. The white color on the screen represents none of detection area.
There are three kinds of REGION settings as follows.
By All Set
Click the ALL SET button in the MOTION menu on each of the cameras and then the
Motion Detection Area displays in blue on the screen as shown in [Fig.7-75]. Right-click on
the blue screen to return to the MOTION menu. The factory default value is the ALL SET.
[Fig.7-74 ALL SET button]
[Fig.7-75 All Set screen]
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- All Clear
Click the ALL CLEAR button in the MOTION menu in order to clear the Motion
Detection Area, and then the window turns to white color as shown in [Fig.7-77].
Right-click on the current window to return to the MOTION menu.
[Fig.7-76 ALL CLEAR button]
CURSOR
[Fig.7-77 All Cleared screen]
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By Window Set
Click the WINDOW SET button in the MOTION menu on each of the cameras and click
one of cells (1,320 cells in total) for the starting point of the area which you would like to
designate, and then click the other one of cells for the ending point of area until the motion
detection area is the size you want it to be. The multiple motion areas can be set on each
of cameras.
The motion detection by Window Set will be made on the designated area only.
Right-click on the current window to return to the MOTION menu.
[Fig.7-78 WINDOW SET button]
CURSOR
[Fig.7-79 Window Set screen]
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- Window Clear
Click the WINDOW CLEAR button in the MOTION menu in order to clear the Motion
Detection Area, and then the motion detection area you have created will be displayed.
Click the starting point and the ending point as much as you wish to clear or it can be
cleared by ALL CLEAR as described above (See ALL CLEAR).
Right-click on the current window to return to the MOTION menu.
[Fig.7-80 WINDOW CLEAR button]
CURSOR
[Fig.7-81 Window Clear setup screen]
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By Each Cell
Click the EACH CELL button in the MOTION menu on each of the cameras and click the
mouse on each of the cells as much as you would like to designate the Motion Detection
Area.
To clear, click the designated cells.
Right-click on the current window to return to the MOTION menu.
[Fig.7-82 EACH CELL button]
CURSOR
[Fig.7-83 Each Cell Setup screen]
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▫ Map View
Click the MAP VIEW button in the MOTION menu to view the current settings for Motion
detection area.
Right-click on the current window to return to the MOTION menu.
[Fig.7-84 M
CURSOR
[Fig.7-85 Map View screen]
Note : Please pay attention to the following directions in order to use the Motion
Detection function properly:
•
Adjust the sensitivity level and motion area to fit your requirements.
•
Do not use this function in an area where many objects are continuously moving. In
case of this, change the recording mode to the Continuous (Manual) Recording
mode.
•
Use a high quality camera that does not generate video static or “noise”. The motion
detection algorithm recognizes this “noise” as a motion and records the noise even if
there was no actual motion.
•
Do not point the camera toward a strong and changing lighting source; it can activate
false motion detection.
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7-6.10. Recording by Sensor (PIR Sensor)
▫ Click the mouse on the
button for each of the channels in the RECORD menu and
then the SENSOR menu will be displayed on the screen as shown in [Fig.7-86].
▫ Click the
(EXIT) button to return to the RECORD menu.
[Fig.7-86 SENSOR window]
▫ ON/OFF
The system will start recording when an Alarm is detected and the ON is selected in the
SENSOR menu by clicking the mouse. If the OFF is selected, the system won’t be
recording.
If you select “OK”, it will be recorded when only sensor is activated.
[Fig.7-87 SENSOR ON/OFF button]
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▫ Pre-Alarm Time Setup
Allows you to record a section of video just prior to Sensor activation. Click the mouse on
the PRE in the SENSOR menu and choose one of the values among 0, 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5
seconds with the mouse’s wheel, and then click it to save.
[Fig.7-88 Pre-Alarm Time Setup button]
[Fig.7-89 Pre-Alarm Time Setup pop-up window]
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▫ Alarm Hold Time Setup
The system continues recording for the Alarm HOLD TIME and finishes the recording. Click
the mouse on the HOLD in the SENSOR menu and choose one of the values among 1
through 30 seconds with the mouse’s wheel, and then click it to save.
[Fig.7-90 Alarm Hold Time Setup button]
▫ Spot Setup
If the “ON” is selected by clicking the mouse on the SPOT button in the SENSOR menu, a
full screen will display when a motion is detected. If the “OFF” is selected, the full screen
won’t be displayed even though an alarm is detected.
[Fig.7-91 Spot Setup button]
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7-7. NETWORK
▫ Click the “NETWORK” button in the SETUP menu and then the NETWORK menu will be
displayed on the screen as shown in [Fig.7-92].
▫ Click the
(EXIT) button to return to the SETUP menu.
[Fig.7-92 NETWORK menu]
7-7.1. IP Mode
When the system uses the same IP address every time it connects to the network, it is
known as a static IP address. If the system’s IP address changes frequently, it is called a
dynamic IP address. Check with your Internet Service Provider to determine which IP
address was given. This manual will guide users through the setup process for both types.
DYNAMIC IP: automatically receives IP address from the router or gateway. It doesn’t need
to enter the GATEWAY ADDRESS, SUBNET MASK and IP ADDRESS.
STATIC IP: requires you to enter the GATEWAY ADDRESS, SUBNET MASK and IP
ADDRESS.
▫ Click the “IP MODE” button in the NETWORK menu and then the IP mode pop-up window will be
displayed on the screen (See Fig.7-94).
▫ Select the STATIC or DYNAMIC by clicking the mouse depends on your networking.
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[Fig.7-93 IP Mode button]
[Fig.7-94 IP Mode pop-up window]
7-7.2. GATEWAY, SUBNET, IP ADDRESS
▫ Click the GATEWAY / SUBNET / IP ADDRESS button in the STATIC IP MODE and then
the On Screen Keyboard will appear.
▫ Delete the current values with the
button and enter the address numbers by using
On Screen Keyboard, and then click OK button to set with new address.
▫ Click the CANCEL button to return to the original values.
[Fig.7-95 Address Setup window]
[Fig.7-96 On Screen Keyboard]
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7-7.3. Port
▫ PORT is the TCP address of the program, which is used to connect to the network viewer.
It can be set from 1 to 65535 values.
▫ Click the PORT button and then the On Screen Keyboard will show up.
▫ Delete the current port number with the
button and enter the new port number by
using On Screen Keyboard, and then click “OK” button to set with new port number.
▫ Click the “CANCEL” button to return to the default value.
[Fig.7-97 Port Setup window]
[Fig.7-98 Port Setup Keyboard window]
7-7.3.1 Port Forwarding
▫ Router has to be set as a virtual server (or port forwarding) in order to utilize the
MNS (Mac Name Server) or the DDNS service to use Internet Explorer (See section 83) on this product.
▫ Do not use the public port numbers.
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7-7.4. MAC ID
▫ MAC ID is connecting address for Ethernet, every unit has 12 digit addresses (HEX 6 byte).
MAC ID was already assigned with the factory default value. User can not change it.
7-7.5. MNS (MAC NAME SERVER)
As a sort of DDNS, two servers in our company (CLOVER) are being operated so that our
client can access DVR with a Dynamic IP address. If one of servers stops operating, the
other one will automatically start working.
▫ Click the MNS button in the NETWORK menu with a mouse or buttons on the remote
controller and then the MNS window will show up as below (See Fig.7-99).
▫ To return to the NETWORK window, click the
(EXIT) button in the MNS menu.
[Fig.7-99 MNS window]
▫ DISABLE / ENABLE
You can select the DISABLE or ENABLE button on both SERVER 1 and SERVER 2 by
clicking the mouse or pressing the ENTER button on the remote controller.
“DISABLE”: MSN (MAC NAME SERVER) is not working.
“ENABLE”: MSN (MAC NAME SERVER) is working.
[Fig.7-100 DISABLE/ENABLE button]
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▫ IP ADDRESS / PORT
DO NOT CHANGE THE IP ADDRESS AND PORT NUMBER IN THE MNS MENU IF YOU
DON’T HAVE ANY SPECIAL SERVER TO ACCESS YOUR DVR WITH A DYNAMIC IP
ADDRESS. IF YOU CHANGE THEM, YOU CAN’T NOT ONLY USE OUR MNS (MAC
NAME SERVER), BUT ALSO YOUR NETWORKING WILL BE DISCONNECTED.
▫ SITE NAME
The SITE NAME is one of the important factors to access the DVR through MNS (MAC
NAME SERVER) with the COMBO VIEWER (GUI).
You can’t access the DVR system if the SITE NAME you entered already exists on
the network. Try to connect the system with other SITE NAME.
- Click the SITE NAME button, the On Screen Keyboard will show up (See Fig.7-102).
- Delete the current SITE NAME with the
button and enter the new SITE NAME by
using the On Screen Keyboard, and then click OK button to save it.
- Click the “CANCEL” button to return to the previous value.
[Fig.7-101 SITE NAME Setup button]
[Fig.7-102 SITE NAME Setup: On Screen Keyboard]
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7-7.6. DDNS (DYNAMIC DOMAIN NAME SYSTEM)
▫ Select the DDNS button in the NETWORK menu by clicking the mouse or pressing the
buttons on the remote controller. The DDNS menu will show up as shown in [Fig.7-103].
▫ To return to the NETWORK menu, Click the
(EXIT) button.
▫ If you were in the middle of entering values on the DDNS menu, you can’t exit by clicking
the mouse. Choose the SERVER button in the DDNS menu by clicking the mouse and
select the DISABLE, and then click the
(EXIT) button.
[Fig.7-103 DDNS menu]
▫ SERVER
- Choose the SERVER button in the DDNS menu by clicking the mouse or pressing the
buttons on the remote controller and select the DYNDNS.ORG (or NO-IP.ORG) provided
by www.dyndns.org (or www.no-ip.org) at no cost.
[Fig.7-104 SERVER button]
▫ HOST NAME
- Click the HOST NAME in the DDNS menu and type the HOST NAME registered to the
DDNS server such as DYNDNS.ORG and NO-IP.ORG by using the On Screen Keyboard.
- After changing the values, click on the OK button.
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[Fig.7-105 HOST NAME button]
▫ USER ID
- Click the USER ID in the DDNS menu and type the USER ID registered to the DDNS
server by using the On Screen Keyboard.
- After changing the values, click on the OK button.
[Fig.7-106 USER ID button]
▫ PASSWORD
- Click the PASSWORD in the DDNS menu and type the PASSWORD registered to the
DDNS server by using the On Screen Keyboard.
- After changing the values, click on the OK button.
[Fig.7-107 PASSWORD button]
7-7.7. HOW TO SETUP AND USE THE DDNS
7-7.7.1. Router.
It has to be set as a virtual server (or port forwarding) in order to utilize the DDNS. There are
a lot of manufacturers on the market. Please read the provided manual thoroughly before
setting or visit our website at www.cloverusa.com in regards to do it.
We, the manufacturer of DVR systems will not support the solution to your individual network
issues.
** DDNS (Dynamic Domain Name System) is a method of keeping a domain name linked to
a changing IP address. This is a useful feature since many computers do not use a static IP
address.
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7-7.7.2. Registration to the DDNS server
Visit at www.dyndns.org to register.
Registration to DYNDNS.ORG
1. Visit at www.dyndns.com.
2. Sign up for a new user name and a password: Click the Create Account on the
upper right hand corner.
3. After signup new user, check your e-mail and confirm an e-mail from dyndns.com.
4. Go back to www.dyndns.com and log in with the ID and the Password.
5. After log in on dyndns.com front page, click on my services.
6. Click on the Add Host Service (Next to Host Level Service).
7. Click the Add Dynamic DNS Host on the Dynamic DNS.
8. The window to input Host Name will pop up, and select the dyndns.org or the
dvrdns.org on the pop-up window.
9. To complete, click the Add Host button on the bottom.
10. After registration, go to the NETWORK menu on the DVR and enter the HOST
NAME, USER ID and the PASSWORD you just registered in the DDNS menu (See
section 7-7.6).
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7-8. VIDEO ENHANCE
▫ Click the VIDEO ENHANCE button in the SETUP menu to enhance the picture quality
(Contrast and Brightness) on each of channels. The VIDEO ENHANCE menu will show up
(See Fig.7-108).
▫ To return to the SETUP menu, click the
(EXIT) button.
[Fig.7-108 VIDEO ENHANCE]
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7-8.1. VIDEO ENHANCEMENT ON EACH CAMERA
▫ Click on an INPUT button in the VIDEO ENHANCE menu.
▫ The CONTRAST and BRIGHTNESS sliders will be displayed along with camera picture as
shown in [Fig.7-109].
▫ Adjust Contrast and Brightness with the sliders by clicking the mouse.
▫ To return to the VIDEO ENHANCE menu, Click the
[Fig.7-109 CAMERA INPUT]
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7-8.2. VIDEO ENHANCEMENT ON VGA OUTPUT
It is possible to enhance VGA signals only with the MENU/ENTER key on the bottom of the
system.
▫ To display the MENU, press the MENU/ENTER key to change the values. The changes
should be made in about 15 seconds. After that, the MENU will be disappeared.
▫ Choose one of items among Contrast, Brightness, Hue, Saturation and Sharpness by
using (+) or (-) key and press the MENU/ENTER key to change the values. The chosen
item along with the Slider will be displayed on the bottom of the screen.
Change the values by using (+) or (-) key and press the MENU/ENTER key to save.
▫ Color Tone
Choose the Color Tone by using (+) or (-) key and choose one among Normal, Warm
and Cool by pressing the MENU/ENTER key. Press the Exit key or choose other items by
using (+) or (-) key to save the values. The default value is Normal.
▫ Picture Format
Choose the Picture Format by using (+) or (-) key and select between 16: 9 (Aspect ratio)
and 4:3 by pressing the MENU/ENTER key. Press the Exit key or choose other items by
using (+) or (-) key to save the values. The default value is 16: 9.
▫ Picture Mode
Choose the Picture Mode by using (+) or (-) key and choose one among User, Standard,
Movie and Vivid by pressing the MENU/ENTER key. Press the Exit key or choose other
items by using (+) or (-) key to save the values. The default value is Standard.
▫ To exit, press the Exit key on the bottom of the system.
Contrast
Brightness
Hue
Saturation
Sharpness
Color Tone
Pi
F
< Normal
< 16 : 9
< User
[Fig.7-110 VIDEO ENHANCE]
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Remote Host Program
CONTENTS
8-1. REMOTE PROGRAM OVERVIEW .................................................................................128
8-2. INSTALLING THE PROGRAM TO PC.............................................................................129
8-3. INTERNET EXPLORER..................................................................................................130
8-4. REMOTE HOST..............................................................................................................132
8-4.1. SETUP .......................................................................................................................133
8-4.2. CONNECTION .............................................................................................................135
8-4.3. SWITCH THE NORMAL SCREEN TO FULL SCREEN ..........................................................136
8-4.4. SPEAKER / MICROPHONE ............................................................................................137
8-4.5. COPY ........................................................................................................................138
8-5. PLAYER..........................................................................................................................140
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8-1. Remote Program Overview
The Remote Host Program allows you to view live video, search archived video, control PTZ
cameras and to set up the exact same menus as the DVR system does.
The DVR system can have up to 10 simultaneous Remote Connections. Each user can
performs on the DVR system and will not affect the other users. The only exception to this is
accessing Setup. Only one user is allowed to access Setup at any time.
In order to log in to the DVR system, users should be requested to enter the password if the
password is already turned ON in the SYSTEM menu (Click SETUP – SYSTEM). This ensures
that only authorized personnel are allowed to log in.
Remote system minimum requirements
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Microsoft Windows 2000, XP or VISTA Operating System
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Pentium-4 2.0GHz or higher
•
256MB System memory
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1024 x 768 Display Resolution, 32Bit color
•
Internet or LAN Connection
•
TCP/IP installed
•
Microsoft DirectX 9.0c
It is recommended to have DirectX 9.0c version in client PC. DirectX 9.0 is available for
download from Microsoft homepage (www.microsoft.com/windows/directx).
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8-2. Installing the Program to PC
Install the program into PC by using program CD (supplied) as follows.
How to install the program
1. Start the operating system (Windows 2000/XP/VISTA).
2. Insert the program CD into CD-ROM drive.
3. Open My Computer, and then select CD-ROM drive.
4. Double click Setup.EXE. The software installation will begin.
5. After the installation has been completed, the COMBO VIEWER icon will be created on
your desktop screen as shown below.
6. Double click the COMBO VIEWER icon and the COMBO VIEWER screen appears.
[Fig.8-1 ComboViewer icon]
How to set Screen Resolution and Color Quality
1.
Click Start, point to Control Panel and then click on it.
2.
Double-click Display icon.
3.
In Display Properties Window, select Settings.
4.
Set Colors as True color (32 bit) and Screen area as 1024 by 768 pixels.
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8-3. Internet Explorer
When you are trying to use this function, it is highly recommended that the password should
be turned ON in the SYSTEM menu not to enable unauthorized personnel to access your
DVR system (See section 7-2.3).
Up to 10 users can remotely access your DVR with the HOST NAME.
How to setup the Internet Explorer
•
Registration to the www.dyndns.org (See section 7-7.7.2. on page 122).
•
In the IP address box of Microsoft Internet Explorer, type the HOSET NAME (See Fig.82) you entered in the DDNS menu and the PORT NUMBER of the DVR, and then you will
be asked to install the AciveX control software (See Fig.8-3). You should type the
protocol (http://), the host name (example: cloverdvr1.dyndns.org) or the static IP
address (See Fig.8-2-1) and the port number (:5800) in the IP Address box.
[Fig.8-2 Host Name]
[Fig.8-2-1 IP & Port]
[Fig.8-3 COMBO VIEWER- Windows Internet Explorer]
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Click on the following message.
This site wants to install the following add-on: ‘COMBOVIEWER’ from ‘Clover Electronics
USA’. If you trust the website and the add-on and want to install it, click here….
•
Click the click install ActiveX Control…. on the pop-up screen and the following
window will be displayed.
[Fig.8-4 Install the SmViewer]
•
Click the Install button on the above window (See Fig.8-4) and the COMBO VIEWER will
be shown. Refer to the following pages in regards to the COMBO VIEWER.
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8-4. Remote Host
①
②
③
④
⑤
[Fig.8-5 ComboViewer]
Buttons of Remote Host Program
① Player button
② Connection button
③ Setup (Config) button
④ Full Screen button
⑤ Speaker / Microphone volume control
⑥ EXIT button
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8-4.1. Setup
①
②
③
④
[Fig.8-6 HOST CONFIG window]
① Version number
It represents the current version number of the Firmware.
② Copy
Refer to Section 8-4.5 in regards to copying methods after selecting one between the Quick
Copy and the Live + Copy.
▫ Quick Copy
Click on the Quick Copy for faster copying the recorded data from the DVR system to the
Host Program (COMBO VIEWER) without live images. The copying speed of the Quick
Copy is faster than the Live + Copy.
▫ Live + Copy
Click on the Live + Copy for copying the recorded data from the DVR system to the Host
Program (COMBO VIEWER) with live images. The copying speed of the Live + Copy is
slower than the Live + Copy.
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③ Network Image
▫ Size
Choose a Size (Resolution) among D1, Half D1 and CIF you wish to display on the
COMBO VIEWER by clicking the mouse. This setting does not affect the DVR.
▫ Quality
Choose one among LOW, NORMAL, HIGH and BEST you wish to display on the COMBO
VIEWER by clicking the mouse. This setting does not affect the DVR.
④ Firmware Update
- Save the latest Firmware to the System Files (Open Windows Explorer – click My
Computer - click the Program Files – click ComboViewer – click System Files).
- Click the Firmware Update button on the [Fig.8-6], and then you will be asked “Do you
want to update a firmware?”
- Click the Yes to update.
- Double click the latest firmware as shown in [Fig.8-7] and then you will be asked “Shall I
update firmware?”
- Click the OK to update. The DVR will display the “Firmware Updating…..” along with the
progressive bar on the screen and it will automatically reboot.
[Fig.8-7 Firmware Files]
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8-4.2. Connection
There are two ways to access the DVR system through the COMBO VIEWER as follows.
▫ With Set Direct setting
- Click the “CONNECT” button on the ComboViewer and then the “Connect Dialog menu” as
shown in Fig. 8-8 will be displayed.
- Click the “Set Direct” in the Connect Dialog menu and click the “EDIT” button.
- Enter the IP address (or WAN IP address of the Router) and Port number, which must be
the same as DVR has.
- Click the “EDIT” button again and then the connection list will be created in the Name List
(up to 20 lists).
- Choose a Site Name in the Name Lists and click the “CONNECT” button in order to access
the DVR.
▫ With Get Server setting
- Click the “CONNECT” button on the ComboViewer and then the “Connect Dialog menu” as
shown in Fig. 8-8 will be displayed.
- Click the “Get Server” in the Connect Dialog menu and click the “EDIT” button.
- Enter the IP address, Port number and Site Name, which must be the same as the MNS
has (SETUP-click NETWORK-click MNS in the NETWORK menu: Refer to section 7-7.5
MNS on page 118).
- Click the “EDIT” button again and then the connection list will be created in the Name Lists
(up to 20 lists).
- Choose a Site Name in the Name Lists and click the “CONNECT” button in order to access
the DVR.
[Fig.8-8 Connect Dialog]
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8-4.3. Switch the Normal Screen to Full Screen
▫ Click the “FULL SCREEN” button on the COMBO VIEWER and then the current screen size
will be enlarged to fit the monitor’s screen size, but the resolution will be lowered.
▫ Click the “FULL SCREEN” button again to go back to the NORMAL SCREEN.
[Fig.8-9 Switch the Normal Screen to Full Screen]
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8-4.4. Speaker / Microphone
①
②
④
③
[Fig.8-10 Speaker / Microphone]
Buttons of Remote Host Program
① PC Speaker ON/OFF: Turn the Speaker ON or OFF by clicking the mouse.
② PC Microphone ON/OFF: Turn the Microphone ON or OFF by clicking the mouse.
③ PC Speaker Volume Control: Adjust the Speaker Volume by clicking the amount of audio
volume. It is available when the Speaker is turned ON.
④ Microphone Volume Control: Adjust the Microphone Volume by clicking the amount of audio
volume. It is available when the Microphone is turned ON.
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8-4.5. Copy
There are four icons such as NETWORK, USB, CD and DVD in the COPY menu of the
COMBO VIEWER. The recorded data will be saved in the Backup Files (Open Windows
Explorer – click My Computer - click the Program Files – click ComboViewer – click Backup
Files) through the NETWORK, but the other icons such as USB, CD and DVD will only show on
the COMBO VIEWER. Therefore it is impossible to copy the recorded data to client computer
with these icons.
▫ Click the COPY button on the menu bar and the COPY menu will be displayed on the screen.
▫ In order to set the Copy starting time and the Copy ending time, select the values
(year/month/date and hour/minute/second) by clicking the mouse, change the values with the
mouse’s wheel and click the mouse again on the changed values to complete.
▫ Click the mouse on the
icon only when the network is connected and you will be
asked as shown in [Fig.8-11].
▫ Click the Yes to copy and the COMBO VIEWER will show the progressive status to copy
(See Fig.8-12).
▫ Click the OK to complete the copy (See Fig.8-13).
[Fig.8-11 Copy Confirmation]
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[Fig.8-12 Copying on the COMBO VIEWER]
[Fig.8-13 Copy Completion]
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8-5. PLAYER
①
②
③
④
⑤
⑥
⑦ ⑧
⑨
⑩
⑪
[Fig.8-14 Player]
Chart. Button of Player Program
①
Status window (Play mode, Date, Time)
②
Calendar
③
Convert to AVI File
④
Search button for replaying
⑤
Capture button
⑥
Print button
⑦
Division button
⑧
Playback (Replay) speed Control
⑨
Search slider for replaying
⑩
Replay Control
⑪
Volume Control
⑫
Exit program button
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① Status window (Play mode, Date, Time)
It indicates the play mode, date and time.
[Fig.8-15 Status window]
② Calendar
It shows the date that is currently being replayed.
[Fig.8-16 Calendar]
③ Convert AVI File
Convert the recorded files to AVI files.
- Click the Convert AVI button on the Player and the Convert AVI window will be displayed
(See Fig.8-17).
- Click on the SELECT button for SOURCE on the Convert AVI window and the Convert AVI
window or the DVR Player will be displayed (See Fig.8-18 and Fig.8-19).
- Select the folder that contains the recorded data and select one of the channels by clicking
the mouse and click the OK (See Fig.8-20).
- If necessary, select a folder for saving or make a new folder to save AVI files as shown in
[Fig.8-20-1].
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- Click the Start Convert button on the Convert AVI window and click the CLOSE button after
verifying the status “Complete” (See Fig.8-21).
[Fig.8-17 Convert AVI window]
[Fig.8-18 Backup Files by Networking]
[Fig.8-19 DvrRecData by USB]
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8. Remote Host Program
[Fig.8-20 Select one of the Channels]
[Fig.8-20-1 Select folder for saving]
[Fig.8-21 Start Convert Button]
How to play the AVI files
By using Windows media player:
- Click the OPEN button on the Convert AVI window and double click one of the AVI files to play.
The AVI files will save in the AVI Files folder (Open Windows Explorer – click My Computer click the Program Files – click ComboViewer – double click one of the AVI Files).
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④ Search button for Replaying
- Click the Search button on the Player and the DVR Player will be displayed.
- Select the folder that contains the recorded data and click the OK button on the DVR Player.
One channel or all the channels can be replayed depends on the selection.
⑤ Capture button
- Click the Capture button when a full screen is replaying on the Player and the current
images will be saved in the Printed Files (Open Windows Explorer – click My Computer click the Program Files – click ComboViewer – click Printed Files) in JPEG file format.
⑥ Print button
- Click the Print button when a full screen is replaying on the Player and the current images
will print out along with comments if you write down some comments in the Print Comment
Dialog as shown in [Fig.8-22].
-
Click the OK button in the Print Comment Dialog regardless of the comments to print.
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8. Remote Host Program
[Fig.8-22 Print command window]
[Fig.8-23 Print image]
⑦ Division button
Select one of the following divisions while replaying.
Full Screen
4 Division Screen
9 Division Screen
16 Division Screen
[Fig.8-24 Division button]
⑧ Playback (Replay) Speed Control
Move the slider with the mouse to control the replaying speed.
The “0” represents the normal speed, “-“and “+” represents slow speed or fast speed
respectively.
[Fig. 8-25 Replay Speed Control Slider]
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⑨ Search slider for replaying
The slider can be moved left and right by clicking the slider on the bar and dragging it or just
click the bar to search the recorded data.
[Fig.8-26 Replay Search Slider]
⑩ Replay Control
Refer to section 6-9.2.3.
PLAY
PREV
REW
NEXT
FF
STOP
[Fig.8-27 Replay Control buttons]
⑪ Volume Control.
Control the volume when replaying in the full screen mode
[Fig.8-28 Replay Volume Control Slider]
⑫ Exit button
Click the Exit button on the Player to exit.
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HDD Installation
CONTENTS
9-1. HDD (HARD DISK DRIVE) INSTALLATION ....................................................................148
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9-1. HDD (Hard Disk Drive) INSTALLATION
The system manufacturer already installed a large space of Hard Disk Drive (refer to the retail
box for capacity) in the system. Just in case, refer to the following explanation on how to install a
HDD.
▶ The power switch must be turned off before installing and unplug the power cord to prevent
an electric shock that may occur.
▶ Separate the HDD cover by removing two screws on the rear of the system as shown
illustration below.
▶ Attach the HDD to the HDD bracket and install it with four screws as below. Do not securely
fix the four screws so that the HDD moves to the left and the right. Place the HDD with the
bracket in its place inside the system.
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9. Installation of additional HDDs
▶ After pushing the HDD to the left and securely fix the bracket to the system with two
screws. Connect the power connector and the data cable to the HDD.
▶ After pushing the HDD to the right and securely fix the bracket to the system with two
screws.
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▶ Assemble the HDD cover and securely fix it to the system with two screws.
▶ Plug the AC power cord to the system and an AC outlet. Turn on the power switch on the
back of the system and the following window will be displayed. Check the power cable and
the data cable connection if the system fails to recognize the HDD.
Check Disk
▶ Click the OK button and the system will start formatting the HDD as follows.
Formatting
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9. Installation of additional HDDs
▶ Update the Firmware with USB memory (or CD-RW/DVD-RW).
-Copy the Firmware to USB memory (or CD-RW/DVD-RW).
-Plug the USB memory to USB Port of the system and select USB/CDRW/DVD
on the following window.
▶ If the Firmware is detected, the Firmware lists will be showed up as below.
▶ When one of the Firmware lists is selected, the Firmware update will be proceeded and the
system will automatically start rebooting after updating.
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FACTORY DEFAULT SETTINGS ...........................................................................................156
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Recording time table
HDD: 500GB
Recording Resolution: Half D1 (720 x 240)
Based on 8 cameras
HOURS
Each
30 fps
15 fps
10 fps
7 fps
5 fps
3 fps
2 fps
(Total)
(240fps)
(120fps)
(80fps)
(56fps)
(40fps)
(24fps)
(16fps)
BEST
58.00
115.00
173.00
249.00
347.00
579.00
870.00
HIGH
194.00
387.00
581.00
830.00
1162.00
1937.00
2907.00
NORMAL
452.00
903.00
1356.00
1937.00
2712.00
4519.00
6778.00
LOW
917.00
1833.00
2750.00
3929.00
5500.00
9169.00
13754.00
DAYS
Each
30 fps
15 fps
10 fps
7 fps
5 fps
3 fps
2 fps
(Total)
(240fps)
(120fps)
(80fps)
(56fps)
(40fps)
(24fps)
(16fps)
BEST
2.40
4.79
7.20
10.38
14.45
24.12
36.25
HIGH
8.00
16.13
24.20
34.58
48.41
80.70
121.12
NORMAL
18.80
37.63
56.50
80.70
113.00
188.29
282.41
LOW
38.20
76.38
114.58
163.70
229.16
382.00
573.00
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Factory default settings
(1) LIVE SCREEN
8 SPLIT
OSD ON
(2) TIME / DATE
DISPLAY : ON
TIME FORMAT : 24 HOUR
DATE FORMAT : YYYY/MM/DD
(3) LOAD / BACKUP CONFIG
NONE LISTS
(4) USER ACCOUNT
PASSWORD : SET YOUR PASSWORD ( THE PASSWORD IS NULL )
PASSWORD ON/OFF : OFF
(5) IR REMOTE ID
OFF
(6) HDD OVERWRITE
ON
(7) CAMERA
ACTIVE : ALL ON
NAME : CAM XX
BUZZER : ALL ON
RELAY : ALL OFF
PAN/TILT VENDOR : PELCO
DISPLAY : ON
SEQ DISPLAY DWELL : 1 SEC
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(8) AUDIO
AUDIO 1 : RELATED CAMERA CH 1, RECORD OFF, MIC 5
AUDIO 2 : RELATED CAMERA CH 2, RECORD OFF, MIC 5
AUDIO 3 : RELATED CAMERA CH 3, RECORD OFF, MIC 5
AUDIO 4 : RELATED CAMERA CH 4, RECORD OFF, MIC 5
(9) RECORD
RECORD ICON DISPLAY : ON
SIZE : ALL HALF D1 (704 X 240)
FPS : ALL 15 fps
QUALITY : ALL HIGH
MODE : ALL MANUAL RECORD MODE
SENSITIVITY : LOW (19)
- TIMER RECORD
ACTIVE : ALL OFF
TIMER : ALL 00 : 00
- MOTION
DETECT : OFF
PRE : 1 sec.
HOLD : 1 sec.
SPOT : OFF
REGION : ALL SET
- SENSOR
DETECT : OFF
PRE : 1 sec.
HOLD : 1 sec.
SPOT : OFF
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(10) NETWORK
TYPE : DYNAMIC
PORT : 113
SERVER 1 MODE : DISABLE
SERVER 1 IP ADDRESS : 65.60.84.25
SERVER 1 PORT : 300
SERVER 2 MODE : DISABLE
SERVER 2 IP ADDRESS : 221.149.149.117
SERVER 2 PORT : 300
SERVER SITE NAME : SXXXXXX (MAC ADDRESS)
(11) VIDEO
- CAMERA INPUT
BRIGHTNESS
: 128 (Max. 255)
CONTRAST
: 128 (Max. 255)
- VGA OUTPUT
BRIGHTNESS
: 20 (Max. 40)
CONTRAST
: 20 (Max. 40)
SATURATION : 20 (Max. 40)
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FAQ
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I cannot login
▶ Please check if the link LED of DVR and LAN port of PC are lit.
▶ Please check if the IP address on DVR and the PC is identical.
Check SYSTEM STATUS by pressing STATUS button of DVR
(Available on LIVE mode and RECORD mode.)
MY IP : xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
Check Target IP Address by clicking CONF button of PC host program.
TARGET IP ADDRESS : xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
▶ Please check whether there is a response upon PING test with DVR IP.
Type "PING -t xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx" in DOS COMMAND window and execute.
(xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx is the DVR IP)
Request timed out → Check IP address
Reply from : xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx : Check Port number. Check if other user is using this.
▶ Please check the Port number of DVR and PC is identical.
Check Port number at MENU-SETUP → SYSTEM → NETWORK IP CONFIG.
PORT : 5800 ( on DVR )
TARGET PORT NUMBER : 5800 ( on Host Program )
▶ Please confirm the Password of DVR and PC is identical.
Check Password at MENU → SETUP → SYSTEM → PASSWORD
▶ Please check whether DVR is connected another PC.
Check SYSTEM STATUS by pressing STATUS button.
FROM : xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx : IP which is presently connected.
MY IP : xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx : DVR is waiting for connection.
▶ Please check whether firewall is installed in the network.
Ask the network administrator to reconfigure the firewall.
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Limited 1Year Warranty
This warranty gives the original purchaser specific legal rights and you may also have other rights,
which may vary from state to state. If our products do not function because of any defect in
material or workmanship, we will repair it for free for 1 year on parts and labor from the date of
original purchase. This warranty does not cover modification, abuse, incidental or consequential
damages unless the state of owner’s residence specially prohibits limitations on incidental or
consequential damages.
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How to obtain Factory Service
•
Original purchaser must fill out the warranty card and mail it to the factory with the model
number, serial number and the date of purchase.
•
We will repair or replace, and return the system to the owner under this limited warranty.
•
Please pack the system carefully and securely using the original packing materials, and
send it prepaid and insured to: 13073 E. 166th St, Cerritos, CA 90703.
•
Please include a check for $50.00 to cover the cost of return postage and handling. If the
system is returned within the warranty period, please include a proof of purchase. If the
system is out of warranty, you will receive an estimate of the repair cost for your approval
before repair work will be started.
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