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9 Channel Digital Video Recorder
DXR109
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OPERATION IS SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING TWO CONDITIONS:
1. THIS DEVICE MAY NOT CAUSE HARMFULL INTERFERENCE, AND
2. THIS DEVICE MUST ACCEPT ANY INTERFERENCE RECEIVED,
INCLUDING INTERFERENCE THAT MAY CAUSE UNDESIRED
OPERATION.
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of
the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment
is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required
to correct the interference at one’s own expense.
CAUTION: CHANGES OR MODIFICATIONS NOT EXPRESSLY APPROVED BY THE PARTY RESPONSIBLE FOR
COMPLIANCE COULD VOID THE USER’S AUTHORITY TO OPERATE THE EQUIPMENT.
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Table of Contents
Important Safety Instructions..........................................................................................................................................................................3
Introduction........................................................................................................................................................................................................4
Features .............................................................................................................................................................................................................4
System Contents ..............................................................................................................................................................................................5
Getting Started..................................................................................................................................................................................................5
Front Panel Controls ........................................................................................................................................................................................6
Back Panel Connections .................................................................................................................................................................................8
Accessing the Main Menu...............................................................................................................................................................................9
Main Menu....................................................................................................................................................................................................9
System Set Up...........................................................................................................................................................................................10
Selecting the Audio Input Channel ...............................................................................................................................................10
Setting the Internal Audible Alarm Buzzer .................................................................................................................................10
Setting the External Audible Alarm device .................................................................................................................................10
Setting the Motion Audible Alarm feature...................................................................................................................................11
Setting the Alarm Duration ...............................................................................................................................................................11
Setting the Dwell Time ......................................................................................................................................................................11
Setting the Message Latch feature ...............................................................................................................................................11
System Time/Date Set up........................................................................................................................................................................11
Selecting the Date Display Format ...............................................................................................................................................11
Setting System Time & Date...........................................................................................................................................................11
Changing the System Password ...................................................................................................................................................12
Clearing the Hard Drive Data..........................................................................................................................................................12
Resetting System to Factory Defaults .........................................................................................................................................12
Remote Protocol Setup.....................................................................................................................................................................13
Timer Recording Setup .....................................................................................................................................................................13
Timer .......................................................................................................................................................................................................13
Record Settings ...................................................................................................................................................................................15
HDD Overwrite Setup: .......................................................................................................................................................................15
Record IPS Setup: ..............................................................................................................................................................................15
Record Quality Setup ........................................................................................................................................................................15
Alarm REC IPS setup ........................................................................................................................................................................15
Alarm REC Quality setup .................................................................................................................................................................15
Motion Trigger Record ......................................................................................................................................................................15
Camera Channel Setup ....................................................................................................................................................................16
Motion Detection.......................................................................................................................................................................................17
Event Log Viewing ..............................................................................................................................................................................19
Operation.........................................................................................................................................................................................................20
On Screen Display (OSD)................................................................................................................................................................20
Recording Methods ............................................................................................................................................................................20
Viewing Options: .................................................................................................................................................................................20
Individual Camera Select (1 - 9): .........................................................................................................................................................20
Multi View Select:...................................................................................................................................................................................20
Picture in Picture (PIP):.........................................................................................................................................................................21
Zoom:.......................................................................................................................................................................................................21
Video Search ........................................................................................................................................................................................21
Playing Back Video ............................................................................................................................................................................21
Key Lock ................................................................................................................................................................................................22
Troubleshooting..............................................................................................................................................................................................23
Technical Specifications................................................................................................................................................................................24
Appendix 1: Installing the HDD....................................................................................................................................................................25
Appendix 2: Connection Diagram to Cameras and Monitor....................................................................................................................27
Appendix 3: Pin Configurations....................................................................................................................................................................28
Pin References for RS-232 / Alarm Block ..................................................................................................................................29
Appendix 4: Rack Mount Installation...........................................................................................................................................................30
Appendix 5: Recording Times (in Hours)...................................................................................................................................................31
Appendix 6: RS232 Remote Protocol .........................................................................................................................................................32
Appendix 7: Compatible HDD Brands.........................................................................................................................................................33
Limited Warranty ............................................................................................................................................................................................34
Care & Maintenance ......................................................................................................................................................................................35
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Important Safety Instructions
All the safety and operating instructions should be read before operating this equipment. The improper operation may cause
irreparable damage to the appliance.
Lift and place this equipment gently.
Do not expose this equipment to direct sunlight.
Do not use this equipment near water or in contact with water.
Do not spill liquid of any kind on the equipment.
Do not unplug the power connector before turning the power off correctly.
This equipment should be operated using only the power source from standard package.
Unauthorized repair or parts substitutions may result in fire, electric shock or other hazards.
Do not switch the Power On & Off within short period (within 3 seconds).
Do not attempt to service this equipment by yourself. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
This installation should conform to all local codes.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK. DO NOT OPEN.
CAUTION:
!
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USERSERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
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Introduction
The DXR109 combines a 9 channel multiplexer with a Digital Video Recorder (DVR).
The DVR offers many advantages over traditional time lapse VCR’s, allowing you to quickly access and search for a specific
time segment or event, which has been recorded. This high quality recorded video can be viewed at various playback speeds
as well as frame-by-frame with the Jog Button feature
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Features
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Wavelet Compression Format
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4 Audio inputs and 2 outputs
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Resolution: 704X564 - full screen, 352X282 - 4 channels, 224X188 9 - channels
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Independent main and call monitor outputs allow simultaneous or full screen viewing
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Multi screen display mode
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9 channel alarm input, alarm display and 1 alarm output
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Video loss detection able to record 160 events on each channel
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Power-loss memory feature (In case of power failure, set-up parameter will remain)
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Supports 1 removable HDD, IDE type (up to a maximum of 250GB)
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Display refresh rate up to 72 IPS (NTSC) and 50 IPS(PAL)
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Record refresh rate up to 25 IPS (NTSC) and 22 IPS (PAL)
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Quick multiple search by date/time, alarm or full list
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Multiple speed playback
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Security password protection
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RS-232, RS-485 communication protocol
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System Contents
The DXR109 box should include the items listed below. Please take a moment to verify that no items are missing from the
package.
Hard Disk Drive in Cartridge
(not included in all models)
DXR109 Digital Video Recorder
Installation / User
NOTE:
Manual
2 Keys for
Hard Drive Cartridge
Power Adapter and Cord
KEEP THE KEYS IN A SAFE PLACE. THEY ARE NECESSARY FOR INSTALLATION / REMOVAL OF THE HARD
DISK DRIVE.
Getting Started
If the purchased DVR model did not contain a hard disk drive, please refer to Appendix #1 for HDD installation
instructions.
1.
Connect video sources and monitor(s) following the configuration example shown in Appendix # 2.
2.
Connect the AC Power Cord to the Power Adapter and plug into an electrical outlet. A Red LED indicator light will be
ON to indicate that the DVR is in Standby mode.
3.
Press the Power button. The POWER LED will turn from red to orange, and other red LED indicators will turn ON.
Note: the system takes approximately 5 to 15 seconds to power up. During the power-up, you will see the following
messages: “HDD Detecting”, followed by “Master HDD Connected”.
Once connected, the POWER LED will change to green, and the red indicator lights will be ON next to the Alarm and Timer
buttons. (The alarm and Timer LED’s simply indicate that these features are enabled)
NOTE:
IF YOU GET THE MESSAGE “HDD NOT FOUND”, PLEASE SEE APPENDIX #1 AS THE HDD IS LIKELY NOT
INSTALLED CORRECTLY.
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Front Panel Controls
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17 16
15
LOREX
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11 12 13
1.
REMOVABLE HDD CARTRIDGE
Please refer to Appendix #1.
2.
MENU
Press MENU to enter or exit the system setup menu.
3.
ENTER
Press ENTER to select an item for change while in the setup menu.
4.
SELECT
Press the SELECT button to change the camera shown i n the individual panes of the multi screen modes.
5.
ZOOM
Press ZOOM to enlarge the picture display 2x.
6.
Picture in Picture
Press the PIP button to change to Picture in Picture mode.
7.
4/7 channel display mode
8.
9 channel display mode
9.
REC
Press REC to start recording.
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10. PLAY
Press PLAY to playback the most recently recorded video.
11. REW / Left
REW: Under DMR play mode, it can play video backward at different speeds. (Press REW again to adjust speed as 1, 2,
4, 8, 16, 32 times)
Left: When in the setup mode, it works as Left directional button.
12. STOP / Down
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STOP: Under DMR Record / Play mode, it can stop the moment action.
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DOWN: When in the setup mode, it works as the Down directional button.
13. FF / Right
FF: It can play video forward at high speed, and press FF again to adjust speed from 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32 times.
Right: When in the setup mode, it can work as the Right directional button.
14. POWER
Press Power to turn ON / OFF the DMR.
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15. PAUSE / Up
Pause: Under DMR play mode, it can pause the action.
UP: When in the setup mode, it works as an Up directional button.
16. LED INDICATORS
These LED Light are ON under following condition.
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HDD Full: HDD is full
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ALARM: If you want to turn off the ALARM LED light, please refer to page 13 and set the Camera / ALARM item as
OFF (all of the cameras should be set as OFF.)
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TIMER: When Timer is set as Enabled
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PLAY: On Play mode
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REC: On Recording mode
17. SLOW
Press to slow down the playback speed.
18. CAMERA SELECT (1-9)
Press the Camera Select (1-9) to select specified camera
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Back Panel Connections
1.
POWER INPUT
Connects to the Power cord.
2.
EXTERNAL I/O
Connects to a PC for Remote Control via RS-232 or to an Alarm Block. (see appendix 6 for more info)
3.
75/HI
When using the LOOP function, allows for HI impedance or 75ohms.
4.
VIDEO INPUT (1-9)
Connects to a video source i.e. (camera).
5.
CALL
Connects to the CALL monitor for real time sequencing.
6.
AUDIO OUTPUTS (1-2)
Connects to a speaker (or a monitor with audio speaker).
7.
AUDIO OUTPUTS (R/L)
Connects to an audio source for recording purposes (i.e. microphone).
8.
MONITOR
Connects to the main display monitor.
9.
LOOP
Allows connection to other video devices.
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Accessing the Main Menu
The Menu allows you to configure your DVR settings and program various recording options.
Follow these steps in order to access the Menu:
Press the MENU button. The password screen will appear:
Password: 0000
The default Password is 0000.
To change the number of the Password, use the ? / ? buttons to scroll left and right between numbers, and use the ? / ?
buttons to change the value of the number that is flashing.
Press the ENTER button once the correct Password is entered. The menu options screen will appear.
NOTE: If you get a message “Password Error”, you have entered an incorrect password.
Main Menu
When the correct password is entered, the main menu options will be displayed.
There are 5 options available in the Main Menu:
Timer:
Record:
Camera:
System:
Event:
?
Scheduling Recording
Record mode set-up
Camera channel set-up
System Setup (Sets the date, chooses an HDD overwrite setting, changes
password, resets system settings, or clears the HDD)
Event List - Allows you to view video from a list of recorded events
(Menu)
Search
Timer
Record
Camera
System
Event
Navigating the Menu:
? /? :
? /? :
Scroll up and down through menu options; change values when an option is selected and is blinking
Scroll sideways within a menu option that has been selected
ENTER:
MENU:
Selects a submenu / an option in a submenu for browsing / modification
Completes modification of a menu option; exits a menu
NOTE:
The Menu setup will timeout after 1 minute of no key presses.
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System Set Up
The system menu is used to configure the system level o ptions of the DXR109…
To access the System features, press MENU followed by the 4-digit password. Use the ? / ? to scroll to the ‘System’ option
and press ENTER.
(SYSTEM)
Audio Input:
Int Audible Alarm:
Ext Audible Alarm:
Motion Audible Alarm:
Alarm Duration:
Dwell Time:
Message Latch:
Title Display:
Time Display:
2003-JAN-02 (THU)
New Password:
Clear HDD:
System Reset:
Remote Mode:
Baud Rate:
Remote ID:
1
ON
ON
ON
10 SEC
02 SEC
NO
ON
Y/M/D
17:37:09
XXXX
NO
NO
RS-232
9600
000
Using the ? / ? buttons, scroll to the desired option and press ENTER to select it.
Selecting the Audio Input Channel
This Feature is used to select the audio channel to record. To set this Audio Input Channel:
1.
2.
3.
4.
On the System screen, press ? / ? to select Audio Input, then press ENTER.
Press ? / ? to select the desired time audio channel (1-4)
Press MENU to confirm your change.
Press ? / ? to move to another field on the System screen or press MENU to exit.
Setting the Internal Audible Alarm Buzzer
To enable or disable the internal audible alarm buzzer: If enabled, the buzzer will sound when the external alarm input is
activated.
1.
2.
3.
4.
On the System screen, press ? / ? to select Internal audible alarm buzzer, then press ENTER.
Press ? / ? to enable or disable the internal audible alarm buzzer. Options are:
ON = Buzzer is on. When the DVR detects an alarm, the system sounds the internal buzzer to alert the user.
OFF = Buzzer is off.
Press MENU to confirm your change.
Press ? / ? to move to another field on the System screen or press MENU to exit.
Setting the External Audible Alarm device
To enable or disable the External Audible Alarm Device:
1.
2.
3.
4.
On the System screen, press ? / ? to select External Audible Alarm Device, then press ENTER.
Press ? / ? to enable or disable the External Audible Alarm Device. Options are:
ON = External Device is on. When the DVR detects an alarm, the system triggers the external audible alarm.
OFF = External Device is Off
Press MENU to confirm your change.
Press ? / ? to move to another field on the System screen or press MENU to exit.
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Setting the Motion Audible Alarm feature
If enabled, the buzzer will sound if the video motion detect feature is set and motion is detected.
5.
6.
7.
8.
On the System screen, press ? / ? to select Motion Audible Alarm, then press ENTER.
Press ? / ? to enable or disable the External Audible Alarm Device. Options are:
ON = Buzzer will sound when motion is detected.
OFF = The buzzer will remain silent when motion is detected.
Press MENU to confirm your change.
Press ? / ? to move to another field on the System screen or press MENU to exit.
Setting the Alarm Duration
To set the duration of the Alarm:
1.
2.
3.
4.
On the System screen, press ? / ? to select Alarm Duration, then press ENTER.
Press ? / ? to select the desired time (10s, 15s, 20, 30, 1min, 2min, 3min, 5min, 10min, 15min, 30min, always)
Press MENU to confirm your change.
Press ? / ? to move to another field on the System screen or press MENU to exit.
Setting the Dwell Time
This timer is used to select the amount of time (between 1 -10s) a channel appears on the call monitor before sequencing to
the next channel. To Set the Dwell Time:
1.
2.
3.
4.
On the System screen, press ? / ? to select Dwell Time, then press ENTER.
Press ? / ? to select the desired time (1-10s)
Press MENU to confirm your change.
Press ? / ? to move to another field on the System screen or press MENU to exit.
Setting the Message Latch feature
This feature determines if the On Screen messages will remain on the screen or disappear after 10s. To set the Message
Latch:
1.
2.
3.
4.
On the System screen, press ? / ? to select Message Latch, then press ENTER.
Press ? / ? to enable or disable the Message Latch feature. Options are:
NO = Screen messages will disappear after a 10 sec. (this is the default setting)
YES = On Screen messages will remain on the screen for the duration of the event.
Press MENU to confirm your change.
Press ? / ? to move to another field on the System screen or press MENU to exit.
System Time/Date Set up
Selecting the Date Display Format
1.
2.
3.
4.
On the System screen, press ? / ? to select Date Display, then press ENTER.
Press ? / ? to choose a display format. Options are:
Y-M-D = Year - Month - Day
M-D-Y = Month - Day - Year
D-M-Y = Day – Month - Year
Off = The date and time will not show on the screen.
Press MENU to confirm your change.
Press ? / ? to move to another field on the System screen or press MENU to exit this screen and confirm the
current operation.
Setting System Time & Date
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1.
2.
3.
4.
On the System screen, press ? / ? to select System Time & Date, then press ENTER.
Press ? / ? to choose a number, then press ? / ? to move to the next digit:
2003-Jan-01 (Mon) 22:38:29
Press MENU to confirm your change.
Press ? / ? to move to another field on the System screen or press MENU to exit this screen and confirm the
current operation.
Changing the System Password
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
On the System screen, press ? / ? to select New Password, then press ENTER.
Press ? / ? to choose a number, then press ? / ? to move to the next digit:
Press MENU to confirm your change.
Press ? / ? move to another field on the System screen or press MENU to exit this screen and confirm the current
operation.
If you have completed all your system configuration changes, press MENU again to exit and close menu setup.
Clearing the Hard Drive Data
This option will erase all data from the hard drive.
Ensure that there are no important recordings on the disk before using this option.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
NOTE:
On the System screen, press ? / ? to select Clear HDD, and then press ENTER.
Press ? / ? to choose YES to clear the HDD or NO to leave as is.
When you choose “Yes” on this option and press ENTER, the DVR will prompt:
Press ? to confirm clearing, or ? to cancel.
Press MENU to confirm your change.
Press ? / ? to move to another field on the System screen or press MENU to exit this
screen and confirm the current operation.
All Data in HDD
Will Be Cleared
Are you sure?
(? : No ? : Yes )
Clearing the data from the Hard Drive results in permanent, irreversible loss of all video and related data currently
stored on the Hard Drive.
Resetting System to Factory Defaults
Using the System Reset option will set all options back to factory default settings. Use the steps below to perform this option.
1.
2.
3.
4.
On the System screen, press ? / ? to select System Reset, and then press ENTER.
Press ? / ? to choose:
Yes = Confirm the system reset and load the default settings.
No = Do not reset the system at this time.
Press MENU to exit this screen and confirm the current operation.
If you have completed all your system configuration changes, press MENU again to exit and close menu setup.
NOTE: This will not affect the time and date settings.
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Remote Protocol Setup
This feature is used to set the basic RS-232/RS-485 protocols to control the DVR remotely from a
PC.
Pressing ENTER after scrolling to the Remote option will bring up the following menu options:
Remote mode:
Selects whether to use an RS-232 or RS-485 interface.
Baud rate:
Selects the baud rate (bps) to be used for the connection.
The available settings are: 115200, 57600, 19200, 9600, 3600, 2400, 1200.
ID:
Selects a numerical number representing the DVR being controlled if multiple
units are being used.
The available setting are: 000 – 255
(Menu)
Search
Timer
Record
Alarm
? Remote
System
Event
The remote connection on the DVR uses 8 data bits, 1 start bit, and 1 stop bit, no Parity.
Below is an example of the data stream with the control codes shown.
ACT – OxFF
OxCO
ID
FUNCTION
STOP – Ox7F
Please refer to Appendix 3 for information on the Pin connections and command protocols that would be used in this
application.
Timer Recording Setup
On the Main menu, selecting the Timer option will allow you to set daily schedules in which
you would like the DVR to automatically record.
Pressing ENTER after scrolling to the Timer option will bring up the following menu options:
Timer
(Timer)
Day
Start End
Daily
01:00 02:00
SUN
12:00 13:00
MON
08:00 09:00
MO~FR 00:00 01:00
SA~SU 20:00 21:00
JAN-01 15:00 16:00
Timer Enable:
No
1.
IPS
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Press ? / ? to select the day(s) to record on, the available options are…
Daily:
Everyday
SUN:
Sunday
MON:
Monday
TUE:
Tuesday
WED:
Wednesday
THU:
Thursday
FRI:
Friday
SAT:
Saturday
MO-FR:
Monday to Friday
SA-SU:
Saturday & Sunday
JAN-01: Special Date
OFF:
Not activated
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(Menu)
Search
? Timer
Record
Alarm
Remote
System
Event
2.
Use the ? / ? scroll keys to move to START record time 00:00 (HH:MM)
Press ? / ? to set the start time
3.
Press ? / ? move to END record time 00:00 (HH:MM)
Press ? / ? to change END record Time numerical digit
4.
Press ? / ? move to QUALITY
Press? / ? to choose options of
BEST, HIGH, NORMAL, BASIC
5.
Press ? / ? move to Record IPS (Images Per Second)
Press? / ? to choose one of the following options
NTSC: 15A, 15, 8, 4, 2, 1
PAL: 12A, 12, 6, 3, 2, 1
6.
Press MENU to confirm current operation, and enter to next Timer Record setup.
7.
Press ? / ? move location to Timer Enable: Yes or No setup
YES : To confirm Timer Enable: Scheduling Timer Record feature
NO : To confirm no Timer Enable: No Scheduling Timer Record feature
8.
Press MENU to exit and confirm current operation.
9.
Press MENU again to exit and close TIMER setup mode.
NOTE:
WHEN THE TIMER IS SET, THE REC LED INDICATOR WILL BE ON. ALTHOUGH THE LIGHT MAY BE ON, THE
SYSTEM IS NOT NECESSARILY RECORDING SINCE IT WILL ONLY RECORD DURING ITS SCHEDULED TIME.
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Record Settings
On the Main menu, selecting the Record option will allow you to set the quality and speed of
recordings.
Pressing ENTER after scrolling to the Record option will bring up the following menu
options:
(RECORD)
HDD Overwrite: NO
Record IPS: 25A
Record Quality: Normal
Alarm Rec IPS: 25A
Alarm Rec Quality: Normal
Motion Trigger Record: ON
HDD Overwrite Setup:
1. Press ENTER to confirm HDD OVERWRITE setup.
2. Press ? / ? to choose HDD OVERWRITE.
NO: When HDD full will stop recording
YES: When HDD full will overwrite the HDD recording
3. Press MENU to exit and confirm current operation.
4. Press MENU again to exit and close HDD OVERWRITE setup mode.
Record IPS Setup:
1. Press ENTER to confirm RECORD IPS setup.
2. Press ? / ? to choose IPS record speed. Note that ‘15A’ indicates 15 ips with audio.
NTSC: 25A, 15, 8, 4, 2, 1
PAL: 18A, 12, 6, 3, 2, 1
3. Press MENU to exit and confirm current operation.
4. Press MENU again to exit and close RECORD IPS setup mode.
Record Quality Setup
1. Press ENTER to confirm Record Quality setup.
2. Press? / ? to choose Record Quality level.
BEST, HIGH, NORMAL, BASIC
3. Press MENU to exit and confirm current operation.
4. Press MENU again to exit and close RECORD QUALITY setup mode.
Alarm REC IPS setup
1. Press ENTER to confirm ALARM REC IPS setup.
2. Press ? / ? to choose ALARM REC IPS record speed.
NTSC: 15A, 15, 8, 4, 2, 1
PAL: 12A, 12, 6, 3, 2, 1
3. Press MENU to exit and confirm current operation.
4. Press MENU again to exit and close ALARM REC IPS setup mode.
Alarm REC Quality setup
1. Press ENTER to confirm ALARM REC QUALITY setup.
2. Press? / ? to choose ALARM REC QUALITY level.
BEST, HIGH, NORMAL, BASIC
3. Press MENU to exit and confirm current operation.
4. Press MENU again to exit and close ALARM REC QUALITY setup mode.
Motion Trigger Record
1. Press ENTER to confirm MOTION TRIGGER RECORD setup.
2. Press? / ? to toggle the option between ON and OFF.
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?
(Menu)
Search
Timer
Record
Alarm
Remote
System
Event
Camera Channel Setup
To access the Camera option, press MENU followed by the 4-digit password. Use the ? / ? to scroll to the Camera option
and press ENTER.
TITLE
DWELL
ALARM
RECORD
---01
ON
5
5
5
LOW
EVENT
---02
ON
5
---03
ON
5
5
5
LOW
EVENT
5
5
LOW
EVENT
---04
ON
5
5
5
LOW
EVENT
The options available in this section are as follows…
Title
This feature is used to assign a 6 -character title to each camera input.
1. Press ? / ? to select the desired time camera channel (1-9), and then press ENTER.
2. Press ? / ? to select the desired character and ? / ? to move to the next character
3. Press MENU to confirm and exit the Title setting.
4. Press MENU again to exit the Camera Setup Option
Dwell
This feature is used to enable or disable the dwell feature for each camera when viewing us ing the call monitor output.
1. Press ? / ? to select the desired time camera channel (1-9), then press ENTER.
2. Press ? / ? to select the Dwell feature on the screen.
3. Press MENU to confirm and exit the dwell setting.
4. Press MENU again to exit the Camera Setup Option
Brightness / Contrast / Color
This feature is used to adjust the video settings on each channel.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Press ? / ? to select the desired time camera channel (1-9), then press ENTER.
Press ? / ? to select the Brightness, Contrast, or Color feature on the screen.
Press ? / ? to select 0~9 on the screen.
Press MENU to confirm and exit the Brightness, Contrast, or Color control feature
Press MENU again to exit the Camera Setup Option
Alarm Polarity
This feature is used to select the alarm polarity as LOW / OFF / HIGH.
1. Press ? / ? to select the desired time camera channel (1-9), then press ENTER.
2. Press ? / ? to select the Alarm Polarity feature on the screen.
3. Press ? / ? to select LOW / OFF / HIGH on the screen.
4. Press MENU to confirm and exit the Alarm Polarity feature
5. Press MENU again to exit the Camera Setup Option
Record Method
This feature is used to select the DVR record method as either EVENT / NORMAL / OFF.
1. Press ? / ? to select the desired time camera channel (1-9), then press ENTER.
2. Press ? / ? to select the Record Method feature on the screen.
3. Press ? / ? to select EVENT/ NORMAL/ OFF on the screen.
EVENT:
when the alarm input is triggered, the DVR will increase the recording time to that channel.
i.e. the normal record sequence for cameras is camera 1, camera 2, camera 3 etc… In Event mode, when an alarm in
triggered from channel 1, the DVR will record using the following sequence…., Camera 1, Camera 2, Camera 1,
Camera 3, Camera 1, Camera 4 etc….
NORMAL:
When an External Audible Alarm is triggered, the DVR will record normally as set up.
OFF:
An Alarm Trigger will not cause the DVR to start recording
4. Press MENU to confirm and exit the Record Method feature
5. Press MENU again to exit the Camera Setup Option
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Motion Detection
The Motion Detect feature provides a visual indication on the monitor when movement is detected in the picture. Also, if the
‘Motion Trigger Record’ option is enabled in the ‘Record’ menu, recording will active on all cameras when motion is detected.
Use the steps below to enable/disable the detection zones for each camera.
Press MENU to enter the menu set up, then ? to CAMERA setup.
Press ENTER twice to enter the Motion Detection Setup.
Each screen displays the current camera picture overlaid with the motion targets (as Figure 1). Pressing the ? / ? , ? / ?
buttons will toggle the motion detection between ON or OFF.
The targets on each motion setup can be turned to ON or OFF individually by row. To set up targets, using the following front
panel buttons:
1. Press ENTER to confirm the channel
2. Press ENTER to enter motion mode
3. ? moves the target cursor up one row at a time.
4. ? moves the target cursor down one row at a time.
5. ? moves the target cursor left one column at a time.
6. ? moves the target cursor right one column at a time.
7. Press ENTER to turn the target cursor ON
Press ENTER again to turn the target cursor OFF
8. Camera Select (1-15) toggles the corresponding target on the cursor line ON or OFF. (see Figure 1.1) There are
only 15 targets in a row, therefore; only Camera Selected (1-15) can be operated.
9. Zoom: turns all targets in the current row ON or OFF. (Figure 1-2)
10. PIP: turns all targets on the screen ON or OFF. (Figure 1-3)
Press SLOW button to setup the Sensitivity list up to 255
1. Press REC button to setup the Sensitivity list down to 000
2. Sensitivity value is related to motion and brightness change.
3. Low value (as 001) means higher sensitivity on motion and brightness change.
4. High value (as 255) means lower sensitivity on motion and brightness change.
User can choose the suitable sensitivity value in different locations. The default value is set on 32.
Figure 1 MOTION DETECTION SETUP
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Event Log Viewing
To access the Event Log Viewing option, press MENU followed by the 4-digit password. Use the ? / ? to scroll to the Event
option and press ENTER to view the list of logged events.
Use the ? / ? to scroll through the events on the display and ? / ? to go to the next page. To view
the video associated with an event, scroll to the event and press ENTER.
The following is a list of events that can be displayed on the DXR109.
M-HDD WARNING:
M-HDD LOSS:
M-HDD ERROR:
S-HDD WARNING:
S-HDD LOSS:
S-HDD ERROR:
HDD FULL:
SYSTEM ERROR:
------02 VLOSS:
------03 ALARM:
POWER RESTORE:
Master HDD might be failed
Master HDD does not exist. User can use other HDD.
Master HDD may contain error.
Slave HDD may have failed.
Slave HDD does not exist. User can use other HDD
Slave HDD may contain error.
HDD is full.
System may have failed.
Channel: 2 Video Loss
Channel: 3 External I/O Alarm triggered.
Power restore.
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(Menu)
Search
Timer
Record
Alarm
Remote
System
? Event
Operation
On Screen Display (OSD)
The DXR109 will display all current status on the OSD.
2002 – JAN –01 01:02:03
Here is an example of the display.
E
32GB
The following status will be shown:
Time and Date – The current time and date will be shown on the first line.
Record Type – The current recording method will be shown:
M= Manual, T= Timer, A= Alarm, E= External Trigger
Record Status – An
icon will be displayed when the unit is currently recording
HDD Status – This will display either the remaining HDD capacity in GB or OW to indicate
that it is set to Overwrite.
Video Loss - Screen will display
if the video input is not connected properly.
Recording Methods
The DXR109 offers a variety of flexible recording modes. The unit can be set up to record continually, following a schedule, or
by record events. In addition, the recording speed and resolution is also configurable (these options are configurable through
the system menu). Under the recording status, if power is stopped accidentally, recorded video will still be stored in the HDD
and will be available when the power is restored, and the original recording setup will remain.
When recording, the top line of the display will show the date, time, and the amount of available HDD memory (in GB).
In the example below, the letter “A” represents the alarm trigger and the letters “OW” represents HDD over write.
2002 – JAN –01 01:02:03
A?OW
There are 3 record modes for DXR109: Alarm Record, Timer Record, and Manual Record.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Alarm Record
The display will indicate a recording triggered by an Alarm using the letter “A”.
Timer Record
The display will indicate a scheduled recording using the letter “T”.
Manual Record
The display will indicate a manual recording (by pressing the REC button) using the letter “M”.
Motion Trigger Record
Recording will be triggered by motion sensing and is indicated with the letter ‘D’.
Viewing Options:
Individual Camera Select (1 - 9):
Press Camera Select (1 - 9) button to select the desired camera to display in full screen mode.
Multi View Select:
This button is used to select the ideal viewing configuration.
1.
Press the
buttons to toggle the camera views.
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Picture in Picture (PIP):
This button is used to configure the monitor so a full screen is displayed in the background with a 1/16th size screen
insert.
1.
2.
3.
Press the
button to display the PIP mode.
Press SELECT then ? / ? button to move the insert screen.
Press MENU to exit
Zoom:
Feature is used to enlarge the display (2X) the size of the main picture. The screen will now display the “zoomed” picture
as the main picture with a small window inserted containing a moveable 1/4 view size of the appointed camera.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Select the desired camera by pressing Camera Select (1-9).
Press the Zoom button to zoom the image on the display.
Press the Zoom button again to move the zoom pointer.
Press MENU to exit
Video Search
The DVR allows you to easily find sections of recorded video using the Search feature.
Press the SEARCH button and you will see the following options:
Last Record: Plays the last recorded piece of video.
Full List:
Shows a listing of all recorded video on the HDD, sorted by time.
Alarm List:
Shows a listing of all recorded video triggered by an Alarm.
? Last Record
Full List
Alarm List
Time Search
Time Search: Finds video recorded on a specific date that is entered.
An example of a Full List search is shown on the left.
? M 2002-JAN-01 01:02:03
M 2002-JAN-01 01:02:03
A 2002-JAN-01 01:02:03
T 2002-JAN-01 01:02:03
E 2002-JAN-01 01:02:03
M 2002-JAN-01 01:02:03
? : Page Up ? : Page Down
Note that the date and time appear, along with the letter
representing the method of recording that took place.
Simply press ENTER to view a selected piece of video on
the list. The DVR will play that video, followed by the next
video in chronological order, until it hits the End of the list.
You can stop the video at any time by pressing the STOP
button.
Playing Back Video
Pressing PLAY while in Normal operation w ill play back the most recently recorded video clip. The controls below will allow
you further controls over the playback whether in this mode or when viewing video from the Search mode.
Fast forward -
Press PLAY on the front panel, then press FF/? to open the fast forward search screen.
Press FF/? once to increase the speed to 2X, twice to increase the speed to 4X, and so on. The maximum
fast forward speed is 32X.
Fast Reverse -
Press PLAY on the front panel, then press REW/? to open the fast reverse search screen.
Press REW/? once to increase the reverse speed to 2X, twice to increase the reverse speed to 4X, and so
on. The maximum fast rewind speed is 32X.
Slow forward -
Press PLAY on the front panel, then press SLOW for slow play. Press FF/? to play images at slow speed
(1/2X). Press FF/? again to slow the speed to 1/4X. Continue to press FF/? to slow down the speed. The
minimum slow speed is 1/32X.
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Slow reverse
Press PLAY on the front panel, then press SLOW for slow forward. Press REW/? to play images slowly
forward (1/2X). Press REW/? again to slow the speed to 1/4X. Continue to press REW/? to slow down the
speed. The minimum slow forward speed is 1/32X.
Image Jog
Press PLAY on the front panel, then press PAUSE to lock the current image on the screen.
Press FF/? to select single image play. Each time you press FF/? the next image will display. Continuing
to press FF/? will result in forward image-by-image playback.
Pressing REW/? will result in reverse image by image playback.
Pause
Press PLAY on the front panel, and then press PAUSE/? to lock the current image on the screen.
Stop
Press STOP on the front panel whenever you want to return the DVR to live monitoring mode.
Key Lock
For added security, you can Lock the buttons on your DXR109. Locking disables the functionality of the buttons and
prevents accidental key presses from altering the operation of the DXR109.
To enable the Key Lock feature, press and hold the ENTER and MENU at the same time.
To disable the Key Lock feature when it is locked, press and the ENTER and MENU at the same time.
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Troubleshooting
PROBLEM
SOLUTION
HDD not found
Need to insert HDD
Make sure that the HDD Cartridge is
locked, then press any key to continue
No Power
Check the power source cord connections
Check that there is power at the outlet
Buttons aren’t working when
pressed
Check if the system is in Key Lock mode
Press MENU and ENTER at the same
time to escape the Key Lock mode
No recorded video
Check that the HDD has been installed
correctly
Check that Timer / Alarm Enable is set to
YES
Check camera’s video cables and
connections
Check monitor’s video cables and
Timer / Alarm recording isn’t
working
No video
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Technical Specifications
Video format
NTSC/EIA or PAL/CCIR
HDD storage
IDE type, UTMA 66 above, 1 removable HDD supported
Record mode
Manual / Alarm / Timer
Camera input signal
Composite video signal 1 Vp -p 75O BNC, 9 Channels
Camera loop back
Composite video signal 1 Vp -p 75O BNC, 9 Channels
Main monitor output
Composite video signal 1 Vp -p 75O BNC
Call monitor output
Composite video signal 1 Vp-p 75O BNC
Audio input/ output
4 audio inputs, (RCA) and 2 audio outputs, (RCA)
Motion detect area
15 X 12 Targets per camera (NTSC)/ 15*14 targets per camera (PAL)
Motion detect sensitivity
256 Levels
Video loss detection
Yes
Refresh rate
72 IPS for NTSC / 100 IPS for PAL
Recording rate
25 IPS for NTSC / 12 IPS for PAL
Dwell time
Programmable (1 - 10 Sec)
Picture in picture
Yes (Moveable)
Key lock
Yes
Picture zoom
2X (Moveable)
Camera title
6 Characters
Video adjustable
Color / Contrast / Brightness Adjustable
Alarm input / output
Input: TTL input, Hi (5V), Low (GND) Output: COM,/N.O/N.C
Remote control
RS-232 or RS-485
Time display format
YY/NN/DD, DD/MM/YY, MM/DD/YY, OFF
Power source
AC 100-240V +/- 10% switching adaptor
Power consumption
<45W
Operation temperature
10 - 40 degrees C
RS - 232c / RS-485
115200, 57600, 19200, 9600, 4800, 3600, 2400, 1200 bps
Dimension (mm)
432 (W) x 110 (H) x 325 (D)
Net weight
5.7 Kgs
Because our products are subject to continuous improvem ent, SVII and its subsidiaries reserve the right to modify product
design and specifications without notice and without incurring any obligation. E&OE
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Appendix 1: Installing the HDD
NOTE:
The HDD has the same purpose in a DXR109 as a videocassette does in a VCR. However, installing the HDD is a bit
more complicated. Please follow the next steps carefully in order to ensure proper installation.
The compartment (with the handle) located on the front panel of the DXR109 is the removable Cartridge Casing where the
HDD is inserted. The various parts of the Cartridge Casing are labeled for your reference.
Cartridge Casing
1.
2.
3.
Keyhole
LED indicator lights (Power indicator & HDD Access indicator)
Handle
Step 1: Remove the Cartridge Casing from the DXR109
Lift the Handle and pull towards you. The Cartridge Casing will slide out of the DXR109.
NOTE:
The Cartridge must be unlocked to remove it, (please see step 8 for more information on locking and unlocking the
removable HDD cartridge).
Step 2: Remove the Cover from the Cartridge Casing
Step 3: Unclip the release latch with the word “OPEN,” printed beside it by gently pushing on the latch.
Step 4: Slide the cover off the Cartridge Casing.
Step 5: Insert the HDD into the Cartridge Casing
Take the Hard Disk Drive and connect the two cables from the back of the Cartridge Casing to the HDD.
The cables should be pushed in firmly, but not forcibly.
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Step 6: Secure the HDD in the cartridge casing.
Position the HDD into place and secure it using the six screws supplied.
Step 7: Slide the top Cover over the Cartridge Casing
Slide the Cover forward over the Cartridge Case. Ensure it is secured in place over the release latch.
Reinsert the Cartridge Casing into the DXR109
Step 8: Lock the Cartridge
To Lock the cabinet, turn the key clockwise to Position A.
A
(locked)
B
(unlocked)
To unlock the cabinet, turn the key counter-clockwise to Position B.
NOTE: The DXR109 will not function if the key is not in the locked position.
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Appendix 2: Connection Diagram to Cameras and Monitor
Video Camera
9
.. . .
2
Main Monitor
1
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Alarm
Sensor
Video Output
Audio Output
Alarm Input
RS232
Audio Input
(4 Channels)
Call Monitor
PC
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Appendix 3: Pin Configurations
9 pin Com Port
25 Pin Com Port
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Pin References for RS-232 / Alarm Block
PIN 1. GND
GROUND
PIN 18. ALARM INPUT 1
Used to connect an alarm sensor between ALARM INPUT 1 (PIN 18) and GND (PIN 1) to trigger an alarm on
Camera 1, which can activate the internal audible alarm and start recording.
PIN 5. ALARM INPUT 2
Used to connect an alarm sensor between ALARM INPUT 2 (PIN 5) and GND (PIN 1) to trigger an alarm on Camera
2 which can activate the internal audible alarm and start recording.
PIN 17. ALARM INPUT 3
Used to connect an alarm sens or between ALARM INPUT 3 (PIN 17) and GND (PIN 1) to trigger an alarm on
Camera 3 which can activate the internal audible alarm and start recording.
PIN 4. ALARM INPUT 4
Used to connect an alarm sensor between ALARM INPUT 4 (PIN 4) and GND (PIN 1) to trigger an alarm on Camera
4 which can activate the internal audible alarm and start recording.
PIN 16. ALARM INPUT 5
Used to connect an alarm sensor between ALARM INPUT 5 (PIN 4) and GND (PIN 1) to trigger an alarm on Camera
5 which can activate the internal audible alarm and start recording.
PIN 3. ALARM INPUT 6
Used to connect an alarm sensor between ALARM INPUT 6 (PIN 4) and GND (PIN 1) to trigger an alarm on Camera
6 which can activate the internal audible alarm and start recording.
PIN 15. ALARM INPUT 7
Used to connect an alarm sensor between ALARM INPUT 7 (PIN 4) and GND (PIN 1) to trigger an alarm on Camera
7 which can activate the internal audible alarm and start recording.
PIN 2. ALARM INPUT 8
Used to connect an alarm sensor between ALARM INPUT 8 (PIN 4) and GND (PIN 1) to trigger an alarm on Camera
8 which can activate the internal audible alarm and start recording.
PIN 22. ALARM INPUT 9
Used to connect an alarm sensor between ALARM INPUT 9 (PIN 4) and GND (PIN 1) to trigger an alarm on Camera
9 which can activate the internal audible alarm and start recording.\
PIN 11. RS232-TX
The DVR can be controlled remotely by an external device or control system, such as a control keyboard, using RS232 serial communications signals.
PIN 23. RS232-RX
The DVR can be controlled remotely by an external device or control system, such as a control keyboard, using RS232 serial communications signals.
PIN 12. RS485-A
The DVR can be controlled remotely by an external device or control system, such as a control keyboard, using
RS485 serial communications signals.
PIN 24. RS485-B
The DVR can be controlled remotely by an external device or control system, such as a control keyboard, using
RS485 serial communications signals.
PIN 13. EXTERNAL ALARM NO
Under normal operation COM disconnect with NO. But when Alarm triggered, COM connect with NO.
PIN 25. EXTERNAL ALARM COM
Under normal operation COM disconnect with NO. But when alarm triggered, COM connect with NO.
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Appendix 4: Rack Mount Installation
Screws and brackets for rack mounting applications can be purchased as an optional accessory.
Front Angle with Rack Mount
Side View with Rack Mount
For more information about the rack mount & other accessories through Strategic Vista, please visit:
www.strategicvista.com
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Appendix 5: Recording Times (in Hours)
NTSC SYSTEM
IPS
25A
15
8
4
2
1
Best
16hr
32hr
60hr
120hr
240hr
480hr
High
20hr
40hr
75hr
150hr
300hr
600hr
Normal
32hr
64hr
120hr
240hr
480hr
960hr
Basic
54hr
105hr
200hr
400hr
800hr
1600hr
Record Quality
HDD Type
80GB
IPS
25A
15
8
4
2
1
Best
24hr
48hr
90hr
180hr
360hr
720hr
High
30hr
60hr
1136hr
225hr
450hr
900hr
Normal
48hr
96hr
1600hr
360hr
720hr
1440hr
Basic
80hr
160hr
300hr
600hr
1200hr
2400hr
Record Quality
HDD Type
120GB
NOTE: The above data has been taken from actual test data obtained using recordings from a normal TV program and is to be
used for reference purposes only.
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Appendix 6: RS232 Remote Protocol
The RS-232 protocol allows you to control the DXR109 from a PC or any other serial device.
Data: 8 bit data, 1 start bit, 1 stop bit
ACT (0xFF)
ID
0xCO
FUNCTION
KEY_MENU
KEY_SELECT
KEY_ENTER
KEY_4CUT
KEY_ZOOM
KEY_9CUT
KEY_PIP
KEY_16CUT
KEY_SLOW
KEY_REC
KEY_LEFT
KEY_UP
KEY_PLAY
KEY_DOWN
KEY_RIGHT
KEY_POWER
KEY_KEY_LOCK
FUNCTION
STOP 0X7F
CODE
ASCII
FUNCTION
CODE
ASCII
0x4D
0x73
0x0D
0x61
0x5A
0x62
0x70
0x63
0x53
0x72
0x4C
0x55
0x50
0x4E
0x52
0x57
0x4B
M
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ENTER
a
Z
b
p
c
S
r
L
U
P
N
R
W
K
KEY_CH1
KEY_CH2
KEY_CH3
KEY_CH4
KEY_CH5
KEY_CH6
KEY_CH7
KEY_CH8
KEY_CH9
0x31
0x32
0x33
0x34
0x35
0x36
0x37
0x38
0x39
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
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Appendix 7: Compatible HDD Brands
Manufacturer
Capacity
Rotation
Deskstar 180 GXP (120 GB)
Deskstar 7K250, HDS722516VLAT20
Deskstar 7K250, HDS722525VLAT80
120GB
160GB
250GB
7200 rpm
7200rpm
7200rpm
Deskstar 120GXP (80GB)
Deskstar 120GXP (120GB)
80GB
120GB
7200 rpm
7200 rpm
Maxtor
DiamondMax 536DX(60GB) 4W060H4
60GB
5400rpm
Maxtor
Maxtor
DiamondMax Plus 9
DiamondMax Plus 9, Model#6Y120L
80GB
120GB
7200 rpm
7200 rpm
Maxtor
Seagate
Seagate
DiamondMax Plus 9, Model#6Y160L0
Barracuda ATA IV, ST380021A
Barracuda ATA V, ST3120023A
160GB
80GB
120GB
7200rpm
7200rpm
7200 rpm
Seagate
Western Digital
Barracuda 7200.7 Plus, ST3160023A
Caviar WD1200BB-00CAA1
160GB
120GB
7200 rpm
7200rpm
Western Digital
Caviar WD2000BB-00DWA0
200GB
7200rpm
HITACHI
HITACHI
HITACHI
IBM
IBM
Model
Note: The above brands and models of HDD have been tested and they are compatible with the DGR109.
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Limited Warranty
LOREX PRODUCT LIMITED WARRANTY
LOREX warrants, to the original reta il purchaser only (the “Purchaser”), that this item (the “Product”) is free from
manufacturing defects in material and workmanship, provided the Product is used in normal conditions and is installed and
used in strict accordance with the instructions conta ined in the Product’s Owner’s Manual.
This warranty shall be for the following warranty periods (the “Warranty Period”), commencing on the date the Purchaser
buys the Product at retail in an unused condition.
Parts and Labor:
1 year (Warranted parts do not include Bulbs, LED’s and Batteries)
LOREX’s obligations under this warranty shall be limited to the repair or replacement of any warranted parts found by
LOREX to be defective in the Product, or, in LOREX sole discretion, the replacement of the Product found be LOREX to be
defective.
Any replacement parts furnished be LOREX in connection with this warranty shall be warranted to the Purchaser for a
period equal to the unexpired portion of Warranty Period for the Product.
Warranty Exclusions
This warranty does not apply to Bulbs, LED’s and Batteries supplied with or forming part of the product.
This warranty is invalidated if other than LOREX accessories are or have been used in or in connection with the Product or
in any modification or repair is made to the Product be other than a service depot authorized by LOREX.
This warranty does not apply to defects or damages arising by use of the Product in other than normal (including normal
atmospheric, moisture and humidity conditions) or by installation or use of the Product other than in strict accordance with
the instructions contained in the Product’s owners Manual.
This warranty does not apply to defects in or damages to the Product caused by (i) negligent use of the Product, (ii) misuse
or abuse of the Product, (iii) electrical short circuits or transients, (iv) Purchaser adjustments that are not covered in the
Owner’s Manual, (v) use of replacement parts not supplied by LOREX (vi) improper Product maintenance, or (viii)
accident, fire, flood or other Acts of God.
LOREX reserves the right to make change in design or to make additions to or improvements in its products without
incurring any obligation to modify any product which has already been manufactured.
This warranty is in lieu of other warranties, express or implied, and LOREX neither assumes nor authorizes any person to
assume for it any other obligation or liability in correction with the sale or service of the Product. In no event shall LOREX
be liable for any special or consequential damages arising from the use of the Product or arising from the malfunctioning or
non-functioning of the Product, or for any delay in the performance of this warranty due to any cause beyond its control.
This warranty shall not apply to the appearance or accessory items including, but not limited to cabinets, cabinets parts,
knobs etc., and the uncrating, setup, installation or the removal and reinstallation of products after repair.
LOREX does not make any claims or warranties of any kind whatsoever regarding the Product’s potential, ability
or effectiveness to prevent minimize, or in any way affect personal or property damage or injury. LOREX is not
responsible for any personal damage, loss or theft related to the Product or to its use for any harm, whether
physical or mental related thereto. Any and all claims or statements, whether written or verbal, by salespeople,
retailers, dealers or distributors to the contrary are not authorized by LOREX, and do not affect this provision of
this warranty.
The purchaser may have other rights under state, provincial, or federal laws and where the whole or part of any
item of this warranty is prohibited by such laws, it shall be deemed null and void, but the remainder of the
warranty shall remain in effect.
Obtaining Service
Should the Product require service under this warranty, the Purchaser must provide LOREX with a copy of his/ her original, dated bill of sale, receipt
or invoice, failing which LOREX will not perform any of its obligations under this warranty. To claim on this warranty,proceedwiththefollowing
steps.
1 Pack the Product in a well-padded sturdy carton.
2.
i). If the unit was purchased in the United States proceed as follows:
a.
Include $US 12.00 for monitors and VCR’s and $8.00 for Cameras for postage and handling (send check or money order, no cash please),
along with a copy of your dated bill of sale, receipt, or invoice, plus a description of the Product’s apparent malfunction and the telephone
number where you can be reached during the day.
b.
Return the unit to:
Strategic Vista USA Inc.
C/O The Advantage Center
1955 Wehrle Drive
Williamsville NY 14221
ii). If the unit was purchased in Canada proceed as follows:
a.
Include CDN $18.00 for monitors and VCR’s and $12.00 for Cameras for postage and handling (send cheque or money order, no cash
please), along with a copy of your dated bill of sale, receipt, or invoice, plus a description of the Product’s apparent malfunction and the
telephone number where you can be reached during the day.
b.
Return the unit to:
Strategic Vista Corp.
300 Alden Road, Markham, Ont. L3R 4C1
www.strategicvista.com
Always use discretion when installing video and/or audio surveillance equipment especially when there is
perceived privacy. Inquire regarding federal, state and/or local regulations applicable to the lawful
installation of video and or audio recording or surveillance. Party consent may be required.
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Care & Maintenance
Please follow these instructions to ensure proper care and maintenance
of this system
Keep your monitor and camera dry. If it gets wet, wipe it dry immediately.
Use and store your unit in normal temperature environment. Extreme
temperatures can shorten the life of the electronic devices.
Handle the monitor carefully. Dropping it can cause serious damage
to the unit.
Occasionally clean the unit with a damp cloth to keep it looking new.
Do not use harsh chemicals, cleaning solvents, or strong detergents
to clean the unit.
Keep the unit away from excessive dirt and dust. It can cause
premature wear of parts.
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