SmartWatch: Eco Installation Manual

SmartWatch: Eco Installation Manual
SmartWatch® Eco/Eco Compact
Digital Video Recorders
SmartWatch® Eco
SmartWatch® Eco Compact
Installation Manual
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MOISTURE.
NOTE: This equipment has been tested
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class digital device, pursuant to part 15 of
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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.
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 his own
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of unprotected “Dangerous
voltage" within the product's
enclosure that may be strong
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instructions in the literature
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Index
Box Contents............................................................................................................................................................................... 4
Front Panel Controls ................................................................................................................................................................5-6
SmartWatch Eco Compact............................................................................................................................................. 5
SmartWatch Eco ............................................................................................................................................................ 6
Rear Panel Connections ......................................................................................................................................................7 - 11
SmartWatch Eco Compact (4 channel) ......................................................................................................................... 7
SmartWatch Eco Compact (8 channel) ......................................................................................................................... 8
SmartWatch Eco (4 channel) ......................................................................................................................................... 9
SmartWatch Eco (8 channel) ....................................................................................................................................... 10
SmartWatch Eco (16 channel) ..................................................................................................................................... 11
Remote Control Functions In Live Mode ..................................................................................................................................12
Mouse Functions In Live Mode .................................................................................................................................................13
On-Screen Graphical Icons In Live Mode .................................................................................................................................14
On-Screen Graphical Icons In Live Mode When Connected Through ‘DVR Remote Desktop’ ..................................14
Playback Mode..........................................................................................................................................................................15
Remote Control Functions In Playback Mode .............................................................................................................15
Mouse Functions In Playback Mode ............................................................................................................................15
PTZ Control...............................................................................................................................................................................16
Remote Control Functions In PTZ Mode .....................................................................................................................16
Mouse Functions in PTZ Mode ....................................................................................................................................16
Main Menu Setup .................................................................................................................................................................17-33
Record Setup ...............................................................................................................................................................18
Event Setup..................................................................................................................................................................19
Schedule Setup............................................................................................................................................................21
Camera Setup ..............................................................................................................................................................22
Account Setup..............................................................................................................................................................22
Networking Setup.........................................................................................................................................................24
PTZ & RS485 Setup ....................................................................................................................................................28
System Setup...............................................................................................................................................................29
Utility Setup ..................................................................................................................................................................33
Diagnostic ....................................................................................................................................................................33
Backup Mode ............................................................................................................................................................................34
Search Mode........................................................................................................................................................................35-36
Event Search................................................................................................................................................................35
Time Search.................................................................................................................................................................36
File Search ...................................................................................................................................................................36
Remote Software Installation and Setup ...........................................................................................................................37 - 39
Software Installation.....................................................................................................................................................37
How to Remotely Monitor, Playback, Backup and Configure via Internet Explorer.....................................................38
System Requirements for DVR remote desktop..........................................................................................................39
Specifications ............................................................................................................................................................................40
CMS Installation And Usage Guide ...................................................................................................................................41 - 53
CMS Installation ...........................................................................................................................................................41
CMS Software ..............................................................................................................................................................42
DVRs, Groups & Events ..............................................................................................................................................43
Local PC Information and Control................................................................................................................................44
Main Display.................................................................................................................................................................44
Operation Bar...............................................................................................................................................................47
Appendix 1: I-DVR.net Registration ...................................................................................................................................54 - 55
Appendix 2: Remote Monitoring IE ActiveX Control Installation Instruction ......................................................................56 - 59
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Box Contents
1. DVR
2. Quick Reference Guide
3. IR Remote Control
4. Batteries x 2
5. CD
6. Power Adaptor
7. Power Cord
8. 25 Way Connector
(8 / 16 channel models only)
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SmartWatch Eco Compact - Front Panel Controls
1
2 3
4
5
6
1
Power LED
Power status
2
LAN LED
Connected to the internet (green). Remote user logged in (red).
3
Play LED
DVR is in playback mode
4
Record LED
DVR is recording
5
IR Sensor
Input sensor for the remote control
6
USB Port
USB port
5
SmartWatch Eco - Front Panel Controls
1
2
3
4
5
6
9
10
11
12
13
7
8
14
1
DVD Writer
DVD-RW backup device
2
▼/■
In Setup mode, press to move cursor down. In Playback mode, press to stop.
▲ / SLOW
In Setup mode, press to move cursor up. In Playback mode, press to slow down.
► / ►►
In Setup mode, press to move cursor right. In Playback mode, press to fast forward.
◄ / ◄◄
In Setup mode, press to move cursor left. In Playback mode, press to rewind.
3
REC
Start or stop recording (depending on schedule setup).
4
PLAY
Start playback (from start of current hour).
5
T-SH
Enter search menu.
6
BACKUP / ESC
In Live mode, press to display the Backup menu. In Setup mode, press to return to previous page.
7
USB Port
USB port
8
LED Display
: Power status.
: Hard Drive status.
: Connected to the internet (green). Remote user logged in (red).
: DVR is recording.
: DVR is in playback mode.
9
ENTER
In Setup mode, press to enter values. In Playback mode, press to switch between full screen quad, 9channel & 16-channel displays.
10
PIP
In Live mode, press to display picture in picture.
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ZOOM
In Live or Playback modes, press to zoom in digitally on images.
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AUTO
Auto sequence display
13
MENU / II
In Live mode, press to display menu. In Playback mode, press to pause playback.
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IR Sensor
Input sensor for the remote control.
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SmartWatch Eco Compact (4 channel) - Rear Panel
Connections
3
1
4
2
1
DC 12V
DC 12V input
2
VIDEO out
Main monitor output (BNC)
3
VIDEO in
Camera inputs
4
AUDIO in
Audio input
5
AUDIO out
Audio output
6
VGA
Main monitor output (VGA)
7
USB
USB port for connecting mouse
8
RS-485
RS-485 port for PTZ control
9
LAN
Ethernet port
5
7
6
7
8
9
SmartWatch Eco Compact (8 channel) - Rear Panel
Connections
1
4
2
5
3
1
VGA
Main monitor output (VGA)
2
DC 12V
DC 12V input
3
VIDEO out
Main monitor output (BNC)
4
VIDEO in
Camera inputs
5
AUDIO in
Audio input
6
AUDIO out
Audio output
7
RS-485
RS-485 port for PTZ control
8
LAN
Ethernet port
9
USB
USB port for connecting mouse
6
8
8
7
9
SmartWatch Eco (4 Channel) - Rear Panel Connections
1
6
2
7
3
8
4
9
10
11
12
1
SPOT monitor
Spot monitor output (BNC)
2
VIDEO in
Camera inputs
3
AUDIO in
Audio input
4
VGA
Main monitor output (VGA)
5
Fan
Fan
6
DC 12V
DC 12V input
7
MAIN monitor
Main monitor output (BNC)
8
AUDIO out
Audio output
9
NTSC/PAL
Switch between NTSC and PAL format (make sure the switch is in the PAL position)
10
LAN
Ethernet port
11
External I/O
External I/O port (see below for pin layout)
12
USB
USB port for mouse connection
External I/O Pin Layout
9
5
SmartWatch Eco (8 Channel) - Rear Panel Connections
1
8
2
3
4
9
5
10
1
SPOT monitor
Spot monitor output (BNC)
2
VIDEO in
Camera inputs
3
AUDIO in
Audio inputs
4
AUDIO out
Audio outputs
5
LAN
Ethernet port
6
VGA
Main monitor output (VGA)
7
Fan
Fan
8
DC 12V
DC 12V input
9
MAIN monitor
Main monitor output (BNC)
10
USB
USB port for mouse connection
11
External I/O
External I/O port (see below for pin layout)
External I/O Pin Layout
10
6
11
7
SmartWatch Eco (16 Channel) - Rear Panel Connections
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7
4
8
9
10
11
12
5
13
14
1
MAIN monitor
Main monitor output (BNC)
2
SPOT monitor
Spot monitor output (BNC)
3
VIDEO in
Camera inputs
4
AUDIO in
Audio inputs
5
External I/O
External I/O port (see below for pin layout)
6
Fan
Fan
7
NTSC/PAL
Switch between NTSC and PAL format (make sure the switch is in the PAL position)
8
AUDIO out
Audio output
9
USB
USB port for mouse connection
10
LAN
Ethernet port
11
ON/OFF
Power switch
12
DC 12V
DC 12V input
13
e-SATA
External SATA hard disks port for external storage
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VGA
Main monitor output (VGA)
External I/O Pin Layout
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Remote Control Functions In Live Mode
Press DVR1 on the remote control to enable it
Button
Description
REC
Start or stop recording (depending on schedule setup).
PLAY
Start playback (from start of current hour).
LOCK
Lock DVR controls (password required).
1,2,3,4...
Select channel.
FREEZE
Freeze picture.
Displays quad division.
Displays 9-channel division (N/A on 4-channel DVR).
Displays 13-channel division (N/A on 4-channel or 8-channel DVR).
Displays 16-channel division (N/A on 4-channel or 8-channel DVR).
ENTER/MODE
Toggle between cameras and quad mode.
MENU / II
Enter setup menu.
BK-UP/ESC
Enter backup menu.
SRH
Enter search menu.
MUTE
Mute live audio.
STATUS
Display DVR status.
OSD
Toggle the on-screen display.
ZOOM/ZOOM -
Digital zoom.
PIP/ZOOM +
Enter ‘picture in picture’ mode.
PTZ
Enter PTZ mode (when PTZ cameras are connected).
AUTO
Run camera sequence on main monitor.
DVR 1 / 2 / 3 / 4
Selects DVR to control when used on sites with multiple DVRs.
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Mouse Functions In Live Mode
Right-clicking the mouse anywhere on the screen will bring up the following icons
Description
Icon
Resting the cursor on this icon will bring up the following four menu icons.
Enter setup menu.
Enter search menu.
Enter backup menu.
Enter PTZ mode (when PTZ cameras are connected).
Start or stop recording (depending on schedule setup).
Start playback (from start of current hour).
Resting the cursor on this icon will bring up the following five display icons.
Freeze picture
Enter ‘picture in picture’ mode.
Digital zoom
Run camera sequence on main monitor.
Lock DVR controls (password required).
Full screen display.
Quad display.
9-channel display.
13-channel display.
16-channel display.
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On-Screen Graphical Icons In Live Mode
Icon
Description
DVR is recording.
Live audio is on.
1~4
Live audio is off.
Motion is detected.
Sensor is triggered.
Video loss detected.
USB device detected.
DVD burner is detected.
Connected to the LAN cable.
Film: Normal recording.
Clock: Schedule recording.
Auto sequence is on.
2X - 8X
Digital zoom level.
Live screen is paused.
DVR is locked.
PTZ.
HDD status (99% used).
Current time display (can be repositioned)
On-Screen Graphical Icons In Live Mode When
Connected Through ‘DVR Remote Desktop’
Icon
Description
/
/
Transmit at high / low quality.
Full screen / half screen display.
Record locally.
Take snap shot.
Set up path for saving recordings and snapshots.
Enable / disable shortcut toolbar.
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Playback Mode
To enter playback mode:
• Press PLAY on the front panel
• Press PLAY on the remote control
• Click
when using the mouse
Remote Control Functions In Playback Mode
Button
Description
ENTER/MODE
Switch between full screen, quad, 9-channel and 16-channel displays
MENU / II
Pause playback
PLAY
Play back at normal speed
▲ / SLOW
Slows playback by 1/2, 1/4, 1/8 or 1/16
◄ / ◄◄
Rewind playback at 2X, 4X 8X, 16X, 32X and 64X speeds
► / ►►
Fast forward playback at 2X, 4X 8X, 16X, 32X and 64X speeds
▼/■
Stop playback
Mouse Functions In Playback Mode
Icon
Description
Rewind
Fast forward
/
Play / pause
Slow playback
Stop playback
Playback frame by frame
Full screen display
Quad display
Digital zoom in playback
To display a single camera on the full screen in playback mode, double left click it on the multi-camera display. To revert
back to the multi-camera display, double left click again.
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PTZ Control
To enter PTZ mode:
• Press PTZ on the remote control
• Click
when using the mouse
Remote Control Functions In PTZ Mode
Button
Description
▲ / SLOW
Move PTZ up.
▼/■
Move PTZ down.
◄ / ◄◄
Move PTZ to the left.
► / ►►
Move PTZ to the right.
ZOOM +
PTZ zoom-in.
ZOOM -
PTZ zoom-out.
FOCUS +
PTZ focus-in.
FOCUS -
PTZ focus-out.
IRIS +
PTZ iris-open.
IRIS -
PTZ iris-close.
TOUR
Activate PTZ preset tour (when preset is programmed).
PRESET
To save a preset location, move the camera to the desired scene, press PRESET and a number key.
This will save this scene as the preset number selected e.g. to save a scene as Preset 1, press
‘PRESET’ and ‘1’.
PLAY + NUMBER To call a preset, press Play and the number of the desired preset.
Mouse Functions In PTZ Mode
When the PTZ icon
is displayed in the upper left corner of the screen, the
function icons will be displayed in the lower right corner of the screen. These can be
dragged around the screen using the mouse.
Icon
Description
Exit PTZ Mode and return to Live Mode.
Preset number N (1~64).
Go to preset number N.
Set current PTZ location at preset number N.
Move PTZ in 360°
PTZ zoom in; PTZ zoom out
PTZ focus in; PTZ focus out.
PTZ IRIS open; PTZ IRIS close.
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Main Menu Setup
To enter the DVR menus, a user name and password are required. The default password for the ‘Admin’ is ‘123456’.
Virtual Keyboard
Item
Description
Switch between capital and small letters.
/
Switch between numbers and letters.
Press to cancel the setup, and re-choose the login account.
Delete the last character.
Press to enter the password. If the password is correct, the required menu will open.
Space key.
To navigate menus using remote control.
Item
Description
◄►
Switch to different options under one item.
▲▼
Switch to different items.
MENU
Save settings and return to LIVE mode.
ESC
Back to upper level of menu without saving.
ENTER
Enter the menu, or display virtual keyboard.
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1. Record Setup
Item
Description
HDD Full
Stop - When the HDD is full the unit will stop recording.
Overwrite - The DVR will overwrite, when the HDD is full (default setting).
OSD position X
X position for OSD.
OSD position Y
Y position for OSD.
OSD position setup
Set the position for time and date in playback.
Video Preservation
Set up the video preservation period. Recorded video will be deleted automatically after the
selected preservation period (in hours).
Quality & Frame Rate Setup
Set up the recording resolution, quality and frame rate per camera in normal and event
modes.
1.1. Quality & Frame Rate Setup
Note: 4ch, 8ch and 16ch DVR will display differently.
Item
Description
Normal setup / event setup
Select mode to assign frame rate.
Resolution
Select recording resolution: PAL:352X288,704X288,704X576.
No.
Enable/disable selected channel.
Quality
Select recording quality: Lowest/ Low/ Normal/ High/ Highest.
FPS
Select recording frame rate.
Auto
Automatically divides the maximum frame rate across cameras connected.
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2. Event Setup
Item
Description
Motion Setup
Enter to set up motion detection.
Sensor Setup
Enter to set up sensor detection.
2.1. Motion Setup
Item
Description
Alarm Duration (Seconds)
The alarm time in seconds when motion is detected (buzzer / relay).
Motion Popup
Enable/Disable popup function all channels (across channels). When motion is detected in
LIVE mode, the detected channel image will pop up in full screen display.
Enable
Check the box to Enable/Disable motion detection for each channel.
Sensitivity
Set up Sensitivity value 1 to 10 for each channel. The lower value, the higher the sensitivity it
will be.
Motion Area Setup
Enter to setup motion detection area.
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2.1.1. Motion Area Setup
The screen is divided into 16x21 divisions: areas of detection are transparent, masked areas are in red. At default, all areas
are selected.
Item
Description
Mask Mouse Selection
Use mouse to select area.
All Area Detection
Select the full screen.
Mask All Area
Deselect all areas.
Continue
Continue setup.
Exit & Save
Save setup and exit.
Exit & Discard
Cancel.
2.2. Sensor Setup
Item
Description
Sensor Popup
Check the box to Enable/Disable popup. When a Sensor is detected in LIVE mode, the detected
channel image will pop up in full screen.
All Off
Disable all sensors.
All Low
Set all sensor polarity low.
All High
Set all sensor polarity high.
Sensor Polarity
Click or press ▼ to select between HIGH, LOW voltage for triggering sensor detection or OFF to turn
off polarity for each channel
Low Polarity: Sensor has not been triggered. When connected, sensor will be turned on.
High Polarity: Sensor has been triggered. When connected, sensor status will be turned off.
Off:
Sensor is deactivated, and will not be turned on/off.
Note: 4CH DVR will display 4 channels and 8CH DVR will display 8 channels.
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3. Schedule Setup
Enter to configure recording schedule.
There are a total of 50 schedules
You can configure 50
holidays in total
Item
Description
Page
Each page provides 10 schedules for setup. 5 pages in total.
Holiday Setup
Enter to setup holiday, up to 50 days, other than weekends.
View Event/ Motion/ Sensor Setup
Normal/ Motion / Sensor Setup – an overview of the schedule configuration.
3.1. Schedule Record Setup
Click on the schedule time. The schedule menu will be displayed. You can now customize the schedule.
3.2. Holiday Setup
You can select dates for holiday recording.
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4. Camera Setup
Item
Description
1~16
Select channel to configure.
Mask
Enable/Disable mask function in LIVE mode.
Sharpness
Adjust Sharpness (Default – 1).
Brightness
Adjust Brightness (Default – 128).
Contrast
Adjust Contrast (Default – 100).
Chroma(U)/(V)
Adjust Chroma (Default – 128).
Name
Enter camera name.
Volume
Adjust audio volume.
5. Account Setup
The default user name and password is “admin” and “123456”. Another four users can be added and permissions
customized.
Item
Description
No.
Check to activate the user’s account.
Username
Set up username.
Password
Set up password.
Permissions
Set up Permissions.
Change Admin Password
Change administrator’s password.
Picture
Change user’s picture.
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5.1. Permission Setup
Users can be configured with different permissions.
Option
Description
Password Expiry Date
Set up expiry date for password.
Setup
Allow access to setup menu.
PTZ
Allow PTZ control.
Utility
Allow access to utility menu.
Network
Allow remote access.
Playback
Allow access to search / playback.
Backup
Allow access to backup.
Remote & Playback Mask
Mask cameras in local or remote playback.
A reboot may be required when completed to allow changes take effect.
5.2. User Picture Setup
A user can select picture to be displayed when logging in (locally or remotely). This can be configured only via DVR remote
desktop.
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6. Networking Setup
Item
Description
Connect type
Setup network connection: (DHCP-LAN-ADSL).
HTTP Setup
Enter to set up HTTP.
DDNS Setup
Enter to set up DDNS.
Mail Setup
Enter to set up email.
6.1. Connecting To A Network
There are three ways to connect to the network as follows.
6.1.1. DHCP
When DHCP is selected, IP address will be assigned by the DHCP server automatically.
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6.1.2. LAN
Select LAN for network connection, the following information is required.
Item
Description
IP Address
Enter IP address provided by ISP.
Subnet Mask
Enter IP address of Subnet Mask provided by ISP.
Gateway
Enter IP address of Gateway provided by ISP.
DNS
Enter DNS address provided by ISP.
6.1.3. ADSL
For ADSL connectivity, the following information is required.
Item
Description
User Name
Enter user name provided by ISP.
Password
Enter password provided by ISP.
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6.2. HTTP Setup
Item
Description
Enable HTTP Server
Check to enable the HTTP server. Users can remotely access the DVR over the network if the HTTP
function is activated.
Port
Enter a valid port value from 1 up to 65000. The default value is 80.
Auto
Assign each channel with its maximum transmission FPS.
No.
Enable channel.
Quality
Set transmission quality.
FPS
Set up transmission FPS.
6.3. DDNS Setup
Item
Description
Enable DDNS
Enable / Disable DDNS function.
DDNS Server
Select the registered SMTP Server:
ez-dns - I-DVR.NET* - DYNDNS.ORG - NO-IP.ORG - 3322.ORG
Host Name
Enter host name.
User Name
Enter user name.
Password
Enter password.
* For more detailed I-DVR.NET operation instruction, please refer to appendix 1.
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6.4. Mail Setup
Configure email notification on video loss, sensor trigger or motion detection.
Item
Description
Enable E-mail Notification
Check the box to enable/disable E-mal Notification function.
SMTP Server
Enter SMTP Server name (varies according to IP).
User Name
Enter User Name.
Password
Enter Password.
Sender E-mail
Enter sender email address.
Trigger Event
Select events to transmit E-mail notifications: Motion, Sensor and Vloss (Video Loss).
Receiver E-mail
Set up to 9 e-mail addresses that require notification.
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7. PTZ and RS485 Setup
Configure PTZ cameras.
Item
Description
Enable PTZ
Enable/Disable PTZ function per channel.
Protocol
Select the protocol.
PTZ ID
Set the PTZ ID.
Baud Rate
Select the Baud Rate: 2400, 4800, 9600,19200
RS-485 ID
For future development.
RS-485 Baud Rate
For future development.
Keyboard
For future development.
Note: 4CH DVR will display 4 channels and 8CH DVR will display 8 channels.
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8. System Setup
Item
Description
DVR Name
DVR name to be displayed when remotely connected.
DVR Location
The location of the DVR will be shown when users login from a remote location.
Language
DVR language.
Remote Control ID
Default ID is 1. Please press DVR1 on the remote control to enable it. When more than one DVR is
installed on the same site, they can be numbered from 1 to 4.
Display Setup
Enter Display set up.
Date/Time Setup
Enter Date/Time set up.
Device Setup
Enter Mouse Speed, Buzzer & Relay.
Spot Setup
Enter Spot Monitor configuration.
8.1. Display Setup
Item
Description
Auto-Seq Interval
Set up duration time in seconds for the interval between channels in Auto-Seq mode.
Show OSD
Turn On / Off the OSD display.
Show DVR Status
Turn On / Off the DVR status display.
Show Date/Time
Turn On / Off the date and time display.
Show Channel Name
Turn On / Off the channel name display.
CRT
Enable when using CRT monitors.
Border Color
Set up the color of border (Red, Green, Blue).
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8.2. Date / Time Setup
Item
Description
Hour Format
12 / 24 Hour display.
Date Format
MM-DD-YY / DD-MM-YY / YY-MM-DD.
Date/Time Position
Select the position for Date and Time.
Change Date & Time
Set up DVR Date and Time.
Time Zone Setup
Set up GMT and Daylight Saving Time.
Internet Time Setup
Set up DVR automatic synchronization with internet time server.
8.2.1. Change Date & Time
Set the Date and Time manually.
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8.2.2. Time Zone & Daylight Saving Time Setup
Set up time zone and daylight saving times.
Item
Description
Select Time Zone
Enter to modify GMT from GMT- 13 to GMT+ 13.
Daylight Saving Time
Turn on/ off Daylight Saving Time.
8.2.3. Internet Time Setup
Synchronize your DVR time with the internet time server.
Item
Description
Automatic Synchronization
Check to enable DVR automatic synchronization function. When this is selected, the DVR will
automatically synchronize the time upon rebooting or every 24 hours after booting.
Update Now
Perform synchronization with internet time server now.
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8.3. Buzzer & Relay Setup
Item
Description
Key Tone
Enable/Disable keystrokes.
Buzzer
Enable/Disable buzzer operation on sensor, motion and video loss (Video Loss) events.
Relay
Enable/Disable the RELAY OUTPUT on sensor, motion and video loss events.
8.4. Spot Setup
Select duration each channel
should be displayed
Select channels to be displayed
Item
Description
Interval (Seconds)
The duration time in seconds for the interval between channels under SPOT mode.
Skip Video Loss Channel
Skip channel on video loss.
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9. Utility Setup
Item
Description
HDD Initialization
Enter this menu to format (initialize) HDD. Please note that all recorded data will be deleted.
USB Initialization
Enter this menu to format / initialize a USB flash drive.
System Recovery
Restore system default values.
Reset System Events
This will clear the event log.
Copy Setup to USB
Copy configuration to a USB drive when completed. There will be a file named
‘sdvr_conf.dat’ on your USB.
Download Setup from USB
Download configuration from a USB drive to the DVR.
Upgrade
Upgrade the DVR through a USB flash drive.
Note: Recording backup and setup configuration should be stopped before upgrading. The
system will reboot automatically when the upgrade is completed.
Notice! DO NOT TURN OFF POWER OR UNPLUG USB DEVICE DURING THE UPGRADE
as it may cause incomplete firmware upgrade and damage to the DVR.
10. Diagnostic
Item
Description
Version
Displays the current firmware version.
IP
Displays the DVR’s IP address.
MAC
Displays the MAC Address of DVR.
HDD Status
No.
Displays the HDD number.
Volume
Displays the HDD Capacity.
Used Rate
Displays the percentage of space used on HDD.
Status
Displays the HDD status.
USING means the HDD is recording.
Format Time
Displays the date the HDD was last formatted.
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Backup Mode
To enter backup mode:
• Press BACKUP / ESC on the front panel
• Press BK-UP / ESC on the remote control
• Click
when using the mouse
Data can be backed up to a USB storage device or to a CD/DVD (on supported models)
Item
Description
From
Enter the required start time.
To
Enter the required end time.
Device
Select USB, or DVD as the backup device.
Free Space
Displays the available space in your backup device.
Refresh
Recalculate the available space in your backup device.
Required Space
Space required for backup.
Calculate
Calculate the size of backup file.
Start
Start backup operation.
Note: Be sure to calculate the size of backup file BEFORE beginning the backup. Do not unplug the USB device or
turn off the DVR during the backup process. This will cause errors.
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Search Mode
Event Search:
The DVR will automatically log events with event type, time and additional information (e.g. channel, user). If there is
recorded data for an event, a yellow signal ( ) will be displayed on the left side of event information. Press ‘Enter’, or left
click your mouse to playback the recorded data.
Item
Description
Date/Time
Date/time when the event occurred.
Event type, defined as follows:
Motion
Motion detected
Sensor
Sensor detected
Video Loss
Video loss
Remote Login
User logged in over the network
Remote Logout
User logged out over the network
Power On
DVR powered on
HDD Full
HDD full
HDD Error
HDD error detected
Reboot
DVR rebooted
Event Type
Info
The channel on which the event occurred or the user responsible for event.
Event Search - Criteria:
It is also possible to filter the search results by selecting the criteria icon. The search can be filtered by date, time, event type
and channel.
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Time Search:
Time search will allow you to search for data from a specific date and time. Press ‘Enter’ or left click on the desired date
(note that dates with recorded data are marked with a red square).
The time bar will now load.
Now enter the required time. Click OK and the recorded data will start playing.
File Search:
When a USB device is connected to the DVR, the file search option can be used to search through any recorded data that
has been backed up to the USB device.
Select the required file to search through the recorded data.
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Remote Software Installation and Setup
1. Software Installation
‘DVR Remote Desktop’ will allow you to remotely monitor, playback, backup and configure the DVR .
Note: The operating systems currently supported are Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7.
Step One: The software can be installed from the CD provided or else when connected to the DVR via Internet Explorer.
Step Two: Windows will display the following window. Please enter the user name and password. The default user name and
password is admin/123456.
Step Three: Click on the link to start downloading the DVR remote desktop.
Step Four: Run or save the DVR remote desktop software.
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Step Five: When the software is installed, the following icon will be displayed on the desktop:
Step Six: When running the software the following login screen is displayed. Enter the DVR IP address, the port (default: 80),
the user name (default: admin) and password (default: 123456).
You are now connected to the DVR.
Note - 4CH DVR will display 4 channels and 8CH DVR will display 8 channels.
2. How to Remotely Monitor, Playback, Backup and Configure via Internet Explorer
Step One: Enter the IP address of the DVR in your browser.
Step Two: Enter the user name and password. Default user name and password is admin/123456.
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Step Three: Click on “Internet Explorer 6, 7, and 8”to start downloading the software.
Note - There will be an IE connection security issue when clicking this link for the first time. Please refer to appendix 2 for
Remote Monitoring IE ActiveX Control Installation instructions.
Step Four: DVR images appear.
3. System Requirements for DVR remote desktop
CPU
Intel Pentium 4 or above.
OS
Microsoft Windows 7; Windows Vista; Windows XP SP2 or above.
RAM
512MB or above.
VGA Card
Needed to support DirectX9.0 or above (see note 1)
Others
DirectX 9.0 or above.
Note 1:
VGA cards that support DirectX9.0:
NVIDIA: Geforce FXseries, Geforce 6series, Geforce 7series, Geforce 8series, Geforce 9series, Geforce 200series, etc.
Or visit:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_Nvidia_graphics_processing_units
ATI: Radeon R300series, Radeon R400series, Radeon R500series, Radeon R600series, Radeon R700series, Radeon HD
3xxx IGPseries, Mobility Radeonseries (9500 above), Mobility Radeon Xseries, Mobility Radeon HDseries, or FireGL Vseries
etc. Or visit: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_ATI_graphics_processing_units
SiS: SiS 67Xseries, or SiS 77Xseries etc. Or visit: http://www.sis.com/support/support_compare.htm
Intel: 91Xseries, 94Xseries, 96Xseries, G3Xseries, or G4Xseries, etc. Or visit: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intel_GMA
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Specifications
Product
Code
Inputs
Video
Audio
Outputs
Inputs
Outputs
Sensor In (NO, NC) / Relay Out
USB
Operating System
Account
Speed
Resolution (Pixels)
Display
Split Screen
Recording
Mode
Compression
Main
Dual
(Recording)
Stream
Resolution
Sub
(Pixels)
(Network)
Picture Quality
Mode
Speed
Playback
Pre-Alarm
Post-Alarm
Water Mark
Display
Search Mode
Zoom
Snapshot
Speed
Device
Network Interface
Protocol
Network
Backup
Serial Communication
Application
Remote Software
CMS
3G / GPRS
Event Notification
Interface
Audio Backup
Backup Device
Motion Detection
Alarm
Alarm Hold Time
Event Log
GUI
Multi-Language
OSD
& DVR
Control
Others
USB Mouse
Touch Panel
Remote Controller
Upgrade
Key Function
Camera Title
Pan/Tilt Camera
Internal HDD
External HDD
Auto switching
Dimensions
Weight (without HDD /
DVD writer)
Adaptor
Power Consumption
Eco Compact
4 Channel
Eco Compact
8 Channel
Eco
4 Channel
Eco
8 Channel
Eco
16 Channel
I23SWEC04F
I23SWE08F
I23SWE04
I23SWE08
I23SWE16
4
8
4
8
16
2 x BNC (1 BNC for main monitor, 1 BNC for spot monitor), 1 x
VGA (max 1920 x 1080)
1 x RCA
4 x RCA
1 x RCA
2 x RCA
2 x RCA
4 sensor in, 1 relay 8 sensor in, 1 relay
16 sensor in, 2
N/A
out
out
relay out
2 x USB 2.0
1 x USB 2.0, 1 x USB 1.1
Embedded Linux OS
1 administrator + 4 users
120fps
240fps
120fps
240fps
480fps
720 x 576
1, 4, 9, 13, 16,
1, 4, SEQ
1, 4, 8, SEQ
1, 4, SEQ
1, 4, 8, SEQ
SEQ
Zoom (2x ~ 8x), PIP, Auto SEQ
H.264 ASP (internet transmission H.264)
1 x BNC, 1 x VGA (max 1280 x 1024)
704 x 576, 704 x 288, 352 x 288
352 x 288
5 levels (highest, high, normal, basic, below basic)
Manual, Motion, Schedule
Manual, Motion, Sensor, Schedule
100 fps (704 x
100 fps (704 x
50 fps (704 x 576),
50 fps (704 x 576),
100 fps (704 x
576), 100 fps (704
576), 200 fps (704
100 fps (704 x
100 fps (704 x
576), 200 fps (704
x 288), 100 fps
x 288), 200 fps
288), 100 fps (352
288), 200 fps (352
x 288), 400 fps
(352 x 288)
(352 x 288)
x 288)
x 288)
(352 x 288)
10 sec
1 ~ 60 sec
Yes
1, 4
1, 4, 8
1, 4
1, 4, 8
1, 4, 8, 16
Date, time, event, camera
Date, time, event (motion/sensor), camera
Digital (2x ~ 8x)
Yes
Normal, REW & FF (recorded speed x 2, x 4, x 8, x 16, x 32, x 64), frame to frame, pause
Internal HDD
Ethernet
TCP/IP, SMTP, HTTP, DHCP, PPPoE
TCP/IP, SMTP, HTTP, DHCP, PPPoE (ADSL)
(ADSL), NTP
RS-485
Windows XP/Vista/7 (PC client system)
Licensed application software, IE browser
Unlimited (depends on bandwidth)
Symbian, Windows Mobile, JAVA, Blackberry, iPhone, Android
E-mail
USB 2.0 or DVD-R
Yes
Network backup / USB flash drive / USB
Network backup / USB flash drive / USB DVD-R / Internal DVDDVD-R
R
Per channel
Sensitivity: 10 levels for each channel
Area: Programmable motion detection area for each camera individually
1 ~ 60 sec
Up to 10,000 events (motion, video loss,
Up to 10,000 events (sensor, motion, video loss, power on,
power on, remote login, logout, HDD
remote login, logout, HDD error, HDD full)
error, HDD full)
16-bit true colour
32-bit true colour
18 languages (English, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese,
Japanese, German, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian,
English, Traditional Chinese, Others
Russian, Greek, Korean, Polish, Hungarian, Hebrew, Thai,
Dutch, Persian)
Yes
Supports USB touch panel
IR remote control
Via USB / network
N/A
Front panel
Multi languages
Control from RS485 interface (Pelco P, Pelco D, Samsung, LG, LiLin)
Supports 1 SATA HDD
Supports up to 3 SATA HDDs
N/A
1 x E-SATA port
Switching time: 1 ~ 999 sec
225(W) x 46(H) x 215(D) mm
430(W) x 55(H) x 293(D) mm
0.77kg
0.82kg
Input: 100 ~ 240V, Output: 12V 3A
36W
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2.4kg
Input: 100 ~ 240V, Output: 12V 6A
72W
CMS Installation And Usage Guide
1. CMS Installation
1.1. System Requirements:
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•
•
•
•
Intel Pentium 4 processor or equivalent.
Microsoft Windows Vista; Windows XP; Windows 2003 Server.
512MB RAM or above.
20MB HD space. Recording and image capturing require extra space for storage.
VGA Card needs to support DirectX9 and function well while running it. Please refer to Note 1 on page 40.
1.2. Installation
1. Run icms.exe from CD provided.
2. Select “Next”, and then select “Browse” to change installation path if needed. To check available space on hard disk,
please select “Disk Cost” then please select “Next” to continue to the next step.
3. ”Confirm Installation” window shows. Select ‘Next’ to begin installation.
4. Select ‘Close’ to finish installation when the “Installation Complete” window shows.
5. The following icon will be displayed on the desktop.
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2. CMS Software
Log in to CMS with the default account and password (admin).
2.1. CMS Login and Environment
To enter CMS, the administrator’s user name and password are required. The defaults are ‘admin’ and ‘123456’.
After login, the following image shows on your screen:
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1
2
4
5
1
DVRs, Groups & Events
DVR information. See “3. DVRs, Groups & Events” for more details.
2
PC Information and Control
Local PC Information.See “4. Local PC Information and Control” for more details.
3
Main Display
Live image display area. See “5. Main Display” for more details.
4
Display Modes
Selection of display modes supported by CMS.
5
Operation Bar
See “ 6. Operation Bar” for more details.
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3. DVRs, Groups & Events
Icon
Description
View list of logged in DVR / Group.
View Logs: list all the event information from the DVR.
3.1. View DVR / Group List
Single left click on ‘DVR’ or ‘Group’ to expand/collapse the entire DVRs
and groups list.
On the DVR list, double left click on a connected DVR to display its live
images in the main display.
On the Group list, double left click on a group to show live images from
the channels groups in the main display. See “6.3. Group Administration”
for further information.
Left-clicking on a connected DVR will expand/collapse the status of its
channels as below:
Icon
Description
Video Loss
Motion Detected
Sensor Triggered
3.2. View Event Logs
In this window the operator can view all the events of a DVR: Remote in/Remote out, Video Loss, Motion, Sensor, Power
Reset, Key Lock, Key Unlock, HD Full.
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4. Local PC Information and Control
Located at the left lower corner of the screen:
Icon
Function
Description
HDD info
Shows the percentage of available space.
Recording Directory
Allows the operator set the recording directory.
(Default is C:\Program files\iCMS)
Recording Cycle
Allows the operator set the capacity size of the recording space locally
(minimum is 10MB).
Volume
Allows the operator adjust the PC volume or playback volume control bar.
Recording
Record live images to local drive.
Snapshot
Save snapshot to local drive.
5. Main Display
The main display area is where the live images are displayed. You can drag to change the location of
each channel and turn on/off audio signal with one mouse-click.
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5.1. Audio Control
In live mode, you can turn on/off the audio signal of Ch1~Ch4:
Audio signal is On
Audio signal is Off
Turn on/off by clicking on the graphical icon. Please note, only one channel’s audio signal can be turned on at any one time.
5.2. eMAP Display
In Live mode, pressing
will display the e-MAP drop-down menu. If the channel has been set up to use e-MAP, the
menu will show all the e-MAP titles that have been given to this channel; otherwise, “No eMaps” will be displayed.
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5.3. PTZ Control
In the main display, right clicking on a camera will display the PTZ control panel.
Icon
Description
8 direction key
Rotate the PTZ.
ZOOM+ : Zoom in.
ZOOM- : Zoom out.
FOCUS+ : Focus in.
FOCUS- : Focus out.
Set PTZ Preset
Set up 16 preset N.
Goto PTZ Preset
Move to specific preset N.
Activate auto preset tour.
PTZ Sensitivity
Set up PTZ sensitivity.
Set up the “start” and “end” position of live scan.
Activate the line scan.
B
Adjust Brightness.
C
Adjust Contrast.
S
Adjust Sharpness.
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6. Operation Bar
10 operations listed as below:
Icon
Description
User Administration. Please see “6.1 User administration”.
DVR Administration. Please see “6.2 DVR Administration”.
Group Administration. Please see “6.3 Group Administration”.
eMap Administration. Please see “6.4 eMap Administration”.
Remote Playback. Please see “6.5 Remote Play”.
HDD Playback. Please see “6.6 HDD Playback”.
File Playback. Please see “6.7 File Playback”.
Event Playback. Please see “6.8 Event Playback”.
Snapshot Data. Please see “6.9 Snapshot Data”.
Recording Data. Please see “6.10 Recording Data”.
6.1. User Administration
Before the CMS can be used on a PC, user accounts should be added with proper authority. Each user should also be
assigned a password and optionally a description. If a user does not have certain authority assigned, he/she will not be able
to operate the corresponding function on the Operation Bar. The default setting is that no authority is assigned. The
administrator should assign proper authority to each user. These user accounts can be deleted or edited later on.
Select “OK” to save the setup.
Icon
Description
Add a user account. The default setting is that no authority is assigned.
Delete a user account.
Language
Switch display language
systray
Enabling systray will allow the user to minimize the program to the lower toolbar
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6.2. DVR Administration
This is where the operator adds, deletes, or edits DVRs with the CMS software.
• Name: DVR Name (Unique)
• Model: DVR Model
− Generic: For General Models
− Generic MainStream: For DualStream Model
− DUAL SDVR: For MPEG4 2U Models
• Address: DVR IP Address
• Port: DVR Network Port
• Channel: DVR Camera Number
• ID: DVR Login Account
• Password: DVR Login Password
• Description: Other Description
• Camera Description: Camera Description
• From DVR: Load Camera names from DVR
6.3. Group Administration
This allows the operator to select video channels from one or many DVRs and assign them to a group. This function allows
the operator to monitor and manage channels from multiple DVRs easily and flexibly.
Steps:
1. To add a group, enter a name and description.
2. Click ‘Select’ which will bring up a new window.
3. Select the specific channels that you’d like to be included in the group. To include all channels from the DVR, just check
the DVR (36 cameras can be assigned to a group).
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4.
5.
6.
7.
Click “OK” to confirm the selection.
Select a display / division window for the group.
Drag the channel from the lower left panel into the preferred display location.
Click “OK” to save setup.
6.4. eMAP Administration
An eMap can be configured if geographical locations are relevant. An eMap is also very convenient if a customer has many
sites in remote locations.
Steps:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Click
and a path for the picture will be requested.
Select the required map, click OK and the map will be displayed in the right panel.
Drag channels from the left lower corner onto the required map location.
To delete a channel already on the picture, right click the channel and click ‘Remove’.
Click “OK” to save.
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6.5. Remote Play
Select remote play to view video images from a remote DVR.
Select Division
Select DVR
Icon
Description
Start playing.
Pause.
Rewind.
Fast forward.
Select how many minutes / seconds are needed for viewing.
Press the right button
to start playing
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6.6 HDD Playback
The operator can play back data from a HDD connected to the CMS.
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6.7 File Playback
The operator can playback recorded .irf files by using the “File Play” option in CMS.
Icon
Description
Start Playback.
Pause.
Stop playback.
Rewind.
Fast forward.
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6.8 Event Playback
Event recordings from the DVR can be played back on the CMS software.
Steps:
1. Select the required DVR and display mode.
2. Select the required date.
3. Double click an event and play back will start.
6.9 Snapshot Data
The operator can view all snapshots taken in the CMS software. From here snapshots can be reviewed or deleted.
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6.10 Recording Data
The operator can play back recorded data that has been recorded from the DVR to the local CMS HDD.
Select division
Select date
& time
Play controls
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Appendix 1: I-DVR.net Registration
DDNS Registration on I-DVR.NET
Packed with each DVR is a sticker which shows account information including a username and password that allows users to
login to I-DVR.NET for registration.
To register your DVR on I-DVR.NET, please follow the steps shown below.
Step 1:
Open IE browser and enter “http://i-dvr.net” in the address bar. The “Control Panel Logon” dialog box will appear. Enter the
username and password as provided on the sticker and press, “Logon”.
Step 2:
After logging in successfully, enter a host name. For example, using ‘smartwatch’ as the host name will make the address
‘smartwatch.i-dvr.net’. Now enter the current IP address of the DVR.
If the DVR IP address changes, the address will
be updated here. Press, “F5: Refresh” to update
the DVR’s IP address
Step 3:
When you hit ‘insert’, the screen will display “insert succeed”.
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Step 4:
Enter DVR →Main Menu → Network Setup → DDNS. Activate DDNS functions and input related information.
Enable DDNS
As per CD
Step 5:
Back to the i-dvr.net, on this page by pressing "F5: Refresh", IP will automatically be updated with the latest IP address.
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Appendix 2: Remote Monitoring IE ActiveX Control
Installation Instruction
When using IE for remote monitoring for the first time, IE ActiveX Control needs to be downloaded.
1. When remote monitoring on IE for the first time, an alert message occurs “Install ActiveX control” on the tool bar.
2. Click at this alert message and select “Install ActiveX Control”
3. “Do you want to install this software” alert pops up. Select “Install”
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4. After installation, IE remote monitoring image appears.
5. If message, “Your security Settings do not allow web sites to use ActiveX controls installed on your computer.” pops on
when logging in, please follow the next instruction.
6. First select “Tools” on the tool bar and then select “Internet Options”
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7. Select Security →Trusted Sites → Sites
8. Enter DVR address (This address is only for demonstration. Please use the address depends on the setup of on-site
DVR.) into the blanks shown in picture, and then press “add.”
http://213.79.36.248:80
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9. Newly added website will appear at the trusted web sites list. Press close.
http://213.79.36.248:80
10. Go back to IE window, press refresh button or F5.
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