29930AD_Honeywell_HRDP H264 DVR Quick Start Guide.indd

29930AD_Honeywell_HRDP H264 DVR Quick Start Guide.indd
DIRECTIONAL AND PLAYBACK CONTROL BUTTONS
Operation Modes: Live Mode, Live Freeze Mode, Search Mode, Search-Pause Mode,
Navigation Mode, and PTZ Mode.
Live Go to PTZ mode.
PTZ Adjust zoom, focus, and iris on a PTZ channel.
Search Start reverse playback of recordings. Press successively to
change the fast reverse speed.
Live Start playback of the latest recordings.
(By default, the system searches recordings in the past 30
secs. If no recording is archived, the system will play back
the latest one.)
PTZ Adjust zoom, focus, and iris on a PTZ channel.
Search Start playback of recordings. Press successively to change
the fast forward speed.
Live Press once to enter channel selection mode, press again to
open the camera popup menu.
Search Pause playback channels.
Search Pause Resume playback.
QUICK START GUIDE
FUNCTION BUTTONS
SEARCH Open the search menu.
FOCUS In PTZ mode, press to use the Focus function.
Use the
buttons to adjust.
BACKUP In live mode, press to open the backup menu.
In the search mode,
• Press once, to set the start time for Backup.
• Press twice, to set the end time and complete Backup.
ZOOM In PTZ mode, press to use PTZ Zoom function.
Navigation Move up.
Use the
buttons to adjust.
PTZ Move the camera view point up.
Navigation Move to the right.
PTZ Move the camera view point to the right.
Search Play recorded videos. When pressed successively, the
search jumps forward in time by 30 minute increments.
Search-Pause Step forward one frame.
PRESET In PTZ mode, press to use the Preset function.
KEY Log out the current user. Use to prevent accidental or
unauthorized system-wide changes.
Use the
buttons to adjust.
LIVE Change the display mode. Display switches in the following order
when the LIVE key is pressed successively: (Single > 4 > 9 > 16 >
PiP > Single > 4 > 9 ...split screen mode)
PTZ Move camera’s view point to the left.
Search Play recorded videos in reverse. When pressed successively,
the search jumps back in time by 30 minute increments.
Search-Pause Step backwards.
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DVR
User ID: admin
Password: <none>
Remote Software
User ID: admin
Password: <none>
LED STATUS INDICATOR
HDD Flashes when the hard drive is being accessed.
Record Flashes when live video is recording.
Network Illuminates when the DVR is connected to a network.
PTZ Move the camera view point down.
Navigation Move to the left.
LOGGING IN FOR THE FIRST TIME
Power Illuminates when power is supplied to the DVR.
ROTATE Rotate through to the remaining channels in the current display
mode or rotate the display configuration.
IRIS In PTZ mode, press to use the IRIS function.
Navigation Move down.
[4, 8, 16] HRDP H.264 Digital Video Recorder
SETUP Open the setup menu.
POWER Press and hold to shutdown or startup the DVR.
HDD Illuminates when HDD temperature increases beyond the acceptable
Temp. range.
ENTER / EXIT BUTTONS
Enter Input data, make selections, and open pop-up menus.
Exit Return to the previous mode or menu, without saving.
NUMERIC BUTTONS AND REC
Numeric In live and search modes, press to watch that channel full screen.
Record In live mode, press to start instant recording of all channels.
STARTING FOR THE FIRST TIME
When the HRDP DVR starts for the first time, it will take about 90 seconds to boot up. Once
boot is complete, the Install Setup window will appear. Use this setup window to configure the
basic settings of the system and also format the HDDs. If any settings are changed, you are
encouraged to reboot the system.
VIDEO FORMAT: NTSC/PAL
DATE FORMAT: ASIA (YYYY/MM/DD), US (MM/DD/YYYY) and EURO (DD/MM/YYYY).
DATE: Specify the current date.
TIME: Specify the current time.
TIME ZONE: Set the local time zone.
USE DST: Select to use DST(Daylight Saving Time), turn on this toggle option.
HOW TO USE IR REMOTE CONTROLLER
When more than one HRDP DVR is installed in the same location, use one remote controller to
control multiple DVRs. To control multiple DVRs, you must change the remote controller ID to
match the DVR ID of the DVR.
Follow the instructions below to change the remote controller ID.
On the DVR
1. Go to SYSTEM > SYSTEM CONFIGURATION.
2. Enter the desired DVR ID number.
On the Remote Controller
QUICK INSTALLATION
1. Connect cameras to video inputs, and if using, connect PTZ camera control
lines to RS485 connector.
2. Connect the main monitor to the VGA monitor output or
MAIN OUT.
3. If using, connect analog monitors to looping video ouputs.
3. Press and hold the ID button on the remote controller and enter the desired
8. If using, connect a speaker and microphone to the audio input and output.
9. Connect a network cable to the network port.
10. Power on all the connected equipment.
6. If using, connect alarm devices such as buzzers to alarm signal outputs.
7. If using, connect external controllers to RS232 connector.
Note The DVR ID must be input as two numbers on the remote controller. Therefore you
should input 00 for the DVR ID 0 and input 01 for 1.
11. Connect the power cord to the DVR.
4. If using, connect a monitor to SPOT video output.
5. If using, connect sensors to alarm signal inputs.
DVR ID number to operate the corresponding DVR.
© 2011 Honeywell International Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced by any
means without written permission from Honeywell Video Systems. The information in this publication is believed
to be accurate in all respects. However, Honeywell Video Systems cannot assume responsibility for any consequences resulting from the use thereof. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
Revisions or new editions to this publication may be issued to incorporate such changes.
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