Smartwatch SWE8 Series Quick Installer's Manual

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SWE Series

SWE4/SWE8/SWE16 Series

Quick Installer’s Guide

The picture might differ according to the specifications.

 2004 Reliable Security Products Ltd.

Contents of this user manual is protected under copyrights and computer program laws.

First Edition June 1 st

, 2004

Reliable Security Products Ltd.

Unit 2&3, Cian Park Industrial Estate

Drumcondra, Dublin 9, Ireland

TEL: +353 (01) 8372445

FAX: +353 (01) 8571685

Thank You for purchasing Reliable Security Products Ltd. SmartWatch™.

Before operating the system, please read this User’s Manual thoroughly and retain it for future reference.

The manufacturer reserves the right to revise and improve its products. Therefore the technical specifications are subject to change. No liability will be assumed for printing errors and other errors.

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CATEGORIES

1.

INTRODUCTION...................................................................................................................................................................... 2

2.

BOX CONTENTS..................................................................................................................................................................... 2

3.

CONNECTING YOUR SMARTWATCH™ UNIT .................................................................................................................. 3

4.

YOUR SMART WATCH™ UNIT .............................................................................................................................................. 6

5.

4.1

Front Panel ..........................................................................................................................6

4.2

IR Remote Controller ............................................................................................................8

SETUP....................................................................................................................................................................................... 9

6.

REMOTE AGENT SOFTWARE .............................................................................................................................................. 13

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1. INTRODUCTION

The following set-up guide has been written in order to assist the installation engineer on setting up a basic recording system. It is not a substitute for the User Manual which should be read carefully. This quick set up guide should help the installer set up a basic recording system. Every installation’s functional requirements will be different and therefore this quick setup guide will only go some way towards achieving this.

2. BOX CONTENTS

The following accessories are supplied with the SWE Series digital video recorder. If any of these items is missing or damaged, notify your dealer immediately. Keep the packing utilities for moving or storage purposes afterwards.

SWE4 Series:

SWE8 and SWE16 Series:

Qty

1

1

1

1

2

1

SWE4 Series

Accessories

User Manual

IR Remote Controller

RemoteAgent CD

Power Cable

Power Battery (AAA Size)

Rubber Mount Set

Qty

1

1

1

1

2

1

1

SWE8 and SWE16 Series

Accessories

User Manual

IR Remote Controller

RemoteAgent CD

Power Cable

Power Battery (AAA Size)

Rubber Mount Set

Rack Mounts and Screws

3. CONNECTING YOUR SMARTWATCH™ UNIT

Install the SWE Series on a flat surface. If required, attach the rubber mount for installation. If a 19-inch rack is used, it is recommend to install the system on a shelf and use 2.5~3U (1U=1.75 inch or 4.45cm) space for proper ventilation.

Note Install the system in a location with good ventilation to prevent overheating.

SWE4 Series

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No. Name Description

1

2

3

VIDEO-IN (BNC)

LOOP-OUT

MON-OUT

4 SPOT-OUT

5 S-VIDEO

6 Select NTSC / PAL

Connect camera. (Supports NTSC/PAL)

Camera images of each channel will be outputted as is. Also, used when the corresponding image is required for other product.

Connect to the main monitor for camera image for surveillance/management/playback.

Use to output the entire surveillance screen one by one, in an interval.

Connect to S-Video input terminal to output image of the main monitor.

Select the signal system. (NTSC / PAL)

7 AUDIO IN

8 AUDIO OUT

Connect Audio Input Device. (with Amp.)

Connect Audio Output Device. (with Amp.)

9

ALARM/ SENSOR /RS-485 Terminal to connect external input sensor of 1~4 channel. (Supports N/O or N/C)

Connect RS-485 signal output or relay for P/T/Z camera control.

10 SERIAL Port RS-232 port

11 LAN Port

12 Power Input

13 Power Switch

10/100 Ethernet connection terminals for remote connection.

Power cable connection terminal for connecting to main power.

Switch to change input power. (115/230V)

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SWE8 and SWE16 Series

No. Name

1 Camera Input (BNC)

2 LOOP OUT

3 MON OUT

4 SPOT OUT

Functions

Connect to Camera (supports NTSC/PAL)

Camera images of each channel will be outputted as is (also used when the corresponding image is required for other product)

Connect to the main monitor for camera image surveillance / management / playback

Use to output the entire surveillance screen one by one, in an interval

No. Name

5 Power Input

6 Select NTSC / PAL

7 SENSOR Input

8 USB Port

9 LAN Port

10 S-Video Output

11 Serial Port

12 Audio Out

13 Audio In

14 Alarm Out / P/T/Z

Functions

Connect main power cable

Select the signal system (NTSC/PAL)

Connect 1~16 external input sensors (supports N/O or N/C)

Connect USB device

RJ-45 socket for 10/100 Ethernet connection

Secondary main monitor output

RS-232C port

Connect Audio Output Device (with Amp.)

Connect Audio Input Device (with Amp.)

Connect P/T/Z receiver(RS-485) and/or relays

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YOUR SMART WATCH ™ UNIT

4.1 Front Panel

4.1.1. SWE4 Series

Disk Drive).

Function

Built-in CD-RW for recorded image backup.

The LED is lit while the network client(s) (RemoteAgent) is connected to the system.

The LED is lit when an active input is triggered.

Shows if the camera image is being stored onto or retrieved from the HDD (Hard

Shows the Power status of the system. (GREEN: Working, RED: Stand-By).

USB interface port for connecting external storage equipment.

Receives input signal from the IR Remote Controller.

No. Button

1 CD-RW

2 Network LED

3 Sensor LED

4 HDD LED

5 Power LED

6 USB Port

7

Remote Controller

Receiver

8 Power Button

9 Select Channel (1~4 CH)

10 ENTER Button

11 RETURN Button

12 SETUP

13 Screen Mode Selection

14 SEQ Button

15 Playback

16 Search

17 Shuttle

18 Jog

Used to turn the Power On/Off.

Images of corresponding input channel are displayed when channel number above the arrow button is pressed. Used as cursor (for direction) in menu screen.

Used to enter detail menu, go into the next stage, select or set value.

Used to exit from the setting menu or to cancel setting value.

A menu to enter setup mode.

Select between 1-screen mode and 4-screen mode.

Automatic camera sequencing.

Playback recorded images.

Search recorded images.

Shuttle (outer dial): speed up the playback speed of the image (1~32X).

Jog (inner dial): playback frame by frame.

4.1.2. SWE8 and SWE16 Series

No. Buttons

1 Power Button

2 Power LED

3

4

5

6

7

HDD LED

Network LED

Sensor LED

Audio LED

SCR MODE

CH1-8/CH9-16

Functions

Use to turn the Power On/Off.

Shows the Power status of the system (GREEN: Working, RED: Stand-by).

Shows if the camera image is being stored into or retrieved from the HDD (Hard

Disk Drive).

LED is lit while the network client(s) (RemoteAgent) is connected to the system.

LED is lit when an active input is triggered.

LED is lit while audio data from audio input device is being recorded.

Button to select modes of the arrow buttons.

Whenever the button is pressed, the screen will change to

[1~8 channel mode], [9~16channel mode], or [multiple(split) screen mode].

The default mode is [multiple(split) screen mode].

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9

Multiple Screen Mode

Buttons (Arrow Buttons)

PAN/TILT/

ZOOM/FOCUS/ IRIS

10 SETUP

11 SEARCH

Buttons to select the multiple screen mode as printed, or for use as cursor keys.

Button for Camera PAN/TILT/ZOOM/FOCUS/IRIS functions.

12

13

18

Jog/Shuttle

USB Port

14 BACKUP Button

15 EVENT Button

16 RETURN Button

17 OSD Button

P/T/Z Button

19 SEQ Button

20 ENTER Button

21

Fast Playback

Backwards

22

Playback Backward

Frame by Frame

23 Playback

24

Playback Forward

Frame by Frame

25 Fast Playback Forward

Menu to enter setup mode.

Search recorded image.

Jog (inner dial): playback frame by frame.

Shuttle (outer dial): Speed up the playback speed of the image (1~32X).

USB interface port to connect external storage equipment.

Button to backup recorded images.

Shows system’s event log and event viewer to search image related to the event.

Use to exit from the setting menu or to cancel setting value.

Button to control the OSD (On-Screen Display): date/time, camera title.

For using P/T/Z functions of the camera.

Automatic camera sequencing.

Use to enter detail menu, go into the next stage, select or set value.

Fast playback the recorded images backwards in the playback mode.

Playback the recorded images frame by frame backwards in the playback mode

(playback only I-Frame)

Playback recorded images from playback menu.

Playback the recorded images frame-by-frame forward in the playback mode.

Fast playback the recorded images forward in the playback mode.

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4.2 IR Remote Controller

SWE4 Series SWE8 and SWE16 Series

No. Functions

1 Power Button

2 Activating LED

3 F2 (Reserve Button)

4 F1 (Reserve Button)

5 IRIS+ (Open Iris)

6 IRIS– (Close Iris)

7 ZOOM IN (Decrease)

8 FOCUS FAR

9 FOCUS NEAR

10 ZOOM OUT (Increase)

11 ENTER

12 SETUP

13 RETURN

14 SWE4 Series: Select Number Button / Direction Key

SWE8 and SWE16 Series: Select Number Button / Multiple Screen

15 SWE4 Series: Screen Mode Selection (1-screen mode / 4-screen mode

SWE8 and SWE16 Series: SCR / CH Button

16 F/O/E Button

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No. Functions

17 SEARCH Button

18 BACKUP Button

19 EVENT Button

20 Fast Playback Backwards Button

21 Playback Button

22 Fast Playback Forward Button

23

Playback Backward Frame by

Frame

24 Pause Button

25 Playback Forward Frame by Frame

26 OSD Button

27 P/T/Z Button

28 SEQ Button

5. SETUP

Turn on the power of the DVR; watch the indicators on the front light up (the Power LED). When the unit is powered up for the first time, no user login password will have been configured. In this case, press the <ENTER> key to access the

<USER> functions.

To enter the Setup Menu, press the [SETUP] button on the front panel or the IR Remote Controller. Use the arrow buttons of the front panel or on the IR Remote Controller to browse the Setup Menu. The entire system configuration is done using the System submenu.

In order for the system to record properly after being powered up, the following programming changes will be necessary:

1. date and time

2. ID for IR Remote Controller

3. recording picture size

4. number of recorded images per second if the recording is to be continuous or recording by motion only

5. administrator and user ID codes

To enter the Setup Menu, press the [SETUP] button on the front panel of the DVR (Note: the IR Remote Controller will not function at this stage as no ID has yet been programmed). You will be prompted to enter an administrator password. If this is the first time the unit has been powered up, just press the [ENTER] button. On the SWE4 Series, the [ENTER] button is the circular button at the centre of the 1, 2, 3, 4 keys. At this point the System Information will be displayed. Next press the [SETUP] button again.

The drop down box will be displayed. Use the left and right buttons to change between the different menus.

1. Setting the date and time.

Use the left arrow to move to the System programming menu. Use the up or down arrows until the Date and Time option is highlighted. Press the [ENTER] button. Press the [ENTER] button again and a line will appear under the date. Use the up and down arrows to change this value to the correct value. When this is done use the right arrow to move to the month, year, hour, minute and second. Change as required. When this is done press the [ENTER] key.

Now use the down arrow to go to Date Format, Time Format and Daylight Savings. Change where required by using the above method.

When all the parameters in the above menu have been changed you must highlight the [SAVE] button and press

[ENTER]. The done message will appear on the bottom left of the screen.

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Note

If the [SAVE] button is not pressed then the setting changes will not have been effected.

2. Setting the ID for the IR Remote Controller

It is important at this stage to set the ID for the IR Remote Controller. Every function of the DVR can be controlled remotely by using the IR Remote Controller. Some functions on the SWE4 Series are easier to select by using it as dedicated buttons are assigned for each function.

To set the ID for the IR Remote Controller enter the System Setup and select the System tab. Highlight the General option and press [ENTER]. Highlight the IR Remote ID option and press [ENTER]. Use the up and down arrows to change the value. This can be from 1 to 99. In most cases this value will be 1, but the same IR Remote Controller can be used to control several DVRs. When the required value has been displayed, press [ENTER], then highlight the [SAVE] key and press [ENTER].

To program the IR Remote Controller with the required ID press the [SCR/CH] key and the [F/O/E] key at the same time.

The red LED will come on. Now enter a two digit value. For the value 1, enter 01. The red LED will flash on and off for a few seconds indicating that the programming of the IR Remote Controller was successful.

3. Setting the recording picture size

To change the recorded image size, enter the Setup menu. Use the left and the right arrows to access the System menu.

In the system menu highlight the General option and press [ENTER]. Press [ENTER] and a line will appear below the image size.

Note

A full explanation on the three image sizes available can be found in the User Manual.

The image size relates to the resolution of the picture. This is the number of pixels in width x length which are used to display an image. This has a bearing on the overall recording duration and the quality of the images on playback.

The option 720x576 is the largest image size and will give the sharpest picture quality on playback. 640x288 will produce a softer picture on playback as will 352x288 produce an even softer picture.

When the required image size is selected by using the up and down arrows, pres [ENTER]. When finished, save and press [ENTER].

4. Setting the number of recorded images per second

The required number of pictures to be recorded per second for each camera will need to be set. Enter the Setup menu and select the Camera tab. In the Camera menu select Recording and press [ENTER]. By default, the Recording Quality is set to 70. Any value less than 100 will cause the machine to record motion detection only. If continuous recording is required, then this value should be changed to 100. This is done by highlighting the Quality value and pressing [ENTER].

Use the up and down arrows to change accordingly.

Note

A full explanation of the Recording Quality can be found in the User Manual. This should be read and fully understood, as this will have a bearing on the storage time of the DVR.

The number of pictures that each camera will record is calculated in Frames per Second (fps). The default values set are the maxim number of pictures possible relative to each image size. Once the image size has been set, then only the values for each camera for that image size need to be adjusted. For the purpose of calculating the maximum storage time, the value of one frame per second per camera is used. The installer must decide how many frames per second per camera should be set based on the operational requirements of the camera.

To change the number of frames highlight the existing value under the required image size and press [ENTER]. Use the

11 up and down arrows to change this value. When the correct value is displayed, press [ENTER]. Highlight [SAVE] and press [ENTER].

5. Setting administrator and user ID codes

To set up a new Installation Administrator code and new user code, enter the Setup menu and select the System tab.

Highlight the Passwords option and press [ENTER]. There are three levels of password. The Admin level is the administrator of the system and allows access to all options in the setup menu. The User level is for the day to day user of the system. This user level allows the user to change cameras, select single or multi screen option, view playback, etc.

Note

If you are programming a code for the first time, then skip the Old Password box and just enter New Password and Confirm it. This is the same for the Installation Administrator, User and Network codes. See the User

Manuel for more details.

Installers can either input or change the setting values listed in the table below once a valid administrator password is entered.

Main

Classification

Sub Classification Setting Category Explanation

System

General: Set general operating conditions for the system.

Date and Time: Set the time and date of the system.

Networks: Set the network environment of the system.

Image Size

Page Sequence

IR Remote ID

P/T/Z Protocol

Spot-out Dwell

Date and Time

Date Format

Time Format

Daylight Savings

Connection Type

Host Address

(SWE4 Series) /

IP Address (SWE8 and SWE16 Series)

Subnet Mask

Select the recording resolution.

Set sequencing period when the automatic screen sequencing mode is selected on the main monitor.

Set IR remote controller ID.

Set the protocol to control the P/T/Z camera connected to P/T/Z port on the back panel.

Set the dwell time for the spot monitor image output, connected to the system.

Input the current time and date accurately since this is the time that will be attached to the recorded image for that instant in time. If the time is incorrect then the integrity of the system could be compromised.

Set the date display format.

Set the time display format.

Select the daylight saving time for each country.

Select the connection type.

Input the IP address assigned to SWE

Series system.

Camera

Passwords: Set passwords.

Recording: Set the general environment related to camera

Default Gateway

Admin

User

Network

Quality

Subnet Mask address recognizes the subnet to which the system belongs.

This is the IP address of the network router or gateway.

Set the <Admin> password.

Set the <User> password.

Set the <Network> password to allow connections via the RemoteAgent software.

Set the recording quality for the corresponding channel.

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Main

Classification

Sub Classification

usage.

Schedule: Set the recording schedule for the associated camera.

Motion Area: Set the area and sensitivity of the motion detection.

Title: Input or modify the channel name of the connected cameras.

Colour: Set the brightness, contrast, color and tint of the connected cameras.

Setting Category

720x576

640x288

352x288

Record

Mode

Start

End

Sensitivity

Centre

Full/User Area

Title

Brightness

Contrast

Explanation

Set the speed rate (frame per second) to record the image inputted through connected camera.

Set the speed rate (frame per second) to record the image inputted through connected camera.

Set the speed rate (frame per second) to record the image inputted through connected camera.

Controls whether recording of the channel will be on or off.

Setting the recording schedule after selecting the weekly recording mode.

Set the recording start time for the cameras.

Set the recording end time for the cameras.

Set the motion sensitivity value.

Center area of camera image will trigger recording.

Full area or user-selected area of the camera image will trigger recording.

Input the camera title of selected camera.

Alarm

Audio & P/T/Z: Set the camera audio and P/T/Z environment.

Alarm Input: Alarm-activated recording.

Alarm Output: Set alarm actions regarding recording and relay output.

Pre Alarm: The alarm is activated and the images will be recorded before the point of alarm.

Colour

Tint

Audio

Aud-CH

P/T/Z Address

Camera

Start

End

Type

Relay

Alarm Mode

Dwell

Pre Alarm

Record Duration

Adjust the brightness (shades) of the channel.

Adjust the contrast, which is the ratio of brightness to darkness of the image.

Adjust the color density.

Set the color hue of connected cameras.

Select whether to use audio recording.

Select the audio channel to use among the

4 audio input channels.

Set the P/T/Z dome address of the connected camera.

Select which camera the alarm recording will trigger.

Select the sensor start time to set the sensor-operating schedule.

Select the sensor end time to set the sensor-operating schedule.

Select the sensor type.

Select the relay number to operate.

Select either Set or Duration depending on the desired alarm action.

Set the period for which the alarmed camera will be recorded and the relay output turned on.

Decide whether to use the Pre Alarm function.

Set the recording time for the image with

Pre Alarm activating.

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Main

Classification

Sub Classification Setting Category Explanation

System Information Signal System, Software Version, Hardware

Version, HDD Usage, IP Address, MAC

Address, Daylight Saving, Network

Connection

Tools

Quit

System Upgrade

Event Viewer (only for the SWE4 Series)

Data Backup (only for the SWE4 Series)

Factory Default: Return to the default factory setting.

Log Off

Close Menu

REMOTE AGENT SOFTWAR EEE

Install the RemoteAgent Software on the PC where you want to view the DVR images. You can connect to the DVR via

LAN or DHCP (only for the SWE4 Series).

To make the connection to a DVR, first you have to register the DVR. C lick the [CONNECT] button or right click and chose Open Site/File (CTRL+O). The Site/File Open dialog box will appear. To add and register a new site, select

[ENABLE] and then click the [Add] button. You will be asked to enter the following information: connection type, site name, server IP, user ID, password, channel, description and hot key. After you entered all this information, click the [OK] button and the site (DVR) will be registered with the Remote Agent.

To connect to a registered DVR (site), click the [CONNECT] button on the upper right side of the Screen. All the registered DVRs (sites) will appear in the Connect Panel on the Screen. Choose the one you want to connect to and drag it to one of the channel screens. You can also right click on a channel screen and choose Open Site / File (CTRL+O). The

Site/File Open dialog box will appear. Choose the site you want to connect to and click [OK].

For more information see the RemoteAgent User Manual.

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6

1

7

2

8

14

6

7

8

1

2

3

4

5

Channel Screen

Event Panel/Intelli-Search Panel

Display current or registered images from selected channels (maximum 16 channels) on the split-screen mode.

Register the User IP to the connected DVR and shows each event on the

DVRs (system booting, recording system, stop recording, etc.).

Show the date and time of the PC operating the RemoteAgent.

Date/Time Indicator

Connect/Disconnect/

Close all Channels

Remote Playback Panel

Tools Button

Used to connect, disconnect or close all channels of registered DVRs.

Two Way Audio

Used for audio communication between the remote registered site and the

PC operating the RemoteAgent. Both need microphones and speakers.

Connection Panel/PTZ Panel/Relay Chose between Connection Panel, PTZ Panel and Relay Panel.

Panel

The user can search DVR recorded images using the remote playback panel.

Includes environment setting such as Options, Print Image, Back-up Image and exit application.

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