AP-F3200 Manual v.3
NUVICO
APEX DIGITAL VIDEO RECORDER
AP-F3200
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CONTENT VERIFICATION
Before installing the DVR, please make sure that the following items are included in the
box:
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Digital Video Recorder
Remote Controller
DVR Client Software CD
Power Cable
Two AAA Batteries
Rack Mount Kit
This Instruction Manual
If any of these materials are missing, please contact the vendor or NUVICO customer
help desk immediately at (866) 523-1700 .
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DISCLAIMER
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While every effort has been made to ensure that the information contained in this
guide is accurate and complete, no liability can be accepted for any errors or
omissions.
NUVICO reserves the right to change the specifications of the hardware and
software described herein at any time without prior notice.
No part of this guide may be reproduced, transmitted, transcribed, stored in a
retrieval system, or translated into any language in any form, by any means, without
prior written permission of NUVICO.
NUVICO makes no warranties for damages resulting from corrupted or lost data due
to a mistaken operation or malfunction of the Digital Video Recorder, the software,
the hard drives, personal computers, peripheral devices, or unapproved/unsupported
devices.
Trademark Acknowledgements
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NUVICO, NUVICO EasyNet –VMS, NUVICO EasyNet - WebViewer are trademarks
of NUVICO, Inc.
SV35 series HDDs are a trademark of Seagate Corporation.
Microsoft, Windows98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows XP, Internet Explorer
are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the
United States and/or other countries.
Other names and products not mentioned above may be registered trademarks or
trademarks of their respective companies.
Copyright ©2008 NUVICO, Inc. All rights reserved.
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FCC NOTICE
APEX Digital Video Recorders
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
following two conditions;
Operation is subject to the
1. This device may not cause harmful 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 Class B
digital devices, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference
to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not
occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to
radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and
on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by on or more of the
following measures:
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Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experience radio/TV technician for help.
The hard disk provided with the digital video recorder must be used with this equipment
in order to comply with Class B limits in subpart B of Part 15 on FCC rules.
Do not make any changes or modifications to the equipment unless otherwise specified
in the manual. If such changes or modifications should be made, you could be required
to stop operation of the equipment.
NUVICO, Inc.
53 Smith Street, Englewood, NJ 07631
Tel: (866) 523-1700
Canadian Radio Interference Regulations
THIS CLASS B DIGITAL APPARATUS MEETS ALL REQUIREMENTS OF THE
CANADIAN INTERFERENCE CAUSING EQUIPMENT REGULATIONS.
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Read this First
Test Sessions
Before you try to record important subjects, we highly recommend that you make
several test recording and playback sessions to ensure that the Digital Video Recorder
is operating and being operated correctly. Please note that NUVICO, its subsidiaries
and affiliates, and its distributors are not liable for any consequential damages arising
from any malfunction of a Digital Video Recorder or its accessory, including the hard
disk drive, which results in the failure of an image to be recorded or to be recorded in a
format that is machine sensible.
The Privacy act of 1974 (5 U.S.C. § 552a)
Please note that NUVICO Digital Video Recorders are intended for recording of
surveillance use and should never be used in a manner that invades other people’s
privacy or contravenes international or domestic privacy act and its regulations. Please
be advised that in certain cases the recording of individuals, private properties, or
commercial properties by means of camera or other devices may contravene legal
rights of such individuals even if the images were recorded for personal use.
Warranty Limitations
This Digital Video Recorder’s warranty is only effective in the country of sale. If a
problem arises while the DVR is in use abroad, please convey it back to the country of
sale before proceeding with a warranty claim to NUVICO customer help desk.
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
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Before using the Digital Video Recorder, please ensure that you read and
understand the safety precautions described below. Always ensure that the Digital
Video Recorder is operated correctly.
The safety precautions noted on the following pages are intended to instruct you in
the safe and correct operation of the DVR and its accessories to prevent injuries or
damage to the self, other persons and equipment.
In this Instruction Manual, the term “DVR”, “equipment” and “device” refers primarily
to the Digital Video Recorder and its accessories such as power supply and its
remote controller.
WARNING
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Do not cover the ventilation opening or slots on the outer casing. To prevent the
DVR from overheating, provide at least two inches of air space around the vent and
the slots.
Do not drop metallic parts through slots. This could permanently damage the Digital
Video Recorder. Immediately turn the DVR’s power off or unplug the power cord
from the power outlet. Contact a qualified service personnel authorized by the
equipment distributor or a NUVICO customer help desk.
Do not attempt to disassemble or alter any part of the equipment that is not
expressly described in this guide. Disassembly or alteration may result in high
voltage electrical shock. Internal inspections, alterations and repairs should be
conducted by qualified service personnel authorized by the equipment distributor or
NUVICO customer help desk.
Stop operating the equipment immediately if it emits smoke or noxious fumes.
Failure to do so may result in fire or electrical shock. Immediately turn the DVR’s
power off, remove the power cable from the power outlet. Confirm that smoke and
fume emissions have ceased. Please consult the DVR distributor or the closest
NUVICO customer help desk.
Stop operating the equipment if a heavy object is dropped or the casing is damaged.
Do not strike or shake. Failure to do so may result in fire or electrical shock.
Immediately turn the DVR’s power off or unplug the power cord from the power
outlet. Please consult the DVR distributor or the closest NUVICO customer help
desk.
Do not allow the equipment come into contact with, or become immersed in, water or
other liquids. Do not allow liquids to enter the interior. The DVR has not been
waterproofed. If the exterior comes into contact with liquids or salt air, wipe it dry
with a soft, absorbent cloth. In the event that the water or other foreign substances
enter the interior, immediately turn the DVR’s Power off or unplug the power cord
from the power outlet. Continued use of the equipment may result in fire or electrical
shock. Please consult the DVR distributor or the closest NUVICO customer help
desk.
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Do not use substances containing alcohol, benzene, thinners or other flammable
substances to clean or maintain the equipment. The use of these substances may
lead to fire. Use a dry cloth on a regular periodic basis and wipe away the dust and
dirt that collects on the device. In dusty, humid or greasy environments, the dust
that collects around the ventilation or the slots on the outer casing over long periods
of time may become saturated with humidity and short-circuit, leading to fire.
Do not cut, damage, alter or place heavy items on the power cord. Any of these
actions may cause an electrical short circuit, which may lead to fire or electrical
shock.
Do not handle the device or power cord if the hands are wet. Handling it with wet
hands may lead to electrical shock. When unplugging the cord, ensure that you hold
the solid portion of the plug. Pulling on the flexible portion of the cord may damage
or expose the wire and insulation, creating the potential for fires or electrical shocks.
Use only the recommended power accessories. Use of power sources not expressly
recommended for this equipment may lead to overheating, distortion of the
equipment, fire, electrical shock or other hazards.
Do not place the battery near a heat source or expose it to direct flame or heat.
Neither should you immerse them in water. Such exposure may damage the battery
and lead to the leakage of corrosive liquids, fire, electrical shock, explosion or
serious injury.
Do not attempt to disassemble, alter or apply heat to the battery. There is serious
risk of injury due to an explosion. Immediately flush with water any area of the body,
or clothing that comes into contact with the inner contents of the battery. If the eyes
or mouth contact these substances, immediately flush with water and seek medical
assistance from a medical professional.
Avoid dropping or subjecting the battery to severe impacts that could damage the
casings. It could lead to leakage and injury.
Do not short-circuit the battery terminals with metallic objects, such as key holders.
It could lead to overheating, burns and other injuries.
The supplied power supply and power cord are designed for exclusive use with the
Digital Video Recorder. Do not use it with other products or battery. There is a risk
of fire and other hazards.
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CAUTION
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Avoid using, placing or storing the equipment in places subject to strong sunlight or
high temperatures, such as the greenhouse or trunk of a car. Exposure to intense
sunlight and heat may cause the battery to leak, overheat or explode, resulting in fire,
burns or other injuries. High temperatures may also cause deformation of the casing.
Ensure that there is good ventilation when using the equipment.
Do not store the equipment in humid or dusty areas. Storage in such areas could
lead to fire, electrical shock or other damage.
Do not operate the DVR beyond its specified temperature, humidity or power source
ratings. Do not use the DVR in an extreme environment such as in high temperature
or high humidity. Use the device at temperatures within 41°F - 104°F and humidity
below 90 %. The normal operating power source for this device is 110V-220V AC
50/60Hz.
PREVENTING MALFUNCTION
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Avoid Strong Magnetic Fields. Never place the DVR in close proximity to electric
motors or other equipment generating strong electromagnetic fields. Exposures to
strong magnetic fields may cause malfunctions or corrupt image data.
Avoid Condensation Related Problems. Moving the equipment rapidly between hot
and cold temperatures may cause condensation (water droplets) to form on its
external and internal surfaces. You can avoid this by placing the equipment in an
airtight, resealable plastic bag and letting it adjust to temperature changes slowly
before removing it from the bag.
If Condensation forms inside the Digital Video Recorder. Stop using the equipment
immediately if you detect condensation. Continued use may damage the equipment.
Remove the power cord from the power outlet and wait until the moisture evaporates
completely before resuming use.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
CONTENT VERIFICATION..................................................................................................................................... 1
DISCLAIMER ............................................................................................................................................................. 2
FCC NOTICE .............................................................................................................................................................. 3
READ THIS FIRST..................................................................................................................................................... 4
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ......................................................................................................................................... 5
WARNING ................................................................................................................................................................... 5
CAUTION .................................................................................................................................................................... 7
PREVENTING MALFUNCTION ............................................................................................................................. 7
TABLE OF CONTENTS ............................................................................................................................................ 8
DIGITAL VIDEO RECORDER LAYOUT ............................................................................................................ 10
1. FRONT PANEL ................................................................................................................................................ 10
2. REAR PANEL ................................................................................................................................................... 12
3. IR REMOTE CONTROLLER......................................................................................................................... 13
4. INSTALLATION AND CONNECTION ........................................................................................................ 15
5. ALARM CONNECTION ................................................................................................................................. 15
DEFAULT ADMIN LOGIN PASSWORD ............................................................................................................. 16
I. QUICK SETUP ...................................................................................................................................................... 17
A. DATE/TIME ..................................................................................................................................................... 17
B. GLOBAL RECORD ......................................................................................................................................... 17
C. RECORD WIZARD ......................................................................................................................................... 18
1. FRAME RATE PRIORITY .............................................................................................................................. 18
2. PICTURE QUALITY PRIORITY .................................................................................................................... 18
D. PANIC RECORD ............................................................................................................................................. 19
II. BASIC OPERATION ........................................................................................................................................... 20
A. MAIN SCREEN ................................................................................................................................................ 20
B. LIVE VIEW ...................................................................................................................................................... 21
1. LIVE VIEW SWITCH SEQUENCE ................................................................................................................ 21
2. AUTOMATIC SEQUENCE ............................................................................................................................ 22
3. ZOOM ............................................................................................................................................................ 23
C. PLAYBACK ..................................................................................................................................................... 24
1. PLAY / STILL / STOP..................................................................................................................................... 24
2. FIELD BY FIELD, FAST REWIND, & FAST FORWARD PLAYBACK ........................................................ 25
3. AUDIO PLAYBACK ....................................................................................................................................... 26
III. ADVANCED OPERATION............................................................................................................................... 27
A. LOCK ................................................................................................................................................................ 27
B. BACKUP ........................................................................................................................................................... 27
1. Built-in CD/DVD............................................................................................................................................ 27
2. USB FLASH MEMORY DRIVE - “USB” ...................................................................................................... 28
3. USB FLASH MEMORY DRIVE – “AVI” ....................................................................................................... 29
4. MINI PLAYER ................................................................................................................................................ 29
C. PAN / TILT / ZOOM CONTROL ................................................................................................................... 30
D. PLAYBACK ..................................................................................................................................................... 31
1. GOTO Search ................................................................................................................................................. 31
2. Log Search ..................................................................................................................................................... 31
3. Calendar Search ............................................................................................................................................ 32
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IV. ADVANCED SETUP .......................................................................................................................................... 33
A. ADVANCED RECORD ................................................................................................................................... 33
1. SCHEDULE OFF ......................................................................................................................................... 33
2. SCHEDULE ON ........................................................................................................................................... 34
B. EVENT .............................................................................................................................................................. 36
1. MOTION SETUP .......................................................................................................................................... 36
2. ALARM SOURCE ......................................................................................................................................... 37
3. ALARM ACTION.......................................................................................................................................... 37
C. DEVICE ............................................................................................................................................................ 38
1. CAMERA ....................................................................................................................................................... 38
2. MONITOR ..................................................................................................................................................... 38
3. AUDIO ........................................................................................................................................................... 39
4. COM PORT ................................................................................................................................................... 39
D. NETWORK ...................................................................................................................................................... 40
1. NETWORK .................................................................................................................................................... 40
2. DDNS ............................................................................................................................................................. 40
3. NTP SETTING .............................................................................................................................................. 41
4. NOTIFICATION........................................................................................................................................... 41
CONFIGURING THE DVR WITH A ROUTER INTO A LAN ....................................................................... 42
CONFIGURING THE DVR WITH A CROSSOVER CABLE ......................................................................... 46
E. SYSTEM ........................................................................................................................................................... 49
1. LOCAL USER ............................................................................................................................................... 49
2. REMOTE USER ........................................................................................................................................... 49
3. HOLIDAY SCHEDULE ............................................................................................................................... 50
4. DISK UTILITY.............................................................................................................................................. 50
5. SYSTEM INFO ............................................................................................................................................. 52
6. SYSTEM ALARM ......................................................................................................................................... 53
7. STATUS OVERVIEW................................................................................................................................... 53
V. NUVICO EASYNET - WEBVIEWER ............................................................................................................... 54
A. INSTALLING THE NUVICO EASYNET - WEBVIEWER ........................................................................... 54
B. USING THE NUVICO EASYNET - WEBVIEWER........................................................................................... 56
1. MAIN DISPLAY ........................................................................................................................................... 56
2. CONFIGURATION TOOLS ........................................................................................................................ 57
3. PLAYBACK ................................................................................................................................................... 58
4. PTZ CONTROL ............................................................................................................................................ 60
VI. TECHNICAL SUPPORT ................................................................................................................................... 61
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DIGITAL VIDEO RECORDER LAYOUT
1. FRONT PANEL
1. POWER BUTTON
This button turns the unit on or off.
2. NUMERIC BUTTONS 1 ~16 / 17 ~ 32
These buttons have a number of functions to enter data and to make selections. They are used to enter
numerical values when prompted for the password and to make channel/camera selection. When Monitor
1 or 3 is selected, the LEDs become white. When Monitor 2 or 4 is selected, the LEDs become blue.
3. RECORD / STOP / PLAYBACK / STILL
• RECORD: Start recording
• STOP: Stop recording or playback
• PLAYBACK: Start playback of recorded data. By default, the playback starts from the latest recording
on the hard drive. Pressing this button once more during the playback will change the direction of the
playback.
• STILL: Pause playback
4. STATUS INDICATOR
Five LEDs display the status of the Digital Video Recorder. From the left, Power, Recording, Network,
Lock, Back up, HDD-1, HDD-2, HDD-3, HDD-4 and HDD-EXT.
5. USB 2.0 PORT
The USB port is to connect external backup devices such as thumb drive.
6. DVD-RW
The tray to insert the blank media for backup, CD-R or DVD-R for backup
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(2) REMOVABLE HARD DISK BAYS
*Warning: Recording must be stopped before removing HDDs.
8. DIRECTIONAL BUTTONS / ENTER BUTTON
The directional buttons are used in various ways:
• Navigate through menus
• Control PTZ cameras
The Enter button is used on the menu of the DVR.
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9. MENU
The menu button is to access the main menu of the DVR.
10. ESC
The ESC button is to exit from the main or each menu of the DVR.
11. PTZ
This button is to accesses PTZ control mode.
12. ZOOM
This button is used to digitally zoom into a specific area in live screen. Use directional buttons to navigate.
When utilizing NUVICO PTZ camera, this button functions as Focus button in PTZ menu mode.
13. WIDE
This button is used to zoom out within PTZ control.
14. TELE
This button is used to zoom in within PTZ control.
15. DISPLAY
This button is used to switch between multiple display modes.
16. MONITOR
This button is used to select different monitors to control. Press this button and press 1-4 to control
desired monitor.
17. SEQUENCE
This button is used to activate camera sequencing. Press and hold to activate Sequence Tour List.
18. SELECT
This button is used to select a camera for PTZ control in multi display mode.
19. LOCK
This button is used to lock the buttons on the front panel/remote controller by logging off. Press it again
and then apply appropriate password to deactivate the function.
20. SEARCH
This button accesses the search menu. The search menu includes Calendar/ Log and GOTO search.
21. BACKUP
This button is to enter backup menu.
22. ACKNOWLEDGE
This button is used to manually turn off alarm relay and buzzer when set for unlimited duration.
23. OSD
This button is used to change on screen display.
24. PANIC
This button is used to manually turn on/off the Panic recording mode. It can be manually configured in
Quick Setup menu.
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2. REAR PANEL
1. CAMERA INPUTS 1 ~ 16
BNC connectors for composite video inputs
2. CAMERA INPUTS 17 ~ 32
BNC connectors for composite video inputs
3. MAIN MONITOR OUTPUTS
Output 1 & 3 display CAM 1~16 and Output 2 & 4 display CAM 17~32
4. AUDIO INPUT 1 ~ 4
Four female RCA connectors for audio input
5. AUDIO OUTPUT
One female RCA connector for audio output
6. RS-485 / RS-422 / RS-232C
Connectors to connect PTZ cameras or keyboard controllers
7. ALARM SENSOR INPUTS
16 dry contacts for alarm/sensor input
8. ALARM RELAY OUTPUTS
4 relay outputs for external alarm triggering
9. VGA OUTPUT
Displays and operates same as Monitor 1
10. 1394b
NOT SUPPORTED IN CURRENT FIRMWARE
11. eSATA
NOT SUPPORTED IN CURRENT FIRMWARE
12. STORAGE PORT
Gigabit port for AP-ES(optional) extended storage devices
13. RJ45 ETHERNET PORT
10/100Base-T RJ45 Ethernet Port for network connection
14. AC POWER SOCKET
15. POWER FAN
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3. IR REMOTE CONTROLLER
1. POWER : This button turns the DVR off.
2. ID : This is button is to set the ID of the remote controller. Press this button 16 times or until the
DVR beeps to match the ID with the DVR
3. MON : This button is used to select different monitors to control. Pressing this button will turn on
LEDs on buttons 1-4 thereafter, press desired monitor number.
4. SEQ : This button is used to activate camera sequencing. Press and hold to activate Sequence
Tour List.
5. SELECT : This button is used to select a camera for PTZ control in multi display mode.
6. LOCK : This button is used to lock the buttons on the front panel/remote controller by logging off.
Press it again and then apply appropriate password to login.
7. BACKUP: This button is to enter BACKUP menu.
8. ACK : This button is used to manually turn off alarm relay and buzzer when set for unlimited
duration.
9. OSD : This button is used to change on screen display.
10. PANIC : This button is used to manually turn on/off the Panic recording mode. It can be manually
configured in Quick Setup menu.
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11. Numeric Buttons 0~9 & +10
12. DISPLAY : This button is used to switch between multiple display modes.
13. MENU : The menu button is to access the main menu of the DVR.
14. TIME : This button accesses the search menu.
15. EVENT : RESERVED FOR FUTURE IMPLEMENTAION
16. ESC : The ESC button is to exit from the main or each menu of the DVR.
17. DIRECTIONAL BUTTONS / ENTER BUTTON
The directional buttons are used in various ways:
• Navigate through menus
• Control PTZ cameras
The Enter button is used on the menu of the DVR.
18. WIDE : This button is used to zoom out within PTZ control mode.
19. TELE : This button is used to zoom in within PTZ control mode.
20. FAST REWIND : During playback mode, press this button to fast rewind.
21. STEP REVERSE : During playback mode, press this button to play picture by picture in reverse
direction.
22. STEP FORWARD : During playback mode, press this button to play picture by picture in forward
direction.
23. FAST FORWARD : During playback mode, press this button to fast forward.
24. STOP : During live mode, press this button to stop recording. During playback mode, press this
button to return to live mode.
25. STILL : During playback mode, press this button to pause the playback.
26. PLAY : During live mode, press this button to start playback. During playback mode, press this
button to switch play direction.
27. REC : Press this button to start recording.
28. PTZ : Press this button to activate/deactivate PTZ mode.
29. ZOOM : This button is to digitally zoom into a specific area in live screen. Use directional buttons
to navigate. When utilizing NUVICO PTZ camera, this button functions as Focus button in PTZ
menu mode.
30. INFO : RESERVED FOR FUTURE IMPLEMENTAION
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4. INSTALLATION AND CONNECTION
5. ALARM CONNECTION
A1
A2
A3
A4
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A5
ALARM IN
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ALARM OUT
ALARM SENSOR
ALARM BUZZER
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DEFAULT ADMIN LOGIN PASSWORD
The default admin password for DVR is “000000.”
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I. QUICK SETUP
When the DVR is powered on for the very first time, the time and date may be incorrect. Before any other
operation of the Digital Video Recorder, it is important to setup the time and the date. Please note that
directional buttons are used to navigate through all the main categories and their submenus. ENTER
button is used to access and to save the settings and to change the values in certain sub-menus. ESC
button is used to revert back to previous settings and exiting the submenus without saving any changes.
A. DATE/TIME
Go to the Menu then select QUICK SETUP to configure the
appropriate time zone, daylight saving option, date, and time.
B. GLOBAL RECORD
The DVR is set with predefined record settings on initial power-up. The unit will start recording
immediately. Please note that the default recording setting is ON. Please stop the recording before
changing any RECORD-related settings. The factory default setting is NORMAL recording as follow:
ALL
CHANNELS
USE
RESOLUTION
PPS
QUALITY
MOTION
ON
FIELD
7
Q5
OFF
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GLOBAL RECORD may be used to apply one record setting to all
cameras. For resolution, D1 stands for 720 x 480, FIELD stands
for 720 x 240, and CIF stands for 360 x 240. Enter the desired
recording values then select SAVE to apply.
C. RECORD WIZARD
Categorized as FRAME RATE PRIORITY and PICTURE QUALITY PRIORITY, the RECORD WIZARD is
used to set the recording parameters by entering desired days of recording at the given HDD capacity.
After programming desired values, simply select SAVE and the DVR will automatically apply the
appropriate settings.
1. FRAME RATE PRIORITY
Set recording priority with FRAME RATE to maintain FRAME
RATE at the maximum level. As the number of days increase,
the DVR may decrease the resolution and the picture quality as
compensation.
*Warning: This is for reference only. Actual days of recording may vary.
2. PICTURE QUALITY PRIORITY
Set recording priority with PICTURE QUALITY to maintain
PICTURE QUALITY at the maximum level. As the number of
days increase, the DVR may decrease the frame rate and the
resolution as compensation.
*Warning: This is for reference only. Actual days of recording may vary.
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D. PANIC RECORD
PANIC RECORD may be used in case of emergency. The DVR
will record according to the PANIC RECORD setting when the
PANIC button is pressed.
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II. BASIC OPERATION
This section will cover basic features of the DVR such as simple recording and playback. It will also cover
the main screen outlining many alert, operational, channel, DVR status, time, and hard drive space
counter. Moreover, it will also address several live view modes the DVR has to offer, which include multichannel view modes, automatic sequence modes and zoom features. Finally, this section will also cover
the information screen where all basic information about the DVR is displayed, as well as the log screen
where all activities of the DVR are logged.
A. MAIN SCREEN
Monitor 1 & 3
Monitor 2 & 4
*AP-F3200 displays camera 1 ~ 16 on Monitor 1 & 3 and camera 17 ~ 32
on Monitor 2 & 4.
RECORD
HDD USAGE GUAGE
MOTION
MOTION GUAGE
ALARM
PTZ MODE
VIDEO LOSS
AUDIO
MONITOR
SEQUENCE TOUR
LIST
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B. LIVE VIEW
LIVE VIEW displays each channel at 30 frames per second, for a total of 960 frames per second on the
AP-F3200.
1. LIVE VIEW SWITCH SEQUENCE
The APEX DVR has numerous display modes, from single, quad, 9, and 16 channel display modes. The
single channel display mode can be accessed directly by pressing the appropriate channel button. The
rest of the display modes can be accessed sequentially by pressing the display button. The following
illustrations display the order of live view mode sequences:
Live View Sequence of APEX DVR
* Monitor 1&3 display cam 1~16 while Monitor 2&4 display cam 17~32.
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2. AUTOMATIC SEQUENCE
There are several different sequence modes that can be selected and activated. Press the display button
or a numeric button to access the desired channel view mode. Thereafter, press the SEQ button to
activate the sequence mode. In addition, APEX series DVRs support Sequence Tours, detailed
customization of automatic sequence. Please refer to DEVICE under MONITOR section for more
information. The following illustrations demonstrate sample display sequences and their combinations.
Single channel view mode automatic sequence
Quad view mode automatic sequence
Nine channel view mode automatic sequence
* Monitor 1&3 display cam 1~16 while Monitor 2&4 display cam 17~32.
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3. ZOOM
From LIVE VIEW mode, it is possible to zoom into a portion of the screen to get a close-up view of the
section.
Press the zoom button to digitally zoom in the picture.
Use the directional buttons to move the zoom area.
Press the zoom button once more to return to normal view.
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C. PLAYBACK
1. PLAY / STILL / STOP
When the PLAY button is pressed, the DVR will play back the most recent data, whether in LIVE or
RECORD mode. During playback, the DVR can review in reverse, speed search up to 32 times the
normal speed, pause, or move picture by picture using the step buttons. Additionally, to review the
playback of cam1~16 monitor 1 or 3 has be selected. Similarly, to review the playback of cam 17~32,
monitor 2 or 4 has to be selected. Please refer to the following illustrations for a detailed description.
Press the PLAY button and the play icon will be displayed. The
DVR will begin playback from the most recent data if playing back
for the first time.
Press the PLAY button once more and the DVR will change its
playback direction to reverse.
Press the STILL button to pause the playback.
Press the STOP button once to return to the previous screen. If
the DVR is not recording, it will return to the LIVE screen. If the
DVR is recording, it will return to the live screen, and display the
RECORD icon in the status bar.
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2. FIELD BY FIELD, FAST REWIND, & FAST FORWARD PLAYBACK
During playback, various buttons are used to view recorded data picture by picture, or, to fast-forward and
fast-rewind to the desired segment.
During playback, pausing playback can be achieved by pressing
the STILL button to review frame by frame.
Press the FORWARD STEP or REVERSE STEP button to play
recorded data one frame at a time.
During playback, press the FAST-FORWARD button to advance to
the desired video segment. The APEX DVR supports up to 32X
forward playback.
Press the FAST-REWIND button to go back to the desired video
segment. The APEX DVR supports up to 32X reverse playback.
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3. AUDIO PLAYBACK
The APEX DVR offers 4 channels of audio recording. Audio data is always recorded in real time, unlike
video data that can be recorded at various recording rates. The audio, if recorded, is played back
automatically when in single channel view mode.
If the audio is present during playback, the audio icon will appear
on the top right corner of the screen.
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III. ADVANCED OPERATION
This section will cover advanced features of the DVR. This instruction manual will assume that the
section on basic operation has been read and understood. The advanced operation will require
occasional reference to some of the features explained in the ADVANCED SETTINGS section. This
section will address LOCK, BACKUP, Pan/Tilt/Zoom camera control and advanced playback functions.
A. LOCK
The buttons on the DVR can be locked by pressing the LOCK
button. Once locked, the lock LED will illuminate, and all buttons
except the lock button will be disabled. Pressing buttons on the
DVR or the remote controller will have no effect. To unlock the
buttons, press the lock button once more, and then enter the
appropriate password to clear the lock status.
B. BACKUP
The APEX DVR offers a variety of backup methods, from the built-in DVD-RW to a USB thumb drive.
1. Built-in CD/DVD
The APEX DVR features a built-in DVD-RW where video backup can be easily made, supporting CD-R
and DVD-R media.
Press the BACKUP button to access the backup menu. Then select EJECT and press the ENTER button
to insert a blank CD-R or a blank DVD-R.
Select the MEDIA as CD/DVD then set the Channel as ALL. Set
the start time and the end time then select START to begin.
Please be advised that Estimate value is calculation based on all
cameras. Additionally, PLAYBACK option is NOT currently
supported.
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To backup specific cameras, set the Channel as CUSTOM.
Afterwards, select the CHANNEL LIST and press the number
buttons associated with the camera numbers. Monitor 1or 3 has
to be selected to backup specific cameras from 1 to 16. Monitor
2 or 4 has to be selected to backup specific cameras from 17 to
32. Please be advised that Estimate value is calculation based
on all cameras.
Additionally, PLAYBACK option is NOT
currently supported.
Enter the time and date range of the desired backup.
Hightlight START, then press ENTER to begin.
2. USB FLASH MEMORY DRIVE - “USB”
To backup as a data file, select the MEDIA as USB, then enter
the desired backup range. Next, select START and press
ENTER to begin. To backup specific cameras, set the Channel
as CUSTOM thereafter, select the CHANNEL LIST and press
the number buttons associated with the camera numbers.
Monitor 1 or 3 has to be selected to backup specific cameras
from 1 to 16. Monitor 2 or 4 has to be selected to backup
specific cameras from 17 to 32.
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3. USB FLASH MEMORY DRIVE – “AVI”
To backup as an AVI file, set the MEDIA type to AVI,then enter
the time and date range of the desired backup. Please be
advised that the estimated value is based on all cameras. The
maximum duration is 1 hour.
4. MINI PLAYER
Upon Backup, the Mini Player will be copied into the optical
media or USB thumb drive automatically. There is no need to
install separate software to view the clips. For advanced
playback options, please use NUVICO EasyNet - VMS.
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C. PAN / TILT / ZOOM CONTROL
The APEX DVR supports a variety of PTZ cameras. Please read the PTZ manufacturer’s instruction
manual and confirm their settings fully prior to proceeding to any attempts to connect and control the PTZ
camera through the APEX DVR. Please refer to PTZ PORT and PTZ ID in the DEVICE menu under
CAMERA. Additionally, refer to Protocol setting in the DEVICE menu under COM PORT. Press the
appropriate channel number then press PTZ button to control the PTZ camera. Controlling PTZ function
is also supported from the remote controller.
Press PTZ button to initiate PTZ function. The PTZ icon will
appear on the status bar. Thereafter, use the navigation buttons,
as well as Tele and Wide buttons, to control the PTZ camera. In
case using NUVICO protocol, the PTZ camera menu can be
accessed by pressing MENU button.
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D. PLAYBACK
Other than using the PLAY button to review video, the APEX DVR offers a variety of search functions that
enable efficiently allocating and reviewing a specific video segment from the database. Please be
advised that to review recorded data of cam 1~16, Monitor 1 or 3 has to be selected. Similarly, to review
the playback of cam17~32, Monitor 2 or 4 has to be selected.
Press the SEARCH button to access various search modes.
1. GOTO Search
GOTO may be used to play back precise Date & Time.
2. Log Search
LOG SEARCH allows for play back by event history kept by the
DVR.
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3. Calendar Search
Use the directional buttons to navigate to the desired date, then
press ENTER to access the selected date.
Use the directional buttons to navigate to the desired hour and
minute slot. Monitor 1 & 3 display Time Graph of CAM 1~16 and
Monitor 2 & 4 display Time Graph of CAM 17~32.
The DVR will start the playback mode, displaying all 16 channels.
Any number, or the DISPLAY button, may be pressed to change
the display mode.
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IV. ADVANCED SETUP
A. ADVANCED RECORD
ADVANCED RECORD offers two modes, SCHEDULE ON and SCHEDULE OFF. With SCHEDULE OFF,
users may set different recording parameters on a camera by camera basis. Detailed recording
configuration may be set by turning on the schedule option. With the SCHEDULE ON, the APEX DVR
offers more detail-oriented recording options, including BY ALARM.
1. SCHEDULE OFF
1.1 CONTINOUS
Recording setup is for normal recording. Different settings can be
configured for each camera. To utilize a mix of normal and motion
recording, MOTION needs to be set to ON for the desired camera.
Use A combination of the ENTER button and the directional
buttons to change the setting. D1 stands for 720 x 480, FIELD
stands for 720 x 240, and CIF stands for 360 x 240. After adjusting
value, press Search button to apply to the rest.
1.2 MOTION
Enter desired FRAME RATE, QUALITY, PRE-RECORD, and
POST-RECORD settings for motion-based recording.
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2. SCHEDULE ON
When the schedule is on, users may define their own daytime, nighttime, as well as weekend record
settings. In case utilizing external alarm sources, ALARM RECORD settings can be adjusted.
2.1 SCHEDULE - DAY
Select DAY to configure the time range that will follow the
SCHEDULE - DAY setting. The rest of the hour will automatically
follow the SCHEDULE - NIGHT setting. Enter desired record
settings for daytime recording. D1 stands for 720 x 480, FIELD
stands for 720 x 240, and CIF stands for 360 x 240.
2.2 SCHEDULE - NIGHT
Enter the desired record setting for nighttime recording.
2.3 SCHEDULE - WEEKEND
Select WEEKEND to set the days that will follow the weekend
schedule. Thereafter, enter the desired record setting for weekend
recording.
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2.4 MOTION - DAY
Enter the desired record settings for daytime motion recording.
2.5 MOTION - NIGHT
Enter the desired record settings for NIGHT motion recording.
2.6 MOTION - WEEKEND
Enter the desired record settings for WEEKEND motion recording.
2.7 ALARM RECORDING
Enter the desired record settings for alarm recording. For alarmrelated matters, please refer to the ALARM SOURCE and ALARM
ACTION section.
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B. EVENT
Event menu allows customization of motion related options as well as alarm related options.
1. MOTION SETUP
Motion grids as well as the sensitivity level can be adjusted under
Motion Setup. If Camera is set as ALL, the values will be applied
to all the cameras. To make individual adjustment, select Camera
Select and then press the left or right arrow button to desired
channel.
1.1 MOTION GRIDS
By default, all the motion grids are activated. However, to
customize, select the camera then select MOTION GRIDS to
display motion grid.
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Use the combination of the enter button and the directional buttons
to activate or de-activate the grids. Monitor 1&3 display cam 1~16
in the background, while Monitor 2&4 display cam 17~32 in the
background.
2. ALARM SOURCE
In case utilizing Alarm Inputs for alarm recording, configure the
appropriate circuit type, N/O or N/C. Additionally, PTZ event
preset may be configured. When an event such as alarm trigger,
motion, or video loss occurs, APEX DVR sends preset command
to PTZ camera.
3. ALARM ACTION
Configure desired actions such as triggering relay outputs, making
DVR buzzer, and e-mail notification in case of motion and alarm
event. Please note that TEXT field is for future implementation.
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C. DEVICE
DEVICE menu allows customization of attached devices such as cameras, monitors, audio devices, PTZ
cameras, and Keyboard controller (CK-3X).
1. CAMERA
Configure the properties of cameras such as name, Camera Type
(color or B/W), AGC, brightness, contrast, PTZ port, and PTZ ID.
2. MONITOR
Each monitor may be configured in a different way. Select the appropriate monitor prior to making any
adjustment.
EVENT POPUP : To display particular camera in full screen when
alarm or motion triggers.
CAMERA SEQ: Set desired the camera sequence interval.
VGA Mode: Set desired VGA output resolution.
COVERT CAMERA: Enter the camera number to set as covert. If
a camera is set to covert, its display will be hidden on the monitor.
However, the video is still being recorded.
SEQUENCE TOUR LIST: Enter the camera number to customize
automatic sequence. The monitor will display the entered
camera(s), then sequence through the list with the same manner.
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3. AUDIO
DVR allows user to synchronize audio channels with desired video
channel. Also, the Audio Gain level may be adjusted.
4. COM PORT
Configure devices such as PTZ cameras and Keyboard Controller
that utilize COM ports. RS-232C is fixed for COM1&3 and RS-485
is fixed for COM2&4. After making physical connection, Select the
appropriate device and then enter the corresponding baud rate,
parity, stopbit, and databit.
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D. NETWORK
The DVR utilizes widely available broadband Internet connections such as T1, Cable, and DSL to allow
remote access, monitoring and control of the DVR in a relatively reliable manner.
1. NETWORK
Input the appropriate values for network connection. To find out
the values, please contact the network administrator or Internet
Service Provider. The following format may be used to connect to
the DVR remotely;
Internet Explorer : http://hostname.connectip.net:port#
NUVICO EasyNet VMS : hostname.connectip.net
2. DDNS
The server URL is set as connectip.net, hosted by NUVICO.
Connecting to a third-party DDNS is not supported from the DVR
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3. NTP SETTING
If an NTP server is available for time sync, enter the appropriate
values.
4. NOTIFICATION
Enter user’s e-mail address. The DVR will send notifications
related to the system abnormalities such as HDD Fail, Alarm, Fan
Fail, Password Fail, DDNS Register Fail, and Video Loss.
ATTACH PICTURE option is supported when ENCODING
PRIORITY is set to RECORDING.
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CONFIGURING THE DVR WITH A ROUTER INTO A LAN
The majority of any network will often consist of a single IP address which shares the internet access
through a router. This IP address may be any external (public) static IP address or any dynamic IP
address issued by the Internet Service Provider.
The purpose of a router is to enable multiple personal computers and any other devices that require
internet connection to access the internet simultaneously. Most routers by default enable (open)
commonly used ports so that mainstream applications such as Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP, Port
80), File Transfer Protocol (FTP, Port 21), Telnet (Port 23) and Post Office Protocol 3 (POP3, Port 110)
are used.
Over the next pages, Linksys WRT54G was used to illustrate a sample procedure.
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Open Internet Explorer then type in http://192.168.1.1 to access the router. Enter the User Name and
Password to access the router. You will then be taken to the main menu. The factory user name is blank
and password is admin.
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Click on Application & Gaming tab to access port forwarding configuration page.
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Enter the three designated port: 7000 for the DVR. Point each port to the DVR. Illustration shows that
the DVR’s IP address being 192.168.1.85.
In the following examples, DVR7000 was used. Make sure you enable the port forwarding.
Port 7000 is added as shown.
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CONFIGURING THE DVR WITH A CROSSOVER CABLE
This section will explain how to configure the computer to connect directly to the DVR. The following
illustration was based on a computer system running Windows XP Professional.
On the PC, click on Start, Settings, then
Control Panel to open the Control Panel.
Double-Click on ‘Network Connections’ to
open the network settings window.
Right-Click on the ‘Local Area Connection’
icon to drop a pull-down menu, then click on
Properties to enter the Local Area
Connection Properties.
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Double-Click ‘Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)’ to
edit IP address information.
Select ‘Use the following IP address’, and enter
a matching network address and host address
for the computer. In this illustration, the IP
address entered is 192.168.0.50. Please note
that any host address may be used as long as
it does not conflict with the router’s host
address (1) and the DVR’s host address. Click
‘OK’ to save the settings.
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Click OK to save the settings.
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E. SYSTEM
The SYSTEM Menu allows modification of system features such as Local and Remote Passwords,
Holiday Schedule, Disk Utility, System Info, System Alarm, and Status Overview.
1. LOCAL USER
Up to 5 Local User Accounts with different privileges such as
Menu access, playback, backup, PTZ control may be generated.
2. REMOTE USER
Up to 10 Remote User Accounts may be generated. It is possible
to assign different privileges, playback and relay control, to
different remote user accounts. Detail settings for remote user
accounts can be configured with even greater detail on NUVICO
EasyNet - VMS, the client software or on NUVICO EasyNet –
WebViewer, the web client software.
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3. HOLIDAY SCHEDULE
Users may define their own Holidays if necessary. During the
Holidays, the DVR will record as the Weekend Schedule recording.
4. DISK UTILITY
By default, the hard disk drive will overwrite from the beginning
when it becomes full. BLOCK PLAYBACK and DISK FULL
ALARM features can be modified, if desired.
4.1 DISK MANAGER
Disk Manager is used to format/re-format hard disk drives, as well
as to check the presence of Bad Blocks on the HDDs.
To format a hard disk drive, select YES under STATUS, then
press ENTER to select OK.
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As illustrated, the disk is removed.
Select NO under STATUS, then press ENTER to either reuse(CANCEL) or re-format(OK) the hard disk drive.
By selecting CANCEL, the hard disk drive will continue to be used
without formatting.
Internal Mirror Record: The APEX DVR utilizes two internal HDDs
for recording, while two swappable HDDs are used to maintain a
copy of the recorded data. This function is mainly for special
applications. For detailed information, please contact NUVICO.
*Warning: For Internal Mirror Recording, there must be
(4) HDDs installed in the DVR, and these HDDs must
be the same size. Additionally, the Recording Setting
must be lower than Field/7pps/Q5.
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External Mirror Record: When an AP-ES is present, AP-ES may
use two of its HDDs for recording, while the other two are used to
keep a copy of recording. For detailed information in regard to
utilizing AP-ES, please refer to the AP-ES manual. This function is
mainly for special applications. For detailed information, please
contact NUVICO.
*Warning: For External Mirror Recording, there must be
no HDDs installed in the DVR and (4) HDDs installed in
the AP-ES, and all the Hard Disk Drives of the AP-ES
must be the same size. Additionally, the recording
setting must be lower than Field/15pps/Q5.
4.2 USB UTILITY
This menu allows users to update firmware and load/save settings
with a USB thumb drive. Settings(.txt) option is for future
implementation.
5. SYSTEM INFO
REMOTE CONTROL ID, KEYBOARD CONTROL ADDR, DVR ID,
RECORD NO VIDEO, PLAYBACK DEINTERLACE, ENCODING
PRIORITY (Recording/Network), and KEY TONE, can be adjusted.
SYSTEM INFO also displays the Mac Address of the DVR.
*When Encoding Priority is set as Network, for faster
streaming purpose, record setting must be lower than
FIELD/15pps/Q5 for ALL cameras. Additionally, MON3
and MON4 automatically get disabled.
5.1 SYSTEM LOG
All system-related events and alerts of the DVR are listed in
chronological order, starting from the most recent.
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6. SYSTEM ALARM
In case of HDD ALMOST FULL or abnormalities such as HDD
FAIL, FAN FAIL, PASSWORD FAIL, DDNS REGISTER FAIL, or
VIDEO LOSS, different System Alarm methods such as DVR
BUZZER, EMAIL NOTIFICATION, or RELAY-4 trigger may be
selected. *HDD ALMOST FULL is functional when HDD
OVERWRITE is set to OFF.
7. STATUS OVERVIEW
STATUS OVERVIEW displays current record settings, Host Name,
Firmware Version, Total HDD Size, Free Space, and the status of
installed HDDs. Monitor 1& 3 display Status Overview of CAM
1~16 while Monitor 2&4 display Status Overview of CAM17~32.
When the DVR does not detect a hard disk drive, the
corresponding drive port is displayed in red.
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V. NUVICO EasyNet - WebViewer
A. INSTALLING THE NUVICO EasyNet - WEBVIEWER
When a PC connects to the APEX DVR, the PC will automatically search for the web client viewer. If the
web client software has not been installed, the DVR will direct the PC to an installer file which will
download and install the APEX plug-in.
Before installing the NUVICO EasyNet - WebViewer, please verify that the computer onto which the
program is being installed meets the minimum requirements:
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS
Intel Core™2 Duo 2.4Ghz
2 GB
512 MB
1024 x 1024
Windows XP SP2
8.1 or Higher
6
CPU
MEMORY
Video Card
Resolution
Operating System
Direct X
Internet Explorer
Open Internet Explorer and enter the DVR’s IP address.
“admin” is the default USER ID as well as the PASSWORD.
If the WebViewer application is not found, then an ActiveX
installation prompt will appear.
As illustrated, click the prompt bar to install the ActiveX control.
Click ‘Install’ to proceed.
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Turn off all the web browser programs.
Installation in progress
After the installation is completed, click ‘Close’.
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B. USING THE NUVICO EasyNet - WebViewer
Open Internet Explorer, type the DVR’s IP address to connect,
then type the user ID and the password.
1. MAIN DISPLAY
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1. CONFIG: Click to access Configuration Tools
2. Playback: Click to access playback
3. Camera: Click to turn on/off the camera from live view
4. Split Mode: Click on desired view mode icon to change split mode
5. Event Log: Displays and update event log in real time
6. Motion Icon: Indicates motion activity on camera
7. Alarm Icon: Indicates alarm event on camera
8. Alarm Indication: Indicates alarm event
9. Relay Control: If a relay device is present at the DVR, relay output may be controlled
10. Microphone: Two-way audio
11. DVR name
12. De-interlace on/off
2. CONFIGURATION TOOLS
Click ‘Config’ to access Configuration Tools
1
2
3
4
5
6
1. System Information: Indicates the DVR’s information such as model, hardware version, firmware
version, MAC address, and IP address
2. Recording: Configures record settings
3. Event:: Configures event-related options
4. Device: Configures devices such as cameras, audio devices, PTZ, etc.
5. Network: Configures network-related settings
6. System: Configures system-related options
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3. PLAYBACK
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1. HDD Information: Displays HDD-related information such as capacity, available space, earliest
recording, and most recent recording
2. Calendar: Click to select the date to play back
3. HDD Gauge: Displays percentage of used space out of total HDD capacity
4. Config: Click to access Configuration Tools
5. Save Image: Click to take a snapshot
6. Print: Click to print an image to a printer
7. Live: Click to return to live mode
8. Backup utility: Click to download recorded data to the local PC
8.1 REC
Choose Start Time and End Time, then camera(s). Next, select
‘File Name’ to designate a download folder as well as the file
name. To make the file password protected, enter the
password and verify the password.
8.2 AVI
Recorded data also may be downloaded as an AVI file,
however, only one camera can be selected to download.
*Warning: The AVI file may not be played back from
Windows Media Player. The APEX codec must be
installed on the PC in order to play back.
9. PB Control: (From the left) Step Reverse, Fast Rewind, Play or Reverse Play, Pause, Fast Forward,
Step Forward
10. DirectX Control: Click on the icon to enable/disable DirectX
11. Audio PB: Click on the speaker icon to enable/disable mute. Also use the slide bar to control volume.
12. Split Mode: Click on the desired view mode icon to change split mode
13. GO TO: After selecting a date from the calendar, enter the time to play back
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4. PTZ CONTROL
To control a PTZ camera, right click on the PTZ camera
video, then click ‘PTZ’ to enter PTZ mode.
When a crosshair appears in the middle of the screen,
click on the picture to pan or tilt. Use the mouse scroll (if
equipped) to zoom in or zoom out.
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VI. TECHNICAL SUPPORT
Please consult this manual, as well as our website FAQs thoroughly before contacting
the NUVICO Help Desk. The NUVICO help desk is available Monday through Friday,
9:00am to 5:30pm Eastern Standard Time.
TEL:
FAX:
E-MAIL:
HOMEPAGE:
+7 495 234-3212
+7 495 234-3212
techsupport@nuvico.ru
http://www.nuvico.ru
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