DynaGuardTM 200 Series DVR

DynaGuardTM 200 Series DVR
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DynaGuard 200 Series DVR
Quick Installation Guide
Package Content
Inspect the packaging carton. Make sure your DynaGuardTM 200 series DVR is properly delivered.
Remove all items from the box and make sure the box contains the following items.
DynaGuardTM 200 series DVR
Power cord
Blank CD-RW
User’s manual
Function Keys on the Front Panel
Connecting Your DVR
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Connector
Description
Main Monitor (S-Video /
BNC / VGA)
S-Video, BNC and VGA output connectors are offered for connecting to a
main monitor.
The call monitor is used to display full screen video of all installed
Call Monitor (BNC)
cameras in sequence. The BNC Call Monitor connector allows user to
connect the DynaGuardTM 200 series DVR with an optional call monitor.
Video Input
4 or 8 BNC connectors are offered for video input streams from installed
cameras. The number of connectors is equal to the number of channels.
Plenty of BNC connectors are positioned on the real panel for looping out
Camera Looping
the video input. The number of these connectors is equal to the number of
channels.
LAN Connector (RJ-45)
The DynaGuardTM 200 series DVR is capable of networking. The LAN
port opens the door of DVR to Ethernet where by the Internet.
The DynaGuardTM 200 series DVR has a AC power connection jack.
Power Jack
Please connect the power supply that ships with the unit.
NOTE: Use of other power supply may cause overloading.
Power Switch
Used to power up and shut down the unit.
Audio In RCA connector is offered for connecting an audio source device
Audio In / Out
to the unit; Audio Out RCA connector is offered for connecting an audio
output device to the unit.
Alarm I/O & RS485
RS-232C
USB Connector
IEEE 1394 FireWire®
PAL/NTSC Switch
The unit provides an alarm I/O and RS485 port that offers user the
flexibility required to connect the unit to other devices.
The unit provides a RS-232C communication port for sending and
receiving signals.
Two USB 2.0 ports on the rear panel for users to connect external USB
devices to the unit.
The DynaGuardTM 200 series DVR is equipped with two IEEE 1394 ports
for extended connections.
The video standard switch is for qualified service personnel only.
Alarm I/O & RS485 Pin Definition:
Pin
Definition
Pin
Definition
Pin
Definition
1
Normal Open 1
8
Alarm In 1
15
Alarm In 8
2
Common Node 1
9
RS485 D-
16
Alarm In 7
3
Normal Close 1
10
RS485 D+
17
Alarm In 6
4
Ground
11
Normal Open 2
18
Alarm In 5
5
Alarm In 4
12
Common Node 2
19
RS485 D-
6
Alarm In 3
13
Normal Close 2
20
RS485 D+
7
Alarm In 2
14
Ground
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Basic Setup
Follow the description to set up the DVR for date/time, recording and viewing video. All
configurations can be set via either DVR front panel or DynaRemoteTM, the remote software, on PC
through LAN.
Enter OSD Setup menu:
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Press MENU to enter the OSD menu.
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Enter password using Channel keys. The default passwords are as below.
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Administrator Password
User Password
1234
4321
Strongly suggest changing the passwords to prevent unauthorized access.
Date / Time Setting:
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Select <Date/Time> in System Setup menu to enter the Date/Time menu.
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Select the date and time using LEFT/RIGHT keys; then adjust the value using UP/DOWN keys.
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The new date and time settings take effect after confirm the changes.
To Define Recording Settings:
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Select <Record Setup> from the Main menu.
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Select a Preset Configuration setting from <Best Quality>, <Standard>, <Extended Record>,
<128Kbps DSL>, <256Kbps DSL> and <512Kbps DSL>.
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Adjust the Recording schedule, Pre-alarm, Circular and Audio parameters.
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When the settings are complete, press ENTER to confirm and save the settings; or ESC to
abort.
To Select Viewing Mode:
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Press MODE button repeatedly to select the wanted display mode. The available viewing
modes are full-screen, 2×2 and 3×3 split-window.
Network Setup
Using LAN / Cable Modem:
Use the LAN setup when you plan to use a LAN, WAN, or Internet connection without a dialup
modem. It requires an Ethernet connection to a network. The default ID of your DynaGuardTM 200
series DVR must be changed to avoid network conflicts.
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From Main menu, select <System Setup>Æ<Network Setup>, set the <LAN/PPPoE Select>
item to <LAN> or <PPPoE> according to your network application, and enter <LAN/PPPoE
Setup>.
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For DHCP user, set the DHCP to <ON>. The IP address, Netmask, Gateway and DNS settings
are retrieved from network servers. DHCP is dynamic; the settings will change from time to time.
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For Non-DHCP user, set the DHCP to <OFF>. You must enter an IP address, Netmask,
Gateway and DNS settings. Please obtain these settings from your network service provider.
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To change the IP address, Netmask, Gateway and DNS value, press UP/DOWN keys to move
the cursor to the item. Use LEFT/RIGHT keys to access each section of the value and press
ENTER, then change the value using UP/DOWN keys.
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PPPoE users must set the <PPPoE Account>, <PPPoE Password> and <PPPoE Max Idle>
as well.
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When the settings are complete, press ENTER to confirm and save the settings, or ESC to
abort.
Connecting Remote PC with the DVR via Modem:
DVR Configuration>>
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Connect an USB modem to the USB socket and connect a working phone line to the modem.
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Press MENU and input the Administrator password to access the OSD Main menu. Select
<Network Setup> and then <Dial-in Setup> to set up the Dial-In settings, including Dial-in
Account, Password, Server and Client IP, etc.
PC Configuration>>
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On your Windows PC, click <Start>, <My Network Places>, <View Network Connections>,
<Create New Connection> to select <Connect using dialup modem> to connect to the
internet through phone line.
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Enter the phone number of the modem that is connected to the DVR.
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Enter the Dial-in Account and Password that are specified in local DVR. Click <Finish> to
establish the connection.
Establishing Dial-up Modem Connection from the DVR for Remote Notification:
DVR Configuration>>
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Connect an USB modem to the USB socket and connect a working phone line to the modem.
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Press MENU and input the Administrator password to access the OSD Main menu. Select
<Network Setup> and then <Dial-out Setup> to set up the Dial-out settings, including Dial-out
IP, Phone Number, Dial-out Account, etc.
PC Configuration>>
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On your PC, use the Network Connection Wizard to <Accept incoming connections>.
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Enter the Dial-out Account and Password that are specified in local DVR.
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Select network connection type to assign TCP/IP address for the PC. Click <Finish> to
complete the process.
Dome Control
Dome Connection & Settings:
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See section Connecting Your DVR for RS-485 port pin definition.
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Refer to the following figure. Connect the R+, R- terminals on the dome camera to the D+, D-
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terminals on the RS-485 port by RS-485 cable respectively.
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To set up dome protocol and ID, press MENU to access the Main menu, and select <Camera
Setup>. The available protocols include <DynaColor>, <Pelco D>, <Pelco P>, <AD422> and
<None> (default). Note that ID number must match the ID address defined by the dome.
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To configure the RS-485 parameters, select <System Setup> from Main menu, and then select
<RS485 Setup>. The default DynaGuardTM 200 series DVR RS-485 settings are 9600 Baud, 8
Data Bits, 1 Stop Bit and No Parity.
Dome Control Button:
Basic Playback Operation
Searching Recorded Video by Time:
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Press SEARCH button to enter the Search menu; the From Time and End Time of the available
video is listed on top of the screen. The value is unchangeable.
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Use Direction buttons to move the cursor for setting the Start Time; adjusting the date and time
values by UP/DOWN keys. Press ENTER to confirm or ESC to abort.
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Move the cursor to <Begin Playback> and press ENTER to start playing back the selected
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video. Either press PLAY/STOP again or ESC to return to live video.
NOTE: If there is no available recorded video that matches your specified time and date, the
unit starts to playback from the next available video.
Searching Recorded Video by Event:
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Press SEARCH button to enter the Search menu.
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To search event video that was recorded on a specific camera, use LEFT/RIGHT keys to move
the cursor and press ENTER to select or de-select a channel.
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Move the cursor to <Event List> and press ENTER to list the event video of the selected
channels.
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The list displays each event by date, time, triggered camera and alarm type. The latest recorded
event video will be listed on the top. To exit the event list, press ESC.
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Use UP/DOWN to scroll through the Event List. Press ENTER to play back the selected event
record.
NOTE: The event list displays only the first 1024 events; as some events are deleted,
others are displayed.
Playback Controls:
Button
LEFT
RIGHT
Description
The button is for rewinding the recorded video while playing back. Press the button
repeatedly to increase the speed of reverse playback by 1×, 2×, 4×, 8×, 16×, or 32×.
The button is used to play the recorded video fast forward. Press the button
repeatedly to increase the speed of forward playback by 1×, 2×, 4×, 8×, 16×, or 32×.
Press FREEZE to pause the playback video. When the recorded video is paused,
FREEZE
press LEFT / RIGHT to resume playback video single step reverse / forward
respectively. Press FREEZE again to continue playing video.
ESC
Press to exit current mode or stop playing back video and back to live mode.
Using Remote Software
Setup Requirements:
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Network connection to PC.
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IP address of your DynaGuardTM 200 series DVR. To check the DVR’s IP address, press MENU
key on the unit and enter password to access OSD Main menu; select <System Setup>,
<Network Setup>, then <LAN/PPPoE Setup> to check the IP.
Changing Internet Setting:
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Start the IE; select <Tools> from the main menu of the browser, then <Internet Options> and
then click the <Security> tab.
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Select <Trusted sites> and click <Sites> to specify its security setting.
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Disable Require server verification (https:) for all sites in this zone. Type the IP address of the
unit in field and click <Add> to add this website to the zone.
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In the Security Level area, click <Custom Level>. Under <All ActiveX controls and plug-ins>,
set all items to <Enable> or <Prompt>.
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Click <OK> to accept the settings and close the <Security> screen.
Using the Remote Software:
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Start the IE and enter the IP address of your DynaGuardTM 200 series DVR in the address field.
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The ActiveX controls and plug-ins dialog will show twice for confirmation, click <YES> to accept
ActiveX plug-ins. The DynaRemoteTM plug-ins will be downloaded and installed on your PC
automatically when the connection is successfully made.
NOTE: Do not enter any leading 0 characters in the address, for example,
“192.068.080.006” should be entered “192.68.80.6”.
NOTE: If the default trigger port 80 is changed into another one, port 81 for example, you
should enter the IP address as “192.68.80.6:81”.
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Version verification starts automatically to verify whether DynaRemoteTM was installed. This
process may take up to 30 seconds.
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When the software is completely downloaded, the Login Screen is displayed.
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Enter your username and password. The default usernames and passwords are admin: 1234,
user: 4321.
For more information on DynaRemoteTM, see DynaRemoteTM user’s manual.
Software Upgrade:
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When a new version of DynaRemoteTM software is available on your DynaGuardTM 200 series
unit, it will be automatically installed on your PC when you access the unit.
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The message “Browser will be closed” is displayed when upgrade. Click <Yes> to accept
version upgrade.
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Start IE again and enter the IP address of the remote DynaGuardTM 200 series DVR.
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When the software is completely downloaded, the Login Screen will be displayed.
DynaRemoteTM Playback
To Playback Remote Video:
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Click <Play> on the top of the main window toolbar, and then <Remote Playback> tab.
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The <From> and <To> on the top of the screen display the date and time from which recorded
video is available for playback.
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Select the date and time of the segment to play back from the <Start> field. You can change the
date and time either by typing desired numbers directly or using the arrow buttons.
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Select the camera(s) you want to play back. Click <Clear> to clear all of the camera entry
selections, and click <All> to select all of the camera entries.
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Click <OK> to start the operation, or click <Close> to abort.
To Playback Local *.drv File:
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Click <Open> and the file selection screen is displayed. Select the *.drv video file to playback
and click <OK>.
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Click <OK> in the <Local Playback> Screen to start the operation, or click <Cancel> to abort
the playback.
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View the video playback using the Playback controls.
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After playback, click <Live> to return to live video.
To Playback Local *.avi Files:
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Start your windows media player or other media player from <Start> menu (or any other
possible access).
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Select <File> and then <Open>.
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Select the wanted *.avi file, and click <Open>.
NOTE: The *.avi files stored for each channel are separated, and therefore the video can be
played back in single channel, full screen mode only.
Playback Controls:
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