8 Channel Security Kit With 8 Night Vision Cameras

8 Channel Security Kit With 8 Night Vision Cameras
8 Channel Security Kit
With 8 Night Vision Cameras
P16-41439
User’s Maual
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
FCC RADIATION NORM: ................................................................................................................................................. 2
PACKAGE CONTENTS: ................................................................................................................................................... 3
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: ............................................................................................................................................ 3
SAFETY INSTRUCTION:.................................................................................................................................................. 4
CHAPTER 1: DVR FEATURES ........................................................................................................................................ 5
CHAPTER 2: LAYOUT...................................................................................................................................................... 6
2.1 FRONT PANEL (PLEASE REFER TO ACTUAL PRODUCT FOR DETAIL) ............................................................................... 6
2.2 REAR PANEL (PLEASE SEE ACTUAL PRODUCT FOR DETAIL) .......................................................................................... 7
2.3 REMOTE CONTROL .................................................................................................................................................... 8
2.4 MOUSE OPERATION................................................................................................................................................... 9
CHAPTER 3: DVR/CAMERA INSTALLATION ............................................................................................................... 10
3.1 CONNECTING THE DVR TO A TV OR MONITOR .......................................................................................................... 10
3.2 CONNECTING THE POWER SUPPLY ........................................................................................................................... 10
3.3 CONNECTING THE CAMERAS .................................................................................................................................... 10
CHAPTER 4: DVR START UP........................................................................................................................................ 11
4.1 SYSTEM INITIALIZATION ............................................................................................................................................ 11
4.2 MAIN INTERFACE ..................................................................................................................................................... 11
CHAPTER 5: DVR MENU AND OPTIONS..................................................................................................................... 12
5.1 MAIN MENU PREVIEW .............................................................................................................................................. 13
5.2 MAIN MENU ............................................................................................................................................................ 14
5.2.1 Playback Functions ....................................................................................................................................... 14
5.2.2 Record ........................................................................................................................................................... 15
5.2.3 Hard Disk Management................................................................................................................................. 16
5.2.4 Basic Setups.................................................................................................................................................. 17
5.2.4.1 Language ................................................................................................................................................................ 17
5.2.4.2 Date/Time................................................................................................................................................................ 17
5.2.4.3 Password ................................................................................................................................................................ 17
5.2.4.4 Display .................................................................................................................................................................... 18
5.2.4.5 Video/Audio............................................................................................................................................................. 18
5.2.5 Advanced Setups .......................................................................................................................................... 18
5.2.5.1 Alarm....................................................................................................................................................................... 18
5.2.5.2 Info .......................................................................................................................................................................... 19
5.2.5.3 MD (Motion Detect) ................................................................................................................................................. 19
5.2.5.4 Mobile...................................................................................................................................................................... 19
5.2.5.5 MAINTAIN ............................................................................................................................................................... 20
5.2.5.6 PTZ ......................................................................................................................................................................... 20
5.2.6 Network Setup – Intranet (Internal Access) .................................................................................................. 21
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5.2.7 Network Setup – Global Access (Connected Directly to Modem)................................................................. 22
5.2.8 Network Setup – Global Access (Connected through a Router or Firewall)................................................. 24
5.2.9 Port Forwarding ............................................................................................................................................. 25
5.2.10 Viewing your DVR over the Internet (UPNP) .............................................................................................. 26
5.2.11 Accessing the DVR through Internet Explorer Browser (IE): ...................................................................... 27
5.2.12 Mobile Phone and Tablet PC Access.......................................................................................................... 29
5.3 KEYLOCK ................................................................................................................................................................ 38
5.4 CHANNEL SWITCH ................................................................................................................................................... 38
5.5 VIDEO SEARCH ....................................................................................................................................................... 38
5.6 PTZ CONTROL ........................................................................................................................................................ 39
5.6.1 Cruise Setup.................................................................................................................................................. 39
5.7 MUTE ..................................................................................................................................................................... 39
5.8 MANUAL REC .......................................................................................................................................................... 39
5.9 STOP REC .............................................................................................................................................................. 40
5.10 ROTATION ............................................................................................................................................................. 40
5.11 START CRUISE ...................................................................................................................................................... 40
5.12 STOP CRUISE ........................................................................................................................................................ 40
5.13 STANDBY .............................................................................................................................................................. 40
CHAPTER 6: ACCESSING WITH INTERNET EXPLORER........................................................................................... 41
6.1 LOG-IN .................................................................................................................................................................... 41
6.2 MAIN INTERFACE OF NET-VIEWER ............................................................................................................................ 42
6.2.1 Menu column ................................................................................................................................................. 42
6.2.1.1 Live ......................................................................................................................................................................... 42
6.2.1.2 Playback.................................................................................................................................................................. 42
6.2.1.3. Setup...................................................................................................................................................................... 43
6.2.2 Play Control ................................................................................................................................................... 45
6.2.3 Remote Backup ............................................................................................................................................. 46
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FCC RADIATION NORM:
FCC
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with limits for Class B digital device pursuant
to Part 15 of Federal Communications Commission (FCC) rules.
FCC Compliance Statement
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against frequency interference in
residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy,
and if not installed or used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to
radio communication. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in television
reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on. The user is encouraged to
try and correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
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Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna
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Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver
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Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is
connected to.
CAUTION!
The Federal Communications Commission warns the user that changes or modifications to the unit
not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to
operate the equipment.
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PACKAGE CONTENTS:
Your new Security Camera and DVR Kit will ship with the following items.
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8-Channel H.264 DVR with 500GB Pre-Installed Hard Drive
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8 Day & Night Cameras
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8 Metal Stands for Cameras
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8 Mounting Hardware for Cameras
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8 60ft/18.3m BNC Camera Cables
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Remote Control (with batteries)
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USB Mouse
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6 ft./1.8m Ethernet Cable
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6 ft/1.8m BNC to RCA Cable
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DC12V DVR Power Adapter
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2 DC12V Camera Power Adapter
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User Manual
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Software CD
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS:
Please be sure the computer that you install the included software with complies with the following
specifications:
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IBM PCs or 100% Compatibles
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Windows® XP, Vista, 7
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Internet Explorer 7 or Newer Web Browser Software
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CD-ROM Drive (for software installation)
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SAFETY INSTRUCTION:
1. Use proper power source.
Do not use this product with a power source that applies more than specified voltage
(100-240V AC).
2. Never insert any metal into the DVR or any openings.
Putting metal into the DVR case can cause danger of electric shock.
3. Do not operate in wet or dusty area.
Avoid places like a damp basement or dusty hallway.
4. Do not expose this product to rain or use near water.
If this product accidentally gets wet, unplug it and contact technical support immediately.
5. Keep product surfaces clean and dry.
To clean the outside case of the DVR, use a lightly dampened cloth (no solvents). Do not
use any cleaning solutions or cleaner.
6. Provide proper ventilation.
Use in well ventilated area to avoid overheating of the device.
7. Do not attempt to remove the top cover.
If any abnormal operation is observed, unplug it immediately and contact technical support.
Warning: You may be subjected to severe electrical shock if you remove the cover of the
DVR.
8. Handle DVR box carefully.
If you accidentally drop your DVR on any hard surface, it may cause a malfunction. If the
DVR doesn’t work properly due to physical damage, contact an authorized dealer for repair
or exchange.
9. Recommended to use with UPS (Uninterruptable Power Supply)
Connecting your DVR and cameras to a UPS allows continue operation even during power
outages. The duration of power out usage time depends on types of UPS used.
10. Make sure there is good air circulation around the unit.
This DVR system uses a hard drive for video storage, which generates heat during
operation. Do not block air holes/vents (bottom, upper, sides and back) of the DVR that
reduce the generated heat while the system is running. Install or place this product in a well
ventilated area.
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CHAPTER 1: DVR FEATURES
Other Features:
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H.264 compression
Real time recording on 8 channels
USB Backup to flash drive
Triplex operation: view, record, playback simultaneously
Security Certified Hard Drive pre-installed
Easy control with USB mouse
Instant viewing using Windows® Mobile™, Symbian® S60 Version 3 & 5, iPhone®,
Blackberry® OS 5, and Android®
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Internet Remote Functions*: View, Search & Playback, Backup and Setup
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Email alerts with JPEG attachment
Microsoft Windows® XP, Vista, and 7 compatible
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CHAPTER 2: LAYOUT
2.1 Front Panel (Please refer to actual product for detail)
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6
7
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15
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19
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Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
12
9
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Buttons / Indicators
Standby
Hard Disk LED
Recording LED
Alarm LED
HDD FULL LED
Network Access LED
LINK LED
Power LED
Menu/Exit
Marks
Functions
Select which single channel to display
Lights up or blink if HDD error occurs
HDD
Lights up or blink when recording
REC
Lights up or blink when an alarm is triggered
ALM
Lights up when Hard Disk Drive is full
FULL
Lights up when DVR is being accessed via Ethernet
100M
Lights up with Ethernet cable is connected and
LINK
working properly
POWER Lights up when powered on
MENU/ Press to open main menu or to go back to previous
menu screen
EXIT
Select to display channel 1 thru 5.
1-5

Move up

Move Left
Press to enter selected option or open PTZ menu in
OK/PTZ
main display screen

Move Right

Move Down
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Channel Select
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Navigation Buttons
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USB Data Port
Connect USB device (Flash Drive, Hard Drive)
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USB Mouse Port
Connect USB Mouse
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IR Receiver
Remote control signal receiver
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Rewind
6/
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Stop/Step
7/
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Play
8 /
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Slow Motion
9/
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Fast Forward

Press to display channel 6 or rewind backward when
playing a video clip during playback
Press to display channel 7 or press once to stop
playing, press once more to go to next frame during
play back
Press to display channel 8 or press to continue to play
a video clip during playback
Press to display all channels or press to select
reduced speed playing during playback
Press to fast forward video clip
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2.2 Rear Panel (Please see actual product for detail)
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5
3
8
6
4
9
7
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Item
Physical
ports
Connection method
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Power Switch
Switch the DVR ON or OFF
2
Power Port
Connect to DC 12V power supply
3
Ethernet Port
Connect intranet, internet (RJ45 interface)
4
VGA
Connect to monitors with VGA input port
5
Audio input
4 Channel (RCA interface for Channel 1~8)
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Audio Outputs
Audio Signal Outputs to amplifier or audio equipments
(RCA interface)
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Video outputs
Connect to monitor inputs ( BNC interface)
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Video inputs
Connect CH1-8 ( BNC interface)
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PTZ
Pan Tilt Zoom Output to PTZ enabled camera
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2.3 Remote Control
The remote control is the secondary input device for navigating the system’s interface.
To use the remote control:
STANDBY
Press to put DVR in Standby mode (all
recording will stop).
LOGIN /
LOCK
Press to login DVR if password is set or
activate lock
1-4
Channel Select 1-4
5-9,0
Digit Key 5-9 and 0
ALL
Display all Channels – Quad View
Menu
Open main menu
PTZ
Open PTZ Control menu
EXIT
Press to go back to previous or exit menu
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UP

Down
OK
Select

Left

Right
+
Press to increase volume or option in menus
-
Press to increase volume or option in menus
●
Record
■
Stop
EXTRA
(No Function)
Rewind
Play
Forward
Press to select reduced speed playing.

Press once to stop playing, press once more
to go to next frame
Audio
Press to enable audio
Mute
Enable or disable sound
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2.4 Mouse Operation
You can use a mouse instead of the front panel buttons or remote control to navigate the
operation of your DVR
The mouse is the primary input device for navigating system menus.
To use a mouse with the system:
1. Connect a USB mouse to the USB MOUSE port on the front panel of the system.
NOTE: Only the top USB port on the front panel is designed for data backup to a USB
flash drive. Do not connect a USB flash drive to the USB MOUSE port at the bottom.
2. Use the mouse buttons to perform the following:
a. Left-Button: Click to select a menu option; during live viewing in split-screen,
double-click on a channel to view the selected channel in full-screen; double-click
the channel again to return to split-screen view
b. Right-Button: Click to open the Sub-Menu, or click to return to previous option
menu.
3. Scroll-Wheel: Scroll after switched video output for mouse cursor to re-appear between
BNC and VGA output.
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Chapter 3: DVR/Camera installation
3.1 Connecting the DVR to a TV or Monitor
Using the supplied BNC to RCA connector
1. Connect the BNC to RCA connector to the back of the DVR labeled Video Output (refer to
Chapter 2.2, Rear Panel Picture)
2. Connect the other end of the cable to an open RCA VIDEO input on your TV or Monitor
3. Select the appropriate video input on your TV or Monitor to view the DVR
NOTE: Your DVR must be powered on so you can view on your TV or Monitor.
3.2 Connecting the Power Supply
1. Plug the provided power supply into the back of the DVR labeled “DC12V”
2. Plug the other end of the power Adapter into any 110V outlet within your home or business.
NOTE: Connecting your DVR and Cameras power source into a UPS or battery backup system will
provide you recorded coverage after power failures. Time depends on type of UPS used.
NOTE: Ensure the cable is pushed all the way into the power supply. Otherwise the DVR will not
power on!!
3.3 Connecting the Cameras
NOTE: Prior to mounting the cameras to their desired destination, please ensure all cameras are
working. Perform these steps near the DVR. Once all cameras are up and running, then you can lay
the cables and mount the cameras to their desired location.
1. Each camera comes with 60ft. of cable per camera. Using one cable per camera, plug each
BNC connector of the camera into the 60ft cable.
2. Plug the other end of the cables into the back of the DVR labeled “Video Input”
3. Connect the provided 4-way power splitters to the DC jacks of the cameras, and plug the
power splitter to the camera adapter.
4. Plug the camera adapter into any 110V outlet or UPS.
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CHAPTER 4: DVR START UP
4.1 System Initialization
After connecting the power adapter and turning on the power, the system will boot-up and start
initializing.
4.2 Main Interface
After initialization, the main interface will load. When there are
video inputs, the interface will display live images from the
cameras. In the main interface, if you use the mouse to
double-click the live image of any channel, the image will be
maximized to full screen, by double-clicking again, the display
will return to multiple channel mode displaying image from
multiple cameras; clicking the right button of the mouse, will
load the Pop-up Menu; by clicking the left button of the mouse
to select options; when clicking any area outside the menu, you
will close the Pop-up menu.
USING THE ONSCREEN DISPLAY
Use the system’s graphical onscreen display to navigate menus and configure options and
settings.
1. Date & Time: Displays the date and time on the system.
2. Channel Title: Displays the customizable name for the channel.
3. Record Status: Displays the current recording status of the system: R=normal recording;
M=motion recording; H= HDD problem
4. Channel number: Displays channel number.
NOTE: By default, passwords are disabled on the system. You do not need to enter a
password when accessing any system menus. However, for security purposes, it is highly
recommended to enable passwords on the system using the Password Menu.
For details, see “Managing Passwords”
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CHAPTER 5: DVR MENU AND OPTIONS
Mouse Only
When using the mouse, use the Sub-Menu to access several system options, including the
Main Menu.
To open the Sub-Menu, Right-click anywhere onscreen to open Sub-Menu.
MAIN MENU: Opens the main system menu
KEYLOCK: Password protect access to menu and options
CHN SWITCH: Select to display Channel 1 thru 4
VIDEO SEARCH: Click to open search for playing recorded
video clips
PTZ: Opens the PTZ control menu
Mute: Select to mute audio
MANUAL REC: Select to start manual recording
STOP REC: Select to stop manual recording
ROTATION: Start sequential display
START CRUISE: Start PTZ cruise track
START CRUISE: Stop PTZ cruise track
STANDBY: Select to go into standby mode
To close the Sub-Menu, click anywhere onscreen.
Using the Virtual Keyboard – Mouse Only
When using the mouse, you can input certain values using the onscreen virtual keyboard.
You will need to use the Virtual Keyboard when entering your User ID and Password.
To use the Virtual Keyboard:
1. Click on an option or field, such as the User ID and
Password fields.
2. Click 0~9 to enter the desired digit.
to switch between numerals, upper and
3. Click
lowercase letters, and other characters (only for
certain options)
4. Click
to Backspace/Delete.
NOTE: The buttons will turn from orange to white
when you select the button with the mouse cursor.
5. Click
to enter/confirm and close the Virtual
Keyboard.
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5.1 Main Menu Preview
Playback
Record
HDD
Language
MAIN MENU
Date/Time
Password
Basic
Display
Video/Audio
Alarm
Info
MD (Motion Detect)
Advanced
Mobile
Maintain
PTZ
Network
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5.2 Main Menu
Right-click the mouse, a pop-up menu will be displayed on
the screen. Click “MAIN MENU” button on the pop-up
menu to enter into Main Menu. You can also use the Menu
button on the front panel to open the Main Menu. When
using the front panel buttons, use the navigation buttons to
move in the menu, and use the SEL button to select the
icon. Use the ESC button to return to previous window. In
Main Menu, you can change settings such as Playback,
Record, HDD, Basic, or Advanced settings such as alarm,
Motion Detect, Mobile, PTZ, and Network etc.
5.2.1 Playback Functions
To play a recorded video, select “Main Menu” 
“Playback” Functions to open the RECORD SEARCH
menu.
To search for a file, enter specific date and click
“SEARCH”, you will find all the recordings of that day. You
can play video Forward at 2x, 4x, 8x and 16x speeds, Slow
play at 1/2x, 1/4x, 1/8x, 1/16x or normal play, pause and
play frame by frame using the playback control bar, and
adjust volume by clicking or sliding tune control bar. When
playback is finished, system will return to previous menu.
You can select a file and push the Select button to playback the file, or use the navigation
buttons to select options or backup the recorded file you selected. You can also put a check
mark in the box at the end of multiple files if you want to backup more then one file at a time.
To search by file, click the “FILE LIST” button. This option will allow you to view all of the
available files by channel and type (all, normal, or alarm).
FIRST:Indicates the first page of recording history you
have searched. When you view other pages, clicking
[First] button brings you back to Page one.
PRE (Previous page): When viewing event list, clicking
“Previous page” button will take you back to page before
the one you are currently viewing (except the first page).
NEXT (Next page): When viewing event list, clicking “Next
page” button will take you to the page after the one you are
currently viewing (except the last page).
LAST (Last page): Indicates the last page of recording history you have searched. When
you view other pages, clicking the “Last page” button will take you to the Last page of the
searched files.
ALL (Select All): Allows you to select all of the events on the current page.
OTHER: Inverse selects all the unselected file and deselect all selected file.
Backup: If you want to backup one recording from the file list, use the Detail Files List to find
recorded video on your system and copy it to a USB flash drive (not included).
NOTE: The system is compatible with most major brands of USB flash drives, with
capacities from 256 MB to 4 GB.
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To backup recorded data:
1. Connect an empty USB flash drive to the bottom USB port on the back panel of the
system.
2. Open the Search menu and search for recorded data on the system.
3. Click FILE LIST.
4. Select the files you want to backup and click the "Select" box next to the file name, select
multiple files if desired. Click ALL to select all files; click ALL again to deselect all files.
NOTE: The size of each file is shown in the File List menu. Use this to help you find a USB
flash drive large enough to hold all the files you wish to backup.
5. Click BACKUP from the side-panel to immediately begin copying the files to the USB flash
drive.
NOTE: Backup progress appears in the status window. DO NOT remove the USB flash drive
during backup.
6. The system will create a folder on the USB flash drive named RecordFile. The files are saved as
.264 files. If backup is successful, click CLOSE in the confirmation window and then
remove the USB flash drive.
NOTE: If there is not enough space on the USB flash drive, the system will display the
following: "Space is not enough."
NOTE: Backup file will be in H.264 format, you can convert it to AVI format using the
Multimedia Player program that comes with the DVR or through the net-viewer program, so
you can use any player that supports AVI format
5.2.2 Record
Select Main Menu  Record to open the RECORD
SETUP menu. The adjustable options are as follow:
Record: Allows you to turn each channel ON/OFF.
Resolution: Choose between “D1”, “HD1”, and “CIF”.
Quality: Choose quality level between “H” (high), “M”
(middle), and “L” (low).
Audio: Allows you to Enable/Disable the audio port if you
have audio enabled camera installed.
Record Mode: Choose between Time Schedule Record or Continuous. Time Schedule
will allow you to set motion detection or record at a specific time of day/night.
REC Size: Set the file size limit of each recorded clip.
Mask Field: Click to select the area that you would like to be hidden when recording.
Schedule: Choose the recording hours and recording type by clicking this option.
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Note: Select Record and the select Schedule to access the below menu.
SCHEDULE recording options include ALL, CH-1, CH-2,
CH-3…respectively. Please select the option you need to
record according to the schedule, the channel you have
set will be highlighted in “Blue” and channels you have not
set will be “Grey”.
To setup weekly schedules, click on the box of the corresponding time. Choose between
Motion, Continuous, or No Recording and then click on each box in the schedule time line
that you want to apply the select record type to. You can also use the “From – To” pull-down
menus and Copy button to copy settings from one day to another. After you have
completed the schedule, click “Apply” button to save the settings.
You can also click on the Default button to use the system defaults. The system default
settings are:
Alarm all time on = Motion Detection = ON
5.2.3 Hard Disk Management
To manage the installed Hard Disk, click “Main Menu”
 “HDD” to enter “HDD MANAGEMENT”. The HDD
Management screen shows the capacity and available
recording time of the installed hard drive and let you
configure whether to overwrite old recordings or stop when
HDD is full.
Select “HDD Format” to format the installed Hard Disk
Drive and erase all recorded files.
Select “U Disk Format” to format the installed USB Disk
Drive by erasing all recorded files on the drive.
To enable your DVR to overwrite old recording files,
choose “ENABLE” at the OVERWRITE field and then click
Apply.
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5.2.4 Basic Setups
5.2.4.1 Language
Click “Main Menu”  “Basic”  “Language” to setup the
default system language.
5.2.4.2 Date/Time
Click “Main Menu”  “BASIC”  “DATE/TIME” to enter the TIME SETTING window to
modify system date, time, date/time format and time zone, DST (day saving time).
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DATE: Enter the day, month, and year
DATE FORMAT: Select YYYY/MM/DD, or
MM/DD/YYYY
TIME: Enter the time
TIME FORMAT: Use the drop-down menu and select
12HOURS or 24HOURS
TIME ZONE: Use the drop-down menu to select the
time zone you are in.
DST: Use the drop-down menu to select ON/OFF to
enable/disable Daylight Savings Time.
5.2.4.3 Password
Click “Main Menu”  “Basic”  “Password”. This option
allows you to set the user permissions and password of up
to 6 users. Click “Config” to individually configure the
users, their account type and password.
The password supports up to 6 characters. Click
“APPLY” to save the settings.
NOTE: Please write down your passwords and store in a
safe location.
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5.2.4.4 Display
To set up your cameras, select “Main Menu”  Basic
 Display to open the DISPLAY SETUP menu.
CH Name: set up the name display of each channel.
Position: display position of each channel.
Color: Click to open sub-menu to adjust image brightness,
saturation, contrast and hue settings of each channel.
LIVE: enable to display the channel.
PREVIEW Time: enable to show the time.
Record Time: enable to show the time of the record.
COLOR SETUP Menu allows you to adjust image
Chromaticity (hue), Luminosity (saturation), contrast and
saturation of each channel.
Click “APPLY” to and then click “OK” to save the adjusted
settings. Click “EXIT” to cancel the modification, or click
“DEFAULT” to restore all settings to the factory default
settings.
5.2.4.5 Video/Audio
Click “Main Menu”  “Basic”  “Video/Audio” to setup
Video and Audio output options such as resolution and
format. You can also preset a channel display sequence
timing or adjust the volume. Margin is the position of the
display for better fitting of your screen.
5.2.5 Advanced Setups
5.2.5.1 Alarm
To configure the Alarm mode of each channel, click
“Main Menu”  “Advanced”  “Alarm” to enter into
“ALARM SETUP” menu.
HDD Loss: Set action when HDD is operating irregularly.
HDD Space: Set this to trigger the alarm(s) when the
“HDD Overwrite” option is disabled and the HDD is full.
Video Loss: Set this to trigger the alarm when any of the
camera signal is distorted or loss.
PreRecord: Your DVR temporarily store the 5 seconds of
video before any alarm is triggered. Set this to “ON” if you
would like the pre-recorded 5 seconds to be saved to your
HDD also.
Buzzer: Set the time the alarm signal will continue once it
is triggered.
Post Recording: Configure these options for how long the
DVR will record after alarm is triggered.
Click the “EMAIL SETUP” button to configure the outgoing
mail server information.
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5.2.5.2 Info
Click “Main Menu”  “Advanced”  “Info” to access the
system information of your DVR.
5.2.5.3 MD (Motion Detect)
To configure the Motion Detection function of the
DVR, click “Main Menu”  “Advanced”  “MD” to enter
the Motion Detect Setup window.
Status: Enable or Disable Motion Detection of the
selected channel.
Sensitivity: Choose the level of sensitivity of motion
detection. 1 is the least sensitive.
MD Area: Click this button of the corresponding channel to
select the area you want to have motion detection. The
channel is separated into a 15*10 area. When any
movements in the selected area are detected, recording or
alarm will be triggered. The semi-transparent area means
no motion detection will be performed in those areas.
EMAIL: Enable or disable e-mail when motion detection is
triggered.
Red = Motion Detection Enabled
Clear = Motion Detection Disabled
NOTE: You can click and drag the mouse cursor when selecting/deselecting the motion
area.
5.2.5.4 Mobile
If you would like to allow your DVR to be accessible by a
Mobile device, Click “MAIN MENU”  “Network” 
“Mobile” to open the “MOBILE” menu.
Port: Mobile monitoring port. Setting range is between
1024 and 65535. Please note that the server port number
must not equal to network menu’s “WEB PORT” and
“MEDIA PORT” settings.
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5.2.5.5 MAINTAIN
Click “Main Menu”  “Advanced”  “Maintain” to access
the SYSTEM MAINTENANCE page of your DVR. This
option allows you reset the DVR to factory default settings,
update system software (firmware), and set system auto
maintain (reboot) time.
When enabling the auto-maintain function, you can setup
system to restart regularly to clear up some temporary
storage memory.
5.2.5.6 PTZ
To configure the PTZ (Pan Tilt Zoom) function, click
“Main Menu”  “Advanced”  “PTZ”. The cameras that
come with the kit do not support PTZ function, please refer
to the user’s manual of your PTZ cameras for proper
settings. Please note the channel settings must match
the settings of the PTZ camera.
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5.2.6 Network Setup – Intranet (Internal Access)
To access the NETWORK SETUP menu, select Main Menu  NETWORK to open the
NETWORK SETUP menu.
If your DVR is connected to a router of your local network (intranet), then you can setup the
NETWORK Setup section of the DVR to view the image your DVR is recording remotely
using computers connected within your network.
Important Note: You will not be able to access your DVR if your DVR is connected behind two
or more routers.
Note: Prior to changing the NETWORK Setup of your DVR, it is strongly recommended that
you perform the following tasks:
1. Access the configuration page of your router.
2. Reserve an IP Address in your router that is not used by other computers or devices
connected to your internal network.
3. Write down the assigned IP Address of your DVR, Subnet Mask, IP Address of your
Router (Gateway) of your DVR for future reference when configuring the DVR.
1. Select STATIC as the network TYPE.
2. Setup Media Port and Web Port (recommended to
leave these at the default values).
3. Enter the IP Address that you have reserved at the
beginning of this section into this field to be the unique
address of your DVR in your local network.
4. SUBNET MASK: It is recommended to leave the
Subnet mask as the default 255.255.255.0.
5. Set the GATEWAY to the IP Address of your router.
6. Enter the DNS (Domain Name Server) Address, Set
this to you router's IP address.
Leave the UPNP option at “ON”. Click “APPLY” to save
your change.
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5.2.7 Network Setup – Global Access (Connected Directly to Modem)
To access the NETWORK SETUP menu, select Main Menu  NETWORK to open the
NETWORK SETUP menu.
If you would like to access your DVR while you are outside of your home, please follow the
instructions below to configure the NETWORK Setup page of your DVR
Important Note: If you are using a DSL modem, the modem must be set to “bridge mode”.
Important Note: We will not be able to help you set up the network configurations if you have a
RADIUS Server or Network Magic installed.
Note: Prior to changing the NETWORK Setup of your DVR, it is strongly recommended that
you perform the following tasks:
1. Find out from your Internet Service Provider (ISP) what kind of service you are using.
Note: Your DVR supports these three common types of Internet Services: DHCP (Cable
Modem), PPPoE (DSL Modem) and Static IP (Fiber Optics). Actual service type may vary,
please ask your ISP for the exact service type.
2. Write down the: IP Address provided by your ISP (if your ISP is using Static IP), Subnet
Mask, Gateway Address, DNS Address(es) provided by your ISP of your DVR for future
reference when configuring the DVR
DHCP
1. If your ISP uses DHCP networking, select DHCP
network TYPE.
2. Leave Media Port at 9007
3. Setup Web Port (leave at 80 but some ISPs block
inbound traffic on port 80 to prevent web servers so if
the DVR cannot be remotely accessed choose a
different port number)
4. Leave the UPNP option at “ON”. Click the “DDNS
SETUP” Button.
5. You will need to apply for a Dynamic DNS account and
register a Domain Name with one of the known DDNS
provider. Enter your DDNS Provider’s HOST NAME,
USERNAME, and PASSWORD in the DDNS SETUP
page.
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STATIC IP
1. Select STATIC as the network TYPE.
2. Leave Media Port at 9007
3. Setup WEB Port (leave at 80 but some ISPs block
inbound traffic on port 80 to prevent web servers so if
the DVR cannot be remotely accessed choose a
different port number)
4. Enter the IP Address that you have reserved at the
beginning of this section into this field to be the unique
address of your DVR in your local network.
5. SUBNET MASK: It is recommended to leave the
Subnet mask as the default 255.255.255.0.
6. Set the GATEWAY to the IP Address of your router.
7. Set the DNS (Domain Name Server) Address to the IP
Address of your router.
8. Leave the UPNP option at “ON”. Click “APPLY” to
save your changes.
PPPoE
1. If your ISP provides you a Static IP Address, select
STATIC as the network TYPE.
2. Leave Media Port at 9007
3. Setup Web Port (leave at 80 but some ISPs block
inbound traffic on port 80 to prevent web servers so if
the DVR cannot be remotely accessed choose a
different port number)
4. Enter your PPPoE NAME and PASSWORD so your
DVR will be able to obtain service from your ISP.
5. Leave the UPNP option at “ON”. Enter the DNS
(Domain Name Server) address.
You will need to apply for a Dynamic DNS account and
register a Domain Name with one of the known DDNS
provider. Enter your DDNS Provider’s HOST NAME,
USERNAME, and PASSWORD in the DDNS SETUP
page.
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5.2.8 Network Setup – Global Access (Connected through a Router or Firewall)
To access the NETWORK SETUP menu, select Main Menu  NETWORK to open the
NETWORK SETUP menu.
If you would like to access your DVR while you are outside of your home or office network,
please follow the instructions below to configure the NETWORK Setup of your DVR
Important Note: You will not be able to access your DVR if your DVR is connected behind two
or more routers.
Important Note: If you are using a DSL modem, the modem must be set to “bridge mode”.
Important Note: We will not be able to help you set up the network configurations if you have a
RADIUS Server or Network Magic installed.
Note: Prior to changing the NETWORK Setup of your DVR, it is strongly recommended that
you perform the following tasks:
1. Access the configuration page of your router or Firewall.
2. Reserve an IP Address in your router or firewall that is not used by other computers or
devices connected to your internal network.
3. Make sure your router is configured properly for computer or devices outside of your local
network to access your DVR through your router. To do so, please use the following
method(s): NAT (Network Address Translation), Port Forwarding, DMZ (De-Military Zone),
DDNS (Dynamic DNS). Please refer to your router or firewall user’s manual for reference.
Note: Improper configuration on the router or firewall will prevent you from accessing your
DVR from outside your network.
4. Write down the assigned IP Address of your DVR, Subnet Mask, IP Address of your Router
(Gateway) of your DVR for future reference when configuring the DVR.
1. Select STATIC as the network TYPE.
2. Leave Media Port at 9007
3. Setup Web Port (leave at 80 but some ISPs block
inbound traffic on port 80 to prevent web servers so if
the DVR cannot be remotely accessed choose a
different port number)
4. Enter the IP Address that you have reserved at the
beginning of this section into this field to be the unique
address of your DVR in your local network.
5. SUBNET MASK: It is recommended to leave the
Subnet mask as the default 255.255.255.0.
6. Set the GATEWAY to the IP Address of your router.
7. Set the DNS (Domain Name Server) Address to the IP
Address of your router.
8. Leave the UPNP option at “ON”. Click “APPLY” to
save your changes
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5.2.9 Port Forwarding
To access the DVR from a remote computer over the internet via internet browser (Internet
Explorer).
1. Forward Port 80 and Port 9007 in the router attached to the DVR, to the IP address of the
DVR. *If you can’t use HTTP Port 80 due to use or your Internet Service Provider is
blocking it, use a different port like 1024 as the WEB PORT. When selecting a different port,
forward the new port to the IP address of the DVR and change the settings in the DVR
Network settings. You will also need to add the new port to the end of the IP address in the
browser window. For example, if you use port 1024, you add “:1024” to the end of the IP
address.
2. For instructions on the most popular routers go to www.portforward.com. Click on the
“Routers List” and select your router from the list of router manufacturers by clicking on the
brand and model number.
3. On the next page that opens, click on the “Default Guide” link.
port forwarding instructions for your router.
This will take you to the
4. When you access the DVR from a remote computer, you also need to use a different
address in the Internet Explorer browser window. Instead of entering the IP address of the
DVR, you need to enter the public IP address of the router that the DVR Is attached to. You
can get this address by going to www.myipaddress.com from the computer that
is attached to the same router as the DVR. This website will display the box in that shows
the IP address you need to use.
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5.2.10 Viewing your DVR over the Internet (UPNP)
Now that you have set up the DVR on your local network, you will want to access your camera
from a remote location over the Internet. This DVR supports a technology called Universal
Plug and Play (UPnP). With UPNP your DVR will automatically open the necessary ports in
your router to allow remote access to your DVR. To make use of this feature your router
will also need to support UPnP. Most modern routers support this; however, check your
router manufacturer’s website just to make sure.
A. Make sure that your DVR is plugged directly into your router with an Ethernet cord.
B. Log into your DVR’s network setup: Main Menu  Network
C. Verify that the TCP/IP Type is set to DHCP.
D. Ensure UPNP is enabled and leave the default ports as:
Media Port: 9000
Web Port: 1024
Server Port: 18000 (Located in the Mobile section)
E. Your router will usually have UPNP enabled by default, but just to make sure, log into your
router to check it is (refer to manufacturer guidelines on how to do this)
F. Once both your DVR and router have UPNP enabled, you are now able to view your DVR
from any computer with high speed Internet access. To do this you need to type your
external IP address in the Internet Browser address bar followed by :1024
Note: There are 2 types of external IP addresses:
1. Static – Your external IP address will never change, even if you turn your broadband modem
off and on.
2. Dynamic – Your external IP address may be likely to change several times a week.
If you want to access your camera from outside your network and have a Dynamic IP address,
you will have to re-check your external IP address every time you connect to the internet.
You can ask your ISP if they can provide you with a static IP address. DDNS allows you to
enter a normal style internet address into your browser and it will find your camera, even if
you have a dynamic IP address. For more information on how to set up DDNS, refer to the
How to setup DDNS in the supplied user manual.
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5.2.11 Accessing the DVR through Internet Explorer Browser (IE):
Once the network settings on the DVR match the settings of your router, and you have
forwarded the ports needed by the DVR (for remote access over the internet), you need to
modify your browser controls.
Note: Ensure you are using Internet Explorer 7 or newer to use this feature (Open IE, Click
Help, Select “About Internet Explorer”)
To Modify Internet Explorer controls
1. Turn OFF “Pop Up Blocker”
Go to Tools,
Select Pop-up Blocker,
If On please select “Turn Off Pop-up Blocker”
2. Access Active X Controls
Select Tools
Select Internet Options
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3. Access Custom Security Level
Select the “Security” tab
Select “Custom Level…”
4. Enabling all Active X Controls
On this page scroll down to the ActiveX Controls and Plug Ins,
and set all to either PROMPT or ENABLED.
To connect to the DVR from a remote computer, you would then open an Internet Explorer
browser window and enter the Internet IP of your router that you received by going to
www.myipaddress.com.
If you get an error message “Program cannot load because the Publisher is unknown” or the
program is unsigned, then go to Internet Explorer > Tools > Internet Options, then click on
the ADVANCED tab on the top right. This will open the window in, scroll down to “Security”,
and select on the options to “Allow software to run or install even if the signature is invalid”,
and “Allow Active Content to Run Files on My Computer”.
Warning! It is strongly recommended to return all Internet Explorer Security to its default
settings after the Active X Control has been installed. Enabling all Active X controls put
your computer at risk of being attacked by malware and spywares.
Note: For instruction on the interface of Internet Explorer when accessing the DVR, please
go to Chapter 6 of this user’s manual.
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5.2.12 Mobile Phone and Tablet PC Access
The DVR is currently compatible with mobile phones running Windows® Mobile, Symbian® S60
Version 3 & 5 operating systems, iPhones®, Blackberry® OS 5, and Android® on 3G
networks. For tablet PC running regular Windows OS, please refer to the Net-Viewer
Program section of this Manual for setup instruction.
Before you can access the DVR from a mobile phone, you need to setup the Network
Configuration on the DVR. Go to section 5.2.7 or 5.2.8 for instructions. You will also need to
set the configurations in section 5.2.5.4.
NOTE: The video speed depends on the speed of the internet connection.
When accessing from a mobile phone with Windows Mobile operating system, follow
these procedures:
1. Install the webcam program that is included on the supplied CD by copying the
“meye.CAB” file to the mobile phone. You can do this by attaching the mobile phone to a
computer and copying the file from the CD to the phone.
2. Click the windows mobile folder and choose the file “meyesetup.cab”. Select the file
which will open the window. The file is generally default to save to the Device’s built-in
memory, but you can choose to save it to Storage Card.
3. Choose storage location and click “Install” to start the installation.
4. After installation finishes, click the icon named “meye” to run the program. This will display
the program screen.
5. Click the “Setting” button to enter the Setting menu
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6. Enter login information.
User name: same as the user name setup in DVR under
section 5.2.4.3.
Password: same as the password setup in DVR under section
5.2.4.3.
Server: Enter the Public IP or DDNS address of your DVR.
Port: Same as the Server Port you set in the DVR under
section 5.2.5.4.
Notes: Enter the user defined DVR name (if configured).
Click ”OK” to save the settings and to access your DVR
remotely.
When accessing from a mobile phone with Symbian® S60 Version 3 or 5 operating
system, follow these procedures:
1. Install the webcam program that is included on the supplied CD by copying the
“Meye_RMYT_5th.sisx” file to the mobile phone (copy the file “Meye_RMYT_3rd.sisx” if
you are using S60 Version 3). You can do this by attaching the mobile phone to a
computer and copying the file from the CD to the phone.
2. Select the copied “.sisx” file on your phone to install it
3. After the phone finishes copying the file, it will ask for permission to install the program.
Select “Continue” to start the installation.
4. Click the “OK” button on the information box displaying the program and current version.
5. Select the location of where you want to install the program, to phone memory or to the
memory card, and then click “Select”.
6. Click “Continue” and wait for the program to install.
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7. Once the installation is complete, go to the Applications folder and select the “Meye”
program, and click “Open” to display the software interface. Click the “Setup” button to
open the “Setting” screen
IP:Enter the Public IP or DDNS address of your DVR.
Port:Same as the Server Port you set in the DVR under section 5.2.5.4.
User Name: same as the user name setup in DVR under section 5.2.4.3.
Password:same as the password setup in DVR under section 5.2.4.3.
Channel: Select the channel you want to monitor and click “DONE” to display the screen to
start viewing the live image.
Alias: Enter the user defined DVR name (if configured)
Option: click to select whether history list should be included.
When accessing with an iPhone® follow these procedures:
1. From you iPhone® Select “App Store” from your home screen.
2. Select the Search icon.
3. Type: “meye” in the search field.
4. Download and install the “Asee” Application.
5. After the application is installed, click the Asee icon
to run the software.
6. Select the Settings icon at the bottom and input your DVR IP Address, Mobile Port
number from section 5.2.5.4, Login ID and Password from section 5.2.4.3.
You will now be watching a live streaming video of your security camera on your iPhone®.
Enjoy!
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When accessing from a mobile phone with Blackberry® phones, follow these
procedures:
Note: To prevent flickering screen when connecting to your DVR, please make sure the
firmware on your mobile phone is the latest version. Please visit your mobile phone
manufacturer’s website for further details.
1. Download and install the “Blackberry Desktop Manager” on your PC.
2. Connect your phone to your PC via USB cable.
3. Open the Desktop Manager.
4. Choose “Application Loader” from the Main
Menu.
5. Under the “Add/Remove Applications” pane,
click “Start” Button.
6. Click the “Browse…” button and locate the
“meye.alx” file on the included CD. Select the
“meye” file under “Device application selection”
and click “Next”.
7. Follow the installation process and click “Finish” at
the end to finish the installation.
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Using the Software:
1. Prior to running the software, please make sure you have edited the Application
permission of the “meye” application by going to “Settings” -> “Options” ->
“Applications”, then highlight the “meye” application and select “Edit Permissions” in
the drop down menu. Make sure Connections, Interactions, and User Data are set to
“Allow”.
2. To run the application, the Blackberry viewer is
installed in the “Downloads” directory
3. Open the “Downloads” folder, and then click the
“meye” icon to open the viewing interface.
The functions of the various icons are as follow:
1 ---Connect/Disconnect
2 ---Full screen
3 ---Snapshot
4 ---Setup
5 ---Help
6 ---Next Channels/Group
7 ---Navigation Controls
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4. Select the “Setup” options and enter the
information of the DVR you want to connect in
Settings.
Name: Enter the Name of this group of settings.
Address:Enter the Public IP or DDNS address of
your DVR.
Port:Same as the Server Port you set in the DVR
under section 5.2.5.4.
User ID: same as the user name setup in DVR
under section 5.2.4.3.
Password:same as the password setup in DVR
under section 5.2.4.3.
5. Select the Network Type supported by your
phone.
6. Click the “Save” button to save the settings, and
system will return to Live display.
You can save the connection settings for different DVRs when you give the Settings different
names under Settings and click save. To open the list of DVRs that you have connected to,
click the “History” button to open the History List.
1. Highlight one record and click the
trackball/trackpad to open the History pop up menu.
When “Open” is selected, system will directly be
connected to the DVR.
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2. When selecting “Edit” option, system will allow you
to edit the record.
When selecting “Delete” option, the history record will be deleted.
To navigate in live view mode:
1. Click “Next Channels/Group” icon to switch
channels, and then choose the channel you want
to display.
2. Click the “Full screen” icon to view in full screen
display mode, click the “Trackball” on the mobile
phone to quit full screen mode.
3. Click “Next page” again button to view the
“Navigation Controls” if you have a PTZ Camera
installed with your DVR.
4. Click “Help” button to view the software’s Help
instruction.
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5. Click “Close button to exit the program.
When accessing from a mobile phone with Android® phones, follow these
procedures:
1. Locate the “Meye.pak” software on our driver CD.
2. Copy the downloaded “Meye.pak” to your phone.
3. Make sure your mobile is connected to a network and can download software/files.
4. Go to “All Program” and select the “Market” icon.
5. In the “Market” interface, click “Search” on the upper right corner and enter “apk
manager” to search for the “apk manager” program.
6. Highlight and install the “Apk Manager” program searched.
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7. Follow up the installation steps to install the software.
8. Goto “All Programs” and select “Apk Manager”.
9. Locate the “Meye.apk” on the included CD and copy to your
phone
10. Select and install the software to your phone.
11. Goto “All Programs” and select the “meye” icon.
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12. The “meye” main interface will be displayed.
The functions of the various icons are as follow:
1 ---Channel Select
2 ---Pan/Tilt Control
3 ---Zoom +/4 ---Focus +/5 ---Iris +/6 ---Play/Pause, Snapshot, Settings, Next Channel Group, and
help.
13. Click the Settings icon to open the “Settings” menu.
Enter the device information for the DVR that you would like to
connect to:
Address: Enter the IP address of the DVR
Port: Enter the Mobile Port Number of the DVR under section
5.2.5.4
Device Name: Enter DVR name (User defined)
User name: Enter the Login User Name for you DVR under
section 5.2.4.3
Password: Enter the Login User Password for your DVR under
section 5.2.4.3.
History: Click the “History” button at the upper right hand
corner to view records of previously connected devices.
NOTE: If your phone is not compatible with the above list please check our website once
again to see if your phone is listed.
5.3 Keylock
Click “Keylock” of the pop-up menu to activate password protection of your DVR. All menu will
be locked until the correct username and password is entered.
5.4 Channel Switch
Click “CHN SWITCH” of the pop-up menu to select the channel to display.
5.5 Video Search
Click “VIDEO SEARCH” of the pop-up menu to open the Video Search screen to display a
record.
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5.6 PTZ Control
5.6.1 Cruise Setup
Open PTZ setting menu if you have PTZ (Pan-Tilt-Zoom) camera installed and would like to
control the PTZ camera to move to a preset point.
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1. PTZ direction control: Control PTZ moving direction.
2. Zoom, Focus and Iris Control: control direction,
zoom, focus and iris of PTZ.
3. Setup: Click to set Cruise control points.
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Under the PTZ Control menu, you will have the options to
perform the following operations.
POINT: Indicates the number of the points set under the
“CRUISE SETTING” menu.
SET POINT: Set the current coordinate that the PTZ
camera is pointing to as the settings for the numbered
point.
CLEAN POINT: Clears all settings of the numbered point.
CALL POINT: Click to load the settings of the numbered
point (the PTZ camera will also point to the loaded point).
AUTO SCAN: Continuously turn the PTZ camera.
STOP SCAN: Stop turning the PTZ camera.
SET CRUISE: Click to open the “CRUISE SETTING”
Menu.
Use this CRUISE SETTING menu to set a sequence of
points for your PTZ camera to point at. You will need to
only view the camera you would like to control before
entering this screen in order to control that specific
camera.
POINT: Indicates the number of the current point.
STOP TIME: Set the duration of the camera will point at
the set point before moving to the next set point.
SET: Set the current PTZ camera position as the
numbered point.
CLEAR: Clear all set point in Cruise Setting.
CALL: Click to load the settings of the numbered point.
SAVE: Store the set sequence of point in memory.
To start Cruise, exit this PTZ and click “Start Cruise” of the pop-up menu.
5.7 Mute
Click “MUTE” of the pop-up menu to enable and display sound.
5.8 Manual Rec
Click “MANUAL REC” of the pop-up menu to start manual recording.
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5.9 Stop Rec
Click “STOP REC” of the pop-up menu to start manual recording.
5.10 Rotation
Click “ROTATION” of the pop-up menu to start displaying videos from each camera in rotation,
duration set at section 5.2.4.5.
5.11 Start Cruise
If you have purchased a PTZ camera separate and would like to start the PTZ camera to start
cruising, click “START Cruise” on the pop-up menu to start the function set in section 5.6.1
5.12 Stop Cruise
Click “STOP CRUISE” on the pop-up menu to stop the cruising function set in section 5.6.1
5.13 Standby
Click “STANDBY Cruise” to put your DVR in standby mode (all recording will be stopped).
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CHAPTER 6: ACCESSING WITH INTERNET EXPLORER
Open Internet Explorer and enter the IP Address or DDNS address of your DVR. A pop-up will ask
you to install an ActiveX (plug-in) to your computer. Please confirm the download and install the
software.
Reminder: If the ActiveX (plug-in) is not downloaded successfully, please check if your
browser’s safety level or firewall setting is set properly (as stated above). Please also make sure all
of the setup of your modem or router is setup properly.
6.1 Log-in
After the ActiveX (plug-in) is installed, please
refresh the screen to load the login page. Enter
your DVR’s login information. Click the “Login”
button to view remotely through Internet Explorer.
Please note default password is empty. System
allows Administrator to set new password as per
section 5.2.4.3.
After successfully Logged in, system will open
the live display interface and connect to
audio/video feed automatically.
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6.2 Main Interface of Net-viewer
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6.2.1 Menu column
Menu column includes “Live”, “Playback”, and “Setup”.
6.2.1.1 Live
After Logging-in to system, system will enter into Live display. You can enable/disable
showing certain cameras, control the volume, or control the movement of PTZ cameras
if you have such cameras installed.
6.2.1.2 Playback
This option allows you to playback
recordings remotely.
1. Select the day, channel and type and
click search.
2. Select any event from search result list
to playback.
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6.2.1.3. Setup
Clicking “SETUP” opens this sub menu, option in this menu includes “Record”, “Network”,
“Camera”, and “System”.
Record
Open sub menu “Record” to access the same
“Record” settings that you would see on the firmware
menus of the DVR.
Alarm
Open sub menu “Alarm” to access the same “Alarm”
settings that you would see on the firmware menus of
the DVR.
PTZ
Open sub menu “PTZ” to access the same “PTZ”
settings that you would see on the firmware menus of
the DVR.
Network
Open sub menu “Network” to access the same
“Network” settings that you would see on the firmware
menus of the DVR.
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Setting
Open sub menu “Setting” to access the same “Setting”
options that you would see on the firmware menus of
the DVR.
Maintenance
Open sub menu “Maintenance” to remote control your
DVR to restart, format HDD or update your DVR
firmware.
Host Info
Open sub menu “Host” to access the current status of
your DVR.
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6.2.2 Play Control
1. PTZ direction control: Control PTZ moving
direction
2. Zoom, Focus and Iris Control: control direction,
zoom, focus and iris of PTZ.
3. Presetting bit Control SET:display current presetting bit or input a
presetting bit you would like to fix at according to
the edit box。
CALL:Load one previous setting you have saved
last time.
CLEAN: clear presetting bit setting
SET CRUISE: Start Cruise.
STOP CRUISE: Stop Cruise
1. On / Off Live display [
]:When Live display
status is “On”, Clicking the button closes Live
display. When “Off” clicking the button opens the
Live display.
2. Capture [
]:Capture Screen image and save
to PC as *bmp image.
3. Recording [
]:Operate DVR recording
remotely
4. Channel display [
]:The icons
stand for Single Channel display, Quad Channel
display, 3x3 Channel display and 4x4 Channel
display respectively.
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6.2.3 Remote Backup
You can backup recorded video files from your system to your PC using the BACKUP button in
IE when playing back clips.
To backup files remotely:
1. Click PLAYBACK at the top of the main screen.
2. Select a date(s) on the calendar and click SEARCH.
3. Double-click a file from the File List to begin playback.
4. Click BACKUP. Backup begins to C:/DVR/[ip_address]/Backup
NOTE: If you playback a file, you must wait for the file to load before backing it up, otherwise
you may receive an error message
5. When file backup is complete, click OK in the confirmation window. The confirmation
window show the save path of the backup file.
NOTE: Backup files are saved as .264 files.
NOTE: Use the Player Software included on the software CD to playback backed up video.
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WARRANTY
Proximus Products (“Proximus”) provides the following warranty to the original retail purchaser only (the “Purchaser”)
with respect to this product (the “Product”):
For a period of one (1) year after the date of sale, the Product shall be free from manufacturing defects in material and
workmanship. In the event that the Product is defective, the Purchaser must return the Product at Purchaser’s cost (no
CODs) to the address below, with the original proof of purchase receipt.
In its sole discretion, Proximus will either
repair or replace the Product at no additional cost to the Purchaser. Any replacement Product (or parts) will be covered
by the same warranty as the original Product through the expiration date of the original warranty period.
Exclusions:
This warranty does not apply to the following parts or upon the following events:
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Bulbs, LEDs and batteries;
The Product was not used or installed in the manner described in the installation instructions;
Negligent use of the Product, or misuse or abuse of the Product;
Electrical short circuits or power surges;
Use of replacement parts not supplied by Proximus;
Product is either tampered with, modified, or repaired by another service provider;
Product has not been maintained in accordance with the instructions;
Accident, fire, flood or other acts of God;
Failure to use Proximus approved accessories;
Defects or damages arising by use of the Product in other than normal conditions (including normal
atmospheric, moisture and humidity conditions).
EXCEPT AS OTHERWISE PROHIBITED BY LAW, THIS WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF OTHER WARRANTIES,
EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, AND PROXIMUS NEITHER ASSUMES NOR AUTHORIZES ANY PERSON TO ASSUME
FOR IT ANY OTHER OBLIGATION OR LIABILITY IN CONNECTION WITH THE SALE OR SERVICE OF THE
PRODUCT.
IN NO EVENT SHALL PROXIMUS BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARISING
FROM THE USE OF THE PRODUCT OR ARISING FROM THE MALFUNCTIONING OR NON-FUNCTIONING OF
THE PRODUCT, OR FOR ANY DELAY IN THE PERFORMANCE OF THIS WARRANTY DUE TO ANY CAUSE
BEYOND ITS CONTROL. THIS WARRANTY SHALL NOT APPLY TO INSTALLATION OR THE REMOVAL AND
REINSTALLATION OF PRODUCTS AFTER REPAIR.
Proximus does not make any claims or warranties of any kind whatsoever regarding the Product’s potential, ability or
effectiveness to prevent, minimize, or in any way affect personal or property damage or injury. Proximus is not
responsible for any personal damage, loss or theft related to the Product or to its use for any harm, whether physical or
mental related thereto. Any and all claims or statements, whether written or verbal, by salespeople, retailers, dealers or
distributors to the contrary are not authorized by Proximus, and do not affect this provision of this warranty.
Returns under this Warranty
In order to obtain service, please make sure that you have registered your product on-line no later than thirty (30) days
after purchase at www.Proximus-Security.com in the warranty registration section or in any other matter described in
the instructions.
TOLL FREE CUSTOMER SERVICE
North America:
1-888-821-8048
Email:
Support@Proximus-Security.com
www.Proximus-Security.com
Website::
TOLL FREE: 1-888-821-8048
Proximus Products
8300 West Flager St.
Suite# 121-106
Miami, FL 33144
Proximus™ is a registered Trademark of Streak Products, Inc. © 2011 Streak Products Inc.
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