Quick Reference Guide - AAA Alarms
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Quick Start Guide
DS-7600NI-SE/P Series NVR
NOTE: For more detailed information, refer to the User’s Manual on the
CD-ROM. You must use your PC or MAC to access the files.
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Quick Start
NOTE: Connect VGA monitor and mouse before starting.
1. Overview
2. Connection
3. Startup/Shutdown
4. Formatting a Disk
5. Setting Date & Time
6. Recording
7. Playback
8. Backup
9. Network Connection
10. Adding IP Cameras (UPNP available)
NOTE: For more detailed information, refer to the User’s Manual on the
CD-ROM. You must use your PC or MAC to access the files.
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1. Overview
BEFORE STARTING: Connect VGA monitor and mouse (mouse supplied).
Check that your package includes the following:
Hybrid/Analog DVR
Hard Drive (PreInstalled)
IR Remote
HDD Cables
Quick Start Guide
Power Cord
Manual/Software CD
Front Panel Description:
Status Indicators:
2. USB Port
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2. Connection
VGA Monitor
HDMI Monitor
USB Mouse
IR Remote
IP Camera
Audio Input
USB Device
IP Dome
Analog Dome
Analog Camera
IP Dome
IP Camera
NOTE: DS-7600NI-SE/P Series NVR supports only IP cameras.
3. Startup and Shutdown
To Startup Your NVR:
1. Plug power cord into NVR and electrical outlet. It is HIGHLY recommended to use a surge
protector. The Power indicator LED on the front panel will turn yellow.
2. Connect a VGA or HDMI monitor and mouse into the NVR. NOTE: Monitor and mouse
need to be plugged in before starting.
3. Switch the POWER button on the back rear panel. The Power indicator LED will turn yellow.
The unit will begin to start.
NOTE: Each HDD will start separately to conserve power
NOTE: Default password is 12345
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3. Startup and Shutdown
To Shut down Your DVR:
1. Enter the Shutdown menu by going to Main
Menu > Maintenance.
2. Click
to access the Shutdown menu.
3. Select the Shutdown button.
4. Click the Yes button.
4. Formatting a Disk
A newly installed hard disk drive (HDD) must be formatted first before it can be used with your DVR.
NOTE: Formatting the disk will erase all data on it.
To format a new disk:
1. Enter the HDD Configuration menu by going to Main Menu > System Configuration
> HDD.
2. Place a check next to the disk to format. A disk that has not been formatted will show
Uninitialized as its status.
If the disk is newly installed, the status of the drive will show up as Uninitialized.
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4. Formatting a Disk
3. Click the Init button.
4. A confirmation message will appear on the screen.
Click the Yes button to continue formatting process.
5. The status column will show the Initialization progress.
After the disk has been formatted, the status of the
disk will change to Normal.
6. Click
to exit out of HDD Menu.
5. Setting Date & Time
To Setup Date and Time:
1. Enter the Time/Date menu by going to Main Menu
> System Configuration > General > Time/Date.
2. Select the correct time zone. Enter the correct date and time.
3. Click the Apply button to save the settings.
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6. Recording
To Setup Recording Schedule:
You can set the recording schedule through two ways:
Right click to access the menu. Select Start Recording from
the list, select either Continuous Record or Event Record.
This will apply a 24/7 recording for all active channels.
1. Enter the Schedule Configuration menu by going
to Main Menu > Recording Configuration
> Schedule.
2. Select a camera to configure from the camera
drop-down list.
3. Check the Enable Schedule checkbox to enable the recording schedule. If the checkbox is
unchecked, the recording schedule will be disabled.
4. Click blue Continuous or yellow Event icon bellow time table to select recording type. Time
table will switch to editable mode, drag mouse over time table to configure recording
schedule. Different recording types will be marked with corresponding color.
5. Step 4 scheduling adjustments made to the hour, if recording schedule requires
adjustments to the minutes, move to Step 7.
6. Select Recording Type for each day of the week. Recording type includes Continuous for
continuous recording or Event for recording when an event is triggered (i.e. from detected
motion) for the selected time period.
7. Select the start and stop time for each day of the week. The start and stop time are listed
using a 24 hr cycle (i.e. 18:00 is equivalent to 6:00pm)
8. Check the Enable Audio Output checkbox by going to Main Menu > System
Configuration > Live View > General if you would like to enable audio recording along
with the video. Audio can only be recorded if an amplified audio source is connected to the IP
9. Select the Apply button to save the schedule settings and click
to return to the
previous menu. Clicking
without clicking Apply will go out of the menu without saving
NOTE: Event recordings are recordings that are triggered from motion detection
and/or from an external alarm.
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7. Playback
Playback from Search:
1. Enter the Playback menu by going to
Main Menu > Playback.
2. Select the camera and date you want to
3. The search results will be shown on the timeline
with blue bars designating recorded files.
4. Click a time on the timeline, and then click Play
Forward below the video preview window.
Playback Multiple Channels:
Follow the steps mentioned above to playback the video.
Click the Full-Screen button to enter full-screen mode,
and select additional channels by ticking the checkbox
next to the camera to play back multiple channels.
Stop playback on any of channel by un-tick the
corresponding checkbox.
NOTE: Up to 8 channels can be played back at the
same time
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8. Backup
Backup Recorded Files (Export):
1. Enter the File Management menu by going to
Main Menu > File Management
2. Place a check next to the cameras you want to
search files for backup. Select the recording type,
date and time range you want to backup. Click
on Search.
3. A search results window will display your results. You
may click the Play button to verify that these files are
indeed the ones you would like to backup. The total size
of backup files will be displayed in lower left hand corner.
4. Click the Export button.
5. Select device to backup to from drop-down list (USB
Flash Drive, USB HDD, DVD Writer). If backup device
is not recognized:
• Click the Refresh button.
• Reconnect device.
• Check for compatibility from vendor.
6. The total available free space will be shown. If the
free space is not sufficient, delete files from the
storage device or insert a device with more available
free space.
7. Click the Export button to begin backup process.
After the backup has completed, click the OK button.
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9. Network Connection
Network Connection
Using Web Browsers
All Hikvision products use the default IP address of
1. Connect a CAT5 or CAT6 cable from the NVR to a PC or Laptop computer.
Note your laptop or PC computers existing address, such as:
2. Open web browser.
3. In the address bar, type
If prompted, allow the installation of the Hikvision application.
It may be necessary to add this IP address as a Trusted Site with Low Security.
4. Login to the DVR:
Username: admin
Password: 12345
5. Go to the Configuration tab, and then unfold the Remote Configuration menu.
6. Click on Network Settings.
7. Enter the IP address you wish the NVR to have, then SAVE.
8. Reset your laptop or PC to its original IP address, subnet and gateway.
9. Type the new address in web browser.
Using Hikvision iVMS 4200 Software
If possible, check www.hikvisionusa.com/downloads.html for the latest version of the iVMS4200 software.
If internet access is not available, install the software from the CD.
Then follow the instructions included with the software.
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10. Adding IP Cameras
Adding IP Cameras
The DS-7600NI-SE/P series NVR provides PoE interfaces which can connect to IP cameras directly. The
PoE interface supports Plug-and-Play function. You can also connect to the online IP camera manually.
1. Connect the IP cameras via PoE interfaces.
2. Enter the Cameras menu by going to Main Menu > Cameras Setup > Cameras. You can see the
connected cameras with assigned IP address are listed.
Note: 1) For HIKVISION IP camera, to use Plug-and Play, user just need to plug the camera. 2) For
third-party IP camera, please make sure it supports ONVIF protocol, SADP search of ONVIF. Also, user
name and password should be admin/12345, IP address should be in the same segment of POE switch
NIC IP address( is default IP address).
1. Enter the Cameras menu by going to Main Menu > Cameras Setup > Cameras.
2. Click the Search button to automatically detect connected IP cameras on the network.
3. You can modify the camera’s IP, subnet and port settings by clicking on the
camera’s IP address.
next to the
4. Click
on added camera list and change the Adding Method from Plug-and-Play to Manual.
5. Input the necessary information like IP address, password and so on for the camera that you want
to connect. Click Apply to confirm adding the camera and click OK to return to the previous menu.
Please note the camera’s status will show as disconnected initially. Click the Refresh button to obtain
a connected status. You can also click the play icon to verify a successful connection to the camera.
6. Go to Main Menu > Recording Configuration > Parameters to setup IP camera recording resolution,
frame rate, etc.
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