VZ-PRO-KEYBOARD User Manual
Network Keyboard
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User Manual of Network Keyboard
User Manual
About this Manual
This Manual is applicable to network keyboard.
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Regulatory information
FCC information
Please take attention that changes or modification not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
FCC compliance: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital
device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the
user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
FCC Conditions
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful interference.
2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
EU Conformity Statement
This product and - if applicable - the supplied accessories too are marked with "CE" and
comply therefore with the applicable harmonized European standards listed under the EMC
Directive 2014/30/EU, the RoHS Directive 2011/65/EU.
2012/19/EU (WEEE directive): Products marked with this symbol cannot be disposed of as
unsorted municipal waste in the European Union. For proper recycling, return this product to
your local supplier upon the purchase of equivalent new equipment, or dispose of it at
designated collection points. For more information see: www.recyclethis.info
2006/66/EC (battery directive): This product contains a battery that cannot be disposed of as
unsorted municipal waste in the European Union. See the product documentation for specific
battery information. The battery is marked with this symbol, which may include lettering to
indicate cadmium (Cd), lead (Pb), or mercury (Hg). For proper recycling, return the battery to your supplier
or to a designated collection point. For more information see: www.recyclethis.info
Industry Canada ICES-003 Compliance
This device meets the CAN ICES-3 (A)/NMB-3(A) standards requirements.
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Safety Instruction
These instructions are intended to ensure that user can use the product correctly to avoid danger or
property loss.
The precaution measure is divided into “Warnings” and “Cautions”
Warnings: Serious injury or death may occur if any of the warnings are neglected.
Cautions: Injury or equipment damage may occur if any of the cautions are neglected.
Warnings
Follow
these
Cautions
Follow
to
these
safeguards to prevent serious
precautions
prevent
injury or death.
potential injury or material
damage.
Warnings
• Proper configuration of all passwords and other security settings is the responsibility of the installer and/or
end-user.
• In the use of the product, you must be in strict compliance with the electrical safety regulations of the
nation and region. Please refer to technical specifications for detailed information.
• Input voltage should meet both the SELV (Safety Extra Low Voltage) and the Limited Power Source with
100~240 VAC or 12 VDC according to the IEC60950-1 standard. Please refer to technical specifications
for detailed information.
• Do not connect several devices to one power adapter as adapter overload may cause over-heating or a
fire hazard.
• Please make sure that the plug is firmly connected to the power socket.
• If smoke, odor or noise rise from the device, turn off the power at once and unplug the power cable, and
then please contact the service center.
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Preventive and Cautionary Tips
Before connecting and operating your keyboard, please be advised of the following tips:
• Ensure unit is placed in a well-ventilated, dust-free environment.
• Keep all liquids away from the keyboard.
• Please check the power supply to avoid the damage caused by voltage mismatch.
• Please make sure the keyboard work in the allowed range of temperature and humidity.
• Please keep the device horizontal and avoid the installation under severe vibration environment.
• The dust board will cause a short circuit after damping; please use brush to dedust regularly for the
board, connector, chassis fan, etc.
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Symbol Conventions
The symbols that may be found in this document are defined as follows.
Symbol
Description
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which if not
avoided, could result in equipment damage, data loss,
performance degradation, or unexpected results.
Provides additional information to emphasize or supplement
important points of the main text.
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Introduction .................................................................................................... 10
1.1 Overview ..............................................................................................................10
1.2 Features ...............................................................................................................10
1.3 Appearance .......................................................................................................... 11
Chapter 2 Operation Guide ............................................................................................. 13
2. User Account.........................................................................................................13
2.2 Indicators and Buttons ....................................................................................... 13
2.3 Button Operation ..................................................................................................16
2.3.1 Operating Video Wall Display ....................................................................16
2.3.2 PTZ Control Buttons ..................................................................................17
2.3.3 Other Buttons .............................................................................................17
2.4 Input Method Shift ................................................................................................19
2.5 Basic Operation Procedure ..................................................................................19
2.6 Quick Configuration Guide ...................................................................................20
2.7 Quick Operation ...................................................................................................24
Chapter 3 Local Keyboard Configuration by Admin ........................................................ 26
3.1 ......................................................................................................................... Login
26
3.2 Changing the Password .......................................................................................27
3.3 Keyboard Management ........................................................................................28
3.3.1 Viewing Version Information ......................................................................29
3.3.2 Configuring Network ..................................................................................29
3.3.3 Configuring Hardware ................................................................................30
3.3.4 Configuring Time ........................................................................................30
3.3.5 Configuring Language................................................................................31
3.3.6 Calibrating Screen .....................................................................................31
3.3.7 Upgrading Device ......................................................................................32
3.4 Device Management ............................................................................................34
3.4.1 Adding a Device .........................................................................................34
3.4.2 Editing/Deleting the Device ........................................................................36
3.5 User Management................................................................................................37
3.5.1 Adding a User ............................................................................................37
3.5.2 Setting the Related Device ........................................................................38
3.5.3 Editing/Deleting the User ...........................................................................39
3.6 Importing/Exporting Configuration File .................................................................39
3.7 Restoring to Default Settings ...............................................................................41
3.8 Logout ..................................................................................................................41
3.9 Reboot .................................................................................................................41
3.10 Shutdown ...........................................................................................................42
Chapter 4 Local Keyboard Configuration by Operator .................................................... 43
4.1 Login ....................................................................................................................43
4.2 Viewing Device List ..............................................................................................44
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4.3 Encoding Device Settings ....................................................................................45
4.3.1 Network Settings ........................................................................................45
4.3.2 Serial Port Settings ....................................................................................46
4.3.3 Camera Settings ........................................................................................46
4.3.4 Alarm Settings ...........................................................................................56
4.3.5 Exceptions .................................................................................................59
4.3.6 Maintenance ..............................................................................................60
4.3.7 Stream Media Settings ...............................................................................60
4.3.8 Remote Panel Settings ..............................................................................61
4.4 Decoding Device Settings ....................................................................................62
4.4.1 Network Settings ........................................................................................62
4.4.2 Serial Port Settings ....................................................................................62
4.4.3 Output Settings ..........................................................................................63
4.4.4 Video Wall Settings ....................................................................................64
4.4.5 Viewing Decoding Status ...........................................................................65
4.4.6 Maintenance ..............................................................................................65
4.5 Input Settings .......................................................................................................66
4.5.1 Starting Local Live View .............................................................................66
4.5.2 Live View by Channel-Zero ........................................................................67
4.5.3 Editing a Camera .......................................................................................67
4.5.4 Setting Input Group ....................................................................................68
4.6 Output Settings ....................................................................................................69
4.6.1 Playback on Monitor ..................................................................................69
4.6.2 Editing an Output Channel .........................................................................71
4.6.3 Setting Output Group .................................................................................72
4.6.4 Setting Video Wall / Scene.........................................................................72
4.7 Macro Settings .....................................................................................................73
4.7.1 Adding Macro .............................................................................................74
4.7.2 Viewing Macro ...........................................................................................74
4.7.3 Running Macro ..........................................................................................75
4.7.4 Deleting Macro ...........................................................................................75
4.8 Playback ..............................................................................................................75
4.8.1 Playback by USB File ................................................................................76
4.8.2 Playback by File .........................................................................................76
4.8.3 Playback by Time .......................................................................................77
4.9 Advanced Settings ...............................................................................................77
4.9.1 Password Settings .....................................................................................78
4.9.2 Auxiliary Key Settings ................................................................................78
4.9.3 Live View & PTZ Speed Settings ...............................................................79
4.10Logout .................................................................................................................79
4.11Reboot.................................................................................................................80
4.12Shutdown ............................................................................................................80
Chapter 5 Keyboard Operation ....................................................................................... 81
5.1 Shortcut Operation ...............................................................................................81
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5.2 Local Live View ....................................................................................................81
5.3 Displaying Decoded Video to Output Channel .....................................................82
5.3.1 Setting Multi-Division Display .....................................................................82
5.3.2 Displaying Video to Output Channel ..........................................................83
5.3.3 Displaying Video of Camera Group to Output Channel..............................84
5.3.4 Displaying Video of Camera Group to the Window of Output Channel ......85
5.3.5 Displaying Video of Camera Group to Output Group .................................86
5.3.6 Displaying Video of Camera Group to the Window Group .........................87
5.3.7 Setting a Tour .............................................................................................88
5.3.8 Calling a Tour .............................................................................................88
5.3.9 Setting a Group Tour ..................................................................................89
5.3.10 Calling a Group Tour ................................................................................90
5.3.11 Operating Instant Playback ......................................................................90
5.3.12 Switching Video to the Screen .................................................................91
5.3.13 Operating Scene Switch ..........................................................................92
5.4 PTZ Control ..........................................................................................................93
5.4.1 Realizing PTZ Control ................................................................................93
5.4.2 Setting a Preset .........................................................................................93
5.4.3 Calling a Preset .........................................................................................94
5.4.4 Setting a Patrol ..........................................................................................95
5.4.5 Calling a Patrol ..........................................................................................96
5.4.6 Setting a Pattern ........................................................................................98
5.4.7 Calling a Pattern ........................................................................................99
5.4.8 Calling Pan Scan .....................................................................................100
5.5 Auxiliary Functions .............................................................................................100
5.5.1 Starting Two-Way Audio ...........................................................................100
5.5.2 Capturing Picture .....................................................................................101
5.5.3 Recording ................................................................................................102
5.5.4 Other Functions .......................................................................................102
Chapter 6 Server Operation .......................................................................................... 103
6.1 Accessing by MVC .............................................................................................103
6.1.1 Login ........................................................................................................103
6.1.2 Device List ...............................................................................................103
6.1.3 Camera List .............................................................................................105
6.1.4 Output Channel List .................................................................................107
6.1.5 Scene Settings ......................................................................................... 110
6.1.6 Screen Settings ....................................................................................... 110
6.2 Accessing by Analog Matrix ............................................................................... 116
6.2.1 Login ........................................................................................................ 116
6.2.2 Configuring RS-232 Parameters .............................................................. 116
6.2.3 Operating Analog Matrix .......................................................................... 117
6.2.4 Configuring RS-485 Parameters .............................................................. 118
6.2.5 Operating PTZ Control ............................................................................. 119
6.3 Accessing by Matrix Access Gateway ................................................................121
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6.3.1 Login ........................................................................................................121
6.3.2 Operating Matrix Access Gateway ...........................................................122
6.3.3 Operating PTZ Control .............................................................................122
6.4 Accessing by VMS-VEZPRO Platform ...............................................................123
6.4.1 Logging in to the VMS-VEZPRO Platform ...............................................123
6.4.2 Managing Input Channel ..........................................................................123
6.4.3 Managing Output Channel .......................................................................124
6.4.4 Displaying Video on Video Wall ...............................................................125
6.4.5 Switching the Scene ................................................................................126
Chapter 7 Keyboard Configuration by WEB Server ...................................................... 127
7.1 Configuring by Admin .........................................................................................127
7.1.1 Login ........................................................................................................127
7.1.2 Keyboard Management............................................................................128
7.1.3 User Management ...................................................................................128
7.1.4 Device Management ................................................................................131
7.1.5 Importing/Exporting Camera List .............................................................132
7.1.6 Maintenance ............................................................................................133
7.2 Configuring by Operator .....................................................................................134
7.2.1 Login ........................................................................................................134
7.2.2 Device Management ................................................................................135
7.2.3 Input Settings ...........................................................................................136
7.2.4 Output Settings ........................................................................................138
7.2.5 AUX Functions .........................................................................................139
7.2.6 Network Performance Settings ................................................................140
7.2.7 FTP Server Settings.................................................................................140
Chapter 8 Appendix ...................................................................................................... 141
8.1 Specifications .....................................................................................................141
8.2 Upgrade by FTP .................................................................................................141
8.3 Version Update ..................................................................................................142
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Chapter 1 Introduction
1.1 Overview
The Network Keyboard can be used to control the camera/speed dome, display decoded video on video
wall, control matrix, as well as support 1 channel of live view at up to 1080P resolution. Designed with
touch screen, it is easy to operate and configure settings.
1.2 Features
Hardware

7’’ TFT touch screen at 800×480 resolution;

4-axis joystick;

Shortcut keys for dome control, setting and calling of preset, patrol and pattern;

Shortcut keys for playback operation;

Shortcut keys for input group and output group;

Shortcut keys for wiper and light control operation.

Administrator and operator user management;

Support upgrade by U-flash disk;

Auto searching connected devices in the same network segment;

Support 3 operators, and each user is allowed to operate 1280 devices;

Import and export keyboard configuration files;

Macro command operation;

Storage of record files and captured pictures to U-flash disk or FTP server;

Play back record files from the U-flash disk;

Play back the remote record files by time or by file;

Two-way audio;

Support configuration by WEB server;

Support configuration by the Keyboard Configuration Tool;

Configuration and control of the MVC system;

Support control of the analog matrix with the protocol of ZT-1.0, ZT-2.0, EXTRON or
General
CREATOR;

Control up to 255 analog domes by RS-485 connection;

Accessible by the platform software;

Import/export camera list in the format of .xls;

Support image switch of NVR with 256 channels.
Decoding Capability

Provide 1-ch local decoding;

Support standard MPEG4, private H.264 and standard H.264 encoding formats;
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
Decoding at up to 1080P resolution.
Display of Decoded Video to Output Channel

Display of decoded camera on selected window of output channel;

Display of decoded camera group on selected window of output channel;

Cycle display of decoded camera group to the output channel;

Cycle display of decoded camera group to the output group;

Display of video via MVC on video wall.
1.3 Appearance
Refer to Figure 1.1 for the appearance of the operation panel of the keyboard.
Operation Panel:
Figure 1.1 Operation Panel
Refer to Table1.1 for the description of the operation panel.
Table 1.1 Description of Operation Panel
Serial No.
Description
Serial No.
Description
1
Record playback
2
Functional buttons
3
Numeric buttons
4
PTZ control area
Refer to Figure 1.2 for the appearance of the interfaces of the keyboard.
Interfaces:
Figure 1.2 Interfaces
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Refer to Table1.2 for the description of the interfaces.
Table 1.2 Description of Interfaces
Serial No.
Description
Serial No.
Description
1
Touch pen
2
GND
3
Line in
4
Audio out
5
Reserved interface
6
RS-485 interface
7
LAN interface
8
RS-232 interface
9
USB interface
10
12 VDC power supply
11
Power on/off
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Chapter 2 Operation Guide
2.1 User Account
The keyboard user account is classified to two types: the admin and the operator.
The admin user is authorized with the following operation permissions:
1. Add a maximum of 3 operators;
2. Configure the keyboard parameters;
3. Add, edit and delete devices;
4. Add, edit and delete users, as well as assign devices for the users;
The operator user is allowed to operate the assigned device only;
Up to 1280 devices can be assigned for each operator.
Figure 2.1 Admin Authority
2.2 Indicators and Buttons
Refer to Figure 2.2 for the indicators on the front panel.
• Indicators:
Figure 2.2 Indicators
Refer to Table 2.1 for the description of the indicators.
Table 2.1 Description of LED Indicators
LED Indicator
Description
POWER
Normally lights when the keyboard is powered on.
LINK
Lights when the keyboard is connected with the
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network.
Flickers when the keyboard is transmitting/receiving
Tx/Rx
data.
COM
Reserved
ALARM
Reserved
Refer to Figure 2.3 for the functional buttons on the front panel.
• Functional Buttons:
Figure 2.3 Functional Buttons
Refer to Table 2.2 for the description of the functional buttons.
Table 2.2 Description of Functional Buttons
MON
WIN
CAM
MON-G
CAM-G
Select monitor
Select window
Select camera
Select monitor group
Select
MULT
MAC
TOUR
GROUP
Multi-division
Call
Set or call tour
Set or call group
SET
group
Set mode
PRESET
display
Set preset
CALL
macro-command
Call preset
PATROL
PATTERN
AUX1
Set or call patrol
Set or call pattern
AUX 1
SHIFT
LOCK
PREV
NEXT
AUX2
Shift
Lock screen
Previous camera
Next camera
AUX2
camera
• LOCK Button:
The LOCK button on the keyboard is used to lock the keyboard and mouse operation. After being locked,
it is unallowable to operate all keys (except LOCK and SHIFT), joystick, mouse and the touch screen.
On any interface or in operation status, you can press and hold the LOCK key or press the SHIFT + LOCK
keys to lock the keyboard operation.
In the lock status, you can press and hold the LOCK key or press the SHIFT + LOCK keys to unlock the
keyboard operation.
The keys will be locked as well when the screen is automatically locked.
• Numeric Buttons:
The numeric buttons are used to input numerals. Refer to Figure 2.4 for the numeric buttons.
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Figure 2.4 Numeric Buttons
• 4-axis Joystick:
Use the joystick to realize pan and tilt movement at 8 directions.
The 4-axis joystick can be used to control the zoom; and the central button is used as Enter button or you
can press it to capture picture.
The captured pictures can be saved in U-flash disk or uploaded to the FTP server.
Figure 2.5 Joystick
• Playback Control:
Rotate the outer ring of shutter in clockwise direction to increase speed, and up to 16X playing speed can
be achieved. Rotate the outer ring of shutter in anti-clockwise direction to decrease speed, and 1/16X
playing speed can be achieved.
In playback by file, rotate the inner ring of shutter to play the previous/next file.
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Figure 2.6 Playback Control
Refer to Table 2.3 for the description of playback control.
Table 2.3 Description of Playback Control
Backward 5min
Stop
Record
Play/Pause
Previous File
Next File
2.3 Button Operation
2.3.1 Operating Video Wall Display
Refer to Table 2.4 for the description of video wall display buttons.
Table 2.4 Description of Video Wall Display Buttons
Button
MON
CAM
Description
Num+MON: select the video output channel
to be displayed on the video wall.
When the Num=0, the system enters
the local live view mode.
Num+MULT: select different multi-division
display modes for the selected output
channel.
Num+MON+Num+WIN+Num+CAM:
the
video signal from the camera group can be
outputted to and displayed on the selected
window of monitor in cycle.
Num+CAM: select the video input.
MON-G
Num+MON-G: select the monitor group.
CAM-G
Num+CAM-G: select the camera group.
MULT
WIN
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Example
Press the 2+MON buttons to select the
monitor 2.
Press the 2+MON+4+MULT buttons to
configure 4-division display for the monitor 2.
Press the 2+MON+3+WIN buttons to select
the window 3 of the monitor 2.
Press the 2+MON+3+WIN+5+CAM buttons
to display the video input 5 on the window 3
of monitor 2.
Press the 1+MON-G buttons to select the
monitor group 1.
Press the 1+MON+1+CAM-G buttons to
select the camera group 1 to be displayed on
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SET
TOUR
GROUP
SET+Num+TOUR/GROUP/PATROL/PATTE
RN: set the tour, group, patrol and pattern.
SET+Num+TOUR: set the tour.
Num+TOUR: call the defined tour.
SET+Num+GROUP: set the group.
Num+GROUP: call the defined group.
the monitor 1.
Press the SET+1+PATTERN buttons to
the pattern 1.
Press the SET+1+TOUR buttons to set
tour 1.
Press the 1+TOUR buttons to call
pre-defined tour 1.
Press the SET+1+GROUP buttons to set
group 1.
Press the 1+GROUP buttons to call
defined group 1.
set
the
the
the
the
2.3.2 PTZ Control Buttons
Refer to Table 2.5 for the description of PTZ control buttons.
Table 2.5 Description of PTZ Control Buttons
Button
PRESET
CALL
Description
Num+PRESET: move the pan/tilt/zoom to the
desired position, and then press the
Num+PRESET buttons to set the preset.
Num+CALL: call the defined preset.
PATROL
SET+Num+PATROL: set the patrol.
Num+PATROL: set the defined patrol.
PATTER
N
Num+PATTERN:
Example
Press the 1+PRESET buttons to set the
preset 1.
Press the 1+CALL buttons to call the preset
1.
Press the SET+1+PATROL buttons to set the
patrol 1.
Press the 1+PATROL buttons to call the
patrol 1.
Press the SET+1+PATTERN buttons to set
the pattern 1.
Press the 1+PATTERN buttons to call the
pattern 1.
2.3.3 Other Buttons
Refer to Table 2.6 for the description of other buttons.
Table 2.6 Description of Other Buttons
Button
MAC
Description
Num+MAC: call the MAC command.
Example
Press the 1+MAC buttons to call the MAC
command 1.
SHIFT
SHIFT+LOCK: lock/unlock the system.
LOCK
Lock/unlock the system.
Press the SHIFT+LOCK buttons to
lock/unlock the system.
Press and hold the LOCK button or press the
SHIFT+LOCK buttons to lock/unlock the
system.
PREV
Select the previous camera for live view on
keyboard or on TV wall.
Select the next camera for live view on
keyboard or on TV wall.
Press the AUX1 button to realize its defined
function (two-way audio, picture capture or
NEXT
AUX1
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AUX2
vide wall/scene switch).
Press the AUX2 button to realize its defined
function (two-way audio, picture capture or
vide wall/scene switch).
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2.4 Input Method Shift
Tap the
icon on the soft keyboard to enter the interface for inputting the English letters, and the
icon can be used to switch the uppercase/lowercase.
Figure 2.7 English Input Method
Tap the
icon on the soft keyboard to enter the interface for inputting the numerals.
Figure 2.8 Numeric Input Method
2.5 Basic Operation Procedure
Figure 2.9 Basic Operation Procedure
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Admin: For the first time to operate the keyboard, you should configure the keyboard parameters in
Keyboard Configuration menu, add device and operator, and then link the added device to the assigned
operator.
Operator: The operator is allowed to operate local live view, remote configuration of encoder/decoder
parameters, display of decoded video to output channel, local playback, PTZ control, AUX functions, etc.
Server: Control the MVC, analog matrix, and VMS-VEZPRO platform.
2.6 Quick Configuration Guide
Purpose:
You can follow the steps below to complete the quick configuration of the keyboard.

Login
Steps:
1.
When the keyboard starts up, it enters the following interface.
Figure 2.10 Startup Interface
2.
For basic keyboard operation, tap the Keyboard icon to continue and enter the login interface.
Figure 2.11 User Login
3.
Select admin on the login interface and then input the admin password (default: 12345) to enter the
admin interface of keyboard operation. The admin password can be changed and you are highly
recommended to change the default password. For detailed default password change, please refer to
Chapter 3.2 Changing the Password.
STRONG PASSWORD RECOMMENDED–We highly recommend that you create a strong
password of your own choosing (using a minimum of 8 characters, including upper case letters,
lower case letters, numbers, and special characters) in order to increase the security of your
product. We recommend that you reset your password regularly, especially in the high security
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system, resetting the password monthly or weekly can better protect your product.
Figure 2.12 Admin Main Interface

Settings the Network
Steps:
1.
Enter the Network Settings interface.
Keyboard > Network
2.
Configure the network settings of the keyboard, including the Port, IP Address, Subnet Mask,
Default Gateway, Preferred DNS, Alternate DNS and MAC Address. Tap Apply to save the
settings.
Figure 2.13 Network Settings
3.

Tap Return to return to the main interface.
Managing the Device
Steps:
1.
Tap Device on the admin main interface to enter the Device Management interface.
2.
Tap Add Device to enter the Device-Add Device interface. Input the device name, device IP/domain
name, port, user name and password, and then tap Add to add the device.
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Figure 2.14 Add Device
3.
Return to the Device-Device List interface, and the successfully added device is shown on the list.
You can add device in the three sheets including Encoder list for adding encoding devices such as IP
camera, DVR, NVR, etc. , Controller list for adding controlling devices such as video wall controller,
etc. and Decoder list for adding decoding devices. Tap Return to return to the main interface.
Figure 2.15 Device List

Managing the User
Steps:
1.
Tap User on the main interface to enter the User-User List interface.
Figure 2.16 User List
2.
On the User List interface, tap Add User to enter the Add User interface. Input the user name,
password and confirm the password. Tap Add to finish the adding of user.
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Figure 2.17 Add User
3.
Return to the User List interface, and tap
interface.
of the selected user to enter the User-Device
Figure 2.18 Device
4.
Tap Add Device to enter the User-Add Device interface. Select the device by checking the checkbox,
and tap Add to add the device for the current user.
Figure 2.19 Add Device
5.
The added device (s) for the current user can be displayed on the User-Device interface.
6.
You can directly tap the
(Login) icon of a user to switch to its operation interface.
Or you can tap Logout on the admin main interface and the message box “Logout Now?” will pop up.
Tap Yes to confirm the logout, or No to cancel the operation.
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Figure 2.20 User List
2.7 Quick Operation
Purpose:
The Operator user is allowed to select different multi-division display modes for the selected output
channel and display the decoded video on the selected window of the output channel.
The following quick operations are two examples. For all the quick operations of the keyboard, refer to the
Chapter 5 Keyboard Operation.

Multi-Division Display
Steps:
1. Press the Num + MON keys to select the output channel.
2. Press the Num + MULT keys to select the multi-division display mode for the selected output channel.
Figure 2.21 Multi-Division Display

Display of Decoded Video to Output Channel
Steps:
1. Press the Num + MON keys to select the output channel.
2. Press the Num + WIN keys to select the display window of the output channel.
You can also directly touch the screen to select the display window.
3. Press the Num + CAM keys to select the input camera.
You can also deselect the display of the input camera by pressing 0 + CAM.
For example: You can press the “1+MON, 2+WIN, 3+CAM” keys to decode the video signal from camera 3
and display it on window 2 of output channel 1.
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Figure 2.22 Display Video to Output Channel
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Chapter 3 Local Keyboard Configuration
by Admin
Purpose:
As an admin, you can configure the keyboard locally, or by WEB page. This chapter introduces the local
keyboard configuration by the admin.
3.1 Login
Steps:
1.
Tap the Keyboard icon on the startup interface.
Figure 3.1 Startup Interface
2.
Select admin on the login interface. Remain the password empty.
Figure 3.2 User Login
3. Tap Login and the Activation window will pop out to remind you to reset the password.
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Figure 3.3 Activation
STRONG PASSWORD RECOMMENDED–We highly recommend that you create a strong
password of your own choosing (using a minimum of 8 characters, including upper case letters,
lower case letters, numbers, and special characters) in order to increase the security of your
product. We recommend that you reset your password regularly, especially in the high security
system, resetting the password monthly or weekly can better protect your product.
4.
Input the New Password and Confirm the password. Tap OK to return to the Login interface.
5.
Input the new password. Check the checkbox of Remember Password if you need.
6.
Tap Login to enter the main interface of admin.
Figure 3.4 Admin Main Interface
For the admin, if you have input the wrong password for 7 times, the keyboard will be locked for
30 minutes.
3.2 Changing the Password
Purpose:
You can change the password of the admin.
Steps:
1.
After entering the main interface, tap User to enter User-User List interface. Tap
default password.
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Figure 3.5 User List
2.
Input the Current Password and New Password and confirm the New Password.
Figure 3.6 Change Password
If the password you set is too simple, the message box as shown in Figure 3.5 will pop out to remind
you to reset the password.
Figure 3.7 Risky Password Attention
If the password you set is weak, the message box “Weak password” will pop out, but you are able to
finish the password settings.
3.
Tap OK to finish the password changing.
3.3 Keyboard Management
Purpose:
On the main interface of admin, tap the Keyboard on the left navigation bar to enter the Keyboard
Management interface. In the Keyboard Management interface, you can view the device version
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information, configure network parameters, configure hardware settings, adjust time, select language,
calibrate the screen and upgrade system.
3.3.1 Viewing Version Information
Tap Version to enter the Keyboard-Version interface to view the current version information of the
keyboard.
Figure 3.8 Version Information
3.3.2 Configuring Network
Steps:
1.
Tap Network to enter the Keyboard-Network Settings interface.
2.
Configure the network settings of the keyboard, including the Port, IP address, Subnet Mask, Default
Gateway, Preferred DNS, Alternate DNS and MAC Address.
3.
Tap Apply to save the settings.
Make sure the DHCP is supported by the router before enabling the function.
Figure 3.9 Network Settings
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3.3.3 Configuring Hardware
Steps:
1.
Tap Hardware to enter the Keyboard-Hardware Settings interface.
2.
Configure the Sound Effect, Alarm Sound, Key Light, Keyboard Lock Delay, Screen Off Delay,
Background Contrast, Mouse Speed and Screen Brightness.
Sound Effect/Alarm Sound/Key Light: Check the corresponding checkbox to
function, or remain it as
to enable the
to disable the function.
Keyboard Lock Delay/Screen Off Delay: Use the
or
to decrease or increase the keyboard
lock timeout and the screen-close timeout, with the range of 0~10 minute (s) configurable. When the
value is set to 0, the keyboard and screen will be unlocked.
Background Contrast: Tap
to select the value from the drop-down menu, with the 3: 1, 1: 1, 1: 3
and non-transparent optional.
The Background Contrast refers to the contrast of the local decoded video and menu, and is
valid only for the local live view.
Mouse Speed: Select the mouse speed from level 0 to 3.
Screen Brightness: Select the screen brightness from level 0 to 4.
3.
Tap Apply to save the settings.
Figure 3.10 Hardware Settings
3.3.4 Configuring Time
Steps:
1.
Tap Time to enter the Keyboard-Time Settings interface.
2.
Set the Date and Time.
Date: Tap
Time: Tap
3.
to select the date from the calendar.
or
to decrease or increase the time value.
Tap Apply to save the settings.
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Figure 3.11 Time Settings
3.3.5 Configuring Language
Steps:
1.
Tap Language to enter the Keyboard-Language Settings interface.
2.
Tap
3.
Tap Apply to save the setting.
to select English as the system language.
Figure 3.12 Language Settings
3.3.6 Calibrating Screen
Purpose:
In order to use the touch screen correctly, it needs to calibrate the screen positioning properly.
Steps:
1.
Tap Calibration to enter the Keyboard-Screen Calibration interface.
2.
Tap Calibration to start the calibration of touch screen positioning.
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Figure 3.13 Screen Calibration
3.
The system will pop up the hint message box. Tap Yes to continue the calibration.
Figure 3.14 Hint Box
4.
Use the touch pen to tap the three spots marked as “+” by following the hints.
Figure 3.15 Tap the Spots
5.
The system will pop up the hint “Screen calibration completed.”. Tap OK to finish the operation.
Figure 3.16 Hint Box
3.3.7 Upgrading Device
Tap Upgrade to enter the Keyboard-Upgrade interface.
Option 1: Upgrading by FTP
1.
Input the address of the FTP server and then tap FTP Upgrade to operate the upgrade.
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You must create the FTP server connection first by TFTP or WFTP in PC before operating
the FTP upgrade. Please refer to Chapter 8.2 Upgrade by FTP for the upgrading.
Figure 3.17 Upgrade by FTP
2.
If the upgrading is failed, the corresponding error message box will pop up.
Figure 3.18 Hint Box
When the upgrading is successful, the keyboard will restart automatically to complete the
upgrade.
Option 2: Upgrading by USB Flash Disk
Steps:
1.
Insert the USB flash disk to the USB interface and then tap USB Upgrade to enter the USB Upgrade
interface.
2.
Select the upgrade file from the disk and tap Upgrade to start upgrading.
The upgrade file must be in the format of digicap.dav.
Figure 3.19 USB Upgrade
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3.
If the upgrading is failed, the corresponding error message box will pop up.
When the upgrading is successful, the keyboard will restart automatically to complete the
upgrade.
Option 2: Upgrading by WEB Browser
You can refer to Chapter 7.1.6 Maintenance for the steps of upgrading by WEB browser.
3.4 Device Management
Purpose:
You can add, edit and delete devices in Device Management interface. Three kinds of devices can be
added. Encoder list for adding encoding devices such as IP camera, DVR, NVR, etc. , Controller list for
adding controlling devices such as video wall controller, etc. and Decoder list for adding decoding
devices.
Tap Device on the admin main interface to enter the Device-Device List interface.
Figure 3.20 Device Management
For the B20 MVC, video wall controller, and decoders added to the device list, they are named in
the format of Segment No._Device Name. The segment No. should be the integral multiple of 1000. It will
increase progressively according to the added order.
3.4.1 Adding a Device
Task1: Adding Device by Auto Search
Steps:
1.
Tap Auto Search button at the upper left corner to enter the Device-Auto Search interface.
Only the device that is in the same network segment with the keyboard can be searched out
by the keyboard.
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Figure 3.21 Auto Search
2.
After the searching is completed, the information of the searched devices will be displayed in the list.
Check the checkbox of the device from the list, and then input the login user name and password.
3.
Tap Add to add the selected device.

Message boxes like “Risky password”, “Weak password”, “Middle password” and “Strong
password” will pop out as prompts, and you are allowed to finish the device adding.

If you have input incorrect user name or password, the hint box of “User name or password is
incorrect.” will pop up.

You can also select multiple devices to be added at a time if they have the same login user
name and password by checking the checkboxes in front of them.

In the status bar, the icon
failed to be added, and the
4.
indicates the device is not added,
indicates the device is
indicates the device is successfully added.
After having added the devices, tap Exit to return to the Device-Device List interface, and you can
view the information of added devices.
Task2: Adding Device Manually
Steps:
1.
Tap Add Device to enter the Device-Add Device interface. Input the Device Name, device IP, Port,
User Name and Password. Select the protocol type.
Figure 3.22 Add Device Manually
2.
Tap Add to add the device
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If the input message is incorrect or the device is offline, the message box “Adding Device
failed” will pop up.
3.4.2 Editing/Deleting the Device
Editing Device
Steps:
1.
On the Device-Device List interface, tap
of the device from the list to be edited and enter the
Device-Edit Device interface.
2.
Edit the device name, user name, password and protocol.
Figure 3.23 Edit the Device

If the password is too simple, a message box “Risky password” will pop out to remind you the
password is unsafe, and you have to reedit the password.

Message boxes like “Weak password”, “Middle password” and “Strong password” will pop out as
prompts.

Device IP and port are unable to edit on this interface.

The user name and password here refer to the one used for logging in the device from keyboard.
3.
Tap Edit to edit the device information.
Deleting Device
Steps:
1.
On the Device-Device List interface, check the checkbox of the device from the list to be deleted.
2.
Tap Delete to delete it. In the pop-up message box, tap Yes to finish the deletion or No to cancel the
deletion.
Figure 3.24 Delete the Device
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3.5 User Management
Purpose:
You can add, edit and delete the user and assign devices to the added user in User Management
interface.
Tap User on the admin main interface to enter the User-User List interface.
Figure 3.25 User Management
3.5.1 Adding a User
Steps:
1.
Tap Add User to enter the User-Add User interface.
Figure 3.26 Add User
2.
Input the User Name, Password and confirm the Password.

If the password is too simple, a message box “Risky password” will pop out to remind you the
password is unsafe, and you have to reset the password.

Message boxes like “Weak password”, “Middle password” and “Strong password” will pop out as
well when setting corresponding passwords, and you are allowed to finish user adding.
3.
Tap Add to finish the adding of user.
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3.5.2 Setting the Related Device
Purpose:
For the added operators, they do not have the permission of adding devices. Perform the following
procedures to relate devices to the operators by admin.

Adding a Device
Steps:
1.
On the User-User List interface, tap
to enter the User-Device interface.
Figure 3.27 Device Interface
2.
Select the operator from the Operator drop-down list.
3.
Tap Add Device to enter the User-Add Device interface. Select the device by checking the checkbox,
and tap Add to add the device for the current user.
Figure 3.28 Add Device
4.
Tap Exit and the successfully added devices are listed on the User-Device interface.
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Figure 3.29 Added Device List

Deleting a Device
Enter the User-Device interface, you can select the device from the list and tap
to delete the related
device for the current user. In the pop-up message box, tap Yes to confirm the deletion.
3.5.3 Editing/Deleting the User

Editing the User
Steps:
1.
On the User-User List interface, tap
to enter the Change Password interface.
Figure 3.30 Change Password for the Operator
2.
Input the Current Password, New Password and confirm the New Password for the admin. Input the
New Password and confirm the New Password for the operator

If the password is too simple, a message box “Risky password” will pop out to remind you the
password is unsafe, and you are not allowed to continue the password settings.

Message boxes like “Weak Password”, “Middle password” and “Strong password” will pop out
when setting corresponding passwords and you are allowed to finish the password settings.
3.
Tap OK to finish changing the password.

Deleting the User
On the User-User List interface, tap
to delete the selected user.
3.6 Importing/Exporting Configuration File
Purpose:
The configuration files of the device can be exported to local device for backup; and the configuration files
of one device can be imported to multiple devices if they are to be configured with the same parameters.
Tap Config file on the admin main interface to enter the Export/Import Configuration File interface.
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Figure 3.31 Export/Import Configuration File

Importing Configuration File
Steps:
1.
Insert the USB flash disk to the USB interface on the keyboard.
2.
Select the configuration file from the disk.
3.
Tap Import to import the configuration file.
Figure 3.32 Import Configuration File
If the imported configuration file is incorrect, the message box “Importing file failed: file type
mismatched” will pop up.

Exporting Configuration File
Steps:
1.
Insert the USB flash disk to the USB interface on the keyboard.
2.
Tap Export to export the configuration file named in kbCfg.bin.
Figure 3.33 Export Configuration File
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3.7 Restoring to Default Settings
Purpose:
There are two restoring types supported: Simple and Complete.

Simple: Remain the password of admin and network parameters, and restore other parameters to
default.

Complete: Restore all the parameters of the keyboard to default and the keyboard will return to
inactive state.
Steps:
1.
Tap Default on the admin main interface.
2.
Select restoring type in the pop-up menu.
Figure 3.34 Restore to Default Settings
3.
Tap Yes to continue the operation, or No to cancel the operation.
3.8 Logout
Steps:
1.
Tap Logout on the admin main interface, and the message box “Logout now?” pops up.
Figure 3.35 Logout
2.
Tap Yes to confirm the logout, or No to cancel the operation. After logout, the system will return to the
User Login interface.
3.9 Reboot
Steps:
1.
Tap Reboot on the admin main interface, and the message box “Reboot now?” will pop up.
Figure 3.36 Reboot
2.
Tap Yes to confirm the reboot, or No to cancel the operation.
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3.10 Shutdown
Steps:
1.
Tap Shutdown on the admin main interface, and the message box “Shut down now?” will pop up.
Figure 3.37 Shutdown
2.
Tap Yes to confirm the shutdown, or No to cancel the operation.
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Chapter 4 Local Keyboard Configuration
by Operator
Purpose:
As an operator, you can configure the keyboard locally, or by WEB page. This chapter introduces the local
keyboard configuration by the operator.
4.1 Login
Purpose:
You can log in to the operator main interface in two ways.

Option 1:
Steps:
1.
On the User Login interface, select the User Name (operator) and input the password.
2.
If needed, check the checkbox of Remember Password to save the login password for future use.
3.
Tap Login to enter the operator main interface.
Figure 4.1 Operator Login (1)
For the operator, if you have input the wrong password for 5 times, the keyboard will be locked
for 30 minutes.

Option 2:
Steps:
1.
On the User-User List interface of the admin, tap
Operator User Login interface.
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Figure 4.2 Operator Login (2)
2. Tap Yes to log in to the operator main interface.
Figure 4.3 Operator Main Interface
4.2 Viewing Device List
Tap Device List on the main interface to enter the Device List interface. The list displays all devices
which can be controlled by the current login user. Three kinds of devices are listed. Encoder list for adding
encoding devices such as IP camera, DVR, NVR, etc. , Controller list for adding controlling devices such
as video wall controller, etc. and Decoder list for adding decoding devices..
Figure 4.4 Device List
For the B20 MVC, video wall controller, and decoders added to the device list, they are named in
the format of Segment No._Device Name. The segment No. should be the integral multiple of 1000. It will
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increase progressively according to the added order.
4.3 Encoding Device Settings
Purpose:
You can configure the settings for network, RS-232/RS-485 serial port, camera, alarm, exception, stream
media, remote panel etc. of the encoding devices.
Tap
of an encoding device on the Device List interface and enter its Remote Settings interface.
Figure 4.5 Remote Settings Interface
4.3.1 Network Settings
Steps:
1.
Tap Network on the Remote Settings interface to enter the Network Settings interface.
Figure 4.6 Network Settings
2.

You can enter the following settings interface to configure the network parameters.
General Settings: Configure the NIC type, IP address, port, gateway, subnet mask, MAC address,
DNS server address, and HTTP port of the current input device.

PPPoE: Enable PPPoE, and configure the user name and password of PPPoE settings.

DDNS: Enable DDNS, select the protocol type to IPServer, DynDns, PeanutHull or NO-IP, and
configure the corresponding settings.

NTP: Enable NTP and configure NTP settings to synchronize the time of device to the selected time
zone.
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
Network HDD: Set the server IP address, file path and type of the network HDD to use.
4.3.2 Serial Port Settings
Steps:
1.
Tap Serial on the Remote Settings interface to enter the Serial Port Settings interface.
Figure 4.7 Serial Port Settings
2. Tap Set to set the RS-232 and RS-485 port parameters.
Figure 4.8 RS-232Settings
Figure 4.9 RS-485 Settings
4.3.3 Camera Settings
Steps:
1. Tap Camera on the Remote Settings interface to enter the Camera Settings interface.
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Figure 4.10 Camera Settings
2. You can configure the OSD settings, video parameters, record settings, motion detection, video loss
detection, tampering alarm, privacy mask, and IPC management (for hybrid DVR and NVR only).
Configuring OSD Settings
Steps:
1.
Tap Set of the OSD Settings to enter the OSD Settings interface.
Figure 4.11 OSD Settings
2.
Select the camera for configuration from the dropdown list of Camera, and edit the Camera Name
3.
Check the corresponding checkbox to display the Name/Date/Week.
4.
Set the Date/Time format and OSD Display Mode.
5.
Tap Copy to copy the OSD settings to the other cameras.
Configuring Video Parameters
Steps:
1.
Tap Set of the Video Parameters to enter the Video Parameters interface.
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Figure 4.12 Video Parameters Settings
2.
Select the camera for configuration from the dropdown list of Camera.
3.
Set the Encoding Parameters, Stream Type, Resolution, Frame Rate, Bit Rate Type, Max. Bit Rate,
and Image Quality.
4.
Tap Copy to copy the video parameters to the other cameras.
Configuring Record Settings
Steps:
1.
Tap Set of the Record Settings to enter the Record Settings interface.
Figure 4.13 Record Settings

Editing Record Schedule
Steps:
1.
On the Record Settings interface, select the camera for configuration from the Camera dropdown
list.
2.
Tap Edit to enter Record Schedule setting interface.
Figure 4.14 Record Schedule Settings
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3.
Check the checkbox of Enable Schedule item.
4.
Select the day you want to set record schedule. You can also select it to All Week.
5.
To schedule an all-day recording, tap the checkbox of the All Day item.
6.
Select the recording type for the selected day to Continuous, Motion Detection, Alarm, Motion / Alarm
or Motion & Alarm.
7.
Configure the period for each day and select the recording type for the selected period.
8.
Tap Save to save the current settings and Cancel to return to the previous interface.
9.
On the Record Settings interface, you can view the configured recording schedule.
Up to 8 periods can be configured for each day.
Figure 4.15 Record Schedule
10. If you want to configure the other cameras with the same settings, select the camera from the Copy to
dropdown list and tap Copy. You can also select All to copy the current settings to all cameras.
11. Tap Apply to save the current settings and Cancel to return to the previous interface.

Configuring Advanced Settings
Steps:
1.
On the Record Settings interface, select the camera for configuration from the Camera dropdown
list.
2.
Tap Advanced to enter the Advanced Settings interface where you can configure the pre-record,
post-record, expired time, redundant record and record audio.
Figure 4.16 Advanced Settings

Pre-record: The time you set to record before the scheduled time or event. For example, when an
alarm triggered the recording at 10:00, if you set the pre-record time as 5 seconds, the camera
records it at 9:59:55.

Post-record: The time you set to record after the event or the scheduled time. For example, when
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an alarm triggered the recording ends at 11:00, if you set the post-record time as 5 seconds, it
records till 11:00:05.

Expired Time: The expired time is the longest time for a record file to be kept in the HDD, if the
deadline is reached, the file will be deleted. You can set the expired time to 0, and then the file will
not be deleted. The actual keeping time for the file should be determined by the capacity of the HDD.

Redundant Record: Enabling redundant record or capture means you save the record and captured
picture in the redundant HDD.

Record Audio: Select Yes to record the sound, or No to record the image without sound.
Configuring Motion Detection
Purpose:
In the live view mode, once a motion detection event takes place, the device can analyze and handle it.
Enabling motion detection function can trigger certain channels to start recording, or trigger full screen
monitoring, audio warning, notify the surveillance center and so on. In this section, you can follow the
steps to schedule a record which is triggered by the detected motion.
Steps:
1.
On the Camera Settings interface, tap Set of the Motion Detection to to enter the Motion Detection
Settings interface.
Figure 4.17 Motion Detection Settings
2.
Select the camera for configuring motion detection.
3.
Check the checkbox of Enable item to enable motion detection.
4.
Set the sensitivity level. Up to 6 levels and Off are selectable.
5.
Tap the Set button beside Area Settings to set motion detection area.
Figure 4.18 Draw Area
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6.
Check the checkbox of Start Drawing, and then use the pen or touch to tap two points on the live
view screen to draw area for motion detection.
7.
To clear the motion detection area (s), tap Clear All.
8.
Tap OK to save the settings and return to the Motion Detection Settings interface.
9.
Tap the Set button beside Arming Schedule to configure the arming schedule of motion detection for
the current camera. You can also copy the arming schedule to the other days.
Figure 4.19 Set Arming Schedule
10. Tap OK to save the settings and return to the Motion Detection Settings interface.
11. Tap the Set button beside Linkage Action to configure the linkage method.
12. Tap Linkage Action to enter the Linkage Action Settings interface.
Figure 4.20 Set Linkage Action
13. If the Trigger Alarm Output is selected, you should tap the Set button to configure the triggered alarm
output (s).
Figure 4.21 Trigger Alarm Output
14. Check the checkbox(s) to trigger alarm output(s). Tap OK to save the settings.
15. Tap Triggered Camera to enter the Triggered Camera Settings interface.
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Figure 4.22 Triggered Camera Settings
16. Check the checkbox(s) to trigger the camera(s) you select. Tap OK to save the settings and Cancel
to return to the previous interface.
17. Tap Apply to save the current settings and Cancel to return to the previous interface.
Configuring Video Loss Detection
Purpose:
Detect the video loss of a camera and take alarm response action(s).
Steps:
1.
On the Camera Settings interface, tap Set beside the Video Loss to enter the Video Loss interface..
Figure 4.23 Set Video Loss Detection
2.
Select the camera for configuring video loss detection.
3.
Check the checkbox of Enable item to enable video loss detection.
4.
Tap the Set button beside Arming Schedule to configure the arming schedule of video loss detection
for the current camera. You can also copy the arming schedule to the other days.
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Figure 4.24 Set Arming Schedule
5.
Tap OK to save the settings and return to the Video Loss interface.
6.
If the Trigger Alarm Output is selected, you should tap the Set button to configure the triggered alarm
output (s).
Figure 4.25 Trigger Alarm Output
7.
Check the checkbox(s) to trigger alarm output(s). Tap OK to save the settings.
8.
Tap Apply to save the current settings and Cancel to return to the previous interface.
Configuring Video Tampering Alarm
Purpose:
Trigger alarm when the lens is covered and take alarm response action(s).
Steps:
1.
On the Camera Settings interface, tap Set beside Tampering Alarm to enter the Tampering Alarm
settings interface.
Figure 4.26 Set Video Tampering Alarm
2.
Select the camera for configuring video tampering detection.
3.
Check the checkbox of Enable item to enable video tampering detection.
4.
Set the Sensitivity level to High, Middle or Low.
5.
Tap the Set button beside Area Settings to set video tampering detection area. Please refer to the
settings of motion detection area for reference.
6.
Tap the Set button beside Arming Schedule to configure the arming schedule of video tampering
detection for the current camera. Please refer to the arming schedule settings of motion detection for
reference.
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7.
Set the Linkage Action by selecting the methods listed. If the Trigger Alarm Output is selected, you
should tap the Set button to configure the triggered alarm output(s). Please refer to the triggered
alarm output settings of motion detection for reference.
8.
Tap Apply to save the current settings and Cancel to return to the previous interface
Configuring Privacy Mask
Purpose:
You are allowed to configure the four-sided privacy mask zones that cannot be viewed by the operator.
Steps:
1.
On the Camera Settings interface, tap Set beside Privacy Mask to enter the Privacy Mask settings
interface.
Figure 4.27 Set Privacy Mask
2.
Select the camera for configuring privacy mask.
3.
Check the checkbox of Enable item to enable privacy mask.
4.
Tap the Set button beside Area Settings to set privacy mask area. Please refer to the settings of
motion detection area for reference.
Figure 4.28 Area Settings
5.
Tap Apply to save the settings and Cancel to return to the previous interface.
Configuring IP Camera
Purpose:
If the current input device is Hybrid DVR, you can configure the IP camera and analog camera. If the
current input device is Embedded NVR, you can configure the IP camera.
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Adding IP Camera
1.
Tap Set beside IP Camera on the Camera Settings interface to enter the Channel List interface.
2.
Tap the IP Camera List tag to enter the IP Camera Management interface.
Figure 4.29 IP Camera List
3.
Tap Add to enter the IP Camera Parameters interface.
Figure 4.30 Set IP Camera Parameters
4.
Configure the Camera No., Registration Mode (IP address/domain name), IP address/Domain name,
Port, User Name, Password, Channel No. and Factory (protocol type) to add the IP camera.
5.
Tap OK to save the settings.
6.
On the Channel List interface, tap Apply to finish the adding of the IP camera.

Editing Status of Analog Camera
For Hybrid DVR, you can view the status of the connected analog camera, as well as increase the number
of IP camera by disabling the analog camera (s).
Steps:
1.
Tap the Analog List tag to enter the Analog Camera Management interface. You can view the
information of the connected analog camera.
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Figure 4.31 Analog Camera List
2.
Tap Status to enter the Analog Camera Status interface.
Figure 4.32 Analog Camera Status
3.
You can deselect the camera (s) to disable the analog camera(s) connected.
4.3.4 Alarm Settings
Purpose:
You can configure the alarm input, alarm output and manual alarm.
Tap Alarm on the Remote Settings interface to enter the Alarm Settings interface.
Figure 4.33 Alarm Settings
Configuring Alarm Input
Steps:
1.
Tap Set beside Alarm Input to enter the Alarm Input Settings interface.
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Figure 4.34 Set Alarm Input
2.
Select the Alarm Input for configuration.
3.
Edit the Alarm Name.
4.
Select the Alarm Type to Normally Open or Normally Close.
5.
Set the handling action for the selected alarm input by checking the checkbox of Handling Alarm.
6.
Tap the Set button beside the Arming Schedule to set the arming schedule of the alarm input. Please
refer to the arming schedule settings of motion detection for reference.
7.
Tap the Set button beside the Linkage Action to set the alarm response actions, as well as triggered
camera and PTZ linkage.
Figure 4.35 Set Linkage Action
Figure 4.36 Set Triggered Camera
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Figure 4.37 Set PTZ Linkage
8.
After having configured the above setting and if you want to configure the other alarm inputs with the
same settings, select the alarm input and tap Copy. You can also select All to copy the current
settings to all alarm inputs.
9.
Tap Apply to save the current settings and Cancel to return to the previous interface.
Please refer to the User Manual of the current DVR for detailed instructions.
Configuring Alarm Output
Steps:
1.
Tap Set beside Alarm Output to enter the Alarm Output Settings interface.
Figure 4.38 Set Alarm Output
2.
Select the Alarm Output for configuration.
3.
Edit the Alarm Name.
4.
Set the Dwell Time (duration) for the alarm output.
5.
Tap the Set button beside the Arming Schedule to set the arming schedule of the alarm output.
Please refer to the arming schedule settings of motion detection for reference.
6.
After having configured the above setting and if you want to configure the other alarm outputs with the
same settings, select the alarm output and tap Copy. You can also select All to copy the current
settings to all alarm outputs.
7.
Tap Apply to save the current settings and Cancel to return to the previous interface.
Configuring Manual Alarm
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1.
Tap Set beside Manual Alarm to enter the Manual Alarm Settings interface.
Figure 4.39 Set Manual Alarm
2.
Select the alarm output (s) for manual triggering.
3.
Tap OK to save the settings and return to the Alarm Settings interface.
4.3.5 Exceptions
Purpose:
You can configure the exception handling method (s) for each exception type.
Steps:
1.
Tap Exceptions on the Remote Settings interface to enter the Exception Settings interface.
Figure 4.40 Set Exceptions
2.
Select the Exception Type to configure with handling method (s). E.g.,

HDD Full: The HDD is full.

HDD Error: Writing HDD error, unformatted HDD, etc.

Network Disconnected: Disconnected network cable.

IP Conflicted: Duplicated IP address.

Illegal Login: Incorrect user ID or password.
3.
Select the handling method (s) by checking the checkbox (s) for the selected exception type.

Audible Warning: Audible beep when an alarm is detected.

Notify Surveillance Center: Send an exception or alarm signal to remote alarm host when an event
occurs. The alarm host refers to the PC installed with Remote Client.

Email Linkage: Send an email with alarm information to a user or users when an alarm is detected.

Trigger Alarm Output: Trigger an alarm output when an alarm is triggered. You can tap the Set
button to set the alarm output (s) to trigger.
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4.
If the Trigger Alarm Output is selected, you should tap the Set button to configure the triggered alarm
output (s). Refer to the triggered alarm output settings of motion detection for reference.
5.
Tap Apply to save the current settings.
4.3.6 Maintenance
Steps:
1.
Tap Maintenance on the Remote Settings interface to enter the Device Maintenance interface.
Figure 4.41 Device Maintenance
2.
Tap the Set button to set the corresponding parameters.

HDD Management: Set and initialize HDD, and set HDD in group management.

User Management: Add/edit/delete user account, and assign operating permissions for each
user.

Device Information: View the version and basic information of the input device.

Device Upgrade: Remotely upgrade the device by USB file.

Import/Export: Import/export configuration files.

Restore Default: Restore factory default settings.

Remote Panel: Use the remote front panel of the device to realize operation.
4.3.7 Stream Media Settings
Purpose:
The stream media sever only takes effect when the video needs to be decoded and displayed on the video
wall. The decoder connects with the stream media server to get the video stream.
Steps:
1.
Tap Stream Media on the Remote Settings interface to enter the Stream Media Settings interface.
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Figure 4.42 Set Stream Media
2.
Enable the Stream Media by checking the checkbox.
3.
Input the IP address and port of the server.
The Server IP refers to the IP address of the PC on which the stream media software is
running.
4.
You can check the checkbox of Copy to all to copy the current stream media settings to all the input
devices under the current login user. If you uncheck it, the stream media settings are applicable to the
current input device only.
5.
Tap Apply to save the settings.
4.3.8 Remote Panel Settings
Purpose:
The keyboard can control the front panel of the added DVR/NVR.
Steps:
1.
Tap Remote Panel on the Remote Settings interface to enter the Remote Panel interface.
Figure 4.43 Remote Panel
2.
Tap the buttons on the remote panel to control the front panel of the DVR/NVR.
3.
Tap Exit to return to the previous interface.
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4.4 Decoding Device Settings
Purpose:
You can configure the settings for network, RS-232/RS-485 serial port, output, video wall, decoding status,
etc. of the added decoders.
Tap the
of a decoder on the Device List interface and enter its Remote Settings interface.
Figure 4.44 Decoder List
4.4.1 Network Settings
Steps:
1.
Tap Network on the Remote Settings interface to enter the Network Settings interface.
Figure 4.45 Network Settings
2.
You can configure the General Settings, PPPoE, DDNS and NTP parameters of the decoder.
Please refer to Chapter 4.3.1 Network Settings for reference.
4.4.2 Serial Port Settings
Steps:
1.
Tap Serial on the Remote Settings interface to enter the Serial Port Settings interface.
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Figure 4.46 Serial Port Settings
2.
You can set the RS232 and RS485 port parameters.
Figure 4.47 RS-232 Port Settings
Figure 4.48 RS-485 Port Settings
4.4.3 Output Settings
Purpose:
You can configure parameters for the display of decoded output video on monitor.
Steps:
1.
Tap Output on the Remote Settings interface to enter the Output Settings interface.
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Figure 4.49 Output Settings
2.
Select the display channel.
3.
Enable audio and configure it for a window if required.
4.
Set the video format and resolution of the decoded video output.
5.
Select the window division mode.
The window division modes vary with the different modes of the decoders.
6.
Link decoding channel to the window.
(1) Select a window and its relevant decoding channel.
(2) Tap Save to save the current widow settings.
(3) Repeat the same steps to configure the other windows for their related channels.
7.
After having configured the above settings, tap Apply to finish the settings or Clear to cancel the
settings.
4.4.4 Video Wall Settings
Purpose:
Decoding devices can be added. The video wall display is supported. You can decode the video signal
and display it on the video wall.
Steps:
1.
Tap Video Wall on the Remote Settings interface to enter the Video Wall Settings interface.
Figure 4.50 Video Wall Settings
2.
Select the Video Wall No. to configure and enable the video wall display by checking the Enable
checkbox.
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3.
Select the window division mode.
The window division modes vary with the different modes of the decoders.
4.
Select the Decoding Channel and the output Resolution.
5.
Link the output channel to the screen.
(1) Select the Screen No. of the selected video wall and the Output Channel of the decoder.
(2) Tap Save to save the current settings.
(3) Repeat the same steps to configure the other screens for their related output channels.
6.
After having configured the above settings, tap Apply to finish the settings.
4.4.5 Viewing Decoding Status
Steps:
1.
Tap Decoding Status on the Remote Settings interface to enter the Decoding Status interface.
Figure 4.51 View Decoding Status
2.
You can view the working status of each Decoding Channel, including the Decoding Status, Stream
Type, Package Mode, Video/Audio Frame Rate, etc.
4.4.6 Maintenance
Steps:
1.
Tap Maintenance on the Remote Settings interface to enter the Device Maintenance interface.
Figure 4.52 Device Maintenance
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2.
Tap Set to set the parameters below.

User Management: Add/edit/delete user account, and assign operating permissions for each
user.

Device Information: View the version and basic information of the decoder device.

Device Upgrade: Remotely upgrade the device by USB file.

Import/Export: Import/export configuration files.

Restore Default: Restore factory default settings.
4.5 Input Settings
Purpose:
You can view all the input channels which can be controlled by the current login user, realize local live
view and live-view by channel-zero, edit the input channels and set input group.
Tap Input on the operator main interface to enter the Input Settings-Input List interface.
Search by IP or domain is supported. Input the IP address or domain of the device in the text field and tap
the Search button.
The name shown in the Name column is obtained from the corresponding device.
Figure 4.53 Input List
4.5.1 Starting Local Live View
Steps:
1.
Select a channel from the input list and tap the
icon to start the local live view.
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Figure 4.54 Local Live View
2.
You can press the NEXT or PREV button to view the video of the next or previous channel.
3.
Press ESC button to return to the input list.
Local live view is not supported by local source input.
4.5.2 Live View by Channel-Zero
Steps:
1.
Tap the Channel-Zero button on the Input Settings-Input List interface to enter the Channel-Zero
settings interface:
Figure 4.55 Channel-Zero Settings
2.
Select an encoding device from the list and tap the
channel-zero.
icon to enter the local live view by the
The channel-zero must be supported by the connected encoding device and has been enabled.
4.5.3 Editing a Camera
Steps:
1.
Select a camera from the Input Settings-Input List interface, and tap
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Figure 4.56 Edit Camera
2.
Edit the Camera Name, Camera No., Protocol, and Stream Type.
The Camera No. should be set uniquely from 1 to 999999.
4.5.4 Setting Input Group
Steps:
1.
Tap Input Group to enter the Input Settings-Input Group interface.
Figure 4.57 Input Group Settings
2.
Tap
to select the Group No. from the drop-down list, set the Cycle Time for the group and tap the
Save button.
3.

Up to 16 input groups can be added.

The range of the cycle time is from 10s to 1000s.
Tap the Add Camera button to enter the Add Camera interface:
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Figure 4.58 Add Camera
4.
Select the cameras from the list to be added to the group, and then tap Add to add them.
5.
Tap OK to return to the Input Group interface, where you can view the successfully added cameras
for the current group.
6.
(Optional) You can tap
to delete the added camera.
4.6 Output Settings
Purpose:
You can view all the output channels added to the current login user, play back, edit the output channels,
set output group and set video wall/scene.
Tap Output on the operator main interface to enter the Output Settings interface.
Search by IP or domain is supported. Input the IP address or domain of the device in the text field and tap
the Search button.
Figure 4.59 Output List
4.6.1 Playback on Monitor
Purpose:
Playback by file and playback by time are supported.
Before operating the playback, you must configure the output settings first. Please refer to
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Chapter 4.4.3 Output Settings.
Playback by File
Steps:
1.
2.
Select an output channel from the output list and tap the
icon to enter the Playback interface.
Tap the By File tab to enter the Playback by File interface.
Figure 4.60 Playback by File
3.
Input the display window.
Please refer to the window division mode in the Chapter 4.4.3 Output Settings before
inputting the display window here.
4.
Input the Camera No. for playback.
If the encoding device is ATM DVR, you can check the checkbox of By Card No. and input the Card
No.
5.
Select the Record Type and File Type.
6.
Set the start time and end time of the video files for playback.
7.
Tap Search to search the matched video files.
8.
The searching results can be viewed on the Playback File List interface.
Figure 4.61 Search Result
9.
Select the file for playback from the list and tap Playback to play back the video file.
The Playback Control buttons on the left side of the control panel are supported during the
playback.
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Playback by Time
Steps:
1.
Tap the By Time tab to enter the Playback by Time settings interface.
Figure 4.62 Playback by Time
2.
Input the display window.
Please refer to the window division mode in the Chapter 4.4.3 Output Settings before
inputting the display window here.
3.
Input the Camera No. for playback.
4.
Set the Start Time and End Time of the video files for playback.
5.
Tap Playback to start playback.
The Playback Control buttons on the left side of the control panel are supported during the
playback.
4.6.2 Editing an Output Channel
Steps:
1.
Select an output channel from the Output Settings-Output List interface, and tap
Edit Output interface.
Figure 4.63 Edit Output
2.
Edit the output No..
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The Output No. should be set uniquely from 1 to 999999.
4.6.3 Setting Output Group
Steps:
1.
Tap Output Group to enter the Output Settings-Output Group interface.
2.
Tap
to select the Group No. from the drop-down list.
Figure 4.64 Set Output Group
3.
Tap the Add Output button to enter the Add Output interface:
Figure 4.65 Add Output
4.
Select the outputs from the list to be added to the group, and then tap Add to add them.
5.
Tap OK to return to the Output Group interface, where you can view the successfully added output
channels for the current group.
6.
(Optional) You can tap
to delete the added output channel.
4.6.4 Setting Video Wall / Scene
Steps:
1.
Tap the Wall/Scene button on the Output List interface to enter the Video Wall/Scene List interface.
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Figure 4.66 Video Wall/Scene List
2.
Tap
3.
Edit the No. for the video wall / scene on your demand.
to enter the Edit interface.
Figure 4.67 Edit Video Wall/Scene
4.
Tap OK button to save the setting.
4.7 Macro Settings
Purpose:
The macro command can be used for operating a series of continuous actions in sequence. You can press
the “Num + MAC” keys to call the programmed macro command.
Tap Macro on the main interface to enter the Macro Settings interface.
Figure 4.68 Macro Settings
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4.7.1 Adding Macro
Steps:
1.
Tap Add Macro to enter the Macro Setting-Add Macro interface.
Figure 4.69 Add Macro
2.
Edit the Macro Name, and press the command keys on the keyboard to enter the text box below.
3.
Tap Add to add the current macro command.
 Up to 128 macro commands can be added.
 Max. 8 numerals can be included in a macro command.
 The local decoding and live view operation is not supported currently.
4.7.2 Viewing Macro
Steps:
1.
After adding macro, return to the Macro List interface and you can view the added macro command.
Figure 4.70 Macro List
2.
Tap
to view the macro command.
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Figure 4.71 View Macro
3.
You can tap Prev Page or Next Page to view the previous or next macro command.
4.7.3 Running Macro
Select a command from the list and tap
to run the command, or directly tap Num + MAC keys on the
interface to call the macro command.
4.7.4 Deleting Macro
You can tap
to delete the added macro command.
4.8 Playback
Purpose:
The video files stored in the encoding device can be played back in the local keyboard. Three playback
modes are available: playback by USB file, playback by time and playback by file.
Tap Playback on the operator main interface to enter the Local Playback interface.
Figure 4.72 Local Playback
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4.8.1 Playback by USB File
Steps:
1.
Connect your USB disk to the keyboard.
2.
Tap the USB File tab on the Local Playback interface to enter the Playback by USB File interface.
Figure 4.73 Playback by USB File
3.
Select the video file from the USB disk for playback.
4.
Tap Playback to play the selected video file.
Figure 4.74 Playback Interface
4.8.2 Playback by File
Steps:
1.
Tap the By File tab on the Local Playback interface to enter the Playback by File interface.
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Figure 4.75 Playback by File
2.
Input the Camera No. for playback.
3.
Select the Record Type and File Type.
If the encoding device is ATM DVR, you can input the Card No.
4.
Set the Start Time and End Time of the video files for playback.
5.
Tap Search to search the matched video files. The searching results can be viewed on the Playback
File List interface.
Figure 4.76 Search Result
6.
Select the file for playback from the list and tap Playback to play back the video file.
4.8.3 Playback by Time
Steps:
1.
Tap the By Time tab on the Local Playback interface to enter the Playback by Time interface.
Figure 4.77 Playback by Time
2.
Input the Camera No. for playback.
3.
Set the Start Time and End Time of the video files for playback.
4.
Tap Playback to play back the recoding file.
4.9 Advanced Settings
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1.
Tap Advanced on the operator main interface to enter the Advanced Settings interface.
2.
You can configure the password, AUX key, live view performance and PTZ speed control settings.
Figure 4.78 Advanced Settings
4.9.1 Password Settings
Steps:
1.
Tap Password on the Advanced Settings interface to enter the Password Settings interface. It is
allowed to edit the password for the current login user.
2.
Enter the Current Password and New Password, and then tap Apply to finish the password
modification.
Figure 4.79 Modify Password
4.9.2 Auxiliary Key Settings
Steps:
1.
Tap Aux Key on the Advanced Settings interface to enter the Aux Key Settings interface. The Aux
Key 1 and Aux Key 2 correspond to the AUX1 and AUX2 keys on the keyboard respectively.
2.
Tap
to select the Aux function to be Two-way Audio, Picture Capture or Video Wall/Scene
Switch control.
3.
Tap Apply to save the settings.
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Figure 4.80 Set Aux Key
4.9.3 Live View & PTZ Speed Settings
Steps:
1.
Tap Performance on the Advanced Settings interface to enter the Live View and PTZ Speed
Performance interface.
2.
Select the network performance of local live view on keyboard. Five levels are selectable.
3.
Select the PTZ movement speed of the connected PTZ camera by using the joystick. Four levels are
selectable.
Figure 4.81 Performance Settings
4.10 Logout
Steps:
1.
Tap Logout on the operator main interface, and the message box “Logout now?” will pop up.
2.
Tap Yes to confirm the logout, or No to cancel the operation.
3.
After logout of current login user, the system will return to the User Login interface.
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Figure 4.82 User Login
4.11 Reboot
Steps:
1.
Tap Reboot on the operator main interface, and the message box “Reboot now?” will pop up.
2.
Tap Yes to confirm the reboot, or No to cancel the operation.
4.12 Shutdown
Steps:
1.
Tap Shutdown on the main interface, and the message box “Shut down now?” will pop up.
2.
Tap Yes to confirm the shutdown, or No to cancel the operation.
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Chapter 5 Keyboard Operation
5.1 Shortcut Operation
The operating user must log in to the keyboard to realize all shortcut operations (except LOCK).
Shortcut Operation: Press the Num keys on the keyboard to enter the shortcuts operation interface.
 When user enters the shortcuts operation interface by inputting the Num key, press ESC to cancel the
input numeral from the screen and start the shortcut operation.
 When user enters the shortcuts operation interface by inputting the SET key, user should press it
again before starting the shortcut operation.
In the shortcut operation interface, the left part has displayed the current output channel, and user can
select different window-division display modes, set input channel for each window, or configure other
shortcut operations. And the right part of the interface is used for displaying the current key input and
some shortcut operations.
Figure 5.1 Shortcut
5.2 Local Live View
Purpose:
The local live view refers to display the video signal from the input channel through the network keyboard.
Currently, only the 1-window display mode for 1 decoding channel is supported. In the live view mode,
user can operate other shortcut functions.
Steps:
1. Press the 0+MON keys to enter local live view.
2. Press the Num + CAM keys to select the camera for displaying on the screen.
In the local operation status, it is unallowable to operate the window (WIN), camera group
(CAM-G), multi-division display (MULT) and camera tour (TOUR) functions.
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Figure 5.2 Local Live View
3.
Press the ESC key on the keyboard to enter full-screen live view mode.
Figure 5.3 Full-Screen Live View
 Up to 1080P resolution is supported for local live view.
 User can press the 0+CAM keys to stop the live view of the current camera.
5.3 Displaying
Decoded
Video
to
Output
Channel
5.3.1 Setting Multi-Division Display
Purpose:
You can select different multi-division display modes for the selected output channel. Currently,
1/2/4/6/8/9/12/16/25/32/36/64-division display modes are configurable. The configurable multi-division
display modes depend on the decoders or Multi-function Video Center (MVC).
Steps:
1. Press the Num + MON keys to select the monitor.
2. Press the Num + MULT keys to select the multi-division display mode for the output channel.
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Figure 5.4 Set Multi-Division Display Mode
 In the local live view mode when you input 0+MON keys, the multi-division display mode is not
supported.
 Corresponding error message will appear on the screen when user performs wrong operation. E.g.,
when the multi-division number entered is not supported by the current output channel, the message
“Window mode error.” will appear.
5.3.2 Displaying Video to Output Channel
Purpose:
The selected input signal can be output and displayed by the output channel. Currently, the supported
decoding resolution includes: QCIF, CIF, 2CIF, DCIF, 4CIF, 720p, 1080p, VGA, UXGA, etc. The output
interface can be selected to be BNC/VGA/HDMI/DVI.
Steps:
1. Press the Num + MON keys to select the output channel.
2. Press the Num + WIN keys to select the display window of the output channel.
You can also directly touch the screen to select the display window.
3. Press the Num + CAM keys to select the input camera.
Example:
You can press the “1+MON, 4+WIN, 2+CAM” keys to decode the video signal from camera 2 and
display it on window 4 of output channel 1.
Figure 5.5 Display Video on Monitor
Refer to Table 5.1 for the description of the icons on the shortcut interface.
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Table 5.1 Description of Icons
Icon
Description
Switch to full screen output of the
selected window.
Restore from the full screen output
of the selected window.
Audio-off
Audio-on

For the B20 MVC, video wall controller, and added to the device list, the Num in Step 1 is the sum of
the segment No. and the window No.. Step 2 is omitted. For example, you can press the “1001+MON,
3+CAM” keys to decode the video signal from camera 3 and display it on window 1 of the output
channel of the MVC, video wall controller or decoder.

For the decoder, the output channels will not be displayed on the output list. For example, the
segment No. of 64HD-T is 1000, and the window No. is 1, then the Num in Step 1 should be 1001.
When window floating is enabled, press 1001 + MON keys to select window 1 of the output channel of
the decoder, and then press Num + CAM to decode the video signal from the selected camera and
display it on window 1. When window floating is disabled, the output channels of the decoder will be
displayed on the output list. Follow the steps from 1 to 3 to display video on the output channel.
 When you press the 0+CAM keys, it will stop the dynamic decoding of the current window. If no
display window is selected, the decoding of the 1st window will be stopped by default.
 In the local live view mode, when you input 0+MON keys, only the single-window display mode is
supported.
 Corresponding error message will appear on the screen when you perform wrong operation.
5.3.3 Displaying Video of Camera Group to Output Channel
Purpose:
The video signal from the selected camera group can be output to and displayed by the output channel.
1.
When the numbers of cameras are equal to or less than the numbers of display windows of the output
channel, e.g., to display video of 8 cameras to 9 windows, then the video of each camera will be
displayed on its corresponding window respectively, e.g., camera 1 on window 1, camera 8 on
window 8, etc..
2.
When the numbers of cameras are more than the numbers of display windows of the output channel,
the video of the cameras will be displayed in cycle mode. E.g., to display video of 34 cameras to 16
windows, then the video of camera 1 to 16 will be displayed on window 1 to 16, and then the video of
camera 17 to 32 will be displayed on window 1 to 16, and then the video of camera 33 to 34 will be
displayed on window 1 to 2.
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1. Press the Num + MON keys to select the output channel.
2. Press the Num + CAM-G keys to select the input camera group to be decoded and displayed on the
selected output channel.
Figure 5.6 Display Video of Camera Group on Output Channel
 The dwell time for the cycle view is set in the input group settings interface. You can refer to Chapter
4.5.4 Setting Input Group.
 In the local live view mode, when you input 0+MON keys, the multi-division display mode is not
supported. When you press the 0+CAM keys, it will stop the dynamic decoding of the current
window. If there are more than 1 window of the output channel, the decoding of the 1st window will be
stopped by default.
 Corresponding error message will appear on the screen when you perform wrong operation.
5.3.4 Displaying Video of Camera Group to the Window of
Output Channel
Purpose:
The video signal from the camera group can be output to and displayed on the selected window of the
output channel in cycle.
Steps:
1. Press the Num + MON keys to select the output channel.
2. Press the Num + WIN keys or directly touch on the screen to select the display window of the output
channel.
3. Press the Num + CAM-G keys to select the camera group.
Example:
You can press the “1+MON, 2+WIN, 3+CAM-G” keys to decode the video signal from camera group 3
and display it on window 2 of the output channel 1.
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Figure 5.7 Display Video of Camera Group to the Window of Output Channel
 The dwell time for the cycle view is set in the input group settings interface. You can refer to Chapter
4.5.4 Setting Input Group.
 In the local live view mode when you press 0+MON keys, the cycle view function is not supported.
When you press the 0+CAM keys, it will stop the dynamic decoding of the current window. When you
press the 0+CAM-G keys, it will stop the cycle view of the current window.
 Corresponding error message will appear on the lower-left corner of the screen when you perform
wrong operation.
5.3.5 Displaying Video of Camera Group to Output Group
Purpose:
The selected camera group signal can be output to and displayed by the output channel group.
1.
When the numbers of cameras in the camera group are equal to or less than the numbers of output
channels in the output group, e.g., to display the video of 8 cameras to 9 output channels, then the
video of each camera will be displayed on its corresponding output channel respectively, e.g., camera
1 on output channel 1, and camera 8 on output channel 8, etc.
2.
When the numbers of cameras in the camera group are more than the numbers of output channels in
the output group, e.g., to display the video of 34 cameras to 16 output channels, then the video of
camera 1 to 16 will be displayed on output channel 1 to 16, the video of camera 17 to 32 on output
channel 1 to 16, and then the video of camera 33 to 34 on output channel 1 to 2 in cycle view mode.
Steps:
1. Press the Num + MON-G keys to select the output group.
2. Press the Num + CAM-G keys to select the camera group to be viewed in cycle on the specified output
group.
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Figure 5.8 Display Video of Camera Group to Output Group
 The default dwell time of cycle view is 30s.
 In this operation mode, each output channel in the selected output group will be displayed on the
screen in 1-division mode by default.
5.3.6 Displaying Video of Camera Group to the Window Group
Purpose:
In the condition of opening windows first via the VMS-VEZPRO, you can drag the camera group to the
window group one-time.
Steps:
1. Press the Num + MON-G keys to select the window group.
The Num should be the integer from 1001 to 1004. 1001 corresponds to the window No. from 1 to 64.
1002 corresponds to the window No. from 65 to 128. The 1003 and 1004 can be done in the same
manner.
2. Press the Num + CAM-G keys to select the camera group and display the video in cycle to the
selected window group.
Figure 5.9 Display Video of Camera Group to the Window Group
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 The dwell time for the cycle view is set in the input group settings interface. You can refer to Chapter
4.5.4 Setting Input Group.
 Corresponding error message will appear on the lower-left corner of the screen when you perform
wrong operation.
5.3.7 Setting a Tour
Purpose:
Up to 64 cameras can be set in a tour, with the dwell time configurable. The default dwell time is 30
seconds.
When the system is not in the playback mode, you can directly press the SET key then the Num + TOUR
keys to enter the tour settings interface. Up to 8 tours can be supported currently. The dwell time of the
tour is the length of time used for switching from one camera to the next camera in the tour. All cameras
are set with the same dwell time.
Steps:
1.
Press the SET key to enter the tour settings interface.
2.
Press the Num + TOUR keys to set the selected tour.
3.
Press the Num + ENTER keys to set the dwell time of the camera.
4.
Press the Num + ENTER keys to set the camera No..
5.
Repeat Step 4 to set other cameras.
6.
Press the SET key to finish the tour settings.
Figure 5.10 Set a Tour
 When the device is restarted, all the tour settings will be invalid.
 All configured parameters will be cleared if you press the Num + TOUR keys again in the process of
setting tour.
 Corresponding error message will appear on the screen when you perform wrong operation.
5.3.8 Calling a Tour
Purpose:
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the output channel.
• Calling a Tour on All the Windows of the Output Channel
Steps:
1.
Press the Num + MON keys to select the output channel for display.
2.
Press the Num + TOUR keys to call the configured tour to be displayed on the selected output
channel.
• Calling a Tour on the Selected Sub-Window of the Output Channel
Steps:
1.
Press the Num + MON keys to select the output channel for display.
2.
Press the Num + WIN keys to select the sub-window of the output channel for display.
3.
Press the Num + TOUR keys to call the configured tour to be displayed on the selected sub-window
of the output channel.
Figure 5.11 Call a Tour
5.3.9 Setting a Group Tour
Purpose:
Multiple camera groups can be displayed on the specified output channels in tour respectively. Each user
account is allowed to set up to 8 group tours, and each group can include 8 camera groups to specified
output channels.
When the system is not in the playback mode, user can directly press the SET key and then Num +
GROUP keys to enter the group tour settings interface.
Steps:
1.
Press the SET key to enter the group tour settings interface.
2.
Press the Num + GROUP keys to set the group tour.
3.
Press the Num + ENTER keys to set the output channel (MON) No..
4.
Press the Num + ENTER keys to set the camera group (CAM-G) No..
5.
Repeat step 3 and 4 to set other output channels and camera groups.
6.
Press the SET key to finish the group tour settings.
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Figure 5.12 Set Group Tour
 The group tour settings will not be saved after keyboard reboot. And if you press the Num + GROUP
keys in the process of setting the group tours, all previous settings will be cleared.
 Corresponding error message will appear on the screen when you perform wrong operation.
5.3.10 Calling a Group Tour
Purpose:
Multiple camera groups can be automatically displayed on related output channels respectively in tour by
calling the configured group tour, e.g., camera group 1 on monitor 1, camera group 2 on monitor 2, etc.
The dwell time of group tour can be configured.
Step:
Press the Num + GROUP keys to directly call the configured group tour.
Figure 5.13 Call a Group Tour
If multiple camera groups are configured for the same output channel, then it is available for the
display of the last configured camera group only.
5.3.11 Operating Instant Playback
Purpose:
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The recording files of the previous 5 seconds can be played back via the keyboard instantly.
Steps:
1. Press the Num + MON keys to select the output channel.
2. Press the Num + WIN keys to select the display window.
3. Press the Num + CAM keys to select the camera.
4. Press the
key to enter the instant playback interface.
Figure 5.14 Instant Playback
 The local playback by time is not supported.
 You can press the
button to stop the instant playback.
 You can also rotate the outer ring of the shutter in clockwise direction to speed up the playback, with
the max. speed capable of reaching 16X. And by rotating the outer ring of the shutter in
anti-clockwise direction you can speed down the playback, with the min. speed capable of reaching
1/16X.
5.3.12 Switching Video to the Screen
Purpose:
For the decoder added to the keyboard, you can configure the screen splicing via the VMS-VEZPRO
client or network keyboard first and switch the video to the screen.
Steps:
1.
Press Num + MON keys to select the splicing screen of the decoder.
The Num is the sum of the segment No. of the decoder and the screen No.. For example,
the segment No. of the decoder is 3000, and the screen No. is 1, then the Num should be 3001.
2.
Press Num + CAM to switch the video from the selected camera to the selected screen.
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Figure 5.15 Switch the Video to the Screen
5.3.13 Operating Scene Switch
Purpose:
For the B20 MVC, video wall controller added to the keyboard, you can configure the scene via the
VMS-VEZPRO client first and use the auxiliary keys to switch the scene.
Steps:
3.
Set the usage of the Aux Key as the Video Wall/Scene Switch.
Please refer to the Chapter 4.9.2 Auxiliary Key Settings for detailed instructions.
4.
Check the No. of Video Wall/Scene you want to set.
Please refer to the Chapter 4.6.4 Setting Video Wall / Scene for detailed instructions.
5.
Press Num + AUX keys to select the video wall/scene.
The Num is the sum of the segment No. and the scene No. on the scene list. For example,
the segment No. of B20 MVC is 1000, and the scene No. is 1, then the Num should be 1001.
6.
Press Num + MON keys to select the output channel.
7.
Press Num + WIN keys to select the screen (not for video wall).
8.
Press Num + CAM/CAM-G to switch the selected camera or camera group on the screen.
9.
Press 0 + CAM keys to stop decoding.
Figure 5.16 Scene Switch
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5.4 PTZ Control
5.4.1 Realizing PTZ Control
Purpose:
If the camera connected to the keyboard supports PTZ function, you are allowed to operate the
LIGHT/FOCUS/IRIS/ZOOM/WIPER buttons to realize PTZ control.
Two options can be used to realize PTZ control.
• Option 1
Steps:
1.
Press the Num + MON keys to select the output channel.
2.
Press the Num + WIN keys to select the display window.
When the current window is in cycle view mode, the keyboard will be unable to automatically
connect with the camera and now it is invalid to operate the joystick.
• Option 2
Steps:
1.
Press the Num + CAM keys to directly select the camera.
2.
When the camera connected to the keyboard supports PTZ function, operate the joystick and press
LIGHT/WIPER/FOCUS±/IRIS±/ZOOM buttons to realize PTZ control.
5.4.2 Setting a Preset
Purpose:
Select the output channel or window and the keyboard is capable of automatically connecting with its
corresponding camera. Operate the joystick to move PTZ to the desired position and then press the
PRESET key to complete the preset settings. You are also allowed to directly select the camera by
pressing Num + CAM keys and then press the PRESET key to start preset settings.
• Setting a Preset by Output Channel
Steps:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press the Num + MON keys to select the output channel.
Press the Num + WIN keys to select the display window.
Operate the joystick to move PTZ to the desired position.
Press the Num + PRESET keys to set the current position as the preset with entered number.
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Figure 5.17 Set Preset (1)
Corresponding error message will appear on the screen when you perform wrong operation.
• Setting a Preset by Input Channel
Steps:
1.
2.
3.
Press the Num + CAM keys to select the input channel.
Operate the joystick to move PTZ to the desired position.
Press the Num + PRESET keys to set the current position as the preset with entered number.
Figure 5.18 Set Preset (2)
 It is invalid to press the 0+CAM keys in the current operation mode.
 Corresponding error message will appear on the screen when you perform wrong operation.
5.4.3 Calling a Preset
Purpose:
The configured preset can be called to achieve the desired position. Select the output channel or window
and then press the CALL key on the keyboard to call the preset. You are also allowed to directly select the
camera by pressing Num + CAM keys and then press the CALL key to realize preset call.
• Calling a Preset by Output Channel
Steps:
1.
Press the Num + MON keys to select the output channel.
2.
Press the Num + WIN keys to select the display window.
3.
Press the Num + CALL keys to call the configured preset.
 The operation is valid only when the preset function is supported by the connected camera/dome.
 Corresponding error message will appear on the screen when you perform wrong operation.
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Figure 5.19 Call a Preset (1)
• Calling a Preset by Input Channel
Steps:
1.
2.
Press the Num + CAM keys to select the input channel.
Press the Num + CALL keys to call the configured preset.
 It is invalid to press the 0+CAM keys in the current operation mode.
 Corresponding error message will appear on the screen when you perform wrong operation.
Figure 5.20 Call a Preset (2)
5.4.4 Setting a Patrol
Purpose:
Select the output channel or window and the keyboard is capable of automatically connecting with its
corresponding camera. Press the SET key on the keyboard and then press PATROL key to enter the
patrol settings interface. You are also allowed to directly select the camera by pressing Num + CAM keys
and then press the SET key to start patrol settings.
• Setting a Patrol by Output Channel
Steps:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Press the Num + MON keys to select the output channel.
Press the Num + WIN keys to select the display window.
Press the SET key to enter the settings interface.
Press the Num + PATROL keys to enter the patrol settings interface.
Press Num and press the ENTER key to set the preset number, stop time and speed respectively.
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6.
7.
Repeat Step5 to set other presets.
Press the SET key again to finish the patrol settings.
Figure 5.21 Set a Patrol (1)
 Corresponding error message will appear on the screen when you perform wrong operation.
 All the configured parameters will be cleared if you press the Num + PATROL keys again in the
process of setting the patrol.
• Setting a Patrol by Input Channel
Steps:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Press the Num + CAM keys to select the input channel.
Press the SET key to enter the settings interface.
Press the Num + PATROL keys to enter the patrol settings interface.
Press Num and press the ENTER key to set the preset number, stop time and speed respectively.
Press the SET key again to finish the patrol settings.
Figure 5.22 Set a Patrol (2)
 It is invalid to press the 0+CAM keys in the current operation mode.
 Corresponding error message will appear on the screen when you perform wrong operation.
5.4.5 Calling a Patrol
Purpose:
Select the output channel or window and the keyboard is capable of automatically connecting with its
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corresponding camera. Press the PATROL key on the keyboard to call the configured patrol. You are also
allowed to directly select the camera and then press the PATROL key to realize patrol call.
• Calling a Patrol by Output Channel
Steps:
1.
Press the Num + MON keys to select the output channel.
2.
Press the Num + WIN keys to select the display window.
3.
Press the Num + PATROL keys to call the configured patrol.
Figure 5.23 Call a Patrol (1)
 This operation is valid only when the patrol function is supported by the connected camera/dome.
 Corresponding error message will appear on the screen when you perform wrong operation.
• Calling a Patrol by Input Channel
Steps:
1. Press the Num + CAM keys to select the input channel.
2. Press the Num + PATROL keys to call the configured patrol.
Figure 5.24 Call a Patrol (2)
 It is invalid to input the 0+CAM keys in the current operation mode.
 Corresponding error message will appear on the screen when you perform wrong operation.
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5.4.6 Setting a Pattern
Purpose:
Select the output channel or window and the keyboard is capable of automatically connecting with its
corresponding camera. Press the SET key on the keyboard and then press PATTERN key to enter the
pattern settings interface. You are also allowed to directly select the camera and then press the SET key
to start pattern settings.
• Setting a Pattern by Output Channel
Steps:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Press the Num + MON keys to select the output channel.
Press the Num + WIN keys to select the display window.
Press the SET key to enter the settings interface.
Press the Num + PATTERN keys to set the pattern number.
Operate the joystick to control PTZ movement.
Press the SET key again to finish the pattern settings.
Figure 5.25 Set a Pattern (1)
It is invalid to input the 0+CAM keys in the current operation mode.
• Setting a Pattern by Input Channel
Steps:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Press the Num + CAM keys to select the input channel.
Press the SET key to enter the settings interface.
Press the Num + PATTERN keys to set the pattern number.
Operate the joystick to control PTZ movement.
Press the SET key again to finish the pattern settings.
Figure 5.26 Set a Pattern (2)
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Corresponding error message will appear on the screen when you perform wrong operation.
5.4.7 Calling a Pattern
Purpose:
Select the output channel or window and the keyboard is capable of automatically connecting with its
corresponding camera. Press the PATTERN key on the keyboard to call the configured pattern. You are
also allowed to directly select the camera by pressing Num + CAM keys and then press the PATTERN key
to realize pattern call.
• Calling a Pattern by Output Channel
Steps:
1.
Press the Num + MON keys to select the output channel.
2.
Press the Num + WIN keys to select the display window.
3.
Press the Num + PATTERN keys to call the configured pattern.
Figure 5.27 Call a Pattern (1)
This operation is valid only when the pattern function is supported by the connected camera/dome.
• Calling a Pattern by Input Channel
Steps:
1.
2.
Press the Num + CAM keys to select the input channel.
Press the Num + PATTERN keys to call the configured pattern.
Figure 5.28 Call a Pattern (2)
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 It is invalid to input the 0+CAM keys in the current operation mode.
 Corresponding error message will appear on the screen when you perform wrong operation.
5.4.8 Calling Pan Scan
Purpose:
Select the output channel or window and the keyboard is capable of automatically connecting with its
corresponding camera. Press the PATTERN key on the keyboard to call the pan-scan. You are also
allowed to directly select the camera by pressing Num + CAM keys and then press the PATTERN key to
realize pan-scan call.
• Calling Pan-scan by Output Channel
Steps:
1.
Press the Num + MON keys to select the output channel.
2.
Press the Num + WIN keys to select the display window.
3.
Press the PATTERN key to call the pan-scan.
4.
Press the PATTERN key again to stop the pan-scan.
This operation is valid only when the pattern function is supported by the connected camera/dome.
• Calling Pan-scan by Input Channel
Steps:
1.
Press the Num + CAM keys to select the input channel.
2.
Press the PATTERN key to call the pan-scan.
3.
Press the PATTERN key again to stop the pan-scan.
 It is invalid to input the 0+CAM keys in the current operation mode.
 Corresponding error message will appear on the screen when you perform wrong operation.
5.5 Auxiliary Functions
The keyboard is designed with AUX1 and AUX2 keys on its panel. You are allowed to configure auxiliary
functions for AUX1/AUX2 key on the operator user interface. By default settings, the AUX1 is used for
two-way audio and the AUX2 to picture capture function.
5.5.1 Starting Two-Way Audio
Purpose:
The two-way audio between the keyboard and the currently selected device can be realized through Aux
key.
• Start Two-Way Audio with the Output Channel
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1. Press the Num + MON keys to select the output channel.
2. Press the AUX1/AUX2 key (configured with the Two-way Audio function) to start two-way audio.
• Start Two-Way Audio with the Input Channel
Steps:
1. Press the Num + CAM keys to select the input channel.
2. Press the AUX1/AUX2 key (configured with the Two-way Audio function) to start two-way audio.
• Stop Two-Way Audio
During the two-way audio, you can stop it by pressing the 0+AUX1/AUX2 keys.
• Switch Two-Way Audio with the Nearest Device
When you press Num + MON keys and then press the AUX1/AUX2 key, it will switch the keyboard to take
two-way audio with the nearest device.
• Start Two-Way Audio with the Camera
If it needs to take two-way audio with the camera, press the ESC key, press the Num + CAM keys and
then press the AUX1/AUX2 key to start the two-way audio.
 When the network is disconnected in the process of two-way audio, you should press the
0+AUX1/AUX2 keys to stop the two-way audio first and then start it again.
 When you intend to start the two-way audio between the keyboard and the remote device which is
taking two-way audio with other device, the error message will appear on the screen.
5.5.2 Capturing Picture
Purpose:
The video picture from the camera can be captured and saved in U-flash disk or uploaded to FTP server
through the keyboard operation.
• Task 1
Steps:
1.
Press the Num + MON keys to select the output channel.
2.
Press the Num + WIN keys to select the display window.
3.
Press the AUX1/AUX2 key (configured with the picture capture function) to start picture capture.
• Task 2
Steps:
1.
Press the Num + CAM keys to select the input channel.
2.
Press the central button of the joystick.
3.
The captured picture will be uploaded to FTP server (when FTP server is configured) or saved in the
local U-flash disk.
When the current window is configured with multiple channels for display (in cycle view mode),
the error message will appear on the screen as well.
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5.5.3 Recording
Purpose:
The video from the camera can be recorded and saved in the local U-flash disk or uploaded to FTP server
as well.
• Task 1
Steps:
1.
Press the Num + MON keys to select the output channel.
2.
Press the Num + WIN keys to select the display window.
3.
Press the REC key to start video recording.
• Task 2
Steps:
1.
Press the Num + CAM keys to select the input channel.
2.
Press the REC key to start video recording.
 During the recording, the REC key on the keyboard lights in red. When you exit the operation
interface, the recording continues and you are only allowed to stop it.
 When the window is configured with multiple channels for display (in cycle view mode), the error
message will appear on the screen.
 If the current window or output channel is performing playback by time, then the recording operation
is not allowed.
5.5.4 Other Functions
Purpose:
The PREV and NEXT keys on the keyboard are used to select the previous or next camera during the
shortcut operation.
• Task 1
Steps:
1.
Press the Num + MON keys to select the output channel.
2.
Press the Num + WIN keys to select the display window.
3.
Press the PREV/NEXT key to select the previous or next camera.
If the current window is not in the dynamic decoding mode, it is invalid to press the PREV/NEXT
key. When the window is configured with multiple channels for display (in cycle view mode), the error
message will appear on the screen.
• Task 2
Steps:
1.
Press the Num + CAM keys to select the input channel.
2.
Press the PREV/NEXT key to select the previous or next camera.
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Chapter 6 Server Operation
6.1 Accessing by MVC
Purpose:
Through the keyboard, you can configure and control the Multi-function Video Center (MVC).
6.1.1 Login
Steps:
1.
Tap the Server icon on the startup interface to enter the Server Login interface.
Figure 6.1 Startup Interface
2.
Select the Login Mode to MVC/Subdomain/Matrix Access Gate.
3.
On the Login interface, input the IP address, port, user name and password of the MVC.
4.
Check the checkbox of Remember Password if you want to save the password for future login.
Figure 6.2 Server Login
5.
Tap Login to enter the MVC interface.
6.1.2 Device List
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1.
Tap the Device List tab to enter the Device List interface.
Figure 6.3 Device List
2.
View the information including the device type, IP address and port. The device types in the MVC
system are shown as follows:
M_ENC: Encoding module
M_DEC: Decoding module
M_CODE: Code distribution module
M_CAS_IN: Input cascading module
M_CAS_OUT: Output cascading module
M_INTEL: Intelligent module
M_ALARM: Alarm module
V6_DEC: V6 decoding module
V6_CAS: V6 cascading module
MVC_B10: MVC B10
MVC_B11: MVC B11
MVC_B12: MVC B12
M_DS: Domain system
M_SDS: Sub-domain system
MATRIX ACCESS GATEWAY: Matrix access gateway
Editing Device Parameters in Batch
Steps:
1.
Tap the Batch Edit IP button to enter the Batch Edit interface.
2.
Edit the parameters of the encoding/decoding modules, including the start IP, end IP, port, subnet
mask and gateway.
Figure 6.4 Batch Edit
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 The range from the start IP to end IP must be larger than the number of the functional modules.
 When the NAT function of the system is enabled, it is not allowed to operate the batch edit.
Configuring Encoder/Decoder Parameters
Steps:
1.
Tap the
button of an encoder/decoder on the MVC List and enter its settings interface.
Figure 6.5 Encoder Settings
Figure 6.6 Decoder Settings
2.
Tap the Set button to enter the corresponding settings interface to set the parameters. Please refer to
the Chapter 4.3 Encoding Device Settings to Chapter 4.4 Decoding Device Settings for details.
6.1.3 Camera List
Viewing Camera List
Steps:
1.
Tap the Camera tab to enter the Camera List interface.
2.
View the information of all cameras connected to the current MVC system, including the camera ID,
channel No., IP address and port. The No. is used as CAM number in the Shortcut Operation.
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Figure 6.7 Camera List
Setting Input Group
Steps:
1.
Tap Input Group to enter the MVC Input Group interface.
2.
3.
Tap
to select the group No. from the drop-down list.
Set the Cycle Time (1-65535s) for the current group.
The Cycle Time refers to the dwell time defined for each camera in this group.
Figure 6.8 Set Input Group
4.
Tap the Add Camera key to enter the Add Camera interface:
Figure 6.9 Add Camera
5.
Select the cameras from the list to be added to the group, and then tap Add to add the selected
cameras.
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6.
You can also set or edit the Cycle Time (1-65535s) for cameras here.
7.
Tap OK to return to the MVC Input Group interface, where you can view the successfully added
cameras for the current group.
Figure 6.10 MVC Input Group
8.
Tap Save to save the settings.
6.1.4 Output Channel List
Viewing Output Channel List
Steps:
1.
Tap the Monitor tab to enter the Output Channel List interface.
2.
View the information of all monitors connected to the current MVC system, including the output
channel No., output type, IP address and port.
Figure 6.11 Output Channel List
Setting Monitor
• Option 1
Steps:
1.
Tap the
button of a monitor from the list to enter the Monitor Settings interface.
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Figure 6.12 Monitor Settings
2.
Configure monitor settings:
Decoding Ability: Set the parameters according to the resolution of the front-end device. If the
maximum resolution of the front-end devices connected is 720P, then the Maximum Ability should be
set as 720P.
Output Type: Configure the settings according to the mode that is supported by the monitor.
Division Mode: The standard-definition decoding module (BNC output) supports 1 / 4-division mode,
while the high-definition decoding module (VGA / DVI / HDMI output) supports 1 / 4 / 9 / 16-division
mode.
Enable Audio: To enable the audio output.
Audio Window: Select the window for enabling audio output.
3.
Tap Save to save the settings.
• Option 2: Quick Operation of Monitor Settings
Steps:
1.
Press the Num + MON keys to select the monitor.
2.
Press the Num + MULT keys to select the window-division mode on the monitor.
Example: You can press the “2+MON, 16+MULT” keys to realize 16-divison display on monitor 2.
Figure 6.13 Quick Monitor Settings
Setting Output Group
Steps:
1.
Tap Output Group to enter the MVC Output Group interface.
2.
Tap
to select the group No. from the drop-down list.
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Figure 6.14 Set MVC Output Group
3.
Tap the Add Output button to enter the Add Output interface:
Figure 6.15 Add Output
4.
Select the outputs from the list to be added to the group, and then tap Add to add them to the group.
5.
Tap OK to return to the MVC Output Group interface, where you can view the successfully added
output channels for the current group.
Figure 6.16 MVC Output Group
Displaying Video to Output Channel
You can refer to Chapter 5.3 Displaying Decoded Video to Output Channel for the operations of displaying
video to the output channel.
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6.1.5 Scene Settings
Steps:
1.
Tap the Scene tab to enter the Scene Settings interface.
Figure 6.17 Scene Settings
2.
3.
Tap
on the list to switch to the selected scene.
Tap the Scene Layout button to enter the layout of the selected scene.
The scene of MVC can be configured on the VMS-VEZPRO client software.
Figure 6.18 Scene Layout
6.1.6 Screen Settings
Configuring Screen Settings
Steps:
1.
Tap the Screen tab to configure video display on screen.
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Figure 6.19 Screen Settings
2.
Select the screen No..
3.
Enable the screen splicing by checking the checkbox.
4.
Select the screen mode, e.g., 2 x 2.
5.
Select the main screen No. which refers to output for image processing.
6.
Configure the sub-window settings.
(1)
Select the sub-screen type to Standard, High Definition or Enhanced High Definition.
(2)
Select the window, which refers to the sub-window No. of the screen. E.g., if the screen mode is
selected to 2 x 2, then the sub-windows can be numbered as 1, 2, 3 and 4.
(3)
Select the sub-screen No., which refers to the output channel connected to the selected
sub-window in Step 6 (2).
The Main Screen No. and the Sub-screen No. cannot be the same with each other.
7.
(4)
Repeat the Step 6 (2) ~ (3) to set other sub-windows and their related sub-screen No.
(5)
Tap Save to save the sub-window settings.
Tap Apply to finish the screen settings.
Setting Base Picture
Purpose:
When the MVC is configured with the enhanced decoder module, you can set the base picture for the
screen display.
Before you start:
Put the base picture in the USB-flash disk and insert it into the keyboard.
The base picture must be in JPEG format and with the resolution of lower than 3840×1920.
Steps:
1.
Enter the Screen Settings interface.
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Figure 6.20 Screen Settings
2.
Tap the Set Picture button to enter the Setting Background Picture interface.
Figure 6.21 Set Background Picture
3.
Select the picture file from the directory and tap the Upload button to select the layer for the picture.
Figure 6.22 Select Layer
4.
Select the layer from the drop-down list. Two base pictures can be uploaded.
5.
Select OK to confirm the base picture settings.
6.
On the screen settings interface, tap the Display/Hide button to select the layer and enable the
configured base picture to be shown on the screen display.
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Figure 6.23 Enable Layer
Displaying Video on Normal Video Wall
• Option 1
Steps:
1.
Press the Num + MON keys to select the output channel in the output list.
2.
Press the Num + WIN keys to or tap the window to select the window of the output channel.
3.
Press the Num + CAM keys to select the camera.
Figure 6.24 Display Video on Video Wall
The cycle view of displaying the video of the camera group to the selected output channel or output group
is supported.
• Option 2
Steps:
1.
Tap the Scene Layout button on the Scene List interface to enter the layout of the selected scene.
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Figure 6.25 Scene Layout
2.
Each yellow grid represents a video wall. Select a grid to enter the Video Wall Settings interface.
3.
Press the Num + WIN keys or tap on the window to select the window No.
Figure 6.26 Select the Window
4.
Press the Num + CAM keys to select the camera No. for displaying the video on the selected window.
Figure 6.27 Select the Camera
Displaying Video on Splicing Video Wall
• Option 1
Steps:
1. Press the Num + AUX1 keys to select the video wall.
2. Press the Num + CAM keys to select the input camera. The number of camera can be viewed from the
Camera List.
Example: You can press the “1+AUX1, 3+CAM” keys to view the video signal from camera 3 on the
splicing video wall 1.
The multi- division display mode is not supported by the splicing video wall.
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Figure 6.28 Display Video on the Splicing Video Wall
• Option 2
Steps:
1.
Tap the Scene Layout button on the Scene List interface to enter the layout of the selected scene.
Figure 6.29 Scene Layout
2.
Select the splicing video wall.
3.
Press Num + CAM keys to select the camera for displaying the video on the selected splicing video
wall.
Switching Floating Window
Before you start:
Configure the floating settings in the VMS-VEZPRO client software.
Steps:
1.
Press the Num + AUX1 keys to select the video wall.
2.
Press the Num + WIN keys to select the roaming window of the video wall.
3.
Press the Num + CAM keys to select the input camera.
Example: You can press the “1+AUX1, 2+WIN, 3+CAM” keys to display the video signal from camera
3 on the roaming window 2 of video wall 1.
4.
You can press the 0+CAM keys, and it will stop the dynamic decoding of the current camera.
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Figure 6.30 Switch Floating Window
6.2 Accessing by Analog Matrix
Purpose:
Through the keyboard, you can configure and control the analog matrix.
6.2.1 Login
Before you start:
Make sure the analog matrix has been correctly connected to the keyboard before operation.
Steps:
1.
Select the login mode to Analog Matrix on the Server Login interface.
Figure 6.31 Matrix Login
2.
Enter the number of video inputs in the Input Number field.
3.
Enter the number of video outputs in the Output Number field.
4.
Tap Login to log in to the analog matrix system.
6.2.2 Configuring RS-232 Parameters
Purpose:
The RS-232 parameters must be configured the same with that of the connected analog matrix so as to
realize the RS-232 communication.
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Before you start:
Make sure the RS-232 port of analog matrix and the RS-232 port of keyboard have been connected with
the control line.
Steps:
1.
Tap RS232 on the Analog Matrix interface to enter the RS-232 settings interface.
Figure 6.32 Analog Matrix
2.
Input the address of the connected analog matrix. Each matrix must be assigned with unique
address.
3.
Select the baud rate of the connected analog matrix.
4.
Set the data bit, stop bit, parity and flow control the same with those of the connected analog matrix.
5. Select the protocol of the connected analog matrix. Currently four protocols are supported: ZT-1.0,
ZT-2.0, EXTRON and CREATOR.
Figure 6.33 Set RS-232 Parameters
6.
Tap Apply to save the settings.
6.2.3 Operating Analog Matrix
Purpose:
With successful RS-232 communication between the keyboard and the analog matrix, you can switch the
video input to be displayed on the monitor by following the steps below.
Steps:
1.
Press the Num + MON keys to select the output channel of the analog matrix.
2.
Press the Num + CAM keys to select the input channel of the analog matrix.
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Figure 6.34 Operate Analog Matrix
6.2.4 Configuring RS-485 Parameters
Purpose:
The RS-485 parameters must be configured the same with that of the connected PTZ camera so as to
realize the PTZ control.
Before you start:
Make sure the R+ and R- terminals of the PTZ camera has been correctly connected to the T+ and Tterminals of the keyboard.
Steps:
1.
Tap RS485 on the Analog Matrix interface to enter the RS-485 settings interface.
Figure 6.35 Analog Matrix
2.
Input the address of the connected PTZ camera. The address ranges from 0~255.
3.
Select the baud rate of the connected PTZ camera.
4.
Set the data bit, stop bit, parity and flow control the same with those of the connected PTZ camera.
5. Select the protocol of the connected PTZ camera.
Figure 6.36 Set RS-485 Parameters
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6.
Tap Apply to save the settings.
7.
You can tap the Copy All To button to copy the current RS-485 parameters to other PTZ addresses.
6.2.5 Operating PTZ Control
Operating PTZ Movement
Steps:
1.
Press the Num + CAM keys to select the connected analog dome or pan/tilt unit.
The Num must be the same as the PTZ address.
2.
Move the joystick to realize the pan/tilt and lens movement.
Setting/Calling a Preset
• Setting a Preset
Steps:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press the Num + CAM keys to select the connected analog dome or pan/tilt unit.
Operate the joystick or focus/iris/zoom buttons to move PTZ to the desired position.
Press the Num + PRESET keys to set the current position as a preset.
Repeat step2 and step3 to continue to set the other presets.
Figure 6.37 Set a Preset
• Calling a Preset
Steps:
1.
2.
Press the Num + CAM keys to select the connected analog dome or pan/tilt unit.
Press the Num + CALL keys to call the defined preset.
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Figure 6.38 Call a Preset
Setting/Calling a Patrol
• Setting a Patrol
Steps:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Press the Num + CAM keys to select the connected analog dome or pan/tilt unit.
Press the SET key to enter the settings interface.
Press the Num + PATROL keys to enter the patrol settings interface.
Input Num and press the ENTER key to set the preset number, dwell time and speed respectively.
Repeat Step4 to add other presets to the current patrol.
Press the SET key again to finish the patrol settings.
Figure 6.39 Set a Patrol
• Calling a Patrol
Steps:
1.
2.
Press the Num + CAM keys to select the connected analog dome or pan/tilt unit.
Press the Num + PATROL keys to call the defined patrol.
Figure 6.40 Call a Patrol
Setting/Calling a Pattern
• Setting a Pattern
Steps:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press the Num + CAM keys to select the connected analog dome or pan/tilt unit.
Press the SET key to enter the settings interface.
Press the Num + PATTERN keys to enter the pattern settings interface.
Operate the joystick or focus/iris/zoom buttons to move PTZ to record the pattern.
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5.
Press the SET key again to finish the pattern settings.
Figure 6.41 Set a Pattern
• Calling a Pattern
Steps:
1.
2.
Press the Num + CAM keys to select the connected analog dome or pan/tilt unit.
Press the Num + PATTERN keys to call the defined pattern.
Figure 6.42 Call a Pattern
6.3 Accessing by Matrix Access Gateway
Purpose:
Through the keyboard, you can configure and control the matrix access gateway.
6.3.1 Login
Steps:
5.
Select the login mode to Matrix Access Gateway on the Server Login interface.
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Figure 6.43 Matrix Access Gateway Login
6.
Input the IP address, port, user name and password.
7.
Check the checkbox of Remember Password if you want to save the password for future login.
8.
Tap Login to log in to the Matrix Access Gateway interface.
6.3.2 Operating Matrix Access Gateway
Purpose:
You can switch the video input to be displayed on the monitor by following the steps below.
Steps:
1.
Press the Num + MON keys to select the output channel of the analog matrix.
2.
Press the Num + CAM keys to select the input channel of the analog matrix.
Figure 6.44 Operate Analog Matrix
6.3.3 Operating PTZ Control
Steps:
1.
Press the Num + CAM keys to select the connected camera or pan/tilt unit.
2.
Move the joystick to realize the pan/tilt and lens movement. Refer to Chapter 6.2.5 Operating PTZ
The Num must be the same as the PTZ address.
Control for the detailed operations of PTZ control.
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6.4 Accessing by VMS-VEZPRO Platform
Purpose:
Through the keyboard, you can get access to the VMS-VEZPRO platform.
Before you start:
Please make proper configuration on the VMS-VEZPRO platform before connecting the keyboard to the
VMS-VEZPRO server. Please refer to the user manual of corresponding VMS-VEZPRO platform for
instructions.
6.4.1 Logging in to the VMS-VEZPRO Platform
Steps:
1.
On the Server Login interface, select the Login Mode to VMS-VEZPRO Platform.
2.
Enter the Server IP, Port, login User Name and Password.
3.
Tap Login to log in to the platform.
Figure 6.45 VMS-VEZPRO Platform Login
6.4.2 Managing Input Channel
Purpose:
The corresponding input channel corresponds to the Index No. on the Control Center Unit List interface
of the keyboard. You can modify the keyboard No. of the input channel via the VMS-VEZPRO platform.
Figure 6.46 Control Center Unit List
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Steps:
1.
On the VMS-VEZPRO platform, click Logical View and select an added device from the left Control
Center.
2.
Click Camera under the selected device to enter the Camera List interface.
Figure 6.47 Camera List
3.
Select a camera from the list and click it to enter the Camera Information interface to modify the
keyboard No. in the Keyboard No. text filed.
Figure 6.48 Modify Camera
6.4.3 Managing Output Channel
Steps:
1.
Log in to the VMS-VEZPRO platform, and add a video wall. Link the decoding output with the video
wall.
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Figure 6.49 Monitor Screen Group
2.
After the configuration of the video wall via the VMS-VEZPRO platform, the screen No. will be
displayed on the corresponding decoding channel.
6.4.4 Displaying Video on Video Wall
Purpose:
You can follow the steps below to view the video from a camera on the selected screen.
Steps:
1. Press the Num + MON keys on the keyboard to select the screen you have configured via the
VMS-VEZPRO platform.
2. Press the Num + WIN keys on the keyboard to select the display window on the selected screen.
3.
Press the Num + CAM keys on the keyboard to select the input channel which has been configured
the keyboard No. via the VMS-VEZPRO platform for displaying on the selected window.
For example, you can press “1 + MON, 1+WIN, 1+CAM” to display the video from camera 1 to the
window 1 of the screen 1.
Figure 6.50 Display Video on Video Wall

For the single-division display mode, step 2 is not needed; the window-division display mode must
be configured via the VMS-VEZPRO platform.

You can press PREV/NEXT key to switch the previous or next camera to display on the selected
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window.
6.4.5 Switching the Scene
Steps:
1. On the Control Center Unit List interface after login, tap the
the Default Wall Division Unit List interface.
icon of the video wall item to enter
Figure 6.51 Default Wall Division Unit List
2.
Tap the
icon to switch the selected scene. The “Scene changed.” attention box will pop up if the
switching is succeeded.
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Chapter 7 Keyboard Configuration by
WEB Server
Purpose:
You are also allowed to configure the keyboard parameters by WEB server.
7.1 Configuring by Admin
7.1.1 Login
Steps:
1.
Open WEB browser. Input the IP address of the keyboard (e.g., http://172.6.24.64) and click Enter.
2.
The system pops up a login interface. Input the User Name (admin) and remain the password empty.
Figure 7.1 User Login
3. Click Login and you are reminded to activate the keyboard and reset the admin password.
STRONG PASSWORD RECOMMENDED–We highly recommend that you create a strong password
of your own choosing (using a minimum of 8 characters, including upper case letters, lower case
letters, numbers, and special characters) in order to increase the security of your product. We
recommend that you reset your password regularly, especially in the high security system, resetting
the password monthly or weekly can better protect your product.
4.
Input the New Password and Confirm the password. Tap OK to return to the Login interface.
5.
Input the new password and tap Login to enter the main interface.
For the admin, if you have input the wrong password for 7 times, the keyboard will be locked for 30
minutes.
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7.1.2 Keyboard Management
Steps:
1.
Click Keyboard on the left navigation bar to enter the Keyboard Management interface:
Figure 7.2 Keyboard Management
2.
On this interface, you can configure the hardware and network parameters of the keyboard.
3.
After configuration, click Save to save the settings.
7.1.3 User Management
Steps:
1.
Click User on the left navigation bar to enter the User Management interface:
Figure 7.3 User Management
2.
On this interface, you can add, edit or delete the user account and assign the devices to the added
operators.

Adding a User
Steps:
1)
Click the Add button to enter the Add User interface.
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2)
Input the User Name, Password and Confirm the password to create a new user account.
Figure 7.4 Add User
3)
Click OK to save the settings.
STRONG PASSWORD RECOMMENDED–We highly recommend that you create a strong
password of your own choosing (using a minimum of 8 characters, including upper case letters, lower
case letters, numbers, and special characters) in order to increase the security of your product. We
recommend that you reset your password regularly, especially in the high security system, resetting the
password monthly or weekly can better protect your product.
If you have input a password which is risky, when you click OK to save it, the attention
message “The password does not meet password strength need!” will pop up. You have to
change a stronger password or you cannot add the user.

Editing a User
Steps:
1)
Select a user from the list and click the
2)
Input the New Password and Confirm it.
icon to enter the Change Password interface.
Figure 7.5 Change Password
3)
Click OK to save the settings.
If you have input a password which is too simple, when you click OK to save it, the attention
message “The password does not meet password strength need!” will pop up. You have to change a
stronger password or you cannot edit it.

Deleting a User
Steps:
1)
Select a user from the list and click the
icon.
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2)
In the pop-up message box, click OK to delete the selected user account.
Figure 7.6 Delete User

Setting Operator Device
Steps:
1)
Select an operator from the list and click the
button to enter the User-Device interface.
Figure 7.7 User-Device
2)
Click Add to enter the User-Add Device interface on which it displays all devices already added
to the keyboard by admin.
Figure 7.8 Add Device
3)
Select the device (s) from the list and then click Add button to finish the adding of device (s) for
the current user.
4)
On the User-Device interface, you can view the successfully added devices for the current user.
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Figure 7.9 Added Device List
5)
You can also select the device from the list and click the
icon to delete it.
7.1.4 Device Management
Steps:
1.
Tap Device on the left navigation bar to enter the Device Management interface.
Figure 7.10 Device Management
2.
On this interface, you can add, edit or delete the device.
• Adding a Device
Steps:
1)
Tap Add to enter the Add User interface.
2)
Input the name, IP, port and login user name/password of the device to add.
3)
Tap OK to finish the adding of the device. The successfully added devices will be displayed on
the list of Device Management interface.
Figure 7.11 Add Device
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• Editing a Device
Steps:
1)
Select a device from the list and tap the
icon to enter the Edit Device interface.
2)
Edit the Device Name, Port, User Name, Password, and Protocol.
3)
Tap OK to save the parameters.
Figure 7.12 Edit Device
• Deleting a Device
Select a device from the list and tap the
icon to delete it.
7.1.5 Importing/Exporting Camera List
Purpose:
You can import the camera list in the format of .xls in the PC to the keyboard or export the camera
information of the keyboard to the PC.
Click the Import/Export Camera List tab on the left navigation bar to enter the Import/Export Camera
List interface.
Figure 7.13 Import/Export Camera List
• Importing Camera List
Steps:
1)
Click Browse to select the camera list file directory in the pop-up window.
2)
Click the Import button to import the camera list in the PC to the keyboard.
• Exporting Camera List
Steps:
1)
Click the Export button and the Select User window pops up.
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Figure 7.14 Select User
2)
Select the user from the drop-down list.
3)
Click OK to export the camera list of the selected user to the PC.
7.1.6 Maintenance
• Checking Device Working Status
Steps:
4)
Tap the Work Status on the left navigation bar to enter the Working Status interface.
5)
Check the working status of the keyboard.
Figure 7.15 Check Working Status
• Restoring Default Settings
Steps:
1)
Tap the Restore Default on the left navigation bar to enter the Restore Default interface.
Figure 7.16 Restore Default Settings
2)
Select the default type on your demand. Complete and Simple are selectable. Please refer to
Chapter 3.7 Restoring to Default Settings for the details of two default types.
• Importing/Exporting Configuration File
Steps:
1)
Tap the Import/Export Config. File on the left navigation bar to enter the Configuration File
Management interface.
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Figure 7.17 Import/Export Configuration File
2)
To import the configuration file, tap the Browse button and specify the directory of the file in the
pop-up box, and tap the Import button.
3)
To export the configuration file, tap the Export button and specify the saving directory of the
exported file.
For the first time use of the import/export configuration file function, a plug-in needs to be
installed. A hint will appear on the lower-half of the screen:” Please tap here to download and install
the plug-in. Close the browser when installing the plug-in.” Tap the hint and follow the pop-up
instruction to install the plug-in.
• Upgrading
Steps:
1)
Tap the Upgrade on the left navigation bar to enter the Upgrade interface.
Figure 7.18 Upgrade
2)
Tap the Browse to select the upgrade file directory in the pop-up box.
3)
Tap the Upgrade button to upgrade the keyboard.
7.2 Configuring by Operator
7.2.1 Login
Steps:
1.
Open WEB browser. Input the IP address of the keyboard (e.g., http://172.6.24.64) and click Enter.
2.
The system pops up a login interface. Input the User Name (operator) and Password.
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Figure 7.19 Operator Login
3.
Click Login to log in to the keyboard.
For the operator, if you have input the wrong password for 5 times, the keyboard will be locked for 30
minutes.
7.2.2 Device Management
Steps:
1.
Tap the Device List on the left navigation bar to enter the Device Management interface.
Figure 7.20 Device Management
2.
Select an encoding device and tap the
icon to enter the Stream Media interface to configure
stream media for the device.
Figure 7.21 Stream Media Settings
3.
Check the checkbox of Enable to enable the stream media.
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4.
Input the Server IP, Server Port and select the Server Protocol.
5.
Tap OK to save the settings.
7.2.3 Input Settings
Steps:
1.
Tap Input Settings on the left navigation bar to enter the Input Settings interface:
Figure 7.22 Input Settings
2.
You can edit the camera, add cameras to input groups and view the cameras supporting
channel-zero.
• Editing a Camera
Steps:
1)
Select a camera from the list and tap the
2)
You can edit its name, No., protocol and stream type.
icon to enter the Edit Camera interface.
Figure 7.23 Edit Camera
• Setting an Input Group
Steps:
1)
Tap the Input Group button to enter the Input Group interface.
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Figure 7.24 Input Group
2)
Select the Group No. and edit the cycle time in the given text filed, and tap Set button.
3)
Tap the Add Camera button to enter the Add Camera interface:
4)
Select the cameras from the list to be added to the group, and then tap Add.
Figure 7.25 Add Camera
5)
Return to the Input Group interface, and you can view the successfully added cameras for the
current group.
Figure 7.26 Input Group
• Viewing Cameras Supporting Channel-Zero
Tap the Channel-zero button to show the list of devices which support the Channel-zero function.
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Figure 7.27 List of Cameras Supporting Channel-Zero
7.2.4 Output Settings
Steps:
1.
Tap Output Settings on the left navigation bar to enter the Output Settings interface.
Figure 7.28 Output Settings
2.
You can edit the output channel, add output channels to output groups and set video wall or scene.
• Editing an Output Channel
Steps:
1)
Select an output channel from the list and tap the
2)
You can edit its output No..
icon to enter the Edit Output interface.
Figure 7.29 Edit Output Channel
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• Setting an Output Group
Tap the Output Group button to enter the Output Group interface to add an output group. Please
refer to the same operating steps in Chapter 7.2.3 Setting an Input Group section.
• Setting Video Wall/Scene
Steps:
1)
Tap the Video Wall/Scene button to enter the Video Wall/Scene Setting interface.
Figure 7.30 Video Wall/Scene Setting
2)
Tap the
icon to edit the video wall/scene No..
Figure 7.31 Edit Video Wall/Scene
7.2.5 AUX Functions
Steps:
1.
Tap the Aux Key on the left navigation bar to enter the Aux Key Settings interface:
Figure 7.32 Aux Key Settings
2.
On this interface, you can set the function of Aux Key 1 / Aux Key 2 to two-way audio, picture capture,
or video wall/scene switch.
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7.2.6 Network Performance Settings
Steps:
1.
Tap Performance on the left navigation bar to enter the Network Performance Settings interface.
2.
Set the network performance of local live view on keyboard. Five levels are selectable.
Figure 7.33 Network Performance Settings
7.2.7 FTP Server Settings
Steps:
1.
Tap FTP Setting on the left navigation bar to enter the FTP Settings interface.
Figure 7.34 FTP Settings
2.
Check the checkbox of Enable FTP.
3.
Input the IP address of the FTP server.
4.
Input the user name and password of login to the FTP server.
5.
Input the file path to which the video files and captured pictures are uploaded.
6.
Tap Save to save the settings.
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Chapter 8 Appendix
8.1 Specifications
Control Mode
TFT LCD Panel
IP-based
7” TFT LCD monitor with touch panel
Resolution: 800 × 480
Joystick
4-axis joystick
Audio
Input / Output
Line In
1-ch, 3.5 mm connector (2.0 Vp-p, 1 kΩ)
Audio Out
1-ch, 3.5 mm connector (Linear, 560 Ω)
Network Interface
1 10M/100M/1000M Ethernet interface
RS-232 Interface
1 RS-232 interface
RS-485 Interface
1 RS-485 interface
USB Interface
1, USB2.0 (for data storage and device
upgrade)
Power Supply
12 VDC
Power Consumption
≤ 15W
Working Temperature
-10°C to +55°C (14 ºF to 131º F)
Working Humidity
10% to 90%
Dimensions (W × D ×
H)
435 × 193 × 110 mm (17.1" × 7.6" × 4.3" in.)
Weight
2 Kg (4.4 lbs)
External
Interface
General
8.2 Upgrade by FTP
Enable the FTP service on PC and operate the following steps:
Steps:
1.
Open the wftp software, and then select Security->Users/rights option.
2.
Create new user.
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3.
Input the user name: target, password: target, and then tap OK to continue.
4.
Select the user name to target.
5.
Input the directory of the upgrade file in the text box of Home Directory, and then tap Done to start
system upgrading.
8.3 Version Update
Version 3.0.0
Updated features:
1.
Support activation of the keyboard and changing admin password locally and via WEB browser. Refer
to 3.1 Login and 7.1.1 Login.
2.
Support reminding you to change the password if the password is risky.
3.
The keyboard will be locked if the admin has input the wrong password for 7 times and if the operator
has input the wrong password for 5 times. Refer to 3.1 Login, 4.1 Login, 7.1.1 Login and 7.2.1 Login.
4.
In the device management for the admin and operator, devices are classified in three types, including
the encoding devices (IP cameras/domes, DVR/NVR, etc.), controlling devices (video wall controller,
etc.) and decoding devices. Refer to 3.4 Device Management and 4.2 Viewing Device List.
5.
Support importing/exporting camera list in the format of .xls. via WEB server. Refer to 7.1.5
Importing/Exporting Camera List.
6.
Support pressing PREV/NEXT key to switch to the previous or next camera via platform. Refer to
6.4.4 Displaying Video on Video Wall.
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Version 2.4.0
Updated features:
1.
Optimize the PTZ control.
2.
Support scene switch and displaying video on the floating window to the video wall for B20 MVC,
video wall controller and decoders such as 64HDI-T series. These types of devices are distinguished
by the segment No..
3.
Support the import/export of camera list as the .xls file via WEB browser.
4.
Optimize the access by VMS-VEZPRO platform. Support window floating on video wall.
5.
Support image switch of NVR with 256 channels.
6.
Only admin can activate the keyboard by setting a password when it is inactive. Any other operations
are unallowable except the activation.
Version 2.3.1
Updated features:
7.
Connectable to 64-ch NVR.
8.
Support video wall display control for decoder.
9.
Support Video Wall/Scene setting for output channel.
10. Support cycle time setting for input group.
11. Support Video Wall/ Scene switch by shortcut keys.
12. Calling pan-scan is supported by pressing Pattern key.
13. Support the export of input/output list as the .txt file by Configuration Tool.
Version 2.2.0 (New Joystick)
Updated features:
1.
Use the new pattern joystick.
2.
PTZ speed is configurable by menu settings instead of Aux key definition.
Version 2.2.0
Updated features:
1.
3 user accounts can be added for keyboard operation, and up to 1280 devices can be added to each
user account.
2.
Add the network device by DNS.
3.
Stream media settings can be copied to all encoders.
4.
Local live view by zero channel encoding.
5.
Add scene settings for the MVC system.
6.
Add the roaming window switch for the large screen display.
7.
Add the base picture settings for the large screen display.
8.
Add the local live view in VMS-VEZPRO platform.
9.
Add the playback in VMS-VEZPRO platform.
Version 2.1.0
Updated features:
1.
Save the login password on the Login interface for future use.
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2.
Support the control of analog matrix (via RS-232 serial port) by keyboard.
3.
Support the control of analog speed dome (via RS-485 serial port).
4.
Access by VMS-VEZPRO platform.
5.
Configuration by the keyboard configuration tool.
Version 2.0.0
Updated features:
1.
Add remote parameters configuration for encoding device.
2.
Add remote parameters configuration for decoding device.
3.
Configure keyboard parameters by WEB Server.
4.
Support local playback by USB file/ by time / by file.
5.
Support the control of MVC system by keyboard.
Version 1.1.0
Updated features:
1.
4-axis joystick, with the top central button used for capturing images.
2.
User can switch to the Operator login interface from the Admin User Management interface.
3.
User should input the password for unlocking the keyboard operation.
4.
View version information of keyboard.
5.
Configure network transmission performance for local live view.
6.
Configure stream media server.
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