caution to reduce the risk of electric shock, do

caution to reduce the risk of electric shock, do
CAUTION
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER.
NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
PLEASE REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
WARNING
TO PREVENT FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR
MOISTURE.
NOTE: 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 users will be required to correct the interference at their own expense.
FCC Caution: To assure continued compliance, use only shielded interface cables when connecting to computer or
peripheral devices. Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance
could void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.
This Class A digital apparatus meets all the requirements of the Canadian Interference Causing Equipment
Regulations.
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LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
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THIS PUBLICATION IS PROVIDED “AS IS” WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESS OR
IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTIBILITY, FITNESS
FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE, OR NON-INFRINGEMENT OF THE THIRD PARTY’S RIGHT.
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THIS PUBLICATION COULD INCLUDE TECHNICAL INACCUACIES OR TYPOGRAPHICAL ERRORS. CHANGES
ARE ADDED TO THE INFORMATION HEREIN, AT ANY TIME, FOR THE IMPROVEMENTS OF THIS
PUBLICATION AND/OR THE CORRESPONDING PRODUCT(S).
DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTY
IN NO EVENT SHALL THE SUPPLIER BE LIABLBE TO ANY PARTY OR ANY PERSON, EXCEPT FOR REPLACEMENT
OR REASONABLE MAINTENANCE OF THE PRODUCT, FOR THE CASES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE
FOLLOWINGS:
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ANY DAMAGE OR LOSS, INCLUDING BUT WITHOUT LIMITATION, DIRECT OR INDIRECT, SPECIAL,
CONSEQUENTIAL OR EXEMPLARY, ARISING OUT OF OR RELATING TO THE PRODUCT;
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PERSONAL INJURY OR ANY DAMAGE CAUSED BY INAPPROPRIATE USE OR NEGLIGENT OPERATION OF
THE USER;
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UNAUTHORIZED DISASSEMBLE, REPAIR OR MODIFICATION OF THE PRODUCT BY THE USER;
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ANY PROBLEM, CONSEQUENTIAL INCONVENIENCE, OR LOSS OR DAMAGE, ARISING OUT OF THE SYSTEM
COMBINED WITH THE DEVICES OF THE THIRD PARTY;
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ANY CLAIM OR ACTION FOR DAMAGES, BROUGHT BY ANY PERSON OR ORGANIZATION BEING A
PHOTOGENIC SUBJECT, DUE TO VIOLATION OF PRIVACY WITH THE RESULT OF THAT
SURVEILLANCE-CAMERA’S PICTURE, INCLUDING SAVED DATA, FOR SOME REASON, BECOMES PUBLIC OR
IS USED FOR THE PURPOSE OTHER THAN SURVEILLANCE.
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PRECAUTIONS
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Please refer all work related to the installation of this product to qualified service personnel or system installers.
Do not operate the appliance beyond its specified temperature, humidity or power source ratings.
Use the appliance at temperature within 0oC ~ +50oC (32oF ~ 122oF) and humidity below 85%.
The input power source for this appliance is DC/12V 5A.
Performance and lifetime of hard disk drives are easily affected by heat (used at high temperature). It is recommended to use
this appliance at temperature within +20oC ~ +30oC (68oF ~ 86oF)
Handle the hard disk drives with care.
It is possible to damage them if they are moved while their motors are still running. Do not move them just after turning the
power on or off (for around 30 seconds). Protect the hard disk drives from static electricity. Do not stack them or keep them
upright. Do not use an electric screwdriver to fix them.
Clean only with dry cloth.
Do not block any ventilation openings.
Do not use the appliance near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves or other apparatus that produce heat.
Protect the power cord from being stepped on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenient receptacles and the points where
they exit from the apparatus.
Do not drop metallic parts through slots. This could permanently damage the appliance. Turn the power off immediately and
contact qualified service personnel for service.
Handle the appliance with care. Do not strike or shake, as this may damage the appliance.
Do not expose the appliance to water or moisture, nor try to operate it in wet areas. Do take immediate action if the appliance
becomes wet. Turn the power off and refer servicing to qualified service personnel. Moisture may damage the appliance and
also cause electric shock.
Do not use strong or abrasive detergents when cleaning the appliance body. When the dirt is hard to remove, use a mild
detergent and wipe gently.
Do not overload outlets and extension cords as this may result in a risk of fire or electric shock.
Please make a note of your settings and save them. This will help when you are required to change the system configuration,
or when unexpected failure or trouble occurs.
Distributing, copying, disassembling, reverse compiling, reverse engineering, and also exporting in violation of export laws
of the software provided with this product, is expressly prohibited.
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Table of Contents
1. Product Overview···········································································································································································6
1.1 Features····················································································································································································6
2. Panels And Remote Controller······················································································································································8
2.1 Top Panel···················································································································································································8
2.2 Front Panel··············································································································································································10
2.3 Back Panel··············································································································································································12
2.4 Lateral Panel···········································································································································································14
2.5 Remote Controller··································································································································································14
3. Installations···················································································································································································15
3.1 Basic Connections···································································································································································15
3.2 Optional Connections······························································································································································16
4. Main Screen And Basic Operations············································································································································18
4.1 Text Input················································································································································································19
4.2 Login And Logout···································································································································································20
4.3 Basic Operations····································································································································································21
4.4 Digital Zoom···········································································································································································22
5. Menu Display················································································································································································24
5.1 Status Display·········································································································································································25
5.2 Video Adjustment···································································································································································26
5.3 VGA Display···········································································································································································27
5.4 Backup Device·······································································································································································28
5.5 Software Upgrade (Administrator) ········································································································································31
5.6 System Shutdown (Administrator) ········································································································································32
6. Setup (Administrator) ·································································································································································33
6.1 Pre-Camera Setup···································································································································································34
6.2 Camera Setup·········································································································································································35
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6.2.1 Video Loss Setup····························································································································································38
6.2.2 Motion Setup·································································································································································40
6.3 Alarm Setup············································································································································································44
6.4 SEQ Display Setup································································································································································46
6.5 Scheduled Record Setup·······················································································································································48
6.6 HDD Setup············································································································································································50
6.6.1 HDD Format/Clear···························································································································································52
6.7 Password Setup·······································································································································································54
6.8 System Setup··········································································································································································55
6.9 RS-232/422/485 Setup····························································································································································57
6.10 Network Setup··································································································································································59
6.10.1 E-mail Setup···································································································································································61
6.10.2 Advanced Network Setup··············································································································································63
7. PTZ Control···················································································································································································64
8. Search/Playback/Archive (Administrator/Supervisor) ···········································································································67
8.1 Search By Time·····································································································································································68
8.2 Search By Event / Log Display·············································································································································70
8.3 Search Archived Files····························································································································································72
8.4 Playback/Archive For Search By Time·································································································································73
8.5 Playback/Archive For Search By Event································································································································76
8.6 Playback For Archived Files··················································································································································76
9. Remote Access···············································································································································································77
10. PDA/Mobile Phone Remote Access···········································································································································85
Appendix
Appendix
Appendix
Appendix
Appendix
A--MS-Windows HEM player·········································································································································86
B--The mouse operation interface reference····················································································································91
C--Specifications······························································································································································95
D--Time Zone Table·························································································································································98
E--Recording Table·························································································································································101
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1. Product Overview
The H.264 digital video/audio recorders are designed for a surveillance system, and are a combination of a hard disk recorder,
a video multiplexer, and a web server. To achieve the highest inter-connectivity and inter-operability, this series of digital
video/audio recorders are all based on industry-leading front-end to back-end surveillance infrastructure. With state-of-the-art
system architecture, powerful compression/decompression engine, and intelligent recording algorithms, sixfold operation can
be easily achieved without sacrificing the increasing demands of functionality, performance, reliability, and availability in the
surveillance industry.
1.1 Features
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Up to 4 color and/or B/W cameras can be connected
H.264 Baseline Profile video compression/decompression with configurable quality
ADPCM audio compression/decompression
Real sixfold operation - simultaneous record, live, playback, backup, control, & remote access
Record capabilities –
Full-D1: up to 30 (NTSC) / 25 (PAL) IPS (Images Per Second)
Half-D1: up to 60 (NTSC) / 50 (PAL) IPS
CIF:
up to 120 (NTSC) / 100 (PAL) IPS
Playback capabilities –
Full-D1: up to 30 (NTSC) / 25 (PAL) IPS
Half-D1: up to 60 (NTSC) / 50 (PAL) IPS
CIF:
up to 120 (NTSC) / 100 (PAL) IPS
Realtime live display, 30 (NTSC) / 25 (PAL) IPS, for each channel
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Event recording, time-lapse recording or both
Playback search by time or event (alarm, motion, & video loss)
Versatile display formats: full-screen and 4 split windows
Digital zoom, X2 & X4
Intelligent motion detection with programmable area and sensitivity
Powerful alarm processor with configurable triggering conditions and reactions
One 3.5"hard disk drive
Video/audio backup to SD card or USB2.0 storage devices,
Ethernet interface for remote access through web browser, remote alarm notification, remote setup, and remote software
upgrade
PTZ control capabilities
Multi-lingual support
Multi-level password to ensure high degree of security
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2. Panels and Remote Controller
2.1 Top panel
Function of the top panel
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POWER ———Turn on / off the LCD monitor.
MENU/ENTER — Press the key to configure of the LCD monitor
RIGHT/+ ———Move the prompt of the parameters on the screen or increase value.
LEFT/- ———Move the prompt of the parameters on the screen or reduce value.
AUTO/ESC ——— Press the key to exit the configuration of the LCD monitor.
Menu Interface
If you need to adjust the parameters of the LCD monitor, you can press “Menu/ENTER”. The menu will be displayed on the LCD
screen. Then press “LEFT/-” or “RIGHT/+” to move the cursor leftwards or rightwards to select the option that user wants to
modify. Then, press “LEFT/-” or “RIGHT/+” to increase value or reduce value. After finished the setting, press the “AUTO/ESC”
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BRIGHTNESS : 0 ~ 100
CONTRAST : 0~ 100
SATURATION : 0~ 100
COLOR TEMP :
5000K/6500K/7500K
OSD LANGUAGE:
ENGLISH/CHINESE
OSD TIME: display time
FACTORY RESET : YES/NO
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VOLUME: 0~100
EXIT
2.2 Front Panel
1.
LEDs
Indicators for POWER, HDD access indication.
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Alpha-numeric Buttons (1-4)
Press these buttons for camera selection in most of the circumstances.
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MENU / ESC Button
Press this button to display the main menu or escape to the upper level display.
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Remote IR PORT
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MODE Button
Press this button to toggle between live mode and playback mode in main screen display. In some dialogs, this button
is used as a miscellaneous function key.
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Split Windows (+/-)Buttons
In split-window display, press these buttons for next/previous split-window display.
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In the others, press these buttons
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Copy(
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Press this button to copy the playback images to the storage device connected to the SD slot or USB port.
button again to stop copying. In some dialogs, this button is used as a miscellaneous function key.
Press this
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Press this button to play the recorded images, or pause the playback.
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Stop (
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Press this button to stop the playback. While not playing in main screen display, press this button to enter/exit PTZ
control if the focus camera is a PTZ camera.
10. Up/BS Button (▲/BS)
Press this button to move the cursor or focus window in most circumstances.
up the camera. In text editing mode, this button is used as “backspace” key.
In PTZ control, press this button to tilt
11. Down/DEL Button (▼/DEL)
Press this button to move the cursor or focus window in most circumstances. In PTZ control, press this button to tilt
down the camera. In text editing mode, this button is used as “del” key. In playback mode, press this button for
single step.
12. Left Buttons (◄◄)
In PTZ control, press these buttons to pan the camera. In playback mode, press these buttons for fast backward.
the other screens, press these buttons to move the cursor or focus window.
13. Right Buttons (►►)
In PTZ control, press these buttons to pan the camera. In playback mode, press these buttons for fast forward.
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2.3 Back Panel
1.
Video Input Connectors (1-4)
Connect system cameras to these BNC connectors.
2.
Video Output Connectors
Connect TV monitors to the BNC connector for other monitor display.
3.
Audio Input /output Connectors
These RCA connectors accept line-in audio signals supplied from external devices such as microphone amplifiers.
These connectors supply line-out audio signals to external devices such as speakers. Recorded audio will be supplied
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4.
RS-485 Connector/ Alarm Output Connectors/ Alarm Input Connectors
Connect this connector to RS-485 compatible PTZ camera(s). Please refer to the manuals come with the RS-485
compatible devices for the correct settings.
(ALARM OUT 1-2)
Connect these connectors to 1 Normally Closed (NC) alarm outputs (1) and 1 Normally Open (NO) alarm outputs (2).
(ALARM IN 1-4)
Connect these connectors to external devices such as sensors or door switches.
5.
Ethernet Connector
Connect this unit to a 10/100Base-T Ethernet network through this port.
6.
Mouse plug port
For mouse connection.
7.
Power Cord Inlet (POWER IN)
For DC-IN model, connect DC 12V-5A power source to DVR.
8.
Power Switch (POWER)
Turn the power of this unit on/off.
9.
The Position of Installing HDD
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2.4 Lateral Panel
USB Port (For Backup)
2.5 Remote Controller
The remote controller is an optional accessory to ease the user’s operations. You can do all the operations by the remote
controller instead of the buttons on the front panel. The effective distance is about 10 meters without any obstacle.
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1.
The Buttons
Each of these buttons corresponds to one of those buttons on the front panel. Please refer to the description in Section
2.2.
3. Installations
The installations described below should be made by qualified service personnel or system installers.
3.1 Basic Connections
Please refer to the following diagram for the connections.
Please make sure to set the NTSC/PAL Selector Switch on the back panel according to the local TV system for the
system to work correctly.
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Cameras
Connect the camera video input connectors to the video outputs from system cameras or other composite video sources
via coaxial cables.
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Main monitor
Connect the main monitor output or connect other TV monitor
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Hard disk drive
Make sure to install one hard disk (Max. storage size 500GB) inside the DVR. Please set the HDD as master. The
steps are as below:
1.
2.
Power off the machine, and then use a screwdriver to uncover it.
Use a screwdriver to fix the HDD (3.5") as shown.
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3.
Connect the cables (3.5"HDD) as shown.
4.
Cover the machine.
Note: The HDD must be formatted before it can be used to record video/audio. Please refer to Section 6.6.1 to
format the HDD.
Power
For AC-IN model (Half-size DVR), plug 115 or 230 VAC power source into the power socket. For DC-IN model,
connect DC 12V power source to V+/V-.
3.2 Optional Connections
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Audio inputs
Connect the audio input connectors to the audio line-outs from system cameras or other audio sources. Please make sure
to associate the audio inputs with the cameras in Camera Setup as described in Section 6.2 accordingly.
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Audio outputs
Connect the audio output connectors to the audio line-ins from speakers.
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Alarm inputs
Connect the alarm inputs to NC and/or NO type of alarm signals. Please make sure to setup the alarm configurations as
described in Section 6.3 accordingly.
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Alarm outputs
Connect the alarm output #1 to NC type of alarm signal, alarm output #2 to NO type of alarm signals.
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Ethernet
Connect the Ethernet connector to a standard twisted-pair Ethernet cable for remote access via LAN or internet.
make sure to setup the related configurations as described in Section 6.10 Network Setup.
Please
„
USB 2.0 disk drives, card reader, etc.
If the user wants to use USB2.0 peripheral device to retrieve important recorded images and/or audio, please connect it
to the USB port connector.
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I/R remote controller
The user may use I/R remote controller to control the digital video/audio recorder.
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PTZ Cameras
Connect the RS-485 connector to PTZ camera(s) via the appropriate cable. The system supports a variety of different
PTZ cameras, including Pelco D protocol Dome, SamSung SCC-641P, etc. But different PTZ cameras can coexist in a
system only if they support the same protocol. Please make sure to set the PTZ ID of the camera(s), and setup the
camera (RS-422/485 (Section 6.9) accordingly.
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4. Main Screen And Basic Operations
The split-window screen, as shown above, is the main screen after system startup. 36%
There are two types of split-window
screens, including 1-Window and 4-Window. The system will remember the last one before normal shutdown (as described
in Section 5.6) of the system. In addition to the split windows, the system time is displayed on the lower-left corner, the
system states on the lower-right corner, and the rolling screen messages, if shown while certain event occurs, on the lower
corner.
The system states, from right to left, are described as the followings:
(1) Normal recording percentage,
(2) Alarm recording percentage,
(3) Mute state – speaker icon shown for not mute, not shown for mute,
(4) X2 state – X1, X2, or X4,
(5) Manual record ON/OFF – REC icon shown for ON,
(6) Backup state – Backup icon shown for backup,
(7) SEQ display ON/OFF or playback state – SEQ icon shown for SEQ display ON, other icons for different playback states.
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4.1 Text Input (Please match with a remote control usage)
There are certain circumstances that the system requires the user to enter text, such as system login, camera title setup, and so
on. Please follow the steps below to enter text:
(1) Press ENTER to edit the highlighted option. The flashing cursor will be shown to indicate the editing point. Besides, a
keypad hint will be shown as below.
(2) Press ◄► to move the cursor to the left/right.
(3) Press code in text editing mode to change text case. (If this entry can accept number only, pressing code will have no
effects.) Indicators on the screen show the current setting:
123 = Number only
abc = No capital letters
ABC = All capital letters
CODE = Internal code for the selected language, such as Chinese, Japanese, etc.
(4) Press a number key (1-9, 0) repeatedly until the character you want appears. (1 for 1 or space, 2 for 2, a/A, b/B, or c/C,
for 5, j/J, k/K, l/L, MUTE for 6, m/M, n/N, o/O, the others as shown on the keypad hint) If internal CODE is
selected, a CODE line will be added (after the first code is entered) for each new code to be entered. Please check the
internal code table for the selected language. For 2-byte code, e.g. Chinese or Japanese, the code accepted is from 0000 FFFF.
(5) Press mark to bring up a list of punctuation marks and special characters. The highlighted character in the list shows the
selected one. Press ▲▼◄► to change the selection.
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(6) If you make a mistake, press BS to remove the character to the left of the cursor, or press DEL to delete the character at
the current cursor position.
(7) In text editing mode, internal code box, and mark list, press ENTER to exit and save changes, press ESC to exit without
making changes.
4.2 Login And Logout
There are three password levels in the system, including Administrator (highest), Supervisor, and Operator (lowest). If the
user does not login the system, he/she will be treated as “Guest” and can only view live video display.
The system allows up to 18 user accounts. The administrator can set up the login name and password for each user. (Please
refer to Section 6.7 for Password Setup.)
The Operator can operate live video display, the Supervisor live video display, image playback and archive, and the
Administrator everything.
To login/logout the system, press MENU in split-window display
to call up Menu display, and then press ENTER when the
highlighted option is Login/Logout to enter Login/Logout display
as shown.
In Login/Logout display, follow the Text Input method described
in Section 4.1 to enter the Login name and Password, press ▲▼
to highlight and select Login option, and then press ENTER to
login the system. If the user wants to logout the system, just press
▲▼ to highlight and select Logout option, and then press ENTER. Press ESC to exit without making changes.
There is one factory-preset login name/password aa/11 at Administrator level. The user can use it to login the system for the
first time.
Should the user have forgotten all the administrator-level passwords, please contact the local dealer or installer to
recover from it.
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4.3 Basic Operations
The basic user’s operations after he/she has logged into the system are described below:
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Numeric
Press these buttons to switch to the full-window display for the camera.
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Alarm Reset
Press this button to cancel alarm activation, i.e. reset the alarm outputs and silence the buzzer.
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MODE (Administrator/Supervisor)
In split-window display, press this button to change circularly the live/playback mode for the focus window and the
other windows that form a rectangle on the screen.
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SEQ
Press this button to switch to or return from SEQ display mode. In SEQ display mode, each page in the sequence will be
shown for the preset page dwelling time sequentially, and SEQ icon will be shown on the lower-right corner of the
screen.
„
SEARCH (Administrator/Supervisor)
In split-window display, press this button to display the search menus. The system will remember the last one the user
chose.
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REC
Press this button to force manual recording. To stop manual recording, press it again. All cameras will be recorded as if
the scheduled record is A/V, and REC icon will be shown on the lower-right corner of the screen if manual recording is
ON.
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MENU / ESC
In split-window display, press this button to display the versatile menu.
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Stop ( ) / PTZ
In split-window display, press this button to enter PTZ control mode if the focus camera is a PTZ camera.
„
X2
In full screen display, press this button to enter Digital Zoom mode. Please refer to Section 4.4 Digital Zoom for the
detailed operations in Digital Zoom mode.
„
▲▼◄►
Press these buttons to move focus. The title of the camera for the focus window is highlighted as shown on the screen.
„
MUTE
Press this button to mute/not mute the audio.
„
+/Press these buttons to circulate up/down among the available split-window displays.
4.4 Digital Zoom
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The system supports X2/X4 Digital Zoom function. To use this function, press X2 button in full screen display to enter
Digital Zoom mode. There will be a zoom window shown in the video window as shown. The zoom window (a) will always
be shown at zoom factor X1, (b) can be shown or hidden at zoom factor X2, and (c) will never be shown at zoom factor X4.
The operations in Digital Zoom mode are as below:
„
▲▼◄►
Press these buttons to
(a) move the zoom window if it’s shown in the video window, or
(b) navigate the video window around if the zoom factor is X2 or X4.
„
ENTER
Press this button to zoom in the zoom window, from X1 to X2 or from X2 to X4, if the zoom window is shown in the
video window.
„
X2
Press this button to
(a) show/hide the zoom window if the current zoom factor is X1/X2, or
(b) zoom out the video window back to zoom factor X1 if the current zoom factor is X4.
„
ESC
Press this button to escape from Digital Zoom mode, and return to normal full screen display. The video window will
always return to zoom factor X1.
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5. Menu Display
In split-window display, press MENU to call up Menu display as shown.
There are a variety of displays under Menu display. In Menu display and all
the subsequent displays, the items enabled are shown in black-colored text, and
those disabled in white-colored text. Please refer to Appendix B for the
Structure Of Menu Displays. Please refer to Section 4.2 for Login/Logout
display.
The user’s operations are described as the followings:
„
▲▼
Press these buttons to change the highlighted item.
„
ENTER
Press this button to enter the detailed display of the highlighted option. For the details of each option, please refer to the
following sections.
„
ESC
Press this button to escape from Menu display, and return to split-window display.
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5.1 Status Display
In Menu display, press ▲▼ to change the highlighted option to Status, and then press ENTER to call up Status display as
shown.
Status display includes Alarm Recording Status, Normal Recording Status, Camera Status, Alarm Input Status, Product Serial
Number, and Product Version Number. Press ESC to escape from Status display, and return to Menu display.
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5.2 Video Adjustment
In Menu display, press ▲▼ to change the highlighted option to Video Adjustment, and then press ENTER to call up Video
Adjustment display as shown.
There are 4 items which can be adjusted, including Brightness, Contrast, Hue, and Saturation. The operations are as below:
„
▲▼
Press these buttons to select the items.
„
Numeric
Press these buttons to change the camera.
„
+/Press these buttons to adjust the selected item.
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„
SEQ
Press this button to reset the settings for this camera to factory default values.
„
CALL
Press this button to reset the settings for all cameras to factory default values.
„
MODE
Press this button to restore the values.
„
ESC
Press this button to escape from this screen, and return to Menu display. The settings will be saved for future reference.
5.3 VGA Display
In Menu display, press ▲▼ to change the highlighted option to VGA Display, and then press ENTER to call up VGA
Display dialog as shown.
There are 5 items which can be adjusted, including Resolution (1280x1024, 1024x768, 800x600, 640x480), Brightness,
Contrast, Hue, and Saturation. The operations are as below:
„
▲▼
Press these buttons to select the items.
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„
+/Press these buttons to adjust the selected item.
„
MODE
Press this button to restore Brightness, Contrast, Hue, and Saturation to factory default values.
„
ESC
Press this button to escape from this screen, and return to Menu display. If the contents have been modified, a Save
dialog will be shown to ask the user to save the changes, press ENTER to exit and save, ESC to exit without saving.
5.4 Backup Device
In Menu display, press ▲▼ to change the highlighted option to Backup Device, and then press ENTER to call up Backup
Device display as shown below.
The system supports SD card(Apply only 36284) and a variety of USB 2.0 storage devices, including Storage Disk Drives
The operations are as below:
„
▲▼◄►
Press these buttons to select the items.
„
ESC
Press this button to escape from this screen, and return to previous display.
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„
Connect/Disconnect – If the backup device is disconnected (as shown in Current Status), please plug the device in one
of the backup ports (USB or SD) and/or insert a DVD for DVD device, and then press ENTER to command the system
to connect with it. If the device is already connected (EX. R/W - Read/write, as shown in Current Status), please press
ENTER to command the system software to disconnect with the device, and then unplug the device from the backup
port.
Note 1: DO NOT format the DVD disc for better performance and compatibility.
Note 2: Before using USB pen drive, please format it to FAT32 file system by MS-Windows; for SD card, please
format it to FAT file system.
Note 3: The backup device has to be connected by the system software before it can be used to read/write.
Note 4: Some backup devices may have compatibility problems. Please contact your local dealer or installer for the
supported devices.
Note 5: Please DO NOT unplug the backup device when it’s connected, or the system may become abnormal or even
hang up.
„
Backup
Press ENTER when this item is selected to backup the configurations of this unit to the corresponding device.
„
Restore
Press ENTER when this item is selected to restore the configuration files in the corresponding backup device to this
unit.
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Some USB 2.0 Devices Tested
USB-Storage Enclosures 5.25” –
Macpower’s Alumni Prefect USB 2.0 - PF-U2MS
USB-Disk Storage –
Transcend’s JetFlash 150/V60 Series
Apacer’s Handy Steno AH220
Pretec’s i-Disk Wave 512M-Black
Kingston’s DataTraveler USB Flash Driver(DTI/512FE)
SanDisk’s Cruzer micro USB Flash Driver
Sony’s MICRO VAULT Classic Series
Some SD Cards Tested
Transcend’s TS1GSDC Series – SD memory card 1GB
Toshiba’s SD-M01GR3W Series – SD memory card 1GB
SanDisk’s SDSDB-1024-P60 Series – SD memory card 1GB
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5.5 Software Upgrade (Administrator)
In Menu display, press ▲▼ to change the highlighted option to Software Upgrade, and then press ENTER to call up
Software Upgrade display as shown.
The operations are as below:
„ ▲▼◄►
Press these buttons to select the items.
„
ESC
Press this button to escape from this screen, and return to Menu display.
Following is a brief description for each item and its specific operations:
„ Backup Device – press ENTER to call up Backup Device dialog (if there’s no backup device connected).
„
Disk Storage – to select the disk storage to upgrade. Press +/- buttons to select the available storage.
„
Upgrade File – press ENTER to start the upgrade process when the highlighted file is a correct upgrade file. A
confirmation dialog will be shown on the screen, press ENTER to confirm to upgrade the system software.
Note : After the software is upgraded, the system will restart immediately. The split window display will be shown
after restart, please wait a moment.
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5.6 System Shutdown (Administrator)
In Menu display, press ▲▼ to change the highlighted option to Shutdown, and then press ENTER to shutdown the system.
A confirmation dialog will be shown on the screen, press ENTER to confirm the shutdown. The system will save all the files
and all the states, and then display a power-off message in the rolling screen message area. The user may power off the
system safely when the power-off message is shown.
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6. Setup (Administrator)
In Menu display, press ▲▼ to change the highlighted option to Setup, and then press
ENTER to call up Setup Menu display as shown. (To enter Setup Menu display of the
system, please login as Administrator first.)
The user’s operations are described as the followings:
„ ▲▼
Press these buttons to change the highlighted item.
„
ENTER
Press this button to enter the setup of the highlighted option. For the details of
each option, please refer to the following sections.
„
ESC
Press this button to escape from Setup Menu display, and return to Menu display.
If the user wants to reset all the settings to factory default values, he/she may press ▲▼ to change the highlighted option to
Factory Defaults, and then press ENTER. A confirmation dialog will be shown, press ENTER again to make the changes,
ESC to not do it.
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6.1 Pre-Camera Setup
In Setup Menu display, press ▲▼ to change the highlighted option to Pre-Camera, and then press ENTER to call up
Pre-Camera Setup display as shown.
There are up to 4 cameras which can be connected to the system. The Pre-Camera Setup allows the administrator to define
some fundamental attributes for all the installed cameras.
The general operations are as below:
„
▲▼◄►
Press these buttons to select the items.
„
Numeric
Press these buttons to select the camera.
„
ESC
Press this button to escape from this screen, and return to Setup Menu display. If the contents have been modified, a
Save dialog will be shown to ask the user to save the changes, press ENTER to exit and save, ESC to exit without
saving.
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Following is a brief description for each item and its specific operations:
„
REC Resolution – the record resolution for all the cameras in the system. For NTSC, it can be 720x480, 720x240, or
360x240; for PAL, 720x576, 720x288, or 360x288. Press +/- buttons to select the resolution.
„
Installed – whether this camera is installed or not. If installed, the following items will be settable. Press ENTER or +/to check/uncheck this item. The default setting is “ˇ” - checked.
„
Watermark
„
PTZ ID – the PTZ ID of this camera if it’s a PTZ camera. The PTZ ID has to be consistent with the setting of this
camera. Please refer to the manual of the camera for the ID setting. Press +/- buttons to change the value (N/A or 0-255).
The default setting is “N/A” – Not Available, which means that it’s not a PTZ camera.
Press ENTER buttons to change the value
6.2 Camera Setup
In Setup Menu display, press ▲▼ to change the highlighted option to Camera, and then press ENTER to call up Camera
Setup display as shown.
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The Camera Setup allows the administrator to define the attributes for each camera. There are up to 4 cameras which can be
connected to the system.
The general operations are as below:
„
▲▼◄►
Press these buttons to select the items. The display will scroll left/right if the selected item is not shown on the screen.
„
Numeric
Press these buttons to select the camera.
„
COPY (
)
Press this button to copy all the settings - excluding detailed Motion settings, Video Loss settings, Title/Audio - of the
focus camera to all the following cameras. (EX. focus camera is 1, its settings will be copied to those of cameras 2-4.)
„
ESC
Press this button to escape from this screen, and return to Setup Menu display. If the Save dialog is shown, press
ENTER to exit and save, ESC to exit without saving.
Following is a brief description for each item and its specific operations:
„
Title – The title (Max. 8 characters) of this camera. Please follow the Text Input method described in Section 4.1 to
modify this item.
„
Video Loss Settings.. – used to setup the action settings when video loss is detected for this camera. Press ENTER in
Settings.. to call up Video Loss Setup display for the camera. Please refer to Section 6.2.1 for the details.
„
Motion Detection – whether the motion detection of this camera is enabled or not. Press ENTER or +/- to
check/uncheck this item. The default setting is “ˇ” - checked.
„
Motion Settings.. – used to setup the motion settings for this camera. Press ENTER in Settings.. to call up Motion
Setup display for the camera. Please refer to Section 6.2.2 for the details.
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„
Covert – covert or not. If the camera is covert, the video of this camera can only be seen if the user has logged in as
Administrator. Press ENTER or +/- to check/uncheck this item. The default setting is “–” - unchecked.
„
Call By Event – whether to switch the call monitor to the video of this camera if certain event occurs for this camera.
There are 4 options, including Off, Motion, Alarm, Both (Motion & Alarm). Press +/- buttons to select one.
„
Dwell Time – the dwell time if Call By Event is set to Motion, Alarm, or Both. Press +/- buttons to adjust the value
(3-60 seconds, discrete).
„
Audio – the AUDIO IN corresponding to this camera. If selected, the audio data for the selected AUDIO IN will be
recorded with the video data for this camera. Press +/- buttons to select none (N/A) or the AUDIO Inputs (1/2). The
default setting is “N/A”.
„
Record Quality – the record quality for this camera. Press +/- buttons to select the value (1-9, with 1 the lowest (rough)
quality, 9 the highest (fine) quality).
„
Event Record IPS – the IPS (Images Per Second) for this camera if certain event (Motion, Alarm) occurs for this
camera. This camera will be recorded at this rate for Post-record time since the event occurs. (Please refer to the
following sections for Post-record time.) Press +/- buttons to select the value (0 – 25 (PAL) / 30 (NTSC), discrete).
„
Pre-record IPS – the pre-record IPS for this camera if certain event (Video Loss, Motion, Alarm) occurs for this camera.
This camera is recorded at this rate for Pre-record time before the event occurs. (Please refer to the following sections
for Pre-record time.) Press +/- buttons to select the value (0 – Event Record IPS for this camera, discrete). Please note
that the total Event Record IPS / Pre-record IPS should not exceed the system recording capacity (NTSC: 120/CIF,
60/Half-D1, 30/Full-D1; PAL: 100/CIF, 50/Half-D1, 25/Full-D1), or the system will lower the actual rate automatically
at recording.
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Normal Record IPS – the normal record IPS for this camera. This camera will be recorded at this rate if no event
occurs. Press +/- buttons to select the value (0 – Pre-record IPS for this camera, discrete).
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6.2.1 Video Loss Setup
In Camera Setup, press ENTER to call up Video Loss Setup of the selected camera as shown when the highlighted option is
Video Loss Settings of the camera to setup. The Video Loss Setup allows the administrator to define how the system
responds to the detected video loss for the camera.
The general operations are as below:
„
▲▼
Press these buttons to select the items.
„
Numeric
Press these buttons to select the camera.
„
COPY (
)
Press this button to copy the Video Loss settings of the focus camera to all the following cameras. (EX. focus camera is
1, its Video Loss settings will be copied to those of cameras 2-4.)
„
ESC
Press this button to escape from this screen, and return to Camera Setup display. If the Save dialog is shown, press
ENTER to exit and save, ESC to exit without saving.
Following is a brief description for each item and its specific operations:
„
Duration – response duration to define at most how long (in seconds) the Alarm Out relay and the Buzzer will keep
being triggered after video loss is detected for this camera. However, the Alarm Out relay and the Buzzer will be reset
immediately once the camera returns to normal. Press +/- buttons to adjust the value (3-60 seconds, discrete).
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Pre-record – to define how long before video loss is detected this camera shall be intensively recorded at Pre-record
IPS. Press +/- buttons to adjust the value (0-10 seconds, discrete). Please note that the actual pre-record time may be
shorter than the value set if the total size of the pre-record pictures exceeds the pre-record buffer size of the system.
„
Alarm Out – to define which Alarm Output will be triggered when video loss of this camera is detected. Press +/buttons to select none (N/A) or one of the Alarm Outputs (1-2).
„
Buzzer – to activate the internal Buzzer or not when video loss of this camera is detected.
check/uncheck this item. The default setting is “ˇ” - checked.
„
Log – to log to event logs or not. Press ENTER or +/- to check/uncheck this item. The default setting is “ˇ” - checked.
„
Screen Message – to display the event message on the screen or not. Press ENTER or +/- to check/uncheck this item.
The default setting is “ˇ” - checked.
„
E-mail – to send the event e-mail to remote station or not. The e-mail will be sent to the predefined receivers at the
moment when the event is triggered. Press ENTER or +/- to check/uncheck this item. The default setting is “–” unchecked.
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Press ENTER or +/- to
6.2.2 Motion Setup
In Camera Setup, press ENTER to call up Motion Setup as shown when the highlighted option is Motion Settings.. of the
camera to setup. The Motion setup allows the administrator to define how the system responds to the detected motion for the
camera.
The general operations are as below:
„
▲▼
Press these buttons to select the items.
„
Numeric
Press these buttons to select the camera.
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„
COPY (
)
Press this button to copy the Motion settings, including Detection settings, of the focus camera to all the following
cameras. (EX. focus camera is 1, its Motion settings will be copied to those of cameras 2-4.)
„
ESC
Press this button to escape from this screen, and return to Camera Setup display. If the Save dialog is shown, press
ENTER to exit and save, ESC to exit without saving.
Following is a brief description for each item and its specific operations:
„
Duration – response duration to define at most how long (in seconds) the Alarm Out relay and the Buzzer will keep
being triggered after motion is detected for this camera. However, the Alarm Out relay and the Buzzer will be reset
immediately once the camera returns to normal. Press +/- buttons to adjust the value (3-60 seconds, discrete).
„
Goto Preset – to define the preset position to go to if motion is detected and this camera is a PTZ camera. For more
details about preset locations, please refer to Chapter 7 PTZ Control.
„
Pre-record – to define how long before motion is detected this camera shall be intensively recorded at Pre-record IPS.
Press +/- buttons to adjust the value (0-10 seconds, discrete). Please note that the actual pre-record time may be
shorter than the value set if the total size of the pre-record pictures exceeds the pre-record buffer size of the system.
„
Post-record – to define how long after motion is detected this camera shall be intensively recorded at Event Record IPS.
Press +/- buttons to adjust the value (0 second - 60 minutes, discrete).
„
Alarm Out – to define which Alarm Output will be triggered when motion of this camera is detected. Press +/- buttons
to select none (N/A) or one of the Alarm Outputs (1-2).
„
Buzzer – to activate the internal Buzzer or not when motion of this camera is detected. Press ENTER or +/- to
check/uncheck this item. The default setting is “ˇ” - checked.
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„
Log – to log to event logs or not. Press ENTER or +/- to check/uncheck this item. The default setting is “ˇ” - checked.
„
Screen Message – to display the event message on the screen or not. Press ENTER or +/- to check/uncheck this item.
The default setting is “ˇ” - checked.
„
E-mail – to send the event e-mail to remote station or not. The e-mail will be sent to the predefined receivers when the
event is triggered. Press ENTER or +/- to check/uncheck this item. The default setting is “–” - unchecked.
„
Detection Settings.. – used to setup the motion detection settings, including detection area and sensitivity, when motion
is detected for this camera. Press ENTER in Settings.. to call up Motion Detection Setup (as shown) for this camera. In
Motion Detection Setup, the video area is divided into many small grids, and the area with transparent grids is the area
which will be detected for motion, while gray grids not detected for motion. Besides, there is a (green) Mask window.
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Following is a brief description for the operations:
„
Numeric
Press these buttons to select the camera.
„
▲▼◄►
Press these buttons to move the Mask window.
„
+/Press these buttons to resize the Mask window.
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ENTER
Press this button to set/reset the area under the Mask window.
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MODE
Press this button to set/reset the whole video area.
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SEQ
Press this button to decrease the sensitivity, from 10 – 1, for the motion detection of this camera.
„
CALL
Press this button to increase the sensitivity, from 1 – 10, for the motion detection of this camera.
„
SEARCH
Press this button to test the motion detection of this camera. The detected motion will be shown on the screen.
Press this button again to stop testing.
„
ESC
Press this button to escape from Motion Detection Setup, and return to Motion Setup.
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6.3 Alarm Setup
In Setup Menu display, press ▲▼ to change the highlighted option to Alarm, and then press ENTER to call up Alarm Setup
display as shown. The Alarm Setup allows the administrator to define the attributes for each alarm input, and the actions if
it’s triggered. There are up to 4 alarm inputs which can be connected to the system.
The general operations are as below:
„
▲▼◄►
Press these buttons to select the items.
„
Numeric
Press these buttons to select the alarm input.
„
COPY (
)
Press this button to copy the settings of the focus alarm input to all the following alarm inputs.
is 1, its settings will be copied to those of alarm inputs 2-4.)
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(EX. focus alarm input
„
ESC
Press this button to escape from this screen, and return to Setup Menu display. If the Save dialog is shown, press
ENTER to exit and save, ESC to exit without saving.
Following is a brief description for each item and its specific operations:
„
Normal State – press +/- buttons to select N/A, Close or Open. Please check the signal type, normally close or
normally open, connected to the alarm input terminal on the rear panel of the system. If there’s no signal connected,
please select N/A – Not Available, and the following items will not be settable. The default setting is Open.
„
Focus Camera – the camera corresponding to this alarm input.
„
Duration – response duration to define at most how long (in seconds) the Alarm Out relay and the Buzzer will keep
being triggered after this alarm input is triggered. However, the Alarm Out relay and the Buzzer will be reset
immediately once this alarm input returns to normal. Press +/- buttons to adjust the value (3-60 seconds, discrete).
„
Goto Preset – to define the preset position to go to for the Focus Camera if this alarm input is triggered and the Focus
Camera is a PTZ camera. For more details about preset locations, please refer to Chapter 7 PTZ Control.
„
Pre-record – to define how long before this alarm input is triggered the Focus Camera shall be intensively recorded at
Pre-record IPS. Press +/- buttons to adjust the value (0-10 seconds, discrete). Please note that the actual pre-record time
may be shorter than the value set if the total size of the pre-record pictures exceeds the pre-record buffer size of the
system.
„
Post-record – to define how long after this alarm input is triggered the Focus Camera shall be intensively recorded at
Event Record IPS. Press +/- buttons to adjust the value (0 second - 60 minutes, discrete).
„
Alarm Out – to define which Alarm Output will be triggered when this alarm input is triggered. Press +/- buttons to
select none (N/A) or one of the Alarm Outputs (1-2).
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Buzzer – to activate the internal Buzzer or not when this alarm input is triggered. Press ENTER or +/- to
check/uncheck this item. The default setting is “ˇ” - checked.
„
Log – to log to event logs or not. Press ENTER or +/- to check/uncheck this item. The default setting is “ˇ” - checked.
„
Screen Message – to display the event message on the screen or not. Press ENTER or +/- to check/uncheck this item.
The default setting is “ˇ” - checked.
„
E-mail – to send the event e-mail to remote station or not. The e-mail will be sent to the predefined receivers when the
event is triggered. Press ENTER or +/- to check/uncheck this item. The default setting is “–” - unchecked.
6.4 SEQ Display Setup
In Setup Menu display, press ▲▼ to change the highlighted option to SEQ Display, and then press ENTER to call up
SEQ Display Setup as shown.
The SEQ Display Setup allows the administrator to define the display pages in SEQ Display for main monitor and call
monitor. There are 1 display type - 1-Window for main monitor, and 1 display type for call monitor.
The general operations are as below:
„
▲▼◄►
Press these buttons to select the items.
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„
ESC
Press this button to escape from this screen, and return to Setup Menu display. If the Save dialog is shown, press
ENTER to exit and save, ESC to exit without saving.
Following is a brief description for each item and its specific operations:
„
Total Pages – total pages for this SEQ Display Type. The maximum number varies according to the display type. Press
+/- buttons to select the desired number from the available list.
„
Dwell Time – the dwell time (3 ~ 60 seconds, discrete) for each page of this display type.
the value.
„
Page Settings.. – used to set the camera in each viewing window for each page of this SEQ Display Type. Press
ENTER to call up Display Page Setup as shown.
Press +/- buttons to change
In Display Page Setup, the split window display for the current page is shown. And the title of the camera for the focus
window is highlighted. Following is a brief description for the operations:
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„
Numeric
Press these buttons to change the camera for the current page.
„
+/Press these buttons to change the current page for this SEQ Display Type.
„
ESC
Press this button to escape from Display Page Setup, and return to SEQ Display Setup.
6.5 Scheduled Record Setup
In Setup Menu display, press ▲▼ to change the highlighted option to Scheduled Record, and then press ENTER to call up
Scheduled Record Setup as shown.
The Scheduled Record Setup allows the administrator to define when and how to record for the system. There are up to 16
time segments (T1 – T16) for each weekday.
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The general operations are as below:
„
▲▼◄►
Press these buttons to select the items. The display will scroll left/right if the selected item is not shown on the screen.
„
)
COPY (
Press this button to copy the settings of the focus weekday to all the following weekdays. (EX. focus weekday is TUE,
its settings will be copied to those of weekdays WED-SAT.)
„
ESC
Press this button to escape from this screen, and return to Setup Menu display. If the Save dialog is shown, press
ENTER to exit and save, ESC to exit without saving.
Following is a brief description for each item and its specific operations:
„
Start – the start time of this time segment, increment at 30 minutes. (The end time of this time segment is implicitly set
as the start time of next time segment, or the start time of the first time segment of the same weekday if it’s the last one.)
Press +/- buttons to select the desired start time.
Example: If the user sets the start time of T1/MON as 9:00, T2/MON as 18:00, T3-T16/MON as N/A (Not Available),
then T1/MON is 9:00-18:00, T2/MON is 0:00-9:00, and 18:00-24:00.
Press +/- buttons to change
„
Alarm – record mode (No, Video, or Audio/Video) when certain alarm input is triggered.
the value.
„
Motion – record mode (No, Video, or Audio/Video) when motion is detected for certain camera. Press +/- buttons to
change the value.
„
Normal – normal record mode, including No, V (Video only), or A/V (Audio/Video). Press +/- buttons to change the
value.
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6.6 HDD Setup
In Setup Menu display, press ▲▼ to change the highlighted option to HDD, and then press ENTER to call up HDD Setup
as shown.
In the surveillance applications, alarm video/audio is much more important than normal video/audio. So, this digital
video/audio recorder is designed to allow the user to divide each HDD into alarm partition and normal partition. And, alarm
video/audio will be recorded in alarm partition, normal video/audio in normal partition.
The HDD Setup allows the administrator to format/clear each HDD, set Alarm Record size and Normal Record size of each
HDD, and define the behaviors for Alarm Record and Normal Record if it reaches the end of the last HDD in the system.
The general operations are as below:
„
▲▼◄►
Press these buttons to select the items.
„
MODE => Format/Clear
Press this button to format/clear the HDDs as described in Section 6.6.1.
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„
ESC
Press this button to escape from this screen, and return to Setup Menu display. If the Save dialog is shown, press
ENTER to exit and save, ESC to exit without saving.
Following is a brief description for each item and its specific operations:
„
Size (GB) – the total HDD storage in GB (Giga-Byte) for Alarm Record and Normal Record respectively. This item is
just for information. Please refer to Section 6.6.1 for more detailed information and setup of each individual HDD.
„
Auto Overwrite – automatic overwrite of the recorded video/audio from HDD#1 when the Alarm/Normal Record disk
drive capacity reaches the end of the last HDD. If Auto Overwrite is disabled and the Alarm/Normal Record disk drive
capacity reaches the end, the system will not overwrite the recorded video/audio, and hence not record Alarm/Normal
video/audio, until the user presses the Alarm Reset button. Press ENTER or +/- to check/uncheck this item. The
default setting is “ˇ” - checked.
„
HDD Full Action – actions when Alarm/Normal Record disk drive capacity reaches the end of the last HDD. Press
ENTER or +/- to check/uncheck this item. The default setting is “ˇ” - checked.
„
Duration – response duration to define at most how long (in seconds) the Alarm Out relay and the Buzzer will keep
being triggered after the corresponding partition, Alarm Record or Normal Record, is full. Press +/- buttons to adjust the
value (3-60 seconds, discrete).
„
Alarm Out – to define which Alarm Output will be triggered when the corresponding partition, Alarm Record or
Normal Record, is full. Press +/- buttons to select none (N/A) or one of the Alarm Outputs (1-2).
„
Buzzer – to activate the internal Buzzer or not when the corresponding partition, Alarm Record or Normal Record, is
full. Press ENTER or +/- to check/uncheck this item. The default setting is “ˇ” - checked.
„
Log – to log to event logs or not. Press ENTER or +/- to check/uncheck this item. The default setting is “ˇ” - checked.
„
E-mail – to send the event e-mail to remote station or not. The e-mail will be sent to the predefined receivers when the
event is triggered. Press ENTER or +/- to check/uncheck this item. The default setting is “–” - unchecked.
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6.6.1 HDD Format/Clear
In HDD Setup display, press MODE to call up HDD Format/Clear screen as shown.
The HDD must be formatted before it can be used to record video/audio. The HDD Format/Clear screen allows the
administrator to format and/or clear each HDD, and set the size for Alarm Record partition and Normal Record partition for
each HDD. Please use only HDD with maximum storage size as 500GB, and make sure there’s no remote user before
formatting the HDD.
The general operations are as below:
„
MODE => Format
Press this button to format the HDD. A confirmation dialog will be shown on the screen, press ENTER to confirm, or
ESC to cancel. Please note that it would take about 40 seconds to format a brand new HDD.
Note: If the HDD has not been formatted yet, it will be formatted and partitioned with default record size, 30% for
Alarm record and 70% for Normal record. If it has been formatted before, it will be formatted according to the
Alarm REC Size (%) and Normal REC Size (%) displayed on the screen, but the previously recorded contents
within the new size won’t be cleared and will be accessible.
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SEQ => Clear
Press this button to clear the HDD. A confirmation dialog will be shown on the screen, press ENTER to confirm, or
ESC to cancel.
Note: If the HDD has not been formatted yet, it will be formatted and partitioned with default record size, 30% for
Alarm record and 70% for Normal record. If it has been formatted (and recorded) before, it will be partitioned
according to the Alarm Record Size (%) and Normal Record Size (%) displayed on the screen, and the previously
recorded contents will all be cleared.
„
CALL => Physical Format
Press this button to physically format the selected HDD. A confirmation dialog will be shown on the screen, press
ENTER to confirm, or ESC to cancel. Please note that the recording will be always optimized for performance &
lifetime no matter it’s for the first time or for the one hundredth time. The formatting would take less than 1
minute. We strongly recommend that the user use this physical format function to format the HDD for the first
time.
Note: The HDD will be physically formatted and partitioned with default record size, 30% for Alarm record and 70%
for Normal record. All the previously recorded contents will be cleared.
„
ESC
Press this button to escape from this screen, and return to HDD Setup display. If the Save dialog is shown, press
ENTER to exit and save, ESC to exit without saving.
Following is a brief description for each item and its specific operations:
„
Size (GB) – the total storage in GB (Giga-Byte) for the HDD if it has been formatted. This item is just for information.
„
Alarm Record(%) – Alarm Record Size (in percentage) for this HDD. Please follow the Text Input method described
in Section 4.1 to change the value.
„
Normal Record(%) – Normal Record Size (in percentage) for this HDD. It equals to (100% - Alarm Record Size). This
item is just for information.
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6.7 Password Setup
In Setup Menu display, press ▲▼ to change the highlighted option to Password, and then press ENTER to call up
Password Setup as shown.
The Password Setup allows the administrator to add new users, delete existing ones, and/or modify the user’s name,
password, and/or level.
There are three password levels in the system, including Administrator (highest), Supervisor, and Operator (lowest). The
Operator can operate live video display, the Supervisor live video display, image playback and archive, and the Administrator
everything. The system allows up to 18 user accounts.
There is one factory-preset login name/password aa/11 at Administrator level. The user can use it to login the system for the
first time.
The general operations are as below:
„
▲▼◄►
Press these buttons to select the items. The display will scroll up/down if the selected item is not shown on the screen.
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„
MODE => Select/Deselect as default
Press this button to select this user as the default one at login, or deselect if this user is the default login user. An asterisk
(*) will be shown preceding the number for the default login user. And this login name/password will be the default
one each time the login dialog is shown, so the user doesn’t bother to enter the text to login the system.
„
ESC
Press this button to escape from this screen, and return to Setup Menu display. If the Save dialog is shown, press
ENTER to exit and save, ESC to exit without saving.
Following is a brief description for each item and its specific operations:
„
Login Name – please follow the Text Input method described in Section 4.1 to modify this item.
„
Password – this item accepts numbers only. Please follow the Text Input method described in Section 4.1 to modify this
item.
„
Level – the password level (Administrator, Supervisor, or Operator) for this user. Press +/- buttons to change the
level.
6.8 System Setup
In Setup Menu display, press ▲▼ to change the highlighted option to System, and then press ENTER to call up System
Setup as shown.
The System Setup allows the administrator to set the system time, time zone, time synchronization, language, etc.
The general operations are as below:
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„
▲▼◄►
Press these buttons to select the items.
„
ESC
Press this button to escape from this screen, and return to Setup Menu display. If the Save dialog is shown, press
ENTER to exit and save, ESC to exit without saving. Please note that if the selected language is changed, the user
will be asked to reboot the system for the newly selected language to take effect.
Following is a brief description for each item and its specific operations:
„
Time Zone – press +/- buttons to select the time zone for the system. Please refer to Appendix B for the time zone table.
„
Daylight Saving Time – press ENTER or +/- to check/uncheck this item. The default value is set by selecting a
different time zone, but the user may check/uncheck this item if the default setting is checked.
„
System Time –
„
Synchronization – time synchronized with TSP Server or not. Press ENTER or +/- to check/uncheck this item.
The default setting is “–” - unchecked.
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„
„
Date – system date. Press +/- buttons to modify each of these items.
„
Time – system time. Press +/- buttons to modify each of these items.
„
„
TSP Server – TSP (Time Synchronization Protocol) server name if Time Synchronization is enabled. The system
will try to do time synchronization with the specified TSP server at the system preset interval. Please follow the Text
Input method described in Section 4.1 to modify this item.
Display Format – format used for the system time displayed on the lower-left corner of the main screen. Press +/buttons to select the desired format.
Language – press +/- buttons to select the language for the system. The languages supported include: English,
Russian, Simplified Chinese, Italy Portugal ,etc.
6.9 RS-232/422/485 Setup
In Setup Menu display, press ▲▼ to change the highlighted option to RS-232/422/485, and then press ENTER to call up
RS-232/422/485 Setup as shown.
The RS-232/422/485 Setup allows the administrator to setup RS-232 control port, and RS422 or RS-485 control port. Please
refer to the manuals for the connected devices - PTZ cameras – to set these items in RS-232/422/485 Setup.
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The general operations are as below:
„
▲▼◄►
Press these buttons to select the items.
„
MODE
Press this button to call up Optional RS-232 Setup screen if it’s built in the DVR. The operations for Optional RS-232
Setup are the same as RS-232/422/485 Setup.
„
ESC
Press this button to escape from this screen, and return to Setup Menu display. If the Save dialog is shown, press
ENTER to exit and save, ESC to exit without saving.
Following is a brief description for each item and its specific operations:
„
Device Type – PTZ or N/A (Not Available). Press +/- buttons to change the type. Please note that PTZ can only
be selected for either RS-232 or RS-485, but not both.
„
Model – PTZ model of the connected devices. The PTZ models supported include Pelco D protocol Dome,
SamSung SCC-641P, etc. Press +/- buttons to change the supported model (or protocol).
„
Baud Rate – press +/- buttons to change the value.
„
Data Bit – press +/- buttons to change the value.
„
Stop Bit – press +/- buttons to change the value.
„
Parity – (Odd, Even, or None). Press +/- buttons to change the value.
„
DVR/Camera ID – for PTZ => the device ID for this digital video/audio recorder, and it must not conflict with the
other devices connected in the same control port. Press +/- buttons to change the ID.
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6.10 Network Setup
In Setup Menu display, press ▲▼ to change the highlighted option to Network, and then press ENTER to call up Network
Setup as shown.
The Network Setup allows the administrator to setup all Ethernet network related parameters. Please check with your
network administrator to set these parameters correctly. For most home users, the typical configuration would connect the
DVR to a router to the internet. In those cases, please see your router user manual for details on how to port forward data and
controls to/from the router to the DVR. In addition, most home users will have dynamic IP addressing. Please use a dynamic
DNS service, such as http://www.dyndns.com to access your router and DVR from the internet.
The general operations are as below:
„
▲▼◄►
Press these buttons to select the items.
„
ESC
Press this button to escape from this screen, and return to Setup Menu display. If the Save dialog is shown, press
ENTER to exit and save, ESC to exit without saving.
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Following is a brief description for each item and its specific operations:
„
Net Type – Static IP, PPPoE, or DHCP. DHCP can only be used for intranet (LAN) access, while Static IP and PPPoE
can be used for both internet & intranet access. Press +/- buttons to change the Net Type.
„
IP Address – Ethernet IP address for the system. To get the static IP address, please contact your local ISP (Internet
Service Provider). Please follow the Text Input method described in Section 4.1 to modify these items.
„
Net Mask – Net Mask for the IP address. Please follow the Text Input method described in Section 4.1 to modify these
items.
„
Gateway – Gateway IP address for the system. Please follow the Text Input method described in Section 4.1 to modify
these items.
„
DNS – DNS (Domain Name Server) IP address for the system. Please follow the Text Input method described in Section
4.1 to modify these items.
„
Username – PPPoE username for the system if PPPoE is used. Please follow the Text Input method described in
Section 4.1 to modify this item.
„
Password – PPPoE password for the system if PPPoE is used. Please follow the Text Input method described in Section
4.1 to modify this item.
„
DDNS Type – Dynamic, Static, or Custom DDNS (Dynamic Domain Name Server) type. Please contact your local
DDNS Service Provider to get the DDNS URL, username, and password. Press +/- buttons to change this item.
„
URL – the URL (Uniform Resource Locators) for the system if PPPoE is used. Please follow the Text Input method
described in Section 4.1 to modify this item.
„
DDNS Username – DDNS username for the system if PPPoE is used. Please follow the Text Input method described in
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Section 4.1 to modify this item.
„
DDNS Password – DDNS password for the system if PPPoE is used. Please follow the Text Input method described in
Section 4.1 to modify this item.
„
E-mail – press ENTER to call up E-mail Setup. Please refer to Section 6.10.1 for the details.
„
Adv. – press ENTER to call up Advanced Network Setup. Please refer to Section 6.10.2 for the details.
6.10.1 E-mail Setup
In Network Setup, press ENTER to call up E-mail Setup as shown when the highlighted option is E-mail.
The E-mail Setup allows the administrator to set e-mail related parameters. When an event occurs and E-mail is enabled for
the corresponding action, an e-mail will be sent based on the parameters set here.
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The general operations are as below:
„
▲▼
Press these buttons to select the items.
„
ESC
Press this button to escape from this screen, and return to Network Setup display. If the Save dialog is shown, press
ENTER to exit and save, ESC to exit without saving.
Following is a brief description for each item and its specific operations:
„
SMTP Server – SMTP mail server name. Please follow the Text Input method described in Section 4.1 to modify this
item.
„
Authentication – whether the SMTP mail server requires authentication. Press ENTER or +/- to check/uncheck this
item.
„
Username – username if the SMTP mail server requires authentication. Please follow the Text Input method described
in Section 4.1 to modify this item.
„
Password – password if the SMTP mail server requires authentication. Please follow the Text Input method described in
Section 4.1 to modify this item.
„
Mail From – the e-mail address of this DVR unit, i.e. the sender of the e-mails originated from the triggered events.
Please follow the Text Input method described in Section 4.1 to modify this item.
„
Mail To #1-5 – the receivers’ e-mail addresses. The system can send the e-mails originated from the triggered events to
up to 5 different receivers. Please follow the Text Input method described in Section 4.1 to modify these items.
„
Attachment – attached picture for the e-mail sent. The value could be (N/A, Original picture, QCIF picture). Press +/buttons to change this item.
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6.10.2 Advanced Network Setup
In Network Setup, press ENTER to call up Advanced Network Setup as shown when the highlighted option is Adv..
The Advanced Network Setup allows the administrator to set advanced network parameters. If the user is not familiar with
network administration, please DO NOT modify the items in this dialog.
The general operations are as below:
„
▲▼
Press these buttons to select the items.
„
ESC
Press this button to escape from this screen, and return to Network Setup display. If the Save dialog is shown, press
ENTER to exit and save, ESC to exit without saving.
Following is a brief description for each item and its specific operations:
„
Control Port – the control port for remote access. The default value is 67. Please follow the Text Input method
described in Section 4.1 to modify this item.
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„
Data Port – the data port for remote access. The default value is 68. Please follow the Text Input method described in
Section 4.1 to modify this item.
„
HTTP Port – the HTTP (web page) port for remote access. The default value is 80. Please follow the Text Input
method described in Section 4.1 to modify this item.
„
WAP Picture qulity (if this machine support cellular phone long range interview)Please press+/- The key changes
initial value.
Note: If the Control Port or Data Port is not available or accessible during remote access, the system will reset the
ports to their default values, i.e. 67/68.
7. PTZ Control
The digital video/audio recorder supports a variety of PTZ cameras. The user can easily control the PTZ cameras through the
operations described in this Chapter if those PTZ cameras have been connected and setup correctly. Please refer to Section
3.2 Optional Connections for the connections. Please refer to Section 6.1 Pre-Camera Setup to set the PTZ ID of each PTZ
camera, and Section 6.9 RS-232/422/485 Setup to setup the control port.
If a camera is also a PTZ camera, there will be an asterisk (*) preceding its title in its video window in split-window display.
Please press PTZ button to enter PTZ control mode if the focus camera is a PTZ camera. The asterisk (*) will be blinked to
indicate that the camera is now in PTZ control mode.
In PTZ control mode, the user’s operations can be divided into general operations and miscellaneous function specific
operations, and are described as the followings:
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General operations:
„
PTZ
Press this button to exit PTZ control mode. The asterisk (*) will be changed back to normal color.
„
▲▼
Press these buttons to tilt the camera up/down.
„
◄►
Press these buttons to pan the camera left/right.
„
ZOOM (
) +/Press these buttons to zoom in/out the camera.
„
GOTO
Press this button to move the camera to the preset position. The keypad hint will be shown. Press numeric buttons
0-9 to enter the number of the preset position to move the camera to. The range of the preset positions is 00-99.
„
NEXT
Press this button for the next miscellaneous function. The miscellaneous functions include Focus, Iris, Auto PAN, SEQ,
Preset, and Pan Speed. And the active one will be shown on the lower right corner of the screen. The miscellaneous
function specific operations are described in the following table.
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Miscellaneous function specific operations:
Active function
Focus
Iris
Auto Pan (3)
Operations
+/ENTER
+/+/ENTER
*
#
SEQ (5 sec.)
+/-, NUMBER
ENTER
Preset (1)
+/-, NUMBER
ENTER
Pan Speed (3)
+/-
Descriptions
focus far/near
auto focus
Iris increase/decrease
Auto pan speed is shown in parenthesis
increase/decrease speed
start/stop Auto Pan
set start position
set end position
SEQ dwell time is shown in parenthesis. If SEQ mode is on, the
camera will go to preset position 0-9 (or 1-10) sequentially.
change dwell time
start/stop SEQ mode, an asterisk (*) will be shown if SEQ mode
is on
Preset location is shown in parenthesis
change Preset location
set Preset location
Manual pan speed is shown in parenthesis
increase/decrease speed
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8. Search/Playback/Archive (Administrator, Supervisor)
There are three ways to search the recorded video/audio for playback:
(a) Search by time,
(b) Search by event,
(c) Search archived files.
In split-window display, press SEARCH button to call up Search
Menu display as shown.
The user’s operations are described as the followings:
„ ▲▼
Press these buttons to change the highlighted item.
„
ENTER
Press this button to enter the corresponding Search display of the highlighted item. The Search displays and their
operations are described in the following sections, followed by the playback operations of the searched video/audio.
„
ESC
Press this button to escape from Search Menu display, and return to split-window display.
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8.1 Search By Time
The screen for Search By Time is shown on the right side:
The Status field will show the ‘Recorded from’ time based on the
selected Video/Audio before searching - alarm partition if any of
Alarm, Motion, or Video Loss, is checked, and normal partition if
Normal is checked.
The general operations are as below:
„
▲▼
Press these buttons to select the items.
„
ESC
Press this button to escape from this screen, and return to
split-window display.
„
SEARCH / MODE
Press this button to start searching the recorded video/audio with the selected search time and video/audio type for
playback. The search result will be shown on the bottom of this dialog if it failed. If there’s no camera in playback
mode, all the cameras in the current split window will be set to playback mode.
„
Play Button (
)
Press this button to start playing the recorded video/audio with the selected search time and video/audio type. The
search result will be shown on the bottom of this dialog if it failed. If there’s no camera in playback mode, all the
cameras in the current split window will be set to playback mode.
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„
Copy Button (
)
Press this button to backup (copy) the selected type of recorded video/audio starting from the Search Time (described
below) in the HDD to the connected backup device without playback. The Backup display (described in Section 8.4)
will be shown. Please note that this kind of backup is performed in the background, and the user can still do
almost all the operations.
Following is a brief description for each item and its specific operations:
„
Search Time – (Year, Month, Date, Hour, Minute) for the recorded video/audio. The playback (or backup) will start
from the time entered here when the user press the playback buttons (or Copy button) later. Press +/- buttons to modify
each item.
„
Video/Audio – (Alarm, Motion, Video Loss, Normal). Check the types of the recorded video/audio you want to search
for playback. Press ENTER or +/- to check/uncheck each item.
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8.2 Search By Event / Log Display
The screen for Search By Event - Log display, is shown below:
There are four different types of event logs, including Alarm, Motion, Video Loss, and System.
event logs can be stored in the system.
And up to 1000 most recent
The general operations are as below:
„
▲▼◄►
Press these buttons to select the items.
„
ESC
Press this button to escape from this screen, and return to split-window display.
„
MODE => Refresh
Press this button to refresh the log display. If there are new event logs after the screen is last updated, the log list shown
will be updated accordingly.
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„
SEQ => Page Up
„
X2 => Page Down
Press SEQ/X2 to Page Up/Down the Log display.
„
Numeric (ENTER)
Press these buttons to select the display page of the event logs, the log list will also be updated.
are only 1/2/3/4 available for the keypad on the front panel.)
(Please note that there
Following is a brief description for each item and its specific operations:
„
Event Type – the type of the events (Record, Alarm, Motion, Video Loss, System) to be shown in the log list. The
Event Type “System” includes all system related events, such as power on/off, and will not trigger recording. Press
ENTER or +/- to check/uncheck the event type for the log list.
„
Source ID – the source which triggered the event. For Alarm, it’s the alarm input number; for Motion and Video Loss,
it’s the camera number. It’s used to filter the events to be shown in the log list. Press ENTER or +/- to check/uncheck
each item.
„
Log List – the event logs according to the Event Type and Source ID selected. The user may (1) press ENTER to enter
Event Playback display of the selected event log in this list, (2) press Play Button (
) to playback it directly, or (3)
) to backup (copy) the selected recorded video/audio to the connected backup device
press Copy Button (
without playback. The Backup display (described in Section 8.4) will be shown. Please note that this kind of
backup without playback is performed in the background, and the user can still do almost all the operations.
Please refer to Section 8.5 Playback For Search By Event for the detailed operations for event playback.
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8.3 Search Archived Files
The screen for Search Archived Files is shown below:
The operations are as below:
„
▲▼◄►
Press these buttons to select the items.
„
ESC
Press this button to escape from this screen, and return to split-window display.
Following is a brief description for each item and its specific operations:
„
Backup Device – press ENTER to call up Backup Device dialog (if there’s no Backup device connected).
„
Disk Storage – to select the disk storage to search the archived files. Press +/- buttons to select the available storage.
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„
Archived File List – the archived files in the selected Disk Storage. Please select the file, and then press ENTER to
enter Archived File Playback display of the selected file in this list, or press Play Button (
) to playback it
directly. Please refer to Section 8.6 Playback For Archived Files for the detailed operations. Besides, you may press
MODE to delete the selected file.
Note : The format of the filename is camNN-YYYYMMDD-hhmmss.h264, where NN stands for camera number,
YYYY year, MM month, DD date, hh hour, mm minute, and ss second.
8.4 Playback/Archive For Search By Time
In split-window display, press MODE button to change circularly the live/playback mode for the focus window and the other
windows that form a rectangle on the screen. The video windows for the windows in playback mode are grayed, while those
in live mode display live video.
Please refer to Section 4.3 Basic Operations for how to change the camera(s) in the playback windows(s). After the playback
windows and cameras are all set as you want, you may use the following buttons to control the playback:
„
Play/Pause (
)
Press this button to play the recorded video/audio searched at forward speed 1X, or pause the playback. If the playback
is paused, press this button again to resume playing. Note that audio can only be played at forward speed 1X.
„
Stop (
)
Press this button to stop playing the recorded video/audio. If the user press
from the beginning.
„
button later, the playback will start
Fast Forward (
/► on the remote controller, ► on the front panel)
Press this button for fast forward playback. Each time this button is pressed, the forward playback speed will become
faster, from 2X, 4X, 8X, up to 16X, and then back to 2X.
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„
Fast Backward (
/◄ on the remote controller, ◄ on the front panel)
Press this button for fast backward playback. Each time this button is pressed, the backward playback speed will
become faster, from 2X, 4X, 8X, up to 16X, and then back to 2X.
„
Single Step (
/▼ on the remote controller, ▼ on the front panel)
Press this button to play the recorded images frame by frame.
„
Copy (
)
Press this button to copy or stop copying the playback video/audio to the storage device connected to the USB port. The
Backup display will be shown as below.
Following is a brief description for the operations in Backup display:
„
▲▼◄►
Press these buttons to select the items.
„ Copy Button (
)
Press this button to start backup (copy) or apply the revised settings if it’s copying, and return to the previous
display. There will be a Copy icon on the lower-right corner indicating that the selected video/audio is being
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archived to the storage device. For DVD disc, the files won’t be written to the disc until the storage size
reaches 1 GB or the user stop copying. Writing to the disc may take more than 1 minute for every 100 MB
(depending on the disc type).
„ Stop (
)
Press this button to stop copying and return to the previous display. The Copy icon will be disappeared.
„ ESC
Press this button to cancel, and return to the previous display.
The description for each item and its specific operations is as below:
„
Backup Device – the backup device connected to the system. Press ENTER on the left button to call up Backup
Device dialog if there’s no backup device connected. Press +/- buttons on the right selection to select the connected
device. Please follow the steps described in Section 5.4 Backup Device to connect the backup device before
copying.
„
Backup Speed – 1-9, with 1 the lowest speed, 9 the highest speed. Press +/- buttons to select the value.
„
Directory – the directory in the backup device to store the archived files. Please follow the Text Input method
described in Section 4.1 to input the directory.
„
Cameras – the video/audio of the cameras to be archived. Press ENTER or +/- to select/deselect each of the
selectable cameras.
„
End Time – (Year, Month, Date, Hour, Minute) for the recorded video/audio for the backup without playback
of Search By Time. The files will be backup from the start time to the end time entered here when the user press
the COPY button to start copying. Press +/- buttons to modify each item.
Except the playback buttons, the user can still do all the other operations in split-window display as if there is no playback.
Please refer to Section 4.3 Basic Operations for the operations of the other buttons.
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8.5 Playback/Archive For Search By Event
In Log display, press ENTER to enter Event Playback display of the selected event log, or press Play Button (
) to
playback it directly. This display is the same as full screen display of the main display, and the playback buttons are effective.
The operations are as below:
„
Playback Buttons (
, ,
,
,
,
,ENTER)
These buttons are all the same as in Section 8.4 Playback/Archive For Search By Time.
„
The Other Buttons
All the other buttons are the same as in Section 4.3 Basic Operations.
8.6 Playback For Archived Files
In Search Archived Files display, press ENTER to enter Archived File Playback display of the selected file, or press Play
) to playback it directly. This display is the same as full screen display of the main display, and the playback
Button (
buttons are effective.
The operations are as below:
„
Playback Buttons (
, ,
, ,
,ENTER)
These buttons are all the same as in Section 8.4 Playback/Archive For Search By Time. Please note that COPY button
(
„
) is not effective in this display.
The Other Buttons
All the other buttons are the same as in Section 4.3 Basic Operations.
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9. Remote Access
The digital video/audio recorder can be accessed by using a web browser installed on a PC if this unit is connected to a
network, either internet or intranet.
Before Logging On
Before accessing this unit through web browser, please make sure the followings (For most PCs, only step 3 & 6 is
needed!):
1. This unit is connected to the network correctly, and the configurations are all setup correctly. Please refer to Section 6.10
Network Setup for the detailed configurations.
2. DirectX® End-User Runtime 9.0 or above has been installed in your PC successfully. If not, please logon to
http://www.microsoft.com to get the free download of it.
3. The domain name or IP address of the digital video/audio recorder has been set as trusted web site in your PC, and the
(https:) server verification for trusted web site is unchecked. If not, please go to Tools->Options->Security in your I.E.
to do the settings. For I.E. 7, please set the Security level for this zone to Low.
4. The ActiveX control in your PC is not disabled. If you are not sure, please go to Tools->Options->Security->Custom in
your I.E. to enable ActiveX control.
5. Port 67 (control port) or port 68 (data port) is not blocked out by your router or ISP (Internet Service Provider).
6. If the PC has used I.E. to access earlier software version of DVR, please go to Tools->Options->General in your I.E. to
delete “Temporary Internet files” and all offline contents.
7. To have better look-&-feel for your PC, please go to Start->Setup->Control, and select Display->Visual Style->Windows
XP Style.
8. Please go to Start->Setup->Control, select Display->Settings, and set the Screen Resolution to at least 1024x768 and Color
to 32-bit.
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Logon
After the above-mentioned items have been done correctly, restart your web browser and enter the domain name or IP
address of the digital video/audio recorder in the Location/Address field of the web browser. The plug-in software in the
system will be downloaded and run automatically in the web browser. Please note that up to 5 users can logon this DVR
simultaneously.
Remote Display and Operations
After the plug-in software is downloaded and run in the web browser, you will be asked for ActiveX control to interact with
your PC. Please select Yes, and the remote login display will be shown. For some PCs, it may be necessary to click in the
window with the message in red color, but outside the Login Dialog before the next step. Please enter the correct login name
and password (and control port & data port if they have been changed) for the digital video/audio recorder to login the
system. And the main remote display will be shown as below.
The video images can be displayed in several types of split-window screens, including 1/4/9/16-Window. And the focus
window is surrounded by a frame border. In addition to the video windows, there are different icons on the lower corner and
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the right corner of the screen for status display and control. (The “.L” following the camera title stands for Live display, “.P”
for Playback, and the camera title with white background has detected motion.)
Note 1:
The frame rate is limited by the bandwidth of the network and the pre-record IPS of the camera (Section
6.2).
Note 2: The picture quality depends on the recording resolution and recording quality of the camera (Section 6.2).
When the user leaves I.E., he/she may be asked to save changes to files, please click on OK or Yes to save the changes. The
operations and descriptions for these icons are as below:
„
In video window, right-click the mouse button to call up Camera/Playback/Print Dialog. (Left) click on Playback or
Camera number to change the window to the corresponding camera and live/playback mode. The user may also click on
the “Print” button to print the video to the printer.
Click on these icons for 1/4/9/16-Window display.
Click on this icon to switch to or return from SEQ display mode.
Click on this icon to toggle between live mode and playback mode for all the video windows.
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Click on this icon to freeze/unfreeze the video images for all the video windows.
Click on this icon to enable/mute the audio input from the PC, button down for enable, button up for mute. If enabled, the
audio input from the PC will be sent to the DVR. The default setting is ‘mute’.
Click on this icon to enable/mute the audio output from the camera for the focus window, button down for enable, button up
for mute. The default setting is ‘mute’.
Playback panel for playback buttons, including Fast Backward, Fast Forward, Single Step, Play, Pause, Stop, and Copy
(from left to right). Please note that the Copy function can be used to archive both live and playback streams. Please
check/uncheck the cameras to be archived when the Copy Dialog is shown, and then click on OK or Apply button. If the user
click on Apply button and select & highlight one of the cameras, the current copying status for that camera will be shown in
the dialog.
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PTZ control panel. If the camera in the focus window is a PTZ camera, these buttons in the PTZ control panel can be used
for PTZ control. The operations include Tilt Up/Down, Pan Left/Right, Zoom In/Out, Focus Near, Focus Far, Iris –
(darker), Iris + (brighter).
Camera
/
Status indicators for cameras 1-16 (GREEN for normal, RED for motion) for the DVR. Click on any of these icons to select
the corresponding camera of the DVR to be displayed in the focus window.
Alarm In
/
Status indicators for alarm inputs 1-4 (GREEN for normal, RED for alarm) for the DVR.
Alarm Out
/
Alarm outputs 1-2 (GREEN for normal state, RED for triggered state) for the DVR. For Administrator, click on any of these
icons to control the corresponding alarm output from normal to triggered, or from triggered back to normal.
Click on this icon to call up Search-by-time dialog. Please select the time (Year, Month, Date, Hour, and Minute) and
recorded video/audio type (Alarm, Motion, Video Loss, and Normal) to search for playback. Click on Search button to start
the search of the recorded video/audio. (If it failed, the result will be shown on the title of the dialog.) Now, you may use the
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playback buttons to play the recorded video/audio. Please note that there must be some cameras in playback mode for
the search to succeed.
Click on this icon to call up Search-by-event dialog. The event logs will be shown on the screen. Please select the event
type and source ID to search for the event logs. Click on Refresh, Up, or Down to update the event logs. Click on the desired
event log to highlight and select it. Click on the OK button to search the recorded video/audio for the highlighted event log.
Now, you may use the playback buttons to play the recorded video/audio.
Click on this icon to call up search-PC-video dialog. Please select the file, and then click on Open.
playback buttons to play the recorded video/audio in the file.
Now, you may use the
Click on this icon to show/hide full PTZ control panel. The user can click on the PTZ Panel (but outside of any object in it)
(to call up the Context menu) to move it.
Click on this icon to call up Setup dialog. Following is a brief description for each item:
„
Device Name – any meaningful name for the (DVR) device.
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„
Address – IP address or URL domain name for the (DVR) device. It should be the same as the IP address (for Static IP)
or URL (for PPPoE) in Network Setup for the (DVR) device.
„
Control Port – the control port for the (DVR) device. The default value is 67.
„
Data Port – the data port for the (DVR) device. The default value is 68.
„
User Name – the login user name for the (DVR) device. It must be in the list in Password Setup for the (DVR) device.
Please note that different levels of users have different available operations.
„
Password – the corresponding password for the login user name for the (DVR) device.
„
Auto Connection – whether the user wants to connect automatically to this (DVR) device.
„
Connected – whether this PC is connected with the (DVR) device now.
The other properties in the dialog are similar to those described in Chapter 6. Please refer to Chapter 6 for the detailed
descriptions. Besides, the user can download/upload the configurations from/to the connected DVR, or open/save the
configurations from/to the designated directory.
Click on this icon to call up remote Software Upgrade dialog. Please select the DVR device and upgrade file in the PC, and
then click on Start button to start the software upgrade process. The Upgrade status will be updated according to the progress.
When the upgrade file is uploading, the user may click on Stop/Close button to stop the upgrade process.
Note : There must be at least one formatted HDD in the DVR for the remote upgrade to succeed. After the software in
the DVR is upgraded, the DVR will restart immediately and the PC will be disconnected from the DVR. Please do
step 7 in Before Logging On, and then re-run the I.E. to connect to the DVR again.
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System Requirements of Remote PC
It is recommended to access the digital video/audio recorder using a PC that meets the following system requirements. If you
use a PC that does not meet the following system requirements, it may cause problems such as slow imaging or the browser
unable to operate.
„
PC
IBM PC/AT compatible.
„
CPU
Intel® Pentium® 4, 1.4 GHz or above.
„
OS
MicroSoft® Windows® XP or Windows® 2000 with SP4.
„
Monitor
1024 x 768 or above.
„
Memory (DRAM)
512MB.
„
Network Interface
Ethernet, 10/100 Base-T.
„
Web Browser
MicroSoft® Internet Explorer® 6.0 or above.
„
DirectX
MicroSoft® DirectX® 9.0 or above.
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10. PDA/Mobile Phone Remote Access
The digital video/audio recorder can also be remotely accessed by using a web browser installed on a PDA or mobile phone
that (1) supports xHTML and MJPEG file format, and (2) has screen resolution at 320x240 or above.
Please enter the domain name or IP address of the digital video/audio recorder in the Location/Address field of the web
browser, and the remote login display will be shown. (For most of the mobile devices, the DVR will automatically redirect to
the correct web page, EX. http://192.168.1.120/wap.htm for IP address http://192.168.1.120. If not, please enter the full
address with /wap.htm. The user may need to enter http://192.168.1.120:800/wap.htm if HTTP port has been changed to 800.)
Please enter the correct login name and password for the digital video/audio recorder to login the system, and the screen will
be shown as below.
Following is a brief description for each item and its specific operations:
Click on this button to submit the content to the digital video/audio recorder. The new settings will take effect, and the
screen will refresh.
Selection of Quad (Q1-Q4) or 1-Window (1-16) display.
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Alarm outputs 1-4 (unchecked for normal, checked for triggered). Administrator can check to trigger the alarm output,
uncheck for back to normal.
Status indicators for alarm inputs 1-5 (top row), 6-10, and 11-16 (unchecked for normal, checked
for alarm).
Appendix A--MS-Windows HEM player
There are several MS-Windows utility programs in the bundled CD, HEM Player, Keyboard Control Simulator, and
M4V/H.264 to AVI Conversion Utility. The HEM Player is meant to play archived/backed up files on local PC. The AVI
Conversion utility converts H.264 files to standard *.AVI files.
Please insert the CD in the CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive in your PC, and then double click on /Setup.exe in the CD to install,
and Utilities/Setup.exe to install the utility programs. Please follow the instructions on the screen to install the software in the
default directory “Program Files\Hyper Electronics Mappers” or the directory entered by the user. For this model, please refer to
the manual for HEM. For the other utility programs, please refer to the following paragraphs.
HEM Player
Before running HEM Player in your PC, please make sure the followings:
1. DirectX® End-User Runtime 9.0 or above has been installed in your PC successfully. If not, please logon to
http://www.microsoft.com to get the free download of it.
2. Please go to Start->Setup->Control, select Display->Settings, and set the Screen Resolution to at least 1024x768 and Color to
32-bit.
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To run the HEM Player under Microsoft® Windows® XP or Windows® 2000, please select Start->Programs->Hyper Electronics
Mappers->HemPlayer, and the screen will be shown as below.
Since this utility is a free player utility for archived files, from USB backup or remote backup, some of the functions are disabled.
The mouse cursor will change to “Hand” type if it’s on those enabled function icons. The operations and their descriptions are the
same as in Chapter 9. Remote Access.
To select an archived file for playback, please click on File menu, and then select Open. After an archived file is opened, the user
may click on the player buttons to play the file. The following diagram shows the screen after the Play button is pressed.
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The user may print the whole player screen (including the current video image) or the current video image by selecting File menu,
and then select Print or Print Video respectively.
Keyboard Control Simulator
To run the Keyboard Control Simulator under MS-Windows, please select Start->Programs->Hyper Electronics
Mappers->KCtrlSimulator, and the screen will be shown as below.
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Please note that most of the buttons correspond to the keypads on the front panel. If you connect the PC through RS-232 and use
an RS-232/RS-485 converter to connect to multiple DVRs, you would be able to control multiple DVRs via the simulation
software. Please refer to Section 3.2 Optional Connections to connect/cascade the DVRs to the PC.
To select the DVR to control, please click on the button as circled in the above diagram to set the corresponding DVR ID. Please
note that the RS-232/422/485 setup (Section 6.9), including the DVR ID, in the DVRs must be configured correctly (Model must
be set as Control Protocol). Please use the buttons MAIN-AUX ON, MAIN-AUX OFF, CALL-AUX ON, CALL-AUX OFF
to switch on/off the output of the controlled DVR.
Note: UP-LEFT, UP-RIGHT, DOWN-LEFT, and DOWN-RIGHT are newly added to control the PTZ cameras diagonally.
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M4V/H.264 to AVI Conversion Utility
To run the M4V/H.264 to AVI Conversion Utility under MS-Windows, please select Start->Programs->Hyper Electronics
Mappers->M4V2AVI or double-click on the file AVI_Converter.EXE, and the screen will be shown as below.
Please select the source files – .M4V/.H264 files archived from DVR, remote I.E., HEM, and select the target directory to save
the converted files, and then click on OK to do the conversion. The converted .AVI files can be played by Windows Media
Player if DivX or the other MPEG-4 decoder (for .M4V) or H.264 decoder (for .H264) is installed in the PC.
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Appendix B--The mouse operation interface reference
When you make use of the mouse operation the DVR please move the cursor to screen below, you will see the icons of
mouse function displayed, pressing the diagram mark to hint an operation of choose your demand then.Control mode in the
PTZ under, please pick out to install channel of camera, put the mouse to you to hope turn to move of the direction press left
key of mouse and can immediately turn to move, The diagram object function and the front panel key or the remote control
key function are basic and similar,the function shows as follows:
Menu
Search
Escape
Sequence
Fold tools
Fast backward
Fast forward
Step forward
Unfold tools
Play/Pause
Stop
Copy
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Alarm reset
Live/Playback
PTZ
Full screen
Volume
Page up
Page down
Close
Motion detection setup
Move the cursor to Menu -> Setup -> Camera -> Motion setting -> Detection setting
Move the cursor to screen below, the icons of motion detection will be displayed.
Set/Reset highlighted
area
Set/Reset whole area
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Sensitivity
Test
PTZ setup
The function is as follows in the PTZ controls the appearance
Go to
Figure down
Zoom
Figure up
Preset position
Focus
Auto Focus
Iris
SEQ
Auto pan
Speed
Mark
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Video adjustment icons
This camera default
All camera default
Default
Common icons
Up
Down
Enter
Code
Left
Right
Delete
Back space
Confirmed
Space
Mark
Reduce/Add
Numeral key
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Appendix C – Specifications
System
Video
Audio
Record
O.S.
Multiplex
Mode
Pre-record time
Post-record time
Embedded Linux 2.6
Sixfold operation - simultaneous record, live, playback, backup, control, &
remote access
FCC, CE, LVDS, etc.
NTSC/EIA or PAL/CCIR
4-CH, BNC, 1Vp-p/75ohm
15”LCD
BNC x 1, 1Vp-p/75ohm
Yes
Yes, with configurable detection area & sensitivity
1 RCA-jack connectors, line-in level (100mV-2Vrms)
1 RCA-jack connectors, line-out level (up to 2Vrms)
Video: H.264
Audio: ADPCM
NTSC – 30 / 720*480, 60 / 720*240, 120 / 360*240
PAL – 25 / 720*576, 50 / 720*288, 100 / 360*288
Manual/Schedule/Alarm/Motion
0 - 10 seconds
0 - 60 minutes
Resolution
Split windows
Frame rate
Freeze
Sequential switch
Digital Zoom
NTSC – 720*480, PAL – 720*576
1/4
Up to 30 (NTSC) / 25 (PAL) IPS per display window
Yes
User adjustment
X2, X4
Certification
Format
Input
monitor
Output
Loss detection
Motion detection
Input
Output
Compression
Frame rate (IPS) & Resolution
Display
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Playback
Frame rate (IPS) & Resolution
Search
Operation
Storage
HDD
Partitions
Alarm
Network
Control
Backup
Input
Output
Buzzer
Triggered by
Event log
Ethernet
Web
E-mail
Video
Audio
Protocol
Remote users
Bandwidth
Remote stations
I/R
RS-232
NTSC – 30 / 720*480, 60 / 720*240, 120 / 360*240
PAL – 25 / 720*576, 50 / 720*288, 100 / 360*288
Date/time, Camera, Alarm, Motion, & Video Loss
Play, Fast Forward, Backward, Pause, Stop, etc.
Remote I.E. and HEM can also Print
Half-size DVR - 1 set of 3.5"HDD,
Max. 500GB of HDD storage size
Configurable alarm partition size
Configurable auto-overwrite or not
1 USB 2.0 ports for USB 2.0 disk drives
4 contact or TTL/CMOS signal, polarity selectable
1 Normally Open, 1 Normally Closed relay output
Yes
Sensor input, Video loss, & Motion
Yes
1 RJ-45 10/100BaseT Ethernet connector
Remote setup, monitoring, backup, alarm notification, & remote software
upgrade
Alarm notification to stationary or mobile devices
1/4 split-window & SEQ mode
Bidirectional
TCP/IP, HTTP, PPPoE, DHCP, DDNS, TSP
Up to 5 users simultaneously
TCP/IP type dynamic sliding window control
PC
1 I/R remote controller
1 D-type female connector for PTZ
1 optional D-type female connector for PTZ
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Setup
Reliability
Power
RS-485
Local
Remote
Multi-lingual
System recovery
Timer
Security
Source
Consumption
Operating Temperature
2-pin for PTZ control
On screen setup via keypad, I/R remote controller
Setup & upload via Windows application software
Yes
Auto power on after power loss recovery
Built-in real time clock
Multi-level password (3 levels, up to 18 accounts)
DC12V-5A
18W Max.
0oC ~ +50oC
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Appendix D – Time Zone Table
Time Zone
Samoa
Hawaii
Alaska
Pacific Time (US & Canada)
Offset
GMT – 11:00
GMT – 10:00
GMT – 09:00
GMT – 08:00
Arizona, US Mountain
Chihuahua, La Paz, Mazatlan
Mountain Time (US & Canada)
Central America, Saskatchewan
Central Time (US & Canada)
Guadalajara, Mexico City, Monterrey
GMT – 07:00
GMT – 07:00
GMT – 07:00
GMT – 06:00
GMT – 06:00
GMT – 06:00
Bogota, Lima, Quito, Indiana (East)
Eastern Time (US & Canada)
GMT – 05:00
GMT – 05:00
Atlantic Time (Canada)
Caracas, La Paz
Santiago
Newfoundland
Brasilia
Buenos Aires, Georgetown
Greenland
DST
Start
End
ˇ
ˇ
Mar, 2nd Sun, 2:00
Mar, 2nd Sun, 2:00
Nov, 1st Sun, 2:00
Nov, 1st Sun, 2:00
ˇ
ˇ
May, 1st Sun, 2:00
Mar, 2nd Sun, 2:00
Sep, last Sun, 2:00
Nov, 1st Sun, 2:00
ˇ
ˇ
Mar, 2nd Sun, 2:00
May, 1st Sun, 2:00
Nov, 1st Sun, 2:00
Sep, last Sun, 2:00
ˇ
Mar, 2nd Sun, 2:00
Nov, 1st Sun, 2:00
GMT – 04:00
GMT – 04:00
GMT – 04:00
GMT – 03:30
ˇ
Mar, 2nd Sun, 2:00
Nov, 1st Sun, 2:00
ˇ
ˇ
Oct, 2nd Sun, 0:00
Apr, 1st Sun, 2:00
Mar, 2nd Sun, 0:00
Oct, last Sun, 2:00
GMT – 03:00
GMT – 03:00
GMT – 03:00
ˇ
ˇ
ˇ
Oct, 3rd Sun, 2:00
Oct, 3rd Sun, 2:00
Mar, last Sun, 1:00
Feb, 3rd Sun, 2:00
Feb, 2nd Sun, 2:00
Oct, last Sun, 1:00
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Mid-Atlantic
Azores
Cape Verde
Casablanca, Monrovia
GMT – 02:00
GMT – 01:00
GMT – 01:00
GMT + 00:00
ˇ
ˇ
Mar, last Sun, 2:00
Mar, last Sun, 2:00
Sep, last Sun, 2:00
Oct, last Sun, 3:00
Dublin, London
Western Europe, Central Europe
West Central Africa
Eastern Europe
Cairo
Harare, Pretoria
Helsinki, Kyiv, Riga, Sofia, Tallinn
Jerusalem
GMT + 00:00
GMT + 01:00
GMT + 01:00
GMT + 02:00
GMT + 02:00
GMT + 02:00
GMT + 02:00
GMT + 02:00
ˇ
ˇ
Mar, last Sun, 1:00
Mar, last Sun, 2:00
Oct, last Sun, 2:00
Oct, last Sun, 3:00
ˇ
ˇ
Mar, last Sun, 0:00
Apr, last Fri, 2:00
Oct, last Sun, 1:00
Sep, last Fri, 2:00
ˇ
ˇ
Mar, last Sun, 2:00
Apr 1, 2:00
Oct, last Sun, 3:00
Oct, 2nd Sun, 2:00
Baghdad
Kuwait, Riyadh, Nairobi
Moscow, St. Petersburg, Volgograd
Tehran
GMT + 03:00
GMT + 03:00
GMT + 03:00
GMT + 03:30
ˇ
Apr 1, 3:00
Oct 1, 4:00
ˇ
ˇ
Mar, last Sun, 2:00
Mar, 4th Tue, 2:00
Oct, last Sun, 3:00
Sep, 4th Thu, 2:00
Abu Dhabi, Muscat
Baku, Tbilisi, Yerevan
Time Zone
GMT + 04:00
GMT + 04:00
Offset
ˇ
DST
Mar, last Sun, 2:00
Start
Oct, last Sun, 3:00
End
Kabul
Ekaterinburg
Islamabad, Karachi, Tashkent
Chennai, Mumbai, New Delhi
GMT + 04:30
GMT + 05:00
GMT + 05:00
GMT + 05:30
ˇ
Mar, last Sun, 2:00
Oct, last Sun, 3:00
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Kathmandu
GMT + 05:45
Almaty, Novosibirsk
Astana, Dhaka, Sri Lanka
Rangoon
Bangkok, Hanoi, Jakarta
Krasnoyarsk
GMT + 06:00
GMT + 06:00
GMT + 06:30
GMT + 07:00
GMT + 07:00
ˇ
Mar, last Sun, 2:00
Oct, last Sun, 3:00
ˇ
Mar, last Sun, 2:00
Oct, last Sun, 3:00
Irkutsk, Ulaan Bataar
Beijing, Chingqing, H. K., Urumqi
Kuala Lumpur, Perth, Singapore
Taipei
GMT + 08:00
GMT + 08:00
GMT + 08:00
GMT + 08:00
ˇ
Mar, last Sun, 2:00
Oct, last Sun, 3:00
Osaka, Seoul, Tokyo
Yakutsk
Adelaide
Darwin
Brisbane, Guam, Port Moresby
Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney
Hobart
Vladivostok
Magadan, Solomon Is.
Auckland, Wellington
Fiji
Kamchatka
Anadyr
Nuku’alofa
GMT + 09:00
GMT + 09:00
GMT + 09:30
GMT + 09:30
GMT + 10:00
GMT + 10:00
GMT + 10:00
GMT + 10:00
GMT + 11:00
GMT + 12:00
GMT + 12:00
GMT + 12:00
GMT + 13:00
GMT + 13:00
ˇ
ˇ
Mar, last Sun, 2:00
Oct, last Sun, 2:00
Oct, last Sun, 3:00
Mar, last Sun, 3:00
ˇ
ˇ
ˇ
Oct, last Sun, 2:00
Oct, 1st Sun, 2:00
Mar, last Sun, 2:00
Mar, last Sun, 3:00
Mar, last Sun, 3:00
Oct, last Sun, 3:00
ˇ
Oct, 1st Sun, 2:00
Mar, 3rd Sun, 2:00
ˇ
ˇ
Mar, last Sun, 2:00
Mar, last Sun, 2:00
Oct, last Sun, 3:00
Oct, last Sun, 3:00
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Appendix E – Recording Table
NTSC Recording Time (in Hour) - For Reference Only
System Storage (GB): 200
Average
Resolution
Recording Rate (IPS)
Quality
Picture Size (KB)*
120
60
30
15
10
5
720x480
9
32.2
58
115
173
345
(Full D1)
8
27.7
67
134
201
401
7
21.0
88
176
265
529
6
18.4
101
201
302
604
5
14.0
132
265
397
794
4
11.3
164
328
492
983
3
7.7
241
481
722
1443
2
5.6
331
661
992
1984
1
3.6
514
1029
1543
3086
720x240
9
16.1
58
115
230
345
690
(Half D1)
8
13.9
67
133
266
400
799
7
10.5
88
176
353
529
1058
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6
9.2
101
201
403
604
1208
5
7.0
132
265
529
794
1587
4
5.7
162
325
650
975
1949
3
3.9
237
475
950
1425
2849
2
2.8
331
661
1323
1984
3968
1
1.8
514 1029 2058
3086
6173
360x240
9
8.0
58
115
230
463
694
1389
(CIF)
8
7.0
67
133
266
529
794
1587
7
5.2
88
176
353
712
1068
2137
6
4.6
101
201
403
805
1208
2415
5
3.5
132
265
529
1058
1587
3175
4
2.9
162
325
650
1277
1916
3831
3
2.0
237
475
950
1852
2778
5556
2
1.4
331
661 1323 2646
3968
7937
1
0.9
514 1029 2058 4115
6173
12346
* Average Picture Size is estimated based on typical camera scene, and averaged by H.264 I/P/P frames.
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PAL Recording Time (in Hour) - For Reference Only
System Storage (GB): 200
Average
Resolution
Recording Rate (IPS)
Quality
Picture Size (KB)*
100
50
25
12.5
8
4
720x576
9
42.0
53
106
165
331
(Full D1)
8
36.0
62
123
193
386
7
27.3
81
163
254
509
6
21.3
104
209
326
652
5
18.3
121
243
379
759
4
14.7
151
302
472
945
3
10.0
222
444
694
1389
2
7.3
304
609
951
1903
1
4.7
473
946
1478
2955
720x288
9
21.0
53
106
212
331
661
(Half D1)
8
18.0
62
123
247
386
772
7
13.6
82
163
327
511
1021
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6
10.7
104
208
415
649
1298
5
9.2
121
242
483
755
1510
4
7.4
150
300
601
938
1877
3
5.0
222
444
889
1389
2778
2
3.7
300
601
1201
1877
3754
1
2.4
463
926
1852
2894
5787
360x288
9
10.5
53
106
212
423
661
1323
(CIF)
8
8.5
62
123
247
494
772
1543
7
7.2
82
163
327
654
1021
2042
6
5.7
103
206
412
823
1286
2572
5
5.0
121
242
483
966
1510
3019
4
4.0
150
300
601
1201
1877
3754
3
2.8
222
444
889
1778
2778
5556
2
2.2
292
585 1170 2339
3655
7310
1
1.4
463
926 1852 3704
5787
11574
* Average Picture Size is estimated based on typical camera scene, and averaged by H.264 I/P/P frames.
NOTE:Above say a reference only, if there is dissimilarity, please take actual machine as quasi-
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