Digital Video RecorderSVR
Digital Video Recorder SVR-1670 User Guide
Before installing and operating this product,
please read this manual thoroughly.
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Firmware Version 1.2
Product Warranty and Limits of Responsibility
Samsung does not accept any other responsibility concerning the sale of this product and does not
delegate any right to a third party to take any responsibility on its behalf. Product warranty does not
cover accident, negligence, alteration, misuse or abuse. In addition, no warranty is offered for any
attachments or parts not supplied by the manufacturer.
The warranty period for this product is three (3) years from the date of purchase. The warranty period
for HDD and Fan is one year after purchase.
The following are not covered by the warranty:
• Malfunction due to negligence or improper handling by user
• Deliberate disassembly and replacement by user
• Connection to an improper power supply
• Malfunction caused by natural disasters (fire, flood, etc.)
• Replacement of expendable parts (HDD, Fan, etc.)
• Replacement of expendable parts using ones from an unauthorized third party
Warranty only refers to the warranty covering products that have been purchased. During the warranty
period, repair and examination of items outside the warranty scope will be provided for a fee. After
the warranty period expires, examination and repair of the product will be provided for a fee.
This product is not intended to be the primary means for preventing fire and theft. The company is
not responsible for any accidents or damage that may occur as a result of using this product.
Table of contents
Product Warranty and Limits of Responsibility ………………………………… 2
Table of contents ……………………………………………………………… 3
Chapter 1. About Safety, Compliance and Disposal ……………………………… 5
1. 1 Warnings ………………………………………………………………
1. 2 Cautions ………………………………………………………………
1. 3 Compliance Statements …………………………………………………
1. 4 Disposal Procedures ……………………………………………………
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Chapter 2. SVR-1670 Description ……………………………………………… 7
2. 1 About the SVR …………………………………………………………
2. 2 Features ………………………………………………………………
2. 3 Package Contents ………………………………………………………
2. 4 Front Panel Overview ……………………………………………………
2. 5 Rear Panel Overview ……………………………………………………
2. 6 The Remote Control ……………………………………………………
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Chapter 3. Hardware Installation …………………………………………… 17
3. 1 Installing the SVR-1670 in a Rack ………………………………………
3. 2 Working with Input/Output Terminals ……………………………………
3. 3 Basic Connections to the SVR-1670 ……………………………………
3. 4 Extended Connections to the SVR-1670 …………………………………
3. 5 Remote Monitoring and Control …………………………………………
3. 6 Hard Disk Drive Installation………………………………………………
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Prior experience and technical expertise is required to install the product. Installing the product
without proper knowledge can cause fire, electric shock, or other damage. Installation should be
performed by the agency from which you purchased the product.
Chapter 4. Navigation: On-Screen Display and Function Menus ……………… 38
Samsung may implement, without prior notice, firmware or software upgrades or changes to the
appearance of the product.
Chapter 5. Quick Setup ……………………………………………………… 44
Copying and reprinting this manual, either partially or in its entirety, or translating it into another
language without the consent of Samsung Techwin, Inc. is prohibited. Copying for general use is
acceptable if within copyright law.
4. 1 Working with the On-Screen Display …………………………………… 38
4. 2 Working with the Function Key Menu …………………………………… 42
5. 1 Working on the Quick Setup Menu ……………………………………… 44
5. 2 Setting the Record Mode ……………………………………………… 45
5. 3 Setting the Date and Time ……………………………………………… 46
Chapter 6. Using the System Setup Menu …………………………………… 47
6. 1 Using the System Setup Options ………………………………………… 47
6. 2 Using the Disk Options on the System Setup Menu ……………………… 50
6. 3 Working with Passwords and Permissions ……………………………… 52
Chapter 7. Communication To / From the DVR ……………………………… 55
7. 1 Setting up Network Communication ……………………………………
7. 2 Registering with a DDNS Server …………………………………………
7. 3 Setting up for NTP Synchronization ………………………………………
7. 4 Configuring Remote Control ……………………………………………
7. 5 Setting up IP Filters ……………………………………………………
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Chapter 1. About Safety, Compliance and Disposal
Chapter 8. Working with Events ……………………………………………… 66
8. 1 About Events ……………………………………………………………
8. 2 Setting Up for Event Recording …………………………………………
8. 3 Working with Normal Events ……………………………………………
8. 4 Working with Presets ……………………………………………………
8. 5 Working with Digital I/O …………………………………………………
8. 6 Defining Programs ………………………………………………………
8. 7 Setting Up To Record ……………………………………………………
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This chapter explains important information about the safe use of the SVR-1670, its compliance to FCC and ECO
RoHS regulation, and how to properly dispose of the equipment.
The information is presented in these sections:
• 1. 1 Warnings
• 1. 2 Cautions
• 1. 3 Compliance Statements
• 1. 4 Disposal Procedures
Chapter 9. Camera and Monitor Display Setup ……………………………… 80
9. 1 Setting Up the Camera Display …………………………………………
9. 2 About Multichannel Screen Display ………………………………………
9. 3 Setting Up the Monitor Display …………………………………………
9. 4 Using Auto Sequencing …………………………………………………
9. 5 Configuring Multi Display Layouts ………………………………………
9. 6 SPOT Monitor Settings …………………………………………………
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Chapter 10. Camera Commandss …………………………………………… 85
1. 1 Warnings
Samsung Techwin, although not responsible for accidents or damage that might occur as a result of using this SVR1670, wants you to use it wisely and safely. In this section, we provide several warnings you should follow before
installing the equipment, during operation, and if dismantling or cleaning the equipment.
Heed these warnings to prevent serious injury, shock or death.
10. 1 Camera Commands from the FUNC Key Menu ………………………… 85
10. 2 Pan/Tilt/Zoom Commands …………………………………………… 85
Chapter 11. Working with Recorded Video …………………………………… 88
11. 1 Various Playback Options ……………………………………………… 88
11. 2 Searching for Recorded Video ………………………………………… 89
11. 3 About Copying Video ………………………………………………… 92
Chapter 12. Using Web Viewer ……………………………………………… 94
12. 1 System Requirements …………………………………………………
12. 2 Starting Web Viewer ……………………………………………………
12. 3 Monitoring ……………………………………………………………
12. 4 Playback ………………………………………………………………
Appendix A. Specifications of the SVR-1670 …………………………………
Appendix B. Recording Program Default Settings ……………………………
Appendix C. Supported PTZ Controllers and Protocols ………………………
Appendix D. Compatible HDD List ……………………………………………
Appendix E. Compatible Media List …………………………………………
Appendix F. Factory Default Settings …………………………………………
Appendix G. Glossary…………………………………………………………
Dimension …………………………………………………………………
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• Before installation
To avoid fire, explosion, malfunction or electric shock, observe these practices:
- Disconnect the power supply before installation.
- Verify that you can install to correct voltage(AC100V~AC240V) before connecting to a power supply.
- Never install in a very humid environment.
- Properly ground the SVR-1670 as well as any equipment you are connecting to it.
• During operation
To avoid fire, explosion, malfunction or electric shock, observe these practices :
- If the SVR-1670 cover ever needs to be opened, rely on qualified personnel or system installers, who know
how to do this safely.
- Never plug multiple appliances into a single power outlet.
- Never place heavy objects or dishes holding water on this product.
- Never use the SVR-1670 where excessive dust or flammable substances such as propane gas are present.
- Never touch power line with wet hand.
- Never insert hand into the DVD dock.
- Never put conductive materials into the cooling ventilator opening.
- Never apply excessive force when pulling on the power cord.
- Replace built-in battery with same battery type. Dispose of old batteries properly
- Never place batteries near fire or extreme heat.
- Never dissect or disassemble batteries.
• Dismantling and Cleaning
- Use a dry cloth to clean the exterior.
- Never use water, paint thinner or organic solvent to clean the product exterior.
- Never deliberately dismantle, repair or modify product.
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1. 2 Cautions
1. 4 Disposal Procedures
Samsung Techwin, although not responsible for accidents or damage that might occur as a result of using this
product, wants you to use it wisely and safely. In this section, we provide several cautions you need to follow
before installing or operating the equipment.
Heed these cautions to prevent minor injury to users or damage to the equipment. You will
see other cautions throughout this manual. Cautions are indicated by the exclamation point
symbol.
• During Installation
Prevent accidents and avoid injury or malfunction, observe these practices :
- For adequate ventilation, install the SVR-1670 with at least 6 in (15cm) of space between cooler fan and wall surface.
- Install on a flat surface.
- Never install in areas exposed to direct sunlight or excessive heat.
- Connect a camera to the SVR-1670 before recording and storing images. (If a camera is installed while SVR-1670 is
recording, the image in another channel might be disrupted.)
- This equipment is indoor use and all the communication wirings are limited to inside of the building.
The following procedures are applicable in the European Union and other European countries to
comply with correct disposal of waste electrical and electronic equipment, and batteries.
• Correct Disposal of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment
This marking, shown on the product or its literature, indicates that it should not be
disposed of with other household wastes at the end of its working life. To prevent
possible harm to the environment or human health from uncontrolled waste disposal,
please separate this from other types of wastes and recycle it responsibly. Household
users should contact either the retailer where they purchased this product, or their local
government office, for details of where and how they can take this item for environmentally-safe
recycling. Business users should contact their supplier and check the terms and conditions of the
purchase contract. This product should not be mixed with other commercial wastes for disposal.
• CAUTION : Risk of Explosion if Battery is replaced by an Incorrect Type.
Dispose of Used Batteries According to the Instructions.
• Correct Disposal of Batteries
• During Use
- Never expose the SVR-1670 to shocks or shaking during use.
- Never move, throw or expose to excessive physical shock during use.
- Installing unapproved hard disk drives can result in abnormal operation. Use only approved products. The SVR-1670’s
product warranty does not cover malfunction due to installation of unapproved hard disk drives.
- Samsung Techwin recommends the installation of a UPS (Uninterrupted Power Supply) with all its recording products.
1. 3 Compliance Statements
• FCC Compliance Statement
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, might cause
harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause
harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his expense.
• ECO RoHS Compliance
This marking on the battery, manual or packaging indicates that the batteries in this
product should not be disposed of with other household waste at the end of their
working life. Where marked, the chemical symbols Hg, Cd or Pb indicate that the
battery contains mercury, cadmium or lead above the reference levels in EC Directive
2006/66. If batteries are not properly disposed of, these substances can cause harm to human
health or the environment. To protect natural resources and to promote material reuse, please
separate batteries from other types of waste and recycle them through your local, free battery
return system. The rechargeable battery incorporated in this product is not user-replaceable. For
information on its replacement, please contact your service provider.
Chapter 2. SVR-1670 Description
This chapter provides information about the Samsung SVR series SVR-1670 (digital video recorder) and contains a
description of SVR parts and accessories.
The information is presented in these sections:
Samsung Techwin cares for the environment and strives to preserve it during all
product manufacturing stages and to provide customers with environment-friendly
products. The Eco mark represents Samsung Techwin’s goal to create environmentfriendly products and indicates that the product satisfies the EU RoHS Directive.
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• 2. 1 About the SVR-1670
• 2. 2 Features
• 2. 3 Package Contents
• 2. 4 Front Panel Overview
• 2. 5 Rear Panel Overview
• 2. 6 The Remote Control
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2. 1 About the SVR
• Audio Recording
The SVR-1670 in the Samsung SVR series records and plays video from up to 16 channels. In
addition, the SVR can alert you of the occurrence of user-defined events, such as motion detection,
using the buzzer, on the screen, or via e-mail. Various methods are provided to configure and control
this product: the front panel control board, mouse, remote controller, Web Viewer, SVM-S1 (CMS:
Centralized Management Software), and controller.
Recorded high-quality video files are saved in the hard disk drive for search and play purposes. You
can record, play, and copy video files from multiple channels in real time. This SVR provides a variety
of advanced options: motion detection, PTZ controls (Pan/Tilt/Zoom), user permission settings and
access control, real-time audio recording, event logging and search.
• Search and Playback
2. 2 Features
• Data Storage
The various features of the SVR-1670 are discussed below and include:
• Monitoring Screen
• Video Recording
• Audio Recording
• Search and Playback
• Data Storage
• Networking
• Additional Features
The SVR-1670 supports real-time audio input and recording for 16 channels simultaneously. Four RCA channels
and 12 D-SUB Channels are provided on the rear panel along with one audio output channel. Audio can be
recorded and played back simultaneously.
Search and playback options on the SVR-1670 include support for playback based on time, date and channel, a
graphical interface to input data search criteria, forward and backward search of paused video, playback logs
for all events, full frame playback, and access to search functions from the remote control or the front panel
JOG/SHUTTLE.
A hard disk is included with the product for data storage. The recorded data also can be stored to external media
such as a DVD+R, DVD-R, CD-R or USB.
Used in conjunction with the internal 8 TB storage and 4 TB external E-SATA (SVS-5R), up to 12 TB of storage
is available.
• Networking
• Monitoring Screen
The monitoring screen provides vivid, high-definition live video feeds from all 16 channels. On the split-screen,
you can view 4, 9, 10, or 16 channels as well as single-channel display. To facilitate viewing, an auto-sequencing
feature automatically switches to each connected channel after a set interval.
- To the SVR-1670, two composite monitors and a single VGA monitor can be connected.
The SVR-1670 supports LAN, xDSL networking capabilities across a 10/100/1000 Mpbs Ethernet connection. Several SVR1670s can be connected across a network. Combined with the PC interface client, the core features of the device can easily
be controlled remotely. A network connection is required for the following features:
- E-mail notification of events, which can be sent via TCP/IP or DHCP
- Using Web Viewer, monitor video from a remote location in real time and play recorded video.
- Running the SVM-S1 to search for and play back recorded video, manage storage devices, set up recording schedules, and
control the SVR-1670 remotely
• Additional Features
The following features are also available on the SVR-1670 :
- 18-language OSD: Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese, Taiwanese, Spanish, French, Italian, German, Portuguese, Polish,
Turkish, Russian, Swedish, Danish, Serbian, Rumanian, and Czech)
• Video Recording
The SVR-1670 stores video image data as high-resolution H.264 files at a maximum rate of 480 frames per
second. When recording video based on events, pre-event video of up to five seconds is also recorded. With an
advanced “covert” feature, the SVR-1670 protects the public’s privacy by selected channels.
To effectively manage the data storage capacity of the SVR, you can adjust its recording performance using
software that defines the resolution, frame rate, and recording quality.
- Easy firmware upgrade via USB or over the network.
(Firmware upgrading via network is not available during playback of recorded video.)
- PTZ control and Preset function
Motion detection settings, recording rates and recording modes can be programmed for each channel
individually.
The SVR-1670 provides several recording functions to accommodate any combination of manual and scheduled
recording. Along with multiple recording modes, users can perform all of the following functions simultaneously:
view recorded video, record video, backup video to the hard disk or external storage media, and monitor and
perform other networking operations.
An event log stores information on all event sensor activity, digital input/output activity, video loss detection, and
text-based transactions.
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2. 3 Package Contents
2. 4 Front Panel Overview
Refer to the package contents diagram to ensure that all accessories are provided with your SVR1670.
The front panel of the SVR-1670 has the following controls and indicators:
Figure 2.3.1 Package Contents – SVR-1670 and Mouse
AC CORD
Remote controller
Program CD
Figure 2.4.1 SVR-1670 Front Panel
No.
SATA Cable
Quick Guide
HDD Mount Screw
Rack Mount
1
DVD-Multi drive
2
Channel LED
Shows data input and event operation status for each
attached camera.
3
JOG/SHUTTLE
Use the jog dial to search recorded video precisely per
frame.
The shuttle can be used to change the play speed while
playing or searching video, forward or backward.
COPY light
Lit when copying.
SVR-1670 Quick Guide / SVR-1670
User's Guide
Mouse
REC light
Lit when the unit is recording.
HDD light
Lit when the hard disk is active.
EVENT light
Lit to indicate event detection.
PLAY light
Lit during playing of video.
NETWORK light
Lit during network activity.
5
Power button
Turns SVR-1670 on or off.
6
REC button
Starts or stops manual recording.
7
Channel button
Selects the channel to view live or playback video.
MULTI
Changes split-screen sections for live video feeds or
playback.
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Copies recorded video and images to DVD or CD-ROM
optical media.
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Figure 2.3.2 Package Contents Diagram
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AUTO
Starts or stops user-defined sequences.
10
PTZ
Starts or stops a PTZ function.
2. 5 Rear Panel Overview
The rear panel of the SVR-1670 has the following connections:
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MONITOR
Switches between the main and spot monitors.
12
MENU
Opens the on-screen display menu.
13
SEARCH
Starts Search mode.
14
COPY
Starts Copy mode.
15
FUNC
Starts Function mode.
16
ESC
Each time pressed, closes open submenus and menus.
17
PLAY/ENTER
Starts playback or selects an item on the menu.
18
Ĵ /REW
Goes to or selects in the menu. For playback, changes the
reverse playback speed.
19
Ķ/FFW
Goes to or selects in the menu. For playback, changes the
forward playback speed.
20
ā/PAUSE
Goes to or selects in the menu. For playback, pauses live or
recorded video.
No.
21
ă/STOP
Goes to or selects in the menu. For playback, stops playback.
1
Power Input
Socket for AC 100V ~ AC 240V power cord
22
USB1, USB2
USB ports for external devices (mouse, USB memory stick).
2
Ch1 ~ 16
Connection terminal for camera BNC input
3
Loop Out
Connection terminal for camera BNC output (loop)
4
Monitor 1~2
Connection terminal for monitor BNC output
5
Audio In (RCA)
RCA audio jack for RCA input
6
Audio Out
Audio jack for speaker output
7
Ground
A terminal that is used to ground SVR-1670 main frame.
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eSATA
Connection terminal for an eSATA external storage device.
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Figure 2.5.1 SVR-1670 Rear Panel
Terminal Name
Function
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VGA Output
Output port for PC monitor
10
Serial Port
RS-232C D-SUB connector
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Serial Port
(Terminal Block)
(RS-232C/485/422)
Connection terminal for expanded control, speed dome
camera, and other such equipment.
12
Sensor In
Connection terminal for sensor input
13
Relay Out
Connection terminal for relay output
14
Audio In (D-SUB)
D-SUB connection terminal for audio inputs from channel 5 to 16
15
D-I/O
Connection terminal for Digital In/Out
16
Ethernet
Ethernet port for network connections (RJ-45)
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2. 6 The Remote Control
No.
You can control all SVR-1670 features using the remote control device. You can also control multiple
SVR-1670s from one remote control device. This section explains how in these topics :
• Buttons on the Remote Control.
• Setting Unit SVR-1670 IDs.
• Usable Range of Remote Control.
• Changing Batteries.
Buttons on the Remote Control
Name
Function
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ID
Selects the unique ID.
2
FUNC
Starts Function mode.
3
Channel buttons
Changes channels.
4
MENU
Switches to the on-screen display menu.
5
+10
Use this button to select a channel number from 10 to 16;
for Channel 16, press +10 and then 6.
6
FAST REWIND (
7
PAUSE (
8
FORWARD PLAY ( )
9
FAST FORWARD (
10
RECORD (
11
STOP (
12
Pauses playback.
)
)
)
Forwards playback.
)
Fast forwards playback.
Starts and stops manual recording.
Stops playback.
Moves cursor up in the OSD menu.
Moves cursor left in the OSD menus.
13
14
Fast reverses playback.
)
↵ (Enter)
Saves settings and executes a function.
15
Moves cursor right in the OSD menus.
16
Moves cursor down in the OSD menus.
17
ESC
Cancels settings or goes up in the menu.
18
AUTO
Switches to automatic display mode.
19
STATUS
Displays system setup information.
20
PTZ
Switches to PTZ mode.
21
MULTI
Changes split-screen sections for live video or playback.
22
COPY
Starts Copy mode.
23
MON
Switches between the main and spot monitors.
24
SEARCH
Displays the Search menu.
25~30
F1~F6
Reserved for future use.
Figure 2.6.1 Remote Control
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Setting the SVR-1670’s ID for the Remote Control
You can control up to 16 SVR-1670s from one remote control by creating unique IDs for each
SVR-1670.
· Setting the ID for the remote control device
Changing Batteries
The Remote Control takes AAA-sized batteries. Here is how to insert new or replacement
batteries:
1. To remove the rear battery cover, press it
forward.
2. Check the battery contacts inside the remote
controller: + and –. Insert each battery matching
the battery contacts and battery poles.
Figure 2.6.2 Remote Control ID
1. From the OSD, select the Network menu.
2. Select the Remote submenu.
3. For the Remote Controller ID option, select an ID value. This will become the ID for the remote device
you plan to use.
3. Reinsert the battery cover.
· Setting the ID for the remote control device
Press the ID button on the remote controller and then the Channel button corresponding to the ID of the
DVR. If the selection is successful, the DVR plays a beep and you can remote control the SVR-1670. To
select an ID from 10 to 16, press +10 on the remote controller before the Channel button.
Usable Range of Remote Control
Chapter 3. Hardware Installation
Figure 2.6.3 shows an angle when the remote controller is pointed to the DVR remote controller
receiver.
This chapter describes how to install the hardware. It includes instructions for installing the SVR-1670 in a rack
or on a desktop; connecting devices to the SVR-1670 including cameras, monitors, sensors, relays; in addition to
handling and preparing wiring.
The information is presented in these sections.
Figure 2.6.3 Remote Control Device’s Usable Range
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• 3. 1 Installing the SVR-1670 in a Rack
• 3. 2 Working with Input/Output Terminals
• 3. 3 Basic Connections to the SVR-1670
• 3. 4 Extended Connections to the SVR-1670
• 3. 5 Remote Monitoring and Control
• 3. 6 Hard Disk Drive Installation
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· Solid wire : Strip 1/3 ~ 1/2 (8 ~ 10mm) of insulation off the end of the wire. Use AWG 20 ~ 26.
3. 1 Installing the SVR-1670 in a Rack
To use the SVR-1670 safely, please install the SVR in a rack using the enclosed rack mounts. Follow
these instructions to install the SVR-1670 in a rack.
1. Attach the enclosed rack mounts to the product.
Rack Mount
Figure 3.2.1 Preparing Cables for Terminal Blocks
Wire Insertion and Removal
When inserting or removing a wire from a terminal block, do it while holding down the terminal block
with a screw driver.
2. Attach the enclosed rack mounts to the product.
Rack
Rack Mount
Figure 3.2.2 Inserting and Removing Wires
3. 3 Basic Connections to the SVR-1670
3. 2 Working with Input/Output Terminals
This section discusses the proper handling of wires and cables when connecting sensors, relays and
other devices to the SVR-1670.
Handling Cable Ends
You might need to prepare cables before connecting them to terminal blocks. Different wire gauges
are needed for stranded wire or solid wire. Prepare the end of the wire by removing the following
amounts of insulation:
· Stranded wire : Strip 1/3 ~ 1/2 (8 ~ 10mm) of insulation off the end of the wire and solder it together.
Use AWG 22 ~ 26 wire.
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This section explains how to connect devices to the SVR-1670, within the following subsections:
• Basic Connection Diagram
• Connecting Cameras
• Connecting a Monitor
• Connecting Audio
• Connecting the Power Cable
Always turn off the SVR-1670 and disconnect the power cord from its power source before
you connect devices to the SVR-1670.
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Basic Connection Diagram
The following configuration diagram depicts a basic sample configuration that include cameras,
monitors, sensors, and relays. These diagrams are representative only and are not intended to
depict the only possible configurations for the SVR-1670.
The following default settings are assigned to cameras that are connected to the SVR-1670.
· Video input type, which is determined by the device that is connected to the lowest channel number. For
example, if there are five cameras connected to the SVR-1670 and the lowest channel number in use is
6, then the SVR-1670 will set the video input type to match the camera connected to channel 6.
· About Video In and Out Connections
The SVR-1670 uses the “Auto Terminating Resistance” setting for the video input and loop output connections.
If the BNC terminal is connected only for video inputs, the terminal resistance is automatically set to 75Ω.
If the terminal is connected for both video inputs and loop outputs, the terminal resistance is set to Hi-Z;
you must configure the terminal resistance of the output device to 75Ω. The loop output terminal is only
for video inputs; use it only if there is video input to the BNC input terminal of a camera. Connecting an
end of a cable to the loop output terminal without connecting the other end to an external device may
cause degradation in video quality.
Figure 3.3.1 Sample Connection Diagrams
Connecting Cameras
1. Ensure that the SVR-1670 is not connected to a live power source.
2. Using video cable, connect up to 16 standard CCTV cameras to the SVR-1670. Follow the
instructions provided with the cameras to connect them to an external power source.
Figure 3.3.3 Video Input and Output Connections
Figure 3.3.2 Connecting Cameras to the SVR-1670
Never connect both NTSC and PAL cameras to the SVR-1670 at the same time. The SVR-1670
recognizes only one camera type at a time.
For automatic recognizing the NTSC/PAL system, connect and turn on the camera before
turning on the SVR-1670.
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Connecting a Monitor
3. Refer to Figure 3.3.6 when connecting devices with D-SUB cables.
1. Ensure that the SVR-1670 is not connected to a live power source.
2. Using a monitor cable, connect a monitor or monitors to the SVR-1670.
Figure 3.3.6 The Audio Pin Assignments
Figure 3.3.4 Connecting Monitors to the SVR-1670
3. Connect the monitor’s power cord to the monitor and to an external power source.
Audio In/Out Connections
Two types of audio input are available: 4 RCA audio (1~4ch) and 12 D-SUB audio inputs (5~16ch). A total of
16 different audio inputs are acceptable, and 1 output can be used to check the quality of the audio input.
Connect the D-SUB audio inputs as shown in Figure 3.3.7 Audio Input & Output Connection.
Connecting Audio
1. Ensure that the SVR-1670 is not connected to a live power source.
2. Using RCA audio cables or D-SUB cables, attach a microphone and speakers to the SVR-1670.
Figure 3.3.7 Audio Input and Output Connections
Figure 3.3.5 Connecting Audio to the SVR-1670
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Connecting the Power Cable
Connect the power cable as shown in the following figure.
The SVR-1670 starts automatically when the power is connected.
3. 4 Extended Connections to the SVR-1670
This section explains how to connect additional devices to the SVR-1670. It includes the following
subsections :
• Extended Connection Diagram
• Sensor Connections and Settings
• Relay Connections
• D-I/O(Digital-I/O) Connections And Settings
• Serial communication terminal connections
Extended Connection Diagram
Figure 3.3.8 Connecting a Power Cord
The following picture is an example of connecting the product with a series of external devices:
sensor inputs, relay outputs, D-I/O, serial communication terminals, and storage. Please refer to
this example for your information.
· To turn off the SVR-1670, press and hold the power button for 5 seconds, then choose “Yes” when the
power-off dialog appears.
· You can also unplug the power cable from the power outlet to turn off the SVR-1670.
Figure 3.4.1 Extended Connection Diagram
Figure 3.3.9 Turning On the SVR-1670
Sensor Connections and Settings
Connect sensors to S1 through S16. Sensors can be connected with dry contacts.
Figure 3.4.2 Sensor Connections
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The sensor specifications are as follows.
Specification
Electric
capacity
D-I/O Connections And Settings
No. of inputs
16 transistor input
Input types
N.C, N.O support
Support Sensor
Dry contact sensor
Connection method
Insert stripped wire end into terminal block
Pulse width of usable
input
Minimum 500ms
Output power
Typical DC 12mA
Connect a digital device to the D-I/O input and output terminals.
D-I/O
Figure 3.4.4 D-I/O device connection
Relay Connections
Connect relays to R1 through R4 as illustrated in the figure below. The illustration in Figure 3.4.3
shows how to connect a warning light.
Figure 3.4.5 Digital Input/Output Connections
Figure 3.4.3 Relay Connections for a Warning Light
The alarm specifications are as follows.
Specification
Rated
current
The D-I/O specifications are as follows.
No. of outputs
4 relay outputs
Output type
Dry contact
Connection method
Insert stripped wire end into terminal block
DC
24V 1A
AC
125V 0.5A
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Specification
Rated voltage
No. of inputs/outputs
12
Output type
DC 3V output
Connection method
Connect stripped wire end with 15 pin D_SUB.
DC
3.3 V
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The following figures illustrate how to connect PTZ cameras through the RS-422/485 port (COM2/
COM4) and how to connect other devices through the serial port connection terminals.
Serial communication terminal connections
Several types of devices can be connected to the SVR-1670 through serial ports. Access control,
ATM, and PoS transaction data can be transmitted through the COM1 port. PTZ cameras can be
connected and operated through the COM2 or COM4 ports.
Connecting Access Control, ATM, or PoS Devices
Use an RS-232 cable to receive text data from the PoS or ATM terminal via the COM1 port. COM1
and RS-232 (9-pin D-SUB) are used to receive text data.
Figure 3.4.8 PTZ Camera Connection (COM2 )
Keyboard
PTZ
Figure 3.4.6 ATM, PoS, Access Control Connections
Figure 3.4.9 COM2 Connection (RS-422/485)
Text
Keyboard
Keyboard
PTZ
Figure 3.4.10 COM3 Connection (RS-232)
Figure 3.4.7 COM1 Connection (RS-232)
Keyboard
PTZ
Connecting PTZ Cameras to the COM Ports
Use RS-422 or RS-485 ports (COM2 or COM4).
· PTZ cameras for the SVR-1670 can be connected through the COM port, and supported models
configured through the onscreen display menu.
Figure 3.4.11 COM2 Connection (RS-485)
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3. 5 Remote Monitoring and Control
External storage connections
You can connect an eSATA external hard disk drive and a USB memory device to the SVR-1670.
To extend the storage capacity of the HDD, you may connect an eSATA external storage device to
the eSATA port on the back of the SVR-1670. The eSATA port supports our SVS-5R eSATA external
hard disk drive.
(External USB hard disk is not supported.)
This section describes how to configure remote access to the SVR-1670. It contains the following
subsections.
• Internet/Intranet Connection Diagram
• Ethernet Connections
Internet/Intranet Connection Diagram
Connecting an eSATA Device
Turn off the SVR-1670 before you connect an external device to it.
The following example is a wiring diagram for the SVR-1670 to control it remotely over the internet
or intranet.
1. After you turn off the SVR-1670, use the eSATA port on the back panel of the SVR-1670 to
connect an SVS-5R external hard disk drive.
2. Attach a power cord to the drive and connect it to an external power source. If necessary, turn
on the eSATA drive.
Figure 3.5.1 Internet Connection
Ethernet Connections
Figure 3.4.12 Connecting an eSATA Drive
Figure 3.4.13 External Device Connections
Follow these steps to connect an Ethernet cable to the SVR-1670 :
1. Turn off the SVR-1670.
2. Connect one end of the Ethernet cable to the SVR-1670 and the other end to a hub or router.
3. Turn on the SVR-1670.
Figure 3.5.2 The Ethernet Connections
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3. Turn on the hub or router.
4. Turn on the SVR-1670.
2. Lift up the hard disk drive bracket, and then insert a hard disk. Fasten the disk to the bracket
using the enclosed fixture screws, as shown in the picture below.
To prevent damage to the SVR-1670, wait to turn the power on until after you have connected
the Ethernet cable.
3. 6 Hard Disk Drive Installation
This section describes how to work with a hard disk drive, in the following subsections :
• Installing a Hard Disk Drive
• Enabling a Hard Disk Drive
• Removing a Hard Disk Drive
• Disabling a Hard Disk Drive
Figure 3.6.2 Inserting Hard Disk to the SVR-1670
3. Reattach the hard disk drive bracket to the SVR-1670 main unit.
Always turn off the SVR-1670 and unplug the power cable before you attach or remove a hard
disk drive. Disconnect any devices that are connected to an external power source.
Installing a Hard Disk Drive
1. Open the upper cover of the product, and then remove the four screws that connect the hard
disk drive bracket and main unit.
Figure 3.6.3 Reattaching Hard Disk Drive Bracket to the SVR-1670
4. Once the bracket is securely attached, connect the SATA cable.
D
C
A
B
A B
Figure 3.6.1 Removing Screws that Connect the SVR-1670 & Hard Disk Drive Bracket
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Figure 3.6.4 Connecting SATA cable
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5. Connect the SMPS (switched mode power supply) power cable.
Enabling a Hard Disk Drive
To enable the newly attached hard disk drive, you must change its availability to " O " on the
SVR-1670’s Disk Manager menu.
D
C
A
B
AB
CD
1. From the OSD, select the System Settings menu.
2. Select the Disk submenu and then, select Disk Manager.
-The newly installed hard disk drive appears in the list along with O and X under the State
category.
Figure 3.6.5 Connecting SMPS Power Cable (Change the Image)
Figure 3.6.7 Disk Manager Menu Showing Disabled Hard Disk Drive
Figure 3.6.6 The SVR-1670 Connected with Maximum Number of HDDs
6. Close the upper cover on the SVR-1670, and then reconnect all devices that were removed for
the hard drive installation.
Now, it is time to configure and activate the hard disk drive.
3. To change to Enabled status, select the hard disk drive to connect and then press ESC to exit
the Disk Selection menu. To enable the hard disk drive, select Add and then press Enter. You
can add the hard disk drive to store data.
Figure 3.6.8 Disk Manager Menu Showing Enabled Hard Disk Drive
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Removing a Hard Disk Drive
To detach a hard disk drive, follow the instructions below:
1. Unplug the SATA and power cables. Remove the screws that connect the SVR-1670 main unit
and the hard disk drive bracket.
Figure 3.6.11 Removing Hard Disk Drive
A
B
D
C
AB
CD
Now, it is time to configure and disable the hard drive from the system.
Disabling a Hard Disk Drive
Figure 3.6.9 Removing Screws that Connect the SVR-1670 and Hard Disk Drive Bracket
To disable the removed hard disk drive, you must change its availability to " X " on the SVR1670’s Disk Manager menu.
2. Lift up the loose hard disk bracket.
1. From the OSD, select the System Settings menu.
2. Select the Disk submenu, and then, on it, select Disk Manager.
3. Select the removed hard disk drive, and then press ESC to exit the menu. Select Remove, and
then press Enter.
4. At the confirmation message, select “Yes” to remove the hard disk drive from the list.
Figure 3.6.10 Lifting Hard Disk Drive Bracket from the SVR-1670
3. Remove fixture screws on the both sides of the hard disk and the bracket. Store the removed
fixture screws safely, so you can use them to connect a hard disk again later.
4. Push the hard disk drive out from the bracket.
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Figure 3.6.12 Disk Manager Menu Showing Disabled Hard Disk Drive
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Chapter 4. Navigation: On-Screen Display and Function Menus
This chapter provides information about using the two graphical user interfaces for the Samsung
SVR -1670 DVR—the On-Screen Display and the Function menu.
Quick Setup Display Setup Record Setup Event Setup Network Setup System Setup
Exit
The On-Screen Display (OSD) provides access to all SVR-1670 features and settings through a
series of menus, submenus and options.
The Function Key menu provides access to all SVR-1670 functions, such as operation of cameras
and manipulation of recorded video, through a main menu with icons.
You can access both the OSD and Function menu using the buttons on the SVR-1670 front panel,
the mouse, or by using the remote control device.
Event Setup
Quick Setup
The information is presented in these sections :
Ķ 4. 1 Working with the On-Screen Display
Ķ 4. 2 Working with the Function Menu
Display Setup
Network Setup
Channel
Monitor1
SPOT
Network
DDNS
NTP
Remote
IP Filter
Note on followings when using with mouse:
· Do not operate any other process until the mouse cursor appears when you connect a
mouse to the product.
· If the attached mouse is not operated for a long period, mouse may not work properly.
Record Setup
• Accessing the OSD
• Understanding the Menu Structure
• Using the On-Screen Keyboard
• Setting the Date and Time
• Saving Your Changes on the OSD
System Setup
System
Disk
Password
Record
Program
4. 1 Working with the On-Screen Display
You will use the OSD to set up, configure and operate the SVR-1670. The section discusses how to
work with the OSD and covers the following topics :
Exit
Save
Do not save
Event
Normal
Preset
D-I/O
Record Mode
Program
Event Check
Language
Time
Audio Recording
Figure 4.1.1 The On Screen Display
Each menu has a gray title bar with submenus, demonstrated in Figure 4.1.2 :
Menu tab(Icon)
Submenu
Setting
Option
Accessing the OSD
To access the OSD, you can either :
· Press the MENU button on the front panel. To close it, press the ESC button.
· Press the Menu button on the remote control. To close it, press the ESC button.
· Press the “Home” icon on the Function menu. To close it, press the ESC button.
OSD Screen Elements
The OSD contains a row of tabs at the top with icons representing seven menus—Quick Setup,
Display, Record (HDD), Event, Communications, System Setup, and Exit.
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Figure 4.1.2 The OSD Menu Structure
Notice that on the submenu, options are listed on the left side of the screen, with settings to the
right.
As you work on the OSD you will quickly learn how to use your preferred method of moving from
menus, options and settings. This table gives you the basic instructions you need to know to get
started.
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Place in OSD
Description / Navigation
Menu
Current menu tab is highlighted in blue.
Move between menus in any of these ways :
· DVR front panel : Use the left and right buttons, then press PLAY/ENTER to make
your selection.
· Mouse : Press the mouse’s left key to make your selection.
· Remote Control : Use the left and right arrow buttons, and then press Enter to
make your selection.
To select a different menu or to exit the OSD, press Exit.
Submenu
Current submenu is displayed with a yellow underline.
To go across submenus :
· DVR front panel : Use the left and right buttons, then press PLAY/ENTER to make
your selection.
· Mouse : Press the mouse’s left key to make your selection
· Remote Control : Use the left and right arrow buttons, and then press Enter to
make your selection.
To go to a different menu, press ESC.
Option
Current option is highlighted in blue.
To go between options :
· SVR-1670 Front : Use the left, right, up, and down buttons to move the cursor,
and then press Play/Enter to make a selection.
· Mouse : Use the mouse wheel to scroll or press the left button on the mouse to
make a selection.
· Remote Control : Use the left and right arrow buttons, and then press Enter to
make your selection.
To go to a different submenu, press ESC.
Setting
Current or default setting is displayed in gray text field.
A double forward caret >> means there is an additional submenu, with more
settings for you to choose.
To adjust a settings :
· SVR-1670 Front : Use the left, right, up, and down buttons.
· Mouse : Scroll with the mousewheel and Double-click to select a sub menu.
· Remote Control : Use the left and right arrow buttons.
To edit data :
· For a numeric value, use the left/right or up/down arrow buttons.
· For text, use the on-screen keyboard.
Press ESC to move away from the setting.
Using the On-Screen Keyboard
Use the on-screen keyboard to input text.
As you type, the text you enter
appears here for you to edit.
Figure 4.1.3 The On-Screen Keyboard
To enter text on the on-screen keyboard :
· Use the left/right or up/down arrow keys to choose characters.
· Use back arrow ą to backspace, and forward arrow Ą to insert a space.
· Press the ENTER key to exit the keyboard and save your text.
Saving Your Changes on the OSD
Be sure to save your changes when you exit the OSD. Whenever you make changes to an option
on the OSD, you must save them so they go into effect.
Figure 4.1.4 The Exit Menu
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The following table explains what function is controlled by each icon :
To save your changes :
1. Select the Exit tab on the OSD.
Icon
Function
2. Select “Save”.
3. When the confirmation message appears, select “Save”.
Opens the OSD. The FUNC menu closes and the OSD is available.
· If you decide you do not want to save changes, select “Don’t save.”.
Displays a list of system information.
4. 2 Working with the Function Key Menu
Select the Monitor you wish to view. This icon is set to toggle, which means each time you
select the icon, your view shifts to the next monitor for however many monitors you have
set up.
From the Function Menu you can access the OSD, operate other DVR functions, and control camera
playback. This section explains how to access the FUNC menu, and what each icon on the menu
means.
Displays the images to which you have channels. This icon is set to toggle, which means
each time you select the icon, your view shifts through the various display layouts available
(1x, 4x, 9x, 16x).
Begins camera Sequencing, if you have setup your channels to display live camera feeds
in sequence.
Accessing the Function Menu
Goes to Zoom menu.
To access the Function menu, use any of these methods :
· Press the FUNC button on the DVR front panel. To close it, press the ESC button.
Begins Pan/Tilt/Zoom functions if you have a PTZ camera linked to the DVR.
· Right-click the mouse. To close it, right-click again.
· Press the FUNC button on the remote control. To close it, press the ESC button.
Opens the Search submenu.
Opens the Copy submenu.
Understanding the Menu Structure
Rewinds recorded video at half speed.
Two types of function key menus are provided: Live Function and Playback Function. The Live
Function menu controls various functions of the SVR-1670 while Playback Function controls
video play options.
Rewinds recorded video.
Stops playback of recorded video.
Plays recorded video.
Figure 4.2.1 Live Mode Function Menu
Pauses recorded video.
Forwards recorded video.
Figure 4.2.2 Playback Mode Function Menu
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Forwards recorded video at half speed.
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Chapter 5. Quick Setup
This chapter explains the Quick Setup menu, from which you can set the recording mode and the
system date and time. You can also turn on event checking and audio, and select the language
for the system to use.
This chapter information is presented in the following sections:
Ķ 5.1 Working on the Quick Setup Menu
Ķ 5.2 Setting the Record Mode
Ķ 5.3 Setting the Date and Time
5. 2. Setting the Record Mode
This section provides a brief discussion about the record mode settings of Schedule & Event and
Manual & Event
Manual & Event
You can configure the product to start recording when the REC button on the front panel is
pressed, or when a preset event occurs.
5. 1. Working on the Quick Setup Menu
If you set Manual & Event for the Record Mode, you must also select a Program from the
Program option. Settings run from Program A through Program Z.
You access the Quick Setup menu by clicking the Quick Setup tab on the OSD. This section
explains its options and settings.
To review or edit the definition of a program, move to the Record Setup menu in OSD, and then
select a submenu program.
After you’ve selected Manual & Event and its program, press the REC button on the DVR’s front
panel to begin the recording. The Rec light will glow red during recording.
While recording, an initial M displays on the upper right side of the screen, indicating the Manual
recording mode.
Schedule & Event
You can configure the product to start recording on a scheduled date or when a preset event
occurs. If you select Schedule & Event, you need to setup the schedule.
1. From the Schedule option, access the Schedule submenu. This menu is in a calendar format
showing each day of the week and 24 hours with each day.
Figure 5.1.1 Quick Setup Menu
Option
2. On this Schedule, select which Program to run on any given day, or hours of that day.
Here is an example showing Program A entered as the program to run on Mondays and on
Tuesdays from Midnight until Noon.
Settings
Record Mode
Specify how you want to record: by Schedule & Event, or Manual & Event.
Program
Enables to select a recording program when the Manual & Event mode is set to
Recording.
Disables the Program option when the Schedule & Event mode is set to Recording.
Event Check
When you want the system to check for events: Always, according to the Schedule
you selected, or Off (no checking performed).
Language
The language you want to display on menus and screens.
Time
Set the date and time by which the system is to run, record and timestamp data.
Record Audio
Set to On or Off.
Select the
Program, A-Z
Figure 5.2.1 Schedule Submenu from Quick Setup
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3. Once you have completed the Record setup, notice the Rec light on the DVR’s front panel
flickers and the symbol S displays to show that all channels are recording as scheduled.
Chapter 6. Using the System Setup Menu
This chapter provides information about the features on the OSD’s System Setup menu, from
which you setup various system-wide controls for the DVR
The information is presented in these sections :
5. 3. Setting the Date and Time
Setting the system time is very important for the validity of your recorded data. The date and time
you set governs all schedules you subsequently configure on the DVR. The date and time appear
on all monitor displays and on all timestamps for events.
Plan carefully if you need to set the date and time!
Back up video before changing the time.
Do not change time setting while recording. Doing so can compromise the date stamping of
the recording.
Ķ 6.1 Using the System Setup Options
Ķ 6.2 Using the Disk Options on the System Setup Menu.
Ķ 6.3 Working with Passwords and Permissions.
6. 1 Using the System Setup Options
You access the System Setup menu by clicking its tab on the OSD. This section explains its four
submenus, their options and settings.
To set the date and time, follow these steps :
1. Select the Time option from the Quick Set menu.
2. Enter the time zone for the camera location. (The default setting is UTC 00:00 Dublin.)
Figure 6.1.1 System submenu on the System Setup Menu
Option
Figure 5.3.1 System Time Submenu on Quick Setup
3. Set Daylight Savings to on or off. (The Daylight Savings option is only available if daylight
saving time is used in the time zone you selected.)
4. Select the Date Format you prefer.
- Formats are YYYY/MM/DD or MM/DD/YYYY or DD/MM/YYYY.
5. Set the Time by entering data in each of the Date fields and in the Hour/Minutes/ Seconds
fields.
6. When a confirmation message displays, select “Apply” to change the new Date/Time settings.
· When the confirmation message appears, select Yes if you want to confirm your changes to
the date/time setting.
If only GMT/DST was changed, timestamp of recorded video remains as before the change
(recorded time). Note that the timestamp of recorded video will be changed accordingly if
the current time is changed.
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Settings
Language
Select a language.
Key Buzzer
Select On if you want a buzzer to sound when you use the buttons on the front panel.
Default
Select this menu to reset the DVR to the factory default mode. At the warning
message, select “Yes” again to restore the settings.
Load/Save
Configuration
Select Save if you want to save settings to USB storage.
Select Load if you want to load stored settings from USB storage.
Firmware Update
To update the firmware version of the SVR-1670, connect a USB storage device to
the DVR, and then select this menu.
DVR Alias
Set a SVR-1670 alias; that is, give the SVR-1670 its own name such as “Main
Floor,” “Headquarters,” or “Fred.”
System Log
Displays a log, by time, of various events within the system
Time
Set the system time. You can set the time in two places: here and on the Quick
Start menu.
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Updating Firmware
You can update the firmware you are using for video access and management.
1. Insert a USB drive containing firmware update files to one of the USB ports on the SVR-1670.
2. Select Firmware Update from the System submenu.
3. When the confirmation message appears, select “Yes” .
4. Upon the completion of an update, the SVR-1670 automatically reboots.
You can also update firmware through the Network.
(Firmware upgrading via network is not available during playback of recorded video.)
Figure 6.1.3 Config Changed Info submenu from the System Log
Working with the System Log
You can display the system log to review actions that have occurred or to copy the log.
Copying the System Log
Reviewing the System Log
You can save a system log to a USB flash drive.
1. Insert a drive into a USB port.
1. Select System Log from the System submenu on the System tab.
The System Log appears, showing actions that have occurred on the system, such as when
menu settings were changed and when system events occurred.
2. Open the System Log list.
3. Press the COPY button on the front panel.
The system logs is saved as a text file, with the file name <Model Name>_System Log_
<Date&Time.txt >—for example, SVR1670_SystemLog_20090101_153025.txt
Figure 6.1.2 System Log submenu of the System Menu
2. Select any line labeled “Config Changed” to open a submenu that explains what menu setting
was changed and who changed it.
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6. 2 Using the Disk Options on the System Setup Menu
The Disk submenu under the System Setup menu tab provides the Disk Manager option to manage
internal and external HDDs.
Working with the Disk Manager Submenu
With the Disk Manager, you manage internal and external HDDs to track their status, bad blocks,
size, whether enabled or disabled.
Column Heading
Type
Data
Disk locations and types:
· HDD(1)(Int 1 HDD)
· HDD(2)(Int 2 HDD)
· HDD(3)(Ext 1 HDD)
Model
HDD model numbers
Bad Block
Displays HDDs with bad blocks. “O” means no HDDs have problems. Blank means
the HDD is disabled.
Size (MB)
Displays HDD sizes in MB.
Enabled
“O” means the HDD is enabled. “X” means the HDD is disabled.
To Enable an Inactive HDD
1. In Disk Manager’s State column, select “X”.
2. Select “Add”.
3. The following message appears: “This disk must be formatted before use. Would you like to
format it?”
-Select “Yes” to delete all the data in the HDD.
-Select “No” to keep all the data in the HDD.
4. The HDD’s status changes to “O” in the State column.
Figure 6.2.1 Disk Submenu of the System Setup Menu
To Disable an Active HDD
1. Under Disk Manager’s State column, select “O”.
2. Select “Remove”.
3. The following message appears: "Would you like to remove the disk?"
- Selecting “Yes” changes the HDD status to “X” in the State column.
- Selecting “No” cancels the removal and retains the HDD status as “O”.
Figure 6.2.2 Disk Manager submenu on the System Setup Menu
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Using Disk Status Submenus
Users listed by
number, 1-10
The Disk Status submenus are available to check the temperature of the internal and external
HDD as well as the S.M.A.R.T information.
Tasks for which
permission must
be granted
Figure 6.3.1 Password submenu on the System Setup Menu
The next column is Check.
Figure 6.2.3 Disk Status submenu on the System Setup Menu
· An “X” on any row in this column means all users have permission to use that feature.
· An “O” on any row in this column means each user must log in to use that feature. (Entering
wrong password for 3 times will sound buzzer and this event is logged.)
The column next to Check is Admin.
6. 3 Working with Passwords and Permissions
· The Administrator always has permission to perform all tasks. This column contains Os, and
cannot be modified.
You set up permissions on the System Setup Menu’s Password submenu.
Permissions are granted, or withheld, for using the various features and performing various tasks.
The columns next to Admin are for Users.
• The administrator has all permissions to use all functions of the SVR-1670.
• General users must be granted permissions to use features. You can set permissions for a
maximum of 10 users. Each user can have completely different permissions than any other
user—or all can have identical permissions.
· An “O” on any row in this column means all users have permission to use that feature.
· An “X” on any row in this column means each user must have specific permission to use that
feature. (If non-authorized user accesses the function, the buzzer alarms.)
· In the figure : 6.3.1 Password submenu on the System Setup Menu, User 1 has permissions for
Menu, Playback, and Power Off. User 2 has permissions for PTZ, Relay Off, Playback, Power Off,
Power On, and Copy.
Setting and Reviewing Permissions
On the Password submenu, there are several columns (The password setup screen will not be
displayed for normal users.):
The far left column shows various features for which permissions must be granted (such as
permission to use PTZ, permission to turn off power, permission to copy video).
Knowing Your Password
When you first configure your SVR-1670, the default passwords are :
· For Admin, 11111111.
· For users, the 8-digit passwords follow this pattern : User 1 is 111111111; User 2 is 22222222,
and so on. For User 10 the password is eight 0s in a row.
You can change passwords if you have permission to do so.
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Chapter 7. Communication To/From the DVR
The Communication menu options allow you to configure for communication to and through a
network, a DDNS server, NTP synchronization, and remote control devices.
Changing Passwords
If you have the correct permission, you can change user passwords.
1. In the Change P/W row, select the user whose password you want to change.
These topics are explained in the following sections :
Ķ 7.1 Setting up Network Communication
Ķ 7.2 Registering with a DDNS .
Ķ 7.3 Setting up for NTP Synchronization
Ķ 7.4 Configuring Remote Control
Ķ 7.5 Setting up IP Filter
7.1. Setting up Network Communication
Before you enter settings on the Network submenu, you need to know the type of network connected
to the DVR. The type is either :
Figure 6.3.2 Changing a Password
2. A New Password submenu opens, in which you enter the new password.
· Enter the new password using either the number buttons on the SVR-1670’s front panel or
the on-screen keyboard.
• Ethernet, if the DVR is connected to dedicated line, cable modem or LAN.
• xDSL, if the DVR is connected to a PPPoE-type xDSL line.
Setting Up for Ethernet
This section discusses the options available if your Network Type is Ethernet.
· A password must be 8 characters long alphanumeric words.
Figure 7.1.1 Network Submenu for the Type Ethernet (on the Network Setup Menu)
Figure 6.3.3 New Password submenu
3. Click the Change button.
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Option
Type
Setting
Ethernet is the correct type if the DVR is connected to dedicated line, cable modem
or LAN.
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DHCP
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) manages host addresses on a
network. DHCP is used on a LAN with a DHCP server installed. If the LAN has a
DHCP server and you have enabled this DHCP option, the DHCP server will allocate
an IP address to the DVR.
IP address
IP Address is used for communication between the DVR and SVM-S1, and is also
used when Web Viewer accesses the DVR. It is available only when Net Mask and
Gateway are set.
Net Mask
Net Mask specifies a range of IP addresses and enables IP addresses in the range
to communicate. Net Mask should be allocated by a network administrator.
Gateway
Gateway must be specified to enable IP addresses to communicate and should be
allocated by a network administrator.
DNS1
DNS1 must be specified to register the DVR to DDNS Server(www.samsungipolis.
com) while DNS Address should be allocated by a network administrator.
Additional DNS
Additional DNS is used to replace DNS1 when it is unstable or has a problem.
Port
Port used for connecting to SVM-S1 or Web Viewer. The default port number is
4000.
Bandwidth Limit
(Kbps)
Kbps sets the maximum transmission speed of data output from the DVR (the
data transmission capability of the DVR). This can be left blank. Ask your network
administrator to specify it when necessary.
Option
Setting
Type
xDSL is the correct setting if the DVR is connected to a PPPoE-type xDSL line.
(If the xDSL line is not of the PPPoE type, you must select Ethernet.)
ID
Enter your User ID.
Password
Enter your password.
Port
Port is used to register to connect to SVM-S1 or to Web Viewer. The default port is
4000.
Bandwidth Limit
(Kbps)
This sets the maximum transmission speed of data output from the DVR (the
data transmission capability of the DVR). This can be left blank. Ask your network
administrator to specify it when necessary.
Status
Displays the connection status of the DVR.
Setting up for xDSL
This section discusses the options available if your Network Type is xDSL.
Figure 7.1.2 Network Submenu for the Type xDSL (on the Network Setup Menu)
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7. 2. Registering with a DDNS Server
To make the DVR’s IP address easily identifiable, your can register, with a DDNS server, a dynamic IP
address for the DVR. (Otherwise, the DVR has as a different IP address assigned every time it connects
to the ISP, making it difficult to determine the DVR's IP address.)
This section explains how you complete DDNS setup, by:
• Registering a DVR with a Dynamic IP Address
• Configuring the DVR for DDNS
Figure 7.2.2 Product List on My iPOLiS Page
Registering a DVR with a Dynamic IP Address
2. Click the Product Registration link to open the screen on which you can register your DVR.
1. Go to the iPOLiS homepage, www.samsungipolis.com, and log in.
· If you do not have an account, go to the My iPOLiS page, click Sign Up and follow the prompts
to set up an account.
ö NOTE: The iPOLiS website is optimized for use only with the MS Internet Explorer browser.
Figure 7.2.3 iPOLiS Product Registration Page
3. On the Product Registration page enter:
· ID for your product. This will become its domain name. Once you register this ID, it cannot be
changed.
· Your iPOLiS password.
· Choose a Classification for your use of the DVR.
Figure 7.2.1 iPOLiS Home Page
· Choose the model number of the DVR.
· Enter a location. This can be any sort of word, phrase or code that makes sense to your
business and situation.
· Enter a description. This, too, can be any sort of word, phrase or code that makes sense to
your business and situation.
· Click the Registration button.
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4. The newly registered DVR now appears on your Product List page :
Figure 7.2.4 iPOLiS Product List Page
Option
Setting
Interval
The dynamic IP address renews the relevant data from the DDNS per each interval,
thus maintaining a continuous registration status.
If you set the registration interval to Off or if the DVR does not upload any
information over two days, information for the DVR will be removed from the DDNS
server.
Server
Enter your DDNS server address. The default is www.samsungipolis. com.
ID
Your iPOLiS sign in ID.
Password
Your iPOLiS password.
Status
DVR's registration status.
∙ Not Registered means that the DVR is not registered to the DDNS.
∙ Date/Time & OK means that the DVR has been registered to the DDNS.
To manage the registered DVR
From the Product List you can, by clicking the appropriate button, View, Check or Edit the
registration information about any particular product.
· You can edit data about the product, but you cannot edit its ID. If you want to change its ID,
delete it and register it again, using a new ID.
· Click Delete if you want to remove the DVR from your list, either permanently or to re-register it
with a different ID.
Now that you have registered the DVR, you need to configure it for DDNS.
Configuring the DVR for DDNS
Verifying the Connection Status
Log into iPOLiS and review the Product list, to verify that the Product List shows the DVR’s status
as 'On'.
Complete the dynamic IP address settings for the SVR-1670 following the instructions, and then
configure the DDNS settings.
Figure 7.2.6 iPOLiS Product List Showing “On” Status
Figure 7.2.5 DDNS Submenu on the Network Setup Menu
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7. 3. Setting up for NTP Synchronization
Network Time Protocol (NTP) synchronizes time between devices on network. On a network, a server
provides the base time. The client systems receive the time from that server for synchronization.
7. 4. Configuring Remote Control
The SVR-1670 can be controlled remotely by various devices.
Figure 7.3.1 NTP submenu on the Network Setup Menu
Figure 7.4.1 Remote Control submenu on the Network Setup Menu
Set the options to your preferred settings to configure NTP :
Option
Sync With NTP
Option
Setting
Turns NTP on or off.
NYP Mode
The NTP mode indicates the client.
NTP Server
Location
Determines whether the NTP server is on a local network or on the Internet. This
option is only available if NTP Mode is set to Client.
NTP Local Server
IP
Sets the IP of the NTP server. Enter either the IP of an NTP server on the local
network or the IP of a DVR with its NTP mode set to Server.
This option is only available if the NTP Server Location is set to Local.
Interval
Set the synchronization interval; how often you want your system to communicate
with the server to synchronize the devices.
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Remote Keyboard
ID
Designation the keyboard operating all DVR functions with the controller buttons.
The default value is 1.
NOTE: If one keyboard is connected to several DVRs, it might conflict with other
channels, so a different value should be set for the keyboard address.
Remote Controller
ID
You can control up to 16 DVRs from one remote control by creating unique IDs for
each DVR.
Remote
Configuration
Setup
Enable or Disable configuration to system management software.
Remote Relay
Use the system management software to enable or disable the relay controls.
Serial Port
Four serial ports are available for the DVR; two RS-232C ports and two RS-485
ports.
PTZ
Setting up PTZ options.
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7. 5 Setting up IP Filters
Setting Serial Ports
To set the serial port, first select the COM (communication port) :
∙ COM1 and COM3 are fixed to RS-232C
∙ COM2 uses RS-422/RS485
∙ COM4 uses RS-485.
You can selectively block or allow IPs to access the SVR-1670.
1. Access the Serial submenu (to the right of the COM selection).
2. For the Devise option, select a connected device.
3. Set the other selections— Baud rate, the Parity, Stop Bit and Data Bit—as appropriate for the
device you’ve chosen.
Setting PTZ Options
To set PTZ options for your cameras, first specify the camera’s channel, 1 through 16.
1. Select a PTZ channel and access the popup for PTZ submenu.
2. Select a port that is connected to the camera channel and set PTZ Port.
3. Select an appropriate protocol for the PTZ camera control.
4. Select the Camera ID of the connected PTZ camera.
5. Set the PTZ Idle Time. This idle time is the duration of time before which the camera returns to
home position. For example, if you set this to 5 seconds, PTZ returns to Home position when
PTZ is not controlled for more than 5 seconds.
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Figure 7.5.1IP Filter submenu on the Network Setup Menu
Option
Use
Setting
Select to use the IP filter.
Default Policy
Select to block or allow IPs using the default policy.
IP Range
Select a range of IPs to block or allow; Check the checkbox, and then enter the IPs.
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Chapter 8. Working with Events
This chapter provides information about actions you can take on the Event Setup menu of the
OSD.
The information is presented in these sections:
Ķ 8. 1 About Events
Ķ 8. 2 Setting Up for Event Recording
Ķ 8. 3 Working with Normal Events
Ķ 8. 4 Working with Presets
Ķ 8. 5 Working with Digital I/O
8. 1 About Events
With Event setup, you prepare the DVR to record when an event occurs. Event recording is launched
based on input sensor, by motion detection, by text and by digital input. An event can be various
things :
• Loss of video feed
• Motion detected in a monitored area
• The disk being full and no longer able to record
For each option, enter the appropriate setting :
Option
Setting
Event Check
Three options are available to check events. To detect events at all times, select
“Always.” To disable event detection, select “Off.” To detect events only for a preset
duration, select “Schedule”.
Event Screen/
Dwell Time
Select the Monitor for which you are setting the dwell time.
Event Action
Select what action should notify you about the Event: Relay 1~4, buzzer, or E-Mail.
Action duration
How long the Event Action should last, for the relay or buzzer. (E-mails are sent in
specified time intervals.)
Normal Event
Source
What action will trigger the event. Check the appropriate box for Sensor, Motion
detection area, Camera channels (for video loss) or Text.
System Event
Source
Press PLAY/ENTER to select and define an instance as the system event: Disk Error,
Disk Full, Rec Fail, Authentication Failed, or DDNS Registration Failed.
E-Mail
This option become available if you selected Email as the Event Action.
Event Recording can be set up in conjunction with other recording modes: i.e. Manual & Event or
Schedule & Event.
Working on the Schedule Submenu
8. 2 Setting Up for Event Recording
You can schedule events for specific hours. You can set whatever works for your surveillance
situation by day of week and hours of day.
You set up for event recording from the Event submenu of the Event Setup menu on the OSD.
Figure 8.2.2 Schedule submenu on Event setup
Figure 8.2.1 Event Submenu on the Event Setup Menu
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Working with the Normal Event Source Submenu
Option
Setting
The normal event source is the action that triggers the event. You access this submenu from the
Event submenu on the OSD’s Event Setup.
Email Address
Enter the e-mail address of the person receiving the notification. Use only
Roman alphabet letters and numbers, in the format is xxxx@xxxxxx.xxx.
S stands for sensor.
Sender Address
Enter an email address that identifies the DVR as the sender of the notification.
This field is optional: If you use it, the format is xxxx@xxxxxx.xxx.
Including Pictures
For a Normal event, the system sends an e-mail with an image of the event
channel as well as event information including the sensor, movement detection,
and object disappearance.
For a System event, the system sends only event information.
SMTP Server
Enter an SMTP server to send email.
Authentication
Select a server, and then set to Use.
SMTP ID
If Authentication is set to Use, enter your ID for the SMTP server.
SMTP Password
If Authentication is set to Use, enter the password for the ID entered above.
M stands for Motion Detection.
V stands for Video.
Figure 8.2.3 Normal Event Source submenu on the Event Submenu
8. 3 Working with Normal Events
Check the appropriate boxes for Sensor, Motion detection area, Camera channels (for video loss)
or Text. You can check as many boxes as you need.
Setting Up E-Mail for Event Action
If you selected Email as the Event Action option, you set it up on the Email Setup submenu.
Figure 8.3.1Normal Event submenu on the Event Setup Menu
Figure 8.2.4 Email Setup submenu
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Option
Setting
MD
(Motion Detection)
Enables each channel or all channels to detect motion and notify users. Select one
specific channel or set to All.
Sensitivity
Set to Lowest, 1~3, Highest or Off.
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Area
If the MD Channel is set to All, the motion detection areas can be set to Set All or
Clear All.
If an individual channel is set for MD, Area can be set to Set All, Clear All or Select
Area.
Sensor
You can set one sensor for the channel selected, of you can select all sensors (of
16 possible sensors available).
Select the sensor, and set it to either N.O. (Not Open) or N.C. (Not Closed), or the
setting can be Off.
Text
For text settings.
Setting for Text Events
Option
Setting
Recording
You can turn recording for text input on or off.
Device
Select either one of VSI PRO, VSI Hydra and Manual.
Sync Text With
This selects channels to link with text data.
Seek Header
By defining a header here, the DVR can recognize from the header that it is the
start point of the data. Two headers can be set and detected because one device
can send various types of data to external receivers.
However, this parameter is needed to see how one unit of data out of continuously
incoming text data is structured. All data has its start and end points, and the
header is data that is always inserted to indicate the start point.
Header 1
and
Header 2
Use the onscreen keyboard to enter the text you want displayed for the headers.
Delimiter
The delimiter value will differ depending on the device used. For more information
on delimiters, refer to the user manual or the device manufacturer.
2. For the Custom Area option, access the Custom Area grid, which shows 330 squares in a
22x15 representing the area your camera “sees.”
Timeout (ms)
3. Click a square to set it within your motion detection area. You can build up as large a detection
area as you wish, positioned in whatever area of the grid is appropriate.
· Each square turns gray when clicked and part of the detection area.
· Click any square to deselect it.
DelimiterLines defined below are the maximum number of text lines available
for one piece of data. Even though data is standardized, lengths might differ.
For example, three lines are programmed for client name input for an ATM, but
if someone registers only his/her first name and last name, only two lines are
provided when the person uses an ATM. However, the DVR cannot detect this
automatically, so Timeout is used to determine how long is needed to recognize the
received data as complete data after the last line is entered.
Lines
Define the maximum number of lines for one piece of data.
Setting the Area for Motion Detection
You can set a particular area for motion detection surveillance.
For example, if your camera points to the car dealership’s car lot, you will prefer motion detection
around the cars themselves. You will be less interested in motion detection on the trees or light
poles that surround your lot. In this case, you can limit the Motion Detection (MD) zone around
the cars. To set your motion detection area:
1. From the Normal Event submenu, in the Area option, set Select Area.
External devices might not be recognized depending upon their particular features. Review
their product documentation or contact their manufacturer for information.
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8. 4 Working with Presets
On the Preset submenu, you can setup for event detection based on preset camera angles you specify
in the PTZ menu.
First, you need to define the preset for the PTZ camera attached to the channel.
1. On the Preset submenu of the Event Setup menu,
- Set a channel number.
- Choose the type of event—sensor, text, or MD (motion detection).
- Enter the Preset number.
Figure 8.5.1 The Digital I/O submenu of the Event Setup Menu
Emergency Recording
Emergency Recording operates when you :
∙ When a digital I/O channel is set to “Input” and its Input Type is set to “Emergency”, video
recording starts and continues based on the Recording After Event settings.
Figure 8.4.1 Preset submenu on the Event Setup Menu
8. 5 Working with Digital I/O
Digital I/O are digital ports available for input and output at the same time. The SVR-1670 has 12
digital inputs and outputs, all of which can be set to either input or output :
∙ When set to Input, an Emergency event is generated on the main unit if the corresponding port
becomes Low by external cause.
∙ When set to Output, the port transfers output signal if selected event is generated on the main
unit. — Available events for such Output setting are Text, Video Loss, Sensor, Motion Detection,
and Emergency.
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This table describes the settings :
This chapter provides information about :
• Scheduled Recording, which records video automatically at a scheduled time
• Manual Recording, which records video manually by pressing the REC button
• Event Recording records video automatically when events occur.
Option
The chapter also discusses the configuration settings including programming schedules, advanced
camera and audio setup.
CH (Channel)
The channel number
R (Resolution)
The recording resolution. Three resolutions are available:
∙ D1 (704 x 480)
∙ Half D1 (704 x 240)
∙ CIF (352 x 240)
F (fps)
Frames per second, from 1 to 30fps
The maximum frame rate varies depending on settings.
Q (Quality)
The recording quality: Q5, Q4, Q3, Q2, and Q1.
For Event Recording, Q3 or higher is recommended.
Maximum R/F
This box displays the maximum frame rate available for the selected resolution. For
example, if CIF 30fps appears in this box, it means that you can select up to 30fps
for the CIF resolution of a selected channel. D1 30fps means that you can select
up to 30fps for the D1 resolution.
Ķ 8. 6 Defining Programs
Ķ 8. 7 Setting Up To Record
8. 6 Defining Programs
You can define 26 programs—lableled from A to Z—and specify particular frame rates, video quality
and resolution for each. You then use these programs for both Manual and Schedule recording.
To set up a program :
1. Access the Program submenu, on the Record Setup menu of the OSD.
Description
About Recording Performance & Capacity
Channels 1-8
are listed on
the left grid.
Channels 9-16
are listed on
the right grid.
Figure 8.6.1 Program submenu on the Record Setup Menu
2. For Program option, select any letter from A-Z .
- The settings for that program display. For each pre-set Program, the settings for all channels
are identical. You can edit any setting within any Program.
- Each channel has two recording modes: Normal and Event. Normal recording proceeds until
an event occurs. When an event occurs, the recording shifts into the Event Recording settings
you have specified.
- For both Normal and Event recording, there are three settings: Resolution, Frames per Second
and Quality. All are further explained in the table below.
3. Notice that you can highlight any setting on any channel (the background turns red) and then
adjust the setting.
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Recording performance for the SVR-1670 is CIF 480fps for both Normal and Event Recording.
∙ When both recording modes are in effect, recording performance must not exceed CIF 480fps.
The resolution and maximum frame rate vary depending on the number of enabled channels.
∙ D1 (704 x 480) = 2 x Half D1 (704 x 240) = 4 x CIF (352 x 240)
∙ 120 D1 compressed frames = 240 Half D1 compressed frames = 480 CIF compressed frames.
Event Settings Limitations
When every channel is set up to record Normally at CIF 30fps, the Event settings for the first
channel are limited to CIF 30 fps, Half 15 fps, and D1 7fps.
If you want to set the Event settings to D1 30fps, the Normal settings of the other channels must
be changed to total CIF 360fps or less.
Freeing Up Capacity
You can free up capacity by disabling unused channels. If a channel is disabled, its surplus CIF
30fps becomes available for other use.
∙ To disable a channel, go to the Display Setup menu on the OSD: Select the Channel Number,
then for the Status option select Disable. If disabled, the channel is grayed-out on the Program
menu and is uneditable.
Setting a channel’s resolution to 0 fps does not free up space because the channel still
uses 2-3 recording frames per second—even when set to 0fps—for tasks such as network
communications.
When Events Occur in Multiple Channels Simultaneously
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If events occur simultaneously in multiple channels and the Event settings exceeds the DVR's
maximum recording performance :
∙ the Normal settings value is retained and
∙ the channels with events drop their Event frame rates settings to record the events.
However, the SVR-1670 provides D1 30 compressed frames for all channels; it can record
programs at a manually selected resolution and frame rate at all times.
Schedule
Or
Program
If your record mode is Schedule & Event, you set your Schedule option here. If you
record mode is Manual & Event, you select your Program here.
Pre Event Duration/
Post Event Duration
Set the Pre-Event Duration (1-5 seconds) and Post-Event duration (1-60 seconds)
for recording an event.
Repeat Record
Mode
If set to On, when there is no more space for recording to the hard disk, recording
continues by overwriting the previously recorded data.
Warning Level
Set a level of disk capacity. When capacity for all disks connected to the DVR
reaches this level, you receive a system warning.
Record Data
Retention
How many days of recorded video you want kept available. For example, if you set
this to 2 days, then a week later (when you have 7 days of video recorded) only
the most recent 2 days of that video is available for playback. Settings are Off, 24
hours, and 2 to 31 days.
Playback
Deinterlace
Only available when the recording resolution is set to Full D1 and Frame is set to
10 or below. For example, flickering will decrease if Full D1 video is paused.
Audio
Set Audio option such as Audio Recording, Gain, Sync Video Channel and so on.
8. 7 Setting Up To Record
You set up recording—either Manual or Schedule—from the Record Setup tab of the OSD.
Recording allows you to choose a program to record. The resolution, frame rate, and quality will vary
depending on program you select.
Manual Recording
Manual Recording becomes activated when the recording mode is set to Manual & Event. Select a
program and press the REC button to begin recording.
Schedule Recording Settings
Schedule Recording records video automatically at a scheduled time according to the chosen
program settings. Set the recording mode to Schedule & Event then select a program for a
scheduled date and time.
What is Deinterlacing?
Deinterlacing is the process of converting interlaced video, which removes weaving traces
generated when blending even and odd video lines to acquire smooth image.
Setting Up a Schedule
When you select the Schedule submenu, you can set up a recording schedule for every hour of
the day, every day of the week.
You can select one or more programs from among the 26 available, labeled from A to Z. Figure 8.
3 below shows an example that uses only Program A.
Data fields:
Index, Day,
Program, Time
Figure 8.7.1 Record Submenu “Schedule & Event” Record Mode Setting
Option
Record Mode
Weekly grid
showing hours
running from
Midnight to
Midnight
Description
Schedule & Event
or
Manual & Event.
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Option
Description
Index
1-50 different programs can be set. This allows you to set an variety of indexes for
various days, and portions of days, for each week.
Day
The day of the week this Index is in affect.
Program
The Program you wish to use for the Index.
To see the definition of any particular Program, go to Program submenu on the
Record Setup menu of the OSD. Also refer to Defining Programs on page 69.
Time
Time of day. (In the grid, 0 means Midnight, 12 means Noon, and so on.)
Delete
Click the Delete button if you want to erase the Index entries from the grid.
How to Set up a Schedule
1. In the data fields at the top of the submenu, enter the Index, the Day and the Program.
2. In the Time data field, enter the hour at which you want the program to begin recording, and the
time at which you want data to cease recording.
- You’ll see the grid automatically display the hours, marked with the letter that designated the
Program you chose.
Alternatively, you can set data in the grid, and the data will appear also in the data fields.
A Brief Tutorial
1. On the Schedule submenu, select 1 for the Index, Sunday for the Day and A for the Program.
2. For time, select 00:00 – 20:00.
- Notice that the grid displays an “A” on Sunday from Midnight until 20:00
3. Now select 2 for Index, Tuesday for Day and B for the Program.
4. Do not enter anything in the Time setting.
5. Using your mouse or the arrows on the front panel, navigate to the Tuesday row. Drag the mouse
along the row, or click the arrow buttons. The Tuesday row populates with “B” program.
6. Now highlight a “B” in the Tuesday row.
7. Click anywhere in the Monday row, and the “B” will appear for that hour. Notice that the Index
data field displays a new Index number for that new row.
Deleting an Index Configuration
If you want to change an index’s configuration after you’ve set it up, delete the Index to remove its
current settings and erase it from the grid.
1. In the Index data field, select the Index.
2. Click the Delete button to delete it.
3. The Index configuration is erased. You can now set different configurations for that Index
number.
Audio Setup
You setup Audio setting from the Audio option on the Record submenu.
Figure 8.7.3 Audio Channel submenu on the Record submenu
Option
Description
Audio Channel
Select a channel for audio. (This is not the channel for video; set that under Sync
Video Channel.)
Audio Recording
Set Yes to have audio recorded for playback. (If you set it to Off, audio is still
available for live video.)
Audio Gain
Adjust audio volume up or down.
Sync Video
Channel
Select the video channel for which you are setting audio.
By default, Channel 1 audio is outputted to Channel 1 video. But the audio channel
can be set to Channel 1 and the synchronized video channel to Channel 8. Then,
Channel 1 audio will be associated with Channel 8 video.
Audio Mix
On this submenu, set the audio for live feeds.
· Set to Mix On to have all audio available for output regardless of channel.
· Select a specific channel to mix audio for that channel only.
ö TIP : Because the Index field is never empty, be sure to double-check that you are deleting the
appropriate index. When you click the Delete button, whatever Index is displayed in the
Index field will be deleted!
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Chapter 9. Camera and Monitor Display Setup
This chapter provides information about setting up the camera and monitor displays, and
the screen layout, sequencing and other features available when viewing video images from
cameras connected to the DVR.
The information is presented in these sections :
Ķ 9. 1 Setting Up the Camera Display
Ķ 9. 2 About Multichannel Screen Display
Ķ 9. 3 Setting Up the Monitor Display
Ķ 9. 4 Using Auto Sequencing
Ķ 9. 5 Configuring Multi Display Layouts
Ķ 9. 6 SPOT Monitor Settings
9. 1 Setting Up the Camera Display
You configure each camera connected to the unit using the Channel Display submenu. You can adjust
Title, Status, Color, AGC, Brightness or Contrast for each of the cameras.
9. 2 About Multichannel Screen Display
You can change your screen display from a single channel to various configurations on multiple
channels on a split screen, up to all 16 channels on a split screen. (The default setting is 16
channels.)
You view multiple channels in various configurations on a split screen. For some of these, the channels
are standard. For others, you set up which channels you want to appear.
4A — Channels 1, 2, 3 and 4
4B — Channels 5, 6, 7 and 8
4C — Channels 9, 10, 11 and 12
4D — Channels 13, 14, 15 and 16
4E — Any four channels you specify
9A — Channels 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
9B — Any nine channels you specify
10A — Any 10 channels you specify
Use only one type of cameras—NTSC or PAL—to connect to the DVR.
Changing Screen Display
Shifting from multichannel to single channel
There are two ways to shift a multichannel display to single screen display of one channel :
∙ On the front panel, press the channel button. For example, press the “3” to view channel 3 in
single-screen display.
∙ Hover the mouse cursor over the Channel image on the screen, and then left-click the mouse.
∙ Place your mouse cursor on the channel’s image on screen, and left-click.
To return to split screen display, press the MULTI button or left-click the mouse.
Using the MULTI button on the front panel
Figure 9.1.1 Channel Display submenu on the Display Setup Menu
Option
Description
Channel Display
Assign the channel to a camera.
Title
Give a name to the camera for that channel. (This setting opens the On
screen keyboard in which you can enter what you want to call the camera)
Status
Enable or disable a camera. To increase recording or network monitoring
speed, be sure to disable unused channels.
Color
Select Color or B/W.
AGC (Auto Gain Control)
Set the automatic input range of video signals from a camera.
Brightness and Contrast
Adjust the brightness and contrast of a video.
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On the front panel, press the MULTI button. Each time you press the button, the screen displays a
different layout on the split screen :
Using the MULTI button on the Function menu.
1. Open the Function Menu and press the MULTI button .
2. A list of layout configuration options displays on screen. Select the layout you wish to see.
For example, if you select “11,” channel 11 will display in full screen. If you select “ 9A,” the
screen will split to show those 9 channels.
3. Press ESC to close the menu.
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9. 3 Setting Up the Monitor Display
You configure the display for each monitor using the Monitor submenu.
Setting up Auto Sequencing
You set up auto sequencing while entering settings for the options on the Monitor submenu of
the Displays Settings menu :
1. On the Monitor submenu, select the Monitor for which you are setting options.
2. Select the Sequencing option. The Seq screen appears.
Figure 9.3.1 Monitor1 submenu on the Display Setup Menu
Option
Description
Covert Channel
Set any video channel you want to remain private and accessible only with specific
permission. This channel will be hidden in live and playback modes.
Sequencing
Set the order in which monitor images display in an auto sequence.
Dwell Time
Set the amount of time a monitor image displays before the next image in the auto
sequence appears.
Multi Display
Select the monitor images you want to appear for the split screen configurations
4E, 9B or 10A.
VGA Mode
Select a resolution for outputted video.
On Screen Display
Select information you want to show, superimposed on the video:
· In case of the Live screen, you can set the time, channel name, event, recording
status, HDD usage, remote control ID and text.
· For video playback, you can set the time, command, channel name, event and
text display.
Figure 9.4.1 Sequencing submenu
3. Set the channel you want to appear first, second, third and so on in the sequence. You can set
up to 16 channels (or less if you wish).
Figure 9.4.1 shows some defined sequences :
· First in sequence is Channel 1. Channel 1 will appear in single screen.
· The second available order is 16A, displaying all 16 channels in split screens.
· Third in sequence is 4A. The four 4A channels will appear in split screen.
4. Once you have setup the sequences, close the Seq submenu to return to the Monitor submenu
to set the Dwell Time.
5. For the Dwell Time option, enter the amount of time you want each channel to appear on the
monitor (from 1 to 60 seconds).
· You must set a Dwell Time to activate Auto Sequencing. If Dwell Time is set to Off, Auto
Sequencing will not work.
Running Auto Sequencing
9. 4 Using Auto Sequencing
Changes the Live screen to the Auto Sequencing mode; a total of 16 different screens can be selected
at the Sequencing menu. Each camera’s image will displays in the order you determine, for the amount
of time you set (as the Dwell Time option). After each image displays in sequence, the rotation begins
again and plays continuously until you stop it.
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There are two ways to turn on Auto Sequencing so you can view it on your monitor :
· On the front panel, press the AUTO button.
· On the Function Key menu, press the Auto button .
To stop Auto Sequencing, press either button again. (This stops it from running; it does not
erase your settings.)
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9. 5 Configuring Multi Display Layouts
You can configure which channels you want to display in the 4E, 9B and 10A multichannel setting.
You set up multi display while entering settings for the options on the Monitor submenu of the Displays
Settings menu :
1. On the Monitor submenu, select the Monitor for which you are setting options.
2. For the Multi Display option, select first the configuration you want to set : 4E, 9B or 10A.
3. Next, access the Multi Display submenu.
The Multi Display submenu shows grid appropriate to the configuration you selected: split by
4, split by 9, or split by 10.
4. Click in the Channel’s box for each channel you want to include in the multi display. For
example, if you are setting up a 9B, select 9 channels.
- The grid displays where the channel’s image will appear.
- The order in which you click the boxes is the order in which the channels appear on the grid.
Chapter 10. Camera Commands
This chapter explains how you execute various camera commands, while viewing live video,
from controls on the FUNC menu and on the PTZ menu.
The information is presented in these sections :
Ķ 10. 1 Camera Commands from the FUNC Menu
Ķ 10. 2 Pan/Tilt/Zoom Commands
10. 1 Camera Commands from the FUNC Key Menu
While watching a live video, the FUNC menu can be used to control the PTZ operation or enlarge the
image of the camera.
Zooming In on Live Video
When viewing a single channel in full-screen mode, you can zoom in on the image. Zooming
allows you to move in 18 levels horizontally and 12 levels vertically.
1. Press FUNC to access the Function menu.
2. Select the Zoom button.
· The camera location defaults to the center of the screen.
3. Select the “Plus” button and press ENTER or left-click the video pane.
· To reposition the image, use the navigation keys on the FUNC menu :
Figure 9.5.1 Multi Display Layouts
10. 2 Pan/Tilt/Zoom Commands
9. 6 SPOT Monitor Settings
Configures the spot out monitor. SPOT Monitor can be used for realtime viewing and recording, and it
is not used for playback and video search.
If you connect a PTZ controller to your PTZ camera, you can control pan, tilt and zoom while watching
live video. Once you have the controller configured, you can access and work with the PTZ menu.
Accessing the PTZ Menu
Option
Description
Covert Channel
Set any video channel you want to remain private and accessible only with specific
permission. This channel will be hidden in live and playback modes.
Sequencing
Set the order in which monitor images display in an auto sequence.
Dwell Time
Set the amount of time a monitor image displays before the next image in the auto
sequence appears.
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1. Press the channel button to select the channel you wish to view.
2. Press either the PTZ button or the FUNC button on the front panel.
3. The PTZ menu appears, superimposed on the camera’s image.
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Figure 10.2.1 PTZ Menu
Option
Description
P/T
P/T stands for Pan/Tilt. Select this button to operate the Pan or Tilt features of the
camera.
Z/F
Z/F stands for Zoom/Focus. Select this button to operate the Zoom or Focus
features of the camera.
Menu
Opens the PTZ menu. To exit the menu, press the PTZ button on the front panel.
Preset
with Load and
Save
You can define where and how you want the camera to position itself.
Aux
with On and Off
Aux stands for Auxiliary, meaning special functions of your particular brand or
model of PTZ camera. For this option, you enter the number that corresponds to
the particular auxiliary function you want to use.
2. Select a preset number.
3. Select Load and then press the ENTER button.
The camera will pan, tilt or zoom to the specifications of that preset condition.
To save a position—in other words, to make it a preset :
1. Pan, tilt and zoom the camera until it adjusted to the position you want to save.
2. Go to the PTZ menu.
3. In the Preset field, select a preset number.
4. Select Save and then press the ENTER button.
Setting Auxiliary Functions
The Auxiliary feature is used for special functions of a PTZ camera. Specific features depend
on the particular make and model of camera you are using. Refer to the manufacturer’s
documentation for information on auxiliary functions.
To use the Auxiliary function :
1. Go to the PTZ menu.
2. To turn on the Auxiliary function, select On.
3. Set up to 16 Auxiliary numbers.
4. To turn off an Auxiliary function, select the Auxiliary number you wish to turn off and select Off.
Using Pan/Tilt
To pan or tilt a camera, select P/T from the PTZ menu.
· To pan the camera, press the left or right arrow key on the front panel, or click the left or right
area of the screen.
· To tilt the camera, press the up or down arrow key on the front panel or click the top or bottom
of the screen.
Setting the Console Menu
If the PTZ camera is connected to the DVR with the Samsung SPD protocol, you can configure the
camera using its console menu.
To access a camera’s console menu :
1. Use the navigation keys on the front panel to select camera settings.
2. Press ENTER to accept your settings.
Using Zoom/Focus
To zoom or focus a camera, select Z/F from the PTZ menu.
· Use the mouse of the buttons on the front panel to zoom or focus on the image.
Loading and Saving Presets
A preset is a defined camera position; you preset the camera angle and focus.
You must first setup camera preset with PTZ attached to each channel.
To activate a preset location :
1. Go to the PTZ menu.
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Chapter 11. Working with Recorded Video
This chapter discusses working with video that has been recorded on the DVR.
The chapter covers these topics :
Ķ 11. 1 Various Playback Options.
Ķ 11. 2 Searching for Recorded Video
Ķ 11. 3 About Copying Video
11. 1 Various Playback Options
To begin playback of recorded video on a 16-channel split screen, either :
• Press the PLAY button on the DVR’s front panel;
• Press the Play button on the remote control;
• On the Function Key menu, press the Play button.
Controlling Playback with Remote Control
If you use the remote control device, use these keys to playback video :
Option
Description
PlayĶ
Plays a video at 1x speed.
Pause Press to pause video playback. Press Enter to resume play.
Stop
Press to stops video playback.
Fwd
Press FWD while viewing a live feed to play the video recorded one minute before
the current live time.
Rew
Press REW while viewing a live feed to play the video in reverse from the last
recorded frame.
Controlling Playback with Function Menu
Step Forward
Use these keys on the Function menu to control playback :
Option
Description
PlayĶ
Plays a video at 1x speed.
· Press PLAY in monitor mode to play multiple videos.
· Press PLAY to play recorded videos from the last playback timestamp.
Pause Press to pause video playback.
Stop
Press to stops video playback.
Fwd
To play a recorded video from 1 minute prior to the ending, press the High-Speed
Forward Play button while on the Live screen.
Press FWD on the Function menu to change the playback speed. Each time you press
FWD the playback speed changes in this sequence: x1, x2, x4, x8, x16, x32, x64, x1/2.
Rew
To play a recorded video backward from the last frame, press the High-Speed
Backward Play button while on the Live screen.
Each time you press REW, the video plays in reverse playback speed (in the order
of x1, x2, x4, x8, x16, x32, x64, x1/2)
1/2Ĵ
Press ½ Rewind to play the video at half speed.
Ķ1/2
Press ½ Forward to play the video in reverse at half speed.
Step Forward
Press PAUSE, then press FWD or rotate the jog to play the video frame by frame.
Press the PLAY button to return to normal playback.
Step Rewind
Press PAUSE, then press REW or rotate the jog to play the video frame by frame.
Press the PLAY button to return to normal playback.
Capture
To capture the playback to a USB memory, press PAUSE and then press AUTO
button on the front panel.
BookMark
Press the PTZ button on the front panel to add a bookmark while playing back.
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Plays video frame by frame.
Step Rewind *
Plays video frame by frame in reverse.
Fast Forward
Forwards video rapidly.
Rewind
Rewinds video rapidly.
11. 2 Searching for Recorded Video
You can search for recorded video by Time, Calendar, Event and Thumbnail. To go to Search mode,
either :
• Press the SEARCH button on the front panel.
• Press the SEARCH key on the remote control.
• On the Function Key menu, click the Search button.
The Search menu appears, and from it you can select the type of search you wish to perform.
When the time has been changed:
If the time has been changed, searching should be based on the changed time.
- If only GMT/DST was changed, timestamp of recorded video searched and played remains as before
the change (recorded time).
Figure 11.2.1 Search Menu
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Searching by Time
1. Select Time from the Search Menu.
5. In the time period grid (at the right), select the time. The grid in marked by hours: 0 is
Midnight, 12 is noon, and so on.) If an hour is marked in sky blue, video was recorded
manually; if an hour is marked in pink, video was recorded by event in that hour.
6. Select the time, press the ENTER button, and select the minute on the appeared popup. The
grid is marked by minutes.
7. Press the ENTER button to start playback of the video for the date and time you’ve selected.
Searching by Event
You can search for events that occurred at a specific time down to the second.
1. Select Event from the Search Menu.
Figure 11.2.2 Time Search Menu
2. Notice that the Start-REC time and End-REC Time field show the range within which you can
search.
3. In the Search Time selection, enter the date and time you want to search for.
4. Select Search to start the search.
Searching by Calendar Date
1. Select Calendar from the Search Menu.
Figure 11.2.4 Event Search Menu
2. Notice that the Start-REC time and End-REC Time field show the range within which you can
search.
3. For the Search Start Time, enter the date and time on which you want to begin the search.
4. For the Search End Time, enter the date and time on which you want search to.
5. For Event Channel, select on which channels you want to search.
6. For Event Type, select which type of event you want to search for—Text, Video Loss, Sensor,
Motion Detection, or All
7. Select Search to start the search.
8. A list will appear with the search results. Select an item from the list to start playback.
Figure 11.2.3 Calendar Search Menu
2. In the Year field select the year.
3. In the Month field (to the right of Year), select the Month.
4. In the month grid, select the date within that month. (If a date in underlined in pink, video was
recorded on that date.)
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11. 3 About Copying Video
The SVR-1670 supports the following types of copy media :
• CD/DVD : You can copy video to a CD or DVD. We recommend you use the 16x CDs or DVDs from
Mitsubishi, TDK, Imation and Sony.
• STK : You can copy videos of multiple video channels to a USB storage device and playback using the
Slim Player. Copying function is available for users of appropriate security permission.
• AVI : You can copy saved data in AVI format to a USB storage device and play back.
Bookmark
While playing a video, bookmark a scene to enable the bookmark feature in the
Copy window.
Select Disk
This option will show the media currently inserted into your DVR. Select the disk
you want to copy to.
FAT32 Format
If you are using unformatted USB or HDDs in FAT32, you must format them before
copying. Select the FAT32 Format button to format them. (This applies only to STK
copying, not to CD/DVDs.)
Start
To being the copying, select the Start button.
For following cases, the tray will not open automatically after the CD/DVD copy failure:
1. When there is no saved data between the specified backup starting and ending time.
2. When the inserted CD/DVD media already contains the recording.
3. When the inserted media is not supported.
Copying Video
To begin copying, either :
· Press the COPY button on the front panel.
· Press the COPY key on the remote control.
· On the Function Key menu, select the Copy button.
Then enter the appropriate selections for each option on the Copy menu.
Do not interrupt the copying process once it begins. If the copy process is not 100%
complete, the copied video will not play properly.
Figure 11.3.1 Copy Menu
Option
Description
Type
Select either one of CD/DVD, STK and AVI.
Channel
For STK, select the channel to be copied after opening the copy channel.
(AVI and CD/DVD formats do not support per-channel backup.)
Slim player
Select whether to copy the Slim Player or not.
From
Enter the start date and time of the video you want to copy.
To or Duration
Enter the ending date and time of the video to be copied.
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Chapter 12. Using Web Viewer
This chapter provides information about Web Viewer, an online application which serves as a
complement to the DVR. With Web Viewer, you can view visual live feeds and play recorded data
over the Internet.
The information is presented in these sections :
Ķ 12. 1 System Requirements
Ķ 12. 2 Starting Web Viewer
Ķ 12. 3 Monitoring Live Video
Ķ 12. 4 Working with Recording Video
12. 3 Monitoring
If you are logging into Web Viewer for the first time, or if you click the
button at the top
of Web Viewer, you will be directed to the Monitoring Page where you can view the video feeds from
the cameras connected to your product.
12. 1 System Requirements
To use Web View, we recommend that your system meet these requirements :
•CPU : Core2duo E6750 or higher
(Intel Pentium 4 / 3.0GHz is the minimum acceptable)
•Operating System : Windows XP Professional
•Main Memory : 2GB or more (1 GB is the minimum acceptable)
•Video Memory : 512MB or more (256 MB is the minimum acceptable)
•Display Resolution : 1280 x 1024 (32bit color) or higher
•HDD : 1GB or more
•Other : DirectX 9.0 or higher, Windows Internet Explorer 6.0 or higher
Figure 12.3.1 The monitoring page screen that displays the current video
Splitting Screen and Changing & Playing Channels
You can select the number of video feeds to simultaneously display on-screen by clicking the
12. 2 Starting Web Viewer
Follow these steps to start Web Viewer :
1. Close all open programs.
2. Open your browser and enter the IP address and port assigned to the DVR, for example: http://xxx.
xxx.x.xxx:4000.
The port value default is 4000. Use this default unless your system administrator has changed the
value, in which case use that new value.
3. The Login screen appears.
- If you do not have ActiveX installed on your computer, you will be prompted to install it. The
ActiveX program is required to run Web Viewer.
4. At the Login screen, enter your ID and password.
- The default ID is admin.
- The default password is 11111111 (eight ones).
5. Click Login.
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button in the upper left of the screen. 1, 4, 9, and 16 channels are available to monitor
simultaneously.
When displaying 1, 4, 9, or 16 channels at the same time, the channels are displayed in
groups to manage visibility. For example, if you are monitoring 9 channels simultaneously,
then channels 1~9 are displayed in group 1, and channels 10~16 are displayed in group 2.
is used to select the group or channel you want monitoring. To watch video in all
channels in sequential order, click
button to activate the Auto Sequence option
that cycles through videos in different channels at 7-second intervals.
The logs for the current channel are at the bottom of the screen: event (MD, V-Loss), main unit
sensor, and relay event. To check the logs, move the scroll on the right side of the window up or
down. The event icon displays on the video of channels where MD, V-Loss and Sensor occur.
When clicking on a video channel, the selected screen is outlined in orange. To save the
selected screen as a JPG file, press the left button on the page while the orange outline is
present.
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Sensor Status
The
Control Relay
window on the left side of the screen displays the status of sensors.
The
window on the left side of the screen displays the status of currently activated
relays. Use the number buttons in the window to control corresponding relays.
PTZ Control
When clicking on a video channel, the selected screen is outlined in orange. To control the
camera PTZ (Pan, Tilt, Zoom) operations of the selected channel, press the left button on the
page while the orange outline is present.
changes the direction that the camera faces. Click the button to display
the circular button shown on the right. Click a direction on the circular button to
pan the camera in that direction.
adjusts the zoom and focus of a camera. Click the button to display the
circular button, shown on the right. Click and to zoom in and out; click
and to adjust the focus.
Click the
button next to the circular button to play the audio feed from the selected channel.
The effect of this button is identical to the Audio option in the right-click context menu.
You can adjust the PTZ speed with the slider at the bottom of the page. A total of 6 different PTZ
speed levels are available. Click
to decrease the PTZ speed by one level, and
to increase it by one. "1" is the slowest PTZ speed setting, and "6" is the fastest.
Note
The PTZ control and preset options are only compatible with PTZ enabled cameras, and the
DVR must be configured with the correct settings.
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12. 4 Playback
Click
at the top of the screen to display the Playback screen. This screen lets you watch
saved videos. Playback uses the Time Search option.
· Move the knob on the slider below the playback screen to seek to a specific video time.
Times with video available are highlighted in blue on the time slider while times with event
video are in red.
Figure 12.4.1 The playback screen that provides time based search
Splitting Screen and Changing & Playing Channels
You can select the number of video feeds to simultaneously display on-screen by clicking the
button in the upper left of the screen. 1, 4, 9, and 16 channels are available to play
video simultaneously.
When playing video from 1, 4, 9, or 16 channels, the channels are displayed in groups to manage
visibility. For example, if you are viewing 9 channels simultaneously, then channels 1~9 are
displayed in group 1, and channels 10~16 are displayed in group 2. Use
to select and
play video from a desired group and channel.
· To watch a video conveniently, select a date on the calendar under the Channel button. Dates
with videos available are displayed in blue, e.g.
·
Time Area : Select time, and then press the PLAY button to play a video that
is recorded at the selected time.
REW &
FWD Buttons : While playing a video, these buttons are used to display the play
·
direction and speed. The adjusted play speeds are 1x, 2x, 4x, and 8x backward and forward.
Each time the REW or FWD button is clicked, the play speed changes by one level.
·
PLAY Button: Plays a video. While a video is playing, it changes to the
(PAUSE) button.
Clicking the PAUSE button pauses the current video.
·
Stop Button: Stops a video.
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Specifications of the SVR-1670
Display
1. Video
a. Inputs
b. Resolution
2. Live
a. Frame rate
b. Resolution :
c. Multi Screen
16 composite video 1 Vpp, 75 ohm automatic termination
704 x 480 for NTSC; 704 x 576 for PAL
480fps for NTSC; 400fps for PAL
704 x 480 for NTSC; 704 x 576 for PAL
1/4/9/10/16
Performance
1. Recording
a. Compression
b. Recording Rate
H.264
NTSC : 120 fps in 704 X 480, 240 fps 704 X 240, 480 fps in
352 X 240
PAL : 100 fps in 704 x 576, 200 fps in 704 x 288, 400 fps in
352 x 288
Manual, Schedule, Event, Emergency
Continuous
Up to 5 sec.
Up to 60 sec.
c. Mode
d. Overwrite modes
e. Pre-Event
f. Post-Event
2. Search & Playback
a. Search mode
b. Frame rate
c. Playback function
3. Network
a. Bandwidth control
b. Multi Stream
c. Number of IP addresses
allowed for remote access
d. Protocol support
e. Monitoring
Date/time, Event, Calendar, Bookmark
Text (Exclusive viewer)
480 fps D1 for NTSC, 400 fps D1 for PAL
REW, FWD, Frame advance
Automatic
H.264/JPEG
Supports 1 for Playback, 1 for backup and up to64 LIVE
channels simultaneously.
(Allows up to 2 IP connections at the same time
regardless of the number of users)
TCP/IP, DHCP, DNS, DDNS, HTTP, ARP, ICMP and NTP
Built-in Web server
a. Max. Capacity
b. Internal HDD
c. External HDD
d. Back -up DVD Writer :
5. Security
a. Password Protection
12 TB
4 HDD
External HDD External eSATA 1 port
DVD+R/DVD-R/CD-R
File Format : BMP, AVI, Proprietary format / JPG (Exclusive
viewer)
10 User Level
Interface
1. Monitors
a. VGA Output
b. Main Output
c. Spot Output
d. Loop Outputs
2. Audio
a. Inputs
b. Output
c. Compression
d. Sampling rate
3. Alarm
a. Inputs
b. Outputs
c. Remote notification
4. Connections
a. Ethernet
b. Serial interface
c. PTZ control interface
d. PTZ Keyboard
e. USB
f. eSATA
g. Application Support
5. Dome Protocols
a. Supported PTZ cameras
RGB 800 x 600, 1024 x 768, 1280 x 1024 resolution
1 BNC, Multi-screen, Menu, Playback
1 BNC Spot (event pop-up, display switching)
16 Output
16 Line input, 30k ohm, 1Vpp
1 Line output, 1Vpp
ADPCM
16kHz
16 Input, NO/NC
4 relay outputs, NO/NC
Notification via e-mail
RJ45 10/100/1,000 Base-T
Serial interface RS-232C
RS-485/RS-422
RS-485
2 USB 2.0 ports
eSATA 1 External eSATA ports
ATM/POS, Mouse, Remote Controller
Samsung-T (Samsung Techwin), Pelco D, Pelco P,
Coaxitron, Panasonic, Samsung-E (Samsung Electronics),
VICON, Honeywell, AD
4. Storage
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Appendix A. Specifications of the SVR-1670
Normal
General
Event
NTSC
1. Electrical
a. Input Voltage
b. Power consumption
2. Environmental
a. Operating Temp
b. Operating Humidity
3. Mechanical
a. Dimensions
b. Weight (1x hard disks)
c. Rack mount kit
100 to 240 VAC; 50/60 Hz
Max. 50 W with 1x HDD
32°F ~ +104°F(+5°C ~ +40°C)
0%RH ~ 60%RH
17.5 x 3.5 x 16 inch (445 x 88 x 405 mm)
Approx. 22.1 lb (10 kg)
For mounting one unit in an EIA 19 inch rack
Appendix B. Recording Program Default Settings
Resolution
FPS
Quality
Resolution
FPS
Quality
M
Half
10
Q4
Half
15
Q5
N
Half
5
Q4
Half
10
Q5
O
Half
5
Q4
Half
10
Q4
P
Half
4
Q4
Half
5
Q4
Q
Half
1
Q4
Half
4
Q4
R
Half
0
Q4
Half
7
Q5
S
CIF
30
Q5
CIF
30
Q5
T
CIF
20
Q5
CIF
30
Q5
U
CIF
20
Q4
CIF
20
Q5
V
CIF
10
Q4
CIF
15
Q4
W
CIF
25
Q3
CIF
25
Q5
X
CIF
10
Q3
CIF
10
Q4
Y
CIF
1
Q4
CIF
4
Q4
Z
CIF
0
Q4
CIF
7
Q5
The following table lists the default settings for recording programs.
SVR-1670 Recording Programs
SVR-1670 Recording Programs
Normal
Normal
Event
PAL
Event
Resolution
FPS
Quality
Resolution
FPS
Quality
Resolution
FPS
Quality
Resolution
FPS
Quality
A
D1
6
Q5
D1
6
Q5
A
D1
7
Q5
D1
7
Q5
B
D1
4
Q5
D1
6
Q5
B
D1
5
Q5
D1
7
Q5
C
D1
4
Q4
D1
6
Q5
C
D1
5
Q4
D1
7
Q5
D
D1
3
Q5
D1
4
Q5
D
D1
4
Q5
D1
5
Q5
E
D1
4
Q4
D1
6
Q5
E
D1
5
Q4
D1
7
Q5
F
D1
3
Q4
D1
4
Q4
F
D1
4
Q4
D1
5
Q4
G
D1
1
Q4
D1
3
Q4
G
D1
1
Q4
D1
4
Q4
H
D1
0
Q4
D1
6
Q5
H
D1
0
Q4
D1
7
Q5
I
Half
8
Q5
Half
12
Q5
I
Half
10
Q5
Half
15
Q5
J
Half
4
Q5
Half
12
Q5
J
Half
5
Q5
Half
15
Q5
K
Half
3
Q5
Half
8
Q5
K
Half
4
Q5
Half
10
Q5
L
Half
8
Q4
Half
12
Q5
L
Half
10
Q4
Half
15
Q5
M
Half
8
Q4
Half
12
Q5
NTSC
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Appendix D. Compatible HDD List
Appendix B. Recording Program Default Settings
Normal
Event
Western Digital
PAL
Resolution
FPS
Quality
Resolution
FPS
Quality
N
Half
4
Q4
Half
8
Q5
2TB
WD20EVDS
O
Half
4
Q4
Half
8
Q4
1TB
WD10EVVS
P
Half
3
Q4
Half
4
Q4
500GB
WD5000AVVS
Q
Half
1
Q4
Half
3
Q4
320GB
WD3200AVVS
R
Half
0
Q4
Half
6
Q5
S
CIF
25
Q5
CIF
25
Q5
T
CIF
16
Q5
CIF
25
Q5
U
CIF
16
Q4
CIF
16
Q5
V
CIF
8
Q4
CIF
12
Q4
W
CIF
21
Q3
CIF
21
Q5
X
CIF
8
Q3
CIF
8
Q4
Y
CIF
1
Q4
CIF
3
Q4
Z
CIF
0
Q4
CIF
6
Q5
Capacity
Appendix E. Compatible Media List
DVD-R/+R manufacture
Mitsubishi(Exhortation 16X)
Appendix C. Supported PTZ Controllers and Protocols
Model
CD-R manufacture
Sandisk
Sony
Imation(Exhortation 16X)
Imation(Exhortation 52X)
Sony(Exhortation 16X)
Sony(Exhortation 48X)
Verbatim(Exhortation 16X)
Verbatim(Exhortation 52X)
This table lists the PTZ controllers that can be used with the SVR 1670 DVR.
Some protocols are expected to apply at a later date.
Manufacturer
Product
SAMSUNG
TECHWIN
· Samsung-T
· SCC-3100A
PELCO
· PELCO (P)
· PELCO (D)
HONEYWELL
· Honeywell
AD
· AD speedDome® Ultra 8
SAMSUNG
ELECTRONICS
· Samsung-E
PANASONIC
· Panasonic WV-CS950
VICON
· VICON
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USB manufacture
Mitsubishi(Exhortation 52X)
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Appendix F. Factory Default Settings
This appendix contains default systems settings. Use this list to identify default settings as they are set when the DVR is shipped from the factory.
You can change these settings, on the OSD menu, to your preferred settings.
Quick Setup
Option
Record Mode
Setting
ii
Program
Program K
Event Check
Off
Language
English
Time
ii
>>
Time Zone
UTC 00:00 Dublin
Daylight Saving
Off
Date Format
MM/DD/YY
Time
Current time
Audio Recording
Display Setup
Channel
Monitor1
Off
Option
Setting
Channel Display
Ch1
Title
Cam 1
Status
Enable
Color
Color
AGC
Enable
Brightness
0
Contrast
0
Covert Channel
Deselect All
Sequencing
Number 1 is set to Channel 1 and Number 2 is set to Channel 2 in order.
Dwell Time
5 sec
Multi Display
SPOT
Schedule & Event
4E
Channels 1, 2, 3, 4
VGA Mode
1280×1024 @ 60Hz
On Screen Display
Select All
Covert Channel
Deselect all
Sequencing
Number 1 is set to Channel 1 and Number 2 is set to Channel 2 in order.
Dwell Time
5 sec
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Appendix F. Factory Default Settings
Record Setup
Record
Options
Settings
Record Mode
Schedule & Event
Schedule
Pre Event Duration
1 sec
Post Event Duration
1 sec.
Repeat Record Mode
On
Warning Level
ii
Off
Playback Deinterlace
Off
Normal
>>
A~Z
Event Setup
Event
5%
Record Data Retention
Audio
Program
Not Set All
Audio
Audio Channel 1
Audio Recording
Off
Audio Gain
0
Sync Video Channel
Ch 1
Audio Mix
Mix On
ii
CIF, 0fps, Q1
Options
Settings
Event Check
Off
Event Screen / Dwell time 1
Monitor 1
Event Screen / Dwell time 2
Monitor 2
Off
Off
Event Action
Relay 1
Action Duration
10 sec.
Normal Event Source
Deselect All
System Event Source
HDD Fail
E-Mail
>>
MD
MD1
Sensitivity
Lowest
Area
Set All
Sensor
Sensor1, N.O.
Text
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>>
Recording
Off
Device
Manual
Sync Text With
Ch 1
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Appendix F. Factory Default Settings
Event Setup
Options
Settings
Seek Header
Off
Header 1
header1
Header 2
header2
Delimiter
0D0A
Timeout (ms)
1000
Lines
Preset
D-I/O
Ch 1
Preset
MD1, Not Set
Select D-I/O
D-I/O1
Direction
Out
Type
Sensor
Network Setup
Network
Options
Settings
Type
Ethernet
DHCP
Off
IP address
Default IP
Net Mask
Default NM
Gateway
Default GW
DNS1
0.0.0.0
Additional DNS
0.0.0.0
Port
4000
Bandwidth Limit (Kbps)
xDSL
DDNS
20
Channel Number
ID
0000
ii
Guest
Password
*****
Port
4000
Bandwidth Limit (Kbps)
0000
Status
xDSL not connected.
Interval
Off
Server
www.samsungipolis.com
ID
None
Password
None
Status
DDNS not Registered
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Appendix F. Factory Default Settings
Network Setup
NTP
Options
Settings
Sync with NTP
Off
NTP Mode
NTP Server Loc.
Remote
Client
ii
NTP Local Server IP
255.255.255.255
Interval
1 hour
Remote Keyboard ID
1
Remote Controller ID
All
Remote Configuration Setup
Enable
Remote Relay
Enable
Serial
Com1 >>
Device
None
Interface
RS232
Baud Rate
9600
Parity Bit
None
Stop Bit
1
Data Bit
8
PTZ
CH1 >>
Port
None
Protocol
Samsung-T
Camera ID
0
Idle Time
IP Filter
Public
Off
Use
Off
Default Policy
Deny
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Appendix F. Factory Default Settings
System Setup
System
Disk
Password
Options
Setting
Language
English
Key Buzzer
On
Default
>>
Load/Save Configuration
Load, >>
Firmware Update
>>
DVR Alias
DVR0
System Log
>>
Time
>>
Disk Manager
>>
Disk Status
>>
Change P/W
Default value
Menu
Check X, Admin and User : O
PTZ
Check X, Admin and User : O
Relay Off
Check X, Admin and User : O
Playback
Check X, Admin and User : O
Power Off
Check X, Admin and User : O
Power On
Check X, Admin and User : O
Copy
Check X, Admin and User : O
N/MIC
Check X, Admin and User : O
Save
>>
Do not save
>>
Exit
Exit
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Appendix G. Glossary
Term
Definition
4 CIF
A videoconferencing format that specifies data rates of 30 fps with each frame
containing 704 horizontal lines by 576 vertical lines.
4CIF is 4 times the size of CIF. See CIF.
AC
Alternating Current, a form of electricity for powering an appliance. The SVR-1670
supports either AC or DC current.
AC/DC
A power supply offering Alternating Current and Direct Current.
Access Control
An external device for which the SVR-1670 can retrieve text data related to
recorded events. Access control devices provide data related to building ingress
and egress.
Alarm
An input signal event that triggers the opening or closing of a switch that is
connected to a video channel on a DVR. A corresponding response varies
depending on equipment type. Most commonly, a switcher “holds” on the camera
corresponding to the alarm input.
Alarming
The ability of CCTV equipment to respond to an input signal, normally a simple
switch closure. The response varies depending on equipment type, the most
common of which is for a switcher to 'hold' on the camera corresponding to the
alarm input.
Analog
ATM
Auto Sequencing/
Sequencing
A signal in which any level is represented by a directly proportional voltage; not
digital.
An ATM (Automated Teller Machine) provides data related to bank transactions.
It is an external device for which the SVR-1670 can retrieve text data related to
recorded events.
The act of displaying video from every camera, or a group of cameras, that is
connected to a DVR. After a predetermined interval, the DVR displays video from
the next camera in sequence. If 16 channels are connected, the DVR briefly
displays video from cameras 1 through 16 consecutively.
Automatic
Brightness Control
The self-acting mechanism in display devices which controls brightness of the
device as a function of ambient light.
Automatic Gain
Control (AGC)
An electronic circuit that automatically adjusts the gain of a signal as a function of
its input or other specified parameter. For the SVR-1670, AGC controls the input
range of video signals from a camera.
Auto-Terminating
Feature whereby the equipment automatically selects the correct termination
depending on whether the video output BNC is connected.
AVI
Audio Video Interleave. A standard video file format introduced by Microsoft. AVI
files can contain both audio and video, which can be played back synchronously.
Brightness
A function of ambient light.
CD-R
Compact-disc recordable. A CD-R disc can be written once and then read many
times.
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Term
Definition
CIF
Common Intermediate Format. A videoconferencing format that specifies data rates
of 30 fps with each frame containing 352 horizontal lines and 288 vertical lines.
Other related file formats include :
· QCIF (176 x 144) QCIF stands for Quarter CIF.
· 4CIF (704 x 576) 4CIF is 4 times the size of CIF.
Continuous
recording
The act of recording video continuously without regard to alarm events or other
settings. When a DVR records continuously, it overwrites older video unless that
video has been marked for retention.
Contrast
The range of light and dark values in a picture or the radio between the maximum
and the minimum brightness values.
Covert channel
A video channel that can be recorded, but whose video can be viewed only by
users with the appropriate permissions.
D1/half D1
A type of video resolution.
· D1 resolution is recorded at 704 x 480 horizontal and vertical lines.
· Half D1 is recorded at 704 x 240 lines.
Data retention
The length of time that recorded video is stored on internal hard disk storage
before it is overwritten.
DST
During Daylight Saving Time clocks are advanced by one hour, in most areas of the
United States. Setting son the SVR-1670 can adjust time to allow for DST.
DC
Direct Current. A unidirectional electric current that provides power to appliances.
The SVR-1670 supports both DC and AC power.
D-I/O
Digital Input/Output connections. Also referred to as Digital I/O.
Duration
Refers to any of the following recording periods:
· Total length of recorded video that is stored on the hard disk;
· Length of a specific recorded event including pre-and post-sensor recording;
· Length of the video that should be copied to external media or storage.
DVD-R
Digital video disc-recordable. A DVD-R disc can be written once and then read
many times.
Dwell time
A variable length of time that a channel is displayed on a monitor before another
channel is displayed. See also Auto Sequencing.
eSATA
External serial ATA hard disk drive. Supported by the SVR-1670.
Event recording
The act of recording video based on the occurrence of a sensor event or motion
detection. When the SVR-1670 is set to record video based on an event, it records
the video along with pre- and post-sensor activity based on the configured settings.
Event screen
A group of cameras that are assigned to each other and are displayed
simultaneously upon the occurrence of an alarmed event.
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Appendix G. Glossary
Term
Definition
FAT 32 Format
File allocation table (32 bit generation). Replaces and overcomes limitations of
previous versions. The SVR-1670 supports the FAT 32 operating system.
FCC
Federal Communications Commission. The governing body in the United States that
creates and enforces compliance regulations regarding electronic equipment that
radiates radio frequency energy.
Firmware
The programming written to the ROM portion of a small memory chip and that runs
programs on the SVR-1670. (Programs stored on firmware are usually small and
do not require the storage capacity found in large computer hard disk drives.)
Focus
The focal point of a lens. An adjustment to the lens optics improves the clarity of
the picture.
Term
Definition
NTSC
National Television Standards Committee. The analog television standard used in
most of the Americas, Japan, South Korea, Burma, Taiwan, and the Philippines.
PAL
Phase Alternating Line. Describes the color phase change in a PAL color signal.
PAL is the European color encoding TV system featuring 625 lines per frame, 50
fields per second and a 4.43361875 MHz sub-carrier (4.43 MHz). Used mainly
in Europe, China, Malaysia, Australia, New Zealand, the Middle East and parts of
Africa.
Pan
To reposition a camera to the right or left, usually done with a computer mouse or
keyboard joystick control.
Picture-in-Picture
The act of displaying one channel on the screen while a second channel is
displayed in an inset window.
POS
Point Of Sale. An external device for which the SVR-1670 can retrieve text data
related to recorded events.
A POS transaction registers sales amounts and other information related to a
purchase. When combined with a surveillance camera recording video as each
transaction occurs, the data can be reviewed when the recorded video is played
back.
PPPoE
Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet.
Preset location
The pre-positioning of pan, tilt and zoom cameras by the use of potentiometers in
the moving parts of the camera head, which allow the control equipment to store
and move to a set reference point when the controller dictates or when an alarm
exists.
Protocol
The standard that provides the ability to control camera actions from a keyboard
joystick, remote control, or user interface. The SVR-1670 supports several standard
and proprietary protocols such as Samsung Techwin, Pelco D, Pelco P, Panasonic,
and Samsung-E
FPS
Frames per second. The number of frames that are displayed or recorded each
second.
Gain
The increase in strength of a video signal. See also, automatic gain control (AGC).
GUI
Graphical User Interface.
HDD
An internal hard disk drive.
Interlace/
deinterlace
Combining even and odd fields to improve the picture quality of a video signal.
Deinterlacing is the process of converting interlaced video to a non-interlaced form.
IPS
Images per second. Same as FPS.
Jog/Shuttle
The circular control on the front panel of the SVR-1670 that is used to adjust
menu settings, navigate through on-screen menus and control PTZ cameras. The
jog/shuttle can be pressed in any of four directions up, down, right, and left.
LED
A series of light-emitting diodes located on the front panel of the SVR-1670 that
indicate channel and data input status.
Loop out
Abbreviation for a loop output connection terminal on a DVR, for each camera
channel.
Manual recording
The act of recording video by selecting the record function while viewing live video.
PTZ (Pan/Tilt/
Zoom)
An acronym for a camera that provides pan, tilt, and zoom capabilities.
Max R/F
The maximum frames per second that can be recorded at the selected video
resolution.
Relay
Any device attached to a DVR that can be invoked in response to an alarm or other
event. For example, a relay can lock or unlock a door in response to an alarm.
Motion detection
The act of recording video based on the presence of motion in a defined area in the
camera field of view.
Resolution
H.264
A data compression standard digital video codec with a very high data compression
rate that is also known as MPEG-4 Part 10 or AVC (Advanced Video Coding).
A measure of the ability of a camera or television system to reproduce detail.
Typically refers to the number of picture elements that can be reproduced with
good definition.
Scheduled
recording
N.O./N.C.
Normally Open/Normally Closed. The normal setting for a sensor when it is
connected to a DVR.
An alarm is triggered when the sensor is switched from its normal setting. For
example, if a sensor for a door is set to Normally Closed, opening the door triggers
an alarm.
The act of recording video based on a programmed schedule. When a DVR is set to
record video based on a schedule, only video for those days and hours is recorded.
Separate recording schedules can be created for each camera connected to the
SVR-1670.
Seek header
The starting point for a block of data that is used by the text search function to
locate the beginning of a recording or its associated data.
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Appendix G. Glossary
Sensitivity
Sensor
An alarm sensor is available for each camera channel. Sensors are normally open
(N/O), or normally closed (N/C).
Spot monitor
A monitor that displays video but that does not provide access to on-screen display
menus.
Sync video
channel
The video camera to which recorded audio is associated.
Terminal block
A group of connectors on the rear panel of a DVR into which wires are inserted that
control camera position.
Thumbnail
A scene identifier presented by the SVR-1670 after a user searches for video.
Selecting a thumbnail displays the recorded video that starts with the thumbnail
frame.
Tilt
To reposition a camera up or down, usually achieved with a computer mouse or
keyboard joystick control.
USB
Universal Serial Bus. A standard serial bus used to connect external devices such
as a flash drive or hard disk drive to the SVR-1670.
VGA
Video Graphics Array. An analog computer video standard.
Zoom
To enlarge or reduce, on a continuously variable basis, the size of a televised image
primarily by varying lens focal length.
405
Definition
Setting sensitivity of motion detection for a camera determines how much or little
movement is required before an alarm is triggered. A lower setting triggers more
alarms than a higher setting.
445
88
Term
Dimension
405
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one line to give the program’s name and an idea of what it does. Copyright (C) yyyy name of author
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
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Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301, USA.
Also add information on how to contact you by electronic and paper mail. If the program is interactive, make it output a short notice like
this when it starts in an interactive mode:
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The hypothetical commands ‘show w’ and ‘show c’ should show the appropriate parts of the General Public License. Of course, the
commands you use may be called something other than ‘show w’ and ‘show c’; they could even be mouse-clicks or menu items¬whatever suits your program.
You should also get your employer (if you work as a programmer) or your school, if any, to sign a “copyright disclaimer” for the program, if
necessary. Here is a sample; alter the names:
Yoyodyne, Inc., hereby disclaims all copyright interest in the program ‘Gnomovision’ (which makes passes at compilers) written by James
Hacker.
signature of Ty Coon, 1 April 1989 Ty Coon, President of Vice This General Public License does not permit
incorporating your program into proprietary programs. If your program is a subroutine library, you may consider it more useful to permit linking
proprietary applications with the library. If this is what you want to do, use the GNU Lesser General Public License instead of this License.
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The licence and distribution terms for any publically available version or derivative of this code cannot be changed. i.e. this code cannot
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Limits and methods of measurement of radio disturbance characteristics
of information technology equipment
Limitation of voltage changes, voltage fluctuations and flicker in
public low-voltage supply systems, for equipment with rated current <=
16 A per phase and not subject to conditional connection
Product family standard: Immunity requirements for components of fire,
intruder and social alarm systems
Electrostatic discharge immunity test
EN 50130-4:1995 +A1:1998
+A2 :2003
EN 61000-4-2:1995 +A1:1998
+A2:2001
EN 61000-4-3:2006
Radiated, radio-frequency, electromagnetic field immunity test
EN 61000-4-4:2004
Electrical fast transient/burst immunity test
EN 61000-4-5:2006
Surge immunity test
EN 61000-4-6:2007
Immunity to conducted disturbances, induced by radio-frequency fields
EN 61000-4-11:2004
Voltage dips, short interruptions and voltage variations immunity tests
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Kyonggi-Do, Korea / October 9, 2009
Authorized Signatory:
Name : Young Soon, Choi
Title : Principal Research Engineer
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