Panasonic Arbitrator 360 Operating instructions

Panasonic Arbitrator 360 Operating instructions
Operating Instructions
Section 2 : Operation
Memory Card Video Recorder
Model No.
AG-CPD20P
Car Use only
Playback with the remote control panel is not available at present.
Upgrading is scheduled for the future.
For playback, it is recommended to use the Front-End application
or Back-End Client application.
In this manual, each explanation for playback with the remote
control panel is enclosed in a colored frame, like
.
Manuals for this recorder are prepared in two parts:
Section 1 : Before Use (Control Reference Guide, Connections, etc.) (Paper)
Section 2 : Operation (This manual)
Before operating this product, please read the instructions carefully and save this manual for
future use.
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M1009HT1129 -PB
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Contents
About This Manual.................................... 4
Viewing Live Video................................. 44
Starting Recording..........................................................8
Stopping Recording........................................................9
Write-protect switch......................................................10
Pre-recording and post-recording.................................10
Selecting the video source to record............................ 11
Audio sources when recording.....................................12
Power-on recording......................................................12
Loop recording..............................................................12
Intermittent recording....................................................13
Changes in intermittent recording status......................14
Location and name of recording files............................15
Recording Error Warnings............................................16
Selecting pictures.........................................................44
Zooming........................................................................44
Making a backlit image easier to view..........................44
Making a dark image easier to view.............................44
Adjusting speaker volume.............................................45
Muting Audio 2 input sound..........................................45
Adjusting brightness of the LCD panel.........................45
Turning off the LCD panel.............................................45
Adjusting image focus........................................................ 46
Adjusting image brightness...........................................47
Setting LPR mode.........................................................48
Setting shutter speed (in LPR mode)............................49
Setting camera zoom (in LPR mode)............................50
Setting shutter speed (in PATROL mode).....................51
Setting camera zoom (in PATROL mode).....................51
Checking audio.............................................................52
Adjusting the image enhancement...............................53
Setting the output video................................................54
Viewing the status of the recorder (Overlay OSD)........55
Disconnecting the recorder from a Front-End
application.....................................................................58
About the Trigger Signals...................... 17
Recording................................................ 59
License Plate Recognition (LPR) Mode.... 18
Starting and stopping recording....................................59
A trial shoot...................................................................60
Setting the target speed................................................61
To turn off the [REC] lamp during recording.................62
Features..................................................... 5
Control Reference Guide of the Remote
Control Panel............................................ 6
On Recording............................................ 8
Setup........................................................ 19
Playback.................................................. 63
Items officers can set....................................................19
Items administrators can set.........................................20
Playback.......................................................................63
Playback with the remote control panel is not available
Changing playback method..........................................64
at present. Upgrading is scheduled for the future.
Setting
bookmarks........................................................66
For playback,
it is recommended to use the Front-End
Selecting
a file
playback...................................................
67
application
or for
Back-End
Client application.
Turning Playback sound ON and OFF..............................68
Viewing the status of the recorder (Overlay OSD)........69
Text Files Used with the Recorder........ 29
File Types.....................................................................29
Saving Location and File Naming.................................29
File Specifications.........................................................30
Sample Files.................................................................31
Displaying Product Information............ 71
Basic Menu Operations.......................... 34
Viewing SDHC Memory Card type and software
version..........................................................................71
Viewing error log data...................................................72
Setting up/Deleting Officer Data............ 36
Transferring Files.................................... 73
AUTO mode..................................................................36
MANUAL mode.............................................................37
LIST mode....................................................................38
Setting the Source data................................................39
Setting the Area data....................................................40
Setting the Shift data....................................................41
Setting the Work Time data..........................................42
Deleting entered data...................................................43
Exporting files...............................................................73
Uploading files..............................................................74
Restoring Files Automatically............... 75
Rebooting This Unit................................ 76
Contents (continued)
Administrator Setup............................... 77
Service Log........................................... 119
Logging in the Setup/Admin screen..............................77
Audio Allocation............................................................78
Video Allocation............................................................79
Rec/Play.......................................................................81
Date/Time.....................................................................84
Registration...................................................................85
Trigger...........................................................................86
Embedded OSD............................................................87
Camera1.......................................................................88
Management Mode.......................................................89
Radar/GPS...................................................................90
File Management..........................................................91
Network.........................................................................92
Service..........................................................................94
Contents..................................................................... 119
Format........................................................................122
Software License Agreement............... 123
Software License Agreement <GPL>.........................123
Software License Agreement <LGPL>.......................125
Software License Agreement <OpenSSL License>....127
Software License Agreement <Blowfish License>......127
Software License Agreement <DES License>............127
Software License Agreement <X.Org License>..........128
Software License Agreement
<Ralink firmware License>.........................................133
Figures in this manual
Figures for the main unit and display on the menu screen
may differ from the actual product.
Menu List................................................. 97
When the [MENU] button is pressed while recording is
being stopped in the live screen...................................97
When the [MENU] button is pressed in the playback
screen.........................................................................100
When the [MENU] button is pressed while the live
screen is being recorded............................................101
When the [MENU] button is pressed in the
Administrator setup screen.........................................102
When the [MENU] button is pressed in the Archive
screen.........................................................................103
When the [MENU] button is pressed when recording
is being stopped in the live screen while the Front-End
application is running or streaming is performed on the
Back-End application via the Front-End application....104
When the [MENU] button is pressed when recording
is performed in the live screen while the Front-End
application is running..................................................105
When the [MENU] button is pressed when recording
is being stopped in the live screen while streaming is
performed on the Back-End application......................106
Indicator Lamps and Recorder Status.... 107
Lamp Indication on the Memory Card Recorder.........107
Lamp Indication on the Memory Card Recorder or the
Remote Control Panel................................................108
Troubleshooting.................................... 109
Error Message....................................... 111
Playback with the remote control panel is not available
at present. Upgrading is scheduled for the future.
For playback, it is recommended to use the Front-End
application or Back-End Client application.
Camera Connection and Combination
of Cameras............................................ 117
Status Display....................................... 118
About This Manual
O
rganization of the “Operation Using the
Remote Control Panel (sold separately)”
sections
Manuals for this recorder are prepared in two parts:
“Section 1: Before Use” (Paper) and “Section 2: Operation”
(This manual).
This manual describes the operation of the recorder using
the remote control panel (sold separately).
Section 1: Before Use (Control Reference Guide,
Connections, etc.) (Paper)
Section 2: Operation (This manual)
This manual uses the following symbols to distinguish
between operations that involve button operations and
those that use LCD panel menus.
Example)
Button operations of the Remote Control Panel are
indicated as follows :
Definition of terms
Officer :Anybody using the Remote Control Panel.
Administrator :A user with administration privileges to
collect and manage Memory Card Video Recorder
data.
Selecting pictures
While menu operations are indicated as follows :
Operations available to officers
Adjusting image brightness
The sections other than “Administrator Setup” describe
the operations available to officers with the remote control
panel (sold separately).
“Administrator Setup”
These sections describe operations available only
to administrators with the remote control panel (sold
separately).
Major contents
• How to change the factory defaults as required by the
operating environment.
• How to collect and keep the recorded data.
“Menu List”
This section lists the functions provided by the operation
menu displayed on the LCD panel of the Remote Control
Panel (sold separately).
Features
Multi-picture display and record
Camera setup
The memory card recorder allows to six cameras to be
connected at a time. Pictures captured by these cameras are
displayed on a Main and/or Sub windows and are recorded.
Sub window (one picture)
Main window
Main window: A picture of a camera selected from
among CAMERA 1, 2, and 3
Sub window: A picture selected from among CAMERA
1, 2, and 3, and pictures from CAMERA 4, 5, and 6 in
QUAD or PANORAMA pattern.
Example: connection of six cameras
Selected from among CAMERA
2, and 3
Front
(CAMERA 1)
LPR
(CAMERA 3)
Sub window
(four pictures, QUAD)
Main window
L
R
(CAMERA 4)
(CAMERA 5)
R-Seat
(CAMERA 2)
Selected from among CAMERA 1, 2, and 3
Back
Sub window
(four pictures, PANORAMA)
Main window
(CAMERA 6)
Pictures from three cameras are
reduced to 1/9.
Selected from among CAMERA 2, and 3
(Upper and lower parts of a picture is cut by 1/6)
Record time in each record mode
Record
mode
D1 HI
(High quality mode)
D1 STD
(Standard quality mode)
CIF
(Low quality mode)
D1 10
(10 frames/second)
Resolution
720 x 480
720 x 480
352 x 240
720 x 480
Frame rate
[fps]
SDHC
Memory
Card
capacity
Main
window
only/
Sub
Number to window
be used only
32 GB
1
30
Main
window
+ Sub
window
Main
window
only/
Sub
window
only
30
Main
window
+ Sub
window
Main
window
only/
Sub
window
only
Main
window
+ Sub
window
1
Main
window
only/
Sub
window
only
30
Main
window
+ Sub
window
Main
window
only/
Sub
window
only
Main
window
+ Sub
window
1
Main
window
only/
Sub
window
only
10
Main
window
+ Sub
window
Main
window
only/
Sub
window
only
Main
window
+ Sub
window
1
Main
window
only/
Sub
window
only
Main
window
+ Sub
window
1
approx.32h approx.16h approx.174h approx.87h approx.48h approx.24h approx.232h approx.116h approx.96h approx.48h approx.648h approx.324h approx.64h approx.32h approx.416h approx.208h
4
approx.128h approx.64h approx.696h approx.348h approx.192h approx.96h approx.928h approx.464h approx.384h approx.192h approx.2592h approx.1296h approx.256h approx.128h approx.1664h approx.832h
Control Reference Guide of the Remote Control Panel
Front panel
RETURN
MENU
CONTROL PA NEL
ON/
OFF
CAMERA SELECT button
LCD panel
Each press of the button toggles the displayed picture
between Main and Sub.
If you hold the button pressed for more than two
seconds, the preset mode set on the Video Allocation
screen in Administrator setup (see page 79) (Preset1,
Preset2, or Preset3) is switched.
Shows images and operation menus.
AUTO ZOOM button*1, *2
Provides automatic control of zoom-in, pause and zoomout operation.
The officer can set zoom ratio and pause time.
Note:
When you switch the preset mode, noise may occur in video.
BOOK MARK button *2
Press during recording or playback to enter bookmarks.
A set bookmark displays an icon
on the display for 1
to 2 seconds when pressed.
Backlight compensation button (
Volume control buttons ( )
Adjusts speaker sound volume of the Remote Control
Panel.
)*1, *2
Press to compensate for strong backlighting. This button
toggles between ON and OFF at each press.
Brightness buttons (
)
Adjusts LCD panel brightness.
Zoom buttons*1, *2
CONTROL PANEL ON/OFF button
Use these buttons to zoom out (W-button) and zoom in
(T-button).
Turns on and off the LCD panel, lamp indications and
buttons when the Memory Card Video Recorder is on.
It cannot turn on or off the Memory Card Video Recorder
or Remote Control Panel.
REC lamp
Lights or flashes during recording.
LIVE/ARCHIVE button
REC button *2
Switches between the live and playback screen. Press
this button to open the Live screen when the “Information”
screen, “Archive” screen, Officer setup top screen or
Setup/Admin top screen is displayed.
Press to start recording video and sound to SDHC
Memory Cards.
STOP button ( ) *2
Stops recording.
Skip back button (
AUDIO 2 MUTE button/lamp
)
Press to return playback to the previous skip location.
Starts/releases recording for Audio2. Pressing this button
turns the lamp on/off. While the lamp is lit, Audio2 is not
being recorded.
If “Audio2” on the Audio Allocation screen is set to OFF,
the button operation is disabled.
Skip forward button (
)
Press to move playback to the next skip location.
RETURN button
Returns to the previous menu or screen.
IR MODE button*1
MENU button
Switches the IR mode to one of the following modes.
AUTO: A
utomatically changes IR mode depending on
ambient brightness.
ON : Turns on the IR mode.
OFF : Turns off the IR mode.
Opens menus on the LCD panel.
Playback with the remote control panel is not available
at present. Upgrading is scheduled for the future.
For playback, it is recommended to use the Front-End
application or Back-End Client application.
*2 The lamp turns on when the [CONTROL PANEL ON/OFF] button
*1 Commercially available cameras connected to the [CAMERA 2],
is set to ON.
[3], [4], [5] and [6] connectors cannot be controlled.
Control Reference Guide of the Remote Control Panel (continued)
Front panel
Rear panel
RETURN
MENU
CONTROL PA NEL
ON/
OFF
Cursor buttons
( ,
,
,
,
Speaker
)
In playback screen mode:
Outputs audio. However, during [ ] slow playback, [ ]
rewind, and [ ] fast forward, audio is not output.
In Live screen mode:
The audio sound track is not normally available. For
how to monitor the audio, refer to “Checking audio”
on page 52.
Use these buttons to manipulate menus and control
playback.
• During menu operation
[ ]:P
ress the center position of the button to confirm
an entry.
[ , , , ]:P
ress to move the cursor or change a set
value.
• During playback
[ ]: Press the center position of the button to toggle
between playback and pause.
[ ]: Press to return to a playback position that is 7
seconds earlier.
[ ]: Engages slow playback. Each press changes
playback speed between 1/10 and 1/2.
[ ]:Press to rewind.
Each press changes the rewind speed from x4 to
x20 and x200.
[ ]: Press to fast forward.
Each press changes the fast forward speed from
x4 to x20 and x200.
Anchoring groove
Provides attachment for a commercially available stand.
Securing screw holes
Use the supplied screws to attach a commercially available mounting bracket.
BUSY lamp
Lights or blinks when accessing an SDHC Memory Card
(for example during recording and playback).
READY lamp
Lights, flashes or goes off to indicate whether or not an
SDHC Memory Card can be recorded.
LOCK lamp
When lit:
Indicates that the [W], [T], [AUTO ZOOM],
[BACKLIGHT], [CAMERA SELECT], [IR MODE],
[AUDIO 2 MUTE], [LIVE/ARCHIVE], [ ], [ ], and
[BOOKMARK] buttons are locked.
When blinking:
Indicates that the license plate recognition mode is
running.
For details, see “License Plate Recognition (LPR)
Mode” on page 18.
Playback with the remote control panel is not available
at present. Upgrading is scheduled for the future.
For playback, it is recommended to use the Front-End
application or Back-End Client application.
On Recording
Starting Recording
• Recording cannot start unless the SDHC Memory Card
slot cover is closed.
• Recording will not start while the user is configuring
administrator settings, even if the level signal satisfies the
recording start conditions. In this case, recording will still
not start when the user quits the administrator settings.
To start recording, the recording start conditions must
be satisfied again after configuration of the administrator
settings is finished.
• When multiple recording triggers are enabled, recording
starts when the first recording start criteria are met, and if
a prerecord time has been set, the specified period before
the start event is also recorded.
• If Loop recording is not activated, recording will not start
under the following condition even if there is space left on
an SDHC Memory Card.
-W
hen the number of files recorded on any SDHC Memory
Card inserted in slots 1, 2, 3 or 4 totals over 5,000 files.
Recording Start Methods
ress the [REC] button (the REC buttons on the
• P
recorder, Color Camera, Remote Control Panel, and
Front-End application all operate the same way).
• Apply a recording trigger.
• When power-on recording is enabled, recording starts
when the recorder is turned on.
The prerecord function (see “Pre-recording and
post-recording” on page 10) records video for a pre-specified
period prior to a recording-start trigger event (or pressing the
[REC] button). The amount of the prerecord time is set on
the Rec/Play screen (see “Rec/Play” on page 81). An audio
prerecord time, as well as an audio postrecord time, can
be set independently, although it cannot be longer than the
specified video prerecord/postrecord time. You can use this
function to prerecord video without audio.
Recording Triggers
The following types of recording triggers are available.
• When [Action] set for detection of trigger signals (GPI1-16)
is “REC”, “P1REC”, “P2REC”, or “P3REC” and the trigger
signal is valid.
• Vehicle Speed Signal
Speed data detected by the recorder serves as a recording
trigger when the specified speed is exceeded.
Select from the following detection methods according to
the intended application or installation conditions.
Detection of own vehicle speed:
Uses GPS or a radar gun
Target vehicle speed:
Uses a radar gun
Note:
To use the GPS or radar gun as the recording trigger, check
with your supplier to ensure that connections have been
made correctly, then specify the source device (see “Radar/
GPS” on page 90).
Notes:
• If the GPS is enabled, and the recording trigger is detected
by GPS, if the vehicle is stopped or a speed of 5 MPH or 5
km/h below the set speed is detected, the recording trigger
can be used again.
• Recording is allowed only when the [READY] lamp on the
recorder and the Remote Control Panel is lit. If pressing
the [REC] button or applying a recording trigger fails to
start recording, the [REC] lamps on the recorder, Color
Camera and Remote Control Panel blink at a high rate.
• The Remote Control Panel, the Color Camera and the
recorder [REC] lamps go on during recording.
• Video signals set for Preset1, Preset2, and Preset3 are
recorded (see “Preset1, Preset2, Preset3” on page 80 and
“Trigger” on page 86).
• Audio signals input to the [AUDIO IN] [1] to [4] connectors
are recorded, and recording of audio input to the [AUDIO
IN 2] connector can be turned on or off with a trigger
signal (see “Trigger” on page 86).
• Recording stops if the SDHC Memory Card slot cover is
opened.
Playback with the remote control panel is not available
at present. Upgrading is scheduled for the future.
For playback, it is recommended to use the Front-End
application or Back-End Client application.
On Recording (continued)
Stopping Recording
• Pressing the [STOP] button when recording is already
stopped also causes the [REC] lamp to blink for about one
second.
• When recording is stopped by the stop timer at the end
of the Rec Continue Time, the post-recording function is
disabled.
• After recording is started by a level trigger signal, it
continues for at least one minute regardless of changes
to the signal level. During this period, you can press the
[STOP] button to interrupt the recording.
• If the [REC] button was pressed multiple times and the
recording trigger set as the edge signal had multiple active
edges, Rec Continue Time is applied to the last button
press and active edge.
• Intermittent recording does not stop due to the Rec
Continue Time.
Setting criteria determines when recording stops. Settings
that affect when recording stops include the stop timer
setting for Rec Continue Time and the presence of the
recording trigger level signal.
The following conditions are handled in the same manner.
• When the [STOP] button on the recorder is pressed.
• When the [STOP] button on the Remote Control Panel is
pressed.
• When the [STOP] button on the Front-End application is
pressed.
• When the [REC] button on the Color Camera is kept
pressed for about 2 seconds.
• When [Action] for detection of trigger signals (GPI1-16) is
set to “STOP” and the trigger signal has reached an active
edge.
Recording Stop Criteria
Level
Signal
Stop
Timer
Setting
Criteria to Stop Recording
(whichever happened earlier)
No
No
[STOP] button is pressed.
Yes
[STOP] button is pressed or the time
set for the stop timer of the edge trigger
recording is reached.
No
[STOP] button is pressed or the level
signal changes to an invalid level.
Yes
[STOP] button is pressed, the level
signal changes to an invalid level, or the
signal whose level is specified is invalid
and the stop timer setting for the edge
trigger recording is reached.
Yes
The post-recording function continues to record video after
the recording stop trigger event. The amount of time to
continue recording after the stop-recording event can be set
from the Remote Control Panel.
Recording stops also under the following
conditions.
• There is no more space left on the SDHC Memory Card.
• When an administrator setup is started.
• When an error is detected on an SDHC Memory Card and
recording is no longer possible.
• When the number of files recorded on an SDHC Memory
Card exceeds 5,000 files.
• When the memory card slot cover opens.
• When the recorder is turned off.
Notes:
• Continuous video and audio from starting to stopping
recording, and including pre-recording and post-recording
periods, are recorded as one file on the SDHC Memory
Card.
• If recording time exceeds 4 hours, or if the size of one
file would exceed 4 GB, the file is automatically split into
multiple files during recording.
• Once recording starts, it may not be possible to stop it
during the first five seconds (approx.). Pressing the [STOP]
button during this period causes the [REC] lamp to blink
for about one second as recording continues.
On Recording (continued)
Write-protect switch
Pre-recording and post-recording
The SDHC Memory Card is equipped with a write-protect
switch. Sliding this switch to the LOCK position prevents
writing data, formatting SDHC Memory Cards and deleting
files.
LOCK
Write-protect switch
Pre-recording is the capability of including material from
an interval before the specified start point in a recording.
Similarly, post-recording is the capability of including
material from an interval after the specified stop point in a
recording.
Pre-recording and post-recording times can be set for each
recording time.
Audio pre-recording and post-recording times can be set
separately from video, so pre-recording and post-recording
audio may be partly omitted. Because video pre-recording
and post-recording time settings have priority, audio
pre-recording and post-recording times cannot be set longer
than video pre-recording and post-recording times.
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[REC] button pressed
(Recording starts)
Note:
If the write-protect switch is set to the LOCK position on any
of the SDHC Memory Cards in the four card slots, recording
will not start.
[STOP] button pressed
(Recording stops)
(Time)
Actual recording time
Prerecord time
Postrecord time
Notes:
• Pressing the [STOP] button turns off the [REC] lamp and
video and sound recordings stop when the post record
interval has elapsed.
Then the [BUSY] lamp goes off.
• If “Loop Rec” is set to ON, pre-recording and postrecording do not function.
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On Recording (continued)
Selecting the video source to record
In the cases shown below, the actual prerecord and
postrecord time may be shorter than the respective setting.
You can select and record video input at the [CAMERA]
[1], [2], [3], [4], [5], or [6] connector on the rear panel of
the recorder. Also, when the action set for the detection of
trigger signals
(GPI1-16) is “P1REC”, “P2REC” or “P3REC” and the
trigger signal is enabled, the selected video is recorded. If
pre-recording is enabled and the video source is switched
by a recording trigger, the prerecord video is taken from the
source selected before switching, and the video is taken
from the source selected after switching. You can select
whether the video source is switched by the recording trigger
or not, as well as selecting which video is recorded upon
switching.
If recording is started immediately after system
startup
Prerecord time will be shorter.
[REC] button pressed
(Recording starts)
[STOP] button pressed
(Recording stops)
Startup completed
(Time)
Actual recording time
Prerecord time
Postrecord time
Example: When video input set for “P2REC” is switched to
that set for “P1REC”
If recording is started during postrecord
interval
Recording start trigger activation
Post-recording will be terminated and next recording
starts. There is no pre-recording interval for the second
recording.
[REC] button pressed
(Post-recording halted and
next recording starts)
[STOP] button
pressed
(Time)
Recording of signal from the
connector set for “P2REC”
[STOP] button
pressed
(Recording stops)
Pre-recording
(Time)
Recording after
trigger activation
Notes:
• When switching video input, the video or audio may be
briefly disrupted.
• For best results, minimize the amount of video source
switching while recording.
Actual recording time
Prerecord time
Recording of signal from the
connector set for “P1REC”
Postrecord time
Notes:
• If you press the [REC] button and [STOP] button
alternately in rapid succession, the system may not
separate the two recording sessions, resulting in a single
video file.
• If the remaining capacity of the SDHC Memory Card is
low, the prerecord time or postrecord time may become
shorter.
• Pre-recording is interrupted by playback, trial shoot
(RecCheck) or administrator setup.
• Post-recording is interrupted by playback, trial shoot
(RecCheck), automatic file restoration or administrator
setup.
Playback with the remote control panel is not available
at present. Upgrading is scheduled for the future.
For playback, it is recommended to use the Front-End
application or Back-End Client application.
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On Recording (continued)
Audio sources when recording
Loop recording
The Memory Card Video Recorder can record up to four
audio channels (Audio1, 2, 3, and 4).
• Pressing the [AUDIO 2 MUTE] button on the Remote
Control Panel disables recording of the signal input to the
[AUDIO IN 2] connector only.
Loop recording continues recording new video while deleting
the oldest recorded files. When loop recording is set, the file
is split for every 60 minutes normally.
When the number of files recorded on an SDHC Memory
Card reaches the maximum value (5,000 files per card), loop
recording will continue recording, deleting the oldest file and
retaining the rest.
Power-on recording
Notes:
• If an error occurs during recording, the record file will be
split.
• When loop recording is set, total recorded time is
displayed in the remaining record time section on the
Overlay OSD. See “Viewing the status of the recorder
(Overlay OSD)” on page 55.
• During loop recording, recording stops under the following
conditions:
- When an error is detected in an SDHC Memory Card,
and recording is no longer possible.
- When the memory card slot cover opens.
• If loop recording is started with a large number of files
recorded on an SDHC Memory Card, no pre-recording
may be obtained.
• If “Loop Rec” is set to ON, pre-recording and postrecording do not function.
The recorder automatically starts recording when it is
powered on.
Also when the recorder is operating with the [PowerOff
Time] setting, recording will start automatically when the
recorder is turned on.
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On Recording (continued)
Intermittent recording
Interrupting intermittent recording
Intermittent recording records only one image per second
extending recording time. An audio signal is not recorded.
Intermittent recording and normal recording transit in the
same record mode. Recording in each record mode is as
shown below.
Record mode
D1 HI
D1 STD
CIF
Entering a recording trigger during intermittent recording
interrupts intermittent recording and starts normal recording.
Normal recording includes pre-recording so intermittent
recording and pre-recording of normal recording may
overlap during pre-recording. When a recording stop criteria
other than the [STOP] button are met, intermittent recording
starts after post-recording.
D1 10
Normal
recording (fps)
30
30
30
10
Intermittent
recording (fps)
1
1
1
1
When a recording stop criteria
other than the [STOP] button
are met
Recording trigger input
(Time)
Intermittent recording
Normal recording
Post-recording ∗
Pre-recording
* When intermittent recording is
started after post-recording,
audio is postrecorded for the
duration of the video postrecord
time, regardless of the value set
for the audio postrecord time.
Period when recording cannot be terminated
Under the following conditions, pressing the [STOP] button
does not stop recording.
• About the first five seconds after intermittent recording
transitions to normal recording (not including
pre-recording)
• The first five seconds (approx.) after normal recording
transitions to intermittent recording
Recording trigger input
When a recording stop criteria
other than the [STOP] button
are met
(Time)
Intermittent recording
Normal recording
Pre-recording
About 5 seconds Post-recording ∗ About 5 seconds
Period when recording cannot be terminated
Notes:
• When both intermittent recording and power-on recording
are set to “ON”, intermittent recording starts in the
intermittent recording mode when the recorder is turned
on. (When intermittent recording mode is set to “OFF”,
normal recording starts.)
• When recording stops after the Rec Continue Time
elapses, intermittent recording starts without activating
post-recording.
• When pre-recording time is set to something other than
“0”, and a recording trigger starts normal recording
during intermittent recording, the pre-recording time is
automatically set to start after the intermittent recording
start time.
* When intermittent recording is
started after post-recording,
audio is postrecorded for the
duration of the video postrecord
time, regardless of the value set
for the audio postrecord time.
• Period when recording cannot be terminated just after
starting recording, intermittent recording transitions
to normal recording or normal recording transitions to
intermittent recording, may become longer when loop
recording is set to “ON”.
• The [REC] lamp lights during post-recording after a
transition from normal to intermittent recording.
• The Rec Continue Time setting does not function outside
of a recording trigger.
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On Recording (continued)
Changes in intermittent recording status
Status changes caused by button operations, recording
triggers, recording stop criteria and other inputs are shown
below for set intermittent recording conditions.
<When intermittent recording is set to “ON”>
Status prior to
input
Input
[STOP] button
pressed
[REC] button
pressed
When a recording stop criteria other Recording trigger
than the [STOP] button are met
input
Recording stop
status
No change
Intermittent
recording status
No change
Normal recording
status
Intermittent
recording status
Recording stop
status
No change
No change
Normal recording
status
Normal recording
status
Recording stop
status
No change
Intermittent recording status
No change
<When intermittent recording is set to “OFF”>
Status prior to
input
Input
[STOP] button
pressed
[REC] button
pressed
When a recording stop criteria other Recording trigger
than the [STOP] button are met
input
Recording stop
status
No change
Normal recording
status
No change
Normal recording
status
Normal recording
status
Recording stop
status
No change
Normal recording status
No change
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On Recording (continued)
Location and name of recording files
N
ames of files that have been split up
automatically
The names of folders storing recording files are created
according to the Rule of Filename.
The filename when the file automatically split has two
patterns; one is a filename indicating the derivative file, and
another is indicated by the recording start time.
• Indicating the derivative file
The file name consists of the recording stat time to which
“_n” is appended. In the file list screen, “*” is added to the
end of the file name.
• Indicating the recording start time
The time when the file is split automatically in loop
recording will be the file name.
WT (world time) : “/DATA” is the base folder
LT (local time) : “/DATA /LOCAL” is the base folder
A folder indicating the recording start date is created in the
above base folder and a file indicating the recording start
time is created in that folder.
WT: Date and time are designated according to world time
LT : Date and time are designated according to local time
For example, if recording started at 10:23:39 on September
28, 2009,
Name of folder storing recording files: “/DATA/20090928”
Name of recording file: “102339xn.eee”
L
_
Local time
Derivative file
x B
Bookmark file (in WT mode)
M
Bookmark file (in LT mode)
None No Files other than above
n
Derivative number
(numbers are sometimes not
assigned)
.eee
Extension
Derivative files are created when there are multiple file
names with the same start time.
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On Recording (continued)
Recording Error Warnings
When the recorder detects that it cannot properly record
audio or video, it will output the warning signals described
below via GPO1, GPO2, and GPO3 (Pin number 25, 8, and
18 of the [GPIO] connector).
Data output via GPO1, GPO2, and GPO3
GPO1, GPO2, and GPO3
signals
When not recording
During
recording
When an error
occurs*1
OFF
Unlit*2
Unlit*2
Unlit*2
ERROR
Continued
( Fast blinking when recording
error was the prior status.)
Unlit*2
Fast blinking*4
REC
Unlit*2
Lit*3
Unlit*2
REC + ERROR
Continued
Lit*3
( Fast blinking when recording error
was the prior status. Otherwise
Unlit.)
*1
A recording error indicates any of the following conditions.
• Cannot record (a detailed description of examples
follow)
- SDHC Memory Card slot cover is open
- No recordable SDHC Memory Card is inserted or it is
not recognized
- No more SDHC Memory Card space available
- The write-protect switch of the SDHC Memory Card is
set to “LOCK”.
- When an error is detected on an SDHC Memory Card
and recording is no longer possible.
- When a new unformatted SDHC Memory Card is
inserted
- When an SDHC Memory Card is inserted and
the maximum number of recording files has been
exceeded
- When an administrator setup is started or is going on
- When [PowerOff Time] (see “PowerOff Time” on page
81) is set to “AUTO” and the engine switch is set to the
LOCK (OFF) position
• Cannot recognize video signal from the camera
*2 Unlit : Output to GPO1, GPO2, or GPO3 is low (output
voltage 0 V).
*3 Lit
: Output to GPO1, GPO2, or GPO3 is high (output
voltage 5 V).
*4 Fast blinking: Output to GPO1, GPO2, or GPO3
repeatedly cycles between low → high →
low (250 ms cycle).
Fast blinking*4
GPO output
The [GPIO] connector on the recorder has four GPO outputs
and output the signals below.
The functions of GPO1, GPO2, and GPO3 can be changed
with settings (see “GPO1, GPO2, GPO3 Signal” on page
83). GPO4 always outputs the power status of the recorder,
and has no setting.
Pin number
16
Signal
8
GPO2 (REC and ERROR)
18
GPO3 (REC)
19
GPO4 (Power status of the recorder)
25
GPO1 (REC and ERROR)
About the Trigger Signals
Level signals
Trigger signals (GPI1 - 16), which are used for recording
control and Color Camera control, consist of edge and level
signals.
The high-level and low-level of a level signal can be
specified and control specified by Action (recording control)
occurs when a change is detected in the specified signal.
Edge signals
When high-level is specified:
High-edge, low-edge and both-edge of an edge signal can
be specified. Control specified by Action starts when a
change in an edge of the specified signal is detected.
High-edge
Low-edge
A change in the signal from low to high starts recording
and a change from high to low stops it.
Recording starts
Both-edge
High
Low
High
Low
(Time)
For example, when a high-edge of “AUTOZOOM”
is specified (see “Trigger1 to 16” on page 86):
(Time)
When low-level is specified:
A change in the signal from high to low starts recording
and a change from low to high stops it.
Start of AUTOZOOM
Recording stops
High
Low
Recording
stops
High
(Time)
Low
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Recording starts
(Time)
License Plate Recognition (LPR) Mode
Engaging the License Plate Recognition (LPR) mode allows
you to start up the LPR system.
Set the color camera shutter speed to [LPR Shutter Speed]
(1/500 or 1/1000) when using the LPR system.
When a recording trigger starts a recording during license
plate recognition, however, the shutter speed automatically
switches to the setting configured for [Patrol Shutter Speed].
When recording stop criteria are met, the shutter speed
automatically returns to the setting configured for [LPR
Shutter Speed] (1/500 or 1/1000).
The diagram below shows how changes in LPR mode
settings and starting and stopping recording by an officer
affect shutter speed, camera zoom, and the [LOCK] lamp.
Recording
[LPR Mode] is
[LPR Mode] is
Recording stop
trigger input
set to P
“ ATROL”
set to LPR”
“
criteria are met
Post-recording
Post-recording
(Time)
[LPR Mode]
Shutter speed*
Camera zoom
PATROL
PATROL
LPR
Patrol Shutter
Speed
LPR Shutter
Speed
Patrol Shutter
Speed
Patrol Zoom
LPR Zoom
Patrol Zoom
[LOCK] lamp
LPR
PATROL
LPR Shutter
Speed
Patrol Shutter
Speed
LPR Zoom
Patrol Zoom
Blinking
* The settings available for [Patrol Shutter Speed] are AUTO, 1/100, 1/500, and 1/1000.
The settings available for [LPR Shutter Speed] are AUTO, 1/500, and 1/1000.
Notes:
• The License Plate Recognition (LPR) mode is activated
when a color camera connected to the [CAMERA 1]
connector is used.
• [Patrol Shutter Speed] and [Patrol Zoom] are available also
without the license plate recognition program. (When [Init
LPR Mode] is set to “DISABLE”, or when [Init LPR Mode]
is set to “ENABLE” and [LPR Mode] is set to “PATROL”.)
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Setup
Factory default values are shown below.
Items officers can set
Setting Item
Factory Default Value
1 Camera1
Description
Color camera connected the [CAMERA 1] connector setting
AE[–2 -- +2]
0
Color camera video brightness setting totally
Setting : -2, -1, 0, +1, +2
LPR Mode
PATROL
LPR mode setting
Setting : PATROL (normal mode), LPR (License Plate Recognition
mode)
Patrol Shutter Speed
AUTO
Shutter speed setting with [LPR Mode] set to “PATROL”
Setting : AUTO, 1/100, 1/500, 1/1000
Patrol Zoom
×1.0
Zoom ratio setting with [LPR Mode] set to “PATROL”
Setting : ×1.0 - ×22.0
LPR Shutter Speed
1/1000
Shutter speed setting with [LPR Mode] set to “LPR”
Setting : AUTO, 1/500, 1/1000
LPR Zoom
×1.0
Zoom ratio setting with [LPR Mode] set to “LPR”
Setting : ×1.0 - ×22.0
2 Audio/Video
Audio and video setting
Image Enhance
OFF
The brightness of a dark video image on the main screen adjustment
Setting: O
FF (no enhancing)
LOW (enhancing slightly)
HIGH (enhancing strongly)
VIDEO OUT1
VIDEO OUT2
Output to [VIDEO OUT1] connector
Setting: C
AM1 (Camera 1) *1
CAM3 (Camera 3) *1
VIDEO OUT2 (the same signal as that output from the
[VIDEO OUT2] connector)
3 Setup/Info
Setup/Information
Officer
Officer settings
Officer 1 ID
----
Officer 1 ID
Officer 1 Name
----
Officer 1 name
Officer 2 ID
----
Officer 2 ID
Officer 2 Name
----
Officer 2 name
Source*2
----
Source
Area*2
----
Area
Shift*2
----
Shift
Work Time
----
Work Time
Overlay OSD
OFF
Overlay OSD setting
Setting : OFF, AUTO, SIMPLE, DETAILS,
Camera1 Rec LED
ON
Color camera [REC] lamp setting
Setting : ON, OFF
Target Speed
OFF
Target vehicle speed setting
Setting: OFF, 1, 2, …, 200 *3
*1
CAM1 and CAM3 may not be displayed, depending on
the settings made on the Video Allocation screen in
Administrator setup.
*2 If the Front-End application is connected, the names,
Source, Area, and Shift, may be different from the
corresponding field names of the Front-End application.
The field name of the Front-End application can be
changed using the Back-End application.
*3 This may not be selected, depending on the setting made
on the Trigger screen in Administrator setup.
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Setup (continued)
Items administrators can set
Setting Item
1
2
Factory Default Value
Audio Allocation
Description
Audio settings
Audio1
WMIC
Audio signal connected to the [AUDIO IN 1] connector
Setting: W
MIC (wireless microphone)
MIC (microphone)
OFF (no connection)
Audio2
MIC
Audio signal connected to the [AUDIO IN 2] connector
Setting: W
MIC (wireless microphone)
MIC (microphone)
OFF (no connection)
Audio3
OFF
Audio signal connected to the [AUDIO IN 3] connector
Setting: W
MIC (wireless microphone)
MIC (microphone)
OFF (no connection)
Audio4
OFF
Audio signal connected to the [AUDIO IN 4] connector
Setting: W
MIC (wireless microphone)
MIC (microphone)
OFF (no connection)
Video Allocation
Video settings
Detect
Connection detecting automatically
CAM1
ON
Connection to the [CAMERA 1] connector
Setting: ON, OFF
CAM2
ON
Connection to the [CAMERA 2] connector
Setting: ON, OFF
CAM3
OFF
Connection to the [CAMERA 3] connector
Setting: ON, OFF
CAM4
OFF
Connection to the [CAMERA 4] connector
Setting: ON, OFF
CAM5
OFF
Connection to the [CAMERA 5] connector
Setting: ON, OFF
CAM6
OFF
Connection to the [CAMERA 6] connector
Setting: ON, OFF
Preset1
Preset 1 setting
Form
1Ch
Channel mode setting
Setting: 1
Ch, 2Ch, 4Ch-QUAD, 4Ch-PANORAMA, 5Ch-QUAD,
5Ch-PANORAMA, - (preset not used)
Main Sub
1, -
Cameras for Main and Sub pictures setting
Setting: 1
, -2, -3, 1, 2
1, 32, 3
-, 1456
-, 2456
-, 3456
1, 2456
1, 34562, 3456
3, 2456
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Setup (continued)
Setting Item
Factory Default Value
2 Preset2*1
Description
Preset 2 setting
Form
1Ch
Channel mode setting
Setting: 1
Ch, 2Ch, 4Ch-QUAD, 4Ch-PANORAMA, 5Ch-QUAD,
5Ch-PANORAMA, - (preset not used)
Main Sub
2, -
Cameras for Main and Sub pictures setting
Setting: 1
, -2, -3, 1, 2
1, 32, 3
-, 1456
-, 2456
-, 3456
1, 2456
1, 34562, 3456
3, 2456
Form
2Ch
Channel mode setting
Setting: 1
Ch, 2Ch, 4Ch-QUAD, 4Ch-PANORAMA, 5Ch-QUAD,
5Ch-PANORAMA, - (preset not used)
Main Sub
1, 2
Cameras for Main and Sub pictures setting
Setting: 1
, -2, -3, 1, 2
1, 32, 3
-, 1456
-, 2456
-, 3456
1, 2456
1, 34562, 3456
3, 2456
Main Resolution/
RecRate
D1 HI
Main-picture’s resolution and bit rate settings
Setting: CIF, D1 10, D1 STD, D1 HI
Sub Resolution/
RecRate
D1 HI
Sub-picture’s resolution and bit rate settings
Setting: CIF, D1 10, D1 STD, D1 HI
Preset3
Preset 3 setting
3 Rec/Play
Recording and playback settings
PowerOff Time*2
AUTO
Time from the SIGNAL turn-off to recorder shut-down (minutes)
Setting : 0 min, 10 min, 20 min, 30 min, 60 min, 90 min, 120 min, 180 min, AUTO*3
Init Preset Select
PRESET1
Initial Preset setting*4
Setting: PRESET1, PRESET2, PRESET3, LAST *5
Init VIDEO OUT1
VIDEO_OUT2
Initial through-out video setting*4
Setting: CAM1, CAM3, VIDEO_OUT2, LAST *5
PowerOn Rec
OFF
Automatically start recording with power-on
Setting : OFF, ON
Loop Rec
OFF
Loop recording
Setting : OFF, ON*6
Intermittent Rec
OFF
Intermittent recording
Setting : OFF, ON
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*1
*4
If the Preset2 or Preset3 setting is canceled on the Video
Allocation screen in Administrator setup, the setting of
Action on the Trigger screen may be changed to NONE.
*2 Depending on the vehicle, the battery may run out of
power during operation.
*3 W
hen a PC with the Front-End application or BackEnd application installed is not connected:
Power is turned off immediately. Note, however, that
power is not turned off while data is being exported to a
USB memory device, but is turned off after completion
of data export.
When a PC with Front-End application or a Back-End
application installed is connected:
Power is turned off when control from a Front-End
application or Back-End application is released, when
upload, streaming, administrator setting, or updating
with Back-End application is terminated, or when the
SDHC Memory Card slot is opened.
Depending on the settings on the Video Allocation screen
in Administrator setup, some items may not be displayed.
*5 A
pplies the setting in effect when power was last turned
off. Unless power is turned off properly, the operating state
may not be saved correctly.
*6 If “Loop Rec” is set to ON, pre-recording and postrecording do not function.
Playback with the remote control panel is not available
at present. Upgrading is scheduled for the future.
For playback, it is recommended to use the Front-End
application or Back-End Client application.
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Setup (continued)
Setting Item
3 Rec Continue Time
Factory Default Value
CONTINUE
Description
Continuous recording time (minutes)
Setting : CONTINUE, 1 min, 2 min, 5 min, 10 min, 15 min, 20 min,
30 min, 60 min, 90 min
Video Prerecord time (seconds) *1
Setting : 0 s, 10 s, 20 s, 30 s, 60 s, 90 s
PreRec Time
(Video)
30 s
PreRec Time
(Audio)
0s
Audio Prerecord time (seconds) *1
Setting : 0 s, 3 s, 10 s, 20 s, 30 s, 60 s, 90 s
PostRec Time
(Video)
0s
Video Postrecord time (seconds) *1
Setting : 0 s, 10 s, 20 s, 30 s, 60 s, 90 s
PostRec Time
(Audio)
0s
Audio Postrecord time (seconds) *1
Setting : 0 s, 3 s, 10 s, 20 s, 30 s, 60 s, 90 s
Rule of
Filename
WT
Init Audio2 Rec
ON
Init Overlay OSD
OFF
Recording file naming method
Setting : W T(World time)
LT(Local time)
Initial on/off setting for Audio2 input (upon power on)
Setting : ON, LAST*1, OFF
Initial OSD (on-screen display) overlay setting
Setting : OFF, AUTO, SIMPLE, DETAILS, LAST*2
GPO1 Signal
OFF
GPO1 output signal setting*3
Setting: OFF, REC, ERROR, REC+ERROR
GPO2 Signal
OFF
GPO2 output signal setting*3
Setting: OFF, REC, ERROR, REC+ERROR
GPO3 Signal
OFF
GP 3 output signal setting*3
Setting: OFF, REC
Init Audio Out
(Play)
ON
Initial audio output selection (upon power on)
Setting : ON, LAST*2, OFF
Play Mode
SINGLE
Select playback mode (relay playback setup)
Setting : SINGLE, RELAY
Skip position
Trigger/Marker
YES
Head of File
YES
Select a trigger or marker location
Setting : YES, NO
Select the starting point of the file
Setting : YES, NO
Skip Target
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*1If
“Loop Rec” is set to ON, pre-recording and postrecording do not function.
*2Applies
the setting in effect when power was last turned
off. Unless power is turned off properly, the operating
state may not be saved correctly.
*3The
functions of GPO1, GPO2, and GPO3 can be
changed with settings, but GPO4 always outputs the
power status of the recorder, and has no setting.
Playback with the remote control panel is not available
at present. Upgrading is scheduled for the future.
For playback, it is recommended to use the Front-End
application or Back-End Client application.
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Setup (continued)
Setting Item
Factory Default Value
Description
Date, Time and Time Zone Settings
TimeZone
Eastern DST
Style
USA
Date/Time
Current time
Time zone
Indicates time difference from world standard time.
Hawaii
: Hawaiian standard time
Yukon
: Alaska standard time
Yukon DST
: Alaska daylight saving time
Pacific
: Pacific standard time
Pacific DST : Pacific daylight saving time
Mountain
: Mountain standard time
Mountain DST : Mountain daylight saving time
Central
: Central standard time
Central DST : Central daylight saving time
Eastern
: Eastern standard time
Eastern DST : Eastern daylight saving time
Atlantic
: Atlantic standard time
Atlantic DST : Atlantic daylight saving time
Asia Tokyo
: Japan standard time
Date display format setup
Setting : ISO (YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS format),
USA (MM/DD/YYYY HH:MM:SS format)
Year/Month/Day Hour:Min.:Sec.
4 Date/Time
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Setup (continued)
Setting Item
Factory Default Value
5 Trigger
Description
Trigger signal (GPI1-16) settings
Trigger
ON
All trigger signal input or no input
Setting : ON (All trigger signal input permission), OFF
Action
NONE
Action upon trigger signal (GPI1-16) detection
Setting:
NONE (no operation)
REC (recording), STOP (stopping)
AUTO ZOOM (automatically zooms in/out or pauses)
P1
(selects Preset1 input)
P2
(selects Preset2 input) *2
P3
(selects Preset3 input) *2
P1REC
(records video of Preset1 input)
P2REC
(records video of Preset2 input) *2
P3REC
(records video of Preset3 input) *2
CMA1 LED(Changes the status setting (on/off) of the
[REC] lamp on a Color Camera connected to
the [CAMERA 1] connector)
AUDIO2ON(records audio input to the [AUDIO IN 2]
connector)
AUDIO2MUTE(not records audio input to the [AUDIO IN 2]
connector)
TGT (REC)
(records with a TGT input) *1
TGT (P1REC)(records video of Preset 1 input with a TGT
input) *1
TGT (P2REC)(records video of Preset 2 input with a TGT
input) *1, *2
TGT (P3REC)(records video of Preset 3 input with a TGT
input) *1, *2
OWN (REC)
(records with an OWN input) *1
OWN (P1REC)(records video of Preset 1 input with an OWN
input) *1
OWN (P2REC)(records video of Preset 2 input with an OWN
input) *1, *2
OWN (P3REC)(records video of Preset 3 input with an OWN
input) *1, *2
Detection
H
Method for trigger signal (GPI1-16) detection
Choice of signal detection depends on set [Action]
• REC, P1REC, P2REC, and P3REC modes
Setting: H (high-edge trigger)
Level H (high-level trigger)
L (low-edge trigger)
Level L (low-level trigger)
B (both-edge trigger)
• P1, P2, P3, CAM1 LED, AUTO ZOOM, AUDIO2ON,
AUDIO2MUTE, STOP modes
Setting: H (high-edge trigger)
L (low-edge trigger)
B (both-edge trigger)
• TGT(REC), TGT(P1REC), TGT(P2REC), TGT(P3REC),
OWN(REC), OWN(P1REC), OWN(P2REC), and OWN(P3REC),
modes
Setting: OFF, 200, …, 2, 1
• NONE mode
Setting: H (high-edge trigger)
L (low-edge trigger)
Display
OFF
Character definition when one letter is displayed in the OSD
Setting : OFF, A - Z, –
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*1
T
hese are selectable for Trigger 15 or Trigger 16.
*2 These cannot be selectable if Preset2 or Preset3 has
not been allocated on the Video Allocation screen in
Administrator setup.
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Setup (continued)
Setting Item
Factory Default Value
6 Embedded OSD
Description
Embedded OSD
Main OSD
ON
Sub OSD
ON
Display Position
L-Upper
Trigger
ON
Time
ON
Source @ Area
OFF
Main OSD on/off setting
Setting: ON, OFF
Sub OSD on/off setting
Setting: ON, OFF
Location display setting
Setting :L-Upper (upper left)
R-Upper (upper right)
L-Bottom (bottom left)
R-Bottom (bottom right)
OSD setting during trigger signal (GPI1-16) input
Setting : ON, OFF
Date and time display setting
Setting : ON, OFF
Display setting for the vehicle identification and name of a location
Setting : ON, OFF
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Setup (continued)
Setting Item
Factory Default Value
7 Camera1
Description
Color Camera connected to the [CAMERA 1] connector setting
Zoom Limit
×220
Maximum zoom magnification
Setting : ×22, ×220
AGC Level
HIGH
Color Camera automatic gain control setting
Setting : HIGH, OFF, LOW, MID
Init Backlight
OFF
Initial backlighting compensation setting (upon power on)
Setting : ON, OFF, LAST *1
(perform backlighting compensation when on)
Init AE Shift
0
Initial exposure compensation of Color Camera video (upon power on) *2
Setting :0, +1, +2, LAST *1, -2, -1
Flip
OFF
Color Camera image top/bottom flip enable/disable
Setting : OFF (Top/bottom flip disabled)
ON (Top/bottom flip enabled)
AutoZoom
Magnification
×10
Magnification of auto zoom
Setting : ×10, ×15, ×22, ×1, ×2, ×3, ×4, ×5, ×7
AutoZoom Time
3s
Auto zoom magnification retention time (seconds)
Setting : 3 s, 5 s, 8 s
AutoZoom End Position
×1
Target magnification of auto zoom
Setting: ×1, ×2, ×3, …, ×22, LAST *1
Init Camera1 Rec
LED
ON
Initial Color Camera [REC] lamp enable/disable setting (upon power
on)
Setting : O
N([REC] lamp lights during recording)
LAST*1
OFF ([REC] lamp does not light)
Init IR Mode
AUTO
IR switching function
Setting :AUTO(Automatically switch IR function on/off),
OFF (Force IR function off)
ON (Force IR function on)
LAST *1
IR Level
LOW
IR auto switching level setting*3
Setting : LOW, HIGH
IR Time
30 s
IR auto switching level detection time (seconds) *3
Setting : 30 s, 60 s, 300 s, 10 s
Auto Focus
PRESET
Select color camera focusing method when,
• [Init LPR Mode] is set to “DISABLE”
• [Init LPR Mode] is set to “ENABLE” and [LPR Mode] is set to
“PATROL”
• A recording trigger starts recording when [Init LPR Mode] is set to
“ENABLE” and [LPR Mode] is set to “LPR”.
Setting :
PRESET(When the zoom is 3x or below, the camera is
focused at a distance of about 15 m (50 feet).
Subsequent zooming will engage auto focus.)
DISABLE(Focus is locked at a distance of about 40 m (130
feet) and auto focus is disabled.)
AUTO(Set to auto focus when zoom ratio has been
changed.)
Init LPR Mode
DISABLE
LPR (License Plate Recognition) function switching
Setting :
DISABLE(LPR function is off and [LPR Mode] switches to
“PATROL”.)
ENABLE (LPR function is on.)
(Continued on the next page)
*1Applies
the setting in effect when power was last turned
off. Unless power is turned off properly, the operating
state may not be saved correctly.
*2When the [Init AE Shift] setting is “+2” and the target is
dark, the image may not refresh at 30 frames/sec.
*3The [IR Level] and [IR Time] settings apply only when the
[Init IR Mode] setting is “AUTO”.
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Setup (continued)
Setting Item
Factory Default Value
8 Management Mode
Description
Officer management setup
Classify*1
DISABLE
Classify settings
Setting: D
ISABLE (disables adding)
ENABLE (enables adding)
FORCE (forcibly adding)
Setting Method
AUTO
Officer registration procedure
Setting : AUTO, MANUAL, LIST
Upload Mode
MANUAL
Upload mode setting
Setting: A
UTO (uploading automatically)
MANUAL (uploading manually)
Export Menu
DISABLE
Export menu setting
Setting: ENABLE, DISABLE
Preset Select
ENABLE
Preset selection setting
Setting: ENABLE, DISABLE
Operation Key Lock
OFF
Lock of buttons by an administrator
Setting : OFF, ANY, STOP
9 Radar/GPS
Radar Gun*2, GPS and speed settings
Model Select
ProLaser
Radar gun type selection*3
Setting : ProLaser
STALKER_
GOLDEN_E
Connection of Radar
OFF
Radar Gun connection*2
Setting : OFF, Recorder
Connection of GPS
Recorder
GPS connection
Setting :Recorder, OFF
Collection Time
1s
Interval for GPS data collection (seconds)
Setting : 5 s, 10 s, 1 s, 2 s
Speed Unit
MPH
Speed measurement units
Setting : MPH, km/h
(Continued on the next page)
*1
If Loop Rec on the Rec/Play screen is set to ON, the
Classify does not function.
*2 When using a radar gun, contact your supplier.
*3 Only the first 8 characters appear in the [Model Select]
input field.
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Setup (continued)
Setting Item
Factory Default Value
10 Network
Network setting
IP Address
Each network setting
PC LAN
Server1
DHCP Setting:
Server1, Server2
Server3, Server4
OFF*1
UPLOAD LAN
Client
DHCP Setting:
Client, OFF*2
USB WIRELESS
LAN
Client
DHCP Setting:
Client, OFF*2
Wireless LAN
*1
Wireless network setting
AP Priority
AP1 Highest
AP (Access Point) priority setting
Setting: RANDOM, AP1 Highest
Network
Access Point1
Network access point setting
Setting: Access Point1, Access Point2, …, Access Point10
Access Point
DISABLE
Access Point setting
Setting: ENABLE
DISABLE
Security
----
Security setting
Setting: WEP, WPA/WPA2-PSK, NONE
SSID
----
Service set ID setting
Network Key
----
Network key setting
Key Index
-
Key index setting
Setting: 1, 2, 3, 4
If Server1, Server2, Server3, or Server4 is selected, the
IP Address, Subnet Mask, and Gateway are fixed as
shown below. If Off is selected, the IP Address, Subnet
Mask, and Gateway can be changed.
Server1
IP Address
192.168.10.10
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0
Gateway
--
*2
Description
Server2
Server3
Server4
OFF
192.168.217.192 172.24.217.192 10.216.217.192 192.168.10.10
255.255.255.0 255.255.255.0 255.255.255.0 255.255.255.0
-----
IP Address
-Subnet Mask -Gateway
--
Client
----
OFF
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Text Files Used with the Recorder
The following types of text files can be used by the recorder,
and created with a commercially available text editor.
To display correctly, the files must meet the following
specifications. Refer to “Sample Files” on page 31 for
examples.
File Types
File Types
Contents
File Name
Officer Data File
This file type contains officer settings. It is required when the officer
data setting method is “AUTO” or “MANUAL”. It is also used for log-in
authentication on the administrator settings screen.
\WIDKEY\
WID*****.TXT
Officer Registration
File
This file type contains batch officer registration data (for up to 1,000
officers) for the recorder. When the “LIST” officer data setting method is
selected, officers can select their own names from the registration list to
load their settings into the recorder.
It is also used for log-in authentication for the Front-End application.
\WIDKEY\
WOFFICER.TXT
Administrator
Registration File
This file type contains administrator registration data (for up to 10
administrators) that enables logging in to the administrator settings screen.
An officer data file is required for log-in authentication on the administrator
settings screen.
\WIDKEY\
WADMIN.TXT
Classify File
The file is used to store classify tags on the recorder. Up to 10 files are
stored.
\WIDKEY\
CLASSIFY.TXT
Source File
The file is used to store vehicle ID from the vehicle list when storing an
officer. Up to 1,000 files are stored.
\WIDKEY\WSOURCE.
TXT
Shift File
The file is used to store work shift from the shift list when storing an officer. \WIDKEY\WSHIFT.
Up to 100 files are stored.
TXT
Area File
The file is used to store area from the area list when storing an officer. Up
to 100 files are stored.
\WIDKEY\WAREA.
TXT
Saving Location and File Naming
Note:
When the officer or administrator registration file is as
follows, officer or administrator data is not registered, but
is deleted along with previously registered officer and
administrator data.
• When no officer or administrator data is present
• When the content of required items is invalid
Text files to be used on the recorder must be stored in
a “WIDKEY” created under the root directory of a USB
memory device.
Be sure to save the Officer Data File to one USB memory
device.
Officer data file names are composed of up to eight
characters beginning with the prefix “WID”, and having the
extension “.TXT”. There are no restrictions on naming other
than the “WID” prefix.
When multiple officer data files are saved in the “WIDKEY”,
the file names are automatically sorted (in ascending order),
and the first 1 or 2 files are used as officer data.
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Text Files Used with the Recorder (continued)
File Specifications
Definition Lines:
• An identifier is a definition value.
• These lines define names and other data. Leading spaces
and tabs are ignored.
• Identifier descriptions are shown in the following table.
◎ : Required item
○ : An item with significance or an object of inspection
× : Ignored item
Syntax:
Officer data files may contain no more than one
statement per line.
Multiple statements or definitions on one line are invalid.
Line Feed Codes:
Line feeds are coded as the hexadecimal values 0Dh
0Ah or just 0Ah.
Blank Lines:
Blank lines are ignored. Aside from the line feed code,
a blank line may contain only space and tab (09h)
characters.
Comment Lines:
Lines beginning with “#” (ignoring leading spaces or tabs)
are considered to be comment lines. These have no
special meaning, but may contain notes or descriptions.
Valid comment characters are those from 20h to 7Eh.
Identifier
Max.
characters.
FirstName
MiddleName
LastName
ID
50
1
50
50
Password
12
SDate
SdayOfWeek
STime
EDate
EdayOfWeek
ETime
WHour*
10
3
5
10
3
5
5
Shift
50
Area
Source
50
50
Border
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Identifier
Classify
*
Officer/Administrator
Registration File
Officer
Administrator
Officer Data File
Description
Specify officer's first name
Specify officer's middle initial
Specify officer's last name
Officer number for authentication
This should be entered when
making administrator settings.
Shift start date YYYY-MM-DD
Shift start day of week
Shift start time hh:mm
Shift end date YYYY-MM-DD
Shift end day of week
Shift end time hh:mm
Working period hh:mm
A term for a work period, for
example, early shift.
Name of a location
Vehicle identification
Borders may be assigned to multiple
officers. Defined values are ignored.
For use within registration files.
Max.
Description
characters.
99
Defines Classify.
Officer 1
Officer 2
◎
◎
◎
◎
○
○
○
○
◎
◎
◎
◎
◎
◎
◎
◎
○
○
○
○
○
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
○
×
×
×
○
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
○
×
×
×
○
×
○
×
○
×
×
×
○
×
×
×
○
×
×
×
×
×
○
○
Classify
○
• If SDate, STime, and ETime have been set, the WHour
setting will be ignored.
• If a value of more than 24 hours is set, the default value of
8 hours will be set.
• The minimum period to be set is 15 minutes.
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Text Files Used with the Recorder (continued)
Sample Files
• If no definition is provided for a required item (that is, it is
undefined), necessary data is considered to be incomplete
and invalid for registration or testing. Identifiers are not
case sensitive.
• All item definition values are character strings consisting
of alphanumeric symbols other than “<” (3Ch), “>” (3Eh),
“\” (5Ch), “&” (26h) and “,” (2Ch), control character codes
00h to 1Fh, and “Delete” character code 7Fh. Characters
(including spaces) following “=” on a line are considered to
be the definition value. Any invalid characters are handled
as spaces. Characters exceeding the maximum character
length are ignored.
• Identifiers having no defining characters are considered to
be undefined. For example, if a line contains a “=” followed
by a line feed character, that identifier is considered to be
undefined. If an identifier is multiply defined on different
lines, the last definition line has priority.
Officer data file:
If work day and time data (SDate, EDate, ETime) are not
specified, the time loading the officer data will be the work
start day and time. The work end day and time will be the
day and time after the work time (WHour) elapsed.
If WHour has not be specified, the work hour will be 8 hours.
FirstName=John
#MiddleName=
LastName=Smith
ID=ICV12345
Password=panasonic
SDate=2005-09-12
SdayOfWeek=MON
STime=08:15
#EDate=2005-09-12
#EdayOfWeek=MON
#ETime=20:00
WHoue=7:30
Shift=Patrol
Area=WEST
Source=Car123
# Format of the officer registration file
#
# Identifier=definition_value
#
# Identifier
Length
Description
# FirstName
50
First name
# MiddleName
1
Middle name
# LastName
50
Last name
# ID
50
Identifier of officer
# Password
12
Password. It is desirable to set for administrator certification.
# SDate
10
Service start date YYYY-MM-DD
# SdayOfWeek
3
Service start day of week SUN/MON/TUE/WED/THU/FRI/SAT
# STime
5
Service start time hh:mm
# EDate
10
Service end date YYYY-MM-DD
# EdayOfWeek
3
Service end day of week SUN/MON/TUE/WED/THU/FRI/SAT
# ETime
5
Service end time hh:mm
# WHour
5
Service Time hh:mm
# Shift
50
The name of service
# Area
50
Regional name
# Source
50
Vehicles identifier
#
# Definition value
# ASCII character Except < (0x3c), > (0x3e), \ (0x5c), & (0x26), ..., (0x2c)
# control character (0x00 ~ 0x1f), Delete (0x7f)
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Text Files Used with the Recorder (continued)
Officer Registration File :
Border=-----------------------------------# Officer setting file
# John Smith
FirstName=John
MiddleName=
LastName=Smith
ID=ICV12345
Password=pana1122
WHour=7:00
Border=-----------------------------------# Jane White
FirstName=Jane
MiddleName=
LastName=White
ID=ICV12346
Password=pana1234
WHour=8:00
# FirstName
# MiddleName
# LastName
# ID
# Password
50
1
50
50
12
First name
Middle name
Last name
Identifier of officer
Password. It is desirable to set for administrator certification.
Administrator Registration File :
# Mike Brown
FirstName=Mike
MiddleName=
LastName=Brown
ID=ICV12347
Password=panasonic
Classify File :
#----------------------------------------------------------------------
# Classify file
# - Number of registration maximum data is 10
# - The maximum characters of data is 99
#---------------------------------------------------------------------CLASSIFY=Patrol
CLASSIFY=Signal
CLASSIFY=Speed
Source File :
#---------------------------------------------------------------------# Source file
# - Number of registration maximum data is 1000
# - The maximum characters of data is 50
#---------------------------------------------------------------------Source=ND2032
Source=ND2213
Source=ND3194
Source=NDPC1199
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Text Files Used with the Recorder (continued)
Shift File :
#---------------------------------------------------------------------# Shift file
# - Number of registration maximum data is 100
# - The maximum characters of data is 50
#---------------------------------------------------------------------Shift=EARLY
Shift=LATE
Shift=NIGHT
Shift=DAY
AreaFile :
#---------------------------------------------------------------------# Area file
# - Number of registration maximum data is 100
# - The maximum characters of data is 50
#---------------------------------------------------------------------Area=EAST
Area=NORTH
Area=SOUTH
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Basic Menu Operations
For a list of all the menus, refer to “Menu List” on pages 97 - 106.
(This list also describes menus available only to administrators.)
Cursor button
RETURN
MENU
MENU button
CONTROL PANEL
ON/
OFF
3.Press the center position of the cursor button
[ ] or [ ] to confirm the entry.
Example: Audio1 Test
1. Press the [MENU] button.
he Menu appears.
T
A triangle displayed at the right edge of a menu item
indicates that it contains a submenu.
The selected item opens to reveal selection details.
Confirm
or
Confirm
4.Press the [ ,
[Audio1 Test].
2.Press the cursor buttons [
item.
,
] to select an
] buttons to select
Select
Select
5.Press the [
] button to confirm the entry.
The Audio1 test is now ready to run.
Confirm
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Basic Menu Operations (continued)
Cursor button
RETURN
MENU
RETURN button
CONTROL PANEL
ON/
OFF
Changing the value
Press the [
,
,
,
Displaying the submenu
A triangle displayed at the right edge of the menu
item indicates that it contains a submenu.
Press the [ ] button to display the submenu.
] buttons to set a value.
Change
Display
•A selected item with tiny triangles at the top and
bottom allow you to change its value by pressing [ ]
or [ ].
(Screen example)
Returning to previous screen
Change
Press the [RETURN] button to return to the previous screen.
The menu is cleared when the “Archive” screen, Officer
setup top screen or Setup/Admin top screen is displayed.
Long menus
Menus with arrows at the top and bottom contain items
that are currently not shown.
Press the [ ] or [ ] button to display the item.
•A selected item with tiny triangles to the left and right
allow you to change its value by pressing [ ] or [ ].
(Screen example)
Display
(Screen example)
Change
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Setting up/Deleting Officer Data
Notes:
• If a USB memory device is connected and the officer data is
read during recording, the file will be split up at the location
where reading was effectuated.
• Once the officer data has been read, the USB memory
device may be removed.
• Once the officer data has been set up, it is not deleted
even when power is turned off or the mode changed.
When Front-End application is running, this unit freezes in
the live screen and officer data cannot be set or deleted.
In AUTO mode, officer data can be set using the USB
memory device.
Before using this unit, you must create and configure officer
data, such as an officer ID and officer name. For details
on creating officer data, refer to “Text Files Used with the
Recorder” on pages 29 - 33.
Three setup methods are available, called the AUTO,
MANUAL and LIST modes.
Check with the administrator which mode is selected (see
“Setting Method” on page 89).
Note:
Starting up Front-End application during officer data setup
will abort the setup operation. The recorder will then freeze
in the live screen and disable setup and deletion of officer
data.
AUTO mode
When a USB memory device is connected to the recorder,
or when connection is detected after turning power on, the
officer data for one or two officers is automatically read in
and activated (see “Text Files Used with the Recorder” on
pages 29 - 33).
Connect a USB memory device containing officer data
to the recorder.
The [READY] lamp flashes
for one second:
This indicates that the data
was correctly read.
The [BUSY] lamp flashes for one second:
This indicates that the data could not be correctly read.
Disconnect the USB memory device and then reconnect
it. If the [READY] lamp does not flash when the USB
memory device is connected again, check if the officer
data file has been correctly saved to the USB memory
device.
If the above measures do not correct this problem,
replace the USB memory device.
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Setting up/Deleting Officer Data (continued)
MANUAL mode
4.Connect a USB memory device containing
officer data to the recorder.
Display the menu on the LCD panel. Then read and load the
officer data from the Officer setup top screen.
Cursor button
RETURN
MENU
MENU button
CONTROL PANEL
ON/
OFF
5.Press the [ , ] buttons to select [Officer1]
and press the [ ] button to confirm the entry.
1.Press the [MENU] button.
The Menu appears.
Select
Confirm
6.Press the [
press the [
2.Press the [ , ] buttons to select [Setup/Info]
and press the [ ] button to confirm the entry.
, ] buttons to select [Load] and
] button to confirm the entry.
Select
Select
Confirm
Confirm
This registers officer1 and the name and ID appear.
3.Press the [
press the [
Note:
Long names and IDs may not be displayed in full.
, ] buttons to select [Officer] and
] button to confirm the entry.
Entering Officer2 data
Replace the USB memory device with the one containing
data for another officer. Then select [Officer2] in Step 5
mentioned above and repeat Step 6.
Select
Confirm
The Officer setup top screen appears.
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Setting up/Deleting Officer Data (continued)
4.Press the [ , ] buttons to select [Officer1]
and press the [ ] button to confirm the entry.
LIST mode
Open the menu on the LCD panel and read in the officer data
registered in the recorder from the Officer setup top screen.
For details on registering officer data, refer to “Load Officer”
on page 85.
Select
Cursor button
RETURN
MENU
MENU button
Confirm
CONTROL PANEL
ON/
OFF
A list of officers registered in the recorder appears.
5.Press the [
press the [
1.Press the [MENU] button.
The Menu appears.
, ] buttons to select [Select] and
] buttons to confirm the entry.
Select
Confirm
6.Press the [ , ] buttons to select an officer,
(use the [ , ] buttons to go between pages) and
press the [ ] button to confirm the entry.
2.Use the [ , ] buttons to select [Setup/Info]
and press the [ ] button to confirm the entry.
Select
Select
Confirm
3.Press the [
press the [
Confirm
, ] buttons to select [Officer] and
] button to confirm the entry.
The Officer setup top screen appears when officer1 has
been set.
Note:
Long names and IDs may not be displayed in full.
Select
Entering Officer2 data
Select [Officer2] in Step 4 mentioned above, and repeat
Steps 5 and 6.
Confirm
The Officer setup top screen appears.
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Setting up/Deleting Officer Data (continued)
Setting the Source data
4. Press the [
press the [
Display the menu on the LCD panel. Then read the Source
data loaded in the recorder and set. For details on loading
the Source data, see “Load Source” on page 85.
, ] buttons to select [Source] and
] button to confirm the entry.
Select
Cursor button
RETURN
MENU
MENU button
Confirm
CONTROL PANEL
ON/
OFF
The registered Source data list appears.
1. Press the [MENU] button.
5. Press the [ , ] buttons to select Source data
(use the [ , ] buttons to go between pages),
and press the [ ] button to confirm the entry.
The Menu appears.
Select
Confirm
2. Press the [ , ] buttons to select [Setup/Info]
and press the [ ] button to confirm the entry.
The Source data are set, and the Officer setup top
screen appears.
Select
Confirm
3. Press the [
press the [
, ] buttons to select [Officer] and
] button to confirm the entry.
Select
Confirm
The Officer setup top screen appears.
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Setting up/Deleting Officer Data (continued)
Setting the Area data
4. Press the [
press the [
Display the menu on the LCD panel. Then read the Area
data loaded in the recorder and set. For details on loading
the Area data, see “Load Area” on page 85.
, ] buttons to select [Area] and
] button to confirm the entry.
Select
Cursor button
RETURN
MENU
MENU button
Confirm
CONTROL PANEL
ON/
OFF
The registered Area data list appears.
1. Press the [MENU] button.
5. Press the [ , ] buttons to select Area data (use
the [ , ] buttons to go between pages), and
press the [ ] button to confirm the entry.
The Menu appears.
Select
Confirm
2. Press the [ , ] buttons to select [Setup/Info]
and press the [ ] button to confirm the entry.
The Area data are set, and the Officer setup top screen
appears.
Select
Confirm
3. Press the [
press the [
, ] buttons to select [Officer] and
] button to confirm the entry.
Select
Confirm
The Officer setup top screen appears.
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Setting up/Deleting Officer Data (continued)
Setting the Shift data
4. Press the [
press the [
Display the menu on the LCD panel. Then read the Shift
data loaded in the recorder and set. For details on loading
the Shift data, see “Load Shift” on page 85.
, ] buttons to select [Shift] and
] button to confirm the entry.
Select
Cursor button
RETURN
MENU
MENU button
Confirm
CONTROL PANEL
ON/
OFF
The registered Shift data list appears.
1. Press the [MENU] button.
5. Press the [ , ] buttons to select Shift data (use
the [ , ] buttons to go between pages), and
press the [ ] button to confirm the entry.
The Menu appears.
Select
Confirm
2. Press the [ , ] buttons to select [Setup/Info]
and press the [ ] button to confirm the entry.
The Shift data are set, and the Officer setup top screen
appears.
Select
Confirm
3. Press the [
press the [
, ] buttons to select [Officer] and
] button to confirm the entry.
Select
Confirm
The Officer setup top screen appears.
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Setting up/Deleting Officer Data (continued)
4. Press the [ , ] buttons to select [Work Time]
and press the [ ] button to confirm the entry.
Setting the Work Time data
Display the menu on the LCD panel. Then read the Work
Time data loaded in the recorder and set.
Select
Cursor button
RETURN
MENU
MENU button
Confirm
CONTROL PANEL
ON/
OFF
The Work Time setting screen appears.
1. Press the [MENU] button.
The Menu appears.
5. Press the [
,
] buttons to set Work Time data.
The setting is made on a 15-minute basis.
Select
Confirm
2. Press the [ , ] buttons to select [Setup/Info]
and press the [ ] button to confirm the entry.
6. Press the [Set] button.
The Work Time data are set, and the Officer setup top
screen appears.
Select
Confirm
3. Press the [
press the [
, ] buttons to select [Officer] and
] button to confirm the entry.
Select
Confirm
The Officer setup top screen appears.
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Setting up/Deleting Officer Data (continued)
4.Press the [ , ] buttons to select [Officer1]
or [Officer2] to be deleted, and press the [ ]
button to confirm the entry.
Deleting entered data
Cursor button
RETURN
Select
MENU
MENU button
CONTROL PANEL
ON/
OFF
Confirm
1. Press the [MENU] button.
The Menu appears.
Notes:
• Only Officer1 and Officer2 data can be selected. Even if
Source, Area, Shift, or Work Time is selected, the data
cannot be deleted.
• When the Officer1 data are deleted, the Source, Area,
Shift, and Work Time data for the Officer1 are also
deleted.
5.Press the [
press the [
, ] buttons to select [Delete] and
] button to confirm the entry.
Select
2. Press the [ , ] buttons to select [Setup/Info]
and press the [ ] button to confirm the entry.
Select
Confirm
The displayed screen depends on the setup method.
<When set in AUTO mode>
Confirm
3. Press the [
press the [
, ] buttons to select [Officer] and
] button to confirm the entry.
<When set in MANUAL mode>
Select
Confirm
<When set in LIST mode>
The Officer setup top screen appears.
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This deletes officer data selected in Step 4.
Viewing Live Video
Use the functions described below to manipulate video output by the camera connected to the [CAMERA 1] connector and
sound from the microphone.
Press the [LIVE/ARCHIVE] button to view live video.
A commercially available cameras connected to the [CAMERA 2, 3, 4, 5, 6] connectors cannot be controlled.
AUTO ZOOM button
Backlight compensation button
RETURN
MENU
LIVE/ARCHIVE button
Zoom buttons
CONTROL PANEL
ON/
OFF
CAMERA SELECT button
IR MODE button
◎ Making a backlit image easier to view
◎ Selecting pictures
A dark subject against a bright background can be made
easier to view.
Press the [CAMERA SELECT] button.
Each press of the button toggles the main and sub pictures.
Holding the button pressed for more than two seconds
switches the preset (Preset1, Preset2 or Preset3).
Press the [
Notes:
• Color Camera operations in the Remote Control Panel
menu cannot be accessed when one of the [CAMERA] [2]
to [6] connector input is selected.
• If the preset setting is enabled, the main screen for
Preset1 is displayed with selection of the [CAMERA
SELECT] button.
] button.
This button toggles between “ON” and “OFF” at each press.
Set this button to “OFF” for normal operation.
◎ Making a dark image easier to view
◎ Zooming
Use the infrared mode to make dark images easier to view.
Press the [IR MODE] button.
To view the overall scene, press the [W] button and zoom
out.
To view fine details, press the [T] button and zoom in.
1. Press the [W] button or the [T] button.
The camera zooms in or out while the button is kept
depressed.
The
IR
ON
appears.
Each press of this button switches the function from “AUTO”,
“ON” and “OFF”. Set this function to “AUTO” for normal
operation.
or
Note:
This function can be used together with “Adjusting image
brightness” (on page 47) to make an image brighter.
2. Release the button when reaching the desired
image size.
Pressing [AUTO ZOOM] button
It zooms in the image to the target ratio and then pauses
before zooming out towards the wide angle end. When
the zoom in operation goes beyond the target ratio, it first
zooms out to the target ratio.
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RETURN
MENU
CONTROL PANEL
ON/
OFF
CONTROL PANEL
ON/OFF button
Brightness buttons
AUDIO 2 MUTE button
Volume control buttons
◎ Adjusting speaker volume
◎ Adjusting brightness of the LCD panel
Adjust the sound volume of the speaker on the remote
control panel with the volume control buttons.
Adjust the brightness of the LCD panel on the remote control
panel with the brightness buttons.
1. Press the [+] or [–] button of the [ ] button.
1. Press the [+] or [–] button of the [
Pressing the [+] button increasing the volume, while
pressing the [–] button decreases the volume.
] buttons.
Pressing the [+] button makes the LCD panel brighter,
while pressing the [–] button makes the it darker.
2. Release the button when reaching the desired
volume.
2. Release the button when reaching the desired
brightness.
◎ Muting Audio 2 input sound
◎ Turning off the LCD panel
Press the [AUDIO 2 MUTE] button.
Press the [CONTROL PANEL ON/OFF] button.
Each press of this button toggles the button between record
and mute.
his turns off the LCD panel and lamps and disables all
T
button functions.
Pressing this button a second time turns on the LCD panel
and lamps and button operations again become available.
Note:
It is not possible to switch Audio1, 3, or 4 sound recording in
this manner.
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Viewing Live Video (continued)
Cursor button
RETURN
MENU
MENU button
CONTROL PANEL
ON/
OFF
◎ Adjusting image focus
When the autofocus function cannot properly
focus the image.
Note:
This menu is available only when the [CAMERA 1] connector
input is selected.
1. Press the [
Focus].
The
1.Press the [MENU] button.
The Menu appears.
,
] buttons to select [Manual
appears.
Select
2.To focus on a more distant subject, keep
pressing the [ ] button and release it when it
comes into focus.
2.Confirm that [Camera1] is selected, and press
the [
] button.
The
appears.
Confirm
3.Press the [
] button.
Confirm
The autofocus function automatically focuses the image.
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To focus on a closer subject, keep pressing the
[ ] button and release it when it comes into
focus.
Viewing Live Video (continued)
Cursor button
RETURN
MENU
MENU button
CONTROL PANEL
ON/
OFF
4.Press the [
brighter.
Adjusting image brightness
Total brightness of the video captured by the color camera is
adjusted.
] button to make the image
Brighter
Note:
This menu is available only when the [CAMERA 1] connector
input is selected.
1.Press the [MENU] button.
The Menu appears.
Press the [
] button to make the image darker.
Darker
Set this button to “0” (zero) for normal operation.
2.Confirm that [Camera1] is selected, and press
the [ ] button.
Confirm
3.Press the [ ,
[AE [-2 -- +2]].
The
] buttons to select
appears.
Select
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Viewing Live Video (continued)
LOCK lamp
RETURN
MENU
Cursor button
MENU button
CONTROL PANEL
ON/
OFF
4.Press the [ , ] buttons to select the
recognition mode.
Setting LPR mode
When the camera for the LPR mode is connected to the
[CAMERA 3] connector (see “Example” on page 5), use the
signal output from the [VIDEO OUT 1] connector, and set
[VIDEO OUT 1] on the Audio/Video screen to “CAM3”.
Use of license plate recognition requires the following setup.
This menu is available only when [Init LPR Mode] in
administrator setup is set to “ENABLE” (see “Camera1” on
page 88).
Select
LPR: Engages the License Plate Recognition mode and
the [LOCK] lamp blinks. [LPR Shutter Speed] and
[LPR Zoom] now become available.
PATROL: Engages the normal mode. [Patrol Shutter
Speed] and [Patrol Zoom] now become
available.
Note:
This menu is available only when the [CAMERA 1] connector
input is selected.
1.Press the [MENU] button.
Note:
Changing [Init LPR Mode] to “DISABLE” in administrator
setup while setting “LPR” engages “PATROL” and [LPR
Mode] is no longer available.
The Menu appears.
2.Confirm that [Camera1] is selected, and press
the [
] button.
Confirm
3.Press the [
The
,
] buttons to select [LPR Mode].
appears.
Select
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Viewing Live Video (continued)
Cursor button
RETURN
MENU
MENU button
CONTROL PANEL
ON/
OFF
Setting shutter speed (in LPR mode)
4.Press the [
speed.
Set a shutter speed to capture sharp video of fast-moving
subjects.
This menu is available only when [Init LPR Mode] in
administrator setup is set to “ENABLE” and [LPR Mode] is
set to “LPR”.
AUTO: A
utomatically adjusts the shutter speed to ambient
light.
1/500, 1/1000: Set as required by the subject.
1.Press the [MENU] button.
Note:
A recording started by a recording trigger during license plate
recognition will automatically switch the shutter speed to
the value set by Patrol Shutter Speed. When recording stop
criteria are met, the shutter speed automatically returns to
the value set in Step 4.
The Menu appears.
2.Confirm that [Camera1] is selected, and press
the [ ] button.
Confirm
The
,
] buttons to select a shutter
Select
Note:
This menu is available only when the [CAMERA 1] connector
input is selected.
3.Press the [
Speed].
,
] buttons to select [LPR Shutter
appears.
Select
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Viewing Live Video (continued)
Cursor button
RETURN
MENU
MENU button
CONTROL PANEL
ON/
OFF
Setting camera zoom (in LPR mode)
4. Press the [
The camera zoom can be set in the range 1.0 to 22.0 x.
This menu is available only when [Init LPR Mode] in
administrator setup is set to “ENABLE” and [LPR Mode] is
set to “LPR”.
] button to raise the ratio.
Raise the ratio.
Note:
This menu is available only when the [CAMERA 1] connector
input is selected.
Press the [
] button to lower the ratio.
1.Press the [MENU] button.
The Menu appears.
Lower the ratio.
Note:
A recording started by a recording trigger during license
plate recognition will automatically switch the camera zoom
setting to [Patrol Zoom]. When recording stop criteria are
met, the camera zoom setting is automatically switched to
[LPR Zoom].
2.Confirm that [Camera1] is selected, and press
the [ ] button.
Confirm
3.Press the [
The
,
] buttons to select [LPR Zoom].
appears.
Select
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Viewing Live Video (continued)
Cursor button
RETURN
MENU
MENU button
CONTROL PANEL
ON/
OFF
Setting camera zoom (in PATROL mode)
Setting shutter speed (in PATROL mode)
The camera zoom can be set in the range 1.0 to 22.0 x.
This menu is available only when [Init LPR Mode] in
administrator setup is set to “ENABLE” and [LPR Mode] is
set to “PATROL”.
Set a shutter speed to capture sharp video of fast-moving
subjects.
This menu is available only when [Init LPR Mode] in
administrator setup is set to “ENABLE” and [LPR Mode] is
set to “PATROL”.
Note:
This menu is available only when the [CAMERA 1] connector
input is selected.
Note:
This menu is available only when the [CAMERA 1] connector
input is selected.
1.Press the [MENU] button.
1.Press the [MENU] button.
The Menu appears.
The Menu appears.
2.Confirm that [Camera1] is selected, and press
the [ ] button.
2.Confirm that [Camera1] is selected, and press
the [ ] button.
Confirm
Confirm
3.Use the [
3.Press the [ , ] buttons to select [Patrol
Shutter Speed].
The
The
,
] buttons to select [Patrol Zoom].
appears.
Select
appears.
Select
4. Press the [
4.Press the [
speed.
,
] buttons to select a shutter
] button to raise the ratio.
Raise the ratio.
Select
Press the [
AUTO: Automatically adjusts the shutter speed to
ambient light.
1/100, 1/500, 1/1000: Set as required by the subject.
] button to lower the ratio.
Lower the ratio.
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Cursor button
RETURN
MENU
MENU button
CONTROL PANEL
ON/
OFF
3. Press the [ , ] buttons to select the channel
to be checked, and then press the [ ] button.
Checking audio
Sound output is normally off when viewing live video. Use
the following steps to check that sound is input normally.
Select
1.Press the [MENU] button.
The Menu appears.
Confirm
Sound is output while the [
] button is depressed.
Notes:
• The output sound may be too loud depending on the sound
volume setting. Lower the sound volume as required.
• Audio channels set to OFF on the Audio Allocation screen
in Administrator setup cannot be selected.
2.Use the [ , ] buttons to select [Audio/Video]
and press the [ ] button to confirm the entry.
Select
Confirm
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Viewing Live Video (continued)
Cursor button
RETURN
MENU
MENU button
CONTROL PANEL
ON/
OFF
Adjusting the image enhancement
3. Press the [
Enhance].
The brightness of the dark part of the main picture is
adjusted. The sub picture is not adjusted.
,
] buttons to select [Image
Select
1. Press the [MENU] button.
The Menu appears.
Confirm
4. Press the [
press the [
, ] buttons to set brightness, and
] button to confirm the entry.
LOW: Adjusting slightly
HIGH: Adjusting strongly
OFF: No adjustment
2. Press the [ , ] buttons to select [Audio/
Video] and press the [ ] button to confirm the
entry.
Select
Confirm
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Viewing Live Video (continued)
Cursor button
RETURN
MENU
MENU button
CONTROL PANEL
ON/
OFF
Setting the output video
3. Press the [
OUT1].
Set the through-out signal output from the [VIDEO OUT 1]
connector on the recorder.
,
] buttons to select [VIDEO
Select
1. Press the [MENU] button.
The Menu appears.
Confirm
4. Press the [
press the [
, ] buttons to select a signal, and
] button to confirm the entry.
CAM1: Signal input to the [CAMERA 1] connector
CAM3: Signal input to the [CAMERA 3] connector
VIDEO OUT2: The same signal as that output from the
[VIDEO OUT 2] connector
2. Use the [ , ] buttons to select [Audio/Video]
and press the [ ] button to confirm the entry.
Select
Confirm
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Viewing Live Video (continued)
Cursor button
RETURN
MENU
MENU button
CONTROL PANEL
ON/
OFF
4.Press the [ , ] buttons to select “AUTO”,
“SIMPLE”, “DETAILS” or “OFF”.
iewing the status of the recorder
V
(Overlay OSD)
Select
The following function is provided to enable viewing the
status of the recorder and the trigger signal (GPI1-16) status.
1.Press the [MENU] button.
The Menu appears.
AUTO: The simple overlay OSD (see page 56) appears
for 3 to 5 seconds when any of the following items
have been changed.
• Mode indication
• Status display
SIMPLE: The simple overlay OSD appears.
DETAILS: The detailed overlay OSD appears.
OFF: The overlay OSD closes.
Notes:
• The administrator can set the Overlay OSD (Init Overlay
OSD) selected at power-on.
• See the next page for how to read the overlay OSD.
• When “AUTO” is selected and the [BOOK MARK] button is
pressed, the simple overlay OSD does not appear but the
bookmark icon
appears for 1 to 2 seconds.
2.Press the [ , ] buttons to select [Setup/Info]
and press the [ ] button to confirm the entry.
Adjusting the display position
When [Main OSD] or [Sub OSD] is set to OFF on the
Embedded OSD screen in administrator setup, select the
[Position (Press ENTER)] on the Setup/Info screen, and
press the [
] button. Then the display position moves up
and down.
Select
Confirm
3.Press the [
OSD].
,
] buttons to select [Overlay
select
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Viewing Live Video (continued)
<Detailed Overlay OSD>
<Simple Overlay OSD>
LOOP TIME: Loop period (total recording time)
• The remaining recording time is updated about every
30 seconds.
• When Loop recording is set to [ON], loop period (total
recording time) is displayed.
Note:
The total recording time does not include pre-recording and
post-recording time.
Speed (MPH / km/h)
WN: Own vehicle speed
O
Own vehicle speed detected by a Radar or GPS
connected to the recorder is displayed. If the speed data
of both the Radar and GPS are sent from the recorder,
the speed detected by the Radar is displayed.
TGT: Target vehicle speed
Target vehicle speed indication depends on the type of
radar gun that is connected. For example, one ProLaser3
measurement indicates vehicle speed for a period of
about 10 seconds. If another measurement is made within
this 10 second period (approx.), the speed indication is
updated accordingly.
Mode indication
: paused : recording
Status display
Displays the status of the recorder and SDHC Memory
Card.
<Status of the recorder>
PON: Power ON recording “ON”
LOP: Loop recording “ON”
INT: Intermittent recording “ON”
Note:
“ERR” appears to indicate that the radar gun measurement
result is not correct.
Location information (latitude)
Status Display>
<
CARD FULL, CARD PROTECT, VUP CARD,
UNFORMATTED, NO CARD, READ ERROR,
UNSUPPORTED, PLAY ERROR
(see “Status Display” on page 118)
Location information (longitude)
Remaining SDHC Memory Card recording time
(HH : MM)
REMAIN: The remaining recordable time
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Viewing Live Video (continued)
Remaining time on the SDHC Memory Card
isplays the remaining time on the SDHC memory card
D
that can be recorded by the recorder.
Date/Time
Trigger signal (GPI1-16) input status
(GPI1 to 16 are displayed in order from the left.)
The characters assigned by [Display] appear when the
state set by [Detection] occurs.
Mark position
: Bookmark position
: Upload
Setup status of the recorder
P1
: Preset1 input is selected.
P2
: Preset2 input is selected.
P3
: Preset3 input is selected.
IR : Camera IR mode is “ON”.
IRA : Camera IR mode is “AUTO”.
BL : Camera backlight compensation is “ON”.
TAL : Camera1 Rec LED is “ON”.
LOCK : Operation button lock is “ON”.
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Viewing Live Video (continued)
Cursor button
RETURN
MENU
MENU button
CONTROL PANEL
ON/
OFF
3.Press the [ , ] buttons to select [Disconnect
PC] and press the [ ] button to confirm the
entry.
Disconnecting the recorder from a Front-End
application
Connecting a PC with Front-End application installed to the
recorder and starting up a Front-End application freezes
the recorder in the live screen and disables the following
operations.
• Setting up/Deleting Officer Data
• A trial shoot
• Playback
• Administrator Setup
• Exporting to the USB memory device
Select
Confirm
Follow these steps to disconnect a Front-End application
from the recorder to enable the above operations.
1.Press the [MENU] button.
These steps disconnect the recorder from a Front-End
application.
The Menu appears.
Notes:
• Do not disconnect a PC with Front-End application from
the recorder during automatic uploading.
• For details on how to restart the Front-End application, see
the Operating Instructions of the Front-End application.
2.Press the [ , ] buttons to select [Setup/Info]
and press the [ ] button to confirm the entry.
Select
Confirm
Playback with the remote control panel is not available
at present. Upgrading is scheduled for the future.
For playback, it is recommended to use the Front-End
application or Back-End Client application.
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Recording
BOOK MARK button
RETURN
MENU
CONTROL PANEL
ON/
OFF
REC button
STOP button
Starting and stopping recording
- When automatic uploading has started
- When automatic restoring has started
- When the CONTROL PANEL button is set to OFF
- When a fatal error has occurred
- When the SDHC Memory Card slot cover is open
- When the unit is in ACC-OFF mode
Starting recording
Press the [REC] button.
There are also other conditions for stopping recording.
For details, see “Stopping Recording” on page 9.
Adding bookmarks
A bookmark can be added to a file that is being recorded
to mark it for playback. (See “Moving back to a previous
skip location to start playback” and “Moving to the next skip
location to start playback” on page 65.)
This starts video and sound recording.
The live screen appears automatically if not already on. The
Remote Control Panel, the Color Camera and the Memory
Card Recorder [REC] lamps go on during recording.
Press the [BOOK MARK] button.
Note:
The Color Camera [REC] lamp goes on regardless of camera
input setting.
There are also other methods for starting recording. For
details, refer to “Starting Recording” on page 8.
Stopping recording
The bookmark icon
Press the [STOP] button ( ).
appears for 1 or 2 seconds.
Notes:
• The bookmark icon
appears on the overlay OSD. When
[Overlay OSD] is “OFF” (see “Viewing the status of the
recorder (Overlay OSD)” on page 55), the bookmark icon
does not appear.
• Bookmarks can be added with a minimum interval of 2
seconds.
• A bookmark cannot be entered until about 2 seconds after
recording starts.
• It is possible to move the playback location to the
bookmark during playback.
• Bookmarks can be added also during playback.
(See “Adding bookmarks” on page 66.)
• Bookmarks but not classify tags can be added during
recording.
• Classify tags can be added only during playback.
(See “Adding bookmarks” on page 66.)
Pressing the [STOP] button turns off the [REC] lamp and
video and sound recordings stop when the post record*1
interval has elapsed. Then the [BUSY] lamp goes off.
Notes:
• When recording is stopped under the conditions in which
Classify information is registered (see page 89), Classify
on the Management Mode screen is set to “ENABLE” or
“FORCE” (see page 89), and Loop Rec on the Rec/Play
screen is set to “OFF” (see page 81), the Classify selection
screen
appears.
Select the classify information with the [ , ] buttons and
press the [BOOK MARK] or [RETURN] button. The
classify information will be added to the file.
• In the following cases, the Classify screen disappears and
the classify information cannot be added.
Playback with the remote control panel is not available
at present. Upgrading is scheduled for the future.
For playback, it is recommended to use the Front-End
application or Back-End Client application.
*1 Post record is the capability of including material from an interval
after the specified stop point in recording. The interval is set by
an administrator.
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Recording (continued)
Cursor button
RETURN
MENU
MENU button
CONTROL PANEL
ON/
OFF
A trial shoot
When Front-End application is running, or Back-End
application is streaming a picture, this unit freezes in the
live screen, and a trial shoot is disabled.
The following is a description of a test to check if recording can
be correctly made.
1.Press the [MENU] button.
The Menu appears.
2.Press the [ , ] buttons to select [RecCheck]
and press the [ ] button to confirm the entry.
Select
Confirm
A five-second recording is made and played back.
Notes:
• A trial shoot cannot be performed during recording or
playback.
• The trial shoot portion of a recording is automatically
deleted after playback.
Playback with the remote control panel is not available
at present. Upgrading is scheduled for the future.
For playback, it is recommended to use the Front-End
application or Back-End Client application.
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Recording (continued)
Cursor button
RETURN
MENU
MENU button
CONTROL PANEL
ON/
OFF
Setting the target speed
4. Press the [
,
] buttons to set the speed.
Setting values: OFF, 1, 2, ..., 200
If the target speed detected with the radar gun exceeds the
value set here, it is used as a record trigger.
Select
1. Press the [MENU] button.
The Menu appears.
Notes:
• [Target Speed] may not be selected due to the settings on
the Trigger screen in Administrator setup.
• Set Connection Of Radar on the Radar/GPS screen in
Administrator setup to “Recorder”.
2. Press the [ , ] buttons to select [Setup/Info]
and press the [ ] button to confirm the entry.
Select
Confirm
3. Press the [
Speed].
,
] buttons to select [Target
Select
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Recording (continued)
Cursor button
RETURN
MENU
MENU button
CONTROL PANEL
ON/
OFF
To turn off the [REC] lamp during
recording
3.Press the [
Rec LED].
The [REC] lamp on the camera connected to the [CAMERA 1]
connector lights during recording. The following steps allow
you to keep this lamp off at all times.
,
] buttons to select [Camera1
select
1. Press the [MENU] button.
The Menu appears.
Note:
If “Camera1” has not be set for any of Preset1, Preset2, and
Preset 3 on the Video Allocation screen in Administrator
setup, [Camera1 Rec LED] cannot be selected.
4.Press the [
,
] buttons to select “OFF”.
select
2.Press the [ , ] buttons to select [Setup/Info]
and press the [ ] buttons to confirm the entry.
Select
The lamp will now remain off at all times.
Confirm
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Playback
Cursor button
RETURN
MENU
LIVE/ARCHIVE button
CONTROL PANEL
ON/
OFF
Name of record file
When Front-End application or the streaming player of
Back-End application is running, this unit freezes the live
screen, and the card cannot be played back.
A record file name that appears on the overlay OSD or
playback file list screen takes a name that is based on the
local time when recording started.
A date format is set under Style on the Date/Time screen in
Administrator setup. (See “Date/Time” on page 84.)
Playback
Note:
A physical filename (for example, a filename that appears
on a PC) can be indicated either in world or local time
depending on Administrator setup.
Press the [LIVE/ARCHIVE] button.
Intermittent recording files
An intermittent recording file records only one video frame
per second but no audio.
The playback screen appears and playback starts from the
location where playback was last made.
If recording was started or stopped prior to pressing the
[LIVE/ARCHIVE] button, playback starts from the beginning
of the recorded file.
Note:
The playback speed of an intermittent recording file is slower
than a normal file.
Loop recording files
Notes:
• In the following cases, recorded files may not be played
back from the beginning.
– When [Setup/Info]-[Admin]-[Date/Time]-[Date/Time] is
changed
– When [Setup/Info]-[Admin]-[Date/Time]-[TimeZone] is
changed
– When [Setup/Info]-[Admin]-[Rec/Play]-[Rule of Filename]
is changed
– When the clock time is corrected by GPS
• If playback was previously ended at the end of the file,
playback is paused.
• If the LCD panel is turned off by using the [CONTROL
PANEL ON/OFF] button, file playback stops.
• If Front-End application or the streaming player of BackEnd application is activated during playback, playback
stops.
A loop recording file is automatically separated, and the
starting time of recording at separation will be the filename.
Playback with the remote control panel is not available at
present. Upgrading is scheduled for the future.
For playback, it is recommended to use the Front-End
application or Back-End Client application.
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Cursor button
RETURN
MENU
CONTROL PANEL
ON/
OFF
Rewinding
Changing playback method
Press the [
] button.
Playback and pause
Press the [
] button.
Rewinding is performed at 4, 20 or 200 times normal speed.
Each press changes the rewind speed from 4, to 20, 200 and
back to 4 times normal speed.
Playback starts. Press again to pause playback. Use this
button to pause slow, rewind and fast forward.
Fast forward
Press the [
Slow
Press the [
] button.
] button.
Fast forwarding is performed at 4, 20 or 200 times normal
speed.
Each press changes the fast forward speed from 4, to 20,
200 and back to 4 times normal speed.
Slow plays back at 1/10 or 1/2 of normal speed. Each press
changes playback speed from 1/10 to 1/2 and 1/10.
Note:
Intermittent recording files cannot be played back at slow
speed.
Quick Replay
Press the [
] button.
Playback starts 7 seconds prior to the current location.
During slow playback, slow playback starts 7 seconds prior
to the current location.
Playback with the remote control panel is not available at
present. Upgrading is scheduled for the future.
For playback, it is recommended to use the Front-End
application or Back-End Client application.
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Playback (continued)
RETURN
MENU
Skip back button
Skip forward button
CONTROL PANEL
ON/
OFF
oving back to a previous skip location to start
M
playback
Press the [
oving to the next skip location to start
M
playback
] button.
Press the [
] button.
Playback starts from the next skip location.
If the current location comes after the last skip location in the
file, playback starts from a skip location in the next file. If there
is no next file, playback starts from the current location without
skipping.
Playback starts from the previous skip location.
If the current location is 5 seconds or less away from a skip
location, playback starts from the skip location before the
previous skip location.
However, if the current location is 5 seconds or less away
from the first skip location in the file, playback starts from a
skip location in the previous file.
If there is no previous file, playback starts from the current
location without skipping.
Notes:
• The skip location may be a bookmark, head of file or a
trigger position (one per file) at which recording began.
However, no trigger position can exist in automatically
divided files.
• One of the following icons may appear on an overlay OSD
screen for about 2 seconds depending on the location
playback skips. When not shown on an overlay OSD
screen, they appear on the LCD panel.
: File beginning
: Trigger position
: Bookmark position
• It is recommended that the skip location be placed at the
[Trigger/Marker] or [Head of File] in the administration
setup. (See “Skip Target” on page 83.)
• Up to 999 bookmarks can be skipped. You cannot skip to
the bookmark position exceeding this limit.
• When the [ ] button or [ ] button is pressed, playback
stops momentarily while the skip location is searched for,
and then playback resumes from that position.
Playback with the remote control panel is not available at
present. Upgrading is scheduled for the future.
For playback, it is recommended to use the Front-End
application or Back-End Client application.
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Playback (continued)
Cursor button
BOOK MARK button
RETURN
MENU
MENU button
RETURN button
CONTROL PANEL
ON/
OFF
Setting bookmarks
When Classify tags are loaded
1.Press the [BOOK MARK] button.
Adding bookmarks
Bookmarks can be added to a file during playback, pause or
slow playback. Loading Classify tags from a USB memory
device in advance to the recorder allows the operator to add
both bookmarks and Classify tags. (See “Load Classify” on
page 85.)
*1
When no Classify tags are loaded
appears.
2. Press the [ , ] buttons to select an Classify
tag and press the [BOOK MARK], [RETURN] or
[MENU] button to confirm the entry.
Press the [BOOK MARK] button.
or
appears.
• A bookmark icon
• Playback or slow playback stops for a short while and
then resumes.
or
• The recorder returns to previous playback status, and
the bookmark icon
appears enabling insertion also of
Classify tags.
• Playback or slow playback stops for a short while and
then resumes.
Notes:
appears on the overlay OSD. When
• The bookmark icon
[Overlay OSD] is “OFF” (see “Viewing the status of the
recorder (Overlay OSD)” on page 69), the bookmark icon
does not appear.
• Bookmarks can be added with a minimum interval of 2
seconds.
• Playing back a segment with a bookmark shows a
for about 2 seconds.
bookmark icon
• Once characters are set for a classify tag, the default
setting “---“ is not displayed.
• If a classify tag of the video being played is not registered
on the recorder used for playback, the classify tag is
grayed out during playback. Once the grayed-out classify
tag is edited, the original classify tag cannot be retrieved.
*1 • The last used classify tag appears.
• The last used classify tag remains even after a power off.
However, if classify tags are reloaded, “----“ appears.
• Long classify tag character strings may not be displayed in
full.
• Classify tags where bookmarks cannot be set, for example a
recording file with unregistered classify tags, are displayed in
gray.
Playback with the remote control panel is not available at
present. Upgrading is scheduled for the future.
For playback, it is recommended to use the Front-End
application or Back-End Client application.
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Playback (continued)
Cursor button
RETURN
MENU
MENU button
CONTROL PANEL
ON/
OFF
Selecting a file for playback
• When a file is recorded across two SDHC Memory
Cards and is split into two files, the start time of the
latter file is suffixed by “*”. Also, if two or more files have
the same start time, the start time of the second and
succeeding files are suffixed by “*”.
1.Press the [MENU] button.
The Menu appears.
3.Press the [
back.
,
] buttons to select a file to play
Select
2. Press the [ , ] buttons to select [Archive]
and press the [ ] button to confirm the entry.
The playback file list screen appears.
(Use the following functions to go between pages.)
• Press the [ , ] buttons once to turn pages one at a
time.
• Keep pressing the [ , ] buttons to go quickly
between pages. This function turns pages up to page
3 in one-page increments and pages from page 4 in
10-page increments.
4.Press the [
Select
] button to start playback.
Playback starts from the beginning of the file.
When playback reaches end of the file, playback is
paused.
Confirm
Notes:
• [Archive] is not available when there are no playback
files.
• Files appear in the order of the filenames (see “Rule of
Filename” on page 82) that are assigned at recording.
“WT” (world time) files are displayed
in recording start order (but the time is
converted and indicated in local time).
↓
“LT” (local time) files are displayed in
recording start order.
Playback with the remote control panel is not available at
present. Upgrading is scheduled for the future.
For playback, it is recommended to use the Front-End
application or Back-End Client application.
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Playback (continued)
Cursor button
RETURN
MENU
MENU button
CONTROL PANEL
ON/
OFF
4.Press the [ ,
Turning Playback sound ON and OFF
] buttons to select “ON” or “OFF”.
Select
1.Press the [MENU] button.
The Menu appears.
Notes:
• An administrator can set the audio output (Init Audio Out
(Play)) selected at power-on.
• An audio channel set to OFF on the Audio Allocation
screen in Administrator setup cannot be selected. (See
“Audio Allocation” on page 78.)
2.Press the [
press the [
, ] buttons to select [Audio] and
] button to confirm the entry.
Select
Confirm
3.Press the [ , ] buttons to select an audio
channel to be played back.
Select
Playback with the remote control panel is not available at
present. Upgrading is scheduled for the future.
For playback, it is recommended to use the Front-End
application or Back-End Client application.
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Playback (continued)
Cursor button
RETURN
MENU
MENU button
CONTROL PANEL
ON/
OFF
4.Press the [ , ] buttons to select “AUTO”,
“SIMPLE”, “DETAILS” or “OFF”.
V
iewing the status of the recorder
(Overlay OSD)
select
Use the following function to see the status of the recorder
or trigger signal (GPI1-16) status when a played back file
was recorded.
1.Press the [MENU] button.
The Menu appears.
AUTO:The simple overlay OSD appears for 3 to 5 seconds
when any of the following items have been changed
(see page 70).
• Playback filename
• M
ode indication
• Playback speed and status indication
SIMPLE: The Simple overlay OSD appears.
DETAILS: The Detailed overlay OSD appears.
OFF: Overlay OSD closes.
Notes:
• An administrator can set the Overlay OSD (Init Overlay
OSD) selected at power-on.
• See the next page for how to read the overlay OSD.
• When “AUTO” is selected and the [BOOK MARK] button
is pressed or the bookmark position is reached, the simple
overlay OSD does not appear but the bookmark icon
appears for 1 to 2 seconds.
• When “AUTO” is selected and the trigger position is reached,
the simple overlay OSD does not appear but the trigger icon
appears for 1 to 2 seconds.
2. Press the [ , ] buttons to select [Setup/Info]
and press the [ ] button to confirm the entry.
Select
Adjusting the display position
When a picture recorded with Main OSD or Sub OSD
embedded on the Embedded OSD screen in Administrator
setup set to OFF is played, Trigger, Time, and [email protected]
Area that are set to ON on the Embedded OSD screen are
displayed. Select [Position (Press ENTER)] on the Setup/Info
screen then press [
] button. Then the display position will
move up and down.
Confirm
3.Press the [
OSD].
,
] buttons to select [Overlay
Note:
The OSD position of the picture recorded with Main OSD or
Sub OSD on the Embedded OSD screen in Administrator
setup set to ON cannot be changed.
Select
Playback with the remote control panel is not available at
present. Upgrading is scheduled for the future.
For playback, it is recommended to use the Front-End
application or Back-End Client application.
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Playback (continued)
<Detailed Overlay OSD>
<Simple Overlay OSD>
Speed (MPH / km/h)
OWN : Own vehicle speed
TGT : Target vehicle speed
Playback location (in file units)
Date/Time
Trigger signal (GPI1-16) input status
(GPI1 to 16 are displayed in order from the left.)
The characters assigned by [Display] appear when the
state set by [Detection] occurs.
Location information (latitude)
Location information (longitude)
Playback filename
(Local time at start of recording)
“NO FILE” appears when there is no file to play back.
Mark position
: File beginning
: Trigger position
: Bookmark position
Mode indication
: Playback
:Pause
: Fast forward
: Rewind
: Slow
Playback speed and status indication
<Speed>
x1/10, x1/2, x4, x20, x200
<Status Display> (see “Status Display” on page 118)
READ ERROR, UNSUPPORTED,
PLAY ERROR
Sound output setting
( : appears only during playback)
A1, 2, 3, or 4: Audio1, 2, 3, or 4 is output.
Playback with the remote control panel is not available at
present. Upgrading is scheduled for the future.
For playback, it is recommended to use the Front-End
application or Back-End Client application.
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Displaying Product Information
Cursor button
RETURN
MENU
MENU button
CONTROL PANEL
ON/
OFF
3.Press the [ , ] buttons to select [Information]
and press the [ ] button to confirm the entry.
iewing SDHC Memory Card type and
V
software version
Select
1.Press the [MENU] button.
The Menu appears.
Confirm
The Information screen appears.
2.Press the [ , ] buttons to select [Setup/Info]
and press the [ ] button to confirm the entry.
Select
• This displays SDHC Memory Card model and card information. The following information appears depending on
card type.
- UNFORMATTED
- CARD PROTECT
- CARD ERROR
- CARD FULL
- UNSUPPORTED
- VUP CARD
- NO CARD
• This opens the product information screen that contains
the software version information.
• The product name is defined by the SD Card Association
and may differ from the SDHC memory card product
number.
Confirm
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Displaying Product Information (continued)
Cursor button
RETURN
MENU
CONTROL PANEL
ON/
OFF
Viewing error log data
Use the following procedure to open a dialog showing up to
five of the most recent errors.
1.Perform steps 1 to 3 in “ Viewing SDHC
Memory Card type and software version”.
2.This selects [Last Errors]. Press the [
to accept.
] button
Confirm
This dialog shows the most recent error data (the items
listed below).
• Month/day (MM/DD)
• Hour/minute (HH : MM)
• Error No.
• Error type (Fatal Error/Error)
• Error message (the first 40 characters appear)
Notes:
• Error data with a low priority is also displayed.
• The following error numbers do not appear as error log
data.
E00604, E08601, E20901, E20911, E20912, E20921,
E20922, E22420 to E22432, E24010, E24011, E24030,
E24110, E28206 to E28203
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MENU button
Transferring Files
Cursor button
RETURN
MENU
MENU button
CONTROL PANEL
ON/
OFF
Exporting files
Select
Video and audio data recorded on the SDHC Memory Cards
are copied to the USB memory device. Exported data are
deleted from the cards.
Notes:
• Export cannot be executed while recording or postrecording. If export is selected while recording, a
confirmation dialog box appears. Select [Stop] to stop
recording and start exporting, or [Cancel] to continue
recording. If export is selected while post-recording, postrecording stops and export starts.
• If the updating file is stored on the USB memory device,
error message “E28406” appears and files cannot be
exported.
• If a USB memory device for authentication is removed
or inserted, an error message “E28201” appears. While
exporting, do not insert or remove the USB memory
device, even if it is not accessed.
• Be sure to set Export Menu on the Management Mode
screen in Administrator setup to ENABLE. Otherwise
[Export/Upload] cannot be selected. (See “Export Menu”
on page 89.)
• If the Front-End application is connected, export is
disabled.
• Export will be canceled if the Front-End application is to
be connected during exporting.
Confirm
3. Press the [ , ] buttons to select [Export]
and press the [ ] button to confirm the entry.
Select
Confirm
Files are exported.
1. Press the [MENU] button.
The Menu appears.
Note:
The USB1 and USB2 progress bars are displayed on the
screen, but the USB connectors on the recorder are not
discriminated. If two USB memory devices are connected,
you cannot specify the device used for exporting. Check the
access lamp on the USB memory device.
2. Press the [ , ] buttons to select [Export/
Upload] and press the [ ] button to confirm
the entry.
Cancel exporting
Press the [ ] button.
Exporting is canceled immediately when the button is
pressed, but the data transferred before the button was
pressed are exported.
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Transferring Files (continued)
Cursor button
RETURN
MENU
MENU button
CONTROL PANEL
ON/
OFF
3. Press the [ , ] buttons to select [Upload]
and press the [ ] button to confirm the entry.
Uploading files
Video and audio data recorded on the SDHC Memory
Cards are uploaded to the Back-End server. You can upload
data manually or automatically with Upload Mode on the
Management Mode screen in Administrator setup.
Uploaded data are deleted from the cards.
Select
Notes:
• Upload cannot be executed while recording or postrecording. If upload is selected while recording, a
confirmation dialog box appears. Select [Stop] to stop
recording and start uploading, or [Cancel] to continue
recording. If upload is selected while post-recording, postrecording stops and upload starts..
• For uploading, the network connection must be enabled.
• If the Back-End application is not connected, upload is
disabled.
Confirm
Files are uploaded.
Set the Upload Mode on the Management Mode screen in
Administrator setup to MANUAL. (See “Upload Mode” on
page 89.)
Note:
When the vehicle’s ignition switch is set to ACC-OFF
with Upload Mode on the Management Mode screen in
Administrator setup set to MANUAL and PowerOff Time
on the Rec/Play screen set to AUTO, uploading will start
automatically.
1. Press the [MENU] button.
Cancel uploading
Uploading files manually
If the [Cancel] button is pressed on the screen, the [REC],
[MENU] or [RETURN] button on the remote control panel, or
the [STOP] button on the Memory Card Video Recorder is
pressed, uploading will be canceled.
The Menu appears.
Uploading files automatically
When “Upload Mode” on the Management Mode screen in
Administrator setup is set to “AUTO”, files are automatically
uploaded with the signal from the Back-End.
(See “Upload Mode” on page 89.)
2.
Press the [ , ] buttons to select [Export/
Upload] and press the [ ] button to confirm the
entry.
Note:
If the SDHC Memory Cards are accessed during automatic
uploading for recording or playback, uploading will be
canceled.
Select
Playback with the remote control panel is not available
at present. Upgrading is scheduled for the future.
For playback, it is recommended to use the Front-End
application or Back-End Client application.
Confirm
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Restoring Files Automatically
If the power of the recorder is turned off or an SDHC
Memory Card is removed during recording, the file will be
corrupted and require restoring. In the following cases, files
are restored automatically.
• When the SDHC Memory Card that requires restoring is
inserted to the recorder, and the recorder is turned on and
transferred to the live mode
• When the SDHC Memory Card that requires restoring is
inserted to the recorder, the card slot cover is closed, and
the recorder transfers to the live mode
• When the SDHC Memory Card that requires restoring is
inserted to the recorder, and the recorder is transferred to
the live mode from playback mode
During automatic-restoring, the restoring status is shown on
the LCD of the remote control panel.
Notes:
• The restoration status is displayed when Overlay OSD
on the Setup/Info screen in Administrator setup is set to
AUTO, SIMPLE, or DETAILS. (See “Viewing the status of
the recorder (Overlay OSD)” on page 69.)
• If the [MENU] button is pressed during automatic
restoration, the progress bar disappears, but the
restoration continues.
• If recording, playback, or trial shooting begins, or if
Administrator setup mode is obtained, the progress bar
disappears, and the restoration is canceled.
Playback with the remote control panel is not available
at present. Upgrading is scheduled for the future.
For playback, it is recommended to use the Front-End
application or Back-End Client application.
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Rebooting This Unit
Cursor button
RETURN
MENU
MENU button
CONTROL PANEL
ON/
OFF
3.Press the [ , ] buttons to select [Reboot]
and press the [ ] button to confirm the entry.
Should the operating status of the recorder become
unstable, use the following steps to reboot the recorder.
1.Press the [MENU] button.
The Menu appears.
Select
Confirm
The Reboot confirmation screen appears.
4.Press the [
press the [
2.Press the [ , ] buttons to select [Setup/Info]
and press the [ ] button to confirm the entry.
, ] buttons to select [OK] and
] button to confirm the entry.
Select
Select
Confirm
Confirm
A reboot takes between 40 to 50 seconds to complete.
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Administrator Setup
Cursor button
RETURN
MENU
MENU button
CONTROL PANEL
ON/
OFF
4. Press the [ , ] buttons to select [Setup/Info]
and press the [ ] button to confirm the entry.
When a Front-End application is running or the Back-End
application is streaming a picture, the recorder freezes in
the live screen and disables Administrator Setup.
Select
The setup of the recorder includes items that only an
administrator is allowed to set up.
Notes:
• Starting up a Front-End application or streaming on the
Back-End application during Administrator Setup aborts
Administrator Setup. The recorder will then freeze in the
live screen and disable Administrator Setup.
• Starting Administrator Setup from a Front-End or BackEnd application causes the following screen transitions.
The “Under admin setup from PC…” standby screen
replaces the live screen.
The live screen reappears when the Front-End or BackEnd application completes Administrator Setup.
Confirm
Note:
Some USB memory devices may not be properly
recognized.
Logging in the Setup/Admin screen
5. Press the [
press the [
1. Use a computer to copy the administrator’s
officer data to a USB memory device.
, ] buttons to select [Admin] and
] button to confirm the entry.
Select
For details on creating a text file with the administrator’s
officer data, refer to “Text Files Used with the Recorder”
on pages 29 - 33.
2. Connect the USB memory device to the
recorder.
Confirm
3. Press the [MENU] button.
The Menu appears.
The first of the files automatically sorted (in ascending
order) from the USB memory device is loaded as the
administrator’s officer data.
If the Front-End application or Back-End application
is running, the message shown below appears, and
Administrator Setup is disabled.
(Continued on the next page)
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Administrator Setup (continued)
Cursor button
RETURN
MENU
MENU button
CONTROL PANEL
ON/
OFF
Audio Allocation
The recorder searches to determine whether officer
data for the administrator has already been registered,
and in the following cases, the Setup/Admin top screen
appears.
• When no officer data for the administrator is registered,
such as immediately after purchase.
• When identical officer data is already registered for the
administrator.
Audio 1, Audio 2, Audio 3, and Audio 4
Select the signal level depending on the signal connected to
the [AUDIO IN] [1], [2], [3], or [4] connector.
WMIC: Wireless microphone
MIC: Microphone
OFF: No signal input
If officer data is already registered for the administrator
but is not identical, the following screen appears before
the Menu automatically reappears.
Obtain correct data from the administrator and repeat
operations from Step 1 above.
Authentication
Since you are not an administrator,
you cannot open this menu.
Note:
Refer to “Setup” on pages 19 - 28 for information on the
factory defaults.
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Administrator Setup (continued)
Video Allocation
Setting camera connection manually
1. Press the [
,
] buttons to select a camera.
Select
2. Press the [ , ] buttons to change the
settings and press the [ ] button.
Detect
Press the [
press the [
, ] buttons to select [Detect] and
] button.
Select
Select
Confirm
Confirm
Notes:
• If it is set to “OFF” but a camera is connected, no signal
will be recorded.
• If the camera input is disconnected on the Video Allocation
screen, the display will change to the Live screen.
Cameras connected to the recorder are detected, and the
connected status are displayed.
ON: Connected
OFF: Not connected
The recommended preset settings are set for Preset1,
Preset2, and Preset3.
(See “Camera Connection and Combination of Cameras” on
page 117.)
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Administrator Setup (continued)
Preset1, Preset2, Preset3
Preset setting pattern
1/2/3
Sub
–
1/2
2/3
4Ch-QUAD
–
1/2/3 6
4 5
4Ch-PANORAMA
–
1Ch
Form
2Ch
1. Press the [ , ] buttons to select a preset
number to be set.
select
2. Press the [
] button to select [Form].
,
1/2/3
4 6 5
5Ch-QUAD
1/2/3
2/3 6
4 5
5Ch-PANORAMA
1/2/3
2/3
4 6 5
Notes:
• Some pattern cannot be selected depending on the
connected cameras.
(See “Camera Connection and Combination of Cameras”
on page 117.)
• If Form is set to “-“, no Preset can be selected.
Select
3. Press the [
settings.
Main
] buttons to change the
Main Resolution/RecRate
Set the resolution and record rate of a main video.
Setting: CIF, D1 10, D1 STD, D1 HI
(For details, see “Record time in each record mode” on
page 5,)
select
Note:
If the Main Resolution/RecRate is set to “D1 10”, the setting
of the Sub Resolution/RecRate is changed to “D1 10”.
4. Press the [
] button to select [Main Sub].
Sub Resolution/RecRate
Set the resolution and record rate of a sub video.
Setting: CIF, D1 10, D1 STD, D1 HI
(For details, see “Record time in each record mode” on
page 5,)
Select
Note:
If the Sub Resolution/RecRate is set to “D1 10”, the setting
of the Main Resolution/RecRate is changed to “D1 10”.
5. Press the [ , ] buttons to change the setting
and press the [ ] button to confirm the
setting.
Enabling the settings
When setting is changed on this screen, the [Set] button
appears at lower left on the screen.
To enable the settings on the screen, select [Set] and press
the [
] button.
If you press the [Return] button on the remote control panel
to terminate the screen, the setting will not be updated.
Select
Note:
If the Preset setting is enabled, the selection with the
[CAMERA SELECT] button will be the main picture of
Preset1.
Confirm
Pattern of the selected Main video and Sub video is
displayed at the lower right on the screen.
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Administrator Setup (continued)
Rec/Play
Loop Rec
Use this function to continue recording new video while
deleting the oldest recorded files if no space is available on
an SDHC Memory Card.
Setting: OFF, ON
Page 1
Notes:
• If Upload Mode on the Management Mode screen is set to
AUTO, the setting is fixed to OFF, and loop recording will
be disabled.
• If Loop Rec is set to ON, the Upload Mode on the
Management Mode screen cannot be set, and uploading
is disabled.
Intermittent Rec
PowerOff Time
Use this function to record one video frame per second*3.
Setting:OFF, ON
Use this function to set the interval after which the Remote
Control Panel and the recorder will shut down after the
ignition switch has been set to the LOCK (OFF) position.
Setting : 0 min, 10 min, 20 min, 30 min, 60 min, 90 min,
120 min, 180 min, AUTO *1
Rec Continue Time*4
Use this function to set recording continue time for normal
recording when a trigger is entered or when the [REC] button
is pressed.
Setting: CONTINUE, 1 min, 2min, 5min, 10 min, 15 min,
20 min, 30 min, 60 min, 90 min
Init Preset Select
Select a Preset number when the power is turned on. Only
the preset numbers set on the Video Allocation screen are
selectable. For example, if only Preset 1 and Preset 2 have
been set, Preset 3 cannot be selected.
Setting: PRESET 1, PRESET 2, PRESET 3, LAST *2
Init VIDEO OUT1
Select a signal output from the [VIDEO OUT 1] connector on
the recorder when the power is turned on. Only the cameras
set to ON on the Video Allocation screen are selectable.
For example, if CAM3 has been set to OFF, CAM3 is not
selectable.
Setting: CAM1, CAM3, VIDEO OUT2, LAST *2
PowerOn Rec
Use this function to set recording to start when the recorder
is turned on.
Setting: OFF, ON
*1 W
hen recorder operation is not controlled by a Front-End or
If uploading or exporting continues for more than three hours, it
will be interrupted to save battery charge, and the power will be
shut off.
*2 Applies the setting in effect when power was last turned off.
Unless power is turned off properly, the operating state may not
be saved correctly.
*3 Normal recording records 10 or 30 video and audio frames per
second.
*4 Intermittent recording does not stop with the time set on Rec
Continue Time.
Back-End application:
Power is turned off immediately. Note, however, that power is not
turned off while data is exported to a USB memory device, but is
turned off after completion of data export.
When recorder operation is controller by a Front-End or
Back-End application:
Power is turned off when control from a Front-End or BackEnd application is released, uploading, streaming, administrator
setup, or updating is finished on the Back-End application, or the
SDHC Memory Card slot cover is opened.
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Init Audio2 Rec
Page 2
Sets Audio2 recording when the power is turned ON.
ON : Recording is performed.
LAST : See footnote.*3
OFF : Recording is not performed.
Note:
If Audio2 on the Audio Allocation screen is set to OFF, this
setting is disabled.
Init Overlay OSD
Use this function to set the Overlay OSD used when the
power is on.
Setting : OFF, AUTO, SIMPLE, DETAILS, LAST *3
PreRec Time (Video)*1
Use this function to set how much of already stored video
will be retained when a trigger is entered or the [REC] button
is pressed.
Setting : 0 s, 10 s, 20 s, 30 s, 60 s, 90 s
PreRec Time (Audio)*1
Use this function to set how much of already stored audio
will be retained when a trigger is entered or the [REC] button
is pressed. However, the audio recording starts at the same
time when the video pre-recording starts, even if the PreRec
Time (Audio) is set longer than the PreRec Time (Video).
Setting : 0 s, 3 s, 10 s, 20 s, 30 s, 60 s, 90 s
PostRec Time (Video)*2
Use this function to set the time interval video recording will
continue after the [STOP] button is pressed.
Setting : 0 s, 10 s, 20 s, 30 s, 60 s, 90 s
PostRec Time (Audio)*2
Use this function to set the time interval audio recording
will continue after the [STOP] button is pressed. However,
the audio recording ends at the same time when the video
post-recording ends, even if the PostRec Time (Audio) is set
longer than the PostRec Time (Video).
Setting : 0 s, 3 s, 10 s, 20 s, 30 s, 60 s, 90 s
Rule of Filename
Use this function to set the rules for filenames generated
during recording.
WT : World time
LT : Local time
*1 Intermittent recording does not include pre-recording time.
*2 If recording is stopped by Intermittent recording, Rec Continue
*3 Applies the setting in effect when power was last turned off.
Unless power is turned off properly, the operating state may not
be saved correctly.
Time, post-recording is not included.
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Skip Target
Page 3
Use this function to set the skip location when the [Skip
back] or [Skip forward] button is pressed.
Trigger / Marker
Pressing of the skip-buttons jumps to the trigger position (one
per file) at which recording began, or to a bookmark position,
whichever found earlier. However, no trigger position can
exist in automatically divided files.
YES: Jumping with the skip-buttons enabled
NO: Jumping with the skip-buttons disabled
Head of File
GPO1, GPO2, GPO3 Signal
Use this function to move to the beginning of a file with the
skip-button operation.
YES: Jumping with the skip-buttons enabled
NO: Jumping with the skip-buttons disabled
Use this function to select the output signal from GPO1,
GPO2, and GPO3.
GPO1, 2: OFF, REC, ERROR, REC+ERROR
GPO3: OFF, REC
Notes:
• When both [Trigger/Marker] and [Head of File] are set
to “YES”, playback will restart from the first trigger or
bookmark that appears or restarts from the beginning of
the file.
• [Trigger/Marker] and [Head of File] cannot both be set to
“NO”.
Init Audio Out (Play)
Use this function to set Audio Out used when the power is
on.
ON : All audio channels are output.
LAST : See footnote. *1
OFF : All audio channels are not output.
Play Mode
Use this function to turn all valid files starting in order
from the oldest file on four SDHC Memory Cards into a
virtual file for playback.
SINGLE : Normal playback for playing back files one at
a time.
RELAY : Plays back multiple files as one single
file without the need for further operation.
Playback pauses upon reaching the end of the
large virtual file (the most recently recorded
file). Playback operation is the same as for
normal playback.
Notes:
• Slow playback of a virtual file that contains intermittent
recording files will revert to normal playback speed at the
start of an intermittent recording file. Slow playback is not
restored for subsequent normal recording files.
• Quick replay starts playback 7 seconds prior to current
location.
• A large virtual file consists of multiple files and video
and sound may be momentarily interrupted in playback
between files.
Playback with the remote control panel is not available
at present. Upgrading is scheduled for the future.
For playback, it is recommended to use the Front-End
application or Back-End Client application.
*1 Applies the setting in effect when power was last turned off.
Unless power is turned off properly, the operating state may not
be saved correctly.
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Date/Time
TimeZone
Indicates time difference from world standard time.
Hawaii
: Hawaiian standard time
Yukon
: Alaska standard time
Yukon DST
: Alaska daylight saving time
Pacific
: Pacific standard time
Pacific DST : Pacific daylight saving time
Mountain
: Mountain standard time
Mountain DST : Mountain daylight saving time
Central
: Central standard time
Central DST : Central daylight saving time
Eastern
: Eastern standard time
Eastern DST : Eastern daylight saving time
Atlantic
: Atlantic standard time
Atlantic DST : Atlantic daylight saving time
Asia Tokyo
: Japan standard time
Style
Use this function to set a date format.
ISO : YYYY-MM-DD
HH : MM : SS
USA: MM/DD/YYYY
HH : MM : SS
Date/Time
The [Set] button appears when [Date/Time] is used to
change the date and time. Select the [Set] button and
use the [
] button to confirm the entry. The [Set] button
disappears upon confirmation. Use the [MENU] button,
[CONTROL PANEL ON/OFF] button, [RETURN] button or
the [LIVE/ARCHIVE] button to cancel.
Setting :Year/month/day
hour : minute : second
Note:
If GPS information is used for the date and time setting,
setting of Date/Time on the menu will be invalid.
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Registration
Page 2
Page 1
Load Source
Use this function to load source data from a USB memory
device, overwriting any existing source data.
Load Admin
Note:
No source data is registered when shipping from the factory.
Use this function to load administrator data from a USB
memory device, overwriting any existing administrator data.
Note:
No administrator data is registered when shipped from the
factory.
List Source
Use this function to display source data already registered in
the recorder. Use the [ , ] button to go between pages.
List Admin
Load Area
Use this function to view the IDs of administrators and officer
names already registered in the recorder. Use the [ , ]
buttons to go between pages.
Use this function to load area data from a USB memory
device, overwriting any existing area data.
Note:
No area data is registered when shipping from the factory.
Load Officer
Use this function to load officer data from a USB memory
device, overwriting any existing officer data.
List Area
Use this function to display area data already registered in
the recorder. Use the [ , ] button to go between pages.
Note:
No officer data is registered when shipped from the factory.
Load Shift
List Officer
Use this function to view the IDs of officers and officer
names already registered in the recorder. Use the [ ,
buttons to go between pages.
Use this function to load shift data from a USB memory
device, overwriting any existing shift data.
]
Note:
No shift data is registered when shipping from the factory.
Note:
Long IDs and officer names may not be displayed in full.
List Shift
Use this function to display shift data already registered in
the recorder. Use the [ , ] button to go between pages.
Load Classify
Use this function to load classify tags from a USB memory
device, and delete any existing classify tags and update all
classify tags.
Note:
The recorder contains no classify tags when shipped from
the factory.
List Classify
Displays classify tags stored on the recorder. Use the
[ , ] buttons to go between pages.
Note:
Long classify tag character strings may not be displayed in
full.
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Trigger
< Detection >
Enter conditions for detection of trigger signals (GPI1–16).
Choice of detection method depends on the setting selected
by <Action>.
• In REC, P1REC, P2REC, and P3REC modes
H
: High-edge trigger
Level H : High-level trigger
L
: Low-edge trigger
Level L : Low-level trigger
B
: Both-edge trigger
• In P1, P2, P3, CAM1 LED, AUDIO2ON, AUDIO2MUTE,
AUTO ZOOM, and STOP modes
H
: High-edge trigger
L
: Low-edge trigger
B
: Both-edge trigger
• In NONE mode
H
: High-edge trigger
L
: Low-edge trigger
• In TGT(REC), TGT(P1REC), TGT(P2REC), TGT(P3REC),
OWN(REC), OWN(P1REC), OWN(P2REC), and
OWN(P3REC) modes
Setting: OFF, 200, …, 2, 1
Trigger
Use this function to turn trigger on or off.
Setting : ON, OFF
Trigger1 to 16
< Action >
Enter actions for detection of trigger signals (GPI1–16). Enter
“NONE” for triggers that will not be used.
REC
: Record
STOP
: Stop
AUTO ZOOM
: Automatically zooms in/out or pauses
P1, P2 *1, P3 *1 : Selects video set for Preset1,
Preset2, or Preset3
P1REC, P2REC *1, P3REC *1
: Records video set for Preset1,
Preset2, or Preset3
AUDIO2ON
: Records audio input to the [AUDIO
IN 2] connector
AUDIO2MUTE : Not records audio input to the [AUDIO
IN 2] connector
TGT(REC) *2
: Starts recording with a TGT input
signal
,
,
TGT(P1REC) *2, TGT(P2REC) *1 *2, TGT(P3REC) *1 *2
: Starts recording video set for Preset1,
Preset2, or Preset3 with a TGT input
signal
OWN(REC) *2
: Starts recording with an OWN input
signal
,
,
OWN(P1REC) *2, OWN(P2REC) *1 *2, OWN(P3REC) *1 *2
: Starts recording video set for
Preset1, Preset2, or Preset3 with an
OWN input signal
CAM1 LED
: Changes the status setting (on/off) of
the [REC] lamp on a Color Camera
connected to the [CAMERA 1]
connector
NONE
: No operation
< Display >
Assign characters to be used in the Embedded OSD display.
Setting: OFF (no display), A to Z, –
Note:
The value set by <Display> appears when the state triggered
by <Detection> prevails. However, only when a value “B” is
set for <Detection>, the value set by <Display> will appear
during a high state.
Note:
When you switch the preset mode, noise may occur in video.
*1 These are not displayed if Preset 2 and Preset 3 have not been
set on Video Allocation screen.
*2 TGT(REC), TGT(P1REC), TGT(P2REC), TGT(P3REC),
OWN(REC), OWN(P1REC), OWN(P2REC), and OWN(P3REC)
can be selected for Trigger 15 and Trigger 16.
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Embedded OSD
Display for the vehicle identification and name
of a location ([email protected])
Use this function to turn vehicle identification and name of a
location on or off during recording.
This information appears as “[email protected]”.
The first 5 characters in the vehicle identification is displayed
as “Source” and the first 4 characters in the name of a
location is displayed as “Area”.
Setting : ON, OFF
Notes:
• If the Source is less than 5 characters, the number of
characters for the Area is adjusted so that the total number
of characters becomes 10.
• If the Area is less than 4 characters, the number of
characters for the Source is adjusted so that the total
number of characters becomes 10.
• “@Area” is displayed when there is no Source.
• The vehicle identification only is displayed when there is
no Area.
Main OSD
Use this function to set whether the items in “Contents” are
to be embedded on the main screen on recording.
ON: T
rigger, Time, and [email protected] that are set to
ON are embedded on the screen during recording.
When a file with the items embedded is played,
the embedded items are displayed at the recorded
locations.
OFF: No item is embedded during recording.
Sub OSD
Use this function to set whether the items in “Contents” are
to be embedded on the sub screen during recording.
ON: Trigger, Time, and [email protected], that are set to
ON are embedded on the screen during recording.
When a file with the items embedded is played,
the embedded items are displayed at the recorded
locations.
OFF: No item is embedded during recording.
Display Position
Use this function to set the display position for the OnScreen Display on the screen and in record files.
L-Upper : Upper left
R-Upper : Upper right
L-Bottom : Lower left
R-Bottom : Lower right
Trigger
Use this function to turn trigger display on or off upon trigger
signal (GPI1–16) inputs.
Setting : ON, OFF
Note:
The Detailed Overlay OSD (see pages 56, 70) will hide this
indication.
Time
Use this function to turn date and time display on or off
during recording.
Setting : ON, OFF
Note:
The Detailed Overlay OSD (see pages 56, 70) will hide this
indication.
Playback with the remote control panel is not available
at present. Upgrading is scheduled for the future.
For playback, it is recommended to use the Front-End
application or Back-End Client application.
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Camera1
Page 2
Note:
If “Camera1” has not be set for any of Preset1, Preset2, and
Preset 3 on the Video Allocation screen in Administrator
setup, the Camera1 screen cannot be selected.
Page 1
Init Camera1 Rec LED
Use this function to turn the [REC] lamp on the camera
connected to the [CAMERA 1] connector on or off when the
power is on.
Setting : ON, LAST *1,OFF
Init IR Mode
Use this function to set the IR function when the power is on.
Setting : AUTO *2, OFF, ON, LAST *1
Zoom Limit
Use this function to enter maximum zoom ratio.
Setting : ×22, ×220
IR Level
Use this function to set the IR function level during automatic
switching.
Setting : LOW, HIGH
AGC Level
Use this function to set the level of camera input gain control.
Setting : HIGH, OFF, LOW, MID
IR Time
Init Backlight
Use this function to set the IR function detection time during
automatic switching.
Setting : 30 s, 60 s, 300 s, 10 s
Use this function to turn backlight compensation on or off
when the power is on.
Setting : OFF, ON, LAST *1
Auto Focus
Init AE Shift
Selects color camera focusing method when,
• [Init LPR Mode] is set to “DISABLE”.
• [Init LPR Mode] is set to “ENABLE” and [LPR Mode] is set
to “PATROL”.
• A recording trigger starts recording when [Init LPR Mode]
is set to “ENABLE” and [LPR Mode] is set to “LPR”.
PRESET : When the zoom is 3x or below, the camera is
focused at about 15 m (50 feet). Subsequent
zooming will engage auto focus.
DISABLE : Focus is locked at about 40 m (130 feet) and
auto focus is not available.
AUTO
: Auto focus goes into operation when the
zoom ratio is changed.
Use this function to adjust brightness when the power is on.
Setting : 0, -2, -1, +1, +2, LAST *1
Flip
Use this function to determine whether to vertically flip
camera video image or not.
Setting : OFF, ON
AutoZoom Magnification
Use this function to set the target zoom-in ratio.
Setting : ×10, ×15, ×22, ×1, ×2, ×3, ×4, ×5, ×7
AutoZoom Time
Use this function to set the zoom-in pause time.
Setting : 3 s, 5 s, 8 s
Init LPR Mode
Enables or disables the LPR function (license plate
recognition) when the recorder is turned on.
DISABLE: Color camera shutter speed changes to
“AUTO”. The zoom position for the camera at
power on returns to the position it had when
the power was last turned off.
ENABLE : Allows changes to be made to the officer
[LPR Mode]. Values set in this mode will
persist through a power off and become
available at the next power on.
AutoZoom End Position
Use this function to set the zoom-end ratio for auto zoom.
Setting: x1, x2, x3, x4, x5, x7, x10, x15, x22, LAST *1
*1Applies the setting in effect when power was last turned off.
Unless power is turned off properly, the operating state may not
be saved correctly.
*2 Automatically switches between ON and OFF.
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Administrator Setup (continued)
Management Mode
Operation Key Lock
Use this function to lock the buttons on the remote control
panel.
OFF : All buttons can be used.
ANY : The [W], [T], [AUTO ZOOM], [BACKLIGHT],
[CAMERA SELECT], [IR MODE],
[AUDIO2MUTE], [LIVE/ARCHIVE], [PREV],
[NEXT], and [BOOKMARK] buttons are locked.
STOP: The buttons other than the [STOP] button are
locked.
Classify
Notes:
• When a USB memory device containing administrator
data is connected, you can press the [MENU] button to
enter the Setup/Admin top screen via the menu items. Set
[Management Mode] – [Operation Key Lock] setting to
“OFF” in administrator setup to release key lock.
• The key lock is activated for the first time when you move
to the live screen.
• The [LOCK] lamp indicates whether the keys are locked.
• The Color Camera zoom and brightness buttons cannot
be locked.
• Trigger signal (GPI1-16) control (see page 86) is not
locked.
Use this function to set whether the classify tag is added
upon stopping of recording.
DISABLE : Disables adding a classify tag.
ENABLE : Enables adding a classify tag.
FORCE : Add a classify tag forcibly.
If “Loop Rec” on the Rec/Play screen is set to ON, the
classify tag will not be added even if [ENABLE] or [FORCE]
is selected.
Setting Method
Use one of the following methods to enter officer data.
AUTO
: Automatically reads and loads officer data
for up to two persons from a USB memory
device.
MANUAL : Display the menu on the LCD panel, and
then read in and configure officer data from
a USB memory device on the Officer setup
top screen.
LIST
: Display the menu on the LCD panel and
allow you to set the officer data by selecting
from the list on the Officer setup top screen
after reading in the officer data already
stored on this unit.
Upload Mode
Use this function to set the upload mode.
AUTO
: Data are uploaded automatically.
MANUAL : Data are uploaded manually.
Notes:
• If Loop Rec on the Rec/Play screen is set to ON, the
Upload Mode cannot be set, and uploading is disabled.
• If the Upload Mode is set to AUTO, connection with a
PC will be automatically started and maintained during
uploading.
Export Menu
Use this function to set Export menu.
ENABLE : Enables Export menu.
DISABLE : Disables Export menu.
Preset Select
Use this function to set preset selection.
ENABLE : Enables the preset selection.
DISABLE : Disables the preset selection.
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Administrator Setup (continued)
Radar/GPS
Connection of Radar
Use this function to specify the radar gun connection port.
OFF : When not connected
Recorder: When connected to the recorder
Notes:
• The remote control panel has no function for calculating
the speed of the target vehicle from the moving own
vehicle.
• No distinction is made between the speed of an
approaching target vehicle and a receding one.
• Some radar guns come with a function for setting
conditions that enable correct measurement of target
vehicle speed. Use this function according to the
instructions in the Operating Instructions of the radar gun.
• Error messages appear when the radar gun is operating
abnormally.
Radar Model
The model name of the radar gun connected to the recorder
is displayed.
Model Select
Use this function to select a radar gun.
ProLaser :
The recorder is set to support Kustom Signal’s Inc.’s
ProLaser3 as standard.
STALKER_:
The recorder is set to support Applied Concepts, Inc.’s
STALKER DUAL.
GOLDEN_:
The recorder is set to support Kustom Signals, Inc.’s
Golden Eagle II.
GPS
Connection of GPS
Use this function to select GPS data source.
Recorder: Uses GPS data from the GPS module
attached to the recorder.
OFF
: Does not use GPS data.
Note:
To use the recorder with other radar guns, consult your
supplier.
Collection Time
Use this function to set the time to collect GPS data.
Setting : 5 s, 10 s, 1 s, 2 s
Add Model
Speed Information
1. Press the [ , ] buttons to select [Add Model],
and press the [ ] button to confirm the entry.
Speed Unit
Use this function to set the speed unit for own and target
vehicles.
Setting : MPH, km/h
Select
Confirm
2. Connect the USB memory device containing
the model data to the recorder.
3. Press the [
press the [
, ] buttons to select [OK], and
] button to confirm the entry.
Select
Confirm
A new radar gun is added.
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Administrator Setup (continued)
File Management
Format
Delete All Files
Use this function to format all SDHC Memory Cards in the
recorder.
: Displays the model of the inserted SDHC Memory
Card.
: Formats all SDHC Memory Cards.
: Cancels formatting.
Use this function to delete all video and audio data files on
the recorder. Select [OK] in the confirmation dialog box that
appears to delete the files or select [Cancel] to keep the
files.
Notes:
• Do not make button operations or turn the power off during
a delete all files operation.
• SDHC Memory Card files for which the following
information appears in the status display cannot be
deleted.
- CARD PROTECT
- VUP CARD
- UNFORMATTED
- NO CARD
Notes:
• Do not make button operations or turn the power off during
a format operation.
• An SDHC Memory Card for which the following information
appears in the status display cannot be formatted.
- CARD PROTECT
- VUP CARD
- NO CARD
- UNSUPPORTED
• Format a new SDHC Memory Card or an SDHC Memory
Card to be used with another device, in the recorder or
with the “SD Memory Card Formatting Software”. “SD
Memory Card Formatting Software” can be downloaded
from the Web site below.
http://panasonic.jp/support/global/cs/sd/download/
sd_formatter.html
For formatting with the “SD Memory Card Formatting
Software”, be sure to set the FORMAT SIZE
ADJUSTMENT of the format option to “OFF”. If it is set
to “ON”, the recorder will not be able to use the SDHC
Memory Card.
• The product name is defined by the SD Card Association
and may differ from the SDHC memory card product
number.
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Network
3. Press the [
,
] buttons to select [DHCP].
,
] buttons to select [OFF].
,
] buttons to select [IP Address].
Select
4. Press the [
IP Address
Select
Use this function to set IP address.
5. Press the [
Select
Interface
Select an interface to be used.
PC LAN
: Wired LAN for connecting the
Front-End application and the
recorder
UPLOAD LAN
: Wired LAN for connecting the
Back-End application and the
recorder
USB WIRELESS LAN: USB Wireless LAN for
connecting the Back-End
application and the recorder
6. Press the [
Select
DHCP
7. Enter the address.
Use this function to set DHCP.
Select a character to be entered with the cursor button,
and press the [
] button.
To delete a entered character: Select [DELETE] with
the cursor button, and press the [
] button.
To change displayed characters: Select [SHIFT] with
the cursor button, and press the [
] button.
• When “PC LAN” is selected for [Interface]
If [DHCP] is set to “Server1”, “Server2”, “Server3”, or
“Server4”, the recorder is set to the DHCP server and the
Front-End application is set to the DHCP client. In this case,
the IP address is fixed.
If [DHCP] is set to “OFF”, IP Address, Subnet Mask, and
Gateway can be set with the procedures described below.
1. Press the [
,
8. When all characters have been entered, select
[SET] with the cursor button, and press the
[ ] button.
] buttons to select [Interface].
Select
2. Press the [
] button.
Set Subnet Mask and Gateway in the same way.
,
• When “UPLOAD LAN” is selected for [Interface]
If the network includes a DHCP server, set [DHCP] to “Client”.
The recorder is set to the DHCP client, and obtains the IP
address from the server.
If the network does not include a DHCP server, set [DHCP]
to “OFF”. The IP address is fixed.
] buttons to select [PC LAN].
Select
• When USB WIRELESS LAN is selected for [Interface]
If the network includes a DHCP server, set [DHCP] to “Client”.
The recorder is set to the DHCP client, and obtains the IP
address from the server.
If the network does not include a DHCP server, set [DHCP]
to “OFF”. The IP address is fixed.
Updating network setting
When network settings are changed, press the [Set] button.
The network setting will be updated.
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Wireless LAN
Reset All Network Settings
Use this function to set details for the USB wireless LAN.
Use this function to reset the network settings.
1. Press the [ , ] buttons to select [Reset All
Network Settings].
Select
AP Priority
2. Press the [
Use this function to set priority.
Random : Trying to connect to the access point at
random
AP1 Highest : Trying to connect to the access point in
order of Access Point1, Access Point2,
…, Access Point10
] button.
Select
Network
3. Press the [
press the [
Use this function to set the access point of the network.
Setting: A
ccess Point1, Access Point2, …, Access
Point10
Make the following settings for each access point.
• Access Point
Set whether the access point is enabled or disabled.
Setting: ENABLE, DISABLE
Select
• Security
Use this function to set security.
Setting: WEP, WAP/WPA2-PSK, NONE
Confirm
• Service Set ID (SSID)
Use this function to set the service set ID.
• Network Key
Use this function to set network key.
• Key Index
Use this function to set key index.
Setting: 1, 2, 3, 4
[Set] button
Press this button when a setting is changed. The network
setting will be updated.
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, ] buttons to select [OK] and
] button to confirm the entry.
Administrator Setup (continued)
Service
Operations
Software Version Up
For details on obtaining version upgrade files, consult your
supplier. Make sure to use a computer beforehand to save
the version upgrade file you obtain in the root directory*1 of
an SDHC Memory Card or USB memory device.
AG-CPD20 Operating Time
Use this function to view the operating time of the recorder.
(unit: hours)
1.Insert the SDHC Memory Card or connect the
USB memory device to the recorder.
FAN Operating Time
Use this function to view the operating time of the fan.
(unit: hours)
2.Select [Service] - [Operations] - [Software
Version Up], and press the [ ] button to
confirm the entry.
CAM1 Operating Time
Use this function to view the operating time of the Camera
connected to the [CAMERA 1] connector.
(unit: hours)
A confirmation dialog box appears.
3.Select [OK], and accept by pressing the [
button.
AG-RCP30 Operating Time
Use this function to view the operating time of the Remote
Control Panel.
(unit: hours)
]
The version upgrade is performed, and the recorder
automatically restarts.
Notes:
• Do not make button operations or turn the power off during
a version upgrade.
• An error screen appears if the version upgrade fails. (See
“Error Message” on pages 111-116.)
LCD Lighting Time
Use this function to view the cumulative lighting time of the
LCD panel.
(unit: hours)
AG-CPD20 Version
Use this function to view the version of the recorder.
Serial No.
Use this function to view the serial number of the recorder.
Microcontroller Version
Use this function to view the version of the microprocessor.
AG-RCP30 Version
Use this function to view the version of the Remote Control
Panel.
*1 Version upgrade cannot be performed when the following
conditions exist in the root directory.
• If a DATA folder is present
• If multiple version upgrade files (.VUP extension) are present
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Menu Copy (Copy to USB)
Menu Copy (Copy to Recorder)
Use this function to copy menu settings on this recorder to
another recorder.
Use this function to copy menu settings stored on a USB
memory device to this recorder.
1. Connect a USB memory device to this recorder.
1. Connect a USB memory device to this recorder.
2. Select [Service] – [Operations] – [Menu Copy
(Copy to USB)], and press the [ ] button to
confirm the entry.
2. Select [Service] – [Operations] – [Menu Copy
(Copy to Recorder)], and press the [ ] button
to confirm the entry.
A confirmation dialog box appears.
3. Select [OK], and press the [
confirm the entry.
A confirmation dialog box appears.
] button to
3. Select [OK], and press the [
confirm the entry.
] button to
Menu settings are copied from a USB memory device.
Note:
The following lamp states indicate that an error has
occurred.
[BUSY] lamp fast blinking:
This indicates that an error occurred during configuration
file*1 check or administrator authentication.
• If a configuration file*1 check error occurred, the followings
are probable causes.
- The configuration file is missing.
- There are multiple configuration files.
- The configuration file is corrupted.
• If an administrator authentication error occurred,
administrator setup has been made on another recorder.
Use a PC to copy the administrator’s officer data to the
\WIDKEY on the USB memory device.
For details regarding text files containing administrator’s
officer data, see “Text Files Used with the Recorder” on
pages 29 – 33. Perform operations above from Step 1.
[READY] lamp goes off:
This indicates that the data could not be correctly loaded.
Perform the operations below in the stated order. If the
[READY] lamp still does not light, consult your supplier.
Remove the USB memory device, and perform the
operation from Step 1.
Replace the USB memory device, and perform the
operation from Step 1.
*1 The configuration file is the file with the “.CFG” extension. The
•
•
•
•
•
•
configuration file contains all information set on this recorder.
However, the following data are excluded.
• Recorder Operating Time
• Fan Operating Time
• CAMERA 1 Operating Time
• Remote Control Panel Operating Time
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LCD Lighting Time
Recorder Version
Recorder serial number
Microcontroller Version
Remote Control Panel Version
Last erros
Administrator Setup (continued)
Service Log
Factory Default
Use this function to copy service log (see “Service Log” on
page 119) to an USB memory device.
All recorder settings can be returned to their factory defaults.
The following settings do not return to their factory defaults.
• Recorder Operating Time
• FAN Operating Time
• CAM1 Operating Time
• Remote Control Panel Operating Time
• LCD Lighting Time
• Recorder Version
• Recorder serial number
• Microcontroller Version
• Remote Control Panel Version
1. Connect a USB memory device to this recorder.
2. Select [Service] – [Operations] – [Service Log],
and press the [ ] button to confirm the entry.
Note that the recorder will not revert to user made settings
after being reset to their factory defaults. Make sure you
really want to return all settings to their factory defaults
before performing the following steps.
A confirmation dialog box appears.
3. Select [OK], and press the [
confirm the entry.
] button to
1. Select [Service] - [Operations] - [Factory
Default], and press the [ ] button to confirm
the entry.
A service log is created with the filename of SVddhhmm.
log (dd: day, hh: hours, mm: minutes), and copied to the
top folder of the USB memory device.
Select [Cancel] to stop copying.
A confirmation dialog box appears.
Clear Officer Information
2. Select [OK], and accept by pressing the [
button.
Use this function to delete officer data from a recorder.
1. Select [Service] – [Operations] – [Clear Officer
Information], and press the [ ] button to
confirm the entry.
]
The recorder will reboot and start up in the factory default
settings.
Select [Cancel] to cancel returning to the factory defaults.
A confirmation dialog box appears.
2. Select [OK], and press the [
confirm the entry.
] button to
Officer data will be deleted.
Select [Cancel] to stop deleting officer data.
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Menu List
Use menus provided by the Remote Control Panel to set up and adjust this recorder.
When the [MENU] button is pressed while recording is being stopped in the live screen
• Menu top screen
Camera1 (see page 88)
When [Init LPR Mode] is
set to “DISABLE”:
When [Init LPR Mode] is
set to “ENABLE” and
[LPR Mode] is set to
“LPR”:
When [Init LPR Mode] is set
to “ENABLE” and [LPR Mode]
is set to “PATROL”:
RecCheck (see page 60)
A trial shoot can be performed.
Audio/Video (see pages 52-54)
Officer (see page 37)
Archive (see page 67)
Setup/Admin (see page 78)
Export/Upload (see page 73)
Setup/Info (see page 37)
Information (see page 71)
Reboot (see page 76)
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Menu List (continued)
• Setup/Admin top screen 1
Audio Allocation (see page 78)
Video Allocation (see page 79)
Rec/Play (see page 81)
Date/Time (see page 84)
Registration (see page 85)
Trigger (see page 86)
Embedded OSD (see page 87)
Camera1 (see page 88)
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Menu List (continued)
• Setup/Admin top screen 2
Rader/GPS (see page 90)
File Management (see page 91)
Management Mode (see page 89)
Delete All File (see page 91)
Format (see page 91)
Network (see page 92)
IP Address (see page 92)
Wireless LAN (see page 93)
Reset All Network Settings (see page 93)
Service (see page 94)
Operations (see page 94)
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Menu List (continued)
When the [MENU] button is pressed in the playback screen
• Menu top screen
Archive (see page 67)
Audio (see page 68)
Setup/Info (see page 37)
Officer (see page 37)
Setup/Admin (see page 78)
Information (see page 71)
Reboot (see page 76)
Playback with the remote control panel is not available at
present. Upgrading is scheduled for the future.
For playback, it is recommended to use the Front-End
application or Back-End Client application.
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Menu List (continued)
When the [MENU] button is pressed while the live screen is being recorded
• Menu top screen
Camera1 (see page 88)
Audio/Video (see pages 52-54)
Setup/Info (see page 37)
Officer (see page 37)
Warning
Reboot (see page 76)
Export/Upload (see page 73)
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Menu List (continued)
When the [MENU] button is pressed in the Administrator setup screen
• Menu top screen
Archive (see page 67)
Setup/Info (see page 37)
Officer (see page 37)
Setup/Admin (see pages 78)
Information (see page 71)
Reboot (see page 76)
Export/Upload (see page 73)
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Menu List (continued)
When the [MENU] button is pressed in the Archive screen
• Menu top screen
Archive (see page 67)
Setup/Info (see page 37)
Officer (see page 37)
Setup/Admin (see pages 78)
Information (see page 71)
Reboot (see page 76)
103
Menu List (continued)
When the [MENU] button is pressed when recording is being stopped in the live screen
while the Front-End application is running or streaming is performed on the Back-End
application via the Front-End application
• Menu top screen
Camera1 (see page 88)
When [Init LPR Mode] is
set to “DISABLE”:
When [Init LPR Mode] is
set to “ENABLE” and
[LPR Mode] is set to
“LPR”:
When [Init LPR Mode] is set
to “ENABLE” and [LPR Mode]
is set to “PATROL”:
Audio/Video (see pages 52-54)
Setup/Info (see page 37)
Reboot (see page 76)
Export/Upload (see page 73)
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Menu List (continued)
When the [MENU] button is pressed when recording is performed in the live screen
while the Front-End application is running
• Menu top screen
Camera1 (see page 88)
When [Init LPR Mode] is
set to “DISABLE”:
When [Init LPR Mode] is
set to “ENABLE” and
[LPR Mode] is set to
“LPR”:
When [Init LPR Mode] is set
to “ENABLE” and [LPR Mode]
is set to “PATROL”:
Audio/Video (see pages 52-54)
Setup/Info (see page 37)
Reboot (see page 76)
Export/Upload (see page 73)
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Menu List (continued)
When the [MENU] button is pressed when recording is being stopped in the live screen
while streaming is performed on the Back-End application
• Menu top screen
Camera1 (see page 88)
When [Init LPR Mode] is
set to “DISABLE”:
When [Init LPR Mode] is
set to “ENABLE” and
[LPR Mode] is set to
“LPR”:
When [Init LPR Mode] is set
to “ENABLE” and [LPR Mode]
is set to “PATROL”:
Audio/Video (see pages 52-54)
Setup/Info (see page 37)
Reboot (see page 76)
Export/Upload (see page 73)
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Indicator Lamps and Recorder Status
This table shows the relationship between lamp Lit/Unlit/blinking states and the recorder’s operating status.
: Lit
: Normal blinking
: Unlit
: Fast blinking (about three times/sec)
: Blinking consisting of short off intervals combined with long on intervals
: Blinking consisting of short on intervals combined with long off intervals
Lamp Indication on the Memory Card Recorder
Indicator Lamp
SDHC
Recorder Status
(green)
Recordable SDHC Memory Cards are inserted.
(green)
Data cannot be recorded on the SDHC Memory Cards inserted in the slots, but
can be read from the cards (write-protected or memory full).
(blue)
Startup
(orange)
The SDHC Memory Cards on which data have been recorded last.
(orange)
Recording, playing, uploading
(orange)
Recognizing or repairing the card
(orange)
SDHC Memory Cards are not inserted in all four SDHC Memory Card slots, or at
least one of the inserted SDHC Memory Cards cannot be read from and/or written
to.
No SDHC Memory Card is inserted or the inserted SDHC Memory Card cannot be
recognized.
UPLOAD
(green)
Connecting the recorder and the Back-End server via UPLOAD-LAN
(green)
Uploading to the Back-End server or exporting to an external media using the
Remote Control Panel, or displaying the UPLOAD/Export/DVD Burn screen
Back-End server is not connected.
Playback with the remote control panel is not available
at present. Upgrading is scheduled for the future.
For playback, it is recommended to use the Front-End
application or Back-End Client application.
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Indicator Lamps and Recorder Status (continued)
Lamp Indication on the Memory Card Recorder or the Remote Control Panel
This table shows the relationship between lamp Lit/Unlit/blinking states and the recorder’s operating status.
: Lit
: Normal blinking
: Unlit
: Fast blinking (about three times/sec)
: Blinking consisting of short off intervals combined with long on intervals
: Blinking consisting of short on intervals combined with long off intervals
Indicator Lamp
REC
READY
BUSY
(Red)
(Green)
(Red)
Recorder Status
Status immediately after power-on
Recorder booting, Front-End and Back-End applications running
Live video display
Normal recording*1, Loop recording
Intermittent recording*1
•P
ost-recording
• Including Front-End and Back-End application operation*2
Restoring automatically
Administrator setting screen display with recording stopped
(accessing SDHC Memory Card), formatting, deleting a file
Administrator setting screen display with recording stopped
(not accessing SDHC Memory Card)
Playing, exporting, uploading
• Terminating operation
• SDHC Memory Card start processing (recognition when inserted)
• SDHC Memory Card shutdown processing (when a SDHC Memory Card slot
cover is opened)
The SDHC Memory Card slot cover is opened.
,
or
Updating recorder firmware
•U
pdating microprocessors on the recorder and Remote Control Panel
• Copying menu settings
Successfully copied the menu settings
Failed to copy menu settings
An error involving recording operations occurred during live screen display*3
Starting upgrading
Finishing upgrading
Failed in upgrading
• No SDHC Memory Card is inserted, or it is not recognized
• No more SDHC Memory Card space available
• The write-protect switch of the SDHC Memory Card is set to “LOCK”
• An unformatted card
*1
T he [REC] lamp normally blinks under the following
conditions:
• When there is little space left (about 30 minutes or less)
on an SDHC Memory Card
• W hen the number of files recorded on each SDHC
Memory Card inserted in slots 1, 2, 3, and 4 totals over
5,000 files
*2 F or details on how to run the Front-End or Back-End
application, refer to the operating instructions supplied
with the Front-End or Back-End application.
*3 If the error is related to the status of the SDHC Memory
Card, the status will appear in the status display of the
Overlay OSD. Refer to “Viewing Live Video → Viewing
the status of the recorder” on page 55, or contact your
supplier.
Notes:
•I f pressing the [REC] button or entering a recording
trigger fails to start recording, the [REC] lamp blinks at a
high rate.
•The [BUSY] lamp blinks when accessing the SDHC
Memory Card immediately after opening or closing the
recorder’s SDHC Memory Card slot cover.
Playback with the remote control panel is not available
at present. Upgrading is scheduled for the future.
For playback, it is recommended to use the Front-End
application or Back-End Client application.
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Troubleshooting
Before requesting service, check the points listed below. If the problem persists, contact your supplier.
Starting up
Symptom
Remedy
Power does not come on.
• Check whether power cable (included in the sold separately Cable Kit) is connected
correctly.
Power gets turned off
automatically.
• If you have set a refer to “PowerOff Time” on page 81 and are running the recorder with
the ignition switch at LOCK (OFF), turn the ignition switch on and reboot the recorder
(see “Rebooting This Unit” on page 76).
• If the operating environment is hotter than the recommended temperature, the recorder
may turn off for safety reasons. If this happens, wait for the operating environment to
cool down before using the unit.
Operation
Symptom
Cover cannot be opened.
Key cannot be removed from
lock.
SDHC Memory Card slot
cover cannot be closed.
The recorder does not
respond or another problem
has occurred.
Recorder was restarted
without performing a reset.
Remedy
• Are you using the supplied key?
• Is the SDHC Memory Card slot cover closed? The key can only be removed if the SDHC
Memory Card slot cover is closed.
• Is an SDHC Memory Card inserted correctly in an SDHC Memory Card slot?
•T
o reset the recorder, keep pressing the [REC] button and [STOP] button on the recorder
together for about 10 seconds. When resetting, after all lamps turn off (1 or 2 seconds)
and then on (1 or 2 seconds), all lamps blink.
• If the button lock is enabled (“ANY” or “STOP”), change the setting to “OFF” (see
“Operation Key Lock” on page 89).
• If you remove the SDHC Memory Card during SDHC Memory Card access ([BUSY] lamp
is lit), the SDHC Memory Card slot may become inoperative. In such a case, the recorder
automatically restarts itself, and the card slot will become operative again.
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Troubleshooting (continued)
Recording
Symptom
Remedy
Cannot start recording.
Or a recording error warning appears.
• Is an SDHC Memory Card inserted in an SDHC Memory Card slot?
• Is the SDHC Memory Card slot cover closed?
• Is there any free space on the SDHC Memory Card? Check the remaining
space, and upload files to clear some space.
• Make sure that the write-protect switch of the SDHC Memory Card is not set to
LOCK.
• Is a new SDHC Memory Card formatted in the recorder?
• Are the [GPIO] connector or recording trigger criteria set correctly?
•C
heck whether the recorder is set to administrator setup status.
• Check whether the correct cables have been connected to the video input
connectors.
• A power outage or power cable (included in the sold separately Cable Kit)
disconnection during recording may damage the SDHC Memory Card or corrupt
data on an SDHC Memory Card. Never turn the power off while recording to an
SDHC Memory Card.
• Do not insert or remove an SDHC Memory Card when another SDHC Memory
Card is being accessed as this may damage the SDHC Memory Card or corrupt
data on the SDHC Memory Card.
• Corrupted data may be restored automatically (see “Restoring Files Automatically”
on page 75 for details).
• Are Color Camera and video monitoring equipment connected properly?
• Are both the video input connector selection and the input selection made with
the Remote Control Panel the same?
• Are the video outputs settings correct for the connected equipment? Connect a
monitor to the [VIDEO OUT1] connector on the rear panel of the recorder and
check the picture.
• Is the cable connection to the audio input correct?
• Are both the audio input connector selection and the input selection made with
the Remote Control Panel the same?
• Are the audio outputs settings correct for the connected equipment? Refer to
the Operating Instructions for the connected device.
•D
o the communication settings of the connected device match those of the recorder’s
[SERIAL] connector? Check this while referring to the Operating Instructions for
connected equipment.
Recorded data have become totally or
partially unusable.
Video is distorted or not recorded.
Sound is distorted or not recorded.
Information from equipment connected via
the [SERIAL] connector is not recorded in
the meta data file.
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Error Message
No.
E00410
Message
Invalid update file was found.
E00411
Update file was not found.
E00412
Two or more update files were
found.
E00413
Invalid update file was found.
E00414
E00415
E00418
Update file was not found.
E00419
This media cannot be used for
update.
E00420
Update file cannot be read.
E00449
Unexpected update failure was
found.
E00460
Invalid update file was found.
E00461
Update file was not found.
E00462
Two or more update files were
found.
Measure
The update file on the SDHC Memory Card or USB memory device is
corrupted.
• Check whether the update file for the recorder has been correctly copied
to the SDHC Memory Card or USB memory device.
• Reformat the SDHC Memory Card or USB memory device before use.
• Use another USB memory device.
No update file could be found on the SDHC Memory Card or USB memory
device.
• Check whether the update file for the recorder has been correctly copied
to the SDHC Memory Card or USB memory device.
• Reformat the SDHC Memory Card or USB memory device before use.
• Use another USB memory device.
Multiple update files were found on the SDHC Memory Card or USB
memory device.
• Check whether there are multiple update files on the SDHC Memory Card
or USB memory device.
• Check whether there are multiple SDHC Memory Cards and/or USB
memory devices containing update files.
The update file on the SDHC Memory Card or USB memory device is
corrupted.
• Check whether the update file for the recorder has been correctly copied
to the SDHC Memory Card or USB memory device.
• Reformat the SDHC Memory Card or USB memory device before use.
• Use another USB memory device.
No update file could be found on the SDHC Memory Card or USB memory
device.
• Check whether the update file for the recorder has been correctly copied
to the SDHC Memory Card or USB memory device.
• Reformat the SDHC Memory Card or USB memory device before use.
• Use another USB memory device.
The used SDHC Memory Card or USB memory device cannot be used for
updating.
• An SDHC Memory Card with a \DATA folder cannot be used for updating.
• A USB memory device containing a folder other than the \WIDKEY folder
cannot be used for updating.
An update file load error occurred.
• Check whether the update file for the recorder has been correctly copied
to the SDHC Memory Card or USB memory device.
• Reformat the SDHC Memory Card or USB memory device before use.
• Use another USB memory device.
Some other update error occurred.
• Check whether the update file for the recorder has been correctly copied
to the SDHC Memory Card or USB memory device.
• Reformat the SDHC Memory Card or USB memory device before use.
• Use another USB memory device.
The update file on the SDHC Memory Card or USB memory device is
corrupted.
• Check whether the update file for the recorder has been correctly copied
to the SDHC Memory Card or USB memory device.
• Reformat the SDHC Memory Card or USB memory device before use.
• Use another USB memory device.
No update file could be found on the SDHC Memory Card or USB memory
device.
• Check whether the update file for the recorder has been correctly copied
to the SDHC Memory Card or USB memory device.
• Reformat the SDHC Memory Card or USB memory device before use.
• Use another USB memory device.
Multiple update files were found on the SDHC Memory Card or USB
memory device.
• Check whether there are multiple update files on the SDHC Memory Card
or USB memory device.
• Check whether there are multiple SDHC Memory Cards and/or USB
memory devices containing update files.
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Error Message (continued)
No.
E00463
Message
Invalid update file was found.
Measure
The update file on the SDHC Memory Card or USB memory device is
corrupted.
• Check whether the update file for the recorder has been correctly copied
to the SDHC Memory Card or USB memory device.
• Reformat the SDHC Memory Card or USB memory device before use.
• Use another USB memory device.
Unexpected update failure was
found.
Some other update error occurred.
• Check whether the update file for the recorder has been correctly copied
to the SDHC Memory Card or USB memory device.
• Reformat the SDHC Memory Card or USB memory device before use.
• Use another USB memory device.
E00464
E00465
E00466
E00467
E00468
E00469
E00470
E00499
E00602
E00603
E00604
E02431
E02432
E02440
E02441
E02442
E02444
E02460
Update file was not found.
No update file could be found on the SDHC Memory Card or USB memory
device.
• Check whether the update file for the recorder has been correctly copied
to the SDHC Memory Card or USB memory device.
• Reformat the SDHC Memory Card or USB memory device before use.
• Use another USB memory device.
This media cannot be used for
The used SDHC Memory Card or USB memory device cannot be used for
update.
updating.
• An SDHC Memory Card with a \DATA folder cannot be used for updating.
• A USB memory device containing a folder other than the \WIDKEY folder
cannot be used for updating.
Update file cannot be read.
An update file load error occurred.
• Check whether the update file for the recorder has been correctly copied
to the SDHC Memory Card or USB memory device.
• Reformat the SDHC Memory Card or USB memory device before use.
• Use another USB memory device.
Unexpected update failure was
Some other update error occurred.
found.
• Check whether the update file for the recorder has been correctly copied
to the SDHC Memory Card or USB memory device.
• Reformat the SDHC Memory Card or USB memory device before use.
• Use another USB memory device.
AG-RCP30 needs to be updated! A connected AG-RCP30 was found to need an update.
Will start updating soon.
The recorder reboots automatically to start an update.
Unsupported Control Panel!
A Remote Control Panel not supported by this recorder was detected.
Replace Control Panel.
Disconnect the Remote Control Panel.
Will power off after uploading.
The vehicle engine switch is set to LOCK (OFF) when “PowerOff Time” on
Turn ACC ON to cancel power off. page 81 is set to “AUTO”. The system awaits that the connection with the
Front-End or Back-End application is released, or uploading, streaming,
administrator setup, or upgrading on the Back-End application is finished.
To continue using the recorder without turning it off, set the engine switch to
ON.
DSP error.
Wait until the error message is cleared. Contact your supplier if the message
This system is rebooting.
does not clear after about a minute.
System error.
Couldn’t format cards.
Couldn’t format cards.
Insert another SDHC Memory Card.
Write Protect cards found.
Couldn’t format.
No SDHC Cards found.
Couldn’t format.
System error.
Couldn’t delete files.
Disable SDHC Memory Card write-protection.
Insert an SDHC Memory Card.
Contact your supplier.
112
Error Message (continued)
No.
E02461
E02470
E02471
E02481
E02482
E02483
E02484
E07671
E08601
E08602
E10400
E10401
E10402
E10403
E10410
E15751
E15752
E15753
E15754
E15755
E15756
E15757
E15758
E15759
E15760
E15761
E15762
Message
Couldn’t delete files.
System error.
Couldn’t restore files.
Couldn’t restore files.
Write error on slot1.
Record cannot be continued.
Write error on slot2.
Record cannot be continued.
Write error on slot3.
Record cannot be continued.
Write error on slot4.
Record cannot be continued.
CAMERA1 communication error.
Please check the CAMERA1.
Measure
Check the card information, and proceed as follows according to the
information.
CARD PROTECT:
Release the write-protect switch of the SDHC Memory Card.
UNFORMATTED:
Replace with the formatted SDHC Memory Card.
NO CARD:
Insert an SDHC Memory Card.
Others:
Replace the SDHC Memory Card with another one.
Contact your supplier.
Be sure to use the correct procedure to remove and load SDHC Memory
Cards. Replace an SDHC Memory Card that is not recognized after
inserting it in the SDHC Memory Card slot and closing the SDHC Memory
Card slot cover.
The Color Camera may not be correctly connected. Check whether the camera
cable (included in the Color Camera) is correctly connected to the Color
Camera. Contact your supplier if this measure does not solve the problem.
Playback and record cannot be Close the SDHC Memory Card slot cover.
executed.
The recorder’s fan has stopped.
Contact your supplier.
Radar model file was not found.
More than 10 radar model files
were found.
Invalid radar model file was found.
Radar model file cannot be read.
Radar communication error.
Please check the radar setting.
VUP Card found on slot1.
A card for upgrading is inserted. Data cannot be written to the card.
Record cannot be started.
VUP Card found on slot2.
Record cannot be started.
VUP Card found on slot3.
Record cannot be started.
VUP Card found on slot4.
Record cannot be started.
Unsupported Card found on slot1. The inserted card cannot be used.
Record cannot be started.
Check card type.
Unsupported Card found on slot2.
Record cannot be started.
Unsupported Card found on slot3.
Record cannot be started.
Unsupported Card found on slot4.
Record cannot be started.
Unformatted Card found on slot1.
An unformatted SDHC Memory Card has been inserted.
Record cannot be started.
Replace it with a formatted SDHC Memory Card.
Unformatted Card found on slot2.
Record cannot be started.
Unformatted Card found on slot3.
Record cannot be started.
Unformatted Card found on slot4.
Record cannot be started.
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Error Message (continued)
No.
E15763
E15764
Message
Measure
Write Protect Card found on slot1. The write-protection switch on the SDHC Memory Card is set to the “LOCK”
Record cannot be started.
position. Slide the write-protection switch away from the “LOCK” position.
Write Protect Card found on slot2.
Record cannot be started.
E15765
Write Protect Card found on slot3.
Record cannot be started.
E15766
Write Protect Card found on slot4.
Record cannot be started.
E15767
No SDHC Cards found.
Record cannot be started.
No SDHC Memory Card is inserted. Insert an SDHC Memory Card.
E15768
Write Error.
Record cannot be started.
E15769
Card Full.
Record cannot be started.
The SDHC Memory Card cannot be written to. Replace the SDHC Memory
Card.
The following conditions may have occurred.
• There is no space left on the SDHC Memory Card.
• Files contained in one of the SDHC Memory Cards inserted in the SDHC
Memory Card slots 1, 2, 3, and 4 exceed 5,000 files.
Replace the SDHC Memory Card with an SDHC Memory Card with free
capacity, or free up space in the SDHC Memory Card for new data. (free
space of more than 10 MB)
E20801
Recorder reboots by
Be sure to use the correct procedure to remove and load SDHC Memory
unrecoverable card ejection error. Cards.
E20802
Please reinsert the card or reboot Check the SDHC Memory Card and re-insert it, or reboot the recorder.
the system.
E20901
Firmware Update FAILED!
An error occurred during the update.
• Check whether the update file for the recorder has been correctly copied
to the SDHC Memory Card or USB memory device.
• Reformat the SDHC Memory Card or USB memory device before use.
• Use another USB memory device.
• Check whether there are multiple update files on the SDHC Memory Card
or USB memory device.
• Check whether there are multiple SDHC Memory Cards and/or USB
memory devices containing update files.
• An SDHC Memory Card with a \DATA folder cannot be used for updating.
• A USB memory device containing a folder other than the \WIDKEY folder
cannot be used for updating.
E20911
Microcontroller Update FAILED!
An error occurred during the update.
The recorder reboots automatically to restart an update.
Contact your supplier if the problem persists.
E20912
Unsupported Microcontroller
Detected!
The recorder has broken down.
Contact your supplier.
E20921
AG-RCP30 Update FAILED!
An error occurred during an update of an AG-RCP30 connected to the
recorder.
The recorder reboots automatically to restart an update.
Contact your supplier if the problem persists.
E20922
Unsupported Control Panel
Detected!
A Remote Control Panel not supported by the recorder was detected.
Disconnect the Remote Control Panel.
E22420
Officer’s information file cannot be The officer data file (WID*****.TXT) is corrupted. Create a new officer’s data file,
loaded.
save it to a USB memory device and re-register it.
E22421
Since you are not an
administrator, you cannot open
this menu.
E22422
Officer’s information file cannot be There is no Officer Registration file or it contains the wrong data. Create a
loaded.
correct Officer Registration file (WOFFICER.TXT), copy it to a USB memory
device and reload it.
E22423
Admin’s information file cannot be There is no Administrator Registration file or it contains the wrong data. Create
loaded.
a correct Administrator Registration file (WADMIN.TXT), copy it to a USB
memory device and reload it.
E22425
Classification list cannot be
loaded.
You are not registered as an administrator and cannot open this menu. Ask a
registered administrator for assistance.
There is no classify file or the content of the file is incorrect. Copy the
correct classify file (CLASSIFY.TXT) to the USB memory device and
reregister it.
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Error Message (continued)
No.
Message
Measure
E22426
Menu copy failed.
For copying to a USB memory device, connect a write-enabled USB
memory device. For copying to a recorder, connect a USB memory device
that contains data.
E22427
Source information file cannot be
loaded.
There is no source file or the content of the file is incorrect.
E22428
Shift information file cannot be
loaded.
There is no shift file or the content of the file is incorrect.
E22429
Area information file cannot be
loaded.
There is no area file or the content of the file is incorrect.
E22432
Service log copy failed.
Copying service log is failed. Connect a writable USB memory device and
try copying again.
E22448
Operation was canceled to start
streaming.
Streaming starts, and the operation is canceled. Wait until streaming ends.
E25410
GPS communication error.
Please check the GPS module.
An error occurred in the GPS module.
Consult your supplier.
E27201
Storage capacity was not enough to Capacity of the server is not enough for uploading data, and uploading is
transfer the file.
canceled.
E27202
File transfer was completed.
Restore file remained.
Upload was completed, but video files not restored remain on the SDHC
Memory card.
E27203
File not found in SDHC cards.
No file for uploading is found on an SDHC Memory card.
E27401
Write Protect cards found.
Couldn’t start file transfer.
A read-only SDHC Memory Card is found, and uploading cannot be started.
E27403
Media error.
File transfer was incomplete.
A read/write error was detected with the media. Replace the SDHC Memory
Card with another one.
E27405
Storage write error.
File transfer was incomplete.
A verification error has occurred in the server storage, and uploading cannot
be completed.
E27407
No SDHC Cards found.
Couldn’t start file transfer.
No SDHC Memory card is inserted, and uploading cannot be started.
E27430
Couldn’t start file transfer.
Upload cannot be started. Check the network connection.
E27431
File transfer was incomplete.
Upload cannot be completed because of network trouble.
E27499
System error.
File transfer was incomplete.
A system error has occurred, and uploading cannot be completed.
E28201
USB storage capacity was not
enough to export.
Use other USB memory device that is not full.
E28202
Export was completed.
Restore file remained.
Restore the file not yet restored, and export it again.
E28203
File not found in SDHC cards.
There are no files to export. No export operation needed.
E28400
No USB storage devices found.
Couldn’t start export.
Connect a USB memory device.
E28401
Write Protect cards found.
Couldn’t start export.
Set the SDHC Memory Card write-protect switch away from the writeprotect position.
E28402
All USB storages are read only.
Couldn’t start export.
Connect a write-enabled USB memory device.
E28403
Media error.
Export was incomplete.
Replace the SDHC Memory Card or the USB memory device.
E28404
USB storage file system error.
Couldn’t start export.
Replace the USB memory device.
E28405
USB storage write error.
Export was incomplete.
E28406
Found update file in USB storage. Delete the update file on the USB memory device.
Couldn’t start export.
E28407
No SDHC Cards found.
Couldn’t start export.
Insert an SDHC Memory Card with recorded files.
E28409
Couldn’t start export.
Replace the SDHC Memory Card with another one.
E28499
System error.
Export was incomplete.
Reboot the recorder.
E28880
USB storage was ejected.
Export was incomplete.
Do not remove the USB memory device while exporting data. Reconnect the
USB memory device and export again.
115
Error Message (continued)
No.
Message
Measure
E28881
USB storage was inserted.
Export was incomplete.
Export the data again.
E29400
Unsupported camera connection.
A camera is connected only to the [CAMERA 4], [CAMERA 5], or
[CAMERA 6] connector. Check the input.
E29401
No CAMERA1 video signal.
[CAMERA 1] connector input cannot be detected. Check whether the signal
is input to the [CAMERA 1] connector.
E29402
No CAMERA2 video signal.
[CAMERA 2] connector input cannot be detected. Check whether the signal
is input to the [CAMERA 2] connector.
E29403
No CAMERA3 video signal.
[CAMERA 3] connector input cannot be detected. Check whether the signal
is input to the [CAMERA 3] connector.
E29404
No CAMERA4 video signal.
[CAMERA 4] connector input cannot be detected. Check whether the signal
is input to the [CAMERA 4] connector.
E29405
No CAMERA5 video signal.
[CAMERA 5] connector input cannot be detected. Check whether the signal
is input to the [CAMERA 5] connector.
E29406
No CAMERA6 video signal.
[CAMERA 6] connector input cannot be detected. Check whether the signal
is input to the [CAMERA 6] connector.
E30400
Network setting parameter error.
Network settings are not correct. Check the network settings.
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Camera Connection and Combination of Cameras
Selectable preset patterns depends on the detected
cameras.
• If CAM1 is set to OFF, any combination of cameras
indicated by “1” cannot be selected.
• If CAM2 is set to OFF, any combination of cameras
indicated by “2” cannot be selected.
• If CAM3 is set to OFF, any combination of cameras
indicated by “3” cannot be selected.
• If any of CAM4, CAM5, or CAM6 is set to ON, a pattern
indicated by “456” can be selected.
Combination of cameras depends on the cameras connected
to the recorder. Available combination is as shown below.
Selectable combination of cameras depends on the detected
cameras.
• If only CAM4, CAM5, and CAM6 are set to OFF, preset
patterns, 4Ch-QUAD, 4Ch-PANORAMA, 5Ch-QUAD, and
5Ch-PANORAMA, cannot be selected.
• If all of CAM1, CAM2, and CAM 3 are set to OFF, preset
patterns, 4Ch-PANORAMA and 5Ch-PANORAMA, cannot
be selected.
• If two channels of CAM1, CAM2, and CAM 3 are not
connected, preset patterns, 5Ch-PANORAMA cannot be
selected.
Camera
connection
1 2 3 456
0
x
0
x
0
x
0
x
0
x
0
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Combination of cameras
1
1
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1 Ch
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1,
1,
2,
3,
1,
1,
2,
3,
1, 2 1, 3 2, 3 1456 2456 3456 1456P 2456P 3456P 2456 3456 3456 2456 2456P 3456P 3456P 2456P
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3
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4 Ch
P : Panorama
0 : A camera is connected.
x : A camera is not connected.
Preset number of recommended combination of cameras
○
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-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Selectable combination of cameras
117
-
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5 Ch
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Status Display
The Status Display shows messages about the operating status of the SDHC Memory Card and the recorder. Take action as
appropriate for each status.
Status Display
Measure
CARD FULL
The following conditions may have occurred.
• There is no space left on the SDHC Memory Card.
• Files contained in one of the SDHC Memory Cards inserted in the SDHC Memory Card slots 1, 2,
3, and 4 exceed 5,000 files.
Replace the SDHC Memory Card with an SDHC Memory Card with free capacity, or free up
space in the SDHC Memory Card for new data.
CARD PROTECT
The write-protect switch of the SDHC Memory Card is set to “LOCK”. Move the switch to enable
writing.
VUP CARD
Writing is not possible on an SDHC Memory Card intended for version upgrade. Replace the card
with one that is not intended for version upgrade.
UNFORMATTED
The SDHC Memory Card is not formatted. Replace it with a formatted card.
NO CARD
No SDHC Memory Card is inserted. Insert an SDHC Memory Card.
READ ERROR
An error occurred while reading. File playback is not possible, or the associated meta information
cannot be displayed correctly.
UNSUPPORTED
Archive screen: The file is unsupported. Playback is not available.
Live screen: The memory card is unsupported. For the memory card supported, refer to “Usable
memory cards” in Operating Instructions Section 1: Before Use.
PLAY ERROR
A decoder malfunction occurred. Playback is not available. Reboot the recorder.
Playback with the remote control panel is not available
at present. Upgrading is scheduled for the future.
For playback, it is recommended to use the Front-End
application or Back-End Client application.
118
Service Log
The operation history of the recorder can be obtained as service logs.
Contents
The items shown below can be obtained as service logs.
Normal operation
Items
Level
Character strings
Timing
Starting (start, restart)
N
Power On
just after start
Ending (all power off, restart)
N
Power Off
just before end
Starting (start, restart)
N
System Start AG-CPD20 4.xx.xxx.0
Serial No. Destination
just after start
Ending (all power off, restart)
System End
just before end
Ending with power off
N
I
System End Acc
when occurred
Restarting by restart operation
I
System End Reboot
when occurred
Recording start
N
Rec File Start factor slot1
data/yyyymmdd/mmhhss.av
when occurred
Recording end
N
Rec Stop End factor
when occurred
Restoring a file (succeeded)
N
Restore File slot1
data/yyyymmdd/mmhhss.av
when occurred
Deleting a file (succeeded)
N
Delete File slot1
data/yyyymmdd/mmhhss.av
when occurred
Formatting SDHC Memory
cards
N
Format
when occurred
Deleting all files
N
DeleteAll
when occurred
Application: transition to live
mode
I
Mode Live
when occurred
Application: transition to play
mode
I
Mode Play
when occurred
Application: transition to
administrator mode
I
Mode Admin
when occurred
Application: transition to
upload mode
I
Mode Upload
when occurred
Registering data from a USB
memory device
I
Load Admin/Officer/…
number of cases
when occurred
Exporting start
I
Export Start
when occurred
Exporting end
I
Export End
when occurred
Uploading start
I
Upload Start
when occurred
Uploading end
I
Upload End
when occurred
Upgrading start
I
Vup Start New 4.xx.xxx.0
when occurred
Upgrading end
I
Vup End
when occurred
Upgrading without menu
display start
I/N
VupMenuless Start
when occurred
Upgrading without menu
display end
I/N
VupMenuless End
when occurred
I
MenuExport Start
when occurred
Menu exporting start
Playback with the remote control panel is not available
at present. Upgrading is scheduled for the future.
For playback, it is recommended to use the Front-End
application or Back-End Client application.
119
Service Log (continued)
Items
Level
Character strings
Timing
Menu exporting end
I
MenuExport End
when occurred
Menu importing start (with or
without menu display)
I
MenuImport Start
when occurred
Menu importing end (with or
without menu display)
I
MenuImport End
when occurred
Initializing personal data
I
Clear Personal
when occurred
Resetting to the factory default
settings
I
Clear All
when occurred
Resetting to the factory default
settings without menu display
N
ClearMenuless All
when occurred
Detecting the remote control
panel connection
I
CP Attach 3.xx.xxx.x
just after start
when occurred
Detecting the remote control
panel disconnection
I
CP Detach
when occurred
Detecting the SDHC Memory
card slot door open
N
Slot Open
just after start
when occurred
Detecting the SDHC Memory
card slot door closed
I
Slot Close
just after start
when occurred
Recognizing SDHC Memory
cards in slots 1 to 4
I
Card Slot1 PA-SV16G (CLASS6)
Total capacity, free capacity, serial No., etc.
(hexadecimal number of MID//PRV//PSN//MDT)
Card Slot2 NO CARD
Card Slot3 NO CARD
Card Slot4 NO CARD
just after start
when the SDHC
Memory card slot door
closed
Detecting a USB memory
device inserted
I
USBMem Attach 0/1
just after start
when detected
Detecting a USB memory
device removed
I
USBMem Detach 0/1
when detected
Changing a USB memory
device status
I
USB Front/Rear VendorID // ProductID //
manufacturer // product // serial
just after start
when occurred
Changing GPS status
I
GPS On
just after start
when occurred
Changing GPS status
I
GPS Off
just after start
when occurred
Adjusting the GPS time (other
than PPS)
I
GPS Adjust
when occurred
Radar gun connection status
I
Rader Detect model name
First data reception
after start-up
Camera connection status
(1 to 6)
I
Camera 1=On 2=Off 3=..
just after start
when occurred
Network connection status
I
Net PC=192.168.xx.xx
UPLOAD=NONE
WIRELESS=NONE
just after start
when occurred
Front-End and Back-End
application connection status
I
PC FE=192.168.xx.xx
BE=NONE
when status changed
N (NOTICE): When a specified event is occurred
I (INFO): Debagging message
120
Service Log (continued)
Error (displayed)
Items
Level
Character strings
Timing
Record error
E
Rec Error "error number"
"factor number"
when occurred
SDHC Memory card format
error
E
Format Error "error number"
when occurred
All deletion error
E
DeleteAll Error "error number"
when occurred
Play error
E
Play Error "error number"
when occurred
Export error
E
Export Error "error number"
when occurred
Upload error
E
Upload Error "error number"
when occurred
Upgrading error
E
Vup Error "error number"
when occurred
Menu export error
E
MenuExport Error "error number"
when occurred
Menu import error
E
MenuImport Error "error number"
when occurred
Others
E
Misc Error "error number"
when occurred
E (ERROR): When an error is generated
Error (not displayed)
Items
Level
Character strings
Timing
Restoration error
E
Restore Error slot1
data/yyyymmdd/mmhhss.av
when occurred
Deletion error
E
Delete Error slot1
data/yyyymmdd/mmhhss.av
when occurred
Upgrading error without menu
display
E
VupMenuless Error “factor number”
when occurred
E (ERROR): When an error is generated
Playback with the remote control panel is not available
at present. Upgrading is scheduled for the future.
For playback, it is recommended to use the Front-End
application or Back-End Client application.
121
Service Log (continued)
Format
The format of the service log is as shown below.
<TS>UTC 2008-11-22 00:48:09</TS><LV>N</LV><OP>Power On</OP>
<TS>2008-11-22 09:48:12</TS><LV>N</LV><OP>System Start AG-CPD20 4.xx.xxx.0 ABCD123456 usa</OP>
<TS>2008-11-22 09:48:23</TS><LV>N</LV><OP>Slot Close</OP>
<TS>2008-11-22 09:48:27</TS><LV>N</LV><OP>Card Slot1 PA-SV16G (CLASS6) 15814656 15814560 1//88//2080763F//7B
</OP>
<TS>2008-11-22 09:48:27</TS><LV>N</LV><OP>Card Slot2 NO CARD</OP>
<TS>2008-11-22 09:48:27</TS><LV>N</LV><OP>Card Slot3 NO CARD</OP>
<TS>2008-11-22 09:48:27</TS><LV>N</LV><OP>Card Slot4 NO CARD</OP>
<TS>2008-11-22 10:23:45</TS><LV>N</LV><OP>Rec File GPIO1 slot1 data/20081122/102345.av</OP>
<TS>2008-11-22 11:07:32</TS><LV>N</LV><OP>Rec Stop STOP</OP>
<TS>2008-11-22 12:13:30</TS><LV>N</LV><OP>System End Acc</OP>
<TS>2008-11-22 12:13:35</TS><LV>N</LV><OP>System End</OP>
<TS>2008-11-22 12:13:37</TS><LV>N</LV><OP>Power Off</OP>
<TS> (Time Stamp): The local time is automatically added upon obtaining other user log. However, the times for the Power
On log, upgrading without displaying menu during start-up, and initializing to the factory default settings
during start-up are the UTC times.
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THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND,
EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES
O F M E R C H A N TA B I L I T Y, F I T N E S S F O R A PA R T I C U L A R P U R P O S E A N D
NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE OPEN GROUP BE LIABLE FOR ANY
CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT,
TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE
SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.
The X.Org Foundation X Window System distribution is a compilation of code and
documentation from many sources. This document is intended primarily as a guide to
the licenses used in the distribution: you must check each file and/or package for precise
redistribution terms. None-the-less, this summary may be useful to many users. No
software incorporating the XFree86 1.1 license has been incorporated.
This document is based on the compilation from XFree86.
Except as contained in this notice, the name of The Open Group shall not be used in
advertising or otherwise to promote the sale, use or other dealings in this Software without
prior written authorization from The Open Group.
2. XFree86 License
XFree86 code without an explicit copyright is covered by the following copyright/license:
Copyright (C) 1994-2003 The XFree86 Project, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
3.2 Berkeley-based copyrights:
3.2.1 General
Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of this
software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal in the Software
without restriction, including without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge,
publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to
whom the Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are
permitted provided that the following conditions are met:
1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this list of
conditions and the following disclaimer.
The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all copies or
substantial portions of the Software.
2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice, this list of
conditions and the following disclaimer in the documentation and/or other materials
provided with the distribution.
THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND,
EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES
O F M E R C H A N TA B I L I T Y, F I T- N E S S F O R A PA R T I C U L A R P U R P O S E A N D
NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE XFREE86 PROJECT BE LIABLE
FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF
CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION
WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.
3. The name of the author may not be used to endorse or promote products derived from
this software without specific prior written permission.
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OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE
ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHOR BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT,
INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES
(INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR
SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION)
HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT,
STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING
IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE
POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
Except as contained in this notice, the name of the XFree86 Project shall not be used in
advertising or otherwise to promote the sale, use or other dealings in this Software without
prior written authorization from the XFree86 Project.
3. Other Licenses
Portions of code are covered by the following licenses/copyrights. See individual files for
the copyright dates.
3.2.2 UCB/LBL
Copyright (c) 1993 The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved.
3.1 X/MIT Copyrights
3.1.1 X Consortium
This software was developed by the Computer Systems Engineering group at Lawrence
Berkeley Laboratory under DARPA contract BG 91-66 and contributed to Berkeley.
Copyright (C) <date> X Consortium
All advertising materials mentioning features or use of this software must display the
following acknowledgement: This product includes software developed by the University of
California, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory.
Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of this
software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal in the Software
without restriction, including without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge,
publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to
whom the Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are
permitted provided that the following conditions are met:
The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all copies or
substantial portions of the Software.
1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this list of
conditions and the following disclaimer.
THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND,
EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES
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NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE X CONSORTIUM BE LIABLE FOR ANY
CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT,
TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE
SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.
2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice, this
documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
3. All advertising materials mentioning features or use of this software must display the
following acknowledgement: This product includes software developed by the University
of California, Berkeley and its contributors.
4. Neither the name of the University nor the names of its contributors may be used to
endorse or promote products derived from this software without specific prior written
permission.
Except as contained in this notice, the name of the X Consortium shall not be used in
advertising or otherwise to promote the sale, use or other dealings in this Software without
prior written authorization from the X Consortium.
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE REGENTS AND CONTRIBUTORS ``AS IS''
AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED
TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE REGENTS OR
CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL,
EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO,
PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR
PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY
OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING
NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS
SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
X Window System is a trademark of X Consortium, Inc.
3.1.2 The Open Group
Copyright <date> The Open Group
Permission to use, copy, modify, distribute, and sell this software and its documentation
for any purpose is hereby granted without fee, provided that the above copyright notice
appear in all copies and that both that copyright notice and this permission notice appear in
supporting documentation.
3.2.3 The NetBSD Foundation, Inc.
Copyright (c) 2003 The NetBSD Foundation, Inc. All rights reserved.
The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all copies or
substantial portions of the Software.
This code is derived from software contributed to The NetBSD Foundation by Ben Collver
<[email protected]>
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Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are
permitted provided that the following conditions are met:
Permission to use, copy, modify, and distribute this software for any purpose with or without
fee is hereby granted, provided that the above copyright notice and this permission notice
appear in all copies.
1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this list of
conditions and the following disclaimer.
THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS" AND TODD C. MILLER DISCLAIMS ALL
WARRANTIES WITH REGARD TO THIS SOFTWARE INCLUDING ALL IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS. IN NO EVENT SHALL TODD C.
MILLER BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL, DIRECT, INDIRECT, OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES OR ANY DAMAGES WHATSOEVER RESULTING FROM LOSS OF USE,
DATA OR PROFITS, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE OR
OTHER TORTIOUS ACTION, ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE
OR PERFORMANCE OF THIS SOFTWARE.
2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice, this list of
conditions and the following disclaimer in the documentation and/or other materials
provided with the distribution.
3. All advertising materials mentioning features or use of this software must display the
following acknowledgement: This product includes software developed by the NetBSD
Foundation, Inc. and its contributors.
4. Neither the name of The NetBSD Foundation nor the names of its contributors may be
used to endorse or promote products derived from this software without specific prior
written permission.
3.2.7 Thomas Winischhofer
Copyright (C) 2001-2004 Thomas Winischhofer
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE NETBSD FOUNDATION, INC. AND
CONTRIBUTORS ``AS IS'' AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES,
I N C L U D I N G , B U T N O T L I M I T E D TO , T H E I M P L I E D WA R R A N T I E S O F
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED.
IN NO EVENT SHALL THE FOUNDATION OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY
DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE
GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS
INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER
IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR
OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF
ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are
permitted provided that the following conditions are met:
1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this list of
conditions and the following disclaimer.
2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above ANYEXPRESS copyright
notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the documentation and/or
other materials provided with the distribution.
3. The name of the author may not be used to endorse or promote products derived from
this software without specific prior written permission.
3.2.4 Theodore Ts'o.
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE AUTHOR ``AS IS'' AND ANY EXPRESSED
OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE
ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHOR BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT,
INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES
(INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR
SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION)
HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT,
STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING
IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE
POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
Copyright Theodore Ts'o, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999. All rights reserved.
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are
permitted provided that the following conditions are met:
1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, and the entire
permission notice in its entirety, including the disclaimer of warranties.
2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice, this list of
conditions and the following disclaimer in the documentation and/or other materials
provided with the distribution.
3. The name of the author may not be used to endorse or promote products derived from
this software without specific prior written permission.
3.3 NVIDIA Corp
Copyright (c) 1996 NVIDIA, Corp. All rights reserved.
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED ``AS IS'' AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED
WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES
OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ALL OF
WHICH ARE HEREBY DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHOR BE
LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT
OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR
BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY,
WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR
OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF
NOT ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
NOTICE TO USER: The source code is copyrighted under U.S. and international laws.
NVIDIA, Corp. of Sunnyvale, California owns the copyright and as design patents pending
on the design and interface of the NV chips. Users and possessors of this source code are
hereby granted a nonexclusive, royalty-free copyright and design patent license to use this
code in individual and commercial software.
Any use of this source code must include, in the user documentation and internal comments
to the code, notices to the end user as follows:
Copyright (c) 1996 NVIDIA, Corp. NVIDIA design patents pending in the U.S. and foreign
countries.
3.2.5 Theo de Raadt and Damien Miller
NVIDIA, CORP. MAKES NO REPRESENTATION ABOUT THE SUITABILITY OF THIS
SOURCE CODE FOR ANY PURPOSE. IT IS PROVIDED "AS IS" WITHOUT EXPRESS
OR IMPLIED WARRANTY OF ANY KIND. NVIDIA, CORP. DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES
WITH REGARD TO THIS SOURCE CODE, INCLUDING ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. IN NO EVENT
SHALL NVIDIA, CORP. BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, OR ANY DAMAGES WHATSOEVER RESULTING
FROM LOSS OF USE, DATA OR PROFITS, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT,
NEGLIGENCE OR OTHER TORTIOUS ACTION, ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION
WITH THE USE OR PERFORMANCE OF THIS SOURCE CODE.
Copyright (c) 1995,1999 Theo de Raadt. All rights reserved. Copyright (c) 2001-2002
Damien Miller. All rights reserved.
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are
permitted provided that the following conditions are met:
1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this list of
conditions and the following disclaimer.
2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice, this list of
conditions and the following disclaimer in the documentation and/or other materials
provided with the distribution.
3.4 GLX Public License
GLX PUBLIC LICENSE (Version 1.0 (2/11/99)) ("License")
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE AUTHOR ``AS IS'' AND ANY EXPRESS
OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE
ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHOR BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT,
INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES
(INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR
SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION)
HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT,
STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING
IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE
POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
Subject to any third party claims, Silicon Graphics, Inc. ("SGI") hereby grants permission
to Recipient (defined below), under Recipient's copyrights in the Original Software (defined
below), to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense and/or sell copies of
Subject Software (defined below), and to permit persons to whom the Subject Software
is furnished in accordance with this License to do the same, subject to all of the following
terms and conditions, which Recipient accepts by engaging in any such use, copying,
modifying, merging, publishing, distributing, sublicensing or selling:
1. Definitions.
(a) "Original Software" means source code of computer software code which is
described in Exhibit A as Original Software.
3.2.6 Todd C. Miller
(b) "Modifications" means any addition to or deletion from the substance or structure of
either the Original Software or any previous Modifications. When Subject Software is
released as a series of files, a Modification means (i) any addition to or deletion from
Copyright (c) 1998 Todd C. Miller <[email protected]>
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the contents of a file containing Original Software or previous Modifications and (ii)
any new file that contains any part of the Original Code or previous Modifications.
OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF ANY CHARACTER INCLUDING, WITHOUT
LIMITATION, DAMAGES FOR LOSS OF GOODWILL, WORK STOPPAGE, LOSS
OF DATA, COMPUTER FAILURE OR MALFUNCTION, OR ANY AND ALL OTHER
COMMERCIAL DAMAGES OR LOSSES, EVEN IF SUCH PARTY SHALL HAVE
BEEN INFORMED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. THIS LIMITATION
OF LIABILITY SHALL NOT APPLY TO LIABILITY FOR DEATH OR PERSONAL
INJURY RESULTING FROM SGI's NEGLIGENCE TO THE EXTENT APPLICABLE
LAW PROHIBITS SUCH LIMITATION. SOME JURISDICTIONS DO NOT ALLOW THE
EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SO
THAT EXCLUSION AND LIMITATION MAY NOT APPLY TO RECIPIENT.
(c) "Subject Software" means the Original Software or Modifications or the combination
of the Original Software and Modifications, or portions of any of the foregoing.
(d) "Recipient" means an individual or a legal entity exercising rights under, and
complying with all of the terms of, this License. For legal entities, "Recipient"
includes any entity which controls, is controlled by, or is under common control with
Recipient. For purposes of this definition, "control" of an entity means (a) the power,
direct or indirect, to direct or manage such entity, or (b) ownership of fifty percent
(50%) or more of the outstanding shares or beneficial ownership of such entity.
11.Indemnity. Recipient shall be solely responsible for damages arising, directly or
indirectly, out of its utilization of rights under this License. Recipient will defend,
indemnify and hold harmless Silicon Graphics, Inc. from and against any loss, liability,
damages, costs or expenses (including the payment of reasonable attorneys fees)
arising out of Recipient's use, modification, reproduction and distribution of the Subject
Software or out of any representation or warranty made by Recipient.
2. Redistribution of Source Code Subject to These Terms. Redistributions of Subject
Software in source code form must retain the notice set forth in Exhibit A, below, in
every file. A copy of this License must be included in any documentation for such
Subject Software where the recipients' rights relating to Subject Software are described.
Recipient may distribute the source code version of Subject Software under a license of
Recipient's choice, which may contain terms different from this License, provided that
(i) Recipient is in compliance with the terms of this License, and (ii) the license terms
include this Section 2 and Sections 3, 4, 7, 8, 10, 12 and 13 of this License, which terms
may not be modified or superseded by any other terms of such license. If Recipient
distributes the source code version under a different license Recipient must make it
absolutely clear that any terms which differ from this License are offered by Recipient
alone, not by SGI. Recipient hereby agrees to indemnify SGI for any liability incurred by
SGI as a result of any such terms Recipient offers.
12.U.S. Government End Users. The Subject Software is a "commercial item" consisting
of "commercial computer software" as such terms are defined in title 48 of the Code of
Federal Regulations and all U.S. Government End Users acquire only the rights set
forth in this License and are subject to the terms of this License.
13.Miscellaneous. This License represents the complete agreement concerning subject
matter hereof. If any provision of this License is held to be unenforceable, such provision
shall be reformed so as to achieve as nearly as possible the same economic effect
as the original provision and the remainder of this License will remain in effect. This
License shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the United
States and the State of California as applied to agreements entered into and to be
performed entirely within California between California residents. Any litigation relating
to this License shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Federal Courts of the
Northern District of California (or, absent subject matter jurisdiction in such courts, the
courts of the State of California), with venue lying exclusively in Santa Clara County,
California, with the losing party responsible for costs, including without limitation, court
costs and reasonable attorneys fees and expenses. The application of the United
Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods is expressly
excluded. Any law or regulation which provides that the language of a contract shall be
construed against the drafter shall not apply to this License.
3. Redistribution in Executable Form. The notice set forth in Exhibit A must be
conspicuously included in any notice in an executable version of Subject Software,
related documentation or collateral in which Recipient describes the user's rights relating
to the Subject Software. Recipient may distribute the executable version of Subject
Software under a license of Recipient's choice, which may contain terms different from
this License, provided that (i) Recipient is in compliance with the terms of this License,
and (ii) the license terms include this Section 3 and Sections 4, 7, 8, 10, 12 and 13 of
this License, which terms may not be modified or superseded by any other terms of such
license. If Recipient distributes the executable version under a different license Recipient
must make it absolutely clear that any terms which differ from this License are offered by
Recipient alone, not by SGI. Recipient hereby agrees to indemnify SGI for any liability
incurred by SGI as a result of any such terms Recipient offers.
4. Termination. This License and the rights granted hereunder will terminate automatically
if Recipient fails to comply with terms herein and fails to cure such breach within 30
days of the breach. Any sublicense to the Subject Software which is properly granted
shall survive any termination of this License absent termination by the terms of such
sublicense. Provisions which, by their nature, must remain in effect beyond the
termination of this License shall survive.
Exhibit A
The contents of this file are subject to Sections 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 10, 12 and 13 of the GLX
Public License Version 1.0 (the "License"). You may not use this file except in compliance
with those sections of the License. You may obtain a copy of the License at Silicon
Graphics, Inc., attn: Legal Services, 2011 N. Shoreline Blvd., Mountain View, CA 94043 or
at http://www.sgi.com/software/opensource/glx/license.html.
5. No Trademark Rights. This License does not grant any rights to use any trade name,
trademark or service mark whatsoever. No trade name, trademark or service mark of
SGI may be used to endorse or promote products derived from the Subject Software
without prior written permission of SGI.
Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" basis.
6. No Other Rights. This License does not grant any rights with respect to the OpenGL
API or to any software or hardware implementation thereof or to any other software
whatsoever, nor shall any other rights or licenses not expressly granted hereunder arise
by implication, estoppel or otherwise with respect to the Subject Software. Title to and
ownership of the Original Software at all times remains with SGI. All rights in the Original
Software not expressly granted under this License are reserved.
ALL WARRANTIES ARE DISCLAIMED, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, ANY
IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE OR OF NON-INFRINGEMENT. See the License for the specific language
governing rights and limitations under the License.
The Original Software is GLX version 1.2 source code, released February, 1999. The
developer of the Original Software is Silicon Graphics, Inc. Those portions of the Subject
Software created by Silicon Graphics, Inc. are Copy-right (c) 1991-9 Silicon Graphics, Inc.
All Rights Reserved.
7. Compliance with Laws; Non-Infringement. Recipient shall comply with all applicable
laws and regulations in connection with use and distribution of the Subject Software,
including but not limited to, all export and import control laws and regulations of the U.S.
government and other countries. Recipient may not distribute Subject Software that (i) in
any way infringes (directly or contributorily) the rights (including patent, copyright, trade
secret, trademark or other intellectual property rights of any kind) of any other person or
entity or (ii) breaches any representation or warranty, express, implied or statutory, which
under any applicable law it might be deemed to have been distributed.
3.5 CID Font Code Public License
CID FONT CODE PUBLIC LICENSE (Version 1.0 (3/31/99))("License")
8. Claims of Infringement. If Recipient at any time has knowledge of any one or more third
party claims that reproduction, modification, use, distribution, import or sale of Subject
Software (including particular functionality or code incorporated in Subject Software)
infringes the third party's intellectual property rights, Recipient must place in a wellidentified web page bearing the title "LEGAL" a description of each such claim and a
description of the party making each such claim in sufficient detail that a user of the
Subject Software will know whom to contact regarding the claim. Also, upon gaining
such knowledge of any such claim, Recipient must conspicuously include the URL for
such web page in the Exhibit A notice required under Sections 2 and 3, above, and in
the text of any related documentation, license agreement or collateral in which Recipient
describes end user's rights relating to the Subject Software. If Recipient obtains such
knowledge after it makes Subject Software available to any other person or entity,
Recipient shall take other steps (such as notifying appropriate mailing lists or newsgroups) reasonably calculated to inform those who received the Subject Soft- ware that
new knowledge has been obtained.
Subject to any applicable third party claims, Silicon Graphics, Inc. ("SGI") hereby grants
permission to Recipient (defined below), under SGI's copyrights in the Original Software
(defined below), to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense and/or sell
copies of Subject Software (defined below) in both source code and executable form,
and to permit persons to whom the Subject Software is furnished in accordance with this
License to do the same, subject to all of the following terms and conditions, which Recipient
accepts by engaging in any such use, copying, modifying, merging, publication, distributing,
sublicensing or selling:
1. Definitions.
a. "Original Software" means source code of computer software code that is described
in Exhibit A as Original Software.
b. "Modifications" means any addition to or deletion from the substance or structure of
either the Original Software or any previous Modifications. When Subject Software is
released as a series of files, a Modification means (i) any addition to or deletion from
the contents of a file containing Original Software or previous Modifications and (ii)
any new file that contains any part of the Original Code or previous Modifications.
9. DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTY. SUBJECT SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED ON AN "AS
IS" BASIS, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESSED OR
IMPLIED, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, WARRANTIES THAT THE SUBJECT
SOFTWARE IS FREE OF DEFECTS, MERCHANTABLE, FIT FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE OR NON- INFRINGING. SGI ASSUMES NO RISK AS TO THE QUALITY
AND PERFORMANCE OF THE SOFTWARE. SHOULD ANY SOFTWARE PROVE
DEFECTIVE IN ANY RESPECT, SGI ASSUMES NO COST OR LIABILITY FOR ANY
SERVICING, REPAIR OR CORRECTION. THIS DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTY
CONSTITUTES AN ESSENTIAL PART OF THIS LICENSE. NO USE OF ANY SUBJECT
SOFTWARE IS AUTHORIZED HEREUNDER EXCEPT UNDER THIS DISCLAIMER.
c. "Subject Software" means the Original Software or Modifications or the combination
of the Original Software and Modifications, or portions of any of the foregoing.
d. "Recipient" means an individual or a legal entity exercising rights under the terms
of this License. For legal entities, "Recipient" includes any entity that controls,
is controlled by, or is under common control with Recipient. For purposes of this
definition, "control" of an entity means (i) the power, direct or indirect, to direct
or manage such entity, or (ii) ownership of fifty percent (50%) or more of the
outstanding shares or beneficial ownership of such entity.
10.LIMITATION OF LIABILITY. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES AND UNDER NO LEGAL
THEORY, WHETHER TORT (INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, NEGLIGENCE
OR STRICT LIABILITY), CONTRACT, OR OTHERWISE, SHALL SGI OR ANY SGI
LICENSOR BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL,
e. "Required Notice" means the notice set forth in Exhibit A to this License.
f. "Accompanying Technology" means any software or other technology that is not a
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Modification and that is distributed or made publicly available by Recipient with the
Subject Software. Separate software files that do not contain any Original Software
or any previous Modification shall not be deemed a Modification, even if such
software files are aggregated as part of a product, or in any medium of storage, with
any file that does contain Original Software or any previous Modification.
or administrative authority having proper jurisdiction with respect thereto, such provision
shall be reformed so as to achieve as nearly as possible the same economic effect
as the original provision and the remainder of this License will remain in effect. This
License shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the United
States and the State of California as applied to agreements entered into and to be
performed entirely within California between California residents. Any litigation relating
to this License shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Federal Courts of the
Northern District of California (or, absent subject matter jurisdiction in such courts, the
courts of the State of California), with venue lying exclusively in Santa Clara County,
California, with the losing party responsible for costs, including without limitation, court
costs and reasonable attorneys fees and expenses. The application of the United
Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods is expressly
excluded. Any law or regulation that provides that the language of a contract shall be
construed against the drafter shall not apply to this License.
2. License Terms. All distribution of the Subject Software must be made subject to
the terms of this License. A copy of this License and the Required Notice must be
included in any documentation for Subject Software where Recipient's rights relating to
Subject Software and/or any Accompanying Technology are described. Distributions of
Subject Software in source code form must also include the Required Notice in every
file distributed. In addition, a ReadMe file entitled "Important Legal Notice" must be
distributed with each distribution of one or more files that incorporate Subject Software.
That file must be included with distributions made in both source code and executable
form. A copy of the License and the Required Notice must be included in that file.
Recipient may distribute Accompanying Technology under a license of Recipient's
choice, which may contain terms different from this License, provided that (i) Recipient
is in compliance with the terms of this License, (ii) such other license terms do not
modify or supersede the terms of this License as applicable to the Subject Software,
(iii) Recipient hereby indemnifies SGI for any liability incurred by SGI as a result of the
distribution of Accompanying Technology or the use of other license terms.
Exhibit A
Copyright (c) 1994-1999 Silicon Graphics, Inc.
3. Termination. This License and the rights granted hereunder will terminate automatically
if Recipient fails to comply with terms herein and fails to cure such breach within 30
days of the breach. Any sublicense to the Subject Software that is properly granted
shall survive any termination of this License absent termination by the terms of such
sublicense. Provisions which, by their nature, must remain in effect beyond the
termination of this License shall survive.
The contents of this file are subject to the CID Font Code Public License Version 1.0 (the
"License"). You may not use this file except in compliance with the License. You may obtain
a copy of the License at Silicon Graphics, Inc., attn: Legal Services, 2011 N. Shoreline
Blvd., Mountain View, CA 94043 or at http://www.sgi.com/software/opensource/cid/license.
html
4. Trademark Rights. This License does not grant any rights to use any trade name,
trademark or service mark whatsoever. No trade name, trademark or service mark of
SGI may be used to endorse or promote products derived from or incorporating any
Subject Software without prior written permission of SGI.
Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" basis. ALL
WARRANTIES ARE DISCLAIMED, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, ANY IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE
OR OF NON-INFRINGEMENT. See the License for the specific language governing rights
and limitations under the License.
5. No Other Rights. No rights or licenses not expressly granted hereunder shall arise by
implication, estoppel or otherwise. Title to and ownership of the Original Software at all
times remains with SGI. All rights in the Original Software not expressly granted under
this License are reserved.
The Original Software (as defined in the License) is CID font code that was developed by
Silicon Graphics, Inc. Those portions of the Subject Software (as defined in the License)
that were created by Silicon Graphics, Inc. are Copyright (c) 1994-1999 Silicon Graphics,
Inc. All Rights Reserved.
6. Compliance with Laws; Non-Infringement. Recipient shall comply with all applicable
laws and regulations in connection with use and distribution of the Subject Software,
including but not limited to, all export and import control laws and regulations of the U.S.
government and other countries. Recipient may not distribute Subject Software that (i) in
any way infringes (directly or contributorily) the rights (including patent, copyright, trade
secret, trademark or other intellectual property rights of any kind) of any other person
or entity, or (ii) breaches any representation or warranty, express, implied or statutory,
which under any applicable law it might be deemed to have been distributed.
[NOTE: When using this text in connection with Subject Software delivered solely in object
code form, Recipient may replace the words "this file" with "this software" in both the first
and second sentences.]
3.6 Bitstream Vera Fonts Copyright
7. Claims of Infringement. If Recipient at any time has knowledge of any one or more third
party claims that reproduction, modification, use, distribution, import or sale of Subject
Software (including particular functionality or code incorporated in Subject Software)
infringes the third party's intellectual property rights, Recipient must place in a wellidentified web page bearing the title "LEGAL" a description of each such claim and a
description of the party making each such claim in sufficient detail that a user of the
Subject Software will know whom to contact regarding the claim. Also, upon gaining
such knowledge of any such claim, Recipient must conspicuously include the URL for
such web page in the Required Notice, and in the text of any related documentation,
license agreement or collateral in which Recipient describes end user's rights relating
to the Subject Software. If Recipient obtains such knowledge after it makes Subject
Software available to any other person or entity, Recipient shall take other steps (such
as notifying appropriate mailing lists or newsgroups) reasonably calculated to provide
such knowledge to those who received the Subject Software.
The fonts have a generous copyright, allowing derivative works (as long as "Bitstream"
or "Vera" are not in the names), and full redistribution (so long as they are not *sold* by
themselves). They can be be bundled, redistributed and sold with any software.
The fonts are distributed under the following copyright:
Copyright (c) 2003 by Bitstream, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Bitstream Vera is a trademark of
Bitstream, Inc.
Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of the
fonts accompanying this license ("Fonts") and associated documentation files (the "Font
Software"), to reproduce and distribute the Font Software, including without limitation the
rights to use, copy, merge, publish, distribute, and/or sell copies of the Font Software, and
to permit persons to whom the Font Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following
conditions:
8. DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTY. SUBJECT SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED ON AN
"AS IS" BASIS, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESSED OR
IMPLIED, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, WARRANTIES THAT THE SUBJECT
SOFTWARE IS FREE OF DEFECTS, MERCHANTABLE, FIT FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE OR NON-INFRINGING. SGI ASSUMES NO RISK AS TO THE QUALITY
AND PERFORMANCE OF THE SOFTWARE. SHOULD ANY SOFTWARE PROVE
DEFECTIVE IN ANY RESPECT, SGI ASSUMES NO COST OR LIABILITY FOR ANY
SERVICING, REPAIR OR CORRECTION. THIS DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTY
CONSTITUTES AN ESSENTIAL PART OF THIS LICENSE. NO USE OF ANY SUBJECT
SOFTWARE IS AUTHORIZED HEREUNDER EXCEPT UNDER THIS DISCLAIMER.
The above copyright and trademark notices and this permission notice shall be included in
all copies of one or more of the Font Software typefaces.
The Font Software may be modified, altered, or added to, and in particular the designs of
glyphs or characters in the Fonts may be modified and additional glyphs or characters may
be added to the Fonts, only if the fonts are renamed to names not containing either the
words "Bitstream" or the word "Vera".
9. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES AND UNDER NO LEGAL
THEORY, WHETHER TORT (INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, NEGLIGENCE
OR STRICT LIABILITY), CONTRACT, OR OTHERWISE, SHALL SGI OR ANY
SGI LICENSOR BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY,
WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM,
OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SUBJECT SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR
OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SUBJECT SOFTWARE. SOME JURISDICTIONS DO
NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF CERTAIN DAMAGES, SO THIS
EXCLUSION AND LIMITATION MAY NOT APPLY TO RECIPIENT TO THE EXTENT SO
DISALLOWED.
This License becomes null and void to the extent applicable to Fonts or Font Software that
has been modified and is distributed under the "Bitstream Vera" names.
The Font Software may be sold as part of a larger software package but no copy of one or
more of the Font Software typefaces may be sold by itself.
T H E F O N T S O F T WA R E I S P R O V I D E D " A S I S " , W I T H O U T WA R R A N T Y O F
ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ANY
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND
NONINFRINGEMENT OF COPYRIGHT, PATENT, TRADEMARK, OR OTHER RIGHT.
IN NO EVENT SHALL BITSTREAM OR THE GNOME FOUNDATION BE LIABLE FOR
ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, INCLUDING ANY GENERAL, SPECIAL,
INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, WHETHER IN AN ACTION
OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF THE USE OR
INABILITY TO USE THE FONT SOFTWARE OR FROM OTHER DEALINGS IN THE FONT
SOFTWARE.
10.I ndemnity. Recipient shall be solely responsible for damages arising, directly or
indirectly, out of its utilization of rights under this License. Recipient will defend,
indemnify and hold SGI and its successors and assigns harmless from and against
any loss, liability, damages, costs or expenses (including the payment of reasonable
attorneys fees) arising out of (Recipient's use, modification, reproduction and distribution
of the Subject Software or out of any representation or warranty made by Recipient.
11.U.S. Government End Users. The Subject Software is a "commercial item" consisting
of "commercial computer software" as such terms are defined in title 48 of the Code of
Federal Regulations and all U.S. Government End Users acquire only the rights set forth
in this License and are subject to the terms of this License.
12.Miscellaneous. This License represents the complete agreement concerning subject
matter hereof. If any provision of this License is held to be unenforceable by any judicial
Except as contained in this notice, the names of Gnome, the Gnome Foundation, and
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Bitstream Inc., shall not be used in advertising or otherwise to promote the sale, use or
other dealings in this Font Software without prior written authorization from the Gnome
Foundation or Bitstream Inc., respectively. For further information, contact: fonts at gnome
dot org.
3.7 Bigelow & Holmes Inc and URW++ GmbH Luxi font license
Luxi fonts copyright (c) 2001 by Bigelow & Holmes Inc. Luxi font instruction code copyright
(c) 2001 by URW++ GmbH. All Rights Reserved. Luxi is a registered trademark of Bigelow
& Holmes Inc.
Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of these Fonts
and associated documentation files (the "Font Software"), to deal in the Font Software,
including without limitation the rights to use, copy, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense,
and/or sell copies of the Font Software, and to permit persons to whom the Font Software is
furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:
The above copyright and trademark notices and this permission notice shall be included in
all copies of one or more of the Font Software.
The Font Software may not be modified, altered, or added to, and in particular the designs
of glyphs or characters in the Fonts may not be modified nor may additional glyphs or
characters be added to the Fonts. This License becomes null and void when the Fonts or
Font Software have been modified.
T H E F O N T S O F T WA R E I S P R O V I D E D " A S I S " , W I T H O U T WA R R A N T Y O F
ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ANY
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND
NONINFRINGEMENT OF COPYRIGHT, PATENT, TRADEMARK, OR OTHER RIGHT. IN
NO EVENT SHALL BIGELOW & HOLMES INC. OR URW++ GMBH. BE LIABLE FOR
ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, INCLUDING ANY GENERAL, SPECIAL,
INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, WHETHER IN AN ACTION
OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF THE USE OR
INABILITY TO USE THE FONT SOFTWARE OR FROM OTHER DEALINGS IN THE FONT
SOFTWARE.
Except as contained in this notice, the names of Bigelow & Holmes Inc. and URW++
GmbH. shall not be used in advertising or otherwise to promote the sale, use or other
dealings in this Font Software without prior written authorization from Bigelow & Holmes Inc.
and URW++ GmbH.
For further information, contact:
[email protected] or [email protected]
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Software License Agreement <Ralink firmware License>
Copyright (c) 2007, Ralink Technology Corporation
All rights reserved.
Redistribution. Redistribution and use in binary form, without modification, are permitted
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written permission.
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Section 1: Limited Warranty - Hardware
This is the only warranty Panasonic makes to you. Panasonic does not warrant that the functions
contained in the Programs will meet your requirements or that the operation of the Programs will
be uninterrupted or error free. Panasonic shall have no obligation for any defects in the disk(s)
or other media on which the Programs are furnished resulting from your storage thereof, or for
defects that have been caused by operation of the disk(s) or other media.
Panasonic Computer Solutions Company (referred to as "Panasonic") will repair the products
listed below with new or rebuilt parts, free of charge in the U.S.A. or other Panasonic approved
location for the period specified below from the date of original purchase in the event of a defect
in materials or workmanship. These warranties are extended solely to the original purchaser.
A purchase receipt or other proof of date of original purchase will be required before warranty
performance is rendered.
Panasonic’s entire liability and your exclusive remedy under this warranty shall be limited to the
replacement, in the United States or other Panasonic designated location, of any defective disk
or other media which is returned to Panasonic's Authorized Service Center, together with a copy
of the purchase receipt, within the aforesaid warranty period. The customer is responsible for
ensuring that all data is backed up and made secure during normal use and before sending a unit
for service.
• Laptop Computers – 3 Years
• PDRC - LCD and Keyboard Assemblies – 3 Years
• MDWD – Mobile Computer and Wireless Display Assemblies - 3 Years
• Hand-held Computers (P1/P2) – 1 Year
• Arbitrator Video Camera – 1 Year
• Arbitrator Recorder Unit – 1 Year
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• Arbitrator Wireless Microphone(s) / Transmitter – 90 Days
• Arbitrator System Component Interconnect Cables – 90 Days
Section 3 - Limited Warranty Exclusions
Specifically excluded from the warranty are:
• All consumable items; such as screen protection films, logo badges, labels, cleaning cloths, carry
cases, manuals, cables, straps, belts, holsters, tethers, and harnesses and any other options and
accessories not listed above or covered under a separate warranty
• Failures related to the product operating system, hard drive image, software setup, software
program, virus, other program(s) or file(s) on the hard drive or in any computer memory location
• Failures due to BIOS settings or changes, as well as any cosmetic or physical damage to the unit
• Any unit or device with a missing or altered model number or serial number label
• Damage which occurs in shipment
• Failures which are caused by products not supplied by Panasonic
• Failures which result from alteration, accident, misuse, introduction of liquid or other foreign
matter into the unit, abuse, neglect, installation, maladjustment of consumer controls, improper
maintenance or modification, use not in accordance with product use instructions
• Failures due to service by anyone other than a Panasonic Authorized Service Provider
• Failures caused by improper integration by any company other than Panasonic Configuration and
Integration Centers
• Damage, failure, or loss due to the unit being stolen, lost, misplaced, or used by anyone other than
the original purchaser
• Damage that is attributable to acts of God
Main Battery
The battery supplied with the product is covered under the warranty for one (1) year from date of
purchase, except as excluded in Section 3. Batteries purchased separately are covered under
the warranty for one (1) year from the date of purchase. A battery furnished under the warranty is
covered for the remaining period of the one year warranty on the original or purchased battery.
Options and Accessories
The below listed Panasonic brand or supplied options and accessories are covered under this
limited warranty for the period specified from the date of purchase or as specifically stated:
• AC Adapter / Power Cord – 3 Years
• Memory Card (Panasonic Brand) – 3 Years
• Car Mount Docking Station PCB or Complete Vehicle Docking Station – 3 Years
• Port Replicator / I-O Box – 3 Years
• Antenna Pass-through Cable – 3 Years
• Backlit or Full-sized keyboard - 3 Years or assumes warranty of the unit in which it is installed
• Integrated Panasonic supplied options and kits including, but not limited to Wireless Modems,
Media Bay Drives (Floppy, CD, DVD, Combo), GPS, Bluetooth, Smartcard Reader, and
Fingerprint readers – 3 Years or assumes warranty period of the unit in which it is installed
provided the integration was performed by Panasonic or an Authorized Options Integrator
• Hard Drive (separately purchased) – 1 Year
• E x t e r n a l U S B D r i v e s ( C D / D V D / F l o p p y / H a r d D r i v e ) –
1 Year
• Optional Battery – 1 Year
• Battery Charger – 1 Year
• Standard or Digitizer Stylus Pens – 90 Days (physical damage excluded)
This warranty only covers failures due to defects in materials or workmanship which occur during
normal use.
Other Limits and Exclusions: There are no other express warranties except as listed above.
PANASONIC SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR LOSS OF DATA OR OTHER INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES RESULTING FROM THE USE OF THIS PRODUCT, OR ARISING
OUT OF ANY BREACH OF THIS WARRANTY. ALL EXPRESS AND IMPLIED WARRANTIES,
INCLUDING THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE ARE LIMITED TO THE APPLICABLE WARRANTY PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE.
Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, or
limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitations or exclusions may not
apply to you.
Section 2 - Limited Warranty - Software
This limited warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary
from state to state.
Panasonic Computer Solutions Company (referred to as "Panasonic") warrants to you only that the
disk(s) or other media on which the Programs are furnished will be free from defects in material
and workmanship under normal use for a period of sixty (60) days from the date of delivery thereof
to you, as evidenced by your purchase receipt.
For technical support or to arrange for service on your Panasonic computer product, call our tollfree 24 hour hotline at 1-800-LAPTOP5.
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