1 DVMR-AVN4e (February 2010) 1.1 FEATURE MPEG

1 DVMR-AVN4e (February 2010) 1.1 FEATURE MPEG
1
DVMR-AVN4e (February 2010)
1.1 FEATURE
z MPEG-4 Video Compression.
z Resolution: Live 720×480 ( NTSC )/ 720×576 ( PAL )
Recording 720x240 ( NTSC )/ 720x288 ( PAL )
z Audio Backup / Audio Streaming.
z Internal SATA Hard Disk Support.
z Graphic User Interface ( GUI ).
z Mouse/ IR Remote Controller Support.
z USB Back Up/ Firmware Update
z Compact Size, Easy Space Arrangement
z Support Smart Phone and PDA.
1.2 SPECIFICATION
NTSC
Image System
Resolution
PAL
Live
720×480
720×576
Record
720×240, 360x240
720×288, 360x288
Video Input
BNC × 4
Video Output
BNC × 1
Video Looping
No
Audio Input
RCA × 1
Audio Output
RCA × 1
Live Display Rate
4 × 30 Frame / Sec
4 × 25 Frame / Sec
Recording Rate (CIF)
360 x 240 up to 120 PPS
360 x 288 up to 100 PPS
Recording Rate (Field)
720 x 240 up to 30 PPS
720 x 288 up to 25 PPS
Storage Media
1 Hard Disk ( SATA )
Compression Type
MPEG-4
Compression Rate
Low :2K Bytes
Medium:4.2K Bytes
High :6.2K Bytes
Best :8K Bytes
Recording Mode
Manual / Schedule
Playback Speed
Fast Forward X 2 X 8 X 16 X32 X64
Fast Backward X32
field by field Playback
Pause
Slow Motion Playback X1/2 X1/4
www.allthings.com.au
Title
Control Interface
8 Characters
Mouse /DVR Control Panel /IR Remote
Graphic User Interface
(GUI)
Yes
IR Remote Controller
Yes
On Screen Display & Setup
Time / Date / Setup Menu
Digital Zoom
No
Ethernet
Yes
DDNS
Yes
NTP
No
E-mail & FTP
Yes
Network IP
Static/ Dynamic/ PPPoE
Password Control
Two levels, one for system and the other for HDD
format
Event List
Max. 3000 records/H.D.D
Motion Detection Area
30 x 24 grids
Motion Detection Sensitivity 1-100
Buzzer
Yes
Alarm Input
4
Alarm Output
1
Pre-alarm Recording
No
PTZ Control
Yes
RS-232
No
RS-485
Yes
Video Loss Detection
Yes
Key-lock
Yes
Multi Language
Yes
Backup
USB
Firmware update
USB Host
VGA Output
Yes (Optional)
Power Input
DC 12V
Dimensions
218mm (W) × 44mm (H) × 202mm (D)
Operation Temperature
0 - 45 ℃
5
ATTENTION:A. PLEASE format the hard disk before changing the recording resolution.
Different record resolution cannot be stored in the same hard disk.
Failing to do so may cause data lost or hard disk damage!!
B. DVR needs to STOP recording before processing USB backup function.
C. DVR needs to STOP recording before processing USB firmware update function.
D. DVR system will reboot after changing recording quality setup.
2
HARDWARE OVERVIEW
2.1 FRONT PANEL
DVR OPERATION
NO.
ITEM
1
POWER
2
REC
DVR Function
Power status LED.
Recording status LED.
6
3
PLAY
Playback status LED.
4
H.D.D
5
O
H.D.D. LED.
IR Sensor for remote control.
6
USB connector.
7
▲
Move upward or increase the number.
8
▼
Move downward or decrease the number.
9
MENU
Press MENU to enter or exit MENU.
10
◄
Move leftward or decrease the number.
11
►
Move rightward or increase the number.
12
13
14
15
16
17
1
2
3
4
Quad
Channel One Full Screen & Number: One.
Channel Two Full Screen & Number: Two.
Channel Three Full Screen & Number: Three.
Channel Four Full Screen & Number: Four.
Quad screen: All cameras are displayed.
Confirmation and Backup.
7
2.2 BACK PANEL
NO.
ITEM
FUNCTION
1
MOUSE
Mouse interface.
2
CAMERA IN
Camera 1 video input with BNC connector.
3
CAMERA IN
Camera 2 video input with BNC connector.
4
CAMERA IN
Camera 3 video input with BNC connector.
5
CAMERA IN
Camera 4 video input with BNC connector.
6
MONITOR OUT
Video output with monitor
7
Audio IN
Audio input.
8
Audio OUT
Audio output.
9
Ethernet
RJ-45 Ethernet network interface.
10
VGA OUT
Reserved.
11
Reserved.
12
Power
DC 12V /3A.
8
2.3 IR REMOTE CONTROL
ITEM
REC
Press REC to start recording and press twice to stop.
1-4
Select channel 1-4 with full screen.
QUAD
Fast backward.
Picture by picture backward.
Picture by picture forward.
Fast Forward.
Play video forward.
COPY
Switch channel format.
▲
Move upward or increase the number.
►
Move rightward or increase the number.
▼
Move downward or decrease the number.
◄
Move leftward or decrease the number.
Enter selected items.
MENU
Enter or Exit Main Menu.
STOP
Stop the playback.
9
2.4 VGA OUTPUT (included)
VGA Output is included. VGA output can connect with CRT or LCD monitor by
D-SUB connector and the user can switch different resolutions and frequencies
as follows.
Resolution
Frequency
VGA
640×480
56Hz
SVGA
800×600
60Hz
XGA
1024×768
70Hz
SXGA
1280×1024
75Hz
2.5 NETWORK
When the DVR is turned on, it will detect the network connection automatically. If
without network connection, the network function will be disabled. Thus, please
make sure the network connection before turning on the DVR.
10
3
SYSTEM SETUP
3.1 MENU SETUP INTERFACE(GUI)
A.
CAMERA SET
B.
MOTION SETUP
C.
RECORD SETUP
E.
F.
NETWORK SETUP
G.
11
HARD DISK SETUP
BACKUP SETUP
D.
ALARM SETUP
H.
12
SYSTEM SETUP
3.2 LIVE VIEWING AND POP-UP MENU
NOTE:The pop-up menu can be activated by moving the mouse cruise to the
bottom of the live viewing screen.
A.
GUI MENU BAR
With live viewing mode, press this button to get into the GUI menu.
B.
DISK INFORMATION
With live viewing mode, press this button to display disk information.
C.
Record Backup
With live viewing mode, press this button to backup record.
D.
AUDIO CONTROL
Press this button to turn the audio on or off。
E.
DISPLAY CONTROL
Within live-viewing or playback mode, use display control to switch the camera
channel.
F.
RECORD AND PLAYBACK CONTROL
Same as front panel controller and remote controller. Please see chapter 2.1 &
4 for more detail.
13
3.3
CAMERA SETUP
Press ▲ or ▼ to select items.
Press ◄ or ► to change values.
Press SET to see more options.
A. CAMERA
Press ◄ or ► to switch channels.
B. VIDEO ADJUST
B.1 CONTRAST
Press ◄ or ► to change contrast level.
B.2 BRIGHTNESS
Press ◄ or ► to change brightness level.
B3. HUE
Press ◄ or ► to change HUE level.
B4. COLOR
Press ◄ or ► to change color level.
B5. SHAPRNESS
Press ◄ or ► to change sharpness level.
C. CAMERA TITLE
Use mouse to select and change character.
14
D. DISPLAY
Press ◄ or ► to change value for the corresponding camera would be
displayed on the screen or not.
E. AUTO SWITCH
Press ◄ or ► to ON/OFF auto switch.
15
3.4
MOTION SETUP
Press ▲ or ▼ to select items.
Press ◄ or ► to change values.
Press SET to see more options.
A. CAMERA
Press ◄ or ► to switch channels.
B. MOTION DETECT
Press ◄ or ► to change value for motion detect function.
C. BUZZER
Press ◄ or ► to change value for buzzer while motion detected.
D. SENSITIVITY
Press ◄ or ► to change sensitivity value from 001 (minimum) to 100
(maximum).
E. AREA SETUP
1. Press SET to enter motion area setting.
2. Use mouse to select which block is needed.
3. Left-Click mouse to see more options or exit the setup.
3.5
RECORD SETUP
Press ▲ or ▼ to select items.
Press ◄ or ► to change values.
Press SET to see more options.
A. RESOULTION
Press ◄ or ► to switch record resolution.
720 x 240 (NTSC)/ 720 x 288 (PAL).
360 x 240 (NTSC)/ 360 x 288 (PAL).
ATTENTION:PLEASE format the hard disk before changing the
recording resolution. Different record resolution
cannot be stored in the same hard disk. Failing to
do so may cause data lost or hard disk damage!!
16
B. NORMAL RECORD PPS
Press ◄ or ► to switch PPS in normal recording.
C. ALARM RECORD PPS
Press ◄ or ► to switch PPS in alarm recording.
D. ALARM RECORD DURATION
Press ◄ or ► to set dwell time of alarm recording.
E. QUALITY
Press ◄ or ► to switch quality to LOW/ MEDIUM/ HIGH/ BEST.
F. RECORD MODE
Press ◄ or ► to switch record mode to ALWAYS/ MOTION/ SCHEDULE /
OFF.
G. AUDIO RECORD
Press ◄ or ► to switch AUDIO RECORD ON or OFF.
H. SCHEDULE SETUP
Press SET to get into schedule setup menu。
1. Use mouse to select schedule day/ time/ mode.
2. Click
3.6
to save change and exit.
ALARM SETUP
Press ▲ or ▼ to select items.
Press ◄ or ► to change values.
Press SET to see more options.
17
A. ALARM DISPLAY MODE
Press ◄ or ► to change value for ALARM DISPLAY MODE with full screen.
B. VIDEO LOSS DETECT
Press ◄ or ► to switch VIDEO LOSS ALARM ON or OFF.
C. EVENT LOG SETUP
Press SET to change value for MOTION EVENT / VIDEO LOSS EVENT to
ON / OFF.
D. BUZZER TIME SETUP
Press SET to set dwell time of BUZZER/ ALARM.
3.7
HARD DISK SETUP
Press ▲ or ▼ to select items.
Press ◄ or ► to change values.
Press SET to see more options.
A. OVERWRITE MODE
Press ◄ or ► to change value OVERWRITE MODE ON or OFF.
B. CAPACITY WARNING
Press ◄ or ► to change value to 20/ 15/ 10 or 5% with non-overwrite mode.
When LEFT RATIO is below the setting, it will enable AUDIBLE ALARM (If
AUDIBLE ALARM of BUZZER of ALARM SETUP is ON).
C. HDD INFORMATION
Press SET to display HDD information.
D. HDD FORMAT SETUP
D-1. HDD PASSWORD PROTECT
Press ◄ or ► to change value for hard disk format password protection.
DC-2. HDD PASSWORD
Press SET then use mouse to change password.
Default password: 1111
18
D-3. FORMAT
Press SET to get into FORMAT setup.
Press YES or NO to execute.
3.8
NETWORK SETUP
Press ▲ or ▼ to select items.
Press ◄ or ► to change values.
Press SET to see more options.
A. IP MODE
Press ▲ or ▼ to select items and ◄ or ► to change to STATIC IP or DHCP.
B. HTTP PORT
Press ▲ or ▼ to select items and ◄ or ► to change WEB PAGE PORT.
C. IP ADDR
Press ▲ or ▼ to select items and ◄ or ► to change IP ADDRESS.
D. NETMASK
Press ▲ or ▼ to select items and ◄ or ► to change SUBNET MASK.
E. GATEWAY
Press ▲ or ▼ to select items and ◄ or ► to change Default GATEWAY.
F. DNS1
Press ▲ or ▼ to select items and ◄ or ► to change DNS.
G. DNS2
Press ▲ or ▼ to select items and ◄ or ► to change OTHER DNS.
H. PPPoE
H-1. PPPoE SETTING
Press◄ or ► to ENABLE / DISABLE PPPoE.
H-2. USER NAME
Use mouse to setup user name for ADSL account.
19
H-3 PASSWORD
Use mouse to setup password for ADSL account.
H-4 STATE
Press SET to display status of PPPoE。
I. DDNS
I-1.DDNS SETTING:Press◄ or ► to set DDNS ENABLE / DISABLE.
I-2 PROVIDER:Press◄ or ► to select DDNS provider.
I-3 USER NAME:Press SET to setup user name.
I-4 PASSWORD:Press SET to setup password.
I-5 UPDATE SCHEDULE: Use SET to dwell time of updating schedule.
I-5 STATE:Press SET to display status of DDNS。
3.9
BACKUP SETUP
Due to each USB device with different USB driver ICs, their compatibilities differ,
too. This system is compatible with most of USB flash memory. If there is
compatible issue, please refer to APPENDIX B. In addition, please format USB
flash memory with FAT32.
BEFORE BACKUP
A. In live viewing mode, insert USB device into a USB port of the DVR.
B. Get into playback mode by PLAY TIME SEARCH or EVENT LIST SEARCH
20
and play back videos that are going to be as backup.
VIDEO BACKUP
In multiplexer or full screen mode, press COPY to start backup and press COPY
to end backup. The system will backup automatically.
PICTURE BACKUP
In multiplexer or full screen mode, press ► and press COPY. The system will
start backup picture by picture.
BACKUP FILE NAME
Each backup file will be named as START TIME.
EXAMPLE: 11201817.IN is Nov. 6th 18:17
AFTER BACKUP
After backup, the system will copy “player.exe” automatically on USB device for
the user to play back backup file.
3.10
SYSTEM SETUP
Press ▲ or ▼ to select items.
Press ◄ or ► to change values.
Press SET to see more options.
A. DATE / TIME SETUP
Press SET to set Date / TIME.
B. SYSTEM TYPE
Please update firmware to change system type.
C. KEYBOARD LOCK
Press ◄ or ► to switch ON/ OFF.
OFF:UNLOCK.
ON: LOCK.
After KEYBOARD LOCK mode setup, please set up PASSWORD
Without password, un-authorized users could access into SYSTEM SETUP
and make changes of settings easily.
D. ID NUMBER
Press ◄ or ► to change values.
When connecting with the joystick controller, ID NUMBER is required to make
difference of each DVR.
E. DISPLAY SETUP
Press SET to ENABLE or DISABLE display of CAMERA TITLE / DVR STATUS
/ DATE / TIME.
21
F.
LANGUAGE
Press ◄ or ► to change on-screen-display (OSD) language.
English, Chinese, Italian, France, Spain, Polish, Greek, Hungary, Russian, German,
Turkish, Czech
G. PASSWORD PROTECTION
Press ▲ or ▼ to select items and ◄ or ► to change values.
Default password: 1111.
H. FIRMWARE UPDATE
Press YES to start firmware update. After updated, the DVR will reboot
automatically. At this moment, please do not turn off the DVR manually.
NOTE: Please format USB flash memory with FAT32.
I. LOAD DEFAULT
Press YES to load the system default setting, and “LOAD DEFAULT!” will be
displayed on the screen until recover finished.
4
DVR PLAYBACK
Click the playback button on the
pop-up menu.
Note: the pop-up menu can be
activated by moving the mouse
cruise to the bottom of the live
viewing screen.
4.1 TIME SEARCH
Double click mouse to trigger play time search.
Please set the start and end time to search.
22
4.2 EVENT SEARCH
Double click mouse to trigger event search.
Please select the event to playback。
NOTE: Display the type of the event as follows.
POWER
If the DVR got power loss, it will record the date and time of
rebooting.
RECORD If REC. button has been pressed, it will record the date and time
in the event list.
V.LOSS
When a camera signal is lost, it will record the date, time, and
corresponding channel.
ALARM
When ALARM is triggered, it will record the date, time, and
corresponding channel.
MOTION When MOTION is detected, it will record the date, time, and
corresponding channel.
23
5
DVR & USB BACKUP PLAYBACK
SYSTEM REQUIREMENT:
CPU: Intel Pentium III 1G or above.
MEMORY: 512 MB or above.
VGA: 32MB/64MB or above.
OS: Microsoft Windows XP SP2 or above.
VGA RESOLUTION: 1024*768 or above.
5.1 MAIN SCREEN SETTING
A. MAIN SCREEN
B. Open a disk drive that is with USB Backup files (e.g. F:) or other folder
that is with Backup files.
Each backup file will be named as START TIME.
EXAMPLE: 11201817.IN is Nov. 6th 18:17
24
C. Click on File Player (AVI File Playback) or Image Viewer (Picture by
Picture Playback) and the following message will popup. And then, open
the file for playback.
Open the file for
Select HDD PLAY mode
playback.
or FILE PLAY mode
5.2 PLAYER USER INTERFACE
Open the file for
playback.
Under HDD PLAY
mode, user can use
TIME/ EVENT
SEARCH & COPY
function
25
5.3 AVI BACKUP & SNAPSHOT
A. AVI BACKUP
User can save the
playing video file as AVI
format
B. SANPSHOT
Click on the left of mouse to
use SNAPSHOT function
26
6
NETWORK VIEWING & PLAYBACK
CPU: Intel Pentium III 1G or above.
Memory: 512 MB or above.
VGA: 32MB/64MB or above.
OS: Microsoft Windows XP SP2 or above.
VGA RESOLUTION: 1024*768 or above.
6.1 IP ADDRESS SETUP ON PC SITE
Install cameras inside in LAN or use network cable to connect with PC. This is for
IPInstallerEng.exe to set up IP address of cameras. If OS is Windows XP SP2 or
above, the following Windows Security Alert will popup. Then, please click on
Unblock.
Then, IPInstallerEng.exe will popup:
DVR default IP address is 192.168.1.220
NOTE: Please input correct network parameters without blank spaces.
On Device Lists, it lists all servers. Click on one server and then its IP setting will
show on the right side. After editing the parameters and clicking on Submit, the
following dialogue box will popup. And, it will reboot the device with new
parameters.
27
6.2 OPTIONAL MICROSOFT INTERNET EXPLORER SETUP:
OPTION 1: DISABLE ACTIVEX WARNING
A. IE Æ Tools Æ Internet Options Æ Security Æ Custom Level Æ Security
Settings Æ Download unsigned ActiveX controls Æ Enable or Prompt
(recommend).
B. IE Æ Tools Æ Internet Options Æ Security Æ Custom Level Æ Security
Settings Æ Initialize and script ActiveX controls not marked as safe Æ
Enable or Prompt (recommend).
1
2
3
4
5
28
Above three options are all based on select as the prompt.
As indicated in the dialogue box. Please select "YES."
OPTION 2: ADD TO TRUSTED SITES
IE Æ Tools Æ Internet Options Æ Security Æ Trusted sites Æ Sites
6.3 LOGIN
A. INSTALL ACTIVEX
B. START INSTALL ACTIVEX
C. ACCOUNT & PASSWORD LOGIN
29
After IP setup and connect to network or LAN, type IP address on IE Browser
directly. The following User name & Password Login window will popup.
Default user name: admin
Default password: admin
6.4 LIVE VIEWING
REC
Stop
DVR Configuration
Screen Format
System Time
Play, Playback or Time Search
A. DVR CONFIGURATION
Get into DVR network menu.
B. SYSTEM TIME
Live viewing mode: The current live viewing time.
C. SCREEN FORMAT
Switch screen format and click twice to switch different channels with full
screen.
30
Snapshot.
D.
E.
Full Screen. Click again to return.
F.
REC. Videos are saved as AVI file.
G.
Playback Time Search.
Click
, the following Time Search….. window will popup.
¾
EVENT LIST
Select a HDD to list EVENT LIST on Master or Slave HDD. Click the left
button of the mouse twice to play back the selected event.
¾
TIME SEARCH
Input Date and Time and click Search to play back.
31
6.5 CONFIGURE
A. System - System Information
A-1 SYSTEM INFORMATION
SERVER NAME: This name will show on the IP Installer.
LANUGAGE:There are English, Traditional Chinese, and Simplified
Chinese. After selecting one language, the following dialogue box will
popup and ask the user to confirm.
B. SYSTEM – USER MANAGEMENT
32
User Management provides 3 levels of limits of authority: Administrator (the
highest), User, and Anonymous.
Default administrator account:
Username: admin
Password: admin
B-1 ANONYMOUS USER LOGIN:
YES: Accept anonymous user login without password as guest login.
NO: Anonymous login unacceptable.
B-2 USER MANAGEMENT:
Add: Input Username and Password and then click on Add/Set to save.
Modify: Click on selected User name on User List and the following
window will popup. After inputting Password and Confirm Password, click
on OK.
Remove: Click on selected User name on the user list and click on
Remove.
C. NETWORK – IP SETTING
Click browse to select firmware to upgrade
Click start to reboot the DVR.
D. NETWORK – IP SETTING
33
D-1 IP ASSIGNMENT
DHCP: In Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) mode, DHCP
server will get setting done automatically.
STATIC IP: Please input IP address, Subnet Mask, and Gateway based
on network environment.
D-2
PORT ASSIGNEMENT
With IP Share (Router), the following Ports needed to be adjusted in
case of conflict.
E. NETWORK – PPPoE
E-1 PPPoE SETTING
Click on Enabled to enable ADSL dial function.
Username: Username for ADSL account.
Password: Password for ADSL account.
34
After dialed successfully, new IP address will appear.
E-2 SEND MAIL AFTER DIALED
Click on Enabled to enable SEND MAIL AFTER DIALED function.
E-3 SUBJECT
Mail subject.
F. NETWORK / DDNS SETTING
Click on Enabled to enable DDNS function.
F-1 DYNDNS.ORG
DDNS SETTING - DYNDNS.ORG
PROVIDER: Select dyndns.org
HOSTNAME: The registered hostname in DYNDNS.ORG.
USERNAME: The registered username in DYNDNS.ORG.
PASSWORD: The registered password in DYNDNS.ORG.
SCHEDULE UPDATE: A period of time to update IP address.
STATE
35
1. Updating: Information update.
2. Idle: Stop service.
3. DDNS registered successfully, now log by
http://<username>.ddns.camddns.com: Registered successfully.
4. Updating Failed, the name is already registered.
5. Updating Failed, please check your internet connection.
F-2 DDNS.CAMNNDS.COM
DDNS SETTING – DDNS.CAMDDNS.COM
PROVIDER: Select ddns.camddns.com
USERNAME: The registered username in DDNS.CAMDDNS.COM.
SCHEDULE UPDATE: A period of time to update IP address.
STATE
1. Updating: Information update.
2. Idle: Stop service.
3. DDNS registered successfully, now log by
http://<username>.ddns.camddns.com: Registered successfully.
4. Updating Failed, the name is already registered.
5. Updating Failed, please check your internet connection.
G. AUDIO SETING
Enabled: Enable the audio transmission from DVR to PC.
Disabled: Disable the audio transmission from DVR to PC.
H. EVENT SETTING
36
H-1 MOTION DECTECTION ACTION SETTING
Motion detection action can be set up on each channel individually. After
the motion is detected, it will trigger emails or upload files to FTP.
H-2 SUBJECT
Mail Subject.
H-3 INTERVAL
The interval time between two emails in case the mail is sent out too
frequently.
I. EVENT SETTING/ ALARM SETTING
I-1 EXTERNAL ALARM ACTION SETTING
External alarm action can be set up on each channel individually. After the
external alarm action is detected, it will trigger emails or upload files to
FTP.
I-2 SUBJECT
Mail Subject.
I-3 INTERVAL
The interval time between two emails in case the mail is sent out too
frequently.
37
J. EVENT SETTING/ MAIL & FTP
J-1 MAIL & FTP SETTING
Mail and FTP settings are for motion detection action and external alarm
action. When both actions are detected, it will trigger emails or upload files
to FTP.
38
7.
3GPP APPLICATION & SETTING
3GPP (also known as 3rd Generation Partnership Project) is a corporation which formulate
3rd-generation communication standard specification. Via this wireless communication
protocol, the 3G mobile can perform the remote control. The following example is operated by
Sony Ericsson 3G mobile phone:
1. Press MENU KEY to get into menu.
2. Select Internet services
3. In the Internet services page, press
4. Select Enter address, and press Select
More KEY
KEY
5. Select New address,and press Enter
6. Fill in address rtsp:// <<IP>>/channel
KEY
(rtsp://220.137.65.246/CH03) and press Go
To KEY.
39
8. Success with vivid image
7. “Connected to media server” will
appear
40
Mobile Viewer
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS︰
1. STORAGE SPACE : At least 1MB
2. MEMORY︰At least 6 MB; suggest 10MB
3. SMART PHONE or PDA︰Support Microsoft Windows Mobile or WinCE as
following.
a. Windows Mobile 5
b. Windows Mobile 2003 SE
c. Windows Mobile 2003
d. WinCE 4.0 or above.
IMAGE TRANSMISSION METHODS︰(Depend on SMART PHONE or PDA)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
GPRS
3G (WCDMA…)
3.5G (HSDPA…)
USB LINK
WIFI ( 802.11b / 802.11g … )
Bluetooth
Infrared
EXECUTION PROGRAM︰(MOBILE_VIEWER.exe)
This program do not required to install in PC or PDA. Please save
“MOBILE_VIEWER.exe” on SMART PHONE or PDA via USB Link, Memory Cards, WIFI,
Bluetooth, or Infrared transmissions and so on. Then, click on
“MOBILE_VIEWER.exe” to execute the program.
41
QUICK GUIDE
Build new stie:
1. Click “Site”.
2. Click “Manage”.
3. Click “New”
4. Please key in Name, IP, Port, Account, Password, etc.
5. Click “OK”
Build 3.5G / 3G / GPRS link:
1. Click “Operate”
2. Click “GPRS / 3G”
3. If connection success, H, 3G, or G tag will appear on the top of the screen. (H
means 3.5G of HSDPA, 3G means 3G of WCDMA, G means 2.5G of GPRS)
Surveillance:
1. Please build 3G/GPRS link before surveillance via 3.5G/3G/GPRS.
2. Click “site”
3. Select site on the site list.
4. Click “Select”
Site Management:
1. Click “Site”
2. Select site on the site list
3. Click “Manage”
4. Edit Name, IP, Port, Account, Password, etc
5. Click “OK”
42
MAIN MANU︰
There are 3 main menus, including Live View, Site List, and Site Data.
1. Live View (main screen)
TCP- HPC930
2. Site List
221.21.52.130 TCP-HPC930
221.21.52.139 CDV-3V930HDN
43
3. Site Data
TCP- HPC930
44
Menu :
In the bottom of each main menu, there are two Submenus.
Each main menu can call another submenu or screen.
1. Live view screen
TCP- HPC930
Operate : On click can call submenu
TCP- HPC930
a. Snapshot (save the picture as .jpeg files)
b. Start (Enable the image transmissions methods, including USB
Link, WIFI, Bluetooth, and Infrared).
c. Stop (Disable the image transmission methods, including USB Link,
WIFI, Bluetooth, and Infrared).
45
d. GPRS / 3G (Enable the image transmission method of GPRS or
3G).
e. Change Channel (switch DVR channels).
Channel 1 (switch to channel 1)
Channel 2 (switch to channel 2)
Channel 3 (switch to channel 3)
:
:
Channel 16 (switch to channel 16)
Channel All (switch to 16 channel format).
PTZ Control (Call PTZ control interface)
46
Info :
Show (show the information))
Hide (hide the information)
Exit
Site(Go to Site List)
2. Site list screen:
221.21.52.130 TCP-HPC930
221.21.52.139 CDV-3V930HDN
47
Select (Get back to Live view by click on a selected site).
Manage(Call submenu to configure)
221.21.52.130 TCP-HPC930
221.21.52.139 CDV-3V930HDN
.
1.
2.
3.
4.
New (Add a new site and it will switch to “Site Data” menu.
Edit (Switch to “Site Data”. The user can edit the information).
Delete (Delete a selected site)
Copy(Copy a selected site)
48
3.Site data
TCP- HPC930
1. OK (Save the information and it will switch to Site List).
2. Cancel (Switch to Site List without saving the information).
Name
Site Name.
IP
IP Address or Domain Name.
Port
Internet Port.
Account
User Name.
Password Password.
Video Size The size of the video.
Rotation
Rotate the video.
Stream Num In the Multi-Stream device, it is optional to switch the stream
number.
Protocol Type There are different protocol type (Type 1 H-Protocol, Type 2
W-Protocol, Type 3 A-Protocol, Type 4 S-Protocol, Type 5
R-Protocol). The default is Auto.
49
1. Support 3GPP Mobile Phone
Sony Ericsson K608i
Sony Ericsson 610i
Sony Ericsson W900i
Motorola V3x
2. Support Mobile Viewer Software of Device:
(1) Smart phone:
ASUS P525
Dopod CHT 9000/ 9100
Dopod 900/818/595/586w/586/577w/575/565
Motorola MPX220
WINII S747
(2) PDA:
ASUS ALL ( A716/A620/A620BT/A730/A730W... )
Dell Axim X50 / X51
HP iPAQ hx2700 Serial,HW6365/HW6515/HX2200/HX4700
Dopod CHT9100
Note: If your Mobile phone is as below OS, Our viewers are support them.
1. WindowsMobile2003 / WinCE4.x / WindowsMobile5
2. ARMV4 / X86 CPU
50
Was this manual useful for you? yes no
Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Download PDF

advertisement