NVR Quick Start Guide (QSG): DS-9616NI-I8 - Surveillance

NVR Quick Start Guide (QSG): DS-9616NI-I8 - Surveillance
NVR Quick Start Guide (QSG): DS-9616NI-I8
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Regulatory Information
FCC Information
FCC Compliance: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a
residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
FCC Conditions: This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful interference.
2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
EU Conformity Statement
This product and, if applicable, the supplied accessories too are marked with “CE” and comply therefore with the applicable harmonized European standards listed under
the EMC Directive 2004/108/EC, the RoHS Directive 2011/65/EU.
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this product to your local supplier upon the purchase of equivalent new equipment, or dispose of it at designated collection points. For more information see:
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Industry Canada ICES-003 Compliance: This device meets the CAN ICES-3 (A)/NMB-3(A) standards requirements.
Safety Instruction: These instructions are intended to ensure that the user can use the product correctly to avoid danger or property loss. The precaution measure is divided into
“Warnings” and “Cautions.”
• Warnings: Serious injury or death may occur if any of the warnings are neglected.
• Cautions: Injury or equipment damage may occur if any of the cautions are neglected.
Warnings Follow these safeguards to prevent serious injury or death.
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Cautions Follow these precautions to prevent potential injury or material
damage.
Warnings
Proper configuration of all passwords and other security settings is the responsibility of the installer and/or end-user.
In the use of the product, you must be in strict compliance with the electrical safety regulations of the nation and region. Refer to technical specifications for detailed information.
Do not connect several devices to one power adapter as adapter overload may cause over-heating or a fire hazard.
Please make sure that the plug is firmly connected to the power socket. When the product is mounted on wall or ceiling, the device shall be firmly fixed.
If smoke, odor or noise rise from the device, turn off the power at once and unplug the power cable, and then please contact the service center.
Cautions
Make sure the power supply voltage is correct before using the device.
Do not drop the device or subject it to physical shock.
Do not place the device in extremely hot, cold (the operating temperature shall be -10° C to +55° C (+14° to +131° F), dusty, or damp locations, and do not expose it to high
electromagnetic radiation.
To avoid heat accumulation, good ventilation is required for the operating environment.
Keep the device away from liquid while in use.
While in delivery, the device shall be packed in its original packing, or packing of the same durability.
Regular part replacement: some equipment parts shall be replaced regularly according to their average endurance time. The average time varies because of differences
between operating environments and usage history, so regular checking is recommended for all users. Contact your dealer for more details.
If the product does not work properly, contact your dealer or the nearest service center. Never attempt to disassemble the camera yourself. (We shall not assume any
responsibility for problems caused by unauthorized repair or maintenance.)
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WHAT’S IN THE BOX
Make sure the following items are in your box:
NVR
HDD
(Installed)
HDD Cables
(Installed)
Mouse
Remote
(w/Batteries)
Ear Mounts
HDD Rails
(Installed)
MENU TREE
Use this menu tree to navigate the embedded menus.
FRONT PANEL
Figure 1, DS-9616NI-I8 Front Panel
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AC Cord
QSG
HDD Screws
(Installed)
DVD-ROM
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FRONT PANEL (continued)
No.
Item
1.
Status Indicators
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
IR Sensor
Front Panel Lock
DVD Bay
Number Buttons
USB Ports
Function Buttons
8.
Direction Buttons
9.
Enter
10.
11.
Scroll Wheel
On/Off Power
Description
Ready
Flickers red when data is being read from or written to HDD
HDD
Blinks red when data is being read from/written to HDD
Tx/Rx
Blinks blue when network connection is functioning properly
For remote control
Locks access to hard drives
For DVD drive
To enter numbers
Connects USB mouse or USB flash memory devices
Use to access device functions
Right
Move right
Down
Move down
Left
Move left
Up
Move up
Confirms menu selection. Ticks checkbox fields. In Playback mode, plays or pauses
video. In Single Play mode, advances video a single frame.
Use to scroll through selections
Glows blue when device is on, red when powered off and in standby mode
REAR PANEL
Figure 2, DS-9616NI-I8 Rear Panel
No.
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2
3
4
5
6
7
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9
10
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15
16
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Name
Audio In
RS-232 Interface
RS-485
KB
Alarm Out
Power Input
Power Switch
LAN1/LAN2 Interface
Audio Out
HDMI2
VGA2
VGA1
HDMI1
USB 3.0 Interface
eSATA
SW
Alarm In
GROUND
Description
RCA connector for audio input
Connector for RS-232 devices
Half-duplex connector for RS-485 devices
Connector for keyboard
Connector for alarm outputs
110 to 240 VAC power
Switch for turning the device on/off
Network interfaces
RCA connector for audio output
HDMI video output connector
DB-15 connector for VGA output. Display local video output and menu.
DB-15 connector for VGA output. Display local video output and menu.
HDMI video output connector
USB port for additional device (e.g., USB mouse or USB HDD)
Connector to external eSATA drive
RS-485 end-of-line termination switch
Connector for alarm inputs
Ground (needs to be connected when NVR starts up)
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CONNECT DEVICES
1.
Connect AC power cord to the NVR.
2.
Connect NVR to LAN using Cat 5e cable.
3.
Connect video monitor(s) to NVR using HDMI and/or VGA cables, as appropriate.
4.
Connect mouse to USB port (wireless mouse can be used in lieu of included mouse).
START THE NVR
1.
Plug AC power cord into grounded wall outlet (line conditioning UPS is recommended).
2.
Turn power switch on. Power indicator LED will turn GREEN.
LOCAL ACTIVATION
System access requires a secure, user-assigned password.
 Set Admin Password
First-time access requires user to create an
admin password.
1. Input same password in Create New
Password and Confirm New Password
text fields.
Strong Password REQUIRED
Password must contain 8 to 16 characters,
combining numbers, lower and upper case
letters, and special characters. At least two
types of the above-mentioned characters are
required. Also, reset password regularly.
2. Click OK to activate the device.
 Set Unlock Pattern
Admin user will be prompted to configure an
unlock pattern for login in place of a password.
1. Hold down left mouse button and draw a
pattern by connecting at least four dots on
the screen, with each dot connected only
once). Release mouse button when done.
2. Draw the same pattern again to confirm it.
NOTE: If you forget pattern, select Switch
User to display normal login box.
 Log In (Unlock Pattern)
1. Draw the unlock pattern to unlock system.
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LOCAL ACTIVATION (continued)
 Log In (Dialog Box)
1. User Name field will be prefilled with
“admin.”
2. Input Password (account locks for 30
minutes after 7 incorrect attempts).
3. Click OK.
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INITIALIZE THE HARD DRIVE (IF NEEDED)
The system is set up to record upon power up and will beep and display “Do you want to initialize drive”
prompt if the hard drives are not initialized.
1. Go to MENU > SYSTEM CONFIGURATION > HDD.
2. Use the checkboxes to select the HDDs that need to be initialized.
3. Press INIT. (Factory installed HDDs come initialized. Initializing again will erase any record video.
This does not affect settings).
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HDD LIST
 TOTAL HDD SPACE
 FREE SPACE
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SET DATE AND TIME
1.
Go to MENU > SYSTEM CONFIGURATION > GENERAL.
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 DATE/TIME
Date and time settings
 TIME ZONE
Time zone and daylight savings
time settings
 ENABLE NTP
Network Time Protocol settings
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SET UP NETWORK ACCESS
1.
Go to MENU > SYSTEM CONFIGURATION > NETWORK > GENERAL.
2.
Use pull-down Working Mode menu to select “Multi-address.”
3.
Use the pull-down Select NIC menu to select the network interface card you want to configure as the
camera LAN (“LAN 1” or “LAN 2”).
4.
Use the pull-down Default Route menu to select the NIC that is to connect to the cameras’ LAN.
5.
Uncheck the Enable DHCP checkbox.
6.
Set the IPv4 network IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway to match the IP subnet of the
cameras.
7.
Use the pull-down Select NIC menu to select the network interface card you want to configure for the
external computer LAN.
8.
Set the IPv4 network IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway to match the IP subnet of the
external computer LAN.
9.
Change the “Preferred DNS Server” value to 8.8.8.8 (leave Alternate DNS Server blank).
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SET UP NETWORK ACCESS (continued)
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 GENERAL TAB
Select this tab
WORKING MODE
Set to “Multi-address”
SELECT NIC
Select LAN card to configure
NIC TYPE
Set LAN card’s type
DEFAULT ROUTE
Set NIC linked to camera LAN
ENABLE DHCP
Uncheck box
IPv4 ADDRESS
Enter IP address
PREFERRED DNS SERVER
Default is 8.8.8.8
ALTERNATE DNS SERVER
Leave blank
SET NVR REMOTE ACCESS PORTS
After assigning the IP information, click the More Settings tab.
The More Settings tab contains the ports that need to be forwarded for remote access.
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SERVER PORT is responsible for the mobile app and client software log-in.
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HTTP PORT is responsible for Web browser log-in.
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RTSP PORT is responsible for video/audio streaming.
NOTE:
The HTTP port, server port, and RTSP can be changed to avoid conflicts
with the ISP or if multiple devices are installed at a single location.
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SET UP HIK-CONNECT P2P CLOUD SERVICE
NOTE:
Use the Hik-Connect mobile app (from iOS App Store or Google Play) to create a
Hik-Connect P2P Cloud account to connect Hikvision devices over the Internet. See the
I Series NVR User Manual.
1. Enable Hik-Connect P2P on the NVR.
1). Go to Main Menu > System Configuration > Network > Platform Access.
2). Check the Enable checkbox.
3). Server Address must be “dev.hik-connect.com.” If not, check the Custom checkbox, and type
“dev.hik-connect.com.”
5). Click the Apply button. Status will change to “Online” (if all settings are correct).
6). Note the Serial Number and Verification Code shown here (for use when registering the NVR in
your Hik-Connect account) or use the QR code displayed.
2. To see a device’s video stream on the Hik-Connect mobile app or iVMS-4500 mobile app, you must
add the device.
1) Login to Hik-Connect mobile app with your user name, e-mail, or mobile number and password.
2) On the Home screen, click the “+” button (upper right corner).
3) Enter the device’s information.
 If you have the device’s QR Code: Use the QR Code Scanner to scan the device’s QR Code.
 If you do not have the device’s QR Code: Enter the device information manually:
a. Click the Edit (pencil) icon on top right corner.
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b.
Enter device serial number (device must be online), then click the OK button.
c.
When the device appears on the “Results” screen, click the Add button.
d.
Enter the device’s 6-character Verification Code (all upper case), then click the OK button.
e.
Click the Finish button.
ADD IP CAMERAS
1.
Right click a window in Live View mode to display the menu.
2.
Click Menu to display Menu choices.
3.
Click Cameras Setup to display the Add Cameras window.
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ADD IP CAMERAS (continued)
4.
Add camera(s) as follows:
 Hikvision Camera Connected to Network — Will automatically be detected and displayed at
bottom of camera list in yellow.
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To Add All Cameras – Click the One Touch Adding button.
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To Add Select Cameras – Click the + sign next to each camera you wish to add.
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To Add Cameras Manually by IP Address (undetected Hikvision or third-party cameras)
1) Click the Custom Adding button to display the Add IP Camera (Custom) window.
2) Enter the camera’s IP address and other information as required.
3) Press the Add button to add the camera.
IP Camera Management Icons
Icon
Explanation
Icon
Edit basic camera parameters
Upgrade the connected camera
Camera disconnected; click icon to get
camera’s exception information
Delete the IP camera
Play connected camera’s live video
Camera connected
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Explanation
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CAMERA LIST (White)
Added cameras (white), detected
cameras, not added (yellow) 
+
Click to add camera
CAMERA STATUS
Shows camera connected , not
connected !,
ONE –TOUCH ADDING
Click to add all detected (yellow)
cameras
ENABLE H.265
Use H.265
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NOTE: To change camera
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VIEW LIVE VIDEO
Live View displays real-time video.
Icons in the upper right of screen show
each camera’s record and alarm status.
• Alarm (video loss, tampering, motion
detection, sensor alarm, or VCA
alarm)
• Record (manual record, continuous
record, motion detection, alarm, or
VCA triggered record)
• Event/Exception (event and
exception information appears at
lower-left corner of screen)
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SET UP RECORDING
The system defaults to continuously record video at 8 fps, or at 15 fps when motion is detected.
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Recording Schedule
Default is to continuously record everyday. Do the following to change the recording schedule:
1. Go to MENU > RECORDING CONFIGURATION > SCHEDULE.
2. Choose CONTINUOUS or EVENT/(MOTION DETECTION) under the Type pull-down menu.
3. Use cursor to select (days will turn blue [continuous] or yellow [event/motion detect]) or deselect
(days will turn gray [off]) the calendar days you wish to record.
4. Apply time settings as desired.
5. Press APPLY.
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SET UP RECORDING (continued)
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 TYPE
Motion or Continuous (default)
 COLOR
Shows Recording Schedule days:
• Blue=Continuous
• Yellow=Event (motion/alarm)
• Grey=None
 TIMES
Customize schedule times (ignore for
“motion only” recording)
 ADD
Press to add time settings to
schedule
 ENABLE SCHEDULE
If not checked, camera will not record
Motion Detection Areas
To define the image areas that Motion Detection will monitor for each camera, do the following:
1.
Go to MENU > RECORDING CONFIGURATION > MOTION DETECT.
2.
Use Camera pull-down menu to select camera to configure.
3.
Check the Enable Motion Detection checkbox to enable motion detection.
4.
Use the Sensitivity boxes to select how responsive the detection should be (the more
green boxes lit, the greater the sensitivity).
5.
Drag a grid(s) over the area(s) on the image that will be sensitive to motion.
6.
Click the Settings Set button to configure Arming Schedule (when detection is
enabled) and Linkage Actions (what action(s) to take when motion is detected).
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 CAMERA
Select camera
ENABLE MOTION DETECTION
Click to enable/disable
MOTION GRID
Draw grid area to detect motion
SENSITIVITY
No. of squares sets sensitivity 
 SETTINGS/SET
Set arming schedule, link actions
APPLY
Click to apply settings
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SET UP RECORDING (continued)
 Record Quality
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Main Stream
1.
Go to RECORDING CONFIGURATION > RECORD QUALITY > MAIN STREAM and set
the following items:
- Stream Type enables/disables audio streaming from the cameras (if the camera does
not have audio capabilities, Stream Type will have only Video option).
- Resolution sets recording resolution.
- Bitrate Type saves HDD space when set to Variable. Choices: Variable and
Constant.
- Video Quality adjusts picture clarity (high setting = four green squares is default).
Consider highest if hard drive space allows. Medium setting is a balance between good
picture and saving HDD space.
- Frame Rate sets recording frame rate (8 fps on continuous and 15 on motion by
default). Higher frame rates require more storage, but allows better slow motion
playback.
- Max Bitrate Mode chooses between pre-set bitrate values and customized values
(General setting is default).
IP Cameras
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 MAIN STREAM
Select tab
 CAMERA
Select IP camera
 EVENT
For event recording only (motion
or alarm)
CONTINUOUS
For live view image and
continuous recording
VIDEO QUALITY
Selectnumber of green squares
to set quality (in example,
sensitivity is set to 3)
- Max Bitrate (kbps) is the chosen bitrate for streaming the video. Max Bitrate should be
adjusted to meet or exceed the rate recommended by the system for the chosen
parameters.
- Max Bitrate Recommended is impacted by resolution, quality, and framerate.
- Record Audio turns on audio recording. Requires connection of external microphone
or camera with built in mic.
- Video Stream determines which stream is recorded. Leave at default (Main Stream).
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SET UP RECORDING (continued)
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Substream
1.
Go to RECORDING CONFIGURATION > RECORD QUALITY > SUBSTREAM to set up
the Sub Stream to stream to mobile devices and display multiple cameras locally.
NOTE:
If the upload speed is not sufficient, lower the frame rate, bitrate,
and or resolution for more fluent mobile viewing.
 SUBSTREAM TAB
Select
 CAMERA
Select camera
 STREAM TYPE
Select choice
 RESOLUTION
Can go up only to 4CIF
 VIDEO QUALITY
Select number of green squares
to set quality (in example,
sensitivity is set to 3)
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PLAY BACK RECORDED VIDEO
1.
Go to MENU > PLAYBACK.
2.
Select the desired camera(s) from the menu on the right of the screen.
3.
Select the desired date (days that contain recordings will be blue if recording was continuous only or
yellow if all or part of the day was event recording).
4.
Press PLAY.
5.
Click within the timeline to jump to desired time.
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PLAYBACK TYPE MENU
Select type of record to play
FULL SCREEN
Goes to full screen for multiple
channel playback
PLAY/STOP
Begin playback (toggles between
Play and Stop)
CAMERA LIST
Select camera(s) to play back
CALENDAR
Select date to play back
TIMELINE
Click on timeline to jump to
desired playback time
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PLAY BACK RECORDED VIDEO (continued)
Playback Controls
 Play Back Record Files
1. Go to MENU > LIVE VIEW.
2.
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Left click a Live View window to bring up a shortcut toolbar and click on the
playback.
Playback Controls
1. Right click a Live Image to display a Quick menu and click on
icon for instant
icon for instant playback.
BACK UP VIDEO RECORDINGS AND CLIPS
Back up recorded video clips to ensure important video is not lost or destroyed.
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Choose Recorded Video Clips To Back Up
1. Connect a USB flash drive, HDD, or DVD writer to an available USB port (this step is mandatory).
2. Go to MENU > PLAYBACK.
3. Select cameras for playback.
4. Select the date and beginning time of the incident.
5. Click START CLIPPING
button.
6. Select the ending time of the incident.
7. Click END CLIPPING
button (same button as START CLIPPING). Clip will be marked.
8. Repeat steps 1-6 as many times as required.
9. Click FILE MANAGEMENT
button to display a new window containing all marked clips.
10. Select the desired clips.
11. Click EXPORT to save files to the inserted USB device.
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BACK UP VIDEO RECORDINGS AND CLIPS (continued)
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CAMERA LIST
Select cameras to view
CALENDAR
Select dates to view
PLAY/STOP
Toggles between Play and Stop
START/STOP CLIPPING
Toggles between Start Clipping
and Stop Clipping
LOCK
Locks selected video clips to
prevent them from being deleted
FILE MANAGEMENT
Displays list of saved clips, export
clips from this window
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Lock Video Clips
1. Click on the images of the clips you want to lock.
2. Press the LOCK
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button to prevent the file from being erased.
Back Up Video Clips
3. Connect a USB flash drive, HDD, or DVD writer to an available USB port.
4. Click on the File Management button to display the File Management window.
5. In the File Management window, choose video clip(s) to back up and click Export button.
6. Choose backup device (USB flash drive, USB HDD, or DVD writer).
7. Click Export (to check backup, choose recorded file in Export interface and click
button).
VIDEO CLIPS LIST
Select desired clips to export
EXPORT BUTTON
Save clips to USB device
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Hikvision USA Inc., 18639 Railroad Street, City of Industry, CA 91748, USA
Hikvision Canada, 4485 Dobrin, St-Laurent, Quebec, Canada, H4R 2L8
Telephone: +1-909-895-0400 • Toll Free in USA: +1-866-200-6690
E-Mail: [email protected] • www.hikvision.com
© 2017 Hikvision USA Inc. • All Rights Reserved
Specifications subject to change without notice. QSG DS-9616NI-I8 020317NA
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