digital video recorder - AlarmOn Security Systems Engineers and

digital video recorder - AlarmOn Security Systems Engineers and

LDV-S504_W/WIDE_ENG_MFL-01_0607 (V1.0)

DIGITAL VIDEO

RECORDER

OWNER’S MANUAL

MODEL: LDV-S504

LDV-S503

Before connecting, operating or adjusting this product, please read this owner’s manual carefully and completely.

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CAUTION

RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK

DO NOT OPEN

CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK

OF ELECTRIC SHOCK

DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK)

NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE

REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE

PERSONNEL.

This lightning flash with arrowhead symbol within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated dangerous voltage within the product’s enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.

The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the product.

WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK

HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO RAIN

OR MOISTURE.

REGULATORY INFORMATION: FCC Part 15

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the product is operated in a residential installation. This product 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. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this product does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the product off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.

• Increase the separation between the product and receiver.

• Connect the product into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.

• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

CAUTION:

Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions.

Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided for ventilation and to ensure reliable operation of the product and to protect it from over heating.

The openings should be never be blocked by placing the product on a bed, sofa, rug or other similar surface.This product should not be placed in a built-in installation such as a bookcase or rack unless proper ventilation is provided or the manufacturer's instruction have been adhered to.

FCC WARNING: This equipment may generate or use radio frequency energy. Changes or modifications to this equipment may cause harmful interference unless the modifications are expressly approved in the instruction manual. The user could lose the authority to operate this equipment if an unauthorized change or modification is made.

This product is manufactured to comply with the radio interference requirements of

EEC DIRECTIVE 89/336/EEC, 93/68/EEC and 73/23/EEC.

Disposal of your old appliance

1. When this crossed-out wheeled bin symbol is attached to a product it means the product is covered by the European Directive 2002/96/EC.

2. All electrical and electronic products should be disposed of separately from the municipal waste stream via designated collection facilities appointed by the government or the local authorities.

3. The correct disposal of your old appliance will help prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human health.

4. For more detailed information about disposal of your old appliance, please contact your city office, waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased the product.

IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

CAUTION: PLEASE READ AND OBSERVE ALL WARNINGS AND INSTRUCTIONS IN THIS OWNER’S

MANUAL. AND THOSE MARKED ON THE PRODUCT. RETAIN THIS BOOKLET FOR FUTURE

REFERENCE.

This product has been designed and manufactured to assure personal safety. Improper use can result in electric shock or fire hazard. The safeguards incorporated in this product will protect you if you observe the following procedures for installation, use, and servicing.

This product does not contain any parts that can be repaired by the user.

DO NOT REMOVE THE CABINET COVER, OR YOU MAY BE EXPOSED TO DANGEROUS VOLTAGE.

REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL ONLY.

1. Read these instructions. - All these safety and operating instructions should be read before the product is operated.

2. Keep these instructions. - The safety, operating and use instructions should be retained for future reference.

3. Heed all warnings. - All warnings on the product and in the operating instructions should be adhered to.

4. Follow all instructions. - All operating and use instructions should be followed.

5. Do not use this apparatus near water. – For example: near a bath tub, wash bowl, kitchen sink, laundry tub, in a wet basement; or near a swimming pool; and other areas located near water.

6. Clean only with dry cloth. – Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners.

7. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions. -

Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided for ventilation and to ensure reliable operation of the product and to protect it from over- heating. The openings should never be blocked by placing the product on a bed, sofa, rug or other similar surface.

This product should not be placed in a built-in installation such as a bookcase or rack unless proper ventilation is provided or the manufacturer’s instructions have been adhered to.

8. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.

9. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong are provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.

10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the product.

11. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.

12. Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/product combination to avoid injury from tip-over.

13. Unplug this product during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time.

14. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the product has been damaged in any way, such as powersupply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the product, the product has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.

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Safety warnings and Cautions

The following are warnings and cautions for the safety of the users and for the prevention of any property damage. Please read below thoroughly.

WARNING

• Turn off the system before installing the system. Do not plug in several electric devices to the same outlet.

- This may cause heating, fire, or electric shock.

• Do not place any liquid container on the system, such as water, coffee, or beverage.

- If liquid is poured onto the system, it can cause a system breakdown or cause fire.

• Prevent power cable from being severely bent or pressed by a heavy object.

- This may cause fire.

• Clean the dust around the system on regular basis.

When cleaning the system, always use dry cloth.

Do not use wet cloth or other organic solvents.

- This may damage the surface of the system and can cause system breakdown or electric shock.

• Avoid any place with moisture, dust, or soot.

- This can cause fire or electric shock.

• When pulling the power cable from the plug, do so gently. Do not touch the plug with wet hands and avoid using the plug if the holes on the outlet are too loose.

- This may cause fire or electric shock.

• Do not attempt to disassemble, repair, or modify the system on your own. It is extremely dangerous due to high voltage running through the system.

- This may cause fire, electric shock, or serious injuries.

• Check for any danger signs such as moist floor, loosened or damaged power cable, or unstable surface. If you encounter any problems, ask for assistance from your dealer.

- This may cause fire or electric shock.

• Keep at least 15cm between the back of the system and a wall for the cables connected into the system. Otherwise, cables may be bent, damaged, or cut.

- This may cause fire, electric shock, or injuries.

• Install the system in a cool place without direct sunlight and always maintain room temperature. Avoid candle light and heat generating devices such as heater. Keep the system away from places where many people pass.

- This may cause fire.

• Install the system on a plain surface with sufficient air ventilation. Do not place the system on elevated surface.

- This may cause system breakdown or serious injuries.

• The power outlet must be placed on a ground, and the voltage range must be within 10% of the voltage rate. Do not use the same outlet with a hair dryer, iron, refrigerator, or any heating appliances.

- This may cause fire, heating, an electric shock.

• When the system’s battery is deplete, you must change it with the same or equivalent type of battery specified by the manufacturer. Depleted batteries should be discarded according to manufacturer’s instructions.

- This may cause an explosion.

• If the system’s HDD exceeded its life span, you may not be able to recover any data stored inside the HDD. If the video on the system screen appears ‘damaged’ while playing a recording stored inside the system’s HDD, it must be replaced with a new one. Ask for an engineer’s assistance for HDD replacement from your dealer.

- LG Electronics is not responsible for deleted data caused by user’s mishandling.

CAUTION

Please beware of the following precautions before installing the DVR.

• Avoid positioning the product in any place where the unit may come into contact with moisture, dust, or soot.

• Avoid placing in direct sunlight or near heating appliances.

• Keep the product away from electric shock or magnetic substances.

• Avoid temperature extremes (recommended operation temperature is between 0°C and ~40°C).

• Do not place any conductive material through the ventilation grills.

• Keep the system turned off before installation.

• Ensure enough space is left for cable connections.

• Place the system on a solid surface with sufficient air ventilation. Avoid any surface that vibrates.

• Placing the system near electronic devices such as radio or TV may cause breakdown to the product.

• Do not disassemble the product without seeking assistance from LG Electronics.

• Do not place any heavy object on the system.

• Prevent any substances from being inserted into the system.

- This may cause system breakdown.

• Install the system in a place with sufficient air ventilation.

- Keep at least 15cm distance between the back of the system and a wall, and at least 5cm distance between the side of the system and a wall.

• Do not install the system in a place with high magnetic, electric wave, or wireless devices such as radio or TV.

- Install the system in a place without magnetic objects, electric frequencies, or vibration.

• Do not place any heavy object on the system.

- This may cause system breakdown.

• Install the system on a stable and leveled surface..

- The system may not operate properly.

• Install the system in a place with appropriate moisture and temperature level.

- Avoid installing the system with high (over 40°C) or low (under 0°C) temperature.

• The system can be damaged from a strong impact or vibration. Avoid throwing objects within the vicinity of the system.

• Avoid direct sunlight or any heating appliances.

- Recommended operating temperature is over

0°C(32°F)

• Ventilate the air inside the system operation room, and tighten the system cover firmly.

- System breakdown may be caused by inappropriate environment.

It is recommended to use AVR (Automatic Voltage

Regulator) for stable power supply.

It is recommended to coil the core-ferrite around the connector of the system to avoid electromagnetic interference.

• The outlet must be placed on the ground.

• If there is strange sound or smell, unplug the power cable immediately and contact the service center.

- This may cause fire or electric shock.

• In order to maintain stable system performance, have your system checked regularly by the service center.

- LG Electronics is not held responsible for system breakdown caused by user’s mishandling.

- Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect type. Dispose of used batteries according to the instruction.

• Do not overturn the product under use.

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INTRODUCTION

Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7

Front panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-9

Rear Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10

Remote Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11

SEARCH AND PLAYBACK

PLAYBACK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39

SEARCH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40-43

EXPORT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44

CLIENT PROGRAM

HOOKUP AND SETTINGS

Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12

Basic connections overview . . . . . . . . . . . . .12

Connecting RS-422/485 device . . . . . . . . . . .13

Connecting Sensor input and Alarm Output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13

Connecting USB device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14

Connecting Network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14

Connecting RS-232C port . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14

Connecting CONSOLE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14

About the internal hard disk drive . . . . . . . .15

Install or Replace the hard disk drive . . .15-19

Before Operating System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19

System Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20

System Shutdown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20

General Explanation of Live Screen on th main Monitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21

Live Screen mode select . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22

PTZ Camera control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23-24

Viewing the System Information . . . . . . . . .24

Viewing the System Log List . . . . . . . . . . . .24

Menu Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25

Camera Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26-27

Schedule Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28-29

Display Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30

Event Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31

Network Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32-33

System Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34-37

PC Requirement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45

Client Program Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45

Connecting to the DVR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46-47

Live Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48-50

Search Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51-52

Remote Setup Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53-57

ADDITIONAL PROGRAM

Emergency Agent program . . . . . . . . . . .58-59

Export Viewer program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .60

REFERENCE

Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .61-63

Recommended Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .64

Factory Default Configuration Settings . .65-67

Recording Time Table (250GB HDD) . . . .68-69

Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .70

RECORDING

Instant Recording . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38

Introduction

Stable embedded Linux operating system.

File system recovery of HDD after power recovery by journaling file system.

Small file sizes by MPEG-4 compression.

Internal storage is expandable up to 2TB.

(Expandable if new high capacity HDD is launched)

NTSC and PAL selectable video format.

Full realtime recording.

- Up to [email protected] X 240 : LDV-S504 NTSC

- Up to [email protected] X 288 : LDV-S504 PAL

- Up to [email protected] X 240 : LDV-S503 NTSC

- Up to [email protected] X 288 : LDV-S503 PAL

Various recording resolution and quality level.

- D1(704x480), Half D1(704x240), CIF(352x240)

: NTSC

- D1(704x576), Half D1(704x288), CIF(352x288)

: PAL.

- 5 step quality level (Best, High, Normal, Low,

Lowest).

Easy operation using various user interface & user friendly GUI.

- Optical mouse, Full function IR remote controller, Jog/Shuttle

Powerful multiplex function.

- Simultaneous live display, Recording, Playback,

Network transmission, Back-up.

Various search function.

- Date/Time Search, Event Search, Bookmark

Search, Smart Search.

Event data protection by event partition recording.

Pre-alarm recording (Up to 1minute).

Motion event recording and preview test function of motion sensitivity.

Recording image rate & quality adjustment per individual camera.

Powerful record scheduling.

Instant playback in surveillance mode.

- Play within 1~2 sec after recording start.

POP(Picture Over Picture) playback.

- Viewing live and playback video simultaneously.

8 audio channels input & perfect Audio/Video synchronization.

- Recording and Playback of eight audio channels.

- Perfect Audio/Video synchronization during recording, playback, network transmission.

Automatic backup by schedule.

Image authentication (Watermark).

Three USB 2.0 port for backup interface.

Setup configuration export/import with USB memory stick or network.

Easy system S/W update with USB memory stick or network.

Clients S/W can manage max 100 DVR servers.

Max five clients can access one DVR server simultaneously.

Network bandwidth throttle.

- Automatically adjust a bandwidth according to network speed status of unit.

Remote alarm notification via client software or E-mail.

Time and date sync from NTP server.

Daylight saving mode.

Covert camera protection.

Back-up CD auto run.

User management (User level control).

PTZ Control.

- For more details see page 64.

- Dome camera telemetry control (Dome OSD control).

Model LDV-S504 (16 Channel) is used for the description, operation and details provided in this operating guide.

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Front Panel

x LDV-S504 a b c d e f g h i x

LDV-S503 a b j c k l mn d e f g h o

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i j k l mn o a

LAN Indicator

Lights when the network is connected.

HDD Indicator

Blinks when the HDD is accessed.

ALARM Indicator

Lights when the alarm out is in progress.

b

LOCK

Displays the lock menu to change the user type or disable the system operation.

MAIN

Displays the MAIN menu to set the screen mode of monitor among full, 4, 6, 8, 9 or 16 screens. Set the video output signal to VGA mode.

SPOT

Enter SPOT mode to allow spot monitor control.

Set the video output signal to MAIN-OUT and

S-VIDEO mode.

SHIFT

If you use the Sub-function of the channel button, the button is activated with this button. c

Channel buttons

You can input a number with channel buttons.

You can also use the channel buttons for subfunction with SHIFT button. The LED in the button indicates the status as follows.

- Off : Without the video input signal.

- Green : The current status is live mode.

- Red : The recording mode.

Blinks when an event occurs.

(3) FOCUS - / (4) FOCUS +

Adjust focus position .

(5) OSD

Accesses or removes the System Control Bar

(OSD).

(6) INFO

Display or remove the System information.

(7) IRIS - / (8) IRIS +

Adjust Iris position.

(9) ALM.OFF

Cancels alarm activation and returns the system to the condition before the alarm was activated.

(10/0) LOG

Display or remove the System Log List.

(11) SET

Registers preset positions of cameras.

(12) CLEAR

Delete a memorized preset position.

(13) COPY

Copies the recording data to external device.

(14) MARK

Set the Mark point for recording search.

(15) MOVE

Move the camera to the preset position.

(16) TOUR

Tour all registered preset positions in the camera.

d

PTZ

Switches this unit to PTZ mode to control the

PTZ camera connected.

e

Arrow buttons (b B v V)

Selects or moves on the menu options.

ENTER

Confirms menu selections.

f

SETUP/ESC

Displays the setup menu or cancels operation on the setup menus.

g

JOG dial

Forward or Backward frame search.

In pause mode, plays recorded images frame by frame when rotated. Increase or decrease the options value.

h

Shuttle ring

Fast forward or backward picture search when the dial is rotated.

i

1

Power

Turns DVR on or off.

Press and hold for more than 2 seconds to turn on or off.

j

Playback Control buttons

- X : Pauses playback.

- m/c/. : Search backward the recorded images or skip the recorded images.

- bB : Playback or reverse playback recorded image.

- M/C/> : Search forward the recorded images or skip the recorded images.

- x : Stops playback.

k

Remote Sensor

Point the recorder Remote Control here.

l

ZOOM + / -

Zooms in/out on live images or in playback window.

m

SEARCH

Displays the searching menu.

n

REC

Start or Stop recording.

o

USB port

Connect a external USB device for backup or playback.

Accessories

Software

Install CD (1)

IDE Cable (2)

Extension HDD

Power Cable (2)

Rack Mount

Bracket (2)

AAA

AAA

Power plug (2)

Mouse (1)

AAA Type

Battery (2)

Remote control (1)

Terminal

Blocks

Screws

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Rear Panel

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LDV-S504 a b c d

SENSOR-IN

e x LDV-S503 f g h i j k l m n o a b p q r c d

SENSOR-IN

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e f g h i j k l m n o a

VIDEO INPUT

Connect the cameras video output to these

BNC connectors.

b

SENSOR-IN terminals

Input terminals for alarm signal.

c

AUDIO OUT

Connect the audio input signal of an external device.

d

AUDIO INPUT

Connect the audio output of an external device.

e

RS-422/485 terminals

Connect RS422/485 compatible cameras.

f

RS-232C connector

Used to connect to a host device equipped with

RS-232C connector (such as a personal computer). This unit can be controlled from other devices via this connector.

g

LOOP OUT

The signal from VIDEO INPUT connector is looped out to this connector.

h

CONSOLE

Used to connect to a host device equipped with

RS-232C connector (such as a personal computer). This unit can be controlled from other devices via this connector.

The Serial Flow Control is supported.

p q r i

LAN port

Connect the ethernet 10/100Mbps network cable for controlling this unit using a PC via network.

j

SPOT-OUT (BNC type connector)

Connect to spot monitor or display device.

k

MAIN-OUT (BNC type connector)

Connect to main monitor or display device.

l

S-VIDEO

Connect a S-Video compatible monitor.

The image will be same as the monitor connected in the MAIN-OUT jack.

m

VGA

Connect a VGA monitor.

n

USB ports

Connect an optional extension USB device.

o

ALARM-OUT terminals

Output terminals for alarm signal.

p

Cooling fan

q

Power Cord Inlet (AC IN)

Connect the power plug.

r

Power Switch

Turns the main power on and off.

Remote Control

POWER (1

)

Turns DVR on or off.

LOCK

Displays the lock menu to change the user type or disable the system operation.

ID

Set the appropriate system ID of the DVR to operate via the IR

Remote Controller when using the multiple DVR.

Press the ID button then, press the number button within 2 seconds to select the system ID of the DVR.

If you set the system ID to “0”, you can control the multiple DVR at the same time.

MAIN

Displays the MAIN menu to set the screen mode of monitor among full, 4, 6, 8, 9 or 16 screens.

SPOT

Enter SPOT mode to allow spot monitor control.

ALM.OFF

Cancels alarm activation and returns the system to the condition before the alarm was activated.

OSD

Accesses or removes the System

Control Bar (OSD).

SETUP/ESC

Displays the setup menu or cancels operation on the setup menus.

Selects or moves on the menu options.

ENTER

v V

)

Confirms menu selections.

COPY

Copies the recording data to external device.

SEARCH

Displays the searching menu.

MARK

Set the Mark point for recording search. You can set the mark point during the single channel playback of recorded data.

PAUSE (X

)

Pauses playback.

STOP(x

)

Stops playback.

REC (z

)

Start or Stop recording. m/c/.

Search backward the recorded images or skip the recorded images.

bB

Playback or reverse playback recorded image.

M/C/>

Search forward the recorded images or skip the recorded images.

Number buttons (0,1-9)

To select the PTZ preset number,

ID or channel.

INFO

Display or remove the System information window.

LOG

Display or remove the System Log

List window.

PTZ

Switches this unit to PTZ mode to control the PTZ camera connected.

TOUR

Tour all registered preset positions in the camera.

ZOOM + / -

Zooms in/out on live images or in playback window.

FOCUS + / -

Adjust the focus of a camera.

IRIS + / -

Adjust the iris of a camera.

PRESET

- SET : Register camera preset positions of PTZ camera.

- CLEAR : Delete a memorized preset position.

- MOVE : Move the camera to the preset position.

F1

This button is not available.

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HOOKUP AND SETTINGS

Depending on your camera and other equipments which are various ways you can connect the unit. Please refer to the manuals of your camera or other devices as necessary for additional connection information.

Be sure to switch the camera off before installation and connection.

Connect the coaxial type cameras

(Up to 16 cameras).

Connect Audio

(Line input)

For Audio Amplifier

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Use this port to connect PTZ cameras, DVRs or keypads

(optional).

Connect network cable for client control.

Connect spot monitor.

Connect power code

Connect mouse for use this operation system or

USB device for backup, copy or etc.

BNC or S-VIDEO

Type Monitor

VGA Monitor

Connect main monitor (The same video signal supplied to these connector.).

You must select the video output mode to use the main monitor. (See page 19)

This DVR has two DATA terminals.

Use this port to connect PTZ cameras, DVRs or keypads (optional).

Example, when the PTZ camera is connected.

1. Connecting the PTZ serial communication lines to terminal block.

2. Connecting the terminal block to the RS-422/485 terminal.

Rear of the DVR

Alarm terminals are used to connect the alarming devices such as sensors, door switches, etc.

Sensor input

Connect up to 16 alarm sensors (LDV-S503 : 8 alarm sensors) using the terminal blocks.

Each alarm sensors should be connected with

G(GND).

The signal state is adjustable to N/O (Normal Open) or N/C (Normal Close) in setup menu.

Rear of the DVR

5~7 mm

RX- RX+ RX- RX+

PTZ Units

(RS-422/485 TYPE)

RS-422/485 Terminal

TX - (DATA -)

TX + (DATA +)

RX - (DATA -)

RX + (DATA +)

GND

RX- RX+ RX- RX+

PTZ Units

(RS-422/485 TYPE)

Description

Data Transmission

Data Transmission

Data Reception

Data Reception

Shield

Notes :

When connecting lines, connect the TX - of the

DVR to RX - of the PTZ unit and TX + of the DVR to RX + of the PTZ unit correctly.

• Recommended initial data are 9600 Baud Rate,

8 Data bits, 1 Stop bit and No parity.

• When connecting PTZ cameras to DVRs, it is necessary to set SETUP MENU of this unit according to the RS-485 settings of the camera and DVRs.

Terminal No.

1

14

15

16

G

11

12

G

13

4

G

2

3

8

G

9

10

5

6

7

SENSOR-IN

Description

Sensor Input 1

Sensor Input 2

Sensor Input 3

Sensor Input 4

Ground

Sensor Input 5

Sensor Input 6

Sensor Input 7

Sensor Input 8

Ground

Sensor Input 9

Sensor Input 10

Sensor Input 11

Sensor Input 12

Ground

Sensor Input 13

Sensor Input 14

Sensor Input 15

Sensor Input 16

Ground

13

14

Alarm output

Connect up to 8 separate alarms (LDV-S503 : 4 separate alarms) to the Alarm Output.

Alarm signal output at an event occurrence.

Rear of the DVR

USB memory device

Insert the memory device into the USB port. The system automatically recognizes the device.

Using an USB memory device, you can upgrade the system S/W easily.

USB backup device

Connect the USB cable of USB backup device to the

USB port on the rear panel of this unit.

(Example : CD/DVD-R/RW drive, HDD, and other external storage.)

Mouse

Connect the USB mouse for function control of this unit.

Note :

The internal switching relays are rated for 0.5A at

125V AC or 1A at 30V DC. If the electric current is higher than that, the unit can be damaged.

Terminal No.

1

2

G

5

3

4

8

G

6

7

Description

Alarm output 1

Alarm output 2

Alarm output 3

Alarm output 4

Ground

Alarm output 5

Alarm output 6

Alarm output 7

Alarm output 8

Ground

LAN connection

Connect the LAN port to an available 10/100 base-T port with a straight ethernet cable (not supplied).

The LAN indicator on the front panel will be lit.

Automatic network configuration

The DVR can automatically obtain and configure the network interface via DHCP. (see page 32)

Manually configure network

The DVR may be manually configured by assigning an IP address, subnet mask, gateway DNS. (see page 32)

The RS-232C is used for communication with a connected PC. This terminal is compliant with the RS-

232C standard.

Used to connect to a host device equipped with RS-

232C connector (such as a personal computer). This unit can be controlled from other devices via this connector.

The Serial Flow Control is supported.

The internal hard disk drive (HDD) is a fragile piece of equipment. Please use the DVR following the guidelines below to protect against possible HDD failure.

We recommend that you back up your important recordings onto external backup device in order to prevent accidental loss.

Make sure that the Power is turned OFF when attaching or removing the HDD.

• Do not move the DVR while it is power on.

• Do not block the rear vent/cooling fan.

• Do not use the DVR in excessively hot or humid places, or in places that may be subject to sudden changes in temperature. Sudden changes in temperature can cause condensation to form inside the

DVR. This can be a cause of HDD failure.

• While the DVR is switched on, do not unplug from the wall socket or switch the electricity off from the breaker switch.

• If there’s a power failure while the DVR is on there is a chance that some data on the HDD will be lost.

• Do not drop the HDD. Also do not put the metallic object such as a coin or a screw driver into the

HDD tray.

• When a power failure occurs during recording, avoid adding, replacing or transporting the HDD as the recorded data may be erased. In this case, turn the power back on to boot up the unit normally with the HDD that was being used at the time of the power failure attached. Then add, replace, or transport the HDD.

• HDD is very delicate. Handle the HDD with care and follow the precautions below because even a small shock may damage the internal components of the HDD.

- Do not place the HDD on a desk or a table directly. Put a thick cushion under the HDD because even a small shock may damage the internal components of the HDD.

- Do not use an electric screwdriver. Vibrations and shocks caused by an electric screwdriver may damage the internal components of the

HDD.

- When replacing the HDD, do not knock the HDD with other components such as the another HDD and the HDD tray.

- Do not knock the HDD with tools such as a driver when replacing the HDD.

• Protect the hard disk drives from static electricity.

Install the hard disk drive

You can install HDD up to 4.

However, since the product contains has many parts which may incur electric shock, accident or product breakdown and improper installation or setup may disturb HDD recognition or normal product operation, you shall consult with an expert of the agency where you bought the product.

Turn the power of the unit off and detach the power plug from the outlet.

1. Remove the fixing screws on the left/right side and rear panel.

2. Detach the top case by sliding it after removing the screws.

3. Detach the front panel as shown below.

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4. Remove the screws and detach the hard disk mounting brackets from the unit.

• In case of 3 HDDs installation.

A Attach the first HDD onto the upper side of the Primary HDD mounting bracket and set the Primary Master HDD.

B Attach the second HDD onto the lower side of the Primary HDD mounting bracket and set the Primary Slave HDD.

C Attach the third HDD onto the upper side of the Secondary HDD mounting bracket and set the Secondary Master HDD.

A

B

Primary HDD mounting bracket

Secondary HDD mounting bracket

5. Attach the HDD onto the hard disk mounting brackets with four screws as shown below.

• In case of 1 HDD installation.

: Attach the HDD onto the upper side of the

Primary HDD mounting bracket and set the

Primary Master HDD.

• In case of 2 HDDs installation.

A Attach the one of HDDs onto the upper side of the Primary HDD mounting bracket and set the Primary Master HDD.

B Attach the other HDD onto the lower side of the Primary HDD mounting bracket and set the Primary Slave HDD.

C

• In case of 4 HDDs installation.

A Attach the first HDD onto the upper side of the Primary HDD mounting bracket and set the Primary Master HDD.

B Attach the second HDD onto the lower side of the Primary HDD mounting bracket and set the Primary Slave HDD.

C Attach the third HDD onto the upper side of the Secondary HDD mounting bracket and set the Secondary Master HDD.

D Attach the fourth HDD onto the lower side of the Secondary HDD mounting bracket and set the Secondary Slave HDD.

A

B

A

B

D

C

6. Connect the extension HDD power cable.

• In case of 3 HDD installed.

Connect the IDE cable to the IDE terminal of

HDD using the Primary IDE cable and

Secondary IDE cable.

To Primary

Master HDD

To Primary

Slave HDD

To Secondary

Master HDD

Primary IDE cable

7. Connect the IDE cable.

You must connect the IDE cable as shown below.

• In case of 1 or 2 HDD installed.

Connect the IDE cable to the IDE terminal of

HDD using the Primary IDE cable.

Secondary IDE cable

• In case of 4 HDD installed.

Connect the IDE cable to the IDE terminal of

HDD using the Primary IDE cable and

Secondary IDE cable.

To Primary

Master HDD

To Primary

Master HDD

To Primary

Slave HDD

Primary IDE cable

To Primary

Master HDD

To Primary

Slave HDD

To Secondary

Master HDD

To Secondary

Slave HDD

Secondary IDE cable

Primary IDE cable

Primary IDE cable

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8. Attach the hard disk mounting brackets in reverse order from step 4 to step 3.

9. Connect the power cable.

Extension

HDD power cable.

Power cable of power supply.

10. Connect the IDE cable to the IDE connector on the main board. You must connect the IDE cable as shown below.

Primary IDE cable

Secondary IDE cable

Replace the hard disk drive

Turn the power of the unit off and detach the power plug from the outlet.

1. Follow steps 1-3 as shown [Install the hard disk drive].

2. Remove the screws and detach the hard disk mounting brackets from the unit.

IDE1 (Primary

HDD connector)

3. Remove the connector from the HDD.

IDE2 (Secondary

HDD connector)

11. Assemble the front panel and top case.

12. Fix the screws.

13. After installing the HDD, you must format the

HDD using the setup menu (See page 35).

Notes :

• When you add the new HDD, do not change the position or jump setting of HDD.

It may delete the current data and cause a malfunction.

• You must connect the Primary IDE cable to Primary

IDE connector on the main board and the

Secondary IDE cable to Secondary IDE connector on the main board.

4. Remove the screws from the hard disk drive on the left/right side of hard disk mounting bracket.

5. Remove the HDD from the hard disk mounting bracket.

You can select the Main monitor type to display the main screen.

1. Insert the power plug to an outlet.

(Make sure the power source is AC 100~240V,

50/60Hz)

2. Turn on the main power switch on the rear panel.

The power indicator LED on the front panel red light.

3. Select monitor type.

VGA Monitor :

When you connect the VGA jack on the rear of

DVR, press and hold MAIN button on the front panel until the beep sound to display the main screen.

6. Install new HDD in the reverse order of replace the hard disk drive.

7. After replacing the hard disk drive, insert the power plug into the outlet and turn the power of the unit.

Notes :

When you install or replace the HDDs to the

hard disk mounting bracket, you must set the

HDD jumper to slave or master.

You must install the HDD as shown below.

- Upper sides : Set the Master HDD.

- Lower sides : Set the Slave HDD.

• How and where to set the HDD Jumper depend on the manufacturer or model specification. Therefore, read the instructions printed on top of the product carefully or manual enclosed in the product before installing the jumper.

- If the Jumper Pin Settings are identical with each other in terms of priority, either HDD may not be detected in the DVR or malfunction may occur.

• Make sure that each of the IDE Cables is connected to the Connector Housing through its holes.

• Do not stack them, nor keep them upright.

• Do not use an electric screwdriver to fix them.

CCTV (Composite video type) Monitor :

When you connect the MAIN-OUT or S-

VIDEO jack on the rear of DVR, Press and hold SPOT button on the front panel until the beep sounds to display the main screen.

Note :

You can select monitor type by using the MAIN or

SPOT button at anytime. If you change the monitor type, the system will be rebooted automatically.

4. Turn on the sub power.

Recommended HDD

The following HDD has been tested and compatibility is ensured.

When you attach multiple HDDs, use the recommended HDDs.

Maker

Hitachi

Seagate

RPM Capacity

7,200 80 GB

7,200 160 GB

7,200 250 GB

7,200 320 GB

7,200 500 GB

7,200 200 GB

7,200 250 GB

7,200 300 GB

7,200 500 GB

Interface

Ultra

ATA133

Ultra

ATA100

Model No.

HDS728080PLAT20

HDT722525DLAT80

HDT722516DLAT80

HDT725032VLAT80

HDT250250VLAT80

ST3200827ACE

ST3250824ACE

ST3300822ACE

ST3500841ACE

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1. Press and hold POWER for a few seconds to turn on the sub power. The power indicators green light and system booting will be started. The LG logo image will be displayed on the main monitor during the system booting.

2. When the booting is completed, the login window will be displayed.

Select a user type by using the Mouse or Arrow and ENTER button on the Remote Control or front panel.

• You are not allowed to connect VGA Monitor and

Composite Monitor simultaneously. Consequently, the user is obliged to choose either Composite

Monitor or VGA Monitor. Set to Composite Monitor,

VGA output does not come out. Set to VGA

Monitor, Composite output does not come out.

SPOT-OUT is always out regardless of monitor setting.

• This DVR is based on VGA monitor for using the

OSD. We recommend to use the VGA monitor with this unit. If you use a composite monitor, the OSD quality may low to read it.

1. First, you must stop playback and escape setup menu.

In playback, press STOP.

2. Press and hold POWER for a few seconds, the logout window will be displayed.

ADMINISTRATOR : Operating the unit without limitation.

POWER : Use the limited functions of system.

(The Setup configuration is not allowed to change)

NORMAL : Use the limited functions of system. (Split the monitor, Live image view and

Recording image are available)

3. Enter the password by using the virtual keyboard.

(Initial password is “0000”).

4. Press LOCK or click the OK(LOCK) icon.

You can see the live screen and operate the system.

Notes :

• User access rights

User Level

Live image view

Alarm Off

Export

PTZ

Setup

Search & Play

Instant Record

Shut Down

ADMINISTRATOR POWER NORMAL

YES YES YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

NO

NO

NO

YES

YES

YES

YES

NO

YES

YES

NO

NO

NO

NO

NO

3. Enter the password by using the virtual keyboard.

4. Press LOCK or click the OK(LOCK) icon.

System will be shutdown and the power indicators red light on the front panel.

5. Turn off the main power switch on the rear panel.

Main monitor screen

a b c d e f f

System Control Bar

Displays the current date and time

- N (Normal partition) :

Used Size/Total Size.

- E (Event partition) :

Used Size/Total Size.

Displays the Setup menu.

Display/Hide playback control bar.

Displays the Search menu.

Pause playback.

Displays the PTZ remote control window.

Jump to the beginning of the current data that recorded in same date.

a

Channel number

Displays the channel number.

b c

Channel Name

Displays the edited channel name.

Camera status icon

Displays screen division selection window for main monitor.

Displays screen division selection window for spot monitor.

Select the required scan speed.

Jump to the last 1 minute of the current data that recorded in same date.

PTZ camera icon

Displays the PTZ camera status.

Stop playback.

• Input audio icon

Displays the input audio status.

Displays lock menu to change the user type or disable the system operation.

Displays playback status.

Recording status icon

Displays the recording status.

Green “C” indicates continuous recording.

Green “I” indicates Instant recording.

Red “S” indicates sensor triggered recording.

Blue “M” indicates motion detection recording.

White “N” indicates the channel is not being recorded.

d

Selected channel

Displays the selected channel with red box.

e

Live screen

Displays current surveillance live screen.

Displays system log list window.

Enlarge/Reduce the playback window.

Turns the alarm off.

Click at a desired point to be marked during playback. Up to 15 points can be marked.

Displays system information window.

Displays copy(export) menu.

Displays HDD remain status.

Note :

Use OSD with SHIFT button on the front panel or

Click the right button on the mouse to display / remove the system control bar displayed on-screen.

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Main Monitor

You can select the live screen mode to full, 4-split, 6split, 8-split, 9-split or 16-split screens of main monitor.

1. Press MAIN or click the MAIN icon in the system control bar.

Screen mode select menu of main monitor is displayed on the main monitor.

2. Select screen mode.

Selected Main Channel

Screen mode

Spot Monitor

You can select the live screen mode to full or 4-split screens on the spot monitor.

1. Press SPOT or Click the SPOT icon in the system control bar.

Screen mode select menu of spot monitor is displayed on the main monitor.

2. Select screen mode.

Selected Spot Channel

Screen mode

Selected split mode

Sequence

Selected split mode

Sequence

Channel Buttons

Channel Buttons

- Channel Number : Press the 1 to 16 channel button to see the current surveillance image in the selected live screen on the main monitor.

- Full screen mode : When you see the selected channel in a full screen.

- 4, 6, 8, 9 and 16 split mode : Displays selected split screen on the main monitor.

- Sequence : View the all channels in sequence.

- Channel Number : Press the 1 to 16 channel button to see the current surveillance image on the spot monitor.

- Full screen mode : When you see the selected channel in a full screen.

- 4 split mode : Display 4 split screens on the spot monitor.

- Sequence : View the all channels in sequence.

3. Select [OK (SPOT)] and press ENTER to confirm your selection.

3. Select [OK (MAIN)] and press ENTER to confirm your selection.

Note :

To display the screen you desire to watch in full screen, double click the desired channel.

You can control the cameras connected via data port of RS-422/485 terminal. You must set the configuration between the PTZ camera and the DVR.

1. Select PTZ camera channel on the main monitor you want to control.

2. Press PTZ or Click the PTZ icon in the system control bar.

Virtual PTZ remote control is displayed on the main monitor.

3. Use each items to control the PTZ camera.

a b h

SET

Register preset positions of camera.

i

MOVE

Move the camera to the preset position.

j

CLEAR

Delete a memorized preset position.

k

TOUR

Start preset tour.

l

SETUP

Displays the setup menu of PTZ camera.

h i j k l a

Exit

Remove the PTZ virtual remote control.

b v/V/b/B

Use to Pan/Tilt the camera. c d e f g

Preset settings

Preset position is the function to register camera monitoring positions (preset positions) associated with position numbers.

By entering the position numbers, you can move cameras to the preset positions.

Note :

To activate this function, you need to register the preset positions of combination camera.

To register preset positions

1. Move the camera to a point you wish by using the v/V/b/B .

2. Press SET or Click the [SET] icon.

3. Select preset number you wish to register.

4. Press ENTER or Click the [ ] icon.

The position and its number are memorized.

5. Repeat steps 1-4 to add additional position.

Note :

Preset number is available from 0 to 255 on this unit.

But the actual preset range is different depending on

PTZ cameras.

Confirm the preset position.

c

ZOOM + / -

Adjust the camera zoom.

d

FOCUS + / -

Adjust the focus of a camera manually.

e

IRIS + / -

Adjust the iris of a camera manually.

f

Displays selected preset number

g

Number buttons

Inputting the preset number.

Changing to Picture at Preset Position

The following function is available only with cameras provided with the preset function.

The preset function makes the combination camera move to the programmed preset position.

It is necessary to program preset positions for the combination camera beforehand.

1. Press MOVE button or Click the [MOVE] icon.

2. Use number buttons to enter the memorized preset position’s index number then press ENTER or

Click the [ ] icon. The camera moves to the preset position and the picture of the camera in that position appears on the monitor.

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To clear the preset position

You can clear a memorized preset position.

1. Press CLEAR button or Click the [CLEAR] icon.

2. Use number buttons to enter the memorized preset index number then press ENTER or Click the

[ ] icon.

To clear the preset positions.

Note :

The function may not be available depend on PTZ cameras.

To tour the preset positions

You can tour all preset positions.

1. Press TOUR button or Click the [TOUR] icon.

All registered preset positions in the camera will be selected, and the camera position image will be switched on the active monitor.

2. You can stop the tour by pressing TOUR button or

Click the [TOUR] icon.

Setup for PTZ camera

You can adapt the camera to your requirements by setting up the respective items in menus.

1. Click the [SETUP] icon.

The SETUP MENU appears on the selected window of main monitor.

2. Use arrow, ZOOM +/- and ENTER buttons to set the options.

Notes :

• Refer to the manuals of the PTZ camera for more details.

• Some PTZ camera may not be operated properly with this unit.

• You cannot control the other functions when the

PTZ virtual remote control is displayed.

V

You can view the system information.

1. Press INFO or click the INFO icon in the system control bar.

The system information window is displayed on the main monitor.

2. Press INFO or click the [Exit(Info)] button to exit the window.

V iewing the System iewing the System Log List

You can view the system log list.

1. Press LOG or click the LOG icon in the system control bar.

The system information window is displayed on the main monitor.

2. Use b / B to see the previous or next log list.

3. Press LOG or click the [Exit(LOG)] button to exit the window.

Notes :

The system log message indicate Power On/Off,

Power recovery, Remote and Local user login/logout,

Configuration Changed, Configuration Imported,

Backup and Export informations (Start, finished, failed).

The features and options of the DVR are configured through the menu.

The operations of this unit can be set via a menu displayed on the main monitor. You can select and set the operational conditions by using the buttons on the front panel and the remote control or using a USB

Mouse connected to the unit.

Title tab

Setting the menu using the front panel buttons or remote control buttons

Arrow buttons :

Use these buttons to select the menu options or adjust the options value.

ENTER :

Select the option or confirm the setting.

ESC :

Return to the previous menu or level.

First level

Second level

Help menu

Third level

Setting a menu with a mouse

Use the left and right mouse buttons to set the menu.

Left button : Use for select a needed item or decrease the options value.

Right button : Use for increase the options value.

1. Press SETUP/ESC to display the setup menu.

2. Use v / V to select the desired option.

3. While the desired item is selected, press ENTER to move to the second level.

4. Use v / V to select the desired option then press

ENTER to move to the third level.

5. Use v / V / b / B to select the desired option then press ENTER to set the value.

6. Use b / B to select the desired setting then press ENTER to confirm your selection.

7. Press SETUP/ESC to exit the Setup menu.

If the save message appears, press ENTER to save the settings.

1. Click the SETUP icon on the bottom of the onscreen display with the left mouse button to display a setup menu.

2. Click the desired option with the left mouse button to move to the second or third level.

3. Click the desired option with the left mouse button.

4. Set the selected options value.

5. Click the Exit icon to exit setup menu.

If the save message appears, click [OK] with the left mouse button to save the settings.

Notes :

• When you operate the function menu by using the remote control and front panel buttons, the both buttons are same operated to control the function menu.

• If you use other functions of number buttons on the front panel as shown below.

1. Press SHIFT.

The button indicator is turn green.

2. Select the function button you want.

All the explanations of operating are based on

using remote control.

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Camera

The channel name, covert and input audio channel settings are configured.

PTZ

Settings for the PTZ cameras connected via data port of RS-422/485 terminal.

Ch : Display the channel number.

Name : Enter the channel name up to 12 characters.

- b/B/v/V : Select a character.

- ENTER : Confirm your selection.

- ESC : Exits the Virtual Keyboard menu.

Covert : You can set the camera condition to prevent from other user. If the covert option is set to ON, displays “Video Loss” text on the live window with POWER or NORMAL user.

Audio : You can hear from the selected input audio channel.

Video Adj.

Adjust the brightness, contrast and color settings of each camera channel. You can see the settings screen from the preview windows.

Channel : Select the desired channel to set the connected PTZ camera.

Port : Select the connected data port of RS-

422/485 terminal on the rear panel.

Control ID : Select the PTZ camera ID from 0 to

255. Make the same settings as the PTZ camera.

Protocol : Select the protocol supported by PTZ camera.

Baud Rate : Select the communication speed.(1200, 2400,4800,9600,19200 or 38400)

PTZ test : After PTZ setting, you can test the pan/tilt function for selected PTZ camera. You can see the test screen from the preview windows on the right side of the PTZ test option.

- b / B : Test the pan direction.

- v / V : Test the tilt direction.

Notes :

Supported PTZ camera list is on page 64 for reference.

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Channel : Select the desired channel to adjust.

Brightness : Adjust the brightness value from 0 to

100 for selected channel.

Contrast : Adjust the contrast value from 0 to 100 for selected channel.

Color : Adjust the Color value from 0 to 100 for selected channel.

Recording

Settings concerning normal recording and event recording.

Video

Select the video format between NTSC or PAL according to your video system format.

1. Select the Video Format

The confirmation message is displayed.

2. Select [OK] and press ENTER.

After the HDD have formatted, system will reboot.

Ch : Display the channel number.

Res. : Select the recording resolution.

Quality : Select the recording picture quality.

(LOWEST, LOW, NORMAL, HIGH or BEST)

Frame Rate : Select the frame rate. The frame rate is the number of recorded frames in a second.

According to resolution, the frame rate is set to automatically. If you set manually, refer to as below.

Resolution

352*240

NTSC 704*240

704*480

PAL

352*288

704*288

704*576

Frame Rate

1, 3, 5, 7.5, 15, 20, 30.

1, 3, 5, 7.5, 15.

1, 3, 5, 7.5.

1, 3, 5, 6, 12.5, 20, 25

1, 3, 5, 6, 12.5

1, 3, 5, 6

Pre : Specify the pre-event recording time that records the situation until the sensor alarm signal has input or the motion has detected. (OFF, 5, 10,

20, 30, 40, 50 or 60 SEC)

Post : Specify the post-event recording time that records the situation since the sensor alarm signal has input or the motion has detected. (10 ,20, 30,

40, 50 SEC or 1, 2, 3, 5, 10 MINUTE)

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The DVR can record as a schedule set by the user. It can also record manually regardless of date and time. The recording can be made either continuously or triggered by events (alarm and motion detection).

The Recording Schedule screen displays one day of the week showing the schedule of all channels over a

24-hour period.

For each 1-hour cell block the recording method can be specified. The recording method (Continuous,

Sensor, Motion, Sensor+Motion) for each block is shown in color for easy viewing.

6. Press ENTER or Click the left mouse button repeatedly to select gray color for setting the end of schedule time. The settings cell block is highlighted.

7. Press SETUP/ESC to move previous menu.

To set special day recording schedule

In addition to the weekly schedule, up to 10 specific date/time periods can be defined. To configure the specific recording schedule select Specific Dates.

1. Select the [Special Day] option.

2. Select the schedule time and set the recording method of each channels.

Channel numbers

Time line

1-hour cell block

Recording mode

To set one day of week recording schedule

1. Select a day of week.

2. Select the desired channel to schedule recording.

3. Select the time cell block for the start time.

4. Press ENTER or Click the left mouse button to select recording mode. The cell blocks color will be changed automatically.

- Gray : No schedule recording

- Green (Continuous recording) : Recording starts automatically on the preset time.

- Red (Sensor event recording) : Recording starts automatically when sensor alarm is occurred within a designated time.

- Blue (Motion event recording) : Recording starts automatically when motion detected within a designated time.

- Yellow (Sensor+Motion recording) : Recording starts automatically sensor alarm signal has input or the motion has detected.

5. Select the next time cell block of period schedule time cell block to confirm the schedule time.

3. Press ZOOM + button or click the [Add] icon on the special day setting menu.

The specific date selection menu appears.

4. Enter the necessary information for year, month and date.

• b / B / v / V : Press to move the columns,

[OK] or [Cancel] buttons.

• b / B (or left/right mouse button): Changes the value at the current position.

• ENTER : Confirm the selection.

• Press ESC to exit the specific date selection menu.

5. Use b / B / v / V to select [OK] button and press ENTER.

Virtual keyboard menu appears.

Copying the recording schedule

Copy from the scheduled data of the channel

You can copy the schedule data of the channel to the other channel(s) within the selected day of week.

1. Select the day of week and press ENTER.

2. Select channel that you want to copy.

3. Press COPY then the channel selection menu appears.

6. Enter the date of special day. Use v/V/b/B to select a character then press ENTER to confirm your selection.

7. Use v / V to select [OK] icon then press ENTER to fix the date of special day and return to the special day setting menu screen.

Checking the Special day schedule

List

1. Press INFO when the Special option is selected.

The special day scheduled list appears.

4. Use b / B to move to the left or right column then press ENTER to select the target channel(s).

You can cancel the selected channel by pressing

ENTER.

5. Use v / V to select [OK] then press ENTER to confirm your selection.

Copy from scheduled data of day

You can copy the scheduled day of week to other day of week, weekday and weekend using the COPY button.

1. Select the day of week that you want to copy.

2. Press COPY then date(s) select menu appears.

2. Select a special day title on the list and press

ENTER.

The title color is turning orange.

3. Select [Edit] icon then press ENTER to edit the special day or press ZOOM - to delete the special day schedule.

4. Press ESC to exit the special day schedule list.

Note :

If the special day recording schedule is duplicated with the other recordings, only the special day recording is possible.

3. Use b / B to select the target date(s).

4. Use v / V to select [OK] then press ENTER to confirm your selection.

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Spot Monitor

OSD

Language : Select a language for the Setup menu and information display.

Channel Name

- ON : Displays the title of the channel.

- OFF : Displays the live picture without title of the channel.

Channel Status

- ON : The current channel recording status is displayed.

- OFF : Remove the current channel recording status.

Main Monitor

Dwell Time : You can set the channel sequence time to 2 seconds, 5 seconds, 10 seconds, 30 seconds or 1 minute.

Event Popup : Displays event popup to the spot monitor at the Motion, Sensor or All

(Motion+Sensor) occurrence.

Dwell Time : You can set the channel sequence time to 2 seconds, 5 seconds, 10 seconds, 30 seconds or 1 minute.

Sensor

In : Displays the number of SENSOR-IN terminal.

Sensor Type : The alarm state can be set to either

N/O (Normally Open) or N/C (Normally Closed).

Camera : Select the connected camera channel with the SENSOR-IN terminal.

Output : Select the alarm output number of

ALARM-OUT terminal for output alarm signal.

Etc

Area : Select the desired motion detection area on the preview window screen.

- b / B / v / V : Moves the yellow cell box to other cell zone.

ENTER : Selecting or cancelling the motion detection area at the current cell position.

Press ESC to exit the settings.

Note :

You can select the motion detection area by using the mouse.

- To select area : Drag&Drop a cell to the right direction to select the motion detection area.

- To cancel area : Drag&Drop a cell point of selected cell area to the left direction to cancel the motion detection area.

Motion

Alarm Off

- MANUAL : Use the ALM.OFF to stop alarm.

- POST-ALARM TIME : Select the post alarm time.

Channel : Select the channel to set the motion detection.

Sensitivity : Set the sensitivity for the created motion detection area. Sensitivity can be set 0 to

10 level.

Alarm Out : Select the number of ALARM-OUT terminal for output alarm signal when the motion detected.

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TCP/IP

Note :

When you change the TCP/IP Port or Web Sever

Port Number, the all connections with the PC Client programs or web browser will be connected.

DDNS (Dynamic Domain Name

Server)

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DHCP :

DHCP stands for Dynamic Host Configuration

Protocol.

- ON : Network settings of this unit configure automatically from the DHCP server.

If you set to On, the IP Address, Subnet Mask,

Gateway, Primary DNS and Secondary DNS options are dimmed and not to set these options.

- OFF : Enter the network settings manually.

IP Address : Enter an IP address using the virtual keyboard.

Subnet Mask : Enter a subnet mask address using the virtual keyboard.

Gateway : Enter the gateway address using the virtual keyboard.

Primary DNS : Enter the Main DNS server address using the virtual keyboard.

Secondary DNS : Enter the Sub DNS server address using the virtual keyboard.

TCP/IP Port No. : Enter the TCP/IP Port number using the virtual keyboard. You watch the surveillance live image over the network with the PC

Client program. Factory default port for transmission of video and audio data is 9001. However in some cases it is better to change this port number for added flexibility or security. If desired change the port number (1025 ~ 65535).

Web Server Port No. : Enter the Web Sever Port number using the virtual keyboard. You watch the surveillance live image over the network with a web browser. Typically the TCP port used by HTTP is

80. However in some cases it is better to change this port number for added flexibility or security. If desired change the port number (80 or 1025~

65535).

Bandwidth : Enter the Bandwidth using the virtual keyboard to adjust the data traffic (1~100Mbps).

User Name : Enter the User name registered in

DDNS using the virtual keyboard.

Password : Enter the Password for the user entered in [User Name] using the virtual keyboard.

Note :

The DDNS function is serviced using TCP 8245 port by "No-IP"(http://www.no-ip.com/).

In case the DVR is used in the network system with fire wall, you have to open the TCP 8245 port in order that DDNS data can get into fire wall. For more detail fire wall setup, ask your network administrator and/or network service provider.

Notification

You can set the notification by E-mail for user.

Sensor On :

- ON : Sending the E-mail when an sensor has occurred.

- OFF : Not used.

Motion Detect :

- ON : Sending the E-mail when an Motion detection has occurred.

- OFF : Not used.

Disk Full :

- ON :Sending the E-mail when the HDD has fully recorded.

- OFF : Not used.

Admin PW Changed :

- ON : Sending the E-mail when administrator password has changed.

- OFF : Not used.

Video Loss :

- ON : Sending the E-mail when a video signal from the camera has stopped because of a cable disconnection or malfunction of a camera.

- OFF : Not used.

Power On/Off :

- ON : Sending the E-mail when power is On or

Off.

- OFF : Not used.

SMTP Port No. : Enter the SMTP Port Number using the virtual keyboard. Typically the TCP port used for SMTP is 25. However in some cases it is better to change this port number for added flexibility or security. If desired change the port number

(25 or 1025 ~ 65535).

User Name : Enter the user name using the virtual keyboard.

Password : Enter the password using the virtual keyboard.

Mail Address (1-4) : Enter the mail address using the virtual keyboard.

You can input the E-mail address up to 4.

E-mail Test : Select [Test] to test sending E-mail.

Note :

The SMTP Server, SMTP Port No., User Name or

Password settings are optional. The DVR can send email directly without the use of SMTP server or MTA

(message transfer agent). In certain cases all e-mail should be forwarded to a specific SMTP server.

Specify the server host name or IP address in such case. For more detail SMTP setup, ask your network administrator and/or mail service provider.

Mail

Emergency

Notification

- ON : Notify to the user about unit operating information by E-mail according to your notification settings.

- OFF : Notification function is not used.

The Mail options are dimmed.

SMTP Server : Enter the SMTP Server address using the virtual keyboard.

If the Notification is set to ON and the SMTP server option is empty, the SMTP Port No., User Name,

Password options are dimmed and not to set these options.

Notification :

- ON : Notify to the Emergency Agent about unit operating information according to your notification settings.

- OFF : Notification function is not used.

IP/Port No. : Enter the IP/Port Number of the

Emergency Agent program is installed in PC using the virtual keyboard. Factory default port for this function is 9002. However in some cases it is better to change this port number for added flexibility or security. If desired change the port number (1025 ~

65535).

You can set the IP/Port Number up to 9.

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Date/Time

NTP : Set to On when using the NTP (Network

Time Protocol) server for time adjustment. If you set the NTP to off, you should enter the time settings manually and the Time Server, Private Time

Server, Sync. Interval and NTP Test options are inactivated.

Date : Enter the current date.

Time : Enter the current time.

Date Format : Select the date display format.

Daylight Saving : Set to ON when you use daylight saving function.

Time Zone : Select your Time Zone.

Time Server : For most cases select public. The

DVR will obtain the average time among 5 public servers (rime.nist.gov, time-a.nist.gov, timeb.nist.gov, ntp.nasa.gov, clock.isc.org).

Private Time Server : Enter the private time server's IP address or host name using the virtual keyboard.

Sync. Interval : You can set synchronize interval with NTP time server to 1 day, 1 hour, 1 month and

1 week.

NTP Test : Select [Test] to test NTP server.

Buzzer

Button Beep

- ON : Make a sound when using the buttons.

- OFF : Turn off the button beep.

Sensor Buzzer

- ON : Make a sound when an sensor occur.

- OFF : Turn off the sensor buzzer.

Motion Buzzer

- ON : Make a sound when an motion detect.

- OFF : Turn off the Motion buzzer.

Note :

The buzzer is a low sound on this unit. If you want to make a loud sound, connect an external alarming devices to ALARM-OUT terminals (ex. Siren).

User

Administrator : Enter the password to get the authority of this unit as an administrator, using the virtual keyboard.

Power User : Enter the password to get the authority of this unit as a power user, using the virtual keyboard.

Normal User : Enter the password to get the authority of this unit as a normal user, using the virtual keyboard.

Note :

Remember the new password. If you forget the new password, please contact authorized service center or where you purchased.

Update

Item : Select the item for update.

- PTZ PROTOCOL : Select to PTZ PROTOCOL update.

- SYSTEM S/W : Select to SYSTEM S/W update.

Method : Select the update method.

- USB : When you update from USB memory stick.

- NETWORK : Update from the update server.

Update Server : If you select the Method option to

NETWORK, enter the IP address of an update server using the virtual keyboard for network update.

Update : Select [Update] tab to start update.

Notes :

• If you can not update from the update server, check the TCP/IP options and the IP address of update server.

• If you use USB memory stick for update, you must disconnect the other external USB devices.

Configuration

Configuration Import : Import the DVR’s configuration data from the USB memory stick.

Configuration Export : Export the configuration data from this DVR to the USB memory stick.

Factory Default : You can reset the DVR to its original factory settings. Some options cannot be reset (Date, Time, Daylight saving, Time zone and

User password settings).

Notes :

Configuration data import is available when the configuration data of a DVR is same kind of this unit’s data.

• If you use USB memory stick for configuration export, you must disconnect the other external USB devices.

Hard Disk

Format : Initializes the HDD (Hard Disk Drive). All data on the HDD will be erased.

Overwrite :

- ALL : Overwrite recording is possible when the normal partition and event partition of HDD have fully recorded.

- NORMAL PARTITION : Overwrite recording is possible for Normal Partition of HDD when the normal partition of HDD has fully recorded.

- EVENT PARTITION : Overwrite recording is possible for Event Partition of HDD when the Event partition of HDD has fully recorded.

- OFF : Do not use overwriting.

Full Warning : When the HDD has overflowed rather than setting space of HDD, the warning message is displayed.

Event Partition : Set the space of event partition for event recording.

Note :

If you change the value of Event Partition, the current recorded data of HDD is deleted and reset the partition. The partitions will be formatted automatically and restart system.

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Log In/Out

Notes :

• Use the recommended external USB devices for preventing malfunction (See page 64).

• You cannot format the CD-R, DVD-R or DVD+R discs.

• An external media has to be formatted on this unit for preventing malfunction.

• DVD+RW and DVD-RW discs have to be initialized before using.

• You cannot use the Estimation Size, Start Backup and Erase Media options in backup progressing.

• Do not remove the USB device during the backup is in progress, it may cause the malfunction. If you reuse the removed device, you must format the media by using Erase Media options.

• If you format the external media by using PC with

FAT32 type, the media may not be used on this unit.

Auto Logout : You can set the logout time.

- ON : Logout is automatically at fixed intervals.

- OFF : Not used. The time option is dimmed.

Time : You can set auto logout time to 5 minutes,

10 minutes, 30 minutes or 60 minutes.

Backup

Instant backup

1. Connect the USB device for backup.

2. Select INSTANT on the Schedule option.

3. Select the backup device.

4. Enter the date, start time and end time on the

Time Range option for backup.

5. Select [Estimation Size] icon and press ENTER.

6. Check the size of selected data and free space of

USB device. If the USB device has not enough space, change the USB device of enough space or erase the connected USB device.

7. Select [Start Backup] icon and press ENTER to start backup.

8. Exit the setup menu.

You can check the backup status on the system control bar in backup progress.

Schedule : You can set the backup schedule

- OFF : All options are disabled.

- INSTANT : The backup data saved manually.

- WEEKLY or DAILY : The backup data will be automatically saved according to the setting.

Device : Select the backup device.

Schedule Start : Set the Schedule start date (A day of week and Time).

Time Range : Enter the backup time range.

- Date : Enter the date you want to backup.

- Start : Enter the start day of week or time.

- End : Enter the end day of week or time.

Estimation Size : Displays the size of backup data and the free space of external USB devices.

Start Backup : To start backup.

Erase Media : To erase the media.

Notes :

• You cannot stop the backup in backup progress.

• The warning message will appear in conditions listed below.

- When the start time and end time are same value.

- When the end time is later than the start time.

- A media has not enough space.

- When you set the time that the data does not exist.

• The disc burning is used by single session closed format.

Daily/Weekly backup

1. Connect the USB device for backup.

You cannot use the CD or DVD writer for daily or weekly backup.

2. Select WEEKLY or DAILY on the schedule options.

3. Select the backup device.

4. Enter the date and/or time to start backup on the schedule start option.

5. Enter the day of week and/or time on the Time

Range Start option.

6. Enter the day of week and/or time on the Time

Range End option.

7. Select [Estimation Size] icon and press ENTER.

8. Check the size of selected data and free space of

USB device. If the USB device has not enough space, change the USB device of enough space or erase the connected USB device.

Notes :

• You cannot stop the backup in backup progress.

• The warning message will appear in conditions listed below.

- When the start time and end time setting are wrong.

- A media has not enough space.

- When you set the time that the data does not exist.

- When the selected USB device is disconnected.

• The estimated size of backup data is only the approximate size. So, you must prepare the sufficient space on the media for preventing lack of space.

• At the scheduled recording time, you can check the backup status on the system control bar.

• While export is in progress or searching the backup data from the external USB device, the scheduled backup will not be started.

After the export or backup search is finished, scheduled backup will be restarted.

• If you use the CD/DVD write device to backup,the backup status will be displayed as shown below.

- 1st. Status of making ISO image

System ID

IR Remote Controller : Select the system ID for this unit (1~9). If you use multi system, set the system ID for each DVR unit.

- 2nd. Status of writing

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RECORDING

Images from a camera will be recorded on the built-in hard disk.

Note :

External recording devices can be used as copy area of images recorded on the hard disk. It is impossible to record images on the external recording devices directly.

Ensure all the cameras are connected, time and date have been set correctly.

Before you start recording, check the repeat recording settings in the recording menu of system setup first, and then make the recording settings.

1. Press the channel button with REC on the front panel to start instant recording. The button indicator is turn red and the recoding type indicator turns green on the selected channel screen of main monitor.

2. Press the channel button with REC on the front panel to stop instant recording. The button indicator is turn green and the recoding type indicator turns white on the selected channel screen of main monitor.

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Notes :

• The instant recording is possible using left mouse button.

1. Move the cursor to the desired channel screen on the main monitor.

2. Click the left mouse button on the recording status icon to start or stop instant recording.

• If the camera has video loss condition, you cannot record.

• If the HDD has fully recorded, you cannot record continuously. In this case, set the overwrite option to ON in the setup menu.

SEARCH AND PLAYBACK

PLA

YBACK

Instant playback in PIP (Picture In

Picture)

It is possible to play recorded image without stopping recording.

1. Select a channel you want playback.

2. Press bB to play recorded image of 1 or 2 seconds ago while the recording.

Playback image will be displayed on the PIP window and display the playback control bar on the system control bar.

Instant playback in POP (Picture

Over Picture)

Use the ZOOM +/- buttons, to enlarge or reduce the

PIP window as below.

x1 size y x4 size y x9 size y Full screen size.

3. Press x (STOP) to stop the playback.

Notes :

• The PIP window can be moved through the live picture using b B v V buttons.

• The instant playback is possible for forward playback only.

Notes :

• The POP window can be moved through the live picture using b B v V buttons.

• The Instant playback is possible for forward playback only.

• The full size screen of POP window has the best picture quality rather than the other size of POP window.

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The various search functions of this unit can be used to go to the beginning of the desired picture. This unit is equipped with 4 search functions.

When the SEARCH button is pressed, the search menu is displayed.

Date and Time Search

Use to search recording picture by specifying date, hour and minute.

Select Source Device

This item is used to set the playback or search device.

1. Use v/V to select [INTERNAL HDD] then press

ENTER.

1. Use v/V to select [Date/Time Search] icon then press ENTER.

2. Select the year, month, date, hour or minute column then press ENTER.

3. Use b/B to input the date or time.

4. Press ENTER to confirm it.

5. Select the [Update] icon then press ENTER.

The search result is displayed in time table of the

Search menu.

6. Use the channel buttons on the front panel to select the channel(s) you want playback.

7. Press PLAY or Click the [Play] icon to start playback.

The picture(s) is(are) displayed in the POP window(s) in the main monitor.

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2. Use b/B to select the desired source device.

Internal HDD : Playback or searches recording contents of the internal HDD device.

External Device : Playback or searches backup contents of the external device.

3. Press ENTER to confirm your selection.

Notes :

• While the backup is in progress, you can not search the data on the backup device.

• Do not remove the external USB device during the backup search is in progress from the USB device.

It may cause the malfunction.

8. Press STOP (x) to stop playback and return to

Search menu.

9. Press SETUP/ESC to exit [Date/Time Search] menu.

Notes :

• Recorded data shown on the time graph will be displayed in different colors depending on the recording type.

- Green : Continuous recording.

- Red : Sensor recording.

- Blue : Motion-detection recording.

- Gray : No recording.

• Use the ZOOM + button to view the detail time by 6 hours.

7. Select the recording data on the event list then press PLAY, click the [Play] or double click the selected data to start playback.

The picture is displayed in the POP window of main monitor.

8. Press STOP (x) to stop playback and return to event list menu.

9. Press SETUP/ESC repeatedly to exit event search menu.

Event Search

Search a recorded picture by date and event type.

Smart Search

Picture recorded via motion detection can be searched by specifying the motion detection conditions.

1. Use v/V to select [Event Search] then press

ENTER.

The Event search menu is displayed.

2. Set the year, month and date.

- b/B : Moves to the previous or next column or changes the setting at the current position.

- ENTER : Select column or confirm the setting.

3. Select the channel for event search using

ENTER.

4. Use v/V to select the [Event Type] then press

ENTER.

5. Use b/B to select the event type then press

ENTER.

6. Select the [Search] icon then press ENTER.

The event list menu appears.

1. Use v/V to select [Smart Search] icon then press

ENTER.

The Smart search menu is displayed.

2. Set the Channel number, Start Time, End Time and Sensitivity options.

- b/B/v/V : Move to the options.

- b/B : Setting the selected option.

- ENTER : Select option or confirm the setting.

Note :

The time is set in 1hour automatically between the Start time and End time.

3. Select the [Set] in the [Area] option then press

ENTER.

The picture displays from the selected camera.

4. Set the motion mask setting.

The area switches between active and inactive each time you press the ENTER.

Clicking the one point and drag&drop the end point to select the motion are using the mouse.

The active areas are indicated in red.

5. Press SETUP/ESC to exit the mask setting.

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6. Select the [Search] then press ENTER.

The motion detect list menu is displayed.

7. Select the recording data on the motion detect list then press PLAY, click [Play] or double click the selected data to start playback.

The picture is displayed in the POP window of main monitor.

8. Press STOP (x) to stop playback and return to motion detect list menu.

9. Press SETUP/ESC repeatedly to exit Smart search menu.

Bookmark Search

Search the desired picture with a bookmark registered by the bookmark function.

1. Use v/V to select [Bookmark Search] then press

ENTER.

The Bookmark list menu is displayed.

3. Press STOP (x) to stop playback and return to bookmark list menu.

4. Press SETUP/ESC to exit Bookmark search menu.

Notes :

• Backup data can not be playback by bookmark search.

• You can register a bookmark only in the single channel playback.

• You can not register a bookmark during instant playback.

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2. Select the recording data on the list then press

PLAY, click the [Play] or double click the selected data to start playback.

The picture is displayed in the POP window of main monitor.

Note :

If you delete the bookmark on the list, press

ZOOM - button.

Available functions during search playback

Button Function

x

STOP Stop playback

[[

PAUSE Pause

. Go to First

>

Go to Last

Jump to the beginning of the current data that recorded in same date. (Press the button more than 2 seconds).

Jump to the last 1 minute of the current data that recorded in same date. (Press the button more than 2 seconds).

m/M SEARCH c/C FRAME SKIP

Press repeatedly to select the required scan speed.

(M, MB, MM, MMB or m, mb, mm , mmb)

Press repeatedly to play Frame-by-Frame in pause mode.

nN

PLAY

+/- ZOOM b B v V

MARK

COPY

Press to play reverse or normal playback.

Enlarge/Reduce the playback video image. (x1 size y x4 size y x9 size y Full screen size).

Move the playback picture window.

Press MARK at a desired point to be marked during playback. Up to 15 points can be marked.

Data copy is being performed currently.

Notes :

• You can playback the backup or export data in normal speed only.

• If you use reverse frame skip function, a frame may be skipped.

• Multi channel play works only in Date/time Search function.

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This unit can copy recorded images from built-in HDD to the external recording devices manually.

• An external media has to be formatted on this unit for preventing malfunction.

• DVD+RW and DVD-RW discs have to be initialized before using.

• You can format the external media with the Backup tab in the setup menu.

1. Press COPY or click EXPORT icon.

The export menu window appears.

2. Select a Target Device for export.

3. Select the channel number(s).

4. Set the Start Date/Time and End Date/Time of copy.

5. Press COPY or Click the [Export] icon to start export.

The exported data will be authorized by the unit before saving and it can only be playback with the exclusive player.

Notes :

• Check the export device before you proceed.

• Export can not be executed during the backup is in progress.

• You can search the exported data with the supplied viewer software.

• When you export the recorded data, the export viewer program will also be exported.

• Do not remove the USB device during the export is in progress, it may cause the malfunction. If you reuse the removed device, you must format the media by using Erase Media options.

• The warning message appear in conditions listed below.

When the Start Date/Time and End Date/Time are same value.

When the Start Date/Time is later than the

End Date/Time.

A media to export has not enough space.

When you set the time that the data does not exist.

CLIENT PROGRAM

Client Program is the network program of the LDV-

S504 and LDV-S503. This manual is written based on

LDV-S504 (16 channels).

The description pictures may differ from your OS

(Operating System) type. The pictures used in this manual are based on Windows XP.

Note :

Do not use the other application with this client program. It cause the memory shortage and the client program malfunction.

3. Designate a folder for Client Program and click

[Next] icon.

x OS (Operating System) : Windows 2000 or higher, DirectX 8.1 or higher.

x CPU : Intel Pentium III or higher, AMD Athlon with

800 MHz or higher.

x

RAM : 512 MB or higher.

x

Graphics Card : AGP VGA with 64 MB Video

RAM or higher.

Recommended PC Requirements

OS : Windows XP

CPU : Intel Pentium IV

RAM : 512 MB

Graphics Card : AGP VGA with 128 MB Video RAM

4. Click [Install] icon to start installation.

1. Insert Client Program CD then it will be started by automatically.

If the disc does not run automatically on your PC, open the Client Program CD and install the program manually.

2. Run the [LDV-S500 Network Client Installer.exe].

Install menu is displayed.

Click [Next] icon.

5. After Client program installed, click the [Finish] icon to exit program.

Note :

Refer to InstallShield Wizard window for more details.

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Register the Site Name

You should register a Site Name to control DVR by

Client program.

1. Double-Click the [LDV-S500 Network Client] icon to start Client program. The [S500 Client] menu is displayed.

2. Select [Tools] > [Connection Info].

Connection List menu is displayed.

5. Select [OK] to confirm the settings.

The registered Site

Name is displayed.

Note :

In case of entering the Server name instead of IP

Address. You should set up the DDNS configuration properly in the server. Please refer to the Server manual to set up the DDNS function.

User Log-In

1. Select registered site name and click the right mouse button.

2. Select [User Log-In].

3. Select [Add] and Site Information menu is displayed.

3. Select [User ID] and enter the password.

Admin : Operating the unit without limitation.

Power User : Use the live and search mode functions.

Normal User : Show the Live image only.

4. Enter the Site Name, IP Address and Port.

Site Name : Enter the description of the site.

IP Address : Enter the IP Address or URL of the DVR.

Port : Enter the Port number of DVR. If you don’t enter it, the port number is setting a default.

Select [OK].

4. Select [OK] and the [S500Client] main window is displayed.

Notes :

• If someone logged in the DVR by the Admin ID, you can not log-in by the Admin ID.

• If you want log-out, click the right mouse button on the site name and select [User Log-Out].

• You can connect to the DVR system up to five user using the client program as shown below.

User User1 User 2 User3 User4 User5

Case 1

Admin Power Normal Normal Normal

Case 2

Power Power Normal Normal Normal

Case 3 Normal Normal Normal Normal Normal

Main Screen of DVR Client program

• Live mode

- Camera View : You can see the surveillance cameras image in the window(s) and the camera information.

- Pan/Tilt/Zoom : You can control the PTZ cameras.

- Log View : Displays system log list.

• Search mode

You can search the recorded data as shown below.

- Date/Time Search (See page 51)

- Event Search (See page 51)

- Bookmark Search (See page 52)

- Smart Search (See page 52)

• Remote Setup mode

You can set the configuration of the unit.

- Camera & Display (See page 53)

- Schedule (See page 54)

- Event (See page 55)

- Network (See page 56)

- System (See page 57)

• File

- Exit : Exit the program.

• View

- OSD

> Channel Number : Displays or removes the Channel Number in the channel window.

> Site Name : Displays or removes the Site

Name in the channel window.

> Camera Name : Displays or removes the

Camera Name in the channel window.

> Playback Time : Displays or removes the date/time of playback data in the channel window.

> PTZ : Displays PTZ camera icon in the channel window.

> Audio : Displays Audio icon in the channel window.

> Select All : Displays all OSD options in the channel window.

- Sequence (Dwell Time) : Select the sequence to 5 seconds, 10 seconds, 15 seconds or 20 seconds.

- Video Size : Select the video size among the

100%, 150% or 200%.

• Tools

- Connection Info : To register a Site Name.

• Help

- About : Displays S500Client information.

2. Mode selection icons

3. Screen mode selection icons

When you click the icon, the screen will be changed to split mode and press icon again, the screen will be changed by sequence. Choose the display window mode.

You can view the live window(s) in full screen mode. To return to the normal screen, click the right mouse button.

View the all channels in sequence. You cannot use sequence mode with 16 split.

5. Information display window

Displays current date and time, user information, and HDD remain status of selected site name.

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Using the Camera View

1. Select the Camera View tab in the Live mode.

2. Select registered Site

Name and Double-Click the left mouse button or

Click the plus mark of registered site name.

7. Repeat 3-5 step to set the other live windows.

Note :

Configuration of camera view is set the first time only.

This configuration setup is memorized for next time and displayed as it is.

Using the live window

Playback of Recorded data

A

3. Select [Cameras] and

Double-Click the left mouse button or Click the plus mark.

4. Select Channel number you want to view.

5. Click the Channel number using the left mouse button and drag and drop to live window position.

If you select [Cameras] and drag and drop to a live window then all channels are displayed.

6. Live image is display on the selected window.

B

E

C

C

D

1. Select display window of camera.

2. Select date.

The day displays a blue text when the recorded data exists.

3. Select playback start time.

When using Timeline to search start time, you use the Zoom In/Out icons for more detail searches (4 step).

4. Select play speed among the 1/5, 1/2, 1, 2, 4 or

8.

5. Start playback using this control buttons.

Notes :

• If you don’t want to play with sound, click the speaker icon to mute.

• You can not use the playback function when you log in by the Normal User ID.

Using the Pan/Tilt/Zoom function

You can control the PTZ cameras via network.

1. Select PTZ camera channel window in the camera view mode.

2. Select Pan/Tilt/Zoom tab.

3. Use virtual remote control buttons to control the

PTZ camera.

e

Displays selected preset number

f

Number buttons

Input the preset number.

g

SET

Register preset positions of camera.

h

MOVE

Move the camera to the preset position.

i

CLEAR

Delete a memorized preset position.

j

TOUR

Start preset tour.

k

SETUP

Displays the setup menu of PTZ camera.

Notes :

• If someone is controlling a PTZ camera using the

DVR, you cannot use the PTZ function and vice versa.

• You can not use the PTZ function when you log in by the Normal User ID a b c d e f g h i j k a v/V/b/B

: Use to Pan/Tilt the camera.

: Confirm the preset position and set an option of menu in the PTZ camera.

b

ZOOM + / -

Adjust the camera zoom.

c

FOCUS + / -

Adjust the focus of a camera manually.

d

IRIS + / -

Adjust the iris of a camera manually.

To register preset positions

1. Move the camera to a point you wish by using the v/V/b/B .

2. Click the [SET] icon.

3. Select preset number you wish to register.

4. Click the [ ] icon.

The position and its numbers are memorized.

5. Repeat steps 1-4 to add additional position.

Note :

Preset range is available from 0 to 255 on this unit.

But the actual preset range is differ depend on PTZ cameras.

Changing to Picture at Preset Position

The following function is available only with cameras provided with the preset function.

The preset function makes the combination camera move to the programmed preset position.

It is necessary to program preset positions for the combination camera beforehand.

1. Click the [MOVE] icon.

2. Use number icons to enter the memorized preset position’s index number then Click the [ ] icon.

The camera moves to the preset position and the picture of the camera in that position appears on the monitor.

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To clear the preset position

You can delete a memorized preset position.

1. Click the [CLEAR] icon.

2. Use number icons to enter the memorized preset index number then Click the [ ] icon.

The preset position will be deleted.

Using the Log View function

You can see the system log list of selected site name in the Remote Setup tab via network.

1. Select the Log View tab.

Log Search menu appears.

To tour the preset positions

You can tour all preset positions.

1. Click the [TOUR] icon.

All registered preset positions in the camera will be selected and the camera position image will be switched on the active window.

2. You can stop the tour by click the [TOUR] icon.

Setup for PTZ camera

You can change the setting of PTZ camera using each items in the menu.

1. Click the [SETUP] icon.

MENU appears on the windows.

2. Use arrow and icons to set the options.

Note :

Refer to the manuals of the PTZ camera for more details.

2. Click the date icon and select the day for log search.

(The selectable days are displayed in blue text color.)

3. Select filter option for log filtering.

4. Click the Search icon.

The System log is displayed in the list.

4. Use the Timeline and Time input column to search recorded data.

You can search the data of selected site name in the

Remote Setup tab via network.

Using the Date/Time Search function

Use to search recording picture by specifying date, hour and minute.

5. You can playback the searched data using the playback control buttons.

Using the Event Search function

Search a recorded picture by date and event type.

1. Select the Date/Time Search tab.

2. Click the date icon and select the day .

(The selectable days are displayed in blue color.)

3. Select channel window you want to view.

1. Select the Event Search tab.

2. Click the date icon and select the day .

(The selectable days are displayed in blue color.)

3. Select the camera channel for event search.

4. Select the Event type.

5. Click the Search icon.

The event list are displayed.

6. Select the event in the event list.

7. You can play the searched data using the playback control buttons.

Mark up when you want to view from all camera channel windows.

Displays selected

Camera number.

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Using the Bookmark Search function

Search the desired picture with a registered bookmark by the bookmark function.

Using the Smart Search function

Picture recorded via motion detection can be searched by specifying the motion detection conditions.

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1. Select the Bookmark Search tab.

2. Click the Search icon.

All bookmark data is displayed in the list.

3. Select the data in the list.

4. You can play the searched data using the playback control buttons.

1. Select the Smart Search tab.

2. Click the date icon and select the day .

(The selectable days are displayed in blue color.)

3. Select the camera channel.

4. Select the Start Time using the Timeline.

5. Select the End Time.

6. Select the motion sensitivity level and motion area on the display window using the mouse.

Cancel the selected area.

Select the all area.

Selected area with red box.

7. Click the Search icon.

The smart search data is displayed.

Camera Setting

8. Select the channel in the list.

9. You can play the searched data using the playback control buttons.

You can set the DVR of selected site name in the

Remote Setup tab via network.

Camera & Display setup

1. Select a channel to settings.

If you want to prevent a channel from other users, mark up the convert option. The marked up channels are displayed “Video Loss” on the live windows for POWER or NORMAL user.

2. Enter the new channel name.

3. Select input audio channel.

4. Set the PTZ control options.

Port : Select the connected data port of RS-

422/485 terminal on the rear panel.

Control ID : Select the PTZ camera ID from 0 to 255. Make the same settings as the PTZ camera.

Protocol : Select the protocol supported by

PTZ camera.

Baud Rate : Select the communication speed.(1200, 2400,4800,9600,19200 or

38400)

5. Set the Motion options.

Sensitivity : Set the sensitivity for the created motion detection area. Sensitivity can be set 0 to 10 level.

Alarm Out : Select the number of ALARM-

OUT terminal for output alarm signal when the motion detected.

Area : Select the desired motion detection area on the preview window screen using the mouse. Clicking the one point and drag&drop the end point to select the motion area.

Notes :

If you want to display the grid, mark up the [Show grid] option.

If you want to select all area, click the [Select All] button or click the [Clear All] button to cancel the selected area.

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Recording Frame Rate Settings

1. Click the [Frame Rate Settings] button.

The Recording Frame Rate Settings window appears.

Display Settings

1. Set the OSD options for the client live display windows.

If you mark up the [Channel Name] and [Channel

Status] options, it will be displayed on the live channel windows.

2. Set the Main Monitor option.

3. Set the Spot Monitor options.

Schedule setup

2. Set the each options using the mouse.

- Click : Use to select the option.

- Double-click : Use to change the options value.

Res. : Select the recording resolution.

(NTSC : 352*240, 704*240 or 704*480

PAL : 352*288, 704*288 or 704*576)

Quality : Select the recording picture quality.

(LOWEST, LOW, NORMAL, HIGH or BEST)

Frame Rate : Select the frame rate. The frame rate is the number of recorded frames in a second. According to resolution, the frame rate is set automatically. If you set manually, refer to as below.

Resolution

352*240

NTSC 704*240

PAL

704*480

352*288

704*288

704*576

Frame Rate

1, 3, 5, 7.5, 15, 20, 30.

1, 3, 5, 7.5, 15.

1, 3, 5, 7.5.

1, 3, 5, 6, 12.5, 20, 25

1, 3, 5, 6, 12.5

1, 3, 5, 6

Pre : Specify the pre-event recording time that records the situation until the sensor alarm signal has input or the motion has detected.

(OFF, 5, 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60SEC)

Post : Specify the post-event recording time that records the situation since the sensor alarm signal has input or the motion has detected. (10 ,20, 30, 40, 50SEC or 1, 2, 3, 4,

5, 10MINUTE)

3. Click the [OK] button to confirm the settings.

1. Select a day of week.

2. Mark up the desired recording option.

- No recording : Do not schedule recording

- Continuous : Recording starts automatically on the preset time.

- Sensor : Recording starts automatically when alarm is occur within a designated time.

- Motion : Recording starts automatically when motion detected within a designated time.

- Motion+Sensor : Recording starts automatically when Alarm and Motion detection are occur within a designated time.

3. Select the channel to set the schedule.

4. Click the start time cell block and drag&drop to select period time cell block.

or

Click the start time cell block of a channel and drag&drop across the channels to select the period time block for multi channels setting at a time.

The cell blocks color will be changed.

Schedule Copy Settings Event setup

1. Select the source day to copy.

2. Select the destination day among the day of week, weekday or weekend options.

3. Click the Copy button to copy the schedule data.

Special Day Settings

1. Mark up the Special Day option.

2. Select the date to set the special day schedule setting.

3. Mark up the desired recording option.

4. Select the channel to set the schedule.

5. Click the start time cell block and drag&drop to select period time cell block.

or

Click the start time cell block of a channel and drag&drop across the channels to select the period time block for multi channels setting at a time.

The cell blocks color will be changed.

6. Enter the Special day’s name.

7. Click the Add button to add the special day settings.

The Special day is added to the list.

If you want to cancelled the registered special day, select the special day in the list and click the

Delete button.

1. Set the Event options.

Sensor In : Displays the number of SENSOR-

IN terminal.

Sensor Type : The alarm state can be set to either N.O. (Normally Open) or N.C. (Normally

Closed).

Linked Camera : Select the connected camera channel with the SENSOR-IN terminal.

Alarm Out : Select the alarm output number of

ALARM-OUT terminal for output alarm signal.

2. Set the Etc options.

Alarm Off : Select the Manual or Post-Alarm

Time option to off method.

- Manual : Use the ALM.OFF to stop alarm.

- Post-Alarm Time : Select the post-alarm time.

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Network setup Notification

Set the notification options.

Sensor On : Sending the E-mail when an sensor has been detected.

Motion Detect : Sending the E-mail when an

Motion detection has occurred.

Video Loss : Sending the E-mail when a video signal from the camera has stopped because of a cable disconnection or malfunction of a camera.

Disk Full : Sending the E-mail when the HDD has fully recorded.

Admin PW Changed : Sending the E-mail when administrator password has changed.

Power On/Off : Sending the E-mail when power is On or Off.

TCP/IP Settings

The DHCP, IP Address, Subnet Mask, Gateway,

Primary DNS, Secondary DNS, TCP/IP Port No. and

Web Server Port No. option setting are not available in the client program. You can set these options in the system menu of the DVR.

Bandwidth : Enter the Bandwidth to adjust the data traffic (1~100Mbps).

Emergency

Notification : Notify to the Emergency Agent about unit operating information according to your notification settings.

IP/Port No. : Enter the IP/Port Number of the

Emergency Agent program is installed in PC.

Factory default port for this function is 9002.

However in some cases it is better to change this port number for added flexibility or security. If desired change the port number (1025 ~ 65535).

You can set the IP/Port Number up to 9.

Mail Settings

Set the Mail options.

Notification : When you mark up the

Notification option, notify the user about unit operating information by E-mail according to your notification settings.

SMTP Server : Enter the SMTP Server address.

SMTP Port No. : Enter the SMTP Port

Number. Typically the TCP port used for

SMTP is 25. However in some cases it is better to change this port number for added flexibility or security. If desired change the port number (25 or 1025 ~ 65535).

User Name : Enter the user name.

Password : Enter the password.

Mail Address 1~4 : Enter the mail address.

You can input the E-mail address up to 4.

Note :

The SMTP Server, SMTP Port No., User Name or

Password settings are optional. The DVR can send e-mail directly without the use of SMTP server or

MTA (message transfer agent). In certain cases all email should be forwarded to a specific SMTP server.

Specify the server host name or IP address in such case. For more detail SMTP setup, ask your network administrator and/or mail service provider.

System setup Buzzer Settings

Select the buzzer options.

Button Beep : Make a sound when using the buttons.

Sensor Buzzer : Make a sound when an alarm occurs.

Motion Buzzer : Make a sound when an motion detects.

Date/Time Settings

Set the Date/Time options.

NTP : Mark up when using the NTP (Network

Time Protocol) server for time adjustment.

Date Format : Select the date display format.

Time Zone : Select your Time Zone.

Time Server : Select your Time Server.

The DVR will obtain the average time among

5 public servers (rime.nist.gov, time-a.nist.gov, time-b.nist.gov, ntp.nasa.gov, clock.isc.org).

Private Time Server : Enter the private time server's IP address or host name.

Sync. Interval : You can set synchronize interval with NTP time server to 1 day, 1 hour, 1 week and 1 month.

Daylight Saving : Mark up when you use daylight saving function.

Log Out

Auto Logout : You can set the logout time.

If you mark up the option, automatically logout at selected intervals.

Time : You can set auto logout time to 5 minutes,

10 minutes, 30 minutes or 60 minutes.

Hard Disk

Overwrite : Select the overwrite recording type

(Off, Normal Partition, Event Partition or All). This function is possible when the selected HDD type has fully recorded.

Full Warning : When the HDD has overflowed rather than setting space of HDD, the warning message is displayed.

Event Partition : Set the space of event partition for event recording.

Update Settings

Set the Update options.

Item : Select the item for update.

PTZ PROTOCOL : Select to PTZ PROTO-

COL update.

SYSTEM S/W : Select to SYSTEM S/W update.

Method : Select the update method.

USB : Update from USB memory stick.

Network : Update from the update server.

Update Server : Enter the IP address of update server.

Note :

If you can not update from the update server, check the TCP/IP options and the IP address of update server.

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Additional Program

Emergency

Agent program

Main Screen of Emergency Agent

If you set the Notification in the Emergency option to

ON, the system sends a message according to the settings of the Notification options in the setup menu.

(See page 33).

1. Double-Click the [LDV-S500 Emergency Agent] icon to start Emergency Agent program.

The LG logo icon is displayed in the system tray on the bottom right of the screen.

a b c

2. Whenever notification function occurs, a message box is displayed on the bottom right of the screen.

The LG logo icon is changed to message icon.

The Message box is displayed for 5 seconds.

3. Check the message.

4. Click the message box within 5 seconds to display the [Received Messages] window.

or

Click the right mouse button on the program icon in the system tray and select [Check Message

Box] option to display the [Received Messages] window.

5. You can check the all subjects of received messages.

6. Click the [CLOSE] button to close the [Received

Messages] window.

d e f g h i a

Displays message type.

b

Displays IP Address.

c

Displays received time.

d

Displays the Port change window.

e

Displays the search window.

f

Refresh the received message on the list.

g

Detail View of the received message.

h

Delete the selected message on the list.

i

Close the [Received Messages] window.

Port Setting Delete the Message from the list

1. Select the message(s) you want to delete.

2. Click the DELETE button.

The confirmation window is displayed.

1. Click the PORT button.

The Option window is displayed.

2. Enter the Port Number of the Emergency Agent

Listen Port. Factory default port is 9002. However in some cases it is better to change this port number for added flexibility or security. If desired change the port number (1025 ~ 65535).

3. Click the OK button to exit.

3. Click [Yes] button to delete message.

Message Search

1. Click the SEARCH button.

The Message Search window is displayed.

2. Select the search method.

• Event Search : Search by selected event type of message.

• Date Search : Search by selected date.

3. Click the Search button.

The search message is displayed on the

[Received Messages] window.

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Export V iewer program

You can playback from the export data on the PC using this program.

Main Screen of Export Viewer

- File Name : Displays the file name.

- Time : Displays the recorded date and time of data.

- Video Format : Displays the video type of the data.

- Camera Number : Displays the camera channel number of recorded data.

- Recording Mode : Displays the save mode of the data. (continuous, motion or etc.)

Playing a data

1. Double-Click the [Export Viewer] icon.

The Export Viewer window is displayed.

2. Select [File(F)] > [Open].

The open window is displayed.

• Program Menu.

- File(F)

> Open : Open the data file.

> Exit : Exit the program.

- Help(H)

> About Us : Displays Export Viewer information.

• Control icons

3. Search and select the desired file.

Playable file format is “.exp” only.

4. Click the OPEN button.

The selected data is playback automatically.

- .

: Jump to the beginning of the file.

- N : Start playback.

- ```` : Pause playback.

- x : Stops playback.

- > : Jump to the end of the file.

• Watermark setting

The warning window will appear with watermark option, if the file which is in playback differs from the file that is originally recorded.

5. Click the x (STOP) button to stop playback.

REFERENCE

T roubleshooting

Check the following guide for the possible cause of a problem before contacting service.

Symptom

The system power does not turn on.

Resolution

• Check the power cable is connected correctly.

• Check the input voltage is correct.

• If the system power does not turn on even if the power cable is connected correctly, please contact the service center.

The system power is turned on, but no video data is displayed on the monitor.

• Check the monitor power cable is connected properly

• Make sure the monitor is turned on.

• Check the video output cable of LDV-S500 DVR is properly connected to the monitor.

• Check the selected monitor type. (See page 19).

• Unplug the power cable and plug in again.

• For VGA monitor, it takes about a minute to boot. Be sure not to turn off the system until booting is completed.

The camera numbers are displayed on the screen, but camera images are not displayed.

• Check the camera video output is connected to LDV-S500 DVR system correctly.

• Check the covert option in the camera setup menu. If the covert option is ON, set to OFF.

• Check the power cable on the camera is connected correctly.

• Check the video cable connection from camera to LDV-S500 DVR system has a problem.

• Turn off the DVR system and turn it on again.

The camera video is shown on the screen, but the system does not record video.

It is impossible to search through the recorded video.

• Check the recording mode in the record setting menu.

• Turn off the DVR system and turn it on again.

• Check the HDD detection status in the System Information window.

If the HDD detection status is abnormal condition, check the HDD formatting and the connection of HDD.

• Check the recordable disk space in HDD.

• Check the overwrite option in the setup menu for overwrite recording.

• Check if there is a recorded video data at the time that you are trying to search on the table.

• If there is no recorded video data, check the recording mode in the record setting menu.

• Check the HDD detection status in the System Information window.

If the HDD detection status is abnormal condition, check the HDD formatting and the connection of HDD.

• Check the user type. The search function is not available for normal user.

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Symptom

Audio data recorded with video data is not playing.

Color of some camera videos are strange or videos are shown abnormally.

There are a lot of

(screen) noise on the image.

The connected sensor is not operating.

The connected PTZ camera is not operating.

Resolution

• Check the audio recording option is correctly set for the camera you wish to record audio.

• Check the microphone and speaker port on the rear of system are connected correctly.

• Check the connected microphone is working properly.

• Check the connected speaker is working properly.

• If the camera connected to the system has a problem, make sure that the camera is not damaged by trying another camera into a working video output.

• Check the video format setting of the unit is same with connected camera’s video format. Depending on your region, the camera’s video format can support either PAL or NTSC. Depending on the camera’s video format, the video process can differ greatly, therefore it can be difficult to recognize the video data if the video format setting is different from the camera’s video format.

• Check the video signal output from the camera has a problem, make sure that the camera is not damaged by trying another camera into a working video output.

• Check the video cable connection between camera and the DVR is cut, crosswired or shorted.

• Check there is a high voltage wire around the video cable connection between camera and DVR system. It can cause a noise problem to decrease video quality.

• Check the video cable connection between camera and DVR system is the correct video cable. When a normal power-supplying cable is used instead of the video cable, screen noise can be generated.

• Check the type of sensor in camera setting is the same with the connected sensor.

• Check the system is set to use the sensor in recording schedule window in the recording setting menu.

• Check the sensor is properly connected to the SENSOR-IN.

• Check the system is set to use the PTZ camera in the camera setting menu.

• Check the power cable of the PTZ camera is properly connected.

• Check the signal cable of the PTZ camera is properly connected.

• Check the selected channel to control the PTZ camera.

• Check the user type. The PTZ camera control is not available for normal user.

Symptom

E-mail sent from this product does not received.

Resolution

• E-mail reception failed without SMTP server setting.

- Make sure the network is correctly set.

- Make sure the mail address is correctly input.

- Check the spam mail setting of inputted mail address.

(If you set the spam mail, some mail’s are deleted automatically or classified in spam mail box)

- Some of the SMTP mail service company is not support an E-mail from the private SMTP server. In this case, use the public SMTP server.

• E-mail is not received even if you set the SMTP server.

- When the [Please check the SMTP information or internet cable] message is displayed.

> Check the SMTP server address.

> Check the SMTP port number. (Default setting is 25).

> Check the network settings.

- When the [Please check the authentication information] message is displayed.

> Check the user name.

> Check the password.

- The mail reception failed without error message.

> Check the receiver’s mail address.

> Check your E-mail is not classified as a spam mail in receiver’s mail setting.

The Remote Control does not work properly.

• Check the batteries in the Remote Control.

• Check the remote control’s ID setting (See page 37).

Note :

If you observe any of the following symptoms...

• When any of the front panel LED does not lighting.

• When the DVR does not operate normally.

You can reboot the DVR as follow :

• Turn off the DVR and turn on the DVR again after a few seconds.

When the recorder does not work normally after rebooting, contact the service center.

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• Supported USB Memory list

3

4

No.

1

2

Maker

Sandisk

Sony

Transcend

Imation

Model Name

Cruzer Micro

Ultra Mini USM

JF 120 2.0

Mini Drive

Capacity

256MB/512MB/1GB

256MB/512MB/1GB

256MB/512MB/1GB

256MB/512MB/1GB

USB Version

Ver 2.0

Ver 2.0

Ver 2.0

Ver 2.0

• Supported CD/DVD writing device list

Maker

LG

Plextor

Model Name

GSA-E10N

PX-716UF

• Supported CD/DVD Media list

Maker

Mitsubishi

Imation

CD-R

YES

YES

CD-RW

YES

YES

DVD-R

YES

YES

DVD-RW

YES

YES

DVD+R

YES

YES

DVD+RW

YES

YES

• Supported function list for external USB device

Device

CD/DVD

USB memory

HDD

Instant backup

O

O

O

Schedule backup

X

O

O

Note :

If you use USB memory stick or HDD for configuration import/export, you must disconnect the other external USB devices.

• Supported PTZ Camera list

Protocol Name

LG_MULTIX

LG_SD168

PELCO D

PELCO P

GANZ_DSCP

GANZ_P360V1

KALATEL_CYBERDOM

PANASONIC_CS850

SAMSUNG_SCC

Maker

LG

LG

PELCO

PELCO

CBC

CBC

KALATEL

PANASONIC

SAMSUNG

Pan/Tilt Zoom

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

Export

O

O

O

Focus

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

Iris

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

Configuration Import/Export

X

O

O

Preset

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

Tour

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

Setup

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

NO

NO

YES

YES

Classification

1st level

Camera

Schedule

Display

Event

Detailed Items

2nd level

Camera Covert

Audio

Channel

Video Adj.

3rd level

Name

Brightness

Contrast

Color

PTZ

Channel

Port

Control ID

Protocol

Baud Rate

PTZ Test

Recording

Res.

Quality

Frame Rate

Pre

Post

Video Format Video

Sun ~ Sat

Special Day

OSD

Main Monitor

Spot Monitor

Sensor

Motion

Etc

Language

Channel Name

Channel Status

Dwell Time

Dwell Time

Event Popup

In

Sensor Type

Camera

Output

Channel

Sensitivity

Alarm Out

Area

Alarm Off

Default Setting

CH 01 ~ CH 16

OFF

01 ~ 08, NONE

01

50

50

50

01

NONE

0

LG_MULTIX

9600

-

352X240 (NTSC) / 352X288 (PAL)

NORMAL

30 (NTSC) / 25 (PAL)

OFF

10SEC

NTSC

No Record

No Record

ENGLISH

ON

ON

2 SEC

2 SEC

OFF

01

N.O.

Channel

NONE

01

5

NONE

OFF

POST-ALARM TIME

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Classification

1st level

Network

2nd level

TCP/IP

DDNS

Notification

Mail

Emergency

Detailed Items

3rd level

DHCP

IP Address

Subnet Mask

Gateway

Primary DNS

Secondary DNS

TCP/IP Port No.

Web Server Port No.

Bandwidth

User Name

Password

Sensor On

Motion Detect

Disk Full

Admin PW Changed

Video Loss

Power On/Off

Notification

SMTP Server

SMTP Port No.

User Name

Password

Mail Address 1-4

E-mail Test

Notification

IP/Port No.

Default Setting

OFF

OFF

OFF

Null

25

Null

Null

Null

-

OFF

Null / 9002

80

100

Null

Null

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

Null

Null

Null

Null

Null

9001

Classification

1st level

System

2nd level

Date/Time

Detailed Items

3rd level

NTP

Date

Time

Date Format

Daylight Saving

Time Zone

Time Server

Private Time Server

Sync. Interval

NTP Test

Buzzer

User

Update

Configuration

Button Beep

Sensor Buzzer

Motion Buzzer

Administrator

Power User

Normal User

Item

Method

Update Server

Update

Configuration Import

Configuration Export

Factory Default

Format

Hard Disk

Log In/Out

Backup

System ID

Overwrite

Full Warning

Event Partition

Auto Logout

Time

Schedule

Device

Schedule Start

Time Range Date

Time Range Start

Time Range End

IR Remote Controller

Default Setting

OFF

2006.01.01

YYYY/MM/DD

-

OFF

GMT

PUBLIC SERVER

Null

1 Day

-

OFF

OFF

OFF

“0000”

“0000”

“0000”

SYSTEM S/W

USB

Null

-

-

-

-

ALL

ALL

70%

50%

-

-

-

OFF

0

OFF

-

-

01

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Recording T ime T able (250GB HDD)

Resolution

(NTSC/PAL)

352x240

/ 352x288

Quality

Lowes

Low

Normal

High

Best

5 / 5

3 / 3

1 / 1

30 / 25

20 / 20

15 / 12.5

7.5 / 6

5 / 5

3 / 3

1 / 1

20 / 20

15 / 12.5

7.5 / 6

5 / 5

3 / 3

1 / 1

30 / 25

20 / 20

15 / 12.5

7.5 / 6

FPS

(NTSC/PAL)

30 / 25

20 / 20

15 / 12.5

7.5 / 6

5 / 5

3 / 3

1 / 1

30 / 25

20 / 20

15 / 12.5

7.5 / 6

5 / 5

3 / 3

1 / 1

30 / 25

166 / 134

189 / 146

187 / 156

51 / 48

61 / 56

87 / 74

127 / 111

160 / 130

182 / 139

187 / 156

124 / 87

168 / 106

214 / 150

240 / 163

258 / 185

283 / 217

54 / 49

63 / 61

92 / 78

132 / 117

Recording Time (Hr)

Video (NTSC/PAL) Video+Audio (NTSC/PAL)

9 ch

182 / 142

16 ch

102 / 79

9 ch

166 / 132

16 ch

93 / 74

193 / 171

285 / 215

403 / 299

108 / 96

160 / 120

226 / 168

175 / 157

248 / 193

333 / 259

98 / 88

139 / 108

187 / 145

485 / 327

488 / 376

622 / 446

160 / 105

186 / 128

245 / 160

323 / 222

356 / 241

402 / 274

442 / 322

107 / 71

273 / 184

274 / 211

350 / 251

90 / 59

105 / 72

137 / 90

181 / 125

200 / 136

226 / 154

249 / 181

60 / 40

388 / 280

389 / 314

470 / 362

148 / 99

170 / 120

217 / 147

276 / 199

301 / 214

332 / 240

360 / 276

102 / 68

218 / 157

219 / 177

264 / 203

83 / 56

95 / 67

122 / 83

155 / 112

169 / 120

187 / 135

202 / 155

57 / 38

69 / 49

95 / 59

120 / 84

135 / 92

145 / 104

159 / 122

30 / 27

35 / 34

52 / 44

74 / 65

93 / 75

106 / 82

105 / 88

28 / 27

34 / 32

49 / 41

71 / 62

90 / 73

102 / 78

105 / 88

116 / 83

155 / 101

193 / 139

213 / 150

227 / 169

247 / 195

53 / 47

61 / 59

88 / 75

124 / 110

153 / 125

172 / 136

171 / 144

49 / 47

59 / 55

83 / 71

119 / 105

148 / 122

166 / 129

170 / 144

86 / 70

96 / 76

96 / 81

27 / 26

33 / 31

46 / 40

67 / 59

83 / 68

93 / 72

96 / 81

65 / 46

87 / 56

108 / 78

120 / 84

128 / 95

139 / 110

29 / 26

34 / 33

49 / 42

69 / 62

Resolution

(NTSC/PAL)

704x240

/ 704x288

704 x 480

/ 704 x 576

Quality

Lowest

Low

Normal

High

Best

Lowest

Low

Normal

High

Best

1 / 1

7.5 / 6

5 / 5

3 / 3

1 / 1

7.5 / 6

5 / 5

3 / 3

1 / 1

7.5 / 6

5 / 5

3 / 3

1 / 1

7.5 / 6

5 / 5

3 / 3

1 / 1

7.5 / 6

5 / 5

3 / 3

1 / 1

5 / 5

3 / 3

1 / 1

15 / 12.5

7.5 / 6

5 / 5

3 / 3

1 / 1

15 / 12.5

7.5 / 6

5 / 5

3 / 3

FPS

(NTSC/PAL)

15 / 12.5

7.5 / 6

5 / 5

3 / 3

1 / 1

15 / 12.5

7.5 / 6

5 / 5

3 / 3

1 / 1

15 / 12.5

7.5 / 6

* This recording time table is reference only.

The recording time can be different depends on your environment of surveillance.

149 / 114

145 / 119

188 / 133

218 / 156

259 / 189

133 / 97

157 / 106

172 / 121

179 / 129

69 / 50

84 / 55

96 / 66

114 / 82

54 / 40

64 / 44

70 / 51

81 / 65

47 / 35

58 / 40

58 / 41

73 / 57

175 / 108

202 / 133

228 / 163

73 / 50

98 / 80

119 / 91

139 / 104

163 / 127

47 / 44

77 / 66

99 / 77

118 / 91

Recording Time (Hr)

Video (NTSC/PAL)

9 ch 16 ch

217 / 156 122 / 88

Video+Audio(NTSC/PAL)

9 ch

195 / 145

16 ch

109 / 81

305 / 233

386 / 260

438 / 303

172 / 131

217 / 146

246 / 170

264 / 208

321 / 229

357 / 262

148 / 117

180 / 129

201 / 147

512 / 372

201 / 134

284 / 190

298 / 189

324 / 218

359 / 258

98 / 60

143 / 95

288 / 209

113 / 75

160 / 107

167 / 106

182 / 122

202 / 145

55 / 33

80 / 53

405 / 312

182 / 125

248 / 173

258 / 172

278 / 196

303 / 227

93 / 58

133 / 91

227 / 175

102 / 70

139 / 97

145 / 97

156 / 110

170 / 128

52 / 32

74 / 51

98 / 61

113 / 74

128 / 92

41 / 28

55 / 45

67 / 51

78 / 58

92 / 71

26 / 25

43 / 37

55 / 43

66 / 51

161 / 102

182 / 124

204 / 150

71 / 49

93 / 77

112 / 87

129 / 99

150 / 119

46 / 43

74 / 64

94 / 74

111 / 87

90 / 57

102 / 70

114 / 84

40 / 27

52 / 43

63 / 48

73 / 55

84 / 67

26 / 24

41 / 36

52 / 41

62 / 49

84 / 64

82 / 67

105 / 75

123 / 88

145 / 106

75 / 54

88 / 59

97 / 68

101 / 73

38 / 28

47 / 31

54 / 37

64 / 46

30 / 22

36 / 25

39 / 29

45 / 36

26 / 19

33 / 22

32 / 23

41 / 32

138 / 108

135 / 112

171 / 124

196 / 144

228 / 172

125 / 93

145 / 100

158 / 114

164 / 121

66 / 49

81 / 54

91 / 63

107 / 78

52 / 39

61 / 43

67 / 50

77 / 63

46 / 34

57 / 39

56 / 40

70 / 55

78 / 61

76 / 63

96 / 70

110 / 81

128 / 96

70 / 52

82 / 56

89 / 64

92 / 68

37 / 27

45 / 30

51 / 35

60 / 44

29 / 22

34 / 24

38 / 28

43 / 35

25 / 19

32 / 22

31 / 22

39 / 31

69

70

Video

Audio

Alarm

Recording

Search

Display

Internal HDD

Backup

Serial I/F

Network

Security

Model

Output

Input

Input

Output

Loop Through

Composite

S-Video

VGA

Spot

Input

Output

Pre-Alarm Recording

Image Rate

(/Sec)

Image Rate

(/Sec)

Division Mode

Max Capacity

Backup Interface

Supportable Devices

PTZ Control Interface

Serial Interface

Network Connection

Network Transmittion Speed

Bandwidth ControlYes

Password Protection

Image Authentication

Power

Power consumption

Dimension (WxDxH mm)

Weight (without HDD)

Operation Temp. / Humidity

NTSC

PAL

Playback Function

Search Mode

NTSC

PAL

LDV-S503

9

9

1

1

1

1

4

1

8

4

Up to 60 sec

LDV-S504

16

16

1

1

1

1

8

1

16

8

Up to 60 sec

Up to 270 IPS @ 352x240

Up to 130 IPS @ 704x240

Up to 60 IPS @ 704x480

Up to 220 IPS @ 352x288

Up to 110 IPS @ 704x288

Up to 480 IPS @ 352x240

Up to 240 IPS @ 704x240

Up to 120 IPS @ 704x480

Up to 400 IPS @ 352x288

Up to 200 IPS @ 704x288

Up to 50 IPS @ 704x576

FF, FB, Frame Advance

Go to First, Go to Last

Up to 100 IPS @ 704x576

FF, FB, Frame Advance

Go to First, Go to Last

Date/Time, Event (Motion, Alarm) Date/Time, Event (Motion, Alarm)

Bookmark, Smart Bookmark, Smart

270 IPS 480 IPS

(Real time per each channel)

220 IPS

(Real time per each channel)

1, 4, 9,1+5

PIP(1Channel), POP(Multi)

2TB (Up to 4 HDDs)

USB 2.0, x3

Network

Memory Stick

CD-RW, DVD-RW, HDD

RS-485/ RS-422, x2

RS-232C, x2 (D-SUB9)

Ethernet 10/100 M (RJ-45)

Up to120 IPS @ 352x240

Yes

Yes

Yes

AC Free 100~240 V, 50/60 Hz

Max. 85 W (1 HDD)

430 x 360 x 88

6 Kg

0 ºC ~ 40 ºC / 0%RH ~ 80%RH

(Real time per each channel)

400 IPS

(Real time per each channel)

1, 4, 9, 16, 1+5, 1+7

PIP(1Channel), POP(Multi)

2TB (Up to 4 HDDs)

USB 2.0, x3

Network

Memory Stick

CD-RW, DVD-RW, HDD

RS-485/ RS-422, x2

RS-232C, x2 (D-SUB9)

Ethernet 10/100 M (RJ-45)

Up to120 IPS @ 352x240

Yes

Yes

AC Free 100~240 V, 50/60 Hz

Max. 85 W (1 HDD)

430 x 360 x 88

6 Kg

0 ºC ~ 40 ºC / 0%RH ~ 80%RH

P/NO: MFL30580101 0607 (V1.0)

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