HDR-04FE_User Manual_ENG - COP Security

HDR-04FE_User Manual_ENG - COP Security
16 Channel DVR
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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INTRODUCTION
1.1 DVR Features…………………………………………………………………………….4
1.2 Specification………………………………………………………………………………5
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OVERVIEW
2.1 Front Panel………………………………………………………………………………..6
2.2 Rear Panel………………………………………………………………………………...7
2.3 Additional Information…………………………………………………………………....8
2.4 Alarm Information………………………………………………………………………...8
2.5 IR Remote control…..…………………………………………………………………....9
2.6 PTZ control……..………………………………………………………………….........10
2.7 Mouse control…..………………………………………………………………….........12
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SYSTEM MENU
3.1 System Menu…..………………………………………………………………….........13
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SYSTEM SETUP
4.1 Camera Setup..…………………………………………………………………............16
4.2 Motion Setup..…………………………………………………………………..............17
4.3 Record Setup..………………………………………………………………….............18
4.4 Alarm Setup..…………………………………………………………………...............20
4.5 HDD Setup..………………………………………………………………….................21
4.6 Network Setup..…………………………………………………………………........... 23
4.7 Backup …….....…………………………………………………………………........... 24
4.8 System Settings..………………………………………………………………………..25
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PLAYBACK
5.1 Time Search..……..……………………………………………………………………..29
5.2 Event Search…...………………………………………………………………………..30
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COPY
6.1 Copy a specific time and date…...……………………………………………………..31
6.2 Copy video currently playing.…………………………………………………………..31
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PLAYBACK A COPY ON PC
7.1 Playback on Computer…………...…………………………………………………….32
7.2 Backup file to AVI…….…………...…………………………………………………….34
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NETWORK VIEW AND PLAYBACK
8.1 Internet Explorer…………...……………………………………………………………35
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ESTIMATED RECORD TIMES
9.1 Playback on Computer…………...…………………………………………………….42
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Chapter 1: Introduction
1.1 DVR FEATURES
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H.264 hardware-based recording and playback
Triplex Function (Simultaneously playback, record and remote view)
16 BNC Camera Inputs
1 BNC monitor Output
1 VGA monitor Output
1 BNC spot monitor output
1 S-video monitor output
1 Audio Input
1 Audio Output
Built in 250GB SATA HDD
View and Operate over Network
Time Schedule, Alarm and Motion Triggered Recording Modes
Motion Detection with Sensitivity and Area Settings
16 Alarm Inputs
1 Alarm Relay Output
Support PTZ Control via 485 Port – Supports Pelco-P / Pelco D
Backup to USB Memory stick Built-in USB2.0 Port
Digital Zoom Function
Recording @ 720 x 288 (2 CIF) and 360 x 288 (CIF)
Mouse or front panel operation
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1.2 SPECIFICATION
Video Input
16 x BNC
Main Monitor Output
1 x Composite (BNC), 1 x VGA, 1 x S-Video
Spot Monitor Output
1 x Composite (BNC)
Display Resolution (Live) 720 x 576 (PAL)
Display Rate
25 FPS per channel (PAL)
Split Screen
1,4, 9,16
Compression
H.264 Hardware-Based Codec
Recording Resolution
PAL: 720 x 288 (2 CIF), 360 x 288 (CIF)
Recording Quality
4 x Levels ( Best / High / Medium / Low)
Recording Rate (2 CIF)
PAL: 720*288 up to 100
Recording Rate (CIF)
PAL: 360*288 up to 200
Recording Mode
Permanent, Manual, Scheduled, Motion, Alarm
Search Mode
Date/Time, Event (Motion, Alarm, Video Loss)
Features
Video Motion Detection, Privacy Recording, Digital Zoom (2X)
Storage
250GB HDD
Backup
USB 2.0 Slot to memory stick
HDD Management
Status, Format, Overwrite, Capacity Warning
Network Connection
1 x RJ-45 Ethernet
Network Protocols
PPPoE/ Static/ DHCP IP & DDNS
Remote Software
Management, Monitoring, Recording, Playback, PTZ, Event Search
Network Data Export
Backup, AVI
Audio In/Out
1 x RCA In, 1 x RCA Out
Alarm In/Out
16 x In (NO / NC Switchable), 1 x Out (NO / NC)
PTZ Control Protocols
1 x RS-485 (Pelco D, Pelco P,)
User Interface
On Screen Display, Front Panel Buttons, IR Remote Control, USB Mouse
Dimensions (W x H x D) 280 x 260 x 80 mm
Unit Weight
1.8 kg (without HDD)
Operating Temperature
0 ~ 45 ℃
Operating Humidity
0 ~ 90%
Power
DC 12V, 5.0 A Adaptor
Approvals
CE, FCC, RoHS, WEEE
* SPECIFICATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
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Chapter 2: Overview
2.1 FRONT PANEL
NO.
LABEL
1
Power
2
HDD
3
4
REC
◄◄
5
6
■
7
■►
►►
8
►
9
10~13 Channels
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Quad
15
Zoom
16
Auto
17
Enter/Copy
18~22
►▲▼◄
OPPERATION
Power LED
HDD LED
IR Sensor for remote control.
Record button to start recording manually
Fast backward x2 x4 x8 times
Stop (recording and playback)
Pause playback
Fast forward x2 x4 x8 times / PTZ in live view
Playback
1~16 Channels
Quad Display
Zoom
Auto Switch channels on Main Monitor
Enter/ Copy function (for USB backup)
Right/ Up/ Down/ Left in Menu function
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USB Backup
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Mouse Connector (Only by the mouse supplied).
PTZ
Up / Down
Left / Right
Note: Please plug the mouse in to the DVR mouse connector before you power
on the DVR. DO NOT REMOVE and PLUG IN the supplied mouse while
DVR is operating.
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2.2 BACK PANEL
NO.
LABEL
OPERATION
1
POWER
Power switcher: DC 12V 5A / 50-60 Hz input.
2
VGA D-SUB OUT
Connect to LCD monitor.
3
ETHERNET
RJ-45 connector for network.
4
ALARM RELAY
25 pin connector for Alarm input/ output.
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VIDEO INPUT
Video input with BNC connector.
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AUDIO OUT
Audio output
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AUDIO IN
Audio input.
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RS232/RS-485
RELAY
9 pin connector for external control unit
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VIDEO OUTPUT
Video output with BNC connector.
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MONITOR OUT
Video output with BNC and S-Video connector.
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2.3 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
AUTO SWITCH: In split screen mode the “AUTO” key is used to enable the full
screen auto switch function on the main monitor, press the
“AUTO” key again to disable the function.
ZOOM:
In full screen mode the “ZOOM” button is used accesses the
digital ZOOM function. Press ▲▼◄►, to move the zoom
window, then press ENTER to zoom in and out.
PTZ:
In Full screen mode the PTZ button is used to access the PTZ
function. Press ▲▼◄► to move the PTZ camera.
COPY:
In playback mode press the “COPY” button to start a backup of
the video currently being played and press “COPY” again to end
backup. The File player will also be automatically copied to the
memory stick
2.4 EXTERAL ALARM
There are three types of alarms that the system can be configured to handle. They
are Motion detection Alarm, External Alarm and Video Loss Alarm.
A. Motion detection Alarm and External Alarm:
When a motion detect or External Alarm is triggered, there are 5 possible
actions that the DVR take.
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
Changes recording speed.
Monitor will display the channel in alarm in full screen.
Activate the alarm out Relay.
The camera title will be changed to yellow when motion is detected.
“ALARM” text will show up when external alarm is triggered.
B. Video Loss Alarm:
The default setting for Video Loss alarm is enabled.
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2.5 IR REMOTE CONTROL
ITEM
REC
AUTO
SEL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
AUTO
Auto Switch channels on Main Monitor.
SEL
Access the PTZ function. (full screen node only)
.REC
Press REC to start and stop recording.
1-16
Press the button to select a channel for full screen.
MODE
Fast backward
PB
ID
Picture by picture backward play
ZOOM
MENU
Picture by picture forward play
STOP
Fast forward
Play video forward
MODE
Split Screen Switch
ID
**ID setup to control DVRs
▲
Switch split screen & Move upward or increase.
►
Switch split screen & Move right or increase.
▼
Switch split screen & Move downward or decrease.
◄
Switch split screen & Move left or decrease.
To enter item or make choose.
MENU
PB
STOP
To into or exit main menu
Play recorded video
Stop play and playback
**Each DVR can have its own ID number. You can control a DVR via remote controller by pressing ID
button first and then ID number of the DVR and then press the ID button again on remote controller.
For example, if DVR is set to 1, you press the ID button then 1 then the ID button again on the
remote controller to control this DVR.
**Click ID button first and then number 99 and ID button again to control multi-DVR(s) at the same
time.
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2.6 PTZ CONTROL
To enter the PTZ control menu first switch the camera you want to control to full
screen then:A: On the front panel press PTZ
B: On the IR remote press SEL
C: Using the mouse click
You can then control the PTZ camera by using the front panel, IR remote or mouse
A: Front panel control
Press ▲ or ▼ to move up and down
Press ◄ or ► to move left and right
to zoom in
Press
Press
to zoom out
Press
to access the PTZ settings
LEFT-RIGHT SPEED: Press ◄ or ► to change
UP-DOWN SPEED: Press ◄ or ► to change
AUTO SPEED: Press ◄ or ► to change
BAUD RATE: Press ◄ or ► to change
PROTOCOL: Press ◄ or ► to change
Press
to exit the PTZ menu
Press Enter/Copy to access the preset settings
SAVE PRESET NUMBER: Press ◄ or ► to change
to save the preset point
Press
GO TO PRESET NUMBER: Press ◄ or ► to change
Press
to move the camera to the preset point
Press ■ to exit the PTZ menu
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B: IR remote control
Press ▲ or ▼ to move up and down
Press ◄ or ► to move left and right
Press
to zoom in
Press
to zoom out
Press MENU to access the PTZ settings
LEFT-RIGHT SPEED: Press ◄ or ► to change
UP-DOWN SPEED: Press ◄ or ► to change
AUTO SPEED: Press ◄ or ► to change
BAUD RATE: Press ◄ or ► to change
PROTOCOL: Press ◄ or ► to change
Press MENU to exit the PTZ menu
Press
to access the preset settings
SAVE PRESET NUMBER: Press ◄ or ► to change
Press
to save the preset point
GO TO PRESET NUMBER: Press ◄ or ► to change
to move the camera to the preset point
Press
Press ■ to exit the PTZ menu
C: Mouse Control
PTZ setup menu.
Preset Menu.
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Direction
Zoom In / Out
Note: On the PTZ setup and Preset menu use the mouse wheel to change the
number values
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2.7 MOUSE CONTROL
The pop-up mouse menu can be activated in live mode by moving the mouse
to the bottom of the live viewing screen.
A.
MENU
Press this button to get into the menu.
B.
DISK INFORMATION
Press this button to display disk information.
C.
DIGITAL ZOOM
In full screen mode, left-click the mouse
button to mark an area to zoom in. Right-click
to return to normal view and disable zoom
function
D.
PTZ
In full screen mode this button will access the
PTZ function. Right-click to exit PTZ Setup.
E.
AUDIO CONTROL
Press this button to turn the audio on or off。
F.
DISPLAY
In live view or playback mode, use display
control to switch the camera channel.
G.
RECORD AND PLAYBACK CONTROL
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Chapter 3: System Menu
To enter the menu:A: On the front panel press
B: On the IR remote press MENU
C: Using the mouse click
The default setting for the password is disabled, if the password is enabled the
default password is 1 1 1 1
A.
CAMERA SETUP
B.
MOTION SETUP
C.
RECORD SETUP
D.
ALARM SETUP
E.
HARD DISK SETUP
F.
NETWORK SETUP
G.
BACKUP SETUP
H.
SYSTEM SETUP
A: On the front panel Use ▲ or ▼ ◄ or ► to navigate
Press Enter/Copy to select
Press
to exit the menu
B: On the IR remote Use ▲ or ▼ ◄ or ► to navigate
Press
to select
Press MENU to exit the menu
C: Using the mouse Click the required option
Use the mouse wheel to change values
Click
at the top of the menu window to go back
Click EXIT to exit the menu
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Main Menu...Camera Setup. Video Adjust.............................. Contrast
Camera Title
Display (covert)
Dwell Time
Brightness
Hue
Colour
Sharpness
PTZ Setup................................. Left-Right Speed
Up-Down Speed
Auto Speed
Baud Rate
Protocol
Motion Setup......Motion Detect (on/off)
Buzzer (on/off)
Sensitivity
Motion Area
Record Setup.....Resolution
Normal Record (frame rate)
Alarm Record (frame rate)
Alarm Record Duration
Record Quality
Alarm Record Quality
Record Mode
Audio Record (on/off)
Schedule Setup.........................Full Record
Alarm Record
No Record
Alarm Setup........External Alarm Mode
Alarm Display Mode
Video Loss Detection (on/off)
Event Log Setup........................External Event
Motion Event
Video Loss Event
Buzzer Setup.............................External Alarm Time
Motion Time
Video Loss Time
Relay Time Setup......................External Alarm Time
Motion Time
Video Loss Time
HDD Setup......... Overwrite Mode (on/off)
HDD Infomation
HDD Format Setup....................HDD P.Word (on/off)
HDD P.Word Set
HDD Format
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Network Setup....IP Mode
HTTP Port
IP Address
Sub Net Mask
Gateway
DNS 1
DNS 2
PPOE........................................ PPOE (on/off)
User Name
Password
State
DDNS........................................ DDNS (on/off)
Provider
User Name
Update Schedule
State
RTSP......................................... RTSP Port
RTP Start Port
RTP End Port
Video Quality
Email......................................... Email on Motion (on/off)
Email on Alarm (on/off)
Mail Server
User Name
Password
Senders Email
Receivers Email
CC EMail
Event Subject
FTP............................................FTP on Motion (on/off)
FTP on Alarm (on/off)
Backup setup..... USB Backup
CD/DVD Backup (not available on this version)
System Setup.....Date & Time Setup.................... Time / Date
Date Format
NTP Server (on/off)
NTP Server IP Address
GMT (time Zone)
Update Time
Spot Monitor Setup
System Type
Keyboard Lock
DVR ID Number
Display Setup............................Camera title (on/off)
DVR status (on/off)
Date and Time (on/off)
Language
System Password
Firmware Upgrade
Load Default
Daylight Saving Setup
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Password (on/off)
Set Password (default 1111)
Chapter 4: System Setup
4.1 CAMERA SETUP
On the front panel & IR remote use ▲ or ▼ to
navigate
Use the ◄ or ► or Mouse wheel to change value
Press Enter/Copy to select or use mouse to select
and change.
CAMERA
Select the camera channel you want to change the settings for Press ◄ or ►/
mouse wheel to switch channels.
VIDEO ADJUST
This option changes the video settings for each channel individually
CONTRAST
BRIGHTNESS
HUE
COLOR
SHAPRNESS
CAMERA TITLE
You can change the title displayed for each camera, you can have up to 8
characters per camera
On the front panel & IR remote use ▲ or ▼ ◄ or ► to
navigate
Press Enter/Copy to select
Or use mouse to select and change.
DISPLAY
You can set each camera to be displayed on the monitor or to be covert. Covert
cameras will still be recorded.
DWELL TIME
You can set the Dwell time used in auto switching on the main display the camera
will not be displayed in auto switch mode
PTZ SETUP
Each camera can have a different setting for PTZ cameras.
On the front panel & IR remote use ▲ or ▼ to
navigate
Use the ◄ or ► or Mouse wheel to change value
Press Enter/Copy to select or use mouse to select
and change.
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4.2 MOTION SETUP
On the front panel & IR remote use ▲ or ▼ to
navigate
Use the ◄ or ► or Mouse wheel to change value
Press Enter/Copy to select or use mouse to select
and change.
CAMERA
Select the camera channel you want to change the settings for Press ◄ or ►/
mouse wheel to switch channels.
MOTION DETECT
Select if you want Motion detect to operate on this channel
BUZZER
Select if you want the buzzer to sound during a motion event
SENSITIVITY
Change the sensitivity value from 001 (minimum) to 100 (maximum).
AREA SETUP
Press SET to enter Motion Area Setting.
(Note: The default setting of all area is “MOTION ON”.)
On the front panel & IR
remote use ▲ or ▼ to select
an area or use the mouse to
select which area to be
masked out (not used)
The green area shows the area
that is masked.
or Left-Click the
Press the
mouse to see more options or
exit the setup.
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SELECT:
Clear the selected
mask area.
CLEAR:
Mark a Masked area.
EXIT:
Exit the motion
detection setup.
4.3 RECORD SETUP
On the front panel & IR remote use ▲ or ▼ to
navigate
Use the ◄ or ► or Mouse wheel to change value
Press Enter/Copy to select or use mouse to select
and change.
RESOULTION
Sets the global recording resolution for all cameras.
The options are:720 x 288 (2 CIF)
This will allow up to 100 FPS recording.
360 x 288 (CIF).
This will allow up to 200FPS recording
NORMAL RECORD FPS
Press SET to change the FPS in normal recording.
If the “AVERAGE” tick box is selected the available FPS will automatically be
distributed evenly for all cameras with video inputs that have a camera installed.
Un-tick the “AVERAGE” box to manually set the frame rate
Depending on the Resolution you set there will be two different ways to change
the frame rate
Record Resolution: 720 × 288 (2 CIF)
You can allocate a total of 100 FPS and each channel can be individually
changed
Record Resolution: 360 × 288 (CIF)
You can allocate a total of 200 FPS and but two channels are linked together.
IE:- channel 1 and 2 are linked and must have the same frame rate allocated.
ALARM RECORD FPS
Press SET to change the FPS in alarm recording.
This will set the frame rate that the DVR will record at during an alarm event.
The setup is the same procedure as the normal record FPS
ALARM RECORD DURATION
This sets the time that the DVR will record at the “ALARM RECORD FPS” rate
before returning to the normal recording rate
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RECORD QUALITY
Press SET to set the recording quality, it is recommended to Best or High as
recordings using medium or low will be only used for general observation
Depending on the Resolution you set there will be two different ways to change
the Quality
Record Resolution: 720 × 288 (2 CIF)
You can change each channel individually
Record Resolution: 360 × 288 (CIF)
Two channels are linked together.
IE:- channel 1 and 2 are linked and must be set to the same quality.
RECORD MODE
Sets the type of recording
Manual = constant recording unless the stop button is pressed
Schedule 1 to 5 = Record according to the schedule settings
AUDIO RECORD
Sets the DVR to record audio.
SCHEDULE SETUP
You can set up to 5 schedules, each schedule can have the following parameters.
Full Record
Alarm Record
No Record
You can set the DVR to behave in different ways at different times depending on
your requirements.
Press SET to get into schedule setup menu.
Use the ◄ or ► or Mouse wheel to change value
Press Enter/Copy to select or use mouse to select
and change.
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4.4 ALARM SETUP
On the front panel & IR remote use ▲ or ▼ to
navigate
Use the ◄ or ► or Mouse wheel to change value
Press Enter/Copy to select or use mouse to select
and change.
EXT. ALARM MODE
Select N.C for “normally closed” alarm input, or select N.O for “normally open”
alarm input.
ALARM DISPLAY MODE
Selects the way the main monitor behaves during an alarm event
Disable
The main monitor will not change during an alarm
Single Mode
The channel in alarm will pop up full screen for the duration of
the alarm.
VIDEO LOSS DETECT
Enables or disables the video loss alarm
EVENT LOG SETUP
Sets what type of alarm events are recorded in the log, this is useful if motion
detect is used as the log can become full quickly.
BUZZER TIME SETUP
Sets the time the buzzer remains on during an alarm event
RELAY TIME SETUP
Sets the time the alarm out relay remains on during an alarm event
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4.5 HARD DISK MANAGEMENT SETUP
On the front panel & IR remote use ▲ or ▼ to
navigate
Use the ◄ or ► or Mouse wheel to change value
Press Enter/Copy to select or use mouse to select
and change.
OVERWRITE MODE
Set the HDD overwrite option
ON =
Continues recording and the HDD will overwrite
OFF = The DVR will stop recording when the HDD becomes full
and a warning will sound
CAPACITY WARNING
When the overwrite is set to OFF the HDD capacity warning is enabled
Press ◄ or ► to change the value from 20/ 15/ 10 or 5% of the remaining HDD
space.
The buzzer will only sound if it is enabled in the alarm setup.
HDD INFORMATION
Press SET to display HDD information.
HDD FORMAT SETUP
You can format the HDD, “CAUTION” this will erase all recorded video
HDD PASSWORD PROTECT
You can set a password to prevent access to the HDD format option, this
password is separate to the normal operators password.
HDD PASSWORD
Press SET then use ◄ or ► or mouse to change password.
Default password: 1111
HDD FORMAT
Press SET to get into FORMAT setup.
“CAUTION” this will erase all recorded video
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4.6 NETWORK SETUP
On the front panel & IR remote use ▲ or ▼ to
navigate
Use the ◄ or ► or Mouse wheel to change value
Press Enter/Copy to select or use mouse to select
and change.
IP MODE
The method of assigning the IP address to STATIC or DHCP.
HTTP PORT
Sets the port used for WEB PAGE access.
IP ADDRESS
Change the IP ADDRESS.
NETMASK
Change the SUBNET MASK.
GATEWAY
Change Default GATEWAY.
DNS1
Change DNS. Only used if FTP or Email is to be used)
DNS2
Change DNS. Only used if FTP or Email is to be used)
PPPoE SETTING ENABLE / DISABLE PPPoE.
USER NAME Setup user name for ADSL account.
PASSWORD Setup password for ADSL account.
STATE
Press SET to display status of PPPoE.
DDNS SETUP
DDNS SETTING: DDNS ENABLE / DISABLE.
PROVIDER:
Select DDNS provider.
USER NAME:
Press SET to setup user name.
UPDATE SCHEDULE: Sets the dwell time of the DDNS update schedule.
STATE:
Press SET to display status of DDNS.
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RTSP SETUP
This function is for use with 3G mobile phone viewing of cameras, this function
is still under development for use in Europe and whilst it is included in the
product it is supplied as an unsupported function.
RTSP PORT:
RTP START PORT:
RTP END PORT:
VIDEO QUALITY:
Press SET to setup RTSP port. The default value is 554.
Press SET to setup RTP start port.
Press SET to setup RTP end port.
Press◄ or ►/ mouse wheel to select video quality.
EMAIL SETUP
The DVR can send an Email following an alarm or motion detect event.
Motion Settings:
Alarm Setting:
Mail Server:
Username:
Password:
Sender’s Mail:
Receiver’s Mail:
Bcc Mail:
Event Subject:
Enable or disable email on motion event
Enable or disable email on alarm event
The IP address of Mail Server
The username used to log in to the mail server.
The password used to log in to the mail server.
The sender’s account when sending mail via mail a
mail server.
The receiver’s mail address.
The receiver’s mail address for Bcc Mail.
The subject of this mail. (Default is ALARM MAIL)
FTP SETUP
The DVR can send an FTP following an alarm or motion detect event.
Motion Settings:
Alarm Setting:
FTP Server:
Username:
Password:
Port:
Path:
Enable or disable FTP on motion event
Enable or disable FTP on alarm event
The IP address of FTP Server.
The username used to log in to the ftp server.
The password used to log in to the ftp server.
The port number of file transmission. (Default is 21)
The ftp path where the information is sent.
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4.7 BACKUP
On this version the CD / DVD option is not available. Backup can only be
performed using a USB memory stick.
NOTE: * During Backup the network remote control function will be stopped.
Each USB device has a different USB driver and their compatibilities differ. This
system is compatible with most of USB flash memory however some memory
sticks may not be recognized by the DVR. Also please format USB flash
memory with FAT32.
USB BACKUP MENU
Displays the start and end time
that the DVR has recorded.
The start and end time selected
for backup
USB memory stick information
Use the ◄ or ►/ mouse wheel to change the backup Start/ End time.
Press ENTER / COPY to start the backup, the progress will be displayed.
BACKUP FILE NAME
Each backup file will be named as START TIME.
EXAMPLE: 174624.264 is 17:46:24
AFTER BACKUP
After each backup, the system will copy the file player “R6VIEWER.EXE”
automatically on USB device.
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4.8 SYSTEM SETUP
On the front panel & IR remote use ▲ or ▼ to
navigate
Use the ◄ or ► or Mouse wheel to change value
Press Enter/Copy to select or use mouse to select
and change.
DATE / TIME SETUP
TIME
Press SET to set DATE / TIME.
Change DATE/ TIME.
DATE FORMAT
Change DATE. There are DD/MM/YYYY,
YYYY/MM/DD and MM/DD/YYYY three modes.
NTP MODE
When the NTP is enabled, use SET to change
SERVER IP and use ◄ or ►/ mouse wheel to change
GMP and UPDATE TIME.
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SPOT MONITOR
The Spot monitor has three modes of operation.
1: OFF:
2: Full Switch:
This mode displays a single channel and is fixed (the channel is
selected by using the front panel buttons)
This mode will switch selected channels in full screen, the
dwell time can be adjusted for each channel.
3: Quad Switch: This mode will switch a display showing a group of 4 cameras,
the dwell time for each group can be adjusted.
Off Mode
Full Switch Mode
Quad Switch Mode
SYSTEM TYPE
Press ◄ or ►/ mouse wheel to change the system type from PAL to NTSC.
KEYBOARD LOCK
This will lock the function of both the keyboard and the IR remote and the
mouse.
NOTE: This is not used to lock the engineer menu, to lock the engineer
menu use the system password function
There are three settings for locking the keyboard
OFF:
Allows full access to all functions. Engineering menu can be
password protected separately)
TYPE 1: Allows access to Change the display and engineering functions only,
and playback is protected by a password. Engineering menu can be
password protected separately)
TYPE 2 : Locks all functions except engineering menu and playback is
protected by a password. Engineering menu can be
password protected separately)
After KEYBOARD LOCK mode is enabled, please set up
PASSWORD without a password un-authorized users could access
the SYSTEM SETUP and make changes.
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DVR ID NUMBER
Press ◄ or ►/ mouse wheel to change values.
ID NUMBER is used if more than one DVR is to be controlled by a single Ir
remote control.
DISPLAY SETUP
Enable or Disable display CAMERA TITLE / DVR STATUS / DATE & TIME
display on the main monitor
LANGUAGE
Press ◄ or ► to change on-screen-display (OSD) language.
SYSTEM PASSWORD
The system password is used to protect the engineering menu.
Press ▲ or ▼ to select items and ◄ or ► to change values.
Default password: 1111
FIRMWARE UPDATE
If a firmware update is issued it will be in the form of a USB memory stick,
please insert the Upgrade memory stick in to the USB port on the front of the
DVR.
Press YES to start firmware update. After the update is complete, the DVR will
reboot automatically. During an update please do not turn off the power to the
DVR.
NOTE: We suggest that you to STOP the recording function before
processing firmware update.
LOAD DEFAULT
It is possible to save and then load a system configuration to a memory stick, or
set the DVR to Factory settings.
LOAD SETUP FROM DEFAULT:
LOAD SETUP FROM USB:
BACKUP SETUP TO USB:
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Press SET button to load the setting
back to factory default.
Press SET button to load the pen drive
setting to the current DVR.
Press SET button to backup the current
DVR setting into pen drive.
DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME SETUP
The DVR can be set to automatically adjust the clock for daylight saving time.
Press ◄ or ►/ mouse wheel to change the DAYLIGHT MODE option
Disable:
The Daylight saving time is disabled
Manual:
The time at which the clock is adjusted is set manually
Auto:
The time at which the clock is adjusted is set automatically
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Chapter 5: Playback
To play back recorded video you must first search for the required video time and date
You can access the search men by three methods.
1: Press the ► button on the front panel
2: Press the ► button on the remote control
3: Click the playback button ► on the mouse pop up menu.
5.1 TIME SEARCH
First Select the date you want to search, the dates that have recordings available
will be highlighted.
On the front panel & IR remote use ▲ or ▼
to navigate
Use the ◄ or ► or Mouse wheel to change
value
Press Enter/Copy to select or use mouse to
select and change.
Then you can select start and end time to play back from.
On the front panel & IR remote use ▲ or ▼
to navigate
Use the ◄ or ► or Mouse wheel to change
value
Press Enter/Copy to select or use mouse to
select and change.
To start playback press Enter/Copy
To Stop playback press STOP ■ button
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5.2 EVENT SEARCH
First Select the date you want to search, the dates that have recordings available
will be highlighted.
On the front panel & IR remote use ▲ or ▼
to navigate
Use the ◄ or ► or Mouse wheel to change
value
Press Enter/Copy to select or use mouse to
select and change.
Please select the event to playback.
On the front panel & IR remote use ▲ or ▼
to navigate
Use the ◄ or ► or Mouse wheel to change
value
Press Enter/Copy to select or use mouse to
select and change.
To start playback press Enter/Copy
To Stop playback press STOP ■ button
POWER
If the DVR has had a power loss, it will record the date and time
of rebooting.
RECORD If REC. button has been pressed, it will record the date and time
in the event list. (manual recording only)
V.LOSS
When a camera signal is lost, it will record the date, time, and
ALARM
MOTION
corresponding channel in addition the
icon will be displayed
on the corresponding channel.
When an ALARM is triggered, it will record the date, time, and
corresponding channel. In addition the
icon will display on
the corresponding channel.
When MOTION is detected, it will record the date, time, and
icon will display on
corresponding channel. In addition the
the corresponding channel.
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Chapter 6: Copy
You can copy recorded video to a USB memory stick in two ways.
1: Select a specific date and then select a start time and end time
2: Copy the video that is currently being played back.
6.1 Copy a specific time and date
Please refer to page 24 BACKUP for instructions on this procedure
6.2 Copy video currently playing.
This option will not record live images it will only copy recorded images that are playing on
screen.
Before you start the backup procedure please insert a memory stick in to the front panel
USB socket
NOTE: * During Backup the network remote control function will be stopped.
Each USB device has a different USB driver and their compatibilities differ. This
system is compatible with most of USB flash memory however some memory
sticks may not be recognized by the DVR. Also please format USB flash
memory with FAT32.
First start the playback of video you want to copy. When you are ready to start copying
press the ENTER / COPY button to start copying the video on screen to a USB memory
stick. Then Press ENTER / COPY again to stop the copy procedure.
BACKUP FILE NAME
Each backup file will be named as START TIME.
EXAMPLE: 174624.264 is 17:46:24
AFTER BACKUP
After each backup, the system will copy the file player “R6VIEWER.EXE”
automatically on USB device.
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Chapter 7: Playback a copy on PC
In order to play back a copy of recorded video from a memory stick you must use the file
player “R6VIEWER.EXE, this is automatically added to the USB memory stick each time a
copy is made.
There is no need to install any software.
Before you start please check the PC specification you will be using.
MINIMUM SYSTEM REQUIREMENT
CPU: Intel Celeron 1.6G
MEMORY: 256MB.
VGA: 32MB
VGA RESOLUTION: 1024 x 768.
Windows XP / 2000 / Vista
SUGGESTED REQUIREMENT
CPU:Intel P4 2.8G
MEMORY:512MB or above
VGA:64MB or above
VGA RESOLUTION:1024 x 768
OS: Windows XP / 2000/ Vista
7.1 Playback from USB
To start place the USB stick in the PC and then brows to the USB memory stick using
windows explorer, then double click on the file
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to start the player.
The playback program will start.
Press the OPEN FILE button.
Open the USB memory stick. (Example E:) and pick the file to playback.
The backup file will named as the time when backup was from,
Example:170319.264 will be 17:03:19
Press the play icon to play the video or still picture.
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7.2 BACKUP FILE TO AVI
You can backup the file to the PC in the form of an AVI file, this type of file can be
played on windows media player.
Please select specific channel to backup.
During video playback mode please press AVI botton
Make up a filename and path than press
Press AVI botton
to finish backup.
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to start.
bottom to start AVI backup.
Chapter 8: Network View and Playback
To view the DVR over a network you can use IE browser
SYSTEM REQUIREMENT
CPU: Intel Celeron 1.6G
MEMORY: 256MB.
VGA: 32MB
VGA RESOLUTION: 1024 x 768.
Windows XP / 2000 / Vista
SUGGESTED REQUIREMENT
CPU:Intel P4 2.8G
MEMORY:512MB or above
VGA:64MB or above
VGA RESOLUTION:1024 x 768
Windows XP / 2000 / Vista
Enter the IP address of the DVR you want to view in to the web browser.
The first time you connect to the DVR it will automatically install a small program (active
X) this is used to decode the video.
INSTALL ACTIVEX
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Depending on the version of browser you are using and your security settings this
install may be blocked. Is this happens please follow these steps.
OPTION 1: DISABLE ACTIVEX WARNING
A. IE Æ Tools Æ Internet Options Æ Security Æ Custom Level Æ Security
Settings Æ Download unsigned ActiveX controls Æ Enable or Prompt
(recommend).
B. IE Æ Tools Æ Internet Options Æ Security Æ Custom Level Æ Security
Settings Æ Initialize and script ActiveX controls not marked as safe Æ Enable
or Prompt (recommend).
1
2
3
4
5
Above three options are all based on select as the prompt.
As indicated in the dialogue box. Please select "YES."
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OPTION 2: ADD TO TRUSTED SITES
IE Æ Tools Æ Internet Options Æ Security Æ Trusted sites Æ Sites
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6.4 REMOTE CONTROL
LIVE VIEWING
REC
Screen Format
PTZ Control
System Time
Play Back
Full Screen
Time-Point Backup
A. DVR Configuration
Get into DVR network menu.
B. SCREEN FORMAT
Switch screen format and click twice to switch different channels with full
screen.
C.
REC. Videos are saved as AVI file.
D.
Playback
E.
Click
Time-Point Backup
,
and playback window will popup
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PLAYBACK by TIME SEARCH & EVENT SEARCH
Playback Time Search Time
Event Search
A. HDD Select
User can select HDD1 or HDD2 for playback
B. Playback Time
User can select the time then press “Time Search” for playback.
C. Time Search
User can select the time then press “Time Search” for playback.
D. Event Search
User can select event item by pressing “Event Search” for playback.
Click
to operate Time-Point backup.
TIME-POINT BACKUP
First, select Start and End backup time which have to among the Record Time.
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Then, click Save button to select the position on PC where the user is going to backup
the data. After that, press OK button to start the backup.
Finally, double-click the left button of the mouse to open the saved backup file. The
backup file will named as the time when start to backup, such as,
(20080526113258.264) will be 2008/05/26 11:32:58.
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OTHER FUNCTIONS
User can use other functions by clicking the left of mouse
A. Snapshot:
User can save any single picture from image.
B. Performance:
User can select image quality (high, medium & low).
C. Use Overlay:
User can use Overlay function.
D. Play audio:
User can play audio function by channel.
Note: remote user can receive audio from DVR & the audio will be saved with image
when processing video backup.
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Chapter 9: Estimated Recording times
RECORDING (HOURS)
Half D1- 720x240
250 GB Hard Disk
Unit: Hour
PICTURE QUALITY
Recording
LOW
MEDIUM
HIGH
simple complex average
simple complex average
BEST
Speed
(FPS)
simple complex
average
simple
complex
average
200
606
159
382
303
101
202
121
60
90
101
35
68
100
1213
319
766
606
202
404
242
121
181
202
71
136
50
2427
638
1532
1213
404
808
485
242
363
404
142
273
25
4854
1277
3065
2427
809
1618
970
485
727
809
285
547
12
9102
2395
5748
4551
1517
3034
1820
910
1365
1517
535
1026
6
18204
4790
11497
9102
3034
6068
3640
1820
2730
3034
1070
2052
500 GB Hard Disk
Unit: Hour
PICTURE QUALITY
Recording
LOW
MEDIUM
HIGH
simple complex average
simple complex average
BEST
Speed
(FPS)
simple complex
average
simple
complex
average
200
1213
319
766
606
202
404
242
121
181
202
71
136
100
2427
638
1532
1213
404
808
485
242
363
404
142
273
50
4854
1277
3065
2427
809
1618
970
485
727
809
285
547
25
9709
2555
6132
4854
1618
3236
1941
970
1455
1618
571
1094
12
18204
4790
11497
9102
3034
6068
3640
1820
2730
3034
1070
2052
6
36408
9581
22994
18204
6068
12136
7281
3640
5460
6068
2141
4104
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CIF-360x240
250 GB Hard Disk
Unit: Hour
PICTURE QUALITY (KB)
Recording
LOW
MEDIUM
HIGH
simple complex average
simple complex average
BEST
Speed
(FPS)
simple complex
average
simple
complex
average
200
606
159
382
303
101
202
121
60
90
101
34
67
100
1213
319
766
606
202
404
242
121
181
202
69
135
50
2427
638
1532
1213
404
808
485
242
363
404
138
271
25
4854
1277
3065
2427
809
1618
970
485
727
809
277
543
12
9709
2555
6132
4854
1618
3236
1941
970
1455
1618
554
1086
6
18204
4790
11497
9102
3034
6068
3640
1820
2730
3034
1040
2037
3
36408
9581
22994
18204
6068
12136
7281
3640
5460
6068
2080
4074
500 GB Hard Disk
Unit: Hour
PICTURE QUALITY (KB)
Recording
LOW
MEDIUM
HIGH
simple complex average
simple complex average
BEST
Speed
(FPS)
simple complex
average
simple
complex
average
200
1213
319
766
606
202
404
242
121
181
202
69
135
100
2427
638
1532
1213
404
808
485
242
363
404
138
271
50
4854
1277
3065
2427
809
1618
970
485
727
809
277
543
25
9709
2555
6132
4854
1618
3236
1941
970
1455
1618
554
1086
12
19418
5110
12264
9709
3236
6472
3883
1941
2912
3236
1109
2172
6
36408
9581
22994
18204
6068
12136
7281
3640
5460
6068
2080
4074
3
72817
19162
45989
36408
12136
24272
14563
7281
10922
12136
4161
8148
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