NR8-32M78-0 Quickguide
GANZ ZR8 Network Video Recorder(NVR)
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Network Video Recorder(NVR)
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Precautions
Precautions
Precautions
Fully understand this document before using this device, and strictly observe rules in
this document when using this device. If you install this device in public places,
provide the tip "You have entered the area of electronic surveillance" in an eyecatching place. Failure to correctly use electrical products may cause fire and severe
injuries. To prevent accidents, carefully read the following context:
Symbols
This document may contain the following symbols whose meanings are described
accordingly.
Symbol
Description
It alerts you to fatal dangers which, if not avoided, may
cause deaths or severe injuries.
It alerts you to moderate dangers which, if not avoided,
may cause minor or moderate injuries.
It alerts you to risks. Neglect of these risks may cause
device damage, data loss, device performance
deterioration, or unpredictable results.
It provides a tip that may help you resolve problems or
save time.
It provides additional information.
To prevent electric shocks or other dangers, keep power plugs dry and clean.
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Strictly observe installation requirements when installing the device. The
manufacturer shall not be held responsible for device damage caused by users' nonconformance to these requirements.
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Strictly conform to local electrical safety standards and use power adapters that are
marked with the LPS standard when installing and using this device. Otherwise,
this device may be damaged.
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Use accessories delivered with this device. The voltage must meet input voltage
requirements for this device.
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If this device is installed in places with unsteady voltage, ground this device to
discharge high energy such as electrical surges in order to prevent the power supply
from burning out.
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When this device is in use, ensure that no water or any liquid flows into the device.
If water or liquid unexpectedly flows into the device, immediately power off the
device and disconnect all cables (such as power cables and network cables) from
this device.
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Do not focus strong light (such as lighted bulbs or sunlight) on this device.
Otherwise, the service life of the image sensor may be shortened.
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If this device is installed in places where thunder and lightning frequently occur,
ground the device nearby to discharge high energy such as thunder strikes in order
to prevent device damage.
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Avoid heavy loads, intensive shakes, and soaking to prevent damages during
transportation and storage. The warranty does not cover any device damage that is
caused during secondary packaging and transportation after the original packaging
is taken apart.
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Protect this device from fall-down and intensive strikes, keep the device away from
magnetic field interference, and do not install the device in places with shaking
surfaces or under shocks.
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Clean the device with a soft dry cloth. For stubborn dirt, dip the cloth into slight
neutral cleanser, gently wipe the dirt with the cloth, and then dry the device.
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Do not jam the ventilation opening. Follow the installation instructions provided in
this document when installing the device.
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Keep the device away from heat sources such as radiators, electric heaters, or other
heat equipment.
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Keep the device away from moist, dusty, extremely hot or cold places, or places
with strong electric radiation.
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If the device is installed outdoors, take insect- and moisture-proof measures to
avoid circuit board corrosion that can affect monitoring.
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Remove the power plug if the device is idle for a long time.
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Before unpacking, check whether the fragile sticker is damaged. If the fragile
sticker is damaged, contact customer services or sales personnel. The manufacturer
shall not be held responsible for any artificial damage of the fragile sticker.
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All complete products sold by the manufacturer are delivered along with nameplates,
operation instructions, and accessories after strict inspection. The manufacturer shall
not be held responsible for counterfeit products.
This manual may contain misprints, technology information that is not accurate enough,
or product function and operation description that is slightly inconsistent with the
actual product. The manufacturer will update this manual according to product function
enhancement or changes and regularly update the software and hardware described in
this manual. Update information will be added to new versions of this manual without
prior notice.
This manual is only for reference and does not ensure that the information is totally
consistent with the actual product. For consistency, see the actual product.
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Contents
Contents
Precautions .................................................................................................................... i
1 Specifications............................................................................................................ 1
2 NVR Networking ..................................................................................................... 3
3 Hard Disk .................................................................................................................. 5
3.1 Precautions ..................................................................................................................... 5
3.2 Hard Disk Recommendation .......................................................................................... 5
3.3 Video Storage Duration .................................................................................................. 5
3.4 Hard Disk Installation .................................................................................................... 6
4 Operation Instruction............................................................................................ 10
4.1 Front panel ................................................................................................................... 10
4.2 Rear panel...................................................................................................................... 11
4.3 Startup .......................................................................................................................... 12
4.4 Shutdown ..................................................................................................................... 12
5 Quick Setup ............................................................................................................ 14
6 Web Access.............................................................................................................. 20
7 FAQ .......................................................................................................................... 22
A Hazardous Substance Declaration ..................................................................... 23
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1 Specifications
1 Specifications
System Features
CPU
Operating
system
Embedded
software
Professional high-end SOC chip for NVR, dual-core, 930 MHz dominant
frequency, ARM CPU.
Embedded Linux operating system.
Embedded complete CMS system, complete functions, user-friendly interface,
and simple and easy operation.
The unique "quick setup" function enables you to configure and manage the
NVR easily.
The unique networking mode of "private network for cameras" implements
plug and play access of cameras.
The real-time fault alarm mechanism can timely report faults such as hard disk
fault, network fault, and camera disconnection.
The embedded Flash technology implements WebServer and supports realtime monitoring and video playback in a common browser.
Real-time audio and video
Decoding
capability
Support H.264 High profile Level5.0 decoding.
Video streams of up to 5M pixels can be decoded.
Real-time
monitoring
Support 32 channels of real-time video on demand (VOD) at the same time.
Support 1/4/6/8/9/16 split-screen video playing window and support video
sequencing playing.
Real-time
audio
Audio format: G711_A/G711_U.
Recording
Support recording of a maximum of 32 channels and a maximum of 144 Mbps
bit rate.
Recording
capability
Support the following resolution: 5M, 3M, 1080P, 720P, and D1.
Support multiple recording modes, including 7*24-hour, planned, alarm, and
manual.
Support the "video labeling" function. During real-time monitoring, the videos
of emergencies can be labeled.
Hard disk
Support eight 1.5/3.0 Gbps SATA hard disks. The maximum capacity of a
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single hard disk is 4 TB.
Video
retention
duration
Eight 4TB hard disks are used and 32 videos whose highest total rate is 144
Mbps can be stored for 20 days.
Video
playback
Four videos can be played back synchronously.
Support video playback based on time axis. The playback time can be
accurately positioned, which is quick and convenient.
Backup
Support backup based on USB drives, portable hard disks, and network disks.
Interface
1 VGA output and 1 HDMI output. Single-source display is supported.
Resolution
1024×768, 1280×720, 1920×1080
Monitor
Network
Interface
2 RJ45 10/100/1000 Mbps adaptive Ethernet ports
Network
protocol
RTP/RTCP, TCP/UDP, HTTP, DHCP, DNS, NTP
Others
Ambient
temperature
10C to 50C
Ambient
humidity
5% to 90%
Power
supply
110/220 V AC, 47 to 63 Hz, maximum output power: 200 W
Power
consumption
Low power consumption design is used. The maximum power consumption of
the motherboard is 15 W (not including USB ports).
Eight 4 TB hard disks increase the power consumption of 80 W.
Dimensions
Chassis: 440 mm×435 mm×89.8 mm (length×width×height)
Weight
The net weight is about 7.805 kg and the gross weight including the packaging
material is 9.975 kg.
USB
interface
2 USB2.0 host interfaces used separately for backup based on USB and
connection of the mouse.
The data listed in the preceding table is only for your reference. The recording time estimate
may be different from the actual recording time. The user shall be liable for any loss
incurred as a result thereof.
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2 NVR Networking
The NVR has two network ports, that is, LAN1 and LAN2. Two networking solutions
are supported, namely camera private networking mode and free networking mode.
Solution 1: Camera Private Networking Mode
A private network for cameras includes only IP cameras and NVRs and does not
include other network devices. The network is especially used to transmit audio and
video of NVRs and IP cameras. The private network for cameras must be connected to
LAN2 of the NVR and the function of private network for cameras must be enabled on
LAN2 (by default, it is enabled upon delivery). For details of the configuration, see
quick setup in the NVR User Manual. The NVR can be accessed through LAN1.
After the function of private network for cameras is enabled on LAN2, the NVR will
perform the following operation:
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Enabling the DHCP service and automatically assigning IP addresses to IP cameras
(the DHCP function is enabled on the IP cameras).
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Automatically searching for IP cameras in the network.
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Automatically adding searched IP cameras and enabling 7*24-hour recording.
Figure 2-1 shows the topology of the private network for cameras.
Figure 2-1 Topology of the private network for cameras
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Solution 2: Free Networking Mode
A free network includes other network devices in addition to IP cameras and NVRs.
The topology of a free network can be organized freely so long as NVRs and IP
cameras can communicate with each other smoothly. When a free network is used, the
function of private network for cameras must be disabled on LAN2.
When a free network is used, the user needs to manually search for and add IP cameras.
For details, see Chapter 5 "Quick Setup".
Figure 2-2 shows the topology of a free network.
Figure 2-2 Topology of a free network
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3 Hard Disk
3.1 Precautions
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Formatting will clear all video data on the hard disk. Use this function only when
necessary.
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Be sure to uninstall the hard disk before removing it from the NVR during runtime;
otherwise, the hard disk may be damaged or data may be lost.
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The NVR must be connected to a stable power supply during runtime; otherwise,
the hard disk may be damaged or data may be lost.
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The maximum capacity of a single hard disk cannot exceed 4 TB.
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To achieve a balanced performance, more than two pieces of hard disk are
recommended.
3.2 Hard Disk Recommendation
Seagate or Western Digital hard disks which are highly stable and inexpensive are
recommended.
3.3 Video Storage Duration
Table 3-1 Video storage duration
Maximum Hard Disk
Capacity
Maximum Bit Rate
Video Storage Duration
8 × 4 TB
144 Mbps
20 days
Formulas for calculating the video storage duration:
Step 1
Use the following formula to calculate the storage capacity q (unit: MBybte) required
to record a single video per hour:
q = d/8×3600/1024
d indicates the bit rate (unit: Kbit/s).
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Step 2
Use the following formula to calculate the video storage duration t (unit: day)
w indicates the capacity (unit: Mbyte) of a single hard disk.
n indicates the number of disks.
h indicates the recording duration per day.
c indicates the number of video inputs of the NVR.
Table 3-2 shows examples of video storage duration (h is 24 hours).
Table 3-2 Examples of video storage duration
Hard Disk
Capacity
Bit Rate
Video Count
Video Storage
Duration
8×4TB
D1, 1.5Mbps
32
60 days
8×4TB
720p, 3Mbps
32
30 days
8×4TB
1080p, 4.5Mbps
32
20 days
The data listed in the preceding table is only for your reference. The recording time estimate
may be different from the actual recording time. The user shall be liable for any loss
incurred as a result thereof.
3.4 Hard Disk Installation
To install hard disks of the NVR, perform the following steps:
Step 1
6
Remove the six screws for fixing the cover and take down the cover, as shown in
Figure 3-1.
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Figure 3-1 Removing the cover for hard disks
Step 2
Remove the two screws on the side and take down the support for fixing hard disks at
the upper layer, as shown in Figure 3-2.
Figure 3-2 Removing the support for fixing hard disks
Step 3
Install hard disks at the bottom layer first. Push the hard disks inwards based on slots
and make them coincide with the PCB SATA interface, as shown in Figure 3-3.
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Figure 3-3 Inserting hard disks
Step 4
Fasten the four screws, as shown in Figure 3-4.
Figure 3-4 Fixing hard disks
Step 5
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Install the support for fixing hard disks at the bottom layer, which is removed in step 2,
as shown in Figure 3-5.
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Figure 3-5 Installing the support for fixing hard disks
Step 6
Install hard disks at the upper layer in the same way and put on the cover.
If the support for fixing hard disks at the upper layer is not removed, the screws for fixing
hard disks at the bottom layer cannot be removed or fastened.
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4 Operation Instruction
4 Operation Instruction
4.1 Front panel
Figure 4-1 shows the front panel of the NVR and Table 4-1 describes the interfaces.
Figure 4-1 Front panel
Table 4-1 Description of the front panel
10
NO.
Name
Description
1
KB/MOUSE
Input interface for USB mouse and USB
keyboard
2
BACKUP
Connection interface for backup based on USB
drives or USB portable hard disks
3
HDD 1~8
Working indicators (blue) for hard disks 1 to 8
When a hard disk is in position, the indicator is
on. When a hard disk is reading or writing data,
the indicator flashes.
4
SYS
Operation indicator (red) of the device. When
the NVR is working properly, the indicator is
on.
5
PWR
Power indicator (red) of the device. After the
NVR is powered on, the indicator is on.
6
POWER
ON/OFF key of the device.
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4.2 Rear panel
Figure 4-2 shows the rear panel of the NVR and Table 4-2 describes the interfaces.
Figure 4-2 Rear panel
Table 4-2 Description of the real panel
NO.
Name
Description
1
Ground connector
Safe ground terminal of the device
2
Power
Input switch of the power supply
Power interface
110 V/220 V AC power input interface of the
device
OUT
1 alarm output (Boolean)
IN
1 alarm input (Boolean)
RS485
1 full-duplex RS485 communication interface
Audio input
Linear audio interface for connecting the
microphone
Audio Output
Linear audio interface for connecting
earphone and audio equipment
7
Reset
Press the key for 5s to restore factory settings.
8
HDMI interface
HDMI video display and output interface
9
HDMI && VGA switch
MON CLONE is used for dual-screen and
single-source display and output.
MON EXTEND is used for dual-screen and
non-single-source display and output.
10
VGA
VGA video display and output interface
11
G-LAN2 interface
RJ45 10/100/1000Mbps adaptive Ethernet
interface
12
G-LAN1 interface
RJ45 10/100/1000Mbps adaptive Ethernet
interface
3
4
5
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In the preceding table, interfaces 4, 5 and 9 are reserved in design and the NVR does not
enable the interfaces currently.
4.3 Startup
Please connect a power supply properly and open the power switch on the rear panel,
the NVR will automatically power-on. When the NVR is connected to a power supply,
press the Power key on the front panel, the NVR starts to power-on.
Before starting the NVR, ensure that the NVR is connected to a power supply properly
and a monitor is connected to the HDMI or VGA interface of the NVR correctly.
When the NVR is started, the power indicator becomes steady on and the NVR starts a
self-test and displays the test result on the screen. The startup process takes about 2
minutes.
When a hardware abnormality is detected, the self-test screen stays on. You can click
continue or shutdown in the lower right corner of the screen. If you click continue,
the NVR enters the login screen.
The hard disk of the NVR must be provided by the user. Hard disk detection is performed
during startup. If the detection fails, possible causes include:
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The hard disk is new and unformatted. In this case, format the hard disk based on chapter
5 “Quick Setup”
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The hard disk is formatted, but the file system is inconsistent with the one supported by
the NVR.
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The hard disk is damaged.
4.4 Shutdown
If you have not logged in to the NVR, press the POWER button in the front panel for
more than 3s. The NVR starts to shut down. When the power indicator on the front
panel is off, the NVR is shut down successfully.
If you have logged in to the NVR, click
in the upper right part or press the
POWER button for more than 3s. The shutdown page is displayed, as shown in Figure
4-3.
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During power-off, the system prompts Powering Off. In this case, do not
disconnect the power supply.
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When the NVR is working, try to avoid disconnecting the power supply by directly
pressing the POWER button on the rear panel or removing the power cable.

In some environments, if the power supply is abnormal, the NVR may not work
properly. In severe cases, the NVR may be damaged. In these environments, you
are advised to use regulated power supply.
Figure 4-3 Shutdown interface
Enter the password and click Shutdown. After you pass the identity authentication, the
message "Are you sure to shut down?" is displayed. Click Yes. The NVR starts to shut
down.
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5 Quick Setup
Quick setup put together some common functions so as to facilitate configuration and
management for the NVR. It provides network configuration, hard disk management,
date and time setting, search for IP cameras, and recording configuration for the NVR
as well as quick configuration functions such as network configuration, stream
configuration, and motion detection configuration for cameras. Enter the quick setup
page, as shown in Figure 5-1.
Figure 5-1 Quick setup page
Description of Quick Setup Page
Area 1: NVR basic information and time synchronization
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Basic information of the NVR:
You can set the name and system time of the NVR.
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Time synchronization of IP cameras: It can be done manually or automatically.
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If the manual mode is selected, click
to synchronize the time of IP cameras.
If the auto mode is selected, the NVR synchronizes the time of IP cameras
automatically.
Area 2: NVR Network Configuration
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The default IP address of the NVR is: Network1: 192.168.1.167; Network2:
192.168.1.121.
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You can enable automatic IP address acquisition and set the IP address, subnet
mask, default gateway, and DNS address of the NVR. The network connection
status and speed are displayed in real time. For details about the parameters, see
section 8.1.5 "Network" of the Network Video Recorder (NVR) User Guide.
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Network 2 supports the function of private network for cameras. By default, the
function is enabled upon delivery.
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The NVR supports a maximum of 32 IP cameras and the maximum recording rate
of 144 Mbps. If the total rate exceeds the value, the NVR may work unstably and
lose videos.
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For details of parameters, see Chapter 1 "Specifications".
The private network for cameras includes only IP cameras and NVRs and does not include
other network devices.
After the function of private network for cameras is enabled, the NVR will perform the
following operation:

Enabling the DHCP service and automatically assigning IP addresses to IP cameras
(Note: The DHCP function needs to be enabled for IP cameras).
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Automatically searching for IP cameras in the network.
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Automatically adding searched IP cameras and enabling 7*24-hour recording.
Area 3: Hard disk management
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Formatting will clear all video data on the hard disk. Use this function only when
necessary.
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Be sure to uninstall the hard disk before removing it from the NVR during runtime;
otherwise, the hard disk may be damaged or data may be lost.

The NVR must be connected to a stable power supply during runtime; otherwise,
the hard disk may be damaged or data may be lost.
You can manage the hard disk of the NVR as follows:

Format the hard disk. Click Format. In the displayed dialog box, click Yes.

Install or uninstall the hard disk. Before removing a hard disk from the NVR, shut
down the NVR first and then uninstall the hard disk.

Check the status of the hard disk (usable, abnormal, unformatted, and unavailable).

Check the used space and total space of the hard disk.
Area 4: Select IP Cameras
When the function of private network for cameras is enabled, the NVR automatically
searches for IP cameras in the network.
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When the number of IP cameras in smaller than the number of channels the NVR
can manage, the NVR automatically adds IP cameras to manage the IP cameras.
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When the number of IP cameras is greater than the number of channels the NVR
can manage, the NVR automatically and randomly adds IP cameras to manage the
IP cameras and generates an alarm, as shown in Figure 5-2.
Figure 5-2 Prompt message indicating discovery of a device
You must select the devices managed by the NVR. Click Ignore to use the IP cameras
managed by the current NVR, or click Select. The Select Camera page is displayed, as
shown in Figure 5-3.
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Figure 5-3 Page for selecting cameras
Click Apply to complete selection of IP cameras.
Area 5: Camera Search and deletion
You must select the IP cameras manually when you don’t use the private network for
cameras, click Search Camera, the Camera Search page is displayed, as shown in
Figure 5-4.
Figure 5-4 Page for searching cameras
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Click
, the page is displayed as shown in Figure 5-5. Select the cameras you
want and then click Ok to complete selection of IP cameras.
Figure 5-5 Page for selecting cameras
To remove managed cameras, click
be removed, and click Delete Camera.
in the camera list, select the cameras to
Area 6: Authentication accounts of managed cameras
Only successfully authenticated cameras can be used normally. Before adding a camera,
add the authentication account and password of the camera to the list.
To log in to an IP camera, you need to enter the correct authentication account. Only
successfully authenticated IP cameras can be managed.
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The system provides the default account ADMIN and default password 1234. You
can click

to add an IP camera authentication account.
To delete an IP camera authentication account, select the account and click
.
Area 7: IP camera setup
You can view the status of an IP camera and set the name, IP address, recording policy,
stream parameter, and motion detection parameter of the IP camera.
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Viewing the status of an IP camera
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The camera status may be Online, Offline, and Incorrect account. For an online IP
camera, click
to view live video.
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Changing the name of an IP camera
Enter a name in the Name column.

Setting a recording policy
Click the recording policy to be modified. The Recording Policy Configuration
dialog box is displayed. For how to set a recording policy, see section 8.1.7
"Recording" of the Network Video Recorder (NVR) User Guide.
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Setting a stream
Click the stream to be modified. The Stream dialog box is displayed, as shown in
Figure 5-6.
Figure 5-6 Stream dialog box
Set stream parameters, select On for Apply to All Devices, and click Apply. The
parameter settings are applied to all IP cameras that have the same resolution as the
configured resolution.

Setting a motion detection alarm
Click the motion detection information to be modified. The Motion Alarm dialog
box is displayed. Set the arming time and detection zone when the motion detection
alarm function is enabled.
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6 Web Access
The NVR is embedded with a Flash-enabled web server and supports mainstream
browsers such as Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, and Safari. Operations such as
quick setup, live preview, video playback, alarm search, NVR configuration, and
camera configuration can be performed via the web.
The default IP address of the NVR is Network1: 192.168.1.167, Network2:
192.168.1.121. To access the NVR, enter the IP address of the NVR in the address bar
of a web browser, for example, http://192.168.1.167.
Step 1

Before accessing the NVR via the web, ensure that the network connection is
correct and smooth.

Identify the interface used in network connection and enter the corresponding IP
address in the address bar of your browser.
Enter the IP address of the NVR in the address bar of Internet Explorer and press
Enter. The web-based login screen of the NVR is displayed, as shown in Figure 6-1.
Figure 6-1 Login screen of the NVR
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Enter the correct user name and password. The main screen of the NVR is displayed, as
shown in Figure 6-2.
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The superuser is ADMIN and its password is 1234 (case-sensitive). Change the password
after the first login.

If incorrect passwords are entered more than three times within 1 hour, the user is locked
and prevented from logging in. Only the administrator can unlock the user. For details
about unlocking, see section 8.1.9 "Account Management" of the Network Video
Recorder (NVR) User Guide.

The superuser ADMIN cannot be locked.
Figure 6-2 Main screen of the NVR
The main screen provides the functions of live video viewing, video playback, alarm
search, quick setup, camera configuration, and NVR configuration. For details, see the
Network Video Recorder (NVR) User Guide.
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1. Why is the NVR self-test screen frozen?
Use the methods below to fix the problem:
Method 1: Check whether the NVR is equipped with a hard disk.
Method 2: Check whether the NVR is equipped with an unformatted hard disk.
Method 3: Check whether the hard disk is damaged.
If a hard disk is not required, Click continue in the lower right corner of the screen to
resume the startup process.
2. Why does the screen display incomplete information or
is skewed?
Use the following methods below to fix the problem:
Method 1: Use the automatic adjustment function of the monitor.
Method 2: Click Adjust on the login screen. The Monitor Setup screen is displayed.
For operation details, see chapter 4 "Operation Instruction" of the Network Video
Recorder (NVR) User Guide.
3. Why no image is displayed on the monitor?
Use the following methods below to fix the problem:
Method 1: Check the power supply of the monitor.
Method 2: Check whether the monitor is connected to the NVR correctly.
Method 3: Restart the NVR.
4. Why does the network camera can search but can’t
connect?
Please make sure that the network camera and NVR are in the same subnet.
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Network Video Recorder(NVR)
Quick Start Guide
A Hazardous Substance Declaration
Hazardous Substance or Element
Component Plumbum Mercury Cadmium Hexavalent Polybrominated Polybrominated
Chromium
Diphenyl Ethers
(Pb)
(Hg)
(Cd)
Biphenyls (PBB)
(Cr6+)
(PBDE)
Structural
part
×
○
○
○
○
○
Board/circuit
module
×
○
○
○
○
○
Cable
connector
×
○
○
○
○
○
Accessories
×
○
○
○
○
○
○: indicates that the concentration of the hazardous substance in all homogeneous substances of the
component is within the limit specified in SJ/T 11363-2006 Requirements for Concentration
Limits for Certain Hazardous Substances in Electronic Information Products.
×: indicates that the concentration of the hazardous substance in at least one homogeneous substance
of the component exceeds the limit specified in SJ/T 11363-2006 Requirements for Concentration
Limits for Certain Hazardous Substances in Electronic Information Products.
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