INSTRUCTION MANUAL
NVR8P / NVR16P (PoE)
8/16 Channel Network
Video Recorder
Model : NVR8P / NVR16P Please read this manual thoroughly before use, and keep it handy for future reference.
WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS PROCUCT TO
RAIN OR MOISTURE. DO NOT INSERT ANY METALLIC OBJECT THROUGH THE VENTILATION
GRILLS OR OTHER OPENNINGS ON THE EQUIPMENT.
CAUTION
EXPLANATION OF GRAPHICAL SYMBOLS
The 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.
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 appliance.
PRECAUTIONS
Safety -------------------------------------- Installation ------------------------------Should any liquid or solid object fall into the
cabinet, unplug the unit and have it checked by
the qualified personnel before operating it any
further.
Do not install the unit in an extremely hot or
humid place or in a place subject to excessive
dust, mechanical vibration.
The unit is not designed to be waterproof.
Exposure to rain or water may damage the unit.
Unplug the unit from the wall outlet if it is not
going to be used for several days or more. To
disconnect the cord, pull it out by the plug. Never
pull the cord itself.
Cleaning ---------------------------------
Allow adequate air circulation to prevent internal
heat build-up. Do not place the unit on surfaces
(rugs, blankets, etc.) or near materials (curtains,
draperies) that may block the ventilation holes.
Clean the unit with a slightly damp soft cloth.
Use a mild household detergent. Never use
strong solvents such as thinner or benzene as
they might damage the finish of the unit.
Height and vertical linearity controls located at the
rear panel are for special adjustments by qualified
personnel only.
Retain the original carton and packing materials
for safe transport of this unit in the future.
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FCC COMPLIANCE STATEMENT
INFORMATION TO THE USER: THIS EQUIPMENT HAS BEEN TESTED AND FOUND TO
COMPLY WITH THE LIMITS FOR A CLASS A DIGITAL DEVICE, PURSUANT TO PART 15 OF
THE FCC RULES. THESE LIMITS ARE DESIGNED TO PROVIDE REASONABLE PROTECTION
AGAINST HARMFUL INTERFERENCE WHEN THE EQUIPMENT IS OPERATED IN A
COMMERCIAL ENVIRONMENT. THIS EQUIPMENT GENERATES, USES, AND CAN RADIATE
RADIO FREQUENCY ENERGY AND IF NOT INSTALLED AND USED IN ACCORDANCE WITH
THE
INSTRUCTION MANUAL,
MAY CAUSE HARMFUL INTERFERENCE
TO RADIO
COMMUNICATIONS.
CAUTION: CHANGES OR MODIFICATIONS NOT EXPRESSLY APPROVED BY THE PARTY
RESPONSIBLE FOR COMPLIANCE COULD VOID THE USER'S AUTHORITY TO OPERATE THE
EQUIPMENT.
THIS CLASS A DIGITAL APPARATUS COMPLIES WITH CANADIAN ICES-003.
CET APPAREIL NUMÉRIQUE DE LA CLASSE A EST CONFORME À LA NORME NMB-003 DU
CANADA.
CE COMPLIANCE STATEMENT
WARNING: This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio
interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Do not use this apparatus near water.
Clean only with dry cloth.
Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s
instructions.
Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other
apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
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 is provided for your safety. If the provided
plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience
receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the
manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used, use
caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury
from tip-over.
Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long
periods of time.
Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required
when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as powersupply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been moisture, does not
operate normally, or has been dropped.
15. CAUTION – THESE SERVICING INSTRUCTIONS ARE FOR USE BY QUALIFIED
SERVICE PERSONNEL ONLY. TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO
NOT PERFORM ANY SERVICING OTHER THAN THAT CONTAINED IN THE
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS UNLESS YOU ARE QUALIFIED TO DO SO.
16. Use power source that satisfies clause 2.5 of IEC60950-1/UL60950-1 or
Certified/Listed Class 2.
17. ITE is to be connected only to PoE networks without routing to the outside plant.
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Contents
Chapter 1. Introduction.............................................................................................................9
1.1. Description ........................................................................................................................9
1.2. Components ......................................................................................................................9
1.3. Key Features .....................................................................................................................9
1.4. Basic Security System Configuration .............................................................................. 11
1.5. Front Panel View .............................................................................................................12
1.6. Rear Panel View..............................................................................................................13
1.7. IR Remote Control...........................................................................................................14
Chapter 2. Installation ............................................................................................................15
2.1. HDD Installation ..............................................................................................................15
2.2. Network Connection Setup..............................................................................................15
2.2.1. Using a Static IP Address .............................................................................................15
2.2.2. Using a Dynamic IP Address........................................................................................16
2.2.3. Router Configuration ....................................................................................................16
2.2.3.1. WAN Setting ..............................................................................................................16
2.2.3.2. DHCP & IP Address Setting ......................................................................................17
2.2.3.3. Virtual Server Setting ................................................................................................17
STARTING THE SYSTEM......................................................................................................18
Live Menu Description............................................................................................................21
System Information ................................................................................................................22
Live Menu navigating using the mouse ..................................................................................23
Navigating to the different channels by using the mouse.......................................................23
Navigating to different channels by using the remote control.................................................24
Chapter 3. Main Menu Setup .................................................................................................25
3.1. Video/Audio Setup...........................................................................................................26
3.1.1. Camera.........................................................................................................................26
3.1.2. IP Camera Registration ................................................................................................27
3.1.3. IP Camera Setup..........................................................................................................30
3.1.4. Monitor .........................................................................................................................32
3.1.5. Sequence / Event Display ............................................................................................33
3.1.6. OSD / Display Position .................................................................................................34
3.1.7. Screen Mode ................................................................................................................34
3.2. Record Setup ..................................................................................................................35
3.2.1. Policy............................................................................................................................35
3.2.2. Record Quality..............................................................................................................36
3.2.3. Recording Schedule Setup...........................................................................................36
3.2.4. Holiday .........................................................................................................................37
3.2.5. Event Recording Duration ............................................................................................38
3.2.6. Record Option (Overwrite) ...........................................................................................38
3.3. Device Setup ...................................................................................................................39
3.3.1. Storage .........................................................................................................................39
3.3.2. Sensor / Video Loss Detection Setup...........................................................................41
3.3.3. Alarm Schedule ............................................................................................................41
3.3.4. PTZ...............................................................................................................................42
3.3.5. System Controller / Printer Device ...............................................................................42
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3.3.6. POS / ATM Device........................................................................................................43
3.3.7. Video Analysis ..............................................................................................................43
3.4. System Setup ..................................................................................................................44
3.4.1. Date/Time Setup ..........................................................................................................44
3.4.2. Language / Signal / Device name ................................................................................44
3.4.3. Config ...........................................................................................................................45
3.4.4. Log Information ............................................................................................................45
3.4.5. Authorization Management...........................................................................................46
3.4.5.1. Admin ........................................................................................................................46
3.4.5.2. Group ........................................................................................................................46
3.4.5.3. User...........................................................................................................................47
3.4.5.4. Setup .........................................................................................................................48
3.5. Network Setup.................................................................................................................48
3.5.1. Connection ...................................................................................................................48
3.5.2. Port / Connection Test ..................................................................................................50
3.5.3. ID, Password ................................................................................................................51
3.5.3.1. DDVRLS Registration................................................................................................51
3.5.4. Dashboard Setup .........................................................................................................52
3.5.4.1. Setup/Registration.....................................................................................................52
3.5.4.2. Dashboard Starting....................................................................................................53
3.5.4.3. Dashboard Login .......................................................................................................53
3.5.4.4. DVR/NVR Search......................................................................................................54
3.5.4.5. Remote Login ............................................................................................................54
3.5.5. DDNS ...........................................................................................................................56
3.5.6. NAT Traversal...............................................................................................................57
3.5.7. FTP File Transfer..........................................................................................................57
3.5.8. Email / SNS (Social Network Service)..........................................................................58
3.5.8.1. Email /SNS: SMTP ....................................................................................................58
3.5.8.2. Email/SNS: Event......................................................................................................58
3.5.8.3. Email / SNS: Schedule ..............................................................................................59
3.5.8.4 Email /SNS: Recipient ................................................................................................59
3.6. Backup Setup ..................................................................................................................60
CHAPTER 4: Search Menu....................................................................................................61
4.1. Time Search ....................................................................................................................61
4.2. Event Search...................................................................................................................62
4.3. Protect .............................................................................................................................63
4.4. Capture............................................................................................................................63
4.5. POS/ATM Device ............................................................................................................63
4.6. Video Analysis .................................................................................................................64
CHAPTER 5. GENERAL OPERATION ..................................................................................65
5.1. General Menu..................................................................................................................65
5.1 .1 .General Menu: Screen Mode ......................................................................................66
Auto Sequence.......................................................................................................................66
PIP (Picture in Picture) ...........................................................................................................66
5.1.2. General Menu: Audio OFF ...........................................................................................67
5.1.3. General Menu: Zoom In ...............................................................................................67
5.1.4. General Menu: Freeze .................................................................................................68
5.1.5. General Menu: Stop Alarm ...........................................................................................68
5.1.6. General Menu: Record Start/Stop ................................................................................68
5.1.7. General Menu: Play......................................................................................................69
5.1.8. General Menu: Search .................................................................................................69
5.1.9. General Menu: Backup.................................................................................................69
5.1.10. General Menu: Main Menu.........................................................................................70
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5.1.11. General Menu: Information.........................................................................................70
5.1.12. General Menu: IP Cam INFO .....................................................................................70
5.1.13. General Menu: Easy Setup ........................................................................................71
5.1.14. General Menu: Shut Down .........................................................................................71
5.1.15. General Menu: Hide Launcher ...................................................................................71
5.1.16. General Menu: Logout................................................................................................72
5.2. Live Launcher..................................................................................................................72
5.2.1. Live Launcher Control Button Description....................................................................73
5.3. Playback Launcher..........................................................................................................73
5.3.1. Play Launcher Control Button Description ...................................................................74
5.3.2. Playback (P) and Trap Mode (Pause / FF/ REW / Frame Advance) ............................74
5.4. PTZ CONTROL ...............................................................................................................75
Chapter 6. Protect Video/Audio File .......................................................................................78
6.1. Protect Registration.........................................................................................................78
6.2. Playback and Remove Protected File .............................................................................78
6.3. Protected File Backup .....................................................................................................79
Chapter 7. Capture Video Still Image .....................................................................................80
7.1. Still Image Capture ..........................................................................................................80
7.2. View Captured Image......................................................................................................80
7.3. Remove Captured Image ................................................................................................81
7.4. Backup Captured Image..................................................................................................81
Chapter 8. Web Viewer – Connection via Internet Explorer ...................................................82
8.1. System Requirement.......................................................................................................82
8.1.1. Network Environment ...................................................................................................82
8.2. Web Viewer – Getting Started .........................................................................................82
8.2.1. Connect NVR via Web Browser using Direct IP. ..........................................................82
8.2.2. General Web Viewer Operation....................................................................................83
8.2.3. Calendar and Time Search Button: ..............................................................................84
8.2.4. PTZ Control ..................................................................................................................85
8.2.5. Connect to NVR via Web Browser using URL .............................................................85
Chapter 9. Web Viewer – Setup/Web Configuration ..............................................................86
9.1. Web Configuration...........................................................................................................86
9.1.1. Video/Audio ..................................................................................................................86
9.1.1.1. Camera......................................................................................................................86
9.1.1.2. IP Camera Registration .............................................................................................87
9.1.1.3. IP Camera Setup.......................................................................................................87
9.1.1.4. Monitor ......................................................................................................................88
9.1.1.5. Sequence/Event Display ...........................................................................................88
9.1.1.6. OSD/Display Position ................................................................................................88
9.1.2. RECORD......................................................................................................................89
9.1.2.1. Policy.........................................................................................................................89
9.1.2.2. Recording Quality......................................................................................................89
9.1.2.3. Schedule ...................................................................................................................89
9.1.2.4. Holiday ......................................................................................................................90
9.1.2.5. Event Record Duration ..............................................................................................90
9.1.2.6. Record Option ...........................................................................................................90
9.1.3. Device ..........................................................................................................................91
9.1.3.1. Sensor Detection.......................................................................................................91
9.1.3.2. Video Loss Detection ................................................................................................91
9.1.3.3. Alarm Schedule .........................................................................................................91
9.1.3.4. PTZ............................................................................................................................92
9.1.3.5. System Controller......................................................................................................92
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9.1.3.6. Storage ......................................................................................................................92
9.1.4. System .........................................................................................................................93
9.1.4.1. Date/Time ..................................................................................................................93
9.1.4.2. Time Synchronization Setup......................................................................................93
9.1.4.3. Signal/Language .......................................................................................................93
9.1.4.4. Config ........................................................................................................................94
9.1.4.4. System Information ...................................................................................................94
9.1.4.5. Authorization Management........................................................................................94
9.1.4.5.1. Authorization Management: Admin.........................................................................95
9.1.4.5.2. Authorization Management: Group.........................................................................95
9.1.4.5.3. Authorization Management: User ...........................................................................95
9.1.4.4.4. Authorization Management: Setup .........................................................................96
9.1.5. Network ........................................................................................................................96
9.1.5.1. Connection ................................................................................................................96
9.1.5.2. Port............................................................................................................................96
9.1.5.3. ID & Password...........................................................................................................97
9.1.5.4. DDNS ........................................................................................................................97
9.1.5.5. FTP File Transfer.......................................................................................................97
9.1.5.6. Email/SNS .................................................................................................................98
9.1.5.6.1 Email/SNS: SMTP ...................................................................................................98
9.1.5.6.2. Email/SNS: Event...................................................................................................98
9.1.5.6.3. Email/SNS: Schedule .............................................................................................99
9.1.5.6.4. Email/SNS: Recipient .............................................................................................99
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS .............................................................................................100
INSTALLING SYSTEM KEYBOARD WITH STANDALONE NVR SERIES..........................102
POS Configuration ...............................................................................................................105
ATM Configuration................................................................................................................108
NETWORK TROUBLESHOOTING ...................................................................................... 111
TERMS / ICONS GLOSSARY.............................................................................................. 113
NVR Icon Reference ............................................................................................................ 114
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Chapter 1. Introduction
1.1. Description
This manual applies to the 8/16 channel network video recorder models NVR8P and NVR16P.
The network video recorders support up to 8/16 network cameras. It can record high quality Full HD
images onto its maximum capacity of hard disk drives.
The NVRs are extremely straightforward to install and setup, as it detects network cameras and
defines the parameters of each through a dedicated configuration wizard. You can start monitoring
instantly, as the images are automatically assigned to a layout menu.
Based on embedded Linux and high performance, the NVRs are fully featured for security surveillance
and remote monitoring needs.
1.2. Components
The system comes with the following components:
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Network Video Recorder unit
IR Remote Control
DC Power Adapter
Power Cable
AAA Battery
HDD Brackets
Screw Packet
Wireless Antenna (specific model)
Installation CD including Client Software, Installation Guide and User Manual
Note: Check your package to make sure that you received the complete system, including all
components shown above.
1.3. Key Features
The PoE NVRs are the most competitive NVRs developed for all industrial applications. In addition to
its sleek professional design, it is very reliable and cost effective. Most of all, its real time and crystal
clear picture quality with small recording file size and powerful remote control function will become the
standard to which other security systems are judged. Also, its VCA (video content analysis) function
will offer you the advanced security environment.
Major features include:
► 8/16 channels input for IP cameras by embedded 8/16port PoE switch
► Full HD Real Time recording of all channels
► Full HD (1920 x 1080P) display on HDMI and VGA
► PENTAPLEX: simultaneous Live, Recording, Playback, Backup, Network
► Extremely small recording file size using H.264 compression technology
► Adjustable recording frame rate, resolution and picture quality
► Video / Audio data backup via USB 2.0 or CMS
► Support Authentic Video Image Player
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► High speed network transmission
► Dynamic / Static IP address support, Own Client (ATVision IP or CMS Software) support
► Remote recording, still image capturing and printing
► Multiple NVRs and multiple clients support for CMS application
► PTZ camera control by RS-485 and via network
► Independent color adjustment for each camera input and VGA output
► USB Mouse and IR remote control unit for user interface
► Self-diagnosis system and Hardware Watchdog: error checking and restoring functions
► Powerful event search function (Search by manual, schedule, motion, sensor, network or all)
► Pre-Alarm Recording for motions and sensors
► Protect Video/Audio files from HDD Overwrite
► Still image capturing and printing during live or playback
► System & Event Log files management
► Configuration data copy to other channels for easy setup
► Configuration file Export / Import for easy installation of multiple NVRs
► Control of minimum recording dates by channel
► Mobile (I-Phone, Android, Black Berry, Symbian and Windows mobile) phone support
► E-Map support
► POS/ATM support
► Video Analysis support
► Wifi optional
Notice:
The information in this manual was current when published. The manufacturer reserves the
right to revise and improve its products. All specifications are therefore subject to change
without notice.
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1.4. Basic Security System Configuration
IP Cameras
Smartphone
Sensor Inputs
Alarm Out
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NC/NO Devices scalable
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NO Devices
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TTL Level Input
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DC 30V 1A max
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AC 125V 0.5A max
LOCAL NETWORK OR INTERNET Power Switch
Amplified
VGA Monitor
Speaker
PC
AVE VSI Pro Max
DC Power
Adapter
External
HDD
Keyboard‐Controller Client Software
Web Browser
WebViewer
HDMI Monitor
Note: The configuration example above is based on the 16Channel embedded PoE switch
models.
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1.5. Front Panel View
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1. POWER LED: NVR power indicator.
2. REC LED: Recording indicator.
3. PLAYBACK LED: Playback mode indicator. A green light will be on when you play a recorded file
back.
4. NET LED: Network connection indicator. A green light will be on when the NVR is connected to the
network.
5. USB 2.0 Port: Connect USB mouse or USB memory device for file backup or firmware upgrade.
6. IR REMOTE CONTROL SENSOR: Receives all incoming signals from the remote control.
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1.6. Rear Panel View
NVR8P
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HDMI
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Alarm/sensor input
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Power adapter input
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eSATA
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Alarm out
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Network port
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Audio out
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RS485 port
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VGA out
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Serial port
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Power switch
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1.7. IR Remote Control
1. Audio: ON/ OFF function.
2. REC (Record): Start/stop manual recording.
3. Number Buttons: Select camera (channel) number.
4. ID SEL: Allows you to select ID setting.
5. ID: Displays current ID.
6. Info: It will display system information.
7. Print: Allows you to Print image either in Live or Playback Mode.
8. Navigate Buttons: ◀ Left ▲ Up ▶ Right ▼ Down :
: To select and save the menu and parameter change.
9. Enter
10. Menu: Enter or exit the menu.
11. Return: Directs you back to the previous menu. In Live Mode, this
button will log you out.
12. Mode: Change the display mode to different split screen.
13. Freeze: Freezes images. (Only in Live Mode).
14. Zoom: Zoom in/out the video when the channel is single display
mode.
15. Bookmark: It will list all the files that was bookmarked.
16. EZ Setup: You’ll be able to setup your system with simple pages.
17. K-Lock: Locks any keys from functioning.
18. Alarm: Turns the Alarm off.
19. Backup: Backups up desired data.
20. PTZ: Control PTZ camera(s) connected to your DVR/NVR.
21. Preset: A preset is a set of specific target points of a PTZ camera.
22.Tele: Zooms in on a specific area when using the PTZ function.
23. Wide: Zooms out of that specific area when using the PTZ
function.
24. Search: Go to recorded file search menu.
: Pause a video during playback mode.
25. Pause
26. Protect: You can protect recorded data from HDD overwriting.
27. Capture: You can capture video image either in Playback Mode
or Live Mode.
28. REW: Rewind (select speeds from 2x4x8x16x32x64 for faster
rewind).
29. ▶ Play: Play a recorded file.
30. ■ Stop: Stop playback.
31. FF: Fast forward (select speeds from 2x4x8x16x32x64).
ID Setting Instruction:
1) Press down ID SEL button for 2 seconds to start the ID Setting Mode
2) Input any 2 digits to set ID.
3) Once the 2 digits are selected, press enter.
* If no action is taken within the 2 second allowed time period, it will automatically exit you
from the ID Setting.
Installing batteries
1. Remove the battery cover by sliding in the direction of the arrow.
2. Insert two AAA batteries according to directions provided.
3. Replace the battery cover by sliding in the direction of the arrow.
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Chapter 2. Installation
2.1. HDD Installation
Before Installation
We recommend setting the current time on your NVR before HDD Installation.
Please make sure that the power of NVR is switched off before starting installation.
Step 1. Make sure the NVR power is switched OFF
Step 2. Open the top cover of NVR using a cross screw driver.
Step 3. Take out the HDD mounting plate from NVR.
Step 4. Place HDD(s) on the mounting plate and mount it with screws.
Step 5. Replace the mounting plate into the NVR and fix it with screws.
Step 6. Attach the data and power cable to HDD(s) correctly.
Step 7. Replace the top cover of NVR and fix it with screws.
After HDD installation
Step 8. Turn the NVR power ON.
Step 9. NVR will detect HDD(s) during the booting and will format HDD(s).
Step 10. After HDD formatting, NVR will be automatically rebooted and will be ready to work
with HDD(s).
2.2. Network Connection Setup
2.2.1. Using a Static IP Address
You can use the Static IP address, Subnet Mask and Gateway address provided by your ISP
(Internet Service Provider) for your NVR. The Gateway address is the IP address of your
broadband modem.
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2.2.2. Using a Dynamic IP Address
You can use a router with your Dynamic IP broadband modem. In this case, you should set the
configuration of a router properly for network connection between NVR and Net/Web Viewer.
Please follow the instructions in next section to configure your router correctly.
Home/Office Network Internet If your Broadband Modem does not support internal loop back (port forwarding) function and you
want to monitor NVR using a PC located in same Intranet, you should use Direct IP instead of
DDVRLS in the connection menu of NetViewer. If your PC is located outside of Intranet, you can
use both DDVRLS and Direct IP to connect to NVR even though your Broadband Modem has
limited features.
2.2.3. Router Configuration
If your NVR is connected to the network through a router, you should configure router properly.
There are 3 steps as follows.
1. WAN Setting
2. DHCP Setting 3. Virtual Server Setting
2.2.3.1. WAN Setting
When you connect to your Router, you
can find menu for WAN setting. Please
confirm the WAN setting. If you are using
DSL service, you should select PPPoE,
and you will be directed to a sub-menu to
type in DSL user name and password.
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2.2.3.2. DHCP & IP Address Setting
To assign a unique private IP address to
NVR
in
your
intranet
environment
automatically, you can enable DHCP option
in the Network Setup menu of your NVR and
your Router. In this case, you can skip the
procedures described on this page.
We recommend assigning IP address to
NVR manually to prevent unexpected
change of IP address.
*A router from D-Link is quoted as an
example in this manual. The images of
setup menu above may not always match
another router’s setup menu.
If you have any problem with DHCP function or want to assign the private IP address, please
disable DHCP option in the Network Setup menu of your NVR and check the starting and ending
IP used by DHCP server of the Router. You can assign any private IP address to your NVR
even if it is out of the DHCP range, but the IP address should match with the one entered in
the Network Setup menu of your NVR.
2.2.3.3. Virtual Server Setting
You should register your NVR as a virtual server. Please enter the information into IP address
field of the router (e.g. 192.168.0.110).
Protocol Type should be TCP. Private/Public Port numbers should be the same with the Port
numbers assigned in NVR. You can change port numbers in Network Setup menu to avoid conflict
with other network servers.
Your NVR uses 3 port numbers and the default Port numbers are 9350~1 and 80. 9350~1 are
for controlling the video, audio and commands of Net Viewer, and 80 is for Web Viewer. You need to
register 3 port numbers into the router as network servers. Please make sure that your router does
not block those port numbers to/from the NVR with filter and firewall features.
The image is only for your reference. Depending on the Router manufacturer, the setting can vary.
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STARTING THE SYSTEM
When power is turned on, you will see the
initializing screen and it may take up to one minute
to complete. After initializing is complete, an
Easy Setup screen will appear.
EASY SETUP
An Easy Setup screen of 5 steps will appear. If you don’t like to setup all at this point and like to skip
the steps, please click the Exit button. Then the system will exit to main live screen. However, you can
setup the system at anytime you want by click the Easy Setup Menu or Main Menu.
[1/5] Signal / Language / Device Name
The user can set the OSD language, signal and device name.
[2/5] Date/Time Setup
In this step, the user can set the date and time of the system, and Time zone as well.
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[3/5] Connection Mode setup
The user can set the Network and IP camera connection mode properly according to the network
connection.
** For detailed information, please refer to the 3.5. Network Setup page of this manual
[4/5] IP Camera Registration
The user can check the IP camera listing and register the desired IP cameras automatically or
manually by click the Auto/Manual button.
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Quick search: the user can search the IP cameras connected to the network and system quickly. In
this case, the user must enter the camera ID and Password one by one.
Detail search: if the user selects the Detail search, it will take more time to search all the cameras
comparing to quick search. The system checks all IP camera IDs and Passwords automatically. The
user needs not to enter the IP camera ID and password separately. The registered camera can be
detected automatically from the NVR, so the user needs not to enter the ID and PW of IP camera
separately.
Manual add: if the user wants to add the remote cameras manually, firstly the user check the IP
camera address to register to the system. The IP camera must support Onvif and enter the full Onvif
IP camera address. Ex. http://192.168.10.110/onvif/device_service.
* For detailed information, please refer to the IP camera registration page of this manual
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[5/5] Schedule recording
The user can set the schedule recording as continuous, event and both (continuous and event) by
drag the desired date and time.
After Easy Setup is completed or exited from Easy Setup menu, a live screen will appear.
When the user does not log-in the system and click to any menu, it will prompt you to the login dialog.
Enter ID and Password by using the virtual keyboard and click OK. By default, the ID is set at “admin”
and the Password is set at “admin”
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Live Menu Description
1
Screen Mode
Can select how you would like to view screen
2
PTZ control
Can activate PTZ window to control the PTZ function.
3
Zoom In
Can zoom in for the desired area.
4
Audio On/Off
Option to have the audio on or off
5
Freeze
Can freeze Playback or Live scene
6
Stop Alarm
Stops the alarm output and the event monitoring.
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Record Start/Stop
Starts/stops the manual recording
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Play
Plays the search result (for 30sec. 1min, 5min, 10min and all)
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Search
Can search for recorded data (by time, event, capture, etc)
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Backup
Can backup data via USB drive
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Main Menu
Access the main menu.
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Information
This menu will display system information
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IP Cam INFO
It will display you IP camera information
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Easy Setup
You’ll be able to setup your system with simple.
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IP Camera Registration
You can search the registered cameras and add the cameras.
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Shutdown
Will allow you to completely shut down the unit
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Hide Launcher
Hides the launcher.
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Logout
You can log out.
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System Information
When the user clicks the right click menu on the live screen and select Information menu, the system
information will appear with overall system info.
When there’s an exclamation , this indicates that the NVR
has not been registered in our DDVRLS server
Password will only show half of the registered password.
You can enter up to 8 characters max. If four characters are
used in the password, it will show as 12**, six characters will
show as 123*** and eight character, 1234****
Network Map: By clicking the Network Map button, it will display a page with all your IP camera status.
If the IP camera is connected, then a blue line will be shown. If the camera is disconnected, then a
blue line with a red X mark will be shown. If there is a connection error, a solid red line will be shown.
By using you mouse, you can navigate to each IP camera to see the camera information.
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Live Menu navigating using the mouse
Navigating to the different channels by using the mouse.
By using the mouse, move the mouse to the far right in the middle of the screen and an arrow button
will appear on the screen to navigate to different channels. You can only navigate from one channel to
another when viewing in a single screen/channel. If you are viewing from a 4-split screen, you will
NOT be able to navigate using the arrow. This feature will only work when viewing from a single
screen
When viewing from a 4-split screen, you can use your mouse to navigate from channels to channels.
When a channel is selected, a yellow border will show indicating the channel selected. By using your
mouse, you may go to desired channel.
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Navigating to different channels by using the remote control.
To navigate from one channel to another channel, you must first select the channel and it must be on a
single full screen view. By pressing the direction button on the remote control ▶, it will take you to the
next channel in sequential order.
If a channel is selected (has yellow border), you can use the remote control by using the arrow buttons
to navigate to individual channels. To select a channel using the remote control, press the enter button
and a yellow border will appear on that channel, (see above picture). After the channel has been
selected and by using the arrow buttons on the remote control, you can navigate to desired channels.
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Chapter 3. Main Menu Setup
•
Go to Main Menu Window using:
Remote control – Press MENU,
Mouse – Right click and click Main MENU.
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To go to desired sub menu:
Use direction keys and press ENTER (remote control) or click on sub menu with the mouse.
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To go to the higher level menu:
Remote control – Press MENU,
Mouse – click the desired higher menu or OK / Cancel button
Main Menu Tree VIDEO/AUDIO
RECORD
DEVICE
Camera
Policy
Storage
IP Camera Registration
Record Quality
Sensor / Video Loss Detection
IP Camera Setup
Schedule
Alarm Schedule
Monitor
Holiday
PTZ
Sequence / Event Display
Event Record Duration
System controller / Printer Device
OSD / Display Position
Record Option
POS/ATM Device
Screen Mode
Video Analysis
SYSTEM
NETWORK
Date/Time
Connection
Signal / Language / Device Name
Port / Connection Test
Config
ID, Password
Log Information
DDNS
Authorization Management
NAT Traversal
BACKUP
Backup
FTP File Transfer
Email / SNS
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3.1. Video/Audio Setup
There are 5 sub menus under Video/Audio. To exit to main menu, press MENU key again (or right click
on the mouse).
3.1.1. Camera
In the Camera menu, you will be able to set up your camera to a desired setting. Click the Camera
menu and it will route you to a Camera setup page
1) VIDEO: You may select the video ON, OFF,
COVERT 1 or COVERT 2.
 ON: Pictures/Images and icons will appear on
screen as normal.
 OFF: When the video is switched to OFF, there
is no action taken, (no images / pictures,
recordings icon, etc.) but only camera title will
be displayed on the screen.
 COVERT 1: Video/pictures will not appear and
will be blank/black, but icons and camera title
will appear. Despite being in covert, the NVR
will continue to record.
 COVERT 2: In this mode, the screen will be
completely blank including icon, camera
names, etc. but will continue to record.
2) AUDIO: You may select the audio ON or OFF position. If you want to activate the Audio function,
firstly you should select Audio On for the desired cameras in the Camera Menu and then go to IP
Camera Setup menu to set the Audio section of the camera as G.711 position.
3) TITLE: Create your own title for each camera
connected to the NVR by using the virtual
keyboard (up to 15 characters). If you skip this
setup, camera # will be displayed on the
screen.
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Screen Input: You can configure your camera image to your preference by adjusting the channel.
1) Brightness
2) Contrast
3) Saturation
4) Click the <Init> to initialize settings back to the default 50.
5) When the desired setting is entered, click <OK>.
Depending on the IP cameras, the image setting can be limited.
3.1.2. IP Camera Registration
For desired IP camera use, you must first register the IP cameras in the IP Camera Registration menu.
** For IP cameras supporting zero configuration, you do not need to register. It will automatically
register when the cameras are directly connected to the IP CAM port. For all other branded IP
cameras, you must perform these two tasks, time sync and then register.
In the IP Camera Registration menu, a list of IP cameras will appear that have been detected
automatically. This will be your default setting. If you wish to manually add the IP cameras, click the
Auto/Manual button. For the details, please refer to the descriptions of “Auto/Manual” setting below.
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Camera search:
- Quick search: the user can quickly search the IP
cameras connected to the NVR. In this case, the
user should enter each ID and Password for
connecting camera. Check the “Quick” box to click
the “Search” button.
- Detail search: if the user selects the Detail
search, it will take more search time comparing to
quick search, however the system checks all IP
camera’s ID and Password automatically, and the
user need not to enter the IP camera ID and
password separately. Check the “Detail” box to
click the “Search” button.
Auto/Manual: By clicking this button, you will be able to select which channel(s) to register
automatically. If unselected/un-checked (mark V), then that channel will not register automatically. You
can select all channels or specific channel(s).
**Only IP cameras that support Zero Config. will be able to connect automatically.
Once you have clicked the ADD button to click the “Search” button, a list of IP cameras will appear on
the screen that has been detected automatically. To select the desired IP camera, simply click the
“Registration” tab.
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And then IP Camera Registration window will appear. Enter the camera ID and PW to click the TEST
button to see if the connection is successful. If all the information is correct, you will see “SUCCESS”
indicating that the camera is ready for operation. If the connection has failed, double check the
information entered. Once everything is successful, then click the OK button.
When Search button is clicked, it will search all the
registered IP cameras again. If you would like to
add remote site IP camera, click the “Manual Add”
tab.
A window will appear to enter IP camera
information. Enter the camera Address, ID and PW
to click the TEST button to see if the connection is
successful. If it’s successful, click the OK button.
For the camera Address should be as:
Ex)http://192.168.10.110/onvif/device_service. The
colored part should be entered with the correct IP
camera Address. In this case, the IP camera must
support Onvif.
By clicking the IP tab, you will be able to edit your IP camera registration. Once you have made the
changes, click the TEST button to see if it was successful.
When all IP cameras are registered and ready for use, you can always go back and delete the
cameras.
Simply by clicking the delete button, a window will appear in the middle of the page asking if you would
like to delete. Click OK to delete the specific camera channel or all.
PoE Reset: will power ON/OFF of the camera
automatically.
When a RESET tab is clicked, a popup window
will appear to confirm your selection and then
proceed.
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3.1.3. IP Camera Setup
In this menu, you will be able to setup your IP
camera to desired setting. By clicking the IP
Camera Setup tab, you will have five (5) different
settings to work with.
-PROFILE
-RESOLTUION
-FPS
-QUALITY
-GOP (Group of Pictures)
- Audio
- KHz
- Motion
- Sensor
Click on the desired channel and then IP camera setup page will appear.
Profile: We recommend “Main” profile because it allows the most efficient coding of video. It reduces
the required network bandwidth for video. The only profiles that can be enabled are ones supported by
the camera. If you cannot enable it, then the camera does not support that particular profile.
Resolution: It will display resolution options supported by the camera. Once the Resolution tab is
clicked, a window will appear in the middle of the page. Scroll down on the Resolution bar and select
desired resolution setting.
FPS: To select desired FPS, click on the FPS bar and scroll down. Maximum FPS allowed is 30. The
NVR does not support FPS 60.
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Quality: For desired quality setting, click on the bar
next to Quality. Once the bar has been clicked, a
virtual keyboard will appear in the middle of the
screen.
By using the keyboard, enter the desired quality
setting. Keep in mind that maximum Kbps is 6000.
GOP: Once you have clicked the GOP tab, click the GOP bar and scroll down to desired GOP setting.
Keep in mind the maximum GOP is 30 and the recommendation GOP size is a half of FPS. (Example;
if the FPS is 30, then the GOP of 15 is recommended)
Audio: Only support G.711. If the IP camera does not support G.711, then it will display as OFF.
KHz: Only support 8KHz (this is audio sampling rate). If the IP camera does not support 8KHz, then it
will display as OFF
Motion: Default is OFF. If you select ON, it will allow the NVR to receive motion events from the IP
camera. Also, when it’s in ON position, the NVR will allow the user to use event recording.
**If you would like to use MOTION recording, you MUST have the EVENT in ON position at all times.
The NVR will automatically set the motion area (whole screen) but if the user wants to set their own
motion area, they will need to set the area from the IP camera. To learn how to setup own personal
motion area; please refer to camera user manual.
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Sensor: Default is OFF. If you select ON, it will allow the NVR to receive sensor events from the IP
camera. There are 2 different types of sensor positions: (N.O = NORMAL OPEN and N.C. = NORMAL
CLOSE). Depending on the IP camera, Sensor 1 and Sensor 2 can be enabled if the IP camera can
support two sensors.
Secondary: The purpose of secondary is to send low bandwidth stream to remote client software such
as smartphone, tablet, etc. It will also display in real-time to multi view mode. You can also setup
different settings in secondary such as:
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Profile: Select a profile that’s desired. Main is recommended.
Resolution: Max resolution is 704 x 480 depending on IP camera’s resolution support.
FPS: Maximum FPS is 30.
Quality: By using the keyboard, enter the desired quality setting. Keep in mind that maximum
Kbps is 6000.
GOP: Maximum GOP is 30 and a half of FPS is recommended as a GOP size.
3.1.4. Monitor
To select HDMI/VGA resolution setting, click on the Monitor menu.
In this menu, you’ll be able to set the desired HDMI/VGA resolution by simply clicking on the
Resolution tap to scroll down bar and select the setting.
To adjust the brightness/contrast/hue/color for monitor, click the “Monitor” button on the bottom left
corner.
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3.1.5. Sequence / Event Display
The NVR can display each live video channel in full screen (or a group of channels) in sequence mode.
Select the interval, Channel Setup and Duration.
SEQUENCE:
1) Interval: You may select OFF position or 30 sec maximum.
2) Single Mode: By clicking the Channel Setup, you can select individual channel or all.
If the user wants to use Auto Sequence mode, click the right-click to select the Auto Sequence under
the Screen mode.
EVENT DISPLAY: When viewing live and an
event occurs, an event window will pop up
showing all channels that are set in event setting.
1) Duration: You may select OFF or time
interval setting.
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3.1.6. OSD / Display Position
You can configure each parameter for on-screen-display using direction keys and ENTER button. To
save and exit from this menu, press MENU.
1) Camera ID Mode [OFF/Title/Number]
You can display a number or title of your camera on the screen. Select OFF not to display any.
2) Border Color [WHITE / BLACK]
Select the color of border line on multiple channel display mode. Choose from WHITE/BLACK.
3) Icon [ON/OFF]
Select ON or OFF to display or not display Icon
4) Date / Time [ON / OFF]
Select On/Off of date/time displayed on the screen. OFF will not display current date/time on the live
screen. But the NVR will record the video with time/date stamp.
5) Tooltip: Select On/Off to display or not display Tooltip.
6) Transparency: Select the transparency rate of menu displaying on the screen. The user can set
the rate from 50 to 100. The advantage of this function can allow the user to monitor the live
screen even while setting the system.
7) Display Position Setup: Click the Display Position Setup button to adjust the icon position.
3.1.7. Screen Mode
The user can configure the Live screen and Split Screens.
1) Live Screen: Select split modes for the Live
screen. 4-split screens by default.
2) Play Screen: single screen and 4 split mode
are default.
3) When the screen mode setup is done, click OK.
Live Screen: Use Secondary Stream.
If the user checks the Use Secondary Stream box,
the multi view will be second stream. If it is
unchecked, then the multi view will be primary
stream.
For channels, single, PIP and 4-split channel will
always be primary stream.
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3.2. Record Setup
With this menu, you can set all parameters (see the picture as below) related to recording for each
camera independently. Use direction keys and ENTER button to select the camera (channel) and
change the setup value.
3.2.1. Policy
NVR can record a live video by manual, schedule, event (motion detection and/or external sensor) and
by network user’s command. You can set the recording policy for each camera independently.
1) Manual (R) [ON / OFF]
ON: When turned ON, you can start recording manually by pressing a REC button on the
launcher (or by clicking REC icon on mouse menu). Press REC key again to stop recording.
OFF: Manual recording is disabled on selected camera(s).
2) Schedule (S) [ON / OFF]
ON: Schedule record enabled
OFF: Schedule record disabled on selected camera and NVR will not record by your schedule
setup. This will override schedule setup menu.
3) AUDIO [ON/OFF]: Allows user to turn audio record ON or OFF.
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3.2.2. Record Quality
The user can set the recording quality each for Normal and Event condition. Therefore, the user can
set the “Secondary” Stream for the normal condition and with “Primary” Stream for the event condition.
This function allows the user to save the HDD recording size.
If you click the Setup Tab, the IP Camera Setup window will be appeared.
3.2.3. Recording Schedule Setup
This menu allows you to create your own recording schedule and trigger type. To enable this feature,
schedule recording feature at RECORD->POLICY->SCHEDULE menu must be turned “ON”. Using
direction keys and ENTER button, choose preferred record types (such as Continuous, Event, Both
(Cont&Evnt) on the selected time and date. Different color will represent different recording types.
1) CH : 1 ~ 4
Select channel for schedule recording.
2) SELECT DAY [SUN – SAT, Hol]
Select the desired day for schedule recording.
3) TIME
Move the cursor to desired time and press ENTER
key to set it highlighted. Press click again to
change schedule recording option by color.
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You can set different recording schedule and type for each camera (channel) or you can apply current
schedule setting to all other cameras by pressing “Apply to All CH” button.
Apply To All Channel: If selected, “Apply to All CH” window will appear. Press OK to apply the setup to
all channels. When the recording schedule setup is done, click OK.
3.2.4. Holiday
You can set specific dates to Holidays according to your preferences. Holidays are applied to <Record
Schedule> and < Alarm Schedule> as well.
1)
2)
3)
4)
Select Record in Main Menu and click Holiday.
A calendar for Holiday setup will appear.
By using your mouse or buttons, select year or month and.
Select a desired date and you will see the “Setting Holiday” screen.
Example: Select March 27 and check on <3/27> only to make every March 27th a holiday. Check both
on <3/27> and March 3rd Wed> to make every March 27th and 3rd Wednesday of August holidays.
5) When the Holiday setup is complete, click <OK>.
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3.2.5. Event Recording Duration
You can set the beginning and ending point of a recording on an event.
1) Pre Event: The recording of an event will start
at a pre-determined time prior to the actual
occurrence of the event. If it is set to 5
seconds, the recording begins from 5 seconds
before the event.
2) Post Event: The recording will continue for a
pre-determined time after the actual end of an
event. If it is set to 5 seconds, the recording
ends in 5 seconds after an event ending. You
can set up the Post Event to maximum of 6
hours.
3) When the event recording duration setup is
complete, click <OK>.
If the user sets the Pre-Event and Post-Event as Off, then the system will not record the Event.
3.2.6. Record Option (Overwrite)
You can enable/disable HDD overwriting feature and set warning method when HDD is full and
overwriting is disabled.
1) HDD Overwrite Mode [ON / OFF]
If you select “ON”, NVR will delete the old
recorded files (from the oldest file) and will record
the new video file when the HDD is full.
If you select “OFF”, the NVR will stop recording
when the HDD(s) is full.
If HDD OVERWRITE is OFF when the HDD is
full, the NVR will warn you to change the setup or
replace the HDD. If disk warning is activated, a
will appear on the screen. If
Disk Full Icon
then, enable the HDD overwrite feature or
replace your HDD(s) immediately.
2) Auto Delete. You can choose this option if you
want to delete data on a HDD after an elapse
of certain period of time of recording.
3) If you want to use the “Auto Delete” option,
click on the box right next to the “Auto Delete”
option.
“Auto Delete” window will be
displayed. It will ask you if you would like to
proceed. If you click OK, you can select
number of days to auto delete. If the user set
the “Auto Delete” as 60days, the NVR will
delete the data which is elapsed of 60 days.
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3.3. Device Setup
In this Device menu, you can configure the peripherals in your NVR such as storage, PTZ control,
printer, sensor and POS/ATM
3.3.1. Storage
HDD: HDD size and percentage used will be
shown.
2nd HDD: 2nd HDD size and percentage used
will be shown (if installed). You can have up to
2 internal HDDs.
Flash: If the flash capacity exceeds 2TB or more, it
will appear as INVALID USB DEVICE. A pop-up
window will appear with a message stating: Does
not support USB devices that are larger than 2 TB.
HDD Map: shows the HDD connecting port #.
The highlighted port image (gray color) shows the
available HDD installing ports numbers.
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FORMAT: You can format each HDD if necessary.
Select <Format> and a window formatting the
HDD will appear. The window will ask you if you
want to proceed with formatting. Click OK. The
selected HDD will be formatted.
If another USB device is used, it will display that
particular device and you can format it if so
desired.
! Formatting will delete all recordings/data!
If the USB device exceeds 2TB capacity, it will not
allow you to select the check box to format
HDD Info: HDD will use the S.M.A.R.T function to
display HDD status. If there are many bad blocks,
the HDD may be compromised therefore you may
need to change the HDD.
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3.3.2. Sensor / Video Loss Detection Setup
Select the right type of your external sensors connected to NVR. There are 2 different types of sensors.
(N.O.- Normal Open and N.C.- Normal Close). Click the “Type” tap to change and select the sensor.
1) Sensor # (1~4): means sensor input number
(terminal block of rear panel)
2) Type [Off / N.O. / N.C.]
N.O.: “Normal mode- Open”. Two sensor lines are
not connected (=open) in the normal mode.
Sensor lines will be connected (=close) in the
activation mode.
N.C.: “Normal mode-Close”. Two sensor lines are
connected (=close) in the normal mode.
Sensor lines will be disconnected (=open) in the
activation mode. Click OK to save and exit.
3) Cam: means the camera channel which the
sensor is synchronized (connected) with when
the alarm is triggered. Once the camera is
selected, “Cam channel and Preset Setup”
window will appear. Select a channel and
setup the preset number. (ex, PTZ functional
camera).
4) Video Loss State: Select ON or OFF for each
channel. When the video loss on the certain
channel is occurred, the NVR system will
trigger the event.
3.3.3. Alarm Schedule
You can set the conditions and operating hours for scheduled alarms.
IF the user wants to set the Alarm recording, the user should first set all the Alarm settings
under the “Alarm Schedule” menu.
Alarm out port number
of terminal block of rear panel.
When Beep (Event
Sync) is selected, and alarm schedule mode is set
as Event sync. When the alarm is triggered, Beep
sound is activated only for the period of the setting
dwell time (continuous, 5sec, 20sec ~ 3 hours).
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Alarm Schedule:
1) ON: Marked in Blue, it will generate alarm out
when the event occurs on scheduled time.
2) OFF: Marked in Black, no alarm out is
generated even if an event occurs.
3) Event Sync: Marked in Green, it generates an
alarm out and beep sound when an event
occurs.
4) Channel Setup: Only selected channel will
generate the Alarm out. If the user does not
select certain channel, and when the event
occurs in that channel, the NVR will not
generate the Alarm Out for that channel.
However, event recording and other beep will not be affected from this setting.
5) When the alarm is generated on the scheduled time, you can stop the alarm by click the Stop
Alarm in right click menu or launcher.
6) When the Alarm Schedule setup is complete, click <OK>.
3.3.4. PTZ
NVR supports Pan, Tilt, Zoom and Focus control for PTZ cameras. The NVR supports most industrial
common protocols.
Once the IP PTZ camera is connected, the system
scans the PTZ camera to register to them
automatically.
1) ID: You can select an ID number (0-255) for
each PTZ camera.
2) PROTOCOL: For direct control of the IP
camera, select ONVIF protocol.
3) SPEED: Select the speed of camera
movement (1-5). The higher number indicates
faster speed.
4) When the PTZ setup is complete, click <OK>
* For the detail information of PTZ operation,
please refer to the PTZ Control Section of this
manual herein.
3.3.5. System Controller / Printer Device
You can set the RS-485/232 communicator for the use of PTZ Camera and UBS system keyboards
with the NVR.
1) Set the values of each communication setup
of the remote device.
2) Baud rate: Baud rate settings of the NVR,
PTZ camera and system keyboard should be
matched for proper operations.
3) Make sure to match IDs of the NVR and
System Keyboard and click <OK>.
4) Remote Control: You can select to have it
ON or OFF and enter ID
5) Printer: You can select whether the printer is
USB or Network.
*If the PTZ protocol is ONVIF, then RS485 is not
necessary. Please refer to pages in this manual
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for System Keyboard details
3.3.6. POS / ATM Device
You can set properties of POS devices connected to the NVR.
1) By clicking POS USE, your NVR and POS will be connected. If you change settings for the device
and press <OK> while the <POS USE> is not checked, the changes for POS will not be saved.
2) POS COMMUNICATION SETUP WITH NVR: This allows communication setups for the POS
device and NVR. To set up communication, go to Device Menu under System Controller and
select RS-232 to change settings.
*See Appendix POS configuration setup*
3.3.7. Video Analysis
1) Mode ON: Video Analysis will be activated. Mode OFF: Video Analysis will be deactivated.
2) Protocol: Select device/Protocol.
Once the Video Analysis is set and complete, you will be able to view events if an action has taken
place. You’ll be able to view in Search Menu under Video Analysis. However the Video Analysis
function is available only for the video analysis supporting camera.
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3.4. System Setup
This menu helps you to configure NVR for basic operation. You can set the current time for your area,
network parameters, and password for security purposes.
3.4.1. Date/Time Setup
You can set the current date and time manually.
1) Auto Time Set: Time Sync. By using Time Server. The default of Auto Time Sync. Is
time1.google.com. For using the Auto time sync, the NVR should be connected to the internet.
2) Date: Sets the date that will appear on the screen. You can select the date format.
2) Time: Sets the time and its format that will appear on the Screen. Select either one from <24
Hours or 12 Hours (AM/PM)>
3) Time Zone: Sets the time zone of your area based on the Greenwich Mean Time (GMT)
- GMT is a standard World Time and the basis of world time zones.
4) DST: Set up Daylight Saving Time with its period to make the time earlier than the GMT of its time
zone by 1hour during the set period.
3.4.2. Language / Signal / Device name
NVR supports multi- languages OSD.
Signal: It will display NTSC or PAL of the System. Changing the video signal setup of the NVR will
cause it to reboot.
Device name: the user can change the Device name as preferred one by using the virtual keyboard.
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3.4.3. Config
In this menu, you can upgrade, Import, Export and Factory Reset of the NVR.
1) Upgrade: Upgrade NVR firmware with USB
memory stick at local USB.
How to upgrade firmware with USB memory
stick:
- Check the current firmware version before
starting upgrade.
- Have a higher/newer version of firmware
software in a USB memory stick.
- Insert a USB memory stick to the USB port on
the NVR.
- Available firmware file will be shown on the
screen. Select the right firmware file.
- Click Upgrade button.
- NVR will reboot automatically after update. Please wait until NVR has rebooted automatically.
2) Import Configuration: Import and copy the NVR configuration file from a USB memory stick. If the
“Include Network Setting (IP Camera)” is selected, all IP configurations can be also copied to the
other NVR.
3) Export Configuration: Export current NVR configuration to USB memory stick. You can import this
file from other NVR(s) and clone the configuration from other NVR(s).
4) Reset: You can restore all configurations including the IP camera and network settings to factory
default values by check-marking “Include Network Settings (IP Camera)” in the box. (Except
current time)
3.4.4. Log Information
You can browse system and events logs. System Log shows log and timestamp on every system start,
system shutdown and any changes on system settings. Event log will show all events that occurred on
the log list. You can select by type or channel.
You can retrieve log information by calendar by clicking the calendar icon. For those dates that have
data, there will be a small checkmark next to the date.
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3.4.5. Authorization Management
You can set permissions of each user for the NVR’s specific function and settings.
3.4.5.1. Admin
1) Under Authorization Management Admin, you
can change Admin’s ID and Password. By
clicking on the ID, a virtual keyboard will appear
to type in ID. This also applies to Password and
Confirm PW. Once you have entered your ID and
PW, click OK.
2) By default, the ID and Password are set to
“admin” and “admin”
3.4.5.2. Group
1) If you select Group Menu, window for Add,
Delete, Rename and Group Authority setup
appears.
2) Click to a desired item and set the value.
- Add, Delete, Rename: You can add, delete,
rename a group or modify permissions given to
the group. A virtual keyboard will appear when Add
or Rename is selected. You can have up to 10
groups.
- Add: Select “Add” to display the virtual
keyboard. Enter a group name. You can add up to
10 groups.
- Delete: Deletes a user group that is already registered. Selecting Delete will delete all user
accounts belonging to that group.
- Rename: Renames a group that is already registered. Select Rename to display the virtual
keyboard.
- Group Authority: Sets permissions to access menu items of each group. Users of a group can
access only the checked functions.
3) When the group setup is complete, press OK.
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You can create user groups and setup permissions for those user groups. You can also register a user
group <User>
You can set the permissions of the group “users” to access the menu according to the channel.
Select a menu to which the group permission is assigned.
The menu where the group permission is assigned will be displayed in the Live menu when a group
user logs in.
You can set Live View / Search / Backup / Menu.
Select <OK>. Select and assign a group user so that the user can access the specified menu.
3.4.5.3. User
! Users can be added only if a Group has already been established.
1) When selecting “Add” from the window, a window for “Add User” will appear. You can configure
the Network Viewer setting including Name, ID, Select Group and Password (include Confirm PW).
Result of the user setup appears in the User window. To change the user property, use the “Edit
User” setting window. The “Edit User” window appears when you select a desired item to be
changed in the User window.
2) When the user setup is complete, click <OK>.
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3.4.5.4. Setup
You can set restricted access for all general users. Items with restrictions will require logging in for use.
1) The “Restricted Access”, “Manual Input of ID”
and “Auto Log out” setup screen will appear.
2) Click to a desired item and set the value.
A) Restricted Access: All menu items allowed for
a user can be set with the value.
- Checked Box = Restricted/Not Accessible
- Unchecked Box = Accessible
* If box is checked in Restricted Access, a user
can access the item only if the user has
permission in Group Authority setting.
B) Auto Log Out: A user will be automatically
logged out if there is no operation on NVR for over set period of time.
3.5. Network Setup
With this menu, you can setup the network for the NVR. Before starting this setup, the NVR must be
connected to the router by LAN cable. Also, please make sure that the internet is working properly.
Important: If you are not familiar with network configuration and find any difficulties during this
setup, please consult with your IT specialist.
You should complete your network setup to control and manage the NVR through the internet
or local network just like you are next to the NVR.
3.5.1. Connection
LAN Port: There are two selections in LAN port, Network and IP camera.
* You can set the network connection route and protocol.
1) Connection Mode: Sets the network
connection mode.
2) Bandwidth: Sets the maximum data flow to
be transferred (Upload speed). Options will
vary depending on the selected connection
mode.
‐ For Static IP, Dynamic IP: Select one from 50
kbps-2Mbps and unlimited.
3) IP, Gateway, Subnet Mask and DNS
‐ For Static IP: You can directly input IP
address, Gateway, Subnet Mask and DNS.
‐ For Dynamic IP: IP Address, Gateway and
Subnet Mask are set automatically.
‐ For ADSL: Bandwidth, DNS, and User IP
and PW should be set properly.
4) When the connection setup is complete, click <OK>.
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** Hardware Network Port (on the rear panel of NVR) aligned with LAN Port Menu description:
Network (marked on the rear panel): is for NVR connection and controlling from external remote site.
Information of the “Information” Menu (mouse right-click menu on Live screen) is related to the
Network Port.
* Network Port: When No Router Is Used
There are three connection mode: Static IP, Dynamic IP and ADSL mode.
1) Static IP Mode:
- Internet Connection: set the <Connection Mode> to <Static IP>. It will allow connection between
the NVR and the remote user.
- For using Static IP, the user should set the IP, Gateway, Subnet Mask and DNS.
2) Dynamic IP (DHCP) Mode:
- Internet Connection: set the <Connection Mode> to <Dynamic IP>. It will allow connection
between the NVR and the remote user.
For use Dynamic IP, the NVR should be directly connected to a cable modem, DHCP ADSL
Modem or FTTH network. IP, Gateway, Subnet Mask and DNS will be set automatically.
* Network Port: When A Router Is Used:
1) Setting the NVR with a Static IP:
‐ Internet Connection: You can connect the NVR to a router which is connected to a cable modem
or a router in a LAN environment.
2) Setting the NVR Network:
‐ Set the <Connection Mode> to <Static IP>.
‐ Check whether the set IP address is in the Static IP range provided by the IP router.
3) Make sure the Gateway address and Subnet Mask are equal to those set in the IP router.
4) Setting the DHCP IP Address of the IP router:
‐ To access the IP router’s configurations, open a web browser on the local PC that is connected to
the IP router and enter the router’s address (ex. http://192.68.1.1).
‐ At this stage, make the local PC’s windows network configurations to the below example:
EX.)
IP:192.168.1.2
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Gateway: 192.168.1.1
‐ Once connected to the IP router, it prompts with password. While entering nothing to the User
Name field, enter, “admin” into the password field and press <OK> to access the router
configuration
‐ Access the router’s DHCP configuration menu and its DHCP server activation and provide the
start and end address. Set the start address (192.168.0.2) and end address (192.168.0.100).
‐ Depending on the router maker, the router setting method can vary.
Setting Router’s Port Forwarding:
To remotely access/view your camera, it is required to perform port forwarding. It is essential to access
the NVR connected to the router from outside of the router’s network.
1) External Port Range: Enter the TCP Port number in the <Port (TCP)> in <Port / Connection Test>
menu of the connected NVR. If more than one NVRs are connected to the router, the TCP port
should be different each other.
2) Internal Port Range: Set same range as External Port Range.
3) Depending on the router maker, the router setting method can vary.
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IP Camera Port: You can change IP address for IP camera port. It will set the IP address range of the
cameras automatically when DHCP sever USE is selected. The Default is 192.168.30.1. If the user
change the IP address range, then the information message will be shown as below;
If camera is added manually, the user will need to reboot the camera.
It is recommended that the IP address setting is not to be changed without any necessary, and use the
default set.
3.5.2. Port / Connection Test
1) Port (TCP): Initially, 9350-9351 is set. It can increase/decrease by TCP: It has better stability and
lower speed when compared to UDP and recommended for internet environments.
2) WebViewer Port: Enter the port number for the Web Viewer. Initially, it is set to 80. It can
increase/decrease as well.
3) When the port setup is complete, click OK.
4) UPnP: This function will automatically perform port forwarding to your router. By check-marking
the box, it will automatically do port forwarding. If your router does not support UPnP, a FAIL
message will appear. If the router can support UPnP, then a SUCCESS message will appear. If
the Port is already in use message appears, this indicates that particular port is already in use
therefore you must change to a different port.
Connection Test
IP Address/URL: When the user wants to check if a certain NVR address is connected to the network
environment, enter the NVR address into the IP Address/URL to click the TEST button. If the NVR
address is connected successfully, then the Test result will be as “Connected successfully”.
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3.5.3. ID, Password
You must enter your Network ID and Password to
gain network access. By using the virtual keyboard,
you may enter your ID and Password.
This Exclamation icon indicates that the NVR
has not been registered to our DDVRLS
server.
The Network Default ID and Password are: IDadmin / PW-admin.
The Network ID and Password is for access to the
NVR via web browser.
3.5.3.1. DDVRLS Registration
DDVRLS Register: To use the manufacturer’s Net-Viewer service the NVR must be registered to the
manufacturer’s DDVRLS server. By registering the NVR with this service it will allow connection to the
NVR via the secure h264viewer.com web site. From this web site the primary and secondary stream
from the NVR can be selected to be decoded and viewed. The registration of the NVR to the
manufacturer’s DDVRLS server is not necessary to use a web browser or the supplied ATVision IP
software to connect to the NVR. If this service is desired, a unique ID and Admin/user password must
be entered and accepted by the DDVRLS server.
ID: enter a unique ID by using virtual keyboard.
Admin password: enter PW and confirm PW by using virtual keyboard.
Admin password will allow the user to control for (Live, Playback, Setup).
User password: enter PW and confirm PW by virtual keyboard.
User password will allow the user to control for (Live and Playback).
Then, click DDVRLS Register button. If all information is correct, then DDVRLS Registration: Success
will be marked. And ID Approved message will be shown.
When the network setting is not correct, a window message of “Cannot connect server” is shown.
If the ID is already in use, you will see a registration window stating that it’s an invalid ID. You
will need to click ok and re-enter ID.
Even when NVR is not registered to the DDVRLS, the user can access the NVR by web browser to
monitor and control the NVR. By entering the NVR IP address into the internet address window, the
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user can enter into the web viewer of NVR.
3.5.4. Dashboard Setup
Dashboard allows you to access, manage and monitor the multiple NVR with single ID from anywhere
in the world where you can access the internet. Once you login with your ID, the Dashboard shows the
registered NVR list on the web and enables you to access the NVR for real-time monitoring and
playback. As free internet service, for using the Dashboard, you should setup the NVR on the
Dashboard by registering your ID and Password.
3.5.4.1. Setup/Registration
Dashboard Setup by New Account:
For Dashboard setup, you’ll first need to enter important information and register. Scroll down and
select New Account. Once you have selected the New Account, you’ll need to enter your ID and
Password.
To enter your ID and Password, use the virtual
keyboard that’s provided.
After you have selected and entered your ID and
Password, click on to the “Register/Add a new
device” tab to register.
If the entered ID and Password are approved,
you will receive “ID Approved” popup window in
the middle of the screen. It will also indicate at the
bottom of page, Dashboard Registration:
SUCCESS. If the ID and Password is not
accepted, then it will show as “FAIL” and you will
have to re-enter your ID and Password.
Dashboard Setup by Existing Account:
The user can manag and control the mutiful NVRs with single ID and Password by web browser. If the
user wants to control more than 2 NVRs with single ID and PW by web browser, the Dashboard ID and
PW for the NVRs should be same.
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3.5.4.2. Dashboard Starting
To start your Dashboard, you will need to type in:
http://h264viewer.com/dashbord in the browser address bar. After entering , click the enter button and
Welcome To Dashboard page will appear.
To gain access, enter your Username
and Password. Your username/ID and
Password will be same as the one that
you entered when you first registered
on Dashboard Setup page. After it has
been entered, click the Login button for
full access.
3.5.4.3. Dashboard Login
Once you have logged on, the Dashboard will appear and from here, you’ll be able to view your NVR
information. Click the REMOTE WATCH tab and you’ll be able to access your NVR and monitor.
①
②
③
1 Refresh: Updates the list of cameras.
○
② Remote Watch: Access remote viewing from your desired NVR. A Web Viewer will appear and you
can monitor LIVE or do Playback.
③ Video Loss Status: This will show you the camera status and determine whether there is
connection to the NVR.
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3.5.4.4. DVR/NVR Search
In your Dashboard, type in the Network ID of your desired NVR and it directly connect to your NVR’s
webpage.
Network ID: Once you have entered the Network ID for desired NVR, click the GO button. After
clicking the GO button, it will route you to the web page login.
Once you have entered the Login page, you will then need to enter your ID and Password. Once you
have entered your ID and Password, you will then be able to access your NVR’s setting page.
3.5.4.5. Remote Login
Using your Web Viewer, you will be able to Live Monitor and perform playback from your NVR.
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To access your Web Viewer for Live monitoring and Playback, you will need to enter your ID and
Password
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3.5.5. DDNS
You can set the DDNS site for a remote user’s network connection
1) A virtual keyboard will appear for user input.
2) Once the DDNS setup is complete, click OK.
DDNS Setting:
DDNS is a short form of Dynamic Domain Naming Systems. DNS (Domain Name System) is a service
that routes a Domain name consisting of user friendly characters to an IP consisting of numbers
(64.233.189.104).
DDNS (Dynamic DNS) is a service that registers a domain name and the floating IP address with the
DDNS server so that the domain name can be routed to the IP address even if the IP is changed in a
dynamic IP system.
Setting DDNS in the NVR
Set <Port> in the <Port Connection Test> menu of the connected NVR to the following:
Ex) Port:
Port (TCP): 9350-9351
DDNS Site: no-ip.com
DDNS Settings of the Router
Select the corresponding menu for the network transfer protocol of the router.
See the page on the Port / Connection Test for setting the TCP Port.
For example, if the user wants to use no-ip.com DDNS site, the user register important
information (Host name, user name, user password, etc.) to get an approval from the no-ip.com
web site.
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3.5.6. NAT Traversal
This function will allow your NVR and PC to communicate by your router. With NAT Traversal, the
setting of your router will be done automatically. Keep in mind that your router must support NAT
Traversal.
For the router to be set automatically, enter the information by using the keyboard.
3.5.7. FTP File Transfer
This menu allows the user to transfer the FTP file to a specific server when event is triggered. For the
detail information, please refer to the description by click the Help button.
The Help description is as follows;
FTP Server
IP Address/URL – Enter the FTP server IP address or host name.
Port – Enter the port number used by the FTP server. The Default number is 21.
User Name/Password – Provide your log-in information to the desired FTP Server.
Upload Path – Specify the path to the directory where the uploaded files will be stored.
Create Folder – Create a designated folder to save all files.
Base File Name – This name will be used for all of the files saved.
Ex. File name will be “Base File Name_Ch#_yymmdd_hrmmsec.avi”
FTP Transfer Settings
Max File Time Limit – If recording time exceeds POST EVENT time, files will be sent in slice.
Channel – Press the Channel Setup button to select channel(s).
Event – Select between Motion and Sensor.
Warning
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* You MUST set your NVR recording to ON position for FTP file transfer to work.
** Files are uploaded in AVI format.
3.5.8. Email / SNS (Social Network Service)
You can send Email / SNS to registered NVR
users. There are four sub-menus under Email /
SNS: SMTP, Event, Schedule & Recipient.
3.5.8.1. Email /SNS: SMTP
SMTP mail server:
1) Server Type: Displays the connected server
type.
2) Server: Enters a server to connect to.
3) Port: Sets the communication port.
4) User Authentication: Click the check box
next to User Authentication if the SMTP
server requires user authentication. The
account input box will be activated.
5) User: Enter a user to use authentication
when connecting to the SMTP server.
6) Password: Enter the password of the SMTP
server user.
7) Secure Transfer: you can select Never or
TSL/SSL.
8) Sender: Use the virtual keyboard to enter the sender’s email address.
9) TEST: Conducts the test on the server settings.
10) When the SMTP setting is complete, click OK.
3.5.8.2. Email/SNS: Event
You can set the interval and type of event that will be sent to the user. You may select Periodic
Notification and/or Scheduled Notification.
Periodic Notification:
1) Summary Interval: Enable/Check mark the
Summary box to set the event summary
interval time (5 min – 24 hr.) A summary of
events will be sent out on specified interval
time set and one can enable or check mark
the box (Picture Transfer) to receive JPG
attachment of picture.
2) Use Event Transfer: Select an event type to
send if an event occurs. If the selected event
occurs, an e-mail will be sent to the group that
has the recipient authority.
3) Channel Setup: By clicking the Channel Setup
button, you can select desired channels for
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Event.
3.5.8.3. Email / SNS: Schedule
Schedule menu will allow one to set schedule to
receive notification. You may choose email, SNS
or both (Email & SNS). Each notification will have
different color association. You may select
specific channel for notification or simply click
Apply to All CH tab.
3.5.8.4 Email /SNS: Recipient
You can add recipients to the email/SNS service. You can add up 100 recipients maximum.
Click on the ADD button and an Add Recipient window will appear. Select Type, Email or Twitter. If
email is selected, proceed to Name and Email.
By using the virtual keyboard, enter name and email information and click OK.
If Twitter is selected, you will need to type in the Email by using the virtual keyboard and click the
SEND button. After you have sent the email, you will receive a PIN from Twitter which will allow you
access Twitter.
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3.6. Backup Setup
You can check the backup device and set the backup schedule by channel or by time. You can only
backup your data with either a USB Drive or external CD/DVD Writer.
1) Backup Range: Sets the Start and End time for the backup.
2) Overlap: Shows a list of overlapping data on a same time according to the number data. This will
appear when one channel has multiple data on a certain time point due to changing of time or time
zone.
3) Channel: Sets the channel to back up. You can select more than one channel to backup.
4) Device: Select a backup device from the recognized device. Only USB Drive or external CD/DVD
can be used for backup since there is no internal CD/DVD Writer.
5) Type: Sets the backup data format:
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AVI: Saves the CODEC information provided by the NVR with the recording data and saved
data can be played back by using external viewers such as Windows Media Player on a PC.
In this case, the user can playback by one channel.
- H4V: You can backup your file with this format. A self player is included with the backup
recording. In this case, the user can playback with split screen.
6) Folder name: it will be be named as yy/mm/dd automatically.
7) Check Capacity: Shows that size of the selected back up data used and available capacity of the
selected back up device.
8) Remove USB Drive: By clicking this button, a popup window will appear to confirm removal of
USB device.
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When the backup is done, click OK. If no available device is recognized for backup, OK
button is not activated.
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CHAPTER 4: Search Menu
To use search menu, the user may right-click mouse on the live screen to select Search Menu or click
the Search icon on the launcher.
4.1. Time Search
There are 6 options to choose from to retrieve recorded data. You can choose to search one at a time,
multiple at a time or by all. You can click the “All” tab to view all options or you can click individually.
1) Normal: You can search for data that has been manually recorded. Normal is a reference to
when a recording is manually entered by clicking the record button on the NVR.
2) Schedule: You can search for data that has been recorded under the scheduled setting.
3) Motion: You can search for data that has been recorded under motion setting.
4) Alarm: You can search for data that has been recorded under sensor setting.
5) Video Loss: You can search for data that has been recorded under video loss setting.
6) Network: You can search for data that has been recorded under Net Viewer/Network.
To search by calendar, click the calendar icon. A calendar will appear in the middle of the screen.
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You can search for recorded data of a desired time.
1) Select a date to search.
2) Recorded data on that date and time will be listed. The display bar is different according to the
data type so check the data type for the color in the left pane.
3) Using mouse, drag the time bar to the desired search criteria and select the desired channels.
Go to First: Moves to the earliest date.
4)
5) Go to Last: Moves to the most recent date.
6) Time Search: Enter a time to perform the search or use the up/down to select one.
Zoom In ( +): The map enlarges in detail. It will switch in the sequence of 24
hours-18 hours-8 hour-4 hour.
7) Zoom Out (-): The map will switch in the reverse order of the detailed mode above.
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Preview: when selecting the time, the preview image will be shown as a still image. If the
selected channel does not contain any recorded data, it will be marked black.
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.
8) Select a data item and click <Play> icon
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The screen switches to the data playback mode.
9) Bookmark: It will list all of the data that was bookmarked which will allow user to find data with
convenience. When viewing the recorded file/data in playback, simply click the bookmark button
and it will automatically add it to the bookmark page with date and time.
4.2. Event Search
You can search for events by the channel and playback them.
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
Use the mouse or direction buttons to set the
search criteria and Play button.
Click the desired channel(s). The selected
channels will be colored as yellows.
All recorded events on a specific date for the
selected channels will be displayed (Normal
/ Schedule recording included)
Date/Time Preview: If you select a data item
in the list, the still image of the selected data
will be displayed in the left preview pane.
Event: Displays the type of the event that
occurred.
Select a data item and click Play button. The
screen switches to the event data playback
mode.
You can choose event search by calendar by clicking the Calendar icon. Calendar display will appear.
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4.3. Protect
How to retrieve Protected files:
Any recorded files (video/audio) you set as
protected will be stored under this list and will no
longer be available by regular CALENDAR/TIME
search. You can search, playback, backup,
remove files using this menu.
Click SEARCH -> PROTECT.
You will see the file list with recording start Time.
Select a file and click PLAY button. Protect icon
will be displayed on playback screen to notify you
that this is a protected video file.
4.4. Capture
How to retrieve captured image files
Click SEARCH -> CAPTURE.
You will see the list of captured image files.
When clicking the desired channel(s) to be
activated (yellow colored), it will show you
captured date, time and a source channel
(camera) number.
To see the captured image, click on the
Date/Time Preview section. The desired image
will appear on the preview display pane.
To view the image in a normal/enlarged view,
click [Play] at the bottom of screen.
You can choose to delete the captured image by clicking the <Delete> button or if you would like to
backup the captured image, click the <Backup> button.
4.5. POS/ATM Device
You can search for data in the POS device that is connected to the NVR.
1) Click Search -> POS/ATM to set the search
criteria.
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You can enter specific text to refine your
search.
2) Keyword: Use the virtual keyboard to enter a
keyword.
3) Search Criteria:
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Case Sensitive: If selected, search will be
performed case-sensitively.
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Whole Word: If selected, only the exact
matches with the keyword will be found.
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Preview: Select a data item in the list to display
the preview image. Information about the
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image will be displayed on the bottom of the screen.
4) Select a data item and click Play. The screen switches to the POS data playback mode.
The POS/ATM function can be available only to the POS/ATM devices compatible with NVR.
4.6. Video Analysis
You can search for data as a preferred function in a specified preset position.
1) Motion: An object in motion will be detected.
2) Tracking: The camera will track a moving
object.
3) Cross: You can detect a moving object
crossing a specified virtual line in a preset
position.
4) Enter: You can detect a moving object that
newly enters in a specified area, (enter box)
5) Abandon: You can detect an object
abandoned in a specified area.
6) Removal: You can detect an object removed
in a specified area.
The Video Analysis function is only available for IP camera supporting video analysis.
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CHAPTER 5. General Operation
5.1. General Menu
To navigate by using your mouse, right click your mouse anywhere on the screen and you will be
given options to choose from.
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
9)
10)
11)
12)
13)
14)
15)
16)
Screen Mode
Audio On/Off
Freeze
Stop Alarm
Record Start/Stop
Play
Search
Backup
Main Menu
Information
IP Cam INFO
Easy Setup
IP Camera Registration
Shut Down
Hide/Show Launcher
Logout
When a channel is selected, the General Menu options/selections are different than the Mouse Menu
when a channel is not selected.
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
9)
10)
11)
12)
13)
14)
15)
16)
17)
18) Logout
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Full Screen
PTZ Control (PTZ supporting camera)
Zoom In
Audio On/Off
Freeze
Stop Alarm
Record Start/Stop
Play
Search
Backup
Main Menu
Information
IP Cam INFO
Easy Setup
IP Camera Registration
Shut Down
Hide Launcher
5.1 .1 .General Menu: Screen Mode
When selecting Scene Mode, you will be given three (3) options: 4-Slpit, PIP and Auto.
Auto Sequence
If you activate Auto Display Mode (Sequence
Display Mode), live channels (cameras) will be
displayed on the monitor screen in accordance
with your sequence setup.
When Auto Sequence is activated, an auto mode
icon will be shown on the upper right corner of
the screen until you stop this mode.
PIP (Picture in Picture)
To activate PIP Display Mode, select PIP mode.
Main channel is displayed on the full monitor
screen at the same time as one two or three
other channels are displayed in inset window.
To exit from this mode, select the desired screen
mode. To exchange the two images of PIP
screen each other with a mouse, simply drag full
screen to the inset screen, then the two screens
will be exchanged.
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5.1.2. Genral Menu: Audio OFF
You can turn the sound on/off corresponding to the channel in Live Mode.
5.1.3. Gereral Menu: Zoom In
Select Zoom-in and click the selected portion (as
yellow colored) to enlarge. You can use the
direction keys or the mouse to enlarge desired
area. Click enter or double click once the desired
area is confirmed.
! Zoom is only available in Single-Screen Display Live Mode.
In Single Live Mode, grip the yellow box to move to a desired area and click the box to enlarge. It will
enlarge the area x2, x4, x6 and x8 by using mouse wheeling.
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5.1.4. General Menu: Freeze
This is only available in Live Mode and will
temporarily pause Live feeds.
5.1.5. General Menu: Stop Alarm
Stops the alarm output and the event monitoring.
5.1.6. General Menu: Record Start/Stop
Will start and stop Manual recording. However, if
the schedule or event recording is set, even the
user clicks the Record Stop menu, it will not be
applied to the Schedule recording or Event
recording.
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5.1.7. General Menu: Play
You can playback data stored in the HDD. Also
you can playback with quick play for 30sec ~
10min, which is very critical time search.
5.1.8. General Menu: Search
You can perform search for recorded data by
Time, Event, Protect, Capture, POS/ATM and
Video Analysis. Once you click Search from the
General Menu, it will direct you to the Search
Menu.
5.1.9. General Menu: Backup
You can back up the desired data to a connected
device. By clicking the Backup tab from the
General Menu, it will direct you to the Main
Backup Menu.
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5.1.10. General Menu: Main Menu
By clicking the Main Menu on the General Menu,
it will direct you to the Main Menu.
5.1.11. General Menu: Information
This menu will display overall system information.
5.1.12. General Menu: IP Cam INFO
This menu will display your IP camera information.
! For full IP camera information, please refer to
your IP Camera Setup in the Main Menu under
Video Audio.
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5.1.13. General Menu: Easy Setup
This menu will allow you to set your NVR with 10
easy steps.
5.1.14. General Menu: Shut Down
This menu will allow you to completely shut
down your NVR unit. When the user clicks this
menu, a warning message window will appear to
confirm the user to proceed.
5.1.15. General Menu: Hide Launcher
Shows or hides the Launcher
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5.1.16. General Menu: Logout
This menu allows you to logout by clicking the Logout button. A logout window will appear to confirm
you to logout.
5.2. Live Launcher
The Live Launcher menu appears at the bottom of the live screen. Some of the menu buttons will
appear in the Live Launcher, General Menu and Playback Launcher for the convenience of not having
to go back and forth to navigate to the desired action.
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5.2.1. Live Launcher Control Button Description
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4
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8
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9
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10
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1
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Scene Mode
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Zoom In
9
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Printer
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Resume Play
6
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Capture
10
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Freeze
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Record
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Audio
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Alarm Off
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Search
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Backup
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11
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5.3. Playback Launcher
1) Click <Play> Menu in General Menu or on Live launcher. You can select 30sec. 1 min, 5 min, 10
min and critical time playback. Once you select the time, the selected data is played and the play
launcher appears on the screen.
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If there is an existing data, <Play> will start immediately without performing the search
‐ You can play up to 4 channels in real time on a 4 CH NVR.
‐ In a split mode, the real time playback may not be supported, depending on the record quality,
resolution and number of channels. Some frame rates may be supported.
2) Playback Information: Displays the date and time of the current data in the top.
3) Mode Switch: Select a desired play mode or press the [MODE] button to switch the screen mode
to 4-split and Single in that sequence.
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The default channel of the Live Mode is CH1, which can be changed later.
Switches to Live Mode.
4)
5)
Records all channels.
6) Play Time: Displays the time and date of the current video.
7) Play Bar: Displays the time of recorded data in the selected channel for the past 24 hours; the red
gridline indicates the current play time.
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Speed: Supports various speed options of x1, x2(-2), x4 (-4), x8(-8), x16(-16), x32(-32) and
x64(-64).
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Slow: Supports slow speed options of x1/2(-1/2), x1/4(-1/4) and x1/8(-1/8)
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5.3.1. Play Launcher Control Button Description
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2
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7
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1
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2
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4
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11
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Playbar: Displays the time of recorded
data in the selected channel for the past
24 hours
Playback display mode: Allows user to
playback of desired mode.
Return button: Redirects to Search
Menu
Record: Records all channels in Live
Mode.
5
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Audio: Turns off all sound/ Audio off
6
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Printer: Allows you to Print image either
in Live or Playback Mode
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7
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Playback control button: Allows user to
control playback of desired function.
Capture: You can capture video image
either in Playback Mode or Live Mode
Protect: You can protect recorded data
from HDD overwriting.
Backup: Backup your data by using
USB Drive or External HDD
Menu expansion button: Open or hide
menu buttons
5.3.2. Playback (P) and Trap Mode (Pause / FF/ REW / Frame Advance)
Playback Icon: To playback any recorded files,
click ▶ in the Playback control button. ‘▶’. Icon
will be displayed on the right-top of the screen
during the playback. Recorded time will be
displayed in white under current time. To stop
playback and go to live view, Click “Stop” button.
Playback Audio Icon: This icon indicates an
audio for the file being playback.
You can FF, REW and pause during the playback
mode. FF and REW have 6 different speeds.
During the playback, you can watch pictures in
frame by frame mode. To view next or previous I- Frame video still image, press PAUSE button and
or
in pause mode.
press
To watch a certain channel in full screen mode, press a channel number from a remote controller. To
go back to the original playback mode, press the current channel number again. If you use a mouse,
click the selected channel screen to display in full screen. Click the screen again to go back to original
split display mode.
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5.4. PTZ CONTROL
The NVR enables you to adjust the settings of a PTZ camera as well as an ordinary one according to
your preference. The PTZ device can be activated only if a channel in connection with the PTZ camera
is selected.
GETTING STARTED WITH PTZ
The PTZ camera is available only if a channel is selected in the following way:
1) Using the right-click menu in Live Mode
- Right-click any area on the screen to display the context menu and select PTZ control.
2) Using icons on the live screen
- Click the PTZ icon
on the live screen.
USING THE PTZ CAMERA1
You can use one camera to perform all functions of PAN, TILT & ZOOM (PTZ) for monitoring multiple
places and set the preset to your preference in a desired mode.
1) PTZ Direction Button/Wheel: Click to
any given direction you wish to view.
You will be able to view 360 degree.
: You can
2) ZOOM In/Out
use the Zoom function of the PTZ camera for
closer view.
: Adjusts the intensity of radiation incoming to the iris. (this function is only
3) IRIS
available for the cameras supporting iris control function.
: Enables you to adjust the focus manually.
4) FOCUS
5) Preset: the camera can set the position of the preference area.
6) Tour: The camera automatically runs between/among the preset points that you selected.
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7) Scan: The camera moves to the preset points in the specified sequence. If multiple presets are
specified, the PTZ camera will automatically move to all of the preset points one at a time
sequentially. ( Some PTZ model may not support this function)
8) Pattern: Makes the PTZ camera remember and follow the past route. (Some PTZ model may not
support this function)
: You can change the preset numeric value and name, and Tour setting.
9) <Setup-Preset>
10) Delete Preset>
: You can delete the preset and tour position setting.
Before entering the PTZ device control mode, set the Values of the PTZ device in the < PTZ Control
Cam #> menu.
PRESET SETTING
A preset is a set of specific target points of a PTZ camera and up to 128 presets per camera can be
stored.
1) In PTZ Control mode, use the direction buttons to adjust the camera to desired direction. Firstly
set the preset number and then adjust the camera to the desired direction.
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2) And then, select the <Setup-Preset> key
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A virtual keyboard will appear to input the desired name.
3) Save: You can save the preset settings by click OK button in the virtual keyboard.
4) Preset Call: when the users select the stored location number, the camera will move to the
selected location.
: It will delete the selected preset information.
5) Delete>
Depending on the IP cameras, the Tour, Scan
and Pattern setting may not be available in
the NVR.
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TOUR SETTING
Firstly select the Tour menu and click Setup-Preset button
, the Tour setting window will appear.
Tour Number: you can set 1 ~ 8.
Dwell Time: Dwell time of one Preset. (0 ~ 99 sec).
Tour program setting: max. 50 tour set per tour
number can be set.
When the user enters the Tour Setting
window, the user can find the stored
Preset information. And then select the
desired Preset to click Save button, the
tour setting will be completed.
If the user wants to call the desired Tour,
Select the stored number to call. For stop
the tour, click any direction key or Zoom
in / out button.
When the user deletes any preset which is stored in any Tour, that preset will be deleted from preset
list group of Tour but the Tour will run with the remaining presets. And when the user deletes the
Preset #1, and stores the Preset #1 again, the Preset #1 will not be stored automatically. In this case,
the user will set the Tour again.
After selecting the Tour number and click the Delete button, the stored Tour will be deleted.
Pattern/Scan function is not available from the NVR unit.
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Chapter 6. Protect Video/Audio File
6.1. Protect Registration
You can protect important recorded files from HDD overwriting. Register important files to protect list.
How to protect important files from HDD
overwriting?
During the playback of recorded file, you can
transfer current retrieving file to PROTECT LIST.
This file will not be erased while it is under
PROTECT LIST, which is a safe space on your
HDD. With a mouse, right click to pop main menu
window. Click PROTECT button. Click YES on the
PROTECT LIST REGISTER window.
IMPORTANT:
1) You can register up to 5 files per each HDD in your NVR under the PROTECT LIST
2) You cannot register the file still in recording. You must finish recording to register this
file to PROTECT LIST.
6.2. Playback and Remove Protected File
You can manage protected files separately from regular recorded files (clips) stored in HDD.
How to search and playback protected files?
- Press SEARCH button and select PROTECT
LIST.
- It will show start time.
- Click (ENTER) to select the file, and press - PLAY button to playback.
Using a mouse, click SEARCH ->PROTECT.
How to delete protected files?
To remove old files from PROTECT LIST, go to
PROTECT LIST menu. Select file(s) you want to
remove.
Click DELETE and YES to remove it permanently.
IMPORTANT: If you click YES, the file will be erased from HDD permanently and will not be
recovered.
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6.3. Protected File Backup
Protected files are very important and are valuable evidences for any incidents. You can make a copy
of protected files on to USB memory same as the ordinary backup function of your NVR.
How to backup protected files?
1) Go to PROTECT LIST menu.
2) Select a file to backup
3) Press Backup button. Then, choose External
HDD or USB backup.
4) Insert a USB memory stick to USB port
5) You DO NOT have to select the
starting/ending time for backup. It will be
automatically detected when you select a file
for a backup.
6) Select the channel(s), format type, and press
OK. You will see the file size for which to be
backed up.
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Chapter 7. Capture Video Still Image
7.1. Still Image Capture
You can capture and save up to 100 still images and retrieve, delete, or back them up easily. You can
capture videos instantly using a mouse or remote control.
How to capture video images?
During playback mode (including FF, REW and Pause) or live display, you can capture current video
image using a mouse or remote control.
Mouse: Click Capture (camera icon) button at the Launcher.
Remote controller: Press Capture button.
When you click capture button, NVR stores all channels immediately into temporal buffer.
Once you click capture, you will see a channel select menu to select channels to save into HDD.
Using direction keys or a mouse, you can designate which channels to save.
After selecting all desirable channels, press OK button to store pictures into HDD.
7.2. View Captured Image
The NVR keeps and manages captured files separately from other video files stored in HDD. You can
view them at any time unless you remove them from CAPTURE LIST. You can store up to 100
captured images in master HDD.
How to view captured images?
Click SEARCH Menu -> CAPTURE
Select a file and click the Play button. A Capture
icon will appear on the top left corner in the
playback screen.
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7.3. Remove Captured Image
You can save up to 100 captured images into our HDD. You should erase some saved images to save
new captured images.
How to remove captured image files?
IMPORTANT: If there are 100 captured images in
your HDD and you try to capture new video
images, the oldest image will be erased
automatically to save new images. To protect
your captured images, please maintain your
captured images not to exceed 100 images.
To erase image files from CAPTURE LIST, press
SEARCH -> CAPTURE. Select a file to remove.
Press DELETE button at the bottom.
7.4. Backup Captured Image
Captured image files are very important and are valuable evidences for any incidents. You can make a
copy of captured files into a USB memory stick.
How to backup captured image files?
Press SEARCH -> CAPTURE LIST menu. Select a file to backup from captured file list.
Insert a USB memory stick to a USB port of NVR. Press BACKUP button.
When the backup is completed, BACKUP COMPLETED message will be appeared on the screen.
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Chapter 8. Web Viewer – Connection via Internet Explorer
8.1. System Requirement
- Pentium 4 or above recommended
- O/S: Microsoft Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7
- 2GB RAM or above recommended
- Super VGA 512M or above (1GB recommended)
- 10/100 Base T network card for LAN operation
8.1.1. Network Environment
Recommend
Client PC
More than 3 Mbps
NVR
More than 3 Mbps
8.2. Web Viewer – Getting Started
8.2.1. Connect NVR via Web Browser using Direct IP.
1) Open your internet browser.
2) Type your NVR’s IP address in your internet
browser (ex: http://192.168.0.30). You will be
directed to screen as left.
3) At the log in page, type your network ID and
password and click Login button.
Then you will be directed to the Web Viewer
main screen. Default setting is ID: admin /
PASSWORD: admin
4) After you have entered your ID and Password, there will be JAVA initializing stage
1. Before running your Web viewer, JAVA will need to initialize. Following a brief initializing, a Security
Warning window will appear
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2. Security Warning will ask you if you accept to run the application. Click on the box indicating that
you accept the risk and want to run this application and click the RUN button.
8.2.2. General Web Viewer Operation
When you connect to your NVR, you will see a screen as below.
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Connect/Disconnect Button: Connect to NVR which is designated in Login pop-up window. To
disconnect or connect to other NVRs please click this button again.
Search Button: You will be able to search for data by calendar search.
Setup Button: Will allow you to setup you own personal NVR configuration
Channel Selection Button: You can choose any channel to display in full screen display mode
Multi Screen Button: You can set display mode in Full (1CH), 4CH(or 8CH or 16CH for specific
model)
Print Button: You will be able to print selected channel.
Previous Button: It will allow you to go back to previous channel or set of split mode
channels/multi screen mode.
Next Button: It will take you to the next channel or set of split mode channels/multi screen
mode.
Zoom Button: It will allow you to Zoom IN once a channel is selected. You many select how
much and where to Zoom IN.
Resolution Button: Able to select resolution and adjustments can only be done in single
channel mode.
Record Button: Allows you to enable recording on your NVR. Press it again and will disable
recording.
PTZ Control Button: You will be able to control your PTZ camera that’s connected to the NVR.
Playback Control Buttons: Rewind, Play, Fast Forward & Stop
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8.2.3. Calendar and Time Search Button:
You can search data from Calendar Search or by
Time Search. Click on the Search button
at the menu bar.
Once you have clicked the Search button, a
Calendar Search will appear. The dates that are
marked in red color indicates that there are data on
that date. To search for data on a specific date, click
the date and click the OK button.
A time chart with camera (CH) will appear. It will show you all the data recorded on a specific channel
in the 24 hour period. Double click the desired time for the channel. Remote live screen will appear.
If you choose to search for data on a specific date and time, simple click the date (in red) and enable
the Time Search located at bottom left corner. After it is enabled, select a time that you would like to
view the data. After the time is selected, click the OK button. Then the remote live screen will appear.
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8.2.4. PTZ Control
You will be able to control your PTZ camera that’s connected to your NVR. Keep in mind that PTZ
control function can only be performed in LIVE mode. First select a specific channel to control the PTZ
camera, then simply click on the PTZ icon/button on the menu bar. Once you have selected a channel
and the PTZ button, a PTZ control window will appear on the screen. At the top of the PTZ control, it
will show you which channel is selected to control the PTZ.
8.2.5. Connect to NVR via Web Browser using URL
1) Make sure your NVR network setup is
completed. Registering your Network ID and
Password is not required to connect to NVR
via web browser.
2) However Network & Password is required
to use http://www.h264viewer.com. After
entering ID & PW then you will see the screen
as right.
3) After click Connect button, type Network ID
and Password then click OK button. DO NOT
type IP to use DDVRLS server.
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Chapter 9. Web Viewer – Setup/Web Configuration
9.1. Web Configuration
You can remotely control and manage the NVR from your Internet. We strongly recommend not using
this function in normal operation. If you change the configuration of the NVR to a wrong value, the
NVR may not work properly and can cause unexpected problems. This feature is for professional
administrator who manages it from remote site.
To control the NVR remotely, simply type in the
NVR IP address in the Internet browser. Once
you have entered the IP address, a Login
window will appear. To gain access, you will
need your ID and Password.
You will be given two options/functions under
Connect Mode: Web Viewer and Setup. To
view, simply click the LOGIN button. To
configure the NVR, click the down arrow button
in the Connect Mode to Setup (See two
images above).
9.1.1. Video/Audio
9.1.1.1. Camera
1) VIDEO: You may select the video ON, OFF,
COVERT 1 or COVERT 2.
2) AUDIO: You may select the audio ON or
OFF position.
3) TITLE/CH NAME: Create your own
name/title for each camera. If you skip this
setup, camera # will be displayed on the
screen.
** For detailed information, please refer to
the Main Menu under Video/Audio
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9.1.1.2. IP Camera Registration
You may register/add IP Cameras. Simply by
clicking the ADD button, it will automatically
add the IP Camera.
** For detailed information, please refer to
the Main Menu under Video/Audio
9.1.1.3. IP Camera Setup
You will be able to setup your IP camera and
select from six different setup menus.
1. Profile
2. Resolution
3. FPS
4. Quality
5. GOP
6. Web Page (Link)
** For detailed information, please refer to
the Main Menu under Video/Audio
To setup your IP camera, click the Link button.
Then you can access to the camera web page.
When using router, the user should set the
network setting properly including portforwarding for the NVR. (Ex. Starting Port # is
50000.)
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9.1.1.4. Monitor
You may adjust the resolution of main video
output.
** For detailed information, please refer to
the Main Menu under Video/Audio
9.1.1.5. Sequence/Event Display
The NVR can display each live video channel
in full screen (or a group of channels) in
sequence mode. Select the interval, channel,
setup and duration.
** For detailed information, please refer to
the Main Menu under Video/Audio
9.1.1.6. OSD/Display Position
You can configure each parameter for on-screen-display.
** For detailed information, please refer to
the Main Menu under Video/Audio
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9.1.2. RECORD
You can set all parameters related to recording for each camera independently.
9.1.2.1. Policy
NVR can record a live video by manual, schedule, event (motion detection and/or external sensor) and
by network user’s command. You can set the recording policy for each camera independently.
** For detailed information, please refer to
the Main Menu under Record
9.1.2.2. Recording Quality
NVR can set the recording quality for normal
and event condition. Therefore, the user can
set the recording quality with low resolution for
normal condition and high resolution for event
condition.
** For detailed information, please refer to
the Main Menu under Record
9.1.2.3. Schedule
1) CAMERA
Select channel for schedule recording.
2) SELECT DAY [SUN – SAT/Holiday]
Select the desired day for schedule
recording.
3) TIME
Move the cursor to desired time and click to
set it highlighted. Press click again to change
schedule recording option by color.
You can set different recording schedule and
type for each camera (channel) or you can
apply current schedule setting to all other
cameras by click APPLY TO ALL CH button.
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** For detailed information, please refer to the Main Menu under Record
9.1.2.4. Holiday
You can set specific dates to Holidays according
to your preferences. Holidays are applied to
<Record Schedule> and < Alarm Schedule> as
well.
** For detailed information, please refer to the
Main Menu under Record.
9.1.2.5. Event Record Duration
You can set the beginning and ending point of a
recording on an event.
- Pre Event
- Post Event
** For detailed information, please refer to the
Main Menu under Record
9.1.2.6. Record Option
You can enable/disable HDD overwriting feature.
** For detailed information, please refer to the
Main Menu under Record
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9.1.3. Device
You can configure the peripherals in your NVR such as PTZ control and printer
9.1.3.1. Sensor Detection
Select the right type of your external sensors
connected to the NVR. There are two different
types of sensors, (N.O. - Normal Open and N.C. Normal Close). Press APPLY button to change
and select the sensor type.
** For detailed information, please refer to the
Main Menu under Device
9.1.3.2. Video Loss Detection
Video Loss Detection: Select ON or OFF for each
channel.
** For detailed information, please refer to the
Main Menu under Device
9.1.3.3. Alarm Schedule
You can set the conditions and operating hours
for scheduled alarms.
** For detailed information, please refer to the
Main Menu under Device
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9.1.3.4. PTZ
NVR supports PAN, TILT, ZOOM and FOCUS
control for PTZF cameras or servers. It has
RS485 port to connect to PTZ camera and
supports most industrial common protocols.
** For detailed information, please refer to the
Main Menu under Device
9.1.3.5. System Controller
You can set the RS-485 communicator for use of
PTZ with the NVR. You can set the values of
each communication setup of the remote device.
** For detailed information, please refer to the
Main Menu under Device
9.1.3.6. Storage
This feature will display your storage (HDD)
status.
** For detailed information, please refer to the
Main Menu under Device
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9.1.4. System
The menu will help you to configure DVR for basic operation.
9.1.4.1. Date/Time
You can set up the current date and time
manually.
** For detailed information, please refer to the
Main Menu under System
9.1.4.2. Time Synchronization Setup
Auto Time Set (Time Sync.): By clicking the Time
Sync. Setup button, you’ll able to automatically
set up time.
** For detailed information, please refer to the
Main Menu under System
9.1.4.3. Signal/Language
NVR supports up to 48 different languages.
Select your preferred languages.
Video Signal: Select your video signal format type,
NTSC or PAL.
** For detailed information, please refer to the
Main Menu under System
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9.1.4.4. Config
This menu allows the user to reboot the NVR
system remotely. For NVR rebooting, it will take
about 2 minutes.
9.1.4.4. System Information
This menu will display overall system information
9.1.4.5. Authorization Management
You can set permissions of each user over the
NVR’s specific function and settings.
** For detailed information, please refer to the
Main Menu under System
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9.1.4.5.1. Authorization Management: Admin
1) Under Permission Management Admin, you
can change Admin ID and Password. By clicking
on the ID, a virtual keyboard will appear to type in
ID. This also applies to Password and Confirm
PW. Once you have entered your ID and PW,
click OK.
2) By default, the ID and Password are set to
“admin” and “admin”
** For detailed information, please refer to the
Main Menu under System
9.1.4.5.2. Authorization Management: Group
1) Select Group and window for Add, Delete,
Rename and Group Authority setup appears.
2) Click to a desired item and set the value.
** For detailed information, please refer to the
Main Menu under System
9.1.4.5.3. Authorization Management: User
1) When selecting Add from the window, a
window for “Add User” will appear. You can
configure the Network Viewer setting
including Name, ID, Select Group and
Password. Result of the user setup appears
in the User window. To change the use
property, use “Edit User”. The “Edit User”
window appears when you select a desired
item to be changed in the User window.
2) When the user setup is complete, click <OK>.
! Users can be added only if a Group has been already established.
** For detailed information, please refer to the Main Menu under System
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9.1.4.4.4. Authorization Management: Setup
You can set restricted access for all general
users. Items with restrictions will require logging
in for use
** For detailed information, please refer to the
Main Menu under System
9.1.5. Network
With this menu, you can setup the network for NVR. Before starting this setup, the NVR must be
connected to the router by LAN cable. Also, please make sure that internet is working properly.
9.1.5.1. Connection
You can set the network connection route and
protocol.
** For detailed information, please refer to the
Main Menu under Network
9.1.5.2. Port
1) Port (TCP): Initially, 9350-9351 is set.
TCP: It has better stability and lower speed
when compared to UDP and recommended
for internet environments.
2) Web Viewer Port: Enter the port number
for the Web Viewer. Initially, it is set to 80.
3) When the protocol setup is complete, click
OK.
** For detailed information, please refer to the
Main Menu under Network.
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9.1.5.3. ID & Password
You can set the network ID and Password for
DDVRLS access, and for Dashboard connection.
** For detailed information, please refer to the
Main Menu under Network
9.1.5.4. DDNS
You can set the DDNS site for a remote user’s
network connection.
** For detailed information, please refer to the
Main Menu under Network
9.1.5.5. FTP File Transfer
You can set and transfer the FTP File to a
specific server.
** For detailed information, please refer to the
Main Menu under Network
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9.1.5.6. Email/SNS
Receive event notifications by either Email or
SNS (Social Networking Service)
** For detailed information, please refer to the
Main Menu under Network
9.1.5.6.1 Email/SNS: SMTP
You can send e-mail to a registered NVR user at
a specific time interval or if an event occurs.
** For detailed information, please refer to the
Main Menu under Network
9.1.5.6.2. Email/SNS: Event
You can set the interval and type of event that
will be sent to the user.
** For detailed information, please refer to the
Main Menu under Network
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9.1.5.6.3. Email/SNS: Schedule
Schedule menu will allow one to set schedule to
receive notification. You may choose email, SNS
or both (Email & SNS). Each notification will have
different color association. You may select
specific channel for notification or simply click
Apply to All CH tab.
** For detailed information, please refer to the
Main Menu under Network
9.1.5.6.4. Email/SNS: Recipient
You can add a user to the mailing service. Click
the User Add button and Add recipient window
will appear in the middle of the screen.
Enter recipient’s name and email address and
click OK.
** For detailed information, please refer to the
Main Menu under Network
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PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
8 CH (NVR8P)
CATEGORY
IP
Camera
Input
Monitor
Output
Input
8 x RJ45
Embedded PoE Switch
IEEE 802.3af/at
Resolution
VGA/720p/960p/1080p/1536p
ONVIF Support
Specification 2.3
HD Video Output
VGA, HDMI
Main Video Resolution
Up to 1920x1080p
Screen Split Mode
1/4/6/8/9
PIP and Zoom
Yes
Audio Output
1 x RCA
16 CH (NVR16P)
16 x RJ45
1/4/6/8/9/13/16
Mode
Simultaneous Live, Recording, Playback, Backup, Network
Mobile phone support
App for Android and iOS
Recording
Frame Rate
Adjustable frame rate for each camera
Recording Ways
Manual, Schedule, Event (motion, sensor), Network driven
Recording FPS
Max 240 FPS
Protect Video / Audio File
Protect Video / Audio from HDD Overwrite
Still Image Capture
Live or Playback Image Local Capture and Backup for legal
evidence
Internal Hard Drive
SATA, Up to 5 x HDDs
External Hard Drive
E-Sata
Max 480 FPS
Remote View and Control via Gigabit Ethernet
Dynamic / Static / Zero Config Support
Remote Monitoring / Control
Web Viewer and ATVision IP
NAT Traversal Support
Dual Streaming for Live and Recording
E-Map support
Playback Screen Mode
1/4/9/13
Search Mode
Date/Time, Calendar, Event, Motion, Protect, Capture, VCA,
Text
External Sensor Input
8CH NC / NO
Alarm Output
Buzzer, OSD, 4 x Relay
Playback
Alarm
Control
1/4/9/13/16
16CH NC / NO
2x USB 2.0 Flash Memory
Data Backup
Others
AVI Format for Easy Viewing,
Authentication
Private Format for Image
Video Content Analysis
Yes (with specific cameras)
POS / ATM
Yes (with VSI/VSSI-Pro)
NTP Server / Client
Yes
System Keyboard
Support
Printer
USB or Network Printer
Control
Buttons, IR Remote Control, USB Mouse, Client software
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CATEGORY
Event Log & Pre-Alarm Record
8 CH (NVR8P)
System/Event Log
Motion/Sensor
management,
16 CH (NVR16P)
Pre-recording
Auto Deletion
Setup Recording Duration Per Channel
Languages
48 Languages Support
Power Source
100 ~ 240 V AC ±10%, 50/60 Hz, Auto ranging
Power Adapter
DC 48V / 3.1A
Power Consumption
Max. 140W
Operating Temperature
0°C ~ +45°C (+36°F ~ +114°F)
Operating Humidity
0%RH ~ 90%RH
Weight(Main unit)
5.5kg without HDD
Weight(Packing)
7kg without HDD
Dimensions (Main unit)
435 x 350 x 85 mm (17 x 14 x 3.5 inch)
Dimensions (Packing)
550 x 420 x 210mm(21.6 x 16.5 x 8.3 inch)
Certification
FCC, CE, NOM
Notice:
The information in this manual was current when published. The manufacturer reserves the
right to revise and improve its products. All specifications are therefore subject to change
without notice.
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INSTALLING SYSTEM KEYBOARD WITH STANDALONE NVR SERIES
When user wants to connect with NVR, proceed as the following order.
1. Connect RS232 cable between RS-232 Port of NVR and RS232 of the Keyboard.
(This connection enables NVR control remotely from KBD controller)
2. How to setup the KBD controller.
A. Turn the Keyboard ON
B. Input password (Factory setting is 9999)
C. Open the menu of the KBD controller by pressing CTRL + MENU Key.
D. Set as below in Network menu.
Set Baud Rate
RS232
Com Ports
: 9600(2400~38400)
RS232
:
DVR1
3. How to setup NVR
RS232
Baud Rate
Parity
Data
Stop
9600(2400~38400)
None
8
1
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KBD controller Keys for NVR [DVR1]
Function
Key Label
Descriptions
Id Selection
DVR ID Selection. (e.g.:1 or 2 + DVR).
MENU
Enter the Quick Setup screen. You will need to enter
the administrator password to access the Quick Setup.
Pressing the button also closes the current menu or
setup dialog box.
MACRO
Record
Record on and off.
Rewind
Play video backward at high speed. Pressing the button
again toggles the playback speed from
x2 and x64
Reverse Play
No operation
Play/Pause
Live : Search
PB : toggles Play / Pause playing
Fast Forward
Play video forward at high speed. Pressing the button
again toggles the playback speed from x2
and x64
STOP
During Playback mode, this returns the NVR to the Live
mode.
Pause
No operation
Full Screen
Spot output
No. +
Spot No. +
+
Displays selected camera in the full-Screen Mode and
enter the numbers in the login menu.
Toggle on and off sequence mode of the selected spot
output. Displays selected camera as spot output of the
current NVR
Display Mode
Toggle between different display formats
Sequence
When in the live mode, pressing the SEQUENCE button
displays another full live channel sequentially.
Freeze
Freeze the current live screen.
Zoom
PTZ
ZOOM
PTZ
Zoom the selected live channel..
Enter PTZ control mode the selected live channel..
Alarm
First, it will reset the DVR’s outputs including the internal
buzzer during an alarm. Second, it will release the live
monitoring mode unless there is an active alarm.
Enter
Select a highlighted item or completes an entry that you
have made.
Cursor
movement
Up / Down / Left / Right control in the digital zoom and
SET UP mode.
+ Joystick
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Shuttle
The Shuttle Ring operates in the Playback mode only.
Turning the ring clockwise plays video forward. Turning
the ring counterclockwise plays video backward.
Jog
The Jog Dial operates only when playback video has
been paused. By turning the jog dial clockwise, you can
play video forward image-by-image.
Keyboard Setup- For USB
To setup the keyboard controllers, the user needs to setup the network, passwords and perform
special tasks such as Uploading and Downloading programmed data from the dome cameras. To
enter the Keyboard menu, press and hold CTRL and press MENU expressed as CTRL + MENU in the
manual. You will see the following menu.
Please select 2. Network from the Main Menu
Network
1. Baud Rate
2. Com Ports
3. USB
4. MUX Config
5. Set Slave KBD
Save and exit
Enters the Baud Rate setup submenu.
Enters the Communications Ports setup submenu.
USB Mode Enable/Disable
Set the multiplexer configuration.
Select to use the slave keyboard or not.
Save the changed settings and return to the previous menu
Then select 3. USB and then select the USB to ON position
USB
Menu
Status
ON
USB
OFF
Configuration
Client Keyboard : Only USB Port(The other ports and slave keyboards
are not supported)
General Keyboard : Dome1/Dome2/RS232(The USB port is not
supported)
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KBD Controller Keys in USB (DVR/NVR-LIVE)
Key Label
Descriptions
Function
Enter the Quick Setup screen. You will need to enter the
Macro
administrator password to access the Quick Setup.
Menu
Pressing the button also closes the current menu or setup
dialog box.
Display Mode
Change the display mode to different split screen.
PTZ
Control PTZ camera(s) connected to your DVR/NVR.
Select a highlighted item or completes an entry that you
have made
Displays selected camera in the full-Screen Mode and enter
the numbers in the login menu.
From Live display, select the desired channel and click the
Zoom In button to activate the Zoom Mode.
From Live Display, click the FRE button to activate the
Freeze Mode.
When in the Live Mode, clicking the SEQ button will display
another full live channel sequentially.
Enter
Full Screen and
Input Number
No.+
Zoom
Freeze
Auto Sequence
Mode
Alarm
Will turn off the alarm
Record
Toggle will start and stop the recording operation
Joystick
Zoom control (proportional to position). Tilt control, Cursor
Up/Down in the menu, Pan control, Cursor Left/Right or
Page scroll in the menu.
POS Configuration
When the POS device transmits ASCII data, the NVR can record without any interface devices. (ex.,
AVE device – VSSI Pro) However if the POS device is sending data other than ASCII protocol, it is
recommended to use the AVE interface device.
For example, the AVE’s VSSI –PRO device is point to point, (ASCII standard protocol) but if the user
would like to use multiple POS with the NVR, it is needed to use AVE’s VSI –PRO Max (VSI-ADD)
interface. Further details, please refer to the VSI-Pro Max Networking as below and AVE’s manual.
Point to Point POS configuration using ASCII protocol
IP camera
RS232
NVR
Typical Configuration using AVE interface device for multi-POS
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Monitor
Black: Video from the camera goes to NVR.
Red: Data from each VSI-PRO-MAX is daisy chained to a master VSI-PRO-MAX or Hydra, this data is
then consolidated and transmitted to a compatible NVR in an addressable format.
Optional: The optional EX function gives you 2 hard alarm outputs to trigger alarming VCR’s, Quads,
or other alarming devices for Exception reporting allowing easy review of exceptional sales, or Instant
reviewing on NVR’s.
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VSI-Pro Max Networking
The VSI-Pro Max as a slave allows the connection of multiple cash register terminals to a master unit
for the purpose of transaction logging.
You can connect the NVR with POS or Keyboard
through the RS232. With POS systems, the NVR
can communicate through RS232 and network.
For the POS system, the NVR can integrate the
text content and even search the record through
the info. The series NVR also support network
keyboard operation. You can operate the NVR
from the keyboard controls instead of using the
control pad on the front of the unit.
To connect a Network Keyboard to the NVR:
1. Assemble the keyboard according to the instructions in its accompanying installation manual.
2. Connect the keyboard into the RS232 ports on the NVR or through network.
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ATM Configuration
Typical configuration with AVE interface device
This is a basic system drawing for the ATM to video interface using AVE device.
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NVR Setup for POS/ATM
Right click on the live screen to select Main Menu > Device menu > POS/ATM Device section. For
point to point connection, click the check box of POS/ATM USE at the bottom and select VSI-Pro
(ASCII). “All POS/ATM data will be lost” message will appear to ask if you wish to continue. Click OK.
For multi-POS/ATM connection, select the VSI-Pro Max(VSI-ADD). Select the camera channel on
which the text coming from POS/ATM will be overlay and click the Video Text overlay. Click OK.
A POS/ATM popup message will appear to ask if you wish to continue. Click OK to finish the
POS/ATM setting.
When POS/ATM sends the data, you can find data overlay on the live screen. The POS/ATM text icon
is also shown on the screen indicating the text recording.
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POS/ATM Data Search
Right click on the live screen to select Search > POS/ATM and enter POS/ATM Search.
Select the desired date and time and click Search button.
Text recording data list will appear along with thumbnail image. Click the desired number and click
Play button. The overlay text data will be retrieved on the recorded video image. The user can also
search data and image by keyword within the desired date/time range.
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NETWORK TROUBLESHOOTING
You must set your network environment properly to use remote control software (Net Viewer or Web
Viewer).
1.Ping Test through your Router
Ping is a command-line tool used to check whether another computer is reachable from your own.
You can use the command either from the Windows Command Prompt or from a Linux terminal. The
following shows the sample output under Windows: Type “ping NVR IP address” (e.g. ping
192.168.0.26). If NVR and your computer are in same intranet (LAN) and are connected each other
through router, you will see successful ping test.
If you get time out message at ping test, you should fix this problem before going to next step.
• Check if NVR and computer are in same intranet.
• Check if there are other computers or devices that have same IP address in same
intranet.
• Check if IP address, subnet mask and gateway address are correct.
2. Direct ping test without Router
You can do ping test simply with direct connection between PC and NVR. If it fails, please check
your intranet (LAN) configuration.
•
Connect PC and NVR using Crossover LAN cable (usually orange color).
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Set IP address, Subnet mask, and Gateway address of your PC
- Open Network Connections
- Select Properties of Local Area Connection
- Select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)
- Select Properties
- Click on Use the following IP address
- Type in Subnet mask and Gateway address of NVR into
these fields.
- Type in IP address like example.
•
Do ping test again.
With the test result, you can figure out whether the setup has been successful or not.
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TERMS / ICONS GLOSSARY
Composite Video - A format of an analog television (picture only) signal before it is combined with a
sound signal.
DHCP - Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol. A network application protocol used by devices to
obtain configuration into for operation in an internet protocol network. Also a source of IP addresses.
DSL - Internet connection that can be used at the same time and on the same telephone line with a
regular telephone.
Dynamic IP Address - IP address used when a computer's IP address is assigned automatically and
can change.
Fps - Frames per second.
H.264 - The latest block-oriented motion-compensation-based codec standard for video compression.
IP- Internet Protocol. A set of rules used for communicating data across a packet-switched
internetwork) for communication between its nodes
IP Address - Internet Protocol Address. A numerical identification and logical address that is
assigned to devices participating in a computer network utilizing Internet Protocol (IP).
LAN - Local area network. A computer area that is limited to a particular space or area.
NTSC - The analog television system that is used in most of the Americas, Japan, South Korea,
Taiwan, Burma, and some Pacific island nations and territories. Also the name of U.S.
standardization body that adopted the National Television System Committee broadcast standard.
PAL - Phase Alternating Line. An analogue television encoding system set in broadcast television
systems in large parts of the world..
PIP - Picture in Picture.
PPP - Point-to-Point Protocol. A data link protocol commonly used to establish a direct connection
between two networking nodes. It can provide connection authentication, transmission encryption
privacy, and compression.
PPPoE - Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet. A network protocol for encapsulating Point-to-Point
Protocol frames inside Ethernet frames.
PTZF - Pan, tilt, zoom, focus.
S-Video - Analog video signal that carries the video data as two separate signals: luminance &
chroma. S-Video carries standard definition video but does not carry audio on the same cable.
Spot Monitor - Allows putting of cameras' views in sequence of however order.
Static IP Address - IP address used when a computer is configured to use the same IP address each
time it powers up.
VGA - Video Graphics Array. The lowest common denominator that all PC graphics hardware
supports. Allows the computer to project onto the monitor
WAN - Wide area network. A computer area that covers a broad area.
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NVR Icon Reference
REGULAR RECORDING Icon
indicates manual recording is set
PTZ SET - Icon indicates PTZ function
is available
SCHEDULE RECORDING Icon
indicates recording is set to record
according to schedule
EVENT RECORDING Icon indicates
that Event Recording has been
activated
SENSOR EVENT (ALARM IN)-Icon
indicates Sensor Event (Alarm In) has
been activated
AUTO SEQUENCE-Displays
channels in sequential order
LOG ON- Indicates you are already
logged on
NO DISK-There are no HDDs
installed
AUDIO ONcurrently on
Indicates
audio
is
DISK FULL-HDD storage is full and
will not record
AUDIO OFF- Indicates
currently turned off
audio
is
DISK ERROR- There is an error on
HDDs.
FREEZE-Icon indicates Live image is
in freeze mode
PTZ- Icon indicates that PTZ function
has been activated
EVENT MONITORING- When an
event has occurred, the icon will
display on the screen
TWO WAY AUDIO-Allows two way
communication from your PC to
camera.
RECORDING- DVR/NVR is
in recording mode
POS TEXT ON
ZOOM-IN- Allows user to enlarge
specific area of the video
CAPTURE-Allows to capture image in
Live or Playback mode
MOTION EVENT- Icon indicates that
an event has taken place and is
recording
PROCESSING BACKUPcurrently being backed up
PROTECT-It protects recorded data
from HDD overwriting.
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Data
is
8 /16 Channel (PoE)
Network Video Recorder
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