Stand-Alone 4 Ch Real Time Record Mobile DVR

Stand-Alone
4 Ch Real Time Record Mobile DVR
User Manual (460CF/460CFS-V2)
Please read this user manual completely before operating this DVR system and keep it in
a safe place for future reference.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Table of Contents …………………………………………………………….…….…… 1
Introduction …………………………………………………………………….….…….. 2
Important Safety Information …………………………………………………..……… 2
Unpacking Your System …………………………………………………….….……… 3
Control Panel and Function ………………………………………….…….…….……. 5
Installation ………………………………………………………………………..……… 8
Before Operation …………………………………………………………………..…… 11
Operation ……………………………………………………………………………..…. 12
OSD (On Screen Display) Menu Setting Operation Process ……………..…….. 13
Key and function for operation ………………………………………….……...…… 13
Screen Instruction ……………………………………………………….……...…… 15
OSD Setting Operation …………………………………………………………...…. 16
Camera Setup Operation …….…………………….………………………….…. 16
Date / Time / Daylight Saving Time Setting ……….....……………………….… 20
HDD Setup …...………………………………………….….………….……….…. 21
Record Setup …………..…….…………………….……………….….……….…. 22
Backup Setup……... …………………………………………………………….… 25
TCP/IP Setup………….. ………………………………………………………….. 25
Peripheral Setup ……………..……….………………………………….……….. 26
System Setup …………. …...…………………………………………………….. 30
Key Lock Setup ………………………….....…………………………….………. 34
Playback Record Data ……..…..…………………………………………….………… 35
PTZ Camera Setting and Control ………………………………………….…………. 37
Sensor Recorder Function Operation (for 460CFS)…….…………..…….………… 39
PC Player Software Operation ……………………………………………………….. 42
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INTRODUCTION
Thank you for purchasing our unique Mobile DVR system. To ensure that you optimize
the full capabilities of this product, please read this user’s manual before proceeding. Be
sure to keep this manual for future reference in case any problems or questions should
arise. We hope you enjoy your new Mobile DVR system.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
When using your Mobile DVR equipment, basic safety precautions should always be
followed to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock and personal injury. Please read the
followings before using your equipment:
1. Read and follow all instructions carefully.
2. Follow all warnings and instructions on the product.
3. Unplug the product from the power outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid
cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning.
4. Do not use this product near water.
5. Do not place this product on an unstable cart, stand or table.
6. Do not allow anything to rest on the power cords. Do not place this product in a
location where the cords can be stepped on or where someone can trip over
them.
7. Do not use this product near an area where there is a potential of gas leaks or
near any explosive fumes.
8. Do not place this product near or over a radiator or any other heat source.
9. Use ONLY the power cord supplied with the system.
10. Do not overload the wall outlet or power cord where the power cord is
installed. This can result in fire or electric shock.
11. This equipment is to be opened by ONLY a qualified serviceperson. There are
no user serviceable parts inside. Opening this equipment may expose you to
dangerous voltage and other risks. Incorrect re-assembly of this equipment may
result in electric shock.
12. Avoid spilling liquid on this equipment and do not insert any objects through the
ventilation slots.
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UNPACKING YOUR SYSTEM
Your DVR system will include the followings:
1 x DVR unit
2 x Iron piece for fixing DVR
1 x Fuse
1 x DC connector
1 x DC power cord
1 x Key on/Key start cord
2 x Cover for Key on/Key start wire
1 x RCA A/V connector
1 x A/V Input connector
1 x IR Remote Control
1 x User’s Manual
Extra accessories for 460CFS
1 x Sensor signal box
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1 x GPS antenna
1 x USB cable for recorded data
download
Optional Accessories
CF Card
Car rear view camera
Car rear view camera
CCD color dome camera
Shatter proof CCD color dome camera
Vandal–proof CCD color dome
camera with IR
Vandal–proof CCD color dome
camera
External signal box
Tracking box
Signal I/O Box
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CONTROL PANEL AND FUNCTION
GDV-460CF
Front Panel
1. CF card slot
2. IR remote control receiver
3. Power indicator
4. Record indicator
Rear panel
5. DC power input socket
6. Power On/Off switch
7. RS-232 port(for sensor recorder/LAN box)
8. Video/Audio input socket
9. Video output terminal
10. Audio output terminal
11. Signal I/O terminal (for alarm PTZ control)
12. External signal box connecting socket
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GDV-460CFS
Front Panel
1. Load indicator
2. GPS indicator
3. GPS data download port
4. CF card slot
5. Push download button
6. IR remote control receiver
7. Power indicator
8. Record indicator
Rear Panel
9. DC power cord connecting socket
10. Power On/Off switch
11. RS-232 port (for sensor recorder/LAN box)
12. Sensor recorder sensor input socket
13. GPS antenna socket
14. Connect to GET-1 socket
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15. Video/Audio input socket
16. Video output terminal
17. Audio output terminal
18. Signal I/O terminal (for alarm PTZ
control)
19. External signal box connecting socket
IR Remote Control
1.
Camera 1
2.
Camera 2
3.
Camera 3
4.
Camera 4
5.
Quad mode button
6.
7.
Screen zoom button
8.
POP button
9.
Menu button
10.
11.
Move up key (PTZ up )
Copy button
12.
Lock button
13.
Move left button (PTZ left )
14.
Enter button (PTZ auto pan/Stop)
15.
Move right button (PTZ right)
16.
Stop button
17.
Value up button
(PTZ zoom in )
18.
Move down key (PTZ down)
19.
Value down button (PTZ zoom out)
20.
Pause button
21.
Fast rewind button
22.
Rewind button
23.
Play button
24.
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Sequence mode button
Fast forward button
INSTALLATION
DVR Installation
Please refer to the installation process as the following drawing:
1. CF Card installation
Insert the CF card into the CF card slot of the DVR.
2.
Sensor signal box connection (for 460CFS only)
Connect sensor signal box to sensor input socket and follow the drawing showed
below to connect the other end with the car signal wire.
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3. GPS antenna installation (for 460CFS only)
Connect GPS antenna to the GPS antenna socket and fix it on top of dashboard or
car roof in order to directly receive satellite signal and prevent the antenna being
covered by any metal part.
4. Sensor input socket connection (for 460CFS only)
This socket can connect tracking unit for future requirement.
5. System camera installation
Connect one end of camera cable to Camera and the other end to Video Input
terminal at the back of DVR. Please number the camera by yourself for convenient
operation.
6. Video output connection
Connect the monitor to Video output terminal.
7. Audio output connection
Connect audio output to TV audio input.
8. Signal I/O box connection
Connect the signal I/O box to this socket. Then, you can connect the sensor, alarm
or PTZ camera . The signal I/O box is showed as below:
9. External signal box connection (optional)
The external signal box can be connected to show DVR working condition when the
DVR is hidden in trunk or somewhere cannot be seen. The box design has the
following functions:
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a) Power indicator LED. b) Record indicator LED. c) GPS signal indicator LED. d)
Alarm buzzer. e) Panic button for emergency.
10. Power connection
a. Plug the wire for Key [On] and key [Start] wire connection
Connect the key on connecting wire (yellow) to car key “ON” position.
Connect the key start wire (white) to car key “Start” position.
b. Plug the power cord to Battery (e.g. car battery).
When the power is connected, the DVR is ready to be used.
The built-in power supply with delay circuit board designed for DVR to delay
switch-on time for 10 seconds. With the delay, it can avoid DVR working on
unstable voltage.
Switch on/off voltage: 10.5 ~10.8V
Delay switch-on time while starting the car: 10 seconds
Note: The DVR switch-off delay function can work normally only when key on/key
start wire is correctly connecting.
11. Power On/Off select switch
Please switch the DVR On to turn on the power, switch Off to turn off the DVR.
12. Sensor input socket connection (optional)
This socket can connect LAN box, sensor recorder or auto dialer box for future
requirement.
13. GPS Data download
Connect the USB wire one end to GPS data download socket and the other end to
PC, then you can download the information to your PC.
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BEFORE OPERATION
(1) The system will auto detecting the hardware and enter Recording mode while
hardware is in normal condition.
(2) The system will show [UNKNOW HDD] then enter [Format Menu] within 3 seconds
when first time start the system or CF card is changed. Please select [FORMAT
HDD YES] to format CF card. The system will auto enter record mode after format
CF card. (Or, enter the main menu “Record Setup” and select HDD information to
format CF card.)
(3) If the system not setting time yet, will auto enter to time setting screen, please press
[MENU]
key to exit after setting time.
(4) If [NO HD] signal show on screen, please turn off the power then check CF card is
installed properly, then turn the power on again.
(5) If screen show [NO VIDEO], please check video input connector whether is
connecting with camera correctly.
(6) Suggest turn on camera power before turn the system power on.
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OPERATION
The system is preset to OFF for [KEY LOCK] mode.
If the system is set to ON for [KEY
LOCK] mode, the screen will show the following message. Please key in security code
by remote control number buttons to enter the OSD menu for setting.
LOGIN DVR
PLEASE ENTER PASSWORD
PASSWORD: ****
SELECT NUMBER: 0~9
Then, press
[Enter] button. If the screen shows below, it means the password is
correct.
LOGIN SUCCESS
WELCOME TO DVR SYSTEM
If the screen shows below, it means the password is incorrect. Then, please enter
correct password in order to enter Main Menu or playback.
PASSWORD ERROR
PLEASE ENTER PASSWORD
PASSWORD: ****
SELECT NUMBER: 0~9
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OSD (On Screen Display) Menu Setting Operation Process
1. Press
Menu button to enter menu selection mode.
2. Press
Up button/
Down button /
Left button /
Right button to
select the item for setting.
3. Press
Enter button to enter Sub menu to select item for setting.
4. Press
(value up) button or
(value down) button to change the value for
your setting.
5. Press
key to exist for other setting.
Key and Function for Operation
1、 MENU operation key
Button
Remarks
Operation
1. Press
Menu button to enter
OSD menu.
2. Press direction key to select.
MENU
Up button
Down button
Left button
Right button
Value up
Enter OSD menu
Go Up
Go Down
Go Left
Go Right
Audio channel select
Value down
Enter button
Enter next page
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3. Press
menu.
key to enter Sub
4. Press
setting.
to exit while finish
2、 Play operation key
Button
Operation
Play
PLAY
Rewind
Remarks
REWIND
Fast Forward
FAST FOR.
Fast Rewind
FAST REW.
Pause
Pause
Stop
Stop
Audio channel select
3、 PTZ control key operation
Button
Operation
Screen Zoom
Remarks
button to enter the
1. Press
function.
2. Press function key to operate.
3. Press direction to select the area.
ZOOM IN
ZOOM OUT
Go Up
Go Down
Go Left
Go Right
Auto pan ON/OFF
ON/OFF Toggle
5、Display operation key
Key
Operation
Sequent view
Remarks
5、Number buttons
Number 1
2
3
4
5
Button
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6
7
8
9
0
Screen Instruction:
●CAM1
ID2007 68% R
LOSS
1
Camera has no signal.
12/03/07 10:08:45AM REC CON
A1
2
Date
Time
3
4
●CAM1: Camera 1
●CAM2: Camera 2
●CAM3: Camera 3
●CAM4: Camera 4
ID2007: Car Number or DVR number
68%: The percentage of HDD recording space.
1. HDD information
[R]: Recycle recording (Overwrite enabled)
[O]: Once recording (Overwrite not allowed)
2. Audio channel
[A1]: Audio in channel 1
[A2]: Audio in channel 2
[MUTE]: Audio mute
3. Status
[REC]: Recording
[LIV]: View mode (Without recording)
[BOT]: The DVR system is booting.
[PB]: Playback mode
[NOP]: No operation process (HDD is removed incorrectly.)
4. Record mode
[CON]: Continuous record
[MON]: Motion record
[ALM]: Alarm record
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OSD Setting Operation
1. Camera Setup Operation
1.1 Title Setup
A. Press MENU button
to enter menu selection mode.
MAIN MENU
CAMERA SETUP
DATE/TIME SETUP
HDD SETUP
RECORD SETUP
BACKUP SETUP
TCP/IP SETUP
PERIPHERAL SETUP
SYSTEM SETUP
KEY LOCK SEUP
B. Use
/
C. Press
/
/
button to select [CAMERA SETUP] setting section.
button to enter Camera Setup screen:
CAMERA SETUP
TITLE SETUP
COLOR SETUP
MOTION DETECTION
STATUS SELECT
D. Press
button to enter camera title setup
TITLE SETUP
CAM 1: CAM1
CAM 2: CAM2
CAM 3: CAM3
CAM 4: CAM4
E. Use
/
F. Use
/
/
/
button to select channel going setting title.
button to change the camera number.
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G. Press MENU button
to exist for other setting
1.2 Color Setup
A. Press MENU button
to enter menu selection mode.
B. Use
/
/
and press
C. Use
/
button to select [CAMERA SETUP] setting section
button to enter channel select mode.
/
and press
/
/
button to select [COLOR SETUP] setting section
button to enter.
COLOR SETUP
CAM 01
BRIGHTNESS 32
CONTRAST
32
SATURATION
32
HUE
32
GAIN
32
(1~63)
a. Brightness: Brightness is adjustable, “00” = the darkest, “63” = the lightest.
b. Contrast: Contrast is adjustable, “00” = maximum, “63” = minimum.
c. Saturation: Saturation is adjustable, “00” = maximum, “63” = minimum.
d. Hue: Hue is adjustable, “00” = maximum, “63” = minimum.
D. Use
/
button to select the camera. (CAM 01/02/03/04)
E. Use
/
/
F. Use
/
/
button to select the item you want to change.
button to change the value.
G. Press MENU button
to exist for other setting
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1.3 Motion Detection
A. Press MENU button
to enter menu selection mode.
B. Use
/
/
/
button to select [CAMERA SETUP] setting section.
C. Use
/
/
/
button to select [MOTION DETECTION] setting
section.
MOTION DETECTION
AREA SETTING
CH01
RUN
SENSITIVITY
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(1: MOST SENSITIVE) ------------------------ 1 is the most sensitive value.
RELAY OUT
OFF
There are 20 levels to be selected.
FULL SCREEN
OFF
D. Press [RUN] to enter area setting and the screen will show as below:
(There are 16 x 12 blocks)
E. Use
/
/
/
button to select the area.
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F. Use
/
button to activate or close the detection of the area. Press
button to select all activate or close. (This function will activate when the record mode is
selected “Motion Detection (M)”.)
G. Press MENU button
to exist above screen.
H. Use
/
I. Use
/
/
/
button to select the item you want to change.
button to change the value.
J. Press MENU button
to exist for other setting
1.4 Status Select
A. Press MENU button
to enter menu selection mode.
B. Use
/
/
/
button to select [CAMERA SETUP] setting section.
C. Use
/
/
/
button to select [STATUS SELECT] setting section.
/
button to select the camera you want to change.
STATUS SELECT
CH
CAM 1
CAM 2
CAM 3
CAM 4
D. Use
/
VISIBLE
ON(OFF)
ON(OFF)
ON(OFF)
ON(OFF)
/
E. Use
/
button to change the screen to be visible or not. (Visible OFF: The
recording information will be stored in hard disk, but the live picture will not be showed
on screen. Visible ON: The recording information is showed same as on screen.)
F. Press MENU button
to exist for other setting
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2. Date / Time / Daylight Saving Time Setting
A. Press MENU button
B. Use
/
/
to enter menu selection mode.
/
button to select [DATE/TIME SETUP] setting section.
DATE/TIME SETUP
DISPLAY FORMAT:
MM/DD/YY
10/25/07
YEAR
2007
MONTH
10
DAY
25
HOUR
12
MINUTE
20
SECOND
50
DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME
C. Use
/
button to change the Display Format.
D. Use
/
/
/
button to select the other item.
(Year/Month/Day/Hour/Minute/Second).
E. Use
/
button to change the value.
F. If you want to set daylight saving time, then you can use
/
/
button to go daylight saving section and use
/
saving mode for setting. Or, press MENU button
to exit for other setting.
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/
button to turn on daylight
DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME
TURN: ON (OFF)
START TIME
MONTH
DAY
HOUR
END TIME
MONTH
DAY
HOUR
: 04
: 02
: 02
: 10
: 29
: 02
3. HDD Setup
A. Press MENU button
B. Use
press
/
to enter menu selection mode.
/
/
button to select [HDD SETUP] setting section and
button to enter the following screen.
HDD SETUP
HDD INFORMATION
HDD REC MODE: RECYCLE
HDD FORMAT
3.1 HDD Information
A.. Use
/
/
section and press
/
button to select [HDD INFORMATION] setting
button to enter.
HDD INFORMATION
HD 1: MASTER
MODEL: XXXXX
SIZE: 100.0 GBYTES
FREE SIZE: 080.0 GBYTES
(The screen will show current HDD information.)
B. Press
button to exit
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3.2 HDD REC Mode
A.. Use
/
/
/
button to select [HDD REC MODE] setting section.
HDD REC MODE: RECYCLE
B. Use
/
C. Press
button to select HDD recording mode to recycle or once.
button to exit
3.3 HDD Format
A.. Use
press
/
/
/
button to select [HDD FORMAT] setting section and
button to enter.
HDD FORMAT
SELECT HDD: 1
CONFIRM:
RUN
B. Use
/
/
/
button to select HDD: 01 section.
C. Use
/
button to select HDD 1 or HDD 2 .
D. Use
/
/
/
button to “RUN” and press
FORMAT HDD 01: NO (or YES)
RUN
E. Press
button to exit
4. Record Setup
A. Press
button to enter menu selection mode.
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button to enter.
B. Use
/
C. Press
/
/
button to select [RECORD SETUP] setting section.
button to enter [RECORD SETUP] select mode.
RECORD SETUP
RECORD MODE
CONTINUOUS RECORD
MOTION RECORD
ALARM RECORD
RECORD MODE
0
—
—
3
—
—
6
—
—
9
—
—
A
C
C
M
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
12
—
—
15
—
—
18
—
—
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—
—
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
D. Use
E. Use
F. Press
/
/
/
/
to select time for setting.
button to select the record mode(C / M / A).
to enter selected section for setting, then use
to select the section for setting and use
G. Press
/
/
/
/
button to select the value.
button to exit.
a. Record Mode set up: 3 record modes (“C” = Continuous, “A” = Alarm and “M” =
Motion) for select.
b. Continuous Record: for set-up 4 level record quality and 4 kinds frame rate for
record.
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CONTINUOUS RECORD:
RECORD QUALITY: SUPER
COMPRESSION/FPS:JPEG 30
RECORD SELECT:
RECORD
PRIORITY
CAM1:
ON
ON
CAM2:
ON
ON
CAM3:
ON
ON
CAM4:
ON
ON
* Quality: Standard / Normal / High / Super.
* REC FPS: Set up frame per second (fps) as below
MP4L 2/4/8/16/30/60/120 (fps)
JPEG 1/2/4/8/15/30/60 (fps)
(When the DVR power is ON, it will detect the system in NTSC or PAL by the
camera installed.)
c. Alarm Record: for set-up 4 level record quality, 4 kinds frame rate and duration for
record while detect alarm or motion.
ALARM RECORD
RECORD QUALITY: SUPER
COMPRESSION/FPS: JPEG 30
REC/FULL SCREEN TIME: 10 SEC
PRE RECORD: ON
* Quality: Standard / Normal / High / Super.
* REC FPS: Set up frame per second (fps) as below
MP4L 2/4/8/16/30/60/120 (fps)
JPEG 1/2/4/8/15/30/60 (fps)
* REC Time: 10 / 20 / 30/ 40 / 50 /60 (seconds)
d. Motion Record: for set-up 4 level record quality, 4 kinds frame rate and duration
for record while detect alarm or motion.
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MOTION RECORD
RECORD QUALITY: SUPER
COMPRESSION/FPS: JPEG 30
REC/FULL SCREEN TIME: 10 SEC
PRE RECORD: ON
* Quality: Standard / Normal / High / Super.
* REC FPS: Set up frame per second (fps) as below
MP4L 2/4/8/16/30/60/120 (fps)
JPEG 1/2/4/8/15/30/60 (fps)
* REC Time: 10 / 20 / 30/ 40 / 50 /60 (seconds)
5. Backup Setup (This function is not available for 460CF/460CFS.)
A. Press
B. Use
button to enter menu selection mode.
/
C. Press
button to select [BACKUP SETUP] setting section.
button to enter [BACKUP SETUP] select mode.
BACKUP SETUP
USB SLAVE
USB MASTER
EVENT SETUP
D. Press
USB SLAVE
USB SLAVE: RUN
button to exit
*This function is available when DVR is designed with USB slave/USB host port.
6. TCP/IP Setup (optional)
(This function will be available when the LAN is connected.)
A. Press
button to enter menu selection mode.
B. Use
/
button to select [TCP/IP SETUP] setting section.
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C. Press
button to enter [TCP/IP SETUP] select mode.
TCP/IP SETUP
DHCP: OFF (or ON)
MAC”:
IP ADDRESS: 111.111.111.001
PORT: 000
MASK:000.000.000.000
DNS: 000.000.000.000
GATEWAY: 000.000.000.000
RUN
D. Use
/
to select item for setting.
E. Use
/
button to select value.
F. Press
button to exit.
* Please refer to the LAN instruction manual for more detail.
7. Peripheral Setup
A. Press
button to enter menu selection mode.
B. Use
/
/
/
button to select [PERIPHERAL SETUP] setting
section.
C. Press
button to enter [PERIPHERAL SETUP] select mode.
PERIPHERAL SETUP
BUZZER SETUP
ALARM SETUP
SEQUENCE SETUP
PASSWORD SETUP
MONITOR SETUP
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7.1 Buzzer setup
A. Use
/
B. Press
/
/
button to select [BUZZER SETUP] setting section.
button to enter [BUZZER SETUP] select mode.
Buzzer: for setting buzzer alarm time for video loss, motion is detect, I/O alarm
detect and key move alarm.
BUZZER SETUP
KEY BEEP: ON (OFF)
POWER ON: ON (OFF)
VIDEO LOSS: ON (OFF)
ALARM EVENT: ON (OFF)
MOTION: ON (OFF)
TIME DURATION: 02 SEC (1~60 SECONDS)
* Key beep: Buzz when button is pressed (one buzz)
* Power on: Buzz when system power on (one buzz)
* Video loss: Buzz when video signal is lost.
* Alarm Event: Buzz when alarm input is triggered.
* Motion: Buzz when system motion is detected.
C. Use
/
/
D. Use
/
button to select On/OFF.
E. Press
/
to select item for setting.
button to exit.
7.2 Alarm setup
A. Use
B. Press
/
/
/
button to select [ALARM SETUP] setting section.
button to enter [ALARM SETUP] select mode.
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ALARM SETUP
ALARM INPUT
ALARM OUTPUT
ALARM INPUT SETUP
ALARM IN
1
2
3
4
STATUS
NO
NO
NO
NO
OUT
ON
ON
ON
ON
FULL
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
* NC = Normal Close: The signal loop is closed under normal conditions. When
the loop becomes open, alarm will be triggered until the loop becomes closed
again. In other words, if the loop keeps on open for a period of time, alarm will
keep on triggering in that time interval.
* NO = Normal Open: The signal loop is open under normal conditions. When the
loop becomes closed, alarm will be triggered until the loop becomes open again.
In other words, if the loop keeps on closed for a period of time, alarm will keep
on triggering in that time interval.
*Full: Full screen
ALARM OUTPUT SETUP
ALARM OUT
1
STATUS
ON
C. Use
/
/
D. Use
/
button to select On/OFF.
E. Press
/
TIME
01~60
to select item for setting.
button to exit.
7.3 Sequence setup
A. Use
/
/
/
button to select [SEQUENCE SETUP] setting
section.
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B. Press
button to enter [SEQUENCE SETUP] select mode.
SEQUENCE SETUP
FULL SCREEN: 01~60 SEC
C. Use
/
/
D. Use
/
button to select value.
E. Press
/
to select item for setting.
button to exit.
After above setting, press the
(Sequence) button at Live/Record mode to activate
this function.
7.4 Password setup
A. Use
/
/
/
button to select [PASSWORD SETUP] setting
section.
B. Press
button to enter [PASSWORD SETUP] select mode.
PASSWORD SETUP
NEW: ****
CONFIRM: ****
SELECT NUMBER: 0~9
(initial password: 0000)
C. Use number button to change the password. (Please refer to Key & Function
Operation section for the number keys.)
D. Press
button to exit.
Please contact your distributor for more information if you forgot password.
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7.5 Monitor setup
This function just working when the DVR VGA card is installed
A. Use
/
B. Press
/
/
button to select [MONITOR SETUP] setting section.
button to enter [MONITOR SETUP] select mode.
MONITOR SETUP
VGA RESOLUTION: 800X600/60HZ
C. Use
/
/
D. Use
/
button to select value.
E. Press
/
to select item for setting.
button to exit.
8. System Setup
A. Press
B. Use
button to enter menu selection mode.
/
C. Press
/
/
button to select [SYSTEM SETUP] setting section.
button to enter [SYSTEM SETUP] select mode.
SYSTEM SETUP:
DIALER/GPS
PTZ
DVR ID
FACTORY DEFAULT
UPDATE CODE
8.1 Dialer/GPS
A. Use
B. Press
/
/
/
button to select [DIALER/GPS] setting section.
button to enter [DIALER/GPS] select mode.
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DIALER:
DALER
BAUD RATE: 4800
DIALER MODE: TONE/PULSE
PHONE 1: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
PHONE 2: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
PHONE 3: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
DIALER/GPS
DEVICE: DIALER
SETUP: RUN
C. Use
/
button to select DIALER.
D. Use
/
/
E. Press
/
to RUN.
button to enter [DIALER] mode.
F. Use
/
/
G. Use
/
to set the phone number.
H. Press
/
to change phone number.
button to exit.
*This function is available when DVR is designed with telephone line socket.
GPS:
(This function is available when DVR has built-in GPS)
DIALER/GPS
DEVICE: GPS
SETUP: RUN
C.
/
D. Use
E. Press
button to select GPS.
/
/
/
to RUN.
button to enter [GPS] mode.
GPS
BAUD RATE: 9600
SPEED LIMIT: 100
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* Baud rate: 2400/4800/9600/14400/19200/38400/57600 for select.
F. Use
/
to change the baud rate.
G. Use
/
/
H. Use
/
to set the speed.
I. Press
button to exit.
/
to speed limit.
8.2 PTZ:
PTZ
ID: 01
PROTOCOL: PELCO-P
BAUD RATE: 4800
SPEED: 05
*ID: 01~04
* Protocol: PELCO-D / PELCO-P
* Baud rate: 2400/4800/9600
*Speed: 01~10
Please refer to “PTZ Camera and Setting Control” section for more details.
8.3 DVR ID
The DVR ID is for setting DVR ID number.
A. Use
/
B. Press
/
/
button to select [DVR ID] setting section.
button to enter [DVR ID] select mode.
DVR ID
ID TYPE: ID
ID
: xxxx
* ID TYPE: ID/BUS/TAXI/TRAIN
C. Use
/
/
/
to select item for setting.
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D. Use
number.
/
E. Press
button to select ID type. Use Number keys to change the ID
button to exit.
8.4 Factory default
A. Use
/
/
/
button to select [FACTORY DEFAULT] setting
section.
button to enter [FACTORY DEFAULT] select mode.
B. Press
FACTORY DEFAULT
LOAD FACTORY DEFAULT: YES
C. Use
/
button to select YES or NO.
D. Press
button to RUN this function. (When you press Enter Key, the DVR will go
back to factory default. The screen will show “FACTORY DEFAULT OK!”.)
E. Press
button to exit.
8.5 Update code
A. Use
/
/
/
button to select [UPDATE CODE] setting section.
button to enter [UPDATE CODE] select mode.
B. Press
UPDATE CODE
1.
2.
3.
4.
FORMATE USB DEVICE: NO
FIRMWARE UPGRADE-USB: NO
LOAD PC PLAYER: NO
FIRMWARE UPGRADE-CF:NO
MERLIN304: XXX 00/
JAYS:
XXX
SKL:
XXX
PRESS ENTER KEY TO RUN
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C. Use
/
button to select YES or NO.
D. Press
button to RUN this function.
E. Press
button to exit.
9. Key Lock Setup
button to enter menu selection mode.
A. Press
B. Use
/
C. Press
/
/
button to select [KEYLOCK SETUP] setting section.
button to enter [KEYLOCK SETUP] select mode.
KEYLOCK SETUP
LOCK: YES
D. Use
E. Press
/
button to select YES or NO.
button to exit
After leave the OSD Main Menu, press the
(Lock) button to activate this function.
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PLAYBACK RECORD DATA
There are two ways to playback the record data.
1. Playback by Time:
a. Press the
b. Use
Play button, the screen will display SEARCH menu.
/
/
/
buttons to select the start day and time which you
want to play back, then move to “RUN” and press
Enter button to playback.
SEARCH
TIME: 2007-03-06 12:20:30 RUN
EVENT SEARCH
BEGIN: 2007-03-06 12:00
END: 2007-03-18 15:30
2. Playback by Event:
a、 Press
“Play” button, you can select the PLAY BY EVENT from SEARCH
menu.
SEARCH
TIME: 2007-03-06 12:20:30 RUN
EVENT SEARCH
EVENT SEARCH
→
BEGIN: 2007-03-06 12:00
END: 2007-03-18 15:30
0001
0002
0003
0004
0005
0006
0007
0008
0009
0010
07/03/06
07/03/06
07/03/06
07/03/06
07/03/06
07/03/06
07/03/06
07/03/06
07/03/06
07/03/06
PAGE001
12:00:30
12:03:25
12:06:35
12:09:30
12:15:30
12:20:30
12:30:30
12:30:30
12:40:30
12:50:30
A: Alarm L: Video loss M: Motion
R: Record B: Boot P: Panic
b、 Use
/
buttons to select page.
c、 Use
/
buttons to select event which you want to play back.
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R1
M1
M2
M3
L1
A1
B1
A2
B2
P1
d、 Press
Enter button to playback.
e、 During playback, press stop button to back to EVENT SEARCH.
Press
“Menu” button will exit.
* Each page can display 10 events (maximum 1000 events can be recorded).
* The event log will be cleared simultaneously when format HDD.
* EVENT is recorded in the HDD. It can be searched for playback when the HDD is
removed and installed into the other DVR in same type.
In the play mode you can use play bar to control play function. The play bar buttons
introduction as below:
FAST FOR.: Fast Forward.
Press the “FF’ once the playback speed will change to x2 speed to play, press again
it will change to x4 and press again it will change x8, if you want to return to the
playback speed just press the “Play” button.
FAST REW.: Fast Rewind
Press the “FB’ once the backward speed will change to x2 speed to backward play,
press again it will change to x4 and press again it will change x8, if you want to
return to the playback speed just press the “Play” button.
Pause: Pause the playback.
Stop: Stop playback and go back to the view mode.
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PTZ CAMERA SETTING AND CONTROL
1. Introduction:
Connect the Signal I/O box to the DVR. The signal I/O box has RS485 ports for PTZ
camera control.
2. Installation:
2.1 Setting PTZ camera control protocol:
Follow PTZ camera user manual to choose and setting control protocol, all the
camera need to choose same protocol type.
2.2 Setting PTZ camera ID:
Follow PTZ camera user manual to set PTZ ID, each camera has a unique ID
it’s own. We suggest stronger CH1 camera use the ID no: 1, CH2 camera use
the ID no: 2 …, that you will have more convenience to control your PTZ
cameras.
Follow the figure to connect all of cameras RS485 TX together and RX together, then
insert RS485 TX into the RS485 TX terminal and RX insert into the RS485 RX terminal
and tight it.
The signal I/O box is as follows:
3. PTZ control setting:
3.1 Go to DVR menu and select system, into system list and select subject of
PTZ/Keyboard, then use left and right keys to select protocol to match your PTZ
camera setting.
SYSTEM SETUP:
DIALER/GPS
PTZ
DVR ID
FACTORY DEFAULT
UPDATE CODE
PTZ
→
ID: 01
PROTOCOL: PELCO-P
BAUD RATE: 4800
SPEED: 05
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3.2 Use
/
/
/
button to change ID number.
3.3 Use
/
/
/
buttons to select ID and use
/
buttons to select PROTOCOL and use
/
button to select PELCO-P or PELCO-D.
/
3.3 Use
/
/
/
to select subject of BAUD RATE, then use
keys to select baud-rate to match your PTZ camera setting.
3.4 Use
/
/
/
to select SPEED, then use
select speed to match your PTZ camera setting.
4. PTZ control:
How to move PTZ camera?
channel which you want to control
1. Select
2. Press
3. Press
PTZ (pause) button into PTZ mode.
Up key to move camera up.
4. Press
Down key to move camera down.
5. Press
Left key to move camera left.
6. Press
Right key to move camera right.
7. At any time press
Stop key to stop camera move.
8. Press
Auto (Enter) key to turn the auto pan on.
9. Press
PTZ key to quit PTZ control mode.
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keys to
SENSOR RECORDER FUNCTION OPERATION
(Optional for GDV-460MS)
Signal Development Record Function
Total 8 kinds of signal development can be recorded in your mobile DVR as follows:
1. Right Turn, “RT” will be recorded and showed on screen.
2. Left Turn, “LT” will be recorded and showed on screen.
3. Stop Arm Extended, “SA” will be recorded and showed on screen.
4. Amber Lights On, “AL” will be recorded and showed on screen.
5. Brake On, “BR” will be recorded and showed on screen.
6. Backward, “BU” will be recorded and showed on screen.
7. Door 1, the video of door 1 camera will be showed on screen.
8. Door 2, the video of door 2 camera will be showed on screen.
The playback screen will show recorded signal development data location as below:
E120° 50’43.24”
N21° 54’15.38”
CAM1●
●
CAM3●
●
BR LT BU
A1
12/04/07
ID2007
68% R
●CAM2
●CAM4
08:56:50AM REC CON
BUS: 2007 H:W 30MPH
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
The location “LT” (Left Turn) will show “RT” when right turn signal lights up.
The location “BU” will be showed only when backward signal lights up.
The location “BR” will be showed only when Brake signal light is on.
The location “SA” will be showed only when Stop Arm Extended is on.
The location “AL” will be showed only when Amber Light is on.
The location “30MPH” (Speed) will show KMPH when your speed is selected to
KMPH..
7. The location “H:W” is showed to indicate head direction (W=West, E=East, S=South,
N=North ).
8. The location “E120°50’43.24” is showed to indicate position longitude east of
Greenwich (The location “E” while show “W” is meaning longitude west of
Greenwich).
9. The location “N21°54’15.38” is showed to indicate position of northern latitude (The
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location “N” while show “S” is meaning latitudes south of the Equator).
10. The location show “BUS:2007” is bus number key-in on DVR “OSD” menu under
sub menu section.
11. The location “12/04/07 08:56:50 is showed as recorded time.
Video Signal Development Record Function
Five camera outputs can be connected to the box’s video input connector. The sensor
recorder CPU will manage the signal to follow the car signal development and select
one of the camera inputs for video output connector.
(Remark: The sensor recorder CPU will manage to output “Right turn view camera’s
input” when right turn signal lights up, output “Left turn view camera’s input” when left
turn signal lights up and output “Back view camera’s input” when backward signal light
up. All other signal development will only output “Main direction view camera’s input”).
The sensor recorder with two video output connectors share same video output signal.
One BNC female output for connect to one of the DVR input to record the video signal
and the RCA socket is designed for connect to car monitor as assistance for driver.
Position, Speed & Head Direction Record in DVR Function
Car speed, position and head direction will be recorded in your mobile DVR. The speed
can be recorded by KMPH or MPH (changed by ‘Select’ switch on front panel of the box);
the recorded data will be showed on screen while playback.
GPS Location Record in Sensor Recorder Box Function
More than 7 days car location data will be recorded in the Sensor Recorder box. The
location data recorded in Sensor Recorder box can be downloaded in computer as a
GPS location data file to show road map when map software is transferred into.
Special Note:
The GPS can be positioned only when the antenna can directly receive at least 4
satellite signals. In other words, the GPS can be positioned only when there is no cover.
So, if you are in garage or underground parking lot where can not receive satellite signal
by GPS, when the car leaves this place, you have to check your DVR in the place where
can receive and make sure you have got speed, direction and GPS data. This way, the
recording can be done. Or, you have to stop the car for 1~3 minutes to let the GPS
positioned for normal operation.
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GPS Recorded Data Download Operation Process
1. Install USB driver software (attached in CD).
2. Install GPS download software (attached in CD).
3. Select GPS download software
a. Select COM port.
b. Select “Download” and key-in file name.
c. Press download button and keep for more than 2 seconds (can see the data
loaded to the file, then can release) to download the GPS recorded data. The
download LED will light up till download is completed.
d. Select “CLOSE” after download is completed (The download LED will be off
after download is completed).
e. The download file will be saved under GPS download file; user can open the
file to view.
f. The download file data is in standard GPRMC format.
Remarks:
1. When GPS display LED flashed, it means GPS does not succeed to get position
data. When GPS display LED lights and keeps still, it means it gets position data.
2. Press and keep the download button, then turn on the power and then release the
download button. This process will delete all recorded GPS data. The LED will flash
after data is deleted.
Show Road Map on Map Software
1. Transfer the GPS GPRMC file to match local map software.
2. Open local map software.
3. To transmit the recorded and transferred data to map software to show recorded
road track on the map.
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PC PLAYER SOFTWARE OPERATION
Install PC player software
Open the “PC Player Software” burnt on CD and install it to your PC.
↓
↓
↓
When above installation is finished, the “J16 Player” icon will be
showed on desktop and ready to be used.
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How to play the file
a. DVR with CF card storage
Insert CF card to PC and play the file.
Start playback
1. Double-click on the J16Player icon on your desktop.
2. Enter account: root and password: root.
→
3. Click
button for the following screen:
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Control panel function.
Open new file
4 splits
Save single image
9 splits
Transfer to AVI format
16 splits
Print
Open or close displayed image
Minimize / Exit
Watermark Protection: The system will
show the warning light and stop playing
when the recorded data is abnormally put in
or removed. Press “Play” button to continue
the playback.
Information related to the current software
or file
Play
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Volume adjustment or activate mute play
Play speed adjustment
Camera channel selection
Double-click the left button of mouse to
enlarge the channel
4. Press New Button
5. Click
button.
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6. Find the DVR device and select one file, and then press “OPEN”.
7. Highlight desired time and click “Open”.
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8. If the file does not meet your desired date/time, press
to list all recorded image.
9. Select the desired file to play.
10. Press
11. Click
button.
to play video.
How to archive your event data
Once the file is opened (after follow Steps 1 ~ 10 of “Start playback” as
mentioned above), please follow the steps below to archive your event data.
1. Select Play
or move the Time Line Scale to the start of the event. And,
note the time on paper.
2. Continue to play the file until the event is over.
3. Click
“Open New File”.
4. When the dialog box comes up, select “
5. From the noted times, slide the time slider to the beginning time.
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”.
6. Now select “Set time” parallel to “Start Time”
7. Now move the time slider to the end of the event.
8. Now select “Set time” parallel to “End Time”.
9. Click “Browse” and select the “My Backup Video Files” folder you created
earlier to save your file.
10. Click “Copy file to PC”.
11. When completed it will say “Finish”.
12. After finishing, close all dialog boxes.
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Suggestion: You can then open the folder you created and rename the file.
Make sure the file name ends with “ .dvr”.
How to create an AVI file
Once the file is opened (after follow Steps 1 ~ 10 of “Start playback” as
mentioned above), please follow the steps below to create an AVI file.
1. Click
button to transfer the file to AVI format
2. Select camera channel. Then, move time slider to desired start time.
3. Click “Set Start”.
4. Click “Set End”.
5. Click
6. Name your file.
and choose the location you want to save.
7. Click
. This may take several minutes depending on the
file size to be created.
8. You will see the percent completed. When completed, click “OK”.
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