Network Video Recorder SNVR-8008ST-2

Network Video Recorder
SNVR-8008ST-2
Thanks for purchasing our product. Before operating the unit, please read the instructions
carefully and keep this manual for future reference.
Statement:
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This manual supports NVR model: 1U 4/8ch and 2U16/32ch.
There is only recording function for E-SATA port, no backup function.
As product update, the NVR functions might be different from the manual showing, please
follow the product that you got.
Safety Precautions
1. Do not use wet hands or any damp objects to touch the power switch and network digital
video recorder (NVR), in order to avoid electric shock.
2. After installing the host, it must be ensured that the host and the chassis have grounded to
avoid the video, audio signal being disturbed, and to avoid NVR being damaged by static
electricity.
3. The device does not include hard disk. Hard disk should be properly installed before use,
otherwise it could not perform the record and playback.
4. Host system supports format of the hard disk. If the hard disk has been used, please note
whether it is FAT32 format. The embedded network digital video recorder supports only FAT32
format, otherwise there will be a hidden danger.
Note: Please format hard disk when it is the first time for you to use.
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Table of Contents
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7.
Hard Disk Installation ............................................................................................................................ 1
Rear Panel Interface ............................................................................................................................... 1
Host Side Operation ............................................................................................................................... 3
3.1
Start the System ........................................................................................................................ 3
3.2
System Login ............................................................................................................................ 3
System Toolbar....................................................................................................................................... 6
4.1
Display Setting ......................................................................................................................... 6
4.2
PTZ Setting............................................................................................................................... 8
4.3
Setting ....................................................................................................................................... 9
4.4
Playback ................................................................................................................................. 26
4.5
Backup .................................................................................................................................... 26
4.6
Record .................................................................................................................................... 27
4.7
Alarm ...................................................................................................................................... 27
4.8
Capture ................................................................................................................................... 27
4.9
File Manager........................................................................................................................... 28
4.10
IP Channel Setting .................................................................................................................. 29
Preview................................................................................................................................................. 31
5.1
Drag and Drop the Image ....................................................................................................... 31
5.2
Drag to Change Channel Sequence ........................................................................................ 31
IE Viewing ........................................................................................................................................... 32
6.1
User Log In ............................................................................................................................. 32
Mobile View Operation Instruction ...................................................................................................... 32
7.1
Client Software Obtaining ...................................................................................................... 32
7.2
Parameters of the NVR which Supports Mobile Surveillance................................................ 32
7.3
Android................................................................................................................................... 32
7.4
Blackberry .............................................................................................................................. 33
7.5
Windows Mobile System ........................................................................................................ 33
7.6
APPLE iOS............................................................................................................................. 33
1. Hard Disk Installation
Prepare a screwdriver. Take 1U chassis as an example, this series NVR could be installed two
hard disks in the chassis, the largest capacity supports to 4TB.
Hard Disk Installation Steps:
1. Remove four screws on the side of
chassis and remove the top cover
2. Connect the hard disk data and power
supply cable
3. Fix the HDD on the bottom plate
4. Put the cover back and fix it with screws
2. Rear Panel Interface
(Note: PoL ports only exist in specific models.)
For 4CH/8CH NVR model, the USB ports in front and bottom of the two ports in back(as the
structural diagram show above) share the same channel. If you plug two USB devices into
these two ports at the same time, they would not function normally.
3. Host Side Operation
3.1 Start the System
Plug power cable into the adapter and switch the power on, the power LED will light in red and the
NVR will start. After booting, the video output default to multi-window output mode.
The host side main screen. If you are not login, the system toolbar would show in gray and
the toolbar icons are not selectable.
If the booting time is within the record setting time period, the system will automatically enable the
record function.
Note:
Please use the power supply matching with the NVR instead of any other type or brand.
3.2 System Login
Click “Start” icon,there are five options:
1)
User Guide: Setting up the guide language.
You can select the language of the User Guide.
Select the video format and resolution.
Setting up the network.
2)
3)
4)
Power Off: Click this button to shutdown the device. You can also press the switch off at the
rear panel to shutdown the device. But we suggest to shutdown the device from the “Power
Off” button to avoid damaging the device from power failure by accident.
Note:
Before changing the HDD operation, please shutdown the device and disconnect the power
supply .
Reboot: Click this button to reboot the device.
Login: Click this button to login.
User name: admin
Password: blank
Click “Login”, you can find the system toolbar show in color and could be selectable.
5)
onLock: Click this button to lock the menu.
4. System Toolbar
4.1 Display Setting
Click “Display Setting”icon to bring the menu below.
1) Language: Select the language you need. Then restart the device
2) AutoLogout: System automatically logout and lock time.
3) TV Adjust: Adjust the display position.
4) Display: Set monitor Brightness, Contrast, Saturation, Hue and Transparency.
5) Resolution: The default resolution is 1024x768, please select the best resolution according
the monitor condition. There are 6 options for selection.
6) Rotation interval: Setup the time interval of rotation. Tick “Enable SEQ” to start rotation.
Display Setting menu
Setting the Display Position
Setting Brightness, Contrast, Saturation, Hue and Transparency.
Note:
You can also right-click in the main screen to access the system toolbar.
Please note the menu order is different from the toolbar in the main screen.
4.2 PTZ Setting
Click “PTZ” icon to open the menu below.
You can Zoom in/out, change Iris and Focus.
Setting the cruise time and speed.
Tips: Digital Zooming
During image preview and playback, roll mouse
roller to do digital zooming, it zoom the image as
mouse pointer as the center. The max can do 15X
zooming. Drag the zoomed image by mouse to see
image detail.
Zoom In
Zoom Out
The channel is recording. Light flashing means frame lost or recording lost.
Magnifying glass: Digital zooming, the red number in the middle is magnification figures, click
this icon, it can change to PTZ control
4.3 Setting
Click “Setting” icon to enter the setting menu. There are six main setting options: Device, Channel,
Network, Alarm, Account, and System.
1. Device Setting
There are four sub options for “Device” Setting: Device Info, System Version, PTZ Setting, and
DST Setting.
Device Info
You can check the device information here.
System Version
You can check the system version here. When do software update, you need to check
version first to avoid updating failure and damage the device.
PTZ Setting
PTZ(Pan/Tilt/Zoon) settings.
Click “Copy to” to apply the settings to other channel.
DST Setting
Setting Daylight Saving Time.
2. Channel Setting
There are six sub options for “Channel” Setting: Display Setting, Video Parameters, Schedule
Record, Motion, Video Lost, and Video Mask.
Display Setting
Setting the show name, time, and date format.
Video Parameters
1) Encoding Type:
There are three types: Main Stream (Normal), Sub Stream, Main Stream (Event) for selection.
Main Stream: The channel using main stream could be double clicked to show as single or
full-screen image and for recording playback.
Sub Stream: 9/16/25/36 screens display are using sub stream, IE or mobile viewing are sub
stream, too.
Main Stream (Event): For event such as motion detection and alarm trigger recording.
2) Stream Type: There are video, video & audio, two types for selection.
When connecting with audio, please select video & audio mode, or there will be no audio when
playback.
3) Resolution: NVR will set IP camera main stream and sub stream resolution automatically,
when the image is not good, adjust from here according to necessery.
4)
Bitrate Type: Set variable bit rate(VBR) and constant bit rate(CBR).
5)
Bitrate: Set the bit rate upper limit for coding.
Main stream are 1080P: 6000kbps, 720P: 4000kbps ;
set the bit rate upper limit for coding sub stream is 512-1024kbps.
6)
Frame Rate: Suggest to set full frame 25/30.
7)
Video Quality: Suggest to select highest.
When all the IP cameras connected with NVR are the same brand, after finish setting 1st channel,
click “Copy To” to apply the setting to all channels, then click Save.
Schedule Record
Setting schedule record. If you want record in specific time, please do not enable the
default “All Day Recording Schedule”.
Setting weekday and period. The way setting for Motion & Alarm schedule are the same
with Record. And they would all display in the “Schedule Record” menu.
You can set Pre and Post Record time.
Motion
If you want to set video lost, please check “Enable Motion Detection” first.
Settting the motion detection area, left click and drag the area size, right click and drag an
area bigger than left click and drag area to cancel it.
Setting Linkage, in other words, the action to take when detecting the suspicious motion.
Video Lost
If you want to set video lost, please check “Enable Video Lost” first.
Setting Linkage, the action to take when video lost.
Video Mask
If you want to set video mask, please check “Enable Video Mask” first, then click “Setting”
of Area settings.
Left click to drag the mask size and cancel it by right clicking.
Back to the main screen, you can see the mask you set in channel 1(main stream).
3. Network Setting
There are five sub options for “Network” Setting: Network Setting, DDNS Setting, NTP Setting,
Email Setting, and Management Platform.
In the “Network Setting”, you can set NVR’s IP address, subnet mask, gateway and so on. Then
use PC terminal to run “ping” command to check NVR’s IP has connected with LAN.
Note:
IP address might conflict with each other, please set the gateway correctly, or NVR might fail to
work. Please ensure all the IP addresses in LAN are unique.
Setting Remote Port: The default port is 5050, if there are more than one NVR in the LAN, you
need to change this port for login NVR by IE, CMS. Login NVR by mobile, the port should be +3
based on the device port.
HTTP port: The default port is 80, suggest modifying it. This port is for login NVR by IE, input NVR
IP address or domain name, you need to add colon and HTTP port number.
Example: As the screenshot above, when you want to access NVR by IE in LAN, first, please add
2 forwarding rules in the router, the IP address is 192.168.1.188, the forwarding ports are
5050-5053, 80. Please input http://192.168.1.188:80 at IE browser and download ActiveX, then
close the IE before install the ActiveX. After installing successfully, then reopen IE with
http://192.168.1.188:80, it will show login menu, input device port: 5050, user name: admin, leave
password in blank, you can access NVR.
If need access NVR by IE in WAN, please use static IP or dynamic domain name, the operation is
same as LAN.
Note:
If you want to enable Wi-Fi, please plug a 3G dongle into the
device.
4. Alarm Setting
There are three sub options for “Alarm” Setting: Alarm Input, Alarm Output, and Exception.
Use “Alarm Input” to set alarm trigger settings. “Alarm Schedule” and “Linkage” are not
adjustable if Alarm Handle checkbox was not enabled.
In “Output Alarm” menu, you can set “Alarm Schedule” and “Delay” period.
Setting exception for alarm event. For example, if “HDD Full”, then “Alarm On Monitor”.
5. Account Setting
There are two sub options for “Account” Setting: Account Setting and User Online.
You can add , delete, modify user, and set user privilege.
You can set the action a user can take in “User Privilege”.
You can check the online user status.
6. System Setting
There are six sub options for “System” Setting: Device Log, Stream Info, HDD Setting, Update,
Auto Reboot, and Recovery Configuration.
Device Log
You can check the Device Log.
You can export the log to the external storage.
Stream Info.
You can view the stream information.
HDD Setting
You can format the onboard HDD.
Update
You can update the device through the upgrade file on the external storage.
Upgrade include firmware upgrade, boot screen image upgrade, and patch upgrade.
Except USB memory upgrade, it also support to upgrad through network.
Note:
When the NVR is upgrading, DO NOT perform any other operations or power off it, otherwise the
NVR will fail to enter the system , and have to be send back to factory for repairing.
After upgrading, please reboot the device.
Auto Reboot
You can disable auto reboot or set auto reboot every day, every week, or once(on specific
date).
Recovery Configuration
You can export or import the system configuration.
4.4 Playback
Click “Playback” icon, to open the window below.
Channel Select: Select the channels that need do playback, system will find the required
recording file. The date that has recorded is highlighted by red color in calendar.
Date Select: Select the playback date.
Playback: The split screens will show on A-AREA, first choose channel on B-AREA, then choose
dates shown on C-AREA to play the video during specific time (D-AREA) .
Stop: Stop the playback.
FramePlay: Play video frame by frame.
4.5 Backup
Click “Backup” icon, to enter the menu below.
You can set the backup channel, duration, location(please prepare a USB flash), and file
type.
4.6 Record
Click “Record” icon, to enter the menu below.
You can close, manually set, or enable “Schedule Record”.
4.7 Alarm
Click “Alarm” icon, to enter the menu below.
You can activate the alarm or deactivate it by clicking the “Defence Off” button.
4.8 Capture
Click “Capture” icon, it supports all channels manually capturing. After capture, there is information
to hint capturing is successful or failure or this channel does not support capture. The image of
capture resolution is D1 by JPG format, and it is saved in specific area, the recording file will not
overwrite it .
Capture image can be viewed or backup in file manage folder.
Be sure to connect an external storage, or you will see this message.
Capture back up: Plug flash disk into USB port, then click Refresh to check whether flash disk
connect correctly, then select the capture files that need back up, and click Back Up to start.
4.9 File Manager
Click ”File Manager” icon, the back up file of external storage device and local captured picture will
list in the folder.
1) Check photo in the hard disk:
Select date on calendar, if there was any capture in that day , it would be displayed in the list
form.
2) Check the U disk and other mobile storage devices:
Click Refresh ,then drop-down to select USB drive paths, the photo and video files in the drive
will be displayed, double-click it to show its content. You can capture the screen while viewing
the video.
You can view image which captured on specific date.
4.10 IP Channel Setting
Manual Search
Right click on th main screen and select “IP Channel Setting”> “Manual”, click Search button,
NVR will search out all IP cameras in the LAN, it will take 18-30 seconds.
A –Area is cameras IP address searching area——click Search to get the camera IP addresses in
LAN.
B- Area is camera IP address modification area——double click IP camera in A area, B area will
show camera network data, some cameras can change IP address directly in B area.
C- Area is cameras channel setting area——according to the selection sequence in A–Area, to
sort the 1-36 channels image order. Select All to add IP cameras to the all channel by one click.
D-Area is camera user name and password filling area——this area is camera network parameter
information.
Auto Search
Right click to select “IP channel Setting” > “Auto”. If the IP camera has private protocol with NVR,
NVR will assign IP address to the camera automatically, after finish the searching, it will connect
the image automatically.
Camera IP addresses will be added automatically in the preview channel area. Please note the
IPC’s IP address will change. You can also set auto or manual synchronization.
5. Preview
5.1 Drag and Drop the Image
The preview image location can be drag and drop to different place as necessary, but the channel
physical address will keep the same
5.2 Drag to Change Channel Sequence
Right click to select “IP Channel Setting” > ”Drag to change channel sequence”, then drag the
image, IP camera will reconnect in the new channel, during this process, the image will lost for
some while till the image connect sucessfully.
6. IE Viewing
6.1 User Log In
1) Enter the domain+colon+Http port . or enter the static IP +colon +http port .
2) You can download and install IE ActiveX from NVR through the Internet.
Input the IP address of the NVR in the IE browser, port number 5050, user name and
password, then the below interface will pop-up:
7. Mobile View Operation Instruction
This operation guide is about how to install and use the mobile software in the
mobile phones with Android, Blackberry, Windows mobile, iPhone, Symbian software.
Attention: The mobile port is the device port +3, for example: Device port , 5050, then the mobile
port is 5053.
7.1 Client Software Obtaining
You can obtain the mobile surveillance client software from the CD or our technical department.
The corresponding client software of each system is as below:
MEYE_SB_S60_3rd.sisx: mobile surveillance client of the 3rd version of Symbian S60 system;
MEYE_SB_S60_5rd.sisx: mobile surveillance client of the 5th version of Symbian S60 system;
MEYE_WM.cab: mobile surveillance client of Windows system;
MEYE_Android.apk: mobile surveillance client of Android system;
MEYE_RIM.rar: mobile surveillance client of Blackberry system;
Note: iPhone uses TMeye+, please download from Appstore.
7.2 Parameters of the NVR which Supports Mobile Surveillance
Resolution: CIF or QCIF;
Frame Rate: 5-10fps;
Stream Type: Limited
Stream: 64-256Kb/S
Remark: You can adjust the settings according to the performance and network condition. Mobile
phone with higher performance and better network condition will display better effect. If the
network condition is no good, you can reduce the frame rate to ensure the fluency.
7.3 Android
Mobile phone app supports Android system version above V1.5,
Including HTC G1, HTC Magic, HTC Hero, HTC G5, etc.
☆ Instructions:
1) Download app MEye_Android.apk.
2) Click the app and install.
3) Open the app, as the picture on the right:
7.4 Blackberry
Supports Blackberry phones system above V4.6, with screen resolution 480*360 and 480*320,
including model No. 8900, 9000, 9700, 9630 etc.
☆ Instruction:
1) Download and install vMEye.cod & vMEye.alx via
BlackBerry Desktop Manager. Click ‘options’ and find
vMEye in application, then click and find edit privilege
to set all privileges as allow. If a part of privileges can’t
be set-up as allow, you just ignore it and click save.
2) Clinck vMEye icon, the initial interface will be shown
(as the picture on the right) after running few seconds
of the programme.
Name: Enter name of device in order to distinguish other more devices.
Address: The IP address or DDNS of DVR/ NVR.
Port: The server port of DVR/NVR
User ID: Same as set-up on IE
Password: Same as set-up on IE
Network Type: Select your ideal network type.
7.5 Windows Mobile System
Mobile client software supports 2003 windows mobile system and above vesion. Currently it only
supports touch screen version.
☆ Installation and Operation Instruction
1) The Installation is carried out by copying to the phone
with data cable via MEYE_WM.cab.
2) Click the corresponding icon appeared as right:
7.6 APPLE iOS
Apple phone needs to support iOS 3.0 or above,
including iPhone, iPod touch, etc.
☆ Installation and Operation Instruction
1) Run App Store in iPhone, and switch to the search tab.
Search vMEye in the search tab, the app installation pack
will be found, click to installation and the program icon
will arise as below:
2) Click vMEye program icon,
and the initial interface after running appears as right:
Troubleshooting
1. Device Fails to Start or Restart Continuously
2. Failure to Use Remote Controller
Possible Reasons:
1) NVR’s upgrading wrong program leads to
the damage of system software.
2) NVR encounters power or board faults,
please contact the supplier for repair.
3) HDD error, please replace the HDD.
4) Panel program wrong choice:
Setup→Device Parameter→Setup
Information→Interface Version.
Aluminum panel please choose MINI.
Other plastic panels choose corresponingly
01, 02, 05, etc.
5) NVR IP address conflict.
Possible Reasons:
1) Please check whether the batteries in
Remote Controller are installed correctly,
especially the postive and negative.
2) Please check whether the batteries in
Remote Controller are still charged.
3) Please check whether the Remote
Controller window is hidden.
4) Please check the Remote Control
address in NVR is matched with Remote
Controller address.
3. Blurred NVR preview screen
Possible reason:
Unmatched video input feature. If the
camera uses NTSC, but the NVR uses
PAL, this could lead to a blurred screen.
5. Blurred playback screen/ Fail to search
recording file
Possible reasons:
1) Program misread. Please reboot the NVR.
2) Bad track or bad cluster in the hard disk
data. Please detect your hard disk and
change a new one if damaged.
3) NVR hardware fault. Please contact your
supplier.
4. Internet disconnected to NVR.
Possible reasons:
1) Please check if your physical network is
normal or not.
2) Please check your NVR parameter setting.
3) Please check if there is IP conflict.
6. Cannot play downloaded
backup videos.
Possible reasons:
1) Player installing mistake.
2) Wrong USB flash disk or wrong mobile hard
disk drives file system.
3) No DX9.0 or higher diagram speedup.
7. I had set all the mobile detector alarm, occlusion alarm and video occlusion right. But
why does it still not work?
It might because the ONVIF of your IPC does not support such functions.
8. No IPC searched
It might because your NVR or IPC is disconnected to internet. Please try to check if your device
is correctly connected to internet, or check if there is an IP conflict.
9. No sound when preview or playback
1) Check if there is an audio in your IPC: you can test it through IE or the built-in client or
through computer.
2) Wrong audio format: NVR only supports G711 audio compressed format. Please adjust
your format through IE of the built-in client.
10. No diagram after being saved.
It can be a wrong username or password. It might also because the camera gun may use a
proprietary protocol leading to incompatibility.
Suggestion: use camera guns that support i8 or other proprietary protocol or the internationally
agreed by ONVIF.
11. There is a videotape prompt of a certain diagram and also have images when double
clicked, but no image in multi-channel preview, why?
Right click that channel and there will be a pattern pull-down list in the Remote Configuration,
try to replace the main stream with a sub stream and save it. If there is still no image, it might
because the sub stream is set too high, less than 1m is suggested.
12. A multi-channel preview is working correctly, but when double-click on the single
picture, it turns to black screen or the image stuck, unable to playback the video.
Please check whether your IPC is 1080p, if yes, then click on the Settings - > device
parameters - >pattern, and see if you can use 1080 pattern. 1080p videos can only display
sub stream under the 720P channel pattern. Please set 1080p IPC to the specified channel.
Select the correct mode and reboot OK.
13. Can not login to the IE viewing?
Please set up according to the following method:
1)
IE setting--Internet options--Security--Custom level--enable all relevant options of
ActiveX.
2) Find and delete original plugin file “dvr_activex” at first ,then download and install it
again.
14. When the image is good in 9/16/25/26 screen modes, after double click the image to
zoom, the image is stuck or become black screen?
Please change to 1080 mode to solve it.