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z Refer to the included CD-ROM for the French and Spanish “INSTRUCTION MANUAL”.
z Utilisez le CD-ROM fourni pour consulter le “MANUEL D’INSTRUCTIONS” en français et en espagnol.
z Consulte en el CD-ROM el “MANUAL DE INSTRUCCIONES” en francés y en español.
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PRECAUTION
Declaration of Conformity
CAUTION
Model Number
Trade Name
Responsible party
Address
: DSR-3716/3709
: SANYO
: SANYO FISHER COMPANY
: 21605 Plummer Street,
Chatsworth, California 91311
Telephone No.
: (818) 998-7322
z This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) this device may not cause harmful
interference,and
(2) this device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT
REMOVE COVER (OR BACK).
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do
not expose this appliance to rain or moisture.
CAUTION: Changes or modifications not expressly
approved by the manufacturer may void the user’s authority
to operate this equipment.
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 to persons.
Location
For safe operation and satisfactory performance of your
unit, keep the following in mind when selecting a place for
its installation:
z Shield it from direct sunlight and keep it away from
sources of intense heat.
z Avoid dusty or humid places.
z Avoid places with insufficient ventilation for proper heat
dissipation. Do not block the ventilation holes at the top
and bottom of the unit. Do not place the unit on a carpet
because this will block the ventilation holes.
z Install the unit in a horizontal position only.
z Avoid locations subject to strong vibrations.
z Avoid moving the unit between cold and hot locations.
z Do not place the unit directly on top of a monitor TV, as
this may cause playback or recording problems.
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 product.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with
the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of
the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generated, uses and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning
the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to
correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
z Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
z Increase the separation between the equipment and
receiver.
z Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit
different from that to which the receiver is connected.
z Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV
technician for help.
Avoiding Electrical Shock and Fire
z Do not handle the power cord with wet hands.
z Do not pull on the power cord when disconnecting it
from an AC wall outlet. Grasp it by the plug.
z If any liquid is spilled on the unit, unplug the power cord
immediately and have the unit inspected at a factoryauthorised service centre.
z Do not place anything directly on top of this unit.
SERVICE
This unit is a precision instruments and if treated with care,
will provide years of satisfactory performance.
However, in the event of a problem, the owner is advised
not to attempt to make repairs or open the cabinet.
Servicing should always be referred to your dealer or
Sanyo Authorized Service Centre.
For the customers in Canada
This class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian
ICES-003.
CAUTION
Licensed Under U.S. Patent No. 4,974,088
Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced.
Replace only with the same or equivalent type
recommended by the manufacturer.
Discard used batteries according to the manufacture’s
instructions.
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INTRODUCTION
Main features
Accessories
„ The digital video recorder records video from
monitoring cameras to its internal hard disk, it
can display the video being displayed on a
monitor split into four, nine or sixteen
screens, and it can also display recorded
video in the same way.
Check that you have all the parts shown below.
Power cord
The DSR-3709 can only display split screen video in
four or nine screens.
Core clamp
1 large, 1 small
z Large core clamp
For LAN cable
z Small core clamp
For RS-485 cable
„ Separately-sold hard disks (80, 160, 250, or
300 GB) can be installed to further increase
this large memory capacity.
„ Complete range of recording and playback
functions
Power cord tie
z Simultaneous recording and playback of video.
z Timer recording allows recordings to be made at
different times each day.
z Zoom allows a certain section of live and playback
video to be magnified.
z Alarm recording allows the actions of intruders to be
recorded.
z The video from specific cameras can be masked
using a gray pattern to prevent it being monitored.
z Motion sensing can be used with each camera, and
alarms can be setup to give priority to the recording
of moving images.
z By connecting multiple digital video recorders, it is
possible to perform analog series recording in which,
once the capacity of one hard disk is reached,
recording continues automatically on the next digital
video recorder.
z Instruction Manual (DVR)
z Manual for Remote
Operation by
Network
Connection
z Quick Guide
z CD-ROM Manual
Symbols used in this manual
„ Search function - lets you instantly display the
desired recording. (JP.30)
Information describing operation methods
or how to get the most out of functions.
z Searching in order of alarm occurrence using alarm
search
z Searching by thumbnail using alarm search
z Searching by date/time
z Searching within the archive area
z Searching for intruder motion using motion detection
search
Information describing the correct use of
the digital video recorder.
(JP. xx) indicates the page to be referred to.
Copyright
„ Two-level security lock function - lets you
restrict users for data and equipment
management. (JP.89)
z This manual and software are copyrighted by Sanyo
Electric Co., Ltd.
z Brand and product names used in this manual are the
trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective
companies.
„ Expandable, can be connected to a PC
z Recorded video can be copied to CompactFlash
cards and CD-R/RW.
z A built-in LAN terminal provides support for network
control, thus facilitating live monitoring, camera
control, playback, searches, and menu setting.
z Monitoring can be carried out on two different monitor
screens - namely, the main monitor and monitor 2. In
addition, the main monitor can be viewed in splitscreen mode while the monitor 2 is used for full
screen viewing or automatic camera selection.
z Dome cameras can be controlled by button
operations on the digital video recorder.
z Images stored on a CompactFlash card can be
printed directly from a printer.
Except for personal use, copyright law prohibits the use of
recorded copyrighted images without the permission of the
copyright holder.
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CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
1 BEFORE USE .................................................5
3 INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS ...... 11
Notes on handling the internal HDD ...............5
Notes on installation locations ........................5
The hard disk and cooling fan are consumable
components. ...................................................6
Important recordings .......................................6
Protection of the hard disk ..............................6
Backup battery ................................................6
Basic connections ........................................ 11
Connecting RS-485 terminals ...................... 11
Connecting SANYO protocol devices
(Dome Cameras) .......................................... 13
Connecting an amplifier ............................... 13
Connecting ALARM IN terminals ................. 13
Connecting SENSOR ALARM OUT
terminals ....................................................... 14
Connecting CONTROL terminals ................. 14
Connecting the power cord .......................... 14
2 NAMES AND FUNCTIONS OF PARTS .........7
Front panel ......................................................7
Rear panel ....................................................10
OPERATION
1 PREPARING FOR USE ................................15
5 SEARCHING FOR RECORDED VIDEO ..... 30
Operation display area ..................................15
Changing the position of the operation
display area ...................................................16
Changing the language .................................16
Setting the time .............................................17
The internal hard disk ...................................18
Alarm search ................................................ 31
Alarm thumbnail search ............................... 32
Time/date search ......................................... 32
Archive area search ..................................... 34
Motion detection search ............................... 34
6 SAVING (COPYING) RECORDED VIDEO ..... 38
2 VIEWING VIDEO FROM A CAMERA ..........19
Copying video to the hard disk’s
archive area ................................................. 39
Copying video to a CompactFlash card or
Microdrive ..................................................... 41
Printing images from CompactFlash cards
(quick print) .................................................. 43
Copying video to CD-R/RW ......................... 45
Viewing on a full screen ................................19
Viewing on quad screens ..............................19
Viewing on multi screens
(9 screens/ 16 screens) ................................20
Viewing on plus screen .................................20
Viewing with automatic screen selection ......21
Viewing on the monitor 2 ..............................21
3 RECORDING ................................................23
Normal recording ..........................................23
Timer recording .............................................23
Alarm recording .............................................24
Pre-alarm recording ......................................25
4 PLAYBACK ..................................................26
Playing video on a full screen .......................26
Fast-forward and fast-rewind playback .........26
Changing the playback speed .......................27
Enlarging the playback video ........................27
Viewing still images .......................................28
Performing frame advance
(forward or reverse) ......................................29
Playing video on multiple screens .................29
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CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
SETTINGS
4 GENERAL SET ............................................ 86
1 MENU CONFIGURATION AND
OPERATIONS ..............................................47
2 INITIAL SET .................................................51
Initial settings ................................................51
Setting the time .............................................51
Setting the daylight saving ............................51
External clock setting ....................................53
Detecting connected cameras ......................54
Setting camera titles .....................................55
Setting holidays .............................................56
Setting time periods ......................................57
OPERATION
General settings ........................................... 86
Setting data display ...................................... 86
Setting display for video loss ........................ 87
Setting the buzzer ........................................ 88
Setting the security lock ............................... 89
Setting and initializing the hard disk ............. 92
Expanding the hard disk capacity ................ 93
Network settings ........................................... 93
Setting RS-485 ............................................. 96
Setting camera control ................................. 97
Basic menu operations .................................47
Restoring menu setting items to
their default values ........................................48
Sub-menu configuration ................................49
5 SCREEN SET ............................................ 100
3 RECORD SET ..............................................60
Settings for recording ....................................60
Normal recording easy setup ........................60
Displaying the recording areas .....................64
Changing recording areas .............................65
Setting overwrite permission .........................66
Setting recording conditions ..........................67
Setting series recording ................................69
Setting auto deleting .....................................71
Setting normal recording ...............................71
Setting program recording ............................73
Timer settings ...............................................74
Setting alarm recording .................................77
Setting the motion sensors ...........................81
Setting alarm operation and display ..............84
Canceling alarms ..........................................85
SETTINGS
Setting quad, multi 9 and 16 display .......... 100
Setting the period and monitors for
automatic screen selection ......................... 102
Setting masks ............................................. 104
Setting the color level ................................. 105
6 POWER LOSS/USED TIME ...................... 107
OTHER
7 INITIALIZATION LOG ............................... 108
8 COPY MENU SETTINGS .......................... 109
Saving menu settings on a
CompactFlash card .................................... 109
Loading settings from a
CompactFlash card .................................... 110
OTHER
1 INTERFACE SPECIFICATIONS ................111
3 MENU SETTING SEQUENCE ................... 121
RS-485 specifications .................................111
SANYO protocol command table ................112
INDEX .............................................................. 123
2 SPECIFICATIONS ......................................113
Specifications ..............................................113
Dimensions .................................................114
UL disclaimer statement .............................114
Table of recording rate and times ...............115
Table of recording rate settings ..................117
Table of pre-alarm recording times .............118
Terminal board specifications .....................119
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BEFORE USE
Notes on handling the internal HDD
„ Notes on replacing the HDD
This digital video recorder uses an internal hard disk drive
(HDD).
Be sure to observe the following points carefully when
operating, setting-up, or servicing the digital video
recorder.
Be sure to follow the correct procedure when replacing the
HDD.
z HDDs that have been removed from their packing may
not operate correctly if they are subjected to sudden
impact or vibration. It is recommended that you place
the HDD on a soft, level surface with the printed circuit
board facing upward after it has been unpacked.
z Take care to avoid subjecting the HDD to sudden
impact or vibration when removing and tightening
screws as part of the HDD replacement procedure.
Tighten all screws securely to ensure that they do not
loosen.
z The HDD is sensitive to static electricity; accordingly,
you should take the appropriate precautions to prevent
the buildup of static charges.
„ Do not subject the digital video recorder to
sudden impact or vibration.
If the digital video recorder is subjected to sudden impact
or vibration, it may damage the HDD or cause corruption of
the data stored within it.
z Do not move the digital video recorder while the power
is turned on. Always ensure that the power is turned off
before removing the digital video recorder from or
placing it in a rack.
z When transporting the digital video recorder, pack it
securely using the specified materials. In addition,
choose a method of transportation that minimizes
vibration.
z When placing the digital video recorder on the floor or
another similar surface, attach the specified pads to its
base and place it down gently.
„ Handling a detached HDD unit
If transporting or storing the HDD unit in a detached condition,
be sure to first of all pack it using the specified materials.
In addition, choose a method of transportation that
minimizes vibration.
Notes on installation locations
„ Do not move the digital video recorder for 30
seconds after turning off the power.
The hard disk is sensitive to dust, sudden impact, and
vibration; furthermore, it should not be used near magnetic
objects. The following precautions should be observed in
order to prevent the loss of recorded data:
z Do not subject the digital video recorder to sudden
impact.
z Do not use the digital video recorder on a vibrating or
unstable surface.
z Do not disconnect the power plug from the wall outlet
during recording or playback.
z Do not use the digital video recorder in areas with extreme
temperature changes (i.e., 10ºC or more per hour).
z Condensation may occur if the digital video recorder is
moved to an area with a significantly different
temperature or high humidity. If the digital video
recorder is used while condensation is present inside it,
operating problems may occur.
z Do not install the digital video recorder inside motor
vehicles, trains, or other areas under constant vibration.
z The digital video recorder has ventilation holes on its
left, rear, and bottom panels. Ensure that these holes
are not blocked after installation.
z Do not use the digital video recorder in a bookshelf,
box, or any other area with poor ventilation.
z This digital video recorder is designed for use in a
horizontal orientation, and vertical setup may result in
malfunction.
z When installing the digital video recorder in a rack,
ensure that a gap of at least 5 cm is provided at the top
and bottom.
After the power is turned off, the disk inside the HDD will
continue to spin for a brief period due to inertia, and the
heads will be in an unstable condition.
During this period, the digital video recorder is even more
susceptible to damage from sudden impact and vibration
than when it is turned on. Make sure that the digital video
recorder is not subjected to even gentle vibration for at
least 30 seconds after turning off the power.
„ Do not operate the digital video recorder when
condensation has formed on it.
If the digital video recorder is operated in this type of
condition, there is a possibility that it will be permanently
damaged.
If the temperature around the digital video recorder
changes suddenly, wait for it to stabilize before operating
the digital video recorder.
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BEFORE USE
INTRODUCTION
The hard disk and cooling fan are
consumable components.
If used in an ambient temperature of 25ºC, the hard disk
should generally be replaced after 2 years; and the cooling
fan after 3 years. These figures are intended as a general
guideline only and should not be taken as a guarantee of
component performance.
The POWER indicator will flash if a problem occurs with
the hard disk or fan. (JP.7)
Important recordings
z Always perform test recording in advance to confirm
whether the digital video recorder’s playback is normal.
z Note that Sanyo will accept no responsibility for losses
occurring as a result of recording or playback problems
caused by malfunction of this digital video recorder or
any connected devices.
z As a precaution against malfunction or accidents, it is
advisable to periodically back up important recordings
or to perform mirroring.
Protection of the hard disk
The hard disk is checked automatically when the power is
turned on. If an abnormality is detected, the POWER
indicator will begin to flash or an error message will be
displayed. If you need initialize the hard disk or to save
images stored on it, contact the dealer from whom you
purchased this digital video recorder.
Backup battery
The digital video recorder comes with a built-in lithium
battery. If power is supplied continuously for at least 48
hours after setting the date and time, the clock will
continue to operate normally for up to 30 days without a
supply of power.
When disposing of this digital video recorder, contact the
dealer from whom it was purchased for information on how
to dispose of the lithium battery.
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NAMES AND FUNCTIONS OF PARTS
DSR-3716
1
2
3
4
8
5
7
9
15
12
MENU
13 14
16 17
EXIT/OSD
24
SHUTTLE
PLAY/STOP
C
POWER
27
FULL
AUDIO
ALARM FULL
LOCK
MENU
ALARM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
QUAD
MULTI
PRESET
MON 2
AUTO PAN
PLUS
SEQUENCE
TOUR
OUT
28
VIDEO
29
USB
ZOOM
FUNC.
ENTER
SEARCH
AR
LE
10
Front panel
CARD
IRIS
SEQUENCE
COPY SHUTTLE HOLD
REC/STOP
TIMER
18
21
25
ER
FOCUS
ALARM
MENU
MENU
RESET
PAN
19
22
23
EJECT
26
20
6. [CAMERA SELECT] buttons and indicators
When one or more cameras have been connected to the
VIDEO IN terminals on the digital video recorder’s rear
panel and the appropriate [CAMERA SELECT] button is
pressed, the corresponding indicator lights up and the
video feed from that camera is displayed on-screen.
z During quad, multi 9 or 16 screen display:
The indicators corresponding to the cameras being
displayed on the monitor are lit up.
z If video is lost:
The indicator starts to flash.
z If an alarm occurs:
The indicator for the corresponding camera starts to flash.
1. POWER indicator
The POWER indicator will light up when the power is
turned on.
If the internal HDD or fan begins to malfunction, this
indicator will be flashed.
2. FULL indicator (JP.68)
The FULL indicator will begin to flash when the amount of
available memory in the hard disk’s normal recording area
drops to the percentage specified using menu settings.
In addition, recording will stop automatically when no more
memory is available, and the FULL indicator will switch to
a permanently lit condition.
This indicator can then be turned off by performing “AREA
FULL RESET” using menu settings.
7. [FUNC.] button and indicator (JP.99)
Switch to normal mode or camera control mode.
Press button for camera control mode and indicator will
light. Press button again to return to normal mode.
Indicator turns off.
3. ALARM FULL indicator (JP.68)
The ALARM FULL indicator will begin to flash when the
amount of available memory in the hard disk’s alarm
recording area drops to the percentage specified using
menu settings.
In addition, recording will stop automatically when no more
memory is available, and the ALARM FULL indicator will
switch to a permanently lit condition.
This indicator can then be turned off by performing “AREA
FULL RESET” using menu settings.
8. [QUAD] button and indicator (JP.19)
The [QUAD] button is used to display video in quad
screens, and the indicator will light up when this type of
display is being presented.
The QUAD indicator will turn off when a different screen
display mode is adopted.
9. [MULTI] button and indicator (JP.20)
The [MULTI] button is used to display video in multi 9 or 16
screens, and the indicator will light up when this type of
display is being presented.
The MULTI indicator will turn off when a different screen
display mode is adopted.
The DSR-3709 can only display video in nine screens.
4. LOCK indicator (JP.91)
The LOCK indicator lights up when operation has been
locked using <SECURITY LOCK SET>.
An alarm will be sounded if a button is pressed in this
condition. In addition, a password entry screen will be
displayed on the monitor at this time.
If the correct administrator password is entered, the lock
condition will be cancelled and the LOCK indicator will turn
off.
10. [MON2] button and indicator (JP.21)
If the [MON2] button is pressed while a monitor is
connected to the MON2 output terminal on the rear panel,
it will be possible to change the monitor 2 output video.
The [CAMERA SELECT] and [SEQUENCE] buttons can
be used, and the indicator will be lit up during the setting
procedure.
5. ALARM indicator
The ALARM indicator flashes during alarm recording, and
it is lit up during pre-alarm recording.
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8
2
1
3
4
7
5
9
15
12
MENU
13 14
16
17
EXIT/OSD
24
SHUTTLE
PLAY/STOP
C
POWER
27
28
29
FULL
1
ALARM FULL
2
3
4
LOCK
5
MENU
ALARM
6
7
8
9
QUAD
MULTI
VIDEO
PRESET
MON 2
AUTO PAN
PLUS
USB
SEQUENCE
TOUR
AUDIO
ZOOM
FUNC.
OUT
ENTER
SEARCH
AR
LE
10
11
ER
25
CARD
IRIS
COPY SHUTTLE HOLD
REC/STOP
TIMER
21
EN
T
STILL
SEQUENCE
18
JOG
AF
FOCUS
ALARM
ZOOM/I/FO
6
INTRODUCTION
DSR-3709
MENU
RESET
PAN
EJECT
26
19
22
23 20
17. [STILL] button and indicator (JP.28)
When the [STILL] button is pressed during playback, the
current frame is displayed as a still image and the indicator
lights up. Playback can be resumed by pressing this button
once again.
11. [PLUS] button and indicator (JP.20)
The [PLUS] button is used to enlarge video from a single
camera to quad screen size during multi 9 or multi 16
screen display.
For DSR-3709, this operation is available only when in
multi 9 screen display.
18. [SEQUENCE] button and indicator (JP.21)
The [SEQUENCE] button can be pressed during
monitoring to automatically switch between screen display.
When pressed, the indicator begins flashing and the
display is changed automatically. The lighting condition of
CAMERA SELECT indicators also changes in response to
the screen display.
12. [MENU] button and indicator
The [MENU] button is used to display the menu screens
(i.e., setting screens), and the indicator lights up while any
of these screens is being displayed.
13. [EXIT/OSD] button and indicator
z EXIT
The [EXIT/OSD] button is used to exit the main menu or a
sub-menu. When a menu is displayed, the indicator turns
off; when the menu is closed and the normal display is
restored, the indicator lights up.
z OSD (JP.16)
Each time the [EXIT/OSD] button is pressed while the
digital video recorder is recording, playing, or stopped, the
operating display location moves in the order of top of
screen, bottom of screen, to hidden; furthermore, the
indicator lights up when this information is being displayed.
19. [COPY] button and indicator (JP.39)
The [COPY] button is used to copy recorded video to the
hard disk’s archive area, to a CompactFlash card, CD-R/
RW or to a Microdrive.
The indicator lights up during the copy process.
20. [SHUTTLE HOLD] button and indicator (JP.26)
The [SHUTTLE HOLD] button is used to lock shuttle dial
operation for a constant speed of playback or slow playback.
The indicator lights up while the shuttle dial is locked.
When a password has been set, furthermore, this button
can be pressed for at least three seconds to activate the
security lock.
14. [PLAY/STOP] button and indicator (JP.26)
When the [PLAY/STOP] button is pressed, a recording
from the normal recording area or alarm recording area is
played and the indicator lights up. When pressed during
playback, this button stops the digital video recorder.
21. [REC/STOP] button and indicator (JP.23)
The [REC/STOP] button is pressed to start normal
recording, and the indicator lights up during this process.
Furthermore, pressing this button for at least three
seconds stops recording and turns off the indicator.
15. [ZOOM] button and indicator (JP.19, 27)
When the [ZOOM] button is pressed during monitoring or
playback on a full screen, a portion of the playback video is
magnified and the indicator lights up.
16. [SEARCH] button and indicator (JP.31)
When the [SEARCH] button is pressed while the digital
video recorder is recording or stopped, the search menu is
displayed and the indicator lights up. The search menu
can be closed by pressing this button once again.
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NAMES AND FUNCTIONS OF PARTS
DSR-3716
1
2
3
4
8
5
7
9
15
12
MENU
13 14
16 17
EXIT/OSD
24
SHUTTLE
PLAY/STOP
C
POWER
27
FULL
AUDIO
ALARM FULL
LOCK
MENU
ALARM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
QUAD
MULTI
PRESET
MON 2
AUTO PAN
PLUS
SEQUENCE
TOUR
OUT
28
VIDEO
29
USB
ZOOM
FUNC.
ENTER
SEARCH
AR
LE
10
CARD
IRIS
SEQUENCE
COPY SHUTTLE HOLD
REC/STOP
TIMER
18
21
25
ER
FOCUS
ALARM
MENU
MENU
RESET
PAN
19
22
23
EJECT
26
20
28. Video output terminal
This terminal outputs the same video as that of the MAIN
MONITOR output terminal on the rear panel.
22. [TIMER] button and indicator (JP.23)
If the [TIMER] button is pressed while the recording is
stopped, timer recording standby mode is adopted and
recording will then start automatically at the set time. The
indicator will be lit up while in timer recording standby
mode or timer recording.
If the button is pressed during timer recording, this process
is stopped and the indicator turns off. Furthermore, if the
[TIMER] button is pressed when in timer recording standby
mode, indicator is turned off and timer recording is
cancelled.
29. USB terminal (JP.45)
This terminal connects to a recordable CD-R/RW drive.
z The USB terminal is for the use of the recommended
Sanyo CD-R/RW drive (sold separately). Nonrecommended peripherals cannot be connected.
z For recommended recordable drives, check the Sanyo
homepage or ask at your local Sanyo dealer.
Sanyo website URL:
http://www.sanyosecurity.com
23. [ALARM] buttons (JP.31)
When an [ALARM] button is pressed during playback or
still, the digital video recorder skips to the next earlier or
next later alarm.
24. Jog dial (inside) and shuttle dial (outside)
z During playback:
Use the jog dial to change the playback speed.
Use the shuttle dial to perform fast-forward or fastreverse playback.
z During menu display:
Use the jog dial to move the cursor and to change
setting values. Use the shuttle dial to confirm settings.
25. CompactFlash card slot (JP.41)
This slot is used to house a CompactFlash card or Microdrive.
26. [MENU RESET] button (JP.48)
The [MENU RESET] button is used to default menu
settings.
When setting motion sensors, furthermore, all sensors on
the same line as the cursor can be turned on
simultaneously by pressing this button.
27. Audio output terminal
Audio output is the same as that of the rear panel AUDIO
OUT terminal.
English
11
EN
T
STILL
ZOOM/I/FO
6
JOG
AF
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NAMES AND FUNCTIONS OF PARTS
(The number of terminals for the DSR-3709 may differ. For more details, see below.)
INTRODUCTION
DSR-3716
17
14
AC IN
1
2
1
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
ALARM IN C 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
IN
C 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
2
18
AUDIO
IN
OUT
MIC IN
MONITOR OUT
MAIN
MON2
USB
LAN
ALL
RESET
RS-485
TERMINATE
OFF ON
A RS-485 B
SENSOR
ALARM OUT
OUT
REC
NON ER IN
TIM
EXIT OUT
IES
SER IES IN
SER ULL
F
RM
ALA FULL
OUT
NING
WAR RESET
RM
ALA M OUT
R
ALA OUT
CK
CLO CK IN
CLO
OUT
REMOTE
C R1 R2
DO NOT CONNECT TO PHONE LINE
3
4 5
6
7
8
9
10
16
15
16. CONTROL terminals
Pin
1. VIDEO IN terminals
The DSR-3709 has nine VIDEO IN terminals.
2. VIDEO OUT terminals
The DSR-3709 has nine VIDEO OUT terminals.
3. [ALL RESET] button
When the [ALL RESET] button is pressed, the digital video
recorder is reset and the time is returned to its default
setting.
4.
CONTROL
11 12 13
Rear panel
C
AUDIO IN terminal
5.
AUDIO OUT terminal
6.
MIC IN terminal
7.
MAIN MONITOR output terminal
8.
MON2 output terminal
9. USB terminal
This terminal connects to a recordable CD-R/RW drive.
10. LAN terminal (10 Base-T or 100 Base-TX)
11. RS-485 termination switch
Signal
C
Ground
REMOTE R1
Remote input 1
REMOTE R2
Remote input 2
CLOCK SET IN
Input of a clock setting signal from an
external device
CLOCK SET OUT
Output of a clock setting signal to an
external device
ALARM OUT
Total alarm output
ALARM RESET
Alarm reset input
WARNING OUT
Output of an HDD or FAN malfunction error
FULL
Capacity warning output for normal
recording area space
ALARM FULL
Capacity warning output for alarm recording
area space
SERIES IN
Signal input from an analog series
connection
SERIES OUT
Signal output to an analog series connection
EXT TIMER IN
Signal input from an external timer
12. RS-485 terminal (A)
NON REC OUT
Non-recording output
13. RS-485 terminal (B)
C
Ground
14. ALARM IN terminals
These terminals are used to activate alarm recording in
response to operation of an alarm switch on a connected
device.
The DSR-3709 has nine ALARM IN terminals.
Pin
17. Power socket (AC IN)
Insert the supplied power cable securely into this socket.
18. Power cord holder
Secure the power cord to the holder
using the cord tie (accessory) as
shown in the illustration.
Signal
C
Ground
ALARM IN 1 to 16
Alarm input No. 1 through No. 16
15. SENSOR ALARM OUT terminals
The terminals are used when motion sensors have been
set (JP.81) to output an alarm signal to a connected
device upon detection of motion.
The DSR-3709 has nine SENSOR ALARM OUT terminals.
Pin
Signal
C
Ground
SENSOR ALARM OUT
1 to 16
Output of an alarm signal for Camera
No. 1 through No. 16
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INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS
This section describes how to connect the digital video recorder to video cameras and other devices. Be sure to read the
instruction manuals for each connected device.
z Improper connections can result in malfunction or the
emission of smoke.
z A separate power supply is required for operation of
each camera.
Basic connections
The following diagram shows the connections for cameras, monitors, a microphone, and a PC.
DSR-3716
System controller (sold separately)
VSP-8000/9000
The DSR-3709 can be connected to nine cameras.
Camera
(sold separately)
(1-16)
The RS-485 connector is
connected to A or B according
to the type of cable.
*2 Wrap the cable once around the
small core clamp to attach it.
AC IN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
ALARM IN C 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
IN
OUT
C 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
AUDIO
IN
OUT
MONITOR OUT
MAIN
MON2
MIC IN
LAN
USB
ALL
RESET
RS-485
TERMINATE
OFF ON
A RS-485 B
SENSOR
ALARM OUT
O UT
REC
NON ER IN
TIM
EXIT OUT
IES
SER IES IN
SER ULL
F
RM
ALA FULL
OUT
NING
WAR RESET
RM
ALA M OUT
R
ALA OUT
CK
CLO CK IN
CLO
Microphone
(sold separately)
REMOTE
C R1 R2
DO NOT CONNECT TO PHONE LINE
Video input
terminal
01
02
03
04
Monitor
(sold separately)
Video input
terminal
Monitor 2
(sold separately)
C
CONTROL
120 V-240 V AC
(50/60 Hz)
*1 Wrap the cable once around the
large core clamp to attach it.
PC
* If the monitor 2 (MON2) is not synchronized
with the connected cameras, vertical
picture instability may occur upon the
switching of camera video.
Connecting RS-485 terminals
z Do not connect to phone line.
The RS-485 terminals are used to connect a system
controller (sold separately) to the digital video recorder.
After connecting the system controller, you will need to
carry out the settings that are given in the <RS-485 SET>
menu. (JP.96)
Pin locations
1
English
Pin number
Connector A signal
Connector B signal
1
Not used
Not used
2
Not used
Not used
3
A
B
4
B
A
5
Not used
Not used
6
Not used
Not used
A: Non-inverting driver output/receiver input
B: lnverting driver output/receiver input
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Connection
INTRODUCTION
RS-485 termination switch settings
The digital video recorder supports both straight type and
crossed type connection cables.
When using a straight type connection cable, connect the
RS-485 connector’s pin A to the pin A socket, or pin B to
the pin B socket.
When using a crossed type connection cable, connect the
RS-485 connector’s pin A to the pin B socket, or pin B to
the pin A socket.
When connecting multiple devices, you must make
termination settings on both end devices.
z Set the RS-485 termination switch of both end devices
to ON.
z Be sure to set the RS-485 termination switches of all
devices in between (devices other than the first and last
devices) to OFF.
A RS485 B
z If you don’t make the correct termination settings, the
incorrect data will be transmitted to each device.
DO NOT CONNECT TO PHONE LINE
To other
connector A
To other
connector A
Example
System controller
Straight type cable
Crossed type cable
Cable types
Straight type:
ON
1
2
3
4
5
6
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
1
2
3
4
5
6
Termination
switch
OFF
Crossed type:
1
2
3
4
5
6
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
1
2
3
4
5
6
Digital video recorder
OFF
ON
RS-485
termination
switch
Time-lapse VCR
ON
OFF
12
Termination
switch
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Connecting SANYO protocol devices
(Dome Cameras)
Connecting an amplifier
An amplifier is connected when using a microphone or
external speakers with the digital video recorder.
Turn off all devices and use a coaxial cable to connect the
devices.
z Use the same procedure to connect using PELCO and
BBV.
Audio input
Amp
(sold separately)
Audio
output
AUDIO
IN
OUT
IN OUT
Camera
1
2
3
Connect cameras to the VIDEO IN
terminals.
z Audio input from the AUDIO IN terminal and the MIC IN
terminal cannot be performed simultaneously. If both
terminals have devices connected, the MIC IN terminal
is used.
Set the protocols and address in the
<CAMERA CONTROL SET> screen.
(JP.97)
Connecting ALARM IN terminals
Operate the dome cameras with the
front panel buttons. (JP.99)
When using external alarms (i.e., intruder sensors and the
like), external switches are to be connected to the ALARM
IN terminals.
16
Connecting ALARM IN
terminals to external
switches
1
C 1 2 3 4 5 6
7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
The DSR-3709 has nine ALARM IN terminals.
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Connecting the power cord
1
The SENSOR ALARM OUT terminals are used to relay
alarm signals whenever one of the digital video recorder’s
motion sensors is triggered. Normally in an open condition,
a terminal adopts low condition when a sensor for the
corresponding camera number has been triggered.
When you have finished making all the
other connections, make sure the
voltage is 120 V-240 V AC and insert the
power plug into the wall outlet.
There is no power switch. The display indicators flash, and after
a few moments, the monitor screen displays the camera image.
Rating for each terminal
z Maximum current: 25 mA
z Maximum voltage: 25 V
1K
INTRODUCTION
Connecting SENSOR ALARM OUT
terminals
120 V-240 V AC
(50/60 Hz)
Connecting CONTROL terminals
The connections for a remote control circuit are shown
below. This digital video recorder can be remotely controlled
when a remote-control circuit similar to that shown here is
connected to the remote-input control terminals.
z When turning the power on for the first time
“PLEASE SET THE CLOCK” is displayed on the monitor
screen. Follow the procedures on P.17 to set the clock.
z If the clock is already set
The operation display area is displayed.
Operation
display area
C
R1
0
01-01-04 00:00:00 REC REPEAT EN A ALARM 0000
R2
02
R1
R2
(When operated (When combined
independently) with R2 Shift key)
SW 1 : Camera 1*: INDEX +
SW 17 : REC/STOP
SW 2 : Camera 2*: INDEX -
SW 18 : PLAY/STOP
SW 3 : Camera 3*: AUTO FOCUS
SW 19 : STILL
SW 4 : Camera 4*: SEQUENCE
SW 20 : SEARCH
SW 5 : Camera 5*: MON2
SW 21 : SHIFT (Doubles with R1)
SW 6 : Camera 6*: PLUS
SW 22 : PLAY
SW 7 : Camera 7*: QUAD
SW 23 : REC
SW 8 : Camera 8*: MULTI
SW 24 : MENU
SW 9 : Camera 9*: MENU RESET
SW 25 : EXIT/OSD
SW 10 : Camera 10:
SW 26 : +
SW 11 : Camera 11: PAN left
SW 27 : -
SW 12 : Camera 12: PAN right
SW 28 : →
SW 13 : Camera 13: TILT down
SW 29 : ←
SW 14 : Camera 14: TILT up
SW 30 : ZOOM
SW 15 : Camera 15: ZOOM wide
SW 31 : COPY
SW 16 : Camera 16: ZOOM tele
SW 32 : TIMER
z If the POWER indicator starts flashing;
If a problem occurs during use, the POWER indicator
will begin to flash and an explanation will be displayed.
In these cases, contact a Sanyo service center.
POWER
indicator status
Meaning
Four flashes per
second
There is a problem with the hard disk. The
hard disk must be replaced or initialized.
Contact a Sanyo service center to recover
recorded images.
One flash per
second
There is a problem with the fan.
z The power cord’s ground terminal is not provided for
enhanced safety; rather, it can be used to reduce the
level of interference when the digital video recorder is
connected to analog devices.
If a large amount of noise is generated when the digital
video recorder is connected to analog devices, connect
this terminal to the building’s earth.
z Use a resistance of 1/10 ohms or more and with a D
ranking (Precision within ±0.5%).
z The remote control cable should be no more than 5 m
long.
* The DSR-3709 can operate up to nine cameras (*).
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(5) Picture quality display (JP.71)
Displays the quality of the video that can be recorded
on the hard disk. Set to “EN” (Enhanced) by default.
Operation display area
Whenever the power is turned on, the operation display
area will be shown at the top of the monitor screen. This
area indicates the date, time, picture quality, and other
information needed for operation.
BA
0
01-01-04 00:00:00 REC REPEAT EN A ALARM 0000
Basic
NO
Normal
EN
Enhanced
FI
Fine
SF
Super Fine
(6) Audio recording display
“A” is displayed when audio is being recorded or
played back.
(7) Alarm display and alarm count display (JP.77)
When you set an alarm using the “ALARM REC
MODE SET” menu item, the alarm display area
presents the following information.
z When alarm recording is set;
“ALARM” is displayed.
“ALARM” is flashed during alarm recording.
z When pre-alarm recording is set;
“PRE” is displayed.
When an alarm occurs, “PRE” disappears,
“ALARM” is displayed, and the number of alarms is
shown. The total number is indicated in the alarm
display.
z When performing playback from the archive
area;
“ARCHIV” is displayed.
z When an external alarm signal is activated;
“EA” is flashed to the left of the camera number.
z When a motion sensor alarm signal is
activated;
“SA” is flashed to the left of the camera number.
z When an external alarm signal and motion
sensor signal are activated;
“ES” flashes to the left of the camera number.
02
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)(6) (7)
01-01-04 00:00:00 REC REPEAT EN A ALARM 0000
02
(8)
(1) Date display (JP.17)
“01-01-04” (month-day-year) is displayed when you
turn the power on for the first time. Be sure to specify
the correct date using menu settings.
(2) Time display (JP.17)
“00:00:00” is displayed when you turn the power on for
the first time. The digital video recorder uses the date
and time to manage recording and playback points.
Accordingly, if the time has not been set correctly, you
will not be able to effectively search for video data.
Make sure to specify the time using menu settings.
Recording will not be possible until a setting has been
made.
(3) Operating symbol display
Displays the current operation (such as recording or
playback).
REC: Recording
EXT: External timer recording
: Playback
: Reverse playback
: Still
(8) Camera title display
The camera number or camera title is displayed. In
addition, when an alarm occurs, the camera number
and alarm “EA”, “SA” or “ES” are displayed along with
the camera title.
z During video loss;
The display alternates between showing the
camera title and “VIDEO LOSS”. “VIDEO LOSS”
flashes when the operating display is hidden.
(JP.16)
z During no video signal;
“NO VIDEO” is displayed in place of the camera
title.
: Fast-forward playback
: Fast-rewind playback
: Slow playback
: Reverse slow playback
z During simultaneous recording and playback, the
display indicates playback ( ).
(4) Remaining memory in recording area (JP.67)
Displays the remaining area memory as a percentage
when overwriting in the normal recording area or the
alarm recording area is forbidden. If overwriting has
been permitted, “REPEAT” is displayed.
z Although operations such as playback, copying, and
data transfer are possible while recording, this unit
gives priority to recording, and other operations may be
delayed as a result.
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[MENU] button
[EXIT/OSD] button
Shuttle dial
CARD
OPERATION
MENU
RESET
EJECT
[REC/STOP] button
1
Changing the position of the
operation display area
1
MENU
As the [EXIT/OSD] button is pressed, the operation display
area moves to a different location or is hidden.
01-01-04 00:00:00 REC REPEAT EN A ALARM 0000
Bottom
01
Press the [MENU] button.
The MENU indicator lights up and the <MAIN MENU> is
displayed.
Press the [EXIT/OSD] button.
Top (default)
Jog dial
02
<MAIN MENU>
1.INITIAL SET
2.RECORD SET
3.GENERAL SET
4.SCREEN SET
5.POWER LOSS/USED TIME
6.INITIALIZATION LOG
7.COPY MENU SETTINGS
MOVE:JOG
Hidden
Operation
display area
2
01-01-04 00:00:00 REC REPEAT EN A ALARM 0000
03
04
->
->
->
->
->
->
->
SELECT:SHUTTLE
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
The <INITIAL SET> screen is displayed.
Changing the language
<INITIAL SET>
1.LANGUAGE/CLOCK SET
2.CAMERA DETECT
3.TITLE SET
4.HOLIDAY SET
5.TIME PERIOD SET
Use the following procedure to set the language displayed
on the monitor.
->
->
->
->
->
[Settings] (‹ indicates default setting)
Item
Setting
‹ENGLISH
LANGUAGE
Description
MOVE:JOG
Sets the language to English.
FRANCAIS Sets the language to French.
3
ESPAÑOL
The cursor moves to “ENGLISH”.
Sets the language to Spanish.
SELECT:SHUTTLE
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
<LANGUAGE/LANGUE/IDIOMA>
ENGLISH
<CLOCK SET>
01-01-2004 THU 00:00:00
<DAYLIGHT SAVING>
MODE
:
USE
WEEK MONTH TIME
ON
1ST-SUN
04
02:00
OFF LST-SUN
10
02:00
<EXT.CLOCK SET>
ADJUST. TIME
01:00
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3
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise, and
then turn the jog dial to select the
desired language.
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
The <LANGUAGE/LANGUE/IDIOMA> screen is
displayed.
The set item flashes.
<LANGUAGE/LANGUE/IDIOMA>
ENGLISH
<CLOCK SET>
01-01-2004 THU 00:00:00
<DAYLIGHT SAVING>
MODE
:
USE
WEEK MONTH TIME
ON
1ST-SUN
04
02:00
OFF LST-SUN
10
02:00
<EXT.CLOCK SET>
ADJUST. TIME
01:00
<REGL.LANGUE>
FRANCAIS
<REGL.HORLOGE>
01-01-2004 JEU 00:00:00
,
<HEURE D ETE>
MODE
:
MARCHE
SEMAINE MOIS HEURE
ON
1ER-DIM
04
02:00
OFF
DER-DIM
10
02:00
<REGL.HORLOGE EXTERNE>
,
REGL.DE L HEURE 01:00
5
4
When you have made a selection, turn
the shuttle dial clockwise.
The cursor moves to the date and time.
The language has now been set.
To return to the normal screen, press the [EXIT/OSD] button.
Turn the jog dial to select the date and
time for <CLOCK SET> and turn the
shuttle dial clockwise.
“01” flashes (indicating the month).
<LANGUAGE/LANGUE/IDIOMA>
ENGLISH
<CLOCK SET>
01-01-2004 THU 00:00:00
<DAYLIGHT SAVING>
MODE
:
USE
WEEK MONTH TIME
ON
1ST-SUN
04
02:00
OFF LST-SUN
10
02:00
<EXT.CLOCK SET>
ADJUST. TIME
01:00
EXIT/OSD
Setting the time
(Default: 01-01-2004 THU 00:00:00)
Be sure to set the correct date and time as these settings
are used during recording and searching.
5
Example: Setting 8:30 on October 26, 2004
1
MENU
“01” flashes (indicating the day).
<MAIN MENU>
1.INITIAL SET
2.RECORD SET
3.GENERAL SET
4.SCREEN SET
5.POWER LOSS/USED TIME
6.INITIALIZATION LOG
7.COPY MENU SETTINGS
MOVE:JOG
10-01-2004 MON 00:00:00
6
->
->
->
->
->
->
->
SELECT:SHUTTLE
7
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
<INITIAL SET>
1.LANGUAGE/CLOCK SET
2.CAMERA DETECT
3.TITLE SET
4.HOLIDAY SET
5.TIME PERIOD SET
MOVE:JOG
Use the same procedure to set the day
(26), year (2004), hour (08), and minute
(30).
When you have set the minute, the cursor moves to
“MODE” under <DAYLIGHT SAVING>, and the clock
starts counting from 00 seconds.
z The week day is set automatically.
z The clock is stopped during date and time settings.
The <INITIAL SET> screen is displayed.
English
Set “10” with the jog dial or numeric
keys and turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
Press the [MENU] button.
The MENU indicator lights up and the <MAIN MENU> is
displayed.
2
K
Press the [EXIT/OSD] button.
The setting procedure is ended and the display returns to
the normal screen.
->
->
->
->
->
EXIT/OSD
SELECT:SHUTTLE
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[C] Archive area
The internal hard disk
Recording
mode
<RECORDING AREA SET>
TOTAL CAPACITY
:
NORMAL RECORDING AREA
:
AREA FULL RESET ->
ALARM RECORDING AREA
:
AREA FULL RESET ->
ARCHIVE AREA
:
AREA FULL RESET ->
[A]
[B]
[C]
82GB
80 %
19 %
Copy
1%
Hard disk recording areas
z If the memory allocations for the various hard disk
recording areas are changed during a recording
process, all stored recordings will be deleted and the
hard disk will be initialized; accordingly, special care
should be taken. For more details, refer to P.65.
z In the case of certain hard disks, error may be present
in the total hard disk capacity as displayed on menu
screens.
When the digital video recorder is turned on, recording
areas are automatically setup within the internal hard disk
(with the default settings being normal recording area:
80%, alarm recording area: 19%, and archive area: 1%).
When the [REC/STOP] button is pressed, this digital video
recorder starts recording video data in the normal
recording area. When an alarm occurs, the corresponding
video data is recorded in the alarm recording area.
area
Manual
This area is used to store important
video data copied from the normal
recording area and/or alarm recording
area. By making changes to the normal
recording area and the alarm recording
area, this area can be extended to up
to 10 GB in size (i.e., 12% when using
a 80 GB hard disk).
OPERATION
CAUTION : WHEN THE AREA SETTING IS CHANGED,
THE WHOLE AREA WILL BE INITIALIZED !
B Alarm
recording
Recording method
C Archive area
1%
19%
80%
A Normal recording
area
Hard Disk Recording Areas
[A] Normal recording area
Recording
mode
Recording method
Normal
recording
Manual
Timer
recording
Automatic
When monitoring, recording is performed in response to pressing of the
[REC/STOP] button.
Recording is carried out in accordance
with timer settings.
[B] Alarm recording area
Recording
mode
Recording method
Alarm
recording
Automatic
Pre-alarm
recording
Automatic
Recording is carried out when alarm
recording is set to “ENABLED”. Specifically, alarm images are recorded in the
alarm recording area in response
either to operation of a switch that has
been connected to an alarm input terminal or to detection of an intruder or
the like using motion sensors.
When pre-alarm recording is set to
“ON”, it will be possible to record video
from before the occurrence of an alarm
based on the corresponding settings.
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[MULTI] button
[SEQUENCE] button
CARD
MENU
RESET
EJECT
[CAMERA SELECT] buttons
[PLUS] button
[MON2] button
[QUAD] button
Viewing on a full screen
Viewing on quad screens
Images from multiple connected cameras can be
displayed simultaneously.
Example: Selecting Camera 2
1
Press the No. 2 [CAMERA SELECT]
button.
1
Press the [QUAD] button.
The QUAD indicator lights up and video from four separate
cameras is displayed simultaneously.
Video from Camera No. 1 through Camera No. 4 is
displayed.
The No. 2 CAMERA SELECT indicator lights up and video
from Camera 2 is displayed on a full screen.
QUAD
01
02
03
04
02
Viewing enlarged live images
Images can be enlarged while monitoring on a full screen.
Operations are the same as “Enlarging the playback
video”. See P.27 for more details.
2
To view video from other cameras,
press the [QUAD] button again.
Each time this button is pressed, the four images on the
quad screen change, in order of cameras No. 1-4, 5-8, 912 and 13-16.
On the DSR-3709, the images change in order of cameras
No. 1-4, 5-8, 9-3, etc.
QUAD
3
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05
06
07
08
To return to full screen display, press
the [CAMERA SELECT] button.
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VIEWING VIDEO FROM A CAMERA
Viewing on multi screens (9 screens/
16 screens)
1
Viewing on plus screen
Enlarge one camera video to quad screen size to view in
multi 6/13 screen display.
For DSR-3709, this operation is available only when in
multi 9 screen display.
Press the [MULTI] button.
1
PLUS indicator lights and one camera image is enlarged.
MULTI
MULTI
PLUS
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
13
14
09
15
16
2
z For both quad and multi 9/16 screen display, display
positions can be changed. (JP.100)
2
Press the [PLUS] button.
OPERATION
The MULTI indicator lights up and video from nine
separate cameras is displayed simultaneously. Press the
[MULTI] button again to display video from 16 cameras.
The DSR-3709 can only display video from nine cameras.
01
02
03
01
02
03
04
05
06
04
01 05
06
07
08
09
07
08
09
Press the corresponding [CAMERA
SELECT] button to change enlarged
camera image.
The video from the selected camera is enlarged.
To return to full screen display, press
the [CAMERA SELECT] button.
01
04
02
07
3
02
03
05
06
08
09
Press [MULTI] button to switch from
multi 6 screen display to multi 13 screen
display.
Operation can be performed solely with DSR-3716.
MULTI
01
02
03
04
01 05
06
07
08
09
01
4
03
04
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Press [PLUS] button to return to the
previous display.
z The time required for updating differs for each image.
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VIEWING VIDEO FROM A CAMERA
2
Viewing with automatic screen
selection
The content of the split screen will automatically toggle
between video from cameras No. 1 through No. 4 and
video from cameras No. 5 through No. 8, No. 9 through
No. 12 and No. 13 through No. 16
On the DSR-3709, the video changes automatically in
order of cameras No. 1-4, 5-8, 9-3, etc.
Setting automatic full screen selection
Use the following procedure when viewing a full screen to
have the displayed video change automatically based on
camera numbers.
1
Press the [SEQUENCE] button.
Press the [SEQUENCE] button.
02
01
The SEQUENCE indicator starts to flash and the displayed
video changes automatically based on camera numbers.
04
03
08
07
12
11
15
16
Returning to normal quad-screen display
01-01-04 00:00:00 REC REPEAT EN A ALARM 0000
01
04-01-01 00:00:00 REC REPEATENA ALARM 0000
02
01-01-01 00:00:00 REC REPEATENA ALARM 0000
15
02-01-01 00:00:00 REC REPEATENA ALARM 0000
16
3
Press the [SEQUENCE] button once again.
Automatic selection ends and normal quad-screen display
returns.
z It is possible to specify the cameras for which automatic
selection is to be carried out. (JP.102)
z Automatic selection cannot be used with playback
video.
Canceling automatic selection
2
Viewing on the monitor 2
Either press the [SEQUENCE] button
once again or press the appropriate
[CAMERA SELECT], [QUAD], or [MULTI]
button.
When a monitor 2 is connected to the monitor 2 output
terminal on the digital video recorder’s rear panel, this
monitor can be used to view video from a single camera or
to automatically scroll through video from all cameras,
even if the main monitor is currently displaying video in
split-screen format. In addition, it is also possible to display
video on the monitor 2 automatically from any camera for
which an alarm has occurred. By default, automatic full
screen selection is carried out.
Automatic selection ends and the display returns to the
normal screen.
Setting automatic quad-screen selection
1
Press the [QUAD] button.
Change the monitor 2 setting
The QUAD indicator lights up and the monitor display is
divided in four.
1
QUAD
Press the [MON2] button.
The MON2 indicator lights up.
01
MON2
02
CARD
03
04
MENU
RESET
EJECT
[MON2] button
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VIEWING VIDEO FROM A CAMERA
z Monitor 2 operation is not possible when a menu screen
is being displayed.
z As the [EXIT/OSD] button is pressed, the operating
display moves to a different location or is hidden in the
same manner as the main monitor. (JP.16)
z If the monitor 2 is not synchronized with the connected
cameras, vertical picture instability may occur upon the
switching of camera video.
Displaying alarm video in full screen format
2
Press the No. 4 [CAMERA SELECT]
button.
Set “MON.2 DISPLAY” from <ALARM
OPERATION SET> to “ON”. (JP.84)
OPERATION
1
Selecting Camera No. 4 for full screen
When an alarm occurs, the corresponding video is
displayed in full screen format on the monitor 2.
The video from Camera No. 4 is displayed in full screen
format on the monitor 2.
01-01-04
00:00:00
CARD
MENU
RESET
EJECT
02
Monitor 2
01-01-04
Main Monitor
00:00:00
Ending the monitor 2 setting procedure
03
01
04
07
1
06
08
Press the [MON2] button.
The MON2 indicator turns off.
09
MON2
Setting automatic full screen selection
1
Press the [SEQUENCE] button.
The video displayed on the monitor 2 changes
automatically based on camera numbers.
Press the [SEQUENCE] button once again to cancel
automatic selection.
z Playback video cannot be viewed on the monitor 2.
CARD
MENU
RESET
EJECT
Monitor 2
01-01-04
Main Monitor
00:00:00
03
01
04
01-01-04
07
06
08
09
00:00:00
05
06
03
04
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RECORDING
POWER indicator
FULL indicator
CARD
MENU
RESET
EJECT
[REC/STOP] button
Normal recording
Timer recording
Use the following procedure to record the monitored video
for a preset length of time in the normal recording area.
Recording will not be possible until a time has been set for
the digital video recorder. Make sure to set the time. (JP.17)
Use the following procedure to record the monitored video
in the normal recording area.
Recording will not be possible until a time has been set for
the digital video recorder. Make sure to set the time.
(JP.17)
1
1
Press the [REC/STOP] button.
Press the [TIMER] button.
The TIMER indicator lights up and the digital video
recorder enters timer recording standby mode.
The REC/STOP indicator lights up, “REC” appears onscreen (i.e., the recording symbol), and recording starts.
Recording symbol
REC/STOP
[TIMER] button
TIMER
0
01-01-04 00:00:00 REC REPEAT EN A ALARM 0000
0
01-01-04 00:00:00 REC REPEAT EN A ALARM 0000
02
(1) See P.74 for more details on timer recording settings.
(2) At the time specified for the start of timer recording, the
REC/STOP indicator lights up, “REC” appears onscreen (i.e., the recording symbol), and recording starts.
(3) At the time specified for the end of timer recording, the
REC/STOP indicator turns off, and recording ends.
The [TIMER] button remains lit up.
02
z When recording for the first time, the default settings
are used. For details regarding modification of the
picture quality or recording rate, see P.71.
z When the space remaining in the normal recording area
drops below a preset value, the FULL indicator on the
digital video recorder’s front panel starts to flash. If
recording is continued beyond this point, the normal
recording area will become full, recording will stop, and
the FULL indicator will stop flashing and remain lit. In
such a case, use the <RECORDING AREA SET>
screen to perform “AREA FULL RESET” for the normal
recording area, thus allowing recording to start again
from the beginning. (JP.67)
z Playback is possible even while recording. See P.26 for
more details.
z When the space remaining in the normal recording area
drops below a preset value, the FULL indicator on the
digital video recorder’s front panel starts to flash. If
recording is continued beyond this point, the normal
recording area will become full, recording will stop, and
the FULL indicator will stop flashing and remain lit. In
such a case, use the <RECORDING AREA SET> menu
to perform “AREA FULL RESET” for the normal
recording area, thus allowing recording to start again
from the beginning. (JP.67)
z Playback is possible even while recording. See P.26 for
more details.
Ending normal recording
2
Stopping timer recording before completion
Press and hold the [REC/STOP] button
for approximately 3 seconds.
2
“REC” disappears from the operation display and
recording ends.
The TIMER indicator turns off and recording ends.
REC/STOP
English
Press the [TIMER] button.
TIMER
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POWER indicator
[EXIT/OSD] button
ALARM FULL indicator
CARD
MENU
RESET
EJECT
01-01-04 00:00:00 REC REPEAT EN A ALARM 0000
Use the following procedure to automatically record alarm
video to the alarm recording area when an alarm signal is
detected.
Recording will not be possible until a time has been set for
the digital video recorder. Make sure to set the time.
(JP.17)
1
z If an alarm occurs during normal recording or timer
recording, the recording operation will be cancelled.
z A maximum of 16,000 alarm recordings can be made
on one hard disk. If hard disk expansion is carried out,
this number can be increased to 32,000. Note,
however, since settings for each condition will affect the
maximum number of recordings that can be made, be
sure to check menu settings and display content.
Follow the instructions on P.77 to set “7. ALARM REC
MODE SET” from <RECORD SET>.
MOVE:JOG
2
Counts the number
of alarms.
Values between
0000 and 9999 can
be displayed.
02
Set alarm recording.
<RECORD SET>
1.NORMAL REC EASY SET
2.RECORDING AREA SET
3.RECORDING CONDITIONS SET
4.NORMAL REC MODE SET
5.PROGRAM REC SET
6.TIMER SET
7.ALARM REC MODE SET
8.ALARM OPERATION SET
OPERATION
Alarm recording
->
->
->
->
->
->
->
->
3
End alarm recording.
When the alarm duration has expired (default setting: 20
seconds), both “REC” and “ALARM” finish flashing from
the operation display and recording stops.
SELECT:SHUTTLE
Press the [EXIT/OSD] button.
The setting procedure is ended and the display returns to
the normal screen.
z When the space remaining in the alarm recording area
drops below a preset value, the ALARM FULL indicator
on the digital video recorder’s front panel starts to flash.
If recording is continued beyond this point, the alarm
recording area will become full, recording will stop, and
the ALARM FULL indicator will stop flashing and remain
lit. In such a case, use the <RECORDING AREA SET>
menu to perform “AREA FULL RESET” for the alarm
recording area, thus allowing recording to start again
from the beginning. (JP.67)
z When normal recording area is set to “*0%,” alarm
recording can be executed as long as there is
remaining space on the hard disk. More than 16,000
alarm recordings can be recorded on each hard disk.
(JP.65)
EXIT/OSD
When an alarm signal is detected
z When an alarm signal is detected, “ALARM” flashes in
the operation display and the alarm recording starts
(indicated by “REC”).
z Alarm video is recorded to the alarm recording area.
z Whenever an alarm occurs, the number of alarms as
indicated in the operation display is incremented.
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RECORDING
Pre-alarm recording
If an alarm is detected
Pre-alarm recording is automatically ended and alarm
recording starts.
z “PRE” from the operation display area is replaced by
“ALARM”, and “ALARM” starts to flash.
Use the following procedure to record video from
immediately before occurrence of an alarm.
1
Set pre-alarm recording.
01-01-04 00:00:00 REC REPEAT EN A ALARM 0000
Follow the instructions on P.79 set “7. ALARM REC MODE
SET” from <RECORD SET> to “PRE-ALARM
RECORDING”.
<ALARM REC MODE SET>
ALARM RECORDING
: ENABLED
PICTURE QUALITY
: ENHANCED
AUDIO RECORDING
: ON
ALARM INTERLEAVE
: ONLY
REC RATE: A 15FPS,
DURATION: 20SEC
PRE-ALARM RECORDING
: ON
REC RATE: A 15FPS,
DURATION: 1MIN
=> (00371 ALARMS CAN BE RECORDED)
ALARM TRIGGER
: ALARM
MOTION SENSOR
->
2
02
z When recording for the first time, the default settings
are used. For details regarding modification of the
picture quality or recording rate, see P.71.
z When the space remaining in the alarm recording area
drops below a preset value, the ALARM FULL indicator
on the digital video recorder’s front panel starts to flash.
If recording is continued beyond this point, the alarm
recording area will become full, recording will stop, and
the ALARM FULL indicator will stop flashing and remain
lit. In such a case, use the <RECORDING AREA SET>
menu to perform “AREA FULL RESET” for the alarm
recording area, thus allowing recording to start again
from the beginning. (JP.67)
Press the [EXIT/OSD] button.
The setting procedure is ended and the display returns to
the normal screen.
“PRE” appears in the operation display area. Pre-alarm
recording starts (without the “REC” symbol being
displayed).
EXIT/OSD
01-01-04 00:00:00
EN A PRE 0000
ALARM FULL indicator
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PLAYBACK
Use the following procedure to play video stored in the normal recording area (during normal or timer recording).
Normal
recording area
POWER indicator
[ZOOM] button [PLAY/STOP] button
Shuttle dial
CARD
Jog dial
OPERATION
MENU
RESET
EJECT
[QUAD] button
[MULTI] button
[CAMERA SELECT] buttons
[SHUTTLE HOLD] button
Playing video on a full screen
1
Fast-forward and fast-rewind
playback
Press the [PLAY/STOP] button.
1
The PLAY/STOP indicator lights up, and “ ” appears in
the operation display area. Video stored in the normal
recording area is played back. Use the appropriate
[CAMERA SELECT] button to select the camera whose
video is to be played.
PLAY/STOP
Operation
display area
01-01-04 00:00:00
[STILL] button
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise or
counter-clockwise during video
playback.
EN A ALARM 0000
When turned clockwise, the symbol “ ” appears in the
operation display area and fast-forward playback is
started.
When turned counter-clockwise, the symbol “ ” appears
in the operation display area and fast-rewind playback is
started.
Normal playback is resumed when you release the shuttle
dial.
02
z Video playback begins at the start point of recording.
z If the start point of recording has been cleared or reset,
video playback will start from the earliest recording.
z When playback ends, the digital video recorder pauses
automatically.
The operation display area indicates that playback is
paused (using “ ”), and the STILL indicator lights.
z After being paused or stopped, playback resumes from
the stop point.
z If the [SHUTTLE HOLD] button is pressed while the
shuttle dial is being turned and either “ ” or “ ” is
displayed, the speed of fast-rewind or fast-forward
playback will be maintained even after the dial is
released.
Ending playback
2
Press the [PLAY/STOP] button.
Playback ends.
PLAY/STOP
„ Playing video near the point of recording
The digital video recorder prioritizes recording operations,
and as a result, video playback may pause temporarily.
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(2) Returning to normal playback.
SHUTTLE HOLD Press the [SHUTTLE HOLD] button to
turn off SHUTTLE HOLD indicator.
Turn the shuttle dial either clockwise
or counter-clockwise to display “ ” in
the operation display area.
Normal video playback is restored.
Changing the playback speed
Starting fast-forward or slow playback
(1) Performing fast-forward.
When the jog dial is turned clockwise,
fast-forward playback is started and the
symbol “ ” appears in the operation
display area.
Enlarging the playback video
1
(2) Performing slow playback.
When the jog dial is turned counterclockwise, slow playback is started and
the symbol “ ” appears in the
operation display area.
Press the [ZOOM] button during
playback or monitoring of camera video.
ZOOM indicator lights and a zoom frame appears in the
center of the screen.
ZOOM
(3) Returning to normal playback.
Turn the jog dial slightly clockwise to
display “ ”.
2
z Audio will not be played during fast-forward, fastrewind, slow, reverse-slow, and reverse playback.
Move the zoom frame to the area to be
magnified.
z Turn the jog dial clockwise to move the zoom frame to
the right.
Turn the jog dial counter-clockwise to move the zoom
frame to the left.
Starting fast-rewind or reverse-slow playback
(1) Turn the shuttle dial counter-clockwise to display
“ ” in the operation display area.
Reverse playback starts at the same
speed as normal playback.
z Turn the shuttle dial clockwise to switch to vertical
movement.
SHUTTLE HOLD
Press the [SHUTTLE HOLD] button
while “ ” is being displayed. The
SHUTTLE HOLD indicator lights up,
and even if the shuttle dial is now
released, reverse playback continues at
the current speed.
z Now, when the jog dial is turned clockwise, the zoom
frame moves down; when turned counter-clockwise, the
zoom frame moves up.
z Turn the jog dial counter-clockwise.
“ ” appears in the operation display
area and the speed of reverse
playback increases.
z Turn the jog dial clockwise.
“ ” appears in the operation display
area and the speed of reverse
playback decreases.
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z In this way, move the zoom frame to enclose the area of
video to be magnified.
Viewing still images
1
Press the [STILL] button during
playback.
The STILL indicator lights up and playback video is paused.
The symbol “ ” appears in the operation display area.
STILL
REPEAT EN A ALARM 0000
OPERATION
3
01-01-04 00:00:00
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
The area enclosed by the zoom frame is magnified (by a
factor of 2).
02
To resume playback
2
Press the [STILL] button once again.
Normal playback is restored.
STILL
02
Returning to normal magnification
4
Press the [ZOOM] button.
Magnification is cancelled and the display returns to the
normal screen. ZOOM indicator turns off.
ZOOM
02
z Magnification is not possible on monitor 2 or during
quad screen, multi-screen (9 screens/ 16 screens), or
plus screen display.
z Magnified video has a slightly coarser appearance
when compared with normal video.
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2
Performing frame advance
(forward or reverse)
1
Each time this button is pressed, the content of the split
screen will toggle between video from cameras No. 1
through No. 4 and video from cameras No. 5 through No.
8, No. 9 through No. 12 and No. 13 through No. 16.
On the DSR-3709, the images change in order of cameras
No. 1-4, 5-8, 9-3, etc.
Turn the jog dial clockwise or counterclockwise while playback is paused.
Clockwise: The still image is moved forward by one frame
or field.
Counter-clockwise: The still image is moved back by one
frame or field.
01-01-04 00:00:00
Press the [QUAD] button.
QUAD
REPEAT EN A ALARM 0000
05
06
07
08
„ Returning to full screen display
02
Press the [CAMERA SELECT] button.
z The jog dial can be turned to increase the speed of
frame advance.
Playing video on multi 9 or multi 16 screens
1
Press the [MULTI] button.
The MULTI indicator lights up and video from nine
separate cameras is displayed simultaneously. Press the
[MULTI] button again to display video from 16 cameras.
The DSR-3709 can only display video from nine cameras
at a time.
z When the images from normal recording area and
alarm recording area are played back in succession, the
quality of the picture may drop momentarily as playback
switches from one recording area to another.
z If normal, fast-forward, or fast-rewind playback is
carried out either for playback during alarm recording or
for continuous playback from the normal recording area
and alarm recording area, the image may seem to have
paused in certain cases.
MULTI
MULTI
Playing video on multiple screens
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
If you are recording video from a number of different
cameras, the following procedures can be used to play the
recorded video in multi-screen format.
08
13
14
09
15
16
„ Returning to full screen display
Press the [CAMERA SELECT] button.
Playing video on quad screens
1
Press the [QUAD] button during
playback.
z In the case of quad, multi 9 and 16 screen display you
can change the position in which playback video is
displayed. (JP.100)
The QUAD indicator lights up and the monitor display is
divided in four.
QUAD
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01
02
03
04
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SEARCHING FOR RECORDED VIDEO
Images stored in the normal recording area, alarm
recording area or archive area can be located by
searching and can then be played back. Use one of the
following five search methods to locate the required video.
(1) ALARM SEARCH (JP.31)
Lets you search and playback alarm video from the
recording list.
Archive area
Alarm recording
area
Normal
recording area
[SEARCH] button
<ALARM SEARCH>
DATE TIME CH
TOTAL ALARMS
01-05 09:53 1
00016
01-05 09:53 1
01-05 09:53 1
01-05 09:53 1
01-05 09:52 1
01-05 09:51 1
01-05 09:51 1
01-05 03:10 1
MOVE:JOG SELECT:SHUTTLE
OPERATION
NO
0016
0015
0014
0013
0012
0011
0010
0009
(2) ALARM THUMBNAIL SEARCH (JP.32)
Lets you search and playback alarm video using a
thumbnail list.
Shuttle dial
0016
0015
0014
0013
0012
0011
0010
0009
0008
CARD
Jog dial
MENU
RESET
EJECT
[ALARM] buttons
(3) TIME/DATE SEARCH (JP.32)
Lets you search and playback recorded video based
on date and time.
Searching from the <SEARCH> screen
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
<TIME/DATE SEARCH>
RECORDING TOP : 01-16-04 14:46
RECORDING END : 01-19-04 13:32
CHANNEL : -SEARCH :
DATE
TIME
01-16-04
14:46
PREVIEW
->
VIEW
->
<SEARCH>
ALARM SEARCH
ALARM THUMBNAIL SEARCH
TIME/DATE SEARCH
ARCHIVE AREA SEARCH
MOTION DETECTION SEARCH
->
->
->
->
->
(5)
CHANGE:JOG SET:SHUTTLE
MOVE:JOG SELECT:SHUTTLE
(4) ARCHIVE AREA SEARCH (JP.34)
Lets you playback video that has been stored in the
archive area.
z During the playback of video, you can use the frontpanel buttons, the shuttle dial, and the jog dial to
perform operations such as pause and fast-forward.
NO
0001
0002
0003
0004
0005
0006
0007
0008
z Search is unavailable during playback or menu display.
<ARCHIVE AREA SEARCH>
DATE START CH
CAPACITY
01-01 01:48 1
TOTAL - 816MB
01-05 09:53 1
USED - 16MB
01-01 02:41 1
01-02 03:10 1
01-02 04:25 1
01-04 02:40 1
01-04 01:25 1
01-04 01:25 1
MOVE:JOG SELECT:SHUTTLE
(5) MOTION DETECTION SEARCH (JP.34)
Lets you search and playback video of moving objects
detected by motion sensors.
<MOTION
SEARCH FROM
START
END
DETECTION SEARCH>
: ALARM
: 01-01-04 00:40
: 01-05-04 10:17
CHANNEL
START PREVIEW
MOVE:JOG
30
: -->
SELECT:SHUTTLE
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
LEVEL : OFF
-
-
-
-
-
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3
Alarm search
A preview of the selected alarm video is displayed in the
preview screen. In this case, the video from the instant of
alarm occurrence is displayed.
Use the following procedure to search and playback all
video stored in the alarm recording area. If pre-alarm video
is being recorded, playback will start from immediately
before the alarm.
1
Press the [SEARCH] button while the
digital video recorder is recording or
stopped.
z To display the next or previous recording
Turn the jog dial clockwise or counter-clockwise accordingly.
The SEARCH indicator lights up and the <SEARCH>
screen is displayed.
SEARCH
<SEARCH>
ALARM SEARCH
ALARM THUMBNAIL SEARCH
TIME/DATE SEARCH
ARCHIVE AREA SEARCH
MOTION DETECTION SEARCH
Turn the jog dial to select the video for
playback.
z To leave search mode
Press the [SEARCH] button. SEARCH indicator turns off.
->
->
->
->
->
4
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
The selected recording is played back in full screen mode.
01-01-04 00:00:00
EN A ALARM 0000
MOVE:JOG SELECT:SHUTTLE
2
Turn the jog dial to select “ALARM
SEARCH”, and then turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
02
The <ALARM SEARCH> screen is displayed.
The eight most-recent alarm recordings are displayed.
(1)
NO
0016
0015
0014
0013
0012
0011
0010
0009
(2)
(3)
„ To view pre-alarm video
After beginning playback of an alarm recording identified by
an alarm search, use the shuttle dial to reverse playback.
(4)
<ALARM SEARCH>
DATE TIME CH
TOTAL ALARMS
01-05 09:53 1
00016
01-05 09:53 1
01-05 09:53 1
01-05 09:53 1
01-05 09:52 1
01-05 09:51 1
01-05 09:51 1
01-05 03:10 1
MOVE:JOG SELECT:SHUTTLE
To view alarm video before or after the current
playback
1
(5)
Press the appropriate [ALARM] button
during playback.
ALARM
01-01-04 00:00:00
EN A ALARM 0000
(1) NO:
Indicates the alarm number.
(2) DATE/TIME:
Indicates the date and time at which the alarm video
was recorded.
02
z Each time the “
” button is pressed, playback will
skip to the preceding alarm video recording.
z Each time the “
” button is pressed, playback will
skip to the subsequent alarm video recording.
(3) CH:
Indicates the alarm video’s channel (or camera
number).
(4) TOTAL ALARMS:
Indicates the total number of alarm video recordings.
z When playback is performed after an alarm search, the frame
at the start and end of each alarm recording will be paused.
Press the appropriate [ALARM] button to play the
previous or next alarm recording.
z You can use the front-panel buttons, the shuttle dial, and the
jog dial to perform operations such as pause and fast-forward.
(5) Preview:
Displays the selected alarm video.
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Alarm thumbnail search
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
The selected recording is played back in full screen mode.
Use the following procedure to display all of the alarm
recordings stored in the alarm recording area as
thumbnails list.
1
Press the [SEARCH] button while the
digital video recorder is recording or
stopped.
„ To view pre-alarm video
The SEARCH indicator lights up and the <SEARCH>
screen is displayed.
OPERATION
After beginning playback of an alarm recording identified
by an alarm search, use the shuttle dial to reverse
playback.
SEARCH
2
z In the same way as for alarm searching, playback is
only possible within each individual alarm recording.
Press the appropriate [ALARM] button to play the
previous or next recording.
z You can use the front-panel buttons, the shuttle dial,
and the jog dial to perform operations such as pause
and fast-forward.
Turn the jog dial and select “ALARM
THUMBNAIL SEARCH”.
<SEARCH>
ALARM SEARCH
ALARM THUMBNAIL SEARCH
TIME/DATE SEARCH
ARCHIVE AREA SEARCH
MOTION DETECTION SEARCH
->
->
->
->
->
Time/date search
Use the following procedure to play a recording from the
normal recording area (i.e., a normal recording or timer
recording) or alarm recording area by specifying its date
and time.
MOVE:JOG SELECT:SHUTTLE
3
1
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
The nine most-recent alarm recordings are displayed.
An alarm number is indicated together with each alarm
recording, and the number of the currently selected
recording will flash.
Press the [SEARCH] button while the
digital video recorder is recording or
stopped.
The SEARCH indicator lights up and the <SEARCH>
screen is displayed.
SEARCH
4
0016
0015
0014
0013
0012
0011
0010
0009
0008
2
Turn the jog dial to select “TIME/DATE
SEARCH”.
<SEARCH>
ALARM SEARCH
ALARM THUMBNAIL SEARCH
TIME/DATE SEARCH
ARCHIVE AREA SEARCH
MOTION DETECTION SEARCH
Turn the jog dial to select the alarm
recording for playback.
The alarm number for the selected recording will start to
flash.
->
->
->
->
->
MOVE:JOG SELECT:SHUTTLE
z To display the next or previous recording
Turn the jog dial clockwise or counter-clockwise
accordingly.
z To leave search mode
Press the [SEARCH] button. SEARCH indicator turns off.
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4
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
After searching, the recording for the date and time
settings is displayed in the preview screen.
The <TIME/DATE SEARCH> screen is displayed.
(1)
(3)
(5)
(2)
(4)
(6)
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
<TIME/DATE SEARCH>
RECORDING TOP : 10-01-04 14:46
RECORDING END : 10-30-04 13:32
CHANNEL : -SEARCH :
DATE
TIME
10-26-04
20:30
PREVIEW
->
VIEW
->
<TIME/DATE SEARCH>
RECORDING TOP : 10-01-04 14:46
RECORDING END : 10-30-04 13:32
CHANNEL : 05
SEARCH :
DATE
TIME
10-26-04
20:30
PREVIEW
->
SEARCHING
VIEW
->
CHANGE:JOG SET:SHUTTLE
CHANGE:JOG SET:SHUTTLE
(1) RECORDING TOP:
Indicates the date/time of the earliest video recording.
z If no recording exists for the specified time
The closest recording to the specified time is displayed.
z To leave search mode
Press the [SEARCH] button. The display returns to the
normal screen.
(2) RECORDING END:
Indicates the date/time of the most-recent video
recording.
(3) CHANNEL:
Used to enter the channel (or camera number) for
playback.
5
(4) SEARCH:
Used to enter the date/time of the recording to be
played.
Turn the jog dial clockwise to select
“VIEW”, and then turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
The selected recording is played back on the full screen.
(5) PREVIEW:
Select this option and turn the shuttle dial clockwise to
display the preview screen.
(6) VIEW:
Select this option and turn the shuttle dial clockwise to
play the recording.
Example: To search for a recording from camera 5
from 8:30 pm on October 26, 2004
Date and time
for searching
(1)
10-26-04
20 : 30
(2) (3) (4)
(5) (6)
z The retrieved video can be displayed on the full screen
without displaying the preview screen by entering the
date and time, and by then selecting “VIEW”.
z You can use the front-panel buttons, the shuttle dial,
and the jog dial to perform operations such as pause
and fast-forward.
z If “CHANNEL” is set to “--” and playback is started, this
will take place on the multi screen.
<TIME/DATE SEARCH>
RECORDING TOP : 10-01-04 14:46
RECORDING END : 10-30-04 13:32
CHANNEL : 05
SEARCH :
DATE
TIME
10-26-04
20:30
PREVIEW
->
VIEW
->
CHANGE:JOG SET:SHUTTLE
Turn the jog dial to select “CHANNEL”.
(1) Turn the shuttle dial clockwise, turn the jog dial to
select “05”, and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise
once again.
(2) Turn the shuttle dial clockwise, and then turn the jog
dial to change to “10” (month).
(3) Turn the shuttle dial clockwise, and then turn the jog
dial to change to “26” (day).
(4) Turn the shuttle dial clockwise, and then turn the jog
dial to select “04” (year).
(5) Turn the shuttle dial clockwise, and then turn the jog
dial to select “20” (hour).
(6) Turn the shuttle dial clockwise, turn the jog dial to
change to “30” (minutes), and then turn the shuttle dial
clockwise once again.
The cursor moves to “PREVIEW”.
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Archive area search
The selected image is displayed on the preview screen.
Use the following procedure to playback video that has
been stored in the archive area.
1
Turn the jog dial to select the video for
playback.
Press the [SEARCH] button while the
digital video recorder is recording or
stopped.
OPERATION
z To display the next or previous recording
Turn the jog dial clockwise or counter-clockwise
accordingly.
The SEARCH indicator lightsup and the <SEARCH>
screen is displayed.
SEARCH
2
z Up to eight recordings can be displayed in the
<ARCHIVE AREA SEARCH> screen.
z To leave search mode
Press the [SEARCH] button. SEARCH indicator turns
off.
Turn the jog dial to select “ARCHIVE
AREA SEARCH”.
<SEARCH>
ALARM SEARCH
ALARM THUMBNAIL SEARCH
TIME/DATE SEARCH
ARCHIVE AREA SEARCH
MOTION DETECTION SEARCH
->
->
->
->
->
5
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
The selected recording is played back on the full screen.
MOVE:JOG SELECT:SHUTTLE
3
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
Motion detection search
The <ARCHIVE AREA SEARCH> screen is displayed.
This screen lists the eight most-recent recordings in the
order in which archiving was performed.
(1)
NO
0001
0002
0003
0004
0005
0006
0007
0008
(2)
(3)
By setting the motion sensor for recordings from the
normal recording area (i.e., normal recordings and timer
recordings) or alarm recording area, variations from these
recordings as a result of the presence of an intruder or the
like can be detected, and the corresponding video can be
played back.
(4)
<ARCHIVE AREA SEARCH>
DATE START CH
CAPACITY
01-01 01:48 1
TOTAL - 816MB
01-05 09:53 1
USED - 16MB
01-01 02:41 1
01-02 03:10 1
01-02 04:25 1
01-04 02:40 1
01-04 01:25 1
01-04 01:25 1
MOVE:JOG SELECT:SHUTTLE
(5)
(6)
z When a camera number (or channel) is specified,
searching will only be carried out for that camera.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
NO: Indicates the archive number.
DATE: Indicates the date of recording.
START: Indicates the start time for the recording.
CH: Indicates the channel (or camera number) for the
recording.
(5) TOTAL: Indicates the total capacity of the archive
area.
(6) USED: Indicates the amount of the archive area that
has been used.
1
Press the [SEARCH] button while the
digital video recorder is recording or
stopped.
SEARCH indicator lights up and the <SEARCH> screen is
displayed.
SEARCH
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Turn the jog dial to select “MOTION
DETECTION SEARCH”, and then turn
the shuttle dial clockwise.
The <MOTION DETECTION SEARCH> screen is
displayed.
<MOTION
SEARCH FROM
START
END
Example: 4
DETECTION SEARCH>
: ALARM
: 01-01-04 00:40
: 01-05-04 10:17
CHANNEL
: --
START PREVIEW
6
->
MOVE:JOG
3
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise, and
then turn the jog dial to select a camera
number.
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
The cursor moves to “START PREVIEW”.
SELECT:SHUTTLE
<MOTION
SEARCH FROM
START
END
Turn the jog dial to select “SEARCH
FROM”, and then turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
CHANNEL
START PREVIEW
The ALARM indicator starts to flash.
<MOTION
SEARCH FROM
START
END
MOVE:JOG
DETECTION SEARCH>
: ALARM
: 01-01-04 00:40
: 01-05-04 10:17
CHANNEL
7
SELECT:SHUTTLE
(1)
(2)
(4)
Example: ALARM
The cursor moves to “CHANNEL”.
START PREVIEW
MOVE:JOG
‹ALARM
English
(5)
->
(2) END:
Indicates the date and time of recording of the final
image in the selected recording area(s).
SELECT:SHUTTLE
(3) MOTION SENSOR:
Indicates the motion sensor setting.
: --
(4) PREVIEW:
Displays the selected start image.
[Settings] (‹indicates default setting)
Setting
(3)
START :
01-05-04 10:00
END :
01-05-04 10:17
MOTION SENSOR ->
PREVIEW
->
VIEW
->
MOVE:JOG SELECT:SHUTTLE
(1) START:
Indicates the date and time of recording of the first
image in the selected recording area(s).
DETECTION SEARCH>
: ALARM
: 01-01-04 00:40
: 01-05-04 10:17
CHANNEL
SELECT:SHUTTLE
<MOTION DETECTION SEARCH>
SEARCH FROM : ALARM
/ CHANNEL : 4
Turn the jog dial to select a search area,
and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
<MOTION
SEARCH FROM
START
END
->
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
->
MOVE:JOG
:4
The screen changes and the preview screen for Camera
No. 4 appears.
: --
START PREVIEW
4
DETECTION SEARCH>
: ALARM
: 01-01-04 00:40
: 01-05-04 10:17
(5) VIEW:
Plays the selected recording on the full screen.
Description
Searching will only be performed for
recordings in the alarm recording area.
NORMAL
Searching will only be performed for
recordings in the normal recording area.
ALARM &
NORMAL
Searching will be performed for recordings
in the alarm recording area and normal
recording area.
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(2) Turn the shuttle dial clockwise to set a motion sensor.
: ON, : OFF
Set the motion sensor to use for searching
1
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise while
video is being displayed on the preview
screen.
(1) Turn the jog dial to set the start date and time for
motion sensing (i.e., 10 AM on the same day), and
then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
The recording for the selected time is displayed in the
preview screen. The cursor moves to the “END” date
and time.
(3) Use the jog dial in the same way to set sensors at
other locations.
<MOTION DETECTION SEARCH>
SEARCH FROM : ALARM
/ CHANNEL : 4
Set the start
date and time.
START :
01-05-04 10:00
END :
01-05-04 10:17
MOTION SENSOR ->
PREVIEW
->
VIEW
->
MOVE:JOG SELECT:SHUTTLE
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
LEVEL : OFF
-
-
-
OPERATION
Typical
setting
-
-
EXIT
z All sensors on the same line as the cursor can be turned
on simultaneously by pressing the [MENU RESET] button.
3
(2) Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
(3) Turn the jog dial to set the end date and time for
motion sensing (i.e., 8 PM on the same day), and then
turn the shuttle dial clockwise. The cursor moves to
“MOTION SENSOR”.
Turn the jog dial to move the cursor to
“LEVEL”, and then turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
“OFF” flashes.
<MOTION DETECTION SEARCH>
SEARCH FROM : ALARM
/ CHANNEL : 4
Set the end date
and time.
2
START :
01-05-04 10:00
END :
01-05-04 20:00
MOTION SENSOR ->
PREVIEW
->
VIEW
->
MOVE:JOG SELECT:SHUTTLE
4
Turn the jog dial to select “OFF” or a
sensitivity level between “1” and “10”,
and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
After setting the sensitivity level, the cursor moves to “EXIT”.
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
The motion sensor setting screen is displayed.
Use the following procedure to set motion sensors at
locations where movement is to be detected and viewed.
[Settings] (‹ indicates default setting)
Setting
(1) Turn the jog dial clockwise or counter-clockwise to
move the cursor to the position where a sensor is to
be set.
‹OFF
1 to 10
5
Description
Motion sensing is not carried out.
Motion sensing is carried out. Lower values correspond to higher sensitivities.
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
The display returns to the <MOTION DETECTION
SEARCH> screen.
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Turn the jog dial to select “PREVIEW”.
<MOTION DETECTION SEARCH>
SEARCH FROM : ALARM
/ CHANNEL : 4
START :
01-05-04 10:00
END :
01-05-04 20:00
MOTION SENSOR ->
PREVIEW
->
VIEW
->
MOVE:JOG SELECT:SHUTTLE
7
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
Each time the shuttle dial is turned clockwise, a different
motion sensor screen will be displayed on the preview
screen.
„ If “NOT FOUND” is displayed
Carry out motion sensor setting again.
Viewing video detected by the motion sensor
on a full screen
8
Turn the jog dial to select “VIEW”, and
then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
Normal playback will be started for the specified recording.
z By specifying a camera number (or channel) and
performing MOTION DETECTION SEARCH, playback
can be carried out for only the specified camera
number.
In such a case, the title information, date information,
and/or time information may partially disappear.
z To playback a recording from a different camera, stop
the current playback and then repeat the setting
process from the beginning.
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Use the procedures described below to copy important video stored in the normal recording area or the alarm recording area
to the digital video recorder’s archive area, a CompactFlash card, a Microdrive or CD-R/RW.
Copying video to the hard disk’s archive area (JP.39)
Copy
Copy
Alarm recording
area
Archive area
OPERATION
CARD
MENU
RESET
EJECT
Normal recording area
Copying video to a CompactFlash card or Microdrive (JP.41)
Automatic copy
Alarm recording
area
Automatic copy
Archive area
Normal recording area
CF card
Microdrive
Copying video to a CD-R/RW (JP.45)
Automatic copy
Alarm recording
area
Automatic copy
Archive area
USB
Normal recording area
CD-R/RW
z If archive area becomes full, copy important video to a
CompactFlash card, a Microdrive or CD-R/RW. (JP.41)
Following this, delete data from the archive area using
“AREA FULL RESET” from the “ARCHIVE AREA” in
“2.RECORDING AREA SET” on the <RECORD SET>
sub-menu. (JP.67)
z Copied data is stored as a continuous recording.
z When video is being downloaded from the normal
recording area or alarm recording area to a
CompactFlash card, a Microdrive or CD-R/RW, it is
temporarily stored in the archive area before being
copied from there to each media. Consequently, the
amount of free space in the archive area is the
maximum amount that can be copied. Note, however,
that this video will not be retained in the archive area.
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Copying video to the hard disk’s
archive area
Turn the jog dial to select “COPY TO”,
and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
“ARCHIVE AREA” starts to flash.
[Settings] (‹ indicates default setting)
[STILL] button
Setting
Shuttle dial
‹ARCHIVE AREA
CARD
Jog dial
MENU
RESET
1
2
Video will be copied to the archive area.
(JP.39)
COMPACT FLASH
Video will be copied to a CompactFlash
card. (JP.41)
CF->PRINT
Copy to a CompactFlash card and print
directly from a printer. (JP.43)
CD-R/RW
Copy to a CD-R/RW. This is only
displayed when a recordable CD-R/RW
drive is connected to the digital video
recorder. (JP.45)
EJECT
[COPY] button
Description
Play video from the normal recording
area or the alarm recording area.
COPY TO : ARCHIVE AREA
HOW MANY:
1 PICTURES
START
->
Press the [STILL] button when the frame
to be copied is displayed.
FORMAT : COMPACT FLASH
FORMAT START
->
STILL
CHANGE:JOG SET:SHUTTLE
5
z Images from all cameras cannot be copied
simultaneously. Use the appropriate [CAMERA
SELECT] button to select the camera whose video is to
be copied.
Turn the jog dial to select “ARCHIVE
AREA”, and then turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
The cursor moves to “HOW MANY”.
Example: Copying a specified 10-second
portion of video
3
6
Press the [COPY] button.
The COPY indicator lights up and the <COPY> screen is
displayed.
COPY
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise, and
then turn the jog dial to set “HOW
MANY” to “10”.
Any value between 1 and 60 can be set.
COPY TO :
HOW MANY:
START
ARCHIVE AREA
1 PICTURES
->
COPY TO : ARCHIVE AREA
HOW MANY: 10 PICTURES
START
->
FORMAT : COMPACT FLASH
FORMAT START
->
FORMAT : COMPACT FLASH
FORMAT START
->
CHANGE:JOG SET:SHUTTLE
CHANGE:JOG SET:SHUTTLE
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10 Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
“PICTURES” flashes.
COPY TO : ARCHIVE AREA
HOW MANY: 10 PICTURES
START
->
(1) Copying to the archive area commences.
The message “COPY TO ARCHIVE AREA !” is
displayed on-screen during the copy procedure.
OPERATION
FORMAT : COMPACT FLASH
FORMAT START
->
CHANGE:JOG SET:SHUTTLE
8
Turn the jog dial to select “SECONDS”.
COPY TO ARCHIVE AREA ! < 55% >
COPY TO : ARCHIVE AREA
HOW MANY: 10 SECONDS
START
->
(2) When this procedure has been completed, “COPY
FINISHED !” is displayed.
FORMAT : COMPACT FLASH
FORMAT START
->
CHANGE:JOG SET:SHUTTLE
[Settings] (‹ indicates default setting)
Setting
‹PICTURES
9
COPY FINISHED !
Description
< 100% >
The specified number of images after the
specified location will be copied.
SECONDS
The specified duration in seconds after the
specified location will be copied.
MINUTES
The specified duration in minutes after the
specified location will be copied.
„ To cancel a copy operation
Press the [COPY] button to cancel the current copy.
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
The cursor moves to “START”.
COPY TO : ARCHIVE AREA
HOW MANY: 10 SECONDS
START
->
FORMAT : COMPACT FLASH
FORMAT START
->
CHANGE:JOG SET:SHUTTLE
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Copying video to a CompactFlash
card or Microdrive
Turn the jog dial to select “COPY TO”,
and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
“ARCHIVE AREA” flashes.
Use the following procedure to copy video either to a
Microdrive and to a CompactFlash card (Supported up to 2
GB).
COPY TO : ARCHIVE AREA
HOW MANY:
1 PICTURES
START
->
Shuttle dial
FORMAT : COMPACT FLASH
FORMAT START
->
Jog dial
CARD
CHANGE:JOG SET:SHUTTLE
MENU
RESET
EJECT
4
[COPY] button
1
Insert a CompactFlash card.
Insertion method
Turn the jog dial to select “COMPACT
FLASH”, and then turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
The cursor moves to “HOW MANY”.
Removal method
(1)
(2)
COPY TO :
HOW MANY:
START
Rear
surface
(3)
(1) Open the cover.
(2) Ensuring that it is correctly
oriented, insert the
CompactFlash card into the
CompactFlash card slot.
(3) Fold down the lever.
(3)
FORMAT : COMPACT FLASH
FORMAT START
->
(2)
CHANGE:JOG SET:SHUTTLE
5
(1)
(1) Raise the lever.
(2) Push in the lever.
(3) Remove the
CompactFlash card.
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise, and
then turn the jog dial to set “HOW
MANY”.
COPY TO :
HOW MANY:
START
Example: Copying a specified 10-second
portion of video
2
COMPACT FLASH
1 PICTURES
->
6
COMPACT FLASH
10 PICTURES
->
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
“PICTURES” flashes.
Pause playback on the image to be
copied, and then press the [COPY]
button.
COPY TO :
HOW MANY:
START
COMPACT FLASH
10 PICTURES
->
The <COPY> screen is displayed.
7
COPY
COPY TO :
HOW MANY:
START
ARCHIVE AREA
1 PICTURES
->
COPY TO :
HOW MANY:
START
FORMAT : COMPACT FLASH
FORMAT START
->
CHANGE:JOG SET:SHUTTLE
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Turn the jog dial to select “SECONDS”.
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[Settings] (‹ indicates default setting)
Setting
Description
‹PICTURES
The specified number of images after the specified location will be copied.
SECONDS
The specified duration in seconds after the specified location will be copied.
MINUTES
The specified duration in minutes after the specified location will be copied.
z Up to 40,000 images can be copied in a single
operation. When specifying the number of images using
“MINUTES”, copying will end at the point at which
40,000 images are copied.
z Alarm recordings can only be copied one event at a
time.
8
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
The cursor moves to “START”.
COPY TO :
HOW MANY:
START
COMPACT FLASH
10 SECONDS
->
FORMAT : COMPACT FLASH
FORMAT START
->
9
OPERATION
z If the CompactFlash card becomes full during the
copying process, the message “COMPACT FLASH
FULL!” will be displayed and copying will end. Press
any button to return to the normal screen. The copy
procedure should now be repeated using a new
CompactFlash card.
z JPEG images
JPEG files contain field images, and for this reason,
they will be 50% compressed in the vertical direction
when viewed using commercially-available image
processing software. These files should, therefore, be
opened using the INDEX.HTM file.
z Images copied to a CompactFlash card
Since images copied to a CompactFlash card contain
embedded coding for the detection of manipulation,
these codes can be detected using a suitable software
application. For more information, contact the dealer
from whom you purchased this digital video recorder.
z Use a FAT16 CompactFlash card. The digital video
recorder will not recognize FAT32 CompactFlash cards.
Format cards with the digital video recorder before use.
z When images are copied directly from the normal
recording area or the alarm recording area to a
CompactFlash card, these images will be temporarily
copied to the archive area. Consequently, the amount
of free space in the archive area is the maximum
amount that can be copied. Note, however, that this
data will be automatically deleted when copying has
been completed.
z When copying images to a CompactFlash card,
approximately 15 seconds will be required for 1 MB.
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
(1) Copying to the CompactFlash card starts. The
message “COPY TO COMPACT FLASH !” is
displayed on-screen at this time.
COPY TO COMPACT FLASH ! < 55% >
(2) When this has been completed, “COPY FINISHED !”
is displayed.
COPY FINISHED !
< 100% >
„ To cancel a copy operation
Press the [COPY] button to cancel the current copy.
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Printing images from CompactFlash
cards (quick print)
Viewing images copied to a CompactFlash
card on a PC
When images are copied to a CompactFlash card,
following folders are created and images are saved within
them.
Shuttle dial
CompactFlash card
SANYO
(1)
01010401
(2)
IMG00001
(3)
IMG00002
(3)
00000001.JPG
00000002.JPG
00000003.JPG
CARD
IMG00003
Jog dial
MENU
RESET
EJECT
(3)
INDEX.HTM
[COPY] button
(4)
(1) A folder with the name “SANYO” is created inside the
root directory.
(2) Within "SANYO," a folder with the date on which
images were copied to is created.
(3) Under the date folder, folders with titles starting from
“IMG00001” are created. Up to 200 images can be
saved on each folder.
(4) To view images on your PC, open the file
“INDEX.HTM” found in each date folder using a
browser (i.e., Internet Explorer 5.0 or later). You will
then be able to view the JPEG images individually or
in slide show format, etc.
1
Insert a CompactFlash card.
See P.41 for inserting a CompactFlash card.
z Use a FAT16 CompactFlash card. The digital video
recorder will not recognize FAT32 CompactFlash cards.
Format cards with the digital video recorder before use.
2
Pause playback on the image to be
copied, and then press the [COPY]
button.
The <COPY> screen is displayed.
z Playing video with audio that has been copied to a
CompactFlash card
Video with audio can be played using DVR Viewer. For
more details, refer to the “Manual for Remote Operation
by Network Connection”.
COPY
COPY TO :
HOW MANY:
START
ARCHIVE AREA
1 PICTURES
->
FORMAT : COMPACT FLASH
FORMAT START
->
CHANGE:JOG SET:SHUTTLE
3
Turn the jog dial to select “COPY TO”,
and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
“ARCHIVE AREA” flashes.
COPY TO : ARCHIVE AREA
HOW MANY:
1 PICTURES
START
->
FORMAT : COMPACT FLASH
FORMAT START
->
CHANGE:JOG SET:SHUTTLE
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8
Turn the jog dial to select “CF ->
PRINT”, and then turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
The cursor moves to “HOW MANY”.
COPY TO :
HOW MANY:
START
CompactFlash card
CF->PRINT
1 PICTURES
->
DCIM
102_0406
CHANGE:JOG SET:SHUTTLE
6
(1) A folder with the name “DCIM” is created inside the
root directory.
(2) Within “DCIM,” a folder with the date on which images
were copied to is created.
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise, and
then turn the jog dial to set “HOW
MANY”.
COPY TO :
HOW MANY:
START
CF->PRINT
10 PICTURES
->
z Use the “DVP-P1” Sanyo Digital Photo Printer. If
another printer is used, Sanyo cannot be responsible
for failures in performance or operation.
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise and turn
the jog dial to set units.
COPY TO :
HOW MANY:
START
00000001.JPG
00000002.JPG
00000003.JPG
OPERATION
101_0406
FORMAT : COMPACT FLASH
FORMAT START
->
5
100_0406
z If the location of the date needs to be moved when
printing, change operation display area at copying.
(JP.16)
When date is hidden, it is not printed.
z When “CF->PRINT” is selected, copying may take twice
as long as “COMPACT FLASH”, with approximately 30
seconds required for each megabyte of data.
CF->PRINT
10 PICTURES
->
[Settings] (‹ indicates default setting)
Setting
Description
‹PICTURES
The specified number of images after the specified location will be copied.
7
SECONDS
The specified duration in seconds after the specified location will be copied.
MINUTES
The specified duration in minutes after the specified location will be copied.
z Copies will be limited to 999 when “CF->PRINT” is
selected.
Example: Copying ends at 999 even when set to 10
minutes.
z Images copied with “CF->PRINT” settings cannot be
played on the DVR Viewer.
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
„ To cancel a copy operation
Press the [COPY] button to cancel the current copy.
The cursor moves to “START”.
COPY TO :
HOW MANY:
START
CF->PRINT
10 PICTURES
->
FORMAT : COMPACT FLASH
FORMAT START
->
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4
Copying video to CD-R/RW
1
Connect a recordable CD-R/RW drive
and insert a disk.
Turn the jog dial to select “CD-R/RW”,
and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
The cursor moves to “HOW MANY”.
COPY TO :
HOW MANY:
START
CD-R/RW
1 PICTURES
->
FORMAT : COMPACT FLASH
FORMAT START
->
CHANGE:JOG SET:SHUTTLE
5
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise, and
then turn the jog dial to set “HOW
MANY”.
Any value between 1 and 60 can be set.
z The digital video recorder has one USB terminal on the
front and one on the back, but they cannot be used
simultaneously. Connect recordable drive to either
terminal. If both sides have devices connected, the front
terminal is prioritized.
z Use the recommended CD-R/RW drive.
2
COPY TO :
HOW MANY:
START
6
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
“PICTURES” flashes.
Pause playback on the image to be
copied, and then press the [COPY]
button.
COPY TO :
HOW MANY:
START
The <COPY> screen is displayed.
7
COPY
COPY TO :
HOW MANY:
START
Turn the jog dial to select the unit.
COPY TO :
HOW MANY:
START
CHANGE:JOG SET:SHUTTLE
CD-R/RW
60 MINUTES
->
[Settings] (‹ indicates default setting)
Setting
Turn the jog dial to select “COPY TO”,
and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
Description
The specified number of images after the speci‹PICTURES
fied location will be copied.
“ARCHIVE AREA” flashes.
COPY TO : ARCHIVE AREA
HOW MANY:
1 PICTURES
START
->
FORMAT : COMPACT FLASH
FORMAT START
->
CHANGE:JOG SET:SHUTTLE
English
CD-R/RW
60 PICTURES
->
ARCHIVE AREA
1 PICTURES
->
FORMAT : COMPACT FLASH
FORMAT START
->
3
CD-R/RW
60 PICTURES
->
45
SECONDS
The specified duration in seconds after the specified location will be copied.
MINUTES
The specified duration in minutes after the specified location will be copied.
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Viewing images copied to a CD-R/RW on a PC
z Up to 40,000 images can be copied in a single
operation. When specifying the number of images using
“MINUTES”, copying will end at the point at which
40,000 images are copied.
z Alarm recordings can only be copied one event at a
time.
SANYOCDR (disc name)
(1)
SANYO
(2)
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
01010401
(3)
IMG00001
(4)
IMG00002
(4)
00000001.JPG
00000002.JPG
00000003.JPG
OPERATION
8
Use the following procedure to view images copied to a
CD-R/RW on a PC.
When images are copied to a CD-R/RW the following
folders are created and images are saved within them.
IMG00003
The cursor moves to “START”.
(4)
INDEX.HTM
COPY TO :
HOW MANY:
START
(5)
CD-R/RW
60 MINUTES
->
(1) CD-R/RW disc is named “SANYOCDR.”
(2) A folder with the name “SANYO” is created inside
“SANYOCDR.”
(3) Within "SANYO," a folder with the date on which
images were copied to is created.
(4) Under the date folder, folders with titles starting from
“IMG00001” are created. Up to 200 images can be
saved on each folder.
(5) To view images on your PC, open the file
“INDEX.HTM” found in each date folder using a
browser (i.e., Internet Explorer 5.0 or later). You will
then be able to view the JPEG images individually or
in slide show format, etc.
Playback with the DVR Viewer is also possible.
FORMAT : COMPACT FLASH
FORMAT START
->
9
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
(1) Copying to the CD-R/RW starts. The message “COPY
TO CD-R/RW !” is displayed on-screen at this time.
Formatting a CompactFlash card and CD-RW
Format CompactFlash cards, microdrives, and CD-RW by
selecting media with “FORMAT” and activating “FORMAT
START.”
COPY TO CD-R/RW ! < 55% >
(2) When this has been completed, “COPY FINISHED !”
is displayed.
COPY TO :
HOW MANY:
START
COPY FINISHED !
ARCHIVE AREA
1 PICTURES
->
< 100% >
FORMAT : COMPACT FLASH
FORMAT START
->
CHANGE:JOG SET:SHUTTLE
„ To cancel a copy operation
Copying to the CD-R/RW cannot be cancelled once
started.
z CompactFlash capacity is up to 2GB.
z The USB terminal is for the use of the recommended
Sanyo CD-R/RW drive (sold separately). Nonrecommended peripherals cannot be connected.
z For recommended recordable drives, check the Sanyo
homepage or ask at your local Sanyo dealer.
Sanyo website URL:
http://www.sanyosecurity.com
z When copying to CD-R/RW drive and “NO CD-R/RW !”
appears, check that the disc is properly set. If an error
message appears when set properly, insert a new disc
and try again.
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3
[EXIT/OSD] button
[MENU] button
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
The sub-menus appear.
The cursor is positioned on the first setting item.
Shuttle dial
CARD
4
MENU
RESET
EJECT
Jog dial
Turn the jog dial to select a sub-menu,
and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
The corresponding setting screen is displayed, and the
cursor is positioned on the first item.
This section describes the menu configuration and the
menu items to be selected for each operation.
<RECORD SET>
1.NORMAL REC EASY SET
2.RECORDING AREA SET
3.RECORDING CONDITIONS SET
4.NORMAL REC MODE SET
5.PROGRAM REC SET
6.TIMER SET
7.ALARM REC MODE SET
8.ALARM OPERATION SET
Basic menu operations
1
Press the [MENU] button.
The MENU indicator lights up and the <MAIN MENU> is
displayed.
MENU
<MAIN MENU>
1.INITIAL SET
2.RECORD SET
3.GENERAL SET
4.SCREEN SET
5.POWER LOSS/USED TIME
6.INITIALIZATION LOG
7.COPY MENU SETTINGS
MOVE:JOG
MOVE:JOG
->
->
->
->
->
->
->
SELECT:SHUTTLE
<RECORDING AREA SET>
TOTAL CAPACITY
:
NORMAL RECORDING AREA
:
AREA FULL RESET ->
ALARM RECORDING AREA
:
AREA FULL RESET ->
ARCHIVE AREA
:
AREA FULL RESET ->
SELECT:SHUTTLE
->
->
->
->
->
->
->
->
82GB
80 %
19 %
1%
CAUTION : WHEN THE AREA SETTING IS CHANGED,
THE WHOLE AREA WILL BE INITIALIZED !
Moving from the <MAIN MENU> to a sub-menu
or setting screen
2
„ To return to the previous menu
Turn the shuttle dial counter-clockwise.
Turn the jog dial to select a menu.
Example: 2. RECORD SET
When you move the cursor, the selected item is displayed
in reverse.
Cursor
position
<MAIN MENU>
1.INITIAL SET
2.RECORD SET
3.GENERAL SET
4.SCREEN SET
5.POWER LOSS/USED TIME
6.INITIALIZATION LOG
7.COPY MENU SETTINGS
MOVE:JOG
5
->
->
->
->
->
->
->
Press the [EXIT/OSD] button.
The setting procedure is ended and the display returns to
the normal screen.
EXIT/OSD
SELECT:SHUTTLE
z Menus can be opened even during the recording
process.
z Menu settings cannot be changed during the recording
process. Accordingly, recording will have to be stopped
in order to allow changes to be made.
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Restoring menu setting items to their
default values
Movement and confirmation in sub-menus and
setting screens
The jog dial and shuttle dial are used for movement and
confirmation in sub-menus and setting screens.
Use the following procedure to restore only those items in
the displayed setting screen to their default values.
(2)
<RECORDING AREA SET>
TOTAL CAPACITY
:
NORMAL RECORDING AREA
:
AREA FULL RESET ->
ALARM RECORDING AREA
:
AREA FULL RESET ->
ARCHIVE AREA
:
AREA FULL RESET ->
(1)
1
82GB
80 %
2
19 %
(3)
1%
Open the screen containing the items to
be returned to default settings.
Press the [MENU RESET] button.
The displayed settings are restored to their default values.
CAUTION : WHEN THE AREA SETTING IS CHANGED,
THE WHOLE AREA WILL BE INITIALIZED !
To move the cursor
Turn the jog dial.
up or down
SETTINGS
(1)
To move the cursor
Turn the shuttle dial
(2) right or to confirm
clockwise.
an item
(3)
To change a
setting value
[MENU RESET] button
Turn the jog dial.
Entering numbers with the numeric keys
Use the [CAMERA SELECT] buttons on the front panel to
enter numbers and channels (camera numbers). Numbers
can be entered when “K” is displayed at the top-right of the
menu screen. (JP.121)
<LANGUAGE/LANGUE/IDIOMA>
ENGLISH
<CLOCK SET>
01-01-2004 THU 00:00:00
<DAYLIGHT SAVING>
MODE
:
USE
WEEK MONTH TIME
ON
1ST-SUN
04
02:00
OFF LST-SUN
10
02:00
<EXT.CLOCK SET>
ADJUST. TIME
01:00
Numbers to be
entered
K
Button guide
1 to 9
No. 1 to No. 9 [CAMERA SELECT] buttons
0
[QUAD] button
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Main menu
<MAIN MENU>
1.INITIAL SET
2.RECORD SET
3.GENERAL SET
4.SCREEN SET
5.POWER LOSS/USED TIME
6.INITIALIZATION LOG
7.COPY MENU SETTINGS
MOVE:JOG
Sub menu
Turn the jog dial to select the item to
be set, and then turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
->
->
->
->
->
->
->
<RECORD SET>
1.NORMAL REC EASY SET
2.RECORDING AREA SET
3.RECORDING CONDITIONS SET
4.NORMAL REC MODE SET
5.PROGRAM REC SET
6.TIMER SET
7.ALARM REC MODE SET
8.ALARM OPERATION SET
SELECT:SHUTTLE
MOVE:JOG
->
->
->
->
->
->
->
->
SELECT:SHUTTLE
Sub-menu configuration
The following table indicates the sub-menus or setting screens displayed by selecting items from the <MAIN MENU>.
The [MENU] button can be used in any sub-menu to scroll through each of the sub-menus in sequence.
Sub menu
Setting item
<INITIAL SET>
This sub-menu is used to make
initial settings.
1
<INITIAL SET>
1.LAUNGUAGE/CLOCK SET
2.CAMERA DETECT
3.TITLE SET
4.HOLIDAY SET
5.TIME PERIOD SET
MOVE:JOG
->
->
->
->
->
SELECT:SHUTTLE
<RECORD SET>
This sub-menu is used to set
recording and alarms.
2
<RECORD SET>
1.NORMAL REC EASY SET
2.RECORDING AREA SET
3.RECORDING CONDITIONS SET
4.NORMAL REC MODE SET
5.PROGRAM REC SET
6.TIMER SET
7.ALARM REC MODE SET
8.ALARM OPERATION SET
MOVE:JOG
->
->
->
->
->
->
->
->
SELECT:SHUTTLE
Settings or display content
Sets the language displayed on the monitor. Set the date and time
(1) LANGUAGE/CLOCK SET displayed on the normal screen and daylight saving.
Aligns the time of all digital video recorders in situations where
(JP.51)
multiple recorders are connected.
(2) CAMERA DETECT (JP.54) Automatically detects cameras that have been connected.
(3) TITLE SET (JP.55)
Sets a unique title for each camera so that these can be displayed
on-screen.
(4) HOLIDAY SET (JP.56)
Sets specific dates as holidays to have the operation for Sunday
used on those days also.
(5) TIME PERIOD SET
(JP.57)
Sets a time period for automatic camera selection and the switching
of masking and motion-sensor operations.
(1) NORMAL REC EASY
SET (JP.60)
Makes basic settings based on a number of days or recording rate.
(2) RECORDING AREA SET Displays the total capacity of the hard disk.
(JP.64)
Sets the normal recording area, the alarm recording area, the archive area.
(3) RECORDING
CONDITIONS SET
(JP.67)
Sets whether overwriting is to be performed (by deleting old video) or
recording is to be stopped when any of the hard disk’s recording
areas become full. Also sets series recording and auto delete.
(4) NORMAL REC MODE
SET (JP.71)
Sets the recording quality, audio recording, the recording rate, and
program recording.
(5) PROGRAM REC SET
(JP.73)
Sets program recording for cameras and the program recording rate.
(6) TIMER SET (JP.74)
Makes timer settings so that operations can be started at a specified
time or on a specified day.
(7) ALARM REC MODE SET
Sets alarm recording, pre-alarm recording, and motion sensors.
(JP.77)
<GENERAL SET>
This sub-menu is used to make
settings for monitor display and
the system.
3
<GENERAL SET>
1.DISPLAY SET
2.BUZZER SET
3.SECURITY LOCK SET
4.HDD SET
5.NETWORK SET
6.RS-485 SET
7.CAMERA CONTROL SET
MOVE:JOG
English
->
->
->
->
->
->
->
SELECT:SHUTTLE
(8) ALARM OPERATION
SET (JP.84)
Makes settings for alarms and displays used to detect intruders.
(1) DISPLAY SET (JP.86)
Sets display switching for the operation display area.
Enables “VIDEO LOSS” to be displayed when the camera video is
interrupted.
(2) BUZZER SET (JP.88)
Turns the buzzer on or off.
(3) SECURITY LOCK SET
(JP.89)
Sets passwords that restrict use of the digital video recorder to administrators
and designated users, thus preventing unauthorized operation.
(4) HDD SET (JP.92)
Allows confirmation of hard disk capacity and performs initialization.
Makes the required settings for mirroring.
(5) NETWORK SET (JP.93)
Makes settings to allow remote setting of the digital video recorder’s menu
items and remote monitoring of video from a PC via a network (LAN).
(6) RS-485 SET (JP.96)
Makes settings when using RS-485.
(7) CAMERA CONTROL
SET (JP.97)
Makes settings to allow control of the cameras from the digital video
recorder.
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Sub menu
Setting item
<SCREEN SET>
This sub-menu is used to make
screen settings for monitoring.
4
<SCREEN SET>
1.MULTI SCREEN
: NORMAL
QUAD POSITION SET
->
MULTI 9 POSITION SET
->
MULTI 16 POSITION SET ->
2.SEQUENCE SET
: 1S
SEQUENCE SET
->
MAIN/MON.2 MONITOR SET ->
3.MASK
: OFF
MASK SET
->
4.COLOR LEVEL SET
->
Settings or display content
(1) MULTI SCREEN
(JP.100)
Specifies the positions of video from different cameras on the quad,
multi 9 and 16 screens.
(2) SEQUENCE SET
(JP.102)
Sets the switching interval for automatic camera selection. Selects
the cameras to be displayed on both the main monitor and monitor 2
as a result of automatic selection.
(3) MASK (JP.104)
Sets video from individual cameras to be masked by a gray pattern
when it is not to be monitored. Turns each channel on and off, and
sets time synchronization.
(4) COLOR LEVEL (JP.105) Adjusts the color of video displayed on monitors.
<POWER LOSS/USED TIME>
This sub-menu is used to
confirm the date and time of
power losses and the amount of
hard disk usage.
<POWER LOSS/USED TIME>
LOSS
RECOVER
01-14 19:15 01-14 09:55
01-05 21:13 01-14 09:21
01-03 18:48 01-05 08:56
01-01 09:49 01-03 10:32
USED TIME
DISK1 USE : 00096H
DISK2 USE : -----H
POWER
: 00096H
POWER
#011
(JP.107)
Provides a display of the date and time of power losses and the
amount of hard disk usage.
(JP.108)
Displays a record of hard-disk initialization and each area resetting.
(JP.109)
Saves and loads menu settings.
SETTINGS
5
F/W: M 0.30-00 / S 0.20-04 / C 0.09-00
<INITIALIZATION LOG>
This sub-menu is used to display
a hard-disk initialization and
area-reset log.
6
DATE
10-26
10-26
10-26
10-26
10-26
10-26
10-26
-----
<INITIALIZATION LOG>
TIME
AREA
18:25
ALL AREAS (INITIALIZED)
23:18
ALL AREAS (INITIALIZED)
23:18
ARCHIVE
(AREA RESET)
23:18
ALARM REC (AREA RESET)
23:18
NORMAL REC (AREA RESET)
23:16
ALL AREAS (INITIALIZED)
23:15
ALL AREAS (INITIALIZED)
--:------(------)
<COPY MENU SETTINGS>
This sub-menu is used to store
or load menu settings
<COPY MENU SETTINGS>
7
DVR TYPE VER. SA16-03
SAVE MENUS TO CF
->
LOAD MENUS FROM CF
->
COPY RECORDING AREA SETTINGS: NO
*IF YOU CHOOSE $YES$ OF THE ABOVE MENU,
HARD DISK WILL BE INITIALIZED !
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[EXIT/OSD] button
[MENU] button
Main Menu
<MAIN MENU>
1.INITIAL SET
2.RECORD SET
3.GENERAL SET
4.SCREEN SET
5.POWER LOSS/USED TIME
6.INITIALIZATION LOG
7.COPY MENU SETTINGS
Shuttle dial
->
->
->
->
->
->
->
CARD
Jog dial
MENU
RESET
EJECT
MOVE:JOG
SELECT:SHUTTLE
Setting
Initial settings
The <INITIAL SET> is used to make the following setting.
<INITIAL SET>
1.LANGUAGE/CLOCK SET
2.CAMERA DETECT
3.TITLE SET
4.HOLIDAY SET
5.TIME PERIOD SET
5
->
->
->
->
->
<TIMER PERIOD SET>
TIME PERIOD
T-1
T-2
T-3
T-4
TIME PERIOD A 00:00 00:00 00:00 00:00
TIME PERIOD B 00:00 00:00 00:00 00:00
SELECT TIME PERIOD
SEQUENCE
MASK
MOTION SENSOR
TIME PERIOD A
TIME PERIOD A
TIME PERIOD A
Description
Ref.
<TIME PERIOD SET>
Uses a pair of time periods to
P.57
set a time band for operation
switching and other functions.
Setting the time
MOVE:JOG
Setting
<LANGUAGE/LANGUE/IDIOMA>
ENGLISH
<CLOCK SET>
01-01-2004 THU 00:00:00
<DAYLIGHT SAVING>
MODE
:
USE
WEEK MONTH TIME
ON
1ST-SUN
04
02:00
OFF LST-SUN
10
02:00
<EXT.CLOCK SET>
ADJUST. TIME
01:00
1
<WARNING>
CAMERA DETECT
2
CONTINUE?
NO
SELECT:SHUTTLE
Description
Setting of the date and time displayed on the normal screen.
See P.17 for more details.
Ref.
Setting the daylight saving
<LANGUAGE/CLOCK SET>
Sets the language displayed
on the monitor.
Set the date and time
displayed on the normal
screen and daylight saving.
Aligns the time of all digital
video recorders in situations
where multiple recorders are
connected.
P.16
P.51
<CAMERA DETECT>
Automatically detects
cameras that have been
connected.
P.54
1
Press the [MENU] button.
The MENU indicator lights up and the <MAIN MENU> is
displayed.
MENU
<MAIN MENU>
1.INITIAL SET
2.RECORD SET
3.GENERAL SET
4.SCREEN SET
5.POWER LOSS/USED TIME
6.INITIALIZATION LOG
7.COPY MENU SETTINGS
MOVE:JOG
2
`
<TITLE SET>
3
CAMERA NO.01 ________01
<TITLE SET>
Sets a unique title for each
camera so that these can be
displayed on-screen.
P.55
->
->
->
->
->
->
->
SELECT:SHUTTLE
Turn the jog dial to select “1. INITIAL
SET”, and then turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
The <INITIAL SET> screen is displayed.
4
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
<HOLIDAY
-----------------------------------------
SET>
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
-----------------------------------------
<INITIAL SET>
1.LANGUAGE/CLOCK SET
2.CAMERA DETECT
3.TITLE SET
4.HOLIDAY SET
5.TIME PERIOD SET
<HOLIDAY SET>
Sets specific dates as
holidays to have the operation P.56
for Sunday used on those
days also.
MOVE:JOG
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->
->
->
->
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7
Turn the jog dial to select “1.
LANGUAGE/CLOCK SET”, and then
turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
The cursor moves to the date/time at which to switch from
standard time to daylight saving.
The <LANGUAGE/LANGUE/IDIOMA> screen is
displayed.
<LANGUAGE/LANGUE/IDIOMA>
ENGLISH
<CLOCK SET>
01-01-2004 THU 00:00:56
<DAYLIGHT SAVING>
MODE
:
USE
WEEK MONTH TIME
ON
1ST-SUN
04
02:00
OFF LST-SUN
10
02:00
<EXT.CLOCK SET>
ADJUST. TIME
01:00
<LANGUAGE/LANGUE/IDIOMA>
ENGLISH
<CLOCK SET>
01-01-2004 THU 00:00:00
<DAYLIGHT SAVING>
MODE
:
USE
WEEK MONTH TIME
ON
1ST-SUN
04
02:00
OFF LST-SUN
10
02:00
<EXT.CLOCK SET>
ADJUST. TIME
01:00
4
When “USE” is selected for <DAYLIGHT SAVING>
Turn the jog dial to select “MODE”
under <DAYLIGHT SAVING>.
<LANGUAGE/LANGUE/IDIOMA>
ENGLISH
<CLOCK SET>
01-01-2004 THU 00:00:15
<DAYLIGHT SAVING>
MODE
:
USE
WEEK MONTH TIME
ON
1ST-SUN
04
02:00
OFF LST-SUN
10
02:00
<EXT.CLOCK SET>
ADJUST. TIME
01:00
5
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
(1)
“USE” flashes.
(5)
Time is automatically adjusted to daylight saving.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
Time is not automatically adjusted to daylight
saving.
8
Turn the jog dial to change the settings.
[Settings] (‹ indicates setting)
Setting
‹USE
NO USE
(3)
(4)
WEEK MONTH TIME
ON 1ST-SUN
04 02:00
OFF LST-SUN
10 02:00
<LANGUAGE/LANGUE/IDIOMA>
ENGLISH
<CLOCK SET>
01-01-2004 THU 00:00:29
<DAYLIGHT SAVING>
MODE
:
USE
WEEK MONTH TIME
ON
1ST-SUN
04
02:00
OFF LST-SUN
10
02:00
<EXT.CLOCK SET>
ADJUST. TIME
01:00
6
(2)
SETTINGS
You can set the date/time at which the time is switched
from standard time to daylight saving, and the date/time at
which the time is switched back again.
The example below is the default value.
Example:
After the clock display reaches April 4, 2004, 01:59, the
next clock display is 03:00, putting the clock an hour
ahead.
After the clock display reaches October 31, 2004,
01:59, the next clock display is 01:00, putting the clock
an hour behind (back to standard time).
Description
(6)
(7)
(8)
Sets the week for switching to daylight saving.
Sets the day of the week.
Sets the month.
Sets the time.
Sets the week for ending daylight saving.
Sets the day of the week.
Sets the month.
Sets the time.
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
“1ST” flashes.
9
Turn the jog dial to select the desired week,
and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
The cursor moves to the day of the week.
10 Turn the jog dial to select the desired
day of the week, and then turn the
shuttle dial clockwise.
The cursor moves to the month.
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11 Select month with the jog dial or
4
The cursor moves to the time.
The <LANGUAGE/LANGUE/IDIOMA> screen is
displayed.
numeric keys and turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
12 Select time with the jog dial or numeric
Turn the jog dial to select “1.
LANGUAGE/CLOCK SET”, and then
turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
<LANGUAGE/LANGUE/IDIOMA>
ENGLISH
<CLOCK SET>
01-01-2004 THU 00:00:00
<DAYLIGHT SAVING>
MODE
:
USE
WEEK MONTH TIME
ON
1ST-SUN
04
02:00
OFF LST-SUN
10
02:00
<EXT.CLOCK SET>
ADJUST. TIME
01:00
keys and turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
The cursor moves to the minutes portion of the time. Set
the desired minutes in the same manner.
Use the same procedure when setting the time at which
daylight saving is to end. The <DAYLIGHT SAVING>
settings are now finished.
5
External clock setting
Alignment of the time of all digital video recorders in
situations where multiple recorders are connected.
(Default setting: 01:00)
At the set time, all connected recorders will be aligned to
the same time to a precision of seconds.
1
<LANGUAGE/LANGUE/IDIOMA>
ENGLISH
<CLOCK SET>
01-01-2004 THU 00:00:09
<DAYLIGHT SAVING>
MODE
:
USE
WEEK MONTH TIME
ON
1ST-SUN
04
02:00
OFF LST-SUN
10
02:00
<EXT.CLOCK SET>
ADJUST. TIME
01:00
Connect the CLOCK SET OUT terminal
on the rear of the first digital video
recorder to the CLOCK SET IN of the
second recorder.
6
CLOCK SET OUT CLOCK SET IN CLOCK SET OUT
C
C
C
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
“01” flashes.
7
C
To C
terminal
To CLOCK
SET IN
terminal
2
Turn the jog dial and move the cursor to
“ADJUST. TIME”.
Set time with the jog dial or numeric
keys and turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
Example: 05:00
<LANGUAGE/LANGUE/IDIOMA>
ENGLISH
<CLOCK SET>
01-01-2004 THU 00:00:24
<DAYLIGHT SAVING>
MODE
:
USE
WEEK MONTH TIME
ON
1ST-SUN
04
02:00
OFF LST-SUN
10
02:00
<EXT.CLOCK SET>
ADJUST. TIME
05:00
Press the [MENU] button.
The MENU indicator lights up and the <MAIN MENU> is
displayed.
MENU
3
8
Turn the jog dial to select “1. INITIAL
SET”, and then turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
MOVE:JOG
English
Press the [EXIT/OSD] button.
The setting procedure for the first digital video recorder is
ended and the display returns to the normal screen.
The <INITIAL SET> screen is displayed.
EXIT/OSD
<INITIAL SET>
1.LANGUAGE/CLOCK SET
2.CAMERA DETECT
3.TITLE SET
4.HOLIDAY SET
5.TIME PERIOD SET
K
->
->
->
->
->
SELECT:SHUTTLE
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Use the same procedure to set the time
for all subsequent recorders.
Detecting connected cameras
Use the following procedure to automatically detect
cameras that have been connected. An “OFF” setting
should be made for cameras that have not been
connected.
When you have finished making the settings, the display
returns to the normal screen.
The default setting value is “01:00”.
1
z Set the time to the same time of first digital video
recorder.
Press the [MENU] button.
The MENU indicator lights up and the <MAIN MENU> is
displayed.
MENU
z Only an hour value can be set using “ADJUST. TIME”.
It is not possible to set a value for minutes and seconds.
2
SETTINGS
Turn the jog dial to select “1. INITIAL
SET”, and then turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
The <INITIAL SET> screen is displayed.
3
Turn the jog dial to select “2. CAMERA
DETECT”, and then turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
<INITIAL SET>
1.LAUNGUAGE/CLOCK SET
2.CAMERA DETECT
3.TITLE SET
4.HOLIDAY SET
5.TIME PERIOD SET
MOVE:JOG
<WARNING> screen is
displayed.
->
->
->
->
->
SELECT:SHUTTLE
<WARNING>
CAMERA DETECT
CONTINUE?
NO
4
Turn the jog dial to select “YES”, and
then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
Connected cameras are automatically detected.
When detection has been completed, the display returns to
the <INITIAL SET> screen.
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Setting camera titles
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
The first position for title setting flashes.
Use the following procedure to set a unique title for each
camera so that these titles can be displayed on-screen.
<TITLE SET>
CAMERA NO.03 ________03
Titles can be up to 10 characters in length per camera.
The following characters can be used.
z Letters: A to Z
z Numbers: 0 to 9
z Symbols: - : . / * _ (space)
6
Characters change in the following sequence as the jog
dial is turned.
A
Example: Setting the title “HALL-1F” for Camera No. 3.
1
Turn the jog dial to select “H”.
Z
(space)
Press the [MENU] button.
The MENU indicator lights up and the <MAIN MENU> is
displayed.
0
*
-
9
/
.
:
<TITLE SET>
MENU
CAMERA NO.03 H_______03
2
7
Turn the jog dial to select “1. INITIAL
SET”, and then turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
The character selection is confirmed and the cursor moves
one position to the right.
The <INITIAL SET> screen is displayed.
<TITLE SET>
CAMERA NO.03 H_______03
3
Turn the jog dial to select “3. TITLE
SET”, and then turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
z When changing a character, move the cursor to that
character by turning the shuttle dial clockwise or
counter-clockwise, and then enter the required
character.
The normal monitoring screen is displayed with a title
setting field in the center.
<INITIAL SET>
1.LAUNGUAGE/CLOCK SET
2.CAMERA DETECT
3.TITLE SET
4.HOLIDAY SET
5.TIME PERIOD SET
8
->
->
->
->
->
Repeat steps 5 and 6 to enter the
remaining characters.
<TITLE SET>
CAMERA NO.03 HALL-1F_03
MOVE:JOG
4
9
SELECT:SHUTTLE
Press the No. 3 [CAMERA SELECT]
button.
The setting procedure is ended and the display returns to
the normal screen.
The default setting is “-----01” (camera No.).
The video from Camera No. 3 is displayed on-screen.
EXIT/OSD
<TITLE SET>
CAMERA NO.03 ________03
English
When you have finished making
settings, press the [EXIT/OSD] button.
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Setting holidays
1. -----
Use the following procedure to set specific dates as holidays
to have the operation for Sunday used on those days also.
Dates such as national holidays and company off days
should be set as holidays when you want those dates to
have the same timer operation as Sundays.
No.
Settings for
Sunday
START
08:00
--:---:---:---:---:---:---:-*****
FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
1. 11--(3) Turn the shuttle dial clockwise to flash “--” (day).
(4) Set “--” to “17” with the jog dial or numeric keys.
SET
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
1. 11-17
5
The cursor moves to “2”.
Example: Setting November 17 as a holiday
1
1. 11-17
2. -----
Press the [MENU] button.
The MENU indicator lights up and the <MAIN MENU> is
displayed.
6
MENU
2
7
Turn the jog dial to select “1. INITIAL
SET”, and then turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
Press the [EXIT/OSD] button.
EXIT/OSD
<INITIAL SET>
1.LAUNGUAGE/CLOCK SET
2.CAMERA DETECT
3.TITLE SET
4.HOLIDAY SET
5.TIME PERIOD SET
MOVE:JOG
Use the same procedure to set other
holidays.
The setting procedure is ended and the display returns to
the normal screen.
The default setting is all “-----”.
The <INITIAL SET> screen is displayed.
3
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise after
setting.
SETTINGS
WEEK
SUN
MON
TUE
WED
THU
FRI
SAT
DLY
EXT
Day
Month
(1) Turn the shuttle dial clockwise to flash “--” (month).
(2) Set “--” to “11” with the jog dial or numeric keys.
[Setting conditions]
Be sure to always switch “SET” to “ON” after completing
timer settings for Sunday (i.e., “SUN”). (JP.74)
<TIMER SET>
STOP PROGRAM
18:00
OFF
--:-OFF
--:-OFF
--:-OFF
--:-OFF
--:-OFF
--:-OFF
--:-OFF
*****
OFF
Set the month and day for item No. “1”.
->
->
->
->
->
z If “DLY” is set using timer settings, timer recording on
the above-mentioned holidays will also be carried out in
accordance with daily settings. In other words, “DLY”
includes Sundays and is given priority over other
settings.
SELECT:SHUTTLE
Turn the jog dial to select “4. HOLIDAY
SET”, and then turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
The <HOLIDAY SET> screen is displayed with the cursor
positioned on “1”.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
<HOLIDAY
-----------------------------------------
SET>
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
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Setting time periods
Operations during the specified time periods
The following are functions with operations based on time
periods.
When using time periods, be sure to set for each interval
with the following menu.
A time period is setup by the two timers TIME PERIOD A
and TIME PERIOD B, and the following procedure can be
used to specify four different periods per day based on
time period settings (for instance, early morning, morning,
lunchtime, and night). For example, it is possible to set
TIME PERIOD A for automatic screen selection and the
period between TIME PERIOD B for the masking of
monitor video using a gray pattern.
„ Setting automatic selection of camera video
Set which automatically selected camera to display video
from and the switching interval.
To do this, set “2.SEQUENCE SET” from <SCREEN
SET>. (JP.102)
„ Morning to lunchtime: 6:00 to 11:00
<SEQUENCE SET>
MAIN MON. FULL :
QUAD :
MON.2
FULL :
Cameras No. 2, 4, 5, 7, 10 and 16 are masked.
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
01:
05:
09:
13:
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
16
1S
1S
1S
1S
Use “3.MASK SET” from <SCREEN SET> to specify which
cameras are to be displayed on the monitor and which are
not. (JP.104)
Cameras No. 1, 4, 6, 11, 12, 13 and 14 are masked.
02
INDIVIDUAL INTERVAL (SEC)
02: 1S
03: 1S
04:
06: 1S
07: 1S
08:
10: 1S
11: 1S
12:
14: 1S
15: 1S
16:
„ Masking camera video using a gray pattern
„ Lunchtime: 11:00 to 13:00
01
1S
1S
1S
1S
1S
1S
1S
<MASK SET>
TIME
CH
MAIN MON.
MON.2
NETWORK
CH
MAIN MON.
MON.2
NETWORK
PERIOD :
01 02
OFF OFF
OFF OFF
OFF OFF
09 10
OFF OFF
OFF OFF
OFF OFF
T-1
03
OFF
OFF
OFF
11
OFF
OFF
OFF
(06:00-11:30)
04 05 06 07
OFF OFF OFF OFF
OFF OFF OFF OFF
OFF OFF OFF OFF
12 13 14 15
OFF OFF OFF OFF
OFF OFF OFF OFF
OFF OFF OFF OFF
08
OFF
OFF
OFF
16
OFF
OFF
OFF
„ Lunchtime to night: 13:00 to 20:00
Cameras No. 1, 5, 9, 12 automatic selection is carried out.
„ Alarm recording using motion sensors
Alarm recording is activated by motion sensor.
To detect camera alarms, set “MOTION SENSOR” from
<ALARM REC MODE SET>. (JP.81)
01
05
09
12
„ Night to morning: 20:00 to 6:00
Cameras No. 1, 8 and 16 automatic selection is carried
out.
01
08
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Time period settings
Example 1: Setting periods using TIME PERIOD A and
TIME PERIOD B
Turn the jog dial to select “5. TIME
PERIOD SET”, and then turn the shuttle
dial clockwise.
The <TIME PERIOD SET> screen is displayed.
z TIME PERIOD A settings
Set T-1 to 6 AM (6:00)
Set T-2 to 11:30 AM (11:30)
Set T-3 to 1:30 PM (13:30)
Set T-4 to 6 PM (18:00)
z TIME PERIOD B settings
Set T-1 to 6 AM (6:00)
Set T-2 to 8 AM (8:00)
Set T-3 to 2:30 PM (14:30)
Set T-4 to 8 PM (20:00)
<TIMER PERIOD SET>
TIME PERIOD
T-1
T-2
T-3
T-4
TIME PERIOD A 00:00 00:00 00:00 00:00
TIME PERIOD B 00:00 00:00 00:00 00:00
SELECT TIME PERIOD
SEQUENCE
MASK
MOTION SENSOR
4
“00:” from T-1 flashes (indicating the hour).
<TIMER PERIOD SET>
TIME PERIOD
T-1
T-2
T-3
T-4
TIME PERIOD A 00:00 00:00 00:00 00:00
TIME PERIOD B 00:00 00:00 00:00 00:00
SELECT TIME PERIOD
SEQUENCE
MASK
MOTION SENSOR
Turn the jog dial to select “TIME
PERIOD A”, and then turn the shuttle
dial clockwise.
SETTINGS
z “T-1” to “T-4” sets the start time of interval.
TIME PERIOD A
TIME PERIOD A
TIME PERIOD A
<TIMER PERIOD SET>
K
TIME PERIOD
T-1
T-2
T-3
T-4
TIME PERIOD A 00:00 00:00 00:00 00:00
TIME PERIOD B 00:00 00:00 00:00 00:00
5
TIME PERIOD A
TIME PERIOD A
TIME PERIOD A
Set T-1 (indicating the hour) to “06” with
the jog dial or numeric keys and turn the
shuttle dial clockwise.
“:00” from T-1 flashes (indicating the minutes).
1
6
Press the [MENU] button.
The MENU indicator lights up and the <MAIN MENU> is
displayed.
“00:” from T-2 flashes (indicating the hour).
MENU
7
2
Set T-1 (indicating the minutes) to “00”
with the jog dial or numeric keys and
turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
Turn the jog dial to select “1. INITIAL
SET”, and then turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
“:00” from T-2 flashes (indicating the minutes).
<TIMER PERIOD SET>
K
TIME PERIOD
T-1
T-2
T-3
T-4
TIME PERIOD A 06:00 00:00 00:00 00:00
TIME PERIOD B 00:00 00:00 00:00 00:00
The <INITIAL SET> screen is displayed.
<INITIAL SET>
1.LAUNGUAGE/CLOCK SET
2.CAMERA DETECT
3.TITLE SET
4.HOLIDAY SET
5.TIME PERIOD SET
MOVE:JOG
Set T-2 (indicating the hour) to “11” with
the jog dial or numeric keys and turn the
shuttle dial clockwise.
->
->
->
->
->
8
Set T-2 (indicating the minutes) to “30”
with the jog dial or numeric keys and
turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
“00:” from T-3 flashes (indicating the hour).
Repeat steps 4 through 7 to make hour and minute
settings for T-3 and T-4.
SELECT:SHUTTLE
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In the same manner as described set
the hours and minutes of T-1, T-2, T-3,
and T-4 for “TIME PERIOD B” settings.
<TIMER PERIOD SET>
TIME PERIOD
T-1
T-2
T-3
T-4
TIME PERIOD A 06:00 11:30 13:30 18:00
TIME PERIOD B 06:00 08:00 14:30 20:00
SELECT TIME PERIOD
SEQUENCE
MASK
MOTION SENSOR
Turn the jog dial to move the cursor to
“SEQUENCE” within “SELECT TIME
PERIOD”, and then turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
“TIME PERIOD A” flashes.
TIME PERIOD A
TIME PERIOD A
TIME PERIOD A
2
For both TIME PERIOD A and TIME PERIOD B, all
settings are “00:00” by default.
Turn the jog dial to select “TIME
PERIOD A”, and then turn the shuttle
dial clockwise.
The cursor moves to “MASK”.
z Settings for T-1 through T-4 cannot be made in such a
way that they extend over two days (i.e., include
midnight).
Example:
T-1
T-2
T-3
T-4
06:00
12:00
18:00
02:00
In the above example, setting is not possible between
T-3 and T-4 due to the change in the date.
z Any setting of “00:00” for T-2 through T-4 will be
skipped. If “00:00” (midnight) must be set, this should
be done using T-1.
Example:
T-1
T-2
T-3
T-4
06:00
12:00
18:00
00:00
In the above example, T-4 (00:00) is skipped and T-3
operates between 18:00 and 06:00.
z Furthermore, when T-1 through T-4 are all set to
“00:00”, all but T-1 are ignored, and T-1 operates from
midnight to midnight.
<TIMER PERIOD SET>
TIME PERIOD
T-1
T-2
T-3
T-4
TIME PERIOD A 06:00 11:30 13:30 18:00
TIME PERIOD B 06:00 08:00 14:30 20:00
SELECT TIME PERIOD
SEQUENCE
MASK
MOTION SENSOR
3
4
TIME PERIOD A
TIME PERIOD A
TIME PERIOD A
Set the time period for “MASK” and
“MOTION SENSOR” in the same way.
Press the [EXIT/OSD] button.
The setting procedure is ended and the display returns to
the normal screen.
Automatic selection, masking, and motion sensors are all
set to “TIME PERIOD A” by default.
Time period operations settings
EXIT/OSD
Example 2: Setting time period operation as follows.
Automatic selection and monitor masking for “TIME
PERIOD A”.
Motion sensing for “TIME PERIOD B”.
z As a result of the above operations, “SEQUENCE” are
updated using main monitor and monitor 2 settings on
P.102; “MASK” are updated using mask settings from on
P.104; and “MOTION SENSOR” are updated using
motion sensor settings on P.81.
<TIMER PERIOD SET>
TIME PERIOD
T-1
T-2
T-3
T-4
TIME PERIOD A 06:00 11:30 13:30 18:00
TIME PERIOD B 06:00 08:00 14:30 20:00
SELECT TIME PERIOD
SEQUENCE
MASK
MOTION SENSOR
English
TIME PERIOD A
TIME PERIOD A
TIME PERIOD A
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FULL indicator
Main Menu
<MAIN MENU>
1.INITIAL SET
2.RECORD SET
3.GENERAL SET
4.SCREEN SET
5.POWER LOSS/USED TIME
6.INITIALIZATION LOG
7.COPY MENU SETTINGS
MOVE:JOG
ALARM FULL indicator
[EXIT/OSD] button
[MENU] button
->
->
->
->
->
->
->
CARD
SELECT:SHUTTLE
MENU
RESET
EJECT
[CAMERA SELECT] buttons
[TIMER] button Jog dial
Setting
Settings for recording
The <RECORD SET> is used to make the following settings.
MOVE:JOG
Setting
->
->
->
->
->
->
->
->
7
SELECT:SHUTTLE
Description
8
->
REC RATE BASE
->
CAUTION !
CONNECT CAMERA AND SET TIME
BEFORE SETUP
2
<RECORDING AREA SET>
TOTAL CAPACITY
:
NORMAL RECORDING AREA
:
AREA FULL RESET ->
ALARM RECORDING AREA
:
AREA FULL RESET ->
ARCHIVE AREA
:
AREA FULL RESET ->
82GB
80 %
19 %
1%
<RECORDING CONDITIONS SET>
NORMAL RECORDING AREA
OVERWRITE
: ON
ALARM RECORDING AREA
OVERWRITE
: ON
REMAINING DISK WARNING
SERIES REC
AUTO DELETE
4
<NORMAL REC
PICTURE QUALITY
AUDIO RECORDING
REC RATE : 15FPS
REC PROGRAM GROUP
<NORMAL REC EASY SET>
Makes basic settings based
P.60
on a number of days or a rate.
: **
: OFF
: OFF
MODE SET>
: ENHANCED
: OFF
( 35H)
: OFF
<RECORDING AREA SET>
Displays the total capacity of
the hard disk.
Sets the normal recording
area, the alarm recording
area, and the archive area.
PROGRAM : P-1
01:
05:
09:
13:
SELECT
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
SET
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
<ALARM REC MODE SET>
ALARM RECORDING
: OFF
PICTURE QUALITY
: ENHANCED
AUDIO RECORDING
: OFF
ALARM INTERLEAVE
: ONLY
REC RATE:
15FPS,
DURATION: 20SEC
PRE-ALARM RECORDING
: ***
REC RATE: **** FPS,
DURATION: ****
=> (01731 ALARMS CAN BE RECORDED)
ALARM TRIGGER
: ALARM
MOTION SENSOR
->
MAIN MON. DISPLAY
ALARM PRIORITY
MON.2 DISPLAY
: NC
: LAST
: OFF
<TIMER SET>
Makes timer settings so that
operations can be started at a
specified time or on a
specified day.
P.74
<ALARM REC MODE SET>
Sets alarm recording, prealarm recording, and motion
sensors.
P.77
<ALARM OPERATION SET>
Makes settings for operation
P.84
and display upon detecting an
alarm.
Use the following procedures to make simple recording
settings. Two different setting methods may be used -- one
based on recording days; the other based on recording rate.
P.64
<RECORDING CONDITIONS SET>
Sets whether overwriting is to be
performed (by deleting old video)
or recording is to be stopped
P.67
when any of the hard disk’s
recording areas become full.
Also sets the auto delete and
series recording.
z Before making easy setup settings, connect the
camera(s) to the digital video recorder and then always
perform “CAMERA DETECT”. (JP.54)
z When easy setup settings and individual settings are both
set, the most recent settings override previous settings.
z Easy setup settings will be cancelled as a result of the
following operations.
(1) When the number of cameras detected using “CAMERA
DETECT” is greater or less than the number of cameras
previously stored in the digital video recorder.
(2) When the setting for “PRE-ALARM RECORDING” from
the <ALARM REC MODE SET> screen is changed.
(3) When menu settings are loaded from a CompactFlash card.
(4) When a new easy setup setting operation is carried out.
(5) When setting values are changed for normal recording
or timer recording.
(6) When the area is changed using the <RECORDING
AREA SET> screen.
<NORMAL REC MODE SET>
Sets the picture quality, audio
P.71
recording, the recording rate,
and the program period.
<PROGRAM REC SET>
5
<TIMER SET>
STOP PROGRAM
--:-OFF
--:-OFF
--:-OFF
--:-OFF
--:-OFF
--:-OFF
--:-OFF
--:-OFF
*****
OFF
Ref
Normal recording easy setup
CAUTION : WHEN THE AREA SETTING IS CHANGED,
THE WHOLE AREA WILL BE INITIALIZED !
3
START
--:---:---:---:---:---:---:---:-*****
<ALARM OPERATION SET>
ALARM RETRIGGER
: OFF
Ref
<NORMAL REC EASY SET>
RECORDING DURATION BASE
WEEK
SUN
MON
TUE
WED
THU
FRI
SAT
DLY
EXT
Description
SETTINGS
6
<RECORD SET>
1.NORMAL REC EASY SET
2.RECORDING AREA SET
3.RECORDING CONDITIONS SET
4.NORMAL REC MODE SET
5.PROGRAM REC SET
6.TIMER SET
7.ALARM REC MODE SET
8.ALARM OPERATION SET
1
Shuttle dial
INDIVIDUAL CAMERA RATE(FPS)
02: 0.5
03: 0.5
04: 0.5
06: 0.5
07: 0.5
08: 0.5
10: 0.5
11: 0.5
12: 0.5
14: 0.5
15: 0.5
16: 0.5
NORMAL REC : 65H
<PROGRAM REC SET>
Sets program recording for
cameras.
P.73
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Press the [MENU] button.
The MENU indicator lights up and the <MAIN MENU> is
displayed.
z Confirm that the number of cameras connected to the
digital video recorder is the same as the number of
displayed recording cameras. If this is not the case,
check the wiring between cameras and the digital video
recorder and then carry out “CAMERA DETECT”.
(JP.54)
MENU
2
Turn the jog dial to select “2. RECORD
SET”, and then turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
5
“1” flashes.
The <RECORD SET> screen is displayed.
<RECORD SET>
1.NORMAL REC EASY SET
2.RECORDING AREA SET
3.RECORDING CONDITIONS SET
4.NORMAL REC MODE SET
5.PROGRAM REC SET
6.TIMER SET
7.ALARM REC MODE SET
8.ALARM OPERATION SET
MOVE:JOG
3
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
<RECORDING DURATION BASE>
RECORDING DURATION
: 1 DAYS
TIMER RECORDING(DLY) : OFF
START --:-STOP --:-PICTURE QUALITY
: ENHANCED
AUDIO RECORDING
: OFF
->
->
->
->
->
->
->
->
SELECT:SHUTTLE
6
Turn the jog dial to select “1. NORMAL
REC EASY SET”, and then turn the
shuttle dial clockwise.
REC RATE BASE
->
7
NUMBER OF CAMERAS
: 2
REC RATE
: 10 FPS/CAM
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
“OFF” flashes.
Setting based on recording days
<RECORDING DURATION BASE>
RECORDING DURATION
: 1 DAYS
TIMER RECORDING(DLY) : OFF
START --:-STOP --:-PICTURE QUALITY
: ENHANCED
AUDIO RECORDING
: OFF
Turn the jog dial to select “RECORDING
DURATION BASE”, and then turn the
shuttle dial clockwise.
The <RECORDING DURATION BASE> screen is
displayed with the cursor positioned on “RECORDING
DURATION”.
The number of detected cameras is indicated by
“NUMBER OF CAMERAS”.
<RECORDING DURATION BASE>
RECORDING DURATION
: -- DAYS
TIMER RECORDING(DLY) : OFF
START --:-STOP --:-PICTURE QUALITY
: ENHANCED
AUDIO RECORDING
: OFF
English
: 10 FPS/CAM
<RECORDING DURATION BASE>
RECORDING DURATION
: 1 DAYS
TIMER RECORDING(DLY) : OFF
START --:-STOP --:-PICTURE QUALITY
: ENHANCED
AUDIO RECORDING
: OFF
CAUTION !
CONNECT CAMERA AND SET TIME
BEFORE SETUP
4
REC RATE
The cursor moves to “TIMER RECORDING (DLY)”.
<NORMAL REC EASY SET>
->
: 2
Set RECORDING DURATION with the
jog dial or numeric keys and turn the
shuttle dial clockwise.
The <NORMAL REC EASY SET> screen is displayed.
RECORDING DURATION BASE
NUMBER OF CAMERAS
NUMBER OF CAMERAS
: 2
REC RATE
: ------FPS/CAM
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NUMBER OF CAMERAS
: 2
REC RATE
: 10 FPS/CAM
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10 Set “AUDIO RECORDING”.
To activate timer operation, turn the jog
dial to select “ON”, and then turn the
shuttle dial clockwise.
Example: ON
<RECORDING DURATION BASE>
RECORDING DURATION
: 1 DAYS
TIMER RECORDING(DLY) : OFF
START --:-STOP --:-PICTURE QUALITY
: ENHANCED
AUDIO RECORDING
: OFF
The cursor moves to “START”.
If timer recording has been set to “ON”, set the timer’s
“START” and “STOP” with the jog dial or numeric keys.
<RECORDING DURATION BASE>
RECORDING DURATION
: 1 DAYS
TIMER RECORDING(DLY) : ON
START --:-STOP --:-PICTURE QUALITY
: ENHANCED
AUDIO RECORDING
: OFF
NUMBER OF CAMERAS
: 2
REC RATE
: 10 FPS/CAM
Setting
ON
<RECORDING DURATION BASE>
RECORDING DURATION
: 1 DAYS
TIMER RECORDING(DLY) : OFF
START --:-STOP --:-PICTURE QUALITY
: ENHANCED
AUDIO RECORDING
: OFF
REC RATE
: 10 FPS/CAM
Description
Audio recording is not carried out.
Audio recording is carried out.
11 Turn the shuttle dial counter-clockwise.
The <WARNING> screen is displayed.
<WARNING>
REC RATE SETTING IN THE MENU WILL BE
AUTOMATICALLY ADJUSTED.
ARE YOU SURE ?
NO
[Settings] (‹ indicates default setting)
Setting
: 10 FPS/CAM
z Audio recording can only be specified when the total
recording rate for all cameras is 1.00 FPS or greater.
z When set to “ON”, the letter “A (indicating that audio will
be recorded)” is displayed in front of recording rate. As
both video and audio will be stored in the normal
recording area, this area’s overall capacity will reduce
accordingly.
Set “PICTURE QUALITY”.
: 2
REC RATE
SETTINGS
The following settings are carried out with the shuttle
dial and jog dial.
z Vertical cursor movement: Turn the jog dial.
z Cursor movement to the right: Turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
z Modification of values: Turn the shuttle dial clockwise,
and then with the setting value flashing, turn the jog
dial.
z Confirmation of values: Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
NUMBER OF CAMERAS
: 2
[Settings] (‹ indicates default setting)
‹OFF
9
NUMBER OF CAMERAS
Description
BASIC (BA)
15 kB
NORMAL (NO)
22 kB
‹ENHANCED(EN)
30 kB
FINE (FI)
42 kB
SUPER FINE (SF)
50 kB
CHANGE:JOG
SET:SHUTTLE
12 Turn the jog dial to select “YES”, and
then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
The display returns to the <NORMAL REC EASY SET>
screen.
13 Press the [EXIT/OSD] button.
The setting procedure is ended and the display returns to
the normal screen.
EXIT/OSD
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z The recording rate is automatically calculated based on
recording settings and the number of connected
cameras, and this is indicated by “REC RATE”. All
cameras will record at this rate. If a valid figure cannot
be calculated, “ERROR!” will be displayed.
z When easy setup settings and individual settings are
both set, the most recent settings override previous
settings.
z Easy setup settings cannot be used with program
recording or day-specific timer recording.
Set the recording rate for each individual camera.
The cursor moves to “TIMER RECORDING (DLY)”.
<REC RATE BASE>
REC RATE
: 30.000 FPS/CAM
TIMER RECORDING(DLY) : OFF
START --:-STOP --:-PICTURE QUALITY
: ENHANCED
AUDIO RECORDING
: OFF
Setting based on recording rate
4
Turn the jog dial to select “REC RATE”,
and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
7
Turn the jog dial to select “REC RATE
BASE”, and then turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
: ---- DAYS
8
:
0 DAYS
9
:
NUMBER OF CAMERAS
:2
RECORDING DURATION
:
Set “PICTURE QUALITY”.
See P.62.
English
RECORDING DURATION
0 DAYS
0 DAYS
The following settings are carried out with the shuttle
dial and jog dial.
z Vertical cursor movement: Turn the jog dial.
z Cursor movement to the right: Turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
z Modification of values: Turn the shuttle dial clockwise,
and then with the setting value flashing, turn the jog
dial.
z Confirmation of values: Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
<REC RATE BASE>
REC RATE
: 30.000 FPS/CAM
TIMER RECORDING(DLY) : OFF
START --:-STOP --:-PICTURE QUALITY
: ENHANCED
AUDIO RECORDING
: OFF
RECORDING DURATION
:2
<REC RATE BASE>
REC RATE
: 30.000 FPS/CAM
TIMER RECORDING(DLY) : ON
START --:-STOP --:-PICTURE QUALITY
: ENHANCED
AUDIO RECORDING
: OFF
“30.000” flashes.
:2
NUMBER OF CAMERAS
The cursor moves to “START”.
If timer recording has been set to “ON”, set the timer’s
“START” and “STOP” with the jog dial or numeric keys.
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
NUMBER OF CAMERAS
0 DAYS
To activate timer operation, turn the jog
dial to select “ON”, and then turn the
shuttle dial clockwise.
z Confirm that the number of cameras connected to the
digital video recorder is the same as the number of
displayed recording cameras. If this is not the case,
check the wiring between cameras and the digital video
recorder and then carry out “CAMERA DETECT”.
(JP.54)
5
:
<REC RATE BASE>
REC RATE
: 30.000 FPS/CAM
TIMER RECORDING(DLY) : OFF
START --:-STOP --:-PICTURE QUALITY
: ENHANCED
AUDIO RECORDING
: OFF
<REC RATE BASE>
REC RATE
: ----- FPS/CAM
TIMER RECORDING(DLY) : OFF
START --:-STOP --:-PICTURE QUALITY
: ENHANCED
AUDIO RECORDING
: OFF
RECORDING DURATION
RECORDING DURATION
“OFF” flashes.
The number of detected cameras is indicated by
“NUMBER OF CAMERAS”.
:2
:2
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
The <REC RATE BASE> screen is displayed with the
cursor positioned on “REC RATE”.
NUMBER OF CAMERAS
NUMBER OF CAMERAS
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10 Set “AUDIO RECORDING”.
Displaying the recording areas
See P.62.
Use the following procedures to confirm the hard disk’s
total recording capacity and also the allocation for each
recording area.
11 Turn the shuttle dial counter-clockwise.
The <WARNING> screen is displayed.
1
<WARNING>
The MENU indicator lights up and the <MAIN MENU> is
displayed.
REC RATE SETTING IN THE MENU WILL BE
AUTOMATICALLY ADJUSTED.
ARE YOU SURE ?
NO
CHANGE:JOG
Press the [MENU] button.
MENU
2
SET:SHUTTLE
then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
SETTINGS
12 Turn the jog dial to select “YES”, and
Turn the jog dial to select “2.RECORD
SET”, and then turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
The <RECORD SET> screen is displayed.
The display returns to the <NORMAL REC EASY SET>
screen.
13 Press the [EXIT/OSD] button.
The setting procedure is ended and the display returns to
the normal screen.
3
EXIT/OSD
Turn the jog dial to select “2.
RECORDING AREA SET”, and then turn
the shuttle dial clockwise.
The <RECORDING AREA SET> screen is displayed.
<RECORDING AREA SET>
TOTAL CAPACITY
:
NORMAL RECORDING AREA
:
AREA FULL RESET ->
ALARM RECORDING AREA
:
AREA FULL RESET ->
ARCHIVE AREA
:
AREA FULL RESET ->
z The recording rate is automatically calculated based on
recording settings and the number of connected
cameras, and this is indicated by “RECORDING
DURATION”. If a valid figure cannot be calculated,
“ERROR!” will be displayed.
z When simple recording settings and individual settings
are both set, the most recent settings override previous
settings.
z Easy setup settings cannot be used with program
recording or day-specific timer recording.
82GB
80 %
(1)
(2)
19 %
(3)
1%
(4)
CAUTION : WHEN THE AREA SETTING IS CHANGED,
THE WHOLE AREA WILL BE INITIALIZED !
64
(1)
Displays the total capacity
of the hard disk.
(2)
Sets the capacity of the
normal recording area.
Normal
recording
area
(3)
Sets the capacity of the
alarm recording area.
Alarm
recording
area
(4)
Sets the capacity of the
archive area.
Archive area
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Total capacity following hard disk expansion.
„ Default hard disk settings
z A maximum of 16,000 alarm recordings can be made
on one hard disk. If hard disk expansion is carried out,
this number can be increased to 32,000. Note,
however, that menu settings and display content will
have an effect on the maximum number of recordings
that can be made in reality.
z When the normal recording area is set to “*0%”
Alarm recording can be performed for as long as space
is left in the alarm recording area.
When searching for video, this area can be searched in
the same way as the normal recording area using time/
date searches, fast-forward play, and fast-reverse play.
Alarm search, alarm thumbnail search, motion detection
search, and alarm skip will not be available.
By default, the normal recording area is set to 80%; the
alarm recording area is set to 19%; and the archive area is
set to 1%. The maximum capacity of the archive area is 10
GB.
Example:
Setting the normal recording area to 50% and the
alarm recording area to 49%
When “MIRRORING” (JP.93) is set using “4. HDD SET”,
the total capacity display will change as follows.
z If “MIRRORING” is “OFF”, the capacity for hard-disk
expansion is displayed.
z If “MIRRORING” is “ON”, the capacity of the smallest
hard-disk is displayed.
z The setting for the archive area cannot be modified
directly.
When changes are made for the normal recording area
or the alarm recording area, automatic settings will be
made within a maximum range of 10 GB.
Alarm
recording
area
1%
1
Archive area
Turn the jog dial to select the “NORMAL
RECORDING AREA”, and then turn the
shuttle dial clockwise.
“80%” flashes.
19%
80%
<RECORDING AREA SET>
TOTAL CAPACITY
:
NORMAL RECORDING AREA
:
AREA FULL RESET ->
ALARM RECORDING AREA
:
AREA FULL RESET ->
ARCHIVE AREA
:
AREA FULL RESET ->
Normal recording
area
Hard Disk Recording Areas
82GB
80 %
19 %
1%
CAUTION : WHEN THE AREA SETTING IS CHANGED,
THE WHOLE AREA WILL BE INITIALIZED !
2
z When the recording area settings are changed, the disk
is initialized and all current recordings are erased. It is
important, therefore, to store recorded video on a PC or
some other storage media before modifying recording
areas.
The cursor moves to “ALARM RECORDING AREA”.
<RECORDING AREA SET>
TOTAL CAPACITY
:
NORMAL RECORDING AREA
:
AREA FULL RESET ->
ALARM RECORDING AREA
:
AREA FULL RESET ->
ARCHIVE AREA
:
AREA FULL RESET ->
Changing recording areas
„ Recording area allocations
The highest possible allocation for the normal recording
area and the alarm recording area is 99%.
The allocation for the archive area cannot be set
manually.This allocation will be automatically set to at least
1%.
82GB
50 %
38 %
12 %
CAUTION : WHEN THE AREA SETTING IS CHANGED,
THE WHOLE AREA WILL BE INITIALIZED !
The following settings are carried out with the shuttle
dial and jog dial.
z Vertical cursor movement: Turn the jog dial.
z Cursor movement to the right: Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
z Modification of values: Turn the shuttle dial clockwise,
and then with the setting value flashing, turn the jog dial.
z Confirmation of values: Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
„ If the normal recording area is set to 0%
If set to 0%, it will not be possible to record video to the
normal recording area. As video will only be recorded to
the alarm recording area in this type of case, the area
allocations should be reviewed and set accordingly.
English
Turn the jog dial to set “NORMAL
RECORDING AREA” to 50%, and then
turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
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Set “ALARM RECORDING AREA” to
49% and turn the shuttle dial to the
right.
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
(1) The hard disk is initialized.
The cursor moves to “AREA FULL RESET.”
<RECORDING AREA SET>
TOTAL CAPACITY
:
NORMAL RECORDING AREA
:
AREA FULL RESET ->
ALARM RECORDING AREA
:
AREA FULL RESET ->
ARCHIVE AREA
:
AREA FULL RESET ->
HDD INITIALIZING !
82GB
50 %
49 %
1%
(2) The <RECORD SET> screen appears and the
modified recording capacities are adopted.
CAUTION : WHEN THE AREA SETTING IS CHANGED,
THE WHOLE AREA WILL BE INITIALIZED !
4
7
Turn the shuttle dial counter- clockwise.
Press the [EXIT/OSD] button.
SETTINGS
The setting procedure is ended and the display returns to
the normal screen.
The <WARNING> screen is displayed. The screen
contains a message regarding initialization of the hard
disk.
EXIT/OSD
<WARNING>
THIS CHANGE WILL INITIALIZE THE DISK.
ALL RECORDING WILL BE ERASED.
ARE YOU SURE ?
Setting overwrite permission
NO
CHANGE:JOG
5
Set whether to continue recording and automatically
overwrite data, or stop recording and not overwrite data
when the normal recording area and alarm recording area
become full (Setting recording conditions (JP.67)). Default
setting is to automatically overwrite.
If the setting to not overwrite is selected, recording stops at
the point where remaining capacity runs out. In this case,
recording can be continued using the following steps to
authorize overwriting.
Also, data is not overwritten automatically to archive area.
Follow the steps below to authorize overwriting each time
data is full.
SET:SHUTTLE
To change the recording area, turn the
jog dial to display “YES”.
<WARNING>
THIS CHANGE WILL INITIALIZE THE DISK.
ALL RECORDING WILL BE ERASED.
ARE YOU SURE ?
YES
CHANGE:JOG
1
SET:SHUTTLE
Set the items in “Setting overwriting for
the normal recording area”. (JP.67)
Set “OVERWRITE” to “OFF.”
z If the shuttle dial is turned clockwise while “NO” is
selected, the <RECORDING AREA SET> screen will
be displayed and the recording capacities will revert to
their previous settings. In other words, the new settings
will not be adopted.
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Turn the jog dial to select “2.
RECORDING AREA SET” from the
<RECORD SET> screen, and then turn
the shuttle dial clockwise.
z To perform overwriting automatically, set
“OVERWRITE” for either “NORMAL RECORDING
AREA” or “ALARM RECORDING AREA” from
<RECORDING CONDITIONS SET> screen to “ON”.
(JP.67)
The <RECORDING AREA SET> screen is displayed.
<RECORDING AREA SET>
TOTAL CAPACITY
:
NORMAL RECORDING AREA
:
AREA FULL RESET ->
ALARM RECORDING AREA
:
AREA FULL RESET ->
ARCHIVE AREA
:
AREA FULL RESET ->
82GB
80 %
z Whenever “AREA FULL RESET” is performed for
“NORMAL RECORDING AREA” or “ALARM
RECORDING AREA”, the video recorded in the
corresponding area will be overwritten.
z Images in the archive area are erased when “AREA
FULL RESET” is performed for the archive area.
19 %
1%
CAUTION : WHEN THE AREA SETTING IS CHANGED,
THE WHOLE AREA WILL BE INITIALIZED !
3
Turn the jog dial to select “AREA FULL
RESET”, and then turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
Setting recording conditions
Use the following setting procedure to indicate whether
overwriting is to be performed (deleting old video) or
recording is to be stopped when any of the hard disk’s
recording areas become full.
“NO” on the <WARNING> screen flashes.
<WARNING>
AREA FULL RESET
ARCHIVE AREA
Setting overwriting for the normal recording
area
ARE YOU SURE ?
Flashing
NO
CHANGE:JOG
4
1
SET:SHUTTLE
Turn the jog dial to select “YES”, and
then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
“ON” flashes.
“NORMAL RECORDING AREA” is set to overwrite once.
5
<RECORDING CONDITIONS SET>
NORMAL RECORDING AREA
OVERWRITE
: ON
ALARM RECORDING AREA
OVERWRITE
: ON
Use the same procedure to make
settings for the “ALARM RECORDING
AREA”.
<RECORDING AREA SET>
TOTAL CAPACITY
:
NORMAL RECORDING AREA
:
AREA FULL RESET ->
ALARM RECORDING AREA
:
AREA FULL RESET ->
ARCHIVE AREA
:
AREA FULL RESET ->
REMAINING DISK WARNING
SERIES REC
AUTO DELETE
82GB
80 %
19 %
1%
CAUTION : WHEN THE AREA SETTING IS CHANGED,
THE WHOLE AREA WILL BE INITIALIZED !
6
Press the [EXIT/OSD] button.
The setting procedure is ended and the display returns to
the normal screen.
EXIT/OSD
English
Turn the jog dial to select
“OVERWRITE” for normal recording
area, and then turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
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: **
: OFF
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6
Turn the jog dial to select setting (OFF,
for example), and then turn the shuttle
dial clockwise.
Press the [EXIT/OSD] button.
The setting procedure is ended and the display returns to
the normal screen.
EXIT/OSD
“REMAINING DISK WARNING” changes to “1%” from “**”.
[Settings] (‹ indicates default setting)
Setting
OFF
‹ON
Description
Turn “OVERWRITE” to “OFF” to display the remaining
memory for the current recording area on the operating
display.
Also, if remaining memory reaches the set percentage, the
FULL indictor flashes for normal recording area and the
ALARM FULL indicator flashes for the alarm recording
area. When the remaining memory runs out, the indicator
switches to a permanently lit condition and recording stops
automatically.
Recording is stopped when the normal recording area
becomes full.
Overwriting automatically starts from the beginning of
the normal recording area when it becomes full.
.
<RECORDING CONDITIONS SET>
NORMAL RECORDING AREA
OVERWRITE
: OFF
ALARM RECORDING AREA
OVERWRITE
: ON
REMAINING DISK WARNING
SERIES REC
AUTO DELETE
FULL indicator
: 1%
: OFF
: OFF
Operation
display area
z If this is set to “OFF”, the FULL indicator or ALARM
FULL indicator will start to flash when the remaining
hard-disk capacity reaches the percentage set for
“REMAINING DISK WARNING”.
3
4
5
Remaining
capacity
display
01-01-04 00:00:00 REC 1%
02
Use the same procedure to set “ALARM
RECORDING AREA” to “OFF”.
EN A ALARM 0000
When the normal recording area or the alarm
recording area become full
Make a new “AREA FULL RESET” setting for “NORMAL
RECORDING AREA” and “ALARM RECORDING AREA”
on the <RECORDING AREA SET> screen. (JP.66)
Turn the jog dial to select “REMAINING
DISK WARNING”, and then turn the
shuttle dial clockwise.
<RECORDING AREA SET>
TOTAL CAPACITY
:
NORMAL RECORDING AREA
:
AREA FULL RESET ->
ALARM RECORDING AREA
:
AREA FULL RESET ->
ARCHIVE AREA
:
AREA FULL RESET ->
Turn the jog dial to set the remaining
capacity, and then turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
The remaining capacity can be set anywhere between 1%
(default) and 10%.
82GB
80 %
19 %
1%
CAUTION : WHEN THE AREA SETTING IS CHANGED,
THE WHOLE AREA WILL BE INITIALIZED !
<RECORDING CONDITIONS SET>
NORMAL RECORDING AREA
OVERWRITE
: OFF
ALARM RECORDING AREA
OVERWRITE
: OFF
REMAINING DISK WARNING
SERIES REC
AUTO DELETE
ALARM FULL indicator
SETTINGS
Remaining disk
warning
: 1%
: OFF
: OFF
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Setting series recording
For audio recording, connect audio devices such as amps
and microphones to the various digital audio recorder
audio input terminals or microphone input terminals.
Use the following procedure to perform series recording
when this digital video recorder is connected to other
digital video recorders.
If series recording is set and normal recording area or
alarm recording area remaining memory runs out,
recording can be continued on a another digital video
recorder. In doing so, recording to recording area with
remaining memory is stopped.
Connect multiple digital video recorders and use series
recording to record and save more video.
z An audio device cannot be connected from the audio
output terminal on one digital video recorder to the
audio input terminal on the next as for video. Connect
devices to each recorder directly.
4
Connecting
1
Connecting alarm input and external
timer input terminals.
For recording using external alarms or external timers,
connect a sensor or timer device to the digital video
recorder.
Connect to the external device with a cable, and connect
the first recorder to the second recorder with another
cable. Connect the cable from the first recorder to the
second recorder terminal and then from the second
recorder connect the cable to the third recorder and so on.
Connecting series connection
terminals.
Connect the series output terminal of the first recorder to
the series input terminal of the second recorder, and from
the series output terminal of the second recorder to the
series input terminal of the third recorder and so on, in the
order that you want to record.
To setup an overwriting series connection, connect the
series output terminal of the last recorder to the series
input terminal of the first.
T
OU
IES
SER ES IN
I
SER
T
OU
IES
SER ES IN
I
SER
C
Connecting audio input terminals.
Settings
1
C
Set “OVERWRITE” for “NORMAL
RECORDING AREA” and “ALARM
RECORDING AREA” to “OFF”.
<RECORDING CONDITIONS SET>
NORMAL RECORDING AREA
OVERWRITE
: OFF
ALARM RECORDING AREA
OVERWRITE
: OFF
REMAINING DISK WARNING
SERIES REC
AUTO DELETE
z Use a connection cable less than 3 m in length.
z For an overwriting series connection, when the last
digital video recorder runs out of memory, the first takes
over recording.
2
2
Set “SERIES RECORDING” to “ON”.
<RECORDING CONDITIONS SET>
NORMAL RECORDING AREA
OVERWRITE
: OFF
ALARM RECORDING AREA
OVERWRITE
: OFF
Connecting VIDEO terminals.
REMAINING DISK WARNING
SERIES REC
AUTO DELETE
Connect camera to the VIDEO IN terminal of the first
recorder. Connect the VIDEO OUT terminal of the first
recorder to the VIDEO IN terminal of the second recorder.
Be sure to connect to the same channel. Connect to other
digital video recorders in the following order using the
VIDEO OUT terminal.
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Set depending on your recording needs.
Type of recording
Normal recording
Timer recording
Starting and stopping series recording
1
Description
1. Set image quality, audio recording,
recording rate, and program recording
with <NORMAL REC MODE SET>.
2. When using program recording, use
<PROGRAM REC SET> to set
recording rate for each camera.
Description
1. Set date, start and end time, program
recording, and recording rate with
<TIMER SET> and turn the timer “ON”.
2. Set image quality and audio recording
with <NORMAL REC MODE SET>.
3. When using program recording, use
<PROGRAM REC SET> to set
recording rate for each camera.
Press the [REC/STOP] button
Using timer recording, or
timer recording + alarm
recording
Press the [TIMER] button
When the normal recording area or
alarm recording area memory level falls
to the set percentage, recording is
stopped and automatically resumes on
the next connected recorder. Likewise,
recording will resume on the next
connected recorder and so on.
SETTINGS
1. Set timer recording.
2. Set alarm recording with <ALARM REC
MODE SET>. Set “ALARM
RECORDING” to “AL-REC ON TIMER.”
Operation
Using normal recording, or
normal recording + alarm
recording
2
1. Set normal recording.
Normal recording + 2. Set alarm recording with <ALARM REC
MODE SET>. Set “ALARM
Alarm recording
RECORDING” to “ENABLED.”
Timer recording +
Alarm recording
Perform the following operation on the
first recorder to start recording.
z Recording will stop if the following operations are
performed on a DVR while recording.
z Alarm recording cannot be recorded alone. Set to
combine with normal recording or timer recording.
z Normal recording and timer recording cannot be set
simultaneously. If both are set, timer recording is
enabled.
4
Description
After setting, press the [EXIT/OSD]
button to save setting items.
Press and hold the [REC/STOP]
button
While timer recording, or
timer recording + alarm
recording
Press the [TIMER] button
z Set the security lock to avoid stopping series recording
due to one of the above operations.
z If a recording is started by series recording, images
saved to the normal recording area and alarm recording
area are deleted. Backup important images before
starting series recording.
EXIT/OSD
5
Operation
While normal recording, or
normal recording + alarm
recording
Use <COPY MENU SETTINGS> to copy
setting items to all connected digital
video recorders.
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Setting normal recording
Setting auto deleting
Use the following procedure to make normal recording
settings for recording quality, audio recording, and
recording rate. Alternatively, a program number set using
“PROGRAM REC SET” can be specified to set these
parameters.
You can set a storage period for recorded data as
described below. When the set period has expired, the
corresponding data will be automatically deleted.
1
Turn the jog dial to select “AUTO
DELETE”, and then turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
1
The MENU indicator lights up and the <MAIN MENU> is
displayed.
“OFF” flashes.
<RECORDING CONDITIONS SET>
NORMAL RECORDING AREA
OVERWRITE
: ON
ALARM RECORDING AREA
OVERWRITE
: ON
REMAINING DISK WARNING
SERIES REC
AUTO DELETE
2
Press the [MENU] button.
MENU
2
: **
: OFF
: OFF
Turn the jog dial to select “2. RECORD
SET”, and then turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
The <RECORD SET> screen is displayed.
Turn the jog dial to select the storage
period.
You can set the storage period for recorded data “OFF” or
within a range of “1 DAYS” - “99 DAYS” (full days).
3
<RECORDING CONDITIONS SET>
NORMAL RECORDING AREA
OVERWRITE
: ON
ALARM RECORDING AREA
OVERWRITE
: ON
REMAINING DISK WARNING
SERIES REC
AUTO DELETE
3
4
: **
: OFF
: 10 DAYS
Turn the jog dial to select “4. NORMAL
REC MODE SET”, and then turn the
shuttle dial clockwise.
The <NORMAL REC MODE SET> screen is displayed.
<NORMAL REC
PICTURE QUALITY
AUDIO RECORDING
REC RATE : 15FPS
REC PROGRAM GROUP
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
MODE SET>
: ENHANCED
: OFF
( 35H)
: OFF
Press the [EXIT/OSD] button.
The setting procedure is ended and the display returns to
the normal screen.
4
EXIT/OSD
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
“ENHANCED” flashes (indicating enhanced quality
recording).
z When setting has been completed, all data with expried
storage periods will be deleted. Before setting, copy
important data to the archive area or CompactFlash
card.
z Data in the archive area cannot be auto deleted.
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Turn the jog dial to select “PICTURE
QUALITY”, and then turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
<NORMAL REC
PICTURE QUALITY
AUDIO RECORDING
REC RATE : 15FPS
REC PROGRAM GROUP
Set “REC RATE”.
(Default setting: 15 FPS)
Example: 7.5
Allowable recording time is dependent on the setting made
for “PICTURE QUALITY”. For more details, see the “Table
of recording rate and times” (JP.115).
MODE SET>
: ENHANCED
: OFF
( 35H)
: OFF
[Settings] (‹ indicates default setting)
Setting
Description
BASIC (BA)
15 kB
NORMAL (NO)
22 kB
‹ENHANCED(EN)
30 kB
FINE (FI)
42 kB
SUPER FINE (SF)
50 kB
Allowable recording time
8
SETTINGS
z When pre-alarm recording is set to “ON”, the recording
rate is limited to 30 FPS (and a setting of 60 FPS
cannot be made).
z The file size is intended as a general guideline and
actual sizes will depend on the recorded video.
Set “REC PROGRAM GROUP”.
See (JP.73) for more details regarding program
recording.
Example: P-1
The following settings are carried out using the shuttle
dial and jog dial.
z Vertical cursor movement: Turn the jog dial.
z Cursor movement to the right: Turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
z Modification of values: Turn the shuttle dial clockwise,
and then with the setting value flashing, turn the jog
dial.
z Confirmation of values: Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
<NORMAL REC MODE SET>
PICTURE QUALITY
: ENHANCED
AUDIO RECORDING
: ON
REC RATE : ****FPS ( 65H)
REC PROGRAM GROUP
: P-1
[Settings] (‹ indicates default setting)
Setting
6
<NORMAL REC MODE SET>
PICTURE QUALITY
: ENHANCED
AUDIO RECORDING
: ON
REC RATE : A 7.5FPS ( 66H)
REC PROGRAM GROUP
: OFF
‹OFF
Set “AUDIO RECORDING”.
(Default setting: OFF)
Example: ON
<NORMAL REC MODE SET>
PICTURE QUALITY
: ENHANCED
AUDIO RECORDING
: ON
REC RATE : A 15FPS ( 34H)
REC PROGRAM GROUP
: OFF
9
Description
Video from all cameras is recording at the same rate.
P-1
Used when recording with Program No. 1.
P-2
Used when recording with Program No. 2.
P-3
Used when recording with Program No. 3.
P-4
Used when recording with Program No. 4.
Press the [EXIT/OSD] button.
The setting procedure is ended and the display returns to
the normal screen.
EXIT/OSD
z Audio recording can only be specified when “REC
RATE” is between A60 and A1 FPS.
z When set to “ON”, the letter “A (indicating that audio will
be recorded)” is displayed in front of the recording rate.
As both video and audio will be stored in the normal
recording area, this area’s overall capacity will reduce
accordingly.
z Audio will only be output during playback at the same
rate as recording.
z Audio and video may be slightly out of synchrony in
certain situations.
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Setting program recording
Use the following procedure to record from specified
cameras. A total of four programs (No. 1 through No. 4)
can be setup for this purpose. For example, Program No. 1
could be setup to record from cameras No. 1 through No. 4
only, whereas Program No. 2 could be setup to record
from cameras No. 3 through No. 6. In addition, these
programs can also be used for timer recording.
The <PROGRAM REC SET> screen is displayed with the
cursor positioned on “PROGRAM”.
<PROGRAM REC SET>
PROGRAM : P-1
01:
05:
09:
13:
Example:
Setting Program No. 1 to record video from cameras
No. 1 through No. 3
Cameras No. 1 through No. 9 are available for the
DSR-3709.
3
<PROGRAM REC SET>
(1)
(2)
PROGRAM : P-1
01:
05:
09:
13:
SELECT
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
Turn the jog dial to select “5. PROGRAM
REC SET”, and then turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
INDIVIDUAL
02: 0.5
06: 0.5
10: 0.5
14: 0.5
NORMAL REC
CAMERA RATE(FPS)
03: 0.5
04: 0.5
07: 0.5
08: 0.5
11: 0.5
12: 0.5
15: 0.5
16: 0.5
: 65H
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
“P-1” flashes.
INDIVIDUAL CAMERA RATE(FPS)
02: 0.5
03: 0.5
04: 0.5
06: 0.5
07: 0.5
08: 0.5
10: 0.5
11: 0.5
12: 0.5
14: 0.5
15: 0.5
16: 0.5
NORMAL REC : 65H
<PROGRAM REC SET>
PROGRAM : P-1
01:
05:
09:
13:
(1) PROGRAM
Selects Program No. 1 through Program No. 4.
(2) SELECT INDIVIDUAL CAMERA RATE
Sets which of the connected cameras to record from.
Recording rates can also be set for each camera.
1
SELECT
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
4
Press the [MENU] button, turn the jog
dial to select “2. RECORD SET”, and
then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
SELECT
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
INDIVIDUAL CAMERA RATE(FPS)
02: 0.5
03: 0.5
04: 0.5
06: 0.5
07: 0.5
08: 0.5
10: 0.5
11: 0.5
12: 0.5
14: 0.5
15: 0.5
16: 0.5
NORMAL REC : 65H
Turn the jog dial to select a program
number (P-1, for example), and then
turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
The cursor moves to “0.5” from “SELECT INDIVIDUAL
CAMERA RATE (FPS)”.
<PROGRAM REC SET>
The <RECORD SET> screen is displayed.
PROGRAM : P-1
MENU
01:
05:
09:
13:
5
SELECT
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
INDIVIDUAL
02: 0.5
06: 0.5
10: 0.5
14: 0.5
NORMAL REC
CAMERA RATE(FPS)
03: 0.5
04: 0.5
07: 0.5
08: 0.5
11: 0.5
12: 0.5
15: 0.5
16: 0.5
: 65H
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
“0.5” (recording rate) flashes.
<PROGRAM REC SET>
PROGRAM : P-1
01:
05:
09:
13:
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0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
INDIVIDUAL CAMERA RATE(FPS)
02: 0.5
03: 0.5
04: 0.5
06: 0.5
07: 0.5
08: 0.5
10: 0.5
11: 0.5
12: 0.5
14: 0.5
15: 0.5
16: 0.5
NORMAL REC : 65H
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Turn the jog dial to select a recording
rate (7.5, for example), and then turn the
shuttle dial clockwise.
Timer settings
Use the following procedures to set recording start and
stop times using the timer function.
Camera No. 1 is now set to record at a rate of 7.5.
The cursor moves to “02”.
Timer setting items
Valid recording rates
30*, 15, 7.5, 3.75, 1.875, 1, 0.5, 0.33, 0.25, 0.2, 0.1, 0.05,
0.03, OFF (Unit: FPS)
* A selection cannot be made when pre-alarm recording
has been set to “ON”.
7
Set recording rates for Camera No. 2
and Camera No. 3 in the same way.
With the cursor flashing on “04”
(camera number), turn the jog dial to
select “OFF”, and then turn the shuttle
dial clockwise.
(7)
Use the same procedure to set Camera
No. 5 through Camera No. 16 to “OFF”.
<PROGRAM REC SET>
SELECT
7.5
OFF
OFF
OFF
<TIMER SET>
STOP PROGRAM
--:-OFF
--:-OFF
--:-OFF
--:-OFF
--:-OFF
--:-OFF
--:-OFF
--:-OFF
*****
OFF
FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
SET
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
(2) START
These fields are used to enter the time (24-hour time) at
which to start timer recording.
PROGRAM : P-1
01:
05:
09:
13:
START
--:---:---:---:---:---:---:---:-*****
(1) WEEK
These fields are used to select the days of the week for
timer settings. When a day in the “WEEK” column is
flashing, it can be set to another day.The 7th line (default:
“SAT”) and 8th line (default: “DLY”) are used for timer
recording settings of over 24 hours.
Video from Camera No. 4 will not be recorded.
9
WEEK
SUN
MON
TUE
WED
THU
FRI
SAT
DLY
EXT
SETTINGS
8
Timer setting items allow you to set times at which to start
and stop recording or recording rate on each specified day
of the week.
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6)
INDIVIDUAL CAMERA RATE(FPS)
02: 1
03: 1
04: OFF
06: OFF
07: OFF
08: OFF
10: OFF
11: OFF
12: OFF
14: OFF
15: OFF
16: OFF
NORMAL REC : 55H
(3) STOP
These fields are used to enter the time (24-hour time) at
which to stop timer recording.
If the stop and end times are on different days (i.e.,
midnight is included), a “T” will be displayed to the left of
the end time.
10 If necessary, use this procedure to
setup other programs (i.e., No. 2
through No. 4).
(4) PROGRAM
These fields are used to enable timer recording using the
program function “P-1” through “P-4”. (JP.73)
11 Press the [EXIT/OSD] button.
(5) FPS
These fields are used to set the recording rate.
No setting is necessary here when using program
recording.
The setting procedure is ended and the display returns to
the normal screen.
EXIT/OSD
(6) SET
When set to “ON”, timer is enabled.
When set to “OFF”, timer is disabled.
(7) Settings for timer recording of over 24 hours
Use these lines for timer recording spanning more than 24
hours.
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z The settings made using <NORMAL REC MODE SET>
are used to set quality and audio recording for timer
recording. (JP.71)
z Set recording rate to above 1 FPS when performing
audio recording.
z If the start and end times are on different days (i.e.,
midnight is included), a “T” will be displayed to the left of
the end time.
z Ensure that start and end times are input using 24-hour
notation.
Turn the jog dial to set “SUN” to “DLY”,
and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
The start time flashes as “--:--”.
5
Repeat steps 3 and 4 to set the
remaining items with the shuttle dial,
jog dial, or numeric keys.
„ To change a displayed setting item
Turn the shuttle dial in the required direction to select the
item to be changed, and then turn the jog dial to change
the setting.
Making timer reservations every day with the
same duration and recording rate
WEEK
SUN
MON
TUE
WED
THU
FRI
SAT
DLY
EXT
Example:
Making a timer recording every day from 8:30 to 18:30
with the same recording rate.
1
Press the [MENU] button and turn the
jog dial to select “2. RECORD SET”, and
then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
6
The <RECORD SET> screen is displayed.
MENU
START
08:30
--:---:---:---:---:---:---:-*****
<TIMER SET>
STOP PROGRAM
18:30
OFF
--:-OFF
--:-OFF
--:-OFF
--:-OFF
--:-OFF
--:-OFF
--:-OFF
*****
OFF
FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
SET
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
Press the [EXIT/OSD] button when all of
the necessary settings have been made.
The display returns to the normal screen.
EXIT/OSD
2
Turn the jog dial to select “6. TIMER
SET”, and then turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
„ To set different recording times and/or
recording rates for each day of the week
Set the desired recording times and recording rate for
each day.
The <TIMER SET> screen is displayed.
The cursor moves to the “SUN” row.
WEEK
SUN
MON
TUE
WED
THU
FRI
SAT
DLY
EXT
3
START
--:---:---:---:---:---:---:---:-*****
<TIMER SET>
STOP PROGRAM
--:-OFF
--:-OFF
--:-OFF
--:-OFF
--:-OFF
--:-OFF
--:-OFF
--:-OFF
*****
OFF
FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
SET
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
z If specific days are set as holidays, the operation for
Sunday will be used on those days also. (JP.56)
z If timer settings overlap, recording is performed in the
following sequence.
Each daily reservation → DLY → EXT
Priority (high) ←−−−−−−−−−−−−→ (low)
z If a reservation for a particular day overlaps with a daily
reservation, priority is given to that with the earliest start
time. If both have the same start time, priority is given to
that with the highest setting position in the menu.
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
“SUN” from the “WEEK” column flashes.
SUN
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--:--
OFF 15FPS
OFF
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To cancel all set timer reservations
1
Press the [MENU RESET] button with
the <TIMER SET> screen displayed.
Make settings in the “WEEK” and
“START” columns.
(1) Turn the jog dial to change “SAT” to “MON”, and then
turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
“--” (time) under “START” flashes.
All setting items are cleared.
MON
--:--
--:--
OFF
15FPS
OFF
(2) Set “--” to “10” with the jog dial or numeric keys and
turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
(3) Set “--” to “30” with the jog dial or numeric keys and
turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
[MENU RESET] button
MON
Use the following procedures to set timer recordings
spanning more than 24 hours. The 7th (SAT) and 8th
(DLY) lines from the <TIMER SET> screen are used for
this purpose.
4
“SAT” from the “WEEK” column flashes.
You can change the setting of the flashing item.
Line 7
WEEK
SUN
MON
TUE
WED
THU
FRI
SAT
DLY
EXT
START
--:---:---:---:---:---:---:---:-*****
FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
15FPS
OFF
Turn the jog dial to change the stop time
from “--” to “**”, and then turn the
shuttle dial clockwise.
MON
TUE
Turn the jog dial to select line 7 (SAT),
and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
<TIMER SET>
STOP PROGRAM
--:-OFF
--:-OFF
--:-OFF
--:-OFF
--:-OFF
--:-OFF
--:-OFF
--:-OFF
*****
OFF
OFF
The “DLY” item on line 8 automatically changes to “TUE”
(i.e., the day after that set on line 7) and flashes. Items that
do not need to be set are displayed as
.
Example:
Timer recording from 10:30 on Monday to 20:30 on
Wednesday with a recording rate of 5 FPS.
1
--:--
SETTINGS
3
Timer reservations spanning more than 24
hours
10:30
**:**
--:--
***
OFF
****FPS
15FPS
***
OFF
Set the day and time to stop recording
using “WEEK” and “STOP”, and also
make settings for “FPS” and “SET”.
MON
WED
SET
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
10:30
**:**
(1)
10:30
**:**
**:**
20:30
***
OFF
****FPS
5FPS
***
ON
(4)
(5)
(2) (3)
(1) Turn the jog dial to change “TUE” to “WED”, and then
turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
(2) Set “--” to “20” with the jog dial or numeric keys and
turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
(3) Set “--” to “30” with the jog dial or numeric keys and
turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
(4) Turn the jog dial to change “--” (recording rate) to “5”,
and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
(5) Turn the jog dial to set “OFF” to “ON”.
5
Press the [EXIT/OSD] button.
The setting procedure is ended and the display returns to
the normal screen.
EXIT/OSD
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Timer recording using an external timer
Use the following procedure to control the start and end of
recording in response to signals received via the EXT
TIMER ON terminal on the rear of the digital video
recorder.
The cursor moves to line 1.
EXT
Example:
Recording at a rate of 5 FPS using the EXT TIMER ON
terminal
1
Turn the jog dial to change “OFF” to
“ON”, and then turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
6
*****
*****
OFF
5FPS
ON
Press the [EXIT/OSD] button.
The setting is completed and turns to normal screen.
Connect the signal line from the
external timer to the EXT TIMER ON
terminal within the rear panel control
terminal block.
EXIT/OSD
7
External timer signal
Press the [TIMER] button.
TIMER
External timer input (with a pulse
width of 1 second or more)
2
z The [TIMER] button lights up and the recorder enters
timer recording standby mode.
z “REC” will be displayed within the operation display
area while a signal is being received (with a pulse width
of 1 second or more) via the EXT TIMER ON terminal,
and monitoring video will be recorded in the normal
recording area.
Turn the jog dial to select line 9 (EXT),
and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
“OFF” for “PROGRAM” flashes.
WEEK
SUN
MON
TUE
WED
THU
FRI
SAT
DLY
EXT
3
START
--:---:---:---:---:---:---:---:-*****
<TIMER SET>
STOP PROGRAM
--:-OFF
--:-OFF
--:-OFF
--:-OFF
--:-OFF
--:-OFF
--:-OFF
--:-OFF
*****
OFF
FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
SET
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
z External timer recording and normal timer recording can
be combined.
z Connect the signal line from the external timer to the
external timer recording terminal. External timer
recording will not be possible until a timer is connected.
Setting alarm recording
Turn the jog dial to set “PROGRAM” to
“OFF”, and then turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
To set alarm recording
Use the following procedure to select the recording picture
quality, audio recording, and recording rate for the alarm
recording area.
“15” for “FPS” flashes.
EXT
4
*****
*****
OFF
15FPS
OFF
1
Turn the jog dial to set “FPS” to “5”,
and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
Press the [MENU] button and turn the
jog dial to select “2. RECORD SET”, and
then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
The <RECORD SET> screen is displayed.
“OFF” flashes.
MENU
EXT
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*****
*****
OFF
5FPS
OFF
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Turn the jog dial to select “7. ALARM
REC MODE SET”, and then turn the
shuttle dial clockwise.
[Settings] (‹ indicates default setting)
Setting
The <ALARM REC MODE SET> screen is displayed.
The cursor moves to
“ALARM
RECORDING”.
3
<ALARM REC MODE SET>
ALARM RECORDING
: OFF
PICTURE QUALITY
: ENHANCED
AUDIO RECORDING
: OFF
ALARM INTERLEAVE
: ONLY
REC RATE:
15FPS,
DURATION: 20SEC
PRE-ALARM RECORDING
: ***
REC RATE: **** FPS,
DURATION: ****
=> (01731 ALARMS CAN BE RECORDED)
ALARM TRIGGER
: ALARM
MOTION SENSOR
->
Description
BASIC (BA)
15 kB
NORMAL (NO)
22 kB
‹ENHANCED(EN)
30 kB
FINE (FI)
42 kB
SUPER FINE (SF) 50 kB
z The file size is intended as a general guideline and
actual sizes will depend on the recorded video.
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
Turn the jog dial to select “ALARM
RECORDING”, and then turn the shuttle
dial clockwise.
<ALARM REC MODE SET>
ALARM RECORDING
: ENABLED
PICTURE QUALITY
: ENHANCED
AUDIO RECORDING
: OFF
ALARM INTERLEAVE
: ONLY
REC RATE:
15FPS,
DURATION: 20SEC
PRE-ALARM RECORDING
: ***
REC RATE: **** FPS,
DURATION: ****
=> (01731 ALARMS CAN BE RECORDED)
ALARM TRIGGER
: ALARM
MOTION SENSOR
->
Maximum number of
alarm recordings
6
Setting
Set “AUDIO RECORDING”.
Description
Alarm recording is not carried out.
ENABLED
Alarm recording is always carried out,
regardless of whether or not timer recording
is being performed.
AL-REC ON
TIMER
Alarm recording is carried out only during
timer recording.
AL-REC OFF
TIMER
Alarm recording is carried out only when
timer recording is not being performed.
OLY AL-RC
ON TMR
Alarm recording is carried out only for the
amount of time set by the timer. Timer
recording is not performed.
<ALARM REC MODE SET>
ALARM RECORDING
: ENABLED
PICTURE QUALITY
: ENHANCED
AUDIO RECORDING
: OFF
ALARM INTERLEAVE
: ONLY
REC RATE:
15FPS,
DURATION: 20SEC
PRE-ALARM RECORDING
: OFF
REC RATE: **** FPS,
DURATION: ****
=> (01731 ALARMS CAN BE RECORDED)
ALARM TRIGGER
: ALARM
MOTION SENSOR
->
When set to “ON”, the letter “A” (indicating that audio will
be recorded) and the maximum number of alarm
recordings is displayed in parenthesis.
[Settings] (‹ indicates default setting)
‹OFF
SETTINGS
A guideline of the maximum number of alarm recordings
under current settings is displayed in parentheses.
“OFF” flashes.
4
Set “PICTURE QUALITY”.
<ALARM REC MODE SET>
ALARM RECORDING
: ENABLED
PICTURE QUALITY
: ENHANCED
AUDIO RECORDING
: ON
ALARM INTERLEAVE
: ONLY
REC RATE: A 15FPS,
DURATION: 20SEC
PRE-ALARM RECORDING
: OFF
REC RATE: **** FPS,
DURATION: ****
=> (01679 ALARMS CAN BE RECORDED)
ALARM TRIGGER
: ALARM
MOTION SENSOR
->
[Settings] (‹ indicates default setting)
Setting
‹OFF
If “OLY AL-RC ON TMR” is set, timer recording becomes
unavailable and the [TIMER] button is disabled.
ON
The following settings are carried out with the shuttle
dial and jog dial.
z Vertical cursor movement: Turn the jog dial.
z Cursor movement to the right: Turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
z Modification of values: Turn the shuttle dial clockwise,
and then with the setting value flashing, turn the jog
dial.
z Confirmation of values: Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
Description
Audio recording is not carried out.
Audio recording is carried out.
[Setting conditions]
z Audio recording is possible when “REC RATE” is set to
1.00 FPS or greater.
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Set “ALARM INTERLEAVE”.
When alarm recording settings have been
completed
<ALARM REC MODE SET>
ALARM RECORDING
: ENABLED
PICTURE QUALITY
: ENHANCED
AUDIO RECORDING
: ON
ALARM INTERLEAVE
: ONLY
REC RATE: A 15FPS,
DURATION: 20SEC
PRE-ALARM RECORDING
: OFF
REC RATE: **** FPS,
DURATION: ****
=> (01679 ALARMS CAN BE RECORDED)
ALARM TRIGGER
: ALARM
MOTION SENSOR
->
9
EXIT/OSD
The setting procedure is ended and the display returns to
the normal screen.
“ALARM” and the number of alarms appear in the
operation display area.
When an alarm occurs, the alarm display flashes.
[Settings] (‹ indicates default setting)
Setting
Description
Video is recorded only from cameras with an alarm
occurring.
‹ONLY
Number of alarm
Alarm display
Recording is switched between camera video including an alarm and video from all connected cameras.
SW
Press the [EXIT/OSD] button.
01-01-04 00:00:00 REC REPEAT EN A ALARM 0000
* Recording pattern for “SW” and “ONLY”
SW
01
Alarm
02
03
02
Alarm
04
02
05
04
06
02
07
04
08
02
Alternate recording of multiple items of alarm video
ONLY
01
Alarm
02
03
02
02
Alarm is cancelled
02
02
02
02
04
z If a new alarm occurs during alarm recording, the alarm
count is incremented in the same way as if two alarms
had occurred. However, in cases where alarms occur
consecutively on the same channel, alarm retrigger
settings (JP.84) can be used to ensure that these are
counted as one alarm only.
Recording until the alarm is cancelled
8
Set “REC RATE” and “DURATION”.
The maximum number of recording alarms (shown in
parentheses) changes in accordance with the new
settings.
(Default setting for recording rate: 15 FPS)
(Default setting for duration: 20 SEC)
Maximum number of
alarm recording
To set pre-alarm recording
z Settings cannot be made for “PRE-ALARM
RECORDING” when “ALARM RECORDING” is set to
“OFF”.
<ALARM REC MODE SET>
ALARM RECORDING
: ENABLED
PICTURE QUALITY
: ENHANCED
AUDIO RECORDING
: ON
ALARM INTERLEAVE
: ONLY
REC RATE: A 15FPS,
DURATION: 20SEC
PRE-ALARM RECORDING
: OFF
REC RATE: **** FPS,
DURATION: ****
=> (01679 ALARMS CAN BE RECORDED)
ALARM TRIGGER
: ALARM
MOTION SENSOR
->
1
“OFF” flashes.
[Settings]
Item
English
Setting
Description
REC RATE 30 to 0.033 FPS
Sets the recording rate.
5 SEC, 10 SEC,
20 SEC, 40 SEC,
1 MIN, 2 MIN,
DURATION
3 MIN, 4 MIN,
5 MIN, 10 MIN,
15 MIN, CC*1
Sets the recording time per
alarm.
*1
Turn the jog dial to select “PRE-ALARM
RECORDING”, and then turn the shuttle
dial clockwise.
<ALARM REC MODE SET>
ALARM RECORDING
: ENABLED
PICTURE QUALITY
: ENHANCED
AUDIO RECORDING
: ON
ALARM INTERLEAVE
: ONLY
REC RATE: A 15FPS,
DURATION: 20SEC
PRE-ALARM RECORDING
: OFF
REC RATE: **** FPS,
DURATION: ****
=> (01679 ALARMS CAN BE RECORDED)
ALARM TRIGGER
: ALARM
MOTION SENSOR
->
Operates while an alarm is being triggered. (5 sec.
minimum)
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Turn the jog dial to change “OFF” to
“ON”, and then turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
A message appears indicating automatic rate adjustment.
“NO” flashes.
Turn the jog dial to set “DURATION” (10
SEC for example), and then turn the
shuttle dial clockwise.
(Default setting: 1 MIN)
The cursor moves to “ALARM TRIGGER”.
<ALARM REC MODE SET>
ALARM RECORDING
: ENABLED
PICTURE QUALITY
: ENHANCED
AUDIO RECORDING
: ON
ALARM INTERLEAVE
: ONLY
REC RATE: A 15FPS,
DURATION: 20SEC
PRE-ALARM RECORDING
: ON
REC RATE: A 30FPS,
DURATION: 10SEC
=> (00694 ALARMS CAN BE RECORDED)
ALARM TRIGGER
: ALARM
MOTION SENSOR
->
[Settings] (‹ indicates default setting)
Setting
‹OFF
ON
3
Description
Pre-alarm recording is not carried out.
Pre-alarm recording is carried out.
Turn the jog dial to select “YES” for
warning message, and then turn the
shuttle dial clockwise.
7
<WARNING>
REC RATE SETTING IN THE MENU WILL BE
AUTOMATICALLY ADJUSTED.
SETTINGS
When pre-alarm recording settings have been
completed
The cursor moves to recording rate and duration.
Press the [EXIT/OSD] button.
EXIT/OSD
ARE YOU SURE ?
YES
CHANGE:JOG
4
The setting procedure is ended and the display returns to
the normal screen.
“PRE” appears in the operation display area. When an
alarm occurs, “ALARM” is displayed.
SET:SHUTTLE
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
Number of alarm
PRE display
“REC RATE” for “PRE-ALARM RECORDING” flashes.
01-01-04 00:00:00 REC REPEAT EN A PRE 0000
<ALARM REC MODE SET>
ALARM RECORDING
: ENABLED
PICTURE QUALITY
: ENHANCED
AUDIO RECORDING
: ON
ALARM INTERLEAVE
: ONLY
REC RATE: A 15FPS,
DURATION: 20SEC
PRE-ALARM RECORDING
: ON
REC RATE: A 15FPS,
DURATION: 1MIN
=> (00229 ALARMS CAN BE RECORDED)
ALARM TRIGGER
: ALARM
MOTION SENSOR
->
5
02
Turn the jog dial to set “REC RATE” (30
FPS, for example), and then turn the
shuttle dial clockwise.
z Pre-alarm recording is carried out over the period
before alarm input as set by “DURATION”. In order to
playback pre-alarm recordings, carry out alarm search
(using the [SEARCH] button). (JP.31)
As playback begins at the point of alarm occurrence,
use the shuttle dial to move back into the area of prealarm recording.
z When normal recording and pre-alarm recording are
performed simultaneously, audio will not be recorded
together with pre-alarm video.
(Default setting: 15 FPS)
“DURATION” for “PRE-ALARM RECORDING” flashes.
<ALARM REC MODE SET>
ALARM RECORDING
: ENABLED
PICTURE QUALITY
: ENHANCED
AUDIO RECORDING
: ON
ALARM INTERLEAVE
: ONLY
REC RATE: A 15FPS,
DURATION: 20SEC
PRE-ALARM RECORDING
: ON
REC RATE: A 30FPS,
DURATION: 1MIN
=> (00229 ALARMS CAN BE RECORDED)
ALARM TRIGGER
: ALARM
MOTION SENSOR
->
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Setting the motion sensors
Setting the alarm trigger
Use this setting to indicate how alarms are to be detected.
1
Use the following procedure to set motion sensor on video
from each camera so that alarms can be detected.
Turn the jog dial to select “ALARM
TRIGGER”, and then turn the shuttle
dial clockwise.
(1)
“ALARM” flashes in the “ALARM TRIGGER” field.
<ALARM REC MODE SET>
ALARM RECORDING
: ENABLED
PICTURE QUALITY
: ENHANCED
AUDIO RECORDING
: ON
ALARM INTERLEAVE
: ONLY
REC RATE: A 15FPS,
DURATION: 20SEC
PRE-ALARM RECORDING
: ON
REC RATE: A 30FPS,
DURATION: 1MIN
=> (00229 ALARMS CAN BE RECORDED)
ALARM TRIGGER
: ALARM
MOTION SENSOR
->
2
(2)
(3)
Description
Alarm recording is performed when an
external alarm is generated (i.e.,
when a switch is attached to the alarm
input terminal on the rear panel, and
the switch is activated).
SENSOR
Alarm recording is performed when a
motion sensor detects movement.
See the section on setting motion
sensors for more details.
ALARM AND
SENSOR
Alarm recording is performed when
both the external alarm and a motion
sensor are activated simultaneously.
(4)
(5)
(3) Time period
Select an interval as set using “TIME PERIOD” on
P.57.
(4) LEVEL
Sets the sensitivity level of the motion sensors.
OFF: No motion sensor has been set.
1 to 10: A motion sensor is set. Lower values
correspond to higher sensitivity levels and vice versa.
(5) MODE
Sets the detection method for the motion sensors.
(JP.83)
Alarm recording is performed when
ALARM OR SENSOR either the external alarm or a motion
sensor is activated.
z Refer to “NAMES AND FUNCTIONS OF PARTS” for
more details regarding operation of the jog dial and
shuttle dial. (JP.9)
[Setting conditions]
z When sensor selection has been made (i.e.,
“SENSOR”, “ALARM AND SENSOR”, or “ALARM OR
SENSOR”) it will be necessary to set the motion
sensors.
z The digital video recorder supports the coaxial alarm
signal from coaxial superimposition cameras. When a
coaxial alarm is input, it is treated as an external alarm.
English
MODE : A
(2) Camera number display
Changes when a [CAMERA SELECT] button is
pressed. Use this item to select the camera for which
motion sensors are to be setup.
[Settings] (‹ indicates default setting)
‹ALARM
LEVEL : OFF
(1) Motion sensor setting
Displays changes in response to the sensor condition,
and settings are made turning the jog dial.
-: Sensor off
A or B: Sensor on
Turn the jog dial to select an alarm
detection method, and then turn the
shuttle dial clockwise.
Setting
CH01 T-1
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Make timer settings for “TIME PERIOD
A” and “TIME PERIOD B” from <TIME
PERIOD SET>. (JP.57)
Turn the jog dial select “MOTION
SENSOR”, and then turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
Use this procedure to set other sensor
positions.
z All sensors on the same line as the cursor can be
modified simultaneously by pressing the [MENU
RESET] button. (A → B → -)
8
The motion sensor screen is displayed.
<ALARM REC MODE SET>
ALARM RECORDING
: ENABLED
PICTURE QUALITY
: ENHANCED
AUDIO RECORDING
: ON
ALARM INTERLEAVE
: ONLY
REC RATE: A 15FPS,
DURATION: 20SEC
PRE-ALARM RECORDING
: ON
REC RATE: A 15FPS,
DURATION: 1MIN
=> (00371 ALARMS CAN BE RECORDED)
ALARM TRIGGER
: SENSOR
MOTION SENSOR
->
Turn the jog dial to move the cursor to
“T-1”, and then turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
“T-1” flashes.
SETTINGS
A
The cursor (blue) is
displayed at the top left
position.
CH01 T-1
9
CH01 T-1
3
LEVEL : OFF
MODE : A
5
MODE : A
Turn the jog dial to select T-1, T-2, T-3,
or T-4, and then turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
The cursor moves to “LEVEL”.
Press the [CAMERA SELECT] button.
10 Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
Select the camera for which motion sensors are to be
setup.
4
LEVEL : OFF
“OFF” flashes for “LEVEL”.
Turn the jog dial clockwise or counterclockwise to move the cursor (blue) to
the position where a sensor is to be set.
A
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise, and
then turn the jog dial to select “A” or
“B”.
CH01 T-2
“A” or “B” : Sensor set
“-”
: No sensor
LEVEL : OFF
MODE : A
A
CH01 T-1
6
LEVEL : OFF
MODE : A
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
After confirming this setting, the cursor (blue) moves one
position to the right.
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11 Turn the jog dial to set the sensitivity
13 Turn the jog dial to select a “MODE”,
The cursor moves to “MODE”.
The mode selection is confirmed and the cursor returns to
the top left position.
(OFF or 1 through 10), and then turn the
shuttle dial clockwise.
and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
[Settings] (‹ indicates default setting)
Setting
A
CH01 T-2
LEVEL : 1
Setting
‹OFF
1 to10
‹A
B
The motion sensor alarm is triggered when a
moving object is detected in B.
A AND B
The motion sensor alarm is triggered when a
moving object is detected by a sensor in both A
and B.
MODE : A
[Settings] (‹ indicates default setting)
Description
By setting A to important points (or suspected
points of motion) and setting B to non-moving
points, motion can be detected at point A even
A AND NB
when the overall brightness changes and in other
situations where motion at both A and B would
normally be detected.
Motion sensing is not carried out.
Motion sensing is carried out. Lower values
correspond to higher sensitivities.
12 Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
A TO B
The motion sensor alarm is triggered when an
object is detected moving from A to B. (within 2
seconds from A to B)
B TO A
The motion sensor alarm is triggered when an
object is detected moving from B to A. (within 2
seconds from B to A)
C
A motion sensor alarm is triggered when the
entire image changes uniformly. In this way,
sprays and other similar measures can be
protected against. (Setting of sensor positions is
unnecessary.)
“A” flashes for the “MODE”.
A
CH01 T-2
LEVEL : 1
Description
The motion sensor alarm is triggered when a
moving object is detected in A.
MODE : A
14 Set “LEVEL” and “MODE” for T-2
through T-4 using the same procedure
(i.e., steps 8 through 13).
z Motion sensor positions are common for T-1 through
T-4, and different settings cannot be made.
z Sensitivity levels and modes can be set individually for
T-1 through T-4.
15 Turn the shuttle dial counter-clockwise.
Motion sensor settings are confirmed and the <ALARM
REC MODE SET> screen is displayed once again.
„ To stop motion sensor recording
(1) During recording, display the <ALARM REC MODE
SET> screen and turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
(2) The motion sensor screen is displayed. Turn the
sensitivity level OFF.
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z The period for “T-1” through “T-4” as set in step 9
changes to that of “TIME PERIOD A” or “TIME PERIOD
B” on P.57.
z When time period is unset, T-1 settings are enabled
and T-2 through T-4 are disabled.
Turn the jog dial to set the alarm trigger
to “ON”, and then turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
The cursor moves to “MAIN MON. DISPLAY”.
[Settings] (‹ indicates default setting)
Setting
‹OFF
z The sensitivity level can be checked using the setting
screen. When motion is detected, the sensor color
changes from green to red, and a buzzer is sounded.
If detection is too sensitive, an alarm can be triggered
even by slight changes in lighting; accordingly, the
sensitivity level should be set to match the camera
location.
Even if a new alarm is received on the same channel
during alarm recording, the duration is not extended.
If a new alarm is received on the same channel during
alarm recording, the duration is extended and both
alarms are treated as one. (Example: Input in the alarm
sequence A → C) However, if the new alarm is on a
different channel, the alarms are treated separately.
(Example: Input in the alarm sequence A → B → C)
Example:
Alarm
CH1
Press the [MENU] button and turn the
jog dial to select “2. RECORD SET”, and
then turn the shuttle dial.
SETTINGS
ON
Setting alarm operation and display
1
Description
Alarm
Alarm Recording A Alarm Recording C
Alarm
CH2
Alarm Recording B
The <RECORD SET> screen is displayed.
MENU
Setting alarm display
1
2
Turn the jog dial to select “8. ALARM
OPERATION SET”, and then turn the
shuttle dial clockwise.
Turn the jog dial to select “MAIN MON.
DISPLAY”, and then turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
“NC” starts to flash for “MAIN MON. DISPLAY”.
<ALARM OPERATION SET>
ALARM RETRIGGER
: ON
The <ALARM OPERATION SET> screen is displayed with
the cursor positioned on “ALARM RETRIGGER”.
MAIN MON. DISPLAY
ALARM PRIORITY
MON.2 DISPLAY
<ALARM OPERATION SET>
ALARM RETRIGGER
: OFF
MAIN MON. DISPLAY
ALARM PRIORITY
MON.2 DISPLAY
: NC
: LAST
: OFF
[Settings] (‹ indicates default setting)
Setting
3
: NC
: LAST
: OFF
FULL
When an alarm is detected, the video on the
channel containing the alarm is displayed in full
screen format on the main monitor.
9
When an alarm is detected, a multi-9 screen
display is presented on the main monitor.
16
When an alarm is detected, a multi-16 screen
display is presented on the main monitor. (This can
only be set on the DSR-3716.)
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
“OFF” flashes in the “ALARM RETRIGGER” field.
‹NC
84
Description
The main monitor’s display does not change when
an alarm is detected.
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Turn the jog dial to set “MAIN MON.
DISPLAY”, and then turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
Canceling alarms
To forcibly cancel an alarm during alarm operation, press
the [CAMERA SELECT] button for the camera inputting
the alarm and hold it for approximately 3 seconds.
Alternatively, connect a switch between the alarm reset
terminal and C (the grounded terminal), and turn on the
switch to cancel any alarm that is occurring.
The cursor moves to “ALARM PRIORITY”.
3
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise and turn
the jog dial to set “ALARM PRIORITY”,
and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise
once again.
C
The cursor moves to “MON.2 DISPLAY”.
[Settings] (‹ indicates default setting)
Setting
Description
When a number of alarms are occurring, the mostrecent alarm video is given priority.
‹LAST
When a number of alarms are occurring, only the
video for the first alarm is displayed. However, if
the duration for the alarm with the first input
expires, video for the next alarm will be displayed.
FIRST
When a number of alarms are occurring, the
display switches between the video from the
SWITCH
corresponding cameras, showing each for one
second.
z After an alarm duration has ended, the display returns
to the screen prior to alarm input.
4
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise and turn
the jog dial to set “MON.2 DISPLAY”
(ON/OFF), and then turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
The cursor moves to “ALARM RETRIGGER”.
[Settings] (‹ indicates default setting)
Setting
ON
‹OFF
5
Description
When an alarm occurs, the corresponding video is
displayed on the monitor 2.
No alarm video is displayed on the monitor 2.
Press the [EXIT/OSD] button.
The setting procedure is ended and the display returns to
the normal screen.
EXIT/OSD
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[EXIT/OSD] button
Main menu
[MENU] button
<MAIN MENU>
1.INITIAL SET
2.RECORD SET
3.GENERAL SET
4.SCREEN SET
5.POWER LOSS/USED TIME
6.INITIALIZATION LOG
7.COPY MENU SETTINGS
MOVE:JOG
Shuttle dial
->
->
->
->
->
->
->
CARD
Jog dial
MENU
RESET
SELECT:SHUTTLE
EJECT
Setting
General settings
Description
Ref.
<RS-485 SET>
Lets you make settings when
using RS-485.
P.96
<RS-485 SET>
The <GENERAL SET> is used to make the following
settings.
MOVE:JOG
Setting
1
<DISPLAY SET>
DATE
: ON
TIME
: ON
QUALITY
: ON
AUDIO
: ON
ALARM COUNT
: ON
ALARM TYPE
: ON
TITLE
: ON
VIDEO LOSS
2
: ON
<BUZZER SET>
ALARM
: OFF
DISK FULL
: ON
DISK ERROR
: ON
LOCK WARNING
: ON
KEY IN
: OFF
NON REC
: OFF
6
->
->
->
->
->
->
->
7
CH
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
PROTOCOL
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
: 19200
: ON
: ON
: 000
<CAMERA CONTROL SET>
ADD. | CH PROTOCOL
--- | 09 OFF
--- | 10 OFF
--- | 11 OFF
--- | 12 OFF
--- | 13 OFF
--- | 14 OFF
--- | 15 OFF
--- | 16 OFF
ADD.
-----------------
SETTINGS
<GENERAL SET>
1.DISPLAY SET
2.BUZZER SET
3.SECURITY LOCK SET
4.HDD SET
5.NETWORK SET
6.RS-485 SET
7.CAMERA CONTROL SET
DATA SPEED
STATUS INFO
ALARM INFO
ADDRESS
<CAMERA CONTROL SET>
Set when cameras with
P.97
remote operation capability
are connected.
SELECT:SHUTTLE
Description
<DISPLAY SET>
Switches display items such
as date and time from the
operation display area.
Settings can also be made
for situations where video
signals are lost.
Ref.
Setting data display
Use the following procedure to remove the date, time, or
other information from the operation display area. All items
are set to “ON” by default. Where necessary, the required
items can be turned off.
P.86
1
<BUZZER SET>
Turns the buzzer on or off.
P.88
Press the [MENU] button and turn the
jog dial to select “3. GENERAL SET”,
and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
The <GENERAL SET> screen is displayed.
MENU
3
4
<SECURITY LOCK SET>
LEVEL
PASSWORD(4-8) USE
ADMIN
-------- OFF
USER
-------- OFF
REC CONTROL
: ADMIN
CAMERA CONTROL
: ADMIN
<HDD SET>
DISK1
: 82GB
DISK2
: ---GB
DISK INITIALIZE
->
CAUTION : ALL RECORDING WILL BE ERASED!
MIRRORING
: OFF
PLAYBACK DRIVE
: ***
CAUTION : RECORDING SPEED WILL BE
LIMITED BY MIRRORING!
5
<NETWORK
NETWORK CONTROL
NETWORK STATUS
IP ADDRESS
SUBNET MASK
GATEWAY
PORT
ID
ID1
ID2
ID3
SET>
: OFF
: ON
: 192.168. 0. 1
: 255.255.255. 0
: 0. 0. 0. 0
: 00080
: PASSWORD (4-8)
: 1111---: 2222---: 3333----
<SECURITY LOCK SET>
Lets you set passwords to
prevent unauthorized users
from operating the digital
video recorder.
P.89
<HDD SET>
Allows confirmation of hard
disk capacity and performs
initialization.
Settings can also be made
for mirroring.
P.92
<NETWORK SET>
Allows the digital video
P.93
recorder to be connected to a
PC via a network.
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Turn the jog dial to select “1. DISPLAY
SET”, and then turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
„ The content of the operation display area
changes when the setting for “ALARM
RECORDING” (JP.77) from <ALARM REC
MODE SET> is switched.
The <DISPLAY SET> screen is displayed.
(1)
(3)
(5)
(7)
<DISPLAY SET>
DATE
: ON
TIME
: ON
QUALITY
: ON
AUDIO
: ON
ALARM COUNT
: ON
ALARM TYPE
: ON
TITLE
: ON
(2)
(4)
(6)
VIDEO LOSS
(1)
When turned “OFF”:
The alarm count and type are not displayed.
When turned “ENABLED”:
The operation display area changes as follows.
z “ALARM” is displayed when alarm video is recorded or
played back.
z “PRE” is displayed when pre-alarm video is recorded or
played back.
z “ARCHIV” is displayed for playback from the archive area.
(2)
: ON
(3)(4) (6)
01-01-04 00:00:00 REC 1%
02
6
(5)
EN A ALARM 0000
The setting procedure is ended and the display returns to
the normal screen.
(7)
3
EXIT/OSD
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
“ON” for the (1) “DATE” flashes. This can be set to “OFF”
turning the jog dial to remove the date from the operation
display area.
4
Press the [EXIT/OSD] button.
z A maximum of 9,999 alarms can be displayed in the
operation display area. When this number is exceeded,
the count returns to 0000.
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
\
Setting display for video loss
The cursor moves to the time entry.
The following settings are carried out with the shuttle
dial and jog dial.
z Vertical cursor movement: Turn the jog dial.
z Cursor movement to the right: Turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
z Modification of values: Turn the shuttle dial clockwise,
and then with the setting value flashing, turn the jog
dial.
z Confirmation of values: Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
5
Use the following procedure to display “VIDEO LOSS!”
when the camera video is interrupted.
1
<DISPLAY SET>
DATE
: ON
TIME
: ON
QUALITY
: ON
AUDIO
: ON
ALARM COUNT
: ON
ALARM TYPE
: ON
TITLE
: ON
Perform the following if so required.
z TIME (OFF):
Time is not displayed during recording or playback.
z QUALITY (OFF):
Picture quality mode is not displayed during recording
or playback.
z AUDIO (OFF):
Audio recording settings are not displayed during
recording or playback.
z ALARM COUNT (OFF):
The current number of alarms is not displayed.
z ALARM TYPE (OFF):
The type of alarm recording is not displayed.
z TITLE (OFF):
Camera titles are not displayed.
English
Turn the jog dial to select “VIDEO
LOSS”, and then turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
VIDEO LOSS
2
3
: ON
Turn the jog dial to display “ON”, and
then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
Press the [EXIT/OSD] button.
The setting procedure is ended and the display returns to
the normal screen.
EXIT/OSD
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z After “VIDEO LOSS” is detected, it can be cancelled by
performing either of the following.
(1) Input a video signal.
(2) If no video input is required, use a [CAMERA SELECT]
button to select the camera for which video loss was
detected and then press and hold the same button.
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
“OFF” flashes for “ALARM”.
4
Turn the jog dial to display “ON”, and
then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
<BUZZER SET>
ALARM
: ON
DISK FULL
: ON
DISK ERROR
: ON
LOCK WARNING
: ON
KEY IN
: OFF
NON REC
: OFF
Setting the buzzer
Use the following procedure to set a warning buzzer to
sound for alarms or when hard disk space becomes
insufficient.
1
Press the [MENU] button, turn the jog
dial to select “3. GENERAL SET”, and
then turn shuttle dial clockwise.
[Settings] (‹ indicates default setting)
‹OFF
The <GENERAL SET> screen is displayed.
ON
MENU
SETTINGS
Setting
Description
The buzzer is not sounded when an alarm is
generated.
The buzzer is sounded when an alarm is generated.
Use the above procedure whenever necessary to
change buzzer settings (ON or OFF).
2
5
Turn the jog dial to select “2. BUZZER
SET”, and then turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
The setting procedure is ended and the display returns to
the normal screen.
EXIT/OSD
The <BUZZER SET> screen is displayed.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Press the [EXIT/OSD] button.
<BUZZER SET>
ALARM
: OFF
DISK FULL
: ON
DISK ERROR
: ON
LOCK WARNING
: ON
KEY IN
: OFF
NON REC
: OFF
z To stop a buzzer, press any button or turn either the jog
dial or shuttle dial.
(5)
(6)
(1) ALARM (default setting: OFF)
Sounds the buzzer when a alarm occurs.
(2) DISK FULL (default setting: ON)
Sounds the buzzer when overwriting is forbidden and
the hard disk capacity becomes insufficient.
(3) DISK ERROR (default setting: ON)
Sounds a buzzer when a hard-disk error occurs.
(4) LOCK WARNING (default setting: ON)
Sounds a buzzer if a button is pressed while the
security lock is on. Specifically, the buzzer sounds
twice with an interval of approximately 0.5 seconds.
(5) KEY IN (default setting: OFF)
Sounds the buzzer when a button is pressed.
(6) NON REC (default setting: OFF)
A buzzer is sounded upon loss of recording.
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Setting the security lock
Use the procedures described below to set a passwords and to prevent unauthorized users from operating the digital video
recorder. If a button is pressed while the security lock is in operation, a buzzer will be sounded. Be sure to make a note of the
passwords that are set.
„ Operation after setting passwords
Two password types can be set, one for administrators and one for users. The table below gives typical password setting
combinations and lists how the digital video recorder operates for each.
Setting
item
ADMIN
ON
ON
USER
ON
OFF
REC
CONTROL
ADMIN
ADMIN
USER
USER
ADMIN
ADMIN
USER
USER
CAMERA
CONTROL
ADMIN
USER
USER
USER
ADMIN
USER
ADMIN
USER
USER
USER
USER
USER
not entered
not entered
not entered
not entered
password
LIVE
PLAY
Operation
PTZ
-
REC
-
-
-
MENU
-
-
-
-
-
Operation are as follows.
LIVE: [CAMERA SELECT], [QUAD], [MULTI], [MON2],
[EXIT/OSD], [SEQUENCE] button operations
PLAY: [PLAY/STOP], [ZOOM], [SEARCH], [COPY],
[STILL], [SHUTTLE HOLD], [ALARM] button
operations, jog/shuttle dial operations
PTZ:
PTZ camera controls operations
REC: [REC/STOP], [TIMER] button operations
MENU: [MENU], [MENU RESET] button operations
-
-
-
-
-
-
Setting the administrator password
Passwords comprise between 4 and 8 alphanumeric
characters.
Characters that can be entered in passwords: 0 to 9, A to Z
Example: Setting “123456AB” as a password
1
Press the [MENU] button and turn the
jog dial to select “3. GENERAL SET”,
and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
The <GENERAL SET> screen is displayed.
z Enter the administrator password to enable all
operations.
z If administrator and user are both “OFF”, all operations
are enabled no matter the security lock. (Default setting
value)
MENU
2
Turn the jog dial to select “3. SECURITY
LOCK SET”, and then turn the shuttle
dial clockwise.
The <SECURITY LOCK SET> screen is displayed.
The cursor moves to “ADMIN”.
<SECURITY LOCK SET>
LEVEL
PASSWORD(4-8) USE
ADMIN
-------- OFF
USER
-------- OFF
REC CONTROL
: ADMIN
CAMERA CONTROL
: ADMIN
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Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
Setting the user password
The first password character “-” flashes.
ADMIN
4
--------
Example: Setting “AB123456”
1
OFF
Turn the jog dial to move the cursor to
“USER”.
<SECURITY LOCK SET>
LEVEL
PASSWORD(4-8) USE
ADMIN
123456AB ON
USER
-------- OFF
REC CONTROL
: ADMIN
CAMERA CONTROL
: ADMIN
Set a character (0 to 9, A to Z) with the
jog dial or numeric keys.
Example:
Display “1” with the jog dial or numeric keys.
ADMIN
5
1-------
2
OFF
The first password entry bar “-” flashes.
Turn the jog dial to display “A”.
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
3
Use the same procedure to set
“123456AB”.
4
Following this, turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
The cursor moves to “OFF” (flashing).
Turn the jog dial clockwise.
Following this, turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
The cursor moves to “OFF” (flashing).
<SECURITY LOCK SET>
LEVEL
PASSWORD(4-8) USE
ADMIN
123456AB ON
USER
AB123456 OFF
REC CONTROL
: ADMIN
CAMERA CONTROL
: ADMIN
<SECURITY LOCK SET>
LEVEL
PASSWORD(4-8) USE
ADMIN
123456AB OFF
USER
-------- OFF
REC CONTROL
: ADMIN
CAMERA CONTROL
: ADMIN
8
OFF
The second password entry bar “-” flashes.
Turn the jog dial to display “B”.
Use the same procedure as for the administrator
password to set “123456”.
z To set a 4-digit password
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise when “-” for the fifth
character is flashing.
7
A-------
SETTINGS
USER
The second password character “-” flashes.
6
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
5
Turn the jog dial to select “ON”.
Turn the jog dial to select “ON”, and
then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
The cursor moves to “REC CONTROL”.
z If you select “OFF” for the “ADMIN” setting, you cannot
set the “USER” password.
9
<SECURITY LOCK SET>
LEVEL
PASSWORD(4-8) USE
ADMIN
123456AB ON
USER
AB123456 ON
REC CONTROL
: ADMIN
CAMERA CONTROL
: ADMIN
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
The cursor moves to “USER”.
If you do not want to set a user password, the
password setting procedure can now be ended.
Turn the jog dial to move the cursor to “REC
CONTROL” so that authorization for recording and
playback operations may be set.
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Recording control settings
1
Setting the security lock
Turn the jog dial to move cursor to
“REC CONTROL”.
LOCK indicator
[MENU] button
[EXIT/OSD] button
<SECURITY LOCK SET>
LEVEL
PASSWORD(4-8) USE
ADMIN
123456AB ON
USER
AB123456 ON
REC CONTROL
: ADMIN
CAMERA CONTROL
: ADMIN
2
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
[SHUTTLE HOLD] button
1
Turn the jog dial to select either “ADMIN” or “USER”, and
then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
The cursor moves to “CAMERA CONTROL.”
<SECURITY LOCK SET>
LEVEL
PASSWORD(4-8) USE
ADMIN
123456AB ON
USER
AB123456 ON
REC CONTROL
: ADMIN
CAMERA CONTROL
: ADMIN
The LOCK indicator on the front panel lights up and a
buzzer sounds to indicate activation of the security lock.
SHUTTLE HOLD
2
Camera control settings
1
With the normal monitoring screen
displayed, press the [SHUTTLE HOLD]
button for approximately 3 seconds.
Turn the jog dial to move cursor to
“CAMERA CONTROL”.
To confirm activation of this function,
press the [MENU] button.
A password entry screen appears for about 5 seconds.
<SECURITY LOCK SET>
LEVEL
PASSWORD(4-8) USE
ADMIN
123456AB ON
USER
AB123456 ON
REC CONTROL
: ADMIN
CAMERA CONTROL
: ADMIN
SECURITY LOCKED !
PLEASE ENTER YOUR PASSWORD
________
CHANGE:JOG
2
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
SET:SHUTTLE
Canceling the security lock
Turn the jog dial to select either “ADMIN” or “USER”, and
then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
This completes the setting procedure.
3
3
Use the jog dial and the shuttle dial to perform this
procedure.
Press the [EXIT/OSD] button.
Enter your password while the
password entry screen is displayed.
The setting procedure is ended and the display returns to
the normal screen.
EXIT/OSD
z Enter the password set for administrators or users
(such as “123456AB”).
Be sure to enter the correct password for the operation
(s) to be carried out. (JP.89)
4
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
The security lock is cancelled and the display returns to
the normal screen.
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5
z If an administrator password was entered, the security
lock is cancelled and the indicator is turned off.
z If a user password was entered, the security lock is
partially cancelled and the indicator remains lit.
Turn the jog dial to select “YES”.
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
The “HDD INITIALIZING!” screen is displayed, and the
hard disk is initialized.
When initialization has been completed, the display
returns to the <HDD SET> screen.
Setting and initializing the hard disk
This section describes how to initialize and expand the
hard disk.
When a single hard disk is installed, the hard disk capacity
is displayed for DISK 1; when two hard disks are installed,
the capacity is displayed for “DISK 1” and “DISK 2”.
HDD INITIALIZING !
Initializing the hard disk
6
Press the [MENU] button and turn the
jog dial to select “3. GENERAL SET”,
and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
SETTINGS
1
Press the [EXIT/OSD] button.
The setting procedure is ended and the display returns to
the normal screen.
The <GENERAL SET> screen is displayed.
EXIT/OSD
MENU
2
z Initialization of hard disk erases all contents.
Turn the jog dial to select “4. HDD SET”,
and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
The <HDD SET> screen is displayed.
The cursor moves to “DISK INITIALIZE”.
<HDD SET>
DISK1
: 82GB
DISK2
: ---GB
DISK INITIALIZE
->
CAUTION : ALL RECORDING WILL BE ERASED!
MIRRORING
: OFF
PLAYBACK DRIVE
: ***
CAUTION : RECORDING SPEED WILL BE
LIMITED BY MIRRORING!
3
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
<WARNING> screen is displayed. “NO” flashes.
<WARNING>
THIS CHANGE WILL INITIALIZE THE DISK.
ALL RECORDING WILL BE ERASED.
ARE YOU SURE ?
NO
CHANGE:JOG
SET:SHUTTLE
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Expanding the hard disk capacity
Network settings
Use the following procedure to make digital video recorder
menu settings and to monitor video from a PC via a
network (LAN).
A LAN cable must be connected to the LAN terminal on
the rear panel before proceeding.
Please contact your local store or service center regarding
hard disk expansion. A separately sold hard disk provided
by Sanyo will be required in order to perform this
procedure.
[Setting conditions]
z Initialization must always be carried out after hard disk
expansion.
z When connecting the digital video recorder to a
network, contact the network administrator in charge.
The <HDD SET> screen
z MIRRORING: When hard disk expansion has been
carried out, the same video can be recorded to both
hard disks. Accordingly, if a problem occurs with
recording to one of the hard disks, the <HDD SET>
screen can be used to select the other hard disk for
provision of readable data. When mirroring has been
set, the recording rate is controlled automatically (i.e.,
set to half of the normal value) and the appropriate care
must be taken.
z PLAYBACK DRIVE: This parameter is used together
with “MIRRORING” and it indicates which of the two
hard disks is to be used to provide recordings for
playback.
z If a playback problem occurs while mirroring is turned
on, change the hard disk used for playback.
Making network connections
z Connecting to a PC directly
(without using a switch)
1-16
Main Monitor
1
2
3
4
Monitor
(sold separately)
A cross-type LAN cable must
be used here.
(10 BASE-T/100 BASE-TX
Category 5)
PC
z Connecting to an intranet
(using a switch)
1-16
z If hard disk expansion has been carried out,
initialization is performed for both hard disks
simultaneously, and all data will be lost.
z All important recordings should be copied to
CompactFlash cards or another storage medium before
hard disk expansion.
z If a hard disk not provided by Sanyo is used, Sanyo
cannot be responsible for failures in performance or
operation.
Main Monitor
1
2
3
4
Monitor
(sold
separately)
ALL
RESET
Switch
A straight-type LAN cable
must be used here.
(10 BASE-T/100 BASETX Category 5)
PC
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[Settings] (‹ indicates default setting)
Making network settings
1
Item
Press the [MENU] button and turn the
jog dial to select “3. GENERAL SET”,
and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
‹OFF
The <GENERAL SET> screen is displayed.
MENU
2
NETWORK
CONTROL
Turn the jog dial to select “5. NETWORK
SET”, and then turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
3
SET>
: OFF
: ON
: 192.168. 0. 1
: 255.255.255. 0
: 0. 0. 0. 0
: 00080
: PASSWORD (4-8)
: 1111---: 2222---: 3333----
Priority is given to operations
on the digital video recorder.
Even if connected to a PC,
recorder operations are
given priority.
During network connection,
the message “NETWORK
CONTROL” is displayed on
the digital video recorder’s
monitor.
The message “NETWORK
CONTROL” is not displayed
on the digital video
recorder’s monitor, even
during network connection.
z Network control is only possible when “NETWORK
CONTROL” has been set to “ON”.
z In order to prevent network control while the digital
video recorder is connected to a network, set
“NETWORK CONTROL” to “OFF”.
The cursor moves to “NETWORK STATUS”.
5
ON (DVR)
ID: 1
Connection
condition on
DVR:
Connection
possible when
not performing
playback (incl.
during copy).
OFF
Turn the jog dial to set to “ON
(NETWORK)” or “ON (DVR)”, and then
turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
<NETWORK
NETWORK CONTROL
NETWORK STATUS
IP ADDRESS
SUBNET MASK
GATEWAY
PORT
ID
ID1
ID2
ID3
Priority is given to operations
on the PC. When playback is
being performed on the PC,
live video is displayed on the
monitor connected to the
digital video recorder.
Furthermore, when
connected to a PC, only
operations for the switching
of monitor display will be
possible using the digital
video recorder.
NETWORK
STATUS
”OFF” flashes for “NETWORK CONTROL”.
4
ON (NETWORK)
ID: 1, 2, 3
Connection
condition on
DVR:
Connection
possible when
not performing
playback (incl.
during copy),
menu display, or
camera controls.
‹ON
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
Description
The digital video recorder
cannot be controlled via a
network.
SETTINGS
The <NETWORK SET> screen is displayed.
<NETWORK
NETWORK CONTROL
NETWORK STATUS
IP ADDRESS
SUBNET MASK
GATEWAY
PORT
ID
ID1
ID2
ID3
Setting
SET>
: ON(NETWORK)
: ON
: 192.168. 0. 1
: 255.255.255. 0
: 0. 0. 0. 0
: 00080
: PASSWORD (4-8)
: 1111---: 2222---: 3333----
The following settings are carried out with the shuttle
dial, jog dial, or numeric keys.
z Vertical cursor movement: Turn the jog dial.
z Cursor movement to the right: Turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
z Modification of values : Turn the shuttle dial clockwise
and when the setting value is flashing, modify the value
with the jog dial or numeric keys.
z Confirmation of values : Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
Turn the jog dial to select “ON” or
“OFF”, and then turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
The cursor moves to “IP ADDRESS”.
<NETWORK
NETWORK CONTROL
NETWORK STATUS
IP ADDRESS
SUBNET MASK
GATEWAY
PORT
ID
ID1
ID2
ID3
SET>
: ON(NETWORK)
: ON
: 192.168. 0. 1
: 255.255.255. 0
: 0. 0. 0. 0
: 00080
: PASSWORD (4-8)
: 1111---: 2222---: 3333----
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Set “IP ADDRESS”.
Setting passwords for the network
(Default setting: 192. 168. 0. 1)
<NETWORK
NETWORK CONTROL
NETWORK STATUS
IP ADDRESS
SUBNET MASK
GATEWAY
PORT
7
Three access levels are setup for network connection, and
a password is set for each. Passwords comprise between
4 and 8 alphanumeric characters.
SET>
: ON(NETWORK)
: ON
: 192.168. 0. 1
: 255.255.255. 0
: 0. 0. 0. 0
: 00080
z “ID” or “PASSWORD (4-8)” at the top of the screen is
the screen title. You cannot move the cursor to this item.
Set “SUBNET MASK”.
Example:
Setting “AB123456” to “ID1”
(Default setting: 255. 255. 255. 0)
8
<NETWORK
NETWORK CONTROL
NETWORK STATUS
IP ADDRESS
SUBNET MASK
GATEWAY
PORT
SET>
: ON(NETWORK)
: ON
: 192.168. 0. 1
: 255.255.255. 0
: 0. 0. 0. 0
: 00080
<NETWORK
NETWORK CONTROL
NETWORK STATUS
IP ADDRESS
SUBNET MASK
GATEWAY
PORT
SET>
: ON(NETWORK)
: ON
: 192.168. 0. 1
: 255.255.255. 0
: 0. 0. 0. 0
: 00080
1
Turn the jog dial to select “ID 1”.
<NETWORK
NETWORK CONTROL
NETWORK STATUS
IP ADDRESS
SUBNET MASK
GATEWAY
PORT
ID
ID1
ID2
ID3
Set “GATEWAY”.
(Default setting: 0. 0. 0. 0)
9
[Settings]
Setting
Set “PORT”.
SET>
: ON(NETWORK)
: ON
: 192.168. 0. 1
: 255.255.255. 0
: 0. 0. 0. 0
: 00080
Description
Default setting
ID1
Allows video to be monitored via
the network.
1111----
ID2
Allows video to be monitored and
the playback or search/playback of
recordings via the network.
2222----
ID3
Allows all of this recorder’s
operations and settings to be
performed.
3333----
(Default setting: 00080)
<NETWORK
NETWORK CONTROL
NETWORK STATUS
IP ADDRESS
SUBNET MASK
GATEWAY
PORT
SET>
: ON(NETWORK)
: ON
: 192.168. 0. 1
: 255.255.255. 0
: 0. 0. 0. 0
: 00080
: PASSWORD (4-8)
: 1111---: 2222---: 3333----
2
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
The first password entry item “1” flashes.
Characters that can be entered in passwords: 0 to 9, A to Z
3
Enter the password with the shuttle dial,
jog dial, or numeric keys.
(1) Turn the jog dial to select “A” and then turn the shuttle
dial clockwise.
(2) The second entry item “1” flashes.Turn the jog dial to
select “B” and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
(3) The third entry item “1” flashes. Repeat the same
procedure to set “AB123456”.
<NETWORK
NETWORK CONTROL
NETWORK STATUS
IP ADDRESS
SUBNET MASK
GATEWAY
PORT
ID
ID1
ID2
ID3
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SET>
K
: ON(NETWORK)
: ON
: 192.168. 0. 1
: 255.255.255. 0
: 0. 0. 0. 0
: 00080
: PASSWORD (4-8)
: AB123456
: 2222---: 3333----
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2
Following this, turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
Where necessary, use the same
procedure to set the “ID2” and “ID3”
passwords.
Turn the jog dial to select “6. RS-485
SET”, and then turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
The <RS-485 SET> screen is displayed with the cursor
positioned on “DATA SPEED”.
<RS-485 SET>
<NETWORK
NETWORK CONTROL
NETWORK STATUS
IP ADDRESS
SUBNET MASK
GATEWAY
PORT
ID
ID1
ID2
ID3
DATA SPEED
STATUS INFO
ALARM INFO
ADDRESS
3
When setting has been completed,
press the [EXIT/OSD] button.
The setting procedure is ended and the display returns to
the normal screen.
: 19200
: ON
: ON
: 001
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise and turn
the jog dial to set “DATA SPEED”, and
then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
SETTINGS
6
SET>
: ON(NETWORK)
: ON
: 192.168. 0. 1
: 255.255.255. 0
: 0. 0. 0. 0
: 00080
: PASSWORD (4-8)
: AB123456
: 2222---: 3333----
The cursor moves to “STATUS INFO”.
<RS-485 SET>
EXIT/OSD
DATA SPEED
STATUS INFO
ALARM INFO
ADDRESS
: 19200
: ON
: ON
: 000
Setting RS-485
Use the following procedure to make RS-485 settings.
Connect the digital video recorder's RS-485 (A, B) control
terminals on the rear panel to the system controller or
similar device.
1
[Settings] (‹ indicates default setting)
Setting
DATA
SPEED
Press the [MENU] button and turn the
jog dial to select “3. GENERAL SET”,
and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
4
The <GENERAL SET> screen appears.
MENU
<GENERAL SET>
1.DISPLAY SET
2.BUZZER SET
3.SECURITY LOCK SET
4.HDD SET
5.NETWORK SET
6.RS-485 SET
7.CAMERA CONTROL SET
MOVE:JOG
->
->
->
->
->
->
->
Description
2400, 4800, 9600, ‹19200
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise and turn
the jog dial to set “STATUS INFO”, and
then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
The cursor moves to “ALARM INFO”.
<RS-485 SET>
DATA SPEED
STATUS INFO
ALARM INFO
ADDRESS
: 19200
: ON
: ON
: 000
SELECT:SHUTTLE
[Settings] (‹ indicates default setting)
Setting
‹ON
OFF
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Description
Status information is transmitted.
Status information is not transmitted.
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Turn the shuttle dial clockwise and turn
the jog dial to set “ALARM INFO”, and
then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
Setting camera control
The following procedure explains settings and operations
of remote controllable cameras connected to the VIDEO IN
terminals via coaxial cable.
The cursor moves to “ADDRESS”.
<RS-485 SET>
DATA SPEED
STATUS INFO
ALARM INFO
ADDRESS
1
: 19200
: ON
: ON
: 000
Press the [MENU] button, turn the jog
dial to select “3. GENERAL SET” and
then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
The <GENERAL SET> screen is displayed.
MENU
[Settings] (‹ indicates default setting)
Setting
‹ON
OFF
6
Description
Alarm information is transmitted.
2
Alarm information is not transmitted.
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise and set
“ADDRESS” with the jog dial or numeric
keys and then turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
The <CAMERA CONTROL SET> screen is displayed.
CH
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
<RS-485 SET>
DATA SPEED
STATUS INFO
ALARM INFO
ADDRESS
: 19200
: ON
: ON
: 001
3
[Setting conditions]
Addresses between “0” and “127” can be set for this unit.
7
PROTOCOL
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
<CAMERA CONTROL SET>
ADD. | CH PROTOCOL
--- | 09 OFF
--- | 10 OFF
--- | 11 OFF
--- | 12 OFF
--- | 13 OFF
--- | 14 OFF
--- | 15 OFF
--- | 16 OFF
ADD.
-----------------
Turn the jog dial to select a channel
connected to a camera and then turn
the shuttle dial clockwise.
The “PROTOCOL” field flashes.
Press the [EXIT/OSD] button.
CH
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
The setting procedure is ended and the display returns to
the normal screen.
EXIT/OSD
English
Turn the jog dial to select “7. CAMERA
CONTROL SET” and then turn the
shuttle dial clockwise.
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PROTOCOL
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
<CAMERA CONTROL SET>
ADD. | CH PROTOCOL
--- | 09 OFF
--- | 10 OFF
--- | 11 OFF
--- | 12 OFF
--- | 13 OFF
--- | 14 OFF
--- | 15 OFF
--- | 16 OFF
ADD.
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Turn the jog dial to select a protocol and
then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
z Camera control is only available for camera models
supporting coaxial control or SANYO SSP control.
Other companies’ cameras such as RS-485 and RS422 are unsupported. For supported cameras, check
the Sanyo homepage or ask at your local Sanyo dealer.
Sanyo website URL:
http://www.sanyosecurity.com
The “ADD.” column flashes.
CH
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
<CAMERA CONTROL SET>
PROTOCOL
ADD. | CH PROTOCOL
SANYO COAX --- | 09 OFF
OFF
--- | 10 OFF
OFF
--- | 11 OFF
OFF
--- | 12 OFF
OFF
--- | 13 OFF
OFF
--- | 14 OFF
OFF
--- | 15 OFF
OFF
--- | 16 OFF
K
ADD.
-----------------
[Settings] (‹ indicates default setting)
Setting
‹OFF
Camera control is disabled.
SANYO COAX
Camera control is enabled using
SANYO (SSP) protocol coaxial superimposition.
SANYO RS485
Camera control is enabled using
SANYO (SSP) protocol RS-485.
BBV COAX
Camera control is enabled using BBV
protocol.
PELCO COAX
Camera control is enabled using
PELCO protocol.
SETTINGS
5
Description
Set address (1 to 127) with the jog dial
or numeric keys and turn the shuttle
dial clockwise.
Address can be set only for “SANYO COAX” or “SANYO
RS485” protocols.
CH
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
6
<CAMERA CONTROL SET>
PROTOCOL
ADD. | CH PROTOCOL
SANYO COAX 011 | 09 OFF
OFF
--- | 10 OFF
OFF
--- | 11 OFF
OFF
--- | 12 OFF
OFF
--- | 13 OFF
OFF
--- | 14 OFF
OFF
--- | 15 OFF
OFF
--- | 16 OFF
ADD.
-----------------
Press the [EXIT/OSD] button.
The setting procedure is ended and the display returns to
the normal screen.
EXIT/OSD
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Button name in
normal mode
Operation
[STILL] button
Switches to iris adjust mode
(indicator flashes).
Press [ZOOM/INFO ] button
to close iris and [ZOOM/
INFO ] to open iris.
Press again to disable iris
adjust mode (indicator
remains lit).
[SHUTTLE
HOLD] button
Switches to focus adjust
mode (indicator flashes).
Press [ZOOM/INFO ]
button to focus on nearby
objects and [ZOOM/
INFO ] to focus on far-off
objects.
Press again to disable focus
adjust mode (indicator
remains lit).
[ZOOM/
10 INFO]
button
[ALARM]
button
Press [ZOOM/INFO ] to
reduce screen.
Press [ZOOM/INFO ] to
enlarge screen.
Use for operation when in
iris adjust mode and focus
adjust mode.
11 PAN
Shuttle dial
Pans faster the larger the
arc, and slower the smaller
the arc.
12 TILT
Jog dial
Turn to the right to tilt up
and to the left to tilt down.
Operating dome cameras with the digital video
recorder
3 4
[FUNC.] button
1 2 7 8
Button
11
8
[IRIS]
button
CARD
MENU
RESET
EJECT
9
5
1
6
9 10
12
Press the [FUNC.] button.
The FUNC. indicator lights up and camera control mode is
activated.
FUNC.
2
The buttons on the digital video
recorder operate the dome cameras as
follows.
In camera control mode the indicator lights up for all the
following.
Button
English
[FOCUS]
button
Button name in
normal mode
Finishing dome camera operation
Operation
1
[MENU]
button
[MENU] button
Displays camera internal
menu screen.
2
[ENTER]
button
[EXIT/OSD]
button
Selects in camera internal
menu screen.
[QUAD] button
Switches to preset access
mode (indicator flashes).
Press [CAMERA SELECT]
button to move the camera
to preset position and
disable preset access mode
(indicator remains lit).
3
[PRESET]
button
4
[AUTO PAN] [MULTI]
button
button
Starts automatic panning.
Perform another operation
to stop automatic panning.
5
[SEQUENC
E]
button
[MON2]
button
Starts automatic camera
selection.
Perform another operation
to stop automatic camera
selection.
6
[TOUR]
button
[PLUS] button
Starts TOUR.
Perform another operation
to stop TOUR.
7
[AF]
button
[PLAY/STOP]
button
Use one-push auto-focus.
3
Press the [FUNC.] button
The FUNC. indicator turns off and the unit returns to
normal mode.
z In the following cases, when [FUNC.] button is pressed,
camera control mode does not start.
z When displaying menu, search menu
z During playback (including when paused or
displaying copy menu)
z When in quad screen display, multi screen display (9
screens/ 16 screens), or plus screen display
z When zooming
z When displaying automatic selection
z When displaying monitor 2
z When PRESET, IRIS or FOCUS indicator is flashing
(during operation) and another button is pressed, the
operation is cancelled.
z [REC/STOP][TIMER] buttons perform the same
operation as in normal mode.
z In the following cases, camera control mode is
automatically disabled.
z When no operation is performed for two minutes
z When the alarm activates
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[EXIT/OSD] button
Main Menu
<MAIN MENU>
1.INITIAL SET
2.RECORD SET
3.GENERAL SET
4.SCREEN SET
5.POWER LOSS/USED TIME
6.INITIALIZATION LOG
7.COPY MENU SETTINGS
[MENU] button
Shuttle dial
->
->
->
->
->
->
->
CARD
MENU
RESET
EJECT
MOVE:JOG
SELECT:SHUTTLE
[QUAD] button
2
Setting quad, multi 9 and 16 display
Jog dial
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
“NORMAL” flashes for “1. MULTI SCREEN”.
Use the following procedure to change the display
positions for cameras in quad, multi 9 and 16 screens.
02
05
03
01
06
04
01
02
04
05
03
02
06
01
02
3
z Each camera can only be displayed in one position on
any screenP.
[Settings] (‹ indicates default setting)
Setting
Example: Displaying Camera No. 05 in quad position
01
On the DSR-3709, select cameras No. 01 through No. 09.
Description
‹NORMAL The display sequence for cameras is not changed.
CHANGE
Press the [MENU] button and turn the
jog dial to select to “4. SCREEN SET”,
and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
The display sequence for cameras is changed.
<SCREEN SET>
1.MULTI SCREEN
: CHANGE
QUAD POSITION SET
->
MULTI 9 POSITION SET
->
MULTI 16 POSITION SET ->
2.SEQUENCE SET
: 1S
SEQUENCE SET
->
MAIN/MON.2 MONITOR SET ->
3.MASK
: OFF
MASK SET
->
4.COLOR LEVEL SET
->
The <SCREEN SET> screen is displayed. The cursor
moves to “1. MULTI SCREEN”.
MENU
Turn the jog dial to select “CHANGE”,
and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
The cursor moves to “QUAD POSITION SET”.
Setting multi screen positions
1
SETTINGS
01
<SCREEN SET>
1.MULTI SCREEN
: NORMAL
QUAD POSITION SET
->
MULTI 9 POSITION SET
->
MULTI 16 POSITION SET ->
2.SEQUENCE SET
: 1S
SEQUENCE SET
->
MAIN/MON.2 MONITOR SET ->
3.MASK
: OFF
MASK SET
->
4.COLOR LEVEL SET
->
<SCREEN SET>
1.MULTI SCREEN
: NORMAL
QUAD POSITION SET
->
MULTI 9 POSITION SET
->
MULTI 16 POSITION SET ->
2.SEQUENCE SET
: 1S
SEQUENCE SET
->
MAIN/MON.2 MONITOR SET ->
3.MASK
: OFF
MASK SET
->
4.COLOR LEVEL SET
->
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Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
Checking modified screen positions
The <QUAD POSITION SET> screen is displayed.
Select one of the “CHECK THE SCREEN” at the bottom of
the modification screen to confirm that the modified screen
positions are as intended.
<QUAD POSITION SET MENU>
QUAD1
QUAD2
01
02
05
06
03
04
07
08
09
10
13
14
7
11 12
15 16
QUAD3
QUAD4
CHECK THE SCREEN ->
QUAD 1 pattern is displayed. Pressing the [QUAD] button
changes the display in the order QUAD B J C J D.
Turn the shuttle dial counter-clockwise to return to the
<QUAD POSITION SET> screen.
z When arranging display position for 9 screen display
select “MULTI 9 POSITION SET” and for 16 screen
display select “MULTI 16 POSITION.”
16 screen display can only be set on the DSR-3716.
5
Turn the jog dial to select “CHECK THE
SCREEN” and then turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
<QUAD POSITION SET MENU>
QUAD1
QUAD2
Turn the jog dial to select “01” of
“QUAD1”, and then turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
05
02
05
06
03
04
07
08
09
10
13
14
11
12
15
16
QUAD3
QUAD4
CHECK THE SCREEN ->
“01” of “QUAD1” flashes.
<QUAD POSITION SET MENU>
QUAD1
QUAD2
01
02
05
06
03
04
07
08
09
10
13
14
<CHECK DISPLAY POSITION>
K
11 12
15 16
QUAD3
QUAD4
CHECK THE SCREEN ->
6
8
Set “05” with the jog dial or numeric
keys and turn the shuttle dial to the
right.
<QUAD POSITION SET MENU>
QUAD1
QUAD2
02
05
06
04
07
08
09
10
13
14
11
12
15
16
QUAD3
QUAD4
CHECK THE SCREEN ->
English
03
04
Press the [EXIT/OSD] button.
EXIT/OSD
03
02
The setting procedure is ended and the display returns to
the normal screen.
“01” of “QUAD1” changes to “05.”
05
05
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Setting the period and monitors for
automatic screen selection
The setting procedure is ended and the display returns to
the normal screen.
Use the following procedure to scroll through video from all
cameras using a specified period.
A switching time for automatic selection can only be set for
full screen and quad display.
EXIT/OSD
Example:
Automatic switching of a full screen on the monitor
every 5 seconds.
Press the [MENU] button and turn the
jog dial to select “4. SCREEN SET”, and
then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
The <SCREEN SET> screen is displayed. The cursor
moves to “1. MULTI SCREEN”.
<SEQUENCE SET>
MAIN MON. FULL :
QUAD :
MON.2
FULL :
MENU
01:
05:
09:
13:
2
Turn the jog dial to move the cursor to
“2. SEQUENCE SET”, and then turn the
shuttle dial clockwise.
1S
1S
1S
INDIVIDUAL INTERVAL (SEC)
02: 1S
03: 1S
04:
06: 1S
07: 1S
08:
10: 1S
11: 1S
12:
14: 1S
15: 1S
16:
1S
1S
1S
1S
(3) Set items with the jog dial and turn the shuttle dial
clockwise to select
Select “INDIV.” to set automatic selection time for
each camera.
“1S” flashes.
<SCREEN SET>
1.MULTI SCREEN
: CHANGE
QUAD POSITION SET
->
MULTI 9 POSITION SET
->
MULTI 16 POSITION SET ->
2.SEQUENCE SET
: 1S
SEQUENCE SET
->
MAIN/MON.2 MONITOR SET ->
3.MASK
: OFF
MASK SET
->
4.COLOR LEVEL SET
->
3
1S
1S
1S
1S
SETTINGS
z Switching interval is set for all cameras from main
monitor and monitor 2.
z The interval can be set between 1 and 30 seconds.
z Select “INDIV.” in step 2 to set automatic selection time
for each display screen, monitor, or camera.
(1) Select “INDIV.” in step 2 and turn the shuttle dial
clockwise
The cursor moves to “SEQUENCE SET”.
(2) Turn the shuttle dial clockwise
The <SEQUENCE SET> screen is displayed.
Setting the automatic selection period
1
Press the [EXIT/OSD] button.
Setting the main monitor and monitor 2
Example:
Specifying a monitor to display each camera’s video at
the set period (as indicated by TIME PERIOD A and
TIME PERIOD B).
1
Turn the jog dial to set change the
period to “5S”, and then turn the shuttle
dial clockwise.
Make timer settings for “TIME PERIOD
A” and “TIME PERIOD B” from <TIME
PERIOD SET>. (JP.57)
Specify “TIME PERIOD A” and “TIME PERIOD B”.
2
Automatic selection is set to a period of 5 seconds.
<SCREEN SET>
1.MULTI SCREEN
: CHANGE
QUAD POSITION SET
->
MULTI 9 POSITION SET
->
MULTI 16 POSITION SET ->
2.SEQUENCE SET
: 5S
SEQUENCE SET
->
MAIN/MON.2 MONITOR SET ->
3.MASK
: OFF
MASK SET
->
4.COLOR LEVEL SET
->
Press the [MENU] button and turn the
jog dial to select “4. SCREEN SET”, and
then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
The <SCREEN SET> screen is displayed. The cursor
moves to “1. MULTI SCREEN”.
MENU
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6
Turn the jog dial to move the cursor to
“MAIN/MON.2 MONITOR SET”, and then
turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
The <MAIN/MON.2 MONITOR SET> screen is displayed.
Turn the jog dial clockwise or counterclockwise to move the cursor to the
main-monitor or monitor 2 channel to be
changed.
On the DSR-3709, select cameras No. 1 through No. 9.
<SCREEN SET>
1.MULTI SCREEN
: CHANGE
QUAD POSITION SET
->
MULTI 9 POSITION SET
->
MULTI 16 POSITION SET ->
2.SEQUENCE SET
: 1S
SEQUENCE SET
->
MAIN/MON.2 MONITOR SET ->
3.MASK
: OFF
MASK SET
->
4.COLOR LEVEL SET
->
7
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
“ON” flashes.
<MAIN/MON.2 MONITOR SET>
TIME PERIOD : T-1 (06:00-11:30)
CH
MAIN MON.
MON.2
CH
MAIN MON.
MON.2
<MAIN/MON.2 MONITOR SET>
TIME PERIOD : T-1 (06:00-11:30)
CH
MAIN MON.
MON.2
CH
MAIN MON.
MON.2
4
01
ON
ON
09
ON
ON
02
ON
ON
10
ON
ON
03
ON
ON
11
ON
ON
04
ON
ON
12
ON
ON
05
ON
ON
13
ON
ON
06
ON
ON
14
ON
ON
07
ON
ON
15
ON
ON
08
ON
ON
16
ON
ON
8
02
ON
ON
10
ON
ON
03
ON
ON
11
ON
ON
04
ON
ON
12
ON
ON
05
ON
ON
13
ON
ON
06
ON
ON
14
ON
ON
07
ON
ON
15
ON
ON
08
ON
ON
16
ON
ON
Turn the jog dial to select “ON” or “OFF”,
and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
After confirming this setting, the cursor moves one position
to the right.
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
<MAIN/MON.2 MONITOR SET>
“T-1” starts to flash for “TIME PERIOD”.
TIME PERIOD : T-1 (06:00-11:30)
CH
MAIN MON.
MON.2
CH
MAIN MON.
MON.2
<MAIN/MON.2 MONITOR SET>
TIME PERIOD : T-1 (06:00-11:30)
CH
MAIN MON.
MON.2
CH
MAIN MON.
MON.2
5
01
ON
ON
09
ON
ON
01
ON
ON
09
ON
ON
02
ON
ON
10
ON
ON
03
ON
ON
11
ON
ON
04
ON
ON
12
ON
ON
05
ON
ON
13
ON
ON
06
ON
ON
14
ON
ON
07
ON
ON
15
ON
ON
08
ON
ON
16
ON
ON
Settings
Turn the jog dial to select T-1, T-2, T-3,
or T-4 for the time period, and then turn
the shuttle dial clockwise.
OFF
9
After setting the period, the cursor moves to “ON” for the
“MAIN MON.”.
03
ON
ON
11
ON
ON
04
ON
ON
12
ON
ON
05
ON
ON
13
ON
ON
06
ON
ON
14
ON
ON
07
ON
ON
15
ON
ON
04
OFF
ON
12
ON
ON
05
ON
ON
13
ON
ON
06
ON
ON
14
ON
ON
07
ON
ON
15
ON
ON
08
ON
ON
16
ON
ON
Description
Camera images displayed.
Camera images not displayed.
Use the same procedure to set the
remaining channels.
The setting procedure is ended and the display returns to
the normal screen.
TIME PERIOD : T-1 (06:00-11:30)
02
ON
ON
10
ON
ON
03
ON
ON
11
ON
ON
10 Press the [EXIT/OSD] button.
<MAIN/MON.2 MONITOR SET>
01
ON
ON
09
ON
ON
02
ON
ON
10
ON
ON
[Settings] (‹ indicates default setting)
‹ON
CH
MAIN MON.
MON.2
CH
MAIN MON.
MON.2
01
ON
ON
09
ON
ON
08
ON
ON
16
ON
ON
EXIT/OSD
z When setting a number of time periods together, use
the jog dial to move the cursor to the next period after
completing step 9, and repeat the process from step 4.
z The time period for “T-1” through “T-4” changes to that
of “TIME PERIOD A” or “TIME PERIOD B” on P.57.
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4
Setting masks
Use the following procedure to set video from a specific
camera (including playback video) to be masked by a gray
pattern when it is not to be shown on a monitor screen.
The cursor moves to “MASK SET”.
<SCREEN SET>
1.MULTI SCREEN
: CHANGE
QUAD POSITION SET
->
MULTI 9 POSITION SET
->
MULTI 16 POSITION SET ->
2.SEQUENCE SET
: 1S
SEQUENCE SET
->
MAIN/MON.2 MONITOR SET ->
3.MASK
: ON
MASK SET
->
4.COLOR LEVEL SET
->
01
5
04
SETTINGS
<MASK SET>
TIME
CH
MAIN MON.
MON.2
NETWORK
CH
MAIN MON.
MON.2
NETWORK
Make timer settings for “TIME PERIOD
A” and “TIME PERIOD B” from <TIME
PERIOD SET>. (JP.57)
Specify “TIME PERIOD A” and “TIME PERIOD B”.
2
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
The <MASK SET> screen is displayed.
Example:
Preventing the display of unneeded camera video at
the set period (as indicated by TIME PERIOD A and
TIME PERIOD B).
1
Turn the jog dial to select “ON”, and
then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
6
Press the [MENU] button, turn the jog
dial to select “4. SCREEN SET”, and
then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
PERIOD :
01 02
OFF OFF
OFF OFF
OFF OFF
09 10
OFF OFF
OFF OFF
OFF OFF
T-1
03
OFF
OFF
OFF
11
OFF
OFF
OFF
(06:00-11:30)
04 05 06 07
OFF OFF OFF OFF
OFF OFF OFF OFF
OFF OFF OFF OFF
12 13 14 15
OFF OFF OFF OFF
OFF OFF OFF OFF
OFF OFF OFF OFF
08
OFF
OFF
OFF
16
OFF
OFF
OFF
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
“T-1” starts to flash for “TIME PERIOD”.
<MASK SET>
The <SCREEN SET> screen is displayed. The cursor
moves to “1. MULTI SCREEN”.
TIME
CH
MAIN MON.
MON.2
NETWORK
CH
MAIN MON.
MON.2
NETWORK
MENU
3
7
Turn the jog dial to move the cursor to
“MASK”, and then turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
“OFF” flashes.
PERIOD :
01 02
OFF OFF
OFF OFF
OFF OFF
09 10
OFF OFF
OFF OFF
OFF OFF
T-1
03
OFF
OFF
OFF
11
OFF
OFF
OFF
(06:00-11:30)
04 05 06 07
OFF OFF OFF OFF
OFF OFF OFF OFF
OFF OFF OFF OFF
12 13 14 15
OFF OFF OFF OFF
OFF OFF OFF OFF
OFF OFF OFF OFF
08
OFF
OFF
OFF
16
OFF
OFF
OFF
Turn the jog dial to select T-1, T-2, T-3,
or T-4 for the time period, and then turn
the shuttle dial clockwise.
After setting the period, the cursor moves to channel 01 for
the “MAIN MON.”.
<SCREEN SET>
1.MULTI SCREEN
: CHANGE
QUAD POSITION SET
->
MULTI 9 POSITION SET
->
MULTI 16 POSITION SET ->
2.SEQUENCE SET
: 1S
SEQUENCE SET
->
MAIN/MON.2 MONITOR SET ->
3.MASK
: OFF
MASK SET
->
4.COLOR LEVEL SET
->
<MASK SET>
TIME
CH
MAIN MON.
MON.2
NETWORK
CH
MAIN MON.
MON.2
NETWORK
PERIOD :
01 02
OFF OFF
OFF OFF
OFF OFF
09 10
OFF OFF
OFF OFF
OFF OFF
T-1
03
OFF
OFF
OFF
11
OFF
OFF
OFF
(06:00-11:30)
04 05 06 07
OFF OFF OFF OFF
OFF OFF OFF OFF
OFF OFF OFF OFF
12 13 14 15
OFF OFF OFF OFF
OFF OFF OFF OFF
OFF OFF OFF OFF
08
OFF
OFF
OFF
16
OFF
OFF
OFF
z Each camera can be set individually for the main
monitor, the monitor 2, and network video.
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Turn the jog dial clockwise or counterclockwise to move the cursor to
channel to be changed.
z When setting a number of time periods together, use
the jog dial to move the cursor to the next period after
completing step 10, and repeat the process step 6
through 10.
z The time period for “T-1” through “T-4” changes to that
of “TIME PERIOD A” or “TIME PERIOD B” on P.57.
z Network mask settings are valid only for the user
connecting to the network with ID1. Users connecting
using ID2 and ID3 will be able to display all channels.
On the DSR-3709, select cameras No. 1 through No. 9.
9
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
“OFF” flashes.
<MASK SET>
TIME
CH
MAIN MON.
MON.2
NETWORK
CH
MAIN MON.
MON.2
NETWORK
PERIOD :
01 02
OFF OFF
OFF OFF
OFF OFF
09 10
OFF OFF
OFF OFF
OFF OFF
T-1
03
OFF
OFF
OFF
11
OFF
OFF
OFF
(06:00-11:30)
04 05 06 07
OFF OFF OFF OFF
OFF OFF OFF OFF
OFF OFF OFF OFF
12 13 14 15
OFF OFF OFF OFF
OFF OFF OFF OFF
OFF OFF OFF OFF
08
OFF
OFF
OFF
16
OFF
OFF
OFF
Setting the color level
Use the following procedure to adjust the color of video
displayed on monitors.
1
[Settings] (‹ indicates default setting)
Setting
‹OFF
ON
Description
Masking is not performed.
Press the [MENU] button, turn the jog
dial to select “4. SCREEN SET”, and
then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
The <SCREEN SET> screen is displayed. The cursor
moves to “1. MULTI SCREEN”.
Masking is performed.
MENU
z Masked channels will not display playback video. To
view playback video, turn masking “OFF” in step 3.
10 Turn the jog dial to select “ON” or
2
“OFF”, and then turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
After confirming this setting, the cursor moves one position
to the right.
The <COLOR LEVEL SET> screen is displayed.
<COLOR LEVEL SET>
<MASK SET>
TIME
CH
MAIN MON.
MON.2
NETWORK
CH
MAIN MON.
MON.2
NETWORK
PERIOD :
01 02
OFF OFF
OFF OFF
OFF OFF
09 10
OFF OFF
OFF OFF
OFF OFF
T-1
03
OFF
OFF
OFF
11
OFF
OFF
OFF
(06:00-11:30)
04 05 06 07
OFF OFF OFF OFF
OFF OFF OFF OFF
OFF OFF OFF OFF
12 13 14 15
OFF OFF OFF OFF
OFF OFF OFF OFF
OFF OFF OFF OFF
08
OFF
OFF
OFF
16
OFF
OFF
OFF
CH01
11 Use the same procedure to set the
remaining channels.
12 Press the [EXIT/OSD] button.
The setting procedure is ended and the display returns to
the normal screen.
EXIT/OSD
English
Turn the jog dial to select “4. COLOR
LEVEL SET”, and then turn the shuttle
dial clockwise.
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SCREEN SET
Press the [CAMERA SELECT] button for
the camera whose color level is to be
set, and then turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
“5” flashes.
<COLOR LEVEL SET>
CH02
Turn the jog dial to select a “COLOR
LEVEL” (1 through 10), and then turn
the shuttle dial clockwise.
SETTINGS
4
COLOR LEVEL : 5
[Settings] (‹ indicates default setting)
Setting
1 to10
(‹5)
5
Description
Manual adjustment to one of 10 levels.
Light (1) to Dark (10)
Press the [EXIT/OSD] button.
The setting procedure is ended and the display returns to
the normal screen.
EXIT/OSD
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POWER LOSS/USED TIME
Main Menu
<MAIN MENU>
1.INITIAL SET
2.RECORD SET
3.GENERAL SET
4.SCREEN SET
5.POWER LOSS/USED TIME
6.INITIALIZATION LOG
7.COPY MENU SETTINGS
[MENU] button
[EXIT/OSD] button
Shuttle dial
->
->
->
->
->
->
->
CARD
MENU
RESET
EJECT
MOVE:JOG
SELECT:SHUTTLE
Jog dial
2
Use the following procedure to check the date and time of
power losses, the amount of hard disk operation time, and
the amount of power-on time.
1
The display returns to the normal screen.
EXIT/OSD
Press the [MENU] button and turn the
select “5. POWER LOSS/USED TIME”,
and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
The <POWER LOSS/USED TIME> screen is displayed.
MENU
<POWER LOSS/USED TIME>
LOSS
RECOVER
01-14 19:15 01-15 09:55
01-13 21:13 01-14 09:21
01-03 18:48 01-05 08:56
01-01 09:49 01-03 10:32
USED TIME
DISK1 USE : 00096H
DISK2 USE : -----H
POWER
: 00096H
POWER
#011
(3)
(1)
(2)
(4)
F/W: M 0.30-00 / S 0.20-04 / C 0.09-00
Check the date and time of power losses and the amount
of hard disk operation time.
(1) LOSS/RECOVER
Display information in sequence for the four most
recent power losses (i.e., the date and time of loss
and recovery).
The number on the left is the number of power losses
(Example: #011). For all numbers above 999, the
number “999” is displayed.
(2) DISK1 USE
Displays the total amount of running time for disk 1.
(3) DISK2 USE
Displays the total amount of running time for disk 2.
When only one hard disk is installed, “------” is
displayed.
(4) POWER
Displays the amount of power-on time for the digital
video recorder.
English
Press the [EXIT/OSD] button.
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[EXIT/OSD] button
Main menu
<MAIN MENU>
1.INITIAL SET
2.RECORD SET
3.GENERAL SET
4.SCREEN SET
5.POWER LOSS/USED TIME
6.INITIALIZATION LOG
7.COPY MENU SETTINGS
MOVE:JOG
[MENU] button
Shuttle dial
->
->
->
->
->
->
->
CARD
MENU
RESET
SELECT:SHUTTLE
EJECT
Jog dial
2
Use the following procedure to display the eight most
recent entries in the initialization and re-recording log for
the hard disk.
The display returns to the normal screen.
EXIT/OSD
SETTINGS
1
Press the [EXIT/OSD] button.
Press the [MENU] button and turn the
jog dial to select “6. INITIALIZATION
LOG”, and then turn the shuttle dial
clockwise.
The <INITIALIZATION LOG> screen is displayed.
(1)
(2)
(3)
MENU
DATE
10-26
10-26
10-26
10-26
10-26
10-26
10-26
-----
<INITIALIZATION LOG>
TIME
AREA
18:25
ALL AREAS (INITIALIZED)
23:18
ALL AREAS (INITIALIZED)
23:18
ARCHIVE
(AREA RESET)
23:18
ALARM REC (AREA RESET)
23:18
NORMAL REC (AREA RESET)
23:16
ALL AREAS (INITIALIZED)
23:15
ALL AREAS (INITIALIZED)
--:------(------)
(1) DATE/TIME
Displays the date and time of the operation.
(2) AREA
Displays the area on which the operation was
performed.
(3) Operation class
Displays the operation performed as either of the
following:
zINITIALIZED
zAREA RESET
z “INITIALIZED” is displayed when recording areas have
been changed.
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[MENU] button
Main Menu
<MAIN MENU>
1.INITIAL SET
2.RECORD SET
3.GENERAL SET
4.SCREEN SET
5.POWER LOSS/USED TIME
6.INITIALIZATION LOG
7.COPY MENU SETTINGS
Shuttle dial
->
->
->
->
->
->
->
CARD
MENU
RESET
EJECT
MOVE:JOG
SELECT:SHUTTLE
Jog dial
Use the following procedure to save menu settings on a
CompactFlash card or to load settings from a
CompactFlash card back into the digital video recorder.
These functions make it easy to use the same settings on
a number of different hard disk digital recorders.
1
Saving menu settings on a
CompactFlash card
Insert a CompactFlash card into the CompactFlash card slot.
1
Press the [MENU] button and turn the
jog dial to select “7. COPY MENU
SETTINGS”, and then turn the shuttle
dial clockwise.
Turn the jog dial to select “SAVE
MENUS TO CF”, and then turn the
shuttle dial clockwise.
<WARNING> screen is displayed.
<WARNING>
The <COPY MENU SETTINGS> screen is displayed.
SAVE MENUS TO CF!!
<COPY MENU SETTINGS>
DVR TYPE VER. SA16-03
(1)
(2)
SAVE MENUS TO CF
CONTINUE?
NO
->
LOAD MENUS FROM CF
->
COPY RECORDING AREA SETTINGS: NO
*IF YOU CHOOSE $YES$ OF THE ABOVE MENU,
HARD DISK WILL BE INITIALIZED !
2
(1) SAVE MENUS TO CF
This saves the menu settings to a CompactFlash card.
Turn the jog dial to select “YES”, and
then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
(1) The saving process begins.
(2) LOAD MENUS FROM CF
This loads menu settings into the digital video recorder
from a CompactFlash card.
SAVING TO CF!!
(2) When this has been completed, “SAVING
FINISHED!!” is displayed. A file named
“MENUCOPY.TXT” is created in the CompactFlash
directory.
<COPY MENU SETTINGS>
SAVING FINISHED!!
SAVE MENUS TO CF
->
LOAD MENUS FROM CF
->
COPY RECORDING AREA SETTINGS: NO
*IF YOU CHOOSE $YES$ OF THE ABOVE MENU,
HARD DISK WILL BE INITIALIZED !
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Loading settings from a
CompactFlash card
When copying recording area settings
Use the following procedure to copy recording area settings.
1
Use the following procedure to load menu settings saved
on a CompactFlash card back into the digital video
recorder.
Turn the jog dial to select “COPY
RECORDING AREA SETTINGS”, and
then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
“NO” flashes.
z When loading a menu setting file into the recorder, you
will be able to specify whether recording area settings
are to be copied. Normally, “COPY RECORDING
AREA SETTINGS” should be set to “NO”. If set to
“YES”, hard disk initialization will be carried out as part
of the loading process, and all recorded data will be
lost.
z Different menu setting file formats cannot be loaded.
Check that the version that is displayed in “DVR TYPE
VER.” matches before loading.
DVR TYPE VER. SA16-03
SAVE MENUS TO CF
LOAD MENUS FROM CF
->
COPY RECORDING AREA SETTINGS: NO
*IF YOU CHOOSE $YES$ OF THE ABOVE MENU,
HARD DISK WILL BE INITIALIZED !
2
Turn the jog dial to select “LOAD
MENUS FROM CF”, and then turn the
shuttle dial clockwise.
Turn the jog dial to select “YES”, and
then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
The cursor returns to “SAVE MENUS TO CF”.
<COPY MENU SETTINGS>
<WARNING> screen is displayed.
DVR TYPE VER. SA16-03
SAVE MENUS TO CF
<WARNING>
->
LOAD MENUS FROM CF
->
COPY RECORDING AREA SETTINGS: NO
LOAD MENUS FROM CF!!
*IF YOU CHOOSE $YES$ OF THE ABOVE MENU,
HARD DISK WILL BE INITIALIZED !
CONTINUE?
NO
2
->
SETTINGS
1
<COPY MENU SETTINGS>
3
4
Turn the jog dial to select “YES”, and
then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
Turn the jog dial to select “LOAD
MENUS FROM CF”.
Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
<WARNING> screen is displayed.
(1) The loading process begins.
<WARNING>
LOAD MENUS FROM CF!!
LOADING FROM CF!
CONTINUE?
NO
5
Turn the jog dial to select “YES”, and
then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
The loading process starts.
When this has been completed, “SYSTEM INITIALIZING”
is displayed and the display returns to the normal screen.
(2) When this has been completed, “SYSTEM
INITIALIZING” is displayed and the display returns to
the normal screen.
z Normally, “COPY RECORDING AREA SETTINGS” should
be set to “NO”. If set to “YES”, hard disk initialization will be
carried out, and all recorded data will be lost.
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INTERFACE SPECIFICATIONS
RS-485 specifications
Data format
Mode
Asynchronous
Character length
8 bits
Data transmission speed
2,400, 4,800, 9,600, 19,200 bps
Parity check
None
Stop bit
1 bit
Communication protocol
A proprietary protocol (SANYO protocol) is used. Use of a
special controller for operation is recommended. To obtain
this controller, contact a Sanyo service center.
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SANYO protocol command table
The table below shows the commands supported by the digital video recorder.
Left digit
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Right digit
0
0
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
5
5
6
6
7
8
7
8
9
9
A
ACK
B
C
NAK
PLAY
TIMER
ON/OFF
SHIFTI
SHIFTK
SHIFTJ
SHIFTL
SET+
/RP UP
SET/RP DOWN
MENU
SECURITY
LOCK ON
SECURITY
LOCK OFF
REV PLAY/
SEARCH (DVR)
GROUP SET
GROUP
CHECK
GROUP
CLEAR
D
E
STOP
STILL
B
C
OTHER
F
Left digit
8
9
A
D
E
F
Right digit
0
FULL1
1
FULL2
2
3
4
5
MULTI
(MPX)
QUAD (MPX)
PLUS1 (MPX)
ZOOM
(MPX/DVR)
6
7
8
FULL3
FULL4
FULL5
FULL6
FULL7
SEQUENCE
(MPX)
MONITOR2
(MPX)
9
STATUS
SENSE
FULL8
FULL9
CLOCK
DOWNLOAD
FULL10
A
ALARM RESET
FULL11
B
C
CHANNEL
FULL12
FULL13
D
COPY
FULL14
E
EXIT/OSD
FULL15
F
CLOCK
ADJUST
MENU
RESET
FULL16
CAMERA
CONTROL
(MPX)
REC/DUB
REQUEST
REC
FF/ALARM F
REW/ALARM R
AUX ON
AUX OFF
STATUS
LOG2
STATUS
LOG1
112
RS-485
SEND START
RS-485
RCV CMF.
REC STOP
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SPECIFICATIONS
Specifications
Digital video recorder with multiplexer function
Product name
Product number
Hard disk capacity
DSR-3716 (16 channel), DSR-3709 (9 channel)
Capability for mounting 80, 160, 250, or 300 GB hard disks (sold separately)
Television system
NTSC signal standard
Compression
Image: M-JPEG, Audio: WAVE
Picture resolution
Recording type
720 x 240 (fields)
Field recording
Picture quality
5 levels [Basic, Normal, Enhanced, Fine, Super Fine]
Recording rate
27 levels (60 to 0.033 FPS)
Recording areas
Normal recording area, Alarm recording area, Archive area
Magnification
x2 digital zoom using the [ZOOM] button
Search modes
Time/date search, Alarm search, Alarm thumbnail search, Archive area search, Motion detection search
Date/clock settings
Month, Day, Year (last two digits), Hours, Minutes, Seconds
Date and time positions
2 position; upper and lower (display may also be turned off)
Camera title display
Each channel; up to 10 alphanumeric characters and symbols (display may also be turned off)
Memory backup
Approximately 30 days (for 48 hours of electrification)
Video input terminal
VBS/VS 1.0 V (p-p), 75 Ω, BNC (DSR-3716: x16, DSR-3709: x9)
Video output terminal
Through output of each video input, BNC (DSR-3716: x16, DSR-3709: x9)
Main monitor output terminal
VBS 1.0 V (p-p), 75 Ω, BNC (x1)
Monitor 2 output terminal
VBS/VS 1.0 V (p-p), 75 Ω, BNC (x1)
Audio input terminal
-8 dBs, 27 kΩ, unbalanced RCA (x1)
Audio output terminal
-8 dBs, 600 Ω, unbalanced RCA (x1)
Microphone input terminal
-60 dBs, 10 kΩ, unbalanced 3.5 mm monaural pin jack (x1)
Front AV
output
Video output terminal
1.0 Vp-p, 75 Ω, unbalanced RCA x 1
Audio output terminal
-8 dBs, 600 Ω, unbalanced RCA x 1
CompactFlash card slot
CompactFlash Type 2 (front panel) (x1)
LAN terminal
10BASE-T/100BASE-TX, RJ-45 (x1)
Compatible protocol: UDP, TCP/IP, HTTP server
RS-485 terminal
RJ-11 (x2) (with a termination switch)
USB terminal
USB 1.1 series A terminal (x2) (front x1, rear x1)
Alarm input terminals
No-volt contacts (with a pulse width of 100 ms or more) (DSR-3716: x16, DSR-3709: x9)
Sensor alarm output terminals Open collector, Low level active (Max. 25 mA) (DSR-3716: x16, DSR-3709: x9)
Remote control input terminal Two-wire voltage control (x2)
Terminals
Clock adjust input terminal
No-volt contacts (with a pulse width of 100 ms or more) (x1)
Clock adjust output terminal
Normal 5 V DC, Low level active (x1)
Alarm output terminal
Active Low, Open collector Max. 500 mA (x1)
Alarm reset input terminal
No-volt contacts (with a pulse width of 100 ms or more) (x1)
Warning output terminal
Normal 5 V DC, Low level active (x1)
Normal recording area disk
full warning output terminal
Normal 5 V DC, Low level active (x1)
Alarm recording area disk full
Normal 5 V DC, Low level active (x1)
warning output terminal
Series connection input
Normal 5 V DC, Low level active (x1)
Series connection output
Normal 5 V DC, Low level active (x1)
External timer input terminal
No-volt contacts (with a pulse width of 1 second or more) (x1)
Non rec output terminal
Normal 5 V DC, Low level active (x1)
Power supply voltage
120 to 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz
Current consumption
600 mA
Allowable operating temperature
5 °C to 40 °C
Allowable operating humidity
10 % to 80 %
Dimensions
420 (W) x 86 (H) x 365 (D) mm (Not including protruding areas or rubber pads)
Weight
6.3 kg with a HDD, 6.9 kg with 2 HDDs
Accessory
Power cord (x1), Core clamp (x2), Power cord tie (x1)
Note that product appearance and specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Dimensions
Units: mm
DSR-3716
420
365
86
CARD
MENU
RESET
10
EJECT
DSR-3709
365
420
86
CARD
MENU
RESET
EJECT
10
OTHER
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UL Certification does not cover the performance or reliability of the security hardware and security operating software.
UL MAKES NO REPRESENTATIONS, WARRANTIES OR CERTIFICATIONS WHATSOEVER REGARDING THE
PERFORMANCE OR RELIABILITY OF ANY SECURITY RELATED FUNCTIONS OF THIS PRODUCT.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Table of recording rate and times
This products’s recording time can be changed by modifying the recording rate and the recording picture quality.
The following table provides reference values for picture quality and recording rate in a situation where video is recorded to the
normal recording area of this product’s hard disk.
z The time setting for the normal recording area and the alarm recording area is determined by multiplying the following
recording time by the percent display value for the normal recording area and the alarm recording area as specified using
the menu’s recording area settings.
z The recording time may change for different recording picture qualities.
„ Example: Recording to a 80 GB hard disk (100%-usage)
Recording rate
FPS (field/sec)
60.00
30.00
20.00
15.00
10.00
7.50
6.00
5.00
4.29
3.75
3.33
3.00
2.73
2.31
2.00
1.67
1.43
1.25
1.11
1.00
0.50
0.33
0.25
0.20
0.10
0.05
0.03
BASIC
15kB
20H
41H
62H
82H
124H
165H
207H
248H
290H
331H
373H
414H
456H
539H
622H
746H
871H
995H
1120H
1244H
2489H
3734H
4978H
6223H
12447H
24894H
37341H
Recording time
ENHANCED
30kB
11H
22H
33H
44H
66H
88H
110H
132H
154H
176H
198H
220H
242H
286H
330H
396H
462H
529H
595H
661H
1322H
1983H
2645H
3306H
6612H
13225H
19837H
NORMAL
22kB
14H
29H
44H
58H
88H
117H
146H
176H
205H
235H
264H
293H
323H
382H
440H
529H
617H
705H
793H
881H
1763H
2645H
3526H
4408H
8816H
17633H
26450H
FINE
42kB
8H
16H
24H
32H
48H
64H
80H
96H
112H
128H
144H
160H
176H
208H
240H
288H
336H
384H
432H
480H
961H
1442H
1923H
2404H
4809H
9618H
14427H
SUPER FINE
50kB
6H
13H
20H
27H
40H
54H
67H
81H
94H
108H
122H
135H
149H
176H
203H
244H
284H
325H
366H
406H
813H
1220H
1627H
2034H
4069H
8138H
12207H
FINE
42kB
16H
32H
48H
64H
96H
128H
160H
193H
225H
257H
289H
321H
354H
418H
482H
579H
676H
772H
869H
965H
1931H
2897H
3863H
4828H
9657H
19315H
28972H
SUPER FINE
50kB
„ Example: Recording to a 160 GB hard disk (100%-usage)
Recording rate
FPS (field/sec)
60.00
30.00
20.00
15.00
10.00
7.50
6.00
5.00
4.29
3.75
3.33
3.00
2.73
2.31
2.00
1.67
1.43
1.25
1.11
1.00
0.50
0.33
0.25
0.20
0.10
0.05
0.03
BASIC
15kB
41H
83H
124H
166H
249H
333H
416H
499H
583H
666H
749H
833H
916H
1083H
1249H
1499H
1749H
1999H
2249H
2499H
4999H
7498H
9998H
12498H
24996H
49992H
74988H
Recording time
ENHANCED
30kB
22H
44H
66H
88H
132H
177H
221H
265H
309H
354H
398H
442H
486H
575H
663H
796H
929H
1062H
1195H
1327H
2655H
3983H
5311H
6639H
13279H
26558H
39837H
NORMAL
22kB
29H
59H
88H
118H
177H
236H
295H
354H
413H
472H
531H
590H
649H
767H
885H
1062H
1239H
1416H
1593H
1770H
3541H
5311H
7082H
8852H
17705H
35411H
53116H
13H
27H
40H
54H
81H
108H
136H
163H
190H
217H
245H
272H
299H
354H
408H
490H
572H
653H
735H
817H
1634H
2451H
3268H
4085H
8171H
16343H
24515H
Area in which sound recording is possible (when recording sound, the recording time is shorter than that shown above.)
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„ Example: Recording to a 300 GB hard disk (100%-usage)
Recording rate
FPS (field/sec)
BASIC
15kB
NORMAL
22kB
Recording time
ENHANCED
30kB
FINE
42kB
SUPER FINE
50kB
60.00
30.00
20.00
15.00
10.00
7.50
6.00
5.00
4.29
3.75
3.33
3.00
2.73
2.31
2.00
1.67
1.43
1.25
1.11
1.00
0.50
0.33
0.25
0.20
0.10
0.05
0.03
78H
156H
234H
313H
469H
626H
782H
939H
1095H
1252H
1408H
1565H
1721H
2034H
2347H
2817H
3286H
3756H
4226H
4695H
9391H
14087H
18782H
23478H
46956H
93913H
140870H
55H
110H
166H
221H
332H
443H
554H
665H
776H
886H
997H
1108H
1219H
1441H
1663H
1995H
2328H
2660H
2993H
3326H
6652H
9978H
13304H
16630H
33261H
66522H
99783H
41H
83H
124H
166H
249H
332H
415H
498H
582H
665H
748H
831H
914H
1080H
1247H
1496H
1746H
1995H
2245H
2494H
4989H
7483H
9978H
12472H
24945H
49891H
74837H
30H
60H
90H
120H
181H
241H
302H
362H
423H
483H
544H
604H
665H
786H
907H
1088H
1269H
1451H
1632H
1814H
3628H
5442H
7256H
9071H
18142H
36284H
54427H
25H
51H
76H
102H
153H
204H
255H
307H
358H
409H
460H
511H
562H
665H
767H
921H
1074H
1228H
1381H
1535H
3070H
4605H
6140H
7675H
15351H
30702H
46053H
Area in which sound recording is possible (when recording sound, the recording time is shorter than that shown above.)
OTHER
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SPECIFICATIONS
Table of recording rate settings
Normal recording rate
Alarm recording rate
Display
sequence
Pre-alarm recording rate
Display
sequence
Recording rate
FPS (field/sec)
1
60.00 (Note1, 2)
1
30.00
1
FPS (field/sec)
30.00
2
30.00
2
20.00
2
20.00
3
20.00
3
15.00
3
15.00
4
15.00
4
10.00
4
10.00
5
10.00
5
7.50
5
7.50
6
7.50
6
6.00
6
6.00
7
6.00
7
5.00
7
5.00
8
5.00
8
4.29
8
4.29
9
4.29
9
3.75
9
3.75
10
3.75
10
3.33
10
3.33
11
3.33
11
3.00
11
3.00
12
3.00
12
2.73
12
2.73
13
2.73
13
2.31
13
2.31
14
2.31
14
2.00
14
2.00
15
2.00
15
1.67
15
1.67
16
1.67
16
1.43
16
1.43
17
1.43
17
1.25
17
1.25
18
1.25
18
1.11
18
1.11
19
1.11
19
1.00
19
1.00
20
1.00
20
0.50
21
0.50
21
0.33
22
0.33
22
0.25
23
0.25
23
0.20
24
0.20
24
0.10
25
0.10
25
0.05
26
0.05
26
0.03
27
0.03
Recording rate
FPS (field/sec)
Display
sequence
Recording rate
(Note 1) 30 FPS maximum when pre-alarm recording is set to “ON”.
(Note 2) 30 FPS maximum when recording only one camera; 60 FPS maximum when recording two or more cameras.
Program recording rate
Display
sequence
Recording rate
FPS (field/sec)
1 (Note1)
30
2
15
3
7.5
4
3.75
5
1.875
6
1.000
7
0.500
8
0.330
9
0.250
10
0.200
11
0.100
12
0.050
13
0.033
This table indicates recording rate settings for
individual cameras.
When making settings for multiple cameras, ensure
that the total recording rate is within 60 FPS.
Settings are adjusted automatically to ensure that the
total recording rate is within 60 FPS; accordingly, if a
setting value cannot be raised, the value for a different
camera must first be lowered.
* FPS stands for fields per second, the number of
images that are recorded in a single second.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Table of pre-alarm recording times
This table indicates recording times for pre-alarm recording, and it should be used when this type of recording is being carried
out.
Recording rate
FPS (field/sec)
3s
(3s)
Recording time (Display of time on menu screens s: seconds m: minutes)
5s
10s
20s
40s
60s
120s
180s
240s
300s
500s
(5s)
(10s)
(20s)
(40s)
(1m)
(2m)
(3m)
(4m)
(5m) (10m)
900s
(15m)
OTHER
30.00
20.00
15.00
10.00
7.50
6.00
5.00
4.29
3.75
3.33
3.00
2.73
2.31
2.00
1.67
1.43
1.25
1.11
1.00
Default setting, Recording rate: 15 FPS, Recording time: 1 min.
When setting alarm durations using a menu, settings will be restricted to those available for the selected recording rate.
Similarly, when setting recording rates, the setting range will be restricted to that available for the selected duration. For
example, if the alarm duration is set to 3 seconds, only 30 FPS will be selectable for the recording rate.
When setting fast recording rates, it may be necessary to first of all change the alarm duration setting.
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Terminal board specifications
Input/output terminals
Alarm input
[No-volt contacts]
Signal level
Input/output circuit
5V
Open
ground
input
Terminal
0V
100k
10k
1k
IC
74HC597
100ms or more
Open
Sensor alarm output
[Open collector/1kΩ, Low
level active (max: 25mA)]
1k
IC
BU209
0V
Detect motion
sensor
Terminal
Stop alarm
recording
+5V
4.7k
CTL2,3 Remote control input
(JP.14)
[Two-wire voltage control]
CTL4 Clock adjust input
[No-volt contacts]
1k
Remote
control
terminal
Sub micro
processor
5V
Open
ground
input
Terminal
0V
100k
10k
1k
IC
74HC597
100ms or more
CTL5 Clock adjust output
[Normal 5V/5.7kΩ, Low level
active]
5V
5V
4.7k
0V
1k
IC
BU209
Approx. 1 second
Open
CTL6 Alarm output
[Open collector/1kΩ, Low
level active (max: 500mA)]
Terminal
5V
4.7k
0V
Start alarm Finish alarm
recording
recording
1k
IC
BU209
Terminal
5V
CTL7 Alarm reset input
[No-volt contacts]
Open
ground
input
Terminal
0V
100ms or more
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100k
10k
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Input/output terminals
Signal level
Input/output circuit
5V
5V
CTL8 Warning output
[DC5V/5.7kΩ, Active Low]
4.7k
0V
1k
IC
BU209
Terminal
Warning conditions established
(HDD error, FAN error detected)
5V
5V
CTL9 Normal recording area
disk full warning output
[DC5V/5.7kΩ, Active Low]
4.7k
0V
Warning conditions established
(no space in normal recording area)
1k
IC
BU209
5V
5V
CTL10 Alarm recording area
disk full warning output
[DC5V/5.7kΩ, Active Low]
Terminal
4.7k
0V
Warning conditions established
(no space in alarm recording area)
1k
IC
BU209
Terminal
5V
5V
Terminal
100k
10k
1k
0V
OTHER
CTL11 Series connection
input
[DC5V/5.7kΩ, Active Low]
IC
74HC597
300ms or more
5V
CTL12 Series connection
output
[DC5V/5.7kΩ, Active Low]
5V
4.7k
3 seconds or more
CTL13 External timer input
[No-volt contacts]
1k
IC
BU209
0V
Terminal
5V
Open
ground
input
Terminal
0V
100k
10k
1k
IC
74HC597
100ms or more
5V
5V
CTL14 Non rec output
[DC5V/5.7kΩ, Active Low]
4.7k
IC
BU209
0V
1k
Terminal
Stop recording
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MENU SETTING SEQUENCE
INITIAL SET (→P.51)
<INITIAL SET>
1.LAUNGUAGE/CLOCK SET
2.CAMERA DETECT
3.TITLE SET
4.HOLIDAY SET
5.TIME PERIOD SET
MOVE:JOG
RECORD SET (→P.60)
<RECORD SET>
1.NORMAL REC EASY SET
2.RECORDING AREA SET
3.RECORDING CONDITIONS SET
4.NORMAL REC MODE SET
5.PROGRAM REC SET
6.TIMER SET
7.ALARM REC MODE SET
8.ALARM OPERATION SET
->
->
->
->
->
SELECT:SHUTTLE
MOVE:JOG
LANGUAGE/CLOCK SET (→P.51)
<LANGUAGE/LANGUE/IDIOMA>
ENGLISH
<CLOCK SET>
01-01-2004 THU 00:00:00
<DAYLIGHT SAVING>
MODE
:
USE
WEEK MONTH TIME
ON
1ST-SUN
04
02:00
OFF LST-SUN
10
02:00
<EXT.CLOCK SET>
ADJUST. TIME
01:00
<MAIN MENU>
1.INITIAL SET
2.RECORD SET
3.GENERAL SET
4.SCREEN SET
5.POWER LOSS/USED TIME
6.INITIALIZATION LOG
7.COPY MENU SETTINGS
->
->
->
->
->
->
->
->
MOVE:JOG
SELECT:SHUTTLE
NORMAL REC EASY SET (→P.60)
RECORDING DURATION BASE
->
REC RATE BASE
->
<RECORDING DURATION BASE>
RECORDING DURATION
: -- DAYS
TIMER RECORDING(DLY) : OFF
START --:-STOP --:-PICTURE QUALITY
: ENHANCED
AUDIO RECORDING
: OFF
CAUTION !
CONNECT CAMERA AND SET TIME
BEFORE SETUP
CAMERA DETECT (→P.54)
CAMERA DETECT
CONTINUE?
NO
82GB
80 %
19 %
REMAINING DISK WARNING
SERIES REC
AUTO DELETE
HOLIDAY SET (→P.56)
SET>
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
K
-----------------------------------------
TIME PERIOD SET (→P.57)
TIME PERIOD A
TIME PERIOD A
TIME PERIOD A
1%
NUMBER OF CAMERAS
:2
RECORDING DURATION
: ---- DAYS
SECU
: **
: OFF
: OFF
<NORMAL REC
PICTURE QUALITY
AUDIO RECORDING
REC RATE : 15FPS
REC PROGRAM GROUP
HDD
MODE SET>
: ENHANCED
: OFF
( 35H)
: OFF
Numbers can be entered with the
[CAMERA SELECT] buttons when
“K” is displayed at the top-right of
the menu screen.
CAUT
CAU
NET
PROGRAM REC SET (→P.73)
<PROGRAM REC SET>
N
N
I
S
GA
P
PROGRAM : P-1
01:
05:
09:
13:
SELECT
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
INDIVIDUAL
02: 0.5
06: 0.5
10: 0.5
14: 0.5
NORMAL REC
CAMERA RATE(FPS)
03: 0.5
04: 0.5
07: 0.5
08: 0.5
11: 0.5
12: 0.5
15: 0.5
16: 0.5
: 65H
TIMER SET (→P.74)
WEEK
SUN
MON
TUE
WED
THU
FRI
SAT
DLY
EXT
START
--:---:---:---:---:---:---:---:-*****
<TIMER SET>
STOP PROGRAM
--:-OFF
--:-OFF
--:-OFF
--:-OFF
--:-OFF
--:-OFF
--:-OFF
--:-OFF
*****
OFF
K
FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
15 FPS
SET
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ALARM REC MODE SET (→P.77) MOTION SENSOR SET (→P.81)
<ALARM REC MODE SET>
ALARM RECORDING
: OFF
PICTURE QUALITY
: ENHANCED
AUDIO RECORDING
: OFF
ALARM INTERLEAVE
: ONLY
REC RATE: 15FPS,
DURATION: 20SEC
PRE-ALARM RECORDING
: ***
REC RATE: **** FPS,
DURATION: ****
=> (01731 ALARMS CAN BE RECORDED)
ALARM TRIGGER
: ALARM
MOTION SENSOR
->
ALARM OPERATION SET (→P.84)
<ALARM OPERATION SET>
ALARM RETRIGGER
: OFF
MAIN MON. DISPLAY
ALARM PRIORITY
MON.2 DISPLAY
English
BUZ
K
NORMAL REC MODE SET (→P.71)
<TIMER PERIOD SET>
K
TIME PERIOD
T-1
T-2
T-3
T-4
TIME PERIOD A 00:00 00:00 00:00 00:00
TIME PERIOD B 00:00 00:00 00:00 00:00
SELECT TIME PERIOD
SEQUENCE
MASK
MOTION SENSOR
MOVE:JOG
<RECORDING CONDITIONS SET>
NORMAL RECORDING AREA
OVERWRITE
: ON
ALARM RECORDING AREA
OVERWRITE
: ON
CAMERA NO.01 ________01
<HOLIDAY
-----------------------------------------
: ------FPS/CAM
<GE
1.DISPLAY SE
2.BUZZER SET
3.SECURITY L
4.HDD SET
5.NETWORK SE
6.RS-485 SET
7.CAMERA CON
DISP
RECORDING CONDITIONS SET (→P.67)
<TITLE SET>
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
: 2
REC RATE
<REC RATE BASE>
REC RATE
: ----- FPS/CAM
TIMER RECORDING(DLY) : OFF
START --:-STOP --:-PICTURE QUALITY
: ENHANCED
AUDIO RECORDING
: OFF
CAUTION : WHEN THE AREA SETTING IS CHANGED,
THE WHOLE AREA WILL BE INITIALIZED !
TITLE SET (→P.55)
NUMBER OF CAMERAS
GEN
K
REC RATE BASE (→P.63)
RECORDING AREA SET (→P.64)
<RECORDING AREA SET>
TOTAL CAPACITY
:
NORMAL RECORDING AREA
:
AREA FULL RESET ->
ALARM RECORDING AREA
:
AREA FULL RESET ->
ARCHIVE AREA
:
AREA FULL RESET ->
<WARNING>
SELECT:SHUTTLE
RECORDING DURATION BASE (→P.61)
<NORMAL REC EASY SET>
K
->
->
->
->
->
->
->
121
: NC
: LAST
: OFF
CH01 T-1
LEVEL : OFF
RS-4
MODE : A
CAME
CH
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
PRO
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
3
MENU SETTING SEQUENCE
GENERAL SET (→P.86)
<GENERAL SET>
1.DISPLAY SET
2.BUZZER SET
3.SECURITY LOCK SET
4.HDD SET
5.NETWORK SET
6.RS-485 SET
7.CAMERA CONTROL SET
MOVE:JOG
SCREEN SET (→P.100)
<SCREEN SET>
1.MULTI SCREEN
: NORMAL
QUAD POSITION SET
->
MULTI 9 POSITION SET
->
MULTI 16 POSITION SET ->
2.SEQUENCE SET
: 1S
SEQUENCE SET
->
MAIN/MON.2 MONITOR SET ->
3.MASK
: OFF
MASK SET
->
4.COLOR LEVEL SET
->
->
->
->
->
->
->
->
SELECT:SHUTTLE
DISPLAY SET (→P.86)
<POWER LOSS/USED TIME>
POWER
LOSS
RECOVER
#011
01-14 19:15 15-01 09:55
01-13 21:13 14-01 09:21
01-03 18:48 05-01 08:56
01-01 09:49 03-01 10:32
USED TIME
DISK1 USE : 00096H
DISK2 USE : -----H
POWER
: 00096H
F/W: M 0.30-00 / S 0.20-04 / C 0.09-00
INITIALIZATION LOG (→P.108)
DATE
10-26
10-26
10-26
10-26
10-26
10-26
10-26
-----
<INITIALIZATION LOG>
TIME
AREA
18:25
ALL AREAS (INITIALIZED)
23:18
ALL AREAS (INITIALIZED)
23:18
ARCHIVE
(AREA RESET)
23:18
ALARM REC (AREA RESET)
23:18
NORMAL REC (AREA RESET)
23:16
ALL AREAS (INITIALIZED)
23:15
ALL AREAS (INITIALIZED)
--:------(------)
COPY MENU SETTINGS (→P.109)
<COPY MENU SETTINGS>
DVR TYPE VER. SA16-03
SAVE MENUS TO CF
->
LOAD MENUS FROM CF
->
COPY RECORDING AREA SETTINGS: NO
*IF YOU CHOOSE $YES$ OF THE ABOVE MENU,
HARD DISK WILL BE INITIALIZED !
QUAD POSITION SET MENU (→P.100)
<DISPLAY SET>
DATE
: ON
TIME
: ON
QUALITY
: ON
AUDIO
: ON
ALARM COUNT
: ON
ALARM TYPE
: ON
TITLE
: ON
VIDEO LOSS
POWER LOSS/USED TIME (→P.107)
<QUAD POSITION SET MENU>
QUAD1
QUAD2
01
02
05
06
03
04
07
08
09
10
13
14
K
11 12
15 16
QUAD3
QUAD4
CHECK THE SCREEN ->
: ON
BUZZER SET (→P.88)
MULTI 9 POSITION SET MENU (→P.100)
<MULTI 9 POSITION SET MENU>
<BUZZER SET>
ALARM
: OFF
DISK FULL
: ON
DISK ERROR
: ON
LOCK WARNING
: ON
KEY IN
: OFF
NON REC
: OFF
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
K
CHECK THE SCREEN ->
SECURITY LOCK SET (→P.89)
<SECURITY LOCK SET>
LEVEL
PASSWORD(4-8) USE
ADMIN
-------- OFF
USER
-------- OFF
REC CONTROL
: ADMIN
CAMERA CONTROL
: ADMIN
MULTI 16 POSITION SET MENU (→P.100)
<MULTI 16 POSITION SET MENU>
K
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
K
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CHECK THE SCREEN ->
HDD SET (→P.92)
SEQUENCE SET (→P.102)
<SEQUENCE SET>
MAIN MON. FULL :
QUAD :
MON.2
FULL :
<HDD SET>
DISK1
: 82GB
DISK2
: ---GB
DISK INITIALIZE
->
CAUTION : ALL RECORDING WILL BE ERASED!
01:
05:
09:
13:
MIRRORING
: OFF
PLAYBACK DRIVE
: ***
CAUTION : RECORDING SPEED WILL BE
LIMITED BY MIRRORING!
NETWORK SET (→P.93)
<NETWORK
NETWORK CONTROL
NETWORK STATUS
IP ADDRESS
SUBNET MASK
GATEWAY
PORT
ID
ID1
ID2
ID3
SET>
K
: OFF
: ON
: 192.168. 0. 1
: 255.255.255. 0
: 0. 0. 0. 0
: 00080
: PASSWORD (4-8)
: 1111---: 2222---: 3333----
DATA SPEED
STATUS INFO
ALARM INFO
ADDRESS
1S
1S
1S
1S
MAIN/MON2 MONITOR SET (→P.102)
<MAIN/MON.2 MONITOR SET>
TIME PERIOD : T-1 (06:00-11:30)
CH
MAIN MON.
MON.2
CH
MAIN MON.
MON.2
01
ON
ON
09
ON
ON
02
ON
ON
10
ON
ON
03
ON
ON
11
ON
ON
04
ON
ON
12
ON
ON
05
ON
ON
13
ON
ON
06
ON
ON
14
ON
ON
07
ON
ON
15
ON
ON
08
ON
ON
16
ON
ON
<MASK SET>
K
TIME PERIOD :
CH
01 02
MAIN MON. OFF OFF
MON.2
OFF OFF
NETWORK
OFF OFF
CH
09 10
MAIN MON. OFF OFF
MON.2
OFF OFF
NETWORK
OFF OFF
: 19200
: ON
: ON
: 000
CAMERA CONTROL SET (→P.97)
<CAMERA CONTROL SET>
CH PROTOCOL
ADD. | CH PROTOCOL
01 OFF
--- | 09 OFF
02 OFF
--- | 10 OFF
03 OFF
--- | 11 OFF
04 OFF
--- | 12 OFF
05 OFF
--- | 13 OFF
06 OFF
--- | 14 OFF
07 OFF
--- | 15 OFF
08 OFF
--- | 16 OFF
INDIVIDUAL INTERVAL (SEC)
02: 1S
03: 1S
04:
06: 1S
07: 1S
08:
10: 1S
11: 1S
12:
14: 1S
15: 1S
16:
MASK SET (→P.104)
RS-485 SET (→P.96)
<RS-485 SET>
1S
1S
1S
1S
1S
1S
1S
T-1
03
OFF
OFF
OFF
11
OFF
OFF
OFF
(06:00-11:30)
04 05 06 07
OFF OFF OFF OFF
OFF OFF OFF OFF
OFF OFF OFF OFF
12 13 14 15
OFF OFF OFF OFF
OFF OFF OFF OFF
OFF OFF OFF OFF
08
OFF
OFF
OFF
16
OFF
OFF
OFF
COLOR LEVEL SET (→P.105)
<COLOR LEVEL SET>
ADD.
----------------CH01
COLOR LEVEL : 5
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INDEX
A
K
Administrator ................................................................. 89
ALARM FULL indicator .................................................... 7
ALARM indicator ............................................................. 7
ALARM OPERATION SET ............................................ 84
ALARM PRIORITY ........................................................ 85
Alarm recording ............................................................. 24
Alarm recording area ..................................................... 18
ALARM RETRIGGER .................................................... 84
Alarm search ................................................................. 31
Alarm thumbnail search ................................................. 32
ALARM TRIGGER ......................................................... 81
ALARM TYPE ................................................................ 87
Archive area .................................................................. 18
Archive area search ...................................................... 34
AREA FULL RESET ...................................................... 66
AUDIO RECORDING .................................................... 62
AUTO DELETE ............................................................. 71
Automatic screen selection ........................................... 21
KEY IN ...........................................................................88
MAIN MENU ..................................................................47
Main monitor ................................................................102
MENU RESET button ....................................................48
MIRRORING ..................................................................93
MODE ............................................................................83
Monitor 2 (MON2) ................................................. 21, 102
Motion detection search .................................................34
MOTION SENSOR ........................................................81
Multi screen ...................................................................20
B
N
BUZZER SET ................................................................ 88
Network settings ............................................................93
NORMAL REC EASY SET ............................................60
Normal recording ...........................................................23
Normal recording area ...................................................18
Normal recording easy setup .........................................60
L
LEVEL ............................................................................83
LOCK indicator ................................................................7
LOCK WARNING ...........................................................88
M
C
CAMERA CONTROL SET ...................................... 13, 97
CAMERA DETECT ........................................................ 54
CAMERA SELECT .......................................................... 7
Canceling alarms ........................................................... 85
CD-R/RW ...................................................................... 45
Changing recording areas ............................................. 65
CLOCK SET .................................................................. 17
CompactFlash card ....................................................... 41
P
PASSWORD setting ......................................................89
PICTURE QUALITY .......................................................62
PLAYBACK DRIVE ........................................................93
Plus screen ....................................................................20
PORT .............................................................................95
POWER LOSS/USED TIME ........................................107
Pre-alarm recording .......................................................25
PRECAUTION .................................................................1
D
DISK ERROR ................................................................ 88
DURATION .................................................................... 79
Q
E
Quad screen ..................................................................19
Quick print ......................................................................43
Expanding the hard disk capacity .................................. 93
External clock setting .................................................... 53
R
F
REC CONTROL .............................................................91
REC RATE BASE ..........................................................63
RECORD SET ...............................................................60
Recording areas ............................................................64
Recording days ..............................................................61
RECORDING DURATION BASE ...................................61
Recording pattern ..........................................................79
Recording rate ...............................................................63
REMAINING DISK WARNING .......................................68
RS-485 ........................................................... 11, 96, 111
FULL indicator ................................................................. 7
Full screen ..................................................................... 19
G
GATEWAY .................................................................... 95
GENERAL SET ............................................................. 86
H
Hard disk settings .......................................................... 92
S
I
Saving user settings ....................................................109
SCREEN SET ..............................................................100
SECURITY LOCK SET ..................................................89
SEQUENCE SET .........................................................102
INITIAL SET .................................................................. 51
INITIALIZATION LOG ................................................. 108
Initializing the hard disk ................................................. 92
IP ADDRESS ................................................................. 95
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INDEX
Series recording ............................................................ 69
Setting alarm recording ................................................. 77
Setting camera titles ...................................................... 55
Setting data display ....................................................... 86
Setting display for video loss ......................................... 87
Setting holidays ............................................................. 56
Setting masks .............................................................. 104
Setting normal recording ............................................... 71
Setting program recording ............................................. 73
Setting quad positions ................................................. 100
Setting recording conditions .......................................... 67
Setting the color level .................................................. 105
Setting time periods ....................................................... 57
SHUTTLE HOLD ........................................................... 27
SUBNET MASK ............................................................. 95
T
Time/date search ........................................................... 32
Timer recording ............................................................. 23
Timer settings ................................................................ 74
U
USER ............................................................................ 90
Z
ZOOM ............................................................................ 27
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