Digital Video Recorder
User’s Manual
ALL HYBRID
04/08/08R/16R/16R+
Q-BRID LITE QL04/08/16
HD-SDI HD04/08/16R
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1. This is user's manual for Analog / HD-SDI Hybrid DVR(Digital Video Recorder).
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operating guide and other necessary matters for easy understanding. Users should
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CONTENTS
Contents
CH 1. Product Introduction`
1-1. Product Contents
1-2. Specifications
1-3. Product Characteristics
1-4. Name of Each Part
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CH 2. Installation Guide and Cautions
2-1. Cautions
2-2. Product Installation
2-2-1. Power Connection
2-2-2. Connecting External Device
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CH 3. How to Use
3-1. General Usage Information
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3-2. Live Mode
3-2-1. Live mode control
3-2-2. Live mode feature
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3-3. Search Mode
3-3-1. Search selection type
3-3-2. Play Mode
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3-4. Setup Mode
3-4-1. Display
3-4-2. Record
3-4-3. Device
3-4-4. Network
3-4-5. System
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3-5. Firmware Upgrade
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CONTENTS
Contents
Trouble Shooting
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How to Connect xbox1
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CH 1 Product Introduction
CH1. Product Introduction
1-1. Product Contents
(ALL HYBRID 04/08, Q-BRID LITE 04/08/16, HD-SDI 04/08)
After removing packing materials of this product, check whether all following
contents are included.
Main Body (DVR):
This converts the analog video and audio signal to
the digital signal and saves on HDD.
Adapter:
This 12V adapter supplies power to the product.
Power Cable:
This connect the adapter and the power source.
Program CD:
This contains the User’s manual and Client
Program for DVR.
Remote Controller:
This is an IR remote controller for convenience.
Battery:
These are 2(two) battery for the remote controller.
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CH 1 Product Introduction
1-1. Product Contents
(ALL HYBRID 08R/16R/16R+, HD-SDI 16R)
After removing packing materials of this product, check whether all following
contents are included.
Main Body (DVR):
This converts the analog video and audio signal to
the digital signal and saves on HDD.
Adapter:
This 12V adapter supplies power to the product.
Power Cable:
This connect the adapter and the power source.
Program CD:
This contains the User’s manual and Client
Program for DVR.
Remote Controller:
This is an IR remote controller for convenience.
Battery:
These are 2(two) battery for the remote controller.
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CH 1 Product Introduction
1-2. Specifications(ALL HYBRID)
ALL HYBRID Series
Model
04
08
08R
Compact case
Camera input
Video
4 BNC
19” rack type
8 BNC
16 BNC
720p25,30,50,60/1080p25,30,50,60/1080i50,60/Composite/960H/Mixed
Output
1 HDMI (Main Display or Programmable HD Spot)
1 VGA (Main Display or Programmable HD Spot)
1 Composite (Programmable SPOT)
4 RCA
8 RCA
16 RCA
1 RCA
Sensor In
4 (NC/NO)
8 (NC/NO)
16(NC/NO)
Alarm out
1 relay
6 TTL, 2 relay
14 TTL, 2 relay
Embedded Linux OS
Speed
Real Time
Resolution (Pixel)
1280X1024, 1280X720, 1920X1080
Split screen
1,4
1,4,6,8,9
1,4,6,8,9
1,4,6,8,9,13,16
CODEC
H.264 / JPEG for 3G, Dual CODEC
Resolution (Pixel)
720p, 1080p,1080i, 960H, 720H, Mixed
Picture quality
4 steps (Super, High, Medium, Low)
Speed
NTSC area 120fps@1080p 240fps@1080p 240fps@1080p 480fps@1080p 480fps@1080p
PAL area 100fps@1080p 200fps@1080p 200fps@1080p 400fps@1080p 400fps@1080p
Display
1,4
1,4,8
Search mode
Playback
16 BNC
Available source
Operating System
Recording
8 BNC
All Hybrid(Patent)
Output
Display
16R+
Individual HD/Analog sel
ectable
Audio input
Audio
16R
Speed
NTSC
PAL
Fast/Slow speed
1,4,8
1,4,6,8,9,13,16
Calendar, Event ,POS , Panorama, Thumbnail
60fps@1080p 120fps@1080p 120fps@1080p 120fps@1080p 480fps@1080p
100fps@1080p 200fps@1080p 200fps@1080p 200fps@1080p 400fps@1080p
Normal, REW & FF [recorded speed x2, x4, x8, x16,x32,x64,x1/2,x1/4], Frame to
frame, Pause
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CH 1 Product Introduction
1-2. Specifications(ALL HYBRID, continued)
ALL HYBRID Series
Model
04
08
08R
Compact case
Network Interface
Speed
16R
16R+
19” rack type
Gigabit Ethernet
15fps@1080p
Protocol
Application
Web Browser
Smart phone App
Interface
Backup device
60fps@1080p
120fps@1080p
TCP/IP, HTTP, DHCP
7 / 8 (PC Client system& IE)/MAC
Internet Explorer, Safari, FireFox, Chrome
CatchEye : Android, iPhone for live and search
USB 2.0 X 2
USB 2.0 X 3
Backup
External HDD, CD&DVD-RW, Network, Thumb Drive
2 SATA(No capacity limit ;
4 SATA + 1 eSATA(upto 12 bays,
The number of HDD
4TB of more)
No capacity limit ; 4TB or more)
•Full GUI with alpha blending
•Individual setting of resolution, frame rates and picture quality
•Instant Replay
•Digital Zoom
•Mouse Control
•Weekly scheduler with holiday by 10 minutes setting
•Covert, Disable and Private function of cameras
•Motion Detection with 352 area setting
•Relay alarm output
•PTZ control by RS-485
Function •Daylight Saving Time and Network Time Setting
•Multi User Authority up to 8 Users
•Deinterlacer upon live and playback
•22 languages with full graphic
•Individual Network port setting
•Auto Deletion
•Import and Export the configuration
•Mirroring
•POS Interface
•Dual CODEC engine for independent video transmission
•Interactive setup via network
Power Consumption
60W
150W
Operating Temperature
5 ~40℃(41~104F)
Others
Relative Humidity
Maximum 80% non-condensing
Dimension
340(W)×250(D)×60(H) mm
430(W)×420(D)×88(H)
Network
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CH 1 Product Introduction
1-2. Specifications(Q-BRID LITE)
Q-BRID LITE Series
Model
QL04
QL08
QL16
Compact case
Camera input
Video
8 BNC
720p real time / 1080p non real time Hybrid
Available source
720p25,30,50,60/1080p25,30/1080i50,60/Composite/960H/Mixed
1 HDMI (Main Display)
1 VGA (Main Display)
1 Composite
(Programmable SPOT)
1 HDMI (Main Display or Programmable HD Spot)
1 VGA (Main Display or Programmable HD Spot)
1 Composite (Programmable SPOT)
Audio input
4 RCA
Output
1 RCA
Sensor In
4 (NC, NO selectable)
Alarm out
1 relay
Operating System
Embedded Linux OS
Display
Speed
Real Time
Resolution (Pixel)
1280X1024, 1280X720, 1920X1080
Split screen
Recording
1,4
1,4,6,8,9
1,4,6,8,9,13,16
CODEC
H.264 / JPEG for 3G, Dual CODEC
Resolution (Pixel)
1080P (1080p25,30/1080i50,60)
720P (720p25,30,50,60)
WD1, D1 (Composite, 960H)
Picture quality
4 steps (Super, High, Medium, Low)
Speed
NTSC area
PAL area
Display
120fps@720p/60fps@1080p
100fps@720p/50fps@1080p
1,4
Speed
NTSC
PAL
Fast/Slow speed
240fps@720p/120fps@1080p 480fps@720p/240fps@1080p
200fps@720p/100fps@1080p 400fps@720p/200fps@1080p
1,4,8
Search mode
Playback
16 BNC
Individual HD/Analog sel
ectable
Output
Audio
4 BNC
1,4,6,8,9,13,16
Calendar, Event ,POS , Panorama, Thumbnail
60fps@720p/30fps@1080p
50fps@720p/25fps@1080p
120fps@720p/60fps@1080p
100fps@720p/50fps@1080p
240fps@720p/120fps@1080p
200fps@720p/100fps@1080p
Normal, REW & FF [recorded speed x2, x4, x8, x16,x32,x64,x1/2,x1/4], Frame to
frame, Pause
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1-2. Specifications(Q-BRID LITE, continued)
Q-BRID LITE Series
Model
QL04
QL08
QL16
Compact case
Network Interface
Speed
Gigabit Ethernet
20fps@720p
20fps@720p
Network
40fps@720p
40fps@720p
180fps@720p
140fps@720p
Protocol
TCP/IP, HTTP, DHCP
Application
Windows XP / 7 / 8 (PC Client system& IE)/MAC
Web Browser
Internet Explorer, Safari, FireFox, Chrome
Smart phone App
CatchEye : Android, iPhone for live and search
Interface
USB 2.0 X 2
USB 2.0 X 3
Backup
Backup device
External HDD, CD&DVD-RW, Network, Thumb Drive
2 SATA(No capacity limit ; 4TB of more)
The number of HDD
•Full GUI with alpha blending
•Individual setting of resolution, frame rates and picture quality
•Instant Replay
•Digital Zoom
•Mouse Control
•Weekly scheduler with holiday by 10 minutes setting
•Covert, Disable and Private function of cameras
•Motion Detection with 352 area setting
•Relay alarm output
•PTZ control by RS-485
Function •Daylight Saving Time and Network Time Setting
•Multi User Authority up to 8 Users
•Deinterlacer upon live and playback
•22 languages with full graphic
•Individual Network port setting
•Auto Deletion
•Import and Export the configuration
•Mirroring
•POS Interface
•Dual CODEC engine for independent video transmission
•Interactive setup via network
Power Consumption
60W
Operating Temperature
5 ~40℃(41~104F)
Others
Relative Humidity
Maximum 80% non-condensing
Dimension
340(W)×250(D)×60(H) mm
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CH 1 Product Introduction
1-2. Specifications(HD-SDI)
HD-SDI Series
Model
HD04
HD08
Compact case
Camera input
Video
4 BNC
HD-SDI only
Available source
720p25,30,50,60/1080p25,30,50,60/1080i50,60/Mixed
Output
1 HDMI (Main Display or Programmable HD Spot)
1 VGA (Main Display or Programmable HD Spot)
1 Composite (Programmable SPOT)
4 RCA
16 RCA
1 RCA
Sensor In
4 (NC/NO)
16(NC/NO)
Alarm out
1 relay
14 TTL, 2 relay
Operating System
Embedded Linux OS
Speed
Real Time
Resolution (Pixel)
1280X1024, 1280X720, 1920X1080
Split screen
Recording
1,4
1,4,6,8,9
CODEC
H.264 / JPEG for 3G, Dual CODEC
Resolution (Pixel)
720p, 1080p,1080i, Mixed
Picture quality
4 steps (Super, High, Medium, Low)
Speed
NTSC area
PAL area
Display
Speed
NTSC
PAL
Fast/Slow speed
1,4,6,8,9,13,16
120fps@1080p
100fps@1080p
240fps@1080p
200fps@1080p
480fps@1080p
400fps@1080p
1,4
1,4,8
1,4,6,8,9,13,16
Search mode
Playback
16 BNC
Individual HD/Analog sel
ectable
Output
Display
19” rack type
8 BNC
Audio input
Audio
HD16R
Calendar, Event ,POS , Panorama, Thumbnail
60fps@1080p
100fps@1080p
120fps@1080p
200fps@1080p
120fps@1080p
200fps@1080p
Normal, REW & FF [recorded speed x2, x4, x8, x16,x32,x64,x1/2,x1/4], Frame to
frame, Pause
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CH 1 Product Introduction
1-2. Specifications(HD-SDI, continued)
HD-SDI Series
Model
HD04
HD08
Compact case
Network Interface
Speed
HD16R
19” rack type
Gigabit Ethernet
15fps@1080p
Protocol
Application
Web Browser
Smart phone App
Interface
Backup device
60fps@1080p
120fps@1080p
TCP/IP, HTTP, DHCP
Windows 7 / 8 (PC Client system& IE)/MAC
Internet Explorer, Safari, FireFox, Chrome
CatchEye : Android, iPhone for live and search
USB 2.0 X 2
USB 2.0 X 3
Backup
External HDD, CD&DVD-RW, Network, Thumb Drive
4 SATA + 1 eSATA
(upto 12 bays,
2 SATA(No capacity limit ; 4TB of more)
The number of HDD
No capacity limit ;
4TB or more)
•Full GUI with alpha blending
•Individual setting of resolution, frame rates and picture quality
•Instant Replay
•Digital Zoom
•Mouse Control
•Weekly scheduler with holiday by 10 minutes setting
•Covert, Disable and Private function of cameras
•Motion Detection with 352 area setting
•Relay alarm output
•PTZ control by RS-485
Function •Daylight Saving Time and Network Time Setting
•Multi User Authority up to 8 Users
•Deinterlacer upon live and playback
•22 languages with full graphic
•Individual Network port setting
•Auto Deletion
•Import and Export the configuration
•Mirroring
•POS Interface
•Dual CODEC engine for independent video transmission
•Interactive setup via network
Power Consumption
60W
150W
Operating Temperature
5 ~40℃(41~104F)
Others
Relative Humidity
Maximum 80% non-condensing
Dimension
340(W)×250(D)×60(H) mm
430(W)×420(D)×88(H)
Network
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1-3. Product Characteristics
1) Full HD real time and All Hybrid (Hybrid Series only)
This DVR can record HD and Full HD video with extreme quality. Also it displays
real HD(1920X1080) resolution, and therefore it provides the most clear image
quality and the best security level. Furthermore, HDR series can mix any input such
as analog, 960H and HD-SDI. All video input is detected automatically. (Patent in
Korea and Germany)
2) High reliability
With Embedded hardware and software design, this maintains higher product
reliability.
3) Simple usage
This allows users to use it conveniently by placing control buttons similar to existing
ones on VCR, and users can easily learn the usage.
4) Pentaplex System
Pentaplex System allows live, recording, backup, networking and playback
simultaneously.
5) Selectable recording setup
For recording methods, users can select the frame rate, resolution and video quality
individually in order to be appropriate for user's environment.
6) Remote monitoring
With using exclusive line or Internet network, you can search or monitor recorded
images remotely by installing exclusive client program on Windows PC or Mac.
7) Backup
You can backup with a versitile external USB devices.
8) Audio recording
You can record 4 sound inputs simultaneously. Moreover, you can listen to the
sound in search and live monitoring and play mode.
9) Various recording methods
This provides convenient use with manual recording, recording by dates and days,
hourly schedule recording, sensor and motion detection event recording and others to
enable unmanned monitoring.
10) Various total monitoring features
You can cover any security scenario through various sensor inputs and contact output
control.
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11) Display information in easy-to-understand information method
This enhanced convenience of user by displaying information (date, time, recording
method, recording frame number, HDD capacity and others) in monitoring, recording
and playing mode in easy-to-understand way.
12) P/T/Z control
By built in RS485, various P/T/Z cameras can be used.
13) Dual CODEC for video transmission
DVR can send 120 fps (based on CIF) regardless of the local recording and viewing
setup regardless with recording setup.
14) Web browser support
You can monitor and playback the video and control the PTZ camera by internet
explorer.
15) Built in S.M.A.R.T.
You can automatically check the health of the hard disk drives.
16) Language pack
Basically DVR has multiple language set, furthermore you can choose the language
set if you want.
17) Mirroring by internal HDD
If you install two HDDs, you can use the second HDD for backup for maximum
fault tolerance.
18) Spot monitoring
Spot out can be enable to monitor sequentially in other place.
19) Touch LED Switch
You can operate with touch LED switch in front panel.
20) Text inserter(POS Interface)
You can operate with the POS and ATM.
21) HD Spot out
You can use one of VGA and HDMI to the HD spot.
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1-4. Name of Each Part
[Front Panel]
<ALL HYBRID EYE-ON 04/08, HD04/08>
1. USB ports : These USB ports are for mouse and USB devices. You should
connect correctly the USB devices and mouse as picture directed.
2. Status lamps
POWER : Blue color back light. Power indicator.
RECORD : Red. Indicate the recording.
NETWORK : Green. Lit on connecting the network
3. Function keys
1) MENU : It will move to the setup screen from the live mode.
2) SEARCH : It will change to the playback mode from the live mode.
3) BACKUP : It will move to the backup screen from the live or play mode.
8. Number buttons : If you press this button, it will be changed to full screen in live
viewing or playback If you want to go to 20ch, push the 10+ button twice.
(※ In menu and password setting, it is automatically converted to number buttons)
5. IR RECEIVER : It is for remote controller.
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[Front Panel]
<EYE-ON QL04/08/16>
1. USB ports : These USB ports are for mouse and USB devices. You should
connect correctly the USB devices and mouse as picture directed.
2. Status lamps
POWER : Blue color back light. Power indicator.
RECORD : Red. Indicate the recording.
NETWORK : Green. Lit on connecting the network
3. IR RECEIVER : It is for remote controller.
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[Front Panel]
<ALL HYBRID EYE-ON 08R/16R/16R+, HD16R>
1. Playback buttons : It will be used on playback. If you press these buttons in live
mode, it will be automatically changed to the Instant Play mode. ‘Stop’ button
changes from the play mode to the live mode.
2. ARROW, ENTER : This button is used to change settings for the product in
MENU Mode or used in Search Mode.
3. Function keys
1) MENU : It will move to the setup screen from the live mode.
2) SEARCH : It will change to the playback mode from the live mode.
3) BACKUP : It will move to the backup screen from the live or play mode.
4) DISPLAY : It will change the screen splitting sequentially from 1 to 20. It can be
adapted both live and play mode.
5) SWITCHING : It will change to switching mode except 20 splitting.
6) ZOOM : It will go to the digital zoom directly.
7) PTZ : It will change to the pan, tilt and zoom control mode from the live mode.
8) LOCK/EXIT : If you want move to the upper menu or exit without saving, press
this button. On playback, it will disappear the search list for the better
viewing. On live viewing, it performs the system lock.
9) PANIC : This button is used in emergency status. If you push this button,
the DVR starts to record with maximum speed regardless of setting value.
4. Status lamps
POWER : Blue color back light. Power indicator.
RECORD : Red. Indicate the recording.
NETWORK : Green. Lit on connecting the network
ALARM : Red. It will be lit on when the events happen
5. USB ports : These USB ports are for mouse and USB devices.
6. IR Window : the window for remote controller
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7. Number buttons : If you press this button, it will be changed to full screen in live
viewing or playback If you want to go to 20ch, push the 10+ button twice. Also 10+
button is used for ‘Hold’ while Jog Shuttle action.
(※ In menu and password setting, it is automatically converted to number buttons)
8. Backup device : You can use the versatile backup devices such as CD-RW and
DVD-RW.
[Rear Panel]
<ALL HYBRID EYE-ON 04, QL04, HD04>
10. AUDIO OUT
11. AUDIO IN
1.EXTEND 2.FAN
(option)
3.VIDEO IN
9.SENSOR IN / RELAY / RS485
6. LAN
4.HDMI 5. VGA
8. DC 12V
7.SPOT
1. EXTEND (option) : Connect EXTEND FTP cable to VGA or HDMI Receiver
2. Fan : Cooling Fan
3. VIDEO IN : This receives images from SDI cameras or any camera.
4. HDMI : Real HD(1920X1080) output for high resolution monitor
5. VGA : video output for VGA display
6. LAN : This is the Gigabit Ethernet LAN cable connection terminal.
7. SPOT : For spot CRT monitor, composite signal comes out.
8. DC 12V : DC12V 4.16A or up
9. SENSOR IN : This terminals can be connected to external sensors.
RELAY : This terminal blocks connect external electric devices to the product
(Warning Lamp and others).
RS485 : For control the pan and tile cameras. Make sure that the polarity.
10. AUDIO OUT : RCA audio out terminal.
11. AUDIO IN : RCA audio in terminals. You can record 4 channels at the same
time.
v For more details, refer to [CH 2. Installation Method and Cautions].
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[Rear Panel]
<ALL HYBRID EYE-ON 08, QL08, HD08>
10. AUDIO OUT
11. AUDIO IN
9.SENSOR IN / RELAY / RS485
6. LAN
1.EXTEND 2.FAN
(option)
3.VIDEO IN
4.HDMI 5. VGA
8. DC 12V
7.SPOT
1. EXTEND (option) : Connect EXTEND FTP cable to VGA or HDMI Receiver
2. Fan : Cooling Fan
3. VIDEO IN : This receives images from SDI cameras or any camera.
4. HDMI : Real HD(1920X1080) output for high resolution monitor
5. VGA : video output for VGA display
6. LAN : This is the Gigabit Ethernet LAN cable connection terminal.
7. SPOT : For spot CRT monitor, composite signal comes out.
8. DC 12V : DC12V 4.16A or up
9. SENSOR IN : This terminals can be connected to external sensors.
RELAY : This terminal blocks connect external electric devices to the product
(Warning Lamp and others).
RS485 : For control the pan and tile cameras. Make sure that the polarity.
10. AUDIO OUT : RCA audio out terminal.
11. AUDIO IN : RCA audio in terminals. You can record 4 channels at the same
time.
v For more details, refer to [CH 2. Installation Method and Cautions].
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[Rear Panel]
<EYE-ON QL16>
10. AUDIO OUT
11. AUDIO IN
9.SENSOR IN / RELAY / RS485
6. LAN
1.EXTEND 2.FAN
(option)
3.VIDEO IN
4.HDMI 5. VGA
8. DC 12V
7.SPOT
1. EXTEND (option) : Connect EXTEND FTP cable to VGA or HDMI Receiver
2. Fan : Cooling Fan
3. VIDEO IN : This receives images from SDI cameras or any camera.
4. HDMI : Real HD(1920X1080) output for high resolution monitor
5. VGA : video output for VGA display
6. LAN : This is the Gigabit Ethernet LAN cable connection terminal.
7. SPOT : For spot CRT monitor, composite signal comes out.
8. DC 12V : DC12V 4.16A or up
9. SENSOR IN : This terminals can be connected to external sensors.
RELAY : This terminal blocks connect external electric devices to the product
(Warning Lamp and others).
RS485 : For control the pan and tile cameras. Make sure that the polarity.
10. AUDIO OUT : RCA audio out terminal.
11. AUDIO IN : RCA audio in terminals. You can record 4 channels at the same
time.
v For more details, refer to [CH 2. Installation Method and Cautions].
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[Rear Panel]
<ALL HYBRID EYE-ON 08R>
11. RS232C
13. AUDIO OUT
14. SENSOR IN / RS485, ALARM OUT
12. EXTEND
3. e-SATA
1. AUDIO IN
2.VIDEO IN
4.HDMI
9. SPOT
10. LAN
8. POWER SWITCH
6. USB
5. VGA
1. AUDIO IN : RCA audio in terminals. You can record 8 channels at the same
time.
2. VIDEO IN : This receives images from cameras and sends them to monitors.
3. e-SATA
4. HDMI : Real HD(1920X1080) output for high resolution monitor
5. VGA : video output for VGA display
6. USB : This USB port is for mouse and USB devices.
7. DC 12V : DC12V 12.5A or up
8. Power Switch(ON/OFF)
9. SPOT : For spot CRT monitor, composite signal comes out.
10. LAN : This is the Gigabit Ethernet LAN cable connection terminal.
11. RS232C : This is Serial communication(RS232C) cable connection terminal.
12. EXTEND (option) : Connect EXTEND FTP cable to VGA or HDMI Receiver
13. AUDIO OUT : RCA audio out terminal.
14. SENSOR IN : This terminals can be connected to external sensors.
RELAY : This terminal blocks connect external electric devices to the product
(Warning Lamp and others).
RS485 : For control the pan and tile cameras. Make sure that the polarity.
v For more details, refer to [CH 2. Installation Method and Cautions].
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CH 1 Product Introduction
[Rear Panel]
<ALL HYBRID EYE-ON 16R/16R+, HD16R>
14. SENSOR IN / RS485, ALARM OUT
13. AUDIO OUT
12. EXTEND
1. Audio In
11. RS232C 9. SPOT
10. LAN 8. POWER SWITCH
3. e-SATA
7. DC 12V
5. VGA
4. HDMI
6. USB
2.Video In
1. AUDIO IN : RCA audio in terminals. You can record 16 channels at the same
time.
2. VIDEO IN : This receives images from cameras and sends them to monitors.
3. e-SATA
4. HDMI : Real HD(1920X1080) output for high resolution monitor
5. VGA : video output for VGA display
6. USB : This USB port is for mouse and USB devices.
7. DC 12V : DC12V 12.5A or up
8. Power Switch(ON/OFF)
9. SPOT : For spot CRT monitor, composite signal comes out.
10. LAN : This is the Gigabit Ethernet LAN cable connection terminal.
11. RS232C : This is Serial communication(RS232C) cable connection terminal.
12. EXTEND (option) : Connect EXTEND FTP cable to VGA or HDMI Receiver
13. AUDIO OUT : RCA audio out terminal.
14. SENSOR IN : This terminals can be connected to external sensors.
RELAY : This terminal blocks connect external electric devices to the product
(Warning Lamp and others).
RS485 : For control the pan and tile cameras. Make sure that the polarity.
v For more details, refer to [CH 2. Installation Method and Cautions].
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CH2. Installation Method and Cautions
2-1. Cautions
WARNING
Risk of electric shock.
Do not open the cover of the product.
Servicing of this product by unauthorized personnel is prohibited
and will result in a void of warranty.
In order to ensure the most stable conditions for power, the use
of a UPS (Uninterrupted Power Supply) is recommended.
- Avoid installing the product where there are direct rays or it is hot by locating near
from heat generator. (May cause fire)
- Do not put vase, flowerpot, cup, cosmetics, drug, and anything the contain water on
product. (May cause fire or electric shock, and it may injure people by falling)
- Do not insert or drop any metal object (coin, hair pin) or flammable object (match,
paper) into air hole. (May cause fire or electric shock)
- Do not put any heavy object on it. (May injure people by being fell or destroyed.)
- Put power plug surely not to be moved. (If not, this may cause fire.)
- Unplug power plug and antenna when there are thunders and lightening. (May
cause fire.)
- For cleaning the product, wipe surface with dry towel. Using chemical agent or
cleaner may change the color and unpeel paint. Do not put several plugs at same
time. (May cause electric shock.) If there is smoke or strange smell, stop operation. In
this case, turn the power off and unplug it, and then contact our service center. (If you
keep using it, this may cause fire or electric shock.)
- Do not unplug by pulling cord. (If cord is damaged, it may cause fire or electric
shock.)
- Do not plug or unplug with wet hands. (May cause electric shock.)
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- Keep the power cord untwisted. (May cause fire or electric shock.)
- Use proper adapter. (Using too much electric power may cause fire or electric shock.)
- Do not install it at where exposed to rain and wind and water drop. (May cause fire,
electric shock and transformation.)
- Keep away from fire. (May cause fire.)
-Do not disassemble or remodel on your own. (May cause malfunction or electric
shock.)
- Do not put next to flammable materials like flammable spray. (May cause fire.)
- Do not install it at a place with too much dirt. (May cause fire.)
- Do not install it on unstable places like shaking table and inclined place or shaking
place. (May injure users by falling down or being upside down.)
- Do not put an heavy object on power cord or avoid it from being pressed by the
device. (May cause fire or electric shock.)
- In case of using extension cord, do not use several devices at same time. (May cause
fire with abnormal heating of extension.)
- When there are dirt on power plug pin or power outlet, clean it nicely. (May cause
fire.)
-Do not damage on power cord or plug, and bend or twist or pull too much, and put it
between other objects or heat. If power outlet insertion part is not tight, do not use it.
(May cause fire or electric shock.)
-Do not drop or give a shock to the product. (May injure people or cause malfunction.)
- Do not touch power adaptor or signal controller. (May cause electric shock.)
- Do not put any object too close to block cooling fan. (May cause fire.)
- In case of exchanging batteries with improper type, there might be danger of
explosion.
- For used batteries, throw away separately from other garbage.
- When you take out batteries, avoid children from eating them by mistake. Keep them
away from children. (If a child ate them, contact a doctor right away.)
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Note :
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A
digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is
operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses and can
radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful
interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his
own expense. Changes or modifications to this equipment may cause harmful
interference unless the modifications are expressly approved in the instruction
manual. The user could lose the authority to operate this equipment if an
unauthorized change or modification is made.
This device complies with the 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 operations.
FCC Warning :
This equipment may generate or use radio frequency energy. Changes or
modifications to this equipment may cause harmful interference unless the
modifications are expressly approved in the instruction manual. The user could lose
the authority to operate this equipment if an unauthorized change or modification is
made.
CE Warning : This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this may cause
radio interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
This product has obtained EMI registration.
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2-2 Product Installation
This product may be composed of camera and monitor in default, and additionally
the sensor, microphone, speaker and PC for network can be connected if necessary.
2-2-1. Power Connection
1) Connect adapter cable to power connection terminal at rear side.
2) Input AC power to the adapter. (free voltage from 100V to 240V, 50/60Hz)
※ You must operate it at the rated voltage instructed on the user's manual. In case
power higher than the rated voltage is supplied, it may cause damages on product.
2-2-2. Connecting External Device
※ Connect it when power of the product is off.
※ Read through user's manual for the device you are connecting carefully.
1) How to Connect External Video/Audio Device
MIC
CAMERA
Connect cameras to VIDEO IN by channels.
Connect microphone (AMP) to AUDIO IN by channels.
Connect VIDEO OUT to VIDEO IN of monitor.
Connect HD output to HD Monitor.
Connect AUDIO OUT to AUDIO IN of monitor (or speaker).
Connect Spot output to Composite Monitor.
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v Read this notice before connecting HD-SDI cameras.
You cannot mix NTSC and PAL cameras with DVR products.
1. Please check the type(NTSC or PAL) of cameras.
NTSC : 30fps, 60fps
PAL : 25fps, 50fps
•
You can see the cameras connected with DVR on Device menu.
* The figure above shows that the camera is 1080P 30fps (NTSC).
2. Change camera type that you want to use on your camera.
•
•
You can choose the type from setting fps on HD-SDI cameras.
(This DVR does not support setting manual fps.)
For more details, refer to user’s manual of the related HD-SDI Camera.
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2) How to connect external sensor
Sensor terminal is composed of 1 input channel and 1 output channel. Sensor out
terminal is relay output with 1A, 24V or 0.5A,125V.
SIREN
SENSOR
-
+
POWER
Sensor In : Connect the sensors. The sensor are composed of both signal and ground
terminals, with a voltage difference of 5V. In the case that the sensor used for input
is of the N/O (Normal Open) type, when the voltage difference between the signal
and ground falls to 0V (short), the DVR can use this as a trigger to start alarm/sensor
based recording.
Sensor Out : Connecting external electrical devices
The relay output terminal does not provide power, and functions only on an ON/OFF
basis via a relay. Normally, the signal and ground should be on an OPEN basis, and
the DVR will complete the relay connection.
3) Connecting with PC using LAN cable
If you want to connect DVR to PC directly, use LAN cable, and if you want to
use HUB, connect cable via hub.
*Hub : This is a device connecting one office to devices located near with using
cable when you organize LAN
*Cable : This is standard UTP cable used for communication among
devices through Hub and others when you organize LAN
PC
HUB
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4) Connection Using PTZ camera
In case of using pan and tilt cameras, connect PAN/TILT DRIVE to product as
shown at following figure.
VIDEO CABLE
SPEED
DOME
RS485 CABLE
5) Installing Hard disk drive
In case of installing the hard disk drive, open the upper case and install the hard disk
drive on the hard bracket. Remember that the main power should be off to install the
hard disk drive. If you have any trouble, please contact the technical support.
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CH3. How to Use
3-1. General Usage Information
The DVR system can be operated with a mouse or remote controller under the
four main modes listed below:
Live Mode – This is the “main or default” mode. From this mode you can
view in real time all currently operating cameras, information regarding
camera status, and have access to Pan/Tilt camera controls. In addition,
system status information will be shown during live mode, and other modes
can be entered from Live mode.
Setup Mode – The user will be able to customize settings for Live viewing,
Recording, Backup, and Camera related devices under the Setup Mode.
Search Mode – In Search Mode, the user will be able to review all recorded
footage in the case that an event must be reviewed using a calendar or event
based search.
Backup Mode – In Backup Mode, the user will be able to archive the desired
data to the preferred supported media of their choice (ex. CD, DVD, USB
Backup, Remote Client Software, etc.)
Password Protection – The DVR system will utilize a user ID and password
system to prevent unauthorized usage of this product. Control of the system
will only be possible after entering a proper ID and password as illustrated
below. (Factory Default settings are blank for these fields).
IDs and passwords should be managed by a system administrator, as different
users may be given different levels of access to the DVR.
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3-2. LIVE Mode
In this section you will know how to split the video mode into 1, 4, 6, 8, 9, 12, 16, as
well as auto sequencing, PTZ Control, Mouse control, Setup configurations, Backup.
3-2-1. LIVE Mode Control
1) Live View Status
You may use the Live Menu Bar located at the bottom for quick shortcuts and view
status of certain items.
Recording indicator
Event recording indicator
Motion detection indicator
Sensor activation indicator
POS indicator
2) Live Menu Bar
You may use the Live Menu Bar located at the bottom for quick shortcuts and view
status of certain items.
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Date
Time
Screen Split mode change
Sequence activation
Hard drive usage
Lock/ Unlock indicator
Scheduler activation indicator
Network connection indicator
Audio out channel indicator
Audio Mute indicator
3) Live Popup Menu
By Right-Clicking anywhere on Live Screen, you may view the Live Popup Menu.
By using the Live Popup Menu, you can quickly jump to the necessary configuration
and settings.
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3-2-2. LIVE Mode Feature
1) Setup : refer to 3-4
2) Split
Change video split mode for Live View.
3) Audio Out
You can choose the audio out from this menu.
4) Instant Replay
This is very convenient function to catch the abrupt accident. During live viewing,
you can go directly to the playback screen.
If you choose the ‘Instant Replay’ , the DVR goes to the ‘PLAY’ with the present
time screen. And you can use the functions related playback.
5) Search : refer to 3-3
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6) Backup
There are two ways to enter the backup. The first one is that right click on the live
screen, and the second one is that enter directly from ‘Search’ upon playback. If you
choose the ‘backup’ from the live menu, below backup screen appears.
• You can set the backup device, time and channel from the backup screen.
• After that, if you push the ‘Estimation’ button, it will show the estimated backup
file size.
• Then click the ‘Start’ button.
WARNING
Do NOT remove the backup device till end sign. The device
and system may be damaged.
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7) Snapshot
You can save the live snapshot by this menu. All channel will be saved individually
to the USB memory by JPG format . You should put in USB memory before saving.
8) Freeze
You can freeze the current live video channels.
9) PTZ (Pan, Tilt and Zoom)
It is possible to control the pan and tilt camera by itself. Press the ‘PTZ’ button to
enter the PTZ mode. For Menu setting, you can set it by pressing button as displayed
at bottom of window.
• You can set the direction of camera by using the arrow buttons.
Preset[Enter]
Preset setup
Zoom -/+
You can zoom out/in with mouse or [1]/[2]
buttons on the remote controller.
Focus -/+
You can adjust the focus with mouse or [3]/[4]
buttons on the remote controller.
IRIS -/+
You can adjust the iris with mouse or [5]/[6]
buttons on the remote controller.
v For more details, refer to [CH 2-2. Connection Using PTZ camera] and
[CH 3-4-3. Device]
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• Preset
: You can enter the preset number using the keypad appearing
the preset button or ‘Enter’ button on the remote controller.
Run[Enter]
Set[PTZ/SEARCH]
Move to preset number
Set a position and name of a preset number
Clear[Stop/BACKUP]
Clear a preset set
Exit
Exit preset mode
v How to use Preset
1. Make sure that PTZ camera is connected to DVR.
2. Click the right mouse button and choose PTZ from a live pop-up menu.
3. After you move the screen, click the set button and set the position and name.
※ If you choose not a specified preset, UNDEFINED is displayed on the screen.
※ You can set up to 32. If you choose out of valid range, there is no action.
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•
: You can choose the PTZ camera with mouse or [0] buttons on
the remote controller
•
: If you press Setup using mouse (or [9] button on the
remote controller) in PTZ Menu, PTZ setup window will
appear. You can set the pan and tilt speed, 32 preset name
and tour sequence as well as dwelling time.
Pan Speed
Set pan speed 1~7
Tilt Speed
Set tilt speed 1~7
Preset dwell time
Set preset dwell time 2~6 sec
Tour
When you check the tour box, the preset tour
starts in the order specified by the user.
v How to use Tour
Choose a preset from upper left to right.
※ If you use not specified presets, it automatically skip the tour.
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10) Zoom
Digital zoom of live screen for selected channel. It can be 8x zoom and also control
the position by mouse dragging.
CH 1 (x2)
•
: You can choose the camera for zoom with mouse or [0]
buttons on the remote controller.
•
: You can zoom with mouse or [9] buttons on the remote
controller.
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11) Sequence
Sequence Mode On /Off: Switches screens as set on Dwell time under Screen Setup
12) OSD
This feature shows current settings of product through GUI (Graphic User
Interface)
and INFO button at front side is used for this feature. When you
CH 1 (x2)
turn on power, this will show current date and time, System Lock Setting, HDD
usage, Video Loss Check, Sensor ON/OFF, Motion Detection Check, Recording Status
and Schedule Feature Usage. As you press INFO button once more, GUI
disappear->OSD disappear->GUI appear->OSD appear will happen sequentially.
v GUI (Graphic User Interface): displaying current status on monitor as images
v OSD (On Screen Display): displaying current status on monitor as character
13) System Information
It shows the system information.
14) Lock/Log In
Logs off current user and locks DVR from any further configuration and screen setup
until next Administrator logs in.
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15) Alarm Control
You can control all alarms connected and the DVR system buzzer.
CH 1 (x2)
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3-3. Search Mode
Search mode consists of two different modes of searching. The video data can be
selected by 5 modes.
Time
Search by Month / Day / Time selection.
Event
Select from Event Log.
POS
Search by POS transaction data.
Thumbnail
Play the specific channel by user defined interval.
Panorama
Play the specific channel continuously.
3-3-1. Search Selection Type
1) Time Based search selection
• Select the Date you wish to view by selecting a Date from Calendar.
• Select time you wish to view by selecting a time from Time Line.
• You may click on Refresh, Option, Backup, Import, Exit , Full Screen for
additional features and options.
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2) Event Based Search Selection
• Select search date from calendar
• Event log will be displayed according to the chosen date
• Preview pane above the Event Log will show preview of currently selected video
3) POS Search
• Select search date from calendar
• POS transaction data will be displayed according to the chosen date
• You can search detail by filter.
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4) Thumbnail Search
• Select search date from calendar
• Choose the channel and interval, then select the time from bar or typing
• The selected channel will be played individually by interval time difference
5) Panorama Search
• Select search date from calendar
• Choose the channel and time from bar or typing
• The selected channel will be played continuously. If you want to play faster, use
the FF button.
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6) Search Related buttons
• You may click on Refresh, Option, Backup, Import, Exit , Full Screen for
additional features and options
Reload all data list.
Search option.
Backup recorded data to external USB device.
Playback recorded data from external USB device.
Move to Live video mode.
Load playback data to full screen mode.
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3-3-2. Play Mode
If you choose ‘Full Screen’, the full screen appear. You can control the play speed in
here.
1
3
2
5
4
▶ Play Screen GUI
1. Split Screen
2. Sequence
3. FB (Fast Backward): FB×2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64 times faster
4. Playback : Backward normal speed
5. SB (Slow Backward):SBx1/2, SBx1/4
6. STILL (Pause) / Frame advance
7. SF (Slow Forward):SFx1/2, SFx1/4
8. Play : Forward normal speed
9. FF (Fast Forward): FF×2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64 times faster
10. STOP : Stops playing and returns to LIVE Screen.
11. Status information
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3-4. SETUP Mode
Access Setup menu from Right Clicking mouse button to Popup Menu.
Configure Display, Record, Device, Network, System which is navigated by clicking on
corresponding tab menu at the top of the screen.
Apply
Apply changes
Default
Return to factory default settings.
3-4-1. Display
Configure OSD, Main Display, Color Control setting.
1) OSD
Date Format
YYYY/MM/DD, MM/DD/YYYY, DD/MM/YYYY
Time Format
24HR, 12H(AM/PM)
Language
Select system language.
Alpha Blending
Adjust transparency of System Menus.
OSD
OSD On/Off
Information Bar
Information Menu Bar Hide always /Auto hide/ Show always
Display HDD Usage
Percent/Oldest Date
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2) Display
• You can use dual monitors that show same image by setting VGA+HDMI.
• Configure and view Resolution, Sequence Dwell Time and Display control settings.
Resolution
1280x720(60Hz), 1280x720(50Hz),
1280x1024(60Hz),1920x1080(60Hz),
1920x1080(50Hz)
Device
VGA+HDMI, VGA, HDMI
Sequence dwell time
1 sec ~ 60 sec
Skip Video Loss
Skip a video loss channel when you set the
sequence of the live screen.
Switching
Set a display for the live screen.
Brightness
Adjust brightness.
Contrast
Adjust contrast.
Saturation
Adjust saturation.
Hue
Adjust hue.
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3) HD Spot
• If you are not using VGA+HDMI for display, you can use HD Spot.
Resolution
1280x720(60Hz), 1280x720(50Hz),
1280x1024(60Hz),1920x1080(60Hz),
1920x1080(50Hz)
Device
VGA, HDMI, None
Mode (Split Screen )
1, 4, 9, 16 Screen
Sequence dwell time
1 ~ 60 sec
Skip Video Loss
Skip a video loss channel for the sequence of the
HD Spot.
Switching
You can program the sequence channels. If you
want to just see ch1, you set all box to ‘1’. You
can make any useful sequence by this map.
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4) SPOT Control
• Set the SPOT output .
CVBS
Choose NTSC or PAL
Mode
1, 4, 9, 16 Screen
Sequence dwell time
1 ~ 60 sec
Skip Video Loss
Skip a video loss channel for the sequence of the
Spot.
Switching
You can program the sequence time. If you want
to just see ch1, you set all box to ‘1’. You can
make any useful sequence by this map.
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5) Color
• Adjust color of analog cameras.
Brightness
Adjust brightness
Contrast
Adjust contrast
Saturation
Adjust saturation
Hue
Adjust hue
Default
Return to factory default settings.
Apply All
Apply changes to all channels.
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3-4-2. Record
Configure and view Event In, Record, Group, Holiday settings
1) Record
Rec type
None, Conti, Event, C/E
Audio Rec
To select audio recording or not.
v ALL Apply
Apply the setting to whole channel.
Continuous
v Event
Resolution
1920x1080, 1280x720, 960x540
FPS
30, 15, 10, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 fps
Quality
Super, High, Med, Low
Resolution
1920x1080, 1280x720, 960x540
FPS
30, 15, 10, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 fps
Quality
Super, High, Med, Low
v Duration
5 ~ 60 sec
v PreAlarm
0 ~ 4 sec
v Total
It shows the total fps.
v Estimated Recording Days
This is an automatic calculator of the recoding days.
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v Event recording has priority in recording. In C/E recording, the recording will
follow conti recording setup in normal condition while it would follow event
recording setup in event generation.
v For convenience, you can use the ‘Apply All’ menu to change with the same
preference. You don’t have to setup each channel if you using the ‘Apply All’
function.
v Duration is to set post event recording time.
v Pre alarm is to set pre event recording time.
v Total shows total fps of all channels. If total fps is more than supported, it turns
red. If it turns red, you need to set a lower resolution or FPS.
v Event recording has priority in recording. In C/E recording, the recording will
follow conti recording setup in normal condition while it would follow event
recording setup in event generation.
2) Group
• With this menu, you can set the group using the scheduler. If you choose ‘Group’
tab, you can see the similar screen with ‘Record’. The setting is similar
* Timestamp
With ‘Record’ and ‘Group’ menu, you can check the ‘Timestamp’ to mark the time
on your recording files.
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3) Schedule
• In recording, Schedule recording setting is most preferred. So if you activate the
weekly scheduler, you cannot record manually.
• Schedule On : The weekly scheduler is activated.
• Holiday On : The holiday that set by user is activated.
• Since you can set recording weekly, you can reduce recording of unnecessary time
period. In Scheduler window, days and channels are displayed, and recording
information for each channel is displayed at bottom of window.
v How to set the weekly scheduler
1. Choose 'Scheduler' to 'On'.
2. Choose group and drag to wanted time.
3. Press the time bar
, if you want to set the detailed time.
4. Press ‘Enter' button to change the group of the selected area.
5. If you activate ‘Holiday’ scheduler, choose ‘holiday’.
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4) Holiday
With this menu, you can add the holidays. Use the ‘Add’ button for adding the
holiday and use the ‘Delete’ or ‘Delete All’ buttons for removing the existing
holidays.
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5) Event In
• With this menu, you can set sensor input, motion detection setup. You can also set
each channel individually.
• Although you set Motion Detection and Sensor Setting to On in Event menu, if
Event Input in Rec Menu is set to None, it only detects and does not record.
v Summary regarding as Event Recording
Event In
OSD
Sensor
Motion Detection
POS
Sensor
ON
OFF
OFF
Motion Detection
OFF
ON
OFF
POS
OFF
OFF
ON
All Event
ON
ON
ON
None
OFF
OFF
OFF
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3-4-3. Device
• Configure and view Camera, Private Zone, Audio, Motion Detection, Alarm Out,
PTZ settings and Controller.
1) Camera
Signal type
All video input is detected automatically
Detected
Detected camera video type
Name
You can set the camera name.
Disable
Disable current camera. It is useful when the
signal is bad.
Convert
Hide current camera from Live view but Record
for future searching option.
4:3 Display
4:3 display of analog camera
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2) Private Zone
If you want to hide some part of the picture for privacy, you can choose the area by
dragging the mouse. The selected area will be changed to black screen.
All Off
All off the private zone
Apply All
Apply the setting to whole channel
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3) Audio
Audio 1~4
Audio 1~8
Assign audio input to a video channel.
Audio 1~16
Audio Out
Select which channel will be heard during Live View.
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4) Motion Detection
• Change settings for Motion Grid selection and Sensitivity Level. You can set
multiple area.
Sensitivity
Low, Mid, High
All On
This will activate the motion detection of the all area.
All Off
This will deactivate the motion detection of the all area.
Apply All
Apply the setting to whole channel
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5) Alarm Out
• There are 4 types trigger such as sensor input, motion detection, POS and video
loss. This setting is related that which trigger will be activate the action such as
Relay, Popup, and Buzzer Alarm Out. Each type can have separate Duration
value and also linked to selected camera.
5-1) Sensor Type
Selectable option is N.O. (Normally Open) / N.C. (Normally Close)
1~4
1~8
N.O(Normal Open) / N.C(Normal
Close)
1~16
v For more details, refer to [CH 2. Installation Method and Cautions].
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5-2) Sensor In
• You can choose the action after sensor in between relay, buzzer sound, pop up,
spot pop up and HD spot pop up. Also you can choose more than one action.
•
•
•
•
Choose a sensor connected to a channel.
If the sensor does not work, please check again the sensor type.
Alarm 1 and 2 are relay out.
Alarm 3 ~ 16 are TTL out(High, Low).
v For more details, refer to [CH 2. Installation Method and Cautions].
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• Also you can choose more than one action. Furthermore you can set the preset
position number by motion detection. If you push the ‘setup’ you can see the
preset screen.
• You can assign the preset position individually by specific motion.
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5-3) Motion Detection
• You can choose the action after motion detection between relay, buzzer sound,
pop up, spot pop up, and HD spot pop up.
• Also you can choose more than one action. Furthermore you can set the preset
position number by motion detection. If you push the ‘setup’ you can see the
preset screen.
• You can assign the preset position individually by specific motion.
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5-4) POS
• You can choose the action after POS transaction or video loss between relay,
buzzer sound, pop up, spot pop up and HD spot pop up.
• Also you can choose more than one action.
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5-5) Video Loss
• You can choose the action after motion detection between relay, buzzer sound,
pop up, spot pop up, and HD spot pop up.
• Also you can choose more than one action.
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5-6) Duration
• You can choose the duration time from 5 to 60 seconds after motion detection
between relay, buzzer sound, pop up, spot pop up, HD spot pop up, and preset.
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5-7) Name
• You can set a name of the alarms.
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6) PTZ
Configure Pan/Tilt/Zoom camera for control via DVR System and Remote client.
Driver
Choose Driver to be suitable for PAN/TILT Camera manufacturer.
Address
Choose address to be suitable for PAN/TILT Camera manufacturer.
Baudrate
Choose baudrate to be suitable for PAN/TILT Camera manufacturer.
• You have to set Comport value according to the connected camera.
v For connection of PAN/TILT Camera Receiver part, refer to user's manual of the
related PAN/TILT Camera.
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v There are more kinds of camera which can be supported. Please contact the tech
support to want to know the other cameras.
Driver
Baudrate
PELCO D type
2400~9600
PELCO P type
2400
PANASONIC
2400~19200
ORIENTAL
2400(Fixed)
LPT-A100L
9600(Fixed)
LG-SD110
2400~19200
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7) Controller
This sets the ID of remote control and system keyboard. If you have many DVRs in
the same place, you can control separately the DVR by different remote control ID.
v Remote controller ID setup
Use the ID setup and number key to set the ID of remote control on the remote
controller. You may check the ID by pressing the remote control key. The ID should
be the same between the DVR and remote control.
And you can turn it on/off the key sound.
Remote Controller ID
All, 00 ~99
Key Buzzer
ON / OFF
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8) POS
This sets the POS interface(text inserter) with the DVR and cash register.
※ If you are using a USB hub, you can use up to 4 USB POS.
Channel
Select a Channel of POS
Baudrate
Select a baudrate of POS
Start Word
Type a start word of transaction
End Word
Type a end word of transaction. Text will be embedded
into the picture between start word and end word.
Ignore Word
Type a word which you want ignore during text insertion.
Number of add line
This will determine the adding line after end word. (0~4)
Overlay Position
This will determine the text position.
Text Overlaying
Duration
This will determine how long display the text up to 120
seconds. (60~120 sec)
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v How to Connect POS
1. Connect the RS-232 cable or USB to RS232 serial cable between POS and DVR.
*POS
RS232
USB
*DVR
RS232
USB
2. To set manually, at first you should know the setting values of the POS. You can
get the information from the POS setting screen.
3. If your setting is correct, you can see the below DVR screen on transaction. (This
is the popup screen. You can set popup in the ‘Event In’ setup.)
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3-4-4. NETWORK
Configure and view Address, Port, DDNS, E-mail, Control and Status settings.
1) Address
Configure Network information for Remote client connection.
DVR Name
Type the URL of DVR using virtual keyboard.
Type
It can be supported only Ethernet.
DHCP
(Dynamic Host
Configuration
Protocol)
Set whether you want to use DHCP or not (On/Off). If you connect
LAN after setting it to On, IP is allocated automatically. If you set it
to Off, you have to input IP. DHCP is a protocol that allows
managers to manage and allocate IP address centrally.
IP
Type the IP address.
Subnet Mask
Type the subnet mask.
Gateway
Type a gateway.
DNS Auto
If you connect LAN after setting it to On, DNS IP is allocated
automatically. If you set it to Off, you have to input DNS IP.
DNS IP
Type the DNS IP.
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2) Port
There are 4 kinds of ports for the case such as watch, search, setup and web. You can
individually set the port number of the DVR. The default is 8000. You can choose
from 8000 to 9999.
If you activate ‘uPNP (Universal plug and play)’ box, DVR connects the router
automatically with these port number. You don’t have to setup the router.
Watch
Type the port. (8000~9999)
Search
Type the port. (8000~9999)
Setup
Type the port. (8000~9999)
Web
Type the port. (8000~9999)
uPNP
ON / OFF
uPNP Test
Test uPNP
Status
It shows the test result of uPNP.
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3) DDNS
This is the function to automatically change the IP of DVR to URL. This product
supports the automatic DDNS service using manufacture’s internal server. Also you
can choose Dyndns.
DDNS Type
Choose a DDNS type.
DDNS Server
Defend on the DDNS type, it will be auto-typed or disable.
Port
Defend on the DDNS type, it will be auto-typed or disable
Domain name
Type the port of the email account.
ID
Defend on the DDNS type, it will be auto-typed or type
the ID of your DDNS.
DDNS Password
type the DDNS password.
Duration
choose the time sync frequency with DDNS server.
DDNS Test
Test your DDNS.
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4) E-mail
You can send a notification of events by email. Fill all the information correctly and
push the ‘Email Test’. Also you can select each event individually by ‘Event Set’.
Receiptor
Type the email address of the receiptor.
Sender
Type the name of the sender.
SMTP Server
Type the SMTP server of the email account.
Port
Type the port of the email account.
Authentication
Set whether you want to use authentication or not (On/Off).
SSL
Set whether you want to use SSL or not (On/Off).
Account
Type the email account of the sender.
Password
Type the password of the send’s email account.
Duration
Set the duration time to send continuous mails.
E-mail Test
Test the email account.
v Event Set
Set events
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v Event Set
Set events to send the email.
Sensor
Detect a sensor input.
Motion
Detect a motion detection.
Video Loss
Detect a video loss.
POS
Send inserted text of POS to the email.
S.M.A.R.T.
Send checked HDD S.M.A.R.T result to the email.
System log
Send system log to the email.
Add Image
Send a snapshot of events to the email.
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5) Streaming
CMS can use the ‘High resolution’ setting in the case of full screen or quad screen,
and use the ‘Low resolution’ setting in the case of more than 4 split. You can adjust
the number of split to switch from High to Low resolution.
On
Set whether you want to use the channel on CMS or not (On/Off).
High Resolution
You can choose the resolution of transmission.
(1920x1080, 1280x720, 960x540, 640x352)
FPS
You can adjust the frame rate.
Quality
Set picture quality.(Super, High, Med, Low)
Bandwidth
It shows the video transmission of the high resolution.
Low Resolution
It is using the fixed resolution of transmission.(480x256)
FPS
You can adjust the frame rate.
Quality
Set picture quality.(Super, High, Med, Low)
Bandwidth
It shows the video transmission of the low resolution.
Total
Total shows total fps of all channels. If total fps is more than
supported, it turns red. If it turns red, you need to set a lower
resolution or FPS.
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6) Status
This shows the information how many connections and what is the action of each
connection.
MAC Address
This displays MAC address of DVR.
Connected IP
This displays all the connected IP.
Watch User
This displays how many connection for live viewing.
Search User
This displays how many connection for playback.
Setup User
This displays how many connection for DVR setting.
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3-4-5. SYSTEM
Configure and view system Date/Time, User Authority, Storage, System Log and
Configuration settings
1) Date/Time
Timezone
Choose the time zone of your site. If you using the NTP
function, it must be set correctly to your zone.
Daylight Saving Time
It enables to adapt the day light saving time automatically.
Date / Time
This sets product time. Input time by pressing number buttons
after moving cursor with direction buttons. Be careful to move
to backward. The overlapped data will be deleted with warning
message.
NTP (Network Time
Protocol) Server
This function is to change the time of DVR automatically via
network. Press the ‘Enter’ button and using the virtual
keyboard, type the address of NTP server.
NTP Check
choose the time sync frequency with NTP server.
Sync
Sync the time and NTP.
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2) User Authority
This sets User authority individually. You can give to each users the authorities such
as setup, search, backup, PTZ, network and camera control.
ID
Type an ID.
Password
Type a password.
Setup
Authorizes the setting of the system.
Search
Authorizing the search of the system.
Backup
Authorizing backup of the system.
PTZ
Authorizing PTZ of the system.
Network
Authorizing network of the system.
Network Event Notification
Authorizing a network event notification.
Camera
Authorizing a camera.
Lock
select the auto-lock time.(Off, 1~10 min)
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3) Storage
Display the information and usage of the hard disk drives.
Total
Display all the HDD usage being used for the product. If you press
the ‘Enter’ button on here, all the hard disk drives will be formatted.
HDD Check
Check all the HDD.
HDD
Overwrite
Determine whether you want to continue recording if there is no
spare saving space at hard disk drives.
Disk
Mirroring
If you install two hard disk drives, you can set the second drive as a
backup drive by mirroring. The mirrored disk size will be the same
or greater than master HDD.
Auto Deletion
You can select the holding period of the data. If you choose ‘OFF’,
the DVR keep the maximum data regarding the HDD capacity.
Alarm Check
HDD
There is an alarm if there is no HDD or no format. It is useful to
check the HDD absence.
Alarm Check
HDD (eSATA)
There is an alarm if there is no eSATA or no format. It is useful to check
the eSATA absence.
Alarm out
You can choose Buzzer or Relay.
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4) S.M.A.R.T :Self-Monitoring Analysis and Reporting Technology
This function lets you probe the hard disk drives and investigate the status of the
drivers automatically.
S.M.A.R.T.
S.M.A.R.T. On
Set whether you want to use S.M.A.R.T. or not (On/Off).
Check Day
Determine the date to perform the S.M.A.R.T.
The check time is at 00:00 AM of the day and it
shows the result at 01:00 AM.
Boot Message
The number of message of showing the errors.
Temperature
Check Time
Temperature check period.
Limit
The upper tolerance of the hard disk drive
temperature.
Alarm out
You can choose the alarms or the system buzzer.
eSATA
Check eSATA HDD.
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5) System Log
You may view all System administration log from Setup à System à System Log.
Also you can export the system log and easily send it to technical support for trouble
shooting.
Refresh
Refresh the system log.
Export
Export the system log.
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6) Configuration
Shown at the following screen, from Setup à System à Firmware, you may view
the current firmware version as well as Upgrade the firmware and additionally,
Export, Import, and Default DVR Configuration.
Firmware version
It shows the firmware version.
Upgrade
Upgrade the firmware.
Export
Export system settings.
Import
Import system settings.
Default
Return to factory default settings.
You should connect correctly the USB devices, before you use firmware upgrade, export
and import.
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3-5. Firmware Upgrade
If you want to upgrade, please follow that;
1. Download the latest firmware to USB memory root directory.
2. Put this memory to USB slot of DVR.
3. Choose ‘Upgrade’ and you can see the below screen will appear.
4. Select the desired file, then choose ‘OK’.
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If you choose OK, you can see the below download window on the DVR screen.
☞ WARNING!!!
Do not turn off the power during download procedure. If you power
off manually, all memory will be deleted !
※ After upgrading, DVR will reboot automatically. Before rebooting,
do not operate manually !
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Trouble Shooting
Trouble Shooting
Symptom
Checkpoint
Countermeasure
● Can't turn on power.
● Is DVR connected to power
supply cable?
● Connect power cable
● There is no image on monitor
● Are DVR and monitor turned
on?
● Are cables of DVR
connected?.
● Turn on power.
● Connect DVR cable.
● Only INFO OSD is on
monitor and no image
● Is camera turned on?
● Are cables of DVR and
monitor connected?
● Turn on camera.
● Connect cables of DVR and
monitor.
● There is Video Loss
message.
● Is NTSC/PAL setting normal?
● Is connection between DVR
and camera normal?
● Check whether NTSC/PAL
setting is SETUP properly
● Check whether DVR and
camera are connected properly
● Can't search with Client
Program.
● Isn't another user using same
IP?
● Use it after another use
finishes using it. If another user
is searching DVR remotely with
same IP, you can not search.
●Motion Detection doesn't work
well
● Isn't it too bright or too dark?
● Increase Motion Detection
sensitivity.
● Install camera closer.
● There are differences
between Live screen and actual
condition during remote
monitoring
● Isn't camera installed too far
away?
.
● Since it buffers Live images,
there might be changes with
actual condition. (1~2 sec)
● Live doesn't work well in
remote monitoring
● Is it set to True Color?
● Are PC specifications and
VGA Card specifications are
appropriate?
● Refer to recommended Client
PC specifications in 4-1
Installing Client Program?
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How to Connect xbox 1
1. Connect EXTEND FTP cable to Receiver (upto 350ft/100m).
Refer to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Twisted_pair about the FTP cable.
Connect Monitor and Wired/Wireless Mouse to the Receiver
FTP(Foiled Twisted Cable)
Receiver
2. Because all the case has different cable length, you should adjust the GAIN and
PHASE in Receiver to get a most proper VGA output. You can use the small cross
screw driver for adjusting at the edge of Receiver.
Gain and Phase
adjustment
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3.This is the whole diagram.
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