LG | LE1004-NH | LG LE1004-NH Owner’s Manual

Digital Video Recorder
Use Manual
Model: LE1004
Keep this user manual where it can be always spotted.
Read the safety precaution before using the product.
The product warranty is included with user manual.
Please follow the directions safely use the product.
The purpose of the following safety precaution is to prevent any unexpected risk or damage
by using the product accurately as intended.
Warning


Turn off the power of the product before installing

the product. Do not plug many plugs into one
damaged, keep at least 15cm of clearance between
outlet
where the product is installed and where the power
- It can cause an electric shock or a fire.
outlet is.
- It can cause a fire, an electric shock or an injury.
Do not put any containers with liquid such as water,
coffee, beverage etc. on top of the product.
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traffic is high or near the heating devices.
problem.
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where it is ventilated well and not too high.
- It can cause a problem or an injury.

range must bet within 10% of the rated voltage. Do
- It can cause an electric shock, problems or
not share the power outlet with hair dryer, iron,
scratches to the surface of the product.
refrigerator or heating device etc.
Do not install the product where the level of
- It can cause an explosion.

When replacing the battery, always replace with the
- It can cause an electric shock or a fire
same type of battery as the one provided. When
When unplugging the power, hold the plug and
disposing the battery, follow the direction of the
unplug slowly. Do not hold the plug with wet hands
manufacturer.
- It can cause an electric shock or a fire.

The power outlet must be grounded and the voltage
towel.
- It can cause an explosion.
or plug to a loose power outlet.

Install the product on a location with a flat surface
- It can cause a fire.
humidity, dust or smoke is high.


When wiping the surface of the product, do not use
water, chemical or detergent, and always use a dry

- It can cause a fire.
Do not put any heavy object on top of the cable or
excessively bend the cable.
Install the product in a cool location not exposed to
direct sunlight. Do not install the product where
- It can cause a fire, an electric shock or a product

Because the cable connected to this device can be

For old hard drives, you may not be able to recover
Do not disassemble or reconfigure the product.
the data stored on the drive. When you use a
Because high level of current flows on the device, it
damaged hard drive, you will see a sign on the
is dangerous to do so.
screen saying “Error or defective”. For the old hard
- It can cause a fire, an electric shock or an injury.
drive, contact your nearest service center or the
Always check for dangerous elements where the
original retailer to replace the hard drive.
product is installed. If dangerous elements (Moisture,
- LG Electronics is not responsible for the data loss
damaged cable, unstable installation etc.) are
from misuse by the user.
identified, please contact your nearest service center.
- It can cause an electric shock or a fire.
This is a class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio Interference in which
case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
Any changes or modifications in construction of this device which are not expressly approved by the party
responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
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.
Caution
Please read the following precautions carefully before installing the product and follow the directions for installation.

Do not install the product where the level of humidity, dust or smoke is high.

Do no install the product where it is exposed to direct sunlight or close to the heating device.

Do not install the product where there is danger of electric shock or near magnetic object.

Do not install the product where the temperature is too high (40°C or above) or too low (0° or less).

Do not put objects with high conductivity on top of the ventilation outlet of the product.

Make sure the power is turned off before installing the product..

Secure sufficient space to connect the product when installing the product.

Do not install the product where it is not flat, not ventilated well or where vibration is severe.

When you install the product near electronic appliances such as radio or TV, it can cause problems to the product.

Do not disassemble the product unless done by a technician certified by LG Electronics.

Do not put heavy objects on top of the product.

Be careful not to let alien particles get inside
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the product.
where it is well ventilated.
- It can cause a problem to the product.
- It can cause problems to the product
Install the product where it is ventilated well.
depending on the surrounding
- The product at least 15cm away from the
environment. It is recommended to use
wall power outlet because the cable can be
the Automatic Voltage Regulator. It is
damaged.
recommended to wrap wires around the
Ferrite core.
Do not install the product at a location close
to a product or broadcast receiver with

The power outlet must be grounded.
strong electric or magnetic wave.

If you hear any noise or smell any odor
Do not put heavy objects on top of the
from the product, turn the product off and
product.
contact your nearest service center.
- It can cause a problem to the product.
- It can cause a fire or an electric shock.
Install the product at a flat and stable

the service center to safety use the product
- The product may not operate normally.
- When replacing the battery, always
The product at a location with appropriate
replace with the same type of battery as
level of temperature and humidity.
the one provided. When disposing the
- Do not install the product where the
battery, follow the direction of the
manufacturer.
- LG Electronics is not responsible for the
too low (0° or less).
problem from misuse by the user
Because the vibration and impact can
damage the product, do not throw any
objects to the location where the product is
installed.

Periodically have the product checked by
location.
temperature is too high (40°C or above) or

Firmly fixate the product at a location
Do not install the product where it is
exposed to direct sunlight or close to the
heating device.

Do not move or flip the product over while
using the product.
Contents
Chapter 1 Before use
Product characteristics ---------------------------------------------------------------- 1-2
Component ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1-3
Front side ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 1-3
Rear side ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1-4
Remote Controller --------------------------------------------------------------------- 1-5
Connection and initial settings ------------------------------------------------------- 1-6
RS-485 connection -------------------------------------------------------------------- 1-7
Control port (Output) connection ---------------------------------------------------- 1-7
Sensor(Input) connection ------------------------------------------------------------- 1-7
About internal hard disk -------------------------------------------------------------- 1-8
Chapter 2 Functional description
2-1 Operation ------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2-2
Start Up .............................................................................................................................................2-2
Shutdown............................................................................................................................................2-3
2-2 Monitor Screen ------------------------------------------------------------------- 2-4
Monitor Screen ................................................................................................................................2-4
2-3 System Setting -------------------------------------------------------------------- 2-8
System ..................................................................................................................................................2-8
Camera .............................................................................................................................................. 2-12
Event .................................................................................................................................................. 2-16
Network ............................................................................................................................................ 2-20
Information ..................................................................................................................................... 2-23
2-4 PTZ Control ----------------------------------------------------------------------2-26
PTZ Control ..................................................................................................................................... 2-26
2-5 Search (Playback) & Backup ----------------------------------------------------2-28
Time Search .................................................................................................................................... 2-28
Event Search ................................................................................................................................... 2-29
Backup............................................................................................................................................... 2-30
Contents
Chapter 3 Web viewer
3-1 Installation ------------------------------------------------------------------------ 3-2
1. Web viewer installation ................................................................................................. 3-2
3-2 Functional description ------------------------------------------------------------ 3-4
1. Web viewer monitor window ..................................................................................... 3-4
2. Web viewer search window ........................................................................................ 3-5
3. Search dialog box ............................................................................................................ 3-6
4. Saving as AVI file dialog box ..................................................................................... 3-7
Chapter 4 Reference
4-1 Check before requesting for service --------------------------------------------- 4-2
4-2 Recommended device to use ---------------------------------------------------- 4-5
4-2 Initial setting list for factory default --------------------------------------------- 4-7
4-2 Product specification ------------------------------------------------------------4-13
Product warranty
Chapter 1
Before use
Product characteristics -------------------------------------------- 1-2
Components -------------------------------------------------------- 1-3
Front side ----------------------------------------------------------- 1-3
Rear side ------------------------------------------------------------ 1-4
Remote Controller ------------------------------------------------- 1-5
Connection and initial setting ------------------------------------ 1-6
RS-485 connection ------------------------------------------------- 1-7
Control port (Output) connection -------------------------------- 1-7
Sensor (Input) connection ---------------------------------------- 1-7
About internal hard disk ------------------------------------------ 1-8
Chapter 1 Before use
Before use
 Product characteristics
 Adopted the stable Embedded Linux
 Stable file system recovery even after power supply is disconnected from a power outage.
 Realized small file size and high video quality by applying the H.264.
 Supports terra byte hard disk ( up to 1TB )
 Real time recording
- Maximum of 120IPS@352 X 240 at NTSC
- Maximum of 100IPS@352 X 288 at PAL
 Supports various recording resolutions and qualities.
- D1(720x480), Half D1(720x240), CIF(352x240) at NTSC
- D1(720x576), Half D1(720x288), CIF(352x288) at PAL
- 6 stage recording qualities (Very high, high, normal, low, very low, network).
 Easy operation through various user interface and user friendly GUI system.
 Realized powerful multi-function.
- Real time video display or recording, network transmission and back up can be performed
simultaneously
 Easy search functions.
- Date/Time search (Calendar search), event search
 Recording before event. (Can be 2~4 seconds).
 Recording after event. (Can be only up 10 seconds).
 The operating condition pre-check function according to the change in motion detection and
movement detection
 Can set recording quality and number of recording frames per seconds.
 Powerful recording schedule management.
 PIP (Picture In Picture) real time video display.
 Complete synchronization of video/audio.
 Easy software upgrading through USB storage device or network.
 Maximum of 3 clients can be connected to 1 DVR at the same time.
 Band width setting is automatically set depending on the network speed connected to this device.
 Remote alarm notification via e-Mail.
 PTZ (Pen/Tilt/Zoom) operation.
 Remote control operation
 Key board control operation (optional)
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 Supporting Daylight saving
 Components
Installation
User’s
Power
CD
Manual
cable
Mouse
SATA cable
Remote
control
HDD power
cable
Adapter
Screws
Reference: The type of components can be applied differently by the option.
 Front side
①
Hard disk LED – This is turned on when hard disk is used.
②
Network LED – This is turned on when network is connected.
③
Power LED – This is turned on when the power is turned on.
④
Emergency recording button – It can be used to start or stop recording as a
maximum frame rate by force for emergencies.
⑤
Navigation buttons – It is used to navigate or select a menu, and control play back.
⑥
Live/Search button – It is used to switch from real time to search mode or vice versa.
⑦
Power switch – This is used to turn on/off the power or login/logoff.
⑧
Menu/Esc button – It is used to open or close menu.
※
In search mode, will operate as a backup
⑨
Channel selection buttons – It is used to select displaying channel.
⑩
Display mode button – It is used to switch from one channel display to 4 split
display or vice versa.
⑪
Auto switching button – It is used to switch displaying channel one by one.
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 Simultaneous output to VGA and BNC
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⑫
+, - buttons – It is used to setting values from menu.
⑬
USB – You can connect USB storage device. (Mouse should be connected rear side).
Caution
Front side USB port does not support mouse.
 Rear side
① Camera video input – These are used to connect cameras
② Main output port – It is used to connect BNC type monitor. (It outputs the same
video as MAIN output.)
③ VGA port – It is used to connect VGA monitor.
④ Audio input port – It is used to connect audio output port of external device.
⑤ Ethernet port – It is used to connect RJ-45 Ethernet connector. (LAN PORT).
⑥ Sensor/Alarm/RS-485 ports – These are used to connect sensor, alarm and RS-485
serial communication port
⑦ SPOT output port – It is used to connect BNC type monitor.
⑧ Audio output port – It is used to connect audio input port of external device.
⑨ Mouse port – It is used to connect USB mouse
⑩ Power connector – It is used to connect Power adapter.
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
Remote Controller
Before use
Reference: The shape of remote controller can be different by the model.
How to set the id of remote controller:
1.
Press cancel button about 3 seconds then light of power button turns on.
2.
Enter two digit numbers which is the id of remote controller using number keys.
※ You have to input ‘0’ first when you are to input one digit number.
Ex) In case you want to use ‘2’ as ID, input ‘02.
3.
Every time you press the number key the light of power button will blink.
4.
Stopping blinking means that the id is saved.
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 Connection and initial setting
Caution

The camera or other external devices can be connected to this device in numerous
methods. Refer to the user manual of the camera or other external device for addition
information on connection methods.

When installing the camera, check whether the power of the camera is turned off.

After installing the monitor, turn on the power of the DVR.
Connect the BNC type
Connect VGA monitor.
monitor. (The same
video output as VGA.)
Connect the audio. (Line input)
Connect the network
cable.
Connect the camera for coaxial connection.
Connect the BNC type
Connect the power adapter.
monitor. (SPOT output)
Connect the speaker
or amplifier.
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Connect the mouse.
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Before use
 RS-485 connection
①
This device has 1 data port (RS-485).
②
Use this port to connect the PTZ camera or the keypad. (Optional)
③
PTZ camera / keyboard connection
i.
Connect the PTZ serial communication cable to the RS-485
port.
ii.
When connecting the cable, make sure that the TX- of the
device is connected to the RX- (TX-) of the camera(keyboard),
and TX+ of the device is connected to the RX+(TX+) of the
PTZ camera(keyboard).
iii.
Recommended initial data setting is 9600 baud rate, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit and no
parity.
iv.
When connecting the PTZ camera or keyboard, always change the setting of the DVR
setting menu according the RS-485 setting of the camera, keyboard and this device.
v.
Set the same baud rate when you are to use PTZ camera and keyboard at
the same time
 Control port (Output) connection
①
For interface and auto control with the external sensor, the interfacing control output port
(Device  Set value from ‘Output device’) and the “COM” port are connected.
②
If the control device (Alarm light, amplified siren, external relay etc.) is “NC (Normal Close)”
type, connect to the control output NC (Normal Close) port.
③
If the control device (Alarm light, amplified siren, external relay etc.) is “NO (Normal
Open)” type, connect to the control output NO (Normal Open) port.
 Sensor (Input) connection
①
Connect one of the signal cables (2 cables) of various
sensors (IR sensor, heat ray detector, magnetic etc.) to
the COM port and connect the remaining signal
cable to the sensor number you want. (Sensor “NC,
NO” type can be set from “Setup  Event 
SENSOR COM
Ground
SENSOR 4
Sensor input 4
SENSOR 3
Sensor input 3
SENSOR 2
Sensor input 2
SENSOR 1
Sensor input 1
Sensor” menu.)
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Caution
NC and NO cannot be selected simultaneously.
 About internal hard disk
The hard disk installed inside the device is a precision device which can be damaged even with the small
impact. To prevent the hard disk from being damaged, manage the device as follows.
To prevent the data loss, it is recommended to back up any important data into an external storage device.
When installing or uninstalling the hard disk, you must always turn off the power of the product.

If the power is turned on, do not move the device.

Do not install this device where it is too hot and humid and where the temperature change is
sudden. It can cause a problem to the device.

DO NOT pull out the plug or intercept the power supply while this device’s power is on.

When there is a power outage while the power is turned on, some data can be lost.

Do not drop the hard drive or put any metallic object, such as coins, inside the device.

In case of a power outage while recording, avoid adding, replacing or moving the HDD. The
recorded data can be lost. In this case, turn on the power with the original hard disk that was
used while the power outage occurred. And then add, replace or move the HDD.

Because the hard disk is a high precision device, the parts inside the disk can be damaged at
the slightest impact. Please read the following precautions in detail and follow the directions.
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Do not directly put the hard disk on the desk or table. Because the parts inside the hard
disk can be damaged at the slightest impact, put a thick cushion below the hard disk.
-
If you use the motored driver, the parts inside the hard disk can be damaged from the
vibration.
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When replacing the hard disk, be careful not to cause any impact to the other parts.
-
Be careful not to cause an impact from the tools and hard disk used for the installation.
Protect the hard disk from static electricity.
Caution

This device has elements to cause an electric shock, an accident or a problem to the product.
Also the hard disk may not be recognized or operated properly due to incorrect installation
and setting. Therefore consult with an experienced expert technician when installing the hard
disk.
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Hard disk installation or replacement
A.
Before use
1.
Hard disk installation
After turning on the power of the device, unplug the power from the outlet.
① Loosen the screw on the left, right and rear side of the product.
②
Separate the cover of the main unit.
③
Remove the screws on the bracket holding
the hard disk, separate the bracket from the
hard disk.
④ Install the hard disk to the bracket and tighten the 4 screws.
▶ Connecting bracket to hard disk
Set the SATA cable connection port to lower
direction to install the hard disk to the
bracket.
Connect the bracket marked as “L” to the
left side of hard disk.
Connect the bracket marked as “R” to the
right side of hard disk.
⑤
After installing the bracket on the main unit, tighten the screws.
⑥
Connect the power cable of the hard disk.
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⑦ Connect the SATA cable to the hard disk.
<Connecting power cable>
⑧
<Connecting SATA cable>
Connect the SATA cable to the SATA port of the main
board.
⑨ Close the cover of the main unit.
⑩ Tighten the screws.
⑪
After installing the hard disk, you must format the
hard disk from the setting menu.
- The first SATA cable port on the main board must be connected at all times. If a
hard disk is not connected, this device may not operate normally.
B.
Hard disk replacement
First turn of the power of the device and then unplug the power.
①
Loosen the screw on the left, right and rear side of the product.
②
Separate the cover of the main unit.
③
After removing all of power/S-ATA cable connected to hard disk, please separate
hard disk bracket from the body.
④ Loosen the screws on the left and right side of the bracket holding the hard disk.
⑤
Separate the hard disk from the bracket holding the hard disk.
⑥ In the reverse order of removing the hard disk, assemble the new hard disk.
⑦
After replacing the hard disk, turn on the power of the device.
⑧
Reference
- Each SATA cable must be connected to the connecting port precisely.
- Do not vertically put the hard disk in upright position or put other objects on top
of the hard disk.
- When connecting/disconnecting the hard disk, do not use a motored tool.
- Refer to the following when adding/replacing the hard disk.
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Recommended list of hard disk
- Hard disks of below are the ones proved to be compatible through experiment.
- Please refer to when adding or replacing the hard disk.
Manufacturer
Seagate
Model name
Capacity
ST3250310SV
250G
ST3500320SV
500G
ST3750330SV
750G
ST31000340SV
1TB
WD2500AAJS
WD2500AVJS
Western Digital
WD5000AACS
WD5000AAVS
WD10EACS
250G
500G
1TB
Caution
When you select the hard drive in use for resetting, the video data saved
previously will be deleted. Therefore you must be careful.
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C.
Chapter 2
Functional description
2-1 Operation ----------------------------------------------- 2-2
Start Up ......................................................................................... 2-2
Shutdown ........................................................................................ 2-3
2-2 Monitor Screen ----------------------------------------- 2-4
Monitor Screen ............................................................................. 2-4
2-3 System Setting ----------------------------------------- 2-8
System .............................................................................................. 2-8
Camera ........................................................................................... 2-12
Event ............................................................................................... 2-16
Network ......................................................................................... 2-20
Information ................................................................................... 2-23
2-4 PTZ Control -------------------------------------------- 2-26
PTZ Control .................................................................................. 2-26
2-5 Search (Playback) & Backup ------------------------- 2-28
Time Search.................................................................................. 2-28
Event Search ................................................................................ 2-29
Backup ............................................................................................ 2-30
Chapter 2 Functional description
2-1. Operation
1) Start Up
1.
Turn on this device, then it boots with power indicator light turned on.
2.
In a few seconds, login window would be displayed. Select user and press “OK”
button to continue.
⑨
①
[User Authority]

You may select user to login and authority is restricted by kind of user.
① admin for system administrator (Access rights to Live, Search and Setup)
② anonymous for anonymous user (Access rights to live only)
③ user1/user2/user3 for general user (Access rights to Live and Search)
②
[Enter password]
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○
The default user and password are set to ‘admin’ and ‘000000’ as shown
above.

Click password input area, you will see the
screen keypad as right.
3.
Input password by using virtual keypad on screen.
4.
Click “OK” button to execute DVR system and you will see live screen.
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2) Shutdown
1.
Press power button then logout window will be displayed as below.
B.
Select the Log Out or EXIT.
User : Display current user has logged.(admin/anonymous/user1/user2/user3)
C. Password : Input password.
2.
Click “OK” button to “Log Out” or “DVR Shutdown”
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A. Selection :
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2-2. Monitor Screen
①
②
④
③
⑤
① [Camera name]

Shows camera name

If you want to modify camera name, you can do so by selecting [Setup] →
[Camera] → [Channel]
② [Status icon] (OSD)]


Status icon shows current status of camera/recording.
(OSD Feature)
Item
Icon
Description
Audio Icon
Camera
Motion Icon
PTZ Icon
Continuous Recording
Immediate Recording
Recording
Recording by Motion
Non Recording
Recording by Sensor
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③ [Channel selection]

Selected channel shows red rectangle on the edge of the screen.
④ [Live view]

It shows current live view as real time.
⑤ [System control toolbar]

Current date and time is displayed.

If you want to modify date and time, you can do so by selecting [Setup] →
[System] → [Date]
2) [Setup]

Set the system environment and function.

Refer to Chapter “2-3 System Setting”.
3) [Search]

This is the button to switch over to the search window to view the recorded
screen.

Refer to Chapter “2-5 Search (Playback) & Backup”
4) [PTZ control]

This is the button to control the PTZ camera

Refer to Chapter “2-4 PTZ Control”.
5) [PIP]

This is the button to see “Picture In Picture” on live screen.

This function works on single channel
display only.

Click
button and you will see the PIP
screen as right.

Clicking the button will change the channel
order.
6) [Divided screen selection]

Single full screen / quad screen can be displayed in live view.
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1) [Current Date/Time]
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(Single) -> Changes to single mode.
(Quad) -> Changes to quad mode.
7) [Auto sequential]

Click
button and each channel will be switched automatically.

This function does not work at quad screen.

You can set the switching interval at [Setup]  [System]  [Overview] 
[Auto- switching].
8)
[Logout]

Use Lock menu to change user or lock system operation.
9) [System Log]

This shows the system log in DVR.

Click

You can see the log of previous date or next date by using ◀ / ▶ button.

You can see the previous or next log list by using ( - ) / ( + ) button.

Click “OK” button to close window.
button to show the system log list.
10) [Relay out off(Alarm off)]
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
When alarm (relay out) is on by event, you can stop the alarm with it.

Press

If next event occurs after alarm (relay out), the alarm will start again.
button to stop alarm (relay out).
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11) [Network Status]

This shows the network status.
(Black : The status that network is not assigned.)
(Blue : The status that network is assigned)

Network setting can be set at [Setting – Network – TCP/IP].

If you want to set network environment, you can do so by selecting [Setup]
Functional description
→ [Network] → [TCP/IP]
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2-3. System Setting
System setting can be configured by setup menu. Working condition can be specified by
front button / mouse / remote controller.
Only admin user can setup system configuration by menu.
1)
System
①
②
③
④
⑤
① [Overview]

You can specify the system configuration by this menu.

Use ◀ / ▶ button to change configuration.
A.
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REMOTE ID: ID can be selected from 00 to 99.
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B.
MOUSE SPEED: Select speed with HIGH/NORMAL/LOW
C.
AUTO SWITCHING : Set dwell time when auto switching function is
working. (1 Sec ~ 30 Sec)
D.
SPOT-OUT : Select spot channel.(channel 1~4, AUTO)
If you select “AUTO”, Spot will be changed sequentially.
※ When spot channel is changed automatically, dwell time that
specified by Spot from ( C ) is applied.
BUTTON BUZZER : Select button buzzer on / off.
F.
LANGUAGE : Select language ( Korean / English )
G.
USE DATA RETAIN : data saving period can be set from 1 day to
60 days.
② [Date/Time]

Specify date and time of system.

You can specify setting by using ◀ / ▶ button

Select date and time, then you will see virtual keypad as below.
A.
DATE : Specify current date
B.
TIME : Specify current time
C.
LOCALE : Specify locale of country.
If you click
button, the time zone dialog box will be shown
as below, and select a time zone, then click OK to change setting.
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D.
NTP SERVER : It is used to set internet time server.
※ Daylight saving time is applied automatically according to corresponding
location.
③
[Password]

You can specify password of each user.

The password can be set max 8 digits.
④ [Initialize]

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You can initialize data and configuration by this menu.
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LOG : Delete all event log.
B.
SETTING : Delete setting configuration.
C.
HDD : Format HDD data.
D.
Factory : Delete all system data (Log, Setting and HDD), and restore
as factory default.
Notice
- If data is initialized, it can’t be recovered. Before use “initialize”,
important data must be backup.
- HDD Factory initialization makes format HDD and you will loose
recorded data.
⑤
[Controller]

Connect keyboard controller to DVR system.

Setup configuration to access DVR with keyboard controller.
(*Refer to controller user manual)
※
Supported device : LKD1000 Dynamic Controller (LG)
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2)
Camera
On the camera menu, channel, recording, schedule, color and PTZ can be configured.
①
②
③
④
⑤
①
[Channel]

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You can specify channel name and audio for each camera.
A.
CAMERA : Select camera to change
B.
CHANNEL NAME : Input channel name (Max 8 digits)
C.
AUDIO : Specify channel that audio is related.
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②
[Recording]

You can specify recording configuration.
B.
RESOLUTION : Specify screen resolution. (CIF / HALF D1 / D1 )
C. CAMERA : Select camera to set frame and quality.
D. FRAME : You can specify recording frame rate when recording
method is continuous for selected camera.
※
Frame rate cannot exceed event frame rate.
※
De-interlace function is enabled when resolution is selected as “D1”
E.
EVENT FRAME : You can specify recording frame rate when
recording method is event for selected camera.
F.
QUALITY : Specify image quality for selected camera.
(VERY HIGH, HIGH, NORMAL, LOW, VERY LOW, NETWORK)
G. Click “ APPLY ALL ” button to apply setting to all cameras.
③
[Schedule]

You can specify recording method by schedule with date and time.
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A. TOTAL FRAME : Max frame rate has restricted by screen resolution.
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A.
Click time table to change recoding method.
B.
Click channel number to change recording method for all time.
C.
Click time label to change recording method for all channel.
D.
Click ‘APPLY ALL’ button to change settings to all days. (From Sunday to
Saturday)
C : Continuous recording method
H : Continuous recording + event recording method (Motion, Sensor)
E : Event recording method: if event (Motion, Sensor) happens,
recording works.
N : No Recording.
④
[Color]

⑤
[PTZ]

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You can adjust brightness, contrast, saturation and hue.
This is to setup the PTZ configuration.
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A.
CAMERA : select camera to setup PTZ.
B.
DEVICE NAME : Select camera name.(Max 15 cameras supported)
LG Multix_E / LG Co.,Ltd
2.
LG Multix / LG Co.,Ltd
3.
LPT - A100L / LG Co.,Ltd
4.
LVC-C100 / C200HM / LG Electric Inc
5.
HSDN251 / Honeywell Co.,Ltd
6.
MD200 / 2000 / 1200 / 800 / Sony Co.,Ltd
7.
New Born / NEW BORN HIGHTECH
8.
WVCS850 / Panasonic
9.
PELCO-D / PELCO Co.,Ltd
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1.
10. PELCO-P / PELCO Co.,Ltd
11. SCC-641 / SCC-643 / SAMSUNG Co.,Ltd
12. SPD-2300 / 3000 / 3300 / SAMSUNG Co.,Ltd
13. SUNGJIN / SUNGJIN Co.,Ltd
14. TPD7720 / DYNACOLOR,INC
15. V1305R-DC / V1300RB / CRX – 1013 / VICON
C.
DEVICE ID : Select ID that configured in camera.
D.
BPS : Bit rate Per Second for data transmission.
Default value of BPS is ‘9600’
※
Value can be selected by camera setting: (1200/ 2400/ 4800/ 9600/ 19200/
38400/ 57600/ 115200 bps)
E.
DWELL TIME : This is time interval before moving to next preset position
when touring.
-
Select one from 5 seconds, 10 seconds, 20 seconds, 30 seconds, 1
minute, 3 minutes and 5 minutes.
-
The default is 1minute.
Notice
Basically, DVR support one RS-485 port for PTZ connection.
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3)
Event
You can specify the processing when event occurs like sensor, motion detection,
video loss, and the email notification settings when event occurs.
①
②
③
④
①
[Sensor]

You can specify the processing when event occurs from input device.
A. SENSOR : Selecting sensor number. ( 1 ~ 4 )
B.
TYPE : Setting NO / NC type.
(Normal Open) : The type of input device is opened normally.
(Normal Close) : The type of output device is closed normally.
C. ALARM : Setting alarm out when event occurs from input device.(ON/OFF)
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D. ALERT : Setting sound a buzzer when event occurs from input device.
(ON/OFF)
②
E.
SPOT-OUT : Setting spot out when event occurs from input device.(ON/OFF)
F.
DURATION : Setting the duration time from event occurs. ( 1~10 Sec., OFF)
[Motion detection]

You can specify the process when motion is detected.
Functional description
A. CHANNEL : Selecting camera which is associated event.
B.
MOTION ZONE : Setting the motion detection zone.
-
Click “SET” button to setting motion detection zone.
-
Click right button of mouse on the screen to display menu window.
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-
SELECT ALL : Selecting entire area.
-
UNSELECT ALL : Unselecting entire area.
-
SAVE : Saving selected area as a motion detection zone.
-
EXIT : Exiting motion zone setting.
C. SENSITIVITY : Setting the motion sensitivity. (High/Normal/Low)
D. ALARM : Setting alarm out when motion is detected.
E.
ALERT : Setting sound a buzzer when motion is detected.
F.
SPOT-OUT : Setting spot out when motion is detected.
G. DURATION : Setting the duration time from motion detection occurs.
③
[Video loss]

You can specify the processing when video loss.
A. CHANNEL : Selecting camera which is associated event.
B.
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USE : Enabling or disabling video loss event.
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C. ALARM : Setting alarm out when video loss.
D. ALERT : Setting sound a buzzer when video loss.
E.
④
DURATION : Setting duration time from video loss.
[E-mail]

You can set the E-mail notification when event occurs.
Functional description
A. MODE : Enabling or disabling E-mail notification. (OFF / Authentication / Not
authentication)
B.
SMTP SERVER : Setting the IP address or domain name of SMTP server.
C. PORT : Setting the TCP port number of SMTP (Default value is 25).
D. ACCOUNT : Setting the E-mail account registered in SMPT server.
E.
PASSWORD : Setting the password of the E-mail account.
F.
SENDER : Setting the E-mail address of sender.
G. RECEIVER : Setting the E-mail address of receiver.
H. E-MAIL TEST : Click to send testing E-mail, then RECEIVER can check the
testing E-mail.
< Success >
< Fail >
※
SMTP server does not support encrypted E-mail protocol.
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4)
Network
You can set the network environments.
①
②
③
④
⑤
①
[TCP/IP]

You can specify the TCP/IP setting according to network environment.
For dynamic IP or PPPoE

All the items of IP address, subnet mask, gateway and DNS are disabled
and set each value automatically.

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which is located left below.
For static IP

IP ADDRESS : Enter IP address received from ISP using screen keyboard.

SUBNET MASK : Enter subnet mask received from ISP using screen
keyboard.
GATEWAY : Enter gateway received from ISP using screen keyboard.

DNS : Enter the DNS IP address received from ISP using screen
keyboard.

MAC ADDRESS : This is hardware specific unique address of network
device, so user cannot set this value.
②
[Port]

Specifying the TCP port number of Web, Playback and Live.

Default values : WEB(80), PLAYBACK(9091), LIVE(9092)
※
8000~65535 port number is recommended.
※
Do not use the same port number with each other.
web(80),playback(9091),live(9092),CMS LG(9100)
※
If the network of DVR is connected via router, you must set
Configuration of port forwarding according to the router.
(web, search, live ports) Please refer to user's guide of the
router which you are using.
③
[DDNS]

You can use DDNS service provided by LG.

You can connect to DVR easily using host name instead of IP address with LG
DDNS
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A. MODE : Enabling or disabling DDNS.
B.
SERVER : IP address of DDNS.
C. PORT : TCP port number of DDNS.
D. DOMAIN : The domain name of DVR device.
E.
④
INTERVAL : Setting the interval of IP address updating.
[CMS]

Specifying IP address and TCP port number of CMS.
A. MODE : Enabling or disabling event report to the central monitoring center
when event occurs.
B.
IP ADDRESS : The IP address of the central monitoring center.
C. PORT : The TCP port number of the central monitoring center.
※
8000~65535 port number is recommended.
※
Do not use the same port number with each other.
web(80),playback(9091),live(9092),CMS LG(9100)
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⑤
[Event filter]

Specifying the event which will be sent to the central monitoring center and
E-mail.
B.
SHUTDOWN : Enabling or disabling the system shutdown event.
C. SETTING CHANGE : Enabling or disabling the setting change event.
D. LOGIN / LOGOUT : Enabling or disabling the login / logout event.
E.
SENSOR DETECTION : Enabling or disabling the sensor detection event.
F.
MOTION DETECTION : Enabling or disabling the motion detection event.
G. VIDEO LOSS : Enabling or disabling the video loss event.
5)
Information
You can view the general system information and run software update.
①
②
③
④
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A. SYSTEM START : Enabling or disabling the system start event.
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①
[System information]

You can view the system information.
A. MODEL : Model name of the device.
B.
LANGUAGE : Current language.
C. IP ADDRESS : The IP address assigned to the device.
D. MAC ADDRESS : The MAC address assigned to the device.
E.
F/W VERSION : The version number of firmware.
F.
OS VERSION : The version number of Operating system.
G. HDD SIZE : HDD using ratio and capacity.
-
“RECYCLING” will be shown when hard disk is full.
-
RECYCLING : The oldest data will be overwritten when hard disk is full.
H. VIDEO TYPE : Showing NTSC or PAL. This is set automatically by detecting
incoming video signal, so user cannot chance this value.
②
[System log]

③
[F/W Update]

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You can view the system log. (Refer to page 2-6 system log)
You can run firmware update.
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④
[Setting update]
A. IMPORT : You can replace current setting values with new values from USB
memory. (OFF/ON)
B.
EXPORT : You can export current setting values to USB memory.
(OFF/ON)
Notice
USB memory stick is needed to update F/W or settings.
It takes about 5 seconds to recognize USB memory device after
connected.
“USB is not detected.” Message will be shown when you are to run
backup without connected USB.
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A. FILE : You can specify the firmware file to update using ◀ / ▶ buttons.
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2-4. PTZ Control

It is used to control PTZ camera which is connected at RS-485 port. Settings of
camera and DVR should be done if you are to control PTZ camera.
1.
Click the icon
to control PTZ.
2.
Control the PTZ camera using each item below.
① Click this button to close the PTZ control window.
② Click this spin control to select PTZ camera. (1~4)
③ Click this spin control to specify the moving speed of PTZ camera (1~6).
④ Click this button to show the OSD menu of camera.
※
Supported cameras : LG-Multix, LG-Multix_E, Pelco-D, Pelco-P
⑤ Click these direction buttons to pan or tilt camera.
⑥ Click to control zoom in or out.
⑦ Click to control the focus of camera manually.
⑧ Click to control the iris of camera manually.
⑨ Click to select preset number.
⑩ Click to move to selected preset position.
⑪ Click to set current position as a new preset position.
⑫ Click to delete specified preset number.
⑬ Click to start touring, which function traverse each preset position one by one
according to dwell time.
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⑭ Click to stop touring.

1.
Move camera position using direction button ④.
2.
Select the preset number to set using button ⑧.
3.
Click button ⑩ “SET”.
4.
Repeat process 1 ~ 3 stage to set another preset position.
※
Preset numbers are available up to 10.
※
The maximum preset number is different according to the specification of camera.
Moving camera to preset position
※
1.
Select the preset number to move using button ⑧.
2.
Click button ⑨ “GO”.
Moving camera to preset position is only available when the camera supports
preset feature.

Deleting preset position
※

1.
Select the preset number to delete using preset number button ⑧.
2.
Click button ⑪ “CLEAR”.
Deleting preset position is only available when the camera supports.
Starting touring
1.
Click button ⑫ “START”.
2.
Then it will start traversing each preset position one by one
automatically.

Stopping touring
1.
Click button ⑬ “STOP”.
2.
Then it will stop traversing.
Notice
You cannot control the camera with LKD1000 keypad when PTZ control window is
running.
The tour which is working will be stop after the setting is changed.
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Setting a new preset position
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2-5. Search (Playback) & Backup
Various features are available for user to search recorded data easily.
1) Time search

You can search recorded data with date and time.

Search method
A.
Click
button on menu bar of real time screen.
B.
Select the date you want to search on the calendar above and click “OK”.
(The date with recorded data is displayed in bold.)
C.
Then recorded time table will be displayed. (Refer to the image below)
D.
The recorded data will be displayed after you select time and click “OK”
button.
※
Click the “Calendar” button to select date again.
※
You can select a data if data are duplicated at the same time stamp using spin
box below. The spin box is shown only when data are duplicated at the same
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time stamp, which is caused when daylight saving period.
※

Bigger number of duplicated data stands for more recent data.
How to play
available, which are x2, x4, x8 and x16.
Stop.
Forward play (with normal speed).
Fast forward play. 5 kinds of fast forward playing speed are available,
which are x2, x4, x8, 16 and x32.
※
The play mode and date/time are shown when it is playing.
2) Event Search

You can search recorded data using event occurrence time.
A. Click mouse on the icon
of the menu bar which is located in the lower
position of the screen.
B. Use ◀▶buttons on the upper right side to select camera to search.
C. Check sensor, motion check box below to filter out the events.
D. Move to previous or next page using – and + buttons.
E. Select a data to search from the list. Click the mouse button to move to the
corresponding recorded data.
F. Click “PLAY” button and the searched data will be played.
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3) Backup

You can back up the recorded data which you select date/time and channels.
A. Click mouse on the icon
of the menu bar which is located in the lower
position of the screen.
B. Select cameras to backup at the camera selection dialog. All cameras are
selected as default.
C. It displays selected cameras. (CAMERA : 1,2,3,4)
D. Specify starting date/time of backup period.
E. Specify ending date/time of backup period.
F. Insert USB memory stick and click OK button.
G. When backup is started, the screen moves from search to real time live mode
and the icon and text will be shown as below to display backup progress.
It shows on backup.
It shows the size of backup data.
It shows the progress of backup.
H. “Backup is finished.” Message will be shown when backup is finished.
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How to cancel backup
 If you press
button when backup is running, the selection message will
be shown as below.
 Click “OK” button to cancel backup.
 The backup cancel selection message will disappear and continue backup
automatically if there’s no input in schedule time.
MEDIA ERASE
 You can erase data in USB Storage with this function.
 After connecting USB storage to USB port of front side, click “MEDIA ERASE”
button to erase data.
 It is recommended to backup important data stored in USE storage before
using this function.
※
The backup process is not started if you specify invalid starting and ending
※
The backup period cannot exceed 24 hours.
※
The USB memory stick should be formatted as FAT32.
※
The backup files are separated as 600MB unit, and can be separated by date.
※
If there’s duplicated data at the same time stamp, you can select specific data
date/time.
position with the dialog box as below. Select data position with spin box, and
then click “OK” button to start back up. The older data is the smaller number.
※
The other functions do not work when backup is running.
※
Bigger number of duplicated data stands for more recent data.
Notice
Do not remove USE memory stick when backup is running..
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 You cannot cancel backup after backup progress is more than 50%.
Chapter 3
Web viewer
3-1 Installation ---------------------------------------------------- 3-2
1. Web viewer installation ................................................................................................. 3-2
3-2 Functional description ---------------------------------------- 3-4
1. Web viewer monitor window ..................................................................................... 3-4
2. Web viewer search window ........................................................................................ 3-5
3. Search dialog box ............................................................................................................ 3-6
4. Saving as AVI file dialog box ..................................................................................... 3-7
Chapter 3 Web viewer
3-1. Installation

Set up the network before the installation.
1.
Web viewer installation
①
Enter the LG DVR IP address in the Web address window, and then the following
Active X installation window will be displayed.
②
When you click on the Active X install button, the following window will be
displayed. Press the Install button.
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③
Press the Next button from the Web View installation window. When the
installation is completed, the Web initialization screen will be displayed. (General
installation recommended)
Web viewer
④
Enter the ID and password. (Multi-login is not enabled and you must log in to
the DVR with an unused ID.
(Default: admin, anonymous, user1, user2, user3)
주의
You must run installation software as administrator on Windows.
Web Viewer and CMS LG cannot be used at the same time.
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3-2. Functional description
1.
Web viewer monitoring window
①
②
③
④
⑤
⑥
⑦
⑧
⑨
⑩
⑪
⑫
⑬
⑭
①
Divide screen division (Full screen/1/4)
② Selecting a camera
③ Real time image capture (Save as JPEG)
④ Settings (It is available only when you logged in as admin)
⑤
Enable or disable incoming audio (Default value is disable.)
⑥ Zoom control
⑦ Iris control
⑧ Focus control
⑨ Preset (Click “Go” button after selecting preset number at combo box)
⑩
Start/Stop touring (Rotation between each preset positions)
※
Preset and touring are available after preset is set on the device.
⑪
Pan tilt control (Up, down, left and right buttons)
⑫
Controlling moving speed when pan tilt operation
⑬
Switching to search window
⑭
Logout
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2.
Web viewer search window
①
②
③
④
⑤
⑨
⑧
⑥ ⑦
⑩
Web viewer
⑪
⑫
①
Divide screen division (Full screen/1/4)
② Selecting a camera
③ Saving video or still image (Saving as AVI/JPEG/BMP)
④ Date/Time selection button to play back (Refer to 3. Search dialog box)
⑤
Enable or disable incoming audio (Default value is disabled.)
⑥
Pause button
⑦
Forward play button
⑧
Backward play button (Displaying only key-frame)
⑨ Fast forward play button
⑩ Fast backward play button
⑪ Switching to monitor window
⑫ Logout
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3.
Search dialog box
①
②
⑤
④
⑥
⑧
③
⑦
① Recorded data graph (Click on the data graph to select time to play.)
② Time scroll bar
③ Zoon in/out of graph (It can be scaled from 2 hours to 24 hours by minute unit.)
④ Displaying selected data/time
⑤ Displaying calendar (The dates are shown in bold if recorded data exist.)
⑥ Description of the color of the recorded data graph
⑦ “OK” button (Video is played immediately when you selected data/time which has
recorded data.)
⑧
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Progress bar which shows loading progress.
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4. Saving as AVI file dialog box
⑤
⑥
⑦
①
②
④
③
⑧
⑨
Web viewer
⑩
① Camera name/Date/Time which is currently displayed.
② Starting AVI saving (File name is requested when you click on this button.)
③ Stopping AVI saving
④ Closing Save as AVI dialog box (It will be closed automatically after stopping AVI file
if it is being saved.)
⑤
Specifying time period to save AVI file.
⑥
Starting time to save AVI file.
⑦
Stopping time to save AVI file.
⑧
Starting periodic AVI file saving
⑨ Closing after finishing AVI file saving.
⑩
Increasing AVI saving speed with reducing displaying frame rate.
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Reference
4-1 Check before requesting for service ----------------------- 4-2
4-2 Recommended device to use -------------------------------- 4-5
4-3 Initial setting list for factory default ------------------------ 4-7
4-4 Product specification ---------------------------------------- 4-13
Chapter 4 Reference
4-1 Check before requesting for service
Check before requesting for service.
If the following symptoms are observed when using the product, recheck the following. It may not be a
problem.
Symptom
Checkpoint and resolution
Check whether the power plug is correctly plugged.
I cannot turn on the power of the
Check whether the voltage of the power supply is correct.
device
If the power cannot be turned even when the power of the device is connected
correctly, please contact your closest service center
Check whether the power plug is correctly plugged.
The power of the device is turned
on, but the screen on the monitor
is not turned on
Check whether the monitor is turned on.
Check whether the video cable between the monitor and device is connected
correctly.
Check the selected monitor type.
Try disconnecting the power plug, and then plugging it again.
Check whether the video output port of the camera is correctly connected to the
device.
Camera number is displayed on
Check whether the power supply of the camera is connected correctly.
the screen but the video of the
Check whether the resolution is set to 1024x768 in VGA environment setting.
camera is not displayed
Check if there is any issue with the video cable between the device and the
camera.
Reboot this device.
Check the recording setting from the recording setting menu.
Video of camera is displayed on
Check whether the hard disk is recognized from the system information window.
the screen but I cannot record the
If the hard disk is not recognized normally, check the format and connected
video through the device
condition of the hard disk.
Check the available space on the hard disk.
During the search, check whether the video data currently being recorded exists.
If the video data currently being recorded does not exist, check the recording
I cannot search the recorded
setting of the menu.
video.
Check whether the hard disk is recognized from the system information window.
If the hard disk is not recognized normally, check the format and connected
condition of the hard disk.
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Symptom
Checkpoint and resolution
Check whether the recording audio channel is correctly set up.
I cannot hear the audio recorded
Check whether the connecter on the rear side of the device is
with the video.
connected with external device (Line input) correctly.
Check whether the connected external device is operating correctly.
If there is an object in the camera connected to the system, connect the
camera to the video input port to check the video and check if there is
Screen colors of some cameras are
incorrect or the video is displayed
in abnormal way.
any issue with the existing cameras connected to the system.
Check whether the video format of the device is the same as that of the
camera.
The video format can differ by the region into PAL or NTSC format. IF
the video format of the device is not the same as that of the camera,
the video may not be recognized.
If there is an issue with the camera connected to the system, connect a
different camera to the video input port to check whether the existing
camera connected to the system has an issue.
Check whether the video cable connecting the device and the camera is
damaged.
There is noise in the video.
Check whether there is a cable with high voltage near the video cable.
It can cause noise in the video or cause deterioration in the video
quality.
Check whether the video cable connected between the device and the
camera is the cable for correct usage.
noises in the video.
Check whether the sensor type set in the sensor setting menu is the
The sensor connected to the
device is not working.
same as that of the sensor.
From the schedule management item of the recording setting menu,
check whether the recording using the sensor is set up.
Check whether the sensor is correctly connected to the ALARM-IN port.
Check whether the PTZ camera is correctly set up from the camera
setting menu.
Check whether the power cord of the PTZ camera connected to the
PTZ camera connected to the
system is correctly connected.
device is not working.
Check whether the signal cord connected to the PTZ camera connected
to the system is correctly connected.
Check the channel the PTZ camera connected to the system controls.
Check the user type. General user cannot use the PTZ function.
4-3
Reference
If the power cable is used for the usage of video cable, it can cause
Chapter 4 Reference
Symptom
Checkpoint and resolution
When the E-mail transmission fails without SMTP server setting.

Check whether the network is set up correctly.

Check whether the E-mail address is entered correctly.

Check the spam mail setting for the entered E-mail address.
(If the spam mail is set, some mails may automatically be
deleted or classified into spam mail box etc.)

Some SMTP mail server providers does not support sent email
from the commercial SMTP server. In this case, use a public
SMTP server.
I cannot receive the E-mail sent
from the device.
When the E-mail transmission fails even with the SMTP server setting.

If you see a message saying “Please check the SMTP
information or internet cable”.
- Check the SMTP server address..
- Check the SMTP port number.
- Check the network setting.

If the E-mail cannot be received without any error message.
- Check the E-mail address of the recipient.
- Check the spam mail setting for the entered E-mail address.
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4-2 Recommended device to use
①
List of recommended USB memory
Classification
Manufacturer
Model name
1
ELECOM
MF-BU201GWH
2
BUFFALO
RUF2-E1GL-BL
3
Scandisk
4
SONY
5
PRINCETON
PFU-STS1G
6
DATA
TB-ST1GB I-O
1GB
Cruzer Micro
FM
7
Capacity
Cruzer Micro U3
8/16GB
USM1GJX
1GB
USM8GH
8GB
1GB
MLC gold
Semiconductor
SUM-M4GPV
4GB
8
SAMSUNG
9
Transcend
JetFlash V10
10
IMATION
Atom USB Drive MLC
11
Sky Digital
SKY-DRVx2
32G
12
LG
XTICK
8GB
SUM-LWW
8GB
Reference:
Even when the USB memory listed in the above list is recognized in this device, it
may not operate normally.
Caution

For some monitor TCs, the screen output size may not fit.

For monitors that do not support resolution of 1024x768, the output may not
be normal.
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Reference

Chapter 4 Reference
②
List of supported PTZ camera
프로토콜명
제조사
Pan/Tilt
Zoom
Focus
Iris
Preset
Tour
LG Multix_E
LG
x
○
○
○
x
x
LG Multix
LG
○
○
○
○
○
○
LPT-A100L
LG
○
x
x
x
x
x
LG
x
○
○
○
x
x
Honeywell
○
○
○
○
○
○
Sony
○
○
○
x
x
x
New Born
○
○
○
○
○
○
Dongyang
○
○
○
○
○
○
PLECO -D / PELCO Co.,Ltd
PELCO
○
○
○
○
○
○
PLECO -P / PELCO Co.,Ltd
PELCO
○
○
○
○
○
○
SAMSUNG
○
○
○
○
○
○
SAMSUNG
○
○
○
○
○
○
SUNGJIN / SUNGJIN Co.,Ltd
SUNGJIN
○
○
○
x
x
x
TPD7720 / DYNACOLOR, INC
DYNACOLOR
○
○
○
○
○
○
VICON
○
○
○
x
x
x
LVC-C100/200HM/LG Electric
Inc
HSDN251 / Honeywell Co., Ltd
MD200/2000/1200/800/Sony
Co., Ltd
New Born / NEW BORN
HIGHTECH
WVCS850 / Panasonic
SCC - 641 / SCC-643 /
SAMSUNG Co.,Ltd
SPD - 2300/3000/3300/
SAMSUNG Co.,Ltd
V1305R-DC / V1311RB/CRX1013 / VICON
Caution
LE1004 is not compatible with KVM because of exclusive use of mouse.
4-6
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4-3 Initial setting list for factory default
1 Step
2 Step
3Step
REMOTE ID
MOUSE
SPEED
AUTOSWITCHING
OVERVIEW
SPOT-OUT
BUTTON
BUZZER
LANGUAGE
USE DATA
RETAIN
4Step
INPUT
Default
00~99
00
LOW
NORMAL
NORMAL
HIGH
1~30 Sec
10 Sec
AUTO/1/2/3/4
1
ON/OFF
ON
ENGLISH/한국
어
ON/OFF
ENGLISH
OFF
DATE
-
TIME
-
LOCALE
OFF
S
Time.nuri.net
E
Time.kriss.re.kr
T
SYSTEM
DATE/TIME
U
ntp.tmc.edu
NTP SERVER
ntp.cmr.gov
OFF
Reference
P
ntp2.ja.net
ntp.shim.org
stdtime.gov.hk
time.service.uit
.no
admin/user1/u
SELECTION
ser2/user3/an
admin
onymous
PASSWORD
OLD
-
PASSWORD
INITIALIZE
CONTROLLER
NEW
-
CONFIRM
-
LOG
ON/OFF
OFF
SETTING
ON/OFF
OFF
HDD
ON/OFF
OFF
FACTORY
ON/OFF
OFF
USE
ON/OFF
OFF
DEVICE ID
1~16
1
4-7
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1200/2400/48
BAUD RATE
00/9600/1920
0/38400/5760
9600
0/115200
CAMERA
1~4
CHANNEL
1
CAMERA1
NAME
CAMERA1
CHANNEL
CAMERA2
AUDIO
CAMERA3
NOT USED
CAMERA4
NOT USED
CIF/
RESOLUTION
HALF D1/
CIF
D1
CAMERA
1~4
1
FRAME
1~30
30
OFF/1~30
30
EVENT
RECORDING
FRAME
VERY LOW
LOW
QUALITY
NORMAL
HIGH
NORMAL
VERY HIGH
CAMERA
NETWORK
SUN~SAT
SUN
C/H/E/N
H
CAMERA
1~4
1
BRIGHTNESS
0~100
44
CONTRAST
0~100
57
SATURATION
0~100
57
HUE
0~100
50
CAMERA
1~4
1
SCHEDULE
COLOR
LG-Multix_E
LG-Multix
LPT-A100L
LVC-C100
PTZ
DEVICE
HSDN251
NAME
MD200
New Born
WVCS850
PELCO-D
PELCO-P
4-8
OFF
Chapter 4 Reference
SCC-641
SPD-2300
SUNGJIN
TPD7720
V1305R-DC
OFF
DEVICE ID
0
1200/2400/48
BAUD RATE
00/9600/1920
0/38400/5760
9600
0/115200
5 Sec
10 Sec
TOURING
INTERVAL
20 Sec
30 Sec
1Min
1 Min
3 Min
5 Min
SENSOR
SENSOR
1~4
1
TYPE
N.O/N.C
N.O
ALARM
ON/OFF
OFF
ALERT
ON/OFF
OFF
SPOT-OUT
ON/OFF
OFF
DURATION
1~10Sec./OFF
10 Sec.
CHANNEL
1~4
1
MOTION
SELECT ALL
Reference
ZONE
LOW
SENSITIVITY
MOTION
EVENT
VIDEO LOSS
E-MAIL
NORMAL
NORMAL
HIGH
ALARM
ON/OFF
OFF
ALERT
ON/OFF
OFF
SPOT-OUT
ON/OFF
OFF
DURATION
1~10Sec./OFF
10 Sec.
CHANNEL
1~4
1
USE
ON/OFF
OFF
ALARM
ON/OFF
OFF
ALERT
ON/OFF
OFF
DURATION
1~10Sec./OFF
10 Sec.
MODE
ON/OFF
OFF
SMPT
SERVER
PORT
25
4-9
Chapter 4 Reference
ACCOUNT
-
PASSWORD
-
SENDER
-
RECEIVER
-
E-MAIL TEST
DHCP IP
CONFIG
STATIC IP
DHCP IP
PPPoE
IP ADDRESS
-
SUBNET
-
MASK
TCP / IP
GATEWAY
-
DNS
-
MAC
-
ADDRESS
PPPoE
PORT
STATUS
DISCONNECT
USER
tibets
PASSWORD
-
WEB
80
PLAYBACK
9091
LIVE
9092
MODE
DDNS
www.lgddns.com
PORT
9092
DOMAIN
-
MODE
NETWORK
ON/OFF
OFF
0
SETTING
CHANGE
LOGIN/
LOGOUT
SENSOR
DETECTION
MOTION
DETECTION
VIDEO LOSS
4-10
5 Min
PORT
SHUTDOWN
INFORMATIO
1~60 Min
-
START
INFORMATI
`
IP ADDRESS
SYSTEM
EVENT FILTER
OFF
SERVER
INTERVAL
CMS
ON/OFF
MODEL
ON/OFF
OFF
ON/OFF
OFF
ON/OFF
OFF
ON/OFF
OFF
ON/OFF
OFF
ON/OFF
OFF
ON/OFF
OFF
-
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ON
N
LANGUAGE
-
IP ADDRESS
-
MAC
-
ADDRESS
F /W
-
VERSION
O/S
-
VERSION
HDD SIZE
-
VIDEO TYPE
-
SYSTEM LOG
F/W
UPDATE
SET UPDATE
FILE
NOT EXISTED
IMPORT
ON/OFF
OFF
EXPORT
ON/OFF
OFF
REFRESH
-
CAMERA
CAMERA 1~4
SETUP
ON
-
SERCH
-
WINDOW
CAMERA
1~4
1
SPEED
1~6
4
UP
LEFT
RIGHT
-
DOWN,
L
ZOOM
ZOOM OUT
FOCUS IN
FOCUS
I
V
FOCUS OUT
IRIS IN
IRIS
E
IRIS OUT
Reference
PTZ
ZOOM IN
-
PRESET
SET/CLEAR/GO
-
TOURING
START/STOP
-
PIP/
SPLIT
SINGLE/
QUAD
QUAD/
AUTO-
-
SWITCHING
LOG OUT
LOGOUT
SELECTION
EXIT
USER
PASSWORD
SYSTEM
LOGOUT
-
`
-
4-11
Chapter 4 Reference
LOG
RELAY OUT
-
OFF
CANCEL
-
BACKUP
TIME
DATE/
CALENDAR
SEARCH
TIME
00:00 ~ 23:59
EVENT
CAMERA
SEARCH
CAMERA 1~4
ALL
PLAY
LIVE
DEVICE
E
A
R
CAMERA
BACKUP
BACKUP
TIME
C
H
MEDIA ERASE
SPLIT
ALL
-
WINDOW
S
-
SINGLE/
QUAD
USB-STICK
CAMERA 1~4
USB-STICK
START
CAMERA 1~4
BACKUP/
END BACKUP
QUAD
FAST
BACKWARD /
PLAY BAR
STOP/
PLAY/
FAST
FORWARD
4-12
STOP
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4-4 Product specification
MODEL
LE1004
OPERATING SYSTEM
Embedded Linux
COMPRESSION
H.264 HARDWARE CODEC
MULTIPLEX FUNCTION
Triplex(Live, Record, Backup and Network at the same time)
RECORDING RESOLUTION
D1, Half D1, CIF
RECORDING SPEED
120fps(NTSC),100fps(PAL) at CIF Resolution
VIDEO INPUT
VIDEO OUTPUT
BNC Composite
2 BNC Composite (Main, Spot),
1 VGA(15PIN DSUB)
AUDIO INPUT/OUTPUT
1 line/ 1 line
SENSOR INPUT / ALARM OUTPUT
4 line(NC/NO selectable)/ 1 line(NC/NO selectable)
Display Mode
1/4 and Auto sequential, PIP
BACKUP MEDIA
USB storage(s), Network
STORAGE MEDIA
1 SATA HDD, USB Storage
RECORDING MODE
Continuous, Alarm, Motion, Manual
OPERATION CONTROL
Front Key, Mouse and Remote controller
COMMUNICATION PORT
RS-485
NETWORK
LAN(Ethernet RJ-45, 10/100 base), DDNS, TCP-IP
SIZE(mm)
320(W)x247(D)x59(H)
WEIGHT
3Kg
POWER
DC12V ADAPTER
POWER CONSUMPTION
Max. 18.24W
OPERATING TEMPERATURE
0°C ~ 40°C
OPERATING HUMIDITY
10 ~ 80% RH
The detail and specification of this product can partially change for quality improvement.
4-13
Reference
※
4
CAUTION
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.
This 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.
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.
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.
Warning: Do not install this equipment in a confined
space such as a bookcase or similar unit.
Warning: Wiring methods shall be in accordance with
the National Electric Code, ANSI/NFPA 70.
Warning: This is a class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in
which case the user may be required to take adequate
measures.
Warning: To reduce a risk of fire or electric shock, do
not expose this product to rain or moisture.
Caution: This installation should be made by a qualified
service person and should conform to all local codes.
Caution: To avoid electrical shock, do not open the
cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified personnel only.
Caution: The apparatus shall not be exposed to water
(dripping or splashing) and no objects filled with liquids,
such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.
Caution:
This product employs a Laser System.To ensure proper
use of this product, please read this owner’s manual
carefully and retain it for future reference. Should the
unit require maintenance, contact an authorized service
center. Performing controls, adjustments, or carrying out
procedures other than those specified herein may result
in hazardous radiation exposure.To prevent direct exposure to laser beam, do not try to open the enclosure.
Visible laser radiation when open. DO NOT STARE
INTO BEAM.
REGULATORY INFORMATION: FCC Part 15
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.
•
A suitable conduit entries, knock-outs or glands shall
be provided in the cable entries of this product in the
end user.
•
Caution: Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly
replaced. Replaced only with the same or equivalent
type recommended by the manufacturer. Dispose
of used batteries according to the manufacturer ’s
instructions.
•
Holes in metal, through which insulated wires pass,
shall have smooth well rounded surfaces or shall be
provided with brushings.
This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian
ICES-003.
To disconnect power from mains, pull out the mains
cord plug. When installing the product, ensure that
the plug is easily accessible.
This product is manufactured to comply
with EMC Directive 2004/108/EC and Low
Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC.
European representative :
LG Electronics Service Europe B.V.
Veluwezoom 15, 1327 AE Almere,
The Netherlands (Tel : +31-036-547-8940)
Disposal of your old appliance
1. When this crossed-out wheeled bin symbol is
attached to a product it means the product is
covered by the European Directive 2002/96/
EC.
2. All electrical and electronic products should
be disposed of separately from the municipal
waste stream via designated collection facilities appointed by the government or the local
authorities.
3. The correct disposal of your old appliance
will help prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human
health.
4. For more detailed information about disposal
of your old appliance, please contact your
city office, waste disposal service or the shop
where you purchased the product.
9. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug
has two blades with one wider than the other.
A grounding type plug has two blades and a
third grounding prong. The wide blade or the
third prong are provided for your safety. If the
provided plug does not fit into your outlet,
consult an electrician for replacement of the
obsolete outlet.
10.Protect the power cord from being walked on
or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience
receptacles, and the point where they exit
from the apparatus.
11.Only use attachments/accessories specified
by the manufacturer.
12.Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket,
or table specified by the manufacturer, or sold
with the apparatus. When a cart is used, use
caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over.
13.Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms
or when unused for long periods of time.
IMPORTANT SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
14.Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus
has been damaged in any way, such as powersupply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has
been spilled or objects have fallen into the
apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to
rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or
has been dropped.
Additional
Program
1. Read these instructions.
2. Keep these instructions.
3. Heed all warnings.
4. Follow all instructions.
5. Do not use this apparatus near water.
6. Clean only with dry cloth.
7. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install
in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions.
8. Do not install near any heat sources such
as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other
apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce
heat.
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