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SHR-2040/2041/2042 User’s Manual
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Safety Regulations
Please be sure to keep the following in mind for the right use of the product to
pre-vent proprietary risk or damage.
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Do not use multiple plugs at once.
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Do not put a vase, flowerpot, cup, cosmetics, medicine, or vessel
with water around you.
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This may cause fire.
Do not disassemble, repair, or remodel the product.
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This may cause abnormal operation due to high temperature.
Keep the product off direct ray of light or heat from the heating
device
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This may cause breakdown.
Secure sufficient ventilation.
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This may cause fire.
Keep the surrounding temperature between 0˚C to 40˚C and keep the
product off humidity.
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This may cause fire or electric shock.
Do not put metals(coin, hair pin, metal piece, etc.) or inflammable
materials(match, paper, etc.) in the ventilation hole.
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This imperfect connection may cause fire.
Keep the product off humidity, dust, or soot.
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This may cause electric shock.
Insert the power plug firmly enough not to shake.
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This may cause fire.
Do not touch the power plug with wet hands.
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This may cause fire.
Do not bend the power cord forcibly nor put a heavy material on it.
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This may cause abnormal heat generation or fire
This may cause fire, electric shock, or injury due to abnormal operation.
Do not pull out the power cord.
This may destroy the power cord, eventually, cause fire or
electric shock.
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Plug out in the event of thunder or lightning.
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Keep your children off the battery after you take it out of the product.
They tend to swallow it unconsciously.
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If your children swallow it, please see the doctor immediately.
Install the product at a safe place or attach the product to the wall or
ceiling with a stand firmly enough not to fall to the ground.
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This may cause fire.
This may injure people.
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Before we start
This User’s Manual describes the basic usage of SHR-2040/2041/2042.
This Manual contains all the matters necessary for using SHR-2040/2041/2042 such as brief
instruction, part name, function, connecting other equipment, and menu setup of
SHR-2040/2041/2042.
- SEC retains the copyright on this User’s Manual.
- This User’s Manual cannot be copied without SEC’s prior written approval.
- We are not liable for any or all losses to the product incurred by your use of
non-standard product or violation of User’s Manual.
- If you want to open the system case to touch the inside, please consult with an expert who
works for the shop where you bought the product.
- You may download open source codes from the following website.
(See CCTV Part of http://www.samsung.com)
- Before installing any external device such as external memory or HDD, please check the
compatibility of the device with Samsung DVR. The list of the compatible devices with
Samsung DVR can be obtained from your vendor.
- Apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no objects filled with liquids,
such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.
- The Mains plug is used as a disconnect device and shall stay readily operable at any time.
WARNING
[Battery]
As wrong exchange of the battery in SHR-2040/2041/2042 may cause explosion, you shall use
the certified battery for SHR-2040/2041/2042.
The battery specification is as follows.
-Normal Voltage : 3V
CALIFORNIA USA ONLY
This Perchlorate warning applies only to primary CR (Manganese Dioxide)
-Normal Capacity : 170mAh
Lithium
coin
cells
in
the
product sold or distributed ONLY in California USA
-Continuous Standard Load : 0.2mA
“Perchlorate Material - special handling may apply,
-Operating Temperature : -20 to +85˚C See www.dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/perchlorate.”
(-4 to +185˚F)
[System Shutdown]
- Power-off without terminating the system in the System Shutdown menu may incur improper
motion like data loss and disk failure. Also it can cause a dysfunction to the hard disk while
using the product. Power-off shall be done in the System Shutdown menu.
[Operation warranty temperature]
- Operation warranty temperature of this device is 0°C to 45°C(32°F to 104°F) If the device is
left under the warranty temperature for a long time, it cannot be operated. When using the
device after leaving for a long time in the low temperature, please use it after keeping in the
normal temperature for a few times. Especially the warranty temperature of the embedded
HDD is 5°C to 55°C(41°F to 131°F), therefore it cannot be operated in the low temperature.
Standards Approvals
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 whit 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.
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Contents
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Safety Regulations
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Before we start
Standards Approvals
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1. Introduction
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2. Features
1-3
3. Part Names and Functions
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Chapter 2 Installation
2-1
1. Installation Environment Setup
2-3
2. Checking Product & Accessory
2-4
3. HDD Addition
3
Chapter 3 Connecting with other device
3-1
1. Connecting the Video, Audio, and Monitor
3-3
2. Connecting the Network
3-5
3. Connecting the USB
3-6
4. Connecting the Alarm Input/Output
3-8
5. Connecting the RS-485 Device
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Chapter 1 Overview
Chapter 4 Live
4-1
1. System Operation
4-2
2. Live Screen Mode
4-5
3. Live Channel Selection and Audio On/Off Setup
4-6
4. Freeze and Zoom
4-7
5. Event Monitoring
4-8
6. Spot-out Monitoring
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Chapter 5 Menu Setup
5-1
Before Use
5-2
1. System
5-12
2. Camera
5-16
3. Monitoring
5-18
4. Recording Mode
5-20
5. Event Record Mode
5-25
6. Record Schedule
5-27
7. Backup
5-28
8. Network
5-32
9. Network Setup
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Chapter 6 PTZ Camera Control
6-1
1. PTZ Camera Control Mode
6-3
2. Basic Operation of PAN, TILT, & ZOOM
6-4
3. Preset Setup
6-6
4. Camera Menu Setup
6-7
5. Preset View
6-8
6. Other View
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Chapter 7 Recording
7-1
1. REC (Normal Recording)
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2. Schedule Recording
7-3
3. Event Recording
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Chapter 8 Search and Play
8-1
Before Use
8-2
1. Calendar Search
8-3
2. Event Search
8-4
3. Date/Time Search
8-5
4. Go to First Search
8-6
5. Go to Last Search
8-7
6. Backup
8-8
7. Playback
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Chapter 9 Smart Viewer
9-1
1. Introduction
9-2
2. Feature
9-3
3. PC Specification(Recommendation)
9-4
4. Smart Viewer Installation
9-7
5. Smart Viewer Program Execution
9-8
6. Smart Viewer Initial Screen
9-9
7. Monitoring Mode
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8. Search Mode
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9. Setup Mode
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Appendix
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1. Product Specification
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2. Outline Drawings
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3. Factory Default
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4. SHR-2040/2041/2042 Smart Viewer
Frame Specification for the Playback
10-11
5. Troubleshooting(FAQ)
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6. Open source license report on the product
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Chapter 1
Overview
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Introduction
The Digital Video Recorder(DVR) compresses the 4 channel of camera input data into the
MPEG4 video file and the 4 channel of voice input data into the ADPCM audio file in the real
time to record them in the Hard Disk or retrieve them from the Hard Disk simultaneously.
In addition, it transfers the Video/Audio out through a network in the real time and it is able to
monitor the Video/Audio remotely by your PC.
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Features
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4 CH Composite Input Connectors
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NTSC / PAL Video Source Compatible
( NTSC : SHR-2040 / SHR-2041 / SHR2042,
SHR-2040N / SHR-2041N / SHR-2042N
PAL
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: SHR-2040P / SHR-2041P / SHR2042P )
Able to record the CIF sized (NTSC-352 x 240 / PAL-352 x 288) video at the speed of
120 ips(NTSC)/100ips(PAL)(Image Per Second)
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4 CH Loop Through Video Connectors
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Hard Disk Overwrite Mode
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Large Quantity Hard Disk Backup by USB2.0
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Backup function by the USB2.0 memory and exterior CD/DVD writer
(SHR-2042 supports the internal CD-RW.)
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Able to record, play, and transmit both audio and video files to Windows Network
Viewer(Smart Viewer) simultaneously
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Able to record and play the audio 4CH
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Variable Search Mode (Time/Date, Event, Schedule)
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Variable Recording Mode (Time Lapse, Event, Schedule)
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Extended Hard Disk Connection (USB2.0)
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Alarm Interface function (Input : 4, Output : 2, Reset : 1)
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Remote Monitoring function by Windows Network Viewer(Smart Viewer)
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Part Names and Functions
[SHR-2040]
No.
Name
1
Power LED
Alarm LED
lights on when an event occurs.
HDD Access
LED
Displays Normal Access to HDD. Upon Access to HDD, LED
repeats on and off.
Network LED
Displays both network connection and data transmission conditions.
Backup LED
Displays Back Up Mode.
Rec LED
1
2
4
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AUDIO
3
ALARM
4
Function
Displays power on/off condition.
Channel Button
Displays the record condition.
Selects a channel in the Single Mode. Used for number
input button in the number input mode.
Audio Setup
Button
Sets the Audio On/Off.
Alarm Setup
Button
Cancels the alarm when the Alarm button is selected.
Displays 4 split screen.
MODE
Split Screen
Display
Selection Button Mode
5
Displays PIP(Picture in Picture) screen.
The single channel screen is changed
according to the time set on the menu.
Displays 4 split screen.
MODE
6
Mode Selection
Button
Displays both LIVE Channel and Playback
Channel in the PIP Screen simultaneously.
Search
Displays 6 split screen.
(1 CH playback screen and 4 CH live screen)
Displays 9 split screen.
(4 CH playback screen and 4 CH live screen)
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Function
PTZ
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ZOOM
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TELE
FREEZE
9
WIDE
SEARCH
10
VIEW
MENU
11
PRESET
12
PTZ Button
Performs the TELE, WIDE, PRESET, and VIEW function.
ZOOM(TELE)
Button
Sets up Digital Zoom(x2).
( Performs the TELE function by pressing the PTZ button.)
FREEZE(WIDE)
Button
Performs the FREEZE function in the DISPLAY Mode.
( Performs the WIDE function by pressing the PTZ button.)
SEARCH(VIEW)
Button
Displays the search method.
( Performs the VIEW function by pressing the PTZ button.)
MENU (PRESET)
Button
Displays the system setup menu or enters to the upper
menu.( Performs the PRESET setup function by pressing
the PTZ.)
RECORD
Records the record setup set in the normal record mode.
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14
15
Search Function
Key
16
Fast/Step
Reverse
Fast Reverse: Used for the fast rewinding
search in the playback mode.
Step Reverse: Used for the 1 step reverse
search during the pause.
STOP
Used for the search stop in the playback mode.
PLAY/PAUSE
Toggles in the playback mode to activate
PLAY/PAUSE.
Fast/Step
Forward
Fast Forward: Used for the fast-forwarding
search in the playback mode.
Step Forward: Used for the 1 step-forwarding
search during the pause.
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In case of setting the details of Menu, it is
used as Direction Key. (For PTZ Operation)
In case of setting the details of Menu, it
increases the value or it is used as Direction
Key. (For PTZ Operation)
In case of setting the details of Menu, it is
used as Direction Key. (For PTZ Operation)
In case of setting the details of Menu, it
decreases the value or it is used as Direction
Key. (For PTZ Operation)
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17
Direction Button
Key
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18
USB Port
Acts as the Enter key for the menu setup.
Connects the USB type device.
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[SHR-2041]
[SHR-2042]
No.
Name
1
Displays power on/off condition.
Alarm LED
lights on when an event occurs.
HDD Access
LED
Displays Normal Access to HDD. Upon Access to HDD, LED
repeats on and off.
Network LED
Displays both network connection and data transmission conditions.
Backup LED
Displays Back Up Mode.
Rec LED
Eject Button
2
1
3
4
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AUDIO
4
ALARM
5
Function
Power LED
Channel Button
Displays the record condition.
Performs the OPEN/CLOSE of CD/RW.
Selects a channel in the Single Mode. Used for number
input button in the number input mode.
Audio Setup
Button
Sets the Audio On/Off.
Alarm Setup
Button
Turns off the alarm LED and stops the sound when an
alarm is issued.
Alarm icon disappears when the alarm button is used.
Displays 4 split screen.
MODE
6
1-5
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Split Screen
Display
Selection Button Mode
Displays PIP(Picture in Picture) screen.
Auto Sequence Mode: The single channel screen
is changed according to the time set on the menu.
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Function
Displays 4 split screen.
Displays the selected channel to the Single Mode
MODE
7
Mode Selection
Button
Displays both LIVE Channel and Playback
Channel in the PIP Screen simultaneously.
Search
Displays 6 split screen.
(1 CH playback screen and 4 CH live screen)
Displays 9 split screen.
(4 CH playback screen and 4 CH live screen)
PTZ
8
ZOOM
9
TELE
FREEZE
10
WIDE
SEARCH
11
VIEW
MENU
12
PRESET
13
PTZ Button
Performs the TELE, WIDE, PRESET, and VIEW function.
ZOOM(TELE)
Button
Sets up Digital Zoom(x2).
( Performs the TELE function by pressing the PTZ button.)
FREEZE(WIDE)
Button
Performs the FREEZE function in the DISPLAY Mode.
SEARCH(VIEW)
Button
Displays the search method.( Performs the VIEW function
by pressing the PTZ button.)
MENU (PRESET)
Button
Displays the system setup menu or enters to the upper
menu.( Performs the PRESET setup function by pressing
the PTZ.)
RECORD
Records the record setup set in the normal record mode.
Fast/Step
Reverse
14
15
16
( Performs the WIDE function by pressing the PTZ button.)
STOP
Search Function
Key
PLAY/PAUSE
Fast / Step
Forward
17
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œ
18
Direction Button
Key
‹
ƒ
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19
USB Port
Fast Reverse: Used for the fast rewinding
search in the playback mode.
Step Reverse: Used for the 1 step reverse
search during the pause.
Used for the search stop in the playback mode.
Toggles in the playback mode to activate
PLAY/PAUSE.
Fast Forward: Used for the fast-forwarding
search in the playback mode.
Step Forward: Used for the 1 step-forwarding
search during the pause.
In case of setting the details of Menu, it is
used as Direction Key. (For PTZ Operation)
In case of setting the details of Menu, it
increases the value or it is used as
Direction Key. (For PTZ Operation)
In case of setting the details of Menu, it is
used as Direction Key. (For PTZ Operation)
In case of setting the details of Menu, it
decreases the value or it is used as
Direction Key. (For PTZ Operation)
Acts as the Enter key for the menu setup.
Connects the USB type device.
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[SHR-2040]
Caution
Do not play DVR on the carpet or other soft material to prevent clogging of the air ventilator.
To play DVR on the cabinet or rack, be sure to check the ventilation condition.
No.
English
Function
Composite Video Signal Input Port (BNC Style Connector)
1
VIDEO IN
2
THROUGH
You may use THROUGH port to transmit a video signal to the
other video equipment.
3
AUDIO IN
Audio Signal Input Port (RCA Jack)
4
AUDIO OUT
Audio Signal Output Port (RCA Jack)
5
VIDEO OUT
Composite Video Signal Output Port (BNC Style Connector)
6
7
VGA
S-VIDEO
8
SPOT OUT
SPOT Out Output Port (BNC Style Connector)
ALARM
- ALARM IN 1~4 : Alarm Input Port
- ALARM RESET IN : Alarm Reset Port
- ALARM OUT1~2 : Alarm Output Port
- TX+, TX-, RX+, RX- : RS-485 Communication
9
1-7
Name
10
USB
11
NETWORK
12
DC-IN
VGA Video Signal Output Port
S-VIDEO Video Signal Output Port
USB connection Port
Network Connection Port
12V Power Socket Support
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[SHR-2041/2042]
Caution
Do not play DVR on the carpet or other soft material to prevent clogging of the air ventilator.
To play DVR on the cabinet or rack, be sure to check the ventilation condition.
No.
Name
Function
1
VIDEO IN
2
THROUGH
You may use THROUGH port to transmit a video signal to the
other video equipment.
3
AUDIO IN
Audio Signal Input Port (RCA Jack)
4
AUDIO OUT
Audio Signal Output Port (RCA Jack)
5
VIDEO OUT
Composite Video Signal Output Port (BNC Style Connector)
6
VGA
7
S-VIDEO
8
SPOT OUT
SPOT Out Output Port (BNC Style Connector)
ALARM
- ALARM IN 1~4 : Alarm Input Port
- ALARM RESET IN : Alarm Reset Port
- ALARM OUT1~2 : Alarm Output Port
- TX+, TX-, RX+, RX- : RS-485 Communication
9
10
USB
11
NETWORK
12
AC-IN
Composite Video Signal Input Port (BNC Style Connector)
VGA Video Signal Output Port
S-VIDEO Video Signal Output Port
USB connection Port
Network Connection Port
(NTSC) AC 110~220V Power Socket Support
(PAL) AC 100~230V Power Socket Support
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Chapter 2
Installation
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Installation Environment Setup
Do not play DVR on the carpet or other soft material to prevent clogging of the air ventilator.
To play DVR on the cabinet or rack, be sure to check the ventilation condition.
You should pay attention to the following before you use the product.
1. Do not use it outdoor.
2. Do not let water or liquid in the connection part or the product itself.
3. Do not impose excessive shock or force.
4. Do not pull out the power plug unreasonably.
5. Do not disassemble the product on your own.
6. Do not exceed the rated input or output range.
7. Use certified power cord only.
8. Use the power cord with a ground for the product with an input ground.
Samsung Digital Video Recorder (hereafter “DVR”) is a high-tech security equipment
that contains a high-capacity HDD and top-notch circuits. High temperature inside or
outside of the product may cause reduced life and deteriorated performance (see
graph 1 below), leading to a malfunction. So please follow the instructions below to
proceed with the installation.
Temperature
(Unit:°C)
One Year:24 HR X 365 DAY = 8,760 HR
Life (Unit:HOURS)
<Graph 1 : Correlation between temperature and product life>
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<Instructions for the rack mounting of Samsung DVR>
1. The rack on which the DVR is mounted should not be sealed off.
2. And it also can allow air circulation through the vent.
3. As in the figure to the right, we recommend the product should be stacked up with other
DVRs or rack-mounting devices at a certain space or you install a vent system to
accommodate airflow.
4. For forming a natural convection, the air intake hole should be positioned at the bottom and
the emission at the top.
5. We recommend you install each of the air intake and emission holes with a fan motor for
sufficient airflow.
(The air intake fan should be equipped with a filter to block dust and other impurities from
inflow.)
6. The temperature inside the rack and around the DVR should stay between 0°C and 40°C
(32°F and 104°F).
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Checking Product & Accessory
Upon delivery of a product, you shall unwrap the product and put it on the even floor or where
you want to use it. Then you shall check if the following items are in it.
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Main Body
User’s Manual
One Power Cord
Two Brackets
- These are not supplied in SHR-2040.
- Brackets are used to attach the product to the rack.
Smart Viewer Software CD (PDF Manual included)
Special Screws
- SHR-2041 : SCREW-SPECIAL 12EA
- SHR-2042 : SCREW-SPECIAL 4EA
- SHR-2040 : SCREW 4EA (Code : 6001-000742)
- Please keep special screws for HDD addition.
2 EA of RS-485/Alarm Terminal Block
Main Body
SHR-2040
Main Body
SHR-2041
Main Body
SHR-2042
CD
Bracket
Power Cord
User’s Manual
Screw
RS-485/Alarm
Terminal Block
WARNING) SHR-2040 set must use the adapter we provide.
Adapter : ADP-5412
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Adapter
(Only 2040)
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HDD Addition
Caution
[Checking HDD Data]
Please, pay attention to Following information to minimize the chance of losing HDD data.
- Remember that you should protect HDD from any impact or misuse as this may cause damaged.
- The Manufacturer is not responsible for missing data or defects caused by the user’s mishandling.
Note: Adding Extra HDD. Check in advance that the HDD is compatible with the manufacturer’s DVR.
Examples that can cause loss of data or damage HDD.
- Any outside Impact on the case which could happen whilst disassembling or setting up the DVR.
- Power cut or incorrect shutdown whilst the DVR is operating.
- Refer to page 5-11 : how to turn off DVR
- Moving or causing any impact on the DVR during operation. Please, back up events as soon as possible to minimize
disappointment should HDD data be lost.
SHR-2040 HDD ADDITION
The user can add 1 HDD to this product. However, there are many factors that can cause electrical shock, accidents, and malfunctioning of the device inside of the product. When the user
does not correctly install or apply the proper settings, the device may not recognize the HDD or
the device will not run. Therefore, before adding any HDDs, it is recommended that the user
contacts a specialist where they purchased the product.
[Caution when adding a HDD]
When adding HDDs, pay attention so that the cable doesn’t get caught between unsuitable places
or the cable’s insulation doesn’t come off. (This may cause a malfunction or fire.)
■ When adding HDDs, be careful not to receive any injury from the pointed edges inside the product.
■ Pay attention so as not to lose the disassembled screws or accessories.
If the screws or accessories are not put together, the product will either malfunction or won’t be
able to operate.
■ Check the compatibility list of HDDs before installing additional HDDs. The list of the compatible
devices with Samsung DVR can be obtained from your vendor.
■ If you contact the RTC battery while adding hard disks, the battery failure may happen. In this
case, you will encounter failures when setting the time and operating DVR.
■ If you don’t connect fan power cables after adding hard disks, the fan failure message appears on
the screen. This can cause operation failures because it raises the temperature inside your DVR.
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[Setting the Jumper]
The jumper setting method is illustrated on the surface of the purchased HDD.
Using SAMSUNG hard disk, the jumper setting method is as follows:
• HDD jumper for Primary Master and Primary Slave.
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[How to Add a HDD]
1. To remove the product’s cover, take out the screws on the left and right sides (2 spots each)
and on the back (3 spots).
2. Remove the cover from the product. (Remove the cover by first lifting its back part upward
after sliding the cover slightly backward.)
3. There is bracket-HDD mounted on the back where you can mount a HDD, and you have to
remove the screws (4 spots) that are holding the bracket that you want to mount an HDD onto.
BRACKET-HDD
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4. Remove the bracket-HDD from the product by lifting it upward from the product.
5. Mount the HDD to the bracket-HDD with the SCREW-TAPTITE (BW, +, S, M3, L6, ZPC)
(4 spots) that was provided as an accessory. (The screws have to be tightened so that it
doesn’t vibrate loose.)
6. Re-mount the built-in HDD bracket-HDD to the place where it was separated from.
The work order for mounting the BRACKET-HDD is in reverse from when disassembling it.
Tighten the screw after the BRACKET-HDD’s mounting holes are perfectly aligned with four
mounting spots on the bottom.)
SCREWDRIVER
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7. Make sure that the bracket-HDD is mounted stably inside the product, then connect the
power supply cable and signal transmission cable (IDE cable) to the HDD.
8. Check if there is any problem with connector or wiring inside of the product for connecting
and mounting then close the cover.
9. Tighten cover mounting screws. (The left and right side each has 2 spots and the back side
has 3 spots)
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SHR-2041 HDD ADDITION
The user can add 3 HDDs to this product.
However, there are many factors that can cause electrical shock, accidents, and malfunctioning
of the device inside of the product. When the user does not correctly install or apply the proper
settings, the device may not recognize the HDD or the device will not run. Therefore, before
adding any HDDs, it is recommended that the user contacts a specialist where you purchased
the product.
[Caution when adding a HDD]
When adding HDDs, pay attention so that the cable doesn’t get caught between unsuitable places
or the cable’s insulation doesn’t come off. (This may cause a malfunction or fire.)
■ When adding HDDs, be careful not to receive any injury from the pointed edges inside the product.
■ Pay attention so as not to lose the disassembled screws or accessories.
If the screws or accessories are not put together, the product will either malfunction or will be inop
erable.
■ Check the compatibility list of HDDs before installing additional HDDs. The list of the compatible
devices with Samsung DVR can be obtained from your vendor.
■ If you contact the RTC battery while adding hard disks, the battery failure may happen. In this
case, you will encounter failures when setting the time and operating DVR.
■ If you don’t connect fan power cables after adding hard disks, the fan failure message appears on
the screen. This can cause operation failures because it raises the temperature inside your DVR.
■
[Setting the Jumper]
The jumper setting method is illustrated on the surface of the purchased HDD.
Using SAMSUNG hard disk, the jumper setting method is as follows:
• HDD jumper for Primary Master and Primary Slave.
• Jumper setting for Secondary Master and Secondary Slave.
[How to Add a HDD]
1. To remove the product’s cover, take out the screws on the left and right sides (5 spots each)
and on the back (1 spot).
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2. Remove the cover from the product. (Remove the cover by first lifting its back part upward
after sliding the cover slightly backward.)
3. There is a bracket (bracket-HDD) mounted on the right and left sides where you can mount
the HDD, and you have to remove the screws that are holding the bracket that you want to
mount an HDD onto.
BRACKET-HDD
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4. Remove the bracket-HDD from the product by separating the power supply cable, signal
transmission cable (IDE cable), and fan cable then pulling it toward the center of the product
to separate its fixed part from the bottom.
5. Mount the HDD to the bracket-HDD with the SCREW-SPECIAL (BWH, 6-32UNC, L10.5)
(4 spots) that was provided as an accessory. (The screws have to be tightened so that it
doesn’t vibrate loose.)
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6. Re-mount the built-in HDD bracket-HDD to the place where it was separated from.
Place the bracket-HDD so that all five mounting spots on the bottom and the bracket-HDD’s
mounting holes are perfectly aligned, then slide it toward the outside of the product and tigh
ten the screws.
7. Make sure that the bracket-HDD is mounted stably inside of the product, then connect the
power supply cable, signal transmission cable (IDE cable), and fan cable to the HDD.
MASTER HDD
SLAVE HDD
8. Check if there is any problem with connector or wiring inside of the product for connecting
and mounting then close the cover.
9. Tighten cover mounting screws. (The left and right side each has 5 spots and the back side
has 1 spot)
Caution
When mounting an additional HDD, the primary master has to be mounted.
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SHR-2042 HDD ADDITION
The user can add up to 2 HDDs to this product.
However, there are many factors that can cause electrical shock, accidents, and malfunctioning
of the device inside of the product. When the user does not correctly install or apply the proper
settings, the device may not recognize the HDD or the device will not run. Therefore, before
adding any HDDs, it is recommended that the user contacts a specialist where they purchased
the product.
[Caution when adding a HDD]
When adding HDDs, pay attention so that the cable doesn’t get caught between unsuitable places
or the cable’s insulation doesn’t come off. (This may cause a malfunction or fire.)
■ When adding HDDs, be careful not to receive any injury from the pointed edges inside the product.
■ Pay attention so as not to lose the disassembled screws or accessories.
If the screws or accessories are not put together, the product will either malfunction or will be inop
erable.
■ Check the compatibility list of HDDs before installing additional HDDs. The list of the compatible
devices with Samsung DVR can be obtained from your vendor.
■ If you contact the RTC battery while adding hard disks, the battery failure may happen. In this
case, you will encounter failures when setting the time and operating DVR.
■ If you don’t connect fan power cables after adding hard disks, the fan failure message appears on
the screen. This can cause operation failures because it raises the temperature inside your DVR.
■
[Setting the Jumper]
The jumper setting method is illustrated on the surface of the purchased HDD.
Using SAMSUNG hard disk, the jumper setting method is as follows:
• HDD jumper for Primary Master and Primary Slave.
• Jumper setting for Secondary Master (CD-RW) and Secondary Slave.
[How to Add a HDD]
1. To remove the product’s cover, take out the screws on the left and right sides (5 spots each)
and on the back (1 spot).
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2. Remove the cover from the product. (Remove the cover by first lifting its back part upward
after sliding the cover slightly backward.)
3. There is a bracket (bracket-HDD) mounted on the right and left sides where you can mount
the HDD, and you have to remove the screws that are holding the bracket that you want to
mount an HDD onto.
BRACKET-HDD(A)
BRACKET-HDD(B)
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4. Remove the bracket-HDD (A) from the product by disconnecting the power supply cable,
signal transmission cable (IDE cable), and fan cable then pulling it toward the center of the
product to disconnect its fixed part from the bottom. Remove the bracket-HDD (B) by lifting it
up after removing the screws.
5. Mount the HDD to the bracket-HDD with the (A)SCREW-SPECIAL (BWH,6-32UNC,L10.5)
and (B)SCREW-TAPTITE (BH,+,S,M3,L6,ZPC) (4 spots) that was provided as an accessory.
(The screws have to be tightened so that it doesn’t vibrate loose.)
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6. Re-mount the built-in HDD bracket-HDD to the place where it was removed from.
Place the bracket-HDD(A) so that all the five fixing areas in the bottom and the
bracket-HDD’s fixing holes can perfectly aligned, then slide it outward of the product and
tighten the screws. For the bracket-HDD (B), place it so that all the four fixed areas at the
bottom and the bracket-HDD’s fixed holes can perfectly aligned, then tighten the screws.)
7. Make sure that the bracket-HDD is mounted stably inside of the product, then connect the
power supply cable and signal transmission cable (IDE cable) to the HDD.
MASTER HDD
SLAVE HDD
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8. Check if there is any problem with connector or wiring inside of the product for connecting
and mounting then close the cover.
9. Tighten cover mounting screws. (The left and right side each has 5 spots and back side has
1 spot)
Caution
When mounting an additional HDD, the primary master has to be mounted.
The HDD has to be set as the primary master, and the CD-RW has to be set as the secondary
master.
When adding a HDD, please add the same kind of HDD that you used for this product.
For HDD addition, please select the same HDD with the existing HDD fixed to the product as
far as possible.
- Jumper settings when mounting 2 SHR-2040 HDDs
Due to the limited space, set the jumper for both HDDs to the master mode for the
SHR-2040.
➝ 1st HDD : Master mode (Primary IDE Cable),
2nd HDD : Master mode (Secondary IDE Cable)
- Extra precaution is necessary for the SHR-2042. The built-in CD-RW is set up as the
secondary mater.
➝ 1st HDD : Master mode (Primary IDE Cable),
2nd HDD : Slave mode (Primary IDE Cable),
3rd HDD : Slave Mode (Secondary IDE Cable)The internal CD-RW is connected to the
secondary master.) respectively
Both HDDs attached to Primary Slot and Secondary Slot should be set to Master and Slave
respectively. Refer to User’s Manual for Master or Slave Jumper Setting.
In the event of only one HDD installation, it shall be inserted into the Primary slot.
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WARNING
! Regarding the sub fan, you need additional brackets and sub fans as follows.
The sub fan is shaped like this when viewed from the front and back. Please pay attention to
the fan direction to let wind go through the fan.
@ Fix the fan as follows
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# Please install the fan which is seen at the right from the front view of SHR-set as follows.
$ The cable should be out from the left hole.
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Chapter 3
Connecting with
other device
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Connecting the Network
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Connecting to Internet through Ethernet(10/100BaseT)
[SHR-2040]
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Connecting to Internet through ADSL
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Connecting to Internet through Ethernet(10/100BaseT)
[SHR-2041/2042]
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Connecting to Internet through ADSL
[SHR-2041/2042]
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Connecting the USB
1. There are two USB connecting ports on the front and back of SHR-2040/2041/2042.
2. USB Hard Disk, USB CD/DVD, and USB Memory are connected through the front and back
ports of SHR-2040/2041/2042.
3. Only one USB device can be connected with each USB connecting port.
4. If the USB HDD is connected to the system, it should be detected and set through
Menu - System - HDD setup before the operation.
5. It supplies the function of HOT PLUG, which connects/removes the USB device, during the
system operation.
Note
See 5-8 System (HDD Setup) of User’s Manual.
Caution
- USB port on the front and back of SHR-2040/2041/2042 cannot be connected to same kinds
of USB device. (For example, the case is that 2 CD-RW devices or 2 USB Memories are used
by connection with the front and back of system.)
- If you use the USB Memory on SHR-2040/2041/2042, it should be composed of the format
being supported by SHR-2040/2041/2042. Although you format it with FAT32 format on PC,
it will be re-formatted, in case of (when) connecting with SHR-2040/2041/2042.
Caution
- The hard disk of USB device should be set to Master.
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Connecting the Alarm Input/Output
The Alarm IN/OUT port in the back of SHR-2040/2041/2042 is composed of the following
elements.
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ALARM IN/OUT Connection
Name
Function
- ALARM IN1
- ALARM IN2
- ALARM IN3
- ALARM IN4
ALARM Input Port
2
- ALARM RESET IN
On receiving an ALARM RESET signal, the
system cancels the current ALARM input and
output signal and then resumes sensing.
3
- ALARM OUT1
- ALARM OUT2
ALARM Output Port
1
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Connecting the RS-485 Device
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Connect the RS-485 Device through the back port of SHR- SHR-2040/2041/2042.
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You can install and control the PTZ camera supporting the RS-485 communication.
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You can adopt either Half Duplex or Full Duplex method for the connection.
PTZ device
SHR-2040/2041/2042
Rear
Half Duplex Type
Data (–)
Tx(–)
Data (+)
Tx(+)
Full Duplex Type
Rx(+)
Rx(–)
Tx(–)
Rx(–)
Rx(+)
Tx(+)
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Baud Rate supports 600 / 1200 / 2400 / 4800 / 9600 / 19200 / 38400.
Caution
Check if RS-485 device is compatible with SHR-2040/2041/2042 first.
Then pay attention not to change the polarity(+, -) of RS-485 when connecting it.
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System Operation
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Turn the power on and the following LOGO pops up on the screen.
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After the LOGO appears, all of LED in the front flickers 6 times to initialize the system for
operation.
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Upon completion of normal initialization, the Live screen appears accompanying a beep
sound.
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It requires 30 to 40 seconds until the Live screen appears.
Note
If a new HDD is installed, it may require more time to be appeared the Live screen due to the
initialization time of a new HDD.
If the Live screen does not appear continuously or the LED in front repeats flickering, please
check the connection between inside and outside. If the system does not operate in normal,
contact with the shop where you bought the product.
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The Live screen does not affect the earlier MENU setup. If you reboot the system
after power-off during recording, the Live screen will appear, accompanying recording.
Note
If the Live screen dose not appear, check if the Video Out comes out in Composite mode or
VGA mode.
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Live Screen Mode
Definition of Live Screen Icon
The Live screen icons display the current setup and function status of each screen.
CAM_01
V.Loss
CAM_01
: Recording Icon
Each icon represents Normal / Event (Alarm + Motion) / Schedule Recording.
: Recording Video Size Icon
Each icon represents the recording size of Large / Normal / CIF.
- Large : Full D1 - (NTSC) 720X480 (PAL) 720X576
- Normal : Half D1 - (NTSC) 720X240 (PAL) 720X288
- CIF
: CIF - (NTSC) 352X240 (PAL) 352X288
(Full D1 is supported only when “1 CH DVR support”)
: Recording lock icon
It indicates record lock while in record setup.
This icon appears while recording with the recording lock set.
You have to enter a password to cancel the recording.
: PTZ Icon
This icon appears when setting the PTZ device with the PTZ icon and changes to
yellow color when operating the PTZ.
: Audio Icon
This icon represents the Audio On/Off status and changes to yellow color at the
Audio On. It does not appear in the Video mode or Audio Disable.
: Sensor In Event Icon
This icon appears in the channel linked with the external sensor signal when inputting
the signal at the Sensor On.
: Motion Event Icon
This icon appears in the Motion Event channel at the Motion Detection On.
: Zoom Icon
This icon appears at the Zoom On or Zoom In and disappears when canceling the Zoom On.
: Freeze Icon
This icon appears in the Freeze mode and disappears when canceling the Freeze.
: HDD Recording Disk Full Icon
This icon appears when the recording space is full in the HDD.
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: Auto sequence Icon
This icon appears in the auto sequence mode.
: Backup Playback Icon
This icon appears when the backup data is played.
: Fan Error Icon
This icon appears when the fan stops.
: No HDD icon
This icon appears when there is a dysfunctional hard disk.
V.Loss / V.Off : Video Input Status
If there is no more video data input in the Video On, [V.Loss] appears in the channel.
If you set Video On/Off to Off, [V.Off] will appear.
Definition of Live Screen Mode
The system receives 3 live images and displays them in the following 3 modes.
CAM_01
CAM_02
CAM_03
CAM_04
4 Split Mode
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➞
➞
CAM_01
CAM_02
PIP Mode
Auto sequence Mode
4 Split Mode:
Four channels are split in the screen separately.
You are able to choose a channel as you want to in each split mode.
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PIP(Picture In Picture) Mode:
Displays a one-fourth sized screen in the full screen. You are able to choose a channel as
you want to, which is displayed in the full screen and reduced screen area. You may move
the PIP screen at 5 stages in the Full screen with the œ,ƒkey.
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Auto sequence Mode:
Displays the full screen of each channel in sequence according to the setup time.
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Selecting Live Screen Mode
Each mode may be selected by [MODE Button] and [CH1 ~ CH4 Button].
The following figure shows Live Mode after converted.
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The default setup is 4 Split Screen Mode.
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You are able to choose other modes than Full Screen Mode by the [MODE] button in
sequence. Whenever you press the [MODE] button, the system will change [4Split] ➝ [PIP]
➝ [auto sequence] ➝ [4 Split] in sequence.
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If you press [CH1~CH4 button], you will be able to see the full screen of each channel.
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The MODE button is used to return to the previous split mode screen from a full screen
mode.
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Live Channel Selection and Audio On/Off Setup
In other split modes than Full Screen Mode and Auto Sequence Mode, you can choose a channel
to be displayed in each split area on your own. In addition, the channel being set to Audio On can
be set to Audio On/Off in all Live Modes.
Audio On/Off Setup in the Full Screen
In full screen mode, the selected channel’s Audio automatically turns on, and you can set the
audio on and off as you toggle the audio button. Depending on the Audio On/Off setup
condition, the Audio icon of the channel changes to the Yellow/white color.
Audio On/Off Setup in the 4 Split Mode
If you press [ENTER] Button in the 4 Split Mode, the selection cursor in the following figure
will appear and the channel concerned will be selected. If you press the Audio button in the status
of being selected a channel, you can set Audio On/Off for the channel concerned. Depending on
the Audio On/Off setup condition, the Audio icon of the channel changes to the Yellow/white color.
CAM_01
CAM_02
CAM_03
CAM_04
Channel Selection and Audio On/Off Setup in the PIP Mode
As in the 4 Split Mode, if you press [ENTER] button in the PIP Mode, the selection cursor appears
and the concerned channel is selected. With being selected a channel, you can select a channel
on the current screen by the [CH1 ~ CH4] button and set Audio On/Off by the Audio button as in
the 4 Split Mode. Depending on the Audio On/Off setup condition, the Audio icon of the channel
changes to the Yellow/white color.
Note
Audio On/Off of 4 split mode cannot be set in the playback screen.
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Freeze and Zoom
Freeze Function
Freeze function pauses the video image in the Live Screen, it is only available in the Live Mode.
You can set freeze to on or off with the [FREEZE] button.
Zoom Function
Zoom function enlarges the selected area to double size, and it is only available in the
single mode.
If the [ZOOM] button is pressed in the single mode, the Zoom area appears. Use the
UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT key to adjust the position of Zoom area. After selecting the Zoom area,
press the [Enter] button to display the selection area in double size. You can adjust the video
image position with the UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT key at the Zoom in state. For Zoom off at the
Zoom in state, use the [ZOOM] button.
[ZOOM LED] is turned on or off depending on the Zoom On/Off setup condition.
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Event Monitoring
Event monitoring displays the channel synchronized with a event on the screen when a special
event (Sensor/Motion/Video Loss) occurs. Event monitoring On/Off and event duration setup is
available in [Menu] ➝ [Monitoring] mode.
If you set the event monitoring interval to 5 seconds and an event occurs at CH2 in
the beginning as following figure, the system will display CH2 in the full screen for 5 second.
If another event occurs within 5 seconds, it is displayed together with the existing event. As the
following figure, both CH1 and CH3 events occur within 5 seconds (for example, after 4
seconds) after occurring CH2 event, these three events are split into 4 screens.
If the new event does not occurs during the event duration, the system will return to the
previous Live mode. Pressing the [ALARM] button during the event duration makes the event
monitoring stop. On occurring an event, [ALARM LED] is turned on. Press the [ALARM] button
to turn [ALARM LED] off.
The alarm setup is initialized and the event icon disappears, and the event monitoring is off if it
is on when pressing the [ALARM] button. After the alarm goes off, if the event recording,
pre-event time, and post-event time have been set, then the event recording will go on for the
duration of the setup time.
Note
The Alarm LED does not turn off even though the event recording is finished. To turn the
Alarm LED off, press the [ALARM] button.
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Spot-out Monitoring
Spot-out Monitoring has nothing to do with Live Screen Output, it monitors the full screen of a
certain channel. If you select the Monitoring in the MENU, the one channel among CH1 ~ CH4
is output with a Spot-out or channels are output one by one at an interval as Auto Sequence
Mode in the Live Mode. Live screen icon does not appear in the spot-out monitoring.
The interval is as same as the Auto Sequence time in the Live Mode. If the Spot-out Event
Monitoring is On, it is possible to see the event channel with Spot-out. In case of simultaneous
event occurrence at more than one channel, the lowest numbered event channel has the first
priority to be spotted out.
Caution
If the built-in HDD is not connected, or it operates with power applying in error,(
indicating "built-in HDD error" is displayed at the top of left.
At this time,
)
(1) Live screen mode
(2) Monitoring mode by Smart Viewer
operate only and the other functions including recording, search, playback, menu
setup, and PTZ do not operate.
If the above problem is occurred, be sure to contact a service center to settle the problem.
Caution
If the fan in a set does not operate or has a problem, a fan error message pops up in the live
screen as below picture. And the fan error icon
appears at the top of left . If it is, check
the fan in the set. The icon at the top of left disappears automatically if the fan recovers its
operation.
Fan Information
A error occurs in the fan.
Refer to the manual.
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User validation for entering the MENU window
Press the “MENU” key to enter the Menu Setup window. Select Menu out of Menu, Backup,
and Shutdown in the Setup field. (You can also perform the Backup and Shutdown functions
after this user validation checkup.) The ID is fixed to Admin because only the user with
Admin privilege can enter the Menu window. Input the Admin password you have defined
and select OK.
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Selection
The yellow cursor shows the current window. Use the œ,ƒ,¦, ‹ key in the front to move
the cursor on your desirous menu. If you press the “Enter” key with the cursor clicking on
your desirable menu, the system will enter the new mode.
Press the “Enter” key to finish the selection. On seeing Drop Down Menu, use the œ or ƒ
key to move the cursor on your desirable menu.
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“OK” or “Cancel” in Menu Setup Window
Once changed, the new menu setup procedure will be finalized by pressing “OK”.
Pressing “Cancel” will cancel the new setup and return to the upper menu.
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Front “MENU” and “SEARCH” Button
The MENU button or SEARCH button, if pressed first, acts as an entrance button.
Once entering, it reverses the page to the previous one. When the MENU button is pressed
in any of the Setup menus, it changes to the upper menu. If you press the MENU button in
Live mode, the password window appears for user validation.
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The “>” or “V” mark beside the title copies the line in the arrow direction to the value of the
first line.
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The first page of the menu is structured as follows.
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System
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System Menu has the following items in detail.
Date/Time/Language Setup
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Date
Press the “Enter” key and the ¦, ‹ key to move to Y/M/D.
Use the œ, ƒkey to change the date.
Press the “Enter” key to come out of the mode.
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Time
Press the “Enter” key and the ¦, ‹ key to move to H/M/S.
Use the œ, ƒ key to change the time.
Press the “Enter” key to come out of the mode.
Once changed, the date and time will remain unchanged until you press “OK” or
“Cancel”.
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Note
[Date/Time Change]
Pressing “OK” after you change date and time, you will be asked by a pop-up window
if you really confirm the change. Here, press ”Yes” to change the time. Since Date/Time does
not change in backup process, be sure to stop the backup process before you change
Date/Time. If the date or time is changed, the system reboots.
Caution
[Date/Time Change]
If the Date/Time changes to the original value, the data recorded before the change may be
deleted. For example, if the time is changed from 8 am to 7 am, all the data recorded between
7 am and 8 am will be deleted.
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Date Format
The system supports 3 formats, YYYY-MM-DD / DD-MM-YYYY / MM-DD-YYYY.
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Time Format
The system supports 2 formats, 24 Hour / 12 Hour(AM/PM).
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Language
After selecting a language, OSD is expressed in the selected language.
The available language is added in the list.
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DST (Daylight Saving Time)
DST sets the clock one hour ahead the local standard time. This setting enables
the system to display the time adjusted for DST. If the DST is set to Off, it does not
apply. To set the DST, enter the start time and end time on the right. It allows you
to set month, week (e.g. 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, last), day, and time.
Note
[On DST Setup]
Backup in progress will be cancelled. Recording in progress will be suspended for a moment
until rebooting.
Caution
[Ending DST]
As the system goes one hour earlier, the data recorded since an hour ago will be deleted.
As DST activates at the preset time, you are recommended to take the utmost care of
preventing any trouble incurred by data deletion or rebooting.
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Password
The factory default password for Admin and user privileges is "4321." In case of user
privilege, you can select any of 5 users (User1 to User5) and assign user access
rights for the selected user. If you press Setup in User Authority, all the access rights
are selected.
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The Default Password is 4321.
New Password
This is used to change the system password inside SHR-2160/2162/2080/2082.
You are allowed to create a password up to 8 digits. Press the “Enter” key and a
channel button from 1~9,10(operates as 0) at the left. Press the “Enter” key after
change to move to “New Password Confirm”.
New Password Confirm
This confirms a new password. You shall be obliged to input New Password in
the above row first. Without New Password input, New Password Confirm input
has no effect.
Password Lock
If it is set to On, a pop-up window for user validation (You have to fill in the Setup,
ID, and Password fields.) appears every time you select a menu. If it is set to Off,
you can enter menus without entering the password.
Record Lock
If the Record Lock is set to On, a pop-up window, asking for the password appears
while disabling the recording.
User Authority
You can select any of Search, Backup, PTZ, and Shutdown. As an example, if the
user has no access right for Search, the user cannot enter the Search menu.
All Key Lock On
If you select this, the system will enter the live mode immediately. If you press any
button on the front panel or remote control, the password input window appears. If
the correct password is input, the lock function is deactivated.
Note
[All Key Lock On]
If you select this, the system immediately switches to the live mode and all buttons are locked.
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Load Factory Default
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It used to initialize all the menu setup values. The recorded data will not be deleted.
Press “OK” in the confirmation window to start initializing.
System Log
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System Log is used to check the important record by an administrator.
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It displays such contents of a system related log and its execution date/time as System
Start, System Termination, and Menu Setup Change.
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First : Moves to the first Log page.
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Prev : Moves to the previous Log page.
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Next : Moves to the next Log page.
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Last : Moves to the recent Log page.
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Event Log
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It used to check the record regarding Event like Alarm / Motion / Video Loss.
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It displays the contents of a log regarding event and its execution date / time.
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First : Returns to the first Log page.
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Prev : Back to the previous Log page.
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Next : Forwards to the next Log page.
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Last : Moves to the recent Log.
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Event Log List
Video Loss CH[N]
Means the occurrence of Channel [N] Video Loss.
Alarm Detection CH[N]
Means the occurrence of Channel [N] alarm.
Motion Detection CH[N]
Means the occurrence of Channel [N] Motion.
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System Information and Setup
This setup window provides the following setting items:
● Software Version: Displays the current software version. The value cannot be changed.
● Broadcast Format: Displays the current broadcast format (NTSC/PAL). The value
cannot be changed.
● Mac Address: 6-Byte hardware address. The value cannot be changed.
● USB S/W Upgrade
You can update the software using an USB device. If there is no device, None is
displayed. If the USB memory has an upgrade software, its version is displayed.
To upgrade the software stored in the USB device, select the check box on the
right and press OK.
Caution
[USB S/W Upgrade]
Download the software to upgrade at http://www.samsung.com, CCTV Part.
If the USB memory to upgrade has a format not being supported by DVR set, the upgrade is
impossible.
In this case, use the “device erase” of menu 5-7 system information and setup.
Only one file to upgrade is allowed in the USB Memory.
Storage Setup
You can configure the storage device related settings.
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Device Information
Displays the number, capacity, and usage of ATA and USB devices. The displayed
values are not changed. You can remove the data in HDD or USB memory after
checking in the Erase box.
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Disk End Mode
Stop: Stops recording when the disk is full while recording is still in progress.
Overwrite: Deletes the previously recorded data to store new data when the disk is
full during recording.
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Disk End Beep
On: Beeps when the disk is full while recording.
Off: Although the disk is full while recording, it doesn't make beep sound.
Note 1
[Internal HDD]
This is a physical hard disk connected with the IDE cable inside the SHR-2160/2162/2080/2082 main
body, and stores data.
[External HDD]
This is a physical hard disk connected with the port and terminal in the back of the
SHR-2160/2162/2080/2082 main body, and stores data.
This can be used as Extended HDD or Backup HDD.
- Extended HDD : Supplements Internal HDD quantity. Connected, it takes the place
of Internal HDD.
- Backup HDD : Backs up the data recorded in the set.
Note 2
[ATA]
Usage : Internal HDD
This is a physical hard disk connected with the IDE cable inside the SHR-2160/2162/2080/2082 main
body.
[USB]
Usage : External HDD(Extended HDD or Backup HDD)
It is physical hardware that is connected to the front/back part of the SHR-2160/2162/2080/2082 with
the USB port.
Caution
[Device Erase]
Data will not be deleted in the backup mode.
Please be sure to stop the backup before you delete a data. In the recording mode, suspend
the recording and delete a data.
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Caution
When the Disk end mode is set to Overwrite and the HDD overwrites the data that was previously backed up, the backup start time may be changed or the backup process may be cancelled.
[Disk Overwrite]
When Overwrite is selected, the previous event data is to be deleted and the mode is also
changed.
Export/Import the Configuration
This menu is used to export or import the DVR-related settings to/from the USB memory.
The related settings are as the following:
● Mode: You can select any of Import and Export.
● File Name or File Open: The file naming is YYMMDD00 by default. “00” is the
serial number so it increases by 1. If you want to change the file naming,
press the ENTER button. The virtual keyboard appears for you to change the
input value. In case of Import, the name of the import file that is included in
the inserted USB appears. When the importing completes, your DVR
automatically reboots.
● Include S/W Settings: In case of Export, it remains checked. But with Import,
you can change the selection. Import/Export function does not affect for the
Motion Detection Setup Area and Record Schedule.
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Remote control Device
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MENU for the use of Samsung system keyboard
Remote Control Device
Device
Samsung System Keyboard
ID
Baudrate
Parity
Date
Stop
Duplex
000
9600
None
8
1
Half Duplex
OK
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Cancel
Device
A Remote Control Device, being connected to the RS485 port.
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ID
This is a private ID of SHR-2040/2041/2042.
This private ID is essential for SSC-2000 because SSC-2000 can control many
SHR-2040/2041/2042 DVRs.
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Baudrate
Baudrate to communicate with SSC-2000
It should be same to SSC-2000 Baudrate for communication.
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Parity
Sets up one of None / Even / Odd.
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Data
Sets up either 7 or 8.
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Stop
Sets up either 1 or 2.
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Duplex
Sets up either Half Duplex or Full Duplex.
Note
You cannot use the PTZ device device and remote control device at the same time, because of
communication problems.
In PTZ control mode, DVR's PTZ mode is canceled when remote control mode is connected,
and the remote control device is disconnected when the DVR changes to PTZ mode while
controlling the DVR with a remote control device.
Refer to the remote control device manual on how to control the DVR's PTZ device in the
remote control device.
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System Shutdown
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Terminates the work in action safely and turns the power off. Press “OK” in the confirmation
window and plug out when you see “Safe to Power Off”.
Caution
[System Shutdown]
Power-off without terminating the system in the System Shutdown menu may incur
improper motion like data loss and disk failure. Power-off shall be done in the System
Shutdown menu.
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Camera
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The detailed Camera Menu items are as follows.
Camera Config.
g
Cam
1
2
3
4
Video
On
On
On
On
Audio
Off
Off
Off
Off
Title
CAM_01
CAM_02
CAM_03
CAM_04
Auto Seq
5sec
5sec
5sec
5sec
OK
Cancel
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Video
On : Camera images from a selected channel appear.
Off : Camera images from a selected channel disappear.
Covert1 : Displays the information except for the Video information of selected channel.
Covert2 : Does not display the any information.
Audio/Cam name/Auto sequence setup are impossible in the Off channel.
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Audio
On : Makes the sound of selected channel on.
Off : Makes the sound of selected channel off.
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Title
You can name the camera of selected channel.
If you press the [Enter] key, the Virtual keyboard will come out.
‹Virtual Keyboard
If you move the cursor, you can type text by text.
Up to 15 texts can be typed.
Keyboard cannot be composed of all spaces.
Pressing Caps Lock changes the keyboard that can be selected. (2 Modes)
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Auto Sequence
You are allowed to set the duration of each channel at the Auto Sequence channel in the
Live Mode.
A channel, set to Off, does not operate in the Auto Sequence Mode.
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PTZ Device
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ID
It is an ID for PTZ Camera and available to set from 0 to 255.
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Protocol
It is supported by the PTZ device.
The following protocols are now being supported.
Samsung / Vic. / Pan. / AD / Phi. / Ern. / Pel-D / Pel-P / Vcl. / Dia. / Kal. /Tech.
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Baurate
Baurate is supported by the PTZ device. 600 / 1200 / 2400 / 4800 / 9600 / 19200 / 38400
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Parity
It is set to the one of None, Even, and Odd.
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Data
It is set to either 7 or 8.
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Stop
It is set to either 1 or 2.
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Duplex
It is set to either Half Duplex or Full Duplex.
Caution
The above items shall be same to the PTZ device setup.
For the details, please refer to User Manual of the PTZ device manufacturer.
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Screen Setup
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It is a window to set Brightness/Contrast/Color for the camera image of each channel.
Put the cursor on the channel that you want to adjust and set Brightness/Contrast/Color.
Once selected, the channel appears in the right PIP area. Use the œ or ƒ button to adjust
the value from 0 to 100.
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If you select CH >, all the channels will have the same values as the selected channel.
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“Default value” resets the current channel to the basic value of 50.
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Monitoring
Monitoring
Event Monitoring
OSG Display
Spot Out Channel
Spot Out Event Monitor
Monitor Out
Duration
Date
Time
Title
Status
CH1
Off
Composite Out
Off
On
On
On
On
OK
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Cancel
Event Monitoring
It is possible to set to Off / 3sec / 5sec / 10sec / 20sec / 30sec / Continuous.
① Off : Event Monitoring does not operate to turn to the screen where an event occurs.
➁ 3sec / 5sec / 10sec / 20sec / 30sec : Sets the duration time of screen in the Auto
Sequence mode.
➂ Continuous : The Event Monitoring screen remains alive until you press the “Alarm”
button in the front to cancel the screen manually.
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OSG Display
① Date : The date is displayed on the screen when it is On, and not displayed when it is Off.
➁ Time : The time is displayed on the screen when it is On, and not displayed when it is Off.
➂ Cam name : The Cam name is displayed on the screen when it is on, and not displayed
when it is off.
➃ Status : Audio/Ptz is displayed on the screen when it is on, and not displayed when it is off.
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Spot Out Channel
Spot Out channel is used to let one of two monitors monitor a channel, focusing on it.
Spot Out channel supplies two functions, continuous monitoring of only one channel and
Auto Sequence to display all the channels one by one.
① Auto Sequence setup ranges from Ch1 to Ch 4.
➁ In the Auto Sequence mode, Spot Out channels are displayed in turn.
➂ Duration time for Auto Sequence is as same as set for Camera setup.
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Spot Out Event Monitor
Sets if event monitoring will be executed for Spot Out channels.
① Off : The event monitoring dose not operate in the Spot Out channel.
➁ 3sec / 5sec / 10sec / 20sec / 30sec : Sets the duration time of screen in the Auto
Sequence mode.
➂ Continuous : Once scrolled down, the screen remains displayed until you delete “Alarm”
LED in the front manually.
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Monitor
You are not allowed to connect VGA OUT and Composite / S-Video OUT
simultaneously. Consequently, the user is obliged to choose either Composite Output
or S-Video Output.
① Composite : Makes the output come out through the “Composite / S-Video OUT” port.
➁ VGA : Makes the output come out through the “VGA Out” port.
When changing the output from Composite to VGA or from VGA to Composite, the
system reboots automatically.
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Multi-channel change
You can set changes for a split screen.
You can set it to 3, 5, 10, 20, or 30 seconds.
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1 CH Support
1 CH DVR is supported. If 1 CH Support is On, 1 CH is supported.
If 1 CH Support is Off, 4 CH is supported.
If 1 CH Support is On, a set reboots and support 1 CH.
Caution
[Video Out]
When setting the Composite Output, VGA output does not come out.
When setting the VGA Output, Composite Output does not come out.
If you press the No. 1 button for 5 seconds in the Live Mode with keeping the MODE button
pressed, the system will change from VGA to COMPOSITE or from COMPOSITE to VGA and
reboot.
[1 CH support]
In the case of 1 CH support, the event monitoring, Spot out channel, Spot out event
monitoring cannot be set.
Full D1/Half D1/CIF is supported for the video size in the 1 CH.
If the Full D1 is set and 1 CH support Off is selected, the video size in the 4 CH set to CIF.
In the 1 CH setup, the system value is initialized.
[Video Output]
VGA output : 640 X 480 (60Hz)
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Recording Mode
Record Mode
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Details for Record Mode Menu are as follows.
NTSC
PAL
If you press the front “REC” button, the mode value to be recorded will be set.
☛ For the setup of Event Recording Mode value, refer to 5-20. Event Recording
Mode Setup Menu.
● Mode
On : The current channel is recorded if the REC button is pressed.
Off : The current channel is not recorded even thought the REC button is pressed. The
default value is set to “On”.
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Quality
It sets the Quality.
Set to the one among Very High / High / Standard / Low
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Rate
It sets the Rate means the number of screen recorded every second.
If it is set to 15.00 ips(NTSC) / 12.50 ips(PAL), the system records too many screens per
second and the playback continues intermittently since recording is more detailed.
This is appropriate for concentrated monitoring zone setup.
IIn case of NTSC, select one out of 30.00 ips / 15.00 ips / 10.00 ips / 7.50 ips / 5.00 ips /
3.00 ips / 1.00 ips. In case of PAL, select one out of 25.00 ips / 12.50 ips / 8.33 ips /
6.25 ips / 5.00 ips / 2.50 ips / 1.00 ips. The Recording Menu will be activated depending on
Video On/Off in the Camera Setup (Menu5-12). When less than 2 cameras are activated at
HALF D1, the frame rate of recording may start from 30.00 IPS and when more than
3.00 cameras are activated at Half D1, the frame rate of recording may start from
15.00 ips(NTSC) / 12.50 ips(PAL). CIF supports from 30.00 ips(NTSC) / 25.00 ips(PAL)
regardless of the number of activated camera.
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Video size
The Video size is displayed at the bottom of left.
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When changing to a 1-channel DVR, it only supports 30.00 ips in the Full D1
resolution.
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Record Video size Mode
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Video size
It sets the video to be recorded.
Half D1 : (NTSC) 720x240(N) ➝ Normal
(PAL) 720x288(N) ➝ Normal
CIF
: (NTSC) 352x240(C) ➝ CIF
(PAL) 352x288(C) ➝ CIF
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Auto Deletion
If you click the [off] button, you can select from on/off.
Select “On” to move to the Date selection button and to limit the search date.
If you select “Off”, you cannot move to the Date selection button and to limit the search
date.
The date is limited from 1 to 99 days.
Note
To select Full D1, set 1 CH Support to On in the monitoring mode.
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Event Record Mode
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The detailed items of Event Record Menu are as follows.
MENU
Event Record Mode setup
NTSC
PAL
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Event Record Mode setup
Sets a mode to be recorded when an event occurs.
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V. Size (Video Size )
Sets the size of a screen to be recorded.
Half D1 : (NTSC) 720x240(N) ➝ Normal
(PAL) 720x288(N) ➝ Normal
CIF
: (NTSC) 352x240(C) ➝ CIF
(PAL) 352x288(C) ➝ CIF
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Quality
Quality will be determined.
Select the one among Very High / High / Standard / Low
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Rate
Sets the Rate the number of screen recorded every second.
It you set to 15.00 ips, the system records too many screens per second and play continues
intermittently since recording is more detailed. This is appropriate for concentrated
monitoring zone setup.
In case of NTSC, select the one of 30.00 ips / 15.00 ips / 10.00 ips / 7.50 ips / 5.00 ips
/ 3.00 ips / 1.00 ips.
In case of PAL, select the one of 25.00 ips / 12.50 ips / 8.33 ips / 6.25 ips / 5.00 ips / 2.50 ips
/ 1.00 ips.
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The Event Recording setup menu will be activated depending on Video On / Off in Camera
Setup (Menu5-12).
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When the video size in the Camera Setup Menu is set to Half D1 and less than 2 cameras
are activated, the frame rate of recording may start from 30.00 ips(NTSC) / 25.00 ips(PAL)
and when the video size in the recording mode is set to Half D1 and more than 3 cameras
are activated, the frame rate of recording may start from 15.00 ips(NTSC) / 12.50 ips(PAL).
CIF supports from 30.00 ips(NTSC) / 25.00 ips(PAL) regardless of the number of activated
camera.
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Pre-Event(PreEve)
Pre-Event Section
Event time
Records the situation until Alarm is issued.
Off : No recording
5sec / 10sec / 20sec / 30sec : The recording time options before Alarm issue
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Post-Event(PostEve)
Post-Event Section
Event time
Records the situation since Alarm is issued.
Off : No recording
5sec / 10sec / 20sec / 30sec / 1min / 3min / 5min / 10min / 20min : Sets the recording time after an event occurs.
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Video size
The Video size is displayed at the bottom of left 5-19.
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When changing to a 1-channel DVR, it only supports 30 ips in the Full D1 resolution.
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Alarm Detection Setup
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Off : Sensor does not operate.
① N.O(Normal Open) Sensor : Sensor remains open all the time and if closed,
an alarm will be issued. (A Contact)
➁ N.C(Normal Close) Sensor : Sensor remains closed all the time and if open,
an alarm will be issued. (B Contact)
Cam
Sets a camera that will synchronize with the current sensor. The default value is currently
set to the sensor number. A sensor shall be synchronized with at least a camera.
Multi-selection is possible.
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Alarm-out
Sets the Alarm-Out when Alarm Sensor sounds.
5 Alarm Outs are supported un the present.
Choose an alarm-out that you want to synchronize with the current sensor.
Multi-selection is possible.
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Duration
Sets the Alarm-Out Duration. Alarm-Out continues for the set value.
Off / 3sec / 5sec / 10sec / 20sec / 30sec / Continuous
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Motion Detection Setup
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Motion Detection Mode
Off : Motion Detection does not operate
On : Motion Detection operates.
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Area
Selects the Motion Detection area. It is composed of 45x40(NTSC)/45x48(PAL) sized Block.
It is impossible to set 4 block rows(Up/Down/Left/Right) to allow them to be displayed in all
monitors.
‹ Select All : Selects the whole area.
‹ Select Block : Selects a block every time. Selection is done by a toggle system.
‹ Select Quarter : Splits the whole area into 4 pieces, which enables selecting a fourth of
the whole area.
‹ Clear All : Cancels the whole area.
‹ Save & Exit : Saves and exits.
‹ Exit : Exits without saving.
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Sensitivity
Sets the sensitivity of motion detection. Sensitivity: 1(L), 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10(H).
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Alarm-Out
Sets the Alarm-Out when Motion occurs.
5 Alarm Outs are supported.
Select an alarm-out that you want to synchronize with the current motion channel.
Multi-selection is possible.
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Duration
Sets the Alarm-Out Duration. Alarm-Out continues for the determined duration.
Off / 3sec / 5sec / 10sec / 20sec / 30sec / Continuous
Video Loss Detection Setup
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Video Loss State
Off : Video Loss does not operate.
On : Video Loss operates.
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Alarm-Out
Selects the Alarm-Out when the current Video Loss occurs.
3 Alarm Outs are supported in the present. Select an alarm-out that you want to
synchronize with the current motion channel. Multi-selection is possible.
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Duration
Sets Alarm-Out Duration. Alarm-Out continues for the determined duration.
Off / 3sec / 5sec / 10sec / 20sec / 30sec / Continuous
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Record Schedule
This setup selects a time to record automatically.
Selection by the day or by the time is available.
The default value is set to “Event Record”.
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Press “CH >” copies the value of Channel 1 to all the channels.
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The horizontal axis numbered from 0 to 23 represents the time value.
The vertical axis numbered from S to H represents the day value. (H : Holiday)
Selection by the day or by the time is available.
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Pressing “ALL” converts the overall setting of the selection window into
Continuous ➝ Event Record ➝ Schedule/Event Record.
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Record Schedule
Recording starts automatically on the preset time.
Recording follows the condition that set in 5-18.Record Mode.
☛ Refer to 7-2 Record Schedule.
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Event Recording
Recording starts automatically when an event (Alarm/Motion Detection/Video Loss)
occurs within a setup time.
Recording follows the condition that set in 5-20. Event Record Mode setup.
☛ Refer to 7-3 Event Recording.
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Schedule Record is yellow, Event Record is Blue, and Schedule/Event
Record is red.
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Schedule / Event Record
On occurrence of Event, Continuous Recording is replaced with Event Recording Mode.
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Holiday
If you press “Holiday”, a calendar pops up and you are able to designate holidays.
Move to a date and press “Enter” to complete designation.
Press “Enter” once more to cancel designation.
“H” at the bottom of the table means a holiday.
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Backup
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If there is a device, the free space and the backup device is displayed.
Select a date, time, and camera No. to backup, and press “Start”.
When you change Start Date/Time or End Date/Time, free space keeps updated in the Free Space zone.
But the Select/Free values are displayed when you have marked the Check box.
A file name is composed of Folder/File Name. A folder is composed of the backup
date(YYYYMMDD) while a file name is composed of the time(HHMM). A file may be renamed by the
virtual keyboard. It can display up to 4 letters for a file name.
When there is no file name, the default name is hhmm.
The backup menu’s virtual keyboard does not support special keys or the space bar.
If there is no backup device, Warning sign pops up. Select and connect Backup Device in 5-8.HDD
Setup and proceed the backup.
Press the “Stop” to stop the backup.
Pressing Cancel during the Backup returns to the upper menu but this does not affect the backup process.
A USB CD/DVD and built-in CD can only set up AVI. You can play back an AVI backup in a PC.
The USB memory can be set up for AVI check.
Caution
[In Backup Process]
If you press Exit while the backup is in progress, the screen goes to the upper menu but it does not affect the backup process. Press “Stop”
to stop the backup. The speed of the set may down during the backup.
- When backing up to USB CD/DVD or memory, you must use a smaller capacity than the device’s true capacity. (Part of the capacity
is used for the system)
- It doesn’t support backing up with memory cards, flash cards, and memory sticks such as SD, CF, MMC, etc. Also, it doesn’t support
USB backup with the adapters of the devices listed above.
- A USB CD/DVD and built-in CD can only set up AVI. You can play back an AVI backup in a PC.
- The USB memory can be set up for AVI check.
When there is no file name, the default name is hhmm.
The back up menu’s virtual keyboard does not support special keys or the space bar.
- The file name is created with the start time of backup data. (YYYYMMDD)/(HHMM+ four digits of the serial number)
The backup file can be separated in the following conditions:
- Different units in file size (1GB for DVD, 2GB for others)
- Change in recording conditions
- Discontinuous recording data
- When the CD or DVD is malfunctioning, the USB CD/DVD or built-in CD tray opens and closes, the backup will fail. In this case
when the backup fails due to media malfunction, try to backup again after changing to a new media.
Warning
The backup data could be damaged by the state of writing surface of disk in the case of CD/DVD backup.
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- SHR-2042 supports the internal CD-R/W.
- In case of AVI backup, the backup playback is available in the PC, but it is not available in the DVR.
Codec is required to play an AVI backup file, which is also copied along with the installation file in the AVI backup process. Run a codec setup file,
“MP4Codec.exe”, to install the codec on the PC.
"INDEX.xml" is included in the AVI backup file, which enables you to check and enjoy a desired file at your convenient time.
- In case of USB external HDD and USB Flash Memory, the backup is available only with formatting FAT32 partition.
To format FAT32, Format the device as FAT32 in the PC or erase the device in the Storage Setup menu, which enable to backup files.
- In case of back-up devices, please check the compatibility list of the storage devices. The list of the compatible devices with Samsung DVR can be
obtained from your vendor.
- The backup of the AVI format may take longer depend on a number of the channel and the DVR operation environment (e.g. recording, network)
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Network
IP Setup
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Connection Mode
Designates the kind of the network connected to the main body of SHR-2040/2041/2042.
Static IP
: When the main body is connected to the network with Static IP.
Dynamic IP : When the main body is connected to the network with Dynamic IP supplied
by DHCP.
ADSL(PPPoE) : When the main body is connected to the ADSL network with PPPoE.
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Bandwidth
Designates the network speed to which the main body of SHR-2040/2041/2042 is
connected.
Unlimited / 2 Mbps / 1.5 Mbps / 1 Mbps / 800 Kbps / 600 Kbps / 500 Kbps / 400 Kbps /
300 Kbps / 128 Kbps
If the connection is made via ADSL, you can only select a bandwidth of 600 kbps or less.
Caution
1. If the main body of SHR-2040/2041/2042 is connected to a high-speed network like LAN, you
are recommended to set the bandwidth to higher than 1 Mbps.
2. If the device is connected to a network with ADSL or low bandwidth, set the bandwidth not to exceed
600kbps, and set the recording mode not to exceed CIF (standard).
Setting up to a high bandwidth or recording mode on a network environment supporting
low bandwidth may cause a network overload, therefore connection with the smart viewer
or image monitoring may not operate properly.
3. When connection mode is set to ADSL, the IP settings page's bandwidth is set at 300kbps and the protocol setting page's protocol adapter is set to TCP.
Note
In case of ADSL, the Protocol type is fixed to TCP.
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Admin Password
Used for the connection between Smart Viewer and the set with the authority of Admin.
The password can be input 8 digits in maximum.
Press "Enter" and the left numeric keys from 1 to 4 for setup.
The default password for ADMIN is 4321.
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User Password
Used for the connection between Smart Viewer and the set with the authority of user.
The password can be input 8 digits in maximum.
Press "Enter" and the left numeric keys from 1 to 4 for setup.
The default password for USER is 4321.
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IP
Sets the IP address for the main body of SHR-2040/2041/2042 to connect with the network.
If the Connection Mode is set to Static IP, you shall type in IP yourself.
If the connection mode is Dynamic IP or ADSL(PPPoE), the IP allocated by the DHCP server or
ADSL company will be automatically displayed. In case of failure of DHCP or ADSL connection,
000.000.000.000 will be displayed. Then, press OK to retry connection to get IP. If you continue to
fail in DHCP or ADSL connection, keep the main body of SHR-2040/2041/2042 off for a while and
turn it on for retry.
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Gateway
Sets the Gateway Address in the SHR-2040/2041/2042 main body.
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Subnet Mask
Sets the Subnet Mask Address in the SHR-2040/2041/2042 main body.
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DNS
Sets the DNS Address in the main body of SHR-2040/2041/2042. The default value of DNS is
168.126.63.1. Generally, you don’t have to alter the DNS default but you may be hard to
connect to the network sometimes if you use DHCP or ADSL.
In this case, call the network manager or ADSL company to set up a new DNS address.
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ADSL User ID
If the main body of SHR-2040/2041/2042 is connected with the ADSL(PPPoE) network, input
User ID subscribed to the ADSL company. You may input User ID with a Virtual keyboard as long
as 40 digits irrespective of alphabets, numbers, or symbols.
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Password
If the main body of SHR-2040/2041/2042 is connected to the ADSL(PPPoE) network, input the
user password subscribed to the ADSL company. You may input the password with a Virtual
keyboard as long as 40 digits irrespective of alphabets, numbers, or symbols.
Caution
Be sure to set IP/Port/SubnetMask/Gateway/DNS to let Smart Viewer connect with the main
body of SHR-2040/2041/2042.
Wrong IP/Port/Gateway/SubnetMask/DNS may prevent Smart Viewer from being connected
to the main body of SHR-2040/2041/2042.
Please call the network manager or ADSL company to get each setting value.
Caution
In case of ADSL, the audio is not played in the SmartViewer.
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Transfer Protocol Settings
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You may select either TCP or UDP for the protocol type.
If you select ADSL from the IP setup page, only TCP is available.
While TCP is selected, Audio transmission is not available.
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The available Port(TCP) ranges from 554 to 998 and the port number will be changed
by 4. Once the first digit is determined, the following 3 digits will change accordingly.
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The available Port(UDP) ranges from 8000 to 9760 and the port number will be
changed by 160. Once the first digit is determined, the remaining digits will change
accordingly.
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Unicast is set to the default value and Multicast can be selected in Unicast / Multicast.
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Multicast IP will be activated and its setup is available only when Multicast is selected
from Multicast/Unicast.. Select a number from 224.0.0.0 to 239.255.255.255 for the DClass IP address.
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TTL will be also activated and the value from 1 to 255 can be set only when Multicast
is selected from Multicast / Unicast. The default value is 5.
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DDNS Setup
- You may select the DDNS Site as Off, Samsung DDNS, dyndns.com, no-ip.com, or
changeip.com.
- If you select Off, the IP will not be registered in DDNS.
- If you select Samsung DDNS, the IP will be registered in the DDNS operated by
Samsung. Select MAC Address as the Address Type in the Setup ➝ Site Setup ➝
DVR regis tration window of the SmartViewer, and enter the MAC Address of, then
you can connect remotely using the Samsung DDNS.
- dyndns.com, no-ip.com, and changeip.com are free Public DDNS websites that a
URL can be allocated by registering a Dynamic IP.
Become a member of the desired website, register the URL, and then set up your
Host Name, User Name, and User Password.
Select URL as the Address Type in the Setup ➝ Site Setup ➝ DVR registration win
dow of SmartViewer, and enter the Host Name (URL) that is allocated by the Public
DDNS website, then you can connect remotely using the URL.
Note
If you set up the Public DDNS (dyndns.com, no-ip.com, or changeip.com), it will take
approximately 30-60 seconds for the IP address of the Host Name (URL) to be updated
in the DNS.
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If you want to connect IP Router with the main body of SHR-2040/2041/2042, you shall
designate a port for SHR-2040/2041/2042 in the IP Router setup menu.
The main body of SHR-2040/2041/2042 uses 4 ports for TCP communication.
In addition, if you want to use the DHCP function backed by IP Router to allocate Dynamic IP to
the main body of SHR-2040/2041/2042, you shall designate a port for the IP which
SHR-2040/2041/2042 has been allocated by the IP Router setup menu.
If you use IP Router, you are recommended to rather determine IP and Port numbers to be
allocated to the main body of SHR-2040/2041/2042 from the IP Router setup menu, set the
connection mode to Static IP for the main body of SHR-2040/2041/2042, and input the
determined IP and Port number in IP Router than use the DHCP function.
Please refer to the IP Router User’s Manual or call the manufacturer to set up IP Router.
Callback Settings
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The Callback function is used to forward a callback message to the IP where SmartViewer
is in action in case Alarm, Motion Detection, or Video Loss event occurs.
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On/Off : Off is default but you may choose On.
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IP Address : IP setting is available only when On is selected from On/off Setting.
Select the IP address of PC where SmartViewer is in action.
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Port(UDP) : You may choose one from 7900 to 7999 and the number changes by 1.
Selects the Port value for the Callback Connection menu from SmartViewer Setup.
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Retrial : You may choose one from 1 to 20 and the number changes by 1.
Caution
- Though Callback is set to ON, any Callback message will be created unless Alarm, Motion
Detection, and Video Loss are set by EventRecord.
- Unless the Callback button is clicked, SmartViewer does not receive any Callback message.
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Network Setup
Port Setup for SmartViewer Connection
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The Port value for DVR registration of SmartViewer (Setup ➝ Site Setup) shall be as
same as that of the set (TCP).
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If you want to use the IP Router, you shall forward the activated Port depending on the
current setting value.
- If set to TCP, allocate 4 ports to the IP Router whose Port(TCP) was set.
- If set to UDP, allocate 4 ports whose Port(TCP) was set and 160 ports whose Port(UDP) was
set to the IP Router.
In the event of TCP Setup from Transfer Protocol Setup Page
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The ports allocated to Port(TCP) will be used for SmartViewer connection control and
stream forwarding.
In the event of UDP Setup from Transfer Protocol Setup Page
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The ports allocated to Port(TCP) will be used for SmartViewer connection control and
the ports allocated to Port(UDP) will be used for stream transfer.
If you set to Multicast
- Both MultiCast IP and TTL Setup will be activated.
- MultiCast IP means the group address(D-Class IP Address : 224.0.0.0 ~ 239.255.255.255) for
MultiCast Forwarding.
- TTL(Time To Live) indicates how many Routers will be passed for MultiCast Forwarding.
- When you are unable to use Multicast by the Network(LAN or ADSL) characteristic as both Set
and SmartViewer are installed, the message, “Not Connected” will be displayed in the
SmartViewer screen. Please alter the TCP or UDP(Unicast) setting value.
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In the event of poor image from SmartViewer
- When the bandwidth of the network where Set is installed is smaller than the quantity of transfer
stream packet, the image is sometimes poor. Set the IP setup bandwidth lower than the current
setting value. (In case of ADSL, it is recommended 300Kbps or 600Kbps for the bandwidth.)
- If this effort is no use, alter the protocol type to TCP.
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PTZ Camera Control
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Select a proper PTZ camera Configuration value in MENU to enter PTZ Control Mode.
PTZ Device
Cam
1
2
3
4
ID
002
001
002
003
Protocol
Samsung
Vic
Pan.
AD
Baudrate
38400
38400
19200
38400
Serial Mode:
Half Duplex
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Data
8
8
8
8
OK
Stop
1
1
1
1
Cancel
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Selected in MENU, the PTZ symbol(
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If you press the Enter( ¦ ) button among direction keys in front of Split Screen, a blue
bar will appear in the monitor screen. Use direction keys to move this bar until you reach
the channel with the PTZ symbol and press the PTZ button in front of SHR-2040/2041/2042
to enter PTZ Camera Control Mode.
If you succeed in entering PTZ Camera Control Mode, the PTZ symbol on the monitor
screen will turn yellow from white while the PTZ button in front of SHR-2040/2041/2042 will
turn blue. PTZ Camera Control Mode supports Pan, Tilt, and Zoom operation.
PTZ
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Parity
None
None
None
Even
TELE
WIDE
PTZ
) is displayed on the channel in the screen.
VIEW
PRESET
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Other PTZ Camera Control Modes perform its control in a single screen. Press the channel
selection button in the left front to select the PTZ setting channel and press the PTZ button.
If you succeed in entering Single Screen PTZ Camera Control Mode, the PTZ symbol on
the screen will turn yellow from white while the PTZ button will turn blue. Single Screen PTZ
Camera Control Mode supports Pan, Tilt, and Zoom operation basically and Preset, Camera
Menu, and other functions additionally.
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[SHR-2041]
[SHR-2042]
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Press the PTZ button in Live Mode to cancel PTZ Camera Control Mode. After cancellation,
the PTZ symbol on the screen will turn white from yellow while the PTZ button will lose its
blue light.
Note
You cannot use the PTZ device device and remote control device at the same time, because of
communication problems.
In PTZ control mode, DVR's PTZ mode is canceled when remote control mode is connected,
and the remote control device is disconnected when the DVR changes to PTZ mode while
controlling the DVR with a remote control device.
Refer to the remote control device manual on how to control the DVR's PTZ device in the
remote control device.
When using the remote controller (SCC2000), direct camera control is available only for
Samsung Protocol in the remote controller (refer to the SCC2000 user manual). If there is no
PTZ control within the maximum 5 minutes in DVR, the PTZ mode is cancelled automatically.
It is for PTZ control in the remote viewer while not controlling PTZ.
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Basic Operation of PAN, TILT, & ZOOM
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PAN
Press the LEFT or RIGHT button in front SHR-2040/2041/2042 in PTZ Camera Control
Mode to control PTZ Camera horizontally.
PTZ
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TELE
WIDE
VIEW
PRESET
TILT
Press the UP or DOWN button in front SHR-2040/2041/2042 in PTZ Camera Control Mode
to control PTZ Camera vertically.
PTZ
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TELE
WIDE
VIEW
PRESET
ZOOM
Press the TELE/WIDE button in front SHR-2040/2041/2042 in PTZ Camera Control Mode to
zoom in or out PTZ Camera.
PTZ
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WIDE
VIEW
PRESET
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Preset Setup
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Records a certain position of PTZ Camera.
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Memorizes up to 20 PTZ Camera positions at the moment.
Note
For AD Protocol PTZ Camera, this memorizes only 7 Presets.
Caution
When using a remote control device (SCC2000), it is possible to control the camera with the
remote control limited to the Samsung protocol. (refer to SCC2000 user manual) If there is no
PTZ control for 5 minutes from the DVR, PTZ mode is automatically cancelled.
This is to control PTZ with the remote viewer when there is no PTZ control.
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Press the Preset button in front of SHR-2040/2041/2042 in Single Screen PTZ Camera
Control Mode to set up Preset.
PTZ
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TELE
WIDE
VIEW
PRESET
After Preset setup, press ENTER.
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Move the cursor to right and press ENTER in PTZ Control Mode first. Then, press the
“Enter” to run P/T/Z/ operation mode in the PIP screen and press the “Enter” again to
cancel P/T/Z/ Motion Mode.
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Press Enter at the Position Name position to see Virtual Keyboard. Enter the type position
name and press the “OK” to save the position and position name.
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Press the “Del” to delete both Position and Position Name with the number.
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Click the Press Del ✓ on the top to delete all positions and position names in memory.
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Camera Menu Setup
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Camera Menu is a menu supplied by PTZ Camera itself. This Menu sets up several
conditions of PTZ Camera.
Note
Pan. or Samsung Protocol Camera only is authorized for Camera Menu setup.
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Press the Preset button in front of SHR-2040/2041/2042 in Single Screen PTZ Camera
Control Mode to select Camera Menu.
PTZ
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TELE
WIDE
VIEW
PRESET
Press the “Preset” button in front of SHR-2040/2041/2042 to return to the upper menu from
camera menu.
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Preset View
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Preset setup allows your movement to a certain saved position of PTZ Camera.
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Press the VIEW button in front of SHR-2040/2041/2042 in Single Screen
PTZ Camera Control Mode to select Preset.
PTZ
TELE
WIDE
VIEW
PRESET
(For example, Samsung Protocol)
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Control the cursor until it reaches a preset position number that you want to move and you
can check it in the right PIP Screen.
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Other View
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Press the “VIEW” button in front of SHR-2040/2041/2042 in Single Screen PTZ Camera
Control Mode to supply PTZ Camera. This is a very special function.
Note
Samsung, Pan., Pel-P, or Pel-D Protocol PTZ Camera supports this function.
Samsung : Auto Pan / Scan / Pattern
Pan. : Auto Pan / Sequence / Sort
Pel(P,D) : Auto Scan / Frame Scan / Pattern
PTZ
Preset
Auto Pan
Scan
Samsung
Pattern
EXIT
TELE
Preset
Auto Pan
WIDE
Sequence
VIEW
Sort
PRESET
EXIT
Preset Auto Scan
Pan.
Frame Scan
Pattern
EXIT
Pel.
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After you select a function, press Enter. Then the function will be checked and start running.
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If you select other function during the operation, the previous function will
be unchecked and the current function will be checked.
(For example, Samsung Protocol)
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If you put P/T/Z/ during the operation or enter the Preset Setup or Camera Menu Setup
during the operation, the function in action will be suspended and unchecked.
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Restarting SHR-2040/2041/2042 system during the operation has no effect.
The function continues its duty and remains checked.
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Recording
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REC (Normal Recording)
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Pressing REC the button starts recording as set in the record mode. Then, REC LED
lights on and a recording icon appears on the screen. During the recording in HDD,
the front HDD LED blinks.
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During the normal recording, you can stop it by pressing the REC button.
If the recording stops, REC LED lights out.
Warning
If the work that has to stop the recording(Time change, File delete, HDD connect/disconnect
etc.) is performed during the recording, the current recording stops.
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Schedule Recording
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While “Record Schedule” or “Schedule/Event recording” is selected in the Record Schedule
menu, Schedule Recording automatically starts. Otherwise, Schedule Recording remains
inactivated. During the Schedule Recording, Recording Icon appears on the screen.
During the recording in HDD, the front HDD LED blinks.
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If the Event Recording is selected, the recording starts at the every event.
In this case, the channel’s event recording setup is saved as setup in the event recording
mode setup sub-menu (resolution, recording quality, recording ips, pre-event, post-event) of
the event recording menu.
Note
Even in case of an event, Event Recording will not start unless Event Recording or
Schedule/Event recording is selected in the Schedule Recording.
Warning
If the work that has to stop the recording(Time change, File delete, HDD connect/disconnect
etc.) is performed during the recording, the current recording stops.
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Event Recording
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Alarm Detection
Sensor operation mode in Alarm of Event Record menu shall be set to N.O (Normal Open)
or N.C (Normal Close).
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Motion Detection
Motion detection in the Event Recording menu shall be set to On.
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Video Loss Detection
Video Loss in Event Record menu shall be set to On.
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Event Recording Mode
Sets the recording type when an event occurs. In particular, depending on
PreAlarm Off or PostAlarm Off, PreAlarm or PostAlarm Recording is disabled
respectively.
Warning
If the work that has to stop the recording(Time change, File delete, HDD connect/disconnect
etc.) is performed during the recording, the current recording stops
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Search and Play
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Pressing the “SEARCH” button shows Search Menu on the screen as seen above.
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Calendar Search searches a video file by the use of a calendar at the desired time.
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Event Search searches a video file recorded by the occurrence of event.
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Date/Time Search searches a video file by the entering of a day and time.
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“Go To First” searches a video file from the oldest one.
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“Go To Last” searches a video file from the latest one.
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Backup Search searches backed-up video file.
- You can search for images on a USB HDD and USB memory.
A USB CD/DVD and built-in CD are played as AVI backups on a PC.
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Calendar Search
Calendar Search (Can Select 4 Channels)
Sun
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
OK
Sat
Cancel
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Be sure to select both the channel and the date to search. And press the [OK] button to
search for the desired time.
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Use a calendar to search the video file of desired time. Four channels in maximum are in
the range of search.
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Select the channel up to 4 by the use of ¦, ‹ and Enter button. And then the date column
will be displayed in thick blue when it has a video recorded in the channel.
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Use the ¦, ‹button until you reach the Year / Month setup line and use both buttons and
the “Enter” button to select Year/Month.
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If you select a day by the [Enter] button, a checkbox will appear on the right of the date
number and the checkbox will be checked.
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Use the ƒ button until you reach the Time bar and move to the time you want with the
¦, ‹ button, and then press the Enter button to select a time.
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If you want to start the search, press the [OK] button. And press the [Cancel] button to
move to the previous menu.
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You are able to search every 30 minutes.
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Event Search
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Searches Normal Recording, Schedule Recording, Alarm Recording, Motion Recording, and
V.Loss(Video Loss) Recording by the time.
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You shall select a channel to search to see the event information of the channel.
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On the basis of event information for each channel, the system searches a video file for the
event. Only one channel is allowed for video search.
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If you use both the [Enter] button and the ¦, ‹button key to select a channel, the system
will show the list of event for the selected channel only.
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After channel selection, you can use the œ, ƒ[Enter] button to select an event out of the
list. The checkbox on the left of the selected event number will be checked.
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If you want to start the search, use the ƒbutton until you reach [START] and press the
[Enter] button. If you want to cancel the search, move to the [Cancel] and press the [Enter]
button. If you wish to view the event list of the next screen, select [NEXT] and press the
[Enter] button and if you wish to view the event list of the previous screen, select [PREV]
and press the [Enter] button.
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Date/Time Search
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Use the Date/Time information to search a video file at the time as you desire. Up to 4
channels can be searched at once.
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After you select a channel with the œ, ƒ, [Enter] button, the checkbox on the right of
selected event number will be checked.
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Use the ƒ button until you reach the Search Time setup line. Press the [Enter] button to
change the search time. Search Time change will be done by the
Year/Month/Day/Hour/Minute/ Second unit with the œ, ƒ, button. For your convenience,
you may hold on a key to change the value continuously.
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If you want to start the search, use the ƒ button until you reach [START] and press the
[Enter] button. If you want to cancel the search, move to the [CANCEL] and press the
[Enter] button.
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The time information, 2007-03-10 08:38:58 on the bottom left corner, represents the time
when play starts.
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Searches the oldest one among recorded video files. Up to 4 channels can be searched at
once.
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After you select a channel with the œ, ƒ, [Enter] button, the checkbox on the right of the
selected channel number will be checked.
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Press the [Start] button want to start the search and to cancel. And press the [Cancel]
button to cancel the search.
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Go to Last Search
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Searches the latest one among recorded video files. Up to 4 channels can be searched at
once.
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After you select a channel with the œ, ƒ,[Enter] button, the checkbox on the right of the
selected channel number will be checked.
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Press the [Start] button want to start the search and to cancel. And press the [Cancel]
button to cancel the search.
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If you start Go To Last Search during recording, the system will search the video image right
at the time of entering Search.
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First, select the backup device.
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Mark the data of device.
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Select the file name to backup, and the detail information of a file is displayed in the below.
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The [Previous] button shows the previous page.
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The [Next] button shows the next page.
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The [Start] button plays the desired file.
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The [Exit] button exits the menu.
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Playback
‹ II
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Press the PLAY/PAUSE button(
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If you used the SEARCH button for playback just before, the system would remember the
information of the played channel until you click the PLAY/PAUSE button( ‹ II ) again,
then the system plays the previous channel.
If you press the PLAY/PAUSE button( ‹ II ), the Search Menu will appear as far as you
never tried the playback.
) to play the data recorded in HDD.
Note
Pressing the PLAY button( ‹ II ) does not affect the playback as far as the user stays in the
MENU. Be sure to exit from the MENU to start the playback.
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Press the STOP button( ■ ) to stop the playback. If you press the Playback/PAUSE
button( ‹ II ) once more, the recording will resume from the point where the previous
recording stops. When the data position reaches the end of HDD during the playback, the
playback will be paused.
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Definition Play Screen Mode
4 Split Screen
Single Screen
PIP Screen
6 Split Screen
9 Split Screen
① 4 Split Screen : If you select more than a channel, 4 Split Screen will appear.
➁ Single Screen : This appears when you select one channel in Search. If you press the
[CH1~CH4] button in the other split screen, the selected channel appears
with the single screen. If you press the ZOOM button in the single screen, the
selected area will be enlarged by twice. And you can move the zoom area by
the use of direction key.
➂ PIP Screen : If you press the Mode button while the single screen plays, PIP Screen will
appear(The large screen displays the channel in play while the small screen
on the bottom right corner displays a Live channel in PIP type). Use the UP
and DOWN key to move small PIP screen (Live Channel) vertically. If you
press the [ENTER] button, a blue bar will appear in the live screen and if you
press the Channel button, you will be able to turn to the channel selected by
the live screen.
➃ 6 Split Screen : If you press the Mode button in the single screen, 6 split screen will appear.
The single screen in playing is displayed at the top of right, and the 4 live
screens are displayed at the bottom of left.
⑤ 9 Split Screen : If you press the Mode button in the 4 split screen, 9 split screen will appear.
The 4-split screen in playing is displayed at the top of right, and 4 live
screens are displayed at the bottom of left.
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Play at Faster Speed
If you press the LEFT or RIGHT button( ¦¦ / ‹‹ ) during the playback, you will be
able to see the screen at the x2, x4, x8, x16, x32, and x64 speed either forwardly or
reversely.
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Viewing Still Screen
If you press the LEFT or RIGHT button( ¦¦ / ‹‹ ) when the system paused, you will
be able to see still screens forwardly or reversely.
During the reverse search, the interval between cuts becomes long depending on the
recording specification.
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Audio On/Off
If you press the [Audio] button in other screen than 4 Split Screen(i.e. Single Screen, PIP
Screen, and 9 Split Screen), you will be able to turn Audio of the playback channel on or off.
In 4 Split Screen, Audio is not activated.
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Smart Viewer
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Introduction
Smart Viewer is a program that a general PC user is able to install
SHR-2040/2041/2042 to his PC to monitor the video and audio data in the real time
through network without going to the site where SHR-2040/2041/2042 is installed.
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Feature
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Thanks to the transmission of video data compressed by the MPEG-4 Video
Compression method, it can play the video images of good quality.
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Thanks to the G.726 Voice Compression method, it supplies the voice data of
good quality. Use of armored MIC improves the quality of remote voice.
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Thanks to the transmission of video/audio stream through RTP(Real-Time
Transport Protocol), the real-time video playback is excellent and multi-users’
simultaneous connection does not affect the transmission speed in whole abruptly.
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Command & Control by RTSP(Real-Time Streaming Protocol) enables safety
control through the network.
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Variable transport protocols are supported (TCP/IP, UDP(Unicast, Multicast)).
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Connection is open to you at any time to monitor video and audio data by inputting
IP Address only.
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You can not only perform real-time recording(*.dvr format) with User’s PC whereas
necessary during the monitoring but also convert recorded video files(*.dvr format)
into frame unit images(JPEG format).
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Up to 3 Smart Viewer users are allowed to connect to a DVR simultaneously.
(If the multicast is used, up to 6 users can connect.)
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With a Smart Viewer, you are allowed to connect to as many as 16
SHR-2040/2041/2042s to monitor them simultaneously.
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Smart Viewer is optimized in the resolution of 1024X768.
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PC Specification(Recommendation)
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OS : Win2000, WinXP
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Recommendation :
CPU Pentium 3, 1GHz or higher
RAM 256 MB or higher
VGA RAM 32Mb or higher
DirectX 8.1 or higher
Note
Depending on Recording Rate, Video Size, and user’s PC specification set to
SHR-2040/2041/2042, the number of Smart Viewer playback frame varies.
For the detailed specification, refer to Appendix 4.
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Smart Viewer Installation
Smart Viewer Installation
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Put a Smart Viewer Program CD in CD-ROM and open the “Smart Viewer” folder
in the CD.
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Run the “Setup.exe” file.
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Click the “Next” button.
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If you agree with Smart Viewer License, click “Yes”.
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Designate a folder to install Smart Viewer in it and click “Next”.
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The system proceeds with setup file installation and system setup.
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Installation is complete. Click the “Finish” to terminate the installation.
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Double-click the Smart Viewer icon in the background screen to run the program.
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Smart Viewer Initial Screen
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Screen Description
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1
3
4
6
5
7
8
11
9
10
12 13 14
! This is the button to enter the Search mode in which you can search and play
remote the video file recorded in SHR-2040/2041/2042 and enter the Monitoring
mode for real-time video monitoring.
@ This button terminates or minimizes the program.
# It displays the current date, day, and time.
$ This button is used for the connection with the preset DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042) or
site.
% This screen shows the monitoring video.
^ These buttons select the window displays the event message and the window
displays the connection condition of camera.
& This window displays the event message from SHR-2040/2041/2042 in the real-time.
* These buttons display the status of current channel.
( These buttons adjust the audio volume and video brightness/contrast, and save the
video file.
) These buttons are used for PTZ related functions.
1 These buttons are used for screen split and Sequence Mode.
2 This button is used for the connection Callback.
3 This button is used for Favorite function when connecting to the site.
4 This button pops up the Setup Mode window to change Smart Viewer or
SHR-2040/2041/2042 setup. (Refer to 9-30. Setup Mode.)
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DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042) / SITE Connection
- Select the name of DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042) or site for connection and click
the connection button.
Note
You can set the name, IP, and password of DVR (SHR-2040/2041/2042) for
connection in the Setup mode. Also, the site setup which permits simultaneous
connection to multi-DVRs (SHR-2040/2041/2042) is available in the Setup mode.
You can connect up to 16 DVRs (SHR-2040/2041/2042) at once when connecting to
the site.
Connection Failure Cases
1. Password Certification Failure
- In case of discord between the Network password set to SHR-2040/2041/2042
and the connection password set to Smart Viewer, a window pops up to induce
retry of password input.
2. Duplicate Admin User Connection
- When the DVR that you want to connect to has been already occupied by an
Admin user but you retry connection with the Admin privilege, the previously
connected session is automatically disconnected.
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Note
No more than 3 users, one Admin. authorized user and 2 User authorized users are allowed to
access SHR-2040/2041/2042 simultaneously.(In the case of multicast, 5 User authorized users
are allowable.)
Caution
Once occupied by 3 users( In the case of multicast, 6 users), SHR-2040/2041/2042
does not permit more connection.
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Monitoring Mode Connection Screen
Note
When connecting with SHR-2040/2041/2042 in the 9-split mode setup, the setup, the setp is
changed to the 4 split mode and 4 split screen is show After the connection, you can change it
to the 9 split mode.
Caution
If you change the “Video size” or “Color Quality” from the setup tab of [Display
Registration Information] while Smart Viewer is running, Smart Viewer will fall into
an unexpected condition.
You should terminate the Smart Viewer first to change them.
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Mode Conversion Button
- This button converts the monitoring mode and the search mode.
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Time Information
- As soon as you are connected to SHR-2040/2041/2042, the current date, day, and
time of SHR-2040/2041/2042 will be displayed.
- Otherwise, the current date, day, and time of your PC will be displayed.
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Connection Information
- As soon as you are connected to SHR-2040/2041/2042, the connection button
will display connection status.
- If you click the connection button here, connection will be cancelled.
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Play Screen OSD Information
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1
4
5
3
6
! Channel no., camera name, and video size will be displayed.
Video Size : (C)CIF / (N)Normal / (L)Large
@ If the Video data of the current channel are recorded in your PC, REC mark is
displayed.
# Audio ON/OFF Button is displayed.
$ The name and IP address of SHR-2040/2041/2042 in connection are displayed.
% The current channel alarm status is displayed.
^ The controllability of the current channel PTZ is displayed.
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# Clicking the speaker icon turns the audio of channel on or off.
: Audio OFF
: Audio ON
If you turn the audio of a SHR-2040/2041/2042 channel off, “Disable” will be
displayed.
: Audio Disabled
✴ For the Audio on channel now, use the following audio button to adjust the
volume and set the mute.
Note
% the alarm or motion detection occurs at the channel of SHR-2040/2041/2042,
which is set to alarm or motion detection, it is displays on the screen in the
real-time with an icon.
: Motion Detection
: Alarm Event
Note
^ If you connect and set up PTZ Camera in SHR-2040/2041/2042, PTZ
controllability for the channel will be displayed.
✴ Select a channel capable of PTZ and use the PTZ button at the bottom to
control PTZ. (Refer to the description of PTZ button.)
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Event Log Display Window
- Click the Log button to activate the log display window.
- It displays the event(alarm, user connection, and setup change) occurring at
SHR-2040/2041/2042 in the real-time.
Note
[Event Message]
‹ Connecting.. : Trying to connect to SHR-2040/2041/2042.
‹ Connected.. : Succeeded connecting to SHR-2040/2041/2042.
‹ Connection Failed : Failed in connecting to SHR-2040/2041/2042.
‹ Disconnected.. : Finished connecting to SHR-2040/2041/2042.
‹ Setup(Remote) : SHR-2040/2041/2042 setup at Dvr Setup of Viewer changed.
‹ Setup Start / End (Local) : Start/Finish the Menu screen at SHR-2040/2041/2042.
‹ Video Loss CH[N] : Video Loss at the N channel of SHR-2040/2041/2042
encountered.
‹ Time Change : Date/Time of SHR-2040/2041/2042 changed.
‹ Load Factory Default : SHR-2040/2041/2042 System initialized.
‹ Network Change : SHR-2040/2041/2042 Network setup changed.
‹ System Shutdown : SHR-2040/2041/2042 System terminated.
‹ Hdd Format : SHR-2040/2041/2042 HDD initialized.
‹ Disk Full : No more space in SHR-2040/2041/2042 HDD.
‹ Power Failure Recovery : SHR-2040/2041/2042 resumed after power failure.
‹ Backup Start/End/Fail/Stop : Backup at SHR-2040/2041/2042
started/finished/failed/stopped.
‹ Network Traffic Busy : Data transport in the network is not smooth.
‹ Access Denied(Limit Over) : Over connection.
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Caution
When Time Change, Load Factory Default, Network Change, System Shutdown, or
Hdd Format event occurs, Smart Viewer terminates the connection automatically.
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Camera connection Indication Window
- Displays the connection condition of DVR and CAMERA in the list.
Note
[DVR Icon Color]
‹ Successfully connected to SHR-2040/2041/2042, the icon turns yellow, otherwise,
turns black.
[DVR Icon Color]
‹ Connected to CAMERA for monitoring, the icon turns yellow.
‹ Connectable, the icon turns blue, otherwise, turns black.
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Screen Split Selection Button
- Full Screen / Single / Quad / Nine-Split / Sixteen-Split Mode
- You can change the Split Mode of the screen under monitoring.
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Sequence Mode Button
- Changes the channel to be played at the preset interval.
- The sequence time interval can be set at the Setup Mode ➝ Viewer Setup.
- In Single Mode : 1 ➝ 2 ➝ 3 ➝ 4 ➝ 1 (CH)
- In Quad Mode : 1,2,3,4 ➝ 1,2,3,4 (CH)
- In Nine-Split Mode : 1,2,3,4 ➝ 1,2,3,4(CH)
- In Sixteen-Split Mode : 1,2,3,4 ➝ 1,2,3,4 (CH)
Note
If you connected with multi-DVRs(SHR-2040/2041/2042) through a site, the sequence will
operate as follows.
- In Single Mode : DVR1:3CH ➝...➝ DVR1:4CH ➝ DVR2:1CH ➝...➝ DVR1:1CH
- In Quad Mode : DVR1:1,2,3,4CH ➝...➝ DVR2:1,2,3,4CH
- In Nine-Split Mode : DVR1:1,2,3,4CH ➝ DVR2:1,2,3,4CH ➝... DVR3:1,2,3,4CH
- In Sixteen-Split Mode : DVR1:1,2,3,4CH ➝ DVR2:1,2,3,4CH ➝ DVR3:1,2,3,4CH
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- Displays the Split or Monitoring condition of the screen in play.
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: When monitoring with Quad Mode
: When monitoring with Single Mode
: Camera Off
Note
The number in the screen icon indicates the screen position in SmartViewer.
: The orange icon indicates the current channel is connected to a camera.
: The gray icon indicates the current channel is connected to a camera but not
displayed in the screen.
: The black icon with a slash indicates the current channel is not connected to any
camera.
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NEXT Button
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Click the NEXT(Mouse Left Button) to see the channel next to the current channel.
In Single Mode : 1 ➝ 2 ➝ 3 ➝ 4 ➝ 1 (CH)
In Quad Mode : 1,2,3,4 ➝ 1,2,3,4 (CH)
In Nine-Split Mode : 1,2,3,4 ➝ 1,2,3,4 (CH)
In Sixteen-Split Mode : 1,2,3,4 ➝1,2,3,4 (CH)
Note
If you connected with multi-DVRs(SHR-2040/2041/2042) through a site, the
sequence will operate as follows.
- In Single Mode : DVR1:3CH ➝...➝ DVR1:4CH ➝ DVR2:1CH ➝...➝ DVR1:1CH
- In Quad Mode : DVR1:1,2,3,4CH ➝...➝ DVR2:1,2,3,4CH
- In Nine-Split Mode : DVR1:1,2,3,4CH ➝ DVR2:1,2,3,4CH ➝DVR3:1,2,3,4CH ...
- In Sixteen-Split Mode : DVR1:1,2,3,4CH ➝ DVR2:1,2,3,4CH ➝DVR3:1,2,3,4CH ...
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CALLBACK Button
- If you press CALLBACK, the CALLBACK window will be activated to receive
messages.
- Receiving a message, Smart Viewer automatically tries to contact a DVR.
- In the event of Video Loss, Alarm, or Motion Detection, a message is received.
- You can select if the alarm is set on/off when it receives an event message.
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FAVORITE Button
- If you press FAVORITE, the FAVORITE window will be activated.
a
a
b
b
c
c
d
d
If you click the current FAVORITE, the cameras saved in
the current setting value will be displayed in the screen.
You may delete the selected FAVORITE or all FAVORITE
setting values.
You may set up a new FAVORITE number and name.
Change FAVORITE at the set intervals.
Note
- The FAVORITE button is available only when you contact SITE.
- The FAVORITE information setting value is saved in the Config file even after you are
away from the SITE.
- If you change the DVR list composing the SITE from Setup, the FAVORITE setting value
will be initialized
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Video Recording Button
- If you select a channel in the playback and click the “Save” button, the video will
be saved in a file format with the extension of *.dvr in a designated folder of your
PC.
- The name of the directory in which an image will be saved, the file name, and the
image save length shall be set up at the Setup Mode ➝ Viewer Setup.
- The video length to be saved can be set from one minute to 10 minutes.
- The saved video can be played in the Local mode of Search mode.
- Click the button again to stop recording. However, manual suspension is prohibited for 10 seconds after recording started.
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Audio Volume Control Button
- You can control the audio volume of channel in the playback or set to mute for it.
- You can adjust the audio volume from 0 to +10.
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Video Brightness/Contrast Control button
- Select the channel in the playback and use the control button(+,-) to adjust the
brightness or contrast of video.
- The default value is set to +5.
- You can adjust the brightness or contrast from 0 to +10.
- Press the
button to recover the default value.
Note
The adjusted Audio volume, brightness, and contrast values will be saved in your PC
and remain unchanged even if you terminate Smart Viewer and restart it.
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PTZ Camera Control Buttons
- Select a channel connected to PTZ Camera to control PTZ related functions.
- PAN Left / Right
- TILT Up / Down
- Diagonal Control
- The channel under PTZ control will be displayed in the center of the button.
3
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!@ ZOOM IN / OUT
# POWER ZOOM : Click P button to activate POWER ZOOM.
- POWER ZOOM is a function to zoom in or zoom out the video screen by clicking the
screen.
- After POWER ZOOM is dominant, ZOOM IN / OUT will zoom in or out the video
screen.
- POWER ZOOM Operation Procedure : Click POWER ZOOM ➝ Select ZOOM IN or
OUT ➝ Click ZOOM IN or OUT zone in the video screen ➝ ZOOM IN / OUT will be
activated in the clicked zone.
Note
The PAN / TILT / ZOOM function is supported to all the cameras.
But, POWER ZOOM is supported only by Samsung Smart Dome Camera, and
assured to the operation of TILT below 45°.
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! PRESET
- If you press the PRESET button, a window for PRESET setup pops up.
a If you click the current PRESET number and
a
name, the camera will move to its position.
b
b You can delete the selected or all the
PRESET setup values.
c
c You can set a new PRESET number and
name.
Note
! The PRESET function is supported to all the cameras.
You are allowed to set no more than 20 PRESET items.
But, the AD Protocol camera can be set up to 7 PRESET items.
@ AUTOPAN : The camera moves between starting and ending points.
# SCAN : The camera moves circulating the preset positions.
$ PATTERN : The camera moves following the route that you have defined.
Note
The preset function is supported by all cameras. You can set up to 20 presets. But an
active directory (AD) protocol camera can have 7 presets. The names of @, #, and
$ may vary depending on the camera vendor. And those functions may not be supported by some product.
- Samsung cameras support those functions.
- In case of Panasonic cameras, the names of AUTOPAN, SCAN, and PATTERN are as
following: @ SEQUENCE # AUTOPAN $ SORT.
- In case of PELCO cameras, the names of AUTOPAN, SCAN, and PATTERN are as
following: @ FRAME SCAN # AUTO SCAN $ PATTERN.
- The other cameras do not support those functions.
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Self Menu Setup of PTZ device
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! You can set the function menu in the PTZ camera.
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! This is a Menu screen supplied by the camera itself, seen from Viewer.
@ Use the /// button for the movement between menus.
# This is a button for the role of Enter.
Note
The Camera Menu Setup function is supported by Samsung and Panasonic camera
only.
Caution
As far as SHR-2040/2041/2042 uses the PTZ camera control functions, Smart Viewer
can not control PTZ Camera.
The PTZ Camera control functions can be used by the user with Admin
authority.
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Search Mode
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The initial screen of search mode
- The search mode is divided into the remote mode to search and play the
SHR-2040/2041/2042 video and the local mode to play *.dvr file saved in the
directory designated by your PC.
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! To change to the search mode for the remote control of video recorded in
SHR-2040/2041/2042.
@ To show the playback video.
# To change to the remote mode for the transmission of video recorded in
SHR-2040/2041/2042 through network.
$ To change to the local mode for the playback of *.dvr files recorded in your PC.
% Calendar window to select “Year/Month/Day” for search.
^ To control the audio volume and video brightness/contrast.
& To change the screen split.
* Button for the Record / Convert File / Print / Setup functions.
( To control the playback of searched video.
) To display the next channel in order.
1 To change the channel and DVR or renew the calendar window
and Time Line.
2 Timeline to display the time information of search date recorded in
SHR-2040/2041/2042.
Note
- When connecting to the site, select a DVR to search in the camera connection list.
- When connecting as a user, you are denied to access the search mode.
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DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042) Selection/Change by contacting SITE
- Same as “DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042)/SITE Connection” of the monitoring mode.
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DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042) Selection/Change by contacting SITE
- Select SHR-2040/2041/2042 from the Contact list.
- SHR-2040/2041/2042 turns black if contacted with the ADMIN authority and
turns gray if contacted with the USER authority.
- Without the ADMIN authority, search is not accessible.
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Remote Mode
- This mode transfers the video data recorded in SHR-2040/2041/2042 by network
for the playback.
- Up to 4 channels are allowed for simultaneous search and playback.
- The video information at the time indicated by the timebar will be displayed in the
playback screen.
When clicking, it changes to the remote mode.
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Calendar Window
- If the video data in on-line SHR-2040/2041/2042 is recorded, the date
turns red.
- If you click the date in red, the saved video information is displayed.
- The currently selected date will be marked with a thick red box.
- ¦: Moves to the previous month.
- ‹: Moves to the next month.
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Audio Volume Control, Video Brightness/Contrast Control Buttons
- Same as the control function of Monitoring Mode
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Screen Split Selection Button
- Full Screen / Single / Quad / Nine-split/ Sixteen split mode
Note
In the remote mode, Nine-split Mode is not available and in the local mode, Quad,
Nine split Mode is not available.
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Video Save(Backup) / Video Conversion / Print / Setup
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! Video save button
:During the playback(Play/Reverse Play/Fast Forward/Fast Backward),
- If you select a channel in the playback and click the SAVE button, the video is
saved in a file format with the extension of *.dvr in a designated folder of your PC.
- The directory in which an image will be saved, the file name, and
the video length to be saved can be set at the Setup Mode ➝ Viewer Setup.
- The video length to be saved can be set from one minute to 10 minutes.
- Click the button again to stop recording. However, manual suspension is
prohibited for 10 seconds after recording started.
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Backup Button
- If not playback(Stop), the video save button performs the backup function.
- If the save button is pressed, the window for backup pops up.
- Set a Start/End tome for backup and select a file format to save.
- The backup starts when the “Start” button is clicked. The backup file is saved
according to the setting route; Setup ➞ Viewer Setup ➞ Video Recording ➞
Video Location.
- To stop the backup, click the “Stop” button.
Note
Video saving in the remote mode is available only when the Play/Reverse
Play/Fast Forward/Fast Backward button remains pressed down.
The backup function in the remote mode is available at the Stop status.
In the case of avi backup, you need the divx codec for playing saved files.
The divx codec can be found at www.divx.com.
@ File Converting Button
- This function converts *.dvr files into “*.jpg” files.
- Click the “Open” button to select a *.dvr file to be converted.
- Select the JPEG Frame or AVI Video.
- If the JPEG Frame is selected, the file is converted into the “*.jpg” file by
clicking the “Start” button. The converted “*.jpg” file is saved according to the
setting route Setup ➞ Viewer Setup ➞ File Converting ➞ Jpeg Location.
- I f the AVI Video is selected, the file is converted into the “*.avi” file by clicking
the “Start” button. The converted “*.avi” file is saved according to the setting
route Setup ➞ Viewer Setup ➞ File Converting ➞ AVI Location
- Press the “Start” button to convert it to a *.Jpg file. Press Setup ➞ Viewer
Setup ➞ File Converting to save the converted *.jpg file.
- Click the Stop button to pause the file conversion.
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# Print
- This function outputs the screen zone of the playback video which is now
being displayed.
$ Setup Mode Button
- This button pops up the setup mode window.
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Play Buttons
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! Play : Play
@ Reverse Play : Reverse Play
# Stop : Stop
$ Fast Forward : Faster Play
% Fast Backward : Faster Reverse Play
^ Step Forward : Forward playback per second.
& Step Backward : Reverse playback per second.
* Go to First : Playback of the first image in the time Line
( Go to Last : Playback of the latest(last) image in the time Line
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Note
During the play(Play/RevPlay/FF/FB), disconnection or change to the both
monitoring mode and local mode is not permitted. Click the Stop button first before
the change.
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Time Line
- Displays the time information of video in SHR-2040/2041/2042 selected on the
calendar window.
- The normal mode indicates the time information of 24 hours while the
Extension mode indicates the time information every 2 hours.
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[ Normal mode ]
! The channels being displayed in the playback screen will be activated in the white
background.
@ Time Line : The time information of video recorded in SHR-2040/2041/2042.
# Time Bar : Displays the current time of video being displayed in the playback screen.
Note
Double click the area closed by the time bar to change to the zoom in mode.
One column of time line represents an hour.
Time Line turns Green(Normal), Red(Panic), Orange(Alarm), Blue(Motion),
Yellow(Schedule), or Purple(Video Loss) depending on the recording condition.
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2
[ Zoom In Mode ]
! Displays the time line one hour ago.
@ Displays the time line one hour later.
Note
Double click again the area closed by the time bar to change to the normal mode.
One column of time line represents 5 minutes.
Time Line turns Green(Normal), Red(Panic), Orange(Alarm), Blue(Motion),
Yellow(Schedule), or Purple(Video Loss) depending on the recording condition.
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Next Button
- Changes the channel as the Next button does in the monitoring mode.
Note
During the video playback(Play/RevPlay/FF/FB), the channel change is not available.
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Reload Button
- Updates the record time information in the calendar window and time line.
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Local Mode
- Plays *.dvr file saved in the directory of your PC by the Record function.
- You can search and play only one channel.
- You are allowed to access it regardless of connecting with SHR-2040/2041/2042.
- Other functions than the calendar display function are as same as those of
the remote mode.
- The time information of LocalFile will be displayed at the first channel position in
the time line together with the file name.
: Selects a file to be played in the file selection window and changes
to the local mode.
Note
Only the *.dvr file saved by the audio activation can be played in the local mode.
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Setup Mode
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Initial Screen
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! Button to select items for DVR Setup, Viewer Setup, Site Setup, and S/W Version
setup.
@ It shows what the selected Setup item can set up in detail.
# button to terminate the setup window.
$ Button to save the information revised in the setup window, remark the information
prior to such a revision, or terminate the setup window.
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Setup Item Selection Button
- It is used for the selection of each setup item.
- It is composed of 4 items-DVR Setup, Viewer Setup, Site Setup, and S/W
Version.
- DVR Setup : Allows you to change the remote menu setup items of
SHR-2040/2041/2042.
- Viewer Setup : Allows you to set the various kinds of item concerning the
operation of Smart Viewer.
- Site Setup : Allows you to set SHR-2040/2041/2042 information, that is
SHR-2040/2041/2042 name, IP Address, ID, and Password that you are going to
contact through Smart Viewer or registers all the registered
SHR-2040/2041/2042s at a site for control.
- S/W Version : Shows the current version of Smart Viewer, system
requirement, and the System S/W version of on-line SHR-2040/2041/2042 and
upgrades SHR-2040/2041/2042 System S/W remotely.
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Save/Cancellation of Revised Information
- Click the [Apply] button to save the information revised in the setup window and
click the [Cancel] button to display the information before such a revision.
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Closing the setup window
- Click the [X] icon on the top of right corner in the setup window or click the
[Close] button to close the setup window.
- If more than one setup item have been revised before you close the setup
window, the following message box pops up. If you press OK, the revised
information will be saved, closing the setup window but if you press CANCEL,
the revised information will be flown away, closing the Setup window.
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DVR Setup
- Click the [DVR Setup] button for DVR Setup.
- You can change remotely the setup items of SHR-2040/2041/2042 Menu, being
connected with Smart Viewer.
- DVR Setup is composed of 5 items; System, Camera/Audio, Monitoring,
Recording, and Network.
Note
- You are authorized with access to DVR Setup in an Admin authority only.
- The button will not be activated if you are connected to SHR-2040/2041/2042 as a
user or unconnected.
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! Among more than one SHR-2040/2041/2042 that is connected now, the name of
SHR-2040/2041/2042 connected in the Admin authority will be listed. Depending
on connecting to a SHR-2040/2041/2042 or the site, the name of
SHR-2040/2041/2042 or the name of SHR-2040/2041/2042 connected in the
Admin. Authority among those composing the site will be listed. You can select one
to set SHR-2040/2041/2042 Menu.
@ To display the setup menu for selected SHR-2040/2041/2042.
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Detailed DVR Setup Items
! System
- Information
Information shows the information on on-line SHR-2040/2041/2042.
Note
For the detailed items of DVR Setup, refer to Chapter 5.
- Admin Password
You can change the Admin password related settings for control of DVR.
- User Password
You can change the user password related settings for control of DVR.
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Caution
System Password shall be composed of numeric only, up to 8 digits.
Note
- The Delete key and the combination of Ctrl+C or Ctrl+V in the keyboard are not
supported at the System Password input.
- Use the BACKSPACE key to delete the contents.
Note
Default System Password is set to 4321.
- Date/Time
Data/Time is used to set the information of Date, Time, Format, and DST for
on-line SHR-2040/2041/2042.
Note
- If you change the Data/Time value, SHR-2040/2041/2042 automatically cuts the
connection with Smart Viewer to apply the new time setup.
- Upon completing the new time setup for SHR-2040/2041/2042, you are permitted
to resume the connection with the Smart Viewer.
- But, Display Format or DST can be set without the disconnection.
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- Language
Language sets the language in which on-line SHR-2040/2041/2042 will be
expressed
Note
The change of language by the system language results in the change of language
expression setup of SHR-2040/2041/2042. In short, the language setup of Smart
Viewer does not change.
Language specification to be supported is subject to change later.
- Storage Setup
It displays the information of the HDD that is contained in your DVR.
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- Remocon (Remote Control Device)
Remocon can set the remote control device installed to SHR-2040/2041/2042.
Note
If you install the remote control device to the main body of SHR-2040/2041/2042
and activate the setup, PTZ control is not available in the Viewer.
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@ Camera
- Config.
Config. sets Video, Audio On/Off, Camera Title, and Auto Sequence Time
for each channel of on-line SHR-2040/2041/2042.
Caution
- Only English is supported for the title. If you type in and apply the title in your
native language, warning message pop sup to ask your retyping.
- The title should be composed of no more than 15 digits.
- If you leave the title blank and apply it, Warning message pops up to ask
your retyping.
Note
- The Delete key and the combination of Ctrl+C or Ctrl+V in the keyboard are not
supported for title input.
- Use the BACKSPACE key to delete the contents.
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- PTZ device
It sets Camera ID, Protocol, Baud Rate, Parity, Data Bit, Stop Bit, and Serial
Mode when connecting the dome camera to all the channels.
# Monitoring
- Monitoring
It sets both the event monitoring and OSG display of the live mode.
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$ Recording
- Rec. Mode
It sets the Video Size, Quality, and Rate values during the recording by the
setting the recoding ON/OFF for the related channel in the live mode.
NTSC
PAL
Note
Full D1(L) Video Size does not support 15.00ips, 10.00ips (NTSC) / 12.50ips, and
8.33ips(PAL) Rate.
- Video size Rec.
Sets the Video size. The Video size being set in the menu affects to the ips
setup of Rec. Mode and Event Rec.
Note
Full D1(L) Video Size does not support 15.00ips, 10.00ips (NTSC) / 12.50ips, and
8.33ips(PAL) Rate.
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- Event Rec.
It sets the Video Size, Quality, Rate, Pre Alarm, and Post Alarm values to be
recorded when an event occurs.
NTSC
PAL
Note
Full D1(L) Video Size does not support 15.00ips, 10.00ips(NTSC) / 12.50ips, and
8.33ips(PAL) Rate.
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- Alarm Rec.
It sets the information necessary for the alarm recording.
Note
More than one camera should be selected to apply the alarm.
- Motion Rec.
It sets the information necessary for the recording by the motion Detection.
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- Video Loss
Video Loss sets up the information on how to inform the user of Video Loss of
SHR-2040/2041/2042.
% Network
- Password
It sets the password for Admin and User when connecting with
SHR-2040/2041/2042 through the network in Smart Viewer.
Caution
- Network password should be composed of numeric and it can be input up to 8 digits.
- If you leave password blank and apply it, a warning message pops up to ask your retyping.
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Note
- The Delete key and the combination of Ctrl+C or Ctrl+V in the keyboard are not
supported to the network password input.
- Use the BACKSPACE key to delete the contents.
Note
- Default Admin Password is set to 4321.
- Default User Password is set to 4321.
- IP Settings
It sets the network connection method of SHR-2040/2041/2042.
SHR-2040/2041/2042 supports the connection with Static IP, Dynamic
IP, and ADSL(PPPoE). It can set the network bandwidth. Adjust the
bandwidth to the network condition in which SHR-2040/2041/2042 is
connected.
It sets the IP Address, Gateway, Subnet Mask, and DNS. Input both ID and
password of the sub scriber for ADSL.
Caution
- Be sure to inquire the network manager before you input Network IP, Gateway,
Subnet Mask, and DNS.
- Both ADSL ID and Password can be input up to 40 digits of alphabets, numbers,
and symbols without discrimination.
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● Transfer Protocol
- You can change the transfer protocol setting value. The protocol supports
TCP/IP and UDP(Unicast, Multicast). Control Port(TCP/IP) and Port(UDP) to alter
the connection port. Both Multicast IP and TTL are used for UDP(Multicast).
● Callback
- You can set the Callback function of SHR-2040/2041/2042.
- In the event of Alarm, Motion Detection, or Video Loss, set the IP address and
port of PC where SmartViewer is installed to forward Callback messages. In
failure of message forwarding, set the value for retrial.
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Note
- SHR-2040/2041/2042 uses 4 ports for TCP connection.
- The PORT number is flexible and 4 consecutive numbers are grouped for the
change ( 554,555,556,557 ➝ 558,559,560,561 )
- If you use the IP Router for network composition, you should allocate a protocol
for SHR-2040/2041/2042.
Viewer Setup
- Click the [Viewer Setup] for Viewer Setup.
- Viewer Setup sets the various kinds of item related to the operation of Smart
Viewer.
- Viewer setup is composed of Video Recording, File Converting, Sequence Time,
OSD Display, Auto Connection, Callback Connection, and Language.
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4
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6
7
8
! Item to set the information necessary for saving the video data displayed into
*.dvr file when connecting with SHR-2040/2041/2042.
@ Item to set the information necessary for converting the file saved
in your PC with *.dvr file into JPEG.
# Item to set the information necessary for the auto sequence mode.
$ Item to set the information of Smart Viewer OSD.
% Item to set whether Smart Viewer shall be automatically connected to
DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042) or Site when it begins running.
^ This is a menu item that is designed to set the alarming time when it receives
an event message such as an alarm, motion and / or Video loss.
& Item to set a port for the callback connection.
* This item is for the language setup.
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Video Recording
! Naming
- Being connected to SHR-2040/2041/2042 in the monitoring or search mode, you
can save the video displayed with *.dvr file and name it.
- If you set to “Camera No. + Serial No.”, the file name depends on the camera
number and serial number. If set to “Camera No. + Date”, it depends on the
camera number, current date, and time.
@ Location
2040/2041/2042
- When connecting with SHR-2040/2041/2042 in the monitoring or search mode
and saving the video displayed, it sets the directory where *.dvr file to be saved.
- The current default directory is “Directory that installs Smart Viewer
Program \ video \ dvr”.
# Recording Time
- When connecting with SHR-2040/2041/2042 in the monitoring or search mode
and saving the video displayed, it sets the maximum saving time.
- The saving time can be set from 1 to 10 minutes. If the saving time exceeds the
preset time, the saving stops automatically.
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File Converting
[JPEG]
! Location
2040/2041/2042
- You can convert the file saved in your PC with *.dvr format into JPEG file.
The frames composing * .dvr file will be converted into JPEG file.
Sets the directory in which the converted JPEG file will be saved.
- The current default directory is “Directory that installs Smart Viewer
Program \ frame”.
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Sequence Time
- When connecting with SHR-2040/2041/2042 in the monitoring mode, set the
auto sequence time if the auto sequence is set. The time can be set from 10 to
20 minutes.
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OSD Display
- Sets if OSD shall be displayed on each channel of Smart Viewer.
- Whether you check “Enable” or not, OSD will appear or not.
However, Audio icon, PTZ icon, REC icon, and Alarm/Motion event icon will not
be affected by the OSD condition.
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Callback Connection
- Sets the port for Callback connection.
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Auto Connection
- Sets if the smart viewer is automatically connected to SHR-2040/2041/2042 or
site at the initial operation.
- If you check “Auto Connection Enable”, the names of SHR-2040/2041/2042 and
Site currently registered at the DVR/Site list will be displayed in the following list.
If you select one from the list, the smart viewer will connect to the selected
SHR-2040/2041/2042 or Site when it operates later.
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Language
- Sets the language used in the SmartViewer.
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Site Setup
- Click the [Site Setup] button for Site Setup.
- The information of DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042) or Site that you want to connect by
Smart Viewer is set in the Site Setup.
- Smart Viewer allows you to connect with DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042) or Site
registered only here.
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3
5
2
4
! The DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042) list that registered by the user is displayed.
@ The button to add a new DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042), delete, or edit the exist
DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042)
# The site list that registered by the user is displayed.
$ The button to add a new site, delete, edit the exist site, or delete
DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042) that composes the site.
% The button to add DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042) selected from the DVR list to the
Site selected from the Site list.
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DVR List
- The information of DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042) that you want to connect by
Smart Viewer is set in the DVR List.
- You can register a new DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042) or delete and edit the
DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042) selected from the registered list, and the name and
IP / MAC Address of the registered DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042) is displayed in
DVR List.
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- If your DVR (SHR-2040/2041/2042) uses a static IP, select “Static IP” for
Address Type and type in the name of the DVR (SHR-2040/2041/2042) and
the IP address.
- Select “Port” so that it matches the port number that you’ve set in the network
menu of DVR (SHR-2040/2041/2042).
- If your DVR (SHR-2040/2041/2042) uses a dynamic IP such as in a cable
modem or VDSL, or PPPoE for ADSL, select “MAC Address” for Address Type
and type in the MAC address of the DVR (SHR-2040/2041/2042).
- Select “Port” so that it matches the port number that you’ve set in the network
menu of DVR (SHR-2040/2041/2042).
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- If you select “Use DDNS” in the network settings menu of DVR
(SHR-2040/2041/2042) or use an IP splitter to register an URL using DDNS,
you can make connection via the URL.
- If you want to make connection via the an URL, select “URL” for Address Type
and type in the URL set for the DVR or IP splitter in the URL menu item.
- Select “Port” so that it matches the port number that you’ve set in the network
menu of DVR (SHR-2040/2041/2042).
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Note
- The MAC address of DVR is written at the side label of the product.
It is also found in the system information of DVR Menu.
- If the DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042) is connected to ADSL, the network bandwidth is
low. Therefore, the transfer rate becomes low and the viewer operates in the more
limited range.
- The viewer can monitor up to 4CH all the same time.
- The viewer can search or play only 1CH.
- The audio does not play.
- The number of playback frame is 0.5 ips in average, but it is variable depending on
the number of channel and video size under simultaneous monitoring.
@ Deletion of an old DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042)
- If you select a DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042) in the DVR list for deletion and press
the [Delete] button, the following message box pops up. Press the [OK] button to
delete the DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042).
- When the DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042) for deletion is connected with the Smart
Viewer, the following message box pops up and the DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042)
cannot be deleted. Be sure to cut the connection between the
DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042) and the Smart Viewer before you delete it.
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# To Edit the old DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042)
- If you select a DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042) in the DVR list to edit and press the
[Edit] button, the following message box pops up. Press [OK] button to edit the
DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042).
- When the DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042) to edit is connected with the Smart
Viewer, the following message box pops up and the DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042)
cannot be edited. Be sure to cut the connection between the
DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042) and the Smart Viewer before you edit it.
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Site List
- You can register and control the many DVRS(SHR-2040/2041/2042) to be
connected with the smart viewer at once with a site in the site list. You are
allowed to register a new site, and delete or edit the selected site in the
registered list. Also, you can add or delete a DVRS(SHR-2040/2041/2042) to the
site selected in the site list.
- In the site list, both the name of a registered site and the name of
DVRS(SHR-2040/2041/2042) that composes the site are displayed with a list.
You can also set up up to 16 DVRS(SHR-2040/2041/2042) for one site.
! New site addition
- If you press the [New] button, the following window pops up and you can
allowed to input the information for a new site.
- The information to be input is the site name.
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@ To delete an old site or DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042)
- If you select a site or DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042) in the site list for deletion
and press the [Delete] button, the following message box pops up.
Press the [OK] button to delete either site or DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042).
- When deleting the DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042), it is deleted from the site
composition but the DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042) information is not deleted.
- When the site to delete or the site that is composed of the DVR
(SHR-2040/2041/2042) to delete is connected with the Smart Viewer, the
following message box pops up and the site or the DVR
(SHR-2040/2041/2042) cannot be deleted. Be sure to cut the connection
between the DVR (SHR-2040/2041/2042) and the Smart Viewer before you
delete it.
# To edit the information of an old site
- If you select a site in the site list to edit and press the [Edit] button, the
following message box pops up and you can edit the site information.
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- When the site to edit is connected with the Smart Viewer, the following
message box pops up and the site cannot be edited. Be sure to cut the
connection between the DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042) and the Smart Viewer
before you edit it.
- If you select a DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042) and press the [Edit] button, the
following message box pops up and the DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042) cannot
be edited. To edit the DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042), go to the DVR list.
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To add a DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042) to the site
- If you press the [Add] button, the DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042) selected in the
DVR list is added to the site selected in the site list.
- You can add up to 14 DVRs (SHR-2040/2041/2042) to one site, and you also can
delete the DVRs that compose the site from the site list.
- If you press the [Add] button unless a site is registered in the site list, a new site
named “Site [0]” as a default is created and the DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042) add
to it.
- When the site to add a DVR (SHR-2040/2041/2042) is connected with the Smart
Viewer, the following message box pops up and the addition of
DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042) to the site is impossible. Be sure to cut the
connection between the DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042) and the Smart Viewer
before you add a DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042).
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S/W Version
- If you press the [S/W Version] button, the smart viewer version, system
requirements, and the version of DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042) System S/W, being
connected to the smart viewer, are displayed.
- You can upgrade the on-line DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042) System S/W remotely. You
are authorized with S/W upgrade in an Admin authority only. With the authority of
user or without connecting with the DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042), your access will be
denied.
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2
! Displays the smart viewer version and system requirements.
@ Displays the version and name of DVR if any DRV(SHR-2160/2162/2080/2082)
is being connected with the Smart Viewer. This area can also provide functions
for remotely upgrading the DVR software, extracting, and recovering the DVR
settings.
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Smart Viewer Version
- Smart Viewer Version and system requirements are displayed.
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DVR Version
SHR-2040/2041/2042
- DVR Version not only displays the connected DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042) name
if any DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042) is being connected with Smart Viewer or the
name of DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042) composing a site if any
DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042) is being connected with the site but also displays
DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042) S/W version.
- When the smart viewer does not connected with the DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042),
it displayed with a gray and “Not connected” is displayed in the status.
- Each DVR Version has a check box, which is used for S/W Upgrade.
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DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042) S/W Upgrade
- Smart Viewer upgrades on-line DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042) S/W remotely.
! Select a DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042) to be upgraded among
DVRs(SHR-2040/2041/2042) on line.
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@ Click the following button to open the “SHR-2040/2041/2042 Firmware” file
in format.
2040/2041/2042
2040/2041/2042
# Press the [Upgrade] button to transmit a file to the selected
DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042) and start the upgrade of DVR
(SHR-2040/2041/2042) S/W.
$ The progress of file transmission and upgrade is displayed at the bottom.
Caution
Be sure to suspend all the DVR system functions in action such as recording, MENU,
backup, and playback before you upgrade the DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042) S/W.
Never try to turn the DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042) power off during the S/W
upgrade.
The S/W upgrade requires about 5 minutes.
If the S/W upgrade is suspended accidentally, the previous S/W will be left intact.
Note
The new Firmware necessary for DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042) S/W upgrade should be
downloaded from the CCTV Part in Products Section at the
http://www.samsung.com
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Extracting the settings for DVR(SHR-2160/2160/2080/2082)
- SmartViewer enables you to extract the menu settings for the connected
DVR(SHR-2160/2160/2080/2082).
! Select the DVR you want to extract the setting values from.
@ Press the [Export] button to specify the file name (*.dat), then the setting values can be saved on your PC.
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Recovering the menu setting values for DVR(SHR-2160/2160/2080/2082)
- SmartViewer enables you to restore the menu settings for the connected
DVR(SHR-2160/2160/2080/2082).
! Select the DVR you want to restore the setting values.
@ Click the button as shown below to open a menu setup file (*.dat).
# Press the [Import] button to transfer the setup file to the selected DVR. Then
the menu settings are recovered.
$ When you restore the settings, click the following checkbox to recover the
network settings if necessary.
Note
Import/Export function does not affect for the Motion Detection Setup Area and
Record Schedule.
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Product Specification
Item
Details
OS
Broadcasting
Input Voltage
Embedded OS
NTSC/PAL System
2040-DC 12V, AC 110-220(NTSC),
AC 100-230(PAL)
2041/2042 - AC 110-220(NTSC)
AC 100-230(PAL)
Power Consumption
2040 : 30Watt, 2041 : 60Watt, 2042 : 51Watt
Composite 4 Channel
- 1.0Vp-p
- 75Ω Hi Z Termination
Video Input
Video
Video Output
Audio Input
Audio
Audio Output
Video size &
Frame Rate
Video size
720X480 (NTSC)
720X576 (PAL)
Display Mode
Single
4 Split
PIP
Mode sequence
Freeze
2 X Zoom
Live
Monitoring
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BNC Type
Loop Through Out 4 Channel
- Auto Termination
Composite 2 Channel
- Normal Video Output 1 Channel
- Spot Output 1 Channel
- BNC Type
S-Video 1 Channel
- 1.0Vp-p
VGA 1 Channel
Mono 4 Channel
- -5dBm, 600Ω
RCA Type
Mono 1 Channel
- -6dBm
RCA Type
Frame Rate (1Ch/4Ch)
30fps/480fps(NTSC)
/25fps/100fps(PAL)
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Details
Compression
Method
Video Size &
Performance
Remarks
Video : MPEG4
Audio : ADPCM
Resolution
Quality Level
Max Image Rate
CIF(C)
352X240(NTSC)
/352X288(PAL)
Very High
High
Standard
Low
30.00ips(NTSC)/
25.00ips(PAL)
Half D1(N)
720X288(NTSC)
/720X288(PAL)
Very High
High
Standard
Low
15.00ips(NTSC)/
12.50ips(PAL)
Full D1(L)
720X480(NTSC)
/720X576(PAL)
Very High
High
Standard
Low
30.00ips(NTSC)/
25.00ips(PAL)
Recording
Recording
Mode
Time Laps
Storage
Capacity
Internal
External
Normal ➝ REC Key
Schedule ➝ Schedule Table
Event
-Alarm Detection
-Motion Detection
-Video Loss
-Pre & Post Recording
NTSC : 1.00ips/3.00ips/5.00ips/7.50ips/
10.00ips/15.00ips
PAL : 1.00ips/2.50ips/5.00ips/6.25ips/8.33ips/
12.50ips/25.00ips
SHR-2040 : ATA HDD x 2(MAX)
-MAX HDD Size: 500GB x 2 = 1TB
SHR-2041 : ATA HDD x 4(MAX)
-MAX HDD Size: 500GB x 4 = 2TB
SHR-2042 : ATA HDD x 3(MAX)
-MAX HDD Size: 500GB x 3 = 1.5TB
USB HDD
-MAX 1 (Not support USB hub)
-MAX HDD Size : 500GB
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Item
Search Mode
Video size &
Performance
Play Back
Display Mode
Play Mode
Backup
Alarm
Network
Serial I/F
PC Spec.
Remote
Viewer
Support OS
Function
Operation Temp.
Preservation Temp.
Operation Humidity
Preservation Humidity
Size
Weight
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Calendar
Event
- Normal, Schedule, Alarm, Motion, Video Loss
Date/Time
Go to First
Go to Last
Backup Data
Decoding Performance
Video size
1Ch Mode
4Ch Mode
30.00ips(NTSC)/25.00ips(PAL) 30.00ips(NTSC)/25.00ips(PAL)/1CH
CIF
Half D1(N) 30.00ips(NTSC)/25.00ips(PAL) 15.00ips(NTSC)/12.50ips(PAL)/1CH
Full D1(L) 30.00ips(NTSC)/25.00ips(PAL) Not supported by SHR-2040/2041/2042
Full D1 is supported in the 1 ch mode only
Single ➝ 1Channel Decoding
4 Split ➝ 4Channel Decoding
➝ 1Channel Decoding + 1Channel Live
PIP
6 Split ➝ PB(Single)+4 Channel Live
- Single➝ 6 Split(1CH PB)➝PIP➝4 Split
9 Split ➝ PB(4 Split)+4 Channel Live
- 4 Split➝ 6 Split(4CH PB)➝4 Split
Play, Pause, Stop, 2x Digital Zoom
Fast Forward/Fast Reverse
- 2x, 4x, 8x, 16x, 32x, 64x
USB External HDD
USB CD/DVD Writer
USB Flash Memory
Input : 4 Input
- 5mA
Output : 2 Relay Output
- 2A/30VDC, 0.5A/125VAC
Reset : 1 Input
- 5mA
Ethernet : 10/100 Base T, ADSL(PPPoE), DHCP
RS-485 ➝ PTZ Device Control, Remote Control Device
CPU : Pentium III, 1GHz or higher
RAM : SDRAM 256MB or higher
Graphic Accelerator : Graphic Memory
32MB or higher
DirectX : 8.1 or higher
Win2000, WinXP
Live Image Monitoring Mode
Local File Search & Play Back Mode
Remote File Search & Play Back Mode
0ºC to 40ºC (32ºF to 104ºF)
-20ºC to 60ºC (-4ºF to 140ºF)
20% ~ 85% RH
20% ~ 85% RH
215(W) X 88(H) X 337(D) (2040)
430(W) X 88(H) X 400(D) (2041/2042)
About 3.35Kg(2040)/About 6.5Kg(2041)/About 7.3Kg(2042)
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Outline Drawings
[SHR-2040]
[SHR-2041]
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Factory Default
This restores the Network information and preset values in SHR-2040/2041/2042 to
the original state at the time of factory shipment.
Factory Default will be done as follows;
- Use System / Load Factory Default in MENU or,
- If you hold on to the Mode button in Live Mode and keep pressing the CH2
button for 5 seconds, the system will return to the Factory default condition. The front
button repeats the flickering.
Classification
Detailed Items
Time/Date/Language
System Setup
Password
HDD Mode
Camera Config
Camera Setup
PTZ Device
Screen Setup
Factory Setup
Date Format
YYYY-MM-DD
Time Format
24 Hours
Language
English
Summer Time
Off
Password
4321
Password Lock
On
Disk End Mode
Overwrite
Disk End Beep
Off
Video
On
Audio
Off
Title
CAM_01 ~ CAM_4
Auto Seq.
5 sec
ID
Camera No.
Protocol
None
Baudrate
9600
Parity
None
Data
8
Stop
1
Serial Mode
Half Duplex
Brightness
50
Contrast
50
Color
50
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Classification
Detailed Items
Factory Setup
Duration
Off
Event Monitoring
Date
On
OSD Display
Time
On
Title
On
Status
On
Monitoring
Spot Out Channel
CH1
Spot Out Event Monitor
Off
Monitor Out
Composite Out
1CH DVR Support
Off
Record Mode
Setup
Mode
On
Video Size
CIF
Quality
Standard
30ips(NTSC)/25ips(PAL)
Rate
Record Schedule
Continuous Recording
Off
Event Recording
On
Video Size
Video Size
Event Record Mode
Event Record
Setup
PreEvent
Off
PostEvent
Off
Off
Alarm
Camera
Camera No.
Detection Setup
Alarm-Out
None
Video Loss Detection Setup
English
Normal
30ips(NTSC)/25ips(PAL)
Sensor State
Motion Detection Setup
10-7
Rate
CIF
Duration
10 sec
M.D State
Off
Area
All Area
Sensitivity
High
Alarm-Out
None
Duration
10 sec
Video Loss Detection Setup
Off
Alarm-Out
None
Duration
10 sec
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Classification
Detailed Items
IP Settings
Network
Transfer Protocol
Settings
Callback Settings
Factory Setup
Connection Mode
Static IP
Bandwidth
2Mbps
Admin Password
4321
User Password
4321
IP
192.168.001.200
Gateway
192.168.001.001
Subnet Mask
255.255.255.000
DNS
168.126.063.001
ADSL User ID
ID
Password
-
Protocol type
UDP
Port(TCP)
554.555.556.557
Port(UDP)
8000-8159
Unicast / Multicast
Unicast
Multicast IP
224.126.063.001
TTL
005
DDNS Site
Off
Host Name
-
User Name
-
User Password
-
On / Off
Off
IP Address
192.168.001.010
Port(UDP)
7900
Retry
05
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SHR-2040/2041/2042 Smart Viewer
Frame Specification for the Playback
NTSC
FRAME
RATE
15
10
7.5
5
3
Viewer Screen
Split Mode
Half D1(N)
CIF (C)
Nine-split
1 frame/sec
15 frame/sec
Fore-split
15 frame/sec
15 frame/sec
Single
15 frame/sec
15 frame/sec
Half D1(N)
CIF (C)
Nine-split
10 frame/sec
10 frame/sec
Fore-split
10 frame/sec
10 frame/sec
Single
10 frame/sec
10 frame/sec
Half D1(N)
CIF (C)
Nine-split
7.5 frame/sec
7.5 frame/sec
Fore-split
7.5 frame/sec
7.5 frame/sec
Single
7.5 frame/sec
7.5 frame/sec
Half D1(N)
CIF (C)
Nine-split
5 frame/sec
5 frame/sec
Fore-split
5 frame/sec
5 frame/sec
Single
5 frame/sec
5 frame/sec
Half D1(N)
CIF (C)
3 frame/sec
3 frame/sec
Nine-split
Fore-split
3 frame/sec
3 frame/sec
Single
3 frame/sec
3 frame/sec
Half D1(N)
CIF (C)
1 frame/sec
1 frame/sec
Nine-split
1
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Fore-split
1 frame/sec
1 frame/sec
Single
1 frame/sec
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FRAME
RATE
12.5
8.33
6.25
5
2.5
1
Viewer Screen
Split Mode
VIDEO SIZE
Half D1(N)
CIF (C)
Nine-split
1 frame/sec
12.5 frame/sec
Fore-split
12.5 frame/sec
12.5 frame/sec
Single
12.5 frame/sec
12.5 frame/sec
Half D1(N)
CIF (C)
Nine-split
8.33 frame/sec
8.33 frame/sec
Fore-split
8.33 frame/sec
8.33 frame/sec
Single
8.33 frame/sec
8.33 frame/sec
Half D1(N)
CIF (C)
Nine-split
6.25 frame/sec
6.25 frame/sec
Fore-split
6.25 frame/sec
6.25 frame/sec
Single
6.25 frame/sec
6.25 frame/sec
Half D1(N)
CIF (C)
Nine-split
5 frame/sec
5 frame/sec
Fore-split
5 frame/sec
5 frame/sec
Single
5 frame/sec
5 frame/sec
Half D1(N)
CIF (C)
2.5 frame/sec
2.5 frame/sec
Nine-split
Fore-split
2.5 frame/sec
2.5 frame/sec
Single
2.5 frame/sec
2.5 frame/sec
Half D1(N)
CIF (C)
1 frame/sec
1 frame/sec
Nine-split
Fore-split
1 frame/sec
1 frame/sec
Single
1 frame/sec
1 frame/sec
Note
The play frame specification of Smart Viewer varies on the setup of
SHR-2040/2041/2042 Recording Rate and Video Size or the screen split mode of
Smart Viewer. The above specification is applicable only when the main body of
SHR-2040/2041/2042 is connected with a fast network like LAN. When the main
body of SHR-2040/2041/2042 is connected with a slow network like ADSL, the play
speed will be 0.5 Frame/sec. In addition, the above specification has been defined to
the recommended specification of your PC. If your PC specification is lower than the
recommended, the number of frame to played may diminish.
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Troubleshooting(FAQ)
1. The system power is dead and LED in front of the system does not operate at all.
- Please check the power connection.
- Check the power voltage.
- If all your efforts like above end up with nothing, check or exchange the power
supply.
2. Video data remains in the system but some channels displays no video data but
turns all blue.
- Check the image of the camera connected to the system. Improper input of
camera input may cause this symptom.
- Check the camera power supply.
- Sometimes, you see this symptom when the video data is connected with
multisystems and the video signal from the video data distributor in use feels
weak. If it’s the case, you shall connect the camera images with
SHR-2040/2041/2042 DVR directly to check or improve such a symptom.
3.
The REC button in front has no effect on turning on REC LED or recording process.
- Please check the HDD space.
- Please check the Record Mode setup in MENU. It should be On.
4. All the front LEDs are in operation but the monitor remains black.
- Video out may come out differently with the connected monitor. In short, Video
Out is set to Composite Output but connected to VGA Input Monitor or vice
versa. Then, keep pressing both the “MODE” button and the “1” button on the left
for 5 seconds to change the Video Out mode.
5. The front LED blinks and the logo screen repeatedly appears.
- This symptom may be resulted from failure of HDD connection inside
SHR-2040/2041/2042 DVR. Take off the cover and check HDD connection
status. If HDD connection has no problem, please consult with the shop where
you bought SHR-2040/2041/2042 DVR.
6. You cannot enter MENU by forgotten password.
- If you forget the password, you shall reset SHR-2040/2041/2042 DVR to the
values set at the factory. Keep pressing both the “MODE” button and the “2”
button on the left for 5 seconds The password default is “4321”.
7. The channel button does not operate in Live.
- If the current screen is Event Monitoring, the channel button does not operate.
Then, press the Alarm button to terminate the current screen and select a channel.
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8. The cursor cannot reach Start during Calendar Search.
- Please check both the channel and the date for play are left checked. Both shall
be checked for play with Start. The cursor cannot reach the unrecorded date.
9. Alarm, once issued, keeps being issued though you press the front Alarm button
for cancellation.
- Press the front Menu button to cancel Alarm as follows.
1) To cancel Event Monitoring Screen : Monitoring-Event Monitoring Duration Off
2) To cancel Buzzer : Event Record-Alarm (Motion Detection/Video Loss).
Alarm-Out.
3) To cancel Event : Event Record-Alarm (Motion Detection/Video Loss).
State Off.
10. Pressing the PTZ button in Live receives no response.
- Check the Protocol and other setup values through Menu ➝ Camera ➝ PTZ
Device match with the PTZ camera.
11. When you connect several IEEE1394 armored HDDs to SHR-2040/2041/2042
DVR through Menu, SHR-2040/2041/2042 DVR cannot recognize all the HDDs.
- It requires time to recognize several armored HDDs. Please try again in a few
minutes. If retrial makes no improvement, HDD could be abnormal. Please
exchange the HDD.
12. “CLOCK BATTERY HAS FAILED” is displayed on the screen.
This message is displayed if the internal clock in DVR has problem.
DVR will not work in order to protect recorded data in HDDs.
Please consult with an expert who works for the shop where you bought the product.
13. You cannot connect to SHR-2040/2041/2042 DVR through Smart View.
- Check if 3 Smart Viewer users are in connection with SHR-2040/2041/2042 DVR.
SHR-2040/2041/2042 DVR allows no more than 3 users’ connection with
Smart Viewer at a time.
- Check the Network setup of SHR-2040/2041/2042 DVR.
- Check Network cable connection.
- When you use DHCP/ADSL(PPPoE) for connection, please check if you get the
right SHR-2040/2041/2042 DVR MAC Address.
- If SHR-2040/2041/2042 DVR is connected to the ADSL network, please check if
Bandwidth is set below 600 Kbps. If the Bandwidth for ADSL is set to high, the
connection with Smart Viewer may be instable due to the heavy network load as
the ADSL speed is low.
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14. Smart Viewer in operation is disconnected.
- If you change time, network setup, HDD format, Default Setup, or HDD
attachment or detachment for SHR-2040/2041/2042 DVR, the current Smart
Viewer will be automatically disconnected.
- Check network connection. Smart Viewer, if disconnected from Network, will try
reconnection up to 5 times. If it remains unconnected after 5 time trial, it will
automatically give up connection.
- As far as SHR-2040/2041/2042 DVR is connected to the ADSL network, you may
be disconnected from Smart Viewer when the network conditions goes bad.
15. The Audio icon of Smart Viewer is left inactivated in the Live mode. Setting Audio
to On in the Camera menu of SHR-2040/2041/2042 DVR will make no difference.
- If your PC has no Audio driver or has some problem with Audio play of an Audio
driver, the Audio icon will be inactivated. Please check Audio driver installation
status.
16. When selecting the channel which PTZ Camera is connected to in the Live mode
of Smart Viewer, click the “Menu Control” button among PTZ setup buttons to
enter the Function Menu mode in PTZ Camera, and return from the other channel,
the PTZ related buttons have been initialized.
- PTZ control is available in both Smart Viewer and SHR-2040/2041/2042 DVR.
Other user might control PTZ for SHR-2040/2041/2042 DVR to terminate the
PTZ Camera Menu or Auto Pan/Scan/Pattern motions while you select the other
channel. This may cause the initialization.
17. No Time Bar in the Search
- Time Line can be converted into 2 modes, General(24 Hour Display) and
Extension(2 Hour Display). In the Extension mode, Time Bar may not be seen in
the current time. Please enter the General mode or click the LEFT or RIGHT
button to search Time Bar.
18. “NO HDD” icon and error message pops up.
- Please check the HDD connection status. If this problem persist without connection failure, contact the technical support for checking hard disk.
19. DVR device does not show what has been upgraded after adding a hard disk.
- Make sure that the additional external HDD installed is one of the devices listed
on the compatibility list of HDDs. The list of the compatible devices with
Samsung DVR can be obtained from your vendor.
20. The connection status is not shown after connecting the external storage device,
USB memory, USB HDD and such.
- Make sure that the external storage device installed is one of the storage devices
listed on the compatibility list of storage devices. The list of the compatible
devices with Samsung DVR can be obtained from your vendor.
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Open source license report on
the product
This product uses software provided under the name of GPL and LGPL.
You can receive the following GPL and LGPL source codes by email request to
www.sec.co.kr.
- GPL Software
Kernel, Busybox, Sysvinit, dvd+rw-tools, cdrtools, dosfstools
- LGPL Software
gLibc, Inetutils
GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE
Version 2, June 1991
Copyright (C) 1989, 1991 Free
Software Foundation, Inc.
51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston,
MA 02110-1301, USA
Everyone is permitted to copy and distribute verbatim copies of this license
document, but changing it is not
allowed.
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designed to take away your freedom to
share and change it. By contrast, the
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sure the software is free for all its
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The hypothetical commands `show w'
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Here is a sample; alter the names:
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signature of Ty Coon, 1 April 1989
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Everyone is permitted to copy and distribute verbatim copies of this license
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Household users should contact either the retailer where they purchased this product, or their local
government office, for details of where and how they can take this item for environmentally safe recycling.
Business users should contact their supplier and check the terms and conditions of the purchase contract.
This product should not be mixed with other commercial wastes for disposal.
AB68-00655B-01
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