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SHR-2040/2041/2042 User’s Manual
Japan
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15cm
5cm
Japan
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HDD
(
)
HDD
LED
HDD
LED
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Japan
Japan
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SHR-2040/2041/2042
SHR-2040/2041/2042
SHR-2040/2041/2042
-
source code
website
download
(http://www.samsung.com CCTV Part)
-
[
]
SHR-2040/2041/2042
SHR-2040/2041/2042
- Normal Voltage : 3V
- Normal Capacity : 170mAh
- Continuous Standard Load : 0.2mA
- Operating Temperature : -20 +85
[
4
185
]
Off
Fail
Off
[
]
0
HDD
~ 40
(32
~ 104 ).
5
~ 55
(41
~ 131 )
Japan
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ii
vii
1
1-1
1-2
1-3
2
2-1
2-3
2-4
3
3-1
3-3
3-5
3-6
3-8
4
4-1
4-2
4-5
4-6
4-7
4-8
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1
1.
2.
3.
2
1.
2.
3. HDD
3
1. Video Audio Monitor
2. Network
3. USB
4. Alarm Input/Output
5. RS-485
4
Live
1.
2. Live
3. Live
4. Freeze
5.
6. Spot-out
Audio On/Off
Zoom
5
5
5-1
5-2
5-12
5-16
5-18
5-20
5-25
5-27
5-28
5-32
6
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
6
PTZ
6-1
1. PTZ
6-3
2.PAN, TILT, ZOOM
3.PRESET
4.
5.Preset View
6.
View
6-4
6-6
6-7
6-8
7
7
7-1
1. REC(
7-2
2.
3.
7-3
8
)
8
8-1
8-2
8-3
8-4
8-5
8-6
8-7
8-8
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
/
Japan
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9
9-1
9-2
9-3
9-4
9-7
9-8
9-9
9-23
9-30
9
Smart Viewer
1.
2.
3.
(
4.Smart Viewer
5.Smart Viewer
6.Smart Viewer
7.Monitoring
8.Search
9.Setup
)
10
10-1
1.
10-4
2.
3.
4.SHR-2040/2041/2042 Smart Viewer
Frame
5.
(FAQ)
6.
10-6
10-9
10-11
10-14
x
Japan
1
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Digital Video Recorder (DVR)
4
4
MPEG4
G.726
Network
1-1
Japan
2
■
4
■
NTSC Video Source Campatible
( NTSC : SHR-2040 / SHR-2041 / SHR2042,
SHR-2040N / SHR-2041N / SHR-2042N
PAL
■
: SHR-2040P / SHR-2041P / SHR2042P)
CIF size (NTSC-352 x 240/PAL-352 x 288)
120 ips(NTSC) / 100ips(PAL) (Image
Per Second)
■
4
■
■
USB2.0
USB2.0
)
Windows Network Viewer(Smart Viewer)
■
■
4
■
(
■
(
)
)
■
(USB2.0)
■
(Input : 4 Output : 2 reset : 1)
■
.
CD/DVD Writer
(SHR-2042
Windows Network Viewer (Smart Viewer)
Japan
1-2
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[SHR-2040]
Power LED
On/Off
Alarm LED
1
HDD Access LED
HDD
HDD Access LED
Network LED
Network
Backup LED
Back Up
Data
Rec LED
1
2
4
Display
...
AUDIO
Audio
3
Audio On/Off
ALARM
Alarm
4
Alarm
Alarm
4
MODE
5
Display
PIP(Picture In Picture)
:
Single
4
MODE
6
Search
LIVE
PIP
6
(1
4
LIVE
9
(4
4
1-3
Japan
)
live
)
PTZ
PTZ
7
ZOOM
TELE WIDE PRESET VIEW
PTZ
ZOOM(TELE)
8
Digital
(PTZ
TELE
)
TELE
FREEZE
9
FREEZE(WIDE)
DISPLAY
(PTZ
FREEZE
WIDE
)
WIDE
SEARCH
10
SEARCH (VIEW)
(PTZ
VIEW
MENU
11
(PTZ
)
PRESET
RECORD
Function
Fast/Step
16
Fast Reverse:
Step Reverse: Pause
STOP
PLAY/PAUSE
15
Record
Normal Record
Fast/Step
Reverse
13
14
)
MENU (PRESET)
PRESET
12
VIEW
Playback
PLAY/PAUSE
Toggle
Fast Forward:
Forward
Step Forward: Pause
¦
(PTZ
)
œ
‹
17
ƒ
(PTZ
)
(PTZ
)
(PTZ
)
¦
18
USB
USB
Japan
1-4
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[SHR-2042]
Power LED
On/Off
Alarm LED
1
HDD Access LED
HDD
HDD Access LED
Network LED
Network
Backup LED
Back Up
Data
Rec LED
2
Eject
1
3
4
CD-RW
Display
...
AUDIO
Audio
4
Audio On/Off
ALARM
Alarm
5
4
MODE
6
Display
PIP(Picture In Picture)
:
Single
1-5
Japan
4
MODE
LIVE
PIP
Search
7
(1
4
LIVE
)
(4
9
4
PTZ
PTZ
8
ZOOM
9
PTZ
live
)
TELE WIDE PRESET VIEW
ZOOM(TELE)
Digital
(PTZ
)
TELE
TELE
FREEZE
10
FREEZE(WIDE)
DISPLAY
(PTZ
FREEZE
WIDE
)
WIDE
SEARCH
11
SEARCH (VIEW)
(PTZ
VIEW
MENU
12
(PTZ
PRESET
RECORD
Function
)
Record
Normal Record
Fast/Step
Reverse
14
15
)
MENU (PRESET)
PRESET
13
VIEW
Fast Reverse:
Step Reverse: Pause
STOP
16
PLAY/PAUSE
17
Fast/Step
Forward
Playback
PLAY/PAUSE
Toggle
Fast Forward:
Step Forward: Pause
¦
(PTZ
)
œ
‹
18
ƒ
(PTZ
)
(PTZ
)
(PTZ
)
¦
19
USB
USB
Japan
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DVR
DVR
1
VIDEO IN
2
THROUGH
3
AUDIO IN
(RCA Jack)
4
AUDIO OUT
(RCA Jack)
5
VIDEO OUT
6
7
VGA
S-VIDEO
8
SPOT OUT
(BNC)
(BNC)
VGA
S-VIDEO
SPOT Out
(BNC)
- ALARM IN 1 4:
1-7
Japan
9
ALARM
10
USB
11
NETWORK
12
DC-IN
- ALARM RESET IN:
- ALARM OUT1 2:
- TX+ TX- RX+ RX-:RS-485
USB
Network
12V
[SHR-2041/2042]
DVR
DVR
1
VIDEO IN
2
THROUGH
3
AUDIO IN
(RCA Jack)
4
AUDIO OUT
(RCA Jack)
5
VIDEO OUT
6
7
VGA
S-VIDEO
8
SPOT OUT
(BNC)
(BNC)
VGA
S-VIDEO
SPOT Out
(BNC)
- ALARM IN 1 4:
9
ALARM
10
USB
11
NETWORK
12
AC-IN
- ALARM RESET IN:
- ALARM OUT1 2:
- TX+ TX- RX+ RX-:RS-485
USB
Network
(NTSC)AC 110-220V
(PAL)AC 100-230V
Japan
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2
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DVR
DVR
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
2-1
Japan
ground
ground
<
DVR
>
1. DVR
2.
3.
DVR
4.
5.
6.
DVR
0
40
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■
■
■
■ BRACKET
2
- SHR-2040
RACK
)
■ Smart Viewer Software CD (PDF
■
12
- HDD
- SHR-2041: SCREW-SPECIAL 12EA
- SHR-2042: SCREW-SPECIAL 4EA
- SHR-2040: SCREW 4EA (Code: 6001-000742)
2
■ RS-485 / Alarm
SHR-2040
SHR-2041
SHR-2042
CD
Bracket
RS-485 / Alarm
2
2-3
Japan
) SHR-2040 Set
:ADP-5412
(adapter)
(SHR-2040
)
3
SHR-2040 HDD
HDD 1
HDD
HDD
HDD
HDD
■
HDD
■
HDD
■
■
■
■
Japan
2-4
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HDD
1.
2.
2-5
Japan
2
3
3.
HDD
HDD
HDD
4
BRACKET-HDD
4. HDD
5.
BW + S M3 L6 ZPC
4
HDD HDD
Japan
2-6
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6.
HDD HDD
HDD
4
HDD
7. HDD
IDE
HDD
8.
9.
2-7
Japan
2
3
SHR-2041 HDD
HDD 3
HDD
HDD
HDD
HDD
■
HDD
■
HDD
■
■
■
■
■
■
HDD
1.
5
1
Japan
2-8
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2.
3.
HDD
HDD
HDD
BRACKET-HDD
2-9
Japan
4.
IDE
HDD
HDD
5.
BWH 6-32UNC L10.5
4
HDD HDD
Japan
2-10
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HDD HDD
5
HDD
HDD
HDD
7. HDD
IDE
HDD
MASTER HDD
SLAVE HDD
8.
9.
5
HDD
2-11
Japan
1
1
HDD
SHR-2042 HDD
HDD 2
HDD
HDD
HDD
HDD
■
HDD
■
HDD
■
■
■
■
■
■
HDD
1.
5
1
Japan
2-12
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2.
3.
HDD
HDD
HDD
BRACKET-HDD(A)
BRACKET-HDD(B)
2-13
Japan
4.
IDE
HDD
HDD
HDD
5. HDD
A
BH + S M3 L6 ZPC
A
B
4
BWH 6-32UNC L10.5
HDD
B
Japan
2-14
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HDD HDD
HDD
A
HDD
B
5
A
4
HDD
HDD
7. HDD
IDE
MASTER HDD
SLAVE HDD
2-15
Japan
HDD
8.
9.
5
HDD
HDD 1
HDD
HDD
-2
SHR-2040 HDD
1
1
HDD
CD-RW 2
HDD
HDD
1 HDD : Master
2 HDD : Master
- SHR-2042
HDD
HDD
SHR-2040
Master
1 IDE
2 IDE
CD-RW 2
1 HDD : Master
1 IDE
2 HDD : Slave
1 IDE
3 HDD : Slave
2 IDE
Primary
Secondary
HDD
Master Slave Jumper
HDD 1
primary
Master Slave
Japan
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SUB FAN
➁
2-17
Japan
Bracket SUB
FAN
➂ SHR-SET
➃
Japan
2-18
3
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Video, Audio, Monitor
[SHR-2040]
3-1
Japan
[SHR-2041/2042]
Japan
3-2
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2
Network
●
Ethernet(10/100BaseT)
Internet
RJ45 Ethernet Cable
(Direct Cable)
[SHR-2040]
●
ADSL
Internet
RJ45 Ethernet Cable
(Direct Cable)
(ADSL)
[SHR-2040]
3-3
Japan
●
Ethernet(10/100BaseT)
Internet
RJ45 Ethernet Cable
(Direct Cable)
[SHR-2041/2042]
●
ADSL
Internet
RJ45 Ethernet Cable
(Direct Cable)
(ADSL)
ADSL
[SHR-2041/2042]
Japan
3-4
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USB
1. USB
SHR-2040/2041/2042
2. SHR-2040/2041/2042
3. USB
4.
1
USB
HDD
USB
/
- HDD
2
USB
CD-RW
2
USB
- SHR-2040/2041/2042 USB
SHR- 2040/2041/2042
3-5
Japan
/
HOT PLUG
- SHR-2040/2041/2042
(
USB
USB CD/DVD USB
USB
USB HDD
5.
2
USB
2
)
SHR-2040/2041/2042
FAT32
4
Alarm Input/Output
SHR-2040/2041/2042
●
Alarm IN/OUT
ALARM IN/OUT Connection
1
- ALARM
- ALARM
- ALARM
- ALARM
IN1
IN2
IN3
IN4
2
- ALARM RESET IN
3
- ALARM OUT1
- ALARM OUT2
ALARM RESET
ALARM
ALARM
Japan
3-6
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3-7
Japan
ALARM IN/OUT Connection
5
RS-485
●
SHR-2040/2041/2042
●
RS-485
●
Half Duplex
RS-485
PTZ
Full Duplex
SHR-2040/2041/2042
Half Duplex Type
Data (–)
Tx(–)
Data (+)
Tx(+)
Full Duplex Type
Rx(+)
Rx(–)
Tx(–)
Rx(–)
Rx(+)
Tx(+)
●
Baud Rate
RS-485
RS-485
600/1200/2400/4800/9600/19200/38400
SHR-2040/2041/2042
Japan
3-8
4
Live
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●
●
LOGO
LOGO
●
●
LED 6
Beep
Live
Live
30 40
HDD
HDD
Live
Live
●
Sytem
LED
Live
Live
Live
4-1
Japan
Composite
VGA
2
Live
Live
Live
V.Loss
CAM_01
CAM_01
:
(
Normal / Panic /
)/ Schedule
:
Large(Full D1:720x480)/Normal(Half D1:720x240)/CIF(CIF:352x240)
- Large : Full D1 - (NTSC) 720X480 (PAL) 720X576
- Normal : Half D1 - (NTSC)720X240 (PAL) 720X288
- CIF : CIF - (NTSC)352X240 (PAL)352X288
5-16
"1
(Full D1
)
:
DVR
size
" On
Recording lock
: PTZ
PTZ
PTZ
: Audio
Audio On/Off
PTZ
On
Audio Disable
: Sensor In
Sensor On
Sensor
:
Detection On
: Zoom
Zoom On
: Freeze
Freeze
: HDD
HDD
Zoom In
Zoom On
Freeze
Disk
Japan
4-2
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:
:
:
:
V.Loss / V.Off : Video Input Status
Video
On
On/Off
Off
[V.Loss]
[V.Off]
Live
Live
4
4
➡
PIP
4
●
➡
4
Auto Sequence
:
4
●
PIP(Picture in picture)
:
1/4
PIP
●
4-3
Japan
5
Video
Live
[
1
] [
4
]
Live
4
●
[
●
[
]
[4
]
]
[PIP]
[
]
[4
]
●
●
Japan
4-4
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Live
Audio On/Off
Audio On
Live
Audio On/Off
Audio On/Off
audio
/
audio
4
Audio On/Off
/
Audio On/Off
4
]
[
audio
Audio On/Off
Audio On/Off
audio
/
CAM_01
CAM_02
CAM_03
CAM_04
PIP
Audio On/Off
4
PIP
[
]
[
1~
4
4]
audio
Audio
On/Off
Audio On/Off
4
4-5
Japan
audio
Audio On/Off
/
4
Zoom
Freeze
Freeze
Freeze
Live
freeze
on/off
Live
/
Zoom
Zoom
2
[ZOOM]
/ / /
Zoom
[
Zoom
]
/ / /
[
[ZOOM]
Zoom On/Off
Zoom
]
Zoom Off
[ZOOM LED]
ZOOM
button
/
MOVE
button
ENTER button
ZOOM
button
ENTER
button
Japan
4-6
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(
(
)
[
] [
/
/
)
On/Off
]
5
2
2
5
5
2
(
)
3 4
4
2
(
1
Live
)
[ALARM]
[ALARM LED]
[ALARM]
[ALARM LED]
[ALARM]
Alarm LED
4-7
Japan
5
1
3
[ALARM]
Alarm LED
6
Spot-out
Spot-out
Live
1
Spot-out
4
Live
Spot-out
Live
Live
Spot-out
On
Spot-out
Spot-out
HDD
HDD
"
(1)Live
(2)Smart Viewer
"
(
)
Monitoring
PTZ
fan
Fan
fan
fan
fan
Fan
Fan
Japan
4-8
5
SHR-2040/2041/2042 USER’S MANUAL
●
œƒ¦‹
Drop Down
●
●
MENU
MENU
●
●
5-1
Japan
SEARCH
SEARCH
1
●
●
œƒ
●
¦‹
œƒ
Japan
5-2
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[
/
]
/
/
reboot
[
/
8
]
7
7
●
YYYY-MM-DD / DD-MM-YYYY / MM-DD-YYYY
●
24
/ 12
(AM/PM) 2
●
OSD
●
]
[
[
5-3
Japan
]
8
●
4321
●
SHR-2040/2041/2042
0 9
●
●
●
●
●
Japan
5-4
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●
●
●
●
●
●
5-5
Japan
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
Video Loss CH[N]
Alarm Detection CH[N]
Motion Detection CH[N]
Japan
5-6
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●
●
●
[USB S/W
]
http://www.samsung.com, CCTV Part
USB
5-7
USB
5-7
Japan
DVR
●
●
●
HDD
SHR-2040/2041/2042
HDD
SHR-2040/2041/2042
HDD
HDD
HDD
HDD
HDD
HDD
ATA
HDD
SHR-2040/2041/2042
HDD
SHR-2040/2041/2042
HDD
USB
Japan
5-8
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HDD
●
●
●
5-9
Japan
●
●
●
ID
SHR-2040/2041/2042
DVR
SSC-2000
SHR-2040/2041/2042
●
SSC-2000
SSC-2000
●
None / Even / Odd
●
7/8
●
1/2
●
Half Duplex / Full Duplex
PTZ
PTZ control PTZ
PTZ PTZ
DVR
remote control
DVR
DVR
PTZ PTZ
DVR PTZ
Japan
5-10
SHR-2040/2041/2042 USER’S MANUAL
●
5-11
Japan
2
●
●
On
Off
Covert1
Covert2
Off
Cam
●
On
Off
Japan
5-12
SHR-2040/2041/2042 USER’S MANUAL
●
Cam
‹
Caps Lock
●
Off
5-13
Japan
●
PTZ
●
PTZ
Samsung / Vic. / Pan. / AD / Phi. / Ern. / Pel-D / Pel-P / Vcl. / Dia. / Kal. / Tech.
●
PTZ
600 / 1200 / 2400 / 4800 / 9600 / 19200 / 38400
●
None / Even / Odd
●
7/8
●
1/2
●
Half Duplex / Full Duplex
PTZ
PTZ
Japan
5-14
SHR-2040/2041/2042 USER’S MANUAL
/
●
/
/
PIP
0 100
●
●
5-15
Japan
œƒ
CH >
50
/
3
●
Off / 3 / 5 / 10 / 20 / 30 /
① Off :
➁ 3 / 5 / 10 / 20 / 30 :
➂
ALARM
●
①
: On
➁
: On
➂ Cam : On
➃
: On
●
Off
Off
Cam
Off
/PTZ
Off
Spot Out
Spot Out
Spot Out
2
① CH1 CH4
➁
➂
●
Spot Out
Spot Out
Spot Out
① Off : Spot out
➁ 3 / 5 / 10
➂
/ 20
/ 30 :
ALARM LED
Japan
5-16
SHR-2040/2041/2042 USER’S MANUAL
●
VGA
Composite/S-Video
① Composite : Composite / S-Video
➁ VGA : VGA
VGA Composite
Composite VGA
●
3 5 10 20
30
1
●
1
1
DVR
off
1
On
VGA
Composite
1
Composite
[1
1
Composite
Spot out
Full D1
Full D1/Half D1/ CIF
1
CIF
1
5-17
Japan
5
VGA
VGA
]
1
1
VGA
1
1
On
[
]
Composite
VGA
1
4
: 640 X 480 (60Hz)
off
Spot out
4
4
●
REC
●
On : REC
Off : REC
On
●
●
15.00ips(NTSC)/ 12.50ips(PAL)
30.00 ips / 15.00 ips / 10.00 ips / 7.50 ips / 5.00 ips / 3.00 ips / 1.00 ips
25.00 ips / 12.50 ips / 8.33 ips / 6.25 ips / 5.00 ips / 2.50 ips / 1.00 ips
15.00ips(NTSC)/ 12.50ips(PAL)
30.00ips(NTSC)/
25.00ips(PAL)
●
5-19
●
1
DVR
D1
30.00ips
Japan
5-18
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●
Half D1 : (NTSC) 720x240(N) Normal
(PAL) 720x288(N) Normal
CIF
: (NTSC) 352x240(C) CIF
(PAL) 352x288(C) CIF
●
off
on
Off
1 99
5-16
5-19
Japan
1
On
Full D1
5
●
NTSC
PAL
●
●
Half D1 : (NTSC) 720x240(N) Normal
(PAL) 720x288(N) Normal
CIF
: (NTSC) 352x240(C) CIF
(PAL) 352x288(C) CIF
Japan
5-20
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●
●
1
15.00 ips
1
NTSC
PAL
30.00 ips / 15.00 ips / 10.00 ips / 7.50 ips / 5.00 ips / 3.00 ips / 1.00 ips
25.00 ips / 12.50 ips / 8.33 ips / 6.25 ips / 5.00 ips / 2.50 ips / 1.00 ips
●
(
●
5-12
3
CIF
5-12) Video On/Off
2
Video Size Half D1
Video Size Half D1
30.00ips(NTSC)/25ips(PAL)
15.00ips(NTSC)/12.50ips(PAL)
30.00ips(NTSC)/25.00ips(PAL)
●
5 /10 /20 /30 :
●
5 /10 /20 /30 /1 /3 /5 /10 /20 :
●
5-19
●
5-21
Japan
1
DVR
D1
30.00ips
●
Off
① N.O ( Normal Open )
➁ N.C ( Normal Close )
●
Cam
●
●
Off / 3
/5
/ 10
/ 20
/ 30
/
Japan
5-22
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Off
On
●
‹
‹
‹4
‹
‹
‹
5-23
Japan
:
4
1/4
●
●
●
Off / 3
/5
/ 10
/ 20
/ 30
/
●
Off
On
●
3
●
Off / 3
/5
/ 10
/ 20
/ 30
/
Japan
5-24
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●
CH
●
0~23
●
●
5-18
●
5-20.
●
5-25
Japan
●
●
Japan
5-26
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7
●
●
●
/
●
(YYYYMMDD)
(HHMM)
4
hhmm
●
backup
●
5-8.HDD
●
●
●
USB CD/DVD
USB
AVI
[
/
AVI
CD AVI
PC
]
USB CD/DVD
-
SD CF MMC
USB
- USB CD/DVD
- USB
AVI
CD AVI
AVI
PC
hhmm
backup
-
- CD
DVD
CD
DVD
SHR-2042
5-27
Japan
USB CD/DVD
CD-R/W
CD
8
IP
●
SHR-2040/2041/2042
:
IP
:
DHCP
.
PPPoE
ADSL(PPPoE) :
.
IP
ADSL
●
SHR-2040/2041/2042
ADSL
600Mbps
CIF
ADSL
IP
300kbps
TCP
ADSL
TCP
●
Smart Viewer
1 4
4321
●
Smart Viewer
1 4
4321
Japan
5-28
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●
IP
SHR-2040/2041/2042
IP
IP
ADSL(PPPoE)
ADSL
DHCP
DHCP ADSL
IP
000.000.000.000
IP
SHR-2040/2041/2042
DHCP ADSL
OFF
ON
●
SHR-2040/2041/2042
●
SHR-2040/2041/2042
●
DNS
SHR-2040/2041/2042
DNS 168.126.63.1
DNS
DNS
DHCP ADSL
ADSL
DNS
●
ADSL
ID
SHR-2040/2041/2042
ADSL(PPPoE)
ID
40
ADSL
ID
●
SHR-2040/2041/2042
ADSL(PPPoE)
Smart Viewer SHR-2040/2041/2042
/DNS
IP/
/
/DNS
IP/
5-29
Japan
/
Smart Viewer SHR-2040/2041/2042
ADSL
ADSL
ADSL
SmartViewer
TCP UDP
ADSL
TCP
●
IP
TCP
●
Port(TCP) 554
998
●
Port(UDP) 8000
9760
●
Unicast / Multicast
Unicast
●
Multicast IP Multicast/Unicast Mulitcast
224.0.0.0 239.255.255.255
●
4
160
multicast
IP
D-Class IP
TTL Multicast / Unicast Mulitcast
5
1-255
●
DDNS dyndns.com no-ip.com
IP
URL
changeip.com
30 60
DNS
Japan
5-30
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SHR-2040/2041/2042
SHR-2040/2041/2042
SHR-2040/2041/2042
TCP
160
UDP
SHR-2040/2041/2042
SHR-2040/2041/2042
DHCP
SHR-2040/2041/2042
IP
SHR-2040/2041/2042
4
UDP
DHCP
IP
IP
IP
IP
Alarm Motion Detection Video Loss
●
SmartViewer
●
on/off : off
●
IP
: on/off
SmartViewer
●
Port(UDP) : 7900-7999
SmartViewer Setup
on
on
IP
1
Callback Connection
Port
●
- Callback
ON
Loss
- SmartViewer Callback
5-31
Japan
EventRecord Alarm Motion Detection Video
Callback
SmartViewer Callback
9
SmartViewer
●
SmartViewer DVR
Port
(Setup
Site Setup)
Port
Port(TCP)
Port
●
(forwarding)
- TCP
Port(TCP)
- UDP
Port(TCP)
4
4
●
Port(TCP)
SmartViewer
●
Port(TCP)
SmartViewer
●
Multicast
- MultiCast IP TTL
- MultiCast IP
:224.0.0.0 239.255.255.255)
- TTL(Time To Live)
TCP
●
SmartViewer
SmartViewer
UDP(Unicast)
160
Port(UDP)
Port(UDP)
(D-Class IP
Router
(LAN or ADSL)
"Not Connected"
Multicast
SmartViewer
IP
(ADSL
600Kbps
-
300Kbps
)
TCP
Japan
5-32
6
PTZ
SHR-2040/2041/2042 USER’S MANUAL
1
PTZ
●
PTZ
PTZ
PTZ
●
¦
●
bar
SHR-2040/2041/2042
bar
PTZ symbol
PTZ
PTZ
Pan Tilt Zoom
PTZ
PTZ
PTZ
6-1
Japan
TELE
WIDE
VIEW
PTZ
PRESET
PTZ
●
Single
Single
PTZ
PTZ
PTZ
Single
Zoom
PTZ
Pan Tilt
PTZ
Preset
[SHR-2040]
[SHR-2041]
[SHR2042]
●
Live
PTZ
PTZ
PTZ symbol
PTZ
PTZ control PTZ
PTZ PTZ
DVR
DVR
remote control
DVR
PTZ PTZ
DVR PTZ
DVR
PTZ
Samsung Protocol
(SCC2000)
)
(SCC2000
5
PTZ
PTZ
viewer PTZ
Japan
6-2
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2
PAN TILT ZOOM
●
PAN
PTZ
SHR-2040/2041/2042
PTZ
●
PRESET
TELE
WIDE
VIEW
PTZ
PRESET
ZOOM
PTZ
PTZ
Japan
VIEW
SHR-2040/2041/2042
PTZ
6-3
WIDE
TILT
PTZ
●
TELE
PTZ
SHR-2040/2041/2042
TELE/WIDE
TELE
PRESET
WIDE
VIEW
PTZ
3
PRESET
●
PTZ
PTZ
●
20
PTZ
AD
7
SCC2000
SCC2000
5
DVR
PTZ
●
PTZ
PTZ
Single
PRESET
SHR-2040/2041/2042
PTZ
●
PTZ
PTZ PTZ
TELE
WIDE
VIEW
PRESET
PRESET
PRESET
Japan
6-4
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PTZ
●
, PIP
P/T/Z/
●
●
●
6-5
Japan
Del
P/T/Z/
4
PTZ
●
PTZ
Pan. Samsung
●
Single
PTZ
SHR-2040/2041/2042
PTZ
TELE
WIDE
VIEW
PRESET
PRESET
SHR-2040/2041/2042
●
PRESET
Japan
6-6
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5
Preset View
●
Preset
●
Single
PTZ
PTZ
SHR-2040/2041/2042
PTZ
TELE
WIDE
VIEW
(
Preset
●
PIP
6-7
Japan
VIEW
PRESET
Samsung Protocol)
Preset
6
View
●
Single
PTZ
SHR-2040/2041/2042
Samsung, Pan., Pel-P, Pel-D
- Samsung :
- Pan. :
- Pel(P, D) :
VIEW
PTZ
PTZ
PTZ
TELE
Samsung
WIDE
VIEW
PRESET
Pan.
Pel.
Check
●
Check
●
(
P/T/Z/
●
Samsung
Check
)
Preset
Check
SHR-2040/2041/2042
●
Check
Japan
6-8
7
SHR-2040/2041/2042 USER’S MANUAL
1
REC (
●
)
REC
REC LED
HDD
●
HDD LED
REC
(
7-1
Japan
REC LED
HDD
/
)
2
/
●
HDD
HDD LED
●
event recording
event recording mode setup
resolution
recording quality
pre-event
post-event
(
recording ips
HDD
/
ips
)
Japan
7-2
SHR-2040/2041/2042 USER’S MANUAL
3
●
N.O (Normal Open)
(Normal Close)
●
On
●
On
●
Off
Off
(
7-3
Japan
HDD
/
)
N.C
8
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●
SEARCH
●
●
●
●
●
●
- USB HDD
USB CD/DVD
8-1
Japan
USB
CD
PC
AVI
1
OK
●
●
4
¦‹
●
4
¦‹
●
●
¦‹
●
●
●
OK
30
Japan
8-2
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2
●
●
●
●
●
●
8-3
Japan
¦‹
3
●
/
●
●
●
●
2007-03-10 08:38:58
Japan
8-4
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4
●
4
●
●
8-5
Japan
5
●
●
●
●
Japan
8-6
SHR-2040/2041/2042 USER’S MANUAL
6
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
8-7
Japan
8-3
7
●
HDD
PLAY/PAUSE
‹
II
SEARCH
●
PLAY/PAUSE
(
‹
II
)
PLAY/PAUSE
(
‹
II
)
‹
■
●
‹
II
Playback/Pause
II
HDD
Pause
Japan
8-8
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●
4
: Search
4
Single
: Search
[CH1 CH4]
ZOOM
2
PIP
: Single
MODE
PIP
ENTER
Live
6
(Live
Live
: Single
MODE
Single
6
Live
)
.
BAR
(
PIP
6
Single
9
:4
8-9
Japan
Live 4
MODE
4
Single
9
Live 4
)
●
4
8
16
¦¦
‹‹
32
64
2
●
Pause
¦¦
●
‹‹
Audio On/Off
4
4
(
Single
Audio On/Off
PIP
6
) Audio
Audio
Japan
8-10
9
Smart Viewer
SHR-2040/2041/2042 USER’S MANUAL
1
Smart Viewer ,
,
9-1
Japan
SHR-2040/2041/2042
2
●
MPEG-4
●
●
RTP(Real-Time Transport Protocol)
●
RTSP(Real-Time Streaming Protocol)
Network
Command & Contro
(TCP/IP, UDP(Unicast Multicast))
●
●
Stream
IP Address
Monitoring
(*.dvr
●
)
(JPEG
(*.dvr
)
)
3 (Multicast
●
DVR 1
●
Smart Viewer
●
Smart Viewer 1024 768
16
6 ) Smart View
SHR-2040/2041/2042
Monitoring
Japan
9-2
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3
●
OS : Win2000 WinXP
CPU Pentium 3 1GHz
RAM 256 Mb
VGA RAM 32Mb
DirectX 8.1
●
Smart Viewer
SHR-2040/2041/2042
4
9-3
Japan
4
Smart Viewer
Smart Viewer
●
●
Smart Viewer Program CD
CD
Smart Viewer
Setup.exe
Japan
9-4
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●
9-5
Japan
Next
●
Smart Viewer License
●
Smart Viewer
Yes
Next
●
●
Finish
Japan
9-6
SHR-2040/2041/2042 USER’S MANUAL
5
Smart Viewer
●
9-7
Japan
Smart Viewer
6
Smart Viewer
●
2
1
3
4
6
5
7
8
11
9
10
Monitoring Mode
12 13 14
SHR-2040/2041/2042
Search Mode
DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042) SITE
SHR-2040/2041/2042
PTZ
Smart Viewer
Mode
Favorite
SHR-2040/2041/2042
(9-30.Setup Mode
Setup
)
Japan
9-8
SHR-2040/2041/2042 USER’S MANUAL
7
Monitoring
●
DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042)/SITE
-
DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042)
SITE
IP
DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042)
SITE
DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042)
DVR SHR-2040/2041/2042
16
SHR-2040/2041/2042
2.
9-9
Japan
Network
Setup Mode
Setup Mode
Smart Viewer
SHR-2040/2041/2042
Admin
(Multicast
1
User
User
2
5
3
6
)
3
(Multicast
6 )
SHR-2040/2041/2042
Monitoring Mode
●
9
4
SHR-2040/2041/2042
4
9
Smart Viewer
]
[
Smart Viewer
Smart Viewer
●
Monitoring Mode Search Mode
Japan
9-10
SHR-2040/2041/2042 USER’S MANUAL
●
- SHR-2040/2041/2042
- SHR-2040/2041/2042
●
SHR-2040/2041/2042
OSD
●
2
1
4
5
3
6
!
(C)CIF / (N)Normal / (L)Large
@
#
$
%
^
9-11
Japan
SHR-2040/2041/2042
#
SHR-2040/2041/2042
✴
% SHR-2040/2041/2042
^ SHR-2040/2041/2042 PTZ
✴ PTZ
(PTZ
PTZ
)
PTZ
Japan
9-12
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●
SHR-2040/2041/2042
‹
‹
‹
‹
‹
‹
‹
‹
‹
‹
‹
‹
‹
‹
‹
‹
‹
9-13
Japan
Connecting :
SHR-2040/2041/2042
Connected : SHR-2040/2041/2042
Connection Failed : SHR-2040/2041/2042
Disconnected : SHR-2040/2041/2042
Setup(Remote) : Viewer DVR Setup SHR-2040/2041/2042
Setup Start / End (Local) : SHR-2040/2041/2042
Video Loss CH[N] : SHR-2040/2041/2042
Time Change : SHR-2040/2041/2042
Load Factory Default : SHR-2040/2041/2042
Network Change : SHR-2040/2041/2042
System Shutdown : SHR-2040/2041/2042
Hdd Format : SHR-2040/2041/2042 HDD
Disk Full : SHR-2040/2041/2042 HDD
Power Failure Recovery : SHR-2040/2041/2042
Backup Start/End/Fail/Stop : SHR-2040/2041/2042 Backup
Network Traffic Busy :
Access Denied(Limit Over) :
/
Time Change Load Factory Default Network Change
Hdd Format
Smart Viewer
Shutdown
●
-
DVR CAMERA
[DVR
]
‹ SHR-2040/2041/2042
DVR
‹ CAMERA
‹
Japan
9-14
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●
-
/ Single / 4
/9
/ 16
●
- Single
-4
-9
- 16
SITE
- Single
-4
-9
- 16
●
9-15
Japan
Setup Mode
:1 2 3 4 1 (
: 1,2,3,4 1,2,3,4 (
: 1,2,3,4 1,2,3,4 (
: 1,2,3,4 1,2,3,4 (
Viewer Setup
)
)
)
)
DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042)
: DVR1:3CH ..... DVR1:4CH DVR2:1CH ..... DVR1:1CH
: DVR1:1,2,3,4CH ..... DVR2:1,2,3,4CH
: DVR1:1,2,3,4CH DVR2:1,2,3,4CH .. DVR3:1,2,3,4CH..
: DVR1:1,2,3,4CH DVR2:1,2,3,4CH .. DVR3:1,2,3,4CH..
:4
: Single
SmartViewer
:
:
:
Japan
9-16
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●
NEXT
- NEXT
(Mouse Left Button)
:1 2 3 4 1(
: 1,2,3,4 1,2,3,4 (
: 1,2,3,4 1,2,3,4 (
: 1,2,3,4 1,2,3,4 (
- Single
-4
-9
- 16
SITE
-
Japan
: DVR1:3CH .... DVR1:4CH DVR2:1CH ... DVR1:1CH
: DVR1:1,2,3,4CH ..... DVR2:1,2,3,4CH
: DVR1:1,2,3,4CH DVR2:1,2,3,4CH .. DVR3:1,2,3,4CH..
: DVR1:1,2,3,4CH DVR2:1,2,3,4CH .. DVR3:1,2,3,4CH..
CALLBACK
- CALLBACK
9-17
)
DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042)
- Single
-4
-9
- 16
●
)
)
)
CALLBACK
Smart Viewer
Video Loss Alarm Motion Detection
DVR
on
off
●
FAVORITE
- FAVORITE
FAVORITE
a
FAVORITE
a
b
b
FAVORITE
FAVORITE
c
c
d
- FAVORITE
- FAVORITE
- Setup SITE
FAVORITE
FAVORITE
d
SITE
SITE
DVR
Config
FAVORITE
Japan
9-18
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●
*.dvr
-
Setup Mode. Viewer
Setup
10
1
Search Mode Local Mode
-
10
●
-
Mute
-
0
10
10
/
●
-
(
5
0
/
Smart Viewer
9-19
Japan
10
10
)
●
PTZ
PTZ
- PTZ
- PAN Left / Right
- TILT Up / Down
PTZ
3
1
2
!@ ZOOM IN / OUT
# POWER ZOOM : P
- POWER ZOOM
- POWER ZOOM
ZOOM IN
- POWER ZOOM
POWER ZOOM
/
ZOOM IN / OUT
ZOOM OUT
:POWER ZOOM
ZOOM IN / OUT
ZOOM IN / OUT
N
ZOOM IN / OUT
PAN / TILT / ZOOM
POWER ZOOM
1
2
3
Smart Dome
TILT 45
4
Japan
9-20
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! PRESET
- PRESET
PRESET
a
a
PRESET
PRESET
b
PRESET
PRESET
c
PRESET
b
c
! PRESET
PRESET
20
AD Protocol
7
@ AUTOPAN
# SCAN
$ PATTERN
:
:
:
@#
@
#
$
@
#
$
9-21
Japan
$
PTZ
●
1
! PTZ
1
2
3
! Viewer
@
#
SHR-2040/2041/2042 PTZ
PTZ
PTZ
Smart Viewer
Admin
Japan
9-22
SHR-2040/2041/2042 USER’S MANUAL
8
Search
●
Search Mode
- Search Mode SHR-2040/2041/2042
/
Remote Mode
Local Mode
*.dvr
1
3
4
2
5
6
7
8
10
11
9
12
SHR-2040/2041/2042
Search Mode
SHR-2040/2041/2042
Remote Mode
Network
*.dvr
Local Mode
Record / Convert File / Print / Setup
SHR-2040/2041/2042
- SITE
-
9-23
Japan
DVR
(USER)
Search Mode
●
DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042)/ SITE
- Monitoring
●
SITE
- ADMIN
DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042)/ SITE
DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042)
SHR-2040/2041/2042
SHR-2040/2041/2042
/
USER
- ADMIN
●
Remote Mode
Network
- SHR-2040/2041/2042
4
- TimeBar
Remote Mode
Japan
9-24
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●
SHR-2040/2041/2042
‹
‹
●
Remote Mode
Monitoring Mode
●
-
/ Single / 4
Remote Mode
/9
/ 16
9
Local Mode
4
9
/ Print / Setup
●
1
2
3
4
①
*.dvr
Setup Mode. Viewer Setup
1 ~10
9-25
Japan
-
(Stop)
/
- Start
-> Viewer Setup -> Video Recording->Video Location
Stop
Play/Reverse Play/Fast Forward/Fast Backward
Remote Mode
Remote Mode
AVI
DivX
Stop
DivX
www.divx.com
*.jpg
- *. dvr
- Open
- JPEG Frame
- JPEG Frame
.jpg
- AVI Video
*.dvr
AVI Video
Start
*.jpg
Setup Viewer Setup File Converting Jpeg Location
Start
.avi
-
Setup
*.avi
Setup Viewer Setup File Converting AVI Location
Stop
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➃ Setup Mode
- Setup Mode
●
2
1
5
9
3
7
4
6
Play :
Reverse Play :
Stop :
Fast Forward :
Fast Backward :
Step Forward :
Step Backward :
Go to First : TimeLine
Go to Last : TimeLine
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1
1
(
)
(Play/RevPlay/FF/FB)
Stop
Monitoring Mode
Local Mode
●
-
SHR-2040/2041/2042
-
0
24
24
2
2
1
3
SHR-2040/2041/2042
Green(Normal) Red(Panic) Orange(Alarm)
Blue(Motion) Yellow(Schedule) Purple(Video Loss)
1
2
5
Green(Normal) Red(Panic) Orange(Alarm)
Blue(Motion) Yellow(Schedule) Purple(Video Loss)
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Next
- Monitoring Mode
Next
(Play/RevPlay/FF/FB)
●
Reload
●
Local Mode
- Record
- SHR-2040/2041/2042
- LocalFile
*.dvr
Remote Mode
TimeLine
Local
*.dvr
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Local Mode
9
Setup
●
3
1
2
4
DVR Setup Viewer Setup Site Setup
Version
Setup
Setup
Setup
Setup
Setup
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Setup
Setup
- DVR Setup Viewer Setup Site Setup
- DVR Setup:DVR Setup
- Viewer Setup:Viewer Setup
Version
4
SHR-2040/2041/2042
Smart Viewer
Smart Viewer
SHR- 2040/2041/2042
- Site Setup:Site Setup
SHR-2040/2041/2042
IP Address ID Password
SHR-2040/2041/2042
Site
Smart Viewer
- S/W Version: S/W Version
SHR-2040/2041/2042
SHR2040/2041/2042
/
●
- Setup
[Apply]
[
●
]
Setup
- Setup
[Close]
- Setup
Setup
[X]
Setup
[
Setup
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Setup
DVR Setup
- DVR Setup
Smart Viewer
- DVR Setup
[DVR Setup]
SHR-2040/2041/2042
System Camera/Audio Monitoring Recording Network
DVR Setup
Admin
SHR-2040/2041/2042
5
User
1
2
Admin
SHR-2040/2041/2042
SHR-2040/2041/2042
SHR-2040/2041/2042
SHR-2040/2041/2042
Site
SHR-2040/2041/2042 Admin
Site
SHR-2040/2041/2042
SHR-2040/2041/2042
SHR-2040/2041/2042 Setup
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DVR Setup
System
- Information
Information
DVR Setup
-
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System Password
8
Delete
- System Password
Ctrl+C Ctrl+V
-
Default System Password 4321
- Data/Time
Data/Time
DST
- Data/Time
Smart Viewer
- SHR-2040/2041/2042
-
SHR-2040/2041/2042
SHR-2040/2041/2042
Smart Viewer
Display Format DST
Japan
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- Language
Language
SYSTEM LANGUAGE
Smart Viewer
-
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SHR-2040/2041/2042
- Remocon (Remote Control Device)
Remocon
SHR-2040/2041/2042
SHR-2040/2041/2042
PTZ
Remote Control Device
Remote Control Device
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Camera
- Config.
SHR-2040/2041/2042
Config.
Video Audio On/Off Camera Title
- Title
- Title
-
- Tilte
-
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Title
15
Title
Apply
Apply
Delete
Title
Ctrl+C Ctrl+V
- PTZ device
ID
Monitoring
- Monitoring
Monitoring
Baud Rate Parity Data Bit Stop Bit Serial Mode
Live
Event Monitoring OSG Display
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Recording
- Rec. Mode
Live
Rec. Mode
Video Size Quality Rate
NTSC
On/Off
PAL
Full D1(L) Video Size 15.00ips 10.00ips (NTSC) / 12.50ips 8.33ips(PAL) Rate
- Videosize Rec.
Videosize
Event Rec. ips
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Videosize
Rec. Mode
- Event Rec.
Event Rec.
Event
Quality Rate Pre Alarm Post Alarm
Video Size
NTSC
PAL
Full D1(L) Video Size 15.00ips 10.00ips (NTSC) / 12.50ips 8.33ips(PAL) Rate
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- Alarm Rec.
Alarm Rec.
- Motion Rec.
Motion Rec.
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Motion Detection
- Video Loss
Video Loss
SHR-2040/2041/2042 Video Loss
Network
- Password
Smart Viewer Network
User
Password
- Network Password
Password
SHR-2040/2041/2042
Admin
8
Apply
Password
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- Network Password
Delete
Ctrl+C Ctrl+V
-
- Default Admin Password 4321
- Default User Password 4321
- IP Settings
SHR-2040/2041/2042
SHR-2040/2041/2042 Static IP Dynamic IP ADSL(PPPoE)
Bandwidth
SHR-2040/2041/2042
Bandwidth
IP
Address Gateway Subnet Mask DNS
ADSL
ADSL
ID
- Network IP Gateway Subnet Mask DNS
- ADSL ID Password
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●
Translation Protocol
Multicast)
Port(TCP/IP) Port(UDP)
Multicast IP TTL UDP(Multicast)
●
TCP/IP UDP(Unicast
Callback
- SHR-2040/2041/2042 Callback
- Alarm Motion Detection Video Loss
SmartViewer
Callback
IP
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TCP
- PORT
556 557 558 559 560 561 )
- IP
(Router)
4
4
PORT
( 554 555
SHR-2040/2041/2042
Viewer Setup
- Viewer Setup
- Viewer Setup
- Viewer setup
Connection
[Viewer Setup]
Smart Viewer
Video Recording
File Converting
Sequence Time
OSD Display OSD
Auto
Callback Connection
Language
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
SHR-2040/2041/2042
*.dvr
*
Smart Viewer OSD
Smart Viewer
alarm
Callback
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motion
Video loss
Site
●
Video Recording
Naming
- Monitoring
-
Search
.dvr
*
SHR-2040/2041/2042
*.dvr
Camera No. + Serial No.
Camera No. + Date
Location
2040/2041/2042
- Monitoring
Search
-
SHR-2040/2041/2042
.dvr
*
Smart Viewer
video/*.dvr
Recording Time
- Monitoring
-1
●
Search
SHR-2040/2041/2042
10
Recording Time
File Converting
[JPEG]
Location
2040/2041/2042
-
*.dvr
JPEG
*.dvr
JPEG
JPEG
-
Smart Viewer
frame
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Sequence Time
- Monitoring
Time
●
SHR-2040/2041/2042
5
30
OSD Display
- Smart Viewer
- Enable
Audio
OSD Display
●
OSD
OSD
PTZ
REC
OSD
Alarm/Motion
Callback Connection
- Callback
●
Auto Connection
- Smart Viewer
-
●
Auto Connection Enable
2040/2041/2042 Site
Smart Viewer
Language
- SmartViewer
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DVR/Site List
SHR-2040/2041/2042
Site
SHRSite
Site Setup
- Site Setup
- Site Setup
[Site Setup]
Smart Viewer
- Smart Viewer
DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042)
DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042)
1
Site
Site
3
5
2
4
DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042)
DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042)
e
Site
DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042)
DVR List
DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042) Site List
DVR(SHR- 2040/2041/2042)
Site
Site
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DVR List
- DVR List
Smart Viewer
DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042)
2040/2041/2042)
IP / MAC Address
2040/2041/2042)
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DVR List
DVR(SHRDVR(SHR-
- DVR SHR-2040/2041/2042
Static IP
IP
- Port
IP
Address Type
DVR SHR-2040/2041/2042
IP
DVR SHR-2040/2041/2042
- DVR SHR-2040/2041/2042
VDSL
Address Type
IP
DVR SHR-2040/2041/2042
MAC
DVR SHR-2040/2041/2042
- Port
ADSL PPPoE
MAC Address
MAC
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- DVR SHR-2040/2041/2042
network settings
IP
DDNS DDNS
URL
Address Type
- URL
URL
DVR
IP
URL
- Port
DVR SHR-2040/2041/2042
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DDNS
URL
Use
URL
- DVR MAC Address
LABEL
DVR
- DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042) ADSL
LAN
4CH
/
1CH
0.5 ips
-
DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042)
- DVR List
-
DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042)
[
]
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DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042)
DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042)
Smart Viewer
DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042)
DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042) Smart Viewer
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- DVR List
-
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[Modify]
DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042)
DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042)
Smart Viewer
DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042)
DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042) Smart Viewer
●
Site List
- Site List
Smart Viewer
Site
Site
(SHR-2040/2041/2042)
- Site List
Site
List
SHR-2040/2041/2042
DVRS(SHR-2040/2041/2042)
Site
Site List
Site
1
Site DVRS
DVRS(SHR-2040/2041/2042)
16
DVR
Site
- [New]
-
Site
Site
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DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042)
- Site List
Site
DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042)
[
]
DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042)
- DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042)
DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042)
Site
Site
Site
Smart Viewer
DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042)
Smart Viewer
DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042)
Site
Site
Site
- Site List
Site
Site
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Site
[Modify]
-
Site
Smart Viewer
Site
Site Smart Viewer
[Modify]
- DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042)
DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042)
DVR(SHR- 2040/2041/2042)
DVR List
●
Site DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042)
- [Add]
DVR List
-1
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DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042) Site List
Site
DVR SHR-2040/2041/2042
DVR
- Site List Site
Site
- DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042)
[Add]
DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042)
Site
Smart Viewer
Site DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042)
Site [0]
Site
Site Smart Viewer
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-
[
Version]
Smart Viewer
Smart Viewer
DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042)
DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042) System
DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042) System
Admin
User
DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042)
1
2
Smart Viewer Version
(SHR-2040/2041/2042)
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Smart Viewer Version
- Smart Viewer Version
●
DVR Version
- DVR Version
Smart Viewer
DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042)
DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042)
DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042)
Site
Site
DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042)
- Smart Viewer DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042)
Not Connected
DVR Version
●
(Status)
Upgrade
DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042)
- Smart Viewer
DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042)
DVR(SHR-2040/2041/2042)
DVR(SHR-
2040)
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SHR-2040/2041/2042 Firmware
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DVR
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OS
Embedded OS
NTSC System
2040-DC 12V, AC 110-220(NTSC),
AC 100-230(PAL)
2041/2042 - AC 110-220(NTSC)
AC 100-230(PAL)
2040 : 30Watt, 2041 : 60Watt, 2042 : 51Watt
Composite 4 channel
- 1.0Vp-p
- 75Ω Hi Z Termination
BNC Type
Loop Through Out 4 channel
- Auto Termination
Composite 2 channel
- Nomal Video Output 1 channel
- Spot Output 1 channel
- BNC Type
S-Video 1 channel
- 1.0Vp-p
VGA 1 channel
Mono 4 channel
- -5dBm, 600 Ω
RCA Type
Mono 1 channel
- -6dBm
RCA Type
NTSC
PAL
720x480
720x576
Single
4
PIP
Sequence
Freeze
2x Zoom
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30fps/480fps
25fps/100fps
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Video : MPEG4
Audio : ADPCM
CIF(C)
-NTSC:352x240
-PAL:352x288
30.00ips(NTSC)/
25.00ips(PAL)
Half D1(N)
15.00ips(NTSC)/
12.50ips(PAL)
-NTSC:720x288
-PAL:720x288
Full D1(L)
30.00ips(NTSC)/
25.00ips(PAL)
-NTSC:720x480
-PAL:720x576
Full D1
➝ REC Key
➝ Schedule Table
-Alarm Detection
-Motion Detection
-Video Loss
-Pre & Post Recording
NTSC : 1.00ips/3.00ips/5.00ips/7.5ips/10.00ips/15.00ips/30.00ips
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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- Normal, Schedule, Alarm, Motion, Video Loss
/
1CH
4CH
CIF(C)
Half D1(N)
Full D1(L)
Full D1
Single 1 Channel Decoding
4
4 Channel Decoding
PIP Channel Decoding + 1Channel Live
6
PB(Single) + 4 Channel Live
(1CH PB) PIP
- Single 6
9
PB(4
) 4Channel Live
6
(4CH PB) 4
-4
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
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
RAM : SDRAM 256MB
Graphic Accelerator :
Graphic Memory 32MB
DirectX : 8.1
Win2000, WinXP
Live Image Monitoring Mode
Local File Search & Playback Mode
Remote File Search & Playback Mode
0 to 40 (32 to 104 )
-20 to 60 (-4 to 140 )
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)
3.35kg(2040) / 6.5kg(2041) / 7.3kg(2042)
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SHR-2040/2041/2042
NETWORK
2
- Live Mode
/
2
5
YYYY-MM-DD
/
/
24
DST
Off
4321
On
Disk End Mode
Disk End Beep
Off
On
Off
CAM_01 CAM_4
5
ID
None
9600
PTZ
None
8
Stop
1
Half Duplex
50
50
50
Japan
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Off
On
On
OSG
Cam
On
On
Spot Out
CH1
Spot Out
Off
Composite
PB
Off
On
CIF
30ips(NTSC)/25ips(PAL)
Off
On
CIF
30ips(NTSC)/25ips(PAL)
(Pre-Event)
Off
(Post-Event)
1
Off
cam
None
10
Off
None
10
Off
None
10
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SHR-2040/2041/2042 Smart Viewer
Frame
FRAME
RATE
Viewer
Half D1(N)
CIF(C)
9
1 frame/sec
15 frame/sec
4
15 frame/sec
15 frame/sec
Single
15 frame/sec
15 frame/sec
Half D1(N)
CIF(C)
9
10 frame/sec
10 frame/sec
4
10 frame/sec
10 frame/sec
Single
10 frame/sec
10 frame/sec
Half D1(N)
CIF(C)
7.5 frame/sec
7.5 frame/sec
9
4
7.5 frame/sec
7.5 frame/sec
Single
7.5 frame/sec
7.5 frame/sec
Half D1(N)
CIF(C)
5 frame/sec
5 frame/sec
9
10-9
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VIDEO SIZE
4
5 frame/sec
5 frame/sec
Single
5 frame/sec
5 frame/sec
Half D1(N)
CIF(C)
9
3 frame/sec
3 frame/sec
4
3 frame/sec
3 frame/sec
Single
3 frame/sec
3 frame/sec
Half D1(N)
CIF(C)
9
1 frame/sec
1 frame/sec
4
1 frame/sec
1 frame/sec
Single
1 frame/sec
1 frame/sec
SHR-2040/2041/2042
SHR-2040/2041/2042
USER’S
USER’S
MANUAL
MANUAL
FRAME
RATE
Viewer
9
Half D1(N)
CIF(C)
1 frame/sec
12.5 frame/sec
4
12.5 frame/sec
12.5 frame/sec
Single
12.5 frame/sec
12.5 frame/sec
Half D1(N)
CIF(C)
8.33 frame/sec
8.33 frame/sec
9
Smart Viewer
Viewer
VIDEO SIZE
4
8.33 frame/sec
8.33 frame/sec
Single
8.33 frame/sec
8.33 frame/sec
Half D1(N)
CIF(C)
9
6.25 frame/sec
6.25 frame/sec
4
6.25 frame/sec
6.25 frame/sec
Single
6.25 frame/sec
6.25 frame/sec
Half D1(N)
CIF(C)
9
5 frame/sec
5 frame/sec
4
5 frame/sec
5 frame/sec
Single
5 frame/sec
5 frame/sec
Half D1(N)
CIF(C)
9
2.5 frame/sec
2.5 frame/sec
4
2.5 frame/sec
2.5 frame/sec
Single
2.5 frame/sec
2.5 frame/sec
Half D1(N)
CIF(C)
9
1 frame/sec
1 frame/sec
4
1 frame/sec
1 frame/sec
Single
1 frame/sec
1 frame/sec
SHR-2040/2041/2042
Smart
SHR-2040/2041/2042
LAN
SHR-2040/2041/2042
ADSL
0.5 Frame/sec
Japan
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5
(FAQ)
1.
LED
-
2.
SHR-2040/2041/2042 DVR
/
3.
REC LED
REC
-
HDD
-
Video out
Video Out Composite
VGA
On
4.
Monitor
LED
5.
LED
-
Monitor
Composite
VGA
Monitor
Monitor
logo
SHR-2040/2041/2042 DVR
Cover
HDD
HDD
HDD
6.
-
SHR-2040/2041/2042 DVR
7. Live
Alarm
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USER’S
USER’S
MANUAL
MANUAL
8.
-
9. Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
-
Alarm
1)
2) Buzzer
3) Event
10. Live
-
-
:
:
:
-
Off
/
(
(
)- Alarm-Out
)-
/
PTZ
PTZ
PTZ
HDD
11. SHR-2040/2041/2042 DVR
SHR-2040/2041/2042 DVR
HDD
SHR-2040/2041/2042 DVR
HDD
12.
HDD
HDD
CLOCK BATTERY HAS FAILED
DVR
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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.
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Kernel, Busybox, Sysvinit, dvd+rw-tools, cdrtools, dosfstools
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gLibc, Inetutils
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