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INSTRUCTIONS
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PRESET
REW
SPOT
FUNCTION
AUTO
FREEZE
PTZ
COPY
SEARCH
SLOW
LIVE/PB
FAST
DIR
PLAY/ PAUSE
REC
MENU
STANDBY
1
2
3
HDD
!
RX/TX
REC
PLAY
4
5
6
7
8
9
+10
0
ESC
ALARM
RESET
STATUS
D-ZOOM
HOME
MULTI
PIP
CAMERA / NUMBER INPUT
DVR-4N
DVR-8N
DVR-16N
4/8/16 Camera DVR
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FF
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WARNING
This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of unprotected
“Dangerous voltage" within the product's enclosure that may be strong
enough to cause a risk of electric shock.
This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of
important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature
accompanying the appliance.
WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS
APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a class digital
device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in
a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction
manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this
equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the
user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
Disposal of Old Electrical & Electronic Equipment (Applicable in the European
Union and other European countries with separate collection systems)
This symbol on the product or on its packaging indicates that this product shall not be treated as
household waste. Instead it shall be handed over to the applicable collection point for the
recycling of electrical and electronic equipment. By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly,
you will help prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human health,
which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste handling of this product. The recycling
of materials will help to conserve natural resources. For more detailed information about
recycling of this product, please contact your local city office , your household waste disposal
service or the shop where you purchased the product.
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PRECAUTION
All the safety and operating instructions must be read before the unit is operated.
• Make sure to switch the power off before you install the DVR.
• There is the danger of an electric shock if the DVR is opened by an unqualified service
engineer or installer.
• Avoid using the DVR outside of the reference temperature and humidity indicated in the
specification.
• Avoid exposing the DVR to violent movement or vibration.
• Do not use or store the DVR in direct sunlight or near to any source of heat.
• Do not place any object into the holes used for air circulation.
• Always use the DVR in a well ventilated location to prevent overheating.
• Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect type.
• Dispose of used batteries according to the instructions.
• When the system is overheated, the below warning message will be displayed at the
monitor.
“ SYSTEM IS OVERHEATED, TURN THE POWER OFF AND CHECK COOLING FAN” In this
case, do the power off right away and check the cooling fan working.
• The HDD is recommended to use enhanced IDE Hard Disc Drive type made by Maxtor,
Western Digital, Hitachi and IBM.
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CONTENTS
CONTENTS
CHAPTER 1
CHAPTER 2
CHAPTER 3
CHAPTER 4
CHAPTER 5
CHAPTER 6
CHAPTER 7
CHAPTER 8
CHAPTER 9
FEATURES .............................................................................. 4
PACKING DETAIL .................................................................... 6
LOCATION AND CONTROL ..................................................... 7
3.1 FRONT PANEL CONTROLS ............................................ 7
3.2 REAR PANEL CONNECTORS ......................................... 8
INSTALLATION ........................................................................ 9
4.1 TOTAL CONNECTION LAY-OUT........................................ 9
4.2 INDIVIDUAL CONNECTION ............................................. 10
OPERATION .......................................................................... 14
5.1 FACTORY DEFAULT..................................................... 14
5.2 FRONT PANEL CONTROLS .......................................... 17
5.3 REMOTE CONTROLLER ............................................... 35
5.4 MOUSE CONTROL ....................................................... 36
MENU SETUP ........................................................................ 37
6.1 QUICK SETUP .............................................................. 37
6.2 SCREEN ....................................................................... 39
6.3 RECORD ...................................................................... 46
6.4 EVENT.......................................................................... 53
6.5 SYSTEM ....................................................................... 57
6.6 LINK ............................................................................. 65
6.7 SEARCH ....................................................................... 72
6.8 COPY ........................................................................... 72
6.9 EXIT ............................................................................. 73
EXTERNAL TERMINAL INFORMATION .................................. 74
7.1 RS-422/485................................................................... 74
7.2 T.ADJ ........................................................................... 74
7.3 RELAY OUT .................................................................. 75
7.4 ALARM ......................................................................... 75
7.5 VGA.............................................................................. 76
7.6 SERIAL ......................................................................... 76
7.7 ETHERNET / USB ......................................................... 77
7.8 REMOTE ...................................................................... 77
SPECIFICATIONS.................................................................. 78
8.1 INSTALLL THE INTERNAL HARD DISK DRIVE(S). ........ 81
NETWORK VIEWER............................................................... 82
9.1 INSTALLATION OF NETWORK VIEWER SOFTWARE ... 82
9.2 CONNECTING TO DVR................................................. 82
9.3 DVR Search .................................................................. 84
9.4 HDD Search .................................................................. 84
9.5 File Search ................................................................... 85
9.6 ARRANGE THE SCREEN .............................................. 85
9.7 Option........................................................................... 86
9.8 Control.......................................................................... 87
9.9 Key Information ............................................................. 93
The author assumes no responsibility for any errors or omissions that may appear in this
document nor does the author make a commitment to update the information herein.
VER.: 0.1, P/N: 040136
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FEATURES
Chapter 1
Features
Operation
Playback, recording, backup and transmission simultaneously
Real time single or multi-screen display
Pan & Tilt, 2X/4X digital zoom and PIP display
Easy operation by Jog shuttle, IR remote controller, external keypad controller and
USB 2.0 Mouse
Hidden camera option (covert)
User-friendly setup menu and operation
Playback
Multi-screen playback (Full, Quad,4/ 9/16 split)
Search by date, time and camera
Preview window on event search mode
Playback mode(frame/ field) setup automatically
Recording
Select of the recording quality grade for each channel
Individual camera frame rate can be set by user
The recording speed of max.120 images per second (NTSC)
Manual, schedule and event recording
Pre & Post-alarm recording
Select of the recording image size for each channel
4 channels audio recording
Select of the event mode for each channel
Network
Live and playback viewing
Remote control on a networked PC with the exclusive client viewer
(The viewer software is supplied for free.)
Flexible connections - 10/ 100 Mbps Ethernet/ ADSL
Up to 16 network users access simultaneously
Audio transmission between DVR and Client
Dynamic IP is available
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FEATURES
Audio
4 channels audio recording in real time
Copy
USB 2.0 external HDD
USB 2.0 memory stick
CD-RW/ DVD-RW (option)
General
Software downloading facility via network and USB memory stick
Auto detection of PAL / NTSC
Built-in hardware Watchdog
Automatic time adjustment through Network
VGA output for PC monitor(Option)
Optional Removable HDD,CD-RW or DVD-RW
Loop-through connections
Graphic User Interface for the MENU screen
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PACKING DETAIL
Chapter 2
Packing Detail
F(-)
F(+)
AUTO
FREEZE
(AF)
(PRESET)
COPY
SEARCH
REW
SPOT
FUNCTION
PTZ
SLOW
LIVE/PB
FAST
DIR
PLAY/ PAUSE
REC
Z(-)
FF
Z(+)
MENU
STANDBY
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
+10
0
1
HDD
@
RX/TX
REC
PLAY
ALARM
RESET
ESC
D-ZOOM
STATUS
(HOME)
MULTI
PIP
CAMERA / NUMBER INPUT
1. DVR
2. Network Viewer Program CD
5. R-HDD Rack Key (option)
3. User’s Manual
6. Power Cord
CONTENTS
1. DVR
2. Network Viewer Program CD
3. User’s Manual
4. Remote Controller
5. R-HDD Rack Key(option)
6. Power Cord
7. Batteries
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4. Remote controller
7. Battery
LOCATION AND CONTROL
Chapter 3
Location and Control
3.1 FRONT PANEL CONTROLS
1 SPOT / ESC
2 FUNCTION
3 AUTO / F / ( - )
Button to control spot monitor/ return to the previous menu
Using this button when you select “USER” in Relay 4
Button to begin the auto sequence mode/ decrease the value/ focus in PTZ mode
Display of the status of power(STANDBY), HDD(HDD) , network(RX / TX),REC,P
LAY(PLAYBACK)
4 LED Display
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6
7
8
9
Button to control PTZ camera
PTZ
SEARCH(PRESET)
LV / PB
SLOW(
)
FAST( ff )
10 DIRECTION( ef )
11 PLAY / PAUSE(
12 REC(
)
)
Button to display the search menu/ preset in PTZ mode
Button to convert the screen into real view mode or into playback mode
Button to slow down the playback speed
Button to speed up the playback speed
Button to release the event signal/ move the left direction/ PAN left in PTZ
mode
Button to start the playback. If press again, a still picture is displayed during
playback.
Button to begin and stop recording
13 R.HDD RACK
Removable HDD rack (Option: Built-in Removable HDD or CD-RW or DVD±RW)
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USB 2.0 port to use a USB memory stick, Mouse or USB external devices
Button freeze image/ increase the value/ focus in PTZ mode
Button to display the copy menu/ automatically focus in PTZ mode
Buttons to select the camera or input the password
Multi-channel select button
Button to release the event signal/ move the left direction/ PAN left in PTZ mode
Button to enter the next step/ display the status/ return to home position in PTZ mode
Button to control PIP function/ move to the lower direction/ TILT down in PTZ mode
Button to control the digital zoom/ move to the right direction/ PAN right in PTZ mode
USB port
FREEZE / F / ( + )
COPY(AF)
CHANNEL SELECT
MULTI
ALARM RESET / §
/ STATUS/ ( HOME )
PIP / ª
D-ZOOM / ¨
«
23 MENU / ©
Button to display the setup menu/ move to the upper direction/ TILT up in PTZ mode
24 JOG SHUTTLE
To make easy search in playback and menu setup/ control the playback speed/
control the zoom of PTZ camera
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LOCATION AND CONTROL
3.2 REAR PANEL CONNECTORS
Port Name
1 CAMERA IN
2 AUDIO IN
3 AUDIO OUT
4 TERM ON / OFF
5 T-ADJ
6 RS-422 / 485
7 422 / 485
8 RELAY OUT
9 POWER
10 CAMERA OUT
11 SPOT OUT
12 VIDEO OUT(Option)
13 S-VIDEO OUT
14 SERIAL
15 VGA OUT
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17
18
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ETHERNET
USB1 / USB2
REMOTE
ALARM IN
POWER IN
Description
BNC input ports for cameras
RCA input ports for an audio signal(4CH Line input)
RCA output port for an audio signal
Switch to use the terminal block connectors of RS-422 or RS-485
Input and output terminal blocks for time synchronization among DVR
Terminal blocs of RS-422 or RS-485
Switch to convert into RS-422 or RS-485
4 relay output terminal blocks
POWER ON/OFF
BNC output(looping) ports for cameras
BNC input port for spot monitor(Not used in all DVR models)
BNC output port for the main monitor
(Same as the RCA video output of the front panel)
Connector for debugging. This DVR can be controlled by the other device
through this connector(RS-232C).
Input and output terminal blocks for time synchronization among DVRs
Output port for the VGA monitor
This DVR is compatible with TFT LCD monitor in PAL mode.
Port for 10/ 100Mbps Ethernet/ xDSL
USB 2.0 ports to use USB memory stick, Mouse or the external devices
Reserved
Input terminal blocks for alarm signals
Socket for a 220/ 110VAC power cord
INSTALLATION
Chapter 4
Installation
4.1 TOTAL CONNECTION LAY-OUT
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INSTALLATION
4.2 INDIVIDUAL CONNECTION
4.2.1 Camera
* Connect a female BNC connector of each camera to a male BNC connector, “CAMERA IN” port.
* Connect the looping BNC output to other inputs as required.
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INSTALLATION
4.2.2 Audio (*Refer to the specification)
Audio Input
- AUDIO IN : Connect the RCA Line Jack of the relevant equipment (for example, a camera with
a built-in microphone) to the AUDIO IN port.
Audio Output
- AUDIO OUT : Connect the RCA Line output to a monitor with a built-in speaker.
NOTE
This DVR can be connected only with a line audio and not support a microphone for audio input and output.
To record audio should be enable in the AUDIO setup at the MENU setup.
As the audio is linked to a camera, it is required that linked camera viewed, either in multi-screen view during
playback to hear the audio.
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INSTALLATION
4.2.3 Monitor
- Connect the female BNC for monitor output.
- Connect the male Y/C cable socket for S-VIDEO monitor output.
4.2.4 Power
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
WARNING:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF
FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK
AC110~240V 50/ 60Hz
- Auto-detect the correct voltage of power (110~240 VAC)
- Connect the power cord.
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INSTALLATION
4.2.5 USB 2.0 ports
1 Three USB ports are provided to connect a USB memory stick, external storage devices and
○
CD-RW/DVD-RW for video clip copying. One USB port is on the front panel and the other two
are on the rear panel.
2 A USB mouse can be connected to one of the ports. You can use the mouse to navigate
○
through the screens and menus much like you would on a computer.
Installation Process
Connect the desired device to the DVR, as shown above.
( For example, USB memory stick, mouse, external storage device etc.)
Note: 1. Most USB memory stick brands are compatible, problem occurs only to some brands.
Therefore, when data is unable to be achieved from the USB memory stick, please try
again using other brands.
2. Most CD-RW disks are compatible using CD-RW device, problem occurs only to some
brands. Therefore, when data is unable to be achieved from the CD-RW DVR, please try
again using other brand CD-RW disks.
3. When compatibility problem occurs using DVD-RW device, please try again using other
brand DVD-RW disks (CDs not supported: DVD-R, DVD+R, and DVD+RW).
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OPERATION
Chapter 5
Operation
5.1 FACTORY DEFAULT
MENU Setup>
QUICK SETUP>
QUICK SETUP…………………………..………OFF
IMAGE SIZE………………………………………720x240
RECORD FRAME…………………………………60
EVENT……………………….…..…………...........ALL
PRE RECORD TIME……….……………………..5 sec
POST RECORD TIME………………………..…..10 sec
IMAGE QUALITY.. ………………………………FINE
AUDIO RECORD ………………………………….OFF
REMOTE CONTROL ID.…………….………..… ..ALL
SCREEN>
POSITION
HORIZONTAL POSITION………………….0
VERTICAL POSITION.……………………..0
AUTO SEQUENCE
QUAD-A~E/ SIX/ SEVEN/ NINE-A~B/
TEN/ THIRTEEN/ SIXTEEN.…….. ……...3SEC
ADD AUTO SINGLE….…………………...OFF
AUTO-SINGLE CH1~16………………..…3SEC
DISPLAY
HDD FREE SPACE.………………………..ON
HDD FREE SPACE MODE..…...………….PERCENT
RECORD STATUS..…..…………………...ON
CLOCK DISPLAY…….………………….…ON
DATE & TIME MODE..………………….….NUMBER
TITLE DISPLAY………………………….….ON
TITLE MODE…..……………………….…...TEXT
BORDER COLOR.…………………….……WHITE
REMOTE CONTROL ID..…………….……OFF
SPOT DISPLAY……………………….…….ON
TITLE
CH 1~CH 16………………………………....CH 1~CH16
MULTI SCREEN
LIVE 4E………………………………… ....2/ 4/ 6/ 8
LIVE 7……………………………………….1/ 2/ 3/ 4/ 5/ 6/ 7
LIVE 9B………………………………… ....10/11/12/13/14/15/16/1/2
LIVE 10………………………………………1/ 2/ 3/ 4/ 5/ 6/ 7/ 8/ 9/ 10
LIVE 13………………………………………1/ 2/ 3/ 4/ 5/ 6/ 7/ 8/ 9/ 10/ 11/ 12/ 13
COVERT
CH 1~16……………………………………....OFF
SELECT…………………………………..…..LV&PB&NW
SPOT
SPOT MODE……………………………………..MANUAL
SPOT SEQ. TIME….…………………………....3SEC
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OPERATION
ADD SPOT MULTI……………………………....OFF
RECORD>
RECORD SETUP
RECORD PROGRAM..………………….……......6
RECORD PROGRAM (Refer to page 52)
IMAGE QUALITY
RECORD QUALITY……………………….…….....FINE
AUDIO RECORD
AUDIO 1………………..…………………….…...... OFF
AUDIO 2………………..…………………….…...... OFF
AUDIO 3………………..…………………….…...... OFF
AUDIO 4……………..……………………….…...... OFF
REPEAT RECORD
REPEAT RECORD..………………………………..ON
REPEAT RECORD ALARM.…………………..…..5%
PLAY MODE.…………………………………….……........FRAME
BACKUP MODE..……………………………….……........OFF
HOLIDAY
HOLIDAY RECORD…………………………….….OFF
HOLIDAY SETUP(MM/DD) ………………………..00/00
EVENT>
MOTION DETECTION
CHANNEL……………………………………..1
SENSITIVITY………………………………….5
AREA SETUP
TEST MOTION
EVENT SCREEN MODE………………………….…SCREEN HOLD
EVENT CHECK.………………………………………OFF
EVENT MESSAGE..………………………………....OFF
EVENT MESSAGE RESET……………………..…..5SEC
EVENT BUZZER..……………………………….…...OFF
SENSOR INPUT
SENSOR 01~16 INPUT TYPE..……………..NOT USED
RELAY OUTPUT
CH 1~16: ALARM/ V-LOSS/ MOTION..….…1/ 2/ 3
RELAY 1~3 OUTPUT TIME..…………………1SEC
RELAY 4 SELECT.….…………………………POWER
SYSTEM>
HDD
HDD CONFIGURATION
REMOVABLE/ FIXED-01~04……..……….….NO HDD
REC
HDD INITIALIZE
BACKUP
HDD INITIALIZE
CLOCK
DATE & TIME
TIME ADJUST
INTERNET TIME ADJUST...…………………OFF
DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME..…….………..…..OFF
PASSWORD
MASTER PASSWORD…..…………….……………..11111111
SUPERVISOR PASSWORD.………….……………..22222222
MENU DISPLAY CHECK.……………….……………OFF
POWER OFF CHECK...………………….……………OFF
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OPERATION
REC/PLAY CHECK…..………………….……………....…OFF
VIDEO STANDARD…………….…………………………..AUTO
LANGUAGE……………….………..………………….…….ENGLISH
REMOTE CONTROL ID.…………….………..…………….ALL
KEY ECHO…..………………….……………………………ON
DVR INITIALIZE.………………….………..………………..NO
FIRMWARE UPGRADE………………….…………………NO
LINK>
NETWORK
DHCP……..……………………………………………OFF
RS-232
BAUD RATE..………………….……………………..115200
DATA BIT……..……………………………………….8
PARITY BIT….……..…………………………………NONE
STOP BIT……..……………………………………….1
RS-422/485
SYSTEM ID……..…………………………………….1
OUTPUT MODE.…………………………………….RS-485
BAUD RATE..………………….……………………..115200
DATA BIT……..……………………………………….8
PARITY BIT….……..…………………………………NONE
STOP BIT……..……………………………………….1
PTZ
CH 1~16: MODEL/ ID….………………….…….... NONE/ 9600/ 1
E-mail
SEARCH>
CALENDAR SEARCH
HDD ID………………………………………………..NORMAL
CHANNEL…………………..………………….…….ALL
SEARCH & COPY
HDD ID………………………………………………..NORMAL
CHANNEL…………………..………………….…….ALL
TIME SEARCH
HDD ID………………………………………………..NORMAL
CHANNEL…………………..………………….…….ALL
EVENT SEARCH
HDD ID………………………………………………..NORMAL
CHANNEL…………………..………………………..ALL
EVENT…………………..……………………………ALL
BLOCK SEARCH
HDD ID………………………………………………..NORMAL
FILE SEARCH
MEDIA………………………………………………...USB_FRONT
BOOKMARK SEARCH
LOG FILE SEARCH
COPY>
COPY
COPY STATUS
COPY START/ END/ CUR TIME.…………………2000/00/00 00:00:00
MEDIA FORMAT
FORMAT MEDIA..…………………………………..USB_FRONT
EXIT>
………………………………………………………....SAVE ONLY
………………………………………………………....SAVE AND EXIT
………………………………………………………....EXIT WITHOUT SAVE
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OPERATION
5.2 FRONT PANEL CONTROLS
5.2.1 POWER ON/ OFF SWITCH(located in rear panel)
After the connection of power cord and other devices(HDDS) with this DVR, turn the power on.
a. The video signal system (NTSC or PAL) is automatically
detected.
b. Power Failure Recovery
This DVR automatically reverts back to programmed record
parameters upon power restoration.
c. If the power key is protected by password, the power on/off
cannot be executed before input the correct password.
(Refer to the PASSWORD in the SYSTEM menu).
• If there is no video signal, the video signal system is set to NTSC. Do not input the PAL type video signal or it may
cause the DVR’s malfunction. In this case, turn off and on again.
5.2.2 SCREEN DISPLAY
5.2.2.1 Multi-Display & Full Screen display
a. Multi display
The example is display by 16CH DVR
To change a single camera display to the multi camera, press the MULTI button.
b. Full screen display
Press the desired camera number button to display on the monitor.
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OPERATION
Use the +10 Button when you select two digit camera numbers.
EX) Camera Number 12 = Press the +10 Button, and then press the No. 2 Button.
CAMERA/NUMBER INPUT buttons are used to input the password in the password lock function.
5.2.2.2 Auto Sequence Display
<ADD AUTO SINGLE : ON> example for 16CH
- Press the AUTO button, each screen display will be automatically switching according to the
AUTO SEQUENCE setup.
- If you set up “ADD AUTO SINGLE : OFF” in the AUTO SEQUENCE setup menu, the single
display will be skipped.
- To view the single display, set up “ADD AUTO SINGLE : ON” in the AUTO SEQUENCE setup
menu and the single display will be included in the auto sequence display.
- Press the AUTO button again to exit the AUTO mode.
If an event takes place, the AUTO SEQUENCE mode will be cancelled.
Please refer to the AUTO SEQUENCE of Chapter 6 MENU setup for more information.(Page 40)
5.2.2.3 Freeze
MULTI SCREEN MODE
At the Multi display mode, press the FREEZE button and then select the desired camera
number.
Press the FREEZE button again to release the FREEZE mode.
SINGLE SCREEN MODE
Press the FREEZE button after the desired channel is selected.
Press the FREEZE button again to release the FREEZE mode.
- If you press the MULTI button after pressing the FREEZE button, all the channels will display
still images.
- FREEZE function is not available, when auto mode is selected.
(Refer to AUTO SEQUENCE in the SCREEN menu for further information)
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OPERATION
5.2.3 RECORD
Press the REC button and the following message will be displayed as below;
MANUAL MODE
Press the REC button to begin recording.
To stop recording, press the REC button again. The screen will be turned into real time display
mode.
SCHEDULE MODE
When Schedule mode is selected, the recording will be automatically executed according to the
recording schedule. (Please refer to the RECORD PROGRAM in the RECORD setup, page 47.)
The color of record indication (
recording and refer to the following.
) on the screen will be changed according to the type of
- “
(Yellow) ” : Manual recording status.
- “
(Green) ” : Schedule recording status.
-“
(Red) ” : Event recording status. (Motion detection/ Video loss/ Sensor)
-“
(White) ” : Not recording.
All channels will be displayed by red lights even if an event happened just on one channel. Red light will be
displayed because this unit enters the event record mode when event happened. If a channel has an event,
all channels will be recorded by event recording frame rate to be set in RECORD PROGRAM menu.
5.2.4 SEARCH & PLAYBACK
Press the SEARCH button, the SEARCH menu screen appears.
TIME SEARCH
If you press the PLAY button in the real time screen mode, playback will be executed from the end of
the previous time search and press the desired channel select button.
To exit the playback mode and see the live screen again, press LV/PB button.
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OPERATION
5.2.4.1 CALENDAR SEARCH
At the SEARCH menu;
① Move the cursor to CALENDAR SEARCH using © or ª button.
② Press the ENTER button and CALENDAR SEARCH screen appears.
③ Select the desired HDD ID using the (-) or (+) button.
④ Move the cursor to CHANNEL using the © or ª button and select the desired channel using the
(-) or (+) button.
⑤ Move the cursor to the desired position using the © , ª , § , ¨ buttons, and then select the
desired date.
⑥ Press the ENTER button, and the following screen appears.
⑦ Move the cursor to the desired position of during HOUR, MIN and SEC using the © , ª , § , ¨
buttons, and select the desired time using the (-), (+) buttons.
⑧ Press the ESC button to exit this menu.
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OPERATION
5.2.4.2 SEARCH & COPY
At the SEARCH menu;
① Move the cursor to SEARCH & COPY using © or ª button.
② Press the ENTER button and SEARCH & COPY screen appears.
③ Select the desired HDD ID using the (-) or (+) button.
④ Move the cursor to CHANNEL using the © or ª button and select the desired channel using the
(-) or (+) button.
⑤ Move the cursor to the desired position of SEARCH TIME using the © , ª , § , ¨ buttons, and
then set up the desired time using the(-), (+) buttons or turn the wheel scroll of mouse to set the
search time.
⑥ Press the ENTER button and you can playback.
⑦ Move the cursor to START COPY and then press the ENTER button to copy.
⑧ Press the ESC button to exit this menu.
5.2.4.3 TIME SEARCH
At the SEARCH menu;
① Move the cursor to TIME SEARCH using © or ª button.
② Press the ENTER button and TIME SEARCH screen appears.
③ Select the desired HDD ID using the (-) or (+) button.
④ Move the cursor to CHANNEL using the © or ª button and select the desired channel using the
(-) or (+) button.
⑤ Move the cursor to the desired position of SEARCH TIME using the © , ª , § , ¨ buttons, and
then set up the desired time using the(-), (+) buttons or turn the wheel scroll of mouse to set the
search time.
⑥ Press the ENTER button and you can playback.
⑦ Press the ESC button to exit this menu.
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OPERATION
5.2.4.4 EVENT SEARCH
At the SEARCH menu;
① Move the cursor to EVENT SEARCH using © or ª button.
② Press the ENTER button and the EVENT SEARCH menu screen appears.
③ Select the desired HDD ID using the (-) or (+) button.
④ Move the cursor to CHANNEL using the © or ª button and select the desired channel using the
(-) or (+) button.
⑤ Move the cursor to EVENT using the © or ª button and select the event type to search using the
(-) or (+) button.
⑥ Move the cursor to the desired position of SEARCH TIME using the © , ª , § , ¨ buttons, and
then set up the desired time using the(-), (+) buttons.
(Or turn the wheel scroll of mouse to search the event list.)
⑦ Press the ENTER button or turn the wheel scroll of mouse, and the event list searched appears.
⑧ When the event list appears on the screen, select the desired list using © or ª buttons or wheel
scroll of mouse and press the ENTER button for the playback.
- When video loss is detected, up to five seconds of pre-recording data is stored on the HDD and the details
will be listed in the EVENT LIST. The beep sounds and the LED of the ALARM RESET button will flicker.
Press the ALARM RESET button to remove this signal.
- When the unit receives a signal from the sensor input, DVR begins to record the input data according
to the PRE/POST TIME in the RECORD setup and the details will be listed in the EVENT LIST.
CAUTION
ⓐ If the internal HDD(s) is initialized, all of the event images will be deleted.
ⓑ When the unit is in normal recording status, the pre-recording will not be executed.
5.2.4.5 BLOCK SEARCH
At the SEARCH menu;
① Move the cursor to BLOCK SEARCH using © or ª button.
② Press the ENTER button and the BLOCK SEARCH menu screen appears.
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③ Select the desired HDD ID using the (-) or (+) button.
④ Move the cursor to the desired position of SEARCH TIME using the © , ª , § , ¨ buttons, and
then set up the desired time using the(-), (+) buttons. (Or turn the wheel scroll of mouse to search
the block list.)
⑤ Press the ENTER or turn the wheel scroll of mouse, and the list searched appears.
⑥ When the list appears on the screen, select the desired list using © or ª buttons or wheel scroll
of mouse and press the ENTER button for the playback.
5.2.4.6 FILE SEARCH
At the SEARCH menu;
① Move the cursor to FILE SEARCH using © or ª button.
② Press the ENTER button and the FILE SEARCH screen appears.
③ Select the desired type of MEDIA using the (-) or (+) button.
④ Press the ENTER button or turn the wheel scroll of mouse, and the list searched appears.
⑤ When the list appears on the screen, select the desired list using © or ª buttons or wheel scroll
of mouse.
⑥ Press the ENTER button for the playback.
5.2.4.7 BOOKMARK SEARCH
At the SEARCH menu;
① Move the cursor to BOOKMARK SEARCH using © or ª button.
② Press the ENTER button and the BOOKMARK SEARCH screen appears.
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③ Press the ENTER button, and the list searched appears.
④ When the list appears on the screen, select the desired list using © or ª buttons or wheel scroll
of mouse
⑤ Press the ENTER button for the playback.
<How to make Bookmark list>
① Press the “PB/PAUSE” button to playback.
② Find the desired image using shuttle ring.
③ Press the “PB/PAUSE” button to see the still picture of the desired image.
④ Press the “PTZ” button to add the BOOKMARK list.
5.2.4.8 LOG FILE SEARCH
At the SEARCH menu;
① Move the cursor to LOG FILE SEARCH using © or ª button.
② Press the ENTER button and the LOG FILE SEARCH screen appears.
③ Move the cursor to the desired position of SEARCH TIME using the © , ª , § , ¨ buttons, and
then set up the desired time using the(-), (+) buttons.
(Or turn the wheel scroll of mouse to search the desired list.)
④ Press the ENTER button or turn the wheel scroll of mouse, and the list searched appears.
⑤ When the list appears on the screen, select the desired list using © or ª buttons or the wheel
scroll of mouse.
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5.2.5 SEARCH BUTTON INFORMATION
1
○
2
○
3
○
4
○
5.1.5.1 SLOW (
)
Press this button to make the speed level which is slower than normal speed (X1) and displayed it at
the upper left side of screen as below;
(If you press this button again, the playback speed will be changed in the order of the below seven
speed level)
i.
1/2 - 2 times slower than normal playback speed
ii.
1/4 - 4 times slower than normal playback speed
iii.
1/8 - 8 times slower than normal playback speed
iv.
1/16 - 16 times slower than normal playback speed
v.
1/32 - 32 times slower than normal playback speed
vi.
1/64 - 64 times slower than normal playback speed
vii.
1/128 - 128 times slower than normal playback speed
5.2.5.2 PLAY / PAUSE (
)
Press this button to begin playback at normal speed (X1).
Press this button again to pause the playback.
NOTE
If you press the “PLAY/ PAUSE” button to playback, it will playback from the end of played final image.
<How to playback a section repeatedly>
① Press the “AUTO” button to set up the A position(starting position) and “(A- )” will be displayed on
upper right of the screen.
② And then press the “FREEZE” button to set up the B position(ending position) and “(A-B)” will be
displayed on upper right of the screen and played between A to B repeatedly.
<How to release the section repetition playback>
Press the “PIP(CLEAR)” button and section repetition playback will cancel.
5.2.5.3 FAST (
)
Press this button to make faster the speed level which is higher than normal speed (X1) and
displayed at the upper left side of screen as below:
i.
2 - 2 times faster than normal playback speed
ii.
4 - 4 times faster than normal playback speed
iii.
8 - 8 times faster than normal playback speed
iv.
16 - 16 times faster than normal playback speed
v.
32 - 32 times faster than normal playback speed
vi.
64 - 64 times faster than normal playback speed
vii.
128 - 128 times faster than normal playback speed
(However much data may be recorded can be searched in 3 seconds)
5.2.5.4 DIRECTION (
)
Press this button to change direction to forward (
X ) or backward ( W ) in playback mode.
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NOTE
Press DIR button to make a reversed playback from the end of recorded or played images
during the real time display mode (Instant Playback).
5.2.6
JOG SHUTTLE INFORMATION
SHUTTLE RING
JOG DIAL
5.2.6.1 Normal Playback Mode
① Turn the SHUTTLE ring to the desired playback direction and speed level according to the above
drawing during the playback.
② The DVR will go back to pause mode when the SHUTTLE ring is returned to the center position.
5.2.6.2 Frame by Frame Playback Mode
① Press the PB/PAUSE button to get a still image while the DVR is in the playback mode.
② Turn the JOG DIAL in either direction continuously for playback of consecutive frames.
③ Press the PB/ PAUSE button again to return to the previous mode.
5.2.6.3 Digital Zoom of PTZ camera
① Select a pre-set single camera, and then press the PTZ button.
② Turn the SHUTTLE RING to zoom in or out.
③ Turn the SHUTTLE RING to iris close/open of PTZ.
5.2.6.4 Using the JOG DIAL in the MENU setup
① Turn the JOG DIAL to modify the displayed setup value in MENU setup.
② Turn the shuttle ring to set up the “SCHEDULE” in RECORD SETUP of the MENU setup.
NOTE Not All Functions can used by JOG DIAL
In the MENU setup, below buttons can be used instead of the JOG DIAL.
: Press this button to modify the setup value.
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5.2.7
DIGITAL ZOOM
CH1
①
②
③
④
⑤
Press the desired camera number button you wish to display on the monitor.
Press the D-ZOOM button. The indication screen appears on the main screen.
Turn wheel scroll of mouse or press the © , ª , § , ¨ buttons to select the desired location.
Press the ENTER button to change the zoom x2 ~ x4.
Press the ESC button to exit this screen.
5.2.8 SCREEN SELECT(LV/PB)
► PLAY
CH1
During the playback, press the LV/PB button to convert the screen into real time display mode.
(Press this button again to return to the playback mode.)
5.2.9 SPOT MONITOR
Set up the desired mode in “SPOT” of “SCREEN MENU” before executing the SPOT mode.
5.2.9.1 MANUAL MODE
① Press the “SPOT” button on the front panel to toggle “SPOT” mode indicated on the main monitor.
② Press a camera button to display that camera on the spot monitor.
③ OSD of the selected channel will be indicated at the upper left of screen in live mode.
5.2.9.2 EVENT MODE
Press the “SPOT” button and the Spot monitor will display the channel which an event happened.
NOTE: If you press the “SPOT” button after setting this mode, you can control the spot monitor manually.
5.2.9.3 SEQUENCE MODE
Press the “SPOT” button and each channel and split channel will be displayed on the Spot monitor
in sequence.
NOTE: If you press the “SPOT” button after setting this mode, you can control the spot monitor manually.
4CH version don’t have this function.
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** Please refer to 6.2.7 SPOT of SCREEN
5.2.10 COPY
Press the COPY button to copy the recorded images into other media and the COPY MENU screen
appears.
5.2.10.1 COPY
5.2.10.1-1 COPY TO EXTERNAL HDD (USB)
At the COPY menu,
① Move the cursor to COPY using the © or ª buttons.
② Press the ENTER button and the following screen appears.
③ Select the desired MEDIA(USB port 3 select the correct USB position for HDD) (-), (+) buttons
or wheel scroll of mouse.
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④ Move the cursor to HDD ID using the © or ª buttons and select the desired HDD to copy among
HDD IDs using the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse.
⑤ Move the cursor to the desired position of COPY START TIME/ COPY END TIME using the © ,
ª , § , ¨ buttons and press the (-) or (+) button to set up the time to set up the COPY START
TIME and COPY END TIME.
** Scroll bar: - Turn the shuttle ring to the right to move the cursor of COPY END TIME or to the left
to move the cursor of COPY START TIME and the cursor will be yellow. And then turn the wheel
scroll of mouse to move the cursor to the desired time.
- It can operate with just Mouse click.
⑥ Press the ENTER button to copy.
NOTE
When the copy is in process, the copying status(ex. “COPY 30%”) will be displayed on the right side of
the monitor. You can search and playback the copied images in HDD with DVR itself
(Please refer to 5.2.4.6 FILE SEARCH, page 23.)
** You have to format in case of the media to be used in DVR for the first time.
5.2.10.1-2 COPY TO USB memory stick
At the COPY menu,
① Move the cursor to COPY using the © or ª buttons.
② Press the ENTER button and the following screen appears.
③ Select the desired MEDIA(select three of USB port) (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse.
④ Move the cursor to HDD ID using the © or ª buttons and select the desired HDD to copy among
HDD IDs using the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse.
⑤ Move the cursor to the desired position of COPY START TIME/ COPY END TIME using the © ,
ª , § , ¨ buttons and press the (-) or (+) button to set up the time or turn the wheel scroll of
mouse to set up the COPY START TIME and COPY END TIME.
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** Scroll bar: - Turn the shuttle ring to the right to move the cursor of COPY END TIME or to the left
to move the cursor of COPY START TIME and the cursor will be yellow. And then
turn the wheel scroll of mouse to move the cursor to the desired time.
- It can operate with just Mouse click.
⑥ Press the ENTER button to copy.
When the copy is in process, the copying status(ex. “COPY 30%”) will be displayed on the right side
of the monitor.
You can search and playback the copied images in USB stick memory with DVR itself as well as PC.
(Please refer to 5.2.4.6 FILE SEARCH, page 23.)
5.2.10.1-3 COPY TO CD-RW/ DVD-RW
At the COPY menu,
① Move the cursor to COPY using the © or ª buttons.
② Press the ENTER button and the following screen appears.
③ Select the desired MEDIA(CD-RW/DVD) (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse.
④ Move the cursor to HDD ID using the © or ª buttons and select the desired HDD to copy among
HDD IDs using the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse.
⑤ Move the cursor to the desired position of COPY START TIME/ COPY END TIME using the © ,
ª , § , ¨ buttons and press the (-) or (+) button to set up the time or turn the wheel scroll of
mouse to set up the COPY START TIME and COPY END TIME.
** Scroll bar: - Turn the shuttle ring to the right to move the cursor of COPY END TIME or to the left
to move the cursor of COPY START TIME and the cursor will be yellow. And then
turn the wheel scroll of mouse to move the cursor to the desired time.
- It can operate with just Mouse click.
⑥ Press the ENTER button to copy.
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When the copy is in process, the copying status(ex. “COPY 30%”) will be displayed on the right side of
the monitor.
NOTE
- CD-RW or DVD-RW is option and this DVR need the interface board to install a built-in CD-RW or
DVD-RW.
- If you want a built-in CD-RW or DVD-RW, must purchase it from a authorized dealer.
- You can search and playback the copied images in CD or DVD with DVR itself as well as PC.
(Please refer to 5.2.4.6 FILE SEARCH, page 23.)
** You have to format in case of the media to be used in DVR for the first time.
5.2.10.1-4 STOPPING COPY
Press the COPY button to stop copying and the following screen appears.
Move the cursor using the © or ª buttons and
select “YES” or “NO” and then press the ENTER button.
5.2.10.2 COPY STATUS
At the COPY menu,
① Move the cursor to COPY STATUS using the © or ª buttons.
② Press the ENTER button to see the current copying status and the following screen appears.
③ Press the ESC button to exit this menu.
CUR TIME : Indicate current copying situation among the total copying data.
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5.2.10.3 MEDIA FORMAT
At the COPY menu,
① Move the cursor to MEDIA FORMAT using the © or ª buttons.
② Press the ENTER button and the following screen appears.
③ Select formatting media using the (-), (+) button.
④ Move the cursor to MEDIA FORMAT and then press the “ENTER” button.
⑤ The message, “FORMATTING” will be displayed while formatting.
NOTE
If you don’t connect any media device, you can see the message, “Fail”.
5.2.11 DVR STATUS
Press the “STATUS” button or double-click the left button of Mouse, The SYSTEM INFOMATION
screen will appear. To see the next page, press the § , ¨ or use the wheel scroll of Mouse.
Press the STATUS button again to move on next information screen or press the “ESC” button to
exit the menu.
5.2.12 PTZ CONTROL
5.2.12.1 PTZ control in live view
① Press the desired camera button to be displayed and the PTZ channel, model name and ID will
be displayed on the left side of the monitor as the following picture.
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②
③
④
⑤
⑥
Press the “PTZ” button to control pan, tilt and zoom functions of PTZ camera.
Use the § , ¨ button to pan left and right and the © or ª button to tilt up and down.
Turn the SHUTTLE ring to zoom in and out.
Use the (-) or (+) button to focus. Or press the (AF) button for auto focusing.
Press the PTZ button again to exit the PTZ mode.
** Please refer to 6.6.4 PTZ setup of LINK menu, page 74.
5.2.12.2 PTZ PRESETTING
① Press the “PTZ” button to enter PTZ mode.
② Press the “PRESET” button to enter PRESET mode and “PTZ(PRESET)MOVE”, OSD will be
displayed on the left side of the monitor.
③ Move to the desired preset location using the “NUMBER” buttons.
④ Press the “PRESET” button again and “PTZ(PRESET)SET”, OSD will be displayed on the left
side of the monitor.
⑤ Make the desired setting of the PTZ camera using the © , ª , § , ¨, (-), (+) buttons.
⑥ Press the “NUMBER” button to set up the revised presetting.
PRESETS
- A preset is a user-defined camera position using pan and tilt, zoom, and focus commands.
This DVR has the Programming capacity for 16 preset locations for 16CH.
This DVR has the Programming capacity for 8 preset locations for 8CH.
This DVR has the Programming capacity for 4 preset locations for 4CH.
- This DVR has RS-422/485 terminal block telemetry port on the rear panel.
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5.2.13 FUNCTION BUTTON
<Audio select >
You can select audio channels regardless of monitoring screen.
Press the “function(audio select)” button and then press the desired number button and you can
hear audio of selected channel regardless of monitoring screen.
< Link of audio and camera >
Press the “function(audio select)” button and then press the “MULTI” button and you can hear audio
of selected camera.
That is to say, you can hear CH 1 audio when viewing CH 1,
CH 2 audio when viewing CH 2,
CH 3 audio when viewing CH 3 and
CH 4 when viewing CH 4.
You need this button to control “USER” mode of RELAY 4 SELECT.
Please refer to 6.4.8 RELAY OUTPUT, page 56.
5.2.14 PIP CONTROL
① Select a single camera in live view, and then press the PIP button and the following screen will
be displayed.
② Select the desired camera that will be displayed on the PIP screen.
③ Press the ENTER button to make the bigger PIP screen and use the © , ª , § , ¨ buttons to
move the position of PIP screen.
④ Press the ESC button to exit this mode.
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5.3 REMOTE CONTROLLER
Button Name
1
○
13
○
2
○
14
○
3
○
15
○
9
○
10
○
FUNCTION
ZIRIS COPY
RECORD ( ● )
ALARM RESET
PLAY / PAUSE(
Description
)
16
○
4
○
5
○
6
○
7
○
8
○
1
○
2
○
3
○
4
○
5
○
6
○
7
○
17
○
8 SLOW (
○
18
○
19
○
)
9 MULTI
○
10
○ ( ▲ )/(MENU)
20
○
21
○
11
○
22
○
23
○
12
○
24
○
25
○
26
○
27
○
11 ( ◀ )
○
12 AUTO / ( - ) / F(-)
○
13 (PTZ)
○
14 Z+
○
15
○
16
○
17
○
18
○
19
○
20
○
IRIS+
SEARCH
LV/PB
DIGITAL ZOOM
DIR (
)
FAST( ▶▶ )
21 SPOT / ESC
○
22 ENTER (
○
23 ( ▶ )
○
)/(HOME)
24 ( ▼ ) / (PIP)
○
25 FREEZE / ( + ) / F(+)
○
26 CAMERA BUTTONS
○
27 REMOTE
○
CONTROLLER ID
Refer to 5.2.13 FUNCTION BUTTON
Zoom out of PTZ
Iris close of PTZ
Display the copy menu
Begin and stop recording
Release the event signal
Press this button to begin playback. If
press again during the playback, a still
picture is displayed
Press this button to slow-down playback
speed
Display multi-screen
Move the cursor up to the next line in the
setup menu
Enter setup menu mode
Move the cursor in left direction in the
setup menu.
Frame by Frame(field by field) playback
Auto sequence / Downward value /
Focus control of PTZ
Select the PTZ mode
Zoom in of PTZ
Iris open of PTZ
Display the search menu
Change screen mode
Control of zoom in and out
Change the direction of playback
Press this button to speed-up playback
speed
Enter the spot mode / Return to the
previous mode
Enter / Go home in PTZ mode
Move the cursor in right direction in the
setup menu.
Frame by Frame(field by field) playback
Move the cursor down to the next line /
Enter PIP mode
Freeze / Up-going value /
Focus control of PTZ
Camera number select button
Please refer to Remote controller ID in the
system setup
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5.4 MOUSE CONTROL
1
○
2
○
3
○
1
○
3
○
3
○
2
○
1
○
Status display
Menu display
Exit
Value change
Select
Double-click
Doubl
e-click of the left button
One-click of the right button
Double-click of the right button
Turning the wheel scroll
Double-click on the item or icon
* You can click the below keys on the MENU screen with a mouse.
mouse.
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Chapter 6
MENU Setup
ENTRANCE OF THE MENU SETUP
Press the MENU button for the desired DVR setting.
You can use the mouse instead of buttons on the front panel of DVR.
Simply click the desired icon or item in case of using the mouse.
6.1 QUICK SETUP
Press the MENU button and the QUICK SETUP menu appears as the following picture.
** This menu is simply used when user want to change just a few important settings.
Note: If you select QUICK SETUP setting is “ON”,the DVR System will according to this Setup
Page setting to record the recording data,If you select QUICK SETUP setting is “OFF”, the
DVR System will recording data according to the Record Setup Page setting.
Select the desired item using the © or ª buttons and set up the value using the (-), (+) buttons or
wheel scroll of mouse.
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6.1.1 QUICK SETUP
Select “ON” or “OFF” using the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse to use the QUICK SETUP
setting.
NOTE : If you select “ON”, RECORD MENU will be disregarded.
6.1.2 IMAGE SIZE
Select the desired IMAGE SIZE for recording using the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse.
6.1.3 RECORD FRAME
Select the desired frame rate for normal recording using the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse.
All event channels will be recorded by the setting RECORD FRAME/16.
For example, if you set RECORD FRAME to 120, 16 each channel will be recorded by 7 ips.
** Please refer to chapter 6.3 RECORD.
6.1.4 EVENT
Select a kind of EVENT using the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse.
If you want to select all kind of event, choose “ALL” and if you don’t want event recording, choose
“OFF”. The default is “ALL”.
Note: Except for schedule recording, to trigger event recording QUICK SETUP option must be set to
ON and the EVENT option must be setup.
6.1.5 PRE RECORD TIME
Select the desired time for pre-recording using the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse. When
video loss, alarm or motion is detected, the DVR will store pre-recorded data during the selected
time. The pre-recording time can be set from 0 second to 5 second and the default is “5”.
6.1.6 POST RECORD TIME
Select the desired time for post-recording using the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse. When
video loss, alarm or motion is detected, the DVR will store post-recorded data during the selected
period. The post-recording time can be set from 0 second to 60 second and the default is “10”.
NOTE: The pre- and post- recording is not valid in normal recording mode.
6.1.7 IMAGE QUALITY
Select the desired image quality using the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse. There are 3
kinds of image quality. Please refer to chapter 6.3 RECORD.
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6.1.8 REMOTE CONTROL ID
At the SYSTEM menu,
① Move the cursor to the REMOTE CONTROL ID using the © or ª buttons.
② Set the REMOTE CONTROL ID using the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse.
If you are operating more than one DVR in the same place and wish to use the remote controller, the remote
controller ID setup is required. Otherwise, do not change the default set value and “ON” should be selected.
Creates the Remote controller ID
Select one of the numbers from 11~14、21~24、31~34、41~44, and then press the same number button on the
supplied remote controller before the operation.
6.2 SCREEN
To set up the SCREEN menu,
① Move the cursor to the SCREEN icon using the § , ¨ buttons in the MENU screen.
② Press the ENTER button when the cursor is on the SCREEN icon and the following items appear.
6.2.1 POSITION
At the SCREEN menu,
① Press the ENTER button when the cursor is on the POSITION and the following items appear.
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② Change the value of the HORIZONTAL POSITION using the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of
mouse to adjust the horizontal position of the screen.
* The value is from -4 to +4 and the default is “0”.
③ Change the value of the VERTICAL POSITION using the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse
to adjust the vertical position of the screen.
* The value is from -4 to +4 and the default is “0”.
④ To exit this POSITION menu, press the ESC button.
6.2.2 AUTO SEQUENCE
At the SCREEN menu,
① Move the cursor to the AUTO SEQUENCE using © or ª buttons.
② Press the ENTER button when the cursor is on the AUTO SEQUENCE and the following 4 pages
screen appears.
③ Move the cursor to each single or split channel using the § , ¨ buttons.
④ When the desired channel is selected, change the value of AUTO SEQUENCE duration using
the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse to set the length of time for switching each channel in
sequence.
* The value is from 0SEC to 60SEC and the default is “3SEC”.(Not suggest to select 0SEC)
⑤ To exit this AUTO SEQUENCE menu, press the ESC button.
ADD AUTO SINGLE: If selected OFF, every single channel will be skipped in the AUTO SEQUENCE mode.
The default is “OFF”.
Note: You can select 0 sec to Skip the auto-split type, but the quad-A the most basic split function,
so quad-A the smallest split value is 1.
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6.2.3 DISPLAY
At the SCREEN menu,
① Move the cursor to the DISPLAY using © or ª buttons.
② Press the ENTER button when the cursor is on the DISPLAY and the following items appear.
③ To exit this DISPLAY menu, press the ESC button.
6.2.3.1 HDD FREE SPACE
At the DISPLAY menu,
① Move the cursor using the © or ª buttons to select the HDD FREE SPACE.
② Use the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse to choose “ON” or “OFF”.
* The default is “ON”.
ON: Remaining capacity of the fixed(not backup) HDDs will be displayed on the screen.
6.2.3.2 HDD FREE SPACE MODE
At the DISPLAY menu,
① Move the cursor using the © or ª buttons to select the HDD FREE SPACE MODE.
② Use the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse to choose “PERCENT” or “GIGABYTE”.
* The default is “PERCENT”.
PERCENT: Remaining capacity of the fixed HDDs will be displayed on the screen in percent.
GIGABYTE: Remaining capacity of the fixed HDDs will be displayed on the screen in gigabyte.
6.2.3.3 RECORD STATUS
At the DISPLAY menu,
① Move the cursor using the © or ª buttons to select the RECORD STATUS.
② Use the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse to choose “ON” or “OFF”.
* The default is “ON”.
ON: Displaying the recording status of each channel on the screen.
6.2.3.4 CLOCK DISPLAY
At the DISPLAY menu,
① Move the cursor using the © or ª buttons to select the CLOCK DISPLAY.
② Use the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse to choose “ON” or “OFF”.
The default is “ON”.
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ON: The date and time will be displayed on the screen.
6.2.3.5 DATE&TIME MODE
At the DISPLAY menu,
① Move the cursor using the © or ª buttons to select the DATE&TIME MODE.
② Use the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse to choose “NUMBER” or “INITIAL”.
* The default is “NUMBER”.
NUMBER: All date and time will be displayed in numbers.
Ex. 2005/01/01 00:00:00
INITIAL : the month section will be displayed in character.
Ex. JAN. 01 2005 00:00:00
6.2.3.6 TITLE DISPLAY
① At the DISPLAY menu, move the cursor using the © or ª buttons to select the TITLE DISPLAY.
② Use the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse to choose “ON” or “OFF”.
* The default is “ ON”.
ON: Each channel title will be displayed on the screen. (Please refer to 2-4, TITLE setup)
6.2.3.7 TITLE MODE
① At the DISPLAY menu, move the cursor using the © or ª buttons to select the TITLE MODE.
② Use the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse to choose “TEXT” or “BITMAP”.
* The default is “ TEXT”.
A bitmap is a type of graphics file on a computer.
6.2.3.7 BORDER COLOR
At the DISPLAY menu,
① Move the cursor using the © or ª buttons to select the BORDER COLOR.
② Use the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse to choose “WHITE” or “BLACK”.
* The default is “WHITE”.
WHITE: The color of the border line will be displayed on the multi-channel screen in white.
BLACK: The color of the border line will be displayed on the multi-channel screen in black.
6.2.3.8 REMOTE CONTROL ID
At the DISPLAY menu,
① Move the cursor using the © or ª buttons to select the REMOTE CONTROL ID.
② Use the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse to choose “ON” or “OFF”.
* The default is “OFF”.
ON: The remote controller ID will be displayed on the screen.
6.2.3.9 SPOT TITLE DISPLAY
At the DISPLAY menu,
① Move the cursor using the © or ª buttons to select the SPOT TITLE DISPLAY.
② Use the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse to choose “ON” or “OFF”.
* The default is “OFF”.
ON: Each channel title will be displayed on the spot monitor screen.
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6.2.4 TITLE
At the SCREEN menu,
① Move the cursor to the TITLE using © or ª buttons.
② Press the ENTER button when the cursor is on the TITLE and the following 2 pages screen
appears.
③ Use the § , ¨ buttons to see the next page.
④ Press the ENTER button after selecting desired channel using the © or ª buttons and the
following screen appears.
⑤ Select the character using the © , ª , § , ¨ buttons and then press the ENTER button.
⑥ To exit this CHARACTER TABLE screen, press the ESC button.
CHANNEL TITLE MODE: There are “TEXT” and “BITMAP”.
TEXT: Using the CHARACTER TABLE
BITMAP: It is possible to download new characters using the software (DVR Viewer) if you want.
6.2.5 MULTI-SCREEN
You can select the desired channels and make a
this menu.
4、7、9、10、13 split screen(for 16CH) using
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At the SCREEN menu,
① Move the cursor to the MULTI SCREEN using © or ª buttons.
② Select the character using the © , ª , § , ¨ buttons and then press the ENTER button.
③ Press the ENTER button when the cursor is on the MULTI SCREEN and the following screen
appears.
④ To exit this MULTI SCREEN menu, press the ESC button.
6.2.5.1 LIVE 4E / LIVE 7/ LIVE 9B/ LIVE 10/ LIVE 13
① Press the ENTER button after selecting “LIVE 4E、7、9B、10、13” using the © or ª buttons.
[LIVE4E]
[LIVE 7]
[LIVE9B]
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[LIVE 13]
② Set the desired number of camera in each channel screen using the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse.
③ Use the © , ª , § , ¨ buttons to set the other channel screen.
④ To exit this screen, press the ESC button.
Note:
In the each of LIVE SPLIT, same camera numbers should not be selected.
8CH have a 4、6、7 split screen using this menu.
4CH version don’t have this option.
6.2.6 COVERT
At the SCREEN menu,
① Move the cursor to the COVERT using the © or ª buttons.
②
③
④
⑤
Press the ENTER button when the cursor is on the COVERT and the following 2 pages screen appears.
Move the cursor and select the desired item using the © or ª buttons.
Use the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse to choose “ON” or “OFF”.
Use the § , ¨ buttons to see the next page.
ON: Selected channel will be displayed in black screen (Hidden camera).
SELECT: It is possible to select among “LV&PB&NW”, “PB&NW”, “LV&NW”, “LV&PB”, “NETWORK”, “PLAY” and “LIVE”.
LV(LIVE): To covert selected channels on live screen
PB(PLAY): To covert selected channels on playback screen
NW(NETWORK): To covert selected channels on network viewer screen
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6.2.7 SPOT
At the SCREEN menu,
① Move the cursor to the SPOT using © or ª buttons.
② Press the ENTER button when the cursor is on the SPOT and the following screen appears.
③ To exit this SPOT menu, press the ESC button.
6.2.7.1 SPOT MODE
① Use the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse to select the SPOT MODE.
- MANUAL: Manually select the channel of spot monitor.
- EVENT: Event channel will be displayed automatically on spot monitor.
- SEQUENCE: Every single channel will be switching and displaying in sequence.
Note: 4CH Version doesn’t have this function(SEQUENCE).
6.2.7.2 SPOT SEQ. TIME
① Use the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse to set the SPOT SEQ. TIME.
The duration of spot sequence can be set from 1SEC to 60SEC.
Note: 4CH Version doesn’t have this function.
6.2.7.3 ADD SPOT MULTI
① Use the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse to set the ADD SPOT MULTI.
You can see the multi-channel screen on spot monitor if you set “ON”.
Note: 4CH Version doesn’t have this function.
It is possible to support OSD and not to roll off because of digital spot.
6.3 RECORD
To set up the RECORD menu,
① Move the cursor to the RECORD icon using the § , ¨ in the MENU screen.
② Press the ENTER button when the cursor is on the RECORD icon and the following items appear.
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6.3.1 RECORD SETUP
At the RECORD menu,
① Move the cursor to the RECORD SETUP using © or ª buttons.
② Press the ENTER button when the cursor is on the RECORD SETUP and the following screen
appears.
③ Move the cursor to choose the desired time using the © , ª , § , ¨ buttons.
④ Select the desired program among PROGRAM 0~9 and POWER OFF using the (-), (+) buttons
or wheel scroll of mouse.
⑤ Turn right the shuttle ring to set up the schedule of programmed time and the program number
will be green. Turn the left the shuttle ring to release the schedule mode.
Or move the cursor to the desired position and then click the green square next to “SCHEDULE”
using the Mouse.
⑥ Press the ESC button to exit this RECORD SETUP menu or press the ENTER button to enter
the RECORD PROGRAM menu.
6.3.2 RECORD PROGRAM
At the RECORD menu,
① Move the cursor to the RECORD PROGRAM using © or ª buttons.
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② Press the ENTER button when the cursor is on the RECORD PROGRAM and the following screen appears.
③ Use the © , ª , § , ¨ buttons to move the cursor to the desired item.
④ Select the desired RECORD TYPE using the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse.
- SINGLE : Only one event channel will be recorded by setting event recording frame rate and
the other channels will be recorded by rest event recording fps/N(channel number)
when an event happened. For example, if you connect 16 cameras and set EVENT
RECORD of all channels to “30”, one event channel will be recorded by 30 ips and
the other channel will be recorded by 90(Max. 120 – 30)/15 = 6 ips.
You can set the more recording frame rate for one channel.
(This type is good for the place where the event is rarely happened.)
- COMPLEX : All event channels will be recorded by max. event recording frame rate/N(channel
number) when the event happened.
For example, if you connect 16 cameras and set EVENT RECORD of all channels
to Max. frame rate, 120, 16 each channel will be recorded by 120/N = 7 ips.
(This type is good for the place where the event is often happened.)
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< Result table of total frame rate >
Record Type
Image Size
Normal Record
Single
360 x 240
720 x 240
720 x 480
360 x 240
720 x 240
720 x 480
Normal Frame
Normal Frame
Normal Frame
Normal Frame
Normal Frame
Normal Frame
Complex
Event Record
Event Channel
Other Channel
ES_Frame
RS_Frame
ES_Frame
RS_Frame
ES_Frame
RS_Frame
EC_Frame
EC_Frame
EC_Frame
EC_Frame
EC_Frame
EC_Frame
Unit
CIF/1 SEC
CIF/1 SEC
CIF/1 SEC
CIF/1 SEC
CIF/1 SEC
CIF/1 SEC
- ES_Frame : Event single frame rate.
- EC_Frame : Event complex frame rate.
- RS_Frame : Remain single frame rate = ( Max. Frame Rate – ES_Frame) / 15.
⑤ Select the desired RECORDING INTERVAL using the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse.
RECORDING INTERVAL means at what-second intervals you want to record.
If you set “RECORDING INTERVAL” to “1SEC”, each channel will be recorded by setting frame
rate per “1SEC”.
⑥ Set the IMAGE SIZE of each channel using the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse. There
are the 3 types of 720x480(D1), 720x240(Half-D1) and 360x240(CIF).
* The default is 720x240.
⑦ You can set the frame rate of each channel using the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse.
- N : Frame rate for normal recording
- E : Frame rate for event recording
⑧ Set the IMAGE QUALITY for normal recording and for event recording of each channel using the
(-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse.
There are 3 types, Fine(F)/ Superfine(S)/ Low(L).
⑨ Set the PRE TIME and POST TIME using the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse. When the
event is detected, the DVR will store pre- and post-recorded data during the selected period.
The value of “PRE TIME” is from 0 to5 seconds and the value of “POST TIME” is from 0 to 60 seconds.
The default of pre-recording time is 5 seconds and post-recording is 10 seconds.
Note: The pre- and post- recording is not valid in normal recording mode.
⑩ Choose the type of the EVENT using the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse and © , ª , § ,
¨ buttons if you want the event recording(Motion detection/ Video loss/ Alarm) or not. “O” means
that the event recording is “ON” and “-“ means that the event recording is “OFF”.
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< PROGRAM DEFAULT>
These are 10 kinds of program and you can change the program setting.
PROGRAM
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
COMPLE
X
SINGLE
SINGLE
COMPLEX
SINGLE
SINGLE
COMPLEX
SINGLE
SINGLE
COMPLEX
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
720x480
720x240
360x240
360x24
0
360x240
360x240
720x240
720x240
720x240
720x480
720x480
720x480
NORMAL
Max
4
7
7
2
3
3
1
1
1
EVENT
SINGLE
0
15
30
0
15
30
0
15
30
0
Max
0
0
7
0
0
3
0
0
1
QUALITY
NORMAL
F
L
F
S
L
F
S
L
F
S
QUALITY
EVENT
F
L
F
S
L
F
S
L
F
S
PRE-ALARM
RECORDING
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
POSTALARM
RECORDING
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
V-Loss
ON
V-Loss
ON
V-Loss
ON
V-Loss
ON
V-Loss
ON
V-Loss
ON
V-Loss
ON
V-Loss
ON
V-Loss
ON
V-Loss
ON
RECORD
TYPE
RECORDING
INTERVAL
IMAGE
SIZE
EVENT
COMPLEX
EVENT
ON/OFF
6.3.3 IMAGE QUALITY
At the RECORD menu,
① Move the cursor to the IMAGE QUALITY using © , ª buttons.
② Press the ENTER button when the cursor is on the IMAGE QUALITY and the following screen
appears.
NOTE: This function is only operative, when the recording condition is OFF.
③ Select the desired RECORD QUALITY using the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse.
④ And you can see the size of each image quality and how long you can record in the installed
HDDs by the image quality.
⑤ To exit this IMAGE QUALITY menu, press the ESC button.
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NOTE
RECORD TIME: A period how long you can record in free space of installed HDD(s) by setting of Max.
frame rate.
TOTAL TIME: A period how long you can record in total installed HDD(s) by setting of Max. frame rate.
** The better the image quality is, the bigger the file size is and the worse the image quality,
the smaller the file size is.
6.3.4 AUDIO RECORD
At the RECORD menu,
① Move the cursor to the AUDIO RECORD using the © , ª buttons.
② Press the ENTER button when the cursor is on the AUDIO RECORD and the following screen
appears.
③ Select the recording channel for each audio channel using the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of
mouse.
NOTE : 16CH、8CH、4CH DVR has 4CH Audio inputs.
6.3.5 REPEAT RECORD
At the RECORD menu,
① Move the cursor to the REPEAT RECORD using © , ª buttons.
② Press the ENTER button when the cursor is on the REPEAT RECORD and the following screen appears.
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③ Use the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse to set “ON” or “OFF”.
④ It is possible to set a point of time to work the REPEAT RECORD ALARM.
Move the cursor to ”REPEAT RECORD ALARM” using © , ª buttons and then select the desired
value using (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse.
The value is from 5% to 10%.
⑤ To exit this REPEAT RECORD menu, press the ESC button.
ON: The recorded data will be overwritten when it is a point of time to work the REPEAT RECORD.
REPEAT RECORD ALARM is the rest capacity of the HDD.
If you set “REPEAT RECORD ALARM” to 5%, alarm will work when the rest capacity of the HDD is 5%.
6.3.6 PLAY MODE
At the RECORD menu,
① Move the cursor to the PLAY MODE using © , ª buttons.
② Select the PLAY MODE using the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse.
FRAME : It will playback images in frame mode which is useful for recorded images in high frame rate. This
may occur moving artifact with recorded images in low frame rate.
FIELD : It will playback images in field mode. This reduces the resolution, but is suitable for recorded images
in low frame rate.
6.3.7 BACKUP MODE
At the RECORD menu,
① Move the cursor to the “BACKUP MODE” using © , ª buttons.
② Select the “BACKUP MODE” using the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse.
EVENT: Backup only when the event occurs.
MIRROR : Recording the same images in backup HDD.
OFF : Not backup.
6.3.8 HOLIDAY
At the RECORD menu,
① Move the cursor to the “HOLIDAY” using © , ª buttons.
② Press the “ENTER” button to set up “HOLIDAY” and the HOLIDAY menu screen appears.
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③ Set up “ON” or “OFF” of HOLIDAY RECORD using the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse.
④ Move the cursor using © , ª buttons and set up the value using the (-), (+) buttons or wheel
scroll of mouse.
⑤ To exit this HOLIDAY menu, press the ESC button.
6.4 EVENT
To set up the EVENT menu,
① Move the cursor to the EVENT icon using the § , ¨ in the MENU screen.
② Press the ENTER button when the cursor is on the EVENT icon and the following items appear.
6.4.1 MOTION DETECTION
At the EVENT menu,
① Move the cursor to the MOTION DETECTION using © , ª buttons.
② Press the ENTER button when the cursor is on the MOTION DETECTION and the following
screen appears.
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6.4.1.1 CHANNEL
At the MOTION DETECTION menu,
① Move the cursor to CHANNEL using © , ª buttons.
② Select the desired channel using the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse.
③ Under Event option, move the cursor to the EVENT MESSAGE using © , ª buttons.
④ Select “ON” or “OFF” using the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse.
6.4.1.2 SENSITIVITY
At the MOTION DETECTION menu,
① Move the cursor to SENSITIVITY
SENSITIVITY using © , ª buttons.
② Select the sensitivity level using the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse.
mouse.
SENSITIVITY: The higher the number is, the more sensitive. 1(lowest) ~ 5(highest)
6.4.1.3 AREA SETUP
At the MOTION DETECTION menu,
① Move the cursor to AREA SETUP using © , ª buttons.
② Press the ENTER button to set the motion detection area.
③ Select the motion detection area using the © , ª , § , ¨ buttons and then press the ENTER
button to save the area.
④ Turn the shuttle ring to the right to select all cells for motion detection and turn the shuttle ring to
the left to reset all area.
⑤ To exit this AREA SETUP, press the ESC button.
Mouse operation:
Enable Cell Setup by Mouse: Left button click (without releasing the button) and drag from the left
top to the right bottom cell.
Disable Cell Setup by Mouse: Right button click (without releasing the button) and drag from the
left top to the right bottom cell. AREA SETUP GRID: 30 x 24
6.4.1.4 TEST MOTION
MOTION
At the MOTION DETECTION menu,
① Move the cursor to TEST MOTION using the © , ª buttons.
② Press the ENTER button to test the motion detection.
③ To exit this TEST MOTION, press the ESC button.
6.4.2 EVENT SCREEN MODE
At the EVENT menu,
① Move the cursor to the EVENT SCREEN MODE using © , ª buttons.
② Select the EVENT SCREEN MODE using the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse.
SCREEN HOLD: Keeping the current screen even if the event occurs.
EVENT FULL : Display the full screen of the channel which the event occurs.
EVENT MULTI : Display the multi-screen when the event occurs.
6.4.3 EVENT CHECK
At the EVENT menu,
① Move the cursor to the EVENT CHECK using © , ª buttons.
② Select “ON” or “OFF” using the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse
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6.4.4 EVENT MESSAGE
At the EVENT menu,
① Move the cursor to the EVENT MESSAGE using © , ª buttons.
② Select “ON” or “OFF” using the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse
ON: The warning message will be displayed when the event occurs.
6.4.5 EVENT MESSAGE RESET
At the EVENT menu,
① Move the cursor to the EVENT MESSAGE RESET using © , ª buttons.
② Set the time to reset the event message from 1SEC to 30SEC using the (-), (+) buttons or wheel
scroll of mouse.
6.4.6 EVENT BUZZER
At the EVENT menu,
① Move the cursor to the EVENT BUZZER using © , ª buttons.
② Select “ON’ or “OFF” using the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse to set the event buzzer.
6.4.7 SENSOR INPUT
At the EVENT menu,
① Move the cursor to the SENSOR INPUT using the © , ª buttons.
② Press the ENTER button when the cursor is on the SENSOR INPUT and the following 2 pages
screen appears.
③ Select the desired channel using the © , ª buttons.
④ Select the type of sensor which is connected with DVR using the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of
mouse.
⑤ To exit this SENSOR INPUT menu, press the ESC button.
Select the right sensor type according to the type of installed sensor with the unit.
NORMAL OPEN : The sensor is open in normal times.
NORMAL CLOSE : The sensor is close in normal times.
NOT USED: No sensors are connected to the DVR unit
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6.4.8 RELAY OUTPUT
At the EVENT menu,
① Move the cursor to the “RELAY OUTPUT” using the © , ª buttons.
② Press the ENTER button when the cursor is on the “RELAY OUTPUT” and the following screen appears.
③ Move the cursor using the © , ª , § , ¨ buttons and set up the value using the (-), (+) buttons or
wheel scroll of mouse.
④ Press the § button to see the next page.
⑤ To exit this screen, press the “ESC” button.
NOTE
- It is possible to set the RELAY OUTPUT of each channel in the type of event.
- Relay output is from 1 to 4 and it is possible to set the period of the relay output.
<RELAY 4 SELECT>
There are POWER, USER, NOT USED and HDD ERROR.
POWER: The relay is working when power is off.
USER: User can operate the relay manually.
Press the “FUNCTION” button to operate RELAY 4 manually.
NC→NO: And then press the (+) button.
NO→NC: And then press the (-) button.
Press the “FUNCTION” button again if you want to exit this mode.
Please refer to 7.3 Relay Out .
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6.5 SYSTEM
To set up the SYSTEM menu,
① Move the cursor to the SYSTEM icon using the § , ¨ in the MENU screen.
② Press the ENTER button when the cursor is on the SYSTEM icon and the following items appear.
6.5.1 HDD
At the SYSTEM menu,
① Move the cursor to the HDD using the © , ª buttons.
② Press the ENTER button when the cursor is on the HDD and the following screen appears.
③ To exit this HDD menu, press the ESC button.
6.5.1.1 HDD CONFIGURATION
At the HDD menu,
① Move the cursor to HDD CONFIGURATION using the © , ª buttons.
② Press the ENTER button when the cursor is on the HDD CONFIGURATION and the following
screen appears.
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③ Use the © , ª , § , ¨ buttons to move the cursor and use the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of
mouse to change the value.
HDD MODE
- REC: Normal and Event recording
- BACKUP: Only for backup
6.5.1.2 REC HDD INITIALIZE
At the HDD menu,
① Move the cursor to REC HDD INITIALIZE using the © , ª buttons.
② Press the ENTER button when the cursor is on the REC HDD INITIALIZE and the following
screen appears.
③ If you want to initialize, move the cursor to “YES” and then press the “ENTER” button. If not,
move the cursor to “NO” and then press the “ENTER” button.
④ To exit this screen, press the ESC button.
⑤ To exit this HDD menu, press the “ESC” button again.
6.5.1.3 BACKUP HDD INITIALIZE
At the HDD menu,
① Move the cursor to “BACKUP HDD INITIALIZE” using the © , ª buttons.
② Press the “ENTER” button when the cursor is on the “BACKUP HDD INITIALIZE” and the
following screen appears.
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③ If you want to initialize, move the cursor to “YES” and then press the ENTER button. If not, move
the cursor to “NO” and then press the ENTER button.
④ To exit this screen, press the ESC button.
⑤ To exit this HDD menu, press the “ESC” button again.
6.5.2 CLOCK
At the SYSTEM menu,
① Move the cursor to the CLOCK using the © , ª buttons.
② Press the ENTER button when the cursor is on the CLOCK and the following screen appears.
6.5.2.1 DATE&TIME
At the CLOCK menu,
① Move the cursor to the DATE&TIME using the © , ª buttons.
② Press the ENTER button when the cursor is on the DATE&TIME and the following screen
appears.
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③ Use the © , ª , § , ¨ buttons to move the cursor to the desired position of date or time.
④ Use the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse to modify the current date and time.
- DATE: YYYY/MM/DD YEAR/MONTH/DAY
- TIME : HH:MM:SS
HOUR:MINUTE:SECOND
⑤ To exit this DATE & TIME screen, press the ESC button.
6.5.2.2 TIME ADJUST
At the CLOCK menu,
① Move the cursor to the TIME ADJUST using the , buttons.
② Press the ENTER button when the cursor is on the TIME ADJUST and the following screen
appears.
③ Select “ON” or “OFF” using the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse when the cursor is on
“INTERNET TIME ADJUST”. If the INTERNET TIME ADJUST is “ON”, the time of DVR will be
adjusted to the time offered by the internet server.
④ Move the cursor using the © , ª , § , ¨ buttons and then set the IP address of SELECT TIME
SERVER using the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse.
⑤ Set the correct TIME ZONE standardizing GMT(Greenwich Mean Time).
⑥ Move the cursor to the DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME(Summer time) using the © , ª buttons and
then select “ON” or “OFF” using the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse.
⑦ If the DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME set “ON”, set up the starting date and time and end date and
time. Use the © , ª buttons to move the cursor and use the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of
mouse to change the value.
⑧ To exit this TIME ADJUST menu, press the ESC button.
6.5.3
PASSWORD
MENU DISPLAY CHECK
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POWER OFF CHECK
At the SYSTEM menu,
① Move the cursor to the PASSWORD using the © , ª buttons.
② Press the ENTER button when the cursor is on the PASSWORD and the following screen
appears.
③ To exit this PASSWORD menu, press the ESC button.
6.5.3.1 MASTER PASSWORD
At the PASSWORD menu,
① Move the cursor to the MASTER PASSWORD using the © , ª buttons.
② Press the ENTER button when the cursor is on the MASTER PASSWORD and the following
screen appears.
③ Insert the current password in the eight digits marked ******** beside OLD PASSWORD using the
CAMERA/ NUMBER INPUT buttons.
④ And then insert 8 numbers of NEW PASSWORD using the CAMERA/ NUMBER INPUT buttons.
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⑤ And you have to insert the same numbers again to verify the password after entering the NEW
PASSWORD.
⑥ To exit this MASTER PASSWORD menu, press the ESC button.
6.5.3.2 SUPERVISOR PASSWORD
At the PASSWORD menu,
① Move the cursor to the SUPERVISOR PASSWORD using the © , ª buttons.
② Press the ENTER button when the cursor is on the SUPERVISOR PASSWORD and the
following screen appears.
③ Insert the current password in the eight digits marked ******** beside OLD PASSWORD using the
CAMERA/ NUMBER INPUT buttons.
④ And then insert 8 numbers of NEW PASSWORD using the CAMERA/ NUMBER INPUT buttons.
⑤ And you have to insert the same numbers again to verify the password after entering the NEW
PASSWORD.
⑥ To exit this SUPERVISOR PASSWORD menu, press the ESC button.
NOTE: Supervisor can’t change or setup the MENU
You can use only 0~9 number buttons to setup the PASSWORD.
Master ‘s default password is 11111111,Supervisor ‘s default password is 22222222.
6.5.3.3 MENU DISPLAY CHECK
At the PASSWORD menu,
① Move the cursor to the MENU DISPLAY CHECK using the © , ª buttons.
② Select “ON” or “OFF” to set up the MENU DISPLAY CHECK using the (-), (+) buttons or wheel
scroll of mouse.
If MENU DISPLAY CHECK is “ON”, the password (only Master password is applicable) will be required when
you display or set the MENU. The default is “OFF”.
6.5.3.4 POWER OFF CHECK
At the PASSWORD menu,
① Move the cursor to the POWER OFF CHECK using the © , ª buttons.
② Select “ON” or “OFF” to set up the POWER OFF CHECK using the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll
of mouse.
If POWER OFF CHECK is “ON”, the password will be required when the system power is turned off.
The default is “OFF”.
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6.5.3.5 REC/PLAY CHECK
At the PASSWORD menu,
① Move the cursor to the REC/PLAY CHECK using the © , ª buttons.
② Select “ON” or “OFF” to set up the REC/PLAY CHECK using the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of
mouse.
If REC/PLAY CHECK is “ON”, the password will be required when you start/stop to record or playback.
The default is “OFF”.
6.5.4 VIDEO STANDARD
At the SYSTEM menu,
① Move the cursor to the VIDEO STANDARD using the © , ª buttons.
② Select the desired value using the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse.
If you select “AUTO”, this DVR can detect NTSC/PAL automatically.
The default is “AUTO”.
6.5.5 LANGUAGE
At the SYSTEM menu,
① Move the cursor to the LANGUAGE using the © , ª buttons.
Note: System has only English for user to select this time.
6.5.6 REMOTE CONTROL ID
At the SYSTEM menu,
① Move the cursor to the REMOTE CONTROL ID using the © , ª buttons.
② Set the REMOTE CONTROL ID using the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse.
If you are operating more than one DVR in the same place and wish to use the remote controller, the remote
controller ID setup is required. Otherwise, do not change the default set value and “ON” should be selected.
Creates the Remote controller ID
Select one of the numbers from 11~14、21~24、31~34、41~44, and then press the same number button on
the supplied remote controller before the operation.
6.5.7 KEY ECHO
At the SYSTEM menu,
① Move the cursor to the KEY ECHO using the © , ª buttons.
② Set “ON” or “OFF” using the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse.
ON : The beep sounds when you press any buttons on the front panel.
OFF : The beep does not sound.
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6.5.8 DVR INITIALIZE
At the SYSTEM menu,
① Move the cursor to the DVR INITIALIZE using the © , ª buttons.
② Press the ENTER button when the cursor is on the DVR INITIALIZE and the following screen
appears.
③ If you want to initialize, move the cursor to “YES” and then press the ENTER button. If not, move
the cursor to “NO” and then press the ENTER button. Use the © , ª buttons to move the cursor.
④ To exit this DVR INITIALIZE screen, press the ESC button.
6.5.9 FIRMWARE UPGRADE
At the SYSTEM menu,
① Move the cursor to the FIRMWARE UPGRADE using the © , ª buttons.
② Press the ENTER button when the cursor is on the FIRMWARE UPGRADE and the following
screen appears.
③ If you want to update firmware using the USB_FRONT port, move the cursor to “YES” and then
press the ENTER button. If not, move the cursor to “NO” and then press the ENTER button.
Use the © , ª buttons to move the cursor.
④ To exit this FIRMWARE UPGRADE screen, press the ESC button.
NOTE: It is possible to upload the menu setting only with a front USB port.
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6.6 LINK
To set up the LINK menu,
① Move the cursor to the LINK icon using the § , ¨ in the MENU screen.
② Press the ENTER button when the cursor is on the LINK icon and the following items appear.
6.6.1 NETWORK
At the LINK menu,
① Move the cursor to the NETWORK using the © , ª buttons.
② Press the ENTER button when the cursor is on the NETWORK and the following screen appears.
③ To exit this NETWORK menu, press the ESC button.
<Fixed IP>
6.6.1.1 DHCP
At the NETWORK menu,
① Move the cursor to the DHCP using the © , ª buttons.
② Select “OFF” using the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse.
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6.6.1.2 IP ADDRESS
At the NETWORK menu,
① Move the cursor to the IP ADDRESS using the © , ª buttons.
② Select the desired position using the § , ¨ buttons and set the data value using the (-), (+) buttons or
wheel scroll of mouse.
6.6.1.3 SUBNET MASK
At the NETWORK menu,
① Move the cursor to the SUBNET MASK using the © , ª buttons.
② Select the desired position using the § , ¨ buttons and set the data value using the (-), (+) buttons or
wheel scroll of mouse.
6.6.1.4 GATEWAY
At the NETWORK menu,
① Move the cursor to the GATEWAY using the © , ª buttons.
② Select the desired position using the § , ¨ buttons and set the data value using the (-), (+) buttons or
wheel scroll of mouse.
6.6.1.5 DNS
At the NETWORK menu,
① Move the cursor to the DNS using the © , ª buttons.
② Select the desired position using the § , ¨ buttons and set the data value using the (-), (+) buttons or
wheel scroll of mouse.
6.6.1.6 PORT
At the NETWORK menu,
① Move the cursor to the PORT using the © , ª buttons.
② Select the desired position using the § , ¨ buttons and set the data value using the (-), (+) buttons or
wheel scroll of mouse.
NOTE: Port setting on DVR and client viewer software must be matched.
<Dynamic IP>
At the NETWORK menu,
① Move the cursor to the DHCP using the © , ª buttons.
② Select “ON” using the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse.
③ Move the cursor to the DYNAMIC SVR using the © , ª buttons.
④ Input the dynamic server IP using the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse to change the
value and
the © , ª buttons to move the cursor.
NOTE: DHCP is a protocol for assigning dynamic IP addresses to devices on a network.
** You have to connect with Router in case of using a network of PPPOE type because this unit doesn’t have
a PPPOE protocol.
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6.6.2 RS-232
At the LINK menu,
① Move the cursor to the RS-232 using the © , ª buttons.
② Press the ENTER button when the cursor is on the RS-232 and the following screen appears.
③ Use the © , ª buttons to choose the item and use the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse to
set the data value.
④ To exit this RS-232 menu, press the ESC button.
6.6.3 RS-422/485
At the LINK menu,
① Move the cursor to the RS-422/485 using the © , ª buttons.
② Press the ENTER button when the cursor is on the RS-422/485 and the following screen appears.
③ Use the © , ª buttons to choose the item and use the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse to
set the data value.
④ To exit this RS-422/485 menu, press the ESC button.
NOTE
BAUD RATE : Data transmission speed per second.
DATA BIT : Data transmission bit.
PARITY BIT : Data transmission error checking.
STOP BIT : Data transmission ending bit
# CAUTION:
Turn off the power not to damage this unit when you connect RS-232 connector.
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6.6.4 PTZ
At the LINK menu,
① Move the cursor to the PTZ using © , ª buttons.
② Press the ENTER button when the cursor is on the PTZ and the following 2 pages screen
appears.
③ Select the desired channel using © , ª buttons.
④ Use the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse to select the right model of installed PTZ camera.
⑤ Press the ¨ button to set up a ID of the PTZ camera.
⑥ Use the (-), (+) buttons or wheel scroll of mouse to select the desired ID.
⑦ Press the § button to see the next page.
⑧ To exit this PTZ menu, press the ESC button.
6.6.5 E-mail
At the LINK menu,
① Move the cursor to the E-mail using © , ª buttons.
② Press the ENTER button when the cursor is on the E-mail and the following pages screen
appears.
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6.6.5.1 SEND E-MAIL
At the E-MAIL menu,
Move the cursor to the SEND E-MAIL using the © , ª buttons and select “ON” using the (-), (+)
buttons to send a e-mail when an event happened.
MENU
6.6.5.2 SMTP SERVER
At the E-MAIL menu,
① Move the cursor to the SMTP SERVER using the © , ª buttons to input the e-mail sever address
to be used by DVR.
② Press the ENTER button and the following screen appears.
③ Select the character using the © , ª , § , ¨ buttons and then press the ENTER button.
④ To exit this CHARACTER TABLE screen, press the ESC button.
6.6.5.3 USER ID
At the E-MAIL menu,
① Move the cursor to the USER ID using the , buttons to input the e-mail account to be used by
DVR.
② Press the ENTER button and the following screen appears.
③ Select the character using the © , ª , § , ¨ buttons and then press the ENTER button.
④ To exit this CHARACTER TABLE screen, press the ESC button.
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6.6.5.4 PASSWORD
At the E-MAIL menu,
① Move the cursor to the PASSWORD using the © , ª buttons to input the account password to be
used by DVR.
② Press the ENTER button and the following screen appears.
③ Select the character using the © , ª , § , ¨ buttons and then press the ENTER button.
④ To exit this CHARACTER TABLE screen, press the ESC button.
6.6.5.5 DVR E-MAIL ADDR
At the E-MAIL menu,
① Move the cursor to the DVR E-MAIL ADDR using the © , ª buttons to input the e-mail address
to receive the e-mail when an event happened.
② Press the ENTER button and the following screen appears.
③ Select the character using the © , ª , § , ¨ buttons and then press the ENTER button.
④ To exit this CHARACTER TABLE screen, press the ESC button
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6.7 SEARCH
To set up the SEARCH menu,
① Move the cursor to the SEARCH icon using the § , ¨ in the MENU screen.
② Press the ENTER button when the cursor is on the SEARCH icon and the following items appear.
** Please, refer to Search & Playback of Chapter 5 Operation.
6.8 COPY
To set up the COPY menu,
① Move the cursor to the COPY icon using the § , ¨ in the MENU screen.
② Press the ENTER button when the cursor is on the COPY icon and the following items appear.
** Please, refer to Copy of Chapter 5 Operation.
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6.9 EXIT
At the MENU screen,
① Move the cursor to the EXIT icon using the § , ¨ buttons.
② Press the ENTER button when the cursor is on the EXIT icon and the following items appear.
③ Move the cursor to the desired item using the © , ª buttons and press the ENTER button.
- SAVE ONLY : Select this item if you want only to save the changed setup.
- SAVE AND EXIT : Select this item if you want to save the changed setup and exit this screen.
- EXIT WITHOUT SAVE : Select this item if you want not to save the changed setup before
exiting this screen.
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EXTERNAL TERMINAL INFORMATION
Chapter 7
External Terminal Information
7.1 RS-422/485
This port can be used to connect the external controller.
7.2 T.ADJ
This function is not supported.
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7.3 RELAY OUT
For controlling alarm output by relay.
13
25
1
RS-422/485 / T-ADJ / RELAY OUT
14
NO. RS-422/485 / T-ADJ / RELAY OUT
9
NC 1
CM 1
ALARM
10
11 NO 1
NC 2
12
CM 2
V - LOSS
13
14
NO 2
15
NC 3
MOTION
CM 3
16
DETECTION
NO 3
17
18
NC 4
POWER /
CM 4
19
HDD ERROR
NO 4
20
7.4
ALARM
16CH for alarm 1 to alarm 16
8CH for alarm 1 to alarm 8
4CH for alarm 1 to alarm 4
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7.5 VGA
This DVR is compatible with TFT LCD monitor in PAL mode.
This DVR supports 1024 x 768 resolution & 70Hz refreshed rate in NTSC/PAL mode.
VGA
No
DESCRIPTION
1
RED(Red Video [75ohm, 0.7Vp-p] )
2
GREEN(Green Video [75ohm, 0.7Vp-p] )
3
BLUE(Blue Video [75ohm, 0.7Vp-p] )
4~12
Reserved
13
HSYNC or CSYNC(Horizontal or Composite Sync.)
14
VSYNC(Vertical Sync.)
15
Reserved
7.6 SERIAL
This DVR is compatible with TFT LCD monitor in PAL mode.
SERIAL
No
Description
No
Description
1
DCD
Data Carrier Detect
6
DSR
Data Set Ready
2
RxD
Receive data
7
RTS
RS232C: RX/TX data
3
TxD
Transmit data
8
CTS
RS232C: RX/TX data
4
DTR
Data Terminal Ready
9
RI
Ring Indicator
5
GND
Signal Ground
(Reserved function, only to technical personnel for debug use.)
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7.7 Ethernet / USB
For both 10Base-T and 100 Base-TX.
No
DESCRIPTION
1
N/C (Not Connected)
2
N/C (Not Connected)
3
RX-(Receive Data-)
4
N/C (Not Connected)
5
N/C (Not Connected)
6
RX+(Receive Data+)
7
TX-(Transmit Data-)
8
TX+(Transmit Data+)
No
DESCRIPTION
1
VCC
ETHERNET
USB2
USB1
2
USB DATA -
3
USB DATA +
4
GND
Note: Definition (under Menu option):
USB1 = USB_REAR1
USB2 = USB_REAR2
7.8 REMOTE
REMOTE
No
DESCRIPTION
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8
Input Data 1~8
9, 10, 11, 12
Output Data 1~4
15
Time adjust input(slave)
16
Time adjust output(master)
13, 14, 17, 18, 19, 20, 23
N/C
21, 22
DC +5V Output
24, 25
GND
Reserved Function
N/C : Not Connected
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SPECIFICATIONS
Chapter 8
Specifications
1. VIDEO
Input Level
1.0 Vp-p±10% Composite, 75Ω Balanced
Video Standard
NTSC(525 lines)/ PAL(625 lines)/ AUTO
Display Speed
Display Resolution
Monitor Output
NTSC
480/ 240/120 (16/ 8/ 4CH Real Time)
PAL
400/ 200/100 fps (16/ 8/ 4CH Real Time)
NTSC
720(H) X 480(V)
PAL
720(H) X 576(V)
Main
1.0Vp-p Composite, 75Ω Balanced (YC Output)
Spot
1.0Vp-p Composite, 75Ω Balanced
Analogue non-interlaced RGB. This DVR is compatible with TFT
VGA
LCD monitor that support 50Hz VGA mode in PAL
2. AUDIO
LINE Input Level
0.5~1.4Vp-p@20kΩ
Output Level
-10dB 1KΩ
3. RECORDING
1
Motion JPEG (MJPEG)/ MPEG4 (Refer to the below table)
2
Refer to the below table
* Compression Method
* Recording speed
Quality
User Define
Scheduling
Low/ Fine/ Superfine
Available per hour/ each channel
Manual/ Event(Motion detection,
Schedule
Support
Mode
Water Marking
Video
loss,
4. HDD
Capacity
Internal Storage
External Storage
1 Removable HDD(option) + 4 HDDs
40 HDDs (10 HDDs in an external bay x 4) (option)
Speed
Min. 5400RPM, 7200RPM
DMA
45MHz DMA
Type
EIDE compatible
Seek time
Faster than 9.0ms avg.
External Bay Interface
USB 2.0
5. ALARM
Sensor Input
16/ 8/4CH (DSUB-25)
Alarm Output
4 Relay out (Programmable), DSUB-25
Motion Detection
Available per each camera/ Multi-detection level
6. CONNECTORS
Video Input
Main
BNC 16/ 8/4ports
Main
BNC 1 port
Loop Output
Monitor Output
BNC 16/ 8/4ports
Spot
BNC 1 port
S-Video
BNC 1 port (4 pins mini DIN)
VGA
RCA 4 CH
Audio Output
RCA 1 CH : Rear 1 port
HDD extension/ Mouse/ USB memory stick/ CD-RW/
DVD-RW (Front 1 port, Rear 2 ports)
USB 2.0
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BNC 1 port (15 pins female DSUB)
Audio Input
: Rear 4 port
Sensor)/
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SPECIFICATION
Remote
Serial
PTZ control
Alarm Input
Alarm Output
Ethernet
Reserved
External control (RS-232C) /
For debugging : 9 pins male DSUB
RS-485
16/ 8/4CH
4 Relay output : 3 pins terminal block
(Normal-Open, Normal-Close, Common) x 4
RJ45 connector, 10/100 Mbps
7. ELECTRICAL
Power Source
110~220VAC (50~60Hz) : Auto-detection
Power Consumption
App. 70W(Including 1 HDD)
8. ENVIRONMENTAL
Operating Temperature
5℃ ~ + 40℃
Storage Temperature
-10℃ ~ + 60℃
Humidity
30 ~ 90%RH (non-condensing)
9. PHYSICAL
Construction
iron case + front plastic panel
Color
Silver
Dimension
420(W) x 88(H) x 410(D) mm
Weight
App. 8kg (Not Including HDD)
10. BACKUP & COPY
Digital Backup
Event Backup/ Mirroring
Copy
External HDD/ CD-RW/ DVD-RW/ USB Stick (2.0)
11. SEARCHING & PLAYBACK
Searching Method
Time/ Event/ File/ Bookmark/ Log file
12. MULTI-REMOTE SURVEILLANCE
Monitoring Environment
Client software/ Central monitoring system/ Web
Max. connection DVR
16 DVRs accessible
Max. client
Supporting multi-client (16 clients accessible)
13. SYSTEM MONITORING & RECOVERY
System logging
Monitoring
Recovery
Power failure checkable
2 independent Watchdog
(Reliable Hardware Watchdog + Software Watchdog)
Auto-Reboot by Watchdog/ Automatic database recovery
14. Others
OS
Embedded Linux
Duplexer or Triplexer
Triplexer
Control Device
Front key/ Mouse/ Network viewer
File compatibility with PC (Windows)
Compatible
Number of event list/ Log file list
20,000/ 20,000
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< Recording Speed Table >
Model
Recording
Speed
NTSC
PAL
360 x 240
720 x 240
720 x 480
360 x 288
720 x 288
720 x 576
Compression Method
16-CH DVR
120
60
30
100
50
25
MPEG4
8-CH DVR
120
60
30
100
50
25
MPEG4
Unit : fps
4-CH DVR
120
60
30
100
50
25
MPEG4
< Recording Time Table >
1. RECORDING CONDITIONS
Based on 120GB of storage with the installation of 1 camera.
This DVR can support up to 22TB with external HDD storage devices..
2. RECORDING TIME TABLE
VIDEO
SIGNAL
RECORD
IMAGE
Color Bar
IMAGE
QUALITY
SUPERFIN
E
FINE
LOW
NTSC*
SUPERFIN
E
Cross
Hatch
FINE
LOW
IMAGE
SIZE
8448
Bytes
6688
Bytes
5344
Bytes
37300
Bytes
29400
Bytes
22208
Bytes
120fps(CIF)
60fps(CIF)
30fps(CIF)
15fps(CIF)
69 Hours
138 Hours
276 Hours
552 Hours
85 Hours
170 Hours
340 Hours
680 Hours
111 Hours
222 Hours
444 Hours
888 Hours
15 Hours
30 Hours
60 Hours
120 Hours
19 Hours
38 Hours
76 Hours
152 Hours
25 Hours
50 Hours
100 Hours
200 Hours
* The NTSC signal mode is used for most of televisions produced in the U.S.
• The figures in the Recording Time Table were estimated under ideal recording conditions and
may vary from your actual recording situation.
• In the Recording Time Table, multiply by 2 for recording hours with an 240 GB HDD and 3 for
recording hours with a 360 GB HDD.
• The complexity of the image and the amount of motion recorded greatly influences the recording
capacity of your hard drive (HDD). The higher the frames per second and the higher the video
quality setting, the lower your HDD recording capacity will be. In the same manner, the lower the
frames per second setting and the lower the video quality setting, the higher your HDD recording
capacity will be.
• Note that the lower frame rate does not mean a lower video quality. The image quality remains
the same whether the frames per second setting is set high or low. One frame per second is the
same as taking a photo every second.
• There are several factors that influence the recording capacity of your hard drive.
(a) The number of cameras used
(b) The complexity of the recording image
(c) The number of frame recorded per second
(d) The image quality setting – Superfine, Fine or Low
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HDD
DD INSTALLATION PROCESS
8.1
INSTALL the INTERNAL HARD DISK DRIVE(s).
Note:
(Set the master or slave of HDD before fixing the HDD(s) into DVR. Refer to HDD jumper settin
g information.)
Note: Set up no. 1 and 3 by master and no. 2 and 4 by slave.
PCI SLOT
Description
Jumper Setting
A
For Removable HDD (Optional)
Master
B
For Fixed HDD (1 and 2)
No.1 for Master and No.2 for Slave
C
For Fixed HDD (3 and 4)
No.3 for Master and No.4 for Slave
When installing the HDD, format it before operation (It is suggested, once the HDD
has been installed, unless necessary, do not replace the HDD).
HDD Jumper Setting Information
Before install the Hard Disk Drive(s), please read the jumper setting information
on the label. If the jumper is not set properly, the system will be disordered.
Jumper setting is different according to HDD model.
Please visit following web sites of Hard Disk Drive manufacturer for more
information about jumper setting.
HITACHI : www.hitachi.com
MAXTOR : www.maxtor.com
SAMSUNG : www.samsunghdd.com
SEAGATE : www.seagate.com
WESTERN DIGITAL : www.westerndigital.com
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Chapter 9
Network Viewer
9.1 INSTALLATION of NETWORK VIEWER SOFTWARE
9.1.1 System requirement
- Pentium III or above recommended
- O/S : Microsoft Windows 2000 / XP
- 128MB RAM or above recommended
- Super VGA 16M or above recommended
- 10/100 base T network card for LAN operation
9.1.2 Network Environment
Minimum
Recommended
(16 Frames/Sec)
Client PC
DVR
More than 1Mbps
More than 0.5Mbps
More than 3Mbps
More than 3Mbps
∗ Transfer rate of image varies with the number of client accessed to DVR.
NOTE : The software, Dvrviewer® is compatible with Microsoft Windows 2000 / XP.
9.1.3 Installation
To start the installation,
1 Start Windows 2000 or XP
○
2 Insert Dvrviewer Software CD into the CD-ROM drive
○
3 Install Dvrviewer and locate the Dvrviewer.exe file on your
○
PC screen.
4 Simply double-click the icon to start.
○
5 Dvrviewer main menu controller will appear on the screen.
○
9.2 CONNECTING to DVR
Please double-click the icon of Dvrviewer, and then the following main menu controller will appear
on the PC screen.
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9.2.1 ADD a NEW SITE INFORMATION
1 Click the “Select a DVR” button to display the DVR List on the screen.
○
2 Fill out Type, DVR Name, IP address and Password to add the desired units into the DVR
○
information box, and then click on the “Add” button to save the information.
9.2.2 CHANGE the SITE INFORMATION
1 In case of any changes, type new information into the box after selecting the desired DVR on the
○
list.
2 Click the “Change” button to save the changes.
○
9.2.3 DELETE the SITE INFORMATION
1 Select the desired DVR on the list, and then click the “Delete” button to erase the information on
○
the list.
9.2.4 CONNECT to a DVR.
1 Select the desired DVR that you want to connect in the “DVR list”.
○
2 Select the necessary Information according to the connection type.
○
3 Click the “Connect” button or to access the DVR and the images screen will be displayed.
○
NOTE
You can connect 16 x 16(16 users x 16 units) windows at the same time but Master viewer is only one by
user.
PASSWORD
- The default password is either of 11111111(Master password) and 22222222(Supervisor password).
- To change the password, please refer to the PASSWORD setup in Chapter 6 Set up MENU.
- The password must be the same as the registered site password.
9.2.5 VIEWER SCREEN
1 Click the
○
button to see the full view window with control bar.
2 Alarm Status
○
3 LIVE
○
4 Playback
○
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9.3 DVR SEARCH
This menu allows you to detect all the units on the local network.
Search DVR
1 Click “Search DVR” button to display the “Search” menu window.
○
2 Click the “Search” button, and then all the units on the local network will be detected and listed
○
on the screen.
3 Click the desired unit, and then click the “Add to list” button to add the unit into the “DVR list”.
○
9.4 HDD SEARCH
Connect DVR’s HDD with local PC, and then please double-click the Dvrviewer icon and the main
menu controller will appear on the PC screen.
HDD search
1 Click the “HDD search” button and the view screen of HDD detected will appear on the PC
○
screen.
2 Click the desired one of the “SEARCH” buttons and SEARCH window will appear on the PC
○
screen.
3 Click the Play button after select of the desired Channel and Search Time in Time Search window.
○
4 Click the Search button after select of the desired Channel, Event type and Search Time in Event
○
Search window and then click the Play button after select of the desired list.
If you want to see the next list, click the Next button before playing.
5 Click the Search button after input of the desired Search Time in Block Search window and then
○
click the Play button after select of the desired list.
If you want to see the next list, click the Next button before playing.
NOTE
- You can directly install the removable HDD rack from DVR to PC if compatible rack guide is installed on
the PC. In this case, please check the jumper setting for proper operation.
- You can also simply use external IEEE1394 HDD reader.
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9.5 FILE SEARCH
At the above main menu controller,
1 Click the “File Search” button and the “File list” window will appear on the PC screen.
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2 If you want to search images saved in CD-RW, DVD-RW or PC, insert the CD or DVD into your
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PC and click the “File Search” button and the File Search window will appear.
3 Click the “Folder Select” button and then select the desired folder and then click the “OK” button.
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4 Select the desired list and then click the “Play” button.
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9.6 ARRANGE the SCREEN
Use this button when you want to arrange the view screens.
Arrange
Shown above is the main menu controller,
1 Click the “Arrange” button when you access more than one DVR and the windows are arranged
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in a grid on your PC screen.
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* 1 site windows
* 2 ~ 4 site windows
*5 ~ 9 site windows
*10~16 site windows
NOTE - You can connect up to 16 DVRs with your PC simultaneously.
(16 users x 16 units: Master connection is only one.)
- With the windows arranged in a grid, double-click the desired to make it the full screen
9.7 OPTION
Insert the CD into the CD-ROM drive, and then please double-click the icon of Dvrviewer and the
following main menu controller will appear on the PC screen.
Option
1 Click the “Option” button to change the other MENU setups.
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2 Check the desired Option and then click the OK button.
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- Channel Title: If you check “Channel Title”, the title of each channel will be displayed on the
viewer screen.
- Event: If you check “Event”, red OSD will be indicated on the event channel screen when any event detected.
- Date Time: If you check “Date Time”, OSD of date and time will be displayed on the viewer screen.
- Frame Rate: If you check “Frame Rate”, transmitted frame rate will be displayed on the under
bar of viewer screen.
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9.8 CONTROL
9.8.1 Screen Display
Images can be viewed in a full or multi format on each screen.
a. Full screen display
- Click the desired channel button and the full screen of the channel will be displayed.
.
b. Multi-screen display
1 Click the “MULTI” button and the multi-screen will be displayed.
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2 Click the “MULTI” button again to view other multi-screen.
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NOTE
Selecting a Multi-display may slow down the updates as multiple connections are made to the DVR at the
same time.
c. Auto Sequence display
1 Click the “AUTO” button to view the full screen in sequence.
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2 Change the interval time using the ▲,▼ buttons.
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3 Click the “AUTO” button again to exit this mode.
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9.8.2 Controller
Click the “Controller” button and the control keys same as front panel of DVR will be displayed.
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NOTE
If you need some more information about the control keys, please refer to Chapter 5 Operation.
9.8.3 PTZ
This menu allows you to control the PTZ camera through the network.
1 Click the “PTZ” button to display the following PTZ controller.
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2 Click the
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3 Click the
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and
and
button to tilt up or down.
button to pan left or right.
4 Click the “ZOOM(- or +)” button to zoom in or out.
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5 Click the “FOCUS(- or +)” button to obtain the clearest picture.
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6 And then select the speed.
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NOTE
You can enter the PTZ mode only while connecting the PTZ camera.
- Preset setup
A preset is user-defined camera position using pan and tilt, zoom, and focus commands. The DVR
has programming capacity for 16 preset locations.
- Program a preset
1 Move the camera to a desired position using the PTZ control buttons.
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2 After setting the PTZ camera, click one of the desired “Set” buttons, 1~16 of Preset.
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3 To continue setting the preset camera, click another “Set” button after ○
1 . (Repeat ○
1 and ○
2)
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- Move to a preset
1 Click one of the “Move” buttons to move to the desired setting.
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2 The camera will move to the programmed preset position.
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9.8.4 SETUP
You can modify DVR MENU setup through the network.
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1 Click the “SETUP” button on the control menu bar to display the DVR setup screen after
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connecting the view screen. (It is possible only for master connection.)
2 Click the “Save to file” button to store the current setup values.
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3 Click the “Read from file” button to reload the stored setup values.
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4 Click the “Load from DVR” button to call the current setup values from connected DVR.
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5 Once the setup values are modified, click the “Update to DVR” button to update those values into
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the DVR.
9.8.4.1 How to download firmware
1 Click the “SETUP” button on the control menu bar to display the DVR setup screen after
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connecting the view screen. (It is possible only for master connection.)
2 Click the DOWNLOAD tap and you can see the “Firmware Download” button.
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3 Click this “Firmware Download” button and browser window to find the desired file will be
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displayed.
4 Select the downloading file and click the “OPEN” button to download.
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NOTE
Please refer to Chapter 6 MENU setup for more information about DVR menu setup.
9.8.5 STATUS
1 Click the “STATUS” button on the control menu bar to display the DVR status after connecting
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the view screen.
9.8.6 PRINT
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After connecting the view screen,
1 Click the “PRINT” button on the control menu bar to print the desired image.
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2 And the preview window will be displayed as the above picture.
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3 Set up the desired option and then click the Print button of the preview window.
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9.8.7 COPY
After connecting the view screen,
1 Click the “COPY” button on the control menu bar to copy the desired image.
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2 The Copy control window will appear.
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3 Click the “Copy” button of the control window after setting the desired HDD and the time.
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The copying percentage (%) is shown on the
status bar.
9.8.8 AUDIO IN
After connecting the view screen,
1 Click the “Audio In” button on the control menu bar to input the audio.
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2 Sound of your PC will travel into the DVR.
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9.8.9 AUDIO OUT
After connecting the view screen,
1 Click the “Audio Out” button on the control menu bar to output the audio.
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2 You can hear the DVR sound from the speaker of your PC.
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9.8.10 TIME SEARCH
You can search and playback the images by the time.
After connecting the view screen,
1 Click the “TIME” button on the control menu bar to display the Time Search window.
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2 Select the desired HDD mode in the HDD dropdown list, and then click the “Search” button.
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3 When the recorded time information appears, select the desired “HDD” and the “Channel” and
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set the “Search Time” for playback.
4 Click the “Play” button to display the images on the screen.
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9.8.11 EVENT SEARCH
You can review the event list that was triggered on the DVR.
After connecting the view screen,
1 Click the “EVENT” button on the control menu bar to display the Event Search window.
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2 Select the desired HDD mode, Channel and the Event type in Event Search window, and then
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set the Search Time
3 And then click the “Search” button.
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4 When the recorded event list appears, select the desired list.
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5 Click the “Play” button to display the images on the screen.
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9.8.12 BLOCK SEARCH
You can search and playback the images by the block.
After connecting the view screen,
1 Click the “BLOCK” button on the control menu bar to display the Block Search window.
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2 Select the desired HDD mode and set the Search Time, and then click the “Search” button.
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3 When the list appears, select the desired list.
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4 Click the “Play” button of Block Search window to display the images on the screen.
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5 Click the “Next” button to search the next list.
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9.8.13 LOG SEARCH
You can search and playback the images by logging.
1 Click the “LOG” button on the control menu bar to display
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Log Search window.
2 Set the Search Time, and then click the Search button.
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3 Click the “Next” button to search the next list.
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NOTE: When the DVR is in Setup mode, this search function will not be performed.
- Normal HDD: Hard Disk Drive installed in the DVR
- Backup HDD: Hard Disk Drive installed in the DVR to backup(Event backup or Mirroring).
- R-HDD: Removable Hard Disk Drive installed in the DVR
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9.9 KEY INFORMATION
9.9.1 PAUSE
1 Click this button to pause the images during the playback or live.
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9.9.2 PLAY (Reverse & Forward)
1 Use these buttons to playback images at normal speed in either direction.
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9.9.3 FAST (Reverse & Forward)
1 Use these buttons to playback images faster than normal speed in either direction.
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2 Multiple clicks of these buttons will increase the fast forward & the reverse speed.
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3 Various fast speed from x2 up to x128.
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9.9.4 SLOW (Reverse & Forward)
1 Use these buttons to playback images faster than normal speed in either direction.
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2 Multiple clicks of these buttons will decrease the fast forward & the reverse speed.
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3 Various slow speed from x2 up to x128.
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9.9.5 RECORD
1 To store the still image of a channel into the remote site PC, click this Record button.
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2 Click the Record button again to stop recording.
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3 The images will be stored in the save folder of your PC (Saved in the “save” folder under directory
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“Dvrviewer” (…/ Dvrviewer/ save)).
4 Click the FILE Search button to find the saved images (Please refer to 9.5 File Search, page 90).
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- During the playback mode, click the LIVE button to convert the screen into the live display
mode.
- You must use this Dvrviewer to replay the stored images in the PC.
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Channel Vision Technology will repair or replace any defect in material or workmanship
which occurs during normal use of this product with new or rebuilt parts, free of charge in the
USA, for two years from the date of original purchase. This is a no hassle warranty with no
mail in warranty card needed. This warranty does not cover damages in shipment, failures
caused by other products not supplied by Channel Vision Technology, or failures due to
accident, misuse, abuse, or alteration of the equipment. This warranty is extended only to the
original purchaser, and a purchase receipt, invoice, or other proof of original purchase date
will be required before warranty repairs are provided.
Mail in service can be obtained during the warranty period by calling (800) 840-0288 toll
free. A Return Authorization number must be obtained in advance and can be marked on the
outside of the shipping carton.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may have other rights (which vary from
state to state). If a problem with this product develops during or after the warranty period,
please contact Channel Vision Technology, your dealer or any factory-authorized service
center.
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