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Everfocus EMV800FHD Hybrid Owner Manual
EMV1200 FHD / EMV800 FHD
12CH/8CH Hybrid Mobile DVR
Quick Installation Guide
Copyright © EverFocus Electronics Corp.
Release Date: May, 2018
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EMV1200 FHD / EMV800 FHD Hybrid Mobile DVR
1.
Introduction
The latest EverFocus digital video recorder generation is based on H.264 compression
technology, resulting in enhanced recording capacity and improved network image transmission
speed with high image quality. The EMV800 FHD / EMV1200 FHD can support both of analog
(AHD/TVI/SD) and IP cameras, delivering up to 1080p (analog) and up to 4MP (IP) image quality.
Its comprehensive features along with the embedded 3-axis g-sensor function enable the almost
universal application of this mobile DVR series. It supports various interfaces such as alarm I/O,
three USB ports, one RS-485 and three RS-232 for connecting to devices such as Panic Button or
CAN bus. You can also optionally connect GPS receiver, 3G, 4G and Wi-Fi Antenna to the mobile
DVR. The design of RCA video/audio outputs at front panel makes your installation easy. You
can install one 2.5”hard disk or SSD in the mobile DVR. You can also install one SD Card for
alarm event backup recording. The User Interface has been specially designed to fit mobile
small-sized monitor.
EMV800 FHD / EMV1200 FHD are equipped with anti-shock and anti-vibration housing. The
aviation M12 connectors are also equipped. The power supply supports voltage regulator, and
delay on/off. In addition, the mobile DVRs are SAE-J1455, EN50155, E-Mark, CE and FCC
certified.
You can use EverFocus Mobile Applications, MobileFocus, to remotely view the camera streams
from the mobile DVR through your handheld devices; or use EverFocus Xfleet system for remote
fleet management. You can also use EverFocus EF-Reader to remotely back up recordings from
the HDD/SD card of the mobile DVRs. The mobile DVR series is the ideal solution for your mobile
surveillance needs.
Minimum System Requirements
Before installing, please check that your computer meets the following system requirements.
Operating System
CPU
RAM
VGA
LAN Speed
Web Browser
Other Remote
Application
Windows XP (32-bit) / Win7 (32 and 64-bit)
Intel Core I3-2100
2GB
Intel HD 2000
10 / 100 / 1000 Mbps (RJ45)
IE11 and later, Firefox 50 and earlier, Chrome 44 and earlier, EF browser
1. EverFocus’ Xfleet fleet management server system.
2. EverFocus’ mobile app: MobileFocus (iOS / Android); MobileFocusHD
(iPad).
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EMV1200 FHD / EMV800 FHD Hybrid Mobile DVR
Packing List
•
•
•
Mobile DVR x 1
HDD Tray Lock Key x 2 (with 4 screws for screwing HDD. See 2.2 Hard Disk Installation)
HDD Power Lock Key x 2 (with 4 black screws and 8 spacers for mounting the mobile DVR.
See 2.1.1 Mounting)
• IR Remote Control (with two AAA batteries. See Note 4) x 1
• Power Harness Cable x 1
• Video Cable x 3 (EMV1200 FHD); x2 (EMV800 FHD) (see 3.2 Video Cable / Power-Out
Cable)
• Audio Cable x 1 (see 3.3 Audio Cable)
• D-Sub Cable x 1 (see 3.4 D-Sub Cable)
• Power-Out Cable x 1 (see 3.2 Video Cable / Power-Out Cable)
• CD x 1 (Please see Note 3.)
• Quick Installation Guide x 1
Note:
1. Equipment configurations and supplied accessories vary by country. Please consult your
local EverFocus office or agents for more information. Please also keep the shipping
carton for possible future use.
2. Contact the shipper if any items appear to have been damaged in the shipping process.
3. The CD contains the IP Utility software, User Manual and Quick Installation Guide.
4. Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect type. Dispose of used batteries
according to the instructions.
a. Use only two AAA dry cell batteries.
b. Do not dispose of the batteries in a fire as it may explode.
Optional Accessories
The mobile DVRs feature Wi-Fi/3G/4G. You can optionally connect Wi-Fi/3G/4G module and
antenna to the mobile DVR for networking, or connect a GPS receiver for GPS function.
• 3G Antenna: For using 3G network
• 4G Antenna: For using 4G LTE network (LTE
function
frequency bands differ among regions)
4G Antennas
3G Module
4G Module
3G Antenna
• Wi-Fi Antenna: For using Wi-Fi function
• GPS Receiver (LS23035): For using GPS
function
Wi-Fi Antenna
Wi-Fi Module
• Reinforced Data Storage Device (64GB)
For recordings backup
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Front Panel
2
1
4
5
6
3
7
8
9
10
11
EMV800 FHD / EMV1200 FHD
No. Name
1
HDD Power
Lock
Description
Lock to power on the HDD. After locking the HDD Tray Lock (No.2), lock
the HDD Power Lock to power on the HDD. The HDD power indicator
will light in blue to indicate the HDD power is on.
Note: Only when the HDD Power Lock is locked will the system start to
record on the HDD.
2
HDD Tray Lock
Lock or unlock the HDD tray. To power on the HDD, the HDD Power
Lock (No.1) has to be locked.
3
HDD Tray
Install a 2.5” HDD (up to 2TB) or SSD (up to 4TB) for recording.
4
USB2.0 Port
Three USB2.0 ports for connecting to the USB storage device or mouse.
SD Card Slot
Insert a SD / SDHC card (up to 128GB) for alarm event backup recording
(see 2.3 SD Card Installation). To see the SD card info, see 6.4.2 SD Card
in the User’s Manual. To enable the SD card function, see 6.3.1 Alarm in
the User’s Manual. You can also download the Storage Compatibility
Table from the product page (click Download) to see the tested card
brands. www.everfocus.com.tw
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Function Key
Press the button for 3 seconds to switch the RCA / BNC video output
from call monitor to main monitor; and to switch the VGA video output
from main monitor to call monitor. To switch back the main and call
monitors, press the button for 3 seconds again. Please refer to 3.8
Monitor Connection for more details.
7
IR Receiver
Receives data from the infrared remote control.
5
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System LEDs
• Alarm: Turns on when the connected alarm I/O is triggered; turns
off when the alarm I/O stops being triggered.
• GPS: Turns on continuously when the mobile DVR is receiving GPS
data.
• System Fail: Turns off when system is acting normally. Turns on
when these events occur: System Clock Error / Fan Fail / Disk
Temperature Over / Disk Fail / Disk Off / Network Loss.
• Heater: Blinks when heater on; off blinking when heater off.
• HD R/W: Blinks when the HDD is reading or writing.
• Power: Turns on continuously when the power is supplied. Blinks
when Battery power error occurs (lower than 9V or higher than 36V)
or 12VDC power supply error.
By default, this port is set to a Call monitor output. Connects to a Call
monitor using a RCA cable.
9
Call Monitor
(RCA)
10
Audio Out
RCA audio output for connecting to the speakers. The audio output only
works during playback. Speakers with a (built-in) amplifier and external
power supply are required.
11
Ethernet Port
(WAN)
One RJ-45 port for connecting to the network.
Note: You can optionally switch this port from Call monitor to Main
monitor. Please refer to 3.8 Monitor Connection for more details.
Rear Panel
2
1
3
4
6
5
7
EMV800 FHD
9
8
11
10
2
1
12
4
3
6
13
14
7
5
EMV1200 FHD
9-12 CH
8
9
11
10
4
12
13
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EMV1200 FHD / EMV800 FHD Hybrid Mobile DVR
No. Name
1
Main Monitor
(VGA)
2
Antenna 1 (3G/4G)
3
Antenna 2 (4G)
4
Antenna 3 (Wi-Fi)
(2.4GHz / 5GHz)
5
Antenna 4 (Wi-Fi)
(5GHz)
6
Audio Input
7
D-Sub Connector
8
Ethernet Port (LAN)
Description
By default, this port is set to a Main monitor output. Connects to a
Main monitor using a VGA cable.
Note: You can optionally switch this port from Main monitor to
Call monitor. Please refer to 3.8 Monitor Connection for more
details.
Connects to the 3G or 4G Antenna for using 3G / 4G LTE function.
Connects to the 4G Antenna for using 4G LTE function. Note that
the 4G function is required to use both Antenna 1 and 2.
Connects to the Wi-Fi Antenna for using Wi-Fi (2.4GHz / 5GHz)
function.
Connects to the Wi-Fi Antenna for using Wi-Fi (5GHz) function.
Note that the 5GHz Wi-Fi function is required to use both Antenna
3 and 4.
D-Sub connector for connecting to the supplied Audio Cable. For
details, please refer to 3.3 Audio Cable. Microphones with a
(built-in) amplifier and external power supply are required.
D-Sub connector for connecting to the Alarm I/O, RS-232 (CAN
bus) or RS-485 devices (such as analog PTZ cameras). For details,
please refer to 3.4 D-Sub Cable.
M12 connector for connecting to IP cameras. For details, please
refer to 3.5 Ethernet Cable.
By default, this port is set to a Call monitor output. Connects to a
Call monitor using a BNC cable.
9
Call Monitor (CVBS)
10
USB Port
11
Video Input
12
GPS Data Input
13
12VDC Power
Outputs
14
DC Power Input
Note: You can optionally switch this port from Call monitor to
Main monitor. Please refer to 3.8 Monitor Connection for more
details.
USB ports for connecting to the USB device. For details, please
refer to 3.6 USB Cable.
M12 connector for connecting to the supplied Video Cable. You
can then connect analog HD / SD cameras to the Video Cable.
Please refer to 3.2 Video Cable / Power-Out Cable.
Connector for connecting to the GPS receiver. For details, please
refer to 3.7 GPS Cable.
A total of 12VDC, 5A power supply to the connected cameras.
Please refer to 3.2 Video Cable / Power-Out Cable.
Use the supplied Power Harness Cable for connecting to 9 ~
36VDC power source. For details, please refer to 4 Vehicle
Connection.
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2.
Getting Started
2.1 Installation
Before installation, choose a location in the vehicle where it can:
• Provide convenient access for installing or removing the hard disk
• Allow air to flow around the fan vents. Inadequate or improper air flow can impede proper
operation of the mobile DVR
Please avoid installing the mobile DVR to the following locations in the vehicle:
•
•
•
•
That is subject to high vibration / sunlight levels
That is subject to be drenched of the rain
Where passengers can interfere with the mobile DVR
Next to a heater duct
The following table lists the recommended location options in the vehicle:
Location
Convenient
Operation
Easy to
Install
Low
Vibration
Good
Air Flow
Bottom of glove box- horizontal mount
Bottom of passenger seat next to the driver
Underneath bulkhead-horizontal mount
Front of bulkhead-horizontal mount
Beside deriver seat-horizontal mount
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Note: Do not install the mobile DVR on the floor or on the transmission access hatch. These
locations have the highest levels of vibration and may be subject to water damage.
2.1.1
Mounting
You can mount the mobile DVR onto a surface inside the vehicle. Please note that to meet the
EN50155 and the SAE-J1455 standard for the mobile DVR, the Bracket on the MDVR is required
to be used.
Interface
Support-Mount
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EMV1200 FHD / EMV800 FHD Hybrid Mobile DVR
Dimensions:
229.6mm/9.04"
207mm/8.14"
5.5
192mm/7.55"
218mm/8.58"
236.6mm/9.3"
146.6mm/5.77"
63.4mm/2.5"
76mm/2.99"
175mm/7"
Installation: The Bracket is already installed on the mobile DVR. To mount the mobile DVR onto
a surface, use the supplied 4 black screws and 8 spacers (place 2 spacers on each screw hole).
Screw Hole
Spacer with a cut
2.2 Hard Disk Installation
You can insert a 2.5” HDD or SSD into the HDD tray for video recording. Please follow the
steps below.
Note:
1. The mobile DVR does not support hot swap for the hard disk. Ensure to power off the
mobile DVR before removing the hard disk. Also ensure to remove the hard disk only
after the power is completely shut-off. This would protect and extend the operating life
of the hard disk.
2. Please go to the EMV800 FHD / EMV1200 FHD Web page on our website
http://www.everfocus.com.tw to see the latest Storage Compatibility List. It’s
recommended to use the HDD/SSD models listed in the Storage Compatibility List to
ensure your storage will be compatible.
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EMV1200 FHD / EMV800 FHD Hybrid Mobile DVR
1. Make sure the mobile DVR is powered-off. Unlock the HDD Power Lock using the supplied
HDD Power Lock Key. Use the supplied HDD Tray Lock Key to unlock the HDD Tray.
HDD Power Lock
HDD Tray Lock
HDD Power Lock
HDD Tray Lock
Unlocked
Locked
Locked
Unlocked
2. Push the Release Latch to the right, and the Locking Arm will pop up.
Release Latch
Locking Arm
3. Gently pull out the Locking Arm to take out the HDD tray.
HDD Tray
Locking Arm
4. Insert a HDD in the HDD Tray and then screw the HDD to the tray with the supplied 4
screws.
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5. Insert the HDD Tray into the drive bay and close the Locking Arm until you hear a click.
6. Lock the HDD Tray Lock and HDD Power Lock before you power on the mobile DVR.
HDD Power Lock
HDD Tray Lock
HDD Power Lock
HDD Tray Lock
Unlocked
Locked
Locked
Unlocked
2.3 SD Card Installation
The mobile DVRs provide SD card function for Alarm event backup recording. Please follow
the steps below to install the SD Card. Up to 128 GB SD / SDHC cards are supported. You can
also download the Storage Compatibility Table from the product page (click Download) to see
the tested card brands. www.everfocus.com.tw
1. On the front panel of the mobile DVR, unscrew the SD card protection plate.
2. Push down the SD card protection plate and then insert a SD card.
3. Screw back the SD card protection plate. The SD card installation is now complete.
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EMV1200 FHD / EMV800 FHD Hybrid Mobile DVR
The Mobile DVR will automatically detect when a new SD card has been inserted and the
below SD card format message will pop-up. Click Yes to format the SD card. The formatting
process will take about 30 ~ 60 seconds. Note that only the formatted SD card can be used for
alarm event backup recording function.
After installing the SD Card, it’s recommended to enable the Record Overwrite function. The
Record Overwrite function enables the mobile DVR to overwrite the recordings when the card
space is full. If Record Overwrite is not enabled, the alarm event backup recording to the SD
card will stop when card space is full. The mobile DVR will automatically pop-up a “SD Card
Disk Full” message for notification. Users will have to replace a new SD card; or backup the SD
card recordings and then erase (format) the recordings to resume the alarm event backup
recording function.
To enable the Record Overwrite function, please go to OSD menu: System < Record < Record.
To remove the SD card, please go to the OSD menu: System < Storage < SD Card, and click the
Unmount SD button. Then you can safely remove the SD card from the mobile DVR.
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EMV1200 FHD / EMV800 FHD Hybrid Mobile DVR
Basic Connection
After installing the mobile DVR in the vehicle, you can start connecting the mobile DVR to the
external devices. The instructions below describe the basic connection to the mobile DVRs.
For details on cable connections, please refer to the following sections.
Front View
Rear View
9-12 CH
1
2.5" HDD
2
Mouse
3
4
5
6
7
9
8
LAN
Main Monitor
Video Cable
WAN
Audio Cable Audio Input
Speaker
Web Remote
Client
10
Power Harness Cable
IP Camera
Analog SD/HD Camera
Xfleet (Client PC)
Power Supply
1. To record videos, insert a 2.5” HDD (or SSD) to the HDD tray. Remember to lock the HDD
Key Lock after inserting the HDD or the recording will not start (see 2.2 Hard Disk
Installation).
2. To control the system, connect a mouse to the mobile DVR or use the supplied IR Remote
Control.
3. To listen to audio of video source, connect a speaker to the Audio-out RCA socket. Note
that the speaker with a (built-in) amplifier and external power is required.
4. To manage the mobile DVR over network, use a standard RJ-45 cable to connect the mobile
DVR to the network.
Note: The mobile DVRs feature Wi-Fi/3G/4G function. You can optionally connect
Wi-Fi/3G/4G module and antenna to the mobile DVR for networking.
5. To view videos, connect a monitor to the VGA port using the VGA cable supplied by the
monitor manufacturer. You can also connect the monitor to other video out ports, please
refer to 3.8 Monitor Connection.
6. Connect the mobile DVR to the network for connecting to the IP cameras.
7. Connect the cameras to the mobile DVR using the supplied Video Cable. Please refer to 3.2
Video Cable / Power-Out Cable.
8. To power on the cameras, connect the power inputs of the cameras to the 12VDC power
outputs of the mobile DVR using the supplied Power-Out Cable, please refer to 3.2 Video
Cable / Power-Out Cable.
9. Connect the audio input devices to the mobile DVR using the supplied Audio Cable. Please
refer to 3.3 Audio Cable. Note that the microphone with a (built-in) amplifier and external
power is required.
10. Connect the supplied Power Harness Cable to the power supply in the vehicle for
powering the mobile DVR. For details on vehicle connection, please refer to 4. Vehicle
Connection.
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EMV1200 FHD / EMV800 FHD Hybrid Mobile DVR
2.4 Power Harness Cable
You can connect the mobile DVR to a power source between 9 VDC ~ 36 VDC.
(The following figure uses EMV1200 FHD as an example).
EMV1200 FHD (Rear Panel)
9-12 CH
Power Input
IGN (Yellow)
6
1
7
5
2
4 3
Power Harness Cable
Pins on Power Cable
DC Power In (Red)
9 VDC ~ 36 VDC
GND (Black)
Pin Assignment
No.
1
2
3
4
Color
Red
Red
Red
Black
Description
DC Power Input
DC Power Input
DC Power Input
GND
No.
5
6
7
12
Color
Black
Black
Yellow
Description
GND
GND
IGN
EMV1200 FHD / EMV800 FHD Hybrid Mobile DVR
2.5 Video Cable / Power-Out Cable
You can use the supplied Video Cables to connect the analog cameras to the MDVR.
EMV800 FHD has 2 Video In Ports for connecting to 8 analog cameras; while EMV1200 FHD
has 3 Video In Ports for connecting to 12 analog cameras.
The Video Cables are all labeled with VIN 1~ VIN 4, and you can connect any Video Cable
to any of the Video In ports on the mobile DVR. If the Video Cable connects to 5-8 CH
Video In port, the cable labeled as VIN 1 will be channel 5 and so forth.
(The following figure uses EMV1200 FHD as an example).
EMV1200 FHD (Rear Panel)
Video Input
Ports
9-12 CH
Power-Out
Cable
Video Cable
Video Cable
Video Cable
Camera 1 ~ 4 Camera 9 ~ 12
Camera 5 ~ 8
You can also use the supplied Power-Out Cable to power on the connected cameras. The
Power-Out Cable provides four set of power output wires (+/-). A total of 12VDC, 5A power
output is provided. You can optionally prepare the wires and connect the wires to the
Power-Out pins for powering up more cameras.
- (black)
+ (black with white stripe)
Video Input Pin Assignment
Power-Out Pin Assignment
M12-5 1
2
3
4
5
Video Vin1 Vin2 GND Vin3 Vin4
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Pin 5 ~ 8: 12V
Pin 1 ~ 4: GND
EMV1200 FHD / EMV800 FHD Hybrid Mobile DVR
2.6 Audio Cable
The mobile DVRs have 1 Audio In port for connecting to microphones using the supplied
Audio Cable. The Audio Cable is labeled with AIN 1~ AIN 12. Please be noted that
Microphones with a (built-in) amplifier and external power supply are required.
The following figure uses EMV1200 FHD as an example. The EMV1200 FHD provides 12
audio inputs; while the EMV800 FHD provides 8 audio inputs.
EMV1200 FHD (Rear Panel)
9-12 CH
Audio Input
Audio Input 1 ~ 12
Audio Cable
Pin Assignment
EMV800FHD
D-SUB 1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11 12 13 14 15
Audio Ain1 Ain2 Ain3 Ain4 Ain5 Ain6 Ain7 Ain8 GND GND GND GND GND GND GND
EMV1200FHD
D-SUB 1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12 13 14 15
Audio Ain1 Ain2 Ain3 Ain4 Ain5 Ain6 Ain7 Ain8 Ain9 Ain10 Ain11 Ain12 GND GND GND
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2.7 D-Sub Cable
You can connect the mobile DVR to the Alarm I/O, RS-232 or RS-485 devices using the
supplied D-Sub Cable. The mobile DVR provides 8 alarm inputs, 2 alarm outputs, 3 RS-232
and 1 RS-485 connections. After connecting the devices to the system, please go to 6.7.5
I/O Control to configure the settings.
EMV1200 FHD (Rear Panel)
D-Sub Cable
9-12 CH
1
10
19
9
18
26
Pins on D-Sub Cable
RS-232 Tx/Rx #1 (D-Sub)
RS-232 Tx/Rx #2 (yellow wires)
RS-232 Tx/Rx #3 (green wires)
RS-485 (blue wires)
GND (black wires)
Alarm In 1 ~ 8 (white wires)
Alarm Out 1 (gray wires)
Alarm Out 2 (purple wires)
26 Pins on D-Sub Cable
Pin
Pin Assignment
Pin
Pin Assignment
1
N.O. 1
14
Alarm in 5
2
COM 1
15
Alarm in 6
Alarm Input
3
N.C. 1
16
Alarm in 7
Alarm Output
4
N.O. 2
17
Alarm in 8
5
COM 2
18 GND
6
N.C. 2
19 RS-232 Tx #2 (see Note 2)
7
RS-232 Tx #1
20 RS-232 Rx #2 (see Note 2)
D-Sub
8
RS-232 Rx #1
21 GND
(see Note 1)
9
GND
22 RS-232 Tx #3
10
Alarm in 1
23 RS-232 Rx #3
11
Alarm in 2
24 GND
Alarm Input
12
Alarm in 3
25 RS-485_A (+)
13
Alarm in 4
26 RS-485_B (-)
Note:
1. If you want to connect OBDII or CAN bus, please use RS-232 #1 (D-Sub connector). The
OBDII and CAN bus should be the EverFocus approved ones. Please contact EverFocus for
more details. ts@everfocus.com.tw
2. For TPMS connection, please use RS-232 #2 (PIN19/PIN20).
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2.8 Ethernet Cable
The Ethernet Port (M12) on the rear panel can be used to connect to LAN network for
connecting to IP cameras.
Pin Assignment
M12-4P
NET
1
MDI0-
2
MDI1+
3
MDI0+
4
MDI1-
2.9 USB Cable
Pin Assignment
M12-5
USB
1
SHIELD
2
GND
3
D+
4
D-
5
VCC
2.10 GPS Cable
Connect the GPS Receiver to the GPS port on the rear panel of the mobile DVR.
Note: To perform the GPS function, you will have to apply for the GPS Receiver (refer to
Optional Accessories) and then configure the GPS settings (please refer to 6.7.5 I/O Control in
the User’s Manual) and GPS event setting (please refer to 6.3.4 GPS in the User’s Manual) in
advance.
Pin Assignment
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2.11 Monitor Connection
By default, the mobile DVRs provide 1 Main Monitor port (VGA) and 2 Call monitor ports (BNC
and RCA). All of the Main and Call Monitor ports can be used simultaneously.
System configuration can only be operated on the Main Monitor. Call monitor can only display
camera streams or perform sequence display mode. The two call monitor outputs provide the
identical functionality.
Make sure that the connected monitor's specifications comply with these resolution requirements.
(This figure uses EMV1200 FHD mobile DVR as an example).
Front Panel
Rear Panel
9-12 CH
RCA Cable
Call Monitor
VGA Cable
BNC Cable
Main Monitor
Call Monitor
You can also optionally switch the RCA / BNC video output from call monitor to main monitor;
and mean while, switch the VGA video output from main monitor to call monitor. To do this,
press the Function Key on the front panel for 3 seconds, the system will start rebooting. Once
the system reboot process is complete, the Main and Call monitors will be switched (see
image below). To switch back the main and call monitors, press the button for 3 seconds
again.
Front Panel
Rear Panel
9-12 CH
VGA Cable
RCA Cable
BNC Cable
Function
Key
Main Monitor
Call Monitor
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EMV1200 FHD / EMV800 FHD Hybrid Mobile DVR
2.12 Turning On / Off the Power
Before powering on the mobile DVR, please make sure the internal HDD have been installed
properly. Once you have completed the basic cable connections, you are ready to turn on the
mobile DVR. Simply plug in the power source. The POWER LED will light up if power is normal.
Once the system has finished loading, you can start setting up the menu options for the
mobile DVR.
To turn off the power, please go to OSD Root Menu > System > Sys Setting > Miscellaneous
setting page, and click Shutdown (refer to 6.7.7 Miscellaneous in the User’s Manual). After the
message pops up as below, you can now turn off the power source.
Note that when the mobile DVR is placed in an environment where temperature is very low
(for example, -40°C, the mobile DVR will NOT turn on immediately.)
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3. Vehicle Connection
The mobile DVR supports input power voltage between 9VDC ~ 36VDC. You can install the
mobile DVR in all kinds of vehicles support the above power voltage. The diagrams below are
examples to illustrate the connection inside a car / truck with 12VDC / 24VDC.
* The following figures are using EMV1200 FHD for example; the differences between the two
models are the numbers of video input and audio input.
3.1 Connecting to a Truck with 24VDC
Glove box (inside or underneath)
Driver’s seat (between the seat and the back panel) or underneath the Passenger seat
EMV1200 FHD (Rear Panel)
9-12 CH
ACC
C On
Lock
+
r
Powe
AC
Vehicle Battery
24V
Power Harness Cable
IGN (Yellow)
-
24V+ (Red)
GND (Black)
Fuse (15A)
Note:
1. If the car is without an ignition key, please connect the IGN (yellow) wire directly or via
a switch to the vehicle battery.
2. Please note that since the power of mobile DVR is directly connected to the vehicle
battery, the mobile DVR will always draw power (2.5mA) from the vehicle battery.
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3.2 Connecting to a Car with 12VDC
Glove box (inside or underneath)
Trunk
Driver seat (between the seat and side panel)
Passenger seat (underneath)
EMV1200 FHD (Rear Panel)
9-12 CH
ACC
C On
Lock
+
Power Harness Cable
r
Powe
AC
Vehicle Battery
12V
IGN (Yellow)
-
12V+ (Red)
GND (Black)
Fuse (15A)
Note:
1. If the car is without an ignition key, please connect the IGN (yellow) wire directly or
via a switch to the vehicle battery.
2. Please note that since the power of mobile DVR is directly connected to the vehicle
battery, the mobile DVR will always draw power (2.5mA) from the vehicle battery.
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4. Accessing the Mobile DVR
You can look up the IP address and access the Web interface of the mobile DVR using the IP
Utility (IPU) program, which is included in the software CD. The IP Utility can also be
downloaded from EverFocus’ Website: http://everfocus.com.tw Please connect the mobile DVR
on the same LAN of your computer.
1.
in your computer. Double click the .exe file and follow the
Save IP Utility Setup.exe
on‐screen instructions to install the IP Utility.
2.
Click the Finish button, the IP Utility will be automatically launched to search the IP devices
connected on the same LAN.
3.
To access the Live View window, double click the IP address of the desired device, the login
window pops up. Type the user ID and password to log in. By default, the user ID is admin
and the password is 11111111
4.
If you log in for the first time, follow the instruction steps on the interface to update the
latest Plugin version (ePlayer). After reloading the webpage, the login window pops up
again. Type the user ID and password to log in again. By default, the user ID is admin and
the password is 11111111
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Note for the first time login:
The “Download ePlayer Instruction” page will only be prompted for the first time login in
order to update the system to the latest plugin version.
When the Plug-in blocked appears on the browser, select Always allow plug-ins on xxx,
click Done and then reload the webpage.
5. Now you will be able to see the remote live page.
If you encounter the following problem or still can’t access the remote Web interface,
please see below:

If the Error window appears, please be sure to close ALL the Web browser windows first
and then click Retry. When the Completing the ePlayer Setup Wizard window shows up,
click Finish. Then, you can open a new browser again to access the DVR’s remote Web
interface.
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
If your PC or laptop is running with Windows, it’s required to run the browser as
administrator when first entering the remote web page of the device. Go to C:\Program
Files (x86)\Internet Explorer, right-click the browser and then click Run as administrator.

You may need to turn off the firewall and turn User Account Control off if you still can’t see
the Remote Live View.
To turn User Account Control off, on the computer, click Start > Control Panel > System
and Security > Action Center (click Change User Account Control Settings), the User
Account Control Settings window appears. Adjust the slide bar to Never Notify and then
click OK. Restart your computer if requested.
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EverFocus Taiwan:
12F-1, No.79, Sec. 1, Shin-Tai Wu Road,
Hsi-Chih, New Taipei City, Taiwan
TEL: +886 2 2698 2334
FAX: +886 2 2698 3943
www.everfocus.com.tw
marketing@everfocus.com.tw
EverFocus Europe - Germany:
Albert-Einstein-Strasse 1, D-46446
Emmerich, Germany
TEL: +49 2822 93940
FAX: +49 2822 939495
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sales@everfocus.de
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TEL: +86 10 6297 3336~39
FAX: +86 10 6297 1423
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No.440, Longguan Road, Dalang Street,
Longhua, Shenzhen, Guangdong, China.
TEL: +86 755 2765 1313
FAX: +86 755 2765 0337
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marketing@everfocus.com.cn
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TEL: +1 626 844 8888
FAX: +1 626 844 8838
www.everfocus.com
sales@everfocus.com
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3F, Kuramochi, Building II, 2-2-3
Koto-Bashi,Sumida-Ku, Tokyo, 130-0022, Japan
TEL: +81 3 5625 8188
FAX: +81 3 5625 8189
www.everfocus.co.jp
info@everfocus.co.jp
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