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ACTi ENR-1000/1100/1200 V4.02.09 User Manual
ENR-1000 Series
User Manual
For V4.02.09 Firmware
ENR-1000
ENR-1100
ENR-1200
2014/06/18
ENR-1000/2000 Series User’s Manual
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 The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
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Regulatory Compliance Information
Federal Communications Commission Statement
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for
a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These
limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates,
uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with
the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is
no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does
cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by
turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by
one or more of the following measures:
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is
connected.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
WARNING: Changes or modifications to the equipment that are not expressly approved by
the responsible party for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
European Community Compliance Statement
This product has been tested and found to comply with the limits for
Class B Information Technology Equipment according to European
Standard EN 55022 and EN 55024. In a domestic environment, this
product may cause radio interference in which cause the user be
require to take adequate measures.
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About This Manual
Target Audience
This manual is intended for End Users who actually execute security tasks such as
monitoring ongoing activities in the building, patrolling secured zones, searching video data
and managing alarms with use of ENR surveillance system. The reader is expected to own
not only the basic operation skills but permissions to access major functionalities defined by
the System Administrator.
You may also visit ACTi Download Center for updates and documents:
http://www.acti.com/downloadcenter
Technical Support
If you have any questions during system installation, please feel free to contact our engineers
via our Customer Help Desk platform http://www.acti.com/CHD.
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Table of Contents
1 Legal Notice
2
Disclaimer……………………………………………………………………….2
Copyright………………………………………………………………………..2
Trademarks............................................................................................... 2
Regulatory Compliance Information ...................................................... 3
2 About This Manual
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Target Audience ....................................................................................... 4
Technical Support.................................................................................... 4
3 Table of Contents
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4 Introduction
7
Product Overview .................................................................................... 7
ENR Server / Client Architecture ............................................................ 7
At A Glance ............................................................................................... 9
ENR-1000/ENR-1100/ENR-1200 .................................................. 9
Power Button & Reset Button .............................................................. 11
Turn On the Device...................................................................... 11
Turn Off the Device...................................................................... 11
Reset to Factory Default .............................................................. 13
LED Indicators ....................................................................................... 13
5 Local Client Operation
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Login & Logout ...................................................................................... 14
Login ............................................................................................ 14
Logout .......................................................................................... 14
System Overview ................................................................................... 15
Main Screen Introduction............................................................. 15
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Input Devices ............................................................................... 16
Monitoring .............................................................................................. 18
Live Screen Overview .................................................................. 18
Display Your Desired Camera View............................................. 19
Apply a Customized View Layout ................................................ 20
Single Channel Operations.......................................................... 20
Take a Snapshot
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Start / Stop Manual Recording
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Digital PTZ Operations
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Manipulate PTZ Devices on PTZ Panel
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Manipulate PTZ Devices with Mouse Controls
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Layout Patrol ............................................................................... 25
Understand Channel Status ................................................................. 26
Channel Status ............................................................................ 26
Understand Event Notifications ........................................................... 27
Playback………………………………………………………………………..28
Playback Screen Overview .......................................................... 28
Start Time Search ........................................................................ 30
Event Search ............................................................................... 32
Play the Video Footage ............................................................... 33
Add and Search Bookmarks ........................................................ 34
Take a Snapshot .......................................................................... 35
Export Video ................................................................................ 35
6 Remote Client Operation
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Access ENR Server ............................................................................... 36
Log In ........................................................................................... 36
Enter Account & Password
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Change UI language
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Remember Login Information
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Log Out ........................................................................................ 37
Monitoring .............................................................................................. 38
Live Screen Overview .................................................................. 38
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Introduction
Product Overview
ACTi ENRSeries (hereafter referred to as ENR) is a compact and reliable multi-channel
standalone NVR. It features a stable embedded Linux operating system and capabilities of
supporting mega-pixel resolution H.264 streaming, an HDMI output for local display, PTZ
control, scheduled / event-triggered / event speed-up recording, event management,
synchronized playback, time / event-based playback search and video bookmarks. Its smart
Setup Wizard and intuitive user interface allow the system installer to enjoy effortless
installation experience, while making it easy for new users to get acquainted with the
operation by first-time use. Other than the local client, the remote PC client may access the
ENR system simultaneously, and experience user-friendly web interface customized for
browser-based operations.
ENR Server / Client Architecture
In a video surveillance system architecture, ENR serves as service provider, aimed to run
24/7 non-stop a video management service for clients. An ENR Client makes requests for
monitoring video streams or playing back recordings of ENR.
There are two types of ENR clients: Local Client and Remote Client. A client, connecting
from whether a remote computer or from local, will be offered the same functionalities of
ENR.
Local Client: In the local site, the client user directly operates ENR by connecting an HDMI
monitor and a USB mouse to the physical ENR.
Remote Client: Over the TCP/IP network, the Remote Client communicates with ENR
through HTTP Protocol. This client user will have to use a computer with Internet Explorer
to access the ENR web interface, without the need of installing any client program
beforehand. Logging in to ENR is as simple as visiting a website.
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At A Glance
ENR-1000/ENR-1100/ENR-1200
Power
Butto
n
USB 2.0 Ports
LED Indicators
Reset
Button
LAN 2
Power Connector HDMI Output
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LAN
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Power Button & Reset Button
You can turn on / off the device with Power Button.
Turn On the Device
Press down the Power Button and release, the Power LED will light up and turn solid blue.
Turn Off the Device
As this unit is powered on, the Power LED and System LED are both lit, and the Power
Button is in pressed state. To turn ENR off, please do the following:
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1.
On Live screen, click Setup  Power tab, and click “Shutdown”.
2.
The local display screen will turn black, with an information dialogue box showing up.
Please observe the System LED on the front panel, when its orange light is off, you may
press the Power Button to completely shut down the unit.
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Reset to Factory Default
By resetting this device, all your system settings and system log will return to factory
default. It is strongly recommended that you back up previous settings with Backup function
and export the system logs before resetting to factory default.
1.
To begin, please turn off the device first.
2.
Press down the Power Button to boot up the device, and immediately press and
hold the Reset Button with a pin or clip, the red System LED will light up for about
2~3 seconds, and you may release the Reset Button as the red light is off.
The device will enter the resetting process immediately and automatically restart.
LED Indicators
The LED indicators on front panel show the current device status:
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Local Client Operation
Login & Logout
To log into ENR system for the first time, you will have to key in the account name and
password in Login window. Please contact your system administrator for account and
password information.
Login
On Login window, click into the Account and Password fields to enter your account
information.
Logout
On Live screen, click on the Logout button.
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System Overview
Main Screen Introduction
ENR local interface is composed of two main screens:
Live screen
After logging in, you will enter Live screen. Live screen is the interface where you see the
live streaming from your cameras and manipulate PTZ functions.
Playback screen
Click to open Setup menu
Enter Playback
Where you can search the recordings, view the playback, put video bookmarks and export
the video.
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Input Devices
IN ENR system, a USB mouse is the required input device to do all the operations on user
interface. All the input devices, including USB mouse, USB joystick and USB keyboard are
ready to use when you connect them to ENR via USB 2.0 ports.
The onscreen keyboards allow you to input characters without using a physical one. By
clicking in a character field (e.g. Account or Server name) or number field (e.g. IP address
or Port), the specific onscreen keyboard will be brought up.
Standard Alphabet + Symbol Keyboard
Number + Symbol Keyboard
Symbol Keyboard
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To disable the virtual keyboard if a physical one is already in use, on Live screen, click Setup
 System tab  click “Keyboard”. Uncheck the box “Always shows software keyboard”.
You may adjust other input devices’ settings by entering “Keyboard” or “Joystick”, and refer
to System Administrator’s Manual for further details.
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Monitoring
You can perform most live monitoring tasks on Live screen. ENR may display all live
channels on the screen, or 1x1 single channel in succession automatically.
Aside from keeping an eye on the video, you may also take snapshots, control PTZ cameras,
start or stop manual recording on a selected channel. In this section, you will be given
instructions on the said fundamental operations. To start, log on to the system first.
Live Screen Overview
View List
Display area
Camera List
Event Panel
PTZ Panel
Status Bar
Live Menu
Setup Menu
System Message
Item
View List
Camera List
Event List
PTZ Panel
System Message
Status Bar
Setup Menu
Live Menu
Description
Lists five views available for customization.
Lists all the added devices and their recording status.
Displays alerts of detected motion, recording and connection status.
Provides live onscreen PTZ controls. This panel is only enabled when
a PTZ device channel is selected on live view display area.
Displays import messages to inform you of certain system conditions
that require your prompt action.
Displays the following system status from left to right – (1) connected
USB storage device, (2) LAN1 IP address, (3) LAN2 IP address,(4)
total free disk space, (5) your user account and (6) current system
time.
Opens Setup menu.
Lists available layout selections and live view operation controls.
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Display Your Desired Camera View
You can watch a desired camera view in 1x1 channel view by clicking on the camera name
on Cameras list.
You can click this button on Live Menu to display
the selected view in its native aspect ratio.
Enter Full Screen Mode
You can hide the control panels by entering
full-screen mode. On Live Menu, click this button to
enter full-screen mode; on the bottom of full screen
view, click “Exit Full Screen” return to normal display mode.
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Apply a Customized View Layout
On the View list is where you customize desired Views. A View profile contains the channel
positions, layout style, full screen setting and sequence patrol setting. You can click on the
desired View on View list.
Single Channel Operations
By selecting a specific channel on Live screen, you may perform functions below on a single
channel view:
●
Take a snapshot of this single channel
●
Start manual recording of this single channel
●
Enter Digital PTZ operation mode ( for all cameras, in 1X1 layout)
●
Enter Optical PTZ operation mode ( for cameras with pan/tilt/zoom capabilities)
Click on a channel to reveal
Single Channel Menu
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Take a Snapshot
The image (at original resolution size) of current channel will be saved as jpg format onto the
USB mass storage, named as “Channelnumber_yyyy-MM-dd-hh-mm-ss.jpg”. Please make
sure the USB mass storage has already been connected to ENR unit.
Start / Stop Manual Recording
This function is useful when you need to record a specific video when no event recording or
schedule recording is proceeding. This video will be displayed as normal scheduled recording
on the Playback time bar. As the video is being recorded, this button will appear in pressed
state
, click on it again to stop manual recording.
Digital PTZ Operations
Double-click on a channel to display it in 1x1 layout, and then click on it again to reveal
Single Channel Menu.
On Single Channel Menu, click
to enable digital PTZ controls.
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Drag the lever on the Zoom Bar
to adjust zoom level.
-To zoom in, drag it up
-To zoom out, drag it down
Click on eight directional buttons
to navigate the whole view.
Note
To take a snapshot of a layout containing all visible channels, select the desired layout and
click
on Live Menu.
Manipulate PTZ Devices on PTZ Panel
On Live screen, select a PTZ channel, the PTZ panel will become enabled.
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Click the tab
to enter PTZ operation mode, and make
make use of the device’s PTZ capabilities to define a view.
D
No
A
A
B
B
C
C
E
D
E
Function
Eight-direction arrow keys
Click to pan or tilt the camera (only available for cameras
with Pan/Tilt/ capability).
Pan/Tilt/Zoom speed
Click to change the speed. Provided speed scale is
from 1 to 5 (available for cameras with Pan/Tilt/Zoom
capability).
Auto focus (available for cameras with auto focus
capability)
Zoom (Available for cameras with a controllable
zoom)
Zoom in
Zoom out
Manual focus
(Available for cameras with a controllable focus)
Near focus
Far focus
These buttons are enabled when the “Auto Focus” is
disabled.
.
Go to a Preset Point
Click the tab
to enter Preset Points Operation mode, and click a red ID button.
1
2
Start PTZ Preset Tour
Click
to enter Tour list. The ID of a saved tour will
appear red. Click on it to start the tour, and click
to stop.
Start a Tour
1
2
Stop
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Manipulate PTZ Devices with Mouse Controls
You may directly manipulate a camera’s PTZ movements on the channel view. Select
channel and enter onscreen PTZ mode by clicking on “PTZ”
the
, a crosshair will
appear in the middle, you mayu use the mouse to do the following PTZ operations:
1.
To execute optical Panning and Tilting, click anywhere on the live window to allow the
camera to move in that direction. The farther you place the cursor from the center, the
faster the Pan/Tilt movement.

2. To execute optical Zoom in or Zoom out, scroll the mouse.
+
Pan/Tilt
Zoom in
Zoom out
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Layout Patrol
By performing the Patrol function, all the four channels can be displayed by 1x1 layout in
turns.
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Understand Channel Status
On Live View screen, it is essential to observe the system status and events, since
unexpected environmental factors or human behaviors may take place, and they might pose
security threats to your site. The channel status icons display important camera status and
motion alerts for you.
Channel Status
On top of each channel window displays certain status information of this device.
1. Entrance
4
1
3
2
Description
No
1
Camera Name
2
Digital Input Motion Alert
This will flash along with the channel outline border when the digital input device
detects motion on camera site.
3
Video Motion Alert
This will flash along with the channel outline border when the camera detects video
motions on camera site.
4
Recording Status
This will appear when ENR is recording this channel by schedule, event or user’s
manual control.
Manual recording is proceeding
Scheduled recording is proceeding
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Understand Event Notifications
On Live View screen, the Event Panel displays the latest camera status alerts including
digital input detection, motion detection, network loss, or network recovery. By clicking on the
event notification card, you will be brought to the playback of this very event.
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Playback
Playback is the service that processes recorded video clips. You may search by time. by
event or the bookmarks you have set. Playback may include up to 4 channels synchronized
playback. Video clips may also be exported in either RAW or AVI formats.
On Live View screen, click
on Live View menu to enter Playback screen.
Playback Screen Overview
Upon entering Playback screen, you will enter 16-channel synchronized playback.
Camera List
Display area
Playback Control Panel
Item
Camera List
Playback Control Panel
Playback Menu
Playback Menu
Description
Lists all channels
Provides controls that help you search through the recorded
footages easily.
Lists available layout selections and playback related controls.
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To play back certain channels synchronizedly, please do the following:
1. Move your desired channels up. For example, you want to see Channel 1, Channel 5,
Channel 9 and Channel 13 to be played at the same time in a 2x2 layout. Drag these
channels to the top.
You can play certain channel in 1x1 layout by
double-clicking this camera on Camera list.
1
5
9
13
1
5
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2. On layout selection panel, select
1
5
9
13
Start Time Search
If you know the specific time of the event, you may start from choosing the precise, date and
the hour.
1. Click on the current-time indicator above the time bar
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3
4
Recording exists
No recording exists
2. Specify the date on the calendar.
3. Choose the hour from the 24-hour time bar. Special recorded events are indicated in
different colors.
Color
Description
Full-time or manual recording
The camera’s video motion detection function had been enabled, and the camera
detected motion events during this period.
The digital input device (e.g. PIR sensor) connected with the camera detected
motion events during this period.
ENR lost network connection with this camera during this period.
Video encoder loses the signal from this camera
4.
Click “OK” to close the window.
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Event Search
If you want to filter the recording by Event Type, you may perform an event search to locate
the desired video footage.
1. Click on the “Event Search” button on Playback Menu.
1
2. On Event Search window, define the Search Time, Duration, Cameras and Event
Type then click “Search”.
2
3. After the search is completed, click “Cancel” to close this window.
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4. The search result will be displayed on the left. Click on an event to enter the playback
in 1x1 view.
Click the arrows
to switch pages
4
List of events
Play the Video Footage
Use the buttons on Playback Control Panel to play your desired video footages.
Go1.to present time
Bookmark the selected time
Reverse Play / Pause / Play
Timeline scale Switch
Play Speed Switch
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Add and Search Bookmarks
You can bookmark a time position on the timeline by clicking on
on Playback Control
Panel.
1. Make sure the camera channels you desire to watch are all in display area. On
Playback Menu, click on the “Bookmark List” button.
2. The bookmarks will be shown on the left, click any bookmark to go to the saved time
position.
3. To delete a bookmark, simply right-click on it to being up the confirmation window,
click “OK” to delete the selected bookmark.
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Take a Snapshot
You can take a snapshot of current layout view containing all the currently displayed
channels by clicking
on Playback Menu, this image will be saved as jpg format onto the
USB mass storage. Please make sure the USB mass storage has already been connected to
ENR. If you want to get a snapshot of certain channel in its full resolution size, select the
channel and click
Export Video
You may export video of the selected channel to .avi or .raw file. The provided exported
video duration is from 1 minute ~ 30 minutes.
1. Select a channel and click
2. Select the Export Duration and Export Type, and click “Start”.
The exported video will be saved onto the USB mass storage. Please make sure the USB
mass storage has already been connected to ENR device and the available storage space is
enough.
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Remote Client Operation
Access ENR Server
To log into ENR system for the first time, you will have to key in the account name and
password in Login window. Please contact your system administrator for account and
password information.
Type in the IP address and port number directly into Internet Explorer. Sample IP will look like
this: http://220.228.146.21:1000 or domain name http://enr.acti.com. If the port number is
80, you do not need to append it when typing the address.
http://ip address:port number
Log In
A
B
C
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Enter Account & Password
●Account (non case-sensitive): Your User Account
●Password (case-sensitive): Your User Password
A
To change UI language,1select the desired language from “Language” dropdown list.
Change UI language
Remember Login Information
B
To have the server remember your Account, Password and language setting for future,
check “Remember me”.
Auto-login
C
By enabling Auto-login function, you can enter ENR Live screen directly without inputting
user account and password next time.
Log Out
On Live screen, click “Application” “Logout”.
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Monitoring
You can perform most live monitoring tasks on Live screen. ENR may display all live
channels on the screen, or 1x1 single channel in succession automatically.
Aside from keeping an eye on the video, you may also take snapshots, control PTZ cameras,
start or stop manual recording on a selected channel. In this section, you will be given
instructions on the said fundamental operations. To start, log on to the system first.
Live Screen Overview
S c re e n
Switch
View
Li s t
Camera
Li s t
Display area
Event
Panel
PT Z
Panel
Live Screen Menu
Item
View List
Camera List
Description
Lists five views available for customization.
Lists all the added devices and their recording status.
Event List
Displays alerts of detected motion, recording and connection status.
PTZ Panel
Provides live onscreen PTZ controls including Preset
Points and Tour controls. This panel is only enabled when a PTZ
device channel is selected on live view display area.
Live Screen
Menu
Lists available layout selections and live view operation controls.
Screen Switch
Click the tabs to enter other screens: Playback and Setup
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