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WebGate 240L, 480L User Manual | Manualzz

-16CH HDVR(480L) / 8CH HDVR(240M) / 4CH

HDVR(120H),

16CH HDVR(240C) / 8CH HDVR(240L)

Install & User’s Guide

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Introduction

Thank you for purchasing a Hunt digital video recorder.

This manual is for 16CH HDVR(480L), 8CH HDVR(240M), 4CH HDVR(120H), 16CH

HDVR(240C), 8CH HDVR(240L). Before product installation and operation, please become thoroughly familiar with this user manual and other manuals referenced by this manual.

This user manual and the software and hardware described here are protected by copyright law.

With the exception of copying for general use within fair use, copying and reprinting the user manual, either partially or in entirety, or translating it into another language without the consent of Hunt Inc. is strictly prohibited.

This specification may change without prior notice for improvement of product performance.

Product Warranty and Limits of Responsibility

The manufacturer does not assume any responsibility concerning the sale of this product and does not delegate any right to any third party to take any responsibility on its behalf. The product warranty does not cover cases of accidents, negligence, alteration, misuse or abuse.

No warranty is offered for any attachments or parts not supplied by the manufacturer.

 Malfunctions due to negligence by the user

 Deliberate disassembly and replacement by the user

 Connection of a power source other than a properly rated power source

 Malfunctions caused by natural disasters (fire, flood, tidal wave, etc.)

 Replacement of expendable parts (HDD, FAN, etc.)

※ The warranty period for the HDD and Fan is one year after purchase.

This product is not for exclusive use of crime prevention but for assistance in cases as fire or theft. We take no responsibility for damage from any incident.

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Caution

As this equipment undergone EMC registration and suitable for business purpose, distributors and users are aware of this point.

FCC Compliance Statement

Caution : Any changes or modifications in construction of this device which are not expressly approved the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.

NOTE : This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance 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.

Warning

This is a class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures

Warning

1. Risk of Explosion if Battery is replaced by an Incorrect Type. Dispose of Used Batteries

According to the Instructions

2. In case of changing built-in lithum battery, it should be replaced as same or kindred one to prevent a danger of explosion. Since old batteries could be a factor of environment contamination, be cautios to treat them.

3. Do not throw the batteries to fire or heating. Neither short circuiut or disassembly is prohibited.

4. Do not charge the batteries provided with Remote Controller

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Important Notice

1. Do not place heavy objects on the top of the product.

2. This equipment is indoor use and all the communication wiring are limited to inside of the building

3. Product is for indoor use. It is not weatherproof. Use product with referring to its environmental specifications (Temperature & Humidity). To clean the product, gently wipe the outside with a clean dry cloth.

4. Product uses AC power of 110V ~ 240V. Be cautious not to cause electric damages to product.

5. Be careful not to drop the product. Physical shocks may harm the product including internal

HDD. In addition, be sure the product is secured after installation.

6. Product is made of metal. Therefore you can hurt human beings if you throw it to them or hit on them. When installing product, be cautious to locate on safe places where children are unreachable.

7. If Product does not operate properly, please contact the closest WEBGATE distributor for after sales service. Tampering or disassembling the product will void the warranty.

8. Security surveillance laws may differ for each country. Therefore, please contact the local region first to avoid any surveillance law violations.

9. "Rack Mount Instructions - The following or similar rack-mount instructions are included with the installation instructions:

A) Elevated Operating Ambient - If installed in a closed or multi-unit rack assembly, the

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Therefore, consideration should be given to installing the equipment in an environment compatible with the maximum ambient temperature (Tma) specified by the manufacturer.

B) Reduced Air Flow - Installation of the equipment in a rack should be such that the amount of air flow required for safe operation of the equipment is not compromised.

C) Mechanical Loading - Mounting of the equipment in the rack should be such that a hazardous condition is not achieved due to uneven mechanical loading.

D) Circuit Overloading - Consideration should be given to the connection of the equipment to the supply circuit and the effect that overloading of the circuits might have on overcurrent protection and supply wiring. Appropriate consideration of equipment nameplate ratings should be used when addressing this concern.

E) Reliable Earthing - Reliable earthing of rack-mounted equipment should be maintained.

Particular attention should be given to supply connections other than direct connections to the branch circuit (e.g. use of power strips)."

Experience and technical skills are needed for the installation of this product as an improper installation may cause fire, electric shocks, or defects. Any installation job should be performed by the vendor you purchased this product from.

The content of this manual can differ according to firmware or Software upgrading, and the standard and appearance of products may be changed for the improvement of quality without an advance notice.

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Contents

INTRODUCTION ............................................................................... 1

KEY FEATURES .............................................................................. 10

INSTALL MANUAL.......................................................................... 13

1. FEATURE .................................................................................... 13

1.1

Supplied Accessories .................................................................................................... 13

1.1.1.

16CH HDVR(480L)/8CH HDVR(240M)/4CH HDVR(120H) Series .......................... 13

1.1.2.

16CH HDVR(240C)/8CH HDVR(240L) Series ........................................................ 14

1.2.

Description & Function .................................................................................................. 15

1.2.1.

Front ...................................................................................................................... 15

1.2.2.

Rear ...................................................................................................................... 19

1.2.3.

REMOTE CONTROLLER ...................................................................................... 22

2. INSTALLATION ........................................................................ 24

2.1

Installation and Connection ........................................................................................ 24

2.1.1

Connecting & Running ........................................................................................ 24

2.2

Running OSD menu................................................................................................... 26

2.2.1

OSD menu configuration ..................................................................................... 26

2.2.2

Setting remote controller ..................................................................................... 27

2.2.3

Install examples .................................................................................................. 28

2.2.4

Basic Setting ...................................................................................................... 31

2.3

Connecting and configuring DIO ports........................................................................ 35

2.3.4

HDD ................................................................................................................... 46

2.3.5

Remote monitor and control ................................................................................ 47

USER MANUAL ........................................................................... 49

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3 MENU USE .............................................................................. 49

3.1

Menu Structure .......................................................................................................... 49

3.2

Function Menu ........................................................................................................... 49

3.3

Factory Reset ............................................................................................................ 50

4 MONITORING .......................................................................... 56

4.1

Basic Screen ............................................................................................................. 56

4.2

Single Fll Screen Mode .............................................................................................. 56

4.3

Multi Screen Mode ..................................................................................................... 56

4.4

Screen Description .................................................................................................... 57

4.5

Auto Switch Mode ...................................................................................................... 57

4.5.1

System Standard Mode ...................................................................................... 57

4.5.2

User Sequence Mode ......................................................................................... 58

4.6

Event Screen ............................................................................................................. 59

4.7

Zoom Screen Mode ................................................................................................... 60

4.8

Pause Live Screen .................................................................................................... 60

4.9

PTZ Control ............................................................................................................... 61

4.9.1 Pan/Tilt .................................................................................................................... 62

4.9.2 Zoom/Focus............................................................................................................. 62

4.9.3 Load Preset ............................................................................................................. 62

4.9.4 Save Preset ............................................................................................................. 62

4.9.5 Auxiliary On ............................................................................................................. 62

4.9.6 Auxiliary Off ............................................................................................................. 63

4.9.7 Menu ....................................................................................................................... 63

5 PLAYBACK ............................................................................. 64

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5.1

Playback Mode .......................................................................................................... 64

5.1.1

Playback on Standard monitor (16 / 9 / 4 division) ............................................... 64

5.1.2

Playback function ............................................................................................... 64

5.2

SEARCH MODE ........................................................................................................ 65

5.2.1

Time Search ....................................................................................................... 65

5.2.2

Schedule Search ................................................................................................ 65

5.2.3

Event Search ...................................................................................................... 66

5.2.4

Thumbnail Search............................................................................................... 67

5.3

Copy.......................................................................................................................... 68

5.3.1

CD/DVD ............................................................................................................. 68

5.3.2

RE4 .................................................................................................................... 69

5.3.3

AVI ..................................................................................................................... 70

6. CONFIGURATION .................................................................... 72

6.1

Recording Structure ................................................................................................... 72

6.2

System Setup ............................................................................................................ 72

6.2.1

Date/Time ........................................................................................................... 72

6.2.2

Disk .................................................................................................................... 75

6.2.3

User Setup ......................................................................................................... 77

6.2.4

Utility .................................................................................................................. 79

6.3

Network ..................................................................................................................... 81

6.3.1

xDSL .................................................................................................................. 83

6.3.2

WRS ................................................................................................................... 83

6.4

Device Setup ............................................................................................................. 84

6.4.1

Camera Setup .................................................................................................... 85

6.4.2

Monitor Setup ..................................................................................................... 86

6.4.3

Audio Setup ........................................................................................................ 87

6.4.4

Text Setup .......................................................................................................... 88

6.4.5

Serial Setup ........................................................................................................ 89

6.5

Event Setup ............................................................................................................... 90

6.5.1

Event Check ....................................................................................................... 91

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6.5.2

Sync Event ......................................................................................................... 92

6.5.3

Motion Detection ................................................................................................. 94

6.5.4

Sensor ................................................................................................................ 95

6.5.5

Preset ................................................................................................................. 95

6.6

Recording setup ........................................................................................................ 97

6.6.1

Program setup .................................................................................................... 97

6.6.2

Manual/Schedule recording setup ....................................................................... 99

7.

WEB VIEWER ....................................................................

103

7.1

System requriement............................................................................................... 103

7.2

Login ..................................................................................................................... 103

7.3

User Setup ............................................................................................................ 104

7.4

Browser available .................................................................................................. 104

7.5

Monitor .................................................................................................................. 105

7.5.1

Screen division and changing video position ................................................... 105

7.5.2

Move to Playback ........................................................................................... 106

7.5.3

Channel On/Off ............................................................................................... 107

7.5.4

Sensor Indication ............................................................................................ 107

7.5.5

Relay opeartion .............................................................................................. 107

7.5.6

Using microphone ........................................................................................... 107

7.5.7

Event data ...................................................................................................... 108

1.2.1.

Video Recording & Save saving ...................................................................... 108

7.5.8

Using PTZ ...................................................................................................... 109

7.5.9

Using Audio .................................................................................................... 110

7.5.10

Closing Video Channel ................................................................................... 110

7.6

Playback................................................................................................................ 111

1.2.2.

Video Division & Changing Channel ................................................................ 111

7.6.1

Image recording .............................................................................................. 111

7.6.2

Printing ........................................................................................................... 112

7.6.3

Backup ........................................................................................................... 112

7.6.4

Web Monitor ................................................................................................... 113

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7.6.5

Channel On/Off ............................................................................................... 113

7.6.6

Saving time & Checking Rec. Capacity ........................................................... 113

7.6.7 Searching Calander ............................................................................................. 113

7.6.8.

Functional function at the buttom of monitor .................................................... 114

8.

USER MANUAL FOR MOBILE VIEWER .........................

115

8.1

Log-In page ........................................................................................................... 115

8.2

Monitoring page ..................................................................................................... 115

TROUBLE SHOOTING .............................................................

117

AVAILABLE HDD ......................................................................

119

COMPATITABLE CD/DVD LIST ...............................................

120

SPECIFICATION........................................................................

120

-16CH HDVR(480L), -8CH HDVR(240M), -4CH HDVR(120H) .......................................... 120

16CH HDVR(240C), 8CH HDVR(240L) ............................................................................ 123

PRODUCT SIZE ........................................................................

126

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KEY FEATURES

Monitoring Screen

Supprots real live video with high resolution per each channel and variable display mode.

 Real H.264 Video

 Varianble display mode

-16CH HDVR(480L) : 1/4/9/10/16 channel mode

-8CH HDVR(240M) : 1/4/9 channel mode

-4CH HDVR(120H) : 1/4 channel mode

-16CH HDVR(240C) : 1/4/9/10/16 channel mode

8CH HDVR(240L) : 1/4/9 channel mode

Auto Switching

-16CH HDVR(480L) : Composite x 2, DVI x 1

-8CH HDVR(240M) : Composite x 2, DVI x 1

-4CH HDVR(120H) : Composite x 2, DVI x 1

Audio Recording

Supprots real-time audio input and recording

 Simultaneous 4ch audio input & recording available

Input : 4Ch, Output : 1ch (Rear) 

 Simultaneous audio recording and playback available

-16CH HDVR(240C) : Composite x 2, VGA x 1

- 8CH HDVR(240L) : Composite x 2, VGA x 1

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Recording

It supports max. 480ips/-16CH HDVR(480L), 240ips/-8CH HDVR(240M), -16CH

HDVR(240C), 120ips/8CH HDVR(240L), -4CH HDVR(120H) recording at High-Resolution

(H.264) and available to record max. 5 seconds before triggering an event. Also, convert function is available protecing privacy.

 H.264 Video recording with High-Quality

-16CH HDVR(480L) : CIF(360x240) 480ips

-8CH HDVR(240M) : 2CIF(704x240) 240ips

-4CH HDVR(120H) : D1 (704x480) 120ips

-16CH HDVR(240C) : CIF(360x240) 240ips

- 8CH HDVR(240L) : CIF(360x240) 240ips

Supprots manual & schedule recording

Video loss detection

Supprots archiving event list(Sensor, Video Loss,

Motion detection, Text)

Available record Max 5 seconds before triggering an event per  each channel

Search/ Playback

It supports variable and convenient functions for search & playback

 Play back by time, date, Channel

Easy and convenient search using mouse

Pre/post search from a freeze frame

Play back by Event (Sensor, Video Loss, Motion Detection, Text)

Easy & convenient search using Remote Controller & Jog/

Shuttle (except -16CH HDVR(240C), 8CH HDVR(240L))

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Back up device

It is available to backup to DVD-R, CD-R, USB memory by user’s choice.

(-16CH HDVR(240C), 8CH HDVR(240L) is available as an option.)

 Supprots various back up device : DVD-R, CD-R, USB memory

 Extention HDD Storage (External extention Storage device)

Network

It supports variable network like LAN, XDSL and easily control from remote site using PC cliet viewer.

 E-mail notification thru. TCP/IP, DHCP in case of triggering an

 event

Live monitoring form remote site (Whole screen or available to select quad screen)

Available to playback, recording, search and DVR management thru. network viewer in PC

Available to record, search & playback by time from remote site.

Supprots 10/100Mbps Ethernet/xDSL

Multiple DVR connection

Etc.

Supports User friendly GUI and mouse function

Easy and simple firmware upgrade thru. USB memory

Recorded data back up thru. USB port

PTZ Control (SPEED DOME), PRESET fucntion

Available to control up to 16 DVRs with one remote controller

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Install Manual

1. Feature

1.1 Supplied Accessories

Unpack and check all the items as below

1.1.1. 16CH HDVR(480L)/8CH HDVR(240M)/4CH HDVR(120H) Series

AC Cord, Remocon, Setup CD, SATA Cable, HDD Fixing Screw, Quick Guide

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1.1.2. 16CH HDVR(240C)/8CH HDVR(240L) Series

AC Cord, Remocon, Setup CD, SATA Cable, HDD Fixing Screw, Quick Guide

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1.2.

Description & Function

1.2.1. Front

1.2.1.1. 16CH HDVR(480L)/8CH HDVR(240M)/4CH HDVR(120H) Series Front

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Item

DVD-Multi (For

Back up)

2 Channel Button

REC LED

COPY LED

3 HDD LED

NETWORK LED

EVENT LED

4 Power

5 USB port

6 REC

7 Multi

8 SEQ

9 Copy

10 Search

11 PTZ

12 Func

13 Relay

Description

Back up use for recorded data by DVD/CD media

To select video input channel

Displays recording status

Displays copy status

Displays HDD running.

Displays network connection

Displays event detection

Turn on/ off power

Use connecting USB memory or Mouse

To start or stop manual recording

To change DVISION in live or playback mode

To run or stop user sequence

To enter copy mode

To enter search mode

To start PTZ function or stop

To enter function mode

Manual On/Off button for relay

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14 Mon

15 Menu

16 ESC

18 ◀ /REW

19 ▶ /FWD

20 ▲/Pause

21 ▼/Stop

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Jog/ Shuttle

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To change Monitor/ Stop

To enter menu

To escape from menu or close pop-up window

To enter playback mode or select menu

To move or select in menu and change replay speed to reverse direction in playback mode

To move or select in menu and change replay speed to forward direction in playback mode

To move or select in menu and pause live/ replay video

To stop replay in playback mode

STEP function control, Playback direction change,

Playback speed control

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1.2.1.2. 16CH HDVR(240C)/8CH HDVR(240L) Series Front

Item

1

DVD-Multi (For

Back up)

2 Channel Button

REC LED

3

COPY LED

HDD LED

NETWORK LED

EVENT LED

4 Power

5 USB port

6 REC

7 Multi

8 SEQ

9 Copy

10 Search

11 PTZ

12 Func

13 Relay

14 Mon

15 Menu

16 ESC

Description

Back up use for recorded data by DVD/CD media

To select video input channel

Displays recording status

Displays copy status

Displays HDD running.

Displays network connection

Displays event detection

Turn on/ off power

Use connecting USB memory or Mouse

To start or stop manual recording

To change DVISION in live or playback mode

To run or stop user sequence

To enter copy mode

To enter search mode

To start PTZ function or stop

To enter function mode

Manual On/Off button for relay

To change Monitor/ Stop

To enter menu

To escape from menu or close pop-up window

To enter playback mode or select menu

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18 ◀ /REW

19 ▶ /FWD

20 ▲/Pause

21 ▼/Stop

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To move or select in menu and change replay speed to reverse direction in playback mode

To move or select in menu and change replay speed to forward direction in playback mode

To move or select in menu and pause live/ replay video

To stop replay in playback mode

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1.2.2. Rear

1.2.2.1. 16CH HDVR(480L)/8CH HDVR(240M)/4CH HDVR(120H) Series

REAR

번호 Input/ Output name

1 Ground

2 CH1~16

3 Loop out

4 Monitor/ Spot

5 Audio Input(RCA)

6 Audio Output

7 Ethernet

8 eSATA

9 DVI OUTPUT

10 RS-232C D-Sub

11 Termination Ohm

12 Relay/Serial

13 Sensor IN

Descrtiption

Ground between DVR & external device

BNC input for camera connection

16CH HDVR(480L) : 16EA, 8CH HDVR(240M) : 8EA,

4CH HDVR(120H) : 4EA

BNC output(Loop) for camera connection

BNC connection for monitor output

RCA connection for Audio input

Speaker output terminal

For network connection (RJ-45) eSATA external storage connection

Output for DVI monitor connection

Text equipment, Keyboard connection

Termination Ohm for Com2, Com3

Connection for Relay and Serial(RS-485)

Input for external sensor

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번호 Input/ Output name

1 Ground

14 FAN

15 Power connector

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Descrtiption

Ground between DVR & external device

Cooling system against over heating

Socket for AC100V~AC240V power cord

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1.2.2.2. 16CH HDVR(240C)/8CH HDVR(240L) Series REAR

번호 Input/ Output name

1 Ground

2 Power connector

3 CH1~16

4 Monitor/ Spot

5 Audio Input(RCA)

6 Audio Output

7 Ethernet

8 RS-232C D-Sub

9 VGA OUTPUT

10 Termination Ohm

11 Relay/Serial

12 Sensor IN

Descrtiption

Ground between DVR & external device

Socket for AC100V~AC240V power cord

BNC input for camera connection

16CH HDVR(240C) : 16EA, 8CH HDVR(240L) : 8EA

BNC connection for monitor output

RCA connection for Audio input

Speaker output terminal

For network connection (RJ-45)

Text equipment, Keyboard connection

Output for VGA monitor connection

Termination Ohm for Com2, Com3

Connection for Relay and Serial(RS-485)

Input for external sensor

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1.2.3. REMOTE CONTROLLER

It is available to use all functions of DVR. If several DVR are set with unique ID numbers, they can be controlled with one remote controller. To use remote controller, it is necessary to set ID first which want use. Keep pressing ID button repetedely (Up to Max. 16 times) and use it matching DVR & ID.

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4

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No.

1

2

Iten

ID

LOCK

COPY

BACKUP

RELAY ON

RELAY OFF

SEQ

MULTI

ZOOM

Description

To select Remote Controller ID

Not use

To indicate copy menu, copy recorded data to USB

Not use

To manually ON

To manually OFF

Auto sequencing

To change division

To run digital zoom

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14

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16

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24

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SEARCH

CHANNEL BUTTON

SELECT

+10

FN1

FN2

MENU

To indicate search menu

To select channel

Not use

In case of selecting over 10

(+10 + 1)

Not use

Not use

Covert to menu screen

HELP

◀ /REW

▶ /FWD

▲/PAUSE

Not use

Move setting menu to left direction/REW

Move setting menu to right direction/FWD

Move setting menu to top direction/PAUSE

ENTER/PLAY

ENTER

EXIT

FAST REWIND( ◀◀ )

REWIND PLAY( ◀ )

FORWARD PLAY( ▶ )

Move setting menu to bottom direction/STOP

Menu selection/Playback

To select menu

To cancel setting, escape from menu

Speedy replay to reverse direction

Replay to reverse direction

Repleay to forward direction

FAST FORWARD

( ▶▶ )

Speedy replay to forward direction

STOP( )

STEP REVERSE( ◀ l)

To stop replay

Replay to reverse direction by each frame

STEP FORWARD (l ▶ ) Replay to forward direction by each frame

PAUSE(ll)

P/T

LOAD PRESET

To freeze playback

PAN/TILT Control

To read preset

AUX ON Auxiliary ON

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2.1 Installation and Connection

2.1.1 Connecting & Running

2.1.1.1 Connecting camera

Connect CCTV camera to DVR with BNC cable as below

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[16CH HDVR(480L)/8CH HDVR(240M)/4CH HDVR(120H)] [16CH HDVR(240C)

16CH HDVR(240L)]

- The video type for all channels should be either NTSC or PAL, not be combined both

- DVR sets video signal’s impedance (75Ω) automatically. Impedence is set as 75 Ω basically. If connecting a dvice to video output, impedance will be “Hi-z” status.

- Video Type (NTSC/PAL) should be changed after booting DVR. The order of camera recognition follows ch1 through Ch16 camera amd 1 st

recognized camera type leads other camera type.

2.1.1.2 Connecting monitor

Connect CCTV monitor to DVR with BNC cable as below.

Will be able to connect BNC, DVI and VGA.

[16CH HDVR(480L)/8CH HDVR(240M)/4CH HDVR(120H)] [16CH HDVR(240C)/

8CH HDVR(240L)]

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2.1.1.3 Connecting Audio

Connect audio signal to DVR with using RCA cable or D-SUB as below;

[16CH HDVR(480L)/8CH HDVR(240M)/4CH HDVR(120H)] [16CH HDVR(240C)/

8CH HDVR(240L)]

2.1.1.4 Supplying Power

Connect power cable as below;

[16CH HDVR(480L)/8CH HDVR(240M)/4CH HDVR(120H)] [16CH HDVR(240C)/

8CH HDVR(240L)]

- When supplying power, DVR starts booting automatically.

- In order to cut off power, press power switch on DVR front during 5 seconds, then select

“YES” after appearing a pop-up window.

- For supplying power again, push the Power button.

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[16CH HDVR(480L)/8CH HDVR(240M)/4CH HDVR(120H)] [16CH HDVR(240C)/

8CH HDVR(240L)]

]

2.2 Running OSD menu

2.2.1 OSD menu configuration

Press [MENU] in keypad of front to open configuration menu as below;

(1) Main Menu : The selected tab is show in bright color and the related sub-menu will be shown left- below the tab. To move to the previous/next tab, use the [ ◀ / ▶ ] arrow buttons. To move to a sub-menu press the [Enter] key.

(2) Sub-menu : The selected sub-menu is shown as tab title and the related setting will be shown. To move to the previous/next tab, use the [ ◀ / ▶ ▲/▼] arrow buttons. To move to the related setting press [Enter]. To move to upper main menu, press [ESC] button.

(3) Setting page : The selected tab is shown as orange, To move to the previous/next tab, use the [ ◀ / ▶ ] or [▲/▼] arrow button and press [Enter] key for value setting. Whn setting value is a word, a dialogue box to edit the word will be open. When setting value is number, it should be set with using [ ◀ / ▶ ] or [▲/▼]. Press [ESC] button when the value is set and also [ESC] button

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2.2.1.1 Dialogue box to edit a word

Dialogue box to edit a word is image shown as below; It is available to input both word and bumber.

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Keep pressing [▲/▼], [ ◀ / ▶ ] arrow button until the word is looking for and press Enter. In case of deleting input word press [  ], spacing words press [  ] button. To exit from dialogue box, press [Enter] after finishing word input.

2.2.2 Setting remote controller

2.2.2.1 Setting ID of DVR

When controlling several DVRs with one remote controller, set Remote Control ID as follws;

(1) Press the [MENU] button

(2) [ ▶ ] Select “system” with using [ ▶ ] arrow button and press [Enter] or [▼] button

(3) [▼] Select “Utility” with using [ ▶ ] arrow button and press [Enter] button.

(4) Select “Remote Control ID” and press [Enter]

(5) [ ◀ / ▶ ] Select a value using [ ◀ / ▶ ] arrow buttons and press [ESC]

(6) Press the [ESC] button to return to the monitor mode.

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Up to 16DVRs can be controlled with a single remote controller.

When not using remote controller, set the Remote Control ID as “Off”

2.2.2.2 Selecting ID

If several DVRs are with unique ID numbers, they can be controllerd with one remote controller.

To select a specific DVR, keep pressing the ID button of remote controller until a buzzer sounds during 2 seconds.

2.2.2.3 Operaable range of remote controller

2.2.2.4 Loading the batteris into the remote controller

Remote controller required two AAA-type batteries. Please, refer the following installation step.

2.Taking care the the poles

1. Remove the battery cover

2.2.3.1

(+/-) are correctly positioned.

2.2.3 Install examples

Basic configuration

3. Replace the battery cover

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[16CH HDVR(480L)/8CH HDVR(240M)/4CH HDVR(120H)]

[16CH HDVR(240C)/8CH HDVR(240L)]

2.2.3.2 Advance configuration

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[16CH HDVR(240C)/ 8CH HDVR(240L)]

2.2.3.3 External storage & Back up configuration

[16CH HDVR(480L)/8CH HDVR(240M)/4CH HDVR(120H)] [16CH HDVR(240C)/

8CH HDVR(240L) ]

2.2.3.4 Internet/ Intranet configuration

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2.2.4 Basic Setting

2.2.4.1 Viewing Image

When power is on, eDVR starts automatically and displayed in basic 16ch-split screen after booting.

<Reference>

If user password is set, a prompt for entering the password will be appeared. Factory default is reserved as not responding keypad on DVR front (It is not from factory default).

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- Press [MENU] button and select “ System” when OSD menu is appeared.

- Select“Date/Time”and press [Enter] button.

Time Zome

(1) Select “Time Zone” using [ ◀ / ▶ ] or [▲/▼] arrow button and press [Enter] button.

(2) [ ◀ / ▶ ] Select “Time Zone” using [ ◀ / ▶ ] arrow button and press [ESC] button.

Daylight saving

(1) Summer Time is only activated for Time Zine that uses Daylight savings.

(2) Select “Daylight Saving”using [ ◀ / ▶ ] or [▲/▼] arrow button and press [Enter] button.

(3) Select On/Off using [ ◀ / ▶ ] arrow button and press [ESC] button.

NTP

(1)Select NTP Function

(2)Select “Client or Server or Both” using [ ◀ / ▶ ] or [▲/▼] arrow button and press [Enter] button.

(3)Select “Public or Both” using [ ◀ / ▶ ] arrow button and press [ESC] button on ‘Client or Both’mode.

(4) Enter ‘Server IP address’ when you set the next server as Local.

(5) Set Server and Communicate cycle with Interval.

Date Format

(1) Select “Date Format” using [ ◀ / ▶ ] or [▲/▼] arrow button and press [Enter] button. Select a value using [ ◀ / ▶ ] arrow button from YYYY/MM/DD, MM/DD/YYYY, DD/MM/YYYY.

(2) Press [ESC] after finshing value setting.

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Time

(1) Select “Time” using [ ◀ / ▶ ] or [▲/▼] arrow button and press [Enter] button.

(2) Select Date, Time using [ ◀ / ▶ ] arrow button and set value using [▲/▼] arrow button.

(3) Press [ESC] after finshing value setting.

Apply

Most setting values are appled automatically, when exiting form the related menu page. But

“Date” & “Time” setting are not applied automatically because they may critically affect the file system of the recorded HDD. To apply Date/ Time settings confirm with [Apply Date/Time] buttons.

(1) Select “Apply Date/ Time” using [ ◀ / ▶ ] or [▲/▼] arrow button and press [Enter]. Then, a warning message will be appeared as below image;

(2) Select using [ ◀ / ▶ ] or [▲/▼] arrow button and select “YES”, then, press [ENTER] button.

To cancel, press [ESC] button.

2.2.4.3 Record Setting

Select “Record” pressing menu button in front.

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Program Setting

Set resolution, frame rate, quality by each channel that user want record in “Program” of record menu.

Schedule Setting

Set recording mode as “Scheduel & Event” and set by date/ time.

Checking method for recording

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If recodrding setting is finished correctly, “REC LED” in front is flickering. In addition, it is marked [S] indicating that all channels are recroding.

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2.3 Connecting and configuring DIO ports

2.3.1 Wire Handling

When connecting a wire to a terminal block, follow the instruction below. Not the different types of wire that can be used.

- Standard wire : Pie off the wiring cover 8~10mm and solder it. Wire gage should

AWG 22~26.

- Sold wire : Peel off the wiring cover 8~10mm and solder it.Wire gage should be AWG 20~26

2.3.2 Inserting & removing wire

To insert & remove wire in Terminal Block, use a screwdriver in the diagram to the below;

2.3.3 Connecting and configuring sensor

2.3.3.1 Specification

In order to run sensor input DVR normally, the following conditions are required.

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Input Ch Transistor input

-16CH HDVR(480L). -16CH HDVR(240C) : 16EA,

-8CH HDVR(240M), 8CH HDVR(240L) : 8EA

-4CH HDVR(120H) : 4EA Spec

Input type N.C, N.O supprt

Supported sensor Dry contact sensor

Way of connecting Connecting the trimmed wire to terminal block

Available

Performance pulse range

Output current input Minimum 500ms

Typical DC 12mA

Connecting sensor input

Connect S1 ~ S16(S8. S4) with referring the following image. It shows to connect a dry contact

(Please refer “Wire Handling”).

[16CH HDVR(480L)/8CH HDVR(240M)/4CH HDVR(120H)] [16CH HDVR(240C)/

8CH HDVR(240L) ]

Setting Sensor

(1) Press [Menu] button and select “Event” when OSD menu is appeared.

(2) Move to sub menu pressing [Enter] or using [▼] button and select [Enter]

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All sensor

It is used when setting for all sensors and set Off, or Normal Open (N.O.) / Normal Close

(N.C.) type.

(1) Select All and set type.

Each sensor

It is used when setting for each sensor and set selecting each sensor.

(1) Select sensor and press [Enter] button.

(2) Select sensor that user want set and set type

(3) Press [ESC] after finishing value setting.

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2.3.3.2 Connecting relat and setting

Specification

In order to run relay output of DVR normally, the following conditions are required.

Output Ch. 2EA relay outputs

SPEC Output type

Connecting type

Dry contact

Connect the trimmed wire to terminal block

Perfromance

DC

AC

30V 1A

125V 0.5A

Connecting relay out

Connect R1 ~ R2 with referring to the following images, it shows to connect a warning light.

Please refer the “Wire Handling”.

[16CH HDVR(480L)/8CH HDVR(240M)/4CH HDVR(120H)] [16CH HDVR(240C)/

8CH HDVR(240L) ]

Relay setting

It is available to run relay selecting from sensor, motion detection, Video Loss which is normal event source and Disk error, Disk full, authentication fail, WRS registration fail which is system event source. Also, user can set working condition by schedule. In case of using control center thru. network, realy could be run from remotely.

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2.3.3.3 Connecting serial port

Configuring serial ports for Pan/Tilt/Zoom

If DVR supports thru. COM port, it is available to connect PTZ camera and control it. For a list of supported protocols, please refer to the list on the OSD configuration menu. The following figure shows how to connect PTZ camera to RS485 (COM2/COM3). When using another serial port, connect it with referring to each connection diagram below.

Please refer the “Wire Handling”.

[16CH HDVR(480L)/8CH HDVR(240M)/4CH HDVR(120H)] [16CH HDVR(240C)/

8CH HDVR(240L) ]

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Serial communication port diagram

COM1 Connection (RS-232)

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COM2/COM3 Connection (RS-485)

Available PTZ is same as below table.

Model Name

Keyboard KBD300A, WGI SPD1800/2600

WKC-100 Keyboard

BOSCH AutoDome, TC8560X-4

PELCO(P), PELCO(D)

Sony EVI-D3x

VT VPT-4x

AD SpeedDome

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Webgate

Bosch

Pelco

Sony

VT

AD

Manufacturer

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Samsung SCC641

Sungjin

Samsung Electric

Panasonic

Panasonic WV-CS850

SDZ160/330, Samsung SPD,

Samsung Techwin

Keyboard SCC3000, Samsung SRX-100B

LG GAC-PT2

Merit-Lilin FastDome

Elmo PTC200C

Canon VC-C4

HTC-230S

Honeywell 755/655, HRX-2000, ScanDome2

RVision

Elbex

VIDO

VICON

Hunt

ORX-1000

Fine CRR-1600

Tokina

Kodicom KRE

Nuvico

LG

Merit

Elmo

Canon

Dongyang Unitech

Honeywell

RVT

Elbex

VIDO

Vicon

Hunt

Sysmenia

LiveEye

Tokina

Kodicom

Nuvico

Serial Setting

You can set up both serial port and PTZ from remote menu under network menu.

From serial setting, you can set protocol, port, baudrate, parity bit, stopbit and databit.

After completed serial setting, select desired channel from camera menu, and setting up PTZ

Home, PTZ Idle Time, PTZ Port, and PTZ address.

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2.3.3.4 Connection to external device via Seria port

Text input device connection (ATM / POS / Access Control)

Using COM1/RS232, TEXT DATA can be recorded with synchronizing POS/ATM.

Like above picture, connect COM1/RS232 (9pin D-Sub) in Device menu and configure Serial and Text.

Serial (COM1) Setup

(1) Select “Device” in OSD menu and move to sub menu.

(2) Seleting COM1 and configure “Text”in Device

(3) Setup the value of Baud Rate/Parity/Stop bit/Data bit with the device.

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Text Set up

(1) Select “Deice” on OSD, and move to sub menu.

(2) Select “Text”and configure relevant text information

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<Reference>

Since external device can not be recognized, before installing, please, ask to the shop.

2.3.3.5 USB Device Connection

USB port is for the simple video copy (within 1 hour) on USB Flash memory. Its recommended specification is same as below.

USB Spec.

Device

Voltage/electric current

Ver 2.0

USB Memory Stick,

Max. 200mA per DC 5V / Port

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8CH HDVR(240L)]

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<Reference>

It should be formatted by FAT32.

In case of normal connection, if executing Copy menu, disk will be recognized same as below and Set copy range  Select Drive  Execute Copy.

[CD/DVD Copy]

Select the channel to copoy

[RE4 Copy]

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[AVI Copy]

<Reference>

A USB Flash memory which should install additional program on Windows OS, can not be recognized.

2.3.3.6 Video In/Out connection

Video Input/Output is Loop through and check the connectivity automatically and set end resistance.

For instance, if connected by Video input, end resistance is configured by75Ω and if

Video in/output is same, it will be Hi-z mode. Therefore, in case that Input/Outut are connected at the same time, end resistance of device receving output should be configured by 75Ω.

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2.3.3.7 Audio In/Out connection

There are 4 RCA Audio Input and 1 RCA output.

2.3.4 HDD

※ Please, refer to Appendix for available HDD list

2.3.4.1 HDD registration and format

After mounting HDD and booting system, “Disk Manager” will execute automatically.

If not, please, check the connectivity of HDD.

(1) Press [Enter] button in “Disk Manager”

(2) Using [▲/▼] Key, select new HDD(Displayed [No] on Enabled item) and press [Enter]

(3) If you see the message for format, select [Yes].

(4) Press [ESC] and escape from “Disk Manager”

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2.3.5 Remote monitor and control

Via Internet/Intranet, in remote site, user can access with PC.

2.3.5.1 Ethernet connection

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8CH HDVR(240L)]

(1) Cut Power.

(2) Connet Ethernet cable to DVR and Hub.

(3) Input Power.

<Reference>

To protect DVR demage, after connecting Ethernet cable, input Power.

Please, check Ethernet cable connection firmly.

Input power on DVR and check their connectivity.

2.3.5.2 Network configuration

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Ethernet

Set type as Ethernet and input IP, Netmask,Gateway, DNS.

The way to input is using directional key or mouse wheel.

PPPoE

Set type xDSL, and move to xDSL menu.

First, change Ethernet Port

Please, input ID and Password for PPPoE.

WRS

After changing interval over 1 min, register WRS address and product and input Group ID.

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User Manual

3 Menu Use

3.1 Menu Structure

The menu structure will be shown like below image, and each menu setting method descriped from chapter 4 to chapter 6.

3.2 Function Menu

To execute Function menu, click the right button of mouse or select ‘FUNC’ button on front panel. The Function menu can be controlled by mouse.

Each function can be executed by clicking right button of mouse and click desired icon.

The Function menu also can be controlled by front part of DVR’s buttons.

Please refer to below picture for the Function menu structure.

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3.3 Factory Reset

In order to reset value to factory value, go to System Setting->System->Setting, and once press

Factory Reset then the warning message will be appear, click “Yes” to reset the DVR value to factory.

Default Value from Factory

System

Date

Time

/

Time Zone

Daylight Saving

NTP Function

Sync With

NTP

UTC 00:00 Dublin

Off

Korean

Off

NTP Mode Client

NTP Server Public

Loc.

NTP Local 0.0.0.0

Server IP

Interval 1(hour)

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Disk

User

Setup

Utility

Network

Network xDSL

WRS

Type

DHCP

IP addr

Net Mask

Gateway

DNS1

Additional DNS

Port

Band Width

Limit(Mbps)

User ID

Password

Status

Interval

URL

Holiday Select

Date Format

Time

Over Write(Auto

Deletion)

Block Playback

Disk Full Alarm

Warning

Disk Manager

Disk Status

DVR Alias

DVR Keyboard ID

Remote Controller

ID

Language

Firmware Update

System Log

Factory Reset

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UTC 00:00 Dublin

No

MM/DD/YYYY

On

Off

50 o

C

>>

>>

No Password used

DVR0

1

All

English

>>

>>

>>

Ethernet

Off

Default IP

Default Net Mask

Default Gateway

0.0.0.0

>>

80

0.0

Guest

***** xDSL not connected

Off www.webgateinc.com

Group

Status

Newbie

Not Registerd

Device

Camera

Monitor

Audio

Text

Camera Number

Name

Status

Type

Color

AGC

Bright

Contrast

PTZ

Ch1

Cam 1

On

NTSC

Color

PTZ Home

Enable

0

0

Off

PTZ

Time

PTZ Port

Idle 5

None

Monitor

Alarm Pop-up(Sec)

User Sequence

Configuration

PTZ Address 0

Off

<<

SEQ Time(Sec)

Covert

5

>>

Multi Moce

VGA Mode

Infor Level

Audio Channel

Audio Recording

Audio Gain

Sync Video Channel

Audio Mix

Recording

Sync Test With

Device

Seek Header

Header 1

Header 2

Off

4E, >>

800x600@56Hz

>>

Ch1

Manual

Off

Header1

Header2

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Serial

Delimiter

Timeout(ms)

Lines

Serial Port

Device

Interface

Baud Rate

Parity Bit

Stop Bit

Data Bit

0D0A

1000

20

Com1

Non

RS232

9600

None

1

8

Event

Event

Motion

Sensor

Preset

Record

Event Check

Event Action

Action Duration

Normal Event

Source

System

Source

Event

MD

Sensivity

Area

Sensor

Channel Mumber

Preset

Record

Record Mode

Program

Event Duration

Playback

Deinterlace

Normal

Program

Event

Always

Relay1

10 Sec

>>

>>

All

2

Set All

All, N.O.

Ch1

Sensor1, Preset1

Manual & Event

ProgramK

>>

On

Resolution All D1

Frame Rate All 6

Quality

Resolution

All Q5

All D1

Frame Rate All 6

Quality All Q5

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Program initial value

8CH HDVR(240L)

Record mode

Division

A

B

C

D

Res

D1

D1

D1

Half

E

F

G

Half

Half

CIF

H

I

CIF

CIF

-16CH HDVR(240C)

Record mode

Division Res

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

D1

D1

D1

Half

Half

Half

CIF

H CIF

I

-4CH HDVR(120H)

CIF

Record mode

Division Res

A

B

C

D

D1

D1

D1

Half

Normal

Fps

7

4

2

15

7

4

30

15

7

Normal

Fps

4

2

1

7

4

2

15

7

4

Normal

Fps

30

15

7

30

Q5

Q5

Q5

Q5

Q

Q5

Q5

Q5

Q5

Q5

Q5

Q5

Q5

Q5

Q5

Q

Q5

Q5

Q5

Q5

Q

Q5

Q5

Q5

Q5

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Half

Half

CIF

CIF

CIF

Res

D1

D1

D1

Half

Event

Fps

7

4

2

15

7

4

30

15

7

Res

D1

D1

D1

Half

Half

Half

CIF

CIF

CIF

Event

Fps

4

2

1

7

4

2

15

7

4

Res

D1

D1

D1

Half

Event

Fps

30

15

7

30

Q

Q5

Q5

Q5

Q5

Q5

Q5

Q5

Q5

Q

Q5

Q5

Q5

Q5

Q5

Q5

Q5

Q5

Q5

Q5

Q

Q5

Q5

Q5

Q5

E

F

G

Half

Half

CIF

H

I

CIF

CIF

-8CH HDVR(240M)

Record mode

Division Res

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

D1

D1

D1

Half

Half

Half

CIF

H CIF

I

-16CH HDVR(480L)

CIF

Record mode

Division Res

A

B

C

D

D1

D1

D1

Half

E

F

G

H

I

Half

Half

CIF

CIF

CIF

Normal

Fps

7

4

2

15

7

4

30

15

7

Normal

Fps

15

7

4

30

15

7

30

15

7

15

7

30

15

7

Q5

Q5

Q5

Q5

Q5

Q5

Q5

Q5

Q5

Q

Q5

Q5

Q5

Q5

Q5

Q

Q5

Q5

Q5

Q5

Q5

Q5

Q5

Q5

Q5

Half

Half

CIF

CIF

CIF

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7

30

15

7

Q5

Q5

Q5

Q5

Q5

Res

D1

D1

D1

Half

Half

Half

CIF

CIF

CIF

Res

D1

D1

D1

Half

Half

Half

CIF

CIF

CIF

Event

Fps

15

7

4

30

15

7

30

15

7

Event

Fps

7

4

2

15

7

4

30

15

7

Q5

Q5

Q5

Q5

Q

Q5

Q5

Q5

Q5

Q5

Q

Q5

Q5

Q5

Q5

Q5

Q5

Q5

Q5

Q5

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4 Monitoring

All analog video image channels connected to eDVR is displayed to screen by Power connection. It is to utilize all monitoring mode of DVR.

4.1 Basic Screen

After Power connection, the DVR operates on automately.

It boots with LED on.

After booting, 16 channel screens are displayed.(16CH HDVR(480L), 16CH

HDVR(240C) : 16screens,

8CH HDVR(240M),8CH HDVR(240L):9screens,

4CH HDVR(120H): 4screens)

※ If there is user password set, Password input window will be displayed.

4.2 Single Fll Screen Mode

Press the channel number wanted or click mouse button.

Press [MULTI] button to return to divisional screen.

4.3 Multi Screen Mode

Press [MULTI] for multi channel display or click

“Display” icon from Function menu.

Press [MULTI] button every time, screen mode for 16CH HDVR(480L), 16CH HDVR(240C) is changed to 1~4, 5~8, 9~12, 13~16, 4C, 1~9, 8~16, 1~10, 16 screens, and for 8CH

HDVR(240M), 8CH HDVR(240L) is 1~4, 5~8, 4C, 9screens, and for 4CH HDVR(120H) is

1~4screens.

4A, 4B, 4C, 4E, 9A, 9B, 10A, 16 channel division. (MD800E : 4E, MD400E : not supported).

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4.4 Screen Description

The status bar from monitoring screen, it shows DVR’s current status that included Date/Time,

Record, Motion/Sensor Detection, Manual Record, Text input and HDD’s record capacity.

4.5 Auto Switch Mode

There are System Standard modes and User Defined mode in Auto Switch mode. And Users

Sequence mode operates by the press [SEQ] button.

4.5.1 System Standard Mode

By [Auto] button, it can monitor auto switching of all channels.

Press [MENU] for the setting switching term or using mouse click menu icon from function menu.

Move to “Device”  “Monitor” from OSD menu.

Select “Seq. Switching(sec)” and set value from 1 sec. to 60 sec. At OFF set, auto switch mode does not operate.

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Auto Switch mode can be set in every division mode by the press [Auto] button.

Press [Auto] button once more to leave from Auto Switch mode.

4.5.2 User Sequence Mode

Press [AUTO] button or click [Sequence] icon from Function menu with mouse.

Auto Switch model can be set from “Monitor” main menu.

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User mode can define max. 16 channels.

As shown above picture, the 16ch DVR can be define between channel 1 ~ 16, the 8ch DVR from 1 ~ 8 and the 4ch DVR from 1 ~4.

4.6 Event Screen

When there is an event occurred, the green color [M] and red color [S] will be display from status bar. In case of [M] displayed, the camera name will be turned to green color, and it will turn to yellow when Motion Detection event finish.

In case of [S] displayed, the camera name will be turned to red color, and it will turn to yellow when Sensor event finish.

It can be set to Pop-up automatically relevant screen when alarming.

Set pop-up period can be set into “Alarm Pop-up (sec)” inferior to “Monitor” menu.

At the simultaneous alarming in several channels, it displays the division as many channel as alarmed. For example, when 3 channels alarm, 4 divisions is displayed on screen. And press any button to return orginal channel.

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1. If Alarm Pop-up Hold (sec) set to Off, Alarm Pop-up will not operate.

2. If Alarm Pop-up Hold (sec) set to Keep, it does not return to previous screen before press any button

4.7 Zoom Screen Mode

From single full screen mode, press [FUNC] and D-Zoom button then select + button to activate zooming the image.

Default zoom screen locates to main center when press [ZOOM] button. Zoom image can shift left-right in 18 steps and top-buttom in 12 steps.

Use directonal key button to screen move.

Press [-] one more to return to original screen.

4.8 Pause Live Screen

Live screen can pause like PlayBack.

Press [PAUSE] to pause live screen and press [PAUSE] to return live screen.

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4.9 PTZ Control

Connect PTZ controller to DVR and set relevant protocol from “Serial Setup” menu, then PTZ can operate while monitoring live images.

The method of operating PTZ, press PTZ button from

DVR’s front panel, or click PTZ icon from Function menu.

Below lists are the protocol available in DVR.

Model

BOSCH AutoDome, TC8560X-4

PELCO(P), PELCO(D)

Sony EVI-D3x

VT VPT-4x

AD SpeedDome

SungJin SJ372R1

Samsung SCC641

Panasonic WV-CS850

SDZ160/330, Samsung SPD,

Keyboard SCC3000A, Samsung SRX-100B

LG GAC-PT2

Keyboard KBD300A, WGI SPD1800/2600

WKC-100

Merit-Lilin FastDome

Elmo PTC200C

Canon VC-C4

HTC-230S

RVision

Elbex

Honeywell 755/655, HRX-2000, HTX-3000,

ScanDome2

VIDO

VICON

Hunt

ORX-1000

Manufacturer

Bosch

Pelco

Sony

VT

AD

SungJin

Samsung Electric

Panasonic

Samsung Techwin

LG

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Tokina

Kodicom KRE

Nuvico

LiveEye

Tokina

Kodicom

Nuvico

Press desired channel button.

Press PTZ button from front panel or click PTZ icon from function menu with mouse.

PTZ menu (Pan/Tilt, Zoom/Focus, Load Preset, Save Preset) will be appear.

Then press [Enter] button or click from mouse.

4.9.1 Pan/Tilt

This menu is used to control Pan & Tilt function at real-time monitoring mode.

Select Pan/Tilt from PTZ mode.

Control Pan/Tilt through directional key at front part.

4.9.2 Zoom/Focus

This menu is used to control Zoom & Focus function at real-time monitoring mode.

Select Zoom/Focus from PTZ mode.

Control Pan/Tilt through directional key at front part.

4.9.3 Load Preset

This menu is used to shift to Preset Set at real-time monitoring mode.

Using up / down button or mouse wheel to select the Preset Number.

Once preset configured then select Load and press Enter or click from mouse.

4.9.4 Save Preset

This menu is used to set new Preset at real-time monitoring mode.

Control camera location using ‘Pan/Tilt’ and ‘Zoom/Focus’ menu.

Using up / down button or mouse wheel to select the Preset Number.

Once preset configured then select Save and press Enter or click from mouse.

4.9.5 Auxiliary On

This menu is used to utilize specific function in PTZ device at real-time monitoring mode.

Using up / down button or mouse wheel to select the Aux Number.

Press relevant Number button of specific function (Aux function is available to max 16 functions.)

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4.9.6 Auxiliary Off

This menu is used to stop operation of specific function of PTZ device.

Using up / down button or mouse wheel to select the Aux Number.

Select Off and press Enter button or click from mouse.

4.9.7 Menu

It is to go into connected PTZ’s menu, using up/down/left/right and enter key from front panel for setting the menu, and press ESC button for exit the menu.

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5 Playback

5.1 Playback Mode

5.1.1 Playback on Standard monitor (16 / 9 / 4 division)

Please, push play button in monitoring mode or mouse click play buttion in Function menu.

If pushing Play button or FWD button, video playbacks in forward direction at 1× speed.

If pushing REW button, video playbacks in reverse direcetion at 1× speed.

If pusing Playback button in multi-division monitor mode, it playbacks the recorded data as 16 / 9 / 4 division screen.

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5.1.2 Playback function

PLAY : Playback 1× speed. If using mouse, click Play button in Function menu.

PAUSE

STOP

FWD

REW

Multi channel video will play back if pusing [PLAY] button in monitor mode. And it playbacks from the latest played back.

: Pause playback temporary. With mouse, click Pause button in

Function menu.

: Stop playback. With mouse, click Stop button in Function menu.

: Playback speed will be changed. (x1, x2, x4, x8, x16, x32, x64, x1/2, x1, x2, x4 – in order), If pushing [FWD] button in live view, it plays back video 1 minute ago. Playback speed can be chanbed by pussing

[FWD] button.

: Reverse playback speed will be changed. (x1, x2, x4, x8, x16, x32, x64, x1/2, x1, x2, x4 in order)

If pushing [REW] button in live view, it plays back video 1 minute ago.

Playback speed can be chanbed by pussing [REW] button.

STEP FORWARD : If pushing [FWD] button on Pause mode, playback by each frame to the forward. Push [PLAY] to return normal playback.

STEP REWIND : If pushing [REW] button on Pause mode, playback by each frame to

1/2 REWIND the reverse. Push [PLAY] to return normal playback.

: Play back at a half speed to forward direction.

1/2 FORWARD : Play back at a half speed to reverse direction.

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5.2 SEARCH MODE

This menu is to playback specific time data from the time frame and searching log at Playback mode.

There are Time, Calendar, Event, Thumbnail mode.

Please, push Search button on the front panel or click in Function menu.

5.2.1 Time Search

Select date and time to search and playback video will be moved to the selected point.

Start-REC Time : The date and time of start-recording

End-REC Time : The latest date and time of the recording

Search Time

Search

: Select the range of date and time for Search

: Execution button

5.2.2 Schedule Search

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[16CH HDVR(480L)/16CH HDVR(240C)/8CH HDVR(240L)] [8CH HDVR(240M)]

[4CH HDVR(120H)]

Depends on models, 16CH HDVR(480L), 16CH HDVR(240C) shows the status of recording for

1~16ch, 8CH HDVR(240M), 8CH HDVR(240L) for 1 ~ 8ch, 4CH HDVR(120H) for 1~4ch.

Year

Month

Date

: Select Year to search. With mouse wheel, user can change it.

: Select Month to search. With mouse wheel, user can change it.

: Select Date to search. With mouse, select the date and decide the

Time time by wheel.

: Select the time and push Enter button to plya back.

5.2.3 Event Search

User can search by all channels, some of channels, all events, motion detection, sensor in certain range. For change of date and time, with front panel, plese use top and down button. In case of using mouse, scroll the mouse wheel after selecting area. Searched result will be displayed on additional event window. Select and push enter or scroll the mouse wheel to move to the wanted date and time area.

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Start-REC Time : Starting date and time of the recording.

End-REC Time

Search Start

Time

: The latest date and time of the recording

: Input start date and time for search with direction button and push

Enter and change the value by Up and Down button. With mouse, click and scroll the wheel.

Search end Time : Input end date and time for search with direction button and push

Event Channel

Event Type

Enter and change the value by Up and Down button. With mouse, click and scroll the wheel.

: Select the channel for search

16CH HDVR(480L), 16CH HDVR(240C) from Ch1 to Ch16

8CH HDVR(240M), 8CH HDVR(240L) from Ch1 to Ch8

4CH HDVR(120H) from Ch1 to Ch4

: Select the event type for search

There are all events, motion detection,sensor, video loss, text type

5.2.4 Thumbnail Search

Search certain channel by thumbnail type. If select the searched thumbnail, selected date and time video will be played back.

Channel : Select the channel and change the value by direction key or mouse wheel.

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Start Time

Interval

View video

Select video

: Input the date and time for starting search and change the value using up-down direction key or mouse wheel.

: Set Interval value by Up-down button or mouse wheel.

: If pushing search button, 16 cycles will be shown based on start time.

Press [Func] to return to the search or use mouse wheel.

: Play back from the selected video of thumbnail search result.

With pressing Enter or clicking mouse, use can play back.

5.3 Copy

This is for copying recorded video. There are CD/DVD and RE4 and AVI type.

Copy function is supported to be used by user who has the authorization. For authority configuration, please, refer to 6.9.3 Security.

To use copy function, press [COPY] or Click Copy button in Function menu.

In case to copy with RE4 and AVI format, you need to use USB memory stick or USB HDD.

You must do “Fat32” format first from PC before doing copy.

5.3.1 CD/DVD

This is copy function by using CD or DVD. CD or DVD will be automatically searched.

Type

Channel

From

To

: Selec CD/DVD using up-down direction key or mouse wheel. Press

Enter and scroll wheel to change the value.

: User can select some or all channel among 16channels. Select the channel location and press Enter or use mouse wheel.

: Select start date and time to copy using up-down key or mouse wheel.

: Select end date and time to copy using up-down key or mouse wheel.

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Select Disk

Start

: Select the media to copy using Enter buttonr on Select Disk.

: Start Copy. Press Start button with Enter or click the left button of the mouse.

Please, refer to the supported media list below.

DVD-R manufacturer CD-R Manufacturer

Mitsubishi(×16 recomended)

TDK(×16 recomended)

Imation(×16 recomended)

Sony(×16 recomended)

5.3.2 RE4

Mitsubishi(×52 recomended)

TDK(×52 recomended)

Imation(×52 recomended)

Sony(×48 recomended)

User can back up by HDD, USB memory and play back suing mini-player or Control Center.

Select channel position and press Enter or use mouse wheel to open the channel list like below.

[16CH HDVR(480L)/16CH HDVR(240C)] [8CH HDVR(240M/8CH HDVR(240L),)

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Type

Channel

[4CH HDVR(120H)]

: Select RE4 using up-down button or mouse wheel.

: To pop up the channel selection window, press Enter or use mouse wheel.

Select Channel : use can select some or all channels and after selecting channel, press Enter or click mouse left button.

Start time : Set start date or time to copy. After selecting part for change and set the vaule using up-down key or mouse wheel.

End time

Select disk

Start

: Set End date or time to copy. After selecting part for change and set the vaule using up-down key or mouse wheel.

: Select media to copy. Press Enter on Disk list or click mouse.

: Start copy. Press Enter or click mouse.

Reference : not perfectly finished backup file will not be played back in PC.

5.3.3 AVI

Use USB memory or HDD to copy certain part.

Type

Channel

From

: Select AVI using up-down key or mouse wheel.

: Select the channel to copy by up-down key or mouse wheel.

: Set start date and time to copy. Time and Year by left/right button and date/time by up/down button. With mouse, click left button first and use

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Duration

Select disk

Start wheel.

: Set copy length. Copy as selected time length from the start using up/down key or mouse wheel.

: Select media to copy. Press Enter and select media or click mouse.

: Start copy. Press Enter or click mouse.

Caution : If copied file is not played back, please, install integrated codec first.

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6. Configuration

6.1 Recording Structure

There are 4 modes in DVR recording. Configuration relation structure is like below.

Please, refer to the below each item for detailed recording configuration.

6.2 System Setup

Time and Disk and authority can be configured.

6.2.1 Date/Time

Time set should be configured prior to the recording.

Time configuration is very important to pretect the recording data. Time change on recording is not recommended. Time zone configuration value of factory default is “UTC 00:00 Dublin”

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6.2.1.1 Time Setup

Caution: under recording, if user changes Time, it will affect time change on previously recorded video data in accordance with. Therefore, we recommend backup before time change.

Press Main Menu of Function or [MENU] button on the front panel.

Move to “quick setup” menu.

After selecting “Time” in Quick setup and press [Enter] or click.

Menu of time configuration 6.2 will be opened

To move to the sub menu, use directional key or mouse.

Time zone

Use left/right direction key or mouse wheel. To return to previous menu, press [ESC] or click right mouse button. (It is same as OSD menu)

Daylight saving

This menu is synchronized with time zone configuration menu. It means when daylight saving area is set, this function works. Daylight saving applicable area is all the same with Time zone of Micorsoft Windows.

Date format

With using left/right diection key or mouse wheel, configure date among “MM/DD/YYYY”,

“YYYY/MM/DD”, “DD/MM/YYYY”.

Time

With left/right direction key, use can move to year,month,day,hour in order and each configuration will be controlled by up/down key or mouse wheel.

Apply

User must push “Appl Date/Time” button. And you will see the below message box.

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<Caution>

Except date/time configuration, other configuration records automatically, but

“date/time” configuration influences critical effect to HDD recording file system,

It doesn’t record automatically. To apply the changed value, user must press

[apply] button.

6.2.1.2 NTP Setup

NTP(Network Time Protocol) make time of connected devices synchronized. There are NTP server and client which get time signal from the server.

Sync NTP

Set NTP function on/off.

NTP Mode

Configure NTP mode of DVR – Client / Server / All

NTP Server Loc.

When NTP mode is client, it is on Enable. Configure yes or no wether NTP server is in Local

Network or Public.

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NTP Local server IP

In NTP local server Enable, configure server ip. Input IP address of NTP server or DVR set by

NTP server In local network.

Interval

Configure interval of time sync.

Caution: If use NTP client mode, user must set NTP on.

6.2.2 Disk

It explains how to add or remove or format internal or external HDD.

Over Write(Auto Deletion)

If there is no space in HDD, old data will be deleed automatically.

Block Playback

This function makes recording data seen during the limited area.

For instance, if seting block playback by 2 day(Pic 2) among 10 days, Just allowed 2 days data can be played back.

Disk Full Alarm Warning

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If mounted Disk is full, alarm warning to user.

6.2.2.1 Disk

This is menu for the management of internal or external HDD.

Manage status, bad block, size, Yes or No etc.

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Model

Bad Blk

: display location or type of disk.

Int A (Internal A HDD), Int B (Internal B HDD), Ext (External HDD)

: HDD model name.

: display bad block. In HDD. If no proble, “0” will be displayed. Others are

Size

Enabled

Not shown anything at all.

: Display HDD size by MB unit

: Make HDD enable mode or disable mode.

Yes: enable / No: Disable

In case HDD YES

- Enabled : Press [Enter] in No mode or scroll mouse wheel. Notice window pops up and show user the message like below.

- Caution : This Disk is not available without format. Will you format Disk?

- If selecting No, keep previous data and HDD will be Enable to use.

- If selecting Yes, delete previous data and HDD will be Enable to use.

In case HDD No

- Enabled : In Yes mode, press [Enter] or scroll mouse wheel and notice window pops up and show user the message like below.

-Caution, will you remove Disk?

- If Yes, user will find the message “Disk is removed” on the bottom and Enable status will be No.

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- HDD is not used.

- If No, keep previous HDD without change.

6.2.2.2 Disk Status

Temperature and status of HDD will be shown.

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6.2.3 User Setup

There are administrator and user and administrator can use all functions. The max. number of user is 10 person. Each user can use the function allowed.

Check

If Check item is configured all by X[Check-1], all users can use all functions.

[Check-1] [Check-2]

In the other hand, if all are set by O[check-2], all users can use the functions in accordance with

Each users authority.

For example, as you can see the below picture, User1 can use PTZ, Relay off, power On,

N/mike functions are available, user 2 just can use menu and N/mike functions.

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<Reference>

Admin Password is “12345” in factory default and from user 1 to 10 in order

“11111”,”22222”,.. and user10 is “00000”. In case of 9 channel DVR user, press “0” for figure 0, in case of 16 channel, press button “10”

Password change

Select user  Input password and press change  Press Yes

Password input box is displayed. Password can be input with front figure button or text input window. After inputing 8 digit figure, click “Change” button.

After that, message pop up window will be shown and press “Yes”.

Authority

User can use only authorized functions.

If user 1 has PTZ use authority, when pushing PTZ button, authority check window will pop up and user should inpt the password and if it is correct, user 1 can use PTZ function. If password is wrong, message box “Wrong password” will be displayed.

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[Authority Check]

[Wrong password message]

6.2.4 Utility

Configure the name of DVR, remote controller ID, Language.

DVR Alias

Set the name of DVR.

DVR Keyboard ID

This menu is to set the address of keyboard when using all functions of DVR by keyboard.

Factory default is “1”. If user want to control various DVR by one keyboard, its address should

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Remote Controller ID

Max 16 remote controller ID can be set and one remote controller can manage 16 DVRs.

Registration order for Remote controller.

Make remote controller direction to DVR.

Press ID button and figure in accordance with configured remote controller ID.

If IDs are matached correctly, DVR buzzes.

Use Remote controller.

Language

Select Language to use.

Firmware Update

Can update firmware by USB Memory.

Insert USB memory to USB port.

Press Firmware Update button.

Select [YES] on the pop up window.

System will reboot.

Firmware update is done.

System Log

System Log shows boot status of system and user and configuration etc.

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Factory Reset

Change all configuration value by factory default.

Caution : Only administrator is allowed.

6.3 Network

This is menu for configuring network.

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Type

Configure type of Network (Ethernet/xDSL). If connected to cable modem or Lan directly to DVR, configure by “Ethernet”.

If DVR connects to xDSL- one of PPPoE type, configure xDSL. But if it is not type of PPPoE, configure ‘Etherent’.

DHCP

With DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol), all hosts connected to Lan can get Public IP address temporary.

If LAN has DHCP server and it is active, DHCP server allocate IP address to DVR.

Mostly middle and large network use DHCP server in LAN, but in case of small network,

NAT(Network Address Translation) of HUB is general.

IP Addr

IP Address is for the connection between DVR and Control Center and also for web connectionfrom Webviewer. (But, Net Mask, Gateway should be configured.)

Net Mask

Net Mask makes range of IP address available. It should be received from network administrator.

Gateway

Gateway is necessary to communicate IP, it should be received from network administrator.

DNS1

DNS1 is mandatory item to regist and use SWR and it should be asked to network administrator.

Additional DNS

Additional DNS is alternative when DNS1 has a problem.

Port

Port is necessary for Control Center and Webviewer connection.

Reference : Basic port is 80 and if using PPPoE modem and AP, be careful typing port number.

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Bandwidth

Menu for configuring network data transmission capacity. Without any additional configuration, it works but if user want to set, please, ask for administrator.

6.3.1 xDSL

DVR is connected to xDSL line and use PPPoE type, please change type by xDSL and configure user ID and Password. User ID and Password should be same as xDSL.

User ID/Passwod

Configure user ID and Password.

Status

It shows connection status of DVR.

6.3.2 WRS

If eDVR is connected to Cable modem or xDSL modem, IP address is changed at every connection to ISP. In this case, changed IP address can not be known. If eDVR using static IP register into WRS server, changed IP address can be known easily when it connects to eDVR.

To register Static IP to WRS, please refer the following to set .

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WRS Interval

For continuous registery, register inverval should be set to ‘WRS Interval’. According to set value of static IP address, it renews the information in WRS server regularly. If user registers the interval ‘0’ or eDVR does not transmit any data for 2 days, the data is removed from WRS.

WRS URL

This menu is to set server address to register. WRS addresses that WebGate operates now are www.webgateinc.com or mycam.to.

6.4 Device Setup

This menu is for configuring each camera connected to DVR.

There are [name][Status][Color/balck or white][Brightness][Contrast][PTZ] etc.

Caution : NTSC and PAL camera can not be used at the same time.

If changing the camera from NTSC to PAL, system should be rebooted.

Configured value will be applied to monitoring and search at the same.

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6.4.1 Camera Setup

Select the camera to configure in Channel menu.

6.4.1.1 Title

Configure camera name.

If pressing [Enter] button or click mouse, test menu will be shown.

For text string, text input box will be shown.

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Use directional key for text input.

With mouse, just click the text.

Select the text using up/down and left/right button.

After selecting the text, press [Enter].

To delete the text, press [  ] button.

To make a space between letters, press [  ].

6.4.1.2 Using Channel

Configure wether using camera or not.

After pressing [Enter], select it using left/right key or mouse wheel.

If user wants to enhance the recording or network monitoring speed, please, set the channel disable.

6.4.1.3 AGC (Auto Gain Control)

AGC is the function to control the range of video signal input from carame connected.

Configure Enable/Disable using directional key or mouse wheel.

6.4.1.4 Brightness/Contrast

It can control Brightness and Contrast of video. After press [ENTER], use left/right button or mouse wheel to set the value wanted from each “–9” to “+9”.

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6.4.2 Monitor Setup

Main monitor provides all function which DVR supports and with spot monitor can use single channel conversion.

Covert channel

With Covert menu, user can covert the channel in Live/Playback mode

In Covert menu, all channel list will be shown and press [Enter] buttion and click mouse to tick the channel. Checked channel will not show the video in Live/Playback.

User sequence configuration

User sequence can be edited. There are 16 user sequence mode and its interval is from 1 to

60seconds.

Multi mode

-16CH HDVR(480L), -16CH HDVR(240C) have predefined screen modes. 4E(4channels),

9B(basic 7 channels and additional 2 channels),10A(10 channels). In case of -8CH

HDVR(240M), 8CH HDVR(240L), it can use only 4E(4channels) and -4CH HDVR(120H) doesn’t provide multi mode.

The way to composing

The way to conpose screen is selecting the target and after selecting right window and press

[Enter] button or use mouse. If channel selection is down, press [ESC] button or click mouse light button.

DVI Resolution

There are nine resolutions – 480L, 240M, 120H : 800x600@56Hz, 1024 x 768@60Hz, 1280 x

720@50Hz,1280 x 720@60Hz, 1920 x 1080p60, 1920 x 1080i50, 1920 x 1080i60, 1920 x

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1080RB, 240C, 240L : 800x600@56Hz, 1024 x 768@60Hz, 1280 x 1024@60Hz,

Display information

Display information is to configure which information will be shown on live view and playback view. In live view, time,channel name, event, recording status, HDD, remote controller ID, text can be set and in playback view, time,command,channel name, event, text can be configured.

6.4.3 Audio Setup

With this menu, user can configure Voice Channel, Audio recording, Volume, Synchronization,

Mixing.

Voice Channel

Select audio to use

Recording

Configure yes or no of using audio recording. If no, audio will be out only in live view and if yes,

Audio will be out in both view modes.

Volume

Configure volume by +, - direction

Synchronize Video Channel

Configure which channel is matched with the input audio. But this function is applied only on recording. Audio out in live view will be covered in Voice Mixing below. Default set is Auido no.1 to channel no.1.

Voice mixing

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Select audio in live view. If setting by “All”, input audio will be out in eery channels and if configured certain channel, input audio will be out on the selected channel only.

6.4.4 Text Setup

Configure Text in Device menu.

Recording

Set On/Off of recording against Text input

Sync Text with

Select channel to synchronize with text.

Header check

It has the various type of data input from the external device (Access Control, POS, ATM etc).

Like VSI Pro, VSI Pro Hydra, Star Finger 007, it is not needed when the protocol of these device have implemented on the device. If not, this is the parameter to analyze how the one of data is constructed from the text data that is input continuously.

Namely, all data has the first and the end. Header indicates the information that already inserts to inform its starting. Therefore, Header information is defined here to acknowledge its starting

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Delimiter

Delimiter value can be different according to the manufacturer, please, refer to the product manual or seller.

Time out

Following lines defined here means maximum number of text line from one data. Even if there is standized data, there can be a short and long data. For example, there are 3 lines to write names on ATM. But some may need only First name & Last name to register. Which it means requires only 1 shorter than other ATM users. It is to decide the last line of the one data register as final complete data to save after an hour’s consideration of register later because eDVR can not recognize it automatically.

Lines

Define how many lines will be shown.

Caution : external device can not be recognized, please, ask to the seller.

6.4.5 Serial Setup

DVR has 3 serial port. One is RS-232 and the other 2 ports are RS-485.

Serial Port

Select Serial port.

Device

Select the connected device.

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Interface

Configure which interface user uses.

COM1 is to RS-232C, COM2, COM3 are to RS-485.

Baud rate/Parity/Stop Bit/Data Bit

In put suitable value according to external device.

6.4.5.1 PTZ Setup

Additional configuration for PTZ Address, PoirtPTZ

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PTZ Home

Shift to Preset assigned if it has no movement in certain time while PTZ control .

PTZ Idle Time

If it has no movement during configured time, shift to PTZ Home.

PTZ Port

Select Port for PTZ

PTZ Address

Configure the address configured in PTZ.

6.5 Event Setup

There are 5 items such as event, Text, Sycn Event,Preset, System event.

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6.5.1 Event Check

There are 3 items – Always, not apply, Timezon.

In case of Timezone, with similar configuration window like schedule, user can configure event per weekday/time.

• INDEX : Schedule configuration from 1 to 50

• Weekday

• Time

• Delete : delete INDEX

How to configure

If configuring INDEX,weekday,time, they are displayed on the table.

If clicking and selecting start time and end time of recording on the table, Index,weekday,time will be shown on the table.

How to delete

Select INDEX and click Delete buttion.

If clicking Delete buttion without selecting INDEX, previously selected INDEX will be deleted and from the latest INDEX, it will be deleted in order.

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After selecting INDEX, change directly weekday,time.

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Configuration for Event synchronization.

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Event Action

There are 6 actions – relay 1 to 4, buzz, E-Mail.

Action Duration

Action Duration runs if relay and buzz are configured, and goes on during the configured time. E-mail works by configured time interval.

Normal Event Source

User can configure Sensor, motion detection,V-loss,Text.

Model Sensor MD

16 16 16CH HDVR(480L)

16CH HDVR(240C)

8CH HDVR(240M)

8CH HDVR(240L)

4CH HDVR(120H)

8

4

8

4

V-Loss

16

8

4

Text

1

1

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System Event source

System Event source can configure Bad block, Disk full, Fan error, authorization failure,

WRS registeration failure.

E-Mail

E-mail address

Input E-mail address to get event alarm by E-Mail.

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Sender Address

Not mandatory but necessary for receiver to find out which DVR sends event.

Including Picture

In general event, when sensor, MD, V-loss events are generated, the event information and channel video will be sent to e-mail together.

But system event just send system event information.

6.5.3 Motion Detection

Channel

All or certain channel.

Sensitivity

Sensitivity can be configured from min.1 to max 10.

Area

Select detection area.

User can select all or certain channel.

User Area

When selecting per channel, it can be configured.

1 grid size is 22x15 and factory default value is All. If pushing user area, configuration window for detection area.

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With direction key, select area and press [Enter] or click mouse. And press “ESC” button or click right mouse button, shift to the previous menu.

6.5.4 Sensor

This menu is to setup the existing sensor input and type of sensor.

-16CH HDVR(480L), -16CH HDVR(240C) have 16 inputs and -8CH HDVR(240M), 8CH

HDVR(240L) have 8 inputs and -4CH HDVR(120H) has 4 inputs.

Sensor has 2 types, Normal Open(N.O.) and Normal Close(N.C.).

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6.5.5 Preset

In PTZ function, make configured preset work according to sensor input.

Please, configure preset per PTZ.

After selecing channel in preset menu, select event to work preset.

Event can select sensor,MD,Text, its preset can be configured up to 16.

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6.6 Recording setup

There are 3 mode for recording – schedule recording, manual recording, event recording.

Schedule recroding records according to the configured schedule. And manual recording records via pushing “REC” button and event recording records when events are on.

6.6.1 Program setup

Using [Program], adjust frame rate and quality and resolution and configure recording program for Manual&Event&Schedule.

[16CH HDVR(480L), 16CH HDVR(240C)] [8CH HDVR(240M),8CH HDVR(240L)]

[4CH HDVR(120H)]

In event recording, one channel can record up to its max frame rate and if setting 2 channels as event recording, their recording frame rate will be adjusted automatically.

Program

There are 26 programs from A to Z composing recording quality and resolution per channel.

Please, refer to 3.5 programe configuration value.

CH (Channel)

Display the channel figure.

R (Resolution)

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There are 3 resolutions - D1(704x480), Half D1(704x240), CIF(352x240)

F (FPS)

It means frame per second and can select 1 to 30fps. Max. frame can be changed according to the configuration.

Q (Quality)

There are 5 recording quality - Q5/Q4/Q3/Q2/Q1. Recommended quality for event recording is Q3.

Max R/F

Max R/F shows the number of frame available according to the selected resolution. For instance, if it is set by 30fps at CIF, it means that the channel can record up to 30frame at CIF resolution.

Reference : how to calculate recording performance

D1[704x480] = 2 x Half D1[704x240] = 4 x CIF[352x240]

If 480 frame can be recorded at CIF resolution, instead of it, 240 frames at Half

D1 and 120frames at D1 resolution are possible.

• In case that the channel is configured as disable

Configuration method : Menu > camera configuration > channel : “Disable” – (the channel in gray)

For example, all channels can be configured as 30fps at CIF all the same. If one channel is configured as disable, system has resource avaiable as much as 30fps at CIF. And if conbining it with other 30fps at CIF, other channel can be configured as 30fps at Half D1.

• In case that the channel is configured as 0 fps.

Another channel can not use resource room as much as CIF 30fps. It is because the channel configured as 0 fps needs 2~3fps at least for network..

Reference : the relation in between general recording and event recording.

When Event is triggered, records event recording according to the configured value. Recording

Performance of DVR depends on the product. For example, if MD1600E is set as manual recording at CIF 480fps and event recording at CIF 480fps, it can not be over CIF 480fps.

Therefore, it should be configured within CIF at 480fps resource.

• Event configuration value on CIF 480fps

If you configure recording all channels at CIF 30fps, available event recording confirguration is CIF 30fps, Half 15fps, D1 7 fps.

If you want to configure channel no.1 as D1 30fps, you should adjust the other channel

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• On event recording of multi channel

With mulity channel event recording, if configured recording value is over the system max performance, general reconrding will keep their recording configuration and event recording will be balanced down equally.

6.6.2 Manual/Schedule recording setup

With the change of recording mode, manual recording or schedule recording can be at one’s choic.

And their resolution , frame rate , quality will be in accordance with the program.

6.6.2.1 Manual Recording

Only in manual & event recording, manual recording runs and when pressing [REC] button, recording starts. If you want schedule recording, recording mode should be Schedule & Event.

[16CH HDVR(480L)/8CH HDVR(240M)/4CH HDVR(120H) Series] [16CH HDVR(240C)/

\8CH HDVR(240L)]

6.6.2.2 Schedule Setup

It records according to the programmed schedule automatically. Make recording mode Schedule

& Event and configure day and time.

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• INDEX : Schedule unit from 1 to 50

• Weekday : Set the day applicable

• Program : Set recording program(A~Z)

• Time : Set time applicable

• Cancel : Cancel per INDEX

Configuration

Configure INDEX, weekday, program, time.

If selecting recording start time and end time on the table by mouse, its Index,weekday,program will be displayed.

Deletion

Select INDEX and click Delete button.

If clicking delete button without INDEX, previously selected INDEX will be deleted first and after that, from the largest INDEX in order.

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Edition

Select INDEX to edit and change weekday, program,time directly.

In case that INDEX 50 are all configured, select the time zone to change by mouse click and click the time again, previouse configuartion will be deleted and new configuration will be shown.

Caution : If selecting the same time twice, “!” will be shown on the chart.

When configuring time sector, previously configured time can not be included.

De-interlace

Set playback deinterlace On/Off.

It works on Full Dq recording. In “On” status, screen vibration of paused Full D1 video will be redcued.

6.6.2.3 Event recording setup

Select resolution and frame rate and quality for event recording.

There are 4 trigers – Sensor, Motion detection, Text, Digital input.

First, select the program and check resolution and frame rate and quality of the channel.

(refer to 6.6.1, program configuration)

Event recording can syncro manual&event, Scheduel&Event.

Select among Manual&Event, Schedule&Event in “Recording mode” of [Record configuration]-

[recording]

Reference : Please, check below to configure event recording.

1. Select one of Manual&Event, Schedule&Event.

2. In program configuration, set frame rate by 0 fps in general mode and only configure Event frame rate.

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3. Set Event applying time.

Event Time configuration

Configure time for event recording and there are 3 mode – Always, no use, Timezone.

In “Always”, event works all the time and in “Timezone”, works during configured time.

Configuration of Timezone is similar with schedule configuration and can configure weekday,time for Event.

• INDEX : Set from 1 to 50

• Weekday : Set weekday applicable

• Time : Set time applicable

• Deletion :Delete per INDEX

Configuration

Configured INDEX,weekday,time will be shown at once.

Select recording start time and end time in order and its INDEX,weekday,time will be shown.

Deletion

Select INDEX and click Delete button

If clicking delete button without INDEX, previously selected INDEX will be deleted first and after that, from the largest INDEX in order.

Edition

Select INDEX to edit, and change the values.

In case of being configured by INDEX 50, click and select time to eidt and if clicking the time table again, previous configuartion will disappear and new configuration will be shown.

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7. Web Viewer

WebViewer is Web application program loaded to monitor real-time image or to minitor the images recorded through Web browser to PC located remotely.

WebViewer is divided into Login page and Monitor to do monitoring real-time images, Playback to replay reocorded images.

7.1 System requriement

Minimum Recommendation

CPU

Main Memory

Video Memory

Display

HDD

OS

Intel Pentium 4 / 3.0GHz

1GB

Core2duo E6750 or higher

2GB or higher

128MB 512MB or higher

1280 x 1024 (with 32bit color) or higher

1GB or higher

Windows XP Professional(over SP2) / Window Vista Business( over

SP1)

DirectX 9.0 or higher Others

7.2 Login

After input IP address that set to system, then WebViewer Login page will be connected.

Input the set of User ID & Password, click ‘LOGIN’ to access.

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If didn’t change the password in Control Center, ID and Password will be admin/12345.

ID can not be changed.

7.3 User Setup

To access WebViewer, user authority and password can be changed in DVR or Control Center configuration

In account menu, user password can be changed.

Basic admin password is “12345” and user password is like “11111{“, “22222” ~~, user10 is

“00000”. Valid password is 5 digit.

Authority configuration is almost all the same in DVR and Control Center. But quick recording, backup, audio, yes or no of using channel are only possible in Control Center.

7.4 Browser available

WebViewer is optimized to Windows Internet Explorer 6.0 or higher in PC for smooth use.

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Login page provides manual installation program to use WebViewer function.

PC that access to WebViewer first installs ActiveX to use WebViewer’s function. At this time when installation is not smooth, installation program needs to download from Login Page and install manually.

Caution

When install WebViewer Installer, it must close all program related to Control Center. It might not be efficient to install.

7.5 Monitor

When it is authorized with User ID & Password input at Login page, it moves to

Monitor page. At Monitor page, monitor real time image of cameras connected to

DVR, or it can control PTZ camera, Relay, and use Microphone function according to user’s authorization.

Study introduction of each Monitor part and functions of the page.

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7.5.1 Screen division and changing video position

When access to first Monitor page, it is displayed into 9 division, 16divisions or 32 divisions according to number of channel.

It can to change to 1, 4, 9, 13, 16, 25, 36 divisions by click number on top of page.

Also, it can change to 1 channel mode by click any one of channel image.

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Double click on one of the playback screen to convert in 1 channel mode.

After conversion to 1channel mode, double click on screen to return to previous division channels.

At division screen, it can change screen location.

If 3channel image moves to 6ch, drag 3ch image and drop on 6ch location so as to exchange between 3ch and 6ch image

7.5.2 Move to Playback

Move to playback with clicking the above image.

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7.5.3 Channel On/Off

It is On/Off button for the Channel located to left in page. Click the channel wanted to On or Off.

And Default is On.

7.5.4 Sensor Indication

The icon indicates when sensor occurs in system

When it sensorsed, relevant sensor icon comes to Red, and indicates sensor number of video.

7.5.5 Relay opeartion

It can On or Off Relay of the unit. Click the number button to activate Ralay On, then the incon changes from Blue to Orange color.

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Disabled Relay button refers to do not support and relate to this unit.

Relay is need user’s authority. Refer to user manual in the unit for the setup of User’s authority of Relay.

7.5.6 Using microphone

It can On or Off the use microphone.Default is Off and it is changed from the Blue to Red when click the button for the use Mic.

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7.5.7 Event data

It shows real time event data occurred at the bottom of monitoring page.

Indicated Event data list are as follow..

(Table. Event Icon)

Button Function

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Motion Detect On

Sensor Input

, Relay Output On

, No Video, Video Detected

1.2.1. Video Recording & Save saving

7.5.7.1 Video Recording

During monitoring, it can record max. 10 minutes of video by click Quick Recording button “ ”.

During Quick Recording, recording time is indicated on video.

During video recording, if click Quick Recording button “ ” to stop recording and open the dialogue box to store recorded files. At this time, user can save it to the directory with any file name by user.

Saved recording file is saved into “*.re4” file format. re4 file can playback through Control

Center Playback program or Mini Player program.

7.5.7.2 Saving Video

There are 3 types for saving Video - jpg, bmp, eye, saving means the function to record 1 frame

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To save video, select the channel and click right button of mouse. Ans select “Save As” and point out the location and press Save button.

7.5.8 Using PTZ

Among the icon on top of video on monitoring, click ‘PTZ’ to acitivate interfacing to control Pan,

Tilt, Zoom, and Focus. But, when PTZ camera is connected and ready to set PTZ, the button is acitavated to use the functions.

Pan, Tilt Control

Mouse is on the image and click right button to pop-up menu for the selection or “PTZ” or button. Then it show Cross line on the middle of screen and click image to operate Pan, Tilt. At the middle click Left/Right direction to control Pan, and Click Up/Down direction to control Tilt.

Click as far from the middle to activate Pan/Tilt faster.

Zoom, Focus Control

Move mouse to the edge of left & right to see slide bar for Zoom, Focus.

The unit Area Zoom In available has Zoom Zero operating button. It can Zoom In/Out using slide bar at left of image, left slide bar can control Focus.

Move to Preset

In case of Preset set, Mouse on image press right button for pop-up menu and “Goto Preset” is indicated additionally. When select Preset list, it moves to Preset position selected. Preset should be set up by user in advance.

Activating Auxiliary

In case of Preset set, “Auxiliary” is indicated additionally, and it operates action when select registered menu.

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Reference

Supported PTZ camera list can be refereed to ‘4.8 PTZ manipulation.

7.5.9 Using Audio

In case of Channel setup sync with Audio, press right mouse button on the image to activate pop-up menu to “Listen” or activate Audio listen button. First default is Mute. In case of listening

Audio, select pop-up menu or button. After cancelling mute, control audio volume. It can mix several channels of audio

7.5.10 Closing Video Channel

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Cancel for disconnection of image monitoring by click ‘Close’ at top right on screen, then it comes to black screen.

To reconnect the channel disconnected, it can reconnect relevant channel using ‘Channel

On/Off’ menu.

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7.6 Playback

This page is to playback recorded images, and user who has authority of ‘HDD’ among user ID or administrator can use this function.

Playback that is made up 16 divisions can play the images by searching through calander by recording period and moving the period. It can backup recorded image and also print Pause image or save to Bmp file.

1.2.2. Video Division & Changing Channel

Playback supports 1, 4, 9, and 16 divisional screens. It can select division using menu on tip of page as above picture. 32ch DVR can call the channel using Group moving button as follow.

If screen shows 4 divisions CH1~CH4 and look for next CH5~CH8, it can change the channel with click ‘Next’ button. Press ‘Prev’ button to call for previous channel group CH1~CH4.

7.6.1 Image recording

It can save playback image to BMP file.

Click mouse to channel to save. Dotted line will be surrounding to the selected channel, and click ‘Save’ button.

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Save Iamge dialog box appears, then it can input message or select channel name, date, event data.

Press ‘OK’ to open dialog box for the saving location, then save bmp file.

7.6.2 Printing

Select image with mouse for the channel to print image saved, and then click ‘Print’ button.

Window comes to input Memo, and click ‘OK’ button to print the image through the printer connected.

Print material includes ‘Printing Date’, ‘Channel name’, ‘Recording Date’ ‘Event’, ‘Memo’.

7.6.3 Backup

There are re4(Mulit channel) and avi(single channel) Set From, To time and select the channel for backup

Point out the location for backup. Input in Password/Verify.

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7.6.4 Web Monitor

Click ‘Go’ button at top of page, and it can move Web monitor page.

7.6.5 Channel On/Off

It is the same function like Channel On/Off function at Web Monitor.

It is Channel On/Off button located on right of Page, and click On or Off page for wanted channel. Default is On.

Disabled Channel button refers to do not support and relate to this unit.

7.6.6 Saving time & Checking Rec. Capacity

It indicates total capacity of HDD & remains and shows Starting date & Last date of recording.

Also it shows percentage (%) for HDD capacity.

7.6.7 Searching Calander

Recorded date is abled in black color, and others unrecorded date disabled in grey. Select button after select date & time so as to playback images on the date & time selected.

When click ‘Go To’ button, it indicates for 24hours from the time selected at left bottom. As above picture, it is possible to change the time zone with ‘24h’ button

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7.6.8. Functional function at the buttom of monitor

① Indicates playback range of recorded image.

② Press button as the time set at (5) so as to change the time zone to playback in forwarding and backwarding.

③ From left button, it can ‘Move a frame back’, ‘Play backward’, ‘Stop’, ‘Play’, ‘Move a frame forward’.

④ It is the function to set play speed. After click the button, it can set the play speed ‘0.5x,

1x, 2x, 4x, 16x, 32x, 64x, and All’.

⑤ It is the function to set play area. After click the button, it can select play area ‘10min,

30min, 1hour, 3hour, 6hour, 12hour, 24hour’.

⑥ It can select DirectX use or not. If check DirectX mode, it can play image into Direct

Draw based on graphic card and performance of PC.

⑦ It is the function to set audio play or not, and volume.

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8. User manual for Mobile Viewer

Mobile viewer is viewer service to monitor video via mobile device.

To access mobile viewer, user uses mobile device supporting Wi-Fi or smart phone or 3G.

8.1 Log-In page

Below picture is Mobile viewer log-in page.

To access log-in page via mobile viewer, please, type the address like http://IP/mvmenu.html.

Below image is accessed login page to http://211.53.133.187/mvmenu.html .

To do log-in, please, enter ID/PW and select Resolution and channel number and cycle and push [0] Start View button.

8.2 Monitoring page

This is the page on Log In.

It shows selected channel video and functions right below the screen.

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[0] MENU : Move to Log In page

[1] CH- : Move to the previous channel.

[2] UP : Move to upside of Pan Tilt movement

[3] WIDE : Zoom Out action

[4]  : Move to left side of Pan Tile movement

[6]  : Move to right side of Pan Tile movement

[7] CH+ : Move to the next channel

[8] DN : Move to downside of Pan Tilt movement

[9] TELE : Zoom In action

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Trouble shooting

1. DVR booting failure

1. Check the power

2. Check Power cord

2. No video on monitor

3. Check monitor power

4. Check cable between DVR and monitor

5. Check monitor cable port

6. Check DVR power is off

7. If monitor video is gray mode, check the camera type(NTSC/PAL) and reboot.

3. No video in some of channel

8. Check Camera power

9. Check Camera video input

10. Check DVR input port

11. Check On/Off of Activity configuration of Screen

12. Check Covert configuration of Monitor

4. No recording

13. Check Disk Manager if HDD is mounted or not

14. Check recording configuration

5. No playback

15. Check recording configuration

16. Check button

6. If video is too much bright or dark

17. Check Camera configuration

18. Check and dismantling power calbe near video cable.

19. Check Brightness, Contrast of screen

7. Remote controller is not working

20. Check Remote controller battery

21. Check Remote controller ID

22. Check Remote Controller manipulation

8. If front button is not working

23. Check DVR Power

24. Check Screen Lock

9. If network is not working

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25. Check if Network cable is connected

26. Check DVR IP

27. Check Computer IP

28. Ping Test

29. Check PC specification if Webview video is not shown.

10. The cases necessary to contact the shop

30. In case of extraordinary working(ex: noise, smell or fume)

31. Connetor breakage of power cable

32. In case that rain or water is in the product

33. In case that liquid or foreign is in the product

34. If the product is not working in accordance with the manual.

35. In case of breakage from product dropping

36. In case that product performance drop dramatically

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#1. The way to check the manufacturing date

It can be checked with its S/N(Serial Number).

#2. S/N : Serial Number

It means composite 12 digit number with product model name and production year,month, and week. It can be found on the attached label attached on the bottom of product or system info of configuration tool or system information 1 of DVR Func menu.

Serial Number Structure

□ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □

Year/month

Internal check number internal check number

Model number

(1) 1~2 digits : Identify Model name of product

(2) 3~8, 8~12 digits : Hunt internal number

(3) 5~6 digits : Manufacturing year

(4) 7 digits: Manufacturing month

Please see the below table for manufacturing month.

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Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec

1 2 3 4 5 6

The below S/N can be verified as following as:

EB0009200707

(1) “EB” means “MD1600E”.

(2) “092” means it is produced in “2009 Feb”

(3) “00707” means the serial number.

7 8 9 A B

The example of verifying manufacturing date using serial number

C

Available HDD

Plase ask to seller about HDD available with DVR.

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Compatitable CD/DVD list

DVD-R manufacturer

Mitsubishi(×16 recomended)

TDK(×16 recomended)

Imation(×16 recomended)

Sony(×16 recomended)

CD-R Manufacturer

Mitsubishi(×52 recomended)

TDK(×52 recomended)

Imation(×52 recomended)

Sony(×48 recomended)

Specification

-16CH HDVR(480L), -8CH HDVR(240M), -4CH HDVR(120H)

Video input

Video input standard NTSC or PAL auto detect

Connectors 16CH HDVR(480L) : 16ch, 8CH HDVR(240M):

8ch, 4CH HDVR(120H) : 4ch analog video inputs BNC connector

Auto terminated loop out Loop out

Main Video output

Main output

Spot output output via BNC & DVI

16CH HDVR(480L) : 1,4,9,10,16 mode, 8CH

HDVR(240M) : 1.4.9 mode, 4CH

HDVR(120H) : 1.4 mode

User defined sequence / alarm pop-up

1920x1080, 1280x720, 1024,768, 800x600 at

DVI port output via BNC, 1 divison mode only

User defined sequence / alarm pop-up

Recording

Compression

Resolution

Rate

Quality

Mode

H.264 / JPEG

CIF/Half(2CIF)/D1(4CIF)

16CH HDVR(480L) : 480 at CIF, 8CH

HDVR(240M) : 240 at 2CIF, 4CH HDVR(120H) :

120 at D1

5 levels

Manual & Event / Schedule & Event

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Alarm action

Audio

Input/output

Compression

Direction

PTZ

Protocols

Network

Interface

Type

DDNS

Bandwidth Limit

NTP

Users

Streaming

Scheulde

Playback

Mode

Speed

Search Type

Block Playback

Event & Alarm

Event source

Event check schedule

Event Action

MD Area

Sensor input

Text input

System Alarm

Alarm source

Security

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Instant playback / Search

120 fps,

Time, Calender, Event, Thumbnail

1day ~ 31days

MD, Sensor, Text

24hrs / 7day

Recording, Relay, E-mail, Buzzer, Pop-up,

Warning Message, PTZ preset

22x15(NTSC), 22x18(PAL) dry contact (N.O. or N.C. selectable)

POS/ATM support, AVE VSI Pro/Hydra support

HDD fail, HDD almost full, Fan fail, Pwd fail,

DDNS fail

Warning message, buzzer, e-mail, relay

4 RCA input, 1R CA output

16KHz, 16bit sampling ADPCM

Both

32 models including Bosch, Pelco, Sony, Meritlilin, Honeywell

1 10/100 Ethernet

Fixed IP, Floating IP, ADSL supported supported

Server/Client/Both

10 monitoring, 2 playback

1 H.264 same as recording

1 additional H.264 smaller than recording

1 JPEG for e-mail sending or mobile

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User Level

User privilege

IP Filtering

Storage/Backup

Storage Devices

File System

Capacity

Backup type

Backup device

S.M.A.R.T.

Serial & I/O

Serial port

Sensor input

Relay output

Controller

Device

Software

WebViewer

Mobile Viewer

CMS

SDK

Environmental & Physical

Dimension

Operating temperature

Power

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Menu, PTZ, Relay, PB, Power on/off, Backup supported

2 internal SATA HDDs, 1 external eSATA I/F

Proprietary file system, data-loss protection against power-failure

Max 8TB multi-channel or single channel avi file internal CD/DVD or USB drive

Temperature and Health

1 RS-232C, 2 RS-485

16CH HDVR(480L) : 16 dry-contact, 8CH

HDVR(240M) : 8 dry-contact, 4CH

HDVR(120H) : 4 dry-contact

2 relay

Front panel, IR remote, Joystick KBD, Mouse

Monitoring / Playback

Monitoring with PTZ, iPhone & BB supported

Control Center Standard, max 1000 clients

ActiveX(COM) SDK

W : 359.0, L : 413.3, H : 88.0

Operating: 41 ~ 113 degrees F.

AC free volt (100 ~ 240VAC)

Max. 75W Typical 50W

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16CH HDVR(240C), 8CH HDVR(240L)

Video input

Video input standard

Connectors

NTSC or PAL auto detect

16CH HDVR(240C) : 16ch, 8CH HDVR(240L) :

8ch analog video inputs BNC connector

Main Video output

Main output

Spot output output via BNC & VGA

16CH HDVR(240C) : 1,4,9,10,16 mode

8CH HDVR(240L) : 1.4.9 mode

User defined sequence / alarm pop-up

800x600, 1024x768, 1280x1024 at VGA port output via BNC, 1 divison mode only

User defined sequence / alarm pop-up

Recording

Compression

Resolution

Rate

Quality

Mode

Scheulde

Playback

Mode

Speed

H.264 / JPEG

CIF/Half(2CIF)/D1(4CIF)

16CH HDVR(240C) : 240 at CIF, 8CH

HDVR(240L) : 240 at CIF

5 levels

Manual & Event / Schedule & Event

24hrs / 7day

Instant playback / Search

240 fps without network playback 30fps with network playback

Time, Calender, Event, Thumbnail

1day ~ 31days

Search Type

Block Playback

Event & Alarm

Event source

Event check schedule

Event Action

MD Area

Sensor input

MD, Sensor, Text

24hrs / 7day

Recording, Relay, E-mail, Buzzer, Pop-up,

Warning Message, PTZ preset

22x15(NTSC), 22x18(PAL) dry contact (N.O. or N.C. selectable)

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Text input

System Alarm

Alarm source

Alarm action

Audio

Input/output

Compression

Direction

PTZ

Protocols

Network

Interface

Type

DDNS

Bandwidth Limit

NTP

Users

Streaming

Security

User Level

User privilege

IP Filtering

Storage/Backup

Storage Devices

File System

Capacity

Backup type

Backup device

S.M.A.R.T.

Serial & I/O

Serial port

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POS/ATM support, AVE VSI Pro/Hydra support

HDD fail, HDD almost full, Fan fail, Pwd fail,

DDNS fail

Warning message, buzzer, e-mail, relay

4 RCA input, 1R CA output

16KHz, 16bit sampling ADPCM

Both

32 models including Bosch, Pelco, Sony, Meritlilin, Honeywell

1 10/100 Ethernet

Fixed IP, Floating IP, ADSL supported supported

Server/Client/Both

10 monitoring, 2 playback

1 H.264 same as recording

1 additional H.264 smaller than recording

1 JPEG for e-mail sending or mobile

1 admin, 10 users

Menu, PTZ, Relay, PB, Power on/off, Backup supported

2 internal SATA HDDs

Proprietary file system, data-loss protection against power-failure

Max 8TB multi-channel or single channel avi file internal USB drive(CD/DVD Writer : Option))

Temperature and Health

1 RS-232C, 2 RS-485

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Relay output

Controller

Device

Software

WebViewer

Mobile Viewer

CMS

SDK

Environmental & Physical

Dimension

Operating temperature

Power

Power consumption

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16CH HDVR(240C) : 16 dry-contact, 8CH

HDVR(240L) : 8 dry-contact

2 relay

Front panel, IR remote, Joystick KBD, Mouse

Monitoring / Playback

Monitoring with PTZ, iPhone & BB supported

Control Center Standard, max 1000 clients

ActiveX(COM) SDK

W : 359.0, L : 413.3, H : 88.0

Operating: 41 ~ 113 degrees F.

AC free volt (100 ~ 240VAC)

Max. 75W Typical 50W

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Product size

16CH HDVR(480L)/8CH HDVR(240M)/4CH HDVR(120H)

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16CH HDVR(240C)/8CH HDVR(240L)

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Webgate Inc.

Hanlim Venture Town B/D, 689-6, Keumjeong-

Dong, Kyeonggi-Do, Korea(435-852)

Tel: 82-31-428-9300

Fax: 82-31-428-9400

A/S Tel : 82-31-428-9341 www.webgateinc.com.com

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