Mark L. Wencek

USER MANUAL

SanStore digital video recorder

Models:

SanStore 4/8/16-LEMX

SanStore 4/8/16-LMX

SanStore LEMX series

SanStore LMX series

Version 2.1sfi/0813/engl/A5

Dear customer,

Thank you for purchasing a high quality SANTEC device.

We recommend that you read this manual thoroughly before operating your new system for the first time. Please follow all instructions and observe the warnings contained in this manual.

Please contact your local dealer or us if you have any questions or if you wish to claim for a service or warranty.

You will find further information on our website: www.santec-video.com

All rights reserved. This publication may not be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted, in any form or by any means (electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise), without the written prior permission of SANTEC BW AG.

No reproduction of any part or excerpts thereof are permitted.

Errors excepted. Specifications are subject to change without notice for quality improvement.

SANTEC is a registered trademark of SANTEC BW AG. All other companies or products mentioned in this publication are trademarks, registered trademarks or brands of the respective company.

© Copyright by SANTEC BW AG, Ahrensburg, Germany

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Table of contents

1. PREFACE

1.1 Description of symbols

1.2 Safety instructions and precautions

1.3 Important general note

1.3.1 Assembly and installation

1.3.2 Maintenance and repair

1.3.3 Spare parts and accessories

1.4 Items included in the delivery

1.5 Optionally available accessories

1.5.1 SANTEC accessories

1.5.2 Apps for Apple iPhone and Android smartphones

1.6 General note

2. CONTROLS

2.1 SanStore LEMX series

2.1.1 Front panel

2.1.2 Rear panel connectors

2.1.3 Power-off the LEMX recorder

2.2 SanStore LMX series

2.1.1 Front panel

2.1.2 Rear panel connectors

2.3 Remote control

2.4 Mouse control

2.5 Virtual keypad for mouse control

3. INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS

3.1 Complete system configuration

3.2 Camera connection

3.3 Audio connection

3.4 Monitor connection

3.5 PC requirements for network connection

4. QUICK START

5. LIVE VIEWING

5.1 Display overview

5.2 Multi-screen display and sequencing

5.2.1 Screen display

5.2.2 Multi-screen display and switch sequencing display

5.3 Quick buttons for multi-screen display

5.4 Zooming

5.5 Spot monitor

6. OPERATION

6.1 Login/logout

6.2 Menu navigation

7. SETUP

7.1 Display

7.1.1 General

7.1.2 Switch setup (monitor configuration)

7.1.3 Event

7.2 Camera

7.3 Record

7.3.1 General

7.3.2 Resolution and recording speed setting

7.3.3 Continuous recording

7.3.4 Event recording

7.3.5 Continuous and event (motion/alarm) recording

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7.4 Schedule

7.4.1 Chart setup

7.4.2 Holiday setup

7.5 Disk

7.5.1 Disk manager

7.5.2 Recording disk (HDD)

7.5.3 SMART status

7.6 Network

7.6.1 Ethernet

7.6.2 General

7.6.3 E-mail

7.6.4 SMTP

7.6.5 DDNS (dynamic DDNS)

7.6.6 Host List (only for LMX series)

7.6.7 Router and port forwarding

7.7 Device

7.7.1 General

7.7.2 Alarm

7.7.3 PTZ event

7.8 System

7.8.1 General

7.8.2 Time

7.8.3 Account

7.8.4 Update

7.8.5 Info

8. PAN / TILT / ZOOM (PTZ) CONTROL

8.1 PTZ menu

8.2 Preset and tour

8.3 Custom functions

8.4 Auto pan, auto tilt, power on/off

8.5 PTZ camera models

9. SEARCH / PLAYBACK

9.1 Playback

9.2 Time search

9.2.1 Multi channel playback

9.2.2 Preview search (single channel playback)

9.2.3 Recorded event search

9.2.4 Event area search (single channel playback)

9.3 Go to search

9.4 Log list search

10. BACKUP

10.1 Manual backup

10.1.1 Internal CD/DVD-R/W drive (only for LMX series)

10.1.2 USB memory stick

10.1.3 Backup range setup

10.2 Auto backup via FTP server

10.3 Log list backup

11. Remote acces via Internet Explorer

11.1 IP address

11.2 Login

11.3 Recorder playback

11.4 Live mode

11.5 Remote playback

11.6 Download

11.7 Recorder setup

12. TECHNICAL SEPCIFICATIONS 107

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1. PREFACE

Please read this user manual carefully before starting to operate this device. Please retain this user manual for future reference.

1.1 Description of symbols

Caution: Danger to life!

In the text, this sign symbolises life-threatening voltages which may lead to damages to humans and to material.

Attention: Important note!

In the text, this sign refers to operation and maintenance notes which have to be adhered to. Please ensure to follow theses notes.

General note!

In the text, this sign symbolises general notes and recommendations which

might not necessarily be in direct connection with the device

’s operation.

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1.2 Safety instructions and precautions

Caution: Overcharge

Never expose the power socket or the power cord to electrical overcharge. This may lead to fire and life-threatening shocks.

Caution: Thunderstorms

If there is a thunderstorm or if the device has not been in use for a longer period of time, please always disconnect the device from the power source. Disconnect the power cord. This protects the device from lightning damages or overcharging.

Caution: Entry of liquids or items

Never poke with metalic items in the ventilation slots of the device. You may touch dangerous live power items which may lead to an electronic shock, a short circuit or fire.

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 no 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.

Caution:

Risk of explosion if the lithium battery is not installed correctly or if it is replaced by an incorrect type. Only use batteries which are compatible to the device and are recommended by the manufacturer. Dispose of used batteries only in accordance with local regulations.

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1.3 Important general note

Please read the following instructions carefully.

1.3.1 Assembly and installation

On-site installation should only be performed by qualified maintenance personnel and must meet local specifications and regulations.

Never operate the equipment without the respective protective cover near water, in dusty rooms or extremely humid rooms. The equipment could be seriously damaged.

The openings on the equipment are intended for ventilation purposes and protect from overheating. Never cover or close off these openings. Rack mounting is only permissible if sufficient ventilation can be ensured. Overheating may damage the equipment or result in fire due to short-circuit.

Power cables and other cables should be run so as to avoid being stepped on or potential damage from falling objects. Damaged cables may result in short-circuit and equipment damage as well as potentially fatal electrical shock.

When connecting the supply voltage please note correct polarity. Faulty connections may damage or destroy the equipment.

Only use the power source specified on the nameplate. Please consult your electrician if you are unsure whether the power supply on site is appropriate. Only use the supplied power cables or power adapters or the specified recommended power supplies.

1.3.2 Maintenance and repair

Shut off and unplug the equipment from the power receptacle prior to every cleaning. Only clean the equipment with a slightly dampened cloth. Do not use harsh cleaners or spray cans. Using harsh solvents such as thinner or petrol may damage the housing surface.

Immediately shut off the equipment and promptly disconnect it from the operating voltage. The following damages must be handled by an authorized service centre: o Damage to the power supply cable o If a liquid spilled onto the equipment or an object penetrated the equipment o If the equipment was exposed to water or another liquid o If the equipment is not functioning properly despite observing the instructions in these operating instructions. Only the controls specified in these operating instructions may be adjusted. Incorrect settings to the other controls may damage the equipment. o If the equipment fell to the floor or the housing was damaged o If the equipment performance is substantially the required performance

Never attempt to maintain the equipment yourself, as this may expose you to hazardous voltages. Maintenance work should always be performed by qualified personnel only.

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Attention:

Opening the appliance will result in loss of warranty. Do not try to repair the appliance yourself but contact your local distributor or specialist.

For digital recorders, it is mainly the HDD which subject to natural attrition. HDD attrition may happen after approx. 8,000 to 10,000 hours of operating time which may lead to malfunctions. We thus recommend to replace the HDD in specific intervals in order to ensure a smooth operation of the appliance. Moreover, we recommend to clean the built-in fan regularly from dust and dirt to avoid interferences caused by overheating. Please do not hesitate to contact us in case of further questions.

Attention: Attrition of mechanical parts

We explicitely point out that any type of recording device, no matter if it is an analogue or digital device, is subject to natural attrition. Every recording device contains mechanical parts which

– like any other device

– need to be maintained and checked regularly. This is particularly important for appliances which run non-stop.

1.3.3 Spare parts and accessories

Only use auxiliary devices which are recommended by the manufacturer. Nonrecommended devices may influence the functionality and may cause electric shocks or fire caused by short circuits.

Only use spare parts which are recommended by the manufacturer or which have identical characteristics. Non-approved spare parts may cause harm to people

(electric shock) and may damage the device (fire).

1.4 Items included in the delivery

1x Video recorder SanStore-LEMX, SanStore-8LEMX, SanStore-16LEMX or

SanStore-LMX, SanStore-8LMX, SanStore-16LMX

1x Remote control

1x Battery

1x Power cord

1x AC adapter (power supply)

1x USB mouse

1x USB-stick (user manual)

1x Octopus cable

1x User manual

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1.5 Optionally available accessories

1.5.1 SANTEC accessories

You can purchase the following accessories from SANTEC (optionally available):

Part number Description

SanStore-Mouse

SanStore-Stick

SanStore-EMS

KSC-3505

USB mouse

USB-stick

EMS software to administer SanStore recorders

Control keypad via RS-485 connection

1.5.2 Apps for Apple iPhone and Android Smartphones

These SanStore recorders can also be accessed via Apps which are available in the stores of the respective providers.

Below you will find a brief overview about the two

Apps. More detailed information is available in the stores of the respective providers.

Apps for Apple iPhone and Android Smartphones:

Max.

DVRs

Live-

View

Search/

Playback

Snapshot OSD

MobileCMS

Lite (free of charge)

MobileCMS

(with costs; prices see stores)

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Yes

DVR control

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Virtual

DVR

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Yes

PTZ

Yes

Yes

1.6 General note

Windows 98/SE/ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7 are trademarks or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the USA and in other countries. All other companies or products mentioned in this publication are trademarks, registered trademarks or brands of the respective company. They are not connected in any way with SANTEC BW AG. Proprietary rights are with the respective manufacturers or brand owners. Illustrations and pictures in this user manual are for better understanding only and may differ from the actual product design. All technical specifications are subject to change. Errors excepted.

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2. CONTROLS

2.1 SanStore LEMX series

2.1.1 Front panel

SanStore-4LEMX (4 channels):

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SanStore-16LEMX (16 channels):

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1. Mode indicator:

3 LEDs to display the status of the recorder:

Blue: Power is on.

Green: HDD is on.

Red: Recording is on.

2. Playback/Recording:

These functions are used in live mode or playback mode.

Direction buttons :

In the setup menu, these buttons are used to move the cursor.

Log/Playback Stop :

Log: Press this button to access the log lists.

Stop: Press this button to stop the playback.

R Step/FR/REC : o Reverse Step: Use this button to move reversely field by field during still mode. o FR (Fast Rewind): Use this button to fast rewind during playback mode. o REC (Recording): Use this button to start the recording. Press it again to stop the recording.

CLR/Still/Playback : o CLR (Clear): Use this button to clear OSD information from the screen, e.g. time, date and channel icons. Using this button, alarm icons in the corner of the screen (AL, VL, PL) are cleared from the screen, too. This button is also used to turn off the alarm buzzer. o Still/Playback: Use this button to create a still image or a playback at 1x speed.

Schedule/F step/FF : o Schedule: Press this button to activate the schedule. Use this button to start or stop the recording. o F step (Forward step): Use this button to move forward field by field during still mode. o FF (Fast forward): Use this button to move fast forward during playback mode.

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3. Menu/ESC-button

Menu:

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Press this button to display the main menu screen.

ESC : Press this button to exit the menu without saving.

4. Enter/10+ button :

Enter : Press this button to save menu settings or to select channels over

10.

Example: Press this button and then „6“ to see channel „16“.

5. Quad/Plus button :

Press this button to display the cameras in multi-screen mode.

This button is also used to switch channels or to increase values in the setup menu.

6. Channel/numeric buttons:

Press these buttons to enter data and to make selections, e.g. enter the numeric code when prompted for a password, channel selection or date selection in schedule option mode.

Use the minus button [-] and the plus button [+] to decrease or increase the settings or channels.

7. Remote control signal receiver:

Do not block the receiver port on the recorder. Doing so may cause the remote control to function improperly.

8. Power button :

Press this button to turn on the recorder (the LED lights up). Press it again to turn off the recorder (the LED goes off).

9. USB port :

This USB port allows you to connect memory sticks to backup video data.

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10. Time search and minus button :

Press this button to access the calendar and the time search menu. This button is also used to change channels or to decrease values in the setup menu.

11. Backup button :

Press this button to access the backup menu. You can define the time and channel for the backup.

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2.1.2 Rear panel connectors

SanStore-4LEMX:

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SanStore-16LEMX:

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Connections:

1. 4, 8 or 16 camera inputs: BNC connectors

2. Video output: Composite video out (BNC)

3. Spot monitor (BNC)

4. Audio input / speaker output: RCA

5. VGA connector

6. HDMI connector

7. LAN (RJ-45 Ethernet port): To connect the recorder with the network

8. Mouse connector: To connect a PS2 USB

9. 4, 8 or 16 alarm inputs

10. Alarm output replay

11. RS-422/485: To connect a PTZ camera.

12. RS-232C: Only for development purposes.

13. 12 V DC power jack

2.1.3 Power-off the LEMX recorder

If you poweroff the recorder by using the button on the recorder’s front panel or by using the remote control, the following message appears:

This means that you need to disconnect the power cord (i.e. disconnect the recorder from power) to definitely switch off the recorder. It is recommended to follow this procedure if the recorder is not used for a longer period of time or if the recorder is defective.

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2.2 SanStore LMX series

2.2.1 Front panel

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3 LEDs indicate the status of the video recorder:

Green:

Red:

Recoder is operating

Recording in process

Blue: Power on

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2. Playback / Record:

These functions are used in live mode or playback mode.

Direction buttons:

In the menu setup mode, these buttons are used to move the cursor.

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Still / Playback:

This button is used to still the picture or to start the playback mode (press 1x).

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Reverse / Fast Rewind:

In still mode, this button is used to move reverse picture by picture.

In playback mode, this button is used to fast rewind.

Forward / Fast Forward:

In still mode, this buttons is used to move forward picture by picture.

In playback mode, this button is used to fast forward.

Stop:

Press this button tos top the playback.

OK:

Press this button to confirm your selection.

REC :

Press this button to start or to stop the recording.

Login/Logout:

Press this button to toggle between login and logout.

Log:

Press this button to display the log list screen.

3. Menu_

Press this button to return to the main menu.

4. Cancel:

Press this button to cancel the settings and to not save them.

5. [+] and [-]:

Press these buttons to increase/decrease settings and values.

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6. Nnumeric buttons 1-10

These buttons have several functions:

Enter numbers/numerical data (e.g. when prompted for a password)

Select channels/cameras

Choose the day in the schedule function

Enter letters to mark channels

Press this button to choose channels >10.

Example: Press this button onc e and then „6“ to see channel 16.

7. Function buttons:

Backup:

Press this button to go to the backup menu. You can set the time and the channels to backup footage from the video recorder.

Search:

Press this button to display t he „Time Search“ menu.

8. USB port:

Display:

Press this button to display the cameras in multi-screen view.

You can connect USB compatible devices or a USB mouse.

9. Remote control signal receiver:

IR sensor to receive the control signal from the remote control. Do not block the receiver port on the recorder as this might be a reason for improper controlling.

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2.2.2 Rear panel connectors

SanStore-4LMX (4 channels):

SanStore-8LMX (8 channels):

SanStore-16LMX (16 channels):

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Connections:

1. Power:

DC power jack

2. Sensor (alarm in 1-4):

For connecting alarm inputs

3. Relay (alarm out 1):

For connecting alarm out relays.

4. RS-422/485:

For connecting a PTZ camera and/or a keyboard.

5. LAN (RJ-45 Ethernet port):

For connecting to a remote PC via Ethernet network

6. VGA:

VGA out connector

7. HDMI:

HDMI out connector

8. Audio input (input: 1)

9. Video out (composite out):

BNC standard composite video output connector.

10. Camera inputs:

BNC input (camera 1-4 / 1-8 / 1-16) connectors (depending on recorder model)

11. USB: For connecting USB compatible devices

12. Audio output (Output: 1)

13. Spot: Spot out connector

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2.3 Remote control

Note: DVR ID button:

Set the proper DVR system ID through which to operate. Press the ID button, and then press the number button within two seconds to select the system ID of the DVR. If you set the system ID to zero, you can control multiple DVRs at the same time.

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2.4 Mouse control

You can control the recorder using the mouse.

1. Left button:

Double-click on any channel to enlarge to full screen while in a split-screen display mode. Double-click again to return to the split-screen mode.

When you are in the menu and you wish to close an opened menu window without saving any changes, use the left mouse button to click on the cross in the upper right corner.

2. Right button:

Right-click anywhere on the screen to open the main menu. Double-click again to return to the previous view.

3. Scroll whell:

Move the scroll whell up or down to increase or decrease the value of the selected menu item.

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EINSTELLEN

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2.5 Virtual keypad for mouse control

This DVR provides a virtual on-screen keypad to perform the control by mouse. Connect a mouse via the USB port before use.

1. While in live-view or playback mode, right-click to open the configuration window.

2.

Click on „Setup“. The login window appears.

Here you will find a key symbol.

Login window

Configuration window

Virtual keypad

3. If you click on the key symbol, the virtual keypad opens. You can now use the mouse to enter letters or numbers.

4. Right-click to close the virtual keypad again.

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3. INSTALLATION & CONNECTIONS

3.1 Complete system configuration

LEMX series: Configuration example:

LMX series: Configuration example:

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3.2 Camera connection

4 / 8 / 16 cameras can be connected tot he video inputs (BNC) on the recorder’s rear panel. To connect a PTZ camera, please connect the control line of the PTZ camera to the RS-422 TX+, RS-422 TX- terminal and connect the video output on the recorder’s rear panel.

3.3 Audio connection

The recorder has an audio output and an audio input. If you want to record and playback audio signals, please connect the respective audio device (microphone) to the audio input

(1 Vpp, 600 Ohm) and connect the speaker to the audio output (see below).

3.4 Monitor connection

The recorder has 3 video outputs (2x BNC, 1x VGA), located on the rear panel. Here you can plug-in monitors.

1x BNC for main composite video output

1x BNC for spot composite video output

1x VGA output

1x HDMI connection

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3.5 PC requirements for network connection

Minimum

OS

Processor (CPU)

Memory (RAM)

VGA

DirectX

Windows XP SP3 or higher

Core2 Duo

2 G

PCI-E 256M

DX9.0 Support

Recommended

Windows 7

I5

4 G

PCI-E 512M

DX9.0 Support

Network 100 M Ethernet LAN 100M Ethernet LAN

HDD 100 G 500 G

Note:

The connection and remote viewing of the DVR may not be successful on all PCs due to the variety of PCs

’ Internet connection settings.

Please contact the technical support for further assistance.

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4. QUICK START

Press the POWER button on the recorder’s front panel or on the remote control to switch the recorder on. The live-view image appears after approx. 30 seconds.

Prior to the quick start, please stop all recordings which might be running. During a recording, the time and recording menus are not active.

Enter the password using the numeric keys (either use the remote control or the virtual keypad).

The default user name is ADMIN.

The factory default password is “000000“.

The main menu appears once you have entered the password.

Use the mouse or the direction butoons to select a menu item.

Note:

If you are idle for approx. 1 minute, i.e. you have not made any entries or have not navigated through the menu for 1 minute, the menu will close automatically.

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Time & date setting:

When the DVR is powered on for the very first time, please enter the correct date and time.

Use the mouse or the direction buttons to selec the „Time“ tab in the system menu.

Enter the date and time using the numeric buttons on the remote control or the

„-

/+“ buttons on the recorder’s front panel. Alternatively, use the mouse.

Press ENTER to save your entries and to exit the menu. Alternatively, click

„SAVE“.

Press ESC to exit the menu without saving the entries. Alternatively, close the window by clicking on the cross.

Note:

If the recorder is in recording mode, you cannot change the date and time. You first have to stop the recording to be able to edit the date and time.

Once you have adjusted the date and time, press REC to continue with the recording.

Selecting the OSD language:

By default, German is selected as OSD language. You can change the language. Go to

System > General and select your langauge (also see chapter 7.8.1).

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5.LIVE VIEWING

5.1 Display overview

1 Bildschirm-Übersicht

Recording mode

Event

Recording Mode

The background colour of the number will be different based on the recording status.

Black: No recording

Yellow:

Red:

Recording continues

Event recording (motion, alarm)

1 2 3

Camera number and camera title

Status bar

Event indicator

(1) Alarm: Indicates that an alarm has been triggered.

To hide the symbol, press [CANCEL/ESC] on the remote control.

(2) Motion: Indicates that motion has been detected

To hide the symbol, press [CANCEL/ESC] on the remote control.

(3) Video loss: Indicates that the video image has been lost.

To hide the symbol, press [CANCEL/ESC] on the remote control.

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(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7)

Status bar

(1) Indicates the recording status. Red means that the event is currently recorded.

Click on this symbol to toggle between recording start and stop.

(2) Indicates the playback status. Green means that the playback is currently running. Click on this symbol to toggle between playback start and stop.

(3)

Click on “M” (= Menu) to open the configuration window. Click on “M” again to close the window.

(4) Indicates the log list. Close the log list again by clicking on the cross.

(5) Indicates the login status

„A“ is for „Admin“ and „U“ is for „User“.

(6) Indicates that audio data are recorded.

(7) Indicats the number of users currently logged-in to the network.

Status bar

Indicates the date, the day of the week and the time.

(8) (9) (10)

Status bar

(8) Indicates that a USB device is connected. During the backup the symbol is blue.

Click on the symbol to toggle between backup start and stop.

(9) Indicates the remaining recording time. If the HDD capacity is below 5 GB, the recycling symbol is blue.

(10) Indicates the remaining recording days for the currently activated recording.

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5.2 Multi-screen display and sequencing

5.2.1 Screen display

Select any camera for full screen display by pressing the number button of the desired camera. Alternatively, double-click on the camera window to display it as full screen.

Double-click again to close the full screen.

5.2.2 Multi-screen display and switch sequencing display

1. Press the [DISPLAY] button to activate the multiscreen display. It changes the order as defined in the SPLIT MODE.

2. To start auto sequence, press the [DISPLAY] button for 2 seconds to begin full screen sequencing.

Click on the icon . The virtueal keybad appears.

Main monitor

Auto sequence status

Spot monitor

Split mode

Auto sequence

3. The sequence mode and dwell times are programmable. For detailed information about configuring those, see chapter 7.1.2). If the sequence mode is not activated, it moves to quad mode instead of sequencing.

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5.3 Quick buttons for multi-screen display

1. Press F1 button on the remote controller + <Number>.

For example, press F1 button then number 8.

1 2 3 4

2

5 6 7 8

1 3

9

10 11 12 4

13 14 15 16

5 6 7 8

The eight channel view mode will be displayed.

Note:

4, 6, 8, 10, 13 split mode must be checked in SPLIT MODEto use this function.

2. It is possible to reposition the camera from the bigger window to a smaller one.

It is used on 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 13, 16 split mode. a. Press the F2 button on the remote controller. The icon will be displayed. b. Use the numeric buttons to select the camera you wish to reposition. c. Press the [MENU] button to exit and to save the changes.

Press [Cancel] to exit without saving the changes.

Press [DISPLAY] to return to the initial view.

Note: Control via keyboard KSC-3505:

1. Multi-screen (F1) = 16+ display, 4+ display, etc

2.

3.

Positioning (F2)

Auto-sequence

=

=

99+ display

Shift +display (at the same time)

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5.4 Zooming

During live view mode, it is possible to zoom into a section of the screen to get a closeup view of the screen.

To activate the digital zoom, select the full screen display of the camera you wish to zoom.

Then press the [ZOOM] button on the remote control. A zoom area box pops up: x2 x4 x8

Move the box to the desired position using the direction buttons.

Press the + button to increase the area.

Press the

– button to decrease the area.

Press the [ESC] button to to return to the normal mode.

Note:

The zoom function doesn’t owkr in multi-screen mode.

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5.5 Spot monitor

In addition to the main monitor, you can connect an additional spot monitor which enables you to view additional channels independent from the main monitor.

Procedure:

Press the [SPOT] button on the remote control and then press the number of the camera you wish to see in full screen.

Press the [SPOT] button twice to toggle between the two cameras. The interval between the two cameras is described in section “Sequence setting.”

If an alarm has been triggered, the corresponding channel is displayed as full screen.

Press the [ESC] button to exit the spot function.

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6. OPERATION

6.1 Login/Logout

You must log on to the DVR with valid password to operate the DVR. By factory default, it comes with the login account “ADMIN” and the default password “000000”.

Note:

If you are logging on for the first time, the system does not prompt you to change the default password. Therefore, it’s strongly recommended to change the password when you install the DVR (also see chapter 7.8.3).

Login:

1. On the front panel or the remote control, press the [POWER] button.

2. When the DVR is powered on, it will start to scan the its status.

3. The live viewing screen will appear after initialisation after about 50 sec. It can be delayed if you have a defect HDD. In this case it will try to fix it for logical problems but it will show you a warning message to indicate a physical problem.

4. On the front panel or the remote control, press the [LOGIN] button. Using the mouse, click the login icon.

5. The login icon will be displayed on the status bar.

Logout:

On the front panel or the remote control, press the [LOGIN] button. Using the mouse, click on the login icon.

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6.2 Menu navigation

1. Log on to the DVR as “ADMIN” or as user (on configure level).

As a user on configure level, the access is limited (disk and system menu).

2. On the front panel or the remote control, press [MENU]. Using the mouse, click anywhere on the screen. The configuration window appears. Click on “Setup”.

The menu overview is displayed.

3. Use the direction buttons [ ] or the mouse to select the desired menu item.

The selected item is highligted with an arrow.

4. Press the [ENTER] button or use the mouse to select the menu item and to display the sub-menu.

5. Use the left/right buttons [ ] or the mouse to select a tab. The selected tab is highlighted in turquois color.

Changes are automatically saved when you toggle between tabs.

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6. The menus are displayed with options on the left-hand column and settings in the right hand column. A cursor (highlighted menu) can be moved using the direction buttons [ ]

7. Press the [-, +] buttons to change the value or select options. Alternatively, use the mouse wheel.

8. Press the [MENU] button or “SAVE” to exit the menu and to save the changes.

Press the [CANCEL] button to exit the menu without saving the changes.

Alternatively, close the window by clicking on the cross.

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7. SETUP

7.1 Display

7.1.1 General

The menus are displayed with options on the left-hand column and settings in the right hand column. A cursor (highlighted menu) can be moved using the direction buttons

[ ]

You can change the below options using the [ - + ] buttons. Alternatively, use the mouse wheel.

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ITEM ADJUSTMENT

STATUS BAR

Select “show” or “hide” to define whether the below status bar should be displayed on the main monitor or not.

CAMERA INFO

BORDER LINE

Select on-screen-display information for camera number and title.

Select the colour of the border lines between the different cameras:

Grey, white, blue, black, dark grey.

BACKGROUND

Select the background colour in case of NO VIDEO status, i.e. when no video is running.

Grey, white, blue, black, dark grey.

OSD ALIGNMNET

The main video output can be displayed on a VGA or on an analogue monitor. The video can be displayed on both monitor simultaneously.

Select the on-screen-display coordinates on the monitor.

- Underscan: Optimised display on CCTV monitors

- Overscan: Optimised display on VGA monitors

SPLIT MODE

Monitor display according to your selection done in SPLIT MODE.

To save the changes and exit the menu, click “SAVE”.

To exit the menu without saving the changes, press the [MENU] or [CANCEL] button.

Alternatively, close the window by clicking the cross.

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7.1.2 Switch setup (monitor configuration)

1. The menus are displayed with options on the left-hand column and settings in the right hand column. A cursor (highlighted menu) can be moved using the direction buttons [

2. Settings

] .

Device:

Each monitor may be configured in a different way.

Main monitor, spot 1.

Dwell time:

Select the interval that each camera or multi-screen mode is alternatingly displayed. Use the [-, +] button to make your adjustment: 1-30 seconds.

Split mode:

Select the appropriate monitor display you wish to make any adjustments to.

These adjustments w ill be activated while it’s in switch mode.

Sequence: Automatic sequence.

Shift: Selected camera will be displayed according to dwell time.

Event:

A particulat camera is displayed in full screen or in multi-mode once an event is triggered.

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Split mode:

Select the desired sequence mode display.

Note:

This function is limited to the spot monitor.

Used channel:

Select the cameras to be included or excluded from the automatic switching.

3. To save the changes and exit the menu, click “SAVE”.

To exit the menu without saving the changes, press the [MENU] or [CANCEL] button. Alternatively, close the window by clicking the cross.

4. Press and hold the [DISPLAY] button for 2 seconds to automatically toggle between cameras on the main monitor.

Press the [SPOT] button and then the [DISPLAY] button for approx. 2 seconds to automatically toggle between cameras on the spot monitor.

7.1.3 Event

This menu will be activated when you select the EVENT mode in the switch setting.

The event menu will allow you to customise motion, alarm and video loss.

If an event is trigged, e.g by an alarm, motion or video loss, it will be displayed on the monitor which is configured for event.

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7.2 Camera

Configure the properties of the camera.

LEMX series:

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1. Press left/right buttons [ ] or the numeric buttons or the mouse to select the desired camera.

2. The camera channel option is highlighted and the camera settings are displayed.

3. The menus are displayed with options on the left-hand column and settings in the right hand column.

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Depending on your “category” selection, either “grid” or “tune” (only for LEMX series) is displayed with the following setting options:

Grid:

Sensitivity:

The camera sensitivity can be adjusted using either the [ + - ] buttons or the mouse. Default value is 10.

Motion grid:

Select all. Press [ENTER] or [ + - ] or the mouse to select.

Clear all. Press [ENTER] or [ + - ] or the mouse to select.

Select specific. Press [ENTER] or [ + - ] or the mouse to select.

Privacy mask: o To be in line with privacy regulations, you may cover (mask) certain areas by a rectangle in the picture (live picture, recording and playback). o Default setting is OFF. o Press the down button on the recorder front panel or on the remote control to call up the “privacy mask” function. The grid is displayed. o Right-click on the

icon.

To define the motion grid or the privacy mask cell-by-cell, do the following:

On the front panel or remote control, press any of direction buttons to highlight a cell in the motion detection area, and then press [ +] . This area is selected and the cells are highlighted in red.

Clear all. Press [ENTER] or [ + - ] or the mouse to select.

Select specific. Press [ENTER] or [ + - ] or the mouse to select.

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Tune:

ITEM

BRIGHTNESS

DEFAULT

50

ADJUSTMENT

The brightness of each camera can be adjusted by pressing the

[-,+] buttons. Alternatively, use the mouse.

CONTRAST

COLOUR

50

50

The contrast of each camera can be adjusted by pressing the

[-,+] buttons. Alternatively, use the mouse.

The colour of each camera can be adjusted by pressing the [-,+] buttons. Alternatively, use the mouse.

SATURATION 50

The saturation of each camera can be adjusted by pressing the

[-,+] buttons. Alternatively, use the mouse.

PTZ setup:

PTZ device are connected to the RS-422/485 ports located on the back of the unit.

Multiple PTZ cameras are connected by daisy-chaining the camera connection.

This DVR allows you to address and control multiple PTZ cameras individually.

Press [ENTER] to configure the PTZ setup. The menus are displayed with options on the left-hand column and settings in the right hand column. a. ID:

Configure the appropriate model and then enter the corresponding Baud rate and camera PTZ ID (address). b. Tour group:

Preset tours allow a camera to move though a programmed sequence of PTZ presets.

Note:

The programmed tours are saved in the DVR and not in the PTZ camera.

The presets used for a tour are copied onto the PTZ camera, i.e. presets are stored in the camera.

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Camera title:

You can create a unique name for each camera, respecting the following guidelines:

Characters: A to Z. Special characters are supported by network.

Numbers: 0 to 9.

Length: Up to 12 characters including blanks.

To enter a camera title, you can either use the virtual keyboard or can can press the appropriate numeric button on the remote control or on the front panel. virtual keypad

Entries done via remote control:

No.

1x key

2x key

3x key

4x key

No.

1x key

2x key

3x key

4x key

1 A B C 1 7 S T U 7

4

5

2

3

D

G

J

M

E

H

K

N

F

I

L

O

4

5

2

3

8

9

0

10+

V

Y

.

W

Z

-

X

@

_

8

9

0

Space

6 P Q R 6

To save changes and exit the menu, click on “SAVE”.

To exit the menu without making changes, press the [CANCEL] or [MENU] button.

Alternatively, close the window by clicking on the cross.

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7.3.1 General

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1. The menus are displayed with options on the left-hand column and settings in the right hand column. A cursor (highlighted menu) can be moved using the direction buttons [ ] .

2. Change the below options using the [ - + ] buttons.

Schedule use:

This enables or disables the night zone. By default it is set to

“OFF”.

Bootup record:

It starts recording without press ing [REC] button when it set “ON”.

Disk overwrite:

Select the record policy of the hard disk drive.

- ON: By default, the hard disk drive will overwrite from the beginning when it becomes full (ring buffer).

- OFF: It stops recording after HDD is full.

Auto delete:

Allows you to configure when the DVR automatically deletes all data from the HDD. You can choose from the following options.

None

12 hours

1 day - 6 days

1-4 weeks-> 30 days

Pre-record:

Determines how long the recording prior to an event should last:

5-300 sec. By default it is set to 5 sec.

Post- record:

Determines how long the recording after to an event should last:

5-300 sec. By default it is set to 10 sec.

Note:

The alarm/motion recording will be extended if there is another alarm/motion detection during the event recording.

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3. To save changes and exit the menu, click on “SAVE”.

To exit the menu without making changes, press the [CANCEL] button.

Alternatively, close the window by clicking the cross.

Approximate file size:

Quality

LOW

MIDDLE

HIGH

SUPER

ULTRA

720x576

14.0

18.0

22.0

26.0

30.0

PAL

720x288

7.0

9.0

11.0

13.0

15.0

360x288

3.5

4.5

5.5

6.5

7.5

Unit

KB

KB

KB

KB

KB

Note:

The above data is a theoretical calculation. Depending on the video signal or other conditions, the data may differ from reality.

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7.3.2 Resolution and recording speed setting

The DVR records each camera indivually and then multiplexes them.

You can set the resolution and the recording speed for each channel individually.

D1: 720x576

Field: 720x288

CIF: 360x288

You may also select identical settings for all channels. In order to do so, enter the desired settings and press the [SPLIT] buttons to copy these settings to the other channels.

Note:

At “SUM/MAX” the overall number of fps is displayed (400). If the number of pictures exceeds this maximum limit, the below warning appears. Depending on the selected settings, one or several channels are thus deactivated.

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7.3.3 Continuous recording

The DVR comes with certain preset settings from the factory. Therefore once the DVR is installed, immediate recording is possible after pressing the [REC] buttons By default, audio alarm and motion recording are OFF.

The DVR records video data continuously over a 24 hour period. Different settings can be configured for each camera. To copy the setting from one channel to another, press the [Display] button.

Item Adjustment

RES Indicates the selected resolution.

AUDIO Select whether audio data should be recorded.

F/S Select the recording speed for each camera.

QUALITY

Specify the picture quality of the recording for each camera. ultra  super  high  middle  low

Continuous recording may be done at the same time as event recording. The DVR records video data for 24 hours. If, however, an event occurs, the recording speed and the picture quality can be set differently as the continuous recording.

Example:

If you press the [REC] button, normal recording starts with a high picture quality of 3 fps. If an event is triggered on this channel, the recording speed is increased to max. 25 fps. As soon as the event is over, the normal recording continues.

Note:

Please define the event source (motion, alarm, video loss) in the “Day event” tab.

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7.3.4 Event recording

On the “Day event” tab, you can define the parameters for alarm, motion detection and video loss.

Alarm recording:

One alarm input can be configured to one channel. One camera channel can be assigned to multiple alarm inputs.

Press the [-, +] buttons or the mouse to change the value or select options.

By mouse, use the wheel.

indicates that multiple alarm sources are selected.

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Motion recording:

One motion detection can be configured to one channel.

One camera channel can be assigned to multiple motion detections.

Press the [-, +] buttons or the mouse to change the value or select options.

By mouse, use the wheel. indicates that multiple alarm sources are selected.

Note:

There may be cases when the recorder’s built-in motion detection function does not operate properly due to the condition of the input video signal or other factors.

Video loss:

When video loss occurs it can be configured to one channel.

One camera channel can be assigned to multiple video losses.

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Event edit

Press [ENTER] to edit multiple events. The menus are displayed with options on the left-hand column and settings in the right hand column. A cursor

(highlighted menu) can be moved using the direction buttons [ control or the front panel.

] on the remote

Change the above options using the [- + ] buttons on the remote control or by clicking the mouse.

7.3.5 Continuous and event (motion/alarm) recording

Both continuous and event recording can be set at the same time. The DVR records video data continuously over a 24 hour period. But when an event occurs, the recording speed and picture quality can be adjusted differently from the continuoes recording.

Example:

By pressing the [REC] button, the normal recording starts with high picture quality at

6 F/S. When an event is triggered on this channel, it changes to record with super picture quality at 6 F/S. It will be back to normal recording after the event duration has ended.

Note:

Please determine the event source, such as motion, alarm and video loss, on the

DAY EVENT tab.

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7.4 Schedule

When the schedule is on, users may define their own time as well as specified date settings. A schedule is used to record selected cameras with different times, recording rates, alarm or event. By selecting

“Schedule Use” as “ON”. The night mode will be activated.

7.4.1 Chart setup

The schedule chart below shows a graphical representation of the defined record mode.

Night mode will be set by default. However, the schedules are only displayed if a corresponding schedule has been configured in the schedule menu.

Yellow:

Green:

Blue:

Day

Night

No recording yellow: geen: blue: day setting night setting no recording

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1. A cursor (highlighted menu) can be moved using the direction buttons [

2. Select the day you wish to edit. Press [ENTER] or use the mouse.

3. A window shows the selected day.

].

Use the [-, +] buttons or the mouse to change the values. o Mode: Night  Day  No Rec o Begin: The time the recording starts. o End: The time the recording ends. The ending time must not be before the starting time or the same as the starting time. It must be any time later the starting time.

To save changes and exit the menu, press the [MENU] button or click on

“SAVE”.

To exit the menu without saving the changes, press the [CANCEL] button.

Alternatively, close the window by clicking on the cross.

4. Copying schedule:

A cursor (highlighted menu) can be moved using the direction buttons [ the desired day.

] on

Press the [DISPLAY] button. The settings are taken over for the remaining days.

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7.4.2 Holiday setup

This allows you to create up to 32 holidays. If a holiday occurs on the same date as a weekday, the holiday schedule will override the weekday schedule.

1) A cursor (highlighted menu) can be moved using the direction buttons [

2)

Select the day you wish to configure. Press [ENTER] or click the mouse.

3)

].

Use the [-, +] buttons to change the values.

a. Mode : OFF  Day  Night  No Rec  Sun-Sat  Custom b. Date: The date the holiday starts. c. Days: Holiday length (1-15 days)

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7.5 Disk

7.5.1 Disk manager

The Disk Manger is used to format hard disk and to assign the HDD usages such as back up or mirroring.

1. Select

The menu displays all installed HDDs with different options.

Press the up/down [ ] buttons to highlight the HDD, then press the [-, +] buttons to confirm your selection.

Device and size:

This information lists the installed drives and their respective capacities.

Status: o Stream: o Unknown: o Empty: o Recording data: o Backup data: o Other data: o Damaged

CD or DVD is installed for back up purpose.

New installed disk.

Formatted HDD but not used in current DVR.

HDD stored recording data but not used in current

DVR.

HDD stored backup data.

Neither backup nor recording data, including AVI file.

Note:

Disconnected disks will not be displayed in the disk menu.

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2. Action:

None:

Default setting.

Assign to stream disk:

Initialise the selected HDD. It formats the drive and all data on the drive is erased. External SATA HDD can be used to extend HDD capacity. The selected

HDD will be moved to [Recording Disk] after formatting.

Assign to stream & mirror:

This menu will be activated when you work with 2 HDDs at the same time. It will automatically configure one HDD for recording and the other one for mirroring

(=duplicating).

Initialize for backup:

The selected device or external HDD is formatted for backup purpose.

Link record disk:

This function is used for additional, identical model HDDs without formatting.

Note: The following limitations apply to this function:

A. The DVR should be empty, i.e. no HDD included. If

“Recording disks” is active, it won’t work.

B. The used HDD should be from same series. I t’s not working with HDDs of different series.

C. There should be no time duplication for the HDDs.

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Device

ODD HDD

CD/DVD±R CD/DVD±RW SATA USB

can be formatted can be formatted on a PC using FAT

32/NTFS file system must be formatted on DVR before backing up or exporting data to the device

O

X

X

X

X

O

O

=

X

O

Symbols: x = yes, O = no

Notes:

A USB flash memory is working without formatting

If a FAT32/NTFS is installed for formatting an external USB device, the

“Assign to stream disk” feature is disabled. It’s limited to backup only.

Press the [ +] button to start the selected action

To save changes and exit the menu, press the [MENU] button.

To exit the menu without making changes, press the [CANCEL] or [MENU] button.

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7.5.2 Recording disk (HDD)

This information lists the installed drives and their respective capacities which are currently used for recording.

1. Size, range:

It displays the currently recorded data size, the HDD size, the stored data range and the status of the recording.

2. Device:

It displays whether the HDD is master or slave for mirroring. The upper device is the master and the other one is the slave. Once the slave HDD is 100% synchronised, the master HDD can be removed.

3. Status:

Stable:

Re-sync:

The HDD is in stable status.

All pending buffered data are copied to a new drive.

Recover: All pending buffered data are copied to a slave drive.

4. Action Remove HDD.

The dialogue box

“Are you sure?” opens.

Press the up/down [ ] buttons to select “YES” or “NO”, then press the [-, +] button or use the mouse to confirm your selection.

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7.5.3 SMART status

It displays HDD information such as bad sector, temperature or HDD running time.

SMART information may be slightly different, depending on the HDD manufactures.

It is recommended to exchange the HDD when the HDD status

“Pre-fail” is indicated.

Note:

Please see the following status explanations:

Status Explanation

Good

Pre-fail

Past pre-fail

Fail

Good

Alerts that there may be a problem

“Pre-fail” has occurred before

Find problem / need to replace

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7.6 Network

The IP address can be set as static or as dynamic.

The static service consists of an IP address that remains constant for the duration of the contract of the internet service. The dynamic service consists of an IP address that frequently changes every time a new connection is made through the provided modem, or recurrently in a given period of time. Though most internet service providers offer both solutions, this manual will distinguish the two solutions according to the commonly available service type to configure the DVR for the networking purposes.

7.6.1 Ethernet

1. Static IP:

If the static IP is selected, the following settings are available:

IP address: Enter the static IP address

Netmask: Enter the IP address of subnet mask.

Gateway: Enter the IP address for the Internet gateway server.

PRI.DNS server: Verify the name of the domain name system.

SEC.DNS server: Enter the IP address of the backup domain name system

(DNS) server that the DVR will use to convert name to IP address. This server is used if the primary DNS server fails.

Note: If you do not set up the DNS server correctly, it will may have problems to send e-mails.

2. DHCP: Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol.

It is automatically set by a local DHCP if there is one (i.e. a local router). If the

DHCP is set to

“ON”, the IP address, gateway and subnet mask will be assigned by the DHCP server.(i.e.the local area network router).

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7.6.2 General

LEMX series: LMX series:

Access port:

Select a value from 0001 to 9999.

Enter the port number that the client will use to communicate with the DVR over the

Internet. The default port is 7000. It is recommended to use a port >1,000.

Bandwidth:

Select the network bandwidth to limit the amount of network resources allocated to client connection.The default is unlimited: 4 KBPS - 8 MBPS

Block:

Ping:

No response for ping. Default is OFF.

Scan:

No response for auto scan. Default is OFF.

Stream mode:

For stream mode, choose between “dual” and “optimized”.

Dual:

Video/audio streaming with a defined quality. It is independent from the recorder configurations.

Optimized:

Video/audio streaming with maximum data throughput. It depends on the recorder configurations. It is recommended to use the manufacturer’s method to achieve a better network/streaming rate.

Stream property:

It is activated if you have selected “dual streaming”.

Access host (only available for LMX series):

Op tions are “Off”, “Deny” and “Allowed”. If “Deny” or “Allow” has been selected, the tab menu “host” becomes active (also see chapter 7.6.6).

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Auto port FWD:

Click on “Insert” to automatically open ports for router communication with UPNP compliance.

2 Way Audio:

The function „2 Way Audio“ between recorder and EMS software is supported.

Tick the

“Enable“ box.

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7.6.3 E-mail

This DVR allows you to specify the events that generate a notification. An e-mail notification can be sent if an event occurs, e.g. alarm or motion detection.

ON

The menus are displayed with options on the left-hand column and settings in the right hand column. A cursor (highlighted menu) can be moved using the direction buttons

[ ] or the mouse

Use:

Set the e-mail notification to ON or OFF.

The default is “OFF”. Press the [-, +] button to select (or click with the mouse).

Default:

Factory default settings for e-mail notification and e-mail settings.

SMTP:

If you select SMTP, you can define your own e-mail settings.

Send frequency:

The e-mail notification will be sent in certain intervals.

Event: Immediately, 10 minutes, 1 hour, 1 day

Log : 1 day, 1 week

Retry count:

Select the number to try to send e-mail again if the sending has failed.

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E-mail source:

An event has to be specified by notification options.

Event edit:

Notifications can be enabled for each channel for alarm, motion, video loss and system (HDD failure, record failure, HDD full, etc). Press the [ - + ] buttonor the mouse to select.

Log:

This DVR will mail log lists in defined intervals.

E-mail address:

Up to 5 mail addresses can be defined for e-mail notifications.

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7.6.4 SMTP

This menu will be activated when you check

“SMPT” in the e-mail settings.

Server:

Enter the e-mail server name or the IP address. Use the virtual keyboard or press the appropriate numeric button on the remote control or the front panel.

Port:

Define the port that the SMTP server will communicate through. By default, it set to 25.

Authentication:

Check this to “ON” if your mail server requires authentication.

User ID & password:

Enter the user ID/name and password for the SMTP server (entry is not case-sensitive).

Send test:

Test to send e-mails.

To save changes and exit the menu, press the

[MENU] button or click “SAVE”.

To exit the menu without making changes, press the [CANCEL] button. Alternatively, close the window by clicking on the cross.

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7.6.5 DDNS (Dynamic DNS)

ON

The menus are displayed with options on the left-hand column and settings in the right hand column. A cursor (highlighted menu) can be moved using the direction buttons

[ ] or the mouse.

Use :

Set DDNS to “ON” or “OFF”. The default is OFF. Press the [-, +] button to select. Using the mouse, click the option to select DDNS provider.

Default:

Default it is provided by the manufacture. We offer DDNS service for remote at http://www.dvrhost.com

If you are using

“Default” for DDNS, you do not need to setup anything. It’s not allow for you to create a host name.

It’s provided by the DVR. Press the [Info] button on the remote control or on the front panel, then check your host name.

Mac address

Host Name

Example: http://G747474.dvrhost.com:7400

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DYNDNS:

To use your own domain name service or

“dyndns.com”

The following settings are only needed if you are NOT using the

“Default” mode: a.) Domain name:

Enter the name you have used for the DDNS web configuration. b.) User ID:

Enter your user ID. c.) Password:

Enter your password. d.) Update test:

Click the update test button to confirm the connection. A success message will appear.

To save changes and exit the menu, press the [MENU] button.

To exit the menu without making changes, press the [CANCEL] button. Alternatively, close the window by clicking the cross.

Note:

Please write the password in capital letters (small letters are automatically changed to capital letters).

7.6.6 Host List (only for LMX series)

At” Network -> General” select “Allowed” in the “Access host” field. The above host list comes up. Here you can enter the IP addresses of the computers which are allowed or not allowed (denied) to access the DVR.

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7.6.7 Router and port forwarding

The majority of networks often consist of a single IP address which shares the Internet access through a router. This IP address may be any external (public) static IP address or any dynamic IP address issued by the Internet service provider.

The purpose of a router is to enable multiple personal computers and any other devices that require Internet connection to access the Internet simultaneously. Most routers by default enable (open) commonly used ports so that mainstream applications such as

Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP, port 80), File Transfer Protocol (FTP, port 21),

Telnet (port 23) and Post Office Protocol 3 (POP3, port 110) are used.

To solve the firewall problem and let visitor into the network, the user instructs the router to allow traffic to pass through on a given port. This is known as

“Port Forwarding”, as the router forwards (directs) all Internet requests on a specific port to the local machine.

With port forwarding, external visitors are able to connect to the DVR while other internal devices remain protected.

Here is the example of DVR connection.

Network Router DVR IP Setting

PC connect position PC connect position

① LAN ② WAN

CF

A B C B C

STATIC

○ use

DHCP

○ ▲

Check the DVR IP and set it to router.

Static IP

STATIC

○ ○ ○ ○ ○ x

DHCP

N/A (need local DHCP server)

STATIC

○ use

DHCP

Check the DVR IP and set it to router.

DHCP

STATIC N/A x

DHCP PPPOE is not supported

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1) Connections:

LAN: Connect via local IP. If you are connecting within your network, you only need to enter the IP address of the system

(ex. 192.168.0.50)

WAN: Connect via DDNS. If you are connecting from outside your network, use the DDNS to configure the S/W.

(Ex. L123456.dvrhost.com).

WAN: Connect via IP address. If you are connecting from outside your network and if you know your static IP address, use the IP address. (Ex. http://124.137.23.72:6000 )

2) Description of symbols.

○ : Connected.

x : Not able to connect

: There are some limitation depending on the router or network connection.

: Need to use Port Forwarding

3) Description of colour.

Yellow: Recommended

Grey: Not available

White: Depends on router or network condition.

How to use DVR for DHCP:

Router:

Port Forwarding /DMZ

Internet: DHCP

DVR: DHCP DVR: Static IP

Note:

Each router has different port forwarding settings. Please refer to the router manual or contact to your router manufacture for assistance.

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7.7 Device

7.7.1 General

This DVR support 4, 8 or 16 channels (depeding on the model) for audio, alarm inputs and

4 relay outputs. A HDMI output is supported, too.

The menus are displayed with options on the left-hand column and settings in the right hand column. A cursor (highlighted menu) can be moved using the direction buttons [

] .

1) Display:

Please define the output resolution.

The DVR automatically detects and set correct video resolution.

800 x 600  1024 x 768  1280 x 720  1280 x 1024  1600 x 1200 

1680 x 1050  1920 x 1080I  1920 x 1080P

HDMI Auto:

If the “HDMI Auto” function is activated, the HDMI resolution on the monitor is automatically recognised and adjusted. If a VGA monitor is used, it may happen that it doesn’t support a high-resolution and thus the notification “Not supported format” is displayed.

Note:

This video resolution will apply to both HDMI and VGA outputs. If the VGA monitor is not able to support high resolution, it might happen that no video is displayed.

In case of displaying video on HDMI and VGA output simultaneously, please set the lowest resolution.

If both HDMi as well as VGA are to be used, please make sure not to exceed the maximum VGA resolution of 1280x1024 (4:3) or 1280x720

(16:9)

. Moreover, the box “HDMI Auto” must be unchecked.

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2) Audio Record:

Set the audio recording to “ON” or “OFF”. The audio data is always recorded in real-time whereas the video data can be recorded in various modes including realtime. There may be a slight delay in synchronisation of the audio and video data.

3) Keypad Model:

Select the joystick and the Baud rate.

Note:

Default device: SANTEC KSC-3505

4) Extend Device:

Select the desired output device.

5) PTZ event:

Select the PTZ event duration: OFF, 1-5 sec.

6) Alarm Out:

Select the alarm duration: OFF, 1-5 sec.

To save changes and exit the menu, press the

[MENU] button or click “SAVE”.

To exit the menu without making changes, press the [CANCEL] button. Alternatively, close the window by clicking the cross.

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7.7.2 Alarm

This DVR support 4, 8 or16 (depending on the model) alarm inputs and 4 relay outputs.

One alarm input can be configured to one relay output.

One relay output can be assigned to multiple alarm inputs.

Use the left/right buttons [ ] to select the tab

“ALARM”. The menus are displayed with options on the left-hand column and settings in the right hand column. A cursor

(highlighted menu) can be moved using the direction buttons [

Input:

Change the input type. Use the [-, +] button to change the values.

] or the mouse.

Output:

You can configure how the relay outputs are controlled: automatically or manually.

Use: Change the output type.

Inactive: a. Event (automatic): Relay out is turned off when the event expires. This setting is configured globally. b. Manual: Relay out is turned off from this menu (Control).

Event Edit

Press [ENTER] to edit multiple event. The menus are displayed with options on the left-hand column and settings in the right hand column. A cursor (highlighted menu) can be moved using the direction buttons [ front panel.

] on the remote control or on the

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Change the below options using the [ - + ] buttons on the remote control.

The following system events can be used:

HDD disk failure

Record system failure

Temperature warning.

Fan lock warning

Voltage warning

Low RTC battery warning

External device event

Network link disconnected

Admin login

Power recovery

Disk full

Invalid password in sequence

Auxiliary event (reserved)

Control:

Manual control for relay output and buzzer.

Buzzer

Use: o ON: The buzzer sounds if an alarm is triggered. The buzzer will sound for the duration of the record time. This buzzer is connected to the alarm output.

Please configure the alarm output to

“ON” to activate the alarm buzzer. o OFF: Disables the alarm buzzer function.

Inactive:

Turn off the buzzer. o Event (automatic): The buzzer is turned off when the event has finished. o Manual: The buzzer can be controlled by this menu <Control>.

To save changes and exit the menu, press the

[MENU] button or click “SAVE”.

To exit the menu without making changes, press the [CANCEL] button. Alternatively, close the window by clicking the cross.

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7.7.3 PTZ event

If an event is triggered by an alarm, motion or video loss, this DVR sends a preset command to the PTZ camera. PTZ option must be enabled and a protocol must be assigned to the camera channel.

Channel:

Select the desired PTZ camera.

Active:

Configure the PTZ action: none  go to  tour

Inactive:

Configure the command once an event has ended: none  go to  tour

Event edit:

Press [ENTER] to edit multiple events. The menus are displayed with options on the lefthand column and settings in the right hand column. A cursor (highlighted menu) can be moved using the direction buttons [ ] on the remote control or the front panel.

Note:

Do not set up motion detection on the PTZ camera for a PTZ event. The signal will be looping. Use the [ - + ] buttons to change the values.

To save changes and exit the menu, press the

[MENU] button or click “SAVE”.

To exit the menu without making changes, press the [CANCEL] button. Alternatively, close the window by clicking the cross.

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Control ID:

Each DVR that is preconfigured with the control ID, can be operated by the remote control. To select the DVR to be controlled with the remote control, press and hold the

DVR ID button. While holding the DVR ID button, press the appropriate DVR ID number.

Eample:

Enter

“05” for DVR ID 05, enter “43” for DVR ID 43, and so on. If you enter “00”, all

DVRs

– irrespective or their ID – will be controlled at the same time.

DVR Name:

Assign a name to the DVR, especially when you have several DVRs in the network.

Key tone:

By default, the DVR emits a beep every time a button is pressed. Set the key tone to

“OFF” to turn the button beep off. Default setting is “ON”

Auto logout:

You can configure the DVR to automatically log out users. Default setting is

“OFF”.

[OFF  1 minute  3 minutes  5 minutes  10 minutes]

SMART monitor:

Turn ON or OFF to display HDD information.

Key sensitivity:

Set the sensitivity of the keys on the DVR front panel.

PB Deinterlace (only for LEMX series):

 ON: Reducing image flickering but less picture quality.

 OFF: Better picture quality for still image but having flicker for moving pictures.

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7.8.2 Time

Make sure to set up your date and time prior to start recording.

Use the left/right buttons [ ] to select the tab menu “Time”. The menus are displayed with options on the left-hand column and settings in the right hand column. A cursor

(highlighted menu) can be moved using the direction buttons [ buttons or the mouse to change the values.

Time zone:

]. Press the [-, +]

Select the time zone in which the DVR is located. The DVR contains DST setting

(Daylight Saving Time). If you choose a time zone with DST, there is no change in the system time stamp for recorded data. When the Daylight Saving Time ends, the DVR automatically adjusts the time.

Date format:

Select the format to display the date:

MM/DD/YYYY  DD/MM/YYYY  YYYY/MM/DD

NTP synchronisation:

The internal time of the DVR can be synchronised with an external time source using

NTP (Network Time Server). If the NTP option is ON, the date and rime option are inactive.

NTP server:

Allows you to use a public or private NTP server. Enter the IP address of the sever or the domain. The default setting for a public server is

“pool.ntp.org”.

Note: Time synchronization intervals: min. 64 sec, max. 1024 sec

NTP test:

Test whether the NTP server works properly.

Date and time:

Set the current time and date.

To save changes and exit the menu, press the

[MENU] button or click “SAVE”.

To exit the menu without making changes, press the [CANCEL] button. Alternatively, close the window by clicking the cross.

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7.8.3 Account

Use the left/right buttons [ ] to select the tab menu “Account”. The menus are displayed with options on the left-hand column and settings in the right hand column. A cursor

(highlighted menu) can be moved using the direction buttons [ ]. Press the [-, +] button to change the values. Alternatively, use the mouse.

User/Name:

The DVR comes preconfigured with ADMIN. Select a user 1-5, and then activate it.

Name length: up to 10 characters

Characters: A to Z (no special characters), numerals 0 to 9

Privilege:

The admin user can define each user’s privilege such as playback, PTZ control, backup, configuration (except for disk and system), recording stop, system shutdown.

Network PWD:

The DVR comes pre-configured with a system password to either enable network access for the administrator or to deny access for users. It is possible to create different passwords for network access.

Password length: up to 10 characters.

Characters: A to Z (no special characters), numerals 0 to 9.

Usable channel:

Each user can be assigned to specific cameras.

System password:

Enter the 6 digits for the new password, and then re-enter the same password in the

“confirm” section. The asterisks represent each entered character.

To save changes and exit the menu, press the

[MENU] button or click “SAVE”.

To exit the menu without making changes, press the [CANCEL] button. Alternatively, close the window by clicking the cross.

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7.8.4 Update

1. Download the latest firmware file and copy it to a USB Flash memory stick in the root directory.

2. Connect the USB stick into one of the USB ports. If you are currently recording, please stop the recording.

3. Using direction button [  ], move to [START]. Press the [+] button to look for the upgrade file. If the DVR finds a valid update file, the update menu is activated.

4. Press the [-, +] button to find proper upgrade file. Version information is displayed. If there are several valid update files, please select the desired file.

5. Using direction button [  ], move to [START]. Press [+] button to start the update. While it

’s updating, an ”in progress” message is displayed. Alternatively, use the mouse.

6. After the update process is completed, a

“Restart” message is displayed. Press the [+] button to restart. Alternatively, use the mouse.

Note:

Do not switch off the DVR or press any key during the update process.

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7.8.5 Info

No adjustments can be made here but only system information is displayed.

Press the [INFO] button on the remote control or on the front panel. The system information is displayed. Use the direction button to move to the next page.

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8. PAN/TILT ZOOM (PTZ) CONTROL

PTZ control is available to support dome cameras. The PTZ option must be configured for each camera channel.

The layout of the PTZ interface is identical to the layout of the front of the DVR or the remote control. The menu button is the guide anchor position for all other buttons. When in PTZ interface mode, all buttons are used for PTZ related operation.

8.1 PTZ menu

To activate the pan/tilt control, select the full screen display of the camera you wish to control.

Then press the [

PTZ

] button. The following window pops up:

INDICATOR ACTIONS

Press this button to display the

“HELP” menu. Press the [ENTER] button again or the [CANCEL] button to cancel the “Help” menu.

[ENTER]

[CANCEL]

[MENU]

Press this button to cancel the “PAN/TITL” operation.

Press the [Menu] button to control all functions via the PTZ interface.

Press this button again to access the short-cut menu.

Directions

To tilt up/down.

To pan right/left. decrease/increase

To zoom in/out.

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Control via mouse:

Using the mouse, the PTZ menu and control box are displayed as shown below.

Use the mouse cursor instead of the direction buttons to move around.

1. Press the PTZ button on the virtual remote control.

2. The PTZ menu and the control panel are displayed (see below).

3. Use the mouse and click inside the rectangle. Move the mouse while pressing and holding the left button.

Note:

As long as the left mouse button is pressed, the mouse (the cursor) can move inside the rectangle.

.

4. Drücken Sie die [MENU] Taste auf der Fernbedienung, um die virtuelle PTZ-

Steuerung zu aktivieren. Hiermit können Sie jetzt heran-/herauszoomen, Touren

starten, usw.

5. Um die PTZ-Steuerung wieder zu verlassen, drücken Sie die [ESC] Taste. Alternativ

klicken Sie mit der rechten Maustaste außerhalb des Kontrollfelds und drücken dann

die [ESC] Taste.

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8.2 Preset and tour

Button Function

Set the preset position. Press the [SPOT OUT] button on the remote control.

Move the PTZ camera into the desired position.

Press the [Preset] button.

“Custom 1” will illuminate.

Set the number for the preset position.

Press the [ENTER] button to save the presets and to exit the menu.

Go to the preset position. Press the [INFO] button on remote the control.

Press the [Go] button.

Enter the desired preset number and the press the [ENTER] button.

Start auto tour. Press the [BACKUP] button on the remote control.

Press the [Auto Tour] button.

Press the [ + ] button and the enter the range of presets.

Press [ENTER] to confirm.

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Tour Group

A pre-defined tour group allows a camera to move through a programmed sequence of

PTZ presets.

1) Communication settings.

Configure the appropriate camera model by entering the ID and the corresponding

Baud rate. Please also refer to the PTZ camera manufacturer

’s instruction manual for proper settings.

2) Tour:

There are 4 programmable tours. Using the [ - + ] button to choose a tour:

[Group 1 Group 2  Group 3  Group 4]

3) Tour settings: a. Group list: Each tour group consists of up to 10 preset position. b. Preset number: Enter the start and end of a preset for the group. c. Dwell time: Set the pause between end of current preset and the start of the next preset. d. Change: Add, modify or clear the tour list. e. Repeat steps b) to d) for any additional tour.

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8.3 Custom functions

Button Function

First PTZ custom function: [DISPLAY] button on the remote control

Second PTZ custom function: [ZOOM] button on the remote control

Third PTZ custom function: [PTZ] button on the remote control

8.4 Auto pan, auto tilt, power

Button Function

Auto pan: [STOP] button on the remote control

Auto tilt: [REW] button on the remote control

Power on/off: [FF] button on the remote control

8.5 PTZ camera models

No. Model Name

1 PELCO, D

2 RVT, EZ Protocol

3 PELCO, P

4 Hitron, Fastrax 2

5 Bosch, Auto Dome

6

SANTEC VDC-258

7

SANTEC VDC-610

Note:

3x Speed Preset Go to Tour A. Pan A.Tilt Pat Me

o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o

Esc/

Enter

o o o

The pan/tilt speed can be set from 1-8:

1 = slow

8 = fast

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9.PLAYBACK / SEARCH

The DVR supports 2 playback modes: playback and search. The DVR offers a variety of search functions which enables you to quickly and efficiently locate and review a specific period of time in the database. You can search for date/time, event and log.

9.1 Playback

When the [PLAY] button is pressed, the DVR starts to playback any recorded data from the latest data. When the DVR reaches the end of the recorded data, it will stop the playback.

During playback, the DVR may be played back in reverse, paused, speed search with up to 16 times the normal speed, or move picture by picture.

9.2 Time search

9.2.1 Multi channel playback

T

1. Press the [Time Search] button to access the time search table. The day will be displayed. The data are colour-coded by category: red = event yellow = normal day, hour, minute channel

2. Use the [ - + ] button to navigate between day and hour. If you use the mouse, work with the wheel.

Note:

Use the [PLAY] button to move at the end of the data.

Use the [REWIND] or [FF] button to move to the next page.

3. To review all channels, press the [ENTER]. Using the mouse, double click.

4. The DVR will start the playback mode, displaying all 16 channels. Any channel number or the [DISPLAY] button may be pressed to change the display mode.

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9.2.2 Preview search (single channel playback)

The DVR allows you to quickly review a single channel of playback over a period of day, hour and minute.

T

Press the displayed.

[Time Search] button to access the time search table. The day will be

Red = Event

Yellow = Continuous

1.

Click on “Event Select” to change the search mode. day, hour, minute channel

2.

Click “OK”. Use the [- +] button or the mouse to select “Event record”.

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9.2.3 Recorded event search

The recorded event search feature allows you to search for recorded video by event.

1.

Click on “Event Select”

2. Press [ENTER]. Press the [ - + ] buttons or use the mouse to select the event.

3. To save changes and exit the menu, press the

[MENU] button or click “SAVE”.

To exit the menu without making changes, press the [CANCEL] button.

Alternatively, close the window by clickin on the cross.

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9.2.4 Event source search

The event source search feature allows you to search for a triggered event (alarm, motion, video loss).

1.

Select “Motion Area” to search for a specific area.

2. Select the channel.

3. Select the motion area:

Select all. Press [ENTER] to select.

Clear all. Press [ENTER] to select.

Select. Press [ENTER] to select.

Press the [MENU] button. The time search diagram displays the recorded data in red.

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9.3 Go to search

1. Press the [Time Search] button for 2 seconds. The time input menu will pop up.

2. Set the date and time (start and end) you wish to search.

3. Press [ENTER] or [MENU] to start the search.

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9.4 Log list search

The logs can be used to search and review a point in time of the recorded data.

Alarm, motion, video loss and system related logs can be searched and played back directly from the time of the incident.

. To start the event search, press the [LOG] button on the remote control.

The log list menu pops up, as shown below.

MENU TAB CONDITION

ALL

All events are listed which occurred ever since the recorded was initially powered.

SYSTEM It shows all system events.

NETWORK

EVENT

It shows all network events.

It shows all events except for alarm, motion, video loss and system failure.

VIDEO LOSS It shows all video loss events.

2. Use the up/down buttons [] to go to “Time”.

Use the left/right buttons [] to move to the next page.

3. Press the [ENTER] button to start the playback.

Note:

The log lists are saved on the HDD.

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Detailed log information:

icon means that there is more detailed information available.

Press the [INFO] button. A window with detailed information will pop up:

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10.BACKUP

10.1 Manual backup

10.1.1 Internal CD/DVD-R/W drive (only for LMX series)

Note:

The backup process to the CD-RW and DVD-RW only works in manual backup mode due to the limited capacity of the medium.

1. Insert a blank media into the built-in CD/DVD drive.

Note:

The CD/DVD must be formatted before backup.

2. Press the [BACKUP] button on the remote control and the backup menu will appear.

3. Use the [-, +] button to select the device CD/DVD-RW.

4. Use the [-, +] button to select the channel. All channels are set by default.

5. Please select the data you wish to backup:

(1) All data: Normally recorded data

(2) Event only: Event recorded data

6. The file will be saved as

“.s” format. AVI is not supported for CD/DVD.

7. Select the time range starting time and ending time (24 hour clock).

8. Press .

9. Press the [+] button to start the backup process.

The CD/DVD indicator will light up in blue to show that the backup is in progress.

CD/DVD ROM

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The progress of the backup will be displayed at the bottom of the window as percentage of the entire backup process. Please note that the CD/DVD-RW icon’s colour will be blue to signify that backup is in progress. The OSD will disappear by pressing [CANCEL] button. However, pressing [BACKUP] button again, the backup status is displayed again. It is recommended not to perform any playback while the DVR is in backup session.

10.

When finished, the CD/DVD icon will changed to grey and the CD/DVD is ejected.

If there is not enough space on the CD/DVD, the DVR will automatically eject the disk when it’s full. The recorder will resume the backup process once a new media is inserted in to the drive.

Note: During the backup process, no recording should be running.

The p layback software will simply “auto-run” and does not require the installation of software on your PC.

If y ou choose to backup several items, a “playlist” will pop up instead of “auto run”.

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10.1.2 USB memory stick

The backup process for an external USB memory stick is identical to the one described before for the CD/DVD-RW backup.

To read the USB backup, please use FAT32 or NTFS formats.

To backup as an AVI file, set the file format to AVI using the [+] button.

10.1.3 Backup range setup

It is possible to run a backup over a specific time range.

Go to the “time search chart” menu.

Press the

[◄

] button to set the backup start time. Press the [

►] button to set the end. The selected time will be displayed in violet.

The selected backup time from 19:00-59 will be displayed for the backup range.

Use the [LOG IN/OUT] button to toggle between the time ranges.

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10.2 Auto backup via FTP-server

1. Use the [ - + ] button to select the device “FTP”.

3. Use the direction buttons to alter the FTP settins.

The menus are displayed with options on the left-hand column and settings in the right hand column.

ITEM ADJUSTMENT

Server Select th highlighted FTP server and then press the numeric buttons to define it.

Port Define the port that the FTP server will communicate through.

Authentication

Select „ON“ or „OFF“.

User ID Enter the user ID of the FTP server.

Password Enter the password (no capital letters).

Connection Select the mode, either “passive” or “active”.

Backup path Path for FTP server.

Test Test of FTP server.

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10.3 Log list backup

1. Plug-in the USB memory stick to the USB port.

2. Press the [LOG] button to see the log list of the DVR.

3. Press the [BACKUP] button to save the log list to the USB memory stick.

Use the [ - + ] button to select a device.

Select the type of log list among ALL, SYSTEM, NETWORK, EVENT and

VLOSS.

Select the time range (starting time and ending time).

Press the [+] button to start the backup process.

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11. Remote access via the Internet Explorer

You can access your SanStore recorder via the Internet Explorer.

11.1 IP address

Open the Internet Explorer.

As URL, enter the IP address of the recorder:

Example: http://192.168.0.251:7000

(In this example, a recorder with port

11.2 Login

7000 is entered.)

Either login as „admin“ or as “user”.

The default password is: 000000

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If you access the recorder via the Internet Expl orer for the first time, click on „add-on“ so that the plug-in is loaded.

Click on „install“.

The recorder display appears.

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11.3 Recorder playback

After the ActiveX plug-in has been installed, the following screen pops up:

1. Main camera display window:

A live video or a playback video is displayed for 4/8/16 cameras (depending on the recorder model). The respective channel number, channel title and frame rate are displayed, too.

2. Mode display:

It is indicated whether the program runs a live video or a playback video.

3. File open:

Select the appropriate file.

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4. Setup:

Opens the recorder menu to adjust the settings.

5. Capture (Snapshots):

You can take a snapshot from a live picture or from the playback video. These images will be saved in JPEG or BMP format. In addition, you can also print pictures from your local printer.

6. Rec:

A recording is started or stopped.

7. OSD:

The information (camera title, camera name, time, display mode) are displayed or not displayed on the screen.

8. Select camera number:

Select the appropriate camera number which should be displayed as full screen.

9. Display of camera views:

You can select from the following display options:

Full screen, 4 channels, 6 channels, 7 channels, 8 channels, 9 channels, 10 channels or 16 channels (display options depend on the recorder model/number of channels). All these options are always available, independent of the number of connected recorders or the number of displayed cameras.

10. PTZ control:

If several PTZ cameras are connected to the recorder, they can individually be selected and controlled by using the PTZ control box. To control a channel-specific

PTZ camera, click on the channel the PTZ camera is connected to.

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1

2

3

Pan/tilt direction buttons

Zoom in

Zoom out

Focus

Pan and tilt.

Zoom in.

Zoom out.

4

5

Iris

Focus near.

Focus far.

Auto-focus.

Iris close.

Iris open.

Preset and tour

Auto iris.

7

6

Special functions

Save preset.

Go to preset.

Run presets sequentially.

First customer function.

Second customer function.

Third customer function.

Auto-pan

8

Run auto-pan.

Auto-tilt

9

Pattern

Run auto-tilt.

10

Run pattern.

Menu, escape and pan speed

Go to menu.

11

Escape menu.

Decrease/increas pan speed.

Power on/off

12

Power on/off.

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11.4 Live mode

1. Camera title

2. Time

3. Recorder status

REC:

Wait:

Loss:

Close:

Alarm:

Motion:

PB:

Live:

Limit:

Normal recording

Wait for initial connection

Video loss

Disconnected from recorder

Alarm recording

Motion recording

Playback of selected channel

Live viewing

Maximal network connection is limited to 3 users.

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11.5 Remote playback

5

6

2

Click on „Remote Search“

The following window pops up. Select the date and the time and t hen clikc on “Play” to start the playback.

1

1. Year and month

2. Day

3. Hour

4. Minute

5. Type of video recording:

For every hour or minute window the respective recording mode is indicated:

Yellow: Normal recording

Green: Motion recording

Red: Alarm recording

6.

„Play“ and „Download“:

Play: The playback is run.

Download:

The videos are downloaded to the HDD. Please select the path to save the videos.

3

4

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During playback mode, you can click on „hour“ or „minute“ or „clip“ at any time to scrol forwards or backwards. You can also changethe playback speed.

1

3

2

1. Camera title

2. Time

3. Recorder status

REC:

Wait:

Normal recording

Wait for initial connection

Loss:

Close:

Video loss

Disconnected from recorder

Alarm:

Motion:

PB:

Live:

Limit:

Alarm recording

Motion recording

Playback of selected channel

Live viewing

Maximal network connection is limited to 3 users.

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11.6 Download

To download a file, click on „download“ instead of on „play“ (as described in the previous chapter).

The download window pops up. The begin, the end and the current time are indicated.

As soon as the download process is completed, the message „download complete“ appears.

11.7 Recorder setup

The recorder setup menu allows you to change recorder settings via remote access, just like you would do it directly on the recorder.

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12. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Model

SanStore-4LEMX

4 channels

Specifications

SanStore-8LEMX

8 channels

SanStore-16LEMX

16 channels

4/0 8/0 16/0

HDMI (1920x1080), VGA (1280x1024), Composite, SPOT-OUT

Video input/loop out

Video output

Compression

Live picture resolution

Alarm input/output (relay)

Operating system

System control

Live picture recording speed

H.264

D1 (720 x 576), PAL

4/1 8/1

EMBEDDED LINUX

16/1

Keyboard, IR remote control, mouse, EMS software, Internet Explorer

4 channels real-time 8 channels real-time 16 channels real-time

Max. recording rate (PAL) 100 fps: 720x576

100 fps: 720x576

200 fps: 720x288

100 fps: 720x576

200 fps: 720x288

400 fps: 360x288

Audio inputs/output

Characteristics

Display

Camera name

Recording

Recording mode

Recording settings

Motion detection

Search mode

Playback mode

Multi-tasking

Watchdog

Backup

1 / 1 4 (1x RCA + 3 D-Sub) / 1

Brightness, contrast, colour setting per channel

12 characters per camera

Manual, schedule, alarm, motion

5 compression level / frame rate setting

Pre-alarm: 5-300 sec. / post-alarm: 5-300 sec.

8x8 grids per channel

Date/time, camera, alarm, motion

Forwards/backwards, pause, frame by frame, normal speed 2x, 4x, 8x, 16x

Simultaneous live display and playback, recording or backup, remote transmission

Recovery at power loss:

Auto-boot with keeping the last recording settings

USB memory stick, external HDD, external CD/DVD-RW,

EMS Client Software, Webserver

RS422/485, Ethernet(10/100 Base-T), USB 2.0

1x SATA-I

Interfaces

HDD

Network

Remote software

General

Voltage

Operating temperature

Dimensions (WxHxD)

LAN, WAN, Internet

EMS Client Software, Internet Explorer, Smartphone Apps

12 V DC

0 - 40°C

280 x 60 x 316 mm

Weight Approx. 2.0 kg (incl. HDD)

Subject to technical changes without prior notice. Errors excepted.

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4 channel

4 / 0

SanStore-8LMX

8 channels

8 / 8

SanStore-16LMX

16 channels

16 / 16 Video input / loop out

Video output

Max. frame rate

Audio inputs/output

Characteristics

Recording mode

PTZ-Steuerung

PTZ-Protokolle

Passwortschutz

Search mode

1x monitor BNC

1x VGA

1x HDMI (1080P)

1x spot monitor BNC

H.264

D1 (720 x 576), PAL

Compression

Max. resolution

Alarm input/output

Operating system

System control

Motion detection

Backup

Communication

Internal HDD

External HDD

Remote access via

Max. number of remote accesses

Time synchronisation

General

4/1

EMBEDDED LINUX

PC mouse, IR remote control, keys, control keyboard KSC-3505,

EMS software, Internet Explorer

100 fps: 720 x 576 (D1) 200 fps: 720 x 576 (D1) 400 fps: 720 x 576 (D1)

1x cinch / 1x cinch

Continuous, alarm, motion, schedule

Mask: 8 x 8 adjustable

Sensitivity: 20 levels

Yes

Pelco P/D, etc.

Yes

Date/time, event, log search

External HDD, internal CD/DVD drive,

USB stick, network, FTP

1x RS-422/485, 1x Ethernet (1Gbit), 2x USB 2.0

1x SATA-I 2x SATA-I

Max. 2x USB (only backup)

EMS Software, Internet Explorer, iPhone, Android

3

SNTP protocol

Voltage

Operating temperature

Dimensions (WxHxD)

12 V DC via external power supply 230 V AC

0 to +40° C

360 x 70 x 360 mm

Weight 2.4 kg without HDD

Subject to technical changes without prior notice. Errors excepted.

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