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8 CH MJPEG DVR

U S E R M A N U A L

Contents

1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS.................................................................................. 3

2. FEATURES ......................................................................................................... 4

3. PACKING LIST .................................................................................................. 5

4. NAME and FUNCTION of EACH PART .......................................................... 6

4.1 FRONT PANEL BUTTONS and CONTROLS...................................... 6

4.2 REAR PANEL BUTTONS and CONTROLS ........................................ 7

5. INSTALLATION................................................................................................. 8

5.1 CAMERA and MICROPHONE INPUT CONNECTION ...................... 8

5.2 MONITOR CONNECTION ......................................................................... 9

5.3 DVR and NETWORK CONNECTION.................................................. 9

5.4 POWER-IN ........................................................................................... 10

6. OPERATION DESCRIPTIONS........................................................................ 11

6.1 LIVE MODE ......................................................................................... 11

6.2 RECORD MODE .................................................................................. 13

6.3 PLAYBACK MODE............................................................................. 14

6.4 SEARCH ............................................................................................... 15

7. MENU SETUP DESCRIPTION ....................................................................... 16

7.1 DATE/ TIME SETUP ........................................................................... 17

7.2 CAMERA SETUP................................................................................. 17

7.2.1 EDIT CAMERA TITLE 1-8 .............................................................. 18

7.2.2 VIDEO ADJUST................................................................................ 18

7.2.3 MOTION DETECTION..................................................................... 19

7.3 RECORD SETUP.................................................................................. 20

7.4 SCHEDULE SETUP ............................................................................. 21

7.5 HARD DISK SETUP ............................................................................ 22

7.6 CF CARD SETUP................................................................................. 22

7.6.1 CF CARD COPY ............................................................................... 23

7.7 OTHERS ............................................................................................... 24

7.7.1 PASSWORD ...................................................................................... 25

7.7.2 BUZZER ............................................................................................ 25

7.7.3 RELAY OUTPUT .............................................................................. 26

7.7.4 ALARM INPUT................................................................................. 27

7.7.5 SQUENCE DWELL TIME................................................................ 28

7.8 FACTORY DEFAULT ......................................................................... 28

8. NETWORK DVR SETUP ................................................................................ 29

8.1 Connecting Network DVR .................................................................... 29

8.1.1 Online using Intranet or Fixed IP ....................................................... 29

8.1.2 Online using ADSL (PPPoE) Router ................................................. 29

8.1.3 Online using DDNS Server ................................................................ 29

8.2 Online with DHCP Server ..................................................................... 30

8.3 Online without DHCP Server................................................................ 31

8.4 Online Connection................................................................................. 32

8.4.1 Install ActiveX ................................................................................... 32

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9. FUNCTION SETUP.......................................................................................... 35

9.1 Main Display ......................................................................................... 35

9.1.1 View ................................................................................................... 36

9.1.2 Image Recording ................................................................................ 36

9.1.2.1 Save as JPEG:.................................................................................. 36

9.1.2.2 Save as AVI:.................................................................................... 37

9.2 Advanced Setup..................................................................................... 39

9.2.1 Network Setting.................................................................................. 39

9.2.2 User Setup .......................................................................................... 40

9.2.3 DDNS Setup ....................................................................................... 41

10. TROUBLESHOOTING .................................................................................. 42

11. NETWORK INSTALLATION ........................................................................ 43

11.1 System Configuration.......................................................................... 43

11.2 Suggested PC Equipment .................................................................... 43

12. HARD DISK INFORMATION....................................................................... 44

13. APPENDIX...................................................................................................... 45

13.1 DB25 Alarm Input/Relay Output Definition....................................... 45

14. SPECIFICATION ............................................................................................ 46

The author assumes no responsibility for any errors or omissions that may appear in this document nor does the author make a commitment to update the information herein.

VER.:1.0, P/N.: 040114/1

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1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

CAUTION

RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK.

DO NOT OPEN!

C AUTIO N :

TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK,

DO NOT OPEN COVERS (OR BACK).

NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.

REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED

SERVICE PERSONNEL.

It is advised to read the Safety Precaution Guide through carefully before operating the product, to prevent any possible danger.

WARNING: Alert the user to the presence of un-insulated “dangerous voltage”.

CAUTION: Alert the user the presence of important operating and maintenance (Servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.

Disposal of Old Electrical & Electronic Equipment (Applicable in the European

Union and other European countries with separate collection systems).

This symbol on the product or on its packaging indicates that this product shall not be treated as household waste. Instead it shall be handed over to the applicable collection point for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment. By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will help prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human health, which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste handling of this product. The recycling of materials will help to conserve natural resources.

For more detailed information about recycling of this product, please contact your local city office , your household waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased the product.

The power cord is the main power connection. Therefore, constantly plug and unplug of the power cord might result in malfunction of the product.

Do not install the product in an environment where the humidity is high.

Unless the product is waterproof or weatherproof, otherwise poor image quality may occur.

Do not drop the product or subject them to physical shocks.

Except for vandal-proof or shockproof product, otherwise malfunctions may occur.

Never keep the product to direct strong light.

It can damage the product.

Do not spill liquid of any kind on the product.

If it gets wet, wipe it dry immediately. Alcohol or beverage can contain minerals that corrode the electronic components.

Do not expose to extreme temperatures.

Use the product at temperatures within 5 ℃ ~ 40 ℃ .

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2. FEATURES

8-Channel video recording and 1-Channel audio recording.

1-Video outputs to monitor, 1-video output to SPOT, and 2-audio outputs.

Auto NTSC/ PAL video format detection.

Auto video loss detection and alarm alert.

8-Alarm signal input and 1-Relay output (auto alarm recording).

High-capacity removable hard disk (up to 500 GB capacity), digital image storage replaces tape-based mechanical systems .

Auto overwrite or alarm notification when hard disk is full, reduces manpower management.

Power-loss memory function, designed to reboot and continue recording.

Motion-JPEG video and G.711 audio compression format.

Maximum recording rate is 60fps@704x240 (NTSC) or 50pfs@704x288

(PAL).

Adjustable recording quality and frame rates for recording.

4 Types of record mode: Manual, Schedule Alarm, Schedule Motion Detection and Schedule Continue.

Monitoring or recording can be shown by full, quad screen, 9-split and by auto sequential switching.

Quick efficient playback search by Date & Time.

Recorded images backup is applicable by Compact Flash card (PC supports

AVI file playback).

Includes RJ-45 interface for network connection.

Firmware update by Compact Flash card.

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3. PACKING LIST

Check and make sure all the items shown below are included in your product package.

If something is missing, contact your dealer as soon as possible.

Picture Quantity No. Item

1

DVR

(Digital Video Recorder)

1

2

Power Adaptor and Power Cord

Input: AC 100~240V

Output: DC 12V/4.2A

1

1 3 Manual

4

Hard Drive Cartridge Key Lock

(optional)

And Fixed Screws

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4. NAME and FUNCTION of EACH PART

4.1 FRONT PANEL BUTTONS and CONTROLS

1

3 4 5 6

2

1. Camera Select (1-8 Video Channel Button)

2. LED Indicator (Alarm/ Playback/ HDD/ Record).

3. Removable Cartridge Casing: 3.5” IDE HDD, Max.: 500 GB (optional).

4. Function Button:

REC:

STOP: Stop Button (Manual Record/ Play).

PLAY:

PAUSE:

SPLIT:

SEQ:

SEARCH:

MENU:

Full Screen/ Quad Screen/ 9-Split Screen (switching).

Auto Sequencing Button.

Quick Search on Data Recorded.

Menu Setup Button.

EXIT/ INFO: Return to Previous Menu/ System Information Display Switch.

ENTER/ DISP: Confirm Button/ Message Display Switch.

5. CF Card Slot

6. Direction Button:

LEFT: Decreases the Setting Value under the Menu/ Step Rewind

RIGHT:

Playback/ Fast Rewind Playback (speed adjustable).

Increases the Setting Value under the Menu/ Step Forward

UP:

DOWN:

Playback/ Fast Forward Playback (speed adjustable).

Moves the Cursor Upward/ Forward Switching Channel Display.

Moves the Cursor Downward/ Rewind Switching Channel Display.

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4.2 REAR PANEL BUTTONS and CONTROLS

1

2 3

1. Video Input:

2. DC Power Input:

3. Alarm Input/ Relay Output:

4. Audio Input:

5. Speaker Output:

6. Main Monitor Output:

7. Network Connection:

8. SPOT Monitor Output:

9. Fan

4 5 6 7 8

8-Channel BNC Input Terminal

9

12V/4.2A

DB25 Female Terminal (Please refer to appendix)

1-Channel RCA Input Terminal

2-Channel RCA Output Terminal

1-Channel BNC Output Terminal

1-Ethernet Connection Terminal

1-Channel BNC Output Terminal

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5. INSTALLATION

Main Monitor

Spot Monitor

Network Function (purchase separately)

5.1 CAMERA and MICROPHONE INPUT CONNECTION

Connect the camera output (1 - 8) to video input (VIDEO IN) terminal of the DVR.

Connect the microphone output (1) to audio input (AUDIO IN) terminal of the DVR.

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5.2 MONITOR CONNECTION

Connect the main monitor to the main monitor output (VIDEO OUT) terminal of the DVR.

Connect SPOT monitor to the SPOT monitor output (SPOT OUT) terminal of the DVR.

Connect the speaker to the speaker output (AUDIO OUT) terminal of the DVR.

Main Monitor

Speaker

5.3 DVR and NETWORK CONNECTION

SPOT Monitor

網 路 影像 連 接

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5.4 POWER-IN

Use the supplied power adapter to connect this DVR to a power outlet.

Note before operation

1. The DVR does not support HDD hot swap function. To prevent damage, please enter main menu to stop all HDD activities, then power-off the device before replacing the hard disk.

2. When the hard disk information icon turns to red, the device is notifying the user to replace a new hard disk.

3. After power-on, system auto detects the video system (NTSC/ PAL) of the first camera connected. When no camera has been connected, the video system will be the same as previous setup.

4. After power-on the system auto enters 9-split screen mode, and previously setup schedule recording mode.

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6. OPERATION DESCRIPTIONS

6.1 LIVE MODE

C H 1 C H 2 C H 3

CHANNEL TITLE

CHANNEL TITLE

C H 4 C H 5 C H 6

DATE & TIME

C H 7 C H 8

2 0 0 4 / 0 5 / 0 5 2 0 : 3 0 : 0 0

DISK INFO:

REMAIN PERCENT

%

OVERWRITE

SEQ

1. Press “DISP” button to switch “ON/ OFF” channel, date, and time message display.

2. Press “INFO” to switch “ON/ OFF” system information display.

3. When the hard disk information icon turns to red, the device is notifying the user to replace a new hard disk.

4. Press “CH” button to playback full screen images (CH1 – CH8).

5. Press “SPLIT” button to switch to “Full Screen/ Quad Screen/ 9-Split Screen”.

6. Press “SEQ” button to switch “ON/ OFF” sequencing order display.

7. Full screen channel auto sequence will skip the channel with video loss event.

8. When video loss occurs, video loss message will be shown on the screen.

9. During alarm triggered event the corresponding channel name will be changed to color red.

10. During motion triggered event the corresponding channel name will be changed to color red “M”.

11. When alarm event occurs, SPOT monitor will immediately switch to the video image of the channel that has been triggered by alarm event, and then returns to previous channel switching status.

12. Connect the audio output to speaker input to enable live audio.

13. Live monitoring operations has not affect on recording functions.

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Full Display and Quad Display Switching Order

Full Display and Quad Display Sequencing Order

S Y S T E M I N F O R M A T I O N

S Y S T E M

M O

A L

T

A

I O

R M

A U D I O

N

V E R S I O N

I M A G E

M A N U A L

Q U A L I T Y

I P S

C O N T I N U E I P S

D E T E C T I O N I P S

I P S

D I S K F U L L

H D D T O T A L

H D D R E M A I N

H D D S T A T U S

C

C

A

A

P

P

A

A

C

C

I

I

T

T

Y

Y :

:

:

:

:

V

O

O

1

: 6 0

: 6 0

: 6 0

N

V

2

.

E

5

0

: H I G H

: 6 0

0

1

: N O R M A L

0

0

1

B

R W R

0

3 x

I

0

0 x

T x

E

M B

M B

System Information

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6.2 RECORD MODE

D O O R 2 CAMERA TITLE

RECORD

EVENT TYPE:

MANUAL

ALARM

DATE & TIME

DISK INFO:

REMAIN PERCENT

%

OVERWRITE

SEQ

MOTION

CONTINUE

2 0 0 4 / 0 5 / 0 5 2 0 : 3 0 : 0 0

1. Live monitoring is operable during recording.

2. When the hard disk information icon turns to red, the device is notifying the user to replace new a hard disk.

3. Manual Record: Under monitoring mode, press “REC” button to enable all (CH1 –

CH 8) camera recordings, and “STOP” button to stop manual recording.

RECORD) has been activated. Recording can not be stopped by pressing

“STOP” button, it is ineffective during schedule record time.

5. When the main password or the playback password is switched off, or the password has been copied onto the CF card, and the CF card has been inserted.

Press PLAY or SEARCH button, system auto enters the playback or search mode, and the will not request a password to be entered.

6. When the main password is switched off, or the password has been copied onto the CF card, and the CF card has been inserted. Press MENU button, system auto enters main menu, and will not request a password to be entered.

7. After entering playback mode or menu setup, when correct password has been entered, all recording activities will stop. When exiting playback mode or menu setup, once the schedule recording has been switched on, schedule recording will auto start-up.

8. Power-on after power-loss, the system auto returns to the recording mode before power-loss.

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6.3 PLAYBACK MODE

D O O R 2 CAMERA TITLE

PLAYBACK

REWIND

STEP BACKWARD

EVENT TYPE:

MANUAL

ALARM

DATE & TIME

PAUSE

FAST FORWARD

STEP FORWARD

MOTION

CONTINUE

2 0 0 4 / 0 5 / 0 5 2 0 : 3 0 : 0 0

1. Press PLAY button, when playback password is setup to “ON”, system will request to enter a password, when correct password has been entered, all recording activities will stop.

2. When the main password or the playback password is switched off, or the password has been copied onto the CF card, and the CF card has been inserted.

Press PLAY button, system auto enters the playback mode, and the password will not be requested again by the system.

3. Press “PLAY” button, to playback starting from the previous playback end time.

4. Press “DISP” button to switch “ON/ OFF” channel, date, and time message display.

5. Press “INFO” to switch “ON/ OFF” system information display.

6. Press “CH” button to playback full screen images (CH1 – CH8).

7. Press “SPLIT” button to switch to “Full Screen/ Quad Screen/ 9-Split Screen”.

8. SEQ function inapplicable during playback.

9. Press “PAUSE” button under normal playback to pause.

10. During pause status, press “LEFT” button to step rewind playback, and

“RIGHT” button to step forward playback.

11. During normal playback, press “LEFT” button to adjust the rewind playback speed (x1/ x2/ x4/ x8/ x16/ x32/ x64 ), and “RIGHT” button to adjust forward playback speed (x1/ x2/ x4/ x8/ x16/ x32/ x64). Press “PLAY” button to return to normal speed and “PAUSE” button to pause.

12. Connect the audio output to speaker input to enable video and audio playback.

13. Press “STOP” button to stop playback, and return to live monitoring mode or schedule record mode.

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6.4 SEARCH

1. Press SEARCH button, when playback password is setup to “ON”, system will request to enter a password, when correct password has been entered, all recording activities will stop.

2. When the main password or the playback password is switched off, or the password has been copied onto the CF card, and the CF card has been inserted.

Press SEARCH button, system auto enters the search mode, and will not request a password to be entered.

3. Press SEARCH button for quick search function by date and time, press

ENTER or PLAY button to enter 9-split screen display.

S E A R C H

Y E A R

M O N

2 0 0 5

0 5

D A Y 1 6

H O U R 1 3

M I N 2 3

N O D A T A

D A T A

C O N T .

M A N U A L

M O T I O N

A L A R M

4. YEAR/ MONTH/ DAY/ HOUR:

White Index Bar: No recorded data available under this date period.

Green Index Bar: Recorded data available under this date period.

5. MINUTE:

White Color Bar: No recorded available under this time period.

Red Color Bar: Manual recorded data, motion detection recorded data, and alarm recorded data is available under this time period.

Blue Color Bar: Schedule recorded data is available under this time period.

6. Use “UP/ DOWN” buttons to move the cursor to the desired item (YEAR/

MONTH/ DAY/ HOUR/ MINUTE), use “LEFT/ RIGHT” buttons or drag the index bar to make changes on the setup.

7. After setup has been completed, press “ENTER” button to enter play mode, or “EXIT” button to return to live monitoring mode.

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7. MENU SETUP DESCRIPTION

Password is requested after “MENU” button is pressed.

E N T E R P A S S W O R D :

X X X X X X X X

1. In order to enter the main menu, password entered must be correct. After entering the main menu all recording activities will stop.

2. Default Password: 12345678 (CH1~CH8 represents number 1~8).

3. When the main password is switched off, or the password has been copied onto the CF card, and the CF card has been inserted. Press MENU button, system auto enters main menu, and will not request a password to be entered.

S E T U P

D A T E / T I M E

C A M E R A

>

>

R E C O R D >

S C H E D U L E >

H A R D D I S K >

C F C A R D >

O T H E R S >

F A C T O R Y D E F A U L T >

Main Menu

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7.1 DATE/ TIME SETUP

D A T E / T I M E S E T U P

D A T E

D A T E

T I M E

F O R M A T : Y / M / D

: 2 0 0 4 / 0 5 / 0 5

: 2 0 : 3 0 : 0 0

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DATE FORMAT (Three Types of Date Format Setup) :

1. Y/M/D: Year/ Month/ Day

2. M/D/Y: Month/ Day/ Year

3. D/M/Y: Day/ Month/ Year

7.2 CAMERA SETUP

C A M E R A S E T U P

C H 1 8 T I T L E

V I D E O A D J U S T

M O T I O N D E T E C T I O N

>

>

>

2

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7.2.1 EDIT CAMERA TITLE 1-8

E D I T C A M E

C H

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

T I

C H

T

8

L

*

E

C H 1 * * * * *

C H 2 * * * * *

C H 3 * * * * *

C H 4 * * * * *

C H 5 * * * * *

C H 6 * * * * *

C H 7 * *

*

*

*

[ D E F A U L T ]

*

*

*

*

R A T I T L E 1 8 2 1

1. Maximum 8 character title setups.

2. Move the cursor to the desired camera number by using “UP/ DOWN” button

3. Move between the characters (camera title) by using “LEFT/ RIGHT” button and use “UP/ DOWN” button to edit the camera title (letters A-Z, numbers 0-9 or blank spaces).

7.2.2 VIDEO ADJUST

2 2 V I D E O A D J U S T

C H A N N E L : 0 1

B R I G H T N E S S

C O N T R A S T

S A T U R A T I O N

H U E

( 1 1 0 )

( 1 1 0 )

( 1 1 0 )

( 1 1 0 )

: 0 5

: 0 5

: 0 5

: 0 5

[ D E F A U L T ]

Adjustable brightness, contrast, saturation, and hue for 1 –8 CH videos.

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7.2.3 MOTION DETECTION

M O T I O N D E T E C T I O N

C H A N N E L

S E T D E T

:

E C T I O N

0 1

A R E A

S E N S I T I V I T Y : 0 3

>

2 3

Select “SET DETECTION AREA” to show the screen below:

M O T I O N

V A R I A T I O N

S E L E C T E D

W I N D O W

M O T I O N

V A R I A T I O N

M A S K A L L : S E A R C H D E L A L L : M E N U

1. Blue bar shown above indicates the motion variation of the detection window, when motion event exceeds the sensitivity setup, it triggers motion detection recording.

2. Full Screen Display: NTSC is divided into 11 x 10 and PAL is divided into11 x 12 detection block.

3. Area Block Color:

Grey: Detection Block.

Transparent: Non-Detection Block.

Green: Motion Detection Block.

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4. Press “SEARCH” button to enable whole detection area.

5. Press “MENU” button to disable whole detection area.

6. Maximum Three Detection Area Setup (Detection area may overlap):

Use “UP/ DOWN/ LEFT/ RIGHT” button to setup the starting point of the detection area.

Press “ENTER” button to confirm the starting point of the detection area.

Use “UP/ DOWN/ LEFT/ RIGHT” button to setup the ending point of the detection area.

Press “ENTER” button to confirm the ending point of the detection area.

7.3 RECORD SETUP

R E C O R D S E T U P

Q U A L I T Y

A U D I O

D I S K F U L L

P O S T A L A R M S E C

M A N U A L I P S

C O N T I N U E I P S

M O T I O N D E T E C T I O N I P S

A L A R M I P S

[ D E F A U L T ]

3

: H I G H

: O N

: O V E R W R I T E

: 3 0

: 6 0

: 6 0

: 6 0

: 6 0

1. QUALITY: LOW/ MEDIUM/ HIGH.

2. AUDIO:

ON: Audio recording enabled.

OFF: Audio recording disabled.

Overwrite: When the disk is full the system overwrites the old data

(overwriting from the oldest data) 。

Stop: When the system is full the system stops recording (message will be displayed).

4. POST ALARM: Recording time after an event (Alarm/ Motion Detection) has been triggered.

5. MANUAL: IPS by manual recording.

6. CONTINUE: IPS by schedule continuous recording.

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7. MOTION DETECT: IPS by schedule motion detection recording.

8. ALARM: IPS by schedule alarm recording.

9. DEFAULT: Reload the factory default setting.

7.4 SCHEDULE SETUP

S C H E D U L E S E T U P

S C H E D U L E : O N

1 1

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1

A A A A M M M C C A A A

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3

A M M M C C * * *

[ D E F A U L T ]

4

* : A L L

A : A L A R M

: N O N E

M : M O T I O N C : C O N T .

Three Types of Schedule Recording Setup:

1. Continue Record: Continuous recording according to the setup of the schedule time.

2. Motion Detect Record: Motion detection recording according to the setup of the schedule time.

3. Alarm Recording: Alarm trigger recording according to the setup of the schedule time.

Optional Settings: Each hour individually setup to different recording modes, combined settings or even no settings are acceptable.

During schedule recording when manual recording is applied, the system auto switches to manual recording (manual recording is the first priority recording).

Record Mode Priority:

Manual Record > Alarm Record > Motion Detection Record > Continuous Record

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7.5 HARD DISK SETUP

H D D

H D D

H A R D

T O T A L

R E M A I

D

N

I S K S E T U P

C A P A C I T Y :

C A P A C I T Y :

5

1 2 0 0 0 0 M B

2 5 0 0 M B

B E G I N

E N D

D A T E : 2 0 0 5 / 0 1 / 0 5

D A T E : 2 0 0 5 / 0 1 / 1 3

F O R M A T >

1. Displays the hard disk total capacity and the remaining capacity.

2. Displays the begin and end date of the recorded material and when no recorded materials are available, current date is displayed.

3. FORMAT: Format the HDD.

7.6 CF CARD SETUP

C F

C F

T

R

C F C A R D S E T U P

O T A L

E M A I N

C A P A C I T Y : 2 5 0 M B

C A P A C I T Y : 1 3 0 M B

C F C A R D C O P Y

[ B A C K U

F O R M A T

P L O G

>

F I L E ]

>

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1. CF TOTAL CAPACITY: Total Capacity

2. CF REMAIN CAPACITY: Remaining Capacity

3. CF CARD COPY: Copy the selected file to the CF card.

4. FORMAT: Delete all data stored in the CF card.

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7.6.1 CF CARD COPY

C F C A R D C O P Y

C H A N N E L : 0 1

A U D I O : O N

B E G I N :

2 0 0 4 / 0 5 / 0 3

E N D :

2 0 0 4 / 0 5 / 0 3

[ C O P Y ]

1

1

2

2

:

:

2

2

0

5

:

:

3

4

0

5

6 1

PROGRESS BAR

1. CH: Selectable 1 -8 camera option.

2. AUDIO: Whether audio will be copied or not.

3. BEGIN/ END: The system will start coping according to the setup (begin and end time).

4. COPY: Select “COPY” to start copy.

*When the data size selected exceeds the storage capacity of the CF card, it will start coping from the beginning and stop when CF card is full. Different channels and different events setup generates different AVI files (audio data follows its corresponding video file). PC supports AVI file playback (File size is 720X240.

When using a computer to playback, the video aspect ratio is not 1:1, please use a player with adjustable video aspect ratio).

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7.7 OTHERS

O T H E R S S E T U P

P A S S W O R D

S E T P A S S W O R D

: O N

>

K E Y S T O P B U Z Z E R / R E L A Y : O N

B U Z Z E R

R

A L A R M

S

E

E

L A Y

Q U E

O U T P U T

I

N C

N

E

P U T >

D W E L L T I M E >

>

>

C O L O R B A R

L A N G U R A G E : E N G L I S H

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1. PASSWORD:

ON: Enable password protection, password is required before entering the main menu.

OFF: Disable password protection, password will not be required before entering the main menu.

2. KEY STOP BUZZER/ RELAY: When buzzer or relay device is triggered by an event, press on any key to deactivate.

3. COLOR BAR: By using the color bar, the user may adjust the color of the monitor.

4. LANGUAGE: Supports English and Chinese on-screen menus and displays.

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7.7.1 PASSWORD

S E T P A S S W O R D

P A S S W O R D F O R P L A Y B A C K : O N

[ S A V E P A S S W O R D T O C F C A R D ]

O L D

N E W

P

P

A

A

S

S

C O N F I R M

S W O R D

S W O R D

P A S S W O R D

:

:

:

X X X X X X X X

X X X X X X X X

X X X X X X X X

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1. Search/ Playback Password: Whether to enter the password during search or playback.

2. When password is stored on the CF card, after inserting the CF card the password will not be requested by the system.

3. Default Password: 12345678 (CH1~CH8 represents number 1~8).

4. Press “ENTER” button to enter new password, confirm settings, and press

“EXIT” button to exit.

5. For long- hour searching, one may disable the playback password and enable it after searching has been completed.

7.7.2 BUZZER

B U Z Z E R

B U Z Z E R

S E T U P

: O N

K E Y

V I D E O

A L A R M

B E E P

L O S S

: O F

: O N

: O N

F

M O T I O N

D I S K

D E T E C T

F U L L

I O N

:

: O F

O F

F

F

[ D E F A U L T ]

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P E R I O D

0 6

0 6

0 6

0 6

S

S

S

S

E C

E C

E C

E C

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BUZZER: Embedded buzzer sounding.

ON: Buzzer is enabled.

OFF: Buzzer is disabled.

Period: Duration time of the buzzer output.

Buzzer event includes the following:

1. KEY PRESSED: Key press beeping.

2. MOTION DETECTION: Triggered by motion detection.

3. ALARM: Triggered by external alarm.

4. VIDEO LOSS: Triggered by video loss.

5. DISK FULL: Triggered when disk full, system stops recording.

7.7.3 RELAY OUTPUT

R E L A Y O U T P U T

R E L A Y O U T P U T

S E T U P

: O N

V I D E O

A L A R M

M O T I O N

L O S S : O N

: O N

D E T E C T I O N : O F F

[ D E F A U L T ]

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P E R I O D

0 6 S E C

0 6

0 6

S

S

E C

E C

3

RELAY OUTPUT: Relay output can be connected to external sounding device or warning device.

Two Types (NO/ NC) of Relay Output Setup:

ON: Relay output enabled.

OFF: Relay output disabled.

PERIOD: Duration time of the relay output.

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Relay output event includes the following:

1. VIDEO LOSS: Triggered by video loss.

2. MOTION DETECTION: Triggered by motion detection.

3. ALARM: Triggered by external alarm.

7.7.4 ALARM INPUT

A L A R M I N P U T S E T U P

C H

A

L

L 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

C O O O O O O O

[ D E F A U L T ]

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+ : E A C H

- : D I S A B L E O : N O C : N C

Sensor Type :

NC → Normal Close Alarm ( TTL level input )

ALL

Setup NC (Normal Close), the alarm will be triggered during NC status.

NO → Normal Open Alarm ( TTL level input )

Setup NO (Normal Open), the alarm will be triggered during NO status.

+ (EACH): Alarm input can be individually setup to NC or NO.

- (DISABLE): Disable alarm input can be individually setup.

C: All alarm input is setup to NC.

O: All alarm input is setup to NO.

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7.7.5 SQUENCE DWELL TIME

S E Q U E N C E D W E L L S E T U P

S E Q U E N C E

S P O T M O N I T O R

S P O T M O N I T O R

D W E L L

: 0 3 S E C

: 0 3 S E C

A L A R M : 0 5 S E C

[ D E F A U L T ]

1. SEQUENCE: Main display sequence dwell time setup.

2. SPOT MONITOR: SPOT monitor dwell time setup.

3. SPOT MONITOR ALARM: SPOT monitor alarm dwell time setup.

7.8 FACTORY DEFAULT

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F A C T O R Y D E F A U L T S E T U P 8

R E C A L L D E F A U L T N O W ?

[ Y E S ] [ N O ]

To return to factory default setting, select “YES” option and then press “ENTER” button to reload the factory default setting. Press “EXIT” to exit.

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8. NETWORK DVR SETUP

Before installing the Network DVR, you need to first setup an IP Address, connect it to the ADSL Modem or LAN Hub, and use IPEdit.exe to test the DVR.

Note: Before using PPPoE and DDNS connection method, one must first setup an IP

Address (using IPEDIT.exe).

8.1 Connecting Network DVR

3 methods for connecting Network DVR:

1. Online using Intranet or Fixed IP

2. Online using ADSL (PPPoE) Router

3. Online using DDNS Server

8.1.1 Online using Intranet or Fixed IP

Setup similar to “8.2 Online with DHCP Server” .

8.1.2 Online using ADSL (PPPoE) Router

Setup similar to “9.2.1 Network Setting”.

8.1.3 Online using DDNS Server

The DDNS service provides the dynamic IP to users to gain access to resources connected to the Internet via a cable or DSL connection. Once you've decided to apply this function, please register your domain name at http://www.dyndns.org (this website supports register free service). Paid DDNS service is applied to long-term users. For more information, please refer to “9.2.3

DDNS Setup".

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8.2 Online with DHCP Server

Use IPEDIT.exe to find the installed Network DVR. Select this Network DVR in the

Camera List Window. The default configuration will be shown on the right window.

Update the IP status.

Online with DHCP Server

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8.3 Online without DHCP Server

1. Use IPEdit.exe to find the installed Network DVR.

2. The Internet DVR without IP allocated by DHCP will have a default IP Address of 169.254.1.13.

3. Select this Internet DVR on Camera List Window.

4. The default config uration will be shown on the right window.

5. Under DOS mode enter “IPCONFIG” to access Geteway, IP, and Netmask setting values.

Online without DHCP Server

After the “Submit” button is clicked, the IP information of t his Network DVR will be updated.

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8.4 Online Connection

Start the Internet Explorer, enter the IP Address of the Network DVR into the

Address field, such as 192.168.1.31 or click twice on IPEdit.

Before connection, “User name” and “Password” will be requested:

Default User Name: admin (characters capitalize/ un-capitalize )

Default Password: 1234

8.4.1 Install ActiveX

Before entering remote connection, please install ActiveX and check your browser setup by following the procedures below: a. Open Internet Explorer under “Tools”, select “Internet Options”.

Tools Internet Options b. Select “Security”, and then press “Custom Level”.

Safety->Internet Explorer->Setup level

Start ActiveX Control

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When ActiveX control installation has been completed, live images will be shown on the display.

Connect to Network DVR through browser.

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9. FUNCTION SETUP

9.1 Main Display

Best browsing resolution is 1027x768.

○ Live Display

Move the cursor inside the image range, right mouse click to display 5 function selections:

View/ Make changes on image display

Image Recording/ Record function setup

Save Current Picture/ Save the current image

Welcome! Administrator/ Display current user name

About/ Version Description

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9.1.1 View

Two types of display method:

1. Resizable: Adjustable image size.

2. Actual size: The actual image size.

3. Status Bar: Reveals current status.

9.1.2 Image Recording

Image Recording Setup Display:

1. Save as JPEG: Save as picture file

2 . Sa ve as AVI: Save as AVI animation file

Note: To prevent asynchronous AVI recording both function may not be simultaneously selected.

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No Limit: Unrestricted image storage (continuous).

Number: Image storage according to “number”.

Save interval: Image storage according to “1/10 second” (e.g.: Enter “10”, then 1 frame is stored per second. Enter “50”, then 1 frame is stored in 5 seconds).

Size: Image storage according to “size”.

Time: Image storage according to “time”.

Save Path: Image storage according to “Save Path”.

Pre Name: Image storage according to “Prefix Name”.

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9.1.2.2 Save as AVI:

No Limit: Unrestricted im age storage (continuous).

Number: Image storage accordin g to “number”.

Save interval: Image storage accord ing to “1/10 second” (e.g.: Enter “10”, then 1 avi file is stored per second. Enter “ 50”, then 5 avi files are stored in 5 seconds).

Size: I mage storage according to “size”.

Frame Rate: Image stor age according to “frame rate”.

Time: Image storage acc ordi ng to “time”.

Maximum Number of Frame in E ach File: Image storage according to “maximum frame”.

Save Path: Image storage according to “Save Path”.

Pre Name: Image storage according to “ Prefix Name”.

② DVR Control

When the system is DVR, DVR control is shown by the diagram below:

SPLIT

PLAY

PAUSE

STOP

REW

FF

REC

EXIT/INFO

ENTE R/DISP

UP/DOWN

CH

Full Screen/ Quad Screen, 9-Split Screen, 10-Split

Screen.

Play button.

Pause button.

Stops manual recording and playback.

Relate to direction button (left).

Relate to direction button (right).

Manual record button.

Supports quick search of re corded videos.

Return to Previous Menu/ System Information

Display Switch. Confirm Button/ Message

Display Switch.

Return to Previous Menu/ System Information

Display Switch. Confirm Button/ Message

Display Switch.

Move cursor upward/ switch one channel forward. Move the cursor downward/ switch one channel backwa rd.

Camera select button: CH1~16 (relate to DVR

CH: 4CH/ 8CH/ 16CH displ ay).

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③ Resolution Setting

176x144

352x288

704x576

120x160

320x240 (Pre-set Value)

640x480

Note: Resolution may differs according to different camera types (ex.: NTSC = 120x160 ,

320x240, or 640x480).

④ Quality Setting

High

Middle

Low (Pre-set Value)

⑤ Brightness/ Contrast/ Saturation/ Sharpness

- : M ini. Value

+: M ax. Value

The higher values are shown to the right and descend in value as you go to the left.

⑥ Configuration

Ad vance setup (this function is applicable only to Admin).

⑦ Liv e Video

Back to live video display.

⑧ Record

Please refer to 9.1.2 Im age Recording.

Snapshot

Press th to live image and press “RIGHT” button to store t he image.

○ Audio

Live audio control “On/ Off” (IE Audio Pre-set: OFF).

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9 .2 Advanced Set up

Only “Adm in” can se lect “configuration” (advanced setup).

9.2.1

t tting

① Lan Setting: LAN IP address setting is the same as IPEdit.

② DHCP: Se lect item “Automatically by DHCP” to gain an IP address.

③ DNS: Fixed IP users needs to setup an IP address, please contact your local ISP dealer.

④ PPPoE: Connecting using ADSL, please contact your loca l ISP dealer. Select item

“Send mail (about new IP) after connected”, mail will automatically be sent when connected to the ISP (as shown below).

Note: Please restart the Network DVR after setup has been completed

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⑤ Port Select: IP sharing device enables switching port function, setup the port and enter http://XX.XXX.X.XX:8887 (as shown on the diagram above). Please restart the Video

Server after the setup has been completed, Port1=80 (Pre-set Value).

⑥ DDNS: To apply dynamic IP address, you may register at DDNS Server: http://www.dyndns.org

To setup follow the steps below:

1. Register at DDNS Server: http://www.dyndns.org

2. Apply domain name.

3. Dial-up using ADSL Router: Click “Enable” button, then input your UserName,

Password, and D oma inName (Similar to registering at DDNS Server).

Note: Please reboot after setup.

9.2.2 User Setup

⑥ ⑦

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① Authorization: User Authorization Setting “Needed/ No Need”.

② New user/ Change Password: Add user or change password (Max. user = 30).

Note: Under the highest resolution, for optimum effect maximum of 20 users are suggested (English/ Chinese Characters= 11).

③ Delete User: Delete user account.

④ Current Users: Currently registered users.

⑤ Reboot: Restart the Network DVR.

⑥ Firmware update: Updates the firmware.

○ Restore factory default configuration: Click “Restore factory default configuration” the button to return to factory default settings (Please restart the Network DVR after setup has been completed).

Note: Standard user may only view live display, record, and capture images.

9.2.3 DDNS Setup

DDNS: To apply dynamic IP address, you may register at DDNS Server: http://www.dyndns.org

To setup follow the steps below:

4. Register at DDNS Server: http://www.dyndns.org

5. Apply domain na me.

6. Dial-up using ADSL Router: Click “Enable” button, then input your UserName,

Password, and DomainName (Similar to registering at DDNS Server).

Note: Please reboot after setup.

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10. TROUBLESHOOTING

Question Answer

U nable to detect the Network DVR

No picture and sound

Reconnect the internet line and make sure that it properly connec ted and then restart the system.

Check that everything is connected properly (camera or microphone).

Reconnect everything, make sure that the signal line is properly connected and then restart the system.

No images is shown on the web page

Please follow“8 .4.1 Install ActiveX” , setup the IE, and install ActiveX.

IPEdit unable to detect the IP Address

Please check your software, some software

(e.g.: firewall or anti-virus software) may block-out IPEdit software.

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11. NETWORK INSTALLATION

11.1 System Configuration

11.2 Suggested PC Equ ipment

Sound Card

Office System (OS)

Monitor Resolution

YES

Microsoft Windows 2000/ XP

1024x768 (Above)

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12. HARD DISK INFORMATION

1. Supports 3.5” ATA 2/ 3/ 4/ 5/ 6 format hard disk.

2. Enables installation of both built-in and removable hard disk.

3. Support high-capacity hard disk storage (up to 500 GB capacity). menu to stop all HDD activities, then power-off the device before replacing the hard disk.

5. When the hard disk information icon turns to red, the device is notifying the user to replace a new hard disk.

250GB HDD - Possible Recording Time per Day (NTSC)

Frame Rate

(Field/ Sec)

Image Quality

60 30 15 8 4 2 1

Low

Medium

High

1.3 2.7 5.3 9.4 17.9 34.2 65.4

2.6 5.2 10.3 17.5 32.0 59.1 109.8

3.9 7.5 14.4 23.8 42.5 76.9 140.6

250GB HDD - Possible Recording Time per Day (PAL)

Frame Rate

(Field/ Sec)

Image Quality

50 25 12 6 3 2 1

Low

Medium

High

1.4 2.9 5.9 11.6 22.7 33.7 66.8

2.9 6.5 12.2 22.1 40.5 58.3 112.1

3.9 9.7 17.0 29.2 51.3 72.5 137.0

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13. APPENDIX

13 DB25 Alarm Input/Relay Output Definition

Pin Definition Pin Definition Pin

1 ALARM 1 2 ALARM 2 3

5 GND 6 ALARM 5

GND

13 14

17 18

21 RELAY

OUT-COM

22 RELAY

OUT-N.

C.

7

11

15

19

23

ALARM 3

ALARM 6

RELAY

OUT-N.O.

4 ALARM 4

8

12

ALARM 7

16

20

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14. SPECIFICATION

Vide o

Audio

Live

Format

V ideo Los s

NTSC/ PAL Auto Detection

A uto Dete ction

Codec

Input

M oti on-JP EG

8 CH BN C (1.0 Vp-p

Main Display Output 1 CH BNC (1.0 Vp-p./ 75 O hms )

Spot Display Output 1 CH BNC (1.0 Vp-p./ 75 O hms )

Input

Sa mp ling Rate

1 CH RCA

8 kHz

Codec

Output Bit Rate

Output

Resolution

G.

71 1

64 kbps

2 CH RCA

Frame Rate

Mode

Resolution

720 x 480 (NTSC), 720 x 576 (PAL)

240 fields/ sec

Single/ Quad/ 9-Split/ Sequence

704x240 (NTSC), 704x288 (PAL)

Record

Frame Rate 60 fields/sec@704x240 (NTSC), 50 fields/sec@704x288 (PAL)

Play

Quality

Mode

Speed

Low/ Medium/ High

Manual/ Alarm/ Motion Detection/ Continue

Normal/ Pause/ Fast Forward (x2, x4, x8, x16, x32, x64)/

Fast Rewind (x1, x2, x4, x8, x16, x32, x64)

Fast Rewind (x1, x2, x4, x8, x16, x32, x64)

Mode

Input

Single/ Quad/ 9-Split

8 CH, NC/ NO (Programmable)

Alarm

Storage

Backup

LED

Serial

OSD

Output 1 CH, NC/ NO

3.5” IDE HDD x 1 (not included), Max. 500 GB, Fixed HDD (optional)

Type I CF Card x 1, AVI file format

Alarm/ Play/ HDD/ Record

RS-232C x 1 (Male connector with remote control protocol)

English/ Traditional Chinese

Power Supply 12V/ 4.2A

Power

Dimension

AC 100~240 V Input, DC 12V/ 4.2A Output

430 (W) x 70 (H) x 316 (D) mm

Weight 3570 g (without HDD)

Storage Envir. 30 ~ 90% RH, 0 ℃ ~ 50 ℃ (32 ℉ ~ 122 ℉ )

Operation 30 ~ 80% RH, 5 ℃ ~ 40 ℃ (41 ℉ ~ 104 ℉ )

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Network (optional)

Netw ork

Ethernet

Protocol

Format

Video

10/ 100 BaseT Ethernet (RJ45)

TCP/ IP , HTTP , PPPoE , DNS , DDNS , DHCP , SMTP

NTSC/ PAL Auto Detection

Compression M-JPE G

Audio

Display

Compression

Resolution

Frame Rate

R esolution

AC-97

Max. 640 x 480 (NTSC), 704 x 576 (PAL)

Ma x. 2 0 fps

Ma x. 640 x 480 (NTSC ), 704 x 576 (PAL)

Recording

Frame Rate

Quality

Max. 20 fps

Highes t/ High/ Middle/ Low/ Lowest

Mode Manua l

(Note: Design and specifications are subject to change without prior notice.)

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