DIGITIAL VIDEO RECORDER USER`S MANUAL

DIGITIAL VIDEO RECORDER USER`S MANUAL
Real time Digital Video recorder
DIGITIAL VIDEO RECORDER
USER’S MANUAL
RoHS
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Important Safety Instructions.
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Read and Keep these instructions
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Heed all warnings
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Follow all the instructions
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Do not use this apparatus near water and Clean only with dry cloth
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Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, or other apparatus that
produce heat
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Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience
receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
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Unplug this apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus
combination to avoid injury from tip-over.
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE.
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS ARE INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
The lightning flash with an arrowhead symbol within an equilateral triangle is
intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated “ dangerous voltage” within
the product’s enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of
electric shock to persons.
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The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to
presence of important operating and maintenance (Servicing) instructions in the
literature accompanying the appliance
FCC For Class A digital device
A CLASS A digital device that complies with Parts 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions.
1. This device may not cause harmful interference, and
2. This device must accept any interference received,
Including interference that may cause undesired operations.
CONTENTS
1. Product Overview
1.1 Packing Contents
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1.2 Front
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1.3 Rear
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1.4 Remote Controller ················································································
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2. Installing Product
2.1 Installing HDD
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2.2 Connecting Camera and Audio Device ·························································
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2.3 Connecting Monitor ··············································································
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2.4 Connecting Optional Device ·····································································
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2.5 Connecting Network ················································································
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2.6 Connecting Power Supply ········································································
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3. Operation
3.1 Turning On ··························································································
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3.2 Initial Screen ·······················································································
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3.3 Screen Layout ························································································
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3.4 Other Functions of Remote Controller ···························································
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3.5 Mouse ·································································································
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3.6 Mobile Viewer ·······················································································
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4. MENU
4.1 How to display Menu window ·····································································
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4.2 Setup Menu ··························································································
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4.2.1 Display ··························································································
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4.2.2 Camera ·························································································
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4.2.3 Record ··························································································
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4.2.4 Event ··························································································
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4.2.5 Storage ························································································
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4.2.6 Network ························································································
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4.2.7 System ··························································································
4.3 Search
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4.3.1 Search by Time ················································································
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4.3.2 Search by Calendar ··········································································
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4.3.3 Search by Event ···············································································
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4.3.4 Go to First
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4.3.5 Go to Last
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4.4 Function
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4.4.1 PTZ
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4.4.2 Audio
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4.4.3 Backup ·························································································
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4.4.4 Log View ·························································································
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4.5 OSD OFF ····························································································
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4.6 REC
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4.7 Log Out Control
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5. Central Monitoring Software(CMS)
5.1 General Information
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5.2 Program Installation
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5.3 Log In
5.4 How to use CMS
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6. Specification
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Trouble shooting
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1. Product Overview
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1.1 Packing Contents
Once opening the product box, please check out whether there are all contents as follows,
and there are some visible damages. If any of these items is missing or damaged, contact your
supplier immediately before using the product.
DVR product
Remote control & Battery
Power adaptor
Software / User’s Manual CD
Power cable
HDD Screws
User’s Manual
HDD Cable[Included in Set]
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1. 2 Front
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USB PORT
USB Devices(Mouse, Memory Stick) can be connected
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POWER LED
The Light turned on when Power is on
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REC LED
The Light turned on while DVR records something
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NETWORK LED
The Light turned on during network connection
1.3 REAR
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DC 12V POWER
Connect Power Adaptor included in Box
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ETHERNET
10/100MB LAN port
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USB PORT
USB Devices(Mouse,Memory Stick) can be connected
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NTSC/PAL SWITCH
N for NTSC, P for PAL
485 PORT
485 port has +, and – terminals
GROUND
G for Ground used for earth
ALARM
A for Alarm, which signal occurs
SIGNAL
S for Signal
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VGA PORT
Connected with LCD Monitor
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VIDEO OUT
Connected with CRT Monitor
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AUDIO IN/OUT
One channel Audio IN/OUT
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VIDEO IN
VIDEO INPUT PORTS for 4 Channels
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VIDEO IN
VIDEO INPUT PORTS for 8 Channels
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VIDEO IN
VIDEO INPUT PORTS for 16 Channel
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1.4 Remote controller
1) REC : Record button
2) DVR-ID
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3) Number button
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AUDIO : Audio ON / Mute
5) BACKUP :
Back up recorded data to other device
6) MENU :
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Go to ‘MENU’ mode to setup values
7) OSD : Show or Hide OSD
8) PTZ : Control Pan/Tilt/Zoom camera.
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9) Digital Zoom
10) Direction (▲,▼,◀,▶)
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Move cursor or control PTZF camera
ENTER
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SEARCH : Search recorded video
12) LOG : Show running status of DVR system
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Select sub item in system setup mode
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13) ◀◀ : Reverse play
14) ▶I : Play or Pause during playback
15) ▶▶ : Fast forward play
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16) ■ : Stop playback and go to Live mode
17) SPOT : Not Operated in this model
18) PIP : Go to PIP mode
19) POP : Enlarge specific channel in Live mode
20) SEQ : Show each camera rotation
21) Full screen mode
22) Quad screen mode
23) 9 Division screen mode
Operated only for 8ch or 16 channels
24) 16 Division screen mode
Operated only for 16 channels
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2. Installing Product
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2.1 Installing HDD
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One HDD can be installed inside the product.
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If HDD was not installed in the product, please install HDD first as follows.
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Be careful not to be harmed by sharp edges of the product.
(1) Loosen screws on both sides and back to
(2) Lift the end of top cover and pull out from
detach the product cover.
product.
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(3) To install HDD, you should upside down
the set, and HDD can be installed onto
bottom with screw.
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(4) Connect HDD Power and cable to HDD.
(5) Insert top cover to product as side picture
and tighten screws again.
2.2 Connecting camera and audio device
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Connect video signal cable shaped as BNC into VIDEO IN port on rear of the product.
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Connect RCA cable from microphone into AUDIO IN port on rear of the product.
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Connect RCA cable into AUDIO OUT port on rear of the product and into audio device.
Camera input
Audio IN
Audio OUT
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2.3
Connecting monitor
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Connect Video out port and VGA port in DVR to monitor
VIDEO OUT
VGA
2.4. Connecting Optional device
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You can connect and control the PTZ device supporting RS-485 communication.
2.5 Connecting Network
„ Connect LAN cable (RJ45) to Ethernet port on rear of the product.
LAN cable (RJ45)
INTERNET
2.6 Connecting power supply
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Connect provided power cable to AC-DC adaptor.
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Connect the adaptor to DC power port on rear of the product.
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Connect AC power plug to the plug socket.
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3. Operation
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PLEASE REMIND THAT THE HDD SHALL BE INSTALLED AT FIRST BEFORE USING DVR.
3.1 Turn on
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Please connect Power Adaptor included in Box into power DC terminal.
There is no separate power switch, so The DVR shall turn on automatically as soon as it is
connected.
3.2 INITIAL SCREEN
The below screen will be shown after booting is over.
Please move the pointer into password window with mouse or up/down key of
remote controll , and then press enter button in remoter controller or right button
of mouse. The below enter password window will be shown, and you input “0000”
4 digits. The default password is “0000” 4 digit. After input “0000”, the Log-in
window will be shown again. Select LOGIN Icon, and you can start to use DVRs
3.3 Screen Layout
You can see the below items according to your selection on function.
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3.3.1
Icons in Live Display Mode
In Live display mode, icons will be indicated on the screen to notify the system mode or status.
Below are the icon categories, which are indicated on the monitor.
Icon to be shown
Icon to be shown
at right-upper corner on each channel
at left-bottom corner on full screen.
Selects specific 1ch with full screen
When Motion Detected
Screen-Division mode
When Sensor Activated
HDD capacity usage status
PTZ
When USB memory stick & HDD
Recording
When DVR is accessed via network
When ID of remote control is set
Icon to be shown in 1ch full screen mode
Channel sequence mode
Digital x2 Zoom
3.3.2. Playback Buttons
If you select search mode, the status will be shown in the upper side of screen.
- This rectangular show the now status of playback.
Now status
- If you select ▶, the mark will be changed to ▶,
- And the mark will show ▶▶, when ▶▶ is selected
◀◀
Rewind
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Play/Pause
▶▶
Fast Forward
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Stop
Quick Search
- Control rewind speed.
- Move frame by frame reversely in pause mode
- Play or Pause the video
- Control rewind speed.
- Move frame by frame forwardly in pause mode
Stop the playback and go to Live mode
Menu button also stop playing.
- If you click this Icon, the Search sub-menu will pop up
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How to use playback bar
- Play starts with PLAY button.
If you press PLAY button in LIVE mode, or select one thing in SEARCH SUB-MENU, DVR will prepare
to play the recording data from the point you selected
- Playback mode changing
If you want to see a specific screen with full screen mode, press full-screen button or numeric
button of remote controller.
To display QUAD mode screen, press QUAD button or click the Monitor Icon on screen.
You can control playback speed with ◀◀ / ▶▶ button. Whenever pressing the button, the speed
of playback increases or decreases.
3.3.3. Other Icons
3.3.3.1 HDD STATUS
It indicates capacity of HDD, the percentage show the usage of HDD.
3.3.3.2. SCREEN SHOW STATUS
You can select how screen will display.
In Live MODE, there are 6 MODE; PIP, POP, Sequence, Quad, 9, 16.
But the 9, 16 can not operate in 4 channels.
In play mode, there are 3 modes : Quad, 9, 16.
Also, only quad mode can be operated in 4 channels.
3.3.3.3. CHANNEL ICON
You can change channel displays on screen. There are 1~4 in 4channels, and 1~16 in 16channels.
3.3.3.4. USB ICON
This Icon will be shown after you attach USB into DVR,
3.3.3.5. NETWORK ICON
This Icon will be shown while someone access DVR through Network with CMS, or Web-viewer.
3.3.3.6. Remote controller ID Icon
This Icon will be shown if you set up system ID in system sub-menu.
The color of number of Remote control Icon will be changed to “Yellow” in case that status is
active, that is the number of remote controller matches the number of system ID.
Otherwise, the color will be changed to “RED”.
If you click Remote control ID Icon, you can see the below;
Status = Active[ or De-active]
SYSEM-ID = 01, Request-ID = 01
Status means that the DVR can be operated or not with the remote controller.
SYSTEM-ID means the number of remote controller ID of DVR.
Request –ID means that the number of Remote controller you have got.
If you like to control the DVR with the remote controller, the value of SYSTEM _ID is the same to
that of Request-ID.
Note : You should press two digits when you select System-ID. For example, press 0 + 5, when
you select 05. Don’t press only 5. (Please refer to page34 for setting remote control)
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3.4. Other function of Remote control
3.4.1. Full screen mode
- Press
button. Whenever pressing
button, screen will go to next screen.
- Press desired numeric button of remote controller.
3.4.2. Quad screen mode
- To see quad screen mode, press
- Whenever pressing
button.
button, screens will go to next quad screens.
- If you press a numeric key of remote controller which is inside current display range,
selected channel is displayed as full screen mode.
- If you press a numeric key of remote controller which is outside of current display range, the
quad containing selected numeric will be displayed.
E.g. you press 6 while current screen shows CH1~Ch4, CH5~CH8 will be displayed.
1 CAM01
2 CAM02
3 CAM03
4 CAM04
6
5 CAM05
6 CAM07
7 CAM07
8 CAM08
3.4.3. 9ch display mode – 8 channel DVR / 16channel DVR : Only for 8/16 Channel
- To see cameras by 9ch mode, press
button.
* In case of 16channel DVR
- If you press a numeric key of remote controller which is inside current display range,
selected channel is displayed as full screen mode.
- If you press a numeric key of remote controller which is outside of current display range, the
nine screens containing selected numeric will be displayed.
3.4.4.
16ch display mode – 16channel DVR : Only for 16 channel
- To see camera by 16ch mode, press
button.
3.4.5. POP mode : Only for 8/16 Channel
- Press POP button to enlarge specific camera with 7 other cameras.
- Whenever pressing POP button, the biggest screen will change.
3.4.6. OSD Hide or Show
- Press OSD button of remote controller to appear or disappear OSD.
OSD button
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- You can set to hide Status bar only at SETUP menu [SETUP Æ DISPLAY Æ OSD]
Æ When there is no command into DVR, Status bar will be hidden. When you press
any button or click by mouse, Status bar will be shown again.
3.4.7. PIP mode (picture in picture)
In case of full screen display mode, you can see other camera with a small window.
(1) Press PIP button of remote controller.
(2) If you press PIP button again in PIP mode, the position of two screens will change each other.
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‘PIP’ Button
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(3) Press numeric button of remote controller in PIP mode to change small screen to desired
screen.
E. g.)
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Cam ‘3’ Button
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(4) Press Direction button or drag by mouse to move small screen to desired position.
3.4.8. Sequence mode
- If you press SEQ button in case of FULL or QUAD screen mode, screen(s) will rotate
automatically.
- Default value of cannel changing interval is 2 or 3 seconds.
- User can select changing interval value from 1 to 99 seconds.
- User can select desired channel to display
3.4.9. Digital-ZOOM
„ If you press ZOOM key of remote controller while in full screen mode, Digital-ZOOM
function will work.
„ If you press direct button of remote controller, Zoom-Area window will move.
„ If you press ZOOM key again, Zoom-Area window will be enlarged or diminished.
„ If you press ENTER key, selected Zoom-Area will be displayed as full screen.
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3.5. MOUSE
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System supports USB MOUSE
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Just connect USB mouse, then DVR will detect it automatically.
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Some kinds of USB mouse may not be compatible with product.
3.5.1 Change screen mode
Left button of mouse is for selecting an item. Right button of mouse is usually for canceling
menu table or going to former menu mode. Additionally, if you press right button of mouse
on basic screen, following window will appear.
z If you double-click left button on a specific channel, the screen changes into full screen mode.
With double-click again, screen will go back to previous mode.
z At PIP mode, if you want change channel of small window, click right button of mouse. Then,
screen mode menu will appear. Click desired channel button.
3.5.2 Pop the windows to input the values
In the Menu status, right button of mouse is used for pop the windows to input numbers or
characters in windows
3.6.
Mobile Viewer
Once your phone can access internet, You can see the screen through Mobile phone.
The transmitted picture is Jpeg file, so you don’t need special application to operate this function.
When DVR is connected to Internet or LAN, it has its own IP address.
If you open internet website, please write down http:// IP address/mobile.html.
If you use other web-port except 0800, you should add port number as
http:// ipaddress:portnumber/mobile.html. Please see network parts to get more information.
There is no problem in address, you can see the windows as bellows
Please input “netuser” in USER-ID, and 0000 in Password[Default value], and then press “send”Icon
You can see the picture
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Channel – Select channel you want.
SIZE – Select frame rate you want. There is two kinds of frame rate : 352x240/176x120
Note But, While the record frame rate of DVR is set as 720*480, you can not see 176*120
frame rate in mobile phone. So, you should set up the record frame rate in DVR under
720*240 so that you may see 176*120 frame rate in mobile.
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Fresh – The picture refreshed time, the unit is second : 0.1,0.2,0.5,1,2,5.
If you select 2, the frame is refreshed every 2 seconds
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4. MENU
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4.1. HOW TO DISPLAY MENU WINDOW
Please press MENU button in Remote controller or Click right button of Mouse anywhere.
The menu windows will be shown up the left side of the screen as the below
SETUP
FUNCTION
SEARCH
4.1.1. SETUP
DISPLAY
CAMERA
RECORD
OSD
GENERAL
PARAMETER
MOTION
HDD FORMAT
CONFIG
LIVE-SEQ(FULL)
PRIVATE
SCHEDULE
SENSOR
HDD SMART
TIME
DEINTERLACE
ZONE
WATERMARK
VLOSS
VGA RESOLUTION
PTZ
MISC
E-MAIL
PRESET
EVENT
STORAGE
SYSTEM
INPUT DEVICE
NETWORK
USER
UPGRADE
MAIL SCHEDULE
SET UP
SCAN POINT
TURN OFF DVR
ALARM SCHEDULE
STREAM
COLOR
MISC
DDNS
POSITION
CLIENT
ACCESS LIST
4.2. SETUP MENU
Going to setup menu, please select the <setup> icon
If you are not authorized properly, the right windows will appear.
And you can not access the SETUP Menu.
If the password Box will appear, please input “0000” in the box.
The password is set as “0000” in the factory. Please see the page 33
[How to change password]
To change password, If you have authorization to access SETUP menu,
you can see the sub-menu as the right.
* How to save or cancel setting you changed
- Save setting : The setting will be saved when you select OK Icon in each windows.
- Cancel setting : The setting will be canceled when you select Cancel Icon in each windows
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4.2.1 DISPLAY
When you click Display Icon, display menu is divided into
4 sub-menus;
OSD, LIVE-SEQ, DEINTERLACE, and VGA RESOLUTION
4.2.1.1. OSD
You can select which is displayed in the screen with choosing each icon.
● CAMERA NAME - Show camera name on screen.
● CAMERA NUMBER – Show each number of cameras on the screen.
● CAMERA BOARDER – Show outline of channel.
● LANGUAGE – Select OSD language.
● OSD HIDE – Hide all OSD, time, or Icon bar
● AUTO HIDE – Hide status bar automatically during not using DVR.
● LEFT MARGIN – Move the OSD position of leftmost
(E.g. Camera number, Camera Name, Network, USB, etc)
● RIGHT MARGIN – Move the OSD position of rightmost
(E.g. Icons of HDD, POP, CH Status)
● TOP MARGIN – Move the OSD position to top (E.g. Icons of HDD, POP, CH status)
● BOTTOM MARGIN – Move the OSD position of bottom (E.g. Time-bar)
Margin value accept the numbers from 00 to 99.
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● VGA/TV – Adjust OSD margin automatically according to CRT monitor or LCD monitor
After setting OSD, you should OSD OFF icon in MENU to hide OSD you selected.
4.2.1.2. DISPLAY-LIVE-SEQ(FULL)
- Set switching time to display a full screen in sequence.
- CH : Input desire channel no.
- TIME : Input desired switching time
- DEFAULT CH : Change to factory default value
- ALL TIME : same time is input to all channel.
Note : The time is second and maximum 99 second for
switching time can be entered.
4.2.1.3. DEINTERLACE
There is two; ON and OFF
Please select “ON” if you don’t want to get
interlaced video with 720*480/576 resolution,
select “OFF” in normal stauts.
However, you will get half frames of total frames if
you set “ON”.
4.2.1.4. VGA RESOLUTION
Select appropriate VGA resolution according your VGA monitor.
(There are three kinds of VGA resolutions; 800*600, 1024*768, 1280*1024)
4.2. 2. CAMERA
When you click Camera Icon, Camera menu is
divided into 7 sub-menus;
GENERAL, PRIVATE ZONE, PTZ, PRESET, SCAN
POINT, COLOR, and POSITION
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4.2.2.1. GENERAL
● NAME – Enter each camera name.
Maximum 15 digits in English can be input.
● COVERT – Show or Hidden the camera in Live mode.
ON: To covert, OFF: To show the camera
● AUDIO – Select connected audio channel.
● HOW to INPUT Character in TEXT INPUT box
(1) Move the Pointer into the Name Box and then click
(2) Move the pointer to desired letter with direction button.
(3) Press ENTER button or Click the desired letter.
(4) Then, selected letter will be shown at text window.
(5) Selecting desired letters, Click OK Icon.
4.2.2.2. PRIVATE ZONE
TO protect privacy, you can choose the zone which can not be recorded as well as seen on screen.
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How to set up the private zone
(1) Move and click the pointer the rectangular zone which you want to select.
(2) Move and click the pointer another rectangular zone, the private zone will be set up as total
rectangular
4.2.2.3. PTZ
● ID – Enter ID of PTZ camera.
● PROTOCOL – Select a protocol type of camera.
● BAUD – Select a baud rate of camera.
4.2.2.4. PRESET
● CAMERA – Select specific camera to set up preset
position.
● PAGE – Go to next page.
● CLEAR ALL – Cancel all saved presets.
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(1) Select camera.
(2) Select
SET
Icon.
(3) PTZ control screen of the camera will appear.
(4) Move pan, tilt, zoom in/out to desired point.
(5) Click Advance icon or Press ENTER Key in remote controller to save
Click any other position on screen by mouse or press MENU Key to cancel.
(6) if you like to cancel the setting, please click the CLE icon of the channel will be cleared. If
you click “clear all” icon, all value of channels will be cleared.
Note
- System records a certain position of PTZ device.
- Before using this function, please make sure that camera supports preset.
- Total 64 preset points can be saved to each channel.
4.2.2.5. SCAN POINT
● CAMERA – Select a specific camera to set up SCAN points.
● LIST – Create another SCAN list
● PRESET – Select desired preset position.
● CLEAR ALL – Cancel all saved scan points.
Note
- In SCAN point menu, you can set up PTZ tour route(SCAN-LIST) using saved PRESET position.
- You can create 4 scan lists for each camera. You should setup PTZ protocol and PRESET
Positions before setting Scan-List.
- You can create Max. 4 SCAN lists.
E.g. In this case,
Camera 1 will move to saved position as follows,
PTZ04 Æ 3sec Æ PTZ12 Æ 3sec Æ PTZ04 Æ 3sec
Æ PTZ12 Æ 3sec Æ PTZ04 Æ……..
4.2.2.6. COLOR
● CAMERA – Select camera to set up color.
● BRIGHT– Adjust bright of camera.
● CONTRAST – Adjust contrast of camera.
● COLOR/SATURATION – Adjust saturation of camera.
● COLOR/HUE – Adjust hue of camera.
● DEFAULT – Set all values to factory default.
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4.2.2.7. POSITION
● CAMERA – Select camera to adjust position.
● LEFT/RIGHT– Move camera position to LEFT or
RIGHT in screen.
● DEFAULT – Set all values to factory default.
4.2.3. RECORD
When you click Record Icon, Record menu is divided
into 4 sub-menus;
Parameter, Schedule, Watermark, and MISC
4.2.3.1. PARAMETER
● RESOLUTION – Use this menu to specify the size of a screen to be recorded.
NTSC
PAL
720 x 480
720 x 576
720 x 240
720 x 288
360 x 240
360 x 288
● EVENT
- You can select the recording picture quality and frame rate for EVENT situation.
- Available with Motion detecting recording, Sensor recording and manual recording.
- Each channel can be selected each different picture quality and frame rate
● NORMAL
- You can select the recording picture quality and frame rate for NORMAL situation.
- Available with continuous recording and schedule recording.
- Each channel can be selected each different picture quality and frame rate
- The frame rate in Normal mode can not exceed that in Event mode.
If the frame rate of Event is set up as 8, and that of Norma mode can not exceed 8.
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Record Quality
Picture Quality
Disk Space Need
BASIC
Low
Least
NORMAL
Fair
Medium
HIGH
Good
Big
BEST
Excellent
Most
● ALL
All channels would be changed according to selected resolution or quality or frame rate.
● REMAIN XXX / XXX / XXX
- Indicate the remaining frame number to record based on each resolution.
The remaining frame number in case
of selecting Half D1 resolution.
The remaining frame number
The remaining frame number
in case of selecting D1 resolution.
in case of selecting CIF resolution.
4.2.3.2. SCHEDULE
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System records according to schedule setting.
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Specify the weekly schedule for each camera (hourly based)
► WATCH : No recording
► CONTINUOUS : Recording video continuously 24 hours a day.
► EVENTS : Recording video when event(Motion/Sensor/Video Loss) is triggered.
► CONT + EVENTS): Recording video when continuous or event is operated.
If there is no event, it will record video as continuous mode and
If there is event, it will record video as event mode as you set.
If you use mouse, you can select them by drag function.
Note : The time in the first column of each line means 00 :00 ~00:59.
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4.2.3,3. WATER-MARK
If you select ON in water-mark window, the recording data will include water-mark.
Data Verification can be checked in the backup-viewer whether falsified or not.
4.2.3.4. MISC
● OVERWRITE
If you select ON in overwrite, the oldest recorded files will be overwritten by newly recorded
data when HDD becomes full.
If you select OFF in overwrite, the DVR will not record anything more when HDD becomes full.
We recommend that you select ON.
● AUTO-DELETE
The data before assigned date will be deleted according to the date you input.
The value of 0(zero) disables AUTO-DELETE function.
● REC MODE
- Schedule – System records according to recording schedule
- Continue – System continue recording all day long.
- Event – Event recording will work regardless of schedule mode
4.2.4. EVENT
Note :
Event works when event in menu was
selected at first, so you should set recording
schedule to record a event and then set Record
mode to EVENT : SETUP Æ RECORD Æ MISC
Æ REC MODE -> EVENT)
4.2. 4.1. MOTION
● MOTION-AREA – Set the area to detect motion.
▶ ALL – Select the whole area.
▶ PART – Select a block.
Selection is done by toggle system through button of remote controller / front button or drag
of mouse
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▶ CLEAR ALL – Cancel the whole area.
● SENSITIVITY – Set the sensitivity of motion detection.
Sensitivity degree : 0 < 1 < 2 < ….. < 9
● ALARM-OUT – Set the alarm-out when motion is detected.
4.2.4.2. SENSOR
● RECORD – Select channel to record when a signal is detected from Sensor.
● TYPE – Select sensor type to match sensor type you have.
● ALARM-OUT – Set the alarm-out when a signal is detected.
4.2.4.3. VLOSS
If you set the Alarm-out to port1,
Alarm will ring when video-loss occurs in a channel.
It makes alarm-out with video-loss.
4.2.4.4. E-MAIL
When below events happen, which will be notified to the registered email address by E-mail. You
can register three email address. Please remind that you can select event type after selecting
Event email is ON.
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MOTION
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POWER ON
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SENSOR
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HDD ERROR
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VLOSS
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Event E-mail : Select ALL TIME or SCHEDULE to use Email notification.
Event type : Select Event type to notify by email
SENDER ID : Input DVR name or letters
E-mail address : Input your email address to receive event information from DVR.
For example : anyone@gmail.com
Ex) Email message
From : DVR@dvr.com
To : anyone@gmail.com
Sent: Friday, July 24, 2009 6:11 PM
Subject: EVENT MESSAGE
[2009/07/24 18:10:11] [testdvr/192.168.001.121] MOTION ch 1 ON
4.2.4.5. E-MAIL SCHEDULE
This function works when you select SCHEDUEL as the value of EVENT E-MAIL in E-mail MENU.
You can get email from DVR according to schedule you select date or time.
4.2.4.6. ALARM SCHEDULE
If you select the date or time you want , the Buzzer goes off, after the value of alarm-out was chosen
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4.2.4.7. MISC
● PRE-REC TIME – Enter recording time (0~30sec) before the time when event occurs
● POST-REC TIME – Enter recording time (0~120sec) after the time event occurs.
● BUZZER – Buzzer will be sounded when alarm is out , if ON is selected.
● DWELL TIME – Enter the duration time of alarm out when event occurs.
● EVENT POPUP – When event happens, the channel will pop up if ON is selected.
● POPUP SEQUENCE TIME – Switching time to display popup channels
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4.2.5. STORAGE
4.2.5.1. HDD FORMAT
You should surely format HDD first of all, After that HDD can be used for recording
(1) Select HDD to format and Click FORMAT icon.
(2) After formatting, system will reboot. It will take 20 minutes to format 500G HDD.
4.2.5.2. HDD SMART
This window shows the temperature of HDD.
If you select ON in SMART, you can change the value of the each items.
(1) The temperature threshold means that the temperature of HDD exceeds the desired value
you input, the beep happen and the below MENU appears.
(2) Inspection Cycle is that how many often system check the Temperature of HDD.
(3) Daily time is that if you select the value of inspection cycle as daily, what time system check
the temperature of HDD.
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4.2.6. NETWORK
4.2.6.1. SETUP
(1) STATIC,
Basically, you can choose one among STATIC, DHCP, and ADSL(PPPOE). If you choose DHCP mode, DVR
system gets IP address automatically from IP router if connected, and If you choose STATIC mode,
input IP address which is connected to DVR.
(2) ADSL(PPPOE)
If you use ADSL model, select ADSL and enter PPPOE ID and PASSWORD. If you don’t know ID and
Password, please contact your ADSL service provider.
4.2.6.2. STREAM
You can set up the recording rate and Network transfer rate separately.
If you select ON in dual streaming, the network transfer rate can be selected in accordance with
desired value. If you select OFF in dual streaming, the network transfer rate follows the recording rate.
3 kinds of parameter can be chosen , the maximum frame per second in 120 Frame in CIF.
Resolution
Normal
Frame
360*240
Basic
1, 2,
720*240
Normal
4, 8,
720*480
High
15, 30
Best
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4.2.6.3. DDNS
DVR supports basically DYNDNS.COM and NO-IP.COM for DDNS connection. INPUT appropriate data as
follows, to get more detail information on how to set up Network, Please refer the Supplied CD.
Note : Before setting DDNS, you should be registered on the website www.dyndns.com or www.noip.com at first
● SERVER - Choose server type.
● USER ID - Enter your site ID be registered on website
● PASSWORD - Enter your site PASSWORD be registered on website
● HOST NAME - Enter your host name be registered on website.
After setup of DDNS, select TEST Icon to verify the connection to DDNS site.
4.2.6.4. CLIENT
Choose one of given CLIENT PORT list, and enter desired value at WEB PORT, whose default value is
0080. Remember those values you have entered for the following setup. Total 16 values of CLIENT PORT
are already given for your convenience from 7620-7624 to 7770-7774.
4.2.6.5. ACCESS LIST
Registered IP address is allowed to access DVR.
If you set at least one IP address, then only entered IP address(es) would be allowed to access DVR.
4.2.7. SYSTEM
When you click SYSTEM Icon, SYSTEM menu is divided
into 6 sub-menus;
CONFIG, TIME, INPUT DEVICE, USER, UPGRADE and
TURN OFF DVR.
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4.2.7.1. CONFIG
You can save system setting values to USB device or can load system setting values from USB device.
● LOAD CONFIG – Load the saved configuration file from USB device and input to product.
● SAVE CONFIG – Save present system configuration values to USB device.
● DEFAULT – Change setting value to factory default.
4.2.7.2. TIME
● DATE FORMAT – Select Date format.
● TIME FORMAT – Select type of time indication
● TIME ZONE – Select your area to make adjustment of time zone.
Please remind that the system will reboot, when you change the time zone.
● TIME SYNC
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This function is for synchronizing the time of DVR periodically
with that of the connected server by every hour.
● SERVER IP – Enter IP address of time server.
Select TEST and press ENTER button to check if time sever is working.
If this function is selected, DVR refer the time of Time zone every one hour,
And then time of DVR will be changed to match that of time server.
E.g. time.kriss.re.kr (www.time.kriss.re.kr Æ X)
● CHANGE TIME – Time will be changed by manual if the time server is not selected.
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4.2.7.3. INPUT DEVICE
● SYSTEM-ID – Input the number that you want to register in this DVR.
● KEYBOARD – DVR system can be connected with control keyboard.
● KEY-TONE – Beep whenever button is pressed if ON is selected.
How to set up System-ID status
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System-ID status shows whether the system will accept key from remote-controller or not.
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SYSTEM-ID is used when user operates several systems with one remote controller.
SYSTEM- ID will be displayed when SYSTEM- ID is other than 0(zero).
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By using DVR-ID button of remote controller, Remote controller can be matched with
SYSTEM- ID, or if SYSTEM- ID is 00, system-ID is not displayed and system accept key from
remote controller.
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If SYSTEM- ID color is Yellow, the system accepts remote-controller key input.
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If SYSTEM- ID and Active-ID are not matching, SYSTEM- ID color will be Red and the system
does not accept remote-controller key input.(No beep)
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How to match SYSTEM- ID by remote controller
(1) Press DVR-ID button of remote controller.(You can hear short double-beep.)
(2) Then, press desired System-ID by using 2 numeric button. (E.g. 02 or 03 or 01)
R:01
Not working
Active ID : 02
Working
R:02
4.2.7.4. USER
Not working
R:03
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4.2.7.4. USER
There are two fixed users such as ADMIN and NETUSER. Their values of authority are already set and
unchangeable like the below picture. Additionally, you can create Max. 4 more authorized accounts,
and you also give limited authority to control DVR system by checking each box.
● USER – There are two unchangeable user IDs (ADMIN, NETUSER), and additionally you can add four
additional USERs by your own.
● PASSWORD – Only passwords for ADMIN and NETUSER are set to ‘0000’. When you create a new
account, make sure that you have to enter new PASSWORD. And don’t forget the Password.
● SETUP – Only by checking this box, accounts can be allowed to enter SETUP MENU.
● REC. F – Checking this box allows users to control and change values about RECORD,
PLAYBACK, and BACKUP functions.
● NETWORK – Checking this box makes users access or control DVR in NETWORK function.
● MONITOR – All users can monitor the current screens.
● TIME OUT – When this is set to ON, LOGIN window will re-appear after entered time from any
signal input. If you want to log out, you need to go to MENU and select LOG OUT like right picture.
4.2.7.5. UPGRADE
If you open this menu, you can see the current firmware version of DVR.
If you would like to upgrade firmware of DVR, please follow the below steps.
If you click upgrade icon, the small upgrade window will pop up
There are two ways; USB UPGRADE, NETWORK UPGRADE.
Note
: There is two methods to upgrade the DVR system.
- USB UPDATE - Upgrade the DVR system by using USB memory stick.
- NETWORK UPDATE - Upgrade the DVR system through Internet.
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4.2.7.5.1 USB UPGRADE
Please select USB upgrade in upgrade window
(1) Copy provided firmware file to your USB memory stick
(2) Attach USB Memory which includes Firmware into USB Port.
(3) Enter UPGRADE icon to upgrade firmware, then small windows will appear.
(4) Please click OK Icon and the message dialogue to confirm will popup,
(5) And please click OK, or CANCEL to proceed.
(6) It will take some minutes to upgrade, and then DVR will be rebooted automatically after
upgrade is finished.
4.2.7.5.2. Network upgrade
Please select network upgrade in upgrade window
(1) Select UPGRADE , then small window will appear.
(2) Select NETWORK UPGRADE and press ENTER button.
(3) Check out whether Server IP and FILE NAME are correct. If shown information is wrong,
correct SERVER IP and FILE NAME and press ENTER button to input new information by
text input Dialog box.
Note : Make sure the information of Server IP & File name through your supplier.
(4) Select OK and press ENTER button to start S/W upgrade.
After completing upgrade, the system will reboot automatically.
4.2.7.6. TURN OFF DVR
If you want to turn off DVR, please press ‘TURN OFF DVR’ then press ‘OK’ button
as below screen.
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4.3. SEARCH
This Menu is divided into 5 sub-menu;
By time, By Calendar, By Event, Go to first and Go to last.
Please Click or press SEARCH button, The Sub-menu of
SEARCH will pop-up. And then if you select the value in one of
them, the playback bar Will be shown, and please see the
page 13 to get how to control.
4.3.1. SEARCH BY TIME
(1) Enter desired date and time to search for.
(2) Then, move the pointer to OK and press ENTER button.
It is the start point to play back the data.
4.3.2. SEARCH BY CALENDAR
(1) If you select SEARCH BY CALENDAR, the calendar will appear as the below.
(2) Select desired date by pressing ◀▶▲▼ buttons and press ENTER button.
(3) Select desired Hour/Min by pressing ◀▶▲▼ buttons and press ENTER button.
(4) Select OK and press ENTER button.
Note
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The color of Date is gray if there is no any recording. But the color of date turns Black when
the recording data of that date exists.
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When you select the date which turned Black, the time bar will be shown including white,
and red rectangular on Hour and Minutes.
White bar does not include recording data, and the data exist in red color.
If you select one red rectangular of Hour bar, its color changed to brown, and the color of
minute bar will be changed to red if there is recording data in those minutes.
And then, if you select one of these rectangular, the starting point is selected to play the
recording data. The data will be played back when you click OK icon.
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4.3.3. SEARCH BY EVENT
(1) If you select SEARCH BY EVENT, the following window will appear.
(2) Enter desired start time and end time to find EVENT.
(3) Select desired channel to search for.
(4) Select desired event type to search for.
(5) Select SEARCH button and press ENTER button.
4.3.4. GO TO FIRST
Play starts from oldest recorded data.
4.3.5. GO TO LAST
Play starts from latest recorded data.
4.4. FUNCTION
FUNCTION menu is divided into 4 sub-menu; PTZ, AUDIO,
BACKUP, and LOG VIEW
4.4.1. PTZ
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If you press
P/T
button of remote controller, or select PTZ in Function Menu, screen will
be changed to FULL screen mode and you can control PTZ camera.
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If you press advance Icon in PTZ window, PTZ- ADVANCE window will pop-up.
4.4.1.1. PTZ BASIC
„ If you press ◀▶▲▼ button, camera will pan to left / right or tilt up
/ down.
„ If you press ◀◀ / ▶▶ button or search / log button of remote
controller or Click (+), (-) Icon, the camera will zoom in or out.
„ If you press numeric button of remote controller, target camera will
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4.4.1.2.
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PTZ ADVANCE
FOCUS
① + : Focus-IN.
② -
: Focus-OUT
③ AUTO : AUTO-FOCUS mode.
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IRIS
① + : Open Iris.
② -
: Close Iris.
③ AUTO : AUTO-IRIS mode.
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SPEED
① + : The control speed will increase.
② - : The control speed will decrease.
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PRESET
① If you want to go to a specific PRESET-position, select “GO” button.
② If you want to scan PRESET-positions, select “SCAN” button
Note
- The PRESET-positions are set by PRESET menu [MENU Æ SETUP Æ CAMERA Æ PRESET]
- The SCAN-lists are set by SCAN-POINT menu [MENU Æ SETUP Æ CAMERA Æ SCAN-POINT]
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OSD MENU
If you click OSD MENU icon in case that Camera itself has OSD function, The OSD will be
shown in accordance with Camera’s OSD.
If OSD is not supported by Camera, OSD MENU does not work.
4.4.2. Audio
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Set audio output to make sounds at external speaker.
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Audio works only at full screen mode.
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You can control audio volume
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Before setting Audio volume, you can test it by using ON/OFF test Icon
4.4.3. Backup
You can back up the data you want to store or keep to USB Device.
For USB backup, connect USB device to USB port of DVR system.
Select Channel and time you want, and then move and Click the pointer to BACKUP Icon, or press
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Backup button of remote controller.
● DEVICE – Select device to backup
● CHANNEL – Select desired channel
● TO AVI – Can make backup file as AVI file
● SMI – Time stamp to indicate time / data at AVI file.
- Backup viewer is automatically copied
to the device together with backup data
● FROM – Enter starting date time to backup
● TO – Enter ending date time to backup
Note
- One channel only can be selected and can backup by USB memory
- Backup viewer is automatically copied to the device together with backup data
4.4.4. Log view
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You can see the system log status or
save it into USB memory and see it in PC.
● EVENT TYPE – Select desired event type
● FROM – Enter starting date & time
● TO – Enter ending date & time
● BACKUP – Save log data into USB memory
● SEARCH – If you click SEARCH Icon, you can see log list in DVR.
4.5. OSD OFF
If you press click OSD in Remote controller, something displayed on screen will disappear or appear
according to your selection on OSD MENU
If you click OSD OFF in MAIN MENU, something displayed on screen will disappear according to your
selection on OSD MENU
Please see the page 21 to get more information.
[SETUP->DISPLAY->OSD->OSD WINDOWS-> EACH PARAMETERS]
If you only click or move mouse, something will be displayed again.
4.6. REC
If you click REC in main Menu or press REC/Stop button in remote controller, recording will start or
be stopped by toggle. The some steps should be advanced before record is selected.
Please Check whether the value of date and time is properly set.
- Check if HDD is formatted. If HDD is not formatted, please format HDD.
[If the HDD is not formatted yet, please see Page .[How to format HDD]
- Please come back to Record sub-menu of SETUP.
- Choose suitable values in parameter and schedule.
- The recording depends on your selection on schedule,
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4.7 LOG OUT
If you click this Icon, you can change user who can operate DVR.
The Main Menu will disappear after you click Log out menu.
And then if you press any button in remote controller, or move mouse, The LOG IN window will
appear. Please change the User in LOGIN ID and enter the password, and user can access DVR.
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5. Central Monitoring System Software
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5-1.
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General information
CMS program is an application with which users not only watch and control remote DVRs, but also
receive video/audio data or alarm signals with LAN, WAN environment.
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CMS enables users who care about security to manage full information from all the wireconnected DVRs. All security administrators can control all situations even in emergency with
easy operation in their PC.
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5-2.
Main features of CMS program is as follows,
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Real time monitoring multi DVRs at the same time
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Up to 64 camera display on a screen
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Various screen mode supported. (1, 4, 6, 8, 9, 16, 25, 36, 49, 64 screed mode)
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Remote controlling DVR setting value / PTZ camera
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Change configuration values of DVR remotely
System requirements for PC
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Operating system : Windows XP / Vista / Windows7
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CPU : Dual core or Higher
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Ram : At least 1GB (2GB or higher memory recommended)
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VGA : 128MB graphic memory or More
Program Installation
5-3.Find CMS installing program, and execute it.
5-4.After installation, the CMS icon will be created on the desktop.
5-3. Log In
When S/W is executed, a window of login appears.
Input your ID and password.
*Default ID and Password is admin and admin.
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5-4. How to use CMS
5-4-1. ICONS IN MAIN MENU
5-4-1-1.
Screen division option
S/W displays appropriate channel mode automatically according to channel q’ty of connected DVRs.
Also, you can select desire channel mode among 4 / 9 / 16 / 64 channel mode.
You can see full scree mode by clicking maximize button
You can see one channel mode by double click
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5-4-1-2. MAIN ICONS
1) ADD : Create Group or DVR site in DVR LIST window, or used to set prelist info window.
2) Delete : Delete created Group or DVR site in DVR LIST window, or PRE LIST window.
3) Modify : Modify the registered Group or DVR site in DVRLIST window, or cameras in PRELIST window.
4) connect : connect registered DVR.
5) Disconnect : Disconnect the now connected DVR.
6) RPB : Remote Playback Mode
7) LPB : Local Playback Mode
8) SETUP : Remote Setup
9) User Control : Add Delete User
10) Snapshop : Capture the Frame of one channel
9) Volume : Control Audio Volume
10) POWER : Turn Off the CMS window
11) EVENT : Show the status of CMS
12) PTZ : Control PTZ camera in one channel mode.
ADD
Connect
Delete
Modify
LPB
Disconnect
User Control
SnapShot
SETUP
Config
5-4-2. DVR LIST
To register DVR in CMS, please follow the below steps;
After you input PW in Login window, you can see operating CMS program.
You can make DVR list to connect and all camera of the DVR will be displayed in the connection.
1) Please select ALL and then click add folder ICON.
2) Please input Group name, then the group name will be created as tree of ALL.
3) Please select the group name and then click add folder ICON again, and then the Site window will
pop up.
4) Please input each value in items.
Site Name : please input DVR site name you like to write down.
Address : please input the same IP address as that of DVR you set up in DVR.[see user’s manual
page 29]
User ID : Please input the same user name in DVR[see manual page 33.]
Password : please input the same password as that of DVR[see manual page 33.]
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Port Number : please select the same port number in that of DVR[see manual page 31]
The default value is netuser in User ID, and 0000 in password. The Network status in 4.2.7.4.
USER(page 33) should be checked for users to see DVR with CMS.
5) Please click OK ICON, and then the status of DVR you selected will be shown in small window.
6) Please click connection ICON, the DVR will be connected.
5-4-3. PRE LIST
You can make camera list to display from some DVRs. Then, you can save the camera list and load.
DVR should be registered first at DVR LIST
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5-4-3-1. Making display List
Select desire group and click
button and drag desire camera to display to right table. Then,
input desire list name and click OK button to save.
Drag
5-4-4. PTZ control.
If you click PTZ button, window will change to PTZ control mode. Then, you can control PTZ camera
in one channel mode.
Control Pan/Tilt
Zoom IN / OUT
Control Preset /scan point
At DVR LIST : You can control PTZ after selecting the DVR of the PTZ camera.
At PRELIST : You can control PTZ after selecting the Camera.
DVRLIST
PRELIST
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5-4-5. Event status.
If you click event button, connection status will be shown.
Latest
Old
5-4-6. Create user
If you click
button, a window of user list will appear. You can manage users to access Client
S/W by adding or deleting user.
ADD : add user
DEL : delete registered user
CHG : change user ID or Password
Default : Delete all registered users except for admin user
5-4-7. Snapshot
Select screen and click the snapshot button
to get a picture.
5-4-8. Config
If you click
button, the Config window will popup which has two items.
5-4-8-1. OSD
You can select desire OSD to be shown in each channel
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5-4-8-2. Hidden Ch Show/Hide
If you select, you can see hidden channel.
5-4-9. Remote playback
(1) Select DVR site
(2) Click
button to change to remote playback mode.
(3) Select recorded data and select time and minute by dragging
(4) Then, click play button to play.
RETURN
LIVE
(3)
(3)
(4)
5-4-10. Remote backup player.
(1) Click
button to change to backup player mode
(2) Click
button to select backup file
* You can select plural files at same time
(3) Click to play
(2
(3
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5-4-10-1. Change backup file to AVI file
The format of backup file can be converted to AVI file per each one channel.
If you Click PS to AVI ICON, the below AVI Convert window will pop up.
Input : Select backup file to convert to AVI
If you want to convert with Audio, check in Audio box
CH : Select channel to convert
Output : Appoint directory and file name
Time Format : Select desire time stamp
Convert : Start AVI convert
5-4-11. Remote Setup
5-4-11-1. Log view
(1) Select desire date & time to search event
(2) Select desire event type
(3) Click Search button
5-4-11-2. Record Property
You can adjust resolution, Quality and frame rate
to record.
5-4-11-3. Camera Name
You can change camera name. DVR system is
compatible with ANSI code. So, you can type by
ANSI code.
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5-4-11-4. Version
You can check system information
.
5-4-11-5. Remote control
SW upgrade : you can upgrade system
Config Upload : you can change config data to DVR
Config Download : you can get config data from DVR
Remote Reboot : you can reboot DVR.
5-4-11-6. Backup
(1) Select desire date and click Backup list.
(2) Then, backup list in selected date will be
shown.
(3) Appoint directory to save backup file and click
Backup button to start backup.
5-4-11-7. CH backup
You can backup specific channels with desire date
/ time.
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6. Specification
Specification
INPUT
OUTPUT
PORT
Live
4 Channel
8 Channel
16 Channel
Video(BNC)
4
8
16
Audio(RCA)
1
1
1
Sensor
1
1
1
Composite(BNC)
1
1
1
VGA
1
1
1
AUDIO(RCA)
1
1
1
Alarm(Relay)
1(1)
1(1)
1(1)
USB
2 x USB ports, 1 x PTZ(RS-485), 1 x Ethernet Port
Digital Zoom
X2
X2
X2
1,4 & PIP
1,4,9 & PIP,POP
1,4,9,16 & PIP,POP
Monitoring Mode
Resolution
Recording
Frames at [CIF]
120 / 100
240 / 200
480 / 400
Frames at [H. D1]
120 / 100
240 / 200
240 / 200
Frames at [D1]
120 / 100
120 / 100
120 / 100
Pre/Post Rerecording
Recording Mode
Playback
&
Alarm
HDD
System
Pre (0 ~ 30 Seconds), Post (0~120 seconds)
Manual/ Continuous/Schedule/Motion/Sensor
Speed
Fast Forward/Backward(x1/8/32/64/128), Frame by frame
Search Method
By time, Calendar, Events and Go to First/Last Data
Dual Stream
Network
Events
NTSC - 720*480, PAL - 720 * 576
Local Recording & Network Transmission
Network Transmission rates max.120/100FPS at CIF
Web (I.E)
Live/Playback/Audio/PTZ/Snapshot
CMS
Live/Playback/Backup/PTZ/Remote Setup/Local DVR Rebooting
DDNS
Support free DDNS server-dyndns.com/no-ip.com
Mobile Viewer
3G Mobile Phones, iPhone
Bandwidth
Adjustable (64/128/256/512Kbps,1/2/4/10Mbps, Unlimited)
Events & Video Loss
Motion Detection
Scheduling
Email Notification, Alarm-Out, Buzzer for Events & Video Loss
Selected Area, sensitivity in each channel
mail Notification Schedule/Alarm Schedule for Events-Trigger
Others
Warning Message & Buzzer for HDD Over-Temperature
Internal
1 x SATA HDD (supports up to 2TB)
OS
Control
Backup Device
Linux
USB Mouse, IR Remote Controller
USB Memory Stick / HDD, Network by CMS
User management
Administrator and 4 users
Firmware Upgrade
USB flash memory, Network, CMS
Remote controller
One remote controller can control several DVRs
Log View
System operation status
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Trouble shooting
In the event of a product malfunction, please check the following list for a usual and possible solution
before requesting service.
1. Product is not turned on.
Check out whether the power is being supplied well.
2. Product continues displaying “Loading” or “Starting UI….”
Check the product can boot without HDD
If product continues displaying “Loading” or “Starting UI….” Without HDD, you can try emergent upgrade.
Please refer method of factory default in provided CD
3. Camera video is not displayed on monitor
Check the video input / output connections on the product rear panel.
Check the camera status and the connection between camera video/power cable.
Check if CAMERA STATUS in menu is SHOW.
4. I cannot hear Audio
Check the audio input/output connections on the rear panel of DVR.
Audio works only in full screen mode.
5. I can’t stop recording by remote controller or REC button
Check out that RECORD CONTINUOUS of REC OPTION of MENU is OFF.
6. I can’t find previous recording data.
The product operates automatically OVERWRITE function. It deletes the oldest recording data to
overwrite when HDD is full.
7. Product is not compatible with external USB device.
Please check if USB memory stick is in protection(password) function. Protection function of USB device
should not be discharged.
8. I can’t connect to network.
Check if network of menu is setting correctly such as Network port, ID, Password
Check if your internet line is available. Please ask your service provider to check internet line.
If the problem you are experiencing persists or is not mentioned above, please contact service center or
your local distributor.
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