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Safety Precautions
Please read this User’s Manual before
using the product. Change without Notice
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRICAL
SHOCK. DO NOT OPEN !
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK,
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK), NO USER
SERVICEABLE PARTS REFER SERVICING TO
QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
8 Channel Digital Video Recorder
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral
triangle, is intended to alert the user to the presence of insulated
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dangerous Voltage within the product’s enclosure that may be
sufficient magnitude to constitute risk of electrical shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert
the user to the presence of important operation and maintenance
(servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.
WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT
EXPOSE UNITS NOT SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED FOR
Attention: installation should be performed by qualified service
Personnel only in accordance with the National Electrical Code or
applicable local codes.
Power Disconnect. Units with or without ON-OFF switches have
power supplied to the unit whenever the power cord is inserted into
the power source; however, the unit is operational only when the
ON-OFF switch is the ON position. The power cord is the main power
disconnect for all unites.
There are no serviceable parts for this unit, call for your agent for
Warranty
details.
and Service
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FCC Statement:
About this document
Before installing stand alone DVR, be sure to thoroughly review and follow the instructions in
this Users Manual. Pay particular attention to the parts that are marked NOTICE.
WARNING
This device complies with Part 15 FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference. (2) This device must
Also, when connecting with external application, first turn the power OFF and follow manual
accept any interference received including interference that may cause undesired
instruction for appropriate installation.
operation."
Before reading this document
* Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Statement
1. This document is intended for both the administrator and users of stand alone DVR
Model.
WARNING
This Equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
2. This manual contains information for configuring, managing and using stand alone
device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This
DVR Model.
3. To prevent fire or electrical shock, do not expose the product to heat or moisture
4. Be sure to read this manual before using stand alone DVR Model.
5. For questions and technical assistance of this product, contact your local dealer.
equipment generates uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the
►Strong recommendation on installation of the DVR unit
user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
1. Check electricity at the place you want to install the DVR unit is stable and meets our
electricity requirements. Unstable electricity will cause malfunction of the unit or give
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from
that to which the receiver is connected.
critical damage to the unit.
2. Several chips on the main board of the DVR unit and hard disk drive inside the unit
generate heat, and it must be properly discharged. Do not put any objects just beside
exhaust port(fan) on the left side of the unit and do not close up an opening (fresh air
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
* You are cautioned that changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party
responsible for compliance could void your authority to operate the equipment.
in-take) on the right side of the unit..
3. Put the DVR unit at well-ventilated place and do not put heat-generating objects on the
unit. When it is installed inside 19 inch mounting rack together with other devices,
please check built-in ventilation fan of the rack is properly running.
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FRONT PANEL
REAR PANEL
X
1.
/
: Quad screen mode button
2.
CHANNEL 1 / 5
: Channel 1 / 5 full screen button
3.
CHANNEL 2 / 6
: Channel 2 / 6 full screen button
4.
CHANNEL 3 / 7
: Channel 3 / 7 full screen button
5.
CHANNEL 4 / 8
: Channel 4 / 8 full screen button
6.
LOCK
: Press this button to Key Lock function
7.
AUDIO
: Audio on or off button
8.
AUTO
: Auto sequence mode
9.
BACKUP
Power code in 12V/5A, power switcher (ON / OFF)
Camera 1 ~ 8 input BNC type
Monitor out
: Image backup button
10. UP / STOP
: Direction button UP / Playback stop button
11.
DOWN / PAUSE
: Direction button down / Playback pause
12.
REW / LEFT
: Reverse playback choose button / play speed
/
13.
FF / RIGHT
: Forward playback choose button / play speed
/
14.
ENTER
: Enter button or value change(+) / Shift mode(S)
15.
MENU BUTTON
: Press this button to display the menu setup
16.
ESC / PTZ
: Press this button to exit menu / PTZ mode
17.
T-SRH
: Press this button to playback time search
18.
PLAY BUTTON
: Press this button to playback
19.
+ BUTTON
: Increase + values change.
20.
REC BUTTON
: Press this button to start recording image
21.
- BUTTON
22. USB 2.0
VGA out (Optional)
/
/
(Step play)
: Reduce - values change
: Pan Driver slot
Audio channel input x 1 and output x 1
Alarm / Relay / RS 485 connector
RJ-45 (Network connector)
PS 2 type mouse connector
*User needs to plug in USB again if ActiveX loaded; image backup or version updated.
RS232/ISP: Not available
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DVR Initialing
or detect a new hard disk
Mouse Control
○ Screen display
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1. Double-click of the left button on desired camera
to full channel
○ ○ ○
2. Double-click of the left button on desired camera
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to 9 split screen
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1
○ Menu display
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**Notice**
○ None
○ Select
Please set HDD to Master if only one
installed.
1. One-click of the right button to menu OSD
2. Back to last OSD page
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No function
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1. One-click on the item of OSD
2. One-click on the value of item
3. One-click on the Exit to quit and save menu
4. From right-up to left-below and the set motion
detect area
Recording icon
Overwrite
Motion
Alarm
Live screen
Event (Motion / Alarm)
Operate:
Video loss
MENU BUTTON
Keypad lock * 111111 is the default password
On live, press Enter button to (Shift) mode + 1; 2; 3 ; 4 switch to 5; 6; 7; 8 full screen.
Hard Disk capacity; Hard Disk capacity used; Network Type and IP address information
ESC / PTZ
: Press ESC button to exit menu / To PTZ control mode
ENTER BUTTON
: Press Enter button to confirm set or value change(+) / Shift mode
DIRECTION BUTTON : MENU item select
+ BUTTON
: Increase + values change
- BUTTON
: Reduce - values change
BACKUP
: To backup mode
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: Press MENU button to enter menu setup or exit
) MOVE
(ENT) SELECT (MENU) EXIT
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Main MENU – Camera Set
Remote controller (Optional):
The key on the remote controller function control is same as DVR keypad. Only a few keys are
no avail.
Channel select 1 ~ 8 camera
XX
Quad / Split screen
X
X
X
PIP: Audio hot key
Right adjustment of each element will increase picture quarterly displayed. We recommend
Auto: Channel sequence
you to adjust each element of cameras and monitor to be connected to the DVR unit.
UP / STOP : Direction button UP / Playback stop button
REW
Main MENU – Camera Set – Display (Channel mask, but it still do recording.)
: Reverse playback choose button
DOWN / PAUSE : Direction button down / Playback pause
FF
: Forward playback choose button
ENTER
: Enter button or value change / Shift mode
MENU BUTTON : Press this button to display the menu setup
BKUP
: Image backup button
ESC / PTZ
: Press this button to exit menu / PTZ mode
T-SRH
: Press this button to playback time search
PLAY
: Press this button to playback
REC BUTTON
: Press this button to start recording image
+ BUTTON
: Increase + values change
- BUTTON
: Reduce - values change
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Main MENU – Camera Set – Title
Main Menu – Record Set
Record Set – Record Framerate
Record Set – Record Quality
Record Set – Event Rec Duration
Camera title setup function allows 5 characters for each channel.
Select Shift to next page and then Enter to confirm camera title.
High / Normal / Low
5 / 10 / 15 / 20 / 25 / 30
Record Set – Auto Record
Record Set - Data Retention Set
After 1 ~ 8 minutes, auto start to record
1 ~ 15 days
if no operation.
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Record Set – Schedule Record
Record Time Table: 80GB HD
Record Quality: Low. Half D1 Average: 5 KB;
REC FPS
60
30
15
10
REC Hour
72
148
296
444
Record Quality: Normal. Half D1 Average 10 KB;
REC FPS
60
30
15
10
REC Hour
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74
148
222
Notice:
1. Each channel has own frame rate adjustment of each recording mode.
Record Quality: High. Half D1 Average 20 KB;
2. In 24 hours, user can adjust each channel frame rate of different record mode. Such as
schedule, motion detection, and alarm record more.
3. Press
button to change different of record modes.
1. Schedule record mode
2. Motion record mode
REC FPS
60
30
15
10
REC Hour
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Actual recording time is base on live environment. This table is only for reference.
20 K x 30 (frame rate) x 60 (mins) x 60 (secs) = 2160000 K = 2160 M / hr
2160 M / hr x 24 = 51840000 K = 51840 M = 51.84 G / (1 Day)
3. Alarm record mode
4. Motion + Alarm + Schedule record mode
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Main Menu – Alarm Detection
Main Menu – Motion Detection
Alarm Signal type depends on Alarm Sensor polarity define on NO (N/Open) or NC (N/Close)
Main Menu – Motion Detection – Motion Area
mode. Alarm POP UP: Event channel jump to full screen when alarm triggered. 9 Split screen
with the alarm symbol if there is more than two cameras triggered.
Door closed
Door open
cursor
Detected area
Motion POP UP: Motion channel jumps to full screen
when motion triggered. 9 Split screen with an alarm
symbol if there is more than two cameras.
Relay: NO + COM or NC + COM
Alarm Signal type depends on Alarm Sensor polarity define on NO (N/Open) or NC (N/Close)
Main Menu – Motion Detection – Motion area selection
mode.
Direction button Left or Right + ENTER to cancel detection area.
NO + COM: Normally, motion relay is NO + COM connector.
Select start (right-up corner) point and end (left-below corner) point of detect area.
Relay action:
Start
End
Relay: NO (Normal open)
Alarm trigger
Relay: NC (Normal Close)
One-click of the mouse left button to cancel detect area.
NO
COM
NC
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COM
Select start (right-up corner) point and end (left-below corner) point of detect area.
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Main Menu – Screen – Border: Quad border On / Off display
Main Menu – Audio Set
Main Menu – Screen – Video Adjustment: Video screen position movement
- If microphone, audio line in or any how, user please set the audio record mode to on and also
adjust volume input or output to right sound effects.
- Mute means live audio is turn on or quiet.
Main Menu – System Set – Hard Disk
Main Menu – System Set – Format HDD
Main Menu – Screen – VGA Frequency and VGA
Main Menu – System Set – Hard Disk Setup – Format HDD – Password
After adjusted, press ENTER to see if it has change the dialogue resolution, press ENTER to
change, press ESC to cancel. If user does not make any change, the mode will change back to
last status after 15 seconds.
DVR needs to reboot if 1280x1024 resolution adjusted.
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HDD was formatted successful.
Main Menu – System Set – Time Set
- Before hard disk format, user needs to put the right password. The password is same as
Select time zone and auto time synchronization with NTP server. Network is required on NTP
unlock which is default 111111.
server. NTP server does not work under network DHCP mode. After time set or daylight mode
- Please set HDD to Master if only one installed. Second one to Slave.
turns to on, user needs to Apply and confirm. 0 ~ 9 is repeatable with increase + button,
- Hard Disk Master and Slave jumper pin must right, otherwise it makes DVR work fault.
And decrease - button is opposite.
Main Menu – System Set – Security Protection - Password Change
Main Menu – System Set – Dwell Time Setup (Channel auto sequence)
Main Menu – System Set – Network Settings
Menu Protection:
On / Off. User needs to login password before enter to menu.
Auto Key Lock:
After 1 ~ 60 seconds system automatically key lock which means before operate DVR user
needs to unlock.
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Network Settings – Local IP
Network Settings – Local IP – STATIC
Network Settings – Local IP – DHCP
Select static IP address / Gateway / Net Mask
Main Menu – System Set – Network – PPPOE – Password
Auto IP detected under IP sharing or router
Input PPPoE account and password. And then save & exit menu. After a while, back to
network set again, user would see IP appears.
Main Menu – System Set – Network – PPPOE
IP would not correctly appear on screen if any firewall or router authority management.
User type the IP to Net viewer or IE browser to view image via network.
Main Menu – System Set – Network – PPPOE – ID
Main Menu – System Set – Network – D/DNS set
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Ex: Enter in www.dyndns.com to apply a free account and host name.
Logged In page
Click Create Account to make a new ID name.
Click “My Services” icon
Click Add Host Services:
Fill in all the personal information, password, email requested; please go to user’s email
account to active your new account. Return to DynDNS website; click Account to long in page.
cv1000
123456
Type your applied Username and Password
Click “Add Host Service”
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Add static DNS Host:
Ex: Create a new df6020 host name, after add a new host name; DynDNS page shows a
Select Static DNS: add Static DNS Host
confirm message page.
Type a Hostname user decided.
Enable :
YES
DNS Server: From ISP
DDNS Server: DynDNS.
HOST Name: Insert host name
No useful
df6020
User Name:
Insert DynDNS username
Password:
Insert DynDNS password
Add Host
On IE browser blank bar, type df6020.dyndns.org; and then user can get on line.
DNS address is required.
Network stream speed depends on the locality bandwidth.
Advice user apply network speed Upload 512K / Download 512K or more, to avoid image data
too big influence the remote quality.
DNS only works under DDNS mode.
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Main Menu – System Set – RS-485
Main Menu – System Set – F/W Upgrade
Stop all hard disk working before update, select F/W upgrade and then press ENTER to
search firmware.
It follows the camera baud rate
Don’t care
Don’t care
Don’t care
Main Menu – System Set – Pan/Tilt Device
Press PLAY to start version update.
Control: Keypad, mouse
* Mouse control: press ESC to PTZ mode, press AUTO button, and then once-click left button
of mouse to control PTZ movement.
DVR auto reboot after version update.
Press quad button + number 1 ~ 4 button to set presets, press AUDIO + 1 ~ 4 to call preset.
Press AUTO to start auto presets, AUTO again to cancel.
Up/Down/Left/Right: PTZ dome direction control
+ / - : Zoom in / Zoom out
HDD needs to be installed before update.
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Main Menu – System Set – BUZZER SETUP
Main Menu – Search
Main Menu – System Set – Load Active-X Control
Main Menu – Search – Event List
Main Menu – Search – TIME LIST
Stop all hard disk working before load Active-X control
Main Menu – Search – Time Search
Press ENTER to select date and time. Direction left and right button to move value item.
ENTER or + / - button to change value.
1. Before DVR IE connection, please download the ActiveX to DVR hard disk from CD-ROM,
and then you can view DVR image via internet any PC.
Steps: CD disk ActiveX USB pan drive DVR (with hard disk) USB Menu - System Set – Load Active-X Control ENTER button
2. Also install ActiveX to your personal computer. Net viewer is packaged with ActiveX.exe.
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Main Menu – Search – Time Search: after date and time select, go to Search and then
Backup mode: Before backup, USB pan driver is required.
press ENTER to start playback.
Mode 1: On live mode, press backup button to file backup page.
Total hard disk date & time range
Select start and end time of backup
Playing
After select backup time, apply to count
data size. After size appears, press backup
button to USB page.
DVR is reading pan driver
Forward speed: x 2 / x 3 / x 4
(Direction right button)
Reverse speed: x 8 / x 16 / x 32 (Direction left button)
Press STOP to search list, press ESC to live mode.
After a while, all backup information display on screen, user now can press backup button to
start file backup.
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Data is writing to USB pan drive, users please wait until backup complete. Press menu button
to quit USB page.
Mode 4: On event list, choose an event record data, and then press backup button.
Pages go to USB page, after data size appears, press backup button to the page
which is same as mode 1
Mode 2: Press play button to start playback, the playback beginning time is the last one hour
record. Press + and – to select backup time. User only can increase seconds in this backup
way. Press backup button to USB page which is same as mode 1.
Mode 3: On mode 2, user can press T-SRH button to the page like mode 1, and then to
mode 3.
Here, user only can adjust End date and time, after the back way is same as mode 1.
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Main Menu – Language – English or Chinese
Net viewer
Main Menu – Exit
Viewer function:
1. Backup file player
2. Network viewer
3. Connection
User needs to save changes if any function value has changed. And then exit menu.
DVR control via viewer:*
Operate:
4. DVR screen: Split, Channel full screen / Key lock / Channel auto sequence.
MENU BUTTON
: Press MENU button to enter menu setup or exit
5. DVR function: MENU / ESC / Play / REC / T-SRH / - values change / + values change
ESC BUTTON
: Press ESC button to exit menu / PTZ mode
ENTER BUTTON
: Press Enter button to confirm set or value change(+) / Shift mode
Audio ON : stream speed – not good. OFF : stream speed – good
6. DVR direction button: Up (Item select, Play Stop) / Down (Item select, Play Pause)
Left (Item select, Play Reverse) / Right (Item select, Play Forward)
ENT (ENTER): Item confirm/select, values change)
DIRECTION BUTTON : MENU item select
+ BUTTON
: Increase + values change
- BUTTON
: Reduce - values change
BACKUP
: To backup mode
7. DVR menu pop-up
8. Audio volume (PC site)
*Viewer control panel button is same as DVR keypad.
*Viewer and DVR display is synchronously.
(
) MOVE
(ENT) SELECT (MENU) EXIT
*PTZ control is supported on viewer and control way is same as DVR keypad.
*PTZ control and movement speed depends on network streaming.
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Viewer configures:
File Player:
Click browser to open file which you saved
Player
Switch to backup file play mode
Netviewer
Switch to DVR network viewer
Disconnect
Network log out and connect canceled
Dvr Control
DVR function control
Audio
Audio volume adjust (PC site)
Local Recording
Viewing image record
Always On Top
Player or viewer always on top even other data folders open
Full Screen
Viewer change to full screen
Maximize
Full screen display
Aspect Ratio
Resolution 640 x 448 / 640 x 544 adjust
Options
Viewer function setup
Always on Top: Player or viewer always on top even other data folders open
Auto Reconnection: Reconnection if non artificial network disconnect.
Player button
Path for local recording: Please select a path of your PC.
Open \ Fast Backward \ Play Reverse \ Previous Frame \ Pause \ Next Frame \ Play
About Viewer
Viewer version
Fast Forward \ Still Capture
Exit
Close viewer
1. DVR USB or net viewer backup file (*.VVF)only read in player
2. Local recording file only read in player, except transfer to AVI.
3. Backup file includes video and audio
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Player Configure:
Options
User creates or selects a record path
Always on top: Player always on top even other data folders opened
Show time: Show the PC time of when user start recording backup file
Player
Switch to backup file play mode
Netviewer
Switch to DVR network viewer
Open File
Open the backup file which saved in any path
Open Disk
Open the DVR hard disk which is installed to PC IDE slot
Export
Backup file to AVI files transform (Video + Audio). See AVI page
Close
Player Button control disable
Show time
Show the backup beginning time
Always on Top
Player always on top even other data folders opened
Playback
Play back mode and speed select. Same as Player button
Audio
Audio volume adjust (PC site)
Full screen
Player screen to full size
On Screen display date/time (Show time) format: Please select the date format you want.
Maximize
Player to full of screen
%Y/%m/%d %H:%M:%S:
2007/06/15 15:32:29
Aspect Ratio
Player resolution adjust
%y/%m/%d %H:%M:%S:
07/06/15 15:32:29
Options
See Next page
%Y/%m/%d %p %I:%M:%S:
2007/06/15 PM 03:32:29
About viewer
Version of viewer
%y/%m/%d %p %I:%M:%S:
07/06/15 PM 03:32:29
Exit
Player and viewer exit
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%b %d %H:%M:%S %Y:
JUN 15 15:32:29 2007
%b %d %p %I:%M:%S %Y:
JUN 15 PM 03:32:29 2007
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VVF file export to AVI
PTZ Control mode
Click audio on if the image includes audio.
Browse the file source
Channel / Direction
Near / Far, Call OSD,
Browse a path for file output
Menu confirm
File preview
Select a compression codec
Select camera channel
Set presets
Percentage of the export AVI progress
Users please wait until file export completed.
Zoom -- / + : Lens, Near / Far
Menu: Call PTZ OSD
Enter: OSD value confirm
Channel: Select PTZ channel
Preset: Preset setup
Select preset 1 ~ 8, and then click SET to save. Click CALL to run preset.
Click AUTO to start all presets. Click STOP to terminate.
CLEAR, delete preset 1 ~ 8
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IE browser:
Specification
Channel
8CH
Input
8 CH Inputs 1.0Vp-p, 75ohm unbalanced (BNC Type)
Output
Main monitor composite (BNC type) x 1
Horizontal Resolution
640x448 (NTSC) / 640x544 (PAL)
S/N Ratio
More than 40dB
Color
6.7 Million
Monitoring Method
Channel Display
Single / Quad channel / 9 split screen
Sequence Display
Available. 0 ~ 999 seconds.
Screen Quality
Display Rate
640(H)x 448(V) Active Pixels(NTSC);
640(H) x 544(V) Active Pixels (PAL)
240 fps (NTSC) / 200 fps (PAL)
Recording/ Play Function
Recording (Max) NTSC Max 60 fps(NTSC); Max 50 fps(PAL)
IE control button is same as DVR keypad.
Recording Resolution
640x224(NTSC);
Record Quality
High, Normal, Low
640x272(PAL)
Compressed Picture
Storage: MJPEG, network / internet: MPEG4
Recording Control
Auto / manual / schedule / motion / alarm
Playback Mode
Time list / event list / Date & Time search
Other Function
Operation Mode
3. Before DVR IE connection, please download the ActiveX to DVR hard disk from CD-ROM,
Record / Play / Network
Motion Detect
16 x16 grids camera for all channel
and then you can view DVR image via internet any PC.
Alarm
Alarm in x 8 / Relay out x 1
Steps: CD disk ActiveX USB pan drive DVR (with hard disk) USB Back-Up
USB 1.1/2.0 memory and network remote backup
Menu - System Set – Load Active-X Control ENTER button
Storage
HDD x2
4. Also install ActiveX to your personal computer. Net viewer is packaged with ActiveX.exe.
Audio Input
RCA x 1
Audio Output
RCA x 1
HDD Record Mode
Full stop / overwrite
Remote Backup
Through client application
PTZ Control
PELCO-D, PELCO-P, MERIT LI-LIN
Key Lock
Yes
Real Time clock (RTC) Support NTP (Network Time Protocol)
Remote Control
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Support PHILIPS RC5, NEC
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Network Function
Ethernet
10 /100 Base-T
Web interface
Support licensed software AP
Network Connection
TCP/IP, PPPoE, DHCP, DDNS
Client Application
Display / playback / PTZ / DVR control
Power Supply
DC 12V / 5A
Weight
N.W./G.W. 3.06kg/3.68kg
Dimension
426(W) x 328.5(D) x
65(H) mm
Operating Temperature 41 ºF~104 ºF (5 ºC~+40 ºC)
Operating Humidity
Less than 90%
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