8-9ch and 16ch D1 Standalone
8-9ch and 16ch D1 Standalone
User’s Manual
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8-9ch and 16ch D1 Standalone Manual
【Table of Contents】
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Package Content ................................................................................................................ 4
2
3
4
Feature .................................................................................................................................. 4
Specification ........................................................................................................................ 7
Hardware Introduction And Installation ....................................................................... 9
4.1
Front view .............................................................................................................. 9
4.2
Back view............................................................................................................. 11
4.3
Remote controller ............................................................................................... 12
4.4
Standalone DVR Utility Installation & Manual ................................................ 14
4.5
Basic Connections ............................................................................................. 16
4.6
Optional Connections ........................................................................................ 18
5
Basic Operation ................................................................................................................ 20
5.1
Text Input ............................................................................................................. 20
5.2
Basic Operations ................................................................................................ 21
5.3
Digital Zoom ........................................................................................................ 23
6
7
Main Screen ....................................................................................................................... 24
Menu .................................................................................................................................... 25
7.1
Login / Logout ..................................................................................................... 27
7.2
Status ................................................................................................................... 28
7.3
Volume ................................................................................................................. 29
7.4
Video Adjustment ............................................................................................... 30
7.5
VGA Display ........................................................................................................ 31
7.6
Backup Device .................................................................................................... 32
7.6.1
Backup Setting............................................................................................ 33
7.7
Setup .................................................................................................................... 37
7.7.1 Pre-Camera ....................................................................................................... 38
7.7.2 Camera .............................................................................................................. 40
7.7.3 Alarm .................................................................................................................. 46
7.7.4 SEQ Display Setup .......................................................................................... 47
7.7.5 Scheduled Record............................................................................................ 48
7.7.6 HDD .................................................................................................................... 50
7.7.7 Password ........................................................................................................... 55
7.7.8 System Setup.................................................................................................... 56
7.7.9 RS-232 / 422 / 485 ........................................................................................... 58
7.7.10 Network............................................................................................................ 61
7.8
System Shutdown (Administrator) ................................................................... 66
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8 PTZ Control ........................................................................................................................ 67
9 Software Upgrade ............................................................................................................ 73
10
Search & Playback ................................................................................................... 74
10.1
Search By Time .................................................................................................. 75
10.2
Search By Event / Log Display ........................................................................ 76
10.3
Smart Search ...................................................................................................... 78
10.4
Search Archived Files ........................................................................................ 79
10.5
POS Search ........................................................................................................ 80
10.6
Playback/Archive For Search By Time................................................................. 81
10.7
Playback/Archive For Search By Event .......................................................... 85
10.8
Playback/Archive For Smart Search ............................................................... 85
10.9
Playback For Archived Files ............................................................................. 86
10.10
Playback/Archive For POS Search ................................................................. 86
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Remote Access ......................................................................................................... 87
11.1
Remote Access via Internet Explorer (IE) ...................................................... 87
11.1.1 Main Screen ................................................................................................ 89
11.1.2 Search & Playback ..................................................................................... 91
11.1.3 PTZ Control ................................................................................................. 93
11.1.4 Server Configuration .................................................................................. 94
11.1.5 POS Search .............................................................................................. 110
11.1.6 GPS Configuration .................................................................................... 111
11.1.7 POS Configuration ................................................................................... 112
11.2
Remote Access via PDA ................................................................................. 113
11.3
IE Remote Access via Vista ............................................................................ 115
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CMS2000 ................................................................................................................... 120
POS Connection ..................................................................................................... 121
13.1
Connection Diagram & Package.................................................................... 121
13.2
P.O.S. Setting of Standalone DVR................................................................. 122
13.2.1 RS232/422/485 Setting via Local .......................................................... 122
13.2.2 RS232/422/485 Setting via Remote ...................................................... 126
Appendix A –Time Zone ....................................................................................................... 131
Appendix B –Touch Board Connection Diagram .......................................................... 133
Appendix C – Recording Table Reference (NTSC) ....................................................... 134
Appendix D – Recording Table Reference (PAL) ........................................................... 135
Appendix E –Standalone DVR access via router setting ............................................ 136
Appendix F – Backup Video File ........................................................................................ 139
Appendix G –Frequently Asked Questions & Trouble Shooting .............................. 149
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Package Content
1-1. DVR ---------------------------------x1
1-2. Remote Controller ------------------------- x1
1-3. AAA Battery --------------------------------- x2
1-4. Screws --------------------------------------- x12
1-5. deck pad (with screws) ------------------- x4
1-6. CD -------------------------------------------- x1
1-7. Quick Reference--------------------------- x1
1-8. User Manual ------------------------------- x1
1-9. Power Adapter ---------------------------- x1
1-10. Power Cable ------------------------------ x1
1-11. RS232 Terminal Cover ------------------- x1
1-12. RS232 Y-Cable ----------------------------- x1
1-13. Touch Board (optional) ------------------ x1
(Please refer to Appendix B –Touch Board Connection Diagram)
DVR
Remote Controller
AAA Battery
Screws
deck pad + screws
CD
Quick Reference
User Manual
Power Adapter
Power Cable
RS232 Terminal Cover
RS232 Y-Cable
Touch Board (optional)
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Feature
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H.264 Compression for better video quality & smaller record size
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16/9-CH H.264 DVR with Sixplex operation – record, live, playback, backup, control, &
remote access
„
Support DDNS
„
Up to D1 resolution
„
POS/CMS integration (support access from remote site)
„
Mouse Driven GUI Interface
„
Two way Audio communication capabilities
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Audio Broadcasting facilitates administrator easy to manage multiple DVR through one IE
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Simple USB Backup
„
Supported Multi-language
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Smart search: provides smart search of “Mark specific Area” for quicker search
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Digital watermark to Prevent film to be altered.
„
Playback search by time or event (alarm, motion, video loss, POS)
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Up to 3 SATA HDDs, or 2 SATA HDDs and 1 DVD (optional)
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Internal DVD Models (optional): Video/audio backup to internal DVD, including DVD+RW,
DVD+R, and DVD-R
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eSATA connector for HDD extension
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External USB DVD-RW & USB HDD supported (Backup)
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Multi-Operation interface: remote controller, touch board, and mouse operation
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RS-232 and RS-485 for PTZ, keyboard control,
„
Immediately remote trigger I/O devices via IE remote software & Mobile Phone
„
Remote view via Mobile Phone/IE/CMS2000
„
OCX SDK available for the integration with different applications
„
Free Bundle powerful CMS IE remote management software, control up to 64chs on one
screen & no limitation for number of DVRs connections.
„
Support Hybrid CMS2000 Server: powerful managing control for all the DVRs and
integrate other security devices (ex.IPCAM & NVR) all together.
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Playback recorded video via IE software (Max. 64chs.)
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Free video player for backup video
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Specification
Model
System
Video
O.S.
Multiplex
Processor
Certification
Format
Input
Main monitor
Audio
Record
Display
Playback
Storage
Call monitor
Loss detection
Motion detection
Input
Output
Compression
Frame rate (IPS) &
Resolution
Watermark
Mode
Pre-record time
Post-record time
Resolution
Split windows
Frame rate
Digital Zoom
Sequential switch
Frame rate (IPS) &
Resolution
Search
Operation
Remote
HDD
HDD Extension
Partitions
External Backup
Alarm &
DI/DO
Network
Digital Input
Relay Output
Buzzer
Trigger
Event log
Ethernet
Web
9ch / 16ch
Embedded Linux 2.6
Sixplex operation - simultaneous record, live, playback, backup,
control, & remote access
Multiple
FCC, CE
NTSC/ PAL
9-CH, BNC
16-CH, BNC, 1Vp-p/75ohm
BNC x 1, S-video x 1, 1Vp-p/75ohm
Optional VGA D-SUB 15-pin connector
BNC x 1, 1Vp-p/75ohm
Yes
Yes, with configurable detection area & sensitivity
4 RCA-jack connectors, line-in level (100mV-2Vrms)
1 RCA-jack connector, line-out level (up to 2Vrms)
H.264 compression
NTSC – 60 / 720*480, 120 / 720*240, 240 / 360*240
PAL – 50 / 720*576, 100 / 720*288, 200 / 360*288
Yes
Manual/Schedule/Alarm/Motion
0 - 60 seconds
0 - 60 minutes
NTSC: 720*480, PAL: 720*576
1/4/7/9/10/13/16
Up to 30/25 IPS per display window
X2, X4
User adjustable
NTSC: 60 / 720*480, 120 / 720*240, 240 / 360*240
PAL: 50 / 720*576, 100 / 720*288, 200 / 360*288
Smart search, Date/time, Camera, Alarm, & Motion
Play, Fast Forward, Backward, Pause, Stop.
Remote playback from IE or CMS2000
3 x 3.5” SATA HDDs(each HDD support up to 2TB) or
2 x 3.5” SATA HDDs & 1x internal DVD-RW (optional)
Failure detection & privacy law supported
1 eSATA connector
Configurable alarm partition size
Configurable auto-overwrite or not
1 USB 2.0 port : USB 2.0 disk drives, DVD+RW, DVD+R, DVD-R,
card readers, HDD, etc.
DVD models: DVD+RW, DVD+R, DVD-R ( optional )
Auto player for backup files
16 contact or TTL/CMOS signal, polarity selectable
NO(Normally Open) x 1, NC(Normally Closed) x 1
Yes
Via Sensor input, Video loss, & Motion
Yes
1 RJ-45 10/100BaseT Ethernet connector
Remote setup, monitoring, backup, alarm notification, & remote
software upgrade
One I.E. page for unlimited DVRs connection
Configurable HTTP/Control/Data port
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E-mail
Alarm notification to stationary or mobile devices
FTP
Alarm video/audio file storage
Video
1/4/9/16 split-window & SEQ mode for I.E. and CMS2000
e-maps for CMS2000
Audio
Two way audio and Audio Broadcasting
Protocol
TCP/IP, HTTP, PPPoE, DHCP, DDNS, FTP, TSP
Remote users
Up to 8 users simultaneously
Bandwidth
TCP/IP type dynamic sliding window control
Remote stations
PC, mobile phone, or PDA
Control
I/R
1 I/R remote controller
Interface
RS-232
1 D-type female connector for PTZ, POS, or GPS
RS-485/422
2-pin for keyboard/PTZ control
POS
Plain text (ex. Epson printer and others)
GPS
Support protocol NMEA0183
Setup
Local
On screen setup via mouse, keypad, I/R remote controller, and/or
RS-485 keyboard
Remote
Setup & upload via Windows application software
Multi-language
Yes
System
System recovery
Auto power on after power loss recovery
Watch Dog Timer
Yes
Timer
Built-in real time clock
Security
Muli-level password (3 levels, up to 18 accounts) protection with
authentication key for remote access
Weights &
Dimension
430(W) x 300(D) x 66(H)mm
Dimension
Weight
4.0 KG (without HDD)
Power
Source
+12VDC
Consumption
65W Max. (with 3 HDDs)
Operating Temperature
0oC ~ +45oC
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Hardware Introduction And Installation
4.1
9CH / 16ch Front view
Name
Description
1
DVD Writer (optional)
Used for backup purpose if installed.
2
USB Mouse Connector
Connect to USB 1.1 compatible mouse before the DVR is power on.
3
USB connector
Connect to USB 2.0 compatible storage device, such as USB
2.0 disk drive, DVD+RW, card reader, etc.
4
LEDs
Indicators for POWER, HDD, and Net.
5
MODE Button
Press this button to toggle between live mode and playback
mode in main screen display.
In some dialogs, this button is
used as a miscellaneous function key.
At playing, this button
is used as “slow backward”.
6
SEQ Button
Press this button to switch to or return from SEQ display mode
in main screen display.
In some dialogs, this button is used
as a miscellaneous function key. At playing, this button is
used as “slow forward”.
7
CALL Button
Press this button to switch to or return from full screen display
of the focus camera in main screen display.
In some dialogs,
this button is used as a miscellaneous function key.
8
SEARCH Button
Press this button to display the search menu in main screen
display.
In some dialogs, this button is used as a
miscellaneous function key.
9
Remote I/R Sensor
Used to receive signal from I/R remote controller.
10
REC Button
Press this button to force manual recording. To stop manual
recording, press it again.
11
Play/Pause Button (
)
Press this button to play the recorded images, or pause the
playback.
12
Stop Button (
)
Press this button to stop the playback.
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Press this button to copy the playback images to the internal
Copy Button (
)
DVD writer or the storage device connected to the USB port.
Press this button again to stop copying.
14
MENU / ESC Button
Press this button to display the main menu or escape to the
upper level display.
15
PAGE Button
Press this button for page down in multi-split-window displays.
16
Right Buttons ( ►)
In PTZ control, press these buttons to pan the camera.
In the other
screens, press this button to move the cursor or focus window.
17
Left Buttons (◄ )
In PTZ control, press these buttons to pan the camera.
In the other
screens, press this button to move the cursor or focus window.
18
Up/BS Button (▲/BS)
Press this button to move the cursor or focus window in most
circumstances.
camera.
In PTZ control, press this button to tilt up the
In text editing mode, this button is used as
“backspace” key.
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Down/DEL Button (▼/DEL)
Press this button to move the cursor or focus window in most
circumstances.
In PTZ control, press this button to tilt down
the camera. In text editing mode, this button is used as “del”
key.
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ENTER Button
This button is used as “enter” key in most circumstances.
In
PTZ control, this button is used to start/stop the selected PTZ
control mode.
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(Split Windows) + Buttons (
)
In split-window display, press these buttons for next
split-window display.
In the others, press these buttons to
change the contents.
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(Split Windows) - Buttons (
)
In split-window display, press these buttons for previous
split-window display.
change the contents.
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4.2
9CH / 16ch Back view
1
2
Name
Description
Video Input Connectors
Connect system cameras to these BNC connectors. The
(1-16/1-9)
internal 75Ω termination is always ON.
Video Out (CALL, MAIN)
Connect TV monitor to the upper BNC connector for call
monitor display, and connect TV monitor to the lower BNC
connector for main monitor display.
3
Audio Input Connectors
These RCA connectors accept line-in audio signals
(AUDIO IN 1-4)
supplied from external devices such as microphone
amplifiers.
4
Audio Output Connectors
This connector supplies line-out audio signal to external
(AUDIO OUT)
devices such as speakers.
Recorded audio will be
supplied from AUDIO OUT during playback.
5
RS-232 Connector
Connect this connector to PTZ camera(s), GPS modem, or
POS system.
6
VGA Connector (optional)
Connect VGA monitor to the VGA connector for main
monitor display
7
eSATA Connector
Connect this port to external SATA storage device for HDD
extension.
8
Ethernet Connector
Connect this unit to a 10/100Base-T Ethernet network
through this port.
9
NTSC/PAL Selector Switch
Set this unit to NTSC or PAL according to the local TV
system.
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11
12
Main Monitor Output Connector
Connect TV monitor to the mini-din S-video connector for
(MAIN OUT Y/C)
main monitor display.
Alarm Input Connectors
Connect these connectors to external devices such as
(ALARM IN 1-16)
sensors or door switches.
Alarm Output Connectors
Connect these connectors to 2 Normally Closed (NC) alarm
(ALARM OUT 1-4)
outputs (1-2) and 2 Normally Open (NO) alarm outputs
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(3-4).
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RS-485 Connector
Connect this connector to RS-422/485 compatible PTZ
camera(s) or keyboard. Please refer to the manuals come
with the RS-485 compatible devices for the correct settings.
4.3
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Power Input (DC 12V)
Connect to DC 12V power source.
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Power Switch (POWER)
Turn the power of this unit on/off.
Remote controller
Name
Description
1 REC
2
3
Press to start the recording.
Mode
Press to switch between live and playback mode.
At playing, this button is used as “slow backward”.
SEQ
Press to turn on the sequence mode. At playing,
this button is used as “slow forward”.
CALL
Press this button to switch to or return from full
screen display of the focus camera in main screen
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display.
In some dialogs, this button is used as a
miscellaneous function key.
Search
Click to search recorded data while in the playback
mode. There are five types of search modes: search
by time, search by event, smart search, search
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archived files and POS search.
(Please refer to Chapter 10 Search & Playback for detail
information.)
6 Alarm Reset
7
Press to restore the alarm status to default.
Numeric/
Press these buttons for camera selection in most of
alpha button
the circumstances. Use these buttons to enter texts
(1-9, 0, *, #)
and numerical values. ’#’ is also used for page
down in multi-split-window displays.
PTZ
Click to access the PTZ control when there is a PTZ
camera supported.
Goto
Click to view the image taken by PTZ camera at its
preset location.
8
Function
Click to add an audio recording feature.
Set
Click to switch between GPS (POS: option) Display
and to reconfigure the display setting.
(Please refer to Chapter 7.7.9 RS-232 / 422 / 485NOTE 2
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for detail setup)
Zoom
Press
Adjust
Click to switch between different display layouts.
to adjust the zoom of the cameba.
9
Menu
Press to access the menu dialog box.
10
Mute
Press to either mute or un-mute audio.
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Esc
Press to exit the setting page.
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X2
Press to adjust the zoom.
▲/Back Space: Click to move up the selection panel or backspace
during text/numeric entry.
◄; ►: Click to move left or right.
▼/DEL: Click to move down the selection panel or delete text during
text/numeric entry.
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ENTER: Click to enter a feature setting/GPS & POS setting and to save
changes. (Please refer to Chapter 7.7.9 RS-232 / 422 / 485 NOTE 2 for
detail information on GPS/POS setting)
Use
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to adjust the volume.
Click to switch between different screen layouts.
ee: Rewind feature.
f/ II: Click to play or pause the playback.
ff: Forward feature.
: Click to copy an image to an external storage device. Click again to
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stop copying.
„: Stop the playback.
fI : Click to skip to the next image.
PageÏÐ: Press to scroll up/down the log list.
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Reserve.
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4.4
Standalone DVR Utility Installation & Manual
4.4.1 Utility Installation
Insert the Installation CD into the CD-ROM.
Execute ‘’Autorun.exe’’. Next Click on ‘’Utility’’ button.
* AVI Converter can convert the backup file from Standalone into AVI file.
* Keyboard Ctrl Simulator can use to simulate a keyboard to control over Standalone
DVR.
* M4V to AVI Converter.
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4.4.2 Manual
Click on ’’Manual’’ button.
Click on ‘’English Version‘’ (or ‘’Spanish Version’’) button to view English (or Spanish)
Manual.
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4.5
Basic Connections
Please refer to the following diagram for the connections.
Please make sure to set the NTSC/PAL Selector Switch on the back panel according to the
local TV system for the digital video/audio recorder to work correctly.
„
Cameras
Connect the camera video input connectors to the video outputs from system cameras or
other composite video sources via coaxial cables.
„
Main monitor
Connect the main monitor output connector (BNC or optional S-video) to a surveillance TV
monitor. The TV monitor displays selected live or recorded cameras in any available split
window format.
„
Audio inputs
Connect the audio input connectors to the audio line-outs from system cameras or other audio
sources. Please make sure to associate the audio inputs with the cameras in Camera Setup as
described in Section 7.7.2 Camera accordingly.
„
Audio output
Connect the audio output connector to the audio line-in from speakers.
„
Alarm inputs
Connect the alarm inputs to NC and/or NO type of alarm signals. Please make sure to setup the
alarm configurations in Alarm Setup as described in Section 7.7.3 Alarm accordingly.
„
Alarm outputs
Connect the alarm outputs 1-2 to NC type of alarm signals, alarm outputs 3-4 to NO type of alarm
signals.
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Hard disk drive(s) / DVD Writer
Make sure to install at least one SATA hard disk drive (Max. storage size 2TB/HDD) inside
the DVR. The steps are as below:
1. Power off the machine, and then use a screwdriver to uncover it.
2. Use a screwdriver to fix the SATA HDDs (and internal DVD writer), and connect the
cables as shown.
3. Cover the machine.
Note: Each of the HDDs must be formatted before it can be used to record video/audio.
Please refer to Section 7.7.6.1 HDD Format/Clear to format the HDDs.
„
Power
Connect DC 12V power source to DC 12V Input.
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4.6
Optional Connections
„
Ethernet
Connect the Ethernet connector to a standard twisted-pair Ethernet cable for remote access via LAN
or internet. Please make sure to setup the related configurations as described in Section 7.7.10
Network Setup.
„
USB 2.0 disk drives, DVD+RW, card reader, etc.
If the user wants to use USB2.0 peripheral device to retrieve important recorded images and/or
audio, please connect it to the USB port connectors (one on the front panel, the other on the back
panel).
„
Call monitor
Connect the call monitor output connector to a surveillance TV monitor. This monitor displays the
full screen images of the cameras associated with the events (alarm or motion) or the images from
the installed cameras sequentially according to the SEQ Display Setup (Section 7.7.4 SEQ Display
Setup) for call monitor.
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„ PTZ Cameras
Connect the RS-232 connector or the RS-485 connector to PTZ camera(s) via the appropriate cable.
The system supports a variety of different PTZ cameras, including Pelco D protocol Dome,
SamSung SCC-641P, Kalatel Cyber Dome, Bosch AutoDome, etc. But different PTZ cameras can
coexist in a system only if they support the same protocol. Please make sure to set the PTZ ID of
the camera(s), and setup the camera (Section 7.7.1 Pre-Camera), and RS-485 (Section 7.7.9
RS-232/422/485) accordingly.
Please also make sure to set the RS-485 Selector Switch if you are
using the RS-485 port.
(Please refer to Chap 8. PTZ Control for detail information)
„
eSATA Hard Disk
Connect the eSATA connector to an eSATA hard disk for HDD extension.
„
GPS modem
Connect the RS-232 connector to GPS modem via the appropriate cable. The system supports the
GPS modems with NMEA0183 protocol. Please make sure to setup the RS-232 port (Section
7.7.9 RS-232/422/485) accordingly.
„
POS system
Connect the RS-232 connector to POS system via the appropriate cable.
The system supports the
POS systems which can be connected to the following printers – Epson-TM200, Epson-TMU295,
Epson-TMU300, Epson-TMU675, Epson-TMT882, Epson-RPU420, and Epson-MD332S.
make sure to setup the RS-232 port (Section 7.7.9 RS-232/422/485) accordingly.
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*Please refer to Section 13 POS Connection for detail.
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Basic Operation
5.1
Text Input
Press ▲▼◄► to highlight the text to be edited then press Enter to call up the alpha-numeric
text pad.
1
2
3
7
Name
8
4
5
9
A
6
B
C
Description
1
1
Press to enter the available number.
2
3
Press to enter the available number and letter shown on the screen.
3
*/Mark
4
►
Press to enter the available number and letters shown on the screen.
5
„
Press to enter the available number and letters shown on the screen.
6
CALL
Press to enter the available number and letters shown on the screen.
Press to bring up a list of punctuation and special symbols.
NOTE: Call monitor button is not functional during text/numeric entry.
7
2
Press to enter the available number and letters shown on the screen.
8
4
Press to enter the available number and letters shown on the screen.
9
#
Press to enter the code for the selected foreign languages.
A
MUTE
Press to enter the available number and letters shown on the screen.
NOTE: Mute button is not functional during text/numeric entry.
B
X2
Press to enter the available number and letters shown on the screen.
NOTE: Zoom button is not functional during text/numeric entry.
C
SEQ
Press to enter number.
NOTE: Sequence mode is not functional during text/numeric entry.
Attention:
For text and numeric entry using the controller, press directly from the
alpha-numeric buttons.
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5.2
Basic Operations
The basic user’s operations after he/she has logged into the system are described below:
„
Numeric (Mouse:
)
Press these buttons to switch to the full-window display for the camera. If the camera
already exists in the other window, the focus window will exchange with that window for
the cameras.
„
Alarm Reset (Mouse:
)
Press this button to cancel alarm activation, i.e. reset the alarm outputs and silence the
buzzer.
„
MODE (Mouse:
) (Operate by Administrator/Supervisor)
In split-window display, press this button to change circularly the live/playback mode for
the focus window and the other windows that form a rectangle on the screen.
„
SEQ (Mouse:
)
Press this button to switch to or return from SEQ display mode. In SEQ display mode,
each page in the sequence will be shown for the preset page dwelling time sequentially,
and SEQ icon will be shown on the lower-right corner of the screen.
„
SEARCH (Mouse:
) (Operate by Administrator/Supervisor)
In split-window display, press this button (or
) to display the search menus. The
system will remember the last one the user chose.
„
REC (Mouse:
)
Press this button to force manual recording. To stop manual recording, press it again.
All cameras will be recorded as if the scheduled record is A/V, and REC icon will be shown
on the lower-right corner of the screen if manual recording is ON.
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„
MENU (Mouse:
)
In split-window display, press this button to display the versatile menu.
„
)
PTZ (Mouse:
In split-window display, press this button to enter PTZ control mode if the focus camera is
a PTZ camera.
„
X2 (Mouse:
)
In full screen display, press this button to enter Digital Zoom mode. Please refer to
Chapter 5.3 Digital Zoom for the detailed operations in Digital Zoom mode.
„
▲▼◄►
Press these buttons to move focus. The title of the camera for the focus window is
highlighted as shown on the screen.
„
MUTE (Mouse:
)
Press this button to mute/not mute the audio.
(Mouse:
„
)
Press these buttons to circulate up/down among the available split-window displays.
„
#
Press this button for page down in multi-split-window displays.
„
Peripherals (Mouse:
)
Press this button to display the GPS data if there’s GPS data fed to the DVR. Please
select the Type, Position, Background, Rows, and number of Characters on the screen,
and then press ENTER to display the GPS data, or ESC to cancel. For software V6.13 or
above, the user may enable/disable OSD display for certain fields in main screen. In GPS
display, press ▲▼ for page up/down, press ENTER to close it, or press
MENU/SEARCH/.. to call up the corresponding display as if there’s no GPS display.
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5.3
Digital Zoom
The system supports X2/X4 Digital Zoom function. To use this function, press X2 button
(Mouse:
) in full screen display to enter Digital Zoom mode. There will be a zoom
window shown in the video window as shown. The zoom window (a) will always be shown
at zoom factor X1, (b) can be shown or hidden at zoom factor X2, and (c) will never be shown
at zoom factor X4. The operations in Digital Zoom mode are as below:
„
▲▼◄► (Mouse: Click in the video window)
Press these buttons to
(a) move the zoom window if it’s shown in the video window, or
(b) navigate the video window around if the zoom factor is X2 or X4.
„
ENTER (Mouse: Click in the video window)
Press this button to zoom in the zoom window, from X1 to X2 or from X2 to X4, if the
zoom window is shown in the video window.
„
X2 (Mouse:
)
Press this button to
(a) show/hide the zoom window if the current zoom factor is X1/X2, or
(b) zoom out the video window back to zoom factor X1 if the current zoom factor is X4.
„
ESC (Mouse:
)
Press this button to escape from Digital Zoom mode, and return to normal full screen
display. The video window will always return to zoom factor X1.
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Main Screen
1
2
4
3
5
6
Name
Description
1
Video Screen
Display live/playback video.
2
Camera ID
Shows ID number of the camera.
3
Time / Date
Shows the current recording time and date.
4
Audio
When audio is turned on, audio icon will be displayed on the screen.
5
Alarm recording
Shows the percentage of alarm triggered recording.
percentage
6
Normal recording
Shows the percentage of normal recording.
percentage
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Menu
Press menu (Mouse:
) to bring up a list of function setting menu.
There are a variety of displays under Menu display. Please refer to chart as below:
( Please refer to Chapter 7.1 Login / Logout for Login/Logout display )
„
▲▼◄►
Press these buttons to change the highlighted item.
„
ENTER
Press this button to enter the detailed display of the highlighted option. For the
details of each option, please refer to the following sections.
Name
Description
1
Press to login/logout of the system.
Login/Logout
2
Allow user to view the overall status of the system.
Status
3
There are a maximum of 4 live audio inputs. User can
choose to enable or disable the audio feature and adjust
Volume Adjustment
4
the audio volume.
User can adjust the color, hue, saturation, contrast of
Video Adjustment
the video image.
User can adjust the image output quality in terms of
5
VGA Display
6
resolution, brightness, contrast, hue and saturation.
This window allows user to view the connection status of
Backup Device
7
the backup device and to initiate data backup.
System features settings.
Setup
(Please refer to section 7.7 for detail information)
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8
This feature allows user to upgrade the software directly
from the external devices such as DVD and USB flash
Software Upgrade
9
drive.
Allows users to shutdown the system to prevent data
Shutdown
10
loss.
Press this button to escape from Menu display, and
ESC
return to split-window display.
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7.1
Login / Logout
In Menu display, press ▲▼ to change the highlighted option to Login / Logout,
and then press ENTER (Mouse: Click in the menu item) to call up Login /
Logout display as shown below.
Click on the Login/Logout page to login the system and unlock the setting for
changes.
1
2
3
4
„
▲▼
Press these buttons to select the items.
„
ESC (Mouse:
)
Press this button to exit without making changes.
1
Name
Description
Login Name
Please refer to chapter 5.1 Text Input for text/numeric entry.
Note: The default login name is aa.
2
Password
Please refer to chapter 5.1 Text Input for text/numeric entry.
Note: The default password is 11.
3
Login
Click to login into the system.
Note: The control buttons will be unlocked after system login.
4
Logout
Click to logout of the system.
Note: The control buttons will be locked after system logout.
NOTE:
Administrator can set access authorities, edit and assign usernames and passwords to
different users. Please refer to Chapter 7.7.7 Password for detail setup.
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7.2 Status
In Menu display, press ▲▼ to change the highlighted option to Status, and then
press ENTER to call up Status display as shown below.
This page will display the status of the system in terms of alarm and normal record
size, camera status, hardware and software version.
1
2
3
4
5
7
6
„
▲▼◄►
Press these buttons to select the items.
„
ESC
Press this button to escape from this screen, and return to MENU display.
1
Name
Description
Alarm record size &
- It shows the size of data in Gigabytes (GB) for alarm
record percentage
recording mode.
- It shows the size of data (%) for alarm recording mode.
2
3
Normal record size &
- It shows the size of data (GB) for normal recording mode.
record percentage
- It shows the size of data (%) for normal recording mode.
Cameras
Motion
A white box for a specific camera appears upon motion trigger.
Camera
A white box for a specific camera appears when the video
video loss
connection is lost.
4
Alarm input
A white box appears when an alarm triggered event occurs.
5
Serial Number
Use serial number to log into the system when both login
name and password are forgotten.
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Note: The serial number can only be used once. Please contact the
supplier for a new serial number.
6
Hardware version
This is the hardware version information.
7
Software version
This is the software version information.
NOTE: If you forget Login Account and Password of SH330/530, please email us
with the data of framed area 5,6,7 (Serial Number, Hardware & Software version). We
will support the solution for you.
7.3
Volume
In Menu display, press ▲▼ to change the highlighted option to Volume, and then
press ENTER to call up Volume display as shown below.
This feature allows user to setup the volume for each audio input up to a maximal of
4 audio inputs for recording purpose as well as the volume of the video during
playback.
1
„
2
3
▲▼◄►
Press these buttons to select the items.
„
ESC
Press this button to escape from this screen, and return to MENU display. If
the contents have been modified, a Save dialog will be shown to ask the user
to save the changes, press ENTER to exit and save, ESC to exit without
saving.
1
Name
Description
Audio
This column shows the list of all the available audio feeds.
Press ▲▼ to access the audio input that is to be setup.
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2
Mute
to
to mute the selected audio channel. Press ENTER or
check(3) / uncheck (-) this item.
3
7.4
Volume
to adjust the volume.
Press
Video Adjustment
In Menu display, press ▲▼ to change the highlighted option to Video Adjustment,
and then press ENTER to call up Video Adjustment display as shown below.
This setting allows user to adjust the quality of the video.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
▲▼ Press these buttons to select the items.
Name
Description
1
Brightness
Press
to adjust the Brightness.
2
Contrast
Press
to adjust the Contrast.
3
Hue
Press
to adjust the Hue.
4
Saturation
Press
to adjust the Saturation.
5
Numeric Button
Press the numeric buttons 1~4 to view the image of the
respected camera.
)
(Mouse:
Click to apply the default video setting either to this
6
SEQ (Mouse:
)
camera or to all cameras.
/CALL
Click to restore the video setting to its previously saved
7
)
MODE (Mouse:
setting.
Click this button to escape from this screen, and return
8
ESC (Mouse:
)
to MENU display.
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7.5 VGA Display
In Menu display, press ▲▼ to change the highlighted option to VGA Display, and
then press ENTER to call up VGA Display dialog as shown below.
This section explains how to adjust the Resolution, Brightness, Contrast, Hue and
Saturation of VGA display quality.
1
2
3
4
5
6
▲▼ (Mouse: Click in the respective item)
„
Press these buttons to select the items.
ESC
„
Press this button to escape from this screen, and return to previous display.
If the contents have been modified, a Save dialog will be shown to ask the user
to save the changes, press ENTER to exit and save, ESC to exit without saving.
Name
Description
1
Resolution
Press
to adjust the Resolution.
2
Brightness
Press
to adjust the Brightness.
3
Contrast
Press
to adjust the Contrast.
4
Hue
Press
to adjust the Hue.
5
Saturation
Press
to adjust the Saturation.
6
MODE (Mouse: Left
Click to restore the default setting.
click)
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7.6 Backup Device
In Menu display, press ▲▼ to change the highlighted option to Backup Device,
and then press ENTER to call up Backup Device display as shown below.
This window allows user to view the connection status of the backup device and to
initiate data backup.
1
2
3
4
5
▲▼◄►
„
Press these buttons to select the items.
ESC
„
Press this button to escape from this screen, and return to MENU display.
1
Name
Description
Devices
Display a list of supported storage devices.
NOTE: USB CD-RW is not supported by this standalone DVR system.
2
Status
Display the connection status of external storage device.
Connect/Disconnect–If the specific backup device is disconnected
(as shown in Current Status), please plug the USB device in one of
the USB ports of the system and/or insert a DVD for DVD device, and
then press ENTER (Mouse: Left click) to command the system to
connect with the device. If the specific device is already connected
(EX. Read/write, as shown in Current Status), please press ENTER
(Mouse: Left click) to command the system software to disconnect
with the device, and then unplug the backup device from the backup
port.
NOTE: IF you unplug USB Mouse while DVR is on, the USB Mouse
would not work even if you plug in the USB mouse again. Please
reboot Standalone DVR with USB mouse plug in. Access to BACK
Device operation, press ENTER to command the system to connect
with the device.
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3
Configuration
Click Backup (Mouse: Left click) to store the data files to an
external storage device.
For software V6.13 or above, you may
specify the directory to backup the configurations to.
Click Restore (Mouse: Left click) to restore the data files from the
external device to the local system. For software V6.13 or above,
you may specify the directory to restore the configurations
from.
4
MODE
Eject the tray and disconnect. (for Internal DVD only)
5
SEQ
Load the tray and connect. (for Internal DVD only)
7.6.1 Backup Setting
Click on CALL / COPY ( ) to access the Backup setting.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
„
▲▼◄►
Press these buttons to select the items.
1
Name
Description
Backup Device
The backup device connected to the system. Press
ENTER on the left button to call up Backup Device
dialog if there’s no backup device connected. Press
+/- buttons on the right selection to select the
connected device for the backup. Please follow the
steps described in Chapter 7.6 Backup Device to
connect the backup device before copying.
2
Backup Speed
Click
to adjust the backup process speed.
(1-9, with 1 the lowest speed, 9 the highest speed.)
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Directory
The directory in the backup device to store the
archived files.
Please follow the Text Input method
described in Chapter 5.1 Text Input to input the
directory.
4
Cameras
The video/audio of the cameras to be archived.
Press ENTER or +/- to select/deselect each of the
selectable cameras. If the camera with GPS data
is selected, the GPS data will be saved with the
camera video in the same file. The user may
save GPS data only (without saving camera video)
by selecting GPS.
5
GPS File Format
for the backup of GPS data only.
formats are TXT and KML. Click
The supported
to set the GPS
file format to be saved.
6
End Time
(Year, Month, Date, Hour, Minute) for the recorded
video/audio for the backup without playback of Search
By Time. The files will be backup from the start time
to the end time when the user press the COPY button
to start copying.
Click
to set the backup end time
in terms of year, month, date, hour and minute.
Note: Please go to search by Time setting to set the
start time.
7
COPY
Press this button to start backup (copy) or apply the
revised settings if it’s copying, and return to the
previous display.
There will be a Copy icon on the
lower-right corner indicating that the selected
video/audio is being archived to the storage device.
For DVD disc, the files won’t be written to the disc
until the storage size reaches 1 GB or the user stop
copying. Writing to the disc may take more than 1
minute for every 100 MB (depending on the disc
type).
Note: For internal DVD, please open the
front door in order not to block the tray from
ejecting, esp. while it’s in backup process.
Blocking the tray from ejecting may damage the
DVD writer.
8
STOP
Click to stop the backup process.
9
ESC
Click to exit the backup setting, and return to
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previous display.
Except the playback buttons, the user can still do all the other operations in split-window
display as if there is no playback. Please refer to Chapter 5.2 Basic Operations for the
operations of the other buttons.
Attention 1: To view the backup data playback, please access the IE interface of the
to locate the data file.
system and press
Attention 2: Please refer to Standalone DVR Hardware Accessory Support List.
„
USB 2.0 Device Support
USB 2.0 Storage Devices (Pen Drive)–USB-Storage Enclosures 5.25” –
Macpower’s Alumni Prefect USB 2.0 - PF-U2MS.
USB-Disk Storage –
Transcend’s JetFlash 150/V60 Series,
Apacer’s Handy Steno AH220,
Pretec’s i-Disk Wave 512M-Black
Kingston’s DataTraveler USB Flash Driver(DTI/512FE)
SanDisk’s Cruzer micro USB Flash Driver
Sony’s MICRO VAULT Classic Series
„
2.5'' SATA H.D.D. External Enclosure
WEIKENG's W-Box 2.5'' External Enclosure
ETINGO's External 2.5'' HARD Drive Enclosure
NOTE: H.D.D. have to format to be FAT32 type.
„
USB MOUSE Support
MICROSOFT
AMICE(AF-205)
ACROX
WINTEK(WSS60)
DETROIS(CM-318)
„
DVD Writer Support
Asus’s DRW-1608P Series,
Pioneer’s DVR-A11, DVR-X152 Series
BenQ’s EW200G Series
LITEON’s LightScribe DVD Writer SHM-165H6S, 20X DVD Writer
DX-20A4P
Sony’s DVD/CD Rewritable Drive Model DRX-810UL Series
NEC’s DVD/CD Rewritable Drive Model ND-4550A Series
HP’s dvd9404e External 18X Super Multi DVD Writer Series
LG / GE20LU10
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DVD Disc Support
Some DVD Discs Tested – Only single-side, single-layer disc is supported
Infomedia’s DVD+R 16X
Mitsubishi’s DVD+RW 1-4X
Philips’s DVD+RW 1-4X
Ritek’s DVD-R 8X
Ritek’s DVD+RW 1-4X
Verbatim’s DVD+RW 1-4X
Note: The format of the GPS filename is YYYYMMDD-hhmmss.txt (or .kml), where
YYYY stands for year, MM month, DD date, hh hour, mm minute, and ss second.
file can be displayed in the archived file list, but cannot be played.
GPS
Please use GPS
applications such as Google Earth, PaPaGO, etc. to read/convert its contents.
Note : For each camera and each backup, a batch file will be generated as well as the
backup files.
A directory “/SelfPlayer” will also be generated if it’s not existing in the
backup storage device.
The user can use the batch file to self-playback the
corresponding backup files in a PC.
If the PC has not been installed with the required
player components, those components will be installed by running the batch file
except
Windows
Vista.
For
Windows
Vista,
please
run
/SelfPlayer/SelfPlayerInstall.exe manually to install the required player components.
To copy self-playback files, please copy the batch file and the backup files to the
destination directory, and copy the whole directory “/SelfPlayer” to the root directory
of the destination device.
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7.7
Setup
In Menu display, press ▲▼ to change the highlighted option to Setup, and then
press ENTER (Mouse: Left click) to call up Setup display as shown below.
(To enter Setup Menu display of the system, please login as Administrator first.)
▲▼
„
Press these buttons to select the items.
ENTER
„
Press this button to enter the setup of the highlighted option. For the details of each
option, please refer to the following sections.
ESC
„
Press this button to escape from this screen, and return to MENU display.
Name
Description
1
Pre-Camera
2
Camera
3
Alarm
4
SEQ Display
5
Schedule Record
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6
HDD
7
Password
8
System
9
RS-232 / 422 / 485
10
Network
11
Factory Default
12
ESC
If the user wants to reset all the settings to factory default values, he/she may
press ▲▼◄► to change the highlighted option to Factory Defaults, and then press
ENTER. A confirmation dialog will be shown, press ENTER again to make the
changes, ESC to not do it.
7.7.1 Pre-Camera
In Setup display, press ▲▼ to change the highlighted option to Pre-Camera,
and then press ENTER (Mouse: Left click) to call up Pre-Camera display as
shown below.
There are up to 16, 9, or 4 cameras which can be connected to the system.
This section shows how to change the recording Resolution, Setup the
number of camera installed and assigning PTZ Speed Dome ID.
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1
2
3
4
5
6
▲▼◄►
„
Press these buttons to select the items.
Numeric (Mouse:
„
)
Press these buttons to select the camera.
ESC
„
Press this button to escape from this screen, and return to previous
display.
1
Name
Description
REC Resolution
Press
to adjust the recording resolution to 360x240,
720x480 or 720x240.
2
Watermark
to record with digital watermark or not.
If yes, all the
recorded images for all the cameras will have digital
watermark embedded. Press ENTER or
(Mouse: Left
click) to check/uncheck this item. The default setting is “3” checked.
3
Camera
This shows the number of supported camera of the system.
4
Installed
whether this camera is installed or not. If installed, the
following items will be settable.
Press ENTER or
(Mouse: Left click) to check/uncheck this item. The
default setting is “3” - checked.
5
PTZ ID
Press
6
Group
This column allows user to assign each camera into
to assign each PTZ an ID.
different surveillance groups.
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7.7.2 Camera
In Setup display, press ▲▼ to change the highlighted option to Camera,
and then press ENTER (Mouse: Left click) to call up Camera Setup display
as shown below.
This is to enable user to configure the camera setting and to set up the video
loss trigger, motion detection, recording quality and recording rate.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
„
▲▼◄► (Mouse: Left click)
Press these buttons to select the items.
„
Numeric (Mouse:
)
Press these buttons to select the camera.
„
COPY ( )
Press this button to copy all the settings - excluding detailed Motion
settings, Video Loss settings, Title/Audio - of the focus camera to all the
following cameras. (EX. focus camera is 5, its settings will be copied to
those of cameras 6-16.)
„
ESC
Press this button to escape from this screen, and return to previous
display.
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Name
Description
1
Camera
The number corresponds to the camera supported.
2
Title
User can assign a title to different camera for identification
purpose. (Please refer to chapter 5.1 Text Input on text/numeric entry)
3
Video Loss
A warning can be triggered to alert the administrator during video
(Settings..)
loss. Press ENTER (Mouse: Left click) in Settings.. to call up
Video Loss Setup display for the camera. Please refer to section
7.7.2.1 on video loss for detail configuration
4
Motion Detection
whether the motion detection of this camera is enabled or not.
(Note : this field has no effect for the Smart Search information.)
Press ENTER or
to check (3) or uncheck (-) this item. The
default setting is “ˇ” - checked.
5
Motion
Used to setup the motion settings, used for Motion Detection or
(Settings..)
Smart Search, for this camera. Press ENTER (Mouse: Left
click) in Settings.. to call up Motion Setup display for the camera.
Please note that if the Motion Detection is disabled, the default
factory motion settings should work fine for Smart Search.
Please refer to section 7.7.2.2 on motion setting for detail
information)
6
Covert
covert or not. If the camera is covert, the video of this camera can
only be seen if the user has logged in as Administrator. Press
ENTER or
(Mouse: Left click) to check(3) or uncheck (-) this
item. NOTE: When covert is activated, only administrator/supervisor
level users can view the live video of the respected camera.
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8
Call By Event
This feature will cause a specified channel to display upon a
(Call Monitor)
specific event trigger.
Dwell Time
User may adjust the value to determine the display time of the call
monitor.
9
Audio
The audio setting allows user to turn on/off the sound recording
option.
10
Record Quality
Press
11
Event Record IPS
Press
12
Pre-Record IPS
Press
to adjust the pre-recording rate (IPS).
13
Normal Record IPS
Press
to adjust the normal recording rate (IPS).
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to adjust the recording quality from 1 (low) to 9 (highest).
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7.7.2.1 Video Loss Setting
In Setup display, press ▲▼ to change the highlighted option to Video
Loss Settings.. , and then press ENTER to call up Video Loss Setup
display as shown below.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
„
▲▼ (Mouse: Left click)
Press these buttons to select the items.
„ Numeric (Mouse:
)
Press these buttons to select the camera.
„
COPY ( )
Press this button to copy the Video Loss settings of the focus camera
to all the following cameras. (EX. focus camera is 5, its Video Loss
settings will be copied to those of cameras 6-16.)
„
ESC
Press this button to escape from this screen, and return to previous
display.
Name
1
Duration
Description
Press
to adjust the length of warning period upon video loss
trigger.
2
Camera to go
the camera to go to the preset position in next field after video loss is
detected for this camera.
“Camera to go” camera must be a PTZ
camera.
3
Goto Preset
to define the preset position to go to for the “Camera to go” Camera in
last field if video loss is detected for this camera. For more details
about preset locations, please refer to Chapter 8 PTZ Control.
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4
Pre-record
Press
to adjust the transition period before initiating the
recording prior to motion detection.
5
Alarm Out
Click
6
Buzzer
Press Enter or
to select the video loss triggered alarm output.
(Mouse: Left click) to check (3) or uncheck
(-) this item. To activate the buzzer warning that will be triggered
upon video loss.
7
Log
Press Enter to adjust (Enable:3 / Disable:-).
When enabled, the system will record all video loss history.
8
Screen Message
Press Enter to adjust (Enable:3 / Disable:-).
Choose to enable/disable event message being displayed on the
screen.
9
Email
to check (3) or uncheck (-) this item.
Press Enter or
When check (3), this feature will trigger text or figure files be sent
to email when video loss is detected.
10
FTP
to check (3) or uncheck (-) this item.
Press Enter or
When check (3), this feature will trigger video files be sent to the
FTP server upon video loss detection.
7.7.2.2 Motion Setting
In Setup display, press ▲▼ to change the highlighted option to Motion
Settings.. , and then press ENTER to call up Motion Setup display as
shown below.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
„
▲▼ (Mouse: Left click)
Press these buttons to select the items.
„
Numeric (Mouse:
)
Press these buttons to select the camera.
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COPY ( )
„
Press this button to copy the Video Loss settings of the focus camera to
all the following cameras.
(EX. focus camera is 5, its Video Loss
settings will be copied to those of cameras 6-16.)
ESC
„
Press this button to escape from this screen, and return to previous
display.
1
Name
Description
Duration
Press
to adjust the length of warning period upon motion
trigger.
2
Goto Preset
User can set the monitor to display the defined preset camera
image upon detecting a motion, please refer to Chapter 8 PTZ
Control.
3
Pre-Record
Press
to adjust the transition period before initiating the
recording prior to motion detection.
4
Post-record
Press
to adjust the transition period before initiating the
recording after motion detection.
5
Alarm Out
Press
6
Detection
This setting allows user to define the area for motion to be
(Settings..)
detected. Used to setup the motion detection settings, including
to select the motion triggered alarm output.
detection area and sensitivity, when motion is detected for this
camera. Please note that the detection area and sensitivity are
also used for the Smart Search information.
There won’t be any
Smart Search information stored outside the detection area.
So, it’s better to enable the whole area if the motion detection for
the camera is disabled (and only Smart Search is used). Press
ENTER in Settings.. to call up Motion Detection Setup (as shown)
for this camera. (Please refer to NOTE Detection Setting for detail
configuration)
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Buzzer
Press Enter or
(Mouse: Left click) to check (3) or uncheck
(-) this item. When checked, to activate the buzzer warning that
will be triggered upon motion detection.
8
Log
Press Enter or
to check (3) or uncheck (-) this item.
When checked, the system will record all video loss history.
9
Email
Press Enter or
to check (3) or uncheck (-) this item.
When checked, enable this feature will trigger text or figure files
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be sent to email when motion is detected.
A
FTP
Press Enter or
to check (3) or uncheck (-) this item.
When checked, enable this feature will trigger video files be sent
to the FTP server upon motion detection.
B
Screen Message
To display the event message on the screen or not.
Press Enter or
to check (3) or uncheck (-) this item. The
default setting is “ˇ” - checked.
NOTE Detection Setting
Press Menu > Setup > Camera > Motion Setting > Detection Settings
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2
3
4
5
6
7
Name
1
【 】
Description
Click to resize the motion detection area.
2
Enter
Press to set/reset the changes made.
3
ESC
Press to exit the setting.
4
MODE
Press to set/reset the whole area as the motion detection zone.
5
SEARCH
Press to test the motion detection feature.
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SEQ/CALL
Press to adjust the sensitivity of motion being detected.
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Sensitivity
This shows the sensitivity value.
7.7.3 Alarm
In Setup display, press ▲▼ to change the highlighted option to Alarm, and then
press ENTER to call up Alarm display as shown below.
This feature allows administrator to define the condition for the alarm to be
triggered.
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3
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5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
„
▲▼◄► (Mouse: Left click)
Press these buttons to select the items.
„
Numeric (Mouse:
)
Press these buttons to select the camera.
„
COPY ( )
Press this button to copy the Video Loss settings of the focus camera to
all the following cameras.
(EX. focus camera is 5, its Video Loss
settings will be copied to those of cameras 6-16.)
„
ESC
Press this button to escape from this screen, and return to previous
display.
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Name
Description
Normal State
Press
to adjust the status of the normal state to either open or
close.
NOTE: Please set the Normal State to N/A when there is no alarm
connected.
2
Focus Camera
Administrator can prioritize the camera that will respond to a
specified alarm input.
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3
Duration
to adjust the length of warning period when the alarm is
Press
triggered.
4
Goto Preset
User can set the monitor to display the defined preset camera
image upon an event trigger. Please refer to Chapter 8 PTZ Control.
5
Pre-record
Press
to adjust the transition period before initiating the
recording prior to event trigger.
6
Post-record
Press
to adjust the transition period before initiating the
recording after an event trigger.
7
Alarm out
Click
8
Buzzer
Press Enter or
to select the alarm output triggered by a specific event.
to check(3) / uncheck (-) this item.
To activate the buzzer warning due to an alarm trigger.
9
Log
Press Enter or
to check(3) / uncheck (-) this item.
When checked, the system will record all video loss history.
A
Screen Message
Press Enter or
to check(3) / uncheck (-) this item.
Choose enable (check:3) / disable(uncheck: -) event message
being displayed on the screen.
B
E-mail
Press Enter or
to check(3) / uncheck (-) this item.
Enable (check:3) this feature will trigger text or figure files be
sent to the email upon an event trigger.
C
FTP
Press Enter or
to check(3) / uncheck (-) this item.
Enable (check:3) this feature will trigger video files be sent to the
FTP server upon an event trigger.
NOTE:
User can press COPY ( ) to copy the setting of alarm 1 to all subsequent alarm settings.
7.7.4 SEQ Display Setup
In Setup display, press ▲▼ to change the highlighted option to SEQ Display, and
then press ENTER to call up SEQ Display Setup display as shown below.
This section explains how to set up the surveillance sequence order for both main
monitor and call monitor.
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„
2
3
▲▼◄► (Mouse: Left click)
Press these buttons to select the items.
„
ESC (Mouse:
)
Press this button to escape from this screen, and return to previous
display.
Name
Description
1
Total Pages
Press
to set the total of display channels for each screen.
2
Dwell Time
Press
to set the display time (3~60 seconds) of each camera for
each sequential rotation.
3
Page setting
- Use the numeric buttons (Mouse:
) to set the
sequence order of display cameras.
- Press
(Mouse:
) to view the camera that is set to the
page according to the sequence order.
7.7.5 Scheduled Record
In Setup display, press ▲▼ to change the highlighted option to Scheduled
Record, and then press ENTER to call up Scheduled Record Setup display
as shown below.
This setting is for user to define and adjust the recording schedule. The system
supports up to 16 different schedules with each T represents each schedule.
The recording schedules automatically apply to all cameras instead of
individual camera.
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„
2
3
4
▲▼◄► (Mouse: Left click)
Press these buttons to select the items.
„
COPY ( )
Press this button to copy the settings of the focus weekday to all the
following weekdays. (EX. focus weekday is TUE, its settings will be
copied to those of weekdays WED-SAT.)
„
ESC
Press this button to escape from this screen, and return to previous
display.
Name
1
Start Time
Description
Press
to set the recording start time.
NOTE: User can set up to a maximum of 16 different schedule segments. The beginning
of the new schedule segment represents the end of the previous schedule
segment. Thus, a warning dialog box will appear when two time schedule
segments overlap.
2
Alarm
Press
to set the recording criteria as audio (A), video (V) or both (A/V) when
the alarm is triggered. “OFF” is newly added for alarm detection OFF.
3
Motion
Press
to set the recording criteria as audio (A), video (V) or both (A/V) when
the motion is detected. “OFF” is newly added for alarm detection OFF.
4
Normal
Press
to set the recording criteria as audio (A), video (V) or both (A/V) under
normal recording circumstance.
NOTE: User can press COPY ( ) to copy the setting of alarm 1 to all subsequent alarm settings.
NOTE: In a time segment, if both Alarm and Motion are set to “OFF”, the audio/video will be
treated as Normal unless there’s Video Loss.
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7.7.6 HDD
In Setup display, press ▲▼ to change the highlighted option to HDD, and then
press ENTER to call up HDD Setup display as shown below.
In the surveillance applications, alarm video/audio is much more important than
normal video/audio. So, this digital video/audio recorder is designed to allow the
user to divide each HDD into alarm partition and normal partition. And, alarm
video/audio will be recorded in alarm partition, normal video/audio in normal
partition.
The HDD Setup allows the administrator to format/clear each HDD, set Alarm
Record size and Normal Record size of each HDD, and define the behaviors for
Alarm Record and Normal Record if it reaches the end of the last HDD in the
system.
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3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
„
▲▼◄► (Mouse: Left click)
Press these buttons to select the items.
„
ESC
Press this button to escape from this screen, and return to previous display.
If the Save dialog will be shown to ask the user to save the changes, press
ENTER to exit and save, ESC to exit without saving.
Name
Description
1
Alarm Record
This is the recording under alarm triggered condition.
2
Normal Record
This is the recording under normal circumstance.
3
Size (GB)
The total HDD storage in GB (Giga-Byte) for Alarm Record and Normal
Record respectively. This item is just for information. Please refer to
Chapter 7.6.6.1 HDD format and Clear for more detailed information and
setup of each individual HDD.
Please note that if the total alarm
record size is zero, the alarm video/audio will be recorded in
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normal record partition for software V6.13 or above.
4
Auto Overwrite
When auto overwrite is enabled(check:3), new data will automatically
replace old data under HDD space shortage condition. If Auto
Overwrite is disabled and the Alarm/Normal Record disk drive capacity
reaches the end, the system will not overwrite the recorded video/audio,
and hence not record Alarm/Normal video/audio, until the user presses
the Alarm Reset button. Press ENTER or +/- to check/uncheck this
item. The default setting is “ˇ” - checked.
5
HDD Full Action
Press ENTER or
to check(3) or uncheck (-) this item.
This feature enables the system to take appropriate actions when the
HDD capacity is short.
6
Duration
to adjust the length of warning period due to HDD capacity
Press
shortage.
7
Alarm Out
Click
to select the alarm output triggered due to HDD capacity
shortage.
8
Buzzer
Click Enter or
to check(3) or uncheck (-) this item.
To activate the buzzer warning that is triggered due to HDD capacity
shortage.
9
Log
Click Enter or
to check(3) or uncheck (-) this item.
When enabled(check: 3), the system will record all video loss history.
A
E-mail
Click Enter or
to check(3) or uncheck (-) this item.
Enable this feature will trigger text or figure files be sent to the email due
to HDD capacity shortage triggering.
B
C
Mode (Mouse:
Press this button to format/clear the HDDs as described in Section
Left click)
7.7.6.1.
SEQ (Mouse: Left
Press this button to enter Advanced HDD Setup as described in Section
click)
7.7.6.2.
Attention:
It is recommended that format every new HDD installed to clear all possible
old data.
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7.7.6.1 HDD format and Clear
In HDD Setup display, press MODE to call up HDD format and Clear display
as shown below.
Each of the HDDs must be formatted before it can be used to record
video/audio. The HDD Format/Clear screen allows the administrator to
format and/or clear each HDD, and set the size for Alarm Record
partition and Normal Record partition for each HDD. Please note that the
HDD IDs for the internal HDDs in the DVR start from ID 1, lower for IDE and
higher for SATA, and the HDDs in the farthest Hard Disk Box have the lowest
HDD ID next to internal HDDs.
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2
3
4
6
5
7
▲▼◄►
„
Press these buttons to select the items.
ESC
„
Press this button to escape from this screen, and return to HDD Setup
display. If the Save dialog is shown, press ENTER to exit and save, ESC to
exit without saving.
Name
1
Recording
Description
Alarm
HDD
the current HDD for alarm recording.
This item is just for information.
Normal
the current HDD for normal recording.
This item is just for information.
2
Size
This shows the total storage capacity in gigabyte.
3
Normal Record
This shows the partition size (%) that stores normal recording
data.
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4
Alarm Record
This shows the partition size (%) that stores alarm recording
data. Please follow the Text Input method described in
Chapter 5.1 Text Input to change the value.
Please note that
if the alarm record percentage for all HDDs is zero, the
alarm video/audio will be recorded in normal record
partition for software V6.13 or above.
5
Mode
Click to format the HDD.
Note: If the HDD has not been formatted yet, it will be
formatted and partitioned with default record size, 30% for
Alarm record and 70% for Normal record. If it has been
formatted before, it will be formatted according to the Alarm
REC Size (%) and Normal REC Size (%) displayed on the
screen, but the previously recorded contents within the new
size won’t be cleared and will be accessible.
6
SEQ
Click to clear the HDD.
Note: If the HDD has not been formatted yet, it will be
formatted and partitioned with default record size, 30% for
Alarm record and 70% for Normal record. If it has been
formatted (and recorded) before, it will be partitioned according
to the Alarm Record Size (%) and Normal Record Size (%)
displayed on the screen, and the previously recorded contents
will all be cleared.
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CALL
Press this button to physically format the selected HDD.
A
confirmation dialog will be shown on the screen, press ENTER
to confirm, or ESC to cancel.
Please note that the recording
will be always optimized for performance & lifetime no matter
it’s for the first time or for the one hundredth time. The
formatting would take less than 1 minute.
We strongly
recommend that the user use this physical format function to
format the HDD for the first time.
Note: The HDD will be physically formatted and partitioned
with default record size, 30% for Alarm record and 70% for
Normal record.
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7.7.6.2 Advanced HDD Setup
In HDD Setup display, press SEQ to call up Advanced HDD Setup display as
shown.
The HDD Failure Action in Advanced HDD Setup allows the administrator to
define how the system responds to the detected HDD failure, while the
Privacy settings allow the administrator to set the DVR to record for Limited
Period and the Retention Period of its HDD storage. For software V6.13 or
above, the HDD Failure Action will be triggered if there’s no available
formatted HDD detected. When alarm record partition full, store to
normal record partition (and treated as normal video).
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2
3
4
5
6
7
„
▲▼
Press these buttons to select the items.
„
ESC
Press this button to escape from this screen, and return to HDD Setup
display. If the Save dialog is shown, press ENTER to exit and save,
ESC to exit without saving.
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Name
Description
Duration
Response duration to define at most how long (in seconds) the
Alarm Out relay and the Buzzer will keep being triggered after
HDD failure is detected. Press
buttons to adjust the
value. (3 seconds - 60 minutes, discrete, ‘-‘ for ‘Forever’)
2
Alarm Out
To define which Alarm Output will be triggered when HDD
failure is detected. Press
buttons to select none (N/A) or
one of the Alarm Outputs (1-2).
3
Buzzer
To activate the internal Buzzer or not when HDD failure is
detected. Press ENTER or
to check/uncheck this item.
The default setting is “3” - checked.
4
Log
To log to event logs or not. Press ENTER or
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check/uncheck this item. The default setting is “3”- checked.
5
E-mail
To send the event e-mail to remote station or not. The e-mail
will be sent to the predefined receivers when the event is
triggered. Press ENTER or
to check/uncheck this item.
The default setting is “–” - unchecked.
6
Limited Period
Whether the HDD storage is for limited period or not. Press
ENTER or
to check/uncheck this item. The default setting
is “–” - No.
7
Retention Period
The retention period of the HDD storage if Limited Period is
(hour)
“3”. Please follow the Text Input method described in chapter
5.1 Text Input to modify this item.
If this item is set as 0, it will
be treated as No Limited Period.
7.7.7 Password
In Setup display, press ▲▼ to change the highlighted option to Password, and then
press ENTER to call up Password Setup display as shown below.
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2
3
4
„
▲▼◄►
Press these buttons to select the items.
„
ESC
Press this button to escape from this screen, and return to previous display.
If the Save dialog is shown, press ENTER to exit and save, ESC to exit without
saving.
The Password Setup allows the administrator to add new users, delete existing ones,
and/or modify the user’s name, password, and/or level.
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Name
Description
Login Name
Administrator can assign a login name for other users.
(Please refer to chapter 5.1 Text Input for text/numeric entry)
Note: The default login name for administrator is aa. The user can use
it to login the system for the first time.
2
Password
Administrator can assign a password for other users.
(Please refer to chapter 5.1 Text Input for text/numeric entry)
Note: The default password for administrator is 11. The user can use
it to login the system for the first time.
3
Level
Administrator can set different level of access authority to users.
There are three levels of authority: Administrator(highest), supervisor
and operator(lowest). The Operator can operate live video display,
the Supervisor live video display, image playback and archive, and
the Administrator everything.
The system allows up to 18 user
accounts.
4
MODE
Press this button to select this user as the default one at login, or
deselect if this user is the default login user. An asterisk (*) will be
shown preceding the number for the default login user. And this
login name/password will be the default one each time the login
dialog is shown, so the user doesn’t bother to enter the text to login
the system.
7.7.8 System Setup
In Setup display, press ▲▼ to change the highlighted option to System, and then
press ENTER to call up System Setup display as shown below.
System setup enables user to properly configure the time, system language and
display format of the system.
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2
3
4
„
▲▼◄►
Press these buttons to select the items.
„
ESC
Press this button to escape from this screen, and return to Setup Menu
display. If the Save dialog is shown, press ENTER to exit and save, ESC to
exit without saving. Please note that if the selected language is changed,
the user will be asked to reboot the system for the newly selected
language to take effect.
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Name
Description
Time Zone
This allows administrator to set the time zone of their
country.
(Please refer to Appendix A-Time Zone for time zone
reference.)
Daylight Saving Time
The system will display the appropriate daylight saving
time according to the time zone selected.
2
3
System Time
Language
Synchronization
Click to synchronize the system time with the TSP
Time
server time.
TSP Server
Type in the TSP server address.
Date
Press
to adjust the date.
Time
Press
to adjust the time.
Display Format
Press
to modify the date/time display format.
Press
to apply the appropriate language setting.
The system supports up to 14 languages: Spanish,
English, Polish, Russian, Turkish, Korean, Italian,
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French, Greek, Japanese, Portuguese, Simplified &
Traditional Chinese, Thai (For software V6.13 or
above ).
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Protection Key
This function is currently inapplicable.
7.7.9 RS-232 / 422 / 485
In Setup display, press ▲▼ to change the highlighted option to RS-232/422/485,
and then press ENTER to call up RS-232/422/485 Setup as shown.
User needs to configure this setting for the external hardware such as PTZ speed
dome, POS, GPS and DVR keyboard to function properly.
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
▲▼◄►
„
Press these buttons to select the items.
ESC
„
Press this button to escape from this screen, and return to Setup Menu display.
If the Save dialog is shown, press ENTER to exit and save, ESC to exit without
saving.
1
Name
Description
Device Type
Keyboard, GPS, POS, PTZ+Keyboard or N/A (Not Available).
to select the appropriate device. Please note that
Press
PTZ can only be selected for either RS-232 or RS-422/485,
but not both.
2
Model
to select the appropriate model for the device.
Press
(Please refer to NOTE 1.)
3
Baud Rate
Press
to set the baud rate.
4
Data Bit
Press
to set the data bit.
5
Stop Bit
Press
to set the stop bit.
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Parity
Press
to set the parity.
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DVR/Camera ID
Press
to assign the DVR/Camera an ID.
(Please refer to NOTE 2.)
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MODE
Click Mode to enter the optional RS-232 setting.
NOTE 1
Model – PTZ model (for PTZ and PTZ+Keyboard), Keyboard model, GPS protocol, or POS
printer type of the connected devices. The PTZ models supported include Pelco D
protocol Dome, SamSung SCC-641P, Kalatel Cyber Dome, PIH-series, Dynacolor,
Bosch AutoDome, Video Trek, etc. The POS printer types supported include Epson
General (EX. Epson-TM200, Epson-TMU300, Epson-TMU675, Epson-TMT882,
Epson-RPU420, and Epson-MD332S) and Epson-TMU295.
Press
buttons to change
the supported model (or protocol). Please note that if PTZ+Keyboard is selected for
Device Type, the Keyboard model is always Control Protocol, and the other settings
(Baud Rate, Data Bit, Stop Bit, and Parity) are the same as the PTZ Model selected.
Please also note that the installer must be sure that the Keyboard Control Protocol
and the PTZ Protocol won’t conflict with each other.
DVR/Camera ID – for PTZ/Keyboard => the device ID for this digital video/audio recorder,
and it must not conflict with the other devices connected in the same control port.; for
GPS/POS => the Camera ID to receive the GPS/POS data, “Multiple” for POS means
multiple POS connected and camera 1 for POS ID 1, camera 2 for POS ID 2, etc.
Please note that Multiple POS is added for RS-232 port only.
change the ID.
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NOTE 2 GPS / POS(option) Display Setting
Click Set/Enter to call up the GPS/POS setting.
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2
3
4
5
6
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Name
Description
1
Type
Click
to select either GPS or POS as the display type.
2
Position
Click
to adjust the position of the GPS/POS display window.
3
Background
Click
to select the background color of the display window.
4
Rows
Click
to set the height of the POS display window.
NOTE: This feature is only available for POS display.
5
Characters
Click
to set the width of the POS display window.
NOTE: This feature is only available for POS display
6
Enter
Click to save and exit the setting.
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ESC
Click to exit without saving the configuration.
NOTE:
User needs to configure RS-232/422/485 setting for GPS and POS to function properly.
(Please cross-reference to section 7.7.9 during setup)
※ Supported POS Devices:
Serial Epson-TM8811, TM200, TMU295, TMU300, TMU675, TMT882, RPU420,
MD332S Printers. Plain ASCII code.
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7.7.10 Network
In Setup display, press ▲▼ to change the highlighted option to Network , and then
press ENTER to call up Network Setup as shown.
The Network Setup allows the administrator to setup all Ethernet network related
parameters. Please check with your network administrator to set these parameters
correctly.
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2
3
4
4
5
6
7
▲▼◄►
„
Press these buttons to select the items.
ESC
„
Press this button to escape from this screen, and return to Setup Menu display.
If the Save dialog is shown, press ENTER to exit and save, ESC to exit without
saving.
1
Name
Description
Net Type
Press
to select the net type as static IP, PPPoE or DHCP.
DHCP can only be used for intranet (LAN) access,
while Static IP and PPPoE can be used for both
internet & intranet access.
2
Email
Press Enter to access the email setting.
(Please refer to 7.7.10.1)
3
FTP
Press Enter to access the FTP server setting.
(Please refer to 7.7.10.2)
4
Adv. ( Advanced Network Setup)
Press Enter to access the advanced network setup.
(Please refer to 7.7.10.3)
4
Static IP
IP Address
Press Enter to edit the IP address.
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IP address, please contact your local ISP (Internet
Service Provider).
(Please refer to Chapter 5.1 Text
Input for text/numeric entry)
Press Enter to edit the net mask. (Please refer to
Net Mask
Chapter 5.1 Text Input for text/numeric entry)
Press Enter to edit the gateway IP. (Please refer to
Gateway
Chapter 5.1 Text Input for text/numeric entry)
Press Enter to edit the DNS. (Please refer to Chapter
DNS
5.1 Text Input for text/numeric entry)
5
Username
Type in the username assigned.
(Please refer to Chapter 5.1 Text Input for text/numeric
entry)
NOTE: Username entry is only applicable to PPPoE
6
Password
Type in the password assigned.
(Please refer to Chapter 5.1 Text Input for text/numeric
entry)
NOTE: Password entry is only applicable to PPPoE
DDNS Type
Dynamic, Static, or Custom DDNS (Dynamic Domain
Name Server) type. Please contact your local DDNS
Service Provider to get the DDNS URL, username,
and password. Click
URL
to select the DDNS type.
Type in the URL address.
(Please refer to chapter 5.1 Text Input for text/numeric
entry)
NOTE: Password entry is only applicable to PPPoE
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PPPoE
DDNS Username
DDNS username for the system if PPPoE or Static IP
is used.
(Please refer to chapter 5.1 Text Input for text/numeric
entry)
NOTE: Password entry is only applicable to PPPoE
DDNS Password
DDNS username for the system if PPPoE or Static IP
is used.
(Please refer to chapter 5.1 Text Input for text/numeric
entry)
NOTE: Password entry is only applicable to PPPoE
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7.7.10.1 Email Setting
In Network Setup, press ENTER to call up E-mail Setup as shown when the
highlighted option is E-mail.
The E-mail Setup allows the administrator to set e-mail related parameters.
When an event occurs and E-mail is enabled for the corresponding action, an
e-mail will be sent based on the parameters set here.
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2
3
4
5
6
7
„
▲▼◄►
Press these buttons to select the items.
„
ESC
Press this button to escape from this screen, and return to Setup Menu
display. If the Save dialog is shown, press ENTER to exit and save,
ESC to exit without saving.
1
Name
Description
SMTP Server
Type in the SMTP server address.
(Please refer to chapter 5.1 Text Input for text/numeric entry)
2
Authentication
Click to enable authentication if it is required by SMTP server.
3
Username
Type in the username.
(Please refer to chapter 5.1 Text Input for text/numeric entry)
4
Password
Type in the password.
(Please refer to chapter 5.1 Text Input for text/numeric entry)
5
Mail From
Type in the sender’s email address.
(Please refer to chapter 5.1 Text Input for text/numeric entry)
6
Mail to
Type in the recipients’ email addresses.
(Please refer to chapter 5.1 Text Input for text/numeric entry)
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Attachment
This allows user to be alerted with an image attached email.
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7.7.10.2 FTP setting
In Network Setup, press ▲▼ to change the highlighted option to FTP, and
then press ENTER to call up FTP Setup as shown.
The FTP Setup allows the administrator to set FTP related parameters.
When an event occurs and FTP is enabled for the action, the recorded
video/audio for that event will be sent to the FTP server based on the
parameters set here.
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2
3
4
„
▲▼
Press these buttons to select the items.
„
ESC
Press this button to escape from this screen, and return to Network
Setup display. If the Save dialog is shown, press ENTER to exit and
save, ESC to exit without saving.
1
Name
Description
FTP Server
Type in the FTP server address.
(Please refer to chapter 5.1 Text Input for text/numeric
entry)
2
Username
Type in the username.
(Please refer to chapter 5.1 Text Input for text/numeric
entry)
3
Password
Type in the password.
(Please refer to chapter 5.1 Text Input to text/numeric
entry)
4
Prefix of Filename
Assign a prefix for each file for easier identification.
(Please refer to chapter 5.1 Text Input for text/numeric
entry)
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7.7.10.3 Advanced Network Setting
In Network Setup, press ENTER to call up Advanced Network Setup as
shown when the highlighted option is Adv..
The Advanced Network Setup allows the administrator to set advanced
network parameters. If the user is not familiar with network administration,
please DO NOT modify the items in this dialog.
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2
3
4
5
„
▲▼
Press these buttons to select the items.
„
ESC
Press this button to escape from this screen, and return to Network
Setup display. If the Save dialog is shown, press ENTER to exit and
save, ESC to exit without saving.
1
Name
Description
Control Port
Type in the control port number.
(Please refer to chapter 5.1 Text Input for text/numeric
entry)
2
Data Port
Type in the data port number.
(Please refer to chapter 5.1 Text Input for text/numeric
entry)
3
HTTP Port
Type in the HTTP port number.
(Please refer to chapter 5.1 Text Input for text/numeric
entry)
4
WAP Picture Quality
Press
5
DVR Name
The “DVR Name” used in the “CMS Server” if CMS
to adjust the picture quality.
Server (described below) is (to be) connected with the
DVR. Please follow the Text Input method described
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in chapter 5.1 Text Input to modify this item.
6
CMS Server URL
The URL (Uniform Resource Locators) for the CMS
#1-2
Server #1 and #2. The DVR will connect with up to
two CMS servers automatically once it’s running.
Please note that with this feature, the DVR needs
not to be a web server, while the CMS server needs
to be a web server. Please follow the Text Input
method described in Chapter 5.1 Text Input to modify
these items.
7.8
System Shutdown (Administrator)
In Menu display, press ▲▼ to change the highlighted option to Shutdown, and then
press ENTER (Mouse: Left click) to shutdown the system. A confirmation dialog will
be shown on the screen, press ENTER to confirm the shutdown. The system will save
all the files and all the states, and then display a power-off message in the rolling screen
message area. The user may power off the system safely when the power-off message
is shown.
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8
PTZ Control
Step 1. Connect DVR and PTZ Camera as below diagram.
Connect the RS-485 connector to PTZ camera(s) via the appropriate cable.
(Please refer to Section 4.6 Option Connections_PTZ Cameras)
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Step 2. Adjust the DIP SWITCH on the bottom of the Speed Dome PART
User can select the control protocol / baud rate and address of the
speed dome by adjusting DIP SWITCH on the bottom of the Speed
Dome PART.
SW1: Protocol
D2400B: means D-Type at 2400 Baud Rate.
(Remark: In the above demonstration, we use PELCO-D Type Speed Dome to
communicate with K.G. Standalone DVR.)
RS485 Connection diagram
Serial connection RS-485 control cable of each camera
Please note that the last Speed Dome should be enabled with terminal resister
for better signal transmission.
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Step 3. DVR Settings of PELCO-D
„ Test PTZ Camera already connected sucessfully.
Access to Setup operation of DVR standalone system then choose Pre-Camera
Setup.
Once PTZ Camera hardware is connectted successful then it will show the
number of PTZ Camera that you connected.
„ Set Baud Rate of PTZ Camera:
Access to Setup MENU of Standalone DVR then choose RS-232/422/485 Setup.
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Press
(on DVR remote controller) to set the Baud Rate to be 2400.
(That’s the key point to let standalone DVR & Speed Dome communicate each
other.)
Step 4. Press the PTZ button (Mouse:
PTZ function. Then press
) on DVR remote controller to confirm
(Mouse:
) Zoom in & zoom out
function of Speed Dome operation confirmation.
If a camera is also a PTZ camera, there will be an asterisk (*) preceding its title in its video
window in split-window display.
Please press PTZ button (Mouse:
) to enter PTZ
control mode if the focus camera is a PTZ camera. The asterisk (*) will be blinked to
indicate that the camera is now in PTZ control mode.
In PTZ control mode, the user’s operations can be divided into general operations and
miscellaneous function specific operations, and are described as the followings:
General operations:
„
ESC (Mouse:
)
Press this button to exit PTZ control mode. The asterisk (*) will be changed back to
normal color.
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„
▲▼ (Mouse: Left-click in the up/down area of the video window)
Press these buttons to tilt the camera up/down.
„
◄► (Mouse: Left-click in the left/right area of the video window)
Press these buttons to pan the camera left/right.
„
ZOOM (
) +/- (Mouse:
)
Press these buttons to zoom in/out the camera.
„
GOTO (Mouse:
)
Press this button to move the camera to the preset position.
The keypad hint will be
shown. Press numeric buttons 0-9 to enter the number of the preset position to move
the camera to.
The range of the preset positions is 00-99.
Please note that for V3.20
or above, the range of the preset positions is 00-99.
„
NEXT
Press this button for the next miscellaneous function. The miscellaneous functions
include Focus, Iris, Auto PAN, SEQ, Preset, and Pan Speed.
And the active one will
be shown on the lower right corner of the screen. The miscellaneous function specific
operations are described in the following table.
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Miscellaneous function specific operations:
Active function
Operations
Descriptions
Focus
+/ENTER
focus far/near (Mouse:
Iris
)
auto focus (Mouse:
)
Iris increase/decrease (Mouse:
+/-
)
Auto Pan (3)
(Mouse:
)
+/ENTER
*
#
Auto pan speed is shown in
parenthesis
increase/decrease speed
start/stop Auto Pan
set start position
set end position
SEQ (5 sec.)
(Mouse:
)
Preset (1) )
(Mouse:
Pan Speed (3)
(Mouse:
+/-, NUMBER
ENTER
SEQ dwell time is shown in
parenthesis. If SEQ mode is on,
the camera will goto preset
position 0-9 (or 1-10) sequentially.
change dwell time
start/stop SEQ mode, an asterisk
(*) will be shown if SEQ mode is on
+/-, NUMBER
ENTER
Preset location is shown in
parenthesis
change Preset location
set Preset location
+/-
Manual pan speed is shown in
parenthesis
increase/decrease speed
)
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9
Software Upgrade
In Menu display, press ▲▼ to change the highlighted option to Software Upgrade, and
then press ENTER to call up Software Upgrade display as shown below.
User can upgrade the software from the upgrading files stored inside the external storage
media such as DVD, SD card or USB flash drive.
Before upgrade the software, you should be to confirm system to connect with the
backup device (refer to 7.6 Backup Device). Then press ENTER to start the upgrade
process when the highlighted file is a correct upgrade file. A confirmation dialog will be
shown on the screen, press ENTER to confirm to upgrade the system software.
Please NOTE: Do not change upgrade file name.
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2
3
„
▲▼◄► (Mouse: Left click)
Press these buttons to select the items.
„
ESC
Press this button to escape from this screen, and return to Menu display.
1
Name
Description
Backup Device
Click Enter (Mouse: Left click) on Backup Device to connect the device for
upgrading (such as DVD, SD card or USB flash drive).
(Please refer to section 7.6 for detail information on device connection)
2
SD Card
Press
to select the appropriate device that has the upgrading software, and then
press Enter to start upgrading.
3
File list
Displays all the files stored in the device.
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10 Search & Playback
There are five ways to search the recorded video/audio for playback:
(a) Search by time,
(b) Search by event,
(c) Smart search,
(d) Search archived files, and
(e) POS search.
In split-window display, press SEARCH button to call up Search Menu display as shown.
„
▲▼
Press these buttons to change the highlighted item.
„
ENTER
Press this button to enter the corresponding Search display of the highlighted item.
The Search displays and their operations are described in the following sections,
followed by the playback operations of the searched video/audio.
„
ESC
Press this button to escape from Search Menu display, and return to split-window
display.
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10.1 Search By Time
This section explains how user can search for specific data by defining the date and
time as the search criteria.
1
2
3
4
„
▲▼◄►
Press these buttons to select the items.
„
ESC
Press this button to escape from this screen, and return to Menu display.
1
Name
Description
Start Time (Year, Month,
for the recorded video/audio.
Date, Hour, Minute)
start from the time entered here when the user press the
The playback (or backup) will
playback buttons (or Copy button ) later. Press
to set
the year, month, date, hour and minute as the start search
criteria.
2
Video / Audio
Alarm
Click to set the alarm triggered record as the search criteria.
Motion
Click to set the motion triggered record as the search criteria.
Video Loss
Click to set the video loss triggered record as the search criteria.
Normal
Click to set the normal record as the search criteria.
Check the types of the recorded video/audio you want to search for playback. Press ENTER
or +/- to check/uncheck each item.
3
PLAY
f/ II
Press this button to start playing the recorded video/audio with
the selected search time and video/audio type. If there’s no
camera in playback mode, up to 4 cameras in the current
split window will be set to playback mode.
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COPY
Press this button to backup (copy) the selected type of
recorded video/audio starting from the Search Time (described
below) in the HDD to the connected backup device without
playback. The Backup display (described in Section 10.6) will
be shown.
Please note that this kind of backup is
performed in the background, and the user can still do
almost all the operations.
4
Recorded from
'Recorded from’ time based on the selected Video/Audio before
searching - alarm partition if any of Alarm, Motion, or Video
Loss, is checked, and normal partition if Normal is checked.
10.2 Search By Event / Log Display
There are four different types of event logs, including Alarm, Motion, Video Loss, and
System. And up to 3000 most recent event logs can be stored in the system.
2
3
1
4
„
5
▲▼◄►
Press these buttons to select the items.
„
ESC
Press this button to escape from this screen, and return to Menu display.
1
Name
Description
Log history
This section displays the search result with all the event log information.
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The user may (1) press ENTER to enter Event Playback display of the
selected event log in this list, (2) press Play Buttons (f/ II, ff) to
playback it directly, or (3) press Copy Button ( ) to backup (copy)
the selected recorded video/audio to the connected backup device
without playback. The Backup display (described in Section 10.6) will
be shown.
Please note that this kind of backup is performed in the
background, and the user can still do almost all the operations.
Please refer to Section 10.7 Playback For Search By Event for the
detailed operations for event playback.
2
Event Type
Set the search criteria by selecting the types of event such as alarm
trigger, motion trigger, video loss trigger and system event. The Event
Type “System” includes all system related events, such as power on/off,
and will not trigger recording. Press ENTER or
to check/uncheck
the event type for the log list.
3
Source ID
The source which triggered the event. For Alarm, it’s the alarm input
number; for Motion and Video Loss, it’s the camera number.
to filter the events to be shown in the log list.
It’s used
Press ENTER or
to
check/uncheck each item. For software V6.13 or above, you may
check/uncheck “All” for faster operation.
4
MODE
Press this button to refresh the log display and clear the selected logs.
If there are new event logs after the screen is last updated, the log list
shown will be updated accordingly.
5
SEQ =>
Page Up
CALL =>
Page Down
Click SEQ/CALL to Page Up/Down the Log display.
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10.3 Smart Search
This section explains how user can use a defined time range to search the recorded
data.
1
2
3
6
4
„
5
▲▼◄►
Press these buttons to select the items.
„
ESC
Press this button to escape from this screen, and return to Menu display.
Name
Description
1
Target Camera
Click
2
Area
Click Enter to access the target area setting and to define the motion
to select the data source camera as the search criteria.
trigger area criteria. The system allows the creation of multiple point
motion detection zones.
Note: For multiple search zones, all restricted zones must be triggered to
enable motion detection recording.
3
Time/Date Criteria
Click
4
MODE
Click to start the search process.
5
SEQ =>
Page Up
CALL=>
Page Down
Matched file
history
Click SEQ/CALL to Page Up/Down the Log display.
6
to set the date and time period as the search criteria.
the matched files (HDD ID & time are shown) according to the selected
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search time, camera, and motion masks. The files are shown from the
oldest to the newest, and its page number is shown on the lower-left
corner.
The user may (1) press ENTER to enter Smart Search Playback
display of the selected matched file in this list, (2) press Play Buttons
(f/ II, ff,ee) to playback it directly, or (3) press Copy Button ( ) to
backup (copy) the selected recorded video/audio to the connected backup
device without playback. The Backup display (described in Section
10.6) will be shown. Please note that this kind of backup without
playback is performed in the background, and the user can still do almost
all the operations. Please also note that the playback (or backup) can
walk across all the matched files. Please refer to Section 10.8 Playback
For Smart Search for the detailed operations for smart search playback.
10.4 Search Archived Files
This section explains how user can search for archived files stored in the external
device.
1
4
2
3
5
„
▲▼◄►
Press these buttons to select the items.
„
ESC
Press this button to escape from this screen, and return to Menu display.
1
Name
Description
Backup Device
Click Enter on Backup Device to connect the device for upgrading.
(Please refer to section 7.6 for detail information on device connection)
2
Disk Storage
Press
to select the appropriate device that has the upgrading
software, and then press Enter to start upgrading.
3
Used Space
Shows the used space of the device.
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4
Available Space
Shows the free space of the device.
Archived File list
The archived files in the selected Disk Storage. Please select the
file, and then press ENTER to enter Archived File Playback display of
the selected file in this list, or press Play Buttons ( f/ II ) to playback it
directly. Please refer to Chapter 10.9 Playback For Archived Files
for the detailed operations.
5
MODE
Click to delete unwanted file/directory.
10.5 POS Search
This section explains how user can retrieve and view data recorded from the POS device.
1
2
3
4
5
„
6
▲▼◄►
Press these buttons to select the items.
„
ESC
Press this button to escape from this screen, and return to Menu display.
Name
Description
1
Camera
Use
2
Key Word
Type in the key word of the POS that need to be searched.
to select the camera that recorded the data from POS.
(Please refer to chapter 5.1 Text Input for text/numeric entry)
3
Time Range
Use
4
Result List
The window will display all the searched files that match the criteria set.
to set the search time range in terms of start and end time.
The matched files (HDD ID & time are shown) according to the selected
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search time, camera, and motion masks. The files are shown from the
oldest to the newest, and its page number is shown on the lower-left
corner.
The user may (1) press ENTER to enter Smart Search Playback
display of the selected matched file in this list, (2) press Play Buttons
(f/ II, ff,ee)
to playback it directly, or (3) press Copy Button ( ) to
backup (copy) the selected recorded video/audio to the connected backup
device without playback. The Backup display (described in Section 10.6)
will be shown.
Please note that this kind of backup without playback is
performed in the background, and the user can still do almost all the
operations. Please also note that the playback (or backup) can walk
across all the matched files. Please refer to Section 10.8 Playback For
Smart Search for the detailed operations for smart search playback.
5
MODE
Press this button to start searching the recorded video/audio with the
selected search time, camera, and key word.
shown on the right half of this dialog.
The search result will be
To prevent the system from
overloading by POS Search, up to 500 matched files or 100 GB of HDD
storage for each record partition, alarm or normal, from the start time will
be searched.
6
SEQ(Page Up
Press SEQ / X2 to Page Up/Down the Result List.
/ X2(Page
Down)
10.6 Playback/Archive For Search By Time
In split-window display, press MODE button to change circularly the live/playback mode
for the focus window and the other windows that form a rectangle on the screen. The
video windows for the windows in playback mode are grayed, while those in live mode
display live video.
Please refer to Section 5.2 Basic Operations for how to change the camera(s) in the
playback windows(s). After the playback windows and cameras are all set as you
want, you may use the following buttons to control the playback:
„
Play/Pause Button ( f/ II )
Press this button to play the recorded video/audio searched at forward speed 1X, or
pause the playback. If the playback is paused, press this button again to resume
playing. Note that audio can only be played at forward speed 1X.
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„
Stop Button („)
Press this button to stop playing the recorded video/audio. If the user press f/ II
button later, the playback will start from the beginning.
„
Fast Forward Button ( ff ), Slow Forward Button (SEQ)
Press this button for fast/slow forward playback. Each time this button is pressed,
the forward playback speed will become faster/slower, from 2X, 4X, 8X, up to
64/16X, and then back to 2X.
„
Fast Backward Button ( ff ), Slow Backward Button (MODE)
Press this button for fast/slow backward playback.
Each time this button is
pressed, the backward playback speed will become faster/slower, from 2X, 4X, 8X,
up to 64/16X, and then back to 2X.
„
Single Step Button ( fI )
Press this button to play the recorded images frame by frame.
„
ENTER
Press this button to display the GPS/POS data if there’s GPS/POS data
accompanied with the playback camera. Please select the Type (GPS or POS),
Position, Background, Rows, and number of Characters on the screen, and then
press ENTER to display the GPS/POS data, or ESC to cancel. Press ENTER
again to not display it.
„
Copy Button ( )
Press this button to copy or stop copying the playback video/audio to the storage
device connected to the USB port or internal DVD. The Backup display will be
shown as below.
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1
2
3
4
5
6
Following is a brief description for the operations in Backup display:
„
▲▼◄►
Press these buttons to select the items.
„
Copy Button ( )
Press this button to start backup (copy) or apply the revised settings if it’s
copying, and return to the previous display. There will be a Copy icon on the
lower-right corner indicating that the selected video/audio is being archived to
the storage device. For DVD disc, the files won’t be written to the disc
until the storage size reaches 1 GB or the user stop copying. Writing to
the disc may take more than 1 minute for every 100 MB (depending on the
disc type).
Note: For internal DVD, please open the front door in order not to block the
tray from ejecting, esp. while it’s in backup process. Blocking the tray from
ejecting may damage the DVD writer.
„
Stop („)
Press this button to stop copying and return to the previous display. The Copy
icon will be disappeared.
„
ESC
Press this button to cancel, and return to the previous display.
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1
Name
Description
Backup
the backup device connected to the system. Press ENTER
Device
on the left button to call up Backup Device dialog if there’s no
backup device connected. Press
buttons on the right
selection to select the connected device. Please follow the
steps described in Section 7.6 Backup Device to connect
the backup device before copying.
2
Backup Speed
1-9, with 1 the lowest speed, 9 the highest speed. Press
buttons to select the value.
3
Directory
the directory in the backup device to store the archived files.
Please follow the Text Input method described in chapter 5.1 Text
Input to input the directory.
4
Cameras
the video/audio of the cameras to be archived. Press ENTER
or
to select/deselect each of the selectable cameras.
If
the camera with GPS data is selected, the GPS data will be
saved with the camera video in the same file. The user
may save GPS data only (without saving camera video) by
selecting GPS.
5
6
GPS File
for the backup of GPS data only. The supported formats are
Format
TXT and KML. Press
End Time
(Year, Month, Date, Hour, Minute) for the recorded
buttons to select the value.
video/audio for the backup without playback of Search By
Time. The files will be backup from the start time to the end
time when the user press the COPY button to start copying.
Press
buttons to modify each item.
Except the playback buttons, the user can still do all the other operations in split-window
display as if there is no playback.
Please refer to 5.2 Basic Operations for the
operations of the other buttons.
Note : The format of the GPS filename is YYYYMMDD-hhmmss.txt (or .kml), where
YYYY stands for year, MM month, DD date, hh hour, mm minute, and ss
second. GPS file can be displayed in the archived file list, but cannot be
played. Please use GPS applications such as Google Earth, PaPaGO,
etc. to read/convert its contents.
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Note : For each camera and each backup, a batch file will be generated as well as
the backup files. A directory “/VideoPlayer” will also be generated if it’s
not existing in the backup storage device. The user can use the batch
file to self-playback the corresponding backup files in a PC. If the PC
has not been installed with the required player components, those
components will be installed by running the batch file except Windows
Vista. For Windows Vista, please run /VideoPlayer/VideoPlayerInstall.exe
manually
to
install
the
required
player
components.
To
copy
self-playback files, please copy the batch file and the backup files to the
destination directory, and copy the whole directory “/VideoPlayer” to the
root directory of the destination device.
10.7 Playback/Archive For Search By Event
In Log display, press ENTER to enter Event Playback display of the selected event log,
or press Play Buttons ( f/ II , ff ) to playback it directly. This display is the same
as full screen display of the main display, and the playback buttons are effective.
The operations are as below:
„
Playback Buttons ( f/ II , „, ff , ee , fI , , ENTER, MODE, SEQ)
These buttons are all the same as in Section 10.6 Playback/Archive For Search By
Time.
„
The Other Buttons
All the other buttons are the same as in 5.2 Basic Operations.
10.8 Playback/Archive For Smart Search
In Smart Search display, press ENTER to enter Smart Search Playback display of the
selected matched file, or press Play Buttons ( f/ II , ff , ee ) to playback it
directly. Please note that the playback can walk across all the (up to 500 per
record partition) matched files. So, it’s not necessary for the user to repeat the
process of Smart Search & Playback just for a single file.
This display is the same as
full screen display of the main display, and the playback buttons are effective.
The operations are as below:
„
Playback Buttons ( f/ II , „, ff , ee , fI , , ENTER, MODE, SEQ)
These buttons are all the same as in Section 10.6 Playback/Archive For Search By
Time.
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„
CALL
At playing the video, press this button to call up (show) or hide the Motion
Areas set by the user.
„
The Other Buttons
All the other buttons are the same as in 5.2 Basic Operations.
10.9 Playback For Archived Files
In Search Archived Files display, press ENTER to enter Archived File Playback display
of the selected file, or press Play Buttons ( f/ II , ff ) to playback it directly. This
display is the same as full screen display of the main display, and the playback buttons
are effective.
The operations are as below:
„
Playback Buttons ( f/ II , „, ff , ee , fI , ENTER, MODE, SEQ)
These buttons are all the same as in Section 10.6 Playback/Archive For Search By
Time. Please note that COPY button ( ) is not effective in this display.
„
The Other Buttons
All the other buttons are the same as in 5.2 Basic Operations.
10.10
Playback/Archive For POS Search
In POS Search display, press ENTER to enter POS Search Playback display of the
selected matched file, or press Play Button ( f/ II ) to playback it directly. This display
is the same as full screen display of the main display, and the playback buttons are
effective.
The operations are as below:
„
Playback Buttons ( f/ II , „, ff , ee , fI , , ENTER, MODE, SEQ)
These buttons are all the same as in Section 10.6 Playback/Archive For Search By
Time.
„
The Other Buttons
All the other buttons are the same as in 5.2 Basic Operations.
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11 Remote Access
11.1 Remote Access via Internet Explorer (IE)
Step1. Type in the IP address of the 9CH / 16CH standalone DVR in the IE address
bar to access the system remotely.
Step2. When the IE prompts to install ActiveX control, click to allow installation.
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Step3. When an installation dialog box pops up, click to install IE Plugin.cab.
NOTE: Step 2 & Step 3 only apply to first time user.
Step4. Type in the login name, password, control port and data port information to
access the system.
- The default login name: aa
- The default password: 11
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11.1.1
Main Screen
Name
Description
1
Camera ID
Displays the ID of the camera.
2
Video Screen
This is to display both live and playback video.
3
Date/Time
This is to show the actual recording time and date of the video.
PTZ
These buttons are for the control of the PTZ speed dome.
Control
4
PTZ
Focus
This is to enable user to adjust the image video.
Iris
This is to enable user to adjust the amount of light entering the
camera lens.
5
Camera
These buttons correspond to the respective cameras connected to DVR.
6
Alarm In
These buttons correspond to the respective alarms connected to DVR.
7
Alarm Out
These buttons correspond to the cameras that are set tot respond to
the alarm trigger.
Search by Time: This feature enables user to search for video data
according to the specified date and time.
Record file playback: Click to play the selected record file.
8
Search by Event: This feature enables user to search for video data
according to the event criteria.
PTZ: Click to open the PTZ control panel.
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POS Search: This feature enables user to search for POS recorded
data according to the specified date and time.
Software Upgrade: Click to upgrade the system.
GPS Configuration: GPS Configuration enables user to customize the
GPS setting.
Server Configuration: This is for user to add new server, edit existing
servers and to delete servers as well as configure the property of
each server.
POS Configuration: POS configuration enables user to customize the
POS setting.
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DVR
Press the option to selected DVR screen.
Playback Control
These buttons are for the playback, forward, rewind, stop and copy
video.
Sequence Mode: Press to switch to sequence mode.
Audio: Click to listen to the audio being recorded by the selected
DVR server.
Microphone: When the feature is enabled, the voice of the user can
be transmitted to the selected DVR server for hearing via IE.
NOTE: This feature is only enabled when connecting to microphone.
Search Mode: Press to switch to search and playback mode.
A
Manual Backup: Press to setup the backup configuration.
Freeze Mode: Press to freeze the image.
Click on this icon for snapshot of the focus camera.
Click on this icon for audio broadcasting to all connected DVRs.
POS: Press to bring up the POS window.
GPS: Press to bring up the GPS window.
B
Screen Layout
User can choose the screen layout format.
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11.1.2
Search & Playback
11.1.2.1
Search By Time
This feature enables user to search for a video data playback according
to specific date, time and event type search criteria.
2
1
3
4
Name
Description
1
Event Type
Check the type of video as the search criteria.
2
Date/Time
Select the date and time and set it as the search criteria.
3
Play
Click to play the searched video.
4
Search
Click to start the search process.
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11.1.2.2
Search By Event
This feature enables user to search for a video data playback according
to the device, event type and camera source.
2
3
1
4
5
6
1
7
8
9
Name
Description
Event List Window
The window lists out all the events searched according
to the criteria set.
2
Device
Select the device for the data to be retrieved.
3
Event Type
Set the search criteria according to the event type set.
4
Source ID
Set the search criteria according to the cameras set.
5
Backup Status
The window displays the status of each server.
6
Refresh
Click to refresh the search process.
7
Up/down
Click to scroll along the event list.
8
Backup
Press to backup the highlighted video data manually.
9
Play
Click to play the highlighted video.
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11.1.3
PTZ Control
1
2
3
4
5
6
Name
Description
1
PTZ control
Click to control the pan / tilt / zoom of the PTZ speed dome.
2
Focus
Click
to adjust the focus of the camera.
3
Iris
Click
to adjust the camera iris.
4
Auto Pan
Run
Click to start the auto pan feature.
Stop
Click to stop the auto pan feature.
Set Start/End
Click to set the start and end time for automated pan
feature.
5
6
SEQ
Preset
Run
Click to turn on sequence surveillance.
Stop
Click to turn off sequence surveillance.
SET
Click to set the camera at a specific location.
Goto
Click to access the image taken by the camera at its preset
point.
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11.1.4
Server Configuration
This is for user to add new DVR, edit existing DVR and to delete DVR as well as
configure the property of each DVR. Setup configuration of the specific DVR can be
modified and uploaded to the respective DVR remotely.
11.1.4.1
Add New Server
Press
to add a new server.
STEP1: Enter device name, address, control port, data port, username and password
and then click OK.
Optional: User may also select Auto Connection to enable auto connection to the DVR.
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11.1.4.2
Modify Server
Press
to modify the server information.
STEP1: Delete all the information that is to be modified.
STEP2: Then enter new information into their respective columns.
STEP3: Then click OK to save changes.
11.1.4.3
Delete Server
STEP1: Select the Server to be discarded.
STEP2: Click
to delete the server.
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11.1.4.4
Configure Server Property
Press
to enter the server configuration page.
11.1.4.4.1Pre-camera
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1
5
4
8
1
2
3
9
6
A
3
7
B
Name
Description
Best REC
Select to adjust the recording resolution.
Resolution
Watermark
Click to watermark the video.
Max ID
Click to set the maximum number of camera available on a specific
DVR.
4
Camera
This shows the camera of a specific DVR.
5
Installed
Click to activate the camera.
6
PTZ ID
Assign an ID to the PTZ camera for identification purpose.
7
Group
Allow the assignment of each camera into different groups.
This function enables user to download the original configuration from
8
Download
the host system should any accidental modification occur. It also allows
user to reconfirm whether the modified configuration has been properly
updated to the host system.
9
Upload
Click to upload the modified configuration to the host system through
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internet.
A
Open
Click to apply the previously saved setting to the current configuration.
B
Save
Press to save the setting to a specified location.
11.1.4.4.2
Camera
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
1
2
Name
Description
Title
Assign a title to each camera for easy identification.
Motion Detection
Click to activate the motion detection feature for the specific
camera.
Covert
Click to activate the covert feature for the specific camera.
NOTE: When covert is activated, only administrator/supervisor level
3
users can view the live video of the respected camera.
4
Call By Event
Click to select the purpose of the camera whether it is for
motion detection, alarm or both.
5
Dwell Time
Select the interval period of each camera display.
6
Audio
Click to select the audio input.
7
Record Quality
Allow the adjustment of recording quality.
8
Event Record IPS
Allow the adjustment of event recording rate.
9
Pre-record IPS
Allow the adjustment of pre-recording rate.
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Normal Record IPS
11.1.4.4.3
Allow the adjustment of normal recording rate.
Motion
1
7
2
3
8
9
4
5
A
6
B
Name
Description
1
Camera ID
Select the camera as a motion trigger.
2
Duration
Set the notification duration during motion detection.
3
Goto Preset
Set which camera preset location to be displayed upon a motion
4
Pre-record
Set the pre-recording time.
5
Post-record
Set the post-recording time.
6
Alarm Output
Select the alarm output notification during motion detection.
7
Buzzer
Click this to enable the activation of buzzer warning during
motion detection.
8
Log
Click this to enable the creation of a log during motion detection.
9
Email
Click this to enable a text notification display on the screen
during motion detection.
A
B
FTP
Click this to have an email notification during motion detection.
Screen Message
Click this to have the notification sent to the FTP server during
motion detection.
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11.1.4.4.4
Video Loss
1
5
2
6
3
7
8
4
A
Name
Description
1
Camera ID
Select the camera as a video loss trigger.
2
Duration
Set the notification duration during video loss.
2
Pre-record
Set the pre-recording time.
4
Alarm Output
Select the alarm output notification during video loss.
5
Buzzer
Click this to enable the activation of buzzer warning during video
loss.
6
Log
Click this to enable the creation of a log during video loss.
7
Email
Click this to enable a text notification display on the screen during
video loss.
8
FTP
Click this to have an email notification during video loss.
A
Screen Message
Click this to have the notification sent to the FTP server during
video loss.
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Alarm
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
Name
Description
1
Normal State
Choose to turn on/off the alarm condition during normal state.
2
Focus Camera
Choose the focus camera upon an alarm trigger.
3
Duration
Set the alarm duration once it is triggered.
4
Goto Preset
5
Pre-record
Set the pre-recording time.
6
Post-record
Set the post-recording time.
7
Alarm Output
Assign an alarm output when the alarm is triggered.
8
Buzzer
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Log
A
Screen Message
B
Email
C
FTP
Set which camera preset location to be displayed upon an
alarm trigger.
Click this to enable the activation of buzzer warning during an
alarm trigger.
Click this to enable the creation of a log when the alarm is
triggered.
Click this to enable a text notification display on the screen
during an alarm trigger.
Click this to have an email notification during an alarm trigger.
Click this to have the notification sent to the FTP server upon
an alarm trigger.
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11.1.4.4.6
SEQ Display
This configuration allows user to setup the order of the surveillance
sequence of each DVR.
1
2
Name
1
Sequence Page
Description
Device Type
Setting
Select the appropriate monitor for the surveillance
sequence.
Window Type
Select the number of display channel for each
surveillance page.
Dwell Time
Select the interval period of each surveillance page.
Total Page
Select the total number of page that will be displayed in
the surveillance order.
Page No.
User can set the camera to be displayed on the selected
surveillance page.
2
Display Page Layout
Set the camera to be displayed on the selected
surveillance page then click modify.
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11.1.4.4.7
Schedule
1
2
1
3
4
5
Name
Description
T(x)
This represents the number of schedule segment.
User can set up to a maximum of 16 different schedule segments.
The beginning of the new schedule segment represents the end of the
previous schedule segment. Thus, a warning dialog box will appear
when two time schedule segments overlap.
2
Start
Allows user to set the start recording time.
3
Alarm
User may choose to only record video or audio or both video and audio
during alarm recording period.
4
Motion
User may choose to only record video or audio or both video and audio
during motion detection recording period.
5
Normal
User may choose to only record video or audio or both video and audio
during normal recording period.
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11.1.4.4.8 HDD
1
2
Name
1
Alarm Record
Description
Auto Overwrite
Select this will enable the overwritten of old data when
the disk capacity is achieved.
2
Normal Record
HDD Full Action
Select this will enable full usage of HDD capacity.
Duration
User may set the duration of warning period.
Alarm Out
User may set the alarm out device.
Buzzer
Click to enable buzzer warning.
Email
Check to enable warning notification being sent to email.
Log
Click to enable the creation of log.
Auto Overwrite
Select this will enable the overwritten of old data when
the disk capacity is achieved.
HDD Full Action
Select this will enable full usage of HDD capacity.
Duration
User may set the duration of warning period.
Alarm Out
User may set the alarm out device.
Buzzer
Click to enable buzzer warning.
Email
Click to enable warning notification being sent to email.
Log
Click to enable the creation of log.
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11.1.4.4.9 Password
This configuration allows administrator to assign login name and password to
other users.
1
2
3
5
4
1
Name
Description
User Information
Administrator can create user accounts for other users by
assigning login name, password and user level.
2
Add
Click to add a new user account.
3
Modify
Click to change the user account information.
4
Delete
Click to delete a user account.
5
User List
The window displays all the user accounts.
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11.1.4.4.10
System
1
2
3
4
Name
Description
1
Time zone
Select the suitable time zone from the drop down menu.
2
System time
User can manually set the time of the system or set the system
to synchronize its time with a specific standard time server.
3
Language
Choose a language setting from the drop down menu.
4
Protection Key
This function is currently inapplicable.
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11.1.4.4.11
RS232/422/485
1
2
3
1
Name
Description
RS-232
Select the appropriate device that uses the RS-232 signal,
device model, camera ID, baud rate, data bit, stop bit and parity
from the drop down menus.
2
RS-422/485
Select the appropriate device that uses the RS-422/485 signal,
device model, camera ID, baud rate, data bit, stop bit and parity
from the drop down menus.
3
Optional RS-232
Select the appropriate device that uses the RS-232 signal,
device model, camera ID, baud rate, data bit, stop bit and parity
from the drop down menus.
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11.1.4.4.12
Network
1
2
3
4
1
Name
Description
Net Type
Choose the appropriate net type to configure. There
are 3 types of net: Static IP, PPPoE and DHCP
2
Static IP
Type in the correct IP address, net mask, gateway
and DNS.
Note: This section is only available when Static IP net is
selected.
3
PPPoE
Type in all the information in their respective
columns.
Note: This section is only available for information entry when
PPPoE net is selected.
4
Control Port/ Data Port/ HTTP
Fill in the correct port number in their respective
Port/ Warp Picture Quality
columns.
Note This section is available for both static IP and PPPoE net.
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11.1.4.4.13
Email
1
2
3
4
Name
Description
1
SMTP
Type in the server URL, username and password.
2
Mail From
Enter the email address of the sender.
3
Mail To
Enter the email address of the recipient.
4
Attachment
User can select the type of image to be attached to the mail.
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11.1.4.4.14
FTP
1
3
2
1
4
5
Name
Description
File Transfer Protocol
Fill in the FTP server address, username and password.
User may also choose to assign a prefix for each file to
enable easy differentiation.
2
Download
This function enables user to download the original
configuration from the host system should any accidental
modification occur. It also allows user to reconfirm whether
the modified configuration has been properly updated to the
host system.
3
Upload
Click to upload the modified configuration to the host system
through internet.
4
Open
Click to apply the previously saved setting to the current
configuration.
5
Save
Press to save the setting to a specified location.
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11.1.5 POS Search
This feature is designed to allow IE client to be able to search for POS data file
of a specific device within a specific range of time period. User can also create
a backup for POS data and play data file.
2
1
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Name
Description
1
Device
Select the device for the retrieval of POS data.
2
Camera
Select the camera source of the POS data.
3
Keyword
Type in the keyword of the data file as part of the search criteria.
4
Start Time / End Time
Specify the time period for the retrieval of the POS record.
5
Result list
This section shows the number of files found and a list of file that
matches the criteria will be shown in the Date/Time window.
6
Backup status
This window will show the status of the backup process.
7
Search
Press to start the search process.
8
Backup
Pres to start the backup process of the selected record.
9
Playback
Press to start the playback of the highlighted file.
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11.1.6
GPS Configuration
This feature is designed to allow user to be able to configure the GPS setting via IE.
1
2
3
4
Name
Description
1
Device
Select the DVR that is connected with GPS.
2
Display
5
Show GPS
Click to enable the display of GPS.
Video Window
Click to display GPS in the video channel of the selected camera.
User may adjust the coordinates of the window through the X & Y
values.
Output
Pop-up window
Check to display GPS in a separate window.
Text color
User can select the font color for the GPS text.
Background Color
User can select the background color of the GPS window.
Live/Playback
User can choose to configure live or playback GPS output
configuration.
Live >>Data
This is to allow user to save the live or playback GPS data to a
Exchange File
specified folder.
Live >>COM port
This is to configure the port used for GPS device.
4
OK
Click to save the changes.
5
Cancel
Click to cancel the changes.
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11.1.7 POS Configuration
This feature is designed to allow user to be able to configure the POS setting via IE.
1
3
2
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
Name
Description
1
Device
Select the DVR that is connected with POS.
2
Show POS
Click to display the POS window on the screen.
3
POP-up Window
Click to display the POS information on a separate window.
4
Signal Type
Click to select the signal that applies.
5
Live/Playback
User can choose to configure live or playback POS output configuration.
6
Video Window
Click to display POS in the video channel of the selected camera. User
may adjust the size of the display window through the Rows/Character
value and the coordinates of the window through the X & Y values.
7
Text Color
User can select the font color for the POS text.
8
Background
Click to apply background color to the display window. User can select the
Color
background color of the POS window.
9
OK
Click to save the changes.
A
Cancel
Click to cancel the changes.
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11.2 Remote Access via PDA
Attention: User must properly configure the network setup
(section 7.7.10) and connect the system to the internet for
PDA access to function.
This is an example using Nokia N73
Step 1 : Connect to internet by clicking on Web.
Step 2 : Type in the IP address of the 9CH/16CH system(refer to 7.7.10
Network) to access the connection page.
http://(IP address of the 9CH/16CH)/wap.htm
ex. http://192.168.1.15/wap.htm
Step 3 : Press yes to confirm connection.
Step 4 : Type in the login ID and password to log into the system.
- The default login name: aa
- The default password: 11
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Step 5 : Click on the camera number to view image of the camera. Finish your setting
then click OK to view image of the camera.
1
2
3
4
Figure 1
Key Descreption
1
Display format: Display Channel 1/2/3/4 or 4 channel at a time.
2
Refresh image from 0 seconds (live video) to 30 seconds.
3
DO (Digital Output)
4
DI (Digital Iutput)
Figure 2 (Q4)
Click Return to Figure 1. You could update your setting.
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Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
Step 4
11.3 IE Remote Access via Vista
Step1. Open IE browser. Click on “Tools” and go to “Internet Options”.
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Step2. (a) Click on “Security” tab
(b) Click on “Trusted sites”.
(c) Click on “Sites”
Step3. Enter the IP address of Standalone DVR. And untick the option on “Require
server verification (https:) for all sites in this zone”. Then click on “Add”.
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The IP address is now save in Trusted sites. Click on “Close”.
Step4. Enter Standalone IP address in IE browser.
Step5. Click on “Install ActiveX Control” option.
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Step6. Click on “Install”.
Step7. Click on “Yes”.
Step8. Click on “Install”.
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Step9. Enter “User name” and password. Then click on “OK”.
Step10. Now you should see the Standalone DVR remote viewing with IE browser.
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12 CMS2000
CMS2000 is the only security solution that offers multiple point access and multiple device
integration over a network system. To increase its diversified capability, the system is fully
compatible with almost all of our security solution series including DVS, standalone DVRs
and DVR cards. CMS2000 is designed for its IP based versatility and its integrability with
DVR and DVS to enhance its security integrity. Therefore administrator and authorized
clients can easily monitor and control the activities and security of their respected settings
and playback recorded data just with a click on the CMS2000 network.
Benefits
1. Multi-Level Authority Control
2. E-map graphic control menu
3. Multiple camera real-time monitoring
4. Historical video data playback
5. Control up to 100/300/600 Cameras
6. Remote control management
7. Hybrid system integration
8. Web-based structure design
NOTE:
This DVR system fully supports CMS2000 security solution series. Please refer to the following
for detail description on CMS2000.
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13 POS Connection
The Standalone DVR support P.O.S. machine connection and support only general
protocol of EPSON printer.
13.1 Connection Diagram & Package
„
ONE POS Connection Diagram:
You could connect to printer directly
or using terminal Block for without
printer application.
„
Multi-POS Connection Diagram
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Package Content
9CH Multi-POS up to 9 POS
1. KGA001(RS232 TO RS485 Converter) ----------------------------------
x1
2. I-7524CR(RS232 Protocol Converter) ------------------------------------- x2
3. RS-232 CABLE ------------------------------------------------------------------- x8
4. RS-485 CABLE ------------------------------------------------------------------- x1
5. Y-CABLE --------------------------------------------------------------------------- x8
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------SH-16ch Multi-POS up to 16 POS
1. KGA001(RS232 TO RS485 Converter) ----------------------------------
x1
2. I-7524CR(RS232 Protocol Converter) ------------------------------------- x4
3. RS-232 CABLE ------------------------------------------------------------------- x16
4. RS-485 CABLE ------------------------------------------------------------------- x1
5. Y-CABLE --------------------------------------------------------------------------- x16
13.2 P.O.S. Setting of Standalone DVR
You could to do RS232/422/485 Setting via Local or Remote Access.
13.2.1
RS232/422/485 Setting via Local
13.2.1.1
RS232/422/485 Setting of Local Access
Click ''Menu'' on the remote controller → Login (default login name: aa & login
password: 11) → Choose ''Setup'' operation → Choose ''RS-232 / 422 / 485''
operation (as below)
User needs to configure this setting for the external hardware such as PTZ speed
dome, P.O.S., GPS and DVR keyboard to function properly.
For P.O.S. Setting as below:
Device Type
Model
Baud Rate
Data Bit
Stop Bit
Parity
: POS
: Epson General
: 9600
:8
:1
: None
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Name
Description
1
Device Type
Press
to select the appropriate device.
2
Model
Press
to select the appropriate model for the device.
3
Baud Rate
Press
to set the baud rate.
4
Data Bit
Press
to set the data bit.
5
Stop Bit
Press
to set the stop bit.
6
Parity
Press
to set the parity.
7
DVR/Camera ID
Press
to assign the DVR/Camera an ID.
8
MODE
Click Mode to enter the optional RS-232 setting.
NOTE: POS Models support by S130/SH130/SH330/SH530:
Serial Epson-TM8811, TM200, TMU295, TMU300, TMU675, TMT882, RPU420,
MD332S Printers. Plain ASCII code.
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13.2.1.2
Display Model
Click ''Esc'' (thrice)on the remote controller to access Main Screen as below.
Step A.
P.O.S. Display Setting
Click Set/Enter on the Remote Controller to call up the GPS/POS
setting.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Name
Description
1
Type
Click
to select either GPS or P.O.S. as the display type.
2
Position
Click
to adjust the position of the GPS/P.O.S. display
window.
3
Background
Click
to select the background color of the display window.
4
Rows
Click
to set the height of the P.O.S. display window.
NOTE: This feature is only available for P.O.S. display.
5
Characters
Click
to set the width of the P.O.S. display window.
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NOTE: This feature is only available for P.O.S. display
6
Enter
Click to save and exit the setting.
7
ESC
Click to exit without saving the configuration.
NOTE:
User needs to configure RS-232/422/485 setting for P.O.S. to function
properly. (Please cross-reference to section ‘’RS-232/422/485 setup’’ of
Standalone DVR Manual)
Supported P.O.S. Devices:
Serial Epson-TM8811, TM200, TMU295, TMU300, TMU675, TMT882, RPU420,
MD332S Printers.
Plain ASCII code.
Step B.
Click Enter / Esc on the Remote Controller then display of 4 video
channels with 1 P.O.S. channel overlay at the center of the screen as below
example figure.
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13.2.2
RS232/422/485 Setting via Remote
13.2.2.1
Step A.
RS232/422/485 Setting of Remote Access
Type in the IP address of Standalone DVR in the IE address bar.
Type in the login name, password, control port and data port
information (as Figure A-1) to access the system(as Figure A-2).
- The default login name: aa
- The default password: 11
<Figure A-1>
<Figure A-2>
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Step B. Click ‘’Server Configuration’’
Then Press
to access operation as below.
to enter the server configuration page.
Step C. RS232/422/485 Setting
First, please finish RS-232 For P.O.S. Setting as below:
Device Type
: POS
Model
: Epson General
DVR/Camera ID:1
Baud Rate
: 9600
Data Bit
:8
Stop Bit
:1
Parity
: None
After finish RS-232 For P.O.S. Setting, please click Upload button to update
DVR Server Status.
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1
Name
Description
RS-232
Select the appropriate device that uses the RS-232 signal,
device model, camera ID, baud rate, data bit, stop bit and parity
from the drop down menus.
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13.2.2.2
Display Model
P.O.S. Configuration
This feature is designed to allow user to be able to configure the P.O.S. setting via
IE.
1
2
4
3
5
6
7
8
9
A
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Name
Description
1
Device
Select the DVR that is connected with P.O.S..
2
Show P.O.S.
Click to display the POS window on the screen.
3
POP-up Window
Click to display the POS information on a separate window.
4
Signal Type
Click to select the signal that applies.
5
Live/Playback
User can choose to configure live or playback POS output configuration.
6
Video Window
Click to display POS in the video channel of the selected camera. User
may adjust the size of the display window through the Rows/Character
value and the coordinates of the window through the X & Y values.
7
Text Color
User can select the font color for the POS text.
8
Background
Click to apply background color to the display window. User can select
Color
the background color of the POS window.
9
OK
Click to save the changes.
A
Cancel
Click to cancel the changes.
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Appendix A –Time Zone
Time Zone
Offset
DST
Start
End
Samoa
GMT – 11:00
Hawaii
GMT – 10:00
Alaska
GMT – 09:00
ˇ
Mar, 2nd Sun, 2:00
Nov, 1st Sun, 2:00
Pacific Time (US & Canada)
GMT – 08:00
ˇ
Mar, 2nd Sun, 2:00
Nov, 1st Sun, 2:00
Arizona, US Mountain
GMT – 07:00
Chihuahua, La Paz, Mazatlan
GMT – 07:00
ˇ
May, 1st Sun, 2:00
Sep, last Sun, 2:00
Mountain Time (US & Canada)
GMT – 07:00
ˇ
Mar, 2nd Sun, 2:00
Nov, 1st Sun, 2:00
Central America, Saskatchewan
GMT – 06:00
Central Time (US & Canada)
GMT – 06:00
ˇ
Mar, 2nd Sun, 2:00
Nov, 1st Sun, 2:00
Guadalajara, Mexico City, Monterrey
GMT – 06:00
ˇ
May, 1st Sun, 2:00
Sep, last Sun, 2:00
Bogota, Lima, Quito, Indiana (East)
GMT – 05:00
Eastern Time (US & Canada)
GMT – 05:00
ˇ
Mar, 2nd Sun, 2:00
Nov, 1st Sun, 2:00
Atlantic Time (Canada)
GMT – 04:00
ˇ
Mar, 2nd Sun, 2:00
Nov, 1st Sun, 2:00
Caracas, La Paz
GMT – 04:00
Santiago
GMT – 04:00
ˇ
Oct, 2nd Sun, 0:00
Mar, 2nd Sun, 0:00
Newfoundland
GMT – 03:30
ˇ
Apr, 1st Sun, 2:00
Oct, last Sun, 2:00
Brasilia
GMT – 03:00
ˇ
Oct, 3rd Sun, 2:00
Feb, 3rd Sun, 2:00
Buenos Aires, Georgetown
GMT – 03:00
ˇ
Oct, 3rd Sun, 2:00
Feb, 2nd Sun, 2:00
Greenland
GMT – 03:00
ˇ
Mar, last Sun, 1:00
Oct, last Sun, 1:00
Mid-Atlantic
GMT – 02:00
ˇ
Mar, last Sun, 2:00
Sep, last Sun, 2:00
Azores
GMT – 01:00
ˇ
Mar, last Sun, 2:00
Oct, last Sun, 3:00
Cape Verde
GMT – 01:00
Casablanca, Monrovia
GMT + 00:00
Dublin, London
GMT + 00:00
ˇ
Mar, last Sun, 1:00
Oct, last Sun, 2:00
Western Europe, Central Europe
GMT + 01:00
ˇ
Mar, last Sun, 2:00
Oct, last Sun, 3:00
West Central Africa
GMT + 01:00
Eastern Europe
GMT + 02:00
ˇ
Mar, last Sun, 0:00
Oct, last Sun, 1:00
Cairo
GMT + 02:00
ˇ
Apr, last Fri, 2:00
Sep, last Fri, 2:00
Harare, Pretoria
GMT + 02:00
Helsinki, Kyiv, Riga, Sofia, Tallinn
GMT + 02:00
ˇ
Mar, last Sun, 2:00
Oct, last Sun, 3:00
Jerusalem
GMT + 02:00
ˇ
Apr 1, 2:00
Oct, 2nd Sun, 2:00
Baghdad
GMT + 03:00
ˇ
Apr 1, 3:00
Oct 1, 4:00
Kuwait, Riyadh, Nairobi
GMT + 03:00
Moscow, St. Petersburg, Volgograd
GMT + 03:00
ˇ
Mar, last Sun, 2:00
Oct, last Sun, 3:00
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Tehran
GMT + 03:30
ˇ
Mar, 4th Tue, 2:00
Sep, 4th Thu, 2:00
Abu Dhabi, Muscat
GMT + 04:00
Baku, Tbilisi, Yerevan
GMT + 04:00
ˇ
Mar, last Sun, 2:00
Oct, last Sun, 3:00
Kabul
GMT + 04:30
Ekaterinburg
GMT + 05:00
ˇ
Mar, last Sun, 2:00
Oct, last Sun, 3:00
Islamabad, Karachi, Tashkent
GMT + 05:00
Chennai, Mumbai, New Delhi
GMT + 05:30
Kathmandu
GMT + 05:45
Almaty, Novosibirsk
GMT + 06:00
ˇ
Mar, last Sun, 2:00
Oct, last Sun, 3:00
Astana, Dhaka, Sri Lanka
GMT + 06:00
Rangoon
GMT + 06:30
Bangkok, Hanoi, Jakarta
GMT + 07:00
Krasnoyarsk
GMT + 07:00
ˇ
Mar, last Sun, 2:00
Oct, last Sun, 3:00
Irkutsk, Ulaan Bataar
GMT + 08:00
ˇ
Mar, last Sun, 2:00
Oct, last Sun, 3:00
Beijing, Chingqing, H. K., Urumqi
GMT + 08:00
Kuala Lumpur, Perth, Singapore
GMT + 08:00
Taipei
GMT + 08:00
Osaka, Seoul, Tokyo
GMT + 09:00
Yakutsk
GMT + 09:00
ˇ
Mar, last Sun, 2:00
Oct, last Sun, 3:00
Adelaide
GMT + 09:30
ˇ
Oct, last Sun, 2:00
Mar, last Sun, 3:00
Darwin
GMT + 09:30
Brisbane, Guam, Port Moresby
GMT + 10:00
Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney
GMT + 10:00
ˇ
Oct, last Sun, 2:00
Mar, last Sun, 3:00
Hobart
GMT + 10:00
ˇ
Oct, 1st Sun, 2:00
Mar, last Sun, 3:00
Vladivostok
GMT + 10:00
ˇ
Mar, last Sun, 2:00
Oct, last Sun, 3:00
Magadan, Solomon Is.
GMT + 11:00
Auckland, Wellington
GMT + 12:00
ˇ
Oct, 1st Sun, 2:00
Mar, 3rd Sun, 2:00
Fiji
GMT + 12:00
Kamchatka
GMT + 12:00
ˇ
Mar, last Sun, 2:00
Oct, last Sun, 3:00
Anadyr
GMT + 13:00
ˇ
Mar, last Sun, 2:00
Oct, last Sun, 3:00
Nuku’alofa
GMT + 13:00
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Appendix C – Recording Table Reference (NTSC)
NTSC Recording Time (in Hour) - For Reference Only
System Storage (GB): 200
Resolution
Quality
720x480
9
(Full D1)
Average
Recording Rate (IPS)
Picture Size (KB)*
120
60
30
15
10
5
27.7
67
134
201
401
8
24.5
76
151
227
454
7
21.0
88
176
265
529
6
18.4
101
201
302
604
5
14.0
132
265
397
794
4
11.3
164
328
492
983
3
7.7
241
481
722
1443
2
5.6
331
661
992
1984
1
3.6
514 1029 1543 3086
720x240
9
13.9
67
133
266
400
799
(Half D1)
8
12.3
75
151
301
452
903
7
10.5
88
176
353
529
1058
6
9.2
101 201
403
604
1208
5
7.0
132 265
529
794
1587
4
5.7
162 325
650
975
1949
3
3.9
237 475
950
1425 2849
2
2.8
331 661 1323 1984 3968
1
1.8
514 1029 2058 3086 6173
360x240
9
7.0
67
133 266
529
794
1587
(CIF)
8
6.2
75
149 299
597
896
1792
7
5.2
88
176 353
712
1068 2137
6
4.6
101 201 403
805
1208 2415
5
3.5
132 265 529 1058 1587 3175
4
2.9
162 325 650 1277 1916 3831
3
2.0
237 475 950 1852 2778 5556
2
1.4
331 661 1323 2646 3968 7937
1
0.9
514 1029 2058 4115 6173 12346
* Average Picture Size is estimated based on typical camera scene, and averaged by H.264 I/P/P frames.
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Appendix D – Recording Table Reference (PAL)
PAL Recording Time (in Hour) - For Reference Only
System Storage (GB): 200
Resolution
Quality
720x576
9
(Full D1)
Average
Recording Rate (IPS)
Picture Size (KB)*
100
50
25
12.5
8
4
36.0
62
123
193
386
8
32.0
69
139
217
434
7
27.3
81
163
254
509
6
21.3
104
209
326
652
5
18.3
121
243
379
759
4
14.7
151
302
472
945
3
10.0
222
444
694
1389
2
7.3
304
609
951
1903
1
4.7
473
946
1478 2955
720x288
9
18.0
62
123
247
386
772
(Half D1)
8
16.0
69
139
278
434
868
7
13.6
82
163
327
511
1021
6
10.7
104 208
415
649
1298
5
9.2
121 242
483
755
1510
4
7.4
150 300
601
938
1877
3
5.0
222 444
889
1389 2778
2
3.7
300 601 1201 1877 3754
1
2.4
463 926 1852 2894 5787
360x288
9
9.0
62
123 247
494
772
1543
(CIF)
8
8.0
69
139 278
556
868
1736
7
7.2
82
163 327
654
1021 2042
6
5.7
103 206 412
823
1286 2572
5
5.0
121 242 483
966
1510 3019
4
4.0
150 300 601 1201 1877 3754
3
2.8
222 444 889 1778 2778 5556
2
2.2
292 585 1170 2339 3655 7310
1
1.4
463 926 1852 3704 5787 11574
* Average Picture Size is estimated based on typical camera scene, and averaged by H.264 I/P/P frames.
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Appendix E –Standalone DVR access via router setting
1
Access DVR Video Server from Internet
1.1
Network device connection:
The diagram below shows the connection architecture of a local network to
the Internet / WAN:
This example illustrates the connection of an ADSL Router to the ADSL
Modem (ATU-R). The ADSL has a physical IP Address (eg: 111.222.333.444),
and all the other PCs in the local network (LAN) are connected to the ADSL
Router to share the same physical IP address.
In this example, the Local IP address of the ADSL Router is 192.168.0.1 and
the local IP address of the DVR Video Server is 192.168.0.22.
1.2
Network configuration(Stream Video via IE)
Please follow the steps below to configure the network to allow the DVR Video
Server behind the Fire wall to stream the video over internet via IE.
1.3
DVR Video Server Configuration
In the DVR Video Server the user has to enable the “Web Server settings” and to
specify a port for the video streaming via IE. In the sample the port is set as “8080”
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1.4
Router Configuration
In the Router, the user has to set the port mapping for Video Server.
In this case, the port is set as 8080 and the video server local IP address is
192.168.0.22. So the user must set the port mapping 8080 to 192.168.0.22
In the picture below, we use D-Link Router (DI-524) as an example:
Note:
The configuration of different Routers could be different, please refer to the user manual
of your own Router for configuration information.
1.5
View by IE
In the previous 2 steps, the port: 8080 is mapped from the Video Server
(192.168.0.22) to the public.
This enables users to access the site remotely by typing in
“http://111.222.333.444:8080” in the IE address bar.
Please note that user must first input the username and password in order to enter
the system.
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1.6
Network configuration(Stream Video by Remote Client Software)
User can also install the Remote Client Software and use the Remote Client
Software to access the Video Server from remote sites.
1.7
Router Configuration
DVR Video Server uses ports 67, 68 to communicate with the Remote Client
Software system. Therefore users have to map the Port mentioned above from the
Video Server to the public. This example shows the mapping of 192.168.0.22 port
to the public ports of 67, 68
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Appendix F – Backup Video File
Backup video file from Standalone to USB flash drive / external DVD rewriter
Using USB flash drive:
1. Before using USB flash drive, please format it to FAT32 file system by MS-Windows;
for SD card, please format it to FAT file system.
2. Go to “Backup Device” option.
3. Select “USB Drive” option then press “Enter” button on remote control.
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The picture below will show when USB flash drive is connecting successfully to Standalone
DVR.
4. a. Press “ESC” button on remote control to exit the menu.
b. Press “Search” button on remote control.
c. Select “Search By Time” option.
5. a. Setup the backup video starting time. Press “-” or “+” button
number.
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5. b. Press “Copy” button
.
6. a. Setup the backup video finishing time.
6. b. Press “Copy” button
7. Backup icon
to start backup video.
will be shown on button right of Monitor Display.
8. The status of backup will be shown at button of Monitor Display.
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9. When Backup icon
disappear meant the backup process is completed.
*Note: If you wish to stop the video backup while the backup process is not finish.
Press “Copy” button
.
Press “Stop” button
10. Remove the USB flash drive from “Backup Device” before you unplug the USB flash drive.
Press on “Enter” button to disconnect USB flash drive.
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Now the USB flash drive is disconnected and safe to plug off from Standalone DVR.
Using external DVD rewriter:
1. Please use DVD +R/-R/ RW disc for video backup. Standalone DVR would only detect DVD
disc.
2. Go to “Backup Device” option.
3. Select “USB DVD” option then press “Enter” button.
The picture below will show when USB DVD is connecting successfully to Standalone DVR.
4. a. Press “ESC” button on remote control to exit the menu.
b. Press “Search” button on remote control.
c. Select “Search By Time” option.
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5. a. Setup the backup video starting time. Press “-” or “+” button
to change the
number.
5. b. Press “Copy” button
.
6. a. Setup the backup video finishing time.
6. b. Press “Copy” button
7. Backup icon
to start backup video.
will be shown on button right of Monitor Display.
8. The status of backup will be shown at button of Monitor Display.
9. When Backup icon
disappear meant the backup process is completed.
A popup window will appear shows “Writing to DVD disc. It may take a few minute.”
*Note: if the message below appears. Please replace with a clean DVD disc then press “Enter”
button.*
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10. Remove the USB DVD from “Backup Device” before you unplug the USB DVD.
Press on “Enter” button to disconnect USB DVD.
Playback video file from USB flash drive / external DVD rewriter on Standalone DVR.
1. Before playback video file from USB flash drive / external DVD rewriter please be sure these
devices are connected.
2. a. Press “Search” button on remote control.
b. Select “Search Archived Files” option.
3. The video file in USB flash drive / USB DVD rewriter will be shown below.
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Select Video folder then press “Enter” button.
Select a video file then press “Enter” button to playback the video.
*Note: File name explanation.
*
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Playback video file from USB flash drive / external DVD rewriter on PC / Laptop (Window
XP).
1. Insert USB flash drive / DVD disc onto PC/ Laptop.
2. Select video folder.
3. Click on
icon to playback the video.
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4. A video player will popup.
*Note: Functions explanation
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Appendix G –Frequently Asked Questions & Trouble Shooting
Question
How many users can remote access
simultaneously?
Reply
Features
Up to 6 users can logon to DVR simultaneously.
Install Standalone
HDD fail message appear (HDD 1
This message only appears when your HDD in Standalone
failed)
has not done physical formatted. *Note: V5.08 ABOVE
SUPPORTS THIS MESSAGE.*
In HDD setup the size (GB) is showing
Go to “HDD Format/Clear” function. Press “Call” button
a question mark (?).
to physical format HDD.
FORGOT PASSWORD
Please email us with the serial number which is in “Status”
option.
IR Controller not works.
Q1: Battery in IR remote controller may run out.
A1: To test out the batter you can point your IR remote
controller to one of your camera and press “Menu” button.
If the batteries aren’t run out you should see the IR
flashing in video.
Flashing
Not flashing
Change your batteries if require.
Q2: If the DVR 1- 8 IR Sensor Setup and Q1 (Remote
Controller Trouble Shooting) doesn’t work.
A2: The IR Remote Controller may be out of order. Please
contact your local dealer or supplier for new IR Remote
Controller.
Q3: If you need to access standalone DVR while your
Remote Controller is out of order.
A3: Please update your standalone DVR firmware from
our website.
Manipulate Standalone
With HDD auto overwrite setting the
0% does not delete all the recorded video. Only the oldest
alarm/ normal recording percentage will date video will be overwrite with new video.
change from 99% to 0%, does this
meant the recorded video is deleted?
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How do I start record videos?
The videos will start recording once HDD is successfully
installed and physical formatted.
How do I use Record Schedule?
Please refer to Chap 7.7.5 Scheduled Record
How do I setup PTZ camera?
Please refer to Chap 8. PTZ Control
How “covert setting” does works?
For user who login as “Supervisor” or “Operator” will not
seeing the covert videos.
Where do I change control port /
1. Go to “Network Setup”.
data port / HTTP port?
2. Go to “Adv”
*Note: default control port is 67; Data port is 68; HTTP
port is 80*.
Does email send with video?
Email only sends with event photo.
What file will FTP received?
FTP will receive the event video file.
Standalone Backup function
USB HDD/flash drive not detect
Please format USB HDD/flash drive to FAT32/FAT file
system by Microsoft system. The backup device has to be
connected by the system software
before it can be used to read/write. If it failed to connect,
please unplug the device, and then plug the device in the
USB port again.
I have connected standalone with a USB DVD backup only support DVD disc not CD disc.
DVD writer. But if I insert CD disc the
*Note: DVD+RW, DVD+R, and DVD-R are support
standalone would not detect it.
(DVD-RW is not supported.)*.
If I backup videos by smart search the
If user needs to back up videos from smart search it’s
videos are very short but when I backup recommend user to use search by time function to back up
from search by event the video seems
the specific periods.
longer?
How do I backup configuration?
Backup configuration from IE:
1. Click on “Device Config” option.
2. Click on “Properties” button.
3. Click on “Save” button. (save the configuration to a
select folder)
Backup configuration from Standalone:
1. USB flash driver must be connected by software.
2. In “Backup Device” function select Backup.
Remote Access Standalone
How do I view 2 or more Standalone
1. Click on “Device Config” option.
device in one screen layout?
2. Click on “Add” button.
3. Enter the IP address, name of device (any), login user
name and password for this device.
4. Click on “Link to 25win” layout option.
*Note: Both the device must be able to access with IE
browser*
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