08-16_User Manual_ENG_V1.0
USER MANUAL
08/16 CHANNELS
DIGITAL VIDEO RECORDER
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
To obtain the best performance and ensure device function correctly, please read this instruction
manual carefully and completely.
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
To obtain the best performance and ensure device function correctly, please read this instruction manual carefully and
completely.
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USER-INSTALLER CAUTION: YOUR AUTHORITY TO OPERATE THIS FCC VERIFIED EQUIPMENT
COULD BE VOIDED IF YOU MAKE CHANGES OR MODIFICATIONS NOT EXPRESSLY APPROVED BY THE
PARTY RESPONSIBLE FOR COMPLIANCE TO PART 15 OF THE FCC RULES.
NOTE: THIS EQUIPMENT HAS BEEN TESTED AND FOUND TO COMPLY WITH THE LIMITS FOR A
CLASS A DIGITAL DEVICE, PURSUANT TO PART 15 OF THE FCC RULES. THESE LIMITS ARE
DESIGNED TO PROVIDE REASONABLE PROTECTION AGAINST HARMFUL INTERFERENCE WHEN THE
EQUIPMENT IS OPERATED IN A COMMERCIAL ENVIRONMENT. THIS EQUIPMENT GENERATES, USES,
AND CAN RADIATE RADIO FREQUENCY ENERGY AND IF NOT INSTALLED AND USED IN
ACCORDANCE WITH THE INSTRUCTION MANUAL, MAY CAUSE HARMFUL INTERFERENCE TO RADIO
COMMUNICATIONS.
OPERATION OF THIS EQUIPMENT IN A RESIDENTIAL AREA IS LIKELY TO CAUSE HARMFUL
INTERFERENCE IN WHICH CASE THE USER WILL BE REQUIRED TO CORRECT THE INTERFERENCE AT
HIS OWN EXPENSE.
THIS CLASS A DIGITAL APPARATUS MEETS ALL REQUIREMENTS OF THE CANADIAN
INTERFERENCE-CAUSING EQUIPMENT REGULATIONS.
WARNINGS, CAUTIONS & COPYRIGHT
WARINGS
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO RAIN OR
MISTURE.
DO NOT INSERT ANY METALLIC OBJECT THROUGH VENTILATION GRILLS.
CAUTION
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK.
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK).
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
Explanation of Graphical Symbols
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the
user to the presence of insinuated "dangerous voltage" within the products enclosure that may be of
sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral rhombus is intended to alert the user to the presence of
important operating and maintenance (servicing) instruction in the literature accompanying the
product.
USERS OF THE SYSTEM ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR CHECKING AND COMPLYING WITH ALL FEDERAL,
STATE, AND LOCAL LAWS AND STATUTES COIPCERNING THE MONITORING AND RECORDING OF
VIDEO AND AUDIO SIGNALS. ULTRAK SHALL NOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR THE USE OF THIS
SYSTEM IN VIOLATION OF CURRENT LAWS AND STATUTES.
COPYRIGHT
THE TRADEMARKS MENTIONED IN THE MANUAL ARE LEGALLY REGISTERED TO THEIR RESPECTIVE
COMPANIES.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1
2
INTRODUCTION...................................................................................................................... 5
1.1
FEATURE.......................................................................................................................5
1.2
SPECIFICATION..........................................................................................................5
HARDWARE OVERVIEW...................................................................................................... 8
2.1
2.2
FRONT PANEL .............................................................................................................8
BACK PANEL..............................................................................................................10
2.3
ADVANCED AUTO SWITCH ZOOM, PTZ, COPY KEY CONTROL & USB
INFORMATION ...................................................................................................................... 11
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
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SYSTEM SETUP ..................................................................................................................... 15
3.1
MENU SETUP INTERFACE(GUI)...........................................................................15
3.2
LIVE VIEWING AND POP-UP MENU....................................................................17
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
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CAMERA & MONITOR LOOPING......................................................................... 11
EXTERAL ALARM..................................................................................................... 11
IR REMOTE CONTROL ...........................................................................................13
PTZ (PAN, TILT AND ZOOM) CAMERA ...............................................................14
CAMERA SETUP ........................................................................................................19
MOTION SETUP.........................................................................................................21
RECORD SETUP ........................................................................................................22
ALARM SETUP...........................................................................................................25
3.7
HARD DISK MANAGEMENT SETUP ....................................................................25
3.8
NETWORK SETUP ....................................................................................................27
3.9
BACKUP SETUP .........................................................................................................29
3.10 SYSTEM SETUP .........................................................................................................32
DVR PLAYBACK.................................................................................................................... 36
4.1
TIME SEARCH ...........................................................................................................37
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4.2
EVENT SEARCH ........................................................................................................37
BACKUP PLAYBACK ........................................................................................................... 39
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5.1
MAIN SCREEN SETTING.........................................................................................39
5.2
CD/DVD BACKUP PLAYBACK ...............................................................................42
5.3
USB & LOCAL BACKUP FILE PLAYBACK .........................................................43
5.4
BACKUP FILE TO AVI ..............................................................................................45
NETWORK VIEWING & PLAYBACK............................................................................... 46
6.1
6.2
6.3
7.
IP ADDRESS SETUP ON PC SITE...........................................................................46
OPTIONAL MICROSOFT INTERNET EXPLORER SETUP..............................47
LOGIN ..........................................................................................................................50
6.4
REMOTE CONTROL.................................................................................................51
6.5
CONFIGURE ...............................................................................................................56
3GPP APPLICATION & SETTING...................................................................................... 65
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APPENDIX A: RECORDING TIME LAPSE (HOURS)............................................................. 67
Half D1- 720x240.............................................................................................................................. 67
CIF-360x240 ..................................................................................................................................... 69
APPENDIX B: HDD COMPATIBLE TABLE .............................................................................. 72
APPENDIX C: ERROR MESSAGE LIST.................................................................................... 73
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1
INTRODUCTION
1.1 FEATURE
H.264 video compression.
240 PPS
Recording quality/ rate adjustment per channel available.
Support CMS (Central Management System) and 3GPP.
Audio Backup / Audio Streaming.
Graphic User Interface (GUI ).
Support time-point backup function under Ethernet remote control mode. User can
select any time period to process backup from remote side.
Support time-search & event-search function under Ethernet remote control mode.
Up to four online clients for independent remote control; individual live-time, play-back
& time-search function available.
Support PPPoE/ Static/ DHCP IP & DDNS.
Real Triplex, recording/ live-time & playback operation at the same time available.
ID function supplied from IR remote controller. User can control different DVRs at the
same time by using one IR remote controller.
1.2
SPECIFICATION
VIDEO
Triplex
MODE
CH-D2085 (8CH)
IMAGE SYSTEM
CH-D2165 (16CH)
LIVE-TIME RESOLUTION &
DISPLAY RATE
NTSC: 720x480 ; 16 × 30 Frame / Sec
SPLIT SCREEN
1, 4, 8, 9
1, 4,9,13,16
VIDEO INPUT
BNC × 8
BNC × 16
VIDEO LOOPING
BNC × 8
BNC × 16
VIDEO OUTPUT (BNC)
BNC × 1
VIDEO OUTPUT (SPOT MONITOR)
BNC x 1
VIDEO OUTPUT (S-VIDEO)
Yes
VIDEO OUTPUT (VGA)
Yes
PAL:
720×576 ; 16 × 25 Frame / Sec
AUDIO
AUDIO INPUT
RCA × 1
AUDIO OUTPUT
RCA × 1
AUDIO BACKUP
Yes
AUDIO STREAMING
Yes
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RECORDING
COMPRESSION TYPE
RECORDING RESOLUTION (HALF
D1) & RATE
NTSC
RECORDING RESOLUTION (CIF) &
RATE
NTSC
RECORDING RESOLUTION (HALF
D1) & RATE
PAL
RECORDING RESOLUTION (CIF) &
RATE
PAL
H.264
720 x 240 up to 120 FPS
360 x 240 up to 240 FPS
720 x 288 up to 100 FPS
360 x 288 up to 200 FPS
Low:
1K Bytes
Medium: 2.2K Bytes
High:
3.2K Bytes
Best:
6K Bytes
Manual / Schedule / Alarm
COMPRESSION RATE
RECORDING MODE
PLAYBACK & SEARCH
PLAYBACK SPEED
Fast Forward
X2 X4 X8
Fast Backward
X2 X4 X8
field by field Playback
Pause
TIME SEARCH
Yes
EVENT SEARCH
Yes
EVENT LIST
3000 records per H.D.D (Maximum)
OSD & CONTROL INTERFACE
TITLE
8 Characters
ON SCREEN DISPLAY & SETUP
Time / Date / Setup Menu
GRAPHIC USER INTERFACE (GUI)
Yes
DVR CONTROL PANEL
Yes
MOUSE
Yes
IR REMOTE CONTROLLER
Yes
3D / 2D Controller
Yes
IE BROWSER
Yes
PLAYER
Yes
STORAGE & BACKUP DEVICE
INTERNAL HDD SUPPORT
SATA HDD x 2
USB BACKUP
Yes
DVD RW BACKUP
Yes (DVD-RW)
NETWORK
ETHERNET
ETHERNET COMPRESSION
FORMAT
Yes
H.264
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IE REMOTE CONTROL
Yes
NTP
Yes
DDNS
Yes
E-MAIL & FTP
Yes
NETWORK IP
Static/ Dynamic/ PPPoE
MULTI-REMOTE CLIENT
Yes ( 4 Clients at the same time available)
3GPP
Yes (MPEG-4)
ALARM
ALARM INPUT
8 In
(NO/ NC)
16 In (NO/ NC)
ALARM OUTPUT
1 Out (NO/ NC)
1 Out (NO/ NC)
MOTION DETECTION
Yes
MOTION DETECTION AREA
30 x 24 grids
MOTION DETECTION SENSITIVITY
1-100
VIDEO LOSS DETECTION
Yes
ALARM RECORDING
Yes
BUZZER
Yes
SETUP & OTHER FUNCTIONS
DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME
Yes
PTZ CONTROL
Yes
RS-232
Yes
RS-485
Yes
DIGITAL ZOOM
KEY-LOCK
Yes
Three levels, one for system, one for HDD format and the
other for Network Password.
Yes
MULTI-LANGUAGE
Yes
FIRMWARE UPDATE
USB Host & Update on line
PASSWORD CONTROL
OTHERS
POWER INPUT
AC 100V~240V
POWER CONSUMPTION (W)
24W (Without HDD)
DIMENSIONS (W x H x D)
430mm (W) × 88mm (H) × 382mm (D)
WEIGHT (kg)
6.3
0 - 45 ℃
OPERATION TEMPERATURE
* SPECIFICATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
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2
HARDWARE OVERVIEW
2.1 FRONT PANEL
08-CH DVR FRONT PANEL
16-CH DVR FRONT PANEL
DVR OPERATION
NO.
LABEL
1
POWER
2
REC
3
PLAY
4
H.D.D
5
▲▼◄►
6
7
MENU
REC
8
ENTER
9
10
COPY
PB
OPERATION
Power LED Indicator
Recording LED Indicator
Play LED Indicator
H.D.D LED Indicator
Button Of Controller.
Button Of Switching Channel.
PTZ
UP, DOWN,
LEFT &
RIGHT
Press MENU to entry or exit main menu
Press REC to start recording. Press again to stop
Press ENTER button to make choose or move cursor
forward or make confirm in MENU system
Backup video or picture to USB or CDRW
Narrow key
Playback for TIME SEARCH or EVENT LIST.
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11
12
13
14
AUTO
STATUS
LIVE
ZOOM
15
SEL
16
17
18
1-8 / 1-16
CDRW
/
Press AUTO to switch channel by channel automatically
Display the status of H.D.D. and USB devise
Zoom button
Live viewing
Zooming
Press this button to select the different assembled of
camera formats.
Press the button to display full screen.
Slot for CDRW
USB or Mouse connector
SHUTTLE:
SHUTTLE
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SHUTTLE
&
JOG
JOG
FAST FORWARD ×2 ×4 ×6 ×8
FAST BACKWARD ×2 ×4 ×6 ×8
JOG:
PICTURE BY PICTURE PLAYBACK
○
IR Sensor for remote control
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Note: 1. User can select camera by using the channel keys on DVR front panel. For
example, user can press “+10” key and then press “6” key to see the 16th
channel camera image.
2. Under the Full and 16 split screen condition, press SELECT button to switch
AUDIO ON/OFF.
3. Please plug in the supplied mouse to DVR mouse connector before turn on the
DVR. DO NOT REMOVE and PLUG IN the supplied mouse while DVR is
operating.
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2.2
BACK PANEL
08-CH DVR BACK PANEL
16-CH DVR BACK PANEL
OPERATION
NO.
LABEL
1
VIDEO OUTPUT
Video output with BNC connector.
2
VIDEO INPUT
Video input with BNC connector.
3
POWER
Power switcher: AC100V~AC240V / 47-63Hz input.
4
VGA D-SUB OUT
Connect to CRT or LCD monitor.
5
ETHERNET
RJ-45 connector for network.
6
ALARM
25 pin D-Sub connector for Alarm input/ output.
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AUDIO OUT
Audio output.
8
AUDIO IN
Audio input.
9
RS-232 / RS-485
9 pin D-Sub connector for external control unit.
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SPOT
SPOT video output.
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MONITOR OUT
Video output with S-Video connector.
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MONITOR OUT
Video output with BNC connector.
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FAN
Cooling fan.
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2.3
ADVANCED AUTO SWITCH ZOOM, PTZ, COPY KEY CONTROL & USB
INFORMATION
AUTO SWITCH : In the split screen mode, use the “AUTO” key in the front panel to
enable auto switch function. Moreover, press “AUTO” key again to
disable it.
ZOOM :In the full screen mode, user can use “ZOOM” button on the front panel to
perform ZOOM function. Press ▲▼◄►, located on the front panel, to move
the zoom window.
PTZ : When camera supported PTZ function, user can use “PTZ” button, located on the
front panel, to perform PTZ function. Press ▲▼◄► to select and change setup
value.
COPY : Within the playback mode, press “COPY” button to start backup record and
press “COPY” again to end backup. The user can see the backup image approx.
3 ~5 sec.
USB INFORMATION: Within the LIVE VIEWING, press “ENTER” key in the front
panel will present the USB information. (NOTE: Please
confirm that USB Device has plugged into DVR.)
2.4
CAMERA & MONITOR LOOPING
Here recommend link cameras by sequence to avoid unexpected image broken, from CH1,
CH2, CH3, CH4…….
2.5
EXTERAL ALARM
There are three types of alarms that the system can be configured to handle. They are
Motion detection Alarm, External Alarm and Video Loss Alarm.
A. Motion detection Alarm and External Alarm:
When motion detection or External Alarm was triggered, there are 5 possible actions
will be taken.
a. Changes recording speed as alarm recording speed.
b. Monitor will display corresponding full screen alarm channel, it will switch
automatic mode to manual mode if buttons pressing activity occurred in 5 seconds.
c. Relays can be activated by motion detection or external alarm when turning on.
d. External alarm will be recorded in the event list. Motion detection can be set to yes
or no.
e. The camera title will be transformed into color of yellow when motion is happening,
“ALARM” text will show up when external alarm is triggered.
B. Video Loss Alarm:
The default setting of Video Loss alarm is enabled and cannot be changed. Although
buzzer action can be disabled, an ALM record will still be added to the Event List that
indicates the precise time of video loss.
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C.25 PIN D-Sub connector is used for external alarm input. It will accept TTL/CMOS
type trigger signals where the 16ch DVR alarm inputs will be set by signal polarity. It
also accepts contact type devices. For example, N.O. relay input, the Alarm Polarity
should set to LOW in the ALARM SETUP menu. For N.C. relay input, the Alarm
Polarity should set to HIGH in the ALARM SETUP menu.
Connector pins 1-16 are for TTL/CMOS compatible alarm signals or for connect one side
of the contact type devices. Connector pins 20-21 are for input signal grounding or the
remaining side of the contact type devices.
The alarm hold input accept TTL/COMS alarm signal as well as contract device. The
connector pin 22 connected to Alarm Reset. The Alarm Reset signal return connects to
ground pin (pin 20-21).
Alarm output is Relay Type, Pin 24 is Normal Close and Pin 25 is Normal Open. These
outputs can be used to control external devices.
D-SUB25
PIN
1-16
17-19
20, 21
22
23
24
25
DEFINE
Alarm 1-Alarm 16 Camera alarm input
N/A
GND (Connecting to Ground, Alarm Input)
Alarm Reset
Relay COM (Alarm Output)
Alarm output, N.C.
Alarm output, N.O.
EXAMPLE 1: Connect with PIR (Passive Infrared) device from ALARM1 INPUT.
EXAMPLE 2: A Normal off (Normal Open) alarm siren at Alarm Output.
EX1
EX2
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2.6
IR REMOTE CONTROL
ITEM
REC
AUTO
SEL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
AUTO
SEL
Press AUTO to switch channel by channel
automatically.
Press this button to select the different assembled of
camera formats or perform PTZ functions. Moreover,
under the 16 split screen and full screen modes, press
this button for switching Audio ON/ OFF.
.REC
Press REC to start recording & again to stop.
1-16
Press the button to select the channel for full screen.
MODE
Fast backward
PB
ID
Picture by picture backward play
ZOOM
MENU
STOP
Picture by picture forward play
Fast forward
Play video forward
MODE
Split Screen Switch
ID
**ID setup to control DVRs
▲
Switch split screen & Move upward or increase.
►
Switch split screen & Move right or increase.
▼
Switch split screen & Move downward or decrease.
◄
Switch split screen & Move left or decrease.
To enter item or make choose.
MENU
To into or exit main menu
STOP
Stop play and playback
**Each DVR can setup its own ID number. The user can control DVR via remote controller by pressing ID
button first and then ID number of DVR and ID button again of remote controller.
For example, if DVR is set to 1, the user has to press ID button+ 1+ ID button again of remote controller to
control this DVR.
**Click ID button first and then number 99 and ID button again to control multi-DVR(s) on the same time.
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2.7 PTZ (PAN, TILT AND ZOOM) CAMERA
Following diagram for DVR connect between PTZ camera & joystick controller, for DVR to
control PTZ camera please make sure the CAMERA ID, BANDRATE (default at 9600 bps)
and RS-485 cable.
Up to 128 ID
Up to 16CH
Up to 16CH
R+ R- T+ T-
R+ R- T+ T-
Dome Cam 4
CH 4
ID 4
Dome Cam 4
CH 4
ID 4
D0+ D0- D1+ D1-
A B A B
Dome Cam 3
CH 3
ID 3
Dome Cam 2
CH 2
ID 2
Dome Cam 3
CH 3
ID 3
0 1 0 1
Dome Cam 2
CH 2
ID 2
D0+ D0- D1+ D1-
Dome Cam 1
CH 1
ID 1
R+ R- T+ T-
Dome Cam 3
ID 3
Up to 128 ID
A B A B
D+ D- D+ D-
Dome Cam 2
ID 2
D+ D- D+ D-
Dome Cam 1
CH 1
ID 1
A B A B
DVR 1
ID 1
DVR 2
ID 2
Dome Cam 1
ID 1
Up to 32 ID
DATA+
DATA-
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SYSTEM SETUP
3.1 MENU SETUP INTERFACE(GUI)
A.
CAMERA SET
B.
MOTION SETUP
C.
RECORD SETUP
D.
ALARM SETUP
E.
HARD DISK SETUP
F.
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NETWORK SETUP
G.
BACKUP SETUP
H.
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SYSTEM SETUP
3.2
LIVE VIEWING AND POP-UP MENU
NOTE:
:The pop-up menu can be activated by moving the mouse cruise to the bottom
of the live viewing screen.
A.
GUI MENU BAR
With live viewing mode, press this button to get into the GUI menu.
B.
DISK INFORMATION
With live viewing mode, press this button to display disk information.
C.
DIGITAL ZOOM
In the live full screen mode, left-click the button of the mouse to pull a range to zoom
in or zoom out the image. User can right-click the button of the mouse to disable this
function. (NOTE: Using the mouse to operate digital zoom can zoom in to max. 16
times.) Moreover, user can also use ZOOM key on the front panel to perform this
function. (First, click ZOOM Key and then click ▲▼◄► key to select zoom in or
zoom out position. Finally, click ENTER key to complete the setting. Moreover, click
ZOOM Key again can disable digital zoom function. Using the panel key to perform
zoom in function is fixed at 2 times.)
D.
PTZ CONTROLLER
Within live-viewing mode, Clicks this button to get into the PTZ setup menu. User
can also use PTZ key on the front panel to perform this function. Moreover, user can
right-click the button of the mouse or press the PTZ key on the front panel again to
exit PTZ Setup.
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NOTE:
: Only for the camera supported PTZ function.
PTZ CONTROL
Under PTZ control mode, press
into PTZ setup menu.
User can also press the “MENU”
key on the DVR front panel to get
into PTZ setup menu.
Press
to process Preset Point
setup and press ■ to exit setting
To process AUTO function.
,
,
/
,
Zoom In (“
Direction key
” Key)/Out (“
” Key) key
PTZ SETUP MENU
LEFT-RIGHT SPEED: Use the mouse wheel to change the left-right speed.
UP-DOWN SPEED: Use the mouse wheel to change the up-down speed.
AUTO SPEED: Use the mouse wheel to change the auto patrol speed.
BAUD RATE: Use the mouse wheel to change the BAUD rate.
PROTOCOL: Use the mouse wheel to change the connection protocol
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3.3
E.
AUDIO CONTROL
Press this button to turn the audio on or off。
F.
DISPLAY CONTROL
Within live-viewing or playback mode, use display control to switch the camera
channel.
G.
RECORD AND PLAYBACK CONTROL
Same as front panel controller and remote controller.
CAMERA SETUP
Press ▲ or ▼ to select items.
Press ◄ or ► to change values.
Press SET to see more options.
A. CAMERA
Press ◄ or ►/ mouse wheel to switch channels.
B. VIDEO ADJUST
B-1. CONTRAST
Press ◄ or ►/ mouse wheel to change contrast level.
B-2. BRIGHTNESS
Press ◄ or ►/ mouse wheel to change brightness level.
B-3. HUE
Press ◄ or ►/ mouse wheel to change HUE level.
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B-4. COLOR
Press ◄ or ►/ mouse wheel to change color level.
B-5. SHAPRNESS
Press ◄ or ►/ mouse wheel to change sharpness level.
C. CAMERA TITLE
Use mouse to select and change character.
D. DISPLAY
Press ◄ or ► to/ mouse wheel change value for the corresponding camera would be
displayed on the screen or not.
E. DWELL TIME
Press ◄ or ►/ mouse wheel to ON/OFF auto switch and the switch sec..
F. PTZ SETUP
LEFT-RIGHT SPEED: Use the mouse wheel to change the left-right speed.
UP-DOWN SPEED: Use the mouse wheel to change the up-down speed.
AUTO SPEED: Use the mouse wheel to change the auto patrol speed.
BAUD RATE: Use the mouse wheel to change the BAUD rate。
PROTOCOL: Use the mouse wheel to change the connection protocol.
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3.4
MOTION SETUP
Press ▲ or ▼ to select items.
Press ◄ or ► to change values.
Press SET to see more options.
A. CAMERA
Press ◄ or ►/ mouse wheel to switch channels.
B. MOTION DETECT
Press ◄ or ►/ mouse wheel to change value for motion detect function.
C. BUZZER
Press ◄ or ►/ mouse wheel to change value for buzzer while motion detected.
D. SENSITIVITY
Press ◄ or ►/ mouse wheel to change sensitivity value from 001 (minimum) to 100
(maximum).
E. AREA SETUP
1. Press SET to enter Motion Area Setting. (Note: The default setting of all area is
“MOTION ON”.)
2. Use the mouse to select which block is needed.
The green area shows the area
without motion detection.
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3. Left-Click the mouse to see more options or exit the setup.
SELECT: Cancel the selected
area.
CLEAR: Select the area without
motion detection.
EXIT: Exit the motion detection
setup.
3.5
RECORD SETUP
Press ▲ or ▼ to select items.
Press ◄ or ► to change
values.
Press SET to see more options.
A. RESOULTION
Press ◄ or ►/ mouse wheel to switch record resolution.
720 x 240 (NTSC)/ 720 x 288 (PAL).
360 x 240 (NTSC)/ 360 x 288 (PAL).
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B. NORMAL RECORD PPS
Press SET to change the PPS in normal recording. User can click “AVERAGE” to set
PPS automatically by system or change the PPS for each channel manually.
Record Resolution: 720 × 240 ( NTSC ) / 720 × 288 ( PAL )
Record Resolution: 360 × 240 ( NTSC ) / 360 × 288 ( PAL )
C. ALARM RECORD PPS
Press SET to change the PPS in alarm recording. User can click “AVERAGE” to set
PPS automatically by system or change the PPS for each channel manually.
Record Resolution: 720 × 240 ( NTSC ) / 720 × 288 ( PAL )
Record Resolution: 360 × 240 ( NTSC ) / 360 × 288 ( PAL )
D. ALARM RECORD DURATION
Press ◄ or ► to set dwell time of alarm recording.
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E. RECORD QUALITY
Press SET to switch image quality of each channel (720 × 240 ( NTSC ) / 720 × 288
( PAL )) or each two channels (360 × 240 ( NTSC ) / 360 × 288 ( PAL )). User can use
mouse wheel to change the image quality of each single channel: LOW/ MEDIUM/
HIGH/ BEST, or use “AVERAGE” to switch the image quality of all channels at once.
Record Resolution: 720 × 240 ( NTSC ) / 720 × 288 ( PAL )
Record Resolution: 360 × 240 ( NTSC ) / 360 × 288 ( PAL )
F. RECORD MODE
Press ◄ or ► to switch record mode to ALWAYS/ MOTION/ SCHEDULE / OFF.
G. AUDIO RECORD
Press ◄ or ► to switch AUDIO RECORD ON or OFF.
H. SCHEDULE SETUP
Press SET to get into schedule setup menu。
1. Use mouse to select schedule day/ time/ mode.
2. Click
to save change and exit.
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3.6
ALARM SETUP
Press ▲ or ▼ to select items.
Press ◄ or ► to change values.
Press SET to see more options.
A. EXT. ALARM MODE
Select N.C for “normal close” alarm input, or select N.O for “normal open” alarm
input.
B. ALARM DISPLAY MODE
Press ◄ or ►/ mouse wheel to change value for ALARM DISPLAY MODE with full
screen.
C. VIDEO LOSS DETECT
Press ◄ or ►/ mouse wheel to switch VIDEO LOSS ALARM ON or OFF.
D. EVENT LOG SETUP
Press SET to change value for MOTION EVENT / VIDEO LOSS EVENT to ON /
OFF.
E. BUZZER TIME SETUP
Press SET to set dwell time of BUZZER/ ALARM.
F. RELAY TIME SETUP
Press SET to set dwell time of RELAY.
3.7
HARD DISK MANAGEMENT SETUP
Press ▲ or ▼ to select items.
Press ◄ or ► to change values.
Press SET to see more options.
A. OVERWRITE MODE
Press ◄ or ► to change value OVERWRITE MODE ON or OFF.
B. CAPACITY WARNING (When Overwrite Mode is OFF, Capacity Warning will
enable)
Press ◄ or ► to change value to 20/ 15/ 10 or 5% with non-overwrite mode. When
LEFT RATIO is below the setting, it will enable AUDIBLE ALARM (If AUDIBLE
ALARM of BUZZER of ALARM SETUP is ON).
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C. HDD INFORMATION
Press SET to display HDD information.
D. HDD FORMAT SETUP
D-1. HDD PASSWORD PROTECT
Press ◄ or ►/ mouse wheel to change value for hard disk format password
protection.
D-2. HDD PASSWORD
Press SET then use mouse to change password.
Default password: 1111
D-3. HDD FORMAT
Press SET to get into FORMAT setup.
Press YES or NO to execute.
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3.8
NETWORK SETUP
Press ▲ or ▼ to select items.
Press ◄ or ► to change values.
Press SET to see more options.
A. IP MODE
Press ▲ or ▼ to select items and ◄ or ►/ mouse wheel to change to STATIC IP or
DHCP.
B. HTTP PORT
Press ▲ or ▼ to select items and ◄ or ►/ mouse wheel to change WEB PAGE
PORT.
C. IP ADDR
Press ▲ or ▼ to select items and SET to change IP ADDRESS.
D. NETMASK
Press ▲ or ▼ to select items and SET to change SUBNET MASK.
E. GATEWAY
Press ▲ or ▼ to select items and SET to change Default GATEWAY.
F. DNS1
Press ▲ or ▼ to select items and SET to change DNS.
G. DNS2
Press ▲ or ▼ to select items and SET to change OTHER DNS.
H. PPPoE
H-1. PPPoE SETTING
Press◄ or ►/ mouse wheel to ENABLE / DISABLE PPPoE.
H-2. USER NAME
Use mouse to setup user name for ADSL account.
H-3. PASSWORD
Use mouse to setup password for ADSL account.
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H-4. STATE
Press SET to display status of PPPoE。
I. DDNS SETUP
:Press◄ or ►/ mouse wheel to set DDNS ENABLE /
I-1.DDNS SETTING:
DISABLE.
I-2 PROVIDER:
:Press◄ or ►/ mouse wheel to select DDNS provider.
I-3 USER NAME:
:Press SET to setup user name.
I-4 UPDATE SCHEDULE:
: Use SET to dwell time of updating schedule.
I-5 STATE:
:Press SET to display status of DDNS。
J. RTSP SETUP
J-1. RTSP PORT: Press SET to setup RTSP port. The default value is 554.
J-2. RTP START PORT: Press SET to setup RTP start port.
J-3. RTP END PORT: Press SET to setup RTP end port.
J-4. VIDEO QUALITY: Press◄ or ►/ mouse wheel to select video quality. There are
BEST, HIGH, STANDARD, MEDIUM & LOW five options.
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3.9
BACKUP SETUP
NOTE: *For function stability, Ethernet remote control function (IE) will be
stopped when processing backup function.
*USB DEVICE BACKUP : 3.2MB/ per sec.
A. USB BACKUP
Due to each USB device with different USB driver ICs, their compatibilities differ, too.
This system is compatible with most of USB flash memory. If there is compatible
issue, please refer to APPENDIX B. In addition, please format USB flash memory
with FAT32.
BEFORE BACKUP
A. In live viewing mode, insert USB device into a USB port of the DVR.
B. Get into playback mode by PLAY TIME SEARCH or EVENT LIST SEARCH and
play back videos that are going to be as backup.
VIDEO BACKUP
to start backup and press
In multiplexer or full screen mode, press
backup. The system will backup automatically.
to end
PICTURE BACKUP
In multiplexer or full screen mode, press ► and press
backup picture by picture.
USB BACKUP MENU
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. The system will start
User can use the mouse wheel to change the backup Start/ End time。
Click
to start backup, the total process will be shown on screen.
BACKUP FILE NAME
Each backup file will be named as START TIME.
EXAMPLE: 174624.264 is 17:46:24
AFTER BACKUP
After backup, the system will copy “R6VIEWER.EXE” automatically on USB device
for the user to play back backup file.
B. CD/DVD BACKUP
BEFORE BACKUP
Please insert a blank CD or DVD into the CD or DVD /RW.
Note: Please DO NOT use blank CD to backup records while using DVD/RW.
CD/DVD BACKUP MENU
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User can use the mouse wheel to change the backup Start/ End time.
Click
to start backup.
BACKUP FILE NAME
Each backup file will be named as START TIME.
EXAMPLE: 03311041.264 is March 31st 10:41
AFTER BACKUP
After backup, the system will copy “R6VIEWER.EXE” automatically on USB device
for the user to play back backup file.
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3.10
SYSTEM SETUP
Press ▲ or ▼ to select items.
Press ◄ or ► to change values.
Press SET to see more options.
A. DATE / TIME SETUP
Press SET to set DATE / TIME.
A-1. TIME
Use mouse wheel to change DATE/ TIME.
A-2. DATE FORMAT
Use mouse wheel to change DATE. There are DD/MM/YYYY, YYYY/MM/DD
and MM/DD/YYYY three modes.
A-3. NTP MODE
Use mouse wheel to change NTP. When NTP is enable, use SET to change
SERVER IP and use ◄ or ►/ mouse wheel to change GMP and UPDATE
TIME.
B. SPOT MONITOR SETUP
There are FULL SWITCH、QUAD SWITCH and OFF options for spot monitor
display.
FULL SWITCH MODE
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QUAD SWITCH MODE
C. SYSTEM TYPE
Press ◄ or ►/ mouse wheel to change the system type.
D. KEYBOARD LOCK
Press ◄ or ►/ mouse wheel to switch ON/ OFF. There are OFF, TYPE 1 and TYPE 2
three options.
OFF:UNLOCK.
TYPE 1: Only can switch split screen and full screen. The user can operate AUTO
and MENU functions as well. However, the password has to be filled in to
implement playback mode.
TYPE 2: LOCK (Except MENU button). The password has to be filled in to
implement playback mode.
After KEYBOARD LOCK mode setup, please set up PASSWORD
Without password, un-authorized users could access into SYSTEM SETUP and make
changes of settings easily.
E. ID NUMBER
Press ◄ or ►/ mouse wheel to change values.
ID NUMBER is required to make difference of each DVR.
F. DISPLAY SETUP
Press SET to ENABLE or DISABLE display of CAMERA TITLE / DVR STATUS /
DATE / TIME.
G. LANGUAGE
Press ◄ or ► to change on-screen-display (OSD) language.
H. PASSWORD PROTECTION
Press ▲ or ▼ to select items and ◄ or ► to change values.
Default password: 1111.
I. FIRMWARE UPDATE
Press YES to start firmware update. After updated, the DVR will reboot automatically.
At this moment, please do not turn off the DVR manually.
NOTE: 1. Please format USB flash memory with FAT32.
2. For function stability, we suggest user to STOP recording function
before processing firmware update function.
J. LOAD DEFAULT
Press SET button to entry CONFIGURE SET screen. There are LOAD SETUP FROM
DEFAULT, LOAD SETUP FROM USB and BACKUP SETUP TO USB three parts.
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J-1. LOAD SETUP FROM DEFAULT: Press SET button to load the setting back to
factory default.
J-2. LOAD SETUP FROM USB: Press SET button to load the pen drive setting to the
current DVR.
J-3. BACKUP SETUP TO USB: Press SET button to backup the current DVR setting
into pen drive.
K. DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME SETUP
Press ◄ or ►/ mouse wheel to change the DAYLIGHT MODE option: Disable,
Manual and Auto.
K-1. MANUAL MODE
Use SET
to change the Day Light Saving start and end time.
Press ◄ or ►/ mouse wheel to change DELAY TIME
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K-2. AUTO MODE
Press ◄ or ►/ mouse wheel to change CITY option. Different CITY will have
different START, END and DELAY TIME.
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4
DVR PLAYBACK
Click the playback button on the pop-up
menu.
Note: the pop-up menu can be activated
by moving the mouse cruise to the
bottom of the live viewing screen.
Note: Under playback mode, it will output sound when switch to full screen mode.
Live-Time Image
Note: Under 13 split screen mode, user can see the live-time image from the middle
channel and select the channel number by using mouse wheel.
A.
DISK INFORMATION
With playback mode, press this button to display disk and pen drive information.
B.
RECORD BACKUP
With playback mode, press this button to backup record (.264 video backup) and press
this button again to finish backup. For performing the single image backup (.Y42 single
image backup), press
first and then click this button to backup the necessary image.
C.
AUDIO CONTROL
Press this button to turn the audio on or off
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D.
DISPLAY CONTROL
Within playback mode, use display control to switch the camera channel.
E.
RECORD AND PLAYBACK CONTROL
Same as front panel controller and remote controller.
4.1
TIME SEARCH
Double click Left button of mouse to trigger play time search.
Please set the start and end time to search.
4.2
EVENT SEARCH
Double click Left button of mouse to trigger event search.
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Please select the event to playback。
Moreover, use TYPE and CHANNEL two options to perform the advanced search. As the
following image,
NOTE: Display the type of the event as follows.
POWER
V.LOSS
If the DVR got power loss, it will record the date and time of
rebooting.
If REC. button has been pressed, it will record the date and time in the
event list.
When a camera signal is lost, it will record the date, time, and
ALARM
corresponding channel. Moreover, the
icon will display on the
corresponding channel.
When ALARM is triggered, it will record the date, time, and
RECORD
MOTION
corresponding channel. Moreover, the
icon will display on the
corresponding channel.
When MOTION is detected, it will record the date, time, and
corresponding channel. Moreover, the
icon will display on the
corresponding channel.
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5
BACKUP PLAYBACK
SYSTEM REQUIREMENT
CPU: Intel Celeron 1.6G
MEMORY: 256MB.
VGA: 32MB
VGA RESOLUTION: 1024 x 768.
OS: Windows XP / 2000
SUGGESTED REQUIREMENT
CPU:Intel P4 2.8G
MEMORY:512MB or above
VGA:64MB or above
VGA RESOLUTION:1024 x 768
OS: Windows XP / 2000
NETWORK BANDWIDTH: Upload Speed is 256kbps or above
5.1
MAIN SCREEN SETTING
A. MAIN SCREEN
Play
Pause
Open File
Channel Selected
Save as AVI
Time & Event Search
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B. HDD PLAY
Play about all the data from the Hard disk of DVR or perform the specific Time and
Event Search to play.
Note: Unload the DVR HDD first and connect to the PC to play the HDD. DVR
software
(R6Viewer.exe) can get from USB Playback, DVD-RW
Playback and “Player” within “Others” blank of Network viewing.
B-1. TIME SEARCH
Insert search Date and Time and then click
film.
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to play all the searched
B-2. EVENT SEARCH
It will display all the events which are reserved within the DVR HDD after
(Shown in the following) and double click left button of mouse
press
to trigger event.
(R6 Viewer.exe) can play not only DVR H.D.D. but also the *.264
and *.Y42 files which are reserved within the data storage devices. (i.e. CD/DVD
disc, pen drive and the PC H.D.D which the data backup from DVR H.D.D)
C. File (*.264) Play
D. File (*.Y42) Play
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5.2 CD/DVD BACKUP PLAYBACK
A. Insert the CD/DVD disk into CD/DVD ROM, the software will auto pop out, and select
"Load File" and pick up the file.
B. Press “Play” button to play the video.
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5.3
USB & LOCAL BACKUP FILE PLAYBACK
A. Plug the USB disk into PC or check the local backup folder.
If using USB mode, please double click the player.exe from the pop-up diagram. (As
below)
B. The play backup program would appear on the screen, select "Load File".
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C. Open the USB disk located driver letter. (Example E:) or the local backup folder, and
pick the file to playback.
The backup file will named as the time when backup, as like:
170319.264 will be 17:03:19
D. Press the play icon to play the video or still picture.
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5.4
BACKUP FILE TO AVI
A. Please select specific channel to backup.
B. During video playback mode please press AVI bottom
C. Make up a filename and path than press
D. Press AVI bottom
to finish backup.
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to start.
bottom to start AVI backup.
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NETWORK VIEWING & PLAYBACK
SYSTEM REQUIREMENT
CPU: Intel Celeron 1.6G
MEMORY: 256MB.
VGA: 32MB
VGA RESOLUTION: 1024 x 768.
OS: Windows XP / 2000
SUGGESTED REQUIREMENT
CPU: Intel P4 2.8G
MEMORY:512MB or above
VGA:64MB or above
VGA RESOLUTION:1024 x 768
OS: Windows XP / 2000
NETWORK BANDWIDTH: Upload Speed is 256kbps or above
6.1 IP ADDRESS SETUP ON PC SITE
Install cameras inside in LAN or use network cable to connect with PC. This is for
IPInstallerEng.exe to set up IP address of cameras. If OS is Windows XP SP2 or above,
the following Windows Security Alert will popup. Then, please click on Unblock.
Then, IPInstallerEng.exe will popup:
DVR default IP address is 192.168.1.220
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NOTE: Please input correct network parameters without blank spaces.
On Device Lists, it lists all servers. Click on one server and then its IP setting will show
on the right side. After editing the parameters and clicking on Submit, the following
dialogue box will popup. And, it will reboot the device with new parameters.
6.2 OPTIONAL MICROSOFT INTERNET EXPLORER SETUP
OPTION 1: DISABLE ACTIVEX WARNING
A. IE Tools Internet Options Security Custom Level Security Settings Download unsigned ActiveX controls Enable or Prompt (recommend).
B. IE Tools Internet Options Security Custom Level Security Settings Initialize and script ActiveX controls not marked as safe Enable or Prompt
(recommend).
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1
2
3
4
5
Above three options are all based on select as the prompt.
As indicated in the dialogue box. Please select "YES."
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OPTION 2: ADD TO TRUSTED SITES
IE Tools Internet Options Security Trusted sites Sites
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6.3 LOGIN
A. INSTALL ACTIVEX
B.
START INSTALL ACTIVEX
C.
ACCOUNT & PASSWORD LOGIN
After IP setup and connect to network or LAN, type IP address on IE Browser
directly. The following User name & Password Login window will popup.
Default user name: admin
Default password: admin
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6.4 REMOTE CONTROL
LIVE VIEWING
DVR Configuration
PTZ Control
System Time
Play Back
Screen Format
REC
Full Screen
Time-Point Backup
A. DVR Configuration
Get into DVR network menu.
B. PTZ Control
PTZ control function panel
Direction Keys
PTZ Zoom in/out
Auto Pan Function
Preset Point
Setup
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Up to 32 preset points
for operation
C. SYSTEM TIME
Live viewing mode: The current live viewing time.
D. SCREEN FORMAT
Switch screen format and click twice to switch different channels with full screen.
E.
Full Screen. Click again to return.
F.
REC. Videos are saved as AVI file.
G.
Playback
H.
Click
Time-Point Backup
,
and playback window will popup
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PLAYBACK by TIME SEARCH & EVENT SEARCH
Playback Time
Time Search
HDD Select
Event Search
A. HDD Select
User can select HDD1 or HDD2 for playback
B. Playback Time
User can select the time then press “Time Search” for playback.
C. Time Search
User can select the time then press “Time Search” for playback.
D. Event Search
User can select event item by pressing “Event Search” for playback.
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Click
to operate Time-Point backup.
TIME-POINT BACKUP
First, select Start and End backup time which have to among the Record Time.
Then, click Save button to select the position on PC where the user is going to backup the data.
After that, press OK button to start the backup.
Finally, double-click the left button of the mouse to open the saved backup file. The backup file
will named as the time when start to backup, such as,
(20080526113258.264) will be 2008/05/26 11:32:58.
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OTHER FUNCTIONS
User can use other functions by clicking the left of mouse
A. Snapshot:
User can save any single picture from image.
B. Performance:
User can select image quality (high, medium & low).
C. Use Overlay:
User can use Overlay function.
D. Play audio:
User can play audio function by channel.
Note: remote user can receive audio from DVR & the audio will be saved with image
when processing video backup.
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6.5 CONFIGURE
A. System - System Information
A-1 SYSTEM INFORMATION
SERVER NAME: This name will show on the IP Installer.
:There are English, Traditional Chinese, and Simplified
LANUGAGE:
Chinese.
A-2 NTP Setting
NTP SERVER: Revise the time of DVR via different NTP Server.
Note: Time zone and Interval cannot adjust in here (User can adjust both in
DATE and TIME SETUP option of DVR Menu).
B. SYSTEM – USER MANAGEMENT
User Management provides 3 levels of limits of authority: Administrator (the
highest), User, and Guest.
Administrator: Possessing the highest level of authority to operate full functions
within network.
User: Having Live Image and Video Playback authority. Moreover, PTZ controlled
is included as well.
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Guest: Only have Live Image authority.
Default administrator account:
Username: admin
Password: admin
B-1 ANONYMOUS USER LOGIN:
YES: Accept anonymous user login without password as guest login.
NO: Anonymous login unacceptable.
B-2 USER MANAGEMENT:
Add: Input Username and Password and then click on Add/Set to save.
Modify: Click on selected User name on User List and the following window
will popup. After inputting Password and Confirm Password, click on
OK.
Remove: Click on selected User name on the user list and click on Remove.
C. SYSTEM / SYSTEM UPDATE
Click on the “Browse” button to select the latest firmware and then press “Upgrade”
button to upgrade the firmware.
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D. NETWORK – IP SETTING
D-1
IP ASSIGNMENT
DHCP: In Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) mode, DHCP
server will get setting done automatically.
STATIC IP: Please input IP address, Subnet Mask, and Gateway based on
network environment.
D-2
PORT ASSIGNEMENT
With IP Share (Router), the following Ports needed to be adjusted in case of
conflict.
E. NETWORK – PPPoE
E-1 PPPoE SETTING
Click on Enabled to enable ADSL dial function.
Username: Username for ADSL account.
Password: Password for ADSL account.
After dialed successfully, new IP address will appear.
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E-2 SEND MAIL AFTER DIALED
Click on Enabled to enable SEND MAIL AFTER DIALED function.
E-3 SUBJECT
Mail subject.
F. NETWORK / DDNS SETTING
Click on Enabled to enable DDNS function.
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F-1 DYNDNS.ORG
DDNS SETTING - DYNDNS.ORG
PROVIDER: Select dyndns.org
HOSTNAME: The registered hostname in DYNDNS.ORG.
USERNAME: The registered username in DYNDNS.ORG.
PASSWORD: The registered password in DYNDNS.ORG.
SCHEDULE UPDATE: A period of time to update IP address.
STATE
1. Updating: Information update.
2. Idle: Stop service.
3. DDNS registered successfully, now log by
http://<username>.ddns.camddns.com: Registered successfully.
4. Updating Failed, the name is already registered.
5. Updating Failed, please check your internet connection.
F-2 DDNS.CAMNNDS.COM
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DDNS SETTING – DDNS.CAMDDNS.COM
PROVIDER: Select ddns.camddns.com
USERNAME: The registered username in DDNS.CAMDDNS.COM.
SCHEDULE UPDATE: A period of time to update IP address.
STATE
1. Updating: Information update.
2. Idle: Stop service.
3. DDNS registered successfully, now log by
http://<username>.ddns.camddns.com: Registered successfully.
4. Updating Failed, the name is already registered.
5. Updating Failed, please check your internet connection.
DDNS Setting Steps:
Press
1
○
“ENABLE” option to enable DDNS function and select
2
○
“ddns.camddns.com” of the provider drop down list which is suggested to use. In
the following, insert
3
○
the username which the user wants to apply
(i.e. DVR_GODDNS in here). After that, click
4
○
“Apply” button to apply a
DDNS domain name.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Finally, the DVR domain name○
5 (http://DVR_GODDNS.ddns.camddns.com)
will be shown on the state block.
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5.
NOTE: 1. If the user selects another provider which is ddns2.ydsdvr.com, all of the setting
steps are the same with ddns.camddns.com setting.
2. However, if dyndns.org provider is selected, please go to www.dyndns.org website
to register the account first. The user has to fill in the username, password and
hostname for applying the account. After the user applied the account successfully,
the dyndns.org will give the user a complete DDNS domain name.
3. If setting up IP schedule update too frequently, the IP may be blocked. In general,
schedule update every day (1440 minutes) is recommended.
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G.
NETWORK / Mail & FTP
Click on “Motion” or “Alarm” option to enable Mail Setting and FTP Setting
function.
Mail Server: The IP address of Mail Server (i.e. mail.huntelec.com.tw).
Username: The username while log in to the mail server.
Password: The password while log in to the mail server.
Sender’s Mail: The sender’s account when send the mail via this mail server.
Receiver’s Mail: The receiver’s mail address.
Bcc Mail: The receiver’s mail address for Bcc Mail.
Event Subject: The subject of this mail. (Default value is ALARM MAIL)
FTP Server: The IP address of FTP Server.
Username: The username while log in to the ftp server.
Password: The password while log in to the ftp server.
Port: The port number of file transmission. (Default value is 21)
Path: The ftp path where the user wants to reserve the information.
Finally, click on Apply button to reserve the setting.
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H. OTHERS / Player Downloaded
User can click “Run” button to download the player to local PC.
I.
OTHERS / RTSP
User can click Video Quality drop down list to change the video quality. There are
Best, High, Standard, Medium and Low options.
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7.
3GPP APPLICATION & SETTING
3GPP (also known as 3rd Generation Partnership Project) is a corporation which formulate
3rd-generation communication standard specification. Via this wireless communication
protocol, the 3G mobile can perform the remote control. The following example is operated by
Sony Ericsson 3G mobile phone:
1. Press MENU KEY to get into menu.
2. Select Internet services
3. In the Internet services page, press
4. Select Enter address, and press Select
More KEY
KEY
5. Select New address,and press Enter
6. Fill in address rtsp:// <<IP>>/channel
KEY
(rtsp://220.137.65.246/CH03) and press Go
To KEY.
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8. Success with vivid image
7. “Connected to media server” will
appear
* 1. 3GPP BANDWIDTH: Minimum 30kbit /sec. per channel.
2. CONNECTION NUMBERS: Maximum 16 people per channel.
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APPENDIX A: RECORDING TIME LAPSE (HOURS)
Half D1- 720x240
80 GB Hard Disk
Unit: Hour
PICTURE QUALITY (KB)
Recording
LOW
MEDIUM
HIGH
simple complex average
simple complex average
BEST
Speed
(FPS)
simple complex
average
simple
complex
average
1.00
3.80
2.40
2.00
6.00
4.00
5.00
10.00
7.50
6.00
17.00
11.50
120
194
51
122
97
32
64
38
19
28
32
11
21
60
388
102
245
194
64
129
77
38
57
64
22
43
30
776
204
490
388
129
258
155
77
116
129
45
87
15
1553
408
980
776
258
517
310
155
232
258
91
174
8
2912
766
1839
1456
485
970
582
291
436
485
171
328
4
5825
1533
3679
2912
970
1941
1165
582
873
970
342
656
160 GB Hard Disk
Unit: Hour
PICTURE QUALITY (KB)
Recording
LOW
MEDIUM
HIGH
simple complex average
simple complex average
BEST
Speed
(FPS)
simple complex
average
simple
complex
average
1.00
3.80
2.40
2.00
6.00
4.00
5.00
10.00
7.50
6.00
17.00
11.50
120
388
102
245
194
64
129
77
38
57
64
22
43
60
776
204
490
388
129
258
155
77
116
129
45
87
30
1553
408
980
776
258
517
310
155
232
258
91
174
15
3106
817
1961
1553
517
1035
621
310
465
517
182
349
8
5825
1533
3679
2912
970
1941
1165
582
873
970
342
656
4
11650
3066
7358
5825
1941
3883
2330
1165
1747
1941
685
1313
250 GB Hard Disk
Unit: Hour
PICTURE QUALITY (KB)
Recording
LOW
MEDIUM
HIGH
simple complex average
simple complex average
BEST
Speed
(FPS)
simple complex
average
simple
complex
average
1.00
3.80
2.40
2.00
6.00
4.00
5.00
10.00
7.50
6.00
17.00
11.50
120
606
159
382
303
101
202
121
60
90
101
35
68
60
1213
319
766
606
202
404
242
121
181
202
71
136
30
2427
638
1532
1213
404
808
485
242
363
404
142
273
15
4854
1277
3065
2427
809
1618
970
485
727
809
285
547
8
9102
2395
5748
4551
1517
3034
1820
910
1365
1517
535
1026
4
18204
4790
11497
9102
3034
6068
3640
1820
2730
3034
1070
2052
67
400 GB Hard Disk
Unit: Hour
PICTURE QUALITY (KB)
Recording
LOW
MEDIUM
HIGH
simple complex average
simple complex average
BEST
Speed
(FPS)
simple complex
average
simple
complex
average
1.00
3.80
2.40
2.00
6.00
4.00
5.00
10.00
7.50
6.00
17.00
11.50
120
970
255
612
485
161
323
194
97
145
161
57
109
60
1941
511
1226
970
323
646
388
194
291
323
114
218
30
3883
1022
2452
1941
647
1294
776
388
582
647
228
437
15
7767
2044
4905
3883
1294
2588
1553
776
1164
1294
456
875
8
14563
3832
9197
7281
2427
4854
2912
1456
2184
2427
856
1641
4
29127
7665
18396
14563
4854
9708
5825
2912
4368
4854
1713
3283
500 GB Hard Disk
Unit: Hour
PICTURE QUALITY (KB)
Recording
LOW
MEDIUM
HIGH
simple complex average
simple complex average
BEST
Speed
(FPS)
simple complex
average
simple
complex
average
1.00
3.80
2.40
2.00
6.00
4.00
5.00
10.00
7.50
6.00
17.00
11.50
120
1213
319
766
606
202
404
242
121
181
202
71
136
60
2427
638
1532
1213
404
808
485
242
363
404
142
273
30
4854
1277
3065
2427
809
1618
970
485
727
809
285
547
15
9709
2555
6132
4854
1618
3236
1941
970
1455
1618
571
1094
8
18204
4790
11497
9102
3034
6068
3640
1820
2730
3034
1070
2052
4
36408
9581
22994
18204
6068
12136
7281
3640
5460
6068
2141
4104
750 GB Hard Disk
Unit: Hour
PICTURE QUALITY (KB)
Recording
LOW
MEDIUM
HIGH
simple complex average
simple complex average
BEST
Speed
(FPS)
simple complex
average
simple
complex
average
1.00
3.80
2.40
2.00
6.00
4.00
5.00
10.00
7.50
6.00
17.00
11.50
120
1820
479
1149
910
303
606
364
182
273
303
107
205
60
3640
958
2299
1820
606
1213
728
364
546
606
214
410
30
7281
1916
4598
3640
1213
2426
1456
728
1092
1213
428
820
15
14563
3832
9197
7281
2427
4854
2912
1456
2184
2427
856
1641
8
27306
7185
17245
13653
4551
9102
5461
2730
4095
4551
1606
3078
4
54613
14371
34492
27306
9102
18204
10922
5461
8191
9102
3212
6157
68
1T Hard Disk
Unit: Hour
PICTURE QUALITY (KB)
Recording
LOW
MEDIUM
HIGH
simple complex average
simple complex average
BEST
Speed
(FPS)
simple complex
average
simple
complex
average
1.00
3.80
2.40
2.00
6.00
4.00
5.00
10.00
7.50
6.00
17.00
11.50
120
2427
638
1532
1213
404
808
485
242
363
404
142
273
60
4854
1277
3065
2427
809
1618
970
485
727
809
285
547
30
9709
2555
6132
4854
1618
3236
1941
970
1455
1618
571
1094
15
19418
5110
12264
9709
3236
6472
3883
1941
2912
3236
1142
2189
8
36408
9581
22994
18204
6068
12136
7281
3640
5460
6068
2141
4104
4
72817
19162
45989
36408
12136
24272
14563
7281
10922
12136
4283
8209
CIF-360x240
80 GB Hard Disk
Unit: Hour
PICTURE QUALITY (KB)
Recording
LOW
MEDIUM
HIGH
simple complex average
simple complex average
BEST
Speed
(FPS)
simple complex
average
simple
complex
average
0.50
1.90
1.20
1.00
3.00
2.00
2.50
5.00
3.75
3.00
8.75
5.88
240
194
51
122
97
32
64
38
19
28
32
11
21
120
388
102
245
194
64
129
77
38
57
64
22
43
60
776
204
490
388
129
258
155
77
116
129
44
86
30
1553
408
980
776
258
517
310
155
232
258
88
173
15
3106
817
1961
1553
517
1035
621
310
465
517
177
347
8
5825
1533
3679
2912
970
1941
1165
582
873
970
332
651
4
11650
3066
7358
5825
1941
3883
2330
1165
1747
1941
665
1303
160 GB Hard Disk
Unit: Hour
PICTURE QUALITY (KB)
Recording
LOW
MEDIUM
HIGH
simple complex average
simple complex average
BEST
Speed
(FPS)
simple complex
average
simple
complex
average
0.50
1.90
1.20
1.00
3.00
2.00
2.50
5.00
3.75
3.00
8.75
5.88
240
388
102
245
194
64
129
77
38
57
64
22
43
120
776
204
490
388
129
258
155
77
116
129
44
86
60
1553
408
980
776
258
517
310
155
232
258
88
173
30
3106
817
1961
1553
517
1035
621
310
465
517
177
347
15
6213
1635
3924
3106
1035
2070
1242
621
931
1035
355
695
8
11650
3066
7358
5825
1941
3883
2330
1165
1747
1941
665
1303
4
23301
6132
14716
11650
3883
7766
4660
2330
3495
3883
1331
2607
69
250 GB Hard Disk
Unit: Hour
PICTURE QUALITY (KB)
Recording
LOW
MEDIUM
HIGH
simple complex average
simple complex average
BEST
Speed
(FPS)
simple complex
average
simple
complex
average
0.50
1.90
1.20
1.00
3.00
2.00
2.50
5.00
3.75
3.00
8.75
5.88
240
606
159
382
303
101
202
121
60
90
101
34
67
120
1213
319
766
606
202
404
242
121
181
202
69
135
60
2427
638
1532
1213
404
808
485
242
363
404
138
271
30
4854
1277
3065
2427
809
1618
970
485
727
809
277
543
15
9709
2555
6132
4854
1618
3236
1941
970
1455
1618
554
1086
8
18204
4790
11497
9102
3034
6068
3640
1820
2730
3034
1040
2037
4
36408
9581
22994
18204
6068
12136
7281
3640
5460
6068
2080
4074
400 GB Hard Disk
Unit: Hour
PICTURE QUALITY (KB)
Recording
LOW
MEDIUM
HIGH
simple complex average
simple complex average
BEST
Speed
(FPS)
simple complex
average
simple
complex
average
0.50
1.90
1.20
1.00
3.00
2.00
2.50
5.00
3.75
3.00
8.75
5.88
240
970
255
612
485
161
323
194
97
145
161
55
108
120
1941
511
1226
970
323
646
388
194
291
323
110
216
60
3883
1022
2452
1941
647
1294
776
388
582
647
221
434
30
7767
2044
4905
3883
1294
2588
1553
776
1164
1294
443
868
15
15534
4088
9811
7767
2589
5178
3106
1553
2329
2589
887
1738
8
29127
7665
18396
14563
4854
9708
5825
2912
4368
4854
1664
3259
4
58254
15330
36792
29127
9709
19418
11650
5825
8737
9709
3328
6518
500 GB Hard Disk
Unit: Hour
PICTURE QUALITY (KB)
Recording
LOW
MEDIUM
HIGH
simple complex average
simple complex average
BEST
Speed
(FPS)
simple complex
average
simple
complex
average
0.50
1.90
1.20
1.00
3.00
2.00
2.50
5.00
3.75
3.00
8.75
5.88
240
1213
319
766
606
202
404
242
121
181
202
69
135
120
2427
638
1532
1213
404
808
485
242
363
404
138
271
60
4854
1277
3065
2427
809
1618
970
485
727
809
277
543
30
9709
2555
6132
4854
1618
3236
1941
970
1455
1618
554
1086
15
19418
5110
12264
9709
3236
6472
3883
1941
2912
3236
1109
2172
8
36408
9581
22994
18204
6068
12136
7281
3640
5460
6068
2080
4074
4
72817
19162
45989
36408
12136
24272
14563
7281
10922
12136
4161
8148
70
750 GB Hard Disk
Unit: Hour
PICTURE QUALITY (KB)
Recording
LOW
MEDIUM
HIGH
simple complex average
simple complex average
BEST
Speed
(FPS)
simple complex
average
simple
complex
average
0.50
1.90
1.20
1.00
3.00
2.00
2.50
5.00
3.75
3.00
8.75
5.88
240
1820
479
1149
910
303
606
364
182
273
303
104
203
120
3640
958
2299
1820
606
1213
728
364
546
606
208
407
60
7281
1916
4598
3640
1213
2426
1456
728
1092
1213
416
814
30
14563
3832
9197
7281
2427
4854
2912
1456
2184
2427
832
1629
15
29127
7665
18396
14563
4854
9708
5825
2912
4368
4854
1664
3259
8
54613
14371
34492
27306
9102
18204
10922
5461
8191
9102
3120
6111
4
109226
28743
68984
54613
18204
36408
21845
10922
16383
18204
6241
12222
1T Hard Disk
Unit: Hour
PICTURE QUALITY (KB)
Recording
LOW
MEDIUM
HIGH
simple complex average
simple complex average
BEST
Speed
(FPS)
simple complex
average
simple
complex
average
0.50
1.90
1.20
1.00
3.00
2.00
2.50
5.00
3.75
3.00
8.75
5.88
240
2427
638
1532
1213
404
808
485
242
363
404
138
271
120
4854
1277
3065
2427
809
1618
970
485
727
809
277
543
60
9709
2555
6132
4854
1618
3236
1941
970
1455
1618
554
1086
30
19418
5110
12264
9709
3236
6472
3883
1941
2912
3236
1109
2172
15
38836
10220
24528
19418
6472
12945
7767
3883
5825
6472
2219
4345
8
72817
19162
45989
36408
12136
24272
14563
7281
10922
12136
4161
8148
4
145635
38325
91980
72817
24272
48544
29127
14563
21845
24272
8322
16297
* The value is for reference only
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APPENDIX B: HDD COMPATIBLE TABLE
Brand
Model
Capacity
Speed (RPM)
SEAGATE
ST380815AS
80G
7200 10
ST3160815AS
160G
7200 10
STM3250820AS
250G
7200 10
ST3400620AS
400G
7200 10
ST3750640AS
750G
7200 10
ST310005N1D1AS-RK
1000G
7200
WD
WD2500AAKS
250G
7200
HITACHI
HDS721616PLA380
160G
7200
HDT725025VLA380
250G
7200
HDT725032VLA360
320G
7200
HDP725050GLA360
500G
7200
Last Update Date
2008/3/24
* Please use SATA I Hard Disk and setup the Jumper Block to 1.5 Gb/s Operation. As the
following image,
Jumper Block
* This H.D.D. compatible table is for reference only.
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APPENDIX C: ERROR MESSAGE LIST
ERROR MESSAGE
ERROR STATUS & REASON
NOTE
DISK ACCESS ERROR!
H.D.D. Data structure Un-normal.
Data does not record into DVR or bad sector on DVR
H.D.D. Please install another H.D.D. and perform the record
again.
UPDATE FILE ERROR!
Please re-download the update file and update again.
FIRMWARE UPGRADE
Please reboot the DVR and upgrade the firmware. Please
FAILED
send the DVR back to repair when DVR is disability.
MEDIA ACCESS FAIL!
The USB file format is incorrect (Please format the pen
drive to FAT32) or Pen Drive is setup to ONLY READ mode
(Please annul ONLY READ mode) when reserve the data by
using Pen Drive. The data cannot be burn into CD/DVD
disc. Please change another CD/DVD disc and backup the
file in CD/DVD disc storage.
NO FILE!
There is no upgrade file within Pen Drive or the name of
upgrade file does not correspond with DVR format. Please
adjust the upgrade file name based on the following
information.
16CH -> UpdateR.bin
08CH -> Update8.bin
04CH -> Update4.bin
USB DEVICE NOT FOUND
Pen Drive undetected. Please Unplug the Pen Drive and plug
NO USB
it again.
BACKUP START TIME
ERROR
Backup start time error.
BACKUPEND TIME ERROR
Backup end time error.
DISK ERROR
The data cannot be burn into CD/DVD disc. Please change
another CD/DVD disc and backup the file.
FAN FAILED
Fan Error Warning.
NO LOG DATA
No Events Record.
SCHEDULE RECORD
The condition is caused by trying to stop recording when
perform the schedule record. Please setup the record to
manual mode and then stop the record.
PLEASE SELECT ONE
CAMERA
The message will be shown while using the ZOOM function
under split screen condition. Please switch the screen into
full screen mode and then operate the ZOOM function.
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