A-S0404R13A
USER MANUAL
04 CHANNELS
DIGITAL VIDEO RECORDER
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
To obtain the best performance and ensure device function correctly, please read this
instruction manual carefully and completely.
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MISTURE.
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CAUTION
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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2
INTRODUCTION .......................................................................................................... 4
1.1 FEATURE ............................................................................................................ 4
1.2 SPECIFICATION ................................................................................................. 4
HARDWARE OVERVIEW ............................................................................................ 8
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
3
4
FRONT PANEL ................................................................................................... 8
BACK PANEL ..................................................................................................... 9
ADVANCED AUTO SWITCH, ZOOM, PTZ & USB INFORMATION ................ 10
EXTERAL ALARM ............................................................................................ 10
2.5 IR REMOTE CONTROL .................................................................................... 12
2.6 PTZ (PAN, TILT AND ZOOM) CAMERA .......................................................... 13
SYSTEM SETUP ........................................................................................................ 14
3.1 MENU SETUP INTERFACE(GUI) ..................................................................... 14
3.2
3.3
3.4
LIVE VIEWING AND POP-UP MENU ............................................................... 16
CAMERA SETUP .............................................................................................. 18
RECORD SETUP .............................................................................................. 22
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
ALARM SETUP ................................................................................................. 24
NETWORK SETUP ........................................................................................... 26
AUTHORITY ...................................................................................................... 31
HDD MANAGEMENT ........................................................................................ 32
3.9 SYSTEM SETUP ............................................................................................... 33
DVR PLAYBACK ....................................................................................................... 36
4.1 TIME SEARCH .................................................................................................. 37
4.2 EVENT SEARCH............................................................................................... 37
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4.3 BACKUP ........................................................................................................... 38
4.4 SYSTEM LOG.................................................................................................... 38
BACKUP PLAYBACK ................................................................................................. 39
5.1 MAIN SCREEN SETTING ................................................................................. 39
5.2 USB & LOCAL BACKUP FILE PLAYBACK .................................................... 43
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5.3 BACKUP FILE TO AVI ...................................................................................... 45
NETWORK VIEWING & PLAYBACK ........................................................................ 46
6.1 IP ADDRESS SETUP ON PC SITE................................................................... 46
6.2 OPTIONAL MICROSOFT INTERNET EXPLORER SETUP ............................. 47
6.3 LOGIN ............................................................................................................... 48
6.4 REMOTE CONTROL ......................................................................................... 49
6.5 CONFIGURE ..................................................................................................... 53
APPENDIX A: RECORDING TIME LAPSE (HOURS) ...................................................... 61
APPENDIX B: HDD COMPATIBLE TABLE ...................................................................... 64
APPENDIX C: ERROR MESSAGE LIST .......................................................................... 65
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1
INTRODUCTION
1.1 FEATURE
H.264 hardware video compression
Recording rate up to 60 PPS @ D1
Support CMS (Central Management System)
Powerful mobile surveillance function, support JAVA、blackberry、i-Phone &
Windows mobile
Audio:4 in & 1out/ Audio Backup / Audio Streaming.
Individual recording setup & function for each channel
Support Privacy Mask
HDD damaged block detection & temperature alarm system (HDD S.M.A.R.T)
Playback Preview Function. The user can search the desired recording data
easily
DVR log function (ex. user login/ logout) for device safety management
Up to four online clients for independent remote control; individual live-time,
play-back & time-search function available
1.2 SPECIFICATION
MODEL No.
04CH
VIDEO
LIVE-TIME RESOLUTION
720 x 480 (NTSC)
720 × 576 (PAL)
LIVE-TIME DISPLAY RATE
4 × 30 Frame / Sec (NTSC)
4 × 25 Frame / Sec (PAL)
SPLIT SCREEN
1, 4
VIDEO INPUT
BNC × 4
VIDEO OUTPUT (BNC)
BNC × 1
VIDEO OUTPUT (VGA)
Yes
AUDIO
AUDIO INPUT
RCA × 4
AUDIO OUTPUT
RCA × 1
AUDIO BACKUP
Yes
AUDIO STREAMING
Yes
RECORDING
COMPRESSION TYPE
H.264
RECORDING RESOLUTION ( D1)
720 x 480 (NTSC) / 720 x 576 (PAL)
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RECORDING RESOLUTION ( Half D1) 720 x 240 (NTSC) / 720 x 288 (PAL)
RECORDING RESOLUTION (CIF)
360 x 240 (NTSC) / 360 x 288 (PAL)
RECORDING RATE ( D1)
720 x 480 up to 60 PPS (NTSC)
720 x 576 up to 50 PPS (PAL)
RECORDING RATE ( Half D1)
720 x 240 up to 120 PPS (NTSC)
720 x 288 up to 100 PPS (PAL)
RECORDING RATE (CIF)
360 x 240 up to 120 PPS (NTSC)
352 x 288 up to 100 PPS (PAL)
RECORDING MODE
Manual / Schedule / Alarm
PLAYBACK & SEARCH
PLAYBACK SPEED
Fast Forward:X 2 X8 X 16 X32 X64
Picture by picture Playback
Pause
Fast Backward:X 2 X8 X 16 X32 X64
TIME SEARCH
Yes
EVENT SEARCH
Yes
EVENT LIST
10000 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
SUPPORT IE、
、FIREFOX & SAFARI
Yes
PLAYER
Yes
STORAGE & BACKUP DEVICE
INTERNAL HDD SUPPORT
SATA HDD x 1
EXTERNAL USB BACKUP DEVICE
(PAN DRIVE, HDD, BURNER)
Yes
INTERNAL DVD BURNER BACKUP
No
NETWORK
ETHERNET
Yes
ETHERNET COMPRESSION FORMAT H.264
IE REMOTE CONTROL
Yes
DDNS
Yes
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E-MAIL & FTP
Yes
NETWORK IP
Static/ Dynamic/ PPPoE
MULTI-REMOTE CLIENT
Yes ( 4 Clients at the same time available )
PDA/ CELL PHONE SUPPORT
Yes
ALARM
ALARM INPUT
2 In (NO/ NC)
ALARM OUTPUT
2 Out (NO/ NC)
MOTION DETECTION
Yes
MOTION DETECTION AREA
8 x 8 grids
MOTION DETECTION SENSITIVITY
1-10
VIDEO LOSS DETECTION
Yes
ALARM RECORDING
Yes
BUZZER
Yes
SETUP & OTHER FUNCTIONS
DST
Yes
PRIVACY MASK
Yes
PTZ CONTROL
Yes
RS-485
Yes
EXTERNAL IR RECEIVER
Yes (optional)
DIGITAL ZOOM
Yes
PASSWORD CONTROL
Two levels, one for system and the other for HDD
format
KEY-LOCK
Yes
MULTI-LANGUAGE
Yes
FIRMWARE UPDATE
USB Host & Update on line
OTHERS
POWER INPUT
DC 12V
DIMENSIONS (W x H x D)
218mm (W) × 44mm (H) × 202mm (D)
OPERATION TEMPERATURE
0 - 40 ℃
* SPECIFICATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
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HARDWARE OVERVIEW
2.1 FRONT PANEL
POWER
REC
PLAY
HDD
REC
STOP
REW
SEARCH
PAUSE
F.FWD
SEARCH
1
2
3
4
QUAD
PLAY
MENU
DVR OPERATION
NO.
LABEL
OPERATION
1
○
2
LED REC
Led Indicator
3
CONTROL
PANEL
Record, Playback And Control Button.
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1-4 & Quad
Press The Button To Display No.1~No.4 Full Screen
and Quad Screen
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▲▼◄► &
MENU
Button Of Controller.
Button Of Menu Screen
IR Sensor For Remote Control.
6 ENTER &COPY ENTER and BACKUP Button
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PTZ
USB Connector.
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UP,
DOWN,
LEFT &
RIGHT
2.2 BACK PANEL
NO.
LABEL
OPERATION
1
VIDEO INPUT
Video input with BNC connector.
2
AUDIO OUT
Audio output
3
AUDIO IN
Audio input.
4
MONITOR OUT
Video output with BNC connector.
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ETHERNET
RJ-45 connector for network.
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VGA D-SUB OUT
Connect to CRT or LCD monitor.
USB Mouse Connector
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8
RS-485/ ALARM/ 2 pin connector for external control unit, 2 pin connector
RELAY
for Alarm input and 3 pin connector for relay
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POWER
Power switcher: DC 12V 3.0A / 50-60 Hz input.
NOTE: DO NOT REMOVE and PLUG IN the supplied mouse while DVR is
operating.
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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 “QUAD+
” keys in the front
panel to enable auto switch function. Moreover, press “
” key
again to disable it.
ZOOM :In the full screen mode, user can use compound key “ ENTER/ COPY ” 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 “
” button on the
front panel to perform PTZ function. Press ▲▼◄► to select and change
setup value.
COPY : Within the playback mode, press “ ENTER/ COPY ” button to start backup
record and press “ ENTER/ 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.)
2.3 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. 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.
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Terminal Connectors:
D+
RS-485 sends +/ receives +
D-
RS-485 sends -/ receives -
ALARM1-2
Camera alarm input.
GND
GND.
N.C
Relay N.C.
COM
Relay COM
N.O
Relay N.O.
EXAMPLE 1:Connect Alarm In One with PIR (Passive Infrared).
EXAMPLE 2:Connect with Alarm Siren at Relay N.O.
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2.4 IR REMOTE CONTROL
ITEM
REC
Press REC to start recording and press twice to
stop.
1-4
Select channel 1-4 with full screen.
QUAD
Fast backward.
Picture by picture backward.
Picture by picture forward.
Fast Forward.
Play video forward.
COPY
Switch channel format.
▲
Move upward or increase the number.
►
Move rightward or increase the number.
▼
Move downward or decrease the number.
◄
Move leftward or decrease the number.
Enter selected items.
MENU
Enter or Exit Main Menu.
STOP
Stop the playback.
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2.6 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.
2 CORE
Under “Two Core” connection, controller can control speed dome without
integrated protocol into DVR. Moreover, one keyboard can connect MAX 256 units
of speed dome.
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3 SYSTEM SETUP
3.1 MENU SETUP INTERFACE(GUI)
A.
CAMERA SET UP
C.
ALARM SETUP
B.
D.
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RECORD SETUP
NETWORK SETUP
E.
AUTHORITY SETUP
G.
SYSTEM SETUP
F.
H.
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HDD MANAGEMENT
EXIT
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 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 compound key on the
front panel to perform this function. (First, click ENTER/COPY Key and then
click ▲▼◄► key to select zoom in or zoom out position. Finally, click
ENTER/COPY key again to complete the setting. Moreover, click MENU Key to
disable digital zoom function. Using the panel key to perform zoom in function is
fixed at 2 times.)
D.
SPEED DOME 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.
NOTE:
: Only for the camera supported PTZ function.
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SPEED DOME CONTROL
Direction key
Preset Point
Preset Point Patrol
Autopan
Stop auto patrol
PTZ setup menu
Minimize the Speed Dome Control panel
Close the panel
Focus & Zoom In/ Zoom Out & IRIS
PTZ Preset
PRESET POINTER NUMBER: Press
to
save preset point number and its position;
to
reserve the setting and
to delete preset point
setup.
GO TO PRESET NUMBER: Press
setup preset point number position.
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to go to the
PTZ SETUP MENU
PROTOCOL: Use drop down list to change the connection protocol.
BAUD RATE: Use drop down list to change the BAUD rate.
ID: Use ◄ or ► button to setup the ID of connected PTZ camera.
PAN SPEED: Use ◄ or ► button wheel to change the left-right speed.
TILT SPEED: Use ◄ or ► button to change the up-down speed.
AUTO SPEED: Use ◄ or ► button to change the auto patrol speed.
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.
3.3
CAMERA SETUP
Press ▲ or ▼ to select items.
Press ◄ or ► to change values.
Press SET to see more options.
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A. CAMERA SETUP
A-1. DISPLAY
Use the mouse to enable or disable the camera display.
A-2. TITLE
Press the mouse to change the name of the connected camera.
A-3. CONTRAST
Press ◄ or ► to change contrast level. The adjustment value is between 0~255
A-4. BRIGHTNESS
Press ◄ or ► to change brightness level. The adjustment value is between 0~255
A-5. HUE
Press ◄ or ► to change hue level. The adjustment value is between 0~255
A-6. SATURATION
Press ◄ or ► to change saturation level. The adjustment value is between 0~255
A-7. SWITCH DWELL
Press ◄ or ► to change auto switch second. The value is between 0~99 sec.
A-8. SHARPNESS
Press ◄ or ►/ mouse wheel to change sharpness level. The adjustment value is
between 0~15
: Apply the above setting to other channel.
: Reserve the above setting.
: Cancel the above setting.
B. MOTION
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B-1. ENABLE
Use the mouse to enable or disable motion function.
B-2. SENSITIVITY
Press ◄ or ► to change sensitivity level.
B-3. RELAY DWELL
Press ◄ or ► to change the relay time or disable relay function.
B-4. BUZZER DWELL
Press ◄ or ► to change the buzzer time or disable buzzer function.
B-5. MOTION AREA SETUP
Press
to setup motion area.
: Apply the above setting to other channel.
: Reserve the above setting.
: Cancel the above setting.
C. CAMERA MASK
C-1. SHIELD
Enable or disable “Shield” function (Only in Live Image Mask). Click
to select the “Shield” color. There are black, gray, pink, red,
brown, yellow, green, blue, dark blue and purple 10 variety colors can be
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chosen. Moreover, Click
can setup the “Shield” area.
C-2. MASK
Enable or disable “Mask” function (Live Image and Playback Mask). Click
to select the “Mask” color. There are black, gray, pink, red,
brown, yellow, green, blue, dark blue and purple 10 variety colors can be
chosen. Moreover, Click
can setup the “Mask” area.
: Apply the above setting to other channel.
: Reserve the above setting.
: Cancel the above setting.
D. SPEEDDOME SETUP
PROTOCOL:
Use drop down list to change the connection protocol.
BAUD RATE: Use drop down list to change the BAUD rate.
ID: Use ◄ or ► button to setup the ID of connected PTZ camera.
PAN SPEED: Use ◄ or ► button wheel to change the left-right speed.
TILT SPEED: Use ◄ or ► button to change the up-down speed.
AUTO SPEED: Use ◄ or ► button to change the auto patrol speed.
: Apply the above setting to other channel.
: Reserve the above setting.
: Cancel the above setting.
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3.4
RECORD SETUP
Press ▲ or ▼ to select items.
Press ◄ or ► to change values.
Press SET to see more options.
A. AUDIO RECORD
Use the mouse to enable or disable the audio record function.
B. POST-ALARM RECORDING TIME
Press ◄ or ► to change post-alarm recording time which from 5~99 sec.
C. RECORD MODE
Use the mouse to click drop down list to change record mode. There are
Manual, Schedule and Alarm Trigger 3 modes.
D. MORMAL/ ALARM RECORD SETUP
button to setup normal or alarm record.
Click
D-1. NORMAL RECORD SETUP
Among normal record tag, user can change resolution, quality and FPS in
each channel manually. Moreover, user can select resolution, quality in
“ALL” option at once and click “AVERAGE” to set PPS automatically.
NOTE: If record resolution is altered in here, DVR will reboot
automatically.
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D-2. ALARM RECORD SETUP
Among alarm record tag, the resolution setting is the same as normal
record setup. User can adjust the quality and FPS in each channel
manually. Moreover, user can select resolution, quality in “ALL” option at
once and click “AVERAGE” to set PPS automatically.
E. SCHEDULE SETUP
Use the mouse to select the schedule setting which is including day, time and
schedule mode of recording. Red is presented to full time recording, yellow is
revealed alarm recording and no recording is in green.
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3.5
ALARM SETUP
Press ▲ or ▼ to select items.
Press ◄ or ► to change values.
Press SET to see more options.
A. ALARM TRIGGER SETUP
A-1. HDD TEMP. WARNING
Enable or disable the hard disk over-heated warning function.
A-2. HDD TEMP. LIMIT
Press ◄ or ► to change hard disk temperature limitation. The adjustment
value is between 45~70 sec.
A-3. ALARM AUTO SWITCH
Click the drop down list to change alarm auto switch. There are disable,
full screen and split screen.
A-4. VIDEO LOSS DETECT
Click the drop down list to enable or disable video loss detection.
A-5. EXT. ALARM DETECT
Click the drop down list to enable or disable external alarm detection.
A-6. EXT. ALARM POLE
When the alarm is setup in normal close, please select “N.C.” option in
alarm pole. In contrast, when the alarm is setup in normal open, please
select “N.O.” option.
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B. ALARM OUTPUT SETUP
Press ◄ or ► to setup buzzer and relay time.
B-1. BUZZER TIME
Use ◄ or ► to setup the external alarm buzzer time. The value can be
adjusted from 5~99 sec.
Use ◄ or ► to setup the buzzer time when video loss happens. The value
can be adjusted from 5~99 sec.
B-2. RELAY TIME
Use ◄ or ► to setup the external alarm relay time. The value can be
adjusted from 5~99 sec.
Use ◄ or ► to setup the relay time when video loss happens. The value
can be adjusted from 5~99 sec.
C. ALARM EVENT SETUP
There are 8 events can be selected, when these items are selected, these
events will be reserved and revealed in playback log. The supported event
items are presented in the following image,
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3.6
NETWORK SETUP
Press ▲ or ▼ to select items.
Press ◄ or ► to change values.
Press SET to see more options.
A. IP ADDRESS SETUP
Press ◄ or ► to DVR IP address.
A-1. IP MODE
Press drop down list to change IP mode to STATIC IP or DHCP.
A-2. IP Address
Use the mouse to setup the DVR IP ADDRESS.
A-3. Network
Use the mouse to change SUBNET MASK.
A-4. Gateway
Use the mouse to change Default GATEWAY.
A-5. DNS1
Use the mouse to change DNS.
A-6. DNS2
Use the mouse to change OTHER DNS.
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B. PPPoE SETUP
B-1. PPPoE Setting
Press the drop down list to enable or disable PPPoE.
B-2. User Name
Insert the user name (ADSL account) which provided from local ISP.
B-3. Password
Insert the password which provided from local ISP.
B-4. re-Password
Insert the password again to confirm the password.
B-5. State
Present the current status of PPPoE function.
B-6. Send Mail After Dialed
Click the drop down list to enable or disable the function.
B-7. Subject
Insert the mail subject when dialed successfully.
C. SERVER SETUP
C-1. WEB Page Port
Insert the port of web browser.
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D. DDNS SETUP
D-1. DDNS Enable
Click the checkbox to enable or disable DDNS function.
D-2. Provider
Click the drop down list to select DDNS provider.
D-3. Host Name
Insert the registered host name in the selected provider.
D-4. User Name
Insert the registered user name in the selected provider.
D-5. Password
Insert the registered password in the selected provider.
D-6. Update Interval
A period of time to update IP address.
D-7. State
The state after apply for DDNS.
Updating: Information update.
Idle: Stop service.
DDNS registered successfully, now log by
http://<username>.ddns.camddns.com: Registered successfully.
Updating Failed, the name is already registered.
Updating Failed, please check your internet connection.
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E. MAIL SETUP
E-1. Trigger Mode
Click the checkbox to select the trigger mode. There are alarm and motion
two modes.
E-2. Mail Server
The IP address of Mail Server
E-3. SMTP Port
The port of SMTP (known as Simple Mail Transfer Protocol). (Default
value is 25)
E-4. User Name
The user name while log in to the mail server.
E-5. Password
The password while log in to the mail server.
E-6. Sender’s Mail
The sender’s account when send the mail via this mail server.
E-7. Receiver’s Mail
The receiver’s mail address.
E-8. BCC Mail
The receiver’s mail address for Bcc Mail.
E-9. Subject
The subject while sending the mail.
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F. FTP SETUP
F-1. Trigger Mode
Use the checkbox to select the trigger modes which are alarm and motion
options.
F-2. FTP Server
The IP address of FTP Server.
F-3. User Name
The username while log in to the ftp server.
F-4. Password
The password while log in to the ftp server.
F-5. FTP Port
The port number of file transmission. (Default value is 21)
F-6. Path
The ftp path where the user wants to reserve the information.
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3.7
AUTHORITY
Press ▲ or ▼ to select items.
Press ◄ or ► to change values.
Press SET to see more options.
A. HDD Format Check User Password
Use the mouse to click the checkbox to enable or disable inserting the user password
while performing HDD Format.
B. Anonymous User Login
Use the mouse to click the checkbox to enable or disable login to the device with
anonymous user.
C. Password Protection
Use the mouse to click the checkbox to enable or disable password protection function.
D. Keyboard Lock
Use the mouse to click the checkbox to enable or disable keyboard lock function.
E. User Management
Click the
button to entry management setting page.
E-1. Permission
After click
button, the setup page will present in the following.
The user can distribute the authority and the permission for the new user.
Use the mouse to click the checkbox to modify and alter the user authority.
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3.8
HDD MANAGEMENT
A. OVERWRITE MODE
Click the drop down list to enable or disable overwrite function.
B. HARD DISK FULL WARNING
Click the drop down list 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).
C. AUTO DELETION
Click the drop down list to enable or disable auto deletion function.
D. RESERVE DAY
Use ◄ or ► to setup the reserve day. While enable auto deletion function, the
data will be removed when reserve day is exceed the setting. The value can be
setup between 1~30 days.
E. STORAGE INFORMATION
The information of storage device will present in this page.
F. FORMAT HDD
Insert the user name and password while performing HDD format function.
Note: If your hard disk had saved up different recording data or version
too old, suggestion choice completed format hard disk.
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3.9
SYSTEM SETUP
Press ▲ or ▼ to select items.
Press ◄ or ► to change values.
Press SET to see more options.
A. Software Update
Click
Click
button to perform firmware updating.
to start software update.
B. Configure Setup
Click the checkbox to select which item can be setup by the user. The user can
also load the setting to factory default, load the configure from USB and backup
configure to USB.
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C. Time Setup
Click
button within “Time” block can adjust and synchronize the time of
the dvr as the system time of the PC. Moreover, if the user clicks the enable
checkbox and
button within the NTP Setup block, the time of the DVR
will synchronize as the NTP Server.
D. Daylight Saving Time
After enable the daylight saving time function, the user can use the drop down
list to select the start time and the end time of daylight saving time. After
complete the setting, please click
button to reserve the setting.
E. Status Display Setup
Use the mouse to click the display setup items, which is including “Date and
Time Display”, “Record Information Display”, “Camera Title Display”, “Network
Status Display”, “PPPoE or DHCP IP Display” and “Audio Display”.
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F. System Information
F-1. DVR Name
Use the virtual keyboard to insert the name of the DVR.
F-2. DVR ID
Use ◄ or ► to setup the DVR ID. The adjustment value is between 0~32
F-3. Language
Use the drop down list to change the DVR language. Currently, there are
English, Traditional Chinese and Simplified Chinese three options.
F-4. Date Format
Use the drop down list to change DATE. There are DD/MM/YYYY,
YYYY/MM/DD and MM/DD/YYYY three modes.
F-5. Video System
Use the drop down list to change system type, NTSC or PAL. Moreover,
DVR will reboot while changing the system type.
G. Monitor Output Setup
User can use ◄ or ► to adjust the monitor related setting within this page, there
are “Brightness”, “Contrast”, “Hue”, “Sharpness” and “Saturation” five options can
be set.
Note: When you choose PAL to NTSC or NTSC to PAL, please go to “System
Setup” -> “Configure Setup -> enable “System Setup” and Load Default the
default value. NTSC and PAL monitor output default value was different.
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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.
DISPLAY CONTROL
A.
Within playback mode, use display control to switch the camera channel.
B.
AUDIO CONTROL
Press this button to turn the audio on or off
C.
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
first and then click this button to backup the
(.Y42 single image backup), press
necessary image.
D.
RECORD AND PLAYBACK CONTROL
Same as front panel controller and remote controller.
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4.1
TIME SEARCH
Select the time which is going to playback (including the date and the time) and
then click
button to start playback. If the time includes the recorded
data, the color of the time bar will reveal in red.
EVENT SEARCH
4.2
After entry to the “Event Search” page, the user can click the revealed event(s) to
perform the playback or click
button to setup the advanced event
search.
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4.3
BACKUP
After click “BACKUP” button, use the drop down list to select “Media Device”
which has USB and DVD-RW (in 08CH and 16CH models) two options.
Time to Set Backup
Use ◄ or ► to select the start and end time of backup. Then, click Backup button
to start backup.
4.4
SYSTEM LOG
System log reserves all the logs. The maximum number of reserved log is 2000.
Moreover, click “Log Filter” button can select which sort of logs that will show in
the system log page.
Click
to exit the Playback Setup page.
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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
5.1 MAIN SCREEN SETTING
A. MAIN SCREEN
Open File
Control Panel
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: Remove the DVR HDD and connect to the PC first. Then, use DVR
player
(K6Viewer.exe) to play the data of HDD. DVR player
(K6Viewer.exe) can be attained from the attached CD or via the Internet;
moreover, while performing USB backup and DVD-RW backup, the
software will be built automatically as well.
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B-1. TIME SEARCH
Insert search Date and Time and then click
searched film.
to play all the
B-2. EVENT SEARCH
It will display all the events which are reserved within the DVR HDD after
press
(Shown in the following) and double click left button of
mouse to trigger event.
B-3. HDD COPY
Copied and reserved the DVR HDD data to other data storage device.
Press
button, the Copy screen will pop-up.
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Then, select the “StartTime” and “EndTime”.
button to choose the storage destination and
After that, press
press
to start reserving.
Finally, the complete information will pop-up while finished storage.
(K6 Viewer.exe) can play not only DVR H.D.D (*.idx). 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
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D. File (*.Y42) Play
5.2 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)
The play backup program would appear on the screen, select "Open".
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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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5.3 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.
6
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
6.1 IP ADDRESS SETUP ON PC SITE
Install cameras inside in LAN or use network cable to connect with PC. This is for IP
Manager.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 and DVR default IP address is 192.168.1.220
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.
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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).
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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PTION 2: ADD TO TRUSTED SITES
IE Tools Internet Options Security Trusted sites Sites
6.3 LOGIN
A.
INSTALL ACTIVEX
B.
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
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
Up to 32 preset points
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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.
Time-Point Backup
Click
,
and playback window will popup
PLAYBACK by TIME SEARCH & EVENT SEARCH
Time Search
Playback
HDD Select
Event Search
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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.
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.
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.
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.
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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
C-1. Firmware Upgrade: Click on the “Browse” button to select the latest
firmware and then press “Upgrade” button to upgrade the firmware.
C-2. Load Default: There are three kinds of Settings. One is Load Setup From
Default, another is Load Setup From and the other is Backup Setup.
Load Setup From Default: Press “Setting” button to load factory default.
Load Setup From: Click on “Browse…” button to select DVR setting file
and then press “Setting” button to upload the setting file to DVR.
Backup Setup: Click on “Download” button to download the DVR setting
file into the specific storage device.
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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.
D-3.
UPnP
If UPnP service is enabled on your computer, the DVR will automatically
be detected and a new icon will be added to “My Network Places”.
However, if UPnP service is disabled, the DVR will not be detected
automatically.
Note: UPnP must be enabled on your computer.
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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.
E-2. SEND MAIL AFTER DIALED
Click on Enabled to enable SEND MAIL AFTER DIALED function.
E-3. SUBJECT
Mail subject.
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F. NETWORK / DDNS SETTING
Click on Enabled to enable DDNS function.
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.
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F-2. DDNS.CAMNNDS.COM
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:
1 “ENABLE” option to enable DDNS function and select ○
2
Press ○
“ddns.camddns.com” of the provider drop down list which is suggested to
3 the username which the user wants to apply
use. In the following, insert ○
4 “Apply” button to apply a
(i.e. DVR_GODDNS in here). After that, click ○
DDNS domain name.
1.
2.
3.
4.
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Finally, the DVR domain name○
5 (http://DVR_GODDNS.ddns.camddns.com)
will be shown on the state block.
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.
G. NETWORK / Mail & FTP
Click on “Motion” or “Alarm” option to enable Mail Setting and FTP Setting
function.
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Mail Server: The IP address of Mail Server (i.e. mail.huntelec.com.tw).
SMTP Port: The port of SMTP (known as Simple Mail Transfer Protocol).
(Default value is 25)
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.
H.
OTHERS / Player Downloaded
User can click “Run” button to download the player to local PC.
I.
OTHERS/ Mobile Viewer
Click the drop down list of connection mode to select the sort of mobile viewer
connection. Then click Apply to reserve the setting. There is only JAVA /
IPhone option. Moreover, the video quality can be setup as well.
J. OTHERS / DVR Setting
DVR setting can be changed via the Internet.
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APPENDIX A: RECORDING TIME LAPSE (HOURS) - FULL D1-720 x 480
500 GB HDD
UNIT: HOURS
RECORDING SPEED
LOW
MEDIUM
STANDARD
HIGH
BEST
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
5
7.1
10.3
12.1
15.7
240
121
85
58
50
38
120
242
170
117
100
77
60
485
341
235
200
154
30
970
683
471
401
309
15
1941
1367
942
802
618
IPS)
(
1T HDD
UNIT: HOURS
RECORDING SPEED
LOW
MEDIUM
STANDARD
HIGH
BEST
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
5
7.1
10.3
12.1
15.7
240
242
170
117
100
77
120
485
341
235
200
154
60
970
683
471
401
309
30
1941
1367
942
802
618
15
3883
2734
1885
1604
1236
IPS)
(
1.5T HDD
UNIT: HOURS
RECORDING SPEED
LOW
MEDIUM
STANDARD
HIGH
BEST
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
5
7.1
10.3
12.1
15.7
240
364
256
176
150
115
120
728
512
353
300
231
60
1456
1025
706
601
463
30
2912
2051
1413
1203
927
15
5825
4104
2827
2407
1855
IPS)
(
2T HDD
UNIT: HOURS
RECORDING SPEED
LOW
MEDIUM
STANDARD
HIGH
BEST
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
5
7.1
10.3
12.1
15.7
240
485
341
235
200
154
120
970
683
471
401
309
60
1941
1367
942
802
618
30
3883
2734
1885
1604
1236
15
7767
5469
3770
3209
2473
IPS)
(
61
Half D1- 720x240
500GB HDD
UNIT: HOURS
RECORDING SPEED
LOW
MEDIUM
STANDARD
HIGH
BEST
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
3
5
7.2
10.1
12.8
240
202
121
84
60
47
120
404
242
168
120
94
60
809
485
337
240
189
30
1618
970
674
480
379
15
3236
1941
1348
961
758
IPS)
(
1T HDD
UNIT: HOURS
RECORDING SPEED
LOW
MEDIUM
STANDARD
HIGH
BEST
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
3
5
7.2
10.1
12.8
240
404
242
168
120
94
120
809
485
337
240
189
60
1618
970
674
480
379
30
3236
1941
1348
961
758
15
6472
3883
2696
1922
1517
IPS)
(
1.5T HDD
UNIT: HOURS
RECORDING SPEED
LOW
MEDIUM
STANDARD
HIGH
BEST
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
3
5
7.2
10.1
12.8
240
606
364
252
180
142
120
1213
728
505
360
284
60
2427
1456
1011
720
568
30
4854
2912
2022
1441
1137
15
9709
5825
4045
2883
2275
IPS)
(
2T HDD
UNIT: HOURS
RECORDING SPEED
LOW
MEDIUM
STANDARD
HIGH
BEST
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
3
5
7.2
10.1
12.8
240
809
485
337
240
189
120
1618
970
674
480
379
60
3236
1941
1348
961
758
30
6472
3883
2696
1922
1517
15
12945
7767
5393
3845
3034
IPS)
(
62
CIF-360x240
500 GB HDD
UNIT: HOURS
RECORDING SPEED
LOW
MEDIUM
STANDARD
HIGH
BEST
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
1.6
2.6
4.8
8
9.9
240
379
233
126
76
61
120
759
467
253
152
123
60
1517
934
505
303
245
30
3034
1867
1011
607
500
15
6068
3734
2023
1214
981
IPS)
(
1T HDD
UNIT: HOURS
RECORDING SPEED
LOW
MEDIUM
STANDARD
HIGH
BEST
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
1.6
2.6
4.8
8
9.9
240
759
467
253
152
123
120
1517
934
506
303
245
60
3034
1867
1011
607
490
30
6068
3734
2023
1214
981
15
12136
7468
4045
2427
1961
IPS)
(
1.5T HDD
UNIT: HOURS
RECORDING SPEED
LOW
MEDIUM
STANDARD
HIGH
BEST
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
1.6
2.6
4.8
8
9.9
240
1138
700
379
228
184
120
2276
1400
759
455
368
60
4551
2801
1517
910
736
30
9102
5601
3034
1820
1471
15
18204
11203
6068
3641
2942
IPS)
(
2T HDD
UNIT: HOURS
RECORDING SPEED
LOW
MEDIUM
STANDARD
HIGH
BEST
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
AVERAGE
1.6
2.6
4.8
8
9.9
240
1517
934
506
303
245
120
3034
1867
1011
607
490
60
6068
3734
2023
1214
981
30
12136
7468
4045
2427
1961
15
24273
14937
8091
4855
3923
IPS)
(
* The value is for reference only
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APPENDIX B: HDD COMPATIBLE TABLE
Brand
Model
Capacity
others
SEAGATE
STM3250820AS
250 GB
7200 10
ST3250310SV
250GB
SV35.3
ST3400620AS
400 GB
7200 10
ST3500320SV
500GB
SV35.3
ST3500320AS
500GB
7200 11
ST3500418AS
500GB
7200 12
ST3750640AS
750 GB
7200 10
ST3750330AS
750 GB
7200 11
ST31000333AS
1TB
7200 11
ST31000340AS
1TB
7200 11
ST31000340NS
1TB
Barracuda ES.2
ST31000340SV
1TB
SV35.3
ST31500341AS
1.5TB
7200 11
WD1600AAJS
160 GB
7200 CB
WD2500AAKS
250 GB
7200 CB
WD2500AVVS
250 GB
7200 GP
WD5000AACS
500 GB
7200 GP
WD5000AVVS
500 GB
7200 GP
WD5000AAKS
500GB
7200 CB
WD6400AAKS
640 GB
7200 BLUE
WD6400AVVS
640 GB
7200 GP
WD7500AACS
750GB
7200 GP
WD7500AVVS
750GB
7200 GP
WD10EACS
1TB
7200 GP
WD10EADS
1TB
Caviar Green
WD10EVDS
1TB
Green Power
WD10EVVS
1TB
7200 GP
WD15EADS
1.5TB
7200 GP
WD15EARS
1.5TB
7200 GP
WD20EADS
2.0TB
7200 GP
HDS721616PLA380
160 GB
7200
HDT725025VLA380
250 GB
7200
HDT725032VLA360
320 GB
7200
HDP725050GLA360
500 GB
7200
HCP725050GLA380
500GB
7200
HDT721010SLA360
1TB
7200
WD
HITACHI
* The compatible table64is for reference only
APPENDIX C: ERROR MESSAGE LIST
ERROR MESSAGE
ERROR STATUS & REASON
NOTE
H.D.D. Data structure Un-normal.
DISK ACCESS ERROR!
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 send the
FAILED
DVR back to repair when DVR is disability.
The USB file format is incorrect (Please format the pen drive to
FAT32) or Pen Drive is setup to ONLY READ mode (Please annul
MEDIA ACCESS FAIL!
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.
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
NO FILE!
name based on the following information.
16CH -> UpdateR.bin
08CH -> Update8.bin
04CH -> Update4.bin
USB DEVICE NOT
FOUND NO USB
BACKUP START TIME
ERROR
BACKUPEND TIME
ERROR
DISK ERROR
Pen Drive undetected. Please Unplug the Pen Drive and plug it again.
Backup start time error.
Backup end time 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.
The condition is caused by trying to stop recording when perform the
SCHEDULE RECORD
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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