INV5100 User Manual

INV5100 User Manual
INV5100
USER MANUAL
Optimum Standalone NVR
Version 1.0.5
About this user manual
Before installing and using this NVR unit, please read this user manual carefully.
Be sure to keep it handy for later reference.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
Chapter 2
2.1
2.2
2.3
Chapter 3
Introduction................................................................................................................................2
Overview....................................................................................................................................2
Product Components ..................................................................................................................4
Front Panel .................................................................................................................................5
Rear Panel ..................................................................................................................................6
Installation .................................................................................................................................7
HDD Installation ........................................................................................................................7
Hardware connection .................................................................................................................7
Setup NVR via Wizard ..............................................................................................................8
Getting Start .............................................................................................................................13
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
Chapter 4
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
Login ........................................................................................................................................13
Live Display Screen .................................................................................................................14
Emap Screen ............................................................................................................................20
Playback Screen .......................................................................................................................22
System Setup ...........................................................................................................................25
Camera Setup ...........................................................................................................................25
Record Setup ............................................................................................................................30
Event Setup ..............................................................................................................................33
Account Setup ..........................................................................................................................36
Storage Setup ...........................................................................................................................39
4.6
4.7
4.8
4.9
4.10
Chapter 5
Chapter 6
6.1
6.2
6.3
Network Setup .........................................................................................................................40
System Setup ...........................................................................................................................43
DIO Setup ................................................................................................................................48
Log ...........................................................................................................................................50
Map ..........................................................................................................................................51
WEB Client ..............................................................................................................................56
CMS Client ..............................................................................................................................57
Login ........................................................................................................................................57
Live Display Screen .................................................................................................................57
Emap Screen ............................................................................................................................58
6.4
6.5
Playback Screen .......................................................................................................................58
CMS Setup Page ......................................................................................................................58
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Chapter 1 Introduction
1.1 Overview
Optimum Standalone NVR is powered by embedded Linux NVR software and Dual-core 750MHz
(ARM 11MP with MMU) platform for superior performance and stability. This NVR systems can
support iPUX IP camera series for 6CH A/V recording and let you access your recordings quickly
and reliably. With this NVR system, customers can rapid deploy their IP surveillance application
with optimum surveillance and operating efficiency and delivers a better security and stability
than the counter-part Windows® powered system.
Application Architecture
Key Feature
 6CH IP and 2 Mega-Pixel cameras recording
 H.264, MPEG-4 and M-JPEG compression for recording and playback
 Digital zoom for live view and playback
 NVR software pre-installed on flash memory for rapid system deployment
 Enhanced Linux OS, well-protection against viruses and hackers
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Windows® remote client and WEB remote client support
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CMS and 3G mobile surveillance support
Hardware Specification
Model
INV5100
Type
NVR
Default/Max. CH
6CH
Processor
Dual-core 750MHz (ARM 11MP with MMU )
Memory
128MB DDR2 SDRAM
256MB NAND Flash
HDD Tray(Shipping w/o HDD)
2 SATA bay (80GB - 3TB per HDD)
RAID
RAID 1
Ethernet
Gigabit Ethernet x 1
USB
USB2.0 x 2
Power Consumption
External power adapter, AC 50/60Hz, 100 to 240V, 1.2A, DC 12V/4A
Dimension(H x W x D)
8.1cm x 12.3cm x 17.7cm
Video Format
H.264/MPEG-4/M-JPEG
Recording
Max. 6CH, 180FPS, 1080P
Remote Management
Max. 6CH live/4CH playback/4 Users
Multi-NVR Management
Max. 16 NVRs
Software Specification
Camera Support
Event Management
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IP cameras auto discovery within LAN
o
o
Video Compression: H.264/ MPEG-4/ M-JPEG
disconnected, video loss, storage full, hard disk failure,
o
Video Resolution: Up to 2 Megapixel
backup failure, system boot-up, system shutdown and
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Video Streaming: compression, resolution, frame
system configuration changed events within specified
rate, bit rate/quality, brightness, contrast, hue,
time.
saturation and sharpness settings
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o
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Monitor video motion, digital input, camera
On-screen event alert, event log, digital output, email
Channels Support (Recording): allows for up to 6CH 2
alert with attached recording video alert actions can be
megapixel IP camera recording
activated when an event is triggered
Audio: synchronized audio and video recording
Backup
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Recording
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Backup recording video of previous day to ftp server
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Recording Speed: Max. 6CH, [email protected]
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Copy button to copy recording video to USB device
recording
System
Recording Mode: Continuous/motion/alarm
o
Support network firmware upgrade
recording, multiple continuous/motion/alarm
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Support remote system shutdown and reboot
recording schedules
Security
Recording Buffer: Adjustable for pre-event recording
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o
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and post-event recording, recycle HDD and keep
Authority Management: four-level privilege, different
user rights can be assigned to different users
video days
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Event Logs: detailed event logs
Remote Live View
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User Logs: record of the users currently logged on and
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o
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View Mode: 1, 2X2, 1+5 and sequential display from
previously logged on to the NVR
NVR server
Disk Management
OSD information: Camera name, date/time,
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Support HDD S.M.A.R.T. to monitor hard disk drives status
record/event status
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Redundant storage with non-RAID, RAID-1 HDD modes
View Control: Full screen display, original video
Network
aspect ratio, video snapshot, optical PTZ/digital PTZ
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control and audio control
Protocol: HTTP, DHCP, Static IP, DNS, PPPoE, DDNS, FTP,
NTP, RDATE, SSH, UPnP and SMTP
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Device Tree: Tree View listing and management
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Event Control: Event List, Digital Input status and
Utility
digital output control
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Remote Playback
Outgoing Bandwidth Limit
NVR setup wizard (discovery NVR, NVR network setting
and quick setup IP Camera)
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Playback Mode: Max. 4CH playback
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Playback Mode: 1, 2X2 view mode
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Search Mode: By timeline
iPhone/iPad and Android app
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Playback Control: Play, pause, reverse play, previous
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1, 4 screen division
key frame/next frame, speed control(1, 2,4, 8. 16),
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HD live view and event video playback
video snapshot, digital zoom and audio control
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Snapshot for evident
Export: Convert recording video to AVI, ASF or MKV
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PTZ, ePTZ control
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Windows remote client, WEB remote client, iPhone/iPad
client and Android client
format and export to external USB device
1.2 Product Components
The package contains the main unit and its components as specified below. When you purchase
the NVR, please check to ensure the components specified below are included.
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The NVR unit
2 screws for disk drives
Power cord
Setup Wizard, Windows® Remote Client, iPhone® / iPad® app and Android® app
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1.3 Front Panel
LED
Description
Power button (blue when turned on)
OS
Blue = System ready
Flashing blue = System is starting up or shutting down
Flashing green = Data access
Red = System firmware is upgrading
Orange = USB drive connected (front port only)
Flashing orange = video clips copy from NVR to USB drive(front port only)
Copy
USB copy button (press to copy video clips from NVR to USB drive on the
front)
USB 2.0 host port
Note: Press and hold the copy button for one second to copy the video clips from the NVR
to the USB drive on the front port
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1.4 Rear Panel
Label
Description
USB 2.0 host port
Gigabit Ethernet port
DC +12V
Reset
Power receptacle
System reset button
Security lock slot
Note: To reset the configurations (e.g. admin password, DHCP settings, preferences, etc.),
make sure the power is ON and the system is running. Press and hold the Reset button for 5
seconds and then release it.
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Chapter 2 Installation
2.1 HDD Installation
1. Remove the screw at the bottom of the case and lift the front panel upward and away from the
housing to remove it.
2. Install the hard drives as illustrated below with the top of the drives, where the label is located,
facing each other. Push the drives lightly into place and then replace the front panel. Mount
the front panel and the drives by fastening the screws at the bottom of the case.
Note: Please install HDDs with the same model and storage capacity for easily
maintenance.
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2.2 Hardware connection
1. Connect one end of the network cable to the gigabit network port.
Note: Make sure network port is connected to the network via network cable. They will obtain
IP addresses automatically via DHCP by default. You must enable the DHCP function within
your network, as the NVR unit will retrieve an IP address through. (the IP Address and
Netmask will default to 192.168.1.200, 255.255.255.0 for eth0 in case of no DHCP server
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existed )
2. Connect the other end of the network cable to your Ethernet hub or switch.
3. Connect the power supply to your device first and only then plug it into the wall outlet. The
system starts up automatically as soon as you plug in the power supply. It takes about 1-2
minutes for the device to go online but the blue system LED will indicate when the system is
ready.
4. To safely turn off the device, press and hold the power button for about 4 seconds until the
red LED starts flashing. The system will then shut down all services and about 20 seconds
later, it will power down.
5. If for some reason the system is unresponsive, press and hold the power button for 6
seconds to forcefully shut down the system and cut off the power.
2.3 Setup NVR via Wizard
The NVR Setup Wizard (SetupWizard program) performs the initial setup procedures on the
NVR unit. After this procedure, you can begin access NVR via Windows® remote client or WEB
remote client..
1. Get the NVR Client installation file.
2. Double-click NVR Client Installation.exe to begin installation.
3. Follow the instruction of NVR Client Installation.exe to install, or click the Exit button to close
the installer.
4. Click the Start button -> NVR Remote Client -> SetupWizard.
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5. Choose your preferred language and then click the Next button
6. Click Search button, the NVR Setup Wizard will start searching for all the available NVRs on
the LAN currently. Choose one of them, and then click the Next button.
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7. Type in the admin password (default is “1234”), click the OK button and then click the Next
button.
8. Type in the NVR hostname, http port (default is 80) and eth0/eth1 network setting, and then
click the Next button.
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DHCP IP Setting: obtain IP Address, Netmask, Gateway, Primary DNS Sever and
Secondary DNS Server automatically via DHCP
Static IP Setting: configure IP Address, Netmask, Gateway, Primary DNS Sever and
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Secondary DNS Server manually.
9. Add cameras for this server. Click Search to automatically find all IP cameras on the LAN
currently. (adjust the Timeout parameter of the left bottom if can’t find any connected IP
camera, the default value is 60 seconds) Select the check box next to the desired IP camera
or All for all IP cameras, and then click Next button.
10. Select the searched IP cameras or manually configuring the IP cameras for the Address, Port,
Admin Name, Password, CH ID(video server only), Vendor, Model No. and click Apply and
then Next button.
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11. Click Start up NVR remote client or Start up NVR Web client to bring up the NVR remote
client or Web client.
12. Click the Exit button to finish the settings procedure and activate the NVR unit.
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Chapter 3 Getting Start
After the installation is done, you can begin to operate the NVR unit to monitor, playback the
connected IP cameras and manage the functions of the NVR unit via Windows® remote client.
3.1 Login
Click the Start button -> NVR Client -> NVR Remote Client at your Windows® desktop. When the
client is up, you will see the following login window.
Login window
Login your NVR unit by entering its NVR Name, IP Address, Port No., User Name, Password,
Language and Resolution and then click OK begin using this unit. (Note: The default
administrator: User Name is admin, Password is “1234”). After entering the correct information,
you will see the live display screen within 10 seconds.
Live display screen
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The entered NVR would be listed in the drop-down menu at the NVR Name field. You can select
available NVR units from the drop-down menu during next time you log in and the system will fill
in the related fields automatically and you only need to reenter the Password field to login your
NVR unit.
3.2 Live Display Screen
Upon successful login, the live display screen will be shown.
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System bar
In the system bar, you may see system information including the login user name, the address of
the NVR unit you connect to and the following buttons:
Icon
Description
Press to minimize Windows® remote client.
Press to close Windows® remote client.
Press to enter emap screen.
Press to enter live display screen.
Press to enter playback screen.
Press to enter setup screen.
Camera view window
Camera view window displays camera title bar and its live video stream in a grid. The NVR
supports different view modes for these grids, including single, quad, 9-split, 12-split, 16-split and
64-split view modes. Camera information will be shown on the camera title bar, it includes
camera name, current date/time, motion alarm and recording status.
Icon
Description
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/
Camera is being recorded/not being recorded.
Camera detects motion.
The camera title box and bounding box of camera view window will be shown in white color. It will
change to orange color when it becomes as the focus window. Double-click left mouse button on
a given grid will enlarge its size and double-click right mouse button on a given gird will reduce its
size. The grid will show the live video stream of each IP camera in the normal case. The following
background images will appear when abnormal status happens:
Image
Description
This channel is trying to connect to IP camera.
No response from IP camera. (Network failure or
IP camera disconnected.)
This channel is unused.
Device panel
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Device panel shows all the connected devices of NVR. A device can be an NVR, IP camera or a
network I/O module. The device node will be shown in red color in case of abnormal. Expanding
each device will show subordinate devices, such as sensor input devices or alarm output devices
on network I/O modules.
Icon
Description
Normal/Abnormal CMS (CMS client only)
/
Normal/Abnormal NVR
/
Normal/Abnormal IP camera
/
Normal/Abnormal video server
/
Normal/Abnormal video channel
/
Normal/Abnormal network I/O module
/
Normal/Abnormal sensor input device
/
Normal/Abnormal alarm output device
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Control panel
Control panel provides several buttons for control view mode and audio control. The status of
network I/O modules is also displayed in panel. You can trigger outputs using this panel if
network I/O module is connected.
Icon
Description
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Press to enter single view mode.
Press to enter quad view mode.
Press to enter 1+5 split view mode.
Press to enter full screen view mode.
Press to show video in original aspect ratio.
Press to take a snapshot from focus camera view
window.
Press to auto-switch camera views. Press Up/
Down arrow to adjust the switch interval. (10
seconds as default, max. 30 seconds.)
Listen to camera’s audio
Din reflects instant sensor input device status.
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stand for normal/abnormal status.
Dout reflects instant alarm output device statu
s.
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stand for normal/abnormal status.
PTZ panel
For PTZ camera, PTZ panel can control the direction, focal lengths, focus, iris, set/ go to preset
and speed of camera. Through camera view window, you can see the live video when navigate
PTZ cameras, adjust IRIS, Focus, zoom in and zoom out.
Icon
Description
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、
Press arrow(
、
、
、
、
、
、
or ) to adjust the TILT(up/down)/PAN(left/
right) position.
Press
to go the default position.
Press
/
to zoom in/zoom out
Press
/
to adjust the PTZ focus.
Press
/
to adjust the PTZ iris.
the PTZ.
Preset
Press Up/Down arrow to the preset point,
and then press Set to set the preset point
or Go to go to preset point.
Speed
Press Up/Down arrow to adjust the PTZ spe
ed.
Digital magnifying glass
Digital magnifying glass allows you to zoom part of the video stream and enlarge it to display on
the camera view window. Click and drag a highlight rectangle over a grid, move the rectangle to
a interesting area using mouse and scroll the mouse wheel forward to zoom in and backward to
zoom out. Right clicking on this grid will terminate the digital magnifying procedure.
Event panel
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Event panel shows latest events from the NVR or its connected IP cameras, with their status,
type, date/time, camera name, description and device IP information. New events are constantly
appended to the top of the list and old events will be removed from the list.
Icon
Description
Alarm happen and still exist
Alarm happen but disappeared
Currently supported event types include video motion, digital input, camera disconnected, video
loss, storage full, hard disk failure, abnormal recording, backup failure, system boot-up, system
shutdown and system configuration changed events
LED panel
The LED panel shows the current date/time, CPU usage, memory usage, HDD mode and status.
3.3 Emap Screen
Emap screen allows you to specify a multiple layers of maps to display the locations of NVRs, IP
cameras and network I/O modules so administrator can have an idea of where a device is
located and their current status. The device icons will be shown as red color on the map and
Emap panel when an event is triggered. For a camera device, click camera icon will pop up
associated live video window for live surveillance.
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Emap panel shows all the connected maps and devices of NVR. A device can be an Emap, NVR,
IP camera or a network I/O module. The device node will be shown in red color in case of
abnormal. Expanding each device will show subordinate devices, such as sensor input devices
or alarm output devices on network I/O modules.
Icon
Description
Normal/Abnormal Map
/
Normal/Abnormal NVR
/
Normal/Abnormal IP camera
/
Normal/Abnormal video server
/
Normal/Abnormal video channel
/
Normal/Abnormal network I/O module
/
Normal/Abnormal sensor input device
/
Normal/Abnormal alarm output device
/
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3.4 Playback Screen
Most of the functions are the same as those seen in live display screen, but there are some
differences in the playback screen.
Playback screen
Search panel
There are several different types of search methods that can be performed on the NVR unit. The
basic one is timeline search involves selecting the date, camera, time and then play.
1. Select Time Line search from the drop-down menu within the search panel.
2. Click the Calendar button
to pop up or pop down a calendar for selecting a date.
3. Select one, more or all cameras.
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4. Click OK to begin search.
Time line panel
Select a time by dragging the red bar or clicking the left and right arrows to the right of the time
display.
The
and
icons can zoom in and out the timeline scale.
And then the video can be played forwards, backwards, or frame-by-frame as following:
Playback control
Icon
Description
Press to increase backward speed at 1x, 2x, 4x, 8x and 16
x speeds.
Press to back one I-frame.
Press to rewind recorded video.
Press to pause recorded video.
Press to play recorded video.
Press to forward one frame.
Press to increase forward speed at 1x, 2x, 4x, 8x and 16
x speeds.
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LED panel
The LED panel will show the playback date/time and the play control information when in
playback screen.
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Chapter 4 System Setup
The Windows remote client allow you to optimize your NVR unit by adjusting settings like camera,
record, event, account, storage, network, system, DIO, log and license. It is extremely important
that you setup your NVR correctly.
4.1 Camera Setup
Camera setup page
Cameras can be added to Camera List in two ways: automatic or manual.
Automatic add camera
1. Click Auto Search button to bring up the Auto Search popup.
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Click Search button to list all the currently available cameras.
Select the check box next to the desired camera.
Specified the channel ID(of video server) for the desired camera.
Click Apply button to apply the change or Return button to cancel the change.
Click an available camera on the Camera List.
7. Enter the Admin Account and Password.
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8. Click Apply button to apply the change or Cancel button to cancel the change.
Manual add cameras
1. Click an desired camera on the Camera List.
2. Enter the Camera Name.
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3.
Check Camera Enable and Audio Enable to active the video and audio channel
4.
5.
6.
Enter the IP Address and Port on the Device Column.
Enter the Admin Account and Password.
Select the Vendor and Model for your IP camera or click Detect button to obtain it
automatically.
Click Apply button to apply the change or Cancel button to cancel the change.
7.
Camera streaming setting
It defines how IP camera videos should be streamed to NVR unit. Most IP cameras are capable
of providing multiple video streams at the same time. We call those video streams as stream
profile. Steam profile defines which video codec(H.264, MPEG-4 or MJPEG), resolution, frame
rate, bit rate/quality will be pulled from the IP camera. The available stream profiles will vary by
camera. By default, NVR pull only one stream (NVR stream 1) from IP camera. You can specify
different stream profiles for NVR stream 1 here.
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1. Specify the number of video streams are provided by IP camera at the same time
2. Select a stream profile from the stream profiles drop-down menu for NVR Stream 1.
3. Change the default video codec (H.264, MPEG-4 or MJPEG), resolution, frame rate, bit
rate/quality setting if needed. Click Submit button to save your changes to IP camera.
Note: The available values will vary by camera.
4. Click Apply button to apply the change or click Cancel button to cancel the change.
Camera image setting
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Clicking the Image tab and then adjust the following sliders to change the camera image:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Bright: move the Bright slider bar to the right or left to adjust the brightness.
Contrast: move the Contrast slider bar to the right or left to adjust the lighting difference
between dark and light areas of the image.
Hue: move the Hue slider bar to the right or left to adjust the color cast of the image.
Saturation: move the Saturation slider bar to the right or left to adjust the overall color
intensity of the image.
Sharpness: move the Sharpness slider bar to the right or left to adjust the edge contrast of
the image.
Click Submit button to save your changes to IP camera.
Click Default button to reset it to IP camera’s default.
Click Cancel button to cancel the change.
Click Apply button to apply the change or click Cancel button to cancel the change.
4.2 Record Setup
The record setup page allows you to create different recording schedules based on the day,
time, and type of recording desired.
Record setup page
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1. Select a camera for recording.
2. Select Copy To Cameras for copy current settings to other cameras.
3. Select Always, Event, Schedule or No Record mode.
Note: For event record mode, the camera will begin recording when NVR detects motion o
from cameras (can be the same or other cameras) or digital input of network I/O modules.
4. Specify how many days of record data are going to be kept in storage, which will not be
removed when recycling record data.
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5. Event record mode:
Specify Pre-Alarm Recording time (maximum 30 seconds), Post-Alarm Recording time
(maximum 30 seconds) and event sources (motion or digital input).
6. Schedule record mode:
Press left mouse button, drag a red rectangle over the Week Schedule area to specify a week
day/time frame and then release the mouse button.
Click the Add button to fill blue bars within the time frame for recording.
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Click any blue bar (the blue bar will be shown with yellow border), click the Modify button
and then change the from/to time for schedule modification.
Click any blue bar (the blue bar will be shown with yellow border), click the Delete button to
remove the schedule.
Click the Delete All button to remove all schedules.
7. Click Apply button to apply the change or click Cancel button to cancel the change.
4.3 Event Setup
The NVR unit can handle events of various types. They can be video motion, camera
disconnected, video loss and digital input, but also system events like storage full, hard disk
failure, abnormal recording, backup failure, system boot-up, system shutdown and system
configuration changed events.
Event setup page
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Add an event
1. Click Add button.
2. Select the Event Type from the drop-down menu.
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3. Select the Source in case of video motion, camera disconnected, video loss and digital input
events.
4. Enable the Schedule and specify the start/end time if the event can only be triggered within
specified time.
5. Specify the event actions including event log, digital output (the delay time and duration time
can be specified) and email alert with attached recording video (the clip length can be
specified).
6. Click Apply button to apply the change to Event Setup List or click Cancel button to cancel the
change.
Modify an event
1. Select an Event Setup on the Event Setup List column.
2. Click Modify button
3. Modify the Schedule and Action columns setting.
4. Click Apply button to apply the change to Event Setup List or click Cancel button to cancel the
change.
Delete an event or Delete all events
1. Select an Event Setup on the Event Setup List column.
2. Click Delete button or Delete All button
4. Click Apply button to apply the change to Event Setup List or click Cancel button to cancel
the change.
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4.4 Account Setup
The account setup is set to provide individual user role-based permissions,
including access rights on specific channels while live view, playback, export, backup, PTZ
control, DI/DO control, password change, Emap access, view/change setup. You can setup user
accounts with different permissions. The NVR supports four types user account:
Account setup page
1. Administrator: the administrator account is “admin”. (default password: 1234). It has the rights
of live view, playback and setup. The admin account cannot be deleted. They have the rights
to create and delete super users, normal users and guest users, and change their passwords.
2. Power user: power users can be granted the same rights as administrator or just be granted
partial administrator rights. They can be deleted by administrator.
3. Normal user: normal users can be granted the rights of live view, playback, change password
and view setup. They have no administration authority.
4. Guest user: guest users can be granted the rights as normal users except the right of change
password.
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Add a user
1. Click Add button.
2. Fill in User Name, Password, Reconfirm (password must be typed twice for confirmation
purposes), Type (administrator, power user, normal user or guest user), Enable (check this
box to enable this account), and idle client timeout period (disconnected if remote client idle
more than this period) information for the new account.
3. Select channels that the user has access rights.
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4. Specify the permissions for specified channels including live view, playback, export, backup,
PTZ control, DI/DO control, password change, Emap access, view/change setup for the
specified channels.
5. Click Apply button to apply the change to Account List or click Cancel button to cancel the
change.
Modify a user
1. Select a user on the Account List column.
2. Click Modify button.
3. Modify the related account information setting.
4. Click Apply button to apply the change to Account List or click Cancel button to cancel the
change.
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Delete a user
1. Select a user on the Account List column.
2. Click Delete button.
3. Click Apply button to apply the change to Account List or click Cancel button to cancel the
change.
4.5 Storage Setup
Storage setup page shows all information related to HDD Drives installed on the
NVR, it including:
1. HDD mode: RAID or non-RAID mode(independent HDD mode).
The RAID level depends on the number of HDD installed if in RAID mode:
HDD number
Mode
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RAID-1
Storage setup page
Note:
A. RAID is short for redundant array of independent (or inexpensive) disks. It is a category of
disk drives that employ two or more drives in combination for fault tolerance and
performance.
B. RAID-1 (Mirroring and Duplexing): Level 1 provides twice the read transaction rate of
single disks and the same write transaction rate as single disks.
2. Show all installed hard disks, their status, capacity and free size.
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3. The summary column will show the total storage capacity, status and RAID rebuild progress
in case of rebuild RAID.
Change HDD mode
1. Select independent mode or RAID mode.
2. Check Auto-Format to format any new installed or crashed HDD when boot NVR.
3. Check Record Recycle to enable recycling record data if HDD full.
4. Click Apply button, the system will reboot immediately to apply the change or click Cancel
button to cancel the change.
HDD SMART
Select a HDD tab to monitor the health, temperature, and status of the hard disk drives by the
S.M.A.R.T. (Self-Monitoring, Analysis, and Reporting Technology).
4.6 Network Setup
Network setup page
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To connect NVR to LAN or Internet, you need to:
1. Enter the NVR Host Name, HTTP port (default is 80), Streaming port (default is 8888)
2. Enable SSH (for remote maintenance purpose).
3. Enable UPnP(will show NVR information in Network of your Windows PC)
4. Select one of the following mechanisms to configure the Ethernet channels (eth0) of NVR:
A. DHCP IP setting: obtain IP Address, Netmask, Gateway, Primary DNS Sever and
Secondary DNS Server automatically via DHCP server (the IP Address and Netmask will
default to 192.168.1.200, 255.255.255.0 for eth0 in case of no DHCP server existed )
B. Static IP Setting: configure IP Address, Netmask, Gateway, Primary DNS Sever and
Secondary DNS Server manually.
C. PPPoE setting: Enter User Name and Password provided by ISP. The system will return
the IP assigned by ISP in case of dialup successfully.
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5. DDNS(Dynamic Domain Name Server) allows you to connect NVR with dynamic IP address.
You can refer to http://www.no-ip.com/services/managed_dns/free_dynamic_dns.html and
register an account, and then:
i.
ii.
iii.
iv.
Enter your account in User Name field.
Enter your password in User Password field.
Select the Sync Period to setup interval for IP/DDNS synchronization.
The domain name field will return your DDNS name assigned by no-ip when connect
successfully.
6. Configure your SMTP here to send event notifications to the E-mail address specified in
Event:
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i.
ii.
Enter your SMTP server.
Enter User Name of SMTP server
iii.
Enter User Password of SMTP server
iv.
Enter the sender address of event notifications
7. Click Apply button to apply the change or click Cancel button to cancel the change.
4.7 System Setup
System setup page is used to show system information, modify time zone/system time, backup
data, control local console and system maintenance.
Show System Information
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The system information tab shows the following items.
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Model
Firmware Version
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Camera Capacity
MAC Address
System Memory
CPU Usage
Modify Time Zone/System Time
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1.
2.
Select current Time Zone from the drop-down menu.
Specify current year, month and day from the calendar.
3.
Specify current time and click Apply Time button to apply the change. (the default time is set
according to the real-time clock on server.
Select the mechanism for time sync. (sync with an Internet NTP or Rdate time server
automatically.
Enter the IP address or the domain name of the NTP or Rdate server in the Time Server 1 –
Time Server5 field and fill in the sync period. (NVR can be configured as the NTP server for
the IP cameras or other servers. To ensure the date and time of the IP cameras are
synchronized with the NVR, enter the NVR IP as the NTP server of the IP cameras.)
Click Logs button to retrieve the time sync log.
Click Apply button to apply the change or click Cancel button to cancel the change.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Backup Data
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The NVR can backup recording video of previous day to ftp server as following:
1. Enter the IP address of FTP server.
2. Enter the User Name and Password.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Set up the Backup Path for backup files.
Enter the Backup Storage Capacity.
Enter the Start Time for backup
Select the cameras for backup
Click Apply button to apply the change or click Cancel button to cancel the change.
For copy to USB, you can specify the Duration until now and cameras here. And then, press and
hold the copy button for one second to copy the video clips from the NVR to the USB drive on the
front port.
System Maintenance
Windows client supports several remote NVR management features including: backup/restore
configuration file, reset default configuration, upgrade firmware and reboot/shutdown NVR
system.
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Backup/Load Configuration
1. Click Backup/Load button.
2. Browse a destination/file for backup/load.
3. Click the OK button.
4. A confirmation dialog pops up.
5. Click the OK button to confirm and start backup/load.
6. After configuration load, the NVR will restart automatically.
Reset to Default Configuration
1. Click the Reset to Default button.
2. A confirmation dialog pops up.
3. Click the OK button to reset.
4. After configuration load, the NVR will restart automatically.
Upgrade firmware
1. Browse the firmware file for upgrading.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Click the OK button.
A confirmation dialog pops up.
Click the OK button to confirm and start upgrade.
After upgrade, the NVR will restart automatically.
Clear Record Data
Erase all the recording data of your HDDs.
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4.8 DIO Setup
The NVR can handle the digital input/relay output devices via AP-SIO20 network I/O module.
Digital input/alarm output devices are connected directly with AP-SIO20 network I/O module, and
digital input/alarm output signals are converted to Ethernet through AP-SIO20 network I/O
module.
DIO setup page
Add a network I/O module
1. Click Add button.
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2.
Select Model of network I/O module from the drop-down menu.
3.
4.
5.
Specify the IP Address for network I/O module.
Specify the Din port (default is 103) and Dout port (default is 102).
Specify the name and NC/NO connection for each digital input device.(blue LED stand for
normal status, red LED stand for abnormal status)
Specify the name for each relay output device and click ON/OFF button to turn on/turn off
relay output device. (blue LED stand for turn off, red LED stand for turn on)
6.
7.
Click Apply button to apply the change to DIO List or click Cancel button to cancel the
change.
Modify a network I/O module
1. Select a network I/O module on the DIO List column.
2. Click Modify button
3. Modify the DIO Info column setting.
4. Click Apply button to apply the change to DIO List or click Cancel button to cancel the
change.
Delete a network I/O module or Delete all network I/O modules
1. Select an network I/O module on the DIO List column.
2. Click Delete button or Delete All button
3. Click Apply button to apply the change to DIO List or click Cancel button to cancel the
change.
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4.9 Log
The Log setup page shows recent event and login logs. In case of abnormal event or system
malfunction, the logs can be searched to analyze the related events or system problems.
Log page
1. Select Event or Login log.
2. Specify Event Type (event types include video motion, digital input, camera disconnected,
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video loss, storage full, hard disk failure, abnormal recording, backup failure, system boot-up,
system shutdown and system configuration changed events) or Login’s username and source
(local or remote).
3. Specify the search time range.
4. Click Search button will show the results in Log List column.
4.10 Map
1. In the Map page, right-click the E-map at Map Area and select Add Map.
2. Select your top layer map. (The default name for top layer map is Map0, you can rename it by
right click the associated icon at Emap tree panel of right-top corner.)
3. Click Change Map to change map or Delete Map to delete map.
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4. Place Camera, NVR, network I/O module, Din, Dout and Map to anywhere on the top layer
map by right click on the top layer map and select Add Object.
5. Select an object type and then enter their name, source IP, index and icon.
6. Add a camera object:
7. Add a NVR object:
8. Add a network I/O module object:
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9. Add a Din object:
10. Add a Dout object:
11. Add a sub-layer map object:
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12. Click Apply button to apply the change or click Cancel button to cancel the change.
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Chapter 5 WEB Client
Open Internet Explorer browser and enter NVR’s IP address in URL field. Go to the IP address,
users have to choose a language and enter the correct User Name and Password to login this
NVR system.
Note: Using WEB client for the first time, please add this NVR as browser’s trusted sites to make
sure WEB client has download privilege:
1. Click the Start button -> Internet Explorer at your Windows® desktop.
2. Click the Tools button, and then click Internet options.
3. Click the Security tab.
4. Now click on Trusted sites and then click on the sites button.
5. Enter the Website URL and click on Add.
6. When you are finished, click on Close
The operation of WEB client is the same as Windows® remote client. Please refer to Chapter 4
for the details..
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Chapter 6 CMS Client
The CMS client is a multiple NVRs management software. You can operate NVR units via CMS
client to monitor, playback the connected NVRs, import multiple-layered maps which display the
location of all NVRs, IP cameras, network I/O modules and digital input/output devices and
manage the functions of the NVR systems. The powerful software can manage max. 16 NVRs,
256 IP cameras and were specifically designed as an enterprise solution.
The look and feel of CMS client is quite similar with NVR Windows® remote client. We’ll mention
the difference parts as below.
6.1 Login
Click the Start button -> NVR Client -> CMS Client at your Windows® desktop. When the client is
up, you will see the following login window.
Login window
Login your CMS client by entering User Name, Password, Language and then OK begin using
this unit. (Note: The default administrator: User Name is admin, Password is “1234”). After
entering the correct information, you will see the live display screen within 10 seconds.
6.2 Live Display Screen
Please refer to section 4.2 for the details.
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6.3 Emap Screen
Please refer to section 4.3 for the details.
6.4 Playback Screen
Please refer to section 4.4 for the details.
6.5 CMS Setup Page
NVR setup page
NVRs can be added to NVR List in two ways: automatic or manual.
Automatic add NVR
1. Click Auto Search button to bring up the Search NVR popup.
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Click Search button to list all the currently available NVRs.
Select the check box next to the desired NVR.
Click Apply button to apply the change or Return button to cancel the change.
Click an available NVR on the NVR List.
Click Apply button to apply the change or Cancel button to cancel the change.
Manual add NVRs
1. Click an desired NVR on the NVR List.
2. Enter the NVR Name.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Enter the IP Address and Port.
Enter the Login Name and Password.
Check Alarm Auto-report to enable the event report of associated NVR.
Enter the Channel Number, Din Number and Dout Number of NVR capacity column.
Click Apply button to apply the change or Cancel button to cancel the change.
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Account setup page
The account setup is set to provide individual user role-based permissions, including access
rights on specific channels, Dins and Douts.
Add a user
1. Click Add button.
2. Fill in User Name, Password.
3. Select NVR that the user has access rights.
4. Specify the permissions for specified channels, Dins and Douts.
5. Click Apply button to apply the change to Account List or click Cancel button to cancel the
change.
Modify a user
5. Select a user on the Account List column.
6. Click Modify button.
7. Modify the related account information setting.
8. Click Apply button to apply the change to Account List or click Cancel button to cancel the
change.
Delete a user
4. Select n user on the Account List column.
5. Click Delete button.
6. Click Apply button to apply the change to Account List or click Cancel button to cancel the
change.
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Event setup page
The event setup page shows recent event logs. In case of abnormal event or system malfunction,
the logs can be searched to analyze the related events or system problems.
1. Check the Search Condition.
2. Specify the Start Time and End Time for search time range.
3. Specify NVR unit and Event type (event types include video motion, digital input, camera
disconnected, video loss, storage full, hard disk failure, abnormal recording, backup failure,
system boot-up, system shutdown and system configuration changed events) and camera
number.
4. Click Search button will show the results in Event List column.
Emap setup page
Please refer to section 4.10 for the details.
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