NVR609LX User`s Manual (English)

NVR609LX User`s Manual (English)
9 Channels Linux-Based
Standalone Network Video Recorder
NVR609LX
User’s Manual
Date: 5/21/2012
Firmware Version: V1.0.25
Content
Content ....................................................................................................................................... 1
1.
Introduction ......................................................................................................................... 3
Key Feature .............................................................................................................................. 3
2.
Product Specifications ....................................................................................................... 3
3.
Hardware Overview............................................................................................................. 6
Front Panel ............................................................................................................................... 6
Rear Panel ............................................................................................................................... 7
I/O Connections .................................................................................................................... 7
IR Remote Controller ................................................................................................................ 9
4.
Local Operation................................................................................................................. 10
Live-View ................................................................................................................................ 10
Configuration .......................................................................................................................... 12
Camera Setup ..................................................................................................................... 12
Record Setup ...................................................................................................................... 17
Alarm Setup ........................................................................................................................ 18
Network Setup .................................................................................................................... 20
Authority Setup ................................................................................................................... 26
Disk Management ............................................................................................................... 28
System Setup ..................................................................................................................... 30
NVR Playback ........................................................................................................................ 34
Time Search ....................................................................................................................... 34
Event Search ...................................................................................................................... 35
Playback ............................................................................................................................. 36
Backup ................................................................................................................................ 37
System Log ......................................................................................................................... 38
5.
Remote Access ................................................................................................................. 39
Search and Setup IP Address for NVR ................................................................................... 39
Live-View ................................................................................................................................ 41
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Configuration .......................................................................................................................... 46
System ................................................................................................................................ 46
User Management .............................................................................................................. 47
System Upgrade ................................................................................................................. 48
Network Setting .................................................................................................................. 49
PPPoE Setting .................................................................................................................... 50
DDNS Setting ..................................................................................................................... 51
Mail / FTP Setting ............................................................................................................... 53
DHCP Server ...................................................................................................................... 55
NVR Setting ........................................................................................................................ 56
6.
Backup and Playback ....................................................................................................... 57
Play the Recorded File in NVR’s HDD.................................................................................... 57
Play the Backup File ............................................................................................................... 59
Support List of Hard Disk Drive .............................................................................................. 61
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1. Introduction
Key Feature
 H.264 decompression format support.
 Real-time Display and Playback.
 Support 1080P (1920x1080) Camera for each channel.
 Audio Streaming/ Audio recording.
 Graphic User Interface.
 Support time-point backup function under network remote control mode. User can
select any time period to process backup from remote side.
 Support time-search and event-search function under network remote control mode.
 Up to four online clients for independent remote control; individual live-time, play-back
and time-search function available.
 Support Static/ DHCP IP and PPPoE, DDNS.
 Powerful mobile surveillance function, support JAVA, Blackberry, iPhone and Windows
mobile.
 Support log function.
2. Product Specifications
Video
Mode
Multiplex
Record & Display Channel
Max. 9 CH
Support IP Camera
H.264, MJPEG
Compression Mode
Support IP Camera Resolution
Up to 1920 x 1080
Record & Display Frame Rate
Up to 30FPS @ NTSC per channel
Split Screen
1, 4, 9
Video Output
Switchable: VGA output (D-Sub connector) / HDMI output
Audio
Audio Input
1 Microphone in (3.5mm phone jack)
Audio Output
1 Earphone out (3.5mm phone jack)
Audio Streaming
Real-time audio
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Audio Recording
Yes
Recording
Recording Format
H.264
Recording Video Resolution
Depends on the streaming from IP camera, up to 1920x1080
Recording Frame Rate
Depends on the streaming from IP camera,
up to 30FPS @ NTSC per channel
Recording Mode
Manual / Schedule / Event
Playback and Search
Playback Speed
Fast Forward: X2, X4, X8, X16, X32, X64
Fast Rewind: X8
Frame by Frame Playback
Pause
Time Search
Yes
Event Search
Yes
OSD and Control Interface
On Screen Display and Setup
Graphic User Interface on locally display
Mouse Control
Yes
IR Remote Controller
Yes
Web Interface
Remote access via IE browser, up to 4 clients simultaneously
Storage and Backup Device
Internal HDD
SATA HDD x 2, for recording
External USB Device
USB Stick/HDD/ Burner, for backup
Network
Ethernet
100/1000 Base-T
Network Protocol
HTTP, TCP/IP, RTP/RTSP, 3GPP, SMTP, FTP, PPPoE, DHCP (Server & Client),
DDNS, NTP, UPnP
E-Mail
Yes
FTP
Yes
Alarm System
Alarm Input
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Relay Output
2 (N.O & N.C)
Motion Detection
Yes
Video Loss Detection
Yes
Alarm Recording
Yes
Pre-alarm Recording
Yes
Buzzer Warning
Yes
Other Functions
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PTZ Control
Yes
Digital Zoom
Yes
Privacy Mask
Yes
Password Protection
Yes
Firmware Upgrade
Upgraded from USB, or from remote IE browser
Web browsing requirement
OS
Windows 2000, XP, Vista, Windows 7
Web Browser
Microsoft IE V7.0 (32-bit) or above
Suggested Hardware
Intel Core 2 Duo 1.66GHz, RAM: 1GB
Graphic card: 128MB onboard RAM
* Specifications are subject to change without notice
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3. Hardware Overview
Front Panel

 

 IR Sensor:
To receive the control signal from IR remote controller.
 LEDs:
Status indicator of Power, Record, Play, Hard disk and Network.
 USB Ports:
To connect mouse or USB device.
 MIC In:
The 3.5mm phone jack allows connect to a passive-type of microphone,
the voice will be transferred to the IP camera.
 Audio Out:
The 3.5mm phone jack allows connect to earphone or an amplified
speaker, you can hear the voice of the NVR.
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Rear Panel






 Power Connector:
To connect the included power adapter.
 Network Connector:
RJ-45 connector, Gigabit Ethernet port.
 VGA Output:
Connect to LCD monitor for locally display (D-Sub connector).
 HDMI Output:
Connect to LCD monitor for locally display (HDMI connector).
 HDMI/VGA Switch:
The switch to determine which display port (HDMI or VGA) to
output the image.
 Terminal Block:
The terminal block provides the following functionalities:
 8 Sets of Digital Input
 2 Sets of Relay Output
 RS-485
I/O Connections
I/O terminal connector:

8 sets of Digital Input (Alarm In + GND) – The digital inputs for connecting devices
that can toggle between an open and closed circuit, such as PIRs, door/window
contacts, glass break detectors, etc. When a signal is received the status changes
and the input becomes active.

2 sets of Relay Output (N.O. + COM or N.C. + COM) –The output to Relay switch
of the alarm device such as LEDs, Sirens, etc.
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Digital Input (Alarm Input)
GND (Ground): Initial status is LOW.
Alarm: Max. 50mA, 12VDC.
Door/Window
Contacts
Relay output
COM: Common pin.
N.O. (Normally Open): Max. 1A / 24VDC or 0.5A / 125VAC.
N.C. (Normally Close): Max. 1A / 24VDC or 0.5A / 125VAC.
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IR Remote Controller
AUTO
Press this button to perform “Auto Switch” function,
the channel will be displayed sequentially.
REC
Press this button to start recording and press again
to stop.
1~9
Select channel 1 ~ 9 with full screen.
MENU
Enter or exit the Main Menu.
▲
Move upward to select the icon, or increase the
number of setting.
►
Move rightward to select the icon, or increase the
number of setting.
▼
Move downward to select the icon, or decrease the
number of setting.
◄
Move leftward to select the icon, or decrease the
number of setting.
Enter selected items.
MODE
Press this button to change the split-screen mode.
SEL
Press this button to perform PTZ functions.
Fast rewind playback.
Picture by picture backward playback.
Picture by picture forward playback.
Fast forward playback.
Play back recorded video.
Stop the playback.
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4. Local Operation
Live-View
View Single
Channel
Click on the video of channel to view the single channel. Click again will back
to multiple-split screen.
Turn On/Off
Audio
There is an icon on the video indicates “Audio is ON” , or “Audio is OFF”
. Click on this icon to turn on/off the audio of channel.
Chatting to
Channel
There is an icon on the video indicates “Chatting is ON” , or “Chatting is
OFF” . Click on this icon to turn on/off the chatting function of channel.
Click this button to perform “Auto Switch” function, the channel will be
displayed sequentially. Click again to stop.
Click this button to display channels with 4-split screen.
Click this button to display channels with 9-split screen.
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Click the button to pop-up the PTZ control panel. Click this button again to
disable this function.
Note: This function is only available for the PTZ camera or video server.
Click this button to display the information of hard disk drive.
In single channel mode, click this button and then use mouse to draw a
range to zoom-in or zoom-out the video. Click this button again to disable
this function.
Click this button to turn the audio on or off, and adjust the volume level. The
icon on the video indicates “Audio is ON” -
, or “Audio is OFF” -
.
Click this button to turn on or off the audio broadcast. You can talk to all
channels when this function is ON. The icon on the video indicates “Audio
broadcast is ON” -
, or “Audio broadcast is OFF” -
.
Click this button to display in full screen mode. Click on screen again will
back to normal mode.
Click this button to enter the Playback Setup menu.
Click this button to stop the manual recording.
Click this button to start the manual recording.
Click this button to enter the Setup menu.
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Configuration
In Live-view mode, click
button to enter the Setup menu.
Camera Setup
CAMERA
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IPCam Setup
1~9: Click and select the channel to setup.
Enable: Click the checkbox to decide performing the connection or not.
IP Address: Use the virtual keypad to input the IP address of the IP camera or video
server.
Port: Use the virtual keypad to input the HTTP port number of the IP camera or video
server.
User: Use the virtual keypad to input the administrator’s login user name of the IP
camera or video server.
Password: Use the virtual keypad to input the administrator’s login password of the IP
camera or video server.
State: After click [Connect IPCAM] button, the connection status of the IP camera or
video server will reveal among this column.
[Connect IPCAM] button: After input the above information, click this button to
connect to the IP camera or video server.
[IPCam Quick Search]: Click this button to perform the “Search IP camera” function.
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Click [Search Device] button, NVR will search the IP camera or video server which IP
address is setup as the same domain as NVR’s IP address. Moreover, click the found
device from the list can import the device information to the channel automatically without
any manual key-in step.
IPCam Video Setup
1~9: Click and select the channel to setup.
Resolution: Click pull-down list to change the resolution of connecting device.
Quality: Click pull-down list to change the image quality of connecting device.
Frame Rate: Click pull-down list to change the frame rate of connecting device.
IPCam Image Setup
1~9: Click and select the channel to setup.
Display: Enable or disable the camera display on the screen or not.
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Title: Setup the title of connecting device.
Contrast: Click ◄ or ► to change the Contrast level.
Brightness: Click ◄ or ► to change the Brightness level.
Hue: Click ◄ or ► to change the Hue level.
Saturation: Click ◄ or ► to change the Saturation level.
Sharpness: Click ◄ or ► to change the Sharpness level.
Switch Dwell: Click ◄ or ► to change the time (in second) while performing “Auto
Switch” function.
Motion Setup
1~9: Click and select the channel to setup.
Relay Dwell: Click ◄ or ► to change the relay time or disable relay function.
Buzzer Dwell: Click ◄ or ► to change the buzzer time or disable buzzer function.
Area1 Sensitivity: Click the checkbox to enable or disable the detection of this area.
Click ◄ or ► to change the sensitivity of detection. Click [Motion Area Setup] to
draw the area for detect, the motion area is drawn in blue.
Area2 Sensitivity: Click the checkbox to enable or disable the detection of this area.
Click ◄ or ► to change the sensitivity of detection. Click [Motion Area Setup] to
draw the area for detect, the motion area is drawn in green.
Area3 Sensitivity: Click the checkbox to enable or disable the detection of this area.
Click ◄ or ► to change the sensitivity of detection. Click [Motion Area Setup] to
draw the area for detect, the motion area is drawn in red.
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Mask Setup
1~9: Click and select the channel to setup.
Area1: Click the checkbox to enable or disable the mask area. Click [Area Setup] to
draw the area for mask, the mask area is drawn in blue.
Area2: Click the checkbox to enable or disable the mask area. Click [Area Setup] to
draw the area for mask, the mask area is drawn in green.
Area3: Click the checkbox to enable or disable the mask area. Click [Area Setup] to
draw the area for mask, the mask area is drawn in red.
IPCam Audio Setup
Enable or disable the audio function of each channel.
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Record Setup
RECORD
Pre-Alarm Record Time: Click ◄ or ► to change the recording time of pre-alarm. The
available value is from 0~30 seconds.
Post-Alarm Record Time: Click ◄ or ► to change the recording time of post-alarm.
The available value is from 5~99 seconds.
Record Mode: Click pull-down list to change the recording mode. There are 3 modes:
Manual, Schedule and Alarm trigger.
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Alarm Setup
ALARM
Alarm Trigger Setup
Alarm Auto Switch: Click the pull-down list to change the display mode when an
alarm is triggered. When the alarm is triggered, the screen will switch to full screen,
split screen or disable.
Video Loss Detection: Click the pull-down list to enable or disable the “Video Loss”
as an alarm. When the video loss is detected, the alarm will trigger.
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Alarm Output Setup
Video Loss Buzzer Time: Click ◄ or ► to change the buzzer time when video loss is
detected. The available value is from 5~99 seconds.
Video Loss Relay Time: Click ◄ or ► to change the relay time when video loss is
detected. The available value is from 5~99 seconds.
Alarm Event Setup
There are six sort of events can be selected. When the selected items are happened and
triggered, the alarm will be activated.
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Network Setup
NETWORK
IP Address Setup
IP Mode: Click the pull-down list to change the IP mode to Static IP or DHCP.
IP Address: Use the virtual keypad to input the IP address of NVR.
NetMask: Use the virtual keypad to input the subnet mask of the network.
Gateway: Use the virtual keypad to input the IP address of default gateway.
DNS1/ DNS2: Use the virtual keypad to input the IP address of DNS (Domain Name
Server).
WebPage Port: Use the virtual keypad to input the HTTP port of NVR.
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PPPoE Setup
PPPoE Setting: Click the pull-down list to enable or disable the PPPoE connection.
User Name: Use the virtual keypad to input the user name (ADSL account) which
provided from local ISP.
Password: Use the virtual keypad to input the ADSL password which provided from
local ISP.
Password Confirm: Use the virtual keypad to input the password again to confirm.
State: Present the current status of PPPoE connection.
Send Mail After Dialed: Click the pull-down list to enable or disable this function. This
device will send a mail with the Subject to a specific mail account when dialed
successfully.
Subject: Use the virtual keypad to input the subject of the Email will be sent.
DDNS Setup
DDNS Enable: Click the checkbox to enable or disable the DDNS function.
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DDNS Server: Click the pull-down list to select DDNS provider.
Host Name: Use the virtual keypad to input the registered host name (domain name)
from the DDNS provider.
User Name: Use the virtual keypad to input the login user name from the DDNS
provider.
Password: Use the virtual keypad to input the login password from the DDNS
provider.
Update Interval: Use the virtual keypad to input a period of time to update IP address.
State: This field will display the message to indicate the status of DDNS service. The
message will be:
Updating: Information update.
Idle: Stop service.
DDNS registered successfully, now log by http://<hostname
(username)>.<provider>.com: DDNS registration successful, can now link to the
NVR with this URL address.
Update Failed, the name is already registered: The hostname or username has
already been used. Please change it.
Update Failed, the name is already registered.
Update Failed, please check your internet connection.
Mail Setup
Enable: Click the checkbox to select which event should send mail when it is
triggered.
Mail Server: Use the virtual keypad to input the IP address or URL of the send-mail
server.
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SMTP Port: Use the virtual keypad to input the port of the mail service. Default is 25.
User Name: Use the virtual keypad to input the user name of the sender to login mail
server and send the mail.
Password: Use the virtual keypad to input the password of the sender to login mail
server and send the mail.
Sender’s Mail: Use the virtual keypad to input the sender’s mail address.
Receiver’s Mail: Use the virtual keypad to input the receiver’s mail address.
BCC Mail: Use the virtual keypad to input the mail address to receive the mail also.
Subject: Use the virtual keypad to input the subject of the Email will be sent.
FTP Setup
Enable: Click the checkbox to select which event should send message to FTP server
when it is triggered.
FTP Server: Use the virtual keypad to input the IP address or URL of the FTP server.
User Name: Use the virtual keypad to input the user name to login FTP server.
Password: Use the virtual keypad to input the password to login FTP server.
FTP Port: Use the virtual keypad to input the port of the FTP service. Default is 21.
Path: Use the virtual keypad to input the file path on FTP server to save the sent file.
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DHCP Server Setup
Enable: Click the checkbox to enable or disable DHCP Server function. When the
function is activated, the NVR can be treated as the DHCP server. The NVR will
assign or distribute one of the IP address which is according to the setup IP address
range (start and end IP Address.) to the connecting IP camera or video server (these
devices must enable DHCP function as well).
Start IP Address: Use the virtual keypad to input the start IP Address of DHCP server.
End IP Address: Use the virtual keypad to input the end IP Address of DHCP server.
Lease Time: Click ◄ or ► to change the lease time of DHCP server.
UPNP Port Forwarding Setup
Enable: Click the checkbox to enable or disable the “UPnP Port Forwarding” function.
This function provides an easy way to configure the NAT (Network Address
Translation) in router. If the router equips “UPnP Port Forwarding” function too, the
NVR will ask the router to open the “External HTTP Port” and “External RTSP Port” for
the NVR automatically. Therefore, you don’t need to configure the Port Forwarding
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manually.
Note: Not all routers equip “UPnP Port Forwarding” function.
External HTTP Port: Use the virtual keypad to input the External HTTP Port.
External RTSP Port: Use the virtual keypad to input the External RTSP Port.
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Authority Setup
AUTHORITY
HDD Format: Click the checkbox to enable or disable the authority of HDD Format
function. If enable this function, the user has to input password while performing HDD
format.
Anonymous User Login: Click the checkbox to enable or disable the authority of
anonymous user login. If enable this function, the user does not have to input the
username/ password and can view the Live-view via IE browser.
Password Protection: Click the checkbox to enable or disable the authority of
password protection.
Keyboard Lock: Click the checkbox to enable or disable the operation of control bar
which is on the right side of Live-view screen. The control bar cannot work when
keyboard lock is activated.
User Management
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Among this page, user can setup the user management permission and the user
authority management.
Permission: Click this button will open the following page to modify and alter the user
authority.
Add User: Click this button will open the following page to distribute the authority and
the permission for the new user.
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Disk Management
DISK
Overwrite Mode: Click the pull-down list to enable or disable overwrite function.
Hard Disk Full Warning: Click the pull-down list to change value with non-overwrite
mode. When the ratio of remain space is below the value, it will enable audible alarm
(If Audible alarm of Buzzer of Alarm Setup is ON).
Auto Deletion: Click the pull-down list to enable or disable auto deletion function.
Reserve Day: Click ◄ 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.
Storage Information
Click this button will open the following page to present the information of storage
device.
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Format HDD
Click this button will open the following page, input the user name and password and
then format the HDD.
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System Setup
SYSTEM
NVR Name: Use the virtual keypad to input and assign the name to NVR.
NVR ID: Click ◄ or ► to assign the ID for NVR.
Language: Click the pull-down list to change the NVR language.
Date Format: Click the pull-down list to change the date format. There are
DD/MM/YYYY, YYYY/MM/DD and MM/DD/YYYY three modes.
Version: The firmware version of the NVR.
Software Update
Click this button will open the following page, user can perform firmware update.
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Configure Setup
Click this button will open the following page. Click the checkbox to select which item
can be setup by user. User can also load the setting to factory default, load the configure
from USB and backup configure to USB.
Time Setup
Click this button will open the following page.
[SYNC] button in “Time” block: Click this button can adjust and synchronize the time
of NVR as the system time of PC.
[SYNC] button in “NTP Setup” block: After enable the checkbox and then click this
button, the time of NVR will synchronize to the NTP Server.
Year/ Month/ Time: Click ◄ or ► to manually adjust the time of NVR.
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Daylight Saving Time Setup
Click this button will open the following page.
After enable the daylight saving time function, the user can use the pull-down list to select
the start time and the end time to perform daylight saving time.
Status Display Setup
Click this button will open the following page.
Click the checkbox to enable or disable the item. The selected item will be displayed on
Live-view screen.
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Monitor Adjust
Click this button will open the following page. Click ◄ or ► to adjust the monitor
related setting, and select the monitor resolution of the VGA output.
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NVR Playback
In Live-view mode, click
button to enter the Playback Setup menu.
Time Search
Time Search
Select the date from the calendar and then observe the table on bottom. If this day
contains the recorded data, the boxes in table will become to red. Click on the box to
start the playback.
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Event Search
Event Search
Click the event log item shown on the list to start the playback.
Moreover, user can click [Event Filter] button to show the following page, select the
specific event option to filter the event that shown on the list.
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Playback
Click on
Video
Click on the video of channel to view the single channel. Click again will back
to multiple-split screen.
Turn On/Off
Audio
There is an icon on the video indicates “Audio is ON” , or “Audio is OFF”
. Click on this icon to turn on/off the audio of channel.
Click this button to backup the playing recorded video (.264 video backup)
and click this button again to finish the backup. For performing the single
image backup (.Y42 single image backup), click
to pause the playback
and then click this button to backup the necessary image.
Click this button to display channels with 4-split screen.
Click this button to display channels with 9-split screen.
Click this button and then use mouse to draw a range to zoom-in or
zoom-out the video. Click this button again to disable this function.
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Click this button to turn the audio on or off.
Click this button to display in full screen mode. Click on screen again will
back to normal mode.
Click the button to control the playback.
Backup
The Playback Setup menu also provides the backup function.
Backup
Device: Click the pull-down list to select the connected USB storage.
Start Time/ End Time: Click ◄ or ► to change the start and end time for backup.
Select Channel: Click the checkbox to select the channel for backup.
After setup the above settings, click [Backup Now] button to start the backup.
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System Log
System Log
System log reserves all of the system record. The maximum log quantity is 2000.
To perform the further log filter action, click [Log Filter] button to show the following
page. Select the specific event option to filter the log that shown on the list.
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5. Remote Access
The NVR has built-in web server, user can link to the NVR via IE browser, and the Live-view,
playback, backup and configure the NVR remotely.
Please follow the next pages to configure and do the remote access.
Search and Setup IP Address for NVR
IP Search is a utility that provides an easier, more efficient way to configure the IP
address and network settings of the NVR and network camera in Local Network (LAN). It
even provides a convenient way to set the network settings for multiple devices
simultaneously.
The software can be installed from the attached software CD.
1. Once IP Search has been successfully installed on the computer, double click the “IP
Search” icon on the desktop.






2. IP Search searches all the network devices which connect to the intranet and lists on
the window. Click [Search] button to search again.
3. From the list, select the device with the MAC Address that corresponds to the device
that is to be configured.
4. Click and select one of the network devices, the network configuration of this device
will show on the bottom, filling in the IP Address, Subnet Mask, Gateway and the
others.
5. Click [Set] button to complete the configuration settings and save into the device.
6. Wait for 1 minute to let the device update the settings, and then click [Search] button
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again to re-search the network devices.
7. Click and select the network device listed on the window and click [Open Web]
button. It will open an IE browser and connect to this device directly.
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Live-View
Start the IE browser, type the IP address of the
NVR in the address field:
http://<IP of NVR>
If the “HTTP Port” has been changed from “80”,
type the URL as:
http://<IP of NVR>:<HTTP Port>
After link to the camera, it will show a dialogue
box. Key-in the user name and password to
log-in and open the web page of camera.
The default user name and password are
“admin” and “admin”.
For the first time to view the camera video via IE, it will ask you to install the ActiveX
component.
If the installation failed, please check the security setting for the IE browser.
1. In IE, click on [Tools]  [Internet Options…]
2. Click on [Security] Tab  [Custom Level…]
3. In Security Settings, under [Download unsigned ActiveX controls], select
“Enable” or “Prompt”.
4. In Security Settings, under [Initialize and script ActiveX controls not marked as
safe], select “Enable” or “Prompt”.
5. When pop-up window with warning message, click [Yes] to save the settings.
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1
2
3
4
5
When popup the following dialogue box, click [Yes].
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The web page of the NVR shows as following.
If you are using IE 8.0 or above, please click “Compatibility View” icon to make this web
page works properly:
②
①
⑦
④
③
⑥
⑤

Configuration : Go into the configuration page to set the parameters if necessary.

Online Visitor : Shows how many users connect to this NVR. The maximum
connecting user is 4.

Status Bar : Shows system date/time and the status.

Advanced Options : Right-click on the video, a window will be pop-up and list some
advanced options, the options are:
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Snapshot CHx :
Click this option to take the snapshot and save it into the local
PC. It will ask you where to save the file.
Performance :
Click this option and then select the speed to display the video.
Use Overlay :
After enable this option, the video will be displayed by
using the hardware accelerator of display card. This will
reduce the CPU loading and enhance the performance.
Note: some display cards have incompatible issue with
Overlay function. If the video is abnormal, please disable
this option.
Play Audio :
Click this option to play the audio of this channel. Click again to
turn off it.

Playback Control : Click these buttons will perform the Playback functions.
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Function Buttons : Click these buttons will perform the following functions.
Time-Point Backup : Click this button to download and backup the
recorded video from NVR.
Select the start and end time and then click [Save] button. It will ask
you where to save the file.
Note: the backup video can only be played by “A6Viewer.exe”, you
can download this software in “Configuration” Page.
Record : Click this button to manually record the video into the local
PC. It will ask you where to save the video. Click on [Stop] button will
stop the recording.
Note: the recorded video can only be played by “A6Viewer.exe”, you
can download this software in “Configuration” Page.
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Full Screen : Click this button to view the video in full screen mode.
Click this button again, or press the Esc key on keyboard, it will back
to normal mode.
9-Split : Display all 9 channels simultaneously.
4-Split : Display 4 channels simultaneously.
Single Channel : Display single channel one by one. You can also
double-click the channel to enlarge it.

PTZ Control : Click these buttons will perform the following functions.
Pan / Tilt the camera:
Click the direction buttons.
Move camera back to
the home position:
Click
Speed
Adjust the speed of the
camera movement:
Select the speed from the pull-down list, higher
value is faster.
Zoom
Adjust the zoom ratio:
Pan/Tilt
Control
Click
button.
or
button to zoom-in or
zoom-out the camera.
Auto Pan
Preset
Point
Click
Perform the Auto Pan
function:
to start “Auto Pan”, or click
to stop “Auto Pan”.
Select the preset point from the pull-down list,
move the camera to the position as your wish,
Set / Change Preset
Point:
and then click [Save] button to set the preset.
Select the preset from pull-down list and then
Go to Preset Point:
click [Go], camera will go to the position.
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Configuration
System
System
Information
Server Information
Server Name: You can type a name into this field to identify this device.
MAC Address: The MAC address of the Ethernet network card in the device.
NTP Time Setting
Time Zone: The time zone setting that has been setup in NVR. This setting cannot be
configured remotely.
NTP Server: The IP address or URL of the NTP server.
After set up, click [Apply] to save the settings.
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User Management
You can add, remove and manage the users in this page.
User Management
HDD Format Password Check
Enable or disable whether check the password to do the HDD format process.
Anonymous User Login
To allow user visit this device without login. Select to enable or disable this function.
After set up, click [Apply] to save the settings.
Add User
To add a new user, click [Add User]
button to open the pop-up window.
Input the username, password and
select the permission, and then click
[OK] to add the user.
User List
This table lists the current users.
Edit: To change the username and
password, click [Edit] and modify the
user in the pop-up window.
Remove: To remove the user, click
[Remove].
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System Upgrade
This page allows user to upgrade firmware and restore the factory default settings.
System Upgrade
Firmware Upgrade
The firmware can be upgraded online.
To update the firmware, click [Browse…] to select the new firmware file, and then
click [Upgrade] to the procedure.
Load Default
To load the factory defaults, click [Load] and then click [Yes] on the prompted window.
To load the settings from previous backup settings, click [Browse…] to select the
setting file, click [Load] and then click [Yes] on the prompted window.
Backup Settings
To backup the settings from NVR, click [Download] and select the location to store
the file.
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Network Setting
Network Setting
IP Assignment
DHCP: If this device behinds a router and the router provides DHCP service, using
DHCP, this device will get all network parameters from the router automatically.
Static: Assign IP address, subnet mask, gateway, and DNS manually.
HTTP Port: Set the port for HTTP connection. The default is “80”, change the port if
you want to use router’s NAT (Network Address Translation) to make this device can
be linked from Internet.
UPnP Port Forwarding
The “UPnP Port Forwarding” function provides an easy way to configure the NAT
(Network Address Translation) in router. If the router equips “UPnP Port Forwarding”
function too, this device will ask the router to open the “External HTTP Port” and
“External RTSP Port” for this device automatically. Therefore, you don’t need to
configure the Port Forwarding manually.
Note: Not all routers equip “UPnP Port Forwarding” function. The device will report
whether this function is successful after click [Apply] button.
After set up, click [Apply] to save the settings.
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PPPoE Setting
If this device connects to an ADSL modem directly and want to use PPPoE connection, set
the parameters in this page.
PPPoE Setting
PPPoE Connection
Select [Enable] to use PPPoE. Type in user name and password for the ADSL
connection.
Send E-mail After Dialed
If select [Enable], when connect to the Internet via PPPoE, this device will send a
mail with the Subject to a specific mail account, this mail contains the public IP
address of the ADSL connection.
E-mail Subject
The subject of the E-mail will be sent.
After set up, click [Apply] to save the settings.
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DDNS Setting
This device supports DDNS, set the parameters in this page.
DDNS Setting
DDNS Setting
There are several DDNS providers can be selected. Select the provider from the
pull-down list, input Hostname, User name, Password and the Schedule Update time,
and then click [Apply] to connect to the DDNS provider.
Status
This field will display the message to indicate the status of DDNS service.
Updating: Information update.
Idle: Stop service.
DDNS registered successfully, now log by http://<hostname
(username)>.<provider>.com: DDNS registration successful, can now link to the
NVR with this URL address.
Update Failed, the name is already registered: The hostname or username has
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already been used. Please change it.
Update Failed, the name is already registered.
Update Failed, please check your internet connection.
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Mail / FTP Setting
To send out the event video to E-mail or FTP, please set up the configuration first.
Mail / FTP
Mail Setting
Motion / Alarm: Select which event should be informed by Email.
Send Mail Server: The IP address or URL of the send-mail server.
Mail Port: The port of the mail service. Default is 25.
User Name / Password: The user name and password of the sender to login mail
server and send the mail.
Sender’s Mail: The sender’s mail address.
Receiver’s Mail: The receiver’s mail address.
BCC Mail: The mail address to receive the mail also.
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FTP Setting
Motion / Alarm: Select which event should be informed to FTP.
FTP Server: The IP address or URL of the FTP server.
User Name / Password: The user name and password to log in the FTP server.
FTP Port: The port of the FTP service. Default is 21.
Store Path: The path to save the sent file.
After set up, click [Apply] to save the settings.
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DHCP Server
Enable: Click the checkbox to enable or disable DHCP Server function. When the
function is activated, the NVR can be treated as the DHCP server. The NVR will
assign or distribute one of the IP address which is according to the setup IP address
range (start and end IP Address.) to the connecting IP camera or video server (these
devices must enable DHCP function as well).
Start IP Address: Input the start IP Address of DHCP server.
End IP Address: Input the end IP Address of DHCP server.
Lease Time: Input the lease time of DHCP server.
After set up, click [Save] to upload and save the settings into NVR.
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NVR Setting
In this page you can configure all settings in the NVR.
After set up, click [Save] to upload and save the settings into NVR.
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6. Backup and Playback
The NVR provides a software is named “A6Viewer.exe”, this software is running under
Windows, it can play the following files:

The recorded file in NVR’s HDD.

The recorded file that is backup by using USB device.

The recorded file that is backup by using IE web browser.

The snapshot file that is taken in web page of NVR by using IE web browser.
You can find the “A6Viewer.exe” in attached CD, or download it from the web page of NVR in
“Configuration”  “Player”. Moreover, while perform the USB backup, this software will be
included in the USB device automatically.
Play the Recorded File in NVR’s HDD
1. Remove the HDD from NVR, and then connect the HDD to PC.
2. Run “A6Viewer.exe”, click [File] and then select [HDD Play].
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3. Click the pull-down list under “HDD Select” to select the HDD.
4. Select the date and time, and then click [Time Search] or [Event Search] to begin
the searching.
5. Click on the desired video to play it.
6. You can convert the video to AVI file during playback, just click [Save AVI] button,
and then select the folder and filename to save it. Click [Stop AVI] will stop the
conversion.
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Play the Backup File
The “A6Viewer.exe” can also play the backup file in USB device and PC.
1. If you want to play the backup file in USB device, insert it to PC.
2. Run “A6Viewer.exe”, click [File] and then select [File Play].
3. Click [Open] button under “File Select” to select the location contains the backup file.
4. Select the date and time, and then click [Time Search] or [Event Search] button.
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5. Click on the desired video to play it.
6. You can convert the video to AVI file during playback, just click [Save AVI] button,
and then select the folder and filename to save it. Click [Stop AVI] will stop the
conversion.
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Support List of Hard Disk Drive
Brand
Model
Capacity
Others
SEAGATE
ST380815AS
80 GB
7200 10
ST3160815AS
160 GB
7200 10
STM3250820AS
250 GB
7200 10
ST3250310SV
250 GB
SV35.3
ST3400620AS
400 GB
7200 10
ST3500320SV
500 GB
SV35.3
ST3500410SV
500 GB
SV35.5
ST3500320AS
500 GB
7200 11
ST3500418AS
500 GB
7200 12
ST3500312CS
500 GB
Pipeline HD .2
ST3750640AS
750 GB
7200 10
ST3750330AS
750 GB
7200 11
ST31000333AS
1 TB
7200 11
ST31000340AS
1 TB
7200 11
ST31000340NS
1 TB
Barracuda ES.2
ST31000340SV
1 TB
SV35.3
ST31000322CS
1 TB
Pipeline HD .2
ST31000525SV
1 TB
SV35.5
ST31000524AS
1 TB (SATA III)
7200 12
ST1500DL003
1.5 TB (SATA III)
Barracuda LP
ST31500341AS
1.5 TB
7200 11
ST32000542AS
2 TB
Barracuda LP
WD1600AAJS
160 GB
7200 CB
WD2500AAKS
250 GB
7200 CB
WD2500AVVS
250 GB
7200 GP
WD3200AVVS-73L2B0
320 GB
7200 GP
WD5000AACS
500 GB
7200 GP
WD5000AVVS
500 GB
7200 GP
WD5000AAKS
500 GB
7200 CB
WD
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HITACHI
WD5002ABYS
500 GB
7200 RE
WD5000AAKX
500 GB (SATA III)
Caviar Blue
WD6400AAKS
640 GB
7200 BLUE
WD6400AVVS
640 GB
7200 GP
WD7500AACS
750 GB
7200 GP
WD7500AVVS
750 GB
7200 GP
WD10EACS
1 TB
7200 GP
WD10EADS
1 TB
Caviar Green
WD10EVDS
1 TB
Green Power
WD10EVVS
1 TB
7200 GP
WD10EARS
1 TB
Caviar Green
WD10EALX
1 TB (SATA III)
Caviar Blue
WD15EADS
1.5 TB
7200 GP
WD15EARS
1.5 TB
7200 GP
WD15EURS
1.5 TB
7200 GP
WD5000AVDS-63U7B0
1.5 TB
7200 GP
WD15EVDS
1.5 TB
7200 GP
WD20EADS
2 TB
7200 GP
WD20EVDS-63T3B0
2 TB
7200 GP
WD20EARS
2 TB
Caviar Green
WD20EURS
2 TB
7200 GP
WD30EURS
3 TB
CE-GP
HDS721616PLA380
160 GB
7200
HDT725025VLA380
250 GB
7200
HDT725032VLA360
320 GB
7200
HDP725050GLA360
500 GB
7200
HCP725050GLA380
500GB
7200
HDT721010SLA360
1 TB
7200
HDS721010CLA332
1 TB
7200
HDS722020ALA330
2 TB
7200
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