Jands DMR 1681DR User Manual


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“Dangerous voltage" within the product's enclosure that may be strong
enough to cause a risk of electric shock.
This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of
important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature
accompanying the appliance.
WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS
APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
NOTE:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a class digital
device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in
a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction
manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this
equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the
user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
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All the safety and operating instructions must be read before the unit is operated.
•
Make sure to switch the power off before you install the DVR.
•
There is the danger of an electric shock if the DVR is opened by an unqualified
service engineer or installer.
•
Avoid using the DVR outside of the reference temperature and humidity indicated
in the specification.
•
Avoid exposing the DVR to violent movement or vibration.
•
Do not use or store the DVR in direct sunlight or near to any source of heat.
•
Do not place any object into the holes used for air circulation.
•
Before connecting the power cord, please select the correct voltage for local use.
You may switch between DC 12V / 10A .
•
Always use the DVR in a well ventilated location to prevent overheating.
•
Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect type.
•
Dispose of used batteries according to the instructions.
•
When the system is overheated, the below warning message will be displayed at
the monitor.
“ SYSTEM IS OVERHEATED, TURN THE POWER OFF AND CHECK COOLING FAN”
In this case, do the power off right away and check the cooling fan working.
•
2
The HDD is recommended to use enhanced IDE Hard Disc Drive type.
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CONTENTS
Chapter 1 Features ............................................................................. 4
Chapter 2 Packing Detail..................................................................... 6
Chapter 3 Location and Control ........................................................... 7
3.1 FRONT PANEL CONTROLS...................................................... 7
3.2 REAR PANEL CONNECTORS................................................... 8
Chapter 4 Installation .......................................................................... 9
4.1 TOTAL CONNECTION LAY-OUT............................................... 9
4.2 INDIVIDUAL CONNECTION .....................................................10
Chapter 5 Operation...........................................................................14
5.1 FACTORY DEFAULT .............................................................14
5.2 FRONT PANEL CONTROLS ..................................................18
5.3 REMOTE CONTROLLER .......................................................37
5.4 MOUSE CONTROL................................................................38
Chapter 6 MENU Setup ......................................................................39
6.1 QUICK SETUP ......................................................................39
6.2 SCREEN ...............................................................................42
6.3 RECORD ...............................................................................49
6.4 EVENT ..................................................................................61
6.5 SYSTEM................................................................................65
6.6 LINK ......................................................................................74
6.7 SEARCH ...............................................................................81
6.8 COPY ....................................................................................81
6.9 EXIT ......................................................................................82
Chapter 7 External Terminal Information.................................................83
Chapter 8 Specifications ....................................................................87
Chapter 9 HDD INSTALLATION PROCESS ........................................90
9.1 Install the internal Hard Disk Drive(s). ....................................90
Chapter 10 Network Viewer ................................................................91
10.1 SYSTEM REQUIREMENT ......................................................91
10.2 INSTALLING THE DVR VIEWER ............................................91
10.3 DVR VIEWER - LAYOUT ........................................................93
10.4 DVR VIEWER - LIVE MODE .................................................108
10.5 DVR VIEWER – PLAYBACK MODE ......................................110
10.6 DVR VIEWER – SETUP .......................................................117
APPENDIX ...........................................................................................130
The author assumes no responsibility for any errors or omissions that may appear in this
document nor does the author make a commitment to update the information herein.
VER.: 0.1, P/N: 040157
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FEATURES
Chapter 1
Features
Operation
Playback, recording, backup and transmission simultaneously
Real time single or multi-screen display
Pan & Tilt, 2X digital zoom and PIP display
Easy operation by Jog shuttle, IR remote controller, external keypad controller and
USB 2.0 Mouse
Hidden camera option (covert)
User-friendly setup menu and operation
Playback
Multi-screen playback (Full, Quad, 9/16 split)
Search by date, time and camera
Preview window on event search mode
Playback mode(frame/ field) setup automatically
Recording
Select of the recording quality grade for each channel
Individual camera frame rate can be set by user
Manual, schedule and event recording
Pre & Post-alarm recording
Select of the recording image size for each channel
4 channels audio recording
Select of the event mode for each channel
MPEG4
16CH DVR: The recording speed of max.480 images per second (NTSC, CIF)
8CH DVR: The recording speed of max.240 images per second (NTSC, CIF)
Network
Live and playback viewing
Remote control on a networked PC with the exclusive client viewer
(The viewer software is supplied for free.)
Flexible connections - 10/ 100 Mbps Ethernet/ ADSL
Up to 16 network users access simultaneously
Audio transmission between DVR and Client
Dynamic IP is available
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Audio
4 channels audio recording in real time
MPEG4 16CH / 8CH DVR: 4 channels audio recording in real time
Audio channel select for each channel
Copy
USB 2.0 flash memory
CD-RW/ DVD±RW (option)
General
Software downloading facility via network and USB flash memory
Auto detection of PAL / NTSC
Built-in hardware Watchdog
Automatic time adjustment through Network
VGA output for PC monitor(Option)
Optional CD-RW or DVD±RW
Loop-through connections
Support of multiple Languages
Graphic User Interface for the MENU screen
Analog Spot to support OSD and not to roll off
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INSTALLATION
Chapter 2
Packing Detail
F(-)
F(+)
AUTO
FREEZE
(AF)
(PRESET)
COPY
SEARCH
REW
SPOT
FUNCTION
PTZ
SLOW
LIVE/PB
FAST
DIR
PLAY/ PAUSE
REC
Z(-)
FF
Z(+)
MENU
STANDBY
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
+10
0
HDD
@
RX/TX
REC
PLAY
ALARM
RESET
ESC
D-ZOOM
STATUS
(HOME )
MULTI
PIP
CAMERA / NUMBER INPUT
1. DVR
2. Network Viewer Program CD
4. Remote controller
3. User’s Manual
5. Power Cord
6. Battery
CONTENTS
1. DVR
2. Network Viewer Program CD
3. User’s Manual
4. Remote Controller
5. Power Cord
6. Batteries
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Location and Control
Chapter 3
3.1 FRONT PANEL CONTROLS
1 2 3
14
1 SPOT / ESC
2 FUNCTION
15
4 5 6 7 8
16
9 10 11 12 13
17 18 19 20 21 22 23
24
Button to control spot monitor/ return to the previous menu
Using this button when you select “USER” in Relay 4/ PTZ speed control
Button to begin the auto sequence mode/ decrease the value/ focus in PTZ mode
/ Button to set the section repetition playback button
Button freeze image/ increase the value/ focus in PTZ mode
/ Button to set the section repetition playback
3 AUTO / F / ( - ) /A
4 FREEZE / F / ( + ) / B
5 PTZ/ BOOKMARK
Button to control PTZ camera/ Bookmark marking button
6 COPY(AF)
7 SEARCH (PRESET)
Button to display the copy menu/ automatically focus in PTZ mode
Button to display the search menu/ preset in PTZ mode
8 LV / PB
9 SLOW (
Button to convert the screen into real view mode or into playback mode
Button to slow down the playback speed
)
10 FAST ( )
11 DIR ( )
12 PLAY / PAUSE (
13 REC ( )
Button to speed up the playback speed
Button to change the direction of playback
)
Button to start the playback. If press again, playback will pause.
Button to begin and stop recording
14 CD-RW
15 USB port
Removable HDD rack (Option: Built-in Removable HDD or CD-RW or DVD±RW)
USB 2.0 port to use a USB flash memory, Mouse or USB external devices
16 LED Display
Display of the status of POWER(STANDBY), HDD(HDD) , NETWORK (RX / TX),
REC, PLAY(PLAYBACK)
17 CHANNEL SELECT
18 MULTI
Buttons to select the camera or input the password /”0” for Audio select
Multi-channel select button
19 ALARM RESET / 20
/ STATUS/ ( HOME )
Button to release the event signal/ move the left direction/ PAN left in PTZ mode
Button to enter the next step/display the status/return to home position in PTZ mode
21 PIP / /CLEAR
22 D-ZOOM / Button to control PIP function/ move to the lower direction/ TILT down in PTZ mode/
Button to release the section repetition playback
Button to control the digital zoom/ move to the right direction/ PAN right in PTZ mode
23 MENU / Button to display the setup menu/ move to the upper direction/ TILT up in PTZ mode
24 JOG SHUTTLE
To make easy search in playback and menu setup/ control the playback speed/
control the zoom of PTZ camera
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3.2 REAR PANEL CONNECTORS
3
1
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
CAMERA IN / LOOP OUT
9
10
8
CAUTION
11
12
13
14
15
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
16
IN
WARNING:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF
FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK
VGA
OUT
S-VIDEO
AUDIO
OUT
AUDIO IN
RS - 232
ETHERNET
USB
2
485 T.ADJ RL1 RL2 RL3 RL4
SENSOR
1
2
3
4
G
5
6
7
8
G
9
10
11
12
G
13
14
15
16
G
VIDEO
TA
TB
G
IN
OUT
G
NO
CM
NO
CM
NO
CM
NO
CM
SPOT
DC 12V
1
1
MONITOR OUT
4
5
6
7
Port Name
1 CAMERA IN
2 CAMERA OUT
3 VGA OUT (optional)
4 SPOT OUT
5 VIDEO OUT
6 S-VIDEO OUT
7 AUDIO OUT
8 AUDIO IN
9 SERIAL
10 ETHERNET
11 USB1 / USB2
12 RS 485
13 T-ADJ
14 RELAY OUT
15 ALARM IN
16 POWER IN
17 POWER SWITCH
8
2
3
8
4
9
10 11 12 13 14
15
16
17
Description
BNC input ports for cameras
BNC output(looping) ports for cameras
Output port for the VGA monitor
This DVR is compatible with TFT LCD monitor in PAL mode.
BNC output port for spot monitor
BNC output port for the main monitor
Output port for the S-video output
RCA output port for an audio signal
RCA input ports for an audio signal(4CH Line input)
Connector for debugging. This DVR can be controlled by the other device
through this connector(RS-232C).
Port for 10/ 100Mbps Ethernet/ XDSL
USB 2.0 ports to use USB flash memory, Mouse or the external devices
Terminal blocks of RS-485
Input and output terminal blocks for time synchronization among DVR’s
4 relay output terminal blocks
Input terminal blocks for alarm signals
Socket for a DC 12V, 10A power cord
Switch to turn the power on / off
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Chapter 4
Installation
4.1 TOTAL CONNECTION LAY-OUT
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INSTALLATION
4.2 INDIVIDUAL CONNECTION
4.2.1 Camera
* Connect a female BNC connector of each camera to a male BNC connector, “CAMERA IN” port.
* Connect the looping BNC output to other inputs as required.
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4.2.2
Audio (*Refer to the specification)
Audio Input
- AUDIO IN : Connect the RCA Line Jack of the relevant equipment (for example, a camera with
a built-in microphone) to the AUDIO IN port.
Audio Output
- AUDIO OUT : Connect the RCA Line output to a monitor with a built-in speaker.
NOTE
- This DVR can be connected only with a line audio and not support a microphone for audio input and output.
To record audio should be enable in the AUDIO setup at the MENU setup.
- You can select audio channels regardless of cameras.
** Please refer to 5.2.15 AUDIO SELECT, P36.
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4.2.3 Monitor
- Connect the female BNC for monitor output.
- Connect the male Y/C cable socket for S-VIDEO monitor output.
4.2.4 Power
- Select the correct voltage of power (12V / 10A)
- Connect the DC Adaptor Jack.
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4.2.5 USB 2.0 ports
-Three USB ports are provided to connect a USB flash memory, external storage devices and
CD-RW/DVD±RW for video clip copying. One USB port is on the front panel and the other
two are on the rear panel.
-A USB mouse can be connected to one of the ports. You can use the mouse to navigate
through the screens and menus much like you would on a computer.
Installation Process
Connect the desired device to the DVR, as shown above.
( For example, USB flash memory, mouse, external storage device etc.)
Note:
1. Please turn on the power of USB storage devices after DVR is booted completely.
2. Most USB flash memory brands are compatible, problem occurs only to some brands.
Therefore, when data is unable to be achieved from the USB flash memory, please try
again using other brands.
3. Most CD-RW disks are compatible using CD-RW device, problem occurs only to some
brands. Therefore, when data is unable to be achieved from the CD-RW DVR, please try
again using other brand CD-RW disks.
4. When compatibility problem occurs using DVD±RW device, please try again using other
brand disks.
5. Recommended Media Brand
4~12X CD-RW: Melody, VIO, RITEK, KOKOLO, Princo, MITSUBISHI, RIDATA
4X DVD+RW: RIDATA, PHILIPS, MITSUBISHI, VERBATIM
4X DVD-RW: RIDATA, MITSUBISHI
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OPERATION
Chapter 5
Operation
5.1 FACTORY DEFAULT
MENU Setup>
QUICK SETUP>
QUICK SETUP…………………………..…………….. OFF
IMAGE SIZE………………………………………..….. 720x240 (HD1)
RECORD FRAME……………………………….……. 240
EVENT……………………….…..…………................ ALL
PRE RECORD TIME……….………………….……… 5 SEC
POST RECORD TIME…………………………...…... 10 SEC
IMAGE QUALITY………………………….…….……. FINE
AUDIO RECORD ……………………………….……. OFF
REMOTE CONTROL ID………………………….….. ALL
SCREEN>
AUTO SEQUENCE
QUAD-A~E/ SIX/ SEVEN/ NINE-A~B/
TEN/ THIRTEEN/ SIXTEEN.……………….. 3SEC
ADD AUTO SINGLE….……………………... OFF
AUTO-SINGLE/CH1~16…………………….. 3SEC
VIDEO LOSS SKIP..…………………………. ON
DISPLAY
HDD FREE SPACE.…………………………. ON
HDD FREE SPACE MODE..…...…………… PERCENT
RECORD STATUS..…..…………………….. ON
CLOCK DISPLAY…….……………………... ON
DATE & TIME MODE..………………………. YY/MM/DD
TITLE DISPLAY……………………………… ON
TITLE MODE…..……………………….…….. TEXT
BORDER COLOR.…………………….…….. WHITE
REMOTE CONTROL ID..…………….…….. OFF
TITLE
CH 1~CH 16……………………………………. CH 1~CH16
MULTI SCREEN
MULTI 4E………………………………… ….... 2/ 4/ 6/ 8
DISPLAY …………………………... ON
MULTI 6………………………………………… 1/ 2/ 3/ 4/ 5/ 6
DISPLAY …………………………... ON
MULTI 7………………………………………. 1/ 2/ 3/ 4/ 5/ 6/ 7
DISPLAY ……………………….... ON
MULTI 9B………………………………… .... 10/11/12/13/14/15/16/1/2
DISPLAY ……………………….... ON
MULTI 10……………………………………… 1/ 2/ 3/ 4/ 5/ 6/ 7/ 8/ 9/ 10
DISPLAY ……………………….... ON
MULTI 13……………………………………… 1/ 2/ 3/ 4/ 5/ 6/ 7/ 8/ 9/ 10/ 11/ 12/ 13
DISPLAY ……………………….... ON
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COVERT
CH 1~16…………………………………….... OFF
SELECT…………………………………..….. LV&PB&NW
COVERT TITLE DISPLAY ………………… OFF
SPOT
SPOT MODE………………………………….. MANUAL
SPOT SEQUENCE TIME………………….... 3SEC
VIDEO LOSS SKIP………………………..… ON
CAMERA
CHANNEL …………………………………….... 1
BRIGHTNESS ……………………………….…. 50%
CONTRAST………………………………….….. 50%
HUE ……………………………………………… 50%
SATURATION…………………………………... 50%
RECORD>
RECORD SETUP
RECORD PROGRAM..…………………......
RECORD PROGRAM
IMAGE QUALITY
RECORD QUALITY……………..….…….....
AUDIO RECORD
AUDIO 1………………..…..………….…......
AUDIO 2………………..……………………..
AUDIO 3………………..…………………….
AUDIO 4……………..……………………….
6
FINE
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
REPEAT RECORD
REPEAT RECORD..……………………….... ON
REPEAT RECORD ALARM.………………... 5%
PLAY MODE.…………………………………….….... FRAME
BACKUP MODE..……………………………….…..... OFF
HOLIDAY
HOLIDAY RECORD………………………….. OFF
HOLIDAY SETUP(MM/DD) …………………. 00/00
EVENT
MOTION DETECTION
CHANNEL……………………………… 1
SENSITIVITY…………………………... 5
EVENT SCREEN MODE..…………………… SCREEN HOLD
EVENT CHECK ….………………………….. OFF
EVENT MESSAGE..…………………………... OFF
EVENT MESSAGE RESET………………..... 5SEC
EVENT BUZZER..…………………………..... OFF
SENSOR INPUT
SENSOR 01~16 INPUT TYPE..….…. NOT USED
RELAY OUTPUT
CH 1~16: ALARM/ V-LOSS/ MOTION..1/ 2/ 3
RELAY 1~3 OUTPUT TIME..………… 1SEC
RELAY 4 SELECT.….………………… POWER
SYSTEM>
HDD
HDD CONFIGURATION
REMOVABLE/ FIXED-01~04……..…. NO HDD
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REC HDD INITIALIZE…..…………………..… NO
BACKUP HDD INITIALIZE………………….... NO
CLOCK
DATE & TIME
TIME ADJUST
INTERNET TIME ADJUST...………… OFF
SELECT TIME SERVER …………….. NONE
SELECT TIME ZONE …………….. GMT+09:00
DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME..…….……. OFF
START TIME ……………………… APR/1ST/SUN/02/AM
END TIME …………………………. OCT/4TH/SUN/02/AM
VIDEO STANDARD…………….…………………….. AUTO
LANGUAGE……………….………..…………………. ENGLISH
REMOTE CONTROL ID.…………….………..……… ALL
KEY ECHO…..………………….…………………….. ON
ADVANCED SETUP
PASSWORD CHECK………………………… OFF
SET PASSWORD
ADMIN PASSWORD………………….. NONE
USER1 PASSWORD…………………. NONE
USER2 PASSWORD…………………. NONE
USER3 PASSWORD…………………. NONE
USER4 PASSWORD…………………. NONE
USER AUTHORITY
AUTHORITY
U1
U2
U3
U4
REC
OFF OFF
OFF
OFF
SEARCH&PLAY
OFF OFF
OFF
OFF
COPY
OFF OFF
OFF
OFF
LIVE AUDIO
OFF OFF
OFF
OFF
DVR SETUP
OFF OFF
OFF
OFF
DVR STATUS
OFF OFF
OFF
OFF
PTZ CONTROL
OFF OFF
OFF
OFF
POWER OFF
OFF OFF
OFF
OFF
DVR MENU SETUP
MENU INITIALIZE….……………..
NO
LOAD MENU FROM FILE
SAVE MENU TO FILE
DVR MENU SETUP
MENU INITIALIZE ….……………………..
NO
LOAD MENU FROM FILE
SAVE MENU TO FILE
FIRMWARE UPGRADE………………….…………… NO
LINK>
NETWORK
DHCP……..…………………………………… OFF
IP ADDRESS…………………………………. 192 168 000 002
SUBNET MASK…………………………….… 255 255 255 000
GATEWAY………………………………….… 192 168 000 001
DNS………………………………………….… 000 000 000 000
PORT………………………………………..… 5400
DYNAMIC IP SERVER……………………… 211.174.251.155
BACKUP IP SERVER……………………….. 211.174.251.160
NETWORK FRAME…………...………………STILL/MOTION
RS232C
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BAUD RATE..………………….……………... 115200
DATA BIT……..………………………………. 8
PARITY BIT….……..………………………… NONE
STOP BIT……..………………………………. 1
RS422/485
SYSTEM ID……..……………………………. 1
BAUD RATE..………………….……………... 115200
DATA BIT……..………………………………. 8
PARITY BIT….……..………………………… NONE
STOP BIT……..………………………………. 1
PTZ
CH 1~16: MODEL/SPEED/ ID……………… NONE/ 9600/1
E-MAIL
SEND E-MAIL………………………………... OFF
SMTP SERVER……………………………… NONE
DVR E-MAIL ADDR…………………………. NONE
OPTIONAL
USER ID……………………………….. NONE
PASSWORD…………………………… NONE
E-MAIL ADDR 1~10…………………… NONE
SEARCH>
CALENDAR SEARCH
SEARCH&COPY
HDD ID………………………………………. NORMAL
CHANNEL…………………………………… ALL
TIME SEARCH
HDD ID………………………………………. NORMAL
CHANNEL…………………..………………. ALL
EVENT SEARCH
HDD ID………………………………………. NORMAL
CHANNEL…………………..………………. ALL
EVENT…………………..…………………… ALL
BLOCK SEARCH
HDD ID………………………………………. NORMAL
FILE SEARCH
MEDIA……………………………………….. USB_FRONT
TEXT SEARCH
HDD ID………………………………………. NORMAL
CHANNEL…………………..………………. ALL
BOOKMARK SEARCH
LOG FILE
COPY>
COPY
MEDIA……………………………………….. USB_FRONT
HDD ID………………………………………. NORMAL
CHANNEL…………………………………… ALL CHANNEL SELECT
COPY STATUS
COPY START/ END/ CUR TIME.………… 2000/00/00 00:00:00
MEDIA FORMAT
FORMAT MEDIA..………………………….. USB_FRONT
MEDIA FORMAT
MEDIA INFORMATION
MEDIA TOTAL ……………………………… 0MB
EXIT>
EXIT …………………………………………………. SAVE ONLY
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5.2 FRONT PANEL CONTROLS
5.2.1 POWER ON/ OFF SWITCH(located in rear panel)
After the connection of power adaptor and other devices(HDDS) with this DVR, turn the power on.
a. The video signal system (NTSC or PAL) is automatically
detected.
b. Power Failure Recovery
This DVR automatically reverts back to programmed
record parameters upon power restoration.
c. If the power key is protected by password, the power off
cannot be executed before input the correct password.
(Refer to the PASSWORD in the SYSTEM menu,P70).
• If there is no video signal, the video signal system is set to NTSC. Do not input the PAL type video signal or it may
cause the DVR’s malfunction. In this case, turn off and on again.
5.2.2 SCREEN DISPLAY
5.2.2.1 Multi-Display & Full Screen display
A. Multi display
The example is displayed by 16CH DVR
To change a single camera display to the multi camera, press the MULTI button.
B. Full screen display
Press the desired camera number button to display on the monitor.
NOTE:
-Use the +10 Button when you select two digit camera numbers.
EX) Camera Number 12 = Press the +10 Button, and then press the No. 2 Button.
-CAMERA/NUMBER INPUT buttons are used to input the password in the password lock function as well.
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5.2.2.2
Auto Sequence Display
TIPS
• This function will change the monitor display type automatically by your setting.
<ADD AUTO SINGLE : ON>
example for 16CH
- Press the AUTO button, each screen display will be automatically switching according to the AUTO
SEQUENCE setup.
- If you set up “ADD AUTO SINGLE : OFF” in the AUTO SEQUENCE setup menu, P42, the single
display will be skipped.
- To view the single display, set up “ADD AUTO SINGLE : ON” in the AUTO SEQUENCE setup
menu, P42, and the single display will be included in the auto sequence display.
- Press the AUTO button again to exit the AUTO mode.
NOTE:
-If an event takes place, the AUTO SEQUENCE mode will be cancelled. Please refer to the 6.2.1 AUTO
SEQUENCE, P.42.
5.2.2.3 Freeze
TIPS
• This function will freeze the “live(record) video” display.
MULTI SCREEN MODE
At the Multi display mode, press the FREEZE button and then select the desired camera number.
Press the FREEZE button again to release the FREEZE mode.
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SINGLE SCREEN MODE
Press the FREEZE button after the desired channel is selected.
Press the FREEZE button again to release the FREEZE mode.
NOTE:
- If you press the MULTI button after pressing the FREEZE button, all the channels will display still
images.
- FREEZE function is not available, when auto mode is selected. Please refer to the 6.2.1 AUTO
SEQUENCE,P.42
5.2.3 RECORD
TIPS
• This button will enable DVR recording mode.
• When the recording mode on, schedule recording will automatically start and stop recording by your settings.
• If schedule recording is off, DVR will begin to manual recording.
• The recording mode will not disable when you playback or enter setup menu, unless you press the button again.
Press the REC button and the following message will be displayed:
MANUAL MODE
Press the REC button to begin recording. To stop recording,
press the REC button again. The screen will be turned into real time display mode.
SCHEDULE MODE
When Schedule mode is selected, the recording will be automatically executed according to the
recording schedule (Please refer to the 6.3.2 RECORD PROGRAM in the RECORD setup, P50.)
Recording status will be shown on the screen as different words according to the type of
recording and refer to the following.
N:Manual recording status.
S:Schedule recording status.
E:Event recording status. (Motion detection/ Video loss/ Sensor)
-:Not
recording.
-:
Note:
- If a channel has an event, all channels will be recorded by event recording frame rate to be set in
RECORD PROGRAM menu.
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5.2.4 SEARCH & PLAYBACK
TIPS
• This will playback the recorded video from HDD or backup media.
• Block search is particularly for HDD raw data search even HDD index damaged.
Press the SEARCH button, the SEARCH menu screen appears.
TIME SEARCH
NOTE:
-If you press the PLAY button in the real time screen mode, playback will be executed from the end of the
previous time search.
-If you press the DIR button, it will playback image backward instantly from recent time. To exit the
playback mode and see the live screen again, press LV/PB button.
Search operation
• At all of the SEARCH menu.
• Move the cursor to desired position using the
, , , buttons and press the ENTER button to enter
setup
• Change the value using the (-), (+) buttons
or turn the JOG DIAL.
5.2.4.1 CALENDAR SEARCH
① Enter the CALENDAR SEARCH menu.
* The date is displayed by white in case of no data.
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② Select the desired HDD, channel and date, then press the ENTER button, and the following
screen appears.
③ Press the ENTER button to play the selected images.
Note :
-Dots in green color on the bar indicates recorded data.
5.2.4.2 SEARCH & COPY
TIPS
• You can search from HDD and copy to USB device or internal CD-RW / DVD±RW (optional).
• Please refer to 5.2.10 COPY function in P30 for detail description.
① Enter the SEARCH & COPY menu.
② Select the desired HDD ID, CHANNEL, TIME, and press the ENTER button then you can
playback.
③ Press ESC button to go back the previous menu.
④ Move the cursor to START COPY and then press the ENTER button to copy.
⑤ Enter a password if you want to protect your file.
If you don’t want a password, press ESC button to start to copy.
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5.2.4.3 TIME SEARCH
① Enter the TIME SEARCH menu.
② Select the desired HDD ID, CHANNEL, TIME, and press the ENTER button then you can
playback.
③ Press LV/PB or ESC button to go back the previous menu.
5.2.4.4 EVENT SEARCH
① Enter the TIME SEARCH menu.
② Select the desired HDD ID, CHANNEL,EVENT, TIME, and press the ENTER button then you can
playback.
③ Press LV/PB or ESC button to go back the previous menu.
NOTE:
- When video loss is detected, up to five seconds of pre-recording data is stored on the HDD and the
details will be listed in the EVENT LIST. The beep sounds and the LED of the ALARM RESET
button will flicker. Press the ALARM RESET button to remove this signal.
- When the unit receives a signal from the sensor input, DVR begins to record the input data
according to the PRE/POST TIME in the RECORD setup and the details will be listed in the
EVENT LIST.
CAUTION
- If the internal HDD(s) is initialized, all of the event images will be deleted.
- When the unit is in normal recording status, the pre-recording will not be executed.
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5.2.4.5 BLOCK SEARCH
TIPS
• If you fail to search by the other way, you can use the block search for HDD raw data search.
① Enter the BLOCK SEARCH menu.
② Select the desired HDD ID, TIME, BLOCK and press the ENTER button then you can playback.
③ Press LV/PB or ESC button to go back the previous menu.
5.2.4.6 FILE SEARCH
TIPS
• This function allows you to PLAYBACK by any previously BACKED UP or COPIED from the DVR to any media. (CD,
DVD or USB flash memory).
① Enter the FILE SEARCH menu.
② Select the desired MEDIA, and press the ENTER button then you can playback.
③ Press LV/PB or ESC button to go back the previous menu.
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5.2.4.7 BOOKMARK SEARCH
TIPS
• How to make Bookmark list:
① Press the “PLAY/PAUSE” button to playback.
② Find the desired image using shuttle ring.
③ Press the “PLAY/PAUSE” button to see the still picture of the desired image.
④ Press the “PTZ” button to add the BOOKMARK list.
① Enter the BOOKMARK SEARCH menu.
② Select the desired BOOKMARK, and press the ENTER button then you can playback.
③ Press LV/PB or ESC button to go back the previous menu.
CAUTION
- If the internal HDD(s) is initialized, all of the event images will be deleted.
- When the unit is in normal recording status, the pre-recording will not be executed.
5.2.4.8 TEXT SEARCH
At the SEARCH menu;
① Move the cursor to TEXT SEARCH using
or
button.
② Press the ENTER button and the TEXT SEARCH screen appears.
③ Select the desired HDD ID using the (-) or (+) button.
④ Move the cursor to CHANNEL using the
or
button and select the desired channel using the
(-) or (+) button.
⑤ Move the cursor to the desired position of SEARCH TIME using the
,
,
,
buttons,
and then set up the desired time using the(-), (+) buttons.
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⑥ Move the cursor to TEXT and press the ENTER button and the following screen appears.
Character 입력 메뉴
그림 추가
7
○
8
○
9
○
10
○
Select the character using the
,
,
,
buttons and then press the ENTER button.
To exit this CHARACTER TABLE screen, press the ESC button.
Press the ENTER button and the list searched appears.
Select the desired list using
or
button and then press the ENTER button to play.
CAUTION
ⓐ If the internal HDD(s) is initialized, all of the event images will be deleted.
ⓑ When the unit is in normal recording status, the pre-recording will not be executed.
5.2.4.9 LOG FILE SEARCH
TIPS
• The LOG FILE SEARCH is not for PLABACK, it is for event information only. This is useful to find important information
regarding to important events.
① Enter the LOG FILE SEARCH menu.
② Select the desired TIME, and press the ENTER button then you can see the list.
③ When the list appears on the screen, select the desired list using
,
buttons or the JOG DIAL.
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5.2.5 SEARCH BUTTON INFORMATION
1
○
3
○
4
○
2
○
5.1.5.1 SLOW (
)
Press this button to make the speed level which is slower than normal speed (X1) and displayed it at
the upper left side of screen as below;
(If you press this button again, the playback speed will be changed in the order of the below seven
speed level).
①
1/2 - 2 times slower than normal playback speed
②
1/4 - 4 times slower than normal playback speed
③
1/8 - 8 times slower than normal playback speed
④
1/16 - 16 times slower than normal playback speed
⑤
1/32 - 32 times slower than normal playback speed
⑥
1/64 - 64 times slower than normal playback speed
⑦
1/128 - 128 times slower than normal playback speed
5.2.5.2 PLAY / PAUSE (
)
Press this button to begin playback at normal speed (X1).
Press this button again to pause the playback.
NOTE:
If you press the “PLAY/ PAUSE” button to playback, it will playback from the end of played final image.
TIPS
• How to playback a section repeatedly:
① Press the “AUTO” button to set up the A position(starting position) and “(A- )” will be displayed on upper right of the
screen.
② And then press the “FREEZE” button to set up the B position(ending position) and “(A-B)” will be displayed on upper
right of the screen and played between A to B repeatedly.
• How to release the section repetition playback
Press the “PIP(CLEAR)” button and section repetition playback will cancel.
5.2.5.3 FAST (
)
Press this button to make faster the speed level which is higher than normal speed (X1) and
displayed at the upper left side of screen as below:
①
2 - 2 times faster than normal playback speed
②
4 - 4 times faster than normal playback speed
③
8 - 8 times faster than normal playback speed
④
16 - 16 times faster than normal playback speed
⑤
32 - 32 times faster than normal playback speed
⑥
64 - 64 times faster than normal playback speed
⑦
128 - 128 times faster than normal playback speed
(However much data may be recorded can be searched in 3 seconds)
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5.2.5.4 DIRECTION (
)
Press this button to change direction to forward (
) or backward (
) in playback mode.
NOTE:
Press DIR button to make a reversed playback from the end of recorded or played images
during the real time display mode (Instant Playback).
5.2.6 JOG SHUTTLE INFORMATION
SHUTTLE RING
JOG DIAL
5.2.6.1 Normal Playback Mode
① Turn the SHUTTLE ring to the desired playback direction and speed level according to the above
drawing during the playback.
② The DVR will go back to pause mode when the SHUTTLE ring is returned to the center position.
5.2.6.2 Frame by Frame Playback Mode
① Press the PLAY/PAUSE button to get a still image while the DVR is in the playback mode.
② Turn the JOG DIAL in either direction continuously for playback of consecutive frames.
③ Press the PLAY/ PAUSE button again to return to the previous mode.
5.2.6.3 Digital Zoom of PTZ camera
① Select a pre-set single camera, and then press the PTZ button.
② Turn the SHUTTLE RING to zoom in or out.
③ Turn the SHUTTLE RING to iris close/open of PTZ.
5.2.6.4 Using the JOG DIAL in the MENU setup
① Turn the JOG DIAL to modify the displayed setup value in MENU setup.
② Turn the shuttle ring to set up the “SCHEDULE” in RECORD SETUP of the MENU setup.
NOTE:
- Not All Functions can used by JOG DIAL
- In the MENU setup, below buttons can be used instead of the JOG DIAL.
(-), (+) : Press this button to modify the setup value.
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5.2.7 DIGITAL ZOOM
TIPS
• With digital zoom function makes you to see detail video information with two times ratio in live mode or playback mode.
• The zoom in position could be adjustable.
① Press the desired camera number button you wish to display on the monitor.
② Press the D-ZOOM button. The indication screen appears on the main screen.
③ Turn JOG DIAL or wheel scroll of mouse or press the , , , buttons to select the desired
location.
④ Press the ENTER button to change the zoom x2.
⑤ Press the ESC button to exit this screen.
5.2.8 SCREEN SELECT(LV/PB)
During the playback, press the LV/PB button to convert the screen into real time display mode.
(Press this button again to return to the playback mode.)
5.2.9 SPOT MONITOR
TIPS
• SPOT monitor is for full screen video display with the second monitor.
• It may display by sequence or manually.
• If you enable the event mode, the event channel will interrupt the sequence or manual display on the SPOT monitor.
• This is a “digital SPOT”, thus you can see the OSD on video and change display smoothly.
NOTE:
- Set up the desired mode in “SPOT” of “SCREEN MENU” before executing the SPOT mode.
- Please refer to 6.2.6 SPOT of SCREEN,P48
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5.2.9.1 MANUAL MODE
① Press the “SPOT” button on the front panel to toggle “SPOT” mode indicated on the main monitor.
② Press a camera button to display that camera on the spot monitor.
③ OSD of the selected channel will be indicated at the upper left of screen in live mode.
5.2.9.2 EVENT MODE
The Spot monitor will display the channel which an event happened if you select this mode and an
event happens.
NOTE:
- If you press the “SPOT” button after setting this mode, you can control the spot monitor manually.
5.2.9.3 SEQUENCE MODE
Full screen and split screens will be displayed on the Spot monitor in sequence.
NOTE:
- If you press the “SPOT” button after setting this mode, you can control the spot monitor manually.
5.2.10 COPY
TIPS
• Press the COPY button to copy the recorded images into other media.
• During the copy, DVR will not stop recording. But the recording frame rate will adjust automatically depending on the
performance.
• Try to stop the copy process may cause the backup data or media error.
• Retrieve the backup data by remote viewer program.
5.2.10.1 COPY
5.2.10.1-1 COPY TO EXTERNAL HDD (USB)
① Connect the USB external device(CD-RW/DVDRW/HDD/Card Reader) to DVR first.
② Enter the COPY SEARCH menu.
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③ Select the desired MEDIA, HDD, CHANNEL, TIME, and press the ENTER button to copy.
④ Press COPY button to stop the copy, refer to P32.
TIPS
• Scroll bar:
- Turn the shuttle ring to the right to move the cursor of COPY END TIME or to the left to move the cursor of COPY START
TIME and the cursor will be yellow. And then turn the Jog dial to move the cursor to the desired time.
- It can operate with just Mouse click.
- You can see a password input message. You need this password when opening the file in network viewer.
NOTE:
- You can see a password input message. You need this password when opening the file in the network
viewer.
- When the copy is in process, the copying status(ex. “COPY 30%”) will be displayed on the right side of
the monitor.
- You can search and playback the copied images in HDD with DVR itself (Please refer to 5.2.4.6 FILE
SEARCH,P24).
- Please format the DVR before use.
5.2.10.1-2 COPY TO USB flash memory
① Connect the USB flash memory to DVR first.
② Enter the COPY SEARCH menu.
③ Select the desired MEDIA, HDD, CHANNEL, TIME, and press the ENTER button to copy.
④ Press COPY button to stop the copy, refer to P32.
TIPS
• Scroll bar:
- Turn the shuttle ring to the right to move the cursor of COPY END TIME or to the left to move the cursor of COPY START
TIME and the cursor will be yellow. And then turn the Jog dial to move the cursor to the desired time.
- It can operate with just Mouse click.
- You can see a password input message. You need this password when opening the file in network viewer.
NOTE:
-You can see a password input message. You need this password when opening the file in network viewer.
- When the copy is in process, the copying status(ex. “COPY 30%”) will be displayed on the right side of
the monitor.
- You can search and playback the copied images in HDD with DVR itself (Please refer to 5.2.4.6 FILE
SEARCH, P24)
- Please format the DVR before use.
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5.2.10.1-3 COPY TO CD-RW/ DVD±
±RW
① Connect the internal CD-RW/ DVD±RW to DVR first.
② Enter the COPY SEARCH menu.
③ Select the desired MEDIA, HDD, CHANNEL, TIME, and press the ENTER button to copy.
④ Press COPY button to stop the copy, refer to P32.
TIPS
• Scroll bar:
- Turn the shuttle ring to the right to move the cursor of COPY END TIME or to the left to move the cursor of COPY START
TIME and the cursor will be yellow. And then turn the Jog dial to move the cursor to the desired time.
- It can operate with just Mouse click.
- You can see a password input message. You need this password when opening the file in network viewer.
NOTE:
-You can see a password input message. You need this password when opening the file in network viewer.
- When the copy is in process, the copying status(ex. “COPY 30%”) will be displayed on the right side of
the monitor.
- You can search and playback the copied images in HDD with DVR itself (Please refer to 5.2.4.6 FILE
SEARCH,P24).
- Please format the DVR before use.
- You can’t use DVD±
±R media.
5.2.10.1-4 STOPPING COPY
Press the COPY button to stop copying and the following screen appears.
② Press the ENTER button to stop copy.
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5.2.10.1-5 CONTINUE COPY
① If the media is full or fail during copying, you can see the following message, “MEDIA FULL OR
FAIL PRESS [COPY]” message.
② Press the COPY button and the following screen appears.
③ Move the cursor to the CONTINUE COPY and then press the ENTER button.
5.2.10.2 COPY STATUS
① Enter the COPY STATUS menu.
② Press the ESC button to exit this menu.
NOTE:
- CUR TIME: Indicate current copying situation among the total copying data
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5.2.10.3 MEDIA FORMAT
① Enter the MEDIA FORMAT menu.
② Select formatting media using the (-), (+) button.
③ Move the cursor to MEDIA FORMAT and then press the “ENTER” button.
④ The message, “FORMATTING” will be displayed while formatting.
NOTE:
- If you don’t connect any media, you will see the message, “Fail”
5.2.11 DVR STATUS
① Press the “STATUS” button or double-click the left button of Mouse, The SYSTEM INFOMATION
screen will appear.
② To see the next page, press the , or use the wheel scroll of Mouse.
③ Press the STATUS button again to move on next information screen.
④ Press the “ESC” button to exit the menu.
5.2.12 PTZ CONTROL
TIPS
• With easy operation, DVR can control PTZ cameras from the keypad or remote viewer.
• Connect PTZ camera to DVR through RS485 terminal block telemetry port on the rear panel.
• Please confirm the same baud rate and different ID with all RS485 devices.
• Over 16 types of PTZ protocols built-in.
• Please refer to 6.6.4 PTZ setup of SCREEN menu,P78.
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5.2.12.1 PTZ control in live view
① Press the “PTZ” button to control pan, tilt and zoom functions of PTZ camera and the PTZ
channel, model name and ID will be displayed on the left side of the monitor as the following picture.
②
③
④
⑤
⑥
Press the desired camera button to be displayed.
Use the
or
button to pan left and right and the
or
button to tilt up and down.
Turn the SHUTTLE ring to zoom in and out.
Use the (-) or (+) button to focus. Or press the (AF) button for auto focusing.
Press the PTZ button again to exit the PTZ mode.
5.2.12.2 PTZ PRESETTING
TIPS
• Preset point is a convenient usage of PTZ camera. It is a user-defined camera position using pan, tilt, zoom and focus
commands.
• This DVR has the Programming capacity for 16 preset locations for 16CH.
• This DVR has the Programming capacity for 8 preset locations for 8CH.
① Press the “PTZ” button to enter PTZ mode.
② Press the “PRESET” button to enter PRESET mode and “PTZ (PRESET) MOVE” OSD will be
displayed on the left side of the monitor.
③ Move to the desired preset location using the “NUMBER” buttons.
④ Press the “PRESET” button again and “PTZ(PRESET)SET”, OSD will be displayed on the left
side of the monitor.
⑤ Make the desired setting of the PTZ camera using the , , , , (-), (+) buttons.
⑥ Press the “NUMBER” button to set up the revised presetting.
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5.2.13 FUNCTION BUTTON (RESERVED)
You need this button to control “USER” mode of RELAY 4 SELECT.
Please refer to 6.4.8 RELAY OUTPUT, P63
5.2.14 PIP CONTROL
① Select a single camera in live view, and then press the PIP button and the following screen will
be displayed. (For example: CH1)
CH2
CH1
② Select the desired camera that will be displayed on the PIP screen (For example: CH2).
③ Press the ENTER button to make the 2 times PIP screen size and use the , , , buttons
to move the position of PIP screen.
④ Press the ESC button to exit this mode.
5.2.15 AUDIO SELECT (NUMBER 0)
TIPS
• You can select audio channels regardless of monitoring screen.
① Audio select
Press the “0(audio select)” button and then press the desired number button and you can hear
audio of selected channel regardless of monitoring screen.
② Link of audio and camera
Press the “0(audio select)” button and then press the “MULTI” button and you can hear audio of
selected camera.
That is to say, you can hear CH 1 audio when viewing CH 1,
CH 2 audio when viewing CH 2,
CH 3 audio when viewing CH 3,
CH 4 audio when viewing CH 4.
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5.3 REMOTE CONTROLLER
Button Name
1
○
13
○
2
○
14
○
3
○
15
○
16
○
4
○
5
○
6
○
7
○
8
○
9
○
10
○
Description
1 FUNCTION
○
2 Z○
3 IRIS ○
4
○
5
○
6
○
7
○
COPY / (AF)
RECORD ( ● )
ALARM RESET
PLAY / PAUSE(
Refer to 5.2.13 FUNCTION BUTTON,P36
Zoom out of PTZ
Iris close of PTZ / Frame by Frame(field by
field) playback
Display the copy menu / Auto focus of PTZ
Begin and stop recording
Release the event signal
)
17
○
18
○
19
○
20
○
21
○
11
○
22
○
23
○
12
○
24
○
25
○
26
○
8 SLOW (
○
)
9 MULTI
○
10 ( ▲ )/(MENU)
○
11 ( ◀ )
○
Move the cursor up to the next line in the
setup menu / Enter setup menu mode
Move the cursor in left direction in the setup
menu.
12 AUTO / ( - ) / F(-)
○
13 BOOKMARK / (PTZ)
○
Auto sequence / Downward value /
Focus control of PTZ
Refer to 5.2.4.7 BOOKMARK SEARCH,P25
/ Enter the PTZ mode
14 Z+
○
Zoom in of PTZ
15 IRIS+
○
Iris close and open of PTZ /
Frame by Frame(field by field) playback
Display the search menu /
Enter the preset mode of PTZ
Change screen mode
Convert the screen into real display mode
during the playback
Control of zoom in and out
Change the direction of playback
Press this button to speed-up playback
speed
Enter the spot mode / Return to the previous
mode
Enter/display status/Go home in PTZ mode
Move the cursor in right direction in the
setup menu.
Move the cursor down to the next line /
Enter PIP mode
Freeze / Up-going value /
Focus control of PTZ
Camera number select button
Refer to 6.1.9 REMOTE CONTROLLER ID,
P41 in the system setup
16 SEARCH/ (PRESET)
○
27
○
Press this button to begin playback. If press
again during the playback, a still picture is
displayed
Press this button to slow-down playback
speed
Display multi-screen
17 LV/PB
○
18 DIGITAL ZOOM
○
19 DIR (
○
)
20 FAST( ▶▶ )
○
21 SPOT / ESC
○
22 STATUS (
○
23 ( ▶ )
○
)/(HOME)
24 ( ▼ ) / (PIP)
○
25 FREEZE / ( + ) / F(+)
○
26 CAMERA BUTTONS
○
27 REMOTE
○
CONTROLLER ID
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5.4 MOUSE CONTROL
* You can click the below keys on the MENU screen with a mouse.
1
○
2
○
3
○
1
○
3
○
3
○
2
○
1
○
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Status display
Menu display
Exit
Value change
Select
Double-click of the left button
One-click of the right button
Double-click of the right button
Turning the wheel scroll
Double-click on the item or icon
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MENU Setup
ENTRANCE OF THE MENU SETUP
Press the MENU button for the desired DVR setting.
MENU operation
• At all of the MENU.
• Move the cursor to desired position using the • Change the value using the (-), (+) buttons
, or , buttons and press the ENTER button to enter setup
or turn the JOG DIAL.
NOTE:
-You can use the mouse instead of buttons on the front panel of DVR.
- Simply click the desired icon or item in case of using the mouse.
- If there is no input for 1 minute during the menu screen display, the menu screen will be
- closed automatically without saving of changed value.
6.1 QUICK SETUP
TIPS
• This menu is simply used when user want to change just a few important settings.
① Press the MENU button and the QUICK SETUP menu appears as the following picture.
6.1.1 QUICK SETUP
① If QUICK SETUP setting is “ON”,the DVR System will according to this Setup Page setting to
record the recording data.
② If QUICK SETUP setting is “OFF”, the DVR System will record data according to the Record
Setup Page setting.
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6.1.2 IMAGE SIZE
① Select 720x480, 720x240 or 360x240 as your requirement.
NOTE:
- All of the channel will record by this resolution size.
- Recording frame rate will be: Total frame rate of resolution / Channels
For example:
① 16CH real-time DVR have a total of 480/400(NTSC/PAL) frame rates with 360x240 resolution.
② When you select 360x240 in the quick setup, you will have 480/16channel=30 IPS per
channel.(NTSC)
- Bigger resolution will have a better picture quality but the file size is bigger and the available frame rate
will reduce accordingly. (720x480 is approximately 2 times bigger file size than 720x240, 720x240 is
approximately 2 times bigger file size than 360x240)
- Please find out the approximately recording time. P91.
6.1.3 RECORD FRAME
① Select the desired frame rate for normal recording.
② All event channels will be recorded by the setting RECORD FRAME/16 (in case of 16CH DVR).
Please refer to chapter 6.3 RECORD,P49
6.1.4 EVENT
① Select a kind of EVENT of “ALL”, “ALARM”, “V-LOSS”, “MOTION”, “ALARM&LOSS”,
“ALARM&MOTION”, “LOSS&MOTION”, “OFF”. The default is “ALL”.
② If you want to select all kind of event, choose “ALL” and if you don’t want event recording, choose
“OFF”.
NOTE:
- Except for schedule recording, to trigger event recording, you need to set QUICK SETUP option as ON
and the EVENT option must be setup as well.
6.1.5 PRE RECORD TIME
① Select the desired pre-recording time.
② When video loss, alarm or motion is detected, the DVR will store pre-recorded data during the
selected time.
③ The pre-recording time can be set from 0 second to 5 second and the default is “5”.
6.1.6 POST RECORD TIME
① Select the desired post-recording time.
② When video loss, alarm or motion is detected, the DVR will store post-recorded data during the
selected period.
③ The post-recording time can be set from 0 second to 60 second and the default is “10”.
NOTE:
- The pre- and post- recording is not valid in normal recording mode.
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6.1.7 IMAGE QUALITY
① Select the desired image quality of Highest, Fine, Low.
② Please refer to 6.3 RECORD, P49
6.1.8
AUDIO RECORD
① Select “ON” or “OFF” to record or not record audio.
② Please refer to 6.3.4 AUDIO RECORD,P58
6.1.9 REMOTE CONTROL ID
① Select one of the numbers from 11~14、21~24、31~34、41~44, and then press the same
number button on the supplied remote controller before the operation.
NOTE:
- If you are operating more than one DVR in the same place and wish to use the remote controller, the
remote controller ID setup is required. Otherwise, do not change the default value ( it should be “ON” ).
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6.2 SCREEN
To set up the SCREEN menu,
① Move the cursor to the SCREEN icon using the , buttons in the MENU screen.
② Press the ENTER button when the cursor is on the SCREEN icon and the following items appear.
6.2.1
AUTO SEQUENCE
① Enter the SCREEN > AUTO SEQUENCE menu. (It’s different from models)
[ 16CH DVR ]
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③ When the desired channel is selected, change the value of AUTO SEQUENCE duration using
the (-), (+) buttons or jog dial to set the length of time for switching each channel in sequence.
* The value is from 1SEC to 60SEC and the default is “3SEC”.
④ To exit this AUTO SEQUENCE menu, press the ESC button.
NOTE:
- VIDEO LOSS SKIP : If selected ON, every VIDEO LOSS channel will be skipped in the AUTO
SEQUENCE mode. The default is “ON”.
- ADD AUTO SINGLE: If selected OFF, every single channel will be skipped in the AUTO
SEQUENCE mode. The default is “OFF”.
6.2.2 DISPLAY
TIPS
• This setup will change the monitor display style under live(record) or playback mode.
• Except SPOT DISPLAY item, the other items are for main monitor only.
① Enter the SCREEN > DISPLAY menu.
② To exit this DISPLAY menu, press the ESC button.
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6.2.2.1 HDD FREE SPACE
① Choose from “ON” or “OFF”. The default is “ON”.
ON: Remaining capacity of the fixed(not backup) HDDs will be displayed on the screen.
6.2.2.2 HDD FREE SPACE MODE
At the DISPLAY menu,
① Choose from “PERCENT” or “GIGABYTE”. The default is “PERCENT”.
PERCENT: Remaining capacity of the fixed HDDs will be displayed on the screen in percent.
GIGABYTE: Remaining capacity of the fixed HDDs will be displayed on the screen in gigabyte.
6.2.2.3 RECORD STATUS
At the DISPLAY menu,
① Choose from “ON” or “OFF”. The default is “ON”.
ON: Displaying the recording status of each channel on the screen.
6.2.2.4 CLOCK DISPLAY
At the DISPLAY menu,
① Choose from “ON” or “OFF”. The default is “ON”.
ON: The date and time will be displayed on the screen.
6.2.2.5 DATE&TIME MODE
① Choose from “YY/MM/DD” or “MM/DD/YY” or ”DD/MM/YY”. The default is “YY/MM/DD”.
YY/MM/DD : All date and time will be displayed in numbers.
Ex. 2005/01/01 00:00:00
MM/DD/YY : the month section will be displayed in character.
Ex. JAN. 01 2005 00:00:00
DD/MM/YY : the day section will be displayed in character.
Ex. 01. JAN 2005 00:00:00
6.2.2.6 TITLE DISPLAY
① Choose from “ON” or “OFF”. The default is “ ON”.
ON: Each channel title will be displayed on the screen. (Please refer to 6.2.4, TITLE setup,P45)
6.2.2.7 TITLE MODE
① Choose from “TEXT” or “BITMAP”. The default is “ TEXT”.
A bitmap is a type of graphics file on a computer. You can make characters with bitmap on the setup
window of network client viewer after connecting the computer with DVR. Please refer to 11.8.4.
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6.2.2.7 BORDER COLOR
① Choose from “WHITE” or “BLACK”. The default is “WHITE”.
WHITE: The color of the border line will be displayed on the multi-channel screen in white.
BLACK: The color of the border line will be displayed on the multi-channel screen in black.
6.2.2.8 REMOTE CONTROL ID
① Choose from “ON” or “OFF”. The default is “OFF”.
ON: The remote controller ID will be displayed on the screen.
6.2.2.9 SPOT TITLE DISPLAY
① Choose from “ON” or “OFF”. The default is “OFF”.
ON: Each channel title will be displayed on the spot monitor screen.
6.2.3 TITLE
① Enter the SCREEN > TITLE menu.
② Use the
,
buttons to see the next page.
③ Press the ENTER button after selecting desired channel and the following screen appears.
④ Select the character using the , , , buttons and then press the ENTER button.
⑤ To exit this CHARACTER TABLE screen, press the ESC button.
CHANNEL TITLE MODE: There are “TEXT” and “BITMAP”.
TEXT: Using the CHARACTER TABLE
BITMAP: It is possible to download new characters using the client software if you want.
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6.2.4 MULTI-SCREEN
TIPS
• You can select the desired channels and make a 4、7、9、10、13 split screen(for 16CH) using this menu.
① Enter the SCREEN > MULTI SCREEN menu.
② To exit this MULTI SCREEN menu, press the ESC button.
6.2.4.1 MULTI 4E / MULTI 6 / MULTI 7 / MULTI 9B / MULTI 10 / MULTI 13
① Press the ENTER button after selecting the desired item.
Note:
- In the each of LIVE SPLIT, same camera numbers should not be selected.
- 8CH have a 4、6、7 split screen using this menu.
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6.2.5 COVERT
① Enter the SCREEN > COVERT menu.
② Choose from “ON” or “OFF”. The default is “OFF”.
③ Use the , buttons to see the next page.
Note:
- ON: Selected channel will be displayed in black screen (Hidden camera).
- SELECT: It is possible to select among “LV&PB&NW”, “PB&NW”, “LV&NW”, “LV&PB”, “NETWORK”,
“PLAY” and “LIVE”.
LV(LIVE): To covert selected channels on live screen
PB(PLAY): To covert selected channels on playback screen
NW(NETWORK): To covert selected channels on network viewer screen
6.2.6 SPOT
① Enter the SCREEN > SPOT menu.
② To exit this SPOT menu, press the ESC button.
6.2.6.1 SPOT MODE
① Choose from SPOT MODE:
- MANUAL: Manually select the channel of spot monitor.
- EVENT: Event channel will be displayed automatically on spot monitor.
- SEQUENCE: Every single channel will be switching and displaying in sequence.
6.2.6.2 SPOT SEQ. TIME
① The duration of spot sequence can be set from 1SEC to 60SEC. The default is 3SEC.
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It is possible to support OSD and not to roll off because of digital spot.
6.2.6.3 VIDEO LOSS SKIP
① Choose from “ON” or “OFF” , The default is “ON”. If you select “ON”, loss images will be skipped.
6.2.7 CAMERA
① Enter the SCREEN > CAMERA menu.
②
③
④
⑤
⑥
⑦
Move the cursor to CHANNEL and select the desired channel using the (-) or (+) button.
Change the value of the BRIGHTNESS to adjust the horizontal position of the screen.
Change the value of the CONTRAST to adjust the vertical position of the screen.
Change the value of the HUE to adjust the vertical position of the screen.
Change the value of the SATURATION to adjust the vertical position of the screen.
To exit this CAMERA menu, press the ESC button.
The value is from 0% to 100% and the default is “50%”.
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6.3 RECORD
TIPS
• This is the most important setup for this DVR, please read carefully and setup with your requirement.
① Enter the RECORD menu.
6.3.1 RECORD SETUP
TIPS
• This menu allows you to configure a weekly recording schedule.
• In the schedule you must use the predefined programs ( 0-9 ) in order to set up the recording properly.
• You can use and combine different predefined programs during the week according with your own needs. ( See
RECORD PROGRAM section for more information,P50 )
① Enter the SCREEN > RECORD SETUP menu.
② choose the desired time and program among PROGRAM 0~9 or POWER OFF.
③ Turn right the shuttle ring to set up the schedule of programmed time and the program number
will be green.
④ Turn the left the shuttle ring to release the schedule mode.
⑤ Or move the cursor to the desired position and then click the green square next to “SCHEDULE”
using the Mouse.
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⑥ Press the ESC button to exit this RECORD SETUP menu or press the ENTER button to enter
the RECORD PROGRAM menu.
6.3.2 RECORD PROGRAM
TIPS
• This feature is uses predefined recording modes to create new ones according to your own needs.
• That means you can create different programs modes using the existing predefined programs.
• You can have up to 10 different programs ( 0-9) available.
• These programs will be used to setup the recording schedule on the RECORD SETUP menu.
For example, you can create a program for Motion detection or continuous recoding
① Enter the RECORD > RECORD PROGRAM menu.
[ MPEG4 8CH, 16CH ]
② Select the desired value for each selected item. Please check the detail description next page.
③ After all setting are done, exit using the ‘ESC’ key or the right-double-click of mouse.
Note:
- When exiting from this menu, the DVR compute the values under this menu. If some mistakes exist the
DVR will display an error message and will return to this menu again.
- if ‘0’ IPS value is detected out of setting it will show the warning message for some seconds and exit.
ESOLUTION
360 x 240
720 x 240
720 x 480
IPS
8CH
IPS (TL)
CIF 240
D1/2 120
D1
60
per
ch (Max)
30
15
7
16CH
IPS (TL)
CIF 480
D1/2 240
D1
120
IPS
per
ch (Max)
30
15
7
[ Recording IPS Table (MPEG4 MODELS)]
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<WHAT DOES THE EACH ITEM MEANS?>
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1 REC PROGRAM
Shows the current PROGRAM #. Example PROGRAM0. Select the program according to
your needs .Predefine programs are from 0 – 9.
- User can choose the program number to be modified here.
2 RECORD GROUP: The system works with camera groups from A to D
( the No of
groups will depend of the number of cameras on every model 4/8/16 ) . example : Group A
shows the first 4 cameras, 1-4, group B shows cameras 5-6 etc.
3 IMAGE SIZE: Shows the actual resolution of each camera group. Every camera group can
be configured to a different resolution.
IMAGE SIZES are : NTSC
PAL
360x240, 720x240, 720x480
360x288, 720x288, 720x576
Channels in the same group have the same IMAGE SIZE. - When 360x240(360x288) is used
for a group, two channels have the same setting as one pair.
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NORMAL RECORD IPS: This setting allows you to configure the # of IPS for continuous
recording on each camera. The total IPS will depend on the DVR model and resolution.
The IPS value for each channel can not be over the real-time IPS.
The ‘real-time IPS’ is 30 for NTSC and 25 for PAL.
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EVENT IPS
The EVENT recording mode will record events caused by event conditions. These event
conditions can be triggered by different events like, motion detection, external alarm input
and video loss detection.
There are two types of events:
SINGLE
COMPLEX
SINGLE and COMPLEX.
EVENT CH ONLY
ALL CHANNELS
Under the EVENT IPS the DVR will
record the channel triggered by any
event using the higher IPS on a
particular channel.
Under the EVENT IPS the DVR will
record the channels triggered by any
event with the IPS value predefined or
set by the user
The rest of the channels of the
group will record based on the
NORMAL IPS set value on each
camera
The rest of the channels of the group
will record sharing the remaining
NORMAL IPS among all remaining
channels.
EVENT CH ONLY
ALL CHANNELS
Under the EVENT IPS the DVR will The DVR records ALL channels
record the channels triggered by
triggered by events
any event .
Triggered channels use EVENT IPS
on each channel.
The rest of the channels of the
group will record based on the
NORMAL IPS set value on each
The rest of the channels of the group
will record based on the remaining
camera
EVENT IPS among all remaining
channels.
Note: The maximum value
between the NORMAL IPS and
the EVENT IPS determine the
allowed maximum for a channel.
The CH- SUM must not exceed
the maximum IPS of the group.
EVENT CH-SUM
This item show the currently allocated sum of each channel.
(a) For SINGLE/EVENT CH ONLY
- The displayed format is ‘nn/----’.
- The value ‘nn’ of a channel means the total recording IPS of a group when the
event happens on this channel. The EVENT IPS of this channel and the sum of
other channels in a group makes this value ‘nn’.
- Any one of the CH-SUMs can not exceed the maximum IPS of a group because
when event happens with the normal record on the total IPS of a group will be the
same value of this.
- ‘----‘ has no meanings.
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(b) For SINGLE/ALL CHANNLES
- The displayed format is ‘nn/AUTO’.
- The value ‘nn’ of a channel is the recording IPS of the channel with an event.
and ‘AUTO’ means that the auto-calculated IPS of the channel when event will
happen from other channels.
- Under this mode, the ‘GROUP n SUM’ has meaning for only the NORMAL IPS
and can not exceed the maximum IPS of a group. And the total EVENT IPS is
always the maximum IPS of a group because the remains of the EVNET IPS for
a channel will be allocated to other channels evenly according to the automatic
calculated value. So when event(s) happen while the normal record is on, the
maximum IPS of a group will be used.
(c) For COMPLEX/EVENT CH ONLY
- The displayed format is ‘nn/MAX’.
- The value ‘nn’ of a channel is the greater one between the NORMAL IPS and the
EVENT IPS.
- The actual event recording IPS of a channel is not the ‘nn’ but the value
allocated under the EVENT IPS.
- ‘nn’ can’t exceed the real-time IPS value.
- Because under this mode the NORMAL IPS has meaning even for the event
recording mode, the representative IPS should be the greater one.
- The total sum of all CH-SUM (GROUP n SUM of CH-SUMs) in a group can not
exceed the maximum IPS of a group.
- ‘MAX’ means the greater value of a channel between the NORMAL IPS and the
EVENT IPS. This is only the indication for user’s understanding.
(d) For COMPLEX/ALL CHANNELS
- The displayed format is ‘---/----‘.
- ‘---/----‘, CH-SUM value, has not meaning under this mode at all.
- In this case, only the ‘GROUP n SUM’s of the NORMAL IPS and the EVENT IPS
have the meaningful sum.
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QUALITY N/E
- the recording video quality for a channel.
- the value under ‘N’ row is for the quality for the normal recording.
- the value under ‘E’ row is for the quality for the event recording.
- three step of quality exist. N means the ‘Normal Quality’, H means the ‘High
Quality’ and B means the ‘Best Quality’.
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PRE/POST TIME
- The unit of the value on this row is the second.
- PRE TIME is the pre-recording duration that means how long the channel is
recorded before the event happen until the moment event issues.
- POST TIME is the duration that the event channel will be recorded after the
moment event issue.
- PRE TIME can have the value between 0 and 5 seconds.
- POST TIME can have the value between 0 and 60 seconds.
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- These items are the conditions under which the event recording starts
- The value ‘0’ means if the ‘0’ checked event condition happen the DVR should
start the event recording for this channel and switch to the event recording mode.
- The value ‘-‘ means to discard this unchecked condition as an event.
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10 PREDEFINED PROGRAMS ARE INCLUDED BY DEFAULT.
PROGRAMS ARE AVAILABLE FROM 0 - 9.
PROGRAM 0.
PROGRAM 1
FEATURES.
FEATURES
RECORDING MODES:
NORMAL (Continuous) :
1 ips
EVENT COMPLEX/EVENT CH ONLY 1 ips
RESOLUTION . 720 X 240 HalfD1
QUALITY: H/H
PRE/POST 5/10
EVENT LOG :0 / 0 / 0. ( ALL Events= ON)
RECORDING MODES:
NORMAL (Continuous) :
15 ips
EVENT SINGLE / EVENT CH ONLY 15 ips
RESOLUTION . 360 X 240 CIF
QUALITY: N/N
PRE/POST 5/10
EVENT LOG : 0 / 0 / 0. ( ALL Events= ON)
PROGRAM 2.
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PROGRAM 3
FEATURES.
FEATURES.
RECORDING MODES:
NORMAL (Continuous) :
30 ips
EVENT SINGLE /EVENT CH ONLY 30 ips
RESOLUTION . 320 X 240 CIF
QUALITY: H/H
PRE/POST 5/10
EVENT LOG :0 / 0 / 0. ( ALL Events= ON)
RECORDING MODES:
NORMAL (Continuous) :
30 ips
EVENT COMPLEX/EVENT CH ONLY 30 ips
RESOLUTION . 360 X 240 CIF
QUALITY: B/B
PRE/POST 5/10
EVENT LOG :0 / 0 / 0. ( ALL Events= ON)
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PROGRAM 4.
PROGRAM 5
FEATURES.
FEATURES.
RECORDING MODES:
NORMAL (Continuous) :
7 ips
EVENT SINGLE /EVENT CH ONLY 15 ips
RESOLUTION . 720 X 240 HalfD1
QUALITY: N/N
PRE/POST 5/10
EVENT LOG :0 / 0 / 0. ( ALL Events= ON)
RECORDING MODES:
NORMAL (Continuous) :
10 ips
EVENT SINGLE /EVENT CH ONLY 30 ips
RESOLUTION . 720 X 240 HalfD1
QUALITY: H/H
PRE/POST 5/10
EVENT LOG :0 / 0 / 0. ( ALL Events= ON)
PROGRAM 6.
PROGRAM 7
FEATURES.
FEATURES.
RECORDING MODES:
NORMAL (Continuous) :
15 ips
EVENT COMPLEX /EVENT CH ONLY 15 ips
RESOLUTION . 720 X 240 HalfD1
QUALITY: B/B
PRE/POST 5/10
EVENT LOG :0 / 0 / 0. ( ALL Events= ON)
RECORDING MODES:
NORMAL (Continuous) :
1 ips
EVENT SINGLE /EVENT CH ONLY 10 ips
RESOLUTION . 720 X 480 D1
QUALITY: N/N
PRE/POST 5/10
EVENT LOG :0 / 0 / 0. ( ALL Events= ON)
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PROGRAM 8
PROGRAM 9
FEATURES.
FEATURES.
RECORDING MODES:
NORMAL (Continuous) :
1 ips
EVENT SINGLE /EVENT CH ONLY 20 ips
RESOLUTION . 720 X 480 D1
QUALITY: H/H
PRE/POST 5/10
EVENT LOG :0 / 0 / 0. ( ALL Events= ON)
RECORDING MODES:
NORMAL (Continuous) :
8 ips
EVENT COMPLEX /EVENT CH ONLY 8 ips
RESOLUTION . 720 X 480 D1
QUALITY: B/B
PRE/POST 5/10
EVENT LOG :0 / 0 / 0. ( ALL Events= ON)
Pre-defined PROGRAM table>
- These are 10 kinds of program and you can change the program setting. The program 0 is used
for the QUICK SETUP as well when QUCIK SETUP is ON.
PROGRAM
RECORD
TYPE
IMAGE
SIZE
NORMAL
EVENT
SINGLE
EVENT
COMPLEX
QUALITY
NORMAL
QUALITY
EVENT
PRE-ALARM
RECORDING
POST-ALARM
RECORDING
EVENT
ON/OFF
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0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
COMPLEX
/EVENT
CH ONLY
SINGLE
/EVENT
CH
ONLY
SINGLE/
EVENT
CH
ONLY
COMPLEX
/EVENT
CH ONLY
SINGLE/
EVENT
CH
ONLY
SINGLE/
EVENT
CH
ONLY
COMPLEX
/EVENT
CH ONLY
SINGLE/
EVENT
CH
ONLY
SINGLE/
EVENT
CH
ONLY
COMPLEX
/EVENT
CH ONLY
720x240
360x240
360x240
360x240
720x240
720x240
720x240
720x480
720x480
720x480
0
15
30
30
8
4
15
1
2
8
0
15
30
0
15
30
0
10
20
0
0
0
0
30
0
0
15
0
0
8
H
N
H
B
N
H
B
N
H
B
H
N
H
B
N
H
B
N
H
B
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
ALL
EVENT
ON
ALL
EVENT
ON
ALL
EVENT
ON
ALL
EVENT
ON
ALL
EVENT
ON
ALL
EVENT
ON
ALL
EVENT
ON
ALL
EVENT
ON
ALL
EVENT
ON
ALL
EVENT
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PROGRAM EXAMPLES.
Based on the most common applications you can use an existing program as a reference ( # 3 ) to
create a new configuration based on you own needs. Once you finish your program make sure to
add it to the SCHEDULE PROGRAM and SAVE it.
1. CONTINUOS RECORDING
FEATURES.
RECORDING MODES:
NORMAL (Continuous) :
30 ips
EVENT COMPLEX/EVENT CH ONLY 0 ips
RESOLUTION . 360 X 240 CIF
QUALITY: B/B
PRE/POST 5/10
EVENT LOG :0 / 0 / 0. ( ALL Events= ON)
2. EVENT MOTION DETECTION
FEATURES.
RECORDING MODES:
NORMAL (Continuous) :
0 ips
EVENT COMPLEX/EVENT CH ONLY 15 ips
RESOLUTION . 360 X 240 CIF
QUALITY: B/B
PRE/POST 5/10
EVENT LOG :0 / 0 / 0.
3. CONTINOUS + MOTION DET
FEATURES.
RECORDING MODES:
NORMAL (Continuous) :
1 ips
EVENT COMPLEX/EVENT CH ONLY 15 ips
RESOLUTION . 360 X 240 CIF
QUALITY: B/B
PRE/POST 5/10
EVENT LOG :0 / 0 / 0.
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6.3.3 IMAGE QUALITY
TIPS
• This function is only operative, when the recording condition is OFF.
• you can see the size of each image quality and how long you can record in the installed HDDs by the image quality.
① Enter the RECORD > IMAGE QUALITY menu.
② Choose from SUPERFINE, FINE, LOW. The default is “FINE”.
Note:
-
You have to record off to see IMAGE QUALITY screen.
RECORD TIME: A period how long you can record in free space of installed HDD(s) by setting of Max. frame rate.
TOTAL TIME: A period how long you can record in total installed HDD(s) by setting of Max. frame rate.
The better the image quality is, the bigger the file size is and the lower the image quality, the smaller the file size is.
6.3.4
AUDIO RECORD
TIPS
• DVR have 4 channel audio inputs, it will record independently. It means that audio1 is not combining with video channel1.
• You can select whether to record the audio1~audio4 or not seperatelly.
• During live(record) mode, you can select which audio channel to monitor by press number “0”. And playback as well.
① Enter the RECORD > AUDIO RECORD menu.
② Select the audio recording channels from “ON”,”OFF”. The default is “OFF”.
③ Press the AUDIO SEL button(number digit “0”) and then press the desired channel button on
front panel after saving this menu and you can hear the selected channel audio.
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NOTE :
- AUDIO SELECT + CHANNEL during live or playback
- 16CH, 8CH DVR has 4CH Audio inputs.
6.3.5 REPEAT RECORD
TIPS
• You could overwrite the recorded data automatically.
• This is a “first in first out” system, it will delete a period of oldest data to do the cycle record.
• Overwritten data will no longer recovery.
• This setup effect with “record HDD” as well as “backup HDD”.
① Enter the RECORD > REPEAT RECORD menu.
② Choose from “ON” or “OFF”. The default is “ON”.
③ It is possible to set a point of time to activate the REPEAT RECORD ALARM. The value is from
5% to 10%. And default is “5%”.
Note:
- REPEAT RECORD ALARM is the rest capacity of the HDD.
- If you set “REPEAT RECORD ALARM” to 5%, alarm will activate when the rest of total HDD capacity is 5%.
6.3.6 PLAY MODE
① Enter the RECORD > PLAY MODE menu.
Note:
- FRAME : It will playback images in frame mode which is useful for recorded images in high frame rate. This
may occur moving artifact with recorded images in low frame rate.
- FIELD : It will playback images in field mode. This reduces the resolution, but is suitable for recorded images
in low frame rate.
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6.3.7 BACKUP MODE
TIPS
• You can setup a set of “record HDD” and a set of “backup HDD”. If you enable the backup mode, it will record extra copy
of event to the backup HDD set.
• Because the event recording only happen when a motion detected or sensor triggered, you can keep all of the important
event recording with a copy in the backup HDD.
① Enter the RECORD > BACKUP MODE menu.
② Choose from “EVENT” and “OFF”. The default is “OFF”.
Note:
- EVENT: Backup only when the event occurs.
- OFF : Not backup.
6.3.8 HOLIDAY
TIPS
• DVR will record as SUNDAY recording program on these days which you set HOLIDAY list.
• There are 40 dates available.
① Enter the RECORD > HOLIDAY menu.
② Choose from “ON” or “OFF”. The default is “OFF”.
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6.4 EVENT
① Enter the EVENT menu.
6.4.1 MOTION DETECTION
TIPS
• You can setup motion detect area for each channel with different sensitivity.
• The detect sensitivity is calculate with all of the active blocks.
• You can verify the area and sensitivity with live test.
① Enter the EVENT > MOTION DETECTION menu.
6.4.1.1 CHANNEL
① Select the desired channel to adjust.
6.4.1.2 SENSITIVITY
① Select from the number 1(lowest) ~ 5(highest). The default is 3.
SENSITIVITY: The higher the number is, the more sensitive.
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6.4.1.3 AREA SETUP
① Enter the EVENT > MOTION DETECTION > AREA SETUP menu.
② Select the motion detection area using the , , , buttons and then press the ENTER
button to activate / deactivate the area.
③ Turn the shuttle ring to the right to select all cells for motion detection and turn the shuttle ring to
the left to reset all area.
④ Press ESC button to exit.
Note:
- Mouse operation:
Enable Cell: Left button click (without releasing the button) and drag from the left top to the right bottom cell.
Disable Cell: Right button click (without releasing the button) and drag from the left top to the right bottom cell.
- AREA SETUP GRID: 30 x 24
6.4.1.4 TEST MOTION
① Enter the EVENT > MOTION DETECTION > TEST MOTION menu.
② Press the ENTER button to test the motion detection.
③ Press ESC button to exit.
6.4.2 EVENT SCREEN MODE
① Select from “SCREEN HOLD”, “EVENT FULL”, “EVENT MULTI”, “EVENT F RTN”, “EVENT M
RTN”. The default is “SCREEN HOLD”.
SCREEN HOLD : Keeping the current screen even if the event occurs.
EVENT FULL : Display the full screen of the channel which the event occurs.
EVENT MULTI : Display the multi-screen when the event occurs.
EVENT F_RTN : Display the full screen of the channel which the event occurs and return.
EVENT M_RTN : Display the multi-screen when the event occurs and return.
Note:
- If you want to use this function, you have to set EVENT setting of each channel of RECORD PROGRAM by “O(ON)”.
6.4.3 EVENT CHECK
TIPS
• This switch is important.
• It depends whether DVR will check the event or not. Such as motion detection, sensor trigger etc.
① Select from “ON” or “OFF”. The default is “ON”.
6.4.4 EVENT MESSAGE
① Select from “ON” or “OFF”. The default is “OFF”.
ON: The warning message will be displayed when the event occurs.
6.4.5 EVENT MESSAGE RESET
① Set the time to reset the OSD event message from 1SEC to 30SEC. The default is “5SEC”.
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6.4.6 EVENT BUZZER
① Select from “ON” or “OFF”. The default is “OFF”.
6.4.7 SENSOR INPUT
① Enter the EVENT > SENSOR INPUT menu.
② Select the desired channel and the type of sensor which is connected with DVR.
③ Press ESC button to exit.
Note:
Select the right sensor type according to the type of installed sensor with the unit.
- NORMAL OPEN : The sensor is open in normal times.
- NORMAL CLOSE : The sensor is close in normal times.
- NOT INSTALLED: No sensors are connected to the DVR unit
6.4.8 RELAY OUTPUT
TIPS
• Relay output is from 1 to 4 and it is possible to set the period of the relay output.
• It is possible to set the RELAY OUTPUT of each channel in the different type of event.
① Enter the EVENT > RELAY OUTPUT menu.
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② Press the
,
button to see the next page.
③ Press ESC button to exit.
Note:
- RELAY 4 SELECT : There are POWER, USER, NOT USED and HDD ERROR.
POWER: The relay is working when power is off.
USER: User can operate the relay manually.
- Press the “FUNCTION” button to operate RELAY 4 manually.
NC→NO: And then press the (+) button.
NO→NC: And then press the (-) button.
Press the “FUNCTION” button again if you want to exit this mode.
(You can also use this function through network viewer).
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6.5 SYSTEM
① Enter the SYSTEM menu.
6.5.1 HDD
TIPS
• There are maximum five IDE HDDs you can use in the DVR system.
• The supported capacity of single HDD is almost no limit, and manufacture brand is widely compatible.
• Each HDD will be used as one unit. If you have any PC data in HDD, it will require an initialize to make a DVR file format.
• The DVR used HDD is not expected to read by an ordinary PC or notebook(laptop).
• Each DVR can be assigned a mode, it will separate HDDs as two different set.
- REC: Normal and Event recording
- BACKUP: Only for backup
• It’s free to assign any HDD as any mode. But once you change the setting, you will need to initialize the HDDs.
• All data will be cleared after initialized. Please be careful.
① Enter the SYSTEM > HDD menu.
② Press ESC button to exit.
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6.5.1.1 HDD CONFIGURATION
① Enter the SYSTEM > HDD > HDD CONFIGURATION menu.
② Select from “REC” or “BACKUP”. The default is “REC”.
6.5.1.2 REC HDD INITIALIZE
① Enter the SYSTEM > HDD > REC HDD INITIALIZE menu.
② If you want to initialize, move the cursor to “YES” and then press the “ENTER” button. If not,
move the cursor to “NO” and then press the “ENTER” button.
③ Press ESC button to exit.
Note:
- All data will be cleared after initialized. Please be careful.
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6.5.1.3 BACKUP HDD INITIALIZE
① Enter the SYSTEM > HDD > BACKUP HDD INITIALIZE menu.
② If you want to initialize, move the cursor to “YES” and then press the “ENTER” button. If not,
move the cursor to “NO” and then press the “ENTER” button.
③ Press ESC button to exit.
Note:
- All data will be cleared after initialized. Please be careful.
6.5.2 CLOCK
① Enter the SYSTEM > CLOCK menu.
6.5.2.1 DATE&TIME
① Enter the SYSTEM > CLOCK > DATE & TIME menu.
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② Select the desired position of date or time.
③ Use the (-), (+) buttons to modify the current date and time.
④ Press ESC button to exit.
Note:
- DATE: YYYY/MM/DD YEAR/MONTH/DAY
- TIME : HH:MM:SS
HOUR:MINUTE:SECOND
6.5.2.2 TIME ADJUST
TIPS
• If the INTERNET TIME ADJUST is “ON”, the time of DVR will be adjusted to the time offered by the internet server.
• There are 10 kinds of internet server to supply GMT in this DVR.
• If you want to use this function, you need a internet connection and input DNS address. Please refer to 6.6.1.5 DNS,P75
• When you power on, you can see the TIME TRIMMING VALUE screen and modify time correctly on this screen with
AUTO button and ALARM RESET button.
① Enter the SYSTEM > CLOCK > TIME ADJUST menu.
② Select “ON” or “OFF” of INTERNET TIME ADJUST. The default is “OFF”.
Note:
- Manual setup: This DVR can recognize the correct time by itself. That is to say, if you input the correct time 3 or 4
times, the DVR will recognize the clock error and display the correct time by itself.
③ If the INTERNET TIME ADJUST set “ON”, set the IP address of SELECT TIME SERVER .
④ Set the correct TIME ZONE standardizing GMT(Greenwich Mean Time).
⑤ Set the correct DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME(Summer time) then select “ON” or “OFF”.
⑥ If the DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME set “ON”, set up the starting date and time and end date.
⑦ Press ESC button to exit..
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6.5.3 VIDEO STANDARD
① Enter the SYSTEM menu.
② Select from “AUTO”, “NTSC” or “PAL”. The default is “NTSC”.
Note:
- If you select “AUTO”, this DVR can detect NTSC/PAL automatically.
6.5.4 LANGUAGE
① Enter the SYSTEM menu.
② Select the desired language.
Note:
- Available languages: ENGLISH, KOREAN, JAPANESE, POLISH, SPANISH, RUSSIAN, CHINESE, TAIWANESE.
6.5.5 REMOTE CONTROL ID
① Enter the SYSTEM menu.
② Set the REMOTE CONTROL ID. The default is “ALL”.
Note:
- If you are operating more than one DVR in the same place and wish to use the remote controller, the remote controller
ID setup is required. Otherwise, do not change the default set value and “ALL” should be selected.
- Creates the Remote controller ID:
Select one of the numbers 11~14, 21~24, 31~34, 41~44, and then press the same number button on the supplied
remote controller before the operation.
6.5.6 KEY ECHO
At the SYSTEM menu,
① Enter the SYSTEM menu.
② Set “ON” or “OFF”. The default is “ON”.
- ON : The beep sounds when you press any buttons on the front panel.
- OFF : The beep does not sound.
6.5.7
ADVANCED SETUP
① Enter the SYSTEM > ADVANCED SETUP menu.
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② Press ESC button to exit.
Note:
- In case that the PASSWORD CHECK is on, only ADMIN and MASTER can enter the ADVANCED SETUP MENU.
6.5.7.1
PASSWORD CHECK
TIPS
• Some operation can be protect by password check.
• Admin password has the highest manager authority of this DVR. Default user is Admin.
• Please note! If you forget admin password, there is no way to access this DVR again.
① Enter the SYSTEM > ADVANCED SETUP menu.
② Select “ON” or “OFF”. If you select “OFF”, password menu won’t work.
MENU DISPLAY CHECK
REC/PLAYBACK CHECK
POWER OFF CHECK
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
CAMERA IN / LOOP OUT
9
10
8
CAUTION
11
12
13
14
15
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
16
IN
WARNING:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF
FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK
VGA
OUT
S-VIDEO
AUDIO
OUT
AUDIO IN
RS - 232
ETHERNET
USB
2
485 T.ADJ RL1 RL2 RL3 RL4
SENSOR
1
2
3
4
G
5
6
7
8
G
9
10
11
12
G
13
14
15
16
G
VIDEO
TA
TB
G
IN
OUT
G
NO
CM
NO
CM
NO
CM
NO
CM
SPOT
DC 12V
1
MONITOR OUT
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6.5.7.2 SET PASSWORD
① Enter the SYSTEM > ADVANCED SETUP > SET PASSWORD menu.
② Select the administrator or user1~4 to change the password and then press “ENTER” button.
③ Insert your desired password in the eight digits marked _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ besides NEW
PASSWORD using the CAMERA/ NUMBER INPUT buttons.
④ And then reinsert 8 numbers of the NEW PASSWORD in the eight digits marked _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
beside RE-TYPE using the CAMERA/ NUMBER INPUT buttons to verify the password.
⑤ Press ESC button to exit.
Note:
- You can use only 0~9 number buttons to setup the PASSWORD.
- The default passwords as:
ADMIN is 11111111,
USER1 is 22222222,
USER2 is 33333333,
USER3 is 44444444,
USRE4 is 55555555.
If you forget the admin password, please contact the authorized dealer.
CAUTION:
For security reason, please change the password after purchasing
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6.5.7.3 USER AUTHORITY
TIPS
• You can give different user with independent authority by this setting.
• If you set any item “ON”, the password will be required when the user begin to operate specified function.
① Enter the SYSTEM > ADVANCED SETUP > USER AUTHORITY menu.
② Select from “ON” or “OFF”. The default is “OFF”.
③ Press ESC button to exit.
6.5.7.4 DVR MENU SETUP
① Enter the SYSTEM > ADVANCED SETUP > DVR MENU SETUP menu.
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6.5.7.4.1 MENU INITIALIZE
① Enter the SYSTEM > ADVANCED SETUP > DVR MENU SETUP > MENU INITIALIZE menu.
② If you want to initialize, move the cursor to “YES” and then press the ENTER button. If not, move
the cursor to “NO” and then press the ENTER button
Caution:
- If you do this MENU INITIALIZE, all menu setting values will be factory default.
- HDD data will not be deleted.
6.5.7.4.2 LOAD MENU FROM FILE
① Enter the SYSTEM > ADVANCED SETUP > DVR MENU SETUP > LOAD MENU FROM FILE
menu.
Note:
- This function is to upload the DVR. menu file which saved in USB flash memory.
6.5.7.4.3 SAVE MENU TO FILE
① Enter the SYSTEM > ADVANCED SETUP > DVR MENU SETUP > SAVE MENU TO FILE menu.
Note:
- To copy and upload the menu setting only from front USB port.
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6.5.8 FIRMWARE UPGRADE
① Enter the SYSTEM > FIRMWARE UPGRADE menu.
② If you want to update firmware using the USB_FRONT port, move the cursor to “YES” and then
press the ENTER button. If not, move the cursor to “NO” and then press the ENTER button.
③ Press ESC button to exit.
Note:
- To upgrade the firmware only from front USB port.
6.6 LINK
TIPS
• You can setup all of the internet network function and PTZ camera setup here.
• This DVR support dynamic IP and static IP.
• Remote view from Internet Explorer or dedicate software. Software provide plenty functions include menu setup. IE
support only simple viewing.
• This DVR doesn’t support xDSL, there is a DYNAMIC IP SERVER, but no PPPoE protocol.
① Enter the LINK menu.
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6.6.1 NETWORK
① Enter the LINK > NETWORK menu.
② Press ESC button to exit.
6.6.1.1
DHCP
TIPS
• If DHCP set ON, DVR will get IP/ SUBMASK/ DNS from DHCP server automatically. And the other setup will be ignored.
• To operate with DHCP, there must be a DHCP server in the network which DVR connect to. Please contact network
administrator for detail.
• If DHCP set OFF, please be set the other items for network connection.
① Enter the LINK > NETWORK menu.
② Select from “ON” or “OFF”. The default is “OFF”.
Note:
When the function “DHCP ON” has been selected, please follow one out of the two steps below:
1.First connect the network line and then reboot the DVR.
2.Connect the network line (without rebooting the DVR), enter setup menu, and then select “save and exit” to quit the
setup menu.
<Fixed IP>
6.6.1.2 IP ADDRESS
① Select the desired position and set the data value.
6.6.1.3 SUBNET MASK
① Select the desired position and set the data value.
6.6.1.4 GATEWAY
① Select the desired position and set the data value.
6.6.1.5 DNS
① Select the desired position and set the data value.
6.6.1.6 PORT
① Select the desired position and set the data value.
NOTE: Port setting on DVR and client viewer software must be matched.
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6.6.1.7 DYNAMIC IP SERVER
TIPS
• The “dynamic IP server” is used when a DVR have a dynamic public IP.
• Open IE and input the “\dynamic IP server’s IP, you will see the remote view interface. Then input the MAC address of
DVR and ID, password. You can connect to DVR without to know the DVR IP.
• Or if you know the DVR public IP, you can through “dynamic IP server” to access DVR by IE as well.
• DVR will register the MAC address itself to “dynamic IP server” and “backup IP server” as well.
① DHCP set “ON”
② Input the dynamic server’s IP. The default IP is a available server.
Note:
- DHCP is a protocol for assigning dynamic IP addresses to devices on a network.
- You have to connect with Router in case of using a network of PPPOE type because this unit doesn’t have a PPPOE
protocol.
6.6.1.8 BACKUP IP SERVER
① DHCP set “ON”
② Input the backup IP server’s IP. The default IP is a available server.
6.6.1.9 NETWORK FRAME
① Select the desired value to select an image frame to be transported from DVR to network client
viewer.
Note:
NETWORK FRAME is use for the transported image being influenced by Network speed.
- STILL: Use when the local network speed is too slow.
- MOTION: Use when the normal situation of network speed.
** Please refer to the below image in case of a PPPOE type connection:
DDNS
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6.6.2 RS-232
TIPS
• RS232 is use for connect to external device, such as RS485 converter and a PTZ camera.
• This use for engineering debug as well.
① Enter the LINK > RS232C menu.
② Choose the item and set the data value.
③ Press ESC button to exit.
6.6.3 RS485
TIPS
• RS485 is use for connect to external device, such as PTZ camera.
• Please make sure all the device connect to the same RS485 serial use the same baud rate and different ID.
① Enter the LINK > RS485 menu.
② Choose the item and set the data value.
③ Press ESC button to exit.
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Note:
-
BAUD RATE : Data transmission speed per second.
DATA BIT : Data transmission bit.
PARITY BIT : Data transmission error checking.
STOP BIT : Data transmission ending bit
CAUTION:
Turn off the power not to damage this unit when you connect RS-232 connector.
6.6.4 PTZ
① Enter the LINK > PTZ menu.
②
③
④
⑤
⑥
select the right model of installed PTZ camera.
set up a ID of the PTZ camera.
select the desired ID.
Press the , button to see the next page.
Press ESC button to exit.
6.6.5
E-mail
Note:
- If you want to use this function, you have to input DNS address. Please refer to DNS,P75
① Enter the LINK > E-MAIL menu.
6.6.5.1 SEND E-MAIL
① Select from “ON”, “OFF”, The default is “OFF”.
② When SEND E-MAIL set to “ON”. DVR will send a e-mail when an event happened.
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6.6.5.2 SMTP SERVER
TIPS
• SMTP is a short of “Simple Mail Transport Protocol”.
• Please enter a valid server name or IP to send mail for DVR.
• Some free mail server have limit forward policy, please make sure before you use.
① Enter the LINK > NETWORK > SMTP SERVER menu.
② Select the character using the , , , buttons and then press the ENTER button.
③ To exit this CHARACTER TABLE screen, press the ESC button.
6.6.5.3 DVR E-MAIL ADDR
TIPS
• DVR E-MAIL address means the sender email.
• This address is also use for receiver’s reply.
① Enter the LINK > NETWORK > DVR E-MAIL SERVER menu.
② Select the character using the , , , buttons and then press the ENTER button.
③ To exit this CHARACTER TABLE screen, press the ESC button.
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6.6.5.4 USER ID
TIPS
• Please input your E-mail login ID.
• Please notice is it case sensitive mail server or not.
① Enter the LINK > NETWORK > USER ID menu.
② Select the character using the , , , buttons and then press the ENTER button.
③ To exit this CHARACTER TABLE screen, press the ESC button.
6.6.5.5 PASSWORD
TIPS
• Please input your E-mail login password.
• Please notice is it case sensitive mail server or not.
① Enter the LINK > NETWORK > PASSWORD menu.
② Select the character using the , , , buttons and then press the ENTER button.
③ To exit this CHARACTER TABLE screen, press the ESC button.
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6.7 SEARCH
① Enter the SEARCH menu.
** Please, refer to Search & Playback of Chapter 5 Operation. P21.
6.8 COPY
① Enter the COPY menu.
** Please, refer to Copy of Chapter 5 Operation.P30
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6.9 EXIT
① Enter the EXIT menu.
② Move the cursor to the desired item and press the ENTER button.
- SAVE ONLY : Select this item if you want only to save the changed setup.
- SAVE AND EXIT : Select this item if you want to save the changed setup and exit this screen.
- EXIT WITHOUT SAVE : Select this item if you want not to save the changed setup before
exiting this screen.
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Chapter 7
External Terminal Information
7.1 RS-485
These ports are to control the connected PTZ cameras and can be used to connect the external
controller.
No
DESCRIPTION
1
TA(TX+)
2
TB(TX-)
RS485:Transmit data
RS485: Receive data
3
GND
7.2 RELAY OUT
For controlling alarm output by relay
NO
1
DESCRIPTION
NO
NO(Normal Open)
DESCRIPTION
5
NO(Normal Open)
6
CM(Common)
7
NO(Normal Open)
8
CM(Common)
ALARM
2
CM(Common)
3
NO(Normal Open)
MD
V-LOSS
4
CM(Common)
POWER
USER
NOT USED
HDD ERROR
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7.3 T.ADJ
NO
DESCRIPTION
FALLING EDGE
1
TIME REFERENCE INPUT
TTL
2
TIME REFERENCE OUTPUT
To other T.ADJ Input
7.4 ALARM
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No
DESCRIPTION
1
EXTERNAL ALARM 1 INPUT
2
EXTERNAL ALARM 2 INPUT
3
EXTERNAL ALARM 3 INPUT
4
EXTERNAL ALARM 4 INPUT
G
ALARM IN COMMON GND
5
EXTERNAL ALARM 5 INPUT
6
EXTERNAL ALARM 6 INPUT
7
EXTERNAL ALARM 7 INPUT
8
EXTERNAL ALARM 8 INPUT
G
ALARM IN COMMON GND
9
EXTERNAL ALARM 9 INPUT
10
EXTERNAL ALARM 10 INPUT
11
EXTERNAL ALARM 11 INPUT
12
EXTERNAL ALARM 12 INPUT
G
ALARM IN COMMON GND
13
EXTERNAL ALARM 13 INPUT
14
EXTERNAL ALARM 14 INPUT
15
EXTERNAL ALARM 15 INPUT
16
EXTERNAL ALARM 16 INPUT
G
ALARM IN COMMON GND
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7.5 VGA
*Optional
This DVR supports 1024 x 768 resolution & 70Hz refreshed rate in NTSC/PAL mode.
VGA
No
DESCRIPTION
1
RED(Red Video [75ohm, 0.7Vp-p] )
2
GREEN(Green Video [75ohm, 0.7Vp-p] )
3
BLUE(Blue Video [75ohm, 0.7Vp-p] )
4~12
Reserved
13
HSYNC or CSYNC(Horizontal or Composite Sync.)
14
VSYNC(Vertical Sync.)
15
Reserved
7.6 SERIAL
SERIAL
No
Description
1
DCD
2
3
No
Description
Not used
6
DSR
Not used
RxD
Receive data
7
RTS
Not used
TxD
Transmit data
8
CTS
Not used
9
RI
Not used
4
DTR
+12V output
5
GND
Signal Ground
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7.7 Ethernet / USB
For both 10Base-T and 100 Base-TX.
No
DESCRIPTION
1
N/C (Not Connected)
2
N/C (Not Connected)
3
RX-(Receive Data-)
4
N/C (Not Connected)
5
N/C (Not Connected)
6
RX+(Receive Data+)
7
TX-(Transmit Data-)
8
TX+(Transmit Data+)
No
USB1
USB2
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DESCRIPTION
1
VCC
2
USB DATA -
3
USB DATA +
4
GND
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Chapter 8
Specifications
1. VIDEO
Input Level
1.0 Vp-p±10% Composite, 75Ω Balanced
Video Standard
NTSC(525 lines)/ PAL(625 lines)/ AUTO
Display Speed
Display Resolution
Monitor Output
NTSC
480/ 240 ips (16/ 8 CH Real Time)
PAL
400/ 200 ips (16/ 8 CH Real Time)
NTSC
720(H) X 480(V)
PAL
720(H) X 576(V)
Main
1.0Vp-p Composite, 75Ω Balanced (YC Output)
Spot
1.0Vp-p Composite, 75Ω Balanced
Analogue non-interlaced RGB. This DVR is compatible with TFT
VGA (optional)
LCD monitor that support 50Hz VGA mode in PAL
2. AUDIO
LINE Input Level
0.5~1.4Vp-p@20kΩ
Output Level
-10dB 1KΩ
3. RECORDING
*1 Compression Method
MPEG4 (Refer to the below table)
*2 Recording speed
Refer to the below table
Quality
User Define
Scheduling
Low/ Fine/ Superfine
Available per hour/ each channel
Manual/ Event(Motion detection,
Schedule
Support
Mode
Water Marking
Video
loss,
Sensor)/
4. HDD
Capacity
Internal Storage
4 HDDs
Speed
Min. 5400RPM, 7200RPM
DMA
45MHz DMA
Type
EIDE compatible
Seek time
Faster than 9.0ms avg.
External Bay Interface
USB 2.0
5. ALARM
Sensor Input
16/ 8 CH (Terminal block)
Alarm Output
4 Relay out (Programmable), Terminal block
Motion Detection
Available per each camera/ Multi-detection level
6. CONNECTORS
Video Input
Main
BNC 16/ 8 ports
Main
BNC 1 port
Loop Output
Monitor Output
BNC 16/ 8 ports
Spot
BNC 1 port
S-Video
BNC 1 port (4 pins mini DIN)
VGA
BNC 1 port (15 pins female DSUB)
Audio Input
RCA 4 CH : Rear 4 port (Line only)
Audio Output
RCA 1 CH : Rear 1 port
HDD extension/ Mouse/ USB flash memory/ CD-RW/
DVD±RW (Front 1 port, Rear 2 ports)
USB 2.0
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Serial
PTZ control
Alarm Input
Alarm Output
Ethernet
External control (RS-232C) /
For debugging : 9 pins male DSUB
RS-485
16/ 8 CH
4 Relay output : 3 pins terminal block
(Normal-Open, Normal-Close, Common) x 4
RJ45 connector, 10/100 Mbps
7. ELECTRICAL
Power Source
12V / 10A
Power Consumption
App. 70W(Including 1 HDD)
8. ENVIRONMENTAL
Operating Temperature
5℃ ~ + 40℃
Storage Temperature
-10℃ ~ + 60℃
Humidity
30 ~ 90%RH (non-condensing)
9. PHYSICAL
Construction
iron case + front plastic panel
Color
Silver
Dimension
420(W) x 88(H) x 410(D) mm
Weight
App. 8kg (Not Including HDD)
10. BACKUP & COPY
Digital Backup
Event Backup
Copy
External HDD/ CD-RW/ DVD-RW/ USB Stick (2.0)
11. SEARCHING & PLAYBACK
Searching Method
Time/ Event/ File/ Bookmark/ Log file /Text
12. MULTI-REMOTE SURVEILLANCE
Monitoring Environment
Client software/ Central monitoring system/ Web
Max. connection DVR
16 DVRs accessible
Max. client
Supporting multi-client (16 clients accessible)
13. SYSTEM MONITORING & RECOVERY
System logging
Monitoring
Recovery
Power failure checkable
2 independent Watchdog
(Reliable Hardware Watchdog + Software Watchdog)
Auto-Reboot by Watchdog/ Automatic database recovery
14. Others
88
OS
Embedded Linux
Duplexer or Triplexer
Pentaplexer
Control Device
Front key/ Remote controller / Mouse/ Network viewer
File compatibility with PC (Windows)
Compatible
Number of event list/ Log file list
20,000/ 20,000
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< Recording Speed Table >
Model
Recording
Speed
NTSC
PAL
360 x 240
720 x 240
720 x 480
360 x 288
720 x 288
720 x 576
Compression Method
Unit :IPS
8CH
240
120
60
200
100
50
MPEG4
16CH
480
240
120
400
200
100
MPEG4
< Recording Time Table >
1. RECORDING CONDITIONS
Based on 120GB and connecting all channels.
2. RECORDING TIME TABLE
RECORD
IMAGE
MODEL
Color Bar
(NTSC*)
16CH /
8CH
Real-time
IMAGE
QUALITY
SUPERFIN
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FINE
LOW
IMAGE
SIZE
5318
Bytes
3562
Bytes
2182
Bytes
480ips(360x240)
240ips(720x240)
120ips(720x480)
240ips(360x240)
120ips(720x240)
60ips(720x480)
120ips(360x240)
60ips(720x240)
30ips(720x480)
60ips(360x240)
30ips(720x240)
15ips(720x480)
13.5 Hours
27 Hours
54 Hours
108 Hours
18.5 Hours
37 Hours
74 Hours
128 Hours
33 Hours
66 Hours
132 Hours
264 Hours
• The figures in the Recording Time Table were estimated under ideal recording conditions and may vary from
your actual recording situation.
• In the Recording Time Table, multiply by 2 for recording hours with an 240 GB HDD and 3 for recording hours
with a 360 GB HDD.
• The complexity of the image and the amount of motion recorded greatly influences the recording capacity of your
hard drive (HDD). The higher the frames per second and the higher the video quality setting, the lower your HDD
recording capacity will be. In the same manner, the lower the frames per second setting and the lower the video
quality setting, the higher your HDD recording capacity will be.
• Note that the lower frame rate does not mean a lower video quality. The image quality remains the same
whether the frames per second setting is set high or low. One frame per second is the same as taking a photo
every second.
• There are several factors that influence the recording capacity of your hard drive.
(a) The number of cameras used
(b) The complexity of the recording image
(c) The number of frame recorded per second
(d) The image quality setting – Superfine, Fine or Low
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Chapter 9
HDD INSTALLATION PROCESS
9.1 INSTALL the INTERNAL HARD DISK DRIVE(s).
Note:
(1) Set the master or slave of HDD before fixing the HDD(s) into DVR. Refer to HDD jumper setting
information.
(2) Set up no. 1 and 3 by master and no. 2 and 4 by slave.
Description
Jumper Setting
PCI SLOT
A
For Removable HDD (Optional)
Master
B
For Fixed HDD (1 and 2)
No.1 for Master and No.2 for Slave
C
For Fixed HDD (3 and 4)
No.3 for Master and No.4 for Slave
When installing the HDD, format it before operation (It is suggested, once the HDDh
as been installed, unless necessary, do not replace the HDD).
HDD Jumper Setting Information
Before install the Hard Disk Drive(s), please read the jumper setting information
on the label. If the jumper is not set properly, the system will be disordered.
Jumper setting is different according to HDD model.
Please visit following web sites of Hard Disk Drive manufacturer for more
information about jumper setting.
HITACHI : www.hitachi.com
MAXTOR : www.maxtor.com
SAMSUNG : www.samsunghdd.com
SEAGATE : www.seagate.com
WESTERN DIGITAL : www.westerndigital.com
**DVD±RW(or CD-RW) Jumper Setting Information
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Chapter 10
Network Viewer
The DVR Viewer is a dedicated client program that connects to monitors and manages up to 16
DVRs simultaneously.
10.1 SYSTEM REQUIREMENT
The DVR Viewer receives, decodes and displays data for up to 16 DVRs or up to 256 cameras simul
taneously requiring a powerful personal computer to take full advantage of the program. The followi
ng is the minimum and recommended PC specification.
OS
CPU
RAM
Video Card
Free Space
Resolution
DirectX
Network
Port
Minimum
Windows 2000
Pentium III 1 Ghz
128MB
16MB
50MB
800x600x16
DirectX 7.0
Ethernet 10/100B-TX
Port 5400 ~ 5499 TCP
Recommended
Windows XP
Pentium IV 2.8 Ghz
512MB
128MB
2GB
1024x768x32
DirectX 9.0c
Ethernet 10/100B-TX
Port 5400 ~ 5499 TCP
10.2 INSTALLING THE DVR VIEWER
Insert the program CD into the CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive
of the computer and locate the SETUP.EXE file.
Double-click on the setup file, and the program will start the
installation.
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Click on NEXT.
The DVR viewer will be installed in its default folder of
C:\Program Files\DVR\DVR-Viewer. If the folder needs to
be changed, click on “BROWSE…” button and then select a
different folder.
The setup program will run through its series of installation
process.
Click on FINISH to complete the installation.
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10.3 DVR VIEWER - LAYOUT
Locate the DvrViewer icon on the desktop and double-click on it to run the client software.
program can also be located in START- Programs – DVR-Viewer.
The
When the DVR Viewer is run for the first time, it prompts
for the administrator’s password.
Select and enter a password of up to 20 alphanumeric
characters.
Click on OK to start the program.
The DVR Viewer has two display modes. When the
program is run for the first time, it will be shown in the
attached mode The DVR Viewer then can be switched
into detached mode to view up to 16 DVR windows
simultaneously.
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1. DVR LIST
The DVR List adds or removes individual DVRs and offers a variety of connection options.
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a. DVR List
The DVRs that have been added are listed in this box.
b. Connection Type
Select the connection type to the DVR.
c. DVR Name
Enter the DVR name.
d. IP Address and Port
Enter the IP address and the port number for the DVR, if known.
e. Use IP Server
The DVR can be located on the internet using the MAC address displayed in the status
screen. If the MAC address is to be used, “Use IP Server” box must be checked.
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f.
Domain Name / Use DDNS
The DVR can be located on the internet using a domain name, or a web address. The
DVR must be registered with a Dynamic DNS service in order to be located. If the Domain
Name is to be used, “Use DDNS” box must be checked.
g. Serial Port
Select the COM port and the baud rate if RS-232C or RS-485 protocols are used to connect
to the DVR.
h. Password
Enter the password to access the DVR remotely.
access privileges assigned by the administrator.
The password level entered will grant the
i.
Description
Add comments or notes to the DVR in this box.
j.
Add
Once all the information for the DVR has been entered, click on ADD to add to the DVR list.
k. Change
After changing the DVR information, click on CHANGE to update the DVR information.
l.
Delete
Highlight a DVR from the DVR List and then click on DELETE to remove from the DVR List.
m. Connect
Highlight a DVR from the DVR List and then click on CONNECT to remotely connect to the
DVR.
n. Cancel
Click on CANCEL to exit from the DVR List menu.
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2. DVR SEARCH
Within a local area network environment (LAN), it is possible to automatically scan and list available
DVRs to be added to the DVR list.
Click on DVR SEARCH to open the DVR Search
window.
Click on SEARCH, and available DVRs will be listed.
Highlight a desired DVR to add to the DVR List, and
then click on ADD TO LIST.
“DVR List Added.” Message will appear with a
successful addition to the DVR list.
Click on CANCEL to exit from DVR Search.
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3. HDD SEARCH
The hard disk drive from the DVR can be directly connected to a PC, where the files can be
searched and played back through the DVR Viewer.
Click on HDD SEARCH to open the HDD
Search window
Select a hard disk drive, and then click on OK.
Recorded channels will be shown in the main
channel display window.
The content of the hard drive can be further
searched and played back using any one of
the search features, or using the playback
buttons to playback in slow, fast, or paused
mode.
4. FILE SEARCH
Backed up files and files that have been downloaded can be searched and played back.
Click on FILE SEARCH to open the File Search window.
If the desired file is not listed in the current folder, then select the
folder in which the files are saved by clicking on FOLDER SELECT.
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Select a file to view, and then click on PLAY to begin the playback.
The file can also be played back by double-clicking on it.
Once the playback starts, it can be slowed, paused and fast
forwarded using the playback buttons.
The playback list can be viewed and selected again from
the TIME search button once the playback starts.
5. ARRANGE WINDOW
Arrange window button works only in detached window mode (See #9). When viewing multiple
DVRs, clicking on ARRANGE WINDOW sort and display all DVR connection windows in a tile format.
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1 ~ 4 DVRS
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6. VIEWER OPTION
Viewer option defines the administrative options for the DVR Viewer, such as display options and the
IP address of the Dynamic IP Server, and user management to create user name and passwords for
additional users to access the DVR Viewer.
6.1 Viewer Option
Click on VIEWER OPTION to open the Viewer Option
window.
Check or uncheck various On Screen Display options as
needed. By default, Channel Title, Event and Frame Rate
are checked.
Modify the IP address for the Dynamic IP Servers as
needed. The default IP addresses are:
Primary Server: 211.174.251.155
Secondary Server: 211.174.251.160
6.2 User Management
Click on USER MANAGEMENT to access the User
Management window.
Modify the administrator’s description and passwords as
needed. Up to 20 alphanumeric characters can be entered
for the password.
Press CHANGE to save the modification.
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To add additional users, click on ADD.
Enter the user name, description for the user, password and
access privileges, and then click on SAVE to add the new
user.
The user setting can be modified by highlighting the user
and clicking on CHANGE once the changes are made.
7. CHANNEL DISPLAY WINDOW
Live or playback video from the DVR is transmitted and displayed up to 16 channels. Each
channel displays information regarding the specific channel according to the settings in VIEWER
OPTION.
8. DVR CLOSE
The connected DVR can be disconnected by clicking on this button.
9. ATTACH / DETACH WINDOW
The channel display window can be attached or detached to the controls by clicking on this button.
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10. TIME & VERSION DISPLAY
Displays the local time and current DVR Viewer version.
11. CHANNEL DISPLAY SELECTION
Any one of the single channels can be viewed in full screen mode by clicking on any channel
numbers.
12. DISPLAY / MULTI CHANNEL VIEW MODE
Depending on the model of the DVR, the channel view modes can be changed by toggling on
this button: 16 channel view mode, 13 channel view mode, 10 channel view mode, 9 channel
view mode, 8 channel view mode, 7 channel view mode, 6 channel view mode, and quad view
mode.
13. AUTOMATIC SEQUENCE DWELL TIME
Defines the dwell time for the automatic sequencing of view modes. Select from 1 to 9 seconds.
The default is 3 seconds.
14. AUTOMATIC SEQUENCE
The channels sequence through different view modes automatically by enabling the AUTO
button. Click on AUTO once more to stop the automatic sequence.
15. DVR CONTROLLER
Just as the IR remote controller, mouse and the front buttons on the DVR, the client software
provides a controller to control the DVR remotely. The button functions are identical to the front
buttons of this DVR. For more information on button functions, please see 3.1 FRONT PANEL
LAYOUT.
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16. PTZ CONTROLLER
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Pan, Tilt and Zoom cameras can be controlled remotely through the DVR Viewer.
A.
Channel select
Select the channel in which the PTZ camera is installed.
B.
Directional buttons / Autofocus
Move the PTZ camera using the directional buttons.
clicking on AF.
C.
Set preset points
Move the PTZ camera to the desired location, and then click on any of the 16 buttons to
set a preset position.
D.
Move to preset points
Click on any of the 16 buttons to move the PTZ camera to predefined preset position.
E.
Zoom control
Zoom in and out by clicking on the – or + buttons.
F.
PTZ movement speed
Select the movement speed ratio.
G.
Focus control
Focus in and out by clicking on the – or + buttons.
17. SETUP
Access the DVR setup window.
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18. STATUS
Displays the current DVR status on System, Record and Network.
18.1 System
System status displays the following information:
Video type
Software version
Hardware version
Current temperature of the DVR in both Celsius and
Fahrenheit
Total number of hard disk drives
Recording mode of the hard disk drives
Total space of fixed hard disk drive
Remaining free space of fixed hard disk drive
Total space of backup hard disk drive
Remaining free space of backup hard disk drive
18.2 Record
Record status displays the following information:
Record program
Event record mode
Record repeat
Number of record hard disk drives
Logical Block Address of the record hard disk drives
Number of backup hard disk drives
Logical Bock Address of the backup hard disk
drives
Record status
18.3 Network
Network status displays the following information:
Mac address
IP address
Subnet mask
Gateway
DNS
Port
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19. PRINT
In live or playback mode, select any of the channels and then click on PRINT to bring up the
screen print window.
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Zoom in / out
Click the + or – button to zoom in and out for the detailed view of the picture.
b.
Paper size
Select the paper size.
Available paper sizes are A3, A4, A5, B4, B5, Legal and Letter.
c.
Print
Send the picture to the printer.
d.
Printer
Select a printer to send the picture.
e.
Save as
The picture can be saved as a JPEG or Bitmap format.
f.
Memo
Add the memo for the picture to be printed.
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Font
Select the font for the memo.
h.
Date print
Select the date print option on or off.
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Preview window
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20. COPY
The data on the DVR can be downloaded onto the PC using the COPY function. The data can
also be backed up directly onto available backup media on the DVR.
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Available data
Displays available data to be downloaded.
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Hard disk drive selection
Select the hard disk drive to download from. If unknown, leave the selection on NORMAL.
c.
Copy time
Define the interval of the file to be downloaded. Available time interval is 1 through 60
minutes. As the value is adjusted, the COPY END value will be automatically adjusted.
d.
Copy start
Enter the starting time of the data to be downloaded.
e.
Copy end
Enter the end time of the data to be downloaded.
f.
Password
Encrypt the downloaded copy with a password.
password.
Up to 8 numbers can be entered for the
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Channel
Select the channels to be downloaded.
h.
DVR media
Select the media on which the DVR will utilize for backup.
internal DVD burner can be selected.
All three USB ports and the
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Copy
Click on copy after all parameters for downloading.
j.
DVR copy
After selecting the media to be backed up on the DVR, click on DVR COPY to begin the
backup process on the DVR.
k.
Cancel
Exit from the COPY window.
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21. MICROPHONE / TALK
For the voice communication over the internet, click on the MICROPHONE button and then talk
into an available microphone.
22. SPEAKER / LISTEN
Listen in on any of the four channels with audio recording over the internet. Bring any one of the
channels with audio recording to full screen to listen into a specific channel.
23. TIME SEARCH
Search for a specific time for remote playback using a time line. Please see 10.5.1 TIME
SEARCH under 10.5 DVR VIEWER – PLAYBACK MODE.
24. CALENDAR SEARCH
Search for a time for remote playback using a calendar based search window. Please see 10.5.2
CALENDAR SEARCH under 10.5 DVR VIEWER – PLAYBACK MODE.
25. EVENT SEARCH
Search for events for remote playback. Please see 10.5.3 EVENT SEARCH under 10.5 DVR
VIEWER – PLAYBACK MODE.
26. TEXT SEARCH
Search for text strings or keywords for Point of Sales integrated DVR s. Please see 10.5.4 TEXT
SEARCH under 10.5 DVR VIEWER – PLAYBACK MODE.
27. BLOCK SEARCH
Search on Logical Block Address for remote playback. Please see 10.5.5 BLOCK SEARCH
under 10.5 DVR VIEWER – PLAYBACK MODE.
28. LOG SEARCH
View a list of events that occurred on the DVR.
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Log list window
List of DVR logs from the most recent to the oldest.
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Search
Click on search to view available log list.
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c.
Search time
Select the year, month, date, hour, minutes and seconds of the end of the log list to retrieve.
d.
Save log
Save the log list onto the computer.
e.
Cancel
Exit from the log search window.
29. RECORD / PLAYBACK BUTTONS
The remote playback can be controlled just as on the DVR. The remote playback can be
played in normal, slow, and fast modes in both forward and reverse direction.
The DVR Viewer can also record the remote transmission onto the computer’s hard disk drive.
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Record
Click on the RECORD button to start recording on to the computer. When recording, the
box below the main channel display window will be outlined in red.
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Rewind
This button can be toggled for rewind speed of 2x, 4x, 8x, 16x, 32x, 64x and 128x.
c.
Reverse slow
This button can be toggled for a slow reverse playback speed of 1/2x, 1/4x, 1/8x, 1/16x,
1/32x, 1/64x and 1/128x.
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Reverse play
Normal speed playback in reverse direction.
e.
Pause
Pause the playback during remote playback or live monitoring.
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Play
Normal speed playback in forward direction.
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Forward slow
This button can be toggled for a slow forward playback speed of 1/2x, 1/4x, 1/8x, 1/16x,
1/32x, 1/64x and 1/128x.
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Fast forward
This button can be toggled for fast forward speed of 2x, 4x, 8x, 16x, 32x, 64x and 128x.
30. CHANNEL STATUS
Displays the status of the channels.
Grey: non-recording mode
Yellow: manual recording mode
Red: event recording mode
Green: schedule recording / playback mode
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31. LIVE
When the DVR Viewer is connected to the DVR, it starts with the live view mode, and this button
will be pressed and highlighted. Click on LIVE to toggle back to live view mode.
32. PLAY
The remote playback mode can be entered by clicking on PLAY button, just as the PLAY button
is pressed on the DVR. When the PLAY button is clicked the remote playback will start with the
oldest data on the DVR. Next time PLAY button is clicked the playback will resume from where it
was left off.
33. FRAMES PER SECOND
Displays the frame rate of incoming live stream or playback stream.
34. LIVE / PLAYBACK BUTTON STATUS
During live or playback, this window will display the direction and the speed of the playback
direction.
35. RELAY 4
Manually trigger relay 4 on the DVR.
The relay 4 option must be set to user option.
36. AVAILABLE SPACE ON COMPUTER
When connected to a DVR, this section will display available recording space on the computer.
37. ACTIVE DVR / FILE / HDD
Displays a list of connective DVRs, playback from FILE SEARCH and HDD SEARCH.
10.4 DVR VIEWER - LIVE MODE
Click on the DVR LIST, highlight
a desired DVR and then click on
CONNECT.
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DVR’s local time
Displays the DVR’s local date and time
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Event message
Displays the channel’s event messages, alarm and motion.
c.
Channel window
The DVR channel window can be double-clicked for a full screen mode. The channel window
can also be zoomed by dragging the left mouse button over the channel window. The
size of the box created by dragging will be the outline of the channel window to be
zoomed in.
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DVR functions
Some of the DVR functions may not be available depending on what user account the DVR
Viewer has been signed on with, and also with what user level password the DVR has been
connected to.
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DVRs online
If more than one DVR is connected, then the live view of the DVRs can be selected by click
ing on the desired DVR name.
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Remaining HDD space
Displays remaining hard disk drive space on the DVR.
g.
Channel status
Displays the status of the channels.
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10.5 DVR VIEWER – PLAYBACK MODE
Any DVRs that are connected online can be accessed to do data search remotely from the DVR and
then transmit to the DVR viewer for remote playback.
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DVR’s playback time
Displays the DVR’s playback date and time. Channels without recording show NO IMAGE.
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Event message
Displays the channel’s event messages at the time of the recording.
c.
Channel window
The DVR channel window can be double-clicked for a full screen mode. The channel window
can also be zoomed by dragging the left mouse button over the channel window. The
size of the box created by dragging will be the outline of the channel window to be
zoomed in.
d.
DVR functions
Some of the DVR functions may not be available depending on what user account the DVR
Viewer has been signed on with, and also with what user level password the DVR has
been connected to.
e.
DVRs online
The live view of different DVRs can be selected, as well as the playback mode, by clicking
on the desired DVR name.
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Remaining HDD space
Displays remaining hard disk drive space on the DVR.
g.
Channel status
Displays the status of the live channels.
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10.5.1 TIME SEARCH
Click on TIME to display the Time Search window.
The start and the end of the recorded data will be displayed.
Select the hard disk drive for the remote playback. If unknown,
leave the selection to Normal.
Select the channel for playback.
Select the year, month, day and time for the playback, or slide
the time bar to the desired time.
Click on PLAY to begin the remote playback.
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10.5.2 CALENDAR SEARCH
Click on CALENDAR to display the Calendar Search window.
Dates with recorded data will be highlighted in yellow.
Select the year, month, date, and the hour block, and then click
on PLAY to begin the remote playback.
10.5.3 EVENT
Click on EVENT to display the Event Search window.
The first 500 events are listed chronologically, from the most
recent to the oldest.
Select an event and then click on PLAY to begin remote
playback.
If the desired event is not listed in the current window, then
follow the following steps.
Select the hard disk drive for the remote playback. If unknown,
leave the selection to Normal.
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Select the channel for playback.
Select the event categories.
Select the year, month, day and time for the end of the event
list for playback.
The list can be advanced to the next 500 lists by clicking on
NEXT. Highlight the desired event and then click on PLAY to
begin the remote playback.
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10.5.4 TEXT
Click on TEXT to display Text Search window.
Select the hard disk drive for the remote playback. If unknown,
leave the selection to Normal.
Select the channel for the text string search.
Enter the text string to search.
items) search.
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Select the year, month, day and time for the end of the search
time.
Click on SEARCH to list data that match the text string.
If the text string search was left blank, then it will display all
items.
Click on NEXT for the next 500 listing.
Highlight a text string, and then click on PLAY to begin the
remote playback.
The listing can be saved as a List file format.
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10.5.5 BLOCK
Click on BLOCK to display the Logical Block Address Search
window.
The first 500 data is displayed in chronological order, from the
most recent to the oldest.
Select the hard disk drive for the remote playback.
unknown, leave the selection to Normal.
If
Select the year, month, day and time for the end of the data.
If the desired date and time is not found, then click on NEXT to
display the next 500 Logical Block Addresses.
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Highlight a desired block time and then click on PLAY to begin
the remote playback.
10.6 DVR VIEWER – SETUP
The DVR Viewer can change the settings on the DVR remotely. The features and settings are
identical to that of the DVR menu. For more information, please see V. DVR MENU on page
Click on SETUP and the password prompt will be displayed.
Enter the administrator’s password and then click on OK to
display the DVR setup menu.
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1. QUICK SETUP
2. SCREEN SETUP
3. RECORD SETUP
4. EVENT SETUP
5. SYSTEM SETUP
6. LINK
7. DOWNLOAD
Update the DVR’s firmware using the download menu.
8. READ FROM FILE
Load DVR settings from a DVR setup file.
9. SAVE TO FILE
Save DVR settings to a DVR setup file.
10. LOAD FROM DVR
Load current DVR settings.
11. UPDATE TO DVR
Upload changed settings to DVR.
12. CLOSE
Close DVR Setup menu.
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Quick Setup: on / off.
b.
Image Size: 360 x 240 / 720 x 240 / 720 x 480.
c.
Record Frame: 16 through 480, depending on image
size.
d.
Event: off, all, alarm, v-loss, motion, alarm & loss,
alarm & motion, loss & motion.
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Pre Record Time: 0 through 5 seconds.
f.
Pose Record Time: 0 through 60 seconds.
g.
Image Quality: low, fine, superfine.
h.
Audio Record: on / off.
i.
Remote Control ID: all, 11 ~ 14, 21 ~ 24, 31 ~ 34 and 41 ~ 44.
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10.6.2 SCREEN
10.6.2.1 Auto Sequence
a.
b.
c.
d.
Auto-Single: select the single channel dwell time.
Auto-Split: select the multi channel dwell time.
Video Loss Skip: check / uncheck.
Add Auto Single: check / uncheck.
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
HDD Free Space: on / off.
HDD Free Space Mode: percent / gigabyte.
Record Status: on / off.
Clock Display: on / off.
Date & Time Mode: YY/MM/DD, MM/DD/YY,
DD/MM/YY.
Title Display: on / off.
Title Mode: text / bitmap.
Border Color: white / black.
Remote Control ID: on / off.
Spot Title Display: on / off.
10.6.2.2 Display
f.
g.
h.
i.
j.
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10.6.2.3 Title
a
b
d
f
c
e
g
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
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Channel Title (text mode)
Enter up to eight alphanumeric characters for channel titles.
Clear
Clear the bitmap drawing.
Move
Move the bitmap drawing in the grids.
Font
Select the font for bitmap conversion.
Download
Download the bitmap to the DVR.
Make Bitmap
Enter the title to be converted into bitmap.
Bitmap Grid
The title can be drawn here.
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10.6.2.4 Multi Screen
Customize the channels to be displayed in 4E, 6, 7, 9B,
10 and 13 channel view modes.
10.6.2.5 Covert
a.
b.
c.
Channels 1 through 16: on / off.
Select: live, play, network, LV & PB, LV & NW, PB
& NW, all.
Title Display: on / off.
a.
b.
c.
Spot Mode: manual, event, sequence.
Spot Sequence Time: 1 to 60 seconds.
Video Loss Skip: on / off.
10.6.2.6 Spot
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10.6.3 RECORD
10.6.3.1 Record
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
Schedule Record: click on a hour block and then
click Schedule Record on / off.
Monday through Sunday: select the record
program.
Repeat Record: on / off.
Repeat Record Alarm: 5% through 10%, off.
Backup Mode: event, off.
Audio 1 through 8: on / off.
10.6.3.2 Record Program
Define the values for the record settings.
left/right buttons on the keyboard.
Use the mouse scroll button to change the values, or the
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
j.
k.
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Record Program: 0 to 9.
Record Type: single / complex, event channel only
/ all channels.
Image Size: select the recording image size.
Normal Record: select the recording rate for
manual recording.
Event Record Single: select the recording rate for
single event recording.
Event Record Complex: select the recording rate
for complex event recording.
Quality Normal: select the image quality for
manual recording.
Quality Event: select the image quality for event
recording.
Pre Record Time: select the pre-event recording
time.
Post Record Time: select the post-event recording
time.
Event Alarm / Video Loss / Motion: check /
uncheck event recording options.
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10.6.3.3 Holiday
a.
b.
Holiday Record: on / off.
Holiday Setup: enter the holidays.
10.6.4 EVENT
10.6.4.1 Event
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
Event Check: on / off.
Event Screen Mode: screen hold, event full, event
multi, event full return, event multi return.
Event Message: on / off.
Event Message Reset: 1 to 30 seconds.
Event Buzzer: on / off.
10.6.4.2 Motion Detection
a.
b.
Sensitivity: select the motion detection sensitivity.
Area Setup: click on AREA SETUP to display the
motion grid window.
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Select the grid size.
Use the left mouse button to draw motion detection
area and use the right mouse button to erase motion
detection area.
Use the buttons at the bottom of the screen to set or
clear motion detection all area of the screen.
10.6.4.3 Sensor Input
Select the circuit type for the sensor input.
10.6.4.4 Relay Output
a.
b.
c.
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Channel 1 through 16: select the relay output for
the events.
Relay 1 through 3 output time: 1 to 30 seconds.
Relay 4 mode select: not used, HDD error, power,
user.
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10.6.5 SYSTEM
10.6.5.1 System
a.
b.
c.
d.
Video Standard: PAL, NTSC, auto.
Language: English, Korean, Japanese, Polish,
Spanish, Russian and Chinese.
Remote Control ID: All, 11 through 14, 21 through
24, 31 through 34 and 41 through 44.
Key Echo: on / off.
10.6.5.2 HDD
Select the recording mode for the HDD.
10.6.5.3 CLOCK
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
Date & Time: the date and time is displayed here
cannot be modified.
Internet Time Server: on / off.
Select Time Server: enter the time server’s IP
address.
Select Time Zone: select the DVR’s local time zone.
Day Light Savings Time: on / off.
Start Time: select the month, week, day and time.
End Time: select the month, week, day and time.
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10.6.5.3 PASSWORD
a.
b.
c.
Password Check: on / off
Passwords: define the DVR access passwords for
all users.
Authority: define DVR access authority for users 1
through 4.
10.6.6 LINK
10.6.6.1 Network
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
DHCP on / off.
IP Address: enter the IP address.
Subnet Mask: enter the subnet mask.
Gateway: enter the gateway.
DNS: enter the DNS address.
Port: define port number.
Dynamic IP Server: enter the Dynamic IP Server
address.
Backup IP Server: enter backup IP Server address.
a.
b.
c.
d.
Baud Rate: select the communication speed.
Data Bit: select the data bit.
Parity Bit: select the parity bit.
Stop Bit: select the stop bit.
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10.6.6.3 RS-485
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
System ID: select the system ID.
Output Mode: select the output mode.
Baud Rate: select the communication speed.
Data Bit: select the data bit.
Parity Bit: select the parity bit.
Stop Bit: select the stop bit.
a.
b.
c.
Model: select the PTZ camera model.
Speed: select the communication speed.
ID: select the PTZ camera address.
a.
b.
c.
Send e-mail: on / off.
SMTP Server: enter the SMTP server address.
DVR e-mail Address: enter the DVR’s e-mail
address.
User ID: enter the DVR’s user name for the e-mail
account.
Password: enter the DVR’s password for the e-mail
account.
E-mail addresses 1 through 10: enter the e-mail
addresses for e-mail notification.
10.6.6.4 PTZ
10.6.6.5 E-mail
d.
e.
f.
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10.6.7 DOWNLOAD
The DVR’s firmware can be updated from the client software. Please remember that once the
upgrade process begins, the connection must not be severed or interrupted.
Click on FIRMWARE DOWNLOAD, and the DVR
firmware open window will open.
Download the logo image to be viewed when booting at
the first stage.(You have to download the firmware together
in order to apply the logo image)
Locate the upgrade file and then click on OPEN to begin
the upgrade process.
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The file will begin loading onto the DVR.
Once the download is complete, the DVR will begin
flashing the new firmware.
Once the upgrade is finished and successful, the DVR
viewer will display “DVR Upgraded Successfully!!”
Restart the DVR, and the new firmware will be in effect.
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APPENDIX
TIME ZONE LISTING
GMT-12:00
GMT-11:00
GMT-10:00
GMT-09:00
GMT-08:00
GMT-07:00
GMT-07:00
GMT-07:00
GMT-06:00
GMT-06:00
GMT-06:00
GMT-06:00
GMT-05:00
GMT-05:00
GMT-05:00
GMT-04:00
GMT-04:00
GMT-04:00
GMT-03:30
GMT-03:00
GMT-03:00
GMT-03:00
GMT-02:00
GMT-01:00
GMT-01:00
GMT
GMT
GMT+01:00
GMT+01:00
GMT+01:00
GMT+01:00
GMT+01:00
GMT+02:00
GMT+02:00
GMT+02:00
GMT+02:00
GMT+02:00
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International Date Line West
Midway Island, Samoa
Hawaii
Alaska
Pacific Time (US & Canada); Tijuana
Arizona
Chihuahua, La Paz, Mazatlan
Mountain Time (US & Canada)
Central America
Central Time (US & Canada)
Guadalajara, Mexico City, Monterrey
Saskatchewan
Bogota, Lima, Quilto
Eastern Time (US & Canada)
Indiana (East)
Atlantic Time (Canada)
Caracas, La Paz
Santiago
Newfoundland
Brasilia
Buenos Aries, Georgetown
Greenland
Mid-Atlantic
Azores
Cape Verde Island.
Casablanca, Monrovia
Greenwich Mean Time: Dublin, Edinburgh, Lisbon, London
Amsterdam, Berlin, Bern, Rome, Stoholm, Vienna
Belgrade, Bratislava, Budapest, Ljubljana, Prague
Brussels, Copenhagen, Madrid, Paris
Sarajevo, Skopje, Warsaw, Zagreb
West Central Africa
Atehns, Beirut, Istanbul, Minsk
Bucharest
Cairo
Harare, Pretoria
Helsinki, Kyiv, Riga, Sofia, Tallinn, Vilnius
Jerusalem
Baghdad
Kuwait, Riyadh
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GMT+03:00
GMT+03:00
GMT+03:30
GMT+04:00
GMT+04:00
GMT+04:30
GMT+05:00
GMT+05:00
GMT+05:30
GMT+05:45
GMT+06:00
GMT+06:00
GMT+06:00
GMT+06:30
GMT+07:00
GMT+07:00
GMT+08:00
GMT+08:00
GMT+08:00
GMT+08:00
GMT+08:00
GMT+09:00
GMT+09:00
GMT+09:00
GMT+09:30
GMT+09:30
GMT+10:00
GMT+10:00
GMT+10:00
GMT+10:00
GMT+10:00
GMT+11:00
GMT+12:00
GMT+12:00
GMT+13:00
Moscow, St. Petersburg, Volgograd
Nairobi
Tehran
Abu Dhabi, Muscat
Baku, Tbilisi, Yeveran
Kabul
Ekaterinburg
Islamabad, Karachi, Tashkent
Chennai, Kolkata, Mumbai, New Delhi
Kathmandu
Almaty, Novosibirsk
Astana, Dhaka
Sri Jayawardenepura
Rangoon
Bangkok, Hanoi, Jakarta
Krasnoyarsk
Beijing, Chongqing, Hong Kong, Urumqi
Irkutsk, Ulaan Bataar
Kuala Lumpur, Singapore
Perth
Taipei
Osaka, Sapporo, Tokyo
Seoul
Yakutsk
Adelaide
Darwin
Brisbane
Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney
Guam, Port Moresby
Hobart
Vladivostok
Magadan, Solomon Island, New Caledonia
Auckland, Wellington
Fiji, Kamchatka, Marshal Island
Nuku'alofa
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