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INSTRUCTION MANUAL
EDSR-900
9 Channel Duplex Digital Video Recorder
EDSR-1600
16 Channel Duplex Digital Video Recorder
V1.02
Safety Precautions
CAUTION
DO NOT REMOVE COVER. NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
WARNING
TO REDUCE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
Safety Precautions
? Refer all work related to the installation of this product to qualified service
personnel or system installers.
? Do not block the ventilation opening or slots on the cover.
? Do not drop metallic parts through slots.This could permanently damage
the appliance. Turn the power off immediately and contact qualified service
personnel for service.
? Do not attempt to disassemble the appliance.To prevent electric shock,
do not remove screws or covers. There are no user-serviceable parts
inside. Contact qualified service personnel for maintenance. Handle the
appliance with care. Do not strike or shake, as this may damage the
appliance.
? Do not expose the appliance to water or moisture, nor try to operate it in
wet areas. Do take immediate action if the appliance becomes wet.
Turn the power off and refer servicing to qualified service personnel.
Moisture may damage the appliance and also cause electric shock.
? Do not use strong or abrasive detergents when cleaning the appliance
body. Use a dry cloth to clean the appliance when it is dirty. When the
dirt is hard to remove,use a mild detergent and wipe gently.
? Do not overload outlets and extension cords as this may result in a risk of
fire or electric shock.
? Do not operate the appliance beyond its specified temperature, humidity
or power source ratings. Do not use the appliance in an extreme
environment where high temperature or high humidity exists. Use the
appliance at temperature within 0oC ~ +40oC and a humidity below 90%.
The input power source for this appliance is AC100~240V
Safety Precautions
Safety Precautions
The lightning flash with an arrowhead symbol, within an
equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the
presence of uninsulated ”dangerous voltage”within the
product’s enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to
constitute a risk of electric shock to persons
Warning:
Electrostatic-sensitive device. Use proper
CMOS/MOSFET handing precautions to avoid
electrostatic discharge.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is
intended to alert the user to presence of important
operating and maintenance(servicing)instructions in the
literature accompanying the appliance.
UNPACKING
Unpack carefully.
This is electronic equipment and should be
handled carefully.
Check to ensure that the following items are included;
Warning :
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose units not
specifically designed for outdoor use to rain or moisture.
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Digital Video Recorder unit
User’s manual
Power Cord
HDD tray key and screws
Alarm I/O board
If an item appears to have been damaged in shipment,
replace it properly in its carton and notify the shipper.
Attention:
Installation should be performed by qualified service personnel
only in accordance with the National Electrical Code or
applicable local codes.
Do not place on uneven or unstable work surfaces.
Seek servicing if the casing.
Power Disconnect:
Units with or without ON-OFF switches have power
supplied to the unit whenever the power code is inserted
into the power source; however, the unit is operational
only when the ON-OFF switch is in the ON position.
The power cord is the main power disconnect for all units.
AC100~240V Power Cords
Note:
This is a class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference
In which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
Note:
Before installing and using this unit, please read this manual carefully. Be sure to keep it handy for later
reference.
The information in this manual was current when published. The manufacturer reserves the right to revise
and improve its products. All specifications are therefore subject to change without notice.
Important Safeguards
Important Safeguards
Read Instruction---All the safety and operating instructions should be read before the init is operated
Retain Instructions---The safety and operating instructions should be retained for future reference.
Heed Warnings— All warnings on the unit and in the operating instructions should be adhered to.
Follow Instructions— All operating and use instructions should be followed
Cleaning— Unplug the unit from the outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol
cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning
Attachments— Do not use attachment not recommended by the product manufacturer as they may
cause hazards.
Water and Moisture— Do not use this unit near water-for example, near a bath tub, wash bowl,
kitchen sink, or laundry tub, in a wet basement, near a swimming pool, in an
unprotected outdoor installation, or any area which is classified as a wet location.
Servicing— Do not attempt to service this unit yourself as opening or removing covers may expose
you to dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
Power Cord Protection— Power supply cords should be routed so that they are not likely to be walked
on or pinched by items placed upon or against them, playing particular
attention to cords and plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where
they exit from the appliance.
Object and Liquid Entry— Never push objects of any kind into this unit through openings as they may
touch dangerous voltage points or short-out parts that could result in a fire or
electric shock, Never spill liquid of any kind on the unit.
Table of Contents
1.
Product Overview…
… … … … … … … … … … … … … .… … … … … … ..… ..… ..Page 1
1.1 Main features… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … .....… ..… .1
1.2 Specifications… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … ..… … … … ..2
2.
3.
Back panel connections…
System connection…
… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … ......… … … 3~4
… … … … … … … … … .… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … ..5
Before installation… … ..… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … ..5
4.
Front panel keypads…
5.
Operation…
… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … ..… … … … … … … … ..8
6.
Menu flow…
… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … ..… … … … … … … ...9~10
… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … .… … … … ..… 6~7
6.1 Clock setting menu… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … ...… … … … … … … … … … ..11
6.2 Timer setting menu… … … … … … … … … … … … … ...… … … … … … … … … … … ..… 12
6.3 Sequence setting menu… … … … … … … … … … … ..… … … … … … … … … … … … ...13
6.4 Title setting menu… … … … … … … … … … … … … ..… … … … … … … … … … … … … ..14
6.5 Covert setting menu… … … … … … … … … … … … ..… … … … … … … … … … … … .… 15
6.6 Alarm record setting menu… … … … … … … … … ..… … … … … … … … … … … … … ..16
6.7 Motion setting menu… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … ...17
6.8 Record setting menu… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … ..19
6.9 Network setting menu… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … .… 20
6.10 Control setting menu… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … .… … … 21
6.11 Buzzer setting menu… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … .… 22
6.12 Archive setting menu… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … 23
6.13 Matrix setting menu… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … ..24
6.14 System setting menu… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … 25
7.
Recording…
… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … ..… 26
7.1 Instant recording… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … .… … … .26
7.2 Alarm recording… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … ...… … .26
8.
Playing back…
… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … .… … … ...… … 27
8.1 Normal playback… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … .… … … … … ...… ..27
8.2 Search playback… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … .… … … ...… … ...28~30
9.
Copy…
… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … .… … … … … .… … … .31
9.1 Still image copy… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … .… … … … .… .… … .31
9.2 Copy to movie file… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … .… … … … ...… … ...32
9.3 Export event log list..............................................................................................33
10.
Monitor Views / Operation..............................................................34
10.1 Main monitor.......................................................................................................34
10.2 Call / Matrix monitors..........................................................................................35
11.
Remote Control.............…
… … … … … … … … … … … … … … ..… … … … .… …
.36
11.1 RS-485 remote control … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … ..… … … … .… … … .36
11.2 IR – remote control … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … ..… … … .… … … ..… 37
12.
View from Internet/Intranet…
… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … .… ....38~41
Appendix-A LAN functional specification…
… … ..… … … … … … … … … 42
Appendix-B Time lapse recording time table…
Appendix-C Serial Interface Specifications …
… … ....… … .… ..… .43~44
… ..… … … … … … … … ...45
1. RS-232 Pin assignment..........................................................................................45
2. Transmission settings.............................................................................................45
3. Remote control protocol...................................................................................46~50
Appendix-D Alarm I/O pin assignment.......…
… … … … … … … … … … ....51
Product Overview
1. Product Overview
The EDSR-900 / EDSR1600 Duplex Digital Video Recorder (DVR) a full-featured DVR designed
specifically for use in security industry.
The DVR incorporates all the benefits of digital video recording, is simple to install, and operates
just like a VCR.
Highly efficient compression technology and superior resolution of recorded images make the DVR
stand out from the competition as the best choice for security surveillance.
The 16 (in) x 5 (out) Matrix Outputs make it powerful for 5 call monitor outputs to be set as you wish.
The real time audio recording at any video recording speed that makes it as perfect as your
security demand.
1.1 Main Features
? Easy-to-use control panel with common VCR and Multiplexer functions
? Shuttle/Jog dial for picture-by-picture or fast/slow viewing
? No tapes to manage, clean or replace
? Instant retrieval of stored video
? On-screen setup menu and system timer
? Ethernet TCP/IP connectivity for remote viewing and controlling
? Pre-Alarm recording
? Built-in M-JPEG compression/decompression with configurable video quality
? Programmed with various time-lapse speeds
? Two 3.5”IDE Type Hard Disks for storage with Hot-Swap trays
? RS232 and RS485 for Remote Control
?? IR remote control (optional)
? Real-Time Live Display for all cameras
? Variable recording speeds up to 60/50 fields per second for NTSC/PAL
? Alarm- and motion activated recording
? Data export to compact flash card
? 2 channel real time audio recording capabilities
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Specifications
1.2 Specifications
Video Format
NTSC/PAL
Video Input
9 (EDSR900) / 16 (EDSR1600) camera inputs (BNC),1Vp-p/75ohm
Video Output
1 BNC video out (1Vp-p/75 ohm) for Main Monitor
1 S-Video out Mini DIN for Main Monitor
5 BNC video out (1Vp-p/75 ohm) for Matrix / CALL Monitor output
9 (EDSR900) / 16 (EDSR1600) video out (1Vp-p/ 75 Ohm)for looping
Video Compression
M-JPEG
Recording Resolution
720x484 (NTSC); 720x576 (PAL)
Compact Flash Memory
built-in Compact Flash card slot
Alarm Input
9 (EDSR900) / 16 (EDSR1600) alarm inputs, 25 pin Sub-D
Alarm Output
1 alarm output
Video Display modes
EDSR-900: Full, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, PIP and 2x zoom for Live and Playback
EDSR-1600: Full, 4, 6, 7, 9, 10, 13, 16, PIP and 2x zoom for Live and
Playback
Video Loss Detection
Yes
Ethernet
10BaseT Ethernet, RJ45 connector
Event Log
Yes
Hard Disk Storage
Two 3.5”IDE type, hot- swappable
Recording Mode
Continuous, Timer Schedule, Alarm- or Motion Recording
Recording Rate
Up to 60/50 fields per second for NTSC/PAL
Playback Rate
Up to 60/50 fields per second for NTSC/PAL
Playback Search
By Date/Time, Event, Segment
Setup
On screen display setup (OSD)
User Interface
Menu Driven
User Input Device
Front Panel Keypad
Timer
Built-in real time clock
Watch Dog Timer
Yes
RS-232
9-pin female D-Sub
RS485
2 x RJ45 Socket
Audio
2 x Audio In / Out Cinch 500mV max., 10 KOhm impedance
Dimension
430mm (W) x 88mm (H) x 300 (D)
Power Consumption
40W max.
Power Source
AC100~240V
Operating Temperature
0°C ~ 40°C
2
Back Panel Connections
2. Back Panel Connections
6
5
1
2
3
4
EDSR-900
7
9
8
11
10
14
13
12
3
6
5
4
2
1
EDSR-1600
7
8
9
10
11
13
12
14
1
ON/OFF:
Main on/off switch.
2
AC100~240V
power socket.
3
Matrix Outputs: These connectors are used for additional 4 programmable Call monitors.
With these outputs, there are totally 5 programmable call monitors.
These monitors can only display full screen as regular call monitor.
4
VIDEO IN:
BNC-sockets for composite signal video inputs, automatic 75 Ohm
termination (EDSR-900: 1 ~ 9, EDSR-1600: 1 ~ 16).
5
VIDEO OUT:
Loop through video outputs for each input channel.
(EDSR-900: 1 ~ 9, EDSR-1600: 1 ~ 16)
6
CALL MONITOR: BNC-socket Call (Spot) Monitor, composite signal. (Full screen display only)
7
MAIN MONITOR: BNC-socket main monitor, composite signal. Main monitor provides
Full sreen, Multiscreen, Setup.
8
S-VIDEO:
9
Mini-DIN socket main monitor, S-Video signal. Main monitor provides
Full sreen, Multiscreen, Setup.
AUDIO IN :
2 x Cinch socket audio input 500 mV max., 10 KOhm impedance.
AUDIO OUT:
2 x Cinch socket audio output 500 mV max. at 10 KOhm
3
Back Panel Connections
10
ALARM I/O: (Refer pin assignment in Appendix-C, Page 44)
ALM-INPUT : Normally Open (N.O) or Normally Close (N.C) type alarm sensor input.
The Alarm Input can be selected as N.O or N.C input in the setup
menu. When an alarm occurs, alarm recording will automatically start.
ALM-OUTPUT : Two-way contact relay alarm output. In normal condition, this N.C. contact
shorted to ALM-COM. In alarm status, it is open between ALM-NC and
ALM-COM, N.O. is shorted to ALM-COM.
11
12
RS232 connector : D-Sub 9 pins connector to RS232 ports for remote control.
RS485 connector : 2 x RJ-45 connectors for RS-485 remote control, high impedance
Supported are keyboards KS-KBK, KS-KBJ.
Maximum units in RS-485 network are 32.
Following EverFocus products are compatible in RS-485 network:
- DVR´s
EDSR100H, EDSR100M, EDSR400, EDSR400H,
EDSR400M, EDSR900, EDSR1600
- Keyboards KS-KBJ (with 3 - axis Joystick, DVR and telemetry control)
KS-KBK (only DVR control)
13
LAN Connector : RJ-45 LAN connector for internal 10MBit LAN interface.
14
FAN: Cooling fan, do not cover.
4
System Connection
3. System Connection
The installations described below should be made by qualified service personnel or system installers.
Before Installation
Please refer to the following diagram for the system connections.
EDSR 900: Camera 1~9 / EDSR-1600: Camera 1 ~ 16
~
Alarm In/Out
Audio Input
(camera Audio Out) Audio Out
(To Speaker)
RS232
Ethernet
RS485
MAIN Monitor
CALL Monitor
Remote Keyboard(s)
KS-KBJ / KS-KBK
(optional)
5
Matrix Outputs
4 CALL Monitors
(Optional)
Front Panel Keypads
4. Front Panel Keypads
12
11
EDSR-900
10
2
1
22
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
EDSR-1600
1
21
2
SHUTTLE Ring and JOG Dial
SHUTTLE : In Playback mode, turn the shuttle ring to fast
forward/rewind the picture (600X maximum).
In Pause mode, turn the shuttle dial to slow forward/rewind
the picture (1/32 maximum).
JOG :
2
In Pause mode, turn the jog dial to step forward/rewind the Picture.
In Menu mode turn the jog dial to select options.
CHANEL KEYS:.
Press these keys (EDSR-900: 1 ~ 9, EDSR-1600: 1 ~ 16) to display video image in full screen
format, the picture of the corresponding camera will fill the whole screen of the monitor display.
3
MENU: Press this key to enter Setup Menu (Please refer to page 9~25 for details).
4
CALL: Press this key to show picture of assigned camera to desired call monitor.
5
SEQ : Press this key to enter the auto sequential switching mode for main monitor.
6
ZOOM: Press this key while viewing the full screen image to display X2 zoom-in picture. To move
the zooming area, use JOG to move from left to right. Press ENTER for changing vertical /
horizontal movement.
7
MODE: Switch Full, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, (10, 13 and 16 for EDSR-1600 only), PIP (picture in picture)
multiscreen for Live and Playback.
8
SELECT: In Full screen mode: press this key to pop-up dialog as below:
DISPLAY SETTING MENU
CHANNEL 01
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
COLOR
HIT SELECT TO DISCARD CHANGE
HIT MENU TO SAVE AND EXIT
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Front Panel Keypads
In Fullscreen mode this menu allows color adjustment for each video channel, all channels
are separately adjustable.
The selected item will show in red color bar. Use JOG to increase or decrease the value.
Press ENTER to confirm and move to next item. After finished setting, press SELECT key to
discard change or press MENU key to save and exit the dialog.
In Multiscreen mode:
In Multiscreen mode the SELECT key allows to define cameras in all multiscreen views.
Press SELECT. At the upper left camera in multiscreen appears “SELECT”.
Use the numeric camera keys to select a camera.
Press ENTER to switch in the multiscreen.
Press SELECT to exit this setting.
Note: Every camera can be selected only once for a multiscreen view.
9
Display: Press this key to switch ON/OFF for camera title, date/time and HDD status.
Hold this key longer than 2 seconds for displaying the event log list.
10
Compact Flash Card Slot: Insert a Compact Flash Card for archiving video.
11
Hard Disk Trays: 2 x Hard Disk holder for 3.5”HDD.
12
HDD locks: Turn on HDD power and protection from taking out the HDD without authority.
13
REC: Press this key to start recording.
14
STOP: Press this key to stop recording or playing back.
15
PLAY: Press this key to stat playing back recoded picture (Please refer to page 27 for details).
16
PAUSE: Press this key to pause the playback picture.
17
SEARCH: Press this key to enter the Search Menu (Please refer page 28~30 for details).
18
COPY: Under PAUSE or PLAYBACK, Press this key to start copying still picture or video
stream into Compact Flash card (Please refer page 31~33 for details).
19
ENTER: Press this key to enter sub-menu or confirm setup. When there is Alarm, Motion
or Video Loss occurs, press this key for alarm reset. The Event Log Dialog will show on
the display, then follow the instruction to continue.
20
LEDs: LEDs for HDD1, HDD2 , ALARM and LAN access (from left to right).
21
IR Remote Controller receiver
22
LCD Panel: To display Date/Time, Recording/Playback and HDD status.
7
Operation
5. Operation
(1) Insert a HDD (IDE) for Video Storage
Insert one or two HDD (3.5”IDE) for Video Storage.
The HDD should be set as Cable Select.
(Normally the default setting of HDD is Master)
Note: After hard disk case is inserted into the hard disk tray, be sure to turn the tray key
in lock position.Otherwise, HDD will not be detected.
ATTENTION: Changing HDD´s and switching on HDD´s is not allowed in record mode!
(2) Connect cable for video/audio input and video/audio out,
The detail connection is described in SYSTEM CONNECTION.
(3) Switch Power On
The LCD panel in the front panel will light when you switch on the power.
(4) Press MENU key to enter SET UP MENU.
Once inside the main menu you will find there are 14 set up pages as below:
Selected item will be surrounded by a white block.
MENU
MAIN MENU
CLOCK
TIMER
SEQUENCE
TITLE
COVERT
ALARM
MOTION
RECORD
NETWORK
CONTROL
BUZZER
ARCHIVE
MATRIX
SYSTEM
(5)
Turn the JOG dial clockwise or counter-clockwise to select the item,
press ENTER key for detail set up for each item.
(6) Press MENU again to leave the set up menu.
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MENU flow
6. MENU FLOW
Columns in brackets () only valid for EDSR-1600
MOTION
CLOCK
TITLE
( See page 11 )
( See page 14 )
( See page 17 )
TITLE SETTING MENU
CH OP SEN
DURATION
CH
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
(10
(11
(12
(13
(14
(15
(16
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
(10
(11
(12
(13
(14
(15
(16
07 SECS
07 SECS
07 SECS
07 SECS
07 SECS
07 SECS
07 SECS
07 SECS
07 SECS
07 SECS)
07 SECS )
07 SECS)
07 SECS)
07 SECS)
07 SECS)
07 SECS)
CLOCK SETTING MENU
: 2003/07/04 FRI
: 13:01:02
DATE
TIME
MENU LANGUAGE: ENGLISH
VIDEO SYSTEM: NTSC
VERSION: 0.96 11/23
TITLE
CH01:_ _ _ _ _
CH02:_ _ _ _ _
CH03:_ _ _ _ _
CH04:_ _ _ _ _
CH05:_ _ _ _ _
CH06:_ _ _ _ _
CH07:_ _ _ _ _
CH08:_ _ _ _ _
CH09:_ _ _ _ _
CH010:_ _ _ _ _ )
CH011:_ _ _ _ _ )
CH012:_ _ _ _ _ )
CH013:_ _ _ _ _ )
CH014:_ _ _ _ _ )
CH015:_ _ _ _ _ )
CH016:_ _ _ _ _ )
ON HIGH
ON HIGH
ON HIGH
ON HIGH
ON HIGH
ON HIGH
ON HIGH
ON HIGH
ON HIGH
ON HIGH
ON HIGH
ON HIGH
ON HIGH
ON HIGH
ON HIGH
ON HIGH
TIMER
( See page 12 )
TIMER SETTING MENU
WEEK START
SUN
SUN
SUN
SUN
SUN
SUN
SUN
SUN
SUN
SUN
SUN
SUN
SUN
SUN
SUN
SUN
00:00
00:00
00:00
00:00
00:00
00:00
00:00
00:00
00:00
00:00
00:00
00:00
00:00
00:00
00:00
00:00
STOP SPEED SET
23:59
23:59
23:59
23:59
23:59
23:59
23:59
23:59
23:59
23:59
23:59
23:59
23:59
23:59
23:59
23:59
60 IPS
60 IPS
60 IPS
60 IPS
60 IPS
60 IPS
60 IPS
60 IPS
60 IPS
60 IPS
60 IPS
60 IPS
60 IPS
60 IPS
60 IPS
60 IPS
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
COVERT
RECORD
( See page 15 )
( See page 19 )
COVER SETTING MENU
CH OP
1
OFF
2
OFF
3
OFF
4
OFF
5
OFF
6
OFF
7
OFF
8
OFF
9
OFF
(10 OFF)
(11 OFF)
(12 OFF)
(13 OFF)
(14 OFF)
(15 OFF)
(16 OFF)
RECORD SETTING MENU
NORMAL RECORD
SPEED
: 60 IPS
QUALITY
: STANDARD
DISK FULL
: REWRITE
ALARM RECORD
OPERATION
ON
SPEED
: 60 IPS
QUALITY
: STANDARD
PRE-ALARM RECORD
OPERATION
ON
SEQUENCE
( See page 13 )
SEQUENCE SETTING MENU
CH OP DWELL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
(10
(11
(12
(13
(14
(15
(16
ON 03 SECS
ON 03 SECS
ON 03 SECS
ON 03 SECS
ON 03 SECS
ON 03 SECS
ON 03 SECS
ON 03 SECS
ON 03 SECS
ON 03 SECS)
ON 03 SECS)
ON 03 SECS)
ON 03 SECS)
ON 03 SECS)
ON 03 SECS)
ON 03 SECS)
ALARM
NETWORK
( See page 16 )
( See page 20)
CH OP TYPE DURATION
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9.
(10
(12
(13
(14
(15
(16
ON N.O
ON N.O
ON N.O
ON N.O
ON N.O
ON N.O
ON N.O
ON N.O
ON N.O
ON N.O
ON N.O
ON N.O
ON N.O
ON N.O
ON N.O
05 SECS
05 SECS
05 SECS
05 SECS
05 SECS
05 SECS
05 SECS
05 SECS
05 SECS
05 SECS)
05 SECS)
05 SECS)
05 SECS)
05 SECS)
05 SECS)
RST ON N.O
9
NETWORK SETTING MENU
IP ADDRESS
NET MASK
GATEWAY
USER-MANE
GUEST
GENERAL
SUPER
:192.168.010.005
:255.255.255.000
:192.168.010.001
PASSWORD
GUEST
GENERAL
SUPER
LEVEL
GUEST
GENERAL
SUPER
MENU flow
Columns in brackets () only valid for EDSR-1600
MATRIX
MATRIX
CONTROL
SUB-MENU
( See page 24 )
( See page 21)
MONITOR-3 SETTING MENU
CONTROL SETTING MENU
RS232 BAUD RATE
RS232 STOP BIT
RS232 PARITY
RS232 DATA BIT
: 9600 BPS
:1
: NONE
:8
RS485 BAUD RATE
RS485 STOP BIT
RS485 PARITY
RS485 DATA BIT
: 9600 BPS
:1
: NONE
:8
RS232/RS485 ID
:1
( See page 25 )
( See page 22 )
BUZZER SETTING MENU
:
ENABLE
RECORD-IN : ON
ALARM-IN
SYSTEM SETTING MENU
PLAY WITH AUDIO-1:
ON
PLAY WITH AUDIO-2:
ON
MULTI-EVENT DWELL: 02 SECS
: ON
PASSWORD ENABLE:
MOTION-IN : ON
PASSWORD:
DISK FULL : ON
DISK RENEW:
: ON
NO
SYSTEM UPDATE: NO
LOAD DEFAULT:
ARCHIVE
( See page 23 )
ARCHIVE SETTING MENU
PICTURE SIZE
TIME STAMP
TIME STAMP POS
WATER MARK
WATER MARK POS
DISABLE
888888
VIDEO LOSS: ON
TIMER
CH DWELL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
00
00
(00
(00
(00
(00
(00
(00
(00
MONITOR-0
MONITOR-1
MONITOR-2
MONITOR-3
MONITOR-4
SYSTEM
BUZZER
BUZZER
MATRIX SETTING MENU
: 720 X 480
: ON
: TOP
: ON
: TOP
10
NO
07 SECS
07 SECS
07 SECS
07 SECS
07 SECS
07 SECS
07 SECS
07 SECS
07 SECS
07 SECS
07 SECS
07 SECS
07 SECS
07 SECS
07 SECS
07 SECS
EVENT
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE)
NONE)
NONE)
NONE)
NONE)
NONE)
NONE)
MENU
6.1 CLOCK SETTING MENU
CLOCK SETTING MENU
DATE : 2003/07/04 FRI
TIME : 13:01:02
: ENGLISH
MENU LANGUAGE
: NTSC
VIDEO SYSTEM
VERSION: 0.79
11/23
In CLOCK/LANGUAGE SETTING MENU , we define:
(1) DATE : Current date, format: YYYY/MM/DD
Year: 2000 ~ 2099, Month: 01~ 12, Date: 01~31, Week: Sunday~Saturday
(2) TIME : Current time, format: HH:MM:SS
Hour: 00 ~ 23, Minute : 00 ~ 59, Second: 00 ~ 59
(3) MENU LANGUAGE: ENGLISH or Others
(4) VIDEO SYSTEM: Factory default setting depend on machine “NTSC”or “PAL”.
(5) VERSION: Current S/W revision and release date.
Turn the JOG dial clockwise or counter-clockwise to select the options.
Press ENTER key to confirm the option and move to next column.
ENTER
Press MENU key to return to Main Menu, press again to leave Set up Menu.
MENU
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MENU
6.2 TIMER SETTING MENU
TIMER SETTING MENU
WEEK START
SUN
00:00
SUN
00:00
SUN
00:00
SUN
00:00
SUN
00:00
SUN
00:00
SUN
00:00
SUN
00:00
SUN
00:00
SUN
00:00
SUN
00:00
SUN
00:00
SUN
00:00
SUN
00:00
SUN
00:00
SUN
00:00
STOP
23:59
23:59
23:59
23:59
23:59
23:59
23:59
23:59
23:59
23:59
23:59
23:59
23:59
23:59
23:59
23:59
SPEED
50 IPS
50 IPS
50 IPS
50 IPS
50 IPS
50 IPS
50 IPS
50 IPS
50 IPS
50 IPS
50 IPS
50 IPS
50 IPS
50 IPS
50 IPS
50 IPS
SET
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
In TIMER SETTING MENU we define automatic timer controlled records.
Timer records can be defined for 12 individual start and end times.
(1) WEEK: This select the week day for the timer to record on schedule.
DLY means daily record.
(2) START: Enter the start time for timer recording.
(3) STOP: Enter the end time for timer recording.
NOTE: The recorder records till the end of the minute, which is set here.
EXAMPLE: START 07:00 END 08:00
The recorder records from 07:00:00 till 08:00:59
Each day has to be set separately:
EXAMPLE: Daily record from 20:00 till next day 07:00
WRONG: DLY START 20:00 STOP 07:00
CORRECT: DLY START 20:00 STOP 23:59
DLY START 00:00 STOP 06:59
(4) SPEED : Select recording speed. Maximum 60 (NTSC) / 50 (PAL).
(5) SET: Set “ON”when using timer recording.
Set “OFF”when not using timer recording.
Turn the JOG dial clockwise or counter-clockwise to select the options.
Press ENTER key to confirm the option and move to next column.
ENTER
MENU
Press MENU key to return to Main Menu, press again to leave Set up Menu.
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MENU
6.3 SEQUENCE SETTING MENU
SEQUENCE SETTING MENU
CH OP
DWELL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
(10
(11
(12
(13
(14
(15
(16
03 SECS
03 SECS
03 SECS
03 SECS
03 SECS
03 SECS
03 SECS
03 SECS
03 SECS
03 SECS)
03 SECS)
03 SECS)
03 SECS)
03 SECS)
03 SECS)
03 SECS)
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
Columns in brackets () only valid for EDSR-1600
In the SEQUENCE SETTING MENU, we define for MAIN Monitor
(1) CH (Channel):
Input channels. 1~9 for EDSR-900, 1~16 for EDSR-1600.
(2) OP (Operation): ON includes the camera in the sequence, OFF skips the camera in the
sequence.
(3) DWELL (DWELL TIME) : Dwell Time is individual adjustable for each channel. The dwelling
time for the sequencer can be set between 0-99 seconds.
Note: Sequences for Call monitors are defined in MATRIX menu.
Turn the JOG dial clockwise or counter-clockwise to select the options.
Press ENTER key to confirm the option and move to next column.
ENTER
Press MENU key to return to Main Menu, press again to leave Set up Menu.
MENU
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MENU
6.4 TITLE SETTING MENU
TITLE SETTING MENU
CH TITLE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
(9
(10
(11
(12
(13
(14
(15
(16
CH01:_ _ _ _ _
CH02:_ _ _ _ _
CH03:_ _ _ _ _
CH04:_ _ _ _ _
CH05:_ _ _ _ _
CH06:_ _ _ _ _
CH07:_ _ _ _ _
CH08:_ _ _ _ _
CH09:_ _ _ _ _
CH010:_ _ _ _ _ )
CH011:_ _ _ _ _ )
CH012:_ _ _ _ _ )
CH013:_ _ _ _ _ )
CH014:_ _ _ _ _ )
CH015:_ _ _ _ _ )
CH016:_ _ _ _ _ )
Columns in brackets () only valid for EDSR-1600
In TITLE SETTING MENU , we define:
The Title Setting Menu allows you to assign a title to each camera input.
Title with up to 12 characters is supported in each channel.
The available alphanumeric characters are:
0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,
A,B,C,D,… X,Y,Z.
/( ).-*&@:”
Default setting is CH01~CH09 for EDSR-900, CH01~Ch16 for EDSR1600.
Turn the JOG dial clockwise or counter-clockwise to select the options.
Press ENTER key to confirm the option and move to next column.
ENTER
MENU
Press MENU key to return to Main Menu, press again to leave Set up Menu.
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MENU
6.5 COVERT SETTING MENU
COVERT SETTING MENU
CH OP
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
(10
(11
(12
(13
(14
(15
(16
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF)
OFF)
OFF)
OFF)
OFF)
OFF)
OFF)
Columns in brackets () only valid for EDSR-1600
In COVERT SETTING MENU , we define:
The covert setting menu allows you hide the desired camera on the
display in a blue background. Change setting to ON for covering camera.
Camera is not visable in Live and Playback mode, unless this function is
deactivated in COVERT menu.
Default setting is OFF for all cameras.
Note: With network access a covert camera is only visable for users
with “ADMIN” password level. For users with “GENERAL” and
“GUEST” level the covered camera is not visable.
Turn the JOG dial clockwise or counter-clockwise to select the options.
Press ENTER key to confirm the option and move to next column.
ENTER
Press MENU key to return to Main Menu, press again to leave Set up Menu.
MENU
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MENU
6.6 ALARM RECORD SETTING MENU
ALARM SETTING MENU
CH OP
TYPE DURATION
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
(10
(12
(13
(14
(15
(16
RST
N.O
N.O
N.O
N.O
N.O
N.O
N.O
N.O
N.O
N.O
N.O
N.O
N.O
N.O
N.O
N.O
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
05 SECS
05 SECS
05 SECS
05 SECS
05 SECS
05 SECS
05 SECS
05 SECS
05 SECS
05 SECS)
05 SECS)
05 SECS)
05 SECS)
05 SECS)
05 SECS)
Columns in brackets () only valid for EDSR-1600
In ALARM RECORDING MENU, we define
(1) CH (Alarm input) : Select alarm input or RST for alarm reset input.
(2) OP (OPERATION) : ON : Records when alarm occurs.
OFF : No reaction when alarm occurs.
(3) TYPE : Select alarm type:
N.C. : Normally Closed with time out function counting from alarm start
(set in DURATION)
N.C. + TRANS : Normal Closed, alarm duration as long as contacts is
active + timeout (set in DURATION)
N.O. : Normal Open with time out function counting from alarm start
(set in DURATION)
N.O. + TRANS: Normal Open, alarm duration as long as contact is
active + timeout (set in DURATION)
(4) DURATION : Timeout duration time for each event. 0~99 seconds adjustable.
Turn the JOG dial clockwise or counter-clockwise to select the options.
Press ENTER key to confirm the option and move to next column.
ENTER
Press MENU key to return to Main Menu, press again to leave Set up Menu.
MENU
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MENU
6.7 MOTION SETTING MENU
MOTION SETTING MENU
CH OP
SEN
DURATION
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
(10
(11
(12
(13
(14
(15
(16
HIGH
HIGH
HIGH
HIGH
HIGH
HIGH
HIGH
HIGH
HIGH
HIGH
HIGH
HIGH
HIGH
HIGH
HIGH
HIGH
05 SECS
05 SECS
05 SECS
05 SECS
05 SECS
05 SECS
05 SECS
05 SECS
05 SECS
05 SECS)
05 SECS)
05 SECS)
05 SECS)
05 SECS)
05 SECS)
05 SECS)
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
Columns in brackets () only valid for EDSR-1600
In the MOTION RECORD SETTING MENU, we define
(1) CH (Channel) : video input channel
(2) OP (Operation) : Default: OFF
ON: The device will respond recording when motion occurs.
OFF: The device will not respond recording when motion occurs.
(3) SEN (Sensitivity) : HIGH, MIDDLE or LOW adjustable. Default: MIDDLE.
(4) DURATION: Duration time tor motion record and Alarm Out relay.
0~99 seconds adjustable. Default: 05 seconds.
Turn the JOG dial clockwise or counter-clockwise to select the options.
Press ENTER key to confirm the option and move to next column.
ENTER
MENU
Press MENU key to return to Main Menu, press again to leave Set up Menu.
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MENU
(5) HIT 1-9/16 TO MANUAL EDIT:
Use the numenic keys (1~9 for EDSR-900 / 1~16 for EDSR-1600) to
select a camera for setting the detection areas.
The selected camera appears with a 16 x 12 grid (detection zones):
HIT ENTER TO SELECT MODE
USE JOG TO TOGGLE ON/OFF
HIT MENU TO EXIT
ENTER
jumps to the next detection field.
JOG wheel switches zone ON – active (area filled) or OFF – inactive (area
empty) for motion detection.
MENU
key exits area setting and jumps back to MOTION SETUP MENU.
Turn the JOG dial clockwise or counter-clockwise to select the options.
Press ENTER key to confirm the option and move to next column.
ENTER
MENU
Press MENU key to return to Main Menu, press again to leave Set up Menu.
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MENU
6.8 RECORD SETTING MENU
RECORD SETTING MENU
NORMAL RECORD
: 50 IPS
SPEED
: STANDARD
QUALITY
: REWRITE
DISK FULL
ALARM RECORD
ON
OPERATION
:
50 IPS
SPEED
: STANDARD
QUALITY
PRE-ALARM RECORD
ON
OPERATION
In NORMAL RECORDING MENU, we define
(1)
NORMAL RECORD:
SPEED : To set the normal recording speed. Maximum 60 (NTSC) / 50 (PAL).
QUALITY: Video recording quality setup for setting the quality of the video picture by
selecting a compression rate. There are six quality levels for recording
LOWER
: 15 KB
LOW
: 19 KB
BASIC
: 23 KB
STANDARD : 27 KB
HIGH
: 31 KB
SUPERIOR : 35 KB
DISK FULL: Set REWRITE or STOP when HDD is full.
(2)
ALARM RECORD (for Alarm In and Motion detection):
OP (Operation): Select ON or OFF to activate alarm recording or not.
SPEED : To set the alarm and motion recording speed. Maximum 60 (NTSC) / 50
(PAL).
QUALITY: Video recording quality setup, this item lets you set the quality of the video
picture by selecting a compression rate.
NOTE: The record rates are for the total system: The single camera record rate is:
Camera record rate = System record rate / Number of connected cameras
Example: Record Rate 50 Ips, 6 connected cameras: ~ 8,3 Ips / camera
(3)
PRE-ALARM RECORD: (with Alarm In and Motion)
Pre – Alarm duration is depending on record quality (about 8-15 seconds).
OP (Operation): Select ON or OFF to activate pre-alarm recording or not .
Turn the JOG dial clockwise or counter-clockwise to select the options.
Press ENTER key to confirm the option and move to next column.
ENTER
MENU
Press MENU key to return to Main Menu, press again to leave Set up Menu.
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MENU
6.9 NETWORK SETTING MENU
NETWORK SETTING MENU
IP ADDRESS
NET MASK ADDRESS
GATEWAY ADDRESS
MAC ADDRESS
USER-NAME
GUEST--GENERALSUPER---
: 192.168.010.005
: 255.255.255.000
: 192.168.010.001
: 00:5A:56:A3:87:1A
PASSWORD
GUEST--GENERALSUPER---
LEVEL
GUEST--GENERALSUPER---
In the NETWORK SETTING MENU, we define
(1)
IP ADDRESS : Assign an fixed IP address for this unit, for example:192.168.010.005
(2)
NET MASK ADDRESS: Assign a subnet mask of the network for this unit, for
example:255.255.255.000
(3)
GATEWAY ADDRESS: Assign a default gateway for this unit, for
example:192.168.010.001
(4)
MAC ADDRESS:
Display of fixed hardware address of the network interface.
Note: After changing network settings, screen will comes up as following:
Network setting… … … … … … … … … … … … .
Please reboot to effect network setting
After restart of EDSR the new network settings are activated.
(5)
USER-NAME PASSWORD LEVEL
The Login name and password are used to establish a network connection to the unit.
The PASSWORD setup allows the administrator to set the new Login name and password
with access level “SUPER”,”GENERAL”or “GUEST”.
The system allows up to four users connected at same time with different access levels.
“ADMIN ”: can view live/playback video, covert cameras and control all operation/setup.
“GENERAL”: can view live and playback video.
“GUEST”:can only view live display.
Turn the JOG dial clockwise or counter-clockwise to select the options.
Press ENTER key to confirm the option and move to next column.
ENTER
MENU
Press MENU key to return to Main Menu, press again to leave Set up Menu.
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MENU
6.10 CONTROL SETTING MENU
CONTROL SETTING MENU
RS232 BAUD RATE
RS232 STOP BIT
RS232 PARITY
RS232 DATA BIT
: 9600 BPS
:1
: NONE
:8
RS485 BAUD RATE
RS485 STOP BIT
RS485 PARITY
RS485 DATA BIT
: 9600 BPS
:1
: NONE
:8
RS232/RS485 ID
:1
In the CONTROL SETTING MENU, we define
(1) RS232 BAUD RATE: There are 6 different speeds that can be used to transmit instruction or
information through the RS232 port on the device, 1200 baud,2400 baud,4800 baud,9600 baud,
19200 baud,and 3840 baud. The default setting from the factory is 9600 baud.
(2) RS232 STOP BIT: Select stop bit: 1 or 2
(3) RS232 PARITY: Select parity mode: NONE/ODD/EVEN
(4) RS232 DATA BIT: Select data bit : 8 or 7
(5) RS485 BAUD RATE: There are 6 different speeds that can be used to transmit instruction or
information through the RS485 port on the device, 1200 baud,2400 baud,4800 baud,9600 baud,
19200 baud,and 3840 baud.
(6) RS485 STOP BIT: Select stop bit: 1 or 2
(7) RS485 PARITY:Select parity lever: NONE/ODE/EVEN
(8) RS485 DATA BIT: Select data bit : 8 or 7
(9) RS232/RS485 ID: RS232/RS485 address.The adress range for the DVR: 1~200.
NOTE: Settings for remote keyboards KS-KBK and KS-KBJ:
RS-485 Baud rate: 9600, 1 Stop bit, Parity NONE, ID (device number) range: 1~32
Turn the JOG dial clockwise or counter-clockwise to select the options.
Press ENTER key to confirm the option and move to next column.
ENTER
Press MENU key to return to Main Menu, press again to leave Set up Menu.
MENU
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MENU
6.11 BUZZER SETTING MENU
BUZZER SETTING MENU
BUZZER
:
ENABLE
RECORD-IN
:
ON
ALARM-IN
:
ON
MOTION-IN
:
ON
DISK FULL
:
ON
VIDEO LOSS
:
ON
TIMER
:
ON
In BUZZER SETTING MENU, we define the buzzer
ON/OFF for following event:
RECORD-IN, ALARM-IN, MOTION-IN, DISK FULL, VIDEO LOSS AND TIMER
Turn the JOG dial clockwise or counter-clockwise to select the options.
Press ENTER key to confirm the option and move to next column.
ENTER
Press MENU key to return to Main Menu, press again to leave Set up Menu.
MENU
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MENU
6.12 ARCHIVE SETTING MENU
ARCHIVE SETTING MENU
: 720 X 480
: ON
: TOP
: ON
: TOP
PICTURE SIZE
TIME STAMP
TIME STAMP POS
WATER MARK
WATER MARK POS
In the ARCHIVE SETTING MENU, we define for picture and movie export to CF-card:
(1) PICTURE SIZE :
Selects picture size for copying image to CF card:
Big size:720x480 / 720x576 for NTSC / PAL.
Small size:352x240 / 352x288 for NTSC / PAL.
(2) TIME STAMP :
ON: Shows the time stamp on the picture when copying image to CF card.
OFF: This erases the time stamp on the picture when copying image to CF card.
(3) TIME STAMP POS (Position):
BOTTOM: The time stamp will show on the bottom of the image.
TOP: The time stamp will show on the top of the image.
(4) WATER MARK:
ON: Shows a water mark on the picture when copying image to CF card.
OFF: No water mark on the picture when copy image to CF card.
(5) WATER MARK POS (Position):
BOTTOM: Water mark will show on the bottom of the image.
TOP: Water mark will show on the top of the image.
Turn the JOG dial clockwise or counter-clockwise to select the options.
Press ENTER key to confirm the option and move to next column.
ENTER
Press MENU key to return to Main Menu, press again to leave Set up Menu.
MENU
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MENU
6.13 MATRIX SETTING MENU
MONITOR-0 SETTING MENU
MATRIX SETTING MENU
CALL MONITOR
MONITOR-0
MONITOR-1
MONITOR-2
MONITOR-3
MONITOR-4
ENTER
CH
DWELL
EVENT
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
07 SECS
07 SECS
07 SECS
07 SECS
07 SECS
07 SECS
07 SECS
07 SECS
07 SECS
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
(Dialog 1)
(Dialog 2)
In the MATRIX SETTING MENU, we define the standard sequences for each matrix monitor
and event, which override these sequences.
Users may set up to 5 call monitors accordingly (Dialog 1).
Note: CALL MONITOR is the regular CALL MONITOR. MONITOR-1~4 are additional 4 call
monitors for video matrix functions.
Select the desired call monitor and then press ENTER key. The SUB-MENU will show as Dialog 2.
CH, DWELL, EVENT:
(1) CH (Channel): Select the camera to be shown in the standard sequence of this call
monitor. With setting “00”the channel will be skipped in the sequence.
(2) DWELL (Dwelling time): Set 0~99 seconds for the dwelling time of each camera.
(3) EVENT: Set the alarm and correspondent motion to the camera.
NONE: no alarm or motion action is assigned to this camera.
MOTION: If MOTION detection is active for this camera, the camera will be
displayed, if motion is detected. After alarm record duration the monitor switches
back to standard sequence or spot camera (depending on operation).
A01 ~ A09: The camera will be displayed, if selected alarm input is active.
Turn the JOG dial clockwise or counter-clockwise to select the options.
Press ENTER key to confirm the option and move to next column.
ENTER
Press MENU key to return to Main Menu, press again to leave Set up Menu.
MENU
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MENU
6.14 SYSTEM SETTING MENU
SYSTEM SETTING MENU
PLAY WITH AUDIO-1 :
ON
PLAY WITH AUDIO-2 :
ON
PLAY SPEED
50 IPS
:
PASSWORD ENABLE :
DISABLE
PASSWORD:
888888
DISK USAGE
HDD-1
HDD-2
160
SIZE (GB)
:
160
RECORD POS
:
* 30.7%
0%
PLAY POS
:
*30.7%
0%
DISK RENEW:
NO
SYSTEM UPDATE:
NO
LOAD DEFAULT:
NO
NO
In the SYSTEM SETTING MENU, we define
(1) PLAY WITH AUDIO: AUDIO-1, AUDIO-2
ON/OFF: Play back with or without audio.
(2) PLAY SPEED: Set the playback speed. Maximum 60 (NTSC) / 50 (PAL).
(3) PASSWORD ENABLE: Enable/Disable the password protection.
(4) PASSWORD: Set password with 6 digits
(5) DISK USAGE: HDD-1, HDD-2
SIZE: Applied HDD size.
RECORD POS: HDD usage rate, record position, “*”shows the active HDD
PLAY POS: current playback position, “*”shows the active HDD
DISK RENEW: Erase HDD-1, HDD-2
(6) SYSTEM UPDATE: Select YES/NO for updating system.
YES: Download the update S/W into C.F card through your PC and insert the CF card
into the slot on the front panel of DVR. Press ENTER key to start.
Notice: After the system is successfully updated, please reboot the system.
(7) LOAD DEFAULT: Select YES/NO to load factory default setting, neccessary after update.
Turn the JOG dial clockwise or counter-clockwise to select the options.
Press ENTER key to confirm the option and move to next column.
ENTER
MENU
Press MENU key to return to Main Menu, press again to leave Set up Menu.
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Recording
7.1 INSTANT RECORDING
Press REC key to start continuous recording with setting of “NORMAL RECORD”.
REC
The recording rate and recording quality are set in the RECORD SETTING MENU.
The LCD screen on the front panel of DVR will display as follows:
2003/11/23
REC
21:56:47
50
HDD1
IPS
70%
21:56:52
Display shows operation status, active HDD, record position on active HDD,
record frame rate ant current time.
REC, Maximum 60 (NTSC) / 50 (PAL) fields will also show on the main
monitor display if you press the DISPLAY key to show camera title and
date/time.
Press STOP key to stop recording.
STOP Since the DVR had Duplex feature, STOP key can be activated both in Playing back and
Recording. In Duplex mode first STOP will stop playback, second STOP will stop recording.
When the HDD is full, the machine will Stop recording automatically or Auto Overwrite
from the beginning of the HDD. It depends on the setting in RECORD SETTING MENU.
7.2 ALARM RECORDING
When the ALARM OPERATION setting is “ON”, the DVR will automatically record
when alarm occurs , and will automatically stops recording at the end of the alarm duration period.
As example, we set ALARM RECORDING SPEED on 60 (NTSC) / 50 (PAL) field, the screen
will show as below,
A.
A.
DISK:
REC (50IPS)
REC (60 IPS)
DISK:
39 GB
39 GB (0)
Instant recording and timer recording will stop when an alarm occurs.
Please refer details in RECORD SETTING MENU (page 19).
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Playing Back
8.1 NORMAL PLAYBACK
(1) Playback
Press the PLAY key to start playing back the stored image/audio
from the last SEGMENT.
PLAY
NOTE: In Duplex mode (simultaneous record and playback) the playback
speed is limited to 25 IPS. For realtime display of 50 IPS records stop
recording before starting playback.
(2) Fast Forward/Reverse Playback
During playing back, turn the SHUTTLE ring clockwise to start fast forward
playing back.
The speed will be shown on the screen at the bottom of the screen.
>> 2X, 4X, 8X, 16X, 32X, 600X
Turn the SHUTTLE ring counter-clockwise to start fast reverse playing back.
The speed will be shown on the screen.
<< 2X, 4X, 8X, 16X, 32X, 600X
(3) Slow Forward/Reverse Playback
During playing back,press PAUSE key to freeze the playing back picture.
PAUSE
Turn the SHUTTLE ring clockwise to start slow forward playing back.
The speed will show at the bottom of the screen.
>> 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, 1/10, 1/16, 1/32
Turn the SHUTTLE ring counter-clockwise and slow reverse playback starts.
The speed will show on the SCREEN at the corner of the screen.
<< 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, 1/10, 1/16, 1/32
(4) Field advance Forward/Reverse
During PAUSE mode, turn the JOG dial clockwise to advance the
still image field by field.
Turn the job dial counterclockwise to rewind the still image field by
field.
(5) Press STOP key to stop playing back.
Notice: Press STOP key again will stop recording. Please check the REC key if it
lights or not after your operation.
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Search Playback
8.2 SEARCH PLAYBACK
(1) Segment List search playback
Press SEARCH key to enter the SEARCH MENU dialog.
SEARCH
SEARCH MENU
BY SEGMENT LIST
BY ALARM LIST
BY DATA TIME
Turn the JOG dial to select BY SEGMENT LIST and press
ENTER key.
A segment is a range on the HDD, beginning with record start
(manual, alarm, motion or after power loss) and ending with
record stop.
NOTE: If the recorder starts to overwrite a HDD, also a new
segment will be generated.
The submenu will display as follows:
SEGMENT SEARCH
0001
0002
0003
2003/04/24
2003/04/25
2003/05/20
19/03/29 HDD1
12/30/30 HDD1
12/00/00 HDD2
Turn the JOG dial to select desired items.
Press ENTER key to start playing back selected segment.
ENTER
Press STOP key to end playing back and return to static display.
STOP
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Search Playback
(2) Alarm List search playback
Press SEARCH key to enter the SEARCH MENU dialog.
SEARCH
SEARCH MENU
BY SEGMENT LIST
BY ALARM LIST
BY DATA TIME
Turn the JOG dial to select BY ALARM LIST and press ENTER
key. The submenu will display as follows:
ALARM SEARCH
00001
00002
00003
M01 2003/04/24 19:03:29 HDD 1
A03 2003/04/25 12:30:30 HDD1
M03 2003/05/20 12:00:00 HDD2
A01 : Alarm recording by Alarm-in 1.
M03: Motion recording by camera 3.
T : Timer recording.
PL: automatic record restart after end of power loss
: to next page
: to previous page.
Press ENTER key to start playing back selected alarm list.
ENTER
Press STOP key to end playing back and return to static display.
STOP
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Search Playback
(3) Date/Time Search Playback
Press SEARCH key to enter the SEARCH MENU dialog.
SEARCH
SEARCH MENU
BY SEGMENT LIST
BY ALARM LIST
BY DATA TIME
Turn the JOG dial to select BY DATA TIME and press ENTER
key. The submenu and instruction will display as follows:
DATE/TIME SEARCH
YEAR/MM/DD HH:MM:SS HDD
2003 /01 /01 21: 33: 26
1
PRESS SEARCH TO START SEARCH
PRESS MENU TO EXIT
Turn the JOG dial to select desired date/time and stored hard disk.
SEARCH
Press SEARCH key to start playing back by date/time search or
press MENU key to exit..
Notice: If there is no image stored in the date/time specified then the machine
will start playing back from the nearest set time automatically.
Press STOP key to end playing back and return to static display.
STOP
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DATA EXPORT
9. DATA EXPORT
Insert a Compact Flash card into the Compact Flash slot on the front panel of DVR.
When inserting the Compact Flash card, make sure that insert direction is correct.
NOTE: COPY function is not possible during RECORD. Stop recording to enable COPY
function!
9.1 STILL IMAGE COPY
PAUSE
The still image copy function is possible in all playback view modes.
Press the PLAY key to start playing back.
Press the PAUSE key to pause playback.
The Monitor OSD shows “PAUSE ON (1~9 for EDSR-900, 1~16 for
EDSR-1600)”. The displayed number shows the active channel for the
COPY function.
Turn the JOG Dial clockwise to choose your desired image.
COPY
While displayed as your desired image of choice ,
press the COPY key. The “Copying … ”will be shown on the screen during
the process.
Notice:
Copied images are stored as a single picture. Copied files are saved as .JPG file.
Notice:
Please wait after the message “DONE”about 5 seconds before removing CF-card
for ensure correct finish of write process.
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DATA EXPORT
9.2 COPY TO MOVIE FILE
NOTE: COPY function is not possible during RECORD.
Stop recording to enable COPY function!
Press the PLAY key to start playing back.
PLAY
Press COPY key and then the copy menu and instruction appears.
The main monitor switches to full screen display with following OSD:
COPY
CH01
COPY TO MOVIE FILE
USE JOG TO SELECT PICTURE
PRESS COPY TO START COPY
PRESS PAUSE TO PAUSE COPY
PRESS STOP TO CLOSE FILE
PRESS MENU TO EXIT
2003/11/01
00:08:08
Turn the JOG Dial clockwise to choose your channel for copying.
COPY
While displaying as your desired image of choice,
Press COPY key to start copying image.
Press PAUSE key to pause copy image.
PAUSE
Press STOP key to finish copy and close file.
STOP
Press MENU key to return to playback. Press STOP to stop playing back.
MENU
Notice: Please wait after the message “DONE”about 5 seconds before removing CFcard for ensure correct finish of write process.
Notice: Copied images are stored as a movie picture. Copied files are saved as .MOV file.
Use QuickTime to play the retrieved .MOV files. You may download QuickTime at
www.apple.com. The playback version for QuickTime is free.
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DATA EXPORT
9.3 EXPORT EVENT LOG LIST
This function allows to export the event log list to CompactFlash – Card.
The generated text file in in *.txt format.
Press „DISPLAY“key and hold key for about 2 seconds.
DISPLAY
EVENT LOG
TYPE
ID
TIME
MOTION
2
2004/01/02
12:12:54
VL
1
2004/01/02
12:12:54
VL
3
2003/12/29
12:12:54
VL
1
2003/12/28
12:12:54
USE JOG TO SWITCH PAGE
HIT CALL TO TURN OFF BUZZER
HIT COPY TO SAVE EVENT TO CF CARD
HIT MENU TO EXIT
The event log list will be displayed:
TYPE: event type:
MOTION : motion detection
ALARM: alarm in
VL:
video loss
PL:
restart after Power Loss
ID:
video input number for motion and video loss, alarm in contact for Alarm
TIME: start time of event
Turn the JOG Dial to jump to next event list page.
Press CALL to switch off buzzer, if active.
CALL
Press COPY to save the current event list page to CompactFlash Card.
COPY
Press MENU to exit event log list.
MENU
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MONITOR VIEWS / OPERATION
10. MONITOR VIEWS / OPERATION
The EDSR900/1600 digital recorders provide 1 main monitor and 5 matrix monitors.
These monitors have different functionalities:
Main monitor:
- Full screen and multi screen display:
EDSR-900: Full, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, PIP, and 2x zoom
EDSR-1600: Full, 4, 6, 7, 9, 10, 13, 16, PIP, sequence and 2x zoom
- Live- and Playback display
- OSD for camera title, status messages, setup menu
CALL / Matrix monitors:
- full screen display
- sequence mode or fixed camera display
- display of motion or alarm cameras
- OSD for camera title and alarm messages
10.1. MAIN MONITOR
The MODE key switches the different multiscreen modes.
MODE
The numeric keys switch to full screen mode with the selected camera.
DISPLAY switches the OSD for camera titles and status messages ON/OFF.
DISPLAY
ZOOM
The ZOOM function is only available in full screen mode. Press ZOOM to
activate the electronix 2 x zoom. Use the JOG wheel to move left/right in the
picture. ENTER switches vertical / horizontal movement.
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MONITOR VIEWS / OPERATION
10.2. CALL / MATRIX MONITORS
Press CALL to change settings for CALL / MATRIX monitors.
The Main monitor shows following dialogue:
CALL
MATRIX NORMAL STATE
SETTING MENU
PRESS CALL TO SET CALL
MONITOR
PRESS 1-4 TO SELECT MATRIX
PRESS MENU TO EXIT
Select the monitor by pressing CALL or the numeric keys 1~4.
The Main monitor shows following dialogue (example with monitor 1):
SETTING MATRIX 1
SEQUENCE
OSD
ON
PRESS 1 – 16 TO SELECT SPOT CAMERA
PRESS SEQUENCE TO SEQUENCE
PRESS DISPLAY TO TURN OSD ON/OFF
PRESS MENU TO EXIT
The current status of the selected monitor is shown in the second and third column
(Sequence / Spot, OSD ON/OFF).
Press sequence to activate the standard sequence for this monitor (setup for this
sequence in menu MATRIX, page 24)
SEQUENCE
The numeric keys switch to full screen mode with the selected camera.
Press MENU to jump back to monitor selection menu.
MENU
NOTE:
In menu MATRIX defined events for motion and alarm have
higher priority and will override the manual settings. After end of
any event the monitor switches back to the manual settings.
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11. REMOTE CONTROL
11.1 RS-485 REMOTE CONTROL
The new standard EverFocus EDSR remote protocol allows challenging installations with DVR remote
control at different installation sites.
EDSR remote control is supported by the keyboards KS-KBJ (with 3-axis joystick and 2 additional
RS-485 – Ports for telemetry control with independent telemetry protocols) and KS-KBK (no
telemetry).
Up to 32 units are allowed in the RS-485 bus. The RS-485 bus requires serial wiring with 2-wire
shielded twisted pair cable(“daisy chain”). Maximum cable lenght of the bus is 1200 m.
Star wiring is only possible with additional RS-485 distributor.
Mixed installation is possible with following recorder types:
EDSR100H, EDSR100M, EDSR400, EDSR400H, EDSR400M, EDSR900, EDSR1600
For installation details please consult the manuals of KS-KBK and KS-KBJ keyboard.
Installation example (2 remote operators, 1 EDSR900, 1 EDSR1600) :
MAIN1
M1-1
M1-2
M1-3
DVR1: EDSR1600
M1-4
Video 1 x
Video 5 x
RS-485 2 wire
DVR2: EDSR900
Video 5 x
Video 1 x
CALL 1
MAIN2
CALL 2
M2-1
M2-2
RS-485 2 wire
Operator 1:
1x Full screen view DVR1
1x Full screen view DVR2
M2-3
M2-4
RS-485 2 wire
Operator 2:
1x Multi screen view DVR1 (MAIN)
4x Full screen view DVR1 (MATRIX)
1x Multi screen view DVR1 (MAIN)
4x Full screen view DVR2 (MATRIX)
RJ45 (RS485) pin assignment
There are two RJ-45 (RS-485) connectors on the back panel of the DVR (loop through). Please
refer the following pin assignment for application.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
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PIN
FUNCTION
1
GND
2
NC
3
RX +
4
NC
5
NC
6
RX -
7
NC
8
NC
IR Remote Controller
11.2 IR Remote Controller (optional)
The remote controller (RC-200, Figure 1) is an accessory to enhance the handy operations of the
DVR. You can perform all the settings and operations by the remote controller. The effective
distance is up to 10 meters without any obstacle. The keypad functions are same as the front
panel key button of the DVR.
There are some replacement keys for JOG and SHUTTLE, definitions are:
JOG
: Same as turning the JOG clockwise.
JOG
: Same as turning the JOG counter-clockwise.
SHUTTLE
1: fast forward 2X or slow forward 1/2X.
2: fast forward 4X or slow forward 1/4X.
3: fast forward 8X or slow forward 1/8X.
4: fast forward 16X or slow forward 1/10X.
5: fast forward 32X or slow forward 1/16X.
6: fast forward 600X or slow forward 1/32X.
SHUTTLE
1: fast rewind 2X or slow rewind 1/2X.
2: fast rewind 4X or slow rewind 1/4X.
3: fast rewind 8X or slow rewind 1/8X.
4: fast rewind 16X or slow rewind 1/10X.
5: fast rewind 32X or slow rewind 1/16X.
6: fast rewind 600X or slow rewind 1/32X.
Note: The channel keys #10~16 are only active
with EDSR-1600 recorder
Figure 1
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View From Internet/Intranet
12. View From Internet/Intranet
Basic Operations and Login Display:
Go to the Internet Explorer, key in the network IP address, for example,
http://192.168.10.5 (must be the same IP address as the one assigned to the
unit from the Network Setting Menu. You need a FIXED IP Address, please contact your ISP for the IP)
The LOGIN dialog will show on the screen.
User’must enter the correct user-name and password defined in the Network Setting menu.
For example:
Enter ADMIN for user name and ADMIN for password and then Click On “submit”to enter to system.
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View From Internet/Intranet
Main Screen
10
11
19
12
13
14
1 2 3 4 5 6
7
8
9
15 16 17 18
Above diagram is the main screen display.
The icons on the lower corner of the screen are mainly for control and Configuration, those on
the right corner are for status indication.
If any icon is grayed, it means that the specific function is not accessible in the current mode.
The followings are a brief description for each of the icons.
1.
REV. PLAY : Reverse Video Playback.
2.
STOP : Press this key to stop Video Playback.
3.
PLAY: Play back the Video display.
4.
STEP FORWARD the Video Playback display.
5.
PAUSE: To pause the Video Playback display.
6.
STEP BACKWARD the Video Playback display
7.
C
CONTROL MODE: To switch to direct remote control mode.
Note: Only allows user with access level “ADMIN”..
8. Control for Playback Video Speed
9. Control for Playback Position
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View From Internet/Intranet
10. The system allows up to 3 ways playback video, by SEGMENT, ALARM LIST and DATE TIME.
(Playback by SEGMENT LIST, click Refresh to show list)
(Playback by ALARM LIST, click Refresh to show list)
(Playback by Date time)
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View From Internet/Intranet
11. All available segments are shown in the list. Click to select and highlight.
12. Click to playback selected video segment.
13. Press this icon to show the segment or list.
14. Current connection and playback status is shown along with date and time.
15. Full screen view.
16. Quad screen view.
17. Nine split screen view.
18. Sixteen split screen view (only for 16 CH DVR).
19. A pop-up menu to select camera to view will be shown by pressing right mouse button.
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Appendix-A
LAN Functional Specification
Specifications:
Network Interface:
LAN controller Chip:
LAN Connector:
Protocol:
Remote Access:
Image Compression:
Used Ports:
Max. user number:
Frame rate:
10Mbits/s Ethernet (10Base T)
RealTek 8019
RJ-45
HTTP,TCP/IP.ICMP,ARP
Standard browser such as internet
Explorer / Netscape with JAVA support
JPEG
80, 1111, 2222, 3333, 4444, 6666
4
max. 1,5 IPS depending on network conditions
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Appendix-B
Time Lapse Mode Recording Time Table
? When Recording with 160GB HDD
(Estimated with typical image-low noise level)
NTSC
Recording
Speed
(fps)
60
30
20
15
10
5
1
0.5
0.3
0.2
Unit: Hour
Lower
Low
Basic
Standard
High
Superior
: 15 kB
: 19 kB
: 23 kB
: 27 kB
: 31 kB
: 35 kB
LOWER
15
49.4
98.8
148.1
197.5
296.3
592.6
2963
5925.9
9876.5
14814.8
LOW
19
39
78
117
155.9
233.9
467.8
2339.2
4678.4
7797.3
11695.9
system storage(GB):
160
PICTURE QUALITY (KB)
BASIC
STANDARD
HIGH
SUPERIOR
23
27
31
35
32.2
27.4
23.9
21.2
64.4
54.9
47.8
42.3
96.6
82.3
71.7
63.5
128.8
109.7
95.6
84.7
193.2
164.6
143.4
127
386.5
329.2
286.7
254
1932.4
1646.1
1433.7
1269.8
3864.7
3292.2
2867.4
2539.7
6441.2
5487
4779
4232.8
9661.8
8230.5
7168.5
6349.2
Unit: Hour
PAL
Recording
Speed
LOWER
(fps)
15
50
59.3
25
118.5
10
296.3
5
592.6
2
1481.5
1
2963
0.5
5925.9
0.4
7407.4
0.2
14814.8
0.1
29629.6
LOW
19
46.8
93.6
233.9
467.8
1169.6
2339.2
4678.4
5848
11695.9
23391.8
PICTURE QUALITY (KB)
BASIC
STANDARD
23
27
38.6
32.9
77.3
65.8
193.2
164.6
386.5
329.2
966.2
823
1932.4
1646.1
3864.7
3292.2
4830.9
4115.2
9661.8
8230.5
19323.7
16460.9
Reference:24H=1 day.168H=1 week, 720H=1 month,8760H=1 year
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HIGH
31
28.7
57.3
143.4
286.7
716.8
1433.7
2867.4
3584.2
7168.5
14336.9
SUPERIOR
35
25.4
50.8
127
254
634.9
1269.8
2539.7
3174.6
6349.2
12698.4
Appendix-B
? When Recording with 320GB HDD
(Estimated with typical image-low noise level)
NTSC
Recording
Speed
(fps)
60
30
20
15
10
5
1
0.5
0.3
0.2
Unit: Hour
Lower
Low
Basic
Standard
High
Superior
: 15 kB
: 19 kB
: 23 kB
: 27 kB
: 31 kB
: 35 kB
LOWER
15
98.8
197.5
296.3
395.1
592.6
1185.2
5925.9
11851.9
19753.1
29629.6
LOW
19
78
155.9
233.9
311.9
467.8
935.7
4678.4
9356.7
15594.5
23391.8
system storage(GB):
320
PICTURE QUALITY (KB)
BASIC
STANDARD
HIGH
SUPERIOR
23
27
31
35
64.4
54.9
47.8
42.3
128.8
109.7
95.6
84.7
193.2
164.6
143.4
127
257.6
219.5
191.2
169.3
386.5
329.2
286.7
254
772.9
658.4
573.5
507.9
3864.7
3292.2
2867.4
2539.7
7729.5
6584.4
5734.8
5079.4
12882.4
10973.9
9557.9
8465.6
19323.7
16460.9
14336.9
12698.4
Unit: Hour
PAL
Recording
Speed
LOWER
(fps)
15
50
118.5
25
237
10
592.6
5
1185.2
2
2963
1
5925.9
0.5
11851.9
0.4
14814.8
0.2
29629.6
0.1
59259.3
LOW
19
93.6
187.1
467.8
935.7
2339.2
4678.4
9356.7
11695.9
23391.8
46783.6
PICTURE QUALITY (KB)
BASIC
STANDARD
23
27
77.3
65.8
154.6
131.7
386.5
329.2
772.9
658.4
1932.4
1646.1
3864.7
3292.2
7729.5
6584.4
9661.8
8230.5
19323.7
16460.9
38647.3
32921.8
Reference:24H=1 day.168H=1 week, 720H=1 month,8760H=1 year
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HIGH
31
57.3
114.7
286.7
573.5
1433.7
2867.4
5734.8
7168.5
14336.9
28673.8
SUPERIOR
35
50.8
101.6
254
507.9
1269.8
2539.7
5079.4
6349.2
12698.4
25396.8
Appendic C: Serial Interface Specifications
Serial Interface Specifications
1. RS-232 pin assignment
The DVR may be controlled by a computer or a terminal via the standard
D-SUB 9-pin RS-232 connector.
The pin assignment of the D-SUB 9-pin connector
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9
HOST
DVR
PIN # NAME
1
NOT CONNECTED
2
TXD
3
RXD
4
NOT CONNECTED
5
GROUND
6
NOT CONNECTED
7
NOT CONNECTED
8
NOT CONNECTED
9
NOT CONNECTED
PIN #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
NAME
NOT CONNECTED
RXD
TXD
NOT CONNECTED
GROUND
NOT CONNECTED
NOT CONNECTED
NOT CONNECTED
NOT CONNECTED
2. Transmission setting
There are 6 different speeds that can be used to transmit instruction or information through
the RS232/RS485 port on the device, 1200 baud, 2400 baud, 4800 baud, 9600 baud,
19200 baud and 3840 baud.
The default setting from the factory is 9600 baud.
Please refer to Chart 6.10 (Page21) for details.
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Appendic C: Serial Interface Specifications
3. Remote Control Protocol
A computer or a terminal can be used to control the unit by sending the packet as following.
1-1. Sample control code packets
Example1 : A packet that send "REC" key to DVR (ID=5)
0x85
(length)
0x00
(Receiver ID high byte)
0x05
(Receiver ID low byte)
0x4B
(OPcode = key )
0x08
(DATA1 = "Rec" keycode )
0x5D
(checksum)
Example2 : A packet that send "PAUSE" key to DVR (ID=4999)
0x85
(length)
0x27
(Receiver ID high byte)
0x07
(Receiver ID low byte)
0x4B
(OPcode = key )
0x0C
(DATA1 = "Pause" keycode )
0x0A
(checksum)
Example3 : A packet that send "PLAY" key to all DVR (broadcast)
0x85
(length)
0x7f
(Receiver ID high byte)
0x7f
(Receiver ID low byte)
0x4B
(OPcode = key )
0x0B
(DATA1 = "Play" keycode )
0x59
(checksum)
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Appendic C: Serial Interface Specifications
2-1. The format of message packet is as follows:
Length Byte (Prefix: 0x86, 0x87, or 0x88 ..... )
Receiver ID high byte
Receiver ID low byte
Opcode Byte
Data Byte1
Data Byte2
Data Byte3
Checksum Byte
2-2. Length Byte
This Length Byte is also a prefix. Bit7 must be 1.
EX:
0x87 ==> this packets has 7 bytes length. ( not included Length byte itself )
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Appendic C: Serial Interface Specifications
2-3. Receiver ID
2-3. Receiver ID
1). Individual receiver ID
Decimal
14bit binary value
Hbyte
Lbyte
Receiver ID (EDSR)
0
0000000 0000000
00
00
ID = 0
1
0000000 0000001
00
01
ID = 1
2
0000000 0000010
00
02
ID = 2
126
0000000 1111110
00
7e
ID = 126
127
0000000 1111111
00
7f
ID = 127
128
0000001 0000000
01
00
ID = 128
129
0000001 0000001
01
01
ID = 129
255
0000001 1111111
01
7f
ID = 255
256
0000010 0000000
02
00
ID = 256
0000011 1111111
03
7f
ID = 511
1111111 1111110
7f
7e
ID = 16382
Receiver ID
....
....
511
....
16382
2). Broadcast ID
Decimal
14bit binary value
Hbyte
Lbyte
16383
1111111 1111111
7f
7f
48
all EDSR
connect to RS485/RS232
Appendic C: Serial Interface Specifications
2-4. Opcode Byte & Data bytes
2-4-1. OPcode
OPcode
Data1
Function
0x4B
Keycode
A remote key pressed
0x4D
command
Matrix command
2-4-2. Remote keys (OPcode=0x4B)
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Data1
Data1
Key
0x00
CH1
Key
0x1e
JOG<
0x01
CH2
0x1f
JOG>
0x02
CH3
0x20
CH5
0x03
CH4
0x21
CH6
0x04
MODE
0x22
CH7
0x05
ZOOM
0x23
CH8
0x06
SEQ
0x24
CH9
0x07
MENU
0x25
CH10
0x08
REC
0x26
CH11
0x09
REV.PLAY
0x27
CH12
0x0A
STOP
0x28
CH13
0x0B
PLAY
0x29
CH14
0x0C
PAUSE
0x2a
CH15
0x0D
SEARCH
0x2b
CH16
0x0E
COPY
0x2c
SELECT
0x0F
DISPALY
0x2d
CALL
0x10
SHUTTLE<<x1
0x2e
ENTER
0x11
SHUTTLE<<x2
0x2f
(reserve)
0x12
SHUTTLE<<x4
0x30
(reserve)
0x13
SHUTTLE<<x8
0x31
(reserve)
0x14
SHUTTLE<<x16
0x32
(reserve)
0x15
SHUTTLE<<x32
0x33
(reserve)
0x16
SHUTTLE<<x600
0x34
(reserve)
0x17
SHUTTLE>>x1
0x18
SHUTTLE>>x2
0x19
SHUTTLE>>x4
0x1a
SHUTTLE>>x8
0x1b
SHUTTLE>>x16
0x1c
SHUTTLE>>x32
0x1d
SHUTTLE>>x600
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Appendic C: Serial Interface Specifications
2-4-3. Matrix command
(OPcode=0x4D)
Data1
Matrix function
Data1
Matrix function
Data1
Matrix function
Matrix monitor0 - ch01 spot
0x21
Matrix monitor2 - ch02 spot
0x42
Matrix monitor4 - ch03 spot
0x01
Matrix monitor0 - ch02 spot
0x22
Matrix monitor2 - ch03 spot
0x43
Matrix monitor4 - ch04 spot
0x02
Matrix monitor0 - ch03 spot
0x23
Matrix monitor2 - ch04 spot
0x44
Matrix monitor4 - ch05 spot
Matrix monitor4 - ch06 spot
0x00
0x03
Matrix monitor0 - ch04 spot
0x24
Matrix monitor2 - ch05 spot
0x45
0x04
Matrix monitor0 - ch05 spot
0x25
Matrix monitor2 - ch06 spot
0x46
Matrix monitor4 - ch07 spot
0x05
Matrix monitor0 - ch06 spot
0x26
Matrix monitor2 - ch07 spot
0x47
Matrix monitor4 - ch08 spot
0x06
Matrix monitor0 - ch07 spot
0x27
Matrix monitor2 - ch08 spot
0x48
Matrix monitor4 - ch09 spot
0x07
Matrix monitor0 - ch08 spot
0x28
Matrix monitor2 - ch09 spot
0x49
Matrix monitor4 - ch10 spot
Matrix monitor4 - ch11 spot
0x08
Matrix monitor0 - ch09 spot
0x29
Matrix monitor2 - ch10 spot
0x4a
0x09
Matrix monitor0 - ch10 spot
0x2a
Matrix monitor2 - ch11 spot
0x4b
Matrix monitor4 - ch12 spot
0x0a
Matrix monitor0 - ch11 spot
0x2b
Matrix monitor2 - ch12 spot
0x4c
Matrix monitor4 - ch13 spot
Matrix monitor4 - ch14 spot
0x0b
Matrix monitor0 - ch12 spot
0x2c
Matrix monitor2 - ch13 spot
0x4d
0x0c
Matrix monitor0 - ch13 spot
0x2d
Matrix monitor2 - ch14 spot
0x4e
Matrix monitor4 - ch15 spot
0x0d
Matrix monitor0 - ch14 spot
0x2e
Matrix monitor2 - ch15 spot
0x4f
Matrix monitor4 - ch16 spot
0x0e
Matrix monitor0 - ch15 spot
0x2f
Matrix monitor2 - ch16 spot
0x50
Matrix monitor0 - sequence
0x0f
Matrix monitor0 - ch16 spot
0x30
Matrix monitor3 - ch01 spot
0x51
Matrix monitor1 - sequence
Matrix monitor2 - sequence
0x10
Matrix monitor1 - ch01 spot
0x31
Matrix monitor3 - ch02 spot
0x52
0x11
Matrix monitor1 - ch02 spot
0x32
Matrix monitor3 - ch03 spot
0x53
Matrix monitor3 - sequence
0x12
Matrix monitor1 - ch03 spot
0x33
Matrix monitor3 - ch04 spot
0x54
Matrix monitor4 - sequence
Matrix monitor0 - turn OSD on
0x13
Matrix monitor1 - ch04 spot
0x34
Matrix monitor3 - ch05 spot
0x60
0x14
Matrix monitor1 - ch05 spot
0x35
Matrix monitor3 - ch06 spot
0x61
Matrix monitor1 - turn OSD on
0x15
Matrix monitor1 - ch06 spot
0x36
Matrix monitor3 - ch07 spot
0x62
Matrix monitor2 - turn OSD on
0x16
Matrix monitor1 - ch07 spot
0x37
Matrix monitor3 - ch08 spot
0x63
Matrix monitor3 - turn OSD on
0x17
Matrix monitor1 - ch08 spot
0x38
Matrix monitor3 - ch09 spot
0x64
Matrix monitor4 - turn OSD on
0x18
Matrix monitor1 - ch09 spot
0x39
Matrix monitor3 - ch10 spot
0x70
Matrix monitor0 - turn OSD off
0x19
Matrix monitor1 - ch10 spot
0x3a
Matrix monitor3 - ch11 spot
0x71
Matrix monitor1 - turn OSD off
0x1a
Matrix monitor1 - ch11 spot
0x3b
Matrix monitor3 - ch12 spot
0x72
Matrix monitor2 - turn OSD off
Matrix monitor3 - turn OSD off
Matrix monitor4 – turn OSD off
0x1b
Matrix monitor1 - ch12 spot
0x3c
Matrix monitor3 - ch13 spot
0x73
0x1c
Matrix monitor1 - ch13 spot
0x3d
Matrix monitor3 - ch14 spot
0x74
0x1d
Matrix monitor1 - ch14 spot
0x3e
Matrix monitor3 - ch15 spot
0x1e
Matrix monitor1 - ch15 spot
0x3f
Matrix monitor3 - ch16 spot
0x1f
Matrix monitor1 - ch16 spoz
0x40
Matrix monitor4 - ch01 spot
0x20
Matrix monitor2 - ch01 spot
0x41
Matrix monitor4 - ch02 spot
2-5. Checksum Byte
Checksum is computed as the sum of all previous butye (includeing the length byte), then mask with 0x7f.
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Appendix-D
Alarm I/O pin assignment
The alarm connector, Figure 1, is used to provide one sensor alarm input for each camera input.
For easy operation, an alarm extension board, Figure 2, is provided to connect to the alarm connector.
Each alarm input requires two wires, one wire connects to the desired alarm input pin, the second wire
connects to the ground.The alarm signal assignment is shown at the following.
1
13
2
1 2
3 4
5
6
7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
25
<Figure 1>
D-SUB 25 pin female connector (DVR)
28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15
PR16D00400
DVR
PIN #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
<Figure 2>
PR16D00400 Alarm extension board
NAME / Function
GND
Ground
ALM 1
Alarm In 1
ALM 2
Alarm In 2
ALM 3
Alarm In 3
ALM 4
Alarm In 4
ALM 5
Alarm In 5
ALM 6
Alarm In 6
ALM 7
Alarm In 7
ALM 8
Alarm In 8
ALM 9
Alarm In 9
ALM 10* Alarm In 10
ALM 11* Alarm In 11
ALM 12* Alarm In 12
ALM 13* Alarm In 13
ALM 14* Alarm In 14
ALM 15* Alarm In 15
ALM 16* Alarm In 16
ALMRST Alarm Reset
REC
Record In
GIN10
Reserved
DISKFULL Disk Full Out
GO1
Reserved
ALM-N.C Alarm Out N.C.
ALM-N.O Alarm Out N.C.
ALM-COM Alarm OUT COM
HOST
PIN #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
* ALM10~ALM16 are active only for EDSR-1600
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NAME
GND
ALM 1
ALM 2
ALM 3
ALM 4
ALM 5
ALM 6
GND
ALM 7
ALM 8
ALM 9
ALM 10*
ALM 11*
ALM 12*
ALM 13*
ALM 14*
ALM 15*
ALM 16*
ALMRST
REC-IN
GND
SPARE-IN
DISKFULL
SPARE-OUT
ALM-N.C
ALM-N.O
ALM-COM
GND
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