Defender | SN301-8CH | Instruction manual | Defender SN301-8CH Instruction manual

Internet Accessible DVR System
w/ Four Hi-Res Outdoor Night Vision Cameras
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
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Model#
DFDVR2
PRODUCT WARRANTY & REGISTRATION
Please visit our website at www.defender-usa.com to apply
for your products warranty registration.
The warranty registration form is located under the support tab on the Defender website.
We take quality very seriously. This is why all of our products come with a one year warranty from the original purchase date
against defects in workmanship and materials.
If you have warranty or support issues please contact us using any of the following methods:
Defender USA
2315 Whirlpool St., Unit 333
NIagara Falls, New York
USA 14305
Defender Canada
4080 Montrose Road
Niagara Falls, ON
Canada L2H 1J9
Phone: 866.946.7828
Fax: 888.771.1701
Email: support@defender.com
Website: www.defender-usa.com
Warranty Terms
1. Defender products are guaranteed for a period of one year from the date of purchase against defects in workmanship and materials. This
warranty is limited to the repair, replacement or refund of the purchase price at Defender’s option.
2. When service is required, the warranty is validated by the submission of a fully completed warranty card.
3. This warranty becomes void if the product shows evidence of having been misused, mishandled or tampered with contrary to the applicable
instruction manual.
4. Routine cleaning, normal cosmetic and mechanical wear and tear are not covered under the terms of this warranty.
5. The warranty expressly provided for herein is the sole warranty provided in connection with the product itself and no other warranty,
expressed or implied is provided. Defender assumes no responsibilities for any other claims not specifically mentioned in this warranty.
6. This warranty does not cover the shipping cost, insurance or any other incidental charges.
7. You MUST call Defender before sending any product back for repair. You will be given a Return Authorization number. When returning the
product for warranty service, please pack it carefully in the original box with all supplied accessories, and enclose your original receipt or copy,
and a brief explanation of the problem (include RA #).
8. This warranty is valid only in Canada and the U.S.A.
9. This warranty card cannot be re-issued.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT OPEN
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE THE COVER (BACK).
NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
Graphic Symbol Explanation
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the presence of
insinuated “dangerous voltage” within the product’s enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of
electric shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating
maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
WHAT IS INCLUDED...................................................................................................1
DVR, CAMERA & REMOTE FUNCTIONS...................................................................3-4
SECTION 2: INSTALLATION.......................................................................................5-7
2-1: CAMERA INSTALLATION..................................................................................... 5
2-2: EXTERNAL TV/MONITOR INSTALLATION.......................................................... 6
2-3: MOUSE INSTALLATION....................................................................................... 6
2-4: POWERING ON.................................................................................................... 7
SECTION 3: OPERATION............................................................................................8-15
3-1: DISPLAY CONFIGURATION................................................................................ 8
3-2: MOUSE CONTROL.............................................................................................. 9
3-3: SCREEN SWITCH................................................................................................ 9
3-4: PIP VIEW.............................................................................................................. 9
3-5: ZOOM VIEW......................................................................................................... 10
3-6: VIEW CAMERAS IN SEQUENCE........................................................................ 10
3-7: OPEN SETUP MENU........................................................................................... 11
3-8: RECORD............................................................................................................... 11
3-9: PLAYBACK........................................................................................................... 12
SECTION 4: SETUP.....................................................................................................16-26
4-1: DVR LOG-IN......................................................................................................... 16
4-2: DISPLAY SETUP.................................................................................................. 17
4-3: RECORD SETUP.................................................................................................. 17
4-4: CONFIGURATION................................................................................................ 19
4-5: EXTERNAL DEVICE............................................................................................. 22
4-6: BACKUP............................................................................................................... 25
4-7: LANGUAGE.......................................................................................................... 26
4-8: FACTORY DEFAULT............................................................................................ 26
SECTION 5: USB BACKUP PLAYER..........................................................................27-30
5-1: BACKUP STATUS................................................................................................. 27
5-2: BACKUP PLAYER SOFTWARE INSTALLATION................................................. 27
5-3: BACKUP PLAYER SOFTWARE INTERFACE...................................................... 29
SECTION 6: NETWORK INSTALLATION & SETUP....................................................31-61
6-1: NETWORK INSTALLATION & SETUP................................................................. 31
6-2: ROUTER PORT FORWARDING GUIDE.............................................................. 33
6-3: CLIENT SOFTWARE............................................................................................ 40
6-4: DDNS SETUP & OPERATION.............................................................................. 49
6-5: REMOTE LIVE VIEW VIA INTERNET EXPLORER.............................................. 56
SECTION 7: ADVANCED DEVICE INSTALLATION....................................................61-63
APPENDIX: SYSTEM CONFIGURATION....................................................................64
APPENDIX 2: RECORD TIME TABLE.........................................................................64
SPECIFICATIONS........................................................................................................65-67
WARRANTY INFORMATION.......................................................................................67
WHAT IS INCLUDED
1 DVR
(320GB HDD)
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4 Outdoor Night
Vision Cameras
PS/2 Mouse
Remote
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• 4 Camera Mounts
• Software CD
• 10ft RJ-45 Ethernet Cable
• 4x 60ft Video/Power Cables
• 6 RCA to BNC Connectors
• 1 Power Adpater for DVR
• 4 power Adapters for Cameras
• Quick Start Guide
• Mounting Hardware
• 1 Year Warranty
• Instruction Manual
• 4 Window Warning Stickers
• Online/Toll Free Tech Support
CAUTION
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For your safety, unplug the power before moving the DVR, installing, or replacing any
parts or hard drive.
Make sure all the power cable and wires are properly set up before using the DVR.
Contact your distributor immediately if there is any defect.
To avoid a short circuit, don’t leave any unnecessary parts inside the DVR.
Please avoid dramatic changes of the environment, such as dust, temperature, and
humidity. Keep the DVR in a temperature ranging from 41ºF ~ 104ºF
Keep the DVR in a well-ventilated place and away from any heat-generating objects.
Do not block the DVR’s fan and vent.
Do not expose this unit to the direct sunlight.
If you are not sure of the installation and setup, please consult a qualified installer.
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DVR & Camera
1. 7” LCD Screen.............................. Watch your footage directly on the DVR.
2. Infrared Remote Sensor............... Receives the signal from the remote control.
3. Screen On/Off Button................... Turns LCD Monitor On / Off.
4. LED Indicators.............................. LEDs light up when the LCD, Power or HDD
are in use.
5. Device Port................................... Upgrade firmware through a PC USB
connection (optional).
6. USB Port...................................... Connect a USB flash drive or USB HDD for
backup purposes.
7. USB Mouse Port........................... Connect a USB mouse for easier control of DVR.
8. RS-232C Port............................... Allows you to control the unit with a PC.
9. RS485 Port................................... Allows you to connect a pan/tilt/zoom (PTZ) camera
and control it with the DVR.
10.Alarm Input/Output....................... 4 Alarm input sensors and 1 relay output.
11.Ethernet Port................................ For connection to your local area network
and Internet.
12.BNC Video Inputs......................... Connects the cameras to the DVR.
13.BNC Video Output........................ For connection to your TV/monitor.
14.SPOT Video Output...................... Additional connection to your TV/monitor, only
displays video when motion recording is activated.
15.PS/2 Mouse Port.......................... Allows you to control the unit with a PS/2 mouse.
16.Power Input.................................. DC power input (12V).
17.Sun Shield.................................... Helps prevent glare from bright lights.
18.Infrared (IR) LEDs........................ Allows the camera to see in the dark up to 15ft away.
19. CDS Sensor................................. Turns on the infrared LEDs when it gets dark.
20.Camera Housing.......................... Made of anodized aluminum to prevent rust.
21.Camera Mount.............................. Allows the camera to be desk or wall mountable.
22.Connection to Extension Wire...... Converts to RCA.
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Remote Control
1. Menu................... Enters onscreen menu.
2. Number Keys....... Switches to a specific camera; password entering.
3. SEQ..................... Automatically displays full screen or split screen in sequence.
4. PIP....................... Enters picture-in-picture mode.
5. ENTER................ Confirms selection during setup.
6. +/- ....................... Adjusts menu values during system setup.
7. STEP................... Plays frame by frame.
8. REW.................... Enters rewind mode. Press again to adjust the rewind speed.
9. FF........................ Enters fast forward mode. Press again to adjust the fast
forward speed.
10.PLAY.................... Enters playback mode.
11.PAUSE................. Pauses playback.
12.SEARCH.............. Opens the search window in playback.
13.Arrows................. Navigates the menu options during setup.
14.P/T....................... Enters Pan/Tilt/Zoom (PTZ) mode.
15.ZOOM.................. Zooms in on the picture. Use the arrow buttons to move to the area
you want enlarged.
16.ESC..................... Exits to the previous menu; exits the main menu.
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SECTION 2: INSTALLATION
2-1: CAMERA INSTALLATION
Things To Consider Before You Install Your Cameras
• Camera(s) should be installed between 8 and 13 feet above the area to be monitored.
• Ensure there are no obstructions in the camera’s view, to maximize viewing area.
• Ensure that the sunshade is positioned to avoid glare and position cameras away from
direct sunlight.
• Decide whether the camera will be wall-mounted or sit on a desk/table top. If wall
mounting, use the mounting hardware in the package. The camera can be adjusted for
either mounting scenario by rotating the camera to the required position.
• Each camera comes with 60 feet of extension wire. Please make sure that you mount
the cameras no more than 60 feet from the DVR.
• We recommend using a surge protected power bar and/or an Uninterruptible Power
Supply (UPS) to power the DVR and camera system.
Mounting
1.Screw each mounting bracket into each camera’s mounting hole, turning it clockwise.
2.Mount each camera in the desired location no more than 60 feet from the DVR
unless you have purchased additional wiring. You may wall mount or desk mount
these cameras.
3.Adjust cameras to the desired viewing angles.
Wiring The Cameras
Follow these instructions for the installation of each camera
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1. Plug the 4pin din female connection
on the camera into the 4 pin din male
connection on the 60 foot extension wire.
2. Plug the camera’s power supply into the
power jack located on the 60ft extension wire.
3. Plug the camera’s power adapter into an
AC outlet.
4. Attach the BNC to RCA connectors to
the camera inputs and the monitor
outputs on the back of the DVR.
5. Connect the extension wire’s male RCA
plug to CAMERA IN port for channels 1~4.
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2-2: EXTERNAL TV/MONITOR INSTALLATION (OPTIONAL)
1.Connect an RCA male wire (not included) to the VIDEO OUT Monitor port on the DVR.
Plug the other end of the RCA wire to the RCA VIDEO IN port on the TV/monitor.
2.For motion activated viewing (SPOT), connect an RCA male wire (not included) to
the VIDEO OUT SPOT port on the DVR. Plug the other end of the RCA wire to the
RCA VIDEO IN port on the TV/monitor. Note that the video will only be displayed when
MOTION or ALARM recording is triggered.
2-3: MOUSE INSTALLATION
1.For USB mice, plug the mouse into the USB MOUSE port on the DVR.
2.For PS/2 mice, plug the mouse into the PS/2 MOUSE PORT on the back of the DVR.
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2-4: POWERING ON
POWER SUPPLY
DC 12V PORT
POWER CORD
1.Insert the power supply wire into the rear DC 12V Port on the DVR.
2.Insert the power cord into the power supply.
3.Plug the power cord into a power outlet. We recommend using a surge protected power bar
and/or UPS backup (to turn the DVR on and off, use the power switch on your UPS or
power bar).
4.The DVR will power on and you will see a boot screen. After the DVR initializes you should
see a 4 camera QUAD view, and recording will begin immediately.
1. We strongly recommend that you change the following settings as soon as you
power on the DVR ( see section 4-4-5 for detailed instructions):
(A) Set up the time/date.
(B) Go to the HDD management and FORMAT HDD. This will clear the video you
recorded after power on and avoid any time/date discrepancies.
2. DO NOT change the date and time after the recording starts. It may corrupt the
DVR’s data archive and cause playback errors. If it is necessary to change date and
time after the recording starts, please repeat step 1 to avoid errors.
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SECTION 3: OPERATION
3-1: DISPLAY CONFIGURATION
1. Date & Time - Shows the current system time or the recorded time in playback.
2. Record mode - Shows the current recording mode (motion, continuous, scheduled or
alarm record).
3. Camera title - Shows the camera’s title on the displayed channel.
4.Split mode - Allows you to view either one camera at a time or all four in a quad
view mode.
5. Network status - Displays the network connection status.
6. HDD full status - Icon turns red when the hard disk drive (HDD) is full.
7. HDD record percentage - Shows the HDD space that has been used for recording.
8. Record status - Shows the recording status: RED means that the DVR is recording
(motion, scheduled or alarm); WHITE means that the DVR is not recording.
9. Menu Functions MENU: Enter setup menu
PIP: Picture In Picture
ZOOM: Zoom in (200%)
SEQUENCE: Automatically cycles through each camera in sequence
SEARCH: Opens the playback search window
► PLAY: Quick playback mode
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3-2: MOUSE CONTROL
1. Left button - Confirms all selections when clicking icons. It also increases the setup value
in the Menu mode.
2. Right button - Decreases the setup value on in the Menu mode.
3. Mouse wheel - Increases and decreases the values while in MENU mode, and adjusts
the playback speed. It also allows you to zoom in and zoom out in the PTZ camera
control mode.
3-3: SCREEN SWITCH
1. Left click on the number icon to switch to the corresponding channel for its full screen view.
2. Left click the Quad icon to switch to Quad view.
3-4: PIP VIEW
1. In full screen mode, left click “PIP” to enter Picture-in-Picture mode.
2. Left click “PIP” again to cancel.
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3-5: ZOOM VIEW
1. This icon allows you to zoom in on the selected camera channel. Left click the ZOOM icon
to enlarge the picture up to 200%. You can then move the enlargement area by moving
the mouse.
2. Left click the ZOOM icon again to cancel.
3-6: VIEW CAMERAS IN SEQUENCE
Click the SEQ icon to enter the Sequential Switching mode and then click the SEQ icon again
to cancel.
• The camera sequence order is, A > B > C > D …A > B …
• The sequence time is fully adjustable in the system setup menu. Please see [SYSTEM
MENU] ► [CONFIGURATION] ► [INTERVAL SETUP] for details and adjustments.
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3-7: OPEN SETUP MENU
• Move the mouse cursor to the bottom of the screen to activate the system menu.
3-8: RECORD
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Recording (RED): The Recording (RED) icon indicates that the DVR is in scheduled record,
motion record or alarm record.
Stop record (WHITE): The white icon is displayed when the record schedule is set to “not
record” at this time.
Record mode icons:
Motion record: The DVR records when motion is detected.
Continuous record: The DVR records continuously.
• If the power is interrupted unexpectedly, the DVR will automatically resume its recording
schedule after the power is restored.
For record mode setup, please refer to Section 4-3: RECORD SETUP.
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Record Percentage
Entire HDD storage percentage
Hard Drive Space Used
This represents the percentage of hard drive space used for recording data.
Under the following circumstances, the system stops recording:
1. When no video inputs are connected.
2. When no motion is detected while the record mode is set to MOTION.
3. When the record schedule is set to “Not Record”.
4. Installing a new HDD without formatting it or setting it to factory defaults.
5. When the Overwrite function is OFF and the HDD is full.
6. When updating firmware.
7. When in the HDD management screen of the system menu.
3-9: PLAYBACK
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3-9-1: PLAY & STOP
1. Left click the play icon to start playback. This starts from the last playback time.
2. Left click the “EXIT” icon to stop playback.
3-9-2: SEARCH MODE
3.Left click the SEARCH icon to open the search dialog window. There are 3 modes for
search: PERCENT, TIME/DATE and EVENT.
PERCENT SEARCH - Allows you to search by specifying a recording percentage.
TIME/DATE SEARCH - Allows search by specifying a time and date
EVENT SEARCH - Allows you to search by the event list.
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3-9-3: PLAY & STOP
• Using the mouse, you can select recording percentages of the search bar to play. Click
“PLAY” to confirm and start the playback.
3-9-4: TIME/DATE SEARCH
1. START - Choose the start time and date of the recording.
2. END - Choose the end time and date of the recording.
3. TARGET - Now that your search is narrowed down, input the target time and date to start
the playback. Select the time and date by using the mouse wheel to adjust the numbers.
Then click “PLAY” to start playback.
3-9-5: EVENT SEARCH
1. TIME/DATE - shows the event time and date.
2. CHANNEL - shows the channel on which the event occurred
3. EVENT - shows the type of events: Motion detection (MOT), Image Loss (LOS), Alarm
trigger (ALM). The DVR stores up to 1000 events in its EVENT LIST. By using the left button
on the mouse you can select events and also change event pages.
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3-9-6: PLAYBACK SPEED ADJUSTMENT
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While playing back, click the playback icons to adjust the playback speed.
▲ Speeds up the playback ▼ Slows down the playback
◄ Rewind ► Plays in forward direction
The speed adjustment range is: 1/16X~1X, 1X~32X
The mouse wheel can be used to adjust the playback speed as well.
3-9-7: ADJUST PLAYBACK SPEED BY IR REMOTE CONTROLLER
Note: While playing back, you can select the direction keys of the remote control to adjust
the speed.
Adjust the speed by using REW key (High-speed backward playback) or FF key (High-speed
forward Playback). Press the keys repeatedly to adjust the speed rate.
Adjust the speed by using the SLOW-Motion keys (Slow playback in backward or in forward
direction). Press the keys repeatedly to adjust the speed rate.
Playback frame by frame by using the STEP keys (Step playback in backward or in
forward direction).
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SECTION 4: SETUP
4-1: DVR LOG-IN
4-1-1: LOGGING IN
1. Left click the MENU icon to login to the DVR system menu.
2. Enter the password by left clicking the 0~9 icons to change their values.
3. Left click ENTER to confirm and enter the system menu.
Note: The default USER ID is ADMIN. There is no default password. Press the ENTER
key directly to enter the system.
Caution:
It is strongly recommended that you create a password after the initial setup. Please keep a
record of your password. Rebooting the DVR and resetting the factory defaults will not reset the
password to the default. If you forget the password, please contact DEFENDER for support.
4-1-2: SYSTEM MENU
1. DISPLAY SETUP - This includes the SCREEN SETUP and On Screen Display (OSD)
setup screens.
2. RECORD SETUP - This includes the RECORD CONFIGURATION and SCHEDULE
SETUP screens.
3. CONFIGURATION - This includes HDD MANAGEMENT, TIME/DATE SETUP,
CAMERA SETUP, INTERVAL SETUP, ALARM SETUP, BUZZER SETUP,
PASSWORD SETUP, and SYSTEM INFORMATION screens.
4. EXTERNAL DEVICE - This includes the TCP/IP SETUP, SPOT SETUP screens.
5. BACK-UP - This allows you to backup recordings to a USB Device.
6. FIRMWARE UPGRADE - Used to upgrade firmware by using USB memory stick.
7. FACTORY DEFAULT - Reset the DVR to factory defaults.
8. LANGUAGE - Change the OSD language.
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4-2: DISPLAY SETUP
4-2-1: SCREEN SETUP
1. VERTICAL POSITION - Used to adjust the vertical position of image.
2. HORIZONTAL POSITION - Used to adjust the horizontal position of image.
3. BORDER ENABLE - Enables the display of border.
4. BORDER WIDTH - Used to adjust the width of the borders.
5. BORDER COLOR - Used to adjust the color of the border
4-2-2: ON SCREEN DISPLAY SETUP (OSD)
1. TOP OSD OFFSET - Adjusts the position of the top OSD.
2. BOTTOM OSD OFFSET - Adjusts the position of the bottom OSD.
4-3: RECORD SETUP
1. RECORD SETUP - This sets the recording mode, resolution, picture quality, and
recording frame rate.
2. SCHEDULE SETUP - This programs the recording schedule.
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4-3-1: RECORD SETUP
This screen allows you to adjust quality settings for each camera independently.
1. CHANNEL - Select the camera channel you want to configure.
2. RESOLUTION - Set recording resolution.
704×240 (NTSC) / 720×288(PAL)
352×240 (NTSC) / 360×288(PAL)
3. QUALITY - This sets up the recording picture quality. The quality levels are: Low / Mid
/ High / Super / Hyper. To send more images and longer recording times faster over the
network, set the Quality to “Low” or “Mid”, Frame Rate to a lower number, and
Recording Resolution to 352×240(360×288).
4. FRAME RATE - Sets the recording speed when an alarm is triggered.
NTSC - 1~30 FPS
PAL - 1~25 FPS
4-3-2: SCHEDULE SETUP
This screen is used to program a weekly recording schedule. This schedule will
be in effect every week until you make changes. Each camera must be scheduled
independently.
1. CHANNEL - Allows you to select the camera channel you would like to schedule.
2. TYPE - Allows you to select a recording mode. The recording modes are as below:
C: Set as continuous record.
M: Sets as motion record, this triggers recording when there is motion detected
A: Set as Alarm record. When there is an alarm triggered.
M&A: Set as Motion+ Alarm record.
3. ALL - By clicking on the times at the top, all blocks for the time can be activated or
deactivated for the whole week.
4. 0~24 Hour - To activate or cancel the hours in a week which are scheduled.
5. SUN~SAT - To activate or cancel the hours scheduled in a day.
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1. If the DVR is set to MOTION RECORDING and the DVR keeps recording
continuously or is not triggered to record as you expect, please check the sensitivity
settings and the motion mask setup in CONFIGURATION►MOTION SETUP.
2. If the motion settings are not sensitive enough, you may want to lower the sensitivity
level and define a motion detection area for more accuracy. If the motion is not
triggered as your expectation, you may want to increase the sensitivity level, clear
the motion mask, or enlarge the detection area.
4-4: CONFIGURATION
1. HDD MANAGEMENT - This screen includes HDD SETUP (HDD Clear), and
HDD INFORMATION.
2. CAMERA SETUP - This screen includes CAMERA TITLE and BRIGHTNESS,
CONTRAST, SATURATION, HUE
3. MOTION SETUP - This screen includes SENSITIVITY, DURATION, and DETECT CELL
NUMBER settings.
4. INTERVAL SETUP - Sets up the switch interval time of the Full screen and the
PIP screen.
5. TIME/DATE SETUP - Programs the system date and time.
6. PASSWORD SETUP - Create/change the system password.
7. BUZZER SETUP - Sets the Buzzer to ON or OFF at a certain condition.
4-4-1: HDD MANAGEMENT
The HDD management screen displays information about the HDD including model, serial,
blocks, size, and speed. The following options are available:
• OVERWRITE:
Allows the DVR to overwrite old footage when it runs out of disk
space. This is useful for continuous recording, and allows you to
record indefinitely without the need to erase your recorded footage.
• FORMAT HDD: Format the HDD to factory specifications. Warning: Formatting the
HDD will erase all of your recorded footage. If you decide to install a
different HDD, it is necessary to format it before you begin recording.
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4-4-2: CAMERA SETUP
1. CHANNEL - Selects the camera to be modified.
2. TITLE - Inputs the camera title, maximum of 8 characters.
3. BRIGHTNESS - Adjusts the image brightness (-32~31).
4. CONTRAST - Adjusts the color contrast (-32~31).
5. SATURATION - Adjusts the color saturation (-32~31).
6. HUE - Adjusts the color hue (-32~31).
4-4-3: MOTION SETUP
1. CHANNEL - Select the channel to which you want to make adjustments.
2. SENSITIVITY GRADE - Adjusts the motion detection sensitivity.
1 (LOW) ~ 5 (VERY HIGH)
3. RECORD DURATION - You can set the DVR to record for a specific duration of time
after motion is detected.
4. DETECT CELL NUMBER - This will only be triggered when the cells in motion are
MORE THAN the number the user has set. Therefore the smaller the number is, the
more sensitive the detection is.
5. MOTION MASK - Users can set up which areas to detect motion and which not to
detect motion. The area that is marked not to detect motion is grey. This feature is
useful for blocking motion detection in areas with consistent motion in your camera’s
view, such as cars driving by. Click the left mouse button to extend or retract the zone
WITHOUT motion detection, and click the right mouse button to extend or retract the
zone WITH motion detection.
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4-4-4: ALARM SETUP
NOTE: Alarm output can be
triggered by alarm input and
motion. Video loss cannot
trigger an alarm output.
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CHANNEL
Select a channel for the setup.
ALARM INPUT
Set up the Alarm Input type.
NORMAL CLOSE- when the alarm is
triggered, the circuit turns closed (ON).
NORMAL OPEN- when the alarm is
triggered, the circuit turns opened (OFF).
DURATION
Set up a post- alarm recording duration and
the alarm output duration. The duration
setting is applied to both functions. The
setting range is from 1 second to 99 seconds.
4-4-5: INTERVAL SETUP
This menu allows you to adjust the time intervals of various DVR functions.
1. SEQUENCE SCREEN - Full screen sequence interval setup. (Range: 1~99 SEC)
2. PIP SCREEN - Picture in Picture, the sub-picture’s sequence interval setup.
(Range: 1~99 SEC)
3. EVENT UPDATE - The Event Update Time is to avoid the DVR from recording the
event logs from the same event. The event types include alarm, motion and video loss.
When an event is triggered, it is possible that the same event keeps on being triggered
for a period of time. With the help of Event Update Time, whenever there is an event,
the DVR records the starting time and information of the event in the Event Log, and
ignores the following events within this set duration. This feature helps avoid excessive
and unnecessary event reports. For example, if a camera detects motion and continues
to detect motion caused by the same person/animal/object, the DVR will group it under
the same event as long as the motion occurs within the specified event duration. The
duration range of the Event Update time is from 10 seconds to 990 seconds.
4-4-6: TIME/DATE SETUP
The date and time set by the manufacturer may
differ from your time zone. It is very important that
you set up the system’s date and time before the
DVR starts recording. Set the date and time by
using the mouse wheel.
DATE FORMAT - Asia/American/European
TIME FORMAT - 12 hours/24 hours
MONTH FORMAT - English/Numeric
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1. We strongly recommend that you change the following settings as soon as you
power on the DVR:
(A) Set up the time/date.
(B) Go to the HDD management and FORMAT HDD. This will clear the video you
recorded after power on and avoid any time/date discrepancies.
2. DO NOT change the date and time after the recording starts. It may corrupt the
DVR’s data archive and cause playback errors. If it is necessary to change date and
time after the recording starts, please repeat step 1 to avoid errors.
4-4-7: PASSWORD SETUP
The password consists of 1 to 8 digits. Click the 0 ~ 9 to enter the password.
Then click ENTER to confirm the password and enter the system.
1. USER ID - Displays User ID.
2. USER PW - Enter the current password.
3. NEW PW - Enter the new password.
4. CONFIRM PW - Enter the new password again for confirmation.
Note: Always write down your password and keep it in a safe location. If you lose your
password, contact DEFENDER for support.
4-4-8: BUZZER SETUP
1. KEY TONE - Turns the beeps on or off while
operating the DVR.
2. VIDEO LOSS - Turns the alarm on or off at the
video loss.
4-5: EXTERNAL DEVICE
1. TCP/IP SETUP - Sets up the DVR’s TCP/IP
configuration (for network use).
2. SPOT SETUP - SPOT video output setup.
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4-5-1: TCP/IP CONFIGURATION
IP SETUP
1. MAC ADDRESS - Shows the DVR’s MAC address. This is a unique address that is
assigned to your DVR. You cannot change the MAC address. Please write it down.
2. DHCP MODE - Specifies whether the DHCP mode is set to Manual or Automatic. When
DHCP is set to Automatic, you can not change any IP settings in this page. To turn off
the DHCP automatic detection, exit this page and go to DHCP SETUP to change
the setting.
3. IP PORT - Set up IP Port information.
4. IP ADDRESS - Set up the DVR’s IP address.
5. GATEWAY - Set the GATEWAY information.
6. SUBNET - Set the SUBNET MASK information.
DDNS SETUP
1. DDNS ENABLE - Turn ON and OFF the DDNS function.
2. DNS SERVER - Set up the DNS Server’s IP address. Use the Mouse Wheel to change
this value.
3. INTERVAL - Set up an interval for the DVR to report its IP address to the DDNS server
automatically. (D- day / H- hour / M- minute). Use the mouse wheel to change the value.
4. REGISTER - Connect to the DDNS server and register the DVR information to the
server. Click REGISTER to start the registration process.
5. DNS STATUS - Indicates the current status of the DDNS connection.
6.IP ADDRESS - Indicates the current IP address recorded in the server.
7.IP PORT - Indicates the current IP port recorded in the server.
8.REMAIN TIME - Indicates the remaining time to report to the server.
9.LAST REGISTRATION DATE - Indicate the time of the last registration.
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4-5-2: PAN/TILT SETUP
COMMAND SETUP
1.CHANNEL
Select PTZ channel.
2.MODEL
Select PTZ protocol.
3.PTZ ID
Select PTZ ID.
4.BUADRATE
Select Baud Rate of PTZ control code.
5.CMD DELAY
Set up a delay time to run the command.
6.COMMAND
Pick up PTZ CMD.
7.LENGTH
Set up the length of PTZ control code.
8.CODE
The control code of PTZ CMD.
SPEED SETUP
1.PAN SPEED
Set the PANing speed.
2.TILT SPEED
Set the TILTing speed.
3.ZOOM SPEED
Set the speed of ZOOM IN/OUT.
4.FOCUS SPEED
Set the speed of FOCUS NEAR/FAR.
4-5-3: SPOT SETUP
This menu allows you to change settings for the
SPOT video out. The spot video out is designed
to only display a camera channel when motion
is detected. To use the SPOT function, you must
connect an external monitor to the SPOT video out
jack located on the back of the DVR.
1. SWITCH INTERVAL - Channel switching interval time (Range:01 ~ 99 sec).
2. MOTION POP UP - Turns the MOTION detection pop up ON or OFF.
3. EVENT POP UP DURATION - If events such as ALARM or MOTION happen on several
channels at the same time, Channel 1 has the first priority to pop up. For example, if
events happen on channel 1, channel 2 and channel 4 at the same time, channel 1
pops up. If the motion disappears on channel 1, then channel 2 pops up for the duration
that you set. However, even though motion happens on channel 1 again within the
duration, Channel 2 still displays. If motion on Channel 1 keeps on going even after the
duration of channel 2, Channel 1 pops up again. Setting the duration to a shorter time
will make the channel pop ups more immediate. Setting the duration to a longer time
may make it easier to see what is happening on each camera.
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4-5-4: RS232C SETUP
1.PAN SPEED
Set the PANing speed.
2.TILT SPEED
Set the TILTing speed.
3.ZOOM SPEED
Set the speed of ZOOM IN/OUT.
4.FOCUS SPEED
Set the speed of FOCUS NEAR/FAR.
4-6: BACKUP
This menu allows you to transfer your video
footage to a USB drive.
1. HDD - Indicate the start and end recording date and time of the footage you would like
to back up.
2. USB - Select a start date and time for backup. Use the mouse wheel to change the
value. Then go to SIZE to choose a backup size.
3. SIZE - Insert a USB device and the DVR will check the drive size and displays it on the
screen. Use the Mouse wheel to change the value. The DVR calculates the end date
and time for backup automatically.
4. BACKUP - Move the cursor to “BACK-UP” and click to start the backup. The system
will save the file in AJP format. You will need to install the program “BACKUP PLAYER”
to play the backup files on your computer. From this software you can convert your AJP
files to a Windows native video format (.AVI). Please refer to Section 5: USB Backup for
more details.
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4-7: LANGUAGE
Selects a language for the OSD. Press enter to
cycle through the languages.
4-8: FACTORY DEFAULT
Reset the DVR to factory defaults.
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SECTION 5: USB BACKUP PLAYER
5-1: BACKUP STATUS
System status messages: USB STORAGE IS CHECKING
1. USB STORAGE IS AVAILABLE
2. START WRITE IN USB STORAGE
3. FINISH WRITE IN USB STORAGE
5-2: BACKUP PLAYER SOFTWARE INSTALLATION
1. Insert software CD.
2. Left click on Install backup player to start the installation.
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3. Select a destination folder
4. Copy files to the destination folder. The computer system will build a new icon of for
the BACKUP PLAYER on the desktop. Double click the icon of Backup Player from the
desktop to run the program.
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5-3: BACKUP PLAYER SOFTWARE INTERFACE
1. DISPLAY SCREEN - Displays the backup image
2. TIME DISPLAY - Indicates the current time
3. INFORMATION WINDOW - Indicate the file’s start/end time and date, and the backup
video quality (resolution).
4. SPEED ADJUSTMENT:
Speed - Select a playback speed (2X, 4X, 8X, 16X, 32X)
and press
for Fast Rewind and
Fast Forward
Delay - Select a speed to play in slow motion (1/2X, 1/4, 1/8X, 1/16X)
and press
for Rewind and
for Forward
5.
: Select a [1 / 4] camera screen display
6.
: Go to the next page
7. FUNCTION BUTTONS:
: Go to the previous page
8.CHANNEL SELECTION - To select a single channel from CH1 to CH4
9.AVI SAVE - To save the backup video to AVI format
10. EDIT - Opens the dialog window to save a single frame as a JPEG file or print it out.
11. Open - Opens the backup file from a CD-R
12. EXIT - Exits the program
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5-3-1: OPENING AJP FILES
1. Select OPEN and the window below will show up on the screen.
2. Select the file and click OPEN to play the AJP file.
5-3-2: SAVE JPG FILE
1. During playback and under FULL SCREEN MODE, when you see the picture you want
to save, click EDIT.
2. Select SAVE to save the picture as JPEG file or select PRINT to print the image.
1. Adjusts the picture’s settings.
2. Saves a single picture as a
JPG file.
3. Prints the picture.
4. Exits the EDIT mode.
5-3-3: SAVE AS AVI FILE
During playback, you can save the backup file to AVI format.
1.Open the backup file. Set the file to the point where you want to start saving as an AVI
file. Select AVI SAVE to open the AVI SAVE dialog window.
2. Select the channel, frame rate, and AVI image size.
3. Select ”START” to save and “END” to stop the process.
4. Left click AVI SAVE again to close the AVI SAVE dialog window.
1. CHANNEL: Select a channel to save
2. FRAME RATE: Select how many frames to save
every second
3. SIZE: Set the resolution as 360*240 or 720*480
4. START: Start saving AVI file
5. END: Cancel saving AVI file
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SECTION 6: NETWORK INSTALLATION
& SETUP
6-1: NETWORK INSTALLATION & SETUP
IMPORTANT: If you have an existing computer connected to the internet, you will need
to use a router to connect your DVR to the network so both your computer and DVR can
access the internet at the same time. Port forwarding is required if connecting your DVR to
a router. Please refer to Section 6-2 for a detailed port forwarding guide.
NOTE: If accessing your DVR from the Internet, it is recommended that you use the DDNS
service outlined in Section 6-4. This service provides you with an easy way to login to your
DVR from a secure website.
6-1-1: VIA CABLE
1. Connect the network cable from the ETHERNET port of your DVR to an open LAN port
on your router.
2. Enter SYSTEM MENU ► EXTERNAL DEVICE ►TCP/IP SETUP ► IP SETUP ► DHCP
MODE. Select DHCP MODE and press enter to switch the DHCP MODE to AUTOMATIC.
3. The DVR’s MAC address will be displayed. Write it down. You will need this information
when setting up remote access.
4. Select IP DETECT and press ENTER to IP DETECT. The DVR will automatically get the
IP ADDRESS, SUBNET MASK, and GATEWAY from the cable modem and display the
IP information on the DVR. Write the IP address down. You will need this information
when setting up remote access.
4.Press MENU and go back to the previous setup page (TCP/IP SETUP). Go to IP
SETUP to configure the port number. You can either use the default port number or
assign a new one (it is recommended that you use the default port number).
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6-1-2: VIA ADSL
VIA ADSL WITH STATIC IP ADDRESS
1.Connect the network cable from the ETHERNET port of your DVR to an open LAN port
on your router.
2.Enter SYSTEM MENU ► EXTERNAL DEVICE ► TP/IP SETUP ► IP SETUP. Enter the IP
address, gateway, and subnet mask provided by your ISP.
3.Use the default port number, or change it to a custom port number (it is recommended
that you use the default port number).
4.If you find that you cannot enter or change any settings, check to see if DHCP is set to
Automatic. Press MENU to go back to the previous page (TCP/IP Setup), and then
enter IP SETUP. Select DHCP MODE and press ENTER to switch DHCP to MANUAL.
VIA ADSL WITH DYNAMIC IP
1.If you have ADSL with a Dynamic IP address, the network administrator assigns you an
IP address from their pool when you or your ISP reboots the network and you may get a
different IP address from time to time.
2.If you are using ADSL service with a Dynamic IP, you must add a router in the network
system, unless your DSL modem has a built-in router.
3.Go to EXTERNAL DEVICE ► TCP/IP SETUP ► IP SETUP to enter the IP address for
the DVR and the values for your gateway and subnet mask. The gateway IP is your
router’s IP address and the subnet mask should match the subnet mask values of
your router.
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Tip: If you have computers running Windows connected to the router, you can find the
subnet mask and gateway information from the computers. From the Windows desktop
Start Menu, choose Run. Type "cmd" to open a command prompt. In the command prompt
window, type “ipconfig” and press "ENTER." The window will display the computer’s
IP configuration. Your DVR should have the same subnet mask and gateway as the
computer, if they are connected to the same router. In addition, the first 3 segments of
the local IP address should be the same as well. For example, if your computer’s local IP
address is 192.168.1.100, your DVR’s IP address should be 192.168.1.XXX.
4.You can either use the default port number or assign a new one (it is recommended that
you use the default port number).
5.If you find that you cannot enter or change any addresses, check if DHCP is set to
Automatic. Press MENU to go back to the previous page (TCP/IP Setup) and then enter
IP SETUP. Select DHCP MODE and press ENTER to switch DHCP to MANUAL.
6.Refer to section 6-2 for port forwarding instructions.
7.Since you may get different IP addresses from time to time, setting up the DDNS
service (Section 6-4) allows you to log in remotely, instead of using the IP addresses
that are constantly changing.
6-2: ROUTER PORT FORWARDING GUIDE
It is necessary to forward incoming traffic on your DVR’s port (default: 50000) so that your
DVR can accept remote connections from the Internet. Every router requires different steps
to port forward. Use the following index to find your specific router manufacturer:
6-2-1: BELKIN ROUTER
6-2-2: D-LINK ROUTER
6-2-3: LINKSYS WIRELESS ROUTER
6-2-4: LINKSYS WIRED ROUTER
6-2-5: WESTELL ROUT ER
6-2-6: NETGEAR ROUTER
6-2-7: NETOPIA ROUTER
6-2-8: MOTOROLA ROUTER
6-2-9: TWO-WIRE ROUTER
6-2-10: PPOE SETUP
6-2-1: BELKIN ROUTER
The port forwarding process is dependant on the brand and model number of the router
being used. Port forwarding of a router is required with your system to allow user access to
your DVR. Regardless of the Belkin Wired Router being used, the process of port forwarding
is similar. You will need to enable the ports by locating the port range forwarding screen.
With most Belkin routers the port forwarding screen is located within the Virtual Servers
option tab. The set up instruction outlined below is an example of port forwarding using
Belkin Model F5D8230-4.
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Step 1:
Open your web browser. Enter the router IP address 192.168.2.1 in the address bar,
followed by pressing Enter.
Step 2:
In the status page, select the Virtual Servers option located down the left hand side of the page.
Step 3:
In the Administrator’s page, enter your password. The default setting is left blank. Select
the Submit button.
In the Virtual Server screen proceed as follows:
- Enable the system by checking the enabled box
- In the Description column enter a description of your DVR.
- In the Inbound Port entry field enter in the first box the first number of the port you
need to port forward and the ending port number in the second box in (e.g. 50000 - 50000)
- In the Type field, select Both.
- In the Private IP Address field, enter the IP address of the DVR
- In the Private Ports column re-enter in the first box, the first number of the port you
need to port forward and in the second box the ending port number (e.g. 50000 - 50000)
- Select the Apply Changes button located at the top of the page to save your changes
Port forwarding is now complete for the Belkin router!
6-2-2: D-LINK ROUTER
The port forwarding process is dependant on the brand and model number of the router being
used. Port forwarding of a router is required with your system to allow user access to your
DVR. Regardless of the DLINK Wireless Router being used, the process of port forwarding
is similar. You will need to enable the ports by locating the port range forwarding screen.
With some DLINK routers the port forwarding screen is located within the Applications and
Games or Filters tab; in others it is located in the advance tools tab. The set up instruction
outlined below is an example of port forwarding using a D-LINK Model DI-524 router.
Step 1:
Open your web browser. Enter the router IP address 192.168.0.1 in the address bar,
followed by pressing Enter.
Step 2:
Enter the user name (admin). Leave the password blank followed by pressing the OK button.
Step 3:
Select the Advanced tab.
Step 4:
- Select the Virtual Server tab.
- In the Name field enter a description of your DVR.
- In the Private IP field enter the DVR IP address.
- In the Protocol field, select Both.
- In the Private port enter the port number you need to port forward (e.g. 50000)
- In the Public port re-enter the port number you entered in the private port field (e.g. 50000)
- Select the Schedule to Always.
If more ports are required to be port forwarded, repeat the above steps. When complete,
select the Apply button located at the bottom of the page to save your changes.
Port forwarding is now complete for the D-Link router!
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6-2-3: LINKSYS WIRELESS ROUTER
Enable the system by checking the enabled box. The port forwarding process is dependant
on the brand and model number of the router being used. Port forwarding of a router is
required with your system to allow user access to your DVR. Regardless of the Linksys
Wireless Router being used, the process of port forwarding is similar. You will need to
enable the ports by locating the port range forwarding screen. With some Linksys routers
the port forwarding screen is located within the Applications and Games or Filters tab; in
others it is located in the advance tools tab. The set up instruction outlined below is an
example of port forwarding using a Linksys Model WRK54GV2.
Step 1:
Open your web browser. Enter the router IP address 192.168.1.1 in the address bar,
followed by pressing Enter.
Step 2:
Enter the user name and password (admin by default) and press the OK button.
Step 3:
Select the Applications and Gaming tab.
Step 4:
Select the Port Range Forwarding tab.
- In the Application column enter a description of your DVR.
- In the Start entry field enter the first number of the port you need to port forward (e.g. 50000)
- In the End entry field enter the last number of the port you need to port forward (e.g. 50000)
- In the Protocol field, select Both.
- In the IP address field, enter the computer network IP address you recorded previously
during the Quick Set Up Guide process.
- Enable the system by checking the enabled box.
- Select the Save settings button located at the bottom of the page to save your changes
Port forwarding is now complete for the wireless Linksys router!
6-2-4: LINKSYS WIRED ROUTER
The port forwarding process is dependant on the brand and model number of the router being
used. Port forwarding of a router is required with your system to allow user access to your
DVR. Regardless of the Linksys Wired Router being used, the process of port forwarding
is similar. You will need to enable the ports by locating the port range forwarding screen.
With some Linksys routers the port forwarding screen is located within the Applications and
Games or Filters tab; in others it is located in the advance tools tab. The set up instruction
outlined below is an example of port forwarding using Linksys Model BEFSR41.
Step 1:
Open your web browser. Enter the router IP address 192.168.1.1 in the address bar,
followed by pressing Enter.
Step 2:
Enter the user name and password (admin by default) and press the OK button.
Step 3:
Select the Applications and Gaming tab.
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Step 4:
- Select the Port Range Forwarding tab.
- In the Application column enter a description of your DVR.
- In the Start entry field enter the first number of the port you need to port forward (e.g. 50000)
- In the End entry field enter the last number of the port you need to port forward (e.g. 50000)
- In the Protocol field, select Both.
- In the IP address field, enter the computer network IP address you recorded previously
during the Quick Set Up Guide process.
- Enable the system by checking the enabled box.
- Select the Save settings button located at the bottom of the page to save your changes.
Port forwarding is now complete for the wired Linksys router!
6-2-5: WESTELL ROUTER
The port forwarding process may vary depending on the brand and model number of the
router being used. Port forwarding of a router is required to allow user access to your DVR.
Regardless of the Westell Router being used, the process of port forwarding is similar. You will
need to enable the ports by locating the port range forwarding screen. The set up instruction
outlined below is an example of port forwarding a Westell Router using Westell VERSALINK.
Step 1:
Open your web browser. Enter the router IP address 192.168.62.1 in the address bar,
followed by pressing Enter.
Step 2:
Enter ‘admin’ in the User Name and ‘admin’ in the Password dialog box to enter the
Westell configuration page.
Step 3:
Select ‘Configuration’
Step 4:
Select the Define Custom Service Tab.
Step 5:
- In the Port Range setting screen, proceed as follows:
- In the Service Name field, type DVR
- In the Global Port Range field, enter in the first box, the first number of the port you
need to port forward (e.g. 50000) and in the second box the ending port number (e.g. 50000)
- In the Base Host Port enter the first port to be forwarded (e.g. 50000)
- In Protocol, select TCP
- Select the Next button when complete
Step 6:
A confirmation window will appear on the screen which shows the same information just
entered. Select the close button to continue. You should now be in the Configuration
Window screen. Select the Define Customer Service button, followed by selecting the Port
Forwarding Ranges of Port option. Finally click the Next button.
Step 7:
Use the Select a Service drop down box and select the configuration just created. Select
the Enable button.
Port forwarding is now complete for the Westell router!
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6-2-6: NETGEAR ROUTER
The port forwarding process may vary depending on the brand and model number of the
router being used. Port forwarding of a router is required to allow user access to your DVR.
Regardless of the Netgear router being used, the process of port forwarding is similar.
You will need to enable the ports by locating the port range forwarding screen. The set up
instruction outlined below is an example of port forwarding a Netgear Router using Netgear
Model DG 824M.
Step 1:
Open your web browser. Enter the router IP address 192.168.0.1 in the address bar,
followed by pressing Enter.
Step 2:
Enter ‘admin’ in the User Name and ‘password’ in the Password dialog box to enter the
Westell configuration page.
Step 3:
Select the Services button in the Security menu
Step 4:
- In the Services menu, select the Add Custom Service button
- In the Services screen, proceed as follows:
- In the Name field, select DVR
- In the Type field, select TCP
- In the Start Port field, enter the first number of the port you need to port forward (e.g. 50000)
- In the Finish Port field, enter the ending port number (e.g. 50000)
- Check the Apply button. Next, in the Security option, select Rules
- Next, in the Rules screen select Add in the inbound services.
- Next, in the Inbound services proceed as follows:
- In the Service drop down list, select the newly created DVR entry.
- In the Action field, select ALLOW always.
- In the Send to LAN Server field, enter your computers IP address.
- In the WAN Users field, set to Any.
- In the Log field, set to Never.
- Click on Apply.
Port forwarding is now complete for the Netgear router!
6-2-7: NETOPIA ROUTER
The port forwarding process may vary depending on the brand and model number of the
router being used. Port forwarding of a router is required to allow user access to your
DVR. Regardless of the Netopia router being used, the process of port forwarding is similar.
You will need to enable the ports by locating the port range forwarding screen. The set up
instruction outlined below is an example of port forwarding a Netopia Router using Netopia
Model 3346.
Step 1:
- Open your web browser.
- Enter the router IP address 192.168.62.1 in the address bar, followed by pressing Enter.
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Step 2:
Enter ‘admin’ in the User Name and ‘1234’ in the Password dialog box followed by ‘OK’ to
enter the Netopia configuration page.
Step 3:
Select Expert Mode.
Step 4:
- Select the Yes, enter expert mode button
- Select Configure followed by selecting NAT.
Step 6:
- Select the Define Custom Service button
- Select Port Forwarding Range of Ports, followed by Next.
Step 7:
In the Port Range screen, proceed as follows:
- In the Service Name field, type DVR
- In the Global Port Range field, enter in the first box, the first number of the port you
need to port forward (e.g. 50000) and in the second box the ending port number (e.g. 50000)
- In the Base Host Port enter the first port to be forwarded (e.g. 50000)
- In Protocol, select TCP
- Select the Next button when complete
Step 8:
In the Nat Configuration Menu, use the Service Name down box and select the
configuration just created. Select the Enable button.
Port forwarding is now complete for the Netopia router!
6-2-8: MOTOROLA ROUTER
The port forwarding process may vary depending on the brand and model number of the
router being used. Port forwarding of a router is required to allow user access to your DVR.
Regardless of the Motorola router being used, the process of port forwarding is similar.
You will need to enable the ports by locating the port range forwarding screen. The set
up instruction outlined below is an example of port forwarding a Motorola Router using
Motorola Model SBG 1000.
Step 1:
Open your web browser. Enter the router IP address 192.168.0.1 in the address bar,
followed by pressing Enter.
Step 2:
Enter ‘admin’ in the User ID and ‘motorola’ in the Password dialog box followed by clicking
‘Log In’ to enter the Motorola configuration page.
Step 3:
Select the Gateway button
Step 4:
Select the Port Forwarding button
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Step 5:
Select In the Add New Port Forward Entry screen, proceed as follows:
- In the Template field, select Custom
- In the Name field, select DVR
- In the Port Start field, enter the first number of the port you need to port forward (e.g. 50000).
- In the Port End field, enter the ending port number (e.g. 50000).
- In the LAN IP Address field enter the IP address (192.168.0.1).
- Check the Enable button
- Finally, click the Add button, followed by selecting the Apply button.
Port forwarding is now complete for the Motorola router!
6-2-9: TWO-WIRE ROUTER
The port forwarding process may vary depending on the brand and model number of the
router being used. Port forwarding of a router is required to allow user access to your DVR.
Regardless of the Two-Wire Router being used, the process of port forwarding is similar. You
will need to enable the ports by locating the port range forwarding screen (Note: in many two
wire systems, it is located in the firewall setting). The set up instruction outlined below is an
example of port forwarding a Two-Wire Router using the Two-Wire Model 1500000G.
Step 1:
Open your web browser. Enter the router IP address 192.168.1.254 in the address bar,
followed by pressing Enter.
Step 2:
Select the Firewall Tab.
Step 3:
Select Firewall Settings.
Step 4:
In the Edit Firewall Settings tab, select add a new user defined application.
Step 5:
- In the Edit Firewall Settings proceed as follows:
- In the Select a Computer field, select DVR.
- In the Edit a Firewall Setting, check the Allow Individual Applications box and highlight
the DVR application which you just created. Click Add.
Step 6:
- Select the Back button to return to the Edit Firewall Screen
- In the Edit Firewall Settings proceed as follows:
- In the Application Name field, type DVR.
- In the Protocol selection, select TCP.
- In the Port field, enter in the first box, the first number of the port you need to port
forward (e.g. 50000) and in the second box the ending port number (e.g. 50000).
- Select the Add Definition button.
- Finally select the Done button at the bottom of the screen.
Port forwarding is now complete for the Two-Wire Router!
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6-2-10: PPPOE SETUP
- Select the mode in WAN connection Type
- Enter the static IP Address, Subnet Mask, Gateway, DNS provided by your ISP
-
-
-
Select PPPoE in WAN connection Type
Enter User Name and Password provided by your ISP
The router will get the IP address upon connection. In this example, we get the IP address
of 211.20.82.39.
6-3: CLIENT SOFTWARE
6-3-1: INSTALL & SETUP
Note: We suggest installing the software on Windows XP or Windows 2000.
1.Insert the install CD into your CD-ROM drive
2.If the software does not autostart, click My Computer from either the Desktop or the Start
Menu. Find your CD Drive icon and double-click. The software installation will begin.
3.Click ”Install client software”
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6-3-2: INSTALL CLIENT SOFTWARE
- Select a destination folder.
- When finished, the software will create a shortcut on the desktop.
- Click the shortcut to run the client software.
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6-3-3: CLIENT SOFTWARE INTERFACE
Use this client software to access your DVR on your internal network.
1. Live Display
Remote DVR Live display
2. Current Status
To show the current connection status
3. Screen Split
To select Full/4/9/16 split screen display
4. PTZ Camera Control
To control PTZ Camera Zoom/Focus/Direction
Remote Control of PTZ (optional):
1) Set up PTZ on the DVR first
2) Set up PTZ from the client software
5. Sequence
Full screen sequencing.
6. Channel Selection
To select CAM1~4 when full or split screen display.
7. Connect
To select a DVR IP address from IP list for connection.
8. Disconnect
To disconnect the DVR.
9. Playback
To enter playback.
10.Setup
To enter the client software setup (see Section 6-3-4 for details)
11.Power
To close the remote program. The connection to the DVR will be terminated after the
remote software is closed.
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6-3-4: CLIENT SOFTWARE SETUP
Click SETUP to set up a connection to your DVR on your internal network, and click on the
[IP/PORT] tab. If you are setting up a new DVR to connect, follow these steps:
1.Choose a name for your DVR.
2.Enter the DVR’s IP address (the one you wrote down earlier in Section 6-1) and port
number (default: 50000).
3.Enter the user ID as “ADMIN” and DVR Admin’s password
4.Press SAVE and then OK. Click CONNECT from Remote Viewer Interface
Note: Refer to the diagram below for details.
1. IP LIST - Shows the list of saved DVR IP addresses. If you are connecting to a DVR in
this list, you can simply click it from the list, enter the DVR password, and press SAVE and
then OK. Click CONNECT from the Remote Viewer Interface to connect.
2. NAME - Type a name for your DVR.
3. ADDRESS - Enter the DVR’s IP address.
4. USER ID - Enter the User ID of the DVR (default: ADMIN).
5. MANUAL/DDNS - Set to MANUAL.
6. PORT - Enter the port number of the DVR (default: 50000)
7. PASSWORD - Enter the DVR’s password.
1. How to find out my real IP address: if you have computers connected to the router
which the DVR is connected to, you can use your computer and go to
http://www.whatismyip.com to find out your current IP address.
2. What is a virtual IP address: The Internet Assigned Numbers Authority has reserved
the following three blocks of the IP address space for private internet (local networks):
10.0.0.0 - 10.255.255.255
172.16.0.0 - 172.31.255.255
192.168.0.0 - 192.168.255.255
Also, IP addresses in the range of 169.254.0.0 -169.254.255.255 are reserved for Automatic Private IP Addressing. These IPs should not be used on the Internet.
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DDNS
1. User Name
Enter the User name registered on the DDNS Server. Please refer to 7-5 DDNS setup
and operation for details. You MUST set up the DDNS service before configuring this tab.
2. DVR Name
Enter the DVR name registered on DDNS Server. If the DVR name is entered and
saved before, click LOAD to browse the list.
3. Save/Load
Save: Save the setup into the DDNS list
Load: Open the DDNS list. . Please see the following illustration [DDNS LIST] for details.
4. IP Address
Show DVR’s current IP address and Port number.
5. USER ID
Enter ADMIN
6. PASSWORD
Enter the DVR Admin’s password.
7. Get IP
Click “Get IP” to get the current DVR IP address and port number from DDNS server.
8. Click OK and then click CONNECT from the Remote Viewer Interface.
DDNS LIST
1. DDNS SETUP LIST
Show all saved DDNS setup.
2. OK/Cancel
Choose a certain setup in the list then click
OK or Cancel.
3. Delete
Delete a selected item from the list.
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PTZ / SAVE
1. Set Path to Save Recorded Images
Set a path to save the video clips. If you do not specify a path, the program will save all
files to its default location.
2. Run in Full Screen Mode
Check the box to enlarge the interface to fullscreen.
3. Circular Monitoring Interval
Set up a sequential switch interval. This will determine how fast the cameras cycle
between each other.
4. Scan Rate
Select a Fast forward (FF) speed of remote Playback.
6-3-5 PTZ CONTROL
1. ZOOM
Use + / - to adjust PTZ Zoom IN/OUT.
2. FOCUS
Use + / - to adjust PTZ Focus.
3. PAN/TILT CONTROL
Click the direction buttons to control Pan and Tilt.
4. PTZ ID
Show the PTZ camera that is under control.
5. +/Click +/- to select a PTZ ID.
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6-3-6 REMOTE PLAYBACK
When the DVR is connected, click PLAYBACK to enter
the Playback interface.
REMOTE PLAYBACK INTERFACE
1. Playback Picture
To show the playback video
2. Time/Date Selection
To select time/date of playback
3. Record and Playback Status
START – To show the record START Time/Date
END – To show the record END Time/Date
REQUEST – To show the record DISPLAY Time/Date
4. Screen Split
To select Full/4 split screen display
5. Search Button
To operate the search function
6. Time Selection
To select the time of playback
7. Channel Selection
To select CAM1~4 when full screen display
8. Auxiliary Function Button
SAVE : To save image as JPEG file to PC when the playback is paused.
PRINT : To print out the picture when the playback is paused.
EVENT : To show the DVR’s event list.
RECORD : To save the record image to the assigned path as AVI format.
User can play AVI file using Windows Media Player.
9. Power
To close the playback program and return to Remote Viewer.
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SEARCH BUTTON
1. Fast Reward (RW)
2. Fast Forward (FF)
3. RW (Speed 1X)
4. Stop / Pause
5. Playback (Speed 1X)
6. Go to the beginning of recording
7. Jump to the previous hour
8. Jump to the next hour
9. Go to the end of recording
REMOTE PLAYBACK OPERATION
- Drag the mouse over the time bar to select a playback time.
- Select a Year/Month/Day to play back.
- Click RW or PLAYBACK to start the playback
- If the DVR cannot find the selected playback date
and time, the playback will start from the next
available video clip.
PLAYBACK BY EVENT LIST
- You can search a playback video clip by EVENT LIST. The
events include Video Loss, Motion and Alarm.
- Press “EVENT”
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- Select an event from Event List
and click twice to start playback
6-3-7: BACKUP VIA CLIENT SOFTWARE
Save the recorded data as single JPEG picture or AVI format.
Save the recorded data as a single JPEG picture
-Press “STOP” during playback at the point you
want to save and press “SAVE”.
-The picture will be saved to the assigned path (set
up in 7-4-4 [Remote software setup] ► [PTZ/SAVE])
Print the recorded data
- Press “STOP” and “PRINT” to print out the picture.
Save as AVI
- During playback, press “RECORD” to start saving to AVI and
press “RECORD” again to stop.
- A message “Saving OK” pops up when you successfully save
the video to AVI.
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6-4: DDNS SETUP & OPERATION
This section explains how to set up the DDNS service that allows you to access the DVR
through Internet Explorer, from any Windows-based computer connected to the Internet.
6-4-1: INSTALL ACTIVE X
Before entering the remote connection, install ActiveX (If you are running Windows XP you
most likely have it) and check your browser setup by following the procedures below:
1. Open Internet Explorer under “Tools” and select “Internet Options”.
2. Select “Security,” then “Custom Level”.
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3. Under ActiveX, set “Download Unsigned ActiveX Controls” to “PROMPT” as seen
in Figure A.
4. Under ActiveX, set “Initialize and script ActiveX controls not marked as safe” to
“PROMPT” as seen in Figure B.
Click OK to confirm.
FIGURE A
FIGURE B
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6-4-2: DDNS SERVER SETUP
1. Open Internet Explorer and type www.defender-usa.com/dvr in the address bar.
2.Select REGISTER to register a new account
2.Add a new account (choose a user name and password. This information is used to
login to the DDNS server and does need to match the login information on your DVR).
User Name: Add a new user name
User Password: Add user password
Confirm Password: Confirm the password
E-mail: Add an Email address for the password reminders
3. Press OK to confirm.
4. Enter a User name and password to login to the DDNS.
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5. Select “ADD DVR” to add the DVR information
6. Add DVR information:
• DVR NAME: Set a DVR name
MAC ADDRESS: Enter the DVR’s MAC address. The DVR’s MAC address can be found
in the DVR’s [SYSTEM MENU]►[EXTERNAL DEVICE]►[TCP/IP SETUP]►
[IP CONFIG SETUP]
IP: Enter the DVR’s current IP address
PORT: Enter the DVR’s port number
Note: It is required to enter the DVR’s NAME and MAC ADDRESS. The DVR’s IP and
PORT number can be left blank.
• Press [OK] to save the settings. You will not be able to login to the DVR until you set up
the DDNS settings in Section 6-4-3
7. Edit and delete DVR information
EDIT: To edit the DVR information
DELETE: To delete the DVR information
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6-4-3: DVR DDNS INTERNET SETUP
This section explains how to set up DDNS on your DVR to make it accessible over the Internet.
1. You only have to configure the DDNS settings once. First, make sure your DVR can be
accessed over the Internet. Please refer to Section 6: Network Installation and Setup
for details.
2. Go to [SYSTEM MENU]►[ [EXTERNAL DEVICE]►[TCP/IP SETUP] ►[DDNS SETUP]
DDNS ON/OFF: Press ENTER to turn ON the
DDNS service.
DNS SERVER: Enter the DDNS Server IP address.
Do NOT change the DNS server IP address
unless you plan to use a different DDNS
server. Only advanced users should change
this address.
INTERVAL: Set an interval for the DVR to auto
update its IP address to DDNS server.
(D-day / H- hour / M- minute)
REGISTER: Connect to DDNS server and register
the DVR information to DDNS database
DNS STATUS: Displays the current status of the
DDNS connection
IP ADDRESS: Displays the current IP address in
the DDNS server
IP PORT: Displays the current IP port in the
DDNS server
REMAIN TIME: Displays the remaining time to
update the IP address
LAST REGISTRATION DATE: Displays the last
date of registration
6-4-4: CLIENT SOFTWARE SETUP
Use these instructions to access your DVR from the Internet (not inside your network)
using the Client software. However, in most cases, it is easier and more useful to access
your DVR from Internet Explorer, as outlined in Section 6-4.
1. Run the client software and
enter SETUP
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2. Select DDNS in IP/PORT setup
3. Go to DDNS setup
DDNS INFO
User Name: Enter User name registered on DDNS Server.
DVR NAME: Enter DVR name registered on DDNS Server. If the DVR name is entered
and saved before, click LOAD to browse the list.
Save/Load
Save: Save the setup into the DDNS list.
Load: Open the DDNS list.
DVR INFO
Get IP: Click “Get IP” to get the current DVR IP address and port number from
DDNS server.
IP Address: Show DVR’s current IP address and Port number
User ID: Enter ADMIN
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Password: Enter the DVR Admin’s password and click OK to complete the DDNS setup.
Click “CONNECT” to view the DVR.
6-4-5: CONFIGURATION OF DDNS CONNECTION
1.The DVR connects to the DDNS server automatically and updates the IP
address periodically.
2.The client logs in to the DDNS server and attains the IP address automatically.
3.Client PC connects to the DVR.
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6-5: REMOTE LIVE VIEW VIA INTERNET EXPLORER
Users can access the DVR from Internet Explorer for remote viewing, remote backup, and
playing backup files.
6-5-1: IE VIEWER INTERFACE
1. Logon to DDNS server and go to the DVR List
2. Click Web to view your DVR.
1. LIVE VIDEO FEED
2. DVR INFORMATION
IP: Displays the IP address of DVR
PORT: Displays the PORT of DVR
ID: Use ADMIN
PW: Enter the ADMIN’s password
3. CONNECT/DISCONNECT
CONNECT: Connect to DVR and view live video
DISCONNECT: Halt the connection with the DVR
4. STATUS WINDOW
Shows the current connection status
5. MULTI-SCREEN MODES
Switch between the different multi-screen display modes
6. CHANNEL SELECTION
Select a single channel for full screen display
7. PTZ CONTROL
Control up to four PTZ cameras (PTZ cameras not included)
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CH: Select the channel of PTZ camera
ZOOM: Zoom in/out
FOCUS: Focus in/out
IRIS: IRIS open/close
6-5-2: WEB NETWORK BACKUP
This feature will allow you to backup your footage to a computer over the Internet.
Click “Backup” to open the web page “Web Network Backup”
1.BACKUP INFORMATION:
IP Address: Enter the IP address of DVR
Network Port: Enter the port of DVR
User ID: Enter “Admin”
User Password: Enter Admin’s password
Save File Path: Set a path to save the backup file (This function is active only when the
connection is established)
Start Backup Time: The start time of file backup (This function is only active when the
connection is established)
End Backup Time: The end time of file backup (This function is only active when the
connection is established)
2. FUNCTION SETUP:
Connect Test: To test the connection status
Lock: To get the recording start/end time
Set Backup Time: Set the start/end time, size and path of file backup
Start Backup: Begin backing up video
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3. THE INFORMATION OF DVR SERVER:
Recording Start Time: Indicate the recording start time
Recording End Time: Indicate the recording end time
Update: Update the recording time
4. BACKUP STATUS
Message: Displays the backup status
Receive Rate: Displays the percentage of backup image received
Backup Rate: Displays the completed percentage of backup image received
Receive bps: Displays the bps of backup image received
Save Size: Displays the size of backup image saved
6-5-3: BACKUP PROCEDURE
1. Click Connect Test to test the status of the DVR connection
2. Click Lock
3. Click Set Backup Time to configure backup settings
(1) Indicates the recording start/end time
(2) Click Find to set the file path on your computer for saving the backup file
(3) Set the file size of the backup file (30~700MB)
(4) Set the start/end time of file backup
4. Click Apply to confirm your settings.
5. Select Start Backup to start backing up your video footage (you can stop anytime
during backup).
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6-5-4: PLAY BACKUP FILE
1. Click Backup Player
1.Displays the backup image
2.Displays the present time of monitoring
3.Displays the start/end time of backup file
4.Switch multi-screen mode
5.Channel Selection (1~4)
6.SPEED: Playback Speed DELAY: Slow Motion Speed
7.Function bar on playback:
Skip to the beginning of file
Fast Rewind
Rewind
Pause
Play
Fast Forward
Skip to the end of file
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8. Function keys:
OPEN: Open the backup file
EDIT: Edit the backup image
AVI SAVE: To save the AVI file
EXIT: Log out of the program
6-5-5: SAVE AVI FILE
Saving as an AVI file will make your video footage compatible on most computers, which
makes it ideal for sending. However, you can only save one camera channel at a time in
this format.
1. Click
to open the backup file and select
2. Click
to open the AVI SAVE function
single channel
3.
CHANNEL: Select a single channel
FRAME RATE: Set the frame rate. The higher the
frame rate the higher the file size will be.
SIZE: Set the file size of the AVI
START: Start converting to AVI
STOP: Cancel converting to AVI
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SECTION 7: ADVANCED DEVICE
INSTALLATION
These features require wiring and advanced installation. Only qualified users should install
these devices.
SENSOR AND ALARM INSTALLATION
Input & Output
1.D1~D4 Alarm Input/GND for Location
4 Sensor inputs, for sensor input installation
2.Relay Output NO/NC/COM
The application of relay output is NO+COM + NC+COM
SENSOR INSTALLATION
Alarm will be triggered once one (or more than one) alarm input (D1~D4) causes a short
circuit or open circuit with GND.
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RELAY OUTPUT INSTALLATION
-
-
-
Alarm output can be NO or NC, depending on the settings.
NO-COM: the NO and COM terminals are open-circuit, and it’ll become closed-circuit
when alarm is triggered.
NC-COM: the NC and COM terminals are closed-circuit, and it’ll become open-circuit
when alarm is triggered.
PTZ CAMERA INSTALLATION
- Please connect the PTZ’s D+ to the DVR’s RS485 D+ , and D- to RS485 D-.
- After the connection and the related setup is done, users are able to control the PTZ
camera through the front panel buttons.
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SERIAL PORT SETUP
The serial port is designed for factory programming. However, advanced users may use it to
control the DVR directly from a PC. Please note that any damages to the DVR caused by the
incorrect use of this port will not be covered under warranty. Furthermore, DEFENDER does not
offer technical support for serial port configuration, beyond the instructions provided below.
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User is able to connect the COM port of PC or other device to the DVR through RS232.
RS232 settings (baudrate/ parity/ length/ stop bit ) are NOT adjustable.
The transmission baudrate is 19200bps, length 8 bits, stop bit 1, and the parity is none.
ASCII-CODE is 1 BYTE.
- To connect DVR to a PC, users must use a twisted RS232 cable, as the illustration.
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APPENDIX: SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
APPENDIX 2: RECORD TIME TABLE
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SPECIFICATIONS
7" LCD DVR
Display............................................... 7” Color TFT-LCD
Functionality...................................... Triplex
Video Compression........................... MJPEG
File Format........................................ AJP
Resolution......................................... NTSC : 704 X 480 / PAL: 704 X 576
Recording Frame Rate...................... 30FPS (Fully Adjustable)
Recording Time................................. Max 80 days with 320G HDD
Recording Resolution........................ NTSC : 704 X 240 / PAL: 704 X 288
Recording Method............................. Record as Each, Playback in Quad and Full Screen
Recording Qualities........................... Lowest, Low, Normal, High, Highest
Recording Modes.............................. Motion Record, Continuous Record
Recording Media............................... HDD (Backup via USB)
Storage Capacity............................... Max 750GB HDD (320GB HDD Included)
Video Format..................................... NTSC/PAL
Video Loss......................................... Auto Detect Alarm
Video Inputs....................................... 4 CH Composite BNC
Video Display Output......................... 2 CH Composite BNC (Monitor/Spot)
Live Resolution.................................. NTSC : 704 X 480 / PAL: 704 X 576
Live Frame Rate................................ 30 FPS
Live Display....................................... Full, Quad, PIP, ZOOM, SEQ
Picture-in-Picture............................... Yes
Network Protocol............................... TCP/IP, DDNS, DHCP, PPPoE
Network LAN IP................................. Static, Dynamic
Network Connection.......................... 10/100 BaseT Ethernet (RJ-45)
Back-up............................................. USB
Play Search Mode............................. Percentage, Time/Date, Event list
Play Speed........................................ 1/16X ~ 32x
Play Mode......................................... Full, Quad, Zoom
OSD and System Menu Display........ Yes
OSD Language Display..................... Multi-Language
Time and Date Stamp Display........... Yes
Password Protection......................... Yes, Menu Password, Clear HDD Password
Adjustable Screen Settings............... Color, Brightness, Contrast
File Transfer...................................... USB
Operating System.............................. Proprietary
Processor.......................................... Samsung ARM 9
Disk Full Warning.............................. Yes
Automatic Overwrite Option.............. Yes
Playback Navigation.......................... Rewind, Play, Pause, Stop, Slow Motion
LED Indicators................................... LCD, Power, HDD
Housing Material............................... Aluminum
Housing Color.................................... Midnight Black
Cooling.............................................. Fan Based
Power Input....................................... 12V DC 5A
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Power Adapter Input.......................... 100V 50/60HZ~240 50/60HZ
Operating Temperature...................... 41°F~104°F
Operating Humidity............................ Under 90%
Dimensions........................................ 8.5” x 6.5” x 4.75”
Weight...............................................5.5lbs
OTHER
USB Port........................................... For Firmware Upgrade, Backup, Mouse
Remote Control................................. Yes
Supported Peripherals....................... PS/2 Mouse, USB Mouse, Remote Control,
USB Flash Drive
Alarm Sensor Inputs.......................... Yes, 4
Alarm Relay Outputs......................... Yes, 1
PTZ Protocols.................................... Pelco-D, DRX502A, HD2404, AECD2000, VIDO AU
AXX, SCC-641, HMC250, ACCU DOME
System Software Requirements
Operating System:
Processor:
RAM:
Windows 2000 SP4 / Windows XP SP2 / Windows 2003 /
Windows Vista 32bit
Intel P4 Celeron 2.0 or above (or equivalent)
DDR 256MB or above
CAMERA (SPARTAN1)
Camera Type..................................... Bullet
Image Sensor.................................... 1/4” Color CCD
Resolution......................................... 420 TV Lines
Outdoor Use...................................... Yes
IP Rating............................................ IP65
Focal Length...................................... 3.6mm
Focus Type........................................ Fixed
Night Vision....................................... Yes
Number of IR LEDs and Range......... 12, up to 15ft
IR LED Control.................................. Automatic (CDS Sensor)
Min. Illumination................................ 0 lux
IR Wavelength................................... 850nm
Video Output...................................... 4 PIN DIN to RCA w/ 60ft Extension Wire
TV System......................................... NTSC
Microphone........................................ No
Motion Detection............................... No
Viewing Angle.................................... 60 Degrees
Electronic Shutter.............................. 1/60 ~ 1/100000 sec
BLC...................................................No
AGC...................................................Automatic
ELC...................................................Automatic
Line Lock........................................... No
Iris Control......................................... No
White Balance................................... Automatic
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Sun Shield......................................... Yes
IR Cut Filter....................................... No
Housing Material............................... Anodized Aluminum
Housing Color.................................... Midnight Black
Signal/Noise Ratio............................. >48dB
Camera Bracket................................ Yes
Operating Temperature...................... -14°F ~ 122°F
Operating Humidity............................ 98%
Camera Power Input......................... DC 12V 300mA
Power Adapter Input.......................... 120V 60Hz
LED Power Indicator......................... No
Dimensions........................................ 4” x 2.25” x 2.25”
Weight...............................................0.6lbs
WARRANTY INFORMATION
SEAGATE
To request warranty service on your DVR’s Seagate hard drive, contact an authorized
Seagate service centre or refer to www.seagate.com for more information regarding
customer support within your jurisdiction. You also may obtain information regarding the
location of authorized Seagate service centers and access Seagate automated customer
service directory by calling +1-800-SEAGATE.
You may go to http://www.seagate.com/ for more information.
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