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Operating Instructions
Digital Video Recorder
Models: DPR-2016/500D
Safety instructions
EMC class
► This video recorder (DVR) is a class A device in accordance with EN 55022.
► This device may cause interference to other equipment in domestic use. In such cases the persons operating the DVR are required to provide appropriate countermeasures, for which they themselves bear the cost.
Importance of these Operating Instructions
► Please read the safety instructions and the other information contained in the Operating Instructions before
connecting up and operating the DVR.
► The Operating Instructions should be kept in a safe place for later reference.
Ambient conditions for the DVR
► The DVR should be protected against excessive heat, dust, damp and vibration.
► The DVR may only be operated at temperatures between +5°C and +40°C, and up to a maximum air
humidity of 90%.
► The DVR may only be operated indoors, and must be protected against incursion of water and damp.
Care of the DVR
► Never switch on the DVR when damp has penetrated it. In such cases, have the DVR checked by a qualified
service engineer.
► Do not place any heavy objects on the DVR.
► Never cover over the DVR's vents.
► Never insert metal objects or any other items into the vents. This may permanently damage the DVR.
► The housing may only be opened by authorised persons. Repairs may only be carried out by qualified
service personnel.
► The DVR must be disconnected from the power supply before its housing is opened.
Getting started with the DVR
► When laying the connecting cables, make sure no weight is placed on them, that they are not kinked or
damaged, and that no damp can penetrate them.
Cleaning the DVR
► The housing of the DVR may only be cleaned with a damp (not wet) cloth,
► Use only a mild detergent. Do not use solvent-containing detergents or petrol. This could permanently
damage the surface finish.
Spare parts
► Use only original spare parts from Videor E. Hartig GmbH.
DPR-2016/500D
Table of contents
Overview
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Package contents
7
Basic functions
7
Features
7
Requirements for operation
7
Control options
7
Connections on the rear
8
Front panel controls
10
Key to controls
12
Function buttons
12
PTZ camera functions
12
Playback functions
12
Remote control functions
13
Playback functions
13
Menu overview
14
Accessing the menus
16
Accessing the Display menu
16
Accessing the PTZ menu
16
Accessing the Setup menu
17
Accessing the Search menu
17
Getting started
18
Checklist for DVR operation
18
Connecting the remote control and DVR
18
Switching on the DVR
19
Switching off the DVR
19
Administration
20
Saving your system setup 20
Loading your system setup
20
Deleting recordings
21
Downloading software updates
21
Hiding from specific users
21
Restoring factory defaults
22
Changing hard disk
23
Fitting hard disk into an empty drive rack
24
Mirroring of hard disks
25
Determining the memory requirement of a recording
26
Searching for recordings
27
Using Bookmark search
29
Using calendar search30
Using event log search31
Using text-in search32
Using motion search33
Copying recordings34
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Table of contents
Menu descriptions – Setup menu35
System – Information36
System – Date/Time37
System – Storage38
System – User
40
System – Shutdown
41
System – Log out user1...
41
Network – Network
41
Network – Notification
44
Devices – Camera
45
Devices – Alarm-Out
46
Devices – Display
47
Devices – Remote Control
48
Record – Record
49
Record – Schedule
50
Record – Pre-Event
51
Record – Archive
52
Event – Alarm-In
53
Event – Motion Detection
55
Event – Object Detection
57
Event – Video Loss
59
Event – Video Blind
61
Event – Text-In
63
Event – System Event
65
Event – Event Status
67
WebGuard – WebWatch controls
68
WebGuard – WebSearch controls
69
Using WebGuard
70
Specifications DPR-2016
71
Accessories
73
Supported PTZ cameras
74
Index
76
Notes on disposal
79
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Overview
Package contents
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Digital video recorder (DVR)
Mains power cord
Operating instructions
RAS (Remote Administration System) software on CD
Operating instructions for RAS software on paper and CD
Mounting kit for cabinet installation
Screws for attaching SCSI Connector
Mounting screws for installation of hard disk drives
Infrared remote control
Key for hard disk drive rack
Basic functions
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Record video images using multiple cameras
Event-based recording start
Video playback
Search for specific video sequences
Features
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MPEG-4 compression / pentaplex mode
16 loop-through inputs / VGA, S-VHS/FBAS outputs
Audio and alarm inputs / outputs
Max. recording speed: 400 field images per sec (PAL)2
Memory capacity 500 GB
4 hard disks max., CD/DVD-RW writer included
Standard hard disk mirroring
Maximum video resolution 720 x 576 pixels
SCSI port for archiving / memory expansion
Integral motion detector/object tracking
ATM/POS text display / 2x to 4x digital zoom
RS-232 / RS-485 ports
Network port (Ethernet) / IR remote control
Requirements for operation
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Digital video recorder DTR connected
At least 1 camera connected
At least 1 monitor connected
Mouse connected, if DVR is to be controlled by mouse
Control options
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Front panel
Remote Control
Mouse
WebGuard
RAS program
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Connections on the rear
Note: Connections optionally for NTSC or PAL operation.
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20
19
18
2
17
16
15
4
14
1
5
12
6
11
7
10
9
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Connections on the rear (continued)
No.
Designation
Functions/connections
Example devices
1
VIDEO IN 1-16
Max. 16 video channels
Cameras
2
LOOP 1-16
Max. 16 loop-through video channels
Cameras
3
AUDIO IN 1-16
Max. 16 Audio inputs
Microphone
4
AUDIO OUT
Audio output
Amplifier, speakers
5
SPOT1 - SPOT4
Max. 4 video outputs
Spot monitors
6
SVHS OUT
S-VHS output
Monitors
7
VIDEO OUT
Video output
Monitors
8
NC1 - NC4, C1 - C4,
NO1 - NO4
Relay alarm output for external device
Siren, flashing light
9
VGA
PC monitor
PC monitor
10
SCSI
External storage media
Hard disk
11
AO1 - AO12
Alarm outputs for external devices
Siren, flashing light
12
NETWORK
Network
Network cable
13
USB
External interface
Drive, mouse
14
ARI/GND
Reset alarm with external signal
Switch
15
RS-232C
2 external interfaces
Modem
16
RS-485
2 external interfaces
Keyboard, PTZ camera
17
Reset switch
Reset to factory defaults
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18
AI1 - AI16
Alarm inputs for external devices
Sensors
19
Power switch
On/Off switch
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20
Power supply
Mains power connection
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Front panel controls
The following diagram and table set out the controls on the front panel of the DVR:
1
2
4
5
17
10
6
7
8
16
15
9
14
10
1
12
11
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Front panel controls (continued)
No.
Designation
Function
1
Power-on indicator when DVR is in operation
2
Indicates Ethernet connection
3
Display when mirroring hard disks
4
Display when using hard disks
5
Open built-in CD/DVD-RW writer
6
Display window
7
Status display
Function buttons
8
1 to 16
● Select cameras
● Enter passwords
9
Menu navigation
Navigation and selection within the menu
10
11
Open/quit menu structure
Shuttle ring
12
13
Infinitely adjust playback speed
USB ports for mouse and external storage media
Jog dial
● Change size of frame in picture-in-picture mode
● Change numerical values in Setup menu
● Frame-by-frame playback in Play mode
14
● Reset alarm
● View event list
15
Start/end panic recording
Playback functions (primary assignment)
16
17
PTZ camera functions (secondary assignment)
Hard disks
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max. 4 hard disks in the exchange frame
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Key to controls
Function buttons
Element
Function
On/Off Triplex
On/Off Audio
Defining bookmarks in Search menu by pressing and holding button
Copying recordings in Search menu by pressing and holding down button
Freeze On/Off
Change display mode
Sequence On/Off
PTZ camera functions On/Off
Zoom On/Off
Spot monitor assignments
PTZ camera functions
Element
Function
Zoom in
Zoom in
Close-up
Wide-angle
Save preset
Load preset
Playback functions
Element
Function
Start/pause playback
● Select Search/Play function
● Stop playback
Fast rewind
Fast forward
Frame-by-frame rewind
Frame-by-frame forward
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Remote control functions
The following diagram and table set out the functions on the remote control:
Select System ID
ID
SPOT
12
11
1
2
3
4
DISPLAY
SEQUENCE
FREEZE
ALARM
1
2
CAMERA
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
15
16
13
14
TRIPLEX
AUDIO
FOCUS
Designation
Function
1
SPOT 1 - 4
Spot monitor assignments
2
2
BOOK MARK CLIP COPY
4
SET
10
No.
1
PRESET
ZOOM
VIEW
MENU
9
PTZ
5
ZOOM
PANIC
6
8
DIGITAL VIDEO RECORDER
Remote Controller
7
3
● Reset alarm
● View event list
1 to 16
4
● Select cameras
● Enter passwords
PTZ camera functions
5
PTZ
PTZ camera functions On/Off
6
ZOOM
Zoom On/Off
7
Playback functions
8
PANIC
Start/end panic recording
9
Menu navigation
Navigation and selection within
the menu
10
MENU
Open/quit menu structure
11
Function buttons
12
Function buttons
Playback functions
Element
Function
● Select Search/Play function
● Stop playback
Pause playback
Start playback
Fast rewind
Fast forward
Frame-by-frame rewind
Frame-by-frame forward
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Menu overview
The following illustration shows the structure of the complete menu tree that is accessible using the mouse
control:
Display
Camera
1. CAM1
2. CAM2
3. CAM3
Screen Format
PIP
2x2
3x4
3x3
2x8
1x12
4x4
Previous Group
Next Group
Edit Group
Sequence
Freeze
Zoom
Audio...
PTZ...
Spot Monitor...
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Left-Top
Left-Bottom
Right-Top
Right-Bottom
Size 1/16
Size 1/9
Camera
Spot Monitor...
Exit Group Edit
Speed
Auto Pan
Tour
Pattern
Device Menu
Light
Pump
Wiper
Power
Aux.
Move to Origin
Spot Monitor...
Exit PTZ
Select Spot Monitor
Spot Monitor 1
Spot Monitor 2
Spot Monitor 3
Spot Monitor 4
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Menu overview (continued)
The following illustration shows the structure of the complete menu tree that is accessible using the mouse
control:
Setup Menu...
Triplex
Search
System
Information
Date/Time
Storage
User
Shutdown...
Log out user1...
Network
Network
Notification
Devices
Camera
Alarm-Out
Display
Remote Control
Record
Record
Schedule
Pre-Event
Archive
Event
Alarm-In
Motion Detection
Object Detection
Video Loss
Video Blind
Text-In
System Event
Event Status
Go to the First
Go to the Last
Go to the Date/Time...
Bookmarks...
Calendar Search...
Event Log Search...
Text-In Search…
Motion Search...
Clip-Copy...
Print...
Zoom
Audio...
Use De-Interlace
Slow Play
Data Source
Exit Search
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x1/2
Record
Archive
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Accessing the menus
Accessing the Display menu
Requirement:
● The current camera image is shown in full image or quad image.
Step
Action
1
Open Display menu...
Key sequence/menu
path
Access using
Device
Remote Control
Mouse
Display
Access to submenu via Device/Remote Control
Submenu
Camera image
Change Display modes (PIP, 2x2, 3x3, 4x4)
Without frame
Previous/Next Group
Without frame
Edit Group
With frames
Change position of image-in-image
Without frame
Change size of image-in-image
Without frame
Key sequence
....
>
Jog dial
Accessing the PTZ menu
Requirement:
● A PTZ camera is connected and configured.
● Current camera image is shown as a full image.
Step
1
16
Action
Open PTZ menu...
Result: Menu of the configured PTZ
camera is shown.
Access using
Key sequence/menu path
Device
Remote
Control
PTZ
Mouse
PTZ...
>
>
>
>
MENU
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Accessing the menus, continued
Accessing the Setup menu
Requirement:
● The current camera image is shown in full image or quad image.
Step
1
2
Key sequence/menu
path
Action
Access using
Open Setup menu...
Device
Result: Prompt for user name and
password.
Remote Control
MENU
Mouse
Setup Menu...
Log in as user.
User name: admin
Password: (blank)
Note: Use default access data only for
first-time access.
Accessing the Search menu
Requirement:
● The current camera image is shown in full image or quad image.
Step
1
Key sequence/menu
path
Action
Access using
Open Search menu...
Device
>
Result: Search for recorded images is
activated.
Remote Control
>
Mouse
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MENU
Search
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Getting started
Checklist for DVR operation
Step
Action
Menu path
1
Connect peripheral devices as per planned setup.
2
Specify menu language.
Setup Menu... > System > Information
3
Adjust date and time.
Setup Menu... > System > Date/Time
4
Set up user.
Setup Menu... > System > User
5
Set up network and desired notification channels
(optional).
Setup Menu... > Network > ...
6
Register peripherals with DVR.
Setup Menu... > Devices > ...
7
Set up event types and associated responses.
Setup Menu... > Event > ...
8
Set up recording parameters and schedule.
Setup Menu... > Record > ...
Connecting the remote control and DVR
The remote control and DVR can be assigned an ID, because the ID of each DVR in the network must be
unique. The DVR will then only respond to the remote control with the matching ID.
● If the system ID in the DVR is 0, it will respond to the remote control regardless of the remote’s ID.
● If the system ID in the DVR is not 0, you must set the ID of the remote control identically.
Step
Action
Menu path
1
Set DVR system ID.
Setup Menu... > System > Information
2
Match remote control to system ID by
pressing ID button on remote control.
3
Select relevant number on remote control.
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Getting started (continued)
Switching on the DVR
Requirement:
● The start-up preparations are complete.
● DVR mains plug is connected.
Step
Action
1
Switch on power switch.
2
Switch on monitor.
Result: System starts up automatically and is ready to use.
Switching off the DVR
Requirement:
● You have accessed the Setup menu.
Step
1
2
Action
Shut down the system.
Result: System shuts down automatically.
Menu path
Setup Menu... > System > Shutdown ......
After shutdown, switch off power switch.
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Administration
Saving your system setup
You can save your DVR’s setup data, including its network configuration.
Requirement:
● USB memory stick
● Software versions must be compatible
Step
Action
1
Insert a USB memory stick into one of the USB
ports.
2
Export your setup.
3
Specify a file name.
4
Export your setup.
Menu path
Setup Menu... > System > Information >
Setup > Export...
Export
Loading your system setup
You can load your stored DVR system setup with or without its network configuration.
Requirement:
● USB memory stick with stored setup
● Software versions must be compatible
Step
Action
1
Insert a USB memory stick into one of the USB
ports.
2
Import your setup.
3
Select the file name and, where appropriate, the
network configuration.
4
Import your setup.
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Menu path
Setup Menu... > System > Information >
Setup > Import...
Import
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Deleting recordings
You can only delete all your recordings together. It is not possible to delete recordings from a specific time
period.
Step
1
Action
Menu path
Delete all recordings.
Setup Menu... > System > Information > Clear All
Data...
or
Setup Menu... > System > Storage > Information >
Information > Using > Clear
Downloading software updates
You can download software updates for your DVR from a USB memory stick.
Requirement:
● USB memory stick with latest software release
Step
Action
1
Insert a USB memory stick into one of the
USB ports.
2
Start update.
3
Install new release.
Menu path
Setup Menu... > System > Information > Upgrade...
Hiding from specific users
You can hide video images and camera data according to the preset user rights.
Step
Action
Menu path
1
Set camera Covert mode.
Setup Menu... > Devices > Camera > Settings
2
Cancel ‘Covert Camera View' access for
specific users (groups).
Setup Menu... > System > User
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Administration (continued)
Restoring factory defaults
Before restoring the factory defaults, you should export your current system settings in case you need to reimport them later. (see Saving your system setup and Loading your system setup)
Step
Action
1
Shut down the system.
2
Switching off the DVR
3
Push a paper clip into the Reset button (on the rear of the DVR) and hold it there.
4
Switching on the DVR
5
Wait for all the LEDs to flash 5 times (about 30 seconds).
6
Withdraw the paper clip.
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Administration (continued)
Changing hard disk
Requirements:
● At least one hard disk is installed in hard disk drive rack.
● No hard disk operation
● Key for hard disk drive rack
4
2
Step
1
Action
Deselect desired hard disk.
Caution: Removal without deselecting the hard disk
will cause a software crash and loss of data.
2
Swing out the hard disk cover on the front of the
device.
3
Unlock the hard disk using the key.
4
Open the drive rack frame and pull the hard disk out
on its frame.
5
Open the drive rack frame for the new hard disk and
slide the hard disk into the drive rack slot of the video
recorder.
6
Menu path
Setup Menu... > System > Storage >
Information > Type X
Swing down the frame.
Result: The hard disk is now connected to the video
recorder.
7
Lock the drive rack using the key.
8
Swing the hard disk cover back into position.
9
Select the new hard disk.
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Administration (continued)
Fitting hard disk into an empty drive rack
Requirements:
● Mounting screws for installation of hard disk drives
● Suitable screwdriver
● Key for hard disk drive rack
Step
Action
1
Swing out the hard disk cover on the front of the device.
2
Release the empty drive using the key.
3
Open the drive rack frame and pull out the drive rack frame.
4
Insert the hard disk to be connected into the empty drive rack and secure it with the fastening
screws.
5
Open the drive rack frame for the new hard disk and slide the hard disk into the drive rack slot of
the video recorder.
6
Swing down the frame.
Result: The hard disk is now connected to the video recorder.
7
Lock the drive rack using the key.
8
Swing the hard disk cover back into position.
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Administration (continued)
Mirroring of hard disks
Mirroring of hard disks prevents the loss of records in the event of a hard disk defect.
Requirements:
● The Digital Video Recorder has 2 or 4 hard disks installed
● The destination hard disk is identical to the source hard disk in type and memory capacity
● The source hard disk and the destination hard disk are used for records only
Step
Action
Menu path
1
Format the source and destination hard disks for
records.
Setup Menu... > System > Storage >
Information > Format > Record
2
Select the source and destination hard disks as Mirror
1 and Mirror 2.
Note: Only the hard disk pairings internal1 to internal2,
and internal3 to internal4 can be used for mirroring.
Start Mirroring.
Results:
3
Setup Menu... > System > Storage
> Information > Mirroring Setup >
InternalX -> InternalX
Start
● The source hard disk and destination hard disk are
synchronised (approx. 40 minutes for 10 GB).
● All data on the destination hard disk are deleted.
● All records are written to both hard disks.
Results:
Setup Menu... > System > Storage >
Information > Mirroring Setup > No
Mirror 1/2
● The status of the destination hard is set to:
Not used
Interrupting Mirroring.
4
5
● The hard disk can now only be used for searching
for records.
● If the hard disk is to be used for records or archiving,
it must be formatted.
Setup-Menu... > System > Storage >
Information > Format > Format
Continuing Mirroring - see step.2
Setup Menu... > System > Storage
> Information > Mirroring Setup >
InternalX -> InternalX
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Administration (continued)
Determining the memory requirement of a recording
The amount of memory recorded video sequences
will take up depends on the following factors:
● Picture quality
● number of images per second
● duration
The memory requirement is calculated by this
formula:
Memory requirement = picture size x duration of recording x images per second
Calculation example: CIF resolution (PAL):
Picture
quality
Picture
size
Duration of
recording
Basic
2.4 kB
Standard
High
Super High
Approx. memory space
5 images/s
10 images/s
25 images/s
24 hours
1.04 GB
2.07 GB
5.18 GB
4.8 kB
24 hours
2.07 GB
4.15 GB
10.37 GB
9.6 kB
24 hours
4.15 GB
8.29 GB
20.74 GB
14.4 kB
24 hours
6.22 GB
12.44 GB
31.10 GB
Calculation example: 2CIF / Half D1 resolution
(PAL):
Picture
quality
Picture
size
Duration of
recording
Basic
4.8 kB
Standard
9.6 kB
High
Super High
Approx. memory space
5 images/s
10 images/s
25 images/s
24 hours
2.07 GB
4.15 GB
10.37 GB
24 hours
4.15 GB
8.29 GB
20.74 GB
19.2 kB
24 hours
8.29 GB
16.59 GB
41.47 GB
28.8 kB
24 hours
12.44 GB
24.88 GB
62.20 GB
Calculation example: 4CIF / Half D1 resolution
(PAL):
Picture
quality
Picture
size
Duration of
recording
Basic
8 kB
Standard
18 kB
High
Super High
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Approx. memory space
5 images/s
10 images/s
25 images/s
24 hours
3.46 GB
6.9 GB
17.28 GB
24 hours
7.78 GB
15.55 GB
38.88 GB
36 kB
24 hours
15.55 GB
31.1 GB
77.76 GB
80 kB
24 hours
34.56 GB
69.12 GB
172.8 GB
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Searching for recordings
Find first stored recording
Search
Go to the First
Find last stored recording
Search
Go to the Last
Find recording by date and time
Search
Go to the Date/Time...
Bookmark Search
Using Bookmark Search you can search for records based on previously defined bookmarks:
Search
Bookmarks...
Calendar search
For each camera the calendar search indicates:
● the days from which there are recordings
● the time ranges of recordings on those days
Search
Calendar Search...
Event log search
The event log search enables you to search for events based on specific criteria, such as:
● movements recorded by a specific camera
● alarm from a specific alarm input
● System events
Search
Event Log Search...
Text-in search
The text-in search enables you to search for recordings based on specific text inputs.
Search
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Searching for recordings (continued)
Motion search
The motion search function can detect movements in recordings within defined zones for one camera. 2 types
of motion search are possible:
● Motion search: Search for movement in a defined zone.
● Museum search: Search for movement of a defined object.
Search
Motion Search...
Copying recordings
Recordings can be written to a CD or copied to a USB memory stick.
Search
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Clip-Copy...
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Using Bookmark search
Defining bookmarks
Step
Action
Menu path
1
Find desired recordings.
Search...
2
3
Open bookmark search.
Result: A list of all bookmarks so far defined will be
displayed.
Add bookmark.
Result: The new bookmark with date and time will be
added to the list.
Search > Bookmarks...
Add Current Position
Perform bookmark search
Step
1
2
Action
Menu path
Open bookmark search.
Result: A list of all bookmarks so far defined will be
displayed.
Search > Bookmarks...
Select the desired bookmark from the list.
Bookmark
Search
Bookmarks...
Term
Symbol
Meaning
No.
Number of the bookmark
Title
Name of the bookmark
Bookmark
Activates the search for the defined bookmark
Channels
Display the channels
Add Current Position
Adds a new bookmark.
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Using calendar search
Performing a calendar search
Step
1
Action
Menu path
Open calendar search.
Result: Calendar and time line are displayed.
2
Select day and time
3
Confirm input.
Search
Term
Search > Calendar Search...
Go
Calendar Search...
Symbol
Meaning
Date display
● Grey: No recording available
● White: Recording available
Hours display
● White: Recording available
Select a Segment
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If the date and time on the DVR have been changed (such
as when switching to Summer time) there may be multiple
recordings for one time from the same camera. They are stored
in separate segments.
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Using event log search
Performing an event log search
Step
1
2
3
4
Action
Menu path
Open event log search.
Result: The result of the last search is displayed.
Define criteria.
Search > Event Log Search...
Option...
Confirm input.
Search
Result: List of search results is displayed.
Select desired entry from list.
Search
Term
Event Log Search...
Symbol
Option...
Meaning
From First
Start date
To Last
End date
Check Time Overlap
Activates a system prompt if there are multiple recordings
for the same time range
Alarm-In
Alarm inputs in response to which a search for events is
to start
Motion
Cameras on which to search for motion detection
Object Detection
Cameras on which to search for object detection
Video Loss
Cameras on which to search for video loss
Video Blind
Cameras on which to search for video blind
Text-In
Text input devices on which to search for events
Record Channels
Cameras on which to search for events
Search for system events:
Setup Menu... > Event > System Event > Actions
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Using text-in search
Performing a text-in search
Step
1
2
3
4
Action
Menu path
Open text-in search.
Result: The result of the last search is displayed.
Define text inputs.
Search > Text-In Search...
Option...
Confirm input.
Result: List of search results is displayed.
Search
Select desired entry from list.
Search
Term
Text-In Search…
Symbol
Option...
Meaning
From First
Start date
To Last
End date
Channels
Text input devices on which to search for events
Type of text input:
Any Text-In Product
Generic Text
Epson
No.
Numbers of text elements to search for
Keyword
Text element
Case Sensitive
Makes search case-sensitive
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Using motion search
Performing a motion search
Step
Action
Menu path
1
Display desired camera in single frame.
Display > Camera > ...
2
Open motion search.
Search > Motion Search...
3
Enter settings for motion search.
Option...
4
5
Confirm input.
Result: List of search results is generated.
Search
Select desired entry from list.
Search
Term
Motion Search...
Symbol
Option...
Meaning
From First
Start date
To Last
End date
Type of search:
Type
Zone
Motion search
Search for movement in a defined zone
Museum Search
Search for movement of a defined object.
Definition of motion-sensitive zones for motion search or museum
search: See “Zone” on page 46.
Sensitivity of motion detection of:
1 (Dull)
Sensitivity
2
3
4
5 (Sensitive)
Min. Blocks
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Specify in how many motion-sensitive blocks motion must be detected
as a minimum to trigger an alarm
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Copying recordings
Copying recordings to CD or USB memory stick
Step
1
2
3
Search
Term
Data Source
Action
Menu path
Find desired recordings.
Note: Make a note of the data of the recordings you
want to copy.
Search > ...
Define settings.
Search > Clip-Copy...
Start copying.
Result: The recordings are copied.
Start
Clip-Copy...
Symbol
Meaning
Record
From First
Start date
To Last
End date
Channels
Assignment of cameras from which recordings are to be copied
Password
Use password, if desired
Destination medium:
Internal DVD-RW
Dest.
USB-CD-RW
1. USB Storage
2. USB Storage
3. USB Storage
File name
Name of file on destination medium
Verify After
Burning
Activates verification after burning
Progress
Copy status
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Menu descriptions – Setup menu
The Setup menu has the following sub-menus:
System menu
On the “System” menu
● the basic settings are made
● users are administered
● the system is shut down.
Network menu
On the “Network” menu the network settings are made. Network access provides
access to all the functions of the DVR via
● WebGuard, same access using Internet Explorer
● RAS (Remote Administration System), independent of Internet Explorer
The DVR can be configured so that alarms trigger a notification by e-mail or notify an
RAS.
Devices menu
On the “Devices” menu the connected peripheral devices are configured. Possible
peripherals are:
● Cameras
● Microphones and speakers (through amplifier)
● Sirens and signal lamps
● Monitors
● Remote control for PTZ
Record menu
On the “Record” menu the following settings are made:
● Recording quality
● Timer control
● Duration of pre-event recording
● Schedule and method of archiving
Event menu
On the “Event” menu the following settings are made:
● Assignment of alarm inputs to alarms
● Configuration of motion-sensitive zones individually for each camera
● Definition of text input device and assignment to alarms
● Response to undesirable events
The event status is additionally displayed.
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Setup menu
System – Information
On the “Information” menu
● basic information is entered and displayed
● software updates are installed
● recorded data are deleted as required
Setup Menu...
Term
System
Symbol
Information
Meaning
Site
Location of DVR
System ID
Identifier for remote control
● The remote control and DVR must be set to the same ID.
● If the system ID in the DVR is 0, it will respond to the remote
control regardless of the remote’s ID.
Language
Menu language
Version
Version of DVR software
Upgrade...
Starts installing latest version of software via USB port
Import...
Import setup
Export...
Export setup
Show System Log...
Show log of all actions and events
Recorded data
From
Date of oldest recording
To
Date of newest recording
Clear All Data...
Deletes all stored data
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System – Date/Time
On the “Date/Time” menu
● time and date settings are made
● dates of public holidays are entered
● time synchronisation is configured.
Setup Menu...
Term
System
Symbol
Date/Time
Date/Time
Meaning
Date
Date
Format Date display format
Time
Time
Format Time display format
Time Zone
Local time zone
Use Daylight Saving Time
Activates use of summertime Daylight Saving Time
Setup Menu...
Term
System
Symbol
Date/Time
Holiday
Meaning
No.
Number of entered public holiday
Date
Date of each desired public holiday
Setup Menu...
Term
System
Symbol
Date/Time
Time Sync
Meaning
Automatic Sync.
Activates synchronisation with time server
Time Server
Address of time server
Interval
Synchronisation interval
Last Sync-Time
Time of last synchronisation
Run as Server
Activates use of the DVR as the time server
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System – Storage
On the “Storage” menu the status and usage of the available storage media is displayed.
Setup Menu...
Term
System
Symbol
Storage
Information
Meaning
Type
Type of storage medium
Capacity
Size of storage medium
Format Storage medium usage >>
Information
Time range of recorded data >>
Mirroring Setup
Mirroring hard disks 1 and 2
No Mirror 1
No Mirror 1
Internal1 -> Internal2
Internal2 -> Internal1
Mirroring hard disks 3 and 4
No Mirror 2
No Mirror 2
Internal3 -> Internal4
Internal4 -> Internal3
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Format
Term
Symbol
Meaning
Use of storage medium:
Record
Use as
Archive
Not using
Activating permits:
Partition
CD/DVD burn
Format Reserves a data buffer as a separate
partition. This is essential for burning
CDs, and must be activated for a
storage medium with „Record“ usage.
Formatting deletes the recordings from the hard disk
Information
Term
Symbol
Meaning
Recorded data
From
Start date of recorded data
To
End date of recorded data
Clear
Delete all recordings
Setup Menu...
Term
System
Symbol
Storage
Meaning
Type
Memory type
Disk Bad
Data carrier status
Temperature
Temperature status
S.M.A.R.T.
Result of S.M.A.R.T. check
Internal 1 to 4
Name of hard disk drives
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System – User
On the “User” menu the user groups and individual users are set up.
Setup Menu...
Term
System
Symbol
User
Meaning
Group & User
Group field
Assignment of group access privileges
Table of possible group access privileges >>
Group & User
Group field
Set password
+ Group...
Add a new group
+ User...
Add a new user
Set password
Auto Login
User to be logged in automatically
Auto Logout
Time after which logged-in user is automatically logged out
Table of possible group access privileges
Group access privilege
Meaning
Shutdown
May shut down the DVR
Upgrade
May install a new firmware version
System Time Change
May change the time setting
Data Clear
May delete recording data
Setup
May make changes anywhere on the Setup menu
Colour Control
May change the picture settings
PTZ Control
May control PTZ cameras
Alarm-Out Control
May reset alarms
Covert Camera View
May view video images from covert cameras
System Check
May interrogate system status
Record Setup
May make changes to the Record menu
Search
May use Search mode
Clip-Copy
May copy video images
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System – Shutdown
Setup Menu...
System
Shutdown...
System – Log out user1...
Setup Menu...
System
Log out user1...
Network – Network
On the “Network” menu all settings required to ensure network access are made.
Setup Menu...
Term
Network
Symbol
Network
Network
Meaning
Transmission bandwidth:
Transfer Speed
(bps)
bits per second
(ips)
images per second
Quality of picture transmission via network (PAL):
Quality
Super High
14.4 kB/picture
High
9.6 kB/picture
Standard
4.8 kB/picture
Basic
2.4 kB/picture
Quality of recorded images
Resolution
Standard (CIF)
CIF
High (Half D1)
2CIF
Selecting Audio Channel
Remote Audio Channel
Select From RAS
1 - 16
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Setup Menu...
Term
Network
Symbol
Network
LAN
Meaning
Type of connection to DVR:
Type
Manual
Manual connection required input of:
● IP Address
● Gateway
● Subnet Mask
DHCP
Automatic assignment of IP address of DNS
server
ADSL
(with
PPPoE)
Requires following input as specified by provider:
● ID
● Password
Note: Use of modem must not be activated.
DNS Server
Address of DNS server
Port Number Setup...
Definition of the port numbers that are required for access to
the Digital Video Recorder using the RAS plus software or using
WebGuard
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Setup Menu...
Network
Term
Network
Symbol
DVRNS
Meaning
Use DVR Name Service
Enables the DVR name service
DVRNS Server
IP address or domain name of DVRNS server
DVRNS = Digital Video Recorder Name Service
Port
Port for DVRNS
Use NAT
Enables NAT (Network Address Translation) use
DVR Name
Name by which the DVR is to be registered with the DVRNS
server
Check
Check DVR name for usability after entering
Help Desk
Information from help desk if DVRNS setting correct
Setup Menu...
Term
Network
Network
Symbol
WebGuard
Meaning
Use WebGuard Service
WebGuard Service activated
Port
Port for the WebGuard Service
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Network – Notification
On the “Notification” menu the method of notification is defined.
Setup Menu...
Term
Network
Symbol
Notification
Meaning
Enable
Enables notification by e-mail
SMTP Server
Address of SMTP server
Port
Port for SMTP server
Default is port 25.
Use SSL/TLS
Activates the Encryption
Authentication
Login to SMTP server
Sender
E-mail address of sender
Recipient
E-mail address of recipient
Attached Image Quality
Resolution of attached picture
Setup Menu...
Term
Network
Symbol
Mail
Notification
Callback
Meaning
LAN
Enables notification of an RAS via LAN
No.
Number of IP address
IP Address
IP addresses of RAS PCs
Retry
Number of notification attempts by the DVR in the event of an
error
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Devices – Camera
On the “Camera” menu the cameras are configured.
Setup Menu...
Term
Devices
Symbol
Camera
Settings
Meaning
No.
Activates the cameras
Title
Name of camera
Visibility of recordings and camera data depending on user access
privileges:
Use
Setup Menu...
Term
Normal
All users see all camera data and all recordings
Covert 1
Users without relevant access see camera title, status
symbol, but no recordings
Covert 2
Users without relevant access see only camera title, but no
recordings
Devices
Symbol
Camera
PTZ
Meaning
No.
Number of camera
Product
PTZ camera type as per specified list
ID
Unique ID of PTZ camera
Port
Interface type of PTZ cameras
Settings as specified by PTZ camera manufacturer:
Baud Rate
Setup…
Data Bit
Stop Bit
Parity
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Devices – Alarm-Out
On the “Alarm-Out” menu the alarm outputs are configured.
● “Settings” tab: The alarm outputs are configured.
● “Schedule” tab: Time slots are defined in which the alarm outputs respond in specific ways.
Setup Menu...
Term
Devices
Symbol
Alarm-Out
Settings
Meaning
No.
Number of alarm output
Title
Name of alarm output
Contact method of alarm output:
Type
Dwell
Setup Menu...
Term
NO
Normally Open
NC
Normally Closed
Duration of alarm signal
Devices
Symbol
Alarm-Out
Schedule
Meaning
No.
Number of schedule entry
Day
Day of the week
Range
Time range at 15-minute intervals
Response in defined period:
Mode
Channels
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Event
Alarm in response to event
On
Continuous alarm
Off
No alarm
Enable
● Alarm outputs
● internal beep by DVR
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Devices – Display
On the “Display” menu the mode of on-screen display is configured.
● “OSD” tab: Specify what additional information is displayed on-screen.
● “Main Monitor” tab: Specify how the camera images are displayed on the main monitor.
● “Spot Monitor” tab: Specify which cameras are displayed on the spot monitors.
Setup Menu...
Term
Devices
Symbol
Display
Displayed symbol
OSD
Meaning
Progress
Activates display of:
Remote Control
Remote Control
Zoom
Visible when Zoom mode enabled
Network
Visible when DVR operating in a network
Freeze & Sequence
● Freeze
● Visible when Sequence mode enabled
Screen Group
1/4
Displays number of groups, and their ID
numbers
Free Space
● Visible when Recycle mode enabled
● Remaining hard disk capacity, if Recycle
mode not selected
Archive
Visible when archiving in progress
Mirror
Mirroring
Date
-
Date
Time
-
Time
User Name
-
Display of user name
Camera
Activates display of:
No.
-
Display of camera number
Title
-
Display of camera title
Record
Display of Record symbols
PTZ
Visible when PTZ camera is displayed
Text-In
Display of character string
Audio
Audio
Transparency
-
Transparency of menu screens
OSD Margin...
-
Distance of displayed symbols from screen
margin
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Setup Menu...
Term
Devices
Symbol
Display
Main Monitor
Meaning
Modes of sequences in multiple playback:
Mode
Full
Sequence
All cameras are switched through sequentially.
Cameo
Sequence
Only the image at the bottom right is switched
through; cameras in „Covert“ mode are not
displayed to users without „Covert“ access.
Interval
Time interval between picture refresh
Event Monitoring On
Displays image of relevant camera in full-screen mode when an
event occurs
Setup Menu...
Term
Devices
Symbol
No.
Display
Spot Monitor
Meaning
Number of spot monitor output
Channels
Camera
Selecting a camera
Dwell
Duration of display of the camera image
Devices – Remote Control
On the “Remote Control” menu the remote control function is configured.
Setup Menu...
Term
Port
Devices
Symbol
Remote Control
Meaning
Interface type of remote control
Setup as specified by manufacturer:
Setup…
Baud
Rate
Data Bit
Stop Bit
Parity
Remote Control Product
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Remote control type as per specified list
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Record – Record
On the “Record” menu the basic settings for recordings and their quality are made.
Setup Menu...
Term
Record
Symbol
Record
Meaning
Recycle
Enables automatic overwriting of the oldest recordings when the
hard disk is full
Event Record Dwell
Duration of recording when an event occurs
Auto Deletion
Specify time after which automatically deleted
Use Real Time High
Resolution Record
Activates high resolution recording
Audio Record
Selection of the audio channels
Use Panic Recording
Enables the panic recording function
Note: If not enabled, recording ends when the hard disk is full.
Duration of panic recording
Panic Recording Duration
No Limit
End panic recording by pressing PANIC
button
xx min.
Panic recording ends after preset time or
by pressing PANIC button
ips
Number of recorded images per second in panic recording
Quality
Picture quality of the recorded images in panic recording
Resolution
Quality of recorded images
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Record – Schedule
On the “Schedule” menu the schedule for recording is defined.
Setup Menu...
Record
Term
Symbol
Schedule On
Schedule
Meaning
Enables schedule entries
Note: A recording is made only if schedule entries are enabled.
Otherwise only panic recording is possible.
No.
Number of schedule entry
Day
Day of the week
Range
Time range at 15-minute intervals
Response:
Mode
Channels
No Record
-
Time
Always record in the defined time slot in the
quality set for “Time” mode
Event
Record only in case of event in the defined time
slot in the quality set for "Event“ mode
Time &
Event
Always record in the defined time slot in the quality set for “Time” mode, also in case of event in
the defined time slot in the quality set for “Event”
mode
Assignment of cameras to schedule
Picture data settings in Time and Event modes:
Settings
ips
Number of recorded images per second
Quality
Picture quality of recorded images
Picture data defaults in Time and Event modes:
Default…
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ips
Number of recorded images per second
Quality
Picture quality of recorded images
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Record – Pre-Event
On the “Pre-Event” menu the settings for recording prior to the event are made.
Setup Menu...
Term
Record
Symbol
Pre-Event
Meaning
No.
Activates the cameras
ips
Number of recorded images per second prior to the event
Quality
Picture quality of the recorded images prior to the event
Resolution
Quality of recorded images
Recording time prior to the event
Dwell
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Consequently, the maximum recording time prior to the event,
the number of recorded images and picture quality are interdependent.
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Record – Archive
On the “Archive” menu the schedules and settings for archiving are entered.
Setup Menu...
Term
Archive On
Record
Symbol
Archive
Meaning
Enables the archiving settings
Schedule
Day
Day of week from which to archive recordings
Range
Time range
Archive Data Range
Start of archiving, from:
From
Last Archived
Time of last archiving
xx/yy/200x
Defined date and time
End of archiving, up to:
To
Recycle
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Continue
No end
xx/yy/200x
Defined date and time
Enables automatic overwriting of the oldest recordings when
the archive medium is full.
Note: If not enabled, archiving ends when the archive
medium is full.
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Event – Alarm-In
On the “Alarm-In” menu the alarm inputs and responses to events are configured.
Setup Menu...
Term
Event
Symbol
Alarm-In
Settings
Meaning
No.
Enables the alarm inputs
Title
Name of alarm input
Contact method of alarm input:
Type
Term
Normally Open
NC
Normally Closed
Select alarm input for which the function of panic recording should
be activated
Panic Record
Setup Menu...
NO
Event
Symbol
Alarm-In
Actions 1
Meaning
No.
Number of alarm input
Record
Assignment of cameras to record in event of alarm
These cameras must be in “Event” or “Time and Event” mode within
the time slot:
Setup Menu... > Record > Schedule
Alarm-Out
Assign and enable
● alarm outputs
● internal beep by DVR
These alarm outputs and the internal beep must be enabled within
the time slot:
Setup Menu... > Devices > Alarm-Out > Schedule
Assign and enable notifications:
Mail
Notify
Option "Image Attachment“ for Camera 1-16
LAN 1 to LAN 5
Alert Window
The selected function must be enabled:
Setup Menu... > Network > Notification
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Setup Menu...
Term
Event
Symbol
Alarm-In
Actions 2
Meaning
No.
Number of alarm input
PTZ
Select PTZ cameras to record in event of alarm and select the
desired settings
Spot Monitor
Select spot monitor on which camera image is displayed in event
of alarm
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Event – Motion Detection
On the “Motion Detection” menu the motion-sensitive zones are defined and responses to events configured.
Setup Menu...
Term
No.
Event
Symbol
Motion Detection
Settings
Meaning
Enables motion detection for the camera
Sensitivity of motion detection:
Sensitivity
Daytime
Nighttime
Select the motion-sensitive blocks within the time slot
Left mouse button functions:
● Click to select/deselect
● Click - hold down - drag to define a zone for selection/deletion/back
Right mouse button functions or menu in time slot to select blocks:
Zone
Min. Blocks
Select
Select complete row of blocks
Clear
Clear selection of a row
Reverse
Reverse selection of a row
Select All
Select all blocks
Clear All
Clear selection of all blocks
Reverse All
Reverse selection of all blocks
Specify in how many motion-sensitive blocks motion must be detected as
a minimum to trigger an alarm:
Daytime
Nighttime
Zone View
Mark the motion-sensitive zones (red in event of motion)
Motion Ignoring
Interval
Time interval between 2 events logged as separate events:
Daytime Setup...
Definition of “Daytime” time range
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Each motion detection is logged as a separate event.
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Setup Menu...
Term
Event
Symbol
Motion Detection
Actions 1
Meaning
No.
Number of alarm input
Record
Assignment of cameras to record in event of alarm
These cameras must be in “Event” or “Time and Event” mode within
the time slot:
Setup Menu... > Record > Schedule
Assign and enable
● alarm outputs
● internal beep by DVR
Alarm-Out
These alarm outputs and the internal beep must be enabled within
the time slot:
Setup Menu... > Devices > Alarm-Out > Schedule
Assign and enable notifications:
Mail
Option "Image Attachment“ for Camera 1-16
LAN 1 to LAN 5
Notify
Alert Window
The selected function must be enabled:
Setup Menu... > Network > Notification
Setup Menu...
Term
Event
Symbol
Motion Detection
Actions 2
Meaning
No.
Number of alarm input
PTZ
Select PTZ cameras to record in event of alarm and select the
desired settings
Spot Monitor
Select spot monitor on which camera image is displayed in event
of alarm
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Event – Object Detection
On the "Object Detection“ menu the motion-sensitive zones are defined and responses to events configured.
Setup Menu...
Term
No.
Event
Symbol
Object Detection
Settings
Meaning
Enables object detection for the camera
Sensitivity of object detection:
Sensitivity
1 (Dull)
5 (Sensitive)
Select the motion-sensitive blocks within the time slot
Left mouse button functions:
● Click to select/deselect
● Click - hold down - drag to define a zone for selection/deletion/back
Right mouse button functions or menu in time slot to select blocks:
Zone
Select
Select complete row of blocks
Clear
Clear selection of a row
Reverse
Reverse selection of a row
Select All
Select all blocks
Clear All
Clear selection of all blocks
Reverse All
Reverse selection of all blocks
View Ref. Image
Displays the reference image
Set Ref. Image
Uses the current image as the reference
image
Setting the number of movement-sensitive blocks in which movement
must be detected and over what period of time, for the alarm to be
triggered:
Settings
Min. Blocks
Max. Blocks
Activation Time
Zone View
Mark the motion-sensitive zones (red in event of motion)
Use Ignoring Time
Time Setup… . Definition of the period of time during which there is no
reaction to the occurrence of an event
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Setup Menu...
Term
Event
Symbol
Object Detection
Actions 1
Meaning
No.
Number of alarm input
Record
Assignment of cameras to record in event of alarm
These cameras must be in “Event” or “Time and Event” mode within
the time slot:
Setup Menu... > Record > Schedule
Assign and enable
● alarm outputs
● internal beep by DVR
Alarm-Out
These alarm outputs and the internal beep must be enabled within
the time slot:
Setup Menu... > Devices > Alarm-Out > Schedule
Assign and enable notifications:
Mail
Option "Image Attachment“ for Camera 1-16
LAN 1 to LAN 5
Notify
Alert Window
The selected function must be enabled:
Setup Menu... > Network > Notification
Setup Menu...
Term
Event
Symbol
Object Detection
Actions 2
Meaning
No.
Number of alarm input
PTZ
Select PTZ cameras to record in event of alarm and select the
desired settings
Spot Monitor
Select spot monitor on which camera image is displayed in event
of alarm
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Event – Video Loss
The “Video Loss” menu allows configuration of checking for loss of signal and the responses to events.
Setup Menu...
Term
Event
Symbol
Video Loss
Settings
Meaning
No.
Number of camera
Status View
Activates the status display
Setup Menu...
Term
Event
Symbol
Video Loss
Actions 1
Meaning
No.
Number of camera
Record
Assignment of cameras to record in event of alarm
These cameras must be in “Event” or “Time and Event” mode within
the time slot:
Setup Menu... > Record > Schedule
Alarm-Out
Assign and enable
● alarm outputs
● internal beep by DVR
These alarm outputs and the internal beep must be enabled within
the time slot:
Setup Menu... > Devices > Alarm-Out > Schedule
Assign and enable notifications:
Mail
Notify
Option "Image Attachment“ for Camera 1-16
LAN 1 to LAN 5
Alert Window
The selected function must be enabled:
Setup Menu... > Network > Notification
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Setup Menu...
Term
Event
Symbol
Video Loss
Actions 2
Meaning
No.
Number of camera
PTZ
Select PTZ cameras to record in event of alarm and select the
desired settings
Spot Monitor
Select spot monitor on which camera image is displayed in event
of alarm
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Event – Video Blind
The “Video Blind” menu allows configuration of checking for covert cameras and the responses to events.
Setup Menu...
Term
No.
Event
Symbol
Video Blind
Settings
Meaning
Number of covert camera
Sensitivity of check as to whether camera is covert
Sensitivity
1
Not very sensitive
100
very sensitive
Activation Time of check as to whether camera is covert
Activation Time
Don't Use
xx min.
Status View
Activates the status display
Use Ignoring Time
Time Setup… . Definition of the period of time during which there is
no reaction to the occurrence of an event
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Setup Menu...
Term
Event
Symbol
Video Blind
Actions 1
Meaning
No.
Number of covert camera
Record
Assignment of cameras to record in event of alarm
These cameras must be in “Event” or “Time and Event” mode within
the time slot:
Setup Menu... > Record > Schedule
Assign and enable
● alarm outputs
● internal beep by DVR
Alarm-Out
These alarm outputs and the internal beep must be enabled within
the time slot:
Setup Menu... > Devices > Alarm-Out > Schedule
Assign and enable notifications:
Mail
Option "Image Attachment“ for Camera 1-16
LAN 1 to LAN 5
Notify
Alert Window
The selected function must be enabled:
Setup Menu... > Network > Notification
Setup Menu...
Term
Event
Symbol
Video Blind
Actions 2
Meaning
No.
Number of covert camera
PTZ
Select PTZ cameras to record in event of alarm and select the
desired settings
Spot Monitor
Select spot monitor on which camera image is displayed in event
of alarm
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Setup menu (continued)
Event – Text-In
On the “Text-In” menu the text input device is defined and the responses to text input are configured.
Setup Menu...
Term
Event
Symbol
Text-In
Settings
Meaning
No.
Number of text input device
Setup
Configuration of text input >>
Title
Name of text input
Setup
Term
Port
Symbol
Meaning
Interface
Setting as specified by manufacturer of text input device (ATM,
cash-till etc.):
Setup…
Baud Rate
Data Bit
Stop Bit
Parity
Type of text input:
Text-In Product
Generic Text
Epson
Transaction Start
Character string with which text input must start for the DVR to
respond
Any Character
DVR responds to any character
Transaction End
Character string with which text input must end for the DVR to
respond
0 more line(s)
Enables recording of n more lines
Line Delimiter
Line delimiter as specified by the text input device manufacturer:
^J for LF or ^M for CR
Ignore String
Character string in the text input which the DVR is to ignore
All transmittable character strings are specified by the text input
device manufacturer.
Case Sensitive
Case sensitivity according to text input device manufacturer’s
specification
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Setup menu (continued)
Setup Menu...
Term
Event
Symbol
Text-In
Actions 1
Meaning
No.
Number of alarm input
Record
Assignment of cameras to record in event of alarm
These cameras must be in “Event” or “Time and Event” mode within
the time slot:
Setup Menu... > Record > Schedule
Assign and enable
● alarm outputs
● internal beep by DVR
Alarm-Out
These alarm outputs and the internal beep must be enabled within
the time slot:
Setup Menu... > Devices > Alarm-Out > Schedule
Assign and enable notifications:
Mail
Option "Image Attachment“ for Camera 1-16
LAN 1 to LAN 5
Notify
Alert Window
The selected function must be enabled:
Setup Menu... > Network > Notification
Setup Menu...
Term
Event
Symbol
Text-In
Actions 2
Meaning
No.
Number of alarm input
PTZ
Select PTZ cameras to record in event of alarm and select the
desired settings
Spot Monitor
Select spot monitor on which camera image is displayed in event
of alarm
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Setup menu (continued)
Event – System Event
On the “System Event” menu the self-diagnostics and corresponding messages are configured..
Setup Menu...
Term
Event
Symbol
System Event
Health Check
Meaning
System
System self-diagnostics interval
Check Recording
Setup... . Configuration of schedule >>
Check Alarm-In
Interval for checking Alarm Inputs
Setup…
Term
Symbol
Meaning
Schedule On
Enables schedule entries
No.
Number of schedule entry
Day
Day of the week
Range
Time range at 15-minute intervals
Interval
Checking interval
Setup Menu...
Term
Event
Symbol
System Event
Storage
Meaning
Disk Bad Notify
Percentage of bad sectors on hard disk as from which an alarm
is triggered
Disk Almost Full Notify
Percentage hard disk space available as from which “Disk
Almost Full” alarm is triggered
Disk S.M.A.R.T.
Entering the temperature limit (in Celsius or Fahrenheit) for the
data media S.M.A.R.T. check
If the temperature limit is exceeded an alarm is triggered.
For details of your hard disk’s temperature limit refer to the
manufacturer’s manual.
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Setup menu (continued)
Setup Menu...
Term
Event
Symbol
System Event
Actions
Meaning
Events (based on checks):
Event
Alarm-Out
System
System check failed
Panic Record
Panic recording in progress
Check Recording
Recording check failed
Check Alarm-In
Check of alarm inputs failed
Disk Almost Full
Preset limit value for hard disk capacity
reached
Disk Full
Hard disk full
Disk Bad
Preset limit value for number of bad
sectors reached
Disk Temperature
Preset temperature limit reached
Disk S.M.A.R.T.
S.M.A.R.T. check failed
Assign and enable
● alarm outputs
● internal beep by DVR
Note: Not possible for system event and panic recording
Assign and enable notifications:
Notify
Mail
Option "Image Attachment“ for Camera 1-16
LAN 1 to LAN 5
(not in case of system event)
Alert Window
(not in case of system event)
The selected function must be enabled:
Setup Menu... > Network > Notification
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Setup menu (continued)
Event – Event Status
The “Event Status” menu indicates the status of all possible events:
● Grey text: Event detection not enabled
● White text: Event detection enabled
● Flashing border: Message – acute event for 5 sec
● Yellow field: Pending event
Setup Menu...
Event
Event Status
Event Status
Term
Event
Alarm-In
At alarm input 1 to 16
Check Alarm-In
Error detected at one of alarm inputs 1 to 16
Motion
Motion detected on camera 1 to 16
Object Detection
Object detected on camera 1 to 16
Video Loss
Loss of signal on camera 1 to 16
Video Blind
Covert camera on camera 1 to 16
Text-In
Text input on text input device 1 to 16
Panic Record
Panic recording
Check Recording
On checking the recording
Disk Almost Full
On checking the data medium (only if DVR is not operating in Overwrite
mode)
Disk Full
On checking the data medium (only if DVR is not operating in Overwrite
mode)
Setup Menu...
Event
Event Status
Term
Meaning
Type
Memory type
Disk Bad
Data carrier status
Temperature
Data carrier status
S.M.A.R.T.
Result of S.M.A.R.T. check
Internal 1 to 4
Name of hard disk drives
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WebGuard – WebWatch controls
The following diagram and table set out the functions on the Web Watch:
1
2
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
No.
Designation
Function
1
WebGuard Logging out
2
Open Search (WebSearch)
3
DVR
4
5
6
● Date/Time
● IP Address
● User Name
Image display modes
Display
To
Change camera name and image aspect ratio
Select cameras
Image optimisation
7
PTZ camera functions
Activate Alarm Outputs
8
Save current recording data
9
Set up image drawing mode
10
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Display
Event log
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WebGuard – WebSearch controls
The following diagram and table set out the functions on the Web Search:
1
2
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
No.
Designation
1
WebGuard Logging out
2
3
Open Display (WebWatch)
DVR
4
5
Function
Display date/time, IP address and user name
Zoom On/Off and image optimisation
Display
Change camera name and image aspect ratio
6
Playback functions
7
Image display modes
8
Display
Time bar calendar search and event log
Search for date/time
9
Calendar search
Event Search
10
Reload recording data
11
Set up image drawing mode
Save any video clip as an EXE file
12
Save current image as BMP or JPEG file
Print
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Using WebGuard
WebGuard permits the following, using an Internet connection
● View current video images
● Search and view recorded records
Requirements:
● The Internet connection is set up and the WebGuard service is activated.
● A PC with Internet access to the DVR must be available.
● Internet Explorer must be installed on the PC.
Using WebGuard
Step
Action
1
Ask your System Administrator about the current access data.
2
Start Internet Explorer.
Enter the access data in the address line, e.g.: 192.168.1.129:12088
3
Enter your User Name (admin), Password (blank) and if necessary the port addresses.
4
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Select Login.
Result: WebGuard window is opened.
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Specifications DPR-2016
Model
DPR-2016/500D
EDP No.
71955
Video standard
PAL/NTSC (auto detection)
Remark
-
Event logs
Unlimited number of entries for alarm/event/text messages, loss of signal
Security against unauthorised
use
Key locking, 64 user groups with programmable access (up to 256 users)
Transmission rate
100 field images per sec (CIF), 50 field images per sec (2CIF), PAL
Alarm triggering
E-Mail, Remote SW (RAS plus)
Alarm activation
Automatic multi-screen display of alarm images programmable
Remote Control
Wireless IR remote control (included)
Text display interface
ATM/POS, 10 channels max.
Monitor display
Real-time playback: 25 field images per sec (PAL), 30 field images per sec
(NTSC) per camera
Covert camera mode
Programmable
Time synchronisation
Network time log, network time server
System change log
Up to 5000 entries for login/logout, configuration changes, remote access,
change of signal connection, disk read/write errors
Zoom function
2x~4x
Playback
Full image, 4-, 3+4-, 9-, 2+8-, 1+12-, 16-channel split, PIP
Post-alarm recording
Up to 15 minutes
VGA
-
Control interface
RS-485 port for PTZ control (verified logs: eneo-Fastrax, Pelco P/D) or
keyboard connection for remote control
Activity detection
Programmable 24 x 30 (720) grid, 5 sensitivity settings
Simplex/Duplex/Triplex/Pentaplex mode
Pentaplex (Live/Recording/Playback/Network/Backup without loss of
performance)
Video inputs
16x 1 Vp-p, (F)BAS, 75 Ohm, BNC, loop-through
Monitor outputs
4x Spot-Outputs 1Vss, (F)BAS, 75 Ohm, BNC, 1x VGA
Video output
1x 1 Vp-p, (F)BAS, 75 Ohm, BNC; 1x S-VHS, S= 1 Vp-p, C= 0.3 Vp-p, 75
Ohm
Audio input
16x amplifier input, cinch
Audio output
1x amplifier output, cinch
Resolution
FBAS/PAL: 720 x 576 Pixels
VGA: 720 x 576, 800 x 600 Pixels (Display)
Compression method
MPEG-4, higher compression rates with same picture quality enable maximum recording times
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Specifications DPR-2016 (continued)
Model
DPR-2016/500D
Recording speed
400 field image per sec at CIF/2CIF resolution (352 x 288 / 704 x 288
pixels/PAL),
200 field image per sec at 4CIF resolution (704 x 576 pixels/PAL)
Picture size
Basic: 6.7/8 kB; Standard: 15/18 kB; High: 30/36 kB; Very high: 66.7/80 kB
(NTSC/PAL). Modus: "High Resolution/4CIF“
Hard disk capacity
500 GB ATA hard disk, expandable to as many as 4 internal hard disks
Playback speed
100 field image per sec at CIF/2CIF resolution (352 x 288 / 704 x 288
pixels/PAL),
50 field image per sec at 4CIF resolution (704 x 576 pixels/PAL)
Export of picture data
via USB 2.0, SCSI port, CD/DVD writer.
Network data export: Clip Player, AVI, JPG, BMP
Alarm inputs
16x TTL, programmable as NC/NO (terminal strip)
Alarm outputs
12x TTL, open collector,
4x relay contacts (125 VAC / 0,6 A, 110 VDC / 0,6 A, 30 VDC / 2 A)
Alarm reset
1 TTL (terminal strip)
Alarm messages
System error, hard disk error
Pre-alarm recording
Up to 30 minutes
Recording medium
SATA hard disks, built-in CD/DVD-RW writer
Archiving
With EIDE, SCSI and USB hard disks. Real-time mirroring
Menu languages
German, English, Italian, French, Spanish
Ethernet port
10Base-T, 100Base-TX, RJ-45
Remote software
For remote administration and image search function (RAS plus included)
Ports
3x USB, 2x RS-485, 2x RS-232 (ATM/POS, telemetry, configuration or
modem), 1x SCSI for extending the memory
Power Supply
100 VAC~230 VAC, 50/60 Hz
Power consumption
approx. 240 W
Temperature range
5°C to 40°C
Housing
Metal with plastic front panel
Colour
Pantone 877C
Dimensions (H x W x D)
177 x 430 x 504 mm (4HE 19“ rack)
Weight
approx. 16 kg
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Accessories
EDP No.
Short description
71950
Hard disk 250GB for DPR-2016
71956
Hard disk 500GB for DPR-2016
71975
CD/DVD Writer DVD+/-RW 48x/18x, CD/DVD
74088
System keyboard with 3-axis joystick
74092
System keyboard with joystick, 5” monitor
71902
USB mouse for DVR series DLR3 and DTR
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Supported PTZ cameras
Manufacturer
Designation
Manufacturer
Designation
Costar
CDC 2500
Ademco Video
Orbiter Microsphere
Dyna Color
CDC2400
SysMania
ORX_1000
Chilsung
CRD-J6416
Linlin
PIH-717
Fine
CRR-1660s
ELMO
PTC-200C/CVAS
Pelco
D-log
ELMO
PTC-250C
Dennard
Dennard2060
Pacom
Pacom 2036
Tokina
DMP-1223
Dongyang
Power Controller
Dongyang Unitech
DRX-500
Sungjin
Receiver/MPU
Dongyang
DY-255RXC
Costar
SIC722V
Sensormatic
Delta Dome II/Ultra IV
Samsung Techwin
SPD 1600
Eneo
Fastrax
Samsung
Samsung Dome
Philips
G3 Basic AutoDome
Pelco
Spectra Dome
LG Honeywell)
GRU604A
Samsung Techwin
SRX-100B
JVC
TK-S576
Hitron
Speed Dome
Sensormatic
Ultra VI
Canon
VC-C4
Canon
VC-C50i
Inter-M
VRX-2201
Vicon
Vicon
Hitron
22x AF Zoom
360Vision
VisionDome
Panasonic
WJ-SX550A
Panasonic
WV-CS850/854
CBC
ZC-SD622J
Samsung
Zoom Camera
Honeywell
HDC-655
LG Honeywell
HSD-25X
Honeywell
HSDN-251
Idis
IRX-100
Ultrak
KD6
Ultrak
KD6 Z-series
Kalatel
KTD-312
LG
LPT-A100L
Novus-C
Samsung
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Index
A
Accessories 73
Alarm
Configuring inputs 53
Configuring outputs 46
Connecting inputs 8
Connecting outputs 8
Motion Detection 56
Object Detection 58
Resetting 10
Setting schedule for outputs 46
Setting signal duration 46
Video Blind 62
Video Loss 59
Ambient conditions 3, 72
Archiving
Configuring 52
Memory requirement 26, 52
Setting schedule 52
Assigning cameras
Alarm-In 53
Motion Detection 55, 56
Object Detection 57, 58
Text-In 64
Video Blind 61
Video Loss 59
Assigning PTZ cameras
Alarm-In 54
Motion Detection 55, 56
Object Detection 58
Text-In 64
Video Blind 62
Video Loss 60, 62
B
Basic functions 7
C
Calendar search 30
Cameo 48
Cleaning 3
Clip-Copy 34
Configuring a pre-event 51
Configuring event responses 53
Configuring Motion Detection 55
Configuring panic recording 49
Configuring PTZ cameras 45
Configuring remote control 48
Configuring text input as event 63
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Configuring the cameras 45
Configuring Video Blind as an event 61
Configuring video loss as event 59
Connecting cameras 8
Connections 8
Control options 7
Control protocols 74
Controls
Front panel 10
Remote Control 13
WebSearch 69
WebWatch 68
Copying recordings 34
Covert mode 21, 45
D
Date setting 37
Defining bookmarks 29
Defining group access rights 40
Defining motion-sensitive zones 55
Display
Configuring 47
Hiding 21, 45
Displaying event status 67
Display menu
Access 16
Disposal 79
DVRNS
Network configuration 43
Dwell 46
E
E-mail Notification 44
EMC class 3
Enabling notification
Alarm-In 53
Motion Detection 56
Object Detection 58
System Event 66
Text-In 64
Video Blind 62
Video Loss 59
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Index (continued)
Event
Configuring a pre-event 51
Configuring Object Detection 57
Configuring responses 53
Defining motion-sensitive zones 55
Displaying status 67
Setting recording time 49
System events 65
Text input 63
Video Blind 61
Video Loss 59
Event log 31
F
Monitor
Configuring display 47
Configuring display sequence 48
Connecting 8
Motion search 33
N
Network configuration 41
Network settings
DVRNS 43
LAN 42
P
Getting started
Video recorder 3, 18
Package contents 7
PANIC 10, 49
PTZ-menu
Access 16
PTZ cameras
Connecting 8
Supported cameras 74
H
R
Hard disks
changing 23
installing 24
Mirroring 25, 38
Health Check 65
Recording
Copying 34
delete 21
Memory requirement 26
Search 27
Setting schedule 50
Recreate factory settings 22
Recycling the device 79
Remote Control
Controls 13
Setting system ID 18, 36
Reset 8, 22
Front panel 10
Controls 10, 12
G
I
IP Address 42, 43
L
LAN
Network configuration 42
M
Memory requirement
Archiving 26, 52
Recording 26
Memory type 38
Menu descriptions
Search menu 27
Setup menu 35
Menu structure 14
Mirroring of hard disks 25, 38
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S
Safety instructions 3
Schedule
Setting for alarm 46
Setting for archiving 52
Setting for recording 50
Search
Bookmark Search 29
Calendar search 30
Event log 31
Motion search 33
Text-In 32
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Index (continued)
Search-menu
Access 17
Setting a password 40
Setting automatic overwrite 49
Setting bookmarks 29
Setting menu language 36
Setting recording quality 49
Setting system ID for remote control 36
Setting the duration of records in an event occurrence 49
Setting up a concealed camera 21, 45
Setting up Notification 44
Setting up user groups 40
Setting up users 40
Setup menu
Access 17
Menu descriptions 35
Shutdown 19
Software updates 21
Software version 36
Specifications 71
Specifying public holidays 37
Spot Monitor
Assigning a camera 48
Connecting 8
Storage media
Displaying status 38
Displaying usage 38
Setting automatic overwrite 49
Switching off 19
Switching on 19
System
Export setup 36
Import setup 36
Logging out as USER 41
Shutdown 41
System events
Configuring 65
Health Check 65
W
WebGuard
Controls 68, 69
Use 70
WebSearch
Controls 69
Use 70
WebWatch
Controls 68
Use 70
T
Text-in search 32
Time
Setting 37
Synchronising 37
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Notes on disposal
Correct disposal of this DVR
WEEE (Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment)
Applicable in the member states of the European Union and other European countries with a separate collection system
The marking on the DVR and on the documentation stipulates that it must not be
thrown away in normal domestic waste at the end of its useful life.
General rules
► Avoid uncontrolled waste disposal: Please dispose of this DVR separately from other waste, so as to avoid
posing a hazard to the environment and to human health.
► Recycle the DVR in order to aid the sustainable reuse of material resources.
Private users
► Contact the retailer from whom you purchased the DVR or your competent local authority to find out how
you can recycle the DVR in an environmentally friendly way.
Commercial users
► This DVR must not be thrown away with trade waste. To clarify the conditions of disposal, check your
purchase contract or contact your supplier.
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