8CH/16CH H.264 Standalone DVR
ADR-7608P/7616D
User Manual
Version 1.0
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Table of Contents
Section1 Introduction...........................................................................................................................5
1.1 Product Overview......................................................................................................................5
1.2 Product Features........................................................................................................................5
1.3 Product Specifications...............................................................................................................5
1.4 Package .....................................................................................................................................6
Section2 System Appearance & Installation .......................................................................................7
2.1 Front Panel.................................................................................................................................7
2.2 Rear Panel................................................................................................................................10
2.3 HDD Installation......................................................................................................................12
Section3 Menu....................................................................................................................................15
3.1 Menu Display...........................................................................................................................15
3.2 Menu Tree................................................................................................................................16
Section4 Menu Setup .........................................................................................................................18
4.1 TIME........................................................................................................................................19
4.2 RECORD.................................................................................................................................21
4.3 SCHEDULE.............................................................................................................................23
4.4 MOTION.................................................................................................................................24
4.5 ALARM...................................................................................................................................25
4.6 NETWORK.............................................................................................................................28
4.7 ADVANCED............................................................................................................................31
Section5 Live Display .......................................................................................................................41
Section6 Backup.................................................................................................................................45
Section7 PTZ Control.........................................................................................................................45
Section8 F/W Update..........................................................................................................................46
Section9 Remote Monitoring and Control via Ethernet.....................................................................47
9.1 Control DVR remotely over the web.......................................................................................47
9.2 Web troubleshooting................................................................................................................56
APPENDIX 1. Alarm Input/Output Pin Descriptions (16CH)...........................................................57
APPENDIX 2. CF card Compatible List............................................................................................59
APPENDIX 3. Play process after backing up DVR files to USB device...........................................60
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Section1 Introduction
1.1 Product Overview
Designed for globally increasing surveillance requirements, ADR-7608P/7616D is a high
performance 8/16ch standalone Digital Video Recorder. It takes H.264 compression format
to not only improve video quality but also extend recording time over the same hard disk
capacity, and the friendly UI design also enables users even unfamiliar with computer
operations can easily control this DVR. Specially, the advanced remote function of 3G
mobile surveillance and CMS is added so that users can do surveillance via 3G moble
phone and simultaneously operate multiple DVRs that are distributed in different areas
through the network interface. The high-quality 8CH/16CH DVR is absolutely the best
choice for your security surveillance.
1.2 Product Features
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H.264 compression format, 120fps at D1 for recording
8ch/16ch all real-time recording & display
Support SATA/ eSATA high capacity storage
VGA output
Pentaplex: Live, Record, Playback, Backup & Network
Independent channel resolution, frame rate, quality & mode setting
Support USB 2.0 drive, DVD & Network for video backup
Support multiple recording modes
Support graphic user interface & multi-language OSD
Support IR remote control
Support mouse control
Event notification via E-mail
Support 3G mobile surveillance
Support CMS (option)
1.3 Product Specifications
Specifications
Video
Audio
Record
7608P
7616D
Video Input
8 (BNC)
16 (BNC)
Loop Out
8 (BNC)
16 (BNC)
Main Monitor Out
1 (BNC), 1 (VGA), S-video, HDMI (option)
Call Monitor Out
1 (BNC)
Compression
Format
H.264
Display Mode
Full, 4, 8, 9
Full, 4, 8, 9, 16
Audio Input
8
16
Audio Output
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Resolution
(Adjustable)
D1, Half-D1, CIF
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240fps(D1),
240fps(Half-D1),
240fps(CIF)
FPS
Manual, Schedule, Alarm, Motion, Event,
Always and Off mode
Mode
Playback
Storage
Backup
Alarm
Network
Other
240fps(D1),
240fps(Half-D1),
240fps(CIF)
FPS
Support SATA HDD*4(3.5”)
Hot SWAP Module
Option
External
eSATA port*1
USB 2.0 port
2 (for USB 2.0 drive, DVD-RW & USB
mouse)
DVD-RW
Internal(USB/ eSATA)
CF slot
Yes
Alarm Input
8
16
Alarm Output
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Remote Control &
Monitoring
Yes (IE & Firefox)
3G surveillance
Option
CMS
Yes
Jog & Shuttle
Yes
PTZ
Pelco-D, Pelco-P protocol
Power
DC 19V <84W
430 (W)x 88(H) x 473(D) mm
1.4 Package
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240fps(D1),
480fps(Half-D1),
480fps(CIF)
Internal HDD
Dimension
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240fps(D1),
480fps(Half-D1),
480fps(CIF)
Digital Video Recorder*1
Power Adapter & Power Cord*1
Screw Bag (for fastening HDD)
Support CD*1
User Manual*1
IR remote Controller*1
Batteries (AAA)*2 (used for IR remote controller)
Mouse*1
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Section2 System Appearance & Installation
2.1 Front Panel
1. Channel Selection buttons
Number buttons can be used to display given channel on monitor and input password.
2. Function buttons
a) FUNC
This button is reserved for future use.
b) LOCK
In order for only authorized person to operate buttons in front panel, this LOCK
button can be utilized. If this button is pressed, all of buttons in front panel are not
operated at the same time LOCK LED ON. To release button locking, password will
be requested after pressing LOCK button. If correct password is input, button locking
will be released.
c) PTZ (Pan, Tilt and Zooming)
The camera(s) with panning, tilting and zooming function would be connected with
one and some of video inputs of DVR. In order to control PTZ function of the
camera, PTZ button should be pressed first. And then direction buttons for panning
and tilting can be pressed.
d) SEARCH
This button can be used to enter playback sub-menu for searching out proper
recorded file for playback.
e) Sequential Display button
If this button is pressed, display channels would start to rotate sequentially according
to the cycle time set up in display setting menu.
NOTE: Sequential display icon would be shown on the left-up side of the monitor
after sequential display is turned on.
f) Display Mode Selection
Display mode selection button is pressed for switching display modes, single picture,
Quad-split, 8-split, 9-split, 16split would be switched.
g) ESC
This button is pressed to return upper menu.
h) MENU
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This button is pressed to enter menu for system setting.
i) Save & Esc
After system setting in menu, this button is used to save the settings and escape to
upper menu.
3. Direction buttons and Enter Button
a) Direction buttons are used to move LEFT, RIGHT, UP and DOWN in menu.
b) ENTER button is used to select parameter in the menu. And in playback, it is used to
select one of listed file for playback after searching recorded files.
4. REC/ STOP, REW(◄◄), PLAY/ PAUSE (►/ II), STOP( ■ ) ,and FF(►►)buttons
a) ●/■ button can be pressed to start recording while emergency recording is
be pressed manually for all channel recording while emergency happens.
b) REW button can be used for high speed backward playback. It support 2 to 16 times
playback speed.
c) PLAY/ PAUSE is used to freeze playback and also restart playback while pause.
d) STOP button is used to stop playback
e) FF button to do high speed forward playback. It support 2 to 16 times playback
speed.
5. LED Indicators
a) REC/HDD
This red LED will turn “ON” during recording or playback .
b) ALARM
This red LED will turn “ON” when motion detection or alarm have been triggered.
c) NET
This green LED will turn “ON”, while data through network is transmitting.
d) USB
This red LED will turn “ON” during data backup or F/W upgrade through USB drive.
e) LOCK
This red LED will turn “ON” while LOCK button is working.
6. USB port
Inserting USB 2.0 Drive for data backup and FW upgrade; supports USB DVD-RW
only.
7. Power Button (Power On/ Off button)
This Power button can be pressed to turn off DVR power. When this button is
pressed,password is requested. When right password is input, DVR power will be
turned off.
8. CF slot inserting CF card for F/W upgrade and data backup.
Please refer to Appendix2 for CF compatible list
9. Jog and Shuttle
Jog and shuttle enable user to operate DVR easier in handling such as fast forward, fast
reverse playback and one frame movement in still picture.
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2.2 Rear Panel
1. 8/16CH Video Inputs
8/16 channel composite video inputs with BNC connectors. NOTE:NTSC and PAL video
sources for 8/16CH video inputs can not be mixed. If they are mixed, DVR can’ not be
operated properly.
2. 8/16CH Loop through outputs
8/16 channel composite video outputs with BNC connectors. If the connection of loopthrough video outputs into another video equipments is requested, 8/16CH Loopthrough outputs can be utilized for it.
3. Video Outputs: 2 BNC, 1 S-Video & 1 VGA
the BNS connector marked “MONITOR”, S-Video and VGA output are used for main
monitoring. The other BNC connector marked “CALL” is used for spot monitoring, which
displays all of connected video channels sequentially and pop up the channel with event
triggered.
4. 2CH Audio input (RCA) and 1CH Audio Output (RCA)
Audio signal input and output with RCA jack. Connect the audio source to audio input
and audio output to your amplifier because the DVR don’t amplify audio output. A
speaker with an amplifier will be needed for audio playback. The audio input can be
from an amplified source or directly from a microphone.
5. Ethernet Port
Connect a Cat5 cable with an RJ-45 jack to the DVR connector. Remote PC viewer
software via network enables you to access live viewing and other available functions.
6. eSATA Port for External Storage Expansion
eSATA device like RAID system is supported for storage expansion, you can connect it
to eSATA port via eSATA cable. Make sure that you have turned on the eSATA external
storage device before DVR power on.
7. Alarm input and relay output
8/16 alarm inputs and 2 relay output with NO, NC.
8. Fan
System Fan.
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9. Power Input (from Adapter)
Connect the adapter to the DVR for DC power supply. (DC19V / 7A).
10. HDMI
Supports HDMI ouput.
11. USB
Supports USB mouse only.
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2.3 HDD Installation
1. Loosen each of the 11 screws on the front and back panels of the case with a screw
driver to remove the cover.
2. Once you remove the cover on top of the DVR, unscrew the screws of the hard drive
tray (2 on each side), and unplug the corresponding power cable and data cable as
shown in the figure below.
3. Remove the hard disk tray carefully; avoid breaking the LED lights on the PCB board
when removing the tray.
4. Place two 3.5 inch hard disks on the hard disk tray. Please beware of the direction
which the hard disks are inserted; the side with the SATA port should be far away from
the PCB board. Then use the provided screws to fixate the hard disks on the tray (both
left and right sides). Connect the SATA cable and power cable to the SATA hard disk,
as shown in the figure below:
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5. Finally, place the cover back on and lock it in place using the screws.
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Section3 Menu
3.1 Menu Display
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ICON
Description
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TIME
System time/ date setup
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RECORD
Recording parameters setup
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SCHEDULE
Weekly recording schedule setup for Schedule recording mode
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MOTION
Motion Area/ Sensitivity setup for Motion recording mode
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ALARM
Alarm input type selection and Buzzer setup
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NETWORK
Network parameters setup
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ADVANCED
Advanced setup for system/ display/ camera/ disk format/ backup
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3.2 Menu Tree
1.TIME
1.1 DATE SETUP
1.2 TIME SETUP
1.3 DATA DISPLAY FORMAT
1.4 TIME DISPLAY FORMAT
1.5 TIME ZONE SETUP
1.6 DAYLIGHT SAVING
2.RECORD
2.1 RESOLUTION
2.2 FPS
2.3 QUALITY
2.4 RECORD MODE
2.5 POST RECORD
3.SCHEDULE
4.MOTION
4.1 MOTION CH
4.1 SENSITIVITY
4.3 DETECTION AREA
5.ALARM
5.1 ALARM INPUT
5.2 ALARM OUTPUT 1
5.3 ALARM OUTPUT 2
5.4 BUZZER
5.4.1 KEY TONE
5.4.2 ALARM
5.5 EMAIL NOTIFICATION
6.NETWORK
6.1 IP MODE
6.2 IP ADDRESS
6.3 SUBNET MASK
6.4 GATEWAY
6.5 PORT
6.6 DDNS
6.7 PPPoE
6.8 EMAIL SETTING
6.9 STREAMING VIDEO RESOLUTION
7.ADVANCED SETUP
7.1 SYSTEM
7.1.1 LANGUAGE
7.1.2 VIDEO FORMAT
7.1.3 DISK OVERWRITE
7.1.4 SYSTEM INFO
7.1.5 EVENT LOG
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7.1.6 FIRMWARE UPDATE
7.1.7 SETTING IMPORT/ EXPORT
7.1.8 USER MANAGEMENT
7.1.9 PERERCORD
7.1.10 DVR NUMBER
7.2 DISPLAY
7.2.1 CAMERA TITLE DISPLAY
7.2.2 RECODE MODE DISPLAY
7.2.3 AUTO-HIDE TOOLBAR
7.2.4 DWELL
7.2.5 DATE TIME POSITION
7.2.6 RECORD DATE TIME
7.2.7 HDMI RESOLUTION
7.3 CAMERA
7.3.1 CAMERA
7.3.2 CAMERA TITLE
7.3.3 BRIGHTNESS
7.3.4 CONTRAST
7.3.5 HUE
7.3.6 SATURATION
7.3.7 ADVANCED SETUP
7.4 DISK FORMAT
7.5 SEARCH & BACKUP
7.6 ACCOUNT/ PASSWORD
7.7 LOAD FACTORY DEFAULT
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Section4 Menu Setup
For the first time using your DVR, you will want to establish the initial settings. This
includes setting items such as time and date, record parameters, network and so on.
In order to enter Main Menu for setup, first press MENU button of the front panel in DVR.
NOTE: Password is necessary for entering main menu while AdminLock is set as ON
(Default is OFF). AdminLock can be set as ON or OFF in ADVANCED >> SYSTEM
NOTE: Default password is 111111
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To access the DVR Menu, press MENU; To escape MENU, ESC can be used.
Buttons for movement in Menu are direction buttons. Button for selection is ENTER.
SAVE & ESC
: to return to the previous Menu with saving the values of setup;
ESC: to return to the previous Menu without saving the values of setup;
SAVE & EXIT: to return to Live display with saving the values of setup;
DEFAULT: all the setting values of the page will be returned to initial values.
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4.1 TIME
To access time setup, press ENTER button after moving highlight icon to TIME ICON in
Menu. Time setup menu will appear on monitor shown as below.
1) DATE:
Move Highlight icon to Date in the Time setup menu by using UP or DOWN button. Year,
month and date can be changed after pressing ENTER button. System Date can be input
by OSD keyboard. Number characters can be selected and input by using direction and
ENTER buttons. After inputing the right date, press SAVE & ESC to save it. (Mouse input
is also available)
2) TIME:
Move Highlight icon to Time in the Time setup menu by using UP or DOWN button. Hour,
minute and second can be changed after pressing ENTER button. System Time can be
input by OSD keyboard. Number characters can be selected and input by using direction
and ENTER buttons. After inputing the right date, press SAVE & ESC to save it. (Mouse
input is also available)
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3) DATE DISPLAY FORMAT: YY/MM/DD, MM/DD/YY, DD/MM/YY
Move Highlight icon to Date Display Format in the Time setup menu by using UP or DOWN
button. Date Display Format can be changed after pressing ENTER button. Use UP or
DOWN and ENTER to select the parameter.
4) TIME DISPLAY FORMAT: 12 HOUR, 24HOUR
Move Highlight icon to Time Display Format in the Time setup menu by using UP or
DOWN button. Time Display Format can be changed after pressing ENTER button. Use
UP or DOWN and ENTER to select the parameter.
5) TIME ZONE SETUP:
Move Highlight icon to Time Zone Setup in the Time setup menu by using UP or DOWN
button. Time Zone Setup can be changed after pressing ENTER button. Use UP or
DOWN and ENTER to select the parameter.(Mouse input is also available)
6) DAYLIGHT SAVING
Move Highlight icon to Daylight Saving in the Time setup menu by using UP or DOWN
button. Daylight Saving can be changed after pressing ENTER button. Daylight saving
ON/OFF and start-end time can be set here.
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4.2 RECORD
To access record setup, press ENTER button after moving highlight icon to RECORD
ICON in Menu. Record setup menu will appear on monitor.
1) RESOLUTION: CIF, HALF-D1, D1
In the record setup menu, move to the cell of RESOLUTION and CH which is to be setup
using direction (UP/ DOWN/ LEFT/ RIGHT) buttons. Recording resolution for specific CH
can be changed after pressing ENTER button. Use UP or DOWN and ENTER to select the
parameter.
2) FPS: 30, 15, 10, 7.5, 6, 5, 3, 2 (NTSC)
In the record setup menu, move to the cell of FPS and CH which is to be setup using
direction (UP/ DOWN/ LEFT/ RIGHT) buttons. Recording frames per second for specific
CH can be changed after pressing ENTER button. Use UP or DOWN and ENTER to select
the parameter.
3) QUALITY: HIGHEST, HIGH, NORMAL, LOW
In the record setup menu, move to the cell of QUALITY and CH which is to be setup using
direction (UP/ DOWN/ LEFT/ RIGHT) buttons. Recording quality for specific CH can be
changed after pressing ENTER button. Use UP or DOWN and ENTER to select the
parameter.
4) RECORD MODE: MANUAL, ALWAYS, MOTION, ALARM, EVENT, SCHEDULE,
DISABLE
In the record setup menu, move to the cell of RECORD MODE and CH which is to be
setup using direction (UP/ DOWN/ LEFT/ RIGHT) buttons. Recording mode for specific CH
can be changed after pressing ENTER button. Use UP or DOWN and ENTER to select the
parameter.
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Record Mode
Icon
Description
MANUAL
If MANUAL mode is set, the channel would start recording
only by pressing the REC/STOP button on front panel.
ALWAYS
If ALWAYS mode is set, the channel would start recording
after system power on.
MOTION
If MOTION mode is set, the channel would start recording
while object movement is detected.
ALARM
If ALARM mode is set, the channel would start recording
while sensor in is triggered.
EVENT
If EVENT mode is set, the channel would start recording
while object movement is detected or sensor in is triggered.
SCHEDULE
If SCHEDULE mode is set, the channel would start
recording according to the weekly recording schedule setup
in schedule menu.
If DISABLE mode is set, the channel would not do any
recording.
NOTE: While live viewing, the mode icon would be shown on each channel to
indicate which mode was set.
DISABLE
5) POST RECORD: 5s, 10s, 15s, 20s, 25s, 30s, 1m, 3m, 5m
In the record setup menu, using direction (UP/ DOWN/ LEFT/ RIGHT) buttons move to the
cell of POST RECORD and CH which is to be setup. Post recording time after event being
triggered for specific CH can be changed after pressing ENTER button. Use UP or DOWN
and ENTER to select the parameter.
NOTE: ALL option is used for all-channel setup
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4.3 SCHEDULE
To access schedule setup, press ENTER button after moving highlight icon to
SCHEDULE ICON in Menu. Schedule setup menu will appear on monitor.
When the record mode in record setup is set as schedule mode, the DVR will use the
weekly schedule defined here to control the recording function. Each time interval is one
hour in length and the user can specify the recording mode for each hour during a week
(Sunday ~ Saturday). The procedure for setting the recording schedule is shown below.
<The procedure for weekly schedule setup>
Step 1 Select the Recording Mode: MANUAL, ALWAYS, MOTION, ALARM, EVENT
To set the recording schedule, first move the highlight icon over the desired recording
mode. The default mode is MANUAL so use the UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT buttons to move
to the desired recording mode then press ENTER to confirm it.
NOTE: The mode selected will be highlight with orange rectangle.
Step 2 Schedule Recording Mode
Once the recording mode has been selected, use the UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT buttons to
move to the desired time interval and press ENTER to apply the selected recording mode.
The time interval will change to the color of the selected recording mode. Use the same
procedure to set the recording modes for each time interval.
Step 3 Saving the Recording Schedule
After setting the recording modes for each time interval, use SAVE & ESC or SAVE &
EXIT to leave Schedule Setup. If a channel's recording mode is set as schedule, its
recording mode will be changed according to the recording schedule set here.
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4.4 MOTION
To access motion setup, press ENTER button after moving highlight icon to MOTION
ICON in MENU. Motion setup menu will appear on monitor.
1) MOTION CH:
To select the CH in which motion detection sensitivity and area would be set.
2) SENSITIVITY: Level 0 ~ 16
Move Highlight icon to Date Display Format in the Motion setup menu by using UP or
DOWN button. Motion detection sensitivity can be changed after pressing ENTER button.
Use UP or DOWN and ENTER to select the parameter.
3) DETECTION AREA
Move Highlight icon to Detection Area in the Motion setup menu by using UP or DOWN
button. Detection area setup menu will appear after pressing ENTER button.
Press ENTER to change
The setup mode(+ or -),
And then use direction
Buttons to add or cancel
The detection area.
NOTE:+ is for add;
- is for cancel
After setup is finished, press SAVE & ESC button or ESC button to return to the previous
Menu with or without saving the setup.
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4.5 ALARM
To access alarm setup, press ENTER button after moving highlight icon to ALARM ICON
in MENU. Alarm setup menu will appear on monitor.
4.5.1 ALARM INPUT
Move Highlight icon to Alarm Input in the Alarm setup menu by using UP or DOWN
button. Alarm input type setup menu will appear after pressing ENTER button.
Move to CH which is to be setup by using UP or DOWN button. Alarm input type can be
changed after pressing ENTER button. Use UP or DOWN and ENTER to select Alarm
input type as NC or NO.
4.5.3 ALARM OUTPUT 1
The “Alarm Output” can be set to ON or OFF. When it is ON, once the “Alarm in” is
triggered, it will activate the “Alarm out” in response. When it is OFF, then the “Alarm out”
won’t be activated while “Alarm in” is triggered.
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4.5.3 ALARM OUTPUT 2
The “Alarm Output” can be set to ON or OFF. When it is ON, once the “Alarm in” is
triggered, it will activate the “Alarm out” in response. When it is OFF, then the “Alarm out”
won’t be activated while “Alarm in” is triggered.
4.5.4 BUZZER
Move Highlight icon to Buzzer in the Alarm setup menu by using UP or DOWN button.
Buzzer setup menu will appear after pressing ENTER button.
1) KEY TONE: ON, OFF
the key tone can be turned on or off. If OFF is set, the key tone would be mute while
pressing the buttons on front panel.
2) ALARM: ON, OFF
the alarm buzzer can be turned on or off. If OFF is set, the buzzer would be mute while
alarm is triggering.
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4.5.5 EMAIL NOTIFICATION
Email notification; which can be set to ON or OFF. When it is ON, the network will
add an “Email Setting” option for user making E-mail settings.
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4.6 NETWORK
To access network setup, press ENTER button after moving highlight icon to NETWORK
ICON in MENU. Network setup menu will appear on monitor.
1) IP MODE: DYNAMIC, STATIC, PPPoE
Move Highlight icon to IP Mode in the Network setup menu by using UP or DOWN button.
IP mode can be changed after pressing ENTER button. Use UP or DOWN and ENTER to
select IP mode as dynamic or static or PPPoE.
2) IP ADDRESS:
Move Highlight icon to IP Address in the Network setup menu by using UP or DOWN
button. IP can be changed after pressing ENTER button. IP Address can be input by OSD
keyboard. Number characters can be selected and input by using direction and ENTER
buttons. After inputing the right IP address, press SAVE & ESC to save it. (Mouse input is
also available)
3) SUBNET MASK:
Move Highlight icon to Subnet Mask in the Network setup menu by using UP or DOWN
button. Subnet Mask can be changed after pressing ENTER button. Subnet Mask can be
input by OSD keyboard. Number characters can be selected and input by using direction
and ENTER buttons. After inputing the right Subnet Mask, press SAVE & ESC to save it.
(Mouse input is also available)
4) GATEWAY:
Move Highlight icon to Gateway in the Network setup menu by using UP or DOWN button.
Gateway can be changed after pressing ENTER button. Gateway can be input by OSD
keyboard. Number characters can be selected and input by using direction and ENTER
buttons. After inputing the right Gateway, press SAVE & ESC to save it. (Mouse input is
also available)
5) PORT:
Move Highlight icon to Port in the Network setup menu by using UP or DOWN button. Port
can be changed after pressing ENTER button. Port can be input by OSD keyboard.
Number characters can be selected and input by using direction and ENTER buttons. After
inputing the right Port, press SAVE & ESC to save it. (Mouse input is also available)
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6) DDNS:
Move Highlight icon to DDNS in the Network setup menu by using UP or DOWN button.
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DDNS function key: Activates or deactivates the DDNS function (deactivation by
default).
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The DVR has a built-in DDNS key; as graphically shown in the picture below; the
DVRName is the domain name of this DVR; after online to Internet over PPPoE,
user now can key in http://adraaa341.ddnsservice.net:8080 (default of Port number
is 8080) in the web-address column of browser and monitor the live view.
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DynDNS: Uses the DynDNS service of a third party. The user must apply for the
DynDNS service and input the “Username/Password/Server IP Address/ Local
Name” appropriately to use the service.
7) PPPoE:
Move Highlight icon to PPPoE in the Network setup menu by using UP or DOWN button.
PPPoE can be set after pressing ENTER button. username and password can be input by
OSD keyboard, which can be used with the direction and Enter buttons on the front panel
or with the mouse. After inputing the right username and password, press SAVE & ESC to
save it.
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8) EMAIL SETTING
Move Highlight icon to Email Setting in the Network setup menu by using UP or DOWN
button. Email Setting can be set after pressing ENTER button. OSD will appear a small
keyboard, which can be used with the direction and Enter buttons on the front panel or
with the mouse. After inputting the right setting, press SAVE & ESC to save it.(Mouse input
is also available)
a. Alert Email Address: when alarm or motion detection is triggered, send mail to the
specified email box.
b. SMTP Server: set up a SMTP Server address, such as Gmail or others, used to forward
emails into it.
c. SMTP User Name: input a SMTP Server account (in required).
d. SMTP User Password: input the password (if required).
9) STREAMING VIDEO RESOLUTION
If the “Streaming Video Resolution” is set as CIF, the remote Web Browser will be
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showedat CIF resolution. On the other hand, if the “Streaming Video Resolution” is set as
D1, theremote Web Browser will be showed at D1 resolution.
Note: Make the setting based on actual bandwidth of the network (the higher the
resolution or the more the photos, the more the bandwidth you need).
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4.7 ADVANCED
To access advanced setup, press ENTER button after moving highlight icon to
ADVANCED ICON in MENU. Advanced setup menu will appear on monitor.
4.7.1 SYSTEM
Move Highlight icon to System in the Advanced setup menu by using UP or DOWN button.
System setup menu will appear after pressing ENTER button.
1) LANGUAGE: English, Traditional Chinese, Simple Chinese, Korean, French,
Portuguese, Spanish, Japanese,Russian
Move Highlight icon to Language in the System setup menu by using UP or DOWN button.
Language can be changed after pressing ENTER button. Use UP or DOWN and ENTER
to select the OSD Language.
2) VIDEO FORMAT: NTSC, PAL,AUTO
Move Highlight icon to video format in the System setup menu by using UP or DOWN
button. Video format can be changed after pressing ENTER button. Use UP or DOWN and
ENTER to set the video format as NTSC or PAL or AUTO
3) DISK OVERWRITE: ON, OFF
Move Highlight icon to disk overwrite in the System setup menu by using UP or DOWN
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button. disk overwrite function can be set as on or off after pressing ENTER button. Use
UP or DOWN and ENTER to turn on or off the disk overwrite function. If it is set as ON,
First recorded area in HDD can be replaced with new recording data, when recording HDD
is full.
4) SYSTEM INFO
To show the system information including IP address, firmware version and disk capacity.
5) EVENT LOG
To enable or disable the Event Log function and also allows the user to view event logs.
6) FIRMWARE UPDATE
to Perform the firmware update function.
7) SETTING IMPORT/ EXPORT
To imports or export the system settings. Allows the saving of user preferences.
8) USER MANAGEMENT
When this function is enabled, the users must enter their login password before they enter
Menu for system setup.
Note: when the “User Manager” is opened, the “Advanced Menu” of upper menu will add
an “Account Password” option.
9) PRERECORD
When this function is enabled and active alarm or motion, built-in buffering memory will
store pre alarm image.
10) DVR NUMBER
Set the DVR number 000-999 when selecting a specific DVR unit among multiple DVRs.
For example, if the DVR number is set to 123, how to control the DVR No. 123 remotely.
Press the ‘Func” key on the remote control and press the numbers 1, 2, 3, in order. Then
press the “Enter” key to control the DVR selected.
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4.7.2 DISPLAY
Move Highlight icon to Display in the Advanced setup menu by using UP or DOWN button.
Display setup menu will appear after pressing ENTER button.
1) CAMERA TITLE DISPLAY: ON, OFF
To enables or disable the camera title display.
2) RECORD MODE DISPLAY: ON, OFF
To enables or disable the display of the recording mode for each channel on the live
surveillance display.
3) AUTO-HIDE TOOLBAR: YES, NO
To enable or disable the live surveillance Toolbar auto-hidden. If set as YES, the Toolbar
will be hidden until the mouse cursor is moved to the bottom of the screen.
4) DWELL: 5s, 10s, 15s, 30s, OFF
To set the camera cycle time for the surveillance display.
5) DATE TIME POSITION: Top, Bottom
To set the system time display position on screen.
6) RECORD DATE TIME: On, Off
If set as ON, a time marking will be embedded and recorded in each video channel.
7) HDMI RESOLUTION:
It Offers four HDMI resolutions 1024x768, 1280x960, 1280x720p and 1920x1080p.
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4.7.3 CAMERA
Move Highlight icon to Camera in the Advanced setup menu by using UP or DOWN
button. Camera setup menu will appear after pressing ENTER button.
Picture of the CH to adjust
Would be shown here
For easier adjustment.
1) CAMERA: CH1, CH2, CH3, CH4, CH5, CH6, CH7, CH8, ...CH16
To choose the camera to be setup.
2) CAMERA TITLE:
To assign a name for a camera.
3) BRIGHTNESS: 0 ~ 31
To set the brightness of the camera display. Higher values result in increased brightness.
4) CONTRAST: 0 ~ 31
To set the contrast of the camera display.
5) HUE: 0 ~ 31
To sets the hue of the camera display.
6) SATURATION: 0 ~ 31
To set the saturation of the camera display.
7) ADVANCED SETUP
Move Highlight icon to Advanced Setup in the Camera setup menu by using UP or DOWN
button. Advanced Setup menu will appear after pressing ENTER button.
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1) PTZ PROTOCOL: PELCO-P, PELCO-D
If the channel corresponds to a PTZ camera, setting the correct protocol allows control of
the PTZ camera.
2) PTZ BAUDRATE: 2400,4800,9600,19200,38400,115200
If the channel corresponds to a PTZ camera, setting the correct baudrate allows control of
the PTZ camera.
3) PTZ PANSPEED:High,Middle,Low
If the channel corresponds to a PTZ camera, setting the pan speed allows control of the
PTZ camera.
4) PTZ TILTSPEED:High,Middle,Low
If the channel corresponds to a PTZ camera, setting the tilt speed allows control of the
PTZ camera.
5) DEINTERLACE:ON,OFF
To turn on or off the deinterlace of the PTZ camera.
6) MASK
Some of important area would not be seen during the DVR recording. With the mask you
can remove some parts of the view from the active motion detection area.
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4.7.4 DISK FORMAT
Move Highlight icon to Disk format in the Advanced setup menu by using UP or DOWN
button. Disk format menu will appear after pressing ENTER button.
Use the UP and DOWN buttons to select the disk drive for disk format. Press the ENTER
button and then use the Up/Down/ENTER to change the setting as YES. Select the
FORMAT button and press ENTER to confirm and begin disk format.
Note: when first using hard drive for DVR, be sure to format the hard drive first!
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4.7.5 SEARCH & BACKUP
Search & backup function here is used to search the history video data in DVR storage for
playback or backup to other backup media.
Move Highlight icon to Search & Backup in the Advanced setup menu by using UP or
DOWN button. Search & Backup menu will appear after pressing ENTER button.
NOTE:
1) Search & backup menu can also be entered by pressing Search button on front
panel.
2) During backup video, make sure to insert the backup media (CF, USB drive, or
DVD) before entering the search & backup menu.
1)BACKUP TO MEDIA:USB DISK,CF CARD,DVD-ROM
Move Highlight icon to Backup to Media in the Search & Backup menu by using UP or
DOWN button. Backup to Media menu will appear after pressing ENTER button. To
choose the USB Disk, CF or DVD-ROM which will be backup media.
2)BACKUP FILETYPE:Non Generic,Generic-TSH264
Move Highlight icon to Backup FileType in the Search & Backup menu by using UP or
DOWN button. Backup FileType menu will appear after pressing ENTER button. To
choose the file type for data backup.Please refer to the Appendix-3 for more detail.
3) BY CHANNEL &TIME:
Search the video files for playback or backup based on the selected Channel and start/end
time interval.
Time can be input by OSD
Keyboard or Number buttons on
front panel.
While using OSD keyboard,
number characters can be
selected and input by direction
and ENTER Buttons. (Mouse input
is also available)
After inputing the right date, press
SAVE&ESC to save it.
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4) BY EVENT:
Provides a list of event recordings for user select to playback or backup. User can use
MARK function to select more than one file to backup.
NOTE: Press the number button in front panel identical to the number shown in
each function button, and then each function button is selected and highlighted
with orange rectangle. The selected button can be executed by pressing Enter
button.
NOTE: Press Direction button
“Right” or “Left” to switch pages
5) BY CALENDAR:
1. Select the channel, recording mode and date for video search in Search by Calendar
menu shown as below. And then double click or use the direction and ENTER buttons to
select the date which want to search.
2. The recording data that matches the search conditions are as shown below: Use the
mouse or direction buttons to select the specific time (red frame) to playback or backup.
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6) SNAPSHOT BACKUP:
Use “UP/DOWN” moving to the SNAPSHOT Backup option; press Mark button. Select the
photos to be backed up and press Backup button to back them up; as graphically
demonstrated in the picture below:
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4.7.6 ACCOUNT/ PASSWORD
NOTE: This item would be shown on menu only when AdminLock is set as ON and
can only be accessed by Administrator and authorized users.
(AdminLock can be set as ON or OFF in ADVANCED >> SYSTEM)
Move Highlight icon to Account/ Password in the Advanced setup menu by using UP or
DOWN button. Account/ Password setup menu will appear after pressing ENTER button.
1) ACCOUNT: Admin, User1, User2, User3, User4
Select the account to set the password and privileges for. One Admin and four general
User accounts are available.
2) PASSWORD
Set the Password for the selected account.
3) ACCOUNT PRIVILEGE
Admin here can set the Privilege for the selected user account. Account Privilege setup
menu will appear after pressing ENTER button. System, Display, Camera, Disk Format,
Search & Backup, Account/ Password, Network Video, Network Setup & PTZ can be set
as ON or OFF for the account's privilege.
NOTE: There is no need to set privilege for Administrator because of owning all
system privilege.
4.7.7 LOAD FACTORY DEFAULT
When load factory default, DVR will automatic reboot.
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Section5 Live Display
1) Display Mode
Display modes, full picture, QUAD, 8split, 9-split, 16split are supported.
can be pressed for changing the display mode.
A) Full Picture
B) QUAD picture
C) 8-Split screen
D) 9-Split screen
E) 16-Split screen
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2) OSD BUTTONS for mouse input
Move the mouse cursor to the down side of monitor, the tool-bar would show up as below.
Button
Description
Click on this button with the mouse cursor to enter
the Menu for DVR Setup.
Click on this button with the mouse cursor and the
Live display will change to the Full Picture mode.
Further clicks cycles through the channels.
Click on this button with the mouse cursor and the
Live display will change to the Quad mode.
Click on this button with the mouse cursor and the
Live display will change to the 8-split mode.
Click on this button with the mouse cursor and the
Live display will change to the 9-split mode.
Click on this button with the mouse cursor and the
display will show the last event recording
Click on this button with the mouse cursor and the
Playback menu will appear on monitor.
Click on this button with the mouse cursor and the
auto-cycle icon will appear in the top left corner of
the screen and the display auto-cycle function will
become active. The camera cycle time can be set
through "Menu / Display / Dwell".
Click on this button with the mouse cursor to start
the manual emergency recording. REC will appear
in the top right of the screen and the button will
change to "■ stop". Click again to stop recording.
When the manual emergency recording is active,
click on this button with the mouse cursor to stop
recording.
Click on this button with the mouse cursor to shut
down or restart the DVR.
NOTE: Down button on the front panel can also
be pressed to shut down or restart the DVR.
Click on this button with the mouse cursor to select
the audio channel.
NOTE: When the audio channel have been set,
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the audio sign will display on corresponding
video channel only.
Click on this button with the mouse cursor to take
pictures of the current screen.
When move the mouse to this area, it will show the
remaining capacity of DVR HDD.
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Section6 Backup
The DVR supports USB 2.0 drive and DVD-RW(option) for video file backup, and please
refer to 4.7.5 SEARCH & BACKUP for the backup procedure. The backup file can be
played via DVR file player software provided in the package.
Section7 PTZ Control
NOTE: Before using PTZ, please make sure that the PTZ Camera is installed. Next,
go to "Advanced Setup / Camera" and set PTZ Protocol and PTZ Baudrate. After
changing the settings, save and exit the menu.
During live surveillance display, using the numerical buttons on the front panel to select the
PTZ channel. Then press the PTZ button on the front panel and the PTZ Icon will appear
in the lower right corner of the display. This can be used to pan the PTZ camera Up /
Down/ Left / Right as shown below.
Next, press the ENTER button on the front panel or use the mouse cursor to click on the
PTZ letters in the middle of the PTZ icon. This will activate the Zoom In / Out function as
shown below:
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Section8 F/W Update
Step 1. Please copy the Firmware file to the root directory of the CF card or USB drive,
and then insert the CF card or USB drive into the CF slot or USB port on the front panel.
Note: There are two firmware files: (1) Autorun.dat and (2) 76xxxxxx.bin.
Step 2. Now go into "Menu / Advanced Setup / System / Firmware Update" and press the
ENTER button to begin the update. The CF LED on the front panel will start blinking.
Step 3. When the system reports that the update is completed, press the OK button to
reboot the system. The update is now complete.
WARNING: Do not turn off the power during the firmware is updating as this may lead to
unexpected results.
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Section9 Remote Monitoring and Control via Ethernet
The ADR-7608P/7616D DVR server can be remotely monitored or controlled via the IE or
Firefox browsers. Before using the remote monitoring and control function, make sure that
the DVR is connected to the network and its IP address has be properly configured.
Hint: Prior to first use, please download and install the VLC media player from the
website: http://www.videolan.org/vlc.
V1.0.5 from:
http://download.videolan.org/pub/videolan/vlc/1.0.5/win32/vlc-1.0.5-win32.exe
is recommended.
During installation, select the Full installation option to automatically install the network
components required for the IE and Firefox browsers. Once finished, this will allow live
video to be monitored in real-time over the network through your browser.
Note: Install VLC media player and select
the required components: Mozilla Plugin
(Firefox) and ActiveX plugin (IE).
9.1 Control DVR remotely over the web
1) Connect to the DVR
Step1. Use either IE or Firefox and enter the IP address and Port of the remote DVR to
be controlled into the address bar. Press ENTER. A log-in screen will appear.
Key in “ IP address:port
number ”
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Step2. Enter your username and password. The default username and password are
Admin and 111111 respectively. Click on the Login button to enter the main page shown as
below:
In this page user can make remote settings to the TIME, RECORD, SCHEDULE,
MOTION, ALARM, NETWORK & ADVACED through network.
Click this icon to
watch the Live view.
2) Time
Press TIME to make time-relevant setting; as graphically demonstrated in the picture
below:
After the setting is complete, press SAVE&ESC to return the main page.
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3) Record
Press RECORD to make record-relevant setting, as graphically demonstrated in the
picture below:
After the setting is complete, press SAVE&ESC to return the main page.
4) Schedule
Press SCHEDULE to make scheduled-record-relevant setting, as graphically
demonstrated in the picture below:
After the setting is complete, press SAVE&ESC to return the main page.
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5) Motion
Press MOTION to make scheduled-record-relevant setting, as graphically demonstrated in
the picture below:
After the setting is complete, press SAVE&ESC to return the main page.
6) Alarm
Press ALARM to make alarm-relevant setting, as graphically demonstrated in the picture
below:
After the setting is complete, press SAVE&ESC to return the main page.
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7) Network
Press NETWORK to make network-relevant setting, as graphically demonstrated in the
picture below:
After setting is complete, press SAVE&ESC and the webpage will return to top page
automatically; user now needs to re-input the Username and Password for new login.
8) Advanced
Press ADVANCED to make setting relevant to advanced options, as graphically
demonstrated in the picture below:
After the setting is complete, press SAVE&ESC to return the main page.
Note: After you modify the Video Format, DVR will automatically reboot, the user now
needs to re-login.
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Upgrade the network firmware:
Press Firmware Update and system will jump to the following page automatically:
Follow the following steps to upgrade the network firmware:
Step1. Press the "Browse" button to select the firmware file (Ex: 7604H0136.bin -Please
download the firmware from http://www.acard.com).
Step2. When specified the correct firmware file, please press the ''Upload'' button to start
uploading.
Note: Once started uploading, a window will appear, as shown below, press the OK button
to confirm.
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After recording is stopped, system will prompt that the firmware uploading is successful; as
shown in the following picture. Press OK to confirm it.
Step 3: After complete, press ''Pre-Check'' to certify the firmware document; after the
certification is complete, a prompt window will jump out stating that the certification work is
successful. Press OK to confirm it.
Step4: Next, press “Burn” to start updating the firmware.
Warning: during the firmware-updating process, do not offline or turn off the browser; other
wise, it would cause error within the firmware-updating process that results in unable to
boot normally.
After the firmware updating is successful, a prompt window will jump out stating that the
certification work is successful. Press OK to confirm it.
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Step5. After the prompt window of successfully burnt of firmware appears and “OK” is
pressed, the firmware-updating procedure is complete; press “Restart” to reboot the
remote DVR unit.
9) Live video monitoring
Use the full-screen, 4-split, buttons to switch different display mode for live monitoring.
full-screen
4-split
Local record
After pressing the “Full Screen” at bottom of live video display, user can full-screen monitor
different channels of live video by switch operation.
Press the 4-partition button at bottom of the live video display to turn the display into 452
partition mode making live monitoring.
10) PTZ control
Click on the PTZ-control button at the top of the main page and a window displaying the
settings for Channel/ Baud Rate/ Protocol will appear on the right of the screen. Enter the
correct PTZ camera parameters to enable the PTZ control function.
11) Lock record
The live video files can be saved onto the local side. This allows the videos to be played
locally using the bundled DVR Player.
NOTE: the default save directory is in c drive. (under c:\)
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9.2 Web troubleshooting
Q1: After launching the browser and entering the DVR IP: port, the error "The page cannot
be displayed" appears as shown below:
A1: Check the PC's network connection and the DVR Network settings. Check that the IP
address is correct and that the DVR is connected properly to the network.
Q2: After login, the DVR's web page doesn't show the live video:
A2: Please download and install the VLC media player software. During installation, close
the browser and then check the ActiveX Plugin and Mozilla Plugin components to be
installed so that the browser can play the live video properly.
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APPENDIX 1. Alarm Input/Output Pin Descriptions (16CH)
Pin NO.
Pin Description
1
RS485-
2
RS485+
3
COM1
4
Relay Output N.O1
5
Relay Output N.C1
6
COM2
7
Relay Output N.O2
8
Relay Output N.C2
9
Sensor Input 1
10
Sensor Input 2
11
GND
12
Sensor Input 3
13
Sensor Input 4
14
GND
15
Sensor Input 5
16
Sensor Input 6
17
GND
18
Sensor Input 7
19
Sensor Input 8
20
GND
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Pin NO.
Pin Description
21
Sensor Input 9
22
Sensor Input10
23
GND
24
Sensor Input11
25
Sensor Input12
26
GND
27
Sensor Input13
28
Sensor Input14
29
GND
30
Sensor Input15
31
Sensor Input16
32
GND
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APPENDIX 2. CF card Compatible List
Brand
Capacity
Speed
A-DATA
4GB
266X
8GB
Speedy
Apacer
4GB
300X
Hagiwara
4GB
300X
Kingston
1GB
N/A
4GB
266X
Pertec
16GB
233X
PQI
4GB
300X
RIDATA
4GB
266X
8GB
233X
16GB
233X
32GB
133X
2GB
N/A
4GB
266X
2GB
266X
32GB
133X
SanDisk
Transcend
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APPENDIX 3. Play process after backing up DVR files to USB
device
(I)Formatting in advance :
Reminder: if you wish to backup previous recorded historic data through the USB Port, it is
suggested to first format the USB device through the DVR in order to ensure that the USB
device could be accurately identified by the DVR and backup data properly; the steps are
as follows:
(1) Insert the USB device into the USB Port in front of the DVR.
(2) Enter Menu => Advanced => Disk Format, select the USB Disk and execute the
format action.
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(II) When the formatting is complete, backup the recorded historic data :
(1) Insert the USB device into the USB Port in front of the DVR.
(2) Enter Menu => Advanced => Search & Backup
(3) When the USB device is properly inserted, the USB Disk will appear in the Backup
to Media column.
(4) Next, select the backup file type: NonGeneric (dedicated format) or Generic-H264
(h.264 format)
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(5) Then, using the "By channel & Time" backup method as an example: select the
“channel/start time/end time” you wish to backup, the backup file size will be
displayed, and then press the “Yes” button to start backing up.
(6) When the backup is complete, a prompt will be displayed, as shown in the figure
below.
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(Ⅲ
Ⅲ) When the backup is complete, files should exist in the USB device:
(1) When the backup is complete, which files should exist?
1. DVRPlayer.exe => The DVR's own playback program after the backup is
complete; able to play back the following two formats:
 NonGeneric (*.dat dedicated format file)
 Generic-H264 (h.264 format file )
2. *.h264 format file => The file that was backed up when Generic-H264 was
selected.
3. *.dat dedicated format file. => The file that was backed up when NonGeneric
was selected.
(2) *.h264 format files could also be played back with VLC Player.
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