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Addendum
This addendum contains:
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A comparison table of differences between the DIVAR 3000 and the DIVAR 5000
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A packing list of all components
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A list of updates to the DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR 5000 Quick Install Guide and to the Operator
Manual
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A list of firmware updates
Comparison table
The following table compares features in the DIVAR 3000 and DIVAR 5000:
Feature
DIVAR 3000
DIVAR 5000
Casing (WxHxD)
1U, 375 x 285 x 50 mm
1.5U, 440 x 410 x 70 mm
Power supply
External (power adapter)
Internal
Video loop-through
No
Yes
Max. number of HDDs
2x
4x
Max. number of HDDs with
1x
2x
No
Yes (Bosch IntuiKey keyboard
DVD
CCTV keyboard
only)
Rack mountable
No
Yes
Alarm out
3 alarms out
6 alarms out
Front panel
Combined channel buttons
Dedicated channel buttons
eSATA
No
Yes, for backup or normal
recording (no raid support)
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Packing list
The DIVAR package contains the following items:
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Digital Video Recorder (DIVAR 3000 or DIVAR 5000)
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DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR 5000 Quick Install Guide (3 copies in English, French and German)
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Optical USB mouse
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CD-ROM containing:
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software licenses
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the Archive Player
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PC software
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PDF versions of the DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR 5000 Operator Manual (English) and
DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR 5000 Quick Install Guide (English, German, French, Dutch,
Portuguese, Spanish, Italian, Polish, Russian)
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Power supply cables
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External 12 VDC power adaptor (only supplied for DIVAR 3000)
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Terminal blocks for external I/O connectors
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IR remote control with 2 AA (1.5 V) Batteries
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19-inch rack mount brackets and screws (only supplied for DIVAR 5000)
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Split cable for 16-ch loop-through to 25-pin D connector (only supplied for DIVAR 5000
16-ch)
1.3
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HDD mounting material (including brackets, rubber spacers, screws, SATA cables)
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RJ11 cable (only supplied for DIVAR 5000) to connect Bosch IntuiKey keyboard
Updates to Manuals
Section 4 of Quick Install Guide
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Add the following sentence to the manual: “For a detailed description of configuring and
operating the system (plus all technical specifications), refer to the Operator Manual on
the supplied CD ROM.”
Section 5 of Quick Install Guide
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Sentence “Refer to the Appendix for recommended DVD and HDD types.” should read
“Refer to the Appendix in the Operator Manual (on the supplied CD Rom) for
recommended DVD and HDD types.”
Section 5.2 of Quick Install Guide (section 11.2 of the Operator Manual)
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Sentence “This product uses a 3.0 V Lithium CR2032 battery as the backup power supply
for internal system status (e.g. real time clock).” Should read “This product uses a 3.0 V
Lithium CR2032 battery (Bosch service code is F014099057) as the backup power supply
for internal system status (e.g. real time clock).”
Section 9.1.4 of Operator Manual
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Feature “File Associated” for Archive Player is disabled in new releases and cannot be
selected.
1.4
Firmware version history
See the following firmware version history:
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Version 1.0.0 (initial version) - File name: DVR.V1.0.0.R.20130923.bin
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Version 1.1.0 (date 2013-11-12) - File name: DVR.V1.1.0.LB.R.20131112.bin
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Version 1.2.0 (date 2014-01-27) - File name: DVR.V1.2.0.R.20140126.bin
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Version 1.3.0 (date 2014-03-28) - File name: DVR.V1.3.0.R.20140325.bin
See the following description for details of updates included in the latest firmware versions.
1.4.1
New features in V.1.2.0 and V.1.3.0
Daylight Saving Time (DST) is supported on local unit (V.1.3.0).
User name is extended to a maximum of 16 characters (V.1.3.0).
Common time zone names added in time zone setting (V.1.3.0).
New keyboard adapter
New RJ11 adapter with RJ11 adapter IN and OUT to loop-through the keyboard cable to
multiple DIVAR 5000 recorders.
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Bandwidth limit
To use this feature, firmware v1.2.0 (or later) must be installed in the DVR, and BVC software
version 1.4 SR6 (v1.4.487), or later, must be used.
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The bandwidth limit only applies to network connections outside the sub-net of the DVR
(WAN).Bandwidth limit does NOT apply to network connection on the same sub-net as
the DVR (LAN).
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The DVR will check automatically if a BVC or Web Client network connection request is
sent from a PC located in the same sub-net as the DVR (no bandwidth limitation), or from
outside its sub-net (bandwidth limitation).
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In the following Network screen, the bandwidth limits can be set to No (default), 256
Kbps, 512 Kbps, 1M, 2M, 5M or 10Mbps.
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This new feature supports full bandwidth control. This means that, when the bandwidth
limitation is active, all DVR network communication outside the sub-net will be limited to
the selected bandwidth setting. For example, if bandwidth limitation is set to 256 Kbps,
then network traffic to connections outside the DVR sub-net will not exceed the
256 Kbps.
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When the bandwidth limit is set to a value, the encoding settings for the 2nd stream will
be optimized to stream live video for the selected bandwidth value. For example if
bandwidth limit is set to 256 Kbps then encoding settings for all cameras will be set to 64
Kbps for the 2nd stream to optimize viewing of four cameras. For 512 Kbps this will be
128 Kbps for all cameras.
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Check the ‘Auto encode setting for 2nd stream’ box to enable automatic selection (the 2nd
stream settings can always be manually changed).
Live display in BVC
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Under low bandwidth control, the BVC or Web Client will request the 2nd stream by
default.
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Even when the operator on the BVC or Web client manually selects the main stream, the
bandwidth consumption will never be higher than the selected value. This may delay
streaming of the higher bit-rate of the main stream.
Playback in BVC
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During BVC playback under low bandwidth control, only I-Frames are streamed to save
bandwidth. In full screen, an I-Frame will be streamed every second.
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In 2x2 playback, the system streams one I-Frame every 4 seconds.
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When the recorder is under bandwidth control, BVC playback starts at half-speed by
default. Recordings with a high update rate and resolution could cause difficult playback
streaming for single speed I-Frames when the bandwidth limit is set low (e.g. 256 Kbps).
Some I-Frames, especially those with a lot of motion, are already bigger than 256 Kbps.
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The default playback speed can be changed by the user pressing FWD so that playback
goes to single speed.
Step-by-step playback in BVC
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When playback is paused, the P-Frames will also be loaded so that it is possible to step
forward and backward through all recorded frames.
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Because of the low bandwidth setting, it may take a number of seconds to load all
additional P-Frames. If immediate stepping is started after pausing, only I-Frames will be
initially started. After a few seconds, the P-Frames will be loaded.
Export in BVC
BVC export, under low bandwidth control, streams all I- and P-Frames. This is a slow process
but no frames will be lost.
New configuration Tool
Separate Configuration Tool provided (see http://IPaddress/?config) – this makes it possible
to use the Web Client to call a web page for configuration only.
Intuikey keyboard connection (not supported on the DIVAR 3000)
One Intuikey keyboard can communicate with a maximum 16 DIVAR 5000 units:
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Keyboard address must be set for every DIVAR 5000
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First camera offset must be set for every DIVAR 5000. Camera 1 of the DIVAR 5000 will be
called on the keyboard by selecting the programmed ‘First camera offset’ number. For
example, set the offset to 101 in the DVR so when you select 101, camera 1 is displayed
in full screen on monitor A of that selected DVR. Press 112 to display camera 12 in full
screen.
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