4-Kanal MJPEG Digitalrekorder LAN

4-Kanal MJPEG Digitalrekorder LAN
4-Kanal MJPEG Digitalrekorder LAN
BENUTZERHANDBUCH
User Guide ..................................... 30
Manuel d’utilisation ......................... 60
Gebruikershandleiding .................... 91
Brugerhandbog ............................. 122
TV8925
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Maus
Software CD
Installationsanleitung
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Mouse
Power LED
HDD active
AB-USB-Port
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CH1-4
Ethernet
Function
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RS-232C
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8.2 Kamerainstallation
VIDEO
LENS
Rear view of CAMERA
8.3 Monitor / Spotmonitor
VIDEO A
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VIDEO B
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OUT
VIDEO C
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OUT
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8.4 Stromversorgung
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PASSWORT
BENUTZER-ID
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NEUES PASSWORT
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EXTERNE GERÄTE
PROTOKOLLEINSTELLUNGEN TCP/IP
PTZ
SPOTMONITOR
RS-232 PORT
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PROTOKOLLEINSTELLUNGEN TCP/IP
IP-ADRESSE
DDNS
GESCHWINDIGKEIT
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IP-PORT
IP-ADRESSE
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192.168.001.160
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BACK-UP
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ABBRECHEN
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PAL
(352 x 288)
PAL
(704 x 288)
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Model
4
Vollbild, Splitscreen, Bild-in-Bild,
Sequenzanzeige
1 x Monitor, 1 x Spotmonitor
Triplex
Ja
Digitalzoom
Ja
Passwort
Kompressionsart
MJPEG
5 Level
Nachalarm
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4
Ethernet
RJ45
RS-485
Signalton
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4
Ja
Ereignisquellen
9990
Remote Viewer
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1 x S-ATA Festplatte
USB Backup
0 - 55°C
20 - 85%
320(B) x 60 (H) x 210 (T) mm
1,8 kg
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4-Channel MJPEG digital recorder LAN
User Guide
TV8925
Contents
1. Preface .................................................................................................................................. 32
2. Precautions ........................................................................................................................... 33
3. Scope of delivery.................................................................................................................. 34
4. Overview ............................................................................................................................... 35
5. Front view ............................................................................................................................. 36
6. Rear view .............................................................................................................................. 36
7. Installation example ............................................................................................................. 37
8. Installation ............................................................................................................................ 38
8.1 HDD installation ................................................................................................................ 38
8.2 Camera installation ........................................................................................................... 39
8.3 Monitor / Spot monitor ....................................................................................................... 39
8.4 Power supply .................................................................................................................... 40
8.5 Other external devices ...................................................................................................... 40
8.5.1 Function port .................................................................................................................. 40
8.5.2 Ethernet connector ........................................................................................................ 41
9. Operating the DVR ............................................................................................................... 41
9.1 Using the mouse ............................................................................................................... 41
9.2 DVR Log-in ....................................................................................................................... 41
9.3 Time / Date ....................................................................................................................... 41
9.4 HDD format ....................................................................................................................... 41
9.5 Display .............................................................................................................................. 42
9.6 Searching recorded data................................................................................................... 43
9.7 Sequence.......................................................................................................................... 44
9.8 Zoom ................................................................................................................................ 44
9.9 Split-screen / Full-screen .................................................................................................. 44
9.10 Pan / Tilt / Zoom (PTZ) ................................................................................................... 44
9.11 Picture in Picture (PIP) .................................................................................................... 44
10. Main Menu ........................................................................................................................... 45
10.1 Display setup .................................................................................................................. 45
10.2 Record ............................................................................................................................ 46
10.3 Configuration .................................................................................................................. 48
10.4 External Device............................................................................................................... 52
10.5 Back-Up .......................................................................................................................... 56
10.6 Firmware upgrade ........................................................................................................... 57
10.7 Language ........................................................................................................................ 57
11. Software & DDNS Server ................................................................................................... 57
12. Possible recording time ..................................................................................................... 58
14. Specifications ..................................................................................................................... 59 31
1. Preface
Dear Customer,
Thank you for purchasing this 4-Channel MJPEG digital recorder LAN. You made the right
decision in choosing this state-of-the-art technology. This product complies with the current
standards of domestic and European regulations. The CE has been proven and all related
certifications are available from the manufacturer (www.abus-sc.com) upon request.
To maintain this status and to guarantee safe operation, it is your obligation to observe these
operating instructions
This 4-Channel MJPEG digital recorder LAN is used in combination with connected video signal
sources (B/W and colour cameras) for object surveillance. It enables you to record and analyze
signals from up to 4 connected video sources. With the help of the built-in USB-Port, you can
easily save image data. Using the free included software you can analyze the backup data or
connect to the DVR via intranet or internet.
Data storage is subject to local national data-protection guidelines. During installation, draw your
customers’ attention to the existence of these guidelines.
© ABUS Security-Center GmbH, August 2008
Every effort has been made to ensure that the contents of this manual are correct. However,
neither the authors nor ABUS Security-Center accept any liability for loss or damage caused or
alleged to be caused directly or indirectly by this manual. The contents of this manual are
subject to change without notice.
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2. Precautions
The 4-Channel MJPEG digital recorder LAN and connected components must be kept free of
moisture (cellars and similar surroundings are to be strictly avoided). Use of this product for
other than the described purpose may lead to damage of the product. Other hazards such as
short-circuiting, fire, electric shock, etc., are also possible. The recorder is designed for
operation with a transformer for main electricity at 230 Volt AC / 50 Hz.
No part of the product may be changed or modified in any way. Connection to the public power
network is subject to country-specific regulations. Please be aware of applicable regulations in
advance.
To avoid fire and injury, Please observe the
please observe the
following regulations to
following:
ensure trouble-free
operation of your
device.
•
Improper or careless
installation work may lead to
faults and poor image quality.
Therefore please read the
instructions very carefully and
follow the installation
instructions for lines and
components precisely.
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Securely fasten the
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device at a dry location in
the building.
Make sure there is
sufficient ventilation.
Do not expose the device
to temperatures less than
0°C or more than 55°C.
The device is designed for •
indoor use only.
The maximum humidity
must not exceed 85%
(non-condensing).
Ensure that the voltage is
disconnected when
performing work on the
device.
The 4-Channel MJPEG
digital recorder LAN is
supplied by a 12V DC
transformer.
The device should be
connected via a separate
fused line to the local
230V AC network.
Connecting the device to
the local mains network is
subject to country-specific
regulations.
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The manufacturer reserves
the right to make technical
modifications at any time.
3. Scope of delivery
4-Channel MJPEG digital recorder LAN
Power unit with connection cable
Mouse
Software CD
User guide
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4. Overview
• 4-Channel MJPEG digital recorder LAN
• S-ATA HDD interface
• Recording of up to 4 video signals with different resolutions and qualities
• High recording resolution of 704 x 288 pixel
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Manual, scheduled and event-controlled recording with integrated motion sensor
• Easy search by date/time, event or percent display
• Easy control using a mouse
• Video loss alert
• 2 video outputs (Monitor & Spot monitor)
• 1 alarm output / 4 alarm inputs
• Adjustable viewing display (Full-Screen, Split-Screen, Sequence view )
• Ethernet port for LAN and WAN connection
• USB port for easy image backup
• Multilingual On-Screen-Display
• RS-485 connector for easy PTZ control
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5. Front view
Icon Name
Backup
Mouse
Power LED
HDD active
AB-USB-Port
Function
USB port for image backup
USB port for firmware flash
USB port for a USB mouse
Shows green during operating
Shows yellow during recording
No function
6. Rear view
Nr.
1
2
3
Name
DC 12V
PS/2
Video Out
4
5
6
CH1-4
Ethernet
Function
7
RS-232C
Function
Connector for the 12 VDC / 5A power supply
Connector for a PS/2 mouse
MONITOR: BNC connector for external monitor
SPOT: BNC connector for a spot monitor
(All cameras are shown in sequence, in case of a alarm/motion the
spot monitor will show the corresponding channel.)
BNC-inputs for camera signals
Network connector
1-2
RS-485 connector
3-5
Alarm output
6-10 Alarm input
No function
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7. Installation example
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8. Installation
8.1 HDD installation
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Please switch off the recorder and remove the recorder from the mains supply.
Unscrew and remove the cover at the bottom side of the housing.
Place the HDD on the inside of the cover and screw it from the bottom side.
Connect the cables with the HDD and place the cover back on the housing.
Screw the cover back to the device.
Important
Please note following information:
• First start of operation:
- After connecting the HDD and cameras, power up the recorder by connecting the power
supply.
- Set as first the correct date and time (MAIN MENU Æ CONFIGURATION Æ TIME/DATE).
- Then you have to format the HDD (MAIN MENU Æ CONFIGURATION Æ HDD
MANAGEMENT Æ FORMAT).
- Your 4-channel MJPEG DVR LAN is now ready for use.
• Changing Time/Date
- Backup your required video images.
- Change the date and time (MAIN MENU Æ CONFIGURATION Æ TIME/DATE).
- Then you have to format the HDD (MAIN MENU Æ CONFIGURATION Æ HDD
MANAGEMENT Æ FORMAT).
If this procedure or order is not adhered, data loss or incomplete recording
may occur.
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8.2 Camera installation
VIDEO
DC
VIDEO
LENS
Rear view of CAMERA
Connect up to four cameras to the camera connectors 1-4.
8.3 Monitor / Spot monitor
VIDEO A
IN
-
OUT
OUT
VIDEO C
IN
OUT
Connect the monitor output of the 4-Channel MJPEG recorder LAN with the monitor input of
an external monitor.
Connect the spot monitor output of the 4-Channel MJPEG recorder LAN with the monitor
input with a second monitor. Every camera signal is displayed in sequence. In case of an
event (Alarm / Motion) the triggered input is shown.
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8.4 Power supply
Connect the DC plug of the power adapter into the DC input jack of the DVR.
8.5 Other external devices
8.5.1 Function port
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RS-485 D -/+ (Pin 1-2): Control external devices such as PTZ cameras.
Relay COM/NC/NO (Pin 3-5): Relay output for devices such as sirens.
Alarm Ground (Pin 6): Connects the ground wires of the connected alarm sensors.
Alarm D1-4 (Pin 7-10): Connect alarm sensors.
In the OSD (MAIN MENU Æ CONFIGURATION Æ ALARM) you can set the alarm
input type to NO or NC.
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8.5.2 Ethernet connector
Connect the DVR with the intranet or internet.
9. Operating the DVR
9.1 Using the mouse
Connect the included mouse to the PS/2 port at the back of the DVR. You can also use a USB
mouse.
No.
1
Mouse Button
Left button
2
Right button
3
Mouse wheel
Function
- Executes / Confirms
- Increases value
- Cancels
- Decreases value
- Increase/Decreases value
- Increase/Decreases playback
speed
- Zooms in PTZ mode
9.2 DVR Log-in
-
Move the mouse to the right bottom corner to show the display symbols.
-
Click at the symbol
to open the main menu.
Log-in as Admin*.
The password default is none. Press ENTER to access the main menu.
* Remark:
This recorder has one user. No further users can be setup.
9.3 Time / Date
Go to MAIN MANU Æ CONFIGURATION Æ TIME/DATE to setup the correct time and date and
choose between different formats.
9.4 HDD format
After installing the HDD it is necessary to format the HDD.
Setup the correct time and date and go to MAIN MENU Æ CONFIGURATION Æ HDD
MANAGEMENT to format the HDD.
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9.5 Display
Live display
Network:
HDD Overwriting ON / OFF
Connected
Disconnected
HDD Status:
Amount of recorded data
Live view symbols:
1) Playback
2) Search
3) Sequence
4) Zoom
5) PIP
6) PTZ
7) Main menu
PTZ
Recording schedule:
Alarm
Motion
Continuous
HDD Status:
Not recording
Recording
Date & Time
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Playback display
HDD Status:
Current playback
Playback Symbols:
1) Separate Picture
backwards
2) Playback backwards
3) Pause
4) Playback forwards
5) Separate Picture
forwards
© 6) Speed up playback
ª 7) Slow down playback
9.6 Searching recorded data
There are three ways to search recorded data. Click on
Search modus
Percent search
Time/Date search
Event search
to open the search menu:
Function
The search bar shows the amount of recorded
data.
Click on the percent display or on the search
bar to select a specific date and time. Press
PLAY to start playback.
The START and END time of the recorded
data is displayed.
Select the date and time by clicking at the
menu item TARGET to select the desired
playback position. Press PLAY to start
playback.
In the event list all events (Alarm, Motion, and
Video loss) are shown. Click on an event to
start playback.
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9.7 Sequence
All four camera signals can be shown in sequence as full-screen. Click on
to start the
sequence display. The switching interval can be set at MAIN MENU Æ CONFIGURATION Æ
INTERVAL SETUP Æ SEQUENCE SCREEN.
9.8 Zoom
The live picture can be digitally enlarged. Click on
to zoom in, click again to exit.
9.9 Split-screen / Full-screen
- Click on
- Click on
or
to show the selected channel as full-screen.
to change to the split-screen display.
9.10 Pan / Tilt / Zoom (PTZ)
Click on
to control a connected PTZ camera. To zoom position the cursor in the middle of
the screen and turn the mouse wheel forwards or backwards.
9.11 Picture in Picture (PIP)
Using the PIP view, one channel can be displayed as full-screen, the rest of the channels will be
shown in sequence in a smaller window at the bottom right. Click on
to switch into the PIP
view. The interval of switching the channels in sequence can be set at MAIN MENU Æ
CONFIGURATION Æ INTERVAL SETUP Æ PIP SCREEN.
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10. Main Menu
MAIN MENU
Click on
to open the main menu.
The standard password is EMPTY at factory
default.
ENGLISH
EXIT
10.1 Display setup
In this menu you can adjust the setting of the screen display and the OSD menu.
SCREEN DISPLAY
- VERTICAL POSITION
Here you can adjust the vertical positioning
of the main screen.
HORIZONTAL POSITION
Here you can adjust the horizontal
positioning of the main screen.
BORDER ENABLE
Here you can enable/disable the border of
the split screen.
BORDER WIDTH
Here you can adjust the border width.
BORDER COLOR
Here you can set the border colour.
OSD SETUP
- TOP OSD OFFSET
Here you can adjust the upper OSD on the
main screen.
- BOTTOM OSD OFFSET
Here you can adjust the lower OSD on the
main screen.
ESC
OSD SETUP
TOP OSD OFFSET
BOTTOM OSD OFFSET
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0
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ESC
10.2 Record
Here you can adjust all main settings
concerning the recording modes.
ESC
RECORD SETUP
RECORD SETUP
- CHANNEL
CHANNEL
Here you select the channel to adjust the
RESOLUTION
settings.
QUALITY
- RESOLUTION
FRAME RATE
Here you can adjust the resolution of the
recorded images: 352x288 or 704x288
- QUALITY
DEFAULT
ALL-DEFAULT
Here you can select between 5 different
quality settings.
- FRAME RATE
Here you can select the frame rate of the recorded images.
* NOTE
If you click on „ALL-DEFAULT“ the factory settings for all channels will be set.
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CH1
352x288
HIGHEST
25.0 FPS
ESC
SCHEDULE SETUP
SCHEDULE SETUP
CHANNEL
TYPE
CH1
MOTION
ALL
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1
SUN
MON
TUE
WED
THU
FRI
SAT
2
3
4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3
ESC
- CHANNEL
Here you select the channel to adjust the settings.
- TYPE
Here you can select between following recording modes:
- CONTINUE: The DVR will record continuously.
- MOTION: The DVR will record, if motion is detected.
- ALARM: The DVR will record, if an alarm input is triggered.
- MOTION&ALARM: The DVR will record as soon as MOTION or ALARM is detected.
- ALL
Click on ALL to set the complete schedule to the selected recording mode.
- Weekday
Click on a weekday (SUN-SAT) to set every hour of to the selected recording mode.
- TIME
Every hour can be set to a different recording mode.
The time bar starts with „0“ and means 12 AM to 1 AM, the second „0“ means 10 AM to 11
AM, the third „0“ 8 PM to 9 PM and the last „3“ 11 PM to 12 PM.
If you click on an hour the selected recording mode will be set to the hour of every weekday.
* NOTE
To delete all fields of the grid click twice on “ALL”. To delete a single field click on it with the right
mouse button.
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10.3 Configuration
CONFIGURATION
Here you can adjust the main settings of the
DVR.
CONFIGURATION
HDD MANAGEMENT
CAMERA SETUP
MOTION SETUP
ALARM SETUP
INTERVAL SETUP
TIME/DATE SETUP
PASSWORD SETUP
BUZZER SETUP
ESC
HDD MANAGEMENT
All items above the line show information
about the HDD.
- OVERWRITE
- If set to “ENABLE” the DVR will replace
the original recorded with new images
after reaching the HDD capacity limit.
- If set to „DISABLE“ the DVR will stop
recording once the HDD capacity is
reached.
- FORMAT
Click on “FORMAT” to delete all recorded images.
* NOTE
While HDD MANAGEMENT is opened no recording will be made.
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ESC
CAMERA SETUP
- CHANNEL
Here you select the channel to adjust the
settings.
- TITLE
Here you can name a camera
(max. 8 digits).
- BRIGHTNESS
Here you can adjust the brightness of the
camera image.
CAMERA SETUP
CHANNEL
TITLE
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
SATURATION
HUE
- CONTRAST
Here you can adjust the contrast of the camera image.
- SATURATION
Here you can adjust the saturation of the camera image.
- HUE
Here you can adjust the hue of the camera image.
* NOTE
If you click on „ALL-DEFAULT“ the factory settings for all channels will be set.
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CH1
CAM01___
0
0
0
0
ESC
MOTION SETUP
Here you can set the motion detection for every channel separately.
To record when motion is detected, the schedule has to be set to MOTION or
MOTION&ALARM.
- CHANNEL
Here you select the channel to adjust the settings.
- SENSITIVITY
Here you can set the sensitivity of the motion detection
(1 = lowest sensitivity, 5 = highest sensitivity).
- CELL NUMBER
Here you can set how many cells have to be triggered to detect motion.
The fewer cells you set up, the more sensitive the detection is.
- MOTION DETECTION GRID
Here you can determine where motion should be detected. Areas you don’t want to have
monitored, select by pressing the left mouse button. Not covered field will be shown grey,
monitored field transparent.
ALARM SETUP
ALARM SETUP
- CHANNEL
CHANNEL
CH1
Here you select the channel to adjust
INPUT
NORMAL
OPEN
the settings.
DURATION
05 SEC
- INPUT
Here you can select the type of the
alarm.
DEFAULT
ALL-DEFAULT
ESC
- NORMALLY OPEN (NO)
- NORMALLY CLOSED (NC)
- DISABLED
- DURATION
Here you can set the length of the alarm after being triggered.
* NOTE
If you click on „ALL-DEFAULT“ the factory settings for all channels will be set.
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INTERVAL SETUP
- SEQUENCE SETUP
Here you can set the switching interval in
sequence mode.
- PIP SCREEN
Here you can set the switching interval in
PIP mode.
- EVENT UPDATE
Here you can set the time that has to be
between two events so that the event will
be listed in the event list. If set to 600
seconds, there has to be 600 seconds no
other event after the first. Only then the
next event will be listed. This setting only
determines the listing, all events are
always recorded.
INTERVAL SETUP
SEQUENCE SETUP
PIP SCREEN
EVENT UPDATE
TIME/DATE SETUP
Here you can set the time and date.
Furthermore you can select between different
display options.
ESC
TIME/DATE SETUP
DATE
TIME
08/11/2007
18:00:51
DATE FORMAT
TIME FORMAT
MONTH FORMAT
ESC
After every change of the time or date you
have to format the HDD, otherwise it can
result in the DVR not recording correctly.
PASSWORD SETUP
Here you can set a password of up to 8
digits. First click on USER PW, NEW PW or
CONFIRM then enter the password.
PASSWORD SETUP
USER-ID
USER PW
NEW PW
CONFIRM
ADMIN
_____________
_____________
_____________
ENTER
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ESC
BUZZER SETUP
Here you can set whether a tone should sound
during different activities.
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ESC
10.4 External Device
EXTERNAL DEVICE
Here you can adjust the settings of the
interfaces of external connected devices.
EXTERNAL DEVICE
TCP/IP SETUP
PAN/TILT SETUP
SPOT SETUP
RS232C SETUP
ESC
TCP/IP SETUP
Here you can change the settings for the
network communication.
TCP/IP SETUP
IP SETUP
DDNS SETUP
SPEED
ESC
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IP SETUP
IP SETUP
- MAC ADDRESS
MAC ADDRESS
00-0A-A2-02A01-23
Here the worldwide unique MAC address
DHCP
MODE
MANUAL
of the recorder is shown.
IP DETECT
- DHCP MODE
- If set to AUTOMATIC the DVR will try to
IP PORT
50000
receive the IP settings of a connected
IP ADDRESS
192.168.001.160
DHCP router.
GATEWAY
192.168.001.001
- If set to MANUAL the IP settings can be
SUBNET
255.255.255.000
set manually.
- IP DETECT
Active if DHCP MODE is set to
DEFAULT
ESC
AUTOMATIC. Click on it to receive the IP
settings of a connected DHCP router.
- IP PORT
Here you can set the IP port of the DVR manually.
- IP ADDRESS
Here you can set the IP address of the DVR manually.
- GATEWAY
Here you can set the gateway to the router manually.
- SUBNET
Here you can set the subnet of the DVR manually.
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DDNS
IF you don’t have a permanent IP
address you can use the DDNS server
www.eytronserver.com from ABUS
Security-Center. The DVR will
constantly transmit your changing
public IP address to the DDNS server.
This way you can access the DVR
anytime.
- DDNS ENABLE
Here you can ENABLE or
DISABLE the DDNS function.
- DDNS SERVER
Here you enter the IP address of
the DDNS server. The IP address
of www.eytronserver.com is
062.153.088.107.
ESC
- INTERVAL
Here you can set the interval (days, hours, minutes) of updating the DDNS server.
- REGISTER
Click here to start the registration at the DDNS server.
- DDNS-STATUS
Shows if the registration at the DDNS server was successful.
- IP-ADDRESS
Shows the IP address of the DVR.
- IP-PORT
Shows the IP port of the DVR.
- REMAINING TIME
Shows the remaining time until the next update.
- LAST REGISTRATION DATE
Shows the time and date of the last successful registration.
SPEED
Here you can select the speed for data
transmission (1=slower transmission, higher
picture quality / 9=higher transmission, lower
picture quality). The network speed depends
on the internal network and the internet
provider.
5
54
ESC
PAN/TILT SETUP
Here you can adjust the settings for connected
Pan-Tilt-Zoom (PTZ) cameras.
ESC
COMMAND SETUP
- CHANNEL
Here you select the channel to adjust the
settings.
- MODEL
Here you can select the communication
protocol of the PTZ camera. PTZ cameras
of ABUS Security-Center usually use the
PELCO-D protocol.
- PTZ ID
Here you select the ID of the PTZ camera
you want to control. The ID has to be the
same as of the PTZ camera.
COMMAND SETUP
CHANNEL
MODEL
PTZ ID
BAUDRATE
CMD DELAY
ESC
- BAUDRATE
Here you can set the baudrate. The baudrate has to be the same as of the PTZ camera.
- CMD DELAY
Here you can adjust the delay time of commands, since the DVR and camera sometimes
operate at different speeds.
- COMMAND
Here you can select a command. The code and length will be shown.
* NOTE
If you click on „ALL-DEFAULT“ the factory settings for all channels will be set.
SPEED SETUP
Here you can set the pan, tilt and zoom speed
of PTZ camera.
55
7
7
7
ESC
SPOT SETUP
At the spot monitor output all cameras are
shown in sequence. In case of an event
(ALARM OR MOTION) the spot monitor will
show the corresponding channel.
- SWITCHING INTERVAL
Here you can set the switching interval of
the spot monitor.
ESC
- ALARM POPUP
Here you can set if in case of an ALARM the corresponding channel should be shown.
- MOTION POPUP
Here you can set if in case of a MOTION the corresponding channel should be shown
- EVENT POPUP DURATION
Here you can set how long the event should be shown on the spot monitor.
10.5 Back-Up
USB-BACKUP
HDD
Here you can see when the recording
started and ended.
- MEDIA
- PARTITION: Shows the size and
available space of the USB media.
- START: Here you can select the start
point of the backup.
- END: On basis of the available space
of the USB media the end time will
automatically be calculated.
- SIZE: Here you can adjust the size of
the backup. The end time will be
automatically recalculated.
- BACKUP
Click here to start the backup.
-
07/11/2007
09/11/2007
17:46:14
11:10:41
07/11/2007
17:46:14
MB ->
MB
USB STORAGE IS BEING CHECKED
56
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10.6 Firmware upgrade
FIRMWARE UPGRADE
Copy the firmware on a formatted USB stick.
After connecting the DVR will check the file.
Click on UPGRADE to start the firmware
upgrade.
FRIMWARE UPGRADE
CURRENT VER
UPGRADE VER
1.30_SP
CHECK USB
UPGRADE
ESC
10.7 Language
LANGUAGE
Click on the shown language to change.
ENGLISH
EXIT
11. Software & DDNS Server
Since we constantly optimize our software you can find the updated manual
at www.abus-sc.com.
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12. Possible recording time
PAL
(352 x 288)
PAL
(704 x 288)
250 GB HDD – Possible recording time shown in hours
Quality
Frames /
Lowest
Low
Standard
High
seconds
17 KB
19 KB
21 KB
24 KB
25,0
163,4
146,2
132,28
115,74
12,5
326,8
292,4
264,55
231,48
8,3
492,16
440,36
398,42
348,62
6,2
658,87
589,51
533,37
466,7
5,0
816,99
730,99
661,38
578,7
4,1
996,33
891,46
806,56
705,74
3,5
1167,13
1044,28
944,82
826,72
2,0
2042,48
1827,49
1653,44
1446,76
1,0
4084,97
3654,97
3306,88
2893,52
Highest
28 KB
99,21
198,41
298,81
400,03
496,03
604,92
708,62
1240,08
2480,16
250 GB HDD – Possible recording time shown in hours
Quality
Frames /
Lowest
Low
Standard
High
seconds
30,5 KB
33,5 KB
37 KB
43 KB
25,0
91,07
82,92
75,08
64,6
12,5
182,15
165,84
150,15
129,2
8,3
274,32
249,76
226,13
194,58
6,2
367,24
334,35
302,72
260,48
5,0
455,37
414,59
375,38
323
4,1
555,33
505,6
457,77
393,9
3,5
650,53
592,28
536,25
461,42
2,0
1138,43
1036,48
938,44
807,49
Highest
49,5 KB
56,12
112,32
169,03
226,28
280,58
342,18
400,83
701,46
1,0
2276,87
2072,97
1876,88
58
1614,99
1402,92
14. Specifications
TV8925 4-Channel MJPEG digital recorder LAN
Model
Number of camera inputs
Display format
Video output
Function
4
Full-screen, Split-screen, Picture-in-Picture,
Sequence
1 x Monitor, 1 x Spot monitor
Operating mode
Triplex
Display of camera name
8 digits / camera
Display key lock
Yes
Digital zoom
Yes
Password
Compression method
Recording
Compression level
Post-alarm
Search modes
Playback speed
MJPEG
5
1 ~ 99 seconds
Percent search, Event search, Date/time
search
10 different speeds
BNC video outputs
2
BNC video inputs
4
Ethernet
RJ45
RS-485
PTZ control
Motion sensor sensitivity
5
16 x 12 per camera
Alarm/Sensor Video loss display
Signal tone
Number of alarm outputs
1
Number of alarm inputs
4
Realtime recording
Event
Network
HDD
Backup
Other
Yes
Alarm, motion, video loss
Event memory
9990
Remote Viewer
Yes
Possible HDD size
1 x S-ATA HDD
Backup method
USB Backup
Power consumption
Ambient operating temperature
0 - 55°C
Ambient operating humidity
20 - 85%
Dimensions
320(B) x 60 (H) x 210 (T) mm
59
TV8925
61
62
63
CD logiciel
64
65
66
5. Vue de face
Icone Name
Backup
Mouse
Power LED
HDD active
AB-USB-Port
Nr.
1
2
3
Name
DC 12V
PS/2
Vidéo Out
4
5
6
CH1-4
Ethernet
Fonction
7
RS-232C
67
68
69
DC
LEVEL
V.P
VIDEO
DC
VIDEO
LENS
Rear view of CAMERA
VIDEO A
IN
-
OUT
OUT
VIDEO C
IN
OUT
70
8.4 Alimentation
8.5.1 Terminal de branchement
•
71
N°
1
2
3
-
72
Aucun enregistrement
Enregistrement
Date et heure
73
9.6 Recherche des enregistrements
3 possibilités de recherche existent. Cliquez sur le symbole
recherche.
Mode de recherche
Recherche par
pourcentage
74
ou
75
10. Main Menu
MAIN MENU
ENGLISH
EXIT
ESC
OSD SETUP
TOP OSD OFFSET
BOTTOM OSD OFFSET
76
0
0
ESC
ESC
77
CH1
352x288
HIGHEST
25.0 FPS
ESC
SCHEDULE SETUP
SCHEDULE SETUP
CHANNEL
TYPE
CH1
MOTION
ALL
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1
SUN
MON
TUE
WED
THU
FRI
SAT
2
3
4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3
ESC
78
CONFIGURATION
HDD MANAGEMENT
CAMERA SETUP
MOTION SETUP
ALARM SETUP
INTERVAL SETUP
TIME/DATE SETUP
PASSWORD SETUP
BUZZER SETUP
ESC
-
ESC
79
CAMERA SETUP
CHANNEL
TITLE
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
SATURATION
HUE
80
CH1
CAM01___
0
0
0
0
ESC
CH1
4
5
CELL NUMBER
1
ESC
81
INTERVAL SETUP
SEQUENCE SETUP
PIP SCREEN
EVENT UPDATE
ESC
TIME/DATE SETUP
DATE
TIME
08/11/2007
18:00:51
DATE FORMAT
TIME FORMAT
MONTH FORMAT
ESC
PASSWORD SETUP
USER-ID
USER PW
NEW PW
CONFIRM
ADMIN
_____________
_____________
_____________
ENTER
82
ESC
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ESC
EXTERNAL DEVICE
TCP/IP SETUP
PAN/TILT SETUP
SPOT SETUP
RS232C SETUP
ESC
TCP/IP SETUP
IP SETUP
DDNS SETUP
SPEED
ESC
83
84
5
85
ESC
ESC
COMMAND SETUP
CHANNEL
MODEL
PTZ ID
BAUDRATE
CMD DELAY
ESC
86
7
7
7
ESC
ESC
07/11/2007
09/11/2007
17:46:14
11:10:41
07/11/2007
17:46:14
MB ->
MB
USB STORAGE IS BEING CHECKED
87
ZURÜCK
FRIMWARE UPGRADE
CURRENT VER
UPGRADE VER
1.30_SP
CHECK USB
UPGRADE
ESC
ENGLISH
EXIT
88
2276,87
2072,97
1876,88
89
1614,99
1402,92
Fonction
Triplex
Affichage verrouillage
Oui
Oui
MJPEG
Post alarme
Événement
2
4
Ethernet
RJ45
RS-485
1
9990
Visualiser à distance
Oui
HDD
Sauvegarde
Sauvegarde USB
0 – 55 C
20 – 85°
Dimensions
320 x 60 x 210 mm
90
MJPEG digitale recorder
GEBRUIKERSHANDLEIDING
TV8925
92
93
94
3. Leveringsomvang
MJPEG digitale recorder
Netvoeding met aansluitkabel
Muis
Software CD
95
96
97
Icoon
Naam
Back-up
Muis
Power LED
HDD actief
AB-USB-Poort
6. Achteraanzicht
Nr.
1
2
3
Naam
DC 12V
PS/2
Video Out
4
5
6
CH1-4
Ethernet
Functie
7
RS-232C
98
99
Volg de onderstaande informatie op:
•
-
•
-
100
VIDEO
LENS
Rear view of CAMERA
8.3 Monitor / spotmonitor
VIDEO A
IN
OUT
OUT
VIDEO C
IN
OUT
-
-
101
Sluit de meegeleverde netvoeding aan op de DC aansluiting.
8.5 Aansluiten van externe apparatuur
8.5.1 Aansluitblok
•
102
Nr.
1
Muisknop
Linkerknop
2
3
Muiswiel
-
103
104
HDD status
Huidige weergavepunt
105
9.8 Zoom
Het livebeeld kan digitaal tweemaal worden vergroot. Klik op
gaan.
9.9 Splitscreen / Volledig beeld
- Klik op
- Klik op
of
106
Klik op het symbool
hoofdmenu te gaan.
ENGLISH
EXIT
107
ESC
OSD SETUP
TOP OSD OFFSET
BOTTOM OSD OFFSET
0
0
ESC
ESC
108
CH1
352x288
HIGHEST
25.0 FPS
ESC
SCHEDULE SETUP
SCHEDULE SETUP
CHANNEL
TYPE
CH1
MOTION
ALL
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1
SUN
MON
TUE
WED
THU
FRI
SAT
2
3
4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3
ESC
109
CONFIGURATION
HDD MANAGEMENT
CAMERA SETUP
MOTION SETUP
ALARM SETUP
INTERVAL SETUP
TIME/DATE SETUP
PASSWORD SETUP
BUZZER SETUP
ESC
-
ESC
110
CAMERA SETUP
CHANNEL
TITLE
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
SATURATION
HUE
111
CH1
CAM01___
0
0
0
0
ESC
CH1
4
5
CELL NUMBER
1
ESC
ALARM SETUP
CHANNEL
INPUT
DURATION
CH1
NORMAL OPEN
05 SEC
* OPMERKING
Klik op "ALLE" om de fabrieksinstellingen voor alle kanalen tegelijk in te stellen
112
ESC
INTERVAL SETUP
SEQUENCE SETUP
PIP SCREEN
EVENT UPDATE
ESC
TIME/DATE SETUP
DATE
TIME
08/11/2007
18:00:51
DATE FORMAT
TIME FORMAT
MONTH FORMAT
ESC
PASSWORD SETUP
USER-ID
USER PW
NEW PW
CONFIRM
ADMIN
_____________
_____________
_____________
ENTER
113
ESC
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ESC
EXTERNAL DEVICE
TCP/IP SETUP
PAN/TILT SETUP
SPOT SETUP
RS232C SETUP
ESC
TCP/IP SETUP
IP SETUP
DDNS SETUP
SPEED
ESC
114
IP PORT
IP ADDRESS
GATEWAY
SUBNET
115
00-0A-A2-02A01-23
MANUAL
IP DETECT
50000
192.168.001.160
192.168.001.001
255.255.255.000
ESC
ESC
SPEED
Hier kunt u de snelheid van de
netwerktransmissie instellen (1 = laagste
transmissiesnelheid, 9 = hoogste
transmissiesnelheid).
5
116
ESC
ESC
COMMAND SETUP
CHANNEL
MODEL
PTZ ID
BAUDRATE
CMD DELAY
ESC
117
7
7
7
ESC
SPOT SETUP
SWITCHING INTERVAL
ALARM POPUP
MOTION POPUP
EVENT POPUP DURATION
ESC
07/11/2007
09/11/2007
17:46:14
11:10:41
07/11/2007
17:46:14
MB ->
MB
USB STORAGE IS BEING CHECKED
118
ZURÜCK
FRIMWARE UPGRADE
CURRENT VER
UPGRADE VER
1.30_SP
CHECK USB
UPGRADE
ESC
ENGLISH
EXIT
119
12. Maximale opnametijd
PAL
(352 x 288)
PAL
(704 x 288)
Super
28 KB
99,21
198,41
298,81
400,03
496,03
604,92
708,62
1240,08
2480,16
Super
49,5 KB
56,12
112,32
169,03
226,28
280,58
342,18
400,83
701,46
1,0
2276,87
2072,97
1876,88
120
1614,99
1402,92
13. Technische gegevens
TV8925 digitale recorder
Model
Aantal camera-ingangen
4
Volledig beeld, splitscreen, picture-inpicture, sequentiële weergave
1 x monitor, 1 x spotmonitor
Werkmodi
Triplex
8 tekens per camera
Weergave blokkering
Ja
Ja
Resolutie
Compressie
Opname
MJPEG
Na-alarm
Zoekmodi
Aansluitingen
2
BNC video-ingangen
4
Ethernet
RJ45
RS-485
Dome besturing
Gevoeligheidsniveaus van de
bewegingssensor
Resolutie van de
bewegingssensor
Alarm/Sensor Indicatie van verlies van het
videosignaal
Aantal alarmuitgangen
Diversen
Aantal alarmingangen
4
Real-time alarmopnamen
Ja
Alarm, sensor, verlies van videosignaal
9990
Remote Viewer
Ja
1 x SATA HDD
Back-up methode
USB Back-up
0 – 55°C
20 – 85%
Afmetingen
320 x 60 x 210 mm
121
kanals MJPEG digital optager LAN
BRUGERHÅNDBOG
TV8925
123
124
125
Software CD
Installationsvejledning
126
127
128
Icon Name
Backup
Function
USB port for image backup
USB port for firmware flash
USB port for a USB mouse
Shows green during operating
Shows yellow during recording
No function
Mouse
Power LED
HDD active
AB-USB-Port
Nr.
1
2
3
Name
DC 12V
PS/2
Video Out
4
5
6
CH1-4
Ethernet
Function
7
RS-232C
Function
Connector for the 12 VDC / 5A power supply
Connector for a PS/2 mouse
MONITOR: BNC connector for external monitor
SPOT: BNC connector for a spot monitor
(all cameras are shown in sequence, in case of a alarm/motion the
spot monitor will show the corresponding channel.)
BNC-inputs for camera signals
Network connector
1-2
RS-485 connector
3-5
Alarm output
6-10 Alarm input
No function
129
7. Installationseksempel
130
Please switch off the recorder and remove the recorder from the mains supply.
Unscrew and remove the cover at the bottom side of the housing.
Place the HDD on the inside of the cover and screw it at the bottom side.
Connect the cables with the HDD and put the cover on the housing.
Screw the cover back on the device.
131
8.2 Kamerainstallation
DC
LEVEL
V.P
VIDEO
LENS
Rear view of CAMERA
8.3 Monitor / Spotmonitor
VIDEO A
IN
-
-
OUT
OUT
VIDEO C
IN
OUT
Forbind monitorudgangen af MJPEG optageren med en af skærmenes monitorindgange. På
den eksterne monitor
Connect the spot monitor output of the 4-Channel MJPEG recorder LAN with the monitor
input with a second monitor. Every camera signal is displayed in sequence. In case of an
event (Alarm / Motion) the triggered input is shown.
Connect the monitor output of the 4-Channel MJPEG recorder LAN with the monitor input of
an external monitor.
Connect the spot monitor output of the 4-Channel MJPEG recorder LAN with the monitor
input with a second monitor. Every camera signal is displayed in sequence. In case of an
event (Alarm / Motion) the triggered input is shown.
132
8.4 Strømforsyning
8.5.1 Tilslutningsterminal
•
133
Nr.
1
Musetast
Venstre tast
2
Højre tast
3
Musehjul
-
134
Overskrivning FRA / TIL
PTZ
135
Afspilning visning
HDD-status
Aktuel afspilning punkt
Tid/Dato-søgning
136
eller
137
10. Main Menu
MAIN MENU
ENGLISH
EXIT
ESC
OSD SETUP
TOP OSD OFFSET
BOTTOM OSD OFFSET
138
0
0
ESC
ESC
139
CH1
352x288
HIGHEST
25.0 FPS
ESC
SCHEDULE SETUP
SCHEDULE SETUP
CHANNEL
TYPE
CH1
MOTION
ALL
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1
SUN
MON
TUE
WED
THU
FRI
SAT
2
3
4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3
ESC
140
CONFIGURATION
HDD MANAGEMENT
CAMERA SETUP
MOTION SETUP
ALARM SETUP
INTERVAL SETUP
TIME/DATE SETUP
PASSWORD SETUP
BUZZER SETUP
ESC
-
141
ESC
CAMERA SETUP
CHANNEL
TITLE
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
SATURATION
HUE
142
CH1
CAM01___
0
0
0
0
ESC
CH1
4
5
CELL NUMBER
1
ESC
ALARM SETUP
CHANNEL
INPUT
DURATION
CH1
NORMAL OPEN
05 SEC
143
ESC
INTERVAL SETUP
SEQUENCE SETUP
PIP SCREEN
EVENT UPDATE
ESC
TIME/DATE SETUP
DATE
TIME
08/11/2007
18:00:51
DATE FORMAT
TIME FORMAT
MONTH FORMAT
ESC
PASSWORD SETUP
USER-ID
USER PW
NEW PW
CONFIRM
ADMIN
_____________
_____________
_____________
ENTER
144
ESC
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ESC
EXTERNAL DEVICE
TCP/IP SETUP
PAN/TILT SETUP
SPOT SETUP
RS232C SETUP
ESC
TCP/IP SETUP
IP SETUP
DDNS SETUP
SPEED
ESC
145
IP PORT
IP ADDRESS
GATEWAY
SUBNET
146
00-0A-A2-02A01-23
MANUAL
IP DETECT
50000
192.168.001.160
192.168.001.001
255.255.255.000
ESC
ESC
5
147
ESC
ESC
COMMAND SETUP
CHANNEL
MODEL
PTZ ID
BAUDRATE
CMD DELAY
ESC
148
7
7
7
ESC
ESC
07/11/2007
09/11/2007
17:46:14
11:10:41
07/11/2007
17:46:14
MB ->
MB
USB STORAGE IS BEING CHECKED
149
ZURÜCK
FRIMWARE UPGRADE
CURRENT VER
UPGRADE VER
1.30_SP
CHECK USB
UPGRADE
ESC
ENGLISH
EXIT
150
12. Maks. optagelsestid
PAL
(352 x 288)
PAL
(704 x 288)
250 GB HDD - Mulig optage tid vist i timer
Kvalitet
Billeder /
Lavst
Lav
Standard
Sekund
17 KB
19 KB
21 KB
25,0
163,4
146,2
132,28
12,5
326,8
292,4
264,55
8,3
492,16
440,36
398,42
6,2
658,87
589,51
533,37
5,0
816,99
730,99
661,38
4,1
996,33
891,46
806,56
3,5
1167,13
1044,28
944,82
2,0
2042,48
1827,49
1653,44
1,0
4084,97
3654,97
3306,88
250 GB HDD - Mulig optage tid vist i timer
Kvalitet
Billeder /
Lavst
Lav
Standard
Sekund
30,5 KB
33,5 KB
37 KB
25,0
91,07
82,92
75,08
12,5
182,15
165,84
150,15
8,3
274,32
249,76
226,13
6,2
367,24
334,35
302,72
5,0
455,37
414,59
375,38
4,1
555,33
505,6
457,77
3,5
650,53
592,28
536,25
2,0
1138,43
1036,48
938,44
1,0
2276,87
2072,97
1876,88
151
13. Tekniske data
TV8925 4 kanals MJPEG digital optager LAN
Model
Antal kameraindgange
Triplex
Visning kameranavn
Ja
Digitalzoom
Ja
Password
Opløsning
MJPEG
Efteralarm
Afspilningshastighed
2
4
Tilslutninger
Ethernet
RJ45
RS-485
Dome-styring
Alarm/Sensor Visning mistet video
Andet
5 trin
Signaltone
Antal alarmudgange
1
Antal alarmindgange
4
Realtime-alarmoptagelse
Ja
Alarm, sensor, mistet video
9990
Remote Viewer
Ja
1 x S-ATA HDD
Lagringsmåde
USB Backup
0 – 55°C
20 – 85%
Mål
320 x 60 x 210 mm
152
ABUS Security-Center
Linker Kreuthweg 5
D-86444 Affing / OT Mühlhausen
Germany
Telefon: +49 (0) 8207 / 9 59 90 - 0
Telefax: +49 (0) 8207 / 9 59 90 - 100
EMail: [email protected]
www.abus-sc.com
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IR Kompaktkamera
ECOLINE
Installationsanleitung
TV7183
2
3
4
TV7182
Security-Center, ABUS Group, D-86444 Affing, Germany
www.abus-sc.eu, [email protected]
5
IR Compact Camera
ECOLINE
Installation Instructions
TV7183
1. Preface
Dear Customer,
Thank you for purchasing this IR compact video surveillance camera. You made the
right decision in choosing this state of the art technology, which complies with the
current standards of domestic and European regulations. The CE has been proved
and all related certifications are available from the manufacturer upon request.
To maintain this status and to guarantee safe operation, it is your obligation to
observe these operating instructions.
The waterproofed Eyseo IR compact cameras are fitted with a 1/3" SONY Super
HAD CCD image sensor, a 3.6 mm fixed lens and a digital signal processor. The all
state circuitry provides extremely long life and guarantees a high level of reliability.
This camera is protected against water and can therefore be used easily in this environment.
These cameras use first-class microelements that are resistant to external
electromagnetic fields. They offer cutting-edge technology for advanced video
surveillance.
© Security-Center ABUS Group, August 2008
Every effort has been made to ensure that the contents of this manual are correct.
However, neither the authors nor Security-Center ABUS Group accept any liability for
loss or damage caused or alleged to be caused directly or indirectly by this manual.
The contents of this manual are subject to change without notice.
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2. Scope of delivery
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Waterproofed Eyseo IR compact camera
Sunshield
Wall and ceilling mounting
Installation instructions
3. Feature
All cameras of the waterproofed Eyseo series have the following features:
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Waterproof (IP68)
Auto-electronic shutter (AES)
Backlightcompensation
35 infrared LEDs
Digital signal processor (DSP)
Automatic day-night switching (B/W)
4. Safety information
To avoid electric shock and prevent the loss of waterproofing, and also to protect your
guarantee rights, follow these instructions carefully when opening or closing the camera.
Never point the camera towards the sun. Whether the camera is in use or not, never
aim the CCD at the sun. This can damage the CCD element and create white dots on
the monitor, a sign that CCD pixels are destroyed.
Operate the camera only within the specified temperature range. Operating the
camera outside the prescribed ranges can lead to reduced product life and early
malfunction. Greatly exceeding the specified operating ranges can also result in
immediate failure of the camera. All specifications can be found in the technical data.
Handle the camera with care. When installing the camera, make sure it is not subject
to excessive physical stress (shocks, vibrations, etc.). It should be installed in a place
that is free from shocks and vibration. Incorrect handling and transport can lead to
damage to the camera.
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5. Installation instructions
The waterproof Eyseo colour cameras are particularly well suited for day and night
surveillance. In addition, the Eyseo colour cameras are equipped with automatic
switching for black/white operation when illumination falls below 2 lux.
First-class video pictures are largely dependent on the illumination used. When using
artificial light, make sure you use lights with a colour spectrum as near as possible to
daylight, since colour distortion can otherwise occur with colour cameras.
The reason for poor picture quality is often bad-quality cabling. Make sure the
connections are properly crimped, avoid passive video signal distributors, and always
choose the shortest possible cable route between the camera and video processing
devices.
If necessary, the sunroof of the waterproof camera can be removed.
6. Description of the camera
(1) Video output connector (Video OUT)
BNC output. This connector is for connecting the camera video signal to the VIDEO
IN connector of, for example, the monitor (composite signal: 1Vp-p).
(2) Power input
12V DC voltage. Approved for DC voltage are class 2 power supply units only.
Ensure the polarity is correct.
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7. Installation
Proceed as follows when installing the camera.
1. Select a suitable place to mount the camera.
2. Connect the video cable (recommended type: RG59) with the BNC video
output (1) of the camera and with the output as the next connected device.
The maximum cable length must not exceed 200 meter.
3. Connect a 12VDC voltage supply to the power input (E 5.5x2.1).
4. Hold the camera at the location where you want to mount it later. Check the
orientation and viewing angle of the camera.
5. Fasten the supplied wall or ceilling mount to the desired installation location
and screw the mount into the camera housing.
6. Change the orientation of the camera bracket if necessary by slightly
loosening the fixing screw and changing the position as required. Then tighten
the fixing screw so that the camera remains in the desired position.
8. Technical Data
Model
Video norm
Image sensor
Pixel (total)
Pixel (effective)
Min. illumination
Infrared sensitivity
TV lines / Pixel
Infrarot LEDs
Infrared range
IR activation
Synchronisation
Video signal
Signal-noise-ratio
Day/night switching
Whitebalance
Lens
Auto-Iris
Backlightcompensation
Gamma
Operating temperature
Protection grade
Size / weight
Voltage / max. current
TV7182
TV7183
PAL
1/3‘‘ SONY HAD CCD Sensor
537(H)x597(V)
795(H)x596(V)
500(H)x582(V)
752(H)x582(V)
0.05 Lux (IR off)
0 Lux (IR on)
400-850 nm
420 TVL / 291000
480 TVL / 437000
35 LEDs
15 meter
Automatic, under 10 Lux
Internal
1Vss / 75 Ohm, composite
> 52 dB
Black/white under 2 Lux
2400K – 11000K
3.6mm / Miniature lens / F2.0
1/50s – 1/100000s
Active histogram plus windows weight BLC
0.45
-10°C - +50°C
IP68
Ø60 x 50 mm / ca. 430 g
12 VDC / max. 350 mA
12 VDC / max. 400 mA
Security-Center, ABUS Group, D-86444 Affing, Germany
www.abus-sc.eu, [email protected]
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TV7183
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TV7182
Security-Center, Groupe ABUS, D-86444 Affing, Allemagne
www.abus-sc.eu, [email protected]
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IR Compactcamera
ECOLINE
Installatiehandleiding
TV7183
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2. Leveringsomvang
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TV7182
TV7183
PAL
1/3‘‘ SONY HAD CCD sensor
537(H) x 597(V)
795(H) x 596(V)
500(H) x 582(V)
752(H) x 582(V)
0,05 Lux (IR uit)
0 Lux (IR aan)
400-850 nm
420 TVL / 291000
480 TVL / 437000
35 LED's
15 meter
Automatisch bij minder dan 10 Lux
Intern
1Vss / 75 Ohm, composite
> 52 dB
Zwart/wit bij minder dan 2 Lux
2400K – 11000K
3,6 mm / miniatuur objectief / F2.0
1/50 sec. – 1/100.000 sec.
Automatisch met histogramvenster
0,45
-10 °C - +50 °C
IP68
Ø 60 x 50 mm / ca. 430 g
12 VDC / max. 350 mA
12 VDC / max. 400 mA
Security-Center, ABUS Group, D-86444 Affing, Germany
www.abus-sc.eu, [email protected]
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IR Kompaktkamera
ECOLINE
Installationsvejledning
TV7183
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2. Leveringsomfang
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TV7182
TV7183
PAL
1/3‘‘ SONY HAD CCD Sensor
537(H)x597(V)
795(H)x596(V)
500(H)x582(V)
752(H)x582(V)
0.05 Lux (IR fra)
0 Lux (IR til)
400-850 nm
420 TVL / 291000
480 TVL / 437000
35 LED‘er
15 meter
Automatisk under 10 Lux
Intern
1Vss / 75 Ohm, composite
> 52 dB
Sort/Hvid under 2 Lux
2400K – 11000K
3.6 mm / Miniatureobjektiv / F2.0
1/50s – 1/100000s
Automatisk med vindue-histogramfunktion
0.45
-10 °C - +50 °C
IP68
Ø60 x 50 mm / ca. 430 g
12 VDC / maks. 350 mA
12 VDC / max. 400 mA
Security-Center, ABUS Group, D-86444 Affing, Germany
www.abus-sc.eu, [email protected]
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