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Chapter 3. Installation

3.1 Installation & Connection

3.1.1 Basic connection and operation

3.1.1.1 Camera connection

Connect the DVR and CCTV cameras using coaxial cable as in the following figure.

- The cameras’ video input type must be one and only of NTSC or PAL. Both types should not be used together.

- Automatic settings for 75Ω terminal resistance

While terminal resistance is generally 75Ω with only one video input port in use, when the lower video input port is also connected, the settings automatically separate into 75Ω terminal resistance while the status is Hi-Z (high impedance).

- The video input type (NTSC/PAL) is automatically recognized when the device is operation.

When multiple cameras are used, the video input type is taken from the first camera detected starting from channel 1 and progressing sequentially to channel 16.

3.1.1.2 Monitor connection

Monitors connect to the DVR unit using a video cable as shown in the following figure.

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3.1.1.3 Audio connection

Audio equipment connects to the DVR unit using RCA audio cables or D-SUB as shown in the following figure. SVR-480 does not support D-SUB audio.

Refer to the following figure when connecting D-SUB. The audio inputs are pin numbers 5 ~ 16.

3.1.1.4 Power connection & operation

Connect the power cable as shown in the following figure.

- The DVR unit will boot automatically when the power is connected.

- To turn the DVR unit off, press the power button for 5 seconds, then choose “Yes” when the power-off dialog appears.

- To turn the power on again, press the power button.

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3.2 OSD Menu structure & Operation

Press the [MENU] button on the front panel to change to setup mode and display the following dialog.

Main menu

Sub menu

Setup dialog box

(1) Main menu

: The currently selected tab is highlighted in blue with submenus and options displayed below. Use the cursor [◀/▶] keys to navigate between submenu items then press

[Enter] to activate it.

(2) Sub menu

: The currently selected submenu name is displayed in the title bar. Use the cursor [◀/▶] keys to navigate across submenus and press [Enter] to display it in the dialog box.

Press [ESC] to navigate up to the main menu tabs.

(3) Setup dialog box

: The currently selected setting is highlighted in blue. Use the cursor

[◀/▶] keys to move between settings and press [Enter] or [▼] to enter edit mode and change a setting. All setting values are either numeric or text based. Use the cursor [◀/▶] or [▲/▼] keys to edit numeric values. Text based values are edited with the character input dialog. To save a value and resume navigation, press [ESC]. Press [ESC] again to navigate up to the main menu.

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3.2.1.1 Character input dialog box

The characters input dialog lets you input text.

Character input

Use the cursor [▲/▼] and [◀/▶] keys to choose characters then press [Enter] to input it. Use

[Å] to backspace, and [Æ] to insert a space. When finished, press [Enter] to exit the character input dialog with the newly inputted value.

3.2.2 Remote control setup & basic operation

When operating multiple units, a single remote controller can be used to control all of them by assigning each unit a unique ID. Setup each unit's unique ID as follows.

(1) Press [MENU].

(2) Press [▶] to select “Network” then press [Enter] or [▼].

(3) Press [▼] to select “Remote” then press [Enter].

(4) Press [▶] to select “Remote Control ID” then press [Enter].

(5) Adjust the ID value using [◀/▶] then press [ESC].

(6) Press [ESC] several times until you are back in monitor mode.

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Remote Control ID supports a maximum of 16 IDs.

For unused remote controllers, set Remote Control ID to Off.

All DVR unit features can be controlled with the remote controller; 16 units can be controlled with a single remote controller. Unit IDs should be set.

1) Check the remote controller ID in DVR Menu.

2) Press the ID button on the remote controller.

3) Press the number button on the remote controller.

If the remote controller ID and the DVR ID are the same, the DVR buzzer beeps

3.2.2.3 Usable range of Remote Controller

3.2.2.4 Inserting and changing batteries in the Remote Controller

The remote controller takes AAA sized batteries.

1. Open the battery cover on

2. Check the positive(+) and negative(-) battery poles 3. Close the battery cover. the back. and insert or replace the batteries.

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3.2.3 Example of installation structure

3.2.3.1 Basic connection diagram

Connect the cameras, monitors and audio.

Connect the cameras, monitors, audio, sensors, relays and other peripherals.

3.2.3.3 External storage and backup connection diagram

Connect a USB memory device or a “Samsung SVS-5E external HDD (eSATA)” unit.

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3.2.3.4 Internet/Intranet connection diagram

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3.2.4 Basic setup

The product automatically powers on when the power cord is plugged in. Once it finishes booting up, the default 16 channel split-screen is displayed.

If a password for the unit has been set, the password input dialog is displayed.

Only the numeric buttons work here and all others are temporarily disabled until the correct password is entered. (The factory default has no password protection.)

3.2.4.2 Date & time setup

- Press [MENU] and select “Quick Setup” when the OSD menu appears.

- After selecting “System Time”, press [Enter].

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Time Zone

(1) Press [◀/▶] or [▲/▼] to select “Time Zone”, and then press [Enter].

(2) Press [◀/▶] to set the correct Time Zone, and then press [ESC].

Daylight Saving

(1) The daylight saving time option is available for time zones where it is used.

(2) Press [◀/▶] or [▲/▼] to select “Daylight Saving”, and then press [Enter].

(3) Press [◀/▶] to toggle it on/off, and then press [Enter].

Date Format

(1) Press [◀/▶] or [▲/▼] to select “Date Format”, and then press [Enter]. Press [◀/▶] to select a date format: YYYY/MM/DD, MM/DD/YYYY, or DD/MM/YYYY.

(2) Press [ESC] to exit edit mode.

Time

(1) Press [◀/▶] or [▲/▼] to select “Time”, and then press [Enter].

(2) Press [◀/▶] to individually select “Date” and “Time”. Press [▲/▼] to set the proper values for each.

(3) Press [ESC] to exit edit mode.

Apply Date/Time

Setting a new date and/or time has a serious impact on the HDD recording file system. As such, unlike other settings that are automatically saved, the date and time settings must be manually saved to avoid the possibility of an inadvertent change. Click the [Apply Date / Time] button to confirm and save the settings.

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(1) Press [◀/▶] or [▲/▼] to select “Apply Date / Time” and then press [Enter]. A confirmation dialog is displayed as shown below.

(2) Press [◀/▶] or [▲/▼] to select “YES” and then press [Enter]. Press [ESC] to cancel the new date/time and return to the original value from before.

Press [Menu] and select “Quick Setup” when the OSD menu appears.

Program setup

This menu allows user to set resolution, frame rates, and quality for each channel individually.

Please refer to the “Record setup” sections for more information.

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Schedule Setup

Select the “Schedule & Event” option, and set the Day & Time options.

How to check the record status

If the record setup is configured correctly, [REC LED] on the front panel will light up RED. Also, record status [S] will be displayed on the video screen.

[S] indicates scheduled recording.

3.3 Using input/output terminals

3.3.1 Handling cable ends

The following details how to handle cables for the terminal block. Please note that different gauges of wire are needed for stranded wire and solid wire.

- Stranded wire: Strip 8 ~ 10㎜ of insulation off the end of the wire and solder it together. Use

AWG 22 ~ 26 wire.

- Solid wire: Strip 8 ~ 10㎜ of insulation off the end of the wire. Use AWG 20 ~ 26.

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When inserting/removing wires to/from the terminal block, push the driver as shown below and insert or remove the wire.

3.3.3 Sensor connections & settings

3.3.3.1 Specification

The sensor specifications are as follows.

No. of inputs

Input types

Specification

Support Sensor

Electric capacity

16 transistor input

N.C, N.O support

Connection method

Dry contact sensor

Insert stripped wire end into terminal block

Pulse width of usable Minimum 500ms input

Output power Typical DC 12mA

Sensor input terminal connection

Connect sensors to S1 ~ S16 as illustrated in the figure below. Please note that the figure shows connecting sensors with dry contacts. Refer to the section on handling wiring for more information about connecting or disconnecting sensor wires.

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Sensor Settings

(1) Press [Menu] and select “Event” when the OSD menu appears.

(2) Press [Enter] or [▼] to enter the submenu, select “Sensor” and press [Enter].

All

This allows setting all 16 sensors simultaneously to off or Normal Open (N.O.) / Normal Close

(N.C.).

(1) Set the input type after setting "All".

Individual sensor

This option allows setting each of the 16 sensor input types individually.

(1) Select a sensor then press [Enter].

(2) Set the input type for the selected sensor.

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(3) Press [ESC] to exit to the OSD menu when you are finished.

Sensor setup lets you choose whether or not to use sensors and their type, and

Record & Relay setup, while set separately, should be set according to the sensor type. Please refer to the “Record setup”, the “Event Action” heading in the “Event setup”, and “Relay out” sections for more information.

3.3.3.2 Relay connections & settings

Specification

The alarm specifications are as follows.

No. of outputs 4 relay outputs

Specification

Output type Dry contact

Connection method Insert stripped wire end into terminal block

Rated current

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Relay out connection

Connect relays to R1 ~ R16 as illustrated in the figure below. The example shows how to connect a warning light. Refer to the section on handling wiring for more information about connecting or disconnecting relay wires.

Relay Out Settings

Relays can be triggered by following events; alarm sensor, motion detection, video loss, hard disk fail, hard disk full, fan fail, password fail, and DDNS registration failure. Relays can also be triggered remotely over the network using the Samsung Network Video Management software.

For more information, refer to the user manual.

The user manual can be downloaded from www.samsungcctv.com or on the CD provided with the product.

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3.3.3.3 D-I/O (Digital Input/Output) connection & settings

The D-I/O has 12 D-I/O ports and can accommodate 12 inputs/outputs. If sensors are working as Relay out, the Output can be operated with digital I/O. Also, if Input is operated, the emergency recording is started. Then the emergency recording starts to record with the Event

Record value.

Specification

The D-I/O specifications are as follows.

No. of inputs/outputs 12

Specification

Output type DC 3V output

Connection method Connect stripped wire end with 15 pin D_SUB.

Rated current

DC 3.3 ~ 5V

D-I/O Connection

D-I/O inputs/outputs are connected shown in the following figure. Please refer to the section on handling wiring for information about connecting and disconnecting.

D-I/O Settings

The 12 D-I/O ports are split with 6 for input and 6 for output. They can be configured under the

Event Setup menu tab.

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For more information, refer to the user manual.

The user manual can be downloaded from www.samsungcctv.com or on the

CD provided with the product.

3.3.3.4 Serial communication terminal connections & settings

Serial communication terminal connection for Pan/Tilt/Zoom

PTZ cameras for the DVR unit can be connected through the COM port, and supported models configured through the OSD menu.

The following figures illustrate how to connect PTZ cameras through the RS-422/485 port

(COM2/COM4) and how to connect other devices through the serial port connection terminals.c

Refer to the section on handling wiring for more information about connecting or disconnecting wires.

[SVR-3200, 1680C, 1660C] [SVR-1645, 960C, 945]

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Serial Comm. Terminal Connection Diagram

COM1 connection diagram(RS-232)

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COM2 connection diagram (RS-422/485)

RS-422(SVR-3200, 1680C, 1660C)

RS-485(All SVR series )

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COM3 connection diagram (RS-232)

PTZ, Keyboard Compatible List

Model Manufacturer

SDZ160/330, Samsung SPD

Keyboard SCC3000, Samsung SRX-100B

BOSCH AutoDome, TC8560X-4

PELCO(P), PELCO(D)

Honeywell 755/655, HRX-2000, ScanDome2

Sony EVI-D3x

VT VPT-4x

AD SpeedDome

SungJin SJ372R1’

Samsung SCC641

Panasonic WV-CS850

LG GAC-PT2

SAMSUNG TECHWIN

BOSCH

PELCO

HONEYWELL

SONY

VT

AD

SUNGJIN

SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS

PANASONIC

LG

Keyboard KBD300A, WGI SPD1800/2600

Merit-Lilin FastDome

Elmo PTC200C

WEBGATE Inc.

MERIT

ELMO

Canon VC-C4 CANON

HTC-230S D-MAX

RVision RVISION

Elbex ELBEX

VIDO VIDO

VICON VICON

Hunt HUNT

ORX-1000 SYSMANIA

Fine CRR-1600 LIVEI

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Tokina TOKINA

Kodicom KRE KODICOM

Nuvico NUVICO

Serial Settings

A total of four serial ports are available for the DVR. Two are RS-232C(Com1, Com3) and the other two are RS-422/485(Com2, Com4).

The Serial Port settings are available under Communication > Remote.

The following options are provided for the Serial Port settings.

PTZ(Serial)

Select PTZ.

To control the PTZ operation via serial port, select PTZ in the Device options, and then set up a serial port. To control the PTZ operation via coax protocol, you do not need to set up this option.

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Type

Select a serial port.

Protocol

Select a connected PTZ device.

Camera ID

Enter the ID of the selected camera.

Interface

Select one from among Com2 to 4.

To use RS-232, select Com3. For RS-422 or 485, select Com2 or 4.

Baud rate/Parity/Stop Bit/Data Bit

Enter the same settings as the ones for the PTZ device.

Idle Time

Activate or disable PTZ Home, and set up a standby duration for the device before moving to

PTZ home.

PTZ(Coax)

The Coax Protocol option does not support normal PTZ protocols, but rather supports the Pelco

Standard and Extended Protocols.

The standard protocol supports basic PTZ functions such as PTZ and presets. The extended protocol supports more expansive features such as menu control and video playback in addition to the basic PTZ functions.

To use this option, a PTZ device must be embedded with a coax standard or extended protocol.

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Type

Select Coax.

Protocol

Select Pelco or Pelco Extended according to the coax protocol type of Pelco camera.

AD Dome does not support menu control, Presets or AUX when setup with a coax protocol.

Idle Time

Activate or disable PTZ Home, and setup a standby duration of the device before moving to

PTZ home.

3.3.3.5 External device connection using Serial port

Text Input Device Connection (ATM / POS / Access Control)

Text and video data from POS/ATM terminals can be synchronously recorded through

COM1/RS-232.

As shown in the above figure, COM1/RS-232 (9-pin D-SUB) are used to receive text data that is configured under the OSD Communication > Event menu.

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Serial Settings (COM1)

(1) In the OSD menu, navigate to Communication > Serial.

(2) Set the “Serial Number” option to COM1 for text.

(3) Set the Baud Rate/Parity/Stop bit/Data bit options identical to the Input device.

Text Settings

(1) On the OSD menu, select Event Setup > Text.

(2) Set text and relations options.

Some external devices may not be recognized. Please consult your product distributor prior to installation.

3.3.3.6 USB device connections

The USB ports are mainly used to copy video data to supported external USB storage devices like USB memory sticks (copies data within an hour).

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Supported USB devices conform to the following specifications.

USB Spec. Ver. 2.0 types

Output voltage/current

Max. 200mA per DC 5V / Port

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The storage device should be formatted with the FAT32 file system.

Supported storage devices are automatically recognized when copying. To copy video, set copying options in the Copy dialog, select the storage device, then copy the data.

[CD/DVD Copy] [RE4 Copy]

Select the channel to copy.

[SVR-960C/945] [SVR-1680C/1660C/1645] [SVR-3200]

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[AVI Copy]

Some USB storage devices may require additional software and drivers. Care should be taken in these cases as the DVR may not recognize some USB products like this. If copied files do not playback on another computer, double check that proper playback software and codecs are installed.

3.3.3.7 Video in/out connections

The DVR video input/output are “Loop through" and detect connection status automatically to set terminal resistance.

For example, when only video input is connected, terminal resistance is internally set to 75Ω.

However, when video input and output are connected, terminal resistance is set to Hi-Z. As such, when input and output are connected, the external output device should have its resistance set to 75Ω.

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3.3.3.8 Audio in/out connections

There are 4 RCA audio in and 12 D-SUB audio in.

All 16 audio sources can be monitored through a single output.

The 12 D-SUB audio inputs use terminals 5 ~ 16 and are connected as shown in the following figure.

3.3.4 External Storage connections

One eSATA external storage device can be connected through the eSATA port in the back of the

DVR unit for a maximum of 8TB of storage space.

The eSATA port only supports the “SVS-5E” eSATA external HDD from Samsung

Techwin.

3.3.4.2 eSATA device connection

Use the eSATA port in the back of the DVR unit to connect your SVS-5E external HDD. External storage requires its own power source as the DVR unit does not supply power to it.

Since some external devices may not be recognized if connected with the DVR unit on, the following procedure should be followed.

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1. Turn DVR power OFF.

2. Connect external device and eSATA interface cable.

3. Turn external device power ON.

4. Turn DVR Power ON.

Refer to the appendix in the back of the manual for information on supported HDDs.

3.3.4.4 Registering & formatting HDDs

When the DVR is first booted after a new HDD is physically installed, the "Disk Manager" automatically runs as shown in the following figure.

If the “Disk Manager” does not run, check that the HDD is properly installed.

(1) Press [Enter] with “Disk Manager” selected.

(2) Press [▲/▼] to select the new HDD (“No” under the “Enabled” column heading), and then press [Enter].

(3) If prompted to format the disk, select “YES”.

(4) Close “Disk Manager” by pressing [ESC].

3.3.4.5 Attaching & Detaching HDD

Please follow the instructions below to add or replace an HDD.

Attaching an HDD

Attach the enclosed HDD fixture screws to both sides of the HDD.

With 2 fixture screws to a side, attach 4 screws to the HDD.

The following picture shows an HDD attached with 4 fixture screws.

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Once the HDD is attached with the screws, insert it into an HDD bracket.

For the location of HDDs, IntA is the bottom right, IntB is the upper right, IntC is the bottom left, and IntD is the upper left.

The following picture shows an HDD being inserted to IntA.

When attaching an HDD, first insert the front part of the HDD to the bracket, and then press down on the other side with the SATA port.

Once the HDD is inserted, connect the SATA and power cables.

As shown in the picture below, connect the enclosed SATA cable, and then an SMPS power cable.

The following picture shows the product attached with the maximum 4 HDDs.

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After inserting the HDD, fasten the HDD fixture bracket as shown in the picture below.

Now the HDD is fully attached to the product.

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To enable the newly attached HDD, you must change the availability of the HDD to "Yes" under the DVR Disk menu.

To access the menu, go to Menu > System Settings > Disk > Disk Manager.

The newly attached HDD will display in the HDD list with No in the Availability pane.

To change the availability, place the cursor on No and then press Enter.

When a dialog window appears, select "Yes." Now the HDD is ready to use.

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Detaching HDD

Detaching an HDD is the same as attaching it, but in reverse order.

Loosen the HDD fixture bracket. Unplug the SATA and power cables.

Detach the HDD.

When detaching an HDD, first lift up the back part of the HDD with the SATA port, and then the front part. Remove or keep the HDD fixture screws in case you want to attach an HDD later.

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Go to Menu > System Settings > Disk > Disk Manager.

Select the detached HDD, and the press Enter. Select "Yes" in the dialog window and remove the HDD from the HDD list.

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3.3.5 Remote monitoring & control

Connections can be made through Internet/Intranet by using the remote computer. This connection can be used to control DVRs and monitor areas same as local spot.

(1) Shut the DVR power off.

(2) Connect the Ethernet cable to the DVR and hub or router.

(3) Turn the DVR power on.

To prevent damage to the DVR, turn the power on after connecting the Ethernet cable. The Ethernet cable should be securely connected. After powering on the

DVR, check the connection.

The following describes settings for Ethernet.

Refer to “User Manual” when using xDSL for detailed setup instructions.

The user manual can be downloaded from www.samsungcctv.com or found on the CD provided with the product.

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When using Ethernet

Set the type to Ethernet and fill in the IP address, Netmask, Gateway, and DNS information provided by your network administrator. Use Up/Down direction keys or the mouse wheel to select the items, and then setup with the appropriate values.

When using PPPoE

Change the network configuration type to xDSL then navigate to the xDSL menu.

Change the port from Ethernet. (IMPORTANT: You must remember the port.)

In the xDSL screen, input the login ID and password that you received when you registered for

PPPoE.

When using DDNS

Change the DDNS polling interval to more than 1 minute and enter the login ID and password for your DDNS server.

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