Recorded Image Playback Mode. ERNITEC DigiOpG2 EDNS3000 Series

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DigiOpG2 Digital Video Recorder

4.3

Recorded Image Playback Mode

The user can select date and time to search for a certain file within the recorded image of the EDNS-3000 series.

4.3.1.

Recording Image Playback

To playback recorded image, press (@) button on the front panel or IR Remote Controller. Press the playback button and the latest recorded image will be playback.

Use the Jog /Shuttle on the front panel to playback recorded file easily.

Turn the Jog and the recorded file can be playback frame by frame backward and forward.

Turn the Shuttle and recorded image speed can be increased by 2, 4, 8, 16 or 32 times backward and forward.

4.3.2.

Search Date/Time

The User can search date and time to playback recorded image.

Press [Search] button on the front panel or IR Remote Controller and the following screen, showing calendar and time graph, will appear.

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Following the sequence below to search date and time:

1.

Select the date with recorded image by clicking the calendar with the arrow button. The date with recorded image will be indicated in white.

2.

Move the green arrow to date required before pressing the [Enter] button on the front panel or IR Remote

Controller.

3.

Next, move the green arrow (located on the time graph below the calendar) to the desired time.

4.

One hour is divided into 15 minutes increments. Move the green arrow to the desired time.

5.

Upon moving the green arrow, click the [Enter] button. The image for the corresponding time will be shown in pause state.

6.

Press the [Play] button to playback the recording image or use the Jog/ Shuttle to search the exact time.

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4.3.3.

Event Search

EDNS-3000 series uses the Event Log to document important events such as sensor activity, system On/Off, changes in settings. The Event search function is used conveniently to find an image corresponding to a particular event.

Note

In order to leave and search alarm history on the Event Log, turn on the [Alarm In] function on the setting menu.

Refer to “Setting->Alarm Input” for detailed instructions.

To check the event history, press the [Event] button on the front panel or IR Remote Controller. Press the button and the following Event Viewer will appear.

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Occurred date, time (hr: min: sec), (S: Standard D: DST) and signaled alarm will be indicated on the Event Viewer screen. Use the arrow button on the front panel or the IR Remote Controller to move to the recorded image corresponding with a particular event. The up and down arrow buttons are used to move the selection bar up and down. The left and right buttons are used to move page by page.

The following is the category as indicated on the Event Viewer.

1.

Alarm in Signal (for each channel) - Alarm is signaled on sensor [1] (Alarm (Sensor) Number)

2.

Enter P/T/Z Mode (for each channel) -Start P/T/Z on CH2 (Channel Number)

3.

Setup Menu Setting - Changed system settings

4.

System Start (Power on), Shutdown (Power off) - Starting system, Shutdown system

5.

System Upgrade - Upgraded to 1.0.4 (version)

6.

Change Resolution (Recording Image Size) - Image Size is changed to 640x288 (Resolution)

7.

Change Date and Time - Date or time is changed

8.

Log on Information or Authority (Connect by User or Admin) - Logged on with <User (or Admin)> privilege

9.

Change Network address - Network address is changed

10.

Go to Factory Default - Reset System Settings

11.

Log off Information - <User> had been logged off

Press [Enter] or [Play] button on the front panel or IR Remote Controller after selecting date and time to see recorded image for the time chosen. If there is no recorded image for the corresponding time, the image of the closest time will be playback.

Note

When the alarm does not activate and the alarm input is set properly, check the alarm wiring on the rear panel.

Then, check whether the sensor input status is functioning properly.

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