System-General. ERNITEC DigiOpG2 EDNS3000 Series

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DigiOpG2

6.1

System-General

Set general environment of the system.

Digital Video Recorder

6.1.1.

Image Size

Select the recording resolution. Resolution is the number of pixels for length and width, which are used to display one image.

Resolution displays the pixel number in (width)×(length), and the user can select one resolution among 352×240, 640×240, and 720×480. Default is 640×240.

The bigger the resolution number, the better the quality that is displayed. Resolution of 352×240 is VHS quality, and 720×480 with a high-resolution camera is DVD quality. Selecting appropriate resolution is important since higher quality images require more storage space, and shortens the recording period.

Note

Since the required storage space is proportional to the area of the image (width×length), 640×240 takes up approximately 1.8 times bigger space than 352×240, and 2.5~3 times bigger for 720×480. Therefore, the recording period decreases when selecting the high resolution.

Note

Even with the same resolution, total recording period can vary depending on characteristics such as recording quality, motion detection threshold and average motion of objects in the image, complexity of image, and video noise of the images. However, EDNS-3000 series controls the average size of images not to exceed the following maximum limit for each resolution in every occasion.

ƒ 352×240 : Normally 3~5KB, Max. Average 8KByte/image

ƒ 640×240 : Normally 5~10KB, Max. Average 13KByte/image

ƒ 720×480 : Normally 6~16KB, Max. Average 15KByte/image

If the average size exceeds the maximum, the system automatically reduces the recording quality to maintain below maximum. The issue of reduced total recording time due to increased size caused by nighttime camera noise, is therefore eliminated.

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6.1.2.

Page Sequence

Set sequencing period when automatic screen sequencing mode is selected in real time live mode. Page Sequence indicates switching over from selected screen to the next screen in fixed period of time. For example, Page Sequence is operated in 4split screen, the next screen (5-8 channel, 9-12 channel, 13-16 channel) is displayed after certain fixed period of time. This status can be on/off by pressing the [SEQ] button on the system front panel or IR remote controller. Possible setting range is

1~60 seconds, and the default is 3 seconds.

6.1.3.

IR Remote ID

Set IR remote controller ID. To operate the system easily using IR remote controller, IR remote controller ID should be set first.

The setting procedure of IR remote controller ID is shown below.

1.

Insert battery in IR remote controller. (AAA Size ×2)

2.

Press [SCR / CH] and [F/O/E] button on the IR remote controller at the same time.

3.

Check if the LED on IR remote controller is lighted.

4.

Press two-digit number (01~99) to set IR remote controller ID.

5.

Assign the identical ID number using front panel arrow keys on the system.

6.

Save the ID by pressing [Save] button on the screen.

Note

Setting the IR remote controller ID is necessary only once after purchasing the system.

Note

All systems manufactured in the factory have identical ID as initial value. Therefore, one IR remote controller can control several systems when using the initial value. To protect such circumstances, it is recommended to set different ID for each system. Since ID change on the IR remote controller is easy, it is convenient to operate several systems separately by changing the ID using one remote controller.

6.1.4.

P/T/Z Protocol

Set the protocol to control the P/T/Z controller connected to P/T/Z port on the back panel. P/T/Z controller is also called receiver or RX if it becomes separated from camera. Default is NONE, which indicates that the P/T/Z controller protocol is not set.

Protocol currently supported is shown below.

6

7

4

5

8

1

2

3

ERNITEC

Panasonic

Pelco P

Pelco D

Sensormatic

Smart Scan

VC_C4

Vicon

2400 baud rate

19200 baud rate

4800 baud rate

2400 baud rate

2400 baud rate

9600 baud rate

9600 baud rate

4800 baud rate no parity no parity no parity no parity no parity even parity no parity no parity

Set the controller address correctly for each channel after setting the protocol.

8bit

8bit

8bit

8bit

8bit

8bit

8bit

8bit

1 stop bit

1 stop bit

1 stop bit

1 stop bit

1 stop bit

1 stop bit

1 stop bit

1 stop bit

6.1.5.

Spot-Out Dwell

Set the switchover period of the Spot-Out channel to 1~60 seconds.

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6.1.6.

Save

Press the [Save] button when saving the setting value for each menu screen. Setting values won’t be saved when exiting the menu without pressing the [Save] button. Functions of [Save] buttons in each menu screen are identical.

6.1.7.

Restore

Previous values are restored to the values before the [Save] button is pressed. Press the [Restore] button to cancel the current setting values and to return to previous values. Functions of [Restore] buttons in each menu screen are identical.

6.1.8.

Cancel

Cancel the setting values in each menu screen. Functions of [Cancel] button in each menu screen are identical.

6.1.9.

Clear

Deletes the setting values inputted in each menu screen. It is used to delete the incorrectly typed password.

Functions of [Clear] buttons in each menu screen are identical.

6.1.10.

Default

Return to the initial value. Be cautious when pressing the [Default] button since all the setting values will be set to the initial value. Functions of [Default] button in each menu screen are identical.

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