Alarm-Input. ERNITEC DigiOpG2 EDNS3000 Series

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DigiOpG2 Digital Video Recorder

6.9

Alarm-Input

This is the setting menu screen for alarm-activated recording.

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6.9.1.

Camera

Select an alarmed camera for the alarm.

Alarmed camera will be recorded when corresponding sensor is activated.

Note

Even if a camera is not set to record according to the schedule, it can be recorded by means of sensor-activated recording.

Note

Each camera belongs to one and only one group and can share the total frame per second of the group up to

25/PAL (or 30/NTSC). In case of alarm recording, the recording speed of alarmed camera is automatically increased to a possible maximum value. The value can be calculated as follows: If the number of alarmed cameras is

n

and the signal system is PAL, then the recording speed of alarmed camera is

[

25

( 4

n

)

×

1

]

/

n

. For example, if there is one alarmed camera, the channel will be recorded at the speed of 22 fps while other 3 channels will be recorded at the speed of 1 fps. Likewise, if there are two alarmed cameras, those channels will be recorded at the speed of 11 fps each while other two channels will be recorded at the speed of 1 fps.

The connecting channels of each group are as shown below.

Group 1=Channel number 1,5,9,13 / Group 2= Channel number 2,6,10,14

Group 3=Channel number 3,7,11,15 / Group 4= Channel number 4,8,12,16

Setting value will not be saved if the frame number setting exceeds 25 fps. The remaining frame number at the left bottom of the screen is displayed as [-] if the frame number setting exceeds 25 fps. In this case, error message appears, and frame number will not be saved even though [Save] button is pressed. Set the frame number so that the total frame number does not exceed 25 fps.

To set frame number by each group, check the remaining frame number after setting the frame number for each group, then press the [Save] button. The setting value will not be saved if there is wrong setting for any group.

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6.9.2.

Start & End

Select the sensor start and end time to set the sensor-operating schedule. Ranges for start and end time is identical to recording schedule for the camera. Hour display format is 24-hour basis, and default is “0~24”. For example, if setting schedule is 6~18, then sensor input operates from 6:00:00 to 17:59:59.

Note

Be cautious when setting the alarm schedule. If the sensor is inputted outside of time of the schedule, the system will ignore the activation of the sensor and take no action.

6.9.3.

Type

Select the sensor type between N/O(Normal Open) and N/C(Normal Close). Circuit of N/O type is usually open, and the activation of the sensor occurs at the time of close, and N/C type works the reverse way.

Note

Check the setting of the sensor type (N/O or N/C), if the sensor does not operate properly.

The alarm might not function if the actual connecting sensor type and the sensor type in the system setting are inconsistent.

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