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  • CHAPTER 1 PACKING DETAIL AND INSTALLATION
  • 1-1 PACKING
  • CHAPTER 2 PANEL LOCATION
  • 2-1 FRONT PANEL CONTROLS
  • 2-2 REAR PANEL CONNECTORS
  • CHAPTER 3 SPECIFICAITONS
  • CHAPTER 4 LIVE, PLAYBACK AND PTZ OPERATIONS
  • 4-1 LIVE MODE
  • 4-1.1 REMOTE CONTROLLER
  • 4-3 PTZ MODE
  • CHAPTER 5 MAIN MENU SETUP
  • 5-1 RECORD SETUP
  • 5-1.1 QUALITY & FRAME RATE SETUP
  • 5-2 EVENT SETUP
  • 5-2.1 MOTION SETUP
  • 5-2.1.1 MOTION AREA SETUP
  • 5-2.2 SENSOR SETUP
  • 5-3 SCHEDULE SETUP
  • 5-3.1 SCHEDULE RECORD SETUP
  • 5-3.2 HOLIDAY SETUP
  • 5-4 CAMERA SETUP
  • 5-5 ACCOUNT SETUP
  • 5-5.1 PERMISSION SETUP
  • 5-6 NETWORKING SETUP
  • 5-6.1 NETWORKING SETUP
  • 5-6.1.1 DHCP
  • 5-6.1.2 LAN
  • 5-6.1.3 ADSL
  • 5-6.2 HTTP SETUP
  • 5-6.3 DDNS SETUP
  • 5-6.4 MAIL SETUP
  • 5-6.5 MSN Setup
  • 5-7 PTZ & RS485 SETUP
  • 5-8 SYSTEM SETUP
  • 5-8.1 DISPLAY SETUP
  • 5-8.2 DATE/TIME SETUP
  • 5-8.2.1 CHANGE DATE & TIME
  • 5-8.2.2 TIME ZONE SETUP
  • 5-8.2.3 INTERNET TIME SETUP
  • 5-8.3 BUZZER & RELAY SETUP
  • 5-8.4 SPOT SETUP
  • 5-9 UTILITY SETUP
  • 5-10 DIAGNOSTIC
  • CHAPTER 6 BACKUP & SEARCH
  • 6-1 BACKUP SETUP
  • 6-2 SEARCH SETUP
  • 6-2.1 EVENT SEARCH
  • 6-2.1.1 CRITERIA SETUP FOR EVENT SEARCH
  • 6-2.2 TIME SEARCH
  • CHAPTER 7 NETWORK SURVEILLANCE
  • 7-1 IE SETUP
  • 7-2 AP SOFTWARE INSTALLATION AND SETUP
  • 7-3 AP SOFTWARE OPERATION
  • CHAPTER 8 MOBILE APPLICATION INSTALLATION AND USAGE
  • 8-1 MOBILE APPLICATION INSTALLATION & OPERATION FOR SYMBIAN SYSTEM
  • 8-1.1 MOBILE APPLICATION INSTALLATION
  • 8-1.2 MOBILE APPLICATION OPERATION
  • 8-1.2.1 ADD NEW LOGIN DVR
  • 8-1.2.2 LOGGING ONTO THE DVR
  • 8-1.2.3 MODIFY THE LOGIN INFORMATION OF DVR
  • 8-1.2.4 DELETE THE LOGIN INFORMATION OF DVR
  • 8-1.3 LIVE MONITORING OPERATION
  • 8-1.3.1 SCROLL THE IMAGE
  • 8-1.3.2 IMAGE QUALITY SETUP
  • 8-1.3.3 CHANNEL DISPLAY
  • 8-1.3.4 SIZE OF IMAGE
  • 8-1.3.5 ROTATE THE IMAGE
  • 8-1.3.6 ALARM
  • 8-2 MOBILE APPLICATION INSTALLATION & OPERATION FOR WINDOWS MOBILE SYSTEM
  • 8-2.1 MOBILE APPLICATION INSTALLATION
  • 8-2.2 MOBILE APPLICATION OPERATION
  • 8-2.3 OPERATION UNDER THE LIVE MONITORING
  • 8-2.3.1 OPERATION UNDER THE LIVE MONITORING FOR JRVIEWER
  • 8-2.3.2 OPERATION UNDER THE LIVE MONITORING FOR H.264 POCKET
  • CHAPTER 9 CMS INSTALLATION AND USAGE GUIDE
  • 9-1 CMS INSTALLATION
  • 9-2 CMS LOGIN AND ENVIRONMENT
  • 9-3 DVRS, GROUPS & EVENTS
  • 9-3.1 VIEW DVR/GROUP LIST
  • 9-3.2 VIEW EVENT LOGS
  • 9-4 LOCAL PC INFORMATION AND CONTROL
  • 9-5 MAIN DISPLAY
  • 9-5.1 AUDIO CONTROL
  • 9-5.2 eMAP DISPLAY
  • 9-5.3 PTZ CONTROL
  • 9-6 OPERATION BAR
  • 9-6.1 USER ADMINISTRATION
  • 9-6.2 DVR ADMINISTRATION
  • 9-6.3 GROUP ADMINISTRATION
  • 9-6.4 eMAP ADMINISTRATION
  • 9-6.5 REMOTE PLAY
  • 9-6.6 HDD PLAYBACK
  • 9-6.7 FILE PLAYBACK
  • 9-6.8 EVENT PLAYBACK
  • 9-6.9 SNAPSHOT DATA
  • 9-6.10 RECORDING DATA
  • APPENDIX I DB 26 DIFINITION
  • APPENDIX II HARD DISK AND DVD-RW INSTALLATION
  • II-1 HARD DISK INSTALLATION
  • II-2 DVD-RW INSTALLATION

H.

264 DVR User Manual

━ 4/8/16CH DVR ━

This document contains preliminary information and subject to change without notice. 1

WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE. NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a class digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his expense.

This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of unprotected “Dangerous voltage" within the product's enclosure that may be strong enough to cause a risk of electric shock.

This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.

Disposal of Old Electrical & Electronic Equipment (Applicable in the European Union and other European countries with separate collection systems)

This symbol on the product or on its packaging indicates that this product shall not be treated as household waste. Instead it shall be handed over to the applicable collection point for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment. By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will help prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human health, which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste handling of this product. The recycling of materials will help to conserve natural resources. For more detailed information about recycling of this product, please contact your local city office, your household waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased the product.

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CHAPTER 1 PACKING DETAIL AND INSTALLATION ………………….
1-1 Packing ………………………………………………………………………………...

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CHAPTER 2 PANEL LOCATION ……………………………………….......
2-1 Front Panel Controls ………………………………………………………………… 2-2 Rear Panel Connectors ……………………………………………………………… 2-2.1 4CH Rear Panel Connectors ………………………………………………… 2-2.2 8CH Rear Panel Connectors ………………………………………………… 2-2.3 16CH Rear Panel Connectors ……………………………………………….

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CHAPTER 3 SPECIFICATIONS ……………………………………………. CHAPTER 4 LIVE, PLAYBACK AND PTZ OPERATIONS …..................
4-1 Live Mode …………………………………………………………………………….. 4-1.1 Remote Controller …………………………………………………………….. 4-2 Playback Mode ……………………………………………………………………….. 4-3 PTZ Mode ……………………………………………………………………………..

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CHAPTER 5 MAIN MENU SETUP… ………………………………………
5-1 Record Setup …………………………………………………………………........... 5-1.1 Quality & Frame Rate Setup …………………………………………………. 5-2 Event Setup …………………………………………………………………………... 5-2.1 Motion Setup …………………………………………………………………... 5-2.1.1 Motion Area Setup …………………………………………………… 5-2.2 Sensor Setup ………………………………………………………………….. 5-3 Schedule Setup ………………………………………………………………........... 5-3.1 Schedule Record Setup ……………………………………………………… 5-3.2 Holiday Setup …………………………………………………………………. 5-4 Camera Setup ………………………………………………………………………... 5-5 Account Setup ………………………………………………………………………... 5-5.1 Permission Setup ……………………………………………………………… 5-6 Networking Setup ……………………………………………………………………. 5-6.1 Networking Setup ……………………………………………………………... 5-6.1.1 DHCP …………………………………………………………………. 5-6.1.2 LAN ……………………………………………………………………. 5-6.1.3 ADSL …………………………………………………………….......... 5-6.2 HTTP Setup ……………………………………………………………………. 5-6.3 DDNS Setup …………………………………………………………………… 5-6.4 Mail Setup ……………………………………………………………………… 5-6.5 MSN Setup …..…………………………………………………………………

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.. 49 49 49 49 49 50 50 51 51 51 52 52 52 53 53 53 4 ..3 Buzzer & Relay Setup ………………………………………………………… 5-8. 5-9 Utility Setup …………………………………………………………………………… 5-10 Diagnostic …………………………………………………………………………… 31 32 33 33 34 34 34 35 36 37 38 CHAPTER 6 BACKUP & SEARCH ………………………………………....1 Change Date & Time ………………………………………………… 5-8.. 7-1 IE Setup ……………….……… 8-1..1 Event Search ………………………………………………………………….6 Alarm ………………………………………………………………….1 Add New Login DVR ………………………………………………….. 6-2. 6-1 Backup Setup ………………………………………………………………………… 6-2 Search Setup …………………………………………………………………..3 Live Monitoring Operation …………………………………………………….2.. 5-8..3.3.. 39 39 40 41 42 43 CHAPTER 7 NETWORK SURVEILLANCE ………………………………. 5-8.. 8-1.. 5-8 System Setup ………………………………………………………………………… 5-8......2 Logging Onto the DVR ………………………………………………...2. 8-1 Mobile Application Installation and Operation for Symbian System…….... 8-1...2. 8-2 Mobile Application Installation and Operation for Windows Mobile System…..3 Channel Display……………………………………………………….....3 Internet Time Setup ………………………………………………….2..4 SPOT Setup ……………………………………………………………....3...……………………………………………………………… 7-2 AP Software Installation and Setup ………………………………………........2 Date/Time Setup ………………………………………………………………... 5-8...... 5-8.2 Mobile Application Operation ………………………………………………… 8-1...5 Rotate the Image …………………………………………………….5-7 PTZ & RS485 Setup …………………………………………………………………......... 8-1.....1 Scroll the Image ……………………………………………………… 8-1.3. 8-1..2.1.2. 8-1. 6-2... 8-1...... 8-1.1 Display Setup ………………………………………………………………….. 8-1.4 Delete the Login Information of DVR ……………………………….1 Criteria Setup For Event Search …………………………………….2.2 Time Search ……………………………………………………………. 8-1.1 Mobile Application Installation …………………………………………. 7-3 AP Software Operation ……………………………………………………………… 44 44 46 48 CHAPTER 8 MOBILE APPLICATION INSTALLATION AND USAGE…......3 Modify the Login Information of DVR ……………………………….2 Image Quality Setup …………………………………………...2 Time Zone Setup ……………………………………………………. 8-1. 6-2.3..4 Size of Image …………………………………………………...3.

.1 Operation Under The LIVE Monitoring For Jrviewer……………… 8-2.. 9-5...2 Operation Under The LIVE Monitoring For H264 Pocket…. 9-3 DVRs. APPENDIX II HARD DISK AND DVD-RW INSTALLATION …………….1 User Administration …………………………………………………………… 9-6. 73 74 74 76 5 . 9-6... 9-6.…………………………………………………………….1 Mobile Application Installation ……………………………………………….. 9-6.3 Operation Under The Live Monitoring…... 54 54 55 56 57 CHAPTER 9 CMS INSTALLATION AND USAGE GUIDE ………………. 9-3.1 View DVR╱Group List ………………………………………………………. 9-5 Main Display …………………………………………………………………………. 9-3...8-2.2 DVR Administration …………………………………………………………… 9-6.3.. 9-6 Operation Bar ………………………………………………………………………… 9-6... 58 58 60 60 61 61 62 63 63 64 64 65 66 66 67 67 68 69 70 70 72 72 APPENDIX I DB 26 DIFINITION …………………………………………….……………………………………………………….………………………………………………………………... 9-6.6 HDD Playback... 9-1 CMS Installation ……………………………………………………………………… 9-2 CMS Login and Environment ……………………………………………………….. Groups & Events ……………………………………………………………..3 PTZ Control …….………………………………………………………..2 View Event Logs ……. 9-5.2 eMAP Display ………………………………………………………………….....2 Mobile Application Operation ………………………………………………… 8-2.1 Audio Control ………………………………………………………………….5 Remote Play …………………………………………………………………. 9-6.3 Group Administration ………………………………………………………….……………………………………. 9-4 Local PC Information and Control …………………………………………………. 8-2. 9-6...9 Snapshot Data .………………………………………………………………... II-1 Hard Disk Installation ………………………………………………………………… II-2 DVR-RW Installation …………………………………………………………. 8-2.4 eMAP Administration ….10 Recording Data……………………………………………………………….7 File Playback ………………………………………………………………….……. 9-5..3....8 Event Playback………………………………………………………………… 9-6..

Batteries x 2 5. Power Cord 8. DB 26 Flat Cables (16CH only) 6 . User Manual 3.CHAPTER 1 PACKING DETAIL AND INSTALLATION 1-1 PACKING 1. HDD Screws x 8 9. Power Adapter 7. DVR 2. CD 6. IR Remote Control 4.

press to pause playback. In PLAYBACK mode. press to increase value. press to move cursor down. press to move cursor up. In PLAYBACK mode. POWER:Power is on. In LIVE mode. In SETUP mode. press to enter values. REC:Recording. In PLAYBACK mode. In PLAYBACK mode. Display the search menu. press to display menu. NET:Remote user logged in. press to display the BACKUP menu. press to play rewind. Start or stop recording. In LIVE mode.0 PORT Description Port for USB external devices. PLAY:Playing back. quad. 16-channel display in order.CHAPTER 2 PANEL LOCATION 2-1 FRONT PANEL CONTROLS ① ② ③ ④ ⑤ ⑥ ⑦ ⑧ ⑨ ⑩ ⑳ ⑲ ⑱ ⑰ ⑯ ⑮ ⑭ ⑬ ⑫ ⑪ Control Keys ① USB 2. Optional DVD-RW backup device. In LIVE mode. In SETUP mode. press to stop playing back. In SETUP mode. In SETUP mode. Input sensor for the remote control. press to reduce value. switch between full. In LIVE mode. In SETUP mode. 9-channel. HDD:Hard disk is in use. enlarge the display of a channel. Play back in normal speed. In SETUP mode. ② LED DISPLAY ③ ④ ⑤ ⑥ ⑦ ⑧ ⑨ ⑩ ⑪ / BACKUP PIP ZOOM AUTO SEQ. / SLOW / ESC MENU ⑫ ENTER/MODE ⑬ ⑭ ⑮ ▶ PLAY ⑯ ▌▌ PAUSE ⑰ ■ STOP ⑱ ● REC ⑲ IR SENSOR ⑳ DVD WRITER DOWN 7 . press to return to previous page. cycle through all channels in full screen. In PLAYBACK mode. In PLAYBACK mode press to play forwards. In LIVE or PLAYBACK mode. press to slow down. display with picture in picture format.

1 4CH REAR PANEL ① ② ③ ④ ⑤ ⑥ ⑪ ⑩ ⑨ ⑧ ③ ④ ⑦ ⑤ ⑥ 2-2.2-2 REAR PANEL CONNECTORS 2-2.2 8CH REAR PANEL ① ② ⑪ ⑩ ⑨ ⑧ ③ ⑦ ⑤ 2-2. Socket for a DC 12V input. External SATA hard disks port. 1:RS-485 A 2:RS-485 B 3:RELAY NO 4:RELAY COM 5:RELAY NC 6:ALARM IN GND 7:ALAMR IN CH1 Network port. 8:ALARM IN CH2 9:ALARM IN CH3 10:ALARM IN CH4 11:ALARM IN CH5 12:ALARM IN CH6 13:ALARM IN CH7 14:ALARM IN CH8 ⑦ FUNCTION ⑧ LAN ⑨ NTSC/PAL SWITCH ⑩ SPOT MONITOR ⑪ DC 12V ⑫ POWER ⑬ EXTERNAL I/O 8 .3 16CH REAR PANEL ①⑩ ② ⑨ ① VIDEO OUT ② VIDEO IN ③ AUDIO IN ④ AUDIO OUT ⑤ VGA ⑥ E-SATA ⑥ ⑧ ④ ⑬ ⑫ ⑪ BNC output port for the main monitor. VGA port. BNC port to display full screen image of all installed cameras in sequence. Power switch. BNC input ports for cameras. 4/8 in total. EXTERNAL I/O port for DB 26 flat cables. RCA output for audio signal. Switch between NTSC and PAL format. RCA input port for audio signal.

120fps (4CH) 400 fps (16CH). USB Touch Panel Standard remote control 1 RS-485.0 Remote External I/O Ethernet 6. 352 x 240 720 x 576. 100fps (4CH) 720 x 480 720 x 576 2Vp-p Composite. ALARM Sensor Input Motion Detection 5. 352 x 288 Lowest/ Low/ Normal/ High/ Highest Setup by “minute” as unit Manual∕Event (Motion. 720 x 240. 720 x 288. 4 ports (4CH) BNC 2 port;VGA 1 port (Option) RCA 4 CH RCA 1 CH USB memory stick. CONNECTIONS Video Input Video Output Audio Input Audio Output USB 2. Sensor)∕Schedule By resolution. 10/100 Mbps 16 (16CH). fps and quality Method 3. 240fps (8CH).0 Vp-p±10% Composite. ELECTRICAL Power Source DC 12V∕5A BNC 16 ports (16CH). USB Mouse. SATA DEVICE Capacity Type External Bay Interface 4. 16 (16CH)∕8 (8CH)∕4 (4CH) sensor input.CHAPTER 3 SPECIFICAITONS 1.264 Refer to table 3-1 720 x 480. RECORDING Compression Method Recording Speed Recording Resolution NTSC PAL Independent for each channel H. 75Ω Balanced 480 fps (16CH). 4 (4CH) Available per each camera/Multi-detection level Internal Storage External Storage 3 HDDs or 2 HDDs + 1DVD-RW 1 HDD SATA∕SATAⅡ compatible E-SATA Setup fps and quality separately for normal and event recording NTSC PAL NTSC PAL 1. 8 ports (8CH). 75Ω Balanced Quality Schedule Mode 9 . 200fps (8CH). 8 (8CH). 1 Relay Output 1 RJ45 connector. VIDEO Input Level Display Speed Display Resolution Monitor Output 2.

8CH 60fps∕4CH 60fps∕16CH. PHYSICAL Dimension Weight 9.7. 8CH 120fps∕4CH 120fps∕16CH. SEARCHING & PLAYBACK Searching Method 11. 8CH 30fps∕4CH 200fps∕16CH. ENVIRONMENTAL Operation Temperature Humidity 8. Audio 436 (W) x 390 (D) x 60 (H) mm 8kg 5℃ ~ + 40℃ Less than 90% NTSC 720 x 240 Recording Speed (Independent setting for each channel) PAL 720 x 480 352 x 288 720 x 288 720 x 576 Compression Method 10 . BACKUP USB Stick BACKUP DVD-RW Network 10.264 Pentaplex Embedded Linux Live、Record、Playback、Network、Data transfer Front Keys∕Remote Control Virtual Keyboard∕Mouse∕AP Software Direct viewing of DVR’s HDD on PC 9999 Web∕Client Software (CMS) Supporting multi-client (5 clients accessible) Event∕Time Video Data. OTHERS OS Multi Task Control Device PC Viewer Numbers of event list Table 3-1 352 x 240 240fps∕16CH. 8CH 50fps∕4CH 50fps∕16CH. 8CH 100fps∕4CH 100fps∕16CH. Audio Video Data. 8CH 25fps∕4CH H. Audio Video Data. MULTI-REMOTE SURVEILLANCE Monitoring Environment Max. client 12.

11 . Note:4CH will show quad display. This paragraph describes the IR remote control. listen to audio signal and have some related operations under LIVE mode. PLAYBACK AND PTZ OPERATIONS The IR remote control and mouse operate differently under each mode. 4-1 LIVE MODE You can monitor all the channels. 8 CH will show quad and 9-channel display. mouse operation and on screen graphical icons under LIVE mode. PLAYBACK and PTZ. this chapter describes the functions of them under three different modes: LIVE.CHAPTER 4 LIVE.

Start/Stop PTZ control. SLOW 9 7. Click on the channel name can switch to other channels. Display search menu. 3.1 Remote control functions under the LIVE mode 1 2 3 4⁄5 6⁄7 8 Button Name 1.4-1. PTZ zoom-in∕out. PIP 26. MEMU 15. all available channels will be cycled through in full screen.9. Turn on/off screen freeze function Turn on picture-in-picture format. Turn on∕off the screen display. Press this button to slow-down playback speed 4.2…7. PLAY 12. :Up :Down Direction and ENTER :Left buttons. ESC 19⁄20 21⁄22 23⁄24 25⁄26 16. 1. the remote control and the mouse. Display status. REC 2. PRESET 21.8. T-SRH LOCK 14 15 16 17 18 13. In AUTO mode. PTZ iris-open∕close. Start playing back the most recently recorded segment. Return to the previous mode. 11. +10 Select the channel to monitor in full screen from 1 to 16 Switch to Quad∕9∕13∕16 channel display Enable/Disable the keypad function on the front panel.1 REMOTE CONTROLLER Table 4-1. Z+∕Z17. PTZ 23. Activate PTZ pre-set tour. 10 11 12 13 9. TOUR 22. MODE 8. FREEZE 25. STATUS 6. :Right ENTER Display setup menu. Description Start/Stop recording. Enable/Disable double screen size display. IRIS +∕18. OSD 20. 10. BK-UP 5. F+∕19. AUTO 24. ZOOM 12 . Audio ◀◀ ▌▌ ■ ▶▶ Fast forward;Pause;Stop;Fast rewind Display backup menu. 14. PTZ focus-in∕out.

Table 4-1.2 Graphical icons that will display after right-clicking your mouse under LIVE mode. screen is frozen Lock is on PTZ control is on 13 .3 Description of on screen graphical icons in LIVE mode Icon Description Recording is on Audio is on Icon Description Remote user currently logging into DVR Timer recording is on Red:Timer is set and recording has been started White:Timer is set but recording has not yet been started Audio is off Motion detected on the channel Sensor triggered on the channel Video loss detected on the channel USB device detected DVD burner is detected Auto-Seq is on 2X 2X zoom in is on Pause is on. 8 CH will show quad display and 9-channel display. double the screen size Auto-Sequence LOCK. picture in picture ZOOM.Table 4-1. Full Screen Quad Display 9-Channel Display 13-Channel Display 16-Channel Display Main Menu Search Setup Backup PTZ Control Record On∕Off Playback Display Setup Pause Note:4CH will show quad display. Icon Setup Description Icon Description PIP. activate the key lock.

4X. The speed will be slowed to 1/2. Fast forward. quad. Stop playback Icon Description Playback channel by channel with snap shot display Full screen display Quad display 9-Channel display 16-Channel display / Note:4CH will show quad display. Fast rewind. 4X. 16X. 16X.2 The mouse operation under the PLAYBACK mode. Turn on∕off PAUSE. the graphical icon will show up on the upper center of the screen and the operation panel (see below picture) will show up at right lower corner of the screen.4-2 PLAYBACK MODE Switch to PLAYBACK mode by pressing “PLAY” under the LIVE mode. Current playback speed is shown in the upper center of the screen. Slow playback 「▼/■」. 8X. 14 . Each press increases the speed to the next level. 8X. 1/4. There are six speeds: 2x. 9-channel or 16-channel display. ▲∕SLOW ▶▶∕▶ ◀◀∕◀ ▼∕■ Table 4-2. Icon Description 「◀◀/◀」Fast rewind 「▶▶/▶」Fast forward Play/Pause 「▲/SLOW」. 8 CH will show quad display and 9-channel display. 1/16 by each pressing of the button till the slowest limitation of 1/16 of the normal speed. There are six speeds: 2x. 32X and 64X. Each press increases the speed to the next level. 32X and 64X. 1/8. Stop playback. Table 4-2. You can drag the panel by mouse to place it on any location of your screen. Play back at normal speed.1 Remote control functions under the PLAYBACK mode Button ENTER∕MODE MENU∕▌▌ PLAY Description Switch to full screen. Play back at slower speed.

Press “PRESET” key first then two-digit number. Set current PTZ location as the end of line-scan 15 . PTZ iris-open. Description Setup the Preset location. DVR will set the current PTZ location at entered preset number. PTZ focus-in. PTZ focus-out. PTZ zoom-in.1 Remote Control functions under the PTZ mode Button ▲/SLOW ▼/■ ◀◀/◀ ▶▶/▶ ZOOM + ZOOM FOCUS + FOCUS IRIS + IRIS TOUR PRESET+ NUMBER PLAY+ NUMBER PIP AUTO ZOOM Move PTZ up. Activate PTZ pre-set tour. Move PTZ to the left. PTZ will go to the correspondent preset number location. The PTZ icon will appear on upper left of the screen but it can be re-located on any place of your screen by dragging the mouse. Move PTZ to the right. Go to Preset location. Press “PLAY” key first then two-digit number. Move PTZ down. Table 4-3. PTZ zoom-out. Activate AUTO line-scan. PTZ iris-close. Set current PTZ location as the start of line-scan.4-3 PTZ MODE Switch to the PTZ mode by pressing “PTZ” button under the LIVE mode.

back to the LIVE mode. Activate line-scan. PTZ focus in. press to activate pre-set tour. 「FREEZE」. 16 . Set current PTZ location as the end of the line-scan. 「PIP」. 「TOUR」. PTZ zoom out. To move PTZ in 360°. 「AUTO」key + Number Key「5」 AUX 6. 「AUTO」key + Number Key「7」 AUX 8. PTZ zoom in.2 Mouse operation under the PTZ mode Icon Description Leave PTZ Mode. Customized function. PTZ IRIS close. PTZ focus out. Go to pre-set number N. Below functions need support from specific PTZ manufacturer. Set current PTZ location at pre-set number N. AUX 1. 「ZOOM」. (1~64). 「AUTO」key + Number Key「1」 AUX 2. PTZ IRIS open. 「AUTO」key + Number Key「6」 AUX 7. 「AUTO」key + Number Key「8」 「Backup」. Set current PTZ location as the start of the line-scan. 「AUTO」key + Number Key「2」 AUX 3.Table 4-3. 「AUTO」key + Number Key「4」 AUX 5. Please check user manual of your PTZ for more detail. 「AUTO」key + Number Key「3」 AUX 4. Pre-set number N.

Please check the “ACCOUNT SETUP” for related setup of other log-in users. It will enter the setup menu. if the password is verified.1 Definition of the virtual keyboard. The default password of the administrator is “123456”. / Switch between numbers and letters. Table 5-0. log-in account and user password are required. Item Description Switch between capital and small letters. Enter to identify the password. 17 . Press to cancel the setup. and re-choose the login account.CHAPTER 5 MAIN MENU SETUP To enter the main menu and set up DVR. Delete the last character.

Setup the quality and frame rate for each channel under normal recording and event recording type. and continue to record. Back to Upper level of menu without saving.2 The operation of remote control under the setting menu Item Description Switch to different options under the one item. The pre-recording time is approximate at 10 seconds (16 MB).Table 5-0. Enter the menu. Enable∕Disable Audio recording. or display virtual keyboard. Enable∕Disable normal recording Enable∕Disable recording while Motion is detected Enable∕Disable recording while Sensor is triggered Enable∕Disable pre-event recording while motion or sensor is triggered but not in the recording mode. 5-1 RECORD SETUP Item Description Select STOP to stop recording or OVERWRITE to reuse the HDD when HDD is full 「STOP」 :Stop Recording 「OVERWRITE」 :Start to overwrite that begin from the oldest data of HDD. MENU BK-UP∕ESC ENTER Save setup and back to LIVE mode. HDD FULL RECORD NORMAL RECORD MOTION RECORD SENSOR PRE ALARM RECORD AUDIO RECORD QUALITY & FRAME RATE SETUP 18 . Switch to different items.

Enter to set up motion detection. QUALITY FPS Description Choose record resolution from:CIF∕HD1 (2CIF)∕D1.5-1.1 QUALITY & FRAME RATE SETUP Note:4CH DVR will display 4 channels and 8CH DVR will display 8 channels. Item RESOLUTION RECORD TYPE NO. Check∕uncheck the box will enable∕disable recording of that channel. You can setup quality and FPS separately for record type. Drag the white bar or press to adjust value. 19 . Enter to set up sensor detection. Choose recording frame rate. 5-2 EVENT SETUP Item ALARM DURATION (SECONDS) MOTION SETUP SENSOR SETUP Description Set up alarm duration in seconds. Choose from Lowest∕Low∕Normal∕High∕Highest.

Drag the white bar or press to set up Sensitivity from value 1 to 15 for each channel. You can setup independently for each channel. Drag the white bar or press to set up Object Size from value 1 to 15 for each channel. 20 . When motion is detected in LIVE mode. The lower value you set the higher sensitivity it will be Enter to setup motion detection area MOTION POPUP 1~16 SELECTED CHANNEL TURN OBJECT SIZE SENSITIVITY MOTION AREA SETUP Note:4CH DVR will display 4 channels and 8CH DVR will display 8 channels. Check the box to Enable∕Disable motion detection for each channel. the motion will be detected easiest. the detected channel image will pop up in full screen display.1 MOTION SETUP Item MOTION DETECTION Description Check the box to Enable∕Disable Motion Detection for all channels.5-2. Check the box to Enable∕Disable popup screen function for all channels. The lower value you set the higher sensitivity it will be. Value set up as 1.

Press to save the setup and leave. Press to cancel the setup and leave. The default area is entire screen. Item LOCK∕ZOOM MUTE∕PIP STATUS ENTER MENU ESC Description Press LOCK∕ZOOM to select entire screen as detection area. Click and drag the cursor without lifting to mark your selected motion detection area. Press MUTE∕PIP to deselect entire screen as detection area. Switch between “SELECT” and “DESELECT” for cursor-dragging function.2 SENSOR SETUP 21 . 5-2.5-2.1. Press to function on the selected area with assigned status.1 MOTION AREA SETUP The motion area setup allows users to select multiple areas where camera should watch for motion detection.

Each page provides 10 schedules for setup. HIGH Polarity:Sensor has been triggered. 5-3 SCHEDULE SETUP Except from starting recording manually. 5 pages in total. the detected channel image will pop up in full screen display. motion detect. other than weekends. Enter to setup holiday. When Sensor is detected in LIVE mode. sensor will be turned on. and sensor detect recording type. When connected. SENSOR POPUP SENSOR POLARITY Note:4CH DVR will display 4 channels and 8CH DVR will display 8 channels. View Normal∕Motion∕Sensor Setup. and will not be turned on∕off. OFF:Sensor is deactivated. Item PAGE HOLIDAY SETUP VIEW EVENT SETUP Description Click or press ▼ to select Page. up to 50 days. you can also setup the recording time by weeks and schedule including normal. Check the box to Enable∕Disable popup screen function for all channels. sensor status will be turned off. Click or press ▼ to select between HIGH. 22 . LOW voltage for triggering sensor detection or OFF to turn off polarity for each channel LOW Polarity:Sensor has not been triggered. When connected.Item SENSOR DETECTION Description Check the box to Enable∕Disable sensor detection for all channels.

The setup menu will be displayed.1 SCHEDULE RECORD SETUP Click on the time on the left side. Time and Event.5-3. You can have detail setup by Dates.2 HOLIDAY SETUP Since holidays are different by different country and region. you can setup the holiday of your location accordingly. 23 . 5-3.

The default value is 128. The default value is 128. Drag the white bar or press to adjust Contrast of your camera from value 1 to 255. (This function doesn’t support at PAL system. The default value is 128. Note:4CH DVR will display 4 channels and 8CH DVR will display 8 channels.) Set up name of each channel Select to adjust Volume in live mode for CH1 to CH 4 under LIVE mode and recording mode.5-4 CAMERA SETUP Item 1~16 MASK BRIGHTNESS CONTRAST SATURATION Description You can setup independently for each channel. Drag the white bar or press to adjust Hue of your camera from value 1 to 255. The default value is 128. HUE NAME VOLUME 24 . Check the box to Enable∕Disable mask function for LIVE mode Drag the white bar or press to adjust Brightness of your camera from value 1 to 255. Drag the white bar or press to adjust Saturation of your camera from value 1 to 255.

remote control and mouse can’t function before entering verified password. Zoom in∕out.1:When logged out automatically. backup menu. Password can be set up to 8 characters mixed by letters and numbers with case-sensitive. Record…etc. Item Function Setting Key lock Key unlock Disable NO.5-5 ACCOUNT SETUP The Account Setup menu is used to provide role-based permission independently setting for each user (maximum of 4 users) to access DVR over network. PASSWORD PERMISSIONS CHANGE ADMIN PASSWORD Description Auto Logout ○ ○ X Key Lock ○ X X AUTO LOCK Check to activate the user’s account. Picture in picture.s. If you need to enter the Setup menu. 「X」: Disable the function 25 . Enter to change administrator’s password P. Enter to set up Permissions for each user. The default admin account is 「admin」and password is “123456”. you will have to operate in limited authority such as operations like: Freeze the screen.3: 「○」: Enable the function.s. Search menu. P.2:When the key lock automatically.s. user’s account and password are required. switch between channels…etc. P. Enter to set up password for each user.

There are up to 10 email addresses can be notified with different event options. Enter to enable∕disable Email notification and setup. Utility. 5-6 NETWORKING SETUP Item CONNECT TYPE HTTP SETUP DDNS SETUP MAIL SETUP Description Setup mode for network connection:DHCP、LAN、ADSL.5-5. 26 . Network operation. PTZ function. including access to Setup menu.1 PERMISSION SETUP The Account Setup is set to provide individual user (maximum of 4 users) role-based permissions. Playback. Enter to Enable∕Disable DDNS function and set up. Backup and Mask on specific channels while playing back. Enter to set up HTTP for remote access into DVR. Note:4CH DVR will display 4 channels and 8CH DVR will display 8 channels.

1 DHCP If the DHCP option is used for DVR network connection. 27 . pressing “PLAY” button to drive new settings for re-connection is required.1. LAN and ADSL accesses for network connection. If the settings are subsequently changed.1. Item IP ADDRESS SUBNET MASK GATEWAY DNS Description Enter IP address provided by ISP Enter IP address of Subnet Mask provided by ISP Enter IP address of Gate way provided by ISP Enter DNS address provided by ISP. 5-6.5-6. (Note:The correct DNS address must be entered for DDNS function). 5-6.1 NETWORKING SETUP The DVR supports DHCP. the following information is required. an IP address is assigned by the DHCP server automatically.2 LAN Select LAN for network connection.

Enter a valid port value from 1 up to 65000.1. The default value is 80. Users can remotely access into the DVR over the network if the HTTP function is activated.3 ADSL Select ADSL for network connection. 28 .2 HTTP SETUP Item ENABLE HTTP SERVER PORT Description Check to enable HTTP server. Item USER NAME PASSWORD Description Enter user name provided by ISP Enter password provided by ISP 5-6.5-6. the following information is required.

5-6.4 MAIL SETUP E-mail can be used as a form of notification when an event occurs (VLOSS. Enter user name.ORG、NO-IP.ORG、CUSTOM. Enter password.3 DDNS SETUP Item ENABLE DDNS DDNS SERVER SMTP SERVER USER NAME PASSWORD Description Check∕Uncheck to enable∕disable DDNS function. and SENSOR). Enter the registered SMTP Server: DYNDNS.5-6.COM Enter the registered SMTP Server. 29 . MOTION.

Enter to set up SMTP Serve name. 5-6. MSN account to be logged in. Enter to set up e-mail addresses for up to 10 receivers individually. Enter to select events to send out E-mail notifications when below circumstances happen:Motion. Account password to log into MSN. Enter to set up e-mail address of sender. MSN account to receive event notification messages. Enter to set up Password.Item ENABLE E-MAIL NOTIFICATION SMTP SERVER USER NAME PASSWORD SENDER E-MAIL E-MAIL ADDRESS TRIGGER EVENT Description Check the box to enable∕disable E-mal Notification function.5 MSN Setup MSN will send out a message when there is an event occurred. (VLoss. Item ENABLE MSN NOTIFICATION MSN ACCOUNT PASSWORD MSN RECEIVER Description Check∕Uncheck to enable∕disable MSN notification. Motion. 30 . Enter to set up User Name. Sensor and Vloss (Video Loss). Sensor).

The valid ID value is from 1 to Select Baud Rate for PTZ from 2400、4800、9600 Note:4CH DVR will display 4 channels and 8CH DVR will display 8 channels.5-7 PTZ & RS485 SETUP The DVR allows users to control PTZ functions of your camera. 31 . To enable PTZ function. LI-LIN. the 485 cable should be connected to the RS-485 port of DVR. Item ENABLE PTZ PROTOCOL PTZ ID BAUD RATE Description Click the box to Enable∕Disable PTZ function for each channel. Click or press 64. The supported protocol are PELCO-P. PELCO-D. KND. Set up the protocol of PTZ cam. to set up PTZ ID.

mode. Italian. when DVR is controlled by standard remote controller. Japanese. Chinese. Click or press ▼ to select OSD language from English. The location of DVR will be shown when users login from remote access. INTERVAL ( SECONDS) REMOTE ID DISPLAY SETUP DATE/TIME SETUP BUZZER & RELAY SETUP SPOT SETUP 32 .5-8 SYSTEM SETUP Item DVR NAME DVR LOCATION Description The name of DVR will be shown when users login from remote access. The default Remote ID is 0. French. Spanish. Russian or Polish. Greek. Click or press to setup duration time in seconds for the interval between channels under Auto-Seq. Enter to setup Display Enter to setup Date/Time Enter to setup Buzzer & Relay Enter to setup Spot LANGUAGE AUTO-SEQ. Portuguese. German.

1 DISPLAY SETUP Item OSD DVR STATUS DATE/TIME MESSAGE CHANNEL NAME BORDER SET Turn On∕Off OSD display Description Turn On∕Off DVR illustration and record status display Turn On∕Off date and time display Turn On∕Off message display Turn On∕Off channel name display Set up the color of border in LIVE1.5-8.2 DATE/TIME SETUP 33 . PLAYBACK mode.(black、dark grey、light grey、white) 5-8.

2. users can change your time zone and activate Daylight Saving Time function according to your DVR location. Item SELECT TIME ZONE DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME Description Enter to modify GMT from GMT.3 INTERNET TIME SETUP Synchronize your DVR time with internet time server.2 TIME ZONE SETUP In time zone setup. Setup automatic synchronization with internet server 5-8.Item HOUR FORMAT DATE FORMAT DATE/TIME POSITION CHANGE DATE & TIME TIME ZONE SETUP INTERNET TIME SETUP 12HOURS∕24HOURS Description MM-DD-YY∕DD-MM-YY∕YY-MM-DD Choose the position of Time and Date display Setup time and date of DVR Setup GMT and Daylight Saving Time.13 to GMT+ 13 Turn on∕off Daylight Saving Time 5-8.1 CHANGE DATE & TIME Users are allowed to setup date and time of DVR manually according to your local time.2. 34 .2. 5-8.

Enable∕Disable buzzer operation when the alarm is triggered for sensor. motion and Vloss (Video Loss).) or Normal Open (N.O. motion and Vloss. Description Set relay signal to be Normal Close (N.). Set up the duration from 1~999 seconds. Effective by this option selected. DVR will automatically synchronize the time upon rebooting or by every 24 hours after booting.3 BUZZER & RELAY SETUP Item KEY TONE RELAY SWITCH CONNECTION BUZZER DURATION ALARM BUZZER ALARM RELAY Enable∕Disable keystrokes. Effectively. Date and Time show on DVR will immediately correspond with those in internet server. UPDATE NOW 5-8. 35 . Enable∕Disable the signal to be sent to the RELAY OUT blocks when the alarm is triggered for sensor.Item AUTOMATIC SYNCHRONIZATION Description Check to enable DVR automatic synchronization function.C.

5-8. SPOT setup is for controlling the order of channels the system cycles through in SPOT mode.4 SPOT SETUP The DVR has two modes of video output. Whether to skip channels without video signal. SEQUENCE:Auto-sequence for all channels in order. the other is spot video output. one is main video output. Item Description Channels display in spot for three different modes: MANUAL:Select channels to display manually. User can monitor every channel in the SPOT mode. EVENT:Display channels with event occurred. The duration time in seconds for the interval between channels under SPOT mode. SPOT MODE INTERVAL (SECONDS) SKIP VIDEO LOSS CHANNEL 36 .

config” on your USB. Please stop recording before entering this menu. Copy configuration to a USB device. volume) of HDD that installed in DVR. HDD INITIALIZATION USB INITIALIZATION SYSTEM RECOVERY RESET SYSTEM EVENTS COPY SETUP TO USB DOWNLOAD SETUP FROM USB UPGRADE Notice!DO NOT TURN OFF POWER OR UNPLUG USB DEVICE DURING THE UPGRADE as it may cause incomplete firmware upgrade and damage to the DVR. Download configuration from a USB device into DVR. system will show all the data (model. Please stop recording and backup setup configuration before upgrading. HDD initialization is succeeded when the status shows “SUCCEED” Clean up all data on USB. Enter USB initialization and press YES to clean up all data on your USB. Enter the menu. Upgrade DVR through USB. 37 . Restore system default values Reset all the recording events in DVR. System will reboot automatically when the upgrade is completed. Check the HDD you’d like to initialize then press “START”. There will be a file named “sdvr.5-9 UTILITY SETUP Item Description Select to enter initialize hard disk menu. The initialization is done when it’s showed “SUCCEED”.

5-10 DIAGNOSTIC Item VERSION IP ADDRESS MAC ADDRESS HDD VOLUME HDD USED RATE Description The current firmware version of DVR The connected IP address of DVR. USING means the HDD is being used for recording now HDD STATUS GOOD/BAD means the HDD has a known/unknown format for the DVR. (Note: Please initialize your newly-installed HDD before using it. otherwise it can be recognized as BAD by DVR. Shows HDD status. MAC Address of DVR The capacity of HDD Percentage of space used on HDD.) The latest format time of HDD FORMAT TIME 38 . the screen will display “NETWORK DISCONNECT”. If disconnected from network.

exe” or “iCMS” Item FROM TO DEVICE FREE SPACE REFRESH CALCULATE START The start time of backup file The end time of backup file Description Select USB or DVD-RW as the backup device The available space in your backup device Recalculate the available space of backup device Calculate the size of backup file Start backup operation. either a DVD-R/W or storage device. 39 . To do so. like USB. must be connected to the DVR.CHAPTER 6 BACKUP & SEARCH 6-1 BACKUP SETUP User can backup any segment of recorded data in a specified time frame. Be sure to calculate the size of backup file BEFORE operating backup. The format of backup file is IRF file that can be played by “DVRemoteDesktop. Notice!Do not unplug the USB device or turn off the DVR during the backup process to avoid unrecoverable error.

6-2 SEARCH SETUP Item EVENT SEARCH TIME SEARCH Description Press to enter event search menu Press to enter time search menu 40 .

6-2.1 EVENT SEARCH

The DVR automatically records events with type, time and channel information included. If there is recording data for an event, the recording signal will be shown on the left side of time information. Rest your cursor under the line and press “ENTER”, or left click your mouse to playback the recording data.

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CRITERIA PAGE DATE/TIME

Description
Setup conditions of event search Convert pages of events Date/time when event occurred. Event type, defined as following VLOSS MOTION SENSOR Video Loss Motion Detected Sensor Detected user log-in over the network user log-out over the network System Rebooting System key are locked System key are unlocked HDD is FULL

EVENT TYPE

REMOTEIN REMOTEOUT POWER ON KEY LOCK KEY UNLOCK HDD FULL

CHANNEL

The channel where event occurred.

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6-2.1.1 CRITERIA SETUP FOR EVENT SEARCH
The amount of events can be numerous. Therefore, you can facilitate event sorting by setting up “CRITERIA”. Setup “START TIME” and “END TIME” for event search, then the search result will be limited to this specific period of time. Only checked events and channels will be sorted in event search as well.

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6-2.2 TIME SEARCH
TIME SEARCH can search for the specific time of recording data to playback. To specify a date, use ◀ or ▶ to move the cursor up and down, use ▲▼ or roll the mouse to change dates. Press “ENTER” or left click on the desired date to playback. Note that dates with recording data are marked with a red square “ □ “ System will start playing back according to the date you selected. Calendar will be shown by using mouse to click on “YEAR” and “MONTH”.

Click “DATE” to display recording time of that specific date with time bar. You can change time (hour∕minute∕second) or click on a specific time of time bar by mouse then press “YES”. DVR will playback the selected recording data.

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Other related setup about user account and password. Here you may choose to setup IE remote or download the AP software.CHAPTER 7 NETWORK SURVEILLANCE 7-1 IE SETUP Step One:Enter the IP address of DVR in IE browser. 44 . Step Two:Click OK when window prompts to install an ActiveX for IE remote. please check “5-5 ACCOUNT SETUP“. Default user name is admin and password is 123456. After Please enter the user name and password.

Username and Password.Step Three:Please enter information of login DVR: IP. Step Four:You’ve logged into the DVR 45 . Port. or choose “PLAY RECORDED FILE” to open backup files in your PC.

Please enter the user name and password.7-2 AP SOFTWARE INSTALLATION AND SETUP AP software:「DVR Remote Desktop」can allow you to remotely access and control the DVR from PC. Please setup your local IP. Step One:Enter the IP address of DVR in IE browser. Step Three:Click on the link to start downloading the AP software. Step Two:Below windows will be shown up. 46 . Other related setup about user account and password. Default user name is admin and password is 123456. Note:This IP is only for reference. please check “5-5 ACCOUNT SETUP“.

Start window will be shown up. Please enter information of login DVR: IP. Port. Step Five:If you choose to run the software. Step Six:You’ve logged into the DVR 47 . Username and Password. or choose “PLAY RECORDED FILE” to open backup files in your PC.Step Four:Run or Save our AP software.

enter the information of DVR “IP ADDRESS”.7-3 AP SOFTWARE OPERATION Open the file “DVRemoteDesktop. The default username and password is 「admin/ 123456」 The operation of AP software remains the same as local DVR. “PORT” “USERNAME” and “PASSWORD” and click “OK”. Reset channel name back to default.2 System Requirements for AP software CPU OS RAM OTHERS Intel Pentium 4 above Microsoft Windows Vista、Windows XP SP2 above 512M above DirectX 9.1 Toolbar of AP software FILE .RECORD TO LOCAL FILE . size italic.1 for detail information and Table 7-3. Table 7-3.2 for system requirements for AP software.DISABLE RESIZING∕F10 VIEW . Edit channel name of your DVR including font.PLAY RECORDED FILES FILE – EXIT∕ALT + F4 EDIT .HIDE CAPTION & MENU∕F9 VIEW . including LIVE and Playback. Table 7-3. it provides some exclusive functions for remote users. Please check Table 7-3.exe”.FULL SCREEN∕F11 HELP – ABOUT Record data to your PC. Switch it to full screen. Show information about software and information. furthermore. You should be able to login DVR successfully and start to use the software.0 above 48 .irf” Close the AP software. Play recorded files “.CHANNEL NAME∕F2 EDIT . Hide the Caption and Menu.RESET CHANNEL NAME VIEW . Disable resizing the window. and boldface of characters.

Step 2:Install the application software in your mobile device.2.0 above and Symbian.0/midp 2. alternatively. Step 1:The application can be downloaded directly from the manufacturer’s website to your mobile OR. otherwise. 8-1. account name and password. it can be transferred to your mobile device from the CD that packed with DVR through Bluetooth or USB cable. It might be installed automatically after downloading. Please confirm network function of DVR has been activated before mobile connection: Main menu Network Setup HTTP Setup Check the “ENABLE HTTP SERVER” 8-1 MOBILE APPLICATION INSTALLATION & OPERATION FOR SYMBIAN SYSTEM Mobile Device:Nokia.0 environment. Select “MENU” at the right lower corner of your mobile screen. System requirement: GPRS/3G must be provided from your telecom service.1 MOBILE APPLICATION INSTALLATION Please follow the steps cited below to perform the mobile device surveillance function. you need to enter the logging-in DVR information. enter the Program Files menu in your mobile device to run a file called “H.CHAPTER 8 MOBILE APPLICATION INSTALLATION AND USAGE You can remotely monitor all channels of DVR through your mobile device. select it from the downloading file for installation. Find “ADD” under the “MENU” then enter logging-in DVR’s IP address. Port number. Press “ADD” to save this information after entering. The required mobile application is from DVR manufacturer and it supports mobile OS for both Windows mobile 5. 49 . SonyEricsson…etc. 8-1.1 ADD NEW LOGIN DVR To log into the DVR. will show up.264 MIDlet”. Login Add Modify and Delete. Mobile device should be support GPRS/3G protocol and Java cldc1.2 MOBILE APPLICATION OPERATION After the installation. 4 commands. 8-1.

A confirmation message might show up for network charge before connection.2 LOGGING ONTO THE DVR Use the Login command to log onto a DVR and monitor live images. The dialogue is identical to that of the “ADD” command. they will be listed by name. It’ll be affected by networking environment and bandwidth flow.2. Network connectivity will take some time. If multiple DVRs have been added to the mobile application.2. you can select one to log onto. PS. The fee rate will depend on the telecom company and package fee you go with. The Live cannot be displayed in your mobile when the recording is off in local DVR. Live image will show up after a successful connection.3 MODIFY THE LOGIN INFORMATION OF DVR You can use the “MODIFY” command to change the login information of DVR. 8-1. 50 .8-1.

1 SCROLL THE IMAGE You can use the keypad on your mobile device to scroll the image if it’s oversized.3 LIVE MONITORING OPERATION This paragraph describes some operation under the LIVE monitoring mode in your mobile device. KEY 2 4 6 8 ACTION Scroll Up Scroll Left Scroll Right Scroll Down 51 .3. 8-1.2. Select the DVR on the name list then choose “DELETE” 8-1.4 DELETE THE LOGIN INFORMATION OF DVR “DELETE” command can be used to remove the DVR information if it is no longer useful.8-1.

The Live cannot be displayed in your mobile when the recording is off in local DVR. Select “SINGLE” under the “MENU”.3 CHANNEL DISPLAY You can choose single or quad channel display for live monitoring. You can select “SIZE” under the “MENU” to choose from “ORIGINAL” or “FIT SCREEN” to resize the display image.2 IMAGE QUALITY SETUP Select “QUALITY” under the “MENU” There will be 5 levels for your to choose: Low、Normal、Middle、High and Highest. Item ORIGINAL FIT SCREEN Description The image will be shown in original size. 8-1.3.3. PS. there will be all channels of your DVR in list for you to choose. 52 . 8-1.4 SIZE OF IMAGE The screen size of different mobile device can be really different.8-1. The image will be shown to fit the screen.3.

6 ALARM This application not only allows you to remotely monitor through mobile device but receive the alarm that has been triggered by events such as Motion Detected.3. Graphical icons below will be shown on the status: :Motion detected :Sensor triggered :Video loss Select the “ALARM” under the “MENU” to switch this function on or off. Select “ROTATE” under the “MENU” for this operation. System Requirement: Mobile device OS:Windows mobile system 5. 8-2 MOBILE APPLICATION INSTALLATION & OPERATION FOR WINDOWS MOBILE SYSTEM There are two kinds of applications for Window Mobile OS: JPEG compression and H. The one for H. 53 . Mobile device need to support internet: GPRS/3G/Wifi… etc. Sensor Triggered and Vloss.264 compression can transfer both audio and video signal to your mobile device. 8-1.0 above.5 ROTATE THE IMAGE The Live image can be displayed in normal or rotate to 90 degrees.8-1.3.264 compression.

it can be transferred to your mobile device from the CD that packed with DVR through Bluetooth or USB cable.2 MOBILE APPLICATION OPERATION After the installation.CAB” need to be installed in your mobile device. It might be installed automatically after downloading.. The application can be downloaded directly from the manufacturer’s website to your mobile or.. two folders named ”Jrviewer” and “H264Pocket” will be created. select it from the downloading file for installation. Step 1:The mobile application called “Jrviewer” and “H264Pocket. alternatively. enter the Program Files menu in your mobile device to run files named “Jrviewer” and “H264Pocket”. see below chart to further information. This application allows you to remotely logon and monitor DVR.8-2. Step 2:Install the application software “Jrviewer” and “H264Pocket. Press “OK” to bring up the operation menu. PDA.CAB” in your mobile device. 8-2. otherwise.1 MOBILE APPLICATION INSTALLATION Please follow the steps cited below to perform the mobile device surveillance function on your mobile device (mobile phone.etc). 54 .

resize the image. PS. press “VIEW” to bring up operation menu. Account user. You can choose the channel. then press “OK”.3 OPERATION UNDER THE LIVE MONITORING After successful logon the DVR. IP address. press “MODIFY”. and turn on/off the status bar. and press ”OK” to save change. Choose DVR and press ”DELETE” to delete the DVR info. Port.Item ADD Function Add login DVR Description Enter DVR’s name. The Live cannot be displayed in your mobile when the recoding is off. PS.etc. Network connectivity will be affected by networking environment and bandwidth flow. Choose DVR. The fee rate will depend on the telecom company and package fee you go with. LOGIN Logon DVR MODIFY DELETE Modify Login DVR Delete Login DVR The Operation of Jrviewer The Operation of H. full screen display…. choose the quality.264Pocket 8-2. 55 . Password then press “OK” Choose the DVR that you’d like to log on. alarm.

1 OPERATION UNDER THE LIVE MONITORING FOR JRVIEWER Item CHANNEL 1~16 SCREEN Function Display for CH 1~16 Size of image Description Choose from CH1~16 to display Original:image size as original Stretch:stretch the size as full screen Fit:resize the image to fit the screen Change the quality of image. QUALITY Quality STATUS BAR Status Bar Icon Description Motion Detect Sensor Trigger V-Loss ALARM Alarm Alarm through your mobile device can be triggered if there is event to be detected.8-2. You can also uncheck the “STATUS BAR” to inactivate this function. 56 . the slower data transfer rate. Please note the better quality. Graphical icons indicated below will be shown on the status bar if there is event such as motion detected. You can also uncheck the “ALARM” under the “VIEW” to inactivate this function. sensor triggered and video loss to be detected on any channel.3.

You can also uncheck the “STATUS BAR” to inactivate this function. CH1~4 can receive audio signal.3. Graphical icons indicated below will be shown on the status bar if there is event such as motion detected.8-2. STATUS BAR Status Bar Icon Description Motion Detect Sensor Trigger V-Loss ALARM Alarm Alarm through your mobile device can be triggered if there is event to be detected. sensor triggered and video loss to be detected on any channel.2 OPERATION UNDER THE LIVE MONITORING FOR H. You can also uncheck the “ALARM” under the “VIEW” to inactivate this function. You can choose one channel to display in full screen by check this function.264 POCKET Item CHANEEL 1~16 Function Display for CH 1~16 Description Choose from CH1~16 to display. FULL SCREEN Full screen display 57 .

Recording and image capturing require extra space for storage. Decompress and execute “SETUP. Select “BROWSE” to change installation path if needed. 58 . 2.EXE”. please select “DISK COST” then please select “NEXT” to the next step. To check available space on hard disk.CHAPTER 9 CMS INSTALLATION AND USAGE GUIDE 9-1 CMS INSTALLATION System Requirement: Intel Pentium 4 processor or equivalent. Microsoft Windows Vista、Windows XP、Windows 2003 Server. 512MB memory above. Installation: 1. it can be transferred to your PC from the CD that packed with DVR. Connect to the manufacturer’s website and download the CMS software. alternatively. OR. (500M requested for group DVR connection and 180M for single DVR) 20MB HD space. Select “NEXT” 4. 3.

Select “CLOSE” to finish installation when the “INSTALLATION COMPLETE” window shows. Select ‘‘NEXT” then the installation starts. 6.”CONFIRM INSTALLATION” window shows. 59 .5.

the following image shows on your screen: ③ ① ② ① DVRS. Information about local PC’s hard disk. After successful login. A set of 10 operations are provided by CMS. the administrator’s user name and password are entered.etc. 9-3 DVRS. GROUPS & EVENTS ② PC INFORMATION AND CONTROL ③ MAIN DISPLAY ④ DISPLAY MODES ⑤ OPERATION BAR ④ ⑤ Information about DVRs. See “9-3 DVRS. groups and events. View Logs 60 . See “9-6 OPERATION BAR” for detail.. Display modes supported by CMS.. See “9-5 MAIN DISPLAY” for detail. volume. recording. See “9-4 LOCAL PC INFORMATION AND CONTROL” for more detail.9-2 CMS LOGIN AND ENVIRONMENT To enter CMS. The defaults are ‘‘admin’’ and ‘‘123456’’. GROUPS & EVENTS Icon Description View list of logged in DVR/Group. Live image display area. G ROUPS & EVENTS” for detail.

Key Lock. Sensor. double left click on a connected DVR will show its image in the main display.1 VIEW DVR/GROUP LIST Single left click on ‘‘DVR’’ or ‘‘GROUP’’ will expand/collapse the entire DVRs and groups list. Others (Power Reset. On the DVR list. See “9-6. On the Group list. Left-clicking on a connected DVR will expand/collapse status of its all channels as below: Icon Description Video Loss Motion Detected Sensor Triggered 9-3. double left click on a group will show live image from the channels of the group in the main display.2 VIEW EVENT LOGS Under this page. all the events of a DVR can be expanded/collapsed in the order of Remote in/Remote out. Key Unlock. HD Full).9-3. 61 .2 DVR ADMINISTRATION” for further information.3 Group Administration” for further information. Video Loss. See “9-6. Motion.

SNAPSHOT Take snapshot to save in local PC storage. please see the chart below: Icon Function HDD INFO Description Shows the ratio of available space∕HDD size of the C:\ drive (where CMS is installed). VOLUME RECORDING Record live image to local PC storage. To view locally stored data.5 REMOTE PLAY” for detail. use “RECORD” under the operation bar. Also see “9-6.9-4 LOCAL PC INFORMATION AND CONTROL Located at the left lower corner of the screen. 62 .6 HDD PLAYBACK” for detail. PC volume or playback volume control bar. please go to ”SNAPSHOT” under the operation bar. To view all the snapshot you’ve taken. See “9-6.

9-5.1 AUDIO CONTROL In live mode. please note there can allow only one channel’s audio signal to be on at one time.9-5 MAIN DISPLAY The main display area is where the live image of DVR is shown. you can turn on/off the audio signal of CH1~CH4: 「 「 」 :Audio signal is On 」 :Audio signal is Off Turn on∕off by clicking on the graphical icon. You can drag to change the location of screen for each channel and turn on∕off audio signal with mouse-click. 63 .

9-5. otherwise. 9-5. the menu will show all the e-MAP titles that have been entitled to this channel. If the channel has been set up to use e-MAP. pressing will bring the e-MAP drag-down menu. Icon 8 DIRECTION KEY Description Rotate the PTZ ZOOM+:Zoom-in ZOOM-:Zoom-out 64 . Please check “9-6.3 PTZ CONTROL In the main display. right click on the channel will bring up PTZ control panel as below.4 eMAP ADMINISTRATION” for setup information. “NO eMAPS” will be shown.2 eMAP DISPLAY In Live mode.

Please see “9-6.9 SNAPSHOT DATA” Recording Data.6 HDD PLAYBACK” File Playback.10 RECORDING DATA” 65 . HDD Playback. Please see “9-6.9-6 OPERATION BAR 10 Operations to be listed as below: Table 9-6.5 REMOTE PLAY”. Please see “9-6. Please see “9-6. Please see “9-6. Please see “9-6. Please see “9-6.7 FILE PLAYBACK” Event Playback. Please see “9-6.4 eMAP ADMINISTRATION”.2 DVR ADMINISTRATION” Group Administration. Please see “9-6. Remote Playback.8 EVENT PLAYBACK” Snapshot Data.1 Description of 10 operations: Icon Description User Administration. Please see “9-6.3 GROUP ADMINISTRATION” eMap Administration.1 USER ADMINISTRATION” DVR Administration.

Icon Description Add a user account. DVR’s channel names can be entered here or downloaded from the DVR by pressing ‘‘FROM DVR’’. Select “OK” to save the setup. The administrator should assign proper authority to each user. The default is none of the authority is assigned.9-6. The default authority is with none permission.1 USER ADMINISTRATION Before the CMS can be used on a PC.2 DVR ADMINISTRATION DVR connections can be added to or deleted from the CMS and their information can be edited. 9-6. user accounts should be added with proper authority. he/she will not be able to operate the corresponding function on the Operation Bar. Each user should also be assigned a password and optionally a description. These user accounts can be deleted or edited later on. 66 . If a user does not have certain authority assigned. Delete a user account. Select “OK” to save the information.

To include all channels of a DVR. the background picture can be picked by the user and channels from multiple DVRs can be placed and dragged around on the picture. user can organize channels from different DVRs to be set in a group.4 eMAP ADMINISTRATION If geographical locations are relevant. You can ‘’SELECT’’ again to add other channels. Drag a channel from the lower left panel into the main display to a preferred location. Click “OK” to save the setup. 9-6. Select a display mode. but the un-saved channel locations will be lost. 5. Check the specific channels that you’d like them to be included in the group. Or. With eMap. 4.3 GROUP ADMINISTRATION A ‘‘GROUP’’ means a set of video channels from one or many DVRs. 67 . Click ‘’SELECT’’ which will bring up a new window. which means. Click “OK” to return to the previous window. just check the DVR. eMap can be used for the purpose.9-6. or if it is desired to use a picture as the background. 6. change the channel location in the main display by mouse dragging. Add a new group and set its name and description. Steps: 1. 3. 8. This function allows you to monitor and manager channels from multiple DVRs easily and flexible. 7. 2.

Steps to follow: and a path for the picture will be prompted.5 REMOTE PLAY Video images recorded on a DVR can be displayed on a remote CMS. double click on one to show its image on the right. Click 2. Click OK to save. Drag channels in the left lower corner onto the picture to any position. 1. 3. click OK and the picture will show in the right panel. After the recorded segments are listed below. Select a picture. 5. 68 . select a DVR and a display mode on top of the screen. right click the channel and click ‘‘REMOVE’’. To delete a channel already on the picture. With Remote Play function. 9-6. 4.

the left part of screen is recording data in list that’s separated by hour and the right part is main display. Fast forward. Fast rewind. Pause.6 HDD PLAYBACK You can directly play the recording data in the HDD that’s uninstalled from DVR by CMS. 9-6. You can change the display modes and play files fast forward or rewind.Icon Description Start playing. See the picture below. 69 .

8 EVENT PLAYBACK Event recordings on the DVR can be played back in CMS. 9-6.IRF files by “FILE PLAY” in CMS. Select a DVR and a display mode. Select a date. 3. Icon Description Start Playback.7 FILE PLAYBACK You can play the recorded . Stop playback. Pause. 2. forward or rewind the file and drag the time bar.9-6. Steps to follow: 1. Use buttons at the bottom to control the playback. Double click an event and play back the images on the right. It allows you to change the display mode. Fast forward. Fast rewind. 70 .

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Steps: 1. it will be played on the main display.10 RECORDING DATA It can play all the recording files you’ve recorded in line in “RECORDING DATA”.9-6. delete or save as other files here. 3. please drag the time bar to specify the recording time you’d like to play. You can review. 2. 9-6.9 SNAPSHOT DATA It can display all the snapshots you’ve taken in line in “SNAPSHOT DATA”. You can choose the display mode. 72 . You can play or delete them here. Choose the recording time at upper left corner. Time bar will be shown at right lower corner.

2. 11 12. GND GND Wire Color BLUE GREEN YELLOW ORANGE RED BROWN BLACK WHITE GRAY AMETHYST BLUE GREEN YELLOW No 14. 23. 15.9 allows extending IR receiver wire. 18. 73 . 20. 22. 13. 9. 7. 16. 24. Wire SENSOR 4 SENSOR 5 SENSOR 6 SENSOR 7 SENSOR 8 SENSOR 9 SENSOR 10 SENSOR 11 SENSOR 12 SENSOR 13 SENSOR 14 SENSOR 15 SENSOR 16 Color ORANGE RED BROWN BLACK WHITE GRAY AMETHYST BLUE GREEN YELLOW ORANGE RED BROWN RS 485_B RLY1_NO RS485_A RLY1_COM GND RLY1_NC GND GND SENSOR 1 SENSOR 2 SENSOR 3 Note: Pin Num. 5. 19. 10. 25. 26.APPENDIX I DB 26 DIFINITION First pin Read Line No 1. 21. 4. 8. 17. 3. 6.

APPENDIX II HARD DISK AND DVD-RW INSTALLATION II-1 HARD DISK INSTALLATION Step 1) Check the screws in the package for the screw hole. 74 . Step 2) Put the HDD on the HDD plate and screw it as indicated. Step 3) Screw the bottom of the DVR as indicated to fix the HDD.

75 .Step 4) Connect the power and the SATA cables as indicated.

II-2 DVD-RW INSTALLATION Step 1) Remove the front cover from DVR. Step 2) Put the DVD-RW into the DVR as indicated by the arrow. 76 . Step 3) Screw the bottom of the DVR as indicated to fix the DVD-RW.

Step 4) Connect the power and the SATA cables. 77 .

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