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TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Introduction .............................................................................................................. 5 1.1. Overview .................................................................................................................... 5 1.2. Summary of the Specification of MyDVR ................................................................... 6 1.3. Packing List ................................................................................................................ 7 2. Product Description ................................................................................................. 8 2-1. Front Panel ............................................................................................................... 8 2-2. Rear Panel Connectors ......................................................................................... 10 2-3. Remote Controller.................................................................................................. 12 2-4. Virtual Keypad for Mouse Control. ........................................................................... 13 3.INSTALLATION & CONNECTIONS ......................................................................... 14 3-1. Camera, Monitor, Microphone, Alarm sensor and Power cord.......................... 14 3-2. HDD Connection .................................................................................................... 15 3-3. PC system requirement for Network connection. ............................................... 16 4. QUICK START PAGE .............................................................................................. 17 5.LIVE VIEWING .......................................................................................................... 19 5-1. Display Overview ................................................................................................... 19 5-2. Multi screen Display & Sequencing & Screen Saver. ......................................... 20 5-3. Zooming .................................................................................................................. 21 5-4. Spot Monitor ........................................................................................................... 21 6. OPERATION ............................................................................................................ 22 6-1. Main Menu Overview ............................................................................................. 22 6-2. Display Option........................................................................................................ 23 6-3. Camera Setup ......................................................................................................... 25 6-4. Motion Recording .................................................................................................. 26 6-5. Basic Recording (Normal Recording) .................................................................. 28 6-6. Alarm Recording .................................................................................................... 30 6-7. Schedule Recording .............................................................................................. 34 6-8. Network Setup ........................................................................................................ 37 6-9. System Setup ......................................................................................................... 41 7.PAN/TILT ZOOM CONTROL .................................................................................... 48 7-1. P.T.Z .Menu .............................................................................................................. 48 7-2. Preset & Tour .......................................................................................................... 49 7-3. Custom Functions ................................................................................................. 49 8.SEARCH/ PLAYBACK.............................................................................................. 52 8-1.Time Search ............................................................................................................. 52

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8-2. Log List Search/Alarm, Motion Search ................................................................ 53 9.BACKUP ................................................................................................................... 54 9-1. Internal CD R/W ...................................................................................................... 54 9-2. External USB Memory Stick .................................................................................. 57

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CAUTION
THIS PRODUCT USES A LITHIUM BATTERY. RISK OF EXPLOSION IF THE BATTERY ON THE MAIN BOARD IS REPLACED BY AN INCORRECT TYPE. DISPOSE OF USED BATTERIES ACCORDING TO INSTRUCTIONS. THIS EQUIPMENT AND ALL COMMUNICATION WIRINGS ARE INTENDED FOR INDOOR USE. TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THE UNIT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.

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1. Introduction
1.1. Overview
Compact, Full Featured, Cost Effective! • • • • • • • • • Available in 4, 8, 16-ch Model MPEG-4 Compression Embedded Linux Triplex Function – Simultaneous Record / Playback / Network Built-in Backup Device : DVD R/W Multi-site / Enterprise Level Client Software No Cabling HDD Support Bandwidth Controllable Mouse Control Support

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1.2. Summary of the Specification of MyDVR
Specifications Video Input/ Loop Out Video Output Compression Live Display Resolution Alarm In/Out(Relay) Operating System System Control Live Display Speed Maximum Recording Speed Audio Record Features Display Camera Title Recording Mode Recording Method Recording Adjustments Motion Detection Per Channel Search Mode Playback Modes Multi-tasking Watchdog Watermark Back Up Interface HDD Network Remote Client Software/Triplex IR Remote General Power Operation Temperature Dimension / Weight DC 12V 0℃~40℃ 350(W)*180(D)*82(H)/3.5Kg Brightness, Contrast, Color Adjustments Per Channel 12 Characters per Channel Manual, Schedule, Alarm, Motion 5 Levels of Compression Rate / Record Frame Rate Adjustment NTSC PAL 1 IN, 4/1 4CH 4/0 8CH 8/0 Monitor, VGA, SPOT-OUT MPEG 4 NTSC 720*480, PAL 720*576 8/2 EMBEDDED LINUX Key buttons, IR Remote, Remote Client, Keypad 4/8/16 CH Real Time 30 fps 720*480 ,60 fps 720*240, 120 fps 360*240 25 fps 720*576 ,50 fps 720*288, 100 fps 360*288 1 Out 4 IN, 1 out 162 16CH 16 /0

Pre-Alarm: 3 sec/ Post-Alarm: 10 sec. ~300 sec. 4*4 Grids (SET)/ 28 x 24 (iCMS)/ 20 Sensitivity Levels

Date & Time, Camera , Alarm / Motion Forward & Reverse: Pause, Frame by Frame, Normal Speed, 2X, 4X, 8X, 16X Simultaneous Live Display/ Playback, Record or Back-up, Remote Transmission Power Failure Recovery: Auto Reboot w/ Maintaining Previous Record Settings Provided Internal DVD , USB Flash Memory Stick RS422, Ethernet(10/100 Base-T), USB 1.1 1 INTERNAL HDDS +, DVD RW LAN, WAN, Internet, Multi-Site Client Software (CMS), IE Control Upto 99 DVRs

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1.3. Packing List
Please check the package and contents for visible damage. If any components are damaged or missing, do not attempt to use the unit, contact the supplier immediately. If the unit must be returned, it must be shipped in the original packing box.

CONTENTS
DIGITAL VIDEO RECORDER Support CD

QUANTITY
1 UNIT 1

REMARK
Network Client, Utility Programs & Manual(s).

REMOTE CONTROLLER BATTERY (AAA size) POWER CORD Video In Octopus Cable

1 2 1 1 Except for 4ch

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2. Product Description 2-1. Front Panel
A C E

Built in DVD RW

B

D

F

G

A. Mode Indicator : 2 LEDs display the status of the Digital Video Recorder. Power (Green) and Recording (RED) B. Playback /Record control: These functions are defined by if it’s in Live Mode or Playback mode. 1) [Direction move the cursor. 2) date and channel icons. buzzer. ② Still or Playback: This button is used to still or 1 x playback during playback mode. 3) [Schedule/F step or FF] : ① Schedule : Press this button to make scheduled recording standby. You can toggle to start Schedule record or to stop. ② Forward step: This button is used to move forward field by field (picture by picture) during STILL mode ③ F.F. : This button is used to Fast Forwarding during PLAYBACK mode. 4) [Time Search/ Playback Stop] [Clear/Still or Playback]: ]: In Menu setup mode, used to

① Clear: This button is used to hide the On-Screen-Display information such as time, This button also removes any of the alert icons on the This button is also used to turn off the alarm corner of the screen (AL, VL and PL).

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① Time Search : This button accesses the time search menu. the playback of the selection. ② Stop: This button stops playback 5) [REC/ R step or FR]

Use the

directional buttons to select the date and the time. Press [Enter] button to start

① REC: Press this button to start recording. You can toggle to start record or stop. ② Reverse Step: This button is used to move reverse field by field during STILL mode. ③ Fast Rewind: This button is used to fast rewind during PLAYBACK mode. C. Menu Button: 1) Menu/ Cancel ① Menu: Press this button to display the MAIN MENU screen. ② Cancel: Press this button to exit menu without saving. 2) Enter/Display ① ENTER: Press this button to save menu settings ② Display : Press this button to display the cameras in multi-screen mode D. Channel / Numeric Buttons: These buttons have a number of functions to enter data and to make selections. They are used to enter numerical data when prompted for the password, to make channel/camera selection, to choose the day in schedule option. [-, +] : To Decrease settings , To Increase settings E. Remote control signal receiver: Do not block the receiver as the remote controller needs the line of sight to the receiver.

F. POWER button : Press this button to turn the power on; press again to turn the power off. . The POWER LED lights/goes off when the power is on/off. G. USB connection video files. : USB compliant port allows use of memory sticks to backup

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2-2. Rear Panel Connectors

4-Channel

8-Channel

16-Channel

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A. Camera Inputs: BNC input connectors B. Spot out connector C. Composite Monitor Output: BNC standard composite video output connector. D. AUDIO Input /Output connectors: RCA E. VGA out connector F. RJ-45 Ethernet Port(Lan): For connecting to remote PC via Ethernet network. G. RS-232C [D-SUB 9PIN] : Development purposes only. H. ALARM IN/OUT: For connecting alarm inputs) and alarm out relays. I. RS-422 : For connecting to PTZ camera. J. DC power Adaptor Socket

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2-3. Remote Controller
DVR ID TIME INFORMATION DISPLAY MODE ENTER ZOOM - BUTTON REWIND STOP PLAY RECORD NUMBERS & ALPHABET +BUTTON FAST FORWARD SCHEDULEREC ON/OFF STEP EXT. SEARCH LOG BACK PAN/TILT/ZOOM
CANCEL / OSD OFF

MENU

* <note> “Ext Search” is not supported by this model A. Alphabet input with Remote controller
No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1st Press A C E G I K M O 2nd Press B D F H J L N P 3rd Press 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 No 9 10/0 11 12 13 14 15 16 1st Q S U W Y . 2nd R T V X Z @ _ SPACE 3rd 9 10 11

<Insert characters from IR Remote Controller

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2-4. Virtual Keypad for Mouse Control.
This DVR can be controlled by Mouse. Connect a mouse via USB port before use. If you click right button of your mouse in Live mode and Playback mode, you will see following virtual Remote controllers respectively and Virtual Keypad will be shown to enter PASSWORD and Camera Name etc.

[LIVE]

[PLAYBACK]

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3.INSTALLATION & CONNECTIONS
3-1. Camera, Monitor, Microphone, Alarm sensor and Power cord

SENSOR
U SB

CAMERA#1

Up to 4 cameras

MIC

PC MONITOR

US B

US B

PAN/TILT CAMERA

MONITOR1

MONITOR2

<Example of 4CH >

* RS-422 Connection
1) TX + - : Connect to PTZ camera 2) RX + - : Connect to Junction box of Controller (DVR +-) .

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3-2. HDD Connection Please ensure that the HDD is firmly connected with the HDD Rack Bay.
<Jumper> 1) The jumper pin setting of the HDD must be set to Master. For HDD’s pin settings, please refer to your HDD’s manual. Firmly connect the HDD into the HDD Rack Bay. <IDE Connector> <Power 2) Turn over the HDD Rack bay and connect IDE first, then connect Power. check though the hole if the connection is correct

3)

Secure the hard drive by fastening

the screws included with the package. Tighten the screws from the bottom onto the hard drive. Make sure you use all two screws to mount the hard drive.

4)

Secure the Rack by fastening the

screws included with the package. Make sure you use all two screws to mount Set.

*

Do not replace the HDD while the unit is in Recording

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3-3. PC system requirement for Network connection.

A. B. C. D. E. F. G.

Pentium-4 2.0GHz or Higher 256MB RAM Windows 2000, ME, Windows XP 16MB Video Card Spare 10/100-BaseT Ethernet Port RJ-45 Network Cable CAT-5 UTP Cable for LAN (Crossover cable for direct connect to PC)

<Disclaimer> The connection and remote viewing of the DVR may not be successful on all PC’s due to the variety of PC’s internet connection settings. Please contact the technical support for further assistance.

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4. QUICK START PAGE

The Factory Default password for the unit is “000000”

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Time & Date Setting
When the DVR is powered on for the very first time, the time and date are set as default to January 1, 2006 Sunday 01:00:00. and the date on the DVR. Before any other operation of the Digital Video Recorder, Please refer to page 41 for setting the time it is important to setup the time and the date.

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5.LIVE VIEWING
5-1. Display Overview
Recording Mode Event Indicator

Camera No and Title

Status

A. (1) Indicate Alarm In terminal is triggered by an alarm sensor. To disappear, press [CANCEL] button. (2) Indicate Motion detected. To disappear, press [CANCEL] button. (3) Indicate Video Loss during Recording. To disappear, press [CANCEL] button. (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) B. (1) Indicate Built-in CD R/W is connected. It’s changed to blue color while it’s doing backup. (2) Indicate an USB Device is connected on Front panel. It’s changed to blue color while it’s doing backup. (3) Indicate the DVR is recording now. (4) Indicate Schedule Record mode is on. It’s changed to blue color when Schedule Record starts. (5) Indicate Audio Data is stored the selected time during playback and turn to blue color. (6) It shows Number of Client, which is connected to Network.(MAX:3) C. D. : Displays Year, Month, Date, Day and Time. : Show you the remaining recording time (hour/day) of the DVR.
And If remaining HDD capacity is less than 4GB, this blue “Recycling” icon will be shown up.

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5-2. Multi screen Display & Sequencing & Screen Saver.
A. Screen Display.
Select any camera for Full screen display by pressing the Number button of the desired camera.

B. Multi screen Display, Sequencing Display and Screen Saver.

Press [DISPLAY] buttons to activate the multiscreen display. It is changed the order as shown below among your choice of SPLIT MODE. While in 16-way screen display, press [DISPLAY] buttons for 1second to begin full screen sequencing. The sequence mode and dwell times are programmable. For detailed information about configuring those, see “Sequence Setup”. of Sequencing. If the sequence mode is not activated, it moves to Quad mode instead

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5-3. Zooming
During live view mode or playback, it is possible to zoom into a section of the screen to get a close-up view of the screen. A. To activate the digital zoom, select the full screen display of the camera you wish to zoom. B. Then press the [ZOOM] button on IR Remote controller. Zoom area box pops up, as shown below.

x2

x8

C. Move the box to the desired position using Direction [ ] buttons. D. Press [+] button to enlarge the image. Press [ - ] button to zoom out the image. E. Press [CANCEL] button to return normal mode. <Note> If the Zoom button is pressed while in a multiscreen display, zoom operation is not activated.

5-4. Spot Monitor
In addition to the Main Monitor, attaching a Spot Monitor enables user to monitor specific channels independently form the main monitor Press [Spot] button on the remote controller, then press number button you wish watch as full screen. Press [Spot] button twice to auto switch cameras. Sequence interval can be set from the Sequential Setup. When an alarm has been triggered, that specific channel will go into Full Screen.

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6. OPERATION
6-1. Main Menu Overview
When the DVR is powered on, Live Viewing screen will appear after initialization about 30sec. Press [MENU] button to access the main menu. An Admin Password Box will appear. Enter the password using Numeric buttons on IR remote controller or CH increase button on Front Panel. Default password is ‘000000’. Main Menu appears after proper password entered, shown as below.

<Note> Factory default Admin/user password is [000000]. It is recommended to change the “PASSWORD” when you install the DVR. Refer to [System Setup].
A. Use Direction buttons

[

]

to select the desired menu. Items selected in the

menu are represented in color.
B. Press [ENTER] button to select the menu and display Sub-Menu. Use Left/ Right buttons

[

] to select on TAP menu. Selected items changed into [ORANGE] color.

Selected

Not

* It is automatically saved changes when you move between TAP menus.
C.

Press [ENTE R] button to exit a menu with saving changes. Press [CANCEL] to exit a menu without changes.

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6-2. Display Option
A. Display Setup

1. Use Direction buttons [

] to select “DISPLAY” menu. Then, press [ENTER]

button to display “DISPLAY SETUP”. 2. Use Left/Right buttons [ ] to select on TAP menu ( ). Selected items changed [ORANGE] color.. 3. Use Down [ ] button to specify. 4. Use ITEM STATUS BAR CAMERA BORDER LINE BACKGROUND Select On-Screen-Display information for Camera Number and Title. Select Board Line between cameras. [BLACK [BLACK DARK GRAY DARK GRAY GRAY GRAY WHITE] WHITE BLUE ] Select Background color on NO VIDEO status. Select On-Screen-Display coordinates on Monitor. DISPLAY DEVICE - CCTV: Displays properly at CCTV Monitors - VGA : Displays properly at VGA Monitors. 5. Save changes and exit the menu, press [ENTER] button. Exit the menu without making changes, press [CANCEL] button. [-, +] button to change the values ADJUSTMENT Select “Show” or “Hide” below status bar on Main Monitor.

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B. Sequential Setup (Auto Sequence)

ITEM SEQ. INTERVAL SEQ. MODE FULL SCREEN

DEFAULT 5 Sec None ALL

ADJUSTMENT Specify the dwell time of each camera or Multi screen mode is displayed. Use [-, +] button : [1 second ~ 30 second] Select desired sequence mode to switching. Select the cameras to be included or excluded from the automatic sequencing.

C. Screen Saver

ITEM USE TIME WAIT

DEFAULT OFF 00:00~00:00

ADJUSTMENT if you want to use Screen Saver function, Mark it “ON” Set beginning time and ending time for Screen Saver function for a day After the assigned time later, The monitor will turned into screen saving mode if there is no operation or touch in front buttons.

5 Min

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6-3. Camera Setup
A. Use Direction buttons [ ] to select “CAMERA” menu. Then, press [ENTER]

button to display “CAMERA”. B. Use Left/Right buttons [ configure. other item. D. Use [-, +] button to change the value. ] or Number button to select the Camera you wish to ] to select

C. Use Down [ ] button to move specified menu and use Left/Right buttons [

ITEM

DEFAULT

ADJUSTMENT If the Covert Mode is “YES”. Selected camera is invisible from all live displays, playback and Network while continuing to record. Covert cameras are viewable after change into “NO” . The brightness of each camera can be adjusted by pressing [-,+] buttons. The contrast of each camera can be adjusted by pressing [-,+] buttons. The color of each camera can be adjusted by pressing [-,+] buttons. A combination of 12 digits and alphabets can be entered to label each camera. Press appropriate Numeric button to type camera title. It’s up to 12 characters. See Next chart. Select P/TZ camera model to control. Select appropriated channel for the PTZ camera. Camera ID means Camera address.

COVERT

No

BRIGHTNESS CONTRAST COLOR

50% 50% 50%

TITLE P/T/Z MODEL P/T/Z ID

Camera # None Camera No

E. Save changes and exit the menu, press [ENTER] button. Exit the menu without making changes, press [CANCEL] button.

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6-4. Motion Recording
A. Use Direction buttons [ to display “MOTION”. B. Use Left/Right buttons [ configure. ] or Number button to select the Camera you wish to ] to select ] to select “MOTION” menu. Then, press [ENTER] button

C. Use Down [ ] button to move specified menu and use Left/Right buttons [ other item. D. Use [-, +] button to change the value.

ITEM RECORD TIME CAMERA SECTION MOTION LEVEL [10SEC ~ 300SEC] Use Left/Right buttons [ you wish to configure.

ADJUSTMENT Determines the duration of recording when motion is detected.

] or Number button to select the Camera

Level 1: Low sensitivity~ Level 20: High sensitivity. Use this menu to setup Zones for the motion detection The screen shown below will overlay the current video image. It is divided into 16 Grid and selected by Number button on IR Remote. : Select All. : : Clear All. Motion detected zones will be changed to GREEN Color.

MOTION GRID Motion Detected

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Use <+> button to select Motion Grid at Front Panel . Running Man Icon will be activated. <+> button is used for selecting and cancel.

Use <-> button to escape from Grid Menu.

It is also possible to select smaller motion grids for more precise motion detection by using CMS.

E. Save changes and exit the menu, press [ENTER] button. Then go “RECORD” Menu. F. Select “ON” or “OFF” to Enable or Disable motion detection on a per camera, as shown below.

G.

Press the REC button, then Motion recording starts according to configured Recording Quality, Frame Rate when Motion detected. It will be back to stand-by mode after motion recording time is end. Camera does not record under normal conditions. <Note> Motion Duration will be extended if there is another motion detection while motion recording. <Note> There may be cases when the recorder’s built-in motion detection function does not operate properly due to the condition of the input video signal or other factors.< <Note> It is recommended selection of at least 3 motion blocks to get more accurate motion recording.

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6-5. Basic Recording (Normal Recording)
The DVR comes with a certain preset settings from the factory. Therefore once the DVR is installed, immediate recording is possible after pressing the record buttons. By default, audio alarm, motion recording are off.

A. Use Direction buttons [ ] to select “RECORD” menu. Then, press [ENTER] button to display “RECORD”. ] to select the Camera you wish to configure. B. Use Direction buttons [ C. Use [-, +] button to change the value.

ITEM USE QUALITY

ADJUSTMENT Enable or Disable Recording on a per camera. Specify the record picture quality for each camera. LOW MIDDLE HIGH SUPER ULTRA Select recording speed for each camera.

RATE

: Recording resolutions is changed to Frame, Field and CIF mode. <Refer to System > Select audio recording: ON or OFF. The audio data is always recorded in real time unlike the video data that can be recorded in various modes including real time. slight delay in synchronization of the audio to video There may be a

AUDIO

MOTION

Select Motion Recording ON or OFF. Camera does not record under normal conditions. It is discussed on Motion Recording Section.

<Note> Press [MENU] button on each Item at first line to apply all setting for the rest channel. D. Save changes and exit the menu, press [ENTER] button.

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E. Press [REC] button. Then, the red REC LED lights on the front panel and recording starts. F. To Record stop, press the “ STOP” button on IR remote or [REC] button again on Front Panel. <Note> Estimated Recording Time varies due to picture quality and capture rate and is updated every 10 seconds due to variation of picture size.

< Approximate File Size>
Quality 720*480 LOW MIDDLE HIGH SUPER ULTRA 6.5 9 13 19 30 NTSC 720*240 4 5.5 8 12 19 360*240 2.5 3.5 5 7.5 12 720*576 8 10.8 15.6 22.8 37 PAL 720*288 4.8 6.6 9.6 14.4 22.8 360*288 3 4.2 6 9 14.4 KB KB KB KB KB UNIT

* It is calculated by theoretical, therefore it may be different depends on Video Signals or other conditions in actual.

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6-6. Alarm Recording
Please verify the alarm record settings prior to starting alarm recording. Please note that alarm recording is independent of any recording modes. Alarm record starts after Alarm Record Enable.

A. Record Setup
1. Use Direction buttons [

] to select “ALARM” menu. Then, press [ENTER] ] to select on TAP menu ( ).

button to display “Alarm Record Setup”.
2. Use Left/Right buttons [ 3. Use Direction buttons [

] to select the Camera you wish to configure.

4. Use [-, +] button to change the value.

ITEM USE QUALITY RATE AUDIO INPUT

ADJUSTMENT Enable or Disable Alarm Recording on a per camera. Specify the record picture quality for each camera on Alarm Recording. ULTRA SUPER HIGH MIDDLE LOW Select recording rate of each camera when Alarm is triggered Select audio recording: ON or OFF. Specify the type of Alarm input Device.

<Note> Press [MENU] button on each Item at first line to apply all setting for the rest channel.
5. Save changes and exit the menu, press [ENTER] button.

Exit the menu without making changes, press [CANCEL] button.

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B. Alarm Setup

ITEM RECORD TIME been activated.

ADJUSTMENT Determines the duration of recording after the alarm signal has [10SEC ~ 300SEC] ALL: Start to record All Alarm “ON” channel if there is any Alarm

RECORD CAMERA

signal is triggered. 1:1: Start to record the channel, which Alarm is triggered. Select “ON” to use Motion detection like Alarm triggered

MOTION TO ALARM

- From the LOG, it will be listed as Motion. - The unit will not send E-mail ON: The buzzer Sounds if an alarm is triggered. The buzzer will sound for the duration of the RECORD TIME. This buzzer related with Alarm Out. Please configure Alarm Out “ON” for Alarm buzzer. OFF: Disables the ALARM BUZZER function. <Note> Press [-] button to stop the buzzer immediately. Stopping the buzzer does not stop the alarm recording. Configure which relay will be triggered when an alarm is activated per camera. Select from four available options: Video Loss, Motion, Alarm ALL, Each Alarm, System.

ALARM BUZZER

ALARM OUT1~2

<Note> If “System” is selected, the relay will be triggered when System has problems such as HDD FAIL. Press [Cancel] button to stop Alarm Out. It will be cleared by an order: Alarm>Motion> Video Loss

6. Save changes and exit the menu, press [ENTER] button. 7. Press [REC] button after setting RECORD ENABLE. Then, the red REC LED lights on the front panel and recording starts.

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C. Alarm Record Enable
Select the usage of the Alarm Record. Mode 1~4 means for Schedule recording Mode 1~4

Schedule <Example 1>

RECORD OFF OFF ON

Alarm ON

Normal Motion USE Normal

Resulting Actions Press the REC button, then Alarm recording starts according to configured Recording Quality (Super), Frame Rate (15F/S) and Audio when Alarm is triggered. It will be back to stand-by mode after Alarm recording duration time is end. Camera does not record under normal conditions.

<Example 2>

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RECORD Normal Motion ON OFF ON

Alarm USE Normal ON

Resulting Actions Press the REC button, then Normal recording starts with High picture quality at 3F/S without Audio. When Alarm is triggered on this channel, it changed to record with Super picture quality at 15F/S with Audio. It will be back to Normal Recording after Alarm recording duration time is end.

<Example 3>

RECORD Normal ON Motion ON ON

Alarm USE Normal ON

Resulting Actions Press the REC button, then Motion recording starts with High picture quality at 3F/S without Audio when Motion detected. When Alarm is triggered on this channel, it changed to record with Super picture quality at 15F/S with Audio. It will be back to stand-by for Alarm or Motion after Alarm recording duration time is end. Camera does not record under normal conditions.

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6-7. Schedule Recording
The schedule chart shows a graphical representation of the defined record mode: Mode1~4. However, the schedules are only displayed if a corresponding schedule has been configured in the schedule menu.

A. Use Direction buttons [ B. Use ( Left/Right buttons ).

] to select “SCHEDULE” menu. Then, press [ ] to select on TAP menu

[ENTER] button to display “Schedule Chart”.

C. Use Down button [ ] to select any Day you wish to configure.

It breaks down the days of the week in eight different categories: ALL, SUN, MON, TUE, WED, THU, FRI and SAT. ALL is for everyday of the week. Daily schedule has priority to ALL. D. Press [Enter] button you wish to configure. The detailed menu pops up for selected Day, as shown below.

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E. Enter the beginning and end time, then select Record mode to record. (1) BEGIN: The time of recording start. (2) END: The time of recording end. The ending time must not be before the starting time or the same as the starting time. It must be any time over the starting time. (3) MODE: Up to 4 different recording modes can be pre-determined for schedule recording. (MODE1 ~ MODE4) F. Define modes below.

* Refer to Basic Recording for set up <Note> The recording time is set by 24H(00:00 - 23:59). You need to set 2 days if the setting is over one day. D/W Monday Tuesday EX) D/W Monday BEGIN 18:00 END 08:59 MODE MODE 1 BEGIN 18:00 00:00 END 23:59 08:59 MODE MODE 1 MODE 1

The recording would not start when Ending time is ahead of Start time.

G. To activate the schedule recording after setting, press the SCHEDULE button. The SCHEDULE indicator illuminates. When a program covers the current time, the REC indicator illuminates and the unit begins recording. Please note that if there are no schedules configured, then the DVR will not record. H. When the scheduled recording time is over, the REC indicator goes off and recording stops. I. If you wish to stop recording while scheduled recording, press the SCHDULE button, then the SCHEDULE indicator goes off and the Schedule Recording Mode is released.

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Summary of combination
RECORD MODE Normal Motion Alarm Schedule Schedule Motion Normal and Alarm Motion and Alarm Schedule and Alarm CAMERA USE RECORD ON RECORD ON ALARM OFF SCHEDULE OFF SCHEDULE OFF RECORD & ALARM ON RECORD & ALARM ON ALARM & SCHEDULE OFF MENU

RECORD
MOTION OFF ON OFF OFF ON OFF ON OFF USE OFF OFF ON OFF OFF ON ON ON

ALARM

SCHEDULE

Normal Mode1~4 MODE 1~4 CAMERA USE OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON OFF OFF ON ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF ON ON

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6-8. Network Setup
The static service consists of an IP address that remains constant for the duration of the contract of the internet service, whereas the dynamic service consists of an IP address that frequently changes every time a new connection is made through the provided modem, or recurrently in a given period of time. Though most internet service providers offer both solutions, this manual will distinguish the two solutions according to the commonly available service type to configure the DVR for the networking purposes.

A. IP setup
1. Use Direction buttons [ button to display “Network”. 2. 3. 4. Use Down button [ ] to specify the detail. Use [-, +] button to change the value. Save changes and exit the menu, press [ENTER] button. Exit the menu without making changes, press [CANCEL] button. ] to select “NETWORK” menu. Then, press [ENTER]

ITEM

ADJUSTMENT STATIC IP: Edit IP address, Gateway and Netmask. DHCP: Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol. It is automatically set on from Local DHCP if there is Local DHCP server. It will not be selected if the DVR is not connected WAN. The host name will be unique to the DVR, and will be displayed something similar to L10020E.

CONFIG

IP ADDRESS NETMASK GATEWAY DNS SERVER PORT

Only use when STATIC IP, Edit IP address Only use when STATIC IP, Edit NETMASK address Only use when STATIC IP, Edit GATEWAY address Edit DNS SERVER address Select “0000 ~ 9999”

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The DVR’s connection port can be adjusted in case the default port 7000 is blocked. The DVR’s service port may be modified to allow the connection from CMS.

<Note> How to connect the DVR via Network to use DDNS 1. Select DHCP.

Dynamic IP

Router

DVR

DVR

2. Please check “Serial No” on System Menu. 3. Enter DNS name<ex: http://L10020E.dvrhost.com:7000> on Web browser or CMS.

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B.Email
The DVR is capable of sending e-mails when an event occurs to up to 5 different e-mail addresses: Alarm with image file, Video Loss, Power Loss (when power recovered), HDD Failure. ON

There are two types of sending e-mail method; Using “Unique” or “Public/ your own mail server”. ITEM OFF USE Default SMTP Server PORT AUTH SMTP ID ADJUSTMENT Select the e-mail notification on or off. The default is off. Select mail server: Default it is supporting by manufacture. : You do not need to setup SMTP server. Select mail server. SMTP then Setup below SMTP menu. Select Highlight SMTP Server and then press numeric buttons to define an e-mail server. Define the port that the SMTP server will communicate through. Select Authentication on or off. The default is off. Enter the user ID of Mail Server if your server needs Authentication. (It is recognized as a small letter, even it’s displayed as a Capital Letter) Password E-mail Address Enter the password, if your server needs Authentication. (It is recognized as a small letter, we do not support capital Letter) Enter a desired e-mail address to send the notifications to.

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C.DDNS

ITEM OFF : NO use of DDNS

ADJUSTMENT DEFAULT : use default “dvrhost.com” domain name.

USE

If your DVR’s host name(SYSTEM >INFO) is L50AD25, Your DVR’s DDNS address is http://L50AD25.dvrhost.com:portNO . DYNDNS : to use “Dyndns.com” domain.

Domain Name User ID Password Update Test

Enter your domain name if you use “Dyndns” or your own Domain. Enter user ID for DDNS. Enter user PW for DDNS Test your DDNS address.

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D. MISC.

ITEM BANDWIDTH PING BLOCK SCAN BLOCK

ADJUSTMENT “Unlimited” is set by default. Select “64 KBPS ~ 8 MBPS” No response for ping. Default by OFF No response for Auto Scan from CMS. Default by OFF

6-9. System Setup
A. General
1. Use Direction buttons [ button. 2. Use Left/Right buttons [ ] to select on TAP menu 3. Use Down button [ ] to specify the detail. 4. Use [-, +] button to change the value. 5. Save changes and exit the menu, press [ENTER] button. Exit the menu without making changes, press [CANCEL] button. ] to select “SYSTEM” menu. Then, press [ENTER]

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ITEM

ADJUSTMENT To select the DVR to be controlled with the remote controller, press and hold the DVR ID button. While holding the DVR ID button, press For example, enter 05 for DVR ID the appropriate DVR ID number.

SYSTEM ID

05, enter 43 for DVR ID 43, and such. Set the ID of IR controller on “00” to control DVRs at the same time, whatever DVR ID are. The DVR locks all the buttons after three minutes of inactivity like a Screensaver. The buttons can be unlocked with the user password. Default by “OFF”. By default, the DVR emits a beep every time a button is pressed. Set the key tone to off to turn button beep off. Default by “ON” Select Joystick Controller and Baud Rate. CIF : DVR records each camera individually and then multiplexes them. Each channel records at Field resolution: 360*240(360*288).

AUTO KEY LOCK KEY TONE KEYPAD MODEL

RESOLUTION

Field : DVR records each camera individually and then multiplexes them. Each channel records at Field resolution: 720*240(720*288). Frame: 720*480(720*576) Limit the whole Recording Duration (Privacy Law). If you set “12 hours”, DVR / Keep only recent 12 hours of recording. All recorded data before 12 hours will be erased automatically. ON: Reducing image flickering but less picture quality. OFF: Better picture quality for still image but having flicker for moving picture. If you tick “Normal Recording”, the unit will save the previous recording setup value after Rebooting. For example, you shutdown the DVR in this “Normal Recording” mode, the unit will be still in recording mode when you turn on the DVR. And if you choose “Schedule Rec”, the unit will be in schedule recording mode. if you choose “OFF”, The password window will not be shown except POWER/ SERVICE MENU/ RECORDING STOP/ SCHEDULE RECORDING STOP.

RECORD LIMIT

PB DEINTERLACE

RUN ON BOOT

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B. Time

ITEM

ADJUSTMENT If several DVRS are installed and connected via network, one of the DVRs or PC may be set as the master clock. This unit will control the date and time for all of the other units. ON: It is set as the Slave Clock. OFF(Default): Master Clock or The unit which does not use Time

TIME SYNC

Sync Function. Install “DVR TimeSynclnstller.exe “. It starts automatically. The DVR will communicate though “UDP4014 Port” with Window for TimeSync

TIME SERVER DATE & TIME

Enter the IP of Master clock DVR or PC when the unit is set as [ON] on Time Sync Menu. Enter the Date and Time.

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C. Account

Admin can define each user’s Authority. Select User 1~5 , then select Activate option on or off. When enabled, it will be possible to check individually under user settings: Monitoring, Playback, Back up, Network, Configuration (Main Menu Setup), Shutdown (Power off). Enter the 6 numbers for the new password, and then re-enter the same password under COMFIRM section. entered. The asterisks will advance automatically as the numbers are

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D. DISK

ITEM

ADJUSTMENT 1. Stop the DVR completely before the disk format. 2. Use [-, +] button to change select device.. Internal HDD, RACK-CD/RW or DVD RW, USB (Front), USB(Rear) 3. Use down button [ ] to move , then press [“+” or “ –“]

FORMAT

button to start formatting. 4. Formatting will begin, and the progress will be displayed at the bottom of the window. Please not that it takes 10~30 seconds for format a HDD. 5. When formatting is finished, it will display COMPLETE, and also SUCCESS at the bottom of the window. Select the record policy of the internal hard disk drive. By default, the hard disk drive will overwrite from the beginning when it becomes full.

INTERNAL HDD

REPEAT RECORD: It starts to overwrite HDD from the oldest file of Internal HDD when the Hard Disk is full. MANUAL: It stops recording after HDD is full. It stops automatically if HDD failure happens. It starts to “Monitoring” again after DVR reboot . (Use [-, +] button to stop or start)

DISK MONITOR

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E. UPDATE.

You can upgrade DVR with USB memory stick. Put latest firmware in USB memory stick and plug it into front USB port. Go Main Setup main and “System” menu and choose “START” in the “UPDATE” tap and then press “Enter“ button to start upgrade. Upgrade will take about 5 minutes and will show “SUCCESS” if it is completed. Press [Enter] to restart DVR. Please consult with your installer or seller before upgrade DVR. Note: Recording should be stopped before upgrading. BOARD VERSION FPGA VERSION BIOS VERSION LINUX VERSION APP VERSION Shows the Main PCB version of this unit. Shows the FPGA version of this unit. Shows the Bios version of this unit. Shows the Linux version of this unit. Shows the Application version of this unit.

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F. INFO

Press info button on IR remote to display the information. The other menu is blocked to move. This menu provides information such as listed below. CONDITION Display Channel Number and compression. Display hostname and Mac Address. Display the language of this unit. Shows the current IP and Port of this unit. Displays numbers of HDD and total HDD size . Displays what kind of device is installed into RACK : DVD or HDD Displays what kind of device is connected to the front USB connector. Shows the Primary HDD status. A : Master, B: N/A IDE BUS 0 <note> It will be displayed when the HDD support S.M.A.R.T function. Please change this HDD to NEW HDD in the case of “WARNING”. ** IDE BUS 1 “ERROR” means the HDD damaged physically. Shows the Secondary CD/DVD status. C : N/A D : CD/DVD <note> Internal CD burner is set on Slave by default

Indicator MODEL HOSTNAME. LANGUAGE NETWORK INTERNAL HDD RACK DEVICE USB (FRONT)

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7.PAN/TILT ZOOM CONTROL
7-1. P.T.Z .Menu
A. To activate the Pan/Tilt Control, select the full screen display of the camera you wish to control. B. Then press the [P/T/Z/FOCUS] button. Shortcut Menu box pops up, as shown below.

<Note > Please Refer to Help Menu for specific INDICATOR RESULTING ACTIONS Press this button to display “HELP” Menu. Press [ENTER] Button again, or [CANCEL] button to cancel Help Menu.

[ENTER] Button

Press this button to cancel [CANCEL] Button

“PAN/TITL” Operation.

PTZ camera control interface will be extended to use whole function. Press this button again to make short-cut menu.

[MENU] Button

To Tilt up and Down. To pan Right and Left. Zooming In and Out.

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The layout of the PTZ interface conforms to the layout of the front of the DVR or the remote controller. Menu button is the guide anchor position for all other buttons. interface mode, all buttons used for the PTZ related operation. ** Please Check below items before using PTZ Camera. 1. RS 232/485 Connection, camera Jumper Setting and etc 2. Set the PTZ Camera ID & MODEL NO at the Display menu When in PTZ

7-2. Preset & Tour
Button Function Set preset position; SPOT OUT on remote controller Move the PTZ into desired location. Press the Preset button. Custom 1 will illuminate. Set the # for the Preset location. Press Enter to save and exit. Go to preset position; INFO on remote controller Press Go to button. Enter the desired Preset # and press Enter. Start Auto Tour; BACKUP on remote controller Press Auto Tour Button. Press the + button and enter the range of Preset and press Enter. For Example, Auto Tour Button, +5 will start the tour of 1 ~ 5 presets of the PTZ Camera

7-3. Custom Functions
Button Function PTZ custom function 1; DISPLAY on remote controller PTZ custom function 2; ZOOM on remote controller PTZ custom function 3; P/T/Z on remote controller

Please refer to the PTZ manufacture’s instruction manual for proper jumper settings to match the protocols to the DVR.

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7-4. PTZ Camera Model - PAN/TILT/ZOOM Camera List
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ELMO, 34 35 PTC-200C/400C NICECAM, MP-1xxx C&B TECH, CNB36 PTZ102 o o o o o o o o o o o o o

<Note> Speed has 0~8 steps

1 (Slow) – 8 (Fast) * 0 – Keep Pressing the button to increase speed

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8.SEARCH/ PLAYBACK
8-1.Time Search
A. To start playback, press pops up, as shown below. [Time Search] button, Time search Calendar Menu

B.

Use

Left /Right button to change select Month on

.

<Note> It will not be changed if there are no stored data on previous/next month. <Note> The data are color-coded by category: Alarm(Red) > Motion(Green) > Normal C. Use Up/Down buttons [ ] to select “DAY” on Calendar. Selected data will be shown

as a graphical representation of the recorded video stored on the DVR. D. Select “Hour and Minutes“ or ”the camera” you wish to playback. Then press [ENTER] button.

<Note> Time : Mulitscreen Display Camera : Full screen Display

E. Press [ENTER] button to start playback.

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8-2. Log List Search/Alarm, Motion Search
The logs can be used to search and review directly to a point in time of the recorded data. Alarm, motion, video loss and system related logs can be searched and played back directly from the time of the incident.

A. To start Event Search, press pops up, as shown below.

[Log] button on IR Remote, then Log List Menu

MENU TAP ALL SYSTEM NETWORK ALARM MOTION VLOSS

CONDITION It has a list of all the events since the initial power on procedure of DVR It shows All Event except for Alarm, Motion, and Video Loss. It shows All Network List It shows All Alarm List. It shows Motion List. It shows Video Loss List. ] to desired “Time” to playback. Use Left/Right buttons

B. Use Up/Down buttons [ [ ] to move NEXT page.

C. Press [ENTER] button to start playback. <Note> Log list is saved on HDD. <Note> To save log output, please connect USB memory stick into USB port on Front or Rear. Then press Menu button on each category to backup Log data

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9.BACKUP
9-1. Internal CD R/W
For convenience, this has a built-in CD-RW where the backup can be made easily. Moreover, any backup CD can be read from the CD-RW for reviewing the backup data. A. Insert a blank Media into Built-in CD. <Note> Please note that CD-RW/DVD RW disks must be formatted before backup. Disk Format is discussed in System ->DISK Menu. B. Press [BACKUP] button on IR Remote and the backup menu will appear. Then enter the password when the password prompt appears.

C. Use [-, +] button to change select device: Rack-CD Rom. D. Please select the data for BACKUP. (1) NORMAL: Normal Recording Data (2) ALARM: Alarm Recording Data (3) MOTION: Motion Recording Data select the recorded data type to be included on the backup CD. The illustration to the left has selected ALL CAMERA, NORMAL, ALARM and MOTION data. E. Enter the numbers as required in 24-hour format, then move to F. Press [ENTER] button to start BACKUP. * CD indicator will be changed to BLUE Color that the backup is in session. .

RACK-DVD ROM

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The progress of the backup will be displayed at the bottom of the window in percentages of the entire backup process. be disappeared by pressing cancel button. please do not perform playback. G. When finished, the CD icon will changed to Grey color, and then eject the media. If there is not enough space on the media, the DVR will automatically eject the disk when it’s full, then will resume the process once a new media is inserted in to the drive. <Note> It is recommended to stop recording while you are Backup. Please note that the internal CD-RW The OSD will However, pressing Backup button again icon’s color will change to blue to signify that backup is in progress.

will show the Backup status. It is recommended while the DVR is in backup session,

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* The CD Playback software will simply “auto-run” and does not require the installation of software on you PC

Channel Select

FF/F

Watermar

Stop

Play

<Note> Please Refer to [LOCAL PLAYER] section to read Back-up Device. <Note2> When you back up as Muli-Section, Play List will be pop up instead of Auto Run.

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9-2. External USB Memory Stick
The external drive procedure is the same as using the internal CD-RW for backup.

9-3. Back up Range Setup
It is possible to set up backup range automatically on Time Search Menu[by Month, Date, Hour, Minute] Press [-] button to set backup Start time , press [+] button to set End. Selected time will be changed [Light Grey] Color.

Selected backup time from 15:05~15:15 will be displayed on Backup range.

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