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4 Channel Digital Video Recorder User Manual MODEL Q4DVR4RCM 4 Channel Digital Video Recorder Protect

4 Channel Digital Video Recorder

User Manual

MODEL Q4DVR4RCM

4 Channel Digital Video Recorder
4 Channel Digital Video Recorder

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Directory

1.DVR Features-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------2

2.Outlook---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------2

2.1 Front Panel-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------2

2.2 Rear Panel--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3

2.3 Remote Control--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3

3.DVR Installation-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3

3.1 Install Removable HDD Box-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3

3.2 Connect Cameras and Monitor-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4

3.3 Connect Power---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4

4.DVR System Boot---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------5

4.1 Detecting Installed Hard Disk---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------5

4.2 Recovering Lost Data------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------5

4.3 Restore Recording Process-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------5

4.4 Main Screen------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------5

5.DVR Setup-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------6

5.1 Main Menu-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------6

5.2 Camera Select--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------6

5.3 Record Select---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------6

5.4 Record Mode----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------6

5.5 Record Frame Rate---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------7

5.6 Record Video Quality--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------7

5.7 Record Schedule------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------7

5.8.Sub Menu-Auto Record-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------7 5.9.Sub Menu-Password Setup------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------7

5.10 Sub Menu-Password Change--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------7

5.11 Sub Menu-Picture setup--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------8

5.12 Sub Menu-Time Setup-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------8

5.13 Sub Menu-PTZ Setup------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------8

5.14 Hard Disk Setup------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------9

5.15 Alarm Setup-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------9

5.16 NTSC/PAL Output Select-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------10

5.17 Restore to Factory Default----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------11

6.Record---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------11

6.1 Start Recording-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------11

6.2 Stop Recording-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------11

6.3 Recording Length----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------11

7.Playback-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------12

8.USB Programming-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------12

8.1 Install------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------12

8.2 Program Interface----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------13

9.Specification------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------14

10.

10.1 System Connect Sketch Map ---------------------------------------------------------

10.2 Fittings Come Along With DVR------------------------------------------------------- Q-SEE Product Warranty----------------------------------------------------

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Appendix------------------------------------------------------------------------

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1

DVR Features
DVR Features

1.DVR Features

Channels - BNC Camera InputsDVR Features 1.DVR Features Channels - BNC Monitor/VCR Outputs NTSC / PAL Video Loss Alarm Motion

Channels - BNC Monitor/VCR OutputsDVR Features 1.DVR Features Channels - BNC Camera Inputs NTSC / PAL Video Loss Alarm Motion

NTSC / PAL- BNC Camera Inputs Channels - BNC Monitor/VCR Outputs Video Loss Alarm Motion Detection With Area

Video Loss AlarmCamera Inputs Channels - BNC Monitor/VCR Outputs NTSC / PAL Motion Detection With Area Setting PTZ

Motion Detection With Area Setting- BNC Monitor/VCR Outputs NTSC / PAL Video Loss Alarm PTZ Control With RS485 Port. Connect

PTZ Control With RS485 Port./ PAL Video Loss Alarm Motion Detection With Area Setting Connect PC With USB 2.0 Port

Connect PC With USB 2.0 PortDetection With Area Setting PTZ Control With RS485 Port. Sets NO/NC Sensor Input Alarm Output (2A

Sets NO/NC Sensor InputPTZ Control With RS485 Port. Connect PC With USB 2.0 Port Alarm Output (2A 28VDC /

Alarm Output (2A 28VDC / 2A 125 VAC)Port. Connect PC With USB 2.0 Port Sets NO/NC Sensor Input One ATA-100 Hard Disk Interface,

One ATA-100 Hard Disk Interface, Support Over 200G ByteSets NO/NC Sensor Input Alarm Output (2A 28VDC / 2A 125 VAC) Time Schedule record /

Time Schedule record / Sensor Triggered Record / Motion Triggered RecordVAC) One ATA-100 Hard Disk Interface, Support Over 200G Byte IR Remote Controller 4 2 4

IR Remote Controllerrecord / Sensor Triggered Record / Motion Triggered Record 4 2 4 1 Outlook 2.Outlook(Picture is

4

2

4

1

Outlook
Outlook

2.Outlook(Picture is for reference only)

2.1 Front Panel

UP PWR CH1 CH2 CH3 CH4 QUAD HDD MENU SEL PTZ ESC EDIT REW PAUSE
UP
PWR
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
QUAD
HDD
MENU
SEL
PTZ
ESC
EDIT
REW
PAUSE
PLAY
FWD
STOP
REC
DUWN
UP PWR CH1 CH2 CH3 CH4 QUAD HDD MENU SEL PTZ ESC EDIT REW PAUSE
UP
PWR
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
QUAD
HDD
MENU
SEL
PTZ
ESC
EDIT
REW
PAUSE
PLAY
FWD
STOP
REC
DUWN
1.HDD Tray Door
2.Power Indicator
3.HDD Run Indicator
4.Channel 1
5.Channel 2
6.Channel 3
7.Channel 4
8.Quad View
9.Move up
10.IR Window
17.Menu /Exit
18.Move Down
19.Select /Edit
11.Rewind
20.Vent
12.Pause
13.Play
14.Forward
21.Key Lock
22.Door Latch
23.HDD Tray Handle
15.Stop
24.Key
16.Record
25.PTZ Enable Button

2

2.2

Rear Panel

POWER CAUTION RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN CH1 CH2 CH3 CH4 1 2
POWER
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
1
2
3
4
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK.
DO NOT OPEN COVERS. NO USER SERVICEABLE
PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED
SERVICE PERSONNEL
WARING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD. DONOT
EXPOSE UNITS NOT SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED
FOR OUTDOOR USE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE
VIDEO INPUT
VIDEO OUTPUT
DC 12V
RS485
SENSOR
ALARM
1. Video Output
5. RS485/Sensor Input/Alarm Output

2. DC Power Switch

3. USB Port

4. Video Input

2.3 Remote Control

CH1: Select or enlarge CH1 CH2: Select or enlarge CH2 CH3: Select or enlarge CH3 CH4: Select or enlarge CH4 QUAD: Quad View

CH1 CH2 CH3 CH4 QUAD Z- F+ Z+ F- PTZ MENU UP SEL/EDIT DOWN DVR
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
QUAD
Z-
F+
Z+
F-
PTZ
MENU
UP
SEL/EDIT
DOWN
DVR

6. DC Power Input Jack

7. Case Ground Terminal

<< : Reverse Play

Jack 7. Case Ground Terminal << : Reverse Play > Play >> : Fast Forward Play
Jack 7. Case Ground Terminal << : Reverse Play > Play >> : Fast Forward Play
> Play >> : Fast Forward Play : Record || || : Pause
>
Play
>> : Fast Forward Play
:
Record
|| ||
:
Pause

Stop recording or playing PTZ : PTZ control Z- : Zoom out F+ : focus+ PTZ: PTZ control Z-: Zoom out F+: focus+

Z+: Zoom in F-: focus- MENU: Enter or exit setup menu SEL/EDIT: Change selection UP: Move up prompt DOWN: Move down prompt

DVR Installation
DVR Installation

3.DVR Installation

3.1 Install Removable HDD Box

3.DVR Installation 3.1 Install Removable HDD Box 1. Power Indicator 2. HDD Run Indicator 3. Key

1. Power Indicator

2. HDD Run Indicator

3. Key Lock

4. PVC Frame

3

5. Tray handle

6. Air Vent

7. HDD data cable

8. HDD power cable

Fig1 Slide the carrier body out of the cartridge frame (Fig1) CAUTION DON'T take out

Fig1

Fig1 Slide the carrier body out of the cartridge frame (Fig1) CAUTION DON'T take out HDD

Slide the carrier body out of the cartridge frame (Fig1)

CAUTION DON'T take out HDD when DVR running!

(Fig1) CAUTION DON'T take out HDD when DVR running! Fig2 A Fig3 B Key Lock Connect

Fig2

(Fig1) CAUTION DON'T take out HDD when DVR running! Fig2 A Fig3 B Key Lock Connect

A

Fig3
Fig3

B

Key Lock

Connect the HDD data cable and the power cable to

the HDD (Fig2)

Push the tray into the cartridge frame until fully inserted and handle pushed downward (Fig3). Lock tray in place and power up unit. A New HDD should always be formatted (see HARD DISK SETUP Menu).

A: Locked

B: Unlocked(Removeable)

Non-removable

3.2 Connect Cameras and Monitor

There are 4 camera inputs and 2 monitor outputs ( BNC connectors).

3.3 Connect Power

and 2 monitor outputs ( BNC connectors). 3.3 Connect Power Please use only the power adapter

Please use only the power adapter supplied with your DVR.

4

DVR System Boot
DVR System Boot

4.DVR System Boot

4.1 Detecting Installed Hard Disk

Checking HDD MASTER ExcelStor.Technolo SLAVE NONE Monitor Digital video Recoder Monitor UP DATA+ POWRE MENU
Checking
HDD
MASTER ExcelStor.Technolo
SLAVE NONE
Monitor
Digital video Recoder Monitor
UP
DATA+
POWRE
MENU
Dual
4
PAL
NTSC
DOWN
DATA

After connecting the power, system will boot-up and detect installed hard disk. On Monitor it will show Master and Slave hard-disk information.Please make reference to hard disk manual to configure hard disk sequence. (Master or Slave)

4.2 Recovering Lost Data

HDD: RECOVER HDD? 04811-10735 (SELECT)YES (MENU)NO Monitor Digital video Recoder Monitor UP DATA+ POWRE MENU
HDD: RECOVER HDD?
04811-10735
(SELECT)YES (MENU)NO
Monitor
Digital video Recoder Monitor
UP
DATA+
POWRE
MENU
Dual
4
PAL
NTSC
DOWN
DATA

Power interruption can cause data to be lost. System will ask: Recover HDD , Please press [ SEL/EDIT] to proceed if HDD contains video you wish to save. Press

[

to proceed if HDD contains video you wish to save. Press [ MENU](NO) for faster reboot
to proceed if HDD contains video you wish to save. Press [ MENU](NO) for faster reboot
to proceed if HDD contains video you wish to save. Press [ MENU](NO) for faster reboot
to proceed if HDD contains video you wish to save. Press [ MENU](NO) for faster reboot

MENU](NO) for faster reboot without saving

4.3 Restore Recording Process

POWER ERROR DETECTED RESTORE HARD DISK OK RESTORE RECORD MODE OK Monitor Digital video Recoder
POWER ERROR DETECTED
RESTORE HARD DISK OK
RESTORE RECORD
MODE
OK
Monitor
Digital video Recoder Monitor
UP
DATA+
POWRE
MENU
Dual
4
PAL
NTSC
DOWN
DATA

When power-error happen during recording process, system will automatically restore recording process after power Re-connected

4.4 Main Screen

Monitor Digital video Recoder Monitor UP DATA+ POWRE MENU Dual 4 PAL NTSC DOWN DATA
Monitor
Digital video Recoder Monitor
UP
DATA+
POWRE
MENU
Dual
4
PAL
NTSC
DOWN
DATA

Firstly, The DVR to start for system working.DVR will be sense of four cameras are shown on the Upper left: ratio of hard disk space Middle: channel name(CH1 Bottom right: date andtime show on there.DVR is waiting for key function,press[ MENU] into DVR setup process.

Bottom right : date andtime show on there.DVR is waiting for key function,press[ MENU] into DVR
Bottom right : date andtime show on there.DVR is waiting for key function,press[ MENU] into DVR

5

DVR Setup
DVR Setup

5.DVR Setup

5.1 Main Menu

Monitor Digital video Recoder Monitor UP DATA+ POWRE MENU Dual 4 PAL NTSC DOWN DATA
Monitor
Digital video Recoder Monitor
UP
DATA+
POWRE
MENU
Dual
4
PAL
NTSC
DOWN
DATA
UP DATA+ POWRE MENU Dual 4 PAL NTSC DOWN DATA Press[ MENU] to enter MAIN MENU,
UP DATA+ POWRE MENU Dual 4 PAL NTSC DOWN DATA Press[ MENU] to enter MAIN MENU,
UP DATA+ POWRE MENU Dual 4 PAL NTSC DOWN DATA Press[ MENU] to enter MAIN MENU,

Press[ MENU] to enter MAIN MENU, use [ UP] and

DOWN] to select item, press [ SEL/EDIT] to modify setting and [ MENU] to confirm and exit

[

to modify setting and [ MENU] to confirm and exit [ Menu Directory Camera Select Record
to modify setting and [ MENU] to confirm and exit [ Menu Directory Camera Select Record
to modify setting and [ MENU] to confirm and exit [ Menu Directory Camera Select Record
to modify setting and [ MENU] to confirm and exit [ Menu Directory Camera Select Record

Menu Directory

Camera Select Record Select Record Mode Record Frame Rate Video Quality Main Menu Record Schedule
Camera Select
Record Select
Record Mode
Record Frame Rate
Video Quality
Main Menu
Record Schedule
Sub Menu
Hard Disk Setup
Alarm Setup
Restore Factory Default

Auto Recode

Password Setup

Password Change

Picture Setup

Time Setup

PTZ Setup

5.2 Camera Select

8% OFF OFF 1 2 3 4 OFF OFF 2008/08/08 08:08:08 Monitor Digital video Recoder
8%
OFF
OFF
1
2
3
4
OFF
OFF
2008/08/08 08:08:08
Monitor
Digital video Recoder Monitor
UP
DATA+
POWRE
MENU
Dual
4
PAL
NTSC
DOWN
DATA

Your DVR can display 4 cameras on one screen (Quad Mode). You can configure which camera(s) to

SEL/EDIT] to change the setting or press

[

channel separately. If a channel is not used, the system

CH4] to set each

Press [ CH1] [
Press [
CH1]
[

CH2]

not used, the system CH4] to set each Press [ CH1] [ CH2] [ CH3] [

[

used, the system CH4] to set each Press [ CH1] [ CH2] [ CH3] [ will

CH3]

[
[
the system CH4] to set each Press [ CH1] [ CH2] [ CH3] [ will display
the system CH4] to set each Press [ CH1] [ CH2] [ CH3] [ will display

will display OFF on the monitor for that

5.3 Record Select

Configure which channel is allowed to record.

5.4 Record Mode

Each Mode

Compress and record each channel video separately, therefore, user can enlarge single channel video to full screen display. For example, user can turn off record function of CH~1 and CH~2 and then system only record CH3 and CH4

CH4] to switch channel to

Press[

only record CH3 and CH4 CH4] to switch channel to Press[ CH1], [ CH2], [ CH3],

CH1], [

record CH3 and CH4 CH4] to switch channel to Press[ CH1], [ CH2], [ CH3], [
record CH3 and CH4 CH4] to switch channel to Press[ CH1], [ CH2], [ CH3], [

CH2], [

CH3 and CH4 CH4] to switch channel to Press[ CH1], [ CH2], [ CH3], [ display

CH3], [

display when playback recorded Only in this mode, when system is in watching mode or recording mode,

QUAD] button over 3 seconds to make each channel video

enlarge to full screen and then display in quad mode in sequence again

press [

over 3 seconds to make each channel video enlarge to full screen and then display in

6

and again, DVR will not change its state until user press any

6

Quad Mode

Compress and record all 4 channel video into one file, therefore user

can not enlarge single channel to full screen. User can't use the each

single channel to full screen. User can't use the each If mode record in this mode.

If

mode record in this mode. Record frame rate will affect the movement of

object in recorded video. More frames means more smooth movement

and cost more hard disk space. System default value is 25 fps, that

means system will record 25 frame per second. User can set frame rate

as

25

12864321

frames per

second. User can set frame rate as 25 12864321 frames per AUDIO RECORD (in SUB MEMU)

AUDIO RECORD

can set frame rate as 25 12864321 frames per AUDIO RECORD (in SUB MEMU) is ON,

(in SUB MEMU) is ON, User can set frame rate as 25

RECORD (in SUB MEMU) is ON, User can set frame rate as 25 4 frame s
RECORD (in SUB MEMU) is ON, User can set frame rate as 25 4 frame s

4 frame s per second. (Please refer to 5.8 AUDIO RECORD .)

4 frame s per second. (Please refer to 5.8 AUDIO RECORD .) 12 8 5.5 Record

12

frame s per second. (Please refer to 5.8 AUDIO RECORD .) 12 8 5.5 Record Frame

8

s per second. (Please refer to 5.8 AUDIO RECORD .) 12 8 5.5 Record Frame Rate

5.5 Record Frame Rate

Record frame rate will affect the movement of object in recorded video.More frames

means more smooth movement and cost more hard disk space. System default value is

25 fps, that means system will record 25 frame per second. User can set frame rate as

25 12864321 frames per

If

User can set frame rate as 25 12864321 frames per If AUDIO RECORD (in SUB MEMU

AUDIO RECORD

set frame rate as 25 12864321 frames per If AUDIO RECORD (in SUB MEMU ) is

(in

SUB MEMU

) is

864 frames per second. (Please refer to

(in SUB MEMU ) is 864 frames per second. (Please refer to 5.6 Record Video Quality

5.6 Record Video Quality

ON

, User can set frame rate as

5.8 AUDIO RECORD

Quality ON , User can set frame rate as 5.8 AUDIO RECORD .) 25 12 There

.)

25

ON , User can set frame rate as 5.8 AUDIO RECORD .) 25 12 There are

12

ON , User can set frame rate as 5.8 AUDIO RECORD .) 25 12 There are

There are three different video quality settings:

High

25 12 There are three different video quality settings: High Normal and Low . The higher

Normal and Low.

The higher

the video quality is set, the more space is consumed on the hard disk.

Record frame rate, record quality, and hard disk size affects the total record time of

all DVR systems.

5.7 Record Schedule

User can setup video record method by time,sensor Triggered and Motion Triggered.

RECORD SCHEDULE +TTTTTTTATATTTTAATTTTTTTT+ 0 3 6 9 12 15 18 21 24 PRESS(UP.DOWN). THEN(SELECT) PRESS(MENU)
RECORD SCHEDULE
+TTTTTTTATATTTTAATTTTTTTT+
0 3
6
9
12
15
18
21
24
PRESS(UP.DOWN). THEN(SELECT)
PRESS(MENU) TO EXIT
Monitor
Digital video Recoder Monitor
UP
DATA+
POWRE
MENU
Dual
4
PAL
NTSC
DOWN
DATA
UP DATA+ POWRE MENU Dual 4 PAL NTSC DOWN DATA T A No Continue, (System Sensor

T

AUP DATA+ POWRE MENU Dual 4 PAL NTSC DOWN DATA T No Continue, (System Sensor Triggered

No

Continue, (System

Sensor Triggered or MotionDual 4 PAL NTSC DOWN DATA T A No Continue, (System Cooperate with many kinds of

Cooperate with many kinds of external sensor equipment like PIR, Gas sensor. DVR will not record video until external

sensor was triggered and output signal to notify DVR during this specified period of Button function:

[ UP] [ DOWN]:move the

specified period of Button function: [ UP] [ DOWN]:move the 5.8 Sub Menu-Auto Record When you
specified period of Button function: [ UP] [ DOWN]:move the 5.8 Sub Menu-Auto Record When you

5.8 Sub Menu-Auto Record

function: [ UP] [ DOWN]:move the 5.8 Sub Menu-Auto Record When you choose ON DVR will
function: [ UP] [ DOWN]:move the 5.8 Sub Menu-Auto Record When you choose ON DVR will

When you choose ON DVR will be active to record automatically if DVR has not been operated in five minutes. When you choose OFF DVR will not record until you press [ RECORD] button.

OFF DVR will not record until you press [ RECORD] button. 5.9 Sub Menu-Password Setup When
OFF DVR will not record until you press [ RECORD] button. 5.9 Sub Menu-Password Setup When
OFF DVR will not record until you press [ RECORD] button. 5.9 Sub Menu-Password Setup When

5.9 Sub Menu-Password Setup

When password set is

button. 5.9 Sub Menu-Password Setup When password set is ON , Stop recording or enter menu

ON

, Stop recording or enter menu will need Password, Ifbutton. 5.9 Sub Menu-Password Setup When password set is ON password set is OFF , All

password set is

or enter menu will need Password, If password set is OFF , All password will be

OFF

or enter menu will need Password, If password set is OFF , All password will be

, All password will be cancelled.

5.10 Sub Menu-Password Change

System default password: Press six times of [

All password will be cancelled. 5.10 Sub Menu-Password Change System default password: Press six times of

CH1] button

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Monitor Digital video Recoder Monitor UP DATA+ POWRE MENU Dual 4 PAL NTSC DOWN DATA
Monitor
Digital video Recoder Monitor
UP
DATA+
POWRE
MENU
Dual
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DOWN
DATA
UP DATA+ POWRE MENU Dual 4 PAL NTSC DOWN DATA All keys can be used as
UP DATA+ POWRE MENU Dual 4 PAL NTSC DOWN DATA All keys can be used as

All keys can be used as password key except [ MENU] key, which is used for confirming and exit

5.11 Sub Menu-Picture Setup

> SATURATION 60 > SATURATION 60 CONTRAST 80 CONTRAST 80 BRIGHTNESS 50 BRIGHTNESS 50 >
>
SATURATION
60
> SATURATION
60
CONTRAST
80
CONTRAST
80
BRIGHTNESS
50
BRIGHTNESS
50
>
SATURATION
60
> SATURATION
60
CONTRAST
80
CONTRAST
80
BRIGHTNESS
50
BRIGHTNESS
50
Monitor
Digital video Recoder Monitor
UP
DATA+
POWRE
MENU
Dual
4
PAL
NTSC
DOWN
DATA

HUEUP DATA+ POWRE MENU Dual 4 PAL NTSC DOWN DATA : 0-99 SATURATION 0-99 CONTRAST 0-99

UP DATA+ POWRE MENU Dual 4 PAL NTSC DOWN DATA HUE : 0-99 SATURATION 0-99 CONTRAST

: 0-99

SATURATION 0-99

CONTRAST 0-99Dual 4 PAL NTSC DOWN DATA HUE : 0-99 SATURATION 0-99 BRIGHTNESS 0-99 Button function: [

BRIGHTNESS 0-99

Button function:

[

[ UP][ DOWN]: move the prompt

UP][

[ UP][ DOWN]: move the prompt

DOWN]: move the prompt

[

[ REW]: Increase Value

REW]: Increase Value

[

FWD]: Reduce Value

[CH1~CH4,QUAD]: Select Channel

[

[ FWD]: Reduce Value [CH1~CH4,QUAD]: Select Channel [ MENU]: exit. 5.12 Sub Menu-Time Setup TIME SETUP

MENU]: exit.

5.12 Sub Menu-Time Setup

TIME SETUP 2008/08/08 08:08:08 PRESS(UP,DOWN). THEN(SELECT) PRESS(MENU) TO EXIT Monitor Digital video Recoder
TIME SETUP
2008/08/08 08:08:08
PRESS(UP,DOWN). THEN(SELECT)
PRESS(MENU)
TO EXIT
Monitor
Digital video Recoder Monitor
UP
DATA+
POWRE
MENU
Dual
4
PAL
NTSC
DOWN
DATA
>

Configure DVR system time. Press[

UP] and [NTSC DOWN DATA > Configure DVR system time. Press[ DOWN] to move prompt and press [

DATA > Configure DVR system time. Press[ UP] and [ DOWN] to move prompt and press

DOWN]

to move prompt and press [

[

SEL/EDIT] to modify. Presstime. Press[ UP] and [ DOWN] to move prompt and press [ [ MENU] to save

MENU] to save and exitto move prompt and press [ [ SEL/EDIT] to modify. Press 5.13 Sub Menu-PTZ Setup PTZ

press [ [ SEL/EDIT] to modify. Press MENU] to save and exit 5.13 Sub Menu-PTZ Setup

5.13 Sub Menu-PTZ Setup

PTZ SETUP CHANNEL ADDRESS PROTOCOL BAUPRATE 1 1 PELCO-D 2400 2 2 PELCO-D 2400 3
PTZ SETUP
CHANNEL
ADDRESS
PROTOCOL
BAUPRATE
1 1
PELCO-D
2400
2 2
PELCO-D
2400
3 3
PELCO-D
2400
4 4
PELCO-D
2400
(<.>) MOVE (<<.>>) AD JUST
(MENU)EXIT
Monitor
Digital video Recoder Monitor
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DATA+
POWRE
MENU
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<

CHANNEL: Camera Number.

ADDRESS: Dome's address 0-255 .

: Camera Number. ADDRESS : Dome's address 0-255 . PROTOCOL : Including PELCO-D PELCO-P BO1 NEON
: Camera Number. ADDRESS : Dome's address 0-255 . PROTOCOL : Including PELCO-D PELCO-P BO1 NEON

PROTOCOL: Including PELCO-D PELCO-P

address 0-255 . PROTOCOL : Including PELCO-D PELCO-P BO1 NEON CTNCOM , SAMSUNG Setting the protocol

BO1

address 0-255 . PROTOCOL : Including PELCO-D PELCO-P BO1 NEON CTNCOM , SAMSUNG Setting the protocol

NEON

CTNCOM

0-255 . PROTOCOL : Including PELCO-D PELCO-P BO1 NEON CTNCOM , SAMSUNG Setting the protocol according
0-255 . PROTOCOL : Including PELCO-D PELCO-P BO1 NEON CTNCOM , SAMSUNG Setting the protocol according
0-255 . PROTOCOL : Including PELCO-D PELCO-P BO1 NEON CTNCOM , SAMSUNG Setting the protocol according

,

SAMSUNG. PROTOCOL : Including PELCO-D PELCO-P BO1 NEON CTNCOM , Setting the protocol according to the

Setting the protocol according to the dome's protocol.

BAUD RATE: Press [ SEL/EDIT] button to select the

protocol. BAUD RATE: Press [ SEL/EDIT] button to select the value 1200 2400 4800 9600 19200

value 1200 2400 4800 9600 19200 bps.

button to select the value 1200 2400 4800 9600 19200 bps. If you have a compatible
button to select the value 1200 2400 4800 9600 19200 bps. If you have a compatible
button to select the value 1200 2400 4800 9600 19200 bps. If you have a compatible
button to select the value 1200 2400 4800 9600 19200 bps. If you have a compatible

If you have a compatible speed dome camera attached to your DVR, press the

PTZ button and select the camera number that you wish to control. You can usecompatible speed dome camera attached to your DVR, press the UP DOWN RIGHT and LEFT buttons

the camera number that you wish to control. You can use UP DOWN RIGHT and LEFT

UP DOWN RIGHT and LEFT buttons to control the speed dome'sthe camera number that you wish to control. You can use horizontal and vertical positioning. Press

DOWN RIGHT and LEFT buttons to control the speed dome's horizontal and vertical positioning. Press the
DOWN RIGHT and LEFT buttons to control the speed dome's horizontal and vertical positioning. Press the
DOWN RIGHT and LEFT buttons to control the speed dome's horizontal and vertical positioning. Press the
DOWN RIGHT and LEFT buttons to control the speed dome's horizontal and vertical positioning. Press the
DOWN RIGHT and LEFT buttons to control the speed dome's horizontal and vertical positioning. Press the
DOWN RIGHT and LEFT buttons to control the speed dome's horizontal and vertical positioning. Press the
DOWN RIGHT and LEFT buttons to control the speed dome's horizontal and vertical positioning. Press the
DOWN RIGHT and LEFT buttons to control the speed dome's horizontal and vertical positioning. Press the
DOWN RIGHT and LEFT buttons to control the speed dome's horizontal and vertical positioning. Press the
DOWN RIGHT and LEFT buttons to control the speed dome's horizontal and vertical positioning. Press the
DOWN RIGHT and LEFT buttons to control the speed dome's horizontal and vertical positioning. Press the

horizontal and vertical positioning. Press the REW , FWD , PAUSE , and

and vertical positioning. Press the REW , FWD , PAUSE , and PLAY buttons to control
and vertical positioning. Press the REW , FWD , PAUSE , and PLAY buttons to control
and vertical positioning. Press the REW , FWD , PAUSE , and PLAY buttons to control

PLAY buttons to control the speed dome s ZOOM and FOCUS functions

NOTE: Make sure all the lines are correctly connected to the speed dome, and

the proper protocol, baud rate, and address are set per its

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5.14Hard Disk Setup

Monitor Digital video Recoder Monitor UP DATA+ POWRE MENU Dual 4 PAL NTSC DOWN DATA
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Digital video Recoder Monitor
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NTSC
DOWN
DATA

OVERWRITE ENABLED:

If you choose YES, recording

continues and overwrite previous recording when hard disk drive space is If you choose NO, the recording session stops when all hard disk drive is full for

It shows the size of the primary

hard disk drive installed in the

MASTER HDD SIZE:

It shows the space used on the first hard disk drive for

recording and the percent Of the used hard

If you format the hard drive, it will erase all the data

recorded on the first hard disk Notice: when you first use a HDD in the DVR, please use this function to format the HDD. Otherwise the computer will not find the HDD when you connect the DVR to the computer by using the USB cable SLAVE HDD SIZE: It shows the space the secondary hard disk drive installed in the

MASTER HDD USED:

MASTER HDD FORMAT:

SLAVE HDD USED:

It shows the space used on the primary hard disk drive for

SLAVE HDD FORMAT: If you format the hard drive, it will erase all the data recorded on the secondary hard disk

5.15 Alarm Setup

ALARM SETUP ALARM RECORD DURATION ALARM DURATION BUZZER DURATION 10 OFF OFF SENSOR SETUP MOTION
ALARM SETUP
ALARM RECORD DURATION
ALARM DURATION
BUZZER DURATION
10
OFF
OFF
SENSOR SETUP
MOTION SETUP
PRESS(UP,DOWN). THEN(SELECT)
PRESS(MENU) TO EXIT
Monitor
Digital video Recoder Monitor
UP
DATA+
POWRE
MENU
Dual
4
PAL
NTSC
DOWN
DATA
SENSOR SETUP CHANNEL-1 NOT INSTALLED TYPE: NORMAL-OPEN CHANNEL-2 NOT INSTALLED TYPE: NORMAL-OPEN CHANNEL-3 NOT
SENSOR SETUP
CHANNEL-1
NOT INSTALLED
TYPE: NORMAL-OPEN
CHANNEL-2
NOT INSTALLED
TYPE: NORMAL-OPEN
CHANNEL-3
NOT INSTALLED
TYPE: NORMAL-OPEN
CHANNEL-4
NOT INSTALLED
TYPE: NORMAL-OPEN
PRESS(UP,DOWN). THEN(SELECT)
PRESS(MENU) TO EXIT
Monitor
Digital video Recoder Monitor
UP
DATA+
POWRE
MENU
Dual
4
PAL
NTSC
DOWN
DATA
1
2
3
4
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Alarm Record Duration: The number indicates how long triggered recording lasts after the sensors are triggered or the movements in front of the

It controls how long (in seconds) the

alarm lasts after the system is Buzzer Duration: Buzzer time set (OFF

20 25 30 seconds and CONT) , User can press

Alarm Duration:

20 25 30 seconds and CONT) , User can press Alarm Duration: 05 10 15 [

05

25 30 seconds and CONT) , User can press Alarm Duration: 05 10 15 [ SEL/EDIT

10

30 seconds and CONT) , User can press Alarm Duration: 05 10 15 [ SEL/EDIT ]

15

seconds and CONT) , User can press Alarm Duration: 05 10 15 [ SEL/EDIT ] to
seconds and CONT) , User can press Alarm Duration: 05 10 15 [ SEL/EDIT ] to
seconds and CONT) , User can press Alarm Duration: 05 10 15 [ SEL/EDIT ] to
[
[
and CONT) , User can press Alarm Duration: 05 10 15 [ SEL/EDIT ] to set
and CONT) , User can press Alarm Duration: 05 10 15 [ SEL/EDIT ] to set

SEL/EDIT ] to set the time .When Buzzer Time is OFF ,

All the buzzers will be shut off. When Buzzers Time is CONT ,the buzzer will work Sensor Setup:

There are 3 different modes for sensor setting: NOT INSTALLED, NORMAL-CLOSE and

It depends on what type of external sensor you use. If sensor's output is NORMAL-OPEN then select NORMAL- OPEN mode in

If sensor triggered by an intruder then the cable line

connects to DVR input terminal will notify system to start

connects to DVR input terminal will notify system to start There are four pairs of input
connects to DVR input terminal will notify system to start There are four pairs of input
connects to DVR input terminal will notify system to start There are four pairs of input
connects to DVR input terminal will notify system to start There are four pairs of input

There are four pairs of input terminal supported by DVR.

Push the UNLOCK BUTTON above the wire hole to insert or pull out a wire.

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Installation example diagram:

POWER CAUTION RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN CH1 CH2 CH3 CH4 1 2
POWER
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
1
2
3
4
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK.
DO NOT OPEN COVERS. NO USER SERVICEABLE
PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED
SERVICE PERSONNEL
WARING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD. DONOT
EXPOSE UNITS NOT SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED
FOR OUTDOOR USE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE
VIDEO INPUT
VIDEO OUTPUT
DC 12V
RS485
SENSOR
ALARM
Alarm
PTZ Setup
1
2
3
4
Power
RS485
SENSOR
ALARM

Power

PTZ Setup 1 2 3 4 Power RS485 SENSOR ALARM Power PIR Sensor Connect PIR sensor

PIR Sensor

Connect PIR sensor NO/NC output to DVR input terminal.(Max. 5V DC)

MOTION DETECTION SETUP CHANNEL 1 SENSITIVITY 4 CHANNEL 1 SENSITIVITY 4 CHANNEL 1 SENSITIVITY 4
MOTION DETECTION SETUP
CHANNEL 1
SENSITIVITY
4
CHANNEL 1
SENSITIVITY
4
CHANNEL 1
SENSITIVITY
4
CHANNEL 1
SENSITIVITY
4
CHANNEL 1
AREA SET
CHANNEL 1
AREA SET
CHANNEL 1
AREA SET
CHANNEL 1
AREA SET
PRESS(UP,DOWN). THEN(SELECT)
PRESS(MENU) TO EXIT
Monitor
Digital video Recoder Monitor
UP
DATA+
POWRE
MENU
Dual
4
PAL
NTSC
DOWN
DATA

Motion Setup: The first step, User need setup video record method by Motion Triggered. Please make Reference to

User can press

[

SEL/EDIT] to adjust sensitivity grade of motion

CHANNEL 1- 4 SENSITIVITY:

adjust sensitivity grade of motion CHANNEL 1- 4 SENSITIVITY: High(1----------9,OFF) Low, When it's off, the channel

High(1----------9,OFF) Low, When it's off, the channel can not be triggered by

CHANNEL 1- 4 AREA SET: Press[ SEL/EDIT] to enter area setting state, the picture

CH1] to move

DOWN]to move

SEL/EDIT] to set the block is active or not. When the block is transparent,

the block is active or not. When the block is transparent, of selected channel is divided

of selected channel is divided into 144(12

left, press [ down, press[
left, press [
down, press[

CH2] to move right, press [

12) blocks, and then press[ UP] to move up, press [

press [ 12) blocks, and then press[ UP] to move up, press [ it's active to
press [ 12) blocks, and then press[ UP] to move up, press [ it's active to

it's active to record; when the block is covered by shadow, It can not be

5.16 NTSC/PAL Output Select

covered by shadow, It can not be 5.16 NTSC/PAL Output Select After completed the MOTION SET
covered by shadow, It can not be 5.16 NTSC/PAL Output Select After completed the MOTION SET

After completed the MOTION SET , User can exit MENU, And press [ REC ] to s tar Motion Record. Disconnect the power supply. Change jumper JS1 to select NTSC or PAL video output format according to the silkscreen on the circuit board

jumper JS1 to select NTSC or PAL video output format according to the silkscreen on the
jumper JS1 to select NTSC or PAL video output format according to the silkscreen on the

NTSC/PAL Select

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5.17

Restore Factory Default

ALL SETTING DATA IS INITIAL IZED Monitor Digital video Recoder Monitor UP DATA+ POWRE MENU
ALL SETTING DATA IS INITIAL IZED
Monitor
Digital video Recoder Monitor
UP
DATA+
POWRE
MENU
Dual
4
PAL
NTSC
DOWN
DATA
Press [ factory default.
Press [
factory default.

EDIT]

Button to

make

the

system load

Record
Record

6.Record

6.1 Start Recording

Press [

Only EACH MODE can enlarge single channel to full screen display

EACH MODE can enlarge single channel to full screen display REW] to start recording. System will

REW] to start recording. System will display some information on Screen.

Hard Disk Used R Recording Symbol Channel Names Mode(QUAD or EACH) Status(REC, Play, FF1, FF2,
Hard Disk Used
R
Recording Symbol
Channel Names
Mode(QUAD or EACH)
Status(REC, Play, FF1, FF2, FF3, REW, PAUSE)
AA
HD Info.([M] Master disk in use)
Monitor
Digital video Recoder Monitor
UP
DATA+
POWRE
MENU
Schedule ((T) Continuous (A) Sensor or Motion
Dual
4
PAL
NTSC
DOWN
DATA
(A) Sensor or Motion Dual 4 PAL NTSC DOWN DATA ( ) No Record The time

(

) No Record

The time and date of the DVR

6.2 Stop Recording

Press[

The time and date of the DVR 6.2 Stop Recording Press[ STOP] and system may prompt

STOP] and system may prompt you to input your password. Only your

correct password can stop recording process (if you have this feature enabled)

6.3 Recording Length

Estimated record time based on 120G Byte HDD (Quad Mode)

Format

Quality

Frame Rate

30

5

7

1

 

HIGH

20K / frame

58

117

251

1748

NTSC

           

(HOURS)

NORMAL

15K / frame

78

155

333

2330

LOW

12K / frame

97

194

416

2913

Format

Quality

Frame Rate

30

5

7

1

 

HIGH

20K / frame

70

146

291

1748

PAL

           

(HOURS)

NORMAL

15K / frame

93

194

388

2330

LOW

12K / frame

117

243

485

2913

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User can calculate and estimate record hours by below formula120G Byte @ 7

<

frames per second @ Normal quality

120 (G byte) x 1024 (M byte) x 1024 (K byte)

15 (Kbyte/frame) x 7 (frame/sec) x 60 (sec) x 60 (min)

Estimate hours is 332 Hours

Playback
Playback

7.Playback

x 60 (min) Estimate hours is 332 Hours Playback 7.Playback Press [ PLAY] then system will

Press [ PLAY] then system will list all recorded video clip from HD. Newest video

will at top of the list, press [

again to start play video to the end

of the list, press [ again to start play video to the end UP] and [

UP] and [

list, press [ again to start play video to the end UP] and [ DOWN] to
list, press [ again to start play video to the end UP] and [ DOWN] to

DOWN] to select start time and press[ PLAY]

Monitor Digital video Recoder Monitor UP DATA+ POWRE MENU Dual 4 PAL NTSC DOWN DATA
Monitor
Digital video Recoder Monitor
UP
DATA+
POWRE
MENU
Dual
4
PAL
NTSC
DOWN
DATA

HDD InformationUP DATA+ POWRE MENU Dual 4 PAL NTSC DOWN DATA Start Time End Time TIME: Continuous

Start TimePOWRE MENU Dual 4 PAL NTSC DOWN DATA HDD Information End Time TIME: Continuous record file

End TimeDual 4 PAL NTSC DOWN DATA HDD Information Start Time TIME: Continuous record file ALARM: Sensor

TIME: Continuous record file4 PAL NTSC DOWN DATA HDD Information Start Time End Time ALARM: Sensor or Motion Triggered

ALARM: Sensor or Motion TriggeredInformation Start Time End Time TIME: Continuous record file Another way to search video is to

Continuous record file ALARM: Sensor or Motion Triggered Another way to search video is to directly
Continuous record file ALARM: Sensor or Motion Triggered Another way to search video is to directly

Another way to search video is to directly input the time period. Press[ FWD]

and then press[ UP] and[

time value and press[ PLAY] to play video

press[ UP] and[ time value and press[ PLAY] to play video DOWN] to move the prompt.
press[ UP] and[ time value and press[ PLAY] to play video DOWN] to move the prompt.

DOWN] to move the prompt. Press[

press[ PLAY] to play video DOWN] to move the prompt. Press[ SEL/EDIT] to edit 0 8
press[ PLAY] to play video DOWN] to move the prompt. Press[ SEL/EDIT] to edit 0 8

SEL/EDIT] to edit

0 8 /0 8 / 0 8

0 8 : 08 : 0 8

-- 0 8 / 0 8 / 0 8

08 : 0 8 : 08

Note: [

PAUSE] button may be used during playback to freeze video.0 8 : 08 : 0 8 -- 0 8 / 0 8 / 0 8

USB Programming
USB Programming

8.USB Programming

8.1 Install

1. Place the USB Driver Program CD into your CD ROM.

2. If your CD ROM does not auto-run the install CD, go to

your CD drive, and click on

auto-run the install CD, go to your CD drive, and click on Setup.exe My Computer 3.Follow

Setup.exe

the install CD, go to your CD drive, and click on Setup.exe My Computer 3.Follow the
the install CD, go to your CD drive, and click on Setup.exe My Computer 3.Follow the

My Computer

3.Follow the prompts on your PC to finish the

CD, go to your CD drive, and click on Setup.exe My Computer 3.Follow the prompts on

12

, select

8.2 Program Interface

To run the program( Double click

8.2 Program Interface To run the program( Double click icon on your System will detect the

icon on your

System will detect the HDD automatically when you connect the USB cable to your

the HDD automatically when you connect the USB cable to your Button functions Note: If the

Button functions

Note: If the HDD is not detected, please perform the followings steps:(1) Close the USB program window, and remove the USB cable, (2) Press

PLAY] twice to enter the DVR into the Playback mode,(3)Connect the USB cable to PC again. Please allow up to 30 seconds for the DVR to show video on your PC

[

up to 30 seconds for the DVR to show video on your PC [ 1 2

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

19 202122

DVR to show video on your PC [ 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

10

11 12 13 14

15 16

17

18

1 Save Frame

12 Reverse play

2 Save Video Clip

13 Pause

3 Config

14 Play

4 Event List

15 Forward one frame

5 Channel 2

16 Fast forward

6 Channel 1

17 Scroll Bar

7 Quad Mode

18 Version of the program

8 Channel 3

19 Play DVR video file

9 Channel 4

20 Play PC video file

10 Fast Reverse

21 Minimize viewer

11 Back one frame

22 Close viewer

Press

viewer 11 Back one frame 22 Close viewer Press to open the event video list. Save

to open the event video list.

Save Frame Save Video Clip Config Event List

11 Back one frame 22 Close viewer Press to open the event video list. Save Frame

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Press

Press to configue the DVR play/record system. Press to play video . Specification 9. Specification ITEM

to configue the DVR play/record system.

Press to configue the DVR play/record system. Press to play video . Specification 9. Specification ITEM

Press

Press to configue the DVR play/record system. Press to play video . Specification 9. Specification ITEM

to play video .

configue the DVR play/record system. Press to play video . Specification 9. Specification ITEM DESCRIPTION  
Specification
Specification

9. Specification

ITEM

DESCRIPTION

 

NOTE

Video Format

 

NTSC / PAL

   

Operation System

   

STANDALONE

 

Camera Input Channel

4

channel Composite BNC

STAND-ALONE

Video Output Channel

channel Composite BNC USB 2.0 Port

2

 

Display Frame Rate

NTSC

 

120

frames

 

4

30 framesDisplay Frame Rate NTSC   120 frames   4

PAL

 

100

frames

 

4

25 framesPAL   100 frames   4

Recording Frame Rate

 

NTSC

 

Max 30 fps (Quad)

 

Quad Mode

PAL

 

Max 25 fps (Quad)

 

Quad Mode

 

NTSC

Each Channel =

 

Max. 30 frames

Recording Frame Rate(Each Mode)

 

30

Recording Frame Rate(Each Mode)   30 Number of Source(frames) (Each Channel)

Number of Source(frames)

(Each Channel)

PAL

Each Channel =

 

Max. 25 frames

 

25

  25 Number of Source(frames) (Each Channel)

Number of Source(frames)

(Each Channel)

Record Modes

Continuous, Schedule, Motion Triggered , Sensor Triggered

 
     

NTSC:720

480

 

Resolution

Display

PAL:720

576

576

Record

NTSC:320 112, 640 224 PAL:320 136, 640 272

NTSC:320 112, 640 224 PAL:320 136, 640 272
NTSC:320 112, 640 224 PAL:320 136, 640 272

Quad:640

Each:640

Quad:640 Each:640

224 (total)

224

Video Compression Format (Each Channel)

 

Modified Motion-JPEG (12-20K bytes/frame)

Low :12K Byte Normal :15K Byte High : 20K Byte

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HDD Support

Over 200G Byte

   

ATA -100 Interface

Estimated Record Length

120G Hard disk @ 7 fames per second @ Normal Quality

(120 1024

(120 1024 1024 K byte)
(120 1024 1024 K byte)

1024 K byte)

( 7

( 7

(120 1024 1024 K byte) ( 7 15 60 60 ) = 332 Hours

15

(120 1024 1024 K byte) ( 7 15 60 60 ) = 332 Hours

60

60 ) = 332 Hours

60 ) = 332 Hours

Search

Method

Time, Date, Event

   

Full Screen

YES

 
 

4

Inputs (Normally Open / Normally Closed)

Sensor, Alarm

Output (Relay 2A 28VDC / 2A 125VAC) Camera Signal Loss Alarm

1

PTZ

YES

 

PELCO-D

PELCO-P

USB

YES

USB2.0 Port for playback

Dimensions

Length 15.7 in

Width 10.8 in

Width 10.8 in

 
Height 2.7 in

Height 2.7 in

Appendix
Appendix

10.Appendix

10.1 System Connect Sketch Map

TV or Monitor

Sensor 1~4

Alarm

High Speed Dome Camra

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Digital video Recoder Monitor
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DATA+
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NTSC
DOWN
DATA

VCR

UP DATA+ POWRE MENU Dual 4 PAL NTSC DOWN DATA VCR Camera 1~4 4 Channel Digital
Camera 1~4
Camera 1~4
POWRE MENU Dual 4 PAL NTSC DOWN DATA VCR Camera 1~4 4 Channel Digital Video Recorder
4 Channel Digital Video Recorder DVR
4 Channel Digital Video Recorder
DVR

(Digital Video Recorder)

Channel Digital Video Recorder DVR (Digital Video Recorder) PC Speed Dome Controller 10.2 Fittings Come Along
Channel Digital Video Recorder DVR (Digital Video Recorder) PC Speed Dome Controller 10.2 Fittings Come Along

PC

Speed Dome Controller

10.2 Fittings Come Along With DVR

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