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S Dx9 16 Cd.Eng.Kor(1.2)

  1. 1. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide USER GUIDE 9/16 Channel Digital Video Recoder V. 1.2 This document contains preliminary information and subject to change without notice.
  2. 2. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide Safety Precautions E N G L I S H Explanation of Graphical Symbols This symbol indicates the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instruction in the literature accompanying the product. This symbol indicates the presence of unprotected ”dangerous voltage” within the product’s enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons. Cautions This product has multiple-rated voltages (110v and 220v). See installation instructions before connecting to the power supply. This product uses a Lithium battery. To avoid of risk of explosion, do not replace the battery on the main board by anything other than a Lithium battery. Dispose of used batteries according to the manufacturer’s instructions. This equipment and all communication wirings are intended for indoor use only. To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose the unit to rain or moisture. 2
  3. 3. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide Warnings Installation and servicing should be performed only by qualified and experienced personnel. Power off the DVR when connecting cameras, audio or sensor cables. The manufacturer is not responsible for any damage caused by improper use of the product or E failure to follow instructions for the product. N The manufacturer is not responsible for any problems caused by or resulting from the user G physically opening the DVR for examination or attempting to fix the unit. The manufacturer may L not be held liable for any issues with the unit if the warranty seal is removed. I S H 3
  4. 4. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide Rack Mount Instructions The following or similar rack-mount instructions are included with the installation instructions: E N A) Elevated Operating Ambient - If installed in a closed or multi-unit rack assembly, the G operating ambient temperature of the rack environment may be greater than room ambient. L Therefore, consideration should be given to installing the equipment in an environment I compatible with the maximum ambient temperature (Tma) specified by the manufacturer. S H B) Reduced Air Flow - Installation of the equipment in a rack should be such that the amount of air flow required for safe operation of the equipment is not compromised. C) Mechanical Loading - Mounting of the equipment in the rack should be such that a hazardous condition is not achieved due to uneven mechanical loading. D) Circuit Overloading - Consideration should be given to the connection of the equipment to the supply circuit and the effect that overloading of the circuits might have on over current protection and supply wiring. Appropriate consideration of equipment nameplate ratings should be used when addressing this concern. E) Reliable Earthing - Reliable earthing of rack-mounted equipment should be maintained. Particular attention should be given to supply connections other than direct connections to the branch circuit (e.g. use of power strips)." 4
  5. 5. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide THE LIST OF CONTENTS The package contains the DVR set and components as bellows. Please make sure that the bellow components are included in the package. If there is any missing, please contact your local vendor. E DVR SET N G L I NETWORK CLIENT S/W CD S H REMOTE CONTROLLER BATTERY MANUAL SCREWS AND BUBBER RINGS FOR HDD INSTALLATION IDE HDD CABLE HDD BRACKET SUB POWER CABLE POWER CABLE 5
  6. 6. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide Remote Control Operation POWER Power On/Off E N DISPLAY Display of Full, 4, 9 or 16 split view G F/REW Jump 1 minute backward L PLAY Play/Pause I F/ADV Jump 1 minute forward S FREEZE/CAP Freeze/Capture H FF Fast Forward ALARM Disable alarm operation SETUP Setup menu screen ARCHIVE Display archive list AUDIO Disable, Mute or Highlighted channel only LOCK Locks functions SEQ Sequence of Full or Quad view RECORD Manual recording SEARCH Search menu screen DIRECTION Direction or number 1 to 4 SELECT Enter ID DVR ID (ID Button + DVR ID number) ESC Esc PTZ PTZ menu screen NUMBER Channel 1 to 9 and ID 0 to 9 +10 Channel 10 and channel 11 to16 10CH->press +10 and number 0 11CH->press +10 and number 1 12CH->press +10 and number 2 13CH->press +10 and number 3 14CH->press +10 and number 4 15CH->press +10 and number 5 16CH->press +10 and number 6 (+10 button doesn’t work for ID.) 6
  7. 7. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide VIDEO SIGNAL SELECT / SETTING E N G L I Video mode Video output S SETTING NTSC PAL BNC VGA H O X O X X O O X O X X O X O X O Do not change the setting when the power is on. When the position of the switch is changed, the DVR should be rebooted to apply the new setting. 7
  8. 8. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide E-IDE HDD INSTALLATION Insert rubber rings and screw the HDD brackets to the HDD. E N G L I S H In case of installing two HDDs, one is to be set as “Mater” and another is as “Slave”. Two HDDs are should be same model and same data interface. Firmly insert E-IDE cable and power cable to the CD-RW Drive IDE connector for CD-RW Drive IDE connector for HDDs Firmly insert E-IDE cable and power cable to the HDDs. Fix the HDDs to the chassis. 8
  9. 9. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide SATA HDD INSTALLATION 1. Insert rubber rings to the bracket and screw the bracket to the HDD. E N G L I S H 2. Assemble the SATA converter board to the bracket. Don't need assy screw Need assy screw 3. MASTER/SLAVE Jumper pin Setting. In case of installing two HDDs, one is to be set as “Mater” and another is as “Slave”. Otherwise, HDD is to be set as “Master”. Two HDDs are should be same model and same data interface. * Use 'SHUNT’ for setting MASTER/SLAVE. 9
  10. 10. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide 4. Connecting E-IDE, power cables. a b E N G a. Connector for SATA Converter board L b. Connector for main power cable I S Sub-power cable for SATA Converter board H Firmly insert power cable and E-IDE cable 5. Installing two Hard Disk Drives. . Check Master/Slave Jumpers of SATA converter boards. . Use power cable of SPMS for Master HDD and sub-power cable for Slave HDD. . Firmly insert power cable and E-IED cable. 10
  11. 11. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide SYSTEM SCHEMETIC E N G L I S H 4 Wiring Camera Control port and Sensor / Alarm Port Sensor In(1~16) AlarmOut 1 2 3 4 G 5 6 7 8 G 9 10 11 12 G 13 14 15 16 G A B A B A B A B 1 2 3 4 Sensor (-) (-) RS-422/485 +12VDC TX+ TX- RX+ RX- (+) (+) Dried Contact RS422 R485 1 TX+ Adapter 2 TX- 3 RX+ DATA+ 4 RX- DATA- 1 2 3 4 SENSOR INPUT :Connect two signal lines of sensor (infrared rays sensor, heat perception sensor, magnetic sensor) to the desired sensor number. (You can set the type-NC or NO- of sensor at “Setup” mode). ALARM OUTPUT : Use this at 30V/300mA or less operating voltage and current. When controlling lamp and AC operated equipment, control it using separate outside relay. During normal operation the control output contact is maintained at “Open” status, and during control output the output contact is changed to “Close(short)” status. SENSOR inputs need dried contact only. Do not input any electric signal. 11
  12. 12. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. FEATURES..............................................................................................................................................14 2. FRONT / REAR PANEL...........................................................................................................................15 E 2-1. FRONT PANEL ............................................................................................................................15 N 2-2. REAR PANEL...............................................................................................................................17 G 3. SETUP.....................................................................................................................................................18 L 3-1. Entering SETUP...........................................................................................................................18 I 3-2. LIVE..............................................................................................................................................20 S 3-3. RECORD......................................................................................................................................21 H 3-3-1. Motion Zones ....................................................................................................................22 3-3-2. Recording Schedule..........................................................................................................23 3-4. DEVICE ........................................................................................................................................24 3-4-1. ALARM OUT .....................................................................................................................25 3-4-2. PTZ ...................................................................................................................................25 3-4-3. SPOT OUT........................................................................................................................26 3-5. SYSTEM.......................................................................................................................................27 3-6. SECURITY ...................................................................................................................................29 3-7. NETWORK ...................................................................................................................................30 3-7-1. PORT ................................................................................................................................30 3-7-2. NETWORK TYPE .............................................................................................................31 3-7-3. DDNS ................................................................................................................................33 3-8. STORAGE....................................................................................................................................34 3-9. SAVE SETUP ...............................................................................................................................34 4. LIVE & SEARCH .....................................................................................................................................35 4-1. Live Screen ..................................................................................................................................35 4-1-1. PTZF operation .................................................................................................................37 4-2. SEARCH ......................................................................................................................................38 4-2-1. TIME LINE Search ............................................................................................................38 4-2-2. EVENT Search..................................................................................................................39 4-2-3. GO TO SPECIFIC TIME ...................................................................................................40 4-2-4. GO TO FIRST TIME..........................................................................................................40 4-2-5. GO TO LAST TIME ...........................................................................................................41 4-2-6. LOG...................................................................................................................................41 4-2-7. ARCHIVE ..........................................................................................................................42 4-3. Playback mode.............................................................................................................................43 12
  13. 13. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide 5. Archiving Video into CD-RW or USB storage device ..............................................................................44 5-1. Archiving images or videos ..........................................................................................................44 5-1-1. Archive images in live mode .............................................................................................44 5-1-2. Archive images in playback mode.....................................................................................44 5-1-3. Archive videos ...................................................................................................................45 E 5-2. Transferring still images or videos into CD-RW or USB memory stick ........................................46 N 6. Network Client Software..........................................................................................................................47 G 6-1. Overview ......................................................................................................................................47 L 6-2. Minimum PC requirements...........................................................................................................47 I 6-3. Installing the software...................................................................................................................48 S 6-4. Live viewer ...................................................................................................................................48 H 6-4-1. Main user interface ...........................................................................................................48 6-4-2. Main control panel.............................................................................................................49 6-5. Search and Playback Viewer .......................................................................................................50 6-5-1. Main user interface ...........................................................................................................50 6-5-2. Main control panel.............................................................................................................51 6-5-3. Back up .............................................................................................................................52 6-6. System configuration....................................................................................................................53 6-6-1. General .............................................................................................................................53 6-6-2. Site ....................................................................................................................................54 6-6-3. Event .................................................................................................................................55 6-6-4. Record...............................................................................................................................56 6-6-5. Disk ...................................................................................................................................57 6-6-6. About .................................................................................................................................57 7. Firmware Upgrade...................................................................................................................................58 A-1. DDNS (Dynamic Domain Name Server) .....................................................................................59 A-1-1. Creating an ID and password on our free DDNS Service ................................................59 A-1-2. Domain Name Registration ..............................................................................................60 A-1-3. Access to DVR by Domain Name.....................................................................................62 A-1-4. Domain Name Management.............................................................................................63 A-2. Compatible HDD models .............................................................................................................64 A-3. Specifications ...............................................................................................................................65 13
  14. 14. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide 1. FEATURES ● 9/16 channels real-time live display and 9/16 channels simultaneous playback. E ● MPEG-4 - Unbeatable recording picture quality and compression ratio. Best format for N minimizing recording space and bandwidth requirements for network transmission. G ● TRIPLEX - Simultaneous recording, playback and transmission via network L ● Multiplexing operation I ● Reliability - Real Time Operating System and simplified hardware as well as watchdog timer S ensure reliability. H ● Individual channel recording and playback with different frame rate. ● High-quality live and playback resolution. ● Multi-site management - Supported by CMS application. ● Network features - remote live, playback, PTZF control and backup. ● Network via LAN, DHCP and ADSL (Dynamic and Static IP address). ● 4 channels audio recording. ● User-friendly setup menu with graphic user interface. ● Easy to schedule complicated weekly recording plans. ● Motion detection – Use the 30x24 grid to define motion zones for each camera. ● USB ports for JPEG, MPEG data backup and software upgrade using USB flash memory stick. ● Still image capture and review as JPEG format. ● Internal Pan/Tilt/Zoom/Focus controller. ● Easy operation with buttons on the front panel and an optional remote control. ● User verification by password certification. ● Video loss detection. ● Backup - Still-images or AVI data into USB flash memory stick, internal CD-RW and Network. ● Variety of Hard Drive Sizes - up to internally 1TB (500GB HDD X 2) for long-term recording. ● Multi-Languages -User can easily select language from Setup menu. ● Various Video Output - VGA(800x600 24 Bit Color), S-VHS, SPOT 14
  15. 15. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide 2. FRONT / REAR PANEL 2-1. FRONT PANEL E N G L I S H Figure 2.1.1 Front panel Table 2.1.1. LED Indication LED Description HDD LED light is on when the system is accessing video data. REC LED light is on when the system is recording video data. ALARM LED light is on when alarm sensors are triggered or motion is detected. NETWORK LED light is on when clients are connected to the system through the network. BACKUP LED light is on when the system save a image to a USB stick or a CD. Table 2.1.2. Front panel buttons Button Description Power ON/OFF button. Press to start the DVR system or to do shutdown. When you turn off the DVR system, it will ask for a password. The default password is 1111. Press to select a channel number or password. Press +10 button and a number for selecting a channel number 10 to 16. SEQ Press to start auto sequencing of the screen in full or quad view. (Toggle) PTZ Press to control PTZ operation in live display mode. SETUP Press to launch SETUP menu. BACKUP Press to start operations involving archiving in live or playback mode. Press to rewind the footage at 1x, 2x, 4x and 8x speed in playback mode. 15
  16. 16. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide Jump/Step backward in playback mode, the playback position moves 1 minute backward. Sound function in live display mode.(MUTE, Selected channel or All channel sound) Jump/Step forward in playback mode, the playback position moves 1 minute E forward. Alarm out function ON/OFF in live display mode. N Press to fast forward the footage at 1x, 2x, 8x and 4x speeds in playback G mode. L Press to go to the search menu.(Event search /Time line search /Log I /Archive search) Press to play or to pause the footage in playback mode. S Press to start and stop manual recording. H Press to move up the menu items in setup mode and to select camera 1 in live mode. It is also used as the number 1 when entering password. Press to move right in the menu or to change the values in setup mode and to select camera 2 in live mode. It is also used as the number 2 when entering password. Press to move down the menu items in setup mode and to select camera 3 in live mode. It is also used as the number 3 when entering password. Press to move left in the menu or to change the values in setup mode and to select camera 4 in live mode. It is also used as the number 4 when entering password. Press to select full screen or 4/ 9/ 16 split view in live display mode. It is also used to select desired menu item or to store the setup value in the menu. Press to return to previous menu screen. There is a USB port located on the left side of the front panel. This USB port USB Port is used to archive footage into a USB memory stick and USB CD-RW. 16
  17. 17. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide 2-2. REAR PANEL E N G L Figure 2.2.1. Rear Panel I S Table 2.2.1. Rear panel connections H TITLE Description VIDEO IN Connectors for video inputs(NTSC/PAL) VIDEO OUT Connectors for video loop back outputs(NTSC/PAL) SPOT Connetor for video spot output(NTSC/PAL) VIDEO Composite video output(NTSC/PAL) S-VHS S-VHS video output VGA Connector for VGA monitor LINE IN Four connectors for audio inputs(line level) LINE OUT One connector for audio output(connect a headphone or a speaker) RS-232 For engineering use only ETHERNET RJ45 connector for LAN connection RS-422/485 For camera control use SENSOR IN Connector for sensor device connection. Normal open (NO) or normal close (NC) sensor can be selected for each sensor. ALARM OUT Connector for alarm device connection. Provides simple On/Off switching using relay. 300mA/30V POWER AC115~230V power input(Manual select). Please double check power select switch before install the system. SWITCHES : NTSC/PAL, BNC/VGA Select switch TEST Selection of RS485 Termination resistor(100 Ohm) Termination is selected if the switch is ON(Down). 485/422 Selection of RS485 or RS422. RS485 is selected if the switch is OFF(Up). VGA Selection of VGA monitor or Composite monitor(Switch is down for VGA) PAL Video type selection of NTSC or PAL (Switch is down for PAL) 17
  18. 18. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide 3. SETUP The following sections detail the initial setup of the DVR. E 3-1. Entering SETUP N When you press the SETUP button, the DVR will ask for a password. The default password is G 1111, which can be entered by pressing the up button ( ) or number 1 button( ) 4 L I times and then pressing the SEL button. We recommend you protect the system by assigning a S new password immediately. The procedure for assigning a password is found in section 3-6. H After a password has been assigned, enter the password by using the 4 direction buttons or number buttons, and then press the SEL button for password validation. Once the password is entered, you will see the screen as shown in Figure 3.1.1. Navigate through the menu items and press the SEL button to enter the sub-category menu. Figure 3.1.1. Setup menu screen 18
  19. 19. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide ▶ Setup menu configuration SETUP LIVE OSD SEQUENCE SEQ-DWELL TIME OSD CONTRAST E CHANNEL DISPLAY,BRIGHTNESS,CONTRAST,HUE, N RECORD RESOLUTION, SCHEDULE LIMIT SATURATION G CHANNEL FRAME,QUALITY,TYPE,MOTION, SENSOR, L SENSITIVITY, PRE/POST RECORDING,SCHEDULE I DEVICE ALARM-OUT S PTZ H SPOT-OUT KEY TONE REMOTE CONTROL ID SENSOR TYPE SYSTEM DVR ID DESCRIPTION LANGUAGE LOAD FACTORY DEFAULT LOAD DEFAULT DATE FORMAT SET DATE & TIME SECURITY ADMIN PASSWORD USER PASSWORD NETWORK PASSWORD NETWORK PORT CLIENT ACCESS BANDWIDTH SAVING NETWORK TYPE – LAN,ADSL,DHCP DDNS STORAGE OVERWRITE FORMAT DISK INFO LOAD SETUP FROM A USB SAVE SETUP TO A USB RECORD LIMIT RECORD LIMIT DAYS SAVE SETUP 19
  20. 20. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide 3-2. LIVE Set values for live display. Navigate through the menu items by pressing the UP/DOWN buttons.. Menu items in LIVE mode setup E OSD Enable/disable on-screen-display. N SEQUENCE Enable/disable auto sequencing of the screen in full or quad view. G SEQ-DWELL TIME Dwell time for each channel display in sequential display mode. L OSD CONTRAST Set the visibility level of the On Screen Display. (OSD) I CHANNEL Select the channel for applying the following settings by pressing S the LEFT/RIGHT buttons. H DISPLAY Enable/disable display of the video channel in live display mode. BRIGHTNESS Change the brightness value for the specified channel. CONTRAST Change the contrast value for the specified channel. HUE Change the hue value for the specified channel. SATURATION Change the saturation value for the specified channel. Figure 3.2.1. LIVE mode setup screen If the values of BRIGHTNESS, CONTRAST, HUE, & SATURATION is changed, the video will be recorded as same as changed. 20
  21. 21. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide 3-3. RECORD Set the values for recording video. Navigate through menu items by pressing the UP/DOWN buttons. User can change the value of the menu item by pressing the LEFT/RIGHT buttons. Menu items in RECORD mode setup RESOLUTION Set resolution.(352*240, 704*240 or 704*480) E SCHEDULE LIMIT Enable/disable schedule recording limit. Press SEL button to set period. N This limit function enable on schedule recording mode. G CHANNEL Select the channel for applying the following settings. L FRAME RATE Set the frame rate. The sum of the frame rate values from each channel I cannot exceed maximum frame rates for a particular recording resolution. Typical S values of the maximum frame rate for NTSC video are 120/100 fps for H 352*240(NTSC)/352*288(PAL) and 30/25fps for 704*480(NTSC)/704*576(PAL). QUALITY Select the recording quality for the specified channel. [Network, Standard, High, Superior and Ultra] RECORDING Assign the recording mode for each channel. [Continuous, Motion, Sensor, Schedule, and Disable] MOTION ZONE Select Full Zone or Partial Zone for motion sensing. Press SEL button to setup motion sensing area. MOTION SENSITIVITY Set the motion sensitivity. Control the motion sensitivity from 1 to 9. SENSOR RECORDING Select sensors to record for the specified channel. You can set the sensor type from DEVICE setup menu.(none, N/O, and N/C) PRE RECORD Enable/disable pre-event recording. Pre-event recording time is 5 seconds and only intra-frames are recorded for pre-event recording. POST EVENT RECORD Set post event recording time duration.(2 ~ 30 seconds) AUDIO Enable/disable audio for the specified channel. SCHEDULE Set recording schedule. Press SEL button to setup schedule. 21
  22. 22. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide E N G L I S H Figure 3.3.1. RECORD mode setup screen 3-3-1. Motion Zones By selecting Partial Zone in the Motion Zone menu, users can set-up the motion sensing zones in the screen shown in figure 3.3.2. Move around each rectangular zone using 4 direction key buttons and press SEL button to include the rectangular region as part of the motion sensing zone. The rectangular blocks included as part of the motion zone are indicated by changing the color of the blocks. Figure 3.3.2. Motion Zone selection screen 22
  23. 23. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide 3-3-2. Recording Schedule Select SCHEDULE in the RECORD menu to set up the recording schedule. Navigate through the items to highlight using the 4 direction key buttons and set recording schedule using the SEL button. E Recording mode in schedule N COPY FROM Select a channel number by pressing the LEFT/RIGHT buttons. G And press SEL button to make the same schedule as the selected channel. L COPY TO Select a channel number by pressing the LEFT/RIGHT buttons. I And press SEL button to make selected channel to the same schedule as this schedule. S [ALL] : When ALL is highlighted, selected recording mode by pressing SEL button is applied to H entire time zone for the specified channel. [DAY] : When a particular DAY of week is highlighted, selected recording mode by pressing SEL button is applied to entire day zone for the specified channel. [ | ] : When one of vertical bars “ | “ is highlighted, selected recording mode by pressing SEL button is applied to every day for the selected time zone. (Each vertical bar “ | “ corresponds with one hour.) [DAY] and [ | ] Cross : When a particular intersection point is highlighted, selected recording mode by pressing SEL button is applied to that day and the time zone. [ C ] : Continuous recording mode [ . ] : No recording mode(Display only). [ M ] : Motion detection triggered recording. [ S ] : Sensor triggered recording. Figure 3.3.3. Schedule recording setup screen 23
  24. 24. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide 3-4. DEVICE Set the values for recording video. Navigate through menu items by pressing the UP/DOWN buttons. User can change the value of the menu item by pressing the LEFT/RIGHT buttons. Menu items in DEVICE mode setup E ALARM-OUT Set the alarm generation for the motion detection, sensor input and video loss. N And set the alarm time duration. G PTZ Set the camera control data speed, number, type and ID. L SPOT-OUT Set the spot type, spot event time, sequence, sequence dwell time and channels. I KEY TONE Enable/Disable button beep sound. S REMOTE CONTROLLER ID Select a ID of remote controller. Please take steps as followings. H STEP 1. Select ID from 1 to 9. STEP 2. Press the same number as ID set in DVR on a remote controller. STEP 3. Then icon will be displayed on Live screen of DVR that respond to the remote controller. SENSOR Select the sensor number for applying the following settings. TYPE Set the type of sensor for the specified channel from none, N/O (normal open), and N/C (normal closed) Figure 3.4.1. DEVICE mode setup screen 24
  25. 25. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide 3-4-1. ALARM OUT By selecting ALARM-OUT in the DEVICE menu, users can set-up the alarm-out in the screen shown in figure 3.4.2. Alarm-out mode in device ALARM OUT Select the alarm number for applying the following settings.(out1 ~ 4) E SENSOR IN Set the alarm generation for occurrence of sensors detection event. N MOTION ON Set the alarm generation for occurrence of motion detection event. G VIDEO LOSS ON Set the alarm generation for occurrence of video loss event. L ALARM DURATION Set the alarm time duration.(1 ~ 255 seconds) I S H Figure 3.4.2. ALARM OUT setup screen 3-4-2. PTZ By selecting PTZ in the DEVICE menu, users can set-up the ptz control options in the screen shown in figure 3.4.3. Set the proper camera control data speed, number, type and ID to control cameras correctly. To control the PTZ functions of the camera, connect the controller to the RS- 485 port. PTZ mode in device CH Select the channel number for applying the following settings. NAME Select the protocol type of the camera which is the same as the one that is installed on the site. SPEED Select camera control data speed.(2400~19200bps supported) ID If the camera has a specific camera ID, select the camera ID.(0~63) 25
  26. 26. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide E N G L I S H Figure 3.4.3. PTZ setup screen 3-4-3. SPOT OUT By selecting SPOT-OUT in the DEVICE menu, users can set-up the spot-out in the screen shown in figure 3.4.4. SPOT OUT mode in device SPOT TYPE FULL Set to enlarge a selected channel for spot out display. QUAD Set quad view for spot out display. SPOT ON EVENT Enable/disable the spot-out display for occurrence of a event detection. SPOT EVENT DWELL TIME Dwell time for spot out display on event.(1~10seconds) SEQUENCE Enable/disable sequential display to spot out of video channels in full screen mode. SEQ-DWELL TIME Dwell time for each channel display to spot out in sequential display mode. (1~10seconds) SPOT CHANNEL Select the video channel numbers for spot out. Figure 3.4.4. SPOT OUT setup screen 26
  27. 27. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide 3-5. SYSTEM In this menu, system parameters can be input. Navigate through the menu items by pressing the UP/DOWN buttons. User can change the value of the menu items by pressing the LEFT/RIGHT buttons. Menu items in SYSTEM E DVR ID The name of the system. Press the SEL button and move through the position for N each alphanumeric character by pressing the LEFT and RIGHT buttons. G UP/DOWN buttons are used to change character for each location. L DESCRIPTION Press SEL button to see the system information. I (Firmware version, Storage size, IP Address, MAC Address) S LANGUAGE Select a language.(Korean/English/Japanese/Italian/Russian/Norwegian/ H Czech/Spanish/Chinese/Turkish/French/Finnish/Dutch) LOAD FACTORY DEFAULT Select ON and press the SEL button to load factory defaults. When load factory default is selected, DVR will automatically reboot. LOAD DEFAULT Select ON and press the SEL button to load user defaults. When load default is selected, DVR will automatically reboot. All values are changed to default value with the exception of password, date format, time, network and storage overwrite values. DATE FORMAT Select the preferred date and time display. SET DATE&TIME Set the present date and time. When data or time is changed, system will automatically reboot. Figure 3.5.1. SYSTEM setup screen 27
  28. 28. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide E N G L I S Figure 3.5.2. DVR ID setup screen Figure 3.5.3. SYTEM Description screen H Figure 3.5.4. DATE & TIME setup screen 28
  29. 29. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide 3-6. SECURITY Once a menu is selected, the DVR will ask you current password and new password. The password numbers can be input by using direction keys( 1, 2, 3, 4) or E N number keys( ). The default password is 1111. G Menu items in SECURITY L ADMIN PASSWORD Set the password for the administrator. I The administrator can use all functions of system. S USER PASSWORD Set the password for the user. The user can’t use setup and power off. H NETWORK PASSWORD Set the password of the network client user. Figure 3.6.1. SECURITY setup screen 29
  30. 30. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide 3-7. NETWORK Network parameters can be input in this screen. These parameters are used for remote clients who are connected to the DVR over the network. Menu items in Network Setup screen E PORT Port number of DVR(default : 5445). N CLIENT ACCESS Enable/Disable network client access. G BANDWIDTH SAVING Enable/Disable only-key frame transmission. This feature is useful when L network bandwidth is not enough for live video streaming. I NETWORK TYPE Select a type of network connection from LAN, DHCP or ADSL. S DDNS Enable/Disable using DDNS service. Select DDNS ON when you want to H connect network with domain name instead of IP address. DDNS NAME The DDNS sever name is ipdvrfree.com.(Do not change the sever name). Figure 3.7.1. Network setup screen 3-7-1. PORT When connecting 1 or more DVRs to a network through an IP sharing device, each device must have a unique RTSP port number for access to each unit from outside the LAN. Also, the IP sharing device must be configured for port forwarding, so that each port, when accessed on the IP sharing device, will forward to the appropriate DVR. This port number is listed next to the Port menu option in the NETWORK menu. If the user plans to only access the units from within the same local area network, the RTSP port does not have to be changed. 30
  31. 31. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide Network access beyond Router In order to access beyond Router (Firewall), user must open 1 TCP port. If this port is not open properly, user can not access DVR beyond a router. If DVR sets port number with 5445, user has to open 5445 TCP port of your Router. E 3-7-2. NETWORK TYPE N There are three network types. Each type requires different settings. G LEFT/RIGHT buttons are used to change network type. L Press the SEL button and move through the position for each alphanumeric character by I pressing the LEFT and RIGHT buttons. UP/DOWN buttons are used to change character for S each location. H LAN To use the LAN option when connecting the DVR to a network, the following information is required. If you do not have this information, see your network administrator. LAN network setting 1. When using private static IP in LAN: Please ask the fixed IP address, Gateway, Subnet Mask and DNS server name to your network manager or administrator. 2. When using private static IP that is set in a router: Set IP address that is assigned in a router. Set gateway and subnet mask of a router. Set DNS server address Figure 3.7.2. Network setup screen - LAN 31
  32. 32. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide DHCP Select DHCP to use the DHCP option when connecting the DVR to a network. An IP address is automatically assigned by the DHCP server, which assigns IP address and other parameters to new devices automatically. To see the DVR’s IP address, select DESCRIPTION from the E SYSTEM menu. N If the network connection does not allow additional IP addresses, then an IP sharing device will G be needed. In this case, forwarding may be needed to allow for a network connection. For L more information on port forwarding, see the documentation for your IP sharing device or your I network administrator. S H Figure 3.7.3. Network setup screen - DHCP ADSL To use the ADSL option when connecting the DVR to a network, the following information is required. If you do not have this information, see your network administrator. ADSL ID The user ID for ADSL connection PASSWORD The password for ADSL connection User’s ADSL connection must have an RJ45 output to connect to the DVR. When sharing the connection with other devices, an IP sharing device should be used. In this case, select LAN as the NETWORK type. User will also need to configure the IP sharing device for port forwarding to allow for a network connection. For more information on port forwarding, see the documentation for your IP sharing device, or contact your network administrator. 32
  33. 33. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide E N G L I S H Figure 3.7.4. Network setup screen - ADSL 3-7-3. DDNS DDNS menu DDNS Select DDNS ON when you want to connect network with domain name instead of IP address. DDNS SERVER NAME ipdvrfree.com is factory default. Domain name is to be registered on ipdvrfree.com . Please refer to APPENDIX A-1 DDNS (Dynamic Domain Name Server) for the detailed registration procedure. 33
  34. 34. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide 3-8. STORAGE User can set recording mode in the hard disk drive or initiate format of the hard disk drive. Storage setup menu E OVERWRITE Overwrite existing material when hard disk drive is full. N Beep sound out when the hard disk drive is full. G Press the “ESC” button for 3 seconds to stop the sound. L FORMAT Format hard disk drive. I DISK INFO Press SEL button to see the HDDs information.(HDD size, recorded time) S LOAD SETUP FROM A USB Select ON and press the SEL button to load user defined values H from a USB memory stick. SAVE SETUP TO A USB Select ON and press the SEL button to save DVR system’s values into a USB memory stick. RECORD LIMIT Enable/Disable using limited recording day. RECORD LIMIT DAYS Set limited recording day. Figure 3.8.1. STORAGE setup screen 3-9. SAVE SETUP To preserve the changed setup values, save the values by selecting the SAVE SETUP menu and select YES. 34
  35. 35. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide 4. LIVE & SEARCH 4-1. Live Screen Various indicators showing the status of the DVR are shown as OSD symbols. Refer to Table 4.1.1 for the meanings of the indicators. E N G L I S H Figure 4.1.1. Live Screen Indicator Icons in Live Screen Continuous recording in progress. Manual recording in progress. Sensor alarm recording in progress. Motion alarm recording in progress. R:01 Indicates that Remote controller ID function is activated. Indicates mute sounds in live display mode. But, remote audio sounds in two-way audio. The selected channel sounds in live display mode. All channels sound in live display mode. 35
  36. 36. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide Indicates that enable alarm out function. Indicates that lock function is activated by remote controller to lock all operations of the system. E N Indicates that alarm output is activated. G L Alarm indicator. When there is an alarm (sensor alarm or motion alarm) in the video I channel, this icon will be highlighted in bright red. S H Indicates that a network client is connected to the DVR. Indicates that sequencing mode is enabled. Indicates the percentage of recorded data into HDD. “FULL” will be indicated once recorded data is full in HDD. This is occurred only in OVERWRITE OFF mode which is set from storage setup. Buttons for LIVE display mode Button Description Press to return to previous menu screen or cancel saving. Sound function in live display mode.(MUTE, Selected channel or All channel sound) Press enable/disable alarm out function. Press to start and stop manual recording. Press to select full screen or 4/ 9/ 16 split view. Press to select a channel number. Press +10 button and a number for selecting a channel number 10 to 16. BACKUP Press to start operations involving archiving still image in live mode. SEQ Press to start auto sequencing of the screen in full or quad view. (Toggle) PTZ Press to control PTZ operation. 36
  37. 37. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide 4-1-1. PTZF operation To operate the PTZF functions, connect the controller to the RS-485/422 port on the rear panel. In the PTZ control setting in the setup menu, user can select or set the protocol type of the camera which is the same as the one that is installed on the site. If the camera has a specific E camera ID, select the camera ID using Left or Right button. The PTZ function button is found on N the front panel. Once you press the PTZ button, the screen will appear as in figure 4.4.1. G Highlight the item to select and control the cameras by using the UP and DOWN or LEFT and L RIGHT buttons. I S Button functions in PTZF control H PAN / TILT UP or DOWN button for TILT control. LEFT or RIGHT button for PAN control. ZOOM / FOCUS UP or DOWN button for ZOOM IN/OUT control. LEFT or RIGHT button for FOCUS NEAR/FAR control. INITIALIZE Initialize the PTZ settings of the selected camera. Figure 4.4.1. PTZF control screen 37
  38. 38. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide 4-2. SEARCH Press the button to enter search mode in live display mode. E N G L I S H Figure 4.2.1. Search window 4-2-1. TIME LINE Search The TIME-LINE SEARCH window is used to find the stored video by using the time line bar. Figure 4.2.2. Time line search screen 1. Select the date of the video to begin searching by using the LEFT or RIGHT button to navigate through the day. And press the SEL button to move to the time line search window. 2. Use the LEFT or RIGHT button to select a time zone on the 24hours time table. Once you have selected the time zone, press the SEL button to move to the 60 minutes time table and select ALL or each channel(CH X) for playing back the recorded video. 3. Once you select channels, then move the time line select Bar to the point you wish to 38
  39. 39. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide start playing video (recorded video is indicated by a Blue line) by using the LEFT or RIGHT button. 4. Press the SEL button to playback the recorded video. 4-2-2. EVENT Search E The EVENT SEARCH window is used to find the stored video. 3 categories of search filters can N be applied: DATE, CHANNEL and TYPE. Use the SEL button to move down the categories and G use the ESC button to move up the categories. L I S H Figure 4.2.3. Event search screen Figure 4.2.4. Event search Searching for an event: 1. Select the date of the video to begin searching, Use the LEFT or RIGHT button to navigate through the day. Use the UP or DOWN button to change the values. 2. Once you have selected the date, press the SEL button to move to the CHANNEL selector. 3. Use the LEFT or RIGHT button to change the channel selection from ALL to any of the 39
  40. 40. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide four available channels. 4. Once you have selected the channel, press the SEL button to move to the TYPE selector. Select icon to search events for all channel. 5. Use the LEFT or RIGHT button to change the type of recording. E A : ALL event recording N M : Motion event recording G S : Sensor event recording L R : Manual recording I C : Continous recording S 6. Once you have selected the type of recording to search for, press the SEL button to H produce a list of instances that fit the search criteria. 7. Use the UP and DOWN button to scroll through the onscreen listings. 8. Use the LEFT and RIGHT buttons to display events that happened previous to or after the current selection. 9. Once the desired event has been selected, press the SEL button to playback the selected video. 4-2-3. GO TO SPECIFIC TIME You can search for specified data by setting the time and date in this menu. Use the LEFT or RIGHT button to move from left to right in this menu. Use the UP or DOWN button to set the date and time. Figure 4.2.5. Specific time search 4-2-4. GO TO FIRST TIME You can access to the first data which has been recorded into the HDD disk by pressing this menu. 40
  41. 41. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide 4-2-5. GO TO LAST TIME You can access to the last data which has been recorded into the HDD disk by pressing this menu. 4-2-6. LOG E User can see the system log list by selecting this item. N G L I S H Figure 4.2.6. LOG search screen 1. Select the date of the log to begin searching by using the LEFT or RIGHT button to navigate through the day. 2. Once you have selected the date, press the SEL button to produce a list of instances that fit the search criteria. 3. Use the LEFT and RIGHT buttons to display events that happened previous to or after the current selection. 41
  42. 42. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide 4-2-7. ARCHIVE The ARCHIVE LIST window is used to find booked file list for archiving to the backup device. E N G L I S H Figure 4.2.7. Archive list search screen 1. Select the date on the calendar to begin searching by using the LEFT or RIGHT button. 2. Once you have selected the date, press the SEL button to move to the list of recording data. 3. Use the UP or DOWN button to scroll through the onscreen listings. 4. Once the desired event has been selected, press the SEL button to see the video in paused mode. 5. Press the BACKUP button to archive the video into USB memory stick or USB CD-RW. 42
  43. 43. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide 4-3. Playback mode E N G L I S H Figure 4.3.1. Playback mode screen Button functions in Playback mode Button Description Press to rewind the footage at 1x, 2x, 4x and 8x speeds. Press to fast forward the footage at 1x, 2x, 4x and 8x speeds. Press to play or pause recorded video. Jump/Step backward. – The playback position moves 1 minute backward. Jump/Step forward – The playback position moves 1 minute forward. Return to the previous menu screen, search list, or exit menu BACKUP Press the BACKUP button to archive the video into HDD. 43
  44. 44. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide 5. Archiving Video into CD-RW or USB storage device User can archive a still image or video to a CD-RW or USB storage device. E 5-1. Archiving images or videos N Still images can be captured and stored into the hard disk drive in live mode or while playing G back recorded video. L I 5-1-1. Archive images in live mode S Press BACKUP button to capture and store the still image in live mode. Once you press the H BACKUP button, the screen display “STILL IMAGE ARCHIVED”. Then the screen will be displayed as shown in Figure 5.1.1. Select USB stick or CD-RW by using UP/DOWN button. Press SEL button to transfer the data into the storage devices.(If you don’t transfer the data, press ESC button or select NO and press SEL button.) Figure 5.1.1. Archive a image in live screen mode 5-1-2. Archive images in playback mode Press BACKUP button to capture and store the still image while playing back recorded video. Once you press the BACKUP button, the screen will be displayed as shown in Figure 5.1.2. Select STILL by using LEFT/RIGHT button and press SEL button. Then the screen will ask to backup. Select USB stick or CD-RW by using UP/DOWN button. Press SEL button to transfer the data into the storage devices.(If you don’t transfer the data, press ESC button or select NO and press SEL button.) 44
  45. 45. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide E N G L I Figure 5.1.2. Archive a image in playback mode S 5-1-3. Archive videos H A video can be captured and stored into the hard disk drive while playing back recorded video. Press BACKUP button to capture and store the video while playing back recorded video. Once you press the BACKUP button, the screen will be displayed as shown in Figure 5.1.3. Select VIDEO by using LEFT/RIGHT button and press SEL button. Then the screen will ask to backup. Select USB stick or CD-RW by using UP/DOWN button. Press SEL button to transfer the data into the storage devices.(If you don’t transfer the data, press ESC button or select NO and press SEL button.) Figure 5.1.3. Archive a video 45
  46. 46. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide 5-2. Transferring still images or videos into CD-RW or USB memory stick To begin transferring stored image or video into a CD-RW or USB memory stick, 1. Insert a CD or Connect a USB memory stick. E 2. Press the button and select ARCHIVE LIST from menu to bring up the N G ARCHIVE LIST screen which will allow you to specify a date to search stored images or L videos. I 3. Press the SEL button to retrieve lists of archived image or video. S 4. Select and display one of the files on the screen in the archived list by using the UP, H DOWN and SEL button. 5. Select one of storage devices. 6. Press the BACKUP button to transfer the data to the storage devices. If there is no enough space in the storage device, the DVR will popup the message that there is no space in the storage device. User can transfer images and videos into the storage devices after archiving in live mode or playback mode. (Refer 5-1.Archiving images or videos) The DVR system is compatible with USB2.0 support. Connect a USB2.0 memory stick only. When you make a backup file into a CD, use CD-RW device on system. During the backup, the DVR will operate in Simplex. Maximum backup file size is 600MB for CD. Do not open the CD-ROM driver util writing a CD. If there is proper COCDEC installed in a computer, it is possible that the backup data can not be playbecked. In case of that the backup data in USB device is not properly play backed in multi-media software on a computer, user need to install ‘ffdshow’ CODEC that supplied on Network Client S/W CD or DivX CODEC from http://www.divx.com/divx/download/ 46
  47. 47. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide 6. Network Client Software The DVR provides a live remote monitoring feature. Remote monitoring requires installation of a software client program on your PC. A LAN connection using the RJ45 connector on the rear panel is mandatory for remote connection. For detailed features of the client program, please E refer to the client program user guide. N For local operation purposes, the frame rate is limited to 1 frame/sec when there is no recording G operation in the DVR. When recording is under progress, video frame rate for the live monitoring L will follow the recording frame rate. I S 6-1. Overview H The remote software supports recording, remote live viewing, search, playback and system configurations. By installing the Network Client Software on a Window PC, you can monitor real-time and recorded images via optional Ethernet network. This includes the ability to monitor video, playback recorded video and change operating parameters. DVR allows maximum 4 users to access by network. In high bandwidth network, maximum 4 user can access on one DVR. In low bandwidth network, one user network access is highly recommended. 6-2. Minimum PC requirements Minimum Recommended CPU Intel Pentium Ⅲ Intel Pentium Ⅳ 500Mhz 2Ghz Memory 128MB 256MB VGA Super VGA - 16MB Super VGA - 64MB Resolution 1024x768 1024x768 Disk space 10MB 10MB OS Windows 2000 Windows 2000, Professional, XP Network 10/100Base T 10/100Base T Others Direct X 8.1 Direct X 8.1 or Higher Before installing the client software, check the PC specifications. The Network Client Software may not perform correctly if the PC does not meet the minimum requirements. 47
  48. 48. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide 6-3. Installing the software 1. Insert the provided CD into the CD-ROM drive of your PC. 2. Run client.exe to start the installation process. E 3. Double click Network Client icon to start the client software. N G L I 6-4. Live viewer S H When installation is complete, double click the CLIENT icon on your desktop to start the software. 6-4-1. Main user interface 48
  49. 49. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide 6-4-2. Main control panel Display the current date and time. Click this icon to connect to the DVR. E N G L IP Address: Enter IP Address or Domain Name of DVR. I Port No.: Enter port number of DVR. S Protocol: Select TCP or UDP. H Click this icon to search for recorded videos. When network is connected, user can playback remote data. Click this icon to lock all operations of client software. Control of PAN/TILT & ZOON FOCUS of the remote camera. PAN left /right TILT up/down ZOOM in/out FOCUS in/out Click icons to enlarge the channel and to rotate channels. Click this icon to capture a still image Click this icon to play/pause live video. Enable or disable recording of live video to local disk which has been set in setup menu. Click this icon to setup configuration of client software. Click this icon to exit from the operations of client software. 49
  50. 50. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide Use the volume control bar to set the audio level. You E can select the audio on or off by clicking the audio icon. N G HDD storage usage indicator of DVR. L I The alarm output indicator lights up for 5 seconds if S alarm output is activated on the DVR. H 6-5. Search and Playback Viewer 6-5-1. Main user interface You can access to search window by clicking the search icon on the upper left of main user interface. 50
  51. 51. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide 6-5-2. Main control panel Displays the recording time of the selected data by adjusting of scale in the middle of the bottom of the main E user interface. N G Click this icon to see live videos. L I The calendar shows dates with recorded video in a light S Blue and the selected date in Red color. H Click this icon to capture a still image of recorded video. Save Path: User can select or make a folder that captured image is saved. File: Enter file name of captured image. File Format: Select file format from BMP or JPG. Click this icon to set the beginning time for backup of the recorded video in AVI format. Click this icon to set the ending time for backup of the recorded video in AVI format. Click this icon to backup the recorded video in AVI format. 51
  52. 52. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide E N G Click to play/pause the recorded video. L I Click to reverse 1 frame. S H Click to rewind the video at 2x and 4x speeds in playback mode. The timeline shows recorded data in Green on the bar. You can adjust the time line scale and move it to the time you wish to playback. Then click the play icon to display the recorded video. Click to shows timeline of recorded data in a hour. Click to shows timeline of the selected channel. 6-5-3. Back up You can backup the recorded videos in AVI format on search viewer. 1. First you have to set the beginning time by using the scale. Please click MARK IN icon , when the scale of the Green timeline is located on the target time as the beginning time of backup. 2. Set the ending time on the blue timeline by dragging the scale on the target time as the ending time of backup and clicking MARK OUT icon . Then, color of the timeline between the beginning time and ending time will be changed into dark Green. 3. Next, click the backup icon and the pop up window appears as below. 52
  53. 53. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide E N G L I S You can also set the beginning time and ending time on this pop up window. H 6-6. System configuration Click the setup icon to setup the configuration of Network Client Software. 6-6-1. General Once you click the setup icon, this pop up window appears. Select security options and set a password. Then when you access any of the selected functions, you need to enter the password. You can also set the save path for capturing, backup. 53
  54. 54. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide Security Option: Set a password for security options. Initial PW setting: Do not enter any PW on ‘Old Password’. Enter the same PW on ‘New Password’ and ‘Confirm Password’, then press ‘OK’ button. E From 2nd PW setting: User need to enter PW on ‘Old N Password’ tochange PW. G L Save Path: Specify the location to record the receiving video for Backup and still image I for Capture. S Automatic reconnection: If a user selects this function, client S/W will automatically try H to connect the finally connected IP address, after the network is disconnected. Display network statistics: If a user selects this function, client S/W will display network status, Bit rate and Frame rate. Time Format: Change the way the Client software displays the time. 6-6-2. Site This option shows the channel information of the DVR and allows you to change the channel title. You may use alpha and numerical characters for channel name. (i.e. [A~Z], [a~z] or [0~9]) 54
  55. 55. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide 6-6-3. Event You can set event items, the amount of local disk space you want to allow, and the save path for the log. E N G L I S H LOG – Select to save event log into ‘log file’. ICON – Select to display event on live video. EVENT LIST – Select to show event on ‘Event List” window of live mode. You can search and check the recorded log data. 55
  56. 56. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide 6-6-4. Record You can set the recording conditions for Always, Event, or Auto recording. You can also select individual channels or all channels to record. E N G L I S H When you set the recording condition to event, you can set event for motion or alarm with duration. And you also can set each or all channels to record. 56
  57. 57. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide 6-6-5. Disk You can select the local disk to use and the amount of disk space you want to allow the program to use for recording. You can also select the option to overwrite data or stop recording when the maximum amount of disk space is full. E N G L I S H C:₩storage will be created and the data will be recorded in this folder. 6-6-6. About “About” provides network client version information. 57
  58. 58. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide 7. Firmware Upgrade The DVR is designed to be upgraded through firmware updates. Firmware upgrades can be initiated in engineering mode. To start engineering mode, do the following: E In order to upgrade, the upgrade firmware file must be copied into the USB memory stick. Create a new folder name as ‘UPGRADE’ into the USB memory drive and copy the new N firmware file “app.bin” into the folder. G The folder name should be “upgrade”. L The upgrade firmware must be downloaded from the USB memory stick only. I S Do the firmware upgrade as follows: H 1. Press the “SETUP” button and enter the admin password. 2. Go to the SECURITY and select the ADMIN PASSWORD. 3. Enter the password as “12341234”, and press the “SEL” button. 4. The engineering mode screen “DVR DIAGNOSTICS” will appear. 5. Select USB UPGRADE, and then the upgrading will start automatically. 6. After the upgrade is completed, DVR will reboot and “DVR DIAGNOSTICS” will appear again. Select BOOT APPLICATION to reboot DVR. Figure 6.1. Engineering mode screen It is highly recommended that user should not enter “MAC Configuration”, “RTC Configuration”, and “License Key”. These fields are only for production purpose. If user enters these fields and change setting or value, it will cause system failure and malfunction. 58
  59. 59. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide APPENDIX A-1. DDNS (Dynamic Domain Name Server) If you are using DYNAMIC addressing from your ISP (Internet Service Provider), you will need E to register with our DDNS service. N We recommend that you first determine if you are using dynamic addressing and, if so, register G your DVR on our DDNS website. L You do not need to register with our DDNS service if you were supplied a STATIC IP address I from your ISP. Please check with your ISP if you are unsure of how your IP address is S configured. H To join our DDNS service, you will have to provide an ID and Password. A-1-1. Creating an ID and password on our free DDNS Service 1. Access our DDNS Website by going to: http://www.IpdvrFree.com 2. Click on the “Member Join” button, on the lower right hand side of the webpage. 59
  60. 60. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide E N G L I S H 3. Enter an ID (which must be more than 4 and less than 12 characters, alpha and or numerical). Please check your ID with the “[check]” button to make sure the ID you choose is available. Choose your Password (which also must be more than 4 and less than 12 characters, alpha and or numerical). Confirm your (Password). Enter your Name and E-Mail address. 4. The registration will be complete once you click the “OK” button. The DDNS Service Administer will send a confirmation e-mail to the Subscriber’s e-mail address, so please enter your e-mail address correctly. A-1-2. Domain Name Registration 60
  61. 61. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide 1. Once your registration is complete, enter your User ID and Password on the main page. Once you are logged on, you should see the following message: “Welcome to DVR management server : guest” E N G L I S H 2. After login, click the “Registration” button to go to the Server Registration page. 3. At the Server Registration page, enter the “Serial Number” and “Registration No.” which is attached to the rear of the unit. 4. Choose a “Domain name”. Remember: the ID and password you used to register with our DDNS service is separate and not the same as your “Domain name”. You may use alpha and numerical characters as well as hyphens for your Domain name. (i.e. [A~Z], [a~z], [0~9] or [-] for your domain name and it is case sensitive). Please check 61
  62. 62. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide your Domain name with the “[check]” button to make sure the Domain name you choose is available. Registration will be complete once you click the “OK” button. 5. After your Domain name registration is complete, click the “List” button at the top of the page, E your Domain name should be appear on the list if your registration was successful. N G L I S H A-1-3. Access to DVR by Domain Name If your DDNS service registration is successful, you can access your DVR through the provided Network Client S/W. Access via the Network Client S/W Open your Client S/W program and click the on the “connect” button. A DVR Server Management window will appear. Enter your domain name in the “IP Address” field at the Server Connect window. (Refer to your Network Client S/W manual for more detailed instructions.) 62
  63. 63. 9 / 16 Channel DVR User Guide A-1-4. Domain Name Management You can register multiple domain names at the DDNS Service website. You can also edit or delete your domain name here at anytime. When you click your URL from the Host Name LIST, you can access a specific DVR by your web browser. The “Status” column shows the elapsed time since your last update. E N G Status Specification L Elapsed time since last update is Less than 5 minutes I Elapsed time since last update is more than 5 minutes and less then 20 minutes S Elapsed time since last update is more than 20 minutes H No update history Modifying or Deleting your Domain name: Check ① and click “[Info change]” to modify your Domain name information. Check ① and click “[Delete]” to delete your Domain name. 63

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