H.264 NETWORK Embedded DVR USER

H.264 NETWORK     Embedded DVR   USER

MANUAL   V 1. 0 – 3 5 2 0
CONTENT No table of contents entries found. 1 INTRODUCTION 1.1
PRODUCT INTRODUCTION This product is a 8ch/16 channels
D1/HD1/CIF resolution Digital Video Recorder which has local
recording, playback, support triple code remote network
surveillance, data backup, parameter setting, motion detection,
I/O alarm setting, PTZ, USB mouse, USB2.0 data backup, IE
browser and back up. 1.2 PRODUCT FEATURE H.264 compression Two
USB interface, USB2.0 for data backup, USB1.1 for mouse
operation. Supports 2 pcs 3.5″ SATA HDD Special file
system for security 16 bit colour translucent user-friendly
GUI, with notes for selected menu items. Multi-channels
playback simultaneously Double level user management Supports
live view, parameter setting and copy playback video via
network. 1.2.1

SPECIFICATION

Item Device Performance index
System Language Multinational language
GUI Graphic menu
Password User password, administrator password
Video Video in 8ch/16ch composite video input 1.0V p-p,
IMPEDANCE75?, BNC
Video out 2ch complex video output 1.0V p-p, IMPEDANCE75?,
BNC
Video display 1/4/9/16 switch
Video standard PAL, 25F/s, CCIR625LINE, 50SCENE NTSC, 30F/s,
CCIR525LINE, 60SCENE
Audio Audio input 8ch/16ch audio input, impedance 600?, RCA
Audio output 1ch audio output, impedance 600?, RCA
Basic electricity output Linearity electricity
Record style Audio video recorded simultaneously
Audio compression ADPCM
Picture proceeding and store Picture compression H.264
Resolution CIF/D1
Streaming style ISO14496-10
Audio style ADPCM
Video code rate CIF: 384~768 KBPS (optional) HD1:512~1024KBPS
(optional) D1:896~1280KBPS (optional)
Audio code rate 32KB/s
Data storage Support mainstream SATA HDD
Alarm Alarm input 8/16 alarm input
Alarm output 2/4 alarm output
Connector Serial interface Support RS485
Network interface RJ45, 10M/100M
USB Mouse USB1.1
Thumb drive USB2.0
VGA VGA output Support 800×600, 1024X768, 1280X1024, 1366X768,
1440 x900 resolution
HDMI HDMI output Support 720P, 1080I, 1080P
Software PC playback Playback video file
Software upgrade Support USB firmware upgrade
Others Voltage input AC: 110~240V
Power 16W WITHOUT HDD
Working temperature -10—-50

1.2.2 BASIC WORKING PARAMETER

Item Parameter Description
Video impedance input 75? 75? each channel
Video output 1Vp-p 1Vp-p CVBS signal
I/O 0—2V Low voltage alarm
5V-30v High voltage alarm
RS485 Connects to PTZ, (Pelco-D, PELCO-P)
SATA HDD 2 SATA HDD with mainstream capacity

1.3 ENVIRONMENT ADAPTABILITY

For safety while using the DVR and to prolong device life, please pay attention to the
following details When installing device, please comply with
all the electric product safety criteria. Do not put any object
on DVR : Power and ground: Do not touch the power and DVR with
a wet HAND DO not drop liquid on DVR Please use soft dry cloth
to clean DVR; do not use chemical impregnate. The Device will
have voltage before start up if the power line is connected to
power source. Please unplug power line from power source if the
Device is not intended to be used for a prolonged time.
2. DEVICE OPERATION MANUAL In device operation, the enter key
on remote control has the same function as left click of the
mouse. 2.1 REMOTE KEY INSTRUCTION 2.1.1 REMOTE CONTROL The
remote control is the secondary input device for navigating the
system’s interface. To use the remote control: STANDBY: Press
to turn standby mode ON/OFF. LOGIN/LOCK: If “Security” has been
enabled in THE SETUP menu, press to open the user password
login screen. Number/Channel buttons: While in menus, press
buttons 0~9 to enter values; during live viewing, press to view
channels in full-screen.


: Press to switch between quad and split-screen displays. PTZ:
Press to open the PTZ control window. Playback CONTROLS:
: Increase reverse playback speed 2X, 4X, 8X. :
Press to start playback. : Press to increase forward playback speed 2X, 4X,
8X. : Press to slow playback speed by 1/2, 1/4, 1/8. : Press to
to advance frame-by-frame. •¦: Press to freeze playback to one
frame. : Press to stop playback. SERACH: Press to stop PLAYBACK
9. +/ – : In menus, press to adjust values. ¦ RECORD: PRESS to
start manual recording, then press AGAIN TO stop manual
recording. 10. MENU: Opens the main menu. 11. EXIT: Close menu
windows 12. EXTRA: For the future use. 13. Navigation/OK:
: Move cursor in menus up; : Move cursor in menus
right; : Move cursor in menus left; : Move cursor in menus
down;

TIP: When using the remote control to enter
password and camera titles, select the field using the
navigation buttons, press ENTER, and then press the
number buttons.

OK: In menus, press to confirm selections; during
playback and preview, press to view system information
2.1.2 MOUSE OPERATION The mouse is the primary input device for
navigating system menus. NOTE: Unless otherwise noted, all
system functions described in this manual are achieved through
mouse input. To use a mouse with the system: Connect a USB
mouse to the USB MOUSE port on front panel of the system.

Figure 1.0 Connect a USB mouse to the USB port on the front
panel   Use the mouse buttons to perform the following:
Left-Button: Click to select a menu option; during live viewing
in split-screen, double-click on a channel to view the selected
channel in full-screen.; double-click the channel again to
return to split-screen view • Right-Button: Click to open the
Sub-Menu Scroll-Wheel: No function. Figure 1.1 Mouse button
operation • 2.2 SYSTEM OPERATION 2.2.1 USER LOGIN 2.2.1.1
STARTING THE SYSTEM To power the system ON/OFF: Connect the
power cable to the power port on the rear panel. At start up,
the system performs a basic system check and runs an initial
loading sequence. After a few moments, the system loads a live
display view. Standby Mode The system can also be put into
Standby Mode. Power will remain to the system but will not be
recording. To start/stop Standby mode: Press and hold the POWER
button on the front panel or remote control until the prompt
closes. The system enters standby mode. Press and hold the
POWER button on the front panel or remote control until the
system beeps. The system will begin powering up. Password
ATTENTION: By default, passwords are empty on the system. You
do not need to enter a password when accessing any system
menus. However, for security purposes, it is highly recommended
to enable passwords on the system using the Password Menu.
NOTE: If there is no HDD in device, or the device cannot read
the HDD, or the HDD is not formatted it will display
an    H    will display
on the video preview interface. To open the Main Menu:
? ? You must format the HDD in the DVR
before use. The steps are as follows: menu > HDD management
> format. After formatting, the system will restart. 2.2.1.2
SYSTEM LOGIN Right-click anywhere on screen to open the
Sub-Menu and select MAIN MENU (mouse only), or press the
LOGIN/LOCK button on the remote control. NOTE: If passwords are
enabled on the system, you need to select your Device ID and
enter the 6-digit numerical password to open the Main Menu.


2.2.2 USING THE MAIN MENU DISPLAY:

Configure video display settings.

RECORD:
Configure recording parameters (quality, resolution), set
record modes, and enable/disable audio recording.* NETWORK: Use
the Network Setup menu to configure your network and DDNS
settings.

SEARCH: Search and playback recorded video on your
system.

DEVICES: Opens the DEVICES Menu, which lets you setup
the HDD, alarm, PTZ, mobile and motion detect. SYSTEM: Opens
the DEVICES Menu, which lets you setup the date/time, password,
video/audio, language, info and maintain. Displays information
about the contents of the selected Main Menu icon. *Audio
capable cameras (not included) are required for audio recording
on the system.   2.2.2.1     DISPLAY
Use the Display Setup menu to customize channel titles,
show/hide the date and time in live viewing and playback, and
enable/disable preview channels.
To customize Display settings1) Configure the following option
TITLE: Click any of the fields and enter a new title for
the selected channel using the Virtual Keyboard (mouse only)
POSITION: Reposition the channel title; select U-L/D-L/U-R/D-R,
or OFF. If OFF, the Title will not be displayed for the
selected channel •••• time during live viewing COLOR: Adjust
CHROMATICITY, LUMINOSITY, CONTRAST, and SATURATION for the
selected channel DISPLAY TIME WHILE IN LIVE VIEW: Select ON/OFF
to show/ hide the date and DISPLAY TIME WHILE RECORDING: Select
ON/OFF to show/hide the date AND TIME during playback. 2) Click
NEXT PAGE to change the settings for the remaining CHANNELS
(8-channel models only). 3 Click APPLY to save your settings.
Click CLOSE in the confirmation window. To enable/disable
preview channels: ) LIVE Live channels can be very useful if
your display monitor is in public view. Select OFF of a preview
channel will appear black on the display to give the impression
that no cameras are connected and the system is not recording.
Choose a channel you wish to conceal. For example, channel 3.
Under PREVIEW, ))select ) OFF. Click APPLY. Channel 3 will turn
black. Click CLOSE in the confirmation window.
3     Click EXIT in all menus until al
windows are closed. 2.2.2.2     RECORD
SETUP Configure record parameters, enable/disable audio. NOTE:
Audio capable cameras (not included) are required for audio
recording.


To configure recording options: Under RECORD, use the
drop-down menus and select ON/OFF to enable/disable recording
from the selected channel. Under RESOLUTION, CIF, HD1, D1,
support 4 D1 recoding. Under BITRATE, Select GOOD, MID, or LOW,
Setup code rate for recording, corresponding to
384Kbps    512Kbps and 768Kbps. Under
FRAMERATE, frame-rate of each channel could be adjusted which
limited by the total RESOURCE (PAL 400 f/s, NTSC 480 f/s). The
total frame of the channels could not be out of the limit. The
transformation of D1, HD1 and CIF is 1 D1=4 CIF, 1HD1=2CIF.
Under AUDIO, select ENABLE or DISABLE. If audio recording is
enabled, the system Will record audio from connected audio
capable came?    raps (not included). Under
REC. MODE, select POWER UP or TIMER RECORD. If you select
ALWAYS, the system will record continuously (Normal Recording)
when the system is powered on. If you select SCHEDULE, you have
to set a recording schedule on the system. 7) Under REC. SIZE,
select 15MIN, 30MIN, 45MIN, or 60MIN. NOTE: Record Size sets
the file size for recorded video files on the system. Instead
of recording data as one large file, the system will divide the
data into blocks of 15, 30, 45, or 60 minutes. This makes the
recorded data easier to search. 8) Click APPLY. Click CLOSE in
the confirmation window. Click EXIT in every menu until all
windows are closed. Recording Schedule By default, the system
is set to record continuously. You can program the system to
record according to a customized recording schedule.

The Schedule Grid shows the days of the week and hours
0~23. You can set Alarm Recording (Red), General (Normal)
Recording (Green), or No Recording (Blue) to each time block of
each day. To set a recording schedule: Open the Main Menu and
click RECORD. Under REC. MODE, select TIMER RECORD. Click
SCHEDULE. The Schedule menu opens. Under CHANNEL, select
specific channels or select ALL. Below the grid, click either
ALARM (red), GENERAL (Green), or NO RECORD (Blue) and then
click a time block on the desired day. Use the FROM/TO
drop-down menus to copy the schedule of one day to another. For
example, if you want your schedule for Monday to be the same on
Wednesday: under FROM select MON, under TO select WED, and then
click COPY. Click APPLY. Click EXIT in each menu until all
windows are closed. Example You want your system to record
continuously on all channels from 9 AM to 5 PM Monday to
Friday. You also want Alarm/Motion recording from 5 PM to 9 AM.
You do not want the system to record Saturday or Sunday. NOTE:
By default, the system is set to record continuously 24 hours a
day, 7 days a week. To set the recording schedule: Open the
Schedule menu. Under CHANNEL, select ALL. Click the blue NO
RECORD block below the grid. A checkmark will appear in the
block. Under SUN, click blocks 00~23. The blocks will turn
blue. Under FROM, select SUN. Under TO select SAT, and then
click COPY. Click the red ALARM block below the grid. Under
MON, click blocks 00~08 and blocks 18~23. The blocks will turn
red. Under FROM, select MON. Under TO select TUE, and then
click COPY. Repeat for Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. Your
completed schedule should the same as the schedule.
Click SAVE. Click CLOSE in the confirmation window.
Click EXIT in all menus until all windows are closed.
2.2.2.3     NETWORK SETUP Use the Network
Setup menu to configure your network and DNS settings.

To configure network settings: Under TYPE, select DHCP, PPPoE, or STATIC. If
DHCP, go to step 5. If PPPoE, go to step 2. If STATIC, go to
step 3. NOTE: DHCP allows you to quickly connect to your
network by obtaining an IP address FROM THE router. After the
initial setup, we recommend that you disable DHCP and set the
IP address between 1~100. For example, if your IP address is
192.168.0.107, change the last digits to 90 (i.e.
192.163.0.90). This ensures that port forwarding will not
change in the event of power failure or resetting of your
network. If you select PPPoE in step 1, enter your PPPoE user
name and password in the ) respective fields using the Virtual
Keyboard.
If you selected STATIC in step 1, enter your IP
Address, Net mask, and Gateway in the Respective fields using
the Virtual Keyboard. Desired port not blocked by your Internet
service p (ISP). Please note however, that you NOTE: The
default IP address of the system is 192.168.3.97
4     if necessary, change the Media and
Web Ports. NOTE: For added security, we strongly recommend
changing Web port 80 on the system to any Will also need to
update the Web port in your browser and open this new port in
your router. Click APPLY. Click CLOSE in the confirmation
window. Click EXIT in all menus until all windows are closed.
The system restarts automatically.   Manual DNS Enter the
Primary or Secondary DNS from your router. This is required for
DDNS to function properly. To obtain your Primary or Secondary
DNS: In your web browser, log in to your router using its
Default Gateway address. NOTE: Refer to your router`s manual or
software for login information. You can also get the Default
Gateway on your PC by selecting Start>Run. Type CMD and
press Enter. In the Command Prompt window type ipconfig and
press Enter. View its WAN settings. Enter the Primary or
Secondary DNS address in the MANUAL DNS field on your system.

DDNS: A DDNS account allows you to set up a web site
address that points back to your Local Network. NOTE: You must
register DDNS service prior to configuring DDNS settings.

Visit
https:/ /www.dyndns.com to register.   .
To configure DDNS settings: 1) From the Network Setup
menu, enter Primary or Secondary DNS from the WAN settings of
your router in the MANUAL DNS field. 2) Click DDNS SETTINGS.
Under DDNS, select ON. Under SERVICE, select ltscctv, dyndns or
perfecteyes and so on. Under DOMAIN NAME, enter your DDNS
domain from the confirmation email. For example, if your domain
name is adam@dyndns.com, you need to enter
adam@dyndns.com, in the text field. 6
Enter your DDNS user name and password in the respective
fields. 7) Click APPLY. Click CLOSE in the confirmation
window. 8     Click EXIT. The system will
prompt you that it must restart. Click CLOSE. ) 2.2.2.4
SEARCH )Search and playback recorded
video on your system.     NOTE: When you first open
the Search menu, it will display the current month and date. To
perform a Quick Search: Open the Search menu and click PLAY.
The last minute of recorded playback begins. To perform a Date
& Time search: Under CH, select individual channels or
select ALL. Under DATE, click the field and enter the desired
date using the Virtual Keyboard and then click SEARCH. The
system searches for date. Under VIDEO STATE, the system shows
recorded events in a Month Grid and a Time Grid. The selected
day of the month will be outlined in red. Green=normal
recording; Red=alarm recording (includes both alarm and motion
events). Click a date in the month grid to view recorded video
files for that selected date in the hour grid.
During playback, input hour and minute, press play, DVR will
play with 16 CH (1 CH with D1 files) FILE LIST Use the File
List sub-menu to see a detailed list of all the recorded video
on your system. To open the File List: 1) From the Search Menu,
click SEARCH to search the system for recorded video. 2) Click
FILE LIST at the bottom of the menu. The File List menu opens.

To use the File List: Under TYPE, select NORMAL to view only
normal recordings, ALARM, to view alarm recordings (includes
alarm and motion detection), or ALL to view all video on your
system. Use the buttons on the side panel to navigate the file
list: FIRST: Jump to the first page of the list ••••••• PREV.:
Turn to the previous page NEXT: Turn to the next page LAST:
Jump to the last page of the list ALL: Select all files OTHER:
Clear all files BACKUP: After selecting a file(s), click to
begin copying the data to a USB flash drive (not included);
BACKUP Use the File List sub-menu to find recorded video on
your system and copy it to a USB flash drive (not included).
NOTE: The system is compatible with most major brands of USB
flash drives, with capacities from 256 MB to 4 GB. To backup
recorded data: Connect a blank USB flash drive to the USB port
on the front panel of the system. Open the Search menu and
search for recorded data on the system. 3) Click FILE LIST.
Select the files you want to backup and click the
“BAK” box next to the file name. Select multiple
files if desired. Click ALL to select all files; click OTHER to
deselect all files. NOTE: The size of each file is shown in the
File List menu. Use this to help you find a USB FLASH DRIVE
large enough to hold all the files you wish to backup. Click
BACKUP from the side-panel to immediately begin copying the
files to the USB flash drive. NOTE: Backup progress appears in
the status window. DO NOT remove the USB flash drive during
backup.  
Instruction: 1) When the space in backup device is less
than recording file, the system will prompt “Space not
enough”… You can remove USB device directly when backup
is finished Instruction: MONTH: It will show all the recording
status in this month. Green means normal recording, Red means
alarm recording, Grounding means no recording. Click any date
in this frame to search the recording status of that day. The
searching result will be showed in the date frame below. DAY:
It will show all the recording status in this day. You can
playback the record file in this period by clicking the
corresponding period. PLAYBACK: You can press
Enter     to input
number directly to setup playback time. After setting, move the
cursor to “PLAYBACK” and
PRESS”A?    ?    PPLY”
to enter the video playback of that time. You can also select
any period of time in the video status frame after searching;
then press “APPLY” to enter the video playback of
that period. FILE LIST: Enter the video file list interface of
the selected date. 2.2.3 DEVICES MANAGEMENT Advanced Features
include HDD, ALARM, PTZ, MOBILE and MOTION DETECT.
2.2.3.1 HDD MANAGE
Displays essential information about the system`s internal hard
drive, and lets you format the internal HDD and external USB
flash drive (not included).
The HDD menu displays the following: HDD STATUS: The system
will display “OK” for normal operation ALL/FREE: The
size (in Gigabytes) of the internal hard disk drive. The size
of your system`s internal hard drive will vary by model /The
space (in gigabytes) remaining on the system`s internal HDD
•••• record settings FREE TIME: The recording time (in hours)
remaining on the HDD based on your current OVERWRITE: Select
ENABLE or DISABLE. If Overwrite is enabled, the system will
record over the oldest video data once the HDD is full. If
Overwrite is disabled, the system will stop recording once the
HDD is full. Formatting the Hard Drive ATTENTION: Formatting
the HDD will erases all video data. This step cannot be Undone.
Formatting the USB Flash Drive Use a USB flash drive to backup
recorded video and upgrade the system`s firmware. You should
always format the USB flash drive you intend to use with the
system. NOTE: Not formatting the USB flash drive may result in
improper functionality. 2.2.3.2 ALARM SETUP Use the Alarm menu
to configure alarm and email settings. NOTE: External alarm
devices must be connected to the alarm block on the rear panel
of the system in order to use the I/O (input/ output) alarms of
the system.
To configure alarm settings: 1     Under
I/O CHANNEL, select NO (Normal Open), NC (Normal Closed), or
OFF. Click NEXT PAGE to view additional channels (8-channel
models only). ) ••••••— VIDEO LOSS, :, OR: The alarm will sound
when a camera is disconnected Apply loss alarms to the
following: HDD LOSS: The alarm will sound if the internal HDD
is damaged HDD SPACE: The alarm will sound when the HDD is full
(overwrite must be disabled) Under ALARM MANAGE, configure the
following: OUTPUT: Set the output time (in seconds) on the spot
monitor from 0s, 10s, 20s, 40s, or 60s. BUZZER: Set the time
(in seconds) for the buzzer when an alarm is
triggered    0s, 10s 20s
40s    60s NOTE: Set the buzzer to 0s if
you want to disable the alarm during motion detection DURATION:
Set the time (in seconds) for the system to record after a
triggered alarm 0s, 10s, 20s, 40s, or 60s EMAIL
SETUP         — The
system can send an email notification with a JPEG snapshot for
triggered events on the system.
To setup email notification: 1) Under EMAIL, select ON. 2)
Under SSL, select OFF. NOTE: SSL deals with encryption. Only
advanced users should enable this option. 3) Under SMTP PORT,
enter the SMTP port of your email server. Under SMTP, enter the
SMTP address of your email server. For example, smtp.gmail.com
Under SEND EMAIL, enter the sender email address. Under SEND
PW, enter the password of your email server. Under RECV EMAIL,
enter the email address that will receive the email
notification. Click APPLY. Click CLOSE in the confirmation
window. 9) Click EXIT in all menus until all windows are
closed. 2.2.3.3 MOBILE Send alerts to your cellular phone
Windows Mobile enabled touch-screen smart phone (Windows Mobile
6.0 or greater, S60 ))    3rd or greater is
required).
To configure mobile notification settings: Under MOBILE
NETWORK, select 3G, 2.75G, or 2.5G. )) NOTE: Contact your
cellular provider if you are unsure about the network of your
cellular phone. Under MOBILE PORT, enter your mobile port
number. 3) Click APPLY. Click CLOSE in the confirmation window.
4) Click EXIT in all menus until all windows are closed.
2.2.3.4 MOTION DETECT Configure motion detection for each
channel.
To configure motion detection: Under STATUS, select ON
to enable motion detection for the desired channel. Click NEXT
PAGE for additional channels (8-channel models only). Under
SENSITIVITY, 1-8 available, default 5, 8 is most sensitive the
motion detection. 3 Under MD AREA, click SETUP. The red motion grid
appears over the selected channel in full screen. 4) Click the
blocks in the grid to enable/disable motion detection.
Red=motion detection enabled; Clear=motion detection disabled.

Right-click anywhere on the screen to return to the Motion
Detection menu. Click APPLY. Click CLOSE in the confirmation
window. Click EXIT in all menus until all windows are closed.
NOTE: You can disable the MD buzzer in the Alarm Setup menu.
2.2.3.5))) PTZ SETUP Use the PTZ Setup menu to configure
settings for a connected PTZ camera (not included). NOTE:
Consult the instruction manual of your PTZ camera for complete
information about your camera, including protocol and baud
rate.
To configure a PTZ camera: Connect a PTZ camera to the
BNC and 485A (TX, +) and 485B (RX, -) ports and power outlet.
For more details on connecting a PTZ camera. Under PROTOCOL,
select PELCO-D or PELCO-P for the selected channel. Click NEXT
PAGE for additional channels (8-channel models only). Under
BAUD RATE, select 1200, 2400, 4800, or 9600. Under PARITY,
select ODD, EVEN, MARK, SPACE, or NONE. Under ADDRESS, enter an
address from 001~255 using the Virtual Keyboard. Refer to your
PTZ camera`s instruction manual for further details. Click
APPLY. Click CLOSE in the confirmation window.
9     Click EXIT in all menus until all
windows are closed. 2.2.4)     SYSTEM SETUP
System setups include date/time, password, video/audio,
language, info and maintain six options.
2.2.4.1 DATE/TIME SETUP It is highly recommended to
immediately set the date and time when first setting up your
system.
To set the date and time: 1) Click DATE/TIME and
configure the following options: DATE: Enter the day, month,
and year. DATE FORMAT: Select DD/MM/YYYY, MM/DD/YYYY, or
YYYY/MM/DD TIME: Enter the time TIME FORMAT: Use the drop-down
menu and select 12HOURS or 24HOURS DST: Use the drop-down menu
to select ON/OFF to enable/disable Daylight Savings ••••• Time
2) Click SAVE DATE AND TIME. Click CLOSE in the confirmation
window. 3) Click APPLY. The new date and time are saved.
Daylight Savings Time To set daylight savings time: Under DST,
select ON. DST options appear. Under DST MODE select one of the
following: CUSTOM: Set customized start and end times for DST
(go to step 4) DEFAULT: The Default setting will apply DST from
the second Sunday of March to the second Sunday in November (go
to step 3) 3) IF using the DEFAULT, click APPLY. If setting a
CUSTOM DST, use the drop-down menus to select a week and month
for The start and end times. Click •• APPLY. Click CLOSE in the
confirmation window. Click EXIT in each menu until all windows
are closed. Date via numeric key. 2.2.4.2 PASSWORD When you
first start up your system, you are technically logged in as
the ADMIN under Device ID000000. The system employs two user
authorities connected to a Device ID. The authorities are as
follows: ADMIN    administrator: Has full
control of the system, and can change both administrator
And user passwords and enable/disable password
checking USER    normal user: Only has
access to live viewing, search, playback, and other limited
authorities. For security reasons, it is highly recommended to
enable passwords on your system. Password.
•    —— If you enable passwords, you must
select a 6-digit USER password and a 6-digit ADMIN ATTENTION:
By default, passwords are EMPTY on the system. You will not
need a password to log in or access menus. You will not need a
password to access your system using the browser-based remote
software.
You can change the Device ID and password of the ADMIN and the
USER from the Password menu. To open the Password/security
menu: Right-click anywhere on screen to open the Sub-Menu and
select MAIN MENU. Click BASIC. The Basic Setup Menu opens. )
Virtual Keyboard (mouse only). For example, change the ID to
000010. Click PASSWORD. The Password/Security menu opens.
2)))))Under PASSWORD, select ENABLE. To change your Device ID
and Password: 1    Click the field beside
DEVICE ID and enter a 6-digit numerical Device ID using the
3     Click the field beside USER PASSWORD
to enter a 6-digit numerical password using the Virtual
Keyboard (mouse only). Re-enter the password in the
corresponding field. 4) Click the field beside ADMIN PASSWORD
to enter a 6-digit numerical password Using the Virtual
Keyboard (mouse only). Re-enter the password in the
corresponding field. NOTE: The USER and ADMIN passwords must
not be the same. Click APPLY to save your changes. Click CLOSE
in the confirmation window. Click EXIT in each menu until all
windows are closed. NETWORK PW
CLEAN))    :Select and click APPLY will
initialize the IE browser password. Use your new password to
log in to the system and access system menus. You can also use
the USER and ADMIN passwords to access your system using the
browser-based remote software. 2.2.4.3 VIDEO/AUDIO SETUP Use
the Video/Audio menu to set the resolution and camera system on
the system.
To configure video options: 1     Under
VIDEO SYSTEM, select NTSC or PAL. 2
Under VGA RESOLUTION, select 800×600, 1024X768, 1280X1024,
1366X768, and 1440 x900. HDMI RESOLUTION:
720P    1080I    1080P.
3     MAIN OUTPUT POLLING TIME: the
interval for channel loop function. 1
From the Video/Audio menu, click
,    VOLUME
SETUP,    . A split-screen display view
5     Click EXIT in all menus until all
windows are closed. To configure audio options: 4) )))))))))
CLICK APPLY. Click CLOSE in the confirmation window. Appears.
Click any channel and adjust the slider to increase/decrease
the volume for listen-in audio. Click X to return to the
Video/Audio menu. APPLY. Click CLOSE in the confirmation
window. EXIT in all menus until all windows are closed.
2.2.4.4     LANGUAGE
To change the system language: From the drop-down menu select
ENGLISH, or CHINESE. Click APPLY. Click CLOSE in the
confirmation window. Click EXIT to close the menu. NOTE: The
device will restart when you finish system language setup.
2.2.3.6 SYSTEM INFO View system information, including
the firmware version, MAC address, and serial number of the
system.

2.2.3.7 SYSTEM MAINTAIN Use the
System maintain menu to update system firmware and set an
automatic system reset schedule.
To enable auto-reset: Under AUTO MAINTAIN, select ON. The
Settings option appears. Under AUTO REBOOT, select EVERY DAY,
EVERY WEEK, or EVERY MONTH. The date drop-down menu appears.
Select the date for auto-reset from the drop-down menu. Enter
the time for auto-reset using the Virtual Keyboard (mouse
only). To restore factory settings: Click LOAD DEFAULT. This
will restore the system to the original factory settings. Click
OK in the prompt. 5) )))))))))))))))) CLICK APPLY. Click CLOSE
in the confirmation window To reboot: Click REBOOT. Click OK in
the prompt. To standby: Click STANDBY. Click OK in the prompt.
NOTE: Recorded video on the HDD will not be erased. To restart
the machine (soft-reset): Click RESTART. Click OK in the
prompt. The system will perform a soft-reset and load to a live
split-screen view. To upgrade firmware: Copy the firmware file
to an empty USB flash drive. The firmware file should not be in
a folder. Connect the USB flash drive to the USB port on the
front panel of your system. Open the System Menu (Main
Menu>Advance>System). Click FIRMWARE UPDATE. The system
will scan the USB flash drive and begin updating the firmware.
Do not remove the USB flash drive while the upgrade is taking
place.  
Click CLOSE in the confirmation window. In the system prompt,
click OK. The system ) will restart. PARAMETER
EXPORT    Copy the system settings of the
device to an empty USB flash drive. PARAMETER
IMPORT    Import system settings from
another device.   3 DVR INSTALLATION 3.1 PRODUCT
OVERVIEW::
STANDBY: Press to power the system standby. 4 ))))
Channel/Numbers/Playback: Press buttons 0~9 to view the
selected channel in full-screen; IR Sensor: IR receiver for the
remote control. 3     LED Indicators: Shows
status of alarm, rec, and POWER. Press buttons 0~9 to input
passwords and user IDs; during playback, press the following:
6/    : Increase reverse
playback speed 1X, 2X, 4X 7/    : Press to
freeze playback to one frame, then press again to advance
frame-by-frame 8/: Press to start playback
9/    : Press to slow playback speed by
1/2, 1/4, 1/8 0/    : Press to increase
forward playback speed 1X, 2X, 4X 5
MENU/ OK: Press to open/close the main menu. Or confirm.
6     Navigation: Press the
Navigation buttons to perform the following: • )): Press to
move cursor down; in PTZ mode, press to pan camera down •: In
menus, press to confirm selections; in PTZ mode, press to
change the navigation buttons to control the connected PTZ
camera (not included) : Press to move cursor up; in PTZ mode,
press to pan camera up : Press to move cursor left; in PTZ mode, press to
pan camera left •: Press to move cursor right; in PTZ mode,
press to pan camera right 7     USB:
Connect a USB flash drive to the top port for data backup and
firmware upgrades connect a USB mouse to the bottom port. )
3.1.2 THE definition of buttons and connectors on rear panel:


Connectors on Rear Panel

Item Physical connector Connector description
1 POWER input DC 12V/5A
2 POWER SWITCH POWER ON/OFF
3 Video output Two video output for connecting TV
or monitor (BNC)
4 Video input For connecting analogy video signal
input (BNC)
5 Audio Input For connecting audio signal
input
6 Alarm Input 16 I/O alarm input
Alarm Output I/O output for alarm
RS485 RS 485 for connecting PTZ
7 Network For connecting Ethernet
8 VGA For connecting VGA monitor
9 Audio Output For connection audio output
10 HDMI For connecting HDMI monitor
11 ESATA For connecting the memory

3.1.3 SYSTEM Network Diagram  

3.2 HDD INSTALLATION
Caution: When working with electrostatic sensitive devices such
as hard disk drive or DVR unit, make sure you use a static-free

workstation. Any electrostatic energy coming in
. Secure HDD onto HDD plate as indicated below

with the screws provided: )
Install the HDD plate back into DVR and close cover.
Notice: )    new installed HDD must be
formatted before recording.   4 FAQ If your problem is not
listed below, please call our toll-free number for more
support. 1.     Question: DVR is not
working after starting Check the adaptor input Check the on-off
power line, is it well-connected? Check the power on-off Check
the upgrade procedure Check the main board of DVR
? 2.     Question:
DVR is rebooting automatically or stopped after starting the
DVR for several minutes? Instability or low input voltage Bad
track hard drive or the line of hard drive is bad On-off power
supply is not enough The front-end video signal instability
High temperature, too much dust, too bad the DVR operating
environment The main board is not well-connected with other
boards The hardware of DVR is defective 3.
Question: No output of single channel,
multi-channel or all channel video? Please check the adaptor of
camera whether to see if it is well-connected Please check the
cable for connecting video input/output in the back panel of
DVR Please insert the video source directly into the display
device and check if they are causing the problem. Check the
brightness of the picture and bring it back to its original
default setting No video input signal or too weak Display
settings in the preview set to be closed The hardware of DVR is
defective 4.      Question: DVR cannot
record after start up and the interface is showing
“H” Make OK power adaptor is DC 12V or ATX power Make
OK HDD is formatted Check the power and data connection cables
of the HDD The HDD is defective The SATA port is not working 5.
Question: What is meaning
of    R    M    I    H
showed in interface? R    means the channel
is recording M” means the channel is on motion detection
I    means the channel is on alarm
“”””H” means there is either no HDD.
The HDD is bad
OR” the
HDD is full 6.     Question: DVR is having
problem with real-time images, such as bad image colour or
serious brightness distortion If PAL and NTSC is not correctly
selected on the B”    NC output, the
images will Be in black and white DVR is not compatible with
monitor The video transmission distance is too far The setting
of DVR colour, brightness and so on are wrong 7.
Question: No audio sound when
monitoring? Check sound box or speaker functions. Also check
possible short circuit. Audio source may be connected to the
video channel. You can click to full-screen to check. The
hardware of DVR is defective 8.
Question: No audio sound when playing
back? Setting problem: open audio-video item Check the audio to
see if it is closed in playback interface 9.
Question: System time is not correct?
Wrong setting or user did not click “Edit” to CONFIRM
BATTERY is not connected properly Battery is dead. Please
change. 10. Question: Why the “Stop recording” by the
right mouse button does not work, how to stop recording? The
“Stop recording” by the right mouse button is only
suitable for Manual recording. It can’t stop recording when
it’s in “start recording” or the video in video plan.
If you want to stop recording, please set the time is not
recording. 11. Question: “Stop recording” function by
the right mouse button does not work. How to stop recording?
The “Stop recording” by the right mouse button is for
Manual Recording only. It cannot stop recording when it is in
“start recording” or the video is in video plan. If
you want to stop recording, please set the time to not
recoding. 12. Question: Motion detection is not working? The
setting of motion detection area is not CORRECT SENSITIVITY is
too low 13. Question: CD-writer /USB backup error The data
exceeds the capacity of backup device The backup device is
incompatible The backup device is damaged 14. Question: Remote
control cannot work? The address of remote control is not
correct The distance of remote control is too far or the angle
is too biased Remote control batteries run out Remote control
is damaged or the front panel of DVR is damaged 15. Question:
WEB cannot login? Please check the network to see if it is
connected. Check if LINK or 100M LED is displayed normally on
the panel; use PING XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX (DVR IP) to check if the
Internet is linked properly. Recommended to use Windows XP or
Vista operating system, also use IE6.0 browser or IE7.0 browser
ActiveX control has been blocked. Please manually install
ActiveX control again. Please install DX8.1 and upgrade your
video card driver 16. Question: There is no picture or picture
is not clear when you preview the recording or playback the
recording via IE If you access DVR by IE, please choose
“Wan” in “web environment” Please try
“Close windows” by the right mouse button, and try
“Open windows” again 17. Question: It displays
“other members are setting……” while setting DVR
by IE It probably means someone else is setting the DVR. Please
check the DVR configuration interface or exit DVR.

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