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INSTRUCTION MANUAL
STANDALONE 4CH DVR
DIGITAL VIDEO RECORDER
MODEL: CDR 4170
Copyright © 2006 Clover Electronics U.S.A. All Rights Reserved.
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Summary of Contents

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    INSTRUCTION MANUAL STANDALONE 4CH DVR DIGITAL VIDEO RECORDER MODEL: CDR 4170 Copyright © 2006 Clover Electronics U.S.A. All Rights Reserved. PLAY TIMER ALARM FULL POWER QUAD AUTO ENTER PLAY SETUP SEARCH BACKUP STOP ALRST SYS LOG WTMK PAUSE...

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    RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK. DO NOT OPEN. CAUTION! TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL. Explanation of two Symbols The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the presence of un-insulated "dangerous voltage"...

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    NOTE : This equipment has been certified and found to comply with the limits regulated by FCC, EMC and LVD. Therefore, it is designed to provide reasonable protection against interference and will not cause interference with other appliance usage. However, it is imperative that user follows this manual's guidelines to avoid improper usage which may result in damage to the unit, electrical shock and fire hazard or injury.

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    1. GENERAL PRECAUTIONS 2. SPECIFICATIONS 3. OPERATION 3.1 FRONT PANEL 3.2 BACK PANEL 4. BASIC CONFIGURATION OF THE MONITOR SCREEN 4.1 START UP 4.2 LIVE SCREEN 4.3 RECORDING SCREEN 4.4 PLAYBACK SCREEN 4.5 RECORD AND PLAYBACK SCREEN 4.6 LIVE 4.7 RECORDING 4.8 PLAY 5.

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    8. INSTALLATION 8.1 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION DIAGRAM 8.2 CAMERA 8.3 AUDIO 8.4 MONITOR 9. NETWORKING 9.1 REQUIREMENTS 9.2 INSTALLING THE PROGRAM TO THE PC 9.3 CONNECTING THE DVR THROUGH GUI (CLDVR) 9.4 CLDVR SCREEN 9.5 EXPLANATION OF CLDVR FUNCTION 9.6 LOCAL VIEWER APPENDIX RECORDING TIME TABLE (DAYS) FACTORY DEFAULT TABLE...

  • Page 6: General Precautions

    1. GENERAL PRECAUTIONS Read Instructions: All of the safety and operating instructions should be read and understood before the product is used. Retain Instructions: The safety and operating instructions should be retained for future reference. Heed Warnings: All warnings on the product and the instruction manual should be followed. Follow Instructions: All operating and use instructions should be followed for optimal performance Cleaning: Disconnect this video product from the power supply before cleaning.

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    result in damage and will often require extensive work by a qualified service technician to restore the product to its normal operation If the product has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged When the product displays a distinct change in performance - this indicates a need for service 17.

  • Page 8: Specifications

    2. SPECIFICATIONS DVR SPECIFICATIONS System NTSC or PAL (Auto Detection) Video Input 4 Inputs (BNC): 1Vp-p composite, 75ohms Video Output 2 Outputs (BNC), 4 Looping output (BNC): 1Vp-p composite, 75 ohms Audio Input 1 Channel (RCA) Audio Output 1 Channel (RCA) Alarm Input 4 Ch alarm Inputs: Normally Open (N.O) Alarm Output...

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    Backup JPEG & AVI File format through GUI, DVR File format at USB. Ethernet RJ-45 Connector for network communication PAN / TILT RS-485 Control (Pelco D Protocol) USB Port Data Backup, Firmware Update Jog-Shuttle Setup On screen Display setup User Interface Menu driven User Input Device Front Panel keypad...

  • Page 10: Operation, Front Panel

    3. OPERATION 3.1 FRONT PANEL 1. HDD RACK Master HDD: Installed 160GB 2. CH 1 / LEFT - While in Quad mode, press this button momentarily (at least 3 seconds) and channel 1 will appear in full screen. - In full screen mode, channel 1 single screen or on PIP / POP / QUAD screen, press this button once and the screen will freeze.

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    4. CH 3 /DOWN - While in Quad mode, press this button momentarily (at least 3 seconds) and channel 3 will appear in full screen. - In full screen mode, channel 3 single screen or on PIP / POP / QUAD screen, press this button once and the screen will freeze.

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    10. LED - REC FUNCTION - PLAY - TIMER - ALARM - HDD FULL : The LED is lit when the space of HDD is less than 1GB. If - POWER 11. REC - Press this button to starts Continuous Recording. - Press and hold this button for about 3 seconds to stop Recording.

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    WATERMARK CHECK - Press and hold this button for about 3 seconds in the playback mode, the Water Mark OSD will be shown on the screen. To exit, press and hold this button again for about 3 seconds. - The WTMK function : Watermarking is an identification code or bit pattern integrated into the multimedia data to aid copyright owners to identify illegally distributed video, or image data.

  • Page 14: Back Panel

    11. ETHERNET RJ-45 jack to connect LAN. ALARM IN ALARM OUT A - IN MODEL NO : CDR4170 AC100-240V,50/60Hz, 25W CLOVER ELECTRONICS RS485 13073 EAST 166TH STREET, CERRITOS, CA 90703 ETHERNET Factory ID/DHHS CODE : BC CAUTION RISK OF ELECTRONIC SHOCK...

  • Page 15: Basic Configuration Of The Monitor Screen, Start Up

    4. BASIC CONFIGURATION OF THE MONITOR SCREEN 4.1 START UP When the system starts up, the following pictures will be displayed in sequence. Function Title Operational information Firmware version # Hard Drive information. Network Configuration - 10 -...

  • Page 16: Live Screen

    4.2 LIVE SCREEN Camera Title Camera Title Camera Title Full Screen in Live Mode Quad Screen in Live Mode PIP Screen in Live Mode - 11 - Indicates recording HDD Time and Date Indicates recording HDD Time and Date Indicates recording HDD Time and Date...

  • Page 17: Recording Screen

    Camera Title 4.3 RECORDING SCREEN Recording Camera Title POP Screen in Live Mode Quad Screen in Record Mode - 12 - Indicates recording HDD Time and Date Indicates recording HDD Time and Date...

  • Page 18: Playback Screen

    4.4 PLAYBACK SCREEN Playback OSD & Speed Camera Title Playback OSD & Speed Camera Title Playback OSD & Speed Camera Title Full Screen in Playback Mode Quad Screen in Playback Mode Nine Screens in Playback Mode - 13 - Indicates recording HDD Time and Date Indicates...

  • Page 19: Record And Playback Screen

    4.5 RECORD AND PLAYBACK SCREEN REC, Playback OSD & Speed Camera Title Quad Screen in Record and Playback Mode REC, Playback OSD & Speed Camera Title Nine Screens in Record and Playback Mode - 14 - Indicates recording HDD Time and Date Indicates recording HDD Camera Title...

  • Page 20: Live

    4.6 LIVE Live means viewing the present video images from the cameras on the monitor. 4.6.1 Full Screen display Full screen display is possible in the Live mode or Record mode. Use channel selection button to choose a corresponding video input. Refer to 4.2 “Full Screen in LIVE Mode”...

  • Page 21: Recording

    - Press the same channel selection button to release the freeze function. 4.6.7 OSD On / Off Available in the LIVE, RECORD or PLAYBACK mode. When the OSD button is pressed, all the texts except the REC and PB (PLAYBACK) OSD are cleared temporarily.

  • Page 22: Play

    The whole recording lists are updated hourly up to 1,000 lists on both Master and Slave. 4.7.3 Schedule recording Recording by scheduled time The time of record start and finish can be set to hour: minute. Refer to section 5.7.6 for more information. 4.7.4 ALARM recording When an alarm signal is received, the system begins to record automatically.

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    4.8.3 Playback by the last recording list When the SEARCH button is pressed, the SEARCH/HDD SET menu appears on the screen. Select THE LAST RECORD LIST and press the ENTER button. It will replay from the beginning of the last recorded list. Press the ESC button to return to the SEARCH/HDD SET menu.

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    Set the TIME/DATE by using the UP/DOWN buttons for changing the values and use the LEFT/RIGHT buttons to move to next field. Press the ENTER button to search the recorded image. If the recorded image exists, it automatically plays data and if not, it returns to the LIVE mode. In order to pause during playing, press the PLAY button.

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    5. SETUP 5.1 SETUP SCREEN TREE - 20 -...

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    5.2 HOW TO SET UP - Setup is possible in the LIVE mode and partly in the recording mode, not in the playback mode. - Press the SETUP button. - Choose a setup item by using the UP/DOWN buttons and press the ENTER button. - Choose the desired values with the ENTER button.

  • Page 29: Motion

    5.3.6 REC SPEED • Choose the REC SPEED in the ALARM OPTION menu by using the UP/DOWN buttons. • Choose one REC SPEED among 01, 02, 03, 05, 10, 15, 30 and 60 IPS by repeatedly pressing the ENTER button, if the REC RESOLUTION in the RECORD menu set to 720H or 360H.

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    5.4.4 MOTION HOLD • Choose the MOTION HOLD in the MOTION menu with the UP/DOWN buttons • Press the ENTER Key button to set up the MOTION HOLD.. • Choose the time duration (1sec. ~ 15sec.) with UP / DOWN key buttons •...

  • Page 31: System

    5.4.6 How to set up the Continuous Recording in the Motion Recording mode (For Continuous Recording + Motion Recording) If you wish to record by Motion Detection function along with the Continuous Recording on a couple of channels out of four channels, the following directions will help you out. •...

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    • To apply the setting, press the ENTER button. 5.5.1.3 DATE FORMAT • Choose the DATE FORMAT in the TIME /DATE SET menu with the UP/DOWN buttons. • Select the DATE FORMAT by pressing the ENTER button. There are three formats to display the time and date as follows. MM / DD / YYYY: For U.S.A.

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    by using the LEFT/RIGHT/ENTER button, it starts to formatting or select NO for going back to the previous mode. 5.5.2.3 HDD INFO • Choose the HDD INFO in the HARD DISK menu by using UP/DOWN buttons. • Select BYTE, PERCENTAGE or OFF by pressing the ENTER button. •...

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    5.5.6.1 IP MODE • Choose the IP MODE in the IP CONFIGURATION menu with the UP/DOWN buttons. • Choose DYNAMIC IP or STATIC IP by pressing the ENTER button. DYNAMIC IP: The IP is automatically allocated via router. Therefore the IP address, subnet mask and gateway address will be automatically allocated.

  • Page 35: Video

    NOTE: - Router has to be set as a virtual server (or port forwarding) in order to utilize the DDNS service (See section 5.11 for more details). - Do not use the public port numbers. - Four Port numbers (in sequence) including the default port number should be forwarded.

  • Page 36: Record

    5.6.2 DWELL TIME • Choose the DWELL TIME in the • Press the ENTER button, and the DWELL TIME menu will be displayed. • Select the desired channel by using UP/DOWN buttons and press the ENTER button to change the dwell time of the desired channel. •...

  • Page 37: Display

    5.7.5 AUDIO REC • Choose the AUDIO REC in the RECORD menu by using UP/DOWN buttons. • Select ON or OFF by pressing the ENTER button. NOTE: The system does not record when the recording speed is set to less than 4 IPS. 5.7.6 SCHEDULE REC •...

  • Page 38: Buzzer, Account

    At “ON” mode, the borderline will be shown on the screen. 5.8.3 TIME/DATE • Choose the TIME/DATE in the DISPLAY menu by using UP/DOWN buttons. • Select ON or OFF by pressing the ENTER button. At “ON” mode, the time/date will be shown on the screen. 5.8.4 POSITION •...

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    5.10.1.1 PASSWORD • Select the PASSWORD in the DVR ACCOUNT menu by using UP/DOWN buttons. • Select ON or OFF by using the ENTER button. • If ON is selected, the password has to be entered to get into the following mode. Setup mode, Search mode, Record mode, Record stop mode, PTZ mode and System Log mode.

  • Page 40: Ddns

    • Press the ENTER button and the NETWORK ACCOUNT menu will be displayed. 5.10.2.1 USER ID • Select the USER ID in the NETWORK ACCOUNT menu by using UP/DOWN buttons. • Press the ENTER button. • Change the values up to 5 digits with the UP/DOWN buttons and move the digits with the LEFT/RIGHT button.

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    5.11.2 HOST NAME • Choose the HOST NAME in the DDNS SET menu with the UP/DOWN buttons. • Press the ENTER button to change the values with the UP/DOWN buttons and select the digits (up to 8 digits) by using the LEFT/RIGHT buttons. •...

  • Page 42: Install The Hdd, Install The Hdd1

    10. To complete, click Add Host on the bottom. 11. After registration, go to the DDNS SET menu on the DVR. 12. Refer to section 5.11 DDNS in this manual for the next step. Registration to CLOVERDVR.COM 1. Go to website www.cloverdvr.com 2.

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    5. Assemble and put the removable HDD rack back in it’s place. 6. Turn the power on and see if the HDD is being recognized. If the HDD is not recognized after installing, please check the HDD jumper setting, NOTE power cable and data cable connection.

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    Be sure that the jumper setting is correct. If not, the system will not recognize the NOTE additional HDD (SLAVE). 4. Secure the HDD with the supplied screws as below. 5. Connect the power connector and the flat cable to the HDD. Be sure that the power connector and the flat cable are properly connected.

  • Page 45: Ptz Control

    7. PTZ CONTROL 1. Connect Pan/Tilt/Zoom camera’s control to RS485(+) / RS485(-) port on the rear of the system. 2. The video output of Pan/Tilt/Zoom camera to the one out of channel you wish to connect. 3. Press and hold the PTZ button for about 3 seconds on the front panel and the PAN/TILT CONTROL screen will be displayed on the monitor.

  • Page 46: Installation, System Configuration Diagram

    AC INPUT ELECTRONICS U.S.A MODEL NO : CDR4170 US LITED AC100-240V,50/60Hz, 25W E233232 AUDIO/VIDEO EQUIPMENT 2UW2 CLOVER ELECTRONICS POWER 13073 EAST 166TH STREET, CERRITOS, CA 90703 Factory ID/DHHS CODE : BC ATTENTION RISQUE DE CHOC ELECTROIQUE NE PAS ENLEVER AC100-240V,50/60Hz...

  • Page 47: Camera

    AC INPUT ELECTRONICS U.S.A MODEL NO : CDR4170 AC100-240V,50/60Hz, 25W US LITED E233232 AUDIO/VIDEO EQUIPMENT 2UW2 CLOVER ELECTRONICS POWER 13073 EAST 166TH STREET, CERRITOS, CA 90703 Factory ID/DHHS CODE : BC ATTENTION RISQUE DE CHOC ELECTROIQUE NE PAS ENLEVER AC100-240V,50/60Hz...

  • Page 48: Audio

    V - OUT2 ALARM IN ALARM OUT A - IN ELECTRONICS U.S.A MODEL NO : CDR4170 AC100-240V,50/60Hz, 25W CLOVER ELECTRONICS RS485 13073 EAST 166TH STREET, CERRITOS, CA 90703 Factory ID/DHHS CODE : BC ETHERNET CAUTION RISK OF ELECTRONIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN...

  • Page 49: Monitor, Networking, Requirements

    • Client program (supplied) ALARM IN ALARM OUT A - IN ELECTRONICS U.S.A MODEL NO : CDR4170 AC100-240V,50/60Hz, 25W CLOVER ELECTRONICS RS485 13073 EAST 166TH STREET, CERRITOS, CA 90703 Factory ID/DHHS CODE : BC ETHERNET CAUTION RISK OF ELECTRONIC SHOCK...

  • Page 50: Installing The Program To The Pc, Connecting The Dvr Through Gui (cldvr)

    9.2 INSTALLING THE PROGRAM TO THE PC Install the program into the PC by using program CD (supplied) as follows. How to install the client program (CLDVR) 1. Start the operating system (Windows 98/2000/XP). 2. Insert the program CD into CD-ROM drive. 3.

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    The following CONFIG screen will be shown. • Enter the IP/URL, Port number (default: 5700) and ID (default: admin), which must be the same as for DVR. NOTE: ■ If the registered Host Name is CLOVER11 at www.dyndns.org, enter clover11.dyndns.org in IP/URL. ■...

  • Page 52: Cldvr Screen, Explanation Of Cldvr Function

    These buttons enable you to control the PTZ camera that is connected to the system. 9.5 EXPLANATION OF CLDVR FUNCTION 9.5.1 FUNCTION OF BUTTONS 1. F/W (FIRMWARE) The FIRMWARE can be upgraded by pressing the F/W button or USB device. clover.cloverdvr.com - 47 -...

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    This button is not for users, only for manufacturers and distribution center. 2. SAVE • Click the SAVE button to save the video images that is currently being displayed on the GUI. • The following pop-up window will appear. • Click YES.

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    Select the HDD (Master or Slave) Select 1 out of the lists for setting up the Backup Start Time. Setup the Backup End Time and click on blank box. If the End Time is not selected, the BACKUP continues until the Playback automatically ends. Click the Play&Backup button, and data will be saved on the BACKUP folder.

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    7. PRINT • Click the PRINT button to print the current pictures shown on the GUI and then the following window pops up along with “WAIT…”. Please wait a couple of seconds until the system loads data to print. 8. REC •...

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    13. PIP • It stands for Picture In picture. • Click the PIP button, and it will be displayed 3 PIPs on a full screen. 14. SETUP Click the SETUP button on the GUI, and it will be appeared the following window that can change the values in regards to DVR.

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    If you connect the DVR through the GUI as a guest, you cannot change the NOTE values. It allows a guest to monitor only. 15. SEARCH Click the SEARCH button, and it will be displayed the following window. • The last record list Select The last record list on the search window and press OK.

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    2. Choose one of event recording lists, which are updated up to 300 lists on both Master and Slave. 3. Click the Play button to replay the selected list, or double click the selected list to replay. 4. To stop replaying, press the STOP button. •...

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    19. PAUSE Press this button to pause replaying. 20. FF • Press this button to fast forward the recorded images. • The speed will be increased up to x16 speed when you keep clicking this button. • The speed is shown below the buttons. 9.5.2 PTZ CONTROL The following picture enables you to control PTZ camera connected to the system.

  • Page 60: Local Viewer

    9.6 LOCAL VIEWER Local Viewer is to play the USB Memory saved file by DVR, SAVE file saved by SAVE button and BACKUP file saved by BACKUP button on the GUI, and to convert those files to AVI file format. 9.6.1 Control Button 1.

  • Page 61: Recording Time Table (days)

    1. RECORDING TIME TABLE (DAYS) 1.1 REC RESOLUTION (720H) / REC QUALITY (VERY HIGH) SPEED 40G HDD 01 IPS 15-Days 19-Hours 02 IPS 7-Days 22-Hours 03 IPS 5-Days 07-Hours 05 IPS 3-Days 05-Hours 10 IPS 1-Days 14-Hours 15 IPS 1-Days 02-Hours 30 IPS 14-Hours 60 IPS...

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    30 IPS 1-Days 00-Hours 60 IPS 12-Hours 1.5 REC RESOLUTION (360H) / REC QUALITY (VERY HIGH) SPEED 40G HDD 01 IPS 24-Days 22-Hours 02 IPS 12-Days 09-Hours 03 IPS 8-Days 07-Hours 05 IPS 5-Days 00-Hours 10 IPS 2-Days 12-Hours 15 IPS 1-Days 17-Hours 30 IPS 19-Hours...

  • Page 63: Factory Default Table

    10 IPS 4-Days 17-Hours 15 IPS 3-Days 02-Hours 30 IPS 1-Days 14-Hours 60 IPS 19-Hours 1.9 REC RESOLUTION (CIF) / REC SPEED (120 IPS) QUALITY 40G HDD VERY 12-Hours HIGH HIGH 17-Hours NORMAL 22-Hours 1-Days 00-Hours 2. FACTORY DEFAULT TABLE 1] ALARM [1] ALARM : OFF [2] ALARM HOLD / INPUT...

  • Page 64

    3] SYSTEM [1] TIME/DATE [1-1] TIME FORM : 12 HOURS [1-2] TIME : Time does not get initialization. [1-3] DATE FORM : MM/DD/YYYY [1-4] DATE : Date does not get initialization. [2] HARD DISK [2-1] HDD1 : Shows information on HDD that is connected to HDD1. [2-2] HDD1 : Shows information on HDD that is connected to HDD2.

  • Page 65

    [5] AUDIO REC : ON [6] SCHEDULE REC [6-1] SCHEDULE REC : OFF [6-2] SCHEDULE REC SETTING : No setup data 6] DISPLAY [1] TITLE DISPLAY : ON [2] BORDER LINE : ON [3] TIME / DATE : ON [4] POSITION : BOTTOM 7] BUZZER [1] KEY BUZZER : ON [2] VIDEO LOSS : ON...

  • Page 66

    - In case of camera defect, replace the camera. CERTAIN CHANNEL TOO BRIGHT OR TOO DARK - Check the brightness and contrast level of the monitor. 4. CHANNEL IS IN BLACK & WHITE MODE - Check the cameras. RECORDING RELATED PROBLEMS CORDING UNAVAILABLE - Adjust the camera screen.

  • Page 67: Limited 2 Year Warranty, How To Obtain Factory Service

    Limited 2Year Warranty This warranty gives the original purchaser specific legal rights and you may also have other rights, which may vary from state to state. If our products do not function because of any defect in material or workmanship, we will repair it for free for 2 year on parts and labor from the date of original purchase. This warranty does not cover modification, abuse, incidental or consequential damages unless the state of owner’s residence specially prohibits limitations on incidental or consequential damages.

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    I need the remote control and the manual of this dvr model
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