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Mitsubishi Digital Recorder - How to Guide
Major Operations
and Functions

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1. ZOOM button
When pressing this button once
during single screen display, the
screen is magnified by 100%. In
the same way, pressing the button
twice magnifies the screen by
200% and pressing the button
three times magnifies the screen
by 400%. Pressing a camera
number button (1, 2, 3, or 4) will
move the magnification center
point.
2. SPLIT/SEQUENCE button
Press the button to display
SPLIT16, SPLIT9, SPLIT4 screen
or SEQUENCE screen setting on
multiplexer functions.
3. Camera number buttons (1 to
16)
Press the button to display the
image from the camera connected
to this input on to the monitor.
4. SHUTTLE ring
Used to set various menus and
search functions, adjusting the
playback speed, and rewinding or
forwarding the recording images.
5. JOG dial
Used to set various menus and
search functions, forwarding or
rewinding the image during
playback (field-by-field).
6. REC/STOP button
When pressing this button,
recording starts and the button
lights. When pressing the button
for more than 1 second, the
recording stops and the light turns
off. When pressing this button for
more than 1 second during alarm
recording, recording stops. During
timer
recording, recording will not stop
even if the button is pressed.
7. ARCHIVE button
Press the button to archive. When
pressing the button for more than 1
second, archive stops. The unit will
not start to archive if an archive
device is not connected to the unit.
8. OUTPUT B indicator
Illuminates when pressing the
OUTPUT B button.
9. TIMER indicator
Illuminates during timer recording
or timer recording stand-by.
10. PRE ALARM indicator
Illuminates during pre-alarm
recording mode.
11. M-DET indicator
Illuminates when the motion
detection function is on.
12. EMERGENCY indicator
Flashes during emergency
recording and lights when
recording is completed.
13. ACCESS indicator
Illuminates during access to hard
disk drive, Compact Flash Card or
peripheral recording devices.
14. COM (COMMUNICATION)
indicator
Illuminates when establishing the
communication with personal
computer.
15. LOCK button
Pressing it with a pointed object
(such as a ballpoint pen) while the
MAIN switch (main power) on the
rear of the unit is on, will activate
the simple lock or password lock.
Moreover, the PASSWORD can be
set on the <PASSWORD
SETTING> screen. The indicator
will light while the lock is active.
16. LOCK indicator
Illuminates when simple lock or
password lock is on.
17. WARNING RESET button
This button is used to clear on-
screen warning display
and clear data.
18. SET UP button
Press this button to display the
<SETTINGS> menu.
19. SEARCH button
Press this button to display the
<SEARCH > menu.
20. COPY button
Press this button to display
<COPY> menu. This button lights
when performing copy operation.
Copies cannot be made when the
copy device is not connected or a
card is not in the COMPACT
FLASH slot.
21. ALARM INTERRUPT button
When pressing this button, the unit
will not accept alarm signals or
motion detection for 5 minutes.
During this time, the button will
flash. This allows device set-up
changes to be made without being
disturbed by ALARMS. Press this
button once again to cancel.
22. PLAY DEVICE button
Press this button to select
PLAYBACK device.
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23. POWER button
When pressing this button while
the MAIN switch on the rear of this
unit is set to ON, the power turns
on and the button lights. When the
button is pressed again, the unit
will be in stand-by and the light will
turn off. When the unit is in
operational transition such as
booting, the button will flash and
other operations are not accepted.
24. TIMER button
When pressing this button, the unit
is set to timer recording/stand-by
and the TIMER indicator lights.
When pressing this button for more
than 1 second, timer
recording/stand-by is cancelled
and the TIMER indicator turns off.
25. ANALOGUE OUT connectors
VIDEO OUT connector
Output connector for video signal
(RCA pin).
AUDIO OUT connector
Output connector for audio signal
(RCA pin).
26. COMPACT FLASH slot
Compact Flash Card can be used
for saving/loading data and menus.
When not using the slot, attach the
COMPACT FLASH slot cover to
prevent dust from entering within
the unit. * Compact FlashTM is a
trademark of SanDisk Corporation.
27. CFC (Compact Flash Card)
indicator
Illuminates only when the CFC is
selected by pressing the PLAY
DEVICE button.
28. MULTIPLEXER buttons
OUTPUT A button
When this button is pressed
operation of the camera number
buttons and the
SPLIT/SEQUENCE button
switches image output to the
OUTPUT A connector and
ANALOGUE OUT connectors.
OUTPUT B button
When this button is pressed
operation of the camera number
buttons and the
SPLIT/SEQUENCE button
switches image output to the
OUTPUT B connector. Please note
that with this function, playback
display of an already recorded
image is not possible. A playback
image can not be output to the
OUTPUT B connector. To display
image of the monitor connected to
OUTPUT B, set to "ON" in the
setting of the "OUTPUT B
ON/OFF" of the <MPX DISPLAY
SETTINGS> screen.
29. EJECT button
Use this button to remove media
from externally connected devices.
30. PLAY DEVICE indicator
Lights the indicator corresponding
to the device selected with the
PLAY DEVICE button.
31. OPERATION buttons
STOP button
Press to stop playback.
PAUSE / SHUTTLE HOLD button
When pressing this button during
playback, the unit switches to still
frame playback and the button
lights. When pressing this button
again, the unit resumes playback
and the button turns off. When
pressing this button during shuttle
playback, the set playback speed
is maintained even when letting go
of the SHUTTLE ring.
REV. PLAY (REVERSE PLAY)
button
When pressing this button, the unit
switches to reverse playback and
the button lights.
PLAY button
When pressing this button, the unit
starts playback and the button
lights.
PLAY MODE buttons
The playback interval can be
changed during normal and
reverse playback by pressing
PLAY(+) or REV. PLAY( - ).

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