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  • Page 1 Digital Disk Recorders Network Setup Instructions WJ-HD309A Model Nos. WJ-HD316A MO NIT OR 1 TIM ER MO NIT OR 2 AL AR M ER RO R ST OP PL AY SH IFT PA US E AL AR M RE C-...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS Preface ..........................4 Features ........................4 Downloading/transmitting images ................. 4 Event notification function ..................... 4 Host authentication ....................... 4 About these operating instructions ................4 System requirements for a PC ..................5 Trademarks and registered trademarks ................ 5 Abbreviations ........................ 5 About notations ......................
  • Page 4: Preface

    It is possible to restrict devices from operating this unit if their IP addresses are not registered. About these operating instructions There are 3 sets of operating instructions for the WJ-HD316A/WJ-HD309A as follows. • Operating Instructions (book) • Network Operating Instructions (PDF) •...
  • Page 5: System Requirements For A Pc

    System requirements for a PC It is recommended to operate this unit using a PC that meets the following system requirements. If using a PC that does not meet the following system requirements, it may cause problems such as slow imaging or the browser becomes inoperable.
  • Page 6: Preparations

    Preparations Connections When connecting this unit to a PC, the required hardware and cables are different depending on the system configu- ration. Prepare before starting connection. Connecting this unit and a PC directly. Connecting this unit to a PC directly using a LAN cable. This unit SIGNAL GND MODE...
  • Page 7: Performing The Network Settings

    Performing the network settings With the following network environment, it is not necessary to perform the network settings. It is possible to perform the settings or operate this unit using a web browser after completing the connection. IP Address: 192.168.0.2 - 192.168.0.249, 192.168.0.251 - 192.168.0.254 Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0 Gateway Address: 192.168.0.1 When the network settings are different from the settings above, perform the network settings of this unit and the...
  • Page 8 Screenshot 2 The control panel will be displayed. Step 2 Click the "Network and Internet Connections" icon. Screenshot 3 The "Network and Internet Connections" window will be Step 3 displayed. Click "Network Connections". Screenshot 4 The "Network Connections" window will be displayed. Step 4 Double click "Local Area Connection".
  • Page 9 Screenshot 5 The "Local Area Connection Status" window will be dis- Step 5 played. Click "Properties". Screenshot 6 The "Local Area Connection Properties" window will be Step 6 displayed. Click "Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)", and then click "Properties". Screenshot 7 The "Properties" window of "Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)" Step 7 will be displayed.
  • Page 10: About The Network Security Of This Unit

    About the network security of this unit Equipped security functions q Access restrictions by the host authentication and the user authentication It is possible to restrict users from accessing this unit by setting the host authentication and/or the user authentication to on. (page 93) w Access restrictions by changing the HTTP port It is possible to prevent illegal access such as port scanning, etc.
  • Page 11: Display The Operation Window

    Display the operation window How to display the operation window Start up the PC and operate this unit using the installed web browser. The operation window will be displayed using the following procedure. Screenshot 1 Start just after the PC is started up. Step 1 Start up the web browser.
  • Page 12 Screenshot 3 The user authentication window will be displayed. This Step 3 window will not be displayed when "OFF" is selected for Enter the user name and password registered on this "User Authentication" on the "NW Setup 1" of "Comm" unit.
  • Page 13: About The Operation Window

    About the operation window Top page [Setup] tab Status display area Current time/recorded time displayed area [Control] tab Image display area Playback point operation area [Cam] tab [HDD] tab [Control] tab (page 14) Current time/recorded time displayed area The switcher functions such as switching camera chan- When monitoring live images, the current time will be nels or displaying them sequentially are operable on this displayed.
  • Page 14 → 9 - 12 CH → 13 - 16 CH → 1 - 4 CH ... [Access Log] button: The time when logged for the WJ-HD309A: 1 - 4 CH → 5 - 8 CH → 9 CH in/out for this unit, the user name, and the IP →...
  • Page 15 [Setup] tab (Advanced Setup Menu) [Recording] button The menu for the recording settings will be displayed. Perform the basic recording settings and emergency recording with this menu. Refer to page 50 for further information about this menu. [Event] button The menu for the settings of actions at an event occur- rence for each event type (terminal alarm, motion detec- tion alarm, video loss alarm and command alarm) will be displayed.
  • Page 16: Status Display Area

    Status display area q The status of a live/playback image will be Step Normal playback speed Step Approx. 4x playback speed displayed. Step Approx. 8x playback speed [LIVE]: Step Approx. 16x playback speed Indicates that a live image is being displayed. Step Approx.
  • Page 17: Playback Point Operation Area

    Playback point operation area q Indicates the start time and the end time of a download. (Refer to the Network Operating Instructions (PDF).) [GO TO DATE] button Indicates the time and date of a marked point. Use this button to designate the desired time and date of a record- ed image to be played.
  • Page 18 [Download (TO PC)] box [Text] button Downloads the image currently playing to a PC. The attached text information will be displayed when Sets the time range of the desired image to be down- this button is clicked during pausing. loaded by clicking the [Start] button and the It is possible to edit the displayed text information.
  • Page 19: Setup

    Setup Performing each setting item on the setup menu should be completed in advance to operate this unit. Using the setup menu (Quick) and the setup menu (Advanced) First, check the settings items of the setup menu (Quick) and perform the settings. When more detailed settings are required, perform the settings on the setup menu (Advanced).
  • Page 20 Screenshot 2 The setup menu (Quick) will be displayed. Step 2 Click an item on the setup menu (Quick). Note: When "ADVANCED" is selected for "REC Type" of "REC & Event Setup" on the setup menu "Quick" (page 25), the setup menu (Advanced) will be dis- played when the setup tab is clicked.
  • Page 21: [Display Setup]

    [Display Setup] Perform the time and date, display settings such as the time and date display, the camera title display, the sequen- tial display and the language setting. Screenshot 1 Start operation after the setup menu (Quick) is dis- Step 1 played by clicking the [Setup] tab.
  • Page 22: Camera Title

    I Time & Date Display Position [Display] Enter a camera title to be displayed on monitor 2. Select a time and date display position from the follow- Enter up to 16 alphanumeric characters for a camera ing. title. However, a part of the camera title may not be dis- L-UPPER: Displays the time at the upper left of the played when displaying images on a 16-split screen.
  • Page 23 QUAD5 - 8: Displays images from camera channels 5 - 8 on a 4-split screen. Important: QUAD9 (only for the WJ-HD309A): Displays an image Displaying the language of the browser used to from camera channel 9 on the upper left area on a access the unit from a PC will not be changed even 4-split screen.
  • Page 24: [Rec & Event Setup]

    [REC & Event Setup] Perform the settings for the basic recording and the settings for event actions of each event type (motion detection, video loss, command alarm and terminal alarm.) Screenshot 1 Start operation after the setup menu (Quick) is dis- Step 1 played by clicking the [Setup] tab.
  • Page 25 I Manual REC Setup items Perform the recording rate (REC Rate) and the image I REC Type quality (REC Quality) for manual recording. The following are available for the recording rate. Select "QUICK" or "ADVANCED" for validation of the OFF/2 ips/3 ips/5 ips/6 ips/7.5 ips/10 ips/15 ips/30 recording settings.
  • Page 26 I Event Setup The following are available for "Time" (recording dura- tion). Perform the settings for the alarm output duration and 1 s - 10 s (in 1 second intervals)/20 s/30 s/ the buzzer sound duration for each event type (motion 1 min - 10 - min (in 1 minute intervals)/20 min/ detection, video loss, command alarm and terminal 30 min/40 min/ 50 min/ 60 min...
  • Page 27 I Power ON Manual REC Select ON or OFF to determine whether or not to start recording when the power is turned on by the connected external timer (or the switch). ON: Manual recording will start automatically after com- pleting the system check. OFF: Manual recording will not start automatically after completing the system check.
  • Page 28: [Network Setup]

    [Network Setup] Perform the settings for the network such as the IP address and the gateway address when operating this unit using a PC via a network such as a LAN. Screenshot 1 Start operation after the setup menu (Quick) is dis- Step 1 played by clicking the [Setup] tub.
  • Page 29 I Subnet Mask Setup items Enter a subnet mask according to the network configu- I Line Speed ration when OFF is selected for "DHCP". The following are available for "Line Speed". AUTO: Line speed will be applied automatically. I Gateway 10-HALF: 10 Mbps half duplex Enter the gateway address according to the network 10-FULL: 10 Mbps full duplex...
  • Page 30: Setup Menu (Advanced) Chart

    Setup menu (Advanced) chart Setup menu Description Page System Basic Setup Settings for basic operations of this unit can be performed. Time & Date Setup Settings for the current time and for displaying the time and date can be performed. User Registration Set this item for user registration and user authentication.
  • Page 31 Setup menu Description Page Schedule Time Table Make timetables of operation for each day of the week, and assign recording action programs and event action programs to each timetable. Special Days Assign timetables for special days apart from other days of the week.
  • Page 32 Setup menu Description Page Network SNMP Setup Settings for SNMP can be performed. Set this item to check the status of the server by connecting to the SNMP server. Network NTP Setup Set this item when adjustment of the time is required to be set with the NTP server such as when setting the NTP server address or time zones.
  • Page 33: Basic Operation With The Setup Menu (Advanced)

    Basic operation with the setup menu (Advanced) Screenshot 1 Start operation after the top menu is displayed. Step 1 Click the [Setup] tab. Screenshot 2 The setup menu (Advanced) will be displayed. Step 2 Click a button on the setup menu (Advanced). Note: When "QUICK"...
  • Page 34 Screenshot 3 The submenus respective to the clicked button on the Step 3 setup menu (Advanced) will be displayed. Click the desired submenu on the setup menu (Advanced). Submenu Screenshot 4 The settings page of the selected submenu will be dis- Step 4 played in the image display area.
  • Page 35: Perform The Settings For The System [System]

    Perform the settings for the system [System] Perform the settings for the system of this unit. Perform the basic settings for the system [Basic Setup] Perform the settings for the basic operations of this unit. Screenshot 1 Start operation after the submenu of the system menu is Step 1 displayed by clicking the [System] button in the setup Click "Basic Setup".
  • Page 36 Setup items I ADMIN Password I Priority Set a password for an administrator. Perform the settings to assign priorities to operate this Enter 4 to 8 alphanumeric characters. unit in case two or more users access this unit simulta- neously. Important: A priority is followed.: Users with higher priority can To enhance the security, change the password for...
  • Page 37 I Shutdown Time Determine when the safe shutdown starts after a power outage alert signal is supplied to this unit. 10 s/20 s/30 s/1 min/2 min/3 min/4 min/5 min I Auto Copy Perform the settings to copy recorded images automati- cally to the copy area of the hard disk or the DVD-RAM disk.
  • Page 38 Perform the settings for the time and date [Time & Date Setup] Perform the settings for the time and date. Screenshot 1 Start operation after the submenu of the system menu is Step 1 displayed by clicking the [System] button in the setup Click "Time &...
  • Page 39 Setup items I Date Format I Time Select a date format to be displayed from the following. When "MASTER" is selected for "Auto Adjust Time", set (Example for April 1, 2004) the clock for a signal to be supplied from the ALARM/ YY.MM.DD: 04.4.1 CONTROL connector (time adjustment I/O, pin.
  • Page 40 I Summer Time (Day Light Savings) Table Set the start (ON)/end (OFF) date and time for summer time. The following window will be displayed when the [SETUP] button is clicked. Click the [SET] button after completing the settings, and close the window by click- ing the [×] button at the top right of the window.
  • Page 41 Registration of a user who operates this unit [User Registration] Register user information such as a user name and password. Screenshot 1 Start operation after the submenu of the system menu is Step 1 displayed by clicking the [System] button in the setup Click "User Registration".
  • Page 42 1 - 4 on a 4-split screen. QUAD5-8: Displays live images from camera channels 5 - 8 on a 4-split screen. QUAD9 (only for the WJ-HD309A): Displays an image from camera channel 9 on the upper left area on a 4-split screen.
  • Page 43 Edit/delete registered user information [User Edit/Delete] Edit or delete registered user information. Screenshot 1 Start operation after the submenu of the system menu is Step 1 displayed by clicking the [System] button in the setup Click "User Edit/Delete". menu (Advanced). (page 15) Screenshot 2 The "User Edit/Delete"...
  • Page 44 Registration of a PC (host) accessible to this unit [Host Registration] Register information of a PC (host) that accesses this unit via a network such as a LAN. Screenshot 1 Start operation after the submenu of the system menu is Step 1 displayed by clicking the [System] button in the setup Click "Host Registration".
  • Page 45 1 - 4 on 4-split screen. QUAD5-8: Displays live images from camera channels 5 - 8 on 4-split screen. QUAD9 (only for the WJ-HD309A): Displays an image from camera channel 9 on the upper left area on a 4-split screen.
  • Page 46 Edit/delete registered host information [Host Edit/Delete] Edit or delete registered host information. Screenshot 1 Start operation after the submenu of the system menu is Step 1 displayed by clicking the [System] button in the setup Click "Host Edit/Delete". menu (Advanced). (page 15) Screenshot 2 The "Host Edit/Delete"...
  • Page 47 Setting of operation level [User Level Setup] Assign a level (LV 1/LV 2/LV 3) to every user to restrict operable functions. Screenshot 1 Start operation after the submenu of the system menu is Step 1 displayed by clicking the [System] button in the setup Click "User Level Setup".
  • Page 48 Functions that can be restricted The following functions can be restricted according to the user levels. Function Description Setup The SETUP MENU is displayed and the settings can be performed. Setup Status Only the SETUP MENU can be displayed. The settings cannot be performed.
  • Page 49 Saving and loading of settings of SETUP MENU [Save/Load] Save the settings of the SETUP MENU in this unit. Call up saved settings. (Load) Screenshot 1 Start operation after the submenu of the system menu is Step 1 displayed by clicking the [System] button in the setup Click "Save/Load".
  • Page 50: Functions For Recording [Recording]

    Functions for recording [Recording] Perform the settings for recording. Perform the basic settings for recording and the settings for emergency recording. Basic settings for recording [Recording Setup] Perform the basic settings for recording. Screenshot 1 Start operation after the submenu of the recording menu Step 1 is displayed by clicking the [Recording] button in the Click "Recording setup".
  • Page 51 Setup items I REC Type I Manual Recording Select "QUICK" or "ADVANCED" for validation of the Select a camera channel for manual recording from the recording settings. following. Refer to the provided operating instructions QUICK: The recording settings set on the setup menu for further information about manual recording.
  • Page 52 I Embedded REC (Time & Date) Select ON or OFF to determine whether or not to record the displayed time and date together. OFF: Does not record the time and date. ON: Record the time and date together as a part of the recorded image.
  • Page 53 Settings for emergency recording [Emergency REC] Perform the settings for emergency recording such as the recording time or recording rate. Refer to the provided operating instructions for further information about emergency recording. Screenshot 1 Start operation after the submenu of the recording menu Step 1 is displayed by clicking the [Recording] button in the Click "Emergency REC".
  • Page 54 Setup items I Resolution Important: Select a resolution for emergency recording from the • When OFF is selected for a specified camera chan- following. nel, images from a camera channel set to OFF will FIELD: Standard resolution (720 x 240) not be recorded.
  • Page 55: Functions For Events [Event]

    Functions for events [Event] Perform the settings for event actions of each event type (motion detection, video loss, terminal alarm and command alarm). Refer to the provided operating instructions for further information about each event type. Basic settings for event actions [Event Setup] Perform the settings for event actions such as alarm output duration and buzzer duration of each camera channel for each event type (motion detection, video loss, command alarm and terminal alarm).
  • Page 56 I Monitor 1 Action nel, selection of connectors (TRM1 - TRM16 for the WJ- HD316A, TRM1 - TRM9 for the WJ-HD309A) from Select a camera channel whose image is to be dis- which the alarm signals are supplied, and the alarm out- played on a single screen display on monitor 1 at an put duration.
  • Page 57 Settings for the motion detection function [VMD Setup] Perform the settings for the auto motion detection area for each camera channel. Up to 4 areas can be set for a camera channel for the detection area. Refer to the provided operating instructions for further information about the auto motion detection function.
  • Page 58 Screenshot 3 The "VMD Area Setup" menu will be displayed. Step 5 Click the [i] button to select sensitivity for the selected area from the following. HIGH: High sensitivity MID: Intermediate sensitivity LOW: Low sensitivity OFF: Ignores motion in the selected area Step 6 Perform the settings of the detection mode (method of detection) in the set detection area.
  • Page 59 Detection mode There are three detection modes as follows. Important: Activating two or more detection modes simultaneously is not possible. <ANY AREA mode> An event action will be performed according to the settings when "motion" is detected in any of the set motion detec- tion areas.
  • Page 60 Settings for the alarm display and alarm suspension [Alarm Setup] Perform the settings for the alarm displaying duration. The alarm display will automatically disappear when the dis- playing duration has passed. (Alarm Auto Reset) The following will be performed even if OFF is selected for the "Alarm Auto Reset". •...
  • Page 61 Settings for the alarm terminal polarity [Terminal Setup] Select how to supply the signal to the alarm terminal. Screenshot 1 Start operation after the submenu of the event menu is Step 1 displayed by clicking the [Event] button in the setup Click "Terminal Setup".
  • Page 62: Settings For The Recording/Event Schedule [Schedule]

    Settings for the recording/event schedule [Schedule] Perform the settings for the recording schedules and event actions by designating a day of the week and time. A day can be divided into up to 6 time zones, and recording programs and event action programs can be assigned to each time zone to create a recording schedule.
  • Page 63 Screenshot 2 The "REC Program" menu will be displayed. Step 2 Click the respective [SETUP] button for the desired pro- gram to create a recording program. Screenshot 3 The "REC Program1" menu will be displayed. Step 3 Perform the settings for each item. Refer to page 64 for further information about the set- tings for each item.
  • Page 64 Setup items Resolution • Recording will be performed differently depending Select a resolution for images to be recorded from the on the status of a video input signal supply as fol- following. lows: FIELD: Standard resolution (720 x 240) Manual Event record- FRAME 3D ON: High resolution (720 x 480), with blur- recording/...
  • Page 65 Notes: • When "MAN." is selected for the recording duration, recording will be performed for at least 8 seconds at an event occurrence as long as the alarm is not can- celed. • Available recording duration for pre-event recording will differ depending on the settings of "Resolution" and "Recording Rate and Quality"...
  • Page 66 Creating recording programs for an event occurrence [Event Program] Perform the settings of action mode or alarm mail for each event type (motion detection, video loss, terminal/com- mand alarm). Screenshot 1 Start operation after the submenu of the schedule menu Step 1 is displayed by clicking the [Schedule] button in the Click "Event Program".
  • Page 67 Screenshot 3 The event program menu will be displayed. Step 3 Click the respective [SETUP] button for the desired event to be set. Screenshot 4 The window for selection of the event channel/number Step 4 will be displayed. Click the respective [SETUP] button for the desired event channel/number to be set.
  • Page 68 Setup items I Mode I Serial Notice Perform the settings for the action mode. Refer to the Select ON or OFF to determine whether or not to notify Network Operating Instructions (PDF) for further infor- an event occurrence using PS·Data (or RS232C). mation about each mode.
  • Page 69 Assignment of a recording program and event program after setting the time zone [Time Table] Create recording timetables for each day of the week, and assign a recording program and event program to each timetable. Up to 6 recording programs can be created. Screenshot 1 Start operation after the submenu of the schedule menu Step 1...
  • Page 70 Screenshot 3 Note: The timetable of the selected day of the week will be It is possible to browse image files (filename.go1) displayed. transmitted to the FTP server using the viewer soft- ware. Refer to the Network Operating Instructions (PDF) for descriptions of how to operate the viewer software.
  • Page 71 Screenshot 4 Returns to the Schedule setup menu. Step 5 The set timetables and the recording programs or the event programs will be applied. Recording programs will be displayed with different col- ors. Recording program 1/event program 1: Orange Recording program 2/event program 2: Yellow Recording program 3/event program 3: Yellowish green Recording program 4/event program 4: Light blue...
  • Page 72 Perform the settings of recording programs for special days [Special Days] Assign timetables to special days aside from other days of the week. Timetables for special days can be set for up to 30 days. Perform the settings to specify dates as special days and apply a recording schedule to the specified special days. Screenshot 1 Start operation after the submenu of the schedule menu Step 1...
  • Page 73: Settings For Switcher Function [Switcher]

    Settings for switcher function [Switcher] Perform the settings for image switching such as the sequential display setting or the login window display setting to display on monitors 1 and 2 or a monitor of a PC connected to the unit via a network. Switcher function of monitor 1 [Monitor 1] Perform the settings for the switcher function of monitor 1.
  • Page 74: Login Screen

    QUAD5 - 8: Displays images from camera channels 5 - 8 on a 4-split screen. I Login Screen QUAD9 (only for the WJ-HD309A): Displays an image from camera channel 9 on the upper left area on a Select a camera image to be displayed during the login 4-split screen.
  • Page 75 7SCREEN: Displays images from camera channels 1 - 7 on a 7-split screen. 9SCREEN (only for the WJ-HD309A): Displays an image from camera channel 1 - 9 on the upper left area on a 9-split screen. 9SCREEN1 - 9 (only for the WJ-HD316A): Displays images from camera channels 1 - 9 on a 9-split screen.
  • Page 76 Switcher function of monitor 2 [Monitor 2] Perform the settings for the switcher function of monitor 2. Screenshot 1 Start operation after the submenu of the switcher menu Step 1 is displayed by clicking the [Switcher] button in the Click "Monitor 2". setup menu (Advanced).
  • Page 77 Perform the settings to display on a PC monitor with the switcher function [Network] Perform the settings for the switcher function when displaying images on a monitor of a PC connected to this unit via a network. Screenshot 1 Start operation after the submenu of the switcher menu Step 1 is displayed by clicking the [Switcher] button in the Click "Network".
  • Page 78 4 on a 4-split screen. QUAD5 - 8: Displays images from camera channels 5 - 8 on a 4-split screen. QUAD9 (only for the WJ-HD309A): Displays an image [CAM] from camera channel 9 on the upper left area on a Select a camera image (CAM 1 - 16) to be displayed at 4-split screen.
  • Page 79: Settings For Display [Display]

    Settings for display [Display] Perform the display settings for monitors 1 and 2 connected to the unit. Common settings for monitors [OSD Setup] Perform the common display settings for monitor 1 and monitor 2 such as the settings of camera titles or the settings of the time display position.
  • Page 80 Setup item I Camera Title [Display] Enter a camera title to be displayed on monitor 2. Perform the settings for the camera title. Enter up to 16 alphanumeric characters for a camera The following window will be displayed when the title.
  • Page 81 I Camera Display Position Select a camera title display position from the following. When the settings are performed to record images with a camera title together, the camera title position will be determined on this setting. Refer to page 51 for further information about embedding a camera title.
  • Page 82 Perform the display settings for monitor 1 [Monitor 1] Select ON or OFF to determine whether or not to display the time, camera title and alarm display on monitor 1. Screenshot 1 Start operation after the submenu of the display menu is Step 1 displayed by clicking the [Display] button in the setup Click "Monitor 1".
  • Page 83 Perform the display settings for monitor 2 [Monitor 2] Perform the display settings for monitor 2 such as the task bar style, the time display position and the camera title display, etc. Screenshot 1 Start operation after the submenu of the display menu is Step 1 displayed by clicking the [Display] button in the setup Click "Monitor 2".
  • Page 84: Settings For Communication With Other Devices [Comm]

    • To control cameras with the coaxial cable, connect cameras to the video input connectors 1-8 (compati- ble with coaxial cable communication). Use a Panasonic data multiplex unit to control cameras connected to other camera channels with coaxial cables. In this case, select "PSD" for the communication method of the camera to be controlled via the data multiplex unit.
  • Page 85 COAX: Controls cameras with coaxial communication. (CAM 1 - 8 CH are available for the WJ-HD316A, CAM 1 - 6 CH are available for the WJ-HD309A) PSD: Controls cameras with PS·Data. (CAM 1 - 16 CH are available for the WJ-HD316A, CAM 1 - 9 CH are available for the WJ-HD309A) RS485: Controls cameras with RS485 communication.
  • Page 86 Settings for PS·Data [PS.Data Setup] Perform the settings for PS·Data. Screenshot 1 Start operation after the submenu of the communication Step 1 menu is displayed by clicking the [Comm] button in the Click "PS.Data Setup". setup menu (Advanced). (page 15) Screenshot 2 The "PS.Data Setup"...
  • Page 87 Setup items I Unit Address (System) I Stop Bit A unit address is a unique number to be assigned to Select a stop bit from the following. each PS·Data device. Each address of the system 1/2 bit devices must be unique to identify them when connect- ing two or more PS·Data compatible devices.
  • Page 88 Perform the settings for RS485 [RS485 Setup] Perform the settings for RS485. Screenshot 1 Start operation after the submenu of the communication Step 1 menu is displayed by clicking the [Comm] button in the Click "RS485 Setup". setup menu (Advanced). (page 15) Screenshot 2 The "RS485 Setup"...
  • Page 89 Setup items I Baud Rate Select a communication speed for data transmission with a connected device from the following. 4 800/9 600/19 200 bps I Control Camera CH Assign camera channels to the RS485 port 1 and port 2. The following window will be displayed when the [SETUP] button is clicked.
  • Page 90 Perform the settings for SERIAL (RS232C) [RS232C Setup] Perform the following settings for RS232C. Screenshot 1 Start operation after the submenu of the communication Step 1 menu is displayed by clicking the [Comm] button in the Click "RS232C Setup". setup menu (Advanced). (page 15) Screenshot 2 The "RS232C Setup"...
  • Page 91 Setup items I Unit Address (System) A unit address is a unique number to be assigned to each device. Each address of system devices must be unique to identify them when connecting two or more system devices. For instance, numbers "001" - "099" are assigned to unit addresses for system devices.
  • Page 92 Basic network settings [Network Setup 1] Perform the required basic network settings to operate this unit using a PC via a network such as a LAN. Screenshot 1 Start operation after the submenu of the communication Step 1 menu is displayed by clicking the [Comm] button in the Click "Network Setup 1".
  • Page 93 Setup items I HTTP Port Number I Line Speed Specify the HTTP port number to be used to send The following are available for "Line Speed". images from the unit. A number from 1 – 65535 is avail- AUTO: Line speed will be applied automatically. able.
  • Page 94 Perform the settings for network connection [Network Setup 2] Perform the required network settings to operate the unit using a PC via a network such as a LAN. Screenshot 1 Start operation after the submenu of the communication Step 1 menu is displayed by clicking the [Comm] button in the Click "Network Setup 2".
  • Page 95 Setup items I DHCP I DDNS Select ON or OFF to determine whether or not to use Select ON or OFF to determine whether or not to use the DHCP server. the DDNS (Dynamic Domain Name Server). Select "ON" to obtain an IP address, a subnet mask and When "ON"...
  • Page 96 Perform the settings for SNMP network [Network SNMP Setup] Perform the settings for the SNMP. Perform the settings for the status check of the unit, etc. by connecting the SNMP manager. Screenshot 1 Start operation after the submenu of the communication Step 1 menu is displayed by clicking the [Comm] button in the Click "Network SNMP Setup".
  • Page 97 Perform the settings for the time adjustment of a network [Network NTP Setup] Perform the settings for the time and date. Screenshot 1 Start operation after the submenu of the system menu is Step 1 displayed by clicking the [Comm] button in the setup Click "Network NTP Setup".
  • Page 98 Perform the settings for the FTP server [Network FTP Setup] Perform the settings for the FTP server. Perform the required settings for [Network FTP Setup] to periodically send images from a camera connected to this unit to a designated FTP server. Screenshot 1 Start operation after the submenu of the communication Step 1...
  • Page 99 Setup items I FTP Server Address I File Name Enter an address or name (up to 255 characters) of the Perform the settings for the rules about the file name to FTP server that receives images. To enter an FTP serv- be sent.
  • Page 100 I Duration-Post Select the duration of the images recorded by post- event recording to be transmitted from the following. OFF/1 s - 10 s (in 1 second intervals) Notes: • The following characters can be entered: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 ! # $ % &...
  • Page 101 Perform the settings for mail notification [Network Mail Setup] Perform the settings to use the mail functions (Alarm mail notice (page 109), error report mail (page 112), warning report mail (page 111)). Screenshot 1 Start operation after the submenu of the communication Step 1 menu is displayed by clicking the [Comm] button in the Click "Network Mail Setup".
  • Page 102 Setup items I Attach Alarm Image I POP Server Address Select ON or OFF to determine whether or not to attach Enter the IP address of the SMTP server or the POP an image to an e-mail to be sent at an event occur- server name.
  • Page 103: Settings For Maintenance [Maintenance]

    Settings for maintenance [Maintenance] Settings for the hard disk can be performed. Checking the recording rate or image quality for each camera channel is available. Confirmation of the recording rate and image quality for each camera channel [REC Rate Status] Recording rate in each recording mode for each camera channel will be displayed in list form.
  • Page 104 Confirmation of the available hard disk space [Disk Information] Available disk space for the following disks will be displayed: built-in hard disk (normal recording area, event record- ing area and copy area), extension unit (EXT1 - 7), DVD-RAM disk, CD-R disk or DVD-R disk drive connected to the copy port on the rear panel (COPY1 and COPY2).
  • Page 105 Confirmation of version information [Version Information] Version information of the software and hardware will be displayed. Screenshot 1 Start operation after the submenu of the maintenance Step 1 menu is displayed by clicking the [Maintenance] button Click "Version information". in the setup menu (Advanced). (page 15) Screenshot 2 The "Version information"...
  • Page 106 Settings for actions when the available hard disk space is running out [Disk End Mode] Settings for actions (overwrite/stop recording) when the available disk space of the built-in hard disk (normal record- ing area, event recording area and copy area), or of external recording devices such as a DVD-RAM disk, CD-R disk or DVD-R disk drive connected to the copy port on the rear panel (COPY1 and COPY2) has run out can be per- formed.
  • Page 107 Warning settings for the available hard disk space [Disk Capacity] Performing the settings for the warning action that should be done when each available space of the built-in hard disk (normal recording area, event recording area, copy area), or of external recording devices such as a DVD-RAM disk, CD-R disk or DVD-R disk drive connected to the copy port on the rear panel (COPY1 and COPY2) reaches the set level.
  • Page 108 Deletion of image data on the hard disk [Data Delete] Image data on the built-in hard disk will be deleted. The two ways to delete data are auto deletion and manual deletion. Initialization (format) of a DVD-RAM disk can be also performed on this menu. Screenshot 1 Start operation after the submenu of the maintenance Step 1...
  • Page 109: Notification By E-Mail

    Notification by e-mail Alarm mail notification The following mail will be sent to notify of an alarm occurrence to a registered address when an alarm occurs. In HD316A (192.168.0.250), alarm was occurred. Alarm date: xxx-xx-xxxx xx:xx:xx (Example: JAN-1-2004 12:00:00) Cause of alarm: Displays an event type and a camera channel or an alarm number (Example: VMD 5CH) File name of alarm image: The file name of the image attached to an e-mail.
  • Page 110 List of characters to be replaced Item to be displayed Display style of Example entered characters Time and date when the alarm occurred %#05100000 Month, day, year (4-digit), hour, minute, second (JAN - 1 - 2004 12:00:00) Year when the alarm occurred (4-digit) %#05000000 4-digit display (2002 - 2099) Month when the alarm occurred (number)
  • Page 111: Warning Mail Notification

    Warning mail notification The following mail will be sent to notify of a trouble occurrence to a registered address when the trouble occurs. WJ-HD316A (192.168.0.250) STATUS REPORT. DATE: xxx-xx-xxxx xx:xx:xx JAN-1-2004 12:00:00 AM STATUS: The description of the trouble will be displayed. (Example: THERMAL ERROR) Display Description DATE...
  • Page 112: About Error Mail

    About error mail An error mail with the following contents will be sent to a registered address when the available hard disk space of the copy area or an external recording disk (DVD-RAM disk, DVD-R disk, CD-R disk) is less than the set level, or when the disk has no available disk space.
  • Page 113: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Before asking for repairs, check the symptoms with the following table. Contact your dealer if a problem cannot be solved even after checking and trying the solution or a problem is not described below, and when having a problem with installations. Reference Symptom Cause/solution...
  • Page 114 Reference Symptom Cause/solution pages • Depending on the traffic of the network, there might The image is not being be difficulties in displaying images. Press the [F5] but- – refreshed. ton on the keyboard to request images. • Are the correct user name and password entered? Cannot close the authenti- Confirm the correct user name and password.
  • Page 115 Security Systems Group PANASONIC SALES COMPANY www.panasonic.com/cctv DIVISION OF MATSUSHITA ELECTRIC OF PUERTO RICO INC. Executive Office: One Panasonic Way 3E-7, Secaucus, New Jersey 07094 San Gabriel Industrial Park 65th Infantry Ave. KM. 9.5 Carolina, Zone Office P.R. 00985 (809)750-4300 Eastern: One Panasonic Way, Secaucus, NJ 07094 (201) 348-7303 Central: 1707 N.Randal Road, Elgin, IL 60123 (847) 468-5205...

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