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    WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated "dangerous voltage"...

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    User’s Manual AVERTISSEMENT: La fl èche symbolisant l’éclair dans un triangle équilateral a pour objet de tirer l’attention de l’utilisateur sur le fait, qu’ il y a des “tensions dangereuses” non-isolées à l’intérieur de l’enceinte du produit qui peuvent être suf fi samment importantes pour conduire au risque d’électrocution.

  • Page 5: Digital Video Recorder

    Important safeguards PLEASE READ ALL THESE INSTRUCTIONS REGARDING YOUR RECORDER AND RETAIN FOR FUTURE REFERENCE. FOLLOW ALL WARNINGS AND INSTRUCTIONS MARKED ON THE RECORDER. 1. Read Instructions All the safety and operating instructions should be read before the appliance is operated. 2.

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    User’s Manual This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment.

  • Page 7: Caution And Care

    Caution and care HEAVY OBJECTS SHOULD NEVER BE PLACED ON THE UNIT (E.G., MONITOR) NEVER REMOVE THE TOP COVER AND TOUCH OR INSERT ANY OBJECT INSIDE THE UNIT Touching the inside of the cabinet or inserting foreign objects of any kind through the disc loading slot or ventilation holes not only creates a safety hazard but can also cause extensive damage.

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    ATTACHED POWER CORD  The attached power cord is to be used exclusively for this DVR. Never use them for other products.  The attached power cord is rated at 120 V AC. Never connect this cord to any outlet or power supply using other voltages or frequencies than rated.

  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    Chapter 1 ─ Introduction ... 1 Features ... 1 Technical Overview ... 1 Chapter 2 ─ Installation ... 3 Package Contents ... 3 Required Installation Tools ... 3 Video Input ... 3 Video Loop Through ... 4 RS232C Port ... 4 Factory Reset Switch ...

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    User’s Manual Network Setup ... 30 Camera Setup ... 35 Device Setup ... 37 Display Setup ... 40 Status Screen ... 43 Chapter 4 ─ Operation ... 45 Turning on the Power ... 45 Live Monitoring ... 45 Live Monitoring Menu ... 46 PTZ Mode ...

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    Digital Video Recorder Appendix F ─ Map of Screens ... 73 Appendix G ─ System Log Notices ... 74 Appendix H ─ Error Code Notices ... 75 Appendix I ─ Specifications ... 76...

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    User’s Manual List of Illustrations Figure 1 ─ Typical DVR installation..2 Figure 2 ─ 16-Channel DVR rear panel..3 Figure 3 ─ 16-Channel DVR front panel..7 Figure 4 ─ Setup screen..11 Figure 5 ─ System General setup screen..11 Figure 6 ─...

  • Page 13: Chapter 1 ─ Introduction

    Digital video can be indexed by time or events, and you can instantly view video after selecting the time or event. Your DVR can be set up for event or time-lapse recording. You can define times to record, and the schedule can change for different days of the week and user defined holidays.

  • Page 14: Figure 1 ─ Typical Dvr Installation

    User’s Manual The DVR can be set up to alert you when the hard disk drive is full, or it can be set to record over the oldest video once the disk is full. Your DVR uses a proprietary encryption scheme making it nearly impossible to alter video.

  • Page 15: Chapter 2 ─ Installation

     User’s Manual (This Document)  DX-PC For View Software CD and User’s Manual REQUIRED INSTALLATION TOOLS No special tools are required to install the DVR. Refer to the installation manuals for the other items that make up part of your system. Video Input...

  • Page 16: Video Loop Through

    DVR on. 3. Hold the reset switch until the DVR turns on and live monitoring screen appears. 4. Release the reset switch. All of the DVR’s settings are now at the original settings it had when it left the factory.

  • Page 17: Rs485 Port

    NOTE: The DVR does not have amplified audio output, so you will need a speaker with an amplifier. The DVR does not have a pre-amplifier for audio input, so the audio input should be from an amplified source, not directly from a microphone.

  • Page 18: Power Cord Connector

    A GROUNDING PIN RECEPTACLE, DO NOT MODIFY THE PLUG. DO NOT OVERLOAD THE CIRCUIT BY PLUGGING TOO MANY DEVICES IN TO ONE CIRCUIT. Your DVR is now ready to operate. Refer to Chapter 3 ─ Configuration and Chapter 4 ─ Operation.

  • Page 19: Chapter 3 ─ Configuration

    The POWER LED is lit when the unit is On. HDD LED The HDD LED flickers when the DVR is recording or searching video on the hard disk drive. ALARM LED The ALARM LED is lit when alarm output or internal buzzer is activated.

  • Page 20: Network Led

    When entering the playback mode, video is paused. Pressing the (Play/Pause) button plays back video at regular speed. The screen displays when the DVR is in the Pause mode and the screen displays when the DVR is playing back video.

  • Page 21: Clip Copy Button

    Pressing the button again will stop panic recording. NOTE: When the DVR does not detect a VGA monitor automatically, pressing and holding the button on the front panel for 5 seconds or longer switches the video output to VGA out manually.

  • Page 22: Usb Ports

    USB to Serial converter. TURNING ON THE POWER Connecting the power cord to the DVR turns on the unit. The unit takes approximately 60 seconds to initialize. INITIAL UNIT SETUP Before using your DVR for the first time, you will want to establish the initial settings. This includes items such as time and date, display language, camera, audio, remote control, record mode, network and password.

  • Page 23: Setup Screen

    Menu Live Monitoring menu to enter the setup screen. While setting up the DVR, there will be many opportunities to enter names and titles. When making these entries, a Virtual Keyboard will appear.

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    Highlighting the Cancel button and pressing the software. If the upgrade package file is not installed on the DVR properly, you will get an error message. The system restarts automatically after completing the upgrade, and it takes approximately one minute to restart.

  • Page 25: Figure 6 ─ Date/time Setup Screen

    Highlight Show System Log… and press the Highlight System Shutdown and press the whether or not you want to shut the system down. After you are finished with the General Screen, you can highlight Save and press the the changes and exit the screen. If you do not wish to save the changes, highlight Cancel and press the button to exit the screen.

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    On and Off. Highlighting Time Sync.… and pressing the set up time synchronization between the DVR and standard time servers that are available in most time zones and countries, or between the DVR and another DVR. Highlight the box beside Interval and press the 30 minutes to 1 day at various time intervals.

  • Page 27: Figure 7 ─ Account Setup Screen

    User Name or an entire Group. If the User cannot be deleted. Highlight the want to delete the User or Group. To delete the User currently logged into the DVR on a local system or a PC running DX-PC For View To add a Group, highlight the + Group…...

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     PTZ Control ─ The user can control the PTZ camera on a local system or a PC running DX-PC For View.  Alarm-Out Control ─ The user can reset the DVR’s outputs including the internal buzzer during an alarm by pressing the button on a local system or alarm-out control button on a PC running DX-PC For View.

  • Page 29: Figure 8 ─ Storage Setup Screen

    Good (%) (The device is working properly though some portion (%) of the storage is damaged.) or Bad (More than 90% of the storage is damaged.))  Temperature ─ Displays the temperature of the storage drive. (N/A (The DVR cannot read the temperature.), Good (The temperature is normal.) or Bad (The temperature is 70 ...

  • Page 30: Figure 9 ─ Monitoring Setup Screen

    Highlighting the Settings box beside System and pressing the that you want the DVR to run self-diagnostics on the system. You can select from 1 hr. to 30 days or Never. Highlighting the Settings box beside Check Recording and pressing the Recording setup screen.

  • Page 31: Record Setup

    RECORD SETUP Your DVR offers a variety of flexible recording modes. You can set it up to record all the time or to only record events. It can be set up to continue recording once the hard disk drive is full by recording over the oldest video, or you can set it up to alert you when the hard disk is full and stop recording.

  • Page 32: Figure 11 ─ Record General Setup Screen

    On and Off. In the Recycle mode, the DVR records over the oldest video data once all available storage space has been used. When Recycle is turned off, the DVR stops recording once all available storage space has been used.

  • Page 33: Figure 12 ─ Schedule (basic) Setup Screen

    : No record,  When the DVR is in the No Record mode, it will not record during the preset day and time range as long as button is not pressed. Use the No Record mode when you do NOT want the DVR to record during Panic certain times.

  • Page 34: Figure 13 ─ Schedule (advanced) Setup Screen

    User’s Manual  When the DVR is in the Time & Event mode, the DVR will follow the Time settings and the icon displays. The DVR follows the Event settings and the icon displays. Highlighting the box beside Record Schedule and pressing the button allows you to change the time range that the scheduled recording will take place.

  • Page 35: Event Setup

    EVENT SETUP Your DVR can be set to detect many different events. You can also determine how it reacts to these events. button to add a schedule item. ) Refer to the Setting up the Basic Schedule… section : Time &...

  • Page 36: Figure 15 ─ Motion Setup Screen

    User’s Manual Motion Settings (EVENT  Motion Tab) Your DVR has built-in video motion detection. Video motion detection can be turned On or Off for each camera. Highlighting the box under the Sensitivity heading and pressing the allows you to adjust the DVR’s sensitivity to motion for Daytime and Nighttime independently.

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    NOTE: You can associate multiple cameras with a camera that detects motion.  Record ─ Associate as many cameras with that camera as you wish. If the DVR detects motion on the selected camera, it starts recording video from all the associated cameras highlighted blocks to detect motion.

  • Page 38: Figure 16 ─ Alarm-in Setup Screen

    Each input can be set as NO (normally open) or NC (normally closed). You can set the actions the DVR will take whenever it senses an input on one of its alarm input connectors. Highlighting the box under the Actions heading and pressing the for alarm input.

  • Page 39: Figure 17 ─ Video Loss Setup Screen

    The DVR can be set to react to video loss differently for each camera. Highlighting the box under the Actions heading and pressing the  Record ─ Associate as many cameras with that camera as you wish. If the DVR detects video loss on the selected camera, it starts recording video from all the associated cameras.

  • Page 40: Figure 18 ─ Text-in Setup Screen

    Transaction Start string. Refer to the device manufacturer’s documentation for the text string that the device first sends when a transaction starts. If you want the DVR to react to any character sent from the text input device, you will want to turn On Any Character. Highlight Any Character, and press the NOTE: If Any Character is turned On, you will not be able to enter any text in the Transaction Start box.

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    You can adjust the Time Out dwell from 5 seconds to 15 minutes. The DVR can be set to react to text input. Highlighting the box under the Actions heading and pressing button allows you to set up event actions for alarm input.

  • Page 42: Network Setup

    User’s Manual NETWORK SETUP In the Main screen, use the Left or Right arrow buttons to display the Network menu. Figure 19 ─ Network Menu. General Settings (NETWORK  General Tab) Figure 20 ─ Network General setup screen. Highlight the first box beside Remote Watch – bps/ips. Press the Up and Down arrow buttons to set the Transfer Speed from 50Kbps to 100Mbps or 0.1 ips to 30 ips.

  • Page 43: Figure 21 ─ Ip Address Setup Screen

    On, the security of data except video and audio transmitted for remote monitoring or remote recording can be enhanced by using the SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) authentication. When using the SSL function, the DVR cannot be connected with a remote program or a network keyboard which does not support the SSL function.

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    NOTE: You will need to get the appropriate Port Numbers for each DX-PC For View and WebGuard related program (Admin, Callback, Watch and Search) from your network administrator. NOTE: Do NOT use the same port number for two different programs, otherwise, the DVR cannot be connected with the PC running DX-PC For View or WebGuard.

  • Page 45: Figure 22 ─ Dvrns Setup Screen

    Digital Video Recorder NOTE: If the DVR is configured for DHCP or an ADSL network, the IP address of the DVR might change whenever the unit is turned on. You can save your IP Address changes by highlighting Save and pressing the button.

  • Page 46: Figure 23 ─ Mail Setup Screen

    User’s Manual Mail Settings (NETWORK  Mail Tab) The DVR can be set up to send an e-mail when an event occurs. Highlight Enable and press the the settings if Mail is enabled. Highlight the box beside SMTP Server and press the use to enter the IP address or domain name of the SMTP server.

  • Page 47: Camera Setup

    You can enter up to five IP addresses. Highlight the box beside Retry and enter the number of times you would like the DVR to try contacting the computer. You can select from 1 to 10 retries.

  • Page 48: Figure 26 ─ Camera General Setup Screen

    Covert 2 from a drop-down list in the Use column. NOTE: When selecting the Covert 1, the DVR displays the camera title and status icons on the covert video. When selecting the Covert 2, the DVR displays only camera title on the covert video.

  • Page 49: Device Setup

    DEVICE SETUP You can configure the audio, alarm, display and remote control devices connected to the DVR. Select your camera from the list and press the connect the camera to the RS232 or RS485 connector on the back of the DVR following the camera manufacturer’s instructions.

  • Page 50: Figure 29 ─ Audio Setup Screen

    Audio Settings (DEVICE  Audio Tab) Figure 29 ─ Audio setup screen. The DVR can record up to four audio inputs. Highlight the box beside the input and press the button. A list of cameras appears, and you can select which camera you want associated with that audio input.

  • Page 51: Figure 31 ─ Remote Control Setup Screen

    Alarm-Out is active during the scheduled time. When set to Event, the Alarm-Out is only active when there is an Event during the scheduled time. The Alarm-Out box allows you to set which alarm outputs will be active. You can also select the DVR’s internal buzzer.

  • Page 52: Display Setup

     Freeze & Sequence ─ The icon Sequence mode.  Screen Group ─ The number of screen group displays when the DVR is not in the 4x4 display mode of the 16-channel DVR, and 3x3 mode of the 8-channel DVR.

  • Page 53: Figure 34 ─ Main Monitor Setup Screen

    Cameo sequence. You can define the screen layout in a variety of formats and set the DVR to sequence through the different screen layouts (pages) so that all the cameras will be displayed. You can also set up the DVR to display one camera or a group of cameras all the time while cycling through the remaining cameras in a “cameo”...

  • Page 54: Figure 35 ─ Spot Monitor Setup Screen

    User’s Manual Highlight Event Monitoring On and press the Off. When it is On, the DVR will display the camera associated with the event when an event occurs. Highlight Enable VGA Enhancement and press the provides clearer live video by reducing visual defects called interlace artifacts.

  • Page 55: Status Screen

    Disk Almost Full will be highlighted when the DVR is not in the Recycle mode and the level of disk usage reaches the Disk Almost Full percentage you made in the Monitoring setup screen on the System menu.

  • Page 56: Figure 38 ─ Storage Screen

    Good (%) (The device is working properly though some portion (%) of the storage is damaged.) or Bad (More than 90% of the storage is damaged.))  Temperature ─ Displays the temperature of the storage drive. (N/A (The DVR cannot read the temperature.), Good (The temperature is normal.) or Bad (The temperature is 70 ...

  • Page 57: Chapter 4 ─ Operation

    Chapters 2 and 3. The DVR’s controls are similar to a VCR. As with a VCR, the main functions are recording and playing back video. However, you have much greater control over recording and playing back video. You can establish recording schedules based on time of day and day of the week.

  • Page 58: Live Monitoring Menu

    (Sequence) in the Live Monitoring menu causes the cameras to display sequentially. It is the same as pressing and holding the When in one of the multi-view formats, pressing this button will cause the DVR to go through predefined screen layouts (Full Sequence). Or, the bottom, right screen will display live cameras sequentially (Cameo Sequence).

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    Active Cameo mode. Refer to the following Active Cameo Mode section for details. Alarm Reset Selecting (Alarm Reset) in the Live Monitoring menu resets the DVR’s outputs including the internal buzzer during an alarm. It is the same as pressing the Panic...

  • Page 60: Ptz Mode

    Logout screen asking you to confirm whether or not you want to log out the current user PTZ MODE If a user who has PTZ Control authority logs into the system, the user can control PTZ cameras. The DVR will control cameras with Pan, Tilt and Zoom capabilities. Press the menu and enter the PTZ mode, and press the button again to exit the PTZ mode.

  • Page 61: Zoom Mode

    In active cameo mode, press the button for the camera you want to display in the active cameo. After setting the camera number to active cameo, the DVR moves the active cameo to the next cameo. When the camera number exists on the current screen, the active cameo is changed with the existing camera number. When the camera number does not exist on the current screen, the active cameo is replaced by the camera number.

  • Page 62: Event Monitoring

    USING A MOUSE You can use a mouse instead of the front panel buttons to perform many of the DVR functions. In the Live Monitoring mode or Search mode, moving the mouse pointer to the left edge of the screen displays the following Mouse Display menu icons.

  • Page 63: Recording Video

    Recycle On or Recycle Off. The factory default is Recycle On. It does this by recording over the oldest video once the hard disk is full. Setting the DVR to Recycle Off causes it to stop recording once the hard disk is full.

  • Page 64: Panic Recording

    RECORDING AUDIO If the DVR was set up to record audio, it will record audio from up to four inputs when video is recording. The DVR will not record audio when the recording speed is set to less than 1 ips.

  • Page 65: Searching Video

    Cameo Button: Pressing and holding the button for three seconds or longer enters the cameo mode. The yellow outline surrounding the video indicates the active cameo, and pressing the arrow buttons moves the active cameo. Pressing the desired camera button in the active cameo edits the cameo and displays the video of selected camera.

  • Page 66: Search Menu

    Selecting Zoom again exits the Zoom mode.  Audio: Selecting Audio toggles audio playback On and Off. Recorded audio will be played when the DVR displays a camera with recorded audio in full screen mode.  Enable De-Interlace: Selecting Enable De-Interlace turns the de-interlace filters on.

  • Page 67: Record Table Search

    Left or Right arrow buttons on the front panel or by clicking the mouse on the desired segment. If the DVR’s time and date have been reset to a time that is earlier than some recorded video, it is possible for the DVR to have more than one video stream in the same time range.

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    NOTE: If the DVR has images recorded in more than one recording mode in the same time range, the recording status bar displays recording information in the following priority order: Panic  Pre-Event ...

  • Page 69: Event Log Search

    You will only be able to turn the Check Time Overlap on or off if a user-defined date and time is set to From and To. If the DVR’s date and time have been reset, it is possible for the DVR to have more than one overlapping start and stop time.

  • Page 70: Text-in Search

    Highlight the box beside Record Channels and press the want to search for any reports of event recorded data. The DVR will display the events (not the camera channels) that occurred and that also are recorded on the camera channel that you selected. If you do not select a camera channel in this field, the DVR will search events that are not associated with cameras.

  • Page 71: Motion Search

    You can also narrow your event search by selecting the Option… button and setting up the new search condition. Highlight the Channel and press the Highlight the text input device box and press the Highlighting the + and pressing the desired search parameter.

  • Page 72: Clip Copy

    User’s Manual The Motion Search… can be selected from the Search menu while the DVR displays the camera full screen. The Motion Search screen displays a list of motion events. Use the arrow buttons to highlight the event for which you would like to see video and press the with the selected event on the small search screen.

  • Page 73: Figure 46 ─ Clip-copy Screen

    Chapter 3 – Configuration – System Information section. The DVR automatically assigns a file name to the video clip. However, you can give the video clip file a different name. Highlight the box beside File Name and press the Enter a file name for the video you are backing up and select Close.

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    When the storage device does not have enough space, the DVR will ask if you want to copy as much of the video clip as possible in the available space. Highlight the Continue button and press the button to continue clip copy.

  • Page 75: Appendix A ─ Usb Hard Disk Drive Preparation

    13. In the Format Screen, select “Full” as the “Format type” and click “Start”. 14. After formatting is complete, connect the USB hard disk drive to the DVR. NOTE: Microsoft is either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.

  • Page 76: Appendix B ─ Text-in Search Examples

    User’s Manual Appendix B ─ Text-In Search Examples Search Example I 123456789012345678901234567890123456789012345678901234567890 Item Unit price ================================================== Coke 2.20 | Fanta 2.20 | Hotdog 3.50 | Pepsi 1.95 | ================================================== Thank you~~ In the above text-in data, you can find that the comparison value is located at 17 be ignored automatically), 28 case, you can enter “17”, “28”...

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    Digital Video Recorder In the above text-in data, you can find that the comparison value is located at 17 (Unit price, $ mark will be ignored automatically), 28 (Qty) and 40 (amount) characters (including spaces) from the left, but the value of amount category is located on a different line from Item.

  • Page 78: Appendix C ─ Webguard

    Selecting the Enable DVRNS option allows you to enter the DVR name registered on the DVRNS server instead of the IP address. You must enter the DVRNS server address and port number in the SETUP setting when selecting the Enable DVRNS option.

  • Page 79: Web Monitoring Mode

    Position the mouse pointer on the WebWatch logo to see the version of the WebGuard program. ④ The DVR information window displays the login information of WebGuard. ⑤ Click the screen format to select the desired display mode. When changing the screen format, the selected camera on the current screen will be located in the first cell of the new layout.

  • Page 80: Web Search Mode

    Web Search Mode WebSearch is a remote web search program that allows you to search recorded video on the remote DVR. NOTE: The remote site connection in the Web Search mode will automatically be disconnected if there is no activity for 30 minutes.

  • Page 81: Figure 48 ─ Websearch Screen

    ③ Position the mouse pointer on the WebSearch logo to see the version of the WebGuard program. ④ The DVR information window displays the time information of recorded data on the remote DVR and login information of WebGuard. ⑤ Click the to blur, sharpen, equalize and interpolate playback images.

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    User’s Manual ⑪ Click to set up the image drawing mode and OSD display. You can change the display speed by adjusting the image drawing mode, and select OSD information to display on the screen. ⑫ Click the to reload the recording data. ⑬...

  • Page 83: Appendix D ─ Troubleshooting

    If a cable is attached to the “Loop” connector, make certain it is connected to a properly terminated device. If the DVR does not detect a VGA monitor automatically, press and hold button on the front panel for 5 seconds or longer to switch the Panic video output from Video out to VGA out.

  • Page 84: Appendix E ─ Connector Pin Outs

    User’s Manual Appendix E ─ Connector Pin Outs I/O Connector Pin Outs AI (1 to 16) RS485 Connector Pin Outs Alarm Inputs 1 to 16 Chassis Ground (5 connectors) Relay Alarm Outputs (Normally Closed) Relay Alarm Outputs (Normally Open) Relay Common Alarm Reset In Master Unit Slave Unit...

  • Page 85: Appendix F ─ Map Of Screens

    Digital Video Recorder Appendix F ─ Map of Screens...

  • Page 86: Appendix G ─ System Log Notices

    User’s Manual Appendix G ─ System Log Notices Upgrade Failure Power Failure Time Change Time Zone Change Time Sync Time Sync Failed Setup Begin Setup End Remote Setup Change Remote Setup Failure Setup Imported Setup Import Failure Setup Exported Setup Export Failure Setup Export Canceled Boot Up Shutdown...

  • Page 87: Appendix H ─ Error Code Notices

    Appendix H ─ Error Code Notices System Upgrade Related Description Unknown error. File version error. Operating system version error. Software version error. Kernel version error. Upgrade device mounting failed. Package is not found. Extracting package failed. LILO failed. Rebooting failed. Invalid package.

  • Page 88: Appendix I ─ Specifications

    User’s Manual Appendix I ─ Specifications Signal Format Video Input Monitor Outputs Video Resolution Playback/Record Speed (images per second) Alarm Input Alarm Output Alarm Reset Input Internal Buzzer Network Connectivity Audio Input Audio Output Text Input Video Input Video Loop Monitor Output Audio In Audio Out...

  • Page 89

    Dimensions (W x H x D) Unit Weight Shipping Weight Shipping Dimensions (W x H x D) Operating Temperature Operating Humidity Power Power Consumption Approvals ** CAUTION: Risk of Explosion if Battery is replaced by an Incorrect Type. Dispose of Used Batteries According to the Instructions.

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