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BEFORE INSTALLING ANYTHING WE
STRONGLY RECOMMEND THAT YOU
CONNECT YOUR CAMERAS TO YOUR DVR
AND TEST YOUR SYSTEM FIRST.
WE CHECK EVERYTHING TO MAKE SURE IT
IS WORKING WHEN IT LEAVES US BUT
OCCASIONALLY THINGS FAIL AND IT IS
BETTER TO KNOW NOW THAN AFTER YOU
HAVE FITTED EVERYTHING!
1.
Connecting your cameras.
Your Cameras have 2 plugs
attached, one is a BNC connector
(for the video) the other is for
power. Connect these plugs into
the sockets on the end of one of
the cables included in the kit.
2.
Connecting your DVR.
At the other end of the cable there
are two plugs, these connect your
camera to the DVR and also to the
power supply.
You will also need to connect yout
DVR to a TV or monitor. You can
connect your system to a HD TV using
a HDMI cable, you can also use the
RCA (Video Out) socket or the VGA
socket on the back of the DVR.
.
3.
Switch on
Once you have connected all the
cables successfully connect the
DVR & Camera power leads to a
power outlet. Switch on your TV
and select the HDMI socket you
have DVR connected to.
FACE DETECTION FUNCTION SETUP
1.
Mounting Angle of Camera
The face detection feature can tolerate an angle error of up to 45
degrees. Clear facial images will decrease the chance of an omission
from the face capture list.
Horizontal Angle
The horizontal angle is the angle
between the camera and the
horizontal direction away from
the face pointing at the camera.
The limit should be below 45
degrees. It is recommended not
to exceed 30 degrees.
30°
2 .
Cameras Distance and Lens Focal Length
The proportion of the face
inside the screen is a critical
factor for face detection. The
minimum height of the face
should be more than 8% of the
screen and the recommended
height is 20% of the screen.
Baring in mind the above
requirements, you can figure out
how to choose the lens according
to the size of the camera's
sensor.
QUICK SET UP
GUIDE
KIT005-SFX
KIT006-SFX
CAM005
Power Adaptor
4-Way Split Cable
Output to TV
or Monitor
DVR Power
Further, more detailed instructions on how to operate your DVR are included in the main manual which is on the set up disc included.
We refrain from printing these large manuals in an effort to limit our impact on the environment.
Vertical Angle
The vertical angle means the
angle above and between
camera and person's face.
The limit should be below 45
degrees. It is recommended not
to exceed 30 degrees.
30°
100%
20%
8%
L-max
L-better
3.
Power
Connecto r
You can connect your system to
a HD TV using a HDMI Cable, you
can also connect them together
using an RCA lead, or to a
monitor using a VGA lead.
Connect the
mouse to the
USB socket
3.

Software Setup

To complete the facial detection setup you will need to switch on
the the DVR and set the detection areas (the first thing you may
see on the monitor screen will be the P2P Setup Wizard, please turn
over for the instructions for this). Follow the steps below:
Enter main menu (right click)
Face: to set face detection
parameters
Face Search: to search face
images and video data stored on
the DVR.
Storage: to set cloud storage
function (save face snapshots
remotely).
Face - setting the detection area
Enter main menu and set face
detection parameters.
Red: Detection area
Once set, the device only detects
the faces in the detection area.
False positives and underreporting
can be effectively reduced by
setting the detection area correctly.
Blue: Minimum face
This means the minimum face
detection area. When the face is
smaller than minimum detection
area, it cannot be detected.
Yellow: Maximum face
This means the maximum face
detection area. When the face is
more than the maximum detection
area, it cannot be detected.
Camera
1.
Power Connector
BNC Connector
This connects
your camera to
the power supply
2.
BNC Connecto r
to DVR
Continued next page
(We recommend you
keep your cables
coiled whilst you test
your system)
This connects
your camera to
the DVR

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  • Page 1: Software Setup

    QUICK SET UP Camera GUIDE BEFORE INSTALLING ANYTHING WE KIT005-SFX STRONGLY RECOMMEND THAT YOU KIT006-SFX CONNECT YOUR CAMERAS TO YOUR DVR CAM005 AND TEST YOUR SYSTEM FIRST. Power Connector WE CHECK EVERYTHING TO MAKE SURE IT Power Adaptor IS WORKING WHEN IT LEAVES US BUT...
  • Page 2 EASY SMART PHONE SETUP FOR LIVE VIEW & REMOTE PLAYBACK For the convenience of monitoring your Qvis security system on the move via your smart phone we have provided a quick and simple remote connection setup service. Please follow the steps below closely to successfully setup the connection for live view and remote playback.
  • Page 3 4/8/16 Channel 960H DVR USER’S MANUAL V2.0 01.2015 © Copyright QVIS Home ®. All documentation rights reserved.
  • Page 4 Here you can find information about the corresponding DVR’s features and functions, as well as a detailed menu tree. Before installation and operation please read the following safeguards and warnings carefully! © Copyright QVIS Home ®. All documentation rights reserved.
  • Page 5: Important Safeguards And Warnings

     This product should be transported, stored and operated in an environment ranging from 0℃ to 55 ℃. 6. Accessories  Be sure to use all the accessories available in the Qvis Home range.  Before installation, please open the package and check all the components are included.
  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    2.2 The Introduction of the Main Menu ....................13 2.3 The Video Inquiry ............................ 13 2.4 Configuration ............................17 2.4.1 System ................................ 17 2.4.2 Record ............................... 18 2.4.3 Network ..............................21 © Copyright QVIS Home ®. All documentation rights reserved.
  • Page 7 3.1.2 The Interface Of Web Operations ....................35 3.1.3 The Real-time Monitoring ........................36 3.1.4 Configuration ............................37 3.1.5 Search Record ............................38 3.1.6 Alarm Configuration ..........................39 4 TROUBLESHOOTING ....................40 © Copyright QVIS Home ®. All documentation rights reserved.
  • Page 8: Features And Quick Setup

    There is also an option to store data on a remote server (cloud storage location) by connected the DVR to a local or wide area network by using the standard Ethernet interface port (plug and play). © Copyright QVIS Home ®. All documentation rights reserved.
  • Page 9: Installation

    Installation Steps: (See quick startup guide page 4) NOTE: Before installing anything we strongly recommend that you connect your cameras to your dvr and test your system first. © Copyright QVIS Home ®. All documentation rights reserved.
  • Page 10 5. Connect your DVR a power outlet and switch on the power. Caution For an external alarm device or a PTZ, please refer to the relevant instructions. Connect the power line after all lines connected correctly. © Copyright QVIS Home ®. All documentation rights reserved.
  • Page 11: Quick Setup Diagram

    1.4 Quick Setup Diagram 1.5 Smart Phone Setup for Live View & Remote Playback For the convenience of monitoring your Qvis Home security system on the move via your smart phone we have provided a quick and simple remote connection setup service.
  • Page 12: The Mouse

     Exit the current screen without saving. Left click is used to:  Enter the desired menu or the main screen.  Select menu options.  Select/unselect the checkboxes.  When controlling a PTZ camera. © Copyright QVIS Home ®. All documentation rights reserved.
  • Page 13: On-screen Keyboard

    20 Seconds. When this process has been completed the DVR will enter the multi-screen real-time surveillance mode. If your hard drive is not properly connected, the following message will appear on your screen. © Copyright QVIS Home ®. All documentation rights reserved.
  • Page 14 Below is the multi-screen real-time surveillance mode: NOTE: Please do not use any type of power supply which is different from the power supply included in this kit. © Copyright QVIS Home ®. All documentation rights reserved.
  • Page 15: Power Off

    :The video feed of the channel has been lost. :Motion detection functionality is on. :The channel is currently in monitoring and locked status. :Adjust the volume of audio output. :Slideshow of all connected cameras, in full screen. © Copyright QVIS Home ®. All documentation rights reserved.
  • Page 16: Operation Icons

    Switch screens by the front panel, a remote control or a mouse. If screen prompts of external alarm, video loss, occlusion detection, dynamic detection, network connection and IP conflict is set, the following interface will pop up when the relevant alarm occurs. © Copyright QVIS Home ®. All documentation rights reserved.
  • Page 17: Operations Guide

    Image color hue, brightness, contrast, saturation, gain and white-level parameters can all be adjusted to desired levels. See screen shot of the Colour Setting menu on the next page. © Copyright QVIS Home ®. All documentation rights reserved.
  • Page 18: The Video Inquiry

    NOTE: only users who have the highest priority setting on their profile can use the manual recording function. In the real-time monitoring screen, right click and select ‘Record’ to enter the following interface. © Copyright QVIS Home ®. All documentation rights reserved.
  • Page 19: The Main Menu

    After incorrectly inputting the password in five times, the account will be locked. Please change the default password and the user name. Refer to Chapter 2.4.5 ‘Accounts’ for more details. © Copyright QVIS Home ®. All documentation rights reserved.
  • Page 20: The Introduction Of The Main Menu

    【Shutdown】Log off from the user menu, turn off the machine, restart the system, and switch user and other operations. 2.3 The Video Inquiry In the real-time monitoring screen, right click and select【search】to enter the search interface. © Copyright QVIS Home ®. All documentation rights reserved.
  • Page 21 © Copyright QVIS Home ®. All documentation rights reserved.
  • Page 22 Displays the start time, end time, and the size of documents the video file. Tick to backup file in file list box, click the Backup backup button,cancel backup file ---click “√” from backup menu “√”. © Copyright QVIS Home ®. All documentation rights reserved.
  • Page 23 ►/ to enter the normal playback. NOTE: The player’s playback control bar shows file playback speed, channel, time, playback progress, etc. © Copyright QVIS Home ®. All documentation rights reserved.
  • Page 24: Configuration

    【DST】Select the button and set the starting and ending time. 【Time Format】24 hr or 12 hr mode 【Language】 Select a language. 【Full HDD】When HDD is full, there are two options: “Overwrite” or “Stop recording”. © Copyright QVIS Home ®. All documentation rights reserved.
  • Page 25: Record

    【Bit Rate】Constant Bit rate or Variable Bitrates. There are 6 levels for image quality in Variable Bit rate. 【Audio】Choose channels to record sound or not. 【Snapshot】You can set the capture mode, picture size, picture quality and capture frequency. © Copyright QVIS Home ®. All documentation rights reserved.
  • Page 26 【Preview】Set the masking zone. Masking zone is shown on the screen when displayed but will not be fully set in the recorded footage unless saved. 【Monitor】Set masking zone. Masking zones are shown in the screen when displaying or recording. © Copyright QVIS Home ®. All documentation rights reserved.
  • Page 27 【Copy】Copy the settings to other channels. Click the set button to enter the following interface: 【Time 】Recording time; 6 periods can be set every day. 【Normal】Normal record. 【Moving Detection】Motion detection. © Copyright QVIS Home ®. All documentation rights reserved.
  • Page 28: Network

    【IP Address】use()or input numbers to modify IP, then set 【subnet mask】 and 【default gateway】for this IP. 【First DNS Server】DNS server IP. 【Alternate DNS Server】DNS alternate IP 【Physical Address】physical address of current net port Advanced © Copyright QVIS Home ®. All documentation rights reserved.
  • Page 29 1. Set FTP server’s IP address and port (Default: 21). 2. Create an account in FileZilla Server on the computer. 3. Fill in the username, password and remote directory which have been created. © Copyright QVIS Home ®. All documentation rights reserved.
  • Page 30: Alarm

    DVR. 2.4.4 Alarm Detect 【Motion detection】motion detection and alarm 【Zone setting】22x18 =396 zones mask 【Sensibility】6 grades 【Management】as same as local alarm 【Preview】alarm preview 【Video lose】detect video loses and alarm © Copyright QVIS Home ®. All documentation rights reserved.
  • Page 31: Account

    Reusable allows the account to be used by multiple logins.  Users can only belong to one group. User rights cannot exceed group rights. 【Modify users】Modify existing group member information and authority. 【Add group】Add group and set group authorities. © Copyright QVIS Home ®. All documentation rights reserved.
  • Page 32: Abnormity

    【Disk Error】. 【No Disk】alarms when HDD is not present or it can’t be detected. 【Process】You can choose【Alarm Output】, 【Display On Screen】 and 【Send Email】 and 【pushed to phone】to show abnormal events occurring. © Copyright QVIS Home ®. All documentation rights reserved.
  • Page 33: Storage

    NOTE: Hard disk format operation will result in the loss of video data. 【Set】to set HDD as read-write, read only or redundancy mode. In read only mode, video data cannot be over-written. © Copyright QVIS Home ®. All documentation rights reserved.
  • Page 34: Backup

    Connect an External USB device to the spare USB port to backup footage in the ‘Record Backup’ menu. 【Detect】Identifies the external USB device and displays the device’s information. 【Backup】Tick the external device and click【Backup】to enter the backup menu . © Copyright QVIS Home ®. All documentation rights reserved.
  • Page 35: Output

    【Delete】delete all data upon USB backup device NOTE: The 【Delete】operation will cause loss of permanent recorded data. 2.6 Output The following image shows the ‘Output’ menu for peripheral device management and setup. © Copyright QVIS Home ®. All documentation rights reserved.
  • Page 36: Display

    【Transparency】To set the opacity of the interface infront of the video display panels. There are four different transparency grades. 【Channel Name】Modify the channel name. Options available to tick: 【Time Display】,【Channel Display】and【Over Info】. © Copyright QVIS Home ®. All documentation rights reserved.
  • Page 37 Enable camera channel video display cycle and the intervals between rotations. The time that can be set has to be within 5-120 seconds. The mode includes single screen, four, eight, nine, sixteen screen. © Copyright QVIS Home ®. All documentation rights reserved.
  • Page 38: Maintain

    The Log menu displays the login details of users on the device. You can choose a start and end time & date to view the login details within that time frame frame. © Copyright QVIS Home ®. All documentation rights reserved.
  • Page 39: Version

    DVR device. 2.7.3 Default 【Default】Restoring the default settings of the following parameters. NOTE:Menu transparencies, language, time format, video format, IP, user ID details will not be restored via this menu. © Copyright QVIS Home ®. All documentation rights reserved.
  • Page 40: Bps

    2.7.5 Auto Maintain 【Auto Maintain】Set auto maintenance items. 2.7.6 Online User 【On-line Users】Displays the current online user’s IP. 2.8 Shutdown 【Menu Logout】Log out the current user. 【Shutdown】Shutdown the DVR 【Restart System】Reboot the DVR © Copyright QVIS Home ®. All documentation rights reserved.
  • Page 41: Web And Client

    Install ActiveX: Right click and choose install. If installation is blocked by Windows, please add the IP as a trusted site or lower your Internet Explorer security settings to allow this. Install Control © Copyright QVIS Home ®. All documentation rights reserved.
  • Page 42: The Interface Of Web Operations

    Login screen 3.1.2 The Interface Of Web Operations If you have successfully completed the previous steps and logged in successfully you will see the WEB user interface (GUI) below: WEB Interface © Copyright QVIS Home ®. All documentation rights reserved.
  • Page 43: The Real-time Monitoring

    DVR's IP and rate information is shown (please see image below). Stream information Lower left corner shows the current video channel name. Upper right corner shows the current video time information. © Copyright QVIS Home ®. All documentation rights reserved.
  • Page 44: Configuration

    Capture: capture of the present channel, set the path in “other”. Sound: on/off sound. Off video: off the focus window video. 3.1.4 Configuration Access DVR’s local configuration menu by clicking the ‘System Setting’ option. © Copyright QVIS Home ®. All documentation rights reserved.
  • Page 45: Search Record

    Download: select a searched video to download to local. The download speed and percentage are displayed on the bottom of the screen. © Copyright QVIS Home ®. All documentation rights reserved.
  • Page 46: Alarm Configuration

    Click 【Sound Pop-up】, you can choose a pre-recorded alarm tone on the local hard drive when an alarm occurs, tone file in WAV format. © Copyright QVIS Home ®. All documentation rights reserved.
  • Page 47: Troubleshooting

    Blurred screen in playback mode or failure to playback records Possible reasons: Procedure error, reboot the DVR HDD error, test or change out the HDD DVR hardware failure, contact your local supplier © Copyright QVIS Home ®. All documentation rights reserved.
  • Page 48 2. The USB or HDD device has an error. 3. Do not install graphic software later than DX8.1. Internet Explore Crash Close IE explore, enter into the tool bar: DO NOT CHECK IE tool bar © Copyright QVIS Home ®. All documentation rights reserved.
  • Page 49 APP DOWNLOAD DOWNLOAD To remotely access your DVR via a PC or computer workstation, connected to the internet, please scan the QR code below and register to our P2P website: www.qviscloud.co.uk © Copyright QVIS Home ®. All documentation rights reserved.
  • Page 50 & accessories, please visit our website: www.qvishome.co.uk Alternatively scan this QR code with your smart phone to be directed instantly to our website. Download our mobile apps to remotely operate your DVR on the move. © Copyright QVIS Home ®. All documentation rights reserved.

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