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Digital Video Recorder
SISTORE AX4 Lite 1000/100
V4.0
Configuration &
Operation Manual
Siemens AG

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    Digital Video Recorder SISTORE AX4 Lite 1000/100 V4.0 Configuration & Operation Manual Siemens AG...

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    If you have questions or suggestions regarding the product or this documentation, please contact our Customer Support Center: Intranet: Customer Support Center Internet: About us > Worldwide Contacts Email: fs.support.sbt@siemens.com Tel.: +49 89 9221 8000 Fax: +49 89 6367 2000 Training courses Siemens provides training courses for all products.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    System Event screen ................51 7.9.7 Event status ....................54 7.10 Display ....................55 7.10.1 OSD screen.....................55 7.10.2 VGA......................57 7.10.3 Main Monitor screen ................58 7.11 Configuring devices.................59 7.11.1 Camera setup screen................59 7.11.2 Audio Setup.....................61 7.11.3 Alarm-Out screen ..................62 7.11.4 Remote Control screen ................64 Siemens AG 06.2010...

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    Record Table Search ................91 8.7.1.3 Motion Search ..................93 8.7.1.4 Text-In Search..................95 8.7.2 Go To Menu ....................97 8.7.3 Export ......................98 8.7.4 Camera Menu ..................100 8.7.5 Alarm Reset...................101 8.7.6 Panic .....................101 8.7.7 Data Source ..................101 8.7.8 Exit ......................101 Troubleshooting..................102 Disposal ....................103 Siemens AG 06.2010...

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    Recording tables ...................112 11.4.1 Recording times with 250 GB HDD (days) for PAL images....112 11.4.2 Recording times with 250 GB HDD (days) for NTSC images....113 11.5 Map of screens..................114 11.6 System log notices ................115 11.7 Error code notices .................116 Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 7: Safety

    Do not connect the device if it is damaged or any parts are missing. Do not make any changes or modifications to the device unless they have been approved by the manufacturer. Use only spare parts and accessories that have been approved by the manufacturer. Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 8: Transport

    IT power systems. Damage to the device due to overvoltage Connect the device only to power sources with the specified voltage. Voltage supply requirements can be found on the type label (see Section 3: Technical data). Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 9: Service And Maintenance

    The severity of a hazard is indicated by the following written warning notices. Signal word Type of risk CAUTION There is a risk of minor injuries or damage to property. Meaning of the hazard symbols The nature of the hazard is indicated by icons. Warning of a hazard Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 10: Directives And Standards

    Directives and standards Directives and standards This product complies with the requirements of the following European directives. The EU declaration of conformity is available to the responsible agencies at: Siemens AG 76181 Karlsruhe Germany European Directive 2004/108/EC "Electromagnetic Compatibility" Compliance with the European Directive 2004/108/EC has been proven by testing...

  • Page 11: Technical Data

    Embedded Linux (built-in flash memory) Hard disk capacity 1 internal hard disk drive: 1000 GB SATA Backup recording media USB (hard disk drive, CD burner, flash memory) Disk management Temperature check, SMART diagnosis, operation without hard disk drive Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 12: Details For Ordering

    340 x 46.5 x 310 mm Approvals CE, FCC, C-Tick, RoHS Details for ordering Type Order No. Designation Weight SISTORE AX4 Lite 1000/100 S54569-C51-A3 SISTORE AX4 Lite, 1000 GB, 100 ips 4.5 kg Scope of delivery Digital video recorder Power cord CD-ROM including: Configuration &...

  • Page 13: Description Of Functions

    Continues recording while transmitting to remote site and during playback – User-friendly Graphical User Interface (GUI) menu system – Multiple recording modes (time-lapse, pre-event, alarm, motion and panic) – Two-way audio communication – 4-channel audio recording and 1-channel audio playback – Siemens AG 06.2010...

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    Alarm connections include: input, output and reset input – Built-in alarm buzzer – Live or recorded video access via Ethernet – Time synchronization using industry standard protocol – Self-diagnostics with automatic notification including hard disk drive S.M.A.R.T. – protocol Infrared remote control – Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 15: Configuration

    You can also use a USB mouse (not supplied) to navigate through the screens and menus much like you would on a computer. Power LED 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. Siemens AG 06.2010...

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    Setup. Pressing the button also closes the current menu or setup dialog box. In the Playback mode, pressing the button displays the Search menu. Pressing and holding the button for three seconds or longer displays live channels sequentially. Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 17: Remote Controls

    Alarm button Camera buttons Play/Clip button Enter/Pause button PTZ/Zoom button Menu button Arrow buttons Turning on the power Connecting the power cord to the DVR turns on the unit. The unit takes approximately 60 seconds to initialize. Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 18: Initial Unit Setup

    (Logout) in the Live Monitoring menu. The Logout screen displays asking you to confirm whether or not you want to log out the current user. Fig. 4 Logout screen Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 19: Setup Screen

    Special characters can be created using ^ and a capital letter; e.g., ^J for NL (New Line), ^M for CR (Carriage Return). Special characters are commonly used by text input devices and will be useful when performing Text-In Searches. Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 20: Recording Settings

    "Standard". NOTE The total ips of all camera channels will be limited to 50 ips (60 ips for NTSC) when set to High resolution and 25 ips (30 ips for NTSC) when set to Very High resolution. Siemens AG 06.2010...

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    The Panic Record setup screen appears. Fig. 9 Record setup screen Highlighting Use Panic Recording and pressing the button toggles between On and Off. Highlight the Panic Recording – Duration box and set the duration of panic recording. Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 22: Schedule Screen

    Î Selecting Cancel exits the screen without saving the changes. 7.7.2 Schedule screen Highlight Schedule in the Record menu and press the button. Î The Schedule setup screen appears. Fig. 10 Schedule setup screen (Simple Mode) Siemens AG 06.2010...

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    When the DVR is in the Time mode, the icon displays at the top-left corner of the screen. The DVR will record and displays the icon at the top-left corner of the screen during the scheduled times. Siemens AG 06.2010...

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    Quality, Resolution and Dwell values of events are different from each other. However, the ips will be reset to the supported maximum value when the ips, Quality, Resolution and Dwell are set to the highest value (Advanced Mode only). Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 25: Pre-event Screen

    Highlight Pre-Event in the Record menu and press the button. Î The Pre-Event setup screen appears. Î If you do not have Event set up in the Record Schedule, a message will display alerting you to this fact. Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 26: Network Setup

    You can save your changes by highlighting Save and pressing the button. Î Selecting Cancel exits the screen without saving the changes. Network setup In the main screen, use the Left or Right arrow buttons to display the Network menu. Fig. 15 Network menu Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 27: Network Screen

    The higher Quality settings require higher Transfer Speed settings. The transfer speed you set is the maximum speed. Depending on the network environment, this speed may not be achieved. NOTE The local recording speed might be affected by various network bandwidth (Transfer Speed) conditions. Siemens AG 06.2010...

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    Highlight the Manual box and press the button. A list of email service provider appears. Selecting an email service provider from the list automatically sets up the SMTP server, port and SSL/TLS usage settings. Selecting Manual allows you to enter the settings manually Siemens AG 06.2010...

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    Refer to 11.7 Error code notices for the description of SW error codes or the common SMTP response codes for the description of SMTP response codes for the email test Siemens AG 06.2010...

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    You can select from 1 to 10 retries. You can save your notification changes by highlighting Save and pressing the button. Î Selecting Cancel exits the screen without saving the changes. Highlight the Web Client tab. Î The Web Client screen displays. Siemens AG 06.2010...

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    Set the port number used when accessing Web Client by using the Up and Down arrow buttons to increase or decrease the numbers. Î You can save your Network changes by highlighting Save and pressing the button. Î Selecting Cancel exits the screen without saving the changes. Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 32: Lan Setup Screen

    Highlight the Port Number Setup… box and press the button. Î The Port Number Setup screen appears. NOTE You will need to get the appropriate Port Numbers for each RAS and Web Client related program (Admin, Callback, Watch and Search) from your network administrator. Siemens AG 06.2010...

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    Client as well. Refer to the RAS manual for details. Î Selecting "DHCP" from the Type and highlighting the Save button reads the current IP address of the DVR configured by DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) network. Fig. 23 LAN (DHCP) setup screen Siemens AG 06.2010...

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    Entering the ID and Password and highlighting OK reads the current IP address of the DVR configured by the ADSL network. 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. Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 35: Ddns

    You are required to log in the DDNS server to register a DVR hostname on the DDNS server. NOTE When using the NAT (Network Address Translation) device, refer to the NAT manufacturer’s instructions for proper network settings. Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 36: Event Settings

    The alarm terminal strip on the back of the DVR has inputs associated with each alarm. You can set up each input on the Alarm-In screen. You can turn each input On or Off by highlighting the alarm number and pressing the button. Each input can be given a title. Siemens AG 06.2010...

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    Highlight the desired box under the Alarm-Out heading, and press the button. Select between Alarm Output and Beep (DVR’s internal buzzer) that you would like to activate whenever the DVR detects an input on the associated alarm input. Siemens AG 06.2010...

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    DVR detects an input on the associated alarm input. Î You can save your Alarm-In changes by highlighting Save and pressing . Î Selecting Cancel exits the screen without saving the changes. Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 39: Motion Detection Screen

    DVR’s sensitivity to motion for Daytime and Nighttime independently. There are five settings with 1 being the least sensitive and 5 being the most sensitive. Fig. 31 Motion Detection Sensitivity screen Siemens AG 06.2010...

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    Up and Down arrow buttons, and individual blocks within the block groups are selected or cleared using the camera buttons. Press the button to display the menu screen. The menu on the setup screen has the following functions: Siemens AG 06.2010...

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    Highlight the box beside Daytime and press the button. Use the Up and Down arrow buttons to set the Daytime range. Î The DVR will consider the remaining time range as the Nighttime. Highlight the Actions tab. Î The Motion Detection Actions screen displays. Siemens AG 06.2010...

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    You can toggle the entire list On and Off by highlighting Notification and pressing the button. You can toggle the individual items On and Off by highlighting that item and pressing the button. Highlight OK and press the button to accept your changes. Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 43: Video Loss Screen

    The DVR will not consider any signal loss from a camera to be a Video Loss if the detected signal loss is shorter than the interval set on this screen. 10. Highlight the Actions tab. Î The Video Loss Actions screen displays. Siemens AG 06.2010...

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    Highlight OK and press the button to accept your changes. NOTE For the Notify action, the notify item you select should be enabled in the Notification setup screen and the DVR should be registered in the RAS (Remote Administration System). Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 45: Video Blind Screen

    Highlight the box under the Activation Time tab to set the duration before the DVR will report a Video Blind. Î The DVR will not consider any blindness/obscuration on camera video to be Video Blind if the blindness lasts less time than the preset Activation Time after initial detection.. Siemens AG 06.2010...

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    You can toggle the entire list On and Off by highlighting Notification and pressing the button. You can toggle the individual items On and Off by highlighting that item and pressing the button. Highlight OK and press the button to accept your changes. Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 47: Text-in Screen

    Selecting the Setup heading changes all the parameters excluding Port settings of all the text input channels. NOTE The system performance might be affected when a large quantity of text inputs are detected from several channels at the same time. Siemens AG 06.2010...

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    If Any Character is turned On, you will not be able to enter any text in the Transaction Start box. 11. Highlight the box beside Transaction End, and press the button. 12. Use the virtual keyboard to enter the Transaction End string. Siemens AG 06.2010...

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    You can adjust the Time Out dwell from 5 seconds to 15 minutes. 22. Highlight the Actions tab. Î The Text-In Actions screen displays. Fig. 43 Text-In Actions screen Siemens AG 06.2010...

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    Select the preset positions for each PTZ camera, where you want PTZ cameras to move to when the DVR detects text input. Î You can save your Text-In changes by highlighting Save and pressing the button. Î Selecting Cancel exits the screen without saving the changes. Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 51: System Event Screen

    When set to On, you can select the day, time range and interval that you want the DVR to run self-diagnostics on the recorder. The Interval can be selected from 1 min. to 7 days or “Never". The box allows you to delete a check recording schedule. Siemens AG 06.2010...

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    Storage Highlight the box beside Disk Bad Notify, and press the button. Î Select percentage level of bad disk sectors at which you want the DVR to trigger an alert. Percentage levels range from 10% to 90%. Siemens AG 06.2010...

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    The Alarm-Out action cannot be set to System and Panic Record events. Highlight the Notify box beside the desired event (System, Panic Record, Check Recording, Check Alarm-In, Disk Almost Full, Disk Full, Disk Bad, Disk Temperature, or Disk S.M.A.R.T.), and press the button. Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 54: Event Status

    Panic Record will be highlighted while the DVR is in the panic recording mode. Check Alarm-In and Check Recording will be highlighted when each event is detected based on the settings you made in the System Event setup screen on the Event menu. Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 55: Display

    On, there is a checkmark in the box beside it. The following items can be turned On or Off: Remote Control The icon displays when the DVR can be controlled by the infrared remote control. Siemens AG 06.2010...

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    OSD text will be displayed on the monitor. You can adjust the horizontal and vertical margins so that text and icons will not be hidden beyond the edges of the monitor. Fig. 51 OSD Margin screen Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 57: Vga

    Highlight the box Test and press the button to test how the screen will be displayed with the resolution set. Fig. 53 Resolution change confirmation screen Highlighting OK and pressing the button applies the resolution change. Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 58: Main Monitor Screen

    When it is On, the DVR will display the camera associated with the event when an event occurs. You can save your Display settings by highlighting Save and pressing the button. Selecting Cancel exits the screen without saving the changes. Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 59: Configuring Devices

    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. Siemens AG 06.2010...

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    You will need to connect the camera to the RS232 or RS485 connector on the back of the DVR following the camera manufacturer’s instructions. Fig. 58 PTZ Device list You can assign IDs to each camera by highlighting the box under the ID heading and pressing the button. Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 61: Audio Setup

    Highlight Enable Audio-Out and press the button. This toggles between enabling and disabling audio out. You can also enable and disable audio out during live monitoring and playback in full screen mode. Fig. 60 Audio Setup screen Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 62: Alarm-out Screen

    Highlighting the box beside Dwell Time and pressing the button allows you to set the dwell time of the alarm output. Dwell times range from 5 seconds to 15 minutes. Highlight the Schedule tab, and the Alarm-Out Schedule setup screen displays. Siemens AG 06.2010...

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    You will be asked to confirm whether or not you really wish to delete the schedule. Î You can save your Alarm-Out changes by highlighting Save and pressing the button. Î Selecting Cancel exits the screen without saving the changes. Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 64: Remote Control Screen

    Highlight the box beside Remote Control Product and select the device from the list. Î You can save your Remote Control settings by highlighting Save and pressing button. Î Selecting Cancel exits the screen without saving the changes. Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 65: Storage Setup

    The Format column displays whether the information is used for recording (Record) or not (Not Using). Not formatted indicates the devices is not formatted. indicates when the device has temporary space set aside so that video clips can be saved on a CD-RW. Fig. 66 Format Setup screen Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 66: Storage Status

    The Storage Status setup screen appears and displays information about the DVR’s storage devices. Fig. 68 Storage Status setup Screen The Disk Bad column displays the percentage of bad sectors. "Not formatted" indicates the device is not formatted. Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 67

    “Not Formatted” displays in the upper part of the Format… box if the hard disk drive has not been formatted. Highlight the Format… box and press the button to format the device for recording. Î Selecting Close and pressing the button exits the screen. Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 68: System

    Once you have entered your title, highlight Close and press the button. Highlight the box beside System ID and press the button. Change the number by highlighting it and using the Up and Down arrow buttons to increase and decrease the number from 0 to 99. Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 69: Upgrading The Software

    The USB device must be FAT16 or FAT32 format. Do NOT remove the USB device until after the DVR restarts, otherwise the system upgrade will not be completed properly. You can import saved DVR settings or export the current DVR settings. Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 70: Importing Settings

    Setup Export screen NOTE Even after changing the DVR settings by importing saved settings, the time-related settings (Date/Time, Time Zone and Daylight Saving Time) will NOT be changed. NOTE The USB device must be FAT16 or FAT32 format. Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 71: Showing System Log

    After you are finished with the Information Screen, you can highlight Save and press the button to save 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. Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 72: Date/time Setup

    The clock will not start running until you have highlighted Save and pressed the button. Highlight the box beside Time Zone and press the button. Î Select your time zone from the list and press the button. Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 73

    Highlighting the Time Sync. tab causes the Time Sync. screen to display. You can 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. Siemens AG 06.2010...

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    On and Off. When it is On, the DVR you are setting up will run as a time server. Î You can save your changes by highlighting Save and pressing the button. Î Selecting Cancel exits the screen without saving the changes. Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 75: User Setup Screen

    You will be asked to confirm that you want to delete the User or Group. To delete the User currently logged into the DVR on a local system or a PC running RAS, log the user out of the system first and then delete the user. Siemens AG 06.2010...

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    Covert Camera Setup The user can establish all Covert Camera settings on a local system or a PC running RAS. Record Setup The user can establish all Record settings on a local system or a PC running RAS. Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 77: Shutdown

    The Shutdown screen appears asking you to confirm whether or not you want to shut the system down. Fig. 81 Shutdown screen After selecting Shutdown and pressing the button, a screen will appear telling you when it is safe to disconnect power. Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 78: Operation

    Menu the menu. You can navigate through the menus and items by pressing the arrow buttons. The Live Monitoring Menu can also be displayed by moving the mouse pointer to the top of the screen. Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 79: Freeze Mode

    Sequence is selected in the Display setup screen (OSD tab). If all cameras in a page are Off, or have lost video or are set to Covert (unless the user has authority to view covert cameras), that page will be excluded from the sequence. Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 80: Camera Menu

    You can save camera position settings as “presets” so that you can go directly to desired views. Once you have the camera at the desired settings, press the POS button. Select Set Preset from the PTZ menu. Î The PTZ Preset dialog box will appear. Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 81

    Press the POS button on the front panel to load the PTZ preset, and the Preset View dialog box will appear. Fig. 86 Preset view screen Select the desired preset and press the button to load the preset. Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 82

    15. Use the arrow buttons on the toolbar to pan or tilt the camera in the direction you want. The other controls on the toolbar perform as described below: Zoom In / Out Iris Open / Close Focus Near / Far Set / View Preset Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 83: Zoom Mode

    8.2.5 Panic Selecting (Panic) in the Live Monitoring menu starts panic recording of all cameras, and selecting again stops panic recording. It is the same as pressing the Panic button on the front panel. Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 84: Setup

    When set up as Covert 2, the DVR displays only the camera title on the covert video. If a user who has Covert Camera View authority logs into the system, the user can view video from cameras set to Covert 1 or Covert 2 including the camera titles and status icons. Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 85: Using A Mouse

    Previous Camera, Next Camera Selecting (Previous Camera or Next Camera) in the Mouse Display menu moves to the previous or next camera. Selecting (OSD) in the Mouse Display menu toggles OSD On or Off. Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 86: Recording Video

    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. NOTE Make certain you comply with local and federal laws and regulations when recording audio. Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 87: Playing Recorded Video

    The individual controls on the toolbar perform the following functions as described below: Fig. 90 Mouse playback controls Go to the previous image Play/Pause Go to the next image Fast backward play Fast forward play Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 88: Searching Video

    Search Menu. Pressing the Menu button again hides the menu. You can navigate through menus and items by pressing the arrow buttons. Fig. 91 Search menu Search Alarm Reset Go To Panic Export Data Source Camera Menu Exit Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 89: Search Menu

    Play button returns to live monitoring. NOTE It is possible that no recorded image displays on the current screen. Change the screen mode to 2x2, and you will be able to easily see the camera have recorded video during target time. Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 90

    You can select the cameras for which you want any reports of lost video. Highlight the box beside Text-In and press the button. Î You can select the text-in devices which you want any report of text input. Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 91: Record Table Search

    DVR to have more than one video stream in the same time range. In this case, the overlapping time range in the record table will be separated by a yellow vertical line. Siemens AG 06.2010...

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    Once you have selected the date you want to search, review the surrounding video by using the playback controls located at the bottom. Refer to Section 8.6: Playing recorded video for information regarding playback controls. Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 93: Motion Search

    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 and press the button to display the video associated with selected event on the small search screen. Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 94

    If the selected block is placed on the boarder line, the sensitivity of the Museum Search may decrease. Î The zone should be placed or focused on the centre or, at least, within the outline of targeted object. Highlight the box beside Sensitivity and press the button. Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 95: Text-in Search

    Text Input information will be overlaid on the image while the recorded video is played at regular speed. You can also narrow your event search by selecting the Option… button and setting up the new search condition. Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 96

    Î Once you set your desired search conditions, highlight Search and press the button to display the search results in the Text-In Search screen. Î Selecting Cancel exits the screen without saving the changes. Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 97: Go To Menu

    The selected date and time will display. (If no video was recorded during the selected time, a message appears alerting you that no image was recorded at that time.) Î The arrow buttons can now be used to review the surrounding video. Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 98: Export

    Clip-Copy screen. Fig. 106 Clip-Copy screen You can search video from the first to last recorded images, or you can set the start and stop times and dates. Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 99

    Once the clip copy starts, you can cancel it by selecting Cancel or hide the screen by selecting Close. Î When selecting Close, Clip Copy continues and a confirmation screen will display when complete. NOTE Do not copy video clips larger than 2GB. Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 100: Camera Menu

    Turning on the de-interlace filter provides clearer video by eliminating these horizontal scan lines and flashes. NOTE The Camera Menu can also be displayed by clicking the right mouse button on the screen while in the search mode. Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 101: Alarm Reset

    Selecting Record searches the recorded data on the primary storage installed in the DVR, and selecting Other searches recorded data used for another DVR then installed in this DVR. 8.7.8 Exit Selecting (Exit) in the Search Menu exits the search mode and enters the live monitoring mode. Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 102: Troubleshooting

    When the DVR is in the Pre-Event recording mode, the yellow the DVR is not recording display when there is no event, and the DVR is not recording. The red display when any event occurs and the DVR starts recording. Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 103: Disposal

    For more detailed information about disposal of your old appliance, please contact your city office, waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased the product. Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 104: Appendix

    The partition size should be less than 32 GB because of Microsoft limitations. Î After formatting is complete, the USB hard disk drive will be added to My Computer. 10. Connect the USB hard disk drive to the DVR. Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 105: Text-in Search Examples

    “40” in each Column box. For example, if you want to search for Coke with a Qty (Quantity) of more than 1 and Hotdog with an amount totaling over $8, the following search condition can be set. Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 106: Search Example Ii

    Column box and enter “1” in the Line box for the next line. For example, if you want to search for Coke with a Qty (Quantity) of more than 1 and Hotdog with an amount totalling over $8, the following search condition can be set. Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 107: Web Client

    When running the updated Web Client for the first time, Internet Explorer might occasionally load the information of the previous version. In this case, delete the temporary Internet files by selecting Tools Æ Internet Options Æ General tab, and then run Web Client again. Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 108: Web View Mode

    Click the button to log out of the Web Client program. Click the button to access to the web search mode. Position the mouse pointer on the WebView logo to see the version of the Web Client program. Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 109

    Using a deinterlace filter for interlaced video enhances image display quality by eliminating horizontal scan lines and noise in areas with motion Anti-Aliasing Screen Enhances image display quality by eliminating stair stepping (aliasing) effects in the enlarged image Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 110: Web Play Mode

    Click the button to zoom out or zoom in the recorded image. Click the button to adjust the brightness of the recorded images. NOTE Image processing works only in the pause mode. Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 111

    Using a deinterlace filter for interlaced video enhances image display quality by eliminating horizontal scan lines and noise in areas with motion Anti-Aliasing Screen Enhances image display quality by eliminating stair stepping (aliasing) effects in the enlarged image Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 112: Recording Tables

    10 ips 5 ips 80.4 96.5 120.6 160.8 2.5 ips 160.8 192.9 241.1 321.5 1 ips 401.9 482.3 602.8 803.8 0.5 ips 803.8 964.5 1,205.6 1,607.5 1,607.5 1,929.0 2,411.3 3,215.0 0.25 ips 0.1 ips 4,018.8 4,822.5 6,028.2 8,037.6 Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 113: Recording Times With 250 Gb Hdd (days) For Ntsc Images

    (ips) with standard resolution, 50 images for PAL (60 images for NTSC) per second (ips) with high resolution and 25 images for PAL (30 images for NTSC) per second (ips) with very high resolution that will be applied globally depending on the number of cameras recorded.. Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 114: Map Of Screens

    Appendix 11.5 Map of screens Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 115: System Log Notices

    Setup Export Failure Setup Export Cancel Schedule On Schedule Off Panic Record On Panic Record Off Clear All Data Format Disk Disk Full Auto Deletion Search Begin Search End Clip-Copy Begin Clip-Copy End Clip-Copy Cancel Clip-Copy Fail Callback Fail Siemens AG 06.2010...

  • Page 116: Error Code Notices

    Creating temporary file failed. Opening disk failed. Formatting disk failed. Database has been changed. Appending failed. Bad sector. No executable file. Opening executable file failed. Writing executable file failed. Creating image failed. Burning failed. Burning is out of time. Siemens AG 06.2010...

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    User name). SMTP protocol error (AUTH LOGIN failed – Wrong user ID and password). SMTP protocol error (MAIL FROM:<mail address>). SMTP protocol error (CPT TO:<mail address>). SMTP protocol error (DATA). Connection interrupted. SMTP protocol error (QUIT). Siemens AG 06.2010...

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