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  • Page 1 DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR 5000 Network/Hybrid Video Recorder Operation Manual...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR Table of Contents | en 5000 Table of contents Safety Important safety instructions FCC and UL Short information System overview Planning information Unpacking Package contents Installation Unpacking 5.1.1 Package contents Make connections 5.2.1 Back panel connectors DIVAR network 2000/3000 (no PoE) 5.2.2...
  • Page 4 DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR en | Table of Contents 5000 8.2.3 Mobile 8.2.4 UPnP 8.2.5 PPPoE 8.2.6 SNMP 8.2.7 Email 8.2.8 Storage 8.2.9 IP filter Camera 8.3.1 Detection 8.3.2 Configuration 8.3.3 Recording 8.3.4 Channel type Alarm 8.4.1 Motion detect 8.4.2...
  • Page 5 DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR Table of Contents | en 5000 9.4.10 Export Event search Archive Player operation 10.1 Getting started 10.1.1 System requirements 10.1.2 Installation 10.1.3 Starting the Player 10.2 Authentication (checking watermark) 10.3 Export file 10.4...
  • Page 6: Safety

    Important safety instructions Video loss - Video loss is inherent to digital video recording; therefore, Bosch Security Systems cannot be held liable for any damage that results from missing video information. To minimize the risk of losing information, we recommend multiple, redundant recording systems, and a procedure to back up all analog and digital information.
  • Page 7 17. Attachments, changes or modifications - Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer. Any change or modification of the equipment, not expressly approved by Bosch, could void the warranty or, in the case of an authorization agreement, authority to operate the equipment.
  • Page 8: Fcc And Ul

    DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR en | Safety 5000 FCC and UL FCC & ICES Information This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
  • Page 9: Short Information

    All hardware and software product names used in this document are likely to be registered trademarks and must be treated accordingly. More information For more information please contact the nearest Bosch Security Systems location or visit www.boschsecurity.com http://www.boschsecurity.com/catalog_overview.htm Bosch Security Systems Operation Manual 2016.09 | v1.0 | AM18-Q0717...
  • Page 10: System Overview

    DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR en | System overview 5000 System overview The recorder can be connected to cameras that use the latest H264 high-resolution video technology and state-of-the-art compression techniques. These advanced technologies, coupled with efficient network data transmission, deliver the high security and reliability required for modern surveillance systems.
  • Page 11: Planning Information

    This equipment should be unpacked and handled with care. If an item appears to have been damaged in shipment, notify the shipper immediately. Verify that all parts are included. If any items are missing, notify your Bosch Security Systems Sales or Customer Service Representative.
  • Page 12: Installation

    This equipment should be unpacked and handled with care. If an item appears to have been damaged in shipment, notify the shipper immediately. Verify that all parts are included. If any items are missing, notify your Bosch Security Systems Sales or Customer Service Representative.
  • Page 13: Make Connections

    Connect extra video out cables to the ports if loop through is required to other devices (only for DIVAR 5000 hybrid). 10. Connect a Bosch Intuikey keyboard cable to the connector using the supplied adaptor (only for DIVAR 5000) – see description in Hardware setup.
  • Page 14: Back Panel Connectors Divar Network 2000/3000 (No Poe)

    DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR en | Installation 5000 5.2.1 Back panel connectors DIVAR network 2000/3000 (no PoE) RJ45 video input for max. 32 IP cameras (max. 16 IP cameras for DIVAR 2000) connected via external switch (optional with...
  • Page 15: Back Panel Connectors Divar Network 2000 (8 Poe)

    DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR Installation | en 5000 5.2.2 Back panel connectors DIVAR network 2000 (8 PoE) Max. 8 RJ45 PoE ports (115 W; 25.5 W max. per port) connected with DHCP configuration (maximum 16 IP channels possible) RJ45 Ethernet connection (10/100/1000Base-T according to IEEE802.3)
  • Page 16: Back Panel Connectors Divar Network 2000/3000 (16 Poe)

    Back panel connectors DIVAR network 2000/3000 (16 PoE) Max. 16 PoE ports (130 W; 25.5 W max. per port) connected with DHCP configuration (max. 16 IP cameras for DIVAR 2000; max 32 IP cameras for DIVAR 3000) RJ45 Ethernet connection (10/100/1000Base-T according to IEEE802.3)
  • Page 17: Back Panel Connectors Divar Network 5000 (No Poe)

    DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR Installation | en 5000 5.2.4 Back panel connectors DIVAR network 5000 (no PoE) RJ45 video input for max. 32 IP cameras connected via external switch (optional with DHCP configuration) RJ45 Ethernet connection (10/100/1000Base-T according to IEEE802.3)
  • Page 18: Back Panel Connectors Divar Network 5000 (16 Poe)

    DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR en | Installation 5000 5.2.5 Back panel connectors DIVAR network 5000 (16 PoE) 16 RJ45 ports (200 W; max. 25.5 W per port) for connecting max. 16 PoE cameras connected with DHCP configuration (max.
  • Page 19: Back Panel Connectors Divar Hybrid 3000

    DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR Installation | en 5000 5.2.6 Back panel connectors DIVAR hybrid 3000 16 BNC for connecting max. 16 analog cameras Max. 16 IP cameras connected via external switch (if no analog cameras are connected, an extra 16 IP cameras can...
  • Page 20: Back Panel Connectors Divar Hybrid 5000

    DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR en | Installation 5000 5.2.7 Back panel connectors DIVAR hybrid 5000 16 BNC for connecting max. 16 analog cameras Max. 16 IP cameras connected with external switch (if no analog cameras are connected, an extra 16 IP cameras can...
  • Page 21: Powering Up

    DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR Installation | en 5000 Powering up For units with an external power adapter Switch on all equipment connected to unit. Connect the DC power cord of the power adaptor to the 12 VDC connector on the unit.
  • Page 22: Login

    DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR en | Installation 5000 Login Log in to your recorder by entering your user name and password, then click <OK>. Use the supplied USB mouse, front panel, remote control or keyboard to input data and commands.
  • Page 23: First Time Operation

    DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR First time operation | en 5000 First time operation Live viewing mode Once the Startup Wizard is completed, your monitor will show the live viewing mode with 1 to 32 real-time images on the display (from a maximum 32 connected cameras). The system date and time is displayed in the top right corner of the screen, and the channel ID is shown in the bottom left of each channel display.
  • Page 24: Quick Menu

    DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR en | First time operation 5000 Snapshot Make a snapshot of the current channel display. The system will ask to export the snapshot to an email address, a USB memory device, and/or a DVD: Note: A disclaimer screen may initially appear when you first select Snapshot (click <Accept>...
  • Page 25 DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR First time operation | en 5000 Here you can select the following sub-menus: – Playback to play recordings – Event search to search for events/alarms over a set period (all events can be previewed, played and exported as required) –...
  • Page 26: Hardware Setup

    All the input/output ports are Safety Extra Low Voltage (SELV) circuits. SELV circuits should only be connected to other SELV circuits. Keyboard connection (only DIVAR 5000 models) Use the keyboard connection on the back of the unit to connect a Bosch Intuikey keyboard using one of the following methods: –...
  • Page 27: Connect Wires Directly

    DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR Hardware setup | en 5000 power to keyboard keyboard control RS-485 KEYBOARD 7.1.2 Connect wires directly Cut off one of the connectors at the end of the cable. Strip cable wires 1, 3, 4 and 6.
  • Page 28: Rs485 Port Connection (Only Hybrid Models)

    RS-485 KEYBOARD RS485 port connection (only hybrid models) Use the RS485 connector to connect Bosch, Pelco-P or Pelco-D controllable cameras to the unit for pan, tilt, and zoom control. RS485 is a single-direction protocol; the PTZ device can’t return any data to the unit.
  • Page 29: Rs232 Port Connections

    DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR Hardware setup | en 5000 Figure 7.1: RS485 connector Signal name Pin number Description TX + Data transmission TX - Data transmission Shield Max. signal voltage is -8 to +12 V. The recommended cable cross section is AWG 28-16 (0.08-1.5 mm2).
  • Page 30 DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR en | Hardware setup 5000 DIVAR 2000/3000 1, 2, 3, 4 Alarm inputs: max. 4. The alarm becomes active at low voltage. Max. input voltage 15 VDC. NO1 C1, Two groups of normal open activation outputs (on/off button).
  • Page 31: Settings

    DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR Settings | en 5000 Settings System Here you can choose from the following tabs General, Playback, Display, Serial port, Account and Service. 8.1.1 General General Language: Select here your desired language for the user interface.
  • Page 32: Playback

    DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR en | Settings 5000 Insert a USB stick (containing a company logo file) into the USB slot on the front of the DVR. Choose the USB stick from the ‘Device name’ drop-down menu (a list normally appears on the bottom half of the screen showing the current folders and files available on the memory device;...
  • Page 33: Serial Port

    Use the Serial port menu to configure the connections for a Console connected to the RS232 port, and an optional Bosch keyboard (Intuikey series) connected to the extra RS485 port (on DIVAR 5000 models). Configure the settings for Console or Bosch keyboard as described below.
  • Page 34: Text/Pos (Only On Hybrid Recorders)

    DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR en | Settings 5000 8.1.5 Text/Pos (only on hybrid recorders) With Text/Pos you can add text and information to the image. It includes information analysis and title overlay function. The Sniffer mode can be either COM (RS232) or NET (IP network).
  • Page 35: Service

    Change the user authority by (de)selecting the check boxes. Click <Save>. Notice! Bosch strongly recommends to enforce a strict password policy by using strong unique passwords with at least 8 characters including combinations of numbers and special characters. 8.1.7...
  • Page 36 DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR en | Settings 5000 Check there is sufficient space on the device. Use the selection buttons (on the bottom of the screen) for your configuration backup: – New folder will create a new folder on the selected memory device –...
  • Page 37: Network

    IP section (i.e. the specified length of the subnet prefix must have the same string). The maximum number of connections is 64, however more than 4 remote connections can cause performance limitations. Bosch strongly advises not using more than 4 simultaneous connections.
  • Page 38: Ddns

    Network – Connection – Port. If you plan to connect through HTTP as well, forward the HTTP port in your router. Bosch advises to use only HTTPS connections for a higher security. Read your router manual for instructions to forward ports to a device.
  • Page 39: Mobile

    Notice! Bosch remote portal The Bosch remote portal is a free DDNS service by Bosch. You can apply for an account if you select "Bosch Remote Portal" in the DDNS menu on the recorder, and fill in the boxes as described below this notice.
  • Page 40: Pppoe

    DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR en | Settings 5000 Click <OK> when ready. 8.2.5 PPPoE Enable or disable the PPPoE feature. Enter your PPPoE ‘User name’,‘Password’ and IP address supplied by your internet service provider, and click <Apply>.
  • Page 41: Storage

    DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR Settings | en 5000 Subject This is the subject that will appear in all e-mail sent by the unit. Encrypt type Some mail servers require encryption to transmit e-mail. If required, use SSL or TLS encryption when sending e-mail.
  • Page 42: Camera

    DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR en | Settings 5000 Camera 8.3.1 Detection This screen shows a list (see Device search) of IP cameras connected to the DIVAR. (IP cameras connected to PoE ports are automatically added by default).
  • Page 43: Recording

    DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR Settings | en 5000 8.3.3 Recording Enter here the relevant record settings for each connected channel. In most cases you can record 2 streams for each connected channel. If required, use <Default> to reset all record fields to the factory default.
  • Page 44: Alarm

    DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR en | Settings 5000 Alarm Use the Alarm menu to specify the desired behavior for a Motion detect, Video loss, Input alarm, System alarm, or Alarm out; also define how alarms are acknowledged.
  • Page 45: Video Loss

    DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR Settings | en 5000 De-bounce time: Set here a timer for how long the detect alert should stay active after it is first activated (default is 5 seconds). During this time, the system will activate the alarm display, alarm output, tour, PTZ, snapshot, channel recording and buzzer (if they are all selected).
  • Page 46: System Alarm

    DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR en | Settings 5000 One extra field not described is: Type: choose between Normal open (default) or Normal closed for the input alarm type. 8.4.4 System alarm Use tabs in this menu to setup how the system reacts to different system alarms (HDD, Network, Temperature, Other).
  • Page 47: Schedule

    DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR Settings | en 5000 Schedule Here you can plan and set up schedules for efficient use of the channels while effectively covering most recording needs. You can also assign holiday intervals. 8.5.1 Weekdays and Holidays...
  • Page 48: Storage

    DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR en | Settings 5000 Storage 8.6.1 HDD manage Here you can view and manage the HDD(s) installed in your DVR: – SATA: shows the install Slot ID, Size and Mode (read/write) of installed hard disk(s) where the system can continuously record (overwriting the oldest unprotected video on the hard disk(s) with newer video).
  • Page 49 DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR Settings | en 5000 Notice! The recorded Sub stream is for remote playback only. Playback of the recorded Sub stream on the local unit is not possible. Bosch Security Systems Operation Manual 2016.09 | v1.0 | AM18-Q0717...
  • Page 50: Operation

    DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR en | Operation 5000 Operation User controls and menus The following user controls are available: – Mouse – (the preferred input device when setting up the system and entering field values) – Front panel –...
  • Page 51: Front Panel Controls

    DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR Operation | en 5000 Drag mouse Select motion detection zone in the Detect menu with left Select a privacy mask zone (in Encode > Overlay menu). button pressed Middle scroll In numeral input box, increase or decrease numeric value...
  • Page 52 DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR en | Operation 5000 In PTZ mode, use to control the tilt functions of the selected camera In text mode or when choosing a camera channel, input number 3 or 9 (only on the DIVAR 2000/3000)
  • Page 53: Remote Control

    DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR Operation | en 5000 Play Next In playback mode, playback the next video In menu setup, scroll down the dropdown list In text mode or when choosing a camera channel, input number 8 (only on DIVAR 2000/3000)
  • Page 54 DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR en | Operation 5000 Figure 9.3: Remote control See the following table for detailed information on each of the remote control buttons. Button ID Name Function Power button Start up or shut down the device (may be password...
  • Page 55 DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR Operation | en 5000 Esc (Cancel) Go back to previous menu or cancel current operation (close upper interface or control) Mult Switch between multiple-windows and single-window In menu mode, move up and down through menu items...
  • Page 56: Quick Menu

    DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR en | Operation 5000 9.1.4 Quick menu When in live viewing mode, right-click the mouse for the Quick menu. Options here are: View 1, 4, 8, 9, 16, 32 – choose here the number of view windows shown on Monitor A (one- window, four-windows, nine-windows, 16-windows or 32-windows).
  • Page 57: Live Mode

    DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR Operation | en 5000 9.2.1 Live mode Once the Startup Wizard is completed, your monitor will show the live viewing mode with 1 to 32 real-time images on the display (from a maximum 32 connected cameras). The system date and time is displayed in the top right corner of the screen, and the channel ID is shown in the bottom left of each channel display.
  • Page 58: Pan/Tilt/Zoom

    DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR en | Operation 5000 Snapshot Make a snapshot of the current channel display. The system will ask to export the snapshot to an email address, a USB memory device, and/or a DVD: Note: A disclaimer screen may initially appear when you first select Snapshot (click <Accept>...
  • Page 59: Monitor A

    DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR Operation | en 5000 Activate sequence on monitor A (or B) To view a sequence of live camera pictures from several cameras: – Right-click the mouse to access the Quick menu – Choose Sequence on...
  • Page 60: Playback

    DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR en | Operation 5000 Playback Click Search/Play in the Quick menu (or Playback in the Main Menu) for the following screen. Note: A disclaimer screen may initially appear (click <Accept> to continue). Figure 9.4: Search/Play screen See the following table for an overview of the features on this screen.
  • Page 61 DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR Operation | en 5000 Playback Choose between 1/4/9/16 window or full screen (toggle the buttons during mode playback to switch between views): – 1-window – select which channel to display from the drop-down menu channel (select ‘..’...
  • Page 62 DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR en | Operation 5000 File list This option is only displayed if it is enabled in the ‘Settings > Playback’ menu. Double click to view a list of recorded files for the selected day.
  • Page 63 DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR Operation | en 5000 Play or Pause (the ‘pause’ button is displayed if the DVR is already playing and you wish to pause the play) Stop playback Backward play In normal play mode, left click this button to play the file backwards. Click it again to pause current play.
  • Page 64 DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR en | Operation 5000 Smart This function is only available for analog cameras connected to a hybrid search recorder, and is only active when the system is playing a recording in 1- window mode.
  • Page 65 DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR Operation | en 5000 Time bar Displays a maximum 32 channel time bars for the current search date (use the scroll bars on the right to scroll up and down through the available channels).
  • Page 66 DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR en | Operation 5000 Restrict/ Use this function to restrict playback of a recording and/or to protect that Protect recording from being deleted. The restrict/protect permission can be individually set for each user account.
  • Page 67: Export

    DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR Operation | en 5000 9.3.1 Export Access the Export menu from the main menu or Search/Play screen (or by pressing the Export key on the Front Panel or on the remote control). Use this menu to write segments of recorded video to a USB storage device or recordable DVD.
  • Page 68: System Version

    DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR en | Operation 5000 – Fan speed (only for DIVAR 3000 models) - values shown are Current, Average, Highest, Lowest) 9.4.3 System Version View here the status of your installed system: – hardware features (device, channels, alarms in/out) –...
  • Page 69: Hdd General

    DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR Operation | en 5000 9.4.8 HDD General This screen provides information on the current status of each HDD. After a system start, the system will first check for any HDD error. Earliest recording: shows the date and time of the oldest recording still available on HDD.
  • Page 70: Log

    DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR en | Operation 5000 9.4.10 View here (and export) the log files containing the following system events: – – System – Config – Storage – Event – record – Account – Clear –...
  • Page 71: Event Search

    DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR Operation | en 5000 Event search Click Event search in the Quick menu (or Event search in the Main Menu) to activate the screen for searching for events. Options in this screen are: –...
  • Page 72: Archive Player Operation

    NOTICE! The Archive Player will not be downloaded from the DVR when archiving is performed via Web Client. Use the Archive Player available on the Bosch website, the product CD, or download it by performing a local archive. When copying the archive file to other media afterwards, make sure to also copy the Archive playernode:106123408751015 file.
  • Page 73 DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR Archive Player operation | en 5000 Name Function Menu bar Here you have the following options: Play Window (default window) activates a window where you can play pre-recorded files. Export File activates a window where you can choose files to export to a pre-defined directory –...
  • Page 74 DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR en | Archive Player operation 5000 Play screen Here you can have a maximum 16 player screens to simultaneously play a maximum 16 channels (cameras). Click — to minimize player screen Click [_] to maximize player screen...
  • Page 75: Authentication (Checking Watermark)

    DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR Archive Player operation | en 5000 Open an archive file After starting the player, check the relevant directory to locate your archive files (identified by file extensions .mpg, .mp4, .dav, .264, .dev, .asf).
  • Page 76: Configuration

    DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR en | Archive Player operation 5000 If required, preview the file on the left screen by selecting the check box for the chosen file (if the file has multiple channels, select the check box for the required channel). Use the play, pause, and fast forward/reverse buttons as required.
  • Page 77: Web Client Software

    DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR Web Client Software | en 5000 Web Client Software The Web Client software (loaded on a PC) gives full remote control of the DIVAR over the web. Up to four remote users can access and control the unit. Remote live viewing, search, playback, and system configuration are provided.
  • Page 78: How To Log On

    To avoid putting your devices and personal information at risk, always consult your network specialist for advice on network security infrastructure (i.e. MAC filtering, Access Control List). Bosch accepts no responsibility for possible damage caused by unauthorized access 11.2 How to log on Open your web browser and enter the IP address for the DIVAR in the address column.
  • Page 79: Playback Mode

    DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR Web Client Software | en 5000 – In the right corner of each image are controls for Zoom, Record, Snapshot and Audio. For more information see Live mode, page 57 and Pan/Tilt/Zoom, page 58 in the Operation chapter.
  • Page 80: Setting

    DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR en | Web Client Software 5000 Press <Add> to add this export to the schedule list below; add more scheduled backups as required. To remove a scheduled backup, select it on the list and press <Remove>. Press <Calculate>...
  • Page 81: Troubleshooting

    Program upgrade is incorrect – Check the program upgrade file is the correct version – Try upgrading the program again – If the upgrade still does not succeed, contact Bosch service HDD malfunction – Check the HDD cabling – Format the HDD DVR automatically shuts down or stops running –...
  • Page 82 DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR en | Troubleshooting 5000 – DVR and monitor resistance is not compatible. – Video transmission is too long or degrading is too large. – DVR color or brightness setup is incorrect. Cannot search local records –...
  • Page 83 DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR Troubleshooting | en 5000 – For some versions, there is hardware limit. Cannot log in client-end or web – For Windows 98 or Windows ME users, please update your system to Windows 2000 SP4 (or install client-end software for previous versions).
  • Page 84 – No DivX503Bundle.exe or ffdshow-2004 1012.exe in Windows XP OS. Forgotten local menu operation password or network password Please contact your local service engineer or Bosch sales group for help. 2016.09 | v1.0 | AM18-Q0717 Operation Manual Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 85: Maintenance

    DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR Maintenance | en 5000 Maintenance 13.1 Insert DIVAR 5000 in rack Remove the four cross head screws (two on each side) located near the front panel on the right and left side of the unit.
  • Page 86: Install Dvd

    DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR en | Maintenance 5000 13.4 Install DVD See separate Quick Install Guide. Refer to the Appendix for recommended DVD types. 2016.09 | v1.0 | AM18-Q0717 Operation Manual Bosch Security Systems...
  • Page 87: Decommissioning

    The unit should only be passed on together with this installation guide. 14.2 Disposal Disposal - Your Bosch product was developed and manufactured with high-quality material and components that can be recycled and reused. This symbol means that electronic and electrical appliances, which have reached the end of their working life, must be collected and disposed of separately from household waste material.
  • Page 88: Technical Data

    DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR en | Technical data 5000 Technical data Environmental Operating temperature (incl. +0°C to +40°C (+32°F to +104°F) HDD(s) and DVD) Storage temperature -40°C to +70°C (-40°F to +158°F) Operating humidity <93% non-condensing Storage humidity <95% non-condensing...
  • Page 89 DIVAR 2000 / DIVAR 3000 / DIVAR Technical data | en 5000 Weight with PoE switch 6.37 kg (14.0 lb) approx. (excluding HDDs and DVD) Power AC input (without PoE) 100–240 VAC; 50-60 Hz; 1.9 A, 75 W AC input (with PoE) 100–240 VAC;...
  • Page 90: Appendices

    16.1.1 Bosch software All Bosch software is licensed under the terms of the End User License Agreement (EULA) of Bosch Security Systems B.V. or Bosch Security Systems Inc, as available together with the physical carrier (CD or DVD). Any use is subject to agreement and compliance with such EULA, as applicable.
  • Page 91: Warranties And Disclaimer Of Warranties

    Bosch is entitled to charge fees for any services in relation thereto.
  • Page 92: Hdd Compatibility

    No representation or warranty, express or implied, is or will be made in relation to, and no responsibility or liability is or will be accepted by Bosch or its subsidiaries as to the accuracy or completeness of the given Information included here or any other written or oral information made available to any.
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