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  • Page 1 LDV-S802_ENG_MFL-28 DIGITAL VIDEO RECORDER OWNER’S MANUAL MODEL: LDV-S802 Before connecting, operating or adjusting this product, please read this owner’s manual carefully and completely.
  • Page 2 CAUTION RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK) NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL. This lightning flash with arrowhead symbol within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated dangerous voltage within the product’s enclosure that may be of suf- ficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.
  • Page 3: Important Safety Instructions

    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS CAUTION: PLEASE READ AND OBSERVE ALL WARNINGS AND INSTRUCTIONS IN THIS OWNER’S MANUAL. AND THOSE MARKED ON THE PRODUCT. RETAIN THIS BOOKLET FOR FUTURE REFERENCE. This product has been designed and manufactured to assure personal safety. Improper use can result in elec- tric shock or fire hazard.
  • Page 4 Safety and Notice It is strongly recommended that you read this manual and use it in a proper way. The followings might cause a fire • Avoid placing the unit near direct sunlight, heat source such as a heater, etc. •...
  • Page 5 INTRODUCTION LDV-S802, High-tech 4ch standalone Digital Video Recorder introduced by LG with the leading video record- ing technologies with many years experience and know-how, can record high quality data of the maximum of 120fps and allows the user to monitor and control local DVRs in a remote site via LAN connection.
  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Contents PACKAGE COMPOSITION ......... . . 8 Product composition .
  • Page 7 CHANNEL ........... . 44-51 RECORD .
  • Page 8: Package Composition

    PACKAGE COMPOSITION Product composition The parts supplied with the product can be different depending on the model. LDV-S802 (DVR unit) Remote controller Adaptor Power cord Manual S/W and manual External signal connector AAA Type HDD fixing screws (Fixed at rear of DVR)
  • Page 9: Product Composition

    PRODUCT COMPOSITION DVR system composition The system can record max. 4ch incoming asynchronous video data and allow various screen display of recorded data through AV and VGA monitor outputs. Using Internet line, user can access remotely located sys- tem, and monitor sites, control functions and search recorded data. Basic composition Audio Spot out...
  • Page 10: Buttons And Functions

    BUTTONS AND FUNCTIONS Front View de f g h m n o p q r j SPLIT (Split mode screen display) a OVERWRITE The button is used to display different types of This indicates that the OVERWRITE function is split display mode. Press the button and hold enabled.
  • Page 11: Rear Side View

    Rear side view a MOUSE PC mouse connection port. b AUDIO Input jacks (CH1~CH4) Input for each channel audio. c AUDIO OUT Output for audio stream. d SPOT OUT Video output connector for another monitor display of selected channel (See page 38). e VIDEO IN BNC Video input for each camera channel.
  • Page 12: Hdd Installation

    HDD INSTALLATION The user can install the HDD on the product. But, since there are many parts and elements inside the product that can cause electric shock, troubles, faults on the product and etc. Further inappropriate HDD installation may generate HDD detection problem or not operate properly, Therefore it is advised to have the initial HDD or additional HDD installation work done by a well experienced engineer from the agent where the product was purchased.
  • Page 13 2. Connect the data bus cable to the board making the red part of the cable contact the groove on the connector. 3. Separate the screw from the HDD guide to install the HDD. If the system is hipping without HDD, refer to the “One HDD installation”...
  • Page 14 4. Remove the HDD rack and mount the HDD on rack. The power source and cable connection should face the rear side. The power and cable connection ports must face the rear side. 5. Fixate the HDD by using two screws on the left and 4 screws at the bottom of the rack.
  • Page 15 6. Remove the HDD rack from the DVR and mount the HDD on the rack. The power and data cable connection ports should face the rear side. 7. Connect HDD cable and power cable. Data Bus cable Power cable...
  • Page 16 8. When mounting 2 HDDs, connect the cables to the left and right sides as shown below. 9. After mounting the HDD, screw fix the cover. (4 points on the left side and 5 points at the rear side) Notes •...
  • Page 17: How To Use Remote Controller

    HOW TO USE REMOTE CONTROLLER By using this easy to carry remote controller, user can use all the functions of LDV-S802 and can separately control multiple numbers of DVRs installed in the same place. a ID button By assigning DVR ID, it allows the user to control multiple DVRs with one remote controller.
  • Page 18: Remote Controller Id Setup

    Remote controller ID setup 1. Confirm system ID (Default set as “01”). How to confirm system ID: Press SET UP button → [SYSTEM] → [INFORMATION] → [REMORE ID] 2. Assign separate ID in order to control multiple systems (Max. 99). 3.
  • Page 19: How To Use Direction Keys

    HOW TO USE DIRECTION KEYS To optimize the number of buttons and to maximize stylish design, the development was focused on multi functional button use. Therefore most of buttons have more than one functionbut it is still very simple to use.
  • Page 20: How To Use Pc Mouse

    HOW TO USE PC MOUSE For those users who are accustomed to the PC mouse more than buttons, the system provides PC mouse connection port to control the system. Caution Connect mouse before the system power is turned on or reboot the system after connecting the mouse to the system.
  • Page 21: Osd Display

    OSD DISPLAY Explanation for the Booting Display When the system is turned on, it will show LDV-S802 booting screen together with relevant information. System information and HDD information will be displayed followed by network information on the screen. a Screen displays Model, Version and Video mode information.
  • Page 22: System Power On Indicator

    System power ON indicator The display lamp does not blink as soon as the power is turned on. Circle power indicator. Screen OSD On screen icons include Recording status, Time, Camera name and etc. a Indicate camera name. b Turns red when the channel is being recorded (No icon will be displayed when the channel is not being recorded).
  • Page 23: How To Open The Setup Menu

    How to open the setup menu The menu can be configured by using the front button or the mouse. Because it sets up the overall setting of the system, you should be familiar with it. Notes • How to open the menu with the front button. There is the “SET UP”...
  • Page 24: System Information

    System information a REMOTE ID LDV-S802 supports the ID remote controller. One remote controller can control multi DVR system (Max 99). b MOUSE RESOLUTION It displays the sensitivity of mouse movement. It can be adjusted to the user conveniences (default: 1).
  • Page 25: Time / Date

    Time / Date a Time It sets up the time and displays it from the front in the format of, hour: minute: second. b Date It sets the date and displays it from the front in the format of, year : month: day. c Date format Since the time display could be different by each country, select the format you want.
  • Page 26: Password Setup

    Password setup This is used to important system changes such as HDD format or lock. How to change the password • System Password Factory default(1111) or user password. • New password Input the new password using the numeric key 1-4. (System password can be entered by combining 1-4 only) •...
  • Page 27: Hard Disk

    (The menu setup is not available when recording). e RECORD HDD Up to 2 HDDs can be installed inside the LDV-S802 and the sequence of storage can be selected by the user. Note for the HDD recording sequence •...
  • Page 28: Default Setup

    [Change sequence] DEFAULT SETUP → PASSWORD INPUT → O.K Upgrade LDV-S802 is designed to upgrade the firmware in case of function change or addition of new function. [Change sequence] 1. Save the firmware file(LDV_S802.BIN) in the memory stick. 2. Plug the memory stick to the USB port on front panel then, click the SETUP button.
  • Page 29 f It shows the back up size of the set time. Note Check the backup size and the memory space. If the backup size is larger than available memory space, you have to use the bigger memory stick or reduce the backup image size to fit the memory stick. - Refer to the appendix for “Recording time table”...
  • Page 30: Backup Mark In-Out

    > BACKUP MARK IN-OUT To make the back up easy, the user can select the backup area seeing the playback picture. 1. Insert the memory stick to the USB port of the unit. 2. Search the image referred by BACKUP (See page 28). 3.
  • Page 31: Button Lock

    Button Lock The button lock asks the password every time when you control or, modify the system. • Select ON: Enable button lock. • Select OFF: Disable button lock.
  • Page 32: Display

    Display The display menu can control the display related items such as displaying OSD, picture split etc. Set it up properly according to the needs of the user. OSD (On Screen Display) DISPLAY Setup whether to display the OSD. TIME Setup whether to display the time.
  • Page 34: Split Mode

    Split mode The factory default of channel split is quad. If you press the SPLIT button, the picture shows up as a quad but, it can be changed to the other asymmetric split. If the user needs careful monitoring, this can be used effec- tively.
  • Page 35 QUAD-1 QUAD-2 QUAD-3 3WAY-1...
  • Page 36 3WAY-2 3WAY-3 2WAY-1...
  • Page 37: Auto Sequence

    Auto Sequence Auto sequencing is the sequential screen display for the effective monitoring. Press the SEQ button to use. a AUTO LOSS SKIP It is to set up to skip the channel when there is the no camera input. b SEQUENCE MODE It is to set up whether to show the channel as a sequence mode.
  • Page 38: Spot

    SPOT The SPOT function enables to display a specific or, the entire channel in sequence on a separate monitor. It is possible to set the channel hang on time as well. By using two different monitors, one for the live and the other as a SPOT, specific or the full channel can be displayed in sequence.
  • Page 39: Network

    But, it is possible if there is a server which is informed of the address. LDV-S802 supports dynamic IP as well by the separate server management. • Fixed IP : It has a specific and unique IP address in the world to connect the internet.
  • Page 40: Dhcp Function

    LDV-S802, operates as a dedicated DHCP server. Notes • The dynamic IP user selects the DHCP “ON” and connects to the following site http://www.lg-security- and logs -in for the remote monitoring.(How to register membership to use is explained on the above site).
  • Page 41: Network Password

    > NETWORK PASSWORD This is the password setup to check the user level when connecting the network by client software or web browser. (the authority level is different from that of the user) ADMIN: System access to control all the functions including Setup, Search, Control and etc. USER 1~3: Only allows monitoring (no access to Setup or control and etc.).
  • Page 42: Notification

    > NOTIFICATION It is an E-mail notice function when events happen (Alarm, Sensor, Motion detection, video loss, Power Off or Password change). It is a very convenient function to notify the system information even if the user is not in the local area. E-MAIL SETUP: Email information setup.
  • Page 43: Notification

    [2] E-MAIL NOTIFICATION a ALARM ON Setup the email notification On/Off and time. The time setup is for the interval of sending the e-mail - ON: Enable email notification. - OFF: Disable email notification. - Time configuration: Setup the time for sending notification in every 10mins/30mins/1hr/12hrs/1day. Note If the user selects to enable the E-mail notice “ON”...
  • Page 44: Mac Addr

    > MAC ADDR An address is necessary for computers to identify one after another on the network. Like we exchange letters by writing sender’s and receiver’s address on envelope, Mac address is used as same way as the postal address for network communication. And this will enable computers to exchange information on net- work.
  • Page 45: Record

    Therefore, the system should have the image before the incident happen as an evidence. - LDV-S802 has the recorded video image before 5seconds but, it depends on the resolution and frame rate.
  • Page 46: Record Schedule

    RECORD SCHEDULE It sets up the reserved recording by day or time. a Select the day of week. b Select the start and end time of each channel to be recorded as per each different event. c NEXT It moves to next page. d PRE It moves to the previous page.
  • Page 47: Camera Title

    CAMERA TITLE This is the setup for camera name. If you click the channel from the picture A, the virtual keyboard will be dis- played to enter the name as per the picture B. Use the direction key to enter the name. - To save: Select “ENTER”...
  • Page 48: Video Adjust

    VIDEO ADJUST There are many different kinds of cameras and the image varies such as bright or dark. To see the most desirable camera images, you can setup the color configuration here. To compensate the color, select the channel as per the picture A. The control window is displayed on the image B of the currently selected channel to adjust the color.
  • Page 49: Ptz

    The PTZ camera can be controlled by this system without any extra equipment. RS-485 communication is used for PTZ camera control and ID is given for parallel connection. It is easy to set up this system and control the PTZ by seeing its movement through the monitor. >...
  • Page 50: Ptz Camera Connection And Settings

    > PTZ camera connection and settings • PAN/TILT camera setup 1. Connect the control terminal (RS-485) between camera and DVR. 2. Set the camera ID independently among 1-99. 3. Turn on the power to check whether the DVR displays the video image. POWER ID Setup Video Out...
  • Page 51 3. Press C to select the function among PAN/TILT, zoom and FOCUS then adjust each function using D, E, F, G buttons. 4. Press the button A to exit the PTZ. Notes • Supported PTZ camera models. PELCO-D PELCO-P LG MULTIX LG SD168 • Supported model may be added for improving the performance without any notice.
  • Page 52: Event

    EVENT ‘EVENT’ menu sets alarm, sensor and motion, which is the advanced feature not part of the general CCTV features. When setting the recording by event, the mass storage device may not be necessary. If the user uses this feature well, the DVR feature can be also maximized with the low capacity storage device only. ALARM / SENSOR Sensor4 Sensor3...
  • Page 53: Alarm / Sensor Setup

    ALARM / SENSOR SETUP Sensor and Alarm/Sensor can be set by pressing SET UP button and then moving to EVENT. > ALARM MODE Select the event type by using the direction keys to set the signal transmission to alarm output. OFF: Alarm Out Off.
  • Page 54: Event Record

    > EVENT RECORD Set whether to record or not and the recording time when an event occurs. OFF: No record on event. 1sec - 30mins: The user can select the recording time from 1sec to 30mins by the direction key. Note EVENT RECORD If it is set to OFF, it doesn't record anything.
  • Page 55: Motion Detection

    Motion Detection This is the representative function of the DVR system. It records for a specific time only when it detects the motion. Also, the sensitivity can be selected, so it can record the motion from the sensitive motion to the large movements through control.
  • Page 56: How To Search

    How to search Different from the general time of VCR, it can record longer and search with the desired condition, which enables easy image search without spending all-day-long. It can search using various methods such as desired time, motion and recording via sensor. Because it is frequently used, it is better for you to get familiar with it.
  • Page 57: How To Control The Search Speed

    How to control the search speed The icon changes according to the searching speed. - x 1 : B - x 2 : B > - x 4 : B >> - x 8 : B >>> - x 16 : B >>>> The recorded images that matches the selected date and time are displayed as shown at the above.
  • Page 58: Event Search

    EVENT Search It searches by a certain event (motion, sensor, etc.), which is the most commonly used one in the field. If you want to search for an image, it can make the search faster rather than doing it by date or time. The event search is possible based on the date and kind of events.
  • Page 59: Audio

    AUDIO How to use the audio buttons Select the channel to listen to and press the “AUDIO” button on the front panel. Notes It is the same either for Live or Search. How to listen to the audio channel When it shows the AUDIO control box, press the channel to listen to for both Live and Search. - OFF: No Audio.
  • Page 60: Emergency

    EMERGENCY Emergency button is for the emergency recording as it is described. If an intruder comes in, but the DVR is under scheduled recording which may not be recorded at that time, press the “EMERGENCY” button for the immediate recording regardless of the record setting. Note Deselecting Emergency recording When the event is over, you should off the emergency recording by pressing the same button, otherwise it...
  • Page 61: Remote Software

    REMOTE SOFTWARE External Network Internet Internet DDNS server Internal Network < System network composition > It externally monitors the video or control setting via internet. Methods for access in externally include using remote software and access on the web browser. As shown at the above system network composition diagram, when it connects to the system via internet, the system searches for the DDNS SERVER and the SERVER memorizes the information of the local DVR.
  • Page 62: Remote Software Installation And Pc Requirement

    Remote software installation and PC requirement Install remote software using provided program CD. You are requested to install the software (LDV-S802.EXE) which is exclusively for PC. PC Requirements Recommended PC Requirements • CPU : Pentium IV 1.2GHz or higher. • CPU : Pentium IV 2GHz or higher.
  • Page 63: How To Use Remote Software

    How to use remote software When the installation is completed, click LG logo icon on Windows desktop screen to execute the remote soft- ware. > Connection Click icon, “LDV-S802 Client” on Windows background screen. Login icon: When clicking to connect, “LOGIN” window is open.
  • Page 64: Screen And Buttons

    > Screen and Buttons a Screen test display Ch4: It indicates channel no. (Current video image on the screen is fourth camera video) Live: It indicates that the current display is in live images. “Rec” will be displayed when it is the backup data.
  • Page 65 c LIVE mode display Live: It indicates that it is in Live mode display. SEARCH: It indicates that it is in Search mode display. Note It doesn’t provide audio function when it is in Live mode. d Disconnection Disconnect network connection. e Adjusting the PTZ A.
  • Page 66: Setting The Remote System

    > Setting the remote system LDV-S802 may be remotely set. The user can remotely modify the setting without going to the location of the system. Click “Setup” to remotely set the system as shown at the left. [1] Record setup See page 45 for the terms and the details because it is done in the same way as the system.
  • Page 67 [2] Schedule record setup a Date selection Select date of schedule. b Time setting Set per each time schedule. c Channel selection Select channel. d Event setting Select event you will apply. Note Event selecting...! NONE: No recording. CONTINUOUS: Continuous recording. MOTION: Recording on motion detection.
  • Page 68 [3] ALARM/SENSOR SETUP a Alarm mode (Alarm relay out select) Select the event type by using the arrow keys to set the signal transmission for alarm output. Note Event selecting...! OFF : No alarm relay out. SENSOR : Alarm relay out by sensor trigger. MOTION : Alarm relay out by motion detection.
  • Page 69 [4] MOTION SETUP Motion setting cannot be changed on client software as allowed on local DVR menu.
  • Page 70 [5] VIDEO ADJUST setup There are various types of cameras and the image also has many dark or light points. This function compensates the spots to create optimized image through color adjustment by channel. a Hue : Control the entire color by green or red channel. b Sat : Display the saturation of a color.
  • Page 71 [6] HARD DISK setup You can remotely change whether to record in the storage device and the record sequence. a Overwrite: Set to overwrite the storage device. b Record HDD: If two hard disks are installed, you can change the record sequence. HDD1 : Record the HDD1 only even if there are two HDDs (HDD1, HDD2).
  • Page 72: How To Remotely Search

    > How to remotely search LDV-S802 can remotely do a search and it is possible to search by date, time or event. (Reference: The search speed may be slowed down depending on the Internet speed.) Click “Search” for the method on how to remotely monitor as shown at the left figure.
  • Page 73 [Steps] 1. Select one of below A - C search types. A Search by date: Select date you want to search and click “Search". B Search by Event: Select event you want to search and click “Search". ALL: All events. Continue: Data recorded by continuous recording.
  • Page 74: Remote Backup

    > Remote backup LDV-S802 provides remote backup function searching date, day, time or event. (Note. Search speed may go slow depending on network condition). Click “Search” for the method on how to remotely monitor as shown in the left figure (Searching the data must be done in advance).
  • Page 75: Backup Data Search

    • Connect USB memory stick to PC. 1. On the remote program screen, click on the right button to open “File Open". 2. Browse the data, “LDV-S802 XXXX.DVR” in the USB memory stick and click it to open the file.
  • Page 76: Web Monitoring Login

    Web-monitoring is to simultaneously control and monitor max. of 4 DVR systems through web browser (Internet explorer) of internet connected PC. For more detailed information about Web-monitoring, visit the website Note Functionality of Web-monitoring is subject to change for providing better function.
  • Page 77: Appendix

    Appendix Default settings Remote ID Information Mouse Resolution Language English Date Format YYYY/MM/DD Time/Date Time Correction +00Sec/Mon Daylight Saving System Password 1111 Overwrite Hard Disk Record HDD HDD1-2 Auto Delete Backup Backup Channel 1-4 Button Lock Display Time Date Title Transparency Border Color White...
  • Page 78 Picture Size 360X240 Prerecording Channel Quality Frame Audio Record Normal 15F/S Normal 15F/S Normal 15F/S Normal 15F/S Record Time Channel Event 00:00 - 00:00 NONE Schedule Channel Title CAM1 Camera Title CAM2 Channel CAM3 CAM4 Channel Video Adjust Channel Protocol Baud PELCO-D 1200...
  • Page 79: The Table Of Menu Setup Applying Time

    The table of menu setup applying time This is the list of immediately applied function after menu setup and the one applied after escaped from the menu. Remote ID Information Mouse Resolution Language : Immediately applied menu. Date Format Time/Date Time Correction Daylight Saving System...
  • Page 80 Picture Size Prerecording : Immediately applied menu. Channel Record : Applied after escaping. Time Record Schedule 00:00 - 00:00 Channel Camera Title Channel Channel Video Adjust Channel Alarm Output Alarm Dwelltime Event Display Alarm/Sensor Event Record Event Buzzer Video Loss Buzzer Event Sensor CH1-4 Channel...
  • Page 81: Models Compatible With The Usb

    Models compatible with the USB The following is the list of compatible USB memory sticks and the HDD devices for the LDV-S802 product. Other models may be also compatible and the names of the verified products are as follows: •...
  • Page 82: Hdd Storage Capacity Table

    HDD storage capacity table Recording Time (Hr) Aver. Audio Size Resolution (Kbytes/ Quality (NTSC/ Frame size (kbytes/ Video Video+Audio (NTSC/PAL) sec) size(GB) PAL) (byte) sec) (NTSC/PAL) (NTSC/PAL) (NTSC/PAL) 30/25 1024 30/25 579/694 543/643 15/12.5 1024 15/12.5 1157/1389 1021/1197 Lowest 7.5/6 1024 7.5/6.25 2315/2778...
  • Page 83 Recording Time (Hr) Aver. Audio Size Resolution (Kbytes/ Quality (NTSC/ Frame size (kbytes/ Video Video+Audio (NTSC/PAL) sec) size(GB) PAL) (byte) sec) (NTSC/PAL) (NTSC/PAL) (NTSC/PAL) 15/12.5 3072 45/37.5 386/463 369/440 7.5/6 3072 22.5/18.75 772/926 709/837 Lowest 3072 9/9.36 1929/1855 1578/1528 3072 4.5/4.5 3858/3858 2671/2671...
  • Page 84: The Estimation Of Backup Speed

    The estimation of backup speed Setup Resolution 360x240 Normal Picture quality Record (CH1, CH2, CH3, CH4 all same) 30 F/S Frame rate (CH1, CH2, CH3, CH4 all same) Channel CH1, CH2, CH3, CH4 Backup Time scope 60 minutes Tested result Total capacity 1.2G The search time of HDD capacity...
  • Page 85: Specifications

    Specifications Model LDV-S802 Input Loop Through composite Video Output S-Video Spot Input Audio Output Input Alarm Output Pre-Alarm Recording Up to 120 fps @ 360x240 NTSC Up to 60 fps @ 720x240 Up to 30 fps @ 720x480 Image Rate...
  • Page 86 P/NO: MFL30580128...