Honeywell Performance Series User Manual
Honeywell Performance Series User Manual

Honeywell Performance Series User Manual

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Performance Series
Embedded Network Video Recorder
HEN040*3V
HEN081*3LV
(* = Storage in TB)
HEN041*3V
HEN041*3LV
HEN161*3V
HEN161*3LV
HEN081*3V
User Guide

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  • Page 1 Performance Series Embedded Network Video Recorder HEN040*3V HEN041*3V HEN041*3LV HEN081*3V HEN081*3LV HEN161*3V HEN161*3LV (* = Storage in TB) User Guide...
  • Page 3 Revision Issue Date Revisions 04/2021 New document Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 4: Cautions And Warnings

    • Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. • Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. • Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 5: Waste Electrical And Electronic Equipment (Weee)

    We strongly advise you to be fully aware of these owner (“data subjects”) rights as well as which limitations you have to obey regarding the use and distribution of this data. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 6: Safety Instructions

    If you are not sure of the type of power supplied to your facility, consult your product dealer or local power company. MOUNTING SYSTEM - Use only with a mounting system recommended by the manufacturer, or sold with the product. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 7: Warranty And Service

    Warranty and Service Subject to the terms and conditions listed on the product warranty, during the warranty period Honeywell will repair or replace, at its sole option, free of charge, any defective products returned prepaid. In the event you have a problem with any Honeywell product, please call Customer Service at 1.800.323.4576 for assistance or to request a Return...
  • Page 8 This symbol indicates that the product has been safety tested by the TUV Lab. The Direct Current symbol. This Direct Current symbol indicates that the product operates direct current. This symbol indicates that the product is to be used indoors. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 9 This symbol is used to direct attention to important information. This symbol warns that the corresponding action could result in an electric shock. This symbol indicates On/Standby functionality of the corresponding control/button/switch. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 11: Table Of Contents

    Resetting Password ......................24 Enabling Password Reset Function ..............24 Resetting Password on Local Interface ............25 Reset Button ....................... 26 Setting Up the NVR with the Startup Wizard ............27 Two-way Talk ........................27 Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 12 Configuring Storage Settings..................73 Basic ..........................73 Schedule ........................73 Disk Manager ......................80 Record Mode ....................... 81 Disk Group ........................82 Disk Quota ........................83 Disk Check ........................83 Record Estimate ......................86 FTP ..........................88 Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 13 Split Tracking ......................135 PTZ Control ....................... 136 Playback and Search ....................138 Search Interface ..................... 138 Configuring Event Settings ..................146 Alarm Info ........................146 Alarm Status ......................147 Alarm-in Port ......................148 Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 14 Log ..........................186 System Info ....................... 187 Network ........................189 Maintenance and Management ..............191 Web Operation ..............199 Network Connection ....................199 Web Login ........................200 Web Main Menu ......................201 FAQ ..................205 Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 15 Figure 41 Password Protection Interface ........................38 Figure 42 Network Interface ............................. 39 Figure 43 Device Initialization ............................40 Figure 44 Device Status Interface..........................40 Figure 45 Firmware Interface ............................41 Figure 46 Update Interface ............................... 42 Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 16 Figure 98 Calculating By Time ............................88 Figure 99 FTP ................................... 89 Figure 100 iSCSI ..................................91 Figure 101 Basic Settings ..............................92 Figure 102 Date and Time..............................93 Figure 103 Holiday ................................94 Figure 104 Add Holidays ..............................95 Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 17 Figure 156 Split Mode ............................... 135 Figure 157 Split Screens ..............................136 Figure 158 PTZ Control Panel ............................136 Figure 159 Expanded PTZ Control ..........................137 Figure 160 Search and Playback ..........................138 Figure 161 Playback Control ............................140 Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 18 Figure 214 Connected USB Storage Device ......................193 Figure 215 Default ................................194 Figure 216 Update ................................195 Figure 217 Update 2 ................................195 Figure 218 Update 3 ................................196 Figure 219 Security Problem ............................200 viii Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 19 Figure 220 Login.................................. 201 Figure 221 Main Menu -Page 1 ........................... 203 Figure 222 Main Menu -Page 2 ........................... 203 Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 20 Table 41 Basic Interface Parameters ........................... 73 Table 42 Channel Parameters ............................74 Table 43 Record Mode Parameters ..........................81 Table 44 FTP Parameters ..............................89 Table 45 iSCSI Parameters ..............................91 Table 46 Basic parameters ..............................92 Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 21 Table 82 People Counting Parameters ........................179 Table 83 Parameters and Trigger Columns Parameters ................180 Table 84 Parameters ................................182 Table 85 SMD Parameters .............................. 184 Table 86 Disk Parameters ............................... 188 Table 87 Main Menu Symbols ............................203 Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 23: About This Document

    ABOUT THIS DOCUMENT This document introduces the Honeywell Performance Series Network Video Recorder. It explains how to install and operate the Performance Series Network Video Recorder. This document is intended for installers and users. Overview of Contents This document contains the following chapters and appendixes:...
  • Page 25: Introduction

    Face detection: It includes front-end smart detection and back-end smart detection. • People counting: It can effectively count the number of people and flow direction. • Heat map: It can monitor the active objects in a specific area. Smart Playback Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 26 Support settings of the central alarm server, so that the system can automatically notify users of the alarm information. Alarm input can be derived from various connected peripheral devices. • Alert you of alarm information via email. Network Surveillance Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 27 Local GUI output. Shortcut menu operation with the mouse. • IR control function (for some series only). Shortcut menu operation with remote control. • Support to play the video/audio files from remote IPC or NVS. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 28: Network Video Recorder Components

    The light is on when the power connection is OK. The light is on when the HDD malfunctions. Connect to peripheral USB 2.0 storage device, mouse, USB port burner and etc. Figure 2 Rear Panel (HEN040x3V) Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 29: Figure 3 Front Panel (Hen041X3V)

    Refer to Remote Control. Connect to peripheral USB 2.0 storage device, mouse, USB port burner and etc. The light is on when the HDD malfunctions. The light is on when the network connection is abnormal. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 30: Figure 4 Rear Panel (Hen041X3V)

    GND. GND. Alarm input ground port. NO C One NO activation output group. (On-off button). Controllable power supply output. Control the output of CTRL the on-off button alarm relay. It controls the alarm device Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 31: Figure 5 Front Panel (Hen081X3V)

    The light is on when the HDD malfunctions. The light is on when the network connection is abnormal. Figure 6 Rear Panel (HEN081x3V) Table 7 NVR Rear Panel Description (HEN081x3V) Name Description Power input port Power socket. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 32 Power output port. It can provide power to some peripheral devices such as camera and alarm device. Make sure the power supply of peripheral device shall be below 1A. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 33: Figure 7 Front Panel (Hen161X3V)

    • 1 group of alarm output ports. (port NO1–C1). Output alarm signal to the alarm device. Please make sure there is power to the external alarm device. • NO: Normal open alarm output port. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 34: Figure 9 Front Panel (Hen041X3Lv & Hen081X3Lv)

    Table 10 NVR Front Panel Description (HEN041x3LV & HEN081x3LV) Name Description The light is on when the network connection is abnormal. POWER The light is on when the power connection is OK. The light is on when the HDD malfunctions. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 35: Figure 10 Rear Panel (Hen041X3Lv & Hen081X3Lv)

    High definition audio and video signal output port. It transmits uncompressed high definition video and HDMI multiple-channel data to the HDMI port of the display device. HDMI version is 1.4. USB port USB port. Connect to mouse, USB storage device and etc. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 36: Figure 11 Front Panel (Hen16103Lv)

    VGA video output port. Output analog video signal. It can connect to the monitor to view analog video. Audio output port. It is to output the analog audio signal to the devices such as the sound box. MIC OUT • Bidirectional talk output. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 37: Mouse Operation

    (lower case/upper case). Here← stands for backspace button. _ stands for Left click space button. mouse In English input mode: _ stands for input a backspace icon and← stands for deleting the previous character. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 38: Remote Control

    Select current control or move control. Select motion detection zone. Drag mouse Select privacy mask zone. Remote Control Note: Remote control is not a standard accessory and it is not included in the accessory. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 39: Figure 13 Remote Control

    In the reverse playback state, press this button to pause reverse playback. Reverse/pause In the reverse playback pause state, press this button to resume to playback reversing state. Go back to previous menu or cancel current operation (close front interface or control). Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 40 • In HDD menu, switch HDD recording time and other information as indicated in the pop-up message. • Input password, numbers. Alphanumeric • Switch channel. keys • Press Shift to switch the input method. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 41: Getting Started

    Power adapter and cable HDD SATA data cable • • Mouse HDD SATA power cable • Remote control If any of the items listed above are missing or damaged, contact your Honeywell dealer immediately. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 42: Connecting External Devices

    8. Connect the power cable Connect the supplied 12 V DC power adapter to the power input. Use of an uninterruptible power supply (UPS) is strongly recommended. Devices Connection The following diagram shows a typical NVR connection: Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 43: Figure 14 Devices Connection (Hen040*3V)

    Figure 14 Devices Connection (HEN040*3V) Figure 15 Devices Connection (HEN041*3V) Figure 16 Devices Connection (HEN081*3V) Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 44: Figure 17 Devices Connection (Hen161*3V)

    Figure 17 Devices Connection (HEN161*3V) Figure 18 Devices Connection (HEN04103LV / HEN08103LV) Figure 19 Devices Connection (HEN16103LV) Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 45: Starting And Shutting Down The Nvr

    • The IP address of the Device is 192.168.1.108 by default. 1. Boot up NVR. 2. Set region, system time zone, and time according to the actual environment, and then click Next. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 46: Figure 20 Device Initialization

    3. Click Next. Set login password of admin. Figure 21 Device Initialization – Set Password 4. Click Next. The Unlock Pattern interface is displayed. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 47: Figure 22 Device Initialization - Unlock Pattern

    If you do not want to configure the unlock pattern, click Next. • Once you have configured the unlock pattern, the system will require the unlock pattern as the default login method. If you skip this setting, enter the password for login. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 48: Resetting Password

    If you forgot the admin password, you can reset the password by answering the security questions. Enabling Password Reset Function 1. Go to Main Menu > ACCOUNT > Password Reset. The Password Reset interface is displayed. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 49: Resetting Password On Local Interface

    2. Click Forgot Password. Set the parameters according to the instruction on the pages. Figure 25 Password Reset 1 3. Set new password. In the New Password box, enter the new password and enter it again in the Confirm Password box. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 50: Reset Button

    3. Press and hold the reset button for 5 seconds to 10 seconds. Figure 27 Reset Button 4. Restart the Device. 5. After the Device is restarted, the settings have been restored to the factory default. You can start resetting the password. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 51: Setting Up The Nvr With The Startup Wizard

    Then connect the earphone or the sound box to the audio output port in the PC. Log in to the web and then enable the corresponding channel real-time monitor. Please refer to the following interface to enable two-way talk. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 52: Pc-End To The Device-End

    Login the Web and then enable the corresponding channel real-time monitor. Listening Operation At the PC-end, speak by the speaker or the pickup, and then you can get the audio from the earphone or sound box at the device-end. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 53: Cellular Network

    Network Type Select a network from the SIM card provider. APN, Dial-up No. The two main parameters of PPP dial-up connection. Authentication Type Select PAP, CHAP or NO-AUTH. Username The username for dial-up connection. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 54: Figure 33 Network Status

    In Status tab, you can check cellular network status such as IP address, SIM card status and dial-up status. Figure 33 Network Status Data Traffic In Data Traffic tab, you can find daily and monthly data usage. Figure 34 Cellular Data Usage Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 55: Local Basic Operation

    Configuring Security Settings, page • Configuring Live View Settings, page • Playback and Search, page • Configuring Event Settings, page • Configuring VA Settings, page • Configuring Backup Settings, page • Configuring Information Settings, page Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 56: Configuring Camera Settings

    The devices found are displayed at the upper pane. Devices already added do not show in the searched results. b. Double-click a remote device or select a remote device and then click Add to register it to the Added Device list. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 57: Figure 36 Search Device

    "*" is displayed next to the added device. In the Searched Device List area, select the device that you want to add. Add the device by manually configuring settings such as IP address, and Manual Add channel selection. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 58: Figure 37 Manual Add

    Enter the password of the user for the remote device. Enter the remote channel number of the remote device that you want Remote CH No. to add. From the Decoder Strategy drop-down list, select Default, Realtime, Decoder Strategy or Fluent. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 59 When exporting IP address, the Backup Encryption check box is checked by default. The file information includes IP address, port, channel number, manufacturer, username, and password. • If you select the File Backup Encryption check box, the file format is .backup. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 60: Figure 38 Browse Interface

    You have two options. 3. Click OK. The imported information is on the Added Device list. Remote Device Initialization You can change the login password and IP address of a remote device when you initialize it. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 61: Figure 39 Enter Password 1

    5. Set remote device password and email information. Check/ uncheck Using current device password and email info. If you uncheck the check box, configure parameters on the Enter Password page. The default user is admin. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 62: Figure 40 Enter Password 2

    Input an email address for reset password purpose. Cancel the box and then click Next or Skip if you do not want to input email information here. 8. Click Next. The Network interface is displayed. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 63: Figure 42 Network Interface

    IP conflict dialogue box. If batch change IP address, device automatically skips the conflicted IP and begin the allocation according to the incremental value. 10. Click Next. The Device Initialization interface is displayed. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 64: Device Status

    You can view the connection and alarm status of the corresponding channel. Go to Main Menu > Camera > Camera List > Device Status, the Device Status interface is displayed. Figure 44 Device Status Interface Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 65: Firmware

    Remote Update You can upgrade the connected network camera firmware. It includes online upgrade and file upgrade. 1. Go to Main Menu > Camera > Camera List > Update. The Update interface is displayed. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 66: Image

    After successful operation, system prompts update successful dialogue box. If there are too many remote devices, select Device Type from the drop-down list to search the remote device as needed. Image 1. Go to Main Menu > Camera > Image. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 67: Figure 47 Image

    Adjust image brightness and enhance the image dynamic display range. Enable the function, the left and right side of the video image will be switched. It is disabled by default. Mirror This function is for some series products only. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 68 B/W: The camera outputs Black and white image only. • Sensor: It is to set when there is peripheral connected IR light. The Sensor item is for some non-IR device only. 3. Click Apply. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 69: Video Overlay

    3. Click Apply. Privacy Masking You can set the privacy masking area on the screen to guarantee the privacy of the area. 1. Go to Main Menu > Camera > Overlay > Privacy Masking. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 70: Encode

    Note: Some series products support three streams: main stream, sub stream 1, sub stream 2. The sub stream maximally supports 1080p. 1. Go to Main Menu > Camera > Encode > Audio/Video. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 71: Figure 49 Audio/Video

    Generally, in PAL format, you can select the value from 1 through 25; in NTSC format, you can select the value from 1 through 30. However, the actual range of frame rate that you can select depends on the capability of the Device. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 72: Table 24 More Interface Parameters

    Frequency 5. Click OK. 6. Click Apply. Snapshot You can set snapshot mode, image size, quality and interval. 1. Go to Main Menu > Camera > Encode > Snapshot. The Snapshot interface is displayed. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 73: Camera Name

    Configure or customize the snapshot frequency. Max. supports 3600 Interval seconds/image. 3. Click Apply. Camera Name 1. Go to Main Menu > Camera > Camera Name. The Camera Name interface is displayed. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 74: Checking Poe Status

    You can set different PTZ parameters for local type and remote type. Before you use local PTZ, make sure you have set PTZ protocol; otherwise you cannot control the local PTZ. • Local: The PTZ device connects to the NVR through the cable. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 75: Figure 52 Ptz Interface-Local

    Note: This function is for some series products only. 1. Go to Main menu > Camera > PTZ. The PTZ interface is displayed. Figure 52 PTZ Interface-Local Figure 53 PTZ Interface-Remote 2. Configure parameters. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 76: Configuring Ptz Functions

    2. Click the direction arrows to the required position. 3. In the Preset box, enter the value to represent the required position. 4. Click Setting to complete the preset settings. Configuring Tours 1. On the expanded PTZ control panel, click Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 77: Figure 55 Ptz-Tour

    Figure 56 PTZ-Pattern 3. In the Pattern box, enter the value for pattern. 4. Click Start to perform the directions operations. You can also go to the PTZ Control Panel to perform the operations of adjusting Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 78: Configuring Network Settings

    Configuring Network Settings You can set NVR network parameters so that the NVR can communicate with devices in the same LAN. TCP/IP 1. Go to Main Menu > Network > TCP/IP. The TCP/IP interface is displayed. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 79: Figure 58 Tcp/Ip

    Table 27 Network Parameters (1) Parameter Description • Multi-address: Two Ethernet ports work separately Network Mode through either of which you can request the Device to provide the services such as HTTP and RTSP. You Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 80 IP address and default gateway must be in the same Default Gateway network segment. Enable the DHCP function to get the DNS address from DNS DHCP router. Preferred DNS In the Preferred DNS box, enter the IP address of DNS. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 81: Port

    IP address range, or enable the DHCP function to obtain an IP address automatically. Port You can configure the maximum connection accessing the Device from Client such as WEB, Platform, and Mobile Phone and configure each port settings. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 82: Figure 60 Port Interface

    38800. HTTPS Enable Enable HTTPS. HTTPS communication port. The default value setting is 443. You can HTTPS Port enter the value according to your actual situation. 3. Click Apply to complete the settings. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 83: External Wi-Fi

    Select the available sites that you want to connect to. When the NVR is Connect connected to a site and then select another site to connect, the current site will be disconnected before the new site is connected. 3. Click Apply. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 84: Wi-Fi Ap

    120 seconds after they are powered-on. 1. Go to Main Menu > Network > Wi-Fi AP > General. The General interface is displayed. Figure 62 General 2. Select Wi-Fi to enable Wi-Fi. 3. Configure parameters. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 85: Figure 63 Advanced Interface

    NVR. Subnet Mask IP address and default gateway must be in the same network Default Gateway segment. Start IP Set the start IP address and end IP address of the DHCP server. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 86: Figure 64 3G/4G

    Select a 3G/4G network type to distinguish between 3G/4G Network Type. modules from different vendors. APN, Dial-up No. Main parameters of PPP dial. Select PAP, CHAP or NO_AUTH. NO_AUTH represents no Authentication Type authentication for 3G/4G. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 87: Upnp

    Indicates the status of UPnP function. Status Offline: Failed. • Online: Succeeded. • Enter IP address of router on the LAN. LAN IP After mapping succeeded, the system obtains IP address automatically without performing any configurations. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 88: Email

    You can configure the email settings to enable the system to send the email as a notification when there is an alarm event occurs. 1. Go to Main Menu > Network > Email. The Email interface is displayed. Figure 67 Email Interface Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 89: Snmp

    MG-SOFT MIB Browser to manage and control the Device from the software. • Install the software that can manage and control the SNMP, such as MIB Builder and MG-SOFT MIB Browser • Obtain the MIB files that correspond to the current version from Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 90: Figure 68 Snmp Interface

    "Read Only" permission. Enter the user name that is allowed to access the Device and has Read/Write Username the "Read and Write" permission. Authentication Type Includes MD5 and SHA. The system recognizes automatically. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 91: Multicast

    IP to solve the problem. 1. Go to Main Menu > Network > Multicast. The Multicast interface is displayed. Figure 69 Multicast Interface 2. Configure the settings for the multicast parameters. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 92: Alarm Center

    1. Go to Main Menu > Network > Alarm Center. The Alarm Center interface is displayed. Figure 70 Alarm Center Interface 2. Configure the settings for the alarm center parameters. Table 38 Alarm Center Parameters Parameter Description Enable Enable the alarm center function. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 93: Register

    Enter the server IP address or the server domain that you want to Server IP Address register to. Port Enter the port of the server. Sub Service ID This ID is allocated by the server and used for the Device. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 94: Setting Switch

    Main Menu > CAMERA > Camera List > Added Device When an IPC is disconnected form PoE port, you will find the Disconnect PoE port information of Failed to find network host on the Live View interface. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 95: P2P

    MAC address, and device serial number. You can start adding the device. Cell Phone Client: Use your mobile phone to scan the QR code • Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 96: Figure 74 Device Manager

    Main Menu > Network > P2P. When the scan is successful, the device SN will be displayed in the SN item. Enter name and password. 4. After device registration on mobile App, click Start Preview and you can see the monitor screen. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 97: Configuring Storage Settings

    18:00 Monday, device can record alarm video files during the 6:00– 18:00. All channels are record continuously by default. You can set customized record period and record type. 1. Right-click on the live view interface, and then go to Main Menu > Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 98: Figure 76 Record

    If the selected channel is recording, the current recorded files will be packed, and then start recording according to the new schedule. This function is for some series products only. The redundant HDD only back up the recorded videos but not snapshots. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 99: Figure 77 Period

    POS, enable the channel record function when corresponding alarm occurs. For example, when the alarm type is MD, go to Main Menu > Event > Video Detection > Motion Detection, select the record channel and enable record function. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 100: Figure 79 Select Record Channel

    On the timeline, left click mouse and then drag to define a period. There are six periods in one day, the Device starts recoding the selected event type in the defined period. In Figure 4-33, the Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 101: Figure 81 Set Period By Drawing

    Figure 81 Set Period by Drawing Note: The MD record and alarm record function are both null if you enabled MD&Alarm function. Define the period by editing. Select a date and then click The Period interface is displayed. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 102: Figure 82 Set Period By Editing

    For example, the alarm snapshot period is from 6:00–18:00 Monday, device can snapshot during the 6:00–18:00 when an alarm occurs. 1. Right-click on the live view interface, and then go to Main Menu > STORAGE > Schedule > Snapshot. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 103: Figure 83 Snapshot

    Menu > Event > Video Detection > Motion Detection, select the record channel and enable record function. Figure 85 Motion Detection 5. Refer to Recording Schedule to set snapshot period. 6. Click Apply to save snapshot plan. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 104: Disk Manager

    Select an HDD and then click Format. b. Click OK. c. Enter the admin password and click OK. Note: This operation will erase all data in the HDD, proceed with caution. If xxx is selected, database will also be cleaned. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 105: Record Mode

    Figure 87 Record Mode 2. Configure parameters. Table 43 Record Mode Parameters Parameter Description Displays all the analog channels and the connected digital channels. You Channel can select a single channel or select All. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 106: Disk Group

    After configuring HDD group, under the Main Stream tab, Sub Stream tab and Snapshot tab, configure settings to save the main stream, sub stream and snapshot to different HDD group as selected by you. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 107: Disk Quota

    HDD once storage the record files when installed on current device. Global detect adopts Windows mode to scan. It may take a long time • and may affect the HDD that is recording. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 108: Figure 90 Manual Check Interface

    After the detect operation, you can go to the detect report to view corresponding information. Replace the malfunction HDD in case there is data loss. 1. Go to Main Menu > Storage > Disk Check > Check Report. The Check Report interface is displayed. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 109: Figure 91 Check Report Interface

    Figure 91 Check Report Interface 2. Click The Details interface is displayed. You can view detecting results and S.M.A.R.T reports. Figure 92 Details Interface-Results Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 110: Record Estimate

    The Rec Estimate interface is displayed. Figure 94 Rec Estimate 2. Click The Edit dialogue box is displayed. You can configure the Resolution, Frame Rate, Bit Rate and Record Time for the selected channel. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 111: Figure 95 Rec Estimate-Modify

    The Select HDD(s) interface is displayed. 3. Select the check box of the HDD that you want to calculate. In the Known Space tab, in the Time box, the recording time is displayed. Figure 97 Calculating By Space 2 Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 112: Ftp

    Note: For the created FTP user, you need to set the write permission; otherwise the upload of recorded videos and snapshots will be failed. 1. Go to Main Menu > Storage > FTP. The FTP interface is displayed. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 113: Figure 99 Ftp

    If you enter the name of remote directory, the system creates the folder with the entered name under the FTP root directory first, and then automatically creates the folders according to the IP and time. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 114: Setting Iscsi

    NVR device through iSCSI, the data can be stored on the network disk. Note: This function is only supported by select models. The actual product shall prevail. 1. Go to Main Menu > Storage > iSCSI. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 115: Configuring System Settings

    Anonymous to log in as an anonymous user. 3. Click Apply. Configuring System Settings General Basic Information You can set device basic information such as device name, and serial number. 1. Go to Main Menu > System > General > Basic. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 116: Figure 101 Basic Settings

    Logout Time remains inactive for a specified time. Value ranges from 0 to 60 minutes. Enable the navigation bar. When you click on the Navigation Bar live view screen, the navigation bar is displayed. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 117: Figure 102 Date And Time

    In the Date Separator list, select a date separator for the system. Date Separator When the NVR is connected with 30/60 Series cameras, select “/” as date separator because 30/60 Series cameras only support “/” as date separator. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 118: Figure 103 Holiday

    4. Click Apply to save settings. Holiday 1. Go to Main Menu > System > General > Holiday. The Holiday interface is displayed. Figure 103 Holiday 2. Click Add, the Add Holidays interface is displayed. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 119: Serial Port

    After setting RS-232 parameters, the NVR can use the COM port to connect to other device to debug and operate. 1. Go to Main Menu > System > Serial Port. 2. The Serial Port interface is displayed. Figure 105 Serial Port 3. Configure parameters. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 120: Configuring Account Settings

    For group or user management, there are two levels: admin and user. • The user name shall be unique and one user shall only belong to one group. User Add User 1. Go to Main Menu > Account > User. The User interface is displayed. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 121: Figure 106 User

    Table 49 Add Interface Parameters Parameter Description Username Enter a user name and password for the account. Password Confirm Password Re-enter the password. Optional. Remarks Enter a description of the account. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 122: Figure 108 Modify User

    Usually we recommend the strong password. For the user of account authority, it can modify the password of • other user. STRONG PASSWORD RECOMMENDED-For your device own • safety, create a strong password of your own choosing. We also Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 123: Group

    The Group interface is displayed. Figure 110 Group 2. Click Add. The Add interface is displayed. 3. Enter group name and then input some memo information if necessary. Check the box to select authorities. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 124: Onvif User

    1. Go to Main Menu > Account > ONVIF User. The ONVIF User interface is displayed. Figure 112 ONVIF User 2. Click Add. The Add interface is displayed. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 125: Reset Password

    1. Go to Main Menu > Account > Password Reset. The Password Reset interface is displayed. Figure 114 Password Reset 2. Check the box to enable Password Reset function. This function is enabled by default. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 126: Configuring Audio Settings

    1. Go to Main Menu > Audio > File Management. The File Management interface is displayed. Figure 115 File Management 2. Click Add. The Add interface is displayed. NVR supports USB port to import audio file only. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 127: Audio Play

    2. Configure the settings for the schedule parameters. Table 50 Schedule Parameters Parameter Description In the Period box, enter the time. Select the check box to enable the Period settings. You can configure up to six periods. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 128: Output And Display

    1. Go to Main Menu > Display > Display. The Display interface is displayed. Figure 118 Display 2. Configure the settings for the display parameters. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 129: Tour

    The system displays one channel group for a certain period and then automatically changes to the next channel group. 1. Select Display > Tour Setting > Main Screen. The Tour interface is displayed. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 130: Figure 119 Tour

    Modify, or double-click on the group. The Modify Channel Group dialog box is displayed. You can regroup the channels. • Click Move up or Move down to adjust the position of channel group. 3. Click Apply to save the settings. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 131: Configuring Security Settings

    User Status: When one of device users or Onvif users uses weak password, the icon • will be in orange to warn risk. You can click Details to optimize or ignore the risk warning. Figure 120 Security Status Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 132: System Service

    You can set NVR basic information such as basic services, 802.1x and HTTPS. Basic Services 1. Go to Main Menu > Security Center> System Service > Basic Services. The Basic Services interface is displayed. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 133: Figure 123 Basic Services

    3. Click Apply to complete the settings. 802.1x The device needs to pass 802.1x certification to enter the LAN. 1. Go to Main Menu > Security Center > System Service > 802.1x. The 802.1x interface is displayed. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 134: Figure 124 802.1X

    1. Go to Main Menu > Security Center > System Service > HTTPS. The HTTPS interface is displayed. 2. Enable HTTPS function. (Optional) Enable Compatible with TLSv1.1 and earlier versions to allow protocol compatibility. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 135: Attack Defense

    Enter IP Address, Start Port and End Port that is allowed or forbidden. Start Port When Type is IP Address, they can be configured. Start Port and End Port can be configured only in Network Access Type. End Port Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 136: Figure 126 Account Lockout

    Value range: 5–120 minutes. Default value: 30 minutes. 3. Click Apply to complete the settings. Anti-Dos Attack You can enable SYN Flood Attack Defense and ICMP Flood Attack Defense to defend the device against Dos attack. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 137: Figure 127 Anti-Dos Attack

    1. Go to Main Menu > Security Center > Attack Defense > Sync Time-Allowlist. The Sync Time-Allowlist interface is displayed. Figure 128 Sync Time-Whitelist 2. Select Enable to enable Sync Time-Allowlist function. 3. Configure the parameters. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 138: Ca Certificate

    County This parameter is user defined. State This parameter is user defined. City Name This parameter is user defined. Valid Period Input a valid period for the certificate. Organization This parameter is user defined. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 139: Figure 130 Ca Application And Import

    Input the private key password. Password 3. Click Create. Trusted CA Certificate 1. Go to Main Menu > Security Center > CA Certificate > Trusted CA Certificate. 2. Click Install Trusted Certificate. The Create Certificate is displayed. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 140: Audio/Video Encryption

    Audio/Video Encryption The device supports audio and video encryption during data transmission. 1. Go to Main Menu > Security Center > A/V Encryption > Audio/Video Encrypted Transmission. The Audio/Video Encrypted Transmission interface is displayed. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 141: Security Warning

    Device Management Certificate. 3. Click Apply to complete the settings. Security Warning Security Exception 1. Go to Main Menu > Security Center > Security Warning > Security Exception. The Security Exception interface is displayed. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 142: Figure 133 Security Exception

    Session ID brute-force attack • 3. Click Apply to complete the settings. Illegal Login 1. Go to Main Menu > Security Center > Security Warning > Illegal Login. The Illegal Login interface is displayed. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 143: Configuring Live View Settings

    After you logged in, the system goes to multiple-channel live view mode by default. You can view the monitor video of each channel. The displayed window amount may vary. The actual product shall prevail. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 144: Live View

    Go to the previous screen. Go to the next screen. Enable tour function. The icon switches to Close the tour or the triggered tour operation has canceled, and device restores the previous preview video. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 145 Record status: System is recording or not. • Bit Rate: System displays bit rate information. • Status: current channel connection status. Click , system goes to the channel information setup interface. You can view information of the corresponding channel. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 146: Figure 136 Channel Info

    After connecting the USB device, you can copy log, config file to USB device or update NVR system. Click , system goes to USB Management interface. You can view and manage USB information. Here you can view USB information, back up file, and update system. Figure 137 USB Management Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 147: Live View Control Interface

    Figure 138 Navigation Bar Instant Replay You can play back the previous 5-60 minutes record of current channel. Click to go to the instant replay interface. Figure 139 Instant Replay Interface Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 148: Figure 140 Digital Zoom Interface

    , the recording is started. To stop recording, click this icon again. The clip is automatically saved into the connected USB storage device. You can record the video of any channel and save the clip into a USB storage device. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 149 Right-click on the live interface and the shortcut menu is displayed. Note: The shortcut menu is different for different models. The actual interface shall prevail. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 150: Table 65 Shortcut Menu

    If there are more than 30 faces, human bodies, and vehicles in the selected range, a prompt is displayed indicating that there are too many targets and the searching range should be reduced. The image stays frozen and you can start modifying range. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 151: Figure 141 Draw A Searching Range

    Back up recorded video or picture: Select the picture, and then click Backup. The Backup interface is displayed. Then you can set save path, backup type, and file type, and then export to the external storage device. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 152: Wireless Paring

    In case the channel amount has exceeded the device max split • amount, the edit view interface can display the max screen number amount and current screen number. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 153: Figure 144 Sequence Interface

    After you change the channel sequence, click Cancel or right-click the live view interface, device pops up the dialogue box. Click OK to save current settings. • Click No to exit without saving the settings. • Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 154: Fisheye (Optional)

    Note: The different installations modes have different de-warp modes. • Some series products support 180°de-warp. 180°de-warp fisheye • supports wall mount de-warp only. The actual product shall prevail. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 155: Figure 147 Fisheye Setting 1

    You can adjust the color pane on the left pane or use your mouse to change the position of the small images on the right pane to realize fisheye de-warp. Operation: Use mouse to zoom in/zoom out, move, and rotate the image (Not for wall mount mode.) Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 156: Test Temperature

    1. Right click to select Live Mode > AI Mode. The AI live view interface is displayed. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 157: Figure 150 Ai Live View

    4. (Optional) Click Show Face List and select attributes to display, including age, gender, expression, glasses, beard and mask. 5. (Optional) Click Human Body Detection and select attributes to display, including top, pants, hat, bag, bag style, umbrella, age and gender. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 158: Figure 152 Human Properties

    & regions. Figure 153 Motor Vehicle Properties 7. (Optional) Click Non-Motor and select attributes to display, including color, type and people number. Figure 154 Non-motor Vehicle Properties 8. Click OK to complete the setting. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 159: Split Tracking

    3. Split mode includes full screen, 1 main screen & 3 split screens and 1 main screen & 5 split screens. You can move the rectangles with color to adjust the videos • displayed on split screens. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 160: Ptz Control

    For some series products, the PTZ function is valid in one-window • mode. Table 67 PTZ Control Panel Parameters Parameter Description Controls the movement speed. The bigger the value is, the faster the Speed movement will be. : Zoom out Zoom : Zoom in Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 161: Figure 159 Expanded Ptz Control

    Right-click once to return to the interface of PTZ basic control • panel. Table 68 Expanded PTZ Control Icons Icon Function Icon Function Preset Tour Flip Pattern Reset Click the AUX Config icon to open Scan the PTZ functions settings interface. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 162: Playback And Search

    Controls Bar information. Click to edit the record file and then save specified Clip footages. Refer to Clip for detailed information. Click to backup record. Refer to Record Backup for detailed Backup information. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 163 Channel Selection select two to four channels, the playback is displayed in the four-channel view. The maximum is eight channels. • Click to switch the streams. indicates main stream, and indicates sub stream. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 164: Figure 161 Playback Control

    In playback mode, click it to realize various slow play modes such as slow play 1, slow play 2, and etc. Fast forward In playback mode, click to realize various fast play modes such as fast play 1, fast play 2 and etc. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 165: Figure 162 From R/W Disk

    This function is not for the file already checked in the file list. • 1. Select a record first and then click to playback. 2. Select a time at the time bar and then click to start clip. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 166: Figure 164 Clip

    (Main Menu > Event > Video Detection > Motion Detection). 1. Select a channel to playback video and then click . You can view the grids on the playback video. This function is for one-channel playback mode. • Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 167: Figure 166 Add Tag

    Usually, system can play back previous N seconds record if there is such kind of record file. Otherwise, system playbacks from the previous X seconds when there is such as kind of record. Tag Manager Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 168: Figure 167 Manager

    Subperiod Playback You can clip the recorded video files into splices and then play back at the same time to save your time. Note: This function is for some series products only. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 169: Figure 168 Search Parameters

    , the File Lock interface is • displayed. The recorded video that is under writing or overwriting cannot be locked. To unlock the recorded video, in the File Lock interface, select the • video, and then click Unlock. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 170: Configuring Event Settings

    Configuring Event Settings Alarm Info You can search, view and back up the alarm information. 1. Go to Main Menu > Event > Alarm Info. The Alarm Info interface is displayed. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 171: Alarm Status

    Double-click a log or click Details to view the detailed information of the event. Alarm Status You can view NVR alarm event, and remote channel alarm event. Go to Main Menu > Event > Alarm Status, the Alarm Status interface is displayed. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 172: Alarm-In Port

    The system can trigger the corresponding alarm operations. CAM Offline: When the network connection between the NVR and • the network camera is off, the system can trigger the corresponding alarm operations. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 173: Figure 172 Alarm-In Port

    Select the check box. When an alarm occurs, the NVR device sends an email to the set mailbox to notify the user. Send Email You need to set the email first. For details, see Email. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 174: Alarm Control

    Auto: Once an alarm event occurs, system can generate an alarm. • Manual: Alarm device is always on the alarming mode. • Off: Disable alarm output function. • 1. Go to Main Menu > Event > Alarm-out Port. The Alarm-out Port interface is displayed. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 175: Video Detection

    When the moving object appears and moves fast enough to reach the preset sensitivity value, the system activates the alarm. 1. Go to Main Menu > Event > Video Detection > Motion Detection. The Motion Detection interface is displayed. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 176: Figure 174 Motion Detection

    You need to enable intelligent recording and auto recording first. For details, see Schedule. At the end of the alarm, the recording extends for a period of time. The Post-Record time range is from 10 seconds to 300 seconds. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 177: Figure 175 Region Setting

    Figure 175 Region Setting 3. Configure the regions settings. You can configure four regions. Select one region, for example, click • Drag on the screen to select the region that you want to detect. • Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 178: Table 73 Region Setting Parameters

    Define for a specified day of a week: On the timeline, click the half- hour blocks to select the active period. Define for several days of a week: Click before each day, the icon switches to . On the timeline of any selected day, click the half- Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 179: Figure 177 Period

    3. On the Motion Detection interface, click Apply to complete the settings. Video Loss When the video loss occurs, the system activates the alarm. 1. Go to Main Menu > Event > Video Detection > Video Loss. The Video Loss interface is displayed. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 180: Figure 178 Video Loss

    To avoid such situations, you can configure the tampering alarm settings. 1. Go to Main Menu > Event > Video Detection > Video Tampering. The Video Tampering interface is displayed. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 181: Figure 179 Video Tampering

    Apply. Scene Change When the detected scene has changed, system can generate an alarm. 1. Go to Main Menu > Event > Video Detection > Scene Changing. The Scene Changing interface is displayed. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 182: Figure 180 Scene Changing

    PIR function is not enabled, the motion detect just has the general effect. 1. Go to Main Menu > Event > Video Detection > PIR. The PIR interface is displayed. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 183: Audio Detection

    The higher the value is, the easier it is to trigger an alarm. But at the Sensitivity same time, the false alarm may occur. The default value is recommended. You can set intensity change threshold. The smaller the value is, the Threshold higher the sensitivity is. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 184 Check the box and then select the corresponding audio file from the drop-down list. System plays the audio file when the alarm occurs. Alarm-Tone Refer to File Management to add audio file first. 3. Click Apply. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 185: Figure 182 Thermal Alarm

    Preset: Select a preset and then enable the function. System • generates an alarm once it detect there is a fire. Global: System filters the specified high temperature zone. System • generates an alarm once the rest zone has fire. 4. Set parameters. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 186: Table 75 Thermal Alarm Parameters

    System plays the audio file when the alarm occurs. Alarm Tone Refer to File Management to add audio file first. Buzzer Select the check box to activate the buzzer when an alarm occurs. 5. Click Apply. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 187: Exception

    Exception 1. Go to Main Menu > Event > Exception. The Exception interface is displayed. Figure 183 Exception-Disk Figure 184 Exception-Network Figure 185 Exception-Device 2. Configure parameters. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 188: Table 76 Exception Parameters

    To use this function, go to Main Menu > CAMERA > ENCODE > Snapshot, in the Mode list, select Event (Trigger). Select the check box, the NVR device records the alarm information in the log when an alarm occurs. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 189: Disarming

    3. (Optional) To enable disarming as scheduled, click Setting next to Duration of Disarm by Period, and then set periods. Scheduled disarming is only effective when Disarming is Off. Figure 187 Setting Drag your mouse to select time blocks. • Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 190: Configuring Va Settings

    NVR. Face Detection You can search the detected faces and play back recordings. 1. Go to Main Menu > VA > AI Search > Face Detection. The Face Detection interface is displayed. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 191: Figure 188 Face Detection

    To back up the recorded files to the external storage device, select files, click Backup, select the save path and file type, and then click Start. ● To lock the files to make it unable to be overwritten, select the files, and Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 192: Figure 190 People Counting

    You can detect the active objects distribution in the monitor zone during the specified period and use different colors to display on the heat map report. General 1. Go to Main Menu > VA > AI Search > Heat Map > General. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 193: Figure 191 Heat Map- General

    1. Go to Main Menu > AI > AI Search > SMD. 2. Select Channel, Type, Start Time, End time. Click Search. Click to play back the video. • Select a video and click Export to export video file to a USB flash • drive. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 194: Parameters

    The Smart Plan interface is displayed. Figure 192 Smart Plan 1 2. Select a channel number. System displays different smart plan interfaces since the remote device may supports different functions. Remote device supports preset function Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 195: Figure 193 Smart Plan 2

    Click Add to add a preset. Remote device does not support preset function Figure 194 Smart Plan 3 a. Select a channel. b. Click the smart plan icon. The icon becomes blue highlighted. c. Click Apply. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 196: Figure 195 Face Detection

    The alarm device (such as lights, sirens, etc.) is connected to the alarm Alarm-out Port output port. When an alarm occurs, the NVR device transmits the alarm information to the alarm device. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 197 The range is from 0 seconds to 300 seconds, and it is 10 seconds by default. 5. Click Apply to complete the settings. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 198 1. Go to Main Menu > VA > Parameters > Analytics. In the Type drop-down list, select Tripwire. 2. Draw the detection rule. a. Click to draw the rule on the surveillance video. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 199: Figure 196 Tripwire-Draw The Detection Rule

    Press and hold down the left button on the monitor screen to draw the line. The line can be a straight line or a curve. d. Click OK to complete the rule setting. 3. Click The Parameters interface is displayed. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 200: Figure 197 Parameters

    Select the check box and select the needed recording channel (support multiple choices). When an alarm occurs, the NVR device activates the channel for recording. Record Channel You need to enable intelligent recording and auto recording first. For details, see Schedule. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 201 1. Go to Main Menu > VA > Parameters > Analytics. In the Type drop-down list, select Intrusion. 1. Draw the detection rule. a. Click to draw the rule on the surveillance video. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 202: Figure 198 Intrusion-Draw The Detection Rule

    System adopts video image and graphics analysis technology. System can calculate the entry/exit people amount in the specified zone on the video. It can generate an alarm when the amount has exceeded the threshold. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 203: Figure 199 People Counting

    The maximum size should not be smaller than the minimum size. c. Click and hold the left mouse key to draw an area for people counting. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 204: Table 83 Parameters And Trigger Columns Parameters

    You need to set the corresponding PTZ actions first, see Control. At the end of the alarm, the recording extends for a period of time. The time Delay range is from 10 seconds to 300 seconds. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 205: Figure 201 Queuing

    6. Click under the Parameters column, and then select alarm type to Queue People No. Alarm or Queue Time Alarm. 7. Click under the Trigger column and configure alarm linkages. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 206: Table 84 Parameters

    System plays the audio file when the alarm occurs. Voice Prompts Refer to File Management to add audio file first. Buzzer Select the check box to activate the buzzer when an alarm occurs. 8. Click Apply. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 207: Figure 202 Heat Map

    . You can define the period for the selected days simultaneously. Define the period by editing. a. Click of the corresponding date, and then set the period on the Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 208: Figure 204 Smd

    Indicates the time taken from the end of motion detection to the end of Anti-Dither alarm linkage action. The range is 0 to 600 seconds. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 209: Configuring Backup Settings

    System plays the audio file when the alarm occurs. Alarm Tone Refer to File Management to add audio file first. 3. Click Apply. Configuring Backup Settings Go to Main Menu > Backup > Backup. The Backup interface is displayed. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 210: Configuring Information Settings

    2. In the Type list, select the log type that you want to view or select All to view all logs. 3. In the Start Time box and End Time box, enter the time period to search, and then click Search. The search results are displayed. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 211: System Info

    Disk Info You can view the HDD quantity, HDD type, total space, free space, status, and S.M.A.R.T information. Go to Main Menu > Information > System Info > Disk, the Disk interface is displayed. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 212: Figure 207 Disk

    Indicates the status of the HDD to show if it is working normally. Here is for you to view current video bit rate (kb/s) and resolution. Go to Main Menu > Information > System Info > BPS, the BPS interface is displayed. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 213: Network

    The system detects every 5 seconds to check whether there is any user added or deleted, and update the user list timely. Go to Main Menu > Information > Network > Online User, the Online User interface is displayed. Figure 209 Online User Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 214: Figure 210 Network Load

    Only one LAN load can be displayed at one time. • Network Test You can test the network connection status between the Device and other devices. 1. Go to Main Menu > Information > Network > Test. The Test interface is displayed. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 215: Maintenance And Management

    Device is not working. You can also configure the case fan mode to reduce noise and extend the service life. 1. Go to Main Menu > Information > Manager > Maintenance. The Maintenance interface is displayed. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 216: Figure 212 Maintenance

    Click Format to format the USB storage device. • 1. Go to Main Menu > Information > Manager > Import/Export. The Import/Export interface is displayed. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 217: Figure 213 Import/Export

    The connected USB storage device is displayed. Figure 214 Connected USB Storage Device 4. Click Export. There is a folder under the name style of "Config_[YYYYMMDDhhmmss]". Double-click this folder to view the backup files. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 218: Figure 215 Default

    Upgrading File 1. Insert a USB storage device containing the upgrade files into the USB port of the Device. 2. Go to Main Menu > Information > Manager > Update The Update interface is displayed. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 219: Figure 216 Update

    Before using this function, you need to check whether there is any new version by auto check or manual check. Auto check: The Device checks if there is any new version available at • intervals. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 220: Figure 218 Update 3

    When starting the Device, the system automatically check whether there is a USB storage device connected and any upgrade file, and if yes and the check result of the upgrade file is correct, the system will Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 221 The Uboot upgrade can avoid the situation that you have to upgrade through +TFTP when the Device is halted. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 223: Web Operation

    CHAPTER WEB OPERATION This chapter is intended for remote users of the NVRs. It describes how to access Honeywell’s Performance Series Network Video Recorder remotely using a browser-based web client. This chapter contains the following sections: • Network Connection, page •...
  • Page 224: Web Login

    2. Press Enter on the keyboard and the following window is displayed. Figure 219 Security Problem Click Go on to the webpage (not recommended). The following window is displayed. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 225: Web Main Menu

    The default administrator account is admin. The password is the one that was configured during initial settings. Step 3 Click Login. Web Main Menu After you have logged in the Web, the main menu is displayed. For detailed operations, refer to Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 227: Table 87 Main Menu Symbols

    WAN. Perform the operations such as viewing real-time video, configuring channel layout, setting PTZ controls, and using smart talk and instant record functions if needed. For detailed operations, refer to Configuring Live View Settings. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 228 Configure the display effect such as displaying content, image transparency, and resolution, and enable the zero-channel function. For detailed operations, refer to Output and Display. Modify security settings Configuring Security Settings. For detailed operations, refer to Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 229: Faq

    NVR hardware malfunctions. • HDD ribbon is damaged. • HDD is broken. I cannot search local records. • Upgraded program is not compatible. • The recorded file has been overwritten. • Record function has been disabled. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 230 System uses too much CPU resources. Stop record first and then begin backup. Burn error /USB back error. • Data amount exceeds backup device capacity. It may result in burner error. • Backup device is not compatible. • Backup device is damaged. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 231 The device has connected to the too many IPC. It cannot I cannot connect to the IPC transmit the video. • Check the IPC port value and the time zone is the same as the NVR. • Make sure current network environment is stable. Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 232 Otherwise it may result in HDD malfunction. • Make sure the device is away from the direct sunlight or other heating sources. Keep the sound ventilation. • Check and maintain the device regularly Performance Series Embedded NVR User Guide...
  • Page 233 Document 800-24120V5 Rev A – 0 4 /2021 © 2021 Honeywell International Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced by any means without written permission from Honeywell. The information in this publication is believed to be accurate in all respects. However, Honeywell cannot assume responsibility for any consequences resulting from the use thereof.

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