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Digital Video Recorder

with Multiplexer Function
Instruction Manual
Manuel d'instructions
Manual de Instrucciones
About this manual
Before installing and using this unit, please read this
manual carefully. Be sure to keep it handy for later
reference.
This manual gives basic connections and operating
instructions for 2 models.
À propos de ce manuel
Avant d'installer et d'utiliser cet appareil, veuillez lire
ce manuel attentivement. Assurez-vous de le garder à
portée de la main pour référence ultérieure.
Ce manuel couvre les instructions de branchement et
d'utilisation de base pour deux modèles.
DSR-3016
Acerca de este manual
Antes de instalar y usar este aparato, lea
detenidamente este manual. Asegúrese de guardarlo
a mano para futuras referencias.
Este manual le indica las conexiones básicas y las
instrucciones de funcionamiento de dos modelos.
DSR-3016
DSR-3009
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  • Page 1: Digital Video Recorder

    Ce manuel couvre les instructions de branchement et d’utilisation de base pour deux modèles. DSR-3016 Acerca de este manual Antes de instalar y usar este aparato, lea detenidamente este manual. Asegúrese de guardarlo a mano para futuras referencias.
  • Page 2: Declaration Of Conformity

    This unit is a precision instruments and if treated with care, will provide years of satisfactory performance. However, in the event of a problem, the owner is advised not to attempt to make repairs or open the cabinet. Servicing should always be referred to your dealer or Sanyo Authorized Service Centre.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    CONNECTIONS ........Basic connections (DSR-3016 model)....
  • Page 4: Main Features

    MAIN FEATURES This digital video recorder can be used to store images recorded by a monitoring camera onto its built-in hard disk. This digital video recorder can display images that are being recorded by a camera in a split-screen (16, 9, 4), and it can also display images that have already been recorded in a split-screen.
  • Page 5: Accessories

    ACCESSORIES Fixer power cord tie Power cord Hard disk protection If any hard disk format errors are found when the power is turned on, the whole hard disk is checked automatically. If any further problems are found with the hard disk, the POWER indicator flashes.
  • Page 6: Part Names

    PART NAMES Front panel POWER FULL ALARM FULL LOCK (DSR-3009) POWER indicator Illuminates (red) when the power cord plug is inserted into a wall outlet. Flashes when there is a problem with the internal hard disk or fan. FULL indicator Flashes when overwriting is set to off and the remaining space in the normal recording area of the hard disk drops to 1%*.
  • Page 7 PART NAMES POWER FULL ALARM FULL LOCK (DSR-3016) MENU button and indicator Used to display the menu screens (setting screens). ZOOM button and indicator Used to display the zoom screen in a single screen during image monitoring or playback. The indicator flashes when the zoom screen is displayed.
  • Page 8: Rear Panel

    HDD error warning output FULL HDD space warning output ALARM FULL Alarm recording area space warning output Ground English DSR-3016 PC Card SLOT AUDIO IN AUDIO OUT MAIN MONITOR MON2 SVHS ALARM IN terminals (1 – 16) These terminals send alarm signals resulting from the operation of externally-connected alarm switches to the ALARM OUT control terminal for output.
  • Page 9: Connections

    Be sure to carefully read the Instruction Manual for all equipment being connected to the digital video recorder. If the connections are incorrect, smoke or operating malfunctions may result. Basic connections (DSR-3016 model) Nine cameras can be connected to the DSR-3009 model.
  • Page 10: Digital Series Connections

    CONNECTIONS Digital series connections TV monitor (sold separately) Amplifier (sold separately) Amplifier (sold separately) System control connections Use the RS-485 connector to connect a system controller (sold separately) to the digital video recorder. After connecting the system controller, you will need to carry out the settings that are given in the RS-232C/RS-485 SET menu. (See page 76.) When using the RS485 (RJ-11) connector Connect modular cables (sold separately) to the RS485 control connectors at the rear of the digital video recorder.
  • Page 11: External Alarm Sensor Setup

    CONNECTIONS External alarm sensor setup In order to make an external alarm sensor operate, an external switch must be connected to an ALARM IN connector. When an intruder activates the external switch (such as by opening a door), an alarm signal is received and an alarm can be made to sound.
  • Page 12: Built-In Hard Disk

    BUILT-IN HARD DISK Hard disk Recording areas The recording areas on the hard disk (normal recording area: 80%, alarm recording area: 19%, archive area: 1%) are established automatically when the power for the digital video recorder is turned on. Images are recorded in the normal recording area when the REC/STOP button is pressed, and they are recorded in the alarm recording area when an alarm occurs.
  • Page 13 BUILT-IN HARD DISK Recording speed tables (The recording time may vary depending on the images being recorded.) These recording speed tables show the recording times for various picture quality and frame/field settings when recording in the normal recording area of the hard disk (80 GB). They do not include audio recording settings. The recording times for the normal recording area and the alarm recording area represent the recording time values given in the recording speed tables, multiplied by the percentages for the normal recording area and alarm recording area that have been set using the recording area setting menu commands.
  • Page 14: Operating Display

    BUILT-IN HARD DISK When the power for the digital video recorder is turned on, the operating display appears at the top of the monitor screen. This operating display shows information which is essential for operation, such as the date, time and picture quality. Operating display Insert the power cord into a wall outlet and turn on the power.
  • Page 15: Viewing Camera Images

    VIEWING CAMERA IMAGES Viewing a single-screen image Still image Setting the camera image to single-screen display Press a camera select button (example: 2). The camera 2 image appears as a single-screen. Pausing images Press the STILL button. The image will be paused. STILL To cancel the still image, press the STILL button once more.
  • Page 16 VIEWING CAMERA IMAGES To return an enlarged image to normal image display, press the ZOOM button once more. The zoom will be canceled and normal images will appear. ZOOM Example: To zoom in on the camera 2 image and move the zoom frame You can select the zoom position by means of the zoom frame which appears on the screen.
  • Page 17: Viewing Multiple-Screen Images

    VIEWING CAMERA IMAGES Viewing multiple-screen images Images from the cameras that are connected to the digital video recorder can be displayed in several split-screen formats. Furthermore, the images from each camera can be displayed in any position within the split screen. (See page 81.) 9-screen display MULTI 16-screen display...
  • Page 18: Viewing Automatically Switching Images

    VIEWING CAMERA IMAGES Example: To display images from camera 2 in the plus screen Record the images on the hard disk beforehand. (See page 20.) Press the PLAY/STOP button. All screens will start playing back. PLAY/STOP Press the PLUS button. The plus screen is displayed.
  • Page 19 VIEWING CAMERA IMAGES Automatically switching of the 4-screen images Press the QUAD button. Images appear as a 4-screen display. QUAD Press the SEQUENCE button. Camera images will be switched automatically in 4-screen display units (1 – 4, 5 – 8, 9 – 12, 13 – 16). For the DSR-3009 model, images from cameras 1 –...
  • Page 20: Using Two Monitors For Monitoring

    VIEWING CAMERA IMAGES Using two monitors for monitoring If you connect a monitor to the MON2 output terminal on the rear panel, you can display the images from each camera as single-screen images or show an automatic switching screen on monitor 2, even while the main monitor is showing a split-screen display. In addition, the camera images can be shown in a single-screen display during playback, and when an alarm occurs, the alarm camera images can be automatically sent to monitor 2.
  • Page 21: Recording Images In The Normal Recording

    RECORDING IMAGES IN THE NORMAL RECORDING AREA Normal recording Images can be recorded in the normal recording area while they are being monitored. If the time has not been set, the digital video recorder cannot make recordings. Be sure to set the time. (See page 44.) Setting the time Press the MENU button to display the LANGUAGE/CLOCK SET menu, and set the date and time.
  • Page 22: Timer Recording

    RECORDING IMAGES IN THE NORMAL RECORDING AREA Timer recording The monitored images can be recorded automatically by setting start and end times for each day of the week. Setting the time Press the MENU button to display the LANGUAGE/CLOCK SET menu, and set the date and time.
  • Page 23: Recording Images In The Alarm Recording

    RECORDING IMAGES IN THE ALARM RECORDING AREA Alarm recording Setting the time Press the MENU button to display the LANGUAGE/CLOCK SET menu, and set the date and time. After the setting has been made, press the EXIT/OSD button, the date and time appear in the operating display.
  • Page 24: Pre-Alarm Recording

    RECORDING IMAGES IN THE ALARM RECORDING AREA Pre-alarm recording Setting the time Press the MENU button to display the LANGUAGE/CLOCK SET menu, and set the date and time. After the setting has been made, press the EXIT/OSD button, the date and time appear in the operating display.
  • Page 25: Playing Back Recorded Images

    PLAYING BACK RECORDED IMAGES The digital video recorder can play back recorded images in the normal recording area (normal recording, timer recording). Playback operations Normal recording area b Skipping to the previous or next alarm PLAY/STOP Playback in a single screen (See page 25.) MULT...
  • Page 26: Playback In A Single Screen

    PLAYING BACK RECORDED IMAGES Playback in a single screen Press the PLAY/STOP button. c appears in the operating display and the images recorded in the normal recording area are played back. You can press the camera select buttons to select the camera images to be played back. PLAY/STOP Note: Image playback starts from the point (time) that the recording...
  • Page 27 PLAYING BACK RECORDED IMAGES Zooming the image during playback Press the ZOOM button during playback. The images will be enlarged. ZOOM To return an enlarged image to normal image display, press the ZOOM button once more. The zoom will be canceled and normal images will appear. ZOOM Note: You can also change the zoom position.
  • Page 28: Playing Back Multiple-Screen Displays

    PLAYING BACK RECORDED IMAGES Playing back multiple-screen displays Recorded images can be playback in several split-screen formats. Furthermore, the images from each camera can be displayed in any position within the split-screen. (See page 81.) Press the PLAY/STOP button. PLAY/STOP Playing back images as 9-screen or 16-screen displays Press the MULTI button.
  • Page 29: Searching For Recorded Images

    SEARCHING FOR RECORDED IMAGES Images that have been recorded in the alarm recording area and in the archive area can be played back. Furthermore, images can also be searched for by recording date and time, and you can also search for moving objects that have been detected by a motion sensor during image playback.
  • Page 30 SEARCHING FOR RECORDED IMAGES Alarm search All alarm recording images in the alarm recording area can be searched for and played back. If pre-alarm images have is recorded, the images immediately before the alarms can also be played back. Press the SEARCH button during recording or when the digital video recorder is stopped.
  • Page 31 SEARCHING FOR RECORDED IMAGES Alarm thumbnail search Alarm images can be searched for and played back from thumbnails. All alarm images recorded in the alarm recording area are displayed as thumbnails. Press the SEARCH button during recording or when the digital video recorder is stopped.
  • Page 32 SEARCHING FOR RECORDED IMAGES Use the jog dial to select TIME/DATE SEARCH and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise. The TIME/DATE SEARCH screen appears. RECORDING TOP: The date and time of the first recorded image is displayed. RECORDING END: The date and time of the latest (most recently) recorded image is displayed.
  • Page 33 SEARCHING FOR RECORDED IMAGES Use the jog dial to select ARCHIVE AREA SEARCH and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise. The ARCHIVE AREA SEARCH screen appears. NO: The archive number is displayed. DATE: The date of the recorded image is displayed. TIME: The start time of the recorded image is displayed.
  • Page 34 SEARCHING FOR RECORDED IMAGES Use the jog dial to select the area to search (example: NORMAL), and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise. The cursor moves to CHANNEL. Note: If the setting for MULTIPLEXER in the VIDEO INPUT SET menu is set to “NO USE”, the cursor will move to SEARCH PREVIEW.
  • Page 35 SEARCHING FOR RECORDED IMAGES Turn the shuttle dial clockwise. Use the jog dial to set the END date and time (example: 8.00 pm on the current day) for the motion sensor setting, and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise. The cursor moves to MOTION SENSOR. Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
  • Page 36: Saving (Copying) Recorded Images

    SAVING (COPYING) RECORDED IMAGES Important images that have been recorded onto the normal recording area or alarm recording area can be copied to the archive area of the hard disk or to the following media. A Copying images to the hard disk archive area Copying Alarm recording...
  • Page 37: A Copying Images To The Hard Disk Archive Area

    SAVING (COPYING) RECORDED IMAGES Copying images to the hard disk archive area Play back the images in the normal recording area or alarm recording area that is to be copied, and pause playback at the image that is to be copied. (See page 26.) PLAY/STOP STILL Note: Images from all cameras (1 to 16) cannot be copied all at once.
  • Page 38: B Copying Images From The Archive Area To A Compactflash Card Or Microdrive

    SAVING (COPYING) RECORDED IMAGES Copying images from the archive area to a CompactFlash card or microdrive Insert a CompactFlash card or microdrive into the CompactFlash slot on the front panel. When inserting the CompactFlash card or microdrive, make sure that the direction of insertion is correct.
  • Page 39: Compactflash Recording Area

    IMG00001 IMG00002 IMG00003 INDEX.HTM A SANYO folder is created in the root directory. Sub-folders for holding the copied images are created in sequence in the SANYO folder. Sub-folders are created within the date/time folder with names starting from IMG00001. Each sub-folder can hold 200 images.
  • Page 40: C Copying Images From The Archive Area To A Dds (Dat) Drive Or Cd-R Drive

    SAVING (COPYING) RECORDED IMAGES Copying images from the archive area to a DDS (DAT) drive or CD-R drive Connecting to a drive Insert a recommended SCSI card for connecting the DDS (DAT) drive into the PC card slot at the rear of the digital video recorder. Images from the archive area can be copied to the DDS (DAT) drive, and images recorded on the DDS (DAT) drive can also be copied to the archive area.
  • Page 41 SAVING (COPYING) RECORDED IMAGES Reading data from a DDS (DAT) drive into the archive area Note: All of the previously recorded images in the archive area are deleted when images are transferred in this way. Press the COPY button during recording or when the digital video recorder is stopped.
  • Page 42 SAVING (COPYING) RECORDED IMAGES Copying images to a CD-R drive While viewing the still image to be copied from the archive area, press the COPY button. The COPY screen appears. Refer to page 31 for details on playing back images in the archive area.
  • Page 43: Menu Flow Chart And Menu Operations

    MENU FLOW CHART AND MENU OPERATIONS These menus let you make a variety of settings relating to recording and also relating to the multiplexer functions. Recording and monitoring will not be possible unless the various settings have been made, so you should always make the appropriate settings for the usage conditions.
  • Page 44: Basic Menu Screen Operations

    If K is displayed at the top of the menu screen, you can use the numeric keys (camera select buttons: 1 to 16 for the DSR-3016 and 1 to 9 for the DSR-3009) on the digital video recorder to enter numbers directly as well as using the jog dial to enter numbers.
  • Page 45: Initial Set Menu

    INITIAL SET MENU These menus let you make a variety of settings relating initial settings. Main menu LANGUAGE/CLOCK SET menu This describes how to set the menu screen language and the date and time that are normally displayed on the screen. In addition, if more than one device is connected to the digital video recorder, you can adjust the time settings for all of these devices so that they are identical.
  • Page 46: Clock Set Settings

    INITIAL SET MENU CLOCK SET settings (default setting: 01-01-2002 TUE 00:00:00) You should always set the date and time correctly. This digital video recorder includes the recording time with recorded images, and uses this time for playback and searching. Example: To set the date and time to 8.30 a.m. on 22 May 2002 When the cursor is at the CLOCK SET time setting, turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
  • Page 47: Btimer Settings

    INITIAL SET MENU EXT. CLOCK SET setting (default setting: 01:00) If more than two devices are connected at the same time, the time settings (ADJUST TIME) for the digital video recorder are also applied to these devices. Connect the other devices to the input terminal (CLOCK SET IN) and output terminal (CLOCK SET OUT) at the rear of the digital video recorder.
  • Page 48 INITIAL SET MENU Operable functions during the period set by the timer Each of the following menu settings is required to operate these timer functions. After you have made the menu settings, be sure to make the timer settings. To change camera images into automatic switching screens.
  • Page 49: Choliday Set Setting

    INITIAL SET MENU Example 2: Set the timer operation as follows To set TIME PERIOD A time zones to automatic switching screen and monitor mask. To set TIMER PERIOD B timer zones for the motion sensor. Turn the jog dial to move the cursor to the SEQUENCE setting in the SELECT TIME PERIOD menu, and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
  • Page 50: D Automatic Camera Detection

    INITIAL SET MENU Automatic camera detection This automatically detects the cameras that are connected to the digital video recorder and changes all settings for cameras that are not connected to “OFF”. MENU Press the MENU button to display the INITIAL SET menu screen, and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
  • Page 51: Recording Setting

    RECORDING SETTING Main manu RECORDING AREA SET Displays the total menu capacity of the hard disk. Sets the capacity of the RECORDING archive recording area. CONDITIONS SET menu Archive recording area Changes the settings for connections when more than one (maximum of 2) digital video recorder is connected together for series recording.
  • Page 52: Arecording Area Set Menu

    RECORDING SETTING RECORDING AREA SET menu This describe how to make the various settings for each recording area. TOTAL CAPACITY display This shows the total recording capacity of the hard disk. This display cannot be changed except when the hard disk capacity itself is changed.
  • Page 53: Brecording Conditions Set Menu

    RECORDING SETTING AREA FULL RESET setting When the normal recording area and alarm recording area of the hard disk become full, the images in the recording areas will be automatically overwritten, starting from the oldest images that have been recorded. However, you can change this setting to prevent overwriting of images when the recording areas become full, at times such as when you want to check or edit the recorded images.
  • Page 54 RECORDING SETTING Use the jog dial to change the setting to “ ON” , and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise. The cursor moves to TOTAL NUMBER. Turn the shuttle dial clockwise, use the jog dial to set the total number of digital video recorders connected (example: 3), and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
  • Page 55: Cnormal Rec Mode Set Menu

    RECORDING SETTING Relationship between RECORDING AREA SET and OVERWRITE If the normal recording area and alarm recording area become full, select AREA FULL RESET for the normal recording area or alarm recording area in the RECORDING AREA SET menu. (See page 52.) Note: No audio input is provided from the digital video input terminals.
  • Page 56: Dprogram Rec Set Menu

    RECORDING SETTING PROGRAM REC SET menu Recording for particular cameras only can be carried out by specifying those cameras. Programs from no. 1 to no. 4 can be set. For example, program no. 1 could be set to record images from cameras 1 to 4 only, and program no.
  • Page 57: Etimer Set Menu

    RECORDING SETTING TIMER SET menu These settings must always be made when carrying out timer recording. 1 2 3 4 5 6 TIMER SET setting This sets the starting time and stopping time for each day, and also sets the recording speed. WEEK This selects the day for the timer setting.
  • Page 58: Timer Reservations Spanning More Than 24 Hours

    RECORDING SETTING Use the jog dial to change the setting to “ OFF” , and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise. “30” flashes in the FPS column. Use the jog dial to set the recording cycle to “ 10” , and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
  • Page 59 RECORDING SETTING Use the jog dial to change from “– –” to “ 20” , and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise. “– – ” (minutes) flashes in the STOP column. Use the jog dial to change from “– –” to “ 30” , and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
  • Page 60: Falarm Rec Mode Set Menu

    RECORDING SETTING ALARM REC MODE SET menu These settings relate to alarm recording. Sub-menu ALARM REC MODE SET setting This lets you set the recording quality, recording method (frame or field), audio recording and recording speed for the alarm recording area.
  • Page 61 RECORDING SETTING Turn the shuttle dial clockwise, use the jog dial to set audio recording (example: “ ON” ), and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise. The cursor moves to ALARM RECORDING. Note: Audio recording can be set when the REC RATE setting is from 10FPS to 60FPS.
  • Page 62 RECORDING SETTING Recording alternates between images from the cameras where an alarm has occurred and images from all cameras that are connected. If alarms have occurred at more than one camera, images from the cameras where an alarm has occurred and images from all cameras are alternately recorded one image at a time.
  • Page 63 RECORDING SETTING Pre-alarm recording setting Use the jog dial to move the cursor to ALARM RECORDING, and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise. “OFF” flashes. Use the jog dial to change the “ OFF” setting to some other mode (example: ENABLED), and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
  • Page 64: Alarm Trigger Setting

    RECORDING SETTING Alarm trigger setting Use the jog dial to move the cursor to the ALARM TRIGGER setting. Turn the shuttle dial clockwise, use the jog dial to select the method of detecting intruders (example: “ SENSOR"), and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise. The cursor moves to PICTURE QUALITY.
  • Page 65: G Alarm Operation Set Menu

    RECORDING SETTING G ALARM OPERATION SET menu Sub-menu Using the timer function for recording Setting motion sensors so that when a suspicious individual is detected, alarm recording is carried out for the time period set for timer recording. TIME PERIOD SET settings (See page 46.) Sets whether alarm images are displayed as a single screen or in a split screen on the main monitor.
  • Page 66 RECORDING SETTING There are three types of alarm detection: external alarm, motion sensor alarm and signal loss alarm. Alarm settings include specifying the period during which the buzzer will continue to sound and the method of recording images during each alarm. Type of alarm External alarm detection By setting up a door switch, etc.
  • Page 67 RECORDING SETTING Alarm display settings MENU Press the MENU button to select RECORD SET, and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise. The RECORD SET sub-menu appears, and the cursor is positioned at RECORDING AREA SET. Use the jog dial to move the cursor to ALARM OPERATION SET, and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
  • Page 68 RECORDING SETTING MOTION SENSOR setting (default setting: OFF) To display motion sensors on each camera image and make settings for intruder detection. The motion sensors work as shown below. 3 4 5 Motion sensor off status When the jog dial is turned, the cursor moves. Sensor setting Turn the shuttle dial clockwise to select “A”, “B”...
  • Page 69: Setting The Alarm Duration

    RECORDING SETTING Use the jog dial to move the cursor to T-1, and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise to set “ T-2” . Use the jog dial to move the cursor to the “ OFF” setting for LEVEL, and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise to set the sensitivity to “...
  • Page 70 RECORDING SETTING Repeat the above procedure to set the alarm duration for other cameras. Press the EXIT/OSD button. The display returns to the normal screen. EXIT/OSD English Resetting an alarm When images from the camera where the alarm was detected are appearing in a single-screen display Press the camera select button for the camera that is being shown in the single-screen display for approximately...
  • Page 71: General Setting

    GENERAL SETTING Main menu DISPLAY SET menu Displays settings such as the date and time and the image quality on the monitor. In addition, the number of alarms and types of alarm can also be displayed. Sets titles. Changes the video loss settings. BUZZER SET menu Changes the color level settings.
  • Page 72: Adisplay Set Menu

    GENERAL SETTING DISPLAY SET menu This sets which operation displays appear on the monitor. DISPLAY SET setting The date and time that have been set using the CLOCK SET and other settings can be displayed on the monitor screen during recording and playback.
  • Page 73: Bbuzzer Set Setting

    GENERAL SETTING Use the jog dial to enter “ H” , and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise. The cursor will move to the right. Repeat the above procedure to enter the title “HALL-1F”. CAMERA NO.03 H ------- 03 CAMERA NO.03 H ------- 03 Note: To change the title, turn the shuttle dial clockwise so that the cursor moves to the character to be changed, and then re-enter the character.
  • Page 74: Csecurity Lock Set Setting

    GENERAL SETTING Press the EXIT/OSD button. The display returns to the normal screen. EXIT/OSD SECURITY LOCK SET setting Passwords for this digital video recorder can be set by the Administrator or the User or both. Setting passwords enables privileges to be set for recording and playback operations. After the security lock has been set, if someone other than the password setter touches an operating button on the digital video recorder, the buzzer will sound and a password must be entered.
  • Page 75 GENERAL SETTING User password setting Example: To set the password to “ AB123456” Use the jog dial to move the cursor to USER, and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise. The first password entry bar flashes. Use the jog dial to display “ A” , and then turn the shuttle dial. The second password entry bar flashes.
  • Page 76: Drs-232C/Rs-485 Set Setting

    GENERAL SETTING Security lock setting At the normal monitoring screen, press and hold the SHUTTLE LOCK button for approximately 3 seconds. The LOCK indicator at the front panel illuminates and the buzzer sounds. The security lock is then set. SHUTTLE LOCK POWER To check the security lock, press the REC/STOP button or the MENU button.
  • Page 77: Ehdd Set Setting

    GENERAL SETTING RS-485 Selection Connect the RS-485 control terminals (A and B) of the digital video recorder in series with other devices such as a controller, multiplexer or another digital video recorder. (See page 9.) Turn the shuttle dial clockwise, use the jog dial to select RS-485, and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
  • Page 78: Fnetwork Set Setting

    GENERAL SETTING Turn the shuttle dial clockwise. A WARNING screen appears and then “NO” flashes. Use the jog dial to select YES, and then turn the shuttle dial. The “HDD INITIALIZING!” screen appear and the hard disk is initialized. Then the display is returned to the HDD SET screen. Press the EXIT/OSD button.
  • Page 79 GENERAL SETTING NETWORK SET setting MENU Press the MENU button to select GENERAL SET, and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise. The GENERAL SET sub-menu appears, and the cursor is positioned at DISPLAY SET. Use the jog dial to move the cursor to NETWORK SET, and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
  • Page 80: Password Set Setting

    GENERAL SETTING PASSWORD SET setting For network connection there are three access levels, each of which has a password. Each password can consist of a combination of 4 to 8 alphanumeric symbols. Note: The cursor cannot be moved to ID or PASSWORD (4-8). Example: Set AB123456 as the ID1 password.
  • Page 81: Screen Setting

    SCREEN SETTING Main menu Using the timer function for automatic switching (See page 84.) When the timer function has been set, you can automatically switch camera images at intervals corresponding to the setting time. Using the timer function for masking the monitor (See page 85.) When the timer function has been set, you can hide the camera...
  • Page 82: Amulti Screen Setting

    SCREEN SETTING MULTI SCREEN setting The order in which camera images are displayed in 4-screen, 9-screen and 16-screen displays can be set as desired. Note: The same camera image cannot be displayed more than once on the same screen. Example 1: To display camera 1 image on cameras 06, 11, 16 (in a 4-screen display) The DSR-3009 model can display only cameras 01 to 09.
  • Page 83: Bsequence Setting

    SCREEN SETTING Example 2: To display the image from camera 16 at camera 05 position (in a 16-screen display) Use the jog dial to move the cursor to MULTI SCREEN, and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise. “NORMAL” flashes. Use the jog dial to change the MULTI SCREEN setting to “...
  • Page 84 SCREEN SETTING Use the jog dial to set the switching time to “ 05” , and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise. Automatic switching display is set to intervals of 5 seconds. Display examples: 1 – 30S: Sets the automatic switching time to the number of seconds selected.
  • Page 85 SCREEN SETTING Press the EXIT/OSD button. The display returns to the normal screen. EXIT/OSD Example 3: To set a 5-second interval for the automatic switching of main monitor images and to prevent automatic switching from occurring when it is not required, such as when using the timer function.
  • Page 86: Cmask Settings

    SCREEN SETTING Use the jog dial to set T-2, and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise. Repeat this procedure to switch between T-1, T-2, T-3 and T-4. Use the jog dial to move the cursor to 09, and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
  • Page 87 SCREEN SETTING Use the jog dial to move the cursor to MASK, and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise. “OFF” flashes. Use the jog dial to set “ ON” , and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise. The cursor moves to MASK SET. Turn the shuttle dial clockwise.
  • Page 88: Power Failure/Used Time Display

    POWER FAILURE/USED TIME DISPLAY Main menu Press the MENU button to select POWER FAILURE/USED TIME, and then turn the shuttle dial clockwise. The POWER FAILURE/USED TIME sub-menu appears. Check details such as the date and time of the power failure and the usage time for the hard disk.
  • Page 89: Saving Menu Setting Details

    SAVING MENU SETTING DETAILS The details of menu settings can be saved (copied) onto a CompactFlash card, and settings which have been saved onto a CompactFlash card can be retrieved (loaded) into the digital video recorder. This function can be used to make the same settings easily or several digital video recorders.
  • Page 90: Loading Saved Menu Settings

    SAVING MENU SETTING DETAILS Loading saved menu settings This procedure loads menu setting details that have been saved onto a CompactFlash card into the digital video recorder. Note: When loading the settings into the digital video recorder, you can select whether to load recording area settings also. If you read different menu settings into a digital video recorder which already has images recorded onto its hard disk, the recording areas will be automatically initialized, and all images...
  • Page 91 PROGRAM REC RECORDING RATE Without PRE ALARM 30.000 15.000 10.000 7.500 6.000 15.000 7.500 5.000 3.750 3.000 10.000 5.000 3.333 2.500 2.000 7.500 3.750 2.500 1.875 1.500 6.000 3.000 2.000 1.500 1.200 5.000 2.500 1.667 1.250 1.000 4.286 2.143 1.429 1.071 0.857 3.750...
  • Page 92: Interface Specifications

    Parity None Stop bit Communication protocol A proprietary Sanyo protocol (SSP: Security Serial Protocol) is used. It is recommended that a special controller be used. Contact the place of purchase for further details on obtaining a special controller. English RS485 termination switch settings (RS485...
  • Page 93 If a command sent does not correspond to a digital video recorder function, the command is received but no operation is carried out. Upper bit Lower bit Upper bit Lower bit ZOOM (MPX) CHANNEL COPY OSD/EXIT : Command for RS-485 only. REV PLAY/ PLAY SEARCH (DVR) STOP STILL FF/ALARM F REW/ALARM STATUS LOG2 STATUS LOG1 REC STOP TIMER ON/OFF SHIFT SHIFT SHIFT...
  • Page 94: Specifications

    Search Archive Area with event list Search by specifying a motion sensor English/French/Spanish Year/month/day/hours/minutes/seconds 1.0 Vp-p/75 , unbalanced, BNC x 16 (DSR-3016), x 9 (DSR-3009) Separate YC signals, DIN connector x 1 RJ-45 x1 –8dBs, 27 k unbalanced (RCA pin jack) –60dBs 10 k unbalanced, 3.5mm mini jack...
  • Page 95 DIGITAL VIDEO RECORDER WARRANTY In order to obtain warranty service, the product must be delivered to and picked up from an Authorized Sanyo Service Center at the user’s expense, unless specifically stated otherwise in this warranty. The names and addresses of Authorized Sanyo Service Centers may be obtained by calling the toll-free number listed below.
  • Page 96 Printed on recycled paper Imprimé sur du papier recyclé Impreso en papel reciclado 1AC6P1P2522-B L8HBA/US, US2, L8HBB/US, US2 (0503KP-CZ) SANYO Electric Co., Ltd. Printed in Japan...

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