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DIGITAL RECORDER
INSTALLATION AND
OPERATION MANUAL
MODEL
DX-TL900U
THIS INSTRUCTION MANUAL IS IMPORTANT TO YOU. PLEASE READ IT BEFORE USING YOUR DIGITAL RECORDER.
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  • Page 1 DIGITAL RECORDER INSTALLATION AND OPERATION MANUAL MODEL DX-TL900U THIS INSTRUCTION MANUAL IS IMPORTANT TO YOU. PLEASE READ IT BEFORE USING YOUR DIGITAL RECORDER.
  • Page 2 WARNING: REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL. WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE. CAUTION: TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT USE THIS (POLARIZED) PLUG WITH AN EXTENSION CORD, RECEPTACLE OR OTHER OUTLET UNLESS THE BLADES CAN BE FULLY INSERTED TO PREVENT BLADE EXPOSURE.
  • Page 3 AVERTISSEMENT: La flèche symbolisant l’éclair dans un triangle équilateral a pour objet de tirer l’attention de l’utilisateur sur le fait, qu’il y a des “tensions dangereuses” non-isolées à l’intérieur de l’enceinte du produit qui peuvent être suffisamment importantes pour conduire au risque d’électrocution.
  • Page 4: Important Safeguards

    Important safeguards PLEASE READ ALL THESE INSTRUCTIONS REGARDING YOUR RECORDER AND RETAIN FOR FUTURE REFERENCE. FOLLOW ALL WARNINGS AND INSTRUCTIONS MARKED ON THE RECORDER. 1. Read Instructions All the safety and operating instructions should be read before the appliance is operated. 2.
  • Page 5 16. Servicing Do not attempt to service this product yourself as opening or removing covers may expose you to dan- gerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. 17. Damage requiring Service Unplug this product from the wall outlet and refer serv- icing to qualified service personnel under the follow- ing conditions: (a) When the power-supply cord or plug is dam-...
  • Page 6: Features

    Caution and care HEAVY OBJECTS SHOULD NEVER BE PLACED ON THE UNIT (E.G., Monitor) NEVER TOUCH OR INSERT ANY OBJECT INSIDE THE UNIT Touching the inside of the cabinet or inserting foreign objects of any kind not only creates a safety hazard but can also cause extensive damage.
  • Page 7 450 lines for the horizontal reso- lution and extended recording time is obtained. The DX-TL900U has an internal disk capacity of 120GB and record in 5 user selectable picture grades and 12 recording time modes. The DX-TL900U also has a built in 9 camera multiplexer with motion detec- tion per input.
  • Page 8: Table Of Contents

    Contents Important safeguards ... 4,5 Features ... 6 Caution and care ... 7 Contents ... 8,9 Flowchart ... 10,11 Flowchart for connection and settings ... 10,11 Major operations and their functions ... 12-15 Front View ... 12 Front View(Inside of the door) ... 13 Rear View ...
  • Page 9 Various playback functions ... 56,57 Playing still frames ... 56 Shuttle viewing/direct shuttle viewing ... 56 Shuttle hold ... 56 Frame-by-frame playback ... 56 Reverse playback ... 56 High-speed fast-forward/high-speed rewind ... 56 Changing playback intervals ... 56,57 Monitor display settings and playback operation ... 57 Simultaneous playback during recording ...
  • Page 10: Flowchart

    Flowchart Flowchart for connection and settings Installation example : Connect the terminals on the back ; and set initial settings. Next, make an alarm recording using the timer function, and using alarm list search, retrieve, playback, and copy the data. Connection to the terminals on the back •...
  • Page 11 Setting the timer recording • Selecting the normal & alarm recording or pre-alarm recording. See “ Recording mode settings A - D for normal recording/alarm recording”, page 42. • Setting the recording mode. • Selecting the camera selection during the alarm recording. •...
  • Page 12: Major Operations And Their Functions

    Major operations and their functions Front View ACCESS POWER SPLIT/ ZOOM SEQUENCE DIGITAL RECORDER DX - TL900U 1. POWER button When pressing this button while the MAIN switch on the rear of this unit is set to ON, the power turns on and the button lights.
  • Page 13: Front View(Inside Of The Door)

    Front View (Inside of the door) ACCESS POWER SPLIT/ ZOOM SEQUENCE VIDEO OUT AUDIO OUT COMPACTFLASH 14. LOCK button Pressing it with a pointed object (such as a ballpoint pen) while the MAIN switch (main power) on the rear of the unit is on, will activate the simple lock. Press- ing it for more than 5 seconds will activate the PASS- WORD LOCK SETTING display, which allows you to designate a PASSWORD.
  • Page 14: Rear View

    Major operations and their functions (continued) Rear View MAIN AC IN 1. MAIN switch This is the main power switch. When using this unit, set this switch to ON. Otherwise, the power cannot be turned on/off using the POWER button on the front of the unit.
  • Page 15: Inserting/Ejecting Compact Flash Card

    EMERGENCY terminal Input terminal for making it shift to EMERGENCY recording mode compulsorily. RESERVED terminal Not available. MODE OUT 1 - MODE OUT 4 terminals Output terminal to indicate the unit’s current mode. Select the unit’s condition by MODE OUT 1 ~ MODE OUT 4 setting in the <REAR TERMINAL SETTINGS>...
  • Page 16: Connections

    Connections Connecting to CCTV camera, monitor, sensor One of either cables should be connected. To AUDIO OUT connector MAIN AC IN POWER CORD EMERGENCY/ALARM IN/REC/ CLOCK ADJ Input terminal • Input Circuit 0.047µF 10kΩ 22kΩ Input terminal <Interface circuit inside the unit> •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••...
  • Page 17: Alarm Recording Connection

    All data in the Alarm List will be deleted, and re- cording will start from 00001. Note: The DX-TL900U comes with one 120GB HDD installed. If a second drive is needed it must be installed by a qualified tech. •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Connection/Initial settings...
  • Page 18: Basic Operations

    Basic Operations Multiplexer functions Buttons on the front of the unit can be used to perform some of the multiplexer functions. Multiplexer buttons 1 Camera number buttons (1 to 9) SPLIT/ ZOOM SEQUENCE 3 ZOOM button 2 SPLIT/SEQUENCE button 1. Camera number buttons (1 to 9) Video images of cameras connected to CAMERA IN ter- minals 1 to 9 on the rear of the unit are displayed.
  • Page 19: To Return To The Normal Screen From A Menu Screen

    <TIME DATE/DISPLAY SETTINGS> TIME DATE ADJUST >>DISPLAY MODE CLOCK LOCATION SETTING CAMERA DISPLAY CAMERA TITLE/MEMO SETTING DUPLEX MODE DISPLAY <MODE 3> 01-01-2003 WED 00:00:00 15P 99% A00001 To return to the normal screen from a menu screen The procedure to return to the normal screen after com- pleting menu screen settings using the JOG dial/SHUT- TLE ring is detailed below.
  • Page 20: Time Date Adjust

    Basic Operations (continued) TIME DATE ADJUST Before starting recording, it is necessary to set accurately the current date and time. Example : Set the date/time to 10/28/2003 6:30pm (18:30)( default : “01/01/2003 00:00:00” ). 1. Press the SET UP button to display the <SETTINGS> screen.
  • Page 21: Basic Manual Recording

    Basic manual recording Normal recording using manual operation is explained below. Before recording, check the record settings including the settings of “HDD REPEAT REC" in the <HDD SETTINGS> screen ( Settings here are for normal recording only. For timer recording, settings must be made on the <TIMER PROGRAM SETTINGS>...
  • Page 22: Basic Playback

    Basic Operations (continued) 7. Turn the JOG dial clockwise to reverse display “GRADE” and turn the SHUTTLE ring clockwise. • The background of the “GRADE” setting turns red and flashes. <RECORD SETTING> NO.PPS GRADE A-PPS 0.333P STD 1.667P STD 1.667P STD 1.667P STD When the setting item is flashing, the menu screen cannot be cleared even when pressing the...
  • Page 23 5.Turn the JOG dial to display “03” for “DAY” and turn the SHUTTLE ring clockwise. • Setting is confirmed and flashing stops. 6. Repeat steps 4 and 5 to set “YEAR”, “HOUR”, “MINUTE” and “SECOND”. <TIME DATE SEARCH> >>03-03-2003 21:25:40 EXECUTE(FORWARD) START 02-02-2003...
  • Page 24: Language Selection

    Basic Operations (continued) LANGUAGE SELECTION The menu screen display can be set to one of six languages. ENGLISH is the default languge for initial settings. If a different language is needed, please follow the procedures below to change to another language. Setting ( default : “ENGLISH”...
  • Page 25: Menu Functions

    Menu functions MENU SETTING You can set the basic settings from the MENU SETTING. Refer to pages shown below for details. During playback, recording, pre-alarm recording stand-by mode you cannot change setting of some MENUs. SET UP MAIN MENU <SETTINGS> >>TIME DATE/DISPLAY SETTINGS MPX DISPLAY SETTINGS MOTION DETECTION SETTINGS...
  • Page 26: Main Menu

    Menu functions (continued) SET UP MAIN MENU <SETTINGS> >>TIME DATE/DISPLAY SETTINGS MPX DISPLAY SETTINGS MOTION DETECTION SETTINGS RECORD SETTINGS TIMER PROGRAM SETTINGS INITIAL SET UP/INFORMATION QUICK SETTINGS MEMO: •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• SUB MENU (1) SUB MENU (2) <MOTION DETECTION SETTINGS> & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & >>SELECTION CAMERA NUMBER &...
  • Page 27 SET UP MAIN MENU <SETTINGS> >>TIME DATE/DISPLAY SETTINGS MPX DISPLAY SETTINGS MOTION DETECTION SETTINGS RECORD SETTINGS TIMER PROGRAM SETTINGS INITIAL SET UP/INFORMATION QUICK SETTINGS MEMO: ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Operations SUB MENU (1) SUB MENU (2) <INITIAL SET UP/INFORMATION> <HDD SETTINGS> >>HDD SETTINGS >>HDD REPEAT REC AUDIO RECORDING HDD REPEAT PLAY...
  • Page 28: Copy Menu

    Menu functions (continued) SET UP MAIN MENU <SETTINGS> >>TIME DATE/DISPLAY SETTINGS MPX DISPLAY SETTINGS MOTION DETECTION SETTINGS RECORD SETTINGS TIMER PROGRAM SETTINGS INITIAL SET UP/INFORMATION QUICK SETTINGS MEMO: REC/STOP + POWER button <HDD CONFIGURATION> MASTER HDD(120GB) SLAVE NONE >>POWER OFF INITIALIZE HDD REC MODE NORMAL...
  • Page 29: Search Selection Menu

    SEARCH SELECTION MENU SEARCH MAIN MENU <TIME DATE SEARCH> >>01-01-2002 00:00:00 EXECUTE(FORWARD) START ---------- --:--:-- ---------- --:--:-- PUSH SEARCH KEY FOR SEARCH SELECTION <TIME DATE SEARCH> Pages 22, 23 <INDEX SEARCH> >>INDEX 01 EXECUTE(FORWARD) EXECUTE(REVERSE) START ---------- --:--:-- ---------- --:--:-- PUSH SEARCH KEY FOR SEARCH SELECTION <INDEX SEARCH>...
  • Page 30: Time Date/Display Settings

    <TIME DATE/DISPLAY SETTINGS> TIME DATE ADJUST See page 20. DISPLAY MODE Display format of the date and current time can be set. <TIME DATE/DISPLAY SETTINGS> TIME DATE ADJUST >>DISPLAY MODE CLOCK LOCATION SETTING CAMERA DISPLAY CAMERA TITLE/MEMO SETTING DUPLEX MODE DISPLAY <MODE 1>...
  • Page 31: Time Date/Display Settings

    <CAMERA TITLE/MEMO SETTING> >> •••••••••••••••• •••••••••••••••• •••••••••••••••• •••••••••••••••• •••••••••••••••• •••••••••••••••• •••••••••••••••• •••••••••••••••• •••••••••••••••• MEMO •••••••••••••••• >SHUTTLE>>:CHARACTERS 2. Turn the JOG dial to select camera number “ the SHUTTLE ring clockwise. • The <CHARACTERS> screen appears and the character on the very left of the string is displayed in reversed color. <CHARACTERS>...
  • Page 32: Mpx Display Settings

    <MPX DISPLAY SETTINGS> The multiplexer function of this unit allows the connected camera video to be displayed using SPLIT4 and SPLIT9 screens. It is also possible to set the order of the camera number displayed. Basic operations of the multiplexer can also be found on see page 18.
  • Page 33: The Function Of The Split/Sequence Button, Zoom Button, And Camera Number Buttons

    The function of the SPLIT/SEQUENCE button, ZOOM button, and camera number buttons The screen of cameras with no video input signal will appear blue and the screen of cameras set to “OFF” for COVERT CAMERA SETTING during split screen display will appear black ( SPLIT/ Display SEQUENCE...
  • Page 34: Split4 Screen Setting

    <MPX DISPLAY SETTINGS> (continued) SPLIT4 SCREEN SETTING For the SPLIT4 SCREEN SETTING, 3 types of SPLIT4 screen types (a, b and c) can be set. 1. Press the SET UP button <SETTINGS> SCREEN SETTING” in the <MPX DISPLAY SETTINGS> screen and turn the SHUTTLE ring clockwise. •...
  • Page 35: Interlace

    <MPX DISPLAY SETTINGS> (continued) 5. Display the desired time and turn the SHUTTLE ring clockwise. • The setting is confirmed and flashing stops. • The time can be set at 1 second intervals (max. 30 seconds). 6. Repeat steps 2 - 5 to set other display orders of camera number and time.
  • Page 36: Motion Detection

    <MOTION DETECTION SETTINGS> (continued) 1. In the above “SELECTION CAMERA NUMBER”, select the camera to activate/inactivate motion detection. 2. In “MOTION DETECTION”, display the desired setting and turn the SHUTTLE ring clockwise. • The setting is confirmed and flashing stops. DETECTION MASK SETTING The area to activate motion detection is set here.
  • Page 37: Motion Detection Settings

    MOTION THRESHOLD The minimum number of dots for starting the motion de- tection operation from the number of active dots within the detection area is set here. Motion detection operates when change that exceeds the number of minimum dot set is detected.
  • Page 38: Record Settings

    <RECORD SETTINGS> Settings concerning normal recording and alarm recording This unit allows independent settings for normal recording and alarm recording. By this, more detailed settings are possible such as changing the recording intervals of the camera inputting the alarm signals while maintaining normal recording.
  • Page 39: Alarm Rec Duration

    ALARM REC DURATION The recording time during alarm recording can be set. <RECORD SETTINGS> RECORD SETTING >>ALARM REC DURATION PRE ALARM REC Setting ( default : “5S” ) “2S”, “5S”, “10S”, “15S”, “30S”, “45S”, “1M”, “2M”, “5M”, “10M”, “20M”, “30M”, “60M”, “MANUAL” “MANUAL”...
  • Page 40: Timer Program Settings

    <TIMER PROGRAM SETTINGS> TIMER PROGRAM SETTINGS Up to 3 most used operation patterns can be set in ad- vance. By individually setting the camera, recording inter- vals and recording picture quality for normal recording/alarm recording to A - D, settings can be changed instantly by switching operations.
  • Page 41: Holiday Setting

    9. Repeat steps 7 and 8 to set “30” in “minutes” of the start time and “13” in the “hour” and “00” in the “minutes” of the end time, and then confirm. 10. Turn the JOG dial clockwise to move the reversed display to the “MODE”...
  • Page 42: Recording Mode Settings A - D

    <TIMER PROGRAM SETTINGS> (continued) Recording mode settings A - D for normal recording/alarm recording The camera, recording intervals and recording picture qual- ity for normal recording/alarm recording can be set to 4 pat- terns of recording mode settings A - D (for details concerning recording mode settings, 1.
  • Page 43: Initial Set Up/Information

    <INITIAL SET UP/INFORMATION> HDD SETTINGS HDD REPEAT REC The operation when HDD (Hard Disk Drive) space becomes full during recording is set. <HDD SETTINGS> >>HDD REPEAT REC HDD REPEAT PLAY IM-CHECK PLAY SEQUENTIAL PLAY Setting ( default : “OFF” ) “ON”...
  • Page 44: Sequential Play

    <INITIAL SET UP/INFORMATION> (continued) SEQUENTIAL PLAY It is possible to make backups of the video recorded to an analog video recorder, etc., using the SEQUENTIAL PLAY function. This function plays back the video of each camera in it's original recording rate and in full screen. When this function is activated the SPLIT/SEQUENCE button will light.
  • Page 45: Key Sound

    Setting ( default : “OFF” ) “REC” : Outputs signals during recording. “PLAY” : Outputs signals during playback. “REMAIN” : Outputs signals when the remaining HDD space reaches the value specified in “REMAIN HDD”. “POWER” : Outputs signals when the power of the unit turns on.
  • Page 46: Remain Hdd

    <INITIAL SET UP/INFORMATION> (continued) REMAIN HDD A warning indicating that the remaining HDD capacity has become low during recording is outputted. The remaining capacity for this warning is set here. <REAR TERMINAL SETTINGS> MODE OUT 1 MODE OUT 2 MODE OUT 3 MODE OUT 4 KEY SOUND BUZZER...
  • Page 47: Rear Terminal Settings

    1. Press the SET UP button UP/INFORMATION> <REAR TERMINAL SETTINGS> Select “HDD FULL” in the <CALL OUT SETTINGS> screen. Display the desired setting and confirm. 2. Turn the SHUTTLE ring counterclockwise or press the SET UP button. EMERGENCY REC DURATION The recording time for alarm recording can be set.
  • Page 48: Information/Service

    <INITIAL SET UP/INFORMATION> (continued) INFORMATION/SERVICE In the <INFORMATION/SERVICE> screen, the log list/de- vice list during power failures, etc., can be checked and the menus can be reset. At the bottom of the menu screen, the accumulated operation time since the beginning of us- age is displayed.
  • Page 49: Initial Set Up/Information

    <INITIAL SET UP/INFORMATION> (continued) HDD DATA CLEAR/CFC DATA CLEAR Data recorded on the HDD (Hard Disk Drive) or CFC (Com- pact Flash Card) is erased. 1. Press the SET UP button UP/INFORMATION> Select “HDD DATA CLEAR” or “CFC DATA CLEAR” in the <INFORMATION/SERVICE> screen. Turn the SHUTTLE ring clockwise.
  • Page 50: Operation Examples

    Operation examples Operation example 1 This example sets different number of cameras to REC MODE A and B for normal recording to switch cameras depending on the time period and day of week. For loading of camera video, of recording operation to the number of cameras and recording interval settings”, page 73.
  • Page 51: Operation Example 2

    Operation example 2 This example uses the holiday setting. < Operation > • REC MODE A (normal recording with all cameras) is set to Monday ~ Friday from 08:00 to 15:00 and REC MODE B (normal recording with camera number “ “...
  • Page 52: Operation Example 3

    Operation examples (continued) 7) <TIMER PROGRAM> screen setting ( 40, 41). • SPL : “MON - FRI”. • PROGRAM NO.1 : “SPL”, “08:00”, “15:00”, “A”, “OFF”. • PROGRAM NO.2 : “SPL”, “15:00”, “20:00”, “B”, “OFF”. • PROGRAM NO.3 : “SAT”, “08:00”, “17:00”, “B”, “OFF”. •...
  • Page 53 7) <TIMER PROGRAM> screen setting ( 40, 41). • SPL : “MON - FRI”. • PROGRAM NO.1 : “SPL”, “08:00”, “15:00”, “C”, “ON”. • PROGRAM NO.2 : “SPL”, “15:00”, “08:00”, “D”, “ON”. • PROGRAM NO.3 : “SAT”, “08:00”, “08:00”, “D”, “ON”. •...
  • Page 54: Various Recordings

    Various recordings PRE ALARM RECORDINGS During alarm recording, recording can be started a few seconds before the ALARM IN terminal is grounded or motion is detected. For details concerning pre-alarm recording set- tings, see “Recording mode settings A - D for normal recording / alarm recording”...
  • Page 55 <HDD SETTINGS> >>HDD REPEAT REC HDD REPEAT PLAY IM-CHECK PLAY SEQUENTIAL PLAY If not overwriting data on the first unit (when the remaining capacity becomes less than 20%), set “HDD REPEAT REC” of the first unit to “OFF”. 2. Press the SET UP button UP/INFORMATION>...
  • Page 56: Various Playback Functions

    Various playback functions Playing still frames 1. Press the PAUSE button during playback. • The unit switches to still frame playback. Press the button again to resume playback. • If a camera number (1 - 9) button is pressed during single screen still frame playback, the video of the camera number button pressed will be displayed by searching forward.
  • Page 57: Monitor Display Settings And Playback Operation

    2-2. Press the REV. PLAY (REVERSE PLAYBACK) button. • The playback interval is changed to a slower setting (15P, 10P, and so on) each time the button is pressed. Audio cannot be played back when changing the playback interval. Once the playback interval is changed, audio will not be played back even when returning the play- back interval to the original value.
  • Page 58: Various Search

    Various search This unit supports a variety of search functions which can be used to get the the beginning of the desired video. SEARCH SELECTION The search screen appears when the SEARCH button is pressed. If the the SEARCH button is pressed again, the <SEARCH SELECTION>...
  • Page 59: Index Search/Alarm Index Search

    INDEX SEARCH/ALARM INDEX SEARCH With this unit, index signals are automatically written to the HDD at the start of each recording. It is possible to search these signals and playback starting at such index points. There are 2 types of index searches : •...
  • Page 60: Alarm Skip Search

    Various search (continued) ALARM SKIP SEARCH It is possible to forward/reverse to locations where index signals of alarm recordings are recorded and play back approxi- mately 4 seconds of each video. <ALARM SKIP SEARCH> In the case of forward direction Present position SKIP COUNT Search...
  • Page 61: Alarm List Search

    ALARM LIST SEARCH This unit stores the start time of alarm recording and emergency recording in the alarm list when such recording begins. It is also possible to index search the desired time (or the closest time) from the list of alarm recording (emer- gency recording) start times stored in the alarm list.
  • Page 62: Making Copies

    Making copies It is possible to copy the part of the contents recorded on the HDD to a Compact Flash Card or restore the data in a Compact Flash Card to the HDD. In addition, it is possible to copy data to a videotape by connecting an analog video cassette recorder.
  • Page 63: Copying From Unit To Videotape

    Making copies (continued) Copying from unit to videotape Data can be copied to a VCR even when the DVR is recording. For VCR operations see the instruction of the VCR. ACCESS POWER SPLIT/ ZOOM SEQUENCE VIDEO OUT AUDIO OUT COMPACTFLASH To AUDIO OUT To VIDEO OUT terminal...
  • Page 64: Simple Lock

    6. Turn the JOG dial to move the reverse display to “CONFIRM” and turn the SHUTTLE ring clockwise. • The <PASSWORD LOCK SETTING> screen is cleared, the lock is unlocked and the LOCK indicator turns off. contact the Mitsubishi Service Center. <PASSWORD LOCK SETTING> SET PASSWORD FIRST...
  • Page 65: Covert Camera Setting

    To apply PASSWORD LOCK • • • 1. Press the LOCK button using a ballpoint pen, etc., with the POWER button set to ON. • The PASSWORD LOCK is applied and the LOCK indicator lights. To change the password • • • 1.
  • Page 66: Recording Time Table

    Recording time table Continuous recording time table HDD continuous recording time (for 120GB drive) Displays the estimated recordable time (when recording on a 120GB HDD). The following table shows estimated recordable time when operating with one camera and the recording interval is set at a constant PPS rate given at the top of the column. •...
  • Page 67: Compact Flash Card Continuous Recording Time

    Compact Flash Card continuous recording time (for 64MB drive) Displays the estimated recordable time (when recording on a 64MB Compact Flash Card). • Without Audio recording GRADE SUPER 1m30s 2m20s HIGH 2m10s 3m20s 1m40s 3m30s 5m20s BASIC 2m30s 5m10s 7m50s LONG 5m10s •...
  • Page 68: Pre-Alarm Recording Time Table

    Recording time table (continued) Pre-alarm recording time table The following table shows estimated recordable time when operating with one camera and the recording interval is set at a constant PPS rate given at the top of the column. • Without Audio recording, recording duration “LONG” GRADE SUPER 2.3s...
  • Page 69: Long

    • With Audio recording, recording duration “LONG” GRADE SUPER 2.2s 4.5s 6.9s HIGH 3.4s 6.7s 5.2s BASIC 7.7s LONG • With Audio recording, recording duration “MEDIUM” GRADE SUPER 1.5s 4.6s HIGH 2.3s 4.5s 6.8s 3.5s 6.9s BASIC 5.1s 9.9s LONG 8.5s •...
  • Page 70: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting If problems with the unit persist even after you’ve followed the suggestions below, please disconnect the power cord and contact the retailer from whom you purchased the unit. Description of problem The unit will not turn on. Power is on, but the unit will not operate.
  • Page 71 Description of problem • Is “MOTION DETECTION” selected in “SELECTION The unit will not perform the motion detection CAMERA NUMBER” in the <MOTION DETECTION SETTINGS> function. screen set to “ON” ? • Is the value in “MOTION THRESHOLD” of the <MOTION DETECTION SETTINGS>...
  • Page 72: Warnings And Call Out Output

    Warnings and CALL OUT output Warnings and their appropriate countermeasures #1 Options in the CALL OUT options column: • Selectable : CALL OUT output can be selected/de-selected on the menu. • Fixed : a CALL OUT signal is emitted without prior selection of this function using the menu. •...
  • Page 73: Glossary

    Glossary Glossary • I/O terminals Terms used for referring to both input and output. • RS-232C Connection standard used for handling data between de- vices such as a PC, modem, etc. A standard when con- necting a PC and modem. The upper limit for the commu- nication speed of this standard is 115.2kbps and the maxi- mum transfer distance is 15m.
  • Page 74: Specifications

    Specifications Rated Power Supply: Rated Input: Color System: Operating Temperature: Relative Humidity: Altitude: Dimensions: Weight: Recording System Sampling Data Compression Compression Unit Resolution Recording Device Video Input: Monitor Output: Throughout Output: Audio Input: Audio Output: Microphone Input: Timer Program: Memory Backup: CONNECTORS ALARM IN(1-9) Input: CLOCK ADJ Input:...
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  • Page 76 872C276A8 PRINTED IN MALAYSIA...