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  • Page 1: Operating Instructions

    PL AY MO Before attempting to connect or operate this product, please read these instructions carefully and save this manual for future use. Digital Disk Recorder Operating Instructions WJ-HD200 Model No. PL AY RE C RE C ST OP PU SH –...
  • Page 2 You should note the serial number of this unit in the space provided and retain this book as a permanent record of your purchase to aid identification in the event of theft. Model No. WJ-HD200 Serial No. For U.S.A...
  • Page 3: Important Safety Instructions

    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS 1) Read these instructions. 2) Keep these instructions. 3) Heed all warnings. 4) Follow all instructions. 5) Do not use this apparatus near water. 6) Clean only with dry cloth. 7) Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions. 8) Do not use near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    SETUP PROCEDURES ... 21 I Prior to Setup ... 21 I Initializing ... 24 I Main Menu (WJ-HD200 MAIN MENU) ... 25 I Timer Recording Setup (TIMER REC) ... 25 I Manual Recording Setup (REC SETUP) ... 28 I Externally Specified Recording Mode (EXT REC SETUP) ...
  • Page 5: Preface

    PREFACE The Digital Disk Recorder WJ-HD200 is designed for use within a surveillance system and is a combination of a hard disk recorder and an 8-input video multiplexer. It records nearly 8 000 hours of picture and audio data selectively in the extended mode on a field basis.
  • Page 6: Precautions

    PRECAUTIONS • Refer all work related to the installation of this product to qualified service personnel or system installers. • Prevent condensation from forming on the surface of the hard disk. Wait until the dew evaporates in any of the following cases. The recorder is moved to a place significantly differ- ent in temperature or humidity.
  • Page 7: Major Operating Controls And Their Functions

    RESET LOCK r u o !1 q Operate Indicator (OPERATE) Lights up when the power of the WJ-HD200 Digital Disk Recorder is turned on. w Alarm Indicator (ALARM) Blinks when an alarm condition exists. It changes to steady light when the activated alarm is reset after the auto-reset time has elapsed.
  • Page 8 Orange: The input is not displayed on the monitor, but is recorded on the hard disk. Blink Yellow: The input channel has an activated alarm and is in alarm recording mode. Blink Green: The input channel has an activated alarm but it is not recorded.
  • Page 9 While opening the time and date search window (TIME & DATE SEARCH): Pressing the JogDial moves the cursor to the next position in the window. Rotating the JogDial increases or decreases the parameter. After specifying the date and time, press the [PLAY] button to start playback.
  • Page 10: I Rear View

    Ethernet Hub. $0 Data Port (DATA) This port is used to communicate with external devices compatible with the PSD (Panasonic Security Data) pro- tocol based on RS485. $1 Cooling Fan Prevents the temperature of the recorder from rising. Do not block the ventilation openings.
  • Page 11: Installation

    INSTALLATION G Warning This installation should be made by qualified service personnel or system installers. G Notes Places to avoid • Direct exposure to sunlight or near a source of heat such as a radiator. • Very dirty and dusty places. Places subject to strong vibrations. •...
  • Page 12: I Mounting In The Rack

    6. Assemble the optional HDD unit onto the bracket using the absorbers, sleeves, and screws provided with the recorder. I Mounting in the Rack 1. Remove the four rubber feet by removing the five screws on the bottom of the unit. 2.
  • Page 13: Connections & Dip Sw Setting

    CONNECTIONS & DIP SW SETTING System Composition & Connections Three system compositions are introduced depending on the camera type and other peripherals connected. <Basic System> Ordinary system-cameras are connected in combination with the multiscreen and spot monitors, microphone, and speakers. Microphone System Cameras Amplifier...
  • Page 14: Ps Data System

    <PS Data System> • Cameras equipped with data multiplex function are connected in combination with the system controllers and multiplex unit compatible with PS Data. • Microphone System Cameras Amplifier AUDIO Speakers via Amplifier Combination Cameras Pan/Tilt Table Receiver POWER ALARM Data Multiplex Unit WJ-MP204 SPOT...
  • Page 15: Network System

    <Network System> Personal computers can access the WJ-HD200 via the network. Pan/Tilt Table Receiver System Cameras AUDIO PC (Internet Browser) Combination Cameras Data Multiplex Unit POWER ALARM ALARM SUSPEND Data Multiplex Unit WJ-MP204 SPOT ALARM/REMOTE MULTI VIDEO RS-232C MODE SCREEN OUT...
  • Page 16: I Connection With The Camera Site

    A 25-pin connector is used to accept and supply control signals. Data Multiplex ALARM ALARM SUSPEND Unit SPOT DATA MULTI RS-23 SCREEN OUT Disk Recorder WJ-HD200 SPOT MULTI SCREEN OUT POWER POWER Spot Monitor Multiscreen Monitor ALARM/REMOTE Designation Designation Alarm Reset In Time Adjust Out...
  • Page 17: Alarm Connection

    Notes: • Input rating: Low-active, non-voltage normally open (N.O.) contact • Output rating for pin #4 Alarm Recovery Out • Output rating for pin #7 Alarm Out 2 • Output rating for pin #6 Alarm Out 1: Low-active, maximum load capacity of +12 V 100 mA •...
  • Page 18: I Serial Port Connections

    RS-485 Cable System Controller SPOT ALARM/REMOTE MULTI AUDIO VIDEO RS-232C MODE 10/100BASE-T DATA SCREEN OUT Disk Recorder WJ-HD200 Frame Shield WJ-HD200 2 (RXD) 3 (TXD) 4 (ER) 5 (GND) 6 (DR) 7 (RTS) 8 (CTS) RS-485 Cable POWER SIGNAL GND...
  • Page 19 Disk Recorder AUDIO VIDEO DIP Switch (#5 : ON, #6 : OFF) 1 2 3 4 5 6 MODE G 10/100BASE-T Port Connection The PC controls the WJ-HD200 via Ethernet. 10/100BASE-T Cable AUDIO VIDEO Digital Disk Recorder RS-485 Cable SPOT ALARM/REMOTE...
  • Page 20: Dip Switch Setting

    DIP Switch Setting The 6-bit DIP switch is used as follows. System Mode Setup Termination 1 Termination 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 MODE #1 through #4: System mode setup #4 and #5: DATA port termination I System Mode Switch Position 1 2 3 4 5 6 MODE...
  • Page 21: Setup Procedures

    PUSH– PAUSE STOP PLAY REC STOP SETUP /ESC FULL ALARM TIME&DATE SERCH SEARCH ALARM ERROR RECALL Digital Disk Recorder WJ-HD200 PLAY MODE SELECT STOP PLAY REC STOP SETUP /ESC FULL ALARM TIME&DATE SERCH SEARCH ERROR PLAY MODE SELECT POWER...
  • Page 22 G Displaying WJ-HD200 (MAIN MENU) 1. Confirm that the camera and peripherals are connected correctly and securely. 2. Turn on the power switches of all system components. 3. Hold down the [STOP] button for 2 seconds. The WJ- HD200 MAIN MENU appears.
  • Page 23: Menu Tree

    G Menu Tree The figure shows the hierarchy of menu windows. WJ-HD200 TIMER MAIN MENU TIMER TIMER SETUP EXT REC SETUP DISPLAY SETUP SYSTEM SETUP ALARM SETUP COMMUNI- CATION SETUP NETWORK SETUP SWITCHER SETUP SYSTEM INFORMATION TIMER PROG1 SETUP (Time Zone)
  • Page 24: I Initializing

    I Initializing You can initialize all disk contents including image data and/or setup data. G Initializing All Contents & Setup Data Warning! The following are irrevocable procedures. We strongly recommend that you copy important pic- tures from the hard disk. 1 2 3 4 5 6 MODE 1.
  • Page 25: I Main Menu (Wj-Hd200 Main Menu)

    I Main Menu (WJ-HD200 MAIN MENU) The main menu is located at the top of the menu tree from where every menu window starts. WJ-HD200 MAIN MENU TIMER OFFO REC SETUPO EXT REC SETUPO DISPLAY SETUPO SYSTEM SETUPO ALARM SETUPO...
  • Page 26 G Recording Mode Setup (PROG1-4 SETUP, NO. 1-4) Parameters for internal timer recording are assigned to each event (NO. 1-4) of the program (PROG 1-4) in this menu. There are five recording modes available: super fine (SF), fine (FQ), normal (NQ), long-time (EX) and optional (SP).
  • Page 27: Action Setup

    G Post-alarm Recording (POST ALM REC) This setting specifies the duration of alarm recording after an alarm input. Functions active during alarm recording are buzzer beeping, ALARM LED indication, "ALARM" status display, and the ALARM OUT signal. 1. Move the cursor to POST ALARM REC with the [D] or [C] button.
  • Page 28: I Manual Recording Setup (Rec Setup)

    I Manual Recording Setup (REC SETUP) The WJ-HD200 will record image and audio data either with or without timer restrictions. Manual recording is available when OFF is selected for TIMER in WJ-HD200 MAIN MENU; the timer schedule does not apply. Alarm recording will also be carried out with parameters specified in this menu.
  • Page 29 2. Press the JogDial (SET) to validate the selection. 3. Press the [D] or [C] button to select the next item, or press the [SETUP/ESC] button to quit the display setup. G Time & Date Display (TIME&DATE DISP.) 1. Select ON or OFF with the JogDial. The default is ON.
  • Page 30 G Disk Capacity Warning (HDD FULL) The recorder monitors the disk capacity to warn the opera- tor that the available capacity is nearing its end when STOP is selected for DISK END MODE. There are two warning levels. First, the FULL indicator on the front panel blinks when the remaining capacity has reached the preset value.
  • Page 31: I System Setup (System Setup)

    3. Select either ON or OFF with the JogDial. The default is ON for all cameras. ON: Enables camera title display, title registration, and position selection. OFF: Disables the camera title functions. 4. Press the JogDial (SET) to validate the selection. When ON is selected, go to the following steps.
  • Page 32 2. Select either ON or OFF with the JogDial, and press the JogDial. The default is OFF. ON: The buttons are password protected. The recorder enters the button lock mode if neither a button nor the JogDial is operated within a period of five min- utes.
  • Page 33 • Simultaneous playback will pause prior to a time space depending on the recording rate when the playback area on the disk nears the recording area. This is to avoid the access collision caused by the simultaneous recording and playback in an area on the disk.
  • Page 34 G Time Adjust Setup (TIME ADJUSTING) IN and OUT terminals for a calibration signal are provided on the rear panel. The master unit supplies the calibration signal to the slave units once at the specified hour every- day. The slave unit accepts the signal through the IN termi- nal, and corrects its internal timer to the hour as far as the clock deviates within 15 minutes after or before the hour.
  • Page 35: I Alarm Setup (Alarm Setup)

    I Alarm Setup (ALARM SETUP) The digital disk recorder accepts alarm signals supplied from connected devices such as sensors or camera site equipment. The recorder itself also generates an alarm sig- nal when the preset motion detection is activated. Any alarm signal starts recording with the preset recording mode, field rate, and picture quality specified in the REC MODE menu described earlier.
  • Page 36: I Communication Setup (Communication Setup)

    CAM1 Notes: • VMD should be used when the input to the unit is from an ordinary camera. Select [OFF] to avoid use- less VMD when a video multiplexer or combination camera supplies the input to the unit. • Set ALARM SUSPEND to ON when you do not want VMD to be activated during the VMD setup.
  • Page 37 The default value is 1. Assignable address: From 1 to 99, must be unique in the chain. Note: Assign an address except 1 to WJ-HD200 when using a system controller in the system. G System Unit Address (SYS-UNIT ADDRESS) (exclusive to PS When the recorder performs as a system unit, the unit address can be set from the setup menu on the monitor.
  • Page 38: I Network Setup (Network Setup)

    G Camera Number Setup (CAM NO. SETUP) (exclusive to PS Camera numbers will be used in a PS you select a camera to control it from a system controller. 1. Move the cursor to CAM NO. SETUPO with the [D] or [C] button, and press the JogDial.
  • Page 39: I Switcher Setup (Switcher Setup)

    G IP Address (IP ADDR) The default is "192.168.000.010". G Netmask (NETMASK) The default is "255.255.255.000". G Gateway (GATEWAY) The default is "192.168.000.001". I Switcher Setup (SWITCHER SETUP) SWITCHER SETUP START DISPLAY QUAD-4A MULTI SEL MODE ALL SEQUENCE SETUPO CAMERA VIEW SETUPO Video switcher functions are programmed in this menu setup.
  • Page 40 4. Repeat steps 1, 2, and 3 until all steps are pro- grammed, or press the [SETUP/ESC] button to return to the SEQUENCE SETUP menu. 5. Move the cursor to SEQUENCE TIMING in the SEQ SETUP menu. Select INT or EXT with the JogDial, and press the JogDial.
  • Page 41: I System Information (System Information)

    I System Information (SYSTEM INFORMATION) SYSTEM INFORMATION HDD1 HOUR METER 10000H HDD2 HOUR METER 10000H HDD CAPACITY 228.99G DEFAULT→ SET→ SYSTEM VERSION X.XX SYSTEM LOGO G HDD Hour Meter (HDD HOUR METER) The meter shows how many hours each hard disk has been operated in playback, recording and idle.
  • Page 42: Operating Procedures

    OPERATING PROCEDURES Controlling Video Inputs & Monitors Operations on the front panel can control video inputs on the spot monitor or multiscreen monitor. I On the Spot Monitor G Selecting the Spot Monitor 1. Press the [SPOT/MULTI] button to turn the LED in the button on.
  • Page 43 3. Rotate the JogDial to move the zoomed area to the right and left, or press the [D] or [C] button to move the area up or down. 4. Press the JogDial repeatedly to select an appropriate enlargement ratio. Pressing the JogDial : Increases the ratio (x2 → x4) 5.
  • Page 44: Alarm Control Function

    • During the sequence, the LEDs of the [CAMERA SELECT] buttons light up corresponding to the selected cameras that send images to the monitor. Multiscreen monitor MULTISCREEN SELECT Spot monitor 4. During the sequence, press the [SEQUENCE] button to pause. The LED in the [SEQUENCE] button blinks. 5.
  • Page 45: I Resetting Alarm

    G Monitor Display There are two monitoring modes, alarm associated (SPOT) mode and alarm ignore (OFF) mode, depending on the selection for MONITOR MODE in the ALARM SETUP menu. Typical cases are described below for each setup. Alarm Associated Mode •...
  • Page 46: I Suspending Alarm Input

    G External Reset The activated alarm event except video motion detection, is reset when the recorder receives an external reset signal from the connected device via the REMOTE/ALARM con- nector on the rear panel. The ALARM indicator changes from blinking to a steady light.
  • Page 47: Recording

    • The recording rate will degrade to 15 FPS while display- ing a quad split screen. I Internal Timer Recording When INT is set for TIMER in the WJ-HD200 MAIN menu, the presets made in the internal timer will take effect. Internal timer recording begins when the preset start time comes and continues until the preset end time comes.
  • Page 48: I Manual Recording

    I Manual Recording Manual recording is available when OFF is set for TIMER in the WJ-HD200 MAIN menu. The menu setup can exempt specific inputs from manual recording for the purpose of preserving disk capacity. The recording mode (SF-48, for...
  • Page 49: Playback

    Playback In playback modes, the recorded image data are played back. Notes: • Alarm recording will interrupt playback if SIMUL REC&PLAY is set to OFF, or will allow playback to con- tinue if set to ON. • Operation of the [PLAY] button will be ignored if the disk is empty, for instance, when the recorder is used for the very first time or right after formatting of the disk.
  • Page 50: I Time & Date Search Playback

    4. Press the [PLAY] button to play back the searched record. 5. Press the [STOP] button to stop playback. Note: "Alarm Search Playback" and "Alarm Log Recall" are similar, but different in operations. Refer to I Alarm Log Recall & Search on page 46. I Time &...
  • Page 51: Lock/Unlock Buttons

    Lock/Unlock Buttons I Password Verification When a locked button is pressed, the key locked warning appears on the monitor for 2 seconds, then it changes to the password prompt. / ----- PASSWORD 1. Enter your five-digit password using the [CAM SELECT] buttons (1-8).
  • Page 53: Wj-Hd200 Network Operation

    WJ-HD200 NETWORK OPERATION...
  • Page 54: Preparations

    PREPARATIONS I System Requirements Your personal computer must meet the following minimum requirements. One of the following operating systems: Windows98 Second Edition Windows2000 Windows Millennium Edition WindowsXP Professional or Home Edition Browser: One of the following browser software: Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5SP2, 6.0 Note: The Netscape browsers are not applicable.
  • Page 55: I Connection

    /ESC MULTISCREEN FULL ALARM TIME&DATE RESET LOCK SEQUENCE SELECT SERCH SEARCH ALARM ERROR RECALL ZOOM Digital Disk Recorder WJ-HD200 PLAY MODE SELECT Digital Disk Recorder PUSH– PAUSE SPOT CAMERA SELECT ALARM TIMER MULTI STOP PLAY REC STOP SETUP SUSPEND REMOTE...
  • Page 56: I Main Page And Control Panel

    I Main Page and Control Panel Start your PC WWW browser. Type http://192.168.0.10/ (or the IP Address set for WJ-HD200) / in the URL (Uniform Resource Locators) space. The browser displays the MAIN CONTROL PANEL of the WJ-HD200 homepage as shown in the figure.
  • Page 57: Wj-Hd200 Setup

    WJ-HD200 SETUP I To Access Setup Menus There are fourteen setup menus to adapt the WJ-HD200 to your requirements. 1. On the Main Control Panel, click the [SETUP MENU] button. The setup menu opens. 2. Click the buttons to open the respective windows.
  • Page 58 G Program Assignment (TIMER REC) When internal timer (INT) is selected, programs can be assigned on a weekly and/or daily basis. Assignable programs: PROG1 – PROG4, OFF G Programming (PROGRAM SETUP) There are four programs, each containing four events hav- ing a start and end time, and a recording mode.
  • Page 59: I Trigger Action Setup (Trigger Action Setup)

    The status display will indicate "*→ PLAY" while playing back the images recorded with a rate different from the preset. • The suffix "xxx" following "SP-" is specified in REC MODE TABLE in the ADDENDUM attached to the man- ual. 1.
  • Page 60: I Manual Recording Setup (Rec Setup)

    REC: Records the camera channel regardless of alarm or non-alarm status. I Manual Recording Setup (REC SETUP) Manual recording will take effect when OFF (not INT or EXT) is selected in the Timer Mode Selection TIME REC window. The parameters for alarm recording will be applied except for the scheduled time zone if INT is selected.
  • Page 61: I Camera Title (Camera Title)

    Click the [SET] button when all items have been set proper- I System Setup (SYSTEM SETUP) 8 Password Lock (PASSWORD LOCK) Buttons on the front panel of the WJ-HD200 will be password-protected or freed. ON: Enables password-protection. OFF: Disables password-protection.
  • Page 62 FTP GET: Places priority on access to the FTP. NONE: The latest operation has priority over others. 8 Time Adjusting (TIME ADJUSTING) The internal timer built into the WJ-HD200 is calibrated once a day via the Time Adjust In and Out terminals on the rear panel.
  • Page 63: I Alarm Setup (Alarm Setup)

    I Alarm Setup (ALARM SETUP) 8 Alarm Buzzer (ALARM BUZZER) ON: Buzzer beeps while alarm is active. OFF: Buzzer does not beep. 8 Video Loss Detection (VIDEO LOSS DETECT) OFF: Deactivates the video loss detection. ON: Activates the detection. 8 Monitoring Mode (MONITOR MODE) SPOT: Switches to the picture of the channel where alarm has operated.
  • Page 64: I Communication Setup (Communication Setup)

    I Communication Setup (COMMUNICATION SETUP) Click the [SERIAL PORT SETUP] or [NETWORK SETUP] button. The respective window opens. I Serial Port Setup (SERIAL PORT SETUP) 8 Protocol Selection (PROTOCOL SELECT) DATA: Select when the communication chain uses • the PS DATA protocol.
  • Page 65: I Camera Number Setup (Camera Number Setup) (Only For Ps Data)

    I Camera Number Setup (CAMERA NUMBER SETUP) (only for PS DATA) • Assignable numbers: From 1 to 128, must be unique in the chain. Click the [SET] button when all items have been set proper- I Network Setup (NETWORK SETUP) 8 Line Speed (LINE SPEED) AUTO: The speed is automatically selected.
  • Page 66: I Switcher Setup (Switcher Setup)

    SNMP System Location (SNMP SYSTEM LOCATION) Enter from the keyboard. Click the [SET] button when all items have been set proper- The WJ-HD200 will restart, and you will be requested to enter the URL as described earlier in Main Page and Control Panel.
  • Page 67: I Spot Sequence Setup (Spot Sequence Setup)

    8 Camera Channel (CAMERA CH) 1 - 8: The selected camera image will be displayed in single spot mode. QUAD 4A: Camera images 1 through 4 will be dis- played in quad-split mode. QUAD 4B: Camera images 5 through 8 will be dis- played in quad-split mode.
  • Page 68: I System Log (System Log)

    8 System Software Version (SYSTEM VERSION) This line displays the version number of the installed system software. 8 MAC Address (MAC ADDRESS) A MAC (Media Access Control) address is displayed. 8 IP Address (IP ADDRESS) The IP address is displayed. 8 Subnet Mask (SUBNET MASK) The subnet mask is displayed.
  • Page 69: Network Configuration

    NETWORK CONFIGURATION I User Setup (USER SETUP) A maximum of 16 users can be registered. 8 User Authorization (USER AUTHORIZATION) OFF: Allows free access. ON: Verifies the password and access level for a maxi- mum of sixteen users. Click the [SET] button. 8 User Name (USER NAME) Enter from the keyboard.
  • Page 70: I Ftp Client Setup (Ftp Client Setup)

    I FTP Client Setup (FTP CLIENT SETUP) 8 Basic Setup (BASIC SETUP) Server Address (SERVER ADDRESS) Enter the server address. Login User Name (LOGIN USER NAME) Enter the user name. Login Password (LOGIN PASSWORD) Enter the password. Mode (MODE) Available modes: SEQUENTIAL, PASSIVE Click the [SET] button.
  • Page 71: I Mail Setup (Mail Setup)

    I Mail Setup (MAIL SETUP) 8 Alarm Mail Setup (ALARM MAIL SETUP) Sending Mail (SEND MAIL) OFF: Does not send. ON: Sends an e-mail to a maximum of four recipi- ents when an alarm operates. Attaching Alarm Image (ATTACH ALARM IMAGE) OFF: Does not attach.
  • Page 72: Operating Wj-Hd200

    !4 To the Oldest Frame Button (TO OLDEST) Jumps the recorded image to the oldest frame of the record. !5 Rewind Button (REW) Rewinds the recorded image on the WJ-HD200 to the start position. !6 Play Button (PLAY) Plays back the recorded image.
  • Page 73: I Main Control Panel

    !7 Fast Forward Button (FF) Fast-forwards the recorded image on the WJ-HD200 to the end position. !8 To the Latest Frame Button (TO LATEST) Jumps the recorded image to the latest frame of the record. !9 Previous Frame Button (PREV FRAME) Returns the frame one step to the previous.
  • Page 74 8 Time & Date Search Button (TIME&DATE SEARCH) Clicking the button will display the time and date search dialog. 1. Specify the date, time, and channel. 2. Click the [SEARCH] button. The image will be searched, and displayed in the image area.
  • Page 75: I Alarm List

    NEXT button opens the next page. Alarm List Search button opens the search dialog. Event types are abbreviated as follows in the list. TERM: The alarm terminal on the rear of the WJ-HD200 is activated. VMD: The built-in Video Motion Detector operates.
  • Page 76: Troubleshooting

    QUAD ONLY may be set for MULTI SELECT MODE. The WJ-HD200 does not record non- interlace video. Front panel buttons on the recorder are being operated, or more than four PCs access the recorder.
  • Page 77: Specifications & Appendix

    SPECIFICATIONS & APPENDIX...
  • Page 78: Specifications

    SPECIFICATIONS General Power Source Required: Power Consumption: Ambient Operating Temperature: Ambient Operating Humidity: Dimensions: Weight: Input Video Input: Audio Input: Image Process Compression System: Pixel Rate: Refresh Rate: Output Video Output: Video Output Front Panel: Audio Output: Audio Output Front Panel: Spot Monitor Output: Multiscreen Monitor Output: Control Port...
  • Page 79: Standard Accessories

    STANDARD ACCESSORIES Rack Mounting Bracket ... 2 pcs. Screw for Rack Mounting Bracket (M3x10) ... 6 pcs. Absorber ... 4 pcs. Sleeve ... 4 pcs. Hard Disk Fixing Screw ... 4 pcs.
  • Page 80: Appendix

    APPENDIX I Remote Control from System Controller A system controller having PS • and of the system controller WV-CU360. Make certain that the protocol selection for the WJ-HD200 is set to PS Item Setup menu display on/off Setup item selection...
  • Page 81 Item WJ-HD200 Daylight saving Timer REC mode Statusd display on/off Button lock off Enter your password. Button lock on Time and date search Multiscreen pattern selection Multiscreen monitor Spot monitor Camera selection WV-CU360 SHIFT PUSH– PAUSE SHIFT SHIFT SHIFT LOCK SHIFT TIME&DATE...
  • Page 82: I Rs-232C Communication Protocol

    I RS-232C Communication Protocol The following pages detail the elements for communication between the Digital Disk Recorder and the personal computer. Be sure to select RS-232C for PROTOCOL in the COMMUNICATION SETUP window. For BAUD RATE, DATA BIT and PARITY set- tings, refer to COMMUNICATION SETUP.
  • Page 83: Basic Operation

    G Command Table Basic Operation Item Transmission Command (ASCII) Fast Forward to the end OFF Pause Play Recording Rewind to the top Skip&Play Forward OSF:n Stop OSP:n Skip&Play Rewind OSR:n Forward a field Rewind a field Camera Selection OCS:ccccc Monitor Selection OMS:mmmm Button Lock MKL:n...
  • Page 84: Miscellaneous Control

    Setup Control Item Transmission Command (ASCII) Cursor Moves DCR:n1n2 Key Lock MKL:n Recording Event MRM:n Setup Summer Time Setup MST:n Setup MSU:n Date&Time Setup TSU:yyyymmddhhnn Miscellaneous Control Item Transmission Command (ASCII) OSD Show/Hide DIN:n Communication Check RCK Time&Date Search ZTS:yyyymmddhhnnss Data Log Control Item Transmission Command (ASCII)
  • Page 85 Alarm Info Inquiry QLD:n Status Inquiry Software Version Inquiry Response (ASCII) Parameter (ASCII) QHR:nnn nnn=000-100 Decimal % QID:WJ-HD200 QKM:n n=0 Lock OFF n=1 Lock ON QLD:n (Alarm Information) In Transmission command: n=0 Event report n=1 Date&time report In Response command:...
  • Page 86: I Hdd Maintenance

    I HDD Maintenance G When to Maintain HDD HDD maintenance is required in the following cases. • When FULL indicator lights up • When ERROR indicator lights up • When an optional hard disk is added • When you wish to format the HDD or to remove link •...
  • Page 87 DISK END MODE, provided that the disk space nears the end. To reset it, do the following. 8 DISK END Setup 1. Hold down the [STOP] button for 2 seconds to open the MAIN MENU. WJ-HD200 MAIN MENU TIMER OFFO REC SETUPO EXT REC SETUPO DISPLAY SETUPO...
  • Page 88: Disk Menu

    SET→ Note WR1 or WR2 appears in SYSTEM LOG when indicating a writing error. All existing HDD have been previously used in another WJ-HD200. HDD is removed without executing REMOVE LINK command. REMOVE LINK command has been previously carried out.
  • Page 89 8 Removing Logical Link (REMOVE LINK) This command logically disconnects the faulty HDD from the recorder and is applicable to an HDD of *, ERR, or LOST status. You may use this command before physically removing the faulty HDD, or when you continue to operate the system after logically removing the faulty HDD.
  • Page 90 5. Select YES or NO rotating the JogDial, and press the JogDial. YES: Carries out formatting. Wait until the process ends. When YES is selected, the display will turn to NOW FORMATTING. It will change to HDD FORMAT → SET DONE when formatting is completed.
  • Page 91: I Http Download And Viewing Images

    I HTTP Download and Viewing Images When accessing the WJ-HD200 from the browser, and the [DOWNLOAD] button is clicked in playback, the image data and viewer software are downloaded as an "exe" file to your PC. 1. Move the file to an appropriate folder.
  • Page 92: I Mail Contents

    REMAINS HDD CAPACITY **% HDD IS FULL "DiskType" IS LOGICALLY REMOVED VIDEO LOSS nCH NO "Type" RECORD DUE TO FULL DISK UNDEFINED ERROR WJ-HD200 (Sender IP Address) STATUS REPORT DATE: Jan31.03 00:00:00 PORT: WJ-HD200 (Sender IP Address) STATUS REPORT DATE: Jan31.03 00:00:00...
  • Page 93: I Network Security

    I Network Security G WJ-HD200 Security Function Host/User Authentication Access can be limited by setting the authentication function to ON in the menu setup. Note: Be sure to change the password from the default setting "admin" to your own. Changing the HTTP Port Number Changing the port number will limit unauthorized accesses such as port scanning.
  • Page 94 Unit of Matsushita Electric Corporation of America Security Systems Group www.panasonic.com/cctv Executive Office: One Panasonic Way 3E-7, Secaucus, New Jersey 07094 Zone Office Eastern: One Panasonic Way, Secaucus, NJ 07094 (201) 348-7303 Central: 1707 N.Randal Road, Elgin, IL 60123 (847) 468-5205 Western: 6550 Katella Ave., Cypress, CA 90630 (714) 373-7840...