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DIGITAL RECORDER
INSTALLERʼS MANUAL
MODEL
DX-TL4509E
DX-TL4509E(Z)
THIS INSTRUCTION MANUAL IS IMPORTANT TO YOU. PLEASE READ IT BEFORE USING YOUR DIGITAL RECORDER.
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    DIGITAL RECORDER INSTALLERʼS MANUAL MODEL DX-TL4509E DX-TL4509E(Z) THIS INSTRUCTION MANUAL IS IMPORTANT TO YOU. PLEASE READ IT BEFORE USING YOUR DIGITAL RECORDER.

  • Page 2: Caution And Care

    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 through the disc loading slot or ventilation holes not only creates a safety hazard but can also cause extensive damage.

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    Note: This symbol mark is for EU countries only. This symbol mark is according to the directive 2002/96/EC Article 10 Information for users and Annex IV. Your MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC product is designed and manufactured with high quality materials and components which can be recycled and reused.

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    Caution and care (continued) DISCLAIMER In any event, Mitsubishi assumes no responsibility or reliability for the following: 1. Disassembly, repair, or alteration of this unit by user or installer. 2. Failure or breakdown in or damage to this unit resulting from misuse or careless handling by user or installer.

  • Page 5: Note

    Note Thank you for purchasing Mitsubishi digital recorder DX-TL4509E/DX-TL4509E(Z) (hereinafter referred to as “ Product ” ). Before using this Product, please be sure to read the Software License Agreement on page 7 of the user's manual with regard to the software contained in this Product (hereinafter referred to as “ Licensed Software ” ). By using this Product, you are agreeing to be bound by the terms and conditions of the following Software License Agreement.

  • Page 6: Features

    Copy User can make a copy of recorded picture data by using built in CD/DVD Drive on the DX-TL4509E/DX-TL4509E(Z). Or, also you can copy the data to other digital media such as HDD and USB Memory through Serial Bus Interface.

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    Microsoft is either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. All other company and product names appearing herein are the property of their respective owners. Beginning...

  • Page 8: Table Of Contents

    Contents Caution and care ............2 Setup Menu Note .................. 5 Recording ..............49 Features ................6 Settings concerning normal recording and Contents ................8 alarm recording ............. 49 Pre-alarm recording ..........49 Flowchart ............... 10 Set Recording Pattern A (Normal/Timer) to D (Timer) .. 49 Flowchart for connection and settings ......

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    Communications by Web Browser ......95 System Menu Communications by Web Browser ........ 95 COM/LAN ............... 70 The personal computer product requirements ..95 RS-232C Setting ............70 Connections ............95 RS-485 Setting ............. 70 Login ................95 LAN (Communication) Setting ........71 Main Menu ..............

  • Page 10: Flowchart

    Flowchart Flowchart for connection and settings This is a fl owchart of connection and settings for making an alarm recording with timer recording and then search, playback, and copy the recorded data. Connections Connections • Connections for camera, monitor, and sensor. •...

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    Setting other various functions The search is completed and the search result is • Setting the camera title/recorder title. displayed See “ Camera Title” and “ Recorder Title” on pages 67, 68. • Setting the display mode. See “ On Screen Information” on page 67. Playback the search result •...

  • Page 12: Major Operations And Their Functions

    Major operations and their functions Front view 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 1. POWER indicator 9. PRE ALARM indicator Illuminates when the unit is ON (MAIN switch on the Illuminates during pre-alarm recording. rear is ON and the POWER button in the front has been It also illuminates when pre-alarm recording has been pressed.) Turns off when the unit is in stand by mode set.

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    15. PTZ (Pan, tilt, and zoom) button 21. Camera number buttons (1 to 9) Switches this unit to PTZ mode to control the PTZ cam- Displays the picture supplied from the camera connect- era connected. ed. The number of the button corresponds to that of the CAMERA IN connector on the rear panel.

  • Page 14: Front View (inside Of The Door)

    Major operations and their functions (continued) Front view (inside of the door) 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 22. POWER button 29. LOCK button Turns on the unit (MAIN switch on the rear of this unit Activates simple lock or password lock when pressing must be ON).

  • Page 15: Loading/ejecting A Dvd Or Cd

    33. Operation buttons Loading/Ejecting a DVD or CD Before using a disc, read the cautionary notes described STOP button Stops playback. in the manual included with the disc. PAUSE/JUMP TO END button 1. Press the OPEN/CLOSE button. step Switches the playback to still frame playback when •...

  • Page 16: Rear View

    Major operations and their functions (continued) Rear view 10 11 12 13 14 15 1. MAIN switch 5. Keyhole for anti-theft lock This is the main power switch. To use this unit, set this Used to connect a commercially available anti-theft ca- switch to ON.

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    CALL OUT + terminal/CALL OUT – terminal This is an isolation output terminal. Information to be ex- ternally output consists of the selectable items which are output depending on the CALL OUT settings made in the <Call Out Settings> ( page 59) and the fi...

  • Page 18: Connections

    Connections Connecting to CCTV camera, monitor, and sensor Dome camera Monitor Clamp the power cord using the supplied cable clamping band in order to prevent the To VIDEO IN or accidental removal of the cable. S(Y/C) IN connector See page 20.) To OUTPUT A VIDEO or One of either codes Camera #1...

  • Page 19: Alarm Recording Connection

    Alarm recording connection The diagram below shows an example connection for setting alarm signal to sensor number 1. Alarm switch EMERGENCY/ALARM IN/REC/CLOCK ADJ input terminals [Input Circuit] [Input condition] ground of 200 ms or more 0.047µF [Input interval] 1 second or more 10kΩ...

  • Page 20: Clamping The Cables

    Connections (continued) Clamping the cables 3. Pull the edge of the cable clamping band until it step 1. Put the supplied cable clamping band into the step stops. clamper hole on the rear panel. • There are 2 clamper holes on the unit, for power cable and USB cable.

  • Page 21: Optional Items

    Optional items DX-ZD5UE(Z) HDD extension unit (serial bus connection type) The various external HDDs can be connected to this unit in order to expand the memory or to use as the copy device. However, during recording or playing back a picture at high rate, some pictures may be missed due to the slow rate of data transfer or the slow speed of response from the external device connected.

  • Page 22: How To Set The Menus

    How to set the menus Setting the menus The operations of this unit can be set via a menu displayed on OUTPUT A monitor. You can select and set the menu by using the buttons on the front panel or using a USB mouse connected to the unit. When using the front panel buttons, the numbers 1-16 (number buttons) and letters A to E (A to E buttons) represent the GUI button of the menu screen.

  • Page 23: Displaying A Menu Screen

    Displaying a menu screen 1. Press the SET UP button or click the left button on step the mouse to display a menu. • The <User Menu> appears. • To open other menu, press the D button or left- click on “Next .”...

  • Page 24: Inputting Numbers

    How to set the menus (continued) Inputting numbers Number input area Using the front buttons of the unit: 1. Press the number buttons (0 to 9) to input and use step that number. Time Date Setting 241 000 000 • The number displayed in red can be changed.

  • Page 25: Symbols In The Menus

    Symbols in the menus Up button Menu address Motion Search (Main - Normal) 116 000 000 Help button Camera Select Down button Search Start Position Oldest Left button 0 1 - 0 1 Right button Setup date search starts from. Motion Detection Settings Next >...

  • Page 26: Setup Wizard

    Setup Wizard Setup Wizard 1. After connecting the cameras and the monitors, turn step on the MAIN switch on the rear panel and wait until The setup wizard is displayed when the unit is turned on for the ACCESS indicator is turned off, then press the the fi...

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    . (When selecting “Partition”) step Set the desired partition capacity. Normal Recording Area: The area for normal recording. Alarm Recording Area: The area for alarm recording. Long Pre-Alarm Area: The area for long pre- alarm recording. • Set the partition capacity for each area in 5 % unit.

  • Page 28: Menu Chart

    Menu chart Menu chart You can set the basic settings for this unit in the menu settings. Some of the menu settings cannot be changed during playback, recording, or stand-by mode for pre-alarm recording. User Menu User Menu (100 000 000) Menu Menu Address Functions...

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    User Menu (100 000 000) Menu Menu Address Functions Pages 1 Main Storage Memory Information 131 000 000 Shows the recorded range of each area in the main device. 2 Copy 1 Drive Information 132 000 000 Shows the recorded range of each group in copy 1 device. 3 Copy 2 Drive Information 133 000 000 Shows the recorded range of each group in copy 2 device.

  • Page 30: Setup Menu

    Menu chart (continued) Setup Menu Setup Menu (200 000 000) Menu Menu Address Functions Pages 49-51,110,111 1 Set Recording Pattern A (Normal/Timer) 211 000 000 Specifies the recording setting for recording pattern A. 1 Camera Check 211 100 000 Selects the camera number to be recorded. 49-51 2 Auto + D Set >...

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    Setup Menu (200 000 000) Menu Menu Address Functions Pages 2 Set Recording Pattern B (Timer) 212 000 000 Specifies the recording setting for recording pattern B. 49-51,112,113 49-51 1 Camera Check 212 100 000 Selects the camera number to be recorded. 2 Auto + D Set >...

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    Menu chart (continued) Setup Menu (continued) Setup Menu (200 000 000) Menu Menu Address Functions Pages 49-51,114,115 3 Set Recording Pattern C (Timer) 213 000 000 Specifies the recording setting for recording pattern C. 1 Camera Check 213 100 000 Selects the camera number to be recorded.

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    Setup Menu (200 000 000) Menu Menu Address Functions Pages 4 Set Recording Pattern D (Timer) 214 000 000 Specifies the recording setting for recording pattern D. 49-51,116,117 49-51 1 Camera Check 214 100 000 Selects the camera number to be recorded. 2 Auto + D Set >...

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    Menu chart (continued) Setup Menu (continued) Setup Menu (200 000 000) Menu Menu Address Functions Pages 54,55 1 Program Selection and Program Overview 221 000 000 Specifies the program number of timer setting. 2 Overview > 221 200 000 Shows the overview of Program 1. 54,55 3 Overview >...

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    Setup Menu (200 000 000) Menu Menu Address Functions Pages 5 Multiplexer Setting 245 000 000 Specifies the multiplex display settings for Output A and 64-66,120,121 Output B. 64,120 1 Settings > 245 100 000 Specifies the output A display settings and switching time of the output A sequence settings.

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    Menu chart (continued) Setup Menu (continued) Setup Menu (200 000 000) Menu Menu Address Functions Pages 67,68,122 6 On Screen Display Setting 246 000 000 Specifies the on screen display information settings. 1 Settings > 246 100 000 Specifies the display location of clock, operational 67,122 condition, and camera number.

  • Page 37: System Menu

    System Menu System Menu (300 000 000) Menu Menu Address Functions Pages 70,123 1 RS-232C Setting 311 000 000 Specifies RS-232C port settings. 2 RS-485 Setting 312 000 000 Specifies RS-485 communication settings. 70,123 3 LAN (Communication) Setting 313 000 000 Specifies the communication setting between this unit and 71,123 the personal computer.

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    Menu chart (continued) System Menu (continued) System Menu (300 000 000) Menu Menu Address Functions Pages Proceeds to User Menu. 1 Restore Data to Main HDD from Drive1/2 341 000 000 Restores the data from the copy device. 1 Start/End + 2 Set > 341 2SE 000 Specifies the start and end points to be restored.

  • Page 39: User Menu

    Search User Menu Find data storage location Selecting the search function The various search functions of this unit can be used to go This item is used to display the list of the devices used for re- to the beginning of the desired picture. This unit is equipped cording in the specifi...

  • Page 40: Search By Motion

    Search (continued) User Menu Search by Motion By specifying the motion detection conditions for playback, you can search the picture with the motion which meets the specifi ed condition. For this function, the camera number and start time need to be specifi ed to search. The search result is displayed in frame still playback of the single screen display.

  • Page 41: Copy

    Copy User Menu This item is used to copy the data from the main device to a When copying the data to DVD while “Overwrite” is set to copy device. “On,” the unit clears the existing data on the disc before overwriting with new data.

  • Page 42: Copy Data To Copy 2 Drive/set Copy 2 Drive

    Copy (continued) User Menu Copy Data to Copy 2 Drive/Set Copy 2 Drive When copying the data to DVD while “Overwrite” is set to “On,” the unit clears the existed data of the disc before This item is used to copy the data to Copy 2 device by speci- overwriting with new data.

  • Page 43: Copying The Data Of This Unit To A Video Cassette

    Copying the data of this unit to a video cassette This function is used to copy the data of this unit to a video cassette using an analogue video cassette recorder. Data can be copied even when the unit is in recording. For the recording operation, see the instruction manual for the ana- logue video cassette recorder used.

  • Page 44: Playback Software

    Copy (continued) User Menu Playback software Field Reverse Click to display a still picture one fi eld before. When copying the data to CD/DVD or USB memory, the needed PC playback software is automatically copied on to Stop the disc. Refer to the following for using the software. Click to stop playback.

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    In synchronized audio playback, the frequency of picture View menu refreshing is reduced depending on the processing power Picture Size of PC. When you want to playback giving priority to When clicking, the options of [100%], [75%], [50%], and picture, select [Not Synchro.]. [25%] appear.

  • Page 46: Information

    Information User Menu Information This item is used to check the recording range of the main, copy 1, or copy 2 device. User Menu Information Main Storage Memory Information Copy 1 Drive Information Copy 2 Drive Information [Main device] 1. Select <Main Storage Memory Information>. step “Partition (Alarm) Information”...

  • Page 47: Protect Data

    Protect Data User Menu Protect Data When the locked areas are overlapped, the lock function is as follows. Up to 500 specifi ed areas can be locked preventing acciden- tal deletion of important data. Only the data in the main de- Example 1 The area previously locked vice can be locked.

  • Page 48: Ptz Control

    PTZ Control User Menu This function is used to control the cameras connected via PTZ control using the front panel buttons RS-232C or RS-422/485 terminal. 1. Press the camera number button of the PTZ camera step PTZ control using the menu number to be controlled and display the picture in the single screen display.

  • Page 49: Setup Menu

    Recording Setup Menu Settings concerning normal recording and Set Recording Pattern A (Normal/Timer) to D alarm recording (Timer) This unit allows you to set the setting items for normal This item is used to make the recording settings for normal recording and alarm recording individually.

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    Recording (continued) Setup Menu [Normal recording settings] 3. Select motion detection recording. step 1. Follow the steps 1 and 2 on page 91 to set Alarm: Starts alarm recording when the motion is step the recording camera, frame or field recording, detected.

  • Page 51: Alarm Input

    When the pre-alarm recording time setting exceeds When setting the trigger to “MD-A,” “MD-B,” “External / the maximum pre-alarm recordable time, the pre-alarm MD-A,” “External / MD-B,” “External & MD-A,” or “External recording time display turns red. Set the time within the &...

  • Page 52: Emergency Recording Setup

    Recording (continued) Setup Menu Emergency Recording Setup Emergency recording 1) The picture grade is “L6-34KB” and the recording rate This item is used to set the emergency recording settings. is set to the value obtained by dividing the maximum When the EMERGENCY terminal is grounded by the alarm emergency recording rate by the number of specified sensor while both of the MAIN switch on the rear panel cameras.

  • Page 53: Long Pre-alarm Recording

    Long pre-alarm recording To start copy from the oldest data, set the copy start time to the start time of recording which can be checked in Long pre-alarm recording is a function to perform pre-alarm <Search by Time and Date>. Copy is carried out from the recording for a maximum of 60 minutes before the emergency the oldest data.

  • Page 54: Timer

    Timer Setup Menu Timer When you make the backup in timer recording, set the start and end time so that the backup time is 10 minutes This menu is used to program the timer of 2 most frequently or more. used operation patterns.

  • Page 55: Overlapped Timer Settings

    8. Press the TIMER button on the front panel of the step unit. 14:00 15:00 16:00 17:00 • The TIMER indicator lights up. In Line 1, recording rate is set to 5 pps 5 pps, time period is set from 14:00 to 17:00. •...

  • Page 56: Motion Det

    Motion Det Setup Menu Set Motion Detection Pattern A/Set Motion [When setting by the mouse:] • To set the area one by one, left-click the desired Detection Pattern B area. The area switches between active and This menu is used to set the conditions of the motion detec- inactive each time you click the mouse.

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    6. Test the motion detection function on the condition step you have set. • The color of the area detecting motion changes. 7. To copy another motion detection settings, use step “Same as settings.” • Select “Copy Motion A” to copy the setting for the same camera number of Motion A.

  • Page 58: System

    System Setup Menu Time/Date Setting Rear Terminal Setting This item is used to set the present date, time, and auto day- Mode Out Settings light saving. Auto daylight saving function is used to automati- This item is used to output the status of this unit from cally gain the clock of the unit an hour for the specifi...

  • Page 59: Call Out Settings

    3. Set the desired capacity. Key Sound step • Set the remaining capacity of each device to This item is used to make a sound when using the operation- output signal. al buttons, JOG dial, and SHUTTLE ring. Call Out Settings This item is used to output warning signals from the CALL Setup Menu OUT terminal to the device connected when the capacity be-...

  • Page 60: Password Setting

    System (continued) Setup Menu Password Setting 4) Unlock the PASSWORD LOCK of level 2. • The PASSWORD LOCK of level 3 turns on. This menu is used to set the password for the lock function. When the PASSWORD LOCK of level 3 turns on, the fol- This unit is equipped with 2 lock functions: lowing operations are locked.

  • Page 61: Activating The Password Lock

    Activating the PASSWORD LOCK [for the disk management password] . In the <Main Storage Memory> ( page 79), select step 1. Press the LOCK button while the MAIN switch is set step “Clear” of desired area and then select “Execute.” to ON.

  • Page 62: Multiplexer Function Related Button Operations/operation Table

    System (continued) Setup Menu Multiplexer function related button DIGITAL ZOOM button operations operations/operation table By pressing the DIGITAL ZOOM button during single screen display, the displayed picture can be viewed at 100%, 200% The multiplexer function of this unit allows the picture sup- or 400% magnifi...

  • Page 63: The Function Of The Split, Sequence, Digital Zoom, And Camera Number Buttons

    The function of the SPLIT, SEQUENCE, DIGITAL ZOOM, and camera number buttons The screen of the camera number without video signal input appears blue. Furthermore, the screen of the camera number set to “Off” in the <Covert Camera Setting> ( page 66) appears blue.

  • Page 64: Multiplexer Setting

    System (continued) Setup Menu Multiplexer Setting [Split screen] 1. When using front panel buttons, press the C or D step This menu is used to set the multiplexer setting of <Output A button to select the display position to be set. Settings>...

  • Page 65: Output B Settings

    [Split screen] Output B Settings 1. When using front panel buttons, press the C or D step This item is used to set the camera number to be displayed in button to select the display position to be set. the split screen display on the monitor connected to OUTPUT When using the mouse, left-click the number of the B.

  • Page 66: Alarm Display Setting

    System (continued) Setup Menu Alarm Display Setting Setup Menu This item is used to switch the display to the picture input with alarm signal in the single screen display or split screen System display which has been pre-set. When another alarm signal is input during alarm recording, the picture with the latest alarm Multiplexer Setting signal appears in the single screen display or split screen dis-...

  • Page 67: On Screen Display Setting

    On Screen Display Setting Display mode example Camera title On Screen Information (during single screen display) Warning Recorder title This item is used to set the display mode and the location for the clock, triplex, and camera display on the monitor. RECORDER1 CAMERA1 ALERT...

  • Page 68: Recorder Title

    System (continued) Setup Menu Reset to Factory Setting Recorder Title This item is used to reset the menu settings. This item is used to set the recorder title. The recorder title is displayed on the upper part of the op- Setup Menu erational mode display.

  • Page 69: Menu Data

    This is done by loading the menu settings which is This item is used to save the menu settings of this unit to the copied from another DX-TL4509E/DX-TL4509E(Z) via the external device. external media such as USB memory, the DVD disc, or CD available for this unit.

  • Page 70: System Menu

    COM/LAN System Menu RS-485 Setting This menu is used to set the communication settings between this unit and the external device connected. This item is used to make the settings to use this unit with optional keyboard connected to RS-485 terminal. RS-232C Setting This item is used to remotely control this unit via a PC System Menu...

  • Page 71: Lan (communication) Setting

    LAN (Communication) Setting [E-mail Notifi cation Detailed Information] 4. Check the contents to be transmitted to the PC. step This item is used to make the communication settings Remain: Transmits signal when the remaining between this unit and the PC connected to LAN terminal. capacity reaches the value set for Call out setting.

  • Page 72: Ptz Setting

    PTZ Setting System Menu This menu is used to make the settings for the cameras to be controlled. PTZ Camera Confi guration This item is used to make the detailed settings for the cameras to be controlled. System Menu PTZ Setting 1 PTZ Camera Configuration 1.

  • Page 73: Service Info

    Service Info System Menu System Log List Disk Information This item is used to check the number, date, and time of the This item is used to check the recording range of the main, system log. copy 1 or copy 2 device. System Menu System Menu Service Info...

  • Page 74: Restore

    Restore System Menu Restore Data to Main HDD from Drive 1/2/ Restore is stopped at the end point of main device Export Drive 1/2 Confi guration regardless of the repeat recording setting of the main device to be restored. This item is used to restore the data from the copy device to To start restoring again, clear the warning display, and the main device.

  • Page 75: Memory

    Memory System Menu Add/Remove HDD Device The maximum number of devices connected to serial bus is 16 including the built-in DVD and USB memory. This is This item is used to set the HDDs for main or copy device. the total number of devices of main, copy 1, and copy 2. You cannot set this item during recording or playback.

  • Page 76: Notes For Using The External Device

    Memory (continued) System Menu Notes for using the external device Add/Remove DVD/CD Drive The various external HDDs can be connected to this unit This item is used to set the DVD/CD drive for the DVD/CD in order to expand the memory or to use as the copy group of the copy 1 or 2 device.

  • Page 77: Data Management Setting For Main Memory

    Data Management Setting for Main Memory The normal recording area is referred to as “normal area,” the alarm recording area (PARTITION area) is referred to This item is used to set the operation of the unit when space as “alarm area,” and the long pre-alarm recording area is of the main device becomes full during recording.

  • Page 78: Recording Data Readout Setting

    Memory (continued) System Menu Recording Data Readout Setting [Auto-Expire on Specifi ed Date] This item is used to disenable the data which is recorded You cannot set this item during recording or playback. before the specifi ed time period to be played back in order to prevent keeping the data beyond the specifi...

  • Page 79: Data Clear

    Data Clear System Menu Main Storage Memory Copy 1/Copy 2 This item is used to delete the data of the normal area, alarm This item is used to delete the data of each group in the copy area, or LPA area in the main device. 1 or copy 2 device.

  • Page 80: Other Convenient Functions

    Other convenient functions Various playback functions Frame-by-frame playback Playing still frames 1. Turn the JOG dial during still frame playback. step • Clockwise: Activates frame-by-frame playback in This unit is equipped with the various playback functions the forward direction. using the JOG dial or SHUTTLE ring. •...

  • Page 81: Changing Playback Intervals

    Changing playback intervals Playback the latest recorded contents Although, playback and reverse playback use the same 1. Press the PAUSE (JUMP TO END) button when the step interval as that for recording, it is possible to change the unit is in stop mode. playback interval.

  • Page 82: Registering The Picture

    Other convenient functions (continued) Registering the picture This function is used to register a bookmark or to copy the picture being displayed using the BOOK MARK button. Registering a bookmark 1. Press the PAUSE button during playback in the step single screen display.

  • Page 83: Functions Of The Unit In Case Of Power Failure

    Functions of the unit in case of power failure Power failure compensation circuit The unit is equipped with an internalized power failure compensation circuit. When the unit has been charged for 48 hours (full), the date, time, timer record settings, and menu settings are kept up to 1 month without power.

  • Page 84: Operation Examples

    Operation examples Operation example 1 Specifying the recording period and performing continuous repeat recording. For loading of a picture supplied from the camera, see “Relation of recording operation to the number of cameras and recording rate settings” on page 126. Operation •...

  • Page 85: Operation Example 2

    Operation example 2 Setting the areas for normal and alarm recordings individually. Operation • Performs alarm recording at the specifi ed recording rate. • Performs repeat normal recording at the specifi ed recording rate. • Records the data of normal and alarm recordings to the different areas in order to store the alarm recording data for long term.

  • Page 86: Operation Example 3

    Operation examples (continued) Operation example 3 Switching the number of the cameras operated and recording rate depending on the time period and day of the week. Operation • Uses <Set Recording Pattern A (Normal/Timer)> from 08:00 18:00 08:00 (next day) 08:00 to 18:00 on Monday to Friday.

  • Page 87: Motion Detection Settings

    Menu Settings Pages 56, 57 Set the motion detection settings for Motion [Motion detection settings] step Setup Menu Motion Det step Set Motion Detection Pattern B A+12 Motion Mask Settings Test Mode [Timer settings] 54, 55 Set the timer program number to “Program 1.” step Set the detailed timer recording settings as step...

  • Page 88: Operation Example 4

    Operation examples (continued) Operation example 4 Switching the number of the cameras operated and recording rate depending on the time period and day of the week. Also switching the motion detection condition depending on the time period (daytime and night) or day of the week. Operation •...

  • Page 89

    Menu Settings Pages 56, 57 Set the motion detection settings for Motion [Motion detection settings] step A and Motion B. Setup Menu Motion Det step Set Motion Detection Pattern A Motion Mask Settings A+12 Test Mode Set Motion Detection Pattern B Motion Mask Settings A+12 Test Mode...

  • Page 90: Basic Operations

    Basic operations Basic multiplexer functions 4. DIGITAL ZOOM button Pressing this button in single screen mode displays the This function is used to activate multiplexer functions using screen at 100%. At this time, the magnification centre the buttons on the front panel. point (X) appears.

  • Page 91: Basic Manual Recording

    Basic manual recording Setting the recording rate and picture grade for normal recording This function is to setup the recording parameters of recording setting pattern A to start recording manually. Ensure 1. Execute camera check. step all the cameras are connected and time and date has been •...

  • Page 92: Basic Playback

    Basic operations (continued) Basic playback Pressing the OUTPUT A/B button on the front panel switches the multiplexer video output. When OUTPUT A is This function is used to playback recorded data. This unit selected, the button light indicator is off. When OUTPUT allows recorded data to be played back using various B is selected, the button light indicator is on, and the methods.

  • Page 93: Basic Search

    Basic search This function is used to search the start point of needed picture. This unit is equipped with 5 search functions (Search by Time and Date, Search by Alarm List, Find data storage location, Search by Book Mark, and Search by Motion). In this section, the common search methods, search by time and date and search by alarm list, are described.

  • Page 94: Search By Alarm List

    Basic operations (continued) Search by Alarm List To clear the alarm list, erase the HDD data of which the alarm recording is recorded ( page 79). Beware that This unit stores the start time of alarm recording and executing it erases all the data of the HDD containing the emergency recording in the alarm list when such recording picture data.

  • Page 95: Communications By Web Browser

    Communications by Web Browser Communications by Web Browser Login The Web browser on the personal computer can capture the Start up the Microsoft Internet Explorer and log in. pictures that have been recorded and live pictures from the 1. Start up the Microsoft Internet Explorer and enter step camera that is connected to this recorder.

  • Page 96: Main Menu

    Communications by Web Browser (continued) Main Menu . (If you make an error in entering the user ID or step password • • • ) This is the screen for selecting, from “Main Menu,” “Live • The “[Caution]” screen appears. Monitoring”...

  • Page 97: Live Monitoring

    Live Monitoring Retrieves live pictures and displays the pictures on the PC screen. 1. Select “Live Monitoring” and left-click. step • The “[Live]” screen appears. When picture acquisition is tried for the first time with the Web browser of a personal computer, a message as shown below may be displayed.

  • Page 98: Playback

    Communications by Web Browser (continued) Playback The following searches can be selected in single-screen display. Retrieves, plays back and searches for pictures that have been recorded by the recorder. 1. Select “Playback” and left-click. step • The “[Playback]” screen appears. The function of searching for recorded picture data is effective only when the single-screen display has been selected in the “Playback”...

  • Page 99: Alarm List Search

    Alarm List Search Confi guration Menu Click “Alarm List” and the “Alarm List Search” screen appears This is the screen for making some of the recorder settings. in the sub-screen. 1. Select “Configuration Menu” in the “[Main Menu]” step screen. •...

  • Page 100: User Registration

    Communications by Web Browser (continued) User Registration . (To change settings • • • ) step This is the screen for changing the settings for registered Select “change” and left-click. The “[Change user authorization, and for deleting a registration. It can also Confi...

  • Page 101: Recorder Title & Camera Titles

    Recorder Title & Camera Titles This is the screen for setting or changing the recorder and the camera titles. 1. Select “Recorder Title & Camera Titles” and left- step click. • The “[Recorder Title & Camera Titles]” screen appears. 2. Enter the desired recorder or camera title to “New step Text.”...

  • Page 102: E-mail Setup

    Communications by Web Browser (continued) E-mail Setup To view the attached picture: This is the screen for setting the information related to the In the PC with supplied application software installed, e-mail server or sender, and for setting the e-mail address of click or double click the fi...

  • Page 103: Access Mode Setup

    Clock Setup Access Mode Setup This is the screen for changing the SSL settings. This is the screen for setting the clock of the recorder via PC. 1. Select the item to be changed in the “Access Mode 1. Select “Clock Setup” and left-click. step step Setup.”...

  • Page 104: Logout

    Communications by Web Browser (continued) Logout Change Login User In this screen, assign “Logout” settings to end the job. This screen is for changing the logged in user. 1. Select “Logout” and left-click. 1. Select “Change Login User” and left-click. step step •...

  • Page 105: Recording Time Table

    Recording time table Continuous recording time table The following table shows the total number of recordable pictures of all the cameras which are set for recording. When recording on a 400 GB HDD: d : day, h : hour Without audio recording Number of pictures 66.7 33.3...

  • Page 106: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting If problems with the unit persist even after you’ve followed the suggestions below, disconnect the power cord and contact the retailer from whom you purchased the unit. Description of problem Consult the following Page • Is the power cord properly plugged in? The unit does not be turned 12,60,61 •...

  • Page 107

    Description of problem Consult the following Page The unit does not perform 12,60,61 • Is the LOCK indicator light on? playback. • Has the data been erased? 39,92 • Is the correct playback device selected? The copy device dose not –...

  • Page 108: Warnings And Call Out Output

    Warnings and CALL OUT output Warnings and their appropriate countermeasures #1 Options in the CALL OUT output column: • Selectable: Selects to output CALL OUT signal or not on the menu screen. • Fixed: Outputs CALL OUT signal from the CALL OUT terminal regardless of the menu setting. •...

  • Page 109

    CALL OUT Cancelling Page Countermeasure Log number Warning Display output the warning No Camera Signal • Check whether the unit and Stop Fixed LOG54 camera are properly connected recording. Camera signal is lost or distorted. and turned on. Output video –...

  • Page 110: Check Sheet

    Check sheet The following is the sheet for writing down each settings. Use it when you make settings. The screened values are the default settings. The items marked with * are the menus which are loaded or saved using <Menu Data>.

  • Page 111

    Setup Menu (200 000 000) 1 Recording (continued) 1 Set Recording Pattern A (Normal/Timer) * (continued) 3 Alarm Recording Menu (continued) Motion Alarm Detection Post-Alarm Duration Pre-Alarm Duration Mode Recording 4 Alarm Camera Setting Recording Camera Sensor number 1 Sensor number 2 Sensor number 3 Sensor number 4 Sensor number 5...

  • Page 112

    Check sheet (continued) Setup Menu (200 000 000) 1 Recording (continued) 2 Set Recording Pattern B (Timer) * 2 Normal Recording Menu Frame / Recording Rate Picture Grade Field Camera number 1 Camera number 2 Camera number 3 Camera number 4 Camera number 5 Camera number 6 Camera number 7...

  • Page 113

    Setup Menu (200 000 000) 1 Recording (continued) 2 Set Recording Pattern B (Timer) * (continued) 3 Alarm Recording Menu (continued) Motion Alarm Detection Post-Alarm Duration Pre-Alarm Duration Mode Recording 4 Alarm Camera Setting Recording Camera Sensor number 1 Sensor number 2 Sensor number 3 Sensor number 4 Sensor number 5...

  • Page 114

    Check sheet (continued) Setup Menu (200 000 000) 1 Recording (continued) 3 Set Recording Pattern C (Timer) * 2 Normal Recording Menu Frame / Recording Rate Picture Grade Field Camera number 1 Camera number 2 Camera number 3 Camera number 4 Camera number 5 Camera number 6 Camera number 7...

  • Page 115

    Setup Menu (200 000 000) 1 Recording (continued) 3 Set Recording Pattern C (Timer) * (continued) 3 Alarm Recording Menu (continued) Motion Alarm Detection Post-Alarm Duration Pre-Alarm Duration Mode Recording 4 Alarm Camera Setting Recording Camera Sensor number 1 Sensor number 2 Sensor number 3 Sensor number 4 Sensor number 5...

  • Page 116

    Check sheet (continued) Setup Menu (200 000 000) 1 Recording (continued) 4 Set Recording Pattern D (Timer) * 2 Normal Recording Menu Frame / Recording Rate Picture Grade Field Camera number 1 Camera number 2 Camera number 3 Camera number 4 Camera number 5 Camera number 6 Camera number 7...

  • Page 117

    Setup Menu (200 000 000) 1 Recording (continued) 4 Set Recording Pattern D (Timer) * (continued) 3 Alarm Recording Menu (continued) Motion Alarm Detection Post-Alarm Duration Pre-Alarm Duration Mode Recording 4 Alarm Camera Setting Recording Camera Sensor number 1 Sensor number 2 Sensor number 3 Sensor number 4 Sensor number 5...

  • Page 118

    Check sheet (continued) Setup Menu (200 000 000) 1 Recording (continued) 5 Emergency Recording Setup * Frame / Pre-alarm Duration Post-alarm Duration Field Maximum Camera Setting Recording Rate for All Cameras 6 Audio Record Setup * Audio Recording Mode Normal Alarm 2 Timer 2 Configure Timer Program 1 *...

  • Page 119

    Setup Menu(200 000 000) 2 Timer (continued) 4 Define Holidays * (Day / Month) 3 Motion Det * 1 Set Motion Detection Pattern A 2 Set Motion Detection Pattern B Sensitivity Sensitivity Reference Interval Reference Interval Motion Motion Threshold Threshold (1 to 506) (1 to 506) (default...

  • Page 120

    Check sheet (continued) Setup Menu(200 000 000) 4 System (continued) 3 Rear Terminal Setting * (continued) 3 Key 2 Call Out Settings 4 Buzzer Sound Normal Recording Area Alarm Recording Area LPA Recording Area Copy 2 4 Password Setting Operation Control Password Disk Management Password 5 Multiplexer Setting *...

  • Page 121

    Setup Menu (200 000 000) 4 System (continued) 5 Multiplexer Setting * (continued) 2 Output B Settings Split 4 screen Split 9 screen 2 Output B Settings (continued) Sequence Multi Split 4 Sequence Single 2 Output B Settings (continued) Sequence Time 4 Alarm Display Setting * Output Setting Output A...

  • Page 122

    Check sheet (continued) Setup Menu (200 000 000) 4 System (continued) 5 Multiplexer Setting * (continued) 5 Covert Camera Setting On Off CH 1 CH 2 CH 3 CH 4 CH 5 CH 6 CH 7 CH 8 CH 9 6 On Screen Display Setting * 1 On Screen Information Clock...

  • Page 123

    System Menu (300 000 000) 1 COM/LAN 1 RS-232C Setting * Port Settings Communication Data Stop Transmission Delimi Mode Parity Bit Mode -ter Length Length 2 RS-485 Setting * Recorder Address 3 LAN (Communication) Setting * IP Address 192.168.000.100 Sub Net Mask 255.255.255.000 Gateway 000.000.000.000...

  • Page 124

    Check sheet (continued) System Menu (300 000 000) 5 Memory 1 Add/Remove HDD Device Main device 1 Internal HDD 2 External HDD (USB HDD) Copy 1 device Copy 2 device Serial bus Internal HDD group group Serial bus group DVD/CD USB memory DVD/CD 2 Add/Remove DVD/CD Drive...

  • Page 125

    System Menu (300 000 000) 5 Memory (continued) 3 Data Management Setting for Main Memory Repeat of Normal Recording Area * Repeat On Repeat Off Repeat of Alarm Recording Area * Repeat On Repeat Off Repeat of LPA Recording Area * Repeat On Repeat Off 4 Change Partition Setting...

  • Page 126: Glossary

    Glossary Glossary Motion Detection Playback Search This is a function to automatically search a recorded picture Auto PAN by detecting motion in the selected detection area. Setting When a camera is set to this mode, it automatically turns the detection area for searching is required before activating between two preset positions horizontally.

  • Page 127: Specifi Cations

    Specifi cations Rated Power Supply ....100 to 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz Rated Input .......0.9- 0.4 A (100-240 V) Colour System ......PAL-type colour system. Operating Temperature .....41 °F-104 °F (5 °C to 40 °C) Relative Humidity .....Max. 80 (%) Altitude ........Max. 2000 (m) Dimensions .......425 (Width) x 375 (Depth) x 133 (Height) (mm) Weight ........9.5 kg (with 1 HDD mounted) 10.2 kg (with 2 HDDs mounted)

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