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DVR-530
16 Channel Standalone Network
& USB DVR
User's Manual

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    DVR-530 16 Channel Standalone Network & USB DVR User’s Manual...

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    Intel and Pentium are trademarks of Intel Corporation. Microsoft Windows and MS-DOS are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corp. All other product names or trademarks are properties of their respective owners. 1st Edition Printed in Taiwan August 2005 DVR-530 User’s Manual...

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    Product Warranty (1 year) Advantech warrants to you, the original purchaser, that each of its prod- ucts will be free from defects in materials and workmanship for one year from the date of purchase. This warranty does not apply to any products which have been repaired or altered by persons other than repair personnel authorized by Advantech, or which have been subject to misuse, abuse, accident or improper instal- lation.

  • Page 4: Declaration Of Conformity

    Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense. DVR-530 User’s Manual...

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    Technical Support and Assistance Visit the Advantech web site at www.advantech.com/support where you can find the latest information about the product. Contact your distributor, sales representative, or Advantech's cus- tomer service center for technical support if you need additional assistance. Please have the following information ready before you call: - Product name and serial number - Description of your peripheral attachments...

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    20° C (-4° F) OR ABOVE 60° C (140° F). THIS COULD DAM- AGE THE EQUIPMENT. THE EQUIPMENT SHOULD BE IN A CONTROLLED ENVIRONMENT. CAUTION: DANGER OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS INCORRECTLY REPLACED. REPLACE ONLY WITH THE SAME OR EQUIVALENT TYPE RECOMMENDED BY THE DVR-530 User’s Manual...

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    MANUFACTURER, DISCARD USED BATTERIES ACCORD- ING TO THE MANUFACTURER'S INSTRUCTIONS. The sound pressure level at the operator's position according to IEC 704- 1:1982 is no more than 70 dB (A). DISCLAIMER: This set of instructions is given according to IEC 704-1. Advantech disclaims all responsibility for the accuracy of any statements contained herein.

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    Der arbeitsplatzbezogene Schalldruckpegel nach DIN 45 635 Teil 1000 beträgt 70 dB(A) oder weiger. Haftungsausschluss: Die Bedienungsanleitungen wurden entsprechend der IEC-704-1 erstellt. Advantech lehnt jegliche Verantwortung für die Richtigkeit der in diesem Zusammenhang getätigten Aussagen ab. DVR-530 User’s Manual viii...

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    Safety Precaution - Static Electricity Follow these simple precautions to protect yourself from harm and the products from damage. To avoid electrical shock, always disconnect the power from your PC chassis before you work on it. Don't touch any components on the CPU card or other cards while the PC is on.

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    Dispose of used batteries according to the manufacturer's instructions. • CD-ROM Laser: CAUTION - Do not open the enclosures of power supplies or CD ROMs to avoid injury. DVR-530 User’s Manual...

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    General Safety Guidelines Warning!: Follow these rules to ensure general safety: • Keep the area around the DVR series clean and free of clutter. • To avoid injuries to the back, be sure to use your leg muscles, keep your back straight, and bend your knees, when lifting the system.

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    DVR-530 User’s Manual...

  • Page 13: Table Of Contents

    Contents Chapter 1 DVR-530 Introduction ........2 Front Panel ................ 3 Remote IR Controller ............4 Rear Panel ................. 5 Chapter 2 Remote DVR Installation ....... 8 Video Output Connection (TV Or LCD Monitor) .... 8 Figure 2.1:Video signal line connection ......8 Video Input Connection (Camera) ........

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    Backing up files as AVI ..........51 Appendix C Video Quality Settings Table......54 NTSC Format ........ 54 Table C.1:Recording time vs. video quality (NTSC) .. 54 PAL Format........55 Table C.2:Recording time vs. video quality (PAL) ..55 DVR-530 User’s Manual...

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    DVR-530 Introduction This section introduces the DVR-530 Digital Video Recorder (DVR). This section includes: • Front Panel • Remote IR Controller • Rear Panel...

  • Page 16: Chapter 1 Dvr-530 Introduction

    Chapter 1 DVR-530 Introduction The DVR-530 digital video recorder (DVR) is for recording/retrieving video streams from up to 16 channels at the same time. It adopts a digital image compression technology to compress the input channel video streams, and uses a HDD to record the compressed video stream.

  • Page 17: Front Panel

    1.1 Front Panel Menu button: press to display Operation menu option Recording button: press to start recording Stop recording/playback button: press to stop recording/playback - the authorized password is requested upon stopping record (the defaut password is 111111) Fast forward button: press to play the recorded video stream faster Playback button/Pause button: press to start playback and press to pause the video playback Pause button: press to pause the video playback...

  • Page 18: Remote Ir Controller

    田 All groups button: press to select all groups display Up buttons: press to change menu field Down button: press to change menu field Select button: press to change the setting value or enter a sub menu DVR-530 User’s Manual...

  • Page 19: Rear Panel

    1.3 Rear Panel S-Video Video output VGA output Video input Video Quad loop-through Sensor input/alarm output: 4 sensor inputs and one alarm output NTSC/PAL switch DC-in (12 Volts) Audio input/output Power switch Chapter 1...

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  • Page 21: Dvr Installation

    DVR Installation This section explains the installation of the DVR-530 Digital Video Recorder (DVR). This section includes: • Video Output Connection • Video Input Connection • Sensor Installation • Alarm Installation...

  • Page 22: Video Output Connection (tv Or Lcd Monitor), Figure 2.1:video Signal Line Connection

    2.1 Video Output Connection (TV Or LCD Monitor) Please connect a TV or LCD monitor to the unit with the Video output connector. The unit provides one S-Video input, two BNC connectors and one VGA output. Figure 2.1: Video signal line connection DVR-530 User’s Manual...

  • Page 23: Video Input Connection (camera), Figure 2.2:video Input Connection

    2.2 Video Input Connection (Camera) Please connect a camera to the unit over the video input connector. The unit provides sixteen BNC connectors. The camera installation proce- dures are as follows: Connect the video signal line: Connect the video signal line to the unit.

  • Page 24: Sensor Installation, Figure 2.3:sensor Installation

    Connect the sensor signal line: Connect the video signal line to the unit. The sensor signal terminal is at the unit’s back panel. Connect the sensor power adaptor jack into the sensor, and plug in the adaptor. Figure 2.3: Sensor installation DVR-530 User’s Manual...

  • Page 25: Alarm Installation, Figure 2.4:alarm Installation

    2.4 Alarm Installation The unit provides one internal switch for sounding an alarm when the sensor is activated due to the unwanted entrance of an unknown visitor. The switch is open in the normal state, but when the alarm is activated, the switch is closed to power the alarm.

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    Powering Up the Unit This section shows the power up screens of the Digital Video Recorder (DVR). This section includes: • On-screen display...

  • Page 28: On-screen Display, Figure 3.1:hdd Checking In Progress, Figure 3.2:real Time Display Mode

    After the unit is powered on, the unit checks the HDD for several sec- onds, then displays the following screen. Figure 3.1: HDD Checking in progress Figure 3.2: Real Time Display Mode The unit will enter into real-time display mode as shown above. DVR-530 User’s Manual...

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    Notes: 1. Make sure the HDD is off before removing the drive. 2. Once you resume the initial setting, the right information will be displayed on the screen. Turn off the unit and restart. Chapter 3...

  • Page 30: Figure 3.3:powering On The System

    On-Screen Display (OSD) Figure 3.3: Powering on the system DVR-530 User’s Manual...

  • Page 31: Operation Guide

    Operation Guide This section explains the operation of the DVR-530 Digital Video Recorder (DVR). This section includes: • Main Menu • Group Select • Record Select • Record Frame Rate • Video Quality • Record Schedule • Sub Menu • Time Set •...

  • Page 32: Main Menu, Chapter 4 Operation Guide

    Note: Please stop recording or playback before you enter the OSD menu. You will be requested to enter a password to stop recording. DVR-530 User’s Manual...

  • Page 33: Group Select

    4.2 Group Select The unit provides sixteen camera inputs. Every four channels are grouped for easy and prompt display operation. For example, Ch 1, Ch 2, Ch 3 and Ch 4 are set for Group 1; Ch 5, Ch 6, Ch 7 and Ch 8 are for Group 2 and so on.

  • Page 34: Record Select, Record Frame Rate

    The higher the record frame rate, the more natu- ral the look will be displayed on the screen in playback mode. The lower the record frame rate is, the less space will be used on the HDD. DVR-530 User’s Manual...

  • Page 35: Video Quality

    4.5 Video Quality There are three different video quality settings for operation: Normal, Low, and High. Please use the buttons on the front panel to select a mode and then enter to confirm the selection The higher the video quality is, the more clear the image will be. With lower video quality, less space is used on the HDD.

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    The unit provides four alarm inputs which can be configured as normally closed, normally open, motion detection + NC and motion detection + NO in the “SENSOR SETUP” menu option. After sensor configuration, please go back to the “RECORD SCHEDULE” menu to enable sensor recording. DVR-530 User’s Manual...

  • Page 37: Sub Menu, Table 4.1:front Panel Button Definitions

    4.7 Sub Menu Enter into this option to change password, time /date settings, and date format. Password Change When you enter into “PASSWORD CHANGE”, a password change input menu replaces the “SUB MENU” (The default password is 111111). When the new password is accepted, the board will flash the following screen message: PASSWORD changed!! The message will blink 5 times.

  • Page 38: Time Set

    Time Set Enter this option to change the date and time. The unit provides yyyy/mm/dd or dd/mm/yyyy variants which reflect regional preferences. DVR-530 User’s Manual...

  • Page 39: Backup Through Usb Port

    4.8 Backup Through USB Port The unit provides one USB port for simple backup over a connection with a PC. Please use the following steps to successfully link: Connect the USB cable between the unit and PC. Select “LINK TO PC” under the submenu of the unit. The “link- ing”...

  • Page 40: Group Display Time

    Please refer to Appendix C for the PC viewer installation and operation guide. 4.9 Group Display Time Use this menu to specify group display and multi-screen dwell time. Dwell time settings determine the time interval between displays for all groups and multi-screens. DVR-530 User’s Manual...

  • Page 41: Hard Disk Setup

    4.10 Hard Disk Setup HARD DRIVE SETUP OVERWRITE ENABLED MASTER HDD SIZE 40000MB MASTER HDD USED 0MB 0% MASTER HDD FORMAT SLAVE HDD SIZE ), THEN ( ) PRESS ( PRESS( ) TO EXIT Overwrite Enabled: If you choose “YES”, the unit will continue recording and overwrite the recorded data when the HDD’s space is full.

  • Page 42: Sensor Setup

    (0 stands for highest sensitivity, 9 is for lowest sensitiv- ity). Sensor Trigger Modes: The unit provides 5 different modes for trigger states: 1. Not installed. 2. Normally open. DVR-530 User’s Manual...

  • Page 43: How To Operate Motion Detection Recording

    3. Normally closed. 4. Motion + N-C. 5. Motion + N-O. In normally open mode, if the cable between the sensor and the unit is cut by an intruder, the unit starts recording. In normally closed mode, if the cable between the sensor and the unit is cut by an intruder, the unit stops recording.

  • Page 44: Network Setup

    IP upon restart. Note: Please check with your M.I.S staff or administra- tor for the settings of MAC ADDRESS, IP ADDRESS, SUBNET MASK and GATEWAY. Please refer to the figure as an example for your reference. DVR-530 User’s Manual...

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    Note: 1. PC Minimum requirements for Networking: • CPU: 1 GHZ or above • System memory: 256 MB or above • VGA memory: 32 MB • OS: Windows 2000/XP 2. Please assign 14337, 14338 to the Port to install the DVR in a LAN with a static IP address under a router (with firewall) for sharing with other equipment like a PC.

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    Note: The reverse playback speed depends on the fps, the number of recorded channels, and the video quality. (pause button): Press this button to pause the playback, or to advance a single frame at a time. DVR-530 User’s Manual...

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    Networking This section explains the networking details of the Digital Video Recorder (DVR). This section includes: • Connecting PC to the DVR • DVR Control • Capture and Playback on PC • DVR Management • AVI File • Single Channel Scaler...

  • Page 48: Figure A.1:main Window Of Pc Client Software, Appendix A Networking

    Please follow the instructions below to use PC Client. After you install PC Client software on your PC, the main window will appear. Figure A.1: Main Window of PC Client Software DVR-530 User’s Manual...

  • Page 49: A.1 Connect Pc To The Dvr

    A.1 Connect PC to the DVR Click on the “Connect” option in the main window. Click to enter the DVR Client Connection Man- ager Click “Connect” to enter the “DVR Client connection manager” as shown above. Appendix A...

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    Click “OK” to create the connection. Connection Status When successfully connected, you will see the “Connected” sign. This window also displays the DVR IP address and shows the rate of connec- tion speed. DVR-530 User’s Manual...

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    To disconnect, simply click “Disconnect”. To close the application, click “Close Window” button. Appendix A...

  • Page 52: A.2 Dvr Control

    A.2 DVR Control The panel shown in the following figure operates exactly as the actual DVR operation buttons to allow you to remotely control the DVR for live view, record and playback functions. DVR-530 User’s Manual...

  • Page 53: A.3 Capture And Playback On Your Pc, A.3.1 Capture Video Data, A.3.2 Playback

    A.3 Capture and Playback on your PC A.3.1 Capture Video Data When you click the “REC” button, the DVR client will start to record the incoming video onto your PC’s hard disk. The DVR client creates a “stream_files” folder where the file is located. When the client is record- ing, the Capture &...

  • Page 54: A.4 Dvr Management

    All these settings operate as they would directly on the DVR itself. Note: The record mode change can be made only on the DVR, to allow the display to show the current DVR record mode on connection. DVR-530 User’s Manual...

  • Page 55: A.5 Avi File

    A.5 AVI File Click on the “AVI save as” button to convert the desired video data into an AVI file. You will see the following dialog box for saving the AVI file. Click on this button to convert the real-time video data or the recorded data into an AVI file After specifying the file name and confirming, please click on “Backup to AVI”...

  • Page 56: A.6 Channel Control

    CH 16 will then be displayed on the screen. Move the mouse cursor onto CH 13 and double click. CH13 will be scaled up. To see CH 13 ~ CH 16 multi-channel view again, just click on the CH 13 ~ CH 16 button again. DVR-530 User’s Manual...

  • Page 57: A.7 Single Channel Scaler

    A.7 Single Channel Scaler The single channel scaler is functional only in single channel mode. If you are viewing a single channel, you can scale up/down by selecting these options. Appendix A...

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    PC Viewer This section explains the PC Viewer of the Digital Video Recorder (DVR). This section includes: • Installing PC Viewer • Searching files • Backing files up as AVI...

  • Page 60: Appendix B Pc Viewer, B.1 Installing Pc Viewer

    Appendix B PC Viewer B.1 Installing PC Viewer Please follow the steps given below to complete the installation of PC Viewer. Play Search Capture Backup as AVI DVR-530 User’s Manual...

  • Page 61: Table B.1:playback Buttons

    You can access video data via the connection between the PC and DVR or directly install the HDD into a PC. Please install the PC Viewer software onto your PC and start the program. Note: This software currently supports Windows 2000 and Windows XP.

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    Screen Display Format Operation: The PC viewer displays either 16 channels, quad screen or a full screen of each channel. Press one of the group selection buttons to display a quad screen of one group (4 channels), or double-click on the display of one desired channel to get the full screen view of the desired channel.

  • Page 64: B.2 Searching Files

    Click button to have a list of events for your selection Please click on the “Play” button to start playback after confirming the retrieval. (This is a required step to initially activate the playback.) DVR-530 User’s Manual...

  • Page 65: B.3 Backing Up Files As Avi

    B.3 Backing up files as AVI Click on the “Backup to AVI” button to convert the desired video data into an AVI file. You will see the following dialog box for saving the AVI file. Specify the file name and confirm it. The conversion will start automatically after specifying the file name.

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    Video Quality Settings Tables This section lists the Video Quality Settings of the Digital Video Recorder (DVR). This section includes: • NTSC Format • PAL Format...

  • Page 68: Appendix C Video Quality Settings Table, C.1 Ntsc Format

    Table C.1: Recording time vs. video quality (NTSC) Frames/Second MODE 223H 179H 104H 回 NORMAL 273H 218H 152H 109H 340H 273H 191H 136H 172H 138H MODE 田 NORMAL 210H 168H 117H 262H 210H 147H 105H Note: The recording hours on an 80 GB HDD. DVR-530 User’s Manual...

  • Page 69: C.2 Pal Format, Table C.2:recording Time Vs. Video Quality (pal)

    C.2 PAL Format Table C.2: Recording time vs. video quality (PAL) Frame/Second MODE 179H 104H 回 NORMAL 218H 152H 109H 273H 191H 136H 138H MODE 田 NORMAL 168H 117H 210H 147H 105H Note: The recording hours on an 80 GB HDD. Chapter C...

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