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Sanyo DSR-3709P Manual

Manual for remote operation by network connection
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  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    DVR VIEWER 1 DVR VIEWER ..........41 Copyright Operating environment ........ 41 This manual and software are copyrighted by Sanyo Electric Co., Ltd. Installing the DVR Viewer ......41 Microsoft, Windows, and Window NT are registered Opening and closing DVR Viewer ....42 trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.
  • Page 3: Network Control Function

    PC, CompactFlash card, or the like. ( P. 41) Please install the software from the CD-ROM included with this product or download the newest version from our homepage listed below. Sanyo website URL: http://www.sanyosecurity.com English...
  • Page 4 NETWORK CONTROL FUNCTION Click the [Security] tab. Installing DVR Viewer The [Security] screen is displayed. See P. 41 for installing and operating DVR Viewer. Setting Internet Options After installing DVR Viewer, use the following procedure to make Internet security settings. Select [Internet Options...] from the Internet Explorer [Tools] menu.
  • Page 5 NETWORK CONTROL FUNCTION Click [Properties]. Minimum system requirements The [General] tab window in the [Internet Protocol (TCP/ Computer: PC/AT compatible machine IP) Properties] window is displayed. Operating system: Windows 98/98SE/Me/NT4.0/2000/XP Browser: Internet Explorer Ver. 5.5 SP2 or later Select [Use the following IP address:] Video: 65,000 colors, resolution 800 x 600 dpi or higher and then type in the IP address and the Recommended specifications...
  • Page 6: Preparing For Network Control

    PREPARING FOR NETWORK CONTROL Enter a password (for verification Controlling from a PC purposes). Launch the PC’s web browser. Enter a [User name] and a verification-use [Password] on the [Connect to 192.168.0.1] screen, and then click [OK]. Internet Explorer versions 5.5 SP2 and later are If you entered an incorrect password, the password entry supported.
  • Page 7: Controlling From The Unit

    PREPARING FOR NETWORK CONTROL Entering the operation screen Messages displayed when connected (1) The following screen will be displayed when password Messages related to the switching of control or the network verification has been completed successfully. connection condition may be displayed on-screen at any time.
  • Page 8 PREPARING FOR NETWORK CONTROL When control rights are switched to the Display on the PC unit When disconnected from the network Whenever the button on the PC’s operation screen is clicked, access will be cancelled and control rights will DSR-3716 switch back to the unit.
  • Page 9: Operation Panel Functions And Restrictions

    Press the [MULTIVIEW] button again to change the DSR- 20. Record (ID3) 3716P from 9 screens to 16 screens. This button starts normal recording. The DSR-3709P can only display video in nine screens. 21. Record stop (ID3) QUAD (ID1/2/3) This button stops normal recording.
  • Page 10: Camera Operation Panel

    OPERATION PANEL FUNCTIONS AND RESTRICTIONS Click each button to use a dome Camera operation panel camera. Use the following procedure to operate remote-controllable cameras connected by coaxial cable to the VIDEO terminal. CHANNEL CHANNEL CHANNEL For operation of dome cameras, connect with ID2 or ID3 while in full-screen display.
  • Page 11 OPERATION PANEL FUNCTIONS AND RESTRICTIONS Control speed Finishing dome camera operation Adjusts the operation speed for Pan and Tilt. Click [CAMERA CONTROL]. [ZOOM] Activates zoom mode. (“ZOOM” turns green) Camera operation panel changes to Normal operation Use -/+ to zoom. panel.
  • Page 12: Recording Images

    RECORDING IMAGES This section will describe the way in which monitored Canceling timer recording images and alarm images can be stored on the unit’s internal hard disk. With “TIMER STANDBY” displayed, Before any of these operations can be carried out, it will be click the button on the operation necessary to make menu settings to match the installation...
  • Page 13: Screen Display Items

    RECORDING IMAGES (4) AUDIO (Default setting: OFF) Screen display items Sound can be played in live mode or play mode. * Set only for full screen monitoring. (10) (11) [Settings] Setting Description NORMAL RECORDING MODE RECORDING LIVE ALARM RECORDING MODE STOP Audio will not be played.
  • Page 14 RECORDING IMAGES (9) NORMAL RECORDING MODE This item displays the current condition for normal recording. STOP RECORDING TIMER STANDBY TIMER RECORDING AREA FULL (in normal recording area) (10) ALARM RECORDING MODE This item displays the current condition for alarm recording. STOP PRE ALARM RECORDING ALARM RECORDING...
  • Page 15: Watching Images

    WATCHING IMAGES Monitored live images and recorded images can be viewed Playing back recorded images freely and whenever so required. Note that switching to live or playback images, modifying The following two methods are available for the playback the screen display, and other similar operations have of images.
  • Page 16: Specifying The Number Of Screens To Display

    DSR-3716P from 9 screens to 16 screens. : Advances a frame in the forward direction. The DSR-3709P can only display video in 9 screens. : Advances a frame in the reverse direction. To resume full screen monitoring...
  • Page 17: Adjusting The Image And Audio

    WATCHING IMAGES Live mode image (4 screen display) Play mode image (Full screen display) (11) (12) (9) (10) NORMAL RECORDING MODE STOP NORMAL RECORDING MODE STOP LIVE PLAY STOP ALARM RECORDING MODE ALARM RECORDING MODE ALARM RECORDING MODE STOP SPEED PLAY 01-01-04 00: 37: 58 ID1:1 ID2:0...
  • Page 18: Screen Display Items

    WATCHING IMAGES Screen display items Settings for downloading live images to a PC (6) Image mode LIVE: Live mode PLAY: Play mode If video with audio is to be downloaded to a PC, DVR (7) Time Viewer must be installed before the necessary settings Live mode: Displays the current time can be made.
  • Page 19 WATCHING IMAGES Set “DURATION”. To cancel a save operation Click [CANCEL]. The duration for images to be saved to the PC should be set in units of one minute. (2) A pop-up window will be displayed when saving has been completed. Click [BROWSE].
  • Page 20: Search Mode

    SEARCH MODE Images stored in the recording areas can be searched and Search menu played back in search mode. Furthermore, five different search methods are available for doing so. Recording area Search mode Description for searching Basic operation Lets you search and play ALARM Alarm recording back alarm images from the...
  • Page 21: Operations In Search Modes

    OPERATIONS IN SEARCH MODES 1. ALARM SEARCH 2. ALARM THUMBNAIL SEARCH In alarm search mode, images recorded in the alarm In alarm thumbnail search mode, all of the alarm images recording area are presented as a list of alarm numbers. stored in the alarm recording area are displayed as Accordingly, alarm images from the recording list can be thumbnails.
  • Page 22: Time/Date Search

    OPERATIONS IN SEARCH MODES Click the preview screen for the image 3. TIME/DATE SEARCH to be played back. In date/time search mode, images from the normal Full-screen playback will start. recording area or the alarm recording area can be played back by specifying the corresponding date and time.
  • Page 23: Motion Detection Search

    OPERATIONS IN SEARCH MODES Select “5. MOTION DETECTION 5. MOTION DETECTION SEARCH SEARCH” from the “SEARCH” menu. The motion detection search screen is displayed. By setting images recorded in the hard disk’s normal recording area or alarm recording area to the motion Specify the recording area to be used sensor, variations from these images as a result of the for motion searching from “SEARCH...
  • Page 24: Saving Recorded Images

    SAVING RECORDED IMAGES You can use the procedures described below to copy (1) Recording date/time: The recording date and time for recorded images to the hard disk’s archive area or to the image currently being played back download images to a PC or the like. (2) PLAYBACK AREA: These functions should be used to backup important The area in which the image currently being played...
  • Page 25: Downloading To A Pc

    SAVING RECORDED IMAGES Select the “AUDIO”. Downloading to a PC [Settings] ( indicates default setting) Use the following procedure to download recorded images to a PC. Setting Description Image audio will be copied. Audio will not be copied. DOWNLOAD DOWNLOAD TO PC 01-01-04 00: 36: 21 PLAYBACK AREA NORMAL...
  • Page 26: Image Viewer Screen

    SAVING RECORDED IMAGES * Image viewer screen This screen allows you to check images that have been downloaded. (12) DSR-3716 IMAGE VIEWER PREV. R.PLAY STOP PLAY NEXT CHANNEL IMAGE SIZE (13) PLAY SPEED (10) (14) 10.10.2004 17:40:09 IMAGE NUMBER TIME DOWNLOAD COUNT PLAY AUDIO SAVE WITH AUDIO...
  • Page 27: Settings

    SETTINGS Before using the unit, settings should be made for recording conditions, installation environment, and other similar factors. The corresponding menu items are displayed in a two-level structure comprising main menus and sub-menus. For more details regarding setting methods, see “MENU- SPECIFIC SETTINGS”...
  • Page 28: Menu Structure

    SETTINGS Menu structure Reference Main menu Sub menu page 1. CLOCK SET CLOCK SET 2. SUMMER TIME SET/ SUMMER TIME SET EXT. CLOCK SET EXT. CLOCK SET 3. HOLIDAY SET HOLIDAY SET 4. RECORDING AREA SET TOTAL CAPACITY Area-specific capacity AREA FULL RESET NORMAL RECORDING AREA OVERWRITE 5.
  • Page 29: Menu-Specific Settings

    MENU-SPECIFIC SETTINGS Set the date/time at which to switch 1. CLOCK SET from standard time to summer time from the pull-down menu on the screen. Set the unit’s time and date as described below. Be sure that the date and time are set correctly at this time. Set the date/time at which to switch from summer time to standard time Select the “Day/Month/Year/Hours/...
  • Page 30: Recording Area Set

    MENU-SPECIFIC SETTINGS 4. RECORDING AREA SET The unit’s hard disk is separated into three independent recording areas. Furthermore, five different recording modes can be used for these three areas. The memory capacity for each area is allocated as a percentage. (Setting units: 1%) Recording area Recording mode Recording method...
  • Page 31: Recording Conditions Set

    MENU-SPECIFIC SETTINGS 5. RECORDING CONDITIONS SET Setting the remaining-space warning level In situations where the overwrite setting for the normal Set the permission for overwriting to recording areas or the recording area and the alarm recording area is “OFF”, you remaining-space warning level as described below.
  • Page 32: Normal Rec Mode Set

    MENU-SPECIFIC SETTINGS Setting audio recording When setting has been completed, all data with expired Audio can be recorded together with images when storage periods are deleted. Before setting, copy performing normal recording. important data to the archive area or CompactFlash Note, however, that since this audio data will also be card.
  • Page 33: Program Rec Set

    Set up to 9 channels for the DSR-3709P. Use the above procedure to set up to four program patterns. PROGRAM REC SET...
  • Page 34: Timer Set

    MENU-SPECIFIC SETTINGS 8. TIMER SET Set timer operation duration and timer recording conditions on a day-specific basis as shown below. TIMER SET TIMER SET WEEK START STOP PROGRAM A12.5 FPS A12.5 FPS A12.5 FPS A12.5 FPS A12.5 FPS A12.5 FPS A12.5 FPS OVER 24H A12.5 FPS...
  • Page 35: Alarm Rec Mode Set

    MENU-SPECIFIC SETTINGS 9. ALARM REC MODE SET Setting the picture quality for recording Set the picture quality for alarm recording as follows. Set the recording conditions for alarm recording as follows. ALARM REC MODE SET Setting alarm recording In order to carry out alarm recording, it will be necessary to ALARM RECORDING ENABLED PICTURE QUALITY...
  • Page 36 MENU-SPECIFIC SETTINGS Setting the alarm interleave Setting pre-alarm recording Set the recording conditions to be used for pre-alarm Select “ALARM INTERLEAVE” from the recording as described below. ( P. 11) pull-down menu on the screen. ALARM REC MODE SET [Settings] ( indicates default setting) Setting Description...
  • Page 37: Display Set

    MENU-SPECIFIC SETTINGS Setting alarm triggers 10. DISPLAY SET Set the alarm triggers (i.e., launch signals) that constitute Set conditions for the display of data on the unit’s monitor operation conditions for alarm recording as follows. by selecting “ON” or “OFF” for each item. ALARM REC MODE SET DISPLAY SET ALARM RECORDING...
  • Page 38: Buzzer Set

    MENU-SPECIFIC SETTINGS 11. BUZZER SET To sound a buzzer on the PC Create a folder named “BUZZER” within the root Set a warning buzzer to sound for alarms or when the hard directory of the PC’s C drive. disk space reaches zero as described below. Within this folder, save the sound to be used as a buzzer in .wav format and with the name Select “ON”...
  • Page 39: Hdd Set

    MENU-SPECIFIC SETTINGS 12. HDD SET 13. NETWORK SET This screen provides information regarding the hard disk. Network settings must be made in advance on the unit whenever it is to be controlled via a network. Once this has been done, settings can then be changed from the HDD SET controlling PC.
  • Page 40: Rs-485 Set

    MENU-SPECIFIC SETTINGS (5) PASSWORD SETTING 14. RS-485 SET This item allows you to set a password for each different user level. This screen displays settings relevant to the unit’s User level interfaces. User name LIVE RS-485 SET PLAY Usable menus * DATA SPEED : 19200 STATUS INFO : ON ALARM INFO : ON...
  • Page 41: Mask Set

    MENU-SPECIFIC SETTINGS 15. MASK SET 16. POWER LOSS/USED TIME Use the following procedure to set video from individual Check the date and time of power losses and the amount cameras to be masked by a gray pattern when it is not of hard disk usage as described below.
  • Page 42: Dvr Viewer

    Decompress the downloaded DVR Download the latest version from the company homepage Viewer and double-click the [Setup.exe] listed below. icon. Sanyo website URL: http://www.sanyosecurity.com The installation wizard starts. Operating environment The following operating environment is required in order to use the DVR Viewer.
  • Page 43: Opening And Closing Dvr Viewer

    DVR VIEWER Opening and closing DVR Viewer Closing DVR Viewer Click the close button in the top-right corner of the program window, or select [Exit (X)] from the [File (F)] menu to Opening DVR Viewer close DVR Viewer. From the Start menu, select [Programs] → [DVR Viewer] →...
  • Page 44: Menu Structure

    DVR VIEWER Menu structure Opening files The basic menus for DVR Viewer are located on the menu When DVR Viewer is opened, you can open files to be bar and tool bar in the upper-left of the window. Click a played back by the following procedure.
  • Page 45: Viewing Images

    DVR VIEWER Viewing images When image files are opened, the images that have been loaded appear. The display window consists of a main window and a thumbnail window, and you can use various operations in these windows such as a slideshow. Time 01/ 01/ 2004 10:15:10 stamp...
  • Page 46 DVR VIEWER (3) Control panel This is used for playback operations in the main window and to adjust the images. (10) 01/01/2004 10:15:10 (11) (12) (13) (14) (1) [TOP] (9) IMAGE SIZE (Default setting: 1) Moves to the start of a slideshow. The display size for images in the main window can be set to one of five sizes.
  • Page 47: Printing Images

    DVR VIEWER To display titles Printing images To display titles for the images being printed, select [Title Specified images can be printed as full screens together Input (T)...] from the [File (F)] menu to display the Title with date and time information. Input dialog box.

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