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Instruction Manual
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    DESA Instruction Manual EN Digital Video Recorders...

  • Page 2: DÉsa Xl

    9. Safety Check - Upon completion of servicing or repairs to the unit, ask the service technician to perform safety checks to ensure proper operating condition. Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

  • Page 3: Safety Precautions

    2. Mechanical Loading - Mounting of the equipment in a rack shall be such that a hazardous condition is not achieved due to uneven mechanical loading. Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

  • Page 4: Fcc Information

    Toutefois, las unidades. l'appareil ne fonctionne réellement que lorsque le commutateur est réglé sur ON. Le débranchement du cordon d'alimentation permet de couper l'alimentation des appareils. Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

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    L'unità è tuttavia in funzione solo quando l'interruttore ON-OFF si trova nella posizione ON. Il cavo di alimentazione costituisce il dispositivo di scollegamento dell'alimentazione principale per tutte le unità. Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Connecting Bosch AutoDomes® ........

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    APPENDIX A ................74 Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

  • Page 8: Product Description

    Data Interface Unit • RS-422 PTZ Data Cable accepts a Biphase output from the DESA • DÉSA Software CD to allow control and configuration of Bosch Dinion and AutoDome cameras using only • DÉSA Remote Client and Pocket PC Software CD...

  • Page 9: User-supplied Components

    SERVICE • Ethernet Cables If the unit ever needs repair service, the customer • PC Speakers should contact the nearest Bosch Security Systems, Inc. • PC Microphone Service Center for authorization to return and shipping instructions. • CD-R, CD-RW Media CD-R, CD-RW, DVD + R, DVD - R, •...

  • Page 10: Installation

    5.2 Front Panel (Inside the DÉSA door) 1 System HDD LED 2 Run LED 3 System Power LED 4 Secondary Power Switch 5 USB Port 6 Floppy Disk Drive 7 Removable OS Drive 8 DVD-writer Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

  • Page 11: Rear Panel

    7 IEEE-1394 Port *NOTE: Twisted shielded cable is required for all 8 Ethernet Port sensor inputs and auxiliary outputs. 9 Audio In (Light Blue) 10 Primary Power Disconnect Switch 11 Power Cord Receptacle Shield Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

  • Page 12: Basic Connections

    1. Top Pin (+) positive 5.5 Connecting Bosch AutoDomes 2. Middle Pin (GND) ground 5.5.1 Requires the Bosch LTC 8786 to convert from RS-232 to Biphase (if used; not 3. Bottom Pin (-) negative supplied).

  • Page 13: Connecting The Watchdog Cable

    COM 1. 5.9.3 Connect the DIN (barrel connector) to the receiver on the Watchdog Card. 5.9.4 Connect the DB-9 connector (with a single cable) to a PTZ converter box (if used). Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

  • Page 14: Initial DÉsa Xl Power-up

    6.2.5 Click Setup and select the Passwords Tab. Enter a new DÉSA User Password immediately. This is covered in SECTION 8.9. NOTE: DO NOT leave the DÉSA XL password as the default. Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

  • Page 15: Initial Power-up Administrative Access

    Windows will logon as the Administrator and immediately prompt for a new password. This is recommended for security reasons. a. Username: Administrator b. New Password: WARNING: If you forget your Windows password, a recovery procedure will be required to reset the default password. Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

  • Page 16: Main Screen

    Displays the current time and date of the Server. NOTE: Do not change the time and date of the server while the DÉSA application is running. Close the DÉSA application before making any changes. (Refer to SECTION 6.3) Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

  • Page 17: Camera Indicators

    The Alarm button on the Main Display flashes when there’s an alarm. Click Alarm to open Log Records and allow comments to be made for each event. 7.13 About Button This button displays the current version of DÉSA Server Software. Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

  • Page 18: Help Button

    The Server Code is found in the top center of the DÉSA ’s main screen, and is used by the remote software to identify each DÉSA System. This code must be seven (7) characters long, and unique for every unit. Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

  • Page 19: DÉsa Xl System Setup Options

    Close. 8.2.3 Close is used to close out of the Setup menus, exiting to the Main Display. 8.2.4 Closing the Setup menu without clicking Save results in no changes being made. Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

  • Page 20: Hardware Setup Tab

    13 uppercase characters or 14 lowercase characters. 8.3.1.4 Sensor associates the physical sensors (alarm inputs) to a specific camera. Multiple sensors can be associated with multiple cameras by separating the sensor numbers by commas i.e. 1,2,3, etc. Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

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    Type: If the PTZ box has been checked for any camera, the type of PTZ protocol to be used can be ® selected. The default is Bosch biphase protocol. NOTE: Biphase and Pelco protocols have been tested and verified. All other protocols have yet to be tested.

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    1-10 presets will appear. Select the preset to be associated with that alarm input. 8.3.5.5 The same preset can be assigned to as many of the cameras or alarm inputs as desired. Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

  • Page 23: Motion Setup Tab

    Select the camera number to be set for motion detection, sensitivity, and individual camera adjustment. 8.4.2 Motion Detection Area Use the mouse to draw the area in which activity is to be detected. Up to five detection areas can be defined for each camera. Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

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    The lower the setting, the blockier (more pixilated) the recording becomes. This also affects file size and recording duration. As quality increases, recording duration decreases, based on hard drive storage capacity. Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

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    Click Default to maximize the total available frame rate to all cameras. Adjust the frame rates by clicking and holding the slide bar, and moving it up or down (system specific limitations may exist). Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

  • Page 26: Schedule Setup Tab

    Simple Mode provides one 24-hour period to schedule all days of the week. All time slots can be adjusted, down to the second or up to an hour, by clicking the desired time frame and moving the slide bar up or down to the desired time. Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

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    24 blocks are available for selection of desired recording type for the time frame. Each block can have a different type of recording set. In Advanced Mode, Advanced Mode can have it’s own times to record or not record. Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

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    There are time settings that increment hourly, up to a 24-hour period. Clicking on a block with this time frame opens a slide bar for adjustment from 1 hour down to 1 second. This provides full 24-hour scheduling flexibility. Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

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    If you set up the schedule for one camera, and want to copy it to either another camera, or all cameras, click Copy to and select the appropriate camera option to copy to. Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

  • Page 30: Screen Division Tab

    Choose one of the selected camera buttons (darkened), otherwise the chosen camera will not display. • Default and Default All Default sets the selected screen division as the default. Default All defaults all screen divisions, without making any selections. Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

  • Page 31: Communications Setup Tab

    There are five (5) bandwidth settings per connection: • 256Kbps • 512Kbps • 768Kbps • 1.5Mbps • 2.0Mbps 8.7.2 Frequency of Call Out: The number of calls, in a 24-hour period, for the system to communicate to a remote location. Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

  • Page 32: Server Information Tab

    NOTES: 1. A transfer time of 0 means the transfer time is unlimited. 2. Transfer time can be 1 to 60 minutes within a 24-hour period. 8.8 Server Information Tab Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

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    Version. 8.8.2.3 Enable Intelli Search Tooltip IntelliSearch is the graphical display shown when using the server search screen. If unchecked, the same type of search display is shown as on the remote. Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

  • Page 34: Password Setup

    Click Import to import a system setup. This may require insertion of removable media, i.e. CD, floppy, etc. Select the file to import, and click OK. Restart the PC or close and restart the DÉSA application. 8.9 Password Setup Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

  • Page 35

    8.9.3 Setup List and Enable Camera • The Setup List shows all functions available to select or deselect, per user. • Enable Camera allows enabling and disabling connected cameras, for live viewing. Note that disabled cameras still record. Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

  • Page 36: Audio Setup Tab

    The Audio playback enabled checkbox allows/disallows playback of the audio. Audio playback must be enabled in order to review audio with associated video. 8.10.2 Camera Select the Camera that is to have the audio recording associated with it. Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

  • Page 37: System Setup Tab

    It is recommended, although not required, that the system be restarted on a regular basis, to free up resources. This will occur weekly. 8.11.2 Watermark Check or uncheck the checkbox to use Watermark, or not. Check Display Watermark protect image for visual indication that watermarking is enabled. Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

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    | Instruction Manual | System Setup Options 8.11.3 Backup Click Backup settings to open the Setup Backup schedule screen. Use this function to set a schedule for the system to backup on a one-time, weekly, monthly, or yearly basis. Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

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    The remote password is the password of the operating system. NOTE: To backup to a remote drive, the remote software must be loaded and running (minimized), for remote connection to occur. Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

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    This port is assigned for communication between the software and the Watchdog Card. It is recommended that this port remain COM1. 8.11.5.2 Video Format Options are NTSC or PAL. Typically, this setting should be NTSC. Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

  • Page 41: Storage Setup Tab

    • Only Allocation buttons for the unallocated space can be modified. • The system must be shut down and rebooted to start modifications. This will delete all previously recorded video and create a new video storage structure. Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

  • Page 42: E-map Setup Tab

    Once the directory is specified, click Go to load the image. NOTES: • The image must be .BMP format. • E-Map can only be used on the local Server; this feature is not available on the remote. Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

  • Page 43: View Log Records Tab

    The system logs all activity by the user that is logged in. Click Export on the View Log Records screen to store events to disk or removable media, in text format, for later review or archiving. Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

  • Page 44: E-mail Setup Tab

    Intelliguard. Sending E-mail for Sensor Select any or all sensors to send an E-mail to if the input is triggered. Video Loss: Notification via email when any camera displays Video Loss. Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

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    Logon Auth.: Authenticates with your ISP login. Logon Auth.: • Logon Plain: Authenticates to the Windows Username and Password. Logon Plain: • User Name: The User Name and Password are those used to access the SMTP Server. Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

  • Page 46: Smart Shield

    EN | 46 DÉSA | Instruction Manual | System Setup Options 8.16 Smart Shield Smart Shield functions are: Surveillance (without POS installed), and Count (only installed with POS). Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

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    Click to delete all areas and selects the entire picture area. 15 Reset Click to remove all items in the picture area. 16 Hide (or Show) Objects Click to display/Hide the pixel detection area. Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

  • Page 48: Video Measure Tab

    (lowest) measurement. Then select the Degrees and Units. If the ruler is to be displayed in Live Mode, select the color of the line to be displayed and recorded on the video, whether it is displayed or not. Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

  • Page 49: Search

    9.2.3 Yellow represents that there is recording for that day, which is the current day, but another day is selected. 9.2.4 White represents that it’s the current day that is recording, and the current day is selected. Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

  • Page 50: Intellisearch Graphical Display

    None – Nothing has been recorded 9.4 Selecting Information Playback To playback video, select the year, month, day, and cameras to view. Click on the approximate time on the graph, and the blue Start bar will move there. Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

  • Page 51: Screen Divisions Icons

    Left-click on the image to pull it full screen. Once the image is full screen you can click on the printer icon and print the picture. Backup Icon Click to display the Backup screen. Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

  • Page 52: Backupscreen

    Select Encrypted to archive clips to some type of media. This option backs up all cameras for the selected time. • AVI backup offloads video clips per camera, in a format readable on most computers. Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

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    Click Select Media to open a drive selection box for selection of local or remote drives. Available drives are listed. NOTE: Remote drive backup requires the remote software to be loaded and running (minimized). Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

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    ALT F to start the format process, or click the menu icon and select Format Disc. When prompted for a label, a maximum of 12 characters, including spaces, can be entered. Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

  • Page 55: Bookmark

    Left-click Goto, then left-click OK to close the box and view the date and time of selected video clip. • Click OK to save the added bookmark. 9.8 Audio Click the Audio icon to disable audio playback or adjust the volume. Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

  • Page 56: Image Enhancement

    Returns the controlled video image (for each button) to its original condition. 9.10 Index Search The Index Search icon selects certain types of recordings that have occurred for each camera. An index of the events that have occurred is displayed. Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

  • Page 57: Index Search Panel

    Toggles the motion grid On and Off. Toggles the selected pixel area marking On and Off. Click Smart Motion Search to open the Smart Search window. • Set the Start Time and End Time and click Start Search icon Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

  • Page 58: Remote Web Viewer

    The Remote Web Viewer provides live video viewing from any DESA with Internet Explorer 5.5 or higher. Connecting To connect, enter the IP Address of the DESA recorder into the URL line of Internet Explorer. The following screen appears, for entry of Site Code, Username, and Password. Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

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    Once connected, the following screen appears. Select the camera(s) for viewing by clicking the appropriate numbered button(s) at the bottom of the screen, and click Live. NOTE: All available cameras will be automatically selected and displayed LIVE. Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

  • Page 60: DÉsa Xl

    • Follow the next installation instructions throughout the DESA Remote Setup screens, clicking Next as required, and Finish when notified of successful completion. • Initial launching of the DÉSA Remote Client Double-click the DÉSA Remote icon on the desktop (also accessible via Start/Programs/Startup). Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

  • Page 61: DÉsa Xl Remote Display

    • MULTI-SITE is only applicable when the remote station is connected to more than one DÉSA Server. This function allows to clicking and dropping cameras from among the various servers, onto the remote view screen. Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

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    Select Drive designates the storage location for recorded video. It is strongly recommended to choose a drive other than the system drive of the Remote Client, to avoid filling up the system drive. Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

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    IMPORTANT: Remember to re-enable the firewall setting after using use of the Remote Client. DÉSA Leaving the firewall disabled may present a risk to the rest of the network. Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

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    Time shown within the video display reflects the time of the search, recorded video searching on the local server, or archives stored on the PC. Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

  • Page 65: Making A Remote Connection

    Connect. NOTE: Connection profile creation is required prior to first time connection, as follows. 10.4.1Creating a connection profile • Click Add on the Connect Site-LAN screen. Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

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    Servers, repeat the prior instructions to create a group. There is a maximum connection limit of 16 DÉSA Local Servers from one Remote Client. There is also a 16 Remote Client connections limit per DÉSA Local Server. Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

  • Page 67

    Camera numbers, then re-click Live. The Receive Status bar shows the progress of the streaming video from the Local DÉSA to the Remote Client. It will flicker faster or slower, depending upon network connection speed. Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

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    6. Skip Frames, increases the speed of playback. Select 1 to skip some of the frames. 7. Delay of Frames slows playback. Increase the delay time to slow playback. Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

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    Camera to be saved in AVI format. 8. Click OK, a small VCR symbol will appear indicating that the backup is in process. This is the only indication of progress during an AVI backup. Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

  • Page 70: Searching Archived Video

    Video option is selected in the Setup Configuration of the Remote Client. 4. Server Search Data is used for searching video from the server. This option must be selected in the Setup Configuration of the Remote Client. Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

  • Page 71: Remote Administration

    E. Color of Motion areas • Full Screen when motion, Dwell Time and No Full Screen • Set Quad Rotation Time • Now Screen (captures current camera image and stores on Remote Client PC) Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

  • Page 72

    Click Package Select and select the location of the latest software, then click OK. Click Start Update to connect to the selected server and start the update process. An update notification is displayed when the process is finished. Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

  • Page 73: Pocket Pc Video Viewer

    NOTE: Make sure that a connection is established with the Wireless Access Point before trying to connect. This requires the Pocket PC to be configured to communicate with the wireless LAN before a connection to the DESA can be established. Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

  • Page 74: Appendix A

    One (1) RS-232 COM Port One (1) RS-422 Connector via Watchdog Card Removable HDD 80 GB Operating System Only (Standard) DVD/CD writer (Standard) Formats IR/IRW One (1) Keyboard Port PS/2 One (1) Mouse Port PS/2 Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

  • Page 75

    ATI Technologies Inc. ® NVIDIA is a registered trademark of NVIDIA Corporation. GeForce is a trademark of NVIDIA Corporation. ® Roxio is a trademark of Roxio, Inc. ® StarTech .com Ltd. Bosch Security Systems | November 17, 2004...

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    © 2004 Bosch Security Systems GmbH 3935 890 48012 04-47 | Updated November 17, 2004 | Data subject to change without notice. DESA is registered by Bosch Security Systems, Inc. in the US Patent & Trademark Office. Roxio is a registered trademark of Roxio, Inc.

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