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NETWORK VIDEO RECORDER
VR-N1600U
VR-N1600E
VR-N900U
LIVE/BROWSE
OPERATE
SELECT
REC CONTROL
PTZ/PRESET
SERIAL
CANCEL
ZOOM OUT
Please read the following before getting started:
Thank you for purchasing this JVC product.
Before operating this unit, please read the instructions
carefully to ensure the best possible performance.
For Customer Use:
Enter below the Serial No. which is located on the
body.
Retain this information for future reference.
Model No.
VR-N1600U/VR-N900U
Serial No.
WARNING
ALARM
HDD
LOCK
FUNCTION
SEARCH
KEY
ZOOM IN
INSTRUCTIONS
ALARM CLEAR
REC/STOP
STOP(PB)
PLAY
VR-N1600U/E (A)
VR-N900U (B)
REV
FWD
SKIP
VR-N1600U/E
VR-N900U
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  • Page 1

    CANCEL ZOOM OUT ZOOM IN Please read the following before getting started: Thank you for purchasing this JVC product. Before operating this unit, please read the instructions carefully to ensure the best possible performance. For Customer Use: Enter below the Serial No. which is located on the body.

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    IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS...

  • Page 3

    SAFETY PRECAUTIONS (for USA) Please use this unit in an appropriate power source. Veuillez employer cette unité dans une source d'énergie appropriée. (VR-N900U)

  • Page 4: Safety Precautions

    SAFETY PRECAUTIONS PRECAUTIONS WHEN MOUNTING RACK CAUTION ● Do not install the VR-N1600U/E/VR-N900U to the rack in places where ambient temperature becomes 40˚C or more. ● When rack mounting, keep the internal temperature of rack assembly 40˚C or less. ● When using rack mount, keep the clearance between the rack and the rear of unit 150mm or more. ●...

  • Page 5

    INFORMATION (FOR CANADA) RENSEIGNEMENT (POUR CANADA) This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003. Cet appareil num rique de la Class A es t WARNING (FOR EUROPE): This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.

  • Page 6

    SICHERHEITSVORKEHRUNGEN (for Germany) Benutzen Sie bitte diese Maßeinheit in einer passenden Energiequelle.

  • Page 8

    SICHERHEITSVORKEHRUNGEN (for Germany)

  • Page 9

    E/VR-N900U 1600E/VR-N900U E/VR-N900U. 1600E/VR-N900U E/VR-N900U E/VR-N900U VIII...

  • Page 10: Getting Started

    Page or item to refer to. Content of this Manual ● The copyright of this manual belongs to JVC. Reproduction or copy of this manual, in part or in whole, without the prior consent of JVC is strictly prohibited.

  • Page 11

    Software portion of JVC's NVR product. 5. Miscellaneous. You acknowledge that the Software is embedded in JVC's NVR products, and you may not make copies of the Software. If necessary for backup and archival purposes, please contact JVC.

  • Page 12: Getting Started

    Microsoft Software License Terms for: Windows XP Embedded Runtime These license terms are an agreement between you and JVC. Please read them. They apply to the software included on this device. The software also includes any separate media on which you received the software.

  • Page 13

    You are responsible for obtaining any licenses required for use of these protocols to access other software. ● Remote Boot Feature. If the JVC enabled the device Remote Boot feature of the software, you may (i) your server and to deploy the software on licensed devices as part of the Remote Boot process; and (ii) use the Remote Boot Installation Service only for deployment of the software to devices as part of the Remote Boot process;...

  • Page 14

    To be valid, this label must be affixed to the device, or included on or in JVC s software packaging. If you receive the label separately, it is not valid. You should keep the label on the device or packaging to prove that you are licensed to use the software.

  • Page 15

    Liability Limitations. You can recover from Microsoft and its affiliates only direct damages up to two hundred fifty U.S. Dollars (U.S. $250.00). You cannot recover any other damages, including consequential, lost profits, special, indirect or incidental damages. This limitation applies to: ●...

  • Page 16: Table Of Contents

    Getting Started Contents Getting Started Features ... 2 Contents ... 8 Precautions for Proper Use of this Product ... 10 Part Names and Functions (VR-N1600U/E) ... 12 Part Names and Functions (VR-N900U) ... 16 Rear Panel Terminals ... 20 Camera Control Terminal (VR-N900U) ... 21 Differences when operating VR-N1600U/E and VR-N900U ...

  • Page 17

    Applications Main Menu List ... 68 List of Menu Screens ... 68 Unit Setting 1 ... 69 Unit Setting 2 ... 72 OS Setting ... 73 Image Server Setting ... 76 Auto Detect Setting ... 80 Camera Record Setting ... 83 Optional Installation ...

  • Page 18: Precautions For Proper Use Of This Product

    HDD may affect its subsequent use even when the UPS is connected. JVC shall not be held responsible for the compensation of losses incurred in the event that recording or playback fails due to defects in this unit or its hard disk drive.

  • Page 19: Software Installation

    The condition may also be improved by adjusting this unit. For details, consult our authorized dealers or JVC service centers. This unit comes with a high-precision hard disk device. Be careful not to exert vibration or impact on this unit when handling it.

  • Page 20: Part Names And Functions (vr-n1600u/e)

    Getting Started Part Names and Functions (VR-N1600U/E) Front LIVE/BROWSE OPERATE SELECT REC CONTROL PTZ/PRESET SERIAL CANCEL [OPERATE] Button/Indicator Switches operation on or off. Press the button to turn operation AONB and hold down the button to turn operation AOFFB. The indicator blinks while the recorder is starting up or shutting down.

  • Page 21

    Memo : ● The manual recording mode executes recording from all cameras regardless of the settings in the [Camera Record Setting]. Recording is carried out in accordance with the frame rate selected in [Camera Record Setting]. (A Page 83) [STOP(PB)] Button Stops playback when you press this button in the playback mode.

  • Page 22: Part Names And Functions

    Getting Started Part Names and Functions (VR-N1600U/E) (continued) Rear Panel POWER [POWER] switch Switches the power on or off. Memo : ● Be sure to press and hold down the [OPERATE] button on the front panel to shut down the system before switching off the power supply.

  • Page 23

    Rear I/O Terminals Input ports [ALARM IN 1 to 8] alarm input terminals 1 to 8 Alarm recording is activated when signals are input to these terminals. [EMERGENCY] emergency input terminal Recording is activated in all cameras when a signal is input to this terminal.

  • Page 24: Part Names And Functions (vr-n900u)

    Getting Started Part Names and Functions (VR-N900U) Front Panel [OPERATE] Button/Indicator Switches operation on or off. Press the button to turn operation AONB and hold down the button to turn operation AOFFB. The indicator blinks while the recorder is starting up or shutting down. [REC CONTROL] Button/Indicator Switches the recording control mode on or off.

  • Page 25

    [SEARCH] Button Displays the date and time search screen when in the playback mode. (A Page 40) [KEY] Button When [KEY] button is pressed while pressing [FUNCTION] button, key operation on front panel will be disabled. (Key locked mode) To disable, perform same procedure again. Press to display or hide the Asoftware keyboardB.

  • Page 26

    Getting Started Part Names and Functions (VR-N900U) (continued) Rear Panel [POWER] switch Switches the power on or off. Memo : ● Be sure to press and hold down the [OPERATE] button on the front panel to shut down the system before switching off the power supply.

  • Page 27

    Rear I/O Terminals Input ports [ALARM IN 1 to 4] alarm input terminals 1 to 4 Alarm recording is activated when signals are input to these terminals. [EMERGENCY] emergency input terminal Recording is activated in all cameras when a signal is input to this terminal.

  • Page 28: Rear Panel Terminals

    Getting Started Rear Panel Terminals Rear I/O Terminals Terminal [ALARM IN] Name of Input Event Alarm IN 1 to 8 Falling (VR-N1600U/E) Alarm IN 1 to 4 Falling (VR-N900U) Memo : ● Set the impedance at the output end to 10 kK or lower. [EMERGENCY] [ALARM RESET] Memo :...

  • Page 29: Camera Control Terminal (vr-n900u)

    Camera Control Terminal (VR-N900U) Use connection cables according to the table below. Also make sure that you read through the instruction manual of the equipment to be connected. Signal (D-sub 9 pin, male) Differences when operating VR-N1600U/E and VR-N900U The name of control buttons and operating methods may vary between VR-N1600U/E and VR-N900U.

  • Page 30: Operation Lock

    Getting Started Operation Lock VR-N1600U/VR-N1600E/VR-N900U is equipped with an operation lock feature to prevent the system from being turned off accidentally as well as unauthorized recording operations. Setting Operation Lock Press and hold the [FUNCTION] button, and press the [KEY] button at the same time ●...

  • Page 31: Selecting A Language

    Selecting a Language The [Language Setting] screen appears when you start up this unit for the first time. Select the language to use using the steps below. Select a language ● Use the [2/D] or [10/0/E](8/E) button to select a language. Use the [SKIP] button to select [OK], followed by pressing the [16/ENTER](ZOOM IN/ENTER) button...

  • Page 32

    Getting Started During Initial Startup (Continued) Automatic Registration of Cameras (continued) Use the [SKIP] button to select [OK], followed by pressing the [16/ENTER](ZOOM IN/ENTER) button ● The [Configure Device] screen appears. Enter the password for the network camera ● Press the [KEY] button to display the software keyboard. (A Page 28) ●...

  • Page 33

    Use the [7/B](5/B) button to display the list of cameras Use the [10/0/E](8/E) button to select a camera Use the [SKIP] button to select [Settings...], followed by pressing the [16/ENTER](ZOOM IN/ENTER) button ● The [Camera Settings] screen appears. Speedup Settings Recording Settings Set the display rate for live images...

  • Page 34: Preparation

    ● Connect the time server to the LAN2 network. ● Purchasing additional camera licenses enables the VR-N1600U/ E(A) to handle simultaneous recording up to 32 channels. For details, please consult your nearest JVC dealer. Speaker (with built-in amplifier) AUDIO OUT...

  • Page 35: Clock Display

    Note : ● Do not connect LAN1 to the internet. If the internet is busy or the relay equipment fails, you may not be able to save important camera images. To maintain full recording capacity, it is recommended that a dedicated network be used. Be sure to connect the LAN1 camera network to the same segment.

  • Page 36: Character Input And Mouse Pointer

    Preparation Character Input and Mouse Pointer You can input characters and move the mouse pointers in two different ways. ● Operate using the buttons on the front panel. ● Operate by connecting a mouse (sold separately). Memo : ● Connecting a mouse eases the specification of complex settings as well as input of characters.

  • Page 37: Changing Monitor Resolution

    Changing Monitor Resolution You can switch the resolution of the VGA output using the following procedures. ● Press and hold the [FUNCTION] button, and press the [14/ ZOOM OUT](ZOOM OUT/CANCEL) button at the same time. BPressing the button each time increases the resolution value. ●...

  • Page 38: Basic Operation

    Basic Operation Switching the Power On/ Switching the Power On Connect the power cable ● Connect using the power cable supplied to an AC100V (50 Hz/60 Hz) outlet. Turn AONB the power switch at the rear panel. ● A system check will run when the power is turned on. ●...

  • Page 39: Login

    Login If [Auto Logon] is set to AoffB, the [Login] screen appears after operation has been turned on. (Default setting: AonB) [Logon] Screen Memo : ● You can specify the [on]/[off] setting of [Auto Logon] in [Unit Setting 1] of the main menu. (A Page 69) Enter the password using the keypad, and press the [16/ENTER](ZOOM IN/ENTER) button ●...

  • Page 40: Opening The Main Menu

    Basic Operation Opening the Main Menu The following are procedures to open the main menu, which is used for specifying various settings. Note : ● The input ports do not operate when the main menu is displayed. Inputs such as alarms will also be ignored when the main menu is displayed.

  • Page 41: Nvr Viewer

    NVR Viewer ● You can view live and recorded images using the NVR Viewer. ● NVR Viewer can also be used for remote surveillance of this unit from a PC. (A Page 126) ● Some of the NVR Viewer features may vary during remote surveillance from a PC. [Live] Tab View List [Views] Section...

  • Page 42: Viewing Live Images Via Front Panel Control

    Basic Operation Viewing Live Images via Front Panel Control This section describes the procedures for viewing live images by using the front panel of this unit. Memo : ● To operate by connecting a mouse (sold separately), refer to [Viewing Live Images via Mouse Control] (A Page 36). [LIVE/BROWSE] Button [SELECT] Button Keypad...

  • Page 43: Operating The Camera

    [Live] Screen Event indicator (Left: yellow) Lights up when events specified in the [Camera Record Setting] occur. The indicator appears black if event indication has not been specified for the camera in question, or if no specified event has occurred. Motion indicator (Center: red) Lights up when motion is detected.

  • Page 44: Viewing Live Images Via Mouse Control

    Basic Operation Viewing Live Images via Mouse Control This section describes the procedures for viewing live images by controlling the mouse. Displaying the [Live] Screen Select [Live] from the main menu ● The NVR Viewer starts up and the [Live] screen appears. ●...

  • Page 45: Viewing Images Using The Ptz Features

    Memo : ● When you have selected a camera, the blue bar at the top of each live image changes to a lighter blue tone. This bar comes with a tri-color square indicator, which indicates the following features, as well as characters that indicate the operating status of the camera.

  • Page 46: Using Preset Positions

    Basic Operation Viewing Live Images via Mouse Control (continued) Viewing Images Using the PTZ Features (continued) Digital Zoom By selecting the [Digital Zoom] check box in the [PTZ Control] section, you are able to use digital zoom on images from any camera displayed in the view.

  • Page 47

    Memo : ● If you have selected a camera for which an audio source has been set on the [Camera Settings] screen of [Camera Record Setting], the preset audio sound is being output. (A Page 55) ● If you have selected a camera for which an audio source has not been specified, the most recently selected audio source will be continuously output.

  • Page 48: Playing Back Recorded Images Via Front Panel Control

    Basic Operation Playing Back Recorded Images via Front Panel Control This section describes the procedures for viewing recorded images using the front panel of this unit. [LIVE/BROWSE] Button/Indicator Keypad/Indicator WARNING LIVE/BROWSE OPERATE ALARM SELECT LOCK REC CONTROL PTZ/PRESET キーロック FUNCTION SEARCH ALARM CLEAR SERIAL...

  • Page 49: Playing, Skipping And Stopping Recorded Images

    Playing, Skipping and Stopping Recorded Images Control using the [PLAY], [SKIP], and [STOP(PB)] buttons. Control using the [PLAY], [SKIP], and [STOP(PB)] buttons on the front panel Playing Back Press the [PLAY] button ● Playback starts from the date/time indicated on the [Master Time] of [Time Navigation].

  • Page 50: Playing Back Recorded Images Via Mouse Control

    Basic Operation Playing Back Recorded Images via Mouse Control This section describes the procedures for viewing recorded images by controlling the mouse. Notes: ● The recording frame rate may decline when you are using the [Browse] screen. ● When access to the hard disk occurs frequently, such as when recording and playback of recorded images are performed simultaneously, the playback image may pause and the audio sound may be interrupted.

  • Page 51: Select A View

    Select a View For details on the view settings, refer to [Screen Setup] (A Page 60). Select a view from the [Views] section, or from the view list at the upper end of the window Note : ● Do not switch the view frequently within a short time interval. ●...

  • Page 52: Searching Recorded Image Using The Timeline Browser

    Basic Operation Playing Back Recorded Images via Mouse Control (continued) Searching Recorded Image Using the Timeline Browser You can search recorded images using the Timeline Browser to the right of the [Browse] screen. The vertically extended timeline shows the recording status and the number of cameras that can be displayed in the NVR Viewer.

  • Page 53: Searching Recorded Image From The Alert List

    Searching Recorded Image from the Alert List A list of recorded images is displayed for each [Alart], such as when motion is detected (A Page 105). Double-click the [Alerts] bar on the [Browse] screen Click [ ] on the [Alerts] list and select an event from the list ●...

  • Page 54: Playing, Skipping And Stopping Recorded Images

    Basic Operation Playing Back Recorded Images via Mouse Control (continued) Playing, Skipping and Stopping Recorded Images Use the [Time Navigation] of the NVR Viewer to perform playback, stop, and skip operations. Browse Button NVR Viewer [Time] Slider [Playback] Slider Play Button The buttons and sliders have the following functions.

  • Page 55: Listening To Audio Sound

    Listening to Audio Sound To listen to recorded audio sound, select the required audio source from the [Audio Source] list of the [Audio] section. To temporarily mute the live audio sound, select the [Mute] check box. NVR Viewer [Browse] Screen Select Note : ●...

  • Page 56

    Basic Operation Writing Images/Audio Sound to CDs, DVDs and Other Media (Export) (continued) Burning a CD/DVD (continued) Select the export format if you have selected [AVI/JPEG Export...] ● Select either [AVI] (movie clip) or [JPEG] (still image). ● Select whether to add time stamps to the exported images.

  • Page 57

    Specify the export destination To write data to a CD/DVD, select [CD]. [CD] Check Button Click [Export] ● Export begins to prepare for writing data to the CD/DVD. When export is complete, connect the CD/DVD drive to this unit Press and hold the [FUNCTION] key in front, and press [4] on the keypad ●...

  • Page 58: Deleting Temporary Files (operation On The Unit)

    Basic Operation Writing Images/Audio Sound to CDs, DVDs and Other Media (Export) (continued) Deleting Temporary Files (Operation on the Unit) Select the temporary files you want to delete from the data list. Click the [Erase Sel Data] button A [YES] or [NO] message asking you whether to delete the selected data appears.

  • Page 59: Operation From A Surveillance Computer

    Operation from a Surveillance Computer Follow the same procedures for [Burning a CD/DVD] from Steps 1 to 9. (A Page 47) Specify the export destination Desktop Use this to export to the desktop. Path Use this to export to a selected folder. Click [Export] ●...

  • Page 60: Recording Camera Images

    Basic Operation Recording Camera Images Recording Modes There are four different recording modes. ● Recording Control Mode ● Manual Recording Mode ● EXT REC IN Signal Recording Mode ● Emergency Recording Mode Recording Control Mode (A Page 53) This mode performs recording according to the [Camera Record Setting].

  • Page 61: Selecting The Recording Control Mode

    Selecting the Recording Control Mode In order to record in the recording control mode, you need to specify the scheduler settings (A Page 53), image recording settings (A Page 55), picture (A Page 58) in the main menu [Camera Record Setting]. Press and hold down the [REC CONTROL] button while camera recording is stopped ([REC] indicator is off).

  • Page 62

    To check the detailed schedule, enlarge the day of week area of the calendar. Mode [JVC VN-E4]Camela1 Select the [Online] check box Specify the date to switch online in the calendar section ●...

  • Page 63: Specifying Image Recording Settings

    Camera/Alert Scheduler Screen Copy Enables you to copy the schedule displayed in the calendar section. Schedule Paste Pastes the schedule copied using [Copy Schedule]A to the selected camera. Schedule Copy and Pastes the schedule displayed in the calendar section to all cameras. Paste to All Close Exits the [Scheduler...] screen.

  • Page 64: Settings

    Basic Operation Recording Camera Images (continued) Settings : Factory settings) Item Preset Values Speedup Settings Frame Rate Live Settings Frame Rate Same as recording ● Same sa speedup Camera Show Motion Monitor Show Regions Setup Update on motion only ● Disabled Audio Audio1 Source...

  • Page 65

    Item Preset Values ERecording Settings (continued) Enable speedup On motion On event When to store Always images in Never database Conditionally F Datebase Settings G Motion Detection Settings Motion Detection.. Motion Color.. Enables you to specify whether to execute recording with a higher maximum frame rate when motion is detected or when an event occurs.

  • Page 66: Setting Picture Quality

    Basic Operation Recording Camera Images (continued) Settings (continued) Item Preset Values H Exclude Regions Settings Exclude Regions... Region Color... I PTZ Preset Positions... J Outputs... K Event Notifications... L Image Quality... Note : ● When the recording program (recording server) is operating, the [PTZ Preset Positions...] button is disabled. To stop the recording server temporarily, press the [Service Manager...] button on the [Camera Record Setting] screen, followed by clicking the [Pause] button.

  • Page 67: Specifying Audio Recording Settings

    Specifying Audio Recording Settings Select [Camera Record Setting] from the main menu ● The [Camera Recording Administator] screen appears. Memo : ● You can also specify audio settings using the following operation. Click the [+] mark beside the device with an audio source Select the audio source and right-click on it.

  • Page 68: Renaming Cameras And Assigning Camera Numbers

    Basic Operation Recording Camera Images (continued) Renaming Cameras and Assigning Camera Numbers Select a camera name and right-click on it, followed by clicking [Edit] ● The Camera Name and Number editing screen appears. Item Camera Name Displays the name of the camera. You can overwrite the existing name with a new one.

  • Page 69: Creating Groups And Views

    Creating Groups and Views Creating a Group Select [Screen Setup] from the main menu ● If the [Live] or [Browse] screen is displayed, you can also click on the [Setup] tab using the mouse. Main Menu Select the root folder in which you want to create a new group [Create New Group] Button Click the [Create New Group] button in the...

  • Page 70

    Basic Operation Screen Setup (continued) Creating Groups and Views (continued) Enter a name for the new view ● Next, add cameras to the view. (A Page 63 [Adding Cameras to a View]) Renaming a Group/View Select the group or view that you want to rename in the Views section.

  • Page 71: Adding Cameras To A View

    Adding Cameras to a View Select a view ● The layout of the selected view appears. Click the [+] mark to the left of [Server] under [System Overview] ● A list of available cameras appears. Camera List Select the camera you want to add from the list, and drag the camera name over the screen of the view on the right ●...

  • Page 72: Using Your Views On Different Computers

    Basic Operation Screen Setup (continued) Adjusting Camera Settings (continued) Item Description Sound on Enables notification with a simple alert sound when events related to the selected camera Event occur while viewing images from the camera on the [Live] screen. To use this feature, you need to configure the event notification setting.

  • Page 73

    Click and drag the [Carousel] icon in the [System Overview] section to the position that you want to set in the view [NVR] Camera3 [NVR] Camera4 Release the mouse button at the position [NVR] Camera3 [NVR] Camera4 Select the preset carousel position and specify its properties in the [Properties] section ●...

  • Page 74: Adding Hot Spots (enlarged Images)

    Basic Operation Screen Setup (continued) Adding Hot Spots (Enlarged Images) The selected camera within the view is displayed in the hot spot designated position. Setting the hot spot in a larger position, such as in [1] of the [1+7] view, displays an enlarged image when the hot spot is selected.

  • Page 75: Using The [html Page]

    Using the [Html Page] Click [Html Page] under [System Overview] [Screen Setup] Screen [Html Page] Drag and drop at the required position using the mouse. The [Open URL] screen appears. Type in the URL and click [OK] Select [Html Page] under [Views], and specify the properties in the [Properties] section Item Description...

  • Page 76: Applications

    Applications Main Menu List List of Menu Screens (A Page 85) (A Page 69) (A Page 72) (A Page 111) (A Page 116) (A Page 73) (A Page 115) (A Page 117) (A Page 60) (A Page 129) (A Page 36) T VR-N1600U/E only (A Page 80) (A Page 76)

  • Page 77: Unit Setting 1

    Unit Setting 1 Unit Setting 1 enables you to specify settings related to this unit, including account configuration, error recovery, and serial port configuration. Item Preset Values Password Current Password New Password Password(reenter) ● Select check Auto Logon Do not select check box Change Live viewing...

  • Page 78

    Applications Main Menu List (continued) Unit Setting 1 (continued) Item Preset Values Error Report ● Select check box Dialog Do not select check box ● Select check box Mail Do not select check box Record Control ● Select check box ON at startup Do not select check box...

  • Page 79

    Item Preset Values Serial(VR-N900U) Speed Speed 1800 2400 4800 9600 19200 38400 Data Lenght Parity NONE EVEN Stop Bit Encode Mode Variable File Size (VR-N900U) Average File Size Constant File Size ● Select check box Interpolate Do not select check box Mail Send List List Input...

  • Page 80: Unit Setting 2

    Applications Main Menu List (continued) Unit Setting 2 Item Preset Values HDD meter Display at startup Select check box ● Do not select check box Clock setting Display at startup Select check box ● Do not select check box Display at date Select check box ●...

  • Page 81: Os Setting

    OS Setting Enables you to specify settings related to the OS, including network, time, and volume settings. You may need to reboot your computer depending on the settings. Network Adapter This section enables you to specify settings such as the IP address of this unit. The camera network and Intranet of this unit are configured with a different IP address.

  • Page 82

    Applications Main Menu List (continued) OS Setting (continued) When specifying LAN2 (Intranet) settings Item Preset Values VR-1600/VR-N900: Intel 8225xER PCI ANetwork adapter Adapter interface name VR-N1600U/E(A): Realtek RTL8168C(P)/ (continued) 8111C(P) PCI-E Gigabit Ethernet NIC#2 Obtain an IP Select check box ●...

  • Page 83

    Other Settings Item Preset Values Day and Time Properties Automatically Select check box ● Do not select synchronize with an Internet server check box Server NTP Polling Interval Date Time ● VR-1600U: Time Zone (GMT-05:00) Eastern Time ● VR-1600E: (GMT) Greenwich Mean Time Volume Properties ●...

  • Page 84: Image Server Setting

    Applications Main Menu List (continued) Image Server Setting This section enables you to specify settings for connecting this unit to a computer, and for displaying the [Live] and [Browse] screens. The distribution settings are also applied to operation on the [Live], [Browse], and [Screen Setup] screens of this unit.

  • Page 85

    Item Preset Values Server Configuration ● Server Name ● 80 Port Enable Outside IP Select check box ● Do not select Address check box Outside address Outside Port Local IP Ranges... ● 11 Max,number of clients User Administration User Setup... User VR-N1600U/E:vr-n1600 VR-N900U:vr-n900...

  • Page 86

    Applications Main Menu List (continued) Image Server Setting (continued) Item Preset Values B User Administration (continued) User Setup... (continued) Add Windows User... Delete Change password... ● Full access for all Define Username users and Password Restrict user access C Master/Slave Setup Designate as Select check box ●...

  • Page 87

    Item Preset Values D Log Files ● 10 Days to log E Audit Log Enable Audit Select check box ● Do not select Logging check box ● 30 Days to log Minimum Logging Interval In Sequence Timespan F Language Support and XML Encoding Language Traditional Chinese (Big5) Japanese (euc-jp)

  • Page 88: Auto Detect Setting

    Applications Main Menu List (continued) Auto Detect Setting This section enables you to assign an IP address to each camera and configure various auto detect settings. For procedures on using the Auto Detect feature, refer to [Auto Detect Settings] (A Page 113). Item Preset Values IP Lease...

  • Page 89

    IP Lease Parameter ● 192.168.0.100 Start Address ● 20Units Unit 1Unit to 99Units ● 255.255.255.0 Subnet Mask ● 192.168.0.254 Gateway DNS Server ● 192.168.0.253 Primary ● 192.168.0.252 Secondry Domain Name ● No Lease Time Limit ● Only Camera Client Any Client IP Information Reserve MAC Address...

  • Page 90

    Applications Main Menu List (continued) Note : ● When the ADo not detect in the future.B check box on the [Detect Device] screen is selected during automatic detection, the [Detect Device] screen of the said camera will not appear during subsequent automatic detection operations.

  • Page 91: Camera Record Setting

    Camera Record Setting Memo : ● If you are configuring the [PTZ Preset Positions...] settings from the [Settings...] button M, do so after stopping the recording server temporarily using this menu. (A Page 90)

  • Page 92

    Applications Main Menu List (continued) Item Service Manager... Pressing the [Service Manager...] button opens a small [Service Manager] screen, which enables you to pause/resume the ARecording ServerA recording program. Use this feature when you need to pause the program, such as when configuring PTZ cameras.

  • Page 93: Optional Installation

    Optional Installation This section enables you to install camera drivers and additional softwares. Item Information on additional softwares Install Close Insert the flash memory device with the additional software saved in the root folder and select Optional Installation. The additional software will appear in the list. Select the additional software and click [Install].

  • Page 94: Adding Cameras

    Applications Adding Cameras To specify settings on camera connection, you first need to add the required devices, such as network cameras or network encoders (IP video servers), to the system. Devices have their own IP addresses and host names. The system identifies the devices based on their IP address or host name.

  • Page 95: Editing Device Settings

    Editing Device Settings This section describe the procedures to edit the settings of added devices. Select [Camera Record Setting] from the main menu ● The [Camera Recording Administator] screen appears. [Camera Recording Administator] Screen Select a device in the [Device Manager] section, and click the [Edit Device...] button ●...

  • Page 96: Ptz Camera Settings (com1/com2)

    Applications PTZ Camera Settings (COM1/COM2) The [Camera Settings] screen enables you to specify of the information on cameras. The number of configurable parameters available on the [Camera Settings] screen may be limited if the camera does not come with the PTZ features or if the device connected to the network encoder (IP video server) is not a camera.

  • Page 97

    Camera Type For specifying whether the camera corresponding to the selected number is [Fixed] or [Moveable]. Fixed : Fixed Camera Moveable : PTZ Camera This option is enabled only if AMoveableB is selected in the [Camera Type] item E. Device Port For specifying which control port on the network encoder (IP video server) to use for controlling the PTZ features.

  • Page 98: Defining A Preset Ptz Position

    Applications Defining a Preset PTZ Position Stopping the Recording Server Stop the recording server before defining the PTZ camera settings. Select [Camera Record Setting] from the main menu Main Menu [Camera Recording Administator] Screen Click the [Service Manager...] button The [Service Manager] screen appears. [Service Manager...] Screen Click the [Pause] button Note :...

  • Page 99

    Click the [PTZ Preset Positions...] button ● The [PTZ Preset Positions for Device Name] window appears. [PTZ Preset Positions for Device Name] Window Note : ● When using VN-C625U/VN-C655U, the preset position cannot be registered if electronic zoom feature of camera is functioning. Please take note that no error message will be displayed in such case.

  • Page 100: Defining A Preset Position

    Applications Defining a Preset PTZ Position (continued) Defining a Preset Position Display the [PTZ Preset Positions for Device Name] window (A Page 90) [PTZ Preset Positions for Device Name] Window Move the camera and determine the position using the [PTZ View] Select an item in the [Preset Positions] list to register the preset position to.

  • Page 101: Auto Ptz Patrolling

    Auto PTZ Patrolling PTZ patrolling is a feature that enables automatic movement of a PTZ camera between several preset positions. Display the [PTZ Preset Positions for Device Name] window (A Page 90) [PTZ Preset Positions for Device Name] Window Click the [Setup...] button of [Patrolling] ●...

  • Page 102

    Applications Defining a Preset PTZ Position (continued) Auto PTZ Patrolling (continued) Specifying Patrol Timing Select the patrol scheme that you want to define from the [Patrol scheme] list Specify the duration (seconds) for the PTZ camera to stop at each preset position in the [Stay at each position in the patrol schedule(in seconds)] field Specify the time required for the PTZ camera to...

  • Page 103: Camera Input/output Port And Events

    Camera Input/Output Port and Events The input/output port is the input/output terminal that is found on each device registered with this unit. You can register the input port as [Input events], and the output port as [Outputs...]. A registered input/output port can be linked to an event as described below.

  • Page 104

    Applications Camera Input/Output Port and Events (continued) I/O Settings (continued) Specifying an Input Event Select the camera for specifying the event from the [Defined events] list on the [I/O Setup] screen [I/O Setup] Screen Click the [Add new event...] button ●...

  • Page 105: Input/output Terminal On Rear Panel

    Input/Output Terminal on Rear Panel ● The audio input acts as a network device in the VR-N1600U/E system, and the device name assigned to it is ANVRB. The input/ output terminals on the rear panel have been assigned to the ANVRB device by default.

  • Page 106: Specifying An Output

    Applications Camera Input/Output Port and Events (continued) Specifying an Output Select the camera for specifying the event from the [Defined events] list on the [I/O Setup] screen Click the [Add new output event...] button ● The [Add New Output] screen appears. [Add new output] Screen Specify the output connection destination, output holding time, and output name...

  • Page 107: Configuring Event Buttons

    Item Description Polling For some devices, the surveillance system may need to check the status of their input Frequenc ports in order to detect whether input has been y[1/10sec] received. These regular status checks are called ApollingB. The [Polling Frequency[1/10sec]] field enables you to specify the interval between status checks.

  • Page 108: Specifying Generic Events

    Applications Camera Input/Output Port and Events (continued) Specifying Generic Events What is a generic event? This is a function that uses TCP or UDP protocol communication as an input event for this unit. When character strings in the communication data received by the unit matches the predetermined conditions, the corresponding generic event is triggered.

  • Page 109

    Notification settings Item Description Send e-mail if this Select this check box to send an e-mail alert event occurs when an event occurs. Include image Select this check box to attach the currently from camera recorded images to the e-mail when the input event is triggered.

  • Page 110: Event Notification Settings

    Applications Camera Input/Output Port and Events (continued) Event Notification Settings When a specific event occurs, this can be indicated using yellow color in the title bar area at the top of the live image display screen. The yellow indicator lights up when the specified event has occurred, the red indicator lights up when motion has been detected, and the green indicator lights up when images are received from a camera.

  • Page 111: Camera Output Settings

    Camera Output Settings You can assign external outputs specified on the [I/O Setup] screen to a camera, such as sounding of a siren or switching on of lights. ● The assigned outputs can be triggered automatically when motion is detected, or manually by pressing the output buttons. ●...

  • Page 112: Motion Settings

    Applications Motion Settings Note : ● Before configuring the motion detection settings, it is recommended that you complete the settings related to image resolution, compression, and motion detection exclusion areas. Otherwise, you may need to adjust the sensitivity level in the motion detection settings again when you change the picture quality and set the exclusion areas at a later date.

  • Page 113

    Specifying Motion Detection Motion detection enables you to specify the timing to transfer images from the camera, generate alerts, and trigger external outputs (lights or sirens). Note : ● This feature is essential to the system’s operation. In order to avoid unnecessary alerts during application, it is recommended that you specify the settings for each camera carefully.

  • Page 114: General Settings

    Applications General Settings Use [Camera Record Setting]-[General Settings] to specify general settings related to the system, such as e-mails. [General Settings] Screen Note : ● Do not use the [Enable Protection]/[Chenge Password...] function in the [Administrator Settings]. Item Description Milestone Settings for using Milestone XProtect Central by Milestone Systems.

  • Page 115: E-mail Settings

    E-mail Settings [E-mal setup] Screen Item Enable E- mail(Monitor) Recipient(S) Sender Settings Subject text Message text For specifying the message text. Time btw.mail(min utes) Include Image Memo : ● You can send a test e-mail by clicking the [Test] button. If the e- mail address of the sender is not registered with the mail server of the recipient, the [The mail address of the sender is not valid.

  • Page 116: Archiving

    Applications Archiving With the archiving feature, you can store recorded images up to the maximum available capacity of the hard disk. By default, recorded images received from cameras are stored in the database for each camera, and data is automatically archived when the database is full.

  • Page 117: Precautions When Changing Nas Archive Settings

    Setting Items and Buttons Item Description Time to add For specifying the archiving time. Adds the archiving time specified in the [Time to add] field to the [[Daily archiving times] K list. Delete Removes a selected archiving time from the list.

  • Page 118: Database Settings

    Applications Database Settings This section enables you to specify the database settings. Select a camera from [Main Menu]-[Camera Record Setting]- [Device Manager], and select -[Settings...]. Memo : ● Recorded image data is referred to as the database in this manual. The recorded images are saved as database.

  • Page 119: Flash Memory Utility

    Flash Memory Utility You can save set values to flash memory devices or retrieve data from them. Select [Flash Memory Utility] from the main menu ● The [Flash Memory Utility] screen appears. [Flash Memory Utility] Screen Save Setting Date The following are procedures to save the preset data in the flash memory device.

  • Page 120

    Applications Flash Memory Utility (continued) Reading Preset Data This section describes procedures for reading the preset data from the flash memory. Insert the flash memory device into the [SERIAL] terminal on the front (rear) panel Select [Load Setting Data] ● If data is stored on the flash memory device, a list of data stored in the device will appear in the preset data list.

  • Page 121: Auto Detect Settings

    Auto Detect Settings This section enables you to assign an IP address to each camera and configure various auto detect settings. Specifying IP Lease For configuring the function to assign IP addresses to each network camera. Note : ● In order to assign an IP address of the network camera using the IP Lease feature, you need to enable the DHCP of the network camera.

  • Page 122

    Applications Auto Detect Settings (continued) Using the Auto Detect Feature The Auto Detect feature enables automatic detection of network cameras. Memo : ● When multicast packets are configured such that they do not pass through the network equipment, such as a switching hub, the Auto Detect of the camera may not function properly.

  • Page 123: Language Setting

    Language Setting This option enables you to specify the language you want to use. Memo : ● The functions and GUI (graphical user interface) are the same as the [Selecting a Language] (A Page 23) screen that is displayed when this unit is first switched on. Exit NVR Viewer Select [Language Setting] from the main menu ●...

  • Page 124: Hdd Utility

    Applications HDD Utility This feature enables you to check the status of the hard disk, and format (initialize), or defragment (eliminate fragmented space) it. The [Progress indicator] shows the progress of formatting and defragmentation. [HDD Utility] Screen Select [HDD Utility] from the main menu ●...

  • Page 125: Restoring Default Settings

    Item Description Details Click this option to display the [Advanced] screen. You can specify the settings when archiving to NAS or the built-in HDD on this screen. NAS User Settings User name For specifying the user name for connecting to NAS. Password For specifying the password for connecting to NAS.

  • Page 126: Distribution Settings (details)

    Applications Distribution Settings (Details) User Administration This section describes procedures to configure user accounts and rights. User Settings After the [User Administration] screen appears, you are able to define individual users and their passwords. There are two ways to add new users. vr-n1600 ●...

  • Page 127

    Select the user for which user right is to be specified from the [User] list Select the user’s global rights (not restricted by cameras) in the [Global User Rights] list Item Description View Live Enables you to view live images. Browse Enables you to play back recorded images.

  • Page 128: Master/slave Settings

    Applications Distribution Settings (Details) (continued) Master/Slave Settings This section enables you to add/delete NVR units as the slave server. To use an NVR unit as the master server, you need to select the [Designate as Master Server] check box and register slave servers using the steps below.

  • Page 129: Connecting To A Computer

    Connecting to a Computer The following operations are possible when you connect this unit to a computer. ● Viewing live images on the computer ● Controlling network cameras on the computer ● Viewing recorded images on the computer Note : ●...

  • Page 130

    Applications Connecting to a Computer (continued) Select the network to which NVR is connected Right-click and select [Properties] Check to ensure that both the [Cliant for Microsoft Networks] and [Internet Protocol(TCP/ IP)] check boxes are selected Select [Internet Protocol(TCP/IP)] and click the [Properties] button Select [Use the following IP address] Set [IP address] to 192.168.1.11...

  • Page 131

    Install the NVR Viewer on the Computer Note : ● Before installing, check to ensure that Microsoft. NET Framework 2.0, DirectX 9.0 or later versions, and Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 or later versions are already installed on the computer. If any of these are not installed, installation of the NVR Viewer may fail.

  • Page 132

    Applications Connecting to a Computer (continued) Installation complete ● Installation ends and a shortcut to the ANVR ViewerB is created on the desktop. Login to the NVR Viewer Double-click the NVR Viewer shortcut on the desktop ● When using Windows Vista, right-click the icon and select ARun as administratorB to activate NVR Viewer.

  • Page 133

    Login to NVR Viewer (Continued) Specify your login information in the following fields ● VR-N1600U/E ● VR-N900U User name :vr-n1600 User name : vr-n900 Password :vr-n1600 Password :vr-n900 Item Description Server For specifying the IP address and port number of this unit. (For example, in the case address of [http://192.168.1.253:80], [:80] is the port number.)

  • Page 134

    Applications Connecting to a Computer (continued) Uses of the NVR Viewer For uses of the NVR Viewer, refer to the following pages. [Viewing Live Images via Mouse Control] (A Page 36) [Playing Back Recorded Images via Mouse Control] (A Page 42) [Screen Setup] (A Page 60) Exiting/Logging Out of the NVR Viewer [Log Out] Button...

  • Page 135: Audio Transmission Application Control (vr-n1600u/e)

    Audio Transmission Application Control (VR-N1600U/E) Audio sound input (such as from a microphone) to the [AUDIO IN 1] terminal is sent to a camera that supports bidirectional audio, and output to the speakers connected to the camera. Preparation Connection Refer to [System Connection Example] (A Page 26) to connect the microphone to the microphone amplifier or mixer, and connect the output to [AUDIO IN 1] on the rear panel...

  • Page 136

    Applications Audio Transmission Application Control (VR-N1600U/E) (continued) Press the [Disconnect] button to disconnect the camera Memo : ● Cameras that are not registered in [Camera Record Setting] of the main menu cannot be selected. ● If the audio setting of the camera is set to the half duplex mode, you will not be able to hear audio sound from the camera when in the AConnectB status.

  • Page 137: Event Audio Settings (vr-n1600u/e)

    Event Audio Settings (VR-N1600U/E) This feature plays back a specific audio file from the designated destination on the camera or this unit when a generic event registered with this unit is triggered or when alarm signals are input to the rear terminal. The Event Audio Settings screen enables you to configure the above setting as well as other settings related to the event audio feature.

  • Page 138: Audio Copying

    Applications Event Audio Settings (VR-N1600U/E) (continued) Audio Copying This feature enables you to copy (register with this unit), delete, perform test play, and record audio files used on the [Event Audio Setting] screen. Format supported is G711 μ-law monaural sound. Playback time up to 300 seconds is supported.

  • Page 139: Setting Copy

    Setting Copy This feature copies the settings of event audio associated with an event (audio file name, destination of transmitted audio file, number of deliveries) to another event. Select the event to copy settings to (existing settings are overwritten) from the [Audio playing for] list on the [Event Audio Setting] screen Click [Setting copy] ●...

  • Page 140: Communication Settings

    Applications Event Audio Settings (VR-N1600U/E) (continued) Communication Settings To make use of the event audio feature, you need to receive the communication data for triggering the generic event issued by an external device using the event audio program, and transfer it to the alert port of this unit.

  • Page 141: Hdd Meter

    HDD Meter You can display the free space and usage rate of the specified hard disk drive on the screen. Displaying the HDD Meter Press and hold the [FUNCTION] button, and press the [8] keypad button at the same time to display the HDD meter on the top right corner of the screen [HDD Meter] Screen...

  • Page 142: Setting Snmp

    Applications Setting SNMP When SNMP is enabled, the status of this unit can be monitored from the SNMP manager of the surveillance computer. The MIB extension information (JVCNVRMIB.txt) must be registered to the SNMP manager. Insert a commercially available flash memory device into the serial terminal Select [Unit Setting 2] from the main menu [Main Menu List] Screen...

  • Page 143

    List of Status that can be Obtained from this Unit iso(1) - org(3) - dod(6) - internet(1) - private(4) - enterprises(1) - jvc(718) - nvr(916) - nvrObjects(1) Group Identifier Current Value nvrStausGroup(1) Warning List nvrWarningGroup(2) 1.1.1 1.1.2 1.1.3 1.1.1 Camera List nvrCameraGroup(3) 1.1.2...

  • Page 144: Others

    Switch on the power of the UPS, followed by the power of this unit Note : ● Consult your nearest JVC dealer or service center for details on the types of UPS that can be used. ● Make sure that the UPS communication cable is connected before switching on the power of this unit.

  • Page 145: Nas

    Note : ● Consult your nearest JVC dealer or service center for details on the type of external hard disk drive that can be used. ● When an additional hard disk is connected, several seconds of the recorded image may be lost during archiving.

  • Page 146: Special Key Operations

    Others Special Key Operations Combining a Button with the [FUNCTION] Button [FUNCTION] + [REC CONTROL] Displays the main menu. (A Page 32 [Opening the Main Menu]) [FUNCTION] + [LIVE/BROWSE](VR-N1600U/E) [FUNCTION] + [ALARM CLEAR] + [SELECT](VR-N900U) Reboots the NVR Viewer internal distribution server. (A Page 33) [FUNCTION] + [KEY] Locks/Unlocks the panel operation.

  • Page 147: Recording Before/after Occurrence Of Event Or Motion

    Recording Before/After Occurrence of Event or Motion You can record images before and after the occurrence of an event or motion when recording in the recording control mode (A Page 53). Motion or event Stopped Records for set time before Records for set time after Set time Go to [Settings] (A Page 56), and select...

  • Page 148

    Others PTZ Camera Control (continued) Pan/Tilt : Tilts the camera upwards : Tilts the camera downwards : Pans the camera to the right : Pans the camera to the left Zoom : Zooms out : Zooms in Iris : Opens the iris : Closes the iris Focus : Sets the focus to a distant position...

  • Page 149: Display And Saving Of Maintenance Information

    Display and Saving of Maintenance Information This section describes procedures for displaying various information. Press and hold the [FUNCTION] button, and press the [6/HOME](5/HOME) keypad button at the same time ● The [Maintenance Information] screen appears. Item Description Power Failure The power failure history appears.

  • Page 150: Export Viewer

    Others Export Viewer You can view data exported to a USB memory device, CD-R/RW, or DVD/R-RW on the computer. Starting the Export Viewer Insert the USB memory device containing the exported data into the USB port of the computer ● The USB memory device is automatically recognized by the computer as a removable disk.

  • Page 151

    Viewing Exported Data Viewing Data on a Specific Date/Time Using Date/Time Selection Click the [K] button for date selection ● A calendar appears. Select a specific date from the calendar ● Image on the selected date appears. Click the [K] button for time selection, and select a specific time ●...

  • Page 152: Customizing Joystick Settings

    Others Customizing Joystick Settings Click the [K] button at the top right corner of the screen Select [Joystick Setup] from the menu that appears Select a joystick from the selected joystick list Specify the settings for each axis in the [Axis Setup] section Z-axis X-axis...

  • Page 153: Configuring Nas

    Configuring NAS Click [HDD Utility] under [Main Menu] (A Page 116) ● The [HDD Utility] screen appears. Click [Details] Enter the [User name] and [Password] that are configured on the NAS device for access to NAS in [NAS User Settings], and click [Set] Enter the IP address and shared name of the NAS device in the format of A shared nameB in the [Address] field under [NAS...

  • Page 154: Recording Time Schedule (vr-n1600u/e)

    Others Recording Time Schedule (VR-N1600U/E) The actual recording time varies according to the camera settings, input image content, and condition of the hard disk. Use the tables below as a guide to the recording time. ● 16 Channel Recording/No Audio Recording/No Additional HDD Image Data/Image [kB] Size...

  • Page 155

    ● 8 Channel Recording/No Audio Recording/No Additional HDD Image Data/Image [kB] Size Picture 32.0 Quality 24.0 Settings 20.0 16.0 QVGA 27.0 15.0 ● 8 Channel Recording/2 Channel Audio Recording/No Additional HDD Image Data/Image [kB] Size Picture 32.0 Quality 24.0 Settings 20.0 16.0 QVGA...

  • Page 156

    Others Recording Time Schedule (VN-N900) The actual recording time varies according to the camera settings, input image content, and condition of the hard disk. Use the tables below as a guide to the recording time. 9 channel recording without audio recording or additional HDD upgrade Image Data/Image Size...

  • Page 157

    4 Channel Recording/No Audio Recording/No Additional HDD Image Data/Image Size [kB] Picture Quality Settings QVGA 4 Channel Recording/2 Channel Audio Recording/No Additional HDD Image Data/Image Size [kB] Picture Quality Settings QVGA 4 Channel Recording/No Audio Recording/Additional HDD (1 TB x 1 Unit) Image Data/Image Size...

  • Page 158: Default Value List

    Others Default Value List Scheduler [Scheduler Setting] (A Page 53) Online Enable speedup E-mail Patrolling Camera Settings [Edit Device...]-[Settings] (A Page 56) PTZ Camera Section Some of the connected cameras are Pna/Tilt/Zoom cameras Camera Type Camera Settings [Specifying Image Recording Settings] (A Page 55) Speedup Settings Frame Rate Frame/...

  • Page 159

    Motion Detection [Specifying Motion Detection] (A Page 105) Sensitivity Motion Sensitivity General Settings [General Settings] (A Page 106) Milestone XProtect Central Settings Enable Milestone XProtect Central Connections Patrolling Settings Resume Patrol after Manual or Event PTZ(sec.) Logfile Settings Logfile Path Days to log Event Recording Settings Path...

  • Page 160

    Others Default Value List (continued) Unit Settings 1 [Unit Setting 1] (A Page 69) Password Auto Logon Live Live viewing Auto Start Error Report Dialog Mail Record Control ON at startup Mail Server SMTP Server POP Server SMTP Authentication Emergency Record Time of Record Encode Mode (VR-N900U) Encode Mode...

  • Page 161

    OS Settings [OS Setting] (A Page 73) Network Adapter Interface Name Intel 82566DM Gigabit Network: LAN1 (Camera Network) (VR-N1600U/E) Realtek RTL8168C(P)/8111C(P) PCI-E Gigabit Ethernet NIC: LAN1 (Camera Network) (VR-N1600U/E(A)) Realtek RTL8169/8110 Family Gigabit Ethernet NIC: LAN1 (Camera Network) (VR-N900U) Obtain an IP address automatically IP address Subnet Mask Default Gateway...

  • Page 162

    Others Default Value List (continued) Auto Detect Settings [Auto Detect Settings] (A Page 113) IP Lease IP Lease Parameter Start Address Unit Subnet Mask Gateway DNS Server Primary Secondry Domain Name Lease Time Limit Client Reserve MAC Address Distribution Settings [Distribution Settings (Details)] (A Page 118) Server Configuration Name Port...

  • Page 163

    User Administration (Distribution Settings A Page 118) VR-N1600U/E User vr-n1600 Administrator VR-N900U User vr-n900 Administrator HDD Utility (Advanced Settings A Page 116) NAS User Settings Password User name Auto Archive Enable archiving to internal HDD HDD Meter Option Settings (Advanced Settings A Page 133) Monitor settings Update interval Transparency...

  • Page 164: Troubleshooting

    Check to ensure that the power of the external HDD is switched on. Check to ensure that the connecting cable is properly inserted. If no abnormality is found above, consult your nearest JVC dealer. This is a hard disk (during RAID setting) warning.

  • Page 165: Specifications

    Specifications VR-N1600U/E General Allowable Operating Temperature : 5 I to 40 I Allowable Storage Temperature : -20 I to 60 I Allowable Operating Humidity : 30 % to 80 % Power Supply VR-1600U : AC 120 V, 50 Hz/60 Hz VR-1600E : AC 220 - 240 V, 50 Hz/60 Hz Power Consumption...

  • Page 166: Vr-n900u

    Specifications (continued) VR-N900U General Allowable Operating Temperature : 5 I to 40 I Allowable Storage Temperature : -20 I to 60 I Allowable Operating Humidity : 30 % to 80 % Power Supply : AC 120 H 240 V, 50 Hz/60 Hz Power Consumption : 1.7 A Mass...

  • Page 168

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Vr-n1600u, Vr-n1600e, Vr-n900u

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