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Table of Contents

1. Introduction
1-1 Safety Warning .............................................................................................
1-2 Features .......................................................................................................
1-3 Specifications ................................................................................................
2-1 Package contents ...........................................................................................
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2-3 Rack mount installation ....................................................................................
2-4 RS232 /RS485 Remote protocol ..........................................................................
3-1 Install HDD ....................................................................................................
3-2 Front panel keypad .........................................................................................
3-3 Back panel connection .....................................................................................
3-4 Menu setup ....................................................................................................
3-5 System setup .................................................................................................
3-6 Search setup ... ..............................................................................................
3-7 TIMER setup (Schedule Time-Lapse record mode setup )...........................................
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3-9 Camera setup ................................................................................................
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4-1 Power on ......................................................................................................
4-2 Recording ......................................................................................................
4-3 Camera Select (1-16) ............ .............................................................................
4-4 Select....... ......................................................................................................
4-5 Picture in Picture.................................................................................................
4-6 Zoom ............................................................................................................
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4-8 Video Loss .....................................................................................................
4-9 Key Lock ..........................................................................................................
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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents 1. Introduction 1-1 Safety Warning ………………………………………………………………………………… 1-2 Features …………………………………………………………………………………………. 1-3 Specifications …………………………………………………………………………………... 2. Installation 2-1 Package contents ………………………………………………………………………………. 2-2 Connection ………………………………………………………………………………….…. 2-3 Rack mount installation …………………………………………………………….………….. 2-4 RS232 /RS485 Remote protocol ……………………………………………………………..… 3. Configuration 3-1 Install HDD …………………………………………………………………………………….… 3-2 Front panel keypad ……………………………………………………………………………..

  • Page 2: Safety Warning

    Thank you for choosing this high quality Digital Multiplex Recorder. The DMR converts analog NTSC or PAL video to digital images and records them to a removable hard disk drive. Digitally recorded video has many advantages compared to analog video recorded on tape. There is no need to adjust tracking.

  • Page 3: Specifications

    Full screen 704(H) x 468(V) <NTSC> / 704(H) x 564(V) <PAL> 4 channels 352(H) x 234(V) <NTSC> / 352(H) x 282(V) <PAL> 9 channels 224(H) x 156(V) <NTSC> / 224(H) x 188(V) <PAL> 1.2.6 Independent main and call monitor outputs allow simultaneous multi-camera or full screen viewing.

  • Page 4: Installation

    Audio input 4 audio inputs, (RCA) Audio output 2 audio outputs, (RCA) Motion Detect Area 15 * 12 targets per camera (NTSC) / 15 * 14 targets per camera (PAL) Motion Detect Sensitivity 256 Levels Video Loss Detection Refresh Rate 72 images/sec.

  • Page 5: Connection

    Connection 2.2.1 Connect with cameras Video Camera Main Monitor . . . Alarm Sensor Video Output Audio Output Alarm Input Audio Input Call Monitor (4 Channels) Rack mount installation Front Angle with Rock Mount Side View with Rack Mount...

  • Page 6: Rs232 /rs485 Remote Protocol

    RS232 Remote Protocol You can use the PC keyboard to simulate DMR keypad. DATA: REMOTE PROTOCOL using 8 bit data 、 1 start bit 、 1stop bit FUNCTION STOP (FFH) (7FH) FUNCTION FUNCTION FUNCTION FUNCTION CODE CODE CODE CODE ASC C C C II II II II FUNCTION FUNCTION FUNCTION...

  • Page 7: Front Panel Keypad

    Item Indicator Power Indicator Green LED HDD Access Indicator Yellow LED 3.1.3 Key lock Status Power Security status status Segment Locked (Irremovable) Unlocked (Removable) You must turn key lock to “ A ” position before powering on the unit. Otherwise HDD will not operate properly.

  • Page 8

    SLOW AVC 776 Digital Multiplex Recorder Right Left SELECT Down POWER MENU ENTER ZOOM 7 8 9 Please follow the instructions below to operate this unit. 1. Install HDD This device equips with a removable hard disk drive tray. Before turning on this device, you must install hard disk drive (not including in standard package), and make it ready to operate.

  • Page 9: Back Panel Connection

    12. POWER : To power on, press power button. To power off, press power button again. 13. FF / Right : FF : Under DMR play mode, it can play video forward at high speed, and press FF again to adjust speed from 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32 times.

  • Page 10

    Connect to CALL monitor. Show the Switch Display. 6. AUDIO OUT (R/L) Connect to monitor or speaker. * IPS should be set to 25A (for NTSC) or 18A (for PAL) 7. AUDIO IN (1-4) Connect to audio source, such as microphone. * IPS should be set to 25A (for NTSC) or 18A (for PAL) 8.

  • Page 11

    the unit starts to record and buzzer. When Menu/ Camera/ Alarm is set up to “High” : When alarm input signal is “ High ”, the unit starts to record and buzzer. PIN 3. ALARM INPUT 6 To connect wire from ALARM INPUT 6 ( PIN 3 ) to GND ( PIN 1 ) connector, DMR will start recording and buzzer will be on.

  • Page 12

    PIN 13. EXTERNAL ALARM NO Under normal operation COM disconnect with NO. But when Alarm triggered, COM connect with NO. PIN 14. PIN OFF PIN 15. ALARM INPUT 7 To connect wire from ALARM INPUT 7 ( PIN 15 ) to GND ( PIN 1 ) connector, DMR will start recording and buzzer will be on.

  • Page 13: Menu Setup

    PIN 21. PIN OFF PIN 22. ALARM INPUT 9 To connect wire from ALARM INPUT 9 ( PIN 22 ) to GND ( PIN 1 ) connector, DMR will start recording and buzzer will be on. When Menu/ Camera/ Alarm is set up to “Low” : When alarm input signal is “ Low ”, the unit starts to record and buzzer.

  • Page 14

    Press ”MENU” to enter main menu. You will need to enter password to access main menu. Press “ Right ” “ Left ” to move digit, and Press ” Up ” “ Down ” to select number. Press ”ENTER” button to confirm password. PASSWORD : 0000 Ex.: PASSWORD : 0000 (Default : 0000) After keying in correct password, and confirm...

  • Page 15

    TIME DISPLAY : Y/M/D 2003-JAN-02(THU) 17:37:09 NEW PASSWORD : XXXX CLEARD HDD : NO SYSTEM RESET : NO REMOTE MODE : RS-232 BAUD RATE : 9600 REMOTE ID : 000 3.5.1 AUDIO INPUT setup: This device allows user to set the AUDIO INPUT. User can choose one of 4 channels to record.

  • Page 16

    3.5.3.4 Press ” MENU ” to exit and confirm current operation. 3.5.3.5 Press ” MENU ” again to exit and close SYSTEM setup mode. 3.5.4 MOTION AUDIBLE ALARM To set the MOTION AUDIBLE ALARM. It will be trigged by motion detection occurrence when the setting is ON.

  • Page 17

    This device allows user to set the title shown on monitor or not. 3.5.8.1 Press ” Up ” or “ Down ” TITLE DISPLAY setup to choose 3.5.8.2 Press ” ENTER ” button to confirm TITLE DISPLAY setup 3.5.8.3 Press ” Up ” or “ Down ” to choose TITLE DISPLAY : ON/OFF ON : Title Display ON OFF : Title Display OFF 3.5.8.4 Press ”...

  • Page 18

    3.5.12.1 Press ” Up ” or “ Down ” to choose CLEAR HDD setup. 3.5.12.2 Press ” ENTER ” to confirm CLEAR HDD setup. 3.5.12.3 Press ” Up ” or “ Down ” to choose CLEAR HDD setup YES or NO. YES: Confirm to clear HDD, and screen will show followings.

  • Page 19: Search Setup

    3.5.15.3 Press ” Up ” or “ Down ” to choose BAUD RATE setup 115200 、 57600 、 19200 、 9600 、 4800 、 3600 、 2400 、 1200 3.5.15.4 Press ” MENU ” to exit and confirm current operation. 3.5.15.5 Press ”...

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    Press ” Up ” or “ Down ” to choose LAST RECORD item. Following screen will be displayed. Press “ ENTER ” to confirm LAST ► LAST RECORD RECORD. FULL LIST ALARM LIST MOTION LIST TIME SEARCH 3.6.2 FULL LIST for recorded video Press ”...

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    Press ” Up ” or “ Down ” to choose ALARM LIST. Following screen will be displayed. LAST RECORD FULL LIST ► ALARM LIST MOTION LIST TIME SEARCH Press “ ENTER ” to confirm FULL LIST, and ►A 2002-JAN-01 01:02:03 M-HDD the following screen will be displayed.

  • Page 22: Timer Setup (schedule Time-lapse Record Mode Setup )

    Press “ ENTER ” to confirm Full List, and the screen will be as right displayed. Press ” Up ” or “ Down ” to choose the wanted date & hour for recorded event , and press “ Left ” or “ Right ” to change the PLAY TIME: 2002-JAN-01 18 location.

  • Page 23: Record Setup

    Daily : Everyday MON : Monday TUE : Tuesday WED : Wednesday THU : Thursday FRI : Friday SAT : Saturday SUN : Sunday MO-FR : Monday to Friday SA-SU : Saturday & Sunday JAN-01 : Special Date OFF : Not activated 3.7.2.3 Press “...

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    Press ”MENU” to enter main menu. You will need to enter password to access main menu. To press “ Left ” or “ Right ” to move digit, and to press ” Up ” or “ Down ” to select number. To press ” ENTER ” button to confirm password.

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    NTSC - 25A 、 15 、 8 、 4 、 2 、 1 PAL - 18A 、 12 、 6 、 3 、 2 、 1 3.8.3.3 Press ” MENU ” to exit and confirm current operation. 3.8.3.4 Press ” MENU ” again to exit and close RECORD IPS setup mode. 3.8.4 RECORD QUALITY setup 3.8.4.1 Press ”...

  • Page 26: Camera Setup

    3.9 CAMERA setup Press ”MENU” to enter main menu. You will need to enter password to access main menu.Press “ Left ” or “ Right ” to move digit, and to press ” Up ” or “ Down ” to select number. To press ” ENTER ” button to confirm PASSWORD : 0000 password.

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    3.9.1.2 Press ENTER : Confirm the channel 3.9.1.3 Press “ Left ” or “ Right ” : Select the location of title (6 characters maximum) 3.9.1.4 Press ” Up ” or “ Down ” : Select the characters for display ( 0~9, A~Z,-, :, (, ), ) 3.9.1.5 Press “...

  • Page 28

    EVENT : when alarm input is triggered, VCR will record alarming channel more frequently. For example : VCR normal record method is 1-2-3-4-5-……-9. In Event mode, when CH01 is triggered, the record method will become 1-2-1-3-1-4-1-5-…-9. NORMAL : when external alarm is on, VCR will record normally as set up. OFF : DMR will not record 3.9.5 Press “...

  • Page 29: Motion Detection Setup

    cameras, but if the motion is detected on Camera #1, the sequence to scan #1 camera will be more frequently. It will be scanning as 1st, 2nd, 1st, 3rd, 1st, 4th...1st, 9th. The motion-detected camera will be scanned more frequently, which will be one after another camera been detected.

  • Page 30: Event

    Figure 1-3 MOTION DETECTION SETUP – 3.11 Event 3.11.1 Enter “ Event “ list Press ”MENU” to enter main menu. You will need to enter password to access main menu. Press “ Left ” or “ Right ” to move digit, and to press”...

  • Page 31: Operation

    After keying in correct password, and confirm by pressing ”ENTER” button, Following screen (MENU) will be displayed. SEARCH ------- find recorded SEARCH list TIMER RECORD TIMER ------- scheduling Record CAMERA RECORD------- Record Mode Setup SYSTEM CAMERA ------- Camera Channel Setup ►...

  • Page 32: Recording

    time, we suggest set the HDD as Master. After set DMR power on, POWER LED will turn to green color. (You can set up HDD to be Master or Slave by jumper setting on HDD.) Recording Your DMR offers a variety of flexible recording modes. You can set it up to record continually, scheduled time, or by record events, and you can also set up recording speed and resolution.

  • Page 33: Camera Select (1-16)

    You can press “REC” to start recording immediately. The recording speed & quality will be followed by “Record” recording mode setup in main menu. Following screen will be displayed. 2002 – JAN –01 01:02:03 M : Manual record ● OW : HDD Over Write 032GB : If the OW location shows 32GB, it means that 32 GB HDD left for video recording.

  • Page 34: Play

    4.6.1 Press the appointed “ Camera Select (1-16) “. 4.6.2 Press “ Zoom “ button to be zoom mode. 4.6.3 Press the “ Zoom ” button again to move the zoom pointer. 4.6.4 Press “ Menu “ to exit. 4.7 Play Press “...

  • Page 35: Key Lock

    KEY LOCK WITH PASSWORD Press “ MENU ” and “ ENTER “ key at same time, Screen will display “ KEY LOCK ” it will be going to the Key Lock function. Press “ MENU ” and “ ENTER “ key again at the same time, key in password and press “...

  • Page 36: Compatible Hdd Brands

    Compatible HDD brands Manufacturer Model Capacity Rotation HITACHI Deskstar 180 GXP (120 GB) 120GB 7200 rpm HITACHI Deskstar 7K250, HDS722516VLAT20 7200rpm 160GB HITACHI Deskstar 7K250, HDS722525VLAT80 250GB 7200rpm Deskstar 120GXP (80GB) 80GB 7200 rpm Deskstar 120GXP (120GB) 120GB 7200 rpm Maxtor DiamondMax 536DX(60GB) 4W060H4 60GB...

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