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Digital Video Recorder

CADVR-1004C/08C/16C
CADVR-1004CK/08CK/16CK
CADVR-4004C/08C/16C
CADVR-4004D/08D/16D

USER MANUAL

 2013 Honeywell International Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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  • Page 1: Digital Video Recorder

    Digital Video Recorder CADVR-1004C/08C/16C CADVR-1004CK/08CK/16CK CADVR-4004C/08C/16C CADVR-4004D/08D/16D USER MANUAL  2013 Honeywell International Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Page 3: Important Safeguards And Warnings

    Important Safeguards and Warnings Thank you for choosing Honeywell VISTA DVRs, for a better understanding of the product, we recommend you read the instruction and safety information before use. This user manual is an operation guide only. It has no implied or stated warranty, or guaranty of the product described herein.
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS INTRODUCTION ............................6 Product Features ........................6 Specification – CADVR-1004C / 08C / 16C ................6 Specification – CADVR-4004D / 08D / 16D ................7 Specification – CADVR-4004C / 08C / 16C ................8 SYSTEM STARTUP ..........................10 Wizard interface ........................10 Administrator Login Interface ....................
  • Page 5 Obtaining Your Network Settings ..................47 Confirm your DVR Connection .................... 48 Port Forwarding Your Router ....................49 Confirm your DVR Remote Connection ................50 CMS: CA-DVR-CS10 ..........................51 Brief introduction ........................51 CA-DVR-CS10 Function ......................52 System running environment and installation ..............52 Operation Guide ........................
  • Page 6: Introduction

    1. INTRODUCTION 1.1 Product Features  H.264 compression  Two USB interface, USB2.0 for data backup, USB1.1 for mouse operation  2 SATA HDD Slot  Special file system for security.  16 bit color translucent user-friendly GUI, with notes for selected menu items ...
  • Page 7: Specification - Cadvr-4004d / 08d / 16d

    1 RJ45,10M/100M 1 RJ45,1000M HDMI & ESATA HDMI & ESATA Working temperature: -10℃~+55℃; Working humid:< 90% Working Environment Storage Temperature:-20℃~+70℃;Storage humid:< 95% Power Supply A/C 110V -240V DC 12V/2A Consumption 7W(without HDD) 15W(without HDD) Device Dimension 315mm(L)x230mm(W)x45mm(H) Weight 1.5KG 1.3 Specification – CADVR-4004D / 08D / 16D Model CADVR-4004D CADVR-4008D...
  • Page 8: Specification - Cadvr-4004c / 08c / 16c

    Via Front Panel Control, USB Mouse, Remote Controller, TCP/IP (Network), Cell Control Applications Phone Interface [Network] ActiveX Base Web Live & Search / VISTA Honeywell CMS Access (Live, Setting, Remote Access Tool Search, Recoding, ETC.) / Cell phone Network Network Service...
  • Page 9 Via Front Panel Control, USB Mouse, Remote Controller, TCP/IP (Network), Cell Control Applications Phone Interface ActiveX Base Web Live & Search / VISTA Honeywell CMS Access (Live, Setting, Remote Access Tool Search, Recoding, ETC.) / Cell phone Network Network Service...
  • Page 10: System Startup

    2. SYSTEM STARTUP SYSTEM STARTUP Power on/off Connect the power plug to the power port on the back of the DVR. The system will automatically run a status check, and will start after few seconds. You will see a wizard interface after the system loading.
  • Page 11: Basic Setup

    2.3 Basic Setup Date/Time, date format, time format, time zone, camera system, language, should be setup according to the user‟s needs, as below: Date/Time Setup: Click calendar and choose the date; Click time, a digital keyboard will appear, and then set to local time. Date Format: Three format types: MM/DD/YYYY, DD/MM/YYYY, and YYYY/MM/DD.
  • Page 12: Network Testing

    2.5 Network testing The system will test your network setup automatically. If a network connection is abnormal, please return to the previous page to correct the settings and then click “Next”. If no testing is required, just click “Skip” to go to the next page, as displayed below: 2.6 DDNS &...
  • Page 13: Record Mode & Record Setup

    PORT SETUP Media Port: one private communication port that between DVR and PC, default: 9000. If this port was occupied by other server port, please change to an idle port. Web Port: Http port, default: 85, if change the web port, like to: 8088, when need to access through browser, need to add the web port after the IP address.
  • Page 14: Hdd Setup

    For ease, setup one channel and then copy to the others, as shown below: 2.8 HDD Setup HDD Information: You can check the HDD capacity and HDD quantity in the HDD setup. HDD Format: tick '√' under format, and then click “Format”. Note: The newly installed HDD must be formatted through our DVR before usage.
  • Page 15 Choose an option below: START: Enter into the menu interface. Zoom of single channel: click and pop-up tick to show the channel to be zoomed. iii. Zoom of quad: click and pop-up choose any four channels to be zoomed. Recovery of 8 channels: click to recover to 8 channels. Settings of color: Open color setup interface (As shown below).
  • Page 16  Choose of relevant channel, "all" refer to all channels, control of the PTZ of relevant channel.  User can control the PTZ up, up left, down, right down, left, left down, right, right up or stop turning; turning speed(ranging from "1-39"), zoom, focus, and iris of PTZ can be adjusted.
  • Page 17: Gui Menu Operation

    3. GUI MENU OPERATION Click “START” to enter the login interface, insert the Device ID, the default Device ID is “0”. The initial user name is: admin with no password, but if you setup a password during the setup wizard, you now need to input your password here. Operation of menu Enter the menu: the icon will be highlighted when the cursor moves onto the icon, click to enter.
  • Page 18: Basic

    DISK: Display the HDD state and format the HDD. INFORMATION: Display of the current configuration parameter, you can check: system information, network information, user information and video settings information. MAINTENANCE: Firmware can be upgraded; the frequency and schedule of upgrading can be setup. VII.
  • Page 19: Date/time

    recover to default settings, and click “Exit” to the return. 3.1.2 DATE/TIME Date/Time setup  Date/time: Click the calendar beside the date setup box, and select the date; Click the time setup box and click to input.  Date format: Select “MM/DD/YYYY” 、 “YYYY-MM-DD” 、 “DD/MM/YYYY” from the drop-down box.
  • Page 20: Display

     Enable: Mark enables the use of the DST setup.  Mode: Select “Week” or “Date” from the box.  Offset: time period ahead or delayed, Select “One hour” or “Two hours” from the box.  Start time: It can be set according to the DST Note: Click “Apply”...
  • Page 21: Record

     Overlay: Click “Setting “and select one CH. Select “Time overlay “and “Name overlay”. Click “Default” to cancel.  Copy CH: Copy one CH setting to another CH. Auto Sequence In auto sequence mode, the display automatically switches between stencil 1x1, stencil 2x2, stencil 3x3 to custom viewing mode every dwell time(0~300).
  • Page 22  CH: Order of the DVR channel  Enable: click to enable the basic setting  Audio: click to enable audio recording  Mode: Click “Always” or “Time recording” to make the DVR record when start up or recording according to the set schedule. ...
  • Page 23: User

     CH: Order of the DVR channel  Set the mode of recording.”Manual” ”Normal” ”Alarm”  Double click the recording schedule; the “schedule” window will pop up. You can set the recording schedule here.  Copy CH: Copy one CH setting to another CH. 3.1.5 USER...
  • Page 24  Create User: Create a new User and configure authority Basic information: fill in the User name, Password, Retype password, User type, Binding Client MAC, MAC.  Authority: Select the Authority for this user.
  • Page 25: Advance

    3.2 ADVANCE Click “Advance setting” on the master menu 3.2.1 ALARM Motion Alarm will be in triggered when there is movement in the detecting area  CH: Order of the DVR channel  Enable: Click to enable the basic setting. ...
  • Page 26 Copy: For ease, setup one channel and then copy to the others.  Trigger: The processing for alarming, click “settings” display as below: i. Trigger recording: Place a check mark '√' for the channel you need to trigger, when there is alarm on the setting channel, will trigger to other channels. ii.
  • Page 27  ID: Sensor ID.  Enable: Place a check mark '√'  Type: N.O (Normal open) & N.C (Normal close) 2 options.  Name: Input your own name for the sensor.  Schedule: From Monday to Sunday, 0:00 to 24:00, setup alarm for time periods (time period cannot cross a day), double click on the time to enter the time period setup.
  • Page 28 i. Trigger recording: Place a check mark '√ ' for the channel you need to trigger, when there is alarm on the setting channel, will trigger to other channels. ii. Snapshot: Place a check mark '√ ' in front the channel, when the setting channel has alarm, will snap a picture.
  • Page 29  CH: DVR channels.  Trigger: The processing for alarming, click “settings” display as below: i. Trigger recording: Place a check mark '√' for the channel you need to trigger, when there is alarm on the setting channel, will trigger to other channels. ii.
  • Page 30 ix. Pre-record: Click the inverted triangle, options: None/ 5s/ 10s x. Trigger PTZ: None/ Cruise line/ Preset point xi. Attention: Click “Apply” after setup. Camera block: Alarm when the camera was covered.  CH: DVR channels.  Enable: Place a check mark '√' ...
  • Page 31 i. Trigger recording: Place a check mark '√' for the channel you need to trigger, when there is alarm on the setting channel, will trigger to other channels. ii. Snapshot: Place a check mark '√' in front the channel, when the setting channel has alarm, will snap a picture.
  • Page 32: Network

     HDD invalid: “Enable/Disable” 2 options, setup according to the user needs.  HDD full: “Enable/Disable” 2 options, setup according to the user needs.  Trigger: Choose the channels need to be triggered  IP address conflict: “Enable/Disable” 2 options, setup according to the user needs. ...
  • Page 33 mask correctly.  Obtain DNS server address automatically  Use the following DNS sever addresses: Preferred DNS server: fill in the DNS you get from your Internet Service Provider (ISP). Alternate DNS server: fill in the DNS you get from your Internet Service Provider (ISP). Attention: Click “Apply”...
  • Page 34 Port  Media Port: one private communication port that is between the DVR and PC, the default is Port: 9000. If this port is occupied by another server port, please change to an idle port.  Web Port: Http port, default is Port: 85, if a change of the web port is required, like to example Port: 8088, the user will need to add the new port after the IP address when accessing the DVR via the web.
  • Page 35: Comm

    All the setup here is for network transfer.  CH: All DVR channels.  Enable: Place a check mark '√' which means use sub-stream for network transfer.  Resolution: QCIF/CIF  Frame rate: PAL system: 1 to 25; NTSC system: 1 to 30. ...
  • Page 36 Attention: Click “Apply” after setup. E-MAIL  E-MAIL: Enable/ Disable  Sending interval: Immediately/ 30s/ 1 min/ 3min/ 5 min/ 10 min.  Mail server (SMTP): Put your email server address.  Port: Default is 25, if not, contact with your email server provider. ...
  • Page 37: Search

    3.2.4 P.T.Z  CH: All DVR channels.  Enable: Place a check mark '√' when one channel connects to PTZ.  Protocol: Pelco-D/Pelco-P/ Pansonic/Sony/Samsung/ Philips…etc.  Baud rate: 1200/ 2400/ 4800/ 9600  Address: Input the address you get from PTZ parameters. Copy: For ease, setup one channel and then copy to the others.
  • Page 38 The left side shows the calendar, the right side displays the playback time zone. Green color means normal recording, red color means alarm recording, and black color (back ground color) means no recording. On the time line, there is a time bar that you can drag to any time you want to playback.
  • Page 39: Disk Management

    Control buttons:  Click “PLAY/STOP”, “STEP”, “FAST FORWARD”, “FAST BACKWARD” and “SLOW” to do corresponding operation.  Drag the slider to adjust volume, if you don‟t need audio, click the speaker to mute.  Clicks “X” to exit playback interface. 3.4 DISK MANAGEMENT Click “HDD”...
  • Page 40: System Information

    3.5 SYSTEM INFORMATION After enter main menu, move cursor to INFORMATION and click it. 3.5.1 DEVICE INFORMATION  Device Name: The name given to DVR  Device ID: The ID of DVR  Serial NO: Serial number of DVR  Firmware Version: The firmware version of DVR ...
  • Page 41: Network

    3.5.2 NETWORK User can check all of information of LAN, PPPoE, 3G after connected DVR.
  • Page 42: Online

    3.5.3 ONLINE Shows the online user name, IP add, log in time and connection statues 3.5.4 RECORD Shows the Channel#, resolution, frame fate, quality and date per hour. 3.6 DEVICE MAINTENANCE After enter main menu, move cursor to MAINTENANCE and click it. 3.6.1 BASIC Upgrade the device firmware or Standby or Reboot the system;...
  • Page 43  If choose “every month”, then the date will be shown in drop-box. Set the date and time to auto maintenance.  If choose “Every week” in drop-down box, the seven days of a week shows behind it, then edit the time fix an auto maintenance time this week ...
  • Page 44: Settings

    FIRMWARE UPGRADE  Copy the firmware to a blank USB drive.  Insert USB drive to the USB port of DVR  Enter DVR-MENU-ADVANCE-SYSTEM MAINTAINANCE  Click SYSTEM UPGRADE. It will scan the USB Drive and start the upgrade. Don‟t pull out the USB drive during upgrading.
  • Page 45 IMPORT settings: copy the system setting to this device Load factory default: contains system setting, display setting, device maintenance, alarm setting, network application, date and time, recording, User, network, and PTZ. Just click the one you want to load factory default and then apply it. NOTE: you can click the button ALL or CLEAR to select all the items above or clear it all.
  • Page 46: Logout

    3.7 LOGOUT Enter main menu, move cursor to LOGOUT icon and then click it, the NOTE window pops out, if you are sure to logout just click YES, then the main menu locked, the password is needed if you want to enter it again.
  • Page 47: Network Setting For Remote Control

    4. NETWORK SETTING FOR REMOTE CONTROL The following steps will guide you through the steps necessary to access your VISTA DVR remotely via internet. Before proceeding, please connect your DVR to your router and obtain a computer that is connected to the same router. And make sure that your computer can access internet.
  • Page 48: Confirm Your Dvr Connection

     If there is a reply the address is already in use  If there is no reply (request timed out, destination host unreachable) the address is available for use.  You have found an available address in the same sub-net, you can assign this address (Static Address) to the DVR.
  • Page 49: Port Forwarding Your Router

    Users need to input http://192.168.15.145:85 to access the DVR  Internet Explorer will prompt you to install the ActiveX control.  Click and install the ActiveX control.  The user login interface will be displayed as shown: User can select language, input correct user name and password to log in IE interface. After successful log in, the following interface will appear.
  • Page 50: Confirm Your Dvr Remote Connection

    Although this site doesn‟t specifically show port forwarding for DVRs, it can still be useful.)  Once you have accessed the router successfully, follow the steps to guide yourself to the port forwarding interface. Once in the interface forward the following ports: http port and client port.
  • Page 51: Cms: Ca-dvr-cs10

    5. CMS: CA-DVR-CS10 5.1 Brief introduction VISTA CA-DVR-CS10 features multiple functions like: monitor the devices management and remote control. The system supports multiple sites, various devices. Users can watch the real time video, track the historic video, and operate the remote control and remote settings. Typical application as follows VISTA CA-DVR-CS10 armed with great expansibility and flexibility, it can manage DVR devices under a PC directly.
  • Page 52: Ca-dvr-cs10 Function

    5.2 CA-DVR-CS10 Function  Multi-level user permission management  Multi-channel image simultaneous viewing, inspection, playback, capture  Remote backup, parameters setup, recording control remotely, PTZ control remotely  Sites management  Image is clear and recording is stable 5.3 System running environment and installation This system can run under WINXP/WIN7/VISTA, resolution requests 1024X768,DirectX need 8.1 higher.
  • Page 53: Operation Guide

    5.4 Operation Guide 5.4.1 Firmware Login After the installation of the firmware, enter the login interface. The initial user name is: admin, no password. 5.4.2 Introduction of the window 1- Area of listed device 2- Area of video 3- list of main function 4- Buttons of PTZ operation 5- Area of information 5.4.3 Add a device...
  • Page 54 Operation of groups In order to facilitate the management of a large number of devices, you can put devices into different groups. Add a group: Click the add button under the list of the devices, input the name of the device, and click OK.
  • Page 55: Live Video

    5.4.4 Live video Open video Open the video by double clicking the device in the list or right click menu in the video window Splitting windows, click different splitting windows buttons to split the windows into 3、 4、 6、 9、 10、 16、 36、 64. Double click can maximum this window Splitting windows.
  • Page 56: Snapshot

    Audio Click the following buttons to switch on or off the audio Switch on the Audio, Switch off the Audio 5.4.5 Snapshot Click to snapshot a picture. The picture will be saved in your PC and the following windows will be pop up 5.4.6 Channel Group 5.4.7 Patrol After adding some channel groups and making your loop plan, select some of the added...
  • Page 57: Icon Function Explanation

    channel groups and add it to the right table. After selecting the loop plan in the list, click the to start or stop the patrol. 5.5 ICON Function Explanation Click the buttons on the right of the main interface for PTZ, playback, color adjustment.
  • Page 58 PTZ - COLOR ZOOM - ZOOM IN + IRIS - IRIS IN + FOCUS - FOCUS + AUTO STOP MINIMIZE LOCK EXIT Double click the device in the device list, search the video file, the date in red in the calendar shows there are video files of the day.
  • Page 59: System Setup

    Introduction of the playback control buttons: Pause /continue playback Stop playback, exit the playback window Playback slow down Playback acceleration Playback the next frame Jump back 5 seconds Audio control button Image capture Zoom in of time bar Zoom out of time bar 5.6 System Setup Click the right side of the main interface button into the system setup window.
  • Page 60: Remote Setup

    Record setup: Disk setup of local video record. Permission Settings: Add a user and setup the permission. Alarm Setting: Set alarm type 5.7 Remote Setup Click the remote setup button on the right side of the main interface to enter the remote setup interface.
  • Page 61 Display settings: Setup the channel name, time/channel name overlay and Mask area. Record settings: Setup the channel resolution, frame rate, quality, record mode and record schedule. User settings: Delete and add users...
  • Page 62 Alarm settings: Setup the alarm schedule and tirgger. Network setup: Setup Lan and ADSL, and port mapping COMM: Choose the domian name server.
  • Page 63: Log

    System Manage: Disk management, P.T.Z settings and system maintenance. 5.8 Log All types of operation show in log...
  • Page 64: Ddns Remote Control

    6. DDNS REMOTE CONTROL Honeywell VISTA provide www.reelink.net to our customer for free domain, Reelink is an Intelligent monitoring and management software that used for monitoring & management of the various device and remote images; it works as a server and solves the problems like network settings complicated and free domain instability.
  • Page 65 Single user: Supports one DVR series No. Log in, insert DVR series No. and DVR password (with setup of password before) Senior user: To manage more devices' users, insert user name and password to log in. User Register: Please register before use log in first time. Follow the instruction and read the protocol carefully.
  • Page 66: Device Remote View

    6.2.2 Device Remote View Here you can find GROUP and DEVICE, which all added in DEVICE MANAGEMENT. Double click the device to view remotely. Picture shows below: Green: device on line, Gray: device off line 6.2.3 DEVICE MANAGEMENT Group Adding group: To add sub-group, select main-group, input the sub-group name and save.
  • Page 67: User Management

    iii. Deleting sub-group: User can delete any sub-group except the center main-group which cannot be deleted. If the group deleted has sub-groups, the sub-groups were deleted either. Device Adding device in specific group, please refer to the following image Select the group (the device belongs to), device name, serial Number of DVR, user name and password, clicks save.
  • Page 68 Add role, then add page, confirm the name of role, and choose main role, tick the permission of this role(Group permission, means this role manages which groups 【the devices submit to the group】; Operation permission, means the permission of operation function), save to complete this role adding.
  • Page 69: Log Quires

    Select the role, fill in the User and Password (the user and password is for the login the system), email is necessary and convenient for the pickup in case of password missing. Save and finish the adding of users. Red*:Indicate it is necessary. ...
  • Page 70: Personal Information

    Select caste, User ect. Then click Search, a log will be listed in the below area. 6.2.6 PERSONAL INFORMATION The name Telephone, Email address ect can be Modified. But caste, account and authority is not allowed to be modified. Click “Save” and a box will be pop up if modified successfully. 6.2.7 EDIT PASSWORD Input the old password (the current password) and the new password.
  • Page 71: Exit

    6.2.9 EXIT...
  • Page 72: Cadvrview Mobilephone Remote Control

    7. CADVRView MOBILEPHONE REMOTE CONTROL 7.1 Function Description CADVRView mobile phone remote surveillance firmware supports:  Device live view, zoom image, flips the channel, switch of the screen anyway.  PTZ control, zoom function.  Local record, multi-screen capture, audio output. ...
  • Page 73: Device Management

    CADVRView interface provide 2 type login methods: Normal DDNS Server Following description is introducing the operation of normal type access. DDNS access, if user already registered and uploaded device in reelink.net, input same user name and password, device will automatically list in CADVRView. Please refer DVR user manual chapter 6: DDNS Remote Control for details.
  • Page 74: Live View

    After adding the device, return to device list interface. The newly add-up device will be shown in the list. Click the device in the list and enter the preview interface, connect and open the device. Click upper left "Edit", click the device name, enter the device information edit interface; Click "Delete"...
  • Page 75 After entering the live view interface, click upper right "Select", click and choose the device, live view the images. Click the liveview button to view all CHs of the device Enlarge the live view CH:  Double click the CH to full screen this CH. Double click again to go back to the 4 CH live view. ...
  • Page 76: Playback

    Record, Capture, Switch on/off live view and audio Click one CH and click to enable the local record function. This button will be in green when recording. Click this button again to stop recording, button will change to gray. Click one CH and click .
  • Page 77 Description: Item Description Playback the recordings in the Remote Playback DVR remotely Playback the recordings in the Local Playback mobile phone View and playback the Picture Playback snapshot picture View and playback the Capture Playback capture picture  Remote Playback to go to the Remote Playback menu.
  • Page 78: Settings

     Event Playback If there is no event recording, then event playback list will be empty.  Capture Playback Click to playback the image, Double click the image you want to enlarge,click the icon in left bottom corner to save image, click the icon in right corner delete image.
  • Page 79: More

    7.3.5 More More settings are lists here:System, about click enter the interface. 7.3.6 About Click About to check software version and published date.
  • Page 80 MEMO:...

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