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GE DVMRe CT II User Manual

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    Software license agreement GE software supplied with GE products is proprietary and furnished under license and can be used or copied only in accordance with the license terms. THE ENCLOSED PROGRAM IS FURNISHED SUBJECT TO THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THIS AGREEMENT.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Installation Environment ...................... 8 Associated Equipment......................9 The Back Panel ........................9 Power-Up..........................15 Minimum Recommended Menu Setup ................16 DVMRe CT II Basic Operations ................17 Principal Operating Modes....................17 The Front Panel ........................17 Live Viewing......................... 18 Playback ..........................19 Recording..........................

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    Search Filters........................75 Retail Search........................76 Search Results........................79 WebBrowser ......................81 WaveBrowser Overview and Controls ................82 DVMRe CT II WaveLink ....................... 84 Technical Specifications ..................86 RS232 Alarm/Event Generation/Text Insertion Protocol........88 Message Structure ......................88 Message Type ........................88 Alarm/Event Fields ......................

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    Macro Tables ....................... 93 10.1 Macro Functions Table....................93 10.2 Scheduled Macro Table....................94 10.3 Contacting technical support ..................95 10.4 Online publication library ....................95 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

  • Page 6: Dvmre Ct Ii Overview

    4. T: Triplex. 1.2 Product Description The DVMRe CT II is a video multiplexer capable of recording from multiple cameras to one or more internal hard drives while simultaneously providing playback. Unlike outdated time-lapse VCRs, the DVMRe CT II records high-resolution pictures. Digital recording improves playback quality over VCRs, and eliminates the hassle of cleaning heads, changing tapes or servicing motors.

  • Page 7: Passwords

    Provides access to the On-screen Language 1 4 1 4 Installer Language menu. Ethernet Deactivates the ethernet password, so that the unit may be Access 1 1 1 1 Installer accessed by any PC equipped with Reset WaveReader. 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

  • Page 8: Unpacking

    If the unit must be returned, it must be shipped in the original packing box. Package Contents • The DVMRe CT II unit. • The Alarm Interface Circuit Board (P/N 0090-0077). •...

  • Page 9: Associated Equipment

    12. IEEE 1394 Firewire Port: For connecting Firewire compatible archive devices. 13. RS232 Port 1: For modem connection and external control of the unit. 14. RS485 Port 2 Connector: For connecting to keyboard and other RS485 devices. 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

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    BNC connector of the same camera input. Make sure there is 75-Ohm termination at the end of the video line if the signal is looped through the DVMRe CT II. Time base correction is performed during digital capture. As a result, cameras do not require synchronization.

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    Refer to each alarm device's manual for specific wiring details. pins 18-20 Ground Normally Closed (Opens During Alarm) Typical wiring for Alarm #1 as Normally Open and Alarm #16 as Normally Closed. Typical Alarm Device Normally Open and Normally Closed Connections 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

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    Connect from pin 23 to either pin 18, 19, or 20 (ground pins). NOTE All specifications subject to change without notice. GE Security believes all specifications to be correct at time of printing, but no liability is assumed for omissions or errors. AUX Port The back panel of the unit is equipped with an Aux Port (DB-9 style connector).

  • Page 13: Back Panel

    Not Connected RJ-45 socket on back panel. SCSI and IEEE 1394 archiving devices should not be connected to the DVMRe CT II NOTE simultaneously. Archiving support is only available for one or the other type of interface at a time.

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    Connectors: 6 position DIP is supplied with this unit. Caution! Ensure the power to DVMRe CT II is OFF BEFORE connecting any SCSI or 1394 devices. Do not attempt to use the SCSI and 1394 ports simultaneously. RS232 Port 1 For a Modem connection or remote control of unit.

  • Page 15: Power-up

    1. Energize the monitors and all of the cameras. Power: 60 Watt (5 Amp) 2. Energize the DVMRe CT II. Connector: 2.1mm barrel, center positive Once power is applied to the unit, it will begin its power-up procedure. The unit will begin by displaying the software version on Monitor-A, then the unit will begin recording automatically.

  • Page 16: Minimum Recommended Menu Setup

    3.14 Main Menu → Record → Record Quality Record Quality 3.10 Main Menu → Passwords → Installer Password Installer 3.20 Password Main Menu → Camera Setup → Camera Disable → Auto Auto Disable 3.14 Disable Now 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

  • Page 17: Dvmre Ct Ii Basic Operations

    DVMRe CT II Basic Operations 2.1 Principal Operating Modes The DVMRe CT II has three principal modes of operation: • Live Viewing. • Playback. • Recording. All three of these modes can operate simultaneously. Each mode is discussed in detail later in this section.

  • Page 18: Live Viewing

    (a flashing asterisk) in each frozen cameo. Freeze Button Individual cameos can be frozen in Active Cameo mode (see section 2.7). Press the Freeze button again or any camera button to cancel Freeze operations. 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

  • Page 19: Playback

    During playback, press the Freeze button. This feature pauses all full screen and multiscreen images Freeze Button Single Frame Advance & Single Frame Rewind During Freeze or Pause mode, rotate the Jog (the inner dial) to view the frame directly before or after the frame displayed on-screen. 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

  • Page 20: Stop Button

    Searching Recorded Data The DVMRe CT II has a powerful search interface feature that allows the user to search for data on the internal hard disk or an external archive device. The user may search the data for previous...

  • Page 21: Recording

    Monitor Displays During Recording Multiscreen Live and Playback displays on Monitor A and Monitor B are not affected by recording operations. Monitor A Monitor B LIVE LIVE LIVE PLAY LIVE LIVE BACK LIVE LIVE PLAY BACK 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

  • Page 22: Display Options

    Active Cameo mode is indicated on-screen by flashing the number and titles of the active cameo and the LED above the Enter button is lit. By default, the top left cameo is activated. Enter Button 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

  • Page 23: Sequencing

    The amount of time between button presses determines the Dwell Time. Alarm Button and During sequence list programming, pressing any button other than a Number Sequence Button button or the Sequence button voids the sequence list. 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

  • Page 24: On-screen Indicators

    Enter button, cycle through the sequence shown on the right. Bottom Left Black Each time the position cycle is completed, the unit advances the Bottom Left White Status Indicator color. Choose Black, White or Gray. Bottom Left Gray Title not displayed 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

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    Pressing the Camera Number a third time displays an ATM/POS text display. This feature can be used during live viewing mode to verify that the DVMRe CT II is receiving ATM/POS text, or in Playback mode to review recorded text and video.

  • Page 26: Triplex Mode

    During Freeze or Pause mode, rotate the Jog (the inner dial) to view the frame directly before or after the frame displayed on-screen. Only the playback images are affected. Stop To stop Triplex mode and return to Live mode on Monitor A, press the Stop button. Stop Button 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

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    NOTE If the Zoom button is pressed while in a multiscreen display, the camera from the last active cameo is selected for full screen display. Press the Zoom button again to activate the Zoom operation. 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

  • Page 28: Menu System Overview

    Operator and System View menus are available. • Installer Password: Providing complete menu access. Use the Number buttons to enter the appropriate password. Default passwords are provided in the beginning of this manual, in section 1. 3.3 Available Menus 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

  • Page 29: Menus In This Manual

    This provides a quick and easy way to enable or disable all cameras for a particular feature. Camera Button: In menu lists that provide settings per camera, a particular camera may be accessed directly by pressing on the associated camera button. Rotate the Shuttle to modify the setting. 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

  • Page 30: The Main Menu

    3.7 The Main Menu Main Menu Overview The Main menu contains the majority of programmable options for the DVMRe CT II. Each item in the Main menu is described in detail in this section of the manual. Main menu items appear in this section in the same order they appear in the menu.

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    (including daylight savings time) for all of the Master Clock other units. Select One unit from the RS485 network as the master clock by selecting YES in this menu. All other units must be set as NO (Default). 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

  • Page 32: Main Menu → Time/date → Set Region

    1. To save changes and exit the menu: Select [OK], then press the Enter button. 2. To exit the menu without making changes: Press the Menu button, or select [CANCEL], and then press the Enter button. 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

  • Page 33: Sequencing

    Rotate the Jog to change the desired dwell time (from 1 to 30 seconds). The default is 3 seconds. (Time in Seconds) 1. Press the Enter button to confirm the selection and exit the menu. 2. Press the Menu button to exit the menu without making changes. 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

  • Page 34: Record

    Decreasing the record quality decreases the amount of disk space required to store the images, due to a higher compression scheme. There are 3 levels for each quality level. Standard 1 being the lowest and High 9 the highest. 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

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    RS232 Event: See section 9 for information about generating an Event via RS232, and optionally inserting ASCII text to mark the Event. Activity Detection Event: See Setup Parameters in section 3.13 for detailed information about configuring activity detection as an event in the menu system. 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

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    The unit will record at the Event Record Rate when an Event is activated. Events can be activated by RS232 event generation or activity detection. See Event Settings on page 35. Record rates are measured in both Pictures Per Second (pps) and Seconds Per Picture (spp). 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

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    Activity record mode only. The bottom line indicates the estimated recording time, taking into consideration the amount of time the unit will spend in Time-lapse, Activity, Event, and/or Alarm record mode. 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

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    2. To save changes and exit the menu: Select [OK], and then press the Enter button. 3. To exit the menu without making changes: Press the Menu button, or select [CANCEL], then press the Enter button. 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

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    Test Duration: This option is for the type of test to run; Fast or Thorough. The Thorough test will test significantly more sectors than the Fast test. GE recommends using the Thorough test. The Fast test can miss some disk failures.

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    Use this menu to set the Record Lock feature. This feature disables the front panel record button. Setting Record Lock to ON will start the unit recording if it is not currently in the Record mode. 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

  • Page 41: Alarms

    Use this menu to configure the alarm handling features of the unit. Alarm Latch Alarm Action Alarm Record Mode Caution! The DVMRe CT II’s primary function is to furnish video Enable / Disable multiplexing and recording with a multiscreen display. Although Alarm History...

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    Intrusion AND/OR: Use this feature to activate alarms by hardwired alarm inputs AND/OR Intrusion detection. Select from AND or OR. Motion Detection must be set to Intrusion and linked to the Alarm number. Rotate the Jog to navigate and the Shuttle to change the values. 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

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    The alarms number in the list. 010- 03/15 05:12:16 04 • The date of the alarm (month and day). [OK] • The time of the alarm (hours, minutes, and seconds). • The number of the camera input in alarm. 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

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    Main Menu → Alarms → Alarm Action Setup menu. This menu selection is not available on 4-channel DVMRe CT II units, since Fullscreen Alarm Mode is the only alarm mode available. Main Menu → Alarms → Relay Configuration...

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    Also, please note that the Region/Time Zone setting must be set correctly for Email notification to time stamp messages accurately. If the Notify Alarm or Notify Record fields are enabled you will be notified of the results of the Disk Test. 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

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    This screen allows the user to setup the types of events to be notified of, and the IP addresses (up to two) of the PC(s) where the WaveReader software resides. WaveReader must be running on the receiving PC(s) and Alarm Monitoring must be setup. See Alarm Monitoring in the WaveReader Manual for details. 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

  • Page 47: Macro

    32 keystrokes are exceeded, the unit will end the macro recording automatically. 3. When finished programming, press the Function button then the Enter button to end the macro recording. A form is provided in section 10 to keep track of recorded macro functions. 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

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    Select None to cancel the scheduled start time. Macro : 01 Time: Select the start time for the macro. [CANCEL] [OK] Macro: Select the desired macro number. A form is provided in section 10 to keep track of scheduled macros. 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

  • Page 49: Motion Detection

    Setup Parameters detection. Setup Active Zones • Activate the on-screen motion detection indicator. Indicate Detection • Set motion detection as Activity detection or Intrusion Detection. • Configure the motion detection parameters on a per camera basis. 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

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    If Activity is selected in Motion Detection Type field, the following parameters are enabled: Relay Output: The unit may be configured to activate a relay output when motion detection is present. Select either 1, 2, 1+2 (both relays), or None. 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

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    The disabled zones will be tinted. The enabled zones will be clear. Activity Grid Setup Screen Pressing the Function button will bring up the Help screen shown on the next page. This screen will overlay the current video image. 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

  • Page 52: Camera Setup

    Enable or Disable SVHS output on Monitor B. Main Menu → Camera Setup → Camera Titles Use this menu to: Titles Display • Specify if the camera titles will be displayed on the monitors. Edit Titles Edit the title for each camera. 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

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    Rotate the Jog to navigate and the Shuttle to change the values. Save changes and exit the menu: Select [OK], then press the Enter button. [CANCEL] [OK] Exit the menu without making changes: Press the Menu button, or select [CANCEL], then press the Enter button. 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

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    Rotate the Jog to navigate and Shuttle to change the values. Camera 16: NO To disable the covert camera (make display visible) return to this menu and change the selection to NO. The camera’s display will become visible [CANCEL] [OK] upon exiting the Main Menu. 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

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    Use this menu to enable or disable SVHS output on Monitor B. Select Enable or Disable from the menu and press Enter. A confirmation screen will appear. Select from Yes or No and press Enter. The output of monitor B will change immediately. When this feature is enabled the PIP display mode is disabled. 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

  • Page 56: Archive Setup

    This feature provides the option of having the QuickWave software written to any CDs that are created. This allows the CD to be read QuickWave CD Write: on any PC without installing software. Select ON to enable, OFF to disable. [CANCEL] [OK] 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

  • Page 57: Audio Setup

    56k, and 5686 US Robotics modems in their default conditions. Consult with the modem manual before attempting to make any changes. It is strongly recommended that the modem initialization string only be modified by a qualified technician. 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

  • Page 58: Baud Rate

    Exit the menu without making changes: Press the Menu button. 19200 Baud 38400 Baud The RS232 port 2 is used for Event Generation and ASCII Text Insertion. See Section 7 for the RS232 Protocol required to perform 57600 Baud these functions. 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

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    Listen Port: The port the CT II uses to listen to communicate with WaveReader. When changing the port number to another value, the WaveReader configuration file bwval.dat must also reflect the new value. 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

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    WaveReader will be used. TCP MTU Size: Select from Standard, 1400, and 1200. The MTU describes the maximum possible TCP packet size. Standard (1500) is optimal for most ethernet network environments. 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

  • Page 61: Front Panel Lock

    Exit the menu without making changes: Press the Menu button. Available Languages: English French German Italian Russian Polish Czech Finnish Hungarian Slovak Spanish Dutch Danish 3.20 Passwords Use this feature to change the Installer, Operator, Ethernet, or DDNS passwords. 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

  • Page 62

    1. Enter the new password using the Number buttons. 2. Highlight OK, then press the Enter button. 3. Re-enter the password. 4. Highlight OK, then press the Enter button. The user will be prompted, indicating if the password was entered correctly and changed. 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

  • Page 63: The Quickinstall Menu

    1 1 1 1 password box shown above. The DDNS Password The DDNS password enables the DVMRe CT II to contact the Domain Name Server in order to provide IP to Domain Name translation. You must obtain this number by calling you Domain Name Service.

  • Page 64: The Operator Menu

    The SystemView menu is provided so that users may quickly view global View Screen 3 software and hardware settings. View Screen 4 View Screen 5 View Screen 6 View Screen 7 View Screen 8 View Screen 9 View Screen 10 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

  • Page 65

    Covert Camera: Yes or No • Camera Title: Camera x, x=number Videoloss Action • Relay 1: 1 = Enabled, 0 = Disabled • Relay 2: 1 = Enabled, 0 = Disabled • Buzzer: 1 = Enabled, 0 = Disabled 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

  • Page 66: Record Timer

    Date Format: MM/DD/YY, DD/MM/YY, or YY/MM/DD • Master Clock: Yes or No. • Multiscreen Dwell: In seconds. 003 • Full Screen Dwell: In seconds. 003 • Titles Display A: On or Off. • Titles Display B: On or Off. 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

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    Slovak, Spanish, Dutch, or Danish. • Keyboard Lock: On or Off. • Record Lock: On or Off. • Regional Settings: Off, USA, EUR, AUS, NZ, or RUS. • Time Zone: GMT+00:00 • QuickWave CD Write: On or Off. 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

  • Page 68

    Test Frequency in hours: 0 – 1000. • Test Duration: Fast or Thorough. • Disk Test Results: Disk Test Success or Disk Test Failed. • Bandwidth: Unlimited, 5 KB per second thru 250 KB per second. 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

  • Page 69: Alarms

    The associated cameras are displayed in the remaining cameos. 9-Way More than three alarms simultaneously: The unit switches to the maximum Third Alarm multiscreen display, i.e. 16 or 10-way. 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

  • Page 70: Alarm Operations During Playback

    Additional Alarms: Unit switches to a sequenced display of all cameras in alarm on Monitor B. LIVE MODE PLAYBACK MODE Monitor A Monitor B Monitor A Monitor B PLAY LIVE LIVE LIVE BACK LIVE ALARM LIVE ALARM LIVE ALARM LIVE ALARM FULL FULL PLAY LIVE SCREEN SCREEN BACK ALARM ALARM 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

  • Page 71: Alarm History Box

    Operator → Alarm History. The Alarm History Box can also be found under Main Menu → Alarm → Alarm History. For detailed information about viewing the Alarm History Box see Alarm History in section 3.11. 4.7 Searching For Recorded Alarms See section 5. 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

  • Page 72: Searching

    Searching The DVMRe CT II is equipped with a powerful search interface to access video files stored on the hard disk or an external archive device. Search Menu Overview Search Button Search Filters Disk Analysis Screen Disk Analysis Screen Motion Search...

  • Page 73: Disk Analysis Screen

    The video representations are color-coded by category. Rotating the Shuttle expands (Zooms) the display. The Lowest level (most detail) is indicated on screen with an (L). Pressing the Enter button will start Playback from the cursor location. 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

  • Page 74: Motion Search

    Pressing the Function key while in this screen overlays a help screen with all the available commands. ‘MENU’ : Exit Activity Setup ‘ENTER’: Save and Exit Activity Setup ‘PAUSE’: Toggle between Enable and Neutral ‘STOP’ : Toggle between Disable and Neutral ‘ZOOM’ : Disable/Enable all zones Function Button 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

  • Page 75: Search Filters

    2. Once in the Parameter Box, use the Shuttle to navigate through the fields and the Jog to change the values. 3. To activate the parameter, use the Shuttle or the Enter button to place an [X] in the check box. 4. When finished, use the Jog to navigate to another parameter. 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

  • Page 76: Retail Search

    The retail search text file can be uploaded to the DVMRe unit via the Web interface. The index.ssi page will contain a link to the retail search page. Open the embedded web browser by typing the DVMRe’s IP address in the address field of your Internet browser. 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

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    Access to the Local Retail Search screen is gained through the Search Filters Menu. Press the Search button one or more times until the Search Filters Screen appears, then select the Retail radio box and press the Zoom key. 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

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    It is not possible to do a normal text search and a retail search at the same time. • The characters #, *, and @ are meta characters and are not to be used in the text string. 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

  • Page 79: Search Results

    ‘PLAY REV/FWD’ to page up/down ‘PLAY REV/FWD’ to page up/down ‘ENTER’ to play event; ‘SEQ’ to repeatedly play event. ‘ENTER’ to play event; ‘SEQ’ to repeatedly play event. Follow the directions on-screen to select, archive, playback, etc. 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

  • Page 80

    Hitting the Enter button will play the selected search result. Hitting the Enter button again while in playback will cause the next selection from the search list to be played. Press the Sequence button to repeatedly play the selected event. 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

  • Page 81: Webbrowser

    WebBrowser The DVMRe CT II has an integrated WebBrowser interface. The WaveBrowser option allows the user to view video from any ethernet connected CT II with software version 4.09 or above. For WaveBrowser to function properly, certain ActiveX controls must be set correctly. To...

  • Page 82: Wavebrowser Overview And Controls

    Choose from the following displays: • 16-way Multiscreen Display (Large and Medium) • 4-way Display • Single Camera Display Large • Single Camera Display Medium • Single Camera Display Small 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

  • Page 83

    22. Time Selection Menu: Click on the Up or Down Arrows to select a specific time to view. The Drop Down Volume List Box Click on the arrow to display a list of available disk volumes on the connected unit. Click on the volume to select. 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

  • Page 84: Dvmre Ct Ii Wavelink

    6.2 DVMRe CT II WaveLink A new feature with Triplex software version 5.00 is the DVMRe CT II WaveLink. This feature allows putting command codes in the URL when calling WaveBrowser to control actions the WaveBrowser is going to perform.

  • Page 85

    1 in medium size. Email Links The DVMRe CT II is able to send emails when certain events occur (like videoloss, alarms, etc.). When in record mode, the Triplex software version 5.00 will add a WaveBrowser link in the email notification.

  • Page 86: Technical Specifications

    1 Volt peak-to-peak into 75-Ohm. Input Termination 75-Ohm (Auto Terminating) Display Memory 4 Megabytes Resolution Horizontal: 720 Pixels. Vertical: 484 Lines (576 for PAL). Gray Scale 256 levels Colors Y:U:V 4:2:2, 16.8 Million Colors Compression Standard J200 JPEG 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

  • Page 87: Part Numbers

    Relay Outputs, Link to Alarms, Link to Events, On-screen Indicators. Output Status retrievable via RS232 port. Part Numbers Remote Keyboard CBR-KB3, CBR-KB3/J, KTD405. Includes motorized pan, tilt, and zoom controls. Rack Mount Kit CBR-RK6. 1U Height. Part Number: 0110-R601 Replacement Manual 0150-0313 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

  • Page 88: Rs232 Alarm/event Generation/text Insertion Protocol

    String fields contain text characters. The string length can be from 0 to 500 String[1] characters in length. The String field is not required. If text data is available, it will be recorded with the next video frame for the camera identified by the camera field. String[n-1] Check Sum 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

  • Page 89: Alarm/event Fields

    If both the start and stop bits are set, a momentary alarm will be initiated on the selected camera. Pre- alarm video will be recorded at the alarm record rate, after which the DVMRe will continue to record video at the normal record rate. 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

  • Page 90: Event Actions

    The post-event timer will continue recording at the event record rate, after which the selected camera will resume recording at the normal record rate. 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

  • Page 91: Rs232 Remote Control Protocol

    Camera 15 10 Way Multiscreen Camera 16 13 Way Multiscreen Reserved 25 - 40 16 Way Multiscreen Menu Enter *Must send a “No Button Pressed” command Reserved immediately following any of these Macro commands. Reserved 45-49 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

  • Page 92: Configuration And Status

    Requesting data from the DVMRe i) Data structure When a message of type 0xBB is sent to the Byte 1: 0xFF DVMRe CT II, it will respond by sending 16 bytes Byte 2: Command Type of requested data. 0xAA: (SET) Update DVMRe with data.

  • Page 93: Macro Tables

    Photo copy this page and use it to keep a record of the programmed macro functions. 10.1 Macro Functions Table Macro Description Number Function + Daylight Savings Time: Sets clock ahead one hour in April, and back one hour in October. Sequence 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

  • Page 94: Scheduled Macro Table

    10.2 Scheduled Macro Table Event Time Macro to Run 0150-0313B DVMRe CT II...

  • Page 95: Contacting Technical Support

    Many GE Security documents are provided as PDFs (portable document format). To read these documents, you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader, which can be downloaded free from Adobe’s website at www.adobe.com.

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