Bosch DIVAR AN 5000 manual

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    DIVAR AN 3000 / DIVAR AN 5000 Digital Video Recorder en Operator Manual[...]

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    Table of contents 1 Safety 7 1.1 Safety precautions 7 1.2 Important safety instructions 7 1.3 Import[...]

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    5.6 RS485 port connection 31 5.7 RS232 port connections 31 5.8 USB connectors 32 5.9 e-SATA connecto[...]

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    6.22 Sequence Mon B 79 7 Operating instructions 80 7.1 User controls and menus 80 7.1.1 Mouse Contro[...]

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    11.4 Install HDD in DIVAR 5000 138 11.5 Install DVD in DIVAR 3000 142 11.6 Install DVD in DIVAR 5000[...]

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    Safety This safety section describes safety requirements and the format used for warnings and cautio[...]

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    6. Lightning - For added protection during a lightning storm, or when leaving this unit unattended a[...]

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    Important Notices Accessories - Do not place this unit on an unstable stand, tripod, bracket, or mou[...]

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    ! Caution! Electronic Surveillance - This device is intended for use in public areas only. U.S. fede[...]

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    Video loss - Video loss is inherent to digital video recording; therefore, Bosch Security Systems ca[...]

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    Trademarks All hardware and software product names used in this document are likely to be registered[...]

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    Short information The Bosch Video Recorder DIVAR 3000/5000 is a multi-channel digital recorder that [...]

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    Introduction Digital video recorder applications Recording The DIVAR 3000/5000 is very easy to use ?[...]

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    – Operation - a detailed description for end-users on how to operate the unit. – Web Control and[...]

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    Installation environment Mounting The DIVAR 3000/5000 is supplied as a desktop unit (the DIVAR 5000 [...]

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    Quick install To get the unit operational, perform the following quick install steps: 1. Make all th[...]

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    Connections on back of DIVAR 5000 (16-channel) 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 1 2 3 4 ALARM OUT RS-4[...]

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    Connections on back of DIVAR 5000 (4/8-channel) 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 ALARM OUT RS-485 AUDIO OUT ETHERNET [...]

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    6. Connect up to 6 ALARM OUT outputs (via the supplied terminal blocks). 7. Connect a pan/tilt/zoom [...]

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    Login The system login interface is shown in the following figure: Figure 4.1: Login When you startu[...]

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    Startup Wizard The Startup Wizard opens automatically after you log in for the first time. See follo[...]

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    Reset startup wizard Figure 4.3: Startup wizard reset If required, select the check box here to acti[...]

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    – If changes are required, use the drop-down menus and entry fields to assign the correct settings[...]

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    Schedule Figure 4.6: Startup schedule Assign here all the schedule settings and click <Next step&[...]

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    Network Figure 4.8: Startup network Assign here all the network settings and click <Finished> [...]

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    Shutdown/Logout 1. Right-click the mouse to access the Quick menu ; from here choose the option Main[...]

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    Hardware setup This chapter contains detailed information about the hardware installation and connec[...]

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    CVBS Connect the monitor A CVBS and/or monitor B CVBS output to monitors using 75 ohm video coaxial [...]

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    RS-485 KEYBOARD power t o ke yboard ke yboard control RJ11 +12V K eyboard cable connector G G + _ G [...]

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    – Transmission rate up to 1Gbps over industry standard CAT.5 UTP cable with BER less than 10 -10 i[...]

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    The device type and required settings can be assigned in the menu ( Setting > Serial Port ) – s[...]

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    Alarm I/O connections Alarm inputs and outputs are fitted as screw down terminal blocks on the unit.[...]

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    Connecting the alarm output Danger! Electrical voltage. Risk of electric shock and damage to the uni[...]

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    Configuration Your system can be specially configured to suit your individual users from the ‘Sett[...]

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    Setting Figure 6.2: Settings The Setting menu has ten major menu groups. Each of these groups provid[...]

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    General Figure 6.3: General Here you can assign the following settings: System time / GMT Click on t[...]

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    Language Select here your desired language for the user interface (you will need to restart the syst[...]

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    Encode Enter here the relevant settings for each connected channel. In most cases you can encode 2 s[...]

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    – <Snapshot> - see Snapshot, page 41 Overlay Click <Overlay> for the following interfa[...]

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    Snapshot Click <Snapshot> for the following interface: Figure 6.6: Encode snapshot Here you ca[...]

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    – Detect – Pan/Tilt/Zoom For example: After setting values in the “Encoder” or “Schedule?[...]

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    Schedule The settings in the Schedule menu allow you to plan and set up schedules for efficient use [...]

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    Edit a schedule 1. Select the required channel number (select “all” if you want to schedule all [...]

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    Serial port Figure 6.8: serial port Use the Serial port menu to configure the connections for a Cons[...]

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    Network Figure 6.9: Network Input here the following network information: – IP version: IPv4 (defa[...]

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    – Preferred DNS: if required, enter here the preferred DNS server IP address. – Alternate DNS: i[...]

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    IP filter Figure 6.11: Network IP filter The system supports IPv4 and IPv6 address format. Enable Se[...]

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    NTP Figure 6.12: Network NTP You must first install an SNTP server (such as Absolute Time Server) in[...]

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    DDNS Figure 6.14: Network - DDNS Select a DDNS provider from the list and complete the details with [...]

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    UPnP Figure 6.15: Network UPnP This protocol enables a mapping relationship between the LAN and the [...]

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    EMail Figure 6.16: Network - EMAIL Use this screen for the email settings (address, sender, etc.) if[...]

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    Encrypt type Some mail servers require encryption to transmit e-mail. If required, use SLL or TLS en[...]

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    – Alarm SNMP Figure 6.18: Network - SNMP SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) provides the ba[...]

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    Alarm Figure 6.19: Alarm Use the Alarm menu to specify the desired behavior for an Input, detected M[...]

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    – Alarm out: If an alarm occurs, the system will enable a peripheral alarm device connected to any[...]

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    Detect Here you can set events that can be used to trigger alarms. If required, use the Default butt[...]

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    – Sensitivity: Set the threshold for motion detection from 1 to 6 (default). The sixth level has t[...]

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    Motion detect region setup Figure 6.21: Motion detect region See here that there are a collection of[...]

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    Period Figure 6.22: Period setup See here the period setup screen for assigning periods for alarms a[...]

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    – Select here the days you want to assign as free days or work days and click <Save> – Now[...]

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    Pan/Tilt/Zoom Figure 6.24: Pan/Tilt/Zoom The pan/tilt/zoom setup includes the following items. – C[...]

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    Display Figure 6.25: Display Use the Display menu to setup the appearance of your screen: – Transp[...]

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    Tour setup Figure 6.26: Tour setup Setup the tour as follows: – Enable sequence: Select to enable [...]

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    Default Figure 6.27: Default Notice! User settings will be lost The system menu display, language, t[...]

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    Advanced Figure 6.28: Advanced The Advanced menu has ten major menu groups. Each of these groups pro[...]

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    Hard Disk (HDD) Figure 6.29: Hard disk Here you can view the current HDD status, and manage it with [...]

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    System events Figure 6.30: System events Use this menu to setup how the system reacts to different s[...]

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    Alarm Output Figure 6.31: Alarm output Assign here the settings for each of the alarm outputs (3 for[...]

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    Record Figure 6.32: Record Here you need the correct user authority (see Account/Users, page 71 ), p[...]

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    Account/Users Figure 6.33: Account General The system contains a permanent ‘Admin’ account with [...]

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    Main menu Main menu Backup Backup Info Info Shutdown Setting menu Advanced menu Add user Figure 6.34[...]

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    Modify/Delete a user Figure 6.35: Modify user Modify a user as follows: 1. Choose the User name from[...]

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    Modify password Figure 6.36: Modify password 1. Select the relevant user. 2. Enter the Old password [...]

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    Auto maintain Figure 6.37: Auto maintain Here you can set a time to automatic delete old files setup[...]

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    TV adjust Figure 6.38: TV adjust Adjust here the TV output settings by dragging the slide bar for ea[...]

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    Text data overlay This function includes Sniffer, information analysis and title overlay function. T[...]

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    ATM/POS Figure 6.40: Text overlay ATM/POS Here you can enter: – Bridge id: enter the correct chann[...]

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    Configuration/Backup Figure 6.41: Config backup Import/Export Use this function as follows: 1. Choos[...]

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    Operating instructions Once all hardware connections have been made (see Hardware setup, page 28 ) a[...]

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    Mouse Controls Mouse Function Left button In Live mode, click once to select channel and choose othe[...]

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    Right button In Live mode, the following quick menu appears: If you are currently in a menu, right-c[...]

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    Button Symbol Function Power On/Off Press briefly for 3 seconds to power up or power down the DIVAR.[...]

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    Slow forward Multiple slow play speeds or normal playback In text mode or when choosing a camera cha[...]

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    Remote control All functions controlled by the front panel and USB mouse can, alternatively, be acce[...]

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    6 Play previous In playback mode, playback the previous video 7 Play/Pause In pause mode, click for [...]

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    Quick menu When in normal view mode, right-click the mouse for the following quick menu: Figure 7.4:[...]

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    Color setting Figure 7.5: Color setting Use the slider bars here to move the color settings to the d[...]

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    Figure 7.6: Main menu Move through the Main menu items and select the required sub-menu: – Setting[...]

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    Figure 7.7: Live view (4 camera views displayed) This is the normal operating mode of the unit where[...]

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    – Sequence Access to these functions requires the correct user level. Check with your administrato[...]

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    – Record, page 70 PTZ Figure 7.9: PTZ control To swivel the camera view, click on any of the eight[...]

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    Activate sequence on monitor A 1. To view a sequence of live camera pictures from several cameras: ?[...]

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    ID Name Function 1 Display window Display of the currently chosen picture or file (supports 1/4/9/16[...]

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    5 File list Double click to view a list of recorded files for the selected day. The file list displa[...]

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    Backward play In normal play mode, left click the button, the file begins backward play. Click it ag[...]

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    7 Smart search This function is only active when the system is playing a recording in full- screen m[...]

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    8 Time bar Display the record type and the period for the current search criteria. In 4-window playb[...]

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    Backup The backup menu is accessed from the main menu (or by pressing the Backup key on the Front Pa[...]

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    Backup select screen Figure 7.12: Backup select screen 1. Choose to record to either USB or CD/DVD f[...]

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    Info Figure 7.13: Info menu Refer to the following sections for a description of these System inform[...]

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    HDD info Figure 7.14: HDD info This top of the screen provides information on the current status of [...]

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    Bps Figure 7.15: Bps View here the current video data stream for each channel. The stream is shown r[...]

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    Log Figure 7.16: Log info View here the system log files containing the following system events: –[...]

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    6. To delete all the log files, click <Clear> and confirm the delete action. Version Figure 7.[...]

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    Online users Figure 7.18: Online users Manage here the online users: – Disconnect a user by select[...]

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    Network test Figure 7.19: Network test Choose here to do a network test as follows: 1. Enter a Desti[...]

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    Net load Figure 7.20: Net load See here a real time graphical display of the current load on the net[...]

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    – An output relay is activated. – Monitor A can switch to a multiscreen view if more than one al[...]

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    Web Client Software The Web Client Software gives full remote control of the DIVAR using a PC. Up to[...]

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    Connecting to the DIVAR the first time The video decoder and playback controller is automatically in[...]

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    Figure 8.1: Internet options 112 en | Web Client Software DIVAR AN 3000 / DIVAR AN 5000 2013.11 | 1.[...]

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    Figure 8.2: Security settings After successful installation, the following WEB SERVICE interface is [...]

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    Figure 8.3: Web login Input your user name and password (the default factory name is Administrator a[...]

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    The Live window is built up of four main areas: – A mode bar across the top, containing buttons fo[...]

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    Playback mode Figure 8.5: Web playback The playback video window is shown by clicking the Playback b[...]

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    Figure 8.6: Web Client – Setup The menu selections here are very similar to those described in the[...]

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    Type Parameter Function Alarm Type Video loss System alarm when video loss occurs. Motion detect Sys[...]

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    Archive Player operation Getting started The DIVAR Archive Player allows viewing archived video reco[...]

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    Id Name Function 1 Play process bar Current play progress. Left click mouse and drag bar to control [...]

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    14 Backward play frame-by-frame Click to start frame-by-frame backward play. Click again to play pre[...]

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    Special functions available here that are not available directly on the Player Interface are: – Au[...]

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    Setting Choose <Setting> from the menu for the following screen. Figure 9.1: Setting menu Choo[...]

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    Set Here you can set: – File Associated - select here the file types that are automatically associ[...]

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    If you click <Yes>, you can automatically open all files that you have associated with extensi[...]

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    2. Click <Check> to check if the record has been modified or not. – A progress bar is displa[...]

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    Troubleshooting Cannot boot up correctly – Input power is incorrect. – Power connection is fault[...]

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    – DVR hardware is faulty. There is no audio when monitoring – No power to pickup. – No power t[...]

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    – Client-end resources are limited. – Multiple-cast group setup in DVR is causing mosaic (this m[...]

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    – HDD is damaged. Cannot playback the downloaded file – No media player. – No DXB8.1 (or highe[...]

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    Maintenance Maintenance of this unit is limited to external cleaning and inspection, plus installing[...]

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    1 2 3 Figure 11.2: DIVAR 5000 DVD and HDD installed See the following descriptions for installing th[...]

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    Press pin Hold pin and connect cable Press pin Hold pin and connect cable Precaution – processor/w[...]

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    Attach ESD strap Figure 11.3: ESD strap The ESD strap is vital to prevent damage to ESD-sensitive pa[...]

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    Install HDD in DIVAR 3000 This DVR can fit a maximum two SATA HDDs. See the following components and[...]

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    (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) 4x 4x 4x 4x 4x Figure 11.5: Install HDD 1 Install[...]

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    Figure 11.6: Install HDD 2 Use the same install steps described for installing HDD 1. DIVAR AN 3000 [...]

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    Install HDD in DIVAR 5000 See the following components and steps for installing HDD 1 (brackets and [...]

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    (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) 2x 2x 4x 4x 2x 2x Figure 11.8: Install HDD 1 Inst[...]

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    (5a) (5b) (10a) 4x (8a) (8b) 4x Figure 11.9: Install HDD 1 and 2 Install HDD 3 and 4 Use the same in[...]

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    Figure 11.10: Install HDD 3 and 4 DIVAR AN 3000 / DIVAR AN 5000 Maintenance | en 141 Bosch Security [...]

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    Install DVD in DIVAR 3000 See the following components and steps required for this installation (scr[...]

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    (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) 4x 4x 4x Figure 11.12: Install DVD in DIVAR 3000 DIVAR AN 3000 /[...]

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    Install DVD in DIVAR 5000 See the following components and steps required for this installation (spa[...]

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    (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) 2x 4x 4x 2x 4x Figure 11.14: Install DVD in DIVAR[...]

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    Technical specifications DIVAR 3000 Electrical Rated voltage and power External power adapter AC inp[...]

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    MON.B Live CVBS: 1 Vpp, 75 ohm, BNC Resolution (MON.B) CVBS (PAL): 704x576 CVBS (NTSC): 704x480 Audi[...]

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    Alarm outputs 3 screw terminal outputs, cable diameter AWG26‑16 (0.13–1.5 mm) Audio inputs 4 RCA[...]

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    Storage Internal 2 SATA HDD or 1 HDD + 1 DVD (R/RW) Max. capacity per HDD: 3 TB Max. supported speed[...]

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    Playback 960H: 960x576 (PAL), 960x480 (NTSC) 4CIF: 704x576 (PAL), 704x480 (NTSC) 2CIF: 704x288 (PAL)[...]

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    Control RS485 PTZ control port Output signals according to RS485, max. signal voltage -5 to +5 V RS2[...]

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    e-SATA e-SATA connector for backup device USB 2.0 One front and one rear USB connector for mouse or [...]

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    Exporting DVD (optional) Built-in DVD+R/RW writer USB Flash memory or external HDD (FAT32) e-SATA Fl[...]

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    FCC CFR Title 47 Part 15:2009 class B EMC Australia C-Tick * Clause 8 (mains supply voltage dips and[...]

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    Appendix Software licenses This product contains both software that is proprietary Bosch software li[...]

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    Name software component License (*) URL link to address Script Language lua http://www.lua.org/licen[...]

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    Manufacturer Type Speed Size TDK +RW 4X 4.7 GB Verbatim +RW 4X 4.7 GB Maxell +R 16X 4.7 GB Philips +[...]

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    Manufacturer Model Capacity Kingax Super Stick 1G Kingax Super Stick 2G Netac U210 128M Netac U210 2[...]

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    WD Elements WCAVY1205901 1.5TB Newsmy Liangjian 320 GB WD Elements WDBAAR5000ABK-00 500 GB WD Elemen[...]

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    Bosch will not be held liable for loss or consequential damages resulting from disclosure of any inf[...]

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