Honeywell 800-05056 manual

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    Document 800-05056 – Rev C – 11/09 User Guide RASplus (Remote Administration System) Digital Vid[...]

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    2 Revisions Issue Date Revisions A 09/09 New document based on 900.0857 rev 6 .00 with updates for V[...]

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    Contents Document 800-05056 Rev C 3 11/09 Contents About This Doc ument . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [...]

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    Contents 4 Audio Communication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 Sequence[...]

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    Figures Document 800-05056 Rev C 5 11/09 Figures Figure 2-1 Select Installation Folder . . . . . . .[...]

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    Figures 6 Figure 3-23 Screen Setup — Remote Sites . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [...]

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    Figures Document 800-05056 Rev C 7 11/09 Figure 4-21 Save As Video Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . [...]

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    Figures 8[...]

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    Tables Document 800-05056 Rev C 9 11/09 Tables Table 4-1 Camera Popup Menu Options . . . . . . . . .[...]

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    Tables 10[...]

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    Document 800-05056 Rev C 11 11/09 About This Document This document introduces the Remote Admini str[...]

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    12 HRSD4 DVR User Guide 800-00919 HRSD8, HRSD16 DVR User Guide 800-03650 HRXDS8, HRXDS16 DVR User Gu[...]

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    Overview Document 800-05056 Rev C 13 11/09 1 Overview This manual describes th e installation and op[...]

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    Overview 14 Product Information Package Components • RASplus User Guide (this document) • Multil[...]

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    Installation Document 800-05056 Rev C 15 11/09 2 Installation Installing RASplus Caution If an older[...]

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    Installation 16 3. The .NET Framework and the Visual C++ Runtime Libraries are insta lled automa tic[...]

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    Installation Document 800-05056 Rev C 17 11/09 6. Click Next . Figure 2-3 RASplus Ready to Install 7[...]

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    Installation 18 Figure 2-5 RASplus Language Option Note To properly display the selected language, y[...]

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    Installation Document 800-05056 Rev C 19 11/09 Figure 2-7 Welcome to MSXML Setup Wizard 11. Select I[...]

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    Installation 20 13. Select Install Now . Figure 2-10 MSXML Choose Setup Type 14. Click Finish to com[...]

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    Configuration Document 800-05056 Rev C 21 11/09 3 Configuration After installing the RASplus softwar[...]

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    Configuration 22 RASplus Viewing Screen Figure 3-1 RA Splus Viewing Scr een[...]

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    Configuration Document 800-05056 Rev C 23 11/09 The Viewing screen displays images from selected cam[...]

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    Configuration 24 1. Go to the Start menu ➤ Acces sories ➤ Command Prompt . 2. Right-click the mo[...]

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    Configuration Document 800-05056 Rev C 25 11/09 Figure 3-2 Four Position Arrow Icon 2. Scrolling the[...]

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    Configuration 26 Click to register the remote site. Click to remove the selected remote site from th[...]

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    Configuration Document 800-05056 Rev C 27 11/09 Status View Panel Figure 3-6 S tatus View P anel The[...]

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    Configuration 28 Search View Panel Figure 3-7 Search View Panel Use the Search View panel to perform[...]

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    Configuration Document 800-05056 Rev C 29 11/09 Figure 3-9 Map Image Note See Appendix C, Map Editor[...]

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    Configuration 30 Figure 3-10 Map Popup Options Menu • x0.25 to x2 : Sets the desired size of the M[...]

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    Configuration Document 800-05056 Rev C 31 11/09 Checking the Device Status Place the mouse cursor on[...]

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    Configuration 32 Image Processing Panel Figure 3-12 Image Processing Panel The Image Processing pane[...]

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    Configuration Document 800-05056 Rev C 33 11/09 Note The Emergency Event View functi on is available[...]

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    Configuration 34 Report View Panel Figure 3-15 Report View Panel The Report View panel displays the [...]

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    Configuration Document 800-05056 Rev C 35 11/09 System Menu Figure 3-17 System Menu Setup The Setup [...]

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    Configuration 36 Date/Time Format Select the date/time format. Display Option Set up the screen disp[...]

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    Configuration Document 800-05056 Rev C 37 11/09 Note If the image cannot be displayed properly becau[...]

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    Configuration 38 is full by overwriting the oldest video. Designate a recording folder path and set [...]

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    Configuration Document 800-05056 Rev C 39 11/09 System 2 Tab Set up the modem connection information[...]

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    Configuration 40 Figure 3-22 Event Setup Screen Report Setup Set up the use (On or Off) and chec k i[...]

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    Configuration Document 800-05056 Rev C 41 11/09 Figure 3-23 Screen Setup — Remote Sites Add Click [...]

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    Configuration 42 use the following values: 8200 for Admin , 8016 for Watch , 10019 for Search , and [...]

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    Configuration Document 800-05056 Rev C 43 11/09 Figure 3-25 Setup Scre en — Favorite Sites Site Na[...]

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    Configuration 44 Note Cameras can be selected by clicking the left mouse button on the camera in the[...]

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    Configuration Document 800-05056 Rev C 45 11/09 Figure 3-26 Setup Scre en — Sequence Sites Sequenc[...]

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    Configuration 46 Save Setup File Saves the current settings of the System Setu p menu as an .xml fil[...]

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    Configuration Document 800-05056 Rev C 47 11/09 Setup Tab Sets up the remote setup job for remote si[...]

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    Configuration 48 View Log Displays log information saved in th e RASplus system. Note You can also d[...]

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    Configuration Document 800-05056 Rev C 49 11/09 Detail Condition Set the desired search parameters. [...]

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    Configuration 50 Remote Menu Figure 3-31 Remote Menu Note The Remote menu can also be activated by c[...]

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    Configuration Document 800-05056 Rev C 51 11/09 Figure 3-32 Remote System/Event Log From Adjust the [...]

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    Configuration 52 Figure 3-33 Favorite Menu Saves the current screen layout directly to the Favorite [...]

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    Configuration Document 800-05056 Rev C 53 11/09 Image Menu Figure 3-36 Image Menu Note The Image men[...]

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    Configuration 54 Screen Layout Figure 3-38 Screen Layout Layout Change Select the desired screen lay[...]

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    Configuration Document 800-05056 Rev C 55 11/09 Figure 3-40 Layout Load • Default Layout : Display[...]

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    Configuration 56 Note Up to 10 user-defined layouts can be saved. Help Menu Displays RASplus version[...]

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    Configuration Document 800-05056 Rev C 57 11/09 Select the desired screen layout using the layout to[...]

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    Configuration 58[...]

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    Operation Document 800-05056 Rev C 59 11/09 4 Operation Live Monitoring RASplus provides remote moni[...]

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    Operation 60 Note When selecting the display option of Watch and Search Screen during System setup, [...]

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    Operation Document 800-05056 Rev C 61 11/09 Figure 4-3 Audio Communication Menu To send audio to the[...]

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    Operation 62 For sequence monitoring to function, the sequence sites should be registered during Sys[...]

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    Operation Document 800-05056 Rev C 63 11/09 Figure 4-6 PTZ Co ntrols Note Advanced menu control feat[...]

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    Operation 64 Note Not all DVRs support the Alarm Out control th rough RASplus. Refer to the user man[...]

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    Operation Document 800-05056 Rev C 65 11/09 select Watch Screen . Live video will display in th e fi[...]

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    Operation 66 The user can electronic ally pan and tilt wi thin the enlarged image by dragging the im[...]

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    Operation Document 800-05056 Rev C 67 11/09 2. Selecting a date from the calendar init iates the tim[...]

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    Operation 68 To view an image at a specific time, click , the Go To button and set up the date and t[...]

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    Operation Document 800-05056 Rev C 69 11/09 Note The Event Search dialog box will differ depending o[...]

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    Operation 70 Figure 4-15 Text-In Event Search Dialog Box 2. Select the target cameras to search for [...]

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    Operation Document 800-05056 Rev C 71 11/09 Figure 4-16 Search Data Source Screen Search on Local Se[...]

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    Operation 72 The Image Processing panel allows enhancing played bac k images u sing pr ocessing cont[...]

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    Operation Document 800-05056 Rev C 73 11/09 2. Click Start , and select Save in . 3. Enter a file na[...]

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    Operation 74 Figure 4-21 Save As Vid eo Screen 2. Set up the save parameters in the Save As Video sc[...]

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    Operation Document 800-05056 Rev C 75 11/09 Additional Functions Save Click on the toolbar to save t[...]

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    Operation 76 Note With some computers, the image drawing speed might decrease while using a deinterl[...]

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    Operation Document 800-05056 Rev C 77 11/09 Note With some computers, the image drawing speed might [...]

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    Operation 78 Note Audio recording is not supported. Status View RASplus provides a display of event,[...]

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    Operation Document 800-05056 Rev C 79 11/09 Function Buttons Disconnect : Disconnects the current co[...]

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    Operation 80 Note Remote Panic Control might not be supported, depending on the specifications and v[...]

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    Video Clips Revi ew Document 800-05056 Rev C 81 11/09 A Video Clips Review You do not need to instal[...]

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    Video Clips Revi ew 82 Figure A-1 MiniBank Sel f Player User Interface The Monitoring Sc reen displa[...]

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    Video Clips Revi ew Document 800-05056 Rev C 83 11/09 The Playback Function Buttons include fast bac[...]

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    Video Clips Revi ew 84 Figure A-2 Clip Player User Inter face The Clip Player screen di splays the c[...]

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    Video Clips Revi ew Document 800-05056 Rev C 85 11/09 Click to exit the Player program. Click to go [...]

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    Video Clips Revi ew 86 Click to save clip images. The ClipPlayer menu opens. Figure A-4 Save Clip Im[...]

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    Video Clips Revi ew Document 800-05056 Rev C 87 11/09 Click to enlarg e the image or display the ima[...]

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    Video Clips Revi ew 88[...]

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    DVR Name Service (DVRNS) Document 800-05056 Rev C 89 11/09 B DVR Name Service (DVRNS) Using Static I[...]

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    DVR Name Service (DVRNS) 90 STEP 1 (DVR > DVRNS Server) Register the unit name and IP address of [...]

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    Map Editor Document 800-05056 Rev C 91 11/09 C Map Editor The Map Editor program allows you to crea [...]

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    Map Editor 92 Background Image Setting 1. Prepare the image in a bitm ap or JPEG file format. 2. Cli[...]

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    Map Editor Document 800-05056 Rev C 93 11/09 Figure C-5 Site Item Wind ow 2. In the Remote Site Setu[...]

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    Map Editor 94 Note Popup Dwell Time will be applied to all maps displayed on the map panel. Status C[...]

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    Map Editor Document 800-05056 Rev C 95 11/09 Name Table Select Name Table… in the Option menu to d[...]

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    Map Editor 96 Note You should not select numbers that are not supported for devices on the remote DV[...]

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    Map Editor Document 800-05056 Rev C 97 11/09 Note The DVRNS function is supported only with the devi[...]

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    Map Editor 98 Link Setting 1. Click ( Link ) on the toolbar and place it on the screen linked with a[...]

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    Map Editor Document 800-05056 Rev C 99 11/09 You can monitor the remote sites by using the map. See [...]

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    Map Editor 100[...]

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