Honeywell HD-16DVR-C manual

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    HD-16DVR-C Digital Video Recorder User Manual © 2010 Honeywell International Inc. All rights reserv[...]

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    Honeywell i Contents 1 Features and S pecificat ions ...............................................[...]

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    Honeywell ii RS485 .................................................................................[...]

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    Honeywell iii PTZ Setu p ...........................................................................[...]

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    Honeywell iv TV Adju st ............................................................................[...]

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    Honeywell v Figures Figure 2-1 The Fr ont Panel of HD-16DVR-C ......................................[...]

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    Honeywell vi Figure 4-14 Motion Detection Zone Setting .............................................[...]

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    Honeywell vii Figure 5-2 General Setup Menu ........................................................[...]

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    Honeywell viii Figure 5-25 HDD Managem ent Setup Menu ..............................................[...]

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    Honeywell ix Figure 6-9 Control Setup ..............................................................[...]

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    Honeywell x Figure 6-32 RS232 Setup Men u ..........................................................[...]

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    Honeywell xi Figure 6-55 Alarm Function Menu .......................................................[...]

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    Honeywell i We l c o m e Thank you for purchasing our DVR! Please refer to this user’s manual for [...]

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    Honeywell ii  Software CD  USB mouse  Network cable  Power cord  DB-25 cable with ext[...]

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    Honeywell 1 1 Features and S pecifications Overview HD-16DVR-C is an excellent digital video surveil[...]

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    Features and Specifications 2  A/V compression Supports multi-channel a udio and video. Independ [...]

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    Honeywell 3 Specification Parameter HD-16DVR-C Main Processor High-performance industria l embedded [...]

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    Features and Specifications 4 Resolution (PAL/NTSC) PAL/NTSC Real-time monitoring: D1 704×576/704×[...]

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    Honeywell 5 Various File Swit ch Ways Can switch to previous or next file or any file in current pla[...]

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    Features and Specifications 6 RS232 Ordinary serial port (for upgra de and maintenance) and transpar[...]

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    Honeywell 7 2 Overview and Controls This section provides information about front panel a nd rear pa[...]

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    Overview and Controls 8 Shift current activated control, Left/2 Right/3   During playback, cli[...]

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    Honeywell 9 normal playback. In live view, press this key to enter Search interface. Reverse/Pause ?[...]

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    Overview and Controls 10 No. Description 1 Power button 2 Power input port 3 Fan 4 Loop video output[...]

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    Honeywell 11 Figure 2-3 Device Connection Remote Controller The remote controller interface i s show[...]

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    Overview and Controls 12 Figure 2-4 Remote Controller No. Function 1 Record search 2 Multiple-w indo[...]

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    Honeywell 13 16 Record Mouse Control The password input dial ogue box will pop up if you have not lo[...]

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    Overview and Controls 14 Implement special control operation suc h as double click one item in the f[...]

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    Honeywell 15 3 Inst allation and Connections Note All the installation and operations here should co[...]

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    Installation and Connections 16 Please follow the instructions below to in stall the hard disk. 1. L[...]

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    Honeywell 17 Connecting Power Supply Please check whether the input voltage matche s device power su[...]

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    Installation and Connections 18 Connecting Video Output Main video output includes BNC (CVBS PAL/NTS[...]

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    Honeywell 19 If the sound box and the pick-up cannot be separated spatially, it is easy to cause a s[...]

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    Installation and Connections 20 Figure 3-1 Alarm Input and Output Parameter Grounding Alarm Ground l[...]

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    Honeywell 21 Figure 3-2 Sample of Alarm Input (Normal Close Ty pe) Alarm Output Port  Three ways [...]

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    Installation and Connections 22 Surge voltage Between touches w ith same polarity 1500V (10×160us) [...]

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    Honeywell 23 e. The voltage between of A,B lines of the decoder should be less than 5v. 2. Connect t[...]

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    Overview of Navigation and Controls 24 4 Overview of Navigation and Controls Before operation, pleas[...]

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    Honeywell 25 Figure 4-1 Menu Login Main Menu After you have logged in, the system main menu will app[...]

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    Overview of Navigation and Controls 26 One is from menu option: In the main menu, click the shut dow[...]

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    Honeywell 27 Manual Record Live Viewing After you have logged in, the system is in live viewing mode[...]

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    Overview of Navigation and Controls 28  Manual: The highest priorit y. After being set to manual [...]

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    Honeywell 29 When system is in automat ic recording, all channel s will be recorded as you set up in[...]

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    Overview of Navigation and Controls 30 Figure 4-9 Stop Recording in All Channels Search & Playba[...]

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    Honeywell 31 Figure 4-10 Record Search Menu 15 Please refer to the following chart for more informat[...]

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    Overview of Navigation and Controls 32 12 Previous channel 13 Search 14 Backup 15 Redundancy Search [...]

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    Honeywell 33 Button Illustration Remarks Fast play button  In playback mode, click this button to[...]

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    Overview of Navigation and Controls 34 rounds, you get fast backward 2. You can continue turning to [...]

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    Honeywell 35 Schedule After the system has booted up it w ill enter a default 24-hour regular mode. [...]

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    Overview of Navigation and Controls 36 Figure 4-12 Schedule Menu Quick Setup This function allows yo[...]

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    Honeywell 37 If current channel is recording now, the setup will get activated immediately, and the [...]

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    Overview of Navigation and Controls 38  Show message: The sy stem will send message to the local [...]

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    Honeywell 39 Figure 4-13 Motion Detection Menu Figure 4-14 Motion Detection Zone Setting[...]

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    Overview of Navigation and Controls 40 Figure 4-15 PTZ Activation Setting Figure 4-16 Armed Period S[...]

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    Honeywell 41 Video Loss In Figure 4-13 , select “Video Loss” from the type list. You can see the[...]

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    Overview of Navigation and Controls 42 Note In “Detect” interface, the copy/paste function is on[...]

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    Honeywell 43  Event type: Select local input. Netw ork input is not effective in HD- 16DVR-C. [...]

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    Overview of Navigation and Controls 44 Figure 4-20 Menu of the Alarm Figure 4-21 PTZ Activation Sett[...]

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    Honeywell 45 Figure 4-22 Period Setup Figure 4-23 Business Day s and Non-Business Days Settings Back[...]

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    Overview of Navigation and Controls 46 Detect Device Click Backup , and you can see an inte rface sh[...]

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    Honeywell 47 When the system completes backup, you can see a d ialogue box prompting successful back[...]

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    Overview of Navigation and Controls 48 The file name format usually is: SN_CH+channel n umber+time Y[...]

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    Honeywell 49 PTZ Setup Note The camera video should be in the curren t screen. Before setup, check w[...]

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    Overview of Navigation and Controls 50 Figure 4-27 PTZ Setup Menu After completing all the settings [...]

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    Honeywell 51 Here you can set the following items:  Step: value ranges from 1 to 8.  8 directi[...]

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    Overview of Navigation and Controls 52 Name Function key function Shortcut key Function key function[...]

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    Honeywell 53  Auto pan Figure 4-31 Function Menu Note  Preset, tour and pattern all need the v[...]

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    Overview of Navigation and Controls 54 Figure 4-32 Preset Setup Activate Preset In Figure 4-31 , inp[...]

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    Honeywell 55 Activate Patrol (tour) In Figure 4-30 , input the patrol (tour) num ber in the No. blan[...]

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    Overview of Navigation and Controls 56 Figure 4-35 Auto Scan Setup Activate Auto Scan In Figure 4-31[...]

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    Honeywell 57 5 Underst anding of Menu Operations and Controls Menu Tree This series DVR menu tre e i[...]

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    Understanding of Menu O perations and Controls 58 Search (page 30 ) Information HDD Info BPS Log Ver[...]

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    Honeywell 59 Main Menu After you have logged in, the system main menu will appear a s shown below. S[...]

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    Understanding of Menu O perations and Controls 60  Date separator: There are three de not ations [...]

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    Honeywell 61 Figure 5-2 General Setup Menu Figure 5-3 DST Setup Menu (Weel) Figure 5-4 DST setup men[...]

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    Understanding of Menu O perations and Controls 62 Note that some series do not support e xtra stream[...]

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    Honeywell 63 Figure 5-5 Encode Menu Figure 5-6 Overlay Menu Schedule Refer to Schedule on page 35 . [...]

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    Understanding of Menu O perations and Controls 64  Function: There are two modes for you to selec[...]

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    Honeywell 65  DHCP: It is to activate auto sear ch IP. When you enable the DHCP function, you can[...]

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    Understanding of Menu O perations and Controls 66 Figure 5-9 Advanced Settings IP Filter IP filter i[...]

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    Honeywell 67 After rebooting, DVR will connect to the internet automatically. The IP in the PPPoE is[...]

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    Understanding of Menu O perations and Controls 68 Sydney GMT+10 Hawaii GMT-10 Alaska GMT-9 Pacific T[...]

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    Honeywell 69 Now you can open the DDNS Server web se arch page. Figure 5-13 DDNS Setup Menu Note tha[...]

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    Understanding of Menu O perations and Controls 70 Figure 5-14 FTP Server Setup Menu You can use a PC[...]

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    Honeywell 71 Figure 5-16 FTP Setup Menu Please check the box left to Enable to activate the FTP func[...]

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    Understanding of Menu O perations and Controls 72 Figure 5-17 Email Setup Menu Refer to the followin[...]

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    Honeywell 73  Under Windows Command Prompt, input ping smtp.google.com then press return.  The[...]

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    Understanding of Menu O perations and Controls 74 After completing all the setups click Save , and t[...]

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    Honeywell 75  Enable tour: Activate tour function.  Interval: Input proper interval val ue her[...]

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    Understanding of Menu O perations and Controls 76 Figure 5-21 Channel Name Setup Menu In tour mode, [...]

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    Honeywell 77  Select all  General  Encode  Schedule  RS232  Network  Alarm  [...]

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    Understanding of Menu O perations and Controls 78 Advanced Select Advanced on the main win dow, and [...]

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    Honeywell 79 Figure 5-25 HDD Management Setup Menu Click Alarm Set , and the interface is shown a s [...]

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    Understanding of Menu O perations and Controls 80 Figure 5-26 Abnormity Setup Menu Abnormity Abnormi[...]

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    Honeywell 81 Figure 5-27 Sample of No Disk Abnormity Alarm Output Here you can set proper alarm outp[...]

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    Understanding of Menu O perations and Controls 82 Figure 5-28 Alarm Output Setup Menu Manual Record [...]

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    Honeywell 83  Hidden user “default” is for system interi or use only and cannot be deleted. W[...]

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    Understanding of Menu O perations and Controls 84 Figure 5-30 Auto Maintain Setup Menu TV Adjust Her[...]

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    Honeywell 85 Figure 5-32 Video Matrix Menu Information Here you can view system information. There i[...]

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    Understanding of Menu O perations and Controls 86 Figure 5-33 Info Menu HDD Information Here is a li[...]

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    Honeywell 87 Figure 5-34 HDD Info Menu Tips: Click Fn or left click the mouse b utton to view the HD[...]

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    Understanding of Menu O perations and Controls 88 Figure 5-35 BPS Display Menu Log Here you can view[...]

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    Honeywell 89 Figure 5-36 Log Search Menu Version Here you can view some informati on related to this[...]

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    Understanding of Menu O perations and Controls 90 Figure 5-37 Version Menu Online Users Here you can[...]

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    Honeywell 91 Figure 5-38 Online Users Menu Shutdown Left click the shutdown button, the system will [...]

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    Understanding of Menu O perations and Controls 92 Figure 5-39 Shutdown Menu[...]

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    Honeywell 93 6 W eb Client Operation Note There might be slight differences in the interface due to [...]

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    Web Client Operation 94 Figure 6-1 Sample of IE Login Input your IP address here. A system pop up wi[...]

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    Honeywell 95 Figure 6-3 Settings for ActiveX After installation, the interface is shown as below. Se[...]

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    Web Client Operation 96 Figure 6-4 Web Login Windo w After you logged in, you can see the main windo[...]

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    Honeywell 97 o Preview window switch. System support 1/4/8/9/16-window real - time preview. Please y[...]

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    Web Client Operation 98 Figure 6-9 Control Setup 1 2 3 4 5 6  1: Digital zoom: Click this button [...]

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    Honeywell 99 You can click this button to enable audio talk. Local Play Click Local Play , and the s[...]

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    Web Client Operation 100 Figure 6-12 PTZ Control Menu Direction key and 3D positioning key You can c[...]

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    Honeywell 101 Iris close Open In Figure 6-12 , click the PTZ setup button and you will see the foll [...]

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    Web Client Operation 102 -13 , move the camera to your desired location and then input e. Click the [...]

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    Honeywell 103 Or you can click the default button to use the system default setup. Figure 6-15 Color[...]

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    Web Client Operation 104 Figure 6-18 Path Setup Menu (for Record) Click Reboot , and the system pop [...]

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    Honeywell 105 Figure 6-20 Version Information Menu HDD information Here you can view local storage s[...]

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    Web Client Operation 106 Figure 6-21 HDD Information Menu Log Here you can view system log. See Figu[...]

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    Honeywell 107 Figure 6-22 Log Information Menu Click Backup , and the interface is sho wn in Figure [...]

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    Web Client Operation 108 Parameter Function Clear You can cl ick this button to delete all displayed[...]

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    Honeywell 109 Figure 6-25 DST Setup Menu (Date) Figure 6-26 DST Setup Menu (Week) Please refer to th[...]

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    Web Client Operation 110 Language You can select the language from the drop down list. Device needs [...]

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    Honeywell 111 Figure 6-28 Color Setting Menu Please refer to the following table for det ailed infor[...]

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    Web Client Operation 112 Parameter Function Bit Rate Type There are two options: VBR a nd CBR. Pleas[...]

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    Honeywell 113 Figure 6-29 Copy-To Menu Schedule Here you can set different periods fo r various days[...]

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    Web Client Operation 114 Figure 6-31 Date and Time Setup Menu Please refer to the following sheet fo[...]

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    Honeywell 115 Parameter Function click Save . Refresh Click this button to get devic e latest config[...]

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    Web Client Operation 116 Parameter Function Parity Multiple options: none, odd, even, etc. System de[...]

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    Honeywell 117 Parameter Function DHCP Dynamically get IP address. You can get the devic e IP from th[...]

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    Web Client Operation 118 Figure 6-34 Email Setup Menu Please refer to the following sheet for de tai[...]

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    Honeywell 119 Figure 6-35 DDNS Setup Menu Please refer to the following sheet for de tailed informat[...]

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    Web Client Operation 120 Figure 6-36 NAS Setup Menu Please refer to the following sheet for detailed[...]

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    Honeywell 121 Parameter Function click the save button. Refresh Click this b utton to get device lat[...]

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    Web Client Operation 122 Figure 6-38 Alarm Setup Menu Please refer to the following sheet for de tai[...]

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    Honeywell 123 Parameter Function alarm device when alarm occurs. Alarm Latch System can delay the al[...]

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    Web Client Operation 124 Figure 6-39 The Detection Setup Men u Figure 6-40 The Detection Zone Setu p[...]

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    Honeywell 125 Please refer to the following sheet for de tailed information. Parameter Function Even[...]

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    Web Client Operation 126 Email If you enabled this function, th e system can send out email to alert[...]

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    Honeywell 127 Please refer to the following sheet for de tailed information. Parameter Function Chan[...]

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    Web Client Operation 128 Figure 6-42 Default Setup Menu Please refer to the following sheet for de t[...]

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    Honeywell 129 Figure 6-43 HDD Management Menu Please refer to the following sheet for de tailed info[...]

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    Web Client Operation 130 Figure 6-44 Alarm I/O Config Menu Please refer to the following chart for d[...]

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    Honeywell 131 Figure 6-45 Record Control Menu Please refer to the following chart for de tailed info[...]

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    Web Client Operation 132 Figure 6-46 Account Managemen t Menu Auto Maintenanc e Here you can select [...]

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    Honeywell 133 Figure 6-47 Auto Maintenance Menu Abnormity The abnormity interface is sho wn as below[...]

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    Web Client Operation 134 Figure 6-48 Abnormity Setup Menu Please refer to the following chart for de[...]

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    Honeywell 135 Here you can set channels for the SPOT (matrix) outp ut and the display interval. See [...]

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    Web Client Operation 136 Figure 6-50 Record Search Menu Select the files you want to download an d t[...]

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    Honeywell 137 Now you can see the system begins to download and the Do wnload button changes to the [...]

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    Web Client Operation 138 Type Parameter Function Record Search general record , alarm record and mot[...]

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    Honeywell 139  Play  Pause  Stop  Slow play  Fast play Figure 6-54 Playback Menu The [...]

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    Web Client Operation 140 Here you can set device alarm type and alarm sound setup. Figure 6-55 Alarm[...]

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    Honeywell 141 Prompt Automaticall y pops up alarm dialogue box. Sound pop-up System sends out alarm [...]

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    Web Client Operation 142 Figure 6-57 Logout Interface Un-install Web Control You can use web un-inst[...]

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    Honeywell 143 7 F AQ 1. DVR cannot boot up properly. There are the following possibilities:  Inpu[...]

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    FAQ 144 4. There is no video output whether it is one-channel, multiple-chann el or all-channel outp[...]

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    Honeywell 145  Program read error, bit data is too small. There i s a mosaic displayed on the ful[...]

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    FAQ 146  PTZ setup is incorrect.  PTZ decoder and DVR protocol is incompatible.  PTZ decode[...]

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    Honeywell 147  Network fluency is not good.  Client-end resources are li mited.  There is m[...]

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    FAQ 148 18. Alarm signal can not been disarmed. There are the following possibilities:  Alarm set[...]

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    Honeywell 149 22. Cannot playback the downl oaded file. There are following possibi lities:  Ther[...]

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    Appendix 150 8 Appendix HDD Capacity Calculation Calculate total capacity needed by each DVR accordi[...]

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    Honeywell 151    c i i T m q 1 × a% (4) In the formula : a% means alarm oc currence rate[...]

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