Honeywell HD-DVR-1004 manual

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    © 20 11 Honeywell Internat ional I nc. All rights reserved. http://www .security.ho neywell.com Rev[...]

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    Honeywell i Contents 1 Features and S pecifications ................................................[...]

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    Honeywell ii RS232 .................................................................................[...]

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    Honeywell iii Backup ...............................................................................[...]

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    Honeywell iv Ma nual Record ........................................................................[...]

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    Honeywell v 8 Appendix .............................................................................[...]

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    Honeywell i Explanation o f Symbols T his symbol is int ended to alert the user to the pr esence of [...]

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    Honeywell ii Class I appar atus shall be connected to a m ains socket outlet with a pr otective eart[...]

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    Honeywell iii 3. Heed al l warn ings. 4. Follow all inst r uc tions 5. Do not use th is apparatus ne[...]

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    Honeywell iv 13. Unplug this ap paratus dur ing lighting s torms or when unuse d for long periods of[...]

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    Honeywell v D o not install the unit in an e xtremely hot or humid location , or in a place subj ect[...]

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    Honeywell 1 1 Features and S pecifications Overview HD- DVR - 10 0 4, HD - DVR - 100 8 and HD - DVR [...]

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    Features and Sp ecifications 2 S upport s multi - channel a udio and video . I ndepend ent hardware [...]

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    Honeywell 3 Specification Parameter HD - DV R - 10 04 HD - DVR - 10 08 HD - DVR - 1016 Sys tem Main [...]

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    Features and Sp ecifications 4 Resolution (PAL/NTSC) PAL/NTSC Real - time monitoring : D1 704×576/7[...]

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    Honeywell 5 Record and playback Recording Mode Manual r ecordi ng, mot ion det ection r ecordi ng, s[...]

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    Features and Sp ecifications 6 Alarm Output 3- channel rela y output Alarm Relay 30VDC 2A , 125VA [...]

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    Honeywell 7 2 Ove rview and Contr ols This section provide s information about f ront panel and rear[...]

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    Overview and C ont r ols 8 ESC ESC Go to previous m enu, or cancel curre nt operation. During playba[...]

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    Honeywell 9 USB port To connect USB storage dev i ce, USB mous e. Network abnormal indicator Net Net[...]

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    Overview and C ont r ols 10 Please refer to t he following table for det ailed information. No. Desc[...]

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    Honeywell 11 Figure 2-5 Device Connection R emote Control ler The remote control ler interf ace is s[...]

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    Overview and C ont r ols 12 Figure 2-6 Remote Contr ol ler No. Function 1 Record search 2 Multiple -[...]

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    Honeywell 13 Mouse Control Left click mouse The p ass word input dialogue box will pop u p if you ha[...]

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    Overview and C ont r ols 14 In input box, yo u can select input methods. Left click the correspondin[...]

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    Honeywell 15 Right click mouse In real - time mo nitor mode, the s hortcut menu will appear: one - w[...]

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    Installation and Connection s 16 3 Installation and Connections Note All the installation and operat[...]

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    Honeywell 17 HDD Installation This series DVR has only one S ATA HDD. Please us e HDD of 7200rp m or[...]

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    Installation and Connection s 18 7. Connect the HD D cable and po wer cable. 8. Clos e the upper cov[...]

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    Honeywell 19 P lease u se high quality, sound shielded BNC . Please select suitable BNC model accord[...]

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    Installation and Connection s 20 Audio Output The audio output signal par ameter is usually over 200[...]

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    Honeywell 21 Alarm Input and Output Deta i ls You can refer to the following sheet and Figure 3-1 fo[...]

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    Installation and Connection s 22 Use the same ground wit h that of DVR if you use external po wer fo[...]

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    Honeywell 23 B etween touch es with differen t polarity 100 0VAC 1minut e B etween touch and winding[...]

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    Installation and Connection s 24 d “485 A, B” of DVR cannot connect parallel with “485 port ?[...]

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    Honeywell 25 4 Ove rview of Nav igation and Contr ols Before operat ion, please make s ure you hav e[...]

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    Overview of Na v igation and Contr ol s 26 Within 30 minutes , login failure t hree times will resul[...]

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    Honeywell 27 Logout There are two ways fo r you to log out. One is from menu optio n: In th e main m[...]

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    Overview of Na v igation and Contr ol s 28 Manual Record Live V iewing After you have log ged in, th[...]

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    Honeywell 29 • Manual: T he highest priority. A fter being set to manual mode , all selected chann[...]

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    Overview of Na v igation and Contr ol s 30 When system is in automatic recording, all channels will [...]

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    Honeywell 31 Figure 4-9 Stop Recordin g in All Channels Search & Playb ack Search M enu Click th[...]

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    Overview of Na v igation and Contr ol s 32 Figure 4- 10 Record S earch Menu Please refer to t he fol[...]

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    Honeywell 33 13 Search 14 Backup B asic O peration Playback There are various sea rch modes: video t[...]

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    Overview of Na v igation and Contr ol s 34 modes such a s fast play 1, fast play 2 and more. diff er[...]

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    Honeywell 35 Figure 4- 11 Samp l e of the Calendar Schedule After the system has b ooted up it will [...]

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    Overview of Na v igation and Contr ol s 36 MD: In the selecte d time, the device will record when M [...]

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    Honeywell 37 the entire setup an d then click the Save button to keep all of the modif ied settings.[...]

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    Overvie w of Navigation and Contr ols 38 Please refer to the following f igure for detailed inf or m[...]

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    Honeywell 39 Activ ation Sna pshot Please follow the steps l isted below to enable the activati on s[...]

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    Overview of Na v igation and Contr ol s 40 Priority Please n ote the act ivatio n snapshot has the h[...]

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    Honeywell 41 time, syst em can acti vate the act ivatio n snaps hot when alarm occurs , and otherwi [...]

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    Overview of Na v igation and Contr ol s 42 • Delay : When detect ed motion is complete d , the s y[...]

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    Honeywell 43 Figure 4- 15 Motion Dete ction M enu Figure 4- 16 Motion Dete ction Zon e S etting[...]

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    Overview of Na v igation and Co ntr ols 44 Figure 4- 17 PTZ Activation S etting Figure 4- 18 Armed P[...]

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    Honeywell 45 Figure 4- 19 Business D a y and Non - Business Day Setting Video Loss I n Figure 4- 15 [...]

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    Overview of Na v igation and Contr ol s 46 Figure 4- 20 Menu of Vid eo Loss Camera Mask ing When som[...]

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    Honeywell 47 Figure 4- 21 M enu of C a mera M asking A larm Setup and Alarm Ac ti v ation B efore op[...]

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    Overview of Na v igation and Contr ol s 48 • PTZ activatio n: Here you can set PTZ mov ement when [...]

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    Honeywell 49 Figure 4- 22 Menu of the Alarm Figure 4- 23 The settings of P TZ Activ ation[...]

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    Overview of Na v igation and Contr ol s 50 Figure 4- 24 Period Setup Figure 4- 25 The Settings of B [...]

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    Honeywell 51 D etect D evice Click B ackup , and you can see an interface shown in Figure 4- 26 . He[...]

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    Overview of Na v igation and Contr ol s 52 When the system compl etes backup, you can see a dialogue[...]

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    Honeywell 53 The file name form at usually is: S N_CH+channel number +time Y +M+D+H+ M+ S . In the f[...]

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    Overview of Na v igation and Contr ol s 54 PTZ S etup Note The camer a video sho uld be in th e curr[...]

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    Honeywell 55 Figure 4- 29 PTZ Setup M enu After completing all the set ting s click S ave . In the s[...]

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    Overview of Na v igation and Contr ol s 56 • 8 direction arrow s for PTZ position adjustment • Z[...]

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    Honeywell 57 Preset /Tour /P attern /Scan Operations In Figure 4- 31 , click Set . The interface is [...]

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    Overview of Na v igation and Contr ol s 58 Figure 4- 33 Function M e nu Note • Preset, tour and p [...]

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    Honeywell 59 Figure 4- 34 Preset Se tup Activate P reset In Figure 4- 33 , input the preset num ber [...]

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    Overview of Na v igation and Contr ol s 60 Activate P atrol ( tour) In Figure 4- 32 , input the patr[...]

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    Honeywell 61 Figure 4- 37 Auto Scan Setup Activate Auto Scan In Figure 4- 33 , click Auto Scan , and[...]

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    Understanding of Menu Opera t ions and Controls 62 5 Unde rst anding of Menu Ope rations and Control[...]

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    Honeywell 63 Search Information HDD Info BPS Log Version Online Users Setting General Encode Schedul[...]

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    Understanding of Menu Opera t ions and Controls 64 Main Menu After you have log ged in, the sy stem [...]

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    Honeywell 65 • DST: Here you ca n set DST ti me and date. P lease enable DST f unction and then cl[...]

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    Understanding of Menu Opera t ions and Controls 66 Figure 5-2 G eneral S etup Menu Figure 5-3 DST Se[...]

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    Honeywell 67 • Channel: Select t he channel you want. • Compres sion: S ystem supports H.264 . ?[...]

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    Understanding of Menu Oper a tions and Controls 68 Figure 5-5 Encode M enu Figure 5-6 O verla y Menu[...]

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    Honeywell 69 • Function: There are two mode s for you to select. Console is for seria l port or mi[...]

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    Understanding of Menu Opera t ions and Controls 70 • IP address: Here you c an input the IP addre [...]

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    Honeywell 71 A dvanced setup interf ace is shown in Figure 5-9 . D raw a circle to enable the corres[...]

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    Understanding of Menu Opera t ions and Controls 72 · IP multiple cast grou p address - 224.0.0.0 - [...]

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    Honeywell 73 Click Sa ve , you need to restart to activ ate your config ur ation. After rebooting, D[...]

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    Understanding of Menu Opera t ions and Controls 74 Beijing (Hong Kong) GMT +8 To kyo GMT+9 Sydney GM[...]

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    Honeywell 75 http : //( Domain Name ) e.g.: http : // site.3322.org ) Now you can open the DD NS Ser[...]

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    Understanding of Menu Opera t ions and Controls 76 Figure 5- 14 The FTP S erver Setup Menu You can u[...]

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    Honeywell 77 Figure 5- 16 The FTP S etup Menu Please check t he box left to Enable to activat e the [...]

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    Understanding of Menu Opera t ions and Controls 78 Figure 5- 17 The Em ail Setup M enu R efer to the[...]

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    Honeywell 79 • Under Windo ws Command Prompt, input ping smtp.google. com then press retur n. • [...]

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    Understanding of Menu Opera t ions and Controls 80 After completing all the setups click Save , and [...]

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    Honeywell 81 • Interval: Inpu t proper interval v alue here. The val ue ranges from 5 - 120 second[...]

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    Understanding of Menu Opera t ions and Controls 82 Figure 5- 21 The C hannel N ame S etup Menu In to[...]

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    Honeywell 83 Default Click Default , a dialogue box will pop up. You restore d efault factory setup [...]

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    Understanding of Menu Opera t ions and Controls 84 Figure 5- 23 The D efau lt Setup M enu Advanced S[...]

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    Honeywell 85 Figure 5- 24 The Adv anced Menu H DD M anageme nt Here you can v i ew and im p lement h[...]

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    Understanding of Menu Opera t ions and Controls 86 Figure 5- 25 The HDD M anagement Setup M enu Clic[...]

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    Honeywell 87 Figure 5- 26 The A bnorm ity Setup Menu Abnormity Abnormity interfac e is shown in Figu[...]

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    Understanding of Menu Opera t ions and Controls 88 Figure 5- 27 The Sample of No D isk Abnormity Ala[...]

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    Honeywell 89 Manual R ec ord R efer to Manual Rec ord . Account Here yo u can implement account mana[...]

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    Understanding of Menu Opera t ions and Controls 90 Figure 5- 29 The A ccoun t M anagement Menu Auto [...]

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    Honeywell 91 TV A djust Here you can adjust t he TV output setu p. See Figure 5- 31 . Please drag sl[...]

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    Understanding of Menu Opera t ions and Controls 92 Overlay mode: There are two opt ions: preview and[...]

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    Honeywell 93 Figure 5- 33 Text Ov erla y(Net w ork Type) For the ATM/POS don ’ t include protocols[...]

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    Understanding of Menu Opera tions and Cont rols 94 Figure 5- 34 ATM/POS Click Data button y ou can s[...]

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    Honeywell 95 Information Here you can view system i nformation. There is a total of f ive items: HDD[...]

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    Understanding of Menu Opera t ions and Controls 96 Setting  Genera l to adjust system time or go [...]

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    Honeywell 97 Figure 5- 38 The BPS D isplay Menu Log Here you can view the syst em log file. The syst[...]

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    Understanding of Menu Opera t ions and Controls 98 Figure 5- 39 The L og Sea rch Menu Version Here y[...]

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    Honeywell 99 Figure 5- 40 The V ersion Menu Online U sers Here you can manage o nline users. S ee Fi[...]

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    Understanding of Menu Opera t ions and Controls 100 Figure 5- 41 The O nline U ser s Menu Shutdown L[...]

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    Honeywell 101 Figure 5- 42 The Shutdo wn Menu[...]

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    Web Client Opera tion 102 6 W eb Client Operation Note • A ll the operations h ere are based on HD[...]

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    Honeywell 103 Figure 6-1 Sample of IE Login A s ystem pop up with warning information will ask you i[...]

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    Web Client Opera tion 104 Figure 6-2 The Inte rnet Options Windo w[...]

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    Honeywell 105 Figure 6-3 The Settings for ActiveX After installati on, the interface is show n as be[...]

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    Web Client Opera tion 106 Figure 6-4 The W eb Login Windo w After you logged in, y ou can see the ma[...]

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    Honeywell 1 07 Figure 6-6 The P review Window S w itc h M enu Figure 6-7 The M ain M enu of Web C li[...]

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    Web Client Opera tion 108 • 1: Digital zoom : Click this button and then lef t drag the mouse in t[...]

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    Honeywell 109 Figure 6- 11 S electi on M enu of L ocal P la y F ile PTZ Before PTZ operation, make s[...]

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    Web Client Opera tion 110 Figure 6- 12 PTZ Control Menu Directio n key and 3 D positioning key In Fi[...]

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    Honeywell 111 Iris close Open In Figure 6 - 12 , click the PTZ setup button and you will see the fol[...]

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    Web Client Opera tion 112 In Figure 6 - 13 , move the camera to y our desired locati on and then inp[...]

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    Honeywell 113 Or you can click the d ef ault button t o use the syst em d ef ault setup. Figure 6- 1[...]

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    Web Client Opera tion 114 Figure 6- 18 The P ath Se tup M enu (for Record) Click Reboot , and the sy[...]

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    Honeywell 115 Figure 6- 20 Version I nformation M enu HDD information He re you can v i ew local sto[...]

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    Web Client Opera tion 116 Figure 6- 21 HDD I nformation Menu Log Here you can v i ew sy stem log. S [...]

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    Honeywell 117 Figure 6- 22 Log Informa tion Menu C lick B ackup , and t he interface is shown in Fig[...]

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    Web Client Opera tion 118 Please refer to t he following sheet f or log parameter informatio n . Par[...]

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    Honeywell 119 Figure 6- 24 G ener al Setup Menu Figure 6- 25 DST Setup M enu ( D ate)[...]

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    Web Client Opera tion 120 Figure 6- 26 DST Setup M enu ( W eek) Please refer to t he following table[...]

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    Honeywell 121 Encode interface i s shown as in Figure 6 - 27 . Figure 6- 27 The E ncode M en u Figur[...]

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    Web Client Opera tion 122 Parameter Function Compressio n H.264 Main Stream It includes ma in stream[...]

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    Honeywell 123 Parameter Function The OSD tr ansparent valu e is not ap plic abl e i n t he curr ent [...]

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    Web Client Opera tion 124 Figure 6- 30 The S chedul e Setup M enu Figure 6- 31 The D ate an d T ime [...]

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    Honeywell 125 Parameter Function Channel Pleas e select a chann el f irst. Pre- record Please input [...]

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    Web Client O peratio n 126 Figure 6- 32 The RS2 32 Setup M enu Please refer to the following she et [...]

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    Honeywell 127 Network The network int erface is shown as in Fig ure 6 -33 . Figure 6- 33 The N etwor[...]

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    Web Client Opera tion 128 Parameter Function Device connec ts to the internet via PPP oE after reboo[...]

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    Honeywell 129 Parameter Function Sender Send er email address . Subject I nput email subject here. A[...]

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    Web Client Opera tion 130 Parameter Function User T he us er name you input t o log in the server. P[...]

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    Honeywell 131 Parameter Function File length The file lengt h you upload to the F TP. When the setup[...]

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    Web Client Opera tion 132 Figure 6- 37 The NTP Setup M enu Alarm Alarm setup interfac e is shown as [...]

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    Honeywell 133 Figure 6- 38 The A larm Setup M enu Please refer to the following sheet for detailed i[...]

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    Web Client Opera tion 134 Parameter Function Alarm Out Enable alarm act ivation funct ion. You need [...]

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    Honeywell 135 Figure 6- 39 The D etection Setup M enu Figure 6- 40 The D etection Zone S etup Please[...]

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    Web Client Oper ation 136 Parameter Function Event Type T here are three types: Mot ion detection/v [...]

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    Honeywell 137 alert you whe n alarm s oc c ur and end. Tour Displa y video in local monit or windo w[...]

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    Web Client Opera tion 138 Please refer to the following she et for detailed inf orm ation. Parameter[...]

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    Honeywell 139 Figure 6- 42 The De fault Setu p Menu Please refer to t he following sheet f or detail[...]

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    Web Client Opera tion 140 P lease select the storage devi ce first and then you can see the items on[...]

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    Honeywell 141 Figure 6- 44 The A larm I/O Con fig M enu Please refer to the following chart for deta[...]

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    Web Client Opera tion 142 Figure 6- 45 The R ecord Control M enu Please refer to the following chart[...]

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    Honeywell 143 Figure 6- 46 The A ccoun t M anagement Menu Auto Mai nt enance Here you can sele ct au[...]

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    Web Client Opera tion 144 Figure 6- 47 The A uto M aint enance Menu Snapshot For Snapshot funct ion [...]

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    Honeywell 145 Figure 6- 48 Snapshot Please refer to t he following sheet f or de tailed informa tion[...]

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    Web Client Opera tion 146 Abnormity The abnormity i nt erface is shown as below. Figure 6- 49 The A [...]

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    Honeywell 147 message screen. Ad ditional Funct ion DNS Here you can set serv er or local operat or [...]

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    Web Client Opera tion 148 There are tot al four groups IP. The record channel applies to one group ([...]

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    Honeywell 149 Figure 6- 52 Auto Regist er Please ref er to the f ol l owin g sheet for det ai led in[...]

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    Web Client Opera tion 150 Please select record playb ack mode, and then select start time, end time [...]

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    Honeywell 151 Figure 6- 54 The R ecord S ave Menu Now you can see the s ystem begins to download and[...]

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    Web Client Opera tion 152 Figure 6- 55 The R ecord S earch M enu ( Saving) When the download h as co[...]

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    Honeywell 153 Type Parameter Function Type Record Search general record, alarm record and motion det[...]

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    Web Client Opera tion 154 • Pause • S top • Slow play • Fast p lay Figure 6- 57 The P lay ba[...]

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    Honeywell 155 Figure 6- 58 The A larm Function M enu Please refer t o the followin g table for detai[...]

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    Web Client Opera tion 156 Sound pop - up S ystem sends out alarm sou nd when alarm occurs. You ca n [...]

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    Honeywell 157 Figure 6- 60 The Logout Int er face Un - install W eb Control You can use web u n - in[...]

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    FAQ 158 7 FAQ 1. DVR cannot boot up pr operly. There are the foll owing p ossibilities: • Input po[...]

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    Honeywell 159 4. There is no video output whether it is one - channel, multi ple - channel or all - [...]

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    FAQ 160 • Program read er ror, bit data is too smal l. There is a mosai c displayed on t he full s[...]

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    Honeywell 161 • PTZ decoder and DVR pr otocol is incom pat ible. • PTZ decoder and DVR add ress [...]

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    FAQ 162 • There is multiple - cast group setup in DVR. This mode can result in a mosaic appearanc [...]

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    Honeywell 163 There are the foll owing p ossibilities: • Alarm setup is incor rect. • Alarm outp[...]

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    FAQ 164 • No D irect X 8.1 or higher graphic a cceleration soft ware is installed . Please install[...]

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    Honeywell 165 8 Appe ndix HDD Capacity Calculati on Calculate total capacit y needed by each DVR ac [...]

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    Appendix 166 ∑ = = c i i T m q 1 × a% (4) In the f ormula : a% means alarm occurrence r at e . [...]

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