Free DDNS server for use with dynamic IP addresses MPEG-4 high-quality compression - 5-10 times smaller than MJPEG Triplex operation enabling simultaneously view live or playback while continuing to record and network transferRemote monitoring - recording - playback - change system settings and dome camera control via ethernet and/or internetJog shuttle for easy operationReal-time live display Dynamically programmable recording priority - motion detection - alarms and scheduling
Part Numbers: DVR-16TN/160, DVR16TN/160, DVR16TN160
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Triplex Digital Video Recorder Family with Network/DDNS Video Server
4 Channel Triplex MPEG-4 DVR
8 Channel Triplex MPEG-4 DVR
16 Channel Triplex MPEG-4 DVR
EZ Record: set the number of days you want to record and the DVR takes care of the rest EZ Copy: auto copy what you are playing onto a CD/RW or USB flash drive EZ Set-Up: for quick Installation Email notification of alarm events
Free DDNS server for use with dynamic IP addresses Email notification of alarm event MPEG-4 high quality compression, 5~10 times smaller than MJPEG Triplex operation enabling simultaneously view live or playback while continuing to record & network transfer Remote monitoring, recording, playback, change system settings and dome camera control via network and/or internet Jog shuttle for easy operation Real Time live display IR Remote control included Recording Rate: Up to 120pps 1 Channel in out for audio recording 1 Optical drive + up to 3 internal HDD IEEE-1394 Firewire extended storage Built-in CD-RW or DVD+RW for video clip exporting USB 2.0 port for video clip exporting, supports USB thumb drive. Easy software upgrade via Network, USB Thumb Drive, or CD-RW Configurable normal and event recording frame rate & picture quality per channel or globally via EZ record Multiple built-in dome camera protocol (through RS485): including Pelco D, Pelco P, AD422, Fastrax, DynaColor Automatic camera detection (Plug & Play) Digital Zoom 2 x 2 in live mode Covert camera operation provides enhanced security and administrator control Dynamically programmable recording priority, motion detection, alarms and scheduling Programmable call-monitor switching sequence Up to 30 sec pre-alarm recording USB mouse Support for user-friendly operation Multiple language on-screen menus Password to secure installation authorization Network software supports static IP, DHCP, PPPoE and DDNS Network hardware supports 10/100M bps Dimensions: 4 7/8" X 17 1/4" X 16 3/4" Weight: 18.45 lbs with 1 HDD (HDD weigh 1 Lbs) Power Consumption: Start up @ 90 Watts, Running @ 60 Watts Heat Dissipation: 3.42 BTU/Minute HDD size: 160GB, 300GB, 600GB, 800GB, 900GB, 1TB, 1.2TB, 1.5TB, 2.25TB) Operating temperature: 14 F to 120 F
* Standard DVR comes with a 160GB HDD. Other configurations available up to 2.25 TB internal
Specifications subject to change DVR User manual Software CD-ROM Power Supply 3 Year Limited Warranty IR Remote Control
For more information contact us at: Speco Technologies 200 New Highway, Amityville, NY 11701 Web: www.specotech.com Toll Free: 1-800-645-5516 In Metro NY: 631-957-8700 Fax: 631-957-9142 or 631-957-3880
Specifications: 4, 8 or 16 MPEG-4 Triplex Digital Video Recorder with 160GB HDD
Operation System Video Standard Video Operation Resolution Live Video Input
Embedded ( Linux ) NTSC/PAL Triplex+ ( Live, Record, Playback , Remote, and Internet access ) NTSC: 720 x 480 pixels BNC x 4, 1.0Vp-p/75 ohm BNC x 8, 1.0Vp-p/75 ohm BNC x 16, 1.0Vp-p/75 ohm
Video Main Monitor
BNC x 1, S-Video x 1, 1.0Vp-p/75 ohm BNC x 1, 1.0Vp-p/75 ohm
BNC x 4, 1.0Vp-p/75 ohm BNC x 8, 1.0Vp-p/75 ohm BNC x 16, 1.0Vp-p/75 ohm
Call Monitor Loop
VGA Output Live Picture Refresh Rate Digital Zoom Camera Installation Input Output Recording Mode Compression Method File Size Operation Playback Compression Method Recording Mode Pre-Alarm
Resolution & Rate
Recording Quality Image Size Storage Mode Playback Playback Speed Adjustment Retrieve Data Life Time Built-in Storage Built-in HDD External Storage Export Alarm Input Alarm Detection Auditory Alert Motion Detection Video Loss Detection Alarm Relay Output Network Connectivity Remote Control Software Access Control Remote Operation RS232C RS485 Dome Control Protocol IR Remote Control
800 x 600, 1024 x 768, 1280 x 1024 pixels @ 60Hz NTSC: 480 PPS(16CH) 2x2 Plug & Play RCA x 1, Line-In RCA x 1, Line-Out Always Real Time Record, Synchronized w/ Video ADPCM, G.726 8KB/Sec Remote + VCR mode Only for Video Original Speed MPEG-4 Advanced Simple Profile Schedule, Alarm, Motion Detection 0~30 sec 720x480: 30 pps 720x240: 60 pps 360x240: 120 pps 720x576: 25 pps 720x288: 50 pps 360x288: 100 pps 5 levels adjustable 2K to 20K Byte/picture Linear/Circular Play, Stop, Pause, Rewind, Forward, Search 1X, 2X32X Date/Time, Event (Programmable) X2 ATA 133 / UDMA 133 IDE, HDD/CD-RW/DVD+RW Up to 3 built-in HDDs X2 IEEE 1394 ports X3 USB2.0 ports, support ThumbDrive, CD-RW, or DVD+RW X4, Terminal Block X8, Terminal Block X16, Terminal Block N.C./N.O., Programmable Built-in Buzzer 21 X 13(NTSC), 21 X 16(PAL) Grid Array, Sensitivity, Trig Level Adjustable Programmable X2, Terminal Block, 1.0A/24V (Programmable) Ethernet RJ-45 connector, 10/100Mbps, supports DHCP/PPPoE/DDNS Internet Explorer 2 Level Password Monitoring, Playback, Recording, System Setup, Dome Camera D-sub 9 pin female Terminal Block Pelco P, Pelco D, AD422, Fastrax, DynaColor
Powerful alarm processor allows flexible alarm trigger and responses, including alarm, motion, and camera failure Dome control protocols: Speco, Pelco D, Pelco P, Fastrax 2 and AD422 Two levels of password security
Product Application Diagram
Connect the unit with other devices as shown in the system diagram below to complete a video surveillance solution. The figure also displays the expandability and flexibility of this digital recording system.
Priority notices and an introduction on system installation will be described in this chapter. Please follow the instructions to operate the unit. In order to prevent the unit from data loss and system damage that can be caused by a sudden power fluctuation, use of an Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) is highly recommended.
Position the Unit
Position/ mount the DVR-4TN/ 8TN/ 16TN/ 16TS/ 16TT series unit in an appropriate, steady location and make sure the power is off before making any connections. The area should avoid hindering or blocking the unit from airflow. Enough airflow is needed to protect the unit from overheating. The maximum allowable temperature of operating environment is 104F/ 40C. The unit utilizes heat-conducting techniques to transfer internal heat to the case, especially to the bottom side of the unit. NOTE: Be sure not to remove the rubber feet, and always leave a space for air ventilation on the units bottom side.
Selecting Video Format
The DVR-4TN/ 8TN/ 16TN/ 16TS/ 16TT series unit is designed to operate under either NTSC or PAL video formats. Please contact a qualified service person to perform the installation procedure.
Connecting Devices to the Unit
This section lists some important notices that should be read before making any connections to the DVR-4TN/ 8TN/ 16TN/ 16TS/ 16TT series unit. NOTE: Connect short-term external devices, such as USB ThumbDrive, USB CD-RW, USB Hard Disk Drive, etc., only after the unit is successfully powered up. Connecting Required Devices Before powering up, you should connect cameras and a main monitor to the unit for basic operation. If needed, connect a call monitor for displaying full screen video of all installed cameras in sequence.
Connecting Short-term Device If you plan to install any short-term external devices, such as USB CD-RW, USB Hard Disk Drive, etc, to the DVR-4TN/ 8TN/ 16TN/ 16TS/ 16TT series and want to use them as part of the unit system, make sure those devices are connected only after the DVR-4TN/ 8TN/ 16TN/ 16TS/ 16TT is powered up. The DVR-4TN/ 8TN/ 16TN/ 16TS/ 16TT series unit can only recognize the external devices after the power-up process is completed.
Main Menu 1. System Setup 2. Monitor Setup 3. Camera Setup 4. Record Setup 5. Sequence Setup 6. Event Setup 7. Database Setup 8. Configuration 9. Video Export 10. Text Setup 11. Shutdown
Move the cursor up/ down over the OSD items using the Direction keys and press ENTER to enter the selected sub-menu.
System Date/ Time Setting
The user can set the current date, time and other OSD parameters in the Date/ Time menu. The administrators privileges are required for entering the submenu. In the OSD Main menu, select <System Setup> and press ENTER, then select <Date/ Time> to access the Date/ Time menu; the menu displays as follows.
Date/ Time 1. Date 2. Time 3. Time Zone 4. Date/ Time Display 5. Date Display Mode 6. Time Display Mode 7. Date/ Time Order 8. Daylight Saving Time Setup 9. Network Time Protocol Setup 2005/02/21 PM10:39:26 OFF 1 Row Y/M/D 24 HR Date First
Set Date/ Time
Set Date/ Time Select <Date>/ <Time> and press ENTER to adjust the settings. LEFT/ RIGHT keys are used to move the cursor to previous or next field, ENTER is for selecting, and UP/ DOWN are used to change the value in the selected field. NOTE: The reset date/ time setting applies for recording new video, the date and time of previously recorded video will not be changed. NOTE: To avoid record database corruption, after changing the date/ time setting, it is recommended to clear the database. Date/ Time Display Users are allowed to choose to set the date/ time OSD displays in 1 or 2 rows. Use the UP/ DOWN keys to change the setting. The default is to display the date/ time OSD in one row.
Date Display Mode This function allows user to set the OSD display type of the date/ time. There are three options to select from: <Y/M/D>, <M/D/Y> or <D/M/Y>. Y represents Year, M represents Month and D represents Day. Move to the desired item and press ENTER, the option starts blinking. Use UP / DOWN keys to change the setting. The default setting is <Y/M/D> in both NTSC/ PAL formats. Time Display Mode The user can choose to set the time format to <12 hour> or <24 hour>. Use the UP/ DOWN keys to change the format. The default setting is <12 hour>. Date/ Time Order This item is used to set the order of the date/ time display to <Date First> or <Time First>. Use UP/ DOWN keys to change the setting.
Daylight Saving Time Setup
The items in this sub-menu are for those people whom live in certain regions to observe Daylight Saving Time. Daylight Saving Time Select <ON> to enable, or <OFF> to disable the function. If the function is disabled, the DST Start/ End time and DST Bias will be grayed out and cannot be accessed. NOTE: If this function is enabled, the date/ time information will be shown on the screen with a DST icon when playing back recorded video or searching video in the event list. S indicates summer time and W indicates wintertime. DST Start/ End This is used to program the daylight saving duration. Use Direction keys to move the cursor to the next or previous field, use UP/ DOWN to change the settings in the selected field.
It is strongly recommended to change the passwords to prevent unauthorized access to the unit. After entering the correct password, the Main menu is displayed.
Key Usage in OSD Menu <Direction Keys> In the OSD menu, Direction keys are used to move the cursor to previous or next fields. UP / DOWN are used to change the value in the selected field. <ENTER> In OSD menu or selection interface, press the key to make selection or save settings. <ESC> Press to cancel or exit from certain OSD menu without saving any changes.
Key Usage in Virtual Keyboard A virtual keyboard shows when edit the settings, such as camera title, e-mail address, etc. The virtual keyboard displays as follows.
A N a n 0 #
B O b o 1
C P c p 2 _
D Q d q 3
E R e r 4
F S f s 5
G T g t 6
H U h u 7
L Y l y !
M Z m z @
V W X i v 8 j w 9 k x.
<To input characters> Move the cursor by pressing Direction keys and press ENTER to select characters. <To move the cursor in title entry> Press MODE and LEFT / RIGHT simultaneously to move the cursor to left / right in the title entry. <To delete previous character> Select <Backspace> and press ENTER, or press MODE and UP simultaneously. <To delete current character> Select <Delete> and press ENTER, or press MODE and DOWN simultaneously. <To exit the virtual keyboard> Select <OK> and press ENTER to save the settings and exit, or press ESC to exit without saving changes
Select <System Setup> from the Main Menu and press ENTER to enter the System Setup menu.
System Setup 1. Version 2. Language 3. Date/Time 4. Unit Name 5. Password 6. Network Setup 7. RS485 Setup 8. Audio Output 9. Key Beep English DVR
The items found in the System Setup menu are described in the following sections.
The Version menu allows the user to view system information such as hardware and software versions. From the System Setup menu, select <Version> and press ENTER. The following menu is displayed.
Admin / User Password(s)
Only who entering with the administrator password is allowed to change the user and administrator passwords (to any 4~8 digit number). Use the UP / DOWN Direction keys to enter the desired account and press ENTER, the following menu is displayed.
Admin Password ________ Press Channel Keys To Enter Password (4-8 Digits) Press To Delete
Use CHANNEL keys to input the new password and confirm the new password. After setting the new password, press ENTER to save the settings and exit.
This item is used to determine if a password is required for accessing the OSD menu. Select <YES> to demand entering password when accessing the OSD menu; if not, select <NO>.
Load Factory Password
This item allows the administrator to reload the factory password incase the administrator cannot remember the password. There are three options to select from: <Admin> (reload the Admin password only), <User> (reload the User password only), and <All> (reload the Admin and User passwords). The factory password is 1234 for administrator and 4321 for user.
The Network Setup menu allows the administrator to configure the network by specifying the network related settings, such as IP address and Netmask, etc. See your network administrator and/or network service provider for more specific information. Some settings under the Network Setup menu, such as IP and PPPoE Account, need to be configured through the virtual keyboard. The function key usage pattern is slightly modified, please refer to section Key Usage in Virtual Keyboard. From the System Setup menu, select <Network Setup> and press ENTER. The following menu displays.
Network Setup 1. LAN Select 2. LAN Setup 3. Dial-in Setup 4. Dial-out Setup 5. Trigger Port 6. Email Address 7. SMTP Setup 8. DDNS Setup LAN
Items in this menu are described in the following sections.
PPPoE stands for Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet, which is a specification for connecting the users by Ethernet to the Internet through a common broadband medium. This item allows you to select your service type between <LAN>, <PPPoE> or <None>; if you are using an intranet for communication, please select <LAN>, if you are using a broadband medium, such as DSL Line or cable modem, please select <PPPoE>. If <None> is selected, then there is no need to set further LAN setting, therefore, the second item <LAN Setup> will not be accessible.
The network related settings in the LAN Setup menu should be associated with the network service type. If you select <LAN> for <LAN Select>, then 6th to 8th item will not be available. Select <LAN Setup> in Network Setup menu and press ENTER for setting the parameters; the menu displays as follows.
Weekend Start / End
The Weekend Start Time indicates the specific day and time that a weekend begins, for example, FRI 18:00. The Weekend End Time indicates the specific time and day that a weekend ends, for example, MON 06:00. Time is indicated in 1-minute increments. Note that the value you have set indicates when the regular Day and Night scheduling ends, and Weekend recording begins.
The <Preset Config> is used to select the preset recording quality and frame rate. Different default recording quality levels are offered for the user to choose: <Best Quality>, <Standard>, <Extended Record>, <Event Only>, <ezRecord> and <OFF>. According to various Record modes, the preset configuration options for normal and event status are described in terms of relative recording rate (Picture per Second; PPS) and recording size for each channel in the table below. These preset conditions override any other quality and rate settings. The default Preset Configuration setting is <Standard>. You can refer to Appendix B: Record Configuration for detailed information.
This submenu is used to set the Day / Night / Weekend PPS (Picture per Second) and recording quality for each channel. The <Preset Configuration> must be set to <OFF> for accessing these schedules. The menu is displayed below is in Record mode: 720240@30PPS in NTSC / 720288@25PPS in PAL).
Per Camera Config Cameral Select Normal PPS Normal Qlty Event Max PPS Event Qlty Event Act Day 7.5 MId 30 Best Both Night 7.5 Mid 30 Best Both CH1 Weekend 7.5 Mid 30 Best Both
This item is used to select a desired channel for setting the associated parameters. Move the cursor to <Camera Select> and press ENTER, then select a channel using UP / DOWN keys. Press ENTER again to confirm the setting.
Normal PPS (Picture per Second) is used to set the recording rate for normal status. Please note that the total normal pps for all channels is limited under the maximum PPS for each Record mode. To increase one channels pps, you may have to reduce others first. Event pps is not restricted to this rule, since a smart event scheduler will handle the total pps automatically.
Data Lifetime indicates the time that a recording is saved and remains in the HDD, between the creation and deletion of a record. Only those video files recorded during Data Lifetime will be displayed on the screen and can be played back; those video files recorded outside the duration time will be hidden. Press ENTER to select this item in Record Setup menu, and then use UP / DOWN keys to set the data lifetime. The value ranges from <1> to <365> days, or select <0> to disable the function. NOTE: If you want to play back the video, which is outside the data duration of lifetime, please extend the duration till the recording data/time of the video is included.
This item is used to set the duration time of pre-alarm recording video. The pre-alarm recording function aims to give the user the opportunity to view a more complete event video. The user can see the video recorded after the alarm is triggered, and the video recorded ahead the alarm. When an event is triggered while normal recording is in effect, the unit will start copying the pre-alarm and the post-alarm video to the event video. The pre-alarm duration can be set from 0~30 seconds. The default setting is 15 seconds. The quality of the pre-alarm video is the same as the quality setting for normal record video; and the quality of the post-alarm video is the same as the quality setting for event record video.
The user can choose to record video in circular mode or in linear mode. If you choose to record in circular mode, then the unit begins to overwrite the oldest recorded video and stores new video over the HDD spaces. If you choose to record in linear mode instead, the unit stops recording when the HDD is full. From the Record Setup menu, move the cursor to <Circular Recording> and press ENTER, then select <ON> / <OFF> using UP / DOWN keys.
This item allows the user to enable / disable the Audio recording function of the unit. When set to <ON>, audio input is recorded and saved with the video. When set to <OFF>, audio is ignored. The default setting is <ON>.
This item is used to delete the Normal or Event recording video. In Record Setup menu, move the cursor to <Purge Data> and press ENTER; the Purge Data menu is displayed.
Purge All Data
This item is used to delete all video from database(s). Using UP / DOWN buttons to select <YES> and start the deleting by setting the <Start to Purge> to <YES>.
Purge All Event Data
This item is used to delete all event video from database(s). Using UP / DOWN keys to select <YES> and start the deleting by setting the <Start to Purge> to <YES>.
This menu is used to set the Video Loss Detect, Motion Detect and Alarm In / Out function for each channel. The menu is displayed as below.
Per Channel Config 1. Channel Select 2. Video Loss Detect 3. Motion Detect 4. Detection Config 5. Alarm In 6. Alarm Out 7. Digital Deterrent CH1 OFF OFF OFF None OFF
This item is used to select a desired channel for setting the parameters. Move the cursor to <Channel Select> and press ENTER, then select a channel using UP / DOWN keys. Press ENTER again to confirm the setting.
Video Loss Detect
This item allows the user to enable / disable Video Loss as an alarm event. Select <ON> to enable Video Loss alarm events, <OFF> to disable. The default setting is <OFF>.
To detect motions, the users can choose from these options: <OFF>, <ALL>, <Night & Weekend>, <Day & Weekend>, <Weekend>, <Day & Night>, <Night>, and <Day>. The Day, Night, and Weekend is defined in section 3.6.2 Schedule Setup or 5.4.2 Schedule Setup. If motion detection function is enabled, it is required to define the motion detection parameters such as detection area and sensitivity settings.
If motion detection function is enabled, it is required to define the motion detection parameters such as detection area and sensitivity settings. Select a channel for setting the parameters, move the cursor to <Detection Config>, and press ENTER. The Detection Configuration menu displays as follows.
Detection Config 1. Detected Area Setup 2. Sensitivity 3. Area Threshold ----- Detected Area Percentage ----40%
Detected Area Setup The Detect Area is displayed as follows after selecting this item. The detection area consists of 273 (2113) detection grids in NTSC video format or 336 (2116) grids in PAL format.
Use the Direction keys to move the cursor and press ENTER to enable or disable a grid. Press MODE to select all of the grids for detection; press MODE again to de-select all of the grids. Sensitivity This item is used to set the sensitivity of detection grids for the camera. A greater value indicates more sensitive motion detection. A motion alarm will be triggered, once the amount of motion detected exceeds the Threshold value Move the cursor to <Sensitivity> and press ENTER, and then use UP / DOWN keys to adjust the value. The value is indicated in 4% increment.
Area Threshold <Area Threshold> means the motion alarm triggered level; if the percentage of triggered grids to total detection area is greater than the set value, the motion alarm will be triggered. For example, if 10 grids are selected and the < Area Threshold > value is 70%, the motion alarm will be triggered when 7 grids are motion detected. Move the cursor to < Area Threshold > and press ENTER, then use UP / DOWN keys to adjust the value. The value is indicated in 4% increments. Detected Area Percentage This part shows the percentage and variation of the detected volume.
This item allows the user to enable / disable alarm input detection. According to your application, select <N/O> (Normal Open) or <N/C> (Normal Close) to enable the alarm input detection or select <OFF> to disable detection. The default setting is <OFF>. NOTE: If you set this item to <N/C> but did not install any device to the unit, the alarm will be triggered and the Event Icon will be displayed continually until this item is changed to <N/O>, <OFF> or, install a device to the unit.
This item allows the user to assign an alarm on a certain channel to activate the relays. These signals can be used to drive a light or siren to caution an alarm event. Select from the options: <A Only> indicates Alarm Out A, <B Only> indicates Alarm Out B, <A+B> indicates A and B Alarm Out and <None> indicates No Alarm Out. The default setting is <None>.
If an alarm is triggered while Digital Deterrent is enabled, a pre-recorded audio warning will be sent to the speaker installed nearby the location where the alarm was triggered. For instance, if the alarm of Channel 2 is triggered and there is a speaker installed to the DVR nearby, the speaker will play the audio warning.
The available options are <OFF>, <Default>, and <UserDefined>. Select <OFF> to disable this function. Selecting <Default> will apply audio warning pre-stored in the DVR. <UserDefined> allows the user to apply user-defined audio warning. Note that the user-defined audio has to be set before choose <UserDefined> option, or the following message will be shown:
Warning!! No user-defined file is in the DVR! Please create customized file first! The steps are similar to ezBurn Note: Cannot exceed 5 seconds Press any key to return
Follow the steps below to record your own audio warning. Use any camera to record the preferred audio. Please note that <Audio Recording> under <Record Setting> menu should be set to <ON>. Press SEARCH and play the normal video of the recorded date and time. View full screen of the channel that the preferred audio was recorded. Press COPY at the point you want to set as the start point of the audio. The playback continues. Press COPY again at the point you want to set the end point of the audio. Now, the ezBurn Confirmation window displays as shown below. The information shown on the window is for read only.
This item allows the user to assign the exported configuration file a name. Use the virtual keyboard to enter the configuration file name. Note that the file name can contain up to 15 characters, with no spaces.
Select <YES> to begin exporting the configuration file, or <NO> to abort the export. NOTE: We strongly recommend users to export configurations before upgrading your system, and back it up routinely, just in case an unexpected situation occurs.
The Video Export menu enables the administrator to export recorded video with a digital signature to a USB Thumb drive, a CD-RW or to DVD+RW drive. Make sure an external storage device is available and connected to the appropriate port for video export. The Administrator's password is required to export video. If the <Pre-Alarm Recording> function is enabled, the event video will be exported into two files, including pre-alarm video and video recorded after the alarm is triggered. Each recorded video will be exported automatically into four files when exporting with a digital signature, including *.gpg, *.drv, *.sig and readme txt. To export a 1GB file with a digital signature, it may take you about 30 minutes. From the Main menu, select <Video Export> and press ENTER. The following menu is displayed. NOTE: The inserted CD will be ejected when its capacity is 99% full.
Video Export 1. Select Device 2. Select Ch: 3. From 4. To 5. Select Events 6. Data Type 7. Digital Signature 8. Erase Disc 9. Begin Export CH1 CH2 CH3 CH4 2005/03/19 AM 07:50:05 2005/03/28 PM 03:09:18 Normal NO NO NO
Items in the menu will be described in the following section.
The external devices that are available for exporting video will be listed by name and free space size in Select Device menu. The Select Device menu displays as follows.
The DVR-4TN/ 8TN/ 16TN/ 16TS/ 16TT series unit only supports EXT3 file system. If you connect an external HDD to the unit, ensure that the format of HDD is EXT3. <Device Name> This item shows the name of the available device. <Available> This item shows how much free space is available on the device. <Sel> Set this item to <YES> to set it as an exporting destination; or <NO> to cancel. NOTE: This last menu item <Erase Disk> will be grayed out when selected device is not a CD/ DVD recorder or not select yet.
The item is used to select channels for export. Move the cursor to the desired channel using LEFT / RIGHT keys, then select or de-select a channel by pressing ENTER.
From / To Time
The items are used to set the time which data export begins and ends. Move the cursor using Direction keys, and press ENTER to select the date / time items; adjust the selected date and time value by UP / DOWN keys. NOTE: When the Start / End Time are set, remember to select the exporting Data Type.
Select this item to display the available event video list for exporting. Move the cursor to scroll down the event list and press ENTER to select the event you want to export.
The item is used to select export video type. The options are <Normal> (export normal video only), <Event> (export event video only) and <Both> (export both normal and event video). NOTE: If you want to export selected event video using the item <Select Event>, you have to set <From> and <To> for the same day and time; otherwise, not only the selected event video will be exported to the selected destination, but also any other event video recorded during the period between <From> and <To>. NOTE: You will not be allowed to access the <Select Events> if the Data Type is set to <Normal>.
The Digital Signature function enables the user to export a video clip with the units unique signature key. It aims to authenticate a video clip exported from the unit and prove it has not been modified. The user can export a video clip with or without a digital signature file (*.sig). Set the item to <YES> to export with the signature file, or <NO> to export without the signature file. Make sure that you have an external storage device, such as a USB Hard Drive or USB ThumbDrive, available and connected to the appropriate port for export. For more information on verifying digital signature, see Appendix E: Verifying Digital Signature.
This function is used to remove information found on a CD-RW or DVD+RW disk prior to exporting new information to the drive. Select <YES> and press ENTER to start deleting data. NOTE: This menu item will be grayed out when selected device is not a CD/ DVD recorder or not select yet.
Select <YES> and press ENTER to start exporting.
The <Text Setup> function provides a connection between the DVR and one Point-of-Sale device such as cash registers. With this function, the financial transaction data can be linked to specific camera images and recorded to your DVR. If there is need to connect two or more Point-of-Sale devices, Data Converter is required. For detailed information about how Data Converter works, please refer to POS Solution Guide provided within the Data Converter package. To enable this function, enter OSD Setup menu with correct administrator password, and then select <Text Setup>. Press Enter and the following OSD setup menu will show up. Text Setup
1. Text Function 2. Text Overlay 3. Exception Text Setup 4. Input Setup ON Live & PB
This item is used to enable/ disable this function. Select <ON>, the text database will be created on the hard disk.
This item is for you to choose which mode you want to display the text overlay on the monitor. Select <Only Live> to display the text overlay in Live mode; select <Only PB> to display the text overlay in Playback mode; and select <Live/PB> to display in both modes. NOTE: Text overlay only shown in full screen mode.
NOTE: PB overlay is available only under x1 PB speed.
Exception Text Setup
This sub-menu is used to define the conditions that are to be treated as an Exception and thus trigger an action (the function will be implemented later).
Exception Text Setup Exception No. Trigger Exception String By Numerals Value Value (Upper Limit) 1 ON NO SALE OFF
To select an exception for further settings; you can select from <1> to <16>.
Select <ON>, those transactions which contain Exception Strings and which meet the Numerals conditions will be marked as exceptions in the text database and will trigger preset actions such as alarm output.
The user can enter this item to define Exception String. The Exception String is case-sensitive. Only exactly matched ones will be marked as exceptions.
Exception String must be defined before By Numerals takes effect. If By Numerals is enabled, only transactions which meet both Exception String and By Numerals condition will be marked as exceptions and trigger and action.
You can select from below options: <OFF>: The function is disabled. <Specific>: That the value of transaction meets a specific value will be marked as an exception. That specific value need to be configured through the following sub-setting <Value>, <Greater Equal Than>: That the value of transaction is greater then or equal to certain value will be marked as an exception. That specific value need to be configured through the following sub-setting <Value>, <Less Equal Than>: That the value of transaction is less than or equal to certain value will be marked as an exception. That specific value need to be configured through the following sub-setting <Value>. <Inside The Range>: That the price of transaction is within certain range will be marked as an exception. The range need to be configured through the following sub-settings <Value> and <Value (Upper Limit)>. <Outside the Range>: That the price of transaction is outside certain range, will be marked as an exception. The range need to be configured through the following sub-settings <Value> and <Value (Upper Limit)>. NOTE: Only transactions (1) after Exception Strings and By Numerals are set and (2) after Trigger is <ON> will be marked as exceptions in text database. The data stored before won't be marked as exceptions.
This item is used to choose the connection method that is between your Text Device and DVR, and setup some relative settings of the connection method.
Input Setup 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Port Selection Input Source Camera Selection Text Filter Manual Filter Setup Input Process Text Baud Rate Text Bits Text Stop Text Parity Serial Port Direct Connected 1 ASCII Canonical 1 None
It is essential to select a port for either the POS/cash register or modem when the text function is set on. Meanwhile, also check whether the device is connected to the port selected.
Port Selection 1. Serial Port 2. USB Port-Front 3. USB Port-Rear Top 4. USB Port-Rear Bottom
Text None None None
Select whether the input source is direct connected or connected with the Data Converter. If the input source is direct connected, users may need to go to the next item: Camera Selection to select a corresponding camera number.
Select a camera to display the text overlay.
This item is used to choose the text filter. The supported models for pole display and printer are listed below.
Pole Display Cache Technology VFD-202T Citizen C2202 Digipos CD5220 Emax Pole Display Epson DM-D Series Logic Controls LD9000 Logic Controls PD3000 Logic Controls PD6000 Logic Controls TD3000 Magellan Partnertech CD5220 Posiflex ICD-2002 Posiflex PD 302 Posiflex PD 303 Posiflex PD-2100 Posiflex PD-2200 POS-X Xp8000 Scales Sibnet STAR SCD400-PD Soteke VFD2025 Soteke VFD2029 TEC Toledo 8217 TYSSO VFD Series Ultimate Technology PD1100XL Wedderburn DS-770 Printer Citizen CBM-1000 II Citizen CT-S300 Dell T200 Epson TM-T88II/ TM-T88III/ TM-T88IV Epson TM-T90 Epson TM-930 II Epson RP-U420 IBM SureMark TF6 IBM SureMark TM6 Ithaca iTherm 280 Ithaca POSJet 1000 POS-X Xr500 Samsung SRP350 Sensor TP-288 Star TSP100 futurePRNT Star TSP600 Star TSP700 Star TSP800 TPG (Axiohm) A794 WP-520(ESC/POS)
Manual Filter Setup
Once enter the Manual Filter Setup menu, users should key in hexadecimal digits. The menu of the item is shown as follows.
Manual Filter Setup 1.
Header 1 Header 2
If you will be using a Pole Display from a PC based POS, select <Canonical>. <Non-Canonical> is to be selected when using a Pole Display from a Standalone POS.
Text Baud Rate
To setup the baud rate of RS232 via which to connect your Text Device and DVR.
To setup the bits of RS232.
To setup the stop of RS232.
Click <Browse> to select the *.gpg, *.drv, *.sig files respectively, which belong to the exported video you want to authenticate.
Click <Verify> to start verifying the digital signature.
The result of verification shows in the <Status Log> field. It returns a GOOD or BAD signature result. A GOOD signature indicates the exported clip has not been altered.
Appendix F: Alarm I/O Pin Definition
The tables below list the pin definitions of alarm I/O located on the rear panel of the DVR-4TN/ 8TN/ 16TN/ 16TS/ 16TT series unit. DVR-4TN Alarm I/O
Definition RS485 D+ RS485 DGround Normal Close A Common Node A Normal Open A Ground
Definition Normal Close B Common Node B Normal Open B Alarm In 1 Alarm In 2 Alarm In 3 Alarm In 4
Pin 19 20
Definition Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved
DVR-8TN Alarm I/O
Definition Alarm In 5 Alarm In 6 Alarm In 7 Alarm In 8 Reserved Reserved
DVR-16TN/16TS/16TT Alarm I/O
Definition RS485 D+ RS485 DGround Normal Close A Common Node A Normal Open A Ground Normal Close B Common Node B Normal Open B Ground
Definition N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Alarm In 1 Alarm In 2 Alarm In 3 Alarm In 4 Alarm In 5 Alarm In 6
Pin 31 32
Definition Alarm In 7 Alarm In 8 Alarm In 9 Alarm In 10 Alarm In 11 Alarm In 12 Alarm In 13 Alarm In 14 Alarm In 15 Alarm In 16
Appendix G: HDD PC Player Tool Introduction
For some specific reasons, users may need to view the stored data in the HDD on Personal Computer; this document guides you how to do that step by step.
Using EXT2IFS on Your PC
EXT2IFS, an installed File System Driver, allows you to run a Linux System on Windows System. If you are a Windows user, then you need to install EXT2IFS to your PC before you start using SpecoPlayer to see the *drv file. To get the software EXT2IFS, you can visit http://uranus.it.swin.edu.au/~jn/linux/ext2ifs.htm and download EXT2IFS. A detailed description about the software also can be found on the website. The following steps guide you how to use the EXT2IFS software. Step 1. Download EXT2IFS to your PC through above website address. Step 2. Remove the HDD from your DVR-4TN/ 8TN/ 16TN/ 16TS/ 16TT series and install the removed HDD into your PC. When done, reboot the PC. Step 3. Extract and Launch EXT2IFS Setup Wizard.
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