Before operating the system, please read this User?s Manual thoroughly and retain it for future reference.
TO REDUCE FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THE UNIT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.This installation should be made by a qualified service
Cautions Follow these details to prevent material damage or personal injury.
Warning: This sign indicates that the user could die or be seriously wounded if not used or installed properly.
Caution: This sign indicates that the user could be wounded or could expect property damage if not used or installed properly. Electric Safety
Warning1. Change the battery after turning the power off of the product. 2. Connect the polarity of the lithium properly while changing. 3. Change with the same type of battery recommended by the product manufacturer. 4. Follow the instruction from battery manufacturer to change the battery.There is danger of explosion when the instruction is not followed.
Warning 1. Use the power cord, which is supplied or recommended by the supplier. It may cause fire. It may cause malfunction or fire. 3. Do not touch the product with wet hands. It may cause malfunction or fire. essional for product installation. It may cause malfunction, elDelinquent installation may be the reason for malfunction, electric shock or fire. 6. Ground applies to video products equipped with a 3-wire grounding type plug having a third (grounding) pin. This plug only fits into a grounding-type power outlet. If grounding is not done, it may cause malfunction or electric shock. touch gas pipe, water pipe or telephone line. If grounding is not done properly, it may cause electric shock. 8. Prevent metallic foreign subsIt may cause malfunction 9. Do not spray insecticide or flammable spray while driving. It may cause fire. 10. Prevent water from entering inside electrical parts. Clean with a dry towel or malfunction or electric shock could result.
1. Use the power cord which is supplied or recommended by the supplier. The internal fan rotates at high speed and may cause an accident. 2. Do not drop, give strong vibrIt may cause malfunction. he back panel must not be blocked during installation. The internal temperature of the product would be greater than allowable and could cause malfunction or fire. oduct or the power cord when there is thunder. It may cause electric shock. or on top of heating source. The internal temperature of the product would be greater than allowable and could cause malfunction or fire. clined or unstable location or where vibration could be committed. It may cause malfunction. Cautions about the Power
Warning grounding to connect the power cord. It may cause fire. middle of power cord or use extension cord. It may generate heat or cause fire. 3. Do not touch the power cord with wet hands. It may cause electric shock. 4. Keep power cord dry and protect from humidity. It may generate heat or cause fire. The power cord is not waterproof. 5. Hold the body of the plug while removing the power plug. Do not pull the power cord. Damage to the power cord may generate heat or cause fire. 6. Check the power plug regularly. Humidity and moderation in smoking may cause fire. 7. Remove power cord from outlet when product is not used for a long time. It may cause a short-circuit or electric shock.
Caution 1. Do not turn off the power by removal of the power plug. To turn off the power, click the power button from the front panel. When the system stops abnormally, the power button might not work. Click power button for 5 full seconds to turn power off. 2. Do not cut off the power artificially, or give shock or vibration to unit while the hard disk is activating. It may cause hard disk failure or loss of data.
CATEGORIES SYSTEM STRUCTURE AND INSTALLATION…1Getting Started…1Explanations for each function…2Front Panel…2Rear Panel…5IR Remote Controller…7Installation…8Connecting Peripheral Devices…8PTZ Driver List…10System Startup and Shutdown…12Operation…13Log-in…13Real time Live Mode…14Recorded Image Playback Mode…17Settings…18System-General…19System-Date and Time…22System-Network…24System-Passwords…25Camera-Recording…26Camera-Title & Schedule…28Camera-Color…29Camera-Audio & P/T/Z…30Alarm-Input…31Alarm-Output…325.11Tools-System Information…33Tools-System Upgrade…34Tools – Event Viewer…35Tools- Backup…36USB External Storage Device for Backup…39Tools-System Default…41Quit…41
1. SYSTEM STRUCTURE AND INSTALLATION 1.1 Getting Started The following accessories are supplied with the EM-2000 series digital video recorder. If any of these items is missing or damaged, notify your dealer immediately. Keep the packing utilities for moving or storage purposes afterwards.
1 User Manual
1 IR Remote Controller
1 DiSS RemoteAgent CD
1 Power Cable
2 Power Battery (AAA Size)
1 Rubber Mount Set
1 Rack Mounts and Screws
2. Explanations for each function 2.1 Front Panel The buttons on both the front panel of the EM-2000 and IR Reactivate different functions. The buttons on the front panel of EM-2000 may be different in shape than the remote ontrol the functions controlled by the front panel of the EM-2000.
1 CD-RW Built-in CD-RW for recorded image backup. (Option)
2 Network LED LED is lit while the network client(s) (RemoteAgent) is connected to the system.
3 Sensor LED LED is lit when signal is inputted to the sensor, which is connected to the system.
4 HDD LED Shows if the camera image is being stored into or retrieved from the HDD (Hard Disk Drive).
5 Power LED Shows Power On/Off status of the system. (GREEN: Working, RED: Stand-By).
6 USB Port USB interface port to connect external storage equipment.
Remote Controller Receiver Receives input signal of remote controller.
8 Power Button Use to turn the Power On/Off.
9 Select Channel (1~4 CH) are displayed when channel number above the arrow button is pressed. Used as cursor (for direction) in menu screen.
10 ENTER Button Use to enter detail menu, go into the next stage, select or set value.
11 RETURN Button Use to exit from he setting menu or to cancel setting value.
12 SETUP Menu to set user environment of the system.
13 Screen Mode Selection Select the image of the screen as 1-screen mode or 4-screen mode.
14 SEQ Button Automatic time sequencing for monitor images.
15 Playback Playback recorded images from playback menu.
16 Search Search recorded image.
17 Shuttle Shuttle (outer dial): speed up the playback speed of the image (1~32X).
18 Jog Jog (inner dial): playback frame by frame.
19 Backup Button to backup recorded image data.
Shows system?s event information in order of time and brings up event viewer to search image of the corresponding time.
2.1.1. CD-RW EM-2004 system has built-in CD-RW, used to backup the recorded images. Refer to ?Backup? part for more information. 2.1.2. Network LED LED is blue when the system is connected to any network client (RemoteAgent). Light is automatically out when all clients are disconnected. 2.1.3. Sensor LED LED is lit when the system has any activated sensor input. 2.1.4. HDD LED LED is blue when the camera image is being stored into or retrieved from the HDD. So, even though the system is continuously recording, the HDD LED is only lit when actual data is stored in the HDD. Usually, the LED will be flickering, and this is normal. 2.1.5. Power LED LED to show the power input and status of the system. LED is red when the system is in stand-by position, but is green when the system is working. 2.1.6. USB Port Use to backup recorded images of the EM-2004 system by using USB storage device. System software upgrade is possible with USB storage device. Refer to ?Image Backup? for detailed explanation of USB storage devices supported by EM-2004 system.
2.1.7. Remote Controller Receiver EM-2004 system can be operated conveniently using remote controller. Receives input signal of remote. 2.1.8. Power Button When the power cable of the product is connected, press this button to turn power on or off. 2.1.9. Select Channel Corresponding image appears when each channel number button is pressed. This button is used to move cursor in ?Setting? mode as up, down, left, or right, and also used to increase or decrease the setting value. 2.1.10. ENTER Button The [Enter] button is used to go into the next stage, select value, or setting. 2.1.11. RETURN Button Use to cancel the password just typed at the 2.1.12. SETUP Set the environment of the EM-2004 system according to the user requirement. Refer to ?Setting? for detailed explanation. 2.1.13. Screen Mode Selection View the image by selecting 1-screen mode or 4-screen m
2.1.14. SEQ Button Press [SEQ] button and screen will automatically change. Refer towork on maximum split screen mode). 2.1.15. Playback Playbacks recorded images, only in 1-screen mode. Press the screen to playback, and then change to 1-screen mode. 2.1.16. SEARCH Search the recorded image by date and time. Refer to ?Recording Image Playback Mode? for detailed image searching method. 2.1.17. Shuttle Jog/Shuttle dial is used to playback recording images. The inner dial al is called Shuttle. The Jog/Shuttle dial has two kinds of functions. The Shuttle is used to speed up the playback speed of images by clockwise or anti-clockwise. Playback speed is indicated as x2, x4, x8, x16, x32 on the lower end of the screen. 2.1.18. Jog The Jog is used to find the recording image frame by frame. Turn the Jog dial clockwise or anti-clockwise (only I-Frame is playback during anti-clockwise) to see the image frame by frame during pause state. 2.1.19. BACKUP Button EM-2000 series (ex. CD-RW drive) will be indicated on the screen. Refer to ?Image Backup? for detailed information about backup. 2.1.20. EVENT Button Shows system setting changes, alarms, etc., by the order of time and brings up event viewer to search imcorresponding time. Refer to ?Event Search? for further details.
2.2 Rear Panel The following is the rear panel of the EM-2000 series system. The picture below is EM-2004LX model.
1 VIDEO-IN (BNC) Connect camera. (Supports NTSC/PAL)
2 LOOP-OUT Camera images of each channel will be outputted as is. Also, used when the
3 MON-OUT surveillance/management/playback.
4 SPOT-OUT Use to output the entire surveillance screen one by one, in an interval.
5 S-VIDEO Connect to S-Video input terminal to output image of the main monitor.
6 Select NTSC / PAL Select the signal system. (NTSC / PAL)
7 AUDIO IN Connect Audio Input Device. (with Amp.)
8 AUDIO OUT Connect Audio Output Device. (with Amp.)
ALARM/ SENSOR Terminal to connect external input sensor of 1~4 channel. (Supports N/O or N/C) Connect RS-485 signal output or relay for P/T/Z camera control.
10 SERIAL Port RS-232 port
11 LAN Port 10/100 Ethernet connection terminals for remote connection.
12 Power Input Power cable connection terminal for connecting to main power.
13 Power Switch Switch to change input power. (115/230V)
Ensure that the specification for the EM-2000 agrees widetails about adding additional peripheral devices, consult your dealer.
2.2.1. Camera able into the desired BNC input. Camera input voltage level is 1Vp-p±10%.
2.2.2. LOOP OUT Use to apply the video of camera input to other device. Without using a video distributor, the same image can be connected to the camera input of other product. 2.2.3. MON OUT MON OUT BNC cable of the rear panel. 2.2.4. SPOT OUT The spot monitor can only be used to display input images in automatic interval interval time setting of spot monitor.
2.2.5. S-Video Output alled by using the S-Video output. Use the S-Video cable to connect the EM-2000 with the monitor, which has S-Video Input. 2.2.6. Select NTSC / PAL Turn off the power of the EM-2000 series and select the NTSC/PAL switch correctly. Then turn on the power again. 2.2.7. Audio In Connect Audio Input device. Input voltage of audio input device is line level. Use of audio output device with amplifier is recommended.
2.2.8. Audio Out Connect audio output equipment. Use of audio output device with an amplifier is recommended
2.2.9. ALARM/SENSOR/RS-485 Connect sensor (dry contact type). Separate the terminal block and wire all devicground (GND) line to ?G? pins. functioning, ensure wiring
controlled by relay output. EM-2000 seri2.2.10. Serial Port 2.2.11. LAN Port Connect RJ-45 jack of LAN cable to LAN port. Network has to be TCP/IP base 10BASE-TX Ethernet LAN (Local Area Network), Internet or exclusive line, and IP address should be fixed one. Consult network administrator for proper network configuration. 2.2.12. Power Input Connect to main power cord of the system. Before plugging-in the power cord to the system, check if the power is in accordance with the system e Phase AC 115~230V)
2.2.13. Power Switch Input power can be used, by selecting according to the user environment. Check input power before inputting power.
2.3 IR Remote Controller front panel as shown below.
1 Power Button
2 Activating LED
3 F2 (Reserve Button)
4 F1 (Reserve Button)
5 IRIS+ (Open Iris)
6 IRIS? (Close Iris)
7 ZOOM IN (Decrease)
8 FOCUS FAR
9 FOCUS NEAR
10 ZOOM OUT (Increase)
14 Select Number Button / (Direction Key)
Screen Mode Selection
16 F/O/E Button
17 SEARCH Button
18 BACKUP Button
19 EVENT Button
20 Fast Playback Backwards Button
21 Playback Button
22 Fast Playback Forward Button
Playback Backward Frame by
24 Pause Button
25 Playback Forward Frame by Frame
26 OSD Button
27 P/T/Z Button
28 SEQ Button
Note Button #16: F/O/E Button (use only on remote controller) The object in the recorded image might show the feathering effect during frame playback because images at 720×480(PAL:720×576) resolution have higher vertical resolution than 640×240(PAL:640×288) or 352×240 (PAL:352×288). The feathering of the image can be solved when only one of two Fieldsselected. Default is frame playback. When the button is pressed, it will change to Odd Field Playback- Even Field Playback- Frame Playback order.
To use the IR Remote Controller, synchronize front panel button and IR remote controller by inputting the initial ID (Default ID : 00) The user requires setting the ID only once. Refer to ?Settings? for detailed information about ID input.
3. Installation 3.1 Connecting Peripheral Devices This section describes how to efficiently hook up peripheral devices for usage with the EM-2000 series. Install the EM-2000 series on flat surface. If required, attach the rubber mount for installation. If 19-inch rack is used, it recommend to install the system on shelve and use 2~2.5U (1U=1.75 inch or 4.45cm) space for proper ventilation. Install system in location with good ventilation to prevent overheating.
down power of the system completely (unplug the pow
Refer to the following picture to control P/T/Z controller. General wiring of P/T/Z controllers is as follows. However, the wiring of different P/T/Z controller may differ. Be cautious that the P/T/Z controller will not function properly when wiring is incorrect.
Consult your dealer to use other than RS-485.
The below is the connection method for every 25Pin Serial, connecting to the Alarm/picture below for connection and consult your dealer for the detail connection and installation.
1 SENSOR1 5 RELAY1(+) 9 TRX+ 11 NO Connect
2 SENSOR2 6 RELAY2(+) 10 TRX+ 12 NO Connect
3 SENSOR3 7 RELAY3(+) 22 TRX- 13 NO Connect
4 SENSOR4 8 RELAY4(+) 23 TRX- 24 NO Connect
14 SENSOR1-GND 18 RELAY1(-) 25 NO Connect
15 SENSOR2-GND 19 RELAY2(-)
16 SENSOR3-GND 20 RELAY3(-)
17 SENSOR4-GND 21 RELAY4(-)
3.2 PTZ Driver Category The followings below are the PTZ category supported by DVSS system. Refer to below for PTZ driver connection and consult your dealer for the cameras, which are not included in the list.
Mounted with Controller (Adjustment),
2 USA Pelco All Controllers & Mounted Type.
3 USA VICON SUR99-CC-1 Mounted with Controller (Adjustment), Preset & Auto
4 USA Pelco All Controllers & Cameras using Mounted with Controller P/T/Z ,Speed Control
5 JAPAN Panasonic WV-CS854 Panasonic?s protocol) Mounted with Controller P/T/Z ,Speed Control
6 USA VICON SURVEYOR Mounted with Controller (Adjustment),
7 USA VICON V1311RB-3W P/T/Z,Focus,Iris, Autopan, Preset(8set)
8 Canada Ernitech ERNA Protocol Mounted with Controller P/T/Z,Focus,Iris, Speed Control Camera power ? Aux1, Aux power ? Aux2, Light power ? Aux3, Alarm power ?Aux4, Wiper ? Aux5, Fan ? Aux7,
9 Japan Canon VC-C4/VC-C4R Mounted with Controller P/T/Z, Preset.
C&B Technology SMART PTZ Function Mount with Controller P/T/Z,Focus,Iris, Preset32, Autopan
Mounted with Controller P/T/Z,Focus,Iris, Speed Control
3.3 System Startup and Shutdown 3.3.1. System Startup After connecting all peripheral devices, connect power cord to EM-2000 series for system startup. The power will be turned on automatically within 5 seconds of power cord being connected. However, power will not be turned on automatically, if power button was previously turned off by user. In that case, the power button must be pressed again to restore power. 3.3.2. System Shutdown To turn off the power, press the power button for proper shutdown of the system. Do not turn off the power by pulling the power plug. In case the power plug is pulled off while the system is operating, the currently recording file may not be closed properly. In addition, even though Journaling File System is not damaged, index information required for quick file search may be not saved. Of course, Auto Recovery System will recover these files during the next booting. This process might take between a few seconds to a few minutes. Therefore, turn off system power by pressing the power button to prevent malfunction.
3.3.3. Countermeasures after abnormal shutdown for long periods without a problem. The operation of the system can be locked up however, when major parts (such as hard disk) function abnormally due to external electric shock, physical damage, or other various reasons. The system stops operating during abnormal situations, and the internal watchdog circuit is activasystem for rebooting within 2 minutes. The system will then recover normally. It will also automatically reboot even when there is power failure. However, if major parts (such as hard disk) are physically damaged, it is impossible to recover normally. This will cause continuous rebooting by watchdog or deadlock without reset. ontinuation are as follows. 1. In case the power cannot be turned off, turn off by pulling the power cord. 2. Wait for about 10 seconds and reconnect the power. Ensure the system is functioning properly. 3. Consult your dealer if system is not functioning properly after reconnecting power. 3.3.4. Automatic file testing and recovery By using Auto-Scan and Auto-Recovery, the files damaged due to abnormal shutdown will be recovered automatically. Generally, when all files in the hard disk have been closed properly during normal shutdown, it will take only a few seconds to examine the files after rebooting. It will take few minutes or more to recover the files if recovery is required, however.
4. Operation Check the power connection. The system can be used after power-on. EM-2000 series has various setting categories. The administrator can set the system passw&#xUser;ord and and alteration to recorded file. Below is first login box indicated on the screen after electric power is on. Refer to ?System-Password? for how to set and &#xUser;change assword.
Only­mi;&#xnist;&#xrato;&#xr000;&#xUser; () ­mi;&#xnist;&#xrato;&#xr000;Before entering the setting menu, assword must be inputted in the box, as displayed below. Refer to ?System-Password? for how to set ­mi;&#xnist;&#xrato;&#xr000;and change assword.
Be cautious not to forget the Administrator password. If it is forgotten, consult your dealer.
4.2 Real time Live Mode Real time live image can be seen by easy button operation after inputting power. Both the IR Remote Controller and the front panel [
4.2.1. Screen configuration
Above is the typical real time mode screen. Press [OSD] button on the front panel or IR Remote Controller to control the display of OSD. Whenever the button is pressed, the display of OSD will toggle between appearance and disappearance. The following is the explanation of each item displayed on the screen from single screen to 4 split screen. 1. Channel Name: Shows camera title of the channel. Refer to ?Setting- Camera -Title? for how to set and change camera title. 2. Date and Time: Indicates present date and time of the system. When the recorded data is playback, indicated date and time will be those of the recorded image currently displayed. Check connection status of the camera BNC cable or monitor output cable on the rear panel when image of the monitor cannot be seen.
4.2.2. See Operating Status In real time live mode, icons or messages will be indicated on the screen to notify the system mode or status. Below are the icon categories, which are indicated on the monitor.
Fast Backward Playback
Playback Backward Frame by Frame
Fast Forward Playback
Automatic Screen Sequence
Playback Forward Frame by Frame
P/T/Z Controller Activates
larm] icon will appear on the right bottom side of the screen and ?Channel Name? will be indicated in red. The alarm icon will disappear, but the channel number will remain in red for a while when the user enter
4.2.3. P/T/Z Image Press the[P/T/Z] button on the IR Remote Controller and the camera image with the P/T/Z Driver connected could be seen. Set the image the user want to see in Channel 1.
Screen with activating P/T/Z function
1. Press the [P/T/Z] button of the IR Remote Controller. 2. The [
] icon will be indicated on the screen. 3. To use the IR Remote Controller, press each button from no. 5 to 10 as shown on the drawing of the IR Remote Controller 4. Press the corresponding button for image Zoom In/Out and the
] icon will be indicated on the screen. Images will Zoom In/Out when the arrow indicator (up, down, left, right) button is Controller. 5. The [
] icon will be indicated when the image focus is Panel or use the no. 8 and 9 of the IR Remote Controller. 6. The [
] icon will be indicated when the camera iris is opening Panel or use the no. 5 and 6 of the IR Remote Controller
4.3 Recorded Image Playback Mode The user can select date and time to search for a certain file within the recorded image of the EM-2000 series. 4.3.1. Recording Image Playback To playback recorded image, press () button on the front panel or IR Remote Controller. Press the playback button and the latest recorded image will be playback. Recording Image Playback is operated only in 1-screen mode.
Use the Jog /Shuttle on the front panel to playback recorded file easily. Turn the Jog and the recorded file can be playback frame by frame backward and forward. Turn the Shuttle and recorded image speed can be increased by 2, 4, 8, 16 or 32 times backward and forward. 4.3.2. Search Date/Time The User can search date and time to playback recorded image. Press [Search] button on the front panel or IR Remote Controller and the following screen, showing calendar and time graph, will appear.
Following the sequence below to search date and time: 1. Select the date with recorded image by clicking the calendar with the arrow button. The date with recorded image will be indicated in yellow. 2. Move the purple cursor to date required before pressing the [Enter] button on the front panel or IR Remote Controller. 3. Next, move the green cursor (located on the time graph below the calendar) to the desired time. 4. One hour is divided into 15 minutes increments. Move the green cursor to the desired time. 5. Upon moving the green cursor, click the [Enter] button. The image for the corresponding time will be shown in pause state. 6. Press the [Play] button to playback the recording image or use the Jog/ Shuttle to search the exact time.
5. Settings To operate EM-2000 series, appropriate setting values in the setting menu are necessary. Users can either input or change the setting values listed in the table below. Sub Classification Setting Category Default
Page Sequence 3
IR Remote ID 00
P/T/Z Protocol None
Spot-out Dwell 1
Date and Time
Date Format Year, Month, Day
Time Format 24 Hours
Date and Time Daylight Saving None
System Passwords Network 1234
Frame 7 or 8 (PAL:6)
Recording Sensitive 70
Title & Schedule
P/T/Z Address 0
Alarm Mode Duration
Tools System Default
Quit Close Menu
5.1 System-General Set general environment of the system.
5.1.1. Image Size pixels for length and width, which are used to display one image. Resolution displays the pixel number in (width)×The bigger the resolution number, the better the quality that is displayed. Resolution of 352×240 is VHS quality, and 720×480 with a high-resolution camera is DVD quality. Selecting appropriate resolution is important since higher quality images require more storage space, Since the required storage space is proportional to the area of the image (width×length), 640×240 takes up approximately 1.8 times bigger space than 352×240, and 2.5~3 times bigger for 720×480. Therefore, the recording period decreases when selecting the high resolution.
Even with the same resolution, total recording period can vary depending on characteriquality, motion detection threshold and average motion of objects in the image, complexity of image, and video noise of the images. However, EM-2000 series controls the average size of images not to exceed the following maximum limit for each resolution in every occasion. 352×240 : Normally 3~5KB, Max. Average 8KByte/image 640×240 : Normally 5~10KB, Max. Average 13KByte/image 720×480 : Normally 6~16KB, Max. Average 15KByte/image If the average size exceeds the maximum, the system automatically reduces the recording quality to maintain below maximum. The issue of reduced total recording time due to increased size caused by nighttime camera noise, is therefore eliminated.
5.1.2. Page Sequence Set sequencing period when automatic indicates switching over from selectoperated in 1screen mode, next screen is displayed after certain fixed period of time. This status can be on/off by pressing the [SEQ] button on the system front panel or IR remote controller. Possible setting range is 1~60 seconds, and the default is 3 seconds. 5.1.3. IR Remote ID Set IR remote controller ID. To operate the system easily using IR remote controller, IR remote controller ID should be set The setting procedure of IR remote controller ID is shown below. 1. Insert battery in IR remote controller. (AAA Size ×2) 2. Press [
] and [F/O/E] button on the IR remote controller at the same time. 3. Check if the LED on IR remote controller is lighted. 4. Press two-digit number (01~99) to set IR remote controller ID. All the inserted numbers should be in two-digits. 5. Assign the identical ID number using front panel arrow keys on the system. 6. Save the ID by pressing [Save] button on the screen. ssary only once after purchasing the system.
All systems manufactured in the factory have identical ID as initial value. Therefore, one IR remote controller can control several systems when using the initial value. To protect such circumstances, it is recommended to set different ID for each system. Since ID change on the IR remote controller is easy, several systems separately by changing the ID using one remote controller.
5.1.4. P/T/Z Protocol P/T/Z port on the back panel. P/T/Z controller is also called receiver or RX if it becomes separated from camera. Default is NONE, which indicates that tnot set. Protocol currently supported is shown below. 1 Pelco P 4800 baud rate no parity 8bit 1 stop bit
2 Pelco D 2400 baud rate no parity 8bit 1 stop bit
3 Sensormatic 2400 baud rate no parity 8bit 1 stop bit
4 Smart Scan 9600 baud rate even parity 8bit 1 stop bit
5 VC_C4 9600 baud rate no parity 8bit 1 stop bit
6 Vicon 4800 baud rate no parity 8bit 1 stop bit
Set the controller address correctly for each channel after setting the protocol. 5.1.5. Spot-Out Dwell Set the dwell time for the spot monitor image output, connecting to the system. The spot monitor only output image from the system and other functions cannot be used except for image output. The spot-out dwell can be set from 1~60secs.
5.1.6. Save Press the [Save] button when saving the setting value for each menu screen. Setting values won?t be saved when exiting the menu without pressing the [Save] button. Functions of [Save] buttons in each menu screen are identical. 5.1.7. Restore Restore Press the [Restore] button to cancel the current setting values and to return to previous values. Functions of [Restore] buttons in each menu screen are identical. 5.1.8. Cancel tton in each menu screen are identical. 5.1.9. Clear It is used to delete the incorrectly typed password. each menu screen are identical. 5.1.10. Default Return to the initial value. Be cautious when pressing the [Default] button since all the setting values will be set to the ill be set to the button in each menu screen are identical.
5.2 System-Date and Time Set time and date of the system. Press arrow button to move the cursor to the desired position and to set correct and button to move the cursor to the desired position and to set correct and ttom of the screen to save the setting contents.
5.2.1. Date and Time Input the current time and date accurately since the time and date of the system plays an important role in solving any problem with recorded image or event log. The current time and date is stored in each recorded images with precision, and they are displayed during playback. Be cautious: Although the time and date stored in recorded images are wrong, they cannot be altered afterwards due to encryption. Users can change the time and date to the future without any problem. However, difficulty arises when changing it to the past (the same files might exist in the hard disk). Therefore, under complex recording setting, unexpected problems might arise in the system. To solve such problems, EM-2000 series automatically deldate. Consequently, be cautious when changing the date and time to the past. In addition, every function in the system operates normally since this
When a long time has elapsed after a correct setting of the system time and date, the system time can go fast or slow. According to the specification of the RTC (Real Time Clock) used in EM-2000 series, the time difference can be 113 seconds per month in maximum. correction of the system time and date is required for the maintenance of accurate system time.
5.2.2. Date Format Set the date display format. Select the desired format in the date display format after pressing arrow button. 5.2.3. Time Format Set the time display format. Time format can be selected either by 24-hour or 12-hour base (AM or PM).
5.2.4. Daylight Saving Select the daylight saving time for each country. Daylight sally processed when country is selected. Supported countries are displayed in the table below.
1 None GMT 2 Australia Australia/Melbourne
3 Austria Europe/Vienna 4 Belgium Europe/Brussels
5 Brazil Brazil/East 6 Canada Canada/Eastern
7 Denmark Europe/Copenhagen 8 Egypt Egypt
9 Finland Europe/Helsinki 10 France Europe/Paris
11 Germany Europe/Berlin 12 Greece Europe/Athens
13 Israel Israel 14 Italy Europe/Rome
15 Mexico Mexico/General 16 Holland Europe/Amsterdam
17 Norway Europe/Oslo 18 Poland Europe/Warsaw
19 Portugal Portugal 20 Russia Moscow
21 Spain Europe/Madrid 22 Sweden Europe/Stockholm
23 Switzerland Europe/Zurich 24 UK Europe/London
25 US US/Eastern
5.3 System-Network Set the network environment of the system. An example of a LAN is shown below. Consult your vendor if user wants to use a modem.
5.3.1. Connection Type Select either LAN or Modem by pressing the arrow button. Move to next item by pressing [Enter] button after selection. 5.3.2. Host Address Input the IP address assigned to EM-2000 series system. Use fixed IP for system IP. For system IP, use the IP that is not used by other PC or DVR.
5.3.3. Subnet Mask Subnet Mask address recognizes the subnet to which the sy255.255.0. Consult network administrator for accurate information. 5.3.4. Default Gateway This is the IP address of the network router or gateway. It is required when the user wants to connect through the external Consult your vendor if network c
5.4 System-Passwords Set passw­mi;&#xn000;&#xUser;ords for o&#xNetw;.90;rk password to allow connections from RemoteAgent. Set the password after selecting [Admin], [User], and [Network] by pressing arrow button.
5.4.1. Select Select password to be set. Admin and user can have only one account for each. 5.4.2. Old Password Input the old password. 5.4.3. New Password Input the new password. Up to 8 digits can be inputted. 5.4.4. Confirm Input the new password once more for confirmation. Input password by pressing number button of remote controller while setting the password.
Set the general environment related to camera usage. The screen below shows the setting related to recording.
5.5.1. Record Controls whether recording of the channel will be done or not. [ON] is to record and [OFF] is not to record. If recording is not required, even when the video of the hen the video of the channel. Then, recording of the channel stops without pulling camera BNC cable off. [ON] or [OFF] can be selected. The default is [ON]. 5.5.2. Frames he connected camera. The total number of recorded images per second, per group, has an upper bound (NTSC: 30fps, PAL: 25fps), which cannot be exceeded. Remaining frame number of the group is displayed at the left bottom of the screen whenever the frame number of each camera is modified. 5.5.3. Quality Set the recording quality for the corresponding channel according to resolution setting by tenth (10-unit) between 10~100. In general, 60~90 is the average extent for setting, where 10 is the lowest quality, and 100 is the highest quality. The setting value directly influences the byte size per image. For example, the byte size decreases as quality goes lower. In this case, blocking (mosaic) phenomena tends to appear, which is the artifact caused by hiblocking phenomena disappears as quality goes higher. In this case, the required storage space per image increases, which leads to shortening of total recording period. Therefore, give consideration to the necessary recording period, importance of each camera image, and quality of analog signal when setting the recording quality. If extending the recording period in high quality, refer to 6.5.4. The byte size decreases when the sensitivity setting decreases. When the quality increases over 80, picture quality increases in small degree, but the byte size increases to great extent. Be cautious while using low performance increase of byte size when high quality value is set for the camera.
5.5.4. Sensitivity Set the motion sensitivity value based on motion detection between 10~100. Higher value saves any movement without skipping, and lower value skips small movements to extend the recording period. The default is 70, and it is recommended not to change, with the exception of special cases. To change this value, refer to the ?Sensitivity Setting? in the appendix to get full understanding, and try different values to find the most suitable value corresponding to the circumstances. The table below indicates recording-related trend of each item according to the motion sensitivity setting.
Effects of Night
Much storage space maximum of byte
space is required space decreases if recording
Saves if there is space is required Frequently skips due to low setting Considerably small storage space is
too low, even big motion will be space decreases as Skips due to low space decreases as
5.6 Camera-Title & Schedule mera and recording schedule.
5.6.1. Title title is displayed as OSD (On-Screen Display) and is also stored in the recorded files afterwards. Therefore, when the file is played in the system or remote site, the camera title willbe indicated as that stored in the file during recording. ? where is the channel number. It can be up to 16 capital letters, numbers, or spaces. The screen below indicates a keyboard in which to input letters for Title.
5.6.2. Start & End Set recording start and end time for the camera. Start time indicates that the recording is started on exact time (0 minutes displayed in 24-hour unit, default is ?0~24?. That is, if it is recorded 24 hours every day. It will record normally even if the start and end time is reversed. For example, if the schedule is set as ?18~9?, it records from 6 PM to 9 AM the next day for every day. recording. Select the Record ?Off? in the ?Camera-Record? when you want sensor-activated recording only.
Set the brightness, contrast, color and tint of the connected camera.
5.7.1. Bright value. Setting values are 1~100. 5.7.2. Contrast Adjust the contrast, which is the ratio of brightness to darbrighter, and dark side becomes darker. In case the value is increased to the extent where too much saturation is not can be helpful to display the image vividly. Setting values are 1~100. 5.7.3. Color Adjust the color density. In most cases except for the deterioration of cameras or very low quality cameras, the 5.7.4. Tint Set the color hue of connected cameras. In most cases except for the deterioration of cameras or very low quality camera,
5.8 Camera-Audio & P/T/Z Set the camera audio and P/T/Z environment.
5.8.1. Audio Select whether to use audio recording. Select On/Off in the audio tap for each camera. when connecting to the audio input/output device.
5.8.2. Audio-CH ong the 4 audio input channels. 5.8.3. P/T/Z Address Set the P/T/Z driver address of the connected camera. Check the below items for proper P/T/Z operation. 1. Check if the protocol of all P/T/Z controllers connected to the system is in accordance. 2. Check if the communication setting including baud rate of all P/T/Z controllers is in accordance with the assigned value for that P/T/Z protocol. 3. Check if the address of all controllers is in accordance with the controller address assigned in the setting menu for 4. Check if the power of the P/T/Z controller is turned on. 5. Check if wiring to P/T/Z controllers is correct.
5.9.1. Camera Select an alarmed camera for the alarm. Alarmed camera will be recorded when corresponding sensor isaccording to sensor type and alarm schedule. Changes back to previous status if recording is done. schedule, it can be recorded if the sensor, interworked in corresponding image channel, is operated, by means of sensor-activated recording.
5.9.2. Start & End Select the sensor start and end time to set the sensor-operating schedule. Ranges for start recording schedule for the camera. Hour display format is operates from 6:00:00 to 17:59:59. Be cautious when setting the alarm scsystem will ignore the activation of the sensor and take no action.
5.9.3. Type Select the sensor type between N/O(Normal Open) and N/C(NoO type is usually open, and the of close, and N/C type works the reverse way. Check the setting of the sensor type (N/O or N/C), if the sensor does not operate properly. actual connecting sensor type and the sensor type in the system setting are
5.10 Alarm-Output regarding recording and relay output.
5.10.1. Relay Select the relay number to operate. 5.10.2. Alarm Mode depending on the desired alarm action. In this mode, the alarmed camera will be intensively recorded during the setting time in Dwell tab from the moment sensor is activated. i.e. Sensor activation sensor during alarm action. Duration: In this mode, the alarmed camera will be intensively recorded upon sensor activation. i.e. The deactivation of the sensor stops A channel starts intensive record while other channels in the group stops recording, whenever the sensor is detected. Also when the relay (output) for the sensor has been set, it will activate together with the sensor. 5.10.3. Dwell Set the period for which the alarmed camera will be recorded and the relay output is turned on. The recording stops and alarm output is turned off when the setting period is elapng period (5~99 seconds).
5.11 Tools-System Information This is the system information screen of EM-2000 series. The details in the information screen can be different based on the model number and system environment.
5.11.1. Signal System The type of video signal is displayed: NTSC or PAL. 5.11.2. Software Version Software version installed in the system is displayed. 5.11.3. Hardware Version Hardware version of the system is displayed. 5.11.4. HDD Usage Hard disk usage is displayed. (Used/Total HDD space (Remaining space%)) 5.11.5. IP Address IP address of the system is displayed. 5.11.6. MAC Address MAC address of the system is displayed. 5.11.7. Daylight Saving Country of the daylight saving time is displayed. 5.11.8. Network Connection The number of clients (channel basis) currently connected to the system using RemoteAgent is displayed.
5.12 Tools-System Upgrade This screen appears during system upgrade. Enter the host address if upgrading through LAN or TFTP.
5.12.1. Select Select the method to upgrade the system. 1. LAN: will be supported in the future 2. TFTP: to upgrade via TFTP protocol. The IP address of the host TFTP server is required. 3. CD-ROM: to upgrade with the internal CD-RW (option) The following sequence is how to upgrade using the internal CD-RW. 1. Prepare upgrade image CD. 2. Put the prepared CD inside the CD-RW of the system. 3. Select CD-ROM from Select category of the upgrade menu. Then, select the [Start] button. 4. When the upgrade is completed without any error, no error message will be displayed and the system will automatically reboot after upgrade. 5. The upgrade image CD must read the ?hdvr.bin? image file at the root folder. Be cautious that the image file name must be in small letters, ?hdvr.bin?.
5.12.2. Host Address Input the host server address of LAN connection. 5.12.3. Version Displays the version of the software that is being downloaded. 5.12.4. Progress Displays the progress while upgrading. 5.12.5. Start Starts the upgrade when pressed.
5.13 Tools – Event Viewer ument important events such as sensor activity, system On/Off, changes in settings. The Event search function is used conveniently to find an image corresponding to a particular event. In order to leave and search alarm history on the Ev on the Evmenu. Refer to ?Setting-Alarm Input? for detailed instructions.
To check the event history, press the [Event] button on the front panel or IR Remote Controller. Press the button and the following Event Viewer will appear.
Occurred date, time (hr: min: sec), (S: Standard D: DST) and signaled alarm will be indicated on the Event Viewer screen. Use the arrow button on the front panel or the IR Remote Controller to move to the recorded image corresponding with a particular event. The up and down arrow buttons are used to move the selection bar up and down. The left and right buttons are used to move page by page. The following is the category as indicated on the Event Viewer. 1. Alarm in Signal (for each channel) – Alarm isAlarm is(larm (Sensor) Number) 2. Enter P/T/Z Mode (for each channel) -Start P/T/Z on CH2 (Channel Number) 3. Setup Menu Setting – Changed system settings 4. System Start (Power on), Shutdown (Power off) – Starting system, Shutdown system 5. System Upgrade – Upgraded to 1.0.4 (version) 6. Change Resolution (Recording Image Size) – 7. Change Date and Time – Date or time is changed 8. Log on Information or Authority (Connect by User or Admin) – Logged on with (&#xUser;&#x or ;R.7;Admin) privilege 9. Change Network address – Network address is changed 10. Go to Factory Default – Reset System Settings 11. Log of&#xUser;f Information – f Press [Enter] or [Play] button on the front panel or IR Remote Controller after selecting date and time to see recorded the corresponding time, the image of the closest time will be playback. he alarm input is set properly, check the alarm wiring on the rear panel. Then, check whether the sensor input status is functioning properly.
5.14 Tools- Backup There are two ways to backup the recorded images of EM-2000 series. The first is by using internal CD-RW drive (option). The second is by using USB external storage device. 5.14.1. CD Backup Use the CD-RW attached to the EM-2000 series to backup the recorded images. Press the [Backup] button on the IR Remote Controller and the following screen will appear. The specifications will show differently, depending on the model of CD-RW drive. Refer to the CD-RW drive manual for a detailed explanation.
When the CD-RW drive is not installed or not properly connected, the following error message will appear. The following error message will also appear if CD-R media (Blank CD) for storage is not on the CD tray.
Consult your vendor if you require detailed information on the CD-RW.
Enter each item on the screen below to backup recorded images. 1. Select the recording start time for backup. 2. Also, select the recording end time for backup. 3. Select channels to backup. The user can select several channels together, but if the backup data capacity is more than the storage capacity, backup will not proceed. Select the channel by using the cursor and pressing [Enter] button. 4. After selecting all the items, press [Next] button to proceed to the next screen.
Input the time by pressing the arrow (up, down, left, right) button of the front panel on the IR Remote Controller.
When the channels are not selected, error message will appear as shown below.
Press [Enter] after correctly selecting all the items correctly for backup. Proceed as indicated below.
The following is the list of media supported in the internal CD-RW of EM-2000 series. Acer, AMT, CMC, Kodak, LeadData, Maxell, Mitsubishi Chemical, Mitsui, Nan Ya, Philips, Princo, Prodisc, Ricoh, Ritek, Sony, Taiyo Yuden, TDK, Verbatim, Yamaha CD-RW : Acer, AMT, CMC, Digimaster, Maxell, MaxMax, Melody, Mitsubishi Chemical, Philips, Plextor, Prodisc, Ricoh, Ritek, Sony, TDK, Traxdata, Verbatim, Yamaha
When the backup is completed, the following message will appear.
5.15 USB External Storage Device for Backup EM-2000 series supports USB. Connect external storage device to the USB port on the front panel. Click [BACKUP] button on the IR Remote Controller and the screen below will appear.
Below is a lists of USB external storage devices supported by the EM-2000 series. Consult your vendor if the devices do not operate properly. 1. AOpen CRW5224 External CD-RW Drive 2. AOpen EHW-4048U External CD-RW Drive 3. SONY CRX2100U External CD-RW Drive 4. Plextor PX-W4012TU External CD-RW Drive 5. DVICO MOMOBAY CX-2 2.5″ External HDD 6. UNiCORN Portable HDD HD-250 External HDD 7. OTI FELLOW Flash Disk Drive 8. Hanbit STORiUM N Flash Disk Drive EM-2000 series does not support DVD±RW drive. Should use of DVD±RW versus DVD+RW or DVD-RW.
The following error message will appear if the USB storage fails to backup.
When the USB storage device is connected incorrectly, the following message will appear.
If there is not enough free disk space in the USB storage device, the following error message will appear.
The following message will appear when the image backup of the USB storage device has been completed.
To use USB storage for backup, use FAT file system. If the storage device is set to NTFS file system, backup will fail.
DO NOT connect two or more external USB storage devices to the system. If not, the system may not ly. In addition, some USB hubs cannot be recognized correctly.
5.16 Tools-System Default This screen allows the users to return to the default factory setting. In this case current setting values will be ignored. All setting values, except for the network setting and passwords, return to default value when [Yes] button is pressed. In the System Default setting, the entire values wvalues should be kept separate for future use.
5.17 Quit This screen exits the setting menu of the system.
5.17.1. Log Off Log off the currently logged-on user. In order to return to the setting menu or to manage the system, login by inputting &#xUser;­mi;&#xn000;assword, respectively. Be sure to log-off, or unauthorized persons can alter your settings and use the system in a bad way. 5.17.2. Close Menu Return to the previous status by closing the setup menu.
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