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DIGITAL RECORDER
INSTALLATION AND
OPERATION MANUAL
MODEL
DX-NT430E
THIS INSTRUCTION MANUAL IS IMPORTANT TO YOU. PLEASE READ IT BEFORE USING YOUR DIGITAL RECORDER.
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   Summary of Contents for Mitsubishi Electric DX-NT430E

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    DIGITAL RECORDER INSTALLATION AND OPERATION MANUAL MODEL DX-NT430E THIS INSTRUCTION MANUAL IS IMPORTANT TO YOU. PLEASE READ IT BEFORE USING YOUR DIGITAL RECORDER.

  • Page 2: Features

    NT430E has 5 user selectable recording picture grades • The MODE OUT terminals which can be controlled via and 12 recording time modes. The DX-NT430E also has PC are equipped. (The specified application is required.) a built-in 4 camera multiplexer with motion detection per •...

  • Page 3: Caution And Care

    Caution and care HEAVY OBJECTS SHOULD NEVER BE PLACED ON THE UNIT (E.G., TV) NEVER TOUCH OR INSERT ANY OBJECT INSIDE THE UNIT Touching the inside of the cabinet or inserting foreign objects of any kind not only creates a safety hazard but can also cause extensive damage.

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Contents Features ..............2 <MPX DISPLAY SETTINGS> ......36, 37 Multiplexer function related to button operations ..36 Caution and care ............3 SPLIT/SINGLE, +, and – buttons ......36 ZOOM and JOG buttons ........36 Contents ..............4, 5 SPLIT4 SCREEN SETTING ........

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    Various recordings ..........63 Glossary ..............84 PRE ALARM RECORDINGS ........63 Glossary ..............84 EMERGENCY RECORDING ........63 Relation of recording operation to the number of cameras and recording interval settings..84 Various playback functions ........64 Specifications ............85 Playing still frames ............

  • Page 6: Flowchart

    Flowchart Flowchart for connection and settings Installation example: Connect the terminals on the rear panel; and set the initial settings. Next, make an alarm recording using the timer function, using alarm list search, and playback the searched data. Connections • Connect the terminals on the rear panel. See “...

  • Page 7

    Setting the motion detection • Select the camera number. See “ SELECTION CAMERA NUMBER” on page 38. • Set the detection areas. See “ DETECTION MASK SETTING” on page 38. • Set the sensitivity. See “ SENSITIVITY” on page 39. •...

  • Page 8: Major Operations And Their Functions

    Major operations and their functions Front view DIGITAL RECORDER DX - NT430 LOCK POWER REMOTE ALARM ACCESS INTERRUPT WARNING LINK RX/TX 6 7 8 9 10 11 1. HDD tray 9. WARNING indicator Attach the HDD which is commercially available to Illuminates when a warning is displayed on the here.

  • Page 9: Rear View

    Rear view MAIN VIDEO CAMERA IN AC IN RS-232C ETHERNET RESET AUDIO 1. MAIN switch 8. RESET button This is the main power switch. When using this unit, Pressing this button resets the unit and the power set this switch to ON. Otherwise, the power cannot turns off.

  • Page 10: Wired Remote Control R-400 (supplied)

    Major operations and their functions (continued) Wired remote control R-400 (supplied) 5. REC/STOP buttons When pressing both buttons, recording starts and the REC indicator on the front panel lights up. When pressing both buttons during recording, recording stops and the REC indicator turns off. During timer recording, recording does not stop even when both buttons are pressed.

  • Page 11: Stop Button

    12. TIMER ON/OFF buttons When pressing both buttons, the unit is set to timer recording/standby mode. When pressing both buttons again, timer recording/standby mode is can- celled. 13. PLAY button When pressing this button during stop mode, the playback speed changes in the 4 grades (normal } 25 fields/second } 30 MB units } 300 MB units} normal).

  • Page 12: Connections

    Connections Connecting to CCTV camera, monitor, and sensor MONITOR To AUDIO IN connector To VIDEO IN connector To VIDEO OUT connector To AUDIO OUT connector CAMERA #1 CAUTION Connecting a coaxial transmission camera incorrectly may damage the To CAMERA IN 1 connector input terminal.

  • Page 13: Alarm Recording Connection

    Alarm recording connection Example: The diagram below shows an example of connection for alarm signals corresponding to camera number 1. RESET AUDIO ALARM SWITCH Connecting the wired remote control R-400 (supplied) DIGITAL RECORDER DX - NT430 LOCK POWER REMOTE ALARM ACCESS INTERRUPT WARNING LINK...

  • Page 14: Attaching And Removing The Hdd

    Attaching and removing the HDD Make sure that the POWER button on the front panel and the MAIN switch on the rear panel are both turned OFF when attaching or removing the HDD tray. Do not remove the top cover of the unit. HDDs are very sensitive to sudden shocks and vibration which can permanently damage the internal components.

  • Page 15: Attaching And Removing The Hdd Tray

    5. Hold the HDD tray with both hands and pull it out. Attaching and removing the HDD tray Be sure to use both hands when pulling out the Removing the HDD tray from the unit HDD tray in order to prevent the trouble of the HDD 1.

  • Page 16: Attaching The Hdd To The Hdd Tray

    Attaching and removing the HDD (continued) 5. Connect the middle connector of the ATA LEAD to the HDD. Attaching the HDD to the HDD tray When attaching one HDD: 1. Remove the top cover from the HDD tray. • Remove the 2 screws and lift the top cover. •...

  • Page 17: When Attaching Additional Hdd

    8. Attach the top cover of the HDD tray. 5. Connect the POWER LEAD to the additional HDD. • To attach the top cover, put the hooks of the top cover in • Make sure that the POWER LEAD between the HDDs is the openings of the HDD tray.

  • Page 18: Hdd Self Test

    HDD SELF TEST HDD SELF TEST Before using the HDD attached to this unit, test the HDD whether to be used correctly. There are 3 types of the test method and choose one in the <HDD SELF TEST> screen. When choosing, refer to the table below that describes the details of each method.

  • Page 19

    1. Attach the HDD to the unit, and connect the cameras, the 5. Press the ENTER button to execute the test. monitors, and the wired remote control ( see pages 12 to • The test is executed and the status screen appears. •...

  • Page 20: Auto Set Up

    AUTO SET UP 6. Press the JOG buttons to move the cursor to AUTO SET UP “EXECUTE” and then press the ENTER button. AUTO SET UP is displayed, in order to set up an • “PERFORM AUTO SET UP?” is displayed on the screen. indispensable function, when this unit is turned on for the first time.

  • Page 21: Initialization

    9. Press the ENTER button. Set “BOOT UP DELAY” with enough time to • The background of the setting item turns red and flashes. accomodate the recognition time of the attached HDD. 10. Press the JOG buttons to display the desired setting and then press the ENTER button.

  • Page 22: Basic Operations

    Basic operations Multiplexer functions Menu settings SPLIT/SINGLE, ZOOM, +, –, and JOG buttons are used Menu screens are used to set the operational conditions to perform some of the multiplexer functions. of this unit. Although the setting method differs slightly depending on the menu screen, the basic setting method Multiplexer operation of using JOG, ENTER, and CLEAR buttons is described in...

  • Page 23: To Return To A Normal Screen From A Menu Screen

    6. Press the ENTER button. DAYLIGHT SAVING/DAYLIGHT SETTING • The setting item is determined and flashing stops. Auto daylight saving function is used to set the time period • To continue with other settings, repeat steps 4 to 6. for moving the clock an hour. To activate this function, set the desired time period in “DAYLIGHT SETTING”...

  • Page 24: Time Date Adjust

    Basic operations (continued) 9. Press the JOG button to move the highlighted display TIME DATE ADJUST to “MINUTE” and press the ENTER button. And then repeat Before you start recording, it is necessary to set step 8. accurately the present date and time. 10.

  • Page 25: Basic Manual Recording

    2. Press the JOG buttons to move the cursor to Basic manual recording “RECORD SETTINGS” and then press the ENTER button. Normal recording using manual operation is described • The <RECORD SETTINGS> screen appears. below. Before you start recording, check the settings of “HDD REPEAT REC MAIN”...

  • Page 26: Basic Playback

    Basic operations (continued) 7. Press the JOG button to highlight the setting item of Basic playback “GRADE” and then press the ENTER button. This unit allows recorded video to be played back using • The background of the setting item turns red and flashes. various methods.

  • Page 27

    3. Press the JOG buttons to display “03” for “DAY” and “SUB” appears when “HDD SETTING” in the then press the ENTER button. <INITIALIZATION> is set to “PARTITION.” • Setting item is determined and flashing stops. 10-2. Press the JOG buttons to display the desired 4.

  • Page 28: Language Selection

    Basic operations (continued) 14. Press either the PLAY button or the PAUSE button to playback the searched image. For playback, see “Various playback functions” on page 64. 15. To stop playback/still frame playback, press the STOP button. • The display returns to the normal screen. LANGUAGE SELECTION With this unit, the menu screen display can be selected from six languages.

  • Page 29: Menu Functions

    Menu functions MENU SETTING The menu screen is used to set the basic settings of this unit. Refer to the pages shown below for details. During playback, recording, and pre-alarm recording stand-by mode, you cannot change some of the menu settings. SET UP button MAIN MENU SUB MENU (1)

  • Page 30: Main Menu

    Menu functions (continued) SUB MENU (1) SUB MENU (2) <MOTION DETECTION SETTINGS> & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & >>SELECTION CAMERA NUMBER & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & DETECTION MASK SETTING & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & SENSITIVITY HIGH••<<<LOW & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & MOTION THRESHOLD & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & TEST MODE &...

  • Page 31

    SET UP button MAIN MENU <SETTINGS> >>TIME DATE/DISPLAY SETTINGS MPX DISPLAY SETTINGS MOTION DETECTION SETTINGS RECORD SETTINGS TIMER PROGRAM SETTINGS INITIAL SET UP/INFORMATION MEMO: SUB MENU (1) SUB MENU (2) <INITIAL SET UP/INFORMATION> <HDD SETTINGS> >>HDD SETTINGS >>HDD REPEAT REC MAIN AUDIO RECORDING HDD REPEAT REC SUB REAR TERMINAL SETTINGS...

  • Page 32

    Menu functions (continued) SET UP button SUB MENU (2) SUB MENU (3) MAIN MENU SUB MENU (1) <SETTINGS> <INITIAL SET UP/INFORMATION> <INFORMATION/SERVICE> <HDD INFORMATION> >>TIME DATE/DISPLAY SETTINGS >>HDD SETTINGS >>HDD INFORMATION MPX DISPLAY SETTINGS AUDIO RECORDING WARNING LOG LIST A: HDD(120GB) MOTION DETECTION SETTINGS REAR TERMINAL SETTINGS RESET TO FACTORY SETTINGS...

  • Page 33: Search Selection Menu

    SEARCH SELECTION MENU SEARCH button MAIN MENU SUB MENU (1) <TIME DATE SEARCH> <SEARCH SELECTION> SEARCH TYPE TIME DATE >>01-01-2004 00:00:00 >>SELECTION CAMERA NUMBER EXECUTE(FORWARD) PLAYBACK DEVICE MAIN SEARCH button MAIN MAIN START ---------- --:--:-- ---------- --:--:-- START ---------- --:--:-- PUSH SEARCH KEY FOR ---------- --:--:-- SEARCH SELECTION...

  • Page 34: Time Date/display Settings

    <TIME DATE/DISPLAY SETTINGS> TIME DATE ADJUST CLOCK LOCATION SETTING See page 24. This menu is used to set the display position of the date and present time. DISPLAY MODE 1. Press the SET UP button } <SETTINGS> } Select This item is used to set the display format of the date and “CLOCK LOCATION SETTING”...

  • Page 35: Camera Title/memo Setting

    Example: Setting titles for camera number “ ” and “ ” to “ENTRANCE” and “COUNTER” respectively, and setting <CAMERA TITLE/MEMO SETTING> >> ENTRANCE memo of “BANK.” •••••••••••••••• •••••••••••••••• 1. Press the SET UP button } <SETTINGS> } Select COUNTER MEMO BANK “CAMERA TITLE/MEMO SETTING”...

  • Page 36: Mpx Display Settings

    <MPX DISPLAY SETTINGS> The multiplexer function of this unit allows the connected The magnification display functions only during camera video to be displayed in the splited screen. It is single screen display. The centre point moves also possible to set the order of the camera number to be vertically/horizontally by pressing the JOG buttons.

  • Page 37: Split4 Screen Setting

    SPLIT4 SCREEN SETTING Setting of “NUMBER” (default: “ ”) This menu is used to set the camera number to be displayed “ ,” “ ,” “ ,” “ ,” “ - ” in the screen splited in 4. “ - ”: Displays nothing. 1.

  • Page 38: Motion Detection Settings

    <MOTION DETECTION SETTINGS> 1. In “SELECTION CAMERA NUMBER,” select the camera This menu is used to set the conditions of the motion for which the detection area is set. detection function for alarm recording which is started when detecting motion in the video of the connected camera. 2.

  • Page 39: Sensitivity

    1. In “SELECTION CAMERA NUMBER,” select the camera SENSITIVITY for which the motion threshold is set. This item is used to set the sensitivity of detecting the changes of the loaded video data. Each camera video is 2. Display the desired setting in “MOTION THRESHOLD” and sampled every 0.5 second and compared with each video press the ENTER button.

  • Page 40: Md Lock Out Time

    <MOTION DETECTION SETTINGS> (continued) 1. In “SELECTION CAMERA NUMBER,” select the camera MD LOCK OUT TIME for which the MD lock out time is set. This item is used to restrict motion detection function to control the recording in order to prevent the continuous 2.

  • Page 41: Record Settings

    <RECORD SETTINGS> 1. Press the SET UP button } <SETTINGS> } Select Settings concerning normal recording and “ALARM SETTING” in the <RECORD SETTINGS> screen and alarm recording then press the ENTER button. This unit allows you to set the setting items for normal •...

  • Page 42: Alarm Type

    <RECORD SETTINGS> (continued) ALARM TYPE RECORD SETTING This item is used to set the camera selection for alarm This menu is used to set the recording interval and recording recording. picture quality for normal recording and alarm recording. <ALARM SETTING> <RECORD SETTING>...

  • Page 43: Pre Alarm Rec

    PRE ALARM REC ALARM REC DURATION This item is used to set the pre-alarm recording. This item is used to set the recording time period for alarm recording. <RECORD SETTING> GRADE A-PPS A-GRADE <RECORD SETTINGS> 3.125P STD 3.125P STD ALARM SETTING 3.125P STD 3.125P STD RECORD SETTING...

  • Page 44: Timer Program Settings

    <TIMER PROGRAM SETTINGS> TIMER PROGRAM SETTINGS 7) MD Sets the motion detection function to on or off. This menu is used to set up to 4 most frequently used operation patterns. By individually setting the recording 8) Displays the selected timer program number (P1 - P3). camera, recording interval, and recording picture quality for normal recording/alarm recording to REC MODE A to 9) SPL (special day of the week setting)

  • Page 45

    7. Press the JOG button to highlight the setting item of 18. Press the JOG button to highlight the end day and then “hour” of the start time and then press the ENTER button. press the ENTER button. • The background of the setting item turns red and flashes. •...

  • Page 46: Holiday Setting

    <TIMER PROGRAM SETTINGS> (continued) 3. To continue with REC MODE B to REC MODE D, repeat HOLIDAY SETTING steps 1 and 2. This menu is used to set holidays throughout the year. The storage area in MAIN HDD set in “PARTI- <HOLIDAY SETTING>...

  • Page 47: Initial Set Up/information

    <INITIAL SET UP/INFORMATION> HDD SETTINGS HDD REPEAT PLAY This item is used to playback the recorded contents of the HDD REPEAT REC MAIN/HDD REPEAT REC HDD repeatedly. This item is used to set the operation of the unit when HDD <HDD SETTINGS>...

  • Page 48: Sequential Play

    <INITIAL SET UP/INFORMATION> (continued) AUDIO RECORDING When executing complex playback operations This item is used to simultaneously record audio along with with the PLAY or REV.P button during alteration the video. When recording audio, the continuous recording check, the “IMAGE MODIFIED” warning may appear. time becomes shorter than when recording only video.

  • Page 49: Rear Terminal Settings

    3. To set other terminals, repeat step 2. REAR TERMINAL SETTINGS 4. Press the CLEAR button or the SET UP button. MODE OUT 1 to MODE OUT 5 These items are used to output the status of this unit from KEY SOUND the MODE OUT terminals on the rear panel.

  • Page 50: Remain Hdd

    <INITIAL SET UP/INFORMATION> (continued) 2. Press the JOG buttons to display the desired HDD Setting (default: “OFF”) and then press the ENTER button. “OFF,” “REMAIN,” “WARNING,” “ALARM” • The setting item is determined and flashing stops. SETTING 3. Press the JOG button to highlight the REMAIN HDD REMAIN WARNING...

  • Page 51: Call Out Settings

    COMMUNICATION PORT SETTINGS INFORMATION For the relationship between the warning display and <COMMUNICATION PORT SETTINGS> CALL OUT signal output, see page 83. The >>RS-232C warning display of the item written “Fixed” in the ETHERNET CALL OUT output column displays unconditionally. For the item written “Selectable”...

  • Page 52: Ext.device Settings

    <INITIAL SET UP/INFORMATION> (continued) 1. Set “MODE” in the <RS-232C> screen to “EXT.DEVICE.” <RS-232C SETTINGS> • When “MODE” in the <RS-232C> screen is set to >>TRANSMISSION MODE 9600 “EXT.DEVICE,” the unit recognizes all the commands input DATA BIT LENGTH 8BIT via RS-232C as the transaction code and does not accept the PARITY BIT NONE...

  • Page 53

    Setting of “PROTOCOL” (default: “OFF”) “IBM”: Records the transaction code of the IBM <ALARM SETTING> protocol. ALARM RECORD CAMERA TRIGGER >>1 “NCR-0,” “NCR-1,” or “NCR-2/NCR-3”: Records the -- - transaction code of the NCR protocol. EXT/MD 1 2 3 “OFF”: Does not record the data of the external device.

  • Page 54: Ethernet

    <INITIAL SET UP/INFORMATION> (continued) ETHERNET 1. Press the SET UP button } <SETTINGS> } <INITIAL SET UP/INFORMATION> } <COMMUNICATION PORT This menu is used to set the IP ADDRESS which is to SETTING> } Select “E-MAIL ADDRESS” in the <ETHERNET> specify the connected recorder, SUB NET MASK, or screen.

  • Page 55: Communication Port Settings

    2. (When setting the IP ADDRESS or port setting number, etc. of the connected PC • • • ) <SERVICE PORT SETTING> Press the JOG buttons to select the desired setting >>WEB •00080 USER ACCESS 53705 number and then press the ENTER button. SUPER USER 53706 •...

  • Page 56: Information/service

    <INITIAL SET UP/INFORMATION> (continued) INFORMATION/SERVICE The failures displayed in the WARNING LOG LIST: ( see page 83). This menu is used to check the log list or list of power “P-LOSS”: Power failure. failures, etc., and to initialize the menus. “SYS RST”: Reset button is pressed and the unit is At the bottom of the screen, the following information reset.

  • Page 57: Initial Set Up/information

    MAIN HDD DATA CLEAR/SUB HDD DATA CLEAR When the MAIN switch on the rear panel is set to This menu is used to erase the data recorded on the MAIN OFF or when a menu is displayed, SIMPLE LOCK HDD or SUB HDD. and PASSWORD LOCK do not function.

  • Page 58

    <INITIAL SET UP/INFORMATION> (continued) To register the PASSWORD • • • 2-7. Press the CLEAR button. Register a 4-digit number for PASSWORD. When setting 3-1. (When registering the PASSWORD for HDD DATA CLEAR the number of each digit, choose the number from 0 to 9. (level 4) •...

  • Page 59: Password

    6. Press the JOG buttons to move the cursor to 3-1. (To change the PASSWORD of level 4 • • • ) “EXECUTE” and then press the ENTER button. Display the <PASSWORD> screen. Press the JOG • The normal screen appears. buttons to move the cursor to “HDD DATA CLEAR”...

  • Page 60: Operation Examples

    Operation examples Operation example 1 Setting different number of cameras to REC MODE A and <TIMER PROGRAM SETTINGS> >>SELECTED PATTERN P1-SET B for normal recording to switch cameras depending on HOLIDAY SETTING the time period and day of the week. REC MODE A REC MODE B REC MODE C...

  • Page 61: Operation Example 2

    Operation example 2 Setting the holiday. <TIMER PROGRAM> START END MODE >>1 SPL 08:00 15:00 A < Operation > 2 SPL 15:00 20:00 B • REC MODE A (normal recording with all the cameras) is 3 SAT 08:00 17:00 B 4 SUN 08:00 17:00 B set to Monday to Friday from 08:00 to 15:00, and REC...

  • Page 62: Operation Example 3

    Operation examples (continued) <MOTION DETECTION SETTINGS> <ALARM SETTING D> >>SELECTION CAMERA NUMBER ALARM RECORD CAMERA TRIGGER DETECTION MASK SETTING >>1 MD/EXT SENSITIVITY HIGH••<<<LOW - -- MOTION THRESHOLD -- - MD/EXT TEST MODE 1 2 3 MD LOCK OUT TIME ALARM TYPE ALARM CH CLEAR:BACK 4) <TIMER PROGRAM SETTINGS>...

  • Page 63: Various Recordings

    Various recordings PRE ALARM RECORDINGS 2) Used cameras All the cameras of which “PPS” or “A-PPS” is set to other During alarm recording, recording starts a few seconds than “- - - - - -.” before the ALARM IN terminal is grounded or motion is detected.

  • Page 64: Various Playback Functions

    Various playback functions Playing still frames Simultaneous playback during recording The recorded data can be played back simultaneously dur- 1. Press the PAUSE button during playback. ing the unit is recording. • The unit switches to still frame playback. Press the PAUSE button again or press the PLAY button to resume playback.

  • Page 65: Various Search

    Various search The various search functions of this unit can be used to “ ” to “ ”: When the search type which can select skip to the desired video. the camera number is set, the unit searches the specified conditions of the selected camera and SEARCH SELECTION displays the search result in the single screen The search screen appears when the SEARCH button is...

  • Page 66: Index Search/alarm Index Search

    Various search (continued) INDEX SEARCH/ALARM INDEX SEARCH Index signals are automatically written to the HDD at the start point of each recording. It is possible to search these signals and start playback from such index point. There are 2 types of index search: •...

  • Page 67: Alarm Skip Search

    6. To stop playback or still-frame playback, press the STOP button. During still frame playback, to choose the desired video from the SPLIT4 screen display and display the video of that camera number in the single screen display, press the SEARCH button to clear the search screen first, and then press the SPLIT/SINGLE button and the +, –...

  • Page 68: Alarm List Search

    Various search (continued) 3. Select the desired alarm list number. ALARM LIST SEARCH • button: Selects the next number. This unit stores the start times of alarm recording and emer- • button: Selects the previous number. gency recording in the alarm list when such recording is •...

  • Page 69: Start/end Search

    3. Display the desired setting in “DATA NUMBER” and press START/END SEARCH the ENTER button. It is possible to search the recording start/end point of the playback device selected in <TIME DATE SEARCH>, <IN- DEX SEARCH>, and <ALARM INDEX SEARCH>. <EXT.DATA SEARCH>...

  • Page 70: Other Convenient Functions

    Other convenient functions Power failure compensation circuit When “COVERT CAMERA SETTING” is set to The unit is equipped with an internalized power failure “OFF,” the playback video of the corresponded compensation circuit. When the unit has been charged for camera number is not displayed. Furthermore, the 48 hours (full), the date, time, timer record settings, and operation mode display and alarm display do not menu settings are kept up to 1 month without power.

  • Page 71: Hdd Setting

    2. Press the JOG buttons to move the cursor to “HDD HDD SETTING SETTING” and then press the ENTER button. On this unit, you can select “MIRRORING” or “PARTITION” • The background of the setting item turns red and flashes. for the HDD recording mode ( see page 21).

  • Page 72: Partition/partition Size

    Other convenient functions (continued) PARTITION/PARTITION SIZE 4. Press the JOG buttons to move the cursor to “PARTITION SIZE” and then press the ENTER button. This item is used to set an independent partition in HDD as sub-device capacity for alarm recording. In the MAIN HDD, Setting of “PARTITION SIZE”...

  • Page 73: Communications By Web Brouser

    Communications by Web Browser AUTHENTICATION Communications by Web Browser Start up the Microsoft Internet Explorer and log in. This unit can communicate with a PC via Web browser. Live and pre-recorded images can be viewed from this 1. Start up the Microsoft Internet Explorer and enter the IP mode.

  • Page 74: Welcome

    Communications by Web Browser (continued) 3-1. (If you make an error in entering the userID or password 1. Select the desired “Menu” and left-click. • • • ) • The “[Rejection]” screen appears. 3-2. Select “[Back to Authentication]” and either left-click or press ENTER.

  • Page 75

    Setting “Transfer Rate” too far on “Hi” may present obstacles to PC operation as determined by the performance of the PC you are using. Please set it to the appropriate rate to the image retrieval speed of your machine. Depending on the network capacity and the load conditions, the transfer rate may not rise.

  • Page 76

    Communications by Web Browser (continued) : Press to start reverse playback. : Press to start speed searches in the reverse direction at speeds of x2, x4, x8 and x16. : Press to frame-by-frame playback in the reverse direction. : During playback or searching, press to stop playback for still frame.

  • Page 77

    4-1. (To register a new user • • • ) <User authorization> Enter the new userID and new password in “Register new user.” Live Monitor: 4-2. Refer to step 2-1, select the “access auth.” desired and Allows acquisition of live images. It is a mandatory check it.

  • Page 78

    Communications by Web Browser (continued) 3. Confirm that the desired time is set. • Change log in user This screen is for changing the logged in user. 1. Select “Change log in user” and left-click. • The “[Authentication]” menu appears. •...

  • Page 79: Recording Time Table

    Recording time table Continuous recording time table HDD continuous recording time (for 240 GB drive) The following table shows estimated recordable time (when recording on a 240 GB (4R120L0 120 GB x 2) HDD). The following table shows estimated recordable time when operating with one camera and the recording interval is set at a constant PPS rate given at the top of the column.

  • Page 80: Without Audio Recording, Recording Duration "medium

    Recording Time Table (continued) • Without Audio recording, recording duration “MEDIUM” NUMBER OF 12.5P 8.333P 6.25P 4.167P 3.125P 2.5P 0.5P 0.25P 0.125P RECORDING GRADE FIELD SUPER 1.7s 3.5s 5.2s 8.8s 1min20s 2min50s 5min50s HIGH 2.3s 4.6s 6.9s 9.2s 1min50s 3min50s 7min40s 3.7s 7.5s...

  • Page 81: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting If problems with the unit persist even after you’ve followed the suggestions below, please disconnect the power cord and contact the retailer from whom you purchased the unit. Description of problem Please consult the following Page The unit is not turned on. •...

  • Page 82

    Troubleshooting (continued) Description of problem Please consult the following Page The unit does not perform • Is “TRIGGER” of the camera number for which the motion the motion detection detection function is to be executed in the <ALARM SETTING> function. screen set to “EXT”? •...

  • Page 83: Warnings And Call Out Output

    Warnings and CALL OUT output Warnings and their appropriate countermeasures #1 Options in the CALL OUT output column: • Selectable : selects to output CALL OUT signal or not on the menu screen. • Fixed : outputs CALL OUT signal from the CALL OUT terminal regardless of the menu setting. •...

  • Page 84: Glossary

    Glossary • Mirroring Glossary One way of protecting data on magnetic disks. This function writes data alternately to 2 Hard disk drives with the same • I/O terminals capacity. However, there is the demerit of using 2 drives in Terms used for referring to both input and output. place of 1, resulting in half the available space.

  • Page 85: Specifications

    Specifications Rated Power Supply: AC 100 - 240 V 50/60 Hz Rated Input: 0.4 - 0.2 A (100 - 240 V) (with 2 HDDs described on page 14 attached ) Color System: PAL-type color system Operating Temperature: 5 C to 40 C Relative Humidity: Max.

  • Page 86

    Others DEUTSCH STELLEN SIE NIEMALS SCHWERE GEGENSTÄNDE AUF DEN REKORDER (z. B. EIN FERNSEHGERÄT) STECKEN SIE NIEMALS GEGENSTÄNDE IN DEN REKORDER Gegenstände, die innen am Gehäuse anstoßen, oder alle eingesteckten Fremdkörper sind nicht nur gefährlich sondern verursachen auch große Beschädigung. SCHÜTZEN SIE DAS NETZKABEL Ein defektes Netzkabel kann Brand oder elektrischen Schlag verursachen.

  • Page 87

    Others (Continued) FRANÇAIS INTERDICTION DE POSER DES OBJETS LOURDS SUR LE ENREGISTREUR (PAR EX: TÉLÉVISEUR) INTERDICTION DE TOUCHER L’INTÉRIEUR DE L’ENREGISTREUR ET D’Y INTRODUIRE TOUT CORPS ÉTRANGER Tout contact avec l’intérieur du boîtier ou toute introduction de corps étranger peut non seulement constituer un danger mais peut également entraîner d’importants dégâts.

  • Page 88

    CASTELLANO NO COLOQUE NUNCA OBJETOS PESADOS SOBRE LA UNIDAD (P.E. TV) NO TOCAR NUNCA NI INSERTAR OBJETO ALGUNO EN EL INTERIOR DEL UNIDAD El tocar el interior de la caja o el insertar objetos extraños de cualquier clase no sólo crea peligros a la seguridad del usuario sino que también será...

  • Page 89

    Others (Continued) ITALIANO NON COLLOCARE SULL’UNITÀ OGGETTI PESANTI (es. apparecchio TV) NON TOCCARE E NON INSERIRE OGGETTI ALL’INTERNO DELL’UNITÀ Toccare all’interno del mobiletto che contiene l’unità o inserire oggetti estranei, di qualsiasi tipo, oltre ad essere causa di pericolo per la sicurezza può condurre a danni onerosi. PROTEGGERE IL CAVO DI ALIMENTAZIONE ELETTRICA Il danneggiamento del cavo di alimentazione elettrica può...

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    NEDERLANDS ZET IN GEEN GEVAL ZWARE VOORWERPEN BOVENOP DIT TOESTEL (BIJV. TV.) RAAK IN GEEN GEVAL ENIG VOORWERP IN HET TOESTEL AAN EN STEEK ER NIETS IN Aanraken van het binnenwerk, of naar binnen steken van voorwerpen die daar niet in thuishoren kan niet alleen gevaar opleveren, maar ook ernstige schade veroorzaken.

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    Others (Continued) PORTUGES OBJETOS PESADOS NUNCA DEVEM SER COLOCADOS EM CIMA DO APARELHO (POR EX., TV) NÃO MEXA DENTRO DO APARELHO NEM INSIRA NELE QUALQUER OBJETO Tocar a parte interna do gabinete ou inserir objetos estranhos de qualquer natureza além de provocar um risco em termos de segurança, podem causar danos consideráveis ao aparelho.

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    SVENSKA TUNGA FÖREMÅL (T EX EN TV) FÅR ABSOLUT INTE PLACERAS OVANPÅ ENHETEN RÖR INTE VID INSIDAN AV ENHETEN OCH STOPPA INTE IN NÅGRA FÖREMÅL I ENHETEN Om du rör vid insidan av skåpet eller stoppar in främmande föremål utsätter du inte bara dig själv för fara, utan kan även orsaka omfattande skador på...

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    Others (Continued) РУССКИЙ ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Others...

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    Mitsubishi Electric Europe B.V. The Netherlands German Branch Office Mitsubishi Electric Benelux Electric Visual Systems A Division of Mitsubishi Electric Europe B.V. Gothaer Str. 8 40880 Ratingen Germany Niiverheidsweg 23A, 3641 RP Mijdrecht Netherlands. Telehone: +49 (2102)-486 9250 Fax: +49 (2102)-486 7320...

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