Presentation on theme: "76XX Standalone NVR Setup and Operation. Built in POE Switch 802.a/f (low power) (PoE + units available 3Q 14) One port per channel 10/100/1000."— Presentation transcript:
Built in POE Switch 802.a/f (low power) (PoE + units available 3Q 14) One port per channel 10/100/1000 to connect to WAN Supports 2 x 4tb Internal Hard Disks HDMI/VGA video output Alarm I/O Self Configures Hikvision IP cameras/encoders Key Features
Total distance of each cable run. Will multiple cameras be attached to switch at end of any cable runs IP address information of WAN Will unit be joined with other Hikvision NVRs? Know Before You Deploy
Right click within the live view to bring up Main Menu Screen Getting started
Set time and time zone. If applicable enable Day Light Savings (DST). Click on “customization” to change start and ending date and time of DST For improved accuracy enable NTP and input IP address of internet time server. Set Clock and Time Zone
Make sure to save changes Changes are not saved until user clicks “Apply” Clicking Apply does not force exit from a screen. User needs to click arrow in bottom right to return to previous Menu screen. When in main menu click in lower left to return to live feed.
Setup IPv4 address for WAN connection Default internal IP is 192.168.254.1 NVR acts as Gateway for attached IP Cameras No DHCP functions for internal network Cameras which have same default address out of the box (126.96.36.199) are automatically assigned IP address by NVR (within internal subnet 192.168.254.xxx) You Must input valid DNS address for DDNS to work. Google DNS address of 188.8.131.52 will work. Setup Network
Network page 2 The Server Port, HTTP and RTSP Ports (Defaults are 8000, 80 and 10554 respectively) must be forwarded within the router to allow the system to be viewed remotely. If router does not support unique external and internal ports HTTP port should be changed to 8008 due to ISP blocking low port #s
Network page 3 Please be advised that High-speed Download monopolizes system resources and the live view screen may appear to be frozen including the loss of mouse control.
Free DDNS From HikVision 1. Check Enable DDNS 2. Fill in the user defined domain name (in this example myhomedvr) 3. Click “Apply” located at bottom right of screen. 4. Once ports are forwarded in URL bar type www.hik-online.com/myhomedvrwww.hik-online.com/myhomedvr 5.When the unit registers with the DDNS server it includes the HTTP port information so it is not necessary to append the url with the modified http port number. (i.e. :8008)
This is totally isolated network. To change advance settings of cameras you must connect PC to one of the PoE ports of NVR and manually change your IPv4 address to be part of this subnet. If you run the Hikvision SADP software you will see the IP address of the cameras connected via the PoE ports. If your NVR has firmware version 2.3.7 you will be able to get to the Web interface of the Camera from within the NVR setup screen.(Camera needs to have firmware level of 5.1 or higher) Internal Subnet Network
You cannot join this subnet via wireless connection so all modifications must be to your computers hardwired LAN port By default windows computers are set to “obtain IP address automatically” You must change this to: “Use the following IP Address” Choose address like 202 as it will not be used by cameras. Subnet of 255.255.255.000 and gateway of 192.168.254.1. Setup IP ADDRESS OF COMPUTER
Cameras are assigned IP address upon connection. During Initial Setup do not connect cameras via switch. After cameras have been configured a switch can be deployed but one port needs to be left open for camera #2+ on switch. Total attached cameras cannot exceed # of RJ- 45 connections. (excluding WAN port) Connect Cameras to NVR
Cameras all have default address of 184.108.40.206 User can plug cameras into standard PoE switch (or non PoE with separate 12v power) and run SADP software (on disk in camera box or from Hikvision.com) and manually change the IP address of attached cameras and then using a computer on same subnet make changes to the cameras. Be advised that if you assign cameras IP address outside of the internal subnet defined in a PoE NVR the NVR will assign them a new address on that internal network. Alternative Setup
Automatic Recording Out of box system is set for continuous recording which can easily be changed to Motion recording. Additional Configuration should be done to ensure sensitivity level is correct and detection zones are modified to reduce false positives.
Record Quality System defaults to “Full Frame” which will be the maximum frame rate possible at a given resolution. Change Frame Rate to lowest acceptable number. 6 to 8 frames is best for most situations. If there is high speed movement than increasing it to 12 might be required. Make sure the total Bitrate does not exceed the Maximum Incoming Bitrate of your NVR (see manual) as this may limit how many cameras you can add and their resolution.
Record Schedule Multiple Recording Schedules can be created. This example sets the cameras up to record all the time M-F during business hours and on motion only (event recording) during off hours.
Motion Detection settings by default are imported from the camera. In DVR “Recording Configuration” make sure sensitivity is high enough to trigger motion when desired but not too high as to cause false positives. (walk through scenes to make sure triggering takes place). Red Gridlines indicate areas where motion will be detected. Remove ceiling fans and other objects that may move but are not areas targeted for motion recording. Motion Detection cont.
Click on “Set” under Motion Detection to bring up sub menus. Trigger channel says when motion on camera 1 occurs make camera 1 record but you could make Cameras 1,2,3 for example if so desired. Arming Schedule is used to determine when motion detection is used to invoke rules defined under Handling such as email notification (which is configured elsewhere).
Live View Setup Each Monitor Output Can be configured separately. Live View “General” determines the default split for that monitor output. When configures separately (HDMI and VGA can be synched) Only the monitor with mouse control can change to other splits.
Live View Setup cont. Each Monitor Output Can be configured separately. Live View “View” determines which cameras are displayed and in what order. In the above picture the first 4 camera split for the HDMI output will has Digital Camera 6 in the lower left and no camera in lower right. Notice that the camera symbols by D3 and D4 are white as they are not currently being displayed on any screen.
Live View Setup cont. SO to sequence (cycle) only a few cameras on a public view monitor connected to the “Main CVBS” output you would: 1.Main Menu/ System Configuration /Live View / General choose “Main CVBS in the “Video Output Interface” drop down then select “1 * 1” in Live View Mode and a Dwell Time of 5-300 seconds then click Apply 2.Main Menu/ System Configuration /Live View / View click on the 1 camera split and exclude desired cameras by clicking the x. Next to the channel number in the middle of the screen. You will need to click on the page arrow in lower right to advance through the available cameras. Click “Apply” to save settings. Main Menu/ System Configuration / General / More Settings is where you will find a check box to “Enable VGA/HDMI Synchronous Output” BE ADVISED For best results connect monitors prior to powering up the system. Unit is designed to auto detect the monitors and match the maximum resolution of the monitor. If you do not have a cursor on the screen system may have not detected your monitor (non PnP). System default gives priority to HDMI > VGA > BNC.
Files on the hard drive can be “locked” so that they are not overwritten. Locking a file allows system to skip that part of HDD when it is overwriting the oldest files. Locking Does not preserve a file if HDD is formatted. If a file is unlocked and is now the oldest video it may be overwritten quickly. File Management (2)
When recording on motion system may create a large number of events which will create a lot of files (one file per event). To improve playback events can be merged (chronologically) so that several short events can be exported and then viewed as a single file. File Management (3)
Additional Features HDMI and VGA both support 1080P HD video output. System auto detects best monitor resolution The function of 3D positioning (when controlling PTZ cameras) makes positioning more rapid and more accurate. Various and easy to use modes of recording and playback Support Channel Zero, enable preview multiple monitoring screens via 1 way video network transmission bandwidth. 7604/7608 Support up to 2 SATA hard disks and 7614 can support 4 SATA drives to meet the demand for long-term storage. (Compatible with 4TB drives) Supports up to 16-ch playback.
Simultaneous Live and Playback multi-screen preview, support the specified channel instant playback, without affecting the other channel real time preview Parallel preview and playback
Hard disk management advantage Hard disk capacity is allocated to different channels according to user’s requirements Recording capacity limits can be set for each channel Hard disk quota
Hard disk management advantage Channels can be Grouped for Hard Disk Allocation User defines which channels are part of groups Hard disk group management
Hard Disk Status Support hard disk S.M.A.R.T test Support hard disk damage test (supported by 2013, 8107 reserved for now) Accurate response of working status, advance warning of potential problems to ensure storage safety and reliability Hard disk test
Maintenance management advantage network resource statistics DVR output bandwidth usage by remote playback and remote live view can be monitored by local menu with available bandwidth displayed.
Abundant log information, including time, type, host address, parameter type, channel number and event description, and up to 40 different metrics. Log storage time exceeds video storage which is helpful in researching device working status, alarm records, exceptions and analysis of information. Analytical Tools Log management