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ZXNVM S(N)9200(H)

Network Video Recorder


User Manual

Shenzhen ZNV Technology Co., Ltd.


4/F,W1-A,Bldg,Gaoxin S.1st Ave.,
Hi-Tech Industrial Park,
Nanshan District, Shenzhen,
P. R. China
518057
Tel: (86) 755-26771900
Fax: (86) 755 26520574
Website: www.znv.com
E-mail: znvservice@zte.com.cn
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Revision History

Date Revision No. Serial No. Reason for Revision


First Edition, applicable to
2012/6/25 R1.0 ZXNVM S9208H-DA-E and
ZXNVM S9216H-DA-E
Added sections introducing
2012/7/4 R1.1 video and audio intelligent
analysis.
Added information about
ZXNVM N9208-B-E, ZXNVM
2012/8/13 R1.3 SJ-20120816101832-001 N9216-B-E, and ZXNVM N9232-
B-E, and updates the manual
name.
Added description about picture
2013/6/8 R1.4 SJ-20120816101832-002
capturing.
Added device access
2013/7/3 R1.5 SJ-20120816101832-003
management
2014/12/22 R1.6 SJ-20120816101832-004 Access by ZNV ViewEye added
Contents

About This Manual......................................................................................... i


Purpose ...................................................................................................................i
Safety Signs .............................................................................................................i
Conventions ............................................................................................................ ii

Chapter 1......................................................................................................1

Product Overview.........................................................................................1
Introduction ................................................................................................. 1
Main Features............................................................................................... 1
Specifications ............................................................................................... 4
ZXNVM S9200H .......................................................................................................4
ZXNVM N9200 .........................................................................................................5
Networking Diagram ..................................................................................... 7
ZXNVM S9200H Networking Diagram .........................................................................7
ZXNVM N9200 Networking Diagram ...........................................................................7

Chapter 2......................................................................................................9

Product Structure .........................................................................................9


Description on Front Panel ............................................................................. 9
Description on Rear Panel ............................................................................ 11

Chapter 3....................................................................................................13

Installation .................................................................................................13
Installation Preparation ............................................................................... 13
Power and Grounding Requirements.........................................................................13
Installation Mode ...................................................................................................13
Tools, Instruments and Documents ..........................................................................14
Unpacking and Inspection .......................................................................................14
Installation Precautions ..........................................................................................14

Chapter 4....................................................................................................17

Access via GUI............................................................................................17


Starting Up ................................................................................................ 17
Login ......................................................................................................... 23
Locking the system................................................................................................ 24
Main Menu ............................................................................................................ 24

Description on Main Menu ............................................................................ 24


Viewing Video............................................................................................. 26
Video Parameter Adjustment .................................................................................. 26
Digital Zoom ......................................................................................................... 26
Screen Mode Switch............................................................................................... 27
Auto Switch .......................................................................................................... 27
Screen Switch ....................................................................................................... 27
PTZ Control .......................................................................................................... 28
Whole Day Playback .............................................................................................. 29
Manual Control ........................................................................................... 30
Playback .................................................................................................... 31
Video Playback ...................................................................................................... 31
Picture Playback .................................................................................................... 35
Hard Disk Management ............................................................................... 38
Managing Hard Disk............................................................................................... 38
Setting Hard Disk Group......................................................................................... 39
Setting Hard Disk to Read-Only............................................................................... 40
SMART Information................................................................................................ 40
Backup ...................................................................................................... 41
Video Backup ........................................................................................................ 41
Picture Backup ...................................................................................................... 43
Preview Configuration.................................................................................. 45
Parameter Configuration .............................................................................. 45
Record Settings..................................................................................................... 46
Alarm Parameter ................................................................................................... 49
Detection Parameter .............................................................................................. 53
Channel Parameter ................................................................................................ 58
Acquisition Parameter ............................................................................................ 61
Snapshot Parameter .............................................................................................. 62
Snapshot Upload ................................................................................................... 63
Device Access Management .................................................................................... 63
System Configuration .................................................................................. 68
Network Configuration ........................................................................................... 69
Serial Port Setup ................................................................................................... 73
I/O Configuration .................................................................................................. 75
Time Synchronization............................................................................................. 75
Device Name .........................................................................................................76
General Settings ....................................................................................................76
Maintenance............................................................................................... 77
Log Query .............................................................................................................78
User Management ..................................................................................................78
Self-diagnosis ........................................................................................................81
Device Upgrade .....................................................................................................82
Restore Factory Settings .........................................................................................84
Other ........................................................................................................ 84
Device Information.................................................................................................85
Turn Off Device .....................................................................................................86
Help .....................................................................................................................86

Chapter 5....................................................................................................87

Access via WEB ..........................................................................................87


Login ......................................................................................................... 87
Login Steps ...........................................................................................................87
Handling if Unable to Login .....................................................................................88

Configuration ............................................................................................. 89
IP Address Setting .................................................................................................89
PPPOE Dialup Setting .............................................................................................92
Logging into and Restarting the Device ....................................................................92
Showing Alarm Window ..........................................................................................93
Setting Access Server.............................................................................................94
Setting DDNS ........................................................................................................95
Setting Device ID...................................................................................................96
Setting Serial Parameter .........................................................................................96
Configuring I/O......................................................................................................98
PU State Information..............................................................................................98
Access Device Management ....................................................................................99
Operation ................................................................................................ 107
Viewing Video ...................................................................................................... 107
PTZ Control ......................................................................................................... 109
Video Query ........................................................................................................ 109
PTZ Linkage ........................................................................................................ 111
Encoding Parameter Settings................................................................................. 114
OSD Setting ........................................................................................................ 115
Masked Area Setting ............................................................................................ 116
Video Loss Detection Setting ................................................................................. 117
Blocking Detection Setting .................................................................................... 118
Motion Detection Setting ...................................................................................... 119
Storage Schedule ................................................................................................ 120
Holiday Configuration........................................................................................... 122
Snap Configuration .............................................................................................. 124
Snap Upload Configuration ................................................................................... 124
Snap Plan ........................................................................................................... 125
Search Picture..................................................................................................... 127
Video Intelligent Analysis ..................................................................................... 130
Video Analysis Library .......................................................................................... 143
Audio Intelligent Analysis ..................................................................................... 144
Alarm Application ................................................................................................ 145
System Management................................................................................. 148
Checking Device State ......................................................................................... 148
Storage Medium Management............................................................................... 151
Group Management ............................................................................................. 152
Time Synchronization........................................................................................... 153
User Management ............................................................................................... 154
Log Query........................................................................................................... 157
QR Code ............................................................................................................. 157
Device Upgrade ........................................................................................ 158

Chapter 6................................................................................................. 159

Access by ZNV ViewEye .......................................................................... 159


Downloading ZNV ViewEye ......................................................................... 159
Installing ZNV ViewEye .............................................................................. 159
Login to ZNV ViewEye ............................................................................... 160
Adding a Camera ...................................................................................... 162
Previewing Multi-Screen Videos .................................................................. 164
Deleting Cameras in Batches ................................................................................ 165
Querying Records Stored on the Access Unit .......................................................... 166
Querying Records Stored on the Phone .................................................................. 167
Setting ............................................................................................................... 167
Removing a Screen.............................................................................................. 169
Previewing Single-Screen Videos ................................................................ 169

Chapter 7................................................................................................. 171

Routine Maintenance............................................................................... 171


Maintenance Test ...................................................................................... 171
Preventive Maintenance ............................................................................. 171
Safety Protection ...................................................................................... 171
Appendix A .............................................................................................. 173

Packing, Transportation and Storage ..................................................... 173


Packaging ................................................................................................ 173
Transportation .......................................................................................... 173
Storage ................................................................................................... 173

Appendix B .............................................................................................. 175

Troubleshooting ...................................................................................... 175


FAQ ........................................................................................................ 175
Starting/Self-test/Dead Halt Related...................................................................... 175
Network Related.................................................................................................. 176
Screen display/Image View Related ...................................................................... 176
Video Recording/Playback Related ........................................................................ 177
Alarm/PTZ Control Related.................................................................................... 178

Appendix C .............................................................................................. 181

Access to ZXVNMS Platform.................................................................... 181


Creating Encoder and Camera on Management Client .............................................. 181
Writing ZXVNMS Information into ZXNVM S(N)9200(H)............................................ 183

Appendix D .............................................................................................. 187

Abbreviations .......................................................................................... 187


About This Manual

Purpose
The ZXNVM S(N)9200(H) Network Video Recorder (hereinafter referred to as ZXNVM
S(N)9200(H)) is a video surveillance product developed by ZNV. This manual
describes the main functions, structure, installation, use and operation, maintenance,
package, transportation, and storage of the ZXNVM S(N)9200(H).
This manual is applicable to ZXNVM S9208H-DA-E, ZXNVM S9216H-DA-E, ZXNVM
N9208-B-E, ZXNVM N9216-B-E, and ZXNVM N9232-B-E. ZXNVM N9208-B-E, ZXNVM
N9216-B-E, and ZXNVM N9232-B-E are network video surveillance products.
Before using this manual, please make sure the model is correct.

Safety Signs
T AB L E 1 S A F E T Y S I GN S

Safety Signs Meaning


Danger: Indicates an imminently hazardous situation, which if
not avoided, will result in death or serious injury. This signal
word should be limited to only extreme situations.

Warning: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which if


not avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
Caution: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which if not
avoided, could result in minor or moderate injury. It may also
be used to alert against unsafe practices.

Erosion: Beware of erosion.

Electric shock: There is a risk of electric shock.

Electrostatic: The device may be sensitive to static electricity.

Microwave: Beware of strong electromagnetic field.

Laser: Beware of strong laser beam.

No flammables: No flammables can be stored.

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No touching: Do not touch.

No smoking: Smoking is forbidden.

Conventions
Typographical ZNV documents employ the following typographical conventions.
Conventions
T AB L E 2 T YP O G R AP H I C AL C O N V E N T I ON S

Typeface Meaning
Italics References to other Manuals and documents.
Quotes Links on screens.
Bold Menus, menu options, function names, input
fields, radio button names, check boxes, drop-
down lists, dialog box names, window names.
CAPS Keys on the keyboard and buttons on screens
and company name.
Constant width Text that you type, program code, files and
directory names, and function names.
[] Optional parameters.
{} Mandatory parameters.
| Select one of the parameters that are delimited
by it.
Note: Provides additional information about a
certain topic.
Checkpoint: Indicates that a particular step needs
to be checked before proceeding further.
Tip: Indicates a suggestion or hint to make things
easier or more productive for the reader.

Mouse T AB L E 3 M OU S E O P E R AT I O N C ON V E N T I ON S
Operation
Conventions Typeface Meaning
Click Refers to clicking the primary mouse button (usually
the left mouse button) once.
Double-click Refers to quickly clicking the primary mouse button
(usually the left mouse button) twice.
Right-click Refers to clicking the secondary mouse button
(usually the right mouse button) once.
Drag Refers to pressing and holding a mouse button and
moving the mouse.

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Product Overview

This chapter introduces the models, main functions, specification and networking
diagram of ZXNVM S(N)9200(H).

Introduction
ZXNVM S(N)9200(H) is an embedded digital surveillance product designed for remote
video surveillance. It employs the latest technologies in IT field, such as, video and
audio compression & decompression, TCP/IP network, etc. In addition, its built-in
application code in FLASH definitely makes the device program run stable.
ZXNVM S(N)9200(H) can work with other network monitoring devices to build up a
powerful surveillance network, widely used in safety protection in fields like bank,
telecommunication, electric power, judicial organ, transportation, community, factory,
storage, resources, irrigation, and so on.

Main Features
ZXNVM S(N)9200(H) can either work alone as a Digital Video Recorder (DVR) or in a
group by accessing the ZXVNMS Video Network Management Platform to build up a
powerful surveillance network.
Video Performance
H.264 High Profile video compression standard, high compression ratio and smooth
and clear image.
ZXNVM S9208H-DA-E and ZXNVM S9216H-DA-E respectively supports up to 8
and 16 channels of D1 synchronous analog video and audio input.
Supports HDMI, VGA, and BNC synchronous output.
Supports switching of main menu between different external display devices,
which allows users to operate from menu on multiple monitor clients.
Supports real-time remote control by mobile phone which facilitates users to
perform real-time monitoring at any time and at any place.
PTZ control, remotely control pan and tilt, lens focus, and others.

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Dual stream design, main stream and sub stream can be configured
independently, applicable to various application environments, including fixed
network, mobile network, and others.
Custom flow control, dynamic real-time encoding of audio/video, saving
bandwidth and storage space.
Caption, name of location, date and time and other information can be displayed
on the video screen.
Supports digital zoom during video preview.
Audio Performance
G711 audio compression standard, flexible processing, clear and natural audio.
Live voice monitoring.
Two-way voice talk, convenient interactive communication between supervision
center and supervision site.
Voice broadcast, for delivering important message or information from
supervision center to site timely.
Remote volume adjustment for a clearer voice quality.
Network Video Access
ZXNVM S9208H-DA-E and ZXNVM S9216H-DA-E respectively supports up to 8
and 16 channels of 4CIF, or 4 and 8 channels of 720P, or 2 and 4 channels of
1080P real-time network video, and the maximum supported bandwidth is
40/80Mbps.
ZXNVM N9208-B-E, ZXNVM N9216-B-E, and ZXNVM N9232-B-E respectively
supports up to 8, 16, and 32 channels of 4CIF, or 4, 8, and 16 channels of 720P,
or 2, 4, and 8 channels of 1080P real-time network video, and the maximum
supported bandwidth is 20/40/80Mbps.
Supports connection to general and intelligent IP cameras (IPCs), network speed
dome cameras, network video servers, and network video recorders.
Supports plug-and-play IPC.
Supports automatic detection when IPC connected, for convenient in connecting
and managing IPC.
PTZ control, remotely control pan and tilt, lens focus, and others.
Supports access to IP encoders and other ONVIF devices.
Supports automatic reconnection when IP encoders are connected to ensure
stable connection.
Supports automatic detection when IP encoders are connected, for convenient in
connecting IP encoders.
HDD Management
Up to 8 SATA hard disks can be connected, and each disk with a maximum of 4TB
storage capacity.
S. M. A. R. T. technology.
HDD hibernation function.
HDD locking.
Hard disk group management.

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USB video backup.


HDD file system is compatible with Windows. Uses pre-allocating hard disk
management technology, and no disk fragments.
Recording/Capturing
Up to eight 3.5-inch SATA hard disks can be connected, and each disk with a
maximum of 4TB storage capacity.
Five recording trigger modes, including manual, timing, alarm, motion, and
intelligent analysis alarm.
Five capturing modes, including timing capturing, motion detection, DI alarm,
motion detection and DI, motion detection or DI, satisfy customers actual
storage requirement.
Different recording time periods with separate recording trigger modes can be set.
Cycle or non-cycle recording.
Supports remote download and playback of recording files via network while
recording in real time.
Video retrieval by channel No., video type, and start and end time.
Classified retrieval and playback of recorded video, including timing recording,
motion detection, alarm trigger, and intelligent alarm.
Classified retrieval and playing of capturing information, including timing
snapshot, motion detection, DI alarm, motion detection and DI, motion detection
or DI.
Video/audio recording parameters of each channel can be set separately.
Supports playback of up to 16 channels of video simultaneously.
Support fast forward by 1X, 2X, 4X, 8X, and 16X and slow play by 1/2X, 1/4X,
1/8X, and 1/16X.
Supports playback modes like pause, fast forward, slow forward, jump forward
30s, jump back 30s, and play reverse.
Video can be played by time, all day or by label, and can also be backed up.
Video recording by set-up holiday schedule.
Alarm & Exception
Various alarm types supported: alarms for video loss, video blocking, motion
detection, intelligent analysis alarm and others.
Various alarm response actions supported: DI alarm output, buzzer alarm, and
upload to center, etc.
Alarm schedule design, for configuring arming/disarming time.
Network
Dual stream design, main stream and sub stream can be configured
independently, applicable to various application environments, including fixed
network, mobile network, and others.
Supports parameter configuration of access devices, such as intelligent analysis
rule, motion area, encoding parameter, on-screen display (OSD) settings, and so
on.
Supports 10M/100M/1000M adaptive network interface.

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Automatic reconnection after off network.


NAT technology, suitable for various complex network environments.
Supports time synchronization via NTP to the server.
Supports network relay service and QOS.
Management
Built-in Web server, live preview and remote control can be achieved through the
browser.
Remote HDD formatting, batch upgrade (support from the software needed), and
reset, etc., convenient for users maintenance and management to the system.
Complete log function, including operation, alarm, information and exception logs.
Self-diagnosis, convenient for users in testing, checking and repairing the device
failure.
Control
Supports various types of decoders and dome cameras.
Preset position and default position.

Specifications
ZXNVM S(N)9200(H) includes ZXNVM S9200H and ZXNVM N9200.

ZXNVM S9200H
Specifications of ZXNVM S9200H are listed in Table 4.

T AB L E 4 ZX N VM S 92 00 H S P E C I F IC A T I ON S

Model ZXNVM S9208H/S9216H-DA-E

Analog video input 8/16 channels, BNC connector (level: 1.0Vp-p,


impedance: 75)
Network video 16/32 channels of DI, 8/16 channels of 720P, or
Audio/video input 4/8 channels of 1080P real-time network video
input
Hybrid video input 16/32 channels (network video + analog video)
Audio input 8/16 channels, BNC connector (level: 2.0Vp-p,
impedance: 1k)
HDMI output 1, maximum 1920x1080p/60Hz
VGA output 1, maximum 1920x1080p/60Hz
CVBS output 1 channel of composite audio output interface, BNC
Audio/video connector (level: 1.0Vp-p, impedance: 75),
output resolution: 704x576 for PAL format; 704x480 for
NTSC format
Audio output 1 channel of composite audio output interface, BNC
connector (level: 2Vp-p, impedance: 1K)

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Model ZXNVM S9208H/S9216H-DA-E

Video
Compression H.264
Standard
Video Resolution 4CIF, 2CIF, DCIF, CIF, QCIF, and QVGA
Video frame rate PAL: 1~25 fps, NTSC: 1~30 fps
Audio/video Video output bit
32Kbps~8192Kbps, continuous and adjustable
encoding rate
Audio
Compression G.711
Standard
Stream type Composite/video stream
Dual stream Support
Voice talk input 1, 3.5mm audio interface (level: 2Vp-p,
impedance: 1K)
Voice talk output 1 channel of composite audio output interface, BNC
connector (level: 2Vp-p, impedance: 1K)
Network interface 1, RJ45 10M/100M/1000M adaptive Ethernet
interface
External Communication 1, standard RS-485 serial interface;
interface interface 1, standard RS-232 serial interface.
USB interface 2, USB2.0
Alarm In 16
Alarm Out 4
8 SATA HDD interfaces, with maximum capacity 4T
HDD interface
each, and 1 eSATA HDD interface (optional)
Power supply AC 100-240V 10%50Hz
Power 45W (HDD excluded)
Operating Temperature: -10~60C, humidity: 10~90% (no
General
environment condensation)
Dimensions (mm) 88.8mm(L) 440mm(W) 453mm(H)
Weight 7.5kg (HDD excluded)

ZXNVM N9200
Specifications of ZXNVM N9200 are listed in Table 5.

T AB L E 5 ZX N VM N 92 0 0 S P E C I F IC A T I ON S

Model ZXNVM N9208/N9216/N9232-B-E

Audio/video Network video 8/16/32 channels of DI, 4/8/16 channels of 720P, or


input input 2/4/8 channels of 1080P real-time network video

Audio/video HDMI output 1, maximum 1920x1080p/60Hz


output VGA output 1, maximum 1920x1080p/60Hz

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CVBS output 1 channel of composite audio output interface, BNC


connector (level: 1.0Vp-p, impedance:
75) ,resolution: 704x576 for PAL format; 704x480
for NTSC format
Audio output 1 channel of composite audio output interface, BNC
connector (level: 2Vp-p, impedance: 1K)
Video
Compression H.264
Standard
Video Resolution 4CIF, 2CIF, DCIF, CIF, QCIF, and QVGA
Video frame rate PAL: 1~25 fps, NTSC: 1~30 fps
Audio/video Video output bit
32Kbps~8192Kbps, continuous and adjustable
encoding rate
Audio
Compression G.711
Standard
Stream type Composite/Video stream
Dual stream Support
Voice talk input
1, 3.5mm audio interface (level: 2Vp-p, impedance:
1K)

Voice talk output


1 channel of composite audio output interface, BNC
connector (level: 2Vp-p, impedance: 1K)

Network
External interface
1, RJ45 10M/100M/1000M adaptive Ethernet
interface interface

Communication 1, standard RS-485 serial interface;


interface 1, standard RS-232 serial interface.
USB interface 2, USB2.0
Alarm In 16
Alarm Out 4
8 SATA HDD interfaces, with maximum capacity 4T
HDD interface
each, and 1 eSATA HDD interface (optional)
Power supply AC 100-240V 10%50Hz
Power 45W (HDD excluded)
Operating Temperature: -10~60C, humidity: 10~90% (no
General environment condensation)
Dimensions
88.8mm(L) 440mm(W) 453mm(H)
(mm)
Weight 7.5kg (HDD excluded)

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Networking Diagram
ZXNVM S9200H Networking Diagram
Typical networking of ZXNVM S9200H when connecting to the ZXVNMS Video
Network Management Platform is as shown in Figure 1.

FIGURE 1 NETWORKING DIAGRAM OF ZXNVM S9200H IN ZXNVMS PLATFORM

Access Database Center Dispatch Video


Server Server Server Server Client

TV Wall

Multimedia
Switch Unit

Internet

Switch

ZXNVM S9200H

ZXNVM S8000

SD/HD IP IP Dome
HR IP Semi-Dome
Camera Camera
Camera
Analog
Camera Analog
Camera
MIC Sensor Analog
Alarm Horn Camera

ZXNVM N9200 Networking Diagram


Typical networking of ZXNVM N9200 when connecting to the ZXVNMS Video Network
Management Platform is as shown in Figure 2.

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FIGURE 2 NETWORKING DIAGRAM OF ZXNVM N9200 IN ZXNVMS PLATFORM

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Product Structure

This chapter introduces structure and front and rear panels of the ZXNVM
S(N)9200(H) series products.

Description on Front Panel


The front panel of ZXNVM S9208H-DA-E, ZXNVM S9216H-DA-E, ZXNVM N9208-B-E,
ZXNVM N9216-B-E, and ZXNVM N9232-B-E are the same, as shown in Figure 3. For
meanings of the indicators and keys, see Table 6.

F I G U R E 3 F R O N T P AN E L O F T H E ZX N VM S( N) 9 20 0( H)

T AB L E 6 M E A N IN GS O F T H E I N D I C AT O R S A N D K E Y S ON F R ON T P AN E L O F ZX N VM S( N) 9 20 0( H)

No. Symbol Description


1 IR receiver Receiver for IR remote control signal.

Indicates the status of channels 1-10:


The indicator flashing in red indicates that
the corresponding channel is in recording
2 mode, the indicator flashing in green
Channel status
(Channel indicators 0~9 indicates that the corresponding channel is
indicators) in transmission mode, and the indicator
flashing in orange indicates that the
corresponding channel is in recording and
transmission mode.
3 Inputting numbers and characters in Edit
Number/letter keys mode.
(Alphanumeric 0~9 and A~Z
keys)

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No. Symbol Description

Ready Blink in green in normal running status.

It turns on in green when network


Link
connection is functioning properly.
Tx/Rx indictor blinks in green when
4 Tx/Rx
network connection is functioning properly.
(Status
This indicator turns on when the IR
indicators) IR
instruction is receiving.
Alarm indicator blinks in red when a digital
Alarm
signal alarm is detected.
HDD indicator blinks in green when data is
HDD
being read from or written to HDD.
Menu Enter the main menu screen

ESC Return to the previous level.

(1) Enter edit mode;


EDIT/IRIS+ (2) Delete the character before the cursor;
(3) Control IRIS in PTZ control mode.

(1) Delete characters;


DEL/FOCUS+
(2) Adjust focus in PTZ control mode.

(1) Switch between input methods (upper


and lowercase alphabet, symbols, Chinese,
A/ZOOM+ and numeric input);
(2) Zoom the PTZ camera in when in the
PTZ Control mode.
5 Alt/F1 Switch current menu screen.
(Composite
Keys) Playback shortcut key, enter playback
PLAY/AUTO
screen directly.

Manual record shortcut key, enter manual


REC record screen directly to start/stop record
by manual.

(1) Enter the PTZ Control screen;


PTZ/IRIS-
(2) Control IRIS in PTZ Control mode.

(1) Switch between single screen and


PREV/FOCUS- multi-screen mode in preview mode;
(2) Adjust focus in PTZ Control mode.

(1) Snapshot pictures;


SNAPSHOT/ZOOM- (2) Zoom the camera out in PTZ Control
mode.
LIGHT/F2 Select all items in the menu.

Navigate between different fields and


Direction keys
items in menus in menu mode.
6
(Direction (1) Confirm selection in any of the menu
ENTER modes;
keys)
(2) Select check box fields and switch
between ON and OFF.

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No. Symbol Description


7 Turn the device on/off.
(Power Key)

Description on Rear Panel


ZXNVM S9208H-DA-E and ZXNVM S9216H-DA-E have the same interface marks on
the rear panel, with the only difference in number of video input channels. The rear
panel (taking ZXNVM S9216H-DA-E as example) is as shown in Figure 4, and Table 7
lists the meanings of the interfaces on rear panel.
Note:
A ZXNVM N9208-B-E, ZXNVM N9216-B-E, and ZXNVM N9232-B-E do not support
analog channel enable configuration, and not have the video input interface (VIN)
and audio input interface (AIN) on the rear panel as shown in Figure 4. Other
interfaces are the same as those for ZXNVM S9208H-DA-E and ZXNVM S9216H-DA-E.

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Physical
No. Description
Interface
Video input
Standard BNC connector for (analog) video input.
(VIN)
1
Audio input
Standard BNC connector for analog audio input.
(AIN)
Standard BNC connector for monitor.
If HDMI or VGA monitor is not connected when
Video output the device starts, used for local video signal
(VOUT) output and menu display functions.
2
If HDMI or VGA is connected, for video preview
only.
Audio output
Standard BNC connector for audio output.
(AOUT)
Connect audio source input device, used for voice
Voice input and talk.
3 output (MIC IN, It is required that audio input voltage Vp-p is no
LINE OUT) more than 2V, such as active microphone, sound
pickup, etc.

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Physical
No. Description
Interface
RS-232
4 Connects RS-232 device.
interface
Connects HDMI display device, used for local
video signal output and menu display (used for
5 HDMI interface
this function when HDMI device is detected when
ZXNVM S(N)9200(H) starts).
Connects VGA display device, used for displaying
local video signal and menu (If HDMI monitor is
not connected when the device starts, used for
6 VGA interface
local video signal output and menu display
functions; If HDMI is connected, for video preview
only).
Connects network equipments, such as, switch,
7 LAN interface
router, etc.
Connects USB devices, such as, mouse, U disk,
8 USB interface mobile HDD, CD writer, etc.; Hot plug is
supported.
eSATA interface
9 Connects eSATA HDD.
(optional)
RS-485 termination switch, Up position (default)
Termination
10 is not terminated, and Down position is
Switch (SW)
terminated.
RS422/485 Connects RS-485 device, like PTZ decoder; T+
interface and T- pin of RS485 interface connects to PTZ.

Keyboard D+ and D- pins connect to Ta and Tb pins of


interface (KB) controller keyboard.
11
Alarm input
Connects alarm input (up to 16 channels).
(DI)
Alarm output
Connects alarm output (up to 4 channels).
(DO)
Power output Provides one DC 12V power to outside, and max.
12
(+12V, +12V) output current is 0.75A.
13 Power input AC 100-240V voltage input.
14 Ground Grounding terminal of ZXNVM S(N)9200(H).

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Installation

This chapter describes installation of ZXNVM S(N)9200(H), including preparation and


installation.

Installation Preparation
Power and Grounding Requirements
Power Requirement:
100-240V AC.
Grounding requirement:
The chassis has a protection ground which should be connected with the earth.
The grounding resistance of the protection ground should be no more than 4
.

Installation Mode
ZXNVM S(N)9200(H) can be installed in two ways: on-desktop installation and in-
cabinet installation.

On-Desktop Installation

Simply place ZXNVM S(N)9200(H) on a desktop or supporting plate.

In-Cabinet Installation

Note:
Please place ZXNVM S(N)9200(H) at a place with enough ventilation. The air duct of
chassis is designed as left-in and right-out.

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To install ZXNVM S(N)9200(H) in cabinet, perform the following steps:


1. Make sure there is enough room for ZXNVM S(N)9200(H) in cabinet, at least 2U.
If space allowed, it is suggested to keep 1U space from upper and lower device
for good heat dissipation.
2. If the bottom space is not enough, remove the 4 pads on the bottom of the
chassis.
3. Push the chassis into the cabinet along the guide rail, and fix it with lugs at both
sides of the chassis and the screws on cabinet post. Now installation is completed.

Tools, Instruments and Documents


Make available necessary engineering documents and this User Manual. Before
installation, make available the following tools and instruments:
1. General tools
Fixing tools: cross screwdrivers M3~M6;
Fitter tools: sharp nose pliers, diagonal pliers, RJ45 crimp pliers;
2. General instrument: multimeter
3. Special tools: network cable tester

Unpacking and Inspection


ZXNVM S(N)9200(H) is a precision electronic device. Do not violently handle the
delivered device, and protect it from direct sunlight and rainwater. Special attention
should be give to the following aspects:
1. Before unpacking, check the delivered packages against the packing list, and
check whether the packages are intact.
2. Be careful in taking items during unpacking. Protect the surface coatings of the
items, and note the anti-static requirement of the boards.
3. After unpacking, immediately check whether accessories are complete in the
container against the packing list.
Caution:
To avoid electric charges on human bodies damaging sensitive components, before
contacting the equipment, the operator must wear anti-static wrist straps and
properly connect the wrist straps to the ground.

Installation Precautions
Please pay attention to the following items:
To ensure the stability of the system, wear an antistatic wrist strap and ground it
appropriately during installation.
Avoid dropping conductors on the boards lest short circuit should occur.
Ensure that the chassis is reliably earthed to avoid electrical shock.

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Before connecting ZXNVM S(N)9200(H) with other devices, please make sure that
the power supply is disconnected.
ZXNVM S(N)9200(H) is precision electronic equipment. Improper installation may
cause damage of parts. So installation should be done by professional technician.

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Access via GUI

This chapter describes operation and steps for accessing ZXNVM S(N)9200(H) via
GUI.

Starting Up
Perform the following setup steps via startup wizard before ZXNVM S(N)9200(H)
starts normal operation:
1. Select the following check box, as shown in Figure 5, to open the startup wizard
when ZXNVM S(N)9200(H) starts next time, or clear the following check box to
skip the startup wizard, which will not appear until you restore the default factory
settings.
If you have installed HDD, click Next.
If you have not installed HDD, youd better click Cancel to enter the preview
interface.

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F I G U R E 5 S T AR T U P W I Z A R D

2. Type the default administrator password 12345, and click Next, as shown in
Figure 6.

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3. If you want to change the password, click Set in the wizard, as shown in Figure 7,
and after changing the password, click OK in the dialog box, as shown in Figure 8,
to return to the wizard.
If you do not want to change the password, directly click Next in the wizard.

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4. Set the clock time of ZXNVM S(N)9200(H), as shown in Figure 9, and click Next.
The system uses perpetual calendar, so week will change with the change of date.

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5. Click Set in the wizard, as shown in Figure 10, to go to the hard disk initialization
dialog box, as shown in Figure 11.
Select the hard disk to initialize, as shown in Figure 11, click Format, and after
initialization, click Exit to return to the wizard, and then click Next.

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6. Click Set in the wizard, as shown in Figure 12, to search and set available IP
devices, as shown in Figure 13.
Select the device to add, as shown in Figure 13, click Quick Add, and after adding
devices, click Exit to return to the wizard, and then click Next.

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7. Click Set in the wizard, as shown in Figure 14, to configure record parameters.
For configuration, refer to section Record Settings.
After configuration, click Next.

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8. Set the Device ID to the one registered in the ZXVNMS Video Network
Management Platform, as shown in Figure 15, and after setting, click Exit to go
to the preview interface.

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Login
With system locked, press the Menu key on the remote control or the one on the
front panel to go to the login dialog box as shown in Figure 16. Enter the user name
and password and click OK to log in to the device. Default administrator user name is
admin and password is 12345.

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Locking the system


If you will not use the system for a period of time (The default time for system
automatically to lock itself is 10 minutes), the system will be locked when the
automatic lock time you set is arrived. With system locked, only login or switching
between screen display modes or channels can be performed.

Main Menu
After logging in, press the Menu key on front panel or Menu button on the remote
control to go to the Main Menu screen, as shown in Figure 17.

FIGUR E 17 M AIN MEN U

Description on Main Menu


Table 8 lists the functions of menu items on the main menu screen.

T AB L E 8 M E N U D E S C R IP T I O N

Submenu
Menu Item Description
Item

Manual Record Start or stop recording by manual.

Video
Search and play recorded video files.
Playback

Hard Disk Initialize hard disks and group them.

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Submenu
Menu Item Description
Item
Backup of recorded video file, U disk and
Video Backup
mobile HDD can be used for this purpose.
Preview
Configure preview mode and layout.
Configuration
Alarm Configure exceptions handling and
Parameter alarm linkage.
Configure encoding parameter and
Channel
OSD parameter.
Configure video loss, blocking, mask,
Detection
and motion detection.
Parameter
Record
Configure record schedule.
Parameter

Snapshot Upload snapshots to an FTP or HTTP


Upload server.
Access
Add, delete and modify channels.
Management
Configure IP address, Point-to-Point
Network Protocol over Ethernet (PPPoE) dialup,
host, and more.

Serial Port Configure serial port parameters.

I/O Configure alarm input/output


System
Settings parameters.
Configuration
Time Sync Set time synchronization.

Device
Set device name.
Name

General Configure format, resolution, etc.

Log Query Search logs in the system.

User
Manage users and configure
Manageme
permissions.
nt
Self-
Maintenance Self-diagnosis of the device.
Diagnosis

Upgrade Upgrade software.

Restore
Factory Restore default factory settings.
Settings
Device model, name, version
Device Info
information.
Other Shutdown Log off, shutdown, and restart.

Help Display help information.

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Viewing Video
Video Parameter Adjustment
Right-click the video preview screen and select Video Adjustment to open the
Video Adjustment window, as shown in Figure 18, on which you can adjust the
brightness, contrast, saturation, and hue of video.

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Digital Zoom
Right-click the video preview screen and select Digital Zoom to enter the Digital
Zoom screen, as shown in Figure 19, and drag the red box to a desired area. The
selected area will be magnified by 16 times.

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Screen Mode Switch


Right-click the video preview screen and select Screen Mode Switch, as shown in
Figure 20. There are Single Picture, 4/6/8/9/16 picture mode optional for the device
supporting at least 16 channels.

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Auto Switch
Right-click the video preview screen and select Auto Switch > Start, as shown in
Figure 21, to automatically switch between channels. Select Stop to stop it.

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Screen Switch
Right-click the video preview screen and select Screen Switch, as shown in Figure
22, to switch to screen of other display device. There are HDMI, VGA, and BNC
optional with priority from high to low. Except for the current screen, Screen 1 is the
one with higher priority of the other two, while Screen 2 is the one with lower

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priority. For example, if the current screen is VGA display screen, then Screen 1 is
HDMI screen, and Screen 2 is BNC screen.

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PTZ Control
Right-click the video preview screen and select PTZ Control to open the Pan/Tilt
Control window, as shown in Figure 23, on which you can control the pan/tilt with
the buttons as introduced in Table 9.

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Control the direction of PTZ

Adjust the speed of auto switch

Zoom in and out

Adjust the focus

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Adjust the iris +/-

Select the channel to be adjusted

Add new preset position

Turn to the selected preset

Delete preset

Whole Day Playback


Right-click the video preview screen and select Whole Day Playback to open the
Whole Day Playback window, as shown in Figure 24, on which you perform the Whole
Day Playback.

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You can control the playback process according to the playback toolbar as shown in
Figure 25.

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The detail description of the playback toolbar is as show in Table 10.

T AB L E 10 D E T A I L D E S C R IP T I O N OF P L A Y B AC K T O O L B AR

Button Description Button Description Button Description

Play reverse Pause Stop

Single frame Slow forward Fast forward

Jump back 30s Jump forward 30s Previous day

Next day Audio on/off Start/stop clipping

Hide toolbar Quit playback Progress bar

Note:
Playback Progress Bar: you can locate the playback position by clicking a certain
point of the progress bar or dragging the progress bar.

Manual Control
To do this, perform the following steps:
1. Click Menu > Manual Control to go to the Manual Control interface, which
includes Manual Record and Manual Snapshot, as shown in Figure 26 and
Figure 27.

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2. Select the channel(s) for recording or select All with the direction keys. Orange
indicates recording.
3. Click Exit to exit and return to main menu screen.

Note:
After manual control is started, the device will record all the time till it is turned off.

Playback
By this function, you can specify the query criteria and search the desired video and
picture.

Video Playback
Perform the following steps:
1. Click Menu > Video Playback to go to the Search Video interface, as shown in
Figure 28, Figure 29 and Figure 30. Video file can be searched by file playback,
channel playback and tag playback.

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2. Specify the query criteria, and click the Search button to display the search
result, as shown in Figure 31.

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3. Select the video file or tag file to play and click Play, as shown in Figure 33.

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The Playback Toolbar, as shown in Figure 34, can be used for controlling the process
of playback.

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The description of the buttons is as in Table 11.

T AB L E 11 D E S C R I P T I ON O F P L A Y B A C K T O OL B AR

Button Description Button Description Button Description


Play reverse Pause Stop
Single frame Slow forward Fast forward
Jump back Jump forward
Audio on/off
30s 30s
Start/stop Tag Add default
clipping management tag
Add custom
Progress bar Hide toolbar
tag
Quit
playback

Note:
Playback Progress Bar: you can locate the playback position by clicking a certain
point of the progress bar or dragging the progress bar.

Picture Playback
Perform the following steps:
1. Click Menu > Playback > Picture Playback to go to the Picture Playback
interface, as shown in Figure 35.

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2. Specify the query criteria, and click the Search button to display the search
result. You can select List or Thumb in View, as shown in Figure 36 and Figure
37.

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3. Select the picture file to play, and click Play to go to the playback interface, as
shown in Figure 38.

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You can control the playback process by the playback toolbar as shown in Figure
39.

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The description of of the buttons is as shown in Table 12.

T AB L E 12 D E S C R I P T I ON O F P L A Y B A C K T O OL B AR

Button Description Button Description Button Description


Play
Pause Previous
reverse
Next Hide toolbar Exit

Hard Disk Management


Storage medium information, including total and remaining capacity, status, and
formatting state can be viewed.

Managing Hard Disk


Click Menu > Hard Disk to go to the Disk Management screen, as shown in Figure
40, on which the information about hard disk interfaces connecting hard disks is
displayed.

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To format hard disk: Select the hard disk to be formatted and click the Format
button. The system will prompt you that the data in this disk will lose. If you are sure
to format it, click OK and start formatting, as shown in Figure 41.

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Setting Hard Disk Group


Through hard disk group management, videos from specified channels can be set to
be recorded onto a particular hard disk group.
To group hard disks, perform the following steps:
1. Click the Hard Disk Group tab, as shown in Figure 42.

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2. Select the channel(s) and hard disk(s) and add them into the same group. Then
the video recorded from this channel(s) will be written into the disk(s) in the
same group.

Setting Hard Disk to Read-Only


A hard disk can be set to read-only to avoid important recorded files from being
overwritten when the hard disk is full.
To set a hard disk to read-only, perform the following steps:
1. Click Menu > Hard Disk to go to the Disk Management interface, as shown in
Figure 43.

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2. Select the Read Only check box of the hard disk that you want to set to Read-
Only. Then the system will protect the data in this hard disk from being
overwritten.

SMART Information
Note:
Self-Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting Technology (SMART) is a monitoring system
for hard disk drives to detect and report anticipating failures after analyzing various
indicators of reliability. These indicators include running status of recording head,
disc, motor, and circuit, historical records and preset safe value.
Click the SMART Info tab to go to the SMART Information screen, as shown in
Figure 44.

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Backup
Through this function, the recorded video file can be backed up.

Video Backup
1. Click Menu > Backup to go to the U Disk Video Backup Search interface, as
shown in Figure 45. Select the video query condition and click Quick Backup to
search the matching backup files.

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2. After Quick Backup is clicked, the U disk backup result is displayed, as shown in
Figure 46. Select the files and click Go to Backup to start to back up files.

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3. After backup completed, the U disk information screen appears, as shown in


Figure 47.

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Picture Backup
1. Click Menu > Backup to go to the U Disk Picture Backup Search interface, as
shown in Figure 48. Select the picture query condition and click Quick Backup to
search the matching backup files.

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2. After Quick Backup is clicked, the U disk backup result is displayed, as shown in
Figure 49. Select the files and click Go to Backup to start to back up files.

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3. After backup completed, the U disk information interface is displayed, as shown


in Figure 51.

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Preview Configuration
Through this function, we can set the Output Window, Display Mode, Switch Time,
and Channel Sequence.
1. Click Menu > Preview Configuration to go to the Preview Configuration
screen, as shown in the figure below.

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2. To set sequence of channels, set Output Window and Display Mode first, and
then adjust the corresponding channels of the displayed screens.
3. Click Set to save the settings.

Parameter Configuration
This is to configure parameters on alarm, channel, detection, and record, as shown in
Figure 53.

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Record Settings
This is to define storage schedule for each video channel and specify record type and
storage type.

Storage Schedule

Perform the following steps:


1. Click Menu > Parameter > Record Settings > Storage Schedule to enter the
Storage Schedule screen, as shown in Figure 54.

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2. Select the video channel for recording and Enable Record check box to turn on
video recording.
3. Select Composite Stream (containing both video and audio streams) or Video
Stream in the Storage Type dropdown list box.
4. Specify the date and time range for recording. Up to 4 time periods can be set for
each day. All of the time periods cannot be overlapped.
5. There are three options in the Record Type dropdown list box: Timing record,
Motion Detection and Trigger by Alarm.
6. For all day recording, simply select the 24hrs Record check box and select a
date. Time period setting is not required any more.
7. Select Loop Record to record video circularly with new video replacing the old
one after disk full. This setting is for all channels.
8. If different settings for other channels or dates are required, you can select the
channels or dates to perform the same setting. If the settings for other channels
or dates are the same, you can copy the setting for this channel or date to those
channels or dates.

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Holiday Settings

After holiday schedule is started, the video of holiday schedule of that year is
configured. The video schedule is executed preferentially during holiday.
1. Click Menu > Parameter > Record Settings > Holiday Settings to go to the
Holiday Settings interface, as shown in Figure 55.

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2. Select the desired No. and click Edit to go to the Edit Holiday interface, as
shown in Figure 56.

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3. Type Holiday Name, select the Enable Holiday check box and select Type from
the dropdown list box. You can select By Date, By Week and By Month. Set
Start Date and End Date and click Set to finish the settings.

Snapshot Schedule

1. Click Menu > Parameter > Record Settings > Snapshot Schedule to go to
the Snapshot Schedule window, as shown in Figure 57.

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2. Select the video channel, and select the Enable Snap check box to start
snapshot for this channel.
3. Specify the date and time range. Up to 4 time periods can be set for each day. All
of the time periods cannot be overlapped.
4. There are four setting modes for picture capturing by time segments,
Timing Snapshot, Motion Detection, Motion and DI, and Motion or DI.
5. For all day snapshot, simply select the 24hrs Snap check box. Time period
setting is not required any more.
6. Select the Loop Snap (for all channels) check box, the earlier captured
pictures will be replaced by the latest one after the disk is full. This setting is for
all channels.
7. If different settings for other channels or dates are required, you can select the
channels or dates to perform the same setting. If the settings for other channels
or dates are the same, you can copy the setting for this channel or date to those
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Alarm Parameter
Alarm parameters contain Basic Parameter, Linkage Parameter, Audio Alarm,
and PTZ Linkage parameters. With alarm parameter adjusting, you can monitor and
output alarm as users requirements for each video channel.

Basic Parameter

Here you can set parameters including hard disk threshold, hard disk error alarm, DI
alarm prerecord duration, DO output arming duration, etc. When hard disk error or
beyond threshold occurs, alarm will be outputted as per the mode you set, as shown
in the figure below.

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DI Linkage Parameter

In this part you can set the state of DI when an alarm occurs, DI and recording
linkage, DI and DO linkage, arming schedule, as shown in Figure 59.

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1. Select the Enable Linkage check box, select DO(s) to be linked, select a state
and the channel(s) which will record video when an alarm occurs, and specify the
schedule.
2. Click Set to save the settings.

Audio Alarm

This is mainly to set the mode of handling audio alarm to exceptional events which
include blocking alarm, motion detection, video loss, hard disk error, hard disk full,
DI alarm and record error. The interface for sound alarm setting is as shown in
Figure 60.

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Perform the following steps in setting Sound Alarm:


1. Select the Enable check box at the options or channels that you want to select
for sound alarm.
2. Click Set to save the settings. A sound alarm will be heard when exception alarm
occurs.

PTZ Linkage

PTZ linkage means that, when alarm is generated due to exceptional events, the PTZ
will be linked to turn to the corresponding preset point. The interface for setting PTZ
Linkage is as shown in Figure 61.

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Perform the following steps in setting PTZ Linkage:


1. Select the Enable check box at the options or channels that you want to link to
preset point, and set linked PTZ ID and the preset point that the PTZ need to turn
to.
2. Click Set to save the settings. The corresponding PTZ will turn to the set preset
point when an alarm occurs.

Snapshot Linkage

Snapshot linkage refers to capturing pictures for channels which are linked to
snapshot. The setting interface is as shown in Figure 62.

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1. Select the alarm time of Presnapshot Alarm Time (s) and Postsnapshot
Amount.
2. Click Set to save the settings.

Detection Parameter
Detection parameters include those for video loss, masked area, blocking detection,
and motion detection. With these parameters configured, an alarm will be generated
when any of these criteria is exceeded during monitoring.

Video Loss

This setup is to detect video loss which is caused by video cable or camera failure,
and trigger a DO action. To set up video loss:
1. Click Menu > Parameter > Detection > Video Loss to enter the Video Loss
menu, as shown in Figure 63.

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2. Select a channel and the Enable detection check box, specify the arming time,
and enable DO linkage if necessary.
3. Click Set to complete the setting.

Masked Area

This is to set an area to mask off sensitive or private areas in the field of view of a
camera.
1. Click Menu > Parameter > Detection > Masked Area to enter the Masked
Area menu, as shown in Figure 64.

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2. Click Set Area to enter the Masked Area Setting screen, as shown in Figure 65.

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Note:
Four masked areas can be set up. If the masked areas for the other three channels
are different from that for this channel, you can select those three channels to
perform the same setting. If the masked areas of the four channels are the same,
you can copy the setting to the other three channels or all channels.

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Blocking Detection

This is to set an area. When the camera turns to this area and this area is blocked,
DO alarm will be triggered.
Perform the following steps:
1. Click Menu > Parameter > Detection > Blocking Detection to enter the
Blocking Detection screen, as shown Figure 66.

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2. Select a Sensitivity Level, including Turn off, Low, Medium, and High. When
Turn off is selected, no blocking detection will be turned on in the current
channel. Then set arming schedule. You can enable DO linkage if necessary.
3. Click Set Area to enter the area setting screen, as shown in Figure 67.

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Note:
Only one blocking detection area can be set. It can be set to full screen.

Motion Detection

This is to set motion detection area. When motion occurs in this area, DO alarm will
be triggered and the camera will record or capture pictures.
1. Click Menu > Parameter > Detection > Motion Detection to enter the
Motion Detection screen, as shown in Figure 68.

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2. Select a Sensitivity level, including Turn off and 0~5 optional. When Turn off
is selected, no motion detection is turned on. Then set arming schedule. You can
enable video record or DO linkage if necessary.
3. Click Set Area to enter the area setting screen, as shown in Figure 69.

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Note:
Motion detection can be set to full screen.

Channel Parameter
Through this function, encoding parameter, OSD parameter, acquisition parameter
and snapshot parameter of video channels can be configured to satisfy your
requirements to picture quality and encoding and display the name of video channel
and recording date on the screen as per your requirements.

Encoding Parameters

Click Menu > Parameter > Channel Parameter> Encoding Parameter to go to


the Encoding Parameter configuration screen, as shown in Figure 70.

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1. Video Channel
Select the channel that you want to set encoding parameters to.
2. Video Adjustment
Brightness, contrast, saturation, and hue can be adjusted, as shown in Figure 71.

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3. Frame Rate
Set the frame rate of the channel, 1-25 optional for PAL, and 1-30 optional for
NTSC.
4. Stream Type
Set the stream type of the channel, with main stream and sub stream optional.
5. Resolution
Set resolution of the channel, with 4CIF, 2CIF, DCIF, CIF, QCIF, and QVGA
optional.

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6. Max Bit Rate


Select or specify maximum bit rate for recordings, 32Kbps~8192Kbps optional.
The Max bit rate affects the screen effect directly.
7. Image Quality
Select the image quality. There are Excellent, Fine, Good, Ordinary, Bad, and
Very bad from high to low.
8. Encoding Mode
Set encoding mode, including CBR and VBR optional.
9. I Frame Interval
Select or specify I frame interval of the channel, with 500 Max.
10. Copy To
After completing the encoding parameter setting of a channel, click here to copy
the settings to other or all channels, select the destination channel, and click
Copy.

OSD Parameter

OSD includes up to 4 custom OSD texts, including week, date, time, and channel
name. To configure OSD settings, perform the following steps:
1. Click Menu > Parameter > Channel Parameter > OSD Parameter to enter
the OSD Parameter interface, as shown in Figure 72.

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Note:
OSD includes the settings of four additional areas: channel name, week, date and
time.
2. To change the location of OSD, type the coordinates or click Set Coordinate to
enter the OSD Coordinate Setting window, drag the red box to your desired
location, as shown in Figure 73.

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Acquisition Parameter
This is to set the CVBS acquisition format, with PAL and NTSC optional, as shown in
Figure 74.

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Snapshot Parameter
Click Menu > Parameter > Channel Parameter> Snapshot Parameter to enter
the Snapshot Parameter interface, as shown in Figure 75.

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1. Video Channel
Select the desired channel No., and select the snapshot type and interval (with 1-
10 optional).
2. Upload
Select the snapshot type under Upload.
3. Interval (s)
Select the interval under Interval (s), with 1-10 optional.
4. Count
You can select the number of capturing picture under Manual Snapshot and
Event Snapshot, with 1-10 and Try Best (i.e. capture pictures as much as
possible) can be selected.
5. Resolution
Set the channel resolution, with 4CIF, 2CIF, DCIF, and CIF optional.
6. Copy to
With the properties of one channel are set, you can copy the configured
parameters to other channels. Select the targeted channel from the Copy to
drop-down list box and click Copy.

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Snapshot Upload
This is to configure the server URL address, username and password, and upload
pictures to the FTP or HTTP server, as shown in Figure 76.

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Device Access Management


Device access management includes the settings of Access Configuration and
Analog Channel. You can add, delete and modify the channel during monitoring by
setting these channel conditions.

Access Configuration

1. Click Menu > Parameter > Device Access Management > Access
Configuration to enter the Access Configuration screen, as shown in Figure
77.

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2. Click Search and select the search condition from the drop-down list box, where
you can select ZNV protocol device, Onvif protocol device and all devices. Then
the system starts searching, as shown in Figure 78 and Figure 79.

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3. Select the device to add in the Device IP column, and click Quick Add. Then a
message for confirming the operation pops up, as shown in Figure 80. Click OK.
Then a message indicating successful operation appears. Just click OK to
complete the operation.

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4. Click Refresh to display the newly-added IP channels and their connecting


conditions.

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5. Click Add and select the filtering condition from the drop-down list, where you
can select ZNV protocol device, Onvif protocol device. Then the system goes to
the Add Device screen, as shown in Figure 81.

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6. Select the device to delete in the Device IP column, and click Delete. Then a
message for confirming the operation pops up, as shown in Figure 82. Click OK.
Then a message indicating deleting appears. Just click OK to complete the
operation.

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7. Select the device to modify in the Device IP column, and click Modify. Then a
dialog box for modifying IP channel pops up, as shown in Figure 83.

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Analog Channel

Note:
The models of ZXNVM N9208-B-E, ZXNVM N9216-B-E, and ZXNVM N9232-B-E do not
support analog channel enabling configuration.
ZXNVM S9208H-DA-E and ZXNVM S9216H-DA-E support analog channel enable
configuration.
Select the channel(s) you want to enable. The selected channels will become analog
channels and the unselected channels are network ones by default. Up to 16
channels can be selected. By default, all 16 channels are selected to be analog
channels, as shown in Figure 84.

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System Configuration
System configuration includes these options: network, serial port, I/O settings, time
sync, device name, and general, as shown in Figure 85.

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Network Configuration
Network configuration must be done before ZXNVM S(N)9200(H) starts normal
network surveillance. After network parameters setting finished, the device needs to
be restarted before parameters take into effect.

IP Address Settings

IP address must be unique and cannot conflict with that of any other machine or
workstation in the same network segment.
Perform the following steps:
1. Click Menu > System Configuration > Network> IP Address Settings to
enter the IP Address Settings screen, as shown in Figure 86.

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2. Type network information of the device, including IP address, subnet mask, etc.
3. Click Set to save the settings.

PPPOE Dialup
Dialup settings are for WAN connection: connects into WAN directly by dialing ADSL.
Before using this function, you must select the Enable PPPOE check box first.
Perform the following steps:
1. Click Menu > System Configuration > Network> PPPoE Dialup to enter the
PPPoE Dialup screen, as shown in Figure 87.

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User Name: ADSL account name.


Password: ADSL password.
Confirm Password: enter ADSL password again to confirm.
IP Address: The system will display the IP address in public network here
after dialup succeeded.
2. Click Set to save the settings.

Access Server IP

This is to set the connection information between the peripheral unit (PU) and access
server. If alarm issue or exception occurs in ZXNVM S(N)9200(H), the signal will be
sent to the remote alarm host.
Perform the following steps to set this connection information.
1. Click Menu > System Configuration > Network> Access Server IP to enter
the Access Server IP screen, as shown in Figure 88.

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Registered Host: IP of access server.


Registered Port: port number of access server.
2. Click Set to save the settings.

QoS

QoS (Quality of Service) is a safety mechanism for solving problems such as network
delay and congestion.
When the network is overloaded or congested, QoS can ensure that import traffic will
not be delayed or lost. Meanwhile, the network is guaranteed to run efficiently, and
the greater the value, the higher the priority level is.

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Serial Port Setup


Click Menu > System Configuration > Serial Port to enter the Serial Port Setup
screen. There are two serial ports at the rear panel of ZXNVM S(N)9200(H) series of
devices. They are RS232 and RS485.
1. RS232 Serial Port Setup
On the Serial Port Setup screen, select 1 in Serial No. to go to the RS232 serial
port setup screen on which RS232 serial port parameters are displayed, as shown
in Figure 90.

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2. RS485 Serial Port Setup


On the Serial Port Setup screen, select 2 in Serial No. to go to the RS485
serial port setup screen on which RS485 serial port parameters are displayed, as
shown in Figure 91.

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Channel No.: Select a channel for PTZ control. With RS485 serial parameter
of a selected channel configured, only this channel can be controlled with PTZ.

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Baud Rate: Set the baud rate when communicating between serial port and
peripheral equipment. For external PTZ and controller keyboard, the baud
rate set here must be the same as that set on the device itself.
Data Bit, Parity, and Stop Bit: Set according to the protocol code of PTZ.
Generally, the data bit of PTZ is 8, No parity, and stop bit is 1.
PTZ Address: Set the address of PTZ, which should be the same as the
actual address of PTZ.
PTZ Protocol: Select control protocol of external PTZ, which should be the
same as the actual protocol of PTZ. Both RS232 and RS485 support full
duplex. When PTZ and controller keyboard connect to the same port, the
baud rate of them should be the same.

Note:
The protocol, baud rate, and PTZ address of dome camera should be set as the same
with the settings on the dome camera.

I/O Configuration
The I/O configuration screen displays the DI port state and DO output delay. You can
do manual test to DO output control, as shown in Figure 92.

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Time Synchronization
This is to set the clock time of ZXNVM S(N)9200(H).

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Click Menu > System Configuration > Time Sync to enter the Time Sync screen,
as shown in Figure 93. The system uses perpetual calendar, so week will change with
the change of date. Click Set to save the settings.

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Device Name
This is to set the name and ID of this PU device.
Click Menu > System Configuration > Device Name to enter the Device Name
screen, set the device ID to the one registered in the ZXVNMS Video Network
Management Platform, as shown in Figure 94.

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General Settings
This is to set the language used in PU, CVBS output mode, HDMI resolution, VGA
resolution, and Bound ID for remote.

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Click Menu > System Configuration > General to enter the General Settings
screen, as shown in Figure 95.
Specifying a bound remote ID can have the PU controlled by the specified remote.

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Maintenance
Maintenance management tool is used to maintain and manage ZXNVM S(N)9200(H).
It provides several functions including log query, user management, upgrading, self-
diagnosis, and restoring factory settings, as shown in Figure 96.

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Log Query
This is to query operation/alarm/error log information by file type or by time range.
1. Click Menu > Maintenance > Log Query to enter the Log Query screen, as
shown in Figure 97.

FIGUR E 97 LOG QU ER Y

2. Specify the query criteria and click Search to display the results in the list.

User Management
This is to add, modify and/or delete user and set authority for users as well as
change the password.
1. After logging on, click System Configuration > Maintenance > User
Management to go to the User Management screen, as shown in Figure 98.

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2. To add a user, click Add to open the User Info dialog box, as shown in Figure 99.

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3. To change the password, select the user to be changed with password on the
User Management screen, click Modify to enter the Change Password screen,
as shown in Figure 100.

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4. To delete a user, on the User Management screen, move the cursor to highlight
the user that you want to delete, click Delete to delete the user and click OK to
confirm. This is available for admin only.
5. To assign user authority, on the User Management screen, select the user to
which you want to assign authority, select the items to be assigned to the
selected user in the right Authority list, click Set to save the settings, as shown
in Figure 101. This is available for admin only.

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Self-diagnosis
Note:
If any unsolvable problem occurs, you can feedback the self-diagnosis information to
manufacturer for problem tracking.
The system diagnoses the communication link, surveillance service, and control &
management information of ZXNVM S(N)9200(H) automatically which is helpful in
maintenance of the device.
1. Click Menu > Maintenance > Self-Diagnosis to enter the Self-Diagnosis
screen, as shown in Figure 102.

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2. Click Start Self-Diagnosis to start it. If it is started successfully, a pop-up


message will appear. Click Search to check the self-diagnosis result, as shown in
Figure 103.

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Device Upgrade
This is to upgrade key software via USB interface. To do this, perform the following
steps:
1. Insert USB disk.
2. After the USB device is recognized, click Menu > Maintenance > Device
Upgrade to enter the Device Upgrade screen, as shown in Figure 104. Select
the USB disk and partition.

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3. Select the file to be upgraded, click Upgrade. Then the system will prompt you
whether to upgrade, as shown in Figure 105.

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4. Click OK to start upgrading. After upgrade complete, the device will restart
automatically. The upgrading screen is as shown in Figure 106.

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Restore Factory Settings


This is to restore all parameters, except IP, port and system time which will not
change, to the default factory settings.
Click Menu > Maintenance > Restore Factory Settings to enter the Restore
Factory Settings screen and click OK. Then the device restores to factory settings
and restarts automatically, as shown in Figure 107.

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Other
There are Device Info, Turn Off Device, and Help options on the Other Screen, as
shown in Figure 108.

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Device Information
The Device Info screen displays the channel count, DI/DO count, hard disk number,
software version, device model, GUI version, and current user information. Click Exit
to return to the previous level.
The Device Info screen is as shown in Figure 109.

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Turn Off Device


On the Turn Off Device screen, you can restart or shut down the device, or log out
from the system, as shown in Figure 110

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Help
The Help screen displays the instruction to main keys of the device. Click Exit to
return to previous level.
The Help screen is as shown in Figure 111.

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Access via WEB

This chapter describes how to set up and operate ZXNVM S(N)9200(H), including
configuration and access, configuring IE, and remote equipment upgrade.

Login
Login Steps
1. Type http: //IP address of ZXNVM S/N8800-series (default IP address is
192.168.1.2.) in the Internet Explorer address field to go to the login interface.
For initial login, you will be prompted to install ActiveX, as shown in Figure 112.

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2. Click Install to install the control.


3. Reopen the Internet Explorer, type the IP address to go to the Network Video
Surveillance System, as shown in Figure 113. Type the user name and password
(default user name, password, and service port are admin, 12345, 10086
respectively) to access.

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Handling if Unable to Login


If you are unable to log in to the device normally, perform the following steps:
1. Click Start > Settings > Control Panel, double-click Internet Options, click
the Security tab, as shown in Figure 114. Click the Custom Level button.

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3. Select Medium in the Reset to field, set the items under ActiveX Control and
Plug-ins as Enable or Prompt, as shown in Figure 115. Click OK to save.

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Configuration
Before using ZXNVM S(N)9200(H), the administrator needs to configure the network
parameter and device ID correctly.

IP Address Setting
There are two methods to set the IP address and port number of ZXNVM S(N)9200(H)
in LAN.

Setting in WEB Way

Log in to ZXNVM S(N)9200(H), click Config > Network Parameter > IP/Port to
go to the IP/Port Settings window. Enter the correct IP address, subnet mask,
gateway, DNS, control port, SIP port, etc, as shown in Figure 116. Set the IP address
of the device to 192.168.10.22.

Note:
After IP address and port are set, you need to restart the device to make the settings
effective.

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Setting in Telnet Way

To set IP information of ZXNVM S(N)9200(H) by using Telnet, perform the following


steps:
1. Click Start > Run at the bottom left of your computer to open the Run window,
as shown in Figure 117. Enter cmd in the Open field, and click OK to confirm.

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2. Enter telnet plus IP address of the device, as shown in Figure 118.

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3. Log in to the device as a debugger with an empty password and press ENTER, as
shown in Figure 119. Enter ? to view the help information, as shown in Figure
120.

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4. Type set IP to set the IP address of the device.


By using setCSG, setGateway, and setPUID, you can also set server parameters,
gateway, and encoder ID.

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PPPOE Dialup Setting


Please make sure that ADSL network is normal before setting PPPOE.
Click Config > Network Parameter > PPPOE Dialup to go to the PPPOE Dialup
setting window, as shown in Figure 121. Select the Start PPPOE check box, enter
the ADSL user name and password, and click the Save button to save the settings.

Note:
After PPPOE dialup parameters are set, you need to restart the device and change
the network in LAN to ADSL to make the settings effective.

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Logging into and Restarting the Device


Right-click the device in the left Device List, click Log in to log in to the device, and
click Restart to restart the device, as shown in Figure 122.

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Showing Alarm Window


Right-click a device in the Device List, select Show Alarm Window to display the
alarm icon, as shown in Figure 123, and double-click the alarm icon. Then an alarm
list pops up, as shown in Figure 124.

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Setting Access Server


Click Config > Network Parameter > Access Server to go to Access Server IP
Setting window, as shown in Figure 125. The IP address and port are those of the
access server. Enter Registered Host and Registered Port. Other parameters are
generated automatically.

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Setting DDNS
If ZXNVM S(N)9200(H) connects the public network by PPPoE, the Dynamic Domain
Name System (DDNS) will effectively solve problems caused by dynamic IP when you
access ZXNVM S(N)9200(H) with a domain name.
Click Config > Network Parameter > DDNS to go to the DDNS window, as shown
in Figure 126, and select the Start DDNS check box.
If DDNS Type is Peanuthull, as shown in Figure 126, enter User Name and
Password, which are applied for at the Peanuthull website, and click Save to
make the settings effective. Then you can access the device with its domain
name.

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If DDNS Type is DYNDNS, as shown in Figure 127, enter Server Address, such
as members.dyndns.org, Equipment Domain, which is applied for at the
DYNDNS website, User Name, and Password, and click Save to make the
settings effective. Then you can access the device with its domain name.

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Setting Device ID
1. Click Config > Basic Parameter > Basic Information to go to the Basic
Information Setting window, as shown in Figure 128.
2. Obtain the DevName and DevID from the ZXNVMS Video Surveillance Network
Management Platform and type them here.

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Setting Serial Parameter


This is to set serial parameters to make sure normal serial communication.
Click Config > Basic Parameter > Serial Port to go to the Serial Port window.

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Serial No. 1 is for RS232 communication, and serial No. 2 is for RS485 PTZ control.
1. Serial No. 1
As shown in Figure 129, use default parameters for serial No. 1: baud rate
115200, no flow control, no parity, data bit 8, and stop bit 1, and click Save to
save.

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2. Serial No. 2
As shown in Figure 130, set baud rate, PTZ protocol and PTZ address for serial No.
2 as per the parameters of dome camera or PTZ, and other items to defaults.

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Note:
When PTZ Protocol is selected as PELCO-D, PTZ Address should be the actual DIP
address value plus 1.

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Configuring I/O
This is to query DI port state, set DO output delay, and test normal DO output.
1. Click Config > Basic Parameter > I/O Parameter to go to the I/O
Parameter window, as shown in Figure 131.
2. DO Output Delay: select the DO that you want to set delay, and select a delay.
3. DO Output Control Test: change the status of DO and click the Test button to
check the status of DO to determine if the DO output is normal.
4. Click Save to save the settings.

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PU State Information
This is to query state information about alarm output and input and video channels.
You can refresh the state information by clicking Refresh, as shown in Figure 132.

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Access Device Management


Access Configuration

Click Config > Device Access Management > Access Configuration to go to the
Access Configuration window, as shown in Figure 133.

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To add access devices manually, perform any of the following steps:


Right-click the Access Configuration window and select Add > WT Device
to go to the Device Information window, as shown in Figure 134. Enter
access device information and click OK to save. Now the newly added device
information will appear in the access configuration list.
When ZXNVM S(N)9200(H) does not have enough remaining logical channels,
you will be prompted with adding failed.

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Right-click the Access Configuration window and select Add > Onvif
Device to go to the Onvif Device window, as shown in Figure 135. Enter
access device information and click OK to save. Now the newly added device
information will appear in the access configuration list.
When ZXNVM S(N)9200(H) does not have enough remaining logical channels,
you will be prompted with adding failed.

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Right-click the Access Configuration window and select Add > Arecont
Device to go to the Device Information window, as shown in Figure 136.
Enter access device information and click OK to save. Now the newly added
device information will appear in the access configuration list.

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To auto scan and add access devices, perform any of the following steps:

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Right-click the Access Configuration window and select Auto Scan > WT
Device to scan the access devices, as shown in Figure 137. The scan result is
displayed in Figure 138. Select the device(s) to be added and click Add to
complete. More than one device can be added once in Auto Scan operation.

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Right-click the Access Configuration window and select Auto Scan > Onvif
Device to scan the access devices, as shown in Figure 139. The scan result is
displayed in Figure 140. Select the device(s) to be added and click Add to
complete. More than one device can be added once in Auto Scan operation.

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Right-click the Access Configuration window and select Auto Scan > All
Devices to scan the access devices, as shown in Figure 141. The scan result
is displayed in Figure 142. Select the device(s) to be added and click Add to
complete. More than one device can be added once in Auto Scan operation.

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Note:
If the logical channel remained in ZXNVM S(N)9200(H) before auto scanning is 0,
you will be prompted that upper limit of channels has reached and unable to continue
with adding. If there are remaining logical channels but the total number of selected
devices channels is more than the logical ones of ZXNVM S(N)9200(H). Then the
selected devices from the scan result list will be added by sequence.
3. To check access device information, perform any of the following steps:
Right-click the WT device that you want to check for its information and select
View to open the Device Information window, as shown in Figure 143.
What is displayed in the Channel Mapping list is the relationship between
physical channel and logical channel.

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Right-click the Onvif device that you want to check for its information and
select View to open the Device Information window, as shown in Figure
144. What is displayed in the Channel Mapping list is the relationship
between physical channel and logical channel.

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To change device information, perform any of the following steps:


Right-click the WT device that you want to change its information and select
Modify to open the Device Information window, as shown in Figure 145, on
which relevant information of the device can be changed.

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Right-click the Onvif device that you want to change its information and select
Modify to open the Onvif Device window, as shown in Figure 146, on which
relevant information of the device can be changed. Click Obtain to obtain the
stream type, as shown in Figure 147, where you can select the stream for the
device.

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To delete access device(s), perform any of the following steps:


Right-click the device that you want to delete and select Delete, a delete
confirmation window will appear, as shown in Figure 148. Click OK to delete
the device.
To delete all devices, right-click and click Delete All.

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Analog Channel Enable Configuration

Note:
ZXNVM N9208-B-E, ZXNVM N9216-B-E, and ZXNVM N9232-B-E do not support
analog channel enable configuration.
ZXNVM S9208H-DA-E and ZXNVM S9216H-DA-E supports support analog channel
enable configuration.
Select the channel(s) you want to change to analog channel and the unselected
channel are network ones by default. Up to 16 channels can be selected. By default,
all 16 channels are selected to be analog channels, as shown in Figure 149.

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Operation
This section is mainly for routine operations by an operator. Please log in to the
device before performing some common functions configuration.

Viewing Video
Double-click your desired camera to view the video. Take ZXNVM S9216-DA-E as an
example, as shown in Figure 150. Right-click the video screen and select Start

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Recording to start recording. Click the split-screen buttons at the bottom of the
video playback window to change number of screen windows.

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The view picture control tool is as shown in Figure 151.

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Note:
The picture control operations work on the current playing video window only.

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PTZ Control
The PTZ control tool is as shown in Figure 152.

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Video Query
This is to query the already recorded video files and play and download them.
Before querying video files, please make sure that there is any video already
recorded. For storage strategy, refer to Storage Schedule.
To query video files, perform the following steps:
1. Click Playback to switch to the Video Playback window, as shown in Figure 153.

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2. Select the time and file type to be searched in the right pane, click the Search
button. The searched results are listed in a pop-up screen, as shown in Figure
154.

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3. Double-click the file that you want to play in the list, as shown in Figure 155.
Click the quick launch buttons at the bottom of the window to play, pause, stop,
fast reverse, or fast forward the video file.

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4. As shown in Figure 156, right-click your desired video file in the right list and click
Download File, specify the path to save the file, and start downloading.

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PTZ Linkage
This is to set the positions that you are concerned about as the preset points. With
preset positions set, you can turn the camera to these points quickly.
1. Log in to the device, click Video Preview, double-click the camera that you want
to view in the left pane, as shown in Figure 157, and turn the camera to the
position that you want to set as preset position.

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2. Click the at the bottom right corner of the window to add a preset position.
Click the Save button to save, as shown Figure 158.

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3. The preset positions are listed in the Preset list at the bottom right corner of the
window, as shown in Figure 159, and select a proper preset, click to turn the
camera to the preset position.

4. Select a preset, click to delete it.

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5. Click Config > Alarm Parameter > PZT Linkage to go to the PZT Linkage
setting window, as shown in Figure 160. Click Read to view the current PTZ
configuration. Select the alarm type(s) to link, linked channel(s) and preset
position(s).

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6. Click Save to save the settings.

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Encoding Parameter Settings


This is to set the encoding parameters of each video channel according to the
network environment, to get the best video effect.
Perform the following steps:
1. Click Config > Channel Parameter > Encoding Parameter to go to the
Encode Parameter Setting window, as shown in Figure 161.
2. Click Read to display the current parameters.
3. Specify Video Channel and set Stream Type of this channel.
4. Click Save to save the settings.
Note:
After setting or canceling a standard stream, you need to restart the device to make
the settings effective.

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OSD Setting
You can select whether to display the channel name and time on the video screen. In
addition, four OSD texts can be customized.
Perform the following steps:
Click Config > Channel Parameter > OSD Parameter to go to the OSD
Parameter Setting window, as shown in Figure 162.
2. Click Read to display the current parameters.
3. Specify Video Channel, select the items that you want to set, and define the
contents and their positions.

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4. Click Save. Then the OSD you set is displayed as shown in Figure 163.

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Masked Area Setting


This is to set an area that is masked on the video surveillance screen to protect
privacy.
Perform the following steps:
1. Click Config > Channel Parameter > Masked Area to go to the Masked Area
Setting window.
2. Drag the masked area to a desired location, as shown in Figure 164. Up to four
areas can be set.

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After the mask area is set, it is as shown in Figure 165.

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3. Click Clear. Then the existing masked area is cleared.

Video Loss Detection Setting


This is to detect video signal automatically and trigger DO alarm when video loss
occurs due to video cable or camera faults.
Perform the following steps:
1. Click Config > Channel Parameter > Video Loss to go to the Video Loss
window, as shown in Figure 166.
2. Select the Enable Detection check box. If it is cleared, video loss detection is
not enabled.
3. Select video channel, set the DO to be linked, and drag your mouse to set the
arming time. Blue grids are the arming time.
4. Click Save to save the settings.

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Blocking Detection Setting


This is to set an area. When the camera turns to this area and this area is blocked,
DO alarm will be triggered.
Perform the following steps:
1. Click Config > Channel Parameter > Blocking Detection to go to the
Blocking Detection window, as shown in Figure 167.
2. Specify Video Channel and drag the blocking detection area to a desired location.
Click Clear to clear the already set area.
3. Select a Sensitivity level.
4. Select the DO to be linked.
5. Drag your mouse to set arming time. Blue grids are the arming time.
6. Click Save to save the settings.

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Motion Detection Setting


This is to set motion detection area. When motion occurs in this area, DO alarm will
be triggered and the camera will record or capture pictures.
Perform the following steps:
1. Click Config > Channel Parameter > Motion Detection to go to the Motion
Detection window, as shown in Figure 168.
2. Specify Video Channel and drag the motion detection area down to a desired
location. Drag the area upward to and cover and clear the existing motion
detection area.
3. Select a Sensitivity level, 5 as the maximum sensitivity.
4. Select the DO to be linked, and to record or capture picture, select the Record
and/or Snapshot check box.
5. Drag your mouse to set arming time. Blue grids are the arming time.
6. Click Save to save the settings.

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Storage Schedule
This is to define storage schedule for each video channel.
Perform the following steps:
1. Click Config > Channel Parameter > Storage Schedule to go to the Storage
Schedule window, as shown in Figure 169.
2. Click Read to display the current parameters.
3. Clear the Enable Record check box to turn off video recording, and then click
Save.
4. With recording enabled, select the Loop Record check box, the earliest video
data will be replaced by the latest one after the disk is full. If Enable Record is
not selected, recording will stop after the disk is full.
5. If the storage type is all day storage, simply select the 24hrs Record check box
and select a date.

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6. As shown in Figure 170, there are four setting modes for storage by time
segments, as follows:
Timing Record: Select a Date, select Timing Record in the Record Type
drop-down list box, and specify recording time.
Motion Detection: Select a Date, select Motion Detection in the Record
Type drop-down list box, and specify recording time.
Trigger by Alarm: Select a Date, select Trigger by Alarm in the Record
Type drop-down list box, and specify recording time.
Intelligent Alarm: Select a Date, select Intelligent Alarm in the Record
Type drop-down list box, and specify recording time.
7. Select a date from the Copy this schedule to field to copy the schedule to other
date.
8. Click Save to save the settings.

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Holiday Configuration
After holiday schedule is started, the video of holiday schedule of that year is
configured. The video schedule is executed preferentially during holiday.
1. Select Config > Channel Parameter > Holiday Config to go to the Holiday
Config interface, as shown in Figure 171.

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2. Double-click the desired No. to go to the Edit Holiday interface, as shown in


Figure 172.

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3. Type Holiday Name, select the Enable Holiday check box and select Type from
the dropdown list. You can select By Date, By Week and By Month. Set Start
Date and End Date and click OK to finish the settings.

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Snap Configuration
Set the snap configuration of each video channel according to the network
environment so as to make the captured picture have best video effect.
Perform the following steps:
1. Click Config > Channel Parameter > Snap Config to go to the Snap Config
window, as shown in Figure 173.
2. Click Read to view the current parameters.
3. Select the video channel and set the captured picture information of the channel.
4. Click Save to finish the settings.

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Snap Upload Configuration


To upload captured pictures, configure the server URL address, username and
password, and upload pictures to the FTP or HTTP server.
Perform the following steps:
1. Click Config > Channel Parameter > Snap Upload Config to go to the Snap
Upload Config window, as shown in Figure 174.
2. Click Read to view the current parameters.
3. Type the right URL address, username and password.
4. Click Save to finish the settings.

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Snap Plan
By this function, users can define the captured picture storage plan for each video
channel.
Perform the following steps:
1. Click Config > Channel Parameter > Snap Plan to go to the Snap Plan
window, as shown in Figure 175.
2. Click Read to view the current parameters.
3. Clear the Enable Snap check box to turn off picture capturing, and then click
Save.
4. Select the Loop Snap check box, the earlier captured pictures will be replaced by
the latest one after the disk if full. If Loop Snap is not selected, picture capturing
will stop after the disk is full.
5. For all day picture capturing, simply select a date from Week, and select the
24hrs Snap check box.

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6. As shown in Figure 176, there are five setting modes for picture capturing by
time segments, as follows:
Snap Triggered by Timer: Select a Date, select Snap Triggered by Timer
in the Snap Type drop-down list box, and specify capturing time.
Motion Detection: Select a Date, select Motion Detection in the Snap
Type drop-down list box, and specify capturing time.
DI Alarm: Select a Date, select DI Alarm in the Snap Type drop-down list
box, and specify capturing time.
Motion and DI: Select a Date, select Motion and DI in the Snap Type
drop-down list box, and specify capturing time.
Motion or DI: Select a Date, select Motion or DI in the Snap Type drop-
down list box, and specify capturing time.
7. Select a date from the Copy this schedule to field to copy the schedule to other
date.
8. Click Save to save the settings.

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Search Picture
This is to search the existing pictures for playback and downloading.
Before searching pictures, make sure that there are pictures. For storage strategy,
please refer to section Snap Plan.
Perform the following steps:
1. Click Config > Channel Parameter > Search Picture to go to the Search
Picture window, as shown in Figure 177.

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2. Select the desired time and file type to query. Then select the channel and click
Find, as shown in Figure 178. The Search Picture File window displays the
searched picture information.

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3. Double-click the desired picture record to view the picture in the list, as shown in
Figure 179. You can perform operations including play, play reverse, stop, jump
to previous picture, and jump to next picture.

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4. Right-click in the following video list to download the file, as shown in Figure 180.
Select Download File and set the save path to start downloading.

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Video Intelligent Analysis


Note:
This function needs the support from front-end access device.
This function is to set the warning rules in which alarm will be issued when the rule is
violated. If linkage is set, DO or video recording will be triggered at the same time.
Each channel supports up to 4 warning rules simultaneously.

Channel Intelligent Configuration

You need to perform channel intelligent setting before warning configuration.


Otherwise neither target nor alarm information will be displayed on the video screen.
Click Config > Intelligent Config > Channel Intelligent Config to go to the
Channel Intelligent window, check the Add target info in encoding and Add
rule info in encoding check boxes, as shown in Figure 181, and then click Save to
save the settings.

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Warning Line

Perform the following steps to set warning line:


1. To open the menu, click Config > Intelligent Config > Video Analysis to go to
the Video Analysis window, as shown in Figure 182.

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2. To set rule name, select Rule No. and click Rule Name and edit it, as shown in
Figure 183. Maximum 30 characters can be entered in the Rule Name field.

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3. To set the rule type and event type, specify the corresponding Rule Type as
Warning Line, and Event Type as follows:
From left to right: Alarm will be issued when there is object crossing the line
from left to right.
From right to left: Alarm will be issued when there is object crossing the line
from right to left.
Any direction: Alarm will be issued when there is object crossing the line from
any direction.

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4. To designate a warning line, click Straight Line and drag your mouse on the
screen to select the warning line range, as shown in Figure 185. Click Select to
confirm the selected warning line, click Move to move it, and click Delete to
delete it.

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When there is object moving along the direction of arrow, an alarm will be issued, as
shown in Figure 186. Alarm information can be queried by clicking Config > System
Configuration > Log Query and selecting Alarm Log.

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5. To link DO and video recording, click the Linkage Setup tab, as shown in Figure
187. Select the DO and video channel to be linked and drag your mouse to
specify arming time. Blue grids indicate armed time. Then click Save to save the
settings.

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Warning Region

Perform the following steps to set warning region:


1. To open the menu, click Config > Intelligent Config > Video Analysis to go to
the Video Analysis window, as shown in Figure 188.

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2. To set the rule name, select Rule No. and click the Rule Name and edit it, as
shown in Figure 189. Maximum 30 characters can be entered in the Rule Name
field.

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3. To set the rule type and event type, specify the corresponding Rule Type as
Warning Region and Event Type as follows:
Enter Warning Region: Alarm will be issued when there is object entering into
the designated warning region.
Leaving Warning Region: Alarm will be issued when there is object leaving the
designated warning region.
Present in Warning Region: Alarm will be issued when there is moving object
in the warning region.
Move reversely in Warning Region: Alarm will be issued when there is object
moving in the reversed direction as the designated one in the warning region.

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4. To designate warning region, click Rectangle or Polygon and drag your mouse
on the screen to select the warning region, as shown in Figure 191. Click Select
to confirm the selected warning region, click Move to move it, and click Delete
to delete it. Click Save to save the settings.

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5. When there is an object leaving the warning region (taking leaving warning
region as an example here), an alarm will be issued, as shown in Figure 192.
Alarm information can be queried by clicking Config > System Configuration >
Log Query and selecting Alarm Log.

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6. To link DO and video recording, click the Linkage Setup tab, as shown in Figure
193. Select the DO and video channel to be linked and drag your mouse to
specify arming time. Blue grids indicate armed time. Then click Save to save the
settings.

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Full Screen Warning Region

Perform the following steps to set full screen warning region:


1. To open menu, click Config > Intelligent Config > Video Analysis to go to the
Video Analysis window, as shown in Figure 194.

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2. To set the rule name, select Rule No. and click Rule Name and edit it, as shown
in Figure 195. Maximum 30 characters can be entered in the Rule Name field.

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3. To set the rule type and event type, specify the corresponding Rule Type as
Warning Region and Event Type as follows:
Enter Warning Region: Alarm will be issued when there is an object entering
into the designated warning region.
Leaving Warning Region: Alarm will be issued when there is an object leaving
the designated warning region.
Present in Warning Region: Alarm will be issued when there is a moving
object in the warning region.
Move reversely in Warning Region: Alarm will be issued when there is an
object moving in the reversed direction as the designated one in the warning
region.

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4. To set the full screen warning region, click Full Screen to set full screen as
warning region and Save to save the settings.
When there is an object entering the warning region (taking entering warning
region as an example here), an alarm will be issued, as shown in Figure 197.
Alarm information can be queried by clicking Config > System Configuration >
Log Query and selecting Alarm Log.

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Note:
Appropriate sensitivity should be set for full screen warning. A too high sensitivity will
make false alarm due to light change possible.
5. To link DO and video recording, click the Linkage Setup tab, as shown in Figure
198. Select the DO and video channel to be linked and drag your mouse to
specify arming time. Blue grids indicate armed time. Then click Save to save the
settings.

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Video Analysis Library


To open the menu, click Config > Intelligent Config > Video Library to go to the
Video Analysis Library window, as shown in Figure 199.

Note:
It is recommended to use default settings for video analysis library.
The Video Analysis Library window includes the following settings:
1. Foreground Target Sensitivity: indicates sensitivity for detecting video
analysis target. The larger the value, the higher the sensitivity.
2. Background Update Speed: indicates the speed of updating the preview
background of video analysis. The larger the value, the faster the updating.
3. Min-size of Foreground Target: indicates the minimum size of the video
analysis target. When the value is 0, the minimum target size is 100 pixels; when
the value is 100, the minimum target size is 100*100 pixels.
4. Scene Change Scale: indicates the change scale of video analysis preview
background. The larger the value, the higher the scale.
5. Retention Time for Disappeared: indicates the retention time for video
analysis target. When the value is 0, 0 frame will be reserved; when the value is
100, 50 frames will be reserved.

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Audio Intelligent Analysis


This is to set audio analysis parameter. Alarm will be issued when the volume on site
reaches a defined level.
Note:
Audio intelligent analysis needs the support from front-end access device.
Perform the following steps to set audio analysis parameters:
1. To open the menu, click Config > Intelligent Config > Audio Analysis to go
to the Audio Analysis window, as shown in Figure 200.

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2. Select Audio Channel and set the type for alarm audio analysis including
Sensitivity and Threshold.
Sensitivity: there are four options for Sensitivity: Turn off and 1~3. If 1 is
selected, alarm will be issued only when there is a large volume.
Threshold: Click Detect to detect the current volume. You can set the alarm
volume threshold according to the detected current volume. When the volume
is larger than alarm value, an alarm will be issued, and a critical alarm will be
given when volume is larger than the Critical Alarm value which must be
larger than the Alarm Value.

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3. To link DO and video recording actions, just select the DO and Record or
Snapshot as well as channel No.
4. Drag your mouse or click the arming time to specify arming time. Blue grids
indicate armed time.
5. Select a channel or All Channels from the Copy To dropdown list box and click
Copy to copy the settings to other channels. Click Save to save the settings.

Alarm Application
There are alarm parameter, linkage parameter and audio parameter options in alarm
application.

Alarm Parameter

Perform the following steps to set alarm parameters:


1. Click Config > Alarm Parameter > Basic Alarm (Parameter) to go to the
Basic Alarm Parameter window, as shown in Figure 201. Select the error
state(s) to check, and specify the threshold of disk full alarm and the following
parameters:
Alarm Record Parameter: to set the time length of alarm record.
Alarm Output Parameter: to set whether to generate DO output when
alarm occurs.
2. Click Save to save the settings.

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DI Linkage Parameter

This is to set the state of DI for alarm giving. When DI input reaches this state, the
DO output and video recording and picture snapshot will be triggered.
1. Click Config > Alarm Parameter > Linkage (Parameter) to go to the Alarm
Linkage Parameter window, as shown in Figure 202.
2. Select a DI channel, and click Read to display the current state.
3. Select the Link This Channel check box and specify a State when alarm, the
DO channel, the recording and snapshot channel to be linked. Then drag your
mouse to select the arming time. Blue grids indicate the arming time. Select an
item from the Copy To drop-down list box to copy the settings of this channel to
other channel.
4. Click Save to save the settings.

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Audio Alarm

This is to set the items to detect and enable the audio alarm for them. A sound will
be heard when this type of alarm occurs.
Perform the following steps:

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1. Click Config > Alarm Parameter > Audio Alarm (Parameter) to go to the
Audio Alarm Parameter window, as shown in Figure 203. Then Select the alarm
types for audio alarm.
2. Click Save to save the settings.

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Snap Linkage Alarm

This is to set the snap linkage alarm time.


To do this, perform the following steps:
1. Click Config > Alarm Parameter > Snap Linkage Alarm to go to the Snap
Linkage Alarm window, as shown in Figure 204.
2. Click Read to display the current state.
3. Select the alarm time of PreSnap Alarm Time (s) and PostSnap Alarm Time
(s).
4. Click Save to save the settings.

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System Management
The system management tool is mainly used for maintaining and managing ZXNVM
S(N)9200(H). It provides the functions of checking device state, managing storage
medium, time synchronization, user management, checking device log, and device
upgrading.

Checking Device State


Note:
If any unsolvable problem occurs, you can feedback the self-diagnosis information to
manufacturer for problem tracking.
The system checks the communication link, monitoring service, control management
and other information of ZXNVM S(N)9200(H) automatically.
Perform the following steps:
1. Click Config > System Configuration > Device State to go to the Device
State window, as shown in Figure 205.

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2. Click Start Self-Diagnosis to start it. If it is started successfully, a pop-up


message will appear, as shown in Figure 206.

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3. Click the Read button, the system displays the self-diagnosis results, as shown in
Figure 207.

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Storage Medium Management


This is to check the storage medium information, including medium type, total
capacity, free space, state, and format state.
Select Disk No. and click the Format button to format the selected storage medium,
as shown in Figure 208. The device will restart automatically after formatting
completes.

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Group Management
Via group management, video data of certain video channels can be written into the
specified disk group.
Perform the following steps:
Click Config > System Configuration > Group Management to go to the Group
Management window, as shown in Figure 209.

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Select the channel(s) and/or disk(s) and add them into the same group, and then the
video data of the selected channel(s) will be written into the same group.

Time Synchronization
This is to set the clock time of ZXNVM S(N)9200(H).
Perform the following steps:
1. Click Config > System Configuration > Time Sync to go to the Time Sync
window, as shown in Figure 210. Click Read to check the existing time of ZXNVM
S(N)9200(H). To adjust it, change the time and click Save to save the new time.
To synchronize the device time to local time, select the Local Time Synch check
box and click Save.

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2. Click Config > System Configuration > Time Sync to go to the Time Sync
window, as shown in Figure 211. Then select NTP Check Time, specify NTP
Server Address, NTP Port, and NTP Interval, and click Save.

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Note:
Time synchronization interval has a range of 1-10080 minutes, normally 60 minutes.
If the unit is used on a public network, you should use an NTP server that has a time
synchronization function, such as the server at the National Time Center (IP Address:
210.72.145.44). If the unit is set up in a more customized network, NTP software
can be used to establish a NTP server used for time synchronization.

User Management
This is to add, modify and/or delete user and set authority for users.
Perform the following steps:

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1. Click Config > System Configuration > User Management to go to the User
Management window, as shown in Figure 212.

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2. To add a user, click Add to open the User Info dialog, as shown in Figure 213.
Enter user information and click OK to confirm.

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3. To set authority for a user, select the user, as shown in Figure 214. Select items
in the Permission column to add the permissions. Click Save to save the
settings.

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4. To modify a password for a user, select the user and click Modify, and then type
a new password in the User Info dialog box, as shown in Figure 215.

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Log Query
This is to query operation, alarm, and error log information within a specified time
range. Collecting and analyzing these data can help in maintenance and video
management.
Perform the following steps:
1. Click Config > System Configuration > Log Query to go to the Log Query
window, as shown in Figure 216.

FIGUR E 216 LOG QUER Y

2. Select the log type and time and click Search to display the results.

QR Code
This is to view and set a QR (Quick Response) code of the device.

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Select the ZXNVM S/N8800 device to view in the device list, and click Config >
System Configuration > QR code to display the QR code of the device.

Device Upgrade
Perform the following steps to upgrade the device:
1. Select the device to upgrade in the left Device List and click Config > System
Configuration > Device Upgrade to go to the Device Upgrade window, as
shown in Figure 217.

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2. Click Browse, find the file to upgrade in the pop-up dialog box, and click Open.
3. Click Upgrade to start upgrade.
Caution:
Upgrading will not be done successfully unless the name of the downloaded file is
exactly the same as the one specified in the dialog box, including case match.
Power outage during upgrade might damage the device, and should be prohibited.

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Access by ZNV ViewEye

Accessing by ZNV ViewEye is available to models ZXNVM N9208-B, ZXNVM N9216-B


and ZXNVM N9232-B that support P2P.
You can use iOS and Android mobile phones to access. Functions and operations of
ZNV EyeView are the same for iOS and Android mobile phones. The following section
takes ZNV EyeView for Android mobile phones for example.

Downloading ZNV ViewEye


1. Log in to ZNV website http://www.znv.com and go to Service > Download.
2. Download ZNV ViewEye.apk to a mobile phone or to a computer and then
transfer it to the mobile phone.

Installing ZNV ViewEye


To install ZNV ViewEye, perform the following steps:
1. Click the icon of ZNV ViewEye.apk in the mobile phone to enter the installation
interface, as shown in Figure 218.

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2. Click the Install button to start installation and wait till the end, as shown in
Figure 219.

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3. Click Done to exit from the installation interface or Open to start the application.

Login to ZNV ViewEye


1. For initial login to ZNV ViewEye, perform the following steps:

i. Click the icon in the mobile phone to go to the login interface, as


shown in Figure 220.

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ii. Click Sign up in the login interface to open the Register New Account
interface, as shown in Figure 221.

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iii. Type a registration Email address and a password. Click OK to complete


registration to go to the multi-screen previewing interface, as shown in Figure
222.

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You can preview up to four screens in the multi-screen previewing interface.


2. For the registered account to log into ZNV ViewEye, perform the following steps:

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i. Click the icon in the mobile phone to go to the login interface, as


shown in Figure 220.
ii. Type the registered Email address and password in the login interface, and
click Login.

Adding a Camera
Precondition: Before adding a camera, make sure that the camera you want to add is
on the same network as your mobile phone.
Perform the following steps:
1. Click the button to add a camera to go to the Add Camera interface as shown in
Figure 233.

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2. Select the type of the added camera.


Two types are available: Wired and Wireless. Wireless devices are not accessible
at present. Here take adding a wired device for example.
Click the Wired button to go to the Add Camera interface as shown in Figure 224.

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3. Enter UID, Security Code, and Name of the multimedia access unit, and click
OK.
Parameters are described in Table 13.

T AB L E 13 P A R A M E T E R S

Parameter Definition Description


The unique ID of a
Obtained in two ways: scanning a QR code
UID multimedia access unit to
and searching in a LAN
access the network
The password of a
Security
multimedia access unit to Default password: 12345
Code
access the network
The name of a multimedia
Name access unit displayed on a -
screen

You can obtain the UID of a multimedia access unit in two ways in the system:
scanning a QR code and search in a LAN.
i. Scan a QR code.
Log in to the Web interface (refer to section Login for the login method), and
select Config > System Configuration > QR Code to display the QR code
of the multimedia access unit.
Click the Scan icon in the Add Camera interface in Figure 224 and scan the
QR code in the Web interface. The system automatically enters the device UID
corresponding to the QR code.
ii. Search in a LAN.
Click the Search icon in the Add Camera interface in Figure 224. Select the
device to add in the searched result, as shown in Figure 225. The system
automatically enters the device UID.

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Note:
Only when the camera and the mobile phone stay in the same LAN can the device
UID be obtained by searching in the LAN.

Previewing Multi-Screen Videos


The added camera will be displayed in the multi-screen previewing interface, as
shown in Figure 226.

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Click the icon in the multi-screen previewing interface to open the previewing
menu. The menu is described in Table 14.

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Icon Function

View the added multimedia access unit(s) in a list, and delete


an accessed device.
Query and view records and pictures stored on a multimedia
access unit.
Query and view records and pictures stored on the mobile
phone.

Reset the device information.

Remove a screen of a camera in the multi-screen previewing


interface without deleting the device which is still available in
the device list.

Deleting Cameras in Batches

1. Open the menu, and click the icon to display the added multimedia access
unit(s) in a list, as shown in Figure 227.
2. Click Edit to edit the device(s) in the list.

3. Click the deletion button beside the device to delete in the list and delete the
device.
You can delete multiple accessed devices at the same time.

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Querying Records Stored on the Access Unit


1. Open the menu, and click the icon to display certain periods and records in
the periods.
The system displays a list of records within 12 hours by default.

2. Click the search button to set the period of records to view, as shown in
Figure 228.

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Click Within an hour, Within half a day, Within a day, or Within a week to
display all records stored on a multimedia access unit in the specified period.
Click Custom to open the Search Event screen as shown in Figure 229. Set the
start and end time of the period, and select an event type from the Event drop-
down list box, and click OK. The system displays the specified type of records
stored on the multimedia access unit in the specified period.

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Querying Records Stored on the Phone


1. Open the menu, and click the icon to display records and snapshots stored
on the mobile phone.
2. Click Edit to edit records and snapshots. Select the record or snapshot to delete
and click Delete button at the bottom of the interface. Click OK in the pop-up
dialog box to complete deletion.

Setting
This is to set the multimedia access unit. You can modify the access security code,
events and records, delete cameras, and view device information.

Open the menu, and click the setting icon to display the Edit Camera interface,
as shown in Figure 230.

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1. Device Setting
You can modify the UID and security code for login to the multimedia access unit.
The Security Code should be consistent with the new security code set in
Advanced Setting.
2. Advanced Setting: Click the Advanced button to open the Advanced Setting
interface, as shown in Figure 231.

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i. Security Code Setting: Click the Modify Security Code button to open the
Modify Security Code screen. Type the old security code and new security
code, and confirm the new security code.
The security code modified here is the password of the multimedia access unit
to access the network. The new security code should be consistent with that
set in Device Setting.
ii. Event Setting: Choose a sensitivity of Motion Detection from Off, Low,
Medium, High, and Max. Choose a type for Notification from Silent,
Tones only, Vibrate only, and Ringtone and Vibrate.
iii. Recording Setting: Set the recording mode and clear data in the mobile
phone by formatting.
Recording mode: Select Off to close recording, FullTime to record around the
clock, and Alarm to start recording when the specified alarm is generated.
iv. Device Information: Check the Model, Version, Vender, TotalSize, and
Free Size.
Click OK after complete the preceding setting.
3. Delete Camera
Click Delete Camera in to open the Warning screen, as shown in Figure 232.
Click OK to complete deletion.

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You can delete multiple cameras in batches by using the method in section
Deleting Cameras in Batches.
4. Reconnect Camera
Click Online or Offline in Figure 231 to reconnect the camera.

Removing a Screen

1. Open the menu, and click the icon to open the Warning screen.
2. Click OK to complete deletion.
The removed screen of a camera will not be displayed in the multi-screen
previewing interface, but the device is not deleted and still available in the device
list.

Previewing Single-Screen Videos


Click the screen to preview in the multi-screen previewing interface to display the
real-time video of the screen only, as shown in Figure 233.

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The video screen displays the status, resolution, online users, viewing status, and
current channel. Click the current channel number to display the list of channel
numbers, and select a channel number to switch to other channel of videos.
The function menu is displayed at the bottom of a video screen. The menu is
described in Table 15.

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Icon Function

Open/Close voice talkback and audio.

Start/Stop recording. The system saves records in the SD card


of the mobile phone. To view the stored records, refer to section
Querying Records Stored on the Phone.
Click the Record icon to start recording and click Stop
Recording icon during recording to compete recording.
Click the icon to take screen capture. The system saves
captured pictures in the SD card of the mobile phone. To view
the stored pictures, refer to section Querying Records Stored on
the Phone.
Click the icon to set the video quality, with High, Middle, and
Low available.
Select High in good network condition and Low in poor network
condition.

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Routine Maintenance

This chapter introduces the items that should be tested during maintenance of
ZXNVM S(N)9200(H) and how to troubleshoot and solve the found problems.

Maintenance Test
Routine maintenance test to ZXNVM S(N)9200(H) is mainly to test the data
transmission and picture coding and decoding. These can be verified by logging on
from WEB browser.

Preventive Maintenance
Check if the running environment meets requirements, pay attention to the damp
proof, water proof, and dust proof of the chassis, and turn power of the device off
when power failure takes place.

Safety Protection
To ensure the stability of the system, ESD wrist must be worn when testing terminal
device or replacing parts. When the device is running normally, it is required to
connect the protective ground to the earth in the equipment room.

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Packing, Transportation and


Storage

This chapter introduces the package, transportation and storage of ZXNVM


S(N)9200(H).

Packaging
The package of the ZXNVM S(N)9200(H) contains a packing list and each package
has shockproof plastic foam and damp-proof plastic bags.

Transportation
With proper package, the product should be covered with canvas against moisture
and rain. It should be stacked on the vehicle orderly, compactly, properly, safely and
reliably against damage caused by jolt.
Be sure not to transport the product together with other flammable, explosive and
corrosive materials and protect it from drench or any mechanical damage. Do not
place the equipment in the outdoor warehouse in the transport. During the
transportation, move and place the equipment slightly.

Storage
Storage temperature: -20C to +70C.
The product parts should be stored with the original preservative package.
The warehouse for storing the product should be moisture-proof, dust-proof, shock-
proof and corrosion-proof, and recommended to be equipped with air-conditioner and
illumination devices.

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Troubleshooting

Welcome for purchasing our products. We will offer you the best service. When you
encounter any problem during using this product, please check and solve the
problem against FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) list below first. If problem is still
there, please contact our technical engineer by our telephone hotline or email.
Common detection methods:
1. Replacing: replace the power of ZXNVM S(N)9200(H) or HDD, etc.
2. Minimum load method: remove HDD, video/audio, alarm input/output, etc.
3. Upgrading: solve the problem of some external devices incompatible with the
ZXNVM S(N)9200(H).
Note:
Some software problem may be caused by improper operation. If you cannot
determine whether the problem is caused by improper operation, please perform the
Restore Factory Settings operation from the System Management menu.

FAQ
Starting/Self-test/Dead Halt Related
1. Why does ZXNVM S(N)9200(H) not start and run with power turned on?
i. Check if the power switch at the back of the device is turned on.
ii. Check if your starting operation is correct.
2. Why does the ZXNVM S(N)9200(H) start slowly?
It may be because the device checks HDD repeatedly due to HDD error.
3. Why ZXNVM S(N)9200(H) cannot be controlled by remote controller?
i. If the IR receiver indicator on the front panel is not on, please check if the
remote is installed with batteries or if it is damaged.
ii. Check if operation is locked by software in the device. If yes, please input the
user name and password to log in to the system.

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4. Why does the system halt regularly?


ZXNVM S(N)9200(H) halts regularly. For example, it halts at about 7:30 every
morning. This problem often takes place in factory. The device cannot work
normally because video cable is impacted by strong electricity. It can only be
solved by improving power supply or isolating the device from heavy impact.

Network Related
1. Why does the network transmission indicator (TX/RX) not blink after video data is
transmitted?
Check network connection, fasten network interface, and check if the device is
pingable with the ping command.
2. Why does network transmission indicator (TX/RX) not turn on?
Network failure, please check if the network connection status is normal.
3. Why does buzzer alarm occur?
IP address conflict or audio alarm is configured. Connect ZXNVM S(N)9200(H),
log in to WEB and change the IP address to cancel the audio alarm setting.

Screen display/Image View Related


1. Why is there no display on the monitor or image jitter exists?
i. Check if ZXNVM S(N)9200(H) is turned on. The run indicator on the front
panel will light if the device is turned on.
ii. Please check the display mode of ZXNVM S(N)9200(H), confirm that the
display device is properly supplied with power, video cable is connected well,
and resolution setting is correct.
iii. Increase brightness parameter.
2. Why are there obvious ripples on the screen, distortion due to interference?
i. Check if video cable is shorted, broken, cold soldered, or poor connected.
ii. Check if video cable is interfered by strong electricity. It cannot be routed
with strong electricity lines together. Meanwhile, please use shielded wire of
good quality.
iii. Check if aging problem exists in camera, monitor, or electric wires.
iv. Go to the encoding parameter setting window to check if the bit rate is set
too high.
3. How to obtain the optimal display effect?
i. Adjust the video parameter of the display.
ii. Adjust the video parameter of ZXNVM S(N)9200(H) to optimum image effect.
4. Why is the image distorted or unable to fill the entire screen when using
computer monitor?
i. For image distortion issue, please refer to instruction of computer monitor
and adjust the shape of window to get the best effect.

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ii. For the problem of unable to fill the entire screen, please adjust it using the
zoom window and horizontal & vertical size adjustment function.
iii. For the problem of image offset to outside the display frame, please adjust
the up/down/left/right location of the monitor.
5. Why does color cast occur in using monitor?
i. Check if the plug wire between main board to VGA board is connected well
and if the VGA connecting wire is in good condition.
ii. Check if the heat dissipation is good.
After ZXNVM S(N)9200(H) starts, one channel is in black screen state and no
channel title is displayed. How to solve the problem?
Go to channel settings in the system management and check whether blocking
detection is enabled. If blocking detection is enabled, reset the channel to restore
the default setting, or directly restore factory settings.
6. Why is there mosaic on the screen when playing video on ZXNVM S(N)9200(H)?
i. Too low video parameter will degrade the quality of video playing, and even
mosaic appears sometimes.
ii. Bad sector of hard disk will also cause mosaic in video playback.

Video Recording/Playback Related


1. Why is there no audio in the recorded video file?
i. Check if it is muted.
ii. Check if audio recording is selected in recording parameter setting.
iii. Check audio input connection.
2. Why is there no video data with manual record enabled?
i. Check if the query setting is correct, and confirm the manual record is
selected when playing by classification.
ii. Make sure that hard disk has been formatted before using.
3. Why is timing record not available or no video data within the specified time
range?
i. The time range setting for timing record is incorrect. For more than one time
ranges, the former one must be earlier than the later one, and should be
within 00:00-24:00.
ii. Power is cut by accident during timing record time range.
iii. The data needed by user was overwritten.
iv. Physical damage or logic error of hard disk results in data incapable of
refreshed normally.
4. Why is motion detection recording not available?
i. The time range setting for motion detection record is incorrect. For more
than one time ranges, the former one must be earlier than the later one.
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iii. The sensitivity of motion detection is set too low. Please increase the
sensitivity properly.
5. Why can video recording not be triggered by alarm?
i. The time range setting for recording triggered by alarm is incorrect. For more
than one time ranges, the former one must be earlier than the later one.
ii. No linked channel is selected for recording triggered by alarm. Please select
linked channel.
ii. Alarm trigger condition is not correct. Please check connected alarm input
and alarm trigger device is correct.
6. Why is the recorded video discontinuous?
i. If in manual record or timing record mode, please check if power cut or
abnormal voltage occurred during the process of recording.
ii. If in motion detection or trigger by alarm mode, please check if frequent
alarm occurred. Recording will be triggered every time when alarm occurs.
7. Why does serious mosaic occurs when playing video?
Check the hard disk for damaged sectors. If the hard disk is logically damaged,
partition and format the hard disk. If the hard disk is physically damaged,
replace the hard disk.
8. Why is it slow when playing video?
i. Check it is in slow playback mode. ZXNVM S(N)9200(H) supports slow
playback mode including 1/2, 1/4, etc.
ii. Check if the hard disk connecting wire is in good condition and if any sector is
damaged. If bad sector exists, dead lock or blurred screen may appear.
9. Why is there jitter in real-time video or video playback?
Set the format of ZXNVM S(N)9200(H) the same as the one of camera.

Alarm/PTZ Control Related


1. How to use the sensor alarm function?
Sensor alarm is to send digital signal from common sensors, such as smoke
sensor, infrared sensor, etc. via alarm processing module to the ZXNVM
S(N)9200(H) system, and trigger recording or outputting digital signal. ZXNVM
S(N)9200(H) supports NO and NC sensor.
i. If the power of the alarm device you use is too high, please connect relay in
cascade connection before connecting alarm input interface. Otherwise alarm
output module may be burned out;
ii. If the linked alarm output device you use is a HF device, such as HF light,
please connect relay in cascade connection. Otherwise alarm module may not
work normally due to HF induction.
2. How to connect more than one front-end device, such as decoder, dome camera,
and so on?
i. Star Connection: Parallelly connect control cables (RS485) of multiple
decoders onto the RS485 bus which is connected with the embedded ZXNVM
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recommended that the address code of decoder is identical with the channel
number.
ii. Bus Connection: Connect the 485+ and 485- of one decoder to those of
RS485 of ZXNVM S(N)9200(H) respectively, connect another one to the 485+
and 485- of the last decoder. If the state beyond control occurs at times,
please check the instruction of PTZ.
3. Why does false alarm occur when motion detection recording and alarm triggered
recording are enabled?
Check and adjust the sensitivity of motion detection, as motion detection is to
detect the light intensity and change of light will trigger motion detection alarm.
4. Why can PTZ not be controlled?
i. Check if the 485 control cable of PTZ is connected to the device correctly,
and pay attention to positive and negative (485+, 485-)
ii. Check if the control protocol and baud rate of PTZ match with those set in
ZXNVM S(N)9200(H).
iii. Check if address code and that set in channel parameter of ZXNVM
S(N)9200(H) is the same (if uncontrollable, adjust the address one number
forward or backward and then test it).
Note: Since there are many common protocols, please be patient in testing
to see if your protocol of PTZ or dome camera can work with ours.

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Access to ZXVNMS Platform

This section introduces how to connect ZXNVM S(N)9200(H) to ZXVNMS platform.

Creating Encoder and Camera on Management


Client
1. Log in to the management client software, right-click a blank in the device
information area, and select New > EncoderDevice on the right-click menu.
Then the Encoder Device dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 234, on
which you can set the basic information of encoder.

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2. Switch to the Extension tab and set the extended information of the encoder, as
shown in Figure 235.
Address: IP address of the encoder.
InputPortNum: The number of video input ports.
OutputPortNum: The number of video output ports.
DINum: The number of DI devices.
DONum: The number of DO devices.
AccessServer: Select the access server to which the encoder will connect
from the drop-down list box.
DispatchServer: Select the dispatch server to which the encoder will connect
from the drop-down list box.
HomePage: Homepage in the format of http:// + IP address of the encoder.
EncoderType: [8000+device]

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3. After the encoder is added, it will be displayed in the list, as shown in Figure 236.

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Writing ZXVNMS Information into ZXNVM


S(N)9200(H)
Setting in WEB Way

1. Log in to the IE configuration interface of the ZXNVM S(N)9200(H), click


Config > Network Parameter > Access Server to go to the Access Server
Settings window, as shown in Figure 237. Enter the correct IP address, port, etc.
and click Save to save the settings. Information of Heartbeat Host and Alarm
Host are generated automatically.

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2. Click Config > Basic Parameter > Basic Information to go to the Basic
Information Setting window, as shown in Figure 238; Type in the name of the
device in the DevName field. DevID is the ID number shown in step 1 of
Creating Encoder and Camera on Management Client. Copy the ID number and
paste it here, then click Save to save the settings.

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Setting in Telnet Way

Note:
If Telnet is not enabled, you can go to Control Panel > Programs > Programs
And Features > Turn Windows features on or off, check Telnet Client, and
click OK, to enable Telnet.
1. Click Start > Run at the bottom left of your computer to open the Run window,
as shown in Figure 239. Enter cmd in the Open field, and click OK to confirm.

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2. Enter telnet plus IP address of the device, as shown in Figure 240.

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3. Log in to the device as a debugger with an empty password and press Enter, as
shown in Figure 241. Enter ? to view the help information, as shown in Figure
242.

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4. By using setCSG and setPUID, you can also set server parameters and encoder
ID. They are match case.
SetCSG plus IP address and port number of access server, for example,
setCSG 192.168.0.2 8001.
SetPUID plus device ID, for example, setPUID 200101111000002. The device
ID is the one shown in step 1 of Creating Encoder and Camera on
Management Client.

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Abbreviations

T AB L E 16 A B B R E V I AT I O N S

Abbreviations Full Name

DI Digital Signal Input


DO Digital Signal Output
IP Internet Protocol
OSD On Screen Display
PC Personal Computer
PU Peripheral Unit
PTZ Pan Tilt Zoom
RTP Real-time Transport Protocol
TCP Transfer Control Protocol

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