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Panic Alarm Station

Configuration Guide

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Applicable Models

This manual is applicable to DS-PEA series panic alarm station.

Product Model

Panic Alarm Station DS-PEA22-F(B)

Box Panic Alarm Station DS-PEA22-B(B)

Pole Panic Alarm Station DS-PEA22-P(B), DS-PEA12-P, DS-

PEA12-P/ZJ

Symbol Conventions

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Safety Instruction

The device should be used in compliance with local laws and electrical safety

regulations. Refer to the appropriate documentation for detailed information.

The input voltage should conform to IEC60950-1 standard: SELV (Safety Extra Low

Voltage) and the Limited Power Source (100120/200240 VAC). Refer to the appropriate documentation for detailed information.

DO NOT connect multiple devices to one power adapter, to avoid over-heating or fire hazards caused by overload.

Make sure the plug is properly connected to the power socket.

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Indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which if not avoided, could result in equipment damage, data loss, performance degradation, or unexpected results.

Indicates a hazard with a high level of risk, which if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury.

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If smoke, odor, or noise arises from the device, immediately turn off the power, unplug the power cable, and contact the service center.

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Keep non-waterproof devices away from liquids.

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Never attempt to disassemble the device.

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Contents

Chapter 1 Overview.................................................................................................................... 1

Chapter 2 Activation................................................................................................................... 2

2.1 Activate via SADP .................................................................................................................. 2

2.2 Activate Device via Client Software ...................................................................................... 3

Chapter 3 Remote Settings ......................................................................................................... 5

3.1 Device Management ............................................................................................................. 5

3.1.1 Add Device to the Client Software ............................................................................ 5

3.1.2 Edit Network Parameters ........................................................................................... 6

3.2 Network Configuration ......................................................................................................... 6

3.2.1 Basic Settings .............................................................................................................. 6

3.2.2 Set DNS ....................................................................................................................... 8

3.2.3 Set NAT ....................................................................................................................... 8

3.2.4 Set Alarm Center ...................................................................................................... 10

3.2.5 Set SIP ....................................................................................................................... 11

3.2.6 Set Hik-Connect ........................................................................................................ 13

3.2.7 Access the Platform .................................................................................................. 14

3.2.8 Set Call Center Parameters ...................................................................................... 15

3.2.9 Set Intercom Parameters ......................................................................................... 16

3.3 Alarm Settings ..................................................................................................................... 17

3.3.1 Set Zone .................................................................................................................... 17

3.3.2 Set Relay ................................................................................................................... 19

3.3.3 Set Call Waiting ........................................................................................................ 20

3.3.4 Set Voice Prompt ...................................................................................................... 21

3.4 Alarm Management ............................................................................................................ 22

3.4.1 Manage Relay ........................................................................................................... 22

3.4.2 Manage Audio Input/Output ................................................................................... 22

3.4.3 Manage Siren ............................................................................................................ 23

3.4.4 Manage Alarm Light ................................................................................................. 24

3.4.5 Manage Audio File.................................................................................................... 24

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3.4.6 Manage Strobe Light Flicking ................................................................................... 26

3.5 Event Settings ...................................................................................................................... 27

3.5.1 Schedule Settings ..................................................................................................... 27

3.5.2 Set Audio Exception Detection ................................................................................ 32

3.6 Video & Audio Settings ....................................................................................................... 33

3.6.1 Video & Audio Settings ............................................................................................ 33

3.6.2 Set Display ................................................................................................................ 35

3.6.3 Set Image Parameters .............................................................................................. 36

3.6.4 Set Intercom Audio .................................................................................................. 37

3.7 System Settings ................................................................................................................... 38

3.7.1 Set Time .................................................................................................................... 38

3.7.2 Set System Parameters ............................................................................................ 38

3.7.3 Set Security ............................................................................................................... 39

3.7.4 Set Password ............................................................................................................ 39

3.7.5 Set User ..................................................................................................................... 40

3.7.6 Search for Log ........................................................................................................... 41

3.7.7 Maintain the System ................................................................................................ 42

3.7.8 Check Video & Audio Status .................................................................................... 44

3.7.9 View Device Information ......................................................................................... 45

3.8 Set Camera ........................................................................................................................... 46

3.8.1 Add Camera .............................................................................................................. 46

3.8.2 Set Video Parameters ............................................................................................... 47

3.8.3 Set WDR .................................................................................................................... 47

3.8.4 Set Other Parameters ............................................................................................... 48

3.9 Storage Settings ................................................................................................................... 48

3.9.1 Initialize HHD ............................................................................................................ 48

3.9.2 Search for File ........................................................................................................... 49

3.10 Check Status ...................................................................................................................... 50

3.10.1 Check Zone Status .................................................................................................. 50

3.10.2 Check Relay Status ................................................................................................. 50

3.10.3 Check Siren Status .................................................................................................. 50

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3.10.4 Check Alarm Lamp Status ...................................................................................... 50

Chapter 4 Web Client Settings .................................................................................................. 51

4.1 Live View .............................................................................................................................. 51

4.2 Configuration ....................................................................................................................... 51

4.2.1 System ...................................................................................................................... 51

4.2.2 Network .................................................................................................................... 52

4.2.3 Video/Audio ............................................................................................................. 56

4.2.4 Image ........................................................................................................................ 57

4.2.5 Device ....................................................................................................................... 59

4.2.6 Storage ...................................................................................................................... 61

4.2.7 Event ......................................................................................................................... 63

4.2.8 Two-way Audio Settings .......................................................................................... 64

4.2.9 Custom ...................................................................................................................... 65

4.3 Maintenance and Security .................................................................................................. 66

4.3.1 Maintenance ............................................................................................................. 66

4.3.2 Security ..................................................................................................................... 67

Communication Matrix and Device Command .......................................................................... 69

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Chapter 1 Overview

Description

DS-PEA series of active panic alarm station supports multiple networks. It provides live view, two- way audio, and customized audio input. It supports linkage with the surrounding cameras and external lamp, sound box, etc. It helps to realize alarm aid in emergency.

Key Features

Network adaptive and video and audio adaptive Audio and video file storage H.264/H.265, G.711U, AAC, OPUS, PCM, ADPCM Video collection and all-day monitoring with 2MP HD IR camera Built-in omnidirectional microphone to realize two-way audio Multiple network protocols including TCP/IP, RTSP and SADP Supports Standard SIP, ISUP, and HIK-Connect Waterproof, anti-electromagnetic interference, tamper-proof and explosion-proof (Panic

Alarm Station doesnt support waterproof)

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Chapter 2 Activation

In order to protect personal security and privacy and improve the network security level, you should activate the device the first time you connect the device to a network.

2.1 Activate via SADP

SADP is a tool to detect, activate and modify the IP address of the device over the LAN.

Before You Start

Get the SADP software from the supplied disk or the official website http://www.hikvision.com/en/, and install the SADP according to the prompts.

The device and the PC that runs the SADP tool should be within the same subnet.

The following steps show how to activate a device and modify its IP address. For batch activation and IP addresses modification, refer to User Manual of SADP for details.

Steps

1. Run the SADP software and search the online devices. 2. Find and select your device in online device list. 3. Input new password (admin password) and confirm the password.

Caution

STRONG PASSWORD RECOMMENDED-We highly recommend you create a strong password of your own choosing (using a minimum of 8 characters, including upper case letters, lower case letters, numbers, and special characters) in order to increase the security of your product. And we recommend you reset your password regularly, especially in the high security system, resetting the password monthly or weekly can better protect your product.

4. Click Activate to start activation.

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Figure 2-1 Activate via SADP

Status of the device becomes Active after successful activation. 5. Modify IP address of the device.

1) Select the device. 2) Change the device IP address to the same subnet as your computer by either modifying the IP

address manually or checking Enable DHCP. 3) Input the admin password and click Modify to activate your IP address modification.

2.2 Activate Device via Client Software

Before You Start

Get the iVMS-4200 client software from the supplied disk or the official website http://www.hikvision.com/en/. Install the software by following the prompts.

The device and the PC that runs the software should be in the same subnet.

Steps

1. Run the client software. 2. Enter Device Management Device in the Maintenance and Management list. 3. Click Online Device. 4. Check the device status from the online device list, and select an inactive device. 5. Click Activate. 6. Create and confirm the admin password of the device.

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Caution

STRONG PASSWORD RECOMMENDED-We highly recommend you create a strong password of your own choosing (using a minimum of 8 characters, including upper case letters, lower case letters, numbers, and special characters) in order to increase the security of your product. And we recommend you reset your password regularly, especially in the high security system, resetting the password monthly or weekly can better protect your product.

7. Click OK to start activation. Device status will change to Active after successful activation.

8. Edit IP address of the device. 1) Select a device and click on the online device list. 2) Change the device IP address to the same subnet with your computer. 3) Enter the admin password of the device and click OK to complete modification.

9. Optional: Check the device on the online device list and click Add to add the device to the device list.

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Chapter 3 Remote Settings

In the client software, go to Device Management, click and select the device in the device list, and

click to enter the Remote Configuration page.

Note

The device should be activated the first time it is used to log in and use properly. See Activation to activate the device.

You need to add the device to the client software before configure it. See Add Device via Client Software.

Get the client software from the technical support, and install the software according to the prompts.

3.1 Device Management

3.1.1 Add Device to the Client Software

Before You Start

Activate the device and ensure that the device is on the same subnet as the PC.

Figure 3-1 Client Software Main Page

In the client software, go to Device Management Device on the Maintenance and

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Management list. You can add devices to client software by several methods on the device management page. The following describes how to add devices through IP/Domain Name. For more information, see iVMS-4200 Client Software User Manual.

Steps

1. On the Device page, click Add. 2. Select IP/Domain as the adding mode, edit the device information, including Name, Address,

Port, User Name, and Password. 3. Check Import to Group. 4. Click Add to add the device.

3.1.2 Edit Network Parameters

Edit the device network parameters so that the device IP address is in the same subnet as the computer IP address.

You can edit the network parameters through the SADP software, or the client software. The SADP software is taken as an example for explanation.

Steps

1. Run the SADP software, check the activated device, and edit the IP Address, Subnet Mask, Gateway and other parameters in the Modify Network Parameters list on the right.

Note

If check Enable DHCP, the device can automatically obtain network parameters.

2. Enter the activation password, click Modify, and the prompt Modify parameters is successful indicate that the settings take effect.

3.2 Network Configuration

3.2.1 Basic Settings

Configure network mode, IP address, NIC and NIC type, subnet mask, gateway, MAC address, MTU settings, and port No. for device.

Before You Start

Make sure the cable of the device is connected.

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Steps

Note

The network mode is multiple networks mode, you can set the basic network parameters for NIC 1 and NIC 2.

1. Click to enter the Remote Configuration page, go to Network General.

Figure 3-2 Network Basic Settings Page

2. Select the NIC and the NIC type. 3. Set the network address.

Automatically obtain the network address Check Auto-obtain, the device automatically obtains the network address (IPv4 Address, Subnet Mask (IPv4), Gateway Address (IPv4)) through DHCP.

Note

NIC 1 and NIC 2 are independent of DHCP.

Manually set the network address According to the actual network environment, manually set the network address IPv4 Address, Subnet Mask (IPv4), Gateway Address (IPv4).

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4. Set the MTU(Byte), Device Port, HTTP port, RTSP port, and Default NIC for the device.

MTU(Byte)

Maximum transmission unit, which refers to the maximum packet size passed by TCP/UDP protocol network transmission. The default is 1500.

Device Port

The default device port number is 8000.

HTTP port

The default port number is 8000, and it can be changed to any port No. which is not occupied.

RTSP port

The default port number is 554 and it can be changed to any port No. ranges from 1 to 65535.

Default Route

The default Route is NIC 1 and it can be set to NIC 1 or NIC 2. 5. Click Save to save the settings.

3.2.2 Set DNS

When the device accesses the network through the domain name, you need to configure the correct and available DNS server IP address. The device supports 2 DNS address.

Click to enter the Remote Configuration page, go to Network DNS, set the DNS server IP address and click Save to save the settings.

Figure 3-3 DNS Setting Page

Note

When DHCP is enabled, the DNS cannot be set.

3.2.3 Set NAT

Enable the UPnP function, and you don't need to configure the port mapping for each port, and

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the device is connected to the Wide Area Network via the router.

Steps

Note

Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) is a networking architecture that provides compatibility among networking equipment, software and other hardware devices. The UPnP protocol allows devices to connect seamlessly and to simplify the implementation of networks in the home and corporate environments.

1. Click to enter the Remote Configuration page, go to Network NAT.

Figure 3-4 NAT Setting Page

2. Check Enable UPnP, and set Mapping Types as Manual or Auto. Set Mapping Types as Auto

The Ports are read-only, and the external ports are set by the router automatically. Set Mapping Types as Manual

You can edit the external port on your demand. And then you should enable UPnP function on the router.

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Caution

Please do not arbitrarily edit the default port number. If there is a port conflict and you need to edit the port number, please modify the port number as follows.

HTTP Port

By default, the value of the HTTP port No. is 80.

Server Port

By default, the value of the Server port No. is 8000. If the value is changed, you need to enter the server port number on the login page when you log in the device by client software.

RTSP Port

Real-time transport protocol port, please make sure that the port you modified is available. By default, the value of the RTSP port No. is 554.

3. Click Save to save the settings.

3.2.4 Set Alarm Center

Configure the alarm center. When an alarm is triggered, the alarm information can be uploaded to the configured alarm center.

Steps

1. Click to enter the Remote Configuration page, go to Network Network Center Parameters.

Figure 3-5 Alarm Center Configuration

2. Select a NIC.

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Note

The device supports two wired networks and one wireless network. Each network supports uploading alarm information to one alarm center.

3. Check Enable Upload Center to enable the alarm center, and set the upload center parameters.

Notify Surveillance Center

Each NIC supports only one upload center, and the default is Net Center 1.

Server Mode

The address type of the upload center server. You can set Server Mode as IP4/IP6 or Domain Name.

IP Address/Server Domain Name

Enter the server IP address or server domain name according to the server type you set.

Port No.

The port number of the upload center. The HIK protocol defaults to 7200.

Protocol Type

The default is HIK.

User Name

Supports numbers and letters. The HIK protocol can be set to a length ranging from 6 to 9 digits.

Note

If you set the protocol type as HIK, you do not need to edit the user name.

4. Click Save.

3.2.5 Set SIP

After the SIP server address is set, the device actively registers to the SIP server, and devices under the same SIP server address can communicate with each other.

Steps

1. Click to enter the Remote Configuration page, go to Network SIP Settings.

Note

The SIP parameters need to be configured will vary as the selected intercom protocol type. For intercom protocol settings, please see Set Intercom Parameters.

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Figure 3-6 SIP Setting Page (Private Protocol)

Figure 3-7 SIP Setting Page (SIP Protocol)

Registration Status

Display the status of the device registers to the SIP server. 2. Select the Server as IP Address or Domain Name. 3. According to the selected address type, enter the IP address or domain name of the SIP server. 4. Set the Server Port and the Local Listening Port.

Server Port

The SIP server port. By default, the private SIP port is 5065 and the standard SIP port is 5060. The available server port number should be between 1024 and 65535.

Local Listening Port

The local port of the device SIP function. By default, the local listening port is 5060. The available port number should be between 1024 and 65535.

5. Configure the SIP parameters according to the selected intercom protocol. If configuring the SIP parameters based on Private Protocol, please set the Device ID, Device

Local Information, Local Listening Port, Register Period (min) and Network Type. If configuring the SIP parameters based on SIP Protocol, please enter the Register User

Name, Registration Password and Target User Name.

Device ID

Device ID is the unique identification of the device, facilitating the communication between the devices.

Device Local Information

You can enter the position information of the device for easy management.

Register Period (min)

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The interval that the device continuously registers to the SIP server, the register period ranges from 1 to 30 (min).

Network Type

Select the Network Type as Wired Network 1 or Wired Network 2.

Note

When you select a wired network, the wired network is used regardless of whether the wired network is normal; when you select a wireless network, only the wireless network is used.

Register User Name

The user name which the device registers to the SIP server.

Registration Password

The password which the device registers to the SIP server.

Target User Name

The user name of the user which the device calls. 6. Click Save.

3.2.6 Set Hik-Connect

Enable Hik-Connect service and you can add the device to Hik-Connect.

Steps

1. Click to enter the Remote Configuration page, go to Network Configuring the Hik- Connect Settings.

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Figure 3-8 Hik-Connect Setting Page

2. Check Enable Hik-Connect Access andenter the verification code to enable Hik-Connect service. 3. Optional: If you want to edit Server Address, check Custom and enter the server address.

Note

The default server address is litedev.hik-connect.com.

4. Select Network Mode. 5. Enter a verification code and click Generate QR code.

There will be a QR code displaying on the page. 6. Click Save. 7. Scan the QR code via Hik-Connect and the device will be added to Hik-Connect.

3.2.7 Access the Platform

Platform access provides you an option to manage the devices via platform.

Steps

1. Click to enter the Remote Configuration page, go to Network Platform Access.

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Figure 3-9 Platform Access Configuration

2. Check Enable Platform Access to enable the Platform Access function. 3. Set the platform access parameters.

Access Type

Select the platform to be accessed.

Server IP or Domain Name

Enter the IP address or domain name of the platform.

Access to Server Port

Enter the port number of the platform.

Panel ID

Panel ID is the unique identification of the device.

Communication Network

Select the network mode for communication with platform.

Registration Status

Display the status which the device registers to the platform. 4. Click Save, and you can access to the device via platform.

3.2.8 Set Call Center Parameters

Steps

1. Click to enter the Remote Configuration page, go to Network Call Center Configuration.

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Figure 3-10 Call Center Configuration

2. Check to enable the function 3. Set call center parameters including center type, center name, phone number, dialing times,

communication protocol, transfer mode, and receiver ID. 3. Click Save.

3.2.9 Set Intercom Parameters

Steps

1. Click to enter the Remote Configuration page, go to Network Intercom Protocol.

Figure 3-11 Intercom Parameters Configuration

2. Select the Protocol as SIP Protocol or Private Protocol. 3. Click Save.

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The device will reboot automatically after switching the protocol successfully.

3.3 Alarm Settings

3.3.1 Set Zone

The device supports four alarm input zones and two default zones (emergency call help and consulting). You need to configure zone parameters.

Steps

Note

The default zone has a default zone type, default audio file, and the default zone will automatically upload an alarm recovery report. These three parameters (Zone Type, Audio File and Upload Alarm Recovery Report) do not need to be set.

1. In the client software, go to Maintenance and Management Device Management, select the

device in the device list, and click to enter the Remote Configuration page. 2. Go to Input Settings Zone.

Figure 3-12 Zone Configuration Page

3. Select an zone, click .

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Figure 3-13 Set Zone Parameters

4. Set zone parameters.

Name

Zone name.

Detector Type

The detector type of the zone.

Zone Type

Four zone type can be set for Non-default zones: Instant Zone, Fire Zone, 24-hour Non-voiced Zone, Shield Zone.

Instant Zone

In the armed state, as long as the detector connected to the zone is triggered, an alarm is generated immediately without delay.

Fire Zone

The fire zone must be set to a 24-hour alarm zone. When the fire zone is triggered, start the external siren/sounder.

24-hour Non-voiced Zone

The detector working in 24-hour non-voiced zone is in an alert state for 24 hours, and will not be affected by the disarming operation. Once triggered, the information is immediately uploaded to the center with no alarm sound.

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Shield Zone

No events will trigger an alarm.

Sensitivity

The default value is 500 ms.

Audio File

Select an audio file for zone.

Upload Alarm Recovery Report

If check Upload Alarm Recovery Report, the report will be uploaded to the center when the alarm is restored.

5. Select the zone linkage.

Linked Siren After the zone is triggered, the selected siren sounds.

Alarm Lamp After the zone is triggered, the selected alarm lamp is on.

Linked Relay After the zone is triggered, the selected trigger outputs.

Note

The relay output can set the output delay time, that is, when the zone is triggered, the trigger outputs a signal, and the trigger will turn off the output after the output delay time ends. Please refer to the user manual for the output delay time setting.

Channel After the zone is triggered, the selected video channel is linked.

Other You can select Recording Linkage and FTP Linkage.

RRecording Linkage

After the zone is triggered, the event video is recorded.

FFTP Linkage

After the zone is triggered, the event image is captured.

6. Optional: Click Copy to..., copy the zone parameter configuration to other zones. 7. Click Save.

3.3.2 Set Relay

Configure the relay parameters, include the relay name and the output delays.

Steps

1. Click to enter the Remote Configuration page, go to Output Settings Relay. 2. Select a relay and click , set the relay parameters.

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Figure 3-14 Relay Configuration Page

Name

The relay name.

Output Delay(s)

The output delay time, can be set from 0 to 2000s. After the zone event is triggered, the relay will turn off the relay output after the output delay time is ended.

3. Click Save. 4. Optional: Click Copy to..., you can copy the relay settings to other relays.

3.3.3 Set Call Waiting

Configure the call waiting parameters, include the maximum ring duration and waiting time.

Steps

1. Click to enter the Remote Configuration page, go to Output Settings Waiting.

Figure 3-15 Call Waiting Settings Page

2. Set the call waiting parameters.

Calling Duration

The playback time of the calling tone when calling, can be set from 40 s to 80 s.

Waiting Time

The extended playback time of the prompt tone based on the maximum ring time when calling the center station and pressing the call waiting button, can be set from 10 seconds to 60 s.

3. Click Save.

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3.3.4 Set Voice Prompt

Steps

1. Click to enter the Remote Configuration page, go to Output Settings Voice Prompt.

Figure 3-16 Voice Prompt Configuration Page

2. Set the Center Busy File, Refuse Prompt, Voice Talk Ending Prompt, and Panic Alarm Prompt Sound.

3. Optional: Configure the mute program. 1) Check Enable to enable the mute program. 2) Click and drag the mouse on the time bar to draw the scheduled time period. 3) Optional: Edit the time period.

Modify the time period Click and select the added time period, drag to modify the time period position; click and select the added time period, then moves the cursor to both ends of the time period, when the cursor becomes a double arrow, you can drag the mouse left and right to modify the time period.

Delete one time period Click and select the time period, and click Delete to delete the selected time period.

Delete all time periods Click Clear to delete all time periods.

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The device will be muted during the configured time period. 4. Click Save.

3.4 Alarm Management

3.4.1 Manage Relay

Open or close the relay via client software.

Click to enter the Remote Configuration page, go to Alarm Management Relay

Figure 3-17 Relay Management Page

Check the relays that need to be turned on/off. Click Enable/Locked to change the relay switch status. Click Refresh, you can refresh the relay switch status.

3.4.2 Manage Audio Input/Output

Configure the audio input/audio output mode and the volume of the corresponding mode.

Steps

1. Click to enter the Remote Configuration page, go to Alarm Management Audio In/Out.

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Figure 3-18 Alarm Input/Output Configuration Page

2. Set the audio input/output mode and volume.

Note

spkOut is the device's own audio input/output. lineOut1 are 3.5mm hole interfaces, which can connect to the external microphones and speakers. The device defaults to micIn and spkOut.

3. Click Save.

3.4.3 Manage Siren

Open/Close the siren via the client software.

Steps

1. Click to enter the Remote Configuration page, go to Alarm Management Siren.

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Figure 3-19 Siren Management Page

2. Select a siren and enable Status to open the siren, or disable Status to close the siren. 3. Optional: Click Refresh to refresh the siren status.

3.4.4 Manage Alarm Light

Open/Close the strobe lamp via the client software.

Steps

1. Click to enter the Remote Configuration page, go to Alarm Management Alarm Lamp.

Figure 3-20 Alarm Light Management Page

2. Check the strobe light in the list, and click Enable/Locked to open or close the selected strobe light.

3. Optional: Click Refresh to refresh the strobe light status.

3.4.5 Manage Audio File

Upload the custom audio files to SD card, and delete the audio file in the SD card.

Before You Start

Insert the SD card into the device.

Steps

1. Click to enter the Remote Configuration page, go to Alarm Management Audio File.

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Figure 3-21 Audio File Management

2. Upload the custom audio files. 1) Click View to select the audio file (can be selected in batch). 2) Check the audio file in the Upload File list and click Upload.

Note

Supported Audio file format: .mp3 and .wav (8 kHz, 16 bit, and single track). The file name can't contain spaces at the beginning and end. The length of the file name should be not more than 31, and the file name cannot contain symbols: ?\/*<>|. Each audio file size up to 2MB, and up to 16 audio files are uploaded. An audio file will be overwritten if uploading an audio file with the same name.

3. Optional: Delete the audio files in the SD card. 1) In the File List, click Refresh to display the audio files. 2) Check the audio file needs to be deleted, click Delete.

The function using the deleted audio files will restore the default audio file configuration.

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3.4.6 Manage Strobe Light Flicking

Enable the strobe light flicking, and you can configure the strobe light flicking schedule.

Steps

1. Click to enter the Remote Configuration page, go to Alarm Management Alarm Lamp Flicking.

2. You can enable the strobe light flicking or configure the schedule. Enable the strobe light flicking

Click Alarm Lamp Flicking. Check Enable Alarm Lamp Flicking to enable flicking, and set the duration and interval of the strobe light flicking.

Figure 3-22 Strobe Light Flicking Page

Enable the strobe light flicking schedule You can configure the strobe light flicking schedule for the device, and the strobe light will flick in the scheduled time. Click Strobe Light Schedule. Check Enable Strobe Light by Schedule to enable schedule, click Enable Strobe Light drag the mouse to draw the time period for opening the strobe light.

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Figure 3-23 Strobe Light Flicking Schedule

Note

You can delete the drawn time period. Select a time period, and click Delete to delete it. Click Clear to delete all time period.

3. Click Save.

3.5 Event Settings

3.5.1 Schedule Settings

Configure the recording and capture schedule.

Click to enter the Remote Configuration page, go to Event Schedule.

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Figure 3-24 Schedule Configuration Page

Select a camera, and configure the record and capture schedule. Click Save to save the settings.

Note

The panic alarm station without camera does not support capture schedule configuration.

Record schedule configuration

Local Recording

Check Local Recording to enable the recording.

Recording Type

Main Stream and Sub Stream is optional.

Recording Schedule

Click the drop-down box of Recording Schedule, and configure the recording schedule. There are three schedules. The schedule template (not editable) that comes with the system, such as all-day template,

weekday template and event template. Editable schedule template01 to template08. For detailed edit method, see Set System

Schedule. Custom schedule. For detailed edit method, see Set Custom Schedule.

Advanced Settings

Click Advanced Settings and set the pre-recording time, Post-recording time, and record audio as needed.

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Figure 3-25 Advanced Settings of Record

Pre-record

The pre-recording time can be selected as 5 s or not pre-record.

Post-record

The delay recording time can be selected as 5 s or 10 s.

Record Audio

The record audio can be set as Yes or No. If you select Yes, record file will contain audio.

Capture schedule configuration

Capture Settings

Check Capture Settings to enable the capture schedule.

Capture Schedule

Click the drop-down box of Capture Schedule, and configure the capture schedule. The settings of capture schedule is the same as the settings of recording schedule.

Advanced Settings

Click Advanced Settings and configure the capture settings.

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Figure 3-26 Advanced Settings of Capture

Continuous capture configuration Check Continuous Capture to enable the timed capture function, which can capture the image at regular intervals according to the set interval.

Resolution

Select the picture resolution. By default, it is HD720p(1280720).

Image Quality

Set the image quality. The higher the value, the better the image quality.

Interval

Timed capture based on this time interval. Event capture configuration

Check Event Capture to enable the event capture function, which can capture multiple pictures when an event is triggered.

Resolution

Select the picture resolution. By default, it is HD720p(1280720).

Image Quality

Set the image quality. The higher the value, the better the image quality.

Interval

The interval between the two event captures.

Count

The total number of the event capture.

Set System Schedule

Steps

1. Select and click the text box of system editable template (Template01 to Template08). 2. Click Edit to go to the editing page.

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3. Optional: Select the schedule type. Continuous: Regardless of whether an event is triggered or not, the system records video

according to the scheduled recording time period. Event: The event is recorded during the scheduled recording time period when the event is

triggered. Zone: If an alarm occurs in the zone and the channel linkage of the zone is set, the event is

recorded during the scheduled recording time period.

Note

You can refer to Set Zone for channel linkage settings.

Panic Alarm/ Asking for Help: The panic alarm /asking for help event is recorded during scheduled recording time period when there is a panic alarm call for help.

Note

If the schedule template does not have the schedule type selection button, you can skip this step.

4. Move the mouse to the time bar. When the cursor changes to a pen, click and drag the mouse within the time bar to draw the schedule time period.

5. Edit the schedule time period.

Modify the time period

Move the mouse to the time period that has been drawn. When the cursor changes to the hand, click the drag time period to modify the time period position; move the mouse to the end of the drawn time period, when the cursor changes to double arrow, you can drag the mouse to modify the time period.

Delete a time period Select the time period, and click to delete it.

Delete all time period

Click to delete all.

Copy the time period Select the time period and click , you can check the day and copy the current time period to the checked day.

6. Click Save.

Set Custom Schedule

Steps

1. Check Custom to go to the custom schedule editing page. 2. Draw the schedule time period. For detailed, see Set System Schedule. 3. Click Save.

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3.5.2 Set Audio Exception Detection

Audio exception detection means that when the sound in the environment is detected as sudden increase of sound intensity or sharp decrease of sound intensity, an alarm output will be triggered.

Steps

1. On the Remote Configuration page, go to Event Audio Exception Detection

Figure 3-27 Audio Exception Detection Configuration Page

2. According to actual needs, select and check Enable Sudden Increase of Sound Intensity, Enable Sudden Decrease of Sound Intensity. And set the parameters.

Note

Sensitivity(50) and Sound Intensity Thresholds(50) can be set from 1 to 100 and default to 50.

3. Click the drop-down box of Arming Schedule and set the arming schedule for audio exception detection.

Note

There are three schedules. The schedule template (not editable) that comes with the system, such as all-day template,

weekday template and event template. Editable schedule template01 to template08. For detailed edit method, see Set System

Schedule.

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Custom schedule. For detailed edit method, see Set Custom Schedule.

4. Check Trigger Alarm Output, select and check the alarm output signal that is linked when the audio exception is detected.

5. Click Save.

Result

During the configured arming schedule, the audio anomaly event is detected according to the enabled detection items, and the selected alarm output signal is linked when the audio exception is detected.

3.6 Video & Audio Settings

3.6.1 Video & Audio Settings

Configure the image quality, resolution and other parameters of the camera.

Click to enter the Remote Configuration page, click Image Video & Audio.

Figure 3-28 Video & Audio Configuration Page

Select a camera, and set the video and audio parameters. Click Save to save the settings.

Note

You can click Copy to... to copy the parameters to other camera. After editing the video and audio parameters, the device won't reboot. Please combine the actual demand and storage capacity to configure the video and audio

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parameters.

Video Stream

The stream type of camera can be set as Main Stream or Sub Stream. By default, it is Main Stream. The main stream is used for HD storage and preview; the sub stream is used for SD storage and preview when the network bandwidth is insufficient.

Video Type

The video type can be set as Video or Video & Audio. By default, it is Video & Audio, where video contains sound and images. If you don't need sound, choose Video Stream.

Bitrate Type

The bitrate type can be set as Constant or Variable. By default, it is Constant, where you should select a constant value from the Bitrate drop-down box. You are supposed to select the maximum bitrate when the bitrate type is set as Variable.

Video Quality

You are able to choose different level of the video quality. The video quality is not optional by default when the bitrate type is Constant.

Resolution

According to the requirements for video clarity, the higher the resolution, the higher the bandwidth requirement for the network.

Frame Rate

Video frames per second. According to the actual bandwidth setting, the higher the video frame rate, the higher the required bandwidth and the higher the required storage space.

I Frame Interval

The number of frames between the two key frames before and after. The larger the I frame interval is, the smaller the code stream fluctuation is, but the image quality is relatively poor. Otherwise, the code stream fluctuation is larger and the image quality is higher. It is recommended to use the default value.

Audio Encoding Type

When the stream type is the Main Stream, the audio encoding type can be set as G711_U, AAC or PCM. And the audio encoding type of the sub stream is the same as the audio encoding type set in the main stream.

Video Encoding Type

By default, it is STD_H264.

SVC

It is a scalable video coding technology. The SVC function can be used for framed video recording to reduce storage space. The framed video file still supports normal decoding. When the SVC function is selected to be On, both the storage device and the decoding device must be

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required to support the function. When the SVC function is selected as Auto, the device will adapt to the current network environment and decide whether to send framed video to ensure that the image can be previewed normally.

File Size

According to the video and audio parameters, the video file size of the whole day will be automatically calculated.

Note

After the video and audio parameters are changed, the device won't reboot. Please combine the actual demand and storage capacity to configure the video and audio

parameters.

3.6.2 Set Display

Edit the display information of the camera.

Click to enter the Remote Configuration page, go to Image View Scale.

Figure 3-29 View Scale Settings Page

Select a camera from the drop-down box to configure the display parameters of the camera,

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including display position, display format and optional display content, you are able to add custom display information.

Editing the display position

Drag the blue box on the live view page to change the position of the display information, click Save, and then the position of the display information will be updated.

Editing the display format

Date Format

Select the display format of the date in the Date Format Drop-Down box.

Time Format

Select Time Format as 24-hour or 12-hour.

OSD Format Size

There are four freely combined display status to choose from depending on whether the display information is transparent or flashing. For example, when the display status is Transparent & Blinking, the displayed information will be displayed with a certain transparency and will flash. .

Editing the display content

You are able to select the display content optionally, edit the camera name, and add the custom display content. Selecting the display content

According to your requirement, check Display Name, Display Date, Display Week to display the selected display content. Click Save to save the settings.

Editing the camera name Editing the camera name in the Camera Name text box and click Save.

Adding custom display content Click the right area of the check box in the Text Overlay List and enter display content in the text box. Check the text and click Save to display the custom information.

Note

You can drag the content to modify the location, or remove the check to cancel the display.

3.6.3 Set Image Parameters

For the device with camera, you can set the image parameters for camera.

Click to enter the Remote Configuration page, go to Image Picture Settings.

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Figure 3-30 Picture Settings Page

Select a camera to configure the video parameters, including brightness, contrast, saturation and sharp.

Note

By default, the brightness is 6, the contrast is 5, the saturation is 6, and the sharp is 50.

Click Default, you can restore all video parameters to default.

3.6.4 Set Intercom Audio

Click to enter the Remote Configuration page, go to Image Intercom Audio.

Figure 3-31 Intercom Audio Configuration Page

Select the Audio Encoding Type as G711_U, PCM, ADPCM, AAC, or OPUS from the drop-down box. And click Save to save the settings.

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3.7 System Settings

3.7.1 Set Time

Click to enter the Remote Configuration page, go to Device Information Time.

Figure 3-32 Time Setting Page

You can set the time zone, NTP, DST on the Time page. You can also click Synchronization to implement SDK synchronization.

3.7.2 Set System Parameters

Set the device name, device No. and configure the video files.

Click to enter the Remote Configuration page, go to System General Parameters.

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Figure 3-33 System Parameters Setting Page

Set the device name and device No., and select Yes or No from the Overwrite Record Files drop- down box. Click Save to save the settings.

Note

Select Overwrite Record Files as Yes, the new video file will overwrite the earliest video file when the device storage is full.

3.7.3 Set Security

Enable/disable SSH service, which is used to provide security configuration for remote debugging.

Click to enter the Remote Configuration page, go to System Security.

Figure 3-34 Security Parameters Configuration Page

Check Enable SSH to enable SSH service, and click Save.

Note

By default, the SSH service is not enabled. The default setting will be restored after the restart.

3.7.4 Set Password

Set the maximum password attempts, the lock duration of the locked user. And you can unlock the user remotely.

Steps

1. Click to enter the Remote Configuration page, go to System Password Management.

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Figure 3-35 Password Management Page

IP Address

The IP address of the terminal in which the locked user logs.

Unlock

The user's access lock status on the corresponding IP address. 2. Enable the access lock function and set the lock parameters.

1) Check Access Lock to enable the access lock function. 2) Set the user lock parameters, including maximum password attempts and lock duration.

Max. Password Attempts

The maximum times that the user attempts to enter the password. By default, it is 7, the available value is 3 to 10.

Lock Time

The lock duration of the locked user. The available value is 10 to 3600 s. 3) Click Save.

3. Optional: Click Unlock All to unlock all user.

3.7.5 Set User

Steps

Note

The device only has the admin user and only supports modifying the admin user password.

1. Click to enter the Remote Configuration page, go to System User. 2. Edit the admin user password.

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1) Select the admin user and click Edit. 2) Enter the new password and confirm it. 3) Click Save.

Figure 3-36 Edit Admin User

3.7.6 Search for Log

Search and view the alarm logs, exception logs, operation logs and event logs.

Click to enter the Remote Configuration page, go to System Log Query. You can set the search criteria and click Search, and the search result is in the list.

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Figure 3-37 Search and View the Log

Note

You can click Backup and download the search result.

3.7.7 Maintain the System

System management and remote upgrade.

Click to enter the Remote Configuration page, go to System System Maintenance.

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Figure 3-38 System Maintenance Page

System Management

You can reboot the device, restore default settings, restore all settings, and import/export configuration file.

Reboot

Restart the device.

Restore Default Settings

Restore the default settings, that is, except the IP address and user information, all other parameters of the device will be restored to factory default settings.

Restore All

Restore all the parameters to factory default settings, and the device needs to be reactivated after restoring the parameters to default.

Import Configuration File

Import the configuration file from the client software to the device.

Note

The configuration file contains the parameter information of the device. It is required to enter the password created when exporting when import a file.

Export Configuration File

Export the configuration file from the device to the client software.

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Note

The configuration file contains the parameter information of the device. It is required to set a password for the exported file. The password is used for importing verification.

Remote Upgrade

Upgrade the device remotely via the client software. Click and select the upgrading file. And click Upgrade to upgrade the device.

Note

An invalid upgrade occurs when using a mismatched upgrade file, and then the device program is still the program before the upgrade.

Caution

Do not power off the device during the upgrade process.

3.7.8 Check Video & Audio Status

Automatically or manually check the video and audio status.

Click to enter the Remote Configuration page, go to System Video/Audio Self-Check.

Figure 3-39 Video/Audio Self-Check

Auto check

Check the video and audio status automatically.

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Check Enable, set the detection time and click Save.

Note

The detection time can be selected as none, everyday or one day of the week.

None

Auto check function is not enabled.

Everyday

Check every day according to the set time.

One day of the week

The device performs a check at the set time on this day of the week.

Manual check

Click Verity to start the check and the check results are displayed in the list.

Table 3-1 Description of Check Results

Check results Description

Normal Video/audio input/audio output signal is normal.

Abnormal Video/audio input/audio output signal is loss.

Unknown Audio input is abnormal and cannot detect audio output status.

3.7.9 View Device Information

Click to enter the Remote Configuration page, go to Device Information Device Information.

Figure 3-40 Device Information Page

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3.8 Set Camera

Configure the camera parameters, including the camera, WDR (Wide Dynamic Range) function, and video standard.

3.8.1 Add Camera

Add, modify and delete an external network camera, and enable the camera.

Steps

Note

Only one network camera can be added to the device.

1. Click to enter the Remote Configuration page, go to System Camera.

Figure 3-41 Camera

2. Add a camera. 1) Click Add, and enter the IP address. port, user name, and password of the camera. 2) Click Next, select the camera number. 3) Click Save

3. Optional: You can select the camera in the list, and click Edit to edit the camera parameters, or click Delete to delete the added camera.

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4. Click Save. 5. Optional: Click Refresh to refresh the camera status.

3.8.2 Set Video Parameters

Click to enter the Remote Configuration page, go to CCD Video Parameters.

Figure 3-42 Video Configuration Page

Select the camera from the drop-down box. Click Save.

3.8.3 Set WDR

When WDR is enabled, the device automatically balances the brightest and darkest parts of the camera picture, improving the dynamic range of the overall picture to see more details of the camera picture.

Steps

1. Click to enter the Remote Configuration page, go to CCD WDR.

Figure 3-43 WDR function Configuration

2. Select a camera, set Wide Dynamic Mode as Enable. 3. Set Wide Dynamic Level.

Note

The WDR level can change the wide dynamic strength.

4. Click Save to enable WDR.

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3.8.4 Set Other Parameters

Steps

1. Click to enter the Remote Configuration page, go to CCD Other.

Figure 3-44 Video Standard Configuration Page

2. Select a camera, and set the video standard, mirror and rotate.

Note

When selecting Video Standard as PAL (50HZ), the highest frame rate is 25 fps, and when selecting Video Standard as NTSC (60HZ), the highest frame rate is 30 fps.

3. Click Save to save settings.

Result

The changed video standard parameters take effect after restarting the device.

3.9 Storage Settings

3.9.1 Initialize HHD

In order to store pictures and video files, you must format the MicroSD card first.

Steps

1. In the client software, go to Device Management, select the device in the device list, and click

to enter the Remote Configuration page. 2. Click Storage General.

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Figure 3-45 HDD Parameters Configuration Page

3. Set the storage quota, and click Save. 4. Select and check the MicroSD card, click Format.

Note

The progress bar shows the formatted process. When the MicroSD card is formatted, the status of the MicroSD card will display Active.

3.9.2 Search for File

Search and download the record file and captured picture.

Steps

1. Click to enter the Remote Configuration page, go to Storage File. 2. Select the searched file type as Record File or Picture. 3. Select the camera, recording type, start time and end time, and click Search.

The search results are displayed in the list. 4. Click Download to download the result to PC.

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3.10 Check Status

3.10.1 Check Zone Status

Click to enter the Remote Configuration page, go to Status Zone, you can view the status of zone alarm.

3.10.2 Check Relay Status

Click to enter the Remote Configuration page, go to Status Relay, you can view the relay status.

3.10.3 Check Siren Status

Click to enter the Remote Configuration page, go to Status Siren, you can view the siren status.

3.10.4 Check Alarm Lamp Status

Click to enter the Remote Configuration page, go to Status Alarm Lamp, you can view the alarm lamp status.

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Chapter 4 Web Client Settings

Enter device IP in the browser, enter user name and password to log in to the website.

4.1 Live View

You can see channel status, alarm log, zone, local relay, network status, device information, hardware status, etc. on live view page.

Figure 4-1 Live View Page

4.2 Configuration

4.2.1 System

System Settings Basic Information

Click System System Settings Basic Information. You can change device name in this page. And you can see device No., Model, Serial NO., version, etc.

System Settings Time Information

Click System System Settings Time Settings. Select Time Zone.

NTP

Configure Server Address, NTP Port and Interval. The device will periodically synchronize time

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from the FTP server according to the interval.

Manual Time Sync.

Click Sync. with computer time, the computer time will be synced to the device. Enable DST. Configure Start Time, End Time and DST Bias. Click Save.

System Settings About

Click System System Settings Time Settings. Click View Licenses to view open source software licenses.

User Management

Click System User Management. You can see all online users.

4.2.2 Network

Network Settings

Steps 1. Click Network Network Settings TCP/IP. 2. Enter IPv4 Address, IPv4 Subnet Mask, etc., or enable DHCP to get address automatically. 3. Click Save.

Network Service

Steps 1. Click Network Network Service. 2. Configure port parameters.

Note

Please do not change the default port parameters at will. When there is a port conflict and you need to change the port number, please change the following information accordingly.

HTTP(S)

- HTTP

The default HTTP port is 80. To change the port, you need to add the changed port number

after the address when you log in using the browser. For example, if the HTTP port number

changes to 81, you need to enter http://192.168.1.64:81 (The front part of ":" is the current IP

address of the device).

- HTTPS

The default HTTPS port is 443. The range is 1 to 65535.

- HTTP Listening

Select Server Type as IP or Domain Name. Enter IP or domain name, URL and port.

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RTSP

The default RTSP port is 554. It is the real time transport protocol port. Please ensure that the

port you changed is available. Sever Port

The default server port is 8000. When using the client to log in, if the server port is changed,

you need to enter the port number in the login page. 3. Go to NAT page, enable UPnP to open the device port. 4. Select Port Mapping Mode as Auto or Manual.

Auto

You do not need to set port mapping on the router. You can open the port only by enabling

UPnP.

Manual

When you select Manual and enable UPnP, you need to enter the external port number and enable UPnP on the router to open the port. You do not need to change the port of the devi ce itself.

5. Click Save.

Device Access - SIP

After setting the SIP server, the device will be enrolled to the SIP server automatically. The devices under the same SIP server address can communicate with each other. Click Network Device Access SIP. Private Protocol Steps 1. Enable SIP.

Enrollment Status Display the device enrollment status. If the device has been enrolled to the SIP server, it displays Enrolled. Otherwise it displays Not Enrolled.

2. Select IPv4 or Domain. 3. Set parameters.

Device ID The device ID can only be set as a number and no more than 6 digits. It is a unique identificati on of the device, which facilitates the interaction between the panic alarm center station and front-end device.

Device Location You can enter the device location information with a maximum of 32 characters.

User Information You can enter IP, Server Port, Enrollment Password, etc.

Local Port The default local port is 5060.

Enrollment Period The time interval between devices registering with the SIP server.

4. Click Save.

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Standard SIP Protocol Steps 1. Enable SIP.

Enrollment Status Display the device enrollment status. If the device has been enrolled to the SIP server, it displays Enrolled. Otherwise it displays Not Enrolled.

2. Select IPv4 or Domain. 3. Set parameters.

User Information You can enter IP, Server Port, User Name, Enrollment Password, etc.

Local Port The default local port is 5060.

4. Click Save.

Device Access Hik-Connect

Ezviz is a micro video service platform. After enrolling devices to Ezviz platform, you can access the devices through Ezviz. Steps 1. Click Network Device Access Hik-Connect. 2. Enable Ezviz Cloud.

Note

When it is enabled for the first time, you need to set the verification code.

3. Set Server Address. You can select default or custom. When Custom is checked, you need to set the server address manually. You can contact the technical support to get the address.

4. Set Network Mode. The default mode is wired network. 5. Enter the set verification code. The code is a 6-digit random code used for QR code encryption. It can be set to 6~12 characters and supports English letters (case sensitive) and numbers. It is recommended to combine more than 8 digits of numbers and letters. 6. Click View to see the Hik-Connect QR code. 7. Click Save.

Device Access - ISUP

ISUP platform refers to Intelligent Security Uplink Protocol. Steps 1. Click Network Device Access ISUP. 2. Enable ISUP. 3. Select Protocol Version as Ehome2.0 or ISUP5.0. 4. Select Server Type as IPv4 or Domain. 5. Set parameters.

Port The default port number is 7660. The range is 2000 to 65535.

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Device ID The device ID number can only be set as a number and no more than 6 digits. The ID is the unique identification of the device, which facilitates the interaction between the panic alarm center station and front-end device.

6. Click Save.

Device Access Open Network Video Interface

Steps 1. Click Network Device Access Open Network Video Interface. 2. Enable Open Network Video Interface. 3. Click Add. Enter user name and password to add the user.

4. Click to modify the user, and click to delete the user. 5. Click Save.

Alarm Communication

Network Center

Steps 1. Click Network Alarm Communication Network Center. 2. Enable Wired Network and set parameters.

Server Type Address type of central server. You can select as IPv4 or Domain.

IP/Domain Enter the IP address or domain name of the server according to the set server type.

Port The central port number. The HIK protocol is 7200 by default.

Protocol The default protocol is HIK Protocol.

User Name It supports numbers and letters. The HIK protocol can set the length range to 6~9 digits.

Turning Center

Steps 1. Click Network Alarm Communication Turning Center. 2. Enable Alarm Receiver Center and set parameters.

Center Name It supports numbers and letters.

Center Number Only 0 to 9 and F can be entered.

Receiver Identification Account The number can only be 4 digits.

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4.2.3 Video/Audio

Configure the video and audio parameters of the channels.

Video

Click Video/Audio Video to set video parameters, which will take effect after saving. Stream Type

You can select Main Stream or Sub-Stream to see the live view. The default type is main stream. Main stream is used for high-definition storage and preview. Sub-stream is used for standard definition storage and preview when the network bandwidth is insufficient.

Video Type You can select Mixed Flow or Video Flow. The default is mixed flow, that is, the video contains sound and pictures. If you do not need sound, you can select video flow.

Resolution Select according to the requirements of video definition. The higher the resolution, the higher the network bandwidth required.

Bit Rate Type You can select Constant Bit Rate or Variable Bit Rate. The default is constant bit rate. If constant bit rate is selected, you need to select a fixed rate value; if variable bit rate is selected, you need to select a limit value of the rate.

Image Quality You can select different levels of image quality according to your requirements. The higher the quality, the higher the network bandwidth required. When the bit rate is constant bit rate, the image quality can not be selected by default.

Frame Rate Display the number of frames per second of the video. According to the bandwidth settings, the higher the frame rate, the higher network bandwidth required, and the higher the storage space required.

I Frame Interval The number of frames between the two key frames. The larger the I frame interval is, the smaller the code stream fluctuation is, but the image quality is relatively poor. On the contrary, the larger the code stream fluctuation is, the higher the image quality is. It is recommended to use the default value.

Video Encoding The default video encoding type is H.264.

SVC Encoding It is an expandable video encoding technology. The SVC function can be used to extract frames for video recording to reduce storage space. The video files after frame extraction still support normal decoding. When the SVC function is enabled, the storage device and the decoding device should all support this function. When the SVC function is selected as automatic, the device will adapt to the current network environment and decide whether to send frames to ensure that the image can be previewed normally.

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The video and audio encoding type supported by the current device. When the stream type is the main stream, the types are G.711ulaw, AAC, PCM; The sub-tream is consistent with the main stream.

Audio

Steps 1. Click Video/Audio Audio. 2. Set parameters.

Audio Encoding The current device supports G.711ulaw, AAC, OPUS, PCM and ADPCM.

Audio Input The input type is micln by default. You can set the volume.

Audio Output The output type is spkOut. You can set the volume.

3. Click Save.

Figure 4-2 Audio Parameters

4.2.4 Image

Display Settigs

Steps 1. Click Image Display Settings. 2. Select the channel and set parameters.

Image Adjustment Drag the slider or enter a number to adjust the brightness, contrast, saturation, and

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sharpness of the image. Backlight Settings

Enable WDR or HLC. Drag the slider or enter a number to adjust the wide dynamic level. Video Adjustment

Select Mirror. The video can show left/right, up/down or center images. Or you can select to disable this function. Enable Rotate, the video can rotate. Select Video Standard as PAL(50HZ) or NTSC(60HZ)

OSD Settigs

Steps 1. Click Image OSD Settings. 2. Set parameters.

Change Display Position Drag the red box on the preview interface to change the position of the displayed informatio. After saving, the displayed information will be updated to a new position.

Change Display Format - Date Format You can select the date display format in the date format drop-down box. - Time Format You can select 24-hour or 12-hour format in the time format drop-down box. - Display Mode According to whether the display information is transparent or flashing, there are four freely combined display mode for selection. For example, if the display mode is transparent and flashing, the information will be displayed with a certain transparency and will flash. - OSD Size You can select the font size in the OSD size drop-down box. - Alignment You can select Align Left, Custom, Align Right or International Mode in the alignment drop- down box.

Change Display Content You can select the display content on the image, including the channel name, date and week, or change the channel name and add customized display content. - Display Content Select whether to display the name, date or week according to your need. After selecting, the corresponding information will be displayed on the image. - Channel Name You can change the channel name in the channel name text box. - Custom In the Text Overlay interface below, click +Add, and the text input box will appear. Enter content, and the customized content will be displayed in the image.

3. Change the image refresh time interval above the screen.

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Figure 4-3 OSD Settings

4.2.5 Device

Zone Settings

Steps 1. Click Device Zone. 2. Click to enter the Zone Settings page. 3. Set parameters.

Detector Type Type of zone detector.

Zone Type - Instant Under the arming status, as long as the detector connected to the zone is triggered, the alarm controller will immediately generate an alarm without delay. - Fire The fire zone is a 24-hour alarm zone. When the fire zone is triggered, the external sounder will give a fire alarm sound. - 24H Silent Zone Detectors working in this zone are on alert for 24 hours, and will not be affected by arming and disarming operations. Once triggered, they will immediately transmit information to the command center, but there is no alarm sound. - Disabled No event will trigger an alarm.

Audio File Select the zone audio file. Mute can be selected.

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After enabling, when the alarm is recovered, the report will be uploaded to the center. 4. Check the Link Relay, Linked Channel, etc. 5. (Optional) Click Copy to, copy the zone parameters to other zones. 6. Click Save.

Siren Settings

Steps 1. Click Device Siren. 2. Enable Sounder Switch. 3. Click Save.

Strobe Light Settings

Steps 1. Click Device Strobe Light. 2. Enable Strobe Light Switch. 3. Enable Scheduled Flashing, enter lighting duration and light off duration. The strobe light will flash according to the scheduled time. 4. Enable Flashing Schedule. 5. Click Flashing, move the mouse over the time bar, and long press and drag the left mouse button to draw the time period.

Figure 4-4 Flashing Schedule Settings 6. Edit the time period.

Edit Time Period Length and Start/End Time Click the drawn time period to adjust the start/end time in the pop-up window. Delete Time Period

Click Erase, long press and drag the mouse on the drawn time period to erase. Delete All Time Period

Click Clear All, you can delete all drawn time period. Copy Time Period

Move the mouse to the time bar, click in the right of the day, and select time period to

copy to that day. Click OK to save.

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7. Click Save.

Relay Settings

Steps 1. Click Device Relay. 2. Click to set relay parameters.

Output Delay After the zone event is triggered, the relay will close the relay output after the output delay. The setting range is 0 to 2000 seconds.

3. Click Save. 4. Check the relay, click ON or OFF to open or close the relay. Auxiliary Power Output Steps 1. Click Device Auxiliary Power Output. 2. Enable Switch of Auxiliary Power Output. 3. Click Save.

Network Camera Settings

Steps 1. Click Device Network Camera. 2. Click Click to Add. 3. Enter IP, Port No, user name and password. Click Save to add the camera. 4. Click Delete Camera to delete.

4.2.6 Storage

Storage Management

Click Storage Storage Management. View SD card status and capacity.

Record Schedule

Steps 1. Click Storage Schedule Settings Record Schedule. 2. Enable record schedule. 3. Click Schedule, Event, Zone Alarm or Panic Alarm.

Schedule No matter whether there is an event trigger or not, the system will record according to the scheduled recording time.

Event During the selected time, when the event is triggered, the event will be recorded.

Zone Alarm During the selected time, when an alarm occurs in the zone, the event will be recorded.

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During the selected time, when there is an emergency call for help, the call will be recorded. 4. Move the mouse over the time bar, long press and drag the left mouse button to draw the time period.

Figure 4-5 Record Schedule Settings

5. Edit the time period.

Edit Time Period Length and Start/End Time Click the drawn time period to adjust the start/end time in the pop-up window.

Delete Time Period Click Erase, long press and drag the mouse on the drawn time period to erase.

Delete All Time Period Click Clear All, you can delete all drawn time period.

Copy Time Period

Move the mouse to the time bar, click in the right of the day, and select time period to

copy to that day. Click OK to save. 6. Set advanced parameters.

Video Coverage Enable to support video coverage.

Record Audio Enable to record audio during recording.

Stream Type Select Main Stream or Sub-Stream.

Pre-Recording Time The time before the start time point of the record schedule.

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The time after the end time point of the record schedule. 7. Click Save.

Capture

Steps 1. Click Storage Schedule Settings Capture. 2. Enable capture schedule.

Note

Please refer to Record Schedule Settings to set the capture schedule.

3. Set capture parameters. Scheduled Capture

Enable to select Image Quality and set Capture Interval. Trigger by Event

Enable to select Image Quality and set Capture Interval and Capture Number. 4. Click Save.

4.2.7 Event

Steps 1. Click Event Exception Detection Audio Quality Diagnosis.

Figure 4-6 Audio Quality Diagnosis 2. Enable Sound Sudden Increase and Sound Sudden Decrease according to your needs, and set sensitivity and threshold. 3. Click Audio Detection, move the mouse over the time bar, and long press and drag the left

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mouse button to draw the time period. 4. Edit the time period.

Edit Time Period Length and Start/End Time Click the drawn time period to adjust the start/end time in the pop-up window.

Delete Time Period Click Erase, long press and drag the mouse on the drawn time period to erase.

Delete All Time Period Click Clear All, you can delete all drawn time period.

Copy Time Period Move the mouse to the time bar, click in the right of the day, and select time period to copy to that day. Click OK to save.

5. Select alarm output linkage. 6. Click Save.

4.2.8 Two-way Audio Settings

Calling Settings

Steps 1. Click Two-way Audio Settings Calling Settings. 2. Configure parameters.

Call Timeout Refers to the playing time of the call prompt tone. The range is 40 to 60 seconds.

Call Extension Time When you press the call wait during calling the panic alarm center station, the extension time of the prompt tone based on the maximum ringing time is call extension time. The range is 10 to 60 seconds.

3. Click Save.

Voice Prompt

Steps 1. Click Two-way Audio Settings Voice Prompt. 2. Configure Call Waiting Tone, Reject Tone, Two-way Audio End Tone, Emergency Help Tone. 3. Enable Mute Schedule. 4. Click Mute, move the mouse over the time bar, and long press and drag the left mouse button to draw the time period.

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Figure 4-7 Mute Schedule Settings 5. Edit the time period.

Edit Time Period Length and Start/End Time Click the drawn time period to adjust the start/end time in the pop-up window.

Delete Time Period Click Erase, long press and drag the mouse on the drawn time period to erase.

Delete All Time Period Click Clear All, you can delete all drawn time period.

Copy Time Period Move the mouse to the time bar, click in the right of the day, and select time period to copy to that day. Click OK to save.

Figure 4-8 Edit Mute Schedule 6. Click Save.

4.2.9 Custom

Remote upload audio files to SD card with storage space. Steps

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1. Click Custom. 2. Click Import, select the file address in the pop-up window and import.

Note

Audio file is .wav or .mp3 format, the file name can be composed of English characters, numbers and Chinese characters, and does not contain spaces at the beginning and end. The length of the file name (including the suffix of 4 bytes) is up to 31 English characters (9 Chinese characters). The symbols that cannot be included in the file name are:\/* <>|.

The maximum size of each audio file is 2MB. Uploading audio files with the same name will overwrite the audio files before.

3. Check audio files to be deleted, Click Delete, all the checked files will be deleted.

Note

Multiple files can be deleted for batch deletion. After deleting the audio file in SD card, and use the function of the file, the name will

recovert to the default audio file.

4.3 Maintenance and Security

4.3.1 Maintenance

Reboot

Click Maintenance and Security Maintenance Reboot to restart the device manually.

Upgrade

Steps Click Maintenance and Security Maintenance Upgrade. Click the browse icon, select the upgrade file. Click Upgrade.

Note

When upgrading an unmatched upgrade file, the upgrade fails and remains the same as before.

During the upgrade process, do not power off the device.

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Backup and Reset

Click Maintenance and Security Maintenance Backup and Reset. Export

Click Export to export configuration file, which includes device parameters. Restore to Default Settings

Click Restore, device parameters except for IP address will restore to default settings. Restore to Factory Settings

Click Default, all device parameters will restore to default settings, and you need to activate the device when you use it again.

Import Parameters Select file and click Import, the configuration file will be imported to device.

Log

Click Maintenance and Security Maintenance Log, set Major Type, Minor Type and Select Time, click Search, the query results will be shown.

Security Audit Log

Click Maintenance and Security Maintenance Security Audit Log, enable Log Upload Server. Configure Log Server IP and Log Server Port, and import CA Certificate.

Audio&Video Self-Test

Click Maintenance and Security Maintenance Audio&Video Self-Test, set manual test or auto test.

Auto Test Audio and video self-test will be automatically performed according to the set detection time.

Restore to Default Settings Click Test, the results will be shown in the result table.

Test Result Note

Normal Video/audio input /audio output signal is normal.

Exception Video/audio input /audio output signal is lost.

Unknown Audio input fails. It is unable to detect audio output status.

4.3.2 Security

IP Address Filter

Steps 1. Click Maintenance and Security Security IP Address Filter. 2. Enable filter, click +Add to add IP address to the list.

3. Click to change IP address. Click to delete address. 4. Click Save.

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Block List The IP address in this list will be blocked. Other IP address can communicate normally.

Allow List Only the IP address in this list can communicate normally. Other IP address will be blocked.

Note

You can only enable one kind of list.

Security Service

Click Maintenance and Security Security Security Service. Enable SSH, and click Save.

Note

SSH is used for remote debugging. For your safety, it is recommended to disable SSH when it is not needed.

Locking User

Steps 1. Click Maintenance and Security Security Locking User. 2. Enable Locking, set parameters.

Max. Failure Attempts The default setting is 7 times, and the setting range is 3 to 10.

Locking Duration The default setting is 600 seconds, and the setting range is 10 to 3600.

3. Click Save.

Note

If you enter the wrong password more than the set number of times, the IP address of the login terminal of the locked user will be displayed in the list.

4. (Optional) The user can be unlocked through the following operations.

Click to unlock the locked user in the list.

Click Unlock All to unlock all locked users.

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