20 WIDE SCREEN LCD MONITOR - Lorex

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20 WIDE SCREEN LCD MONITOR - Lorex

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20’’ WIDE SCREEN LCD MONITOR
WITH BUILT-IN DIGITAL VIDEO RECORDER
Frequently Asked Questions
Version: 080718-01

MODEL: L20WD800
Copyright © 2008 Lorex Technology Inc.

www.lorexcctv.com

What is included in the box?
Table of Contents
What are the features? ..............................................................................Error! Bookmark not defined. What is included in the box? ..................................................................................................................... 3 How do I Startup / Shutdown the system? ................................................................................................ 4 What do the buttons and connectors on the monitor mean? .................................................................... 5 How do I connect DIN cameras to the system? ........................................................................................ 6 How do you connect BNC cameras to the system?.................................................................................. 7 What is DVR Mode and how do I use is?.................................................................................................. 8 How do I use the Remote in DVR Mode? ................................................................................................. 9 How do I use the On-Screen Display Menu? .......................................................................................... 10 What do the icons on the System Display mean?................................................................................... 11 What are the Display Modes, and how do I use them?........................................................................... 12 What is PIP and how do I use it? ............................................................................................................ 13 What is DVR Mode? ................................................................................................................................ 16 How do I access DVR Mode? ................................................................................................................. 16 What is VGA Mode? ................................................................................................................................ 17 How do I access and use VGA Mode?.................................................................................................... 18 What is Component Mode? ..................................................................................................................... 19 How do I access and use Component Mode?......................................................................................... 20 What is Picture Frame Mode?................................................................................................................. 21 How do I access and use Picture Frame Mode? .................................................................................... 22 What is Installation Guide Mode?............................................................................................................ 23 How do I access Installation Guide Mode? ............................................................................................. 23
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What is included in the box?
The system comes with the following components:

What is included in the box?

* HARD DRIVE SIZE AND CAMERAS VARY BY SPECIFIC MODEL. PLEASE REFER
TO YOUR PACKAGE FOR CONTENT DETAILS. CHECK YOUR PACKAGE TO CONFIRM THAT YOU HAVE RECEIVED THE COMPLETE SYSTEM, INCLUDING ALL COMPONENTS SHOWN ABOVE.
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What is included in the box?
How do I Startup / Shutdown the system?
System Loading Sequence • Press the POWER button located on the front panel of the System to start the unit, or press the Power Button on the Remote Control. • The System will perform a Hard Drive check
The unit will initially load to a split screen view, displaying all channels (if available). Empty channels will be displayed in Blue.
NOTE: If a new HARD DRIVE is detected, the system will prompt you to FORMAT the drive. If you do not choose to format the HARD DRIVE, the drive will not be detected by the system.
If you choose to FORMAT a drive in this way, the drive will no longer be readable by a regular PC without using the HARD DRIVE VIEWER software included on the CD provided with this unit. Please see the Appendices for details on Hard Drive format.
Monitor Display Shutoff • Press the Power Button on the front panel or remote control for one second to turn off the monitor only. • The System will continue to record while the monitor is off. • The LED indicators on the front of the System will remain ON. • The monitor shutoff can be automatically set using the Screen Saver settings in the System Menu.
System Shutdown • Press and hold the Power Button on the front panel or remote control for three seconds to turn off the System, or select Shutdown from the Mouse Menu. Enter the Admin Password (1234 by default). • Only the ADMIN can turn the unit ON/OFF. • The System will NOT continue to record while the unit is off. • The LED indicators on the front of the System will be OFF.
System Shutdown Prompt
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What is included in the box?
What do the buttons and connectors on the monitor mean?
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How do I connect DIN cameras to the system?
How do I connect DIN cameras to the system?
1. Connect the female end of the supplied DIN extension cable to the camera.
NOTE: Confirm that the arrows on the DIN Camera Cable and the DIN Extension cable are pointed together when connecting the cable. If the pins in the DIN Cable are bent, the Camera will NOT function.
2. Connect the male end of the supplied DIN extension cable to an open DIN camera input on the back of the System. Continue connecting additional DIN cameras. NOTE: The arrow on the DIN Camera should be facing up when connecting the DIN Extension Cable to the System. * Camera Model may not be exactly as shown.
* Camera Model may not be exactly as shown.
Benefits!
• Easy installation o DIN cameras get their power source from the system, so there is no need for a power adaptor.
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How do I connect DIN cameras to the system?
How do you connect BNC cameras to the system?
1. Connect the Extension cable to the Camera and System:
A. Connect the Barrel Power connector to a power adaptor.
B. Connect the BNC connector to an available BNC Port of the System.
C. Connect the Male Power connector to the Camera.
D. Connect the BNC connector to the Camera.
2. Connect the Power Adaptor to a wall outlet.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The ends of the extension cable are NOT the same - one end has a Male power port, and the other has a Female power port. Before permanently running the Camera Extension Cable, make sure that the cable has been oriented between the Camera and the unit correctly.

Male Power Port - The male power port end of the Extension cable connects to the Camera.
Camera Connection Diagram

Female Power Port - The female power port end of the Extension cable connects to the Power Adaptor.

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How do I connect DIN cameras to the system?
What is DVR Mode and how do I use is?
DVR Mode is the primary mode for the System, and is displayed when the system is powered on. In DVR Mode, the system performs the following functions:
• View and Record live video channels in Single, Quad, Multi-Display or Sequence Mode.
• Customize the recording on up to 8 camera channels in continuous, motion or alarm recording modes.
• Archive data to USB Thumbstick, USB Hard Drive, CDRW/DVD-RW or Network Storage through FTP.
• Search through Previously Recorded Events • Customize the Display, Cameras and System to best suit your security needs
through the user friendly System Menu GUI (Graphical User Interface).
NOTE: The DVR will continue to record independently of the current Monitor Mode. To return to DVR Mode (from any other Mode): Front Panel: 1. Press the Multi-Function Mode Button on the Front Panel. 2. Use the Up and Down arrows on the Navigation Control to select DVR. 3. Press the Enter button on the Navigation Control to switch to DVR Mode. Remote: 1. Press the DVR Button on the Remote Control -or2. Press the Mode button on the Remote Control. Use the arrows to select DVR, and press the Enter button.
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How do I connect DIN cameras to the system?
How do I use the Remote in DVR Mode?
1. MODE: Press the Mode Button to display the Multi-Function Mode Menu.
2. POWER: Press the Power Button to turn off the Monitor Display. Press and hold the button for 3 seconds to shut down the entire system.
3. DVR: Change to DVR Mode. 4. VGA: Change to VGA Mode. 5. RETURN: Exits from a System Menu. 6. NAVIGATION/PLAYBACK: Press the
Navigation Controls to move Up, Down, Left or Right in System and Mode menus. Use the Playback controls to Pause, Play, Reverse or Fast-forward the Playback in DVR Mode. 7. INFO: Displays the System Information in DVR Mode. 8. SEARCH BUTTON: Displays the Video Playback Search menu. 9. NUMBER KEYPAD: Use to switch between Cameras in live view mode. 10. VOL +/-: Increase or Decrease the volume of the camera currently broadcasting live audio. 11. DVR SETUP: Displays the DVR Setup Menu. 12. REMOTE ID: Changes the ID for the remote control to match the System ID (if changed). Use the Remote ID when using one remote to control multiple systems). To set the Remote to default, press and hold the Remote ID button for 5 seconds, then select number 1. Press the Enter and Return buttons. 13. PICTURE FRAME: Change to Picture Frame Mode. 14. COMPONENT: Change to Component Mode. 15. ENTER BUTTON: Press the Enter Button to select an option in the System Menu or MultiFunction Menu. Also displays PIP when in camera viewing mode. 16. DISPLAY: Switches the display to single, quad and multi-display views. 17. PTZ: Switches to PTZ Mode. 18. KEYLOCK: Locks all keys (except the Mode button). 19. SEQUENCE: Changes the Monitor Display to Sequence through channels (based on menu settings). 20. PIP: Displays the Component Input in the PIP Screen in the lower right corner. 21. ZOOM: Displays one channel with Digital Zoom. 22. ARCHIVE: Displays the Archive menu. 23. AUDIO CHANNEL SELECT: Switches between live audio channels (CH1~4 only). Press Audio and select Channel 1~4.
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How do I connect DIN cameras to the system?
How do I use the On-Screen Display Menu?
The On-Screen Display Menu is accessed by either: • Pressing the Up or Down Arrows on the Front Panel • Right Clicking the Mouse
The Menu options include: 1. CHANNELS: Select a Channel Number (1~8) to display a camera in Full Screen Mode. 2. SETUP: Displays the System Setup Menu. Please refer to the System Setup section for detailed configuration. 3. SEARCH: Allows you to locate previously recorded video by Date and Time, or by Event Type. 4. PTZ: Displays the PTZ Control Screen. The PTZ / Focus Menus will only work with PTZ type cameras (not included) 5. DISPLAY: Changes the current display mode to Single, Quad, 6-Channel Split, 8-Channel Split or 9-Channel Split screen views. 6. ARCHIVE: The Archive feature copies data from the Hard Drive to a USB backup media such as a Memory Stick or USB Hard Drive. See the Archive Menu Section for details. 7. SEQUENCE: Selecting the Sequence option switches the live camera view to the Sequence set in the System Menu. 8. ZOOM: Displays one channel with Digital Zoom. 9. KEY LOCK: Locks all Front Panel and Remote Control buttons (except the Mode change buttons). The password is required to unlock the keys. The System can still enter any other mode while the keys are locked (VGA, Component, Picture Frame or Installation Video modes). 10. VOLUME: Adjusts the volume of the System. 11. PIP: Select the PIP Button to display the VGA or Component mode in a PIP window. This function could be used to watch a Movie while still monitoring the Live Video display. 12. SHUTDOWN: Select the Shutdown option to turn off the System. • Pressing the Up or Down Arrows on the Front Panel • Right Clicking the Mouse
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