RVS RVS-6200 (01) PDF MANUAL


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PDF Content Summary: VEHICLE SAFETY - IT'S ALL WE DO.TM Instruction Manual MOBILEMULETM 4 CHANNEL MOBILE DVR WITH GPS TRACKING AND LIVE VIDEO OPTIONS RVS-6200 Table of Contents 1 Before You Start ............................................................................................................................... 3 2 Product specication .................................................................................................................. 4 3 Front/back panel and DVR installat ion instruction.........................................................................6 3.1 Front panel interface.............................................................................................................6 3.2 Back panel interface..............................................................................................................7 3.3 Wiring instruction.................................................................................................................9 3.3.1 AV input cable.........................................................................................................9 3.3.2 Power cable.............................................................................................................9 3.3.3 Alarm I/O ........................................................................................................... 11 3.4 Device Installation Guide .................................................................................................13 3.4.1 Unpack and check accessaries..............................................................................13 3.4.2 Installation instructions of SD card, HDD enclosure, shell and stand .............13 4Soft are keyboard input .............................................................................................................15 5 MDVR OperationGuide..................................................................................................................15 5.1 Users' login..........................................................................................................................16 5.2 Directlypreview interface...................................................................................................17 5.3 System setting.....................................................................................................................17 5.3.1 General setting......................................................................................................18 5.3.2 Video setting.........................................................................................................18 5.3.3 Record setting............................................................................................. 19 5.3.4 Alarm control...................................................................................................... 19 5.3.5 Record setting .......................................................................................... 20 5.3.6 Monitor display................................................................................................... 21 5.4 Advanced options............................................................................................................. 5.4.1 System upgrade.................................................................................................. 22 5.4.2 Restore default.................................................................................................... 23 5.4.3 Display settings................................................................................................... 23 5.4.4 Username............................................................................................................ 24 5.4.5 5.5 System Info........................................................................................................................25 5.6 File backup........................................................................................................................ 26 5.7 Disk management............................................................................................................. 26 5.8 Vehicle settings ............................................................................................................... 27 5.8.1 Basic Info........................................................................................................... 5.8.2 G-sensor............................................................................................................ 5.9 Playback.......................................................................................................................... 6 F.A.Q............................................................................................................................................. 22Encode Overview ........................................................................................... 2427285.8.3 Power Management........................................................................................... 285.8.4 Wi-Fi setting ........................................................................................... 295.8.4.1 Network Status ........................................................................................... 295.8.5 3G/4G Setup ........................................................................................... 305.8.5.1 3G/4G Setus ........................................................................................... 305.8.6 Network Settings ................................................................................ 3031 32 2 Before You Start • Read this manual carefully before installation. • Do not use this system in a rainy or humid environment. • If any solid/liquid goes inside the system, cut off the power immediately. • Do not attempt to repair/disassemble DVR. Please contact our tech team with any problems. • The initial password is NULL. • DVR Power Range: DC6V--DC36V • Unplug from power completely if you are not using system for an extended amount of time. • Do not install system in an environment with water, moisture, dust, direct sunlight or anywhere near a heat source. • Install DVR in a well ventilated area / do not block the air vents 3 2 Product Specification 4 Upgrading Firmware mode Manual/Automatical/Remote upgrading Upgrading method USB disk/Wireless network/SD card Interface AV input 4ch interface SD card SDXC High speed card (up to 256GB) USB interface 1 USB 2.0 (support U disk/mouse/upgrade) Ignition input 1 ACC signal UART 1 LVTTL Level LED Indication PWR/RUN Disk lock 1 Debug port 1 Function extention GPS/BD Support detecting antenna Plug in/Unplug/Short circuit 3G/4G Supports CDMA/EVDO/GPRS/WCDMA/FDD LTE/TDD LTE WIFI 802.11b/g/n, 2.4GHz Others Alarm 2/4 CH input, 2 alarm output. (screen ,I/O) Power input 8~36V DC Power output 5V 300mA Power consumption Standby 3mA Maximum consumption 15W @12V1.5A @24V 0.7A Working temperature - 25 --- 80°C/ RH 95Max Storage 1080N 1.2G/h/channel 720P 1G/h/channel 960H 750M/h/channel Dimension 128*142.7*30.5mm (W x D x H) 5 Front/Back Panel and Installation Instruction Front Panel Interface Interface Serial number Parameter Descrip on PWR Power LED, light on when power works normally Alarm LED, light on when device works abnormally Light on when system normal Light on when SD card in properly Indicator (LED) control signals LOCK<-> ON Switch lock, remove the card (Note: remove the HDD on “ON” posi on) 12345 ALM RUNSDIR 67 SIM Infrared receiver module used to receive remote 3G SIM card 6 3.2 Back Panel Interface Interface Serial number Parameter Descrip on

Indicator (LED) Debug window 8910 SD1 The first SD card, commonly used USB USB USB port to plug in Mouse USB port to plug in Mouse USB port to plug in Mouse DEBUG DEBUG

5 6 7 1 2 3 4 7 Name Number Parameter Descrip on Power interface 1 PWR_IN Power input interface, DC6V~DC36V Network 2 VGA VGA connec tion Video and audio input interface Alarm I/O interface AV1 AV2 Pin 1 is VDD(+12V), pin 2 is GND,pin 3 is AV3 audio input, pin 4 is video input. AV4 Antenna 3 Input vehicle speed pulse signal, differenti al input; RS232 and RS485 serial data communica tion 4 I/O interface; alarm interface; 12V and 5V power output interface 5 GPS 6 WIFI WIFI,GPS,3G antenna interface 7 3G 8 3.3 Wiring instruction 3.3.1 AV input cable Picture 3: Diagram of AV input cable Wire Serial number Mark on the cable end

12V power supply for video camera 1 12V

Ground wire 2 GND

Audio pickup input wire 3 A-IN

Video input wire 4 V-IN Table 5 3.3.2 Power Cable Picture 4: Power input cable picture 9 The power cable shown in picture four ends in a 6 pin white plug. This connects to the 6 pin white socket on the back of the DVR. The red (+) and black (ground) connect to the vehicle directly. The yellow cable is connected to ignition. The DVR will start when the vehicle is turned on and have a delayed shut out when the vehicle is turned off. 1) Voltage must be between BC 6V-36V 2) Confirm cables are insulated after connected 3) Yellow cable is connected to ignition 4) Red and Black wires are connected to power/ground Picture 5: Installation wiring diagram 10 3.3.3 Alarm I/O The device has an interface with 4 alarm inputs and 2 alarm outputs. These alarms can be connects to a variety of triggers. The principle diagram of brake detection is as shown below. When the brake pedal is pressed, the DVR is able to detect the high level or the low level. Picture 6: Defini on of alarm connector 11 The alarm outputs have a maximum current capability of 200MA. If you want to drive a device with higher current requirement, you must connect external relay. Shown below is the alarm output wiring diagram. Picture 7: The principle diagram of the brake detec on Picture 8: Alarm principle diagram 12 3.4 Device Installation Guide 3.4.1 Unpack and check accessories While unpacking, please check device for damage. If device is damaged, do not install and get in touch with the supplier. In the product box there is a packing list. Please cross check the list below with the device and accompanying accessories. Item Quantity Notes MDVR 1 Digital LCD monitor 1 optional CD 1

GPS antenna 1 optional

Wi-fi antenna 1 optional 3G/4G antenna 1 optional Red wire is 12V positive, black is ground, yellow is video, green is audio. 3.4.2 Installa on instruc ons of SD card/shell/standThe SD card should be inserted from the front of the DVR. 1. SD card installation instruction 13 Open the DVR to see both the SIM and SD card slots: Picture 9 SIM Card / SD card installa on diagram SIM SD Picture 10 SIM Card / SD card installa on diagram 2 14 Keyboard Input System can use numbers, lower/uppercase English letters and Chinese Characters. DVR Operation Guide Right click to open login interface: Input Username/password, click OK to login to the menu. 15 5.1User login Default Username is admin, with no password. 16 5.2 Video Preview 5.3 System Setting 17 5.3.1 General Setting 5.3.2 Video Setting 1018 5.3.3 Record Setting 5.3.4 Alarm Control 19 5.3.5 Motion Detection Camera Settings Set CH Trigger/Delay Time/Distance Grid Line 20 5.3.6 Monitor display The grid lines are adjustable (move the purple points) After adjustment, right click the mouse to save settings. 21 5.4 Advanced Options 5.4.1 System Upgrade Copy the upgrading file to the root directory of the USB disk. Then re-power on the device, it will upgrade automatically. 22 5.4.2 Restore Default Copy Configuration File 1) Click Backup 2) Disconnect Mouse 3) Connect USB Device 4) Will Display "Congratulations, Action Succedded!" Copy Configuration File 1) Click Resume 2) Disconnect Mouse 3) Connect USB Device 4) Will Display "Congratulations, Action Succedded!" 5.4.3 Display settings Margin Settings: can adapt to different monitor. 23 5.4.4 Username 5.4.5 Encode Overview 24 5.5 System Info 25 5.6 File Backup 5.7 Disk Management Disk need to be formated in the device when using it for the first time. If the disk was not detected by the device, confirm the device is locked. 26 5.8 Vehicle Settings 5.8.1 Basic Info If you want to change the vehicle ID number, please login with super password"szmzkj" 27 5.8.2 G-Sensor 5.8.3 Power Management 28 5.8.4 Wi-Fi Setting 5.8.4.1 Network Status The device can save 6 WiFi ESSID (Access Points). Turn on "WiFi" and save as show below. 29 The device will detect the 3G/4G Module Type automatically. Insert the right SIM card which corresponding with the Module Type detected. Putting in the wireless account will automatically connect it. If it does not connect, consult your SIM card carrier or search on Internet to make sure you put the correct parameters (Dial Number, login Name, Password). If you use VPN, please consult your telecom carrier to get the correct parameters. 30 5.8.6 Network Settings We have set it with our server in factory, if use different server please set your server’s IP (or Domain), the Port should be same with your server setup. 5.9 Playback 31 6 FAQ 1) The monitor shows the time but no video, and the picture is black. A) Check whether the video signal cable and power cable of camera are properly connected, and camera is working normally. B) Check whether the preview switch of display setting is off or not. 2) When the DVR starts up with an SD card, it can’t record. A) Please confirm that the SD card has been formatted in the machine B) Turn the DVR off and reinsert the SD card. 3) Displayed video picture frozen on monitor. A) MDVR may be interfered and system is error. Please turn off MDVR and restart it. 4) DVR stops recording and switches to standby status A) Check in SD card is properly inserted. B) Check DVR power supply 5) Recorded video won’t play on computer A) Confirm correct software. 6) Playing video files are computer has obvious halt. A) Please confirm speed of SD card. 7) Recording time is too short. A) Excessive file fragments generate due to repeated usage. Please format the SD card completely before reuse. 8) DVR time is incorrect. A) You may have set the wrong · me or did not press the "confirm" after you modified the time. B) Replace battery 9) Video playback has no voice. A) Microphone is not connected B) The “Audio” option of record setup is set to OFF. C) Playback interface is set mute. 10) Mobile Detection does not work. A) The moving object is not in detection area. B) Sensitivity is set too low. 11) Remote control does not work well. A) Control distance is too long B) Change battery C) Remote control or front panel of DVR is damaged. 12) There is no video output or signal distortion occurs. A) Check whether the power cable connecting camera is loose B) Check whether the video cable of DVR is loose. C) Check whether the camera is damaged. 32 D) Check whether video source and display device connection E) Check whether the format selection between PAL and NTSC is wrong. 13)Alarm I/O does not work A) Alarm is set wrong. B) The connection of alarm is wrong. C) The input signal of alarm is wrong. 14) DVR does not delay shutting down under the ignition mode A) Delay time is not set. B) Video recorder not reset after delay time was set 15) PTZ Not Working A) RS-485 connection is incorrect B) PTZ type is incorrect C) PTZ Baud Rate set wrong D) PTZ Address incorrect 16) How much disk capacity does one hour use? A) Audio of each channel takes up roughly 14M per hour B) Video takes up roughly 00~220M(CIF),200~300M(HD1)and 400~600M(D1)per hour C) The size of disk space occupied is determined by the resolution, bit rate, frame rate and picture quality. You can enter video setup to adjust these settings. 33 If you have any questions about this product, contact: Rear View Safety, Inc. 1797 Atlantic Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11233 800.764.1028 VEHICLE SAFETY - IT'S ALL WE DO.TM


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