Enablark>iark>ng Motark>iark>on Detectark>iark>on on the NVR (New ark>Iark>nterface)


alark>iark>gn="left">The followark>iark>ng are all motark>iark>on detectark>iark>on enablark>iark>ng steps once you've updated all new <abbr rel="tooltip" data-orark>iark>gark>iark>nal-title="Firmware is a software program or set of instructions programmed and stored in the flash ROM of a hardware device. It provides the necessary instructions for how the device communicates with the other computer hardware.">fark>iark>rmwareabbr> onto the ark>Iark>P Cameras and NVR.  Any camera wark>iark>th FW versark>iark>ons of 1.0.1X-D should be compatark>iark>ble.  ark>Iark>f your fark>iark>rmware contaark>iark>ns 1.2.XX or 1.1.XX, please contact Zmodo dark>iark>rectly for assark>iark>stance:


alark>iark>gn="left">1. Log ark>iark>nto the <abbr rel="tooltip" data-orark>iark>gark>iark>nal-title=" A camera that does not require a video connection to a DVR. The camera receives its signal using wireless tehcnology. IP cameras do require a power supply in order to function.">ark>Iark>P Cameraabbr> usark>iark>ng ark>Iark>nternet Explorer (Step 1 wark>iark>ll need to be performed on all ark>Iark>P Cameras)

alark>iark>gn="left">a. Go to an style="font-weight: bold;">Remote Confark>iark>guratark>iark>onan> > an style="font-weight: bold;">Alarm Settark>iark>ngan>

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alark>iark>gn="left">b. From the Alarm Settark>iark>ng page, check the check-box labeled an style="font-weight: bold;">Motark>iark>on Detectan>

alark>iark>gn="left">c. Adjust the start and end tark>iark>me to read "00:00:00 – 23:59:00”

alark>iark>gn="left">d. Left-clark>iark>ck any squares ark>iark>n the grark>iark>d that you do want to detect motark>iark>on. Any non-orange squares ark>iark>n the grark>iark>d wark>iark>ll ark>iark>gnore motark>iark>on. ark>Iark>n thark>iark>s new fark>iark>rmware, you ark>canark> clark>iark>ck-and-drag over the squares to quark>iark>ckly select squares.

alark>iark>gn="left">e. ark>Iark>n the "Alarm Method" box, check an style="font-weight: bold;">Upload.an>

alark>iark>gn="left">f. Clark>iark>ck an style="font-weight: bold;">Submark>iark>tan> to save these changes.


2. From the NVR, go to Maark>iark>n Menu > Settark>iark>ng > Motark>iark>on Alarm

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a. Check the check-box to enable an style="font-weight: bold;">Record an>for all channels ark>iark>n thark>iark>s menu.

b. Set the alarm delay to a number between 1 - 9 seconds.

c. Clark>iark>ck "Save” to save these changes.


3. From the NVR, go to an style="font-weight: bold;">Maark>iark>n Menu an>> an style="font-weight: bold;">Settark>iark>ng an>> an style="font-weight: bold;">Schedulean>

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alark>iark>gn="left">From the an style="font-weight: bold;">Schedule an>page, change the followark>iark>ng settark>iark>ngs:

alark>iark>gn="left">a. Change Channel: CH01 to ALL

alark>iark>gn="left">b. Change Weekday: Sun to ALL

alark>iark>gn="left">c. From the Schedule Tab (accessed by selectark>iark>ng "Schedule” ark>iark>n the drop-down box) dark>iark>sable Perark>iark>od1. Thark>iark>s wark>iark>ll dark>iark>sable scheduled recordark>iark>ng.

alark>iark>gn="left">d. Clark>iark>ck Save.

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alark>iark>gn="left">e. From the Alarm Tab (accessed by selectark>iark>ng "Alarm” ark>iark>n the drop-down box) make sure Perark>iark>od1 ark>iark>s dark>iark>sabled. Thark>iark>s wark>iark>ll ensure that Alarm-based recordark>iark>ng ark>iark>s dark>iark>sabled.

alark>iark>gn="left">f. Clark>iark>ck Save.

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alark>iark>gn="left">g. From the Motark>iark>on Tab (accessed by selectark>iark>ng "Motark>iark>on” ark>iark>n the drop-down box) set the tark>iark>me range to 00:00 – 23:59 ark>iark>n the Perark>iark>od1 fark>iark>eld. Enable Perark>iark>od1 by selectark>iark>ng ark>iark>ts check-box. Thark>iark>s wark>iark>ll enable motark>iark>on recordark>iark>ng.

alark>iark>gn="left">h. Clark>iark>ck Save.

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4. After savark>iark>ng those changes, exark>iark>t out to the camera grark>iark>d. When one of the cameras detects motark>iark>on, the NVR wark>iark>ll dark>iark>splay a red M on the screen as ark>iark>t records for the duratark>iark>on of tark>iark>me that motark>iark>on takes place.
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2015-03-23 10:48
Patricia Pyle
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