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CBC ZR-DH921NP

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Category: Security Systems

All rights reserved. Second Edition (September 2005) COPYRIGHT No part of this document may be reproduced or distributed in any form or by any means without the express written permission of CBC Co., Ltd. (hereafter ‘CBC’). TRADEMARKS GANZ is a registered trademark of CBC Co., Ltd. RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN CAUTION CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK); NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL. Graphic Symbol

CBC ZR-DH1621NP

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Category: Security Systems

3) High reliability Highly reliable due to a combination of hardware quality and an embedded LINUX based operating system. 4) Simple setting and system maintenance Enables simple installation and operation with basic settings and camera inputs. 5) Diverse total security function Enables security system by using alarm inputs, outputs and PTZ camera control. 6) Remote data backup Backup and playback using client application via network. 7) Large storage capacity Storage can be extended through the

CBC CTR-030NC-2

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Category: Cameras

11 PREPARATION SETTING THE SETUP MENU MAIN MENU PREPARATION •Turn on the power of both the VCR and the monitor. MENU • If you have a TV instead of monitor, turn on the power of TV • VCR SET UP REC MODE SET UP and then set the TV’s source selector to VIDEO. TIMER REC SET UP ALARM SET UP 1 Press MENU button. The main menu will appear. POWER FAIL RECALL LANGUAGE ENGLISH Press DOWN or UP to choose VCR SET UP. (UP) (DOWN) (ENTER) (MENU) 2 Press ENTER button. The VCR SET UP menu will appear. SETUP MEN

CBC CBC V 0.1

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8 3. Configuration 3-1 Install HDD ................................................................................................... 8 3-2 Front panel keypad .........................................................................................10 3-3 Back panel connection .....................................................................................11 3-4 Menu setup ................................................................................................... 14 3-5 System





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