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A: No, this is optional and the Verifire camera can function as a standalone device.
A: 1. When there is a need for large video recording storage that cannot be accomplished by an external camera SD card with sizes like 16GB up to 128 GB, and in case there are several events (motion/fire/smoke) triggered on the focused area and you want everything to be recorded.
A: Depending on the model of the NVR the casing may be the same. The difference is that the Verifire NVR has fire and smoke detection algorithms incorporated to its software.
A: 4, 8 and 16 Channel NVR.
A: The 4 CH has one hard drive slot, the 8 CH has 2 hard drive slots and 16 CH has 5 hard drive slots.
A: We highly recommend using a surveillance grade Storage HDD since surveillance is 24/7 and video quality is important too. Surveillance Storage is built for 24/7 and should be always-on and high-definition surveillance security system. Recommended models are WD WDXXPURX and Seagate SV35 series which are surveillance grade HDD.
A: This indication is for remote control
A: One power adapter is to provide power to the NVR, the other one is to provide power to the PoE. So if you don’t use the NVR PoE, then there is no need to plug in the PoE power adapter.
A: No, you can plug in any CH then use the software to configure Cam 1, 2, 3, 4.
A: Either one of the PoE ports or the WAN port.
A: For 4 CH & 8 CH models, Ethernet port has been replaced by WAN port, so we seal this port to prevent user from use.
A: Log in to the NVR then go to the Setup menu >> System sub menu >> System Setup, you will see the Time Zone.
A: That is called the Watermark, you can set and remove the watermark from the Setup menu >> Pre-Camera Setup submenu.
A: From the main menu >> Video Adjustment sub menu, you can adjust the camera brightness, contrast, hue, and saturation.
A: There are several places on NVR that trigger the beep. You should look for the word “Buzzer” from the NVR menus. To turn on beep, set Buzzer on, otherwise, turn it off. Under main menu “setup” menu there are 3 menus need to check:
A: You have to log in first. If you cannot access Setup, try to log in.
A: No, however, you can reset NVR to factory default, and there is a back door feature to reset the password.
A: Either reset NVR to factory default or contact us to obtain a back door reset program.
A: Yes, you can open the NVR application from IE or Firefox browser, just type in NVR IP address as the URL. There are cases that you may need to install a plugin to view the cameras live.
A: You can find out the current NVR hardware and software version from the Main Menu >> Status sub-menu >> version section: Hardware and Software versions at the bottom of screen. In normal circumstances, there is no need to update the NVR firmware and software. Please contact technical support to determine if you need to perform update.
A: 1. Make sure the power is on. For the NVR make sure that the indicator light is on. For the camera you can test it by covering the whole lens and check if the IR will light up. If IR lights up then the camera is ok.
A: If you believe your network bandwidth is limited, and it may impact your video transmission, then you may want to lower the resolution to accommodate the internet speed.
A: In the Setup menu>>Network sub menu, from here you can check the NVR IP, the static IP is highly recommended to be used and then set the static IP to a fixed IP.
A: Setup menu>>Network sub menu>>Advanced Network Setup.
A: Setup menu>>HDD sub menu>> item Size (GB)
A: Go to >>Setup Menu>>Network menu, Look for the URL type in the URL you wanted and click on close to register it from fly2dns.net and this will serve as your permanent address to access the NVR you have installed. Verifire server will notify you if the URL has been used.
A: No, you can only set either Fire/Smoke or Motion, it cannot be both.
A: step 1: Main menu>> Backup device menu, plug in the USB flash drive, the status should show as R/W and show used and available size.
Step 2: Search menu, you can search by event to locate the event starting and ending date or time. Then use Search by time to set the starting time and use the Copy menu to set end time and back up video to USB drive.