Table Of Contents
- About this Manual
- Quick Setup Guide
- Step 1: Unpack Your DVR
- Step 2: Install the Hard Disk Drive (HDD)
- Step 3: Make the Connections
- Perform the connections as shown on the diagrams.
- Step 4: Power ON the DVR
- Step 5: Go through the Items in Startup Wizard
- Step 6: Make Sure the Camera(s) are Functioning
- Understanding the Live Viewing Screen
- Basic DVR Operation
- Accessibility Features
- Downloading KViewQR App
- Using Cloud Storage
- Operating the DVR
- Main Menu
- Display: Live
- Display: Output
- Display: Privacy Zone
- Record: REC Para
- Record: Schedule
- Record: Record Setup
- Search: Record Search
- Search: Event Search
- Search: Log
- Network: Network
- Network: Remote Stream
- Network: Email
- Network: DDNS
- Alarm: Motion
- Device: HDD
- Device: PTZ
- Device: Cloud Storage
- System: General
- System: Users
- System: Info
- Advanced: Maintain
- Remote Access Via Web Client
Easy Link PRO Series: Preface
DVR User’s Manual
This is the symbol for indicang any potenal hazard,
risk or condion requiring special aenon.
The user needs to refer to the important operang
and maintenance or servicing instrucons.
The lighng ash with an arrow head symbol, in an
equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user.
There is dangerous “voltage” presence near by the
product’s enclosure which may be risk of person.
• Do not touch live electrical parts.
Electric shock can be avoided. Follow the
recommended pracces listed below. Faulty
installaon, improper grounding, and incorrect
operaon and maintenance of electrical equipment
are always sources of danger.
• Do not try to install equipment outdoor, during strong
wind and rain.
• Do not install or remove equipment outdoor, when
• Do not try to install or operate any equipment, during
• Always ground all electrical equipment and the work
Prevent accidental electrical shocks. Connect power
source, control cabinets, and work plaorm to an
approved electrical ground.
• Always use the correct cable size.
Sustained overloading will cause cable failure and
result in possible electrical shock or re hazard. Work
cable should be the same rang as the factory.
• Always keep cables and connectors in good condion.
Improper or worn electrical connecons can cause
short circuits and can increase the chance of an
electrical shock. Do not use worn, damaged, or bare
• Always avoid open-circuit voltage.
The added voltages increase the severity of electric
• Always wear insulated gloves while you adjust
Electric power should be turned o and insulated
gloves should be worn when making any equipment
adjustment to assure shock protecon.
• Always wear protecve clothing such as long
sleeve shirts while you are installing or removing
• Always wear high, snug ng shoes.
• Always wear clean clothes without grease or oil.
• Protect neighboring workers from exposure to arc
• Always wear long trousers or jeans while you are
installing or removing equipment.
• Always wear safety helmet or hard hat and safety
shoes before work.
• Always keep the equipment in dry places.
• Always wear safety harnesses/belt while you work in
• Always wear dry clothing and avoid moisture and
• Always wear Public Safety Vest, while you work at
• Make sure all electrical connecons are ght, clean,
• Make sure that you are well insulated to eliminate
electric stac charge.
• Always wear dry gloves, rubber-soled shoes, or stand
on a dry board or plaorm.
• Always follow recognized safety standards.
• Always wear correct eye, ear, and body protecon.
• Always have second person on-site, while you work in
dark, poor venlaon, or high places.
• Make sure that you are well protected against arc
ashes, mechanical injury, or other mishaps.
• Make sure that the polarity of wire is correct before
• Always handle equipment with care.
• Do not block the venlaon of equipment.
• Do not put the magnec parts around the equipment.
• Do not put the objects on top of the equipment.