GESS DVR SV800 Mother board Chipset Intel 865PE
DVR CAPTURE CARDS VGA Chip NVIDIA MX440
Thanks for purchase this product Network Interface Chip Realtek 8139C
If you could not find GigaByte GA-8IPE100-G motherboard, you could try the
other motherboards as the Appendix I Compatible PC Hardware List.
Remarks: SV/SV1000 will support Intel 9XX series later by updating the software
Card Kit Package
The card kit includes:
Four capture cards
One system module (Disk1OnChip) and one power cable for this
One special IDE cable for connecting the system module and internal
SYSTEM CD-RW or DVD-R/RW. If you use the external CD-RW or DVD-R/RW
OS: Embedded Linux (USB interface), you wont need this cable.
Video Inputs: 8 / 16 Reset Cable for Watchdog Function.
Video Outputs: D type 15Pins VGA and TV-Out
Video Format: NTSC/PAL
User Interface: 1024*768, Very user friendly
Frame rate: 120/120 (NTSC), 100/100 (PAL)
HD Storage Remaining Display: Yes
Video Loss Detection: yes
Image Parameter Adjustment: Brightness/Contrast/Hue/Saturation for each camera
Compression: MPEG-4 like Compression Method
Resolution: 640*480, 320*240
Frame rate: 120/240 (NTSC), 100/200 (PAL)
Pre-Schedule Recording: By 7days x 24hours, set each hour as: recording by motion, continuously recording, non-
Motion detection area: Define any 8x8 cell for motion detection. Free combinations of detected areas. No limitation on the Remarks: This installation Guide illustrates installation procedure with SV series.
number of detection areas. For the SV Capture Card, the installation procedures are all the same SV Series.
Motion detection sensitivity: 10 ranges per camera
Pre-Recording: 0~10 sec INSTALL THE CAPTURE CARD
Post-Recording: 0~20 sec This section describes the installation procedures based on GygaByte GA-
Digital Signature: yes 8IPE1000-G mother board (w/Intel 865PE chipset) as an example.
Date Code: Recording includes time/date information. To prevent date code from being modified.
PLAYBACK Please install the capture card as the photo below:
Playback channels: 4 channels playback at the same time
Playback mode: Play, Pause, frame by frame play, fast forward, fast backward Insert the display card into the AGP slot.
Search: By Calendar, and time bar (hour/minute) st nd rd th
Insert the capture cards into 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 PCI slot.
Image Adjustment: Brightness/Contrast
Network Access: LAN/ WAN/ Internet, by Ethernet/ Modem
Network Interface: 10/100/1000 Ethernet
Remote Monitoring: JPEG mode or MPEG4 streaming.
Remote Playback: Yes. With MPEG4 Streaming Technology.
Remote Setup: yes
Download and Local Play: yes
Central Management: yes
Remote Backup: by Windows Network Neighborhood
Inputs: 4/8/12/16 NC/NO dry contact inputs
Outputs: 4/8/12/16 NC/NO relay Plug the Reset cable. Reset cable connects the Reset output (2-pin)
IO & Camera Relations: 1-1, 1 -many, many-1, many-many on capture card and Reset connector (2-pin) on Mother board to
Alarm to notice: by Email / FTP / SMS (Short Message requires GSM modem) provide Watchdog function. (To enable watchdog function, you also
need to activate watchdog in System Setting in DVR software. Please
STORAGE & BACKUP refer the user manual). Please plug one end of the Reset cable to the
Max IDE HDD: Support up to 6 IDE HDDs st
“Reset output” (2-pin) on first capture card which is insert on 1 PCI
RAID support: yes Slot and plug the other end of Reset cable to Reset connector on
Backup: Removable HDD, CD-R/RW, DVD-R/RW, Floppy, Network motherboard.
HDD SMART Diagnostics: yes
Password protection: 100 user accounts, each one can see different cameras
PTZ camera support: yes
Power Down Management: Yes. Auto-recovery when power back
Watchdog: Yes Hardware Watchdog.
Time Zone & Daylight Saving: yes
Time Sync: Yes (Network Time Protocol)
UI Language: 8 languages in single software: English, French, German, Japanese, Polish, Portuguese, Spanish, and
SV/SV1000 (16CH) DVR card kit needs to specify the combination of “mother board chipset”,
“VGA chip”, and “network interface chip”.
SV/SV1000 DVR card kit specifies: Remark: the example above is the installation procedure on GigaByte GA-
Mother board Chipset Intel 845E, 848P, 865PE 8IPE1000-G mother board. For the other motherboard with the Intel 845E/848P,
VGA Chip NVIDIA MX400, MX440, MX4000 FX5200 865PE chipset, the installation procedure is similar to the above procedures.
Network Interface Chip Realtek 8139C
INSTALL THE FLASH MODULE & HARD DISK
Remark: This document takes GigaByte GA-8IPE1000-G motherboard (Intel 865PE Chipset) as Install the Flash module
an example, which has the following peripheral controllers: In general there are two IDE slots, one is Primary (the red one on GigaByte GA-
8IPE1000-G), and the other is Secondary. Please plug the System Module into
GigaByte GA-8IPE1000-G Primary IDE slot and set it as “Master”, then connect the D-type power line to
power supply as the figure below.
Power LED in S1 state [Blinking]
OFF by PWR button [Instant-Off]
AC BACK Function [Memory]
PME Event Wake Up [Enabled]
Modem Ring On [Disabled]
Resume by Alarm [Disabled]
Power On Function [Disabled]
PCI1/PCI5 IRQ Assignment [Auto]
If you would like to install the internal CD-RW or DVR-R/RW burner (SV Series support the PCI2 IRQAssignment [Auto]
internal CD-R/RW, DVD-R/RW, USB external CD-RW and DVD-R/RW), please use the special PCI3 IRQAssignment [Auto]
cable (as the figure below) which is included in the shipping box to connect the system module PCI4 IRQAssignment [Auto]
(set as Primary IDE Master) and the internal CD-RW or DVD-R/RW (set as Primary IDE slave).
[PC Health Status]
Current CPU Temperature 48
Current CPU FAN Speed 2996 RPM
Install Hard Disk: SV series can support 2 Hard Disks. If you install one hard disk only, please set Current System FAN Speed 4550 RPM
it as Secondary IDE “Master”. If you install the 2nd hard disk, please set it as Secondary IDE
“Slave”. [Frequency/Voltage Control]
First, configure the jumper of hard disk as MASTER (refer to manual of hard disk), then link hard CPU Host Clock Control [Disabled]
disk with 4-pins parallel cable to the Secondary IDE slot (the white one on the GigaByte GA- Memory Frequency For [Auto]
8IPE1000-G) DIMM Over Voltage Control [Normal]
Please pay attention to the direction of the 40-pins parallel cable. Some cheap cable without AGP Over Voltage Control [Normal]
“foolproof” may cause mistake. Normally, there is a red line marked on the 1st pin of the cable, CPU Voltage Control [Normal]
which should be connected to 1st pin of hard disk and IDE slot.
INSTALL OTHER PARTS BOOT AND TEST
Connect Cameras: Please put cameras at fix positions, then finish adjusting and
CPU: GigaByte GA-8IPE1000-G has a Socket 478 for CPU. calibrating. Connect cameras to capture cards with 5C2V coaxial cables.
DRAM: Systems´ minimum requirement is 256MB Capture Cards use BNC female connector. If your cameras only have F
RESET BUTTON ON CASE: Please DO NOT attaches the Reset Button to the reset pin of connector, you need to buy the “BNC to F” adapters.
motherboard, which means, please do not enable reset function. If users make the mistake to
trigger the reset button, it will immediately shutdown the whole machine abnormally and loose Boot and Test: When first booting, system will enter the “Disk Management”
some records. However, if users push the “Power Button”, the system could close all the opened option. Please refer to the user manual for the related procedures for the hard
files, and keep the integrity of records. disk management. After finishing the disk management, the system will reboot
and show the main monitoring screen as follows:
Configure BIOS Parameters
Due to heavy traffic between IO devices and motherboard, the optimum BIOS configuration is
necessary for Digital Video Recorder System to have stable operation. When you finish
assembling capture cards, flash module and hard disk, please connect the keyboard and mouse
before turning on power for setting BIOS.
After power on, you will see a flash screen of display logo followed by a POST (power on self-
test) screen with sentence “Hit DEL if you want to run SETUP”. Press DEL to enter BIOS setup
You can select [Page up], [Page down], and [Tab] are used to switch options of function. You can
select [Load Optimize Default] in the main menu to load optimum setting, then please refer to the
setting listed in the next section.
GigaByte GA-8IPE1000-G: Please select [Load Optimize Default] in the main menu to load
optimum setting then please refer to the setting listed in the next.
[Standard CMOS Features]
IDE Channel 0 Master [PQI IDE Disk on Module]
IDE Channel 0 Slave [your CD/DVD/RW]
IDE Channel 1 Master [your hard disk]
IDE Channel 1 Slave [your hard disk] After rebooting, if DVR does not appear this GUI (Graphical User Interface), and
IDE Channel 2 Master [None] show out how the text: “Super Vision Login”, it means your display card doesn’t
IDE Channel 3 Master [None] match, please check the Chapter 1 for the right display card again.
Drive A [1.44M, 3.5”]
Drive B [None] APENDIX: COMPATIBLE PC HARDWARE
Floppy 3 Mode Support [Disabled]
Halt on [All, But Keyboard]
[Advanced BIOS Features]
First Boot Device [Press Enter]
Second Boot Device [Disabled]
Third Boot Device [Disabled]
Boot Up Floppy Seek [Disabled]
Password Check [Setup]
On-Chip Primary Master PCI IDE [Enabled]
On-Chip Secondary Slave PCI IDE [Enabled]
On-Chip SATA [Enabled]
USB Controller [Enabled]
USB 2.0 Controller [Enabled]
USB Keyboard Support [Disabled]
USB Mouse Support [Disabled]
AC97 Audio [Auto]
Onboard H/W LAN [Enabled]
Onboard LAN Boot Rom [Disabled]
Onboard Serial Port 1 [3F8/IRQ4] (Enable for Modem)
Onboard Serial Port 2 [2F8/IRQ3] (Enable for PTZ)
UART Mode Select [Normal]
Onboard Parallel Port [Disabled]
Parallel Port Mode [PRINTER]
Game Port Address [Disabled]
Midi Port Address [Disabled]
[Power Management Setup]
ACPI Suspend Type [S1 (POS)]