FAQs (Older GUI)

This Q&A applies to AVYCON models: AVR-T900 (HD-TVI), AVR-P700/P900 (HD-SDI) Series DVR’s.

Q1. Startup & Shutdown 


Step 1: Connect to cameras and monitor.
Step 2: Connect with the source power.
Step 3: The device will boot and the power indicator will turn blue.
Step 4: Follow the Quick Setup Wizard window.

Device shut down may be performed by selecting Shut Down option using the IR remote controller or USB mouse.

Q2. Setup Wizard
When the device boots, the Quick Setup Wizard window will appear.
Click “Next” button on each window to set up Date/Time, Network, Record, and Disk management.

Q3. Login
Press the MENU button and Login window should appear.
Enter as following default Login information:

User name: admin (case sensitive)
Password: 123456

Q4. Recording Setup 
1.Schedule Recording.
Step1:Enter into Menu → Setup → Schedule tab

Step2: Click “c01” button to add a certain day schedule; click “c02” button to delete the selected schedule;

Step3: You can also double-click the grid to pop up a week schedule window.
Select day and then click “Add” button to setup the start time and end time.
Then select other days and click “Copy” button to save the setting to other days.
Finally, click “OK” button to save week schedule.
Step4: Select other channels and set timeline for them or select Apply Settings.
To All Channel and click “Copy” button to set the same settings for all channels.


2. Motion Recording 
Step1: Enter into Menu → Setup → Schedule tab.

The setup steps for schedule for motion based recording are similar to normal schedule setup.
You can refer to Schedule Recording for details.
Step2: Enter into Menu → Setup → Alarm → Motion → Motion tab as shown below.
Step3: Enable motion alarm (Please specify to channel) and click “Apply” to save settings.
Step1: Click “Setting” button under the Area to set Sensitivity and Detection area.
Left click the grid and drag to delete the area. Drag again to add area.
You can drag slide bar to set the sensitivity value (1-8).
The higher the value is the more sensitive it is to motion.
Since the sensitivity is influenced by color and time (day or night),
you can adjust its value according to the practical conditions.
Click c03 icon to set the whole area as detection area.
Click c04 icon to clear the set detection area.
Click c05 icon to test the sensitivity as per the local conditions.
Once motion is sensed, it displays a figure icon.
Click c06 icon to save the setting. Click c07 ing. Click icon, exit current interface.
Step2: Enter into Menu → Setup → Alarm → Motion → Schedule tab to bring up schedule settings for motion alarm.

The setup steps are similar to normal schedule setup.

Q5. Playback

Click Play play button on the main menu bar to playback the record.
User can do concrete operation by clicking the buttons on screen.
2. Playback by Time Search
Step 1: Enter into Menu “Search” Time Search tab.
Step 2: Select date and channels on the right hand side and press “Search” button.
 A date with highlighted borderline indicates presence of data.
Step 3: Set the start time by clicking a particular grid or by entering the specific value in the start time field.
Step 4: Select the channel display mode and click play button to play record.
Use the playback toolbar to control the playback.
3. Playback by Event Search
Step 1: Enter into Menu “Search” Event Search tab.
Step 2: Select date and channels on the right hand side.
             A data with highlighted borderline indicates presence of data.
Step 3: Then checkmark Motion, Sensor or All accordingly.
              You can search for motion based recording and sensor based recording.
Step 4:Press “Search” button to display the searched event information in the event list box.
Step 5:Double click the event item to play the record.
4. Playback by image Search
 Step 1:Enter into Menu “Search” Image tab.
Step 2: Select data and channels on the right hand side.
Step 3: Press “Search” button to search for a recorded image.
Step 4:Once an alarm image has been identified, the user can double click the image to play the recording.
You can lock the image by clicking “Lock” button. Click “Save” button to copy the image on the HDD.
Click “Save All” to copy all images on the HDD.Note: In order to take images on alarm, the snapshot feature should be activated in “Alarm Handling” for different kind of alarms. Please refer to 4.5 Alarm Configuration for details.

Q6. Back up
This unit supports backup by USB flash, DVD writer and USB HDD.

Step 1: Enter into Menu → Backup tab.
Step 2: Set the start & end time, select channels and click Search button
to display the searched data in the data backup list box
Step 3: Select a required file or checkmark “All” to select all data files.
Click Backup button to pop up Backup information window.
Step 4: In the backup information interface, user can check the relevant options for backing up files.
These options include storage Media, backup player and save file type. Then click Start button to start backup.




1. DVR : “MENU” → “BASIC” → “NETWORK” → “NAT” page,
Enable NAT. www.autonat.com is our P2P Server for “No-Port-Forwarding.

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1. “PHONE” : Open “AVYCON MOBILE CVMS” and press “QR” button

2. Please scan the “QRCODE” in DVR. It will show the serial number in “SERVER”,
you just need to input THE “PASSWORD”, it will connect with the DVR.

If you are still having difficulty with our products, please feel free to contact our Technical Support Department at +1-949-752-7606 or Email at support@avycon.com

Q1. Remote Surveillance
In order to view the DVR from a network it must be connected to a LAN/WAN or internet.
The network setup should be done accordingly.

Q2. Access DVR on LAN
Open IE on a computer on the same network. Input the IP address of the DVR in IE address bar and press enter.
If HTTP port is not 80, add the port number after IP address.

Q3. Access DVR on WAN
Open IE browser, input IP address, or dynamic domain name and enter.
If HTTP port is not 80, add the port number after IP address or domain name.

Q4. Connect the DVR to Internet through PPPoE
When accessing the remote interface of DVR, user can input WAN IP/domain name to access directly
(user can enter into Main menu → Information → Network interface to check IP address).
The browser will download Active X control

Q5. How to enable “ACTIVEX” on IE
1. Open “Internet Explorer” Click “Tool / internet option” (FIG-1)

2. Click “Security” → “Custom Level”

3. Scroll down to “ActiveX control and plug-ins” and “Enable” All the ActiveX functions.
Press ok and reopen Internet explorer.

If you are still having difficulty with our products, please feel free to contact our Technical Support Department at +1-949-752-7606 or Email at support@avycon.com