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Basic Setup of a WinBook Security System (D62/D63 series)

Description: This guide will walk through how to set up and connect a WinBook Security System for local use. Most systems do include a hard drive preinstalled. A SATA hard drive is required to record and must be purchased separately.

Hard Drive Installation

  1. Remove the three black screws from the back and the individual black screws from each side of the DVR.

    black screws

  2. Slide the top panel off the DVR

    top panel

  3. Connect both the data and the Power cable to the SATA hard drive.

    Connect

  4. Line up the holes in the bottom of the hard drive with the holes in the bottom of the DVR and use the screws that came with the hard drive to secure the drive.
    • Note: This example picture shows only two screws, all four should be screwed in

      Note

  5. Replace the top panel and all screws

Basic Connections

  1. Place the 4 security cameras in the desired positions.
  2. Connect the power and BNC using the cable provided to each camera and run the cables back to the DVR.

    Connect the power

  3. Connect the 4 BNC cables to the 4 Video In ports on the DVR.

    BNC cables

  4. Connect the Mouse to the port labeled USB MOUSE on the DVR.
  5. Connect a VGA monitor to the VGA port.
  6. Connect an Ethernet cable from your network to the RJ45 port on the DVR. Once those connections are complete the DVR should appear similar to below

    Ethernet cable

  7. Using the power splitter, connect each of the ends to the four cameras and DVR.
    • Note: The DVR Power is designated separate from the camera power cables.

      Note

  8. Plug in the AC Adapter and connect it to the splitter to provide the system power.

    AC Adapter

  9. Once all of those connections are made the system will power up and you will have full control via the monitor connected to the DVR and using the mouse provided.

    connections

For more assistance contact Technical Support here.



Disclaimer: This information is being provided to you as a service from the Technical Support Department. It is intended to assist you in the resolution of your technical problems or questions. If you feel uncomfortable implementing any of the information or suggestions contained herein then you should contact the Technical Support Department directly. The Technical Support Department will not be held responsible for any loss of information, data or programming as a result of the use of this article.