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BASIC OPERATIONS

SECURITY LOCK FUNCTION

This function lets you lock the camera live picture mode or VCR
playback mode, so that it cannot be switched to another mode.

Camera Live Picture Mode Lock

Press the LIVE button for about 3 seconds.
A buzzer will be heard, and the VCR and MENU buttons will not
operate if pressed. If buttons are pressed, a buzzer will be heard
and the operation will not be possible.

VCR Playback Mode Lock

Press the VCR button for about 3 seconds.
A buzzer will be heard, and the LIVE and MENU buttons will not
operate if pressed. If buttons are pressed, a buzzer will be heard
and the operation will not be possible.

Canceling the Security Lock

To cancel the security lock, press the same button again for
about 3 seconds. A buzzer will be heard and the mode will be
unlocked.

SETTINGS BACKUP FUNCTION

This unit bottom is equipped with a backup battery (lithium
battery) to maintain the clock settings. When the unit is used
under normal conditions, the backup battery is recharged. The
battery is fully recharged after a minimum of about 30 hours, and
will maintain the clock settings for up to 30 days.

NOTE: The settings may not be maintained properly if the

backup battery has been recharged for less than 30
hours when the power goes off.

Battery Life

If the power is turned off for about one hour or more, when the
power is restored, the (CLOCK SET) menu is displayed so the
clock settings can be checked.
If the clock settings are reset to: 01-01-2000 SAT 00:00:00, that
may indicate that the battery is dead and must be replaced.

Replacing the Battery

To replace the battery, please consult your dealer. After the
battery has been replaced, press the ALL RESET button, then
in the (CLOCK SET) menu set the date and time (see page 27).
Depending on the battery usage it may become necessary to
change it. For replacement and disposal of the old battery,
please contact your dealer.

RESET FUNCTION

The menus can be reset or cleared using one of the following
two methods.

Using the ALL RESET button

Press this button to reset the following:

• Reset the time and date in the (CLOCK SET) menu to the

default setting.

• The display mode on monitor 1 will return to 16 divisions split

screen (default mode).

• The display mode on monitor 2 will return to sequential

screen (default mode).

• The information about the alarms displayed in the (ALARM

DATA) menu will be erased.

NOTE:

If the unit does not function properly, press the
ALL RESET button.
Please note that all the settings mentioned above
will be reset.

Using the MENU RESET Button

A: While a menu is displayed, press the MENU RESET button

to reset all the values of the displayed menu to the default
values.

B: If no menu is displayed, press the MENU RESET button to

reset the time to the nearest hour.

NOTE: For example, between 10:30:00 and 11:29:59 the

clock will be reset to 11:00:00.

Clock, title display operations

Even if the clock and title displays are turned off in the
(DISPLAY SET) menu, the display mode can be selected as
indicated below by pressing the EXIT/DISPLAY button.
Also, when the clock is displayed, it’s position can be
changed by pressing the 
j (or l) button.

LIVE

VCR

MENU

VCR

LIVE

MENU

PLUS

QUAD

MULTI

LIVE

VCR

MENU

MON2

ZOOM

STILL

SEQUENCE

NEXT

EXIT

DISPLAY

ALL

RESET

MENU

RESET

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No display

Date and time display:

Title display:

Date and time and
title display:

L8FC5/US (MPX-CD162, MD162 GB) 2000. 8. 31

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