Hardware and PC Security profiles, customize channel descriptors, and enable
your VR 320 to “Auto update” the database by clicking the wrench
(setup) on the home screen.
the administrator to assign passwords to front panel users from the PC
the administrator to customize the channel descriptor (ex. Channel 1 becomes
Police Desk, or Bond Desk)
be made only when the unit is not in the record mode
Auto Update Database
Enable your VR 320 to automatically perform the daily
Call Records Database download. By
enabling the timer to request the download during a slow period, such as 4 a.m.,
your Call Record Database will be complete when you arrive.
Select the download
time. Enable the timer and close
the window. Network Access must be
running for this feature to work automatically
One or more administrator accounts must be set up for each computer networked with the logger. This administrator may grant or deny access to features and channels by creating individual user accounts. Each user is assigned a password that will be required when logging onto the program. The password is linked to the profile of that user and the program will respond according to the access limitations set by the administrator.
Select and deselect a channel to monitor by clicking its box. A green LED to the left of the channel box indicates channel activity. Select to simultaneously monitor any combination of up to four channels.
Any combination of up to four channels can be played simultaneously. Simply click on the channel desired to select or deselect it during playback. A green "LED" to the left of the channel box indicates channel activity. The .wav files are created during playback by clicking the microphone icon. The call records are reached by clicking the file cabinet icon.
Relevant call data is stored with each communication recorded by the logger. This call data may be transferred from archived media or from the data stored on the internal hard disk. Call data includes time, date, duration, DTMF or CLID data, channel descriptor, and channel number. Custom applications can be accommodated if additional data is needed (such as PIN numbers or other user-identification).
The transfer of the call list takes a matter of moments. To hasten the process even further, the user is given the opportunity of transferring only a those call records required for the task at hand.
Once calls are transferred, they may be filtered using any combination of one or all of the sort parameters. These parameters include range of dates and times, channel numbers, call duration, and DTMF or CLID.
The user may create .wav files while listening to the audio playing from either individual calls or calls from a compiled call list.
Recreating events from previously recorded .wav files is fast and easy. Simply double-click on the relevant calls so they appear in the Build fields. Type a description to be stored with the compilation, then click the Build button.
This page updated October 2002.
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