Perations, 1 recording, Normal recording – GE 0150-0255C User Manual
Page 17: Alarm recording
To begin recording, press the Record button. RECORD will be indicated for
three seconds, near the upper left hand corner of the primary monitor. The
unit always starts recording at the end of the previously recorded data.
Recording will continue until:
Another mode is selected (Play mode, or Stop mode).
The disk is full (In No Overwrite and Overwrite Once modes).
See section 5.1 Advanced Menu
→ Disk Overwrite Mode on
page 5-1, for details regarding Disk Overwrite modes.
The unit records at the normal record speed until an alarm condition is detected.
The normal record speed is indicated on the LCD, and can be altered using the
Up/Down Record Speed buttons, or in the menu system.
For information about altering the normal record speed from the menu system, see
→ Record Settings → Normal Record Speed, on page 4-5 of the
Operator Programming section of this manual.
The normal record speed can be altered while the unit is recording. The unit will
continue recording while the menu system is active.
When an alarm condition is detected, the unit automatically switches to the
alarm record speed. The alarm condition is indicated in several ways:
With the word ALARM, displayed on the primary monitor, near the
upper left hand corner of the screen.
With the LED Alarm Indicator on the front panel of the unit.
With the internal buzzer (if activated in the menu system). For
information about activating the internal buzzer during alarms, see
→ Alarms on page 4-3 of the Operator programming
section of this manual.
By an external device, connected to the alarm output of the unit (if
the unit is installed that way).
The alarm record speed cannot be changed using the Up/Down Record Speed buttons on the front
panel. The alarm record speed must be changed in the menu system. For information about altering
the alarm record speed, see Main Menu
→ Record Settings → Alarm Record Speed, on page 4-5
of the Operator Programming section of this manual.
The unit returns to the normal record speed when the alarm condition ends.