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iVMS 4200 Videos

posted by Phil Leadley

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1

How to Add Card on iVMS-4200

https://youtu.be/BBazyKiAsgE

2

How to Add Person on iVMS-4200

https://youtu.be/VdMFgZTpR-I

3

How to Apply Permission on iVMS-4200

https://youtu.be/-HNdfMW4lkE

4

How to Check and Change Door Status

https://youtu.be/0hcpQLRU1aQ

5

How to Configure Attendance Check Point Settings on iVMS-4200

https://youtu.be/7N79J-fFdV4

6

How to Configure Card Reader Authentication on iVMS-4200

https://youtu.be/fgv1K6Qg-fc

7

How to Configure Department Schedule on iVMS-4200

https://youtu.be/7sBhYLPcbwo

8

How to Configure Multiple Shift Schedule on iVMS-4200

https://youtu.be/XzyNzCplRxQ

9

How to Configure Person Schedule on iVMS-4200

https://youtu.be/s2PIoLh2lEs

10

How to Configure Schedule and Template on iVMS-4200

https://youtu.be/iO4aAXjrako

11

How to Configure Shift Setting on iVMS-4200

https://youtu.be/FYs_2dJNg4E

12

How to Configure Time Period on iVMS-4200

https://youtu.be/3ShTIoruyNU

13

How to Control Door Remotely

https://youtu.be/jd1t9s6vqaY

14

How to Do Event  Search

https://youtu.be/uJIos4O64X0

15

How to Enable and Disable Card Reader

https://youtu.be/Oe_9d4DTDIg

16

How to Export Access Control Event

https://youtu.be/s-XukQMbYHE

17

How to Set Access Control Event Linkage on iVMS-4200

https://youtu.be/rmiQNfv_kG8

18

How to Set Access Control Parameter on iVMS-4200

https://youtu.be/EThBI60i7xs

19

How to Set Anti-passing Back on iVMS-4200

https://youtu.be/k_pW4m9WSzc

20

How to Set Authentication Password on iVMS-4200

https://youtu.be/WlpNWdAwlcs

21

How to Set Auto Backup on iVMS-4200

https://youtu.be/NyNElqiWUC8

22

How to Set Cross-Device Linkage on iVMS-4200

https://youtu.be/RXXIU9jJdqg

23

How to Set Door Status Duration

https://youtu.be/xtHQed4833c

24

How to Set Event Card Linkage on iVMS-4200

https://youtu.be/uTC6yI8SxT4

25

How to Set Multi-door Interlocking on iVMS-4200

https://youtu.be/Om6wIizR8eg

26

How to Set Multiple Authentication on iVMS-4200

https://youtu.be/nYHF0WAlPW4

27

How to Set Open Door with First Card on iVMS-4200

https://youtu.be/GYh_88IYMzE

28

How to Set Zone Event Linkage on iVMS-4200

https://youtu.be/x99Kc_yWIBM

29

How to Set Door Lock Time

https://youtu.be/7d5F2fMPk2w

30

How to Set Sensor's Type

https://youtu.be/IXkxVD-E8MY

31

How to Synchronize Time Manually on iVMS-4200

https://youtu.be/lOrupq10KTc

RAID in Video Surveillance

posted 20 Nov 2018, 13:49 by Andrew Sharrem   [ updated 20 Nov 2018, 13:51 ]

We've posted a new article on RAID use in VMS.
Generally speaking RAID is not something we recommend.
Check out the article...

Some great LPR shots one of our clients sent in.

posted 26 Apr 2018, 13:57 by Phil Leadley   [ updated 26 Apr 2018, 16:06 ]

Lights off on the offenders Van. Pitch black conditions.

Hikvision Tech Support - Hotline

posted 8 Apr 2018, 21:10 by Andrew Sharrem

Local NZ number - Serviced from Australia...
092173127

Brooks - Wireless Smoke & CO systems - what you need to know

posted 8 Apr 2018, 15:33 by Phil Leadley   [ updated 8 Apr 2018, 15:37 ]

Brooks Australia Pty LtdWe recommend up to 12 RF devices per system. The larger the system the more RF signals being transmitted and the greater the chance of signal clashing.  

This means there will be a lot of RF signals trying to transmit in a very tight time frame – as all the RF devices are interconnected, if a signal path is blocked by signal clashing, then the unit will not respond to a fire message.

As you noted, the RF devices form a mesh. 

Technically, 31 RF (radio) devices within a system is the max that is possible but ensuring that the signal gets to all 31 devices within the suitable time frame is very difficult to show and validate.

That said, quite a few of our Radio LINK systems installed have more than 12 x RF devices, and they work well.

However we always recommend the final configuration and set up is fully tested and verified – a button test on each device and a record that all other devices have responded to the message.

This can be slow and tedious process (not to mention loud), but is essential in proving that the system is working as designed.

Summary – We recommend up to 12 RF devices per system, if there are more be sure to fully test the system.

To answer your other question,  if all alarms sound and there is no obvious fire, how do you identify the alarm that initially triggered.

Pushing the hush button on one interconnected smoke alarm will silence all alarms except the one that activated, after the occupant confirms there is no fire, they can then push the hush button on the activating smoke alarm and it will be silenced.

However we would suggest installing a couple of Alarm Controllers into the system (ref EIB450), easiest way to explain how this works is to watch a factory video at the link below. We sell quite a large number of controller with RadioLINK systems as they allow the occupant to test and silence their alarms from floor level – no need to climb on a wobbly chair to reach the alarms.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QxIc0QcFLyw  

Hikvision disables Onvif by default

posted 3 Feb 2018, 16:30 by Andrew Sharrem   [ updated 1 Mar 2018, 15:49 ]

HikvisionNxWitness
Hikvision firmware v5.5+ now disables the Onvif protocol by default, causing fustrution and issues for 3rd party integration.
NxWitness is one of those affected, but they have begun to address the issue in their latest patch release

The attached document from Hikvision shows the necessary steps to re-enable Onvif.
For NxWitness the "Enable Hikvision CGI" checkbox must also be ticked.

For the latest patch release of Nx, first enable Hik CGI as below - then add device to Nx.
Nx will create and enable the onvif user.

For the Nx stable release - on occasions the camera remains locked if Nx has auto-discovered the camera.
To fix this we use the following workaround;
  • Turn off Nx Camera & Server auto discovery
  • Delete camera from Nx
  • Soft default the camera (default except IP & passwords )
  • Enable Hik CGI & Onvif & user
  • Add device in Nx manually


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