The Actions dialog governs how the camera will react to certain events.
In the Signal Out Action dialog, you can also configure user-defined events.
In addition, you can define special Messages in the Messaging and Messaging 2 dialogs. You may select different events in each dialog to send different messages for these events.
When you first install your camera, it recognizes all events since the factory default setting All has been set.
|Enable Action Profile||Using this option, you can (temporarily) deactivate the entire message profile without loosing the settings.|
|Time Table Profile||
In order to activate the actions defined in this dialog in a time-controlled manner, you need to select a Time Table Profile. Make sure the action profile is set to Enable.
|Action Dead Time||No further action will be started during the time set in this parameter.|
You can restrict the number of events upon which the camera should start a new action by highlighting only the desired events in the list. If this is the case, the actions described hereafter are performed for the highlighted events only.
|Signal Out Action (SO)||
Closes the signal output (pin 1-5) for the defined period of time.
In order to exactly define the signal output status, set this option to Off and enter the desired settings in the Signal Out Action dialog (not available for Web and Basic cameras).
|File Transfer Action (FT)||
Transfers an image to an FTP server. Select one of the profiles that you have created in the FTP Profiles dialog.
The Messaging 2 dialog allows setting a second FTP transmission (FT2).
|Visual Alarm (VA)||
When an event occurs, the live image can be enhanced by a visual effect. You can define the Effect, Color and Duration of this visual effect.
As an additional measure, you may activate Alarm Acknowledge to confirm events manually and to remove the visual alarm.
Click on the Set button to activate your settings and to save them until the camera is rebooted.
Click on the Close button to close the dialog. While closing the dialog, the system checks the entire configuration for changes. If changes are detected, you will be asked if you would like to store the entire configuration permanently.