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In this chapter you will learn which settings you can make for your smart camera. You have already made some settings at the first start, which you can change again here.

1. Camera

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Name of Camera

Give your camera a name here or change it.

Description of Camera

Add a Description to your camera to make sure you know exactly what camera it is.

Location of camera

Specify where exactly your camera is located.

On the right, you can upload a photo of your camera or the viewing object. If you have more than one camera, you can see exactly which one it is. Likewise, you have the possibility to retrieve this information at any time via the API.

2. Customization

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Under this item you can set what information you would like to see in the Bottom Bar. Simply select them.

Camera Name

The name you have chosen

Network Connection Type

Your network connection type that is primarily used.

Software version

Software version of your smart camera

OS version

Version of your operating system

Ethernet Speed

Speed of your Ethernet connection in Mb/s

Wifi Speed

Speed of your wifi connection

Camery type

Your camea type

Storage

Memory usage of your camera

RAM Load

RAM usage

CPU Load

CPU load

Date

Current date

Time

Current time

Display on

Here you can switch the display of your camera off or on.

Bridging/
Insulation

Here you can switch on Ethernet or WiFi bridging and thus combine several networks or switch off bridging.

Start Options

Here you can select whether you want to see the home screen or the dashboard directly when you open the web application.

3. date and time

Under this setting item, you can check and set the correct time and date.

NTP server address:

The following entries are possible in the input field:

  • IP address: Enter the IP address in IPv4 format: Example: 192.168.9.1
  • Domain: Enter the NTP domain: Example: time1.google.com

4. Ethernet

Under this setting item you can adjust your Ethernet network setting.

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Ethernet Type

Select Static or DHCP as the communication type.

  • Static allows you to specify the IP addresses for the target network yourself. You also have the option of specifying several different DNS server addresses in addition to the subnet and gateway.
  • Auto (DHCP) assigns an IP address to the camera over the network.

Ethernet IP Address Type

Select IPv4, IPv6 or Host as Ethernet IP address type.

Ethernet Configuration

Under this item you can specify your IPv4, IPv6 or host address, classless inter-domain routing, gateway address and DNS server address.

Use as primary routing

By activating this item (yellow) you give the Ethernet port the release for the primary use of the network port. In this case, the DNS servers of the Ethernet port are used, for example, when communicating with domains. If the item is activated under Ethernet, it is automatically deactivated under WiFi.

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On the right side in the Network Status you can find the hostname, which you can customize when using Ethernet or Wifi. Enter the name with which you want to make the camera visible in the network. After entering the name is automatically taken over, a save is not necessary. Please note the hint “Reload” to make the new name visible in the browser. In addition, all other data are listed under this item.

5. WiFi

Under this item you can adjust your WiFi network settings.

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WiFi Mode

Choose one of the modes Static, Auto, Access Point or disable your WiFi.

  • Static: Connects to a network by entering the SSID and password, and creating a static IP address with gateway and subnet mask.
  • Auto: Select the appropriate network from a list of surrounding networks.
  • Access point: Create your own network for the camera.
  • Disable WiFi: Disable the WiFi interface

5.1 Static

WiFi IP address type

Select IPv4, IPv6 or Host as WiFi IP address type.

WiFi configuration

In this item, you can specify your SSID, password, IPv4, IPv6 or host address, Classless inter-domain routing, gateway address and DNS server address(es) for your WiFi connection.

Use as primary routing

By activating this button (yellow), you enable the WiFi port for primary use of the network port. In this case, the DNS severs of the WiFi port are used, for example, when communicating with domains. If the item is enabled under WiFi, it is automatically disabled under Ethernet.

5.2 Car

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Scan network

Clicking this button will scan the surrounding network of the camera. This is followed by a listing of all available networks.

  • SSID: name of the network
  • Security: Type of encryption
  • Channel: Specification of the channel
  • Signal strength: Indication of the signal strength of the network (0-100%)
  • Data rate: Data rate over the available network
  • Frequency: Frequency band 2.4GHz / 5GHz

Connect

Then select a network and press Connect. To do this, enter the network password in the dialog box and click Confirm.

Use as primary routing

By activating this button (yellow), you enable the WiFi port for primary use of the network port. In this case, the DNS severs of the WiFi port are used, for example, when communicating with domains. If the item is enabled under WiFi, it is automatically disabled under Ethernet.

5.3 Access Point

By activating the access point, you have the possibility to control the camera via your PC or cell phone. Afterwards, only follow the instructions in the First Step guide.

5.4 Disable WiFi

Disable the interface and thus ensure that operation is only via Ethernet.

6. Performance

The Performance menu item lists the performance parameters of your camera.

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6.1 CPU performance

Cores

Here you can see how many processor cores your CPU consists of.

CPU Load

Here you can see to what percentage the CPU is used.

6.2 RAM performance

Used (in %)

Here you can see what percentage of RAM is currently in use.

Used

Here you can see how many MB of RAM are currently in use.

Free

Here you can see how many MB of RAM is still free.

Availabe

Here you can see how many MB of RAM is still available.

Total

Here you can see how many MB the RAM has.

6.3 Load average

1 minute

Here you can see how many processes were running at the last minute.

5 Minutes

Here you can see how many processes were running in the last 5 minutes.

15 Minutes

Here you can see how many processes were running in the last 15 minutes.

6.4 Uptime

Uptime

Time of the last restart of the system.

7. Storage

Under the menu item Storage you will find information about your storage space. You can also use the buttons below to reset your database and the system to factory defaults.

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Database reset

Reset all settings of the camera. Misconfigurations can thus be corrected

Export Database

Export all your settings using this button. This includes all configurations including the set parameters, saved images and set networks.

Import Database

Use this button to import one of your databases directly to the camera. For example, if you need to change or expand the hardware, you can easily access all your settings via this option. This includes all configurations including the set parameters, saved images and set networks.

Disk Space

Used (in %)

Here you can see what percentage of the memory is already in use.

Used

Here you can see how many MB of the memory are already used.

Free

Here you can see how many MB of memory are still free.

Total

Here you can see how many MB your memory has in total.

File System Storage

Max Storage Capacity

Set the maximum size of your file storage here. You can find the file storage under the Files menu item.

Used

Here you can see how many MB of the memory are already used.

Factory Reset

Use this button to reset your camera to the factory default settings.

8. System

8.1 System information

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All properties of your system are listed under this item. These include:

  • Camera
  • Docker variant
  • Focus
  • Lens
  • obstructed light
  • Wireless connection
  • Sensor code 
  • Display
All this information can also be used as bookmarks.

8.2 Auto Restart

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Use Auto Restart

Select this option if you want to enable Auto Restart. Your system is then automatically restarted – for example after software updates – and restores the last active process.

Reconnection Attempts

Set here how often your camera should try to restore the last active process when restarting.

8.3 System Actions

Power Off

Use this button to turn off the camera.

Reboot

Use this button to reboot your camera.

9. Update

Under System Update you can see your software version, your OS version, your evoVIU hardware version and your Vision Framework version. Also, you can check for updates under this item and run them or perform offline updates.

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Check for updates

You can use this button to check for updates online. For this, the camera must be connected to the Internet. After clicking the button you will get feedback which new software version is available. Also, the Start Update button appears. Click this to perform the update. While the update is in progress, you will see a yellow bar. As soon as this goes out, the process is finished. Wait about 30 seconds and then reload the application. Here you should again get a hint of a new SSL key.

Offline update

If your camera is not connected to the Internet, you can perform an offline software update. To do this, you will receive a file that you can drag and drop into the designated field. Then a dialog box appears in which you have to enter a key. When you are finished, click Confirm. The file is uploaded and the update is executed. Wait about 30 seconds and reload the camera.

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