Spyglass iphone manual

 

This is the official Apple iPhone 4 User Guide in English provided from the manufacturer. If you are looking for detailed technical specifications, please see our Specs page.

Spyglass iphone manual

This is one of Dahua’s latest PTZ cameras with IR LEDs and 30X optical zoom. If you have lower zoom needs, the same camera is available with a 12X zoom as the SD59212S-HN. What makes this camera unique from other PTZ as well as other IR PTZ’s from Dahua or Hikvision is that it can tilt up 15 degrees above the horizon.  If you have ever owned a PTZ, you know what I mean, very annoying when you can’t see past the horizon. If you compare this to prior IR PTZ’s from Dahua, this one is considerably smaller. What also makes this PTZ unique is the more affordable price.

What comes in the box is the camera, a wall mount, a collar to attach the camera to the mount and a 24V power supply (not PoE).

There’s two LED’s and the way the IR LED’s work is clever. They have one that’s very narrow, maybe 10 degrees wide that can light 100m away and one that is wide that maybe good for 30-40m away. It automatically adjusts the light output of each LED to coincide with the amount of zoom. You can also control them manually. For example, this is a shot at about 20x zoom at night in auto mode. If the IR was off, the house at the end would be very dark, but you can see the light on face of the house. You can click on the images to see the full size from the camera.

This is the official Apple iPhone 4 User Guide in English provided from the manufacturer. If you are looking for detailed technical specifications, please see our Specs page.

Digital Watchdog® currently provides an SDK to enable the easy integration of third party technology into the platform architecture of our universal enterprise video management system. It supports integration for DW Spectrum™ IPVMS. The SDK and API can be accessed directly from the DW Spectrum™ IPVMS Media Server in the Web Admin interface. Below are the current SDK and API's available and what they do.

The Server API provides a standard set of API calls for 3rd party systems. Using the Server API developers have the ability to access nearly every feature available in the system's thick client, including - but not limited to - the ability to query/manage system resources (servers, cameras, users), manage users and permissions, pull live or recorded video out of the system, generate events, create rules, control PTZ cameras, and more.

The Video Source Integration SDK enables easy integration of any video source (live or archived) into the system. With the SDK it's possible to create a method for discovering, displaying, analyzing and recording video from virtually any live or recorded video source (IP Cameras, NVR's, DVRs, etc.). It also allows for integrating device I/O's and motion detection information.