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ACC 6 Enterprise Datasheet

5. The Trigger Behavior:

5. The Trigger Behavior: options define what occurs when the digital output is activated. • Select Activate to enable the digital output in continuous mode. The Duration: fields allow you to specify how long the digital output should be active for. • Select Pulse to enable the digital output in pulse mode. Specify the Period:, Duty Cycle:, and Repeat Count: for the pulse. 6. If there is only a Trigger Duration: field, specify the trigger duration in minutes and seconds. 7. In the Link to Camera(s): area, select the cameras that are permitted to trigger this digital output. By default, the system automatically selects the camera that this digital output is connected to. 8. Click OK. Microphone Use the Microphone dialog box to change the settings for any audio input device that is connected to a camera or video analytics appliance. You can also link the audio to other cameras. To use this feature, a microphone must be connected to the device. NOTE: The dialog box may appear differently depending on the device. Options that are not supported by the device will be disabled or hidden. 1. In the device Setup tab, click . The Microphone dialog box is displayed. 2. If multiple Microphone Inputs: are listed, select the one you want to edit. 3. Select the Enable check box to enable audio recording from microphones connected to the device. 4. Enter a name for the microphone. 5. In the Source: drop down list, select the audio input source. 6. In the Gain: drop down list, select the amount of analog gain that is applied to the audio input. The higher the dB setting, the louder the volume. 7. In the Link to Camera(s): area, select cameras to link to this audio. 8. Click OK. Speaker Use the Speaker dialog box to change the settings for any audio output that is connected to a device (a camera or video analytics appliance). You can also link the audio to other devices. To use this feature, speakers must be connected to the device and a microphone must be connected to your local Client. NOTE: The dialog box may appear differently depending on the device. Options that are not supported by the device will be disabled or hidden. Microphone 76

1. In the device Setup tab, click . The Speaker dialog box is displayed. 2. If multiple Speaker Outputs: are listed, select the one you want to edit. 3. Select the Enable check box to enable audio broadcasting. Speakers connected to the device will broadcast audio from the microphone that is connected to the local Client. 4. Select the Record speaker output check box to record what is broadcast. 5. Enter a name for the speaker. 6. The Volume: slider controls the volume of the speakers. 7. In the Link to Camera(s): area, select cameras to link to the speakers. 8. To test the Microphone Level:, speak into the microphone. The red bar will move to show the audio input level. 9. Click OK. If you want to enable two-way audio for your local application, see General Settings on the next page. Speaker 77

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