Security

IP cameras


You can choose from 1 to 32 IP cameras to be configured for display. 

After selecting the necessary number of cameras, the following fields will be available in this window: 

Name: Display the desired name of the camera. 

URL: RTSP-line to get the camera stream. The string is usually listed in the installation instructions that come with the camera. 

Security scenes settings


A total of 3 scenarios are available: Out, Home, and Sleep. Depending on each scenario, you can customize the logic of the triggering of certain loops.

Security sensors settings


No: Number of the sensor.

Type: Type o the sensor.

Sensor type

Normal mode - the sensor is activated only when the system is armed and if this sensor is selected in the paragraph above. Usually, this type is used for door and window sensors.

Emergency and 24 hours - is active constantly. These types can be selected when flood sensors, gas, volume, smoke, and heating are connected to the loops.

Mode: Mode of the sensor (NO, NC, trigger, bell)

Delay: Delay before activating a specific sensor.

Sensor: Selects the display type of the sensor for additional informativity when triggered.

To disable alarm you need to enter a password. By default, the password is 1234.

Notification


Enable/disable: Enable/disable the additional alert on alarm triggering on the internal monitor using the SIP protocol. Notification occurs by sending SIP messages to the specified SIP number on which the BAS-IP Intercom application is installed.

Main number: Input field for the first SIP number to which the alarm will be sent.

Second number: Input field for the second SIP number to which the alarm will be sent.

Delay: Delay before sending SIP messages when an alarm is triggered.

Auto call: Enable / disable additional alert on alarm triggering on the internal monitor via SIP protocol. Notification occurs by calling the specified SIP number on which the BAS-IP Intercom application is installed.

Number: SIP number input field for an automatic call when an alarm is triggered.

Heartbeat: Enable/disable the additional alert on alarm triggering on the internal monitor via SIP protocol. Notification occurs by sending SIP messages to the specified SIP number on which the BAS-IP Intercom application is installed for the specified interval in seconds.

Data: A message input field that will be sent at a specified time interval.

Timeout: SIP message sending interval in seconds.

Sensor #1-Sensor #16: A text entry field sent in a SIP message when a specific alarm sensor triggers.