Each camera imager can be configured separately and therefore many settings can be made and checked separately.
Settings in the Installer Menu can be made on a per-camera basis, including sensor mode, image rotation & lens settings with the lens wizard.
Please find in this article some settings you can do separately for each FLEXIDOME multi 7000i camera imager on the camera’s web page.
‘Display stamping’ submenu has been moved from the General menu to the Camera menu.
Open one browser
Type the IP address of your camera
Go to Configuration > expand the Camera menu. The "Display stamping" menu will be displayed there. Options are much more flexible than in the previous cameras, they are now like CPP13 cameras (INTEOX).
The camera may be out of focus during a rapid zoom change if:
There is a large amount of reflection with full sunlight.
Or, there are headlights or bright lights present at night. This problem occurs most often when used in traffic applications.
The camera tries to focus on the bright lights and fails to find the correct focus position (example snapshot of headlights below).
Find how you can fix this issue from this article!
MIC 7000i with FW 7.72 shows blurred images.
After restart, the quality of the image is good for a short time, but the issue reappear.
Only Applicable to these models:
MIC 7000i (MIC-7502-Z30x)
MIC 9000i (MIC-9502-Z30x)
Find how you can fix this issue from this article!
According to its Data Sheet, the Flexidome IP 3000i IR camera has 2 options to activate the alarm input.
Please refer to the diagram from this article if you would like to get alarm input from some physical sensors.
With BVMS 11.0, new licensing system was introduced.
Attached document describes how to migrate existing activated BVMS licenses from the Bosch Software License Manager System (SLMS) licensing system to the new Bosch Remote Portal licensing.
Starting with BVMS 11.0, the standard BVMS licensing scheme also applies to the DIVAR IP units.
Attached document describes how the upgrade process to BVMS 11.0 looks like and what kind of licenses are needed for a DIVAR IP unit!
Do you have any doubts, regarding BVMS licensing?
Attached whitepaper might serve as comprehensive source of knowledge for BVMS licensing topics, like:
BVMS product editions and license types
License activation process
Assurance PRO ordering process
Managing your licenses in Remote Portal
and much more!
The camera supports the SNMP V1 (Simple Network Management Protocol) for managing and monitoring network components, and can send SNMP messages (traps) to IP addresses. It supports SNMP MIB II in the unified code.
You may need the SNMP MIB file when you are trying to monitor the camera through a Bosch or 3rd party software. This article aims to describe how to find and enable the SNMP on a DINION 6000 HD camera.
Same LAN connection between the camera and PC
In order to quickly offer a technical solution or to provide a professional advice for the next analysis steps, the technical support specialists need to get some general and basic information.
Ticket content should always be in English and provided in a well summarized and structured way in order to be able to provide a quick and appropriate feedback.
Not following the guideline will impact the processing time of the ticket.
Related Products: BVMS SDK, BVMS
Analyzing BVMS systems with SDK components is a challenging task, because the functionality and the runtime behavior of those systems are harder to determine than for a BVMS systems without SDK functionality.
In order to troubleshoot BVMS systems with SDK components support needs the following information and logging.
Please prove the following information to support:
Symptom specific Information
How to retrieve the Hardware ID for BVMS and check the Software Maintenance Agreement (SMA) status?
BVMS stand alone or appliance
Detailed description of the expected behavior of the SDK functionality.
Detailed description of the actual behavior of the SDK functionality.
What type is the standalone SDK application (based on ClientSDK, ServerSDK, or CameoSDK) and on which machine is it running?
Are there additionally client scripts, server scripts or workstation startup scripts?
Do SDK components interact with remote Operator Clients?
Do SDK components interact with the Operator Client UI?
Do SDK components control devices?
How often are client scripts triggered?
How often are scripts triggered by BVMS event?
Which shared resources are accessed by SDK actions? (Dome cameras, AMG, Operator Client UI)
Do SDK components interact with an unreliable environment? (Unstable network, offline devices, offline PCs, etc.)
Do SDK components properly handle offline situations? (offline devices, configuration changes, etc.)
Please provide the Scriplet and/or Log files
The optimal approach is to provide both the scriplet and logging.
ClientScript logfiles: can be found in the ConfigCollection of Operator Client machines.
ServerScript logfiles: can be found in the ConfigColletion of Management Server machines.
Make sure that logging is implemented in the script and that logging is activated in the configuration.
A password prevents unauthorized access to the device. You can use different authorization levels to limit access. Proper password protection is only guaranteed when all higher authorization levels are also protected with a password. Therefore, you must always start from the highest authorization level when assigning passwords.
This article will guide you step by step to set the destination password for decoders.
Intelligent Insights is a standalone product. The system can run as a standalone system and be accessed by operators via the web browser or the widgets can be integrated in a BVMS operator client.
The software can be downloaded from the product page here.
Operating system: Windows 10 Enterprise 1809; Windows 10 Pro 1909; Windows 10 Pro for Workstation 1909; Windows Server 2016 1607
CPU: Intel Core i7 4770 3.4 GHz (up to 3.9 GHz); Support of CPU virtualization
RAM: Minimum 16 GB
Network card: 1000Base-T
Free disk space: Minimum 50 GB
We recommend having minimum 15% freedisk space.
Supported Web browser: Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome, MozillaFirefox
There are two methods of working with 3 rd party apps: through Remote Portal and Configuration Manager.
The methods using the Configuration Manager can be used both with an online system (cameras connected to the internet) and an offline system (no internet connection to local system).
Once apps are installed on the camera, the configuration interface for each app can be accessed through the Local App Management Console on the camera. No internet connection required.
In this article you will find the step-by-step guide where is described the method using Configuration Manager.
The purpose of this article is to help you disabling the compass character from the Screen Display (OSD) of the PTZ camera via its web interface .
This example was troubleshooted on one AUTODOME dynamic 7000 HD camera with FW version 7.10.0076
One of the reason why UPnP (Universal Plug and Play) is enabled in our devices is because ONVIF uses this to scan the ONVIF device in the network. If you don’t need to scan ONVIF devices in the network using ONVIF method, you can switch of the SSDP Discovery Service.
SSDP protocol can discover Plug & Play devices, with uPnP (Universal Plug and Play).
SSDP uses unicast and multicast address (22.214.171.124).
SSDP is HTTP like protocol and work with NOTIFY and M-SEARCH methods.
"126.96.36.199 " is Bosch Multicast discovery address. When you block this address you cannot scan devices via multicast
In some cases the IVA tasks can get lost after firmware update.
There are 2 ways. In both ways it's not guaranteed that all task shall work afterwards since new firmware version can contain a new IVA version with new features. So please double check afterwards. It shall at-least save some time instead of starting from scratch.