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Demo Tip: Finding Evolution 360-Degree Cameras In Your System

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sesa269896
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Demo Tip: Finding Evolution 360-Degree Cameras In Your System

Finding Evolution 360-Degree cameras in a system is quick and easy, and even though these cameras are not compatible with Pelco Device Utility 2 (DU2) and Device Utility 1 (DU1), there are a numbers of ways to find them in a system. The recommended tool is the Oncam Grandeye Camera Configuration Tool. Evolution 360-Degree cameras can also be found with Pelco VMS utilities – DS Quick Set-up and Endura Utilities – as well as with the Oncam Grandeye 360-degree Viewer.

The attached guide shows how to use any of these tools to find Evolution 360-Degree Cameras on your system. We invite you to download this guide and acquaint yourself with all the tools shown. The more you know, the more effectively you can present and sell this exciting offer.

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Sisko
Sisko

Re: Demo Tip: Finding Evolution 360-Degree Cameras In Your System

Hi, does Pelco plan to integrate GrandEye cameras to Endura system?

sesa242211
Schneider Alumni (Retired)
Schneider Alumni (Retired)

Re: Demo Tip: Finding Evolution 360-Degree Cameras In Your System

Hi Sergij,

Beta testing for the Oncam Endura companion application and UDI5000-CAM code is targeted for the second quarter of 2014. Pelco is committed to providing a solution for the Oncam Grandeye 360 camera for customers that utilize the Endura VMS. Please let us know if you are interested in participating in the beta project and we will add you to our interest list and contact you upon availability.

Thanks,

Richard Maxwell

Pelco Technical Support

nader
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Re: Demo Tip: Finding Evolution 360-Degree Cameras In Your System

Hi Richard,

Any updates regarding Oncam Grandeye integration with Endura ?

Thanks

Nader

sesa242211
Schneider Alumni (Retired)
Schneider Alumni (Retired)

Re: Demo Tip: Finding Evolution 360-Degree Cameras In Your System

Hi Nader. We are still testing the integration program with a select group of customers. It has not been released to the general public, yet.

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Re: Demo Tip: Finding Evolution 360-Degree Cameras In Your System

Richard,

It has been a while since this string started. Any hopes of an Endura solution for this camera?

I have video thru a UDI but cannot manipulate (PTZ) the video. It would be nice.

Thanks for any input you may have.

mcouvillion
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Re: Demo Tip: Finding Evolution 360-Degree Cameras In Your System

Sir,

I've tried the Endura EVO-360 Viewer.

Link to download; Search - The Exchange

Link to PDF; Search - The Exchange

Application will search for Endura SM5200 System Manager and build a list of EVO-360 cameras in your network.

PTZ function if live and recorded.

steven_berg_vb_
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Re: Demo Tip: Finding Evolution 360-Degree Cameras In Your System

Thanks Mark,

All issues the release notes mentioned, I have found all that to be true.

Our staff did not like having "another" program to run. Also, unable to put dewarped video onto our monitor wall (VCD or NET). Both are big issues for our use.

Hope to see a solution in the future.