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Doesn't Pelco camera dispose options in NetBotz?

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Doesn't Pelco camera dispose options in NetBotz?

This question was originally posted on DCIM Support by Willian Ferreira on 2016-09-28


Hi all

Our customer purchased 16 Pelco Cameras for you data center, model: IBP 219-ER with IR.

I can see some options of the Pelco camera in the web browser: Motion detection, resolution, zoom, adjusts... but nothing appear in NetBotz camera options. Only a poor image VGA.

I can't setup video record or any solution ot the camera.

What do I need to fix this problem?

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Re: Doesn't Pelco camera dispose options in NetBotz?

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Steven Marchetti on 2016-09-28


Hi Willian,

 

The options and configuration available in NetBotz for a Pelco camera can be found in k-base FA167042. You may be able to see a better image but you will not see the same quality in the NetBotz appliance as you will when you see it directly through the Pelco camera.

 

Steve

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