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You can set the detection level for each sampled pixel. The smaller the value, the greater the
sensitivity. To avoid triggering motion detection on small objects in the image, enter a higher
After you have defined the detection (sensitivity) level of each pixel, you can set the sensitivity
level of the entire motion detection area. A setting of 80, for example, means that motion
detection is triggered when 20 percent or more of the sampled pixels change (are in motion).
The larger the sensitivity value, the greater the sensitivity of motion detection.
You can also set the time interval between each detected motion.
Setting the Motion Detection Actions
You can specify what actions you want the camera to perform when suspicious motion is
detected in the active motion detection window. You can select more than one action. See the
following sections for more information.
Enabling the Alarm Relay Outputs
Under Triggered Action (see
Enable alarm output 2 check boxes.
Recording Video Clips to a Configured Storage Device
Motion Detection Sampling Every Three Pixels
Under Motion Detection Setting, type a value between 1 and 10 in the Sampling pixel
interval field (see
Type a value between 1 and 100 in the Detection level field (default = 10).
Type a value between 1 and 100 in the Sensitivity level field (default = 80).
Type a value between 0 and 7200 in the Time interval(sec) field (default = 10 seconds).
A microSDHC card must be connected to the back panel of the camera to be
able to record a video clip to the SD card. See
for the location to install the microSDHC card.
A Network attached storage device (NAS) must be connected and
configured to be able to record a video clip to the network storage. See
Network Attached Storage Management on page 131
Under Triggered Action, select the Record video clip check box. The Record video clip
options will appear below the check box (see
6-11), select one or both of the Enable alarm output 1 and