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IP Cameras

Manufacturer
Arecont vision
Model
Av5100
Max Resolution
1600x1200
Example Image Path
/image?res=full&x0=0&y0=0&x1=1600&y1=1200&quality=15&doublescan=0&autoexp=on
Example mjpg path
/mjpeg?res=half&x0=0&y0=0&x1=1600&y1=1200&quality=12&doublescan=0
Example MPEG path
/h264stream?res=(half|full)&x0=(0..2596)&y0=(0..1944)&x1=(32..2596)&y1=(32..1944) & q p=(4..36)&doublescan=(0|1)&ssn=(1..65535)[&fps=value][&bitrate=(1..51200)]
Wifi
None
POE
Unknown
Infra Red
Yes (external source
Works with Zoneminder?
Notes
The camera parameters can be accessed via the HTTP requests of the following format: http://ip_address/set?parameter=value http://ip_address/get?parameter Examples: http://192.168.0.36/set?brightness=15 http://192.168.0.36/get?brightness The following parameter requests are supported via HTTP protocol by Arecont Vision cameras: brightness – image brightness (valid values are from -50 to 50) sharpness – image sharpening(valid values are from 0 to 4) saturation – color saturation (valid values from 0 to 6) blue - blue tint adjustment (valid values from -10 to +10) red - red tint adjustment (valid values from -10 to +10) illum – illumination setting for auto white balance (valid values are auto, indoor, outdoor, mix) freq – frequency of AC powered light sources (valid values are 50 and 60) lowlight – low light mode of the camera, allows tradeoff between frame rate and image quality (valid values are balance, speed, quality, highspeed, moonlight). If highspeed is used, an additional parameter shortexposures can be set with valid values from 1 to 10. rotate – image rotation (valid values are 0 and 180) autoexp – allows to turn on and off auto exposure (valid values are on and off) expwndleft - left coordinate of user-defined auto-exposure measurement window (valid values should fall within sensor window) expwndtop - top coordinate of user-defined auto-exposure measurement window (valid values should fall within sensor window) expwndwidth - width of user-defined auto-exposure measurement window (valid values should fall within sensor window) expwndheight – height of user-defined auto-exposure measurement window (valid values should fall within sensor window) sensorleft - left coordinate of sensor window (valid values defined by sensor size) sensortop - top coordinate of sensor window (valid values defined by sensor size) sensorwidth - width of sensor window (valid values defined by sensor size; this value affects sensor frame rate) se nsorheight - height of sensor window (valid values defined by sensor size; this value affects sensor frame rate) imgleft - left coordinate of the default image returned in response to the simple request h t tp://ip_address/img.jpg (valid values should fall within the camera’s sensor window) imgtop - top coordinate of the default image returned in response to the simple request http://ip_address/img.jpg (valid values should fall within the camera’s sensor window) imgwidth – width of the default image returned in response to the simple request http://ip_address/img.jpg (valid values should fall within the camera’s sensor window)  i mgheight - height of the default image returned in response to the simple request h t tp://ip_address/img.jpg (valid values should fall within sensor window) imgquality – quality setting of the image returned in response to the simple request http://ip_address/img.jpg (valid values 1 to 21) imgres – resolution of the default image returned in response to the simple request http://ip_address/img.jpg (valid values are full and half, where half is used to request images decimated by a factor of 2 in both directions) auto-iris – allows to enable and disable auto-iris (valid values are on and off) irisgain – allows to specify threshold for closing the auto-iris (valid values are from 8 to 255) save – saves current camera configuration (all parameter values) in the non-volatile memory http://ip_address/set?params=save mac – retrieves the MAC address of the camera (read-only) make – retrieves the manufacturer abbreviation(requires firmware version 64116) model – retrieves a four-digit camera model number (read-only, e.g. AV2100M camera will return “model=2100”)
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