Report pane columns for the Reads task - Security Center 5.6

Security Center User Guide 5.6

series
Security Center 5.6
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2019-10-09

After generating a report, the results of your query are listed in the report pane. This section lists the columns available for the relevant reporting task.

Address
Location of the LPR read.
Context image
Wide angle color image of the vehicle that was captured by the context camera.
Custom fields
The pre-defined custom fields for the entity. The columns only appear if custom fields are defined for the entity, and if the custom fields were made visible to you when they were created or last configured.
Device
Device involved on the unit (reader, REX input, IO module, Strike relay, etc.).
Event timestamp
Date and time that the event occurred.
Generated a hit
Indicates if the read generated a hit with a checkmark.
Latitude
The coordinates of where the LPR event occurred.
Longitude
The coordinates of where the LPR event occurred.
Lot
Parking zone where a given parking regulation is in force.
Manual capture
Displays the plate number entered manually by the Patroller user.
Offload timestamp
The date and time that the Patroller offloaded the reads/hits to Security Center.
Patroller
Patroller entity name. The Patroller entity name field is not populated for fixed Sharp cameras.
Permit name
Name of the permit list under the permit restriction.
Plate image
The license plate image captured by the LPR camera.
Plate origin
State that issued the license plate.
Plate read
The license plate read generated by the Sharp unit.
Protected
Indicates that the record will not be deleted from the database when the retention period (for this type of record) expires.
Protection expiration
Indicates when protection for the read expires.
Rule
Hit rule that matched the plate read.
LPR Unit
The LPR unit that read the plate and populated for a Patroller (for example, Patroller - Left, Patroller - Right, etc.), and for a fixed Sharp.
Wheel image
Image of the vehicle wheels. Used for virtual tire-chalking.