SharpOS 12.7 Portal - Cameras page - SharpV | SharpOS 12.7

AutoVu Handbook for SharpV Fixed Installations 12.7

series
SharpV | SharpOS 12.7
revised_modified
2019-08-21

The Cameras page is available from the Configuration menu. Use the Cameras page to define a region of interest and adjust the exposure.

RTSP encoding type
Select the unit's MJPEG or H.264 video stream.
IMPORTANT: This value will be applied to both the LPR and context cameras. After changing the video encoding type, you must restart the LPR Manager.
Select your camera
Select the camera to configure.
(Context camera only) Lighting type
Select a lighting type from the drop-down menu.
NOTE: Information on context cameras is not applicable to SharpV ITS cameras.
Exposure
Select the Exposure type. You can choose from the following:
  • Default
    Select this option to have the SharpV automatically adjust the exposure settings.
  • Fixed (indoor)
    Select this option when constant lighting conditions are available. Use the sliders to adjust the Gain and Shutter time, until the overall brightness and clarity you want for the image is achieved.
  • Range (outdoor)
    Select this option for variable lighting conditions outdoors. Use the sliders to adjust the Gain and Shutter time, until the overall brightness and clarity you want for the image is achieved.
(LPR camera only) Click the picture to define region of interest
Defining a region of interest restrict the readable area to a portion of the field of view as configured by the user. Define a region of interest by clicking points on the image to create a perimeter. Click Clear the region of interest to delete the region.
(Context camera only) Enable illuminator
Select this to enable the IR illuminator in low light conditions. If Exposure is set to Fixed (indoor), the IR illuminator is fixed to On or Off depending on Enable illuminator check box. If Exposure is set to Range (outdoor), the illuminator is automatically turned On or Off depending on light conditions. However, the IR illuminator can be completely turned off by clearing the Enable illuminator check box.
NOTE: Information on context cameras is not applicable to SharpV ITS cameras.