SharpOS 12.7 Portal - Date and time page - SharpV | SharpOS 12.7

AutoVu Handbook for SharpV Fixed Installations 12.7

series
SharpV | SharpOS 12.7
revised_modified
2019-08-21

The Date and time page is available from the Configuration > General settings menu. Use the Date and time page to configure how you want to configure the internal clock of the SharpV.

Settings
Select one of the following settings.
  • No synchronization
    The SharpV uses its own clock.
  • NTP server
    Enter the URL of a known time server (for example, time.windows.com). The SharpV clock synchronizes with this server on startup and then every hour. You can test the connection at any time by clicking Test connection.
  • Active extension
    Click to synchronize the SharpV clock with the clock on the Security Center server it is connected to. The SharpV clock synchronizes with the Security Center server clock upon connection, then every 24 hours.
    IMPORTANT: Selecting this option has no effect if you are using any of the other extension types (FTP, HTTP, and so on). It can only be used when the active extension type is configured as Security Center (legacy). The active extension is configured on the Configuration > Connectivity > Extension page.
  • LPM protocol
    Future use.
  • Synchronize with client browser now
    Click to synchronize the date and time with the client machine you are using to connect to the SharpV Portal. The camera performs a one-time synchronization.
    IMPORTANT: Do not synchronize the SharpV clock with the client browser unless you are connecting to the SharpV Portal from the server hosting the LPR Manager role. If you synchronize clocks with a computer other than the Security Center server, the camera's reads and hits might not have accurate timestamps.
Date and time format
Select one of the following date and time formats.
  • International
    Selecting the International option displays the date and time in the format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS
  • Imperial
    Selecting the Imperial option displays the date and time in the format: DD/MM/YYYY H:MM:SS AM/PM