LPR unit - Properties tab - Security Center 5.8

Security Center Administrator Guide 5.8

series
Security Center 5.8
revised_modified
2020-08-17

This section lists the settings found in the LPR unit Properties tab, in the LPR task.

In the Properties tab, you can view hardware and software information about the Sharp unit, such as the IP address and port being used. You can also associate a specific hotlist to the Sharp, or link the LPR camera in the Sharp to an Omnicast™ camera, or the Sharp's own context camera.
Properties
Displays hardware and software information about the Sharp unit:
IP address
IP address of the Sharp unit.
Port
Port used by the LPR Manager to communicate with the Sharp unit.
Version
AutoVu PlateReaderServer software version running on the unit.
Type
Unit hardware version.
Serial number
Unit factory installed serial number.
Updater Service version
Displays the Updater service version running on the Sharp.
Firmware version
Displays the firmware version running on the Sharp.
Network configuration (Fixed Sharps only)
IP address
The IP address of the fixed Sharp. The LPR Manager searches for the Sharp unit at this IP address.
Assignment
How the Sharp unit was enrolled in Security Center:
Passive
The LPR Manager discovered the Sharp unit on the network using the discovery port.
Active
The Sharp was added manually in Security Center Config Tool.
Port
Port used by the LPR Manager to communicate with the fixed Sharp unit.
Devices
Link the LPR camera to an Omnicast™ camera.
File association
Select how the Sharp behaves with hotlists:
Inherit from LPR Manager role
The Sharp uses the hotlists associated with its parent LPR Manager. This is the default setting.
Specific
Associate specific hotlists with the Sharp unit. This allows you to create Event-to-actions in Security Desk that trigger on that specific hotlist. For example, if you’re using the Sharp to allow access to a parking lot, you would put the vehicle plates on a hotlist, and then associate that hotlist to the Sharp.
NOTE: To reboot a fixed Sharp, click the Reboot button found in the toolbar at the bottom of the Config Tool workspace. If the Reboot button is not visible, log on to the Sharp Portals’s Configuration page, and then select Accept remote reboot requests.