From the LPR task, you can configure sound management, acknowledgment buffer settings, and a hit delay for the patrol vehicle.
Before you begin
What you should know
- When you select the Genetec Patroller™ entity that you added to Security Center, you cannot modify the computer's settings in the computer's Properties tab.
- Information about the computer hosting the Genetec Patroller™ entity under Properties cannot be modified.
- From the Config Tool home page, open the LPR task, and click Roles and units.
- Under the LPR Manager, select the Genetec Patroller™ entity you want to configure, and click the Properties tab.
Under File association, configure how hotlists and permits
should be used.
- Inherit from LPR Manager role
- Genetec Patroller™ uses the hotlists and permit lists associated with its parent LPR Manager. This is the default setting.
- Associate specific hotlists or permit lists with the Genetec Patroller™ unit rather than the LPR Manager. If you move the Genetec Patroller™ entity to another LPR Manager, the hotlist or permit list will follow.
Under Sound management, configure Genetec
Patroller™ to play a sound when reading a plate and/or
generating a hit, and choose whether sounds should be played even when the application is
- Play sound on hit
- Plays a sound when Genetec Patroller™ generates a hit.
- Play sound on read
- Plays a sound when Genetec Patroller™ reads a plate.
- Play sounds even when minimized
- Play sounds even if the Genetec Patroller™ window is minimized.
Under Acknowledgment buffer, specify a buffer restriction that
limits how many hits can remain unacknowledged (not accepted or rejected) before Genetec
Patroller™ starts automatically rejecting all subsequent
hits. You can also choose (by priority) which hotlists should comply with this
- Reject count
- How many unacknowledged hits are allowed.
- Reject priority
- When you create a hotlist entity, you can specify a priority for that hotlist. This setting tells Genetec Patroller™ which hotlist(s) should comply with the buffer restriction.
- Under Hotlist and permit, specify the Duplicate hit delay that tells Genetec Patroller™ to disregard multiple hits on the same plate for the duration of the delay. For example, if you set a delay of 10 minutes, no matter how many times Genetec Patroller™ reads the same plate during those 10 minutes, it will generate only one hit.
The Genetec Patroller™ entity is configured in Security Center. The settings will be pushed to the Genetec Patroller™ running on the in-vehicle computer the next time it connects to Security Center.