Optiflex Interactive Video Overview

Optiflex Interactive Video Overview
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Before You Start . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
On-site Video Surveillance . . . . . . .6
Touchscreen Interface Viewing . . .10
Secure Remote Look-in . . . . . . . .16
Optiflex Mobile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
Video Capture and Archiving . . . .22
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Honeywell's Optiflex Interactive Video System
provides secure, cost-effective video solutions for residential
and commercial applications. Installation is worry free and does
not compromise network security or require manipulation of
firewalls. The state-of-the-art video controller lets you view
cameras via a video monitor, integrated television or secure
remote viewing from a computer anywhere over the Internet.
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Before You Start
Optiflex is so versatile that you can connect remotely to
your system from anywhere in the world. All you need is
Internet access!
Ready to begin? The first thing you’ll need to do is contact your Monitoring Center
and request that you be setup for Honeywell Remote services. If your central,
station does not support the remote services, call us for assistance.
Note: To set up the account the central station will require the unique device ID
located on the unit.
The Hardware Setup
1. Internet Connection
2. Cat5e Cable
3. Power
Once you have established your Honeywell Remote Services Account,
place the unit in the desired location, plug in the Internet Connection and
your 12DCV transformer.
Connect your Optiflex cameras or any camera you wish with the optional
opticoax accessories.
Optiflex will then establish its Internet connection and be ready for use.
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This application guide is designed as a reference to explain
some of the many uses of this versatile video solution.
• On-Site Video Surveillance
• Integrated VISTA/Optiflex local viewing from Touchscreen Interface
• Secure Remote Look-in
• Optiflex Mobile
• Video Capture and Archiving
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On-Site Video Surveillance
Thanks to Optiflex Direct, you can conveniently view video around
your home or business on any computer without having to rely on
the Internet. The PC-based application allows for local connection
to an Optiflex Video device for viewing.
Optiflex supports local viewing applications with a variety of
solutions. An NTSC/PAL output may be used to connect to a
monitor or television. In addition, Optiflex Direct software may
be downloaded free of charge to support local PC viewing.
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On-Site Viewing Setup
Before installing the Optiflex Direct software, it is strongly
recommended that you ensure that the latest operating
system service packs, patches and critical updates
be installed.
Go to the Optiflex Website:
http://symphony.alarmnet.com/Video/OptiflexDirect.aspx
To download the latest version of the Optiflex Direct setup file, click the link
located to the right. After clicking that link, you will be prompted to either open
the file or save the file. If you select "Open,” the setup file will execute immediately
after the file is downloaded. If you select "Save,” take note of the location the file
is placed, so that you may then execute that file manually.
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Once the setup program is running, follow the on-screen
instructions to proceed with the installation procedure.
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Note: This software requires a prior installation of DirectX software,
version 8.0 or later. The installation will detect if DirectX is installed and
automatically download and install the latest DirectX version, if it is not present.
Following the DirectX installation, your machine will be rebooted and the Optiflex
Direct installation will continue.
Once the software has been loaded on your Desk top you will find the Optiflex
Direct Icon. To Start the Viewer, double click on the Short Cut. Once activated,
an Icon will appear in the Start up Tray.
Once activated, left mouse “Click,” Scroll up to the Selected Camera and
click on it. Your Viewer will open a video display box on your Desktop.
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Touchscreen Interface Viewing
When Optiflex is combined with Honeywell's VISTA Control
Panel and Touchscreen Interface (8132i) you can control
security, view video and operate lights and relays remotely
from any Web browser. Symphony can also provide you with
vital details about your business or residence, letting you
view opening and closing reports via an event log with the
touch of a button.
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Touchscreen Interface Viewing Setup
For direct viewing over the touchscreen keypad, first make sure that both are
connected to the same Network router.
To configure the Symphony touch screen for
Optiflex viewing Press, the “Tool bar” tab and
then “Advanced Setup” tab. You will be asked
for your Installer Code.
Press the Central Station button. The
“Central Station” menu screen is displayed.
Press the Options button on the “Central Station”
screen. A pop-up window is displayed with options
for selecting Lighting, Heating/Cooling, and
Video. Click on the button corresponding to
Video. A checkmark will appear in the button
indicating that the video option has been selected.
Press the Save button to accept the setting.
AUI returns to the "Central Station“ menu screen.
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Touchscreen Interface Viewing
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Touchscreen Interface Viewing
Press the Video Setup button.
The “Video Setup” screen is displayed.
Select NTSC default camera for NTSC
composite monitor viewing.
To Edit a Camera select the camera and click
the “Edit” tab.
From here, you can set the position of the label
and edit the camera’s name. To save the data
press the “OK” tab.
Repeat this for each camera.
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Touchscreen Interface Viewing
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Touchscreen Interface Viewing
On the AUI “Home” screen, press the
VIDEO button. The screen displays
one of two screens dependent on
pre-selected options.
Either a screen showing a single camera
view is displayed or the quad view screen
is displayed.
When a single camera view screen is
displayed, pressing the center of the screen
will display the camera select screen. Pressing
the AUI screen in any area except the center
displays the “Video Selection” screen.
On the Video Selection screen, press the
button that corresponds to the camera
number (Camera-1, Camera-2, Camera-3,
Camera-4, Camera-5, or Camera-6) to
display that camera’s view. To display
Camera-1 through Camera-4 views at
one time, press the 4-Cam View button.
To exit Video press either the “Home” or
“Back” button.
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Secure Remote Look-in
Honeywell’s Optiflex Video services allow you to be securely
connected to your Optiflex video system from any computer with
Internet access. You can stay in touch by viewing cameras in your
home or business. Your secure remote viewing is protected with
the highest level of data security. Honeywell’s Optiflex Video
services deliver the protection you need and the peace of mind
you deserve.
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Secure Remote Look-in Setup
Go to the Optiflex Website:
http://symphony.alarmnet.com/Video/OptiflexDirect.aspx
Note: Optiflex must be added as a device via the central station web site prior
to web access.
Log on with your account number, provided
by the central station:
After logging in, press connect and it will
attempt to contact the Optiflex device.
After you get connected it will open up all the
cameras that are operating on the Optiflex.
Next, click on the “Select from Menu”.
From the Menu you have the same options
that you have from Optiflex Direct software.
You edit camera names, playback video clips
and set recording options.
ActiveX Note: If you receive this Note you will
need to change your Internet Security Settings.
See Documentation.
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Optiflex Mobile
Introducing Optiflex Mobile which delivers images to a cell phone,
PDA, laptop, or Desktop.* Your Optiflex can send images to you
based on flexible triggering options such as the opening of a door
in your home or business, as well as many other possibilities. With
Optiflex Mobile you can also login to your Optiflex and select a
camera to view. Stay connected with Optiflex Mobile.
*Cell Phone or PDA Device must be capable of receiving MMS messages.
Contact your Wireless provider or See your instruction manual regarding this service.
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Optiflex Mobile
To activate the Optiflex Mobile feature you must first login to your Optiflex
Video Controller and then click “E-mail” located in the upper right corner of
the web page.
Once the page has opened, enter the e-mail address that you want the
mobile link sent to.
Then click on the mobile link tab located on the right side of the page.
A dialog box will appear in this box you will select the cameras you want
Snapshots from.
After you have selected the cameras you want, click the “Send Link” tab. A URL link
will be sent to the e-mail address that you have selected. This link must be saved to
your mobile device. This will allow you to trigger your Optiflex Controller to send a
current view of the cameras you selected.
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Optiflex Mobile
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Optiflex Mobile
https://symphony.alarmnet.com/Mobile?mid=fee39ebd-bc97-4967-a87600D02D0062AF
Above is an example of the mobile link that you will receive. This link should
be saved to your mobile device.
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Video Capture and Archiving
Optiflex can perform video capturing based on events in your
home or business. Optiflex will store ten second clips with
adjustable pre and post event frames. Video capture may be
triggered by a motion detector, door opening or virtually any
monitored event. Video capturing is combined with archiving
video storage to provide the convenience of viewing only the
video clips that have been designated, rather than searching
through continuously recorded video.
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Video capture and archiving setup
To Start Video Capture:
By clicking on a camera on the record menu it will trigger
the OptiFlex to store that camera in flash memory.
Records 1 image per second for 10 seconds.
The setting under video setup selects which 10 seconds
it records.
If set for -9 to 0 it will record the 10 seconds leading
up to the trigger activation.
This is the same no matter how the unit is tripped. Software Menu
Hardwire Trigger input 4204 command. Play back when the unit is
triggered and it will add the Clip to the Remote list.
To Play Back a Clip:
Select the clip by clicking on it and then press the Play button.
Optiflex can store up to 19 clips in flash memory. Offsite archiving via AlarmNet
allows storage of up to 100 total video clips. Archiving provides seamless retrieval
and viewing by the end-user.
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Notes
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Customer Service
800-573-0154
Sales Support
800-467-5875
Technical Support
& Design Applications
800-645-7492
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