This guide is used for setting up Tripwire and Intrusion detection on DMS series recorders
Step 1. Go to the Main Menu and click the AI icon
Step 2. Click Parameters on the left side bar, followed by Smart Plan
Step 3. Use the "Channel" drop down list to select the camera you want to add the rule for
Step 4. Click to IVS Icon (Lightbulb Icon) to enable. The Icon will highlight when selected. Hit Apply to save this change.
Step 5. Now go to Parameters -> IVS on the left side bar.
Step 6. Use the "Channel" drop down and select the same camera that you selected in step 3. Then click the "Add" icon on the lower right corner to add an IVS rule.
Step 7. Now you will see the IVS rule appear on the screen
Step 8. Now you need to edit your IVS rule (tripwire in this example) by clicking the Pencil icon.
Step 9. You will now see the camera image with a sub menu on the top left. In this screen you need to create your tripwire on the camera image by drawing a line with the mouse. Right clicking the mouse will end the line.
Once you have drawn the line, you can name the rule in the "Name" field and decide if you want the tripwire to trigger both directions or only one direction using the "Direction" drop down.
You can use the Target Filter to set the minimum and maximum object size.
You can also delete the current rule using the trash icon
Hit "OK" to save and leave this screen.
Step 10. Now you should be back on the Parameters screen. Under the IVS rules, click the icon to setup the Trigger setting when using the IVS rule.
Step 11. This will open the Trigger sub menu. Within this menu you can setup the schedule (i.e. when you want this rule to be active over a 24/7 period) and what action you want the NVR to take when the rule is triggered. Hit OK after you have selected what functions you want.
Step 12. You will now be back on the Parameters -> IVS screen, hit "Apply" in the bottom right corner to save and activate this IVS rule.
You have now setup your tripwire, repeat these steps for any other camera that you want to have this function.