The RS-485 interface converter is required. PTZ IP cameras can be controlled over an Ethernet connection. Multi-use and rotary cameras allow you to automate PTZ camera transitions within the monitored area, a useful feature for protected sites with large territories.
Access can be easily restricted to only selected users within the PTZ device settings.
In standard mode, the camera position can be fine-tuned using the onscreen directional arrows; you can also select available preset positions.
When changing PTZ camera presets, you can view the transition in real-time; saved presets show a small image of the specified location.
Advance mode includes the ability to move the camera by holding down the left mouse button and moving the mouse in the desired direction. The camera moves faster as the mouse moves farther from the center.
PTZ cameras can be controlled with a mouse, joystick, or USB console. Line provides support for keyboard shortcuts.
Patrols Users can create custom patrol routes for PTZ-compatible cameras based on user defined presets. The camera will move between multiple locations at specified time intervals. Patrols may be created with an unlimited number of rounds.
PTZ Web Management
PTZ cameras may be controlled through the web-interface, including preset locations.
PTZ Mobile Management
PTZ-compatible cameras can also be controlled using the Line mobile client. Wherever you are, you can manage your PTZ devices.