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SoftGuard : Pioneers in VIDEOALARM

October 27th, 2010

SoftGuard announces its advances in the management of interoperability with the revolutionary VIDEOALARM systems, as we are always in the search of new business for our users.

JR SECURITY and its VIDEOALARM system, called PRO4G is fully integrated in features with our SG-VIDEO via soft management platform.

Video alarm system

Pro4G presents as its most relevant feature the function of transmitting alarm images from PIRCAM detectors to monitoring station equipped with SOFTGUARD, via TCP-IP, GPRS or by email.

The video alarm system has been designed to verify the authenticity of events at the monitoring station itself, discarding the ratio of false alarms at maximum. It has also been designed to give the end user the possibility of checking his own system anytime and anywhere.

PIRCAM Jpeg images, whose number and quality can be selected in the configuration zones, will be taken in the following conditions:

-       PIRCAM alarm condition: it will capture “n” frames and will send them to the PRO4G.

*Alarm images get to the CRA system, associated with the contact ID E140 event.

- Input path start: the PIRCAMs assigned to delayed zones will capture “n” images as soon as the entry time starts. If the monitoring station gets installed, images will be discarded, otherwise, other passing “n” images will be captured to alarm condition and will be transmitted to the pro4g 2*n images.

*Images taken at the moment of activating entry time will arrive at the CRA associated with the Contact ID E138 event.

-Tamper opening: when the tamper in the PIRCAM gets open, it will transmit an image to the PRO4G.

*The image taken during the opening of the tamper will arrive at the CRA with the contact ID E144 event.

*Reference image: this image is captured, according to programming, by the PIRCAMs after being installed and is kept till it’s uninstalled, however if while it’s being installed it goes to alarm, this reference image is sent to a receiver before sending it to the alarms.

*Reference images get to the CRA with the contact ID: E609 event.

*High temperature image: this image is taken by the PIRCAM in case the core temperature gauge detects temperature over 55°C.

*High temperature image gets to the CRA with the event: E114.

*Test images: these images are taken by the PIRCAMs under user request, via SMS control, lost call or CRA. In case the system is already running, those requests will be considered. However, if the system is not running, the images will be taken only in case the PIRCAM finds a request made with a privacy level.

*Test images will get to the CRA with the contact ID: E609 event.

Transmission speed

Response time for an alarm generated in a PIRCAM depends on:

-the communication channel used in the Zenit system (wireless or RS 485)

-Image quality

-Lighting, the less lighting, the greater level of noise, thus heavier images.

-Transmission system to CRA (GPRS or ETHERNET)


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