Geovision I/O switch at server end triggered by motion

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    Anonymous

    I would like to have motioned in a particular part of the fisheye camera view to trigger a relay to set off lights via the automation panel. I know the cameras have 2 IO ports onboard but can't work out which card to purchase to have the IO ports at a different location, near the automation panel. Can I have multiple IOs work off the one camera. So one camera view's motion field trigger one port and another view on the same camera but a different angle trigger a different IO.

    This way I can have different lights be triggered depending on where the motion is.

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    Mike Haldas
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    Tim,

    I have consulted with Geovision engineering on this question and here is the feedback that they had.

    On the relay side, I am not sure how you can trigger multiple relays when the camera supports only two. Geovision does however offer different I/O boxes from 4 to 16 ports each, but these IO boxes require the Geovision Multicam software to control (instead of controlling using the IP camera directly).

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    If using the Geovision software is OK for you instead of just the IP camera directly, then you can a Geovision I/O box to a Multicam system and use the inputs and outputs to your needs accordingly.

    Please let us know if we can help further.

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