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EM6230 - Alarm motion detection and Ftp upload

Postby RBC9 » 13 Sep 2016, 20:58

Hi,
i try to configure my EM6230.
1) set the motion detection and sensibility;
2) set the upload interval on ftp.

But ....
Enabling motion detection is only available on IOS app or PC.CamViewer, or on windows PC with IE but NOT on OSX with Safari/Firefox

Windows :
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OSX:
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And , if i set "On" , it turn on "mail send" and turn OFF "ftp send".

For Interval :
On the left , option in documentation
On the right : no option in application

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Re: EM6230 - Alarm motion detection and Ftp upload

Postby Joyce » 14 Sep 2016, 11:35

Dear RBC9,

Have you already tried the lastest Firmware upgrade?

• Exchanged the ActiveX plugin to make the video stream available for more web browsers: Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, Chrome, Safari, Firefox.

About your other issue set motion and upload interval, can you please explain what exactly is your intention. If you experience issues with ftp can you please share your ftp settings.
Thank you.
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Re: EM6230 - Alarm motion detection and Ftp upload

Postby RBC9 » 14 Sep 2016, 13:41

Hi Joyce,

- Camera was with the lastest Firmware.
- Camera has been reset to default.
- Windows And OSX computer up to date with plugin/java/flash/activx.
- No problem to get the video stream on application , web page or IOS application.

But :
- I could not get the "motion detection" menu on OSX (Safari/Firefox/Chrome). The option is not in the left menu. (OSX - Safari Firefox.png in my first post)
=> I can use IOS app or windows OS but , when I turn on motion detection there , it set the Alarm setting on "E-Mail Alarm" and turn off "Save image to FTP"

- I want to set the interval between upload to ftp.
=> no option with web interface
=> IOS app , yes but with same problem , turn off Ftp upload
=> Windows Application PC-CamViewer : in your documentation there is an option "Upload Image on Alarm ... Upload interval (seconds)" , these option is NOT in the application ( e-Camviewer.jpg => left doc , right e-camviewer.exe)

So , how can I set "Upload interval to xx seconds" ?

dump hex configbackup.bin ... find the param and the value .. but I don't want to brick my camera :)
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Re: EM6230 - Alarm motion detection and Ftp upload

Postby Joyce » 21 Sep 2016, 14:15

Dear RBC9,

The option to change the upload interval and motion detect has been removed after updating to the firmware without ActiveX (to support more browsers). The manual still contains the old screenshots will be changed in the manual tomorrow.

After clearing the history of your Internet Explorer you should no longer see these options available in Internet Explorer.
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Re: EM6230 - Alarm motion detection and Ftp upload

Postby RBC9 » 21 Sep 2016, 16:31

Dear Joyce,

Ok , for internet explorer.

But , for e-Camviewer.exe on windows ? option is in documentation and NOT in the real application.

Btw, how can I set "motion detection AND upload interval for ftp" as describe in EM6230 user manual ?

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Re: EM6230 - Alarm motion detection and Ftp upload

Postby Kami » 07 Jan 2017, 17:53

I have the same question for the 6225 camera.

Will it detect motion and upload the pictures to FTP ?
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Re: EM6230 - Alarm motion detection and Ftp upload

Postby Joyce » 09 Jan 2017, 10:49

Dear Kami,

Yes you can set the camera to upload pictures to the FTP server when motion is detected.

in the webGUI (browser interface of the camera)

You go to options->Alarm settings->Alarm settings
Enable the option: Save Image on FTP
Click OK
Click FTP server settings to configure the FTP server settings
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