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IPPTZ-EL2MPIR250L30X-D2 (Preset Number For Config setting)
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November 8, 2015 - 8:42 pm
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Is there a way I can get into camera setup mode for this camera?  Am I wrong on thinking that it’s usually accessed via the Preset #/PTZ area?   If so, what preset number do I use?  Nothing in the manual showing anything about getting into the setup for this camera.  Wondering if I can configure this camera for digital zoom.  Thanks.

 

IPPTZ-EL2MPIR250L30X-D2  (Preset Number For Config setting)

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IP cameras require you to log into the IP address of the camera to access the web service.  That will get you to the settings.

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Ah!  That makes sense, I’ve see the setup in the NVR console setup menus.  What if I’m using SmartPSS to configure all that.  Is that possible using SmartPSS or do I need to do it from the NVR operating system itself?

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An IP PTZ should be plugged into your main network, and you should be able to access the IP address with the web service.  Smart PSS is not a good choice for any configuration, and may have limited abilities.  The best tool for the job is the web service of the camera.  If you are plugging a PTZ into a built in POE switch of an NVR, that is a BIG NO NO.  The PTZ should get power from it’s own power supply.

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