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Add, view and configure Intrusion Panels.

For more in-depth information about Intrusion functionality, please refer to the Intrusion Integration Instructions. 

These settings are found within the recorder setup menu. From the OWS Cloud Portal, click Connect next to the desired recorder under the Web Connect tab. Once in Live or Search, click Setup or gear icon in the upper right-hand corner to access.


NOTE: This tab is not visible unless an intrusion panel has been added.

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Enable – Enable or disable a sensor.

Number – Number value from the sensor input record.

Address – Sensor number associated with the recorder.

Sensor Name – Name of the sensor associated with the recorder.

Origin – Origin of the sensor being used by the recorder (typically internal to the recorder).

Current State – Current state of the sensor (open or closed).

Default State – Normally open or normally closed sensor.

Debounce – Debounce time in milliseconds is the duration to ignore repeated contacts.

Associated Macros – Shows any macros associated with a specific sensor.

Area – Associate a sensor with an intrusion area.

Associated Camera – Allows the association of a specific camera to a sensor.

Image Offset – The delay between the start of a sensor event and the time an event is captured.

Invert State – Inverts the state of the sensor.


NOTE: This tab is not visible unless an intrusion panel has been added.

Use this tab to view area names, origin, current state, and associated macros.

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Check Enable Hourly Sync and enter a DMP Listen Port for DMP Panels. 

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Intrusion Panels

Use this tab to add new, view or edit intrusion panels.

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NOTE: Check the box labeled Enable Auto-Discovery (Only supported for DMP at this time) to have the system attempt to automatically add a connected intrusion panel. This setting must be enabled each time the recorder is powered on. Modifying the global DMP Listen Port applies to all panels.

  1. Click the Add New Intrusion Panel button in the Intrusion Panels tab.
  2. Enter the name of the panel.
  3. Select the protocol to use in the Protocol dropdown menu.
  4. Enter the IP address of the intrusion panel.
  5. Select the state of the intrusion panel from the State dropdown menu.
  6. Select the intrusion panel location in the Location dropdown menu.
  7. Select the camera to associate with the intrusion panel in the Camera dropdown menu.
  8. Click Save.

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Attached Devices

Use this tab to view attached devices such as doors and keypads.

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