How To Use Global Setup
The Global Setup menu allows the user to calibrate specified IVS areas on the live monitoring menu. Calibration is used to increase the efficiency of the overall reporting and detection of IVS events.
Below is a description of the features listed in this menu.
Anti-Disturb Enable: These radio buttons allow the user to enable or disable anti-disturb. Anti-disturb is used to filter shaking leaves, water ripples, or any other disturbance that could affect IVS reporting.
Sensitivity: This slider is used to adjust the sensitivity of the calibration settings used for IVS reporting.
Add Calibration: Allows the user to create a detection area in which IVS rules will be calibrated.
Remove Calibration: Clears the set detection area from the live monitoring screen.
Ruler: These radio buttons allow the user to set either vertical or horizontal rulers on the live monitoring screen.
Note: You can add a total of 3 vertical rulers and 1 horizontal ruler. A horizontal ruler must be used to properly calibrate.
Actual Length: Represents the actual length of the ruler on the live monitoring screen in meters.
Add Rulers: This option allows the user to add and adjust a ruler on the live monitoring screen. Rulers are used to adjust calibration for IVS rules. Use you mouse to draw rulers on the live monitoring screen.
Remove Rulers: Removes rulers set in the detection area menu. To remove a ruler, select the ruler from the detection area menu and click Remove Rulers.
Weight Verification: Used to test the width calibration accuracy in meters of a set ruler. A horizontal ruler must be set, and the detection area must be saved first to use this feature.
Height Verification: Used to test the height calibration accuracy in meters of a set ruler. A horizontal ruler must be set, and the detection area must be saved first to use this feature.
Calibration Validation: Used to draw the calibration test line on the live monitoring screen.
How To Setup Global Setup
Global setup is a great tool to use to calibrate a detection area. This helps to increase the overall accuracy of the IVS rules being used as well as validate their It is highly recommended to use global access setup before setting up multiple IVS rules.
Step 1: Open the Global Setup tab located in the IVS menu.
Step 2: Click on the Add Calibration button to set a detection area.
This rule requires you to draw at least a four point area on the interface to function. To draw an area, click the mouse on the interface and move it down or up to create a line. Once the line is created, move the mouse left or right to create another line and repeat the process. Right click on the interface to set the area on the screen then left click on the interface when done to set the area.
Step 3: Click on Add Rulers to add your initial calibration ruler to the detection area. Draw a vertical line in the detection area. Each vertical line must be separately drawn. You can add up to 3 vertical calibration lines on the interface. Left click on the interface to set the vertical rulers. You will notice the vertical rules have been applied to the Detection Area menu.
Step 4: Click on the Horizontal ruler radio button and click Add Rulers. Draw a horizontal line in the interface. Only one horizontal line can be used in the detection area. Left click on the live monitoring screen to set the horizontal ruler. You will notice the horizontal ruler has been added to the detection area.
Click Save to save the detection area and calibration rulers.