How To Configure Human Body Temperature Alarms
Human body temperature alarms are configured using the thermal NVR interface. Please ensure the camera is properly registered to your NVR before proceeding. For more information on how to register a camera to your NVR, click here.
Step 1: Access the NVR's web user interface (web UI) via a web browser on a computer. For more information on how to access the web UI for your system, click here.
Step 2: Click on the Alarm option located in the main menu.
Step 3: Configuring Human Body Temperature: Click on the Alarm menu located in the Main Menu and select Thermal Alarm. In the Thermal Alarm menu, select Channel 2, which should be the Thermal Channel of the camera. Select Human Body Temperature Monitoring from the Alarm Type dropdown menu. Click OK.
Step 4: Configuring Black body Abnormal Event: In the Thermal Alarm menu, select Channel 2, which should be the Thermal Channel of the camera. In the Alarm Type drop down menu, select Black body Error. Click OK.
Click on the More Setting option to display additional alarm options. Click on the Show Message checkbox to allow the device to notify you when an abnormality occurs. A buzzer as well as a log of the abnormality can be selected as well in the interface. Click OK. Click OK again in the interface to complete the process.
Step 5: Test: To test this configuration, navigate back to the live view screen and access the AI menu. In the AI menu, click on Smart Search and then click on the Human temperature measurement tab. Choose channel 1 (Visual Channel) and enter a start and end time of the abnormality and click Smart Search. A display of all Human temperature abnormalities snapshots will be displayed in the interface which can be verified for the specified start and end time.
The abnormality can also be tested by accessing the Alarm section in the main menu and accessing the Alarm Info tab. Enter a start and end time of the event in the interface and click Search. A list of events will appear. Click on the Details icon “I” to check the details of the alarm.