Difference between revisions of "Automatically take pictures when sensors are disturbed"

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*The security system must first be set up, as explained in [[Arm or disarm the alarm using the Orbiters]].  
 
*The security system must first be set up, as explained in [[Arm or disarm the alarm using the Orbiters]].  
 
    
 
    
*Go to LinuxMCE Admin-->Wizard-->Security-->Security Video links.  There will be a matrix of the installed security sensors and surveillance cameras.   
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*Go to [[LinuxMCE Admin Website]]-->Wizard-->Security-->Security Video links.  There will be a matrix of the installed security sensors and surveillance cameras.   
  
 
*Check the boxes to indicate which cameras can view areas monitored by which sensors.   
 
*Check the boxes to indicate which cameras can view areas monitored by which sensors.   
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*Whenever one of those sensors is triggered (whether or not that actually results in a security breach or triggers a notification), LinuxMCE will take a snapshot from those cameras.   
 
*Whenever one of those sensors is triggered (whether or not that actually results in a security breach or triggers a notification), LinuxMCE will take a snapshot from those cameras.   
  
*This can be viewed in LinuxMCE Admin-->Choosing Security-->Alert Logs.  If the sensor does trigger a mobile phone notification, then LinuxMCE will send a copy of the picture that it took at the time the sensors were triggered.
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*This can be viewed in LinuxMCE Admin Website-->Choosing Security-->Alert Logs.  If the sensor does trigger a mobile phone notification, then LinuxMCE will send a copy of the picture that it took at the time the sensors were triggered.

Revision as of 20:57, 22 May 2008


  • Go to LinuxMCE Admin Website-->Wizard-->Security-->Security Video links. There will be a matrix of the installed security sensors and surveillance cameras.
  • Check the boxes to indicate which cameras can view areas monitored by which sensors.
  • Whenever one of those sensors is triggered (whether or not that actually results in a security breach or triggers a notification), LinuxMCE will take a snapshot from those cameras.
  • This can be viewed in LinuxMCE Admin Website-->Choosing Security-->Alert Logs. If the sensor does trigger a mobile phone notification, then LinuxMCE will send a copy of the picture that it took at the time the sensors were triggered.