The supported Performance – Low Light – PTZ Honeywell IP cameras provide squashed 4:3 aspect ratio low-resolution streams.1 When used in combination with high-resolution (Live/Recorded) streams with XOa 3, be advised that VCA parameters (IntrusionTrace, LoiterTrace, and SmokeTrace) are skewed and will influence the analytics’ behavior. Make sure that bounding box calibration is done before using VCA on these cameras. For instructions, see the 'XOa Client Software User Manual' (Doc #: 21796). The concerned camera models are: H4L2GR1, HBL2GR1, HCL2G, HDZ302LIW, HDZ302LIK, HED1PR3, HBD1PR1, HED3PR3, HBD3PR1, HBD3PR2, H4D3PRV2, and H4D3PRV3.
The supported equIP Honeywell IP cameras provide cropped 4:3 aspect ratio low-resolution streams.1 When used in combination with XOa 3, be aware that parts of the FOV (due to cropping) are not taken into account for the alarm events including VCA (IntrusionTrace, LoiterTrace, and SmokeTrace); so detection in these lost parts will not occur. Also keep in mind that, upon an alarm from a PIR detector or from another input, the system produces quad/live alarm images from the cropped stream. When using these cameras, make sure to set up the system (PIR detector FOV, double knock, scenario, etc.) from the analytics stream. The concerned camera models are: H4W2GR1, H4W2GR2, H4W4GR1, H3W2GR1, H3W2GR2, H3W4GR1, HBW4GR1, HCW2G, and HCW4G.
*Please note: In critical security and video analytics applications Xtralis strongly recommends disabling built-in IR LEDS and using dedicated external illumination. With careful placement this will reduce reflections from rain and greatly improve visibility in all weather conditions.
1Please contact Honeywell/ADPRO technical support for future Firmware updates on Honeywell IP cameras and XOa Software availability to eliminate this limitation.