lnanshw lP wv : default  

gsbNF  Placeholders for dynamic image texts

Placeholders for Dynamic Image Texts

 

The Text & Display Settings dialog allows using placeholders in the Comment textbox to dynamically display certain camera information in the image.


Placeholder Description Remark
~H The Camera Name that you have defined in the Ethernet Interface dialog or that has been assigned via DHCP.  
~E The current IP address of the camera's Ethernet interface  
~N The camera's factory default IP address  
~S Serial number of the camera  
~fv The version of the file system  
~fp Service update  
~ft Release date  
 
^Fn Image counter (n = number of digits: 1 .. 9) every image
^Ir Illumination value (0 .. 100) of right lens every image
^Il Illumination value (0 .. 100) of left lens every image
^Ib Average illumination value (0 .. 100) of both lenses every image
^hj Hz Image rate in Hz  
^hq JPEG quality (1..100) every image
 
^Lt Time of last event (hh:mm:ss)
^Ld Date and time of last event (YYYY-MM-DD hh:mm:ss)
^Ls Time since last event in seconds (+s)
^Lr Time since last event in hours, minutes, seconds (+hh:mm:ss)
 
^Ti Internal temperature in °C (degrees Celsius) every twelfth image
^Tn Internal temperature in °F (degrees Fahrenheit) every twelfth image
 
^sn

Use this placeholder to display data of the serial interface in the image. The text color is black, the background color is white.

The n placeholder represents the number of lines to be displayed. Replace the n placeholder by a value in hex notation.
Values: 0 .. 9 A B C D E F

Examples:

^s3 Displays three lines in the image using black text color and white background.
^sF Displays sixteen lines in the image using black text color and white background.
 
^Sn

Use this placeholder to also display data of the serial interface in the image. In this case, the text color is white while the background color is standard.

The n placeholder represents the number of lines to be displayed. Replace the n placeholder by a value in hex notation.
Values: 0 .. 9 A B C D E F

Examples:

^S3 Displays three lines in the image using white text color and standard background.
^SF Displays sixteen lines in the image using white text color and standard background.

 
 
~~ The tilde (~) character  
^^ The caret (^) character  
^C The copyright character ©  
^E The Euro character €  
^R The registered trademark character ®  

Notes:


Additional Possibilities for Creating Dynamic Image Text

Apart from the placeholders listed above, you can also use Variables.


Store the Configuration

Click on the Set button to activate your settings and to save them until the camera is rebooted.

Click on the Close button to close the dialog. While closing the dialog, the system checks the entire configuration for changes. If changes are detected, you will be asked if you would like to store the entire configuration permanently.


©2003 MOBOTIX AG, hCc · http://www.mobotix.com/ · d[: info@mobotix.com