Use the Time Tables dialog to define schedules for switching certain camera functions on or off:
The Custom Days section at the beginning of this dialog allows defining exceptions to the time tables defined further below.
Create custom days lists for holidays or vacations that disrupt the regular weekly schedule.
|Custom Days List
Enter a unique name for this custom days list.
|Custom Days List
|Enter all days that disrupt the regular weekly schedule in this list. Empty lines or lines beginning with a
# character will be regarded as comment lines and are thus ignored.
The input format follows ISO 8601. Create a new line for every new day you would like to add. The following entries are recognized:
Click on the Set button to add the new custom days list to the selection boxes of the individual lines of a time table. The custom days lists are listed at the end of the list boxes and are marked by pointed brackets.
You may define multiple profiles, each storing one time table. Always enter a unique name for a time table. Valid characters are letters, digits, dot, comma and underscore.
Click on Add new time table at the bottom of the dialog to add a new time table with one example time period (one line) to the bottom of the list.
The individual time periods within a time table are setting the times in which certain camera functions are switched on or off. In a store, for example, two time tables with several time periods each may be used to arm the camera depending on the opening and closing times (cf. predefined time tables
The number of time periods within a time table is limited to twelve time periods, independent of the camera model.
|The alarm symbols and the blue background color of a line indicate that this time period is currently active.
|Sets the switching behavior of this time period. The first time period of a time table also defines the times excluded from the start and end times as having the opposite switching behavior as in the current time period. If no time period has been entered, the profile is regarded as being activated.
|Time Tables and Custom Days Lists
Select the days for which this time period is supposed to be used. Using customized combinations of weekdays is only possible by editing the configuration file manually.
If you have defined custom days lists, these will are listed at the bottom of the list boxes and are marked by pointed brackets.
|4 + 5
|The start time for this time period in hour and minute. The start time always has to be before the end time. If this is not the case, the end time will be set to
|6 + 7
|The end time for this time period in hour and minute. This time period will be active until the minute set for end time has expired. The end time always has to be after the start time. If this is not the case, the end time will be set to
In order to delete a profile, check the Delete option below the profile name. The profile will be deleted as soon as you click on the Set button in the lower part of the dialog.
Click on the Set button to activate your settings and to save them until the next reboot of the camera.
Click on the Factory button to load the factory defaults for this dialog (this button may not be present in all dialogs).
Click on the Restore button to undo your most recent changes that have not been stored in the camera permanently.
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.
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