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A: Yes, we have both indoor and outdoor cameras that are suitable for any business. For Indoor we can use box type camera and for outdoor we can use bullet type camera.
A: Yes, the maximum size for the SD Card used 32GB as of June 13, 2016 firmware version, This may increase on future versions of firmware updates.
A: Verifire can be powered using a 12 V with 2 A power adaptor or PoESwitch.
A: Yes, the bullet type camera has built-in IR. With the box type camera you need to add optional IR (like LED light pointing to the camera’s focus area)? Next version scheduled to be released in early 2017 which will use Sony chip which can detect smoke at night time without using IR.
A: 2 year hardware warranty
(1) default lens ½.5” 3.3mm –10.5mm F1.4;
(2) Fuji Film lens1/3″ 2.9 – 8mm F0.9
(3) special order for customized lens
A: Yes, it can be connected to the Verifire DI/DO going to the fire control panel by dry contact connection.
A: Yes, it’s easy to install and very simple, for indoor, just mount the bracket then connect the box type camera using the camera tripod screw. For the outdoor bullet type, the package includes a mounting bracket.
A: Yes, just set up all three. Flame and smoke can be set up under Verifire – General Settings and additional setting from the Fire and Smoke Lines. For Motion it can be setup on Media – Motion and Event, red boxes will appear from the grid line which mean these are being monitored.
A: Yes, on the web settings we can set up flame only or smoke only detection.
A: This is a complex topic; it depends on the size and density of flame and smoke. Lots of factors impact the detection. Installation is also very important, high, angle, against the light, lens focus, area brightness. Lab tests shows Verifire can detect flame in 10 seconds.
A: A very interesting topic, as long as the flame is larger than 1/40 * 1/40 of the screen size, Verifire will detect the fire. In short, the flame should be large enough (over 1/40 * 1/40 of the camera screen).
For smoke detection, a larger area than flame is required – 1/20*1/20
A: A broad topic please see Verifire setup details
anything under flame line has higher sensitivity
Smoke line is just the opposite, Verifire can still detect the smoke under the line, however, the more smoke that passes through the line the more it will trigger the smoke detection calculation. For best practice, the smoke line should draw the smoke line below the ceiling.
1. Set sensitivity:
2. Draw the lines: (we want to publish a Best Practices showing how to set lines for different applications)
3. Motion setup:
A: It can only be done for the Bullet type camera, we can connect it to the IPCam Alarm Input using dry contact. For box type camera, there is no such option.
A: Verifire can store both video images on camera SD card or use NVR (uses HDD to save).
A: Access the Verifire web setup program and check the menu System, under the SD Card Storage, click Format to see if “SD card status:” shows OK.
A: For box camera, it is easy to change or insert SD card, just unscrew all screws (except the one under Model bar code label sticker), then remove the lens and plastic cover, then open the metal cover by pressing the top cover to detach it from the bottom cover. Locate the SD card slot then open the case to allow the SD card to be inserted to the slot.
For Bullet camera, since it has a water proof seal, it is difficult to change or insert the SD card, it needs a special tool, it is better to buy with SD card pre-installed.
A: Yes, connect the siren with DI/DO using dry contact.
A: No, just install the Verifire camera and connect to the Internet, not like other systems that may need a mandatory computer to connect to a camera to complete the system.
A. There is a tool for positioning the camera on a right angle and a right view to respond to false alarm issues. The tool is software based and it’s within the configuration set up of the camera. It can adjust the fire and smoke sensitivity line. Another adjustment is in the masking set up where we cover areas that can have a high probability of false alarms.
A. For UL yes but we need to wait for the new and updated VFDS product line. Verifire on the other hand only has FCC and CE certifications.
A. The notifications are being sent through push notifications on the mobile phone app or Email wherein the subject will have Fire or Smoke as indications of what it has seen on the live view. From the NVR Verifire setting it can also be configured to attach recent events like screenshots of fire/smoke detected
A. Yes , it is similar to the live view
A. It is compatible with any brand of fire control panel, we just need to know the input and output connection and the voltage ratings of the fire control panel that will be connected to the NVR or camera. If the voltage ratings are the same, there will be no problem connecting it to the fire control panel.
A. No-it needs a certain time to focus on fire or smoke before it’s fully detected as smoke or fire.
A. Yes, the Emap can be loaded.
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A: Yes, as long as the IP cam is an ONVIF compliant camera, however, the non-Verifire camera cannot detect fire.
A: Flame: Yellow to red warm color series. Smoke: Black, white and yellow smoke colors.
A: No, because cigarette smoke is not a growing type of fire or will not develop into fire
A: No, but rapidly shaking the lighter may trigger a false alarm.
A: Clouds won’t trigger the false alarm. However for fog if its movement is similar to smoke which is going upwards to spread or accumulate, then it may trigger the smoke alarm as a false alarm.
A: No, welding spark does not match the characteristics of a flame (flickering, growing and the shape) so it won’t trigger the alarm.
A: Only the bullet camera is waterproof and IP68 is the rating.