World's first illuminators to intregrate with VMS

Ashington, Northumberland

Raytec have completed an integration project with Milestone's Xprotect video management system. Their new range of Vario IP network illuminators is the first range of CCTV illuminators in the world ever to be integrated into a video management system.
The new integration allows the highest level of flexibility, management and control over your lighting in conjunction with all other network technologies in your security system, from one central platform.

The integration is made possible via Raytec Milestone plug-in software, available free of charge from the Raytec website via an online request form.

Controlled individually or in groups, Raytec network illuminators can be easily configured using the Milestone Management Application, to create a smart system designed to provide event driven lighting triggered by alarms from a camera, detector or other network device. Such illumination on demand e.g. on detection of a subject, is highly effective at deterring crime and reducing the system’s running cost and environmental impact. The same illuminator can also provide a safe and well lit area for pedestrians or workers.

Users can also take instant manual control of any single illuminator or group of illuminators using the Milestone Smart Client, during day to day operation.

Advanced settings allow for user defined lighting design to meet the requirements of any installation. Settings include individual or group control, power control from 20-100%, power boost control for 120% power for 20 seconds and advanced timer functions. Users are also able to configure event driven lighting triggered via an alarm from 3rd party devices and override and take instant manual control of lighting at any time. There is also a deterrent feature with selectable patterns and speeds, and illuminators can be assigned names and group names. The integration also allows for the illuminator auxiliary output to be used to trigger 3rd party devices.

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