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Offline John M.

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Hikvision Cameras with motion sensor enabled
« on: August 31, 2017, 05:09:38 pm »
Attaching my personal implementation file for Hikvison cameras.


Features: Motion sensor, high quality 6mbps stream.


Instructions: Install the Hikvision plugin from the store, overwrite with the attached file in Apps->Develop apps -> Luup files.


Create camera devices as instructed in this thread but use the attached file instead.


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Re: Hikvision Cameras with motion sensor enabled
« Reply #1 on: August 31, 2017, 06:10:01 pm »
Hmmm.  Up until now, didn't believe in having cameras on Vera, but motion detection is tempting.  Although I have the same areas covered by outdoor PIR detectors.  But still...
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Re: Hikvision Cameras with motion sensor enabled
« Reply #2 on: August 31, 2017, 11:04:07 pm »
You can use Blue Iris and have it signal motion to Vera. I have a scene that arms Blue Iris to record on motion and that motion allows Vera to send me notifications.
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Re: Hikvision Cameras with motion sensor enabled
« Reply #3 on: September 03, 2017, 05:20:59 pm »
It worked in ui5 !
In ui7 nothing with motion sensed cameras seems to work.
And the way pictures are shown in ui7 is bad compared with ui5.
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Re: Hikvision Cameras with motion sensor enabled
« Reply #4 on: September 08, 2017, 01:14:15 am »
Thanks been waiting for this! i'm installing it over the weekend. Im using a hikvision cctv system - DS-7208HQHI-SH and DS-2CD2F22FWD.  I will update how it goes....

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Re: Hikvision Cameras with motion sensor enabled
« Reply #5 on: September 08, 2017, 02:48:42 am »
Got it working even without the app.  I used the link below to configure new cameras (using other IP cameras).
http://username:password@192.168.0.xxx/ISAPI/Streaming/channels/101/picture?videoResolutionWidth=1920&videoResolutionHeight=1080

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Re: Hikvision Cameras with motion sensor enabled
« Reply #6 on: September 11, 2017, 12:46:08 pm »
Is there a certain firmware or model line of Hikvision needed for the motion detection to work?
I thought I had been over all the Hikvision settings, and never found a way to have the camera call an HTTP to queue the motion detection...
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Re: Hikvision Cameras with motion sensor enabled
« Reply #7 on: September 11, 2017, 02:28:52 pm »
Is there a certain firmware or model line of Hikvision needed for the motion detection to work?
I thought I had been over all the Hikvision settings, and never found a way to have the camera call an HTTP to queue the motion detection...

As far as I know Hikvisions don't send an http on motion. They do update a running log of motion detected but you need program/app to snif this and act accordingly. Blue iris will do this along with the Hikvision NVR and probley others. The http link posted above seems right for a camera stream but has nothing to do with using the built in motion detection on the camera as far as I know.

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Re: Hikvision Cameras with motion sensor enabled
« Reply #8 on: September 11, 2017, 02:57:33 pm »

As far as I know Hikvisions don't send an http on motion. They do update a running log of motion detected but you need program/app to snif this and act accordingly. Blue iris will do this along with the Hikvision NVR and probley others. The http link posted above seems right for a camera stream but has nothing to do with using the built in motion detection on the camera as far as I know.

I don't see any mention of this being a DVR function, but I just pulled up the plug-in and it looks specific to a couple of cameras.  Cameras with built-in PIR detectors.  So this post is real confusing unless you know that...

Code: [Select]
Description: Plugin for Hikvision IP cameras. For UI7 only. Supported camera models : - DS-2CD2Q10FD-IW - Hikvision Mini PT - DS-2CD1410F-IW - Hikvision IR Cube NOTE: This is an ALPHA version!
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Re: Hikvision Cameras with motion sensor enabled
« Reply #9 on: September 11, 2017, 03:16:34 pm »

As far as I know Hikvisions don't send an http on motion. They do update a running log of motion detected but you need program/app to snif this and act accordingly. Blue iris will do this along with the Hikvision NVR and probley others. The http link posted above seems right for a camera stream but has nothing to do with using the built in motion detection on the camera as far as I know.

I don't see any mention of this being a DVR function, but I just pulled up the plug-in and it looks specific to a couple of cameras.  Cameras with built-in PIR detectors.  So this post is real confusing unless you know that...

Code: [Select]
Description: Plugin for Hikvision IP cameras. For UI7 only. Supported camera models : - DS-2CD2Q10FD-IW - Hikvision Mini PT - DS-2CD1410F-IW - Hikvision IR Cube NOTE: This is an ALPHA version!

So this plugin will read the stream and look for that PIR trigger. I do use once of these cameras on the front porch for two way audio, but I do not use the PIR due to false triggers. But it is a good way to double up PIR and Motion to maybe make less falses. A single PIR is just not made to be very accurate outdoors.

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Re: Hikvision Cameras with motion sensor enabled
« Reply #10 on: September 14, 2017, 08:54:23 am »
Worked for me...in ui5.

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Re: Hikvision Cameras with motion sensor enabled
« Reply #11 on: September 14, 2017, 10:40:16 am »
Worked for me...in ui5.

You had this plugin before it was out?

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Re: Hikvision Cameras with motion sensor enabled
« Reply #12 on: October 03, 2017, 04:22:58 am »
Hi. Very happy with my current Vera Plus + Hikvision + GoControl door/window sensor.  The DVR software triggers line crossing alarms in my perimeter to my Vera Plus via the gocontrol sensor.  The VeraPlus is able to blink my lights or enable strobe alarms depending on room location and time of day.  Then I use my DVR to send me pictures via email so i know when the kids arrive from school using the same line crossing trigger.

Initially, I was able to link my cctv dvr thru the http link in reply #5.  Had alot of dropped/skipped frames so i was better live viewing it through the hikvision mobile app.  Still trying to figure out a good use for this.  If I use this to save pictures, i'm not sure if i will overfill my veraplus memory or if it is saved in the cloud. 

I was able to recently connect, by wire, my spare GoControl door/window sensor to the analog alarm output of the dvr.  The magnetic door sensor has provisions to connect a wire.  I enabled and configured my DVR's line crossing feature to send an email and enable alarm output when triggered.  Then I created a scene in Vera that when the window sensor closes it triggers certain activities.  The line crossing feature is alot better than the motion detection as i rarely (almost none) false alarms.

I think the dvr is also capable of sending an http alarm (instead of connecting a door/window sensor by wire) but i do not know how to configure it in the hikvision dvr and in the vera plus