I would of course recommend to use our own IQAN-SV camera. It requires minimal configuration and offers great video quality.
We don't have a list of third party cameras working with IQAN, but in general they have to support RTSP and RTP protocols with MJPEG compressed video. Due to small differences in the protocols for different cameras we cannot guarantee that any RTSP/RTP camera works even if they seem to fulfill the requirements.
IQAN is using the standard RTSP port which is 554.
It seems that the path should be set to "/Streaming/Channels/1" to be able to get a mjpeg stream (https://www.ispyconnect.com/man.aspx?n=Interlogix).
Make sure that the video encoding of the camera is configured to MJPEG (you might need to set stream type to alternate stream in the camera to be able to select MJPEG). The MD4 does not support H264 encoded video streams.
This works in IQANdesign 5.0. You can also rename the transitions yourself by selecting one and entering a new name. The default name can be restored by clicking on the autoname symbol next to the name property.
This will be solved in the upcoming IQANdesign 5.01.
The step size is part of the application in IQANdesign. This means that you don't have to check anything in send options in order to change this. Just change the step size in IQANdesign and update the machine using IQANrun or IQANdesign (without checking any of the send options). All settings will be preserved and the step size will be updated to the new value.
No, for loops are not supported. The Qcode parser had some experimental support that obviously made it into IQANdesign 5.00, but there are no support in the master modules for executing the for loop.
Issue has been resolved and will be released in IQANdesign 5.01. Until then it might be good to know that nothing is actually changed in the project (it is just some run-time metadata that is affected). Saving the project and reopening will resolve the issue and all channels will be assigned again.
If you connect the ethernet cable directly to an MD4 windows can take around 1 minute until a point-to-point network is setup (auto-ip configuration).
The naming of "Select/deselect all" might be a bit wrong. What it does is to check/uncheck all measure items.
It is a bug in the page editor. When running the simulator or in a real MD3 the bar will be drawn according to the configured orientation.
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