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This type of search lets you select events in the archive based on the type of event.

To do this, complete the following steps:

  1. Choose the type of events to search for moments (1).

    Event

    Description

    All alarms

    The search finds moments in the archive containing all types of alarms

    Non-critical alarm

    The search finds moments in the archive containing non-critical alarms

    Critical alarm

    The search finds moments in the archive containing critical alarms

    Unclassified alarm

    The search finds moments in the archive containing unclassified alarms

    False alarm

    The search finds moments in the archive containing false alarms

    Triggering

    The search finds moments when detection units were triggered

    Recording start

    The search finds the beginning and end of recordings from the specified video camera regardless of the initiator

  2. Select an event initiator from a list with the same name (2).

    Note

    An event initiator could be an operator, a video camera sensor, or any detection unit that is activated in the system. The search results will show the moments in time containing the events that were triggered by the initiator.
  3. If necessary, click  and add more similar search conditions.
  4. Set the search interval (see Setting a search interval).
  5. Click the Search button.

This starts a search in the archive based on the defined criteria. Search results are available on the search results panel.

Note

To zoom objects that caused an alarm or triggered a detection unit, select the Expand alarm object check box in the lower portion of the search results panel.