What format are videos saved on SD cards in BAS-IP video monitors?

In monitors BAS-IP video is stored on SD card in compressed form H.264, with “avi” container, at the resolution D1 (704×578).

Kindly explain how to set up photo frame in BAS-IP intercom?

Most BAS-IP monitors (except AZ-04, AG-04) support photo frame function. To activate this function, you should download desired photos on your SD card and in sleep mode they will be displayed randomly for 30 min. Images should be recorded on SD card in “jpeg” or “bmp” format.

What is the priority in a view mode in BAS-IP monitor?

Most BAS-IP monitors in a sleep mode display screensaver that can be used for different purposes. It is worth noting, that in a view mode can be shown such images as analog clock, downloaded on SD card photos “jpeg” or “bmp” format, advertising (link to it is given in the web interface of the monitor and activates by a mark in a monitor menu), connected IP cameras in a standby mode. The priority of demonstration at this list goes ascending from analog clock to IP camera. Modes differ due to work duration, namely analog clock for 15 min, photo frame and advertising – for 30 min, IP camera – for 1 hour.

At what resolution are photos stored in the video monitors BAS-IP?

Photos are recorded in the internal monitor in 640×480 resolution.

How do we set up 2 intercoms AR-07 and outdoor panel to make ringtone to go to both intercoms simultaneously, and can BAS-IP equipment be configured in such a way?

Yes, it can. BAS-IP equipment can be configured so ringtone goes to both intercoms simultaneously. In the intercom settings in Address tab, in Main field you should select “0” for the one intercom and “1” – for the other. The rest points of tab address (house number, entrance number, floor number, apartment number) should match.

Also, both intercoms Sync field should have the same default value “123456” or any same number (this password between intercoms is required to avoid an unauthorized connection of foreign monitors). After work is done, you can receive a call on 2 internal monitors at once.

Please tell us if video intercoms BAS-IP AQ-10v3, BAS-IP AG-04 and outdoor panel BAS-IP AV-01T v3 work within the local network. We’d also like to take incoming calls from outdoor panel to portable devices through the Internet anywhere in the world. What’s required? Would we need any extra equipment?

In this configuration, incoming calls to portable devices are possible – communicators and smartphones which have BAS-IP software and VoIP-client with support H.264 codec. SIP ATS is required for the SIP communication protocol (possibility of taking calls is deleted). It can be, for instance, BAS-IP SIP-PBX-16 or any other SIP ATS with H.264 or G.711 codec support.