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Author Topic: Problem... My cam PTZ donot go to "Home position" after electricity return ?!!!  (Read 2378 times)

akram801

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hi ...
i have a Dlink ip camera DCS-5222LB
when the electricity cut off and return the camera do not back to its home position that i configured ?
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RYAT3

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Where did it return to? 

The cameras home position?

Is it still set? Or did it reset?
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akram801

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it return to its default physical position not to home position that i configured
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RYAT3

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If I remember I'll try to power cycle and see what happens.

Whenever I use the phone app, it always goes back go the default (which I never changed).
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GreenBay42

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I believe after a reboot/power outage the camera will return to the default position, not what you have set as Home. I will have a tech test (or Ryat3 who will probably be quicker  ;D ) and see if this is the case.

I assume when you go back into the UI or app, you click Home and it positions properly?
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akram801

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is there is a solution ?
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Datre

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Hello,
I have firmware 2.16.03 and sometimes the camera does not come back to home position after a programmed automatic reboot.
It happens regularly if I am connected at the same time, but sometimes also in the middle of the night when I am not connected.
Is there a trick ?
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