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Page Configurator

This page lets you configure devices and cameras connected to the system and outbound connections (push) Mavlink.

Cameras

Default automatic connection is configured with 2 liveviews :

  • VIDEO_OUT : to use HDMI or video out of Alfonce Remote Gateway
  • HTTP_MJPEG listening on port 8080

By default no filters are configured for these liveviews.

The options that are offered are :

  • Deleting a LiveView (button – at each liveview)
  • remove the camera
  • add a LiveView
  • add a camera or a camera

The features may differ from one device to another

Add a camera or a camera

Adding device is realized

  • selecting the type of device you want to add from the dropdown list “Add new camera :”
  • and clicking on the button +
  • Depending on the selected device type, it may ask you to enter additional information

The types of devices are available :

  • AUTO : Automatic connection to the first device found
  • USB : USB connection to a device that supports PTP protocol
  • SONY_WIFI : cameras and video cameras that support the Sony SDK Wifi
  • RPI : Connecting to the camera knew Raspberry PI (valid for the deployment on a Raspberry Pi)
  • Gopro : Wifi connection to the cameras of the eponymous brand (in development)
  • MAPIR 3 : connections MAPIR Survey type devices 3
  • WEBCAM : connections to devices using the USB protocol Video Class (UVC), Like most webcams, but also video and HDMI USB key
  • MJPEG : Web connections to IP cameras using MJPEG protocol, such as IP cam, but also many other
  • RTSP : Web connections to IP cameras using RTSP, such as IP cam, but also many other

Mavlink outbound connections

2 Mavlink types of outbound connections are available in push mode :

  • serial port : allows you to, for example to configure a wireless module for connection to the ground station (if you do not want to use the wifi)
  • UDP : allows to push data to a server or a remote ground station. Ideal for deployment of the system mode “cloud”

The options that are offered are deleting an outgoing connection and adding a connection, either a serial port, or to a UDP server.

Adding a serial connection

To add a serial connection, you must :

  • to select “Serial port” drop-down list
  • select the serial port and the connection speed in 2 following drop-down list

Adding a UDP connection

To add a UDP connection, have seen :

  • to select “Web” drop-down list
  • enter your server address in the first field
  • enter your server port in the second field

Sauvergarde information

To save the changes you made, you must not forget to click on the button “save configuration” at the bottom of the page

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