Eagle Eye Networks Local Display Station Installation and Firmware

Eagle Eye Networks Local Display Station Installation and Firmware

Local Display Station EEN Integration Guide

Eagle Eye Local Display Stations are local network decoders. The Local Display Station displays Live HD camera footage onto a TV or monitor (only live view, no previously recorded footage). 

DS100 firmware available here
DS200 firmware available here
The Local Display Station only displays live video, no previously recorded footage.  
Local Display Station does not support analog cameras 



There are 2 ways to set up the local display station: on the camLan or on the WAN. 

Behind the camLan, there is an extra level of security but remote management is not possible.  If the local display is being used via WAN, then it can be remotely managed.
The local display must be on the same network as the cameras. 

Local Display Station Network Configuration

      1. Log in to the Local Display station.
The default username and password of the local display station is
username: admin
password: admin
      2. Navigate to  Configuration > Network

      3.  Set the network configuration options. 
The ethernet connection will be DHCP by default. There will be a green confirmation message if the Local Display Station has successfully connected to the network.  Uncheck the DHCP box to set a static IP. 
     Static IP:

      4.  Press the  Save button.  
If the model is the DS200, there will be a Wireless tab where the user can connect the local display station to the local Wi-Fi network.  Choose the correct network and authentication, and enter the password for the Wi-Fi network.  If you wish to set a static Wi-Fi IP, uncheck the DHCP box and fill in the fields according to the network specification.  Be sure to press the  Save button after making changes.  
      5.  After making network changes, a reboot of the device may be necessary.  Either press the power button to power-cycle the Local Display Station, or navigate to
the  Maintenence tab and reboot the device internally.  

Local Display Station EEN Integration

       1. Log in to the Local Display Station.
The default username and password of the local display station is
username: admin
password: admin
      2.    Navigate to Configuration > Integration 

      3.  Enter the email and password of a user on the Eagle Eye account.  
We recommend creating a user specifically for EEN Local Display station integration.  This way permissions can be set and the account can be managed easier.  
      4.  Press the Resync Now button.  

Local Display Station Views & Video Output


     Navigate to  Configuration > Views

There will be the views or layouts that have synced from the Eagle Eye Cloud VMS.  
The message,  'Tile layout is controlled by a third party' will be displayed if the layouts have successfully synced.    

The settings in Views are adopted from the Eagle Eye Cloud VMS.  In order to change these settings, please change them on the Eagle Eye Dashboard > Layouts.  Any changes made on the Eagle Eye Dashboard will automatically update here.  

      Video Output

     Navigate to the  Video Outputs tab.

From here,  several output settings can be adjusted or changed.
      1.  Output resolution

      2.  Background Color

      3.  Overlay Visibility

      4.  Selected View -- Determines which view is being displayed on the monitor.


If the Local Display station is a DS200, then there will be an option to select displays at the top of the settings box.  The different video outputs can be customized by selecting between the two. 

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us. 

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