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When in LPR mode in OPS-COM for Android the handheld unit will keep a running list of reads as you patrol. This list will contain flags that give you information about the vehicle being scanned.

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Interpreting LPR flags

Here we have a typical LPR display. Notice the last read plate came from the right side Camera (indicated by the orange arrow beside the plate image)

Image displaying LPR scanning page with a scanned plate

Running Scan Total

The running total of how many reads you have done in a session is located on the right, just above the read list. 

In this case we have 30 reads total.

Image displaying where to view the total scans done

Visual Indicators During Scanning

Plates in Violation

Reads that are in violation are indicated by a red flag.

Image displaying vehiocles with a red flag

Plates that are Valid

Reads that are valid are flagged as green.

Valid reads will list on the handheld unit but will not be chalked or passed into the system as part of the LPR events report.

Image displaying what a green flag would look like

Plates Chalked

Reads that are still in the grace period configured in your system will be indicated by an orange flag.

Image displaying vehicles with orange flags

Toggle PL8-RDR Scanning

When editing a plate read the system will go into offline mode.  This is indicated by the green button shown below changing to red.

To continue scanning plates be sure to engage the ON button, make sure it's green before continuing.

Toggle Alert Scanning (only)

Scan for Plates-of-Interest Only

Alert-only scanning can be done by selecting the toggle at the top of the PL8RDR LPR Scanning panel.

Once selected:

  • no permit validation will be performed
  • vehicles will continue to be chalked
  • alert notifications will be presented if a vehicle of interest is "seen"

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