Uniden G2401 Product specifications

G24/27 Series
VIDEO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
This manual contains important information about this product’s operation. If you are installing this
product for others, you must leave this manual or a copy with the end user.
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••
When using your equipment, always follow basic safety precautions to reduce the risk of fire,
electric shock and injury to persons, including the following:
••
This equipment is NOT waterproof. DO NOT expose it to rain or moisture (for the weatherproof
video camera: DO NOT expose it to excessive water or moisture).
••
DO NOT immerse any part of the product in water. Do not use this product near water, e.g., near
a bathtub, wash bowl, kitchen sink or laundry tub, in a wet basement or near a swimming pool.
••
To avoid any risk of electric shock from lightning, avoid handling any electronic devices (except
battery powered ones) during an electrical storm.
••
Use only the power cord and/or batteries indicated in this manual. Never dispose of any
batteries in a fire: they may explode. Check with local codes for possible special disposal
instructions.
••
Never tug or pull on any power cord: be sure to leave some slack in the cord when placing your
equipment, and always use the plug to unplug cord from the wall outlet.
••
Never leave power cords where they can become crushed, cut, or frayed; when running power
cords, avoid letting them rub against any sharp edges or lie across any high traffic areas where
people might trip over them.
••
Do not use the device if the adaptor cords or plugs have been damaged, the unit has been
exposed to liquids, or the unit has been dropped or is damaged.
Warnings to Parents and Other Users
Failure to follow these warnings and the assembly instructions could result in serious injury or
death. This product is not designed or intended for use as a medical monitor, nor should this product be used as a substitution for medial or parental supervision. Always be sure that both the transmitter and Monitor are working properly and are within range of each other.
• STRANGULATION HAZARD. Keep the adaptor cords out of the reach of children.
• WARNING: KEEP OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN. Allow for proper ventilation when units are
in use. Do not cover the camera or Monitor with any object such as a blanket. Do not place it in a
drawer or in any location which would muffle the sound or interfere with the normal flow of air.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS!
For best results:
To avoid damage to your equipment, follow these simple precautions:
• Do not drop, puncture or disassemble any part of the equipment. There are no user-serviceable
parts inside.
• Do not expose the equipment to high temperatures, and avoid leaving the equipment in direct
sunlight for more than a few minutes. Heat can damage the case or electrical parts.
• Do not place heavy items on top of the equipment or expose the equipment to heavy pressure.
• Remove the power adaptor during long periods between usages.
• Clean only with a dry cloth.
Failure to follow the instructions in this operating manual will void the warranty. Uniden assumes no liability for damages to property or injury to persons caused by improper handling or
failure to comply with these safety instructions.
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CONTENTS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS.......................................2
SYSTEM SETUP SCREEN......................................................................... 35
Quick Tips.................................................................................................. 41
Getting started......................................................................5
What’s in the Box?.................................................................................5 Remote Access...................................................................... 42
GETTING TO KNOW THE MONITOR AND THE CAMERAS............6
Overview................................................................................................... 42
What the Lights Mean?.........................................................................7
System Requirements......................................................................... 42
Connecting to the Internet............................................................... 42
SETTING UP THE EQUIPMENT................................................................8
Connecting to the Intranet (HOME NETWORK)......................... 43
Set Up the Monitor.................................................................................8
Mount the Camera Stand.....................................................................8
REMOTELY VIEW YOUR G SERIES SYSTEM..................................... 44
Attach The Outdoor Camera............................................................ 10
Record Video.......................................................................................... 45
Attach The Indoor Camera................................................................ 11
Take a Snapshot.................................................................................... 45
Zoom........................................................................................................ 45
SETTING UP YOUR SYSTEM.................................................................. 12
Camera Settings................................................................................... 12
DOWNLOADING APPS........................................................................... 46
System Settings.................................................................................... 12
Android.................................................................................................... 46
Recording Settings.............................................................................. 12
iPhone...................................................................................................... 51
G Series Software Operation Overview..................... 13 Maintaining Your System................................................ 56
LIVE SCREEN............................................................................................... 13
UPGRADING YOUR G Series FIRMWARE ....................................� 56
What The Icons Mean......................................................................... 14
TAKING CARE OF YOUR HARDWARE .............................................56
Changing How the Live Screen Displays..................................... 17
Monitor .................................................................................................. 56
Using the Pentazoom™ Feature...................................................... 17
Cameras ................................................................................................� 58
USING YOUR SYSTEM ............................................................................ 18
SOLVING PROBLEMS .............................................................................57
Recording Live Video.......................................................................... 18
Playing Back Recorded Video.......................................................... 18 Additional Information.................................................. 59
Adding New Cameras......................................................................... 19
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS................................................................. 59
G Series Screen Descriptions.......................................... 21 INDEX........................................................................................ 61
OVERVIEW................................................................................................... 21
ONE-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY............................................ 62
G Series SETTINGS SCREEN ............................................................... 21
Main Screen............................................................................................ 22
Sub Screens............................................................................................ 22
What it does........................................................................................... 22
CAMERA SETUP SCREEN ...................................................................... 23
Pairing...................................................................................................... 23
Camera On.............................................................................................. 24
Recorder Setup Screen................................................................... 25
Email Alert............................................................................................... 26
For Gmail................................................................................................. 28
Network Setup Screen.................................................................... 30
Alarm Setup Screen.......................................................................... 33
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What’s in the Box?
MODEL
Getting started
7” Monitor
4.3” Monitor
Outdoor Camera
Indoor Camera
1x Monitor
1x Cradle
1x AC adaptor
1x Ethernet Cable
1x SD Card
1x Monitor
1x Cradle
1x AC adaptor
1x Ethernet Cable
1x SD Card
1x Camera
1x Antenna
1x AC adaptor
1x Stand
4x Mounting Screws
4x Expansion Anchors
1x Camera
1x AC adaptor
1x Stand
G2701
1
G2710
Quantities Of Each
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1
1
1
0
G2711
1
1
1
G2720
1
2
0
G2401
1
0
1
G2410
1
1
0
G2411
1
1
1
G2420
1
2
0
Need Help? Get answers at our website:
www.uniden.com.au for Australian model or
www.uniden.co.nz for New Zealand model.
If any items are missing or damaged, contact your place of purchase immediately.
Never use damaged products!
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GETTING TO KNOw THE MONITOR ANd THE CAMERAS
Monitor
(back/side)
Antenna
Cradle
Reset
MonitorPower Dock
Power
On/Off
Ethernet Cable
Connection
SD slot
AC Power
Connection
AC Power
Connection
Pull-Out
Stand
OUTDOOR CAMERA
Front View
Back View Back view
Power status
Antenna connector
Link status
Pair button
Light sensor
Microphone
Power pigtail
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Power jack
INDOOR CAMERA
Antenna (flip up)
Antenna (flip up)
Light sensor
Swivel stand receiver
Camera lens
POWER
LINK
AC adaptor
power jack
Microphone
POWER LED
LINK LED
CHARGE LED
LINK
what the lights Mean?
Light
Power Status
Link Status
Charge Status
State
On
Off
Flashing
On
Off
What it means?
The camera is on.
The camera is off.
The camera is in pairing mode.
The camera is connected to the Monitor.
The camera is in standby.
On (Green)
The battery is charging.
Off
The battery has charged.
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SETTING UP THE EQUIPMENT
Set Up the Monitor
1. If you are using the Monitor as a stand-alone unit, flip out the stand on the back of the Monitor,
and extend the antenna. Connect an AC adaptor to the power input on the side of the Monitor.
If you are using the Monitor in the cradle, insert the Monitor into the cradle and connect an AC
adaptor to the input on the back of the cradle.
2. Connect the other end of the adaptor to a 240 volt AC (standard indoor) power outlet.
3. Press and hold the Power button on the top of the Monitor for 3 - 4 seconds to power it up.
4. The Monitor displays the Uniden Welcome screen for a few seconds and then transitions to the
LIVE view.
The screen remains dark until the cameras are powered up.
Mount the Camera Stand
General Guidelines
The G Series outdoor camera is weatherproof and has an IP66 rating. Water can be sprayed on them
and they will still work; however, the cameras cannot be submerged underwater.
Although the outdoor cameras can be exposed directly to the rain, it is recommended that, if they
are used outdoors, they be mounted under some type of cover like a patio overhang or eave. As
rainwater drops start to dry on the camera glass, it can create spots that will reflect the light from
the infrared LEDs used for night vision, thus lowering the quality of the video.
The G Series indoor camera is not weatherproof.
Also, as dust, grime, and cobwebs accumulate on the camera glass, they can reflect light from the
infrared LED and might lower video quality. Periodically clean the lens glass with a soft cloth.
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Placement Considerations
Consider the following when placing cameras:
• The clearest line-of-sight between the camera and monitor is best.
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Walls, especially brick and concrete, shorten the transmission distance.
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Placement next to windows allows better transmission.
• Optimized motion detection range is 1.8 - 5.5 metres for the outdoor camera. The farther away
an object is, the less accurate the motion detection.
• Avoid having a direct light source in the view of the camera, including street lights, ceiling or
floor lamps, spotlights in the driveway, etc.
• Rainfall, pool water ripples/reflections, tree/shrub leaves blowing in the wind - and the shadows
they create - can generate motion detection false alarms.
You can mount the outdoor camera with the stand on the bottom (on a wall or table-top) or on the
top (on the ceiling). The indoor camera can be mounted with the stand on any flat surface. When
you are positioning the camera, you might want to bring the Monitor along; it’s much easier to get
the camera into the right position when you have the display handy.
1. Hold the base of the camera stand where you want to mount it and mark the location of the
screw holes.
2. Use the included screws and anchors to attach the base to the wall or ceiling.
3. Before attaching the camera, tug gently on the stand to make sure it is securely in place.
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Attach The Outdoor Camera
1. For each camera,
attach the camera bracket to the
mounting screw. You
can attach the stand
to the top or the bottom of the camera as
needed.Tighten it a
few turns, then turn
the camera to face
the direction you want.
2. Tighten the camera brace up against
the camera to secure it into place.
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1
Tighten the brace against
the camera to
secure it
in place.
Attach the camera
to the mounting
screw and turn it
to the desired
direction.
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Loosen the
wingnut to
unlock the
mounting
post.
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Adjust the post to
the correct angle,
then tighten the
wingnut to lock the
post into place.
3. Unlock the mounting post by turning
the wingnut to the left a few turns.
4. Set the mounting post to the correct
angle, then tighten the wingnut until
the post is locked into place.
5. Attach the antenna to the rear of the camera.
Antenna
6. Connect one end of an AC adaptor to the camera’s power pigtail
and plug the other end into a 240 volt AC (standard indoor) power
outlet. (If necessary, connect the extension cord to the camera’s pigtail and connect the AC adaptor to the extension cord.)
Be sure the power plug and the connector are tightly twisted
together to avoid water leaking in.
7. Make sure the Power status light turns on. If it doesn’t, try reconnecting the AC adaptor, and
make sure the power outlet isn’t controlled by a wall switch.
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Attach The Indoor Camera
Slide the camera on to the stand swivel
mount until it clicks in place.
1. Connect one end of an AC
adaptor to the camera and
plug the other end into a 240
volt AC (standard indoor)
power outlet.
2. Make sure the Power status
light turns on. If it doesn’t, try
reconnecting the AC adaptor,
and make sure the power
outlet isn’t controlled by a
wall switch.
LINK
AC adaptor
power plug
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SETTING UP YOUR SYSTEM
You can now set your cameras and system to your preferred settings.
Camera Settings
• Brightness (“G Series Settings Screen” on page 25)
• Motion Detection (“G Series Settings Screen” on page 25)
• Schedule Recordings (“Schedule Record” on page 29)
System Settings
• Power Saving (“Power Saving” on page 35)
• Screen Auto Lock (“Screen Auto Lock” on page 36)
• Time (“Time” on page 37)
• Security code (“Security Code” on page 32)
• Language (default language is English; “Changing the Language” on page 40)
Recording Settings
• Motion Detection (“Motion Detection” on page 25)
• Schedule Recordings (“Schedule Record” on page 29)
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G SERIES SOFTwARE OPERATION OvERvIEw
Your Monitor’s G Series software operates through a series of screens that let you choose groups
of operations. For example, when you tap on the camera icon in the Pop-up menus, you can set
how you want the main viewing screen - called the Live screen - to display images from the paired
cameras. You can scan between cameras, show all cameras on a single screen (Quad view), or only
display a specific camera.
The Live screen lets you view the camera transmissions. It also lets you set up your screen display
and make adjustments to it. Icons on the screen itself let you monitor power and camera status.
The G Series system always defaults to the Live screen in Quad mode after being idle for 2
minutes while in any other system screen. This default ensures that the system is ready to record video even if you forget to return to the Live screen. The system can only start a recording while in Live screen mode.
The operation of the G24 or G27 monitor is identical. The only difference between the two
systems is the physical size of the monitor/receiver and how you extend the antenna.
lIvE SCREEN
SD card
status
Battery
status
Internet
connection
status
Record
status
Camera number/
Signal strength
Motion
status
Pop up
menu tab
Pop up
menus
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what The Icons Mean
Icon
CAMERA MODE
What does it mean
Select how you want the Live screen to display camera input:
•Scan between cameras (5 seconds)
•Quad view (all paired cameras display)
•Full view (1 camera displays on full screen)
VOLUME
Adjust the volume level.
G SERIES SYSTEM
SETTINGS
Access the G Series Software Operation screens or view recorded events.
SD CAPACITY
Indicates memory capacity remaining.
BATTERY CAPACITY
Displays battery capacity. This graphic shows battery at nearly
full.
INTERNET/INTRANET STATUS
Appears in LIVE view. Indicates connection to the internet is in
progress.
Appears in LIVE view and Pop-Up Menu. Indicates internet
connection is established.
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Icon
What it does
Appears in LIVE view. Indicates remote viewing in progress.
Appears in LIVE view. Indicates system not connecting to internet.
Appears in LIVE view. Indicates the intranet connection is established.
CAMERA NUMBER
Displays the camera number and signal strength through the
status lines to the left of the number.
RECORD STATUS
•Tap to start or stop recording for that camera
•Steady on - Not recording
•Flashing - Recording
MOTION
System indicates motion detection recording in progress.
SCHEDULED
System indicates scheduled recording in progress.
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Icon
POP UP MENU TAB
NO SD CARD INDICATOR
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What it does
Opens and closes the pop up menu display.
Displays red when the SD card is not present or is damaged.
Changing How the Live Screen Displays
The Live screen displays in 2 views - Quad View or Full View. Quad View divides the screen’s image
area into 4 quadrants and displays camera video in each quadrant. If less than 4 cameras are on,
only those cameras’ video will display on the Live screen.
Full view displays a single camera’s video on the entire screen. If you are in Quad View, tap on the
camera quadrant you want to expand to Full View. Tap on that image to return to Quad View.
Using the Pentazoom™ Feature
While in any camera’s full screen view, selecting the + icon on the right side of the screen enables
the PentaZoom feature. PentaZoom lets you select from 5 sections of the video image. Tap on a
section and it will digitally zoom to full screen. Tap on the video to return to full screen mode or to
go back to the PentaZoom screen, tap .
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USING YOUR SYSTEM
Recording live video
Recordings are saved to the SD card (approximate recording time per GB is 225 minutes).
The SD card must be installed for recording to begin.
for the camera to begin recording.
1. On the Live screen, tap
2. Tap it again to stop recording.
You can record from all cameras at the same time.
Playing Back Recorded video
From the pop-up menus, tap
the following icons as they
appear on the screens:

The Record List screen displays.
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1. Tap on the highlighted day containing the recording you want to view or on a specific camera
to only view that camera’s recordings. The Record List screen displays those recordings listed
in a folder.
If you tap on a day that is not highlighted, a folder displays with no recordings listed.
2. Tap on the recording you want to view. It displays on the screen.
3. Tap on any area of the screen that does not have control icons to bring up the playback
progress bar. Tap that area again to close it.
4. While playback progress is visible, you can fast forward/rewind by dragging the playback bar
forwards or backwards.
On the playback progress bar, tap the double arrow to skip forward or backwards about 10 seconds. Tap the arrow and bar to skip to the next or previous video.
5. When playback ends, tap to return to the Record List.
You can delete a recording by tapping X, next to the camera icon.
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deleting Recorded Files
You can delete a single recorded file or a folder containing
all recorded files for a specific day.
1. On the Record List screen (see previous Record List
screen), tap the day with recorded files you want to
delete. The list of recorded files displays.
2. Tap the x on the right-hand side of the entry. If you are
deleting a folder, a confirmation screen displays. If you
are deleting a single recorded file, that file deletes without a confirmation required.
Adding New Cameras
Your Monitor supports a total of four active cameras at a time. When you add a camera, you have to
pair it to the Monitor (that is, you have “introduce” the camera and Monitor so they can communicate).
SOME THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT PAIRING CAMERAS
• If a camera is already assigned to the selected channel, the Monitor overwrites that camera link
with the new one.
• Only pair one camera at a time! The Monitor links to the first camera it detects. If two or more
cameras are in pairing mode, you can’t control which camera the Monitor will detect first.
PAIR CAMERA
1. From the Pairing Camera screen (see “Pairing” on
page 23), tap the camera image you want to pair. A
processing icon displays for a 60 second countdown.
2. During the 60 second countdown, quickly press and
release the Pairing button on that camera’s power
cord (see ”Pairing” on page 23).
3. The system automatically adjusts the Camera On
screen accordingly.
4. If you have any trouble, consult the the table on page 20.
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TROUBLESHOOTING CAMERA PAIRING
Consult the following table for camera pairing troubleshooting suggestions:
If...
the camera’s signal status icon
shows no bars
the camera’s signal status icon
shows one or two bars or the
video quality is poor
the camera won’t pair with the
Monitor
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Try...
•making sure the camera is plugged in and the red LED is on.
•making sure that the camera’s antenna is attached and the
Monitor’s antenna is extended.
•making sure the camera is paired to the correct channel
•re-pairing the camera and Monitor
See “General Guidelines” on page 8 for tips on improving video
quality.
•making sure the camera is plugged in and the red LED is on.
•pressing and releasing the pairing button quickly. Do not press
and hold the pairing button.
G Series Screen Descriptions
OVERVIEW
This section describes the G Series screens in detail. It provides a path to the screen being viewed.
G Series SETTINGS SCREEN
From the pop-up menu, tap the
following icons as they appear
on the screens:

This screen should display:

The G Series Settings screen highlights the Camera Setup option as the default.
Main Screen
Camera Setup
Recorder Setup
Sub screens
Pairing
Camera on
Brightness
Motion Detection
Email Alert
Schedule Record
What it does
Pairs new cameras to the Monitor.
Makes the cameras visible to the monitor.
Brightens or darkens the video of that camera.
Records when something moves in front of the
camera. Continues recording for 2 minutes. Motion detection is on by default.
Sends email notification to user’s PC and/or
mobile when Motion Detection senses motion in
front of the camera.
Set up a schedule for pre-determined recording
times and lengths.
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Main Screen
Sub Screens
What it does
Network Setup
Internet Setup
Select the type of internet connection to
be used. (DHCP is most common.)
Set a security code for remote access.
Displays information about your network
and the Monitor’s unique DID number.
Set a length of time for the alarm to
sound.
Select a melody to play for the alarm.
Temporarily turns off the LCD after the
system is idle for 2 minutes to conserve
power.
Locks the screen from further activity
until the screen is unlocked.
Clock Alarm. Set an alarm.
Security Code
Network Information
Alarm Setup
Period
System Setup
Melody
Power Saving
Screen Auto Lock
Time
Time Setting. Set the current time.
Storage Management
System Upgrade
Language
Quick Tips
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NA
Timer. Time countdown.
•Formats/erases all the data on the
microSD card.
•Permits new records to overwrite old
records when the microSD card is full.
Upgrades the Monitor firmware.
Changes default language setting for
the Monitor (English, French or Spanish).
Provides a list of 10 common questions.
CAMERA SETUP SCREEN
Pairing
Your cameras are paired to the Monitor at the factory to channels 1 and 2. When you add a new camera
to your system, you have to pair it to the Monitor
(that is, you have “introduce” the camera and Monitor so they can communicate).
SOME THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT PAIRING CAMERAS
• If a camera is already assigned to the selected channel, the Monitor overwrites that camera link
with the new one.
• Only pair one camera at a time! The Monitor links to the first camera it detects. If two or more
cameras are in pairing mode, you can’t control which camera the Monitor will detect first.
From the pop-up menus, tap
the following icons as they
appear on the screens:



This screen should display:

1. Tap the camera image you want to pair. A processing icon displays for a 60 second countdown.
2. Press and release the Pairing button on that camera’s power cord. The 60 second countdown
will end when the pairing process is complete.
Tap button, X icon comes up, tap that to stop processing
3. The system will automatically adjust the Camera On screen.
Use this procedure to move a camera from one channel to a different channel.
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Camera On
When you add a camera to your system, pair up the camera with the Monitor and the system will
automatically turn it on. An x indicates a camera that is turned off ; a check mark indicates the camera is turned on.
From the pop-up menu, tap the
following icons as they appear
on the screens:



This screen should display:

1. Tap the camera you want to turn on.
2. A check mark replaces the x under the camera.
3. To turn a camera off, tap the camera icon. An x replaces the checkmark and indicates the
camera is turned off.
Although the camera is turned off, it is still powered. The Monitor will not receive video signals from that camera.
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BRIGHTNESS
From the pop-up menu, tap the
following icons as they appear
on the screens:



This screen should display:

Tap the camera whose brightness level you want to change. The default brightness is 0, and the
range is from -2 through 2.
Recorder Setup Screen
Use the Recorder Setup screen to select betweenMotion Detection, Email Alert or Schedule Record.
Select Motion Detection.
See “Motion Detection” below.
MOTION DETECTION
From the pop-up menus, tap
the following icons as they
appear on the screens:



This screen should display:

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1. Each camera’s motion detection sensitivity can be set independently. You can set the motion
detection level to Off, Low, or High. Tap on the camera to cycle through these choices.
2. Tap to return to the main Motion Detection screen.
The Motion Detection default setting is Low. The system records for 2 minutes when
motion is detected.
Email Alert
The G Series system can notify you when it detects motion from any camera by sending you an
e-mail alert. The email alert contains information such as, the time that motion was detected and by
which camera. In order to enable the G Series system, you must enter both incoming and outgoing
email addresses.
Uniden recommends you set up and use Gmail as the outgoing mail server.
The outgoing email server (SMTP server) is responsible for sending out the email notification to tell
users when the G Series system detects motion from any camera (Motion Detection must be activated).
The incoming mail server (Email To) receives the email notification sent from the SMTP server. The
user must be able to receive email on Windows PC or on mobile devices (such as iPhone, iPad, or
Android smartphone or tablet) to receive e-mail alerts from the G Series system.
When you receive an email alert, you can view live video from your Windows PC, an iPhone, iPad,
Android smartphone or Andriod tablet through apps. Free apps are available through the iTunes
App store or the Android Market.
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From the pop-up menus, tap
the following icons as they
appear on the screens:



This screen should display:

1. Tap Enable to activate Email Alert or Disable to deactivate it.
2. Tap on the SMTP Server field. A keyboard screen displays.
Enter your outgoing e-mail SMTP server (e.g. for gmail server, enter: smtp@gmail.com). You
can switch the keyboard from alphabetical characters to numbers/symbols and back again by
tapping the field to the left of the space bar. Tap Enter. The Email Alert screen displays again.
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3. Tap on the STMP Port field and enter the port number (e.g. for gmail server, enter: 465). Tap
Enter.
4. Tap on the Username field and enter the email account you want to send alert messages from
(e.g. for gmail server, enter the gmail account in full). Tap Enter.
5. Tap on the Password field and enter your email password (the password will always remain
hidden). Tap Enter.
The password entered here must be the password for the outgoing email account.
6. Tap on the Email To field and enter the email account you want to receive email alert
messages. Tap Enter.
The incoming email account can be the same as, or different from, the outgoing email account. If a different email account is used then the outgoing email account serves as a relay
for the alert messages. Only one incoming email account will be accepted by the G Series
system.
7. Tap OK to save the settings, then tap < to return to the previous screen.
If you are using Gmail as the outgoing SMTP server, check SSL and use the data in the following
table:
For Gmail
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SMTP Server
SMTP Port
User Name
smtp.gmail.com
465
XXXX@gmail.com
Password
XXXXXXXXXXX
Email To
XXXX@gmail.com
Enter this.
Enter this.
Enter your gmail address in full,
including ‘@gmail.com’.
Enter the password for this
gmail account.
Enter the email address where
you want the alerts sent.
SCHEDULE RECORD
You can schedule up to 5 recording sessions. You are limited to the size of the SD card for how long
a total recording time you have.
These recording sessions must begin and end within a single 24-hour period.
They cannot cross into the next day.
From the pop-up menus, tap
the following icons as they
appear on the screens:



This screen should display:

1. Tap the camera number you want to
record (1 - 4). You can select up to all 4
cameras to record.
2. Set the recording start time. Tap the
hour and number boxes separately and
use the UP and DOWN arrows to scroll
through the times.
3. Tap the AM/PM block to toggle
between them.
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4. Tap on the blank DATE box. The Recorder Setup calendar screen displays.
5. Tap on the date you want the recording. The previous screen displays.
6. Set up the recording and then tap Save. You can select another recording session to schedule,
return the previous screen, or return to the LIVE screen.
Scheduled recordings are broken up into 15 minute file sizes. For example, if you record a 50
minute event, you will have three 15-minute recordings plus one 5-minute recording.
It is important to set the correct time to ensure that the recorded video files and the
scheduled record times are correct.
CLEAR A SCHEDULED RECORDING
1. Access the Schedule Record screen.
2. Tap recording you want to clear (1-5). The screen displays the settings for that schedule.
3. Tap CLEAR. The screen resets to the default values for that recording slot.
Network Setup Screen
The Network Setup screen allows you to select your internet connection type and security code.
You can also display system default configuration.
From the pop-up menu, tap the following icons
as they appear on the screens:

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

This screen should display:
INTERNET SETUP
1. Tap Internet Setup icon to display the Internet
Setup screen.
2. Tap on your selection and fill in the fields
requested. Tap OK.
Selection
Fields
Static IP
•IP Address
•Subnet Mask
•Default Gateway
•DNS Server
DHCP
None
3. Tap OK at the system reboot prompt. The Network Setup screen displays.
DCHP is the most common connection. Your router will automatically assign an IP address
to your G Series system. Static IP is for those that have the ability to specify an IP address
for the G Series system.
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SECURITY CODE
Set up your security code to limit who can have access to the system from a remote location.
1. Tap Security Code icon to display the
Security Code screen.
2. If you have not entered a security code,
you can enter it here. If you have previously
entered a security code, your current
security code displays.
The default security code is set to 123456.
We recommend that you change this code
to something you will remember. You will
need the code to access your video from
a remote device such as a smart phone or
PC.
3. Tap on the Change Code field. A
keyboard screen displays.
4. Enter your security code. You can
switch the keyboard from alphabetical
characters to numbers/symbols and
back by tapping the field to the left of
the space bar. Tap Return. The Security
Code screen displays again.
You must enter a security code to monitor your video from a PC or other device.
5. Tap OK on the system reboot prompt. The Network Setup screen displays.
6. Turn your G Series monitor off then back on for the security code change to take effect.
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NETWORK INFORMATION SCREEN
1. Tap the Network Information icon to display the Network Information screen.
2. Tap to return to the previous screen.
The DID is a unique code specific to your monitor and is required (along with the security code) to
gain remote access to your cameras over the internet. The information in the DHCP setting is assigned to your monitor from your home router.
Alarm Setup Screen
From the Alarm Setup screen, you can:
••
Set the length of time the alarm sounds
••
Select a melody for the alarm.
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PERIOD SCREEN
This selection allows you to select the length of time the alarm will sound for the alarm clock.
1. Tap Period. The Set Siren Duration
screen displays.
2. Tap the duration you want the siren to
last (2, 10, or 30 seconds) or tap None
to turn sirens off.
3. Tap to return to the previous screen.
MELODY
This selection allows you to select a melody for the siren.
1. Tap Melody. The Change Siren Melody
screen displays.
2. A check mark appears on the melody
you tap and the Monitor briefly plays
a sample of the selected melody.
3. Tap to return to the previous
screen.
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SYSTEM SETUP SCREEN
POWER SAVING
When you turn on Power Saving mode, the monitor goes into sleep mode (LCD turns off ) after it is
idle for 2 minutes. Press the POWER button once to reactivate the monitor. (Default = Disable).
If a motion detection event or scheduled recording begins, the LCD turns back on.
1. Tap Power Saving Enable to activate Power Saving mode (Default = Disable).
2. A check mark appears on your selection.
3. Tap to return to the previous screen.
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SCREEN AUTO LOOK
When you turn on Auto Lock mode, the monitor will automatically enter screen lock mode after it
has been idle for 2 minutes. Auto Lock disables the touchscreen and removes the icons from the
display.
When the auto-lock feature has been enabled and your Live screen is locked, just tap the POWER
button once to unlock the screen and return to normal touch screen operation. At any time from
the Live screen, you can manually lock the system by tapping the POWER button, whether or not
the auto-lock feature has been enabled.
1. Tap Screen Auto Lock. The Activate Touch Screen Operation screen displays.
2. Tap your selection; a check mark displays.
3. Tap to return to the previous screen.
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TIME
The Time screen lets you set up clock alarms, set the system time, and set a timer.
The following
following screen
screen displays:
displays:
The
From the pop-up menu, tap the
following icons as they appear
on the screens:




Clock Alarm
This feature operates as an independent alarm clock. It does not affect the operation of live video or
recording video.
1. Tap
to display the Clock Alarm screen.
2. Tap on an alarm button (total of 5 to select from).
3.
4.
5.
6.
Tap on the hour block. The UP/DOWN arrows move to the hour block. Set the hour.
Tap on the minute block. The UP/DOWN arrows move to the minute block. Set the minute.
Tap on AM/PM to toggle between the two.
Tap SAVE when you are finished.
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Time Setting
This screen contains fields to set the Month, Day, Year, Hour, Minute, and AM/PM.
1. Tap
to display the Time Setting screen.
2. Tap on each field to set it. The UP/DOWN
arrows shift to that field. Use UP/DOWN to
set the field.
3. Tap on the AM/PM block to switch between
the two.
4. Tap Daylight Saving to set Daylight Savings
Time.
5. Tap SAVE when you are finished.
It is important to set the correct time to
ensure that the recorded video files and the
scheduled record times are correct.
Time Zone
Time Zone allows you to set the time zone your monitor is in. This is especially useful if you are using the app in another time zone and you want to remotely access your recorded files. You can set
a filter for how far back you want to view files (the past hour, past 6 hours, etc - see page 49). Your
system will know that your request refers to the time zone the monitor is in. [Default = (GMT+10:00)
Australia]
to display the Time Zone screen.
1. Tap
2. Scroll through the time zone lists to find
your time zone. Tap on that time zone
when you find it.
3. Tap SAVE when you are finished. The Time
Zone screen displays.
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STORAGE MANAGEMENT
Storage Management lets you reformat your microSD card (erasing all records) or allow new video
records to copy over older records when the microSD card is full. Overwrite erases the oldest record
to free space for the new file. More than one record may be erased depending on the new file’s size.
The Uniden Guardian System supports up to a 32 GB microSD Card.
From the pop-up menu, tap the
following icons as they appear
on the screens:



This screen should display:

1. Tap Storage Management on the System Setup screen. The Storage Management screen
displays.
2. You can tap either Format or Overwite from this screen.
FORMAT
Formatting the microSD card erases all data. If there are files you need to keep, transfer those files
from the microSD card to your computer.
1. Tap the Format portion of the Storage Management screen. A confirmation screen displays,
asking if you wish to continue.
2. Tap OK.
Reformat your microSD card every 4 - 6 weeks for optimum performance.
OVERWRITE
Overwrite lets the system delete the oldest records in order to record new records when the microSD card is full. It might be necessary to delete more than one record to save the new record,
depending on size.
1. Tap the Overwrite portion of the Storage Management screen.
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2. A checkmark displays to indicate that the oldest files will be overwritten. If you turn off this
feature, an x displays and the system displays an out of space message when you ty to record
files and the microSD card is full.
SYSTEM UPGRADE
To upgrade the G Series firmware, you will need to download the file from the Uniden Video portal
site (www.unidenvideo.com) or from the Uniden website (see front cover of this manual) to your
computer. This file must then be transferred to the root directory of the SD card used in your G
Series system.
From the pop-up menu, tap the
following icons as they appear
on the screens:



This screen should display:

Refer to Upgrading Your System Software, (“System Upgrade” on page 56).
LANGUAGE
CHANGING THE LANGUAGE
English is the default language. When you change languages, all system settings default to the
original factory settings. You will have to reenter any specialized settings.
From the pop up menus, tap
the following icons as they
appear on the screens:

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

This screen should display:

1. Select a language to change to that language. The Restore Default Settings screen displays.
2. Tap OK to continue with the language reset. The system will reboot in about 5 seconds. If you
do not want to reset the language, tap CANCEL and return to the previous screen.
Changing the language will reboot the system and ask you to recalibrate the touch screen. Follow
the instructions on the screen.
Quick Tips
The Quick Tips screen provides more detail into 10 common areas. Tap on a subject to display the
information.
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Remote Access
Overview
G Series lets you view live video from your Windows® PC, an iPhone®, iPad®, or Android® smartphone or tablet. Free apps are available through the iTunes® App Store or the Android Market.
This system uses P2P remote access technology and does not require configuring your router, port
forwarding or a remote DDNS service.
You must set up a free portal account to remotely view your system. Multiple users can access live
video at the same time as long as they have the User ID (DID) code and security code.
The number of remote viewers is determined by the amount of “available upload bandwidth” on your home network. Each remote viewer requires ~350kbps of bandwidth on the
network.
System Requirements
• Microsoft® Windows XP, Vista, or 7
• Internet Explorer® 8 or greater.
• iPhone® 3GS or above, or
• iPad® or
• Android® 2.3 smartphone or above, with 1 GHz processor or greater and 256 MB of memory, or
greater, or tablet.
Connecting to the Internet
The G Series cradle charges your monitor as well as provides an internet connection. When you are
connected to the internet, live video will display on the monitor.
For this procedure, the AC adaptor must be connected to the cradle and not to the monitor.
Reconnect the AC adaptor if necessary.
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1. Connect one end of the Ethernet cable into the back of the cradle.
2. Connect the other end into your primary router (typically, the router from your service
provider).
3. Before placing the monitor into the cradle, make sure all video recordings are stopped,
otherwise, the system may lock up. Place cradle maximum distance away from your router.
4. Insert the monitor into the cradle. A screen asks if you want to connect to the internet or to
only charge the monitor.
5. Tap Connect. The Internet Connection Status Indicator appears on the upper left of the LIVE
screen indicating that the system is connected to the internet.
While the system is connected to the internet:
••
The LIVE screen display rate may reduce to 2-3 frames per second.
••
The touch screen’s control operation will be limited. To return to full control of the touch
screen, disconnect from the internet. Tap on the Pop Up menu and select Charge Only.
6. When you connect remotely to the monitor, the Internet Connection Status Indicator shows
that remote view in progress.
Connecting to the Intranet (HOME NETWORK)
When the monitor is placed in the cradle and “charge only” is selected, you can still access your live
video from a PC or smart phone or tablet as long as those devices are also connected to the same
network as the monitor. For example your smart phone or tablet is connected to your home network via WiFi. In this case, live video will still be displayed on the monitor as well as on the smart
phone or tablet.
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Remotely View Your Uniden G Series System
To remote view via your PC, please log on to www.unidenvideo.com.
The screen shown below will be displayed. Click on the link ‘Start Viewing’.
On the next screen, please enter your DID and security code.
The DID code can be found on the back of your handheld monitor behind the kickstand. It is the
20 characters underneath the barcode. You also can find the DID code on the Network Information
screen.
Choose the camera and then press START to view live video.
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In order to view live video from your PC, you must download and install the OCX plug in. Click
on the link near the bottom of the page and it will ask you to Run or Save the file. If you choose
to Save, remember where the download location on your computer. After the download is complete, find that file and click on it to install.
Record Video
The Portal lets you record live video and save it to your PC.
1. Click Record to start recording.
2. Click Stop Record to stop recording.
Take a Snapshot
The Portal lets you take snapshots of video and save to your PC.
Click Snapshot.
You specify the Data Storage Location for all video and snapshots. Select Data Storage Location
and then browse to the location where you want to save them.
ZOOM
The Portal lets you zoom in or out of the live video.
Click 1X and 2X.
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dOwNlOAdING APPS
Android
You can use a Google® Android® smart phone or tablet with your G Series System to remotely
connect to and view live camera video. Follow these steps to download, add, and use the app.
1. From your AndroidTM smart phone or
tablet device, search the Android Market
for Uniden Guardian 2. Download and
install this app to your device.
2. Launch the app; tap PRESS TO Add
CAMERAS to add your system information
to the app.
Enter a name for your system in the
System Name field.
Enter the same DID code from your
Uniden Guardian monitor in the DID field.
Enter the security code.
Tap the Email Alert box to have the system
send you e-mails when motion triggers
the camera; tap SAVE. A message displays,
verifying that you want to save the system
you just entered. Tap OK.
3. A message displays, recommending that
you change the security code from the
default. Tap OK.
4. The Uniden Guardian 2 system Main
screen displays. A globe displays for
each system you connect to the Uniden
Guardian 2 app.
If only one system is connected, the app will display the globe screen momentarily and then display the last image from that system.
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5. Tap on the globe to view live video from that system.
G755 Home
APP Operation
When you open the APP on your Android phone, the image displayed on the main screen is the last
camera image, captured automatically, from your previously established session.
Tap to add an additional G Series system.
Tap to enter System Setup page.
Tap to refresh the system.
Main Screen
Tap to enter the APP Information page. There is also an option to
enable/disable the PIN lock
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SYSTEM SETUP ICONS
These icons display when you tap the
icon from the Main screen.
•
Edit System. Tap this icon to change settings and enable email alerts and event notifications.
•
Delete System. Tap this icon to delete the Uniden Guardian system.
•
View Recorded Files. Tap this icon to display a list of recorded file (see page 51).
INFORMATION OPTIONS
These options display when you tap the
•
•
icon.
Set up PIN Lock. Activating this function prevents others from activating the app and viewing
your camera images. Enter a unique 4-digit code and check the “Enable lock when starting” box if
desired. Enter this code when you activate the app.
About. Tap this icon to display the APP version number and the API version number.
TO ENABLE EVENT NOTIFICATION
You can set your smartphone or device to notify you when there is a new recorded file.
1. Tap Settings on your device.
2. Tap Notifications. A list of apps displays.
3. Tap Uniden Guardian 2.
4. The Uniden Guardian 2 setting screen displays. Turn the notification ON or OFF as desired.
TO VIEW RECORDED FILES FROM YOUR MOBILE DEVICE
Before you can view recorded files from your mobile device, you must connect your system to the
internet (see page 42).
1. Launch the Uniden Guardian 2 app and select your system. The main screen displays.
2. Tap the
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icon. The Edit System, Delete System, and View Recorded Files icons display.
3. Tap VIEW RECORDED FILES. A list of recorded files (Event List)
displays.You also have the following options available:
• Across the bottom of screen is a camera selection field with a
drop-down menu; you can select which camera’s Event List you
want to view.
• Tap the pencil icon to select recorded files to delete. Tap the box
on the right side of the entry to select it for deletion.
• You can set a filter to display all files recorded within the past
hour, past 6 hours, etc. Tap SEARCH (magnifying glass icon) to display the filter selections. Select a filter and then tap YES. The Event
List displays again, filtered accordingly.
When you set a filter, be sure the Time Zone feature is set accurately in the monitor to reflect the current time zone for the system, not
the time zone where you are.
4. Tap on a file to play it. Two icons display on the screen below the image:
Pause icon. Tap to pause playback. Tap again to resume
playback.
Return icon. Tap to return to the previous screen.
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TO TAKE SNAPSHOTS AND RECORD FROM LIVE VIEW:
From the Live view, three icons display on this screen - Snapshot, Record, and Return.
Snapshot icon. Tap to take a picture. Pictures are saved to
your phone.
Record icon. Tap to begin recording. A red circle displays in
the upper right-hand corner of the screen. The app records
for 2 minutes, and stores the recorded file on the monitor’s
microSD card.
Return icon. Tap to return to the Main screen.
If you have multiple systems, scroll down and tap on the system image you want to view.
To View Video:
1. Select a system.
2. Select a camera from the drop-down menu.
3. View video.
You can turn your device sideways and go to a
horizontal view.
4. Tap Return to stop the video and enter the
system page.
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iPhone
In a similar fashion to the Android smart phone, you can use
the Apple® iPhone® smart phone or iPad® tablet with your
G Series System to remotely connect to and view camera
videos. Follow these steps to download the G Series iPhone®
App and set it up to work with your G Series system.
1. From your iPhone® or iPad®, go to the Apple App Store
and search for Uniden Guardian Download and install
this App to your device.
2. Launch the app; tap PRESS TO ADD CAMERAS to add
your system information to the app.
Enter a name for your system in the System Name field.
Enter the same DID code from your Uniden Guardian
monitor in the DID field.
If your phone is connected via WiFi to the same network
as the Uniden Guardian system, tap SEARCH. The
app will look on your network and find your Uniden
Guardian system’s DID code.
Enter the security code.
Tap SAVE.
3. The Uniden Guardian 2 system Main screen displays.
A globe displays for each system you connect to the
Uniden Guardian 2 app.
If only one system is connected, the app will display
the globe screen momentarily and then display the last
image of that system.
4.
If you have more than one system on the app, tap your desired system’s globe to view live video from that system.
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APP Operation
When you open the APP on your iPhone or iPad, several icons display on the bottom task bar.
Tap to add an additional G Series system.
Tap to enter System Setup page.
Tap to refresh the system.
Main Screen
Tap to enter the APP Information page. There is also an option
to enable/disable the PIN lock.
SYSTEM SETUP ICONS
These icons display when you tap the
icon from the Main screen.
•
Edit System. Tap this icon to change settings and enable email alerts and event notifications.
•
Delete System. Tap this icon to delete the Uniden Guardian system.
•
View Recorded Files. Tap this icon to display a list of recorded file (see page 51).
INFORMATION OPTIONS
These options display when you tap the
•
•
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icon.
Set up PIN Lock. Activating this function prevents others from activating the app and viewing
your camera images. Enter a unique 4-digit code and check the “Enable lock when starting” box if
desired. Enter this code when you activate the app.
About. Tap this icon to display the APP version number and the API version number.
TO ENABLE EVENT NOTIFICATION
You can set your smartphone or device to notify you when there is a new recorded file.
1. Tap Settings on your device.
2. Tap Notifications. A list of apps displays.
3. Tap Uniden Guardian 2.
4. The Uniden Guardian 2 setting screen displays. Turn the notification ON or OFF as desired.
TO VIEW RECORDED FILES FROM YOUR MOBILE DEVICE
Before you can view recorded files from your mobile device, you
must connect your system to the internet (see page 42). Launch
the Uniden Guardian 2 app and select your system. The System
Setup screen displays.
1. Tap the
icon. The Edit System, Delete System, and View
Recorded Files icons display.
2. Tap VIEW RECORDED FILES. A list of recorded files (Event List)
displays.You also have the following options available to help
you find the files you want:
- Change cameras. In the upper right-hand corner of the
screen is a camera selection field. Tap on it and the bottom of
the screen displays your camera options. Select the camera
whose Event List you want to view.
- Set display filter. You can set a filter to display all files
recorded within the past hour, past 6 hours, etc. Tap SEARCH
to display the filter selections. Select a filter and then tap
CLOSE. The Event List displays again, filtered accordingly.
When you set a filter, be sure the Time Zone feature is set accurately in the monitor to reflect
the current time zone for the system, not the time zone where you are. See page 38.
3. Tap on a file to play it. Two icons display below the image:
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Pause icon. Tap to pause playback. Tap again to resume
playback.
Return icon. Tap to return to the previous screen.
TO DELETE FILES
1. Tap the DELETE ALL or DELETE ONE button on the
bottom of the list of files.
2. If you tap DELETE ALL, a confirmation message display.
Tap YES or NO.
3. If you tap DELETE ONE, the Event List displays again
with red and white circles. Tap the circle on the file you
want to delete and then tap DELETE.
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TO TAKE SNAPSHOTS AND RECORD FROM LIVE VIEW:
From the Live view, three icons display on this screen - Snapshot, Record, and Return.
Snapshot icon. Tap to take a picture. Pictures are saved to
your phone.
Record icon. Tap to begin recording. A red circle displays in
the upper right-hand corner of the screen. The app records
for 2 minutes, and stores the recorded file on the monitor’s
microSD card.
Return icon. Tap to return to the Main screen.
To View Video:
1. Select a system.
2. Select a camera from the drop-down menu.
3. View video.
You can turn your device sideways and go
to a horizontal view.
4. Tap Return to stop the video and enter the
system page.
Two icons display on the screen - Snapshot and
Return.
Snapshot icon. Tap to take a
picture.
Return icon. Tap to return to the
Main screen.
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Maintaining Your System
UPGRADING YOUR G Series FIRMWARE
Check your system firmware version on the Network Information screen. Go to
www.uniden.com. au to check the current firmware level. Compare it to your system firmware
level. If you need to update your G Series firmware, download the most current firmware version to
your system’s SD card and then upload that firmware to the Monitor.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Eject the SD card from the Monitor.
Insert the SD card into your PC.
Go to www.uniden.com. au
Copy the current firmware to the SD card.
Remove the SD card and reinsert it into the Monitor.
Upgrade the firmware (see “System Upgrade” on page 40).
TAKING CARE OF YOUR HARDWARE
Monitor: As you use your monitor keep the screen clean by wiping it with a microfibre cloth to
remove fingerprints, dust, etc.
Cameras: When dust and grime builds up on the camera lens and glass, it affects night vision capability. The infrared light reflects off of the dust and grime, limiting the camera’s “vision.” Use a microfibre cloth to regularly clean the cameras or when night vision video is cloudy or unclear.
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SOLVING PROBLEMS
If you have any trouble with your system, try these simple steps. If you still have a question, visit the
customer support page of our website listed on the front cover.
If...
The motion sensor won’t respond to
movement.
Try...
•Increasing the sensitivity of the motion sensor (see
page 25).
•Checking the settings on the Record screen (see page
25).
The motion sensor goes off when there’s •Decreasing the sensitivity of the motion sensor (see
nothing there.
page 26).
•Refer to “Placement Considerations” on page 9.
I can’t play my video clips in another
•The video files play with a Quicktime® player. Downprogram
load this free player from www.apple.com.
•Video will play in players such as Windows Media®
Player if an H.264 CODEC plug-in is installed.
I schedule a recording, save the schedule, and the recording does not happen
at the scheduled time.
•Ensure that the system time is set to the current time.
•Make sure that the SD card is inserted into the Monitor
and there is still memory available on that card.
The camera’s signal status icon shows
no bars
•making sure the camera is plugged in and the red LED
is on.
•making sure the camera is paired to the correct channel
•re-pairing the camera and Monitor
•moving the camera closer to the monitor; it might be out
of range.
•make sure the camera setting is turned on in Camera
Setup (see “Camera On” on page 24).
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If...
The camera’s signal status icon shows one or
two bars or the video quality is poor
Try...
See “General Guidelines” on page 8 for tips on
improving video quality.
The camera won’t pair with the Monitor
•making sure the camera is plugged in and the red
LED is on.
•pressing and releasing the pairing button quickly.
Do not press and hold the pairing button.
When I power up my Monitor and cameras for •If the Power Saving feature has been turned on,
the monitor’s LCD screen will power off. Tap the
the first time, they seem to be on but there is
no picture on the screen
power button to turn the LCD back on.
I have my regular LIVE screen but there are no •tapping the Power button on top of the Monitor.
icons.
Screen lock may be on and tapping the Power
button will unlock the screen.
The monitor picture has frozen.
•Using a blunt object like an unbent paper clip to
press RESET and reset the monitor. The monitor
turns off. Press POWER to turn it back on.
I cannot remotely access my recorded files.
•Verify that the monitor is connected to the internet.
•Verify that the time zone is set correctly for the
monitor.
If you are away from your system, you will
need someone to verify these items for you.
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Additional Information
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
Radio Frequency Transceiver
RF Frequency
Modulation
Spread spectrum
Anti Interference
Selectable camera channel
Data rate
Transmitting range
Image Specification
Output Image resolution
Image processing
Exposure
White balance
System Specifications
Weight
Dimension
2.4 GHz
GFSK
Frequency Hopping
Clean Channel Dynamic Select
4
2 Mbps
500 feet (152 metres) in an open area (line of
sight)
480 X 272 (HD) / 320 x 240 (QVGA)
H.264
Auto
Auto
Camera
Outdoor: 13 oz (370g)
Indoor: 4.1 oz (118g)
Outdoor: 5.94 x 2.9 x 1.9”
(151 x 74 x 49 mm)
Monitor
4.3” Model: 7 oz
(198g)
5 x 3 x 0.9”
(132 x 79 x 24 mm)
Operating temperature
Indoor: 3.5 x 2.9 x 0.8”
(90 x 49 x 20 mm)
+14° F (-10° C) to 122° F ( +50° C)
Battery charging temp.
0° C (32° F) to +45° C (113° F )
7” Model: 1lb 1 oz
(468g)
7.2 x 5 x 1.1”
(184 x 128 x 28 mm)
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System Specifications
Camera
Input voltage
Operating voltage
Power consumption
Low light solution
100-240 V AC @ 60 or 50 Hz
5 V DC @ 1 Amp
650 mA max
Outdoor: 20 IR LEDs, 1 Low light sensor
Indoor: 12 IR LEDs, 1 Low light sensor
Low light sensitivity
Picture sensor
Lens
1-8 lux
OV7725 1/4’ Color CMOS
Outdoor: F3.6mm H:55 V:44
Indoor:F3.6mm H:53 V:40
Lithium-Polymer Battery Warning
This equipment contains a rechargeable lithium-polymer battery.
A.Do not charge the battery in temperatures below 23° F (0° C) or higher than 113° F (45° C).
B.Do not open or mutilate the battery.
C.The rechargeable batteries contained in this equipment may explode if disposed of in a fire.
D.Do not short-circuit the battery.
E. Do not charge the rechargeable battery pack used in this equipment with any charger other than the one
designed to charge this battery pack as specified in the owner’s manual. Using another charger may damage the battery pack or cause the battery pack to explode.
CAUTION! Rechargeable Batteries Must Be Recycled or Disposed of Properly.
Recycling and Disposal Information
A.Do not dispose of electronic devices or any of their components (especially batteries and LCD displays) in
your municipal trash collection.
B.Consult your local waste management authority or a recycling organization to find an electronics recycling facility in your area.
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INDEX
A
P
Alarm 33
Android App (See Remote Access)
Apple App (see Remote Access)
Pairing (see camera) 23
Playback 18
B
R
Battery Information 60
Record Schedule 29
Remote Access 42
C
S
Camera
Add new camera 19
Brightness 25
Indoor Camera 11
Mount the Camera 8
Outdoor Camera 10
Schedule 29
SD Card
Display Indication 14
Formatting 39
Recording Live Video 18
Security Code 32
Setup 35
Specifications 59
System Upgrade 40
D
Date&Time 29,37
Display 17
E
T
Timer 37
Email Alert 26
I
Icons 14
M
Menus 21
Motion Detect 25
N
Network 30
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ONE-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
IMPORTANT Satisfactory evidence of the original purchase is required for warranty service.
Please refer to our Uniden website for any details or warranty durations offered in addition to those contained below.
Warrantor
The warrantor is either Uniden Australia Pty Limited ABN 58 001 865 498 (“Uniden Aust”) or Uniden New
Zealand Limited (“Uniden NZ”) as the case maybe.
Terms of Warranty
Uniden Aust/NZ warrants to the original retail purchaser only that the G2701, G2710, G2711, G2720, G2401,
G2410, G2411 and G2420 (“the Product”), will be free from defects in materials and craftsmanship for the
duration of the warranty period, subject to the limitations and exclusions set out below.
Warranty Period
This warranty to the original retail purchaser is only valid in the original country of purchase for a Product
first purchased either in Australia or New Zealand and will expire one (1) year from the date of the original
retail sale.
If a warranty claim is made, this warranty will not apply if the Product is found by Uniden to be:
A.Damaged or not maintained in a reasonable manner or as recommended in the relevant Uniden Owner’s
Manual;
B.Modified, altered or used as part of any conversion kits, subassemblies or any configurations not sold by
Uniden Aust or Uniden NZ;
C.Improperly installed contrary to instructions contained in the relevant Owner’s Manual
D.Repaired by someone other than an authorized Uniden Repair Agent in relation to a defect or malfunction
covered by this warranty; or
E. Used in conjunction with any equipment, parts or a system notmanufactured by Uniden.
Parts Covered
This warranty covers the Product and included accessories.
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User-generated Data
This warranty does not cover any claimed loss of or damage to user-generated data (including but without
limitation phone numbers, addresses and images)that may be stored on your Product.
Statement of Remedy
If the Product is found not to conform to this warranty as stated above, the Warrantor, at its discretion, will
either repair the defect or replace the Product without any charge for parts or service. This warranty does not
include any reimbursement or payment of any consequential damages claimed to arise
from a Product’s failure to comply with the warranty.
Our goods come with guarantees that cannot be excluded under the Australian Consumer Law. You are
entitled to a replacement or refund for a major failure and for compensation for any other reasonably foreseeable loss or damage. You are also entitled to have the goods repaired or replaced if the goods fail to be of
acceptable quality and the failure does not amount to a major failure.
This warranty is in addition to and sits alongside your rights under either the COMPETITION AND CONSUMER
ACT 2010 (Australia) or the CONSUMER GUARANTEES ACT (New Zealand) as the case may be, none of which
can be excluded.
Procedure for Obtaining Warranty Service
Depending on the country in which the Product was first purchased, if you believe that your Product does
not conform with this warranty, you should deliver the Product, together with satisfactory evidence of your
original purchase (such as a legible copy of the sales docket) to Uniden at the addresses shown below. You
should contact Uniden regarding any compensation that may be payable for your expenses incurred in making a warranty claim. Prior to delivery, we recommend that you make a backup copy of any phone numbers,
images or other data stored on your Product, in case it is lost or damaged during warranty service.
UNIDEN AUSTRALIA PTY LTD
UNIDEN NEW ZEALAND LTD
Service Division
Service Division
345 Princes Highway,
150 Harris Road, East Tamaki
Rockdale, NSW 2216
Auckland 2013
Phone number: 1300 366 895
Phone number: (09) 273 8377
Email address: custservice@uniden.com.au
Email address: service@uniden.co.nz
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© 2012 Uniden Australia Pty. Limited.
Uniden New Zealand Limited. Printed in PRC.
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