Uniden BW30xx Series Owner`s manual

BW30xx Series
2.3” LCD Portable Wireless
Baby Monitoring 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.
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
• 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.
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Warning 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 medical or
parental supervision. Always be sure that both the transmitter and receiver 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
receiver 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
WHAT’S IN THE BOX? .........................................................................................5
INSTALLATION ...................................................................................................6
Monitor .........................................................................................................................................................6
Camera ..........................................................................................................................................................6
BASIC OPERATION ............................................................................................8
Wireless Camera ........................................................................................................................................ 8
Wireless Monitor .......................................................................................................................................10
LCD Display ...............................................................................................................................................12
USING THE BW30xx sERIES ............................................................................14
SYSTEM MENU DESCRIPTIONS .......................................................................15
System ........................................................................................................................................................16
Alert .............................................................................................................................................................20
VOX .............................................................................................................................................................21
Power Save ................................................................................................................................................21
Camera .......................................................................................................................................................22
SPECIAL FEATURES .........................................................................................24
Zoom ......................................................................................................................................................... 24
Night Light ................................................................................................................................................24
Lullabies ..................................................................................................................................................... 24
Using The Intercom .................................................................................................................................25
Camera Pairing ........................................................................................................................................25
Maintaining Your System ......................................................................................................................25
SOLVING PROBLEMS ......................................................................................26
SPECIFICATION ................................................................................................27
General .......................................................................................................................................................27
Camera ....................................................................................................................................................... 27
Monitor ...................................................................................................................................................... 28
ONE-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY ................................................................... 29
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WHAT’S IN THE BOX?
Digital Wireless Monitor*
Digital Wireless Camera*
AC Power Adaptor*
Screws and Anchors
Suction Cup Adaptor Bar
Owner’s Manual
* Refer to the table below.
Model Name
2.3” Monitor
BW3001
1
Indoor
Camera
1
BW3002
1
2
Adaptors
1 x Camera Power Adaptors
1 x Monitor Power Adaptors
2 x Camera Power Adaptors
1 x Monitor Power Adaptors
• If any item is missing or damaged, contact your place of purchase immediately.
Never use damaged products!
• Need help? Get answers at our website:
www.uniden.com.au for Australian model
www.uniden.co.nz for New Zealand model.
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INSTALLATION
MONITOR
1. Place the monitor in a location with clear reception from your camera(s). Place it
a minimum of 1m from the crib.
2. Plug the AC adaptor power plug into the monitor’s DC adaptor input jack.
3. Plug the power plug into a 240 volt AC (standard indoor) power outlet or surge
protector.
4. Press and hold POWER to turn the unit on or off. Let the monitor charge for 6
hours prior to first time use so the built-in rechargeable monitor battery is fully
charged. DO NOT remove the power cable from the monitor during the initial
charge process. After the initial charge, recharge the monitor as needed.
5. Out of range displays on the LCD until you turn on the camera.
CAMERA
The BW3000 camera and mounting clip are a complete unit. The BW3000 Camera
does come with a separate suction cup bar. With it installed, you can mount the
camera on glass or smooth metallic surfaces.
Placement Considerations
• The camera included with your monitor is NOT weatherproof; it is an indoor
camera.
• The clearest line-of-sight between the camera and monitor is best. Walls,
especially brick and concrete, can affect reception quality.
• Avoid having a direct light source in view of the camera (ceiling or floor lamps).
• Carefully plan where and how the camera will be positioned, and where you
will route the cable that connects the camera to the power adaptor. Place it a
minimum of 3 feet from the crib.
• When you are positioning the camera, bring the monitor along; it’s much easier
to get the camera into the right position when you have the display handy. Check
the image on the monitor before you install the camera.
• Out of range displays when the camera is out of range, turned off, or
unsuccessfully paired to the monitor. It also displays when the monitor is out of
range.
##You can install additional cameras (maximum of 4 cameras). When adding
cameras that were not included in the original box, you will need to pair the
cameras with the monitor. Refer to page 25.
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Wall Mount
The Indoor Camera mounting clip has two
slots that fit over screws to mount the unit on
the wall.
WALL
1. Mark the position of the screw holes on
the wall.
2. Drill holes and insert the anchors and
screws provided.
3. Be sure to leave room for the mounting to
fit over the screw heads.
4. Place the mounting over the installed screws and push it downwards, locking it
into place.
5. Adjust the camera as needed.
Suction Mount
1. Insert the suction base into the mounting
clip as shown.
2. Firmly press the camera with the suction
base attached onto glass or metallic
surfaces.
3. Adjust the camera as needed.
##“Suctions will not stick well on a curved/
textured or wet surface. Make sure the spot
is smooth and flat. Dry the spot completely
(use a lint-free cloth, if possible).
Clip Mount
Clip the Indoor Camera on ledges and
shelves.
1. Press the mounting clip as shown.
2. Place the unit over the mounting
surface and release.
3. Adjust the camera as needed.
Connect Power
1. Insert the AC adaptor power plug into the camera’s DC adaptor input jack.
2. Plug the other end into a 240 volt AC (standard indoor) power outlet or surge
protector. The charging LED turns on. If the battery is not fully charged, the LED
glows red. If it is fully charged, the LED glows green.
3. Press POWER. The green power LED turns on and the monitor now displays
camera video. If it doesn’t, try reconnecting the AC adaptor, making sure the
power outlet isn’t controlled by a wall switch.
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BASIC OPERATION
WIRELESS CAMERA
Left side
Front
Right side
NOTE: The RESET button
is on the back.
1
10
2
3
17
6
7 11
8
9
12
15
13
16
14
18
19
20
4
5
No Keys/Indicators
1
Camera Antenna
2
Temperature
sensor
3
Pair
Function
Sends and receives signals to and from the monitor
Detects temperature at camera side and displays it on
the monitor LCD
Pairs the camera to the monitor.
4
Mounting Clip
5
Suction Base
6
▲Vol
This fastener can attach the camera to shelves or
ledges.
Attach to mount the camera on glass or metallic
surfaces.
Increase speaker volume.
7
▼Vol
Decrease speaker volume.
8
Lullaby PLAY/
STOP
Press this button to play lullabies. See page 24 for
details.
9
Lullaby SKIP
Press to play next lullaby. See page 24 for details.
10
LED night light bars
11
IR LEDs
(Covered)
8
Infrared LEDs provide viewing in no/low light conditions.
12
Light Sensor
13
Camera Lens
14
Microphone
15
Speaker
Receives sounds for the area near the camera, and
transmits sound from the camera to the monitor.
Produces the sound transmitted from the monitor.
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POWER
Turns the camera ON or OFF.
17
NIGHT LIGHT
Press to turn the night light ON or OFF.
18
Charging LED
19
Power LED
20
DC 5V Power
Red = Charging
Green = Fully charged
Off = Camera and power adaptor are disconnected or
power adaptor is disconnected from power source.
Green = Camera is turned on.
Green (Blinking) = Battery is low.
Connects the DC 5V power adaptor to the camera.
Measures light intensity on the camera side.
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WIRELESS MONITOR
1
2
3
15
4
11
5
16
12
6
7
13
8
14
17
18
9
10
No Keys/Indicators
1
Monitor Antenna
2
LED light bar
3
POWER
4
2.3 inch LCD screen
5
▲Vol
6
ZOOM
7
LULLABY PLAY/
STOP
CH◄
8
10
NOTE: The RESET button is on
the back behind the kickstand.
Function
Sends and receives signals to and from the monitor.
The left LED indicates power and remaining LEDs
indicate sound.
Turns the camera on and off.
• Increase speaker volume.
• In Menus: Scroll up.
• In Lullaby: increase volume.
• In Zoom: Scroll up.
Displays the camera image in double size (see page
24).
Press this button to remotely play lullabies. See page
24 for details.
• In Menus: Scroll left.
• In Zoom: Scroll left.
• In Live view: Switch between available cameras.
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Microphone
10
▼Vol
11
MENU/OK
• Decrease speaker volume.
• In Menus: Scroll down.
• In Lullaby: decrease volume.
• In Zoom: Scroll down.
Select a menu option or accept a setting.
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TALK
Activate Intercom function (see page 25).
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BACK
In Menus: Back one level.
14
CH►
15
NIGHT LIGHT:
16
LULLABY SKIP:
17
Charge LED
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DC 5V Power:
• In Menus: Scroll right.
• In Zoom: Scroll right.
• In Live view: Switch between available cameras.
Remotely turn the camera night light ON or OFF.
##The monitor’s night light function is only available
when the camera is paired to the monitor.
Skips to the next lullaby in the series. See page 24 for
details.
RED = Charging
Green = Charging complete
If the monitor becomes unplugged from the
adaptor, this LED turns off.
Connects the DC 5V power adaptor to the monitor.
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LCD Display
1
2 3
4 5
6
CAM1 21°C
7
8
1
x2
2013.02.02
12:26:00
10
9
No Icon
1
What it indicates
Signal Indicator (displays in full screen mode only).
The number of bars in the signal indicator shows the
strength of the signal received from the camera.
One or no bars indicates the signal is poor, and 4
bars indicate a very strong signal.
Signal Strength
Strong
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Indicator
Warning
None
Good
None
Fair
Low
No Signal
None
None
Out of Range
2
3
CAM1
21°C
4
5
6
Camera Indicator. indicates which camera is
displaying. Press CH► or CH◄ on the monitor to
switch between available cameras. It will cycle in the
following order:
CH► : CAM1—CAM2—CAM3—CAM4—QUAD—
AUTO SCAN — CAM1
CH◄ : CAM1—Auto SCAN—QUAD—CAM4—
CAM3—CAM2—CAM1
Temperature indicator (displays in full screen mode
only). Displays the temperature on the camera side.
Night light indicator (displays in full screen mode
only). Displays when the night light is turned on. (See
page 24)
• Intercom (Talk). Displays in full screen mode only
when you press and hold TALK on the monitor
(see page 25).
Battery level. Indicates the amount of power left in the
icon displays when the battery is
battery. The
charging.
Volume indicator. Displays when ▲Vol or ▼Vol is
pressed on the monitor. If the volume is muted, X
displays.
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8
1
9
2013.02.02 12:26:00
10
x2
Lullaby. Displays in full screen mode only when a
lullaby is playing. The number indicates which melody
is playing (see page 24).
Date and Time (displays in full screen mode only).
Displays the time as set through the monitor.
Date: 2013.02.02 - year.month.day
Time: 12:26:00 - hour:minute:second
ZOOM indicator. If you press ZOOM, X2 displays
after the Lullaby indicator (item 8). The zoomed image
displays as the background image.
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USING THE BW30xx Series
Viewing Modes
Live view displays live images from the cameras in the following modes:
• Quad mode: Monitor displays video from all cameras on a single screen in 4
quadrants. Any channel that does not have a camera remains blank.
• Single mode: Monitor displays video from one camera at a time.
• Scan mode: Monitor displays video from one camera at a time, but cycles
through all cameras one by one.
Use CH► or CH◄ to cycle through these modes.
##Your system comes with a single camera; therefore, it only displays in Single
mode in Live view or a single quadrant in Quad view.
Common Operations
To...
Change between quad
view, single view, and
scan for Live view
Check the temperature
Turn on the night light
Set the date and time
Do...
Press CH► to cycle through the Live modes in the
following order:
CAM1—CAM2—CAM3—CAM4—QUAD—AUTO
Scan — CAM1
The temperature displays on the monitor screen
when the camera is in full screen mode. See page
19.
Press NIGHT LIGHT on the side of the camera
(page 24) or on the monitor (page 24). See page 24
for details.
See page 16.
Set the room temperature
range for the temperature
alert
Use the Lullaby function
See page 19.
Adjust BW30xx Series
volume
Use the Intercom
Press ▲Vol (increase volume) or ▼Vol (decrease
volume) on either the camera or the monitor.
1. Press and hold TALK on the monitor.
2. Speak into the microphone.
3. Release to hear reply.
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See page 24.
SYSTEM MENU DESCRIPTIONS
Press MENU/OK to access system menus. Use the navigating buttons to navigate
up (▲Vol), down (▼Vol ), left (CH◄), and right (CH►) in the menus, then press
MENU /OK to confirm a setting.
Use CH► or CH◄ to focus on the 5 different system menu selections on the
clothesline.
• System
• Power Save
• Camera
• VOX
• Alert
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SYSTEM
Move the focus to the System option and press MENU/OK to access the six System
options:
• Date/Time
• Brightness
• Factory Reset
• Language
• Temp. display unit
• Temp. alert range
Date & Time
This option allows you to set the system date and time.
The display format is Year.Month.Day. Hour:Minute
1. From the System menu, select Date/Time and press MENU/OK. The Date/Time
screen displays.
11 30 10 30
2. Press ▲Vol or ▼Vol to increase/decrease the number for that setting.
3. Press CH► or CH◄ to save the current setting and move to the next setting.
4. Press MENU/OK to save the completed date and time setting and return to the
main System options. Press the BACK button to step backwards one level until
you are out of the menu system.
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Brightness
This option allows you to adjust the brightness level for each camera. (Default = 3)
1. From the System menu, select Brightness and press MENU/OK. The Brightness
screen displays.
2. Press CH► or CH◄ to increase or decrease the brightness level (6 levels).
3. Press MENU/OK to save the setting and return to the main System options. The
new brightness level displays in the Live view.
Factory Reset
This option allows you to restore your system to factory settings. (Default = No)
1. From the System menu, select Factory Reset and press MENU/OK. The Factory
Reset screen displays.
2. Press ▲Vol or ▼Vol to select or cancel a reset to factory defaults.
3. Press MENU/OK to save the setting and return to the main System options.
##Camera pairing and Date/Time setting will NOT be affected by a reset. Cameras
will remain paired with the monitor.
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Language
This option allows you to select the system’s display language from English,
Español, or Français. (Default = English)
1. From the System menu, select Language and press MENU/OK. The Language
screen displays.
2. Press ▲Vol or ▼Vol to select a language.
3. Press MENU/OK to save the setting and return to the main System options.
Temperature Display Unit
This option allows you to set the temperature to display in Celsius (C) or Farenheit
(F). (Default = C)
1. From the System menu, select Temp. display unit and press MENU/OK. The
Temp. display unit screen displays.
2. Press ▲Vol or ▼Vol to select °C or °F.
3. Press MENU/OK to save the setting and return to the main System options.
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Temperature Alert Range
BW30xx Series measures the ambient room temperature where the camera
is. If the temperature falls outside of a preset range, the system alerts you (the
temperature indicated on the display screen turns red and starts to flash).
Temp. alert range lets you set that range.
[Default = Low Temperature: 16°C ; High Temperature; 25°C; Off]
1. From the System menu, select Temp. alert range and press MENU/OK. The
Temp. alert range screen displays.
2. Press CH► or CH◄ to select Low temperature or High temperature.
3. Press ▲Vol or ▼Vol to increase or decrease the temperature value.
4. After setting the temperature range, press CH► or CH◄ to select the On/Off
row.
5. Press CH► or CH◄ to toggle between On (Enable) or Off (disable). Either
button will work.
6. Press MENU/OK to save the settings and return to the main System options.
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ALERT
Temperatures out of range or a camera out of range triggers alerts. This option
allows you to set the alert volume. There are 6 levels available.
[Default = Zero (Mute)]
1. From the main menu selections, select Alert and press MENU/OK. The Alert
screen displays.
2. Press CH► or CH◄ to adjust the volume.
3. Press MENU/OK to save the selection and return to the main menu selections.
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VOX
This option allows you to set the sound sensitivity for the camera. (Default = High)
1. From the main menu selections, select VOX and press MENU/OK. The VOX
sensitivity screen displays.
2. Press ▲Vol or ▼Vol to select a level (High, Low, or Off).
3. Press MENU/OK to save the selection and return to the main menu selections.
POWER SAVE
Activating the Power Save feature turns off the LCD after two minutes of inactivity.
This option allows you to enable or disable this function. (Default = Off)
Voice Activation (VOX) will turn the LCD back on. Be sure that VOX is activated,
(see above). If VOX is deactivated, press any button on the monitor to turn the LCD
back on. Even with the LCD off, the LED light bar is still active
1. From the main menu selections, select Power Save and press MENU/OK. The
Power Save screen displays.
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2. Press ▲Vol or ▼Vol to toggle between turning the Power Save feature on or off.
3. Press MENU/OK to accept that setting and return to the main menu selections.
CAMERA
This option allows you to pair the monitor with cameras (up to 4 cameras supported)
or to turn on/off an individual camera. The cameras are still powered on but no
longer visible to the monitor.
1. From the main menu selections, select Camera and press MENU/OK.
2. The Camera screen displays. Two options display: Pair and On/Off.
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Pair
Pairing allows you to introduce additional cameras to the monitor. The monitor
can then recognize and display video from them. The camera that comes with this
system is already paired.
##Before pairing additional cameras, be sure they are powered and turned on.
See page 6.
1. Select Pair from the Camera screen. The camera selection screen displays.
PAIR
2. Press ▲Vol or ▼Vol to select the camera you want to pair, then press MENU/
OK. The monitor prompts you to press PAIR on the back of the camera within 30
seconds.
3. Press PAIR on the back of the camera within 30 seconds.
4. That camera’s video displays on the monitor when pairing is successful.
##Pair the cameras to the monitor before mounting them.
On/Off
This option allows you to turn individual cameras on/off so their video is not visible
through the monitor. (Default = Camera 1 - On; Cameras 2 - 4 - Off)
1. Select On / Off from the Camera options screen. The On / Off screen displays.
2. Press ▲Vol or ▼Vol to select a camera.
3. Press CH► or CH◄ to toggle between On and Off for that camera. Either button
will work.
4. Press ▲Vol or ▼Vol to select another camera.
5. Press MENU/OK to accept that setting and return to the Camera options screen.
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SPECIAL FEATURES
ZOOM
ZOOM displays the camera image in double size. Press ▲Vol, ▼Vol, CH►, or CH◄
to see the parts of the image not displayed on the LCD screen. Press ZOOM again
to return to normal view.
NIGHT LIGHT
You can control the BW30xx Series night light using the NIGHT LIGHT button on
the right side of either the monitor or the camera. However, if you want to control it
from the monitor, you must place that camera in full screen mode.
1. To turn the night light on from the monitor, place the night light camera in full
screen mode.
2. Press NIGHT LIGHT on the side of the monitor or the camera. The camera’s
night light turns on and a night light icon displays on the monitor.
3. Press NIGHT LIGHT again to turn it off.
LULLABIES
Your system comes with four preprogrammed lullabies. You can control the lullabies
from either the monitor or the camera. However, if you want to control them from the
monitor, the camera you want to play them through must be in full screen mode.
When you press LULLABY PLAY/STOP to turn on the lullaby feature, Lullaby #1
begins playing. It will repeat until you press LULLABY SKIP to move to the next
lullaby.
The Lullaby feature can also play all lullabies one after the other. Press LULLABY
PLAY/STOP to turn on the Lullaby system and begin playing Lullaby #1. Lullaby #1
repeats until you press a Lullaby button.
Press LULLABY SKIP four (4) times after Lullaby #1 begins playing. Lullabye #1
restarts and then cycles through the rest of the lullabies.
1. To control the lullabies from the monitor, decide which camera you want to play
lullabies and ensure that particular camera is displayed full screen live view
camera.
2. Press LULLABY PLAY/STOP on the monitor or camera. The system plays
Lullaby #1 then repeats it.
3. Press LULLABY SKIP to skip to Lullaby #2. The system plays Lullaby #2 then
repeats it.
4. Press LULLABY SKIP to skip to Lullaby #3. The system plays Lullaby #3 then
repeats it.
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5. Press LULLABY SKIP to skip to Lullaby #4. The system plays Lullaby #4 then
repeats it.
6. Press LULLABY SKIP to skip to Lullaby #1. The system plays Lullaby #1 then
cycles through all lullabies.
Press ▲Vol and ▼Vol on the monitor or camera to adjust the volume. Press ▼Vol
all the way down on the monitor to mute the lullaby playing through the monitor.
USING THE INTERCOM
The Intercom feature lets you talk to whomever is within camera range.
1. Decide which camera you want to establish an intercom link with, and make it the
full screen live view camera.
2. Press and hold TALK the monitor.
3. Speak clearly into the microphone.
4. Release TALK to listen to the response.
CAMERA PAIRING
The system comes with one camera that has already been paired. It will
communicate with the monitor when it is powered on.
The pairing function lets you add up to 3 additional cameras to your system. It also
lets you re-pair your first camera if needed.
##Pair the cameras to the monitor before mounting the cameras.
1. Verify that the monitor is powered on (see page 6).
2. Install and power on the accessory cameras according to the procedures
beginning on page 6.
3. Pair the accessory cameras according to the procedures on page 23.
4. Once the camera has been paired, it will be immediately viewable on the monitor.
MAINTAINING YOUR SYSTEM
MONITOR
As you use your monitor, keep the screen clean by wiping it with a microfiber cloth
to remove fingerprints, dust, etc.
CAMERA
When dust and grime builds up on the camera lens and glass, it affects the
camera’s “vision.” Use a microfiber cloth to regularly clean the camera(s) or when
night vision video is cloudy or unclear.
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SOLVING PROBLEMS
If...
There is no picture from
the camera
The picture is dropping
There are audio problems
The picture has become
choppy
The monitor picture has
frozen
There is an irregular
beeping coming from the
monitor
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Try...
• checking all connections to the camera. Make
sure the adaptor is plugged in.
• making sure that the cameras and monitor are
both ON.
• making sure that the camera is in range of the
monitor.
• moving the camera closer to the monitor.
• repositioning the camera, monitor or both to
improve the reception.
• adjusting the monitor and camera antennas to
vertical position.
• making sure that there is sound within range of the
camera microphone.
• moving the camera or monitor farther apart if the
unit emits a loud screeching noise (feedback).
The picture may become choppy when experiencing
a lower frame rate. Try:
• moving the camera closer to the monitor.
• removing obstructions between the monitor and
camera.
• adjusting the monitor and camera antennas to
vertical position.
Use 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 again.
That is the Alert tone. Go to the Alert screen to turn
the alert volume down or off (see page 20).
SPECIFICATION
GENERAL
Operating Frequency Range
TX Power
RX Sensitivity
Camera
Monitor
2.400 ~ 2.4835GHz
15dBm
NA
NA
–81dBm
Type of Spread Spectrum Used
Type of Modulation Used
FHSS
GFSK
Communication Range
150ms Line of Sight
CAMERA
Image Sensor Type
Manufacturer/ Model # 1/6.5” Color CMOS Image sensor
Effective Pixel
Image Processing
• 640 x 480
• MJPEG
Lens
• 3.0mm / F2.8
Exposure
• Auto
White Balance
Auto
Power Requirement
5.0VDC +/–5%
Power Consumption
Operating Temperature Range
150mA Max (IR OFF)
730mA Max (IR ON)
440mA Max (Charging)
–10°C ~ 40°C (14°F ~ 104°F)
Operating Humidity Range
Within 80% Relative Humidity
RoHS Compliance
Yes
Housing Material
Plastic
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MONITOR
Display Size/Type
Resolution
2.3” TFT LCD
320 x 240
Power Requirement
5.0VDC +/–5%
Power Consumption
Operating Temperature Range
• 260mA Max (Normal)
• 740mA Max (Charging)
–10°C ~ 40°C (14°F ~ 104°F)
Operating Humidity Range
Within 85% Relative Humidity
RoHS Compliance
Yes
Battery Life
4.5 hours
Housing Material
Plastic
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ONE-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
BW30xx Series
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 may be.
Terms of Warranty
Uniden Aust/NZ warrants to the original retail purchaser only that the BW30xx
Series (“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 not manufactured by
Uniden.
Parts Covered
This warranty covers the Product and included accessories.
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.
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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
Service Division
345 Princes Highway,
Rockdale, NSW 2216
Phone number: 1300 366 895
Email address: custservice@uniden.com.au
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UNIDEN NEW ZEALAND LTD
Service Division
150 Harris Road, East Tamaki
Auckland 2013
Phone number: (09) 273 8377
Email address: service@uniden.co.nz
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©2013 Uniden Australia Pty Ltd/Uniden New Zealand Limited
Printed in PRC
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