SecurityMan DigiLCDDVR Series User`s manual

Digital Wireless Outdoor Camera
DigioutLCD User’s Manual
Digital Wireless Security System
7” LCD/SD Recorder & One Digital Wireless Outdoor Camera with Night
Vision and Audio
© Copyright 2014
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FCC Information
FCC Information (Wireless Version)
Notes on FCC’s “Consistent Statement of Information” This product meet the
requirements specified in Part 15 of FCC Regulation. Operation rests with the
following two conditions:
(1) The equipment should not cause any harmful interference.
(2) The equipment must receive and process any interference, including any
possible interference caused by operation mistakes.
After testing the product, we confirm that the camera complies with the provision
for class C digital equipment in the 15th part in FCC regulations; and the receiver
complies with the limitations for class B digital equipment in Part 15 of FCC
regulation. The product generates, applies and emits radio waves. It might cause
harmful interferences to wireless communication if not be installed and used
following the description of the manual.
The product may cause interference in residential area, and the customer should
take remedies to eliminate the interference on their own costs.
If the product causes any harmful interference to wireless equipment or disturbs the
receiving of TV signals (it can be identified by turning on and off the product), you
can solve the trouble by following methods:
• Readjust the product or put it in another place.
• Extend the distance between the equipment interfered and the product.
• Refer to dealers or experienced radio electrician for help.
Warranty
SecurityMan Inc warrants that this product will be free from defects in title,
materials and manufacturing workmanship for one year or otherwise specified on
the product packaging. This limited warranty shall commence from the date of
purchase. SecurityMan products warranty is not transferable and is limited to the
original purchaser. If the product is found to be defective then, as your sole remedy
and as the manufacturer’s only obligation, SecurityMan will repair or replace the
product. This warranty shall not apply to products that have been subjected to
abuse, misuse, abnormal electrical or environmental conditions, normal wear and
tear, or any condition other than what can be considered normal use.
Warranty Disclaimers
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regarding this product, and specifically disclaims any warranty for merchantability
or fitness for a particular purpose. The exclusion of implied warranties is not
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that you have which vary from state to state.
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to a refund of the purchase price. In no event shall SecurityMan be liable for costs
of procurement of substitute products or services, or for any lost profits, or for any
consequential, incidental, direct or indirect damages, however caused and on any
theory of liability, arising from this warranty and sale. These limitations shall apply
not withstanding any failure of essential purpose of any limited remedy.
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Table of Contents
Introduction
Important
Restrictions
Package Contents
Features
Product Basics
Camera (SM-804DT)
LCDDVR/Receiver (SM-371DR)
Quick Start
On-Screen Display
Single Channel Full Screen Display
Quad Screen Display
Playback Screen Display
Operation
Snap Shot button
Record button
Camera button
Quad Screen button
Menu button
Exit button
Volume Control (up/down/left/right buttons)
Menu Setup
Settings
Brightness
Motion Detection
Sensitivity
Motion Detection Action
Motion Detection Alert
Date and Time
TV Standard
Language
System Information
Playback/SD Card
Play Folder
Videos
Photos
PC Playback
SD Unmount
SD Format
Camera
Auto Scan
Add/Remove Camera
Adding Cameras
Removing Cameras
Refresh Rate
Exit
Specifications
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Introduction
Thank you for choosing our DigioutLCD. The DigioutLCD is a complete “Do it
yourself” (DIY) digital wireless security system. The DigioutLCD comes with one
weatherproof digital wireless camera and a 7” LCD/SD DVR combo. Compared
to full version digital video recording (DVR) systems, the DigioutLCD is much less
complicated to operate, much more affordable and can be installed in minutes.
Simply insert a SD card (not included) into the LCD monitor, position and mount the
camera, plug in all the power adapters and you are ready to record. In comparison
to the traditional analog wireless technology, digital wireless provides three key
features: Increased range of transmission, secure signal, and interference-free
from crowded analog wireless devices (such as wireless routers, Bluetooth devices,
cordless phones, microwaves, and cell phones.
Important
The user manual provides important information in instructing to properly use the
product and to avoid possible injuries and damages. Customers are entitled to have
read through this completed before using DigioutLCD. Please ensure to have a
complete understanding of the following restrictions and symbols.
Restrictions
Means that if not operated to the manual, it might cause death or serious
damages
Means that if not avoided timely, slight wounding or property loss might occur
Messages you need to pay attention to
Messages you should know
Means that you should not do
• DO NOT place this product too close to medical equipments.
1. Radio waves might potentiallycause breakdown of medical electrical equipments
and thus cause incidents.
2. Pleace the product at least 22cm from the heart pacemaker. Radio wave
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poetntially influences heart pacemaker and thus leads to respiratory disturbance.
• DO NOT use this product to monitor equipments or activities that are relevant to
one’s privacy. Monitoring one’s private activities without consent is illegal and this
product is not designed and manufactured for these purposes.
1. Monitoring of equipments or activities concerned directly to people’s privacy.
2. Monitoring related to people’s antiques or rare articles. For it Is not designed
and manufactured for these purposes.
• DO NOT use this product to carry out any illegal activities. SecurityMan shall not
be responsible for any consequences of illegal conducts made by users.
• DO NOT put the plastic package bags in reach of children or babies. It might cause
asphyxia if children or babies put the bags into their mouths.
• DO NOT plug the AC adapter into the outlet in improper situations. Plugging AC
adapter by wet hand might cause electric shock. Plugging AC adapter unsteadily
might cause fire or electric shock.
• DO NOT cover the AC adapter when it is connected to power socket, or place the
adapter near heaters, or on the floor with built-in heaters. The above mentioned
operation might cause fire or incidents.
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• DO NOT use it aboard airplane; please abide by the airway’s provision. It might
influence communication and the flying apparatus if departing from airway’s
regulation. This will result in accident, sever physical injuries, and possible death.
• DO NOT put the camera in wet places where water might splash or where
rainwater and mist might erode(except weather-proof)
• DO NOT disassemble or repair the camera, receiver, or other relevant peripheral
equipments by yourself. Improper disassembly might cause damages to the
product or the peripheral equipment.
• DO NOT put the camera in quaky places. The camera may be unstable or out of
operation if installed improperly. Such installation may also cause breakdown.
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• DO NOT use the receiver on the surface of thermo labile material. Please embed
thermal insulating material when using on the surface of the thermo labile.
• DO NOT place or use the AC adapter on temperature sensitive materials. The
above practice might cause the plastic distortion, fading or sticking on the surface.
• DO NOT touch, shake or hold the antenna. It might influence the receiving of
electromagnetic wave, and thereby influence the receiving effect.
• DO NOT use the camera in complex environment. The obstruction of stumbling
block will affect the electromagnetic wave and influence the receiving range. Wall,
tree, and other stumbling block might absorb, reflect the electromagnetic wave, and
influence the receiving range.
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• DO NOT use the camera in the places which are covered with metal. The around
metal, such as elevator and cabin, might shield the electromagnetic wave, and result
in inability to received signals.
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Package Contents
1x Camera
(visor/bracket)
Mounting Screws
1x Monitor
(SM-371DR)
User’s Manual
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2 x AC/DC Adapters
Camera: 12VDC/ 1.5A
Monitor: 12VDC/ 1.0A
Features
• Do-it-yourself (D.I.Y) easy to setup and use 2.4GHz digital wireless recording
system
• Space saving 7” LCD monitor with an Integrated SD digital video recorder (SD card
not included)
• Simple installation. No video cables required.
• Night vision up to 120ft (B/W)
• Weatherproof (IP44) CMOS color camera for indoor and outdoor applications
• Increased range of transmission up to 200ft between walls and up to 490ft in clear
line of sight
• No Wi-Fi interference; no interference from crowded analog
900MHz/2.4GHz/5.8GHz/6.0GHz devices
• Secure signal: neighbors cannot pick up the signal or listen in
• Built-in microphone for audible recording up to 30ft away
• Motion detection and manual recording with optional video or picture selection
• Auto overwrite function when SD is full
• Records 15-second video clips per motion detect in MP4 format with time and date
stamp
• Records up to 65 hours in single full screen of an active camera or 130 hours for
both active cameras in Quad mode using a 32GB SD card.
• RCA audio/video output interfaces from receiver to monitor for display
• Upgradable by adding up to 4 total digital wireless (SM-804DT/SM-816DT)
• Records 1 channel or all 4 channels at the same time (in Quad mode)
• Single channel full screen, auto sequential rotation or Quad view display
• Playback directly from the receiver or PC via SD card reader with any MP4 player
software
• Infrared filtered camera for best vibrant color picture
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Product Basics
Camera (SM-804DT)
Sun Visor
IR
Light Sensor
Camera
Digital Wireless Outdoor Camera
Antenna
Pairing button
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LCDDVR/Receiver (SM-371DR)
LCD Stand (fold-in)
Antenna
ON/OFF Switch
7” LCD
SD Card Slot
AV Out
DC IN 12V
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Quick Start
1. Fasten the antennas to the cameras, and mount the cameras in the
desired location. Then connect the power adapters to the cameras.
The power adapters for the cameras are 12VDC/ 1.5A
CAUTION: To prevent electric shock or
damages to the cameras, please make
sure to properly insolate the camera’s
power connections if being used as an
outdoor application.
Digital Wireless Outdoor Camera
NOTE: Before mounting the cameras,
please do a quick reception quality
test before mounting the cameras.
2. Plug in the LCDDVR power adapter (12VDC, 1.0A) from a power outlet
to DC IN of LCDDVR monitor/receiver. Then insert an SD card (face
up) into the SD card slot as illustrated below. The SD slot is located on
the left hand side of the LCDDVR. Next, turn LCDDVR on by moving
the power switch to the ON position; the power switch is located on
the right side of the LCDDVR.
NOTE: Make sure to format the SD card prior to starting the recording
process. To format please follow the formatting sections of this manual.
SD
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3. You will see a brief start up screen followed by a live image and be able
to hear audio from the camera’s microphone as show below. Press the
Snap Shot button or the Record button to initiate manual recording.
On-Screen Display
Single Channel Full Screen Display
Snap Shot
Video Record
Signal Strength
Date and Time
No SD Card
SD Card Initializing
Camera
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Date and Time
The Date and Time is displayed in the following format:
Year/Month/Date Day HR:Min
Note: Please refer to System Settings in the user’s manual for information
on how to change the time and date.
Snap Shot
A small camera icon will appear at the top of the screen during manual or
motion detected Snap Shot recording.
Record
The red • (REC) icon and recording duration time will appear at the top
of the screen during manual or motion detected video recording.
Signal Strength
The signal bars on the live view display indicates the signal strength
between the camera and the receiver.
[0~1 bars = weak/no reception; 5 bars = strong reception]
Camera
The camera number corresponds to the camera that is being monitored
or recorded. You can toggle between cameras by simply pressing the
Camera button on the LCDDVR.
Note: By default the user will not be able to toggle to any channel that
does not have a camera allocated to it.
No SD Card
A “No SD card” notification will be displayed whenever the user attempts
to start recording without a SD card inserted into the LCDDVR.
SD card initializing
A “SD card initializing” notification will be displayed whenever a SD card
is inserted into the DVR for the first time.
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Quad Screen Display
Black Screen
Camera
Camera
In “Quad Screen”, the camera numbers located in the center of the screen
corresponds to each of the 4 channels available on the LCDDVR. You can
toggle between cameras by simply pressing the Camera button on the
LCDDVR until the desired camera number is highlighted.
Black Screen
A black screen represents a channel with no camera paired to the
LCDDVR. By default you will not be able to toggle to any channel that
does not have a camera allocated to it.
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Playback Screen Display
Loop
Video Duration/Length
Play
Image Number
File Name
File Name
The File Name identifies the current video/picture being played. The File
Name is also the starting time of the video, in the format of HH-MM-SS.
The number after the last dash represents the camera channel number of
the recorded file being played.
NOTE: LCDDVR records video in mp4 format, and records picture in jpg format.
Play
The green Play icon will only be displayed during video playback, and will
change to a Loop icon when applicable. The green Play and the Loop icon
will not be displayed when you playback pictures.
Loop
The green Loop icon indicates that the auto playback (video files) or the
3 second auto scan(picture files) has been activated.
TIP: The feature can easily be activated and deactivated by pressing the
Record button on the LCDDVR during video playback.
Video Duration/Length
The Video Duration/Length displays the video length and the current
position in the video being played back.
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Image Number
The image number is only viewable during photo playback and represents the
total amount of files in the current folder and the current file being viewed.
Operation
Antenna
7” LCD
OK
Direction Key
Snap Shot button
The Snap Shot button gives you the ability to take an instant manual
photo (jpeg) of activities showed on the LCD screen and are automatically
stored on the SD card.
Record button
The Manual Record button offers continuous recording. Each file length
is 15 minutes and can be utilized in two different methods: Single Channel
Full Screen Display and Quad Screen Display.
• In Quad Screen Display you can press the Camera button on the LCDDVR
to toggle through all four cameras and then press the Record button to
start recording when the desired camera is highlighted. To record all
four channels, simply repeat by highlighting through all four cameras
one at a time and then press the Record button each time through.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Exiting from Quad view to single channel full
screen (while recording) will halt all recording for all cameras except for
the live camera being displayed.
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• In Single Channel Full Screen Display you can use the Camera button
on the LCDDVR to toggle through all four cameras in single channel full
screen display and then press the Record button to start recording when
the desired camera is being displayed on the screen.
NOTE: Recording in single camera independently will lock the LCDDVR
to that channel preventing it from being able to toggle to any other
available cameras.
Camera button
The Camera button is used to toggle back and forth between each
camera in full screen display. In Quad mode, press the Camera button
to start and stop recording by highlighting the camera and pressing the
Record button.
Quad Screen button
Pressing the Quad Screen button will toggle between single channel full
screen display and a split screen of all the cameras on your system.
Menu button
Press the Menu button to access the LCDDVR setup menu. The Menu
consists of system Settings, Playback/SD Card, Camera, and Exit. See
detail Menu Setup operation below.
Exit button
Press the Exit button at any time to exit out of the menu. The Exit button
plays no role in live display screen.
UP, DOWN, LEFT, RIGHT buttons
Use the Up (increase) and Down (decrease) buttons on the LDCCVR at
any time during live view to adjust the volume level. TheLEFT and RIGHT
buttons plays no role in live display screen.
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Menu Setup
Press the Menu button on the DVR/Receiver at any time to enter the
Main Menu Setup window as shown below. Then use the UP, DOWN,
LEFT, and RIGHT buttons to toggle through the menu options, press
the OK button to select, save the changes, and press the EXIT button to
exit from the selected menu screen.
NOTE: The system will automatically exit from the menu options if
inactive for 20 seconds.
Settings
From the menu screen select system Settings as illustrated below. The
system Settings consists of Brightness, Motion Detection, Date and
Time, TV Standard, Language, and System Information.
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• Brightness
To adjust the brightness level of the DVR/Receiver, simply highlight and
press OK on the Brightness option in the system settings. Use the UP,
DOWN, LEFT, and RIGHT buttons to make your adjustments and press
the OK button to save your changes.
• Motion Detection
To access and modify the Motion Detection settings, simply highlight
and press OK on the Motion Detection option in the system settings to
open up the motion detection submenu which consists of Sensitivity,
Motion Detection Actions, and Motion Detection Alert.
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• • Sensitivity
In the Motion Detection submenu, highlight and press OK on
Sensitivity to adjust the sensitivity option for the motion detection
recording feature. Options include: Never (off), Low (17’), Medium
(25’), and High (30’).
NOTE: Multi –channel motion detection recording only works in
“Quad” view. The LCDDVR will NOT record if camera 1 is being viewed
as a single camera and motion is detected on camera 2
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• • Motion Detection Actions
In the Motion Detection submenu, highlight and press OK on Motion
Detection Actions to set the desired action to be taken whenever
motion is detected. Options include: Video Recording (AVI video)
and Take Pictures (JPEG snapshot).
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• • Motion Detection Alert
In the Motion Detection submenu, highlight and press OK on Motion
Detection Alert to enable or disable the audible alert notification
that can be heard whenever motion is detected. Options include: ON
and Off.
• Date and Time
It is highly recommended to set the date and time on the system prior
to recording. To do this simply highlight and press OK on the Date and
Time option. Use the UP, DOWN, LEFT, and RIGHT buttons to make
your adjustments and press the OK button to save your changes.
NOTE: The system uses a 24hr clock and does not automatically update
for daylight saving time.
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• TV Standard
To change the TV Standard on your LCDDVR, simply highlight and
press OK on the TV Standard option. Use the UP, DOWN, LEFT, and
RIGHT buttons to make your selection and press the OK button to save
your changes. Options include: NTSC (Default, North America) and PAL
(UK/Europe).
NOTE: Please check your country TV Standard for proper setup.
• Language
To change the system language, highlight and press OK on the
Language option. Use the UP, DOWN, LEFT, and RIGHT buttons to
make your selection and press the OK button to save your changes.
Options include English, French, and Spanish
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• System Information
The System Information option displays important information about
your LCDDVR such as: System ID, Firmware, Total Size, and Free
Space available on your SD card. To view this information simply
highlight and press OK on the System Information option.
Playback/SD Card
The Playback/SD Card menu consists of 3 options: the Play Folder
(used to view and playback recorded files), SD Unmount (used prior
to ejecting the SD card from the DVR to ensure a safe removal), and
SD Format (formats the SD card to be used with your DVR). To access
these options simply highlight and press the OK button on the Playback
option as illustrated below.
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• Play Folder (Playback from Recorder)
The Play Folder is used to view and playback recorded events stored
on your SD Card and consist of 2 subfolders labeled Movies and
Photos. To playback or view the recorded files stored on your SD card
simply highlight and press OK on the Play Folder option to access the
subfolders.
• • Videos
All recorded video events are stored in the Videos folder which also
consists of subfolders that are automatically created according to
the date that the recorded events were recorded on. For example,
all files recorded on March 7th 2012 will be stored in the folder
labeled 03-07-2012 as shown below. To access these subfolders
simply highlight and press the OK button on the Videos folder.
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Once inside, you can use the Up and Down buttons to highlight the
dated folder that you would like to review and press the OK button
to view its recorded events. At this point you can now highlight and
select the recorded video file that you would like to playback by
pressing the OK button on the selected file. During playback, you
can skip to the previous or next recorded event by using the LEFT
and RIGHT buttons and also control the volume level by using the
Up and Down buttons. You can also enable the auto play feature
(plays all events in the current folder in the order that they were
recorded) by pressing the REC button on the LCDDVR, or you can
press the OK button at any time to return back to the video folder
event list to manually select the next video to be played.
NOTE: File naming convention: hr-min-sec-Camera #.mp4
• • Photos
All photo snap shots are stored in the Photos folder which also
consists of subfolders that are automatically created according to
the date that the photos were taken. For example, the photos taken
on March 07th, 2012 will be stored in the folder labeled 03-07-2012
as shown below. To access this subfolder simply highlight and press
the OK button on the Photos folder.
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Once inside, you can use the Up and Down buttons to highlight the
dated folder that you would like to review and press the OK button
to view its recorded events. At this point you can now highlight
and select the photo that you would like to view. While viewing an
image you can use the LEFT and RIGHT buttons to skip or go back
to the next/previous file.
TIP: Once you have selected an image to view, you can press the
REC button on the LCDDVR to enable/disable a 3 second auto loop
feature.
NOTE: File naming convention: hr-min-sec-Camera #.jpg
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• PC Playback
Since DigiLCDDVR stores recorded data into an SD memory card,
playback recorded files can be played back on the DigiLCDDVR
system or the SD card can be ejected from the DigiLCDDVR and
plug into a media card reader on a PC to read, playback, delete,
and backup files(s). The video files are saved in Videos folder; the
picture files are saved in Photos folder. Video files can be played with
Windows Media Player or any MPEG4 player software, and picture
files can be viewed with Windows Photo Viewer or any JPEG viewer.
Both video files and picture files can be deleted or backup using the
copy/paste command.
NOTE: DigiLCDDVR does not include software. When removing the
SD card to playback or backup on a PC, please make sure the PC
contains all the necessary updates and software.
• SD Unmount
SD Unmount is an important feature that should always be used prior
to ejecting the SD card from the LCDDVR to ensure a safe removal.
To utilize this feature simply highlight the SD Unmount option and
press the OK button. Next use the LEFT and RIGHT buttons to make
your selection and the OK button to confirm.
NOTE: The LCDDVR will have to be restarted before you can re-insert
an un-mounted SD card.
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• SD Format
SD Format is an important feature that should always be used
whenever a NEW SD card card is being used prior to recording to
ensure proper compatibility format between the LCDDVR
and the card. To utilize this feature simply highlight the SD Format
option and press the OK button. Next use the LEFT and RIGHT
buttons to make your selection, and the OK button to confirm.
NOTE: The SD Format option will erase everything on the SD card.
Camera
Camera options consist of 3 settings: Auto Scan, Add/Remove Camera
(used to add or remove digital wireless camera from DigiLCDDVR),and
Refresh Rate. To access these options simply highlight and press the
OK button on the Camera option as illustrated below.
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• Auto Scan
Auto Scan is used to set up an automatic camera rotation period
between cameras 1-4. Simply highlight and press OK on Auto Scan.
Use the Up and Down buttons to make your selection and press the
OK button to save your changes. Options include: Never (default), 5
seconds, 10 seconds, 15 seconds, and 20 seconds.
NOTE: You can manually toggle between cameras 1-4 by pressing
the Camera button on the LCDDVR. During “single channel live
view”, the LCDDVR will not toggle if the user is utilizing the manual
recording feature and will only record the current camera being
displayed during motion detection recording.
• Add/Remove Camera
The Add/Remove Camera option is used to add/remove cameras
to or from LCDDVR. Camera 1-4 shown in the image below
represent all the channels available on your system (a LOCK symbol
represents a camera that is already registered to that channel and
an UNLOCK symbol represents an available channel that is free). To
access these options simply highlight and push the OK button on
the Add/Remove Camera option.
NOTE: By default the camera(s) that come with your DigiLCDDVR
kit will be added in sequence from Camera 1-4.
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• • Adding Cameras
To add a camera to your system simply highlight any of the
available cameras/channels (unlocked) and press the OK button
on the LCDDVR. Once selected, a confirmation screen will pop up
asking you to confirm (YES) or cancel (NO) your selection, use
the LEFT and RIGHT buttons to make your selection and press
the OK button to confirm. During the registration process a pop
up window showing “Add/Remove Camera” will be displayed for
approximately 10 seconds.
NOTE: When adding a camera, press the OK button on the
LCDDVR to confirm the adding camera selection and then
immediately press the “Pairing” button located on the back of the
camera 3 consecutive times (press, release, press, release, and
press and release). There is a 10 second grace period for adding
cameras, if pairing is unsuccessful before the 10 second grace
period has expired, then a pop up displaying “operation failed”
will appear. Pairing must be done within 20 ft from the LCDDVR.
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• • Removing Cameras
To remove a camera from your system, simply highlight the selected
camera to be removed and press the OK button on the receiver.
Once selected, a confirmation screen will pop up asking you to
confirm (YES) or cancel (NO) your selection, use the LEFT and
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RIGHT buttons to make your selection and press the OK button to
confirm the removal.
• Refresh Rate
Refresh Rate is a video filter that reduces flickering effects in the
interlaced video and eliminates flash caused by fluorescent lights. Use
the Up, Down, LEFT and RIGHT buttons to make your selection and
press the OK button to save your changes. Options include 50Hz
or 60Hz.
Exit
The monitor icon shown below is only used to exit from the main menu.
Use the Up, Down, LEFT and RIGHT buttons to scroll over to monitor icon
and press the OK button to exit back to the live view screen.
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Specifications
SM-804DT
(camera)
SM-371DR
(LCD
monitor/
receiver)
Image Sensor
Resolution
Viewing Angle
Lens
IR-CUT
Audio
Minimum Illumination
IR LED Night Vision Range
Weatherproof Rating
Antenna
Consumption Current
Mounting Bracket
Power LED Indicator
Power Supply
Dimensions (LxWxH)
Pairing Button
Display Modes
CH Switch Intervals
Frame Rate
Recording Resolutions
Recording Modes
Recording Format
Motion Detect Video
Clip/Size
SD Slot
Control Buttons
Wireless
(general)
LED Indicators
Power On/Off
AV Out
Antenna
Power In
Power Supply
Consumption Current
Dimensions (LxWxH)
Frequency
Transmission Distance
Operating Temperature
Operating Humidity
1/3” CMOS Color
640 x 480 pixels (NTSC/PAL selectable)
20 degree
12mm
Yes
Microphone built-in (audio monitoring up to 30ft)
2 Lux (IR off); 0 Lux (IR on)
Up to 120ft (B/W)
IP44
1 x Angle adjustable antenna
500mA
Angle adjustable
1
DC 12V/1.5A
7.5” x 4.0” x 3.5” (camera body w/ visor only)
1
Single (auto switchable for multi cameras) or Quad (no audio)
Selectable from Never/5/10/15/20 seconds (for single mode)
25fps in single mode or 15fps/camera in quad mode
512x384 for single mode
320x240 for Quad mode
Motion detection/Manual
MPEG4 (video)
JPEG (photo)
15 seconds per clip; 2MB/clip in single; 500K/clip in quad
mode for an active camera
1 SD slot, supports up to 32GB (not included), class 4 or
above
Snap Shot, Record, Camera, Quad Screen, Quad, Menu, Exit,
OK, and Up/Down/Left/Right Keys
Power and Motion Detection
1 x Power switch
1 x AV output
1 (push up for better reception)
1 x DC in power jack
DC 12V/1.0A
500mA
7.0” x 6.0” x 1.0”
ISM 2400 – 2483.5 MHz (CH1/CH2/CH3/CH4)
Up to 490 ft (150m) clear line of sight; up to 200ft (indoor)
-10°C ~ 50°C /14°F ~ 122°F
≤ 85% RH
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