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TABLE OF CONTENTS
A - safety instructions05
1- operating precautions05
2- maintenance and cleaning05
3- recycling
B -product description
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1-contents of the kit06
2-camera06
3-mains adapter06
C -installation
1-installing the camera
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2 - connecting the camera07
3 - FOCUSSING THE IMAGE08
D -configuration
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1-access to camera configuration09
2-access to all the settings09
2.1-Live video
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2.2-Settings
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2.3-Example: programming an email alert to be sent
when motion is detected
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E -Using the product ON A SMARTPHONE
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F - USING THE PRODUCT ON A COMPUTER VIA THE
THOMVIEW SOFTWARE
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G - USING THE PRODUCT WITH A THOMSON
NETWORK VIDEO RECORDER
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H - USING THE PRODUCT WITH A THOMBOX
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1 - Automatic configuration14
2 -Manual configuration
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I - RESET
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J - FAQ
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K - technical and legal information
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1-general characteristics
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2-warranty
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3-help and advice19
4-product returns/after-sales service19
5-EC declaration of conformity19
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A - SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1 - OPERATING PRECAUTIONS
• The cameras must not be installed where the
lens filter may be vulnerable to scratching and
dirt.
• The camera is not designed for outside
installation and should not be installed in
locations that are subject to extremes of
humidity or temperature.
• Do not expose the lens to direct sunlight or
any reflected light source.
• Do not daisy-chain extension cords and/or
multi-socket adapters.
• Do not install near acidic chemicals, ammonia
or sources of toxic gasses.
• Do not unscrew the lens completely.
• Do not move the camera's motors by hand.
• The installation and use of the camera must
comply with local laws.
3 - RECYCLING
This logo denotes that devices which are
no longer in use must not be disposed
of as household waste as they are likely
to contain hazardous substances which
are dangerous to both health and the
environment. Return the equipment to your local
distributor or use the recycling collection service
provided by your local council.
2 - MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING
• Always unplug the product from the mains
before carrying out any maintenance.
• Never use abrasive or corrosive substances
to clean the products.
• Use a soft, slightly damp cloth.
• Never use an aerosol to spray the product as
this may damage the internal workings.
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B - PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
1 - contents OF THE KIT
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Screws for attaching the base
RJ45 cable for wired connection to the network
CD-ROM containing the ThomView software
2 - camera
Front view
Viewed from underneath
Rear view
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Brightness sensor
Lens
Focussing ring
Infrared light for night vision
Microphone
5VDC 2A mains adaptor power supply included in the kit
System on indicator lights
Ethernet socket for connecting to the wired network
Micro SD card slot
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Base for included WiFi antenna
WPS button for quick connection to a WiFi network
Audio jack for connecting external loudspeakers
Audio jack for connecting an external microphone
QRCode to scan with the ThomView app for remote control by smartphone
Screw thread for mounting supplied base
Reset button
3 - mains adapter
A 230VAC 50Hz / 5VDC 2000mA mains adapter for powering the camera is included in the kit. Do not use
other power supplies as they could damage the camera and invalidate the warranty.
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C - installation
1 - INSTALLING THE CAMERA
• Mount the camera using suitable screws and wall plugs for the type of surface (the screws and plugs
supplied are suitable for solid walls).
• Make sure the camera is properly secured to prevent it from falling.
2 - CONNECTING THE CAMERA
• You can use the WPS button on the back of your camera to quickly connect to your WiFi network. Please
refer to your modem/router/box user guide to find out whether you have the WPS feature and if so, how
to use it.
camera
Modem/router
connected to
the internet
WPS
Micro SD
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Mains adapter
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C - installation
If your camera is not equipped with the WPS feature or you do not want to use it, you will have to use a
wired connection for setup, even if you subsequently intend to use a WiFi connection.
camera
Modem/router
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the internet
Mains adapter
Micro SD
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IMPORTANT: Do not connect your camera to your computer. This will not provide it with access to the
internet.
In most cases, the camera is immediately detected by the modem/router, which grants it access to the
Internet. After a few seconds, the camera motors should respond and the network activity LED at the back
of the camera should flash.
Micro SD
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3 - FOCUSSING THE IMAGE
• Once you have set up the device, you can adjust the focus of the image if it is lacking sharpness.
Gently rotate the lens to adjust the focus.
WARNING: Do not force the lens or unscrew it completely and do not move the motors by hand!
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D - configuration
1 - ACCESS TO CAMERA CONFIGURATION
• Insert the installation CD provided into a reader
and run the IP Camera Search Tool program:
When you have finished changing the username and
password, you will be asked to log back in.
2 - ACCESS TO ALL THE SETTINGS
2.1 -Live video
This will detect your camera on the network and
show its IP address.
• Double-click on its name to open the camera
configuration in your web browser.
• Your browser will need an additional module to
display the image from your camera correctly
and will ask you if you want to install it. Accept
the request to allow your browser to display the
image:
Once you have logged in with your new username
and password, the camera feed will be displayed:
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Note: Depending on which browser you are using,
the procedure may differ but the principle remains
the same: you must permanently allow the module
to run if you want your camera to work properly in
your browser.
• Select the display language, then enter the
username and password for connecting to
your camera. The default username is admin
and the password is left blank, so you should
leave the field empty. At the first connection,
the camera will immediately ask you to replace
the default username and password to improve
security:
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If you are using a microSD card (not included) inserted into the camera to store images or snapshots, you can access these here
Access to camera configuration tab
Anti-flicker: If the image lighting is artificial, select 50Hz. If the light source is natural, select outdoor.
Quick quality and frame rate selection
Horizontal image inversion
Vertical image inversion
Camera motor control
Contrast, brightness, colour and night vision infrared illumination settings
Activate computer microphone if present: lets you speak through the camera's loudspeaker
Activate the camera microphone: used for listening to sounds picked up by the camera
Take a snapshot of the camera image on your computer
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D - configuration
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Take a video of the camera image on your computer
Display the image full screen (double-
click on image to revert)
2.2 -Settings
• You can access your camera settings by
clicking on settings at the top of the window:
2.3 -Example: programming an email alert to be
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configuration and reboot the camera
and the address which will receive the alerts. The
camera uses the username and password of the
sender address to connect and send the email.
Configuration depends on the chosen email
provider's settings.
Note: the 2 addresses can be the same (you will
simply be sending an email to yourself)
In our example, we use www.gmail.com:
sender-address@gmail.com sends the alerts,
addressee@gmail.com receives the alerts. Both
addresses need to have been created beforehand.
• First of all, go into the 'Réglages e-mail
[Email settings]' under the 'Réseau [Network]'
heading:
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Configuration wizard: provides a quick way to change the IP address of the camera or set up a WiFi connection
Status: shows the state of the camera, its
functions, the list of users currently connected and the connection log
Basic settings: camera name, time displayed, usernames and passwords
Network: wired, wireless, email, FTP server and P2P connection settings (simplified remote viewing)
Video: settings for image quality, frame rate, data embedded in the image, snapshot schedule by time or week
Alarm: settings for motion detection and actions to be performed as a result
Recording: settings for video recording (use this to select a directory on your computer to receive the videos you set to record from your computer)
PTZ: used for setting the motorised movement speed and the pre-set points in your camera's field of view.
System: update, backup and restore current configuration and reboot the camera
sent when motion is detected
To program an alert to be sent when motion is
detected, you need 2 email addresses: the address
of the sender which will be used by the camera,
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Tick the Enable box to enable email sending
SMTP server: varies with email provider of address sending the alert. In our example using gmail: smtp.gmail.com
SMTP port: varies with email provider of address sending the alert. In our example using gmail: 465
Transport Layer Security: connection security setting, varies with email provider. In our example using gmail: TLS
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Connection required: indicates whether connection is compulsory (authentication) to send an email. In our example
using gmail: Yes (in other words: you cannot send an email via gmail if you are not logged into your account).
SMTP user name: Name you need to enter to connect to the mailbox
which will send the alerts. In our
example using gmail, this is the sender address: sender-address@gmail.com
SMTP password: The password used to log into sender-address@gmail.com in our example
E mail sender: Re-enter the address used to send the alerts: sender-address@gmail.
com. Click on 'Test' to check that your settings are correct and that the camera is able to connect to the email account you entered for sending the alerts.
First addressee, etc.: Use this space to enter the address or addresses which receive the alerts. In our example: addressee@
gmail.com
IMPORTANT: When you have finished configuring the device, do not forget to click on Save at the top of the screen to confirm the entries you have made.
Note: it does not matter who the email provider of the
addressee or addressees is as it is the email provider
of the sender which dictates what needs to be entered.
However, you must ensure you check that the alerts
are not treated as spam by any of the addressees.
• When you have finished configuring your camera,
it will be able to send emails. You must now tell
it when to send them by clicking on Alarm,
Motion detection:
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Tick the Enable box to enable motion detection
Sensitivity: At the high setting, even the smallest movements on the screen will set off an alert. At the low setting, only large subjects will set off an alert (for example: a
human being, but not a dead leaf in the camera's field of vision). Adjust to suit the camera's field of vision and the desired objective.
Pause trigger: pause between alerts if motion is detected over an extended period
Tick send email on alert
Detection zone: when you click this button, a grid is superimposed on the camera image. If motion is detected in a red
box, an alert is triggered. If motion is
detected in a clear box, no alert is triggered.
Click on the boxes to change their status
from enabled (red) to disabled (clear),
e.g. to avoid monitoring a window pane and setting off an unnecessary alert because of something going on outside.
This grid shows which half-hourly periods
in the week motion detection should be enabled. Click on one of the boxes to enable
detection during the corresponding half-hour period. You can also click on the a day of the
week or a time to enable an entire row or column. To enable 24/7/365, click on All. Red boxes indicate that detection is enabled.
IMPORTANT: When you have finished
configuring the device, do not forget to click
Save at the top of the screen to confirm the entries you have made.
This completes the configuration. From now on, any
motion detected by the camera in the zones and at
the times you have specified will trigger an email alert.
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E - USING THE PRODUCT ON A SMARTPHONE
The free application used to control, configure and
view the cameras remotely on your smartphone
is available from the Appstore and Google Play.
Download, install and run the 'ThomView' app.
Although we have described how the Android app
works here, the same applies to the iPhone.
• Run the application on your smartphone or
icon. Next, click on
tablet, then click on the
icon.
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This will activate the phone's camera so that
you can scan in the QRCode.
Tick or untick 'Only connect in Wi-Fi network' as
required using the
More icon under 'Settings'.
Many of the configuration options can be accessed
by clicking on your camera video feed:
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• Next, enter the name you want to give
your camera (Device Name), its user name
(Username) and its password (Password). The
default username is "admin" and there is no
pre-set password.
• Click on OK to confirm, then click on the name
of your camera. Next, click on the
Video
icon to display your camera feed.
Note: there is a setting in the application that lets
you enable connections to the camera only when
the smartphone or tablet is connected via WiFi and
not over the mobile data network.
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1 If several cameras have been registered to the app, simultaneous viewing is possible
2 General camera configuration: WiFi, username and password, night vision, etc.
3 If night vision is not set to auto, lets you switch the camera's infrared lights on or off
4 Not used on this model
5 Enable the camera microphone
6 Activate the camera loudspeaker
7 List of cameras recognised by the app
8 Display live video feed of selected camera
9 Access to predefined rounds
10 Display motor controls (you can also slide your finger across the screen to change the camera angle)
11 Access to predefined positions
12 Snapshots and videos saved on the phone
13 Take snapshot (saved on the phone)
14 Event and alert log
15 Start/stop video (saved on the phone)
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F - USING THE PRODUCT ON A COMPUTER VIA THE THOMVIEW
SOFTWARE
You can only configure the camera and image
display as described in paragraph D - 1 - ACCESS
TO CAMERA CONFIGURATION if your computer
is on the same network as your camera.
The ThomView software on the CD provides an easy
way to connect to the camera over the internet and
avoids these limitations.
• Install the program on the computer you want
to use to connect to your camera.
• Run the software on your computer. The default
username and password of the software are
both 'admin'.
• Click on the
'Settings' icon, then on 'Add
P2P Camera'.
• This brings up a window for you to enter the
name you want to give your camera, the 'user'
username of your camera (default = admin),
its password (default = none, leave blank) and
UID. The UID is a unique code assigned to your
camera.
• Confirm by clicking on 'OK', then click on the
'Live view' icon.
• Your camera is displayed in the 'default' list in
the top left of your screen. Click on its name to
display the feed.
The ThomView software lets you manage several
cameras at once and gives you complete control
over each one and their respective settings:
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Lock software tocontinue broadcasting a video but disable changing cameras and current settings
Historique de tous les évènements [Events log] for all cameras registered to the ThomView program
Access to live video
Access to videos and snapshots saved to the computer by the cameras
Search, pairing and configuration menu for each camera. Click on 'Search Cameras'
to find all the cameras on your computer's network, click on 'System', then click on any
of the cameras in the list on the right to display and change its configuration.
Click on the name of your camera to display its feed. This brings up a list; click on any row to enable that camera's mic (Audio), start
recording a video on the computer (Record), take a snapshot (Capture) and/or activate the camera's loudspeaker (Talk).
Camera feed A red border around the feed denotes that the camera has been selected.
If you have several cameras, click on another
area of the screen to display the feed from a different camera in one of the other areas of the screen. You can drag and drop a camera feed from one section to another if you want to rearrange the screen.
Arranging the screen layout: click to only
display one camera feed at a time, 4 cameras at once, and so on.
Software activity log: shows all the events logged by the software with respective dates and times.
Camera controls: click on each heading to open and display the list of controls: image and quality settings, enable/disable night vision, etc.
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G - USING THE PRODUCT WITH A THOMSON NETWORK VIDEO RECORDER
Your camera is compatible with the ONVIF protocol
and can be paired with a network video recorder.
• Connect your camera to the network or one
of the recorder network sockets and run a
camera search on the recorder.
Your network recorder needs the following
information:
• The IP address of your camera: if the recorder
cannot find the camera automatically, provide
it with the IP address discovered by the 'IP
Camera Search Tool' supplied on the CD (see
paragraph D - 1 - ACCESS TO CAMERA
CONFIGURATION)
• Your camera's ONVIF port: if the recorder does
not discover this automatically, the default port
number is 888.
• A username and password: these are the same
usernames and passwords you use to connect
to your camera (default username = admin;
default password = none)
• When you have entered all the information into
the recorder, add the camera in the same way
as you would with the original cameras. After
a few seconds, your camera feed will appear
beside the feeds from your original cameras.
You will then be able to record videos onto the
recorder's hard disk and use the recorder's
motion detection, just like with the original
cameras. You can also control your camera's
motors and continue to use your IP camera as
before with your smartphone or computer.
H - USING THE PRODUCT WITH A THOMBOX
1 - Automatic configuration
• Your camera is optimised for use with a
Thombox. Go into the interface of your
Thombox to pair your camera and click on
'Ajouter une nouvelle caméra [Add new
camera]' in the Cameras widget:
tick the row
corresponding to
your camera
• Tick the box on the row corresponding to your
camera, then click Ajouter [Add].
• If your camera has not been detected, enter
the address of your camera as indicated by the
IP Camera Search Tool software:
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• Warning: the default address of your camera
ends with ':88'; you should also copy it and
the IP address of your camera in the Thombox
widget. Tick the relevant camera, then click on
Ajouter [Add].
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H - USING THE PRODUCT WITH A THOMBOX
• Your camera will be configured automatically in
the Thombox interface. Enter your username
and password:
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• If you want your camera to send images to the
Thombox when motion is detected, click on
the 'Copier les réglages dans la caméra [Copy
settings to camera]' button at the bottom
of the window. Your Thombox will then write
the destination for the images to the camera
settings.
• This completes the configuration.
icon in the cameras widget on your
(Click on the
Thombox to display more details on the functions
and options available).
2 - Manual configuration
If you do not want to configure your Thombox
automatically, here is the full list of commands
your Thombox will need to know for it to use your
camera:
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Assign a suitable name to the camera
Address for connecting your camera to the
interface, filled in automatically when you
add the camera (do not forget the ':88' at
the end of the address)
Your camera's username (default = admin)
Your camera's password (default = none)
High quality stream: the address is:
rtsp://ip address of your camera:88/
videoMain (no spaces)
the default resolution of this stream is
1280x720 @ 15 frames per second
Low quality stream: the address is:
rtsp://ip address of your camera:88/
videoSub (no spaces)
the default resolution of this stream is
640x480 @ 15 frames per second. This can
be useful if the internet connection is slow.
The command for taking a snapshot with the
camera is:
/cgi-bin/CGIProxy.fcgi?usr=your username
&pwd=password&cmd=snapPicture2
(no spaces)
Permitted delay for loading the image
capture. 5 seconds is a reasonable value;
test it if you want to change it.
The FTP settings must be copied using your
camera's Network menu - FTP Settings.
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the address to enter in the camera settings
is: ftp://FTP server address of the Thombox/
FTP folder of the Thombox
You need to copy the FTP username as is
You need to copy the FTP password as is
The FTP port number is 21
The FTP port mode to use is PORT
Test the data you have entered by clicking
on the Test button
• Once you have finished copying the settings
into your camera settings, activate motion
detection and enable 'prendre une photo
[take snapshot]' in the actions to take if motion
is detected (see end of paragraph D - 2.3 Example: programming an email alert to
be sent when motion is detected for more
details).
I - RESET
If there is a problem or the login details have been lost, the camera can be reset to its default settings by
pressing the Reset button on the back of the camera for 10 seconds.
Settings
Default value
Username
admin
Password
(none)
Time Zone
GMT+1
Ports
http: 88
https: 443
ONVIF: 888
ftp: 21
Plug and play access
Enabled
Motion detection
Disabled
Main video stream
720p @ 15 frames per second
Secondary video stream
VGA
Night vision
auto
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J - FAQ
If your problem is not covered below, please contact our technical support department.
Symptoms
Cannot connect to camera
over local area network (e.g. IP
Cameras Search Tool)
The camera feed cannot be
accessed over the internet
Possible causes
Network problem
Check your connections.
Temporarily connect using the
network cable if the camera is
connected over WiFi
Network configuration problem
Check your camera's network
connection settings. Reset
your camera if it is no longer
accessible.
Network configuration problem
Check your device settings (box,
router)
Incorrect video settings
Check the video settings and
reduce the quality if necessary
Test the 'flux secondaire
[secondary stream]' to confirm
Incorrect video settings
Test the 'flux secondaire
[secondary stream]' to confirm,
check the video settings and
reduce the quality if necessary
Unsuitable motion detection
settings
Reduce detection sensitivity or
restrict the area covered (see
paragraph D - 2.3 - Example:
programming an email alert
to be sent when motion is
detected)
Poor quality or shaky image
Motion detection is triggered
unnecessarily
Solutions
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K - technical and legal information
1 - General characteristics
Camera
Power supply
Network interface
Wireless network interface
Optical sensor
Minimum luminous intensity
Night vision
Lens
Motor sweep
Buttons
Video compression
Resolution
Frames per second
Audio
Memory
Dimensions
Weight
Power consumption
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5VDC / 2000mA
Ethernet 10/100, audio-MDIX, RJ45
IEE 802.11b/g/n, WPS function
¼’’ CMOS
0 lux
Manual or automatic (dusk-to-dawn sensor)
Range: 8m
f:2.8mm, F:2.4, angle of view 70°
Horizontal: 320°, vertical: 100°
Reset button: restores factory settings
WPS button: easy Wifi configuration
H.264
Primary stream: up to 1280x720 pixels
Secondary stream: up to 640x480 pixels
Up to 30 under all resolutions
Built-in microphone and loudspeaker for two-way audio
communication
Input/output jacks for mic or external loudspeakers
MicroSDHC slot (not included)
110 x 110 x 135mm
310g
5W maximum
Operating temperature and
humidity
0°C to 40°C, 20% to 85% RH, non-condensing
For indoor use only
Storage temperature and
humidity
-10°C to 60°C, 0% to 90% RH, non-condensing
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K - technical and legal information
2 - warranty
• This product is guaranteed for parts and
labour for 2 years from the date of purchase.
Proof of purchase must be retained for the
duration of the warranty period.
• The warranty does not cover damage caused
by negligence, knocks, or accidents.
• This product must not be opened or
repaired by any persons not employed by
AVIDSEN.
• The warranty will be void if the device is
tampered with.
3 - HELP AND ADVICE
If, in spite of the care we have taken in designing
our products and drafting these instructions,
you do encounter difficulties when installing
your product or you have any questions, we
urge you to contact one of our specialists who
will be glad to help.
• If you encounter operating problems during
the installation or a few days afterwards,
it is essential that you are in front of your
installation when contacting us, so that one
of our technicians can diagnose the source of
the problem, as it will probably be the result
of a setting that is incorrect or an installation
that is not to specification. If the problem is
caused by the product itself, the technician
will give you an RMA number so that you can
return the unit to the shop. Without this RMA
number, the shop may refuse to exchange
your product.
Any help during the installation of your Thombox, or
during the association of your Thomson Connected
Homes range devices? Please call our technical
team at the following number:
Helpline: +33 892 701 369.
(Audiotel: €0.337/min incl. VAT)
Monday to Friday, 9 AM to 12 PM and 2 PM to 6
PM.
4 - PRODUCT RETURNS / AFTER SALES
SERVICE
If, despite the care we have taken in designing
and manufacturing your product, it needs to be
returned to our customer service centre, you can
check the progress of the work on our website at
the following address: http://sav.avidsen.com
5 - EC declaration of conformity
With the R&TTE directive
AVIDSEN hereby declares that the equipment
designated below:
720P HD WiFi IP camera 512392 (DSC-523W)
Complies with the 1999/5/EC Directive and its
compliance has been assessed in accordance with
applicable standards:
EN 60950-1:2006 + A11:2009 + A1:2010 +
A12:2011
EN 62311:2008
EN 301 489-1 V1.9.2
EN 301 489-17 V2.2.1
EN 300 328 V1.8.1
Chambray les Tours,
23/01/2015
Alexandre Chaverot
CEO
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