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COVERT NANNY CAM
THANK YOU FOR PURCHASING THE COVERT NANNY CAM
SKU: MiniClockCamXL
Please read this manual before operating the covert nanny cam and
keep it handy.
The Mini Clock XL is a great choice for covert video on a budget. Our
line of mini clock cams is a customer favorite. This fully functional
alarm clock is larger than our other models, allowing it to better act
as a primary alarm clock. The switch on the side also works to turn
the entire unit on and off, conserving battery life when not in use.
This model features a remote which lets you choose between video,
photographs, and motion detection. All videos are 720*480 in full
color and stored on a MicroSD card up to 32GB. Battery life lasts up to
hours on one charge.
Your purchase should include:
1 x Covert Nanny Cam
1 x Remote Control
1 x USB Cable
1 x AC Adapter
1 x Software Disc
1 x Instruction Booklet
GET FAMILIAR WITH YOUR COVERT NANNY CAM
LCD
Display
SD Card Slot
Camera
Lens
USB Port
Power Switch
Figure 1: Front View
Indicator
Light
Figure 3: Side View
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PM
Indicator
Every 3 Hour
Announcement
Clock Function Buttons
Set Alarm
Alarm
On / Off
Figure 2: Top View
Every Hour
Announcement
Figure 4: LCD Screen
OPERATING THE COVERT NANNY
CAM
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Allow the device to
charge 4 – 6 hours before using.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Before using the
mini clock camera, you will need to remove
the plastic tab from the remote.
HOW TO CHARGE THE COVERT NANNY
CAM
Using the AC Adapter
1. Push the switch to OFF
2. Plug the AC adapter with cable into
a wall outlet
3. Plug the cable into the covert nanny
cam
• The red indicator light will be
on while the device is
charging
Using the USB Cable
1. Push the switch to OFF
2. Plug the USB cable into your PC
3. Plug the USB cable into the covert
nanny cam
• The red indicator light will be
on while the device is
charging
• The red indicator light will
turn off when fully charged
HOW TO SET THE TIME AND DATE
You can set the time and an alarm on this
model.
Five buttons that you need for setting up
the covert nanny cam are located above the
LCD screen (see Figure 2):
• LIGHT
• HR (Hour)
• MIN (Minutes)
• SET
• TALK/SNZ
Set the Time
1. Push the SET button
• Both the hour and the
minutes will be flashing
2. Push the HR button to set the hour
3. Push the MIN button
to set the
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minutes
4. After the clock goes back into
standard mode, you can use the
hour button to switch between
civilian and military time
Set the Alarm
1. Push the SET button two times
• The Set Alarm icon will be on
• Both the hour and minutes
will be flashing
2. Push the HR and MIN buttons to set
the time when the alarm should
sound
Set Voice Notifications
1. Push the SET button three times
• The Every Hour
Announcement, Every 15
Minute Announcement, and
Alarm On / Off icon will be
flashing
2. Push the MIN button to turn the
alarm on or off
3. Push the HR button to switch
between…
• The alarm going off just on
the time you set (no icons on
the right side of the screen)
• The clock announcing the
time every hour
• The clock announcing the
time every 3 hours
Turn On the Light
1. Push the LIGHT button
• The blue background light
will come on for about 8
seconds before automatically
turning off
USING THE REMOTE
PREPARING THE DEVICE FOR USE
1. Be sure the On / Off Switch located
under the rotating panel is set to ON
2. Insert a MicroSD card into the slot
located under the rotating panel
3. Make sure the covert nanny cam has
been fully charge
4. Place the device where you want to
record
HOW TO TURN ON THE CAMERA
1. Push the Power Button on the
remote
• The indicator light will be
red, red/blue, and then red
again
Power Button
Motion Detection Button
Video Button
Camera Button
HOW TO RECORD VIDEO
1. Push the Video1 Button on the
remote
• The red indicator light will
blink 3 times and then turn
off
• The device is now recording
2. Push the Video Button on the
remote
• The blue indicator light will
turn on
• The device has stopped
recording and saved the
video
HOW TO TAKE PHOTOS
1. Push the camera button
• The indicator light will turn
blue and then go back to red
• The device has taken a photo
HOW TO USE MOTION DETECTION
1. Push the Motion Detection Button
on the remote
• The red/blue light will flash 4
times
• When motion is detected,
the blue light will flash once
and then turn off
• The device is now recording
video
• If no motion is detected, the
device will stop recording
2. Push the Motion Detection Button
on the remote
• The red indicator light will
turn on
• The device has stopped
recording and saved the
video
8. The program will automatically detect the device.
9. Click "Update"
HOW TO RESET THE TIME AND DATE STAMP
1. Connect the device to your PC using the USB Cable
2. Turn on the device using the Power button on the remote
3. Go to http://www.mgidownloads.com/
4. Click on "WriteTime.exe"
5. Click "Save File"
IMPORTANT NOTICE: You might receive a warning that this
program contains a virus. Disregard this warning. The
program is safe to use.
6. Go to Start > Computer > Downloads > Open WriteTime.exe
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7. Click "Run"
5. Open the DCIM folder.
6. Open the 100DISCM folder.
7. Double click the file you want to view.
• VLC Player is recommended for watching videos.
RETRIEVE THE FILES TO YOUR PC
1. Make sure the power switch is set to ON.
2. Plug the device into your PC using the USB cable.
3. Locate “Removable Disk” inside the (My) Computer folder.
• AutoPlay Removable Disk > Open folder to view files
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Or…
•
Go to Start > Computer > Removable Disk
4. Open the Removable Disk drive.
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
THE DEVICE WON’T TURN ON
• Charge the device for at least 4 hours before the first use.
• Make sure the charging cable is securely inserted into the
device and into the power source.
Pixels
Video Resolution
Video Format
Frames per Second
Vision Angle
Motion Detection
Photo Resolution
Photo Format
Water Resistant
Battery Life
Type of Memory
Memory Capacity
USB Interface
Player Software
Operating Systems
THE DEVICE ISN’T CHARGING
• Replace the battery or charging cable.
• If you are charging via a wall power source, you may need to
charge via your PC. The A/C adapter might be bad.
THE DEVICE HAS CRASHED
• You need to reset the device.
o Turn the Power switch OFF and then ON again.
MY COMPUTER DOESN’T RECOGNIZE THE DEVICE
• Unplug the device from your PC and reboot the device.
• Unplug the device from your PC and reboot your PC.
• Try using a different USB slot on your PC.
• Replace the USB cable.
THE SOUND OR VIDEO IS UNCLEAR
• The device needs charging.
THE BLUE LIGHT IS FLASHING CONSTANTLY
• The battery is low.
OTHER PROBLEMS
• Call our technical support at 770–694–6921
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2.0 Mega
720*480
AVI
30
72°
Yes
1600*1200
JPEG
No
Up to 10 hours
MicroSD Card
2GB – 32GB
2.0 USB
VLC recommended
Windows 2000
Windows Me
Windows XP
Windows Vista
Windows 7
Mac OSX
Linux
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