2.4GHz Digital Wireless
Solar Powered Camera
Model No: QC-3633
User Manual
• VGA resolution camera
• Solar powered camera suitable for the location where main power is not available
• Digital wireless technology provides excellent image quality and clarity
• Interference free, secure and private signal
• Up to 100m wireless transmission range
• Night vision allows for low light viewing up to 12 m
• Built-in microphone transmits sound from the camera to receiver
• Weatherproof for outdoor use
• PIR Sensor for motion detection
• Battery charging status indication
Maximum open space transmission range. The actual range is dependent upon building
materials and other obstructions in path of wireless signal.
IR illumination range of 12m under ideal conditions. Objects at or beyond this range may be
partially or completely obscured, depending on the camera application.
• Digital Wireless Camera
• Solar Panel
• Rechargeable battery pack
• Connecting Cable
• Hardware Kit
• User’s Manual
1. Aim the camera to best optimize the viewing area: Select a location for the camera that provides a
clear view of the area you want to monitor, which is free from dust, and is not in line-of-sight to a strong
light source or direct sunlight.
2. Avoid installing the camera where there are thick walls, obstructions, or interference (i.e. transformers,
microwave ovens or other electrical equipment) between the camera and the receiver.
3. Select a location for the camera that has an ambient temperature between 14°F~122°F (-10°C~50°C).
4. Before starting permanent installation, you need to pair the camera to receiver (see Pairing part on
page 5). After pairing, have another person hold the camera for you while you verify its performance by
observing the image on a monitor.
1. Carefully unpack the camera.
2. Mount the stand of camera to the wall:
• Mark the position of the screw holes on the wall.
• Drill holes and insert the drywall plugs as needed.
• Firmly attach the stand to the wall using the provided screws.
3. Attach the antenna to the camera prior to mounting.
4. Place the camera in the desired mounting position. Tighten the
thumbscrews to secure the camera to the Stand. Adjust the angle of
the camera until the desired view is set.
Camera installation is now completed.
Solar panel installation
1. Unpack the solar panel.
2. Decide where the solar panel to be installed. The location for solar panel installation should have
sufficient sun light to ensure the camera is powered perfectly. Then mount the solar panel to the position
with supplied screws.
Notes: You can rotate the solar panel to make it be irradiated by the sun light straightly.
Connecting the camera, battery pack and solar panel
The power cable of rechargeable battery pack is 20” only, so the battery should be located near the
camera. To connect the camera, battery pack and solar panel, there are two options:
- When solar panel is installed far away from the camera, use the supplied 10m cable for the connection.
1). Connect one end of the cable to the solar panel.
2). Connect the other end of the cable to the battery pack.
3). Plug the power output cable of battery pack to the power input jack of the camera.
- When the solar panel is installed near the camera, there is no need to use the connecting cable. Just
connect the battery pack to solar panel, and then plug the power output cable of battery pack to the
power input jack of the camera.
Night Vision
This camera has built-in IR LEDs, which provides the camera with the ability to view images in no/low
light conditions. Night vision will be automatically switched on in low illumination condition.
Motion detection
The camera is unique for motion detection feature with built-in PIR sensor. When motion is detected by
the PIR sensor, the camera will be activated. After working for 100 seconds, the camera will return back
to hibernation status if there is no motion detection after last activation. This feature is to save battery
power so that the battery can power the camera for longer time when full charged.
Charging the battery with power adapter (Not Included)
The battery pack can be also charged with a 9V DC 400mA power adapter, this is for the use in
continuous rainy or cloudy days.
To charge the battery pack, just disconnect it with both the camera and solar panel, and plug the power
adaptor cable into the charging jack of the battery pack.
Charging status indication
The LED in the bottom of the rechargeable battery pack indicates the charging status:
Red LED on: Charging
Green LED on: Full charging
Red LED flash: Charging fault
Camera Overview
Before operating the camera, have overview about all
parts of the camera.
Front & Side Control
1. Camera Antenna – Sends signals to the receiver.
2. AC Adaptor Jack – Plug the AC adaptor (not
included) to the jack for camera’s power supply.
3. Wall Mounting Bracket – Use the bracket to
mount the camera on a wall or other flat surfaces.
4. IR LEDs – Infrared LEDs provide viewing in no/low
light conditions
5. Lens – Catches the video in front of the lens and
transmits video from camera to receiver.
6. PIR Sensor – Detects motion in front of the lens
and emits detection signal to transmitter.
Bottom Control
7. Microphone – Receives sounds from the area near
the camera, and transmits sound from the camera to
the receiver.
Back Control
8. Pair Button – The pair button is located on the
back of the camera, it is used to pair the camera with
Paring the Camera to System
Before permanently mounting the camera, it is highly
recommended to pair the camera to the receiver.
1. Press Menu on the wireless receiver or remote control.
2. From the Main Menu, select Pairing and press the
enter button.
3. Select one camera and press the enter button.
4. Following the on-screen prompt, press the Pair button
on the rear panel of the camera. You have 30 seconds to
press the Pair button on the camera. Once paired, the
camera will be immediately displayed on-screen.
Note: If you don’t press the Pair button on the camera
during the 30 second pairing window, repeat steps 1~4 to
try the pairing process again.
The Pairing Function assigns each camera to a different
channel on the wireless receiver (connect up to 4
cameras), and is necessary for configuring additional
cameras. By default the camera that came with the system is assigned to channel 1.
If you have problems with the product, there is often a quick and simple solution. Please try the following:
No picture from a camera
The picture is dropping
Audio problems
The picture is or has become
1. Check all connections of this camera, including the connection
between the camera and battery pack, the connection between
battery pack and solar panel.
2. Make sure the battery pack has sufficient power.
3. Make sure that the camera is in range of the receiver.
1. Move the camera closer to the receiver.
2. Try repositioning the camera, receiver or both to improve the
1. Increase the volume when there is no sound.
2. Make sure that there is sound within range of the camera
The picture may become choppy when experiencing a lower frame
rate (i.e. 10 frames per second vs. a higher 20 frames per second).
Try moving the camera closer to the receiver. Remove obstructions
between the receiver and camera.
Operating Frequency Range
TX Power
RX Sensitivity
Type of Spread Spectrum Used
Type of Modulation Used
Data Rate
Image Sensor Type
1/4" Color CMOS Image Sensor
Effective Pixel
H: 640, V: X: 480,
Image Resolution
H: 640, V: 480 @ 9fps. H:320, V: 240 @25fps
4.5mm F 2.0
AES Speed
1/60~1/15,000 Sec
White Balance
Power Requirement
Solar powered 7.0V DC ± 10%
Power Consumption
Max 360mA with IR LED, Max 140mA without IR LED,
Max 5mA in hibernation mode
Battery charge current
Max 330mA with 9V DC, Max 300mA with solar panel
Communication Range
100m Line in Sight
Operating Temp Range
-10~50 degree C
Operating Humidity Range
Within 85%RH
185mm x 68mm x 38mm
Environment Rating
RoHS Compliance
Camera Housing Material
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