Start me quick! English Product overview Light sensor RESET button LED light Camera lens To start operating the camera please follow the steps: Package contents: OCO Wi-Fi cloud camera 1 wall mount 2 screws/wall mount DC power connector Power cord and adapter Quick start guide 360° rotation pivot Wall mount Warning: Oco is not compatible with 5GHz (802.11a) Wi-Fi network. 1. IR sensor 90° up and down tilt pivot Note: Each Oco camera requires not less than 0.2 Mbps - 0.5 Mbps of upload bandwidth. We recommend a high speed internet connection with at least 0.5 Mbps of upload bandwidth dedicated per each Oco camera. Set the camera on a flat surface or mount it on a wall using enclosed screws and wall mounts 2. Connect the camera to the power supply with the enclosed power cord. 3. When power is connected, wait till the camera LED status light flashes amber. * — All images are for reference only. Please refer to the package contents. 4. Connect your smartphone or tablet to the same Wi-Fi network you will connect the camera to. ** — The device is NOT PoE-compliant (does NOT allow transmission of power and data via a single cable). 5. Install Ivideon application on your tablet or smartphone. 7. Select the “Add camera” option in the Ivideon application. 10. The app will generate a QR code that your camera should scan. 8. Select “Add an Ivideon powered camera” and follow the on-screen instructions. 6. Run the application. If you are already registered, It is available for iOS (iPhone, iPad) and Android devices; just search for “Ivideon” keyword in App store or Google Play. Hold the QR code at approx. 7-20 cm (3-8 inches) distance in front of the camera lens. As soon as the QR code gets processed, the LED light starts blinking green and a beep sound is heard. click “Sign in” and enter your username (email) and password. To register a new user click the “Create Account” button, enter your email address and create your password. hen click “Create Account”. 9. When prompted, input your Wi-Fi password and set the camera name. 11. The camera connection can take some time. The LED light will glow steady green when the configuration procedure is successfully completed. Note: By default your OCO camera is on the Free pricing plan. More information on pricing plans you will find in the “Cloud Recording” tab on getoco.com. To connect the camera to another Wi-Fi network: 1. Watching live video Gaining access to the video archive When you launch the application the list of your cameras is displayed. Select a camera from the list – the live video will open. Open the live video from the camera in the app. Select “Settings” – “Manage”. Re-locate the camera to another network. Make sure, that the previous Wi-Fi connection is unavailable. 2. Connect the camera to the power supply, and wait until the LED light flashes amber. 3. Follow the on-screen instructions in the Ivideon app to attach the camera to your account. Set any camera name and input the current Wi-Fi password. 4. Show the QR-code to the camera till the beep sound is heard and the LED light starts blinking green, then glows steady green. You will be redirected to your Personal Account page in the browser. Enter your login and password if required. Select the rate plan with the required archive range. For more information on plans&pricing please visit: getoco.com/eu/cloud-recording Watching the video archive Your video archive is displayed as fragments on the time scale under the live video from the camera. You can watch the required fragment by simply clicking on it. You can scale up and down with the “+” and “-” buttons. You can slide the scale to the left at any range, and to the right up to the current moment. You can choose another day selecting the “Calendar”. In order to change the speed of the video playback press “Playback speed”. Press the “Play/Pause” button over the time scale to stop and resume the video playback. Push-to-talk messages You can use your smartphone or tablet to record voice messages up to 15 seconds long - the message will be delivered to the camera and reproduced by the built-in camera speaker. To do this open the live video and press “Talk”, then tap “Record” and dictate your message. After finishing the message tap “Record” once more: the message will be sent to the camera and reproduced. Selecting a Pricing Plan Pricing plans are selected in the Personal account on the website https://ivideon.com/my/ Video quality Night Vision To select the video quality open the live video and select Settings - Video Quality. You can choose among high, medium and low quality. In the Auto mode the camera selects the quality itself, depending on the bandwith available. To configure the Night Vision open the live video and select Settings - Night Vision. In the opened window you can turn the Night Vision on and off. In “Auto” the camera selects the mode itself, depending on the illumination level. Setting the camera name Forwarding access rights to other users To rename the camera open the live video, select Settings - Rename camera. Input the new camera name and confirm the changes. You can grant access rights from your camera to other users for them to watch the live video and archive. For this open the live video, select Settings – Share camera. Tap “Add” and enter the email address of the user to whom you are giving access. Enable the functions you are opening to that user (Live video/ Video archive), then click “Add user” to apply changes. Software update Video rotation Open the live video, select Settings - Software updates, and follow the on-screen guidelines. You can rotate the image by 180°. This option may come in handy when you mount the camera on a ceiling. To rotate the image open the live video, select Settings - Video Rotation. Choose the rotation angle and click Done to apply changes. Motion and sound detectors Motion and sound notifications will help you to stay informed. In case your camera detects motion or sound, you will get an email and/or push notification. You can change the notifications settings in your Personal Account on the website https://ivideon.com/my/ There you can set the notifications schedule (the time you want to receive them). For this go to your Personal Account - My cameras - Camera settings - Alert schedule. You can set the required sensitivity of the motion detector. For the detector to be triggered at night, please make sure that there is enough illumination. To set up the motion detector open the live video, select Settings - Motion. There you can turn the detector on and off, set the sensitivity (high, medium, low) and the detection area. To set the detection area choose “Select area” and set the position and size of the area required. Please mind, that there will be no detection outside this area. Click Done to apply changes. To set up the sound detector open the live video, select Settings - Sound. There you can turn the detector on and off and set the sensitivity. Click Done to apply changes. Watching event history Deleting camera You can review the event log from your cameras. Motion events are marked with changes (when the camera turns on/off) are marked with or go to the “Cameras” menu - “All events”. and icon, and sound events are marked with icons. To watch the log, select “Events” in the live video tab, icon. Camera status You can delete the camera from your personal account. To do this, open the live video, click Settings - Delete camera, and follow the on-screen instructions. Public access and embedding video onto websites You can grant Public access to your camera in the Personal Account on the website https://ivideon.com/my/ For this go to your Personal Account - My cameras - Camera settings - Public access. Follow the on-screen instructions. Exporting archive records You can get archive video recordings from your camera in AVI format. To export the video go to your Personal account (https://ivideon.com/my/), select the camera and open it, and click the “Export archive records” button under the timeline. An orange bar will appear on the timeline. Drag it to the time interval you want to export. It is also possible to expand or narrow the chosen time interval by pulling the top corners of the bar. Press the “Queue for download” button. Close the video window and click the Archive Export tab. Click the Download button to get the recording. The duration of each interval you choose depends on your pricing plan, with the clip length from 1 to 4 hours.