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Autel MaxiVideo MV208 Specifications
Table of Contents
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Safety Instructions............................................................................. 1
1.1 Work Area Safety .................................................................... 1
1.2 Electrical Safety ....................................................................... 1
1.3 Personal Safety ........................................................................ 2
Description, Specifications and Tool Components.......................... 3
2.1 Description ............................................................................... 3
2.2 Specifications ........................................................................... 3
2.3 Accessories Included ............................................................... 4
2.4 Tool Components and Ports ................................................... 5
2.5 Buttons and Controls .............................................................. 7
Installation and Connection.............................................................. 9
3.1 Battery Removal and Installation .......................................... 9
3.2 Battery Precautions ............................................................... 10
3.3 The Image Head and Cable Installation .............................. 10
3.4 Accessories Installation ......................................................... 10
3.5 Micro SD Card Installation .................................................. 11
3.6 USB Cable Connection...........................................................12
3.7 Video-out Cable Connection……………………………......12
Operation Instructions .................................................................... 13
4.1 Basic Operation ..................................................................... 13
4.2 Operation Precautions .......................................................... 14
4.3 Tool Inspection ...................................................................... 15
4.4 Tool and Work Area Set-Up ................................................. 16
4.5 On Screen Navigation............................................................ 17
4.6 Icons ........................................................................................ 26
4.7 Software Update .................................................................... 27
Troubleshooting ............................................................................... 28
Warranty Information .................................................................... 29
6.1 Limited One Year Warranty ................................................ 29
6.2 Service Procedures ................................................................ 29
Safety Instructions
1. Safety Instructions
IMPORTANT: To prevent electric shock, fire and/or personal injury
or damage, read this user’s manual first and observe the following
safety instructions.
1.1 Work Area Safety
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Always perform automotive testing in a safe environment.
Keep your work area clean and well lit. Cluttered benches and
dark areas may cause accidents.
Keep clothing, hair, hands, tools, test equipment, etc. away from
all moving or hot engine parts.
Operate the tool in a well-ventilated work area.
Do not operate the tool in explosive atmospheres, such as in the
presence of flammable liquids, gases, or heavy dust.
Keep a fire extinguisher suitable for gasoline/chemical/electrical
fires nearby.
Do not use the tool around corrosive chemicals which can ruin
the photo quality.
Keep bystanders, children and visitors away while operating the
tool.
Keep the tools dry, clean, free from oil, water and grease. Use a
mild detergent on a clean cloth to clean the outside of the tool
when necessary.
1.2 Electrical Safety
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Avoid body contact with earthed or grounded surfaces such as
pipes, radiators, ranges and refrigerators.
Do not expose the tool to rain or wet conditions. Water entering
the tool will increase the risk of electric risk.
Do not abuse the cord. Never use the cord for carrying, pulling,
or unplugging the tool. Keep cord away from heat, oil, sharp
edges or moving parts.
If operating the tool in a damp location is unavoidable, use a
ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) to protect supply.
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1.3 Personal Safety
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Do not use the tool while tired or under the influence of drugs,
alcohol, or medications. A moment of interruption can result in
serious personal injury.
Do not over-reach. Keep proper footing and balance at all times.
Proper footing and balance enables better control of the tool in
unexpected situations.
Always wear safety eye protection that meets ANSI standards.
Do not wear loose clothing or jewelry. Keep your hair, clothing,
and gloves away from moving parts. Loose clothes, jewelry, or
long hair can be caught in moving parts.
Do not place the tool on any unstable cart or surface. The tool
may fall causing serious injury to a person or serious damage to
the tool itself.
Never spill liquid on the display units. Liquid increases the risk
of electric shock and damage to the tool.
Do not use the tool for personal or medical use in any way.
The product is not shock-resistant. Do not use it as a hammer or
drop it.
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Description, Specification and Tool Components
2. Description,
Components
Specifications
and
Tool
2.1Description
This premier Autel MaxiVideoTM MV208 digital videoscope is an ideal
tool for examining difficult- to- reach areas normally hidden from sight. It
features the ability to record digital still images and MPEG2 or MPEG1
videos either on its internal flash memory or on the removable Micro SD
card (Optional). The ergonomic tool not only features a 2.4" full color
LCD screen, auto focus and viewing capacity as close as 1" with crystal
clear output, but also offers the capability to stream digital video directly to
a PC. The Multipurpose Videoscope is an economical solution to inspect
machinery, facilities and infrastructure in the safest, quickest and most
cost-effective manner possible.
2.2 Specifications
Recommended use
Optimal viewing
Distance
Image capture
Indoor
1" to 14" (2.5cm to 35.6cm) with 8.5mm
diameter imager head
3/8" to 12" (0.95cm to 30cm) with
5.5mm diameter imager head
JPG images (640x480)
AVI videos (320 x 240)
Screen type display
2.4" TFT LCD
Display resolution
320 x 240
Power supply
4xAA alkaline battery(1.5V)
Tested battery life
Dimensions
3-4 hours of continuous use
Weight
0.23kg(0.46lbs)
Recording medium
Micro SD card (Micro SD card is
optional and not included)
184 x 162.5 x 78mm (7.24" x 6.39" x
3.07")
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Image controls
Zoom, low light vision
Lighting
Fully adjustable LED
Cable reach
1m (3') -- expandable to 6m (19')
w/optional extensions
8.5mm (0.33") is standard and 5.5mm
(0.22") is optional.
Imager head
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Waterproof
Imager head and cable to 3m (10')
Additional ports
USB, video out (TV-out) port
Operating temp.
Main unit: 32°F to 113°F (0°C to 45°C);
Cable: 14°F to 176°F (-10°C to 80°C)
Storage temp.
-4°F to 158°F (-20°C to 70°C)
Operating humidity
5% - 95% non-condensing (display unit)
Video output
RCA
TV out
NTSC, PAL
2.3 Accessories Included
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Blow molded case
User’s Manual
Imager head and cable(8.5mm is standard)
Magnet, hook and mirror
USB cable
Video-out cable (TV-out cable)
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2.4 Tool Components and Ports
Note: Because of continuing improvements, actual product may
differ slightly from photo.
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The MaxiVideoTM MV208 comes with the following items:
Fig. 1
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Handheld Display Unit – The ergonomic tool with comfortable
pistol grip design.
Imager Head and Cable – Connects to the tool while in use to
view images and videos.
Cable Connector – Connects the handheld display unit to the
imager head and cable.
Power Indicator Light –Illuminates green once the tool is
powered on.
Power Button – Turns on/off the tool.
Video-out Port – Connects the tool to a TV with the supplied
video-out cable to view the real-time image.
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Mini USB Port – Connects the tool to a computer with the
supplied USB cable to exchange information.
Micro SD card Slot – Holds the Micro SD card.
Battery Compartment Cap- Indicates to install or remove the
battery.
Fig. 2
10) Accessory Magnet – Picks up small metal objects such as
dropped rings or screws on the floor.
11) Accessory Hook – Unclogs obstacles and picks up wires in the
pipes or confined areas.
12) Accessory Mirror – Helps users look around corners and see
inside the unreachable areas.
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2.5 Buttons and Controls
Fig. 3
A. LCD Screen – Indicates still images and videos.
B. Trash Can/Reverse Button – Deletes captured photos and
videos in the play mode. While capturing a photo or video, press
Reverse Button will control the direction of the real-time image
and video in the live screen. The real-time image and video will
do a horizontal reverse or a vertical reverse.
C. Play Button – Replays captured photos and videos.
D. Setting/Back Button – Moves to the primary settings screen,
while pressing again will return to the last viewed screen.
E. Camera/Video Button – Switches between two modes: camera
or video.
F. UP Arrow Zoom Adjusting Button – Uses Up arrow button to
zoom in while in the camera mode. Moves up through menu and
submenu items in menu mode.
G. DOWN Arrow Zoom Adjusting Button – Uses Down arrow
button to zoom out while in the camera mode. Moves down
through menu and submenu items in menu mode.
H. LEFT Arrow LED Lighting Adjusting Button – Uses Left
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arrow button to decrease LED brightness in the camera mode.
Moves the cursor to the desired item. Moves to the previous
image or video in the play mode.
RIGHT Arrow LED Lighting Adjusting Button – Uses Right
arrow button to increase LED brightness in the camera mode.
Moves the cursor to the desired item. Moves to the next image or
video in the play mode.
OK Button – Confirms a selection (or action) from a menu.
Starts recording image or video in live mode. Starts or suspends
file reviewing in play mode.
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3. Installation and Connection
3.1 Battery Removal and Installation
Note: If the power indicator light is blinking continuously, this
reminds you to replace batteries in time as instructed.
Fig. 4
1) Turn the display unit handheld upside down to expose the battery
compartment cap and screw. (Fig. 4)
2) Use a screwdriver to remove screw and battery compartment cap.
3) Battery removal and installation.
Fig. 5
√ To remove the batteries, hold handheld display unit to remove
battery compartment and then remove batteries.(Fig. 5)
√ To install the batteries, remove the battery compartment and
insert four(4) new AA batteries into the proper slots in the battery
compartment.
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4) Proper battery orientation is indicated in the battery compartment.
5) Replace the battery compartment and screw using a screwdriver to
close the battery compartment cap.
3.2 Battery Precautions
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Remove the battery while cleaning the tool.
Remove the battery before storing the tool for a long period of
time to prevent battery leakage from damaging battery
compartment.
When necessary, replace all four (4) batteries with new ones.
Use only the size and type of batteries specified.
Be sure to install the batteries with the correct polarity as
indicated in the battery compartment.
Properly dispose of batteries. Exposure to high temperature can
cause batteries to explode. Do not dispose in the fire.
3.3The Imager Head and Cable Installation
To use the tool, the imager head and cable must be connected to the
display unit. To connect the cable to the display unit, make sure the
key and slot (Fig.6) are properly aligned. Once they are aligned,
finger-tighten the knurled knob to hold the connection firmly in place.
Fig. 6
3.4 Accessories Installation
The three accessories include magnet, hook and mirror (Fig. 2). All are
attached to the imager head in the same manner. Hold the accessory
and the imager head as shown in Fig. 7.
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Fig. 7
Slip the end of the accessory over the tip of the imager head to fix the
accessory as shown in Fig. 8.
Fig. 8
3.5 Micro SD card Installation
NOTE: Micro SD card slot provides for additional memory, but
Micro SD card is optional and not included. Different Micro SD
cards can be used to insert into the Micro SD card slot. The
maximum 16 GB of the Micro SD card can be supported.
To insert a Micro SD card into the Micro SD card slot, make sure the
contacts are facing towards slot and the angled portion of the card is
facing down. When the Micro SD card is installed, a small Micro SD
card icon will appear at the top right portion of the screen. To remove
a Micro SD card, gently push the Micro SD card inward and then
release to eject it from the card slot.
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3.6 USB Cable Connection
Use the supplied USB cable to connect the tool to a PC to upload and
view captured photos and videos. A “USB Connected” message will
appear on the screen as shown. (Fig.9)
Fig. 9
3.7 Video-Out (TV-out) Cable Connection
Insert the video-out cable into the video-out port of the tool and the
other end of the cable into the video-in port of a TV, the LCD screen
will output a high quality real-time image.
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4. Operation Instructions
IMPORTANT: Always wear safety eye protection to protect your eyes
against dirt and other objects. Follow operation instructions to
reduce the risk of injury from electric shock, entanglement and other
causes.
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4.1 Basic Operation
NOTE: When in operation, the cable can be bent into a certain shape.
This may help you operate the cable into confined areas.
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Hold the tool with LCD screen facing you and press Power
button to turn it on. Wait for two seconds, the first screen – a
splash screen is booting up, and then appear a live screen where
you can do most of your work.
2) Press OK button to capture photos in the camera mode; press OK
button to begin capturing videos in the video mode. Press
Camera/Video button to switch between two modes as you
desired.
3) Press UP and DOWN arrow buttons to zoom in or out while in
the camera mode where you can see a zoom indicator bar as you
adjust zoom.
4) Press LEFT and RIGHT arrow buttons to decrease or increase
screen backlighting while in the camera mode where you can see a
brightness indicator bar as you adjust LED light intensity.
5) Press Play button to view captured photos and videos.
6) Press Trash Can/ Reverse button to delete captured photos and
videos as you needed when play back captured photos and videos.
7) Press Trash Can/ Reverse button to control the direction of the
real-time image and video as you needed in the live screen.
8) Press Setting/Back button to enter Setup mode or return to the
previous screen.
9) Use the supplied accessories to provide application flexibility.
10) Use the supplied USB cable to connect the tool to a PC to upload
and view captured photos and videos.
11) Connect the supplied video-out (TV-out) cable to video-out port
of the tool and the other end of the cable to the video-in port of a
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TV to view a high quality real-time image.
4.2 Operation Precautions
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Use the tool only as directed. Do not operate the tool unless the
user’s manual has been read thoroughly and proper training has
been completed.
The display unit is not waterproof. The imager head and cable
are waterproof, but not acid-proof or fireproof. Avoid
submersing the imager head and cable into corrosive, oily places
and be sure to keep the imager head and cable away from high
temperature objects.
Do not immerse the tool and display unit in water. Such
measures reduce the risk of electric shock and damage.
Do not use excessive force to insert or withdraw the imager head
and cable. This may result in damage to the tool or inspection
area.
Do not use the imager head and cable to modify surroundings,
clear pathways or clogged areas.
Do not place the imager head and cable into anything or
anywhere that may contain a live electric charge or moving parts,
which increases the risk of electric shock or entanglement
injuries.
Do not use the tool for personal inspection or medical use in any
way. This is not a medical tool.
Do not eat or smoke while operating the tool. Use hot, soapy
water to wash hands and other body parts exposed to drain
contents after using the tool to inspect drains and other areas that
may contain chemicals or bacteria, which will help prevent
contamination with toxic or infectious material.
When the inspection is completed, carefully withdraw the imager
head and cable from inspection area.
Store idle components out of the reach of children and other
untrained persons.
Maintain the tool with care. Properly maintained tools are less
likely to cause injury.
Do not drop the tool, if the tool is dropped accidently, check for
the breakage and any other conditions that may affect its
operation. Use only accessories that are recommended by the
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manufacturer for the tool.
Always use appropriate personal protective equipment while
handling and using the tool. Appropriate personal protective
equipment always includes safety glasses and gloves, and may
include latex or rubber gloves, face shields, goggles, protective
clothing, respirators and steel toed footwear.
Protect against excessive heat. The tool should be kept away
from heat sources such as radiators, stoves or others that produce
heat. Do not use the tool near moving machinery or areas where
the temperature will exceed 113°F (45°C).
Store the tool, and all cables in a locked area out of the reach of
children and people unfamiliar with tool.
4.3 Tool Inspection
WARNING: Before using, inspect your tool and correct any
problems to reduce the risk of serious injury from electric shock and
other causes and prevent tool damage.
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Make sure the power is OFF.
Clean any oil, grease or dirt from the tool, especially on the
buttons and ports. This helps prevent the tool from slipping from
your hands.
Inspect the imager head lens for condensation. To avoid
damaging the tool, do not use the tool if condensation forms
inside the imager head. Let the water evaporate before using
again.
Inspect the full length of the cable for cracks or damage. A
damaged cable could allow water to enter the tool and increase
the risk of electric shock.
Make sure the connections between the display unit and imager
head and cable are tight. All connections must be properly
assembled for the cable to be waterproof.
Check if the warning label is present, firmly attached and
readable. Do not operate the tool without the caution label.
Turn on the power and make sure the tool model through the
splash screen and then display the live screen.
If the tool does not work well after being turned on, please have
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the tool checked by a qualified technician. Any tool that cannot be
controlled with the power button is dangerous and must be
repaired.
NOTE: Please check following methods to avoid injury.
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FOR WALLS: For inspecting the inside walls, be sure to shut
off the circuit breaker to the whole house before using the tool.
FOR PIPES: If you suspect a metal pipe could contain an
electric charge, have a qualified electrician to check the pipe
before using.
FOR AUTOMOBILES: Be sure the automobile is not running
during inspection. Metal and liquid under the hood may be hot.
Don’t get oil or gas on the imager head.
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4.4 Tool and Work Area Set-Up
CAUTION: Set up the tool and work area according to these
procedures to reduce the risk of injury from electric shock,
entanglement, and other causes and prevent tool damage.
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Check work area for:
 Sufficient lighting.
 Do not work in area until flammable sources have been
identified and corrected. The tool is not explosion proof and
can cause sparks.
 Do not use the tool while standing in water.
Check the area and determine if MaxiVideoTM MV208 Digital
Inspection Videoscope is the correct tool for the job.
 Check the access points to the area.
 Check if there is any electric power supplied to the area to
be inspected.
 Check if the any liquids will be occurred during the
inspection. The Image head and cable were waterproof to a
depth of 3m (10'), Greater depths may cause leakage into
the imager head and cable and cause electric shock or
damage the tool. The display unit is not waterproof and
should not be exposed to wet conditions.
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Check if any chemicals are present, especially in the case of
drains. Chemicals may damage the tool.
 Check the temperature of the area. The working temperature
of the tool is between 32°F (0°C) and 113°F (45°C).
 Check if any moving parts are present in the area.
Make sure the tool has been properly inspected.
Install the correct accessories for use in the appropriate
application.
CAUTION: Make sure the tool has been powered off before
performing maintenance.
 Tool maintenance must be performed only by qualified repair
personnel. Maintenance performed by unqualified repair
personnel could cause injury.
 When maintaining, use only identical replacement parts. Use of
unauthorized parts or failure to follow maintenance instructions
may create a risk of electric shock or injury.
 Do not attempt to take any pieces of the tool apart unless directed
by the manual.
 Follow instructions to change accessories.
 Do not use acetone to clean the tool. Instead, use only alcohol to
swab the connections. Avoid rubbing too hard on the LCD
screen. After using, wipe the display unit clean gently with a dry
cloth.
 Upon the completion of any maintenance of the tool, ask
qualified repair personnel to perform safety checks to examine if
the tool is in proper operating condition.
 Stop using the tool if it starts smoking or emitting noxious
fumes.
 Always handle the tool with care. It is not shock-resistant.
 Do not disassemble the tool beyond what is shown in the manual.
Doing so will void your warranty.
4.5 On Screen Navigation
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Splash Screen
When the tool is powered on, the first screen displayed is
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referred to as the splash screen. (Fig. 10) This screen tells you
the tool is booting up. Once the tool is fully powered up, the
screen will automatically switch to the live screen.
Fig. 10
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Live Screen
The live screen is where you will do most of your work. A live
image of what the imager head sees is displayed on the screen.
You can zoom, adjust screen backlighting, rotate images and
videos, view and capture photos and videos from this screen.
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Switching from Still Image Capture to Video Capture
By default the tool will turn to still image capture when powered
on. Press Video/Camera button to switch between still image
capture and video capture as you needed.
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Adjusting screen backlighting
Pressing RIGHT and LEFT arrow buttons on the key pad (in
the still camera mode) will increase or decrease the screen
backlighting. A brightness indicator bar will be displayed on the
screen as you adjust brightness. (Fig. 11)
Fig. 11
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5)
Zooming
Simply press UP and DOWN arrow buttons while in the still
camera mode to zoom in or out. A zoom indicator bar will be
displayed on the screen as you adjust zoom. (Fig. 12)
Fig. 12
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Entering the Primary Settings Screen
Pressing Setting button while in the live screen will take you to
the primary settings screen. (Fig. 13) Pressing Back button at
any point will take you back to the live screen.
Fig. 13
 Color or Monochrome
In the Setup screen, select Color or Monochrome and press OK
button, then the Color or Monochrome setting screen will appear.
(Fig. 14)
 Color is the default mode.
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Use the LEFT/RIGHT button to move to the desired option,
then press OK button to save configuration and exit, or press
Back button to exit without saving changes.
 Format Media
In the Setup screen, select Format Media and press OK button,
then the Format Media setting screen will appear. (Fig. 15)
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If you want to format the media (in most cases, it is the Micro
SD card), use the LEFT/RIGHT button to select Yes, then press
OK button to begin formatting. When formatting finished, it will
take you back to the primary settings screen.
If you do not wish to format media, use the LEFT/RIGHT
button to select No, then press OK button to return to previous
menu, or press Back button to exit.
NOTE: Before performing the formatting, make sure you have
reviewed the recorded files thoroughly!
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Help
This function provides the firmware version information.
In the Setup screen, select Help and press OK button, then the
firmware version screen will appear. (Fig. 16)
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Entering the Secondary Settings Screen
While in the Primary Settings Screen (Fig. 13), select Advanced
Settings from Setup and then press OK button, you will enter
the secondary settings screen (Fig. 17) where you can set Date
and Time, Language and TV-out as needed. Pressing Back
button at any point will bring you back to the primary settings
screen and pressing it again will bring back to the live screen.
Fig.17
 Date and Time
In the Advanced Settings screen, select Date and Time and
press OK button, then the Date and Time setting screen will
appear. (Fig. 18)
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Fig.18
Use the LEFT/RIGHT button to move to the desired dialog box,
then use the UP/DOWN button to increase or decrease the
number. When finished, press OK button to save configuration
and exit, or press Back button to exit without saving changes.
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Language
In the Advanced Settings screen, select Language and press
OK button, then the Language setting screen will appear. (Fig.
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 English is the default language.
Fig. 19
Use the UP/DOWN button to move to the desired language, then
press OK button to save configuration and exit, or press Back
button to exit without saving changes.
 TV-out
In the Advanced Settings screen, select TV out and press OK
button, then the TV output setting screen will appear. (Fig. 20)
 NTSC is the default standard.
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Fig. 20
Use the UP/DOWN button to select the desired setting, then
press OK button to save configuration and exit, or press Back
button to exit without saving changes.
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Capturing a Photo
When in the live screen, make sure the camera icon is present at
the top left portion of the screen. (Fig. 21) Press OK button to
capture a photo and simultaneously the photo has been saved to
internal memory or the Micro SD card if available.
Fig. 21
NOTE: Figure at the top left under the camera icon indicates
how many photos you can save in the space left.
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Capturing a Video
While in the live screen, make sure the video icon is present at
the top left portion of the screen. Press OK button to start
capturing video (Fig. 22). You will notice that a red REC icon
appears at the top right portion of the screen, just below battery
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capacity icon. This shows that video is capturing. The time at the
top left portion, just below video icon, will begin counting. This
indicates how long the video has been captured. Press OK button
again to stop capturing a video.
Fig. 22
It may take few seconds to save the captured video to internal
memory. The tool could capture a video approximately 80s
without a Micro SD card.
NOTE: before capturing a video, figure at the top left under
the video icon indicates how long a section of video you can
save in the space left. (Fig.23)
Fig. 23
10) Playing Back and Deleting Captured Photos and Videos
Pressing Play button, the captured photo and video files will
display on the screen. (Fig. 24) Photos and videos captured will
be saved at separate files based on different format.
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Fig. 24
While viewing these photos and videos, press OK button to
select, and then the screen will display as below (Fig.25). The
digit on the top left portion of the screen shows sequence number
of the playing file and total number of files in the folder.
Fig.25
Use the LEFT button to play the previous file, the RIGHT
button to the next file. Or, use the UP button to play the file on
the previous line, the DOWN button to the file on the next line.
While selecting a video to play, press OK button to start,
suspend or resume the process. Anytime pressing BACK button
will stop playing and exit.
While reviewing a photo or video, press Trash Can/Reverse
button to delete the recorded files, and the screen will display as
below. (Fig.26)
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Fig. 26
Select Yes to confirm your selection and press OK button to
delete the file, or select No to cancel the command and press OK
button to exit.
NOTE: Files or videos only can be deleted one by one!
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When you delete all the photos or videos, a “No Files
Available” message appears on the screen. (Fig. 27)
Fig. 27
4.6 Icons
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Battery Capacity – Fully charged battery.
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Micro SD card – Indicates a Micro SD card has been
inserted into the tool.
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Still Camera – Indicates the tool is operating in still camera
mode.
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4)
Video Camera – Indicates the tool is operating in video
camera mode.
4.7 Software Update
NOTE: The tool supports software update when there is new
progress with software or system. We offer free update file for the
tool.
1) Format your Micro SD card to FAT file format on a computer.
2) Visit our website www.auteltech.com and download software
update file to your Micro SD card.
3) Insert your Micro SD card into the Micro SD card slot. (See 3.5
Micro SD card Installation)
4) Press Power button to turn on the tool and then press UP button
until the update screen pop up, select YES to upgrade the tool
(Fig. 28)
Fig. 28
5)
When the software updates successfully, restart the tool again to
complete update.
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Troubleshooting
5. Troubleshooting
SYMPTOMS
Display is on, but does not
show image.
POSSIBLE
REASONS
Cable
connection is
loose.
Imager head is
covered by
debris.
SOLUTIONS
Check and
reattach.
Check if it is
covered by
debris.
LED on imager head are dim
at max brightness, display
changes between monochrome,
color display turns itself OFF
after a short period.
Low battery.
Charge battery.
The tool will not turn on.
Dead battery.
Replace battery.
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Warranty Information
6. Warranty Information
6.1 Limited One Year Warranty
Autel warrants to its customers that this product will be free from all
defects in materials and workmanship for a period of one (1) year from
the date of the original purchase, subject to the following terms and
conditions:
1) The sole responsibility of Autel under the Warranty is limited to
either the repair or, at the option of Autel, replacement of the tool at
no charge with Proof of Purchase. The sales receipt may be used for
this purpose.
2) This warranty does not apply to damages caused by improper use,
accident, flood, lightning, or if the product was altered or repaired
by anyone other than the Manufacturer’s Service Center.
3) Autel shall not be liable for any incidental or consequential damages
arising from the use, misuse, or mounting of the tool.
4) All information in this manual is based on the latest information
available at the time of publication and no warranty can be made
for its accuracy or completeness. Autel reserves the right to make
changes at any time without notice.
6.2 Service Procedures
If you have any questions, please contact your local store, distributor or
visit our website at www.auteltech.com.
If it becomes necessary to return the tool for repair, contact your local
distributor for more information.
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