udr777hd video surveillance system

udr777hd video surveillance system
UDR777HD
VIDEO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM
© 2016 Uniden America Corporation
Irving, Texas
Issue 1, June 2016
Printed in China
CUSTOMER CARE
At Uniden®, we care about you!
If you need assistance, please do NOT return this product to your place of purchase.
Quickly find answers to your questions by:
1. Reading this owner’s manual.
2. Visiting our customer support website at www.uniden.com.
CONTENTS
Customer Care..............................................................................................2
GETTING STARTED.......................................................................5
FEATURE LIST.................................................................................................5
WHAT’S INCLUDED......................................................................................6
GETTING TO KNOW THE UDR777HD SYSTEM...........................7
HARDWARE....................................................................................................7
UDR777HD Monitor...............................................................................7
UDR777HD Camera (UDRC57HD).....................................................8
SET UP THE HARDWARE............................................................................9
Monitor.......................................................................................................9
Camera........................................................................................................9
install Cameras...................................................................................... 10
MONITOR SCREEN.................................................................................... 10
UDR777HD OPERATION......................................................................... 12
Live View Screen................................................................................... 13
UDR777HD Live Screen Icons.......................................................... 13
UDR777HD SCREEN DESCRIPTIONS........................................ 17
OVERVIEW.................................................................................................... 17
PLAYBACK.................................................................................................... 17
ALARM.......................................................................................................... 19
BRIGHTNESS................................................................................................ 19
GENERAL SETTINGS.................................................................................. 20
Camera Setup Screen......................................................................... 22
Recording Setup Screen.................................................................... 25
System Settings Screen...................................................................... 28
Motion Detection Settings Screen................................................. 33
Network Setup Screen........................................................................ 35
Firmware Upgrade Screen................................................................ 38
ADDING NEW CAMERAS........................................................................ 41
Pair Cameras.......................................................................................... 42
UDR777HD BASIC OPERATION............................................................ 42
MAINTAINING YOUR SYSTEM.................................................. 45
UPGRADING YOUR UDR777HD MONITOR FIRMWARE............... 45
TAKING CARE OF YOUR HARDWARE................................................. 45
Monitor.................................................................................................... 45
Cameras................................................................................................... 45
MANAGING RECORDED FILES.............................................................. 46
Copying Files from the SD Card to your Computer................. 46
SOLVING PROBLEMS................................................................ 47
INTERFERENCE........................................................................................... 48
SPECIFICATIONS....................................................................... 50
Compliance Information.......................................................... 54
RF Exposure Information................................................................... 54
FCC Part 15 Compliance.................................................................... 54
IC Compliance....................................................................................... 54
One-Year Limited Warranty..................................................... 55
UDR777HD Operation Basics................................................... 40
MANUALLY RECORDING LIVE VIDEO (NOT SCHEDULED).......... 40
PLAYING BACK RECORDED VIDEO...................................................... 40
Uniden surveillance products are not manufactured and/or sold with the intent to be used for illegal purposes. Uniden expects consumer’s use of these
products to be in compliance with all local, state and federal law. For further information on video surveillance and audio recording legal requirements,
please consult your local, state and federal law.
© 2016. All rights allowed by law are hereby reserved.
GETTING STARTED
FEATURE LIST
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850nm IR LED distance up to 10m
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7” TFT LCD Digital panel (1024 x 600)
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Two-way audio
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Scan function
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PIR- or motion detection-triggered recording
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Manual recording
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Touch screen operation
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Schedule recordings from Sunday to Saturday
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SD card external storage, up to128GB supported (8GB Class 4 included)
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One LCD monitor can pair four cameras
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Monitor : 5v DC 2A Power adaptor (+/-5%)
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Camera: 9v DC 600mA (+/-10%)
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RF range: 984 feet [300 meters (Line of sight)]
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New recording indicator/ Memory card full indicator
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Quad view
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PIR trigger and Video motion detect alert
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Night vision up to 40 feet
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Direct connection to router for remote access to live and recorded video
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No monthly fee
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WHAT’S INCLUDED
You should have the following items:
(1) UDR777HD Monitor
(2) 9V 600mA Power Adapter
(Camera)
(2) Camera with stand
(2) Antenna (may be
attached to camera)
Not Shown:
• (1) 5V 2A Power Adapter (Monitor)
• (1) Ethernet (RJ45) Cable
• 8G SD Card
• (1) 3.7V 2000mA Battery
(Monitor)
• Mounting Hardware (2 sets)
• Quick Start Guide
Images may vary slightly
from product.
If any items are missing or damaged, visit our website at www.uniden.com for assistance.
Never use damaged products!
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GETTING TO KNOW THE UDR777HD SYSTEM
HARDWARE
UDR777HD MONITOR
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No. What it is
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LCD Screen: Displays video from the camera(s) or system operation interface.
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Microphone
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Wireless Antenna
Power Button/ Scan Button: Press and hold about 5 seconds to turn the receiver on/off.
Press and release while the unit is powered on to turn Scan mode on/off.
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Speaker
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Power Port: Connert to a local power outlet using the included power adapter.
Ethernet Port (RJ45): Connect the receiver to your router using the included Ethernet cable
to enable smartphone / tablet connectivity.
Reset: Using a paper clip or other thin object, push the reset button to restore the system to
its default settings.
Receiver Stand
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No.
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What it is
Battery Cover
Volume Up
Volume Down
Talk. Press and hold to talk through the camera. Release to listen for a response.
SD Card Slot. Insert SD card for recording videos.
Blue LED
Flashing - Battery power is low
UDR777HD CAMERA (UDRC57HD)
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No.
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What it is
Camera Antenna: Sends and receiveds signals to/from the monitor.
IR LEDs. Infrared LEDs provide viewing in low/ no light conditions.
Camera Lens: Catches the video in front of the lens and transmits video from camera to
monitor.
Light Sensor: Sense brightness for changing between daytime and nighttime vision
Microphone: Transmit audio to monitor.
Pair Button: The pair button is located on the front of the camera. It is used to pair the
camera with monitor.
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What it is
PIR Sensor: Detects motion in front of the lens and emits detection signal to transmitter.
Speaker: Produces the sound transmitted from the monitor.
Adjustment screws: Adjusts the camera up/down and clockwise/counterclockwise.
SET UP THE HARDWARE
MONITOR
1. Flip out the stand on the back of the monitor and position the antennas.
2. Connect the 5V AC adapter to the power input on the rear of the monitor. Connect the other
end of the adapter to a 120 volt AC (standard indoor) power outlet.
The monitor comes with a partial charge. Plug it in and let it charge for a full 8 - 9 hours
before using it.
3. Press and hold the POWER button on the top of the monitor for 3 - 4 seconds to power it up.
4. The monitor displays the Uniden Guardian screen for a few seconds and then transitions to the
LIVE view.
The screen remains dark until the cameras are powered up.
CAMERA
General
The UDR777HD cameras included with your monitor are weatherproof and have an IP65
rating. Water can be sprayed on them and they will still work; however, the cameras cannot be
submerged.
Although the cameras can be exposed directly to the rain, it is recommended that, if they are used
outdoors, they be mounted under some type of cover like a patio overhang or eave. As rainwater
drops start to dry on the camera glass, it can create spots that will reflect the light from the infrared
LEDs used for night vision, thus causing lower quality video.
Also, as dust, grime, and cobwebs accumulate on the camera glass, they can reflect light from the
infrared LED and might lower video quality. Periodically clean the lens glass with a soft cloth.
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Placement Considerations
Consider the following when placing cameras:
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The clearest line-of-sight between the camera and monitor is best.
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Walls, especially brick and concrete, shorten the transmission distance.
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Placement next to windows allows better transmission.
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Optimized motion detection range is 6 - 18 feet for the camera. The farther away an object is, the
less accurate the motion detection.
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Avoid having a direct light source in the view of the camera, including street lights, ceiling or
floor lamps, spotlights in the driveway, etc.
••
Rainfall, pool water ripples/reflections, tree/shrub leaves blowing in the wind - and the shadows
they create - can generate motion detection false alarms.
INSTALL CAMERAS
When you are positioning the camera, bring the monitor along; it’s much easier to get the camera
into the right position when you have the display handy.
The monitor’s battery will last about 2 hours on its own.
1. Install the antennas (if needed), position the camera where you want it, plug it into power, and
check video on the monitor. Move the camera if the view is not what you want.
2. Hold the base of the camera stand where you want to mount it and mark the location of the
screw holes.
3. Use the included screws and anchors to attach the base to the wall or ceiling.
4. Tug gently on the stand to make sure it is securely in place.
MONITOR SCREEN
The UDR777HD monitor’s screen has 3 main parts:
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Live View area. The main screen area displays live video from the camera(s).
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Pop Out Menu Tab. Tap this tab to display 4 menus that let you manage the UDR777HD system.
See page 17 for details.
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Icon bars. Icons display on the top and bottom of the monitor screen. See page 13 for icon details.
Viewing Modes
The Live View area displays live video from the cameras. Each camera can display in its own section
of the screen or on the full screen. The number of cameras that display depends on how many
cameras are turned on (see page 23).
There are 4 viewing modes:
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Multi-Channel mode (Dual or Quad).
If you have 2 cameras turned on, video displays in Dual mode.
If you have 3 or 4 cameras cameras turned on, video displays in Quad mode.
DUAL MODE
Camera 1
QUAD MODE
Camera 2
Camera 3
Camera 4
Camera 2
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Camera 1
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Single Channel mode displays one camera at a time on full screen. From Dual or Quad channel
mode, tap the center of a channel’s screen to display that channel in full screen. Press to
change between the channels. Tap the center of the image to return to the previous mode.
Channel Cycling Modes
There are two ways to cycle between channels - Scan and Auto Sequence.
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With Scan mode, the monitor’s screen and speakers are off until a camera detects motion. That
camera then displays at full screen (sound and video on) until there has been no motion for 15
seconds. After that, the monitor screen turns off again. Quickly press and release POWER to turn
Scan mode on and off.
In Auto Sequence mode, each channel displays automatically in sequence in full screen. Access this
mode from Single channel mode. Tap to turn on Auto Sequence mode; SEQ displays. Tap SEQ to
turn it off and return to Dual mode.
Single channel mode
Quickly press and release
POWER button.
(Scan mode ON)
Scan mode
Quickly press and release
POWER button.
(Scan mode OFF)
Sequence mode
(SEQ displays)
Tap SEQ.
Dual/Quad channel mode
Quickly press and release
POWER button.
(Scan mode ON)
Scan mode
Quickly press and release
POWER button.
(Scan mode OFF)
Dual/Quad channel mode
Tap center of channel screen to
enter single channel mode.
Dual/Quad channel mode
UDR777HD OPERATION
Your UDR777HD monitor operates through a series of screens that let you choose groups of
operations. For example, when you tap PLAYBACK in the pop-up menus, you can view recorded
files. Tapping GENERAL SETTINGS lets you set up how your system will operate (i.e., camera setup,
recording schedule, motion detection sensitivity, etc.).
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LIVE VIEW SCREEN
The Live View screen is the monitor’s main screen that displays video from your camera(s). You can
have the system display a single camera or you can set the screen to display all of them. You can
also set the screen to cycle between all live video feeds. Tap the
icon to change the Live screen
video displays.
UDR777HD LIVE SCREEN ICONS
Different icons display on the monitor screen depending on what is going on with your cameras.
This image shows an example of what could be on your screen (the video image is removed to
make it easier to see the icons). A table follows of possible icons and their definitions.
Live Screen Icon Example
SD Card
Indicator
Recording
Indicator
SD Card
Microphone Overwrite
Signal
Strength
Camera
Number
Power
Level
New Record
Indicator
Pop-Up
Menu Tab
Network
Connection
Status
Displays if new
download
available
Change
Channels
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Motion Recording
Indicator
Date and
Time
Zoom
Volume
NOTE: Icons on the screen display in BLUE. Icons that display will vary
according to system configuration.
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What the Icons Mean
UDR777HD Icon
SIGNAL INDICATOR
SD CARD
What it does
• Shows how strong the camera’s signal is. Signal ranges from 4 bars down to
0 bars (out of range). This graphic displays if an SD card is inserted into the monitor.
If blue, recording space is available.
If red, the SD card is full.
Tap this icon to view recorded files.
NEW RECORD
INDICATOR
New recordings are saved on the SD card.
RECORDING
INDICATOR
NETWORK STATUS
INDICATOR
TIME STAMP
SD CARD
OVERWRITE
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When this icon flashes red, it indicates that recording is in progress.
• Green - System is connected to the internet and the monitor is connected
with internet mode.
• Yellow - System is connected to internet and the monitor is connected with
intranet mode.
• Red - Connection has failed or system is not connected to a network.
Current date/time in month/day/year, hour/minute/second format.
Displays if the SD card is allowed to overwrite files when it is full. (See page
15)
UDR777HD Icon
CHANNEL
INDICATOR
BATTERY INDICATOR
ZOOM INDICATOR
VOLUME INDICATOR
TALK BACK
INDICATOR
What it does
Displays the current channel number you are currently viewing. If viewing
multiple cameras at once, the camera indicator will appear above each video
display.
Indicates the LCD monitor’s battery life:
• Flashing Red - Low battery
• Blue - Full battery
• Flashing Blue - Charging
When you tap this icon on the screen, the monitor breaks the screen image
into 5 areas. Tap the area you want to see in Zoom. That area displays in 2X
size and the magnifying glass icon changes to the arrows icon (
). Tap
the arrows icon to exit Zoom mode.
The Volume Indicator displays when you tap + or − to raise or lower the
volume while in single channel display. It indicates current audio volume. displays when the volume is off (mute).
Displays when TALK is pressed. Press and hold TALK on the side of the
monitor to talk back through the camera. Release TALK to wait for a reply.
NEW DOWLOAD
Displays if new firmware is available.
SEQUENCE
INDICATOR
Displays when the monitor is in auto switch mode; it will change channels
automatically.
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UDR777HD Icon
What it does
CHANGE CHANNEL
Tap this icon to manually change channels. See page 11.
MOTION RECORDING
INDICATOR
Indicates motion detection status.
• Blue - Automatic recording OFF. Press BLUE icon to record. Icon turns
RED.
• Red - Automatic recording ON. Press RED icon to stop recording. Icon
turns BLUE.
POP-UP MENU TAB
Tap to access the pop up menu system.
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UDR777HD SCREEN DESCRIPTIONS
OVERVIEW
This section describes the UDR777HD pop-up menu screens in detail. These pop-up menus enable
you to:
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Play back recorded video files
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Set alarms
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Set the brightness level for each camera connected (single channel display only)
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Set up cameras for recording, motion detection, and other system and network requirements.
Tap
and the pop-up menus display.
PLAYBACK
Manage recorded files with this screen. You can see what recorded files you have, play them, and
delete them.
1. Tap
. The following screen displays.
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2. Days that are highlighted have recorded files. Tap the day you want to review and a list of
recordings for that day displays.
3. Tap the record you want and it plays, with a control bar across the bottom of the screen.
Stop
Forward
Next
Record
Home
Play/Pause
Back
Reverse
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Previous
Record
Delete
Record
4. When the file finishes, the monitor displays the Recording File List screen again.
5. Tap the
icon to delete the file if desired.
ALARM
When motion triggers the camera to begin recording, the monitor sounds an alarm tone. This
screen lets you determine how loud that tone will be.
1. Tap
. The following screen displays.
2. Tap + or - to increase or decrease the alarm volume. Tap when you are finished.
BRIGHTNESS
This feature allows you to set each camera’s brightness level from single camera mode.
1. Tap
. The following screen displays.
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2. Tap + or - to increase or decrease the selected camera’s brightness. Tap when you are
finished.
GENERAL SETTINGS
The General Settings screen contains 6 subsections, each of which may contain sub-screens These
sub-screens let you set features about your system. You can turn cameras on and off, establish
a specific schedule for specific cameras to record, set the date and time, and motion detection
sensitivity, among other features. The rest of this section provides details using these screens.
Tap the following icons as they
appear on the screens:
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This screen should display:
Main Screen
Camera Setup
(see page 22)
Sub-Screens
What it Does
Pairing (see page 22) This system comes with cameras already paired. Use
Pairing to assign these cameras to different channels
or to pair additional new cameras to the monitor.
ON/OFF
Makes the cameras visible to the monitor.
(see page 23)
Resolution
Adjusts the video quality of each camera.
(see page 24)
Recording
Duration
Set the length of time the camera records once motion
Setup
(see page 26)
sensitivity tiggers the camera to record. Choices are
(see page 22)
15 seconds, 30 seconds, or 1 minute (Default - 15
seconds)
Schedule Recording Set up a schedule for pre-determined recording times
(see page 26)
and lengths.
File Overwrite
Overwrites the oldest recorded data on the SD card
(see page 22)
once the card is full.
Audio On/Off
Turns microphones on or off for each camera.
System Settings Date & Time
• Time Setting. Set the current time (including
Daylight Savings Time).
(see page 28)
(see page 29)
• Time Zone. Set the time zone for your UDR777HD
system.
Time Zone
• Set the time zone for your UDR777HD system.
(see page 30)
• Enable/Disable Daylight Savings Time
Language
Changes language setting for the monitor.
(see page 31)
Default Settings
Restores the UDR777HD to default settings..
(see page 22)
Format SD Card
Reformats the SD card and deletes all existing data.
(see page 32)
Information
Displays firmware information for the monitor and
(see page 32)
each camera.
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Main Screen
Motion
Detection
Settings
(see page 23)
Network Setup
(see page 23)
Firmware
Upgrade
(see page 23)
Sub-Screens
What it Does
A single screen lets you set motion detection sensitivity for each camera.
It also lets you determine which viewing areas for each camera should be
masked from motion detection.
Advanced Setup
Set up Dynamic or Static IP address
(see page 35)
Reset Password
Reset U Guard app password to the default (000000).
(see page 36)
Information
Displays information about your network and the
(see page 37)
monitor’s unique UID number.
Lets you select how you want to upgrade your firmware (from SD card or
from server).
CAMERA SETUP SCREEN
The Camera Setup screen lets you:
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Pair cameras
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Turn cameras on and off
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Adjust the resolution
Pairing
Your cameras are paired to the monitor at the factory to channels 1 and 2. When you add a new
camera to your system, you have to “introduce” the camera and monitor to each other so they can
communicate.
You can also use this procedure to move a camera from one channel to a different channel.
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Some things to know about pairing cameras:
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If a camera is already assigned to the selected channel, the pairing operation overwrites that
camera link with the new one.
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Only pair one camera at a time! The monitor links to the first camera it detects. If two or more
cameras are in pairing mode, you can’t control which camera the monitor will detect first.
Tap the following icons as they
appear on the screens:
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This screen should display:
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1. Tap Pairing on the Camera Setup screen.
2. Tap the channel number you want to pair the camera to.
3. A message displays with instructions to press the PAIR button on the camera. Press and release
the PAIR button on the front of the camera (see page 8). A 30-second countdown begins.
You must press the PAIR button on the front of the camera during the 30-second countdown;
otherwise, the camera will not be paired.
4. The system displays live video 3 seconds after the camera is successfully paired.
On/Off
When you add a camera to your system, pair up the camera with the monitor and the system will
automatically turn it on.
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Tap the following icons as they
appear on the screens:
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This screen should display:
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1. Tap the switch bar under the camera you want to turn on or off.
2. The switch bar indicator turns green when the camera is on. It is greyed out when the camera
is off.
Although the camera is turned off, it is still powered. The monitor will not receive video
signals from that camera.
3. Tap
to return to the previous screen.
Resolution
Tap the following icons as they
appear on the screens:
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
This screen should display:
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1. Tap High or Low to set the resolution for each camera (High - 1080; Low - 720p).
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2. Tap
to return to the previous screen and tap it again to return to the general Settings
screen.
RECORDING SETUP SCREEN
Use the Recording Setup screen to:
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Set the length of time the system will automatically record when something triggers motion
sensitivity.
••
Schedule a set time and duration to automatically record from a specific camera.
••
Set up file retention requirements
••
Turn camera’s sound on or off for recording
Tap the following icons as they
appear on the screens:
This screen should display:
Recording Setup
Recording Period after Last Motion Event
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Duration
Schedule Recording
File Overwrite
Audio On/Off
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Duration
You can set how long the camera keeps recording after motion detection triggers it. The options
are 15 seconds, 30 seconds, or 1 minute. (Default = 15 seconds)
1. Tap the duration you wish to set.
2. Tap
to return to the previous screen.
Schedule Recording
This feature lets you set up a block of time for a camera to record on a weekly schedule. You can
set up multiple cameras to record at the same time and the recording times can overlap between
cameras.
Total recording time is limited to the space available on the SD card. If you set the SD
card to delete the oldest files when it is full (see page 27), the system continues recording;
otherwise, recording stops until space is available.
1. Tap
; the Schedule Recording Overview screen displays.
2. Tap MODIFY in the lower left corner. The Schedule Recording Setup screen displays.
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3. Select a camera. If you want more than one camera to record at the same time, select both
cameras.
4. Set the recording start and end times.
●● Tap the AM/PM block to toggle between them.
●● Tap the hour and minute boxes separately and tap the up and down arrows to set the
start and end times in HH:MM format.
●● Tap the days for which this recording schedule applies.
5. Tap SAVE. The system returns to the Schedule Recording Overview screen with the recording
period indicated.
6. Tap MODIFY again to set up another recording session to schedule.
Scheduled recordings are broken up into 5 minute file sizes. For example, if you record a 12
minute event, you will have two 5-minute recordings plus one 2-minute recording.
7. Tap
to return to the previous screen.
File Overwrite
This feature lets you set the system to automatically overwrite the oldest files once the SD card is
full. This will allow you to continue recording. If you do not allow overwrite, recording stops when
the SD card is full.
1. Tap to access the File Overwrite function. The following screen gives you the option of
allowing File Overwrite (tap YES) or, if File Overwrite is on, cancelling it (tap NO).
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2. Tap
to return to the previous screen and again to return to the general Settings screen.
Audio On/Off
This feature lets you turn the microphone on or off for any camera.
Recording Setup
Turn recording audio on/off
1
2
Toggle the ON/OFF button under the desired camera.
SYSTEM SETTINGS SCREEN
Use these setting options to configure your system:
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4
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Date and Time
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Time Zone
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Language
••
Default Settings
••
Format Memory Card
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Information
Tap the following icons as they
appear on the screens:
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This screen should display:
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Date and Time
1. Tap
to access the Date & Time screen.
2. Tap the up or down arrow to set the month, day, and year.
3. Tap the up or down arrow to set the time.
●● Tap the AM/PM block to toggle between them.
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●● Tap the up or down arrows to set the correct hour and minute.
4. Tap Synchronize with an internet time server if you want the internet clock to set your time
automatically.
You must keep your system connected to your wireless network using the Ethernet cable in
order to synchronize with the internet time server.
5. Tap
to return to the previous screen.
Time Zone
Time Zone allows you to set the time zone your monitor is in. Your system will know that your
request refers to the time zone the monitor is in. [Default = (GMT-5:00) Eastern Time (USA &
Canada)].
1. Tap
. The Time Zone screen displays.
2. Scroll up and down to your camera’s time zone and then tap it. The most commonly used time
zones for this system are:
●● GMT-05:00 - Eastern Time (Default)
●● GMT-06:00 - Central Time
●● GMT-07:00 - Mountain Time
●● GMT-08:00 - Pacific Time
●● GMT-09:00 - Alaska Time
●● GMT-10:00 - Hawaii-Time
3. Tap the next option to turn Daylight Savings Time on or off.
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4. Tap
to return to the previous screen.
Language
Tap
to set the language used on your system. Options are English, Español, and Français.
1. Tap the language you want your system to use.
2. Tap
. The system returns to the previous screen and automatically changes over to the
requested language; no reboot is necessary.
Default Settings
1. Tap
to return your system to the original default settings.
2. Tap YES on the Restore Default Settings screen.
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3. Tap OK to confirm the reset.
4. Tap
to return to the previous screen.
Format SD Card
Formatting the SD card erases all data stored on the card. (Default = NO)
1. Tap
to reformat your SD card.
2. Tap YES on the All stored files will be deleted! screen (Default = NO). A confirmation screen
displays. Tap YES to it.
3. A progress bar displays on the screen. After formating is complete, a Format OK message
displays and the system returns to the System Setting screen.
Information
This screen lists the firmware information of the monitor and all cameras paired to it.
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1. Tap
2. Tap
to display the screen.
to return to the previous screen.
Uniden recomments that you check your monitor firmware version against the most recent
version (http://www.uniden.com/page/downloads) at least twice a year. If you need to
upgrade your monitor firmware, see page 33.
3. Tap
to return to the general Settings screen.
MOTION DETECTION SETTINGS SCREEN
Video motion detection settings control how strong the motion needs to be to trigger recording.
This settings screen also lets you mask off any areas in the image for the camera to ignore. For
example, you may have trees in the image area that would set off motion detection if there is a
breeze.
Tap the following icons as they
appear on the screens:

This screen should display:
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Sensitivity
This selection allows you to set the camera’s motion detection sensitivity levels to High, Low, or Off.
1. Tap
. The following screen displays.
2. Tap High, Low, or Off to set sensitivity.
3. Tap
to return to the previous screen.
Mask Area
Use this selection to mask off any parts of the viewing area you do NOT want to be included for
motion detection.
Note: the video image is removed to make it easier to see the masking grid.
1. Tap
. The Mask Area screen displays, superimposed over the image from that camera.
Motion Detection Settings
Mask Area
Select All
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Detection Area
Delete All
2. Tap the squares that cover the areas of the image you do not want affected by motion
detection.
3. When you are finished, tap
to return to the Motion Detection Settings screen.
4. Tap
to return to the general Settings screen.
NETWORK SETUP SCREEN
This selection lets you determine your network connection type, reset the APP password, and
review your network details.
Tap
to see the Network Setup screen and option.
Advanced Setup
1. Tap
to display the Advanced Setup screen.
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2. Tap on your selection and fill in the fields requested. Tap SAVE.
DHCP
Static IP
3. Tap on your selection and fill in the fields requested.
DCHP is the most common connection. Your router will automatically assign an IP address
to your UDR777HD system. Static IP is for those that have the ability to specify an IP address
for their system.
4. Reboot the monitor when prompted.
Reset Password
The Reset Password feature resets the Uniden U Guard app’s password to the default (000000).
Tap YES; the Reset Password screen displays again. Tap
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to return to the Network Setup screen.
Tap
to return to the general Settings screen.
Information
This screen displays current IP informatiion when the system is connected to the internet.
Tap
to display the Information screen, then tap
to return to the Information screen.
IP State
Tap
to return to the general Settings screen.
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FIRMWARE UPGRADE SCREEN
Uniden recomments that you periodically check your monitor firmware version against the most
recent version (www.uniden.com or www.support.uniden.com). See page 45 to copy the new
firmware to your monitor’s SD card.
Tap the following icons as they
appear on the screens:

This screen should display:

Upgrade from SD Card
1. Tap
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to upgrade the firmware through the SD card. A confirmation screen displays. Tap YES.
2. A progress screen displays.
3. When the update is complete, the monitor displays Firmware Upgrade Successful and
automatically reboots.
Upgrade from Server
1.
2.
3.
4.
Use the Ethernet cable (provided) to connect your monitor to your router.
Tap
to upgrade the firmware through the Server.
A confirmation screen displays. Tap YES.
The system checks to see if new firmware is available. If new firmware is available, the monitor
installs it and automatically reboots.
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UDR777HD OPERATION BASICS
This section gives you instructions on how to perform the most commonly used actions for the
UDR777HD. There is also a table of other actions you might find useful.
MANUALLY RECORDING LIVE VIDEO (NOT SCHEDULED)
1. From a single-channel mode Live view screen, tap the blue
for the camera to begin
recording. The icon blinks and turns red while recording.
2. Tap it again to stop recording. The icon stops blinking and turns blue.
You can record from all cameras at the same time. However, you must manually activate recording
on each camera. Repeat the steps above for each camera.
PLAYING BACK RECORDED VIDEO
There are two ways to access recorded video files. You can either tap the SD card icon (
) on the
Live screen or you can tap the Playback pop-up menu (
). Either way, the following screen
displays.
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1. Tap on the highlighted day containing the recording you want to view or on a specific camera
to only view that camera’s recordings. The Recording File List screen displays those recordings.
If you tap on a day that is not highlighted, there will be no action taken at all.
2. Tap on the recording you want to view. It begins playing. Control icons display across the
bottom of the screen (see page 18).
3. Tap on any area of the screen that does not have control icons to bring up the playback
progress bar. Tap any area again to close it.
While playback progress is visible, you can fast forward/rewind by dragging the playback bar
forwards or backwards.
On the playback progress bar, tap the double arrow to skip forward or backwards about 10
seconds. Tap the arrow and bar to skip to the next or previous video.
4. When playback ends, tap to return to the Recording File List.
ADDING NEW CAMERAS
Your monitor supports a total of four active cameras at a time; your UDR777HD comes with two
cameras already paired to your monitor. When you add a camera, you have to pair it to the monitor
(that is, you have to “introduce” the camera and monitor to each other so they can communicate).
••
If a camera is already assigned to the channel you want to assign the new camera to, the monitor
overwrites the existing camera link with the new one.
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••
Only pair one camera at a time! The monitor links to the first camera it detects. If two or more
cameras are in pairing mode, you can’t control which camera the monitor will detect first.
PAIR CAMERAS
1. From the Pairing Camera screen (see “Pairing” on page 22), tap the camera image you want
to pair. A processing icon displays for a 60 second countdown.
2. During the 60 second countdown, quickly press and release the Pairing button on that camera
(see “Pairing” on page 22).
3. The system automatically adjusts the Live View screen accordingly.
UDR777HD BASIC OPERATION
To do this...
Manually start/stop recording video
From monitor, do this...
Set up automatic recording schedule
1.From General Settings/Recording Setup, tap
icon.
The Schedule Recording Overview screen displays.
2.Tap MODIFY to view the Recording Setup screen.
(See”Schedule Recording” on page 26.)
Delete recording schedule
1.From General Settings/Recording Setup, tap
icon.
The Schedule Recording Overview screen displays.
2.Select the day you want to modify and tap MODIFY
to view the recording schedule for that day
(See”Schedule Recording” on page 26.)
3.Select the camera(s) whose schedule you want to
delete. Enter the schedule (or part of a schedule) you
want to delete and tap DELETE.
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1.Tap the blue
icon on the monitor screen.The icon
turns red and flashes, indicating that recording has
started.
2.Tap the icon again to stop recording. The icon turns
blue.
To do this...
Watch recorded video
From monitor, do this...
1.From the Main screen, tap the pop out menu tab and
then tap
. The Recording File List displays the
recorded files.
2.Tap the day you want to view, and then tap the file.
3.The video begins playing (see page 17).
Delete recorded videos
1.From the Recorded File List, tap
icon.
2.Tap YES to confirm deletion.
Download Uniden’s U Guard app to take and manage
snapshots of recorded video.
Take snapshots
View snapshots
Download Uniden’s U Guard app to take and manage
snapshots of recorded video.
Delete snapshots
Download Uniden’s U Guard app to take and manage
snapshots of recorded video.
Change password (mobile device
only)
Reset password (Resets the app
password)
Go to Network Setup/Reset Password (see page 36)
to change the U Guard app password.
1.From General Settings/Network Setup, tap
.
2.Tap YES to confirm the change.
3.The app returns to the default password (000000).
Hear audio from camera
From the Live View screen, tap
audible through the monitor.
. Sound is now
Tap the icon again to turn sound off.
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To do this...
Change channels (view a different
camera)
From monitor, do this...
1.Tap the
icon.
2.The next channel displays.
the camera’s signal status icon
shows no bars
1.Make sure the camera is plugged in.
2.Make sure that the camera’s antenna is attached and
the monitor’s antenna is extended.
3.Make sure the camera is paired to the correct
channel.
4.Re-pair the camera and monitor.
the camera won’t pair with the
monitor
1.Make sure the camera is plugged in.
2.Press and release the pairing button quickly. Do not
press and hold the pairing button.
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MAINTAINING YOUR SYSTEM
UPGRADING YOUR UDR777HD MONITOR FIRMWARE
Check your system firmware version on the Network Information screen.
Go to www.uniden.com and search for the UDR777HD product page. Check the current firmware
version.against your system firmware level. If you need to update your UDR777HD firmware,
download the most current firmware version to your system’s SD card and then upload that
firmware to the monitor.
1. Eject the SD card from the monitor.
2. Insert the SD card into the SD card adapter (included) and then insert it into your PC. If
your PCdoes not have an SD card slot, you will need to use an SD card to USB adapter (not
included.)
3. Go to www.unidenvideo.com.
4. Copy the current firmware to the SD card.
5. Remove the SD card and reinsert it into the monitor.
6. Upgrade the firmware (see page 39).
TAKING CARE OF YOUR HARDWARE
MONITOR
As you use your monitor keep the screen clean by wiping it with a microfiber cloth to remove
fingerprints, dust, etc.
CAMERAS
When dust and grime builds up on the camera lens and glass, it affects night vision capability. The
infrared light reflects off of the dust and grime, limiting the camera’s “vision.” Use a microfiber cloth
to regularly clean the cameras or when night vision video is cloudy or unclear.
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MANAGING RECORDED FILES
Over time, your SD card will fill up with recorded files. If there are files you need to keep, transfer
them to your computer for storage and remote viewing (see page 46). Otherwise, reformat your
SD card every 4 to 6 weeks (see page 32).
COPYING FILES FROM THE SD CARD TO YOUR COMPUTER
1.
2.
3.
4.
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Remove the SD card from the monitor.
Insert it into your computer’s SD card slot.
Navigate to the SD card and locate your files.
Copy them to the computer. These files can now be deleted from the SD card or the SD card
can be formatted.
SOLVING PROBLEMS
If you have any trouble with your system, try these simple steps. If you are still having a problem
with your camera, check the manual that came with your camera. If you still have a question, visit
the Uniden website at www.uniden.com for assistance.
If…
Try..
The motion sensor won’t
respond to movement.
• Increasing the sensitivity of the motion sensor (see page 34).
• Checking the masking pattern (see page 34).
The motion sensor goes off
when there’s nothing there.
• Decreasing the sensitivity of the motion sensor (see page 34).
• Checking placement considerations (see page 10).
I can’t play my video clips
in another program.
• For MAC: Download another video payer such as Elmedia player.
• For PC: Video will play in players such as Windows Media® Player if
an H.264 CODEC plug-in is installed.
I schedule a recording,
save the schedule, and the
recording does not happen
at the scheduled time.
• Check the settings on the Schedule Recording Setup screen (see
page 26.)
• Ensure that the system time is set to the current time.
• Make sure that the SD card is inserted into the monitor and there is
still memory available on that card.
The camera’s signal status
icon shows no bars.
• making sure the camera is plugged in.
• making sure the camera is paired to the correct channel.
• re-pairing the camera and monitor.
• moving the camera closer to the monitor; it might be out of range.
• making sure the camera is turned on in Camera Setup (see page
23).
The camera’s signal status
icon shows one or two bars
or the video quality is poor.
See page 9 for tips on improving video quality.
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If…
Try..
The camera won’t pair with
the monitor.
• making sure the camera is plugged in.
• pressing and releasing the pairing button quickly. Do not press and
hold the pairing button.
• Check if other cameras in the area are also in Pairing mode.
Disconnect power to other cameras.
When I power up my
monitor and cameras for
the first time, they seem
to be on but there is no
picture on the screen.
• verifying that the cameras are turned on (see page 54).
• verifying that the monitor is displaying a channel with a camera
assigned to it.
The monitor picture has
frozen.
I cannot remotely access
my recorded files.
Using a blunt object like an unbent paper clip to press RESET on the
back of the monitor to reset the monitor. The monitor turns off. Press
POWER to turn it back on.
• Verify that the monitor is connected to the internet.
• Verify that the time zone is set correctly for the monitor.
If you are away from your system, you will need someone to
verify these items for you.
INTERFERENCE
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with limits for a Class B digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules and ETSI (EN) 300328. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in residential installations. This equipment
generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy, and if not installed and used in accordance
with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this
equipment does cause interference to radio or television equipment reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
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••
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
••
Move the equipment away from the monitor.
••
Plug the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the monitor is
connected.
••
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/television technician for additional suggestions.
CAUTION! Any changes or modifications to this equipment not expressly approved by the
party responsible for compliance could void your authority to operate the equipment.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Camera Specifications
Image Sensor
1/2.7 inch FHD Single chip CMOS Image Sensor
Effective Pixel Area
1920 x 1080, 1280 x 720
Image Processing Format
H.264
Image Resolution / Frame Rate
Full High Definition 1080p (FHD) @10fps / High Definition 720p
@ 24fps
Lens
3.6mm F1.9
Low Light Resolution
1-8 lux
Low Light Solution
16 IR LEDs, 1 low light sensor
Night Vision
Up to 40 feet
IR cut filter
Yes
Viewing Angle / Field of View
101°
Automatic Gain Control
Auto
Automatic Electric Shutter
(AES) Speed
1/30~1/1000 Second
White Balance
Auto
Power Requirement
9V 600mA DC +/-10%
Power Consumption
310mA W/O IR, 520mA with IR
Operating Temperature Range
+14° F to 122° F
(-10° C to +50° C)
Operating Humidity Range
~ 85%
Dimensions
5.94 x 2.9 x 1.9 in
(51 x 74 x 49mm)
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Camera Specifications
Environment Rating
IP65
RoHS Compliance (Hazardous
Substances)
Yes
FCC ID
SJ8-UDRC57
IC ID
7644A-UDRC57
Camera Housing Material
Plastic
Monitor Specifications
Display Size / Type
7” TFT LCD Panel
Resolution
1024 x 600
Viewing Angle
H:120° V:140°
Response Time
Ton (Rise): 10ms Toff (Fall): 15ms
Power Requirement
5V/2A DC +/-10%
Power Consumption
750mA (Typical) 250mA (Charging current)
Battery Type/Capacity
3.7V 2000mAh
Hours of Battery
Operation
2 hr
Operating Temperature
Range
0~40° C
Operating Humidity
Range
0~85%
Dimensions
10.25 x 6.02 x .75 in, 260.5 x 153 x 19 mm
Regulation Compliance
FCC Part 15C 247/IC RSS210
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Monitor Specifications
RoHS Compliance
(Hazardous
Substances)
Yes
FCC ID
SJ8-UDR777HD
IC ID
7644A-UDR777HD
Recording/Display
Remote viewing via Android/iOS
Yes
Remote viewing to live and
recorded video
Yes
2-Way Audio
Yes
Record to SD Card
Yes
Multiple Camera Recording
Yes
Dual motion detection recording
Yes
Scheduled
Yes
Cameras supported
Yes
Digital zoom
Yes
720p
1080p
1 GB
1.2 hrs
1 hrs
2 GB
2.5 hrs
2.2 hrs
4 GB
4.9 hrs
4.3 hrs
Included 8 GB
10 hrs
8.6 hrs
Recording capacity at maximum
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Recording/Display
16 GB
19.8 hrs
17.1 hrs
32 GB
39.7 hrs
34.3 hrs
64 GB
79.5 hrs
68.5 hrs
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COMPLIANCE INFORMATION
RF Exposure Information
The antenna used for this transmitter must be installed to provide a separation distance of at least
20 cm (7.9”) from all persons and must not be collocated or operating in conjunction with any other
antenna or transmitter.
FCC Part 15 Compliance
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1)
This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void your
authority to operate the equipment.
Avis de conformité à la FCC : Ce dispositif a été testé et s’avère conforme à l’article 15 des règlements de la
Commission fédérale des communications (FCC). Ce dispositif est soumis aux conditions suivantes: 1) Ce
dispositif ne doit pas causer d’interférences nuisibles et; 2) Il doit pouvoir supporter les parasites qu’il reçoit,
incluant les parasites pouvant nuire à son fonctionnement.
Tout changement ou modification non approuvé expressément par la partie responsable pourrait annuler le
droit à l’utilisateur de faire fonctionner cet équipement.
IC Compliance
This device complies with Industry Canada license-exempt RSS standard(s). Operation is subject to the
following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause interference, and (2) this device must accept any
interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void your
authority to operate the equipment.
Cet appareil est conforme aux normes RSS exemptes de licences d’Industrie Canada. Son fonctionnement
est soumis aux deux conditions suivantes : (1) cet appareil ne doit pas causer d’interférences nuisibles et (2),
il doit pouvoir accepter les interférences, incluant celles pouvant nuire à son fonctionnement normal.
Tout changement ou modification non approuvé expressément par la partie responsable pourrait annuler le
droit à l’utilisateur de faire fonctionner cet équipement.
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One-Year Limited Warranty
Important: Evidence of original purchase is required for warranty service.
WARRANTOR: Uniden America Corporation (“Uniden”) ELEMENTS OF WARRANTY: Uniden warrants, for one
year, to the original retail owner, this Uniden Product to be free from defects in materials & craftsmanship
with only the limitations or exclusions set out below.
WARRANTY DURATION: This warranty to the original user shall terminate & be of no further effect 12 months
after the date of original retail sale. The warranty is invalid if the Product is (A) damaged or not maintained as
reasonable or necessary, (B) modified, altered, or used as part of any conversion kits, subassemblies, or any
configurations not sold by Uniden, (C) improperly installed, (D) serviced or repaired by someone other than
an authorized Uniden service center for a defect or malfunction covered by this warranty, (E) used in any
conjunction with equipment or parts or as part of any system not manufactured by Uniden, or (F) installed or
programmed by anyone other than as detailed by the owner’s manual for this product.
STATEMENT OF REMEDY: In the event that the product does not conform to this warranty at any time while
this warranty is in effect, warrantor will either, at its option, repair or replace the defective unit & return it to
you without charge for parts, service, or any other cost (except shipping & handling) incurred by warrantor
or its representatives in connection with the performance of this warranty. Warrantor, at its option, may
replace the unit with a new or refurbished unit.
THE LIMITED WARRANTY SET FORTH ABOVE IS THE SOLE & ENTIRE WARRANTY PERTAINING TO THE
PRODUCT & IS IN LIEU OF & EXCLUDES ALL OTHER WARRANTIES OF ANY NATURE WHATSOEVER, WHETHER
EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR ARISING BY OPERATION OF LAW, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO ANY IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. THIS WARRANTY DOES
NOT COVER OR PROVIDE FOR THE REIMBURSEMENT OR PAYMENT OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES. Some states do not allow this exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages so
the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you.
LEGAL REMEDIES: This warranty gives you specific legal rights, & you may also have other rights which vary
from state to state. This warranty is void outside the United States of America & Canada.
PROCEDURE FOR OBTAINING PERFORMANCE OF WARRANTY: If, after following the instructions in the
owner’s manual you are certain that the Product is defective, pack the Product carefully (preferably in its
original packaging). Disconnect the battery from the Product & separately secure the battery in its own
separate packaging within the shipping carton. The Product should include all parts & accessories originally
packaged with the Product. Include evidence of original purchase & a note describing the defect that has
caused you to return it. The Product should be shipped freight prepaid, by traceable means, to warrantor at:
Uniden America Service
C/O Saddle Creek
743 Henrietta Creek Rd. , Suite 100
Roanoke, TX 76262
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