H652 (MA) FlashlightDVR.indd

H652 (MA) FlashlightDVR.indd
EXCALIBUR ELECTRONICS
Guardian Flashlight
Digital Video Recorder
Userʼs Guide
www.ExcaliburElectronics.com
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Model No.: H652
C
ongratulations on your purchase of the Guardian Flashlight
Digital Video Recorder from Excalibur Electronics. Lights.
Camera. Action! Record movies just as easy as you use a
flashlight. As the sun sets, turn the flashlight on and continue
filming because the show must—and can—go on!
Please read this guide thoroughly, especially noting safety
and care instructions. Keep this guide for reference.
CONTENTS
1 - Flashlight Digital Video
Recorder
1 - USB Cable
1 - 12V AC/DC Adaptor
1 - Car Charging Adaptor
1 - Userʼs Guide
LAYOUT OF THE FLASHLIGHT DVR
BATTERY INSTALLATION
1. Remove the end cap of the flashlight by unscrewing it.
2. Insert 3 - C batteries with the positive end of each battery facing down
into the battery compartment.
3. Replace the end cap and tighten.
LAYOUT OF THE CONTROL PANEL
(DOWN)
(UP)
LAYOUT OF THE LCD
BATTERY
LIFE
INDICATOR
STORAGE
CAPACITY
DATA
INDICATOR
RECORDING
STATUS
DATE/TIME
DISPLAY
YEAR/HOUR
MONTH/
MINUTE
USB
STATUS
DATE/
SECONDS
OPERATING YOUR FLASHLIGHT DVR
When batteries are properly installed for
the first time, the LCD will be in Time
Mode, showing the hour, minutes and
seconds.
Press FUNCTION to enter Date Mode
where the display will read the Year,
Month and Day.
ENTERING TIME
1. While in Time Mode, press and hold
the FUNCTION button for 2 seconds.
This will take you into Time Edit. .
2. The Hour position will flash. Use
UP/DOWN to increase or decrease
the hour. Press FUNCTION again to
store the hour.
3. Repeat Step 2 to edit the minutes and
seconds, pressing FUNCTION after
each one to confirm the time.
4. After entering the seconds, press
FUNCTION to confirm the time and
exit Time Edit. You will be
returned to Time Mode on the LCD
with the adjusted time displayed.
ENTERING DATE
1. While in Date Mode, press and hold
the FUNCTION button for 2 seconds.
This will take you into Date Edit
Mode.
2. The Year position will flash. Use UP/
DOWN to change the year. Press
FUNCTION again to store the year.
3. Repeat Step 2 above to enter the
month and day. Press FUNCTION
after each one to confirm what
you have entered.
4. After entering the day and pressing
FUNCTION, you will quit Date Edit
and the display will read the new
adjusted date.
BATTERY INDICATOR
The battery indicator has four stages.
When you put in fresh batteries the
indicator will be full (all dark). Two
different segments will disappear as
battery life is drained. The final stage is
when the icon is completely empty (all
white). This indicates that the battery is
drained of all power.
FLASHLIGHT
The Flashlight DVR has three brightness
levels. When the unit is off, pressing the
FLASHLIGHT button will illuminate it
on Low Intensity. Pressing it a second
time will increase it to Medium Intensity
while a third press raises it to High
Intensity. Pressing it a fourth time will
turn the flashlight off.
SNAPSHOT MODE
Your Flashlight DVR can record movies
but it can also be used to take digital
snapshots.
1. Press and hold the SNAPSHOT
button for 2 seconds. The display will
show the SD Card data indicator as
ʻfullʼ for approximately ten seconds.
When the data indicator reads
ʻemptyʼ, you are in Snapshot Mode.
Notice that two pair of zeros have
appeared under the battery life
indicator and Record Status indicator.
2. Aim at your subject and press
SNAPSHOT to take a picture. The
data indicator will flash. Be patient
while the unit processes the
photograph.
3. The data indicator will disappear and
the unit will read 01 under Record
Status. This indicates that your
photograph has been taken and stored
into memory. A bar will also appear
in the Storage Capacity Indicator. As
you take photos and record movies
this will indicate how much storage
capacity you have remaining.
4. To quit Snapshot Mode, press and
hold the SNAPSHOT button for
two seconds. You will be returned to
the default Time Mode screen.
INSERTING AN SD MEMORY CARD
1. Locate the SD Memory Card slot, near
the USB connection and 12V DC
input.
2. Slide the card in, making sure to
match the orientation as indicated
above the slot. If the card does
not slide in and click into place easily,
you may have it aligned wrong.
Do not force the card into the slot.
VIDEO MODE
1. Press and hold the RECORD button
for 2 seconds. The display will show
the SD Card data indicator as ʻfullʼ for
approximately ten seconds. When
the data indicator reads ʻemptyʼ, you
are in Video Mode. Notice that two
pair of zeros have appeared under the
battery life indicator and Record
Status indicator.
2. Aim the Flashlight at your subject then
RECORD to begin recording. A timer
will count up keeping track of each
second that you are recording.
3. Press RECORD again to end
recording. The unit will begin
processing the data while the
display will show the exact amount
of time that was recorded. The Storage
Capacity Indicator will “fill up” as you
record video.
4. Press RECORD again to begin
recording again or press and hold
RECORD for 2 seconds to exit Video
Mode.
CONNECTING VIA USB
1. Connect the small end of the USB
cable to the Flashlight DVR.
2. Connect the other end to a USB port
on your computer.
3. A popup window will appear on your
computer indicating that your
computer has found new hardware.
The system will automatically install
the necessary driver.
4. Once installation is finished you will
find a “Removable Disk” listed when
you enter the “My Computer” folder.
5. Now you can safely copy files from
the Flashlight DVR to your computer
or delete them from your Flashlight
DVR.
MEMORY
Flashlight DVR comes with 128MB of
built-in memory. You can increase the
storage capacity by purchasing an SD
memory card. Flashlight DVR supports
SD cards of up to 2GB.
NEVER disconnect the USB from either
your computer or the Flashlight while
data is being transferred. Follow the steps
below to safely disconnect from your
computer.
1. Left-click on the Remove Hardware
icon located in the System Tray.
This will bring up a list of USB
devices currently connected to the
computer.
2. Left-click on Safely Remove Mass
Storage Device that matches with your
Flashlight DVR drive. A message will
appear indicating that the drive can
now be removed safely.
3. Disconnect the USB from both your
computer and the Flashlight DVR.
BATTERY CHARGING
Your Flashlight DVR can charge Ni-MH
batteries using the included 12V DC plug
or the car adaptor.
1. Insert rechargeable Ni-MH batteries
into the battery compartment as show
on the inside cover of this guide.
2. Connect the small end of the adaptor
to the port on the flashlight.
3. Plug the other end into a wall outlet.
4. The flashlight will begin to charge
immediately, indicating on the LCD
the status of the battery life.
CARE & HANDLING
• Do not submerge in water or other
liquids.
• Do not disassemble the product for any
reason.
• Do not expose to extreme
temperatures.
• Do not drop, throw, smash or otherwise
cause physical shock.
• Clean using only a slightly damp cloth.
• Do not use cleaners with chemical
agents.
BATTERY INFORMATION
• Do not short-circuit the battery
terminals.
• Do not mix old and new batteries.
• Remove exhausted batteries.
• Batteries should be installed and
replaced by an adult only.
• Remove batteries when not in use.
• Do not mix alkaline, standard (carbonzinc) or rechargeable (nickelmetal hydride) batteries.
WARNING
DO NOT attempt to re-charge non-rechargeable batteries using
the Flashlight DVR. Doing so may lead to explosion, leakage
or fire. Excalibur Electronics is not responsible for any damage
caused by the improper use of this product.
DO NOT set the Flashlight DVR to charge when there are
no batteries installed.
90-DAY LIMITED WARRANTY
EXCALIBUR ELECTRONICS, INC., warrants to the original consumer that its
products are free from any electrical or mechanical defects for a period of 90 DAYS
from the date of purchase. If any such defect is discovered within the warranty period,
EXCALIBUR ELECTRONICS, INC., will repair or replace the unit free of charge
upon receipt of the unit, shipped postage prepaid and insured to the factory address
below.
The warranty covers normal consumer use and does not cover damage that occurs in
shipment or failure that results from alterations, accident, misuse, abuse, neglect, wear
and tear, inadequate maintenance, commercial use, or unreasonable use of the unit.
This warranty does not cover cost of repairs made or attempted outside of the factory.
Any applicable implied warranties, including warranties of merchantability and
fitness, are hereby limited to 90 DAYS from the date of purchase. Consequential or
incidental damages resulting from a breach of any applicable express or implied warranties are hereby excluded. Some states do not allow limitations on the duration of
LIMITED 90-DAY WARRANTY implied warranties and do not allow exclusion of
incidental or The only authorized service center in the United States is:
Excalibur Electronics, Inc.
13755 SW 119th Ave
Miami, Florida 33186 U.S.A.
Phone: 305.477.8080
Fax: 305.477.9516
www.ExcaliburElectronics.com
Ship the unit carefully packed, preferably in the original carton, and send it prepaid,
and adequately insured. Include a letter, detailing the complaint and including your
daytime telephone number, inside the shipping carton. If your warranty has expired
and you want an estimated fee for service, write to the above address, specifying the
model and the problem.
NOTE: Please do not send your unit without first receiving an estimate for servicing
from EXCALIBUR ELECTRONICS, INC. Contact us before sending your unit. We
cannot store your unit!
Excalibur Electronics, Inc. reserves the right to make technical changes without
notice in the interest of progress.
EXCALIBUR ELECTRONICS
13755 SW 119th Avenue
Miami, Florida 33186
Phone: 305.477.8080
Fax: 305.477.9516
Please Visit Us @
www.ExcaliburElectronics.com
Guardian Flashlight
Digital Video Recorder
Model No.: H652
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