Full Product Manual

Full Product Manual
PHOENIXM2
User Manual
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IMPORTANT! PLEASE READ
DO NOT RETURN THIS PRODUCT TO THE STORE
Please contact a DEFENDER® customer support representative first regarding any additional information on
product features, specifications or assistance with setup. Please contact us via one of the methods below:
Contact us form: www.defender-usa.com/contact
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WARRANTY INFORMATION
We take quality very seriously. This is why all of our products come with a one-year warranty from the original
purchase date against defects in workmanship and materials. If you have a warranty or support issue, please
contact us at www.defender-usa.com/contact
DEFENDER® Canada: 4080 Montrose Road Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada L2H 1J9
DEFENDER® USA: 840 Aero Drive, Cheektowaga NY 14225
For more information about your product’s warranty, please visit our website at www.defender-usa.com.
WARRANTY TERMS
1. DEFENDER® products are guaranteed for a period of one­­year from the date of purchase against defects
in workmanship and materials. This warranty is limited to the repair, replacement or refund of the
purchase price at DEFENDER®’s discretion.
2. This warranty becomes void if the product shows evidence of having been misused, mishandled or
tampered with contrary to the applicable instruction manual.
3. Routine cleaning, normal cosmetic and mechanical wear and tear are not covered under the terms of
this warranty.
4. The warranty expressly provided for herein is the sole warranty provided in connection with the product
itself and no other warranty, expressed or implied is provided. DEFENDER® assumes no responsibilities for
any other claims not specifically mentioned in this warranty.
5. This warranty does not cover shipping costs, insurance, or any other incidental charges.
6. You MUST contact DEFENDER® before sending any product back for repair. You will be issued a Return
Authorization number with return instructions. When returning the product for warranty service, please
pack it carefully in the original box with all supplied accessories, and enclose your original receipt or
copy, and a brief explanation of the problem (include RA #).
7. This warranty is valid only in Canada and the continental U.S.
8. This warranty cannot be re-issued.
ATTENTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
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IMPORTANT! PLEASE READ
THANK YOU
You’ve made a fine choice to protect what you value most.
FCC
This Device Compiles 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
FCC note: the manufacturer is not responsible for any radio or tv interference caused by unauthorized
modifications to the equipment. Such modification could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
IC note: low power device rf
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.
CLASS B OR A PRODUCTION: This class (B) digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
DISCLAIMER
DEFENDER® does not endorse any of DEFENDER® products for any illegal activities. DEFENDER® is not
responsible or liable in any way shape or form for any damage, vandalism, theft or any other action that may
occur while a DEFENDER® product is in use by the consumer. This is version 1.0 for this product, you may find
updated versions by visiting our website product page.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
IMPORTANT! PLEASE READ
DO NOT RETURN THIS PRODUCT TO THE STORE.........................................................................................................................................2
WARRANTY INFORMATION........................................................................................................................................................................2
WARRANTY TERMS.....................................................................................................................................................................................2
THANK YOU................................................................................................................................................................................................3
FCC...........................................................................................................................................................................................................3
DISCLAIMER...............................................................................................................................................................................................3
ABOUT YOUR PRODUCT
FEATURES...................................................................................................................................................................................................5
WHAT’S INCLUDED ....................................................................................................................................................................................5
BUTTONS AND CONNECTIONS..................................................................................................................................................................6
MONITOR...........................................................................................................................................................................................6
CAMERA............................................................................................................................................................................................7
INSTRUCTION
THINGS TO KNOW BEFORE YOU BEGIN!.....................................................................................................................................................8
INITIAL SET UP............................................................................................................................................................................................8
MONITOR...........................................................................................................................................................................................8
CAMERA(S).......................................................................................................................................................................................8
INSTALLING CAMERAS...............................................................................................................................................................................9
RECORD..................................................................................................................................................................................................10
SETTING DURATION FOR MOTION RECORD.....................................................................................................................................10
ACCESSING THE RECORD SCHEDULE..............................................................................................................................................11
UNDERSTANDING THE SCHEDULE SCREEN.......................................................................................................................................12
SETTING UP SCHEDULE RECORD......................................................................................................................................................13
SETTING EACH CAMERA(S) FOR SCHEDULE RECORDING...............................................................................................................14
SETTING SENSITIVITY FOR MOTION DETECTION...............................................................................................................................15
SETTING MOTION RECORD..............................................................................................................................................................15
SETTING FILE OVERWRITE.................................................................................................................................................................16
CAMERA OPTIONS..................................................................................................................................................................................17
PAIRING CAMERAS..........................................................................................................................................................................17
TURNING CAMERAS ON/OFF..........................................................................................................................................................19
ADJUSTING CAMERA BRIGHTNESS..................................................................................................................................................20
CHANGING THE CAMERA RESOLUTION...........................................................................................................................................22
MONITOR SETTINGS.................................................................................................................................................................................24
SETTING THE DATE AND TIME............................................................................................................................................................24
RETURNING TO DEFAULT SETTINGS...................................................................................................................................................25
FORMATTING MEMORY....................................................................................................................................................................27
CHANGING THE TIME ZONE.............................................................................................................................................................28
DAYLIGHT SAVINGS..........................................................................................................................................................................29
FIRMWARE UPDATE...........................................................................................................................................................................31
SETTING ALERT.................................................................................................................................................................................33
PLAYBACK RECORDED FILES............................................................................................................................................................34
DELETING INDIVIDUAL RECORDED FILES..........................................................................................................................................35
TROUBLESHOOTING
NO PICTURE/SIGNAL ..............................................................................................................................................................................36
NO AUDIO...............................................................................................................................................................................................36
DEVICES ARE NOT PAIRING.....................................................................................................................................................................36
NIGHT VISION NOT WORKING.................................................................................................................................................................36
MONITOR IS READING NO SIGNAL.........................................................................................................................................................36
FOOTAGE NOT RECORDING....................................................................................................................................................................36
SPECIFICATIONS
MONITOR.................................................................................................................................................................................................37
CAMERA..................................................................................................................................................................................................37
ABOUT YOUR PRODUCT
FEATURES
Digital Wireless Technology: Superior digital
frequency with a wireless range up to 150 feet
(optimal range) that ensures clear video and audio.
The convenience of a digital wireless signal also
allows you to set your system up in just a matter of
minutes.
Motion Detection Settings: Motion detection gives
you the option to record only when movement is
detected to conserve your SD card memory. Your
system will start recording and alert you when
motion is detected. This system offers both a PIR
Sensor recording and pixel change detection.
SD Card Recording: Record up to 350 minutes of
video and audio directly onto the included 2GB SD
card. Choose to record constantly, based on a set
schedule or only when motion is detected.
IR Cut Filter: The IR Cut filter will block light sources
that could be misinterpreted as infrared (such as
UV light) resulting in more realistic color and clearer
image during the day.
Long Range Night Vision: Sixteen infrared (IR) LEDs
let you see in the dark, up to 32ft away!1 The LEDs
automatically activate when it gets dark, giving you
around the clock protection.
24 Hour Scheduled Recording: Personalize a 24
hour recording schedule. Record video footage
using three different types of recording modes:
manual, scheduled, and motion activated.
Weather Resistant Camera: The camera is built
with durable aluminum, weather resistant housing2
so you can use it outdoors in almost any weather
condition. You can use it indoors for monitoring your
business, inventory or home.
7" LCD Monitor: View your live or recorded footage
easily on the 7" LCD monitor. Its functional design
allows it to be wall mounted or placed on a table.
Expandable up to 4 Cameras: This system can
support up to four cameras so you can monitor
multiple offices, entrances and outdoor areas at the
same time.
Lifetime Customer Support: Our customer support
team can be reached on our website at
www.defender-usa.com/contact. Our experts will be
happy to assist you in English, French and Spanish.
WHAT’S INCLUDED
1. Monitor
2. Camera(s)
3. Power cord(s)
4. Mounting hardware
5. Pairing Tool
6. Antennas for the camera
7. SD card3
Disclaimer
1.
IR illumination range up to 32ft under ideal conditions. Objects at or beyond this range may be partially or completely obscured,
depending on the camera application.
2.
Not for use in direct exposure to water, rain or snow. Although the cameras are water resistant they are not waterproof.
3.
This unit can support an SD card up to 128GB.
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ABOUT YOUR PRODUCT
BUTTONS AND CONNECTIONS
Monitor
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5
2
3
cam 1
2X
6X
8X
16X
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16
2X
6X
8X
16X
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18
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7
Menu
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View
Sleep
Zoom
Delete
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4
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Cam
1
5
Menu
OK
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DC IN 5V
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3
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4
5
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10
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12
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1. Motion Record: Prompts the monitor to record
only when motion is detected. To stop motion
recording, press this button again.
12. Zoom: While in live view mode, pressing zoom
will allow 1X zoom on the picture. Pressing zoom
again will zoom back out.
2. Rec: Manual Record will prompt the monitor
to begin constant recording. To stop recording,
press this button again.
13. Delete: During playback this button allows you to
delete single clips of recorded footage.
3. Power: Pressing this button turns the monitor on
and off.
4. Volume: This adjusts the volume of the audio
that plays through your monitor.
15. Joystick: Allows movement to navigate through
the menu. Pressing the joystick in will allow you to
select the menu option. In Live view press the joy
stick in to enter the Recording File List Menu.
5. Signal strength: Tells you how good the
reception is from the camera to the monitor.
16. Antenna: This antenna allows for a stronger
signal between the camera and monitor.
6. Camera: Tells you which camera is being shown
in live viewing mode.
17. Speaker: Allows you to hear sound from your
camera.
7. File: If the file symbol is visible it means you have
recorded footage stored.
18. SD Card Insert: The SD card will be inserted into
this area to record and save footage.
8. Date: Displays current date and time.
19. Talk: Allows for two-way communication,
pressing this button allows you to speak through
the monitor to the camera.
9. Cam: Changes from one camera to another.
10. View: Allows you to change the cameras
viewing from single, split screen or quad view.
11. Sleep: When pressed allows the monitor screen
to turn off until motion is detected in front of the
camera(s). Once motion is detected in front of
the camera the monitor will turn back on.
OK
14. Menu/Exit: Enters and exits the Main Menu.
20. Power Input: Plug the small end of the included
power adapter marked monitor into this area,
and the other end to a power outlet.
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ABOUT YOUR PRODUCT
Camera
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3
4
2
PAIR
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10
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1. Antenna: This removable antenna allows for a
better signal between the camera and monitor.
2. Camera Housing: Made of anodized aluminum
to prevent rust.
8. Pair Button: Located at the back of the camera.
Press this button when pairing the camera and
monitor. For more information, please see Pairing
on page 18.
3. Camera Lens: The camera lens is located in the
center of the LEDs.
9. Power Connection: This 3 ft. cord connects to
the power adapter (marked Camera).
4. Infrared (IR): The 16 LEDs allow the camera to
see in the dark up to 32ft away.
5. Speaker/Microphone: Allows you to hear and
record sounds, and talk back to whomever you
are recording.
10. Camera Mount: Allows the camera to be wall
mounted or placed on a table.
6. Motion Detection Sensor: Detects any motion in
front of the camera.
7. CDS Sensor: Automatically turns on the infrared
LEDs when it gets dark.
NOTE:
This camera includes an Auto Mechanical IR Cut Filter. When
the camera changes between day mode and night vision
mode, an audible clicking noise may be heard coming from
the camera. This clicking is normal, and indicates that the
camera filter is working
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INSTRUCTION
THINGS TO KNOW BEFORE YOU BEGIN!
1. The camera should be installed between 8 to 13ft above the area to be monitored.
2. For best results install the camera NO MORE than 100ft away from the monitor’s position to maintain a
strong signal between the camera and monitor.
3. Before mounting the camera, ensure there are no obstructions in the camera’s view.
4. Place the camera in the most strategic place where it can provide the most detailed video of your home or
business. Having the camera in the open for people to see can help deter criminals.
5. To cover large, dark areas such as backyards, garages, and driveways, place camera in a strategic
location, such as on the roof or deck. This way, more area is covered by the camera.
6. Ensure that the camera is positioned to avoid glare. Be sure to position camera away from direct sunlight or
indoor lighting.
7. For best results, light in front of the camera should be around the same brightness as the light around the
area or object being monitored.
8. Decide whether the camera will be wall-mounted, or mounted on a desk/table top. We recommend that
the mount is secured using the included screws and hardware for all installations.
INITIAL SET UP
Monitor
Cam
Camera(s)
View
Sleep
Zoom
Delete
Menu
1
4
OK
2
3
• Plug in the power cord labeled for the monitor
into the DC port on back of the monitor
• Plug the cord labeled for Camera
into the camera
• Plug the other side of the power cord into a
power outlet
• Plug the other side of the power cord into
a power outlet
• Press and hold the power button on the top right
of the monitor to turn the unit on.
• Attach the antenna
• Pair cameras if not paired upon powering
the camera
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INSTRUCTION
INSTALLING CAMERAS
1. Decide if the camera will be wall-mounted or
sitting on a desk/tabletop. The camera can
be adjusted for many mounting scenarios by
rotating it to the required position.
• Keep in mind that the camera is
microphone equipped. If you would like
to record audio, make sure the camera
is within a close enough range to record
sound (within 6 ft).
• For best results be sure to mount the camera
no further than 100ft away from your
monitor.
• Be sure to mount the camera no further
than 8ft away from a power source.
2. Screw the mounting bracket into the camera’s
mounting hole, turning it clockwise.
3. Ensure that the camera is strongly secured into
the wall.
4. Adjust the camera to the desired viewing angle.
5. For additional help with mounting the camera,
please see the drilling template located at the
back of the manual.
6. Once you have mounted the camera and
placed it at the desired viewing angle, plug the
camera’s power adapter (marked for camera)
into the cord on the camera and then plug the
adapter into a power source (a surge protected
power source is recommended).
7. If you purchased a kit with additional cameras,
repeat the above steps for all additional
cameras.
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INSTRUCTION
RECORD
Setting Duration for Motion Record
Allows you to set the length of time the unit will record once motion is no longer being detected.
1. Press the Menu button
2. Select Record
3. Select Duration
4. Select the desired time for post-motion recording
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INSTRUCTION
Accessing the Record Schedule
1. Press the Menu button
2. Select Record
3. Select Schedule Recording
4. This screen will be shown
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INSTRUCTION
Understanding the Schedule Screen
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2
3
4
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1. Day of the week: Use the LEFT or RIGHT navigation arrow keys on the joystick to change the day at the
top. Corresponding record schedule for that day will appear below.
2. Time: The record schedule uses a 24 hour clock.
3. Camera: Each camera can have a different record schedule.
4. Record schedule:
• Grey - No recording has been set for that time
• Yellow - Motion Record has been set for that time
• Blue - Continuous record has been set for that time.
5. Modify: Allows you to change the Record Schedule.
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INSTRUCTION
Setting up Schedule Record
1. Press the Menu button
2. Select Record
3. Select Schedule Recording
4. Press OK when Modify is highlighted
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INSTRUCTION
SETTING EACH CAMERA(S) FOR SCHEDULE RECORDING
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2
3
4
5
1. Camera: To select the camera you would like to set up a Record Schedule for, use RIGHT or LEFT
navigation arrows to move the Green box over the desired camera(s). Select OK to select each camera
you wish to set a Record Schedule for. When selected, the box will turn Blue.
2. Setting the Time: Use the navigation arrows until the Green box is around the time you would like
to change. Use UP or DOWN navigation arrows to change the time. When complete use the RIGHT
navigation arrows to move to the next time box.
3. Days of the Week: To select the days of the week you would like to set the Record Schedule for, use the
navigation arrows to move the Green box over desired day(s). Press OK to select each desired day.
4. Save: Will save the schedule you have set up.
5. Delete: Will delete the current schedule.
NOTE:
All that are highlighted will have the same schedule.
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INSTRUCTION
Setting Motion Record
To enable Motion Recording, select the Motion button on the top of the screen. You will now see a Red
moving man icon . The camera will now start recording when motion is detected. To enable Motion on all
cameras, select the camera button to toggle the camera(s) and press the motion button on each.
NOTE:
If Scheduled Recording is set up and motion is enabled, the unit will record based on the Scheduled Recording by default.
Setting Sensitivity for Motion Detection
1. Press the Menu button
2. Select Detect
3. Select the camera(s) you would like to set
the sensitivity level for. Using the UP or DOWN
navigation arrows, highlight the camera you
would like to adjust
4. Select the desired sensitivity level
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INSTRUCTION
NOTE:
The higher the sensitivity level the more motion will be
detected. The lower the sensitivity, the less activity the
monitor will pick up
5. Select OK and you will return to the Video
Motion Detect page
Setting File Overwrite
This gives the monitor permission to start overwriting previously recorded files when the memory card is full.
1. Press the Menu button
2. Select Record
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3. Select File Overwrite
4. Select Yes to confirm the overwrite or No, to return
to the Record Menu
NOTE:
If File Overwrite is not enabeled and the SD card becomes full,
recording will stop.
CAMERA OPTIONS
Pairing Cameras
Connecting the camera and monitor will allow the camera live feed screen and recorded to the SD card. If
you have purchased an additional camera it is highly recommended to follow the pairing process.
*If camera does not come paired or if you would like to add additional cameras, complete the following steps:
1. Press the Menu button
2. Select Camera
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INSTRUCTION
3. Select Pairing
4. Select which camera you would like to pair and
the pair screen will appear with a 20 second
count down
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5. Using the thin white pairing tool, push the
pairing button on the back of camera before
time runs out
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6. When pairing is successful the video will return to
the screen
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INSTRUCTION
Turning Cameras On/Off
1. Press the Menu button
2. Select Camera
3. Highlight which camera you would like to turn
On or Off
4. When the desired camera is highlighted Blue:
Press the LEFT navigation arrow to turn Off or the
RIGHT navigation arrow to turn On
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INSTRUCTION
5. Select OK to confirm the selection
6. You will see a Please Wait message. When
complete you will return to the Camera
Setup page
Adjusting Camera Brightness
1. Press the Menu button
2. Select Camera
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INSTRUCTION
3. Select Brightness
4. Using the LEFT or RIGHT navigation arrows,
highlight the camera you would like to adjust
and change the Brightness
5. When the desired camera is highlighted in Blue
press the RIGHT or LEFT navigation arrows until
you reach the desired brightness level (1 low - 6
High)
6. Press OK to save the settings and you will return
to the Camera Settings page
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INSTRUCTION
Changing the Camera Resolution
The resolution can vary depending on the number of cameras paired with the unit. Please see the chart
after the steps to understand the frames per second ratio and the changes to the frames per second when
connecting more than one camera.
1. Press the Menu button
2. Select Record
3. Select Resolution
4. Highlight which camera you would like to
change resolution for by using UP or DOWN
navigation arrows
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INSTRUCTION
5. When the desired camera is highlighted in
Blue, use the LEFT or RIGHT navigation arrows to
change the Resolution
6. Press OK to save the settings and you will return
to the Camera Setup Page
Frames per second ratio:
Number of
Cameras
QVGA
VGA
1 Camera
N/A
30 fps
2 Camera
30 fps
15 fps
3 Camera
30 fps
7.5 fps
4 Camera
30 fps
7.5 fps
QVGA (Quarter Video Graphics Array) is a smallscreen display mode in which the resolution is 320
pixels horizontally by 240 pixels vertically (320 X 240)
VGA (Video Graphics Array) is a high resolution
standard for displaying text, graphics, and colours
that has a resolution of 640 X 480 pixels.
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INSTRUCTION
MONITOR SETTINGS
Setting the Date and Time
1. Press the Menu button
2. Select Settings
3. Select Date and Time
4. Use the LEFT or RIGHT navigation arrows to
highlight the box you would like to change
(Example: Month, Day,Year, Hour, Minute, Second)
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5. When highlighted, use the UP or DOWN
navigation arrows to make changes
6. Press OK to save the setting and you will return to
the Settings page
Returning to Default Settings
1. Press the Menu button
2. Select Settings
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INSTRUCTION
3. Select Default Settings, press OK
4. Select Yes if you wish to set Default Settings or No
to return to the Settings page
NOTE:
This will change the monitor back to the default
settings. It will not delete footage from the SD card
5. If Yes is selected you will see a "Restore Default
Settings" message. Select Yes to confirm. Once
complete you will return to the Settings page
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INSTRUCTION
Formatting Memory
1. Press the Menu button
2. Select Settings
3. Select Format Memory
4. Selecting No will return to the Settings page
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INSTRUCTION
NOTE:
Formatting the memory will delete the recorded footage from
the SD Card, it will not change the settings
5. If you Select Yes, "Formatting Please Wait" will
appear. The screen will return to the Settings page
Changing the Time Zone
1. Press the Menu button
2. Select Settings
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INSTRUCTION
3. Select Time Zone
4. Use UP or DOWN navigation arrows to choose
the desired Time Zone. Select the correct Time
Zone and you will return to the Settings page
Daylight Savings
1. Press the Menu button
2. Select Settings
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INSTRUCTION
3. Select Time Zone
4. Use the RIGHT navigation arrow to highlight
the Box next to Automatically adjust Clock for
Daylight Savings Time
5. Use the UP navigation arrow until the Check
mark appears. This will allow Daylight Savings
Time to occur at the appropriate time. Leave
the box blank if you do not wish for the time to
change when Daylight Savings Time occurs
6. Press OK to save the settings and you will return
to the Settings page
NOTE:
Time zone will automatically change time when daylight
savings occurs in your time zone
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INSTRUCTION
Firmware Update
1. Insert the SD card into the included adapter
2. Insert the adapter into the SD card reader (not
included) on your PC or Mac
NOTE:
A firmware Update should only be applied if available and
recommended by a Defender representative.
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Cam
View
Sleep
Zoom
Delete
Menu
4
OK
2
3
3. Download the latest firmware and transfer it to
the Root Folder on the SD card
4. Once the transfer is completed, insert the SD
card into the card slot on the monitor
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INSTRUCTION
5. Press the Menu button
6. Select Settings
7. Select Firmware Upgrade
8. Confirm Firmware Upgrade
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INSTRUCTION
CAUTION:
During the firmware update do not remove the power supply
9. Select SD Card, and Yes to confirm. The system
will take a few minutes to install the latest
firmware. After upgrading the new Firmware, the
monitor will automatically reboot
Setting Alert
An alarm will sound from the unit to alert you when motion has been detected. This also controls the beeps
from the monitor when pressing buttons
1. Press the Menu button
2. Select Alert
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INSTRUCTION
3. Use the LEFT or RIGHT navigation arrows to set
Alarm Volume
4. Press OK to save the setting and return to the
Main Menu page
Playback Recorded Files
1. When in Live Viewing Mode, select the OK button.
The Recording File List (below) will appear
a
b
2. Once you have selected the date from which
you would like to view files, a list of files will appear
c
a. Date: You can change the date by using the UP
or DOWN navigation arrows. Select OK when the
desired date has been found.
b. Calendar: The areas that appear highlighted in
Blue have recorded footage. Use the navigation
arrows until a green box is over desired date
select OK.
c. Camera: You can select to search footage for all
cameras or for a specific one by using the RIGHT
or LEFT navigation arrows to move Green box
over the desired cameras(s) and select OK.
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8X
16X
8X
16X
INSTRUCTION
When watching videos you have the following
options:
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2
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View
Sleep
Zoom
Delete
Menu
OK
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d
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5e
a. UP arrow/1: Pause
b. RIGHT arrow/2: Stop
3. Use the UP and DOWN navigational arrows until
the Red box is around the desired file, then
select OK. The recording will play on screen.
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10
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c. DOWN arrow/3: Fast Forward
d. LEFT arrow/4: Rewind
13 e. Menu button/5: Exit back to file list
Deleting Individual Recorded Files
1. When in the Recording File List screen, use the
navigation arrows to move the Red box around
the file you would like to delete
2. Press the Delete button
3. Select Yes if you wish to delete and No to cancel
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TROUBLESHOOTING
No Picture/Signal
• Make sure all the connections are secure and properly connected. Found on page 8
• Make sure your monitor is plugged into a power source from the 5V DC input on the back. Found on page 8
• Make sure there is nothing obstructing the view of the camera.
• Try re-pairing the camera and monitor. Found on page 17
• The area may be too bright or dark, try moving the unit.
• The night vision comes on automatically when the light levels drop; try the camera in a pitch black
setting. The area that the camera is in may get too much light to activate the sensor.
• Try adjusting the brightness settings on your monitor. Found on page 20
• Ensure sleep mode is not enabled.
No Audio
• Make sure nothing is interfering with the microphone on the camera.
• Make sure what you are trying to hear is close enough to the microphone on the camera (within 6ft).
• Disconnect and reconnect the wires from the camera and the monitor to make sure they are secure.
• Try re-pairing the camera and monitor. Found on page 17
• Try adjusting the volume on the monitor. Found on page 6
Devices Are Not Pairing
• Ensure that the camera and monitor are within 100ft of each other.
• Try moving the devices closer together, sometimes walls/other obstructions can get in the way of the
camera and monitor’s signal. Ensure that both devices are connected to a proper power source.
Night Vision Not Working
• The night vision comes on automatically when the light levels drop; try the camera in a pitch black
setting. The area that the camera is in may getting too much light to activate the sensor.
Monitor is Reading No Signal
• Try re-pairing the camera and monitor. Found on page 17
• Make sure there is nothing obstructing the view of the camera.
• Make sure the camera and monitor are within 100ft from one another.
Footage Not Recording
• Adjust the recording settings
• Make sure the SD card is completely in the monitor.
• Make sure the SD card is not full and that overwrite function is turned on.
• Try resetting the factory defaults. Found on page 25
• Try formatting the SD card. Found on page 27
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SPECIFICATIONS
Monitor
Monitor Type
Screen Size
Wireless Frequency
Channel Frequencies
Number of Cameras
Supported
Output Terminal
Resolution
Speaker
Maximum SD Card Size
Compression
File Type
Operation Mode
Scheduled Recording
Automatic Overwrite when
Full
Motion Activated Alert
Post Motion Recording
Audio Activated Recording
Digital Zoom
Auto-Scanning
Camera
LCD Monitor
7" monitor
2400Mhz~2483.5Mhz
4Mhz channel
separation
4
N/A
800 RGB (H) x 480 (V)
Yes
128GB
MPEG-4
ASF
FHSS hopping
Yes
On/Off selected.
Yes
Yes
No
Yes (x2)
Auto sequence
channel, the transition
interval is 6 seconds
Button Lock
N/A
Remote Control
No
New Video Footage Notifier Yes
Single view, 2-CH view,
Viewing Modes
Quad view
Recording Mode
Manual recording,
Motion recording,
Schedule recording
Battery Operable
Adjustable Brightness
Video Output
Operating Temperature
Operating Humidity
Housing Material
Housing Color
Monitor Power Input
Power Adapter Input
Dimensions
Weight
No
Yes
No
14°F-104°F (-10°C-40°C)
0% ~ 85%
No
black
DC 5V 2A
AC 100~240V 50/60Hz
180*142*70mm
444g
Image sensor
IP Rating
Maximum Wireless
Range (Line of Sight)
Optimum Wireless Range
(Line of Sight)
Wireless Frequency
Wireless Channel
Frequencies
Resolution
Night Vision
Number of IR LEDs and
Range
IR LED control
IR Cut Filter
Min. Illumination
Battery Operable
Viewing Angle
Focal Length
Focus Type
Optimal Focal Distance
Microphone
Motion Detection
Housing Material
Housing Color
Electronic shutter speed
Signal/Noise Ratio
Power LED Indicator
Camera Bracket
Operating Temperature
Operating Humidity
Mounting Hardware
Camera Power Input
Power Adapter Input
Dimensions
Weight
1/4" Color CMOS Image
Sensor
IP54
450 ft
150 ft
2400Mhz~2483.5Mhz
Hopping Frequencies
640 x 480
Yes
16 LEDS 32Ft
Auto
Included
0 Lux (when IR LEDs on)
No
64° (Field Of View)
3.6mm
Fixed Focus
N/A
Yes
Yes
Aluminum & ABS
Black
1/60s~1/100,000s
50dB
No
Yes
14°F - 04°F (-10°C - 40°C)
0% ~ 85%
Included
9V DC 600mA
100-240V ~ 50/60Hz
140*55*57mm
284g
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