BALEVER
BALEVER
BL380WM
Forest Cameras
120° wide lens/0.6s Trigger/1080P HD/GPRS MMS
User Manual
Introduction
Congratulations on the purchase of your new device. You have selected a high-quality product. The
operating instructions are a constituent of this product. They contain important information about safety,
use and disposal.
Before using the product, familiarise yourself with all operating and safety instructions. Use this product
only as described and only for the specified areas of application.
Main features
♦ 120 degree wide angle lens
♦ 1080P full HD video resolution
♦ 0.6 seconds trigger time
♦ IP65 waterproof, dustproof
♦ 6-8 months stand-by time (4-12 batteries)
♦ MMS function
Illustration
Front&Bottom view:
Power supply
♦ To insert batteries in the device, first open the base plate and pull out the battery compartment.When
you replace the battery, please replace all batteries. Do not mix using the old and new batteries together.
♦ Insert 4 x 1.5 V LR6/AA batteries into the battery slots .
Please pay close attention to the polarity, which is marked on the battery compartment. Otherwise the
device will not work and can be damaged.
♦ To increase the operating time, you can use an additional 4 x 1.5 V LR6/AA batteries in the battery
compartment.
♦ If you operate the device using a mains adapter (not supplied), open the round rubber seal on the base
plate and connect the plug of the adapter cable into the socket for the external mains adapter, which is
now accessible. The mains adapter must supply a direct-current voltage of 6 V. Use a barrel jack whose
interior polarity is connected to the plus pole. Operation via a mains adapter is possible with batteries
inserted. If one power source fails, operation will be maintained using the other.
Inserting storage media
► Since the camera has no built-in memory, it can only work if an SD/SDHC memory card is inserted.
After inserted, format the SD card , so that to improve the battery life and shutter speed.
► The device supports SD/SDHC memory cards with a capacity of up to 32 GB.
► To avoid malfunctions, keep the memory card away from moisture and avoid strong vibration, dust,
heat sources and direct sunlight.
► Insert the memory card as indicated by the icon on the slot.
Never force the memory card into the slot. Never bend or twist the memory card.
► After transport, wait until the memory card has reached ambient temperature before using it for the
first time. Major fluctuations in temperature or humidity can lead to condensation which could cause an
electrical short-circuit. Keep the memory card in the protective case.
►When the SD memory card is full, it will automatically stop take picture and record video. And the light
will be closed.
♦ To remove an SD/SDHC memory card from the memory card slot of the device, press the protruding
edge of the memory card in a little way until it pops out. Then remove the card.
♦ To insert an SD/SDHC memory card into the memory card slot of the device, push it into the slot until it
clicks into place. The contact surfaces of the memory card must be facing towards the front of the camera.
♦ SD/SDHC memory cards have a locking system to prevent accidental erasure. To protect the card from
write access, slide the switch on the side of the card to the“LOCK”position. However, the camera can only
save data onto the card if the switch is in the other position.
Specifications
Image sensor
5MP CMOS sensor
Photo resolution
12MP / 8M / 5M / 1.3M
Video resolution
1920*1080P/30fps;
1280x720/30fps 720x480/30fps; 640x480/30fps
File format
JPG/AVI
Lens
F=3.1; FOV=120°; Auto IR-Cut
Display
2.0" TFTLCD
External memory
TF card up to 32GB
Range of IR flash
65 Feet/20 Meters; 30 Feet/10 Meters on
Low-glow Flash
Triggering distance
20m( Below 77°F/25°C at the Normal Level)
PIR Sensitivity
High/Normal/Low
Trigger time
0.6 Second(When using the 4G SD card);
Pre boot 0.2 Sesond
Trigger Interval
5sec. - 60min;Programmable
Shooting Numbers
1-2-3
Effectiveness
Daytine:1m-infinitive;Night time:3m-20m
Video Length
5-30sec.;Programmable
Camera+Video
First take Picture then Video
Time Stamp
On/Off;Include serial No.,temperature and moon phase
Time Lapse
On/Off; Time Lapse Programmable
MMS Status
VGA = 640x480; QVGA = 320x240;OFF
Programmable
MMS Numbers
“0” = Unlimited; 0 ~ 99/Day
MMS Phone No.
1 Phone Numbers
MMS E-mail
Language
1 E-mail addresses
English/French/Spanish/Portuguese/Deutsch/
Italian/Chinese/Japanese
Password
4-Digit Numbers
Build-in Microphone
Yes
Build in Speaker
Yes
Auto-distinguish images
Color images in daytime/black & white night images
Auto Power Off
Auto power off in 3 minutes while no keypad controllin
g
TV-out
Yes
PC Interface
Mini USB2.0
Power supply
4xAA;Expandable to 12xAA
external 6V power supply,at least 2A
Standby time
6-8 months
Spray-water protected
Yes (IP protection class56)
Operating Temperature
-20℃ to +60℃
Certificate
CE/ROHS/FCC
Applications
1. Trail camera for hunting
2. Animal or event observation,Fauna Surveys
3. Warehouse/Storage/Farm Area Surveillance
4. Home/Property Security
5. Farm Gates or Driveways
Accessories
1. strap
2. USB cable
3. User manual
Transferring recordings to a computer
Connect the mini USB plug of the supplied USB cable to the USB port on the camera and the USB plug to a
free USB 2.0 port of a switched-on computer. This will now recognize the device as“mass storage”. When
you have confirmed this message of the camera with“OK”, the camera connects to the computer and
the content of the SD/SDHC memory card will appear as a new drive on the computer. Now carry out the
required file operations.
Cleaning
Damage to the device!
► To avoid irreparable damage, ensure that no moisture penetrates the device during cleaning.
■ Clean the surfaces of the device with a soft, dry cloth. Use a normal commercial detergent and water to
remove stubborn residue. Ensure that no water gets into the device.
■ Always keep the seal between the camera housing and the
tree mounting clean so that no moisture gets into the device
and damages it. Contamination of the seal can impair the dust
and water spray protection .
■ Always keep the base plate seal that protects the connection
socket for the mains adapter clean.
■ Clean the seal regularly with a little Vaseline to keep it malleable. This is the only way to ensure that the
interior of the device is adequately protected from moisture.
Handling and operation
In this chapter you will receive important information for the handling and operation of the device.
Switching on and off , making settings
After connecting a power supply, move the operating mode selector switch to the“TEST”position to
make the settings described on the following pages using the remote control panel buttons (photo as
follows). In test mode, the infrared lamp is closed.
Press the
key to choose the upper option.
Press the
key to choose the next option.
Press the
SHOT key to manually trigger the shutter. A photo or video (depending on the
camera
setting) will be taken and saved to the SD card.
Press OK key to save the menu setting
Press Mode key to swift photo mode and video mode; review or replay the photo or video; swift the
number, letter, symbol when setting up MMS.
The Menu on the keypad allows you to program the camera to work the way you want.
How to finish the Parameter by the remote control.
1.Mode
To select whether photos or videos are to be recorded in motion detection mode. In “Photo + Video”
mode, the camera first takes a photo and then starts filming video.
2.Language
Here you can set English / French / Spanish / Portuguese / Dutch/
Italian / T Chinese / S
Chinese/Japanese as the menu language. Contact the manufacturer if you want to add any new language.
3.Image size
Select a photo size: 1.3 MP, 5 MP (preset), 8 MP or 12 MP.The larger the file size, the more detailed the
image. However, the maximum number of high-resolution images that can be stored before the memory
card is full is much lower.
4.Video resolution
Select the screen resolution: 1920 × 1080, 1280 × 720, 640 × 480. The higher the resolution, the sooner
the capacity limit of the memory card will be reached.
5.Date & time
Press
OK
to
set
up
date
and
time. They will be displayed on the photos that the camera takes.
6.Shooting No.
Select the number of photos that are to be taken in succession when the camera is activated in photo
mode. In addition to single shot mode 1 photo, you can take“2 photos”or“3 photos”.
7.Video length
Use the up/down buttons to select the length of the video recording (between 5–30 seconds) that is to be
made when video recording is activated. The longer the recording time selected, the shorter the operating
time.
8.Interval
Use the up/down buttons to select the minimum time period(between 3second and 60mins) that the
camera should wait before reacting to subsequent activation of the sensor after the initial recording.
During the selected interval, the camera will not record any images or videos. This prevents the memory
card from being filled up with too many recordings of the same event. You can select between 3 seconds
to 60 minutes.
9.PIR Sensitivity
The sensitivity of the main motion sensor is set here. For interior areas and environments with little
interference, such as branches blowing in the wind, select“High”.Select“Medium”for exterior areas and
environments with a normal amount of interference, and select“Low”for environments with a high level
of interference. The temperature can also affect the sensitivity. The“High”setting is suitable for warm
ambient temperatures, whereas“Low”should be selected for cold environments.
10.Date stamp
Here you can choose whether to save your photos with a time stamp.You can choose whether the stamp
consists of the time and date or just the date.
11.Timer
Select“On”if the camera should only be active during a certain time period. In the screen menu that
subsequently appears, you can then set the start and end time for the active phase:
Press the up/down buttons to set the hour for the start of the active phase. Then switch to the next field
using the right button. Press the up /down buttons to set the minutes for the start of the active phase.
The settings made here apply every day. The camera will not record any images outside of the active
phase.
Confirm your selection with the OK button. Afterwards, press the MENU button to close this sub-menu.
12.Password Setting
Select “On”if you want to use a password to protect the camera from unwanted access. In the following
screen menu, you can set a 4-digit combination:
Press the up /down buttons to select the first digit between 0–9.
Then switch to the next field using the right button. Press the up /down buttons to select the second digit
between 0–9.Confirm your selection with the OK button. Afterwards, press the MENU button to close this
sub-menu.The set number combination must now be entered each time the camera is switched on in SET
mode before the unit can be operated.If you forget the number combination, please ask the supplier for
firmware to reset it to its factory default settings.
13.Serial No
Select“On”if you want to use a serial number to rank the camera. In the following screen menu, you can
set a 4-digit combination:
Press the up /down buttons to select the first digit between 0–9.
Then switch to the next field using the right button. Press the up /down buttons to select the second digit
between 0–9.
14.Time lapse
With this function the camera automatically takes pictures at adjustable intervals. This is useful if you want
to observe the blooming of plants or the like, for example. When you confirm“On”with the OK button,
you can then set the desired time interval using the menu that now appears:
Press the up/ down buttons to set the hour of the desired time interval.Then switch to the next field,“Min
”, using the right button. Press the up/down buttons to set the minutes of the desired time interval. Then
switch to the next field,“Sec”, using the right button. Press the up/down buttons to set the seconds of
the desired time interval.Confirm your selection with the OK button. Afterwards, press the MENU button to
close this sub-menu.
15.Organization Name
The default setting is Off. The user can set up the logo or label on the photo that the camera takes
16.MMS setup
Input the operator data of the SIM card you are using in the camera to send MMS photos: APN, MMSC
URL, IP, Port, Account (if needed). Password (if needed), phone number and email address to receive the
photo.
17.MMS status
Choose either VGA=640x480 or QVGA=320x240, which defines the resolution size of the MMS picture.
18.Record audio
Open the function, you can record sound while recording video.
19.Default Settings
If you select“Yes”the menu item and then slide the select bar in the following prompt to“OK”using the
/ buttons and then press the OK button, all previously made camera settings including any password will
be deleted and the factory settings will be restored.
20.Format
Formatting the memory card will permanently delete all data on it. Before you use a new memory card in
the camera or a card that has previously been used in another device, you should first format the memory
card. Select“Yes”with the OK button and confirm the following prompt with the OK button. The
formatting process starts. While the card is being formatted, the message “Please wait”appears.
21.Version
Check the Software Version number.That’s will be help to the manufacturer to find our the reason when
the camera with problem.
How to finish the Parameter via PC firmware.
a.Mode
To select whether photos or videos are to be recorded in motion detection mode. In “Photo + Video”
mode, the camera first takes a photo and then starts filming video.
b.Language
Here you can set English / French / Spanish / Portuguese / Dutch/
Italian / T Chinese / S
Chinese/Japanese as the menu language.
Contact the manufacturer if you want to add any new language.
c.Image size
Select a photo size: 1.3 MP, 5 MP (preset), 8 MP or 12 MP.
The larger the file size, the more detailed the image. However, the maximum number of high-resolution
images that can be stored before the memory card is full is much lower.
d.Video size
Select the screen resolution: 1920 × 1080, 1280 × 720, 720 × 480, 640 × 480. The higher the
resolution, the sooner the capacity limit of the memory card will be reached.
e.Video length
Use the up/down buttons to select the length of the video recording (between 5–30 seconds) that is to be
made when video recording is activated. The longer the recording time selected, the shorter the operating
time.
f.Interval
Inpute the minimum time period(between 3second and 60mins) that the camera should wait before
reacting to subsequent activation of the sensor after the initial recording. During the selected interval, the
camera will not record any images or videos. This prevents the memory card from being filled up with too
many recordings of the same event. You can select between 3 seconds to 60 minutes.
g.Shot number.
Select the number of photos that are to be taken in succession when the camera is activated in photo
mode. In addition to single shot mode 1 photo, you can take“2 photos”or“3 photos”.
h.PIR Sensitivity
The sensitivity of the main motion sensor is set here. For interior areas and environments with little
interference, such as branches blowing in the wind, select“High”.Select“Medium”for exterior areas and
environments with a normal amount of interference, and select“Low”for environments with a high level
of interference. The temperature can also affect the sensitivity. The“High”setting is suitable for warm
ambient temperatures, whereas“Low”should be selected for cold environments.
i.Date stamp
Here you can choose whether to save your photos with a time stamp.You can choose whether the stamp
consists of the time and date or just the date.
j.MMS status
Choose either VGA=640x480 or QVGA=320x240, which defines the resolution size of the MMS picture.
k.Record audio
Open the function, you can record sound while recording video.
l.Timer
Select“On”if the camera should only be active during a certain time period. In the screen menu that
subsequently appears, you can then set the start and end time for the active phase:
Input the hour and minute for the start/end of the active phase. Confirm your selection with the “OK”
button and to close this sub-menu.
The settings made here apply every day. The camera will not record any images outside of the active
phase.
m.Password Setting
Select “On”if you want to use a password to protect the camera from unwanted access. In the following
sub-menu, you can set a 4-digit combination:
Confirm your selection with the “OK” button and close this sub-menu.
The set number combination must now be entered each time the camera is switched on in SET mode
before the unit can be operated.
If you forget the number combination, please ask the supplier for firmware to reset it to its factory default
settings.
n.Serial No
Select“On”if you want to use a serial number to rank the camera. In the following sub-menu, you can set
a 4-digit combination:
Confirm your selection with the “OK” button and close this sub-menu.
o.Time lapse
With this function the camera automatically takes pictures at adjustable intervals. This is useful if you want
to observe the blooming of plants or the like, for example. When you confirm“On”with the OK button,
you can then set the desired time interval using the menu that now appears.
Inpute the hour/minute/second of the desired time interval.
Confirm your selection with the “OK” button and close this sub-menu.
p.Organization Name
The default setting is Off. The user can set up the logo or label on the photo that the camera takes
Confirm your selection with the “OK” button and close this sub-menu.
q.MMS / SMPT Setup
Choose your country and operator in this sub-menu to finish the MMS(MMS/SMTP/Both) setup.
r.Default Config
all the setting data will be recovery to the factory setting after you click this key.
s.Load Config File
Load the config from your SD card(that was made before)
u.Save config no:
Input your SD card to the computer at first,then click the “save config no” to save the data to your SD
card.There will be a “menu.cfg”file in your SD card.all the data that you set will be show on the camera
display after you input the SD card to your camera.
V. Exit
Exit the system
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