Willow - Levana
Willow
™
MANUAL
CAUTION: Keep small parts away from children.
www.mylevana.com
Digital Baby Video Monitor
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS & DISCLAIMERS
Caution: Keep small parts away from children.
Strangulation Hazard: Children can become entangled in cords. Power cords should be kept more than 3 feet away from the crib and baby’s
reach at all times. Baby monitors and cameras with power cords should never be hung on or near the crib.
This product is not a toy and should be kept out of children’s reach.
This product contains small parts. Exercise care when unpacking and assembling the product.
Read and Keep Instructions: All the safety and operating instructions should be read before operating the video baby monitor.
This product cannot replace responsible adult supervision.
Water and Moisture: This product is designed for indoor use only. The unit should not be exposed to rain, moisture, dripping or splashing. No
objects filled with liquid should be placed on top of, or beside the product, such as a glass or vase. This item should not be used near water.
Non-Use Periods: Always unplug the AC adapters from the wall outlets during long periods of non-use.
Ventilation: This baby monitor should not be used on a bed, sofa, rug or similar surface that may block the ventilation openings. Do not place in
an enclosed area, such as a book case or drawer that may impede air flow.
Keep Away from Sources of Heat: This unit should not be exposed to direct heat sources such as a candle, fireplace, radiator, heat register, stove
or other appliances that emit heat. The unit should not be left in direct sunlight.
Power Source: This unit should only be used with the AC power adapters included in this package (rated 5.9v/6v 800mA).
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS & DISCLAIMERS
Damage Requiring Service: This unit should be serviced by qualified personnel only when:
A.
Objects have fallen or liquid has been spilled into the unit.
B.
The units have been exposed to liquids or moisture.
C.
The units do not appear to operate normally or exhibit a distinct change in performance.
D.
The units have been dropped or the enclosure damaged.
Please note that the above mentioned are not covered under the unit warranty.
Disclaimers
Optimum range is 150 ft when signal is passing through walls or floors. Microwave ovens (when in use) may cause signal disruption at close range.
Buildings with metal frames may also cause signal disruption. Maximum transmission range is 500 ft.
Night vision range is up to 12 ft under ideal conditions. Objects at or beyond this range may be partially or completely obscured, depending on
the camera application.
Battery life of 12 hours based on Power Save mode. Battery lasts an average of 8 hours with continuous audio/video usage.
Strangulation Hazard: Children can become entangled in cords. Power cords should be kept more than 3 feet away from the crib and baby’s
reach at all times. Failure to do so could be fatal. Baby monitors/cameras with power cords should never be hung on or near the crib.
FCC STATEMENT
FCC CAUTION:
Any Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to
operate the equipment. 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.
FCC RADIATION EXPOSURE STATEMENT:
This equipment complies with FCC radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment .
This equipment should be installed and operated with minimum distance 20cm between the radiator & your body.
This transmitter must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.
IC STATEMENT
IC WARNING
This device complies with CNR Industry Canada license-exempt devices. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
Le présent appareil est conforme aux CNR d’Industrie Canada applicables aux appareils radio exempts de licence. L’exploitation est autorisée aux
deux conditions suivantes:
(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.
(1) l’appareil ne doit pas produire de brouillage, et
(2) l’utilisateur de l’appareil doit accepter tout brouillage radioélectrique subi, même si le brouillage est susceptible d’en compromettre le
fonctionnement.
The device is compliance with RF exposure guidelines, users can obtain Canadian information on RF exposure and compliance. The minimum
distance from body to use the device is 20cm.
Le présent appareil est conforme Après examen de ce matériel aux conformité ou aux limites d’intensité de champ RF, les utilisateurs peuvent sur
l’exposition aux radiofréquences et la conformité and compliance d’acquérir les informations correspondantes. La distance minimale du corps à
utiliser le dispositif est de 20cm.
SUPPORT
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 warranty or support issues please contact us using any of the following methods:
Web: www.mylevana.com
Support: www.mylevana.com/Support_Center.eng.html
LEVANA Canada
4080 Montrose Road
Niagara Falls, ON
Canada L2H 1J9
LEVANA USA
840 Aero Drive
Cheektowaga, NY
USA 14225
WARRANTY TERMS
LEVANA® products are guaranteed for a period of one year 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 LEVANA®’s options.
This warranty becomes void if the product shows evidence of having been misused, mishandled or tampered with contrary to the applicable
instruction manual.
Routine cleaning, normal cosmetic and mechanical wear and tear are not covered under the terms of this warranty.
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. LEVANA assumes no responsibilities for any other claims not specifically mentioned in this warranty.
This warranty does not cover the shipping cost, insurance or any other incidental charges.
You MUST contact LEVANA at www.mylevana.com/Support_Center.eng.html before sending any product back for repair. You will be sent a Return
Authorization form 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 #).
This warranty is valid only in Canada and the continental U.S.
This warranty cannot be re-issued.
Please visit our website at www.mylevana.com for additional information about your product’s warranty.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Safety Instructions & Disclaimers ............................................................................................................................................................................................2
Support .........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................6
Warranty Terms ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 7
What’s Included ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................10
Let’s Get Started ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 11
Did You Know? .........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................11
Monitor ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................11
Cameras .....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................11
Monitor and Camera Features ............................................................................................................................................................................................................12
Battery Installation .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................13
Getting The Most Out Of Your Rechargeable Battery..................................................................................................................................................................13
Connecting Power To The Monitor / Charging The Battery .....................................................................................................................................................14
Connecting Power To The Camera ...................................................................................................................................................................................................14
Set Up .........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................14
Placement Of The Monitor...................................................................................................................................................................................................................15
Placement Of The Camera ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................15
Mounting The Camera On A Wall Safely .........................................................................................................................................................................................16
Night Vision ..............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................17
Turning On The Monitor ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................17
Pairing .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................17
Operations ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 17
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Talk To Babytm ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................19
Camera Views ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 20
Pan/Tilt/Zoom ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................21
Menu Functions ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................22
Menu Icons .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 22
Menu .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 23
Feed/Nap Timer ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 24
Lullabies .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 26
Temperature ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 28
Pairing .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................31
Unpairing ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................33
Settings...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 35
Support...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 45
Troubleshooting ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 49
Support .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................49
Specifications ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................51
WHAT’S INCLUDED
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Baby Video Monitor
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Night Vision Camera
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Rechargeable Battery
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2 Power Adapters
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1 Camera Angle Wedge
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1 Year Warranty
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Lifetime Customer Support
This product is not a toy.
Product Intended for indoor use only.
This product contains small parts. Exercise care when unpacking and assembling the product. Failure to do so can result in choking or death. This
product does not replace responsible adult supervision. Check on your child at regular intervals and make sure your monitor is always adequately
charged. Failure to do so can be fatal.
We reserve the right to change models, configuration, or specifications without notice or liability. Product may not be exactly as shown.
This is not a medical product. If there is a problem with the child/baby, please call 911 immediately. ©2016 LEVANA®. All rights reserved. LEVANA®, the
LEVANA® logo, Willow ™ and other LEVANA® marks may be registered. All other Trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
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LET’S GET STARTED
DID YOU KNOW?
Your Willow monitor is compatible with 2 different types of cameras! To learn more about adding additional cameras, please visit our website
at www.mylevana.com.
MONITOR
CAMERAS
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LET’S GET STARTED
MONITOR AND CAMERA FEATURES
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2
4
10
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5
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7
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9
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6
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6
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1.
Power Button
6.
Stand
1.
Microphone
6.
Power Input
2.
Push to Talk Button
7.
Battery Compartment
2.
Power LED
7.
Power On/Off
3.
Menu Button
8.
LCD Screen
3.
Night Vision Light Sensor
8.
Speaker
4.
Speaker
9.
Microphone
4.
Temperature Sensor
9.
Pairing Button
5.
Volume
10. Antenna
5.
Antenna
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LET’S GET STARTED
BATTERY INSTALLATION
1.
Slide the battery
compartment cover to the
left to remove.
2.
Insert the battery. The
battery connectors
will line up with the
connectors inside the
battery compartment.
3.
Slide the battery
compartment cover back in
to lock it into place.
NOTE: For extended periods of non-use, Levana recommends
removing the battery from the monitor.
GETTING THE MOST OUT OF YOUR RECHARGEABLE BATTERY
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Fully charge the battery
(3-7 hours) before first use
•
To maximize battery life,
charge the battery before
the battery is fully drained
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Avoid extreme heat or cold
as this will affect the life of
the battery
Sleep Mode: When sleep mode is enabled, the monitor automatically sleeps after 20 seconds of inactivity.
Adjustable Brightness: Decreasing the screen brightness will extend the battery life.
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•
Turn the LCD screen off;
press the power
button on the top of the
monitor once
SET UP
CONNECTING POWER TO THE MONITOR / CHARGING THE BATTERY
CONNECTING POWER TO THE CAMERA
Warning: Baby monitors and cameras with power cords should never be hung on or near the crib as it is a strangulation hazard. Power cords
should be kept no less than 3 feet away from the crib and the baby’s reach at all times.
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SET UP
PLACEMENT OF THE MONITOR
PLACEMENT OF THE CAMERA
You can place the monitor on a tabletop using the retractable table
stand on the back of the monitor. When not in use, simply tuck the
table stand away into the back of the monitor. The stand will sit
flush against the back of the monitor.
The camera can be placed on a tabletop or hung on the wall above
the area being monitored.
•
Place the camera within 15 feet of the area being monitored for
best picture results
•
Do not place objects within 2 feet of the field of vision of the
camera as the night vision will not activate correctly if objects
are too close
To increase the downward viewing angle of the camera, use the Pan/Tilt/Zoom feature to move the camera to the desired angle.
1.
Place the camera on a tabletop no less than 3 feet away from
your baby’s crib.
2.
Feed the power cord down the back of the table or use wall clips
(not included) to secure the cord away so the baby cannot reach it.
3.
Plug in the power cord, check the monitor to ensure that you are
getting a good view of your child and there are no obstructions.
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ft
pi
pies
Warning: Baby monitors and cameras with power cords should never be hung on or near the crib as it is a strangulation hazard. Power cords
should be kept no less than 3 feet away from the crib and the baby’s reach at all times.
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SET UP
MOUNTING THE CAMERA ON A WALL SAFELY
Before drilling the holes, it is important to check the reception and camera positioning in the intended location on the wall. Ensure you are
hanging the camera no less than 3 feet away from baby’s crib.
1.
Pre-drill two holes in the wall using a 3/16”, 4.8mm drill bit.
2.
Insert wall anchors (not included) into each hole and tap gently
with a hammer until the anchors are flush with the wall.
3.
Insert a screw (not included) into each wall anchor and tighten
until the screws only stick out approximately ½”.
4.
Plug the power cord into the power input of the camera.
5.
Locate the wall mounting holes on the bottom of the camera base.
6.
Slide the holes over the screws sticking out of the wall.
7.
Confirm that the camera is secure; if it is loose you may have to
tighten the screws more.
8.
Use wall clips (not included) to secure the power cord away
from the crib or the baby’s reach.
9.
Connect the other end of the adapter into an available wall outlet.
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ft
pi
pies
Warning: Baby monitors and cameras with power cords should never be hung on or near the crib as it is a strangulation hazard. Power cords
should be kept no less than 3 feet away from the crib and the baby’s reach at all times.
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OPERATIONS
NIGHT VISION
The camera is equipped with invisible IR (Infrared) LEDs which keep
the nursery dark. The LEDs are located on the front of the camera
and allow you to see up to 12 feet in complete darkness so you can
check on your baby at any time of night. The night vision LEDs will
activate automatically when the light sensor on the camera detects
that the light levels are too low.
TURNING ON THE MONITOR
Press and hold the Power button
monitor.
on the top left of the
PAIRING
The camera and monitor come paired (connected) to each other.
If after setup the camera and monitor are not automatically paired,
you will need to connect them manually. Please see page 31 for full
instructions on pairing.
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OPERATIONS
VOLUME
Use the /
icons on the right side of the monitor to increase/decrease/mute the volume. If you press and hold the
to change the volume on the touch screen will appear on the screen.
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•
Press the
icon to increase the volume in live view; the
volume icon will display the volume level in the top corner of
the screen
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Press the
icon to decrease the volume; to mute, decrease the
volume until the icon appears in the top left corner of the screen
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1
button, the option
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OPERATIONS
TALK TO BABYTM
With the simple press of a button, you can talk to your child at any time without entering the nursery.
1.
To talk, press and hold the button on the top right corner of
the monitor and release to listen. You can adjust the volume
coming from the camera in the lullaby Menu.
2.
To talk when using multiple cameras, tap the
on the bottom
left corner of the screen to view all cameras and tap the desired
camera, from the icons that show on screen. Tap the desired
camera.
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OPERATIONS
CAMERA VIEWS
Camera views allow you to choose how you view your cameras. You can choose from single, split screen (for cameras 1 & 2 only), and quad
screen view.
1.
To change the camera view when you have paired multiple
cameras, tap the camera 1 icon shown on the bottom left hand
corner of the screen.
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Single Screen
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2.
The available cameras will be shown on the screen. The Menu
will only show the available cameras.
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Split Screen
NOTE: In split screen or quad screen, the volume defaults to the active camera
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Quad Screen
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OPERATIONS
PAN/TILT/ZOOM
PTZ
Zoom
The camera is equipped with Pan/Tilt/Zoom (PTZ). You can adjust
the angle 300° degrees horizontal and 110° degrees vertical from the
center position.
The zoom function allows you to zoom in 2X on the image shown
on the screen.
1.
Tap the touch screen. The navigational arrows will appear on
the screen.
1.
Tap the touch screen. The navigational arrows will appear on
the screen.
2.
Using the navigational arrows, move the camera to the desired
position.
2.
Tap the magnifying glass icon in the top right corner to zoom
in on the image.
3.
The PTZ arrows will automatically be removed from the screen
after 5 seconds when the screen is not touched.
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MENU FUNCTIONS
MENU ICONS
Sleep Mode
Volume - 2
Temperature Hot
Audio Only
Volume - 3
Zoom Lens
Unpair Camera
Volume - /Off / Mute
Zoom Lens
Camera - 1
Timer - Last feed right
Quad Screen
Camera - 2
Timer - Last feed left
Split Screen
Camera - 3
Timer - ON
LED Indicator - 1
Camera - 4
Battery - 100%
LED Indicator - 2
Signal - 1
Battery - 50-75%
LED Indicator - 3
Signal - 2
Battery - 25-50%
LED Indicator - 4
Signal - 3
Battery - 0-25%
LED Indicator - 5
Signal - 4
Battery - Charging
Volume - 1
Temperature Cold
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MENU FUNCTIONS
MENU
1.
To access the Menu press the orange Menu button.
2.
To go back to camera view, tap the back icon.
BACK
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Feed/Nap Timer
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Lullabies
Settings
BACK
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Temperature
Introduction
Pair Camera
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Support
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FAQ
Customer Support
MENU FUNCTIONS
FEED/NAP TIMER
After feeding your baby or when putting your baby down for a nap you can set a timer that alerts you when it’s time for another feeding or
for baby to wake up.
1.
Open the Menu and tap the Feed/Nap Timer icon.
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2.
The Feed/Nap Timer Menu has options to set timers for
each camera.
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Set Timer
Camera 1
Camera 2
Feed/Nap Timer
Lullabies
Camera 3
Temperature
Camera 4
Pair Camera
Settings
Support
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BACK
Last Feed
03 : 00
Hr
Min
LEFT
RIGHT
Alert Settings
START
AUDIBLE
REPEAT
ON SCREEN
MENU FUNCTIONS
FEED/NAP TIMER CONTINUED
A.
Camera Selection: The drop down Menu will allow you to set
a timer for each camera connected. The Menu will only show
multiple camera selections if more than one camera is paired
with the monitor.
B.
Set Timer: Allows you to set the time interval for the alert
between feeding or naps.
C.
D.
E.
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Last Feed: When selecting LEFT or RIGHT for Last Feed, a small
dot will be shown as an icon on the top Menu. If on screen
alerts are enabled the alert will appear for easy reference when
breast feeding.
Camera 3
Camera 4
Alert Setting: You can choose to have the following types of alerts:
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Audible - Audible alert will sound
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On Screen - An icon will flash on the screen
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Audible & On Screen - Will play an audible alert and flash
the icon on the screen
Set Timer
Camera 1
Camera 2
Start/Repeat: Tapping this on screen icon, allows you to start
the timer or to repeat the timer.
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BACK
Last Feed
03 : 00
Hr
Min
LEFT
RIGHT
Alert Settings
START
AUDIBLE
REPEAT
ON SCREEN
MENU FUNCTIONS
LULLABIES
The Lullabies Menu allows you to choose from 5 different Lullabies that will help soothe your baby to sleep. Within this Menu, you can select
each lullaby, turn Lullabies on/off for each connected camera, and adjust the volume.
1.
Open the Menu and tap the Lullabies icon.
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2.
The Lullabies Menu has options to set Lullabies for each camera.
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BACK
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Timer
Camera 1
Feed/Nap Timer
Lullabies
ON
OFF
Temperature
Set Duration
Lullaby 1
Pair Camera
Settings
PLAY
Support
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Hr
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Min
Camera Volume
MENU FUNCTIONS
LULLABIES CONTINUED
A.
Camera Selection: This drop down will allow you to choose
which camera you would like to play lullabies on.
B.
Lullaby Selection: This drop down will allow you to choose 1 of
5 lullabies to play.
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White Noise
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Ocean Sounds
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Brahms Lullaby
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Discovering the World
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Chopin Nocturne
C.
Timer: You can set the timer to turn ON or OFF.
D.
Set Duration: You can select a duration time for the lullabies to
play. Once this time has passed, lullabies will turn off.
E.
PLAY/OFF: Tapping this icon will allow you to manually turn
the lullabies on. When turned on, PLAY will change to OFF.
When displaying OFF tapping the icon will turn the lullabies off.
F.
Camera Volume: Tap the
or
icons to adjust the volume of
the lullaby being played from the camera. This will also adjust
the volume of the camera when using the Talk to Baby feature.
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Timer
Camera 1
ON
OFF
Set Duration
Lullaby 1
01 : 15
Hr
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Min
PLAY
Camera Volume
MENU FUNCTIONS
TEMPERATURE
The Temperature Menu allows you to set up audible and/or visual alerts when the temperature in the room becomes too low or too high. This
is monitored by the camera.
1.
Open the Menu and tap the Temperature icon.
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2.
The Temperature Menu has options to set alerts and
temperature ranges.
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BACK
Alert
Temperature
C°
Feed/Nap Timer
Lullabies
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ON
Alert Settings
OFF
AUDIBLE
Temperature
Temp. Range
F°
Pair Camera
Settings
Support
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Low
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Hi
ON SCREEN
MENU FUNCTIONS
TEMPERATURE CONTINUED
A.
Temperature: Tapping °C or °F will determine how the temperature units will display in the top Menu bar in the camera view screen.
B.
Alert: Tapping ON or OFF will turn the alerts on or off.
C.
Temperature Range: You can set a temperature range to alert you if the temperature where the camera is becomes too low or too high.
This setting allows you to choose a minimum temperature and a maximum temperature to ensure the room is just right for baby.
D.
Alert Settings: You can set a temperature alert type to indicate when the temperature is too low or too high. Select to review an audible
alert on screen alert or both. The color will change from white to orange indicating it is on.
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By tapping Audible you will hear 3 beeps to alert you of high or low temperatures
•
By tapping the On Screen icon, you will see the temperature alert appear/flash on screen every 3 seconds
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By Tapping both Audible and On Screen you will hear the alert and the blue or red thermometer will flash on screen every 3 seconds
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MENU FUNCTIONS
TEMPERATURE CONTINUED
3.
When the temperature is too low a blue thermometer will flash
on screen.
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When the temperature is too high a red thermometer will flash
on screen.
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MENU FUNCTIONS
PAIRING
The pairing Menu allows you to pair or unpair cameras.
1.
Open the Menu and tap the Pair Camera icon
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BACK
.
2.
The Pair Camera Menu has the option to pair up to 4 cameras.
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BACK
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Tap to pair additional camera
Press pairing button on camera now
Feed/Nap Timer
Lullabies
Temperature
1
2
Tap to pair additional camera
Pair Camera
Settings
Support
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3.
Tap to pair additional camera
4
To pair a camera tap one of the grid squares that shows “Tap to pair additional camera”. Press the pairing button on the side of the
camera when the message on the screen reads “Press pairing button on the camera now”.
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MENU FUNCTIONS
PAIRING CONTINUED
4.
If the camera successfully pairs to the monitor, you will see a
on the screen.
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BACK
5.
If the camera fails to pair to the monitor, you will see an
the screen. If shown, repeat the pairing steps.
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Tap to pair additional camera
1
2
Tap to pair additional camera
3
Tap to pair additional camera
1
Tap to pair additional camera
2
Tap to pair additional camera
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Tap to pair additional camera
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MENU FUNCTIONS
UNPAIRING
Unpairing the camera allows you to remove a camera that is paired to the monitor.
1.
Open the Menu, and tap the Pair Camera icon.
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BACK
2.
Tap the
to unpair the camera.
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BACK
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Tap to pair additional camera
Press pairing button on camera now
Feed/Nap Timer
Lullabies
Temperature
1
2
Tap to pair additional camera
Pair Camera
Settings
Tap to pair additional camera
Support
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4
MENU FUNCTIONS
UNPAIRING CONTINUED
3.
Once tapped, a confirmation message will appear on the screen.
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4.
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BACK
Select YES to unpair the camera or NO to go back to the
previous screen. If YES is selected you will see a success
message when it is unpaired.
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BACK
Are you sure you want to unpair camera?
Camera unpairing successful!
NO
YES
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MENU FUNCTIONS
SETTINGS
1.
Open the Menu and tap the Settings icon.
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2.
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The Settings Menu has 6 submenu options.
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BACK
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Feed/Nap Timer
Lullabies
Temperature
Power Save
Brightness
Time Set
Pair Camera
Settings
Support
Calibration
Language
Factory Reset
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MENU FUNCTIONS
Power Save
When enabled Power Save helps to extend battery life by shutting off the screen when no sound is heard or by making the monitor an audio
only monitor.
1.
Tap the Power Save Icon to enter the sub Menu.
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Power Save
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BACK
Brightness
2.
The Power Save Menu has the option to select Audio only or
Sleep Mode to increase battery life.
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Language
BACK
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Time Set
Audio Only
Calibration
1
Factory Reset
Sleep Mode
Sensitivity
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MENU FUNCTIONS
Power Save Continued
A.
Audio Only: By tapping Audio Only, the icon will turn orange and the monitor screen will shut off in 20 seconds. Sound can still be heard
from the monitor. To turn the monitor screen back on, press the power button. To turn off the Audio Only function tap the Audio Only
icon again, in the Power Save Menu.
B.
Sleep Mode: By tapping Sleep Mode, the icon will turn orange and the monitor screen will shut off in 20 seconds. No audio will be heard
from the monitor. When a sound is heard through the camera the monitor will turn back on. There are 4 sensitivity settings to choose
from. To adjust tap the
and
icons on the screen.
NOTE: Power Save does not function with multiple cameras. Only the camera selected with the orange camera indicator, will detect sound
and activate the screen.
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MENU FUNCTIONS
Brightness
Brightness will allow you to control how dim or bright the picture on the monitor appears.
1.
Tap the Brightness icon to enter the submenu.
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1
BACK
2.
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Power Save
Brightness
Time Set
Calibration
Language
Factory Reset
Adjust the brightness by tapping the
and
icon on the
screen. The lower the setting the darker the image will be.
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1
BACK
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MENU FUNCTIONS
Time Set
Time Set allows you to set the time that is shown on your monitor.
Tap the Time Set icon to enter the submenu.
2.
The Time Set Menu allows you to choose a 12H or 24H
clock. Using the ^ and arrow icons, you can adjust the
hour and minutes.
^
1.
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1
BACK
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1
BACK
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Time
Power Save
Brightness
Time Set
12hr
24hr
Calibration
Language
Factory Reset
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MENU FUNCTIONS
Calibration
The Calibration Menu allows to you calibrate the touch screen to ensure the touch is accurate.
1.
Tap the Calibration icon to enter the submenu.
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am
Power Save
1
BACK
Brightness
2.
Tap YES to proceed with the calibration or NO to go back to the
Settings Menu.
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am
1
Language
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Do you want to calibrate the screen?
Time Set
NO
Calibration
BACK
Factory Reset
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YES
MENU FUNCTIONS
Calibration Continued
3.
Follow the on screen prompts by tapping the X when it appears
on the screen.
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am
1
BACK
4.
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Once completed, a message will show “Screen
successfully calibrated!”
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am
1
BACK
Screen successfully calibrated!
Please tap the X
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MENU FUNCTIONS
Language
The Language Menu will allow you to choose the language setting for your monitor.
1.
Tap the Language icon to enter the submenu.
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1
BACK
2.
You can select English, French, or Spanish.
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1
BACK
ENGLISH
Power Save
Brightness
Time Set
FRENCH
ESPANOL
Calibration
Language
Factory Reset
EXIT
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MENU FUNCTIONS
Factory Reset
The Factory Reset allows you to restore the monitor back to the factory default settings.
1.
Tap the Factory Reset icon to enter the submenu.
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Power Save
1
BACK
Brightness
2.
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A message will be shown on the screen stating “Are you sure
you want to reset the factory default settings? This action
cannot be undone”. Tap OK to confirm the factory reset or
BACK to return to the previous Menu.
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1
BACK
Are you sure you want to reset to factory default settings?
This action cannot be undone.
Time Set
OK
Calibration
Language
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Factory Reset
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MENU FUNCTIONS
Factory Reset Continued
3.
When successfully reset you will see a confirmation message
on screen.
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1
BACK
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Your monitor has been restored to it’s factory default.
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MENU FUNCTIONS
SUPPORT
The Support Menu has 3 options available.
Introduction
1.
Tap the Support icon to enter the submenu.
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Feed/Nap Timer
1
BACK
Lullabies
2.
Tap Introduction.
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Settings
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Temperature
Introduction
Pair Camera
1
Support
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FAQ
Customer Support
MENU FUNCTIONS
Introduction Continued
3.
Within the Introduction Menu, you can choose to turn the Introduction mode ON or OFF during start up. By tapping the
can go through the introduction again to review the features and functions of the monitor.
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1
BACK
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Introduction on start up
ON
OFF
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icon, you
MENU FUNCTIONS
FAQ
The FAQ Menu will take you to list of the most frequently asked questions.
1.
Tap the FAQ icon.
2.
A list of the most frequently asked questions will appear on the
screen. For example, by selecting “How do I pair an additional
camera?” You will see step by step instructions on how to pair
your camera.
Note: You cannot pair a camera while in the FAQ.
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Introduction
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BACK
FAQ
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Customer Support
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1
BACK
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MENU FUNCTIONS
Customer Support
The Customer Support option will provide you with the website address to contact our customer support team via Live Chat or using our
Contact Us form.
1.
Tap Customer Support.
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1
2.
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The web address will be shown on the screen.
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1
BACK
www.mylevana.com/support
Introduction
FAQ
Customer Support
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SUPPORT
TROUBLESHOOTING
Monitor/Camera does not function
Reception interference (static)
•
Confirm that the camera and monitor are on.
•
•
The battery may be depleted; try recharging the battery.
The camera and monitor may be too far apart; try to move the
unit closer together.
•
The power adapters may not be properly connected.
•
The battery power may be too low; try recharging the battery.
•
Other electronic devices such as wireless routers or microwaves
may be interfering with the signal; try moving the position of the
unit.
•
The camera or monitor may be placed too close to many metal
objects; try moving the position of the unit.
No reception
•
The camera and monitor may not be properly paired; follow
pairing instructions to repair the camera and monitor.
•
The camera may be too far away from the monitor; try to move
the units closer together.
•
Extend the antenna on the monitor for better reception.
Lullabies are greyed out
Feedback (screeching, static)
•
The camera and monitor may be too close together; try moving
the position of the unit.
•
The volume on the monitor may be set too high; adjust the
volume to a lower setting to prevent feedback.
•
Ensure a PTZ camera is paired to the unit.
•
Try unpairing and repairing a PTZ camera.
Touchscreen
•
Fixed cameras do not play lullabies.
•
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If touch screen seems slow to respond, perform a screen
calibration: this tool is used to improve the responsiveness of the
screen to the user’s touch.
SUPPORT
Noise (static, beeping)
Day/night vision is whitewashed
•
•
Ensure that night vision light sensor is pointed away from a wall
and is not covered.
•
A white or reflective surface could be causing light to bounce
back into the camera; try moving the position of the camera.
The battery power may be too low; try recharging the battery.
Picture works but there is no sound
•
Volume setting may be too low.
Audio works but there is no picture
The rechargeable battery will not charge
•
•
The power adapters may not be connected.
•
The battery may not be properly connected inside the battery
compartment.
The Power Save settings may be enabled. Press the power
button to turn the monitor screen back on. Press the orange
Menu button and tap Settings Power Save and tap the Audio
Only icon to turn the feature off.
Maintenance
Picture is black and white
•
Night vision LEDs may be ON; try increasing the amount of light
in the room being monitored.
Split Screen
•
•
Clean the surfaces of the camera and monitor with a soft,
fluff-free cloth.
•
If the units become dirty, use a lightly dampened cloth to wipe
surfaces, taking care to not allow water into any openings.
•
Never use cleaning agents or solvents.
If trying to using the split screen feature but when tapping the
camera icon the option is not there ensure that the you have
2 cameras paired to the monitor and that these 2 cameras are
paired to position 1 & 2. Split screen will only be available when
cameras are paired to position 1 & 2.
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SPECIFICATIONS
MONITOR
Monitor Type
TFT LCD Touchscreen
Expandable
Up to 4 Cameras
Battery Capacity
2400 mAh
Screen Size
5”
Micro SD Recording
No
Battery Connection
Charging Contact
Resolution
800 x 480
Micro SD Capacity
No
Battery Life (Video + Audio On)
8 hrs
Frame Rate
25 FPS
Record Photo
No
Battery Life (Sleep/Audio Only Mode)
Up to 12 hrs
LCD Brightness
Adjustable - 5 Levels
Record Video
No
Battery Low - Visual Warning
Yes
Frequency
2.4GHz
Zoom
1x
Battery Low - Audible Warning
Yes
Frequency Range
2.4 to 2.483GHz (19 Channels)
Quad Screen
Yes
Volume Indicator LED
Yes
Private Signal
Yes
Split Screen
Yes
Key Lock
No
Technology
Digital FHSS
Scan View
No
Housing Material
ABS Plastic
No. of hop/sec
300
Speaker
Yes
Power Adapter Input
100~240VAC
No. of hopping channels
19
Microphone
Yes
Power Adapter
5V 1000mA USB
Channel Bandwidth
3.375 MHz
Talk to Baby
Yes
Operating Temperature
0 C to 45 C ~ 32 F to 122 F
Data Rate
3 Mbps
Lullabies
Yes
Dimensions
3.66in x .59in x 5.79in
93m m x 15mm x 147mm
Max Transmission Range
750 ft
Feeding Timer
Yes (User Defined)
Weight
0.45 lbs (battery inserted)
0.35 lbs (battery removed)
Optimum Transmission Range
150 ft
Battery Type
Li-Polymer
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SPECIFICATIONS
CAMERA
Image sensor
CMOS
Speaker
Yes
Resolution
640 x 480
Housing Material
ABS Plastic
Viewing Angle
50 Degrees
Wall Mountable
Yes
Focal Length
3.0 mm
Power Adapter Input
100~240VAC
Optimal Focal Distance
2-10 ft
Power Adapter
3.5mm, 6VDC 800mA
PTZ
Yes
Operating Temperature
0 to 45 Degree Celsius ~ 32 to 113 Degrees Fahrenheit
Range of Motion - Horizontal
300 Degrees
Dimensions
3.5”x 4.0”x 4.5”
Range of Motion – Vertical
110 Degrees
Weight
0.55 lbs
Frequency
2.4 GHz
Private Signal
Yes
Technology
Digital FHSS
Max Transmission Range
500 ft
Optimum Transmission Range
150 ft
Number of IR LEDs
8
IR Wavelength
940 nm
Night Vision Distance
12 ft
Battery Operable
No
Microphone
Yes
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