digital wireless 9” lcd monitoring system with sd card recording

digital wireless 9” lcd monitoring system with sd card recording

DIGITAL WIRELESS 9” LCD

MONITORING SYSTEM

WITH SD CARD RECORDING

MODEL: Danrou KCM-7790DR

Feature list:

 850nm IR Led visible distance up to 15m

 9” TFT Lcd Digital panel (800 RGB x 480)

Two way audio

 Scan function

 PIR trigger or Video motion detect alert& recording

 Manual recording

 Touch button operation

 Schedule recording separate settings from Monday to Sunday

 Micro SD Card capacity up to 64GB

 One LCD monitor can pair four cameras

 Frame rate: Cam x 2 : 720p x1 @ 15 fps or Cam x 2 : VGA x2 @ 30 fps or Cam x 4 : VGA x 4 @ 15 fps

 Individual recording files

 5 Seconds pre-recording

 LCD : 5v DC 2A Power adaptor (+/-5%)

 Camera: 9v DC 600mA (+/-5%)

 RF range: 150 meter (Line of sight)

 Quad view

Remote view and playback by Android or iOS smart phone

The system includes the following components :

Wireless Receiver

Front Panel buttons

1. LCD Screen – Displays video from the camera(s) or displays system operations.

Item Button

2.

:Talk back

3.

Function

Enable two-way audio Intercom

Activate / deactivate motion recording.

: Motion Recording

4.

Activate / deactivate manual recording.

: Manual Recording

5.

: Change Channel

6.

: Quad / Sequence Mode

7.

: Zoom

8.

: Delete File

9.

: Menu

10.

: Joystick

Back controls

Switch between connected cameras.

Switch between Sequence and Quad (up to 4-channels) viewing mode.

Switch between 2x digital zoom and normal viewing mode.

Delete highlighted files in Playback mode.

Open Main Menu. Return to previous menu / exit menus.

Move left / right / up / down to move the cursor in menus.

Push to enter Playback mode.

1. Wireless Antennas: Position the antennas as needed for best reception.

2. Power Button: Press and hold to turn the receiver on / off. Press and release while the unit is powered on to turn Scan mode.

3. Receiver Stand

4. Speaker

5. Stratus UID Number / QR Code: Unique ID number for connection to the system on a smartphone / tablet.

6. Ethernet Port (RJ45): Connect the receiver to your router using the included Ethernet cable to enable smartphone / tablet connectivity.

7. Power Port: Connect to a local power outlet using the included power adapter.

8. Volume Controls: Turn the receiver volume up and down.

9. micro SD Card Slot: Insert up to a 64GB micro SD card.

10. USB Port: Used for service purposes only.

11. Reset: Using a paper clip or other thin object, push the reset button to restore the system to its default settings.

12. Power Indicator LED: Glows when receiver is connected to power.

Wireless Camera

1. IR LEDs – Infrared LEDs provide viewing in no/low light conditions

2. Camera Lens –Catches the video in front of the lens and transmits video from camera to receiver.

3. PIR Sensor – Detects motion in front of the lens and emits detection signal to transmitter.

4. Speaker – Produces the sound transmitted from the receiver.

5. Camera Antenna – Sends & receives signals to or from the receiver.

6. Wall Mounting Bracket – Use the bracket to mount the camera on a wall or other flat surfaces.

7. AC Adaptor Jack – Plug the AC adaptor to the jack for camera’s power supply.

8. Pair Button – The pair button is located on the back of the camera, it is used to pair the camera with receiver.

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.

Camera Installation

Before you install the camera, carefully plan where and how it will be positioned, and where you will route the cable that connects the camera to the power adaptor.

Before starting permanent installation, verify its performance by observing the image on the receiver when camera is positioned in the same location/position where it will be permanently installed and the receiver is placed in the location where it will be used most of the time.

Installation Warnings

·

Aim the camera(s) to best optimize the viewing area: Select a location for the camera that provides a clear view of the area you want to monitor, which is free from dust, and is not in line-of-sight to a strong light source or direct sunlight.

·

Avoid installing the cameras where there are thick walls, or obstructions between the Cameras and the

Receiver.

·

Select a location for the camera that has an ambient temperature between 14°F~104°F(-10°

C~40°C)

·

Not intended for submersion in water. For outdoor use, installation in a sheltered location is recommended

Night Vision

This camera has built-in IR LEDs, which provides the camera with the ability to view images in no/low light conditions.

Mounting Positions

You may mount your camera on a wall, ceiling, or counter. See the images below for recommended configurations of the camera stand and antenna.

Wall Ceiling Counter

NOTE:

For ceiling installation, position the antenna as high as the ceiling allows. See the"Ceiling" mounting position in the figure above.

To Install the Cameras

1. Use the included mounting screws to mount the camera to the mounting surface:

· Mark the positions of the screw holes on the mounting surface.

· Drill holes and insert the drywall plugs (included) as needed.

· Firmly attach the camera to the mounting surface using the included screws.

NOTE (1):

If you are running the power cable through the mounting surface, connect power before firmly attaching the camera to the mounting surface.

NOTE (2):

If you run the power cable along the mounting surface, the cable must go through the cable notch on the camera base. This will keep the camera base flush to the mounting surface.

NOTE (3): The camera can also be placed on a flat surface, such as a Table or Shelf, and no mounting hardware is required.

2. Loosen the thumbscrews (1, 2) and the adjustment ring (3) by turning them counter clockwise.

3. Adjust the angle of the camera until the desired view is set. Tighten the thumbscrews and the adjustment ring to secure the camera’s position.

NOTE: You can install additional cameras (maximum of 4 cameras). When adding cameras that were not included in the original box, you will need to pair up the cameras with the receiver. Refer to the camera pairing section of this manual.

4. Connect the power cable from the camera to the weatherproof power connector. Plug the power adapter into a power outlet or surge protector.

NOTE:

Power cables are only weatherproof when fully inserted at the connection point.

Power cables may not be submerged in water.

Make sure is the DC 9V for camera, and DC 5V for Receiver

Make sure the power adaptor is placed into a grounded outlet or surge bar to protect the camera from power fluctuations.

1 Using the system

By default, the camera(s) included with your system are automatically paired to the receiver. The camera(s) and receiver will communicate with each other once they are powered on.

Note: It is recommended to power on the cameras before powering on the receiver.

1.1 Understanding the On-screen Display

With camera 1 properly connected and powered on, the system displays a full-screen live view of the camera.

With more than one camera properly connected and powered on, the system displays up to 4 channels in split screen with the live view of each camera. The figure below shows the display configuration for 2

cameras connected.

1 Signal Indicator –The signal indicator shows the strength of the signal being received from the camera. The number of bars in the Signal Indicator shows the strength of the signal. One or no bars indicates the signal is poor, and 4 bars indicate a very strong signal.

Note

If the signal is low (e.g.,1 or 2 bars) adjust the antennas, or reposition the cameras or receiver for best performance.

The signal indicator is not shown during Quad mode.

Signal Indicators:

OUT OF RANGE Warning

When the receiver can’t get signal from cameras, warning message will be displayed. Reposition the camera, or check the camera power connection.

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2 Channel Indicator–Displays the current channel number you are presently viewing. If viewing multiple cameras at once, the camera indicator will appear above each video display .

Press Cam button to view camera in manual switching mode.

Under Quad mode :

*Press view button to enter automatically switch between channels.Press view again to enter

Quad mode.

*Press joystick button 1.2.3.4 to accordingly switch available cam1,cam2,cam3,cam4.

3 micro SD Card Indicator – When a microSD card is inserted into the SD card slot, the indicator will be shown on the LCD screen. A white icon shows that a microSD card with available recording space is inserted in the receiver. A red icon indicates the microSD card is full.

4 Network status Indicator –A red icon shows that the connection has failed or the system is not connected to a network. A green icon shows that the system is connected to the Internet and tell you the monitor connect with internet mode. A yellow icon shows that the system is connected to the intranet and tell you the monitor connect with intranet mode.

Remote connection Indication- When a smartphone / tablet is accessing the system remotely, the network status indicator changes to a remote connection icon .

5 Talk back Indicator- Touch and hold on the monitor then talk back to the camera, the indicator . will be shown on the LCD screen.

6 Recording Indicator–"REC" appears when recording is in progress. If viewing and recording video from multiple cameras at once, the recording indicator will appear above each video display where recording is enabled

7 Zoom Indicator-Press the Zoom button on the front panel of monitor to enter “×2” mode, the indicator will be shown on the LCD screen. shows on the screen ,you can use the joystick button to

navigate to parts of the video that are outside the range of screen. Press zoom again to exit zoom mode.

8 Overwrite Indicator –Indicates Overwrite mode is on, which means the system will overwrite the oldest recordings when the memory card is full. When you choose the overwrite function, the indicator will be shown on the LCD screen

9 New Record Indicator- Indicates that there are new recordings saved to the microSD card.

10 Battery Indicator-Indicates the battery life of LCD monitor in low battery will show red and the green LED under the indicator light will flash.

11 Time stamp-The current date and time on the system(month/date/year, hour/minute/second)

12 Motion recording indicator- Indicates that motion recording is turned on.

13 Volume indicator-Shows the current volume of the receiver. You must be in single channel viewing mode to change volume, indicate the volume 0.

14 New download icon- appears on the screen if new firmware is available.

2 Viewing Modes

There are four different viewing modes available on the system: single channel viewing, Auto Sequence

Viewing mode (view individual channels automatically in sequence), Quad mode, and Scan mode.

Note: Auto Sequence Viewing mode cycles through connected channels in full-screen.

Use Quad mode to view up to four cameras simultaneously.

Use Scan mode, the receiver’s LCD screen and speaker will turn off unless motion is detected by one of the cameras. The LCD screen turns on and displays video from the camera where motion was detected for 15 seconds before turning off again. This conserves battery power and alerts you only when needed.

You can configure how much motion is needed to turn the display on in Scan mode by changing a camera’s video motion detection settings. When exiting Scan mode, the receiver resumes live viewing in

Auto Sequence Viewing mode.

To change viewing modes:

Press view to select between Quad mode (half-Quad mode when only 2 cameras are connected) and Auto Sequence viewing mode. OR Press change channel icon to switch between channels 1~4 in single channel view.

Quad mode half- Quad mode

Note: When you only pair a camera or set one camera on(other three is off), there is no access to see

QUAD mode.

3 micro SD Card Recording

The system records video to the micro SD card (not included). You can manually record the video at your desire or the receiver records when there is motion detected by the cameras and under the A/REC function, or schedule recording based on the scheduled you set for each camera. Before recording, you need to insert a micro SD card to the micro SD card slot. The system can support up to 64GB micro SD card.

Recording Prerequisites: A micro SD card must be inserted into the receiver in order to record video.

You should always format the micro SD card prior to initial recording.

The following recording modes are available on the system: manual recording, schedule recording, and motion recording. Record up to 4 channels at the same time.

3.1 Motion Recording

System only records when motion is detected by a camera(s).Press

Motion on the front panel of the receiver to start motion recording. There is a on the bottom right of corner. In this mode the receiver starts recording prior to 5 seconds when motion detected by any activated camera. The recording time can be set to 15s,30s or 1minitus after last detection. (Receiver support recording 4 camera at the same time in quad mode)

Press Motion again or press Rec to stop recording, after stopping recording press Motion to cancel automatic recording mode.

3.2 Manual Recording

Press Record on the front panel of the receiver to starts manual recording. Press the key again to stop manual recording.

Note: In Quad view,it can continuous record from up to 4 cameras at a time .

3.3 Schedule Recording

Continuous or motion event recording from up to four cameras according to a weekly schedule . Set the recording start time and end time, then switch on schedule recording in the menu to enable schedule recording. In this mode the receiver records at a certain time every day.

3.4 Overwrite

Enter recording menu—overwrite—choose “yes” to activate overwrite function. Overwrite function can automatically delete previous records when the micro SD card is full, and record new films.

4 Playback

Playback mode allows you to playback recorded video files from the micro SD card. You can view videos or images directly on the system or by connecting the micro SD card to your computer.

4.1 Video Playback

To playback recorded video on the system:

1. During live viewing, push joystick, The Recording File

List opens.

2. Move the Joystick up / down to change the displayed month.

3. Select the channels you would like to view recordings from:

Move the joystick left / right arrow to select the channel numbers

Move the joystick up / down arrow to show or hide each channel on the calendar.

Select the button with all four channels to show recordings from all connected cameras on the calendar.

4. Once you have selected the month and the channels to display on the calendar, push the joystick to refresh the display. Dates that have recordings available for playback are highlighted in green.

5. Move the joystick left / right to select a date on the calendar, and push the joystick to view a list of recordings for that date.

Note:

The system uses a 24-hour clock.

Recordings are named by start time in hhmmss format and the channel number (for example, the recording 133245-2 began recording at 1:32:45 PM on channel 2).

6. Select a file from the list and push the joystick to confirm then the selected file loads and playback begins.. Move the joystick left / right to change pages to find video files quickly. The selected file loads and playback begins.

4.2 Playback controls:

1. Playback duration: Shows the length of the recording and how much has been viewed.

2. File name

3. Playback status: Shows whether the video is playing, paused, or stopped.

To control playback using the joystick:

LEFT: Rewind (2x > 4x > 8x > 16x).

UP: Pause / Play video.

• RIGHT: Fast-forward (1x>2x > 4x > 8x > 16x).

DOWN: Stop video.

• To change playback volume, press Volume

Controls on the side of the receiver.

To exit playback: Press Menu to return to the file list. Press Menu repeatedly to return to live view.

4.3 Deleting Video Files

You can delete files on the micro SD card directly on the system. Delete files if you need to clear space on the micro SD card (if file overwrite is disabled), or for your own file management purposes.

To delete files on the SD card:

1. From live viewing, press the joystick. The Recording File List opens.

2. Move the joystick up / down arrow to change the displayed month.

3. Move the joystick left / right arrow to select the channel numbers, and move the joystick up /down arrow to show or hide each channel on the calendar. Select the button with all four channels to show recordings from all connected cameras on the calendar.

4. When you have selected the month and channels to display on the calendar, push joystick to refresh the display. Dates that have recordings available for playback are highlighted in green.

5. Move the joystick left / right arrow to select a date on the calendar, and push the joystick to view recordings from that date.

6. Browse to the file you would like to delete. Press on the front panel of the receiver.

7. A confirmation message appears. Select YES and push the joystick to delete the file.

8. Repeat the steps above for other files on the microSD card.

CAUTION:Do NOT delete folders on the microSD card using your computer. Deleting folders may affect your access to other files on the card or may affect normal operation of the microSD card with the system. If you want to delete the entire contents of the microSD card, it is highly recommended to format the card using the system.

Viewing Video Directly from the micro SD Card

You can view the saved video files on your computer (PC or Mac) by using a SD card reader (not included). Saved video files are in ASF format.

Note:1. Some PCs and Macs may have a SD card reader built-in. Please refer to your computer's instruction manual for more details.

2. You can view ASF files natively in Windows Media Player, as well as other media players such as

VLC.

VLC is an open-source software application available at www.videolan.org

To playback recorded video on a PC:

1. Remove the micro SD card from the receiver by gently pushing on the micro SD card and then releasing. The card will eject.

2. Insert the micro SD card into a SD card reader (not included) connected to your PC. Your PC should load the micro SD card as a new Removable Drive and an Auto run window opens.

3. Click Open folder to view files or open the folder in Computer. Open the folder MFG.

You will then see a folder for each page of recorded video in Playback mode. Folders are named by page number (e.g. recordings found on the second page are in the folder 00000002).

4. Double-click any of the ASF files. The video will begin playing in your default ASF media player.

5 Accessing Menu System

Use Menu on the receiver to access to Menu system.

Use the joystick to move the cursor up/down/left/right in the menu, and push the joystick to open sub-menus and confirm/save menu selections.

Press Menu to exit menus without saving changes.

The Main Menu contains 5 submenus:

1. Settings –Use the menu for system settings, such as date & time ,default setting, format memory, time zone, network and firmware update.

2. Detect–Use the menu to set Camera’s motion detect sensitivity ( High / Medium/ Low /Off )

3. Alert– Use the menu for Receiver beeps level, to alert you when motion detected by camera. Press / to decrease/increase the volume of the audio alarm. Press

OK to confirm the adjustment.

4. Record–Use the menu for micro SD card recording

settings.

5. Camera–Use the menu to add camera(s) to the receiver, adjust the camera on/off, adjust the brightness, resolution for each camera.

5.1 Settings

- Date & Time: Set the date and time on the system.

Use to select the item (MONTH,DAY

YEAR,HOUR,MINUTE,SECOND), and use to set the time.

Note:You can also synchronize the system time with an

Internet time server. Ensure there is a checkmark next to

Synchronize with an Internet time server then push the joystick to confirm.

You must keep the system connected to your wireless network using the included Ethernet cable to synchronize with the Internet time server.

- Default Settings: Restore the system to default settings

(Default No).

Select Yes and then press OK to confirm. The system takes a few moments to restore default settings.

Also you can see the firmware version V0.06-140822, when you use a SD card to update the firmware, you can see here to confirm whether you have done well.

NOTE: Restoring default settings does not affect files recorded to the memory card or reset the date and time on the system.

- Format Memory:

Select Yes to format the micro SD card. After formatting, all the data stored in the micro SD

card will be deleted.

(default NO)

Note: Be cautious to use this function.

-Time Zone: Select the time zone where the system is being used and enable / disable Daylight Savings Time

(DST). (Default is GMT+01:00)

-Firmware Upgrade: Upgrade the system’s firmware.

Ensure the system is up-to-date with the latest firmware for optimal performance. There are two ways to upgrade firmware: from the server, or from a micro SD card.

A: To update firmware from server

1. Connect the included Ethernet cable from the

Ethernet port on the receiver to your router. The new download icon ( ) appears on the screen if new firmware is available.

2. Press , then move the joystick to select Settings.

3. Select Firmware Upgrade and push the joystick to confirm.

4. Select From Server, then select Yes.

The system takes a few moments to install the latest firmware.

5. After upgrading the new firmware, the monitor will automatically reboot .

CAUTION: During upgrading ,insure the connection of network is okay and do not plug out power during upgrading.

B:To update firmware from micro SD card

1. Insert the micro SD card into the included adapter. Insert the adapter into the SD card reader (not included) on your PC or Mac.

2. Download the latest firmware and transfer it to the root folder on the micro SD card.

3. Once the transfer is complete, insert the micro SD card into the card slot on the receiver.

4. Press , then move the joystick to select Settings.

5. Select Firmware Upgrade and push the joystick to confirm.

6. Select From SD Card, then selected Yes. The system takes a few moments to install the latest firmware.

7. After upgrading the new firmware, the monitor will automatically reboot .

CAUTION: During upgrading , do not plug out power during upgrading.

-Network:

Configure the receiver’s IP address (advanced), view network information, or reset your remote access password.

1. Networking setting: IP Addressing Options,to select the

Static IP and Dynamic IP

CAUTION: This section is for advanced users only.

Note

Dynamic IP addressing is enabled by default.

• A static IP address is not required for remote access to the system.

• You may have to configure your router settings if the

DHCP server is enabled.

2.Information:Set up the Static IP address and Dynamic IP on/off, display the current network information(IP State, IP

Address, default gateway, MAC address ,UID as pasted on the back of monitor ,etc).

3. Reset password:

Reset the password of remote access by

000000

5.2 Detect

Separately to Set each Camera’s motion detect sensitivity

(High, Medium, Low, Off), move the joystick to select the level of sensitivity then Push the joystick to confirm the adjustment.(Default Low)

5.3 Alert

Increase or decrease the volume of the buzzer when motion is detected by the camera(s). If you want to turn off the buzzer, turn the alert volume to the mini-mum setting (Default 0).

To increase/decrease alert volume:

1. Press Menu then select Alert. Push the joystick to confirm.

2. Move the joystick right arrow to increase the alarm volume, or left to decrease the alarm volume. Set the volume all the way to the left to disable the alarm buzzer and button sounds.

3. Push the joystick to save your settings.

4. Press Menu until all menus are closed.

5.4 Record

Use the Record menu to change Duration(motion recording time), set a recording schedule, and enable/disable overwrite.

You can set up the recording parameters in record menu.

Note: To use the recording function, make sure a micro SD card is inserted into the micro SD card slot.

- Duration: The recording time when there is motion detected by a camera in automatic recording mode. The recording time can be set to 15s ,30s or 1 minute. (Default 15s)

- Schedule Recording: Use scheduled recording to have the system automatically record continuously according to a selected start and stop time. Scheduled continuous recording will record constantly。

Set a recording schedule:

1. Press Menu, then select Record. Push the joystick to confirm.

2. Move the joystick to select Schedule Recording.

3. Move the joystick left / right arrow to view existing recording schedules for each day of the week.

Continuous recording schedules appear as green bars, while motion recording schedules appear as orange bars.

4. Push the joystick to create a new recording schedule.

5. Select the channels that will use this recording schedule.

Move the joystick left / right arrow to move the cursor and push the joystick to include or dismiss the channel.

6. Select the start time and end time for schedule recording by moving the joystick left /right arrow to move the cursor, then up / down to change the values.

Note: The time uses a 24-hour clock.

7. Select which days to apply the recording schedule to by moving joystick left /right arrow to move the cursor, then push the joystick to include or dismiss a day.

8. Move the joystick left / right arrow to select Save, then push the joystick to create a continuous recording schedule. Select Save when finished to save your settings.

9. Press Menu until all menus are closed.

Stopping Scheduled Recording

When the stop time arrives, the system stops recording automatically. If necessary, you can stop schedule recording manually.

To stop schedule recording: Press Manual Record to stop schedule recording.

To stop schedule recording: Press Rec to stop schedule recording. But this way just to cancel the recording at most 30mintues,if you want to stop it forever, please do it as below.

Modifying or Deleting a Recording Schedule

You can modify any recording schedule by adding or subtracting recording time.

To modify /delete a recording schedule:

1. Press Menu , then select Record. Push the joystick to confirm.

2. Select Schedule Recording.

3. Move the joystick up / down arrow to select Modify and push the joystick to confirm.

4. Select which channels to change the schedule for by moving the joystick left / right arrow to move the cursor, then push the joystick to include or dismiss the channel.

5. Select the start time and end time for the modification. This could be a span of time you wish to add to or subtract from an existing schedule. Move the joystick left / right arrow to move the cursor, then move the joystick up / down arrow to change the start and end time.

6. Select which days of the week to apply the modification to by moving the joystick left /right arrow to move the cursor, then push the joystick to include or dismiss a day

7. Move the joystick left / right arrow to select the type of modification:

Select Save to add onto a continuous schedule.

Select Delete to subtract from either type of schedule.

8. Press Menu until all menus are closed.

Note: If you delete a recording schedule during a scheduled recording time, the camera(s) will continue to record video for a short period afterwards. The system checks for changes in recording schedules every half hour and will eventually stop recording if a schedule has been deleted.

- File Overwrite: Use the overwrite feature to have the system overwrite the oldest recorded data on the mirco SD card once the micro SD card is full

5.5 Camera Setup:

- Pairing:

The system comes with camera(s) that have already been paired. These cameras will communicate with the receiver once powered on.

The pairing function assigns each camera to a different channel on the wireless receiver (up to 4 cameras), and is necessary for configuring additional cameras.

NOTE: It is highly recommended to pair the cameras to the receiver before permanently mounting the cameras.

1. Power on the camera by connecting it to power outlet with supplied 9V power adaptor.

2. Power on the receiver by connecting it to power outlet with supplied 5V power adaptor.

3. Press the Menu on the receiver. Move the joystick to select the camera and the pairing ,

(If you pair a new camera to a channel that is already being used by an existing camera, the new camera will be connected to that channel. The old camera will automatically be disconnected.

4. Push the joystick then select the channel you wish to pair the camera to, push the joystick to confirm.

5. A message will be displayed on the receiver screen.

The receiver will count down from 30~0 – you must press the Pair button on the camera during this time to successfully pair the camera. If the button on the camera is not pressed, the receiver will return to the view screen, and no pairing will take place.

6. Following the on-screen prompt, press the Pair button on the back of the camera. You have 30 seconds to press the Pair button on the camera, once paired, after 3s will see the live video on monitor .

-Camera On/Off :

Select a camera by moving the joystick up/down, then move the joystick left/right to switch on or switch off the camera.

Push the joystick to confirm the change and exit.

NOTE: The currently selected camera will have On/Off highlighted in Green. Any disabled channels will be blacked out in Quad mode when you pair 4 cameras.

-Brightness:

To adjust camera brightness:

1. Press Menu then select Camera. Push the joystick to confirm.

2. Select Brightness.

3. Move the joystick up/down to select the camera you wish to configure brightness for.

4. Move the joystick to the right to increase the brightness level for the selected camera, or left to decrease brightness. Camera brightness is measured on a scale of

1-6 where1 is the darkest and 6 is the brightest. Push the joystick to save changes. ( default 3)

5. Press the button to exit.

6. Repeatsteps1~4 to configure your other cameras as

needed.

-Resolution:

Select the frame rate for each camera by HD or VGA

Frame rate:

Cam x 2 : 720p x1 @ 15 fps or Cam x 2 : VGA x2 @ 30 fps or Cam x 4 : VGA x 4 @ 15 fps

6 Scan mode

In Scan mode, the receiver’s LCD screen and speaker will turn off unless motion is detected by one of the cameras. The LCD screen turns on and displays video from the camera where motion was detected for 15 seconds before turning off again. This conserves battery power and alerts you only when needed.

You can configure how much motion is needed to turn the display on in Scan mode by changing a camera’s video motion detection settings.

To enable Scan mode:

1. Enter live viewing mode.

2. Press the power button on top of the receiver.

3. Press the power button again to exit Scan mode.

6. Android and iOS App Remote view

Use the free MyCam View app to conveniently connect to your system on a smartphone / tablet. The mobile app is free with no recurring fees. View live video from the camera(s) from anywhere with an Internet connection.

6.1 System Requirements

• You must have a high-speed Internet connection to view live video using the mobile app.

Traffic congestion may result in choppy video.

• When using a mobile cellular network, data charges may apply. Check with your provider for details.

6.2 MyCam View for Android Devices

Getting Started: Use the following instructions to view your camera(s) over the Internet using your Android™ smartphone or tablet.

1. Connect the included Ethernet cable from the Ethernet port on the LCD receiver to your wireless router. The network icon on the receiver turns green ( ).

• You may need to turn the receiver off and on again for it to connect to your network.

2. Connect to your home WiFi Internet using your Android™ smartphone or tablet.

3. Download app MyCam View freely from the Google player store on your smart phone or tablet.(Make sure your phone connect with network)

4. Tap the MyCam View icon (

5. Tap Click here to add device.

) to launch the APP.

6. Then the pictures as showed, there are 2 options to get the UID from the monitor.

Option A: Tap Scan button to scan the QRcode on the back of monitor.

Option B: Enter the UID printed below the

QRcode(example:D7ETGG7YPUUZUNPYWM4J) as it shows on the back of monitor.

Name: Enter a personalized name(original name is MyCam View) for the system in the

Name field, then enter the password (default 000000).

7. Tap OK. The system an "Online" status. will show in your device list with

If it shows Failed, please tap then select reconnect.

8. Tap the name of the system. You will be asked to enter a new, secure password.

Write your password down for future reference: _____________________________

Live video from the camera(s) appears on your smartphone or tablet.

6.2.1 Live Viewing

1. System information: The system name followed by the channel currently displayed.

2. Network status

3. Viewing resolution: Streaming resolution for the video feed.

4. Channel button : Tap to choose which channel to display.

5. Online:1,only one remote visit, system support 4 remote visit at the same time.

Video quality: Speed of video decoding. Speed of video decoding. Higher quality results

in greater bandwidth consumption, which requires a higher connection speed. Reduce quality if video is choppy.

6. Live video

7. Image gallery : Tap to view snapshot images taken using the app.

8. Snapshot

9. Mute

: Tap to take a snapshot of the current video display.

: Tap to mute or unmute sound from the current camera.

10. Intercom : Tap to enable two-way audio with the currently selected camera. Tap again to disable or listen for a response.

6.2.2 Event Log

If you have enabled motion recording on the system, use the event log to review motion-based events. Each event is stamped with the date and time when the event took place, as well as the camera that captured the event. These events are uploaded from the memory card inserted into the receiver. If the memory card is removed, the events will not be accessible.

Note: Date and time stamps are created using the date and time on your smartphone or

tablet and not the receiver

To open the event log:

1. Back to the add camera menu, then press the down arrow

2. Tap View Event.

A list of events appears from the nearest 24hours. If you wish to view an event which took place prior to the current date, use the search feature detailed below.

3. Tap an event to preview the video recording.

You can also search for events by specifying a time frame or specific channels.

To search for events:

1. Tap next to the system name.

2. Tap View Event.

3. Tap .

4. Choose a time frame to search for video, or tap Custom to configure the start time, end time, and channels included. Tap Ok to begin the search.

A list of recordings that meet the specifications of your search appears.

5. Tap any recording to preview it on your device.

NOTE:

There is not available to rewind or speed the video when you remote access to view the video, also the video has no sound.

6.2.3 Modify Password

Change the password used for remote access to the system. You can also revert the password to the default directly on the receiver (default password: 000000)

To modify your password:

1. Tap next to the system name.

2. Tap Edit Device.

3. Tap Advanced.

4. Tap Modify Password.

5. Enter the following information:

Old: Enter the current password for the system.

New: Enter a new password.

Confirm: Reenter the new password.

6. Tap OK.

To revert to the default password:

1. Press Menu then push the joystick to select Settings.

2. Select Network.

3. Select Reset Password.

4. Select Yes.

5. Press Menu to exit.

6.2.4 Viewing Snapshots

View snapshots taken with the cameras using the app.

1. Tap next to the system name.

2. Tap View Snapshot.

3. Tap any picture to view it full screen. in

In view list, tap any small icon of picture and hold 2 seconds, there is a caution: Are you

sure to delete this snapshot?, if you want ,please select Yes, if not, select No.

6.2.5 Setting Alert Interval

The alert interval determines the minimum amount of time between motion alerts on your smartphone / tablet. You may want to increase the interval length to decrease the frequency of alerts on your smartphone / tablet, or even turn smartphone / tablet alerts off.

By default, the alert interval is set to 3 minutes.

1. Tap next to the system name.

2. Tap Edit Device.

3. Tap Advanced.

4. Tap Alert Interval.

5. Tap one of the time intervals to set the minimum time ( between motion alerts. Select

Unlimited to receive alerts whenever a motion event occurs, or select OFF to turn off motion alerts on your smartphone / tablet.

Get the push notification: please make sure that you have done it below:

Open your smartphone/tablet setting, find the Application manager and open it to select the

MyCam view App, tap it , then new picture pops out, please select √ Show notifications.

After doing this, and you set the alert interval except OFF, then you can receive the push notification.

6.2.6 Setting Video Quality

Video quality affects the smoothness of the live video feed on your smartphone or tablet.

1. Tap next to the system name.

2. Tap Edit Device.

3. Tap Advanced.

4. Tap the dropdown menu next to Video Quality.

5. Tap High, Medium, or Low. High video quality results in greater bandwidth consumption, which requires a high speed connection. Reduce quality if video is choppy.

Remove Device: Delete this camera from your phone

6.3 MyCam View for iOS Devices

Getting Started: Use the following instructions to view your camera(s) over the Internet using your iPhone® or iPad®.

1. Connect the included Ethernet cable from the Ethernet port on the LCD receiver to

your wireless router. The network icon on the receiver turns green ( ).

• You may need to turn the receiver off and on again for it to connect to your network.

2. Connect to your home WiFi Internet using your smartphone or tablet. See the user guide provided with your iPhone® or iPad® for details.

3. Download the free MyCam View app from the App Store. (Make sure your phone

connect with network)

Note: For iPad users, check on the app store for iPhone app.

4. Tap the MyCam View icon ( ) to launch the APP.

5. Tap Add Device, Tap Add

OR

Tap QRCode to scan the QR code on the back of the receiver if your mobile device does not have a camera.

You can also tap to search for the system on the network. This option is only available if your smartphone or tablet is connected to the same network as the receiver.

Name: Enter a personalized name(original name is MyCam View) for the system in the

Name field, then enter the password(default 000000).

Note: If you tapped Add in the previous step, enter the UID number printed on the QR code

label on the back of the receiver. Otherwise, the UID field will be populated automatically.

6. Tap Save. The system will show in your device list with an "Online" status.

7. Tap the name of the system. You will be asked to enter a new, secure password.

Write your password down for future reference: _____________________________

Live video from the camera(s) appears on your smartphone or tablet.

6.3.1 Live Viewing

1. System information: The system name followed by the channel currently displayed.

2. Network status

3. Viewing resolution: Streaming resolution for the video feed.

4. Channel button : Tap to choose which channel to display.

5. Online: 1,only one remote visit, system support 4 remote visit at the same time.

Video quality: Speed of video decoding. Speed of video decoding. Higher quality results

in greater bandwidth consumption, which requires a higher connection speed. Reduce quality if video is choppy.

6. Live video

7. Image gallery: Tap to view snapshot images taken using the app.

8. Snapshot: Tap to take a snapshot of the current video display. You can also share snapshots via e-mail. See 6.3.6 Sharing Snapshots.

9. Mute: Tap to mute or unmute sound from the current camera.

10. Intercom: Tap to enable two-way audio with the currently selected camera. Tap again to disable or listen for a response.

6.3.2 Event Log

If you have enabled motion recording on the system, use the event log to review motion-based events. Each event is stamped with the date and time when the event took place, as well as the camera that captured the event. These events are uploaded from the memory card inserted into the receiver. If the memory card is removed, the events will not be accessible.

Note : Date and time stamps are created using the date and time on your iphone or ipdad

and not the receiver.

To open the event log:

1. Tap .

2. Tap the UID for the system.

A list of events appears from the last day. If you wish to view an event which took place prior to the current date, use the search feature detailed below.

3. Tap an event to preview the video recording.

You can also search for events by specifying a time frame or specific channels.

To search for events:

1. Tap .

2. Tap the UID for the system.

A list of events appears.

3. From the event list, tap .

4. Choose a time frame to search for video, or tap Custom to configure the start time, end time, and channels included. Tap Done to begin the search. A list of recordings that meet the specifications of your search appears.

5. Tap any recording to preview it on your device.

6.3.3 Modify Password

Change the password used for remote access to the system. You can also revert the password to the default directly on the receiver (default password: 000000).

To modify your password:

1. Tap next to the system name.

2. Tap Advanced Setting.

3. Tap Modify Password.

4. Enter the following information:

Old: Enter the current password for the system.

New: Enter a new password.

Confirm: Reenter the new password.

5. Tap OK.

To revert to the default password:

1. Press Menu, then push the joystick to select Settings.

2. Select Network.

3. Select Reset Password.

4. Select Yes.

Press Menu to exit.

6.3.4 Setting Alert Interval

The alert interval determines the minimum amount of time between motion alerts on your iphone / iPAD . You may want to increase the interval length to decrease the frequency of alerts on your iphone / iPAD, or even turn iphone / iPAD alerts off. By default, the alert

interval is set to 3 minutes.

1. Tap next to the system name.

2. Tap Edit Device.

3. Tap Advanced Setting.

4. Tap Alert Interval.

5. Tap one of the time intervals to set the minimum time between motion alerts. Select

OFF to turn off motion alerts on your iphone / iPAD.

Get the push notification: please make sure that you have done it below:

1. Open your iphone / iPAD setting, find the Notification Center and tap it to select the

MyCam view App.

2. Tap MyCam View , then new picture pops out, please turn on the Sound.

After doing this, and you set the alert interval except OFF, then you can receive the push notification.

6.3.5 Setting Video Quality

Video quality affects the smoothness of the live video feed on your smartphone or tablet.

Video smoothness is affected by connection speed.

1. Tap next to the system name.

2. Tap Advanced Setting.

3. Tap Video Quality.

4. Tap High, Medium, or Low. High video quality results in the most bandwidth consumption, which requires a high speed connection. Reduce quality if video is choppy.

6.3.6 Sharing Snapshots

Share snapshots with friends and family via e-mail.

1. Tap .

2. Tap the name of the system you wish to share snapshots from.

3. Tap .

4. Tap the snapshot you want to share, then tap

5. Select Email Photo to share the snapshot.

6. Enter the recipient’s email address and tap Send.

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Electrical Parameter:

Transmit Frequency Range

Data Rate

Transmitting Power

Modulation Type

Transmitting Distance

Image Sensor Type

Effective Pixels

Image Processing

Image Resolution / Frame Rate

Lens

Viewing Angle (Diagonal)

IR LED / Night Vision Range

Power Requirement

Power Consumption

Operating Temperature

Operating Humidity

Receiving Frequency Range

Data Rate

Camera(s)

2400Mhz~2483.5Mhz

4 Mbps

16dBm (TYP)

GFSK with FHSS

150m (Line of Sight)

1/4” Color CMOS Image Sensor

H: 1280 V: 720

MPEG-4

Cam x 2 : 720px1 @ 15 fps

Cam x 2 : VGAx2 @ 30 fps

VGA x 4 @ 15 fps

3.6mm / F2.0 (ICR cut Filter)

64° (FOV)

24 Leds / 850nm, 15m (with IR Led)

9V DC 600mA ±5%

460mA Max (with IR On and talk back)

240mA Max (with IR Off / without talk back)

14°F ~ 104°F (-10°C ~ 40°C)

0% ~ 85%

Lcd monitor

2400Mhz~2483.5Mhz

4 Mbps

Receiving Sensitivity

Modulation Type

Lcd Panel size

Lcd Resolution

View Angle

Power Requirement

Power Consumption

Operating Temperature

Operating Humidity

-81dBm

GFSK with FHSS

9 Inch

800 RGB (H) x 480 (V)

H: 140° V: 110°

5V DC 2A ±5%

1050mA Max

14°F ~ 104°F (-10°C ~ 40°C)

0% ~ 85%

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