Wireless Pan/Tilt APP Camera

Wireless Pan/Tilt APP Camera
Installation and Operating Instructions
Model: WAPP-JS
Version 1.0
PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE USING THIS PRODUCT
AND KEEP THIS MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
CONTENTS
Overview ......................................................................................................... 2
Please Read Before You Start .................................................................................. 3
Wireless Device Operating Range ............................................................................ 3
Important Safety Precautions .................................................................................... 3
Getting Started ............................................................................................... 5
Kit Content................................................................................................................ 5
Safety and Installation Tips ....................................................................................... 9
Product Overview ................................................................................................... 10
Setup Your Device ........................................................................................ 14
Setup Your Device .................................................................................................. 14
Install Your Device .................................................................................................. 17
APP Overview ............................................................................................... 21
Edit Camera............................................................................................................ 22
Quard View ............................................................................................................. 22
Notify ...................................................................................................................... 23
Live View ................................................................................................................ 25
Events .................................................................................................................... 28
Playback ................................................................................................................. 29
Advanced Setting ......................................................................................... 31
Basic Settings ......................................................................................................... 32
Video Settings ........................................................................................................ 33
Sensitivity Settings ................................................................................................. 34
SD Card Settings .................................................................................................... 37
Device Settings....................................................................................................... 37
Trouble Shooting ......................................................................................... 38
Product Sepcification .................................................................................. 40
Storage Media Mangement ......................................................................... 44
Appendix: Compatiable List ........................................................................ 44
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OVERVIEW
The camera is capable of deliver high quality Digital High Definition video to your smart-mobile
device(s), which would require higher internet bandwidth. Due to your local internet environment
condition, your mobile device(s) may display black-screen or temporary disconnect to the WAPP
camera.
* Make sure the camera is operating with sufficient internet bandwidth, 1Mbps (upload/
download speed) is suggested.
* For best performance, the smart-mobile device(s) need to be on Wi-Fi or 4G mobile network
in order to receive maximum download speed.
* When the internet transmission is low, the app will automatically switch to Relay
Mode:
‧ By adjusting to “Better Streaming” in the system setting section may
improve the APP performance.
* Your internet bandwidth is limited. For best performance, to avoid more than two users
connecting to the camera simultaneously.
* Make sure your smart-mobile device(s) is equipped with up-to-date technology, 1.5GHz dual
core processor or equivalent is suggested.
* If the signal strength of your Wi-Fi router is weak, there are several ways to improve
transmission:
‧ Change router/camera relative position to receive better signal.
‧ Use wire Ethernet cable on the camera to establish connection between the
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camera and your router.
Use Wi-Fi repeater/extender to maximize the service range of your Wi-Fi route.
Switch your router to 11b/11g mode in order to improve router service range.
* Please make sure the memory card used is CLASS10 rated.
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PLEASE READ BEFORE YOU START
Always use discretion when installing CCTV equipment, especially when there is perceived policy.
Enquire relevant local regulations applicable to the lawful installation of video recording/surveillance.
Third party consent may be required.
WIRELESS DEVICES OPERATING RANGE
Ensure the signal reception viewed from the wireless camera(s) is the best possible reception
between the camera(s) and the Wi-Fi router. If necessary, reduce the distance between
the camera(s) and the Wi-Fi router to improve overall system performance. Wireless Color
Camera Recordable CCTV Kit operating on a secure digital 2.4GHz frequency which could
greatly reduce
interference from product such as wireless routers, cordless phones or microwave ovens.
IMPORTANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Damages caused by non-compliance with this operating manual will void the warranty! We will
not assume any liability for damages to items or persons caused by improper handling or noncompliance with the safety notices! Any warranty claim will be null and void in such cases.
1. Do not drop, puncture or disassemble the camera; otherwise the warranty will be voided.
2. Avoid all contact with water, and dry hands before using.
3. Never tug on the power cords. Use the plug to unplug it from the wall outlet.
4. Do not expose the camera to high temperature or leave it in direct sunlight. Doing so
may damage the camera or cause camera temporary malfunction.
5. Use the devices with care. Avoid pressing hard on the camera body.
6. For your own safety, avoid using the camera or power off the camera when there is a storm
or lightning.
7. Remove the power adapter during long periods between usages.
8. Use only the accessories and power adapters supplied by the manufacturer.
9. To meet the regulations pertaining to parental responsibility, keep the devices out of the reach of
infants.
10. Check power cables, do not get crushed or damaged by sharp edges whenever the devices are
in operation.
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FCC Compliance Sta tement: This
Products with CE Marking comply
device complies with Part 15 of the
with EMC Directive (2004/108/EC);
FCC rules. Operation is subjected to
Low Volta ge Dir ectiv e (2 006/9 5/
the following two conditions: (1) this
EC);
RED(2014/53/EU); ROHS
device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this Directive (2011/65/EU) issued by the Commission
device must accept any interference received, including of the European Community. Compliance with
these directives implies conformity to the following
interference that may cause undesired operation.
European Norms:
EMC: EN 301 489
LVD: EN 60950
Radio: EN 300 328
FCC/CE WARNING
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with limits for a Class B digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules and ETSI(EN) 300328. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in residential installations. This equipment
generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy, and if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference
will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does interference to radio or
television equipment reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off
and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the
following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Move the equipment away from the receiver.
• Plug the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is
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connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/television technician for additional suggestions.
You are cautioned that any change or modifications to the equipment not expressly
approved by the party responsible for compliance could void your authority to operate
such equipment.
DISPOSAL
If the camera system no longer functions or can no longer be repaired, it must be
disposed of according to the valid statutory regulations.
Disposal of spent batteries/accumulators:
You are required by law (Battery Ordinance) to return all spent batteries and
accumulators. Disposing of spent batteries/accumulators with common household waste is
prohibited! Batteries/accumulators that contain hazardous substances are marked with the symbols
on the side. These symbols indicate that it is prohibited to dispose of these batteries/accumulators
in the household waste. The abbreviations for the respective heavy metals are: Cd=cadmium,
Hg=mercury, Pb=lead. You can return spent batteries and accumulators that can no longer be
charged to the designated collection points in your community, outlets or wherever batteries or
accumulators are sold. Following these instructions will allow you to fulfill the legal requirements
and contribute to the protection of our environment!
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KIT CONTENT
Wireless App Camera
Splitter Cable
x1
x1
Camera Antenna
Power Adapter
x1
x1
Hex Key
Quick Start Guide
x1
x1
Screw Pack
Mounting Template
φ 6 mm
1/4
x1
φ 6 mm
φ 1 6 mm
φ 6 mm
1/ 4
1/ 4
x1
5/ 8
φ 6 mm
1/ 4
Tools Required:
‧ Electric drill
‧ 5mm masonry drill bit
‧ 15mm masonry drill bit
‧ No. 2 Philips screwdriver
For best system performance:
- iOS: iPhone5 / iPad2 / Mini iPad with iOS 7.0 or above.
- Android: 1.5G dual core processor dual core procesor with 1G Ram or above.
- Storage: Class 10 memory card.
- Bandwidth: 1Mbps or above upload/download speed suggested.
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SAFETY AND INSTALLATION TIPS
Do not attempt to open the units with the power adaptor plug connected to avoid any risk of
personal injury.
When installing CCTV camera(s), always follow manufacturer's advice when using power tools,
steps, ladders, etc. and wear suitable protective equipment (e.g. safety goggles) when drilling
holes. Before drilling holes through walls, check for hidden electricity cables and water pipes. The
use of cable/pipe detector is advisable.
To avoid exposing any cameras to extreme weather conditions (e.g., under a gutter which is prone
to any water leaks). When installing any cameras with this unit, to use cable conduit to protect any
video/power extension cables from being exposed externally and to prevent/reduce the chances of
the cables being tampered with. After drilling any hole though an external wall for a cable, ensure
the hole is sealed up around the cable using a sealant to prevent drafts.
To prevent a fire or electrical shock hazard, do not attempt to open the housing while the unit is
exposed to rain, water or wet conditions. There are no user serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing
to qualified service personnel. Avoid pointing the camera(s) directly at the sun or any bushes, tree
branches or moving objects that might unnecessarily cause the camera to record.
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PRODUCT OVERVIEW
Antenna
SD Card Slot
Reset Button
LED Indicator
Light Sensor
LENS
RJ45 Cable
Note:
Press and hold the “Reset” button for 5 seconds. All settings are restored to the factory
default.
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SETUP YOUR DEVICE
1. Connect your smartphone to the Wi-Fi netowrk that your deivce connect to.
2. APP download
Download and install the "Secufirst HD" app from Google PlayTM ot the App Store®. Then launch the
app.
For iOS
For Android
3. Add camera
1. Power on the camera, wait about 1 minute until the device restart.
2. Go to the Wi-Fi settings from your smartphone, choose the Wi-Fi name starting with
"HD-XXXXXX", then enter the default password "12345678".
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3. Scan the QR code or enter camera DID manually, name your system and enter the security code
"123456".
4. Later, the app will request you to change a new password. The password must have at least 12
characters, 1 upper and lower case letter, 1 number and 1 special character.
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5. Connect your device to a Wi-Fi network. Select your Wi-Fi network and enter the password.
If there is no Wi-Fi you want to set, please tap Skip to pass at this time and do it later in advance
setting. If you wish the camera works on wifi after reboot, please unplug Ethernet cable of Wi-Fi
router right after tapping Next.
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Install Your Deivce
1. The best location is in close proximity of a power outlet that the power cord can reach.
2. Stick the mounting template onto the wall, eave or roof. For concrete, brick or plywood siding,
use 6.3mm (1/4") drill bit to drill 4 pilot holes and insert anchors.
φ6mm
1/4
φ6mm
1/4
φ1 6 mm 5/8
φ6mm
1/4
φ6mm
1/4
3. Use 16~20mm (5/8") drill bit to drill cable hole through the wall. If the wall is thick, you may
need to drill another hole in the interior.
4. Feed the camera cable into the hole and pull it out from the interior, use fish rap to
pull cable through the wall if needed. caulk the hole properly to avoid water damage.
5. Connect camera cable to spliter (single way side). Connect Entheret cable and power cprd to
splitter (2 way side).
6. Connect Ethernet cable to wifi router and plug in camera powe supply.
7. After 1 minute, you can watch video form app now.
Note:
Before mounting the camera, install the memeory card if you prefer recording video to local
storage.
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APP OVERVIEW
The MAIN PAGE provides an overview for all devices, including devices status (connected/
disconnected). You can quickly access the device in the section. When multiple devices are
registered, scroll down to locate the registered device for access.
Main Page
Name
Connect Status
Tap here to see
the live-view
Ad d
The ADD CAMERA icon allows you to add new camera(s) to the system. The system
supports up to 3 concurrent user connections.
Tap the Edit to access/exit the edit settings.
Edit
Tap the RECONNECT ICON to reconnect the camera if the camera status shows as
being offline.
Reconnect
Tap here to access the quad view page.
Quad
Info
The INFORMATION icon allows you to enable PIN lock, push notification and check the
App information.
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Edit Camera
In the CAMERA SETTING section you able to (1) access the advanced settings, (2) delete the
camera from APP and (3) enter event list for recorded video file(s) playback.
Tap to access the advanced settings page
Tap to delete the device
Tap to see the events of this device
Quard view
The Quard view splits the screen's image into 4 quadrants and display active camera video in each
quadrant. Select cameras you would like to display from camera list, tap the center of the quadrant
to enter a single channel mode.
Click here to choose
which camera you
would like to display
Drag and move the
position you prefer
into 4 quadrants.
Tap to see the
live-view
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Setup Pin Lock
Info
If you enable PIN Lock, the user will be asked to enter the PIN code when you launch the APP.
1. Enable the “Enable lock when starting” function. Then enter your PIN code.
2. Confirm your PIN code again.
Note:
If you forgot your PIN code, please uninstall the APP and reinstall it on the mobile device.
Notify (Push Notification)
The WAPP camera supports motion detection function. When any event is detected in the camera
site, you’ll receive push notification on the mobile devices for the event recognized by the camera.
For iOS
If you want to enable/disable it, please follow the steps on your iOS mobile device:
1. Launch Settings from your Home screen.
2. Tap Notifications.
3. Scroll down to find the APP and tap on it.
4. Switch the toggle to ON/OFF in Notification Center.
Note:
It takes time for the changes to take effect in iOS, normally within 2 hours.
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For Android
If you want to enable/disable it, please follow the steps below.
Info
Note:
The internet connection and wireless network interference may influence the performance
of push notification service.
About App/API Version Info
Tap the ABOUT icon to check the APP Version when necessary.
Info
Note:
The internet connection and wireless network interference may influence the performance
of push notification service.
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LIVE VIEW / SNAPSHOT / EVENTS
Live View
Snapshot
Tap to take snapshot image(s) of the video. The captured snapshots will
stored in your mobile device.
Tap to turn ON/OFF the volume.
Unmute
Recor d
Tap to Start/Stop recording. The recorded video file will stored in the memory
card of your camera.
Tap to set/move the camera to default position.
PTZ
Talk
Ar m
Disarm
Tap and hold the icon to send the voice to a remote device
(Push To Talk).
Tap to arm/disarm the system. When disarm the system, the triggered
event recording function would be turn off and you won't receive the push
notification.
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Set/move the camera to default position
When event triggered, the camera will immediately rotate to the scene. This fuction allows
you record the camera position. You're able to select the record point you saved, then the camera
will go to the position. Follow the below instruction to set up.
Record the point
1.To rotate the camera by using the live video.
2.Tap
to enter the record the point section.
3.Tap"Save" when you're finished.
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The APP allows users to have access to live video. User can take snapshot image(s) and record
the live video.
If you’re using the indoor model, you can also choose the color tone according to the lighting
condition. By default, the APP applies the ‘indoor’ option with warm-yellow color tone for the indoor
models. You can also choose the ‘outdoor’ option in the advanced setting for cool-white color tone
if it best fits your viewing environment. It is not necessary to change this setting for outdoor models.
When you launch the App on the smart phone or tablet, the image displaying on the main screen
is the very last automatically captured snapshot from the live view of the previous established
session. Tap the image to enter the live view mode.
The controls and layout of the APP have been customized to meet the operating system
requirements of the mobile device. The main page may vary, depending on your mobile device. By
default, the live view is displayed in portrait mode. You can also turn the device sideways to switch
to landscape mode for a larger view.
Note:
Once the recording is started by motion detection or manually, the APP will continue the
recording for 1 minute. User cannot stop the recording during this period.
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Viewing Your Snapshots
For iOS
You snapshots will be named with the time stamp and saved into the Camera Roll location of your
mobile device.
For Android
You snapshots will be named with the time stamp and saved into the Photo Gallery > snapshot
folder on your mobile device.
Events
The recorded video file(s) on your camera is automatically saved to the memory card inserted in
your camera. You can remotely access the file(s) for playback via your mobile device.
Tap the
to access the edit menu.
Select the camera
you would like to
delete
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Playback
During the playback, you can pause/play the video, to deactivate/activate the audio function.
You may also review recorded video file(s) with your PC.
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1.Tap to pause/play video
2.Tap to view full screen
Delete
First tap the edit icon, then select the file(s) you would ilke to delete from list.
Tap here to
edit event list
Select the
video you
want to delet
Delete the
video clip
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Download
Download the video file(s) in the EVENT LIST section. Tap the search icon, you can specify a date
and time period to search for events. Then press the download icon to save the video clip into your
device.
Note:
During the download process, system will stop both the live view and recording functions.
APP will automatically inform any user accessing the camera that the systemis busy and
the connection has been terminated.
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ADVANCED SETTING
This chapter explains the advanced settings for administrator. Administrator is the one who owns
the administration password and has the full control to the WAPP camera. The administrator can
access all WAPP functions and settings, while general users can receive the surveillance images
for live view/screen capture/video recording and may not manage the camera settings.
Admin Password
The security code required to enter Advanced Setting for system
setting management.
Camera Security Password The password required for remote access
Time Setup
Setup the appropriate time zone.
Wi-Fi Setting
Manage your Wi-Fi Network.
Video Setting
Configure the video quality and local power frequency.
Sensitivity Setting
Setup the camera sensitivity for motion detection.
Notify Enable
Enable / Disable receiving E-Mail alert (after system detecting
motion) on your mobile divice. Please make sure you have setup
the E-Mail Setting correctly and have activated Motion Detection
function.
Motion Mask
Use quick de-select and/or tap screen.
Email Setting
Setup your email account for E-mail alert .
SD Card Setting
Format the SD card.
Device Information
Check the App and API Kernel version.
Firmware Update
Update new firmware.
Note:
It may take more than one minute for some routers to update the registered
devices. When you complete advanced settings and return to device list, please wait for
a while allowing your router to finish the camera registration.
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Basic Settings
Admin Password
The Admin Password is a specific security code for administrator to change the advanced settings.
The default admin password is 123456.
Please use this function to change the default admin password into your personal admin password.
For the protection of your system configuration, every time you change the advanced settings, you
need to enter the admin password. Please change the admin password periodically.
Note:
If you forgot your admin password, please long press the reset button on the camera DC
jack for 5 seconds to restore the password into factory default value 123456 (please refer
to the Camera Overview section). All settings will be restored to factory default. You will
need to configure your camera from the start.
Device Security Code
The Device Security Code is a specific security code to access the camera.
The default password of the camera is 123456. Please use this function to change the default
password into your personal security code.
1. Type in the old password.
2. Type in the new password and confirm the new password again.
3. Tap OK to save the setting.
Note:
1. Change password in system information page accordingly.
2. If you forget the Device Security Code, please hold down the reset button (P.8) for
5seconds to reset the system to factory default. All settings will be restored to factory
default. You will need to configure your camera from the start.
Time Setup
The drop-down list shows the world time zone. Select the time zone that will work the best for you.
If your date/time is during the daylight saving time period, please check the Daylight Saving box to
adjust the system time properly.
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Video Settings
This section allows you to configure the video quality and environment mode.
Video Quality
The Video Quality setting section allows you to adjust the quality of the video streaming. By
selecting best video image will allow you to view high resolution image. By selecting standard
streaming will allow the video to display more smoothly (quality depend on local internet
environment).
Only select better image when you have sufficient bandwidth and updated mobile device(s).
Environment Mode
The Environment Mode settings allows you to select the power line frequency used at the location
of WAPP camera. The power line frequency varies depending on geographic region. It may cause
image flicker if wrong frequency is selected. Please check with local authorities for proper setting.
There are two type video color tone, user can change the video color tone between warmyellow(indoor) and cool-white (outdoor).
Low Light Enhancement
The Low Light Enhancement Mode is for improving the night view video image by providing 5 levels
to select from (5 = brightest).
Screen Orientation
Tap to select the desired screen orientation; Normal, Flip (when installed on a ceiling, make sure to
select flip), Mirror or Flip and Mirror.
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WI-FI Setting
The Wi-Fi setting allows you to choose the wireless connection and setup the Wi-Fi environment.
When you tap the “Manage Wi-Fi network” button, the system automatically scans the nearby
network and shows the available Wi-Fi routers in the drop-down list. Choose the appropriate Wi-Fi
router and enter the Wi-Fi router password if necessary. Due to security concerns, it is suggested
to use the WPA/WPA2/ WPA2-PSK protocol for Wi-Fi network.
Note:
1. When the Wi-Fi connection is completed and you unplug the Ethernet cable, the camera
will reboot and it will take several minutes to establish the connection. Please re-launch
the APP when you see the green signal indicator lights up.
2. The WAPP camera is designed to work with the legal Wi-Fi channels in your region.
Please refer to your Wi-Fi router manual to choose an appropriate channel for WAPP
camera.
3. If camera fails to connect to the Wi-Fi router, please hold down reset button for 2
seconds to reset the system and repeat register process again.
Sensitivity Settings
This defines the camera parameter for motion detection.
Detection Mode
PIR is hardware-based biomass detection.
SOFTWARE use advance software analysis to trigger motion alarm.
Motion Detection (available for Software Mode ONLY)
HIGH – Suitable for detecting smaller object(s) within 5 to 6 meters
LOW – Suitable for detecting larger object(s) within 3 to 5 meters
Note:
The HIGH/LOW setting for Motion Detection only takes effect when user chooses
SOFTWARE in detection Mode.
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Motion Mask
This fuction allows you quickly select motion mask from 3 default model. In addition to, the user is
able to tap screen which area you don’t want to be detected.
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1. Tap the area where you don’t want to detect the
motion.
2. 3 icons for quick tapping of bar area.
3. Reset button.
4. Save setting.
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Time Stamp
This section allows you to change the time stamp background color. And drag anf drop where you
want to place the time stamp.
1. The time stamp locates at the coner where you tap.
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2. Tap to change the time stamp background color.
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Email Setting
The email setting allows you to configure the email environment, email account and password.
Gmail account is suggested.
Click the “Use SSL” check box will transmit the data in encryption. This setting requires the Simple
Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) configuration. Most ISPs use the SMTP method to transfer outbound
mail via the internet. Only use the SMTP that supports SSL.
Gmail Setting (suggested)
SMTP Server
smtp.gmail.com
Enter the gmail SMTP server
SMTP Port
465
Enter the SMTP port 465
Username
XXX@gmail.com
Enter your email address
Password
XXXXXXXX
Enter the password for this gmail account
Email to
XXX@gmail.com
Enter the email address for the recipient who
receives the email alert.
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SD Card Settings
Formatting your memory card will ERASE all the data from it and you will not be able to get the
data back. Please back up your video files BEFORE formatting the memory card.
Note:
The system is optimized to Class 10 memory card. Memory card with lower specification
will decrease the recording and playback function efficiency.
During format process, all recording & viewing will stop until format process completes.
Overwrite SD Card
This function will overwrite the oldest files when the micro memory card is full. Turning on this
function will enable the system to start overwriting the old files when the available memory card
capacity is not enough. This ensures the most up to date video recordings can be saved so that
you won’t miss any important information.
Note:
You will want to reformat the memory card from time to time to ensure the condition of the
storage device. Your camera system will not work properly if the memory card become
corrupted.
Device Settings
This section shows the device information about the camera, including device version, total size
and available size of the memory card.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING
IF
The APP cannotfound the
camera
Wi-Fi router is not
shown in the drop down
list
SOLUTION
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Make sure your network supports the DHCP protocol.
Make sure the camera and your mobile device connect to the
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‧
same Wi-Fi router for the first setting.
Make sure the Wi-Fi router is activated.
Make sure the camera is properly powered on.
Use the “ADD CAMERA” function to manually add the camera.
‧
Make sure SSID broadcasting function is enabled in the Wi-
Fi router. Consult your Wi-Fi router manufacturer for the settings if
necessary.
‧ Change the wireless security protocol of your Wi-Fi router into
WPA/WPA2/WPA2-PSK. Due to security concerns, WEP protocol
is not suggested for some Wi-Fi routers.
Note:
WPA/WPA2/WPA2-PSK encryption protocols are newer and
more effective security standards for wireless networks than
the older and less-secure WEP protocol.
No image appears
Make sure the power adaptor is not damaged or defective
and plugged into an electrical outlet with power.
‧ Relocate the camera to obtain the best reception of
wireless signals.
‧ Make sure the camera is properly configured in App.
‧ Make sure the mobile device is connected to 3G/4G/Wi‧
Fi properly.
Low wireless signal
Poor image quality
Motion detection is
not working or
over-react
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Wireless devices such as wireless home stereo system may
reduce the signal strength. Leave as much space as possible
between the camera/mobile device and these wireless
devices.
‧ Clean the camera lens using lens cleaning cloth. Spots or dust
Make sure the sensitivity setting is turned ON (please refer to the
Sensitivity Setting section).
‧ In motion detection mode, a moving object within the
‧
camera viewing angle is necessary to trigger the motion
sensor for recording
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The APP cannot record
any video clips
Email alert is not
working
‧ Make sure the SD card has been correctly inserted
‧ Make sure the motion detection function has been enabled. (please
‧
refer to the Sensitivity Setting section).
Please format the SD card when it is used for the first time (please
‧
refer to the SD Card Format section)
Make sure you are using Class 10 rated memory card.
Make sure the email alert function is enabled (please refer to the
Email Alert section).
‧ Gmail account is suggested for the email alert function. Make sure
‧
you have setup the system configuration as suggested in the
Email Alert section.
‧ Make sure the email address is has been correctly entered.
Bright white spots appear
at night time
‧ The camera's infrared LEDs produce invisible light that reflects
off surfaces such as glass.Install the camera on the other side of
windows or place the lens flush against the surface to improve the
night vision. It is suggested toinstall camera(s) under well-lit area.
Note:
Please check the environment rating (Ingress) of the
camera(s) before installing outdoors.
Memory card error
‧ Make sure the memory card is correctly inserted and formatted.
‧ Use the provided memory card within the package to
‧
ensure proper operation.
Make sure your are using Class 10 rated memory card.
Note:
Please backup the data before formatting. Format function
will erase all the data on the memory card.
Wrong data and time are
shown
‧ Wrong date and/or time will result in unexpected record schedule.
Make sure you’ve selected the correct time zone (please refer to
the Time Zone section).
‧ Confirm the system date/time of the mobile device to ensure
‧
correct operation.
System will clock itself when connect to the internet. Make sure
the system is connected properly to the internet. You may use
your mobile device to access the system to see if remote view is f
unctioning properly.
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PRODUCTION SPECIFICATION
Networking Parameter
Wireless Technology
IEEE 802.11 b/g/n
Network Connection
Ethernet (10/100 Base-T/Base -TX); Wi-Fi
Network Protocols
TCP/IP, UDP, SMTP, NTP, DHCP, ARP
Simultaneous Viewers
3 concurrent sessions
Security
WPA /WPA2/WPA2-PSK (TKIP, 128 bit AES)
Camera Parameter
Image Sensor
2 MegaPixel, 1/2.7” CMOS
Antenna
3dBi Dipole
Environment Rating (Ingress)
IP66
Light Source Environment
Indoor (50Hz/60Hz)
Local Storage
Micro SD Card up to 128GB(not included in the package)
Pan/Tilt
Pan: 270° (9.74° each step )
Tilt: 90° (9.56° each step)
Viewing angle
H: 90°, V: 45°±3°
Lens
4.0mm±5%mm
Min. Illumination
1~8 lux
Number of LEDs
12 IR LEDs with IR switcher
IR Distance
8 to 10 meters
Video Audio Parameter
Image Compression
H.264
Image Resolution
Full HD 1920x1080P
Recording Frame Rate
Up To 30 FPS
Supported Mobile Device
iOS requirement
iPhone 5S/iPad air with iOS 9.0 or Above
Android requirement
Android 4.4X or above
Hardware requirement
1.5GHz dual core or above
1GB or above internal memory
General Parameter
Power Requirements
100~240V switching power supply DC 5V 1.5A
Operating Temperature
-10°C~+50°C
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STORAGE MEDIA MANAGEMENT
Micro SD Card Capacity
(Class 10)
Event
Minutes
8G
400
180
32G
1600
320
64G
3200
760
128G
6400
1440
APPENDIX: COMPATIBLE LIST
WiFi Compatible Router List
Brand
Product Name
ASUS
RT-N53
BUFFALO
WIR-HP-C300NH2
BUFFALO
WZR-HP-G450
Cisco
ERT120
D-Link
DIR-816L
Huawei
WSR20
INTELBRAS
WRN300
NETGEAR
Wndr3700v4
NETGEAR
WGR614
Tenda
FS395
TP-link
TL-WR941N
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