Panasonic KXHN6002FX, KXHNC600FX Operating instructions

Panasonic KXHN6002FX, KXHNC600FX Operating instructions
Installation Guide
Home Network System
Outdoor Camera
Model No.
KX-HNC600FX
Thank you for purchasing a Panasonic product.
This document explains how to install the outdoor camera properly.
For details about how to use the system, refer to the User’s Guide (page 27).
Please read this document before using the unit and save it for future reference.
Table of Contents
Introduction
Accessory information ..................................3
Important Information
About this system .........................................5
For your safety .............................................5
Important safety instructions ........................6
For best performance ...................................6
Privacy and rights of portrait ........................7
Other information .........................................7
Installation Location
Wireless communication range ....................9
Information about sensor features ...............9
Information about night vision mode ..........11
Installation location examples ....................12
Do not install in these locations ..................14
Setup
Part names and functions ..........................16
LED indicator ..............................................16
Setup overview ...........................................16
Registering the camera ..............................16
Confirming the installation area ..................17
Installation ..................................................18
Appendix
Testing the motion detection range ............23
Adjusting the infrared sensor range ...........23
Features available when using the [Home
Network] app ..............................................27
Accessing the User’s Guide .......................27
Specifications .............................................28
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Introduction
Accessory information
Supplied accessories
No.
Accessory item/Part number
Quantity
A
AC adaptor/PNLV236CE
1
B
Camera mounting stand
1
C
Wall mounting screws (25 mm)
4
D
Suspension wire tool
– Safety wire: 1
– Washers: 2
Small washer for attaching safety wire to camera
ø12 mm
Large washer for attaching safety wire to wall
ø16 mm
– Screws: 2
Small screw for attaching safety wire to camera
10 mm
Large screw for attaching safety wire to wall
25 mm
1
E
Sensor range cap
1
A
B
C
D
E
Additional accessories
Please contact your nearest Panasonic dealer for sales information.
Accessory item
Order number
DC extension cord*1
PNJA1159Z
*1
Designed for indoor use only. Do not use outdoors.
Other information
R Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
R The illustrations in these instructions may vary slightly from the actual product.
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Introduction
Trademarks
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microSDHC is a trademark of SD-3C, LLC.
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Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
R All other trademarks identified herein are the property of their respective owners.
Notice
R The hub supports microSD and microSDHC memory cards. In this document, the term
“microSD card” is used as a generic term for any of the supported cards.
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Important Information
About this system
R This system is an auxiliary system; it is not
designed to provide complete protection
from property loss. Panasonic will not be
held responsible in the event that property
loss occurs while this system is in operation.
R The system’s wireless features are subject
to interference, therefore functionality in all
situations cannot be guaranteed.
Panasonic will not be held responsible for
injury or damage to property that occurs in
the event of wireless communication error
or failure.
For your safety
To prevent severe injury and loss of life/
property, read this section carefully before
using the product to ensure proper and safe
operation of your product.
WARNING
Power connection
R Use only the power source marked on the
product.
R Do not overload power outlets and
extension cords. This can result in the risk
of fire or electric shock.
R Completely insert the AC adaptor/power
plug into the power outlet. Failure to do so
may cause electric shock and/or excessive
heat resulting in a fire.
R Regularly remove any dust, etc. from the
AC adaptor/power plug by pulling it from
the power outlet, then wiping with a dry
cloth. Accumulated dust may cause an
insulation defect from moisture, etc.
resulting in a fire.
R Unplug the product from power outlets if it
emits smoke, an abnormal smell, or makes
an unusual noise. These conditions can
cause fire or electric shock. Confirm that
smoke has stopped emitting and contact an
authorised service centre.
R Unplug from power outlets and never touch
the inside of the product if its casing has
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been broken open. Danger of electric shock
exists.
Never touch the plug with wet hands.
Danger of electric shock exists.
Do not connect non-specified devices.
When opening holes in walls for installation
or wiring, or when securing the power cord,
make sure you do not damage existing
wiring and ductwork.
Do not leave the power cable exposed
outdoors.
Installation
R Do not place or use this product near
automatically controlled devices such as
automatic doors and fire alarms. Radio
waves emitted from this product may cause
such devices to malfunction resulting in an
accident.
R Do not allow the power cord to be
excessively pulled, bent or placed under
heavy objects.
R Do not mount the bracket in an unstable
location, in a location subject to frequent
vibration, on a ceiling, or on a weak wall.
(Do not mount on gypsum board, concrete
blocks, wooden materials exposed to the
outdoors, walls with very rough surfaces, or
surfaces that are narrower than the width of
the wall mount bracket.) There is a risk of
injury if the product falls, or of fire or electric
shock if water enters the product.
R Keep small parts (microSD cards, screws,
washers, sensor range caps, etc.) out of
the reach of children. There is a risk of
swallowing. In the event they are
swallowed, seek medical advice
immediately.
Operating safeguards
R Unplug the product from power outlets
before cleaning. Do not use liquid or
aerosol cleaners.
R Do not disassemble the product.
R Keep the sensor range caps out of the
reach of children. There is a risk of
swallowing. In the event they are
swallowed, seek medical advice
immediately.
R Never put metal objects inside the product.
If metal objects enter the product, turn off
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Important Information
the circuit breaker and contact an
authorised service centre.
Medical
R Consult the manufacturer of any personal
medical devices, such as pacemakers or
hearing aids, to determine if they are
adequately shielded from external RF
(radio frequency) energy. DECT features
operate between 1.88 GHz and 1.90 GHz
with a peak transmission power of 250 mW.
R Do not use the product in health care
facilities if any regulations posted in the
area instruct you not to do so. Hospitals or
health care facilities may be using
equipment that could be sensitive to
external RF energy.
CAUTION
Installation and location
R Never install wiring during a lightning storm.
R Although this product conforms to the IPX5*
code, do not intentionally expose it to water.
*IPX5 indicates that the product is
protected against water jets: water
projected at all angles through a 6.3 mm
nozzle flow rate of 12.5 litres/minute at a
pressure of 30 kN/m2 for 3 minutes from a
distance of 3 metres.
R The AC adaptor is used as the main
disconnect device. Ensure that the AC
outlet is installed near the product and is
easily accessible.
R If the wiring is underground, do not make
any connections underground.
R If the wiring is underground, make sure the
power cable and other wiring is properly
waterproofed by running the cables through
a conduit.
Preventing accidents and injuries
R The safety wire must be used when
mounting the product. There is a risk of
injury if the product falls.
R Do not put your ear(s) near the speaker, as
loud sounds emitted from the speaker may
cause hearing impairment.
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Important safety
instructions
When using your product, basic safety
precautions should always be followed to
reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, and
injury to persons, including the following:
1. Use only the power cord indicated in this
document.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
For best performance
Hub location/avoiding noise
The hub and other compatible Panasonic
devices use radio waves to communicate with
each other.
R For maximum coverage and noise-free
communications, place your hub:
– at a convenient, high, and central
location with no obstructions between
the product and hub in an indoor
environment.
– away from electronic appliances such as
TVs, radios, personal computers,
wireless devices, or other phones.
– facing away from radio frequency
transmitters, such as external antennas
of mobile phone cell stations. (Avoid
putting the hub on a bay window or near
a window.)
R If the reception for a hub location is not
satisfactory, move the hub to another
location for better reception.
Environment
R Keep the product away from electrical noise
generating devices, such as fluorescent
lamps and motors.
R The product should be kept free from
excessive smoke, dust, high temperature,
and vibration.
R Do not expose this product to direct
sunlight or other forms of powerful light
such as halogen lights for long periods of
time. (This may damage the image sensor.)
Important Information
R Do not place heavy objects on top of the
product.
R When you leave the product unused for a
long period of time, unplug the product from
the power outlet.
R The product should be kept away from heat
sources such as radiators, cookers, etc. It
should not be placed in rooms where the
temperature is less than -20 °C or greater
than 50 °C. Damp basements should also
be avoided.
R Do not allow the lens cover or the infrared
sensor to become scratched or dirty. (This
may cause image quality to be reduced,
incorrect detections, malfunctions, or
damage to the lens cover and infrared
sensor.)
R Operating the product near electrical
appliances may cause interference. Move
away from the electrical appliances.
Privacy and rights of
portrait
When installing or using the camera, please
take into consideration the rights of others with
regard to privacy.
It is generally said that “privacy” means the
ability of an individual or group to stop
information about themselves from becoming
known to people other than those whom they
choose to give the information. “Rights of
portrait” means the right to be safe from
having your own image taken and used
indiscriminately without consent.
Other information
Routine care
R To prevent incorrect detections, unplug the
product before performing routine care.
R Wipe the outer surface of the product with a
soft moist cloth.
R Do not use benzine, thinner, or any
abrasive powder.
R Do not apply running water to the product.
Camera image quality
R Camera images may have the following
characteristics.
– Colours in images may differ from the
actual colours.
– When there is light behind the subject
(i.e., backlighting), faces may appear
dark.
– Image quality may be reduced in dark
locations.
– Images may appear hazy when there
are outdoor lights in use.
Protecting your recordings
R Do not remove the microSD card or
disconnect the hub’s AC adaptor while
reading or writing data to the microSD card.
Data on the card could become corrupted.
R If a microSD card malfunctions or is
exposed to electromagnetic waves or static
electricity, data on the card could become
corrupted or erased. Therefore we
recommend backing up important data to a
computer or other device.
Disposal of Old Equipment (Only for
European Union and countries with
recycling systems)
This symbol on the products, packaging, and/
or accompanying documents means that used
electrical and electronic products must not be
mixed with general household waste.
For proper treatment, recovery and recycling
of old products, please take them to applicable
collection points in accordance with your
national legislation.
By disposing of them correctly, you will help to
save valuable resources and prevent any
potential negative effects on human health
and the environment. For more information
about collection and recycling, please contact
your local municipality.
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Important Information
Penalties may be applicable for incorrect
disposal of this waste, in accordance with
national legislation.
For business users in the European
Union
If you wish to discard electrical and electronic
equipment, please contact your dealer or
supplier for further information.
Information on Disposal in other
Countries outside the European Union
This symbol is only valid in the European
Union. If you wish to discard these items,
please contact your local authorities or dealer
and ask for the correct method of disposal.
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Installation Location
Wireless communication range
The wireless communication range of each device in the system from the hub is approximately
50 m indoors and approximately 300 m outdoors. Wireless communication may be unreliable
when the following obstacles are located between the hub and other devices.
R Metal doors or screens
R Walls containing aluminium-sheet insulation
R Walls made of concrete or corrugated iron
R Double-pane glass windows
R Multiple walls
R When using each device on separate floors or in different buildings
Note:
R The camera’s LED indicator blinks in red if it is out of range of the hub. In this case, confirm all
connections, including those of the hub.
Information about sensor features
The camera has 2 sensor features that are used for motion detection: a visual sensor and an
infrared sensor (i.e., heat sensor).
Please read the following information before deciding where to install the camera.
Note:
R The camera’s sensor features are not designed to be used in situations that require high
reliability. We do not recommend use of the sensor features in these situations.
R Panasonic takes no responsibility for any injury or damage caused by the use of the camera’s
sensor features.
Detection method
Visual sensor
Infrared sensor
The camera detects changes in the images
being displayed.
R The camera detects changes in the
brightness levels of moving objects.
The camera detects temperature differences
of objects in the images being displayed.
R The infrared sensor uses infrared rays to
detect temperature differences within its
range that are emitted naturally by people,
animals, etc.
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Installation Location
Detection range
Visual sensor
Infrared sensor
Can detect motion anywhere in the visible
image.
Can detect motion only in part of the visible
image (shown here in grey)
R You can adjust the area detectable by the
visual sensor. For more information, refer
to the User’s Guide (page 27).
R You can adjust the area detectable by the
infrared sensor. See “Adjusting the infrared
sensor range”, page 23.
R Detection does not occur when there are
obstacles in front of the infrared sensor.
Remove the obstacles or change the
installation location.
Main characteristics
Visual sensor
Infrared sensor
Easily detects movement in the daytime or
when it is bright.
R Movement may be incorrectly detected
when the moving object and the
background have a similar colour.
R Movement may be incorrectly detected
when there are sudden changes to the
overall brightness levels such as when
external lights are used.
Easily detects when there is a big difference
between the temperatures of objects and the
surrounding environment, such as in winter or
late at night.
R The sensor cannot easily detect when
there is no difference between the
temperatures of objects and the
surrounding environment, such as in
summer or during the daytime.
R If the camera is mounted facing a road, the
sensor may detect incorrectly due to
interference caused by the heat from
passing cars.
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Installation Location
Direction of motion
It is easier to detect objects that move sideways in front of the camera, and more difficult to
detect objects that move directly toward the front of the camera.
A
B
C
D
A It is difficult to detect movement directly towards the front of the camera.
B It is easy to detect movement sideways in front of the camera.
C Detection range
D Camera
Information about night vision mode
The camera features an array of infrared LEDs that light automatically in low-light conditions,
allowing camera images to be viewable even when the surrounding area is dark.
Note:
R When night vision mode is active, the colours in camera images may appear different from
normal.
R When night vision mode is active, the array of infrared LEDs that surround the camera’s lens
light up in a faint red colour that can be seen in the dark.
R If the camera is installed in front of a window and points directly at the window, images may be
poor when night vision mode is active.
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Installation Location
Installation location examples
I want to detect visitors approaching the house
Refer to the table below for detecting visitors at an entrance or gate without detecting cars in the
street.
Ideal example
Poor example
1
1 Approx. 3 m
Visitors pass in front of the camera from side
to side, cars in the street are less likely to
cause false detections.
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Cars in the street are more likely to cause
false detections.
Installation Location
I want to detect people entering the garage
Refer to the table below for detecting people entering a garage without detecting cars in the
street.
Ideal example
Visitors pass in front of the camera from side
to side, cars in the street are less likely to
cause false detections.
R To prevent faces from being obscured by
tall vehicles, adjust the installation position
and angle of the camera.
Poor example
Cars in the street are more likely to cause
false detections.
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Installation Location
Do not install in these
locations
Installing in the following areas may
cause deformation, discolouration,
malfunction, or operational failure
R In direct sunlight or directly under an
outdoor light (even if the surroundings are
within operational temperature range, parts
of the product may become hot)
R Areas subject to frequent vibration, shock,
or impact
R Near fire, heating devices, magnetic fields
(such as near magnets), or air conditioners
(including outdoor equipment such as unit
compressors)
R Areas exposed to grease or steam
R Near devices that emit strong radio waves,
such as mobile phones
R Areas subject to extreme temperature
changes (which can lead to condensation)
R Near coasts directly subjected to sea
breezes, or near sulphuric hot springs
(exposure to salt can shorten the life of the
product)
R Near TVs, radios, automated office
equipment such as computers, air
conditioners, water heater panels (with
intercom), or home security equipment
(these may cause noise)
R Near satellite broadcasting receivers such
as tuners, TVs with built-in satellite tuners,
and recorders (broadcasted images may be
distorted)
R Areas where hydrogen sulphide, ammonia,
dust, or toxic gases are present
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Installing in the following areas may
cause false detections
R Areas where people approach directly from
the front of the camera, such as narrow
walkways
1 Camera
2 Difficult to detect
2
1
R Areas where objects such as trees or
hanging laundry move due to wind
(temperature variation and motion may
cause false detections)
R On roads with high traffic (passing cars
may cause sensor detections even if they
are 5 m or more away)
Installation Location
R Areas affected by breezes from fans, air
conditioning unit compressors, water
heaters, or car exhaust (severe
temperature variations may cause false
detections)
R Areas subject to severe weather, such as
strong wind (camera shake can cause false
detections) or rain (strong rain may be
detected as an object moving in front of the
camera)
R Areas with reflective objects, such as glass,
that can interfere with detection of
temperature variation
R Areas where brightness changes easily
(such as areas where shadows form in the
afternoon and lights turn on at night)
R Areas where backlight occurs (faces
appear dark and are difficult to identify),
such as the following
– Areas where most of the background is
the sky
– Areas where direct sunlight reflects off a
white wall or background
– Bright areas such as those exposed to
direct sunlight
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Setup
Part names and functions
H
G
A B CD E
Indicator
Status
Red, blinking slowly
Live images are
being viewed or
recorded
Red, blinking
Camera is out of
range of the hub, or
device malfunction
Amber, blinking
slowly
Camera is not
registered to a hub
I
*1
J
Setup overview
F
Microphone
Sensor range cap (Standard)
Infrared sensor
LED indicator
Lens unit
Speaker
M
N
Used when registering the camera to the
hub.
Safety wire
Camera mounting stand
DC cable
1
Initial setup
Make sure you can access the system
using your mobile device. For details,
refer to the System Setup Guide included
with your hub.
2
Registration
Required only if the camera was
purchased separately (i.e., not as part of
a bundle).
3
Confirm the installation area
Read the information in this document to
confirm that the desired installation area
is suitable to proper operation.
4
Installation
Install the camera in the desired location
and connect the camera to the power
outlet.
5
Adjust the infrared sensor range
Confirm the sensor range area and adjust
it if necessary using the included sensor
range adjustment caps.
LED indicator
You can use the LED indicator to confirm the
camera’s status.
Indicator
Status
Off
No power, or LED
indicator is turned
off*1
Green, lit
Normal operation*1
Green, blinking
slowly
Registration mode
Red
Motion detected
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You can configure the camera so that its
LED indicator does not light during
normal operation. For more information,
refer to the User’s Guide (page 27).
Registering the camera
This procedure is not required for devices
that were included as part of a bundle.
Setup
Before you can use the camera, it must be
registered to the hub.
If the camera is not registered to a hub, the
camera’s LED indicator blinks slowly in amber.
You can register each device by using the
registration buttons or the [Home Network]
app.
Note:
R Before registering the camera, make sure
the AC adaptors of the hub and camera are
connected and each device is powered.
Confirming the installation
area
Before deciding where to install the camera,
carefully read the chapter “Installation
Location”, beginning on page 9, to confirm the
installation location and direction.
Using registration buttons
1
Hub:
CAMERAN until the
Press and hold M
LED indicator blinks slowly in green.
2
Camera:
Using an object with a thin tip, press and
hold M
N until the LED indicator blinks
slowly in green (page 16).
R When registration is complete, the hub
sounds one long beep.
Note:
R To cancel without registering the camera,
press M
N on the hub and on the camera
again.
R If registration fails, the hub sounds several
short beeps.
Using the app
When you register the camera by using the
[Home Network] app, you can assign a name
to your devices and group them by location.
For more information, refer to the User’s
Guide (page 27).
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Setup
Installation
Poor example
No support behind exterior surface
2
Installation precautions
R Do not install the camera on a ceiling.
R Holes must be made in the wall for cables
and wires to pass through. Panasonic takes
no responsibility for issues related to
opening holes in walls.
R Make sure to waterproof the holes you
make in the wall.
R Make sure you attach the safety wire to
prevent the camera from falling.
R Do not use an impact driver. (This may lead
to damaged screws or over-tightening.)
R Mount the camera on the stable location
where the unit can be adequately
supported when installing.
R The AC adaptor should be connected to a
vertically oriented or floor-mounted AC
outlet. Do not connect the AC adaptor to a
ceiling-mounted AC outlet, as the weight of
the adaptor may cause it to become
disconnected.
R Do not mount the camera on a soft
material. It may fall down, break or cause
injury.
Wall material information
Siding
R Use the included screws ø4 mm ´ 25 mm.
Make sure the pull-out capacity of each
screw is at least 294 N (30 kgf).
R If the weight of the camera is supported by
the siding only, the siding could become
damaged. Make sure you mount the
camera in a location where the structure
behind the siding can be used to support
the weight of the camera. If this is not
possible due to the thickness of the siding,
use commercially-available screws ø4 mm
´ longer than 25 mm.
R Drill a pilot hole using a drill bit that is
appropriate for the type of siding. Remove
any debris after drilling the pilot hole. Do
not drill the pilot hole into the structure
behind the siding.
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1
1 Siding
2 Open space, no support
Ideal example
Structure supports exterior surface
2
1
1 Siding
2 Structure behind siding
Concrete
R Do not use the included screws. Use screw
anchors (screw ø: 4 mm) designed for
concrete walls.
R Carefully read the instructions supplied with
the anchors. Follow instructions regarding
drill bit diameter, hole depth, etc.
R Drill a pilot hole. Remove any debris after
drilling the pilot hole.
1
Mark the hole depth on the drill bit (1)
and then drill a pilot hole.
1
Setup
2
Remove debris.
Installing the camera
1
3
Insert an anchor, tighten the screw, then
remove the screw to secure the anchor.
4
Insert the screw and tighten it.
Attach the safety wire to the camera.
R Place the ring of the safety wire (A)
over the screw hole.
R Place a washer (B) on top of the ring
of the safety wire.
R Tighten the screw (C) for the safety
wire on top of the washer.
2
3
2 Camera mounting stand
ALC (autoclaved lightweight cellular
concrete)
R Depending on the type of ALC panel, you
may not be able to attach the camera.
Consult the ALC panel manufacturer.
R Do not use the included screws. After
consulting the manufacturer of the ALC
panel, use only commercially-available
metal screw anchors (screw ø: 4 mm)
designed for ALC panels.
R Carefully read the instructions supplied with
the anchors. Follow instructions regarding
drill bit diameter, hole depth, etc.
R Drill a pilot hole. Remove any debris after
drilling the pilot hole.
R Seal the pilot hole with a
commercially-available waterproof sealant.
2
2
1
Attach the camera mounting stand to an
outdoor wall.
R Secure the stand to the wall by
tightening 4 screws (A).
R 1 37 mm
1
1
1
1
Other materials (mortar, tile, etc.)
R Do not use the included screws.
R Consult the builder or licenced professional
regarding the type of anchor appropriate for
the installation location and materials.
R Do not install on gypsum board or concrete
blocks.
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Setup
Note:
R Use the following template below when
determining the location of the screw
holes.
37 mm
3
Attach the camera to the stand using the
stand attachment hole on the rear or
bottom of the camera, depending on the
direction you want to aim the camera.
R Loosen the screw (1).
R Insert the tip of the stand (A) into the
stand attachment hole (B) on the rear
or bottom side.
R Secure the camera by tightening the
screw (2).
Attaching to the hole on the rear side
2 1 1
37 mm
2
Attaching to the hole on the bottom
side
2 1 1
2
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Setup
4
Adjust the camera angle.
R Loosen the screw (1) and then adjust
the camera to the desired angle.
R Tighten the screw (1) while holding
the screw (2) until the camera is
secure.
1
2
5
Attach the safety wire to the wall.
R Place the ring of the safety wire (A)
on the wall.
R Place the washer (B) on top of the
ring of the safety wire.
R Tighten the screw (C) for the safety
wire on top of the washer.
1
2
1
3
Note:
R Attach the safety wire while it is bent.
R Attach the safety wire high on the wall
so that the camera does not strike
anyone in the event the camera
detaches from the wall.
R Do not hang from the camera or stand.
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Setup
6
Connect the DC cable to the AC adaptor.
R Pull the DC cable indoors, and connect
the DC cable plug (A) to the AC
adaptor plug (B).
R Connect the AC adaptor (C) to the
power outlet.
1 Outdoors
2 Indoors
1
2
12
3
Note:
R Use only the supplied Panasonic AC
adaptor PNLV236CE.
R Be sure to connect the DC cable plug
and AC adaptor plug indoors.
Note about power connections
AC adaptor connection
R The AC adaptor must remain connected at
all times. (It is normal for the adaptor to feel
warm during use.)
R The AC adaptor should be connected to a
vertically oriented or floor-mounted AC
outlet. Do not connect the AC adaptor to a
ceiling-mounted AC outlet, as the weight of
the adaptor may cause it to become
disconnected.
Power failure
R The camera will not work during a power
failure.
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Appendix
Testing the motion
detection range
Adjusting the infrared
sensor range
After you have installed the [Home Network]
app on your mobile device, you can use your
mobile device to test the performance of the
camera’s motion detection features.
For details about these operations, refer to the
User’s Guide (page 27).
If there are objects that you do not want the
infrared sensor to detect, you can adjust the
detectable area by attaching sensor range
caps.
1
Start the [Home Network] app and
display live images from the camera.
2
Move to an area within the camera’s
viewable area.
3
While moving near the camera, use your
mobile device to observe where you are
in the viewable area when the camera’s
motion detection features are triggered.
R When the motion detection features
are triggered, the camera’s LED
indicator lights in red for about
3 seconds.
4
Note the areas of the viewable area
where movement is detected, and make
adjustments as necessary.
Note:
R You can adjust the area detectable by the
visual sensor. For more information, refer to
the User’s Guide (page 27).
R You can adjust the area detectable by the
infrared sensor. See “Adjusting the infrared
sensor range”, page 23.
Sensor range cap types and
detectable area
In addition to the standard cap (already
attached to the camera), there are 4 cap types
(cap 1-4). Each cap blocks different areas of
the sensor range and can be attached at
45-degree increments. Refer to the following
and attach the proper cap at the proper angle.
R The detectable areas shown here are an
approximation for when the [IR Sensor]
setting is set to [Normal]. For more
information, refer to the User’s Guide
(page 27).
R The detectable area rotates according to
the sensor range cap angle.
Testing the microphone
To test the microphone, speak loudly and
clearly into the microphone while a mobile
device user is viewing live images from the
camera.
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Appendix
Situation and cap
types
Approximate detection range (view when looking from above) *1
20 °C
When you want
both sides of the
camera to be
detectable
Standard cap
(attached to the
camera)
When you want one
side to be
undetectable
Cap 1
0 °C
3
1
2
15m
26m
34m
(Example) Cap 1
(Example) Cap 1
(Example) Cap 1
1
Cap 2
15m
26m
34m
(Example) Cap 3
(Example) Cap 3
3
1
2
15m
26m
34m
(Example) Cap 4
(Example) Cap 4
(Example) Cap 4
3
1
15m
*1
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3
2
(Example) Cap 3
Cap 3
When you want
both sides to be
undetectable
Cap 4
30 °C
2
26m
34m
Varies by ambient temperature at the camera installation location. Numeric values are
approximate. Detectable area is indicated by .
Appendix
About the attachment angle of the sensor range cap
Example 1
When there is an object on the right side of the viewable area that you do not want to be
detected (such as trees):
Attach one of caps 1-3 as shown in the example (1) according to the area you do not want to be
detected.
Example 2
When there is an object on the top left of the viewable area that you do not want to be
detected (cars in a street, etc.):
Attach one of caps 1-3 as shown in the example (2) according to the area you do not want to be
detected.
Example 1
1
Example 2
2
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Appendix
Replacing sensor range caps
1
Remove the attached standard cap.
2
Remove the desired sensor range cap from one of the 4 types (A) and attach it to the
sensor (B).
R When attaching, rotate the tab (1) on the cap toward the top or at a 45-degree angle
according to the type of cap or direction, and attach the cap on the camera, shown in the
following illustration.
1
2
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Appendix
Features available when
using the [Home Network]
app
Accessing the User’s Guide
Some of the camera’s features that are
available when using the [Home Network]
app are listed below. For more information,
refer to the User’s Guide (page 27).
– Alarm system
You can use the app to arm and disarm the
alarm system, confirm the current status of
the sensor, and view a log of previous
events.
– Live camera monitoring
You can view live images from the camera,
even while away from home.
– Listen and talk
You can use your mobile device to talk and
listen to anyone within range of the
camera’s microphone and speaker.
– Sensor adjustment
You can adjust the camera’s motion
detection features, such as detection
sensitivity and detection area.
– Sensor integration
You can configure the camera’s sensor
features to trigger other system events,
such as camera recording*1, turning on an
electric device (such as a lamp), etc.
(Appropriate device required.)
*1 A commercially-available microSD
card must be inserted into the hub in
order to record images.
– Notification
You can configure the camera to send a
notification to the [Home Network] app
when the camera detects motion.
1
iPhone/iPad
Tap
in the app’s home screen.
Android™ devices
Tap or press your mobile device’s
menu button in the app’s home screen.
2
Tap [User’s Guide].
The User’s Guide is a collection of online
documentation that helps you get the most out
of the [Home Network] app.
Note:
R Microsoft® Windows® Internet Explorer® 8
and earlier versions are not supported.
R Android 4.1 or later versions are
recommended.
R You can also access the User’s Guide at
the web page listed below.
www.panasonic.net/pcc/support/tel/
homenetwork/manual/
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Appendix
Specifications
R Standards
DECT (Digital Enhanced Cordless
Telecommunications)
R Frequency range
1.88 GHz – 1.90 GHz
R RF transmission power
Approx. 93 mW (average power per
channel)
250 mW (max.)
R Power source
220 – 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz
R Power consumption
Standby: 2.3 W
During operation:
3.1 W (when the LED lights are not lit)
4.5 W (when the LED lights are lit)
R Operating conditions
-20 °C – 50 °C
Up to 90 % relative humidity
(non-condensing)
R Transmitting range
Approx. 50 m indoors
Approx. 300 m outdoors
R Image sensor
0.3 megapixel CMOS
R Minimum illuminance required
0 lx*1
R Focal length
Fixed (0.4 m – infinity)
R Angular field of view (camera angle)
Horizontal: approx. 70°
Vertical: approx. 50°
R Motion detection method
Pyroelectric infrared sensor (PIR sensor)
and visual sensor
R PIR sensor detection range (when the
surrounding temperature is approx.
25 °C)
Horizontal: approx. 70°
Vertical: approx. 20°
Detection range: approx. 5 m
R Visual sensor detection range
Horizontal: approx. 70°
Vertical: approx. 50°
R IP rating
IP55*2
R Adjustable mounting angles
Horizontal: ±90°
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Vertical: facing forward - facing down
approx. 60°
(adjustable when mounting)
R Dimensions (height ´ width ´ depth)
Approx. 75 mm ´ 75 mm ´ 173 mm
R Mass (weight)
Approx. 305 g
*1 The infrared LEDs that surround the
camera lens will illuminate in low-light
conditions.
*2 Water resistance is only assured if the
camera is installed correctly according to
the instructions in the Installation Guide,
and appropriate water protection
measures are taken.
Notes
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Notes
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Notes
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For your future reference
We recommend keeping a record of the following information to assist with any repair under
warranty.
Serial No.
Date of purchase
(found on the rear of the unit)
Name and address of dealer
Attach your purchase receipt here.
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