USER`S MANUAL For model: TC101

Infrared Hunting Camera
USER’S MANUAL
For model: TC101
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Important Tips
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The working voltage of the camera is 6V. You can either
use AA batteries, or use an external 6V DC power supply.
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Please load the batteries according to the indicated
polarity on the cover of the battery cabinet.
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Please disable the write-protect on the card before
inserting SD card.
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Please insert a SD card before testing the camera.
Otherwise, the camera will not save images and videos. If
no SD-card is inserted or the write-protect of the card is not
disabled, the camera will shut down automatically .
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It is recommended to format the SD-card by the camera
when used for the first time.
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Always close the camera before you install or remove
the SD card
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The camera will be in the USB mode when connected
to a USB port of computer. In this case the SD card
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functions as a removable disk no matter the power switch of
the device is ON or OFF.
• In the test mode, the camera will shut down automatically
after 3 minutes if no key is pressed.
• The camera can work normally with High Performance
Battery, the discharge current is above 1.5A. We test these
brands are OK, such as TOSHIBA, GP Ultra ,DURACELL,
Energizer, NANFU.
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General Information
1.1 Introduction
The digital hunting camera is a surveillance device working
automatically. It can be triggered by sudden change of
ambient temperature caused by moving game in a region of
interest, which is detected by a highly sensitive Passive
Infra-Red (PIR) senor, and then take pictures or video clips
automatically. At sunrise the unit begins to take color photos
and videos until there is insufficient light (dusk) when it
begins to take infrared (monochrome) photos and videos.
Features
• Simple to use
• All parameters can be set on the camera, it is more
convenient than via PC
• well-designed for portability and usefulness
• Impressively quick trigger time(1.0 second)
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• Supports up to 32 GB SD Card
• Ultra low standby current (0.2mA). Extremely long in-field
life( (in standby mode, up to 6 months )
• 8 x AA batteries
• 12MP resolution
• 2.7'' TFT LCD Display
• PIR Sensing Distance: 65ft/20m
• 33pcs IR LEDs 850nm for flash range as far as 65 feet
(20m)
range)
(No-glow model 940nm has 49 feet (15m) flash
• Led indicator when low battery and full memory SD card
• Audio on Video: Yes
• Gravity Sensor function: the Screen Rotate up and down
except in the MENU interface
• Blue backlight for keypad: It is convenient for you to
operate at night or insufficient light
• Unique structure design and G-SENSOR make it easy for
user to set up the menu and change the battery
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Laser light makes the camera focus on the optimal point
by G-SENSOR function
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Lockable and password protected
1.2 Application
• Trail camera for hunting
• Farm and forestry security monitoring
• Animal or event observations
• Motion-triggered security camera for home, office and
community
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Law Enforcement and Environmental Agencies - Illegal
Dumping, Vandalism and Theft
• All other indoor/outdoor surveillance where invasion
evidence needed
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1.3 Camera Interface
•Front
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NOTE:
Laser light
light: Aim the target (test mode)
RGB LED
LED:
Red LED indicate the battery went dead (on mode)
Green LED indicate memory SD card is full (on mode)
Blue LED indicate PIR detect the target (test mode), we
need close the blue LED in “on mode” in case of spooking
the target.
LDR
LDR: It switches the camera back and forth from day
pictures (color) to night pictures (monochromatic).
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• Bottom and Switch
When the switch is at “ON” position , the camera is on the
automatic infrared shooting mode. When the switch is
moved to the “TEST” position, you can set parameters or
test different functions.
The camera provides the following connections for external
device: USB port ,SD card slot ,TV out jack , tripod slot and
external DC power in jack .
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• Battery
To supply power for the device, it is recommended to use
eight new high-performance alkaline AA batteries or low
self-leakage NI-MH (Nickel-Metal hydride) rechargeable
AA batteries. The discharge current is above 1.5A. We test
these brands are OK, such as TOSHIBA, GP Ultra, DURACELL,
Energizer, NANFU. According to the feature which battery
voltage (power supply) will rebound after the battery open
circuit for a period of time, we developed 3TPS(Take
turns to power supply ) technology. It means the battery
life can be extended. Our hunting camera is equipped
with two group cells, firstly they separately supply power,
gradually the battery is very low, When the voltage of one
group drops to a certain value, while the other group cell
still have higher battery voltage, 3TPS technology can realize
the function which A,B two
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cells automatically switch to supply power. Thereby the
battery is fully utilized.
Quick Start
1 Insert SD Card
2.
2.1
Before inserting SD card into the card slot, please make sure
the writing-protect switch on the side of the SD card is
“off ”(NOT in the “Lock” position). The supported memory
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capacity is up to 32 GB . If you use a card capable of above
32GB , make sure you test it before putting the camera in
use.
CAUTION: ALWAYS CLOSE THE CAMERA BEFORE
YOU INSTALL OR REMOVE THE SD CARD.
2 Enter into Test Mode
2.
2.2
In the TEST mode, you should set the necessary operational
parameters, switch to the ON mode. Then the device starts
monitoring automatically.
Under the TEST mode, you just need to aim at the object,
and press the “SNAP” key. A Second later, you’ll get a
picture saved in the SD-card . The number of pictures and
video clips at the bottom of the LCD will decrease by one .
Press the OK key to review/playback photos/videos on the
LCD screen, or a connected TV monitor. Use UP and down
key to Zoom in/out, left and right to switch the picture.
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There is another key “MENU”on the keypad that allows you
to program the camera to work the way you want.
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2.
2.3
Enter into ON Mode (Automatic Infrared
Shooting Mode )
Moving the switch to ON position would set the device in
the Automatic Infrared Shooting Mode. There is a waiting
time of about 30 seconds (LED get blue) before the system
adjusts to this mode, then the camera can start taking
pictures by infrared inducement. Once the device is in this
mode , there would be not need for any manual operations,
and the camera will function automatically by taking
pictures or videotaping the subjects such as animals, persons
that enters a certain range. The time interval or the record
time can be set before the camera is put to work. The
camera will automatically turn on when subjects (animals,
persons) enters the area covered by the “PIR”. Then it will
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take pictures or start videotaping once the subjects are in the
range. If the subjects enter the range directly, the camera
will be in operation immediately . If the subjects leave the
range of the “PTR”, the camera would automatically shut
down after a while.
al Snap
4 Manu
2.
2.4
Manual
Under the Test mode, you can use camera to take pictures as
a regular digital camera by pressing “SNAP” button.
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2.
2.5
eletee and Format Picture
Picturess or
Video
Videoss
There are three ways to playback or delete pictures or
videos:
a) 2.7'' TFT LCD Display
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Under the test mode, press the OK key. The latest picture or
video will be displayed . Then press LEFT and RIGHT to
view.
While you are viewing images and videos, Press the MUNU,
the 【Delete】and 【Format】 will be displayed on the LCD.
【 Del Image One 】 will only delete the current image or
video.
【Del Image All】will delete all the images and videos.
Choose what you would like to delete and Press the OK key,
you will be asked to confirm. Press the OK key to delete or
press the MENU key to cancel and exit.
b) Computer
You can take the SD card out of the camera and use a
card reader to view or delete the pictures and videos. Or
you can connect the camera directly to your computer in
which case the camera works as a card reader.
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c)
TV or Picture Viewer (such as a digital picture
frame)
You can also connect the camera to a TV or other
picture viewer to view or delete the pictures or videos.
Note that the stand-alone operations of playback and
deleting can only be done in the TEST mode.
6 Power off
2.
2.6
Just Hold down the power key for 3.5s. Or auto power
off in 3 minutes if no keypad input. Please note that
even in the OFF mode, the camera still consumes
certain power at μA level. Therefore, be sure to take the
battery out of the battery cabinet if the camera will not
be used for a long time.
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Advanced Operations
After you are familiar with the basic operations of the
camera, you are now ready for advanced operations. The
advanced operations in this section are very similar to the
basic operations, only the options and parameters of the
camera are explained in more details.
Press“MENU” key to enter/exit the menu, press
, ▼ to
move the marker, and press “OK” to confirm the change.
Always remember press “OK” to save the change, Otherwise
you will lose your new setting.
3.1 Parameter Setting
In order to do the parameter settings, you must enter the
TEST mode firstly. Parameter settings start by pressing the
MENU key in the TEST mode.
After you enter the Test mode, some suggestive information
will be shown on the LCD. Press the UP or DOWN key to
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enter the previous or next menu (the UP key for the previous
menu and DOWN key for the next menu). Press OK key to
save the current setting or MENU key for canceling the
setting and exiting. After pressing OK key, the selected
value will be no more highlighted.
3.1.1 Setting Camera Mode
There are two modes for the camera, the “Capture”mode,
and the “Movie”mode.
a) In MENU, press the UP or DOWN key till the
parameter “Mode” appears.
b) Press OK key to enter into the option ,press the DOWN
key, the value of this parameter will be changed to “Movie”.
c) Press OK key for saving setting or MENU key for
canceling setting and exiting.
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MENU
Mode
Capture Mode
Resolution
Movie Size
Video Time
MENU
Exit
OK
Enter
MENU
Capture
Movie
MENU
Exit
OK
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Enter
3.1.2 Setting Capture Mode
This parameter affects the number of pictures taken for each
triggering in the camera mode .It has three values: “single”,
“Camera+Video” “3 pictures”. It default value is “single”.
The following shows you how to set shooting number as
“Camera+Video” provide that the previous value is “single”
in MENU .
a) In MENU, press the UP or DOWN key till the
parameter “Capture Mode” appears.
b) Press OK key to enter into the option , press the
DOWN key, the value of this parameter will be changed to
“Camera+Video”.
c)
Press OK key for saving setting or MENU key for
canceling setting and exiting.
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MENU
Mode
Capture Mode
Resolution
Movie Size
Video Time
MENU
Exit
Enter
OK
MENU
Single
Camera+Video
3 pictures
MENU
Exit
OK
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Enter
3.1.3 Setting Resolution
This parameter has four values:5M(2592*1944), 8M (3264*
2448), 10M(3456 *2592), 12M(4000*3000). The default value
is 8M.
a) In MENU, Press the UP or DOWN key till the parameter
“Resolution” appears.
b) Press OK key to enter into the option , Press the UP key,
the value will be change to “10M”. the value “10M” is
highlighted.
c) Press OK key to save the current setting or MENU key
for canceling the setting and exiting.
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MENU
Mode
Capture Mode
Resolution
Movie Size
Video Time
MENU
Exit
OK
Enter
MENU
12M
10M
8M
5M
MENU
Exit
OK
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Enter
3.1.4 Setting Movie Size
This parameter has three values: 1280*720,640*480 and
320*240 .The default value is 640*480.
a) In MENU, press the Up or DOWN key till the
parameter “Movie Size” appears.
b) Press OK key to enter into the option, Press the DOWN
key, the value of the parameter will be change to “320*240”.
c) Press OK key to save the current setting or MENU key
for canceling setting and exiting.
MENU
Capture Mode
Resolution
Movie Size
Video Time
MENU
Exit
OK
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Enter
MENU
[HD] 1280*720
[640] 640* 480
[320] 320* 240
MENU
Exit
OK
Enter
3.1.5 Setting Video Time
This parameter has four values: 15sec, 30sec, 60sec,
120sec .The default value is 15 seconds.
a) In MENU, press the UP or DOWN key till the
parameter “Video Time ”appears.
b) Press OK key to enter into the option ,Press the DOWN
key till the value change to “30 Sec”.
c) Press OK key for saving setting or MENU key for
canceling operation and exiting.
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MENU
Capture Mode
Resolution
Movie Size
Video Time
PIR Sensitivity
MENU
Exit
OK
Enter
MENU
15sec
30sec
60sec
120sec
MENU
Exit
OK
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Enter
3.1.6 Setting PIR Sensitivity
This parameter defines the sensitivity of the PIR. The higher
degree indicate that it is more easily to be triggered by
motion,taking more pictures or recording more videos. It is
recommend to use high sensitivity in room or environment
with little interference , and to use lower sensitivity for
outdoor or environment with lots of interference like hot
wind, smoke, near window etc.
Furthermore, the sensitivity of the PIR is strongly related to
the temperature. Higher temperature leads to lower
sensitivity. Therefore it is suggested to set a higher
sensitivity for high temperature environment.
At the same time ,“High” indicate the detecting distance is
about 0-20M, “Middle” is about 0-12M, “Low” is about
0-8M.
The following shows you how to set the sensitivity by using
the shortcut key:
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a) In MENU, press the UP or DOWN key till the
parameter “PIR Sensitivity” appears.
b) Press OK key to enter into the option , Press the
DOWN key. The value of this parameter will be changed to
“Middle”.
c)
Press OK key for saving setting or MENU key for
canceling setting and exiting.
MENU
Capture Mode
Resolution
Movie Size
Video Time
PIR Sensitivity
MENU
Exit
OK
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Enter
MENU
High
Middle
Low
MENU
Exit
OK
Enter
3.1.7 Setting Timer
Select On if you only want the camera to work within a
specified time period every day. In the rest of the time the
device is shut off. The value of the hour ranges from 0 to 23
and the minute ranges from 0 to 59.
Timer Switch OFF means the camera works all along .
For instance, if the starting time is set at 13:14 and the
ending time at 5:20, the camera will function from13:14 the
current day to 5:20 the next day. Outside the time period the
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camera will not be triggered or take photos/videos. This
feature can be used together with Time Lapse feature.
The steps are as following:
a) In MENU, press the UP or DOWN key till the
parameter “Timer” appears.
b)
Press OK key to enter into the option , Press the DOWN
key. The value of this parameter will be changed to “ON”.
c) Use LEFT and RIGHT key to alter between each slot,
and use UP and DOWN key to change the value until the
start time changes to 13:14 and the stop time changes to
5:20.
d)
Press OK key for saving setting or MENU key for
canceling setting and exiting.
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MENU
Resolution
Movie Size
Video Time
PIR Sensitivity
Timer
MENU
Exit
OK
Enter
MENU
OFF
ON
MENU
Exit
OK
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Enter
MENU
HH:MM
HH:MM
00: 00
00:00
MENU
Exit
OK
Enter
3.1.8 Setting Serial No.
Setting a serial number can print on the photo, and pointing
out the photo where it is filmed. When turned on, the serial
number will automatically appear with the photo's time
stamp. You can use the combination of 4 digits to record the
location in the photos . This helps multi-camera users
identify the location when reviewing the photos.
a) In MENU, press the UP or DOWN key till the
parameter “Serial No.” appears.
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b) Press OK key to enter into the option , Press the
DOWN key. The value of this parameter will be changed to
“ON”.
c) Use LEFT and RIGHT key to alter between each slot,
and use UP and DOWN key to change the number.
d) Press OK key for saving setting or MENU key for
canceling setting and exiting.
MENU
Movie Size
Video Time
PIR Sensitivity
Timer
Serial No.
MENU
Exit
OK
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Enter
MENU
OFF
ON
MENU
Exit
Enter
OK
MENU
Serial
0 0
0 0
MENU
Exit
OK
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Enter
3.1.9 Setting Time Lapse
If set On, the camera will automatically take photos/videos
at the set interval(Note: in this mode, the PIR sensor is
disabled). This is helpful when observing cold-blooded
animals like snakes, or the process of flowering, etc. This
feature can work together with Timer feature. The effective
value ranges from 00:00:00 to 23:59:59.
Time lapse Switch OFF means the camera works all along.
Provided that the camera set 3:20:40, means the camera
work every three hours twenty minutes forty seconds. The
steps are as following:
a) In MENU, press the UP or DOWN key till the
parameter “Time Lapse” appears.
b) Press OK key to enter into the option , Press the
DOWN key. The value of this parameter will be changed to
“ON”.
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c) Use LEFT and RIGHT key to alter between each slot,
and use UP and DOWN key to change the value until the
start time is 3:20:40.
d)
Press OK key for saving setting or MENU key for
canceling setting and exiting.
MENU
Video Time
PIR Sensitivity
Timer
Serial No.
Time Lapse
MENU
Exit
OK
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Enter
MENU
OFF
ON
MENU
Exit
OK
Enter
MENU
HH: MM:SS
00:00:00
Note: Set-on-Will NO PIR
MENU
Exit
OK
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Enter
0 Setting Delay Time
3.1.1
3.1.10
Select the length of time that the camera will wait from
when the last picture was taken and written in the SD card,
until it responds to any new triggers from the PIR sensor.
During the selected interval, the camera will not take
pictures/videos. This prevents the SD card from filling up
with too many redundant images. The effective value ranges
from 00:00:00 to 01:59:59.
a) In MENU, press the UP or DOWN key till the
parameter “Delay Time” appears.
b) Press OK key to enter into the option ,Use LEFT and
RIGHT key to alter between each slot, and use UP and
DOWN key to change the value until the desired value
appears.
c)
Press OK key for saving setting or MENU key for
canceling operation and exiting.
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MENU
PIR Sensitivity
Timer
Serial No
Time Lapse
Delay Time
MENU
Exit
OK
Enter
MENU
HH: MM:SS
00:00:00
MENU
Exit
OK
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Enter
1 Setting Blue LED
3.1.1
3.1.11
We need set the LED off in “on mode” in case of spooking
the game. In test mode, when setting the LED on, you can
find the LED get blue when PIR detect the game.There is a
waiting time of about 30 seconds (LED get blue)before the
system adjusts to on mode.
a) In MENU, Press the UP or DOWN key till the
parameter “Blue LED” appears.
b)
Press OK key to enter into the option, Press the DOWN
key , the value of the parameter will be change to “ ON ”.
c)
Press OK key to save the current setting or MENU key
for canceling setting and exiting.
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MENU
Timer
Serial No.
Time Lapse
Delay Time
Blue LED
MENU
Exit
OK
Enter
MENU
OFF
ON
MENU
Exit
OK
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Enter
3.1.12 Setting IR Photo
The animal usually stay, pass by or run from the camera.
so we set the menu separately. “Mobile photo”, “Still
photo”. You can set as your requirement.
a) In MENU, Press the UP or DOWN key till the
parameter “IR Photo” appears.
b)
Press OK key to enter into the option, Press the DOWN
key , the value of the parameter will be change to “Still
photo”.
c)
Press OK key to save the current setting or MENU key
for canceling setting and exiting.
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MENU
Time Lapse
Side PIR
Delay Time
Blue LED
IR photo
MENU
Exit
Enter
OK
MENU
Mobile photo
Still photo
MENU
Exit
OK
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Enter
3.1.13 Setting TV OUT
This parameter also has two values: NTSC and PAL.
a) In MENU, Press the UP or DOWN key till the
parameter “TV OUT” appears.
b)
Press OK key to enter into the option, Press the DOWN
key, the value of the parameter will be change to “ PAL”.
c)
Press OK key to save the current setting or MENU key
for canceling setting and exiting.
MENU
Time Lapse
Delay Time
Blue LED
IR Photo
TV OUT
MENU
Exit
OK
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Enter
MENU
NTSC
PAL
MENU
Exit
OK
Enter
3.1.14 Setting Date stamp
If you want the time to be stamped in the pictures and video
clips when the picture or video was taken, you can choose
the time stamp option. The default value is ON.
a) In MENU, Press the UP or DOWN key until “Date
Stamp” appears.
b)
Press OK key to enter into the option, Press the UP key,
the value of the parameter will be change to “OFF”.
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c)
Press OK key to save the current setting or MENU key
for canceling setting and exiting.
MENU
Blue LED
IR Photo
TV OUT
Date Stamp
MENU
Exit
OK
Enter
MENU
OFF
Date&Time
MENU
Exit
OK
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Enter
3.1.15 Setting Language
This parameter have six values:
English,Chinese,Deutsch,Suomen,Francais and Svenska.
a) In MENU, Press the UP or DOWN key till the
parameter “Language” appears.
b)
Press OK key to enter into the option, Press the DOWN
key, the value of the parameter will be change to ‘Chinese”.
c)
Press OK key to save the current setting or MENU key
for canceling setting and exiting.
MENU
Blue-LED
IR Photo
TV OUT
Date Stamp
Language
MENU
Exit
OK
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Enter
MENU
EN
English
简
简体中文
De
Deutsch
Su
suomen
Fr
francais
Se
Svenska
MENU
Exit
OK
Enter
3.1.16 Setting Date&Time
You can change the date and time of the device by setting
this parameter when necessary, after every battery change.
a) In MENU, Press the UP or DOWN key till the parameter
“Date &Time ” appears.
b) Press OK key to enter into the option, Use LEFT and
RIGHT key to alter between each slot, and use UP and
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DOWN key to change the number. Select “OK” to confirm
the changes.
After the setting of the date and time are all finished, press
the OK key to save them. Please note you’ll quit the
parameter setting without any saving and no parameter is
changed if you press the MENU key at any time only before
pressing OK key .
MENU
IR Photo
TV OUT
Date Stamp
Language
Date&Time
MENU
Exit
OK
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Enter
MENU
01/01/2011 12:55
MM/DD/YYYY
MENU
Exit
OK
Enter
3.1.17 Setting Password
If the system password was set, the device can be protected
from non-users, since it cannot enter the test mode without
the password and thus cannot be used.
a)
In MENU, Press the UP or DOWN key till the parameter
“Password” appears.
b)
Press OK key to enter into the option, Press UP and
DOWN key to choose either “ON ” or “OFF” .
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c) Use LEFT and RIGHT key to alter between each slot,
and use UP and DOWN key to change the number and
alphabet . Select “OK” to confirm the changes, and exit the
screen.
MENU
TV OUT
Date Stamp
Language
Date&Time
Password
MENU
Exit
OK
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Enter
MENU
OFF
ON
Exit
MENU
OK
Enter
MENU
please input password
0
0
MENU
0
0
Exit
OK
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Enter
3.
3.22
Sensible Angle and Distance Test
If you want to know whether the camera can detect a certain
spot, you can test according to the following procedures:
a) Switch the camera to the Test mode.
b)
Make movements around a certain spot in front of the
camera. If the PIR detect, Blue LED blinks, it indicates that
position can be sensed. Otherwise, that place is out of the
sensing area.
3.3 Mounting the Camera
When use the camera in outdoor environment, such as
hunting or monitoring the living habits of wild animals, you
need to mount the device on a certain place properly. To get
the optimal picture quality, the recommended distance is
3-5m from the tree to the target monitoring area and
recommended height from the ground is 1.5~2 meters.
Adjust the viewing angel properly (view angle of this
camera is 53°).
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There are two ways to mount the camera: using a band
shaped belt, bottom screw.
a) Using the belt: To use the belt to fix the camera on a
tree is illustrated in the following Fig. Take the belt toes to
go through the two back holes of the camera. At the end, tie
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the two toes to the tree to finish fixing.
b) Using bottom screw.
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TWO-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
We take great pride in our products. We always stand behind
our promises. Buying a our product, you are covered under
a TWO YEAR limited warranty.
We guarantee our products to be free of defects in materials
and workmanship under normal use and service for a period
of TWO years after registered date of purchase. This
warranty does not cover consumer caused damages such as
misuse, improper handing or installation, or repairs attempted
by someone other than our authorized technicians.
We will, at our option during the warranty period, repair
your camera or replace it with the same or comparable
original retail buyer from our authorized dealer. Purchase
receipt or other proof of the date of the original purchase is
required to receive warranty benefits . The warranty on any
replacement product provided under the original warranty
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shall be for the remaining portion of the warranty period
applicable to the original product .
This warranty extends solely to failures due to defect in
materials or workmanship under use. It dose not cover
normal wear of the product .
If you need to return a product under this warranty, please
contact your dealer or our distributor.
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Appendix I: TECHNICAL
SPECIFICATION
S
SPECIFICATIONS
Model
Parameters
Image Sensor
5 Mega pixel Color CMOS
2592*1944 5M
Picture Resolution
3264*2448 8M
3456*2592 10M
3000*4000 12M
lens
F=3.1 FOV(Field of View)=53°
Dimensions
158*86*68mm(6.2 x 3.4x 2.7 inches)
Net Weight
0.34KG
Operation Keypad
17keys
Video Resolution
Video length
HD
1280x720p 30fps
VGA
640x 480
QVGA
320x 240
15sec/30sec/60sec/120sec (Adjustable)
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Camera+video
first take pictures then videos
Playback Zoom in/out
1-4 Times
PIR sensitivity
High/Middle/Low(Adjustable)
PIR Sensor
Multi Zone
Main PIR Sensing Angle 60°
Operation Mode
Auto Power Off
Delay time
Time Lapse
Timer
Timer stamp
Day/Night
Auto Power Off in 3 minutes while no
keypad controlling
1sec.-2h. programmable
on/off; 1 Second~24 Hours
Programmable
on/off; Programmable
Date, time , serial no, temperature,
moon phase
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Photo Burst
password
Device Serial No
1 or 3 programmable
4 characters--Digits and alphabets set
by yourself
4 digits
External DC Power Supply 6V
Interface
TV-OUT(NTSC/PAL), MINI USB, SD
CARD Slot, 6V DC, Tripod slot.
Mounting
Strap or Tripod Nail
Waterproof
IP54
Operation Temperature
-22°F to 158°F(-30°C to 70°C)
Operation Humidity
5%----95%
Certificate
FCC & CE & ROHS
62
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GE CONTENTS
Appendix II
II:: PAC
PACKA
KAGE
Part name
Quantity
Digital camera
1
Belt
1
USB cable
1
TV AV IN Cable
1
Instruction Manual
1
Warranty Card
1
External DC cable(optional)
1
63
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