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Outdoor HD Camera

Please make sure the camera is in within reach of your gateway and Wifi-network.
Connect your mobile phone to a 2.4G network before setting up the camera.
(5G is not supported by the camera) lf you are using a dual band router,
make sure your 2.4G Wifi is enabled and discoverable.

You can relocate the camera after you have finished the setup. Just unplug the
power cable and relocate to desired location and connect power to boot and
connect the camera. The camera will automatically connect to the
WiFi after successful configuration.

Power Up

1. Connect the power adapter to your camera and wall socket

2. Connect Ethernet cable to your router and camera

Configure your camera using cable

1. Open Wattle and navigate to the device list: Menu -Settings – Manage Devices

2. The camera will be discovered by Wattle automatically when connected to your network using cable.

3. You will now see your camera as “NOT CONFIGURED” and “NOT_AUTHENTICATED” status.

“NOT _AUTHENTICATED” means that user did specified username and password for that specific camera.

“NOT CONFIGURED” means that camera is not yet placed in any room.

4. Click Configure

a. Assign a room to the camera

b. Press “Settings” to open “DEVICE SETTiNGS” page: Specify username and password
for that specific camera. Usually, camera manufacturers put sticker with username and
password on a bottom of a camera.

c. Press “Apply” to apply username and password

d. Camera usage can be “Generic” or “Security”.

Security cameras will start recording in a case if alarm is armed
(Home/Stay and/or Away) and alarm event occurs (doer opened, movement detected, etc … ).

lf security usage is selected, select also
“USAGE OPTION” – meaning which alarm will trigger recording. There are 3 possible usage options: away, stay and night. Press “OK”.

Generic cameras can be used for streaming and normal recording, but will not start automatically
recording in case of alarm event.

5. Press “Apply” to save camera configuration Your camera will now be added to room you assigned (e.g. “GARAGE”) and will have
“AUTHENTICATED” status in the device list.

Connect your Camera to your WiFi-Network

*lf camera is already set up using cable, reset the camera to proceed with WiFi setup

1. Open manage devices –> odd manually -> camera

2. Specify WiFi nome and password.

3. Generate QR code.

4. Press reset button on a camera for 5 seconds, until blue LED starts blinking.

5. Present mobile phone with QR code in front of camera.

6. Wait until camera read QR code. There will be 2 beeps when camera is connected to WiFi.

7. Return to manage devices (Menu – Settings -Manage Devices)

8. The camera will appear automatically in the device list when connected to your network.

9. You will now see your camera as “NOT CONFIGURED” and “NOT_AUTHENTICATED” status.

“NOT _AUTHENTICATED” means that user did specified username and password for that specific camera.
“NOT CONFIGURED” means that camera is not yet placed in any room.

10. Click Configure

a. Assign a room to the camera

b. Press “Settings” to open “DEVICESETTiNGS” page:
Specify username and password for that specific camera.
Usually, camera manufacturers put sticker with username and password on a bottom of a camera.

c. Press “Apply” to apply username and password

d. Camera usage can be “Generic” or “Security”.

Security cameras will start recording in a case if alarm is armed
(Home/Stay and/or Away) and alarm event occurs (doer opened, movement detected, etc … ).

lf security usage is selected, select also “USAGE OPTION” – meaning which alarm will trigger recording. There are 3 possible usage options: away, stay and night. Press “OK”.

Generic cameras can be used for streaming and normal recording, but will not start automatically recording in case of alarm event. Select camera usage and press “OK”.

11. Press “Apply” to save camera configuration. Your camera will now be added to room you assigned (e.g. “GARAGE”) and will have
“AUTHENTICATED” status in the device list.

How to use and operate the Camera

After completing the configuration of the camera you can open the room from the dashboard to see live stream and recordings from the camera. You will find the cameras under security tab in each room with cameras. You can now do on-demand recording and download recordings from the cloud storage to your phone.

Camera LED Status Indicator

Green light blinking slowly, Power up, activating and ready to connect

Green light blinking quickly, Camera are factory resetting or connecting to WiFi.

Green light are steady, the device is connected to network

 

Factory Reset the Camera

Follow this procedure if you need to do a factory reset.

1. Hold down the reset button for 12 seconds until you see the green light flash quickly.

2. Release the reset button

3. The camera will do a factory reset. The username and password will be restored to default.

Follow connect to reconnect and setup the camera.

Specifications

Display resolution: 2.0MP, 1080P1920x1080 (640×360)

Motion detection: Yes

Night vision: Yes, up to 19 meters

Onvif: Profile S

Connectivity: 2,4 GHz IEEE802.11b/g/n 150 Mbps Ethernet cable

Storage: Cloud storage

IP Class: IP65

Operating humidity: 10% – 90%

Storage humidity: 3% – 90%

Operate temperature: -10°C – +50°C

Storage temperature: -40°C – +70°C

Dimensions: 196 x 65 x 65mm

Weight: 360g

Power input: 12V 1A < 7W

Certificates: CE, FCC

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