Bulb CCTV Security DVR HD 720P IR Camera User Manual
Bulb CCTV Security DVR HD 720P IR Camera User Manual
Bulb CCTV Security DVR HD 720P IR Camera User Manual (The figures and parameters offered in these specifications vary with types of the product, and should subject to the actual product you bought.) Ⅰ.Overview: Thanks for choosing our HD IR camera product which uses the latest technology for intelligent video surveillance systems and integrates video recording, sound recording, photo taking, motion detecting and light induced IR self-starting, cycle storage and remote control functions together. With a common TF card inserted into the TF card slot and an E27 bulb with a screw-type base fixed into the lamp holder, the video surveillance function would activate automatically if the camera is powered.
Compared to general surveillance systems, the product has the advantages of wiring and installation-free uses, easy operation and various user settable working modes and video resolutions. Compressing the video recorded by the 720P HD and megapixel camera in accordance with the H.264 video compression standard, the product may reduce video file sizes dramatically, and a 32G TF card is enough to accommodate videos (VGA) files recorded in about one week. The product can be widely used in homes, stores, supermarkets, offices, warehouses, restaurants, garages and general buildings.
1. Quick Operation Guidance 1. Insert a TF card into the TF card slot. 2. Fix an E27 bulb with a screw-type base into the lamp holder. 3. Power on the camera, it would start recording videos automatically. 1.1 Make sure the camera’s power switch is in the OFF position and the supply voltage is suitable (AC 110-250V), then insert a TF card (a formatted good branded TF card with a capacity of 2GB-32GB is recommended ). 1.2 Fix an E27 bulb into the lamp holder (using the same way to install a common bulb). 1.3 Power on the camera, it would start recording videos automatically. 2. Illustration of Multi-functional Remote Controller 3.
Instructions under Various Working States: 3.1 Video Start: A powered on camera will enter into the automatic video surveillance state after the red and blue indicators stay lit for 1 second. Then the red indicator will keep lit while the blue indicator flashes to show that the camera has started to record videos. If the blue indicator doesn’t flash, it means the TF card has something wrong and should be re-formatted. 3.2 Video Stop: A powered on camera will pause its video recording if the key on the remote controller or the“Stat/Stop” button on the camera is pressed. If the blue indicator stops flashing and stays lit, it means the system has returned to the standby mode.
Press the key or the “Stat/Stop” button again, the video recording will resume after the blue indicator restarts flashing.
3.3 Motion Detecting: A powered-on camera will enter into the Motion Detecting surveillance state after the blue indicator flashes twice if the key is pressed under any normal working state and it will return to the standby mode if the key is pressed again. 3.4 Photo: A powered-on camera will take one photo after the blue indicator flashes one time and stays lit if the key is pressed under any normal working state. 3.5 Light On: A power camera will turn the white light on if the key is pressed under any normal working state, and turn it off if the key is pressed again（Note: The night vision IR lamp will turn off automatically when the white light lamp turns on.
） 3.6 Video Play: Stop video recording, power off the camera, wait for 3-4 second, and then press the TF card gently to let it slide out. You may play the videos stored in the TF card on a computer. Operation Steps: 1 Take out the TF card from the camera. 2 Use a suitable card reader to connect the TF card to a computer. 3 The computer will detect the TF card as a mobile HDD. 4 Access the mobile HDD in the path of“DCIM -> 100DSCIM” . 5 All videos recorded by the camera will be stored in the above path, and could be played by a video player application.
3. Indicator Statements 1. If the blue indicator flashes at regular intervals, it means that the camera is recording videos. 2. If the blue indicator flashes twice and then goes out, it means that the camera enters into the indicator free mode. 3.If the blue and red indicators stay lit together, it means that the camera is in the standby mode （ and there is a TF card in the camera）. 4. If the red indicator stays lit while the blue indicator goes out, it means that there is no TF card in the camera or the card doesn’t work. .
4．Surveillance Software（Function/parameter Adjustment） The product could be set using the software contained in the accompanying CD according to user required functions/parameters: Selectable and Settable Parameters: Video Resolution 1280x720P(HD) / 640*480(VGA); Motion Detecting Function（ON/OFF）; Date and Time Watermark（Yes/No）; Cyclic Storage（ON/OFF）; Working Indicator（ON/OFF）; Audio（ON/OFF）; Self-setting Video Time and Time Synchronization with Computer.
Steps for Software Installation and Use:
1. Firstly, click and open the accompanying CD, open the “user tool” folder, then double click the “setup”file in the setup_en folder. The following installer will appear: Then, just follow the installer instructions to finish the installation, and the“ ”icon will automatically appear on the desktop means when the installation is successfully completed . 2. To change and set the parameters of the camera, users should take out the TF card from the camera, connect the card to a computer via a card reader, and double click the icon in the card to open the following user setting interface:
Select the required function, click the“ Save & Exit”key to save the current setting or click the “cancel”key to cancel the current setting.
Insert the TF card and power on the camera to validate the new setting automatically. 5．Factory Setting（Default Parameters） Parameter/Function Factory Defaults Video Format AVI （H.264） File Save Setting under Real-time Video Mode Real-time Video: a file （HD 1280*720P）saved every 10 minutes/ a file（VGA 640*480）saved every 30 minutes File Save Setting under Motion Detecting Mode Motion Detecting Video: a file（HD 1280*720P） saved every 2 minutes/ a file（VGA 640*480） saved every 5 minutes Video Mode Real-time Video （ factory default ） /Motion Detecting（settable） Resolution HD 1280*720P（factory default）/VGA 640*480 （settable） With/without Sound Yes（factory default）/No（settable） Indicator State ON（factory default）/OFF（settable） Cyclic Storage Yes（factory default）/ No（settable） Time Watermark in Video Yes（factory default）/ No（settable） 6．Technical Parameters Product HD 720P IR Camera (Bulb Type Camera) Encoding Mode H.264 （standard H.264video compression technology） Image Sensor 1/4 CMOS Sensor Camera Pixels 5 Million Pixel HD Camera Lens 3.6mm
Camera Visual Angle 90° Video Resolution 1280*720P（HD）/VGA 640*480（VGA） Image Resolution 1600*1200 Microphone built-in (Synchronized Recording of Audio and Video Signals) Memory Card Micro-SD Card (TF Card) 2GB-32GB. Good branded speed memory cards are recommended Memory Consumption The 4GB storage space could support video recording （ VGA Format） for 20 hours at most. The Memory Consumption varies along with the parameter setting/shooting environment. Video Play Mainstream media playing applications,player software in the accompanying CD.
Infrared Lamp Third Generation IR Array Lamps (850nm ) / IR LED lights White Light Lamp 3W White Light Flood Lamp Night Visual Range 1-15m Motion Detecting Range 0-8m Minimum Illustration 0 Lux (infrared on), 0.5 Lux (infrared off) Power Port E27（standard bulb socket） Bulb Input Voltage AC110V-250V Power
The figures and parameters offered in these specifications vary with types of the product, and should subject to the actual product you bought. Continuously updating the product, our company reserve the final right of explanation. Please contact your local distributors and agents for further service.