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2 m away can be viewed. The display only provides a black and If the brightness of the area monitored no longer suffices for normal When the night vision function is activated, only objects up to operation, the equipment automatically switches to night vision. menu The menu can be used to execute various functions and define diverse settings. All the settings are confirmed by pressing the ?Menu? button . Skip back in the menu levels by pressing the ? ?Bottom?  or ?Left?  ? Lower the volume. ? ?Top?  or ?Right?  ? Increase the brightness. ? ?Bottom?  or ?Left?  ? Reduce the brightness. section ? ?Top?  or ?Bottom?  ? Select the picture section. ? ?Top?  or ?Bottom?  ? Select the language. units transmitter An icon indicates whether a transmitter unit is registered at positions Registration is only possible at a free position, e.g. ?Camera 2?. unit If several function the using ? ?Menu?  ? Open the menu. volume ? ?Top?  or ?Right?  ? Raise the volume. brightness picture language Thumbs up. ? Transmitter unit is registered. a transmitter unit ? ??Register Camera???Camera 2???Yes? ? Press ?ON/OFF?  on the transmitter unit. a transmitter unit ? ??Register Camera???Camera 2???Yes? transmitter a transmitter unit manually changing ? ??Camera Selection???Auto Scan???Never?. / wake-up ? ?Top?  or ?Bottom?  ? Set the hour. ? ?Top?  or ?Bottom?  ? Set the minute. vision ?On/Off? button . the ? ??Volume?. the ? ??Brightness? the ? ??Zoom In?. the ? ??Language?. Registering/Deregistering ? ??Register Camera?. ?Camera 1? to ?Camera 4?. ? ?Register Camera 2??. Deregistering E.g. ?Camera 2?. ? ?Camera 2 unregistered?. a preset intervals. Example ?Camera 2?. Example: every 20 seconds. the the time Example. Wake-up alarm time. Night white image. Settings Setting Setting plug Selecting Select Registering Selecting Selecting Changing Deactivating Setting Setting ? The transmitter unit is switched on. ? The transmitter unit is switched off. unit transmitter adapter power cable USB ? The receiver unit is switched on. ? The receiver unit is switched off. unit receiver the on/off the unit the via the via on ? Voice communication is possible from the unit The transmitter unit continues to transmit even when the receiv- er unit is switched off. The signals can be received by other on Operation/Charge indicator  flashes green. ? The unit is Operation/Charge indicator  lights up red. ? The unit is switched Operation/Charge indicator  flashes red. ? The unit is switched The unit can be powered by the battery, by a normal mains power supply via the power adapter plug or by a USB connection on a unit ? Connect the power adapter plug to the power adapter connection  on the receiver unit and a properly installed mains power outlet. unit ? Connect the USB cable to the USB connection  on th transmitter indicator Operation/Charge indicator  lights up green. ? The unit is switched on, the battery is charged. switched on, the battery is being charged. receiver receiver ? The receiver unit is switched on automatically. receiver receiver The start screen appears in the display. charge Charge indicator  lights up. ? The battery is charged. display ment in the vicinity can also cause disturbance. ? Alarm clock or feed alarm is switched on. ? ?Right?  ? Photo is saved on the micro SD card. the ? ?ON/OFF?  5 sec. ? ? ?ON/OFF?  5 sec. ? Operation/Charge on, the battery must be charged. off, the battery is being charged. the up the the switched on automatically. serve for data transfer. the ? ?On/Off?  5 sec. ? ? ?On/Off?  5 sec. ? and the ? High signal strength. ? Low signal strength. ? No signal. ? Battery is fully charged. ? Battery is empty. screen from the transmitter units registered. function receiver unit to the transmitter unit. function installed in the receiver unit . Switching devices. Starting computer. Connecting unit Connecting Switching Operation in Icons Split split screen. Talk ? ?Left?  ? Photo operations Keep the button pressed the button for 5 seconds , ?Right?  or ?Bottom?  and confirm the selection by pressing the ?Menu? unit receiver receiver the in unit adapter power the USB the of Select the subsequent menu option with the Navigation buttons ?Left? , ?Top? Represents the appearance of a menu option Represents an icon in the display the The battery must be charged for at least 8 hours before being card In order to record videos or pictures, a micro SD card  must be ? Slide the holder downwards, carefully. ? The holder is unlocked. transmitter The base enables the camera  to be aligned accurately. The base can also be used to install the transmitter unit on a wall or the ? Screw the screw in the base in the thread  on the rear side of unit The transmitter unit is equipped with a built-in battery. The explanation Action to take Result of action Reference in the graphic Press the button Press and hold the button button . in battery ? Slide the cover on the rear downwards and remove it. ? Insert the rechargeable battery in the battery compartment. SD micro ? Slide the holder upwards, carefully. ? The holder is locked. the for ? Fix the alignment using the screw at the rear of the base. transmitter be powered by the integrated battery, by a normal mains power supply via the power adapter plug or by a USB connection on a transmitter the transmitter unit and a properly installed mains power outlet. ? The transmitter unit is switched on auto and the ? Close the battery compartment. used for the first time. the inserted (not included). ? Open out the holder. ? Insert the micro SD card . ? Close the holder. base the ? Align the camera . the up the the serve for data transfer. Display ? ?  ?RESET? ? 5sec. ? ? ?Volume? Inserting Inserting Using ceiling. the transmitter unit. Starting computer. Connecting plug Connecting and by furniture or them to ecolo- are damaged. small objects, packaging its packaging! the power adapter plugs. Ensure cable! over them! trip the environment from batteries! batteries or allow toxic and contain or rechargeable batteries which different capacities or charge statuses together. Never use through away from the product and ? CAUTION! power adapter plugs! heat up. power adapter plugs is not obstructed improperly laid due to that nobody can and ? Never open, damage or swallow pollute the environment. They could use The baby monitor serves to monitor a baby/child in a room. The transmitter unit, located near the child, transmits noises and images from its immediate vicinity to the receiver unit. Any other use is con- sidered unintended use. Unauthorised modification or reconstruction is not permitted. Under no circumstances open the devices or standard Risk of suffocation • protective foil! children ? Keep Risk of fire through • Power adapter plugs can ? Never leave any objects on access to such. Risk of tripping • ? Lay the cables so health Risks to • gically harmful heavy metals. Intended plete any repair work yourself. ment are not transmitted. in only Use Package Receiver unit - Transmitter unit - Cradle for receiver unit - Base for transmitter unit - Battery for receiver unit - 2 power adapter plugs - USB cable - Operating manual - Operating Receiver unit Microphone 1 Display 2 Operation indicator 3 Charge indicator 4 5 6 navigation) ?Men 10 in- 18 19 manual strangle only following power cables are and batteries with RESET 910 7 8 9 20 the operating the cables and or ones of the same type! attention rechargeable batteries together. BCF 14 17 manual observe the in units and of babies/children, i.e. they are at least one meter due care and Monitor 6 5 11 12 ENGLISH Operating and keep and reference! ? WARNING! cable! become entangled and Baby 4 3 13 16 21 read formation future information Risk of fatal injury through ? Ensure that the baby monitoring ? Only use the power adapter plugs supplied! ? Only use batteries supplied ? Always treat batteries with Never use rechargeable batteries or standard ON/OFF Please for could Risk of explosion! use batteries as described. ? Never use standard MIC 2 22 themselves. out of reach 15 nearby Safety Children away. 1 • •
Directive ter- of Conformity, site web parts or devices become our property. Rights to compensation in the defective parts, replace them or replace the entire device. Replaced positioning or storage, improper connection or installation or Acts of guarantee. In the case of complaints, we reserve the right to repair God and other external influences are excluded from the terms of the our in stipulated telecommunications and minalequipmentandthemutual recognitionof theirconformity. complete Declaration on available gross negligence by the manufacturer. case of damage are excluded where there is no evidence of intent or If your device does show signs of a defect within the period of guar- antee, please contact the sales outlet where you purchased the SWITEL device, producing the purchase receipt as evidence. All claims under the terms of guarantee in accordance with this agree- ment can only be asserted at the sales outlet. No claims under the terms of guarantee can be asserted after a period of two years from the date of purchase and hand-over of the product. Conformity of Declaration requirements the fulfils device This equipment radio on 1999/ please mark point public waste collection (e.g. recycling normal domestic authorities. Disposal unit transmitter unit a to it take device, authorities waste centre). According to the laws on the disposal of electronic and of in be disposed Youarelegallyobligedto disposeof powerpacks andbatteries at the point of sale or in the corresponding containers provided public waste is free of charge. The symbols indicate that the batteries must notbedisposedofinnormal domesticwaste andthat theymust local by provided materials must be disposed of according to local regula- alert alert automatic recording In order to make a recording, a micro SD card (not included) must be installed in the receiver unit ). ? ??Motion Detection???Motion Detection Recording???Enable? ? A red dot lights up at the top left of the display. Recording begins when a movement is detected. Recording contin- ues for approx. 10 sec. after a movement is detected. At the same time, the red dot at the top left of the display flashes and the number of seconds recorded appears beside it. All the videos recorded in one day are stored in a separate automatic recording ? ??Motion Detection???Motion Detection Recording???Disable?. detection the motion ? ??Motion Detection?? Activating folder. Deactivating Activating Deactivating Power Power Service of going to print: CHF sales outlet. Maintenance Disposal order In provided that indicates waste! at be authorities. Packaging tions. Guarantee the alarm Example: Wake-up alarm. ? ??Alarm Clocks???Morning Call???Alarm Status???Alarm on?. the alarm Example: Wake up alarm. ? ??Alarm Clocks???Morning Call???Alarm Status???Alarm off?. the alarm function ? ?Menu? ?Alarm function is ended. activation When the voice activation function is switched on, the display is switched off after a certain period of silence and activated again on the time for automatic deactivation Example: 30 seconds. ? ??Voice Activation???Close Video Time???30 seconds?. off voice activation ? ??Voice Activation???Close Video Time???Never?. the sensitivity for voice activation ? ??Voice Activation???Activation Sensitivity? Activating Deactivating Ending Voice detecting a noise. Selecting Switching Selecting Example: High. Displaying Displaying respectively. Basic Date and ?24 hours?. Function Background System information displayed. Activating detected. Selecting Example: High.
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