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Moultrie DIGITAL GAME CAMERA 100 User Manual

Moultrie feeders, llc digital camera user manual.
OPERATIONS
INFRARED SENSOR
DETECTION
The game camera's infrared sensor will trigger camera when
motion is detected infront of the camera infrared sensor.
AIMING INFRARED SENSOR
If your Game camera is not equipped with a laser aiming
device you can use the systems (INFRARED SENSOR) to
aim your camera. Walk in front of the camera and the Status
Light will flash when you enter the field of view. This
indicates Infrared activation.
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MEMORY
CAPACITY & STORAGE
Your digital game camera has two
types of memory capacity.
1) Internal memory.
2) Optional SD memory card.
NOTE: Optional SD memory card
will override internal memory.
Maximum card size is 256 MB.
MEMORY CHART
Image capacity is based on average use and will vary.
Image
Internal Memory
Standard
640 x 480 = 100 pics.
High Res
1280 x 1024 = 24 pics
Video Clips
10 frames per sec. = 9
Image
Optional 256 MB Card
Standard
640 x 480 = 2,320 pics.
High Res
1280 x 1024 = 608 pics
Video Clips
10 frames per sec. = 288
IMPORTANT: Always turn unit off when inserting or
removing a memory card to avoid damage and ensure
that the camera properly updates the memory
information.
SD MEMORY CARD NOT INSTALLED: When the camera is turned
on and an SD memory card is not present, pictures are automatically
stored in the on-board camera memory. The stored images may only
be viewed on a computer or TV connected to the unit.
INSERTING AN SD MEMORY CARD: When an SD memory card is
inserted, any pictures stored in the camera on-board memory
become inaccessible, but are not lost. The user can access these
pictures via the camera USB port when the SD memory card is not
installed.
NOTE: If you get a message (CHECK MEMORY CARD) Your card
may be locked, full or defective and will not work.
OPERATIONS
IMAGE VIEWING
TV IMAGE VIEWING
Move the Switch to (ON). Connect unit TV OUT to a VIDEO
IN jack on your TV. Use the (CHANGE) buttons to scroll
through recorded images. Video cable included. TV OUT
works only in (SETUP) mode. All pictures
on memory card can be printed or edited
directly from the card.
Use optional card reader to
read images on card.
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SETUP
LOAD BATTERY
Insert a fresh 6Volt/6ah lantern
battery or equivalent. Connect the
Red(+) & Black(-) clips to the battery
and lower the battery hold down
arms. Battery life is about 20 days
depending on temperature and
usage. When B = 20% Replace
battery.
SETUP
PROGRAMMING
SETUP MENU
Press the (MODE) button on the game camera to enter setup.
Press the (CHANGE BUTTONS) to scroll between setting
choices. The feature setting will flash in the LCD until set. Press
the (SELECT BUTTON) to accept settings and move to the next
selection. Programming will rotate between functions until you
exit the SETUP feature.
SETUP
DATE/TIME
MM/DD/YY
HH:MM
MM/
/DD/
/YY
SEL
SEL
SEL
01 to 12
01 to 31
00 to 35
HH:
:MM
SEL
SEL
SEL
00 to 23
00 to 59
Press the (SELECT) button, LCD will show month (MM), use
(CHANGE) buttons to set month, press (SELECT) to move to
Day and change to set.
RESET EVENTS
NO
YES
SEL
SEL
Scroll using the (CHANGE BUTTONS) to choose whether you
would like to reset the number of events counted. Choosing yes
will reset the events back to (00).
ERASE IMAGES
NO
YES
SEL
SEL
Scroll using the (CHANGE BUTTONS) to choose to erase any
stored images on your game camera or optional memory card.
Choosing YES will reset the events back to (00).
COMPUTER IMAGE VIEWING (Setup Mode Only)
Move the Switch to (ON). Connect unit USB OUT to a USB
jack on the computer.Double click "My Computer"
on the desktop and browse
"removable disk". USB works
only in SETUP mode. All your
images will be stored inside.
Images can be downloaded to
your hard drive. The first image
in the video mode is still and
contains time and date
NOTE: PC requires
information for the video clip.
windows 2000/ME/XP.
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CAMERA
DESCRIPTION
Viewfinder
Light Sensor
Shutter Button
(handheld)
Camera Lens
LCD Status
Display
Lockable
Status Light
Latch
Infrared
Weather
Sensor
Resistant
Housing
Mounting
Pressure
Strap Lug
Equalization Hole
Power ON/OFF
Laser (optional)
(AIM optional)
Electronic Flash
Select Button
(setup)
Status Light
Mode Button
Battery Hold Down Clips
SD Memory
Card Slot
Battery Compartment
Weather-Resistant Seal
Change Buttons
UP
Down
Control Box Latch
Battery Connector
Battery Connector
( - black )
( + red )
DEFAULT SETTINGS
NO
YES
SEL
SEL
Scroll using the (CHANGE BUTTONS) if you wish to set the
camera to its default factory settings.
FLASH
ON
AUTO
OFF
SEL
(SECURITY)
Scroll using the (CHANGE BUTTONS), Press select to choose
flash setting: (ON), (AUTO), OR (OFF). Security mode = (OFF):
Status light will remain off during this setting.
IMAGE MODE
STILL
VIDEO
SEL
SEL
Scroll using the (CHANGE BUTTONS). Press select to choose
between: (STILL), or (VIDEO).
IMAGE QUALITY
STANDARD
HIGH
SEL
SEL
Scroll using the (CHANGE BUTTONS). Press select to choose
between the image quality choices.
IMAGE DELAY
1 MIN
5 MIN
1O MIN
SEL
3O MIN
6O MIN
SEL
Scroll using the (CHANGE BUTTONS). Press select to choose
between the image quality choices.
MULTI-IMAGE
1-SHOT
2-SHOT
3-SHOT
SEL
Scroll using the (CHANGE BUTTONS). Press select to choose
the number of pictures to be shot in sequence.
CAMERA ID
OO
MODE
Scroll using the (CHANGE BUTTONS).
00 to 99
Press select to set camera's ID number.
You are done with setup. To exit setup,
press the (MODE) button again.
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CAMERA
SPECIFICATIONS
Operational Mode
Auto or Handheld
Housing
Weather-resistant and lockable
Display
Liquid Crystal Display (LCD)
LCD Status Display
Operating Mode
Pictures left
Battery Strength
Status LED
Camera, Flash or IR activity
Sensor
1.3 Megapixel
Built-in Memory
Stores pictures or video
Memory Card
Up to 256 MB SD card (optional)
Format
JPEG - Still pictures, AVI - Video clips
Image Output
USB OUT, TV OUT, SD Card
USB Output
Requires PC / Windows 2000/ME/XP.
Picture Delay
Variable 1 Minute - 60 Minutes
Sequential Delay
15 Seconds between still pictures
Lens
Multi element, 10.2mm, F:2.8
Field of View
42°
Focus
4' - Infinity
Infrared Sensor
Passive
Infrared Distance
32'
Infrared Width
22°
Flash
On, Auto or Off ( Security)
Flash Range
30'
Flash Cycle
15 Seconds
Power Supply
6 Volt Lantern Battery or equivalent
Duty Cycle
20 day average with 6 volt/6 ah battery
Power Connection
Alligator clips, red = (+) / black = (-)
Battery Hold Downs Holds battery in place
Clock Battery
3 Volt battery powers LCD Time/Date
Laser Aim (optional)
Class 2
Size
7" X 10.25" X 3.5"
Accessories
Rechargeable battery, Memory Cards.
WARRANTY
This product has been thoroughly tested and inspected before shipment. It is
guaranteed from defects in material and workmanship from the date of
TV Out
purchase for 1 year. Under this limited guarantee we agree to replace or
USB Out
repair free of charge any part or parts which have been found to be defective
in original material or workmanship. Should you require in-warranty service,
call our Customer Service Department. If your problem cannot be addressed
over the telephone, we may need you to send us your defective product plus
proof of purchase.
IMPORTANT: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits
for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are
designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions,
may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this
equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which
can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to
try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which
the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Moultrie Customer Service
(205) 664-6700 or (800) 653-3334
www.moultriefeeders.com
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SETUP
MODE SELECTION
GENERAL OPERATION
Your digital game camera can be used two ways.
1) Automatic (AUTO) mode records images using infrared
detection. Use default or custom settings.
2) (HANDHELD) mode records images using manual
operation when circumstances warrant.
SEL
NOTE: NEVER OPERATE THE CAMERA WITH
FRONT DOOR OPEN.
SELECT MODE
Press the (MODE) button to scroll between modes. Choose
between two operational modes.
MODE SELECTIONS
(AUTO MODE) - Automatic operation.
MODE
MODE
AUTO P=OO93/125O
E=3456 B=94% DLY
EVENTS
BATTERY STRENGTH
(HANDHELD MODE) - Manual operation.
MODE
HANDHELD
B=94%
P=OO93/125O
SEL
(SETUP MODE) - Used to set Game Camera settings
This screen appears when the camera enters SETUP mode.
Additional menu screens appear as you move through the
SETUP functions. Please refer to (SETTING UP GAME
CAMERA) to identify the different SETUP screen displays.
MODE
SETUP DATE/TIME
MM/DD/YY HH:MM
SEL
4
SETUP
DEFINITIONS
CLOCK BATTERY
The small CR2025 button battery powers the clock. It
SEL
should be replaced as required.
TURNING THE UNIT ON / OFF
(POWER ON) In the Auto Mode the led flashes for 30
seconds before arming the system. When the LED goes out
the system is working.
Pictures taken
Events
Camera status
DIGITAL GAME CAMERA 100
U S E R M A N U A L
1
QUICK START
3
3
EASY STEPS
EASY STEPS
and you are ready to go!
A
Load Battery and Turn
On Power
B
Set Time and Date
C
Set to Auto and Wait for
Light to Go Out
Moultrie Feeders
150 Industrial Rd.
Alabaster, AL 35007
Printed in China
(0905)
MFHDGC_INSTRUCTIONS_INSIDE SPREAD_8.26.05
(TURNING OFF) The unit saves all setup data and turns OFF.
Turning the unit ON & OFF resets the internal systems. This will
not change your settings or erase images.
EVENTS
(MULTIPLE PICTURES PER EVENT) Depending on user settings
the camera may take 1, 2 or 3 pictures per event spaced
approximately 15 seconds apart. If the camera fails to detect
motion after the first detection the camera will still take
subsequent pictures. When capture mode is set to video or the
camera is in (HANDHELD) mode this setting is ignored.
AUTOMATIC FUNCTIONS
(LOW LIGHT OR NIGHT SITUATIONS) The video clip function
will be automatically switched to still photos in low light or night
situations.
NOTE: First still in video will reflect user setup setting.
(DELAY STATUS MENU) During (AUTO) mode, when delay
mode is activated it will be indicated on the LCD
panel as (DLY).
MEMORY ERROR MESSAGES
(MEMORY FULL) Turn off the unit; then turn it back on; when the
unit is turned on it goes directly to the (SETUP) mode; Go to the
(ERASE MEMORY) menu item to delete all the images from the
memory or SD Card.
(SD CARD LOCKED) Turn the unit off; remove the SD card;
unlock it; then insert it; then turn the unit back on.
Pictures taken
(SD CARD BAD) Turn the unit off; remove the SD card; insert
Total pictures
a new SD card or clean the contacts; turn the unit back on.
5
OPERATIONS
Displays when
camera is
MOUNTING CAMERA
operating
Using mounting straps, mount the
with a delay.
system securely in the desired
location.
OPERATIONS
LASER AIMING (optional)
If your Game camera is equipped with a laser aiming device,
slide the (POWER ON/OFF/AIM) Switch to the (AIM) position.
Using the laser aim your camera. The red dot indicates the target
area. Note you can also do "Walk" aim in the auto mode.
CAUTION: Looking into laser may be hazardous to the eyes.
Do not stare into beam or aim at other people unnecessarily.
Please take a few minutes
to read and understand these
instructions before using.
MOUNTING
AIMING LASER
CAUTION
LASER RADIATION
DO NOT STARE INTO BEAM
DIODE LASER
1mW MAX OUTPUT at 650 nm
CLASS II LASER PRODUCT
Product complies with applicable
requirements of 21 CFR 1040.10
and 1040.11
Laser Classification
Class II Laser Product
Wavelength: 650nm
Maximum Output: < 1mW

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