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I n t r o d u c t i o n 1. Introduction The Nokia Remote Camera is an imaging device with a motion detector, thermometer, and microphone. With the camera you can capture still images and video clips remotely, and send them to your multimedia messaging (MMS) enabled mobile phone, or to an e-mail address.
I n t r o d u c t i o n ■ Battery information The Nokia Remote Camera contains a back-up battery which is used when there is a mains power cut. Therefore, the camera is not switched off during a mains power cut, unless the back-up battery runs out.
■ Wet and damp conditions The operating temperature for the device is -20ºC to +50ºC. You can use the device (including the Nokia power supply AC-12) in normal outdoor conditions within the limits of the operating temperature. Do not submerge the device in water. Do not install the device in places where it can get exposed to rain.
Important: Do not connect the power supply to a mains outlet when damp or wet. ■ Sales package contents The sales package of the Nokia Remote Camera includes the following: • Nokia Remote Camera • Back-up battery BL-5C • Power supply AC-12 •...
6 Press the power button (1) for 2 seconds to switch on the camera. The light indicators scroll up and down (2). Figure 7 Warning: Do not switch on the Nokia Remote Camera when wireless phone use is prohibited or when it may cause interference or danger.
The camera creates a Bluetooth connection to your mobile phone, and your phone starts downloading Remote Camera Manager from the camera. You can use and configure the camera with Remote Camera Manager. For further instructions, see the Remote Camera Manager help application.
3. Basic use You can operate the camera by sending text messages to the camera or with the Remote Camera Manager application. See “Download Remote Camera Manager” on page 18. Remote Camera Manager enables establishing a wireless Bluetooth connection between the camera and a mobile phone if they are within 10 metres of each other.
If sending the image fails, the camera automatically tries to resend the image later. To capture an image with Remote Camera Manager, start the Remote Camera Manager application on your mobile phone, select Imaging, and select whether to capture a still image or record a video clip. You can ask the camera to send the image to your mobile phone or to another mobile phone or e-mail address.
You can operate the motion detector with text messages or Remote Camera Manager. If the temperature surrounding the camera rapidly changes, for example, when moving the camera indoors to outdoors, motion detection may not function properly. To avoid this, let the camera adjust to the temperature for 30 minutes before activating motion detection.
2 ? 6 Use motion detection with Remote Camera Manager To use motion detection with Remote Camera Manager, select Motion detection from the main menu. You can set motion detection on and off, choose recipients for motion detection messages, and select the type for motion detection notifications.
4 ? 1 Use timed imaging with Remote Camera Manager If you want to use timed imaging with Remote Camera Manager, select Timed imaging from the main menu. You can set timed imaging on and off, select whether to capture images or video clips, and choose the camera users to whom the timed images are sent.
Use the thermometer with Remote Camera Manager If you want to use the thermometer with Remote Camera Manager, select Thermometer from the main menu. To see the temperatures in the camera premises during the last 24 hours, select Options > Current temperature.
7 Jane ? By default, images are sent to phone numbers. Define the user settings with Remote Camera Manager If you want to change the user information in the camera, select Settings > Users. To see the current user list, select Options >...
By default, the zoom is off. Tip: If you are using Remote Camera Manager, you find these settings in Settings > Camera. If you want to check the current camera settings, select Options > Get current settings. When you have made all the necessary configurations, select Options >...
To discard the new settings, send the following text message to the camera: Tip: If you are using Remote Camera Manager, select Settings > Connection. Access point settings You only need to configure the access point settings manually if the automatic MMS settings of the camera do not function, and your operator does not support sending the settings over the air.
To check the current SMTP access point, send the following text message to the camera: Tip:If you are using Remote Camera Manager, select Settings > Connection. To see the current camera connection settings, select for example MMS settings > Options > Get current settings.
C o n f i g u r e t h e s e t t i n g s To check the current e-mail settings, send the following text message to the camera: Tip: If you are using Remote Camera Manager, select Settings > Connection. To set the bearer for multimedia messages, select MMS for sending...
• Nokia Mobile Charger LCH-12: multi-voltage charger that plugs into the cigarette lighter and charges the camera battery. • Nokia Battery BL-5C: Li-Ion based battery that provides power in a thin and light package. • Nokia Connectivity Cable DKU-2: a USB cable for connecting a compatible PC and the camera.
Use the device only in its normal operating positions. To maintain compliance with radio frequency exposure guidelines only use enhancements approved by Nokia for use with this device. Medical devices...
Some digital wireless devices may interfere with some hearing aids. If interference occurs, consult your service provider. Vehicles Do not install the camera in a vehicle. Do not use the Nokia Remote Camera or your mobile phone to control or configure the camera while driving; park the vehicle first.