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GE 45236 User Manual

Wireless color surveillance system
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  • Page 2 Thanks for your purchasing of the 45236 Wireless Color Surveillance System. The 45236 kit is a combined wireless color camera & video monitor/receiver. An ideal combination for watching the baby, monitoring the porch, pets, yard or the pool. It is also suited to many small business applications.
  • Page 3 3.To use the camera power adapter, connect power jack to the rear of the tabletop base. Make sure the Camera is within reach of an AC power outlet. 4.Select the camera operating channel on the slide switch by moving slide switches to 1, 2channels’...
  • Page 4 The sensitivity of sound trigger can be adjusted by turning the knob “sensitivity adjust tuner. Operating Modes/// The wireless system can be set to operate in one of three modes: Scan, Auto or Manual. The desired operating mode can be selected using the buttons on the front panel of the LCD monitor.
  • Page 5 monitor will switch to a different camera each time the Manual button is pressed. When the camera detects loud sound, the beeper will sound. To avoid searching channels that do not have cameras assigned to them, set the DIP switches (inside the battery compartment) for those corresponding channels to the Off position.
  • Page 6 correct channel(s). 3. Make sure camera(s) is within range of monitor (receiver). Blank Monitor 1. Make sure monitor is switched ON. 2. If using AC adaptor, make sure it is plugged in. 3.Make sure rechargeable battery is charged. Interference on Camera picture 1.
  • Page 7: Fcc Note

    Signal/Noise Ratio: 38dB Battery Li-Polymer Voltage: 7.4V for monitor Lithium Polymer Battery standby , Approx 3 hrs. (For Monitor): continuous > 2.5 hrs. General Operating temperature: -10°C to 40°C 14°F to 104°F Humidity: Less than 85% Approvals/// This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: 1.This device may not cause harmful interference, and 2.This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may...