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Wired Camera. Controlling Your Camera Using your computer and the Gateway, you locally manage your home environment with the Motorola Home Monitoring & Control System. When configured, the system can notify you of any new events by sending an e-mail when your Wired Camera detects an event.
Installation Hints Please bear in mind the following points when choosing a mounting position: The Motorola Wired Camera is constructed of UV resistant ABS plastic. • The camera must be aimed so that it does not directly face the sun or any bright light; otherwise, this may cause damage to the camera.
Wired Camera Position the camera to view the desired area and plug the camera into the Gateway. Keep in mind that the field of view is 80 degrees and motion sensor distance works up to 20 feet (6 m). Make slight adjustments to the camera-viewing angle by tilting and panning the camera mirror by hand.
Quick Start Guide Problem Audio problems How far away can the camera see? Depending on the lighting conditions and the size of the object(s), you can view objects up to 200 feet (60 m) away with a viewing angle of 80 degrees. The motion sensor is capable of detecting objects up to 20 ft. (6 m) away with a field of view of 80 degrees.
Wired Camera Quick Start Guide Wall Mounting Drilling Template Mounting tools: Screwdriver, electric drill or awl. On hard surfaces, pre-drill ½ inch deep pilot holes with a drill bit slightly smaller than the camera mounting screws before securing the camera to the sur- face.