Quick Start Guide
The Motorola Wireless Camera is constructed of UV resistant ABS plastic.
Please consider the following points when mounting the camera:
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.
Avoid viewing areas where half of the area is in bright sunlight and the other half is dark. All types
of cameras have difficulty seeing wide variations of light.
If installing the Wireless Camera outside, it should be shielded from the elements, such as
underneath a porch. Do not install the camera where it is subjected directly to the elements.
Typically, the camera's wireless reception is good up to 60-80 feet depending on the number of
obstacles. These can include metal framing, thick walls, and other wireless devices operating at
2.4 GHz. It is recommended that different positions as well as varying antenna adjustments be
Installing Your Camera
Your camera can either be mounted on a wall or just sit on a level surface.
Wall Mount Your Wireless Camera
Make sure the power adapter cord is long enough to reach your mounting location. Also, be sure the AC outlet
cannot be switched on and off with a wall-switch.
Warning, when mounting near a window, drilling too close to the glass could break the glass and possibly cause
it to shatter. The window extends deeper into the frame than can be seen; therefore, ensure your screw is
beyond the glass before drilling.
The Wireless Camera can use a separate wall mount bracket allowing you to easily remove the
camera from the wall mount bracket and move it to your table stand, if desired.
Using the holes on the drilling template found later in this guide,
mark the position of the holes to be drilled. For drywall or other
composite surfaces, use a 7/32" drill bit. Drill a hole for each of the
mounting screws and insert a plastic wall anchor into each hole.
For other solid surfaces use a 1/16" drill bit. Drill a pilot hole for
each of the mounting screws.
1.6 mm (1/16 inch)