ONNECTING UP THE
1. Connect a video cable to the VIDEO
OUT jack on the VR36A Video
Receiver. Connect the other end to
your TV's VIDEO IN jack. If your TV
does not have a Video IN jack, you will
need to purchase an RF modulator, or
connect as shown in the diagram below.
2. Plug the Video Receiver's power
supply jack into the Video Receiver and
plug the power supply into a 120 volt wall outlet.
3. Turn the Video Receiver's power switch (on side of unit) on.
4. Set the channel switch to the same letter as you set on the camera, i.e.,
A, B, C, or D.
5. Position the Video Receiver in a convenient location such as on top of
the TV and orient the antenna so that the flat side points in the direction
where you installed the Camera.
IS ALREADY HOOKED UP TO A
ECEIVER OR OTHER
OR IF YOUR
DOES NOT HAVE A
If a DBS Receiver or other A/V
component is connected to the TV using a
COAX cable, you can connect the Video
Receiver to a free LINE IN jack on the
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Your Motion Activated Camera turns on whenever someone approaches
your home, and turns off after the time you set on the TIME DELAY dial.
When it's dark the connected floodlights also turn on with motion to light up
the area that the camera sees (how dark it needs to be is set by the
FLOODLIGHT control). The camera transmits its picture to a 2.4 GHz
receiver (sold separately) which you connect to your TV. Open the lid on
the underside of the Motion Activated Camera to reveal the controls below.
Set the channel switch (A, B, C, or D)
to match the setting on the receiver.
Set to same letter
as your receiver
Set to a number
within a group of 4
(1-4, 5-8, 9-12 or 13-16)
UNIT COD E
Set to same letter as your
remote controls and
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Set for when you want the
floodlights to respond to
motion or X10 remote
controls. Set towards DARK
for them to respond only
when it's really dark.
(Camera always responds).
The camera and lights turn
off sometime after motion
has stopped (adjusted by this
dial). Min. = 1 minute, Max.
= 30 minutes approx.
Manual: camera always on
unless you turn it off from an
X10 controller. Auto: camera
turns on with motion and off
after motion stops. Floodlights
trip with motion then time out
regardless of switch position.
These dials set the code for
turning the camera and
floodlights on and off from
X10 remote controls. Also,
when the camera turns on
with motion it transmits
wireless Radio Frequency
(RF) commands to turn off
other cameras in its group of
4 (requires a Transceiver,