(2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
One wireless high-resolution color video camera with a built-in heat-activated motion detector and microphone. The Wireless Camera surveys an area of about 20 feet (6 m) at a viewing angle of about 80 degrees. If you arm the Wireless Camera using the Motorola Home Monitor software, when the camera senses motion, it automatically begins transmitting video wirelessly.
Do NOT connect your USB Gateway to your computer until instructed to do so. When the Installation wizard instructs you, connect your Motorola USB Gateway to your computer. Plug in your Motorola Wireless Camera into an AC wall outlet and use the Discovery tool to enable the Motorola Home Monitor software to discover the camera.
Status Data Plug the AC adapter into the Power port on the USB Gateway and into an AC wall outlet. This powers on your USB Gateway. Connect the USB cable on the Gateway to the USB port on your computer. Windows automatically installs the required drivers.
If possible, we recommend powering the camera using its AC adapter. When AC power is not available, you can use batteries to provide power for about two hours of video transmission. The Wireless Camera must use AC power for the discovery process.
From the Control Panel window, access the properties for your Wireless Camera by clicking the Edit Properties icon of your Wireless Camera. Name your camera as you wish and alter the settings of the camera to 60 seconds Quiet Period Before Rearming, 10 second Video Capture Length and leave the Brightness, Contrast, and Quality at their default settings.
This section enables you to learn your Outgoing Mail (SMTP) server information if you are using Out- look Express 6.0. If using a different version, the steps may vary. You can also contact your ISP (Inter- net Service Provider) as they will have this information. The Motorola Home Monitoring & Control System User Guide has a short listing of popular ISP SMTP server names as well.
If you encounter a problem setting up your Easy Start Kit, try the following: • Verify that you followed the steps in the order specified. Be sure you plugged in all components to AC power. If necessary, try again. •...
(9 volt). Press the Discovery button found inside of the battery compartment. If this continues to fail, you will need to try another location for the camera. You may also try a hard reset by holding down the Discovery button while powering up the camera.