Introduction Congratulations on your purchase of the Motorola homesight™ Wired Camera. A high-resolution color video camera, it includes a built-in heat/motion detector and an audio microphone. These features enable you to secure an area, rain or shine. This Quick Start Guide describes how to set up and troubleshoot your Wired Camera.
• The Motorola Wired Camera is constructed of UV-resistant ABS plastic. If installing the Wired Camera outside, it should be shielded from the elements, such as underneath a porch roof. Do not install the camera where it is subjected directly to the elements.
Installing Your Camera Your camera can either be mounted on a wall or just sit on a level surface. Wall Mount Your Wired 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.
Wall Mount Drilling Template Mounting tools: Screwdriver, electric drill or awl. On hard surfaces, Motorola recommends that you pre-drill ½-inch deep pilot holes with a drill bit slightly smaller than the camera mounting screws before securing the camera to the surface. When mounting a camera on soft surfaces like sheetrock, use an awl to punch holes in the material slightly smaller than the plastic anchors included in the hardware mounting kit.
Ensure that you have the proper camera selected. • Reposition the antenna. • Poor picture quality Make sure the proper camera quality settings are configured when viewing (Motorola homesight™ User Guide). • Make sure your camera viewing area has proper lighting. •...
Features and Specifications • Device signal communication • Red LED behind motion sensor lens illuminates when activity occurs • Microphone captures audio • 80 degree field of view for motion and camera lens • Auto Brightness, Auto Contrast, Auto White-Balance •...
FCC Declaration of Conformity Motorola, Inc., Connected Home Solutions, 101 Tournament Drive, Horsham, PA 19044, 1-215-323-1000, declares under sole responsibility that the HMVC3075 complies with 47 CFR Parts 2 and 15 of the FCC Rules as Class B digital devices.
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